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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Friday
December 22



Harbados

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

1950

Free World
Threatened



























Aduarate

U.N. Troops s Withdraw









mache cok ce 9 | From Hun nam
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2! |
Foreign Mir i 21 | J
can repul rect here earl Y 7 â„¢~ * y
sie’ seat ot toe mene eas | “BRUROPE as wn Seou
United States t plans for eC!¢ e l
safeguarding he hemispher ‘ 99
against any possibility of Con IN, / rv e
munist aggression | . 2
_ The Council of | Or Ca yi apt
tion of American | SAYS ACHESON
iceepted the United
gestion brushed aside all for- WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 y on
malities and discussed mid Febru- Seeretary of State Dean Ache TOKY O, Dec. 4i.
ame *, owe ly ites Wards as ihe =. et rane ay feb ete } JITH OVER 109,000 Communist troops closing
, o e session é rat the apt imen ol} i j ;
The United States request te} General Flsennower as Supt | in from three sides, the hard pressed United
. a + ™ “omn nach } or > ; ; thane
the Council cad that the “ag: | nad Bo pt mec »°! Nations garrison defending Hungnam in Northeast
gressive policy of internationa aC greats bd Gang om as a } ae }
Conrittitem eattcied out by satel- spired European nations Korea, have now withdrawn into the tighter and
lites has brought about a situa-| ae poe ake ga more easily defensible perimeter, it ‘was learned
tion in which the free world is 1ation to reporter a -
thidutenad’. Setar a statement; here tonight. | aa
The Councif reacted quickly the See Al aree nent wil! They had blown up the last bridge leading south
ad - sol c je- ne secrete at tne sp t :
eet ad isp ag Nei Por } shown by countries of Westera from the encircled por t, and were repor ted battling y
free nations of the world to deter-| aes ae irae wr ‘ a to hold their lines with the aid of bombing and
ine re most effective means for ce arate. rr , . : . a ,
ann art a erie | index Europe mean Lusine ut machineg unning and a naval be ymbardment by the
nendence” Th t States | oe Up our common defen hig guns of Allied wa rshiips.
delegate told the Latin American s el Trur sata , The effect of great Communi
Council members that the current 1 in lait eee a bahar aul ant es was “already noticeable
world crisis involves politi Tea : scar eral B >| the perceptible slow down of
military und economic yroblems ; nee — meee: oe ae oe Peace Cc an re enemy's current rete of ad
especiaily imp int to tive south-! f ining ton a? Many of ab The American 8th Army with
ern republics called upea them | Bgtalic ge Tad Bethe we P. > p59) i drawal in the north-west 1
to stick. to | main issves and witt th : this erane sisi’ Us reset vel been dictated by U.N til
let the smaller problems find thelr | defence of the free world.” jlosses nor by. the acceptanea of
am ae from decisions on the | rhe Preside Pe issued wes state SA YS TRYGVE LIE | " r is nae x _ oy i. 6 a % ce
4k ; , prs! 1 ar .er Acheson rac n ‘4 visas? >
; ug a ere pa eae They | his full report on the Brussels LAKE SUCCESS, De bvious dt coneart.
wief a to the poin ey Wierda tit 7 ine corps of the 27 Chinese
sjneieaitie eee by accla- ~~ YESTERDAY scavengers of Bridgetown were entertained to a Xmas | meeting. Prygve Lie, United Nath ; ad ’

Truman said he was greatly en-
; couraged to hear from Acheson of

'
°
Boy King ’s | the “serious w ay” in which repre-

; merry band in a drink sentatives of these countries went
about the job “bringing to life the
Mother Dies ine and economic agencies of
the North Atlantic community,
Acheson had reported, he added,

LABOUR DIRECTION MA y |
| BAGHDAD, Dee 21 = roe nations saw in
FOLLOW REARMAMENT iii soe ie S05 Se Eaiie i
= died here today after a] ment , proof ir

yeeee at the Scavengers’
;}M.C_.P., Chairman of th

mation and began laying plans for
the meefing of the Ministers
—Reuter.

Dept., Church Village. Mr. EB. D, 'Mottley,
Scavenging Dept. is seen above joining the

Aussies To Endl
State Of War

WITH GERMANY

SYDNEY, Dec. 21.
Pere Spender, External] Affairs



12.875 Battle
Casualties

“new proof of the firm in

a 4 8’ iliness | ree : sty
TOKYO, Dec. 21. | ntinister son on gene mee! nin 1 tention of free nations to stand
‘ , announced today at Queen Aliyah, who was 38, re-| together.”
sharon stamens aan a | Austral Ww ith Gorn a ae weer —In Britain turned to Iraq in the autumn Truman's statement concluded
. é V rermany, e date J 2c, 21 i nderg ser BS t -| “le ore 2 ake ¢
arch eoun iseuies oes Rctation® Geet tee LOY NDON, Dee. 2 fter jlergoing serious abdomi let there be no mistake about it

12,875 casualties during the fixed, he said, Spender said that PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE and members of his; H#l operations in’ London inj —unity of the nations of western
2, ixed, he said, Spe aid th:



j ic i es ¥ J 7 August ¢ é . ore oy > £ > , .
“reported disaster” from this announcement was in line| Cabinet discussed to-day British economic policy which is onaty in Selenite eer an iron vital to ux toe ne
November 27 to December with the intentions of France,| likely to be considerably affected by the rearmament} She was in England to watch{to ours.” waivater.
12, General MacArthur an- Britain and the United States. | speed up. over the education of her 15-year = append pins :
4 The me acelie stralin’s|] : : , “he yA Altra

ve = a ee a2 oe : i rece of preven’ Before leaving London to spend Christmas at his old son King Feisal, He returned . |

ay. ese gures 0 acts vas to restore normal re- country residence “Che srs” later + » oM , to Iraq with Queen Aliyah to con- Allies Con er |
battle casualties included lations with the German Federal ‘ 2 esicence nequers later 0 ae Mr, Attle€! tinue his studies at the Traqui ° - |
killed, wounded and missing Republic and to bring it into| planned to confer with Foreign Secretary Bevin, just back] Military Academy ° : |
in action. closer association with the free from Western Union talks at Brussels, "The Cabinet may] At the time of her marriage to With Adenauer

world he said, |
Termination of the state of war

Of the total, 11,965 casual-

discuss the industrial implications of rearmament immed-
ties were suffered by seven ro

King Ghazi of Traq in 1933 Queen
iately after Christmas.

Aliyal

BONN, Dec. 21

no ; ‘am . was considered one of the hn eo cide a : .
United States divisions and was quite distinct from any final _ Women as well as men will be] most beautiful women in the The wares Allied High Com-
the remaining 1,011 by “other settlement that might be con- quickly brought under Labour} country She was tall and slim} ™ssioners and Chancellor Aden
United Nations forces.” | sidered with Germany, he added. auer met here to-day to discuss

ON THE

! c direction here if any deterioration| with black hair and brown eyes
It would in no way affect Ger- dom

in the international — situation| disdaining make-up and seldom|#, German contribution to West



The heaviest casualties || many’s obligations in such mat- " | | speeds up the rearmament. drive, lauel European defence on the basis of
Were in the American Second || ters as debts and claims, e SPOT | ae that is so, Ministers "pellave Mae hede ahd iived all her life the Brussels Conference decisions.
Infantry Division whose The British, American and } | wartime economic controls would! behind a veil as Arab custom de- Before conferring with Aden-}
losses totalled 4,131 mostly French Foreign Ministers decided It happened in BROAD | | have to be re-introduced, Direct-| manded, but abroad she dressea|“uer the three Commissioners
in the withdrawal from the lest September that the western STREET yesterday. The | | ion of labour and the requisition- | jn European style, Born in 1912]¢0nferred among themselves.

Chongchon front in North- occupying powers shoulfi end tha sign said PLEASE CROSS

ing of factories would be among! of a Turkish mother, Aliyah was} The French High Commissioner









west Korea, j state of war with Germany at the; | HERE. The pedestrians | | them, the second of five children of the{Saw the Chancellor this morning

Babe. wrabek tend) aia earliest possible moment. Se (3 oto ee eee Probably however, such emer-, late ex-King Ali of Henjaz. After|®nd was understood to have given
guia ike ek cones : nu r of other) | 3 reninies hed ome eney measures would not be the Arab revolt against the Turks|him a broad outline of the ve-| |
from Ghiiens ” diteinnines san tact iar ae obeyed the ‘on hid nhotand uecessary for about six months jn 1916 and Ibn Sud’s invasion of|Sults of the Brussels conference

f ORCARh eS “ELer ‘ e: a e > 2s ‘ *
ta dhs citdain suaie chin arch r decision,—Renter, | as requested. Halt way | | 28 developing a rearmament drive} Henjaz two years later, she went —Reuter.
The First Marine Division Sanne | across a pgliceman who had - ae inevitably slow process mt | vith her family to Amman in ee
with 2,891 casualties and the | | been standing next to the | | ‘P¢ early stages Transjordan and later moved to
5

But the cabinet must be ready} Paghdad

Reuter,
should circumstances demand to

Britain Offers

Seventh Infantry Division
with 2,097,

Fortunately no one

Nepal Will Get | | asi" W4i64as DONE



. e } paid the slightest attention speed up its programme with early Slavs £2 000. 000
‘ { i Ww | | or someone might have been control of men, women and mate-| . vt . ,
Other division and theit New Constitution | | killed rials. A return to wartime meas-| Italy W ill Produc e LONDON, Dee. 21
losses ouring the period NEW DELHI. Dec. 21 | aes hi a ee RE ures would net be carried through r 0! 4 1
were: e ; ‘

25th infantry:
1,606. The 31st Infantry;
605. The Ist Cavalry: 443.
The 24th Infantry; 146.

| Britain has offered Yugoslavia
2,000,000 loan for ©x-|

The Brit- |
Yugoslavia

£3,000,000 loan in the middie
of November. The Yugoslay Am-
Vampire} bassador, Joseph Brilej, who har

vithout a battle with some of the | DeHavilland Planes

Gevernment’s own supporters, A
strong Labour group exists in the | LONDON, Dec, 21 ish Government gave
Ilouse of Commons which would; The De Havilland Aircrait
fight against Labour direction and Company announced today that
| a large section of the Trade Union| quantity production of
Movement would probably take 4/ jet fighter planes will begin al-|called at the Foreign Office this

itical line, —Keuter most immediately in Italian fac-| morning expressed his great ap-
ee eet cele tories preciation of the British move and
The announcement added that|saicé he would inform his Govern

Russia Charters a licence had been = signed net Rec

+
‘the| italian production of the more Recent British economic aid to

modern Venom fighter and for Yugoslavia has been motivated by |
British Ship

the Ghost turbine engines whien |@ wish to help the Yugoslay Gov-
, power the planes. ernment tide over the crisis creat-

LONDON, Dec. 21 |
Russia hag chartered the British! the

The Nepal Government has in-
formed the Government of ‘India |
that they are preparing pro- |
clamation addressed to the people |

‘West German
General MacArthur's of Nepal announcing constitu-

a turther
penditure on materials







Situations in other wars.”
—Reuter





| i
Communique said _ these tional reforms before the end of} xports
casualties were “not un- December, Prime Minister Nehru} :
those suffered in “similar Nehru said the Government's} Jump 60%
ecmmunication was in.reply to an}
setting up of a Constituent Assem- West German exports i
bly in “Nepal and the establish-) West have increased by three and!
: mn | os
Police Use Tear The Indian memorandum als0! yeach a record in the third quar-|
| declared that King Tribhuvan of} ter of 1950, according to figures
x A ‘
Gas On Students
e

evere drought

Tooling for the manufacture of | ¢¢ by this year’s :
—Reuter

usual” in comparison with told the Indian Parliament today.|
‘ Indian memorandum proposing the FRANKFURT, Dec.
ment of an interim Government.’ 4 half times in the last year to]
| Nepal (now in Delhi) should con-| published here by the High Com-| Vampire in Italy has made

}it and claimed the bgt



and the fe
Nations Di

mmmunist divisions
of 12 United
he added
was light and

ting along the 38th
in the

Seoul

Secretary General Said to-day or
the eve of his departure fo1
Europe that world peace could |
preserved and no nation wantec
war.
Lie is

scattered
parallel
leaving to-morroy
Norway for the Christm i



North

yesterday

. = ‘ clashed
days ; po :
Early in January he will . SOULS SCR. POLES. Sah te
Geneva, Paris and Londo t orth | ank of the Imjin River
examine possible ites for the] 20 miles east: of Kaesong had a
mn
|

vhere and Soutt

“|

ext regular c f the Gen f fight with Communists and
ne ge se ior { '

z anh lg
eral Assembly oa ao" i

Lie emphasised at a press con : _
ference that whatever happened tot papoies we 500
in Korea it would not affect the f pital Rh eteving
future of the United Nations ide tha Wives

R

But he added that if the United alherate atic
Nations failed in its anemvastivity of the
ful settlement in 1y south of
principles of the roads packed
uffer 1 troop

The North Korean Communist
adio said today that the ‘Peo-
sia * Army” will once again “lib-
ite” Seoul, the Southern capital
It iid
ency here

outh bank under

north-west
south to

reported “great
main high-
Yongehon and all
with

aim of peace-
Korea
charte)

some

would

heavy traffic

in the process

~-Reuter

No ‘Trap’

according to a Korean
LAKE

that the “North
Korean Supreme Peoples’ Council
a declared Seoul to be the cap-
Republic, uceerding to
c Communist constitution,”
The Chinese volunteer army”
is being reinforced continuously
vould fight shoulder to shoul
with the North Korean Peo-
until American forces

SUCCESS, Dec. 21



N Entezam, Persian Presi
Vdent of the United
) Assembly fas assured
nist China that the
Nations’ cease-fire prot
Korea is not a “trap” i

jt Peking representative
left here on Tuesday

Vulion
Commu

e 4h
f the
‘ad a

the thr
Comimittec En (

Qn behalf of

: . ples? army
Cease Fire

driven from Koren oO!
bebe i bee he ; nd ens unified,’ it added

Severnines The radio said that contrary to

the Peking

| DOSE 1 ed " ae .
eens fart on which a ba riceon claims, the participa
f E pines fre could be establish of ¢ Chinese volunteers in the

or cease fi ou 0

“entirely fair

Reuter | Korein fighting was
1 legal.'—Renter.
' FOUND IT
a TELL THE ADVOCATE

MULLINGAR, Fire

Farm labourer Jin

a bet of $15.00 that he could

a needle in a haysta It too ‘ Per
him 82 hours, but he finally foun

id THE NEWS



Ring 3118 Day or Night.
ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.



GILBEYS |
Spanish Wines |









| tinue to be King “in the interests! es steamer Stanrealm to carry 7,000) unexpectedly rapid progress, the jee | Mz intain fhe }
: of peace as well as stability’. nee sioner. tons of Malayan rubber worth! company stated. NEW TANK WEAPON MH a } a halne ‘ {
. VAMASCUS, Dec. 21. —Reuter, | Valued at $68,100,000, they were! over £3,000,000 to Odessa in May! While preparation for Italian | A Py. same High
Police “used tear gas to disperse} | 65.5 per cent. above previous it was disclosed here to-day |production has gone on, the De are YORI. Weo.-al | ls nak ) )
re’ ei ee pe a quarters, Exports to the United Shipping circles think this is| Havilland Company has a Dr. Bush, who played a big part] ie) . Standard of i}
strating in eppo today agains States rose sharply in the third] the largest single shipment of | a number of Vampires from Eng- : =? ; a ae satu }
the French Tobacco Co. and other, 4 COACHES DERAILED | © arter to $27.800.000. an increasc rubber ever carried to Russia in| !and during the past nine months. | | a eeat tent i. Pr: ae } my h Quality as
foreign business firms. Later the; at of 99.1 per cent. over the previous | a foreign ship The Italian Government has now | PCM ney think of the bermbl tt hi red to
demonstrators occupied the police} VAUDREUIL, Quebec, Dec, 21 quarter and-of three times over| Russia has always been a con-!|laced a second order for Britisa aad : * S upp

headquarters and freed some of Four coaches of ;
their comrades who had _ been! Montreal train which
arrested. They attacked French} sengers aboard were
owned electric tram cars. | day

The Minister of the

Toronto-
had 800 pas-
derailed to- \ record rise in sales to the|
while crossing a bridge over) United States was mostly account-|-
Interior! the St. Lawrence River, 36 miles! ed for by shipments of scrap iron,
went immediately to Aleppo,) west of Montreal. I ron and steel mill products, |
Syria’s second largest city, to’ A few passengers were slightly aluminum, lead and -ortland
ir vestigate —Reuter. | injured.—Reuter cement.--Reuter,

“TYROL CcoT

as a tactical weapon to stop great
irmies,”

{eferring to the army, Dr. Bush
aid there had been developed a
Second Test Match “new anti-tank weapon of great

power which can render the heavy

S ; " m .nk obsolete
ARCHBISHOP OF Ia the Second Test Mateh phe eamartent.* 6: added,
BERLIN IS DEAD —_|_fetween Eneindurne whieh | ‘for the Russians are

tralia at A ORO Auhied. TAMA Ot
ey BERLIN, Dee. 21 started today, Australia won | 40,000 tanks, many 0
Cardinal Konrad Count Von heaviest.

| the toss and decided to bat Be
Preysing, Roman Catholic Arch- The wicket was described as Their
| bishop of Berlin, died to-day from one of the best seen at Mel- varfare
ma heart attacl 1 West German bourne for years. Australia ed artillery to
|
|

quarter in 1949 Vampires the company

siderable purchaser of Malayan | built
—Reuter.

|rubber and so far this year is, added.
| estimated to have purchased about |
50,000 tons. —Reuter.



said to have
them the

me a

Melbourne which





XMAS PARTY AT

whole doctrine of land






pee x ror fe oe ee suffered an early loss when vay.” —Reuter

é Yr 1e war “vs Z was re- ser See

| peatedly attacked by East German See ane aks oe OVER $500, 000 WILL
BE SPENT ON SCHOOLS

authoritie oY ‘bidding clergy can
paueoreues 2 forbidding ergy Neil Harvey was out to Bedser
‘From Our Own Correspondent)

tin his diocese to take part in the} : ad
{Communist sponsored “National | when he had scored 42. Latest

| Front”. |
His death reduces the number
of living German Cardinals to}



seore at time of going torress | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. ié
is 67 for 2. Fall of wickets, | More than half a million dollar
1—6, 2—67. Compton is out jfrom the C. D. and W. grant ha




ltwo: Joseph Cardinal Frings, of| of the game due to a knee = [been : allocated for the 1951
iCologne, and Michael Cardinal injury and Parkhouse has | building programme, Under $200
iVon Faulhat f Munich taken his place) Warr has 1000 were spent this year so far o
| —Reuter been dropped. hool building
CELEBRATE B.B.C. W.I. SERVICE

C. 4 4 ; e etre oe 4 AMA

From Our Own Correspondent is all revealed in “far behind the The B.B.C's West Indian Ser
j LONDON, Dec. 21 ews.” This special version of a vice began with the Jamaican













est Indian ser- well known programme includes Una Marsden producing a quarter
gave ¢ to West Indians’ profound impres- of an hour weekly broadcast back

innive of sions of our great U niversities in 1940. As a flow of West In-

i ig from. da special bulletin from the qdjan volunteers arrived in London

West Indie reveals that down jn the war vears, it was soon pos-
-thre regular per- Port-of-Spain the Caribbean sible to run a half-hourly weekly |

formers had just recorded a gala mmission has decided that the programme. It was not-until the
programme recording that this ypso will not get anywhere war ended however that three
twentieth centur half through less it straightens out its gram- producers started on the job and
They recorded tt ‘rogramme you ™ar. Examples of the calypso in. turned out the present daily half-
hear Dere er 26 and § vernment prose will be broad- jour

Ji ry 2 t Out of the 23 performers at to

| The prograr burlesque Christmas Calypso night’s gala, 20 came from thé

of nor I er yroadcasts by Lord Kitchener will also give st Indies and the proer amm¢
the B.B.¢ West I ies Service s views in a special Christmas have certainly developed the West
It 1 be t to destroy ilypso or yat you should do in Indie mu al talent here to-

wri { day after ccadills this ti of the year night were Winifred Attwell,

you (we suspect t) B.B.C’s blue Uriel Port 1d. Edrie Connor

Ke encil h be r making putting in one of reg r gue
CHILDREN around the Christmas tree at “Tyrol Cot” yesterday evening. Mr. Adams with f the ets for a nis broadcastabl appearance



timy-tots in his arms is im the background, (See Story on Page 5),

revolves about tanks and|
prepare the

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West Indies
for the
past fifty
years.

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B.B.C. Radio
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TO-DAY and TO-MORROW at 5 p.m.
iy TONIGHT TO SATURDAY AT 8.30

DECEMBER 22, 1950

FRIDAY,





PLAZA Theatre—BbRIDGEOWN

IT WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE VERY MUCH:
3 SHOWS: TODAY and. TOMORROW 1.30, 4.45 and 8.00 p.m
R.K.O. Radio)





Samuel Goldwyn's

i ADY STOW was among the Pi FMRAY, Dec 22, imee 4 \ MILTON BERLE and VIRGINIA MAYO “OUR VERY OWN
ant > ’ * _ 7 . e ws; 7.1 ¥ New
Se ees ow deft - er Analyite 12 noon The News: Thue pan. | “AL Y EAVE THE LAUGHING” And Continuing DAILY at 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.
3 erday by B. or St, News Analysis; 12.15 p.m, Ne m¢ i W Ps et Jan aUaucr
Lucia. She has gone to spend i pm The Debate Continues; ne p-t = A s LEA M G Extra Special: The Musical Short “PIANO RHYTHM" with J AUGUST

Christmas with her son, who is the

Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Practising Dc- |

with RUTH ROMAN — BERT LAHR





SPECIAL MATINEE: SATURDAY MORNING 9.30 A.M

ts ‘ t 1,50 2
Administrator of St. Lucia iy Hews RIG hin’ ae aon (Cheap Prices—A Monosram Double)
H F T Britain; a 5 oe. Sports Review; - A Warner Bros. Picture Kane RICHMOND and Gloria WARREN in:——
pm nglish ngs; 3 pur The -
ere For Two Weeks tence of Tranton Tracy; 3.43. pit Mall | SRS SR RRR ARRAS ISS S SSA EN “DONT GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS
S. GEORGE De NOBRIGA tary Band, 4 p.m. The News; 4.20 p.0

arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.I.A. to
spend two weeks’ holiday in Bar-

The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Nights at
the Opers; 5 p.m. Sandy MecPhemon <1
the Theatre Organ; 5.15 p.m. me |



GALETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES




— and —
Sidney TOLER and Charlie CHAN in

bados. She was met at Seawell by m. Australia vs. England; 630 p.m. “ ”

Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacKenzie. tre ne ee 1 pan the | ae TODAY and TOMORROW—8.20 p.m. (Warner's Double) DARK ALIBI

She is a guest at the Ocean View indian Guest Might, 746 pm. a David Niven -- Jane Wyman in With his Coloured Assistant Manton MOOREHEAD
Hotel. Londoner doesn't know; 8 p.m. Radio Fan And Action All The Wa

Back From U.K.
R. C. L. PITT, who has been

in England for about three pn gs Bh ee the Baito-
months returned over the week- 10,35 p.n. Interlude; 1045 p.m. Word - with Terny Moore; Ben Johnson, Robert Armstrong —
end via Trinidad by B.W.1LA. Affairs; 11 p.m. Ch Down, MIDNITE (Tomorrow) SATURDAY 23rd tA Mon°gram Double) Extra special: Added for our better entertainment
The trip from England to Trini- The Bowery Boys with Johnny MACK BROWN in: Tim HO in

dad was made by ship. Mr, Pitt
“ of the firm o: C. L. Pitt and

and most of his stay in the
SK, was in Stanmore, Middlesex.

From Washington

T present holidaying in Bar-
bados is Miss Muriel Knight
who arrived from Washington last
week to spend Christmas with
relatives. She is staying at Stafford
House. Muriel has been living in

3 NE 3RINCK Ss aitinetiead I A. WALTERS, who went with Sally Gray—Trevor Howard
the U;S. for about seven years R a MRS NEIL BRINCK a —, OLTON arrived 5° Phebe = on ho _ ’
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Americans in Venezuela

been staying in Barbados returned
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HINA

MAY PAUSE

Study the Next Move Through Mao’s Eyes

Will this strange war end where it began—with the 38th

Parallel separating the Red

The Chinese, who have won a
great victory after only 11 days’
fighting, are a logical people
With half a million soldiers in
North Korea they can dominate
the South without crossing the
38th Parallel.

Do you think they should take
on the burden of evicting Mac-
Arthur altogether from the pen-
insula? He “came back” to
Bataan, and could come back to
Korea. In accordance, moreover,
with a United Nations—not a Red
timetable,

Mischief .. .

I START from the assumption
that *he Chinese, like the Rus-
sians, do not want war with the
great industrial might of the
United States. But they want to
create all mischief short of war
Three times, so far, they have
shown themselves to be a logical

peome.

‘CISION No. 1 was taken last
June. They gave the North
Koreans the green light for their
attack on South Korea.

There were then no United
States troozs in Korea. It looked
a certainty to Mao Tse-tung that
the Americans would let it go by
default, or send too little help
too late.

And if he were wrong? The
North Koreans, not China, would
take the rap. Things did go
wrong. By early September the
campaign was a slogging match
around Pusan.

DECISION No. 2 in Peking was
NOT to send ten divisions to
Pusan to finish off the war with
a North Korean victory. They
were not sent because Man was
afraid of a World War III.

Think Again

THEN came the Inchon land-
ings and MacArthur’s greai pur-
suit of a broken army.

The Chinese had to think out
the implications of United States
forces on the border of Man-
churia, and in particular the con-
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quietly of course, that if Mac-
Arthur's troops crossed the 38th
Parallel the Chinese would join
in the war.

Not bluff .. .

THEY reckoned that this would
not lead to a World War III.

“Au bluff,” said the experts in
London and Washington — and
Gereral MacArthur. But when
ready, logical Mao struck.

DECISION No. 4 will be the
method of exploiting his new vic-
tory. He still wants to make mis-
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Hold Service For
Simon Bolivar

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN, Dec. 19,

Police had to be called out te
preserve order when thousands of
people attended a_ service in
memory of Simon Bolivar, Libera.
tor of the Venezuelan Republic, ai
Columbus Square, Port-of-Spain
last week-end,

The service marked the 120th
anniversary of Bolivar’s death
Demonstrators led by Mr. E.
Chris Le Maitre, of the Trinidad-
Venezuela Inter-Relations Com-
mittee, paraded the square, carry-
ing placards which bore slogans
Some read: “You close your door
to West Indies neighbours, and
open them to foreigners.’ The
service was attended by members
of the Legislative Council, of the



Singer Builds $260,000
Headquarters
(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18

Building operations will begin
in January 1951 on the $260,000
offices to be used by the Singer
Sewing Machine Company on 34
Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain as
the headquarters for the United
States, British Caribbean, Dutch
West Indies area.

The property where the new
structure is to be located was
acquired since November 1947 but
possession had been delayed pend-
ing a recent Court Order in favour
of the company. The building
which will be of three floors will
be air conditioned throughout and
take a year to complete.





Date For Floating Corpse
Appeal Not Yet Fixed

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
_ It is unlikely that the appeal
in the Floating Corpse Murder
Trial will be heard before next
month.

Inquiry from defence lawyers
who appeared in the 27-day re-
trial in which five men were found
guilty of killing Philbert Peyson,
disclosed that no date had yet
been fixed.

Application for leave to appeal
against sentence of death passed
on Boysie Singh, John Durant,
Eldon Coggins, Augustus James
and David Bruce was filed last
week,



ESCAPED PRISONER
FOUND BATHING

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.

George Ajodasingh, a 19-year-
old escaped prisoner who was at
large for 17 days after breaking
out of prison, has been recaptured.
He was held on the Cap-de-Ville
beach while bathing on Sunday.
Ajodasingh who was held by a
of policemen was captured

various municipalities and the 72 hours after his first break in

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2ist December, 1950
CANADA

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63% Pr Cheques on 61.1
Bankers
Demand 80.95% pr
Drafts
Sight Drafts 60.90% pr
68% Pr. Cable
61.5% pr Currency 59.6% pr
Coupons 58.9°% pr



Electricity Will
Cost More

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN, Dec. 19,
Customers of the Port-of-Spain

Corporation —_ Electricity Board|
may soon have to pay more for

the current they use. The Board
at a recent meeting decided t

seek the Government’s permis-|
sion, to increase all its rates by!

one cent as from January 1, 1951,
It is estimated that additional
revenue from this increase will
be about $57,000 a year.

The Board, it is understood,
feels that the increase is long
overdue; that it should have been

charged about two years ago in

view of the increased cost of

labour, fuel oil, and other
operating expenses,

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Pieck Ends Visit

BERLIN, Dec, 20.
East Germany’s white-naired
President Wilhelm Pieck left
Warsaw tonight after a two-day
visit to the Polish People’s Repub-
lie, the East German news agency
ADN reported. It was his first
official visit to Poland, which
gained more than 62,000 square
miles of former German territory
under a Polish - East German
agreement ratified last summer.
The pact proclaimed the Oder-
Neisse line the “permanent Pol-

ish-German border.—Reuter

HARBOUR L0G

In Carlisle Bay

M.V. Sedgefield; Sch. Wonderfu!
Counsellor, Yacht Tern IIT, Sch., W. L
Bunicia, Sch. Rosarene, Sch. Gloria
Henrietta, Sch. D’Ortac, M.V. C. L. M.
Tannis, Yacht Axelle, Sch. Molly N
Jones; Sch. Mandalay II, Yacht Diotima,
Seh. Lady Noeleen, Sch. Sunshine K,,
Sch. Adalina, Sch. Philip H. Davidson
Sch. Timothy A. H. Vanshuytman, Sen
Frances W. Smith, Sch. Laicille M
Smith; Sch. Phyllis Mark; Sch. Bel-
queen.



ARRIVALS
SS. Folke Bernadotte, 4,380 tons net
Capt. Block, from St. Thomas, V.1.
DEPARTURES
Sch. Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net, Capt
Noel, for Dominica,
Sch. Turtle Dove, 82 tons net, Capt.
Olliveire, for St, Vincent,
Sch. Gardenia W,, 48 tons net, Capt.
Wallace, for St, Vineent
S.S. Folke Bernadotte, 4,380 tons net
Capt. Block, for Paramaribo.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE and Wireiess (West Indies)
Limited advise that they can now com.
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station

§.S. Bowrio; S.S, Spurt; SS. Alcoa
Pilgrim; S.S. Canadian Challenger; 8,5
Franz Klasen; SS, Oranjestad; 8.5
Rugano; S.S. City of Delhi; S.S. City
of Lichfield; S.S. Colombie; S. Aleoa
Clipper; SS. Dalerdijk; SS. Selector;
$.S. Gulfbird; SS. Orari; S.S. Marine
Leader; SS. Loriga, S.S. Raban; SS.



Loide Bolivia; S.S, Defender; S.S. Esso
Syracuse; S.S. Patuca; S.S. Regent Tiger
S.S. Esso Cambridge,

Seawell

ARRIVALS—By B.W.I.A.L
From TRINIDAD...

Irene Atwell, Clavson Clinton, Ulrich | %

Gooding, Maureen Nimbiett, Preston
Nimblett, William Clarke, Amelia Rice,
Elizabeth Kerr, Duncan Best, Milton

Moses, Rita Lobo, Frank Lobo, Richard |

Lobo, Marilyn Lobo, Evan Lobo, Joseph
Weleh, Emil Taylor, Eugenie Nolan,
Medeline Medford, Winston Beckles,
Joseph Latrie, Alma Larrie, Rachel

Margaret Alston, Barry Fisher, Joyce
Bowen, Agnes Crossley, Henriques Von
Freysburg, Marie Netto, Katherine

Oo’Connel, Clifford Drayton, Benjamin

Bernstein, Herbert Weaver, Margaret
Wight, Kam Ting-Chan.

MAIL NOTICES 's

MAILS for St. Lucia, Dominica, Mont-
serrat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda, |
Boston and St. John N.B. by the S.S. |
LADY RODNEY will be closed at the
General Post Office as under

Parcel Mail at 3 p.m. on the 22nd
December. Registered Mail at 9 a.m. |
Ordinary Mail at 10.15 am. on the}
23rd December 1950, |

MAILS for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Grenada and Aruba by the Vv
DAERWOOD will be closed at the Gen-
eral Post Office as under

Parcel Mail at 8.30 a.m., Registered
Mail at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mail at 2.30
p.m. on the 22nd December 1950

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Friday, 1950



December 22,

SCAVENGERS’ DAY

| YESTERDAY was the happiest day the
Scavengers of St. Michael spent for many
a year. They were treated to rich Christ-
mas cheer contributed by the merchants
of Bridgetown. And they deserved it.

The fact that these scavengers can fore-
gather for a merry pre-Christmas spree is
not a subject for idle laughter. These are
the men whose energies are daily directed
towards keeping the City clean and they
do keep it clean,

This newspaper has not recanted its
conviction with regard to the dirt and filth
to be found in Bridgetown during the day.
Sanitary conditions are far from satisfac-
tory but it is not the scavengers who are
to blame; neither is it the Sanitary Author-
ity. The fault lies with the people who
live and work in Bridgetown; and this
does not mean the man in the street alone.

Highly paid clerks and junior business
executives, many civil servants and mem-
bers of middle class families throw cigar-
ette boxes and stubs, chocolate bar wrap-
pings, husks from nuts, fruit skins and
scraps of paper from small parcels on the
platforms while awaiting the ‘bus, and
spit on the pavements and in refuse boxes
along Broad Street. The porter from any
store will throw some of his sweepings
into the gutter instead of the refuse box;
and in broad daylight old people and young
urchins will answer the calls of nature in
the open drains near the windows of res-
taurants and stores and next the stand-
pipe where and while the mauby seller
mixes her sugar for sweetening her bark.



HAPPY XMAS FERGAL Bacal Prejudice A Myth?)



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| LONDON

LONDON, December 15

In order to test the value of
any institution, iit is welj to
compare it with a similar institu-
tion if such exists. If we apply
such a test to the British colonial
system, what compartson do we
find, say, with the French colon-
ial system? Let us look first at
French policy

After the Second World
France abolished the term ‘col-
onies’ altogether and proclaimea
a ‘French Union’ of ‘freely
associated peoples,’ but excluded
the possibility of self-govern-
ment. The old Colonial Office
stil] exists but has changed name
—it is the Ministry of Overs
France. An essential aim of
French post-war policy in regard
to its overseas territories is
assimilation. Native institutions
are to be used for utilitarian
reasons where desirable, bu!
strictly in subordination to the
objective of “frenchification” and
because they have any inherent
value in themselves,

Ww ar,



1S

The aim is to make the African
a black Frenchman, and to make

the colonies not self-governing
Dominions but, eventually, so
many Departments of France.
They will be LaFrance d’Outre-
Mer. The French Empire is to
be welded into tightly-bound
entity run from Pari Protec-
tionism limits the trade to the

Empire where possible, and econ-
omic programme are worked
out in Paris and then imposed
upon the colonie

These authoritarian tendencies
and excessive centralisation of
the French colonial system are,
te my mind, playing havoc with
the development of their over-
seas territories

economic sphere, the
French colonia] policy may be
summarised in two sentences.
One colony has to produce quotas
ot this or that commodity, and
in return import quotas of
specified commodities; Senegal,

In the



Hy E.R. Timothy

tion is the key.
law is the Minister's decree
issued from Paris.

A policy of ‘assimilation’
iree association’ to the exclus-
jon of self-government cannot
but be fraught with danger, and
the war of Indo-China is an
event whose final issues will
surely have provided France with
a new lesson and a new exper-
jence in the demands of a
changing world.

The source of

and

So much for the French; what
about the British system?

The British Empire has taken
over two hundred years to trans-
form itself into a Commonwealtn



s

E. B. TIMOTHY





pressionistic portrait of London-
ers, and the salient attractions ¢

London, at Christmas-time. Start- |

Street filled
pleasure

me

My

ing off at Fleet
with anticipatory

curiosity was heightened and my |
walked |

admiration increased as I
down London's Strand, which car-

ries 2,200 vehicles an hour at the |

average traffic speed of 8.5 m.p.h
I was particularly attracted by the
number of shoppers I saw. They
recalled to me the words of Ben
Johnson, when he said—

“Hell is a City
London,
Smoky and very populous.”

something

I found myself in the luxury |
centre of London—Oxford Street.
There, women in great numbers— |
charming and attractive some of
them, mostly in fur:
fully at the goods in the shop|
windows. Curiosity propelled me
into one of the big stores. As I
wandered around, I noticed a lady |
trying on some hats and moved in |
that direction. The patience of
the shop assistant! The would-be
purchaser kept ‘on trying on one}

gazed wist-

hat after the other. At last, she
found something which_ she
thought fitted ‘her beautifully.
“Well,” she said to the shop as-
sistant, “I think I'll have this.”
‘I’m sorry, Madam,” replied the

assistant, “but that was your own
hat which you had when you came
into the shop—you left it on the
counter, Madam,”
|
Onwards via the cafes and res-
taurants, I saw Londoners sipping,
munching, chewing, nibbling and
gobbling. On to a Post Office, to
find its counters besieged by an
eager but orderly throng Fin-
ally, a call at a butcher’s. Stand-

crimination.
July when a panel of experts issued under
UNESCO's
subject.

like |

cn insufficient scientific

statement issued by UNESCO last July:



ing patiently in the queue, women
shoppers ruefully surveyed the
turkeys and chickens. It was ob-
vious they were in doubt: “To buy
or not to buy?” That
question. Should she buy now the

Christmas turkey at 5/9 a lb. or| t¢lligence, temperament
‘haracteristics.
, (c) Extensive study yields no evidence

wait a few more days just in case }
prices were reduced? A comment-
ary on Britain’s economy today to
watch perhaps, but certainly not

‘oundation in biological fact.

races is much the same.
was the! that the groups of mankind differ in in-



(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 12,
UNESCO is making a new approach next
ear to the problems of race and racial dis-
A first step was taken last

authority a statement on the
The views and conclusions of those
however, have been regarded as
ghly controversial in various quarters.
The Royal Anthropological Institute in
he United Kingdom declares that inquiries
1ade among British anthropologists reveals
feeling that the inciusion of views based
evidence did less |
|

xperts,

han justice to the great cause itself and to

he unanimity with which anthropologists}

4|;ould agree upon the main essentials.

The Institute has now announced that as
result of correspondence it has exchanged
vith the Division for the Study of Racial
‘roblems, UNESCO, a new panel of physical

\Siinnerations

enthropologists and biologists would be ap-

iointed to write a new statement.
Although the membership of the ‘new
vanel has not yet been announced, it is

oelieved that its composition will be such as

vill guarantee the production of a scien-'
lically sound document, which will be of
reat value to all those who are opposed to

racial prejudice.

Here are the main points in the original '
(a) Racial discrimination has no scientific

(b) The range of mental capacities in all
There is no proof

or other mental]

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results. The social results of race mixture

for example provides groundnuts

amusing to a poor British house-
for the vegetable oil requirements Of

These are the offences against decency free nations. Such a lone wife

i i ¢ i ance. € -China rice process has the merit of becom- fi ss
which enlan gen penis nent aa which aoa Tica ket seinen, ing a tradition, and Britain, in It may be that the unusually) ®%@ to be traced to social factors. There is
keep Bridgetown in a condition which is a And each colony furnished its Consequence, has been abie to hearty way in which Londoners

no justification for prohibiting intermarriage
between persons of different ethnic groups.

(d) Race is less a biological fact than a
social myth. As a myth it has in recent
years taken a heavy toll in human lives and
suffering and still keeps millions of persons
from normal development and civilization
and from the full use of the co-operation of
productive minds.

(e) But scientifically, no large modern
national or religious group is a race. Nor
are people who speak a single language, or
live in a single geographical area, or share
ina single cultural community necessarily
a race,

(f) Tests have shown essential similarity
in mental characters among all groups. Given
similar degrees of cultural opportunity to
realize their potentialities, the average
achievement of the members of each ethnic

make a virtue of necessity when
an important dependency matures
to the point of self-determination.
The British Commonwealth gives
singular, historical evidence of
realising the dual principle of
‘freedom to stay’ or ‘freedom to
quit’ when a dependency reaches
adult stature. India and Burma
are historic examples. The one
stayed and the other quit,

disgrace to modern civilised society.
And so the Christmas cheer to scaveng-

i i “ts In none of the French colonies,
ers is a token to them that their efforts |. 0 Mdo-China, are there any
are appreciated. These are the men who | oi those embryonic legislatures

and executives characteristic 0

Sues out at an early hour and rere the British colonies, Such provision

dirt and filth which unthinking people as exists, or ie spnberntaned $0F

i i i ; representing ‘olonia opinion,

scatter unnecessarily in the alleys and on Biaa not wo Bayona nendiig’ $0

the streets. It is true that they are paid and Paris councils men with purely
in the opinion of many people, well paid

but theirs is nevertheless a nasty, thank-

contingent of military celebrate

power to the Empire

man- Christmas, arises from
the survival, side by side, of the
two traditions, Christian and
heathen, the latter or the Yule
tradition being kept up by the de-
liberate and sustained eating of
certain traditional foods. Al-
though Christmas in London falls
in winter, this in no way mars the
geniality of Londoners. Rather,
their benignity is scattered freely,
their love rekindled and their
laughter stimulated. I am glad
it is Christmas and wish you all
a Happy Christmas.

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bers of the Sanitary Commissioners have
made it possible for them to enjoy a happy
Christmas. They deserve it. It is now the
duty of the other members of the public
to afford them a clean New Year. They
deserve it.

Can Hypnotism Cure? JUST IN TIME...

FOR THE
COMING SEASON

The man from Harley Street hits back at the ‘black magic’

deal
use of
It has been used with

WE have heard a good
lately about the medical

and enormously slow, and it is
consequently

By MARGARET LANE



(since even an-

Reverse

ON Christmas Day His Excellency the

Governor of Barbados will broadcast to
the listeners of Radio Distribution and the
listeners on private wireless sets who
know the frequency on which the trans-
mission will be made.
. The Governor is following a tradition,
a worthy tradition set by His Majesty King
George V. True it is that there are tra-
ditions in England which are worthy of
emulation but in this the very object is
defeated merely because of the adoption of
a secondary medium.

Radio Distribution recently published
the fact that they had registered their
4,000th subscriber. If it is allowed that in
each family there are four members then
the audience reached by this means can
be estimated at 16,000.

On Sunday 15,000 subscribers will pay
for that day’s edition of the Barbados
Advocate and if the same allowance is
made for four members in each family
then the message will have reached at
least 60,000 people, scattered throughout
Barbados and not confined to three par-
ishes. When the paper is read by these, it
will be read by borrowers, as is the custom
in Barbados and so the message will reach
probably another 60,000 making a total of
approximately 120,000 people.

In Great Britain when the King broad-
casts from Sandringham he speaks to
many millions more than could be reached
by the newspaper with the greatest cir-
culation of four million. He speaks to at
least twenty million listeners to the B.B.C.
in the United Kingdom and many more in
the territories of the British Common-
wealth.

In Barbados it is just the opposite.

Our Readers Say:







!
less job of work.
The merchants of Bridgetown and mem-

hypnotism
success to ensure relatively pain-
less childbirth without anesthetic,
and many people have wondered
in reading of such cases, whether
hypnotism might not be more
widely used by doctors.

I am inclined to believe that it
could and should; but there is a
fear of hypnotism, and a pre-
judice against it which has given
rise to a general idea that hyp-
notism, even when it is not pure
charlatanism, belongs at least to
the underworld of medicine,

Like Svengali

Is this a fair opinion? I have
known of more than one doctor
{who used hypnotism with success
on nervous patients, but they talk
about it very littke because of the
general prejudice. Ignorance of
the real nature of hypnotism leads
people to believe that it is a kind
of black magic, or at least that it
involves some dangerous renun-
ciation of willpower and person-
ality.

Some stage hypnotists are
largely responsible for this false
idea. In their performances, aid-
ed by trickery and illusion, they
give the impression that they are
able to achieve a Svengali-like
control over almost anybody, and
that this control may last indefin-
itely.

This is obviously not true; and
I have just been reading a book*
which convinces me that, al-
though stage hypnotism may have
its dangers for the highly sug-
gestible and is therefore to be
avoided, hypnotism could be im-
mensely valuable in the hands of
responsible medical practitioners

The author of this book, Dr.
S. J. Van Pelt, a Harley Street
physician who has made exten-
Sive use of hypnotism in his own
practice, believes that it should
be far more widely used. He
dismisses all quasi-magical ideas
cf hypnotism very briskly. The
hypnotic state is nothing sinister



or mysterious; it is simply a
| state in which the patient reaches
fan advanced degree of relaxation,
mental and physical, and becomes
highly suggestible.
Light Trance

For medical purposes, he says,

lonly a very light trance is neces-



fruit orchards, gardens, and some





tural work









and

sary in which the patient is aware
of everything that is going on, and
can remember it afterwards. Only
about one person in four is capa-
ble of the deep hypnotic trance
which is akin to sleep-walking
and Dr. Van Pelt believes that
for medical purposes this is both
unnecessary and unsuitable.

The power of suggestion is
formidable—quite . apart from
hypnotism, Advertising and pro-
paganda rely wholly on it, and
we all control our behaviour
largely by self-suggestion—be—
lieving, for instance, that we
cannot give up smoking, or that
we are bound to be nervous when
Wwe meet strangers, or a thousand
other things.

It seems reasonable, then, that
curative suggestions, made while
the patient is semi-conscious and
highly receptive, could be ex-
tremely valuable; and it is known
that many cases of alcoholism, ex-
cessive smoking and other com-
pulsive habits have been success-
fully treated by this method.

How To Relax

Nervous patients can be taught
to relax (a natural ability which
modern urban man _ is losing
fast) and the many diseases which
are the camp-followers of nerv
ous tension can ‘be alleviated or
avoided,

It is unlikely that a man who
knows the secret of relaxation
will suffer from chronic indiges-
tion, duodenal ulcer or migraine;
and if hypnotism can teach us
this technique (as I believe it
can) then it surely provides the
doctor with a valuable weapon,

But
much
the second
found myself growing increas-
ingly uneasy. He is violently
opposed to the theory and prac-
tice of psycho-analysis,
he regards as
than
believes

Dr, Van Pelt goes
further than
half of

very
and in
book I

this,
his

which
nothing better
harmful nonsense;
that medical
could successfully replace
lengthy and expensive
of the psycho-analyst.

There are, of course, from the
patient’s point of view, several
things to be said against psycho-
Its results are uncer-
methods are minutely

and he
hypnosis
the
methods

|
critics of doctor-hypnotist. His arguments are examined=
|
|
|

analysis,
tain, its



the diversion





upwards of 4,000 boys and girls in

alysts must
expensive,

These considerations put it out
of reach of all but the fairly well-
to-do, and Dr, Van Pelt maintains
that there are many nervous ana
mental disorders which
cured or
sessiors of
when perhaps
almost daily
prove abortive.

This may well be true: but
this doctor’s ferocious hatred of
Freudian theory is so passionate
and unreasonable that the reader
is compelled to stop and look at
him with surprise.

For whatever mistakes tne
Freudian school] may have made,
however empirical its knowledge,
numerous the

live) extremely

can be
relieved by a_ few

medical hypnosis
two years of

analysis «would

however
trees up which
barked,

wrong
it may have
(I should have
thought) would deny that its
patient researches have enor-
mously added to our knowledge
of the
although its
be proved as a
proposition

nobody

human mind, and that
conelusions cannot
mathematical
results are
sufficiently impressive to make
it unsafe (to say the least) to
dismiss the whole subject
an angry snort. Dr. Van
snort is prolonged.

can, its

with
Pelt’s

No Rabbit?

THE result is unfortunate, for
it produces the same embarrass-
ment that a conjurer’s audience
feels when a trick goes wrong.
Dr. Van Pelt's rabbit is suddenly
observed ‘to be not in
but wandering in a
manner about the stage. The
surrealist atmosphere is further
increased by the illustrations, in
which the persons photogr:
while undergoing or
hypnotic

the hat,
distracted

phed
inducing
had



trunce have
faces blotted out with white
patches, The result will give
pleasure to many, though not. I
am afraid, in the way that
author intended

Dr. Van Pelt indeed has some+
thing to say, but his feelings run
away with him, and oddly distort
an otherwise
argument.

World Copyright Reserved.

*“HYPNOTISM AND THE POWER
WITHIN, Dr. S. 3. Van Pelt.,

(Skeflington, 18s.)

their

the

very reasonable

—L.E.S.





places all the honours and finan- encouraging event was the

doubt








our Dele
reasons, ‘First, because country- * : fet Pour the high s dls r > isle Ss . on
It showed that you recognise life and its engagements are a {0m it of such crowds of our He eatne Tietontcbae Py me hp A endl ’ ‘ : s
the supreme importance of Agri- lifelong love with me, and I know Young people be “While collar” jobs of which there“have returned.
culture in the West Indies, ant} something of the interest and You write that “there should t re so few! = ie ] ted int : 3 ;
you stated some points Connected pleasure they can confer. I was nothing considered derogatory ia * i , aan ed in the matter
with the situation in a forceful brought up in a village in manual labour” well knowi But to get back to the title We in Barbados
and convincing manner. I hope South | Warwickshire, Shake- that such a view exists amo is letter, It is encouraging to taken several
you will return to the subject speare’s country, midst mixed us, and in a strong and growing see and hear that the~ primal nes. We have
and go into further detail. What- farming, livestock of all kinds degree, and then you raised the position Agriculture and th nd 1 ock
ever we are able to do in the way (including, especially. big hand- question whether our educat need for handling it eff Instrt Lx
of minor industries, developing some d it horse for plough system dispose he youth of tie are being rec eC c j
those we already have or creat- and harvest wagon and acid island t hun agricultural work. » in the Caribbean ar
ing others, agriculture must zenerous milking — short horn I submit that such*is the ¢ ‘ t definite steps are be c on
remain the main sphere fof. cows) hay-making, harvesting, to a very serious extent. It taken or planned. A recent very honour chool
‘
{ ‘

group is about the same.

ity and adaptability, the traits which, more
than all others, have permitted the devel-
cpment of men’s mental capacities.

of the Royal Anthropological Institute, re-
iterated to me in an interview this week
that there was no disagreement with this
general
that it was important to distinguish the

physical aspects of the problem from the
social implications,

statement tried hard to make a point that
race is not a biological but a social myth,
this was not true in the broader sense. It
might be convenient to divide the races of
mankind into Negroid Mongoloid and Cau-
casian groups but many physical anthro-
pologists have done a great deal more in
distinguishing other groups.
statement, he remarked, looked like an at-
tempt to explain a danger by saying that it
did not exist.
the fact and use that fact in dispelling the
prejudices that now existed,

statement urged that the use of “race” should
give place to “ethnic group”, but that was
unrealistic and impracticable, While it might
be possible to persuade scientists to adopt
the term, it would be confusing to the or-
dinary man in the street. “Ethnic group”
had always been associated with the cultural
rather than the different groups of mankind,





ates
Walcott,
Workers’
lightened

steps in
ix agricultural



(g) All human beings possess educabil-

Mr. William Fagg, the Honorary Secretary

theme. He considered, however,

His Institute had made
Mr. Fagg said that although the UNESCO

The UNESCO
It was far better to establish

In another instance, said Mr. Fagg, the

Experience has proved, Mr. Fagg conclud-

ed, that the UNESCO statement that man

has a biological urge for co-operation was
incorrect.

Were it so, it would not have

been necessary to issue the statement—the
problém

solved itself !

of racial prejudice would have

ln pnt licneaa tcl
prom-








the Peasants’ share i
of the richest rural scenery of cial advantages upon the academic inence given to the subject im Exhibition. re in the Annual
Agriculture labour and support for the great “Merrie England”, and I can side, and we really should divide the conference at ( Aaedl where —_ Now also comes this scheme for
gricuitu majority of the population Never cease to delight in the wae os eee sphere ot eee of Agriculture in a Farm Institute in Trinidad, a
3 * , = Fee ig =e £ ivp ~ of 7) Wale yn"? rae .

ae Re go ee . memory” of my share in all of it. Useful, essential, labour and live- Caribbean conomy was - kind of second gra ; ey
Sir,—May I cone uats 5 bee tien g st 2 rcalise the primary of agricul- schools of some well devised mahagement, Rural Welfare, But it looks like another pla to
cn the Leading Pelee By ating Tt TC made pakinitied: a) kes ture in West Indian affairs, and pattern and then to provide schol- Rural Edugation, tricultural prepare overseers or th Nea cnnd

Sunday’s issue un ler the heading = If _may I ; nrticulariy if Barbados, and much regret arships and financial awards for Labour, etc.. were given prom- will only give wv. ° 4
“Hands and Head”, [ read it sonal a I an A tog 4 Y the growing distaste for agricul- them. Consider that we have inent place in the Agenda. Nx ny give us places for four

with much interest and pleasure. interested in the subject for two P zs ma 7 :

students at an initial charge of
$14,668, and an annual recurring
subscription of $4,188—according
to His Excellency's statement,

and especi-
General
Union

and

I think we need to go much
further and deeper into the
situation, and with your permis-
sion, Mr. Editor, I will return and

have alread:

recent



Peasant Submit a couple of simple prac-
improve- tical suggestions. This letter ix
Holdings and already too long. » |
Ring FRANCIS GODSON, |}!
to the time- Chelse: )
Gardens and December 10, 1950. }

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,

1950



Three Fishermen

Saved By An Oar

As Boat Sinks 20 Miles Off Shore

THE THREE-MAN CREW of the fishing boat New] lishts by B.W.LA. in addition to

Comer No. 25, had to swim

for their lives when their boat |

\ sank about 20 miles southeast of Oistin Lighthouse about

4.30 yesterday morning.

Part Of
Pig Stolen

IONEL HUTCHINSON of
Clarendon, Black Rock, re-

Ported that 40 pounds of pork
was stolen from him on Wednes-

The Police were informed that
Hutchinson's pig was killed by a
motor car on the same day when
it strayed into the road. Before
Hutchinson could collect the body
Bomeone took away two legs and
a shoulder.

They were on their way to the

fishing banks and the New Comer

| was sailing well under a light
breeze when a wave struck the
| boat and capsized it.

Wesley Mayers of Nelson Street
was skipper and owner of the fish-
ing boat. The other members of
the crew were C. King of Brittons
Hill and A. D., Griffith of Dunlow
Lane,

Mayers told the Advocate
yesterday that an oar saved
them from drowning. The three

until they were picked up three
hours later by another fishing
boat.

He did not know the

Bev ride STOLE a wallet con-
taining $19 in cash and two| boat which came to their rescue

gold rings valued $15 from the
home of Walter Hamblin at Max-
well, Christ Church between mid-
day and 1.00 p.m. on Wednesday.

om the motor car M-113 a

When they were picked up his
(Mayers') two companions were
complaining of cramp and did not
have high hopes of reaching land.

The New Comer was not in-

battery valued $25 was stolen be-|sured. It was built for $500 five
tween Monday and Tuesday. The] years ago.

car belongs to O. T. Allder and
Was in the garage at his home,
Barbarees Hill, when the incident
occurred.

WENTY POLICEMEN and

three Policewomen were pre-
Bented with First Aid Certificates
by Colonel R. T. Michelin, Com-

missioner of Police, at a function| imprisonment
at the Central Police Station on| was

Wednesday morning.



6 Months For
Stealing

SENTENCE of six months
with hard labour
passed on 52-year—oild

MacDonald Lewis of Westbury

They were:— Policewomen C Road, St. Michael yesterday by

Wilkinson, I. Babb and O. Clarke. | His

Worship Mr. A.-J. Hi.

The Policemen were: E. Greaves,| Hanschell,

C. Boyce, L. Trotman, G. Shan-
non, T. Richards, C. Burrowes,
V. Downes, C. Springer, E. Gay,

Smith, K. Blackman, K.

Griffith, M. Haynes, C. Riley, C.| hoce

Lunn, C. Chandler, A. Pile, D.
Agard and L. Forde.

Lewis was found guilty of
stealing $9.02 from Adolphus Best
while he was sleeping under
tree in Probyn§ Street on
mber 19.

One witness said that she saw



| 12 FLIGHTS ON
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from Venezuela and the two For the past two vears Mr Mr. Mottley promised that from | /"" helped to add the finishing
scheduled flights by T.C.A., the|Mottley has organised the party | next year a competition would be | ‘CUCh*S to the attractive setting.

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special

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two special flights by Avensa Air-

south and the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| SCA VENGERS PROMISE 100 Children Given
TO “CLEAN UP” CITY Christmas Treat

Over
The scavengers of St. Michael will go all out from to-day to| + a ited
make the parish and city really cleaner, This is what they | “Tyrol Cot”
were urged to do, and what they promised to do yesterday | home of Mi
evening when a Christmas Party organised by Mr. F. D. | cams yesterda
Mottley, M.C.P., Chairman of the Scavenging Department ne tree Was sy: the
and other members was held at the department’s premises



hundred children. of
crowded around — the
Christmas Tree at
Codrington Hill, the
Mrs. Grantley

evening

and

centre of

|
the lawn and a string of multi-

on his own, but this year, he said,| started for something which could | 4” imitation camp fire was also

pened on its return trip to Can-]owing to the fact that t was|be ap iated. He hor that he| burning a few feet away from
ada. wevond his financial resources, he] w : ; and | 3%. tee

T é ‘ : i : . . my ‘Ould not see the same men and i an ‘.

_ To-day, B.W1I.A. are running |obtained the aid of mer-hants and| the same lorry winning it all the|,,.o[° Childuen, some with their
a special flight to Trinidad to take | the agents of Jeffrey's Beer. time ; ss ; parents, sat around the tree on
home a number of Harriman’s Mrs. Mottley and members of , benches and chairs. Sweet drinks

workers at present employed on



all kinds were passed around

the clerical staff of the Department Mr. Motuey said that co-opera yor

constr uction work .at Seawell.! assisted with the serving of|tion of the public was necessary |“ huge trays of delicious sand-
They have been granted leave to | -efreshments. before the city and parish coula| “shes were handed around
spend the Christmas holidays with Sr made ae = el ¥ ae ; ;|._\ group of the older children
their relatives. Mr. J. M. Kidney, Chairman et ade as clean as they wanted! and a few grown-ups sang carol
of the Commissioners of Health| * ,%° be The department was|until a loudspeaker playing

LATE!

{ THE closing hour of some of
men held on to the oar and/the City stores is now from 12
paddled their way towards land! noon to I p.m. Some people were

doing what it could to help by

said that they. all read articles in th
e

Christmas hymns tock over
the Press about a cleaner Br'dge-

importation of two modern After refreshments

town. It was up to them (the| Scavenging lorries and some new] story was broadcast over the loud-
scavengers) 10 do their part in garbage eans which would soon! speaker and judging from the
i seen eRer ony hurrying to gain making the city cleaner. He knew | @'Tive happy expressions on all of the
; entry before closing time but they /that it was difficult at this time ildren’s “e rt ,
: 2 clos » i as i é s 1€ ae ani wee ildren's faces the party was a
jwere just a little late. cf the year, when people did Mr. Vincent Griffith speakin anata }

Some of them stamped

took up a position at the doorway, ;banana and other fruit-skins on
These were seemingly determined |the road instead of the garbage Mi
to be first served at the re-open- j cans.

, their | things that imposed more work on
fishing } feet and turned away, but others | the

as a member of the public ex-
pressed appreciation of the work
done by the scavengers

Small and Mr. Austin, /
representing the scavengers said



Scavengers, like throwing

Busy Tailors
WITH

Christmas just around

for} their best in the campaign for a/ing overtime to get their custom-

ing. He was asking them, however, { how. much they had appreciated
—_-———— to do their best in giving the; the function and promised to do]|the corner most tailors are work-
: ° public a really clean city
Unlawful Possession Christmas and the coming year.| cleaner city and parish.

CHARLES BAIRD a 49-yeur-
old labourer of Arthur Seat, St.
Thomas, was yesterday found
guilty of the unlawful possession
of a quantity of stockfeed by His
Worship Mr, A, J. H. Hanscheil,
Senior Magistrate of District “A’
Police Station,

Baird was ordered to pay a fine
of £3 to be paid in 28 days or in
default one month’s imp¥isonment

: \ aim at and keep up a new
with hard labour, standard of cleanliness for the
Captain W. A. Farmer prosecu- city.

ted on behalf of the Police while ; j

Mr, J. E, T. Brancker appeared Referring to the Advocate’s ‘
on behalf of Baird. Harbour] campaign for a cleaner city, and }
Police Constable Wilkinson was] yarious criticism in the Press, No. 13

the chief witness for the prosecu-| Mr, Mottley said that criticism \

a{tion and he said thathe arrested
Baird on Chamberlain Bridge 0b} egports to do a good job

December 19, with a bag of oil-
meal. When asked where he got
the bag of meal from, Baird dia

fers fitted out for Christmas. Some

He wished them all a happy a them work after midnight



Christmas. The tailors are not the only
Mr. W. W. Merrit, Chief Sani-/ - busy people; the housewife also
tary Inspector, told the Scavengers | 2,035 VACCINATED finds herself up at a late hour

making curtains and
the house for the season.
Yesterday an Advocate
sentative noticed that
were doing business
to | curtain cloth

that theirs was an important] [N relation to the Vaccination preparing
work, removing refuse so as to Campaign, the number vaccinated
avoid such diseases as Cholera,| at the various Centres up to late
Typhoid and Dysentery Twenty! yesterday afternoon was 14
thousand tons of refuse had been, bringing the total vaccinated
removed last year, he said date to 2.035.

He urged them next year, to

repre-

good

with



Should make them redouble their

NOW

He was glad to see that many
of them took a pride in their



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The Commissioner congratulated{Lewis go into the pocket of Best
them and said that he hoped they|and take out the money; then
would further their studies in| went and sat on a bench, Lewis
First Aid. in his defence said that he went
PTHE POLICE groundsmen are| nowhere near Best and did not

still hard at work on the/even know that Best had that
tennis court at the Central Police} much money on his person.
Station. The Constables did not
hold their Lawn Tennis Cham-
pionship this year because of the}
bad condition of the court.

Although it has been well
moulded anq grass planted there
are still a few dry spots. It is

ed that it will be prepared
for the Police Tennis competition
mext year.

Tuning Up
For Xmas

FOR years now Henry Baddock | |

has been a guitar player and if a PURIN !

anyone had dropped in on him



Illegal Landing

A fine of £4 or two months’
imprisonment with hard labout
was imposed on Alonza Callende:
of Thomas Gap, Westbury Rou
by Mr. Hanschell yesterday for
the illegal landing of a quantity of
goods on November 26, on the
wharf.



yesterday he would have seen
Baddock tuning his guitar under
a big, tamarind tree. The tuning
Was in preparation for Christmas
morning and Christmas Bank-
holiday when Baddock will, as he
has been doing for many years
now, walk around to tell the
people of the many villages, “Give
me a copper or a silver, and I
will give you a tune.”

Baddock who is over sixty, is a
slight looking man who has an
eye for humour and who can
drink a rum with any. He told
the Advocate yesterday that he
started drinking when as a boy
he used to go around with a steel
band.

Many people, Baddock said, do
not like giving a copper or a sil-
ver, but they will give you all
the drink you want.

There is a tune which Baddock
likes and which he says most
people like to hear at least twice:
It is “Casey Jones”.

Very seldom Baddock is not
welcomed when he goes out with
his guitar on these occasions. But
Baddock remembers how he once
met a “Scrooge of a fellow” who
sent a dog after him one Christ-
mas. bank-holiday about eight
years ago.



e
New Village
y e
At The Pine

ON a wide stretch of land North
West of the Pine plantation two
roads have been lately built and
a few houses erected. The people
of the district call the area _ the
Pine pasture and the Pine Hill.
Houses are also being erected not
far South of this land where an-
other road has been built.

The Pine pasture used to help

rovide fodder for cattle and at
aster time boys would fly their
kites there. Now that the houses
and roads are being built, boys
will not be able to use the ground
for kite flying.

The hill from which the people’
used to gather brambles and cut
down the shrubs for firewood is
being dug down and one can hear |
the occasional blast of the dyna-|
mite as this work is done. |

Big pipe lines are being rug}
through this area. These lines!
run through Rogers’ Road, across|
Upper Government Hill and run
on to the Pine pasture.

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_ SINGING CONTEST

THE Community Choir will
hold their annual contest at
Kensington on New Year morning.
The test piece will be “While
Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
by Night”. .

It will be the sixth of these
contests, and like last time, first)
prize money will be $80.

The}
Belleptaine Choir were the last
winners. They will again be



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jobs. That was why he would
always defend them when they
were right) but he would not
fail to dismiss them if they
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

1950

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED

CRICHLOW—Yesterday at her residence
Mount Fair", Sherbourne, St. John
BFRTHA EMMA ROSA. The funerai
leaves her lote residence at 4 o'clock
this evening for Mount Tabor Church



Friends are invited
Betha, Annie, Albert, Edward: (Agnes,
Pierson, Ellen, Clyde}, U.S.A
THANKS
WE take this opportunity to return
thanks to the many friends who at-
tended the funerai, sent letters, cards

and other tokens of sympathy and
various ways condoled us in our 1¢-
cent bereavement by the death of WiL-
LIAM BROWN

Mrs. Florenee Grown,
rington. Dec. 18th

IN MEMORIAM

In ever loving memory of our dear
beloved and affectionate mother Mrs.
CATHERINE REBECCA GREAVES of
Benthams Village, St. Lucey, who de-
parted this life on December 22nd 1949.

One year has passed since that sad

day

The one we

We loved her,

And called

in

and Mr. Car.

loved was passed away
yes God loved her best
her to eternal rest .

Will always be remembered by Ianthe
and Hildred (daughters), Mr. Conrade
Greaves (son), Winston, Darnley, Birty

22.12.50—11. i



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19.12.50—én.

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Correne (grandsons), Mrs, Eretha Mc.

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But only those who love cam tell
The pain of parting without farewe%
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Fibre just received. This Fibre is clean,
soft and springy. Price 14 cents per
pound. Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &

0., . 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.£.n.





Q
|

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.
GROCERY ITEMS—Sweet Biscuits.
large assortment 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,



GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 Ib
to 8 lbs. each. Tinned Fruit seme and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots. cherrie:,
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.



JUST Received Letter size and Fools-
cap Filing Folders. Phone T. Geddes



Grent Ltd., 4442. 19.12.50—6n.
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 GAY DISTILLERIES LTD

21.12,50—2n,

LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in

beautiful designs and colours just open-

ed again for you. et It's at oe
n St. jal 3466 an

Be crt 14.12,50—t.f.n.

O.K, COFFEE—Fresh
is now in the hands
John F. Hutson Ltd,

OVEN GLASSWARE — Pnoenix Oven-
Table Glassware makes a welcome gift
Recent shipments include Dishes, Plates,
Bowls, Sauceboats, Mixing Bowls and
several other ane ae 4222, G. W.

0. .
Hutchinson & C Re abd 6 gd:

ERMANENT NEEDLES for your
ioeors player, and needles of all kinds,
records of all kinds too. A BARNES &
co., LTD. 22.12.60—t.£.9



shipment of this
of your grocer
21,12,50—2n.





XMAS PRESENTS=Just received in
time for Xmas Presents Lentheric
‘Tweed’ Perfume and Lotion. Knight's
Lad. 20,12.50—3n

FOR RENT
HOUSES













“WINSLOW—Black Rock. From tat
January. For further ee ee Dial
3 . A. Browne, Blac °

Retin: 19.12.50—t.f.n.

FLAT —- At Sea View, Upper Bay St. Li

opposite Bay Mansion. From !st January,
a y mises.
sat 8.12.50—t-f.n,



re oS
SPREE—Cattlewash, from ‘5th January.



















Mul nished, for particulars ring
2908. rae 22.12.50—7n
‘ SUNNY VILLE — Fuily furnished
From ist. Jan, 4 bedrooms and a
modern conveniences. Appl Miss Les
Stroud yne 8203
Stroud. Phone oe
ehrrntrinneerctrneeneencenemeenant®
“SEAFORD” Worthing. From

ry r further particulars Phone

2853 ie C. Roberts, Government Hil

22.12.50.

~~ | bottom floor of



————~ | Social Club, enquire on

PUBLIC

“

AUCTION

ee
BY public Competition at
Jumes Street,

on Friday
of ‘ember 1950 at 2



our office
the 23nd day

p.m. Chatte!
dwelling house together with 2 roods.

1% perches of lend on which the same
Stands situate at Weichman Hall main
road, in the parish of St the
Property of Edw
further particulars
tions of sale apply to
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,
James St.
13.12.50—on.
a
CRYSTAL BEACH SOCIAL CLUB—One
wood and galvanized building, recently
built, size 22 x 29 at Fitz Village, St
Known as the Cyrstal Beach
Premises any
day or at Binley McColin, Shopkeeper of
Black Rock, St. Michael near Walmer: |
lodge, St. Michael. 19.12,.56—3n
Le
SEA: " situate
comet ee Saree, standing on
feeds, | f
The dwellinghouse ina ena

|
|
|
|

James.

ving contains verandah,
’ room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-

rooms and toilet upstairs,

Electric light
and running Gerke

water throughout. Gar age

and servants rooms in yard.
The above propert
sale ty public

Y will be set up for
competition at our Office
on Friday 29th December
Inspection on application

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SALES | OFFICIAL NOTICE |

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT
APPEAL

Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS ee
~—y wetnt
OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

: —~ Defends

| IN pursuance of an Order in |

Court in the above action made on

the 18th day of October 1950, I give

} Notice to all persons having any rn

| Tight or interest in or any tien in-

cumbrance affecting. All that certain
piece or parcel of land situate at

Marleyvale in the said parish of Saint

Philp and island aforeseid containing

by admeasurement one rood nineteen

perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands of A. Vriltshire on
lands of A. Jordan on laads of ‘&

Rudder on other lands of tt said “A

Jordan on lands of §. Blades on a road

en lands of A. Riley and on the pub

read or however else the same 1

abut and bound.. To bring before me

am account of their said claims wit!
their witnesses, documents and votic!
ers, to be examined by me on any

Tuesday, or Friday between the hou

of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in th:

afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at
the Court House, Bridgetpwn befor:

the 27th day of December 1950,

order that such claims may ble ran

ed according to the nature and prio

ty thereof respectively; otherwise s\

persons will be precluded from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be d
prived of all claim on or against tn
said property

Claimants are also notified that thc
must attend the said Court on Wé
nesday, the 27th day of Decemh«

COURT OF

att







department will be clared for stock} to the tenant Mr. F. Ss. B vi x
taking on Wednesday December 27th tween the hours of 9 a.m und 32 noon |
and will not be opened until Tuesday. YEARWOOD & BOYCE
January 2nd 4951. Fort Royal Garse Solicitors. }
ltd 15,12.50—1
R. P. GOODING, os
Director igned will set up for sale
21,12,50—4n./ at their Office, No, 17 High Street,
~—— , Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th day
of December, 1950, at 2 p.m. the
TAKE NOTICE Dwellinghouse called “Sheldon” and
road moe eee containing 4,845 square
ert, situate at Shot Hall Land, U:
That THE FLORSHEIM SHOE / Bay Street, St. Michael. P ee

COMPANY, a corporation organized ond
existing under the laws of the State of
lilinois, United States of America, whose
trade or business address is 130 South
Canal Street, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, 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 «vill be entitled to
register the same after one month
from the 2lst. day of December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate two
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
p50.
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21. 92.50—8n.

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
PORATED, a corporation organised and
existing 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 foods, and will be entitled to register
the same after one 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
et_my office. |

Dated this 20th
1950.

day of December,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.12.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, 4
British Subject, trading under the style
or firm of The Elite Shirt Factory,
whose trade or business address is No
54 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 antitled to register the
same after one month from the
2lst 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 he seen on application





at_my office.
Dated this 20th day of December,
1950.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21.12.50—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, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection with articles of
elething, and will be entitled to register
the same after one 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.
20th day December,

Dated this
1950. |
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21.12.50—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alphonso Medfoid
of St. Simmons, St. Andrew, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board and = shingle shop
situated at St. Simmons, St. Andrew.

Dated this 9th day of December 195"
To J. R. BDWARDS, Esq..

Police Magistrate, Dist. “F”’.

Signed ALPHONSO MEDFORD,
Applicant.

N.B.--This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “F’, on Friday,
the 28th day of December 1950, at
11 o'clock, a.m,

of





J. R. EDWARDS,
Magistrate, Dist. “F"
22.12,50-—' a.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC
The application of Goulbourne Ashby
Alleyne of Ebenezer Village, St. Philip
for permission to sell Spirits, Malt
Liquors, &c., at a board and_ shingle
shop with shedroof attached at Ebenezer
Village, St, Philip. <
Dated this 20th day of December 1950
To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist.

(Signed)
GOULBOURNE ASHBY ALLEYNE,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “‘C” on Wednes.
day, the ard day of January 1951, +t

‘4 o'clock, a.m.

Police



nes,

G. B. GRIFFITH.
. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C"
Ag. Police ze 29 12,50—-i1

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Wendel! Holder
of Watts Village, St. George, for per
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board and shingled shop
situated at Watts Village, St. George,
near Meeting Hall, a

Dated this 18th dav of December 195”
To C.-in_Di. 1. ee i

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B”. ~

Signed WENDELL HOLDER,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at u Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “B” on Tues-
day the 2nd day of January 1051,\\at
11 o'clock, a.m.

Cc. L. D. H. WALWYN
Police Magistrate, Dist.
22.12.50—'n

LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Hilary Scantlebury
of Holetown, St. James for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., #t
2 storey wall bulid-









ing in Coleridge St. City
Dated this Dist day of December 1950
To:—H. A. TALMA
Police Magistrate,
Sed. HILARY

Dist. “A”
SCANTLEBURâ„¢

Applicant
application will be consi-
Licensing Court to be c
District A” on Tu
of January 1951



N.B.—This

{ dered at a

at Police Court

the 2nd day
; o'clock a.m

| H
1



dzy

A

TALMA
Dist

Pc Magistrate

22.12.50

oI I a a a a i et

Inspection on application to Miss Est-
wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.
For further Particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
13.12.50—12n.





MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

RESULTS of the

Modern High Schoo!
Xmas

Prize Drawing are as follow:
Series Numbers
($100) oF toa
118
a
451
dil
Gan



Ist
2rd
grd
4th
Sth
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th

Prize

ROM eRH

llth,
12th,
13th
14th,
15th.
16th.
17th.
18th.
19th
26th,



402
854
ona

w>OokPon



with ail kinds of foods and ingredients |__|
GOVERNMENT NOTICE

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor-in-Executiv

appointed a committee with the

wharves and warehouses, and t

regulation and improvement.”
¢

organisations should communicate
Secretary, Mr. F. J. Odle of the
January, 1951.

3.

4,

mation will not hesitate to make it

following terms of reference:
“To examine the conditions in the

the loading and landing of cargo, pilfera

The Committee invites persons and organisations interested
to give information orally and in writing. All such

It would be of considerable benefit to the
copies of all memoranda could be supplied.

The committee wishes to oPtain as muc
sible and it is hoped that anyone who can giv

1950, at 10 o'clock a.m. when the
seid claims will be ranked
Given under my hand this 18th «i
of October 1950, Ml
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal,

OFFICIAL SALE

EARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL





(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WILTSHIRE
—Plaintin
GSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

—Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that b
vutue of an Order

of the Assistant
Sree of Appeal dated the 18th day
°

October 1950 there will be set up |
for sale to the highest bidder at the|
Offee of the Clerk of the Assistan:
Court of Appeal at the Court House
Dridgetown, between the hours of
nocn) and 2 o'clock in the afternoo:
cn Friday, the 29th day of Decembe |
195¢. All that certain piece or parce!
cf land situate at Marleyvale in ihe
siid parish of Saint Philip and isian.(
aforeguid containing by admeasurement
one rood ninetean perches or ther
abyuts abutting and bounding on land
ot A. Wiltshire on lands of A. Jorda:
on lands of EB. Rudder on other lands
of the said A. Jordan on lands os
Plades on a road on lands of A Rule)
and en the public road or however
else the same may abut and bound
éna if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every suc.
ceeding Friday between the same
hours until the same is sold for a sur)
not less than £125.0.0

Dated this 18th day of October 195(
Vv. GILKES
Assistant



I
of the
of Appeal

Acting Clerk Court |

e Committee has

port area in regard to
ge, the control of traffic,
© make recommendations for their

persons and
send memoranda to the
Department before 15th

with or
Labour

committee if eight

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[_—— ee =
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| S.S. “GASCOGNE Sailing to Trinidad & French Guiana on
Dec ‘r 28th, 1950
11] SS. “GASCOGNE” Sail to Plymouth and Le Havre via
| Martinique and Guadeloupe on January
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All ships accepting Passengers, Cargo and Mail
S.S. “GASCOGNE” First Class pa Only
S.S. “COLOMBIE” Fi Cabin and Tourist Class passages






& ENAN

for that last minute touch-up

Almost any shade or colour
obtainable at

CENTRAL EMPORTUM

(Central Foundry Ltd., Proprietors)
Cnr. of Broad & Tudor Streets.

THE



h information as pos-
e any relevant infor-
available to the committee.

22.12.50—3n

sien atime 88.18. B08
ST. MICHAEL’S GIRLS’ SCHOOL

BARBADOS, B.W.1.

THE FOLLOWING GIRLS W



ILL BE ADMITTED TO Sr’.

MICHAEL'S GIRLS’ SCHOOL ON MONDAY,









JANUARY
Allder, Loraine Louise
Atkins, Portia Elaine
Barker, Maureen Pamela
Bannister, Vernese Vanite
Bayley, Marie Reginw
Kelgrave Myrna Ethelda
Best, Gloria Anita
Best, Veltine Carmeta
Brooks, Joan Erna
Browne, Patsy Janice
Callender, ellene Elverra
Clarke, Lorraine Lucretia
Drayton, Cecile Beverley
Drayton, Yvonne Aleanore
Foster, Neza Loretta
Francis, Hazel Kathleen
Gill, (Blackman) Harriet Lorraine

Grant, Jane
Greenidge,

Grifff.h,
H

Maureen
Carmen Elise
Barbara Angela
‘ewood, Peggy Irma
arris, Delamo Anita
Haynes, Adeline Roberta
Haynes Isla Geraldine









Herbert, Marguerite Beverle

Holder, Joyce Yvonne

Hope, Margaret Thabo

Hope, Maxine Yvonne

Howard, Catherine Bernice

The Headmistress invites the parent

accompany
9.15 a.m, as she is desirous of meeting th

their daughters/wards to the School on Monday, January

15TH, 1951

Jackman, Lileta
Jones, Ouida
King, Shirley
Lewis, Angela Evelyn
Lynch, Dorothy Irene
Mapp, Barbara Joan
Maxwell, Celestine Plaine
Maxwell, Sylvia Elaine
Morgan, s Cicely
Morris, Orene Vaskti
Niles, Ina Maylene
Padmore, Felicia Caroline
Rollock, Cicely Yvonne
Sinckler, Merle Esther
Thomas, Barbara Augusta
Thorpe, Barbara Ruth

Elien
Yvonne
Patricia









Thorpe, He Parris
Tudor, Valda Elaine
Trotman, Joan Isabelle
Weeke Erla Winifred
Went, loria Yvonne
Went, Shirley Patricia
Winter, Ruth Colleen
Yarde, Ean Ingelow
Yorke, Vyena Jeanette
"Parris, Goraleen
Seantlebury, Ermine Armeta
Craigg, Cecile Cleo
fuardians of the above named gi:

15th, 1951, at

em all individually

D. GALE,
Secretary to the Governing Bod
St. Michael's Girls’ Schoo!



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THe 1s: Step

——

NOTICE




The WOMEN’S SELF oLP _. fowards fulfilling
will be ¢ aa — ’ CHRISTMAS MES '
THURSDAY, 21st. at 12 a.m. re ACE ON GARE GaOeWE i
and will be open on 5 See ate eee canis
SATURDAY 23ra wrts and home
until 3.30 o'clock Let GA Serview heip
Consignors are also asked to with G in your kitehen

note that we will NOT be
paying any money on
FRIDAY, 22nd. Dec., but
will pay as usual on FRI-
DAY, 29th Dee.





OST PPL,
NOTICE

We hereby beg to notify
our customers and the gen-
¢: | public that our main
office will not be open for

ao





MR. MERTON MecCARTY
reouests the pleasure of your
company

A PICNIC & DANCE



99 GSSSSSSS











tress on Saturday, 23rd
ST. JOSEPH'S GIRLS’ SCHOOL nt
XMAS BANK-HOLIDAY ‘4
AND NIGHT Cf *ODINE IST %,
2th December, 1950 (DINER At STIN z
Pienie and Dance eact & CO., LTD g
Admission Z
NTS 2 ° LADYVES 14 22.12.50.—2n x
N supplied by Mr, Hopow A
Jordan's Orchestre .
D Daneing from 12 noon t
NIGHT: Dancing from 9 p to
si | FOR SALE
KEFRESHMENTS ON SAL? wwe 4m
Part of proceeds will be given *o
the St. Joseph's Men's Christia
«sociation 22.12.5020



Just arrived in time for
Xmas.

TOY CARS and VANS
ENAMELS

% For “THE DOCTOR” ,
4 } pt., § pt. 1 pt. tins
X A Solid LEATHER BAG

% Also VALOR STOVES

s F

8 “BANKERS'” CASH BAGS 2- and 3-Burner
Yin best quality Leather OVENS.

x LEATHER ATTACHE

S CASES, Ete, Ete.

s 1 ] NU y

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PAGE EIGHT

Why Not Have England

Foo

tngland were each presented with
By PETER DITTON six Renown Shirts at a function
“ LONDON which took place at Messrs, H. P
see Cheeseman & Co., Ltd., Middle
THE International stage is now empty until April when | Street, local agents for Renowr
England and Scotland meet at Wembley to decide which }Shirts.
country shall become British champions. After that, In- oe a ae ey PIP
ternationals become’ almost as plentiful as flowers in May. | 4, aa Pong Mavemohl?' "tiem
Early in December £E olan | Ww cekes, and Clyde Walcott
played Argentina at ce ley ere atns shirts for Rev. Palmer
Later they. tackled Portug Ba nes, Messrs. C. B. Williams,
Gordison Park. Evertor | THE GAMBOLS M. Werrell, Allan Rae, Alf
around the same time Vaientine. Hines Johnson and W
and -Wales had games a Ferguson, the scorer These will
France and Portugal All eiiher be posted or taken to their
maiches were arranged in owners
nection with the Festiv:
Britain and it goes without
that. it will be a much happie: House Damaged
Festival for these game dati ; j
With only one International as THE root ola eet it Mar-
a preliide to these Fesiival games tinique, My Lord’s Hill, was ex-
—and certain changes bound to enews aamagea When @ a
be made from the last Eng ida broke oo shortly before § o'clock
which drew 2 2 vith Yu via ETON te -Berned’ by. Veus
at Highbury last mo th Wairond and occupied by Joseph
players chosen to represent thi apis eer ee :
country are not going to hav It i understood that Drakes
much opportunity to develop teas was not at home but some-
work. The few days get-together one inforrned him of the incident
they hae before an Internationa Neighbours assisted him in put-
is not sufficient to produce the kin ting out the blaze
of understanding that can produc 1t 16Nn‘T The Fire Brigade turned out
goal-winning moves. What i EVERY WIFE WHO'D HAVE THE but when they reached the scene
needed is real match practice COURAGE TO SHOW HER HUSBAND the fire was already out
against first class opposition A BOOKIES BILL LIKE THAT Scala Ainalathalaniniatecadiierans
No Story “Confused Broadcasi
Once upon a time, and this i: At Alleyne School
no fairy story, the problem usec A PLAY, “Confused Broadcast
to be tackled in just this way ene was included in the pro-gramme |
International trial matches usec St Phil of the St. Andrew’s Church Sun-
to he. held and from these trials e ip day School children at their Con-
the Selectors used to pick the f cert at the Alleyne School last
England team. Then they knew B i Club a
exactly how any chosen playe Ooys A e Chure ho ing carols
faced up to Internationa’, opposi- i there ere also comedy
tion. A CHRISTMAS PARTY was |$!:¢'¢h dance Rev.
It was in 1937 that the last of held. at the St. Philip Boys’ !G ( Mi Wo rdroffe acted as
these real trial games was held Ciub, yesterday evening, Mem- ¢iirma: vhile My Ww jailey
and .it was labelled Probables bers of the club were given gifts | conducted one choir
against Possibles. Such great play- and afterwards entertained with
ers as Young (Huddersfield).|!:uns, ice cream, etc, Mr. J w.l
Cullis (Wolverhampton ) r I.. Chenery, President of the! SEU ELEY RTF:
Gunga eet Appeared in| Club Committee, wished the boys|
ame and it is perhaps inte: , Cc is acs a
esting to recall that of the 22 Happy, Christmas. | volte gaipmonettbean cid
selected, only two, Bartram of The Club Choir sang While
Chariton who was the Possibles’) Shepherds Watched Their Flock mf
goal-keeper and Compton ., Away in the Manger” and Was -|
Arsenal who was their right-bactr | sail Also on the programme}
are still playing in first class socce was a play, “Good King Wences
England's successes in those day ‘jus and for this the boys were
bore ample testimony to the use-| highly applauded, Messrs Vv
fulness of these games Englana| rowne and P. Hall condueted
were on top of the football world! the choir,
They won the International Cham-! Major Frank Walcoti highly
pionship that season with maxi-| commended Misses Grave Bushell
mum points. + tend Iris Kirton for their part in
Unfair | making the function a success. melded the following:

Of course, it would b
suggest that the re-intre

these trial games would produce
upsurge [n
standard of English football
at least it would give a chance t¢

an immediate

young players on the fringe of ‘A

first International honours. At the} ‘pre Combe ; FOS dr® 8.8. 8 to meld

same time it would show whether! (4 es ombermere Schoo] Glee sitter ey aa

players such as Lawton and an eee 6 See W recital of Joker. as these cards are stint

Hagan, former Eng igdme® gea| Soe a t ymbermere Wnaccounted for and your

‘eae enough 10 mee. the pi vas ‘hool last night A big audi part a TT you me Bare scene

they have lost. And most impor-! ence which included the Gov- doker you might well be wast-

tant of all, it ‘would give England ernor and his wife attended Mea git nionet for at leant
Ath, F maT le ‘| The recite ste : . p hree Elghts are known to be

Internationals an opportunity to The recital lasted an hour and i » Opponents’ hands

play in more International-type | ‘ half and was conducted by

soccer r Pe) Mr. O, A. Pilgrim ;

Disadvantage of trial games is On the programme of eight -

that players are not inclined to go

i shich were sung
all-out against club colleagues : ya & i
gues, | ne Ree Ree c 7 ’ mn ,

but we 2 oy al crepnacetiy sly eer saaews diols soleus hich What's om Today
small matter, for which allow- eee . oe ee ae ' >
ances can be made, when compared ; ay wg oe oe Ms A a Court of Ordinary — 10.00
with the res ) se these, e accompanists were a.m.
games. Pa eanaR aN Mr. I, L, Gittens and Mr, B, D Sale of house at Welchman

Players I would like to see given Callendar Hall, St. Thomas, by
am opportunity in such a trial t Messrs. Hutchinson &
ao played shortly before th Banfield, Solicitors, James

ngland-Seotland match are Street—2 p.m.
Williams (Wolverhampton); Ram-_|, Err RD BRIDGE Sale of house at Fitts Vil-

sey (Tottenham),





W.I. Players Get
Renown Shirts
anager and some of the

thall Trials? siteh woureiae of the 1950 West

Indies cricket team = w ho toured


























e unfair to 9, 0.0.2

Wd
6 6, 6. 6, Joke
You also know Mat In the
piic vhich your
opponent has
three Eights



duction of
Governor Attends
Glee Club Singing

the
Bu

ght-hand
just taken are
and two Kings,
ch

vet been

have
You hold

(PHERE is another exception
to the rule that you should
not make your first meld tn
the early stages of vulnera-
bility without taking A
discard pile. This occurs when
the opponents have just
taken a fairly large pile. plac-
ing you on the defensive

You must meld tmmedi-
ately in the hope that your
partner can match your melds
and that you can go out
quickly before the opponents
bave made too big a score
But be careful how you meld
eg your opponents have
netdea





‘ctions there were twelve carols,

three vocal solos

L, Smith lage, St. James, at office

c
(Arsenal); Johnston (Blackpool) ¢ By M. Harrison- Gray ; of Vincent Griffith, Auc-
Franklin (Stoke City). providins Dealer: North $ tioneer, Shepherd Street
his lay-off has not affected him Game all —2 p.m.
Dickinson (Portsmouth) N Paty 2 het “A”

: : arty at District “A for
ere sheer) canea & © 1076 policemen’s children—4.30
(Hull), = Milburn (Newcastle) ie oF pit,

Bailey (Tottenham) and Medley ¢ 3 K o's 8 Special Xmas programme at
pers aie ‘ Hastings Rocks by Police
Opposing them I would like to « Ww s . ’
see Ditchburn (Tottenham); Rob- ces e s 32 Band—8,00 p.m.
‘ ss ae Ki ¥uUIBS 4? The Police Band will give
inson (Middlesbrough) Astor (“eK Q10b6 O97 ;
ster ite » Ecker < A ‘ their usual fortnightly
(Manchester United) or Eckersle © @39545: hE ;
na i Tri ralwar. Z : Concert at the Hastings
(Blackburn ) Wright (Wolver- . oa at & otalodk tentaht
hampton), Compton (Arsenal) @ su4gs a $a eanirat See
Watson (Sunderland); Hancock ee 8 The oe rel ae nes
(Wolverhampton). Hagan (Shef my ; § popu “ carols an or
field United), Lawton (Notts iia tas ena cialis eis tunes that are requested,
County). Mannion (Middle missec in Room | because 2

brough),

and Langton



Gardner May Fight

(Bolton) South dia
wi 4
Norih

soutt

not care
sing ielon
bic One
One

The Weather

.
Brion Or La TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.11 a.m.
LONDON Sun Sets: 644 p.m
Jack Gardner new Moon (Full): December 24
British Empire h Lighting: 6.00 p.m,
champion may make hi High Water: 2.16 a.m.,
here against either 1.37 p.m.
Starza of New York YESTERDAY
Brion of Argentina, Rainfall (Codringto.):
Sam Burns _ busines.

for promoter Jack Solomons said ,
today he will send terms to both

of the young contender
at Earls Court

round bout
on March 27,

Gardner won his titl
Court by stopping
cock in 11 rounds last n

The young British
who already has agree
is en route to South A

series of exhibitions—(C.P.) LONE OW Rae

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When tHe oe
HEAD OF THE
HOUSE GOES

OVER THE FRAU’S
MEAT BILLS

HE REALLY

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sruce

to torce ¢
Diamond. ¢

Diamond

soul I Spade North
fi ; Two Spades the partnership ?
x finally reaching a small slam ¢
Starza {sonra
In Roon North: bid One $
, Dec. 20 Clu Sour! [wo Spades. <
ly-crowned int North jumped to Foe §
as Serna an ped Sout hen bid >
eavyweight » Four No Trumps (Culbert- 2
Ss next fight * son onvention) on the ¢
Roland La : rength of his three Aces. §
or Cesar ' and North s response of Pive 9
No Trumps showed @ A and 3

S managei ’ two black Kings South ¢ -
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day: 3.06 ins,
‘Vemperature (Max.): 82.0° F
Temperature (Min,): 715° F
\Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,
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Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered

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Htilchlnaon A Co Lid lt.it.lt MB UKOCCJIV ITDM Bw—t lar*e aa-ortmenl cocktail and other kmda. bone* of Mil ketchup, bot'. pickle-, boti olive*. .near. W A Medfoid, Pr Wtn Henrv Street .:a 4n. OROCFJIV ITKMB—Ttnnew Ham 1 lb to n Iba. each Tinned Fruit Jama and Jcllle, Tinned Pe-. b.it cherric peekm raialn*. (iiirant. W A Medlortl lr Wm Henr^ Sliect 11 *> 4to. Q %  11 v RaHl CTllPaTUffll flherrle*. Brandy. Whialo.-. Liqueur', white winei, •paikllnK Burgundy. Porla. Beer. Slout. Vermouth W. A Medford, Pr. Wm. Henry Street 90 1150*n limrHITIIOLD EgUIPMEMT of all o.ription Owen T Allder. Roebuck treet Dial 33M. II 11 SO—3.. JUST Received Letter fire and Poolrap Filing FoldoriPhona T. Oedde. Qrant Ld.. 4443. IS.IUO—n. LIQUEURS—See ui for Crime de Menthe. Strawberry Brand., and Cremo d'Oranga. Large botttn ItA: Small S Do not be akepUcal of the quality due t) the prr Orop In -ml lawte witlmut 11 'K-n m MOUNT (IAV DI**TLI.I.F.Illi-N ITI> II KM ]lr 1-ADIKS: Embroidered Anglalac In beautiful deugi.i and colouii )it>t opened again for rou Yea: III at THANl'S Pr. WmHenry St. DUI *4g and Swan %  L 14.11.10— If n tK COFFEE Freah Oilpmanl of thl. II now In the handi of your grocer. John P. Ifutann Ltd. 31 %  .• •". OVITN GLAaHWAItr; -.-i.ienU OvemT-ble Olaaaware makea %  welcome gift I ahlpmenli Include Tll'haa. Plate* PERMANENT NKEDLEB (or vojr record plan and needle* of all kind.*. record* of nil kind* too A BAKM* B CO. LTD. MI1W t I XHAS PR1J*W*TS-Ju*i rc*i\Fd ..> time for Xnu< Preeenti I either it TWed' Perl "me and Lotion Knight %  ^d tO.lIM -3.wmm BENT HOUSES W1NSLOW Black Rock I tanuarv Pnr furlher partleu 33, D. A Browne. Black •l-RBT Caltle-iih. fr-n '3th Jan.ni: r .nhad. for particular* nr* NB '*> *r f urn I.had J.i 4 bedrnom* and a] !>venie>u-a* Appl Mkw |M %  £.11 U2d %  BffiAFOHD u,„„i„^ ( !-. U Jimim l' Ph4M>e gU J C Roneiti Government Nlll TAKE NOTICE •xuiing under the lawi of the Stair %  lUrnoll. United Statea of Amcnct*. trade or buUnaw. add.eu 13D Bout I Cajnal Street. City of Chicago. But* .> nllnoli. United State* of America trad ing a* Manafactuprra, haa applied (.1 ire reanwrallon of J ti ad* mark In Pai -A' of Register In connedion w.t. Men %  and Women* ahoe*. Sport Shoe* and Boot* and will be entitled b regiator the aame after one monli Hal day of DeccmiMIfM re*** !" lion The trade -*n on application Daed thl* 10th 1 thr II WU.I.IAMS Heglntrar of Trade Maik. Il.BJO 3n :.s r.r; ss; &sr" %  "" ii* at 1pm IruD-eiicm on agkBllcatton to the tenant Mr. K a Btlrrow*, wT t-*an the hour, of a .m.ndi,J'' VEABWOOD A IIOVCB |H ll.SO ; ,. Up for -al-f l*Th Street. lie aih d.y I.rchei or thereabouta attjttlnaT nt %  ai land, of A \. Utah Ira o. \ Jordan on 1 Ruawei on other land* of ti*t um \ .idar an land, of , Blade* on a 1 <4 tn land* of A RJley and on tnput, rc*d or however ele* the aam*. n. %  but and bound To bring beton* WM m. account at their -a,d r.aim* *, i.'.etr witaaaaaa. documenta a-id von. I er. to be eiamlned b> ro*> on tni TUe**lav or Friday M*m. th, IH>. Uar-.i'i md 1 11. %  the Office of th-"C1i <•"* Court .f Appeal in IB** %  Balling toaaa aUrterd.n*— -•-ad' int. im-fwim. i*o .lad in> Janaary lM. m Sailing liom Hambui. 1' bay, ItJfl %  • aaStSMgr 1 LNfe December %  Itb. Deotmber. -ttw. .. %  'Cottica" ,lath DOcaanbei 1M. ... "V. iihaautad" Itt •**•*Ind J.nuar'. i<*eidam m %  Oun j i g i d %  •SB iLlmlted p.aeng*t aceonui.odatlon I:..PI. S P MUSSON. SON A CO LTD. Ag*nU OP and *•.* %  !•— 1K i\ I s( IKKIMH OTYNl;KS ASSOCIATION Inr Tr-lophone: IHi: rth day o r that iuch accotdbtg to m* nalui* and %  % %  ur Canadian National Steamshipfi LI 1 LI 11 I 1 I .. O >OTM>: Ik. 1VIIMH. .,,, IIM ,. bt .! %  •. n I'll'KSIIA1 1.1 „ ,. DM D %  Aft KlitY UM • %  U J.u orlork cnort trv alw> Mtietl |o note that v.v will M>I laf -n. men. II1)AV :;„4. mt bu will puf i usual on FRIMf, lh N. THE l.i STEP N WISI IBVUTUI A PICNIC A DANCE luivcu 1 M Ll.'l, Claimant. mint attetvt .... ic-day. the Jlih da 1B50. .1 10 o'clock am -Ken •i'ld claima will be ranked l^DV NELSON l_AD\ IIOUMS LADY I -rba.1... ! DM -De30 Dec — J" JOB. i Jen >• — l .b I in u r* IBB THE underilgned will %  1 their osk*. No U HI ntidfr|„wn. on Thujagav tft "f LVcember. IBM. at 1 Dwll-nghouae called • Shelgonin* Und thereto contaln|na: 4 ftta rauari fe-1. alluatc .t shot Hall lljT u£2, U.v Street. Bt. MiehaeL PP ^ Innpection on application In Hit* Eai wtfk at -Lukmore. Upper flay Street lor.i of s-le apply 1.. COTTLE CATFOHD A Co 1111 ag-lin NOBTRROI'NII I APT RODNT.V IAPY NEIJHOS I.AIIV 11 l^DY N1XSON MODERN HIGH SCHOOL TAKE NOTICE Thai STANDARD BRANDS TNCORI-ORATXD. a cporaiion organiied .-id eni'img under the lawa of Ihe Btal* of Dalawar*. who** trade or bu*li>*u -ddre*. 1. SM Madlaon Avenue. New Vork. New York. United Stale, of America, trading a* Manufacturer., ha* applied lor the regutralion of a trade mark In Pert "A" of Regltler in e^ruieollo,! llh all ktndi of food* and ingieglnit. Of foodand will be entitled lo ragine' Ihc um* after on* month (rom ih. ll*t dav of Decwnher IBM i*nl*M.me peraon ahall In tha meaiitmia giM %  olice in duplicate to me jt my ,,-u1.1 oppoMtlon o( .jch refill ration. The trade mark can be *r*n on applicalio | rt my oSVe Dated thl* loth dav of December IM Mth ITlh la-;. OFFICIAL SALE >URT or I MBBBBBl Fa'** and ti.'a iMUDol LN THE ASSISTA1-. ^ vi n AI'l-EAl. lEquiiable Jurmiiciioi, FRANK IJWI5 WILTSHIRE OSCAR EZEKIEL IHI*TBMaaW Nor,c ? a „„„ .^.P'i'^Ti Ulue of an Order of the Auuun %  "J Ap PT" 1 *** %  U>*h da' 1 o-tcbar iMo ih,,, will b **-t ui "" •' '"• CleS of the A-n.tam •f Appeal at |hc Com 1 ,,.i-, GARDINER A'.STIN CO„ LTD. A.cnt. I betw BM — 3 o'clock HI BB Friday, the a*., 0lv ,. IMC. All that ,-nlain pieceor parrel ( Und lltuate at Marie 11 %  old i-n-h of Balr,i Hulip aiul ina. -Oft BBd in-it-ming by admeiH.renirn' %  roi.J nlneleaii perrhe* or lh*g %  •jut* abuttuaj and bumMm. on land of A WlH-hlro on Und* of A Jot*., 4 T. fc iii l Bf BB other ia..d. SL-fc ,0 i" 1 *%  -' ••"*• sj %  i?*" •".*• rl a "" tana A "Air. and o.. Ih* public r..l n. boweer. rin the .ante may abut ami bound £3! ' !" ' •Son aold the *aid prop,..*. -ill be *| U p lor aale on every >ue. J*I rruU*hetwaar. the aaai i'. IM than flBiiD Dated thi. JBIh day of October 1S> •Mew ,„ L V JSS of Appeal 1 1 III.. .l I IHViSVII VMHMI (French Line) ss ,: --I <3M BtiUni 10 nun Oulsii ss 1; \s< KiNI Sailing '< %  ss -ctii.' I.\II;II BBill to Tnnidftd, U Qualra ciirrat>. Cri Januari TH11*50. E-S. "COLOMBII j 1.. 11.,, pa Vl( Msrliinjn. and G 1 idsloui i 'Hie. IMO • M..H I %  PM lu inn 1 %  R. M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents. UM II WILLIAMS. RrCl.tiar of Trade Mark. L'l l| M I TAKE NOTICE That Matlbow Rudolph Oonaerr** • BrllUh Subjeci. trading undn the .is;. or firm of The Elite Shirt Fnrtorv. who.* trade or bualneM addrev. >. No 3* Richmond Street. City of Port-ifSpain. Uland of Trinidad. Bntuh We-t Indi*-. haa applied for th* |BaljtnUon %  'I 11 trad* mark In r M <-A" of Hr."ii. m i-oniMll.il. with arllcle. of clothing •nd will be ajntltlrd lu re.T-ter Ihe Mtn* aflej one month (rom the ll.t day of lw.rr.L-, IM* -II th* 1 '..HI-. notice in duplicate to m at my •fllri of oppoaltlon of such r*gl-lration. The irode mark can bo aren on application it tnv office Dated thu 10th day of Deccmbei nia, II WIIJ.IAVS Rrgtitrai of Trade Mark. II %  W> %  TAKE NOTICE That MATTHEW RUDOLPH OON %  SALVES trading Under the a%.-| r or flri" of The Elite Shirt Factory, a BrltUh aubirel. who.c trade or biuine* addnv U No. 34 Richmond Street. Cilv of Port O f BBOBI. Wand of Trinidad. Brill*" we*t Indie, ha applied for Ihe regi'tratlj-i of ti-de mark In Part •*" of Rentier lu connerllnn with article. 0* ckthin*. and will be entitled lo regiatrr the itmt after on* month from the 11*1 day of December 1MB unlearnt** peraon *hall in Ihe mean tun' Btva ng4BM In guplK'-le to me at my oBlrOf gBSOMBOB of *urh regie-ration The trade mark can be .een on applicatn.'at awr office Dated Ihl* 30th day of Dacetnbei IMO. II. WQJ.tAMS Regutiar o> Trade Mark* II IEM In GOVERNMENT NOTICE HIS EXC-LLEHCY IH. Guvcrno.-n.-Exec,,,,,. Cun„n,...e b., appolnled a commiltce wilh Ih. fullowint Irnn. of r-I-noM ... ," T i c """ i "' "" '""cUllon. ,n Ih.. porl „,, ,„ reg.rd lo the loading and landing ol cargo, pllletagt. lh e control of tr.fflc Wbma and warehouses, and lo make ,ooommen.lat,„ ra for IM„ regulation and Improvsirifnt.'' 2 Tlu, CommlllM. mvitcs |KTI and organisations lnlcr..tl "r..T ,""" rm /"";" """" nd '" % %  "'"* %  *" •<"" pnWnnd orguWOon. should comrnunic.t. W*th c send memoranda lo Ih, Ja^^ 1MI L X "" "*<""""* %  **"•" 'S'" 3. 11 would b. ol considerable bcnclil lo Ihv .ommlttcc if eight copies of all memoranda could be supplied. 4. The commlllee wUim lo obtain as much informaUon as po. lble and 11 „ hoped that anyone who can give any relevant into 22.12.50 3M ..M.hi.lil, nl rUK tICXIIi.lL 1 MI-IHlll M tCnlral . board and ahingle .hop %  ituoted at SI Simmon.. St Amlie* Dated thia 'tth dav of D*c*mb-r HSl To J R EDWARDS Eaq Police Magtatrate. Dili. "P". Signed ALPltuNSM MEDTORn Appllcai.l N B ThU applicotinn will be eonudered at a l.icen.tng Court lo bo bam Police CuiiM. Di.lrl.t "F", BB l-.lda. %  Btth day of December IOS-I ->' o'etnrk. am. J B EDWAJtnS PolK-e MBglMrate, Di*l f HUM .. UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Ooulbourne Ahb~ Al.*vn of Bbeneaer Village. St Ph'li> for permlulon to -ell Spirit* Malt Uquor. Ac at a board and ahingle %  hop with ahedroof attained at Etamci-r Village. St Philip Dated thi* SMh day of December IBM To G. B ORIFT1TI1. i •. Ag Poll.* Magutr-te. D..t I IMBBBSI I, lll"l'l(M AtillHV AI.I.PYNF Applicant N B -ThU appllcatloii will i-e Mn %  Htered at > Ltronalng Court to be hold at Police Court. Dt.Ine! 'C" on Wadnea. dav. the 3rd day of January 1MI ti I o'clock, am O II GRUTFITH. Ag. Police MagiMrate. Dint LIQI'OR LICKNS.E NOTICE The appikMtlon dell HoWor of Walla Village. St G*rg*. lor ,•! mitaton u, wll Spirit.. Mart laaBtMr*. Ac at a board and >hlrg,ld -hop .dueled ..I Watt* VUlag*. St G*oi/e i-H Meetlin Hall Dated thi* iMh d' ol DocenAer l'i To C. L. D H WALWVN. Eaq. Police Mtd-lrat. Di. R gnod WENDEU. llcROEIt AfgMiean. N B — Thiapplication will bvioer'd at a Lrcemunr Coin • fl nt Police Court. Dltrici "B" on Tu** day the Ind day of January IdSI .\>t 11 oclork. am. C. U D. II WAl.WYN Police Maglatrai*. Dlat B 21 11 BO i' UQUOR UCEWSE "fOTIC The appHratui" oi Hllar. Scanliebin r-f Hmetown St J-i foe pormtu.o. lo **ll Spltil*. Malt Liquor*. Ac buttom fiooe of 1 *lorev wall bui.o Maf tn Coleridge ^' Dated thi. taat da* -( Dee—nr— IBM To—H A TA1JIA Police Magtatrat*. Dial ~A Sfd HIlAHi MAMIJltl.' *VBBH>SB4 N B ThU %  pplicat.fn will It CO darod at a Li f nal n a; Court to be ICH .1 Police Court rHatrict A" on Pi-** B01 Ihe Hid dav of January ISM >t 1 rani H A TALMA. A %  LMil-ld Roberta i.. Kucrlte ll.'M Holder. Joyet %  %  %  BpB, MBBlg II... ...I It. r The He...i -. •, i compan. their dai . I MM ii de-ir.ni. of i I IfajglU % %  "'•' >'•>•• i ''• IbUlock. Curly ti.imr Hint'Hei Hi I i. Thonvti*. Rarbaiu Auttii.tt i' orp* it %  i .i Rutii Thorpe llarel Parrl* T,loi. Val.l., I Ti4BUkn, Joan lubellc rt.eke. fj in . Went. BhlrlB* Pain. I.. craaaj cn* ci*o triiardian. of the ai... ..h.-,l on Muiulav |BI §H\ all individi.*ll> D. DALE. ItCfOt BT l %  > ii'. OLYMPIC THEATRE OPENING TO-MORROW TO SUNDAY 1st INSTALMENT HI: mm.H siitixr ?&A '*/, /o/r ? i """>////„„/7/ %  THAT hi'neloM fcrlini that you're IIM weak. 'nol op la a' any lopgcf umpl> mean, ilmt TOu'ro hgcti taking io-> BBCB out of t ouriHr. Youibia.lt i-.li..rl"f ItMH'v,.,!,,! .llWlglhcuina; .piuxu* aad prutna. TtaguBB agrrngthrrMMl TB pal „u l( hl. y.iu nee.l 1 vnurw >.f "Sarutogon* Ncce TOBH l.-J •** DBBB' combinoi ihcac two atrat hod. -huilJin.(bed* photphoni* BBd prtntin in Unit oral k mo UM U^y are quifkly obtorlteil mm „„ ivtlOBI. Iliy By day gloriou* ii l.r.llli. >uu th and nuhty flow •BfOBBh y"' *hutc hudy your %  tioii*lli and H-II A-mliJerwc come baAB I Slail on a vuuneol 'o-iinugcn' ioda>. ,,(. I goo.f ,'„ 'SANATOIBEN' I and dmsgiala vi.Hi rotvc KUIU ft'Sllltt. lit lllll FaW ararJ '.tanaraaav.' N<\\ SHOWING \Y THE i *i i* i II i<: i SHOWING SIMULTANEOUSLY AT THF WB MgarON Mel -.Bit kND KIOHI **.b Ibntak., .,„ Ml % %  i %  i. i %  1A1 > t of proc**d* will l. I %  a W*n t VAW/rW/. ft > %  l> %BX| i t J4, I X.MAS GIFTS I \ IBM I I \TIItR HA(. \ AIBB | BAMtEBR ( AS|J BA<;s J jj IB brM quollly I^lbri ^ IrATllfcK MI MII, J, MS lie He. I NEVVSAM & CO. ''•w.v.v.>. WAVWtW ; | ;•. 'a^e-v>-v>*> v* s > eav>y < NOTICE Ws Mirbv bt lo notify 3 .irtd ihp d*fj*7 i ui in that ow n i %  HI iwt betipen for v S iturttaj 23rd \ INM AI'STIN < & CO.. LTD S J* 13 5" 2n V I Oil SAI K Jilst arrived in lime Inr \.u... id VANS TOY CARS KVVMKI.S 1 pi.. I pr, I pi. tins V AI.OK ROTH 2and J-Burner OVKNS 101 lllb. I,\I!\I,N TWSniaJn (OfflN %  MM ClAKKi • DON HltCHIT HOUSE PI1IR5. IB. I. SIIMIOKD I011IY IIO V \ I. -•lib .'..ii. A -Jftfh fffgc I tut I i,i i,,,i,,.,,/ that last minute (.11 I can be lound at our Booth at the Barbados Aquatic Club LOUIS L. BAYLEY JEWELLERS So/Ion tant and Barbados Aquatic C/u6 .i TWkvnwmWtt F/\TRY MANAGERS r.kr thU ..,,,..., i„„i,. „, .bULoloj a**j re u alrenala tn I GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Ii.mini front || in upwjrili MILD STEEL HBU. Rounds, Square* In all HIXBB BOLTS & NUTS-AII Si,,. FILTER CLOTH—White Cotton Twill At BUSH Uiat cannot be repealed |a*S tMHtllOV HUM,n Lldm •ram PAK* IOAD, T. HICILUI I1IAL .UI aaa*al WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD. Dear Ladies You are cordially invited lo come and see CHRISTMAS TREASURE Wr rpfer to two outMnnrtinjily briiutiful inn tfrinls admirably appm|M I.I itfor EVENING DRESSES SHOT MiHKl TAPFKTA & 13.05 per yd. Mm SKIN 'if SJ.M per ft In shudes that pay rouil In formal heauty. TIH--. neu and magnlfirrnt F.brin will idenlilv you wilh fa-hion Wm. FIMJARTY LTD. I





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Frida? I... ... I..r 22 1 5 O BaTba&ns fluurjcate Free World Threatened SAYS U.S. DELEGATE .. fjfetfuiir.nnc ,ne hemlspherBfjaJnal of CnmTee i .,, % %  h. ... tlate .r y HM Unit the Coun %  RTCfSlVI ''ommuniJm carried oul by satelUu hi trough) lion in %  %  world i %  I %  eilOjUiii;; ;i res HutlOtl t lar••! ll iiee n*li %  : fly and The UnJ i oclcgate li Council %  World crisis Involve* prohknni repeefall I to Ult south,p' •' them %  let lh %  i oni on ihc Tuc brM ai %  i' They adopted the raaolullon and began lavine plant for the meeting ol Rrulrr U.N. Troops Withdraw From Hungnam -ELROPE \jteds Claim Seoul INSPIRED SAYS ACHESON ft'\Sl %  %  Qeneri I Ultad C .. ; %  %  rha Pn %  .'. i it ihb %  % %  i I 01 in full I oratatj bv countries r Wei %  %  %  AussiesTottnd YESTERDAY scavenger* ot Bridgetown were luteitained lo a Xaia* party at the taawafatl 1 Dept, Chmrh TOlagl M. F. D. Mottley. CP. ChuHi.i.' of | B aging i.,,bove loining the 12,875 Bailk Casiialtit-s 0 TOKYO. Dec. |L t'nllcd Nation* Force* In Korea, excluding South Korean troop* *un>reil Itjlf casualties d urine Ihr "reported disaster" from November 27 lo December It. General MacArthur announced In a communique today. Theae ii.n"*f 1.1 111...Ml.ll". %  "• l.-ll.1 kUled. wounded and misalni in action. Of Uutotal. 11.965 casualties were suffered by aeven 1 "'in! States division* and Uie remaining 1,1111 b> "OUIT I nit.-il Natlona inK .The heavleiit caauaJUr* were In the American Second l n i .MI 1rj Division ho!> loeace totalled 4.131 in >-tu In the withdrawal from the Ihuiigchon front in Northweal Korea. Next were rim involved nt Uir Himorawl from i IIIIIINencirclement In the ('basin reservoir area. The first Marine Division with : vu casualties .,u.l the Seventh Infantry Division with 2.007. Other division and then lokces during the period Mere: the 25th Infantry: 1,606. The Slat Infantry 605. The 1st Cavalry; 443. The 24th Infantry; 14C. (a en or a I MarArtliura i oiikiniiiiKu" laid these i %  .-n.Mi"were "not unusual" in comparison with thoae suffered in "aim (lar situation* in other wars.' —Reuter State Of War WITH GERMANY %  %  1 %  v ,u state The date : .i in Una Uoni <>t Franco, B %  i tht Hi tad % %  %  in purpose of Ami % %  i. bV Ith Uw de ra il Kopn'i e and io brfn| cloaer association with tintree world, in Term inut ion Of thi was quite dunii • from ans Anal settlement thai might be conatdorod ith <;• % %  It would in oo waj affi DO • mch matdobtJ and claims. The Hi French Foreign Bfinlaten derided %  %  rccupying powers stkOUh 1 I %  state of W8J with Q> I 1 I" moment. i i.'iinir .i have UUIOMnCO I Center. Nepal ^ Ul Gel INew Constitution DELHI, Doc 21. %  termed (no Government of India .; ii proclamaUoa addrt % %  od to i'f Nopal ;. infl | I Decerebi I told in*' Indian Parliament today Nehru cimmunicalion an 1 iimitin memoran uu:, propoauiBthe sniine up of a Coi LABOUR DIRECTION M\ ) FOLLOW REARMAMENT — In Britain LONDON. DM 21 PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE %  tmben ol till rwl digcuaaed nxlu Brltigh %  Icj wl ch li Ukely i<> l)f eoAaideraMy tflgcted b speed up. Before leaving London t<> ipond Chrigtinag ol his cotAitry ragidencc "Chtqusra" late to lay, Mi UthM ed to confei will Fort Ign Secret Bevfn, just back from Western Union talks at Brussels. TinCabinet may dlgcugf the industrial implications ol n immediately after Christmas. women i tn will be %  kb brought under Labour 1 itvtion Inn ii silly (U'U'i'ioralion ".ut. i re would i ot be carried through without a battla with some of th<' (. vernment'i own supporter*. A Mrcng Labour HI U lli-uae of Cooiiiona which would flkh. afuinst Labour direction n n %  .uiifni wet nan in the Bhe and slim wltl l.ick had jnd brown eyei, niidandi^ nuike-up und %  a-Uton. wewridl jewelrv. At homo the lived all her life behind a veil an Arab cuetom tnande.1. i.ut abroad iho dreeaed in Euroiw.ii, st>) tllK the %  UK) 4 COACHES DERAILED VAUDREUIL Qu> Foul COechai Of a ToronUiI, hall tut %  reach a record iii the thi t.-r of 1950. according < %  < flgurea publlsluM here h\ the High COOI%  .1 '. 5 per cent i %  -inUnltad %  tor to $21 %  intUof three 1 %  %  %  %  day *hilc crossinK a hridge OW thi Bl 1 W west of M I "ducts. A few passengt ;""' ptrtland injured -^Beutrr Keuter YMAS PAIITi AT -TVnOI. I OT" Russia Charter* /hi fish Ship LONDON, Dae 21 I Russia has chartered the llritish %  ta amei SUnrrjIm to carry 7.000 Mala] in rabbi i OVOT C3.000.000 to Odessa in May i %  mi I i %  tlnnk this is %  %  I..nt ..t rubher cvci .fin a foreign ship Ku-.M.. h alwayi bat .. coni, ,. %  , rubber and *<• far thi climated to have purchased about 50.0(10 tons. —Reuter rvtem." Truman ial< itdiTi Ua < i in Bu %  North unit) w II I e %  bung t. %  %  %  %  III .iii tl 1.1 • ol tht fn %  %  rid %  hi on I II ll full report on |l,. % %  eling Ti utnitn said he was greatly enHingad to beai fron At hi on il oui way" in which repre'( theea counb Nuit the job "bringing; to lih Uu nllRary and economic ,u. hi.North Atlantic community Ache*on had repotted, ha added t Fiitonean nations saw in 'Jcnei.d Ri nliouci .ip| n nl IIC" proof of Iho firm intention of free iiatiorlonether TTuman'i statement ooacludad l.i there l# no mistake about it omt> of DM M.I Europe ""<•21 nit Von Roman Catholic Archie*! to-day from %  West Oerman %  I After I WU reK '. German Idlng '•lergy rt in the Front". numhei I : i.nal Frlngs, of j 1 and Mhhael Cardinal %  M —Reuter Italy Will Produce DeHavilland Plums LONDON, I>ec. 21 The i)e HavUlaad Air* I i (ompany announced today that ,i uon t vampire e Mavtlland Company has delivered > number of Vampires from Entfhaing the IMUK nine monttis. The Italian Government has now i laced a second order lor bnlum 1 • %  lit Vampires, the company added — Reuler. SrtfHul iVsi Match I i ihr Setond leal Match eatavaea i iui 'ml ata aaia at Mribourn. eawh started today. >..:-. %  %  Uie IM and de< Ided lo % %  %  The wicket waa dearribed a one oi tlie Itr-d Maa -t Melttournr for rears. Australia uffernl an earl* lu> vvnen Morris was out to ssodaei when he had *coe€l '. Then Well Hareej i' eat ta Hedrr when he had %  cored 4! I.alet score al limr of |oln lo | res* ll 67 for l Kail of wirkela 1—g. 2—? I'umplon K oul ag Use game dae to a heee inlurv j'id I'arkhouse ha Uhen hi* ptoea Warr ha1 *< o dropped I trili i in Offvn Slavs 82,000,000 Britain further endlturi LONDON l>" bai i fTarad Yugoslavia £2.000.000 loan (or -x%  material! The Brit Q sinmeni gave Yugoslavia • ilKI loan in the middle 1 Novembai HyuBOalav Ambassador, Joseph Hrilci. who 'ia'1 tailed at the Foreign OITice this rnoralna aa n treat appiciiation of the Mulish move and i i Inform h Q iw n menl. N Ri i. nt Brltlah teononkli aid lo Yugoslavia has ln-en IIH.II\ .itcd h\ help the Vtlgn l.iv tiovII nment ti the erl ed by thb year's severe drought 111 Hll I No "Trap* M.I i %  N Bnteaam, IN i .i.-iu of Ira I : i lat Chi Ken pi epresonl Ot bal II ol % % %  i % %  i ropoaal oi I %  %  4 %  i Ri %  III. HUM) II MU1 I • bet of |l I IM I and elali I %  %  %  ii iwal in i by thi I i %  %  iiimni'i on %  the Mth %  %  • % %  %  I on Uu %  i HIM i %  nl .>f Kaexong had .i i ommunista and ink under (Ire. iiQMnaj .-MID tniM nort mth u %  ,uh the Rlvei I %  I •' Bg tnmunUt I UJdaj that the "PeoI II Boeihei i ., .i Korean the "North h id declared Seoul to t I aanding to %  TinChinese volun r arm.'' rainfero ontli • | K, kn roreei . R i Uo tald that OOHh clalma, the p I IMM veluntaan In the Of % %  H %  %  itireh f.i I .H 1e*pl %  neuter uu nit: .\nvm*ATF riiK NBWI %  btg Ilia Dag er Mcht T\\\ \D\IM Ml PAT! roa NFWW NEW TANK WEAPON i %  w %  %  %  I %  i li Who phi -.id a big part i %  pawn! 'i belli %  ., %  that ll %  i %  .II ii al % %  %  i; Reft i ring K thi Di Bt aid iheni nt glC.lt i wet %  I". ' % %  %  rendei d nk obaol Imporhuit," i' foi the Itll'M.lTI.in .. 10,000 taal I iham the Their arhoU doctrtno •! land irarfara revolvei about tanks [:iassert artlllerv • %  • \,i-\ Reuter GELBEY^ Ipanish Wanes Mainiamfla scimi' High Standardof BJ! Quality as nr •,. shipped to "Jl.V the \V(-M Indies for (he past fifty yeurs OVER $500,000 WILL BE SPENT ON SCHOOLS rosr-of SPAIN DM I-. Iban hall u mill doltal %  (' r> iincl w I.BMd for Uv %  i <• spoilt ih Mllfdlm Under 2j.. CELEBRATE B.B.C. W.I. SERVICE CHILDREN sround tha Ohrletaaaa trse at "Tyrol Oof yesterday T*ainf. Uay-teu m au anaa la la tag pfjafT3x;fl. itea atory ePegs 6), i .. LONDON. IVr 21 The B.B Indian ser%  %  .<-rsry of regulai ieiad a cala %  twentieth pet thrnuRh %  inme you will hear 28 and The proitrnmii.. ideusts >n Ltarvlec %  %  i I .• producer 'gets lex a Cniialmas eraeent. It !led ,%  far IH .... .i %  %  '., Indian! ; ot our arrnt V: Aid a %  '>• %  %  I •hat the < ivpao will no) u ileas it straiahlens out its uram: ir K'.i i rver nm enl pros' r|ll La thr Manas Calypao I^>rd Kit also alvc his views m a special I ( ilypao on what you should do in < we susp* i ^ncil ha I i / %  is broadcatl.blj. The lilies West Indian Service began with the Jamaican %  den peodu Ing ..f im hour weekly broadrast back : n Ixmdon in thr war years, it was run a half-houi me. It was not until the %  tat three ted on the lob and Lilly halfOut of the 23 performers at toWest Indies and Ihc pn % %  Indies rr>i night an Attwell. pultu.g li appearaace* '1 tese ''i li GILBEY'S PORT A: SHERRY You can enioy their, again in gr xitei Tuantity &f %  in AI vrivii r .i..i.i.i i


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Friday
December 22



Harbados

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

1950

Free World
Threatened



























Aduarate

U.N. Troops s Withdraw









mache cok ce 9 | From Hun nam
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2! |
Foreign Mir i 21 | J
can repul rect here earl Y 7 â„¢~ * y
sie’ seat ot toe mene eas | “BRUROPE as wn Seou
United States t plans for eC!¢ e l
safeguarding he hemispher ‘ 99
against any possibility of Con IN, / rv e
munist aggression | . 2
_ The Council of | Or Ca yi apt
tion of American | SAYS ACHESON
iceepted the United
gestion brushed aside all for- WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 y on
malities and discussed mid Febru- Seeretary of State Dean Ache TOKY O, Dec. 4i.
ame *, owe ly ites Wards as ihe =. et rane ay feb ete } JITH OVER 109,000 Communist troops closing
, o e session é rat the apt imen ol} i j ;
The United States request te} General Flsennower as Supt | in from three sides, the hard pressed United
. a + ™ “omn nach } or > ; ; thane
the Council cad that the “ag: | nad Bo pt mec »°! Nations garrison defending Hungnam in Northeast
gressive policy of internationa aC greats bd Gang om as a } ae }
Conrittitem eattcied out by satel- spired European nations Korea, have now withdrawn into the tighter and
lites has brought about a situa-| ae poe ake ga more easily defensible perimeter, it ‘was learned
tion in which the free world is 1ation to reporter a -
thidutenad’. Setar a statement; here tonight. | aa
The Councif reacted quickly the See Al aree nent wil! They had blown up the last bridge leading south
ad - sol c je- ne secrete at tne sp t :
eet ad isp ag Nei Por } shown by countries of Westera from the encircled por t, and were repor ted battling y
free nations of the world to deter-| aes ae irae wr ‘ a to hold their lines with the aid of bombing and
ine re most effective means for ce arate. rr , . : . a ,
ann art a erie | index Europe mean Lusine ut machineg unning and a naval be ymbardment by the
nendence” Th t States | oe Up our common defen hig guns of Allied wa rshiips.
delegate told the Latin American s el Trur sata , The effect of great Communi
Council members that the current 1 in lait eee a bahar aul ant es was “already noticeable
world crisis involves politi Tea : scar eral B >| the perceptible slow down of
military und economic yroblems ; nee — meee: oe ae oe Peace Cc an re enemy's current rete of ad
especiaily imp int to tive south-! f ining ton a? Many of ab The American 8th Army with
ern republics called upea them | Bgtalic ge Tad Bethe we P. > p59) i drawal in the north-west 1
to stick. to | main issves and witt th : this erane sisi’ Us reset vel been dictated by U.N til
let the smaller problems find thelr | defence of the free world.” jlosses nor by. the acceptanea of
am ae from decisions on the | rhe Preside Pe issued wes state SA YS TRYGVE LIE | " r is nae x _ oy i. 6 a % ce
4k ; , prs! 1 ar .er Acheson rac n ‘4 visas? >
; ug a ere pa eae They | his full report on the Brussels LAKE SUCCESS, De bvious dt coneart.
wief a to the poin ey Wierda tit 7 ine corps of the 27 Chinese
sjneieaitie eee by accla- ~~ YESTERDAY scavengers of Bridgetown were entertained to a Xmas | meeting. Prygve Lie, United Nath ; ad ’

Truman said he was greatly en-
; couraged to hear from Acheson of

'
°
Boy King ’s | the “serious w ay” in which repre-

; merry band in a drink sentatives of these countries went
about the job “bringing to life the
Mother Dies ine and economic agencies of
the North Atlantic community,
Acheson had reported, he added,

LABOUR DIRECTION MA y |
| BAGHDAD, Dee 21 = roe nations saw in
FOLLOW REARMAMENT iii soe ie S05 Se Eaiie i
= died here today after a] ment , proof ir

yeeee at the Scavengers’
;}M.C_.P., Chairman of th

mation and began laying plans for
the meefing of the Ministers
—Reuter.

Dept., Church Village. Mr. EB. D, 'Mottley,
Scavenging Dept. is seen above joining the

Aussies To Endl
State Of War

WITH GERMANY

SYDNEY, Dec. 21.
Pere Spender, External] Affairs



12.875 Battle
Casualties

“new proof of the firm in

a 4 8’ iliness | ree : sty
TOKYO, Dec. 21. | ntinister son on gene mee! nin 1 tention of free nations to stand
‘ , announced today at Queen Aliyah, who was 38, re-| together.”
sharon stamens aan a | Austral Ww ith Gorn a ae weer —In Britain turned to Iraq in the autumn Truman's statement concluded
. é V rermany, e date J 2c, 21 i nderg ser BS t -| “le ore 2 ake ¢
arch eoun iseuies oes Rctation® Geet tee LOY NDON, Dee. 2 fter jlergoing serious abdomi let there be no mistake about it

12,875 casualties during the fixed, he said, Spender said that PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE and members of his; H#l operations in’ London inj —unity of the nations of western
2, ixed, he said, Spe aid th:



j ic i es ¥ J 7 August ¢ é . ore oy > £ > , .
“reported disaster” from this announcement was in line| Cabinet discussed to-day British economic policy which is onaty in Selenite eer an iron vital to ux toe ne
November 27 to December with the intentions of France,| likely to be considerably affected by the rearmament} She was in England to watch{to ours.” waivater.
12, General MacArthur an- Britain and the United States. | speed up. over the education of her 15-year = append pins :
4 The me acelie stralin’s|] : : , “he yA Altra

ve = a ee a2 oe : i rece of preven’ Before leaving London to spend Christmas at his old son King Feisal, He returned . |

ay. ese gures 0 acts vas to restore normal re- country residence “Che srs” later + » oM , to Iraq with Queen Aliyah to con- Allies Con er |
battle casualties included lations with the German Federal ‘ 2 esicence nequers later 0 ae Mr, Attle€! tinue his studies at the Traqui ° - |
killed, wounded and missing Republic and to bring it into| planned to confer with Foreign Secretary Bevin, just back] Military Academy ° : |
in action. closer association with the free from Western Union talks at Brussels, "The Cabinet may] At the time of her marriage to With Adenauer

world he said, |
Termination of the state of war

Of the total, 11,965 casual-

discuss the industrial implications of rearmament immed-
ties were suffered by seven ro

King Ghazi of Traq in 1933 Queen
iately after Christmas.

Aliyal

BONN, Dec. 21

no ; ‘am . was considered one of the hn eo cide a : .
United States divisions and was quite distinct from any final _ Women as well as men will be] most beautiful women in the The wares Allied High Com-
the remaining 1,011 by “other settlement that might be con- quickly brought under Labour} country She was tall and slim} ™ssioners and Chancellor Aden
United Nations forces.” | sidered with Germany, he added. auer met here to-day to discuss

ON THE

! c direction here if any deterioration| with black hair and brown eyes
It would in no way affect Ger- dom

in the international — situation| disdaining make-up and seldom|#, German contribution to West



The heaviest casualties || many’s obligations in such mat- " | | speeds up the rearmament. drive, lauel European defence on the basis of
Were in the American Second || ters as debts and claims, e SPOT | ae that is so, Ministers "pellave Mae hede ahd iived all her life the Brussels Conference decisions.
Infantry Division whose The British, American and } | wartime economic controls would! behind a veil as Arab custom de- Before conferring with Aden-}
losses totalled 4,131 mostly French Foreign Ministers decided It happened in BROAD | | have to be re-introduced, Direct-| manded, but abroad she dressea|“uer the three Commissioners
in the withdrawal from the lest September that the western STREET yesterday. The | | ion of labour and the requisition- | jn European style, Born in 1912]¢0nferred among themselves.

Chongchon front in North- occupying powers shoulfi end tha sign said PLEASE CROSS

ing of factories would be among! of a Turkish mother, Aliyah was} The French High Commissioner









west Korea, j state of war with Germany at the; | HERE. The pedestrians | | them, the second of five children of the{Saw the Chancellor this morning

Babe. wrabek tend) aia earliest possible moment. Se (3 oto ee eee Probably however, such emer-, late ex-King Ali of Henjaz. After|®nd was understood to have given
guia ike ek cones : nu r of other) | 3 reninies hed ome eney measures would not be the Arab revolt against the Turks|him a broad outline of the ve-| |
from Ghiiens ” diteinnines san tact iar ae obeyed the ‘on hid nhotand uecessary for about six months jn 1916 and Ibn Sud’s invasion of|Sults of the Brussels conference

f ORCARh eS “ELer ‘ e: a e > 2s ‘ *
ta dhs citdain suaie chin arch r decision,—Renter, | as requested. Halt way | | 28 developing a rearmament drive} Henjaz two years later, she went —Reuter.
The First Marine Division Sanne | across a pgliceman who had - ae inevitably slow process mt | vith her family to Amman in ee
with 2,891 casualties and the | | been standing next to the | | ‘P¢ early stages Transjordan and later moved to
5

But the cabinet must be ready} Paghdad

Reuter,
should circumstances demand to

Britain Offers

Seventh Infantry Division
with 2,097,

Fortunately no one

Nepal Will Get | | asi" W4i64as DONE



. e } paid the slightest attention speed up its programme with early Slavs £2 000. 000
‘ { i Ww | | or someone might have been control of men, women and mate-| . vt . ,
Other division and theit New Constitution | | killed rials. A return to wartime meas-| Italy W ill Produc e LONDON, Dee. 21
losses ouring the period NEW DELHI. Dec. 21 | aes hi a ee RE ures would net be carried through r 0! 4 1
were: e ; ‘

25th infantry:
1,606. The 31st Infantry;
605. The Ist Cavalry: 443.
The 24th Infantry; 146.

| Britain has offered Yugoslavia
2,000,000 loan for ©x-|

The Brit- |
Yugoslavia

£3,000,000 loan in the middie
of November. The Yugoslay Am-
Vampire} bassador, Joseph Brilej, who har

vithout a battle with some of the | DeHavilland Planes

Gevernment’s own supporters, A
strong Labour group exists in the | LONDON, Dec, 21 ish Government gave
Ilouse of Commons which would; The De Havilland Aircrait
fight against Labour direction and Company announced today that
| a large section of the Trade Union| quantity production of
Movement would probably take 4/ jet fighter planes will begin al-|called at the Foreign Office this

itical line, —Keuter most immediately in Italian fac-| morning expressed his great ap-
ee eet cele tories preciation of the British move and
The announcement added that|saicé he would inform his Govern

Russia Charters a licence had been = signed net Rec

+
‘the| italian production of the more Recent British economic aid to

modern Venom fighter and for Yugoslavia has been motivated by |
British Ship

the Ghost turbine engines whien |@ wish to help the Yugoslay Gov-
, power the planes. ernment tide over the crisis creat-

LONDON, Dec. 21 |
Russia hag chartered the British! the

The Nepal Government has in-
formed the Government of ‘India |
that they are preparing pro- |
clamation addressed to the people |

‘West German
General MacArthur's of Nepal announcing constitu-

a turther
penditure on materials







Situations in other wars.”
—Reuter





| i
Communique said _ these tional reforms before the end of} xports
casualties were “not un- December, Prime Minister Nehru} :
those suffered in “similar Nehru said the Government's} Jump 60%
ecmmunication was in.reply to an}
setting up of a Constituent Assem- West German exports i
bly in “Nepal and the establish-) West have increased by three and!
: mn | os
Police Use Tear The Indian memorandum als0! yeach a record in the third quar-|
| declared that King Tribhuvan of} ter of 1950, according to figures
x A ‘
Gas On Students
e

evere drought

Tooling for the manufacture of | ¢¢ by this year’s :
—Reuter

usual” in comparison with told the Indian Parliament today.|
‘ Indian memorandum proposing the FRANKFURT, Dec.
ment of an interim Government.’ 4 half times in the last year to]
| Nepal (now in Delhi) should con-| published here by the High Com-| Vampire in Italy has made

}it and claimed the bgt



and the fe
Nations Di

mmmunist divisions
of 12 United
he added
was light and

ting along the 38th
in the

Seoul

Secretary General Said to-day or
the eve of his departure fo1
Europe that world peace could |
preserved and no nation wantec
war.
Lie is

scattered
parallel
leaving to-morroy
Norway for the Christm i



North

yesterday

. = ‘ clashed
days ; po :
Early in January he will . SOULS SCR. POLES. Sah te
Geneva, Paris and Londo t orth | ank of the Imjin River
examine possible ites for the] 20 miles east: of Kaesong had a
mn
|

vhere and Soutt

“|

ext regular c f the Gen f fight with Communists and
ne ge se ior { '

z anh lg
eral Assembly oa ao" i

Lie emphasised at a press con : _
ference that whatever happened tot papoies we 500
in Korea it would not affect the f pital Rh eteving
future of the United Nations ide tha Wives

R

But he added that if the United alherate atic
Nations failed in its anemvastivity of the
ful settlement in 1y south of
principles of the roads packed
uffer 1 troop

The North Korean Communist
adio said today that the ‘Peo-
sia * Army” will once again “lib-
ite” Seoul, the Southern capital
It iid
ency here

outh bank under

north-west
south to

reported “great
main high-
Yongehon and all
with

aim of peace-
Korea
charte)

some

would

heavy traffic

in the process

~-Reuter

No ‘Trap’

according to a Korean
LAKE

that the “North
Korean Supreme Peoples’ Council
a declared Seoul to be the cap-
Republic, uceerding to
c Communist constitution,”
The Chinese volunteer army”
is being reinforced continuously
vould fight shoulder to shoul
with the North Korean Peo-
until American forces

SUCCESS, Dec. 21



N Entezam, Persian Presi
Vdent of the United
) Assembly fas assured
nist China that the
Nations’ cease-fire prot
Korea is not a “trap” i

jt Peking representative
left here on Tuesday

Vulion
Commu

e 4h
f the
‘ad a

the thr
Comimittec En (

Qn behalf of

: . ples? army
Cease Fire

driven from Koren oO!
bebe i bee he ; nd ens unified,’ it added

Severnines The radio said that contrary to

the Peking

| DOSE 1 ed " ae .
eens fart on which a ba riceon claims, the participa
f E pines fre could be establish of ¢ Chinese volunteers in the

or cease fi ou 0

“entirely fair

Reuter | Korein fighting was
1 legal.'—Renter.
' FOUND IT
a TELL THE ADVOCATE

MULLINGAR, Fire

Farm labourer Jin

a bet of $15.00 that he could

a needle in a haysta It too ‘ Per
him 82 hours, but he finally foun

id THE NEWS



Ring 3118 Day or Night.
ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.



GILBEYS |
Spanish Wines |









| tinue to be King “in the interests! es steamer Stanrealm to carry 7,000) unexpectedly rapid progress, the jee | Mz intain fhe }
: of peace as well as stability’. nee sioner. tons of Malayan rubber worth! company stated. NEW TANK WEAPON MH a } a halne ‘ {
. VAMASCUS, Dec. 21. —Reuter, | Valued at $68,100,000, they were! over £3,000,000 to Odessa in May! While preparation for Italian | A Py. same High
Police “used tear gas to disperse} | 65.5 per cent. above previous it was disclosed here to-day |production has gone on, the De are YORI. Weo.-al | ls nak ) )
re’ ei ee pe a quarters, Exports to the United Shipping circles think this is| Havilland Company has a Dr. Bush, who played a big part] ie) . Standard of i}
strating in eppo today agains States rose sharply in the third] the largest single shipment of | a number of Vampires from Eng- : =? ; a ae satu }
the French Tobacco Co. and other, 4 COACHES DERAILED | © arter to $27.800.000. an increasc rubber ever carried to Russia in| !and during the past nine months. | | a eeat tent i. Pr: ae } my h Quality as
foreign business firms. Later the; at of 99.1 per cent. over the previous | a foreign ship The Italian Government has now | PCM ney think of the bermbl tt hi red to
demonstrators occupied the police} VAUDREUIL, Quebec, Dec, 21 quarter and-of three times over| Russia has always been a con-!|laced a second order for Britisa aad : * S upp

headquarters and freed some of Four coaches of ;
their comrades who had _ been! Montreal train which
arrested. They attacked French} sengers aboard were
owned electric tram cars. | day

The Minister of the

Toronto-
had 800 pas-
derailed to- \ record rise in sales to the|
while crossing a bridge over) United States was mostly account-|-
Interior! the St. Lawrence River, 36 miles! ed for by shipments of scrap iron,
went immediately to Aleppo,) west of Montreal. I ron and steel mill products, |
Syria’s second largest city, to’ A few passengers were slightly aluminum, lead and -ortland
ir vestigate —Reuter. | injured.—Reuter cement.--Reuter,

“TYROL CcoT

as a tactical weapon to stop great
irmies,”

{eferring to the army, Dr. Bush
aid there had been developed a
Second Test Match “new anti-tank weapon of great

power which can render the heavy

S ; " m .nk obsolete
ARCHBISHOP OF Ia the Second Test Mateh phe eamartent.* 6: added,
BERLIN IS DEAD —_|_fetween Eneindurne whieh | ‘for the Russians are

tralia at A ORO Auhied. TAMA Ot
ey BERLIN, Dee. 21 started today, Australia won | 40,000 tanks, many 0
Cardinal Konrad Count Von heaviest.

| the toss and decided to bat Be
Preysing, Roman Catholic Arch- The wicket was described as Their
| bishop of Berlin, died to-day from one of the best seen at Mel- varfare
ma heart attacl 1 West German bourne for years. Australia ed artillery to
|
|

quarter in 1949 Vampires the company

siderable purchaser of Malayan | built
—Reuter.

|rubber and so far this year is, added.
| estimated to have purchased about |
50,000 tons. —Reuter.



said to have
them the

me a

Melbourne which





XMAS PARTY AT

whole doctrine of land






pee x ror fe oe ee suffered an early loss when vay.” —Reuter

é Yr 1e war “vs Z was re- ser See

| peatedly attacked by East German See ane aks oe OVER $500, 000 WILL
BE SPENT ON SCHOOLS

authoritie oY ‘bidding clergy can
paueoreues 2 forbidding ergy Neil Harvey was out to Bedser
‘From Our Own Correspondent)

tin his diocese to take part in the} : ad
{Communist sponsored “National | when he had scored 42. Latest

| Front”. |
His death reduces the number
of living German Cardinals to}



seore at time of going torress | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. ié
is 67 for 2. Fall of wickets, | More than half a million dollar
1—6, 2—67. Compton is out jfrom the C. D. and W. grant ha




ltwo: Joseph Cardinal Frings, of| of the game due to a knee = [been : allocated for the 1951
iCologne, and Michael Cardinal injury and Parkhouse has | building programme, Under $200
iVon Faulhat f Munich taken his place) Warr has 1000 were spent this year so far o
| —Reuter been dropped. hool building
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C. 4 4 ; e etre oe 4 AMA

From Our Own Correspondent is all revealed in “far behind the The B.B.C's West Indian Ser
j LONDON, Dec. 21 ews.” This special version of a vice began with the Jamaican













est Indian ser- well known programme includes Una Marsden producing a quarter
gave ¢ to West Indians’ profound impres- of an hour weekly broadcast back

innive of sions of our great U niversities in 1940. As a flow of West In-

i ig from. da special bulletin from the qdjan volunteers arrived in London

West Indie reveals that down jn the war vears, it was soon pos-
-thre regular per- Port-of-Spain the Caribbean sible to run a half-hourly weekly |

formers had just recorded a gala mmission has decided that the programme. It was not-until the
programme recording that this ypso will not get anywhere war ended however that three
twentieth centur half through less it straightens out its gram- producers started on the job and
They recorded tt ‘rogramme you ™ar. Examples of the calypso in. turned out the present daily half-
hear Dere er 26 and § vernment prose will be broad- jour

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of nor I er yroadcasts by Lord Kitchener will also give st Indies and the proer amm¢
the B.B.¢ West I ies Service s views in a special Christmas have certainly developed the West
It 1 be t to destroy ilypso or yat you should do in Indie mu al talent here to-

wri { day after ccadills this ti of the year night were Winifred Attwell,

you (we suspect t) B.B.C’s blue Uriel Port 1d. Edrie Connor

Ke encil h be r making putting in one of reg r gue
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Administrator of St. Lucia iy Hews RIG hin’ ae aon (Cheap Prices—A Monosram Double)
H F T Britain; a 5 oe. Sports Review; - A Warner Bros. Picture Kane RICHMOND and Gloria WARREN in:——
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ere For Two Weeks tence of Tranton Tracy; 3.43. pit Mall | SRS SR RRR ARRAS ISS S SSA EN “DONT GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS
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arrived from Trinidad yes-
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Sidney TOLER and Charlie CHAN in

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Back From U.K.
R. C. L. PITT, who has been

in England for about three pn gs Bh ee the Baito-
months returned over the week- 10,35 p.n. Interlude; 1045 p.m. Word - with Terny Moore; Ben Johnson, Robert Armstrong —
end via Trinidad by B.W.1LA. Affairs; 11 p.m. Ch Down, MIDNITE (Tomorrow) SATURDAY 23rd tA Mon°gram Double) Extra special: Added for our better entertainment
The trip from England to Trini- The Bowery Boys with Johnny MACK BROWN in: Tim HO in

dad was made by ship. Mr, Pitt
“ of the firm o: C. L. Pitt and

and most of his stay in the
SK, was in Stanmore, Middlesex.

From Washington

T present holidaying in Bar-
bados is Miss Muriel Knight
who arrived from Washington last
week to spend Christmas with
relatives. She is staying at Stafford
House. Muriel has been living in

3 NE 3RINCK Ss aitinetiead I A. WALTERS, who went with Sally Gray—Trevor Howard
the U;S. for about seven years R a MRS NEIL BRINCK a —, OLTON arrived 5° Phebe = on ho _ ’
and this is her second visit home ~* two Americans, have arrivec at Seawell just in time Health N E i f " MEDNITE (Tomerrow) SATURDAY SRD (A Monogram Double)
» wij) in Barbados and are guests at| yesterday to meet Mr. and Hea urses xaminat a ¢ Bowery Boys with TEX RITTER with his horse
since she first went up. She will (/0, 0 ” Mr ; the Royal Sanitary Institute for “Wh
be here for about six weeks, before “Cir! — k Ss oe oe ‘a - , ided whe Public Health| Nurses, returned ee Sree ie mean
returnin, to Washington where é r rinck is a Sanitary ane] arrivec rom : rinic ac on e
she works at the British Admiralty Construction Engineer with the} B.W.1.A.'s morning Aight, They BWA aay be MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN & MAN FROM TEXAS
8 eo °T- erican alé "3 |are ore or a month anc
Delegation. in Venezuela. Staying with the Oltons at “Spring- ace a inne _ — INVITES YOU AND YOU To SEE paves Holiday _Proventation:
Christmas With Relative He has spent nine years up the] field” Barbarees U a pe eo examination returne . By SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY 5 and #30 pm. (Warner's Double)
8 Amazon River in Brazil where| Mr, Easthe s Store S : yesterday, RENT ~esOS Om RENE
R. ano MRS. JOE ANDRIEUX they have built over forty Hospi-|tendent, of the National Mining Radio Amateur “L00K FOR THE SILVER LINING”
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py ve oz 8 oe —— tals and Health Centres, in addi- Corporation in Fyzabad, South R. EMIL BELL, who is with DEN OF A THOUSAND, THIEVES! Eales by Souhaicoior. A
with relatives there. Mr. Andrieux tit {iy mobile Hospitals on boats | Trinidad ae Barclays Bank in St, Vin- RENDEZVOUS FOR ROMANCE! Phus:— 1 : ;
ty a former Manager of the Royal ‘'at,P!y up and down the r:ver Christmas In St. Lucia cent and has been in Barbados for STRANGE with
g oye r. Brine nimself ha e! : Fate ; re-
Bank of Canada in Martinique actually connected with the tis M* AND MRS, DOUGLAS turned to’ Se Versace Wasedey Arthur KENNEDY Ann PERRY
where he was stationed for sixteen struction of twenty of these WALWYN left for St. Lucia afternoon by B.G. Airways. “His Save your % Ticket this SAT. Nite 23rd and next SAT. 20th at 8.30 Show
years before his retirement. They hospitals. yesterday to spend Christmas with father, who was also holidaying in You may win “A XMAS HAMPER" F
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expect to be away for three weeks £ Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Boyce. Mi. Barbados, returned to St, Vincent
soe Mrs Plimmer Returns Boyce is at present Acting * aed
Trinided K.C. RS. MERCEDES PLIMMER|Manager of Barclays i ote vaneroraee, —————- SS
R. G. O. M, O'REILLY K.C., “wht for mi ny me nth j Kae Cc aaisie. Mr Walwyn fe Police A keen radio amateur, he oper-
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LADY STOW, holding her hat, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Walwyn left
yesterday by B.W.1.A. to spend Christmas in St. Lucia.

Americans in Venezuela

been staying in Barbados returned
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1. gome people make a Sinai Church in Barbados. He) — eyes 1 must be more careful what towards her lower beds ALVA ARTHUR—“White Xmas” “BIG JACK”
q it . (8) was away for about five months, ‘ cs rs ie Starring
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AND YET



HINA

MAY PAUSE

Study the Next Move Through Mao’s Eyes

Will this strange war end where it began—with the 38th

Parallel separating the Red

The Chinese, who have won a
great victory after only 11 days’
fighting, are a logical people
With half a million soldiers in
North Korea they can dominate
the South without crossing the
38th Parallel.

Do you think they should take
on the burden of evicting Mac-
Arthur altogether from the pen-
insula? He “came back” to
Bataan, and could come back to
Korea. In accordance, moreover,
with a United Nations—not a Red
timetable,

Mischief .. .

I START from the assumption
that *he Chinese, like the Rus-
sians, do not want war with the
great industrial might of the
United States. But they want to
create all mischief short of war
Three times, so far, they have
shown themselves to be a logical

peome.

‘CISION No. 1 was taken last
June. They gave the North
Koreans the green light for their
attack on South Korea.

There were then no United
States troozs in Korea. It looked
a certainty to Mao Tse-tung that
the Americans would let it go by
default, or send too little help
too late.

And if he were wrong? The
North Koreans, not China, would
take the rap. Things did go
wrong. By early September the
campaign was a slogging match
around Pusan.

DECISION No. 2 in Peking was
NOT to send ten divisions to
Pusan to finish off the war with
a North Korean victory. They
were not sent because Man was
afraid of a World War III.

Think Again

THEN came the Inchon land-
ings and MacArthur’s greai pur-
suit of a broken army.

The Chinese had to think out
the implications of United States
forces on the border of Man-
churia, and in particular the con-
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Parallel the Chinese would join
in the war.

Not bluff .. .

THEY reckoned that this would
not lead to a World War III.

“Au bluff,” said the experts in
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Hold Service For
Simon Bolivar

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN, Dec. 19,

Police had to be called out te
preserve order when thousands of
people attended a_ service in
memory of Simon Bolivar, Libera.
tor of the Venezuelan Republic, ai
Columbus Square, Port-of-Spain
last week-end,

The service marked the 120th
anniversary of Bolivar’s death
Demonstrators led by Mr. E.
Chris Le Maitre, of the Trinidad-
Venezuela Inter-Relations Com-
mittee, paraded the square, carry-
ing placards which bore slogans
Some read: “You close your door
to West Indies neighbours, and
open them to foreigners.’ The
service was attended by members
of the Legislative Council, of the



Singer Builds $260,000
Headquarters
(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18

Building operations will begin
in January 1951 on the $260,000
offices to be used by the Singer
Sewing Machine Company on 34
Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain as
the headquarters for the United
States, British Caribbean, Dutch
West Indies area.

The property where the new
structure is to be located was
acquired since November 1947 but
possession had been delayed pend-
ing a recent Court Order in favour
of the company. The building
which will be of three floors will
be air conditioned throughout and
take a year to complete.





Date For Floating Corpse
Appeal Not Yet Fixed

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
_ It is unlikely that the appeal
in the Floating Corpse Murder
Trial will be heard before next
month.

Inquiry from defence lawyers
who appeared in the 27-day re-
trial in which five men were found
guilty of killing Philbert Peyson,
disclosed that no date had yet
been fixed.

Application for leave to appeal
against sentence of death passed
on Boysie Singh, John Durant,
Eldon Coggins, Augustus James
and David Bruce was filed last
week,



ESCAPED PRISONER
FOUND BATHING

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.

George Ajodasingh, a 19-year-
old escaped prisoner who was at
large for 17 days after breaking
out of prison, has been recaptured.
He was held on the Cap-de-Ville
beach while bathing on Sunday.
Ajodasingh who was held by a
of policemen was captured

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Electricity Will
Cost More

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN, Dec. 19,
Customers of the Port-of-Spain

Corporation —_ Electricity Board|
may soon have to pay more for

the current they use. The Board
at a recent meeting decided t

seek the Government’s permis-|
sion, to increase all its rates by!

one cent as from January 1, 1951,
It is estimated that additional
revenue from this increase will
be about $57,000 a year.

The Board, it is understood,
feels that the increase is long
overdue; that it should have been

charged about two years ago in

view of the increased cost of

labour, fuel oil, and other
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Pieck Ends Visit

BERLIN, Dec, 20.
East Germany’s white-naired
President Wilhelm Pieck left
Warsaw tonight after a two-day
visit to the Polish People’s Repub-
lie, the East German news agency
ADN reported. It was his first
official visit to Poland, which
gained more than 62,000 square
miles of former German territory
under a Polish - East German
agreement ratified last summer.
The pact proclaimed the Oder-
Neisse line the “permanent Pol-

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Tannis, Yacht Axelle, Sch. Molly N
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Seh. Lady Noeleen, Sch. Sunshine K,,
Sch. Adalina, Sch. Philip H. Davidson
Sch. Timothy A. H. Vanshuytman, Sen
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Noel, for Dominica,
Sch. Turtle Dove, 82 tons net, Capt.
Olliveire, for St, Vincent,
Sch. Gardenia W,, 48 tons net, Capt.
Wallace, for St, Vineent
S.S. Folke Bernadotte, 4,380 tons net
Capt. Block, for Paramaribo.

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Coastal Station

CABLE and Wireiess (West Indies)
Limited advise that they can now com.
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station

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Boston and St. John N.B. by the S.S. |
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December. Registered Mail at 9 a.m. |
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Friday, 1950



December 22,

SCAVENGERS’ DAY

| YESTERDAY was the happiest day the
Scavengers of St. Michael spent for many
a year. They were treated to rich Christ-
mas cheer contributed by the merchants
of Bridgetown. And they deserved it.

The fact that these scavengers can fore-
gather for a merry pre-Christmas spree is
not a subject for idle laughter. These are
the men whose energies are daily directed
towards keeping the City clean and they
do keep it clean,

This newspaper has not recanted its
conviction with regard to the dirt and filth
to be found in Bridgetown during the day.
Sanitary conditions are far from satisfac-
tory but it is not the scavengers who are
to blame; neither is it the Sanitary Author-
ity. The fault lies with the people who
live and work in Bridgetown; and this
does not mean the man in the street alone.

Highly paid clerks and junior business
executives, many civil servants and mem-
bers of middle class families throw cigar-
ette boxes and stubs, chocolate bar wrap-
pings, husks from nuts, fruit skins and
scraps of paper from small parcels on the
platforms while awaiting the ‘bus, and
spit on the pavements and in refuse boxes
along Broad Street. The porter from any
store will throw some of his sweepings
into the gutter instead of the refuse box;
and in broad daylight old people and young
urchins will answer the calls of nature in
the open drains near the windows of res-
taurants and stores and next the stand-
pipe where and while the mauby seller
mixes her sugar for sweetening her bark.



HAPPY XMAS FERGAL Bacal Prejudice A Myth?)



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| LONDON

LONDON, December 15

In order to test the value of
any institution, iit is welj to
compare it with a similar institu-
tion if such exists. If we apply
such a test to the British colonial
system, what compartson do we
find, say, with the French colon-
ial system? Let us look first at
French policy

After the Second World
France abolished the term ‘col-
onies’ altogether and proclaimea
a ‘French Union’ of ‘freely
associated peoples,’ but excluded
the possibility of self-govern-
ment. The old Colonial Office
stil] exists but has changed name
—it is the Ministry of Overs
France. An essential aim of
French post-war policy in regard
to its overseas territories is
assimilation. Native institutions
are to be used for utilitarian
reasons where desirable, bu!
strictly in subordination to the
objective of “frenchification” and
because they have any inherent
value in themselves,

Ww ar,



1S

The aim is to make the African
a black Frenchman, and to make

the colonies not self-governing
Dominions but, eventually, so
many Departments of France.
They will be LaFrance d’Outre-
Mer. The French Empire is to
be welded into tightly-bound
entity run from Pari Protec-
tionism limits the trade to the

Empire where possible, and econ-
omic programme are worked
out in Paris and then imposed
upon the colonie

These authoritarian tendencies
and excessive centralisation of
the French colonial system are,
te my mind, playing havoc with
the development of their over-
seas territories

economic sphere, the
French colonia] policy may be
summarised in two sentences.
One colony has to produce quotas
ot this or that commodity, and
in return import quotas of
specified commodities; Senegal,

In the



Hy E.R. Timothy

tion is the key.
law is the Minister's decree
issued from Paris.

A policy of ‘assimilation’
iree association’ to the exclus-
jon of self-government cannot
but be fraught with danger, and
the war of Indo-China is an
event whose final issues will
surely have provided France with
a new lesson and a new exper-
jence in the demands of a
changing world.

The source of

and

So much for the French; what
about the British system?

The British Empire has taken
over two hundred years to trans-
form itself into a Commonwealtn



s

E. B. TIMOTHY





pressionistic portrait of London-
ers, and the salient attractions ¢

London, at Christmas-time. Start- |

Street filled
pleasure

me

My

ing off at Fleet
with anticipatory

curiosity was heightened and my |
walked |

admiration increased as I
down London's Strand, which car-

ries 2,200 vehicles an hour at the |

average traffic speed of 8.5 m.p.h
I was particularly attracted by the
number of shoppers I saw. They
recalled to me the words of Ben
Johnson, when he said—

“Hell is a City
London,
Smoky and very populous.”

something

I found myself in the luxury |
centre of London—Oxford Street.
There, women in great numbers— |
charming and attractive some of
them, mostly in fur:
fully at the goods in the shop|
windows. Curiosity propelled me
into one of the big stores. As I
wandered around, I noticed a lady |
trying on some hats and moved in |
that direction. The patience of
the shop assistant! The would-be
purchaser kept ‘on trying on one}

gazed wist-

hat after the other. At last, she
found something which_ she
thought fitted ‘her beautifully.
“Well,” she said to the shop as-
sistant, “I think I'll have this.”
‘I’m sorry, Madam,” replied the

assistant, “but that was your own
hat which you had when you came
into the shop—you left it on the
counter, Madam,”
|
Onwards via the cafes and res-
taurants, I saw Londoners sipping,
munching, chewing, nibbling and
gobbling. On to a Post Office, to
find its counters besieged by an
eager but orderly throng Fin-
ally, a call at a butcher’s. Stand-

crimination.
July when a panel of experts issued under
UNESCO's
subject.

like |

cn insufficient scientific

statement issued by UNESCO last July:



ing patiently in the queue, women
shoppers ruefully surveyed the
turkeys and chickens. It was ob-
vious they were in doubt: “To buy
or not to buy?” That
question. Should she buy now the

Christmas turkey at 5/9 a lb. or| t¢lligence, temperament
‘haracteristics.
, (c) Extensive study yields no evidence

wait a few more days just in case }
prices were reduced? A comment-
ary on Britain’s economy today to
watch perhaps, but certainly not

‘oundation in biological fact.

races is much the same.
was the! that the groups of mankind differ in in-



(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 12,
UNESCO is making a new approach next
ear to the problems of race and racial dis-
A first step was taken last

authority a statement on the
The views and conclusions of those
however, have been regarded as
ghly controversial in various quarters.
The Royal Anthropological Institute in
he United Kingdom declares that inquiries
1ade among British anthropologists reveals
feeling that the inciusion of views based
evidence did less |
|

xperts,

han justice to the great cause itself and to

he unanimity with which anthropologists}

4|;ould agree upon the main essentials.

The Institute has now announced that as
result of correspondence it has exchanged
vith the Division for the Study of Racial
‘roblems, UNESCO, a new panel of physical

\Siinnerations

enthropologists and biologists would be ap-

iointed to write a new statement.
Although the membership of the ‘new
vanel has not yet been announced, it is

oelieved that its composition will be such as

vill guarantee the production of a scien-'
lically sound document, which will be of
reat value to all those who are opposed to

racial prejudice.

Here are the main points in the original '
(a) Racial discrimination has no scientific

(b) The range of mental capacities in all
There is no proof

or other mental]

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that race mixture produces biologically bad
results. The social results of race mixture

for example provides groundnuts

amusing to a poor British house-
for the vegetable oil requirements Of

These are the offences against decency free nations. Such a lone wife

i i ¢ i ance. € -China rice process has the merit of becom- fi ss
which enlan gen penis nent aa which aoa Tica ket seinen, ing a tradition, and Britain, in It may be that the unusually) ®%@ to be traced to social factors. There is
keep Bridgetown in a condition which is a And each colony furnished its Consequence, has been abie to hearty way in which Londoners

no justification for prohibiting intermarriage
between persons of different ethnic groups.

(d) Race is less a biological fact than a
social myth. As a myth it has in recent
years taken a heavy toll in human lives and
suffering and still keeps millions of persons
from normal development and civilization
and from the full use of the co-operation of
productive minds.

(e) But scientifically, no large modern
national or religious group is a race. Nor
are people who speak a single language, or
live in a single geographical area, or share
ina single cultural community necessarily
a race,

(f) Tests have shown essential similarity
in mental characters among all groups. Given
similar degrees of cultural opportunity to
realize their potentialities, the average
achievement of the members of each ethnic

make a virtue of necessity when
an important dependency matures
to the point of self-determination.
The British Commonwealth gives
singular, historical evidence of
realising the dual principle of
‘freedom to stay’ or ‘freedom to
quit’ when a dependency reaches
adult stature. India and Burma
are historic examples. The one
stayed and the other quit,

disgrace to modern civilised society.
And so the Christmas cheer to scaveng-

i i “ts In none of the French colonies,
ers is a token to them that their efforts |. 0 Mdo-China, are there any
are appreciated. These are the men who | oi those embryonic legislatures

and executives characteristic 0

Sues out at an early hour and rere the British colonies, Such provision

dirt and filth which unthinking people as exists, or ie spnberntaned $0F

i i i ; representing ‘olonia opinion,

scatter unnecessarily in the alleys and on Biaa not wo Bayona nendiig’ $0

the streets. It is true that they are paid and Paris councils men with purely
in the opinion of many people, well paid

but theirs is nevertheless a nasty, thank-

contingent of military celebrate

power to the Empire

man- Christmas, arises from
the survival, side by side, of the
two traditions, Christian and
heathen, the latter or the Yule
tradition being kept up by the de-
liberate and sustained eating of
certain traditional foods. Al-
though Christmas in London falls
in winter, this in no way mars the
geniality of Londoners. Rather,
their benignity is scattered freely,
their love rekindled and their
laughter stimulated. I am glad
it is Christmas and wish you all
a Happy Christmas.

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During the past week, I have
been conducting a one-man walk-
ing tour in order to draw an im-

advisory functions, or, at the
most, sending deputies to the
Parliament in Paris. Centralisa-





bers of the Sanitary Commissioners have
made it possible for them to enjoy a happy
Christmas. They deserve it. It is now the
duty of the other members of the public
to afford them a clean New Year. They
deserve it.

Can Hypnotism Cure? JUST IN TIME...

FOR THE
COMING SEASON

The man from Harley Street hits back at the ‘black magic’

deal
use of
It has been used with

WE have heard a good
lately about the medical

and enormously slow, and it is
consequently

By MARGARET LANE



(since even an-

Reverse

ON Christmas Day His Excellency the

Governor of Barbados will broadcast to
the listeners of Radio Distribution and the
listeners on private wireless sets who
know the frequency on which the trans-
mission will be made.
. The Governor is following a tradition,
a worthy tradition set by His Majesty King
George V. True it is that there are tra-
ditions in England which are worthy of
emulation but in this the very object is
defeated merely because of the adoption of
a secondary medium.

Radio Distribution recently published
the fact that they had registered their
4,000th subscriber. If it is allowed that in
each family there are four members then
the audience reached by this means can
be estimated at 16,000.

On Sunday 15,000 subscribers will pay
for that day’s edition of the Barbados
Advocate and if the same allowance is
made for four members in each family
then the message will have reached at
least 60,000 people, scattered throughout
Barbados and not confined to three par-
ishes. When the paper is read by these, it
will be read by borrowers, as is the custom
in Barbados and so the message will reach
probably another 60,000 making a total of
approximately 120,000 people.

In Great Britain when the King broad-
casts from Sandringham he speaks to
many millions more than could be reached
by the newspaper with the greatest cir-
culation of four million. He speaks to at
least twenty million listeners to the B.B.C.
in the United Kingdom and many more in
the territories of the British Common-
wealth.

In Barbados it is just the opposite.

Our Readers Say:







!
less job of work.
The merchants of Bridgetown and mem-

hypnotism
success to ensure relatively pain-
less childbirth without anesthetic,
and many people have wondered
in reading of such cases, whether
hypnotism might not be more
widely used by doctors.

I am inclined to believe that it
could and should; but there is a
fear of hypnotism, and a pre-
judice against it which has given
rise to a general idea that hyp-
notism, even when it is not pure
charlatanism, belongs at least to
the underworld of medicine,

Like Svengali

Is this a fair opinion? I have
known of more than one doctor
{who used hypnotism with success
on nervous patients, but they talk
about it very littke because of the
general prejudice. Ignorance of
the real nature of hypnotism leads
people to believe that it is a kind
of black magic, or at least that it
involves some dangerous renun-
ciation of willpower and person-
ality.

Some stage hypnotists are
largely responsible for this false
idea. In their performances, aid-
ed by trickery and illusion, they
give the impression that they are
able to achieve a Svengali-like
control over almost anybody, and
that this control may last indefin-
itely.

This is obviously not true; and
I have just been reading a book*
which convinces me that, al-
though stage hypnotism may have
its dangers for the highly sug-
gestible and is therefore to be
avoided, hypnotism could be im-
mensely valuable in the hands of
responsible medical practitioners

The author of this book, Dr.
S. J. Van Pelt, a Harley Street
physician who has made exten-
Sive use of hypnotism in his own
practice, believes that it should
be far more widely used. He
dismisses all quasi-magical ideas
cf hypnotism very briskly. The
hypnotic state is nothing sinister



or mysterious; it is simply a
| state in which the patient reaches
fan advanced degree of relaxation,
mental and physical, and becomes
highly suggestible.
Light Trance

For medical purposes, he says,

lonly a very light trance is neces-



fruit orchards, gardens, and some





tural work









and

sary in which the patient is aware
of everything that is going on, and
can remember it afterwards. Only
about one person in four is capa-
ble of the deep hypnotic trance
which is akin to sleep-walking
and Dr. Van Pelt believes that
for medical purposes this is both
unnecessary and unsuitable.

The power of suggestion is
formidable—quite . apart from
hypnotism, Advertising and pro-
paganda rely wholly on it, and
we all control our behaviour
largely by self-suggestion—be—
lieving, for instance, that we
cannot give up smoking, or that
we are bound to be nervous when
Wwe meet strangers, or a thousand
other things.

It seems reasonable, then, that
curative suggestions, made while
the patient is semi-conscious and
highly receptive, could be ex-
tremely valuable; and it is known
that many cases of alcoholism, ex-
cessive smoking and other com-
pulsive habits have been success-
fully treated by this method.

How To Relax

Nervous patients can be taught
to relax (a natural ability which
modern urban man _ is losing
fast) and the many diseases which
are the camp-followers of nerv
ous tension can ‘be alleviated or
avoided,

It is unlikely that a man who
knows the secret of relaxation
will suffer from chronic indiges-
tion, duodenal ulcer or migraine;
and if hypnotism can teach us
this technique (as I believe it
can) then it surely provides the
doctor with a valuable weapon,

But
much
the second
found myself growing increas-
ingly uneasy. He is violently
opposed to the theory and prac-
tice of psycho-analysis,
he regards as
than
believes

Dr, Van Pelt goes
further than
half of

very
and in
book I

this,
his

which
nothing better
harmful nonsense;
that medical
could successfully replace
lengthy and expensive
of the psycho-analyst.

There are, of course, from the
patient’s point of view, several
things to be said against psycho-
Its results are uncer-
methods are minutely

and he
hypnosis
the
methods

|
critics of doctor-hypnotist. His arguments are examined=
|
|
|

analysis,
tain, its



the diversion





upwards of 4,000 boys and girls in

alysts must
expensive,

These considerations put it out
of reach of all but the fairly well-
to-do, and Dr, Van Pelt maintains
that there are many nervous ana
mental disorders which
cured or
sessiors of
when perhaps
almost daily
prove abortive.

This may well be true: but
this doctor’s ferocious hatred of
Freudian theory is so passionate
and unreasonable that the reader
is compelled to stop and look at
him with surprise.

For whatever mistakes tne
Freudian school] may have made,
however empirical its knowledge,
numerous the

live) extremely

can be
relieved by a_ few

medical hypnosis
two years of

analysis «would

however
trees up which
barked,

wrong
it may have
(I should have
thought) would deny that its
patient researches have enor-
mously added to our knowledge
of the
although its
be proved as a
proposition

nobody

human mind, and that
conelusions cannot
mathematical
results are
sufficiently impressive to make
it unsafe (to say the least) to
dismiss the whole subject
an angry snort. Dr. Van
snort is prolonged.

can, its

with
Pelt’s

No Rabbit?

THE result is unfortunate, for
it produces the same embarrass-
ment that a conjurer’s audience
feels when a trick goes wrong.
Dr. Van Pelt's rabbit is suddenly
observed ‘to be not in
but wandering in a
manner about the stage. The
surrealist atmosphere is further
increased by the illustrations, in
which the persons photogr:
while undergoing or
hypnotic

the hat,
distracted

phed
inducing
had



trunce have
faces blotted out with white
patches, The result will give
pleasure to many, though not. I
am afraid, in the way that
author intended

Dr. Van Pelt indeed has some+
thing to say, but his feelings run
away with him, and oddly distort
an otherwise
argument.

World Copyright Reserved.

*“HYPNOTISM AND THE POWER
WITHIN, Dr. S. 3. Van Pelt.,

(Skeflington, 18s.)

their

the

very reasonable

—L.E.S.





places all the honours and finan- encouraging event was the

doubt








our Dele
reasons, ‘First, because country- * : fet Pour the high s dls r > isle Ss . on
It showed that you recognise life and its engagements are a {0m it of such crowds of our He eatne Tietontcbae Py me hp A endl ’ ‘ : s
the supreme importance of Agri- lifelong love with me, and I know Young people be “While collar” jobs of which there“have returned.
culture in the West Indies, ant} something of the interest and You write that “there should t re so few! = ie ] ted int : 3 ;
you stated some points Connected pleasure they can confer. I was nothing considered derogatory ia * i , aan ed in the matter
with the situation in a forceful brought up in a village in manual labour” well knowi But to get back to the title We in Barbados
and convincing manner. I hope South | Warwickshire, Shake- that such a view exists amo is letter, It is encouraging to taken several
you will return to the subject speare’s country, midst mixed us, and in a strong and growing see and hear that the~ primal nes. We have
and go into further detail. What- farming, livestock of all kinds degree, and then you raised the position Agriculture and th nd 1 ock
ever we are able to do in the way (including, especially. big hand- question whether our educat need for handling it eff Instrt Lx
of minor industries, developing some d it horse for plough system dispose he youth of tie are being rec eC c j
those we already have or creat- and harvest wagon and acid island t hun agricultural work. » in the Caribbean ar
ing others, agriculture must zenerous milking — short horn I submit that such*is the ¢ ‘ t definite steps are be c on
remain the main sphere fof. cows) hay-making, harvesting, to a very serious extent. It taken or planned. A recent very honour chool
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group is about the same.

ity and adaptability, the traits which, more
than all others, have permitted the devel-
cpment of men’s mental capacities.

of the Royal Anthropological Institute, re-
iterated to me in an interview this week
that there was no disagreement with this
general
that it was important to distinguish the

physical aspects of the problem from the
social implications,

statement tried hard to make a point that
race is not a biological but a social myth,
this was not true in the broader sense. It
might be convenient to divide the races of
mankind into Negroid Mongoloid and Cau-
casian groups but many physical anthro-
pologists have done a great deal more in
distinguishing other groups.
statement, he remarked, looked like an at-
tempt to explain a danger by saying that it
did not exist.
the fact and use that fact in dispelling the
prejudices that now existed,

statement urged that the use of “race” should
give place to “ethnic group”, but that was
unrealistic and impracticable, While it might
be possible to persuade scientists to adopt
the term, it would be confusing to the or-
dinary man in the street. “Ethnic group”
had always been associated with the cultural
rather than the different groups of mankind,





ates
Walcott,
Workers’
lightened

steps in
ix agricultural



(g) All human beings possess educabil-

Mr. William Fagg, the Honorary Secretary

theme. He considered, however,

His Institute had made
Mr. Fagg said that although the UNESCO

The UNESCO
It was far better to establish

In another instance, said Mr. Fagg, the

Experience has proved, Mr. Fagg conclud-

ed, that the UNESCO statement that man

has a biological urge for co-operation was
incorrect.

Were it so, it would not have

been necessary to issue the statement—the
problém

solved itself !

of racial prejudice would have

ln pnt licneaa tcl
prom-








the Peasants’ share i
of the richest rural scenery of cial advantages upon the academic inence given to the subject im Exhibition. re in the Annual
Agriculture labour and support for the great “Merrie England”, and I can side, and we really should divide the conference at ( Aaedl where —_ Now also comes this scheme for
gricuitu majority of the population Never cease to delight in the wae os eee sphere ot eee of Agriculture in a Farm Institute in Trinidad, a
3 * , = Fee ig =e £ ivp ~ of 7) Wale yn"? rae .

ae Re go ee . memory” of my share in all of it. Useful, essential, labour and live- Caribbean conomy was - kind of second gra ; ey
Sir,—May I cone uats 5 bee tien g st 2 rcalise the primary of agricul- schools of some well devised mahagement, Rural Welfare, But it looks like another pla to
cn the Leading Pelee By ating Tt TC made pakinitied: a) kes ture in West Indian affairs, and pattern and then to provide schol- Rural Edugation, tricultural prepare overseers or th Nea cnnd

Sunday’s issue un ler the heading = If _may I ; nrticulariy if Barbados, and much regret arships and financial awards for Labour, etc.. were given prom- will only give wv. ° 4
“Hands and Head”, [ read it sonal a I an A tog 4 Y the growing distaste for agricul- them. Consider that we have inent place in the Agenda. Nx ny give us places for four

with much interest and pleasure. interested in the subject for two P zs ma 7 :

students at an initial charge of
$14,668, and an annual recurring
subscription of $4,188—according
to His Excellency's statement,

and especi-
General
Union

and

I think we need to go much
further and deeper into the
situation, and with your permis-
sion, Mr. Editor, I will return and

have alread:

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Peasant Submit a couple of simple prac-
improve- tical suggestions. This letter ix
Holdings and already too long. » |
Ring FRANCIS GODSON, |}!
to the time- Chelse: )
Gardens and December 10, 1950. }

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,

1950



Three Fishermen

Saved By An Oar

As Boat Sinks 20 Miles Off Shore

THE THREE-MAN CREW of the fishing boat New] lishts by B.W.LA. in addition to

Comer No. 25, had to swim

for their lives when their boat |

\ sank about 20 miles southeast of Oistin Lighthouse about

4.30 yesterday morning.

Part Of
Pig Stolen

IONEL HUTCHINSON of
Clarendon, Black Rock, re-

Ported that 40 pounds of pork
was stolen from him on Wednes-

The Police were informed that
Hutchinson's pig was killed by a
motor car on the same day when
it strayed into the road. Before
Hutchinson could collect the body
Bomeone took away two legs and
a shoulder.

They were on their way to the

fishing banks and the New Comer

| was sailing well under a light
breeze when a wave struck the
| boat and capsized it.

Wesley Mayers of Nelson Street
was skipper and owner of the fish-
ing boat. The other members of
the crew were C. King of Brittons
Hill and A. D., Griffith of Dunlow
Lane,

Mayers told the Advocate
yesterday that an oar saved
them from drowning. The three

until they were picked up three
hours later by another fishing
boat.

He did not know the

Bev ride STOLE a wallet con-
taining $19 in cash and two| boat which came to their rescue

gold rings valued $15 from the
home of Walter Hamblin at Max-
well, Christ Church between mid-
day and 1.00 p.m. on Wednesday.

om the motor car M-113 a

When they were picked up his
(Mayers') two companions were
complaining of cramp and did not
have high hopes of reaching land.

The New Comer was not in-

battery valued $25 was stolen be-|sured. It was built for $500 five
tween Monday and Tuesday. The] years ago.

car belongs to O. T. Allder and
Was in the garage at his home,
Barbarees Hill, when the incident
occurred.

WENTY POLICEMEN and

three Policewomen were pre-
Bented with First Aid Certificates
by Colonel R. T. Michelin, Com-

missioner of Police, at a function| imprisonment
at the Central Police Station on| was

Wednesday morning.



6 Months For
Stealing

SENTENCE of six months
with hard labour
passed on 52-year—oild

MacDonald Lewis of Westbury

They were:— Policewomen C Road, St. Michael yesterday by

Wilkinson, I. Babb and O. Clarke. | His

Worship Mr. A.-J. Hi.

The Policemen were: E. Greaves,| Hanschell,

C. Boyce, L. Trotman, G. Shan-
non, T. Richards, C. Burrowes,
V. Downes, C. Springer, E. Gay,

Smith, K. Blackman, K.

Griffith, M. Haynes, C. Riley, C.| hoce

Lunn, C. Chandler, A. Pile, D.
Agard and L. Forde.

Lewis was found guilty of
stealing $9.02 from Adolphus Best
while he was sleeping under
tree in Probyn§ Street on
mber 19.

One witness said that she saw



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scheduled flights by T.C.A., the|Mottley has organised the party | next year a competition would be | ‘CUCh*S to the attractive setting.

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south and the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| SCA VENGERS PROMISE 100 Children Given
TO “CLEAN UP” CITY Christmas Treat

Over
The scavengers of St. Michael will go all out from to-day to| + a ited
make the parish and city really cleaner, This is what they | “Tyrol Cot”
were urged to do, and what they promised to do yesterday | home of Mi
evening when a Christmas Party organised by Mr. F. D. | cams yesterda
Mottley, M.C.P., Chairman of the Scavenging Department ne tree Was sy: the
and other members was held at the department’s premises



hundred children. of
crowded around — the
Christmas Tree at
Codrington Hill, the
Mrs. Grantley

evening

and

centre of

|
the lawn and a string of multi-

on his own, but this year, he said,| started for something which could | 4” imitation camp fire was also

pened on its return trip to Can-]owing to the fact that t was|be ap iated. He hor that he| burning a few feet away from
ada. wevond his financial resources, he] w : ; and | 3%. tee

T é ‘ : i : . . my ‘Ould not see the same men and i an ‘.

_ To-day, B.W1I.A. are running |obtained the aid of mer-hants and| the same lorry winning it all the|,,.o[° Childuen, some with their
a special flight to Trinidad to take | the agents of Jeffrey's Beer. time ; ss ; parents, sat around the tree on
home a number of Harriman’s Mrs. Mottley and members of , benches and chairs. Sweet drinks

workers at present employed on



all kinds were passed around

the clerical staff of the Department Mr. Motuey said that co-opera yor

constr uction work .at Seawell.! assisted with the serving of|tion of the public was necessary |“ huge trays of delicious sand-
They have been granted leave to | -efreshments. before the city and parish coula| “shes were handed around
spend the Christmas holidays with Sr made ae = el ¥ ae ; ;|._\ group of the older children
their relatives. Mr. J. M. Kidney, Chairman et ade as clean as they wanted! and a few grown-ups sang carol
of the Commissioners of Health| * ,%° be The department was|until a loudspeaker playing

LATE!

{ THE closing hour of some of
men held on to the oar and/the City stores is now from 12
paddled their way towards land! noon to I p.m. Some people were

doing what it could to help by

said that they. all read articles in th
e

Christmas hymns tock over
the Press about a cleaner Br'dge-

importation of two modern After refreshments

town. It was up to them (the| Scavenging lorries and some new] story was broadcast over the loud-
scavengers) 10 do their part in garbage eans which would soon! speaker and judging from the
i seen eRer ony hurrying to gain making the city cleaner. He knew | @'Tive happy expressions on all of the
; entry before closing time but they /that it was difficult at this time ildren’s “e rt ,
: 2 clos » i as i é s 1€ ae ani wee ildren's faces the party was a
jwere just a little late. cf the year, when people did Mr. Vincent Griffith speakin anata }

Some of them stamped

took up a position at the doorway, ;banana and other fruit-skins on
These were seemingly determined |the road instead of the garbage Mi
to be first served at the re-open- j cans.

, their | things that imposed more work on
fishing } feet and turned away, but others | the

as a member of the public ex-
pressed appreciation of the work
done by the scavengers

Small and Mr. Austin, /
representing the scavengers said



Scavengers, like throwing

Busy Tailors
WITH

Christmas just around

for} their best in the campaign for a/ing overtime to get their custom-

ing. He was asking them, however, { how. much they had appreciated
—_-———— to do their best in giving the; the function and promised to do]|the corner most tailors are work-
: ° public a really clean city
Unlawful Possession Christmas and the coming year.| cleaner city and parish.

CHARLES BAIRD a 49-yeur-
old labourer of Arthur Seat, St.
Thomas, was yesterday found
guilty of the unlawful possession
of a quantity of stockfeed by His
Worship Mr, A, J. H. Hanscheil,
Senior Magistrate of District “A’
Police Station,

Baird was ordered to pay a fine
of £3 to be paid in 28 days or in
default one month’s imp¥isonment

: \ aim at and keep up a new
with hard labour, standard of cleanliness for the
Captain W. A. Farmer prosecu- city.

ted on behalf of the Police while ; j

Mr, J. E, T. Brancker appeared Referring to the Advocate’s ‘
on behalf of Baird. Harbour] campaign for a cleaner city, and }
Police Constable Wilkinson was] yarious criticism in the Press, No. 13

the chief witness for the prosecu-| Mr, Mottley said that criticism \

a{tion and he said thathe arrested
Baird on Chamberlain Bridge 0b} egports to do a good job

December 19, with a bag of oil-
meal. When asked where he got
the bag of meal from, Baird dia

fers fitted out for Christmas. Some

He wished them all a happy a them work after midnight



Christmas. The tailors are not the only
Mr. W. W. Merrit, Chief Sani-/ - busy people; the housewife also
tary Inspector, told the Scavengers | 2,035 VACCINATED finds herself up at a late hour

making curtains and
the house for the season.
Yesterday an Advocate
sentative noticed that
were doing business
to | curtain cloth

that theirs was an important] [N relation to the Vaccination preparing
work, removing refuse so as to Campaign, the number vaccinated
avoid such diseases as Cholera,| at the various Centres up to late
Typhoid and Dysentery Twenty! yesterday afternoon was 14
thousand tons of refuse had been, bringing the total vaccinated
removed last year, he said date to 2.035.

He urged them next year, to

repre-

good

with



Should make them redouble their

NOW

He was glad to see that many
of them took a pride in their



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The Commissioner congratulated{Lewis go into the pocket of Best
them and said that he hoped they|and take out the money; then
would further their studies in| went and sat on a bench, Lewis
First Aid. in his defence said that he went
PTHE POLICE groundsmen are| nowhere near Best and did not

still hard at work on the/even know that Best had that
tennis court at the Central Police} much money on his person.
Station. The Constables did not
hold their Lawn Tennis Cham-
pionship this year because of the}
bad condition of the court.

Although it has been well
moulded anq grass planted there
are still a few dry spots. It is

ed that it will be prepared
for the Police Tennis competition
mext year.

Tuning Up
For Xmas

FOR years now Henry Baddock | |

has been a guitar player and if a PURIN !

anyone had dropped in on him



Illegal Landing

A fine of £4 or two months’
imprisonment with hard labout
was imposed on Alonza Callende:
of Thomas Gap, Westbury Rou
by Mr. Hanschell yesterday for
the illegal landing of a quantity of
goods on November 26, on the
wharf.



yesterday he would have seen
Baddock tuning his guitar under
a big, tamarind tree. The tuning
Was in preparation for Christmas
morning and Christmas Bank-
holiday when Baddock will, as he
has been doing for many years
now, walk around to tell the
people of the many villages, “Give
me a copper or a silver, and I
will give you a tune.”

Baddock who is over sixty, is a
slight looking man who has an
eye for humour and who can
drink a rum with any. He told
the Advocate yesterday that he
started drinking when as a boy
he used to go around with a steel
band.

Many people, Baddock said, do
not like giving a copper or a sil-
ver, but they will give you all
the drink you want.

There is a tune which Baddock
likes and which he says most
people like to hear at least twice:
It is “Casey Jones”.

Very seldom Baddock is not
welcomed when he goes out with
his guitar on these occasions. But
Baddock remembers how he once
met a “Scrooge of a fellow” who
sent a dog after him one Christ-
mas. bank-holiday about eight
years ago.



e
New Village
y e
At The Pine

ON a wide stretch of land North
West of the Pine plantation two
roads have been lately built and
a few houses erected. The people
of the district call the area _ the
Pine pasture and the Pine Hill.
Houses are also being erected not
far South of this land where an-
other road has been built.

The Pine pasture used to help

rovide fodder for cattle and at
aster time boys would fly their
kites there. Now that the houses
and roads are being built, boys
will not be able to use the ground
for kite flying.

The hill from which the people’
used to gather brambles and cut
down the shrubs for firewood is
being dug down and one can hear |
the occasional blast of the dyna-|
mite as this work is done. |

Big pipe lines are being rug}
through this area. These lines!
run through Rogers’ Road, across|
Upper Government Hill and run
on to the Pine pasture.

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_ SINGING CONTEST

THE Community Choir will
hold their annual contest at
Kensington on New Year morning.
The test piece will be “While
Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
by Night”. .

It will be the sixth of these
contests, and like last time, first)
prize money will be $80.

The}
Belleptaine Choir were the last
winners. They will again be



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SHIP’S PARTY

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jobs. That was why he would
always defend them when they
were right) but he would not
fail to dismiss them if they
failed to do their job,

not answer,

Mr. Brancker submitted that the
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SAMUEL GIBRS,

GITTENS, CRONEY & Co., Ltd,
J. N. GODDARD — Ltd.,

= 0.

Prunes, per Ib. ..... 49
Mixed Spice, per phg. 5



INCE & Co., Ltd.







Cc
PITCHER CONNELL & Co., Ltd
c. D. S,
: G. A. Dain 8 and 9 Roebuck Street
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,

CLASSIFIED ADS.

1950

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED

CRICHLOW—Yesterday at her residence
Mount Fair", Sherbourne, St. John
BFRTHA EMMA ROSA. The funerai
leaves her lote residence at 4 o'clock
this evening for Mount Tabor Church



Friends are invited
Betha, Annie, Albert, Edward: (Agnes,
Pierson, Ellen, Clyde}, U.S.A
THANKS
WE take this opportunity to return
thanks to the many friends who at-
tended the funerai, sent letters, cards

and other tokens of sympathy and
various ways condoled us in our 1¢-
cent bereavement by the death of WiL-
LIAM BROWN

Mrs. Florenee Grown,
rington. Dec. 18th

IN MEMORIAM

In ever loving memory of our dear
beloved and affectionate mother Mrs.
CATHERINE REBECCA GREAVES of
Benthams Village, St. Lucey, who de-
parted this life on December 22nd 1949.

One year has passed since that sad

day

The one we

We loved her,

And called

in

and Mr. Car.

loved was passed away
yes God loved her best
her to eternal rest .

Will always be remembered by Ianthe
and Hildred (daughters), Mr. Conrade
Greaves (son), Winston, Darnley, Birty

22.12.50—11. i



WANTED
ey

JUNIOR CLERK for our Office. Central
Foundry Lad. 2%12.50—t.f.n

MiSCELLANEOUS

coT LARGE DROPSIDE COT
geod condition. Phone 2936.
22.12.50-—2u:

PUBLIC NOTICES













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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. -C College. Mr. B. L
Barrow's Residence, Massiah Street
St. Margaret’s School, Near Newcastle
R. S. FRASER,
Clerk, Commissioners of Health.

St. John.

19.12.50—én.

NOTICE

The public are notified that our parts















Correne (grandsons), Mrs, Eretha Mc.

Clean, Eleen and Ursula Greaves

(grand-daughters) and ten great-grands,

Mr. and Mrs. Perris, Mrs, Delcina

Boyee (friends).

(U.S.A. Papers pléase copy)

22.12.50—In.

In loving memory of our beloved

ARCHIBALD OSBOURNE, who departed
this life on 2ist December 1945.
The blow was hard, the shock severe
No one knows death is so near
But only those who love cam tell
The pain of parting without farewe%
God himself knew what was best

So he took our dear one to eternal
rest.

Kathleen ‘wife), Selwyn, Neville and

Ercil (children). 22.12.50—-1n.



FOR SALE














AUTOMOTIVE
CAR—Ford 10 H.P. in perfect working
order, Tyres good. Always owner
driven, Dial 4239. 21,12.50—3n.
CAR-—1950 Hillman Minx, low mileage.
Apply: Ralph Beard, Hardwood Alley
Phone 4€8% 21,12,50—3n.







—__—_—_____. aed
CARS—1949 Model Vanguard and 1948
Model Hillman, Both in A-1 condition,
Apply: B'dos Agencies Ltd., Bay Street.
Ring Evelyn 2987, 20.12.50—4n
ee
TRUCKS
each for carting canes
Can be seen at Foursquare

Apply to Manager.
16.12,50-—Tn.

ELECTRICAL

$$$
REFRIGERATOR — One Westin

Factory Ltd.





ghouse

and (1) Coldspot Refrigerator. (1) Elec.

motor in good working order. Owen T.

Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial 3299,
21.12,50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

Attractive Xmas tree lights.
$7.20 Dial 4269 Eckstein Bros
20.12.50—5n

BOOKS—Tuck’s Annual,.a wonderful









Oniry

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 ana
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,

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 &

0., . 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.£.n.





Q
|

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.
GROCERY ITEMS—Sweet Biscuits.
large assortment 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,



GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 Ib
to 8 lbs. each. Tinned Fruit seme and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots. cherrie:,
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.



JUST Received Letter size and Fools-
cap Filing Folders. Phone T. Geddes



Grent Ltd., 4442. 19.12.50—6n.
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 GAY DISTILLERIES LTD

21.12,50—2n,

LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in

beautiful designs and colours just open-

ed again for you. et It's at oe
n St. jal 3466 an

Be crt 14.12,50—t.f.n.

O.K, COFFEE—Fresh
is now in the hands
John F. Hutson Ltd,

OVEN GLASSWARE — Pnoenix Oven-
Table Glassware makes a welcome gift
Recent shipments include Dishes, Plates,
Bowls, Sauceboats, Mixing Bowls and
several other ane ae 4222, G. W.

0. .
Hutchinson & C Re abd 6 gd:

ERMANENT NEEDLES for your
ioeors player, and needles of all kinds,
records of all kinds too. A BARNES &
co., LTD. 22.12.60—t.£.9



shipment of this
of your grocer
21,12,50—2n.





XMAS PRESENTS=Just received in
time for Xmas Presents Lentheric
‘Tweed’ Perfume and Lotion. Knight's
Lad. 20,12.50—3n

FOR RENT
HOUSES













“WINSLOW—Black Rock. From tat
January. For further ee ee Dial
3 . A. Browne, Blac °

Retin: 19.12.50—t.f.n.

FLAT —- At Sea View, Upper Bay St. Li

opposite Bay Mansion. From !st January,
a y mises.
sat 8.12.50—t-f.n,



re oS
SPREE—Cattlewash, from ‘5th January.



















Mul nished, for particulars ring
2908. rae 22.12.50—7n
‘ SUNNY VILLE — Fuily furnished
From ist. Jan, 4 bedrooms and a
modern conveniences. Appl Miss Les
Stroud yne 8203
Stroud. Phone oe
ehrrntrinneerctrneeneencenemeenant®
“SEAFORD” Worthing. From

ry r further particulars Phone

2853 ie C. Roberts, Government Hil

22.12.50.

~~ | bottom floor of



————~ | Social Club, enquire on

PUBLIC

“

AUCTION

ee
BY public Competition at
Jumes Street,

on Friday
of ‘ember 1950 at 2



our office
the 23nd day

p.m. Chatte!
dwelling house together with 2 roods.

1% perches of lend on which the same
Stands situate at Weichman Hall main
road, in the parish of St the
Property of Edw
further particulars
tions of sale apply to
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,
James St.
13.12.50—on.
a
CRYSTAL BEACH SOCIAL CLUB—One
wood and galvanized building, recently
built, size 22 x 29 at Fitz Village, St
Known as the Cyrstal Beach
Premises any
day or at Binley McColin, Shopkeeper of
Black Rock, St. Michael near Walmer: |
lodge, St. Michael. 19.12,.56—3n
Le
SEA: " situate
comet ee Saree, standing on
feeds, | f
The dwellinghouse ina ena

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James.

ving contains verandah,
’ room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-

rooms and toilet upstairs,

Electric light
and running Gerke

water throughout. Gar age

and servants rooms in yard.
The above propert
sale ty public

Y will be set up for
competition at our Office
on Friday 29th December
Inspection on application

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SALES | OFFICIAL NOTICE |

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT
APPEAL

Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS ee
~—y wetnt
OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

: —~ Defends

| IN pursuance of an Order in |

Court in the above action made on

the 18th day of October 1950, I give

} Notice to all persons having any rn

| Tight or interest in or any tien in-

cumbrance affecting. All that certain
piece or parcel of land situate at

Marleyvale in the said parish of Saint

Philp and island aforeseid containing

by admeasurement one rood nineteen

perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands of A. Vriltshire on
lands of A. Jordan on laads of ‘&

Rudder on other lands of tt said “A

Jordan on lands of §. Blades on a road

en lands of A. Riley and on the pub

read or however else the same 1

abut and bound.. To bring before me

am account of their said claims wit!
their witnesses, documents and votic!
ers, to be examined by me on any

Tuesday, or Friday between the hou

of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in th:

afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at
the Court House, Bridgetpwn befor:

the 27th day of December 1950,

order that such claims may ble ran

ed according to the nature and prio

ty thereof respectively; otherwise s\

persons will be precluded from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be d
prived of all claim on or against tn
said property

Claimants are also notified that thc
must attend the said Court on Wé
nesday, the 27th day of Decemh«

COURT OF

att







department will be clared for stock} to the tenant Mr. F. Ss. B vi x
taking on Wednesday December 27th tween the hours of 9 a.m und 32 noon |
and will not be opened until Tuesday. YEARWOOD & BOYCE
January 2nd 4951. Fort Royal Garse Solicitors. }
ltd 15,12.50—1
R. P. GOODING, os
Director igned will set up for sale
21,12,50—4n./ at their Office, No, 17 High Street,
~—— , Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th day
of December, 1950, at 2 p.m. the
TAKE NOTICE Dwellinghouse called “Sheldon” and
road moe eee containing 4,845 square
ert, situate at Shot Hall Land, U:
That THE FLORSHEIM SHOE / Bay Street, St. Michael. P ee

COMPANY, a corporation organized ond
existing under the laws of the State of
lilinois, United States of America, whose
trade or business address is 130 South
Canal Street, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, 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 «vill be entitled to
register the same after one month
from the 2lst. day of December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate two
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
p50.
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21. 92.50—8n.

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
PORATED, a corporation organised and
existing 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 foods, and will be entitled to register
the same after one 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
et_my office. |

Dated this 20th
1950.

day of December,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.12.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, 4
British Subject, trading under the style
or firm of The Elite Shirt Factory,
whose trade or business address is No
54 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 antitled to register the
same after one month from the
2lst 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 he seen on application





at_my office.
Dated this 20th day of December,
1950.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21.12.50—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, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection with articles of
elething, and will be entitled to register
the same after one 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.
20th day December,

Dated this
1950. |
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21.12.50—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alphonso Medfoid
of St. Simmons, St. Andrew, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board and = shingle shop
situated at St. Simmons, St. Andrew.

Dated this 9th day of December 195"
To J. R. BDWARDS, Esq..

Police Magistrate, Dist. “F”’.

Signed ALPHONSO MEDFORD,
Applicant.

N.B.--This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “F’, on Friday,
the 28th day of December 1950, at
11 o'clock, a.m,

of





J. R. EDWARDS,
Magistrate, Dist. “F"
22.12,50-—' a.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC
The application of Goulbourne Ashby
Alleyne of Ebenezer Village, St. Philip
for permission to sell Spirits, Malt
Liquors, &c., at a board and_ shingle
shop with shedroof attached at Ebenezer
Village, St, Philip. <
Dated this 20th day of December 1950
To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist.

(Signed)
GOULBOURNE ASHBY ALLEYNE,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “‘C” on Wednes.
day, the ard day of January 1951, +t

‘4 o'clock, a.m.

Police



nes,

G. B. GRIFFITH.
. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C"
Ag. Police ze 29 12,50—-i1

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Wendel! Holder
of Watts Village, St. George, for per
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c., at a board and shingled shop
situated at Watts Village, St. George,
near Meeting Hall, a

Dated this 18th dav of December 195”
To C.-in_Di. 1. ee i

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B”. ~

Signed WENDELL HOLDER,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at u Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “B” on Tues-
day the 2nd day of January 1051,\\at
11 o'clock, a.m.

Cc. L. D. H. WALWYN
Police Magistrate, Dist.
22.12.50—'n

LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Hilary Scantlebury
of Holetown, St. James for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., #t
2 storey wall bulid-









ing in Coleridge St. City
Dated this Dist day of December 1950
To:—H. A. TALMA
Police Magistrate,
Sed. HILARY

Dist. “A”
SCANTLEBURâ„¢

Applicant
application will be consi-
Licensing Court to be c
District A” on Tu
of January 1951



N.B.—This

{ dered at a

at Police Court

the 2nd day
; o'clock a.m

| H
1



dzy

A

TALMA
Dist

Pc Magistrate

22.12.50

oI I a a a a i et

Inspection on application to Miss Est-
wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.
For further Particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
13.12.50—12n.





MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

RESULTS of the

Modern High Schoo!
Xmas

Prize Drawing are as follow:
Series Numbers
($100) oF toa
118
a
451
dil
Gan



Ist
2rd
grd
4th
Sth
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th

Prize

ROM eRH

llth,
12th,
13th
14th,
15th.
16th.
17th.
18th.
19th
26th,



402
854
ona

w>OokPon



with ail kinds of foods and ingredients |__|
GOVERNMENT NOTICE

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor-in-Executiv

appointed a committee with the

wharves and warehouses, and t

regulation and improvement.”
¢

organisations should communicate
Secretary, Mr. F. J. Odle of the
January, 1951.

3.

4,

mation will not hesitate to make it

following terms of reference:
“To examine the conditions in the

the loading and landing of cargo, pilfera

The Committee invites persons and organisations interested
to give information orally and in writing. All such

It would be of considerable benefit to the
copies of all memoranda could be supplied.

The committee wishes to oPtain as muc
sible and it is hoped that anyone who can giv

1950, at 10 o'clock a.m. when the
seid claims will be ranked
Given under my hand this 18th «i
of October 1950, Ml
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal,

OFFICIAL SALE

EARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL





(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WILTSHIRE
—Plaintin
GSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

—Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that b
vutue of an Order

of the Assistant
Sree of Appeal dated the 18th day
°

October 1950 there will be set up |
for sale to the highest bidder at the|
Offee of the Clerk of the Assistan:
Court of Appeal at the Court House
Dridgetown, between the hours of
nocn) and 2 o'clock in the afternoo:
cn Friday, the 29th day of Decembe |
195¢. All that certain piece or parce!
cf land situate at Marleyvale in ihe
siid parish of Saint Philip and isian.(
aforeguid containing by admeasurement
one rood ninetean perches or ther
abyuts abutting and bounding on land
ot A. Wiltshire on lands of A. Jorda:
on lands of EB. Rudder on other lands
of the said A. Jordan on lands os
Plades on a road on lands of A Rule)
and en the public road or however
else the same may abut and bound
éna if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every suc.
ceeding Friday between the same
hours until the same is sold for a sur)
not less than £125.0.0

Dated this 18th day of October 195(
Vv. GILKES
Assistant



I
of the
of Appeal

Acting Clerk Court |

e Committee has

port area in regard to
ge, the control of traffic,
© make recommendations for their

persons and
send memoranda to the
Department before 15th

with or
Labour

committee if eight

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Sailing from Amsterdam Dever $ ‘ », Sa zing
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| “Bonaire” Sth., 6th. Janu 1950,
| Selling from Amsterdam—m.s. “Willem- The MV CARIBBER wink
| stad” 19th. December, 1960, m.<. “Oranje- accept Cargo and Passengers for
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22rd. December, 1950. Ne and St. Ritts. Sailing Sri
Sailing from Hamburg, Bremen, and day 5th Jaruary 195
Amsterdam “‘Boskoop” 16 Decem-
ber, 1980, s.s. “Hermes” 12th. December B.W.1 SCHOONER OWN-
1950 .
Sailing to Trinidad Etc m.s. “Helena -
11th, December, 1950, «8. “Cottica” ,26th ERS ASSOCIATION, Inc.
December 1950, ss. “Willemstad” Ist
2 r 50, s.s. “Helder” 2r 1
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Sailing to Madeira, Plymouth, apd
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| December, 1950. —— Le —
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[_—— ee =
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| (French Line)
| S.S. “GASCOGNE Sailing to Trinidad & French Guiana on
Dec ‘r 28th, 1950
11] SS. “GASCOGNE” Sail to Plymouth and Le Havre via
| Martinique and Guadeloupe on January
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S.S. “COLOMBIE"” Sailing to Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao,
Cartagena and Jamaica on January 17th,
1950,
SS. “COLOMBIE Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
Martinique and Guadeloupe on January
28th, 1950,
All ships accepting Passengers, Cargo and Mail
S.S. “GASCOGNE” First Class pa Only
S.S. “COLOMBIE” Fi Cabin and Tourist Class passages






& ENAN

for that last minute touch-up

Almost any shade or colour
obtainable at

CENTRAL EMPORTUM

(Central Foundry Ltd., Proprietors)
Cnr. of Broad & Tudor Streets.

THE



h information as pos-
e any relevant infor-
available to the committee.

22.12.50—3n

sien atime 88.18. B08
ST. MICHAEL’S GIRLS’ SCHOOL

BARBADOS, B.W.1.

THE FOLLOWING GIRLS W



ILL BE ADMITTED TO Sr’.

MICHAEL'S GIRLS’ SCHOOL ON MONDAY,









JANUARY
Allder, Loraine Louise
Atkins, Portia Elaine
Barker, Maureen Pamela
Bannister, Vernese Vanite
Bayley, Marie Reginw
Kelgrave Myrna Ethelda
Best, Gloria Anita
Best, Veltine Carmeta
Brooks, Joan Erna
Browne, Patsy Janice
Callender, ellene Elverra
Clarke, Lorraine Lucretia
Drayton, Cecile Beverley
Drayton, Yvonne Aleanore
Foster, Neza Loretta
Francis, Hazel Kathleen
Gill, (Blackman) Harriet Lorraine

Grant, Jane
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Herbert, Marguerite Beverle

Holder, Joyce Yvonne

Hope, Margaret Thabo

Hope, Maxine Yvonne

Howard, Catherine Bernice

The Headmistress invites the parent

accompany
9.15 a.m, as she is desirous of meeting th

their daughters/wards to the School on Monday, January

15TH, 1951

Jackman, Lileta
Jones, Ouida
King, Shirley
Lewis, Angela Evelyn
Lynch, Dorothy Irene
Mapp, Barbara Joan
Maxwell, Celestine Plaine
Maxwell, Sylvia Elaine
Morgan, s Cicely
Morris, Orene Vaskti
Niles, Ina Maylene
Padmore, Felicia Caroline
Rollock, Cicely Yvonne
Sinckler, Merle Esther
Thomas, Barbara Augusta
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Tudor, Valda Elaine
Trotman, Joan Isabelle
Weeke Erla Winifred
Went, loria Yvonne
Went, Shirley Patricia
Winter, Ruth Colleen
Yarde, Ean Ingelow
Yorke, Vyena Jeanette
"Parris, Goraleen
Seantlebury, Ermine Armeta
Craigg, Cecile Cleo
fuardians of the above named gi:

15th, 1951, at

em all individually

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PAGE EIGHT

Why Not Have England

Foo

tngland were each presented with
By PETER DITTON six Renown Shirts at a function
“ LONDON which took place at Messrs, H. P
see Cheeseman & Co., Ltd., Middle
THE International stage is now empty until April when | Street, local agents for Renowr
England and Scotland meet at Wembley to decide which }Shirts.
country shall become British champions. After that, In- oe a ae ey PIP
ternationals become’ almost as plentiful as flowers in May. | 4, aa Pong Mavemohl?' "tiem
Early in December £E olan | Ww cekes, and Clyde Walcott
played Argentina at ce ley ere atns shirts for Rev. Palmer
Later they. tackled Portug Ba nes, Messrs. C. B. Williams,
Gordison Park. Evertor | THE GAMBOLS M. Werrell, Allan Rae, Alf
around the same time Vaientine. Hines Johnson and W
and -Wales had games a Ferguson, the scorer These will
France and Portugal All eiiher be posted or taken to their
maiches were arranged in owners
nection with the Festiv:
Britain and it goes without
that. it will be a much happie: House Damaged
Festival for these game dati ; j
With only one International as THE root ola eet it Mar-
a preliide to these Fesiival games tinique, My Lord’s Hill, was ex-
—and certain changes bound to enews aamagea When @ a
be made from the last Eng ida broke oo shortly before § o'clock
which drew 2 2 vith Yu via ETON te -Berned’ by. Veus
at Highbury last mo th Wairond and occupied by Joseph
players chosen to represent thi apis eer ee :
country are not going to hav It i understood that Drakes
much opportunity to develop teas was not at home but some-
work. The few days get-together one inforrned him of the incident
they hae before an Internationa Neighbours assisted him in put-
is not sufficient to produce the kin ting out the blaze
of understanding that can produc 1t 16Nn‘T The Fire Brigade turned out
goal-winning moves. What i EVERY WIFE WHO'D HAVE THE but when they reached the scene
needed is real match practice COURAGE TO SHOW HER HUSBAND the fire was already out
against first class opposition A BOOKIES BILL LIKE THAT Scala Ainalathalaniniatecadiierans
No Story “Confused Broadcasi
Once upon a time, and this i: At Alleyne School
no fairy story, the problem usec A PLAY, “Confused Broadcast
to be tackled in just this way ene was included in the pro-gramme |
International trial matches usec St Phil of the St. Andrew’s Church Sun-
to he. held and from these trials e ip day School children at their Con-
the Selectors used to pick the f cert at the Alleyne School last
England team. Then they knew B i Club a
exactly how any chosen playe Ooys A e Chure ho ing carols
faced up to Internationa’, opposi- i there ere also comedy
tion. A CHRISTMAS PARTY was |$!:¢'¢h dance Rev.
It was in 1937 that the last of held. at the St. Philip Boys’ !G ( Mi Wo rdroffe acted as
these real trial games was held Ciub, yesterday evening, Mem- ¢iirma: vhile My Ww jailey
and .it was labelled Probables bers of the club were given gifts | conducted one choir
against Possibles. Such great play- and afterwards entertained with
ers as Young (Huddersfield).|!:uns, ice cream, etc, Mr. J w.l
Cullis (Wolverhampton ) r I.. Chenery, President of the! SEU ELEY RTF:
Gunga eet Appeared in| Club Committee, wished the boys|
ame and it is perhaps inte: , Cc is acs a
esting to recall that of the 22 Happy, Christmas. | volte gaipmonettbean cid
selected, only two, Bartram of The Club Choir sang While
Chariton who was the Possibles’) Shepherds Watched Their Flock mf
goal-keeper and Compton ., Away in the Manger” and Was -|
Arsenal who was their right-bactr | sail Also on the programme}
are still playing in first class socce was a play, “Good King Wences
England's successes in those day ‘jus and for this the boys were
bore ample testimony to the use-| highly applauded, Messrs Vv
fulness of these games Englana| rowne and P. Hall condueted
were on top of the football world! the choir,
They won the International Cham-! Major Frank Walcoti highly
pionship that season with maxi-| commended Misses Grave Bushell
mum points. + tend Iris Kirton for their part in
Unfair | making the function a success. melded the following:

Of course, it would b
suggest that the re-intre

these trial games would produce
upsurge [n
standard of English football
at least it would give a chance t¢

an immediate

young players on the fringe of ‘A

first International honours. At the} ‘pre Combe ; FOS dr® 8.8. 8 to meld

same time it would show whether! (4 es ombermere Schoo] Glee sitter ey aa

players such as Lawton and an eee 6 See W recital of Joker. as these cards are stint

Hagan, former Eng igdme® gea| Soe a t ymbermere Wnaccounted for and your

‘eae enough 10 mee. the pi vas ‘hool last night A big audi part a TT you me Bare scene

they have lost. And most impor-! ence which included the Gov- doker you might well be wast-

tant of all, it ‘would give England ernor and his wife attended Mea git nionet for at leant
Ath, F maT le ‘| The recite ste : . p hree Elghts are known to be

Internationals an opportunity to The recital lasted an hour and i » Opponents’ hands

play in more International-type | ‘ half and was conducted by

soccer r Pe) Mr. O, A. Pilgrim ;

Disadvantage of trial games is On the programme of eight -

that players are not inclined to go

i shich were sung
all-out against club colleagues : ya & i
gues, | ne Ree Ree c 7 ’ mn ,

but we 2 oy al crepnacetiy sly eer saaews diols soleus hich What's om Today
small matter, for which allow- eee . oe ee ae ' >
ances can be made, when compared ; ay wg oe oe Ms A a Court of Ordinary — 10.00
with the res ) se these, e accompanists were a.m.
games. Pa eanaR aN Mr. I, L, Gittens and Mr, B, D Sale of house at Welchman

Players I would like to see given Callendar Hall, St. Thomas, by
am opportunity in such a trial t Messrs. Hutchinson &
ao played shortly before th Banfield, Solicitors, James

ngland-Seotland match are Street—2 p.m.
Williams (Wolverhampton); Ram-_|, Err RD BRIDGE Sale of house at Fitts Vil-

sey (Tottenham),





W.I. Players Get
Renown Shirts
anager and some of the

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and that you can go out
quickly before the opponents
bave made too big a score
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‘ctions there were twelve carols,

three vocal solos

L, Smith lage, St. James, at office

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(Arsenal); Johnston (Blackpool) ¢ By M. Harrison- Gray ; of Vincent Griffith, Auc-
Franklin (Stoke City). providins Dealer: North $ tioneer, Shepherd Street
his lay-off has not affected him Game all —2 p.m.
Dickinson (Portsmouth) N Paty 2 het “A”

: : arty at District “A for
ere sheer) canea & © 1076 policemen’s children—4.30
(Hull), = Milburn (Newcastle) ie oF pit,

Bailey (Tottenham) and Medley ¢ 3 K o's 8 Special Xmas programme at
pers aie ‘ Hastings Rocks by Police
Opposing them I would like to « Ww s . ’
see Ditchburn (Tottenham); Rob- ces e s 32 Band—8,00 p.m.
‘ ss ae Ki ¥uUIBS 4? The Police Band will give
inson (Middlesbrough) Astor (“eK Q10b6 O97 ;
ster ite » Ecker < A ‘ their usual fortnightly
(Manchester United) or Eckersle © @39545: hE ;
na i Tri ralwar. Z : Concert at the Hastings
(Blackburn ) Wright (Wolver- . oa at & otalodk tentaht
hampton), Compton (Arsenal) @ su4gs a $a eanirat See
Watson (Sunderland); Hancock ee 8 The oe rel ae nes
(Wolverhampton). Hagan (Shef my ; § popu “ carols an or
field United), Lawton (Notts iia tas ena cialis eis tunes that are requested,
County). Mannion (Middle missec in Room | because 2

brough),

and Langton



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The Weather

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Brion Or La TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.11 a.m.
LONDON Sun Sets: 644 p.m
Jack Gardner new Moon (Full): December 24
British Empire h Lighting: 6.00 p.m,
champion may make hi High Water: 2.16 a.m.,
here against either 1.37 p.m.
Starza of New York YESTERDAY
Brion of Argentina, Rainfall (Codringto.):
Sam Burns _ busines.

for promoter Jack Solomons said ,
today he will send terms to both

of the young contender
at Earls Court

round bout
on March 27,

Gardner won his titl
Court by stopping
cock in 11 rounds last n

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who already has agree
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WONDERFUL XMAS SHOW and DANCE

For THE OLD LADIES’ HOME, Constitution Road ©
is to be held in the Great Ballroom. Show starts at 9.30 p.m.
Dancing until 2.00 a.m.
Capt. Raison’s Police Band « Norman Wood -— Show Arrangements
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Sandwiches, Cake and Christmas Fixings served with Tea or Cottee
Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered

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TAGF. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1950 Qahib Qallinq L ADY STOW Ml amoni ;he passengerwho led Bl yesterday by R.W I A f-.i S: IAMMM She tut* |QM Chrttbnaa with her ion Administrator o* Si t Here For Two Weeks "WS GEORGE I>r NOHRICA II arrived from Trinidad yeterday morning bs H W I A to spend two week*' holiday in Bin (•ados She was met at Sea well bv Mr. and Mrs Charles MarKenzle She l a guest at the O, Hotel Back From U.K. M R. C. L PITT, who has been in England for about three month" returned over the wi-vkend via Trinidad by M W I A The trip Irom England to Trimdad wi made h* ship. Mr. Pit* Is of the ilrm n. C L. Pitt and Co., and most of his sta\ in the UK. was in Stan more. Middlesex From Wa.hinfton A T present holKlsy'.ng In Barbados is Miss Muriel Knight . ___„, %  ._.. %  .__ who arrved from Washington U>\ LADY 8TOW hoW,n h r weak to spend Christmas with ytatdar by B.W LA to ipend Chrutmai In at Lucia B.B.C. Radio Programme mruAV. r>. a. ,ssa 1 • TK. Mr... : io gja H m I wmm TIM Heart, iThta -ii. iz is pm Na* am %  %  %  i. ii i IL-II U Haw aw at. i J >, n. iwimu u *H"' 1 p.m. tnl-ilud^ I T-vr N< 1 10 b ,. II a RM | Hill. In. I : %  pit. Sport* RrvirtY. 2." %  n rua-iiih Songa. J p n. The LV •" *• "•"•anton Tr-c* l tS p% M..I a>. Band. 4 P n. Tha *.. 4 ft V '• r D*ll| fnm. 4 11 pm Mfkn al •M Opw> a p n. Sarirf. U. ^phiap„ i .•ara** **> r „, V.iu.hJlM.iU.. L m AMMIU V. BncMnT IIV p ... THa Rnth l.at.. II* PIT. Nri.1 A-.*l>Ma T '0 pin W*..i InaUan OI*-I Nlatfvt. 14* pm What in* IsMwifr *mn1 lll • p m fla>ato Vm-pf-l I IS p m C"n, | ini f •.,,••* SJ pm Tli DMMN COM.IH... %  4* pm inSo-lharn cxrtM.ua %  • ' pm LMnmunlam in ^attira. 10 Tha PlXva 10* pm Pram Uw % %  >. %  naaa. Ml* pm erartliHii Dirn ii*l* p IT Intarlu**, i*4a pm ftJ Affair.. II pan I'IOM rtown Two Sis-cr* M RS ROBERT DE SOL'^A and her sister Miss Carru IVi retra are at present holiday mt in Burbados andare staying with. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marshal) ui and Mr and Mrs, Dougla* Wslwvn left A< ua <£ ^ %  rdens. They ant _ (runt Tnnirtail ilm-.ii -• % % %  •-V AQI ATM 4 I.I II CINEMA iM.mb.r.Only) WVIINEES; TODAY and TO-MORROW al 5 p.m. TON4C.HT TO HAT! It DAY AT • IS MILTON MERLE ana VIRGINIA MAYO in "ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING" with RUTH ROMAN — BFRT I.AHR A Warner Br,* Picture Americans in Venezuela R A Nil MRS NEIL BRINCK relatives She Is staying at si.itloiHouse. Muriel has been living in ilnI'.S for about seven years *\/i and this is her second visit home *'**'* "" since she (Irst went up. She arlll '". "'"""do* """ inp aTueatt at be here for about -ix ..e*-k-. tH-f.r. -"'labank returning to Washington when %  BrtBCk I %  Si I she works at tho British Admit i Dek'gjtJon Insillute ol Inter-Amciitan .iffairi in VafMna La Puilftalll With Relatives J£*" ,' S Ul l ]>0 a M W IwaTuwsl ml' AViminiv AjnagOB H I where H NDMRS JOE AXUHIEUX h(>> ll|iV(1 |(U)|[ ,, .. M %  'fft'a ? !" ^ ^r"T '•''" ; iu ^' u '-' '" •"""y i,l i ,V .1 pl i na, lin u > MoW > HoaplUia on boats with relative-, there Mr Andrteux t(mt iil> u> M r ver U a former Manager ,.f the Rov.il Ml | lnn k hl „ H I Bank of Canada In MarUniquigetuaU) connected nith where he was statin.HTt for sixteen ,, r|lcIlon lf ,.,. years before his retirement Thi> hospitalexpect to be away for three weeks %  m* n %  Tri-iJ.j v r Mr Plimmer Returns ^L :Ji ORE'LI.Y K< jyj wh „ it>t FT)unths h (1 or Trinidad accompanied i,oe M s!.,. n, K m Barbados returned his H ,p fc und „ dai '5 h l* r "niela to TrinMart over the week-end bv arrived from Trinidad yestorday H W I A Sha Uvfna M b ;.? W A tu i p n t WelVe day Aqualie Gardens Ouaal House at the Marine Hotel W|!h Ml ., ,.. Mar Mr. O'Reilly i Lennox O'Rellb otth Of S.r CROSSWORD lll J r 1 rrl* "~ r T O^ IT r' iT~.rn ~" droppUis lo o I'IU-U.I U'-i ... tftanor aboin h i paoV(kl £ rhu* ab:e Ii ouuCandlof. (31 io th avc ii DM* ruaaa anuwki%  Teed. anser or Iilal inlaraat. |5> JO S iijiiKru liuiiie. 14) 'Jt SUCH m::'inB "icm. quality. <4i 21 Adam .i:-t liavvic %  'it "rat. mi INi*S J suaor. Oosrii Oito* puralbly l4i i aUkf uu -.!., CM. %  %  > %  itriir to tti* preanii aga |S| j frelaOe ui a sennon, t*.) Bve daatt tor a chant*. **t • rnia aort ol Prince in nappaa: aaout Otirlalioaa lima. Hi ni Such a aiiuatloo calls lor •rorsera :*> 13. Cspioaive i <7i -j ni rl| Dan uaod ullTifrmiii*. II is What uu nnd in ter mil. tba 34 in th* sr* isi •I rasa or Ui* on u anw tn %  %  -.. i ol •MWtda* %  .,!., %  Mi. ... i aa* a IA>aii faint im Loan %  •; o. iO HiNti -aIj Naar; ]*. NIL i ai <" H" 'i • f> uo>n nntr, %  Haalaii S 8M 1 Arfoaa: 5 M-.. .. Just In Time V|l> FRED OLTON >i'> Tha t>n>> fk.. MA TINS! ItNDAI a pa. ulh ROMAN in THE BAKRKADE ,;•'."iWoi'^z a <.MHII; INVITES YOU shall Mi I'limmer Is the mother ot Mr. Joe Pllmmer, Manager of tho Trinidad Water Pno team whlek toured Barbados last it" Miss M.inv.i I'limmej .i mrmlx* of the TnM td 1. i %  Family Reunion KENNETH MILI.KL vod from Trinidad •I W I A it n (.,mothvt and sisters tor Christmas Ken has been living in Trlniuad for about a year He is with Muggins and Co He expects to be line for rtiKHit three weeks Week-end Arrival A lUtlVINO i lv .i UN week-end from Ihe US was the Rev II T Gentles. Supt of the Mt. Sinai Church in HarlMidos. He wns away for about l!\c month*. He.ii lived vt,i Trinidad lv II W I A Rupert's Autumn Primrose -3.9 4. I. O II I \MAS EVE \IMM i I SHOW Sunday 24th. I? orlark a* toMoaaoa %  <••• %  S-.-s. i a "OIIR* VERY OWN" Ami OaaSBaaMSal D*ll. al 4 4S aa* • *• P a.. tpM-i.1 Th* M U K-al Sl".n "PIAMO %  HIT"*t -fi"aii A CUMNAL H ttflB MAKl & MM MM Dm) T..v Hoaw MIDNITB ilMil SATVaitAt nan A MlaillSSl naablri Tha BV.wa.-v Bo>. artth Tl:X HITTF.K II LM GORCgY in Whit, l'U.i. „, M. MM RIDES AGAIN & MAN FROM TEXAS A MOSOA1. Ki PJaaMav l'r....,i.H~n LOOk FOR IHE SILVER LINING "STRANCT ALftl>iih Arthur KKHMCnV Ann PEHRY uch itnngi at tiiu>iftd sins murmuri, Jid I hoi' %  have behevad ihe imfl| WON '*> %  flW H>il i Ml I SM 'And -imr et ihf P' Raprn. -Why. rourtr." trap* Malt, 'irt shr l*fe rSr way b.ik ihrOhRh ih* nil B'a 1 i : 1. i I CO %  > Opening To-da\ ."> & 8.30 pan. WITH — THE ALL-STAR TALENT SHOW ALVA ARTHUR—"While Xmi" CHARLES HINDS—-Sllenl Nil." OiiCAH CROON—"My Foolllh Hwrt" EDDV I1AU—'Bewitched, Bothered and BWMlrN" SAM OORIWN—"Maybe It's Because" WALTER BURKE—"Doctor. Lawyer" LUCILLE CRAIG—"Chalancga Boy" JOE CLARKE—"Bop: Goes My Hear!" WINSTON RUDDER—"Ol.r Very Own" ( HFSTON HOLDER— Olc Man Rlyer" SAVE VOI'R '. TICKETS AND WIN 4 CARTONS OF HBINEKEN'S BEER llonaled by K K. IIUNTE A CO FRICEK: Pll 2: Home 36: Balroay 4S: Horn 611 I MIMIll TO-DAY Z.30 and I 30 and CanUnutai: Dnnryl F. Zanuck preaenu Richard WIDMARK Unda DARNELL Stephen McNALLY in "NO WAY OUT" Sidney POITIER Mildred Joanne SMITH & Harry BELLAVER SATT'RDAV Mrd MID MITE SHOW M-G-M Double "MARX BROTHERS AT THE CIRCUS AND "BIG JACK" Wallace BEERY & Hlchard CONTE A UHlVaSSAlFICIUHI 104 SATI'RDAY 9.30 AM MATINEE -fits ( rut DNsamir -1* CHARIB MrlM.lliMi k III. LTD. o o g XAM*WA-X*> PLENTY of SPLENDID TOYS Qround Floor at EVANS 27 Broad Si. Upstairs at WH1TF1ELDS 15 Broad Sr. Non-Crease Rib-Crepe 6 delightful shades including Orchid 36wide 1 A9 per yd. "TOOTAL" BOYS' TIES EVANS and WHITFIELDS NEW QOODS I IIOXY TO-DAY Only ISO S15 Republic Whole Serial . "ZORRO'S BLACK WHIP" Oeore J LEWIS & Unda STERLING SATURDAY 23rd MID NITF. SHOW M-O-M pre"enl* BOOM TOWN" Starring Clark GABLE A Spencer TRACY ROYAL TO-DAY I'MI. 430 AS.30 M-G-M Double . Frank SINATRA & Kathryn GRAYSON "KISSING BANDIT" AND "ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY with Clark GABLE SATIRIIAY .'3rd MTO VTTE SHOW Serial BLACK Rerjultltc Wholi "ZORRO'S WHIP Starring George J. LEWIS & Linda STERLING OLYMPIC LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 4S and Ml 0lh Century Fox present-; "JESSE JAMES" Starring Tyrone It IWEH I!"., FON DA SATl'KDAY 23rd MID NITF SHOW Republiu Whole Serial . "CRIMSON GHOST" Charlea QUIGLEY Clayton MOORF TT/J GLOBE THEATRE .ATTRACTIONS TOMORROW — SATl'KDAY 9.30 a m KIDDIES MATINEE "EYES OF THE UNDERWORLD" 5 & 8.30 P.M. CASBAH With Speri.il Hall Hour Show "GET HEP TO LOVE" t.LOKIA JEAN AND DONALD O'CONNOR AND "SIN TOWN" CONSTANCE RENNET A BROD CRAWFORD Have Your TtrkeU for I Hampers gK*KRRHnnmmnnnrin*nnnm\i\'M*Hf\w*uw,*w,\z. ZASTM/WIF. CHECK I Ills list AJVO SELECTION AT I "PYRAMID" MEN'S HANKIES I BRIKHTE\ I'M* 1 Ol II HOME ... FOR CHRISTMAS CONGOLEUM FLUOR (OVKKINC1 OILCLOTH K\AMKI.S—n wide variety ol shades BROWN VARNISH VARNISH STAINS ••JAXA" POLISH TURPENTINE PAINT BRUSHES SANDPAPER YOU SHOP IN COMFORT WHEN VOf SHOP WITH US The Hardware Store without the Parking Problem %  XBMS TREE LIGHTS and DECORATIONS £ TOYS •E PYREX WARE 1 Z \ CAKE TINS IIIUN TINS SPONGE FINGER TINS THE BARBADOS < O-Ol'l II Vll VI COTTON FA4TORV LTD. HAIDWAIE DEr UtTVENT Telephone No :•]• %  DRIP PANS lE STRAINERS £TURNERS ( LADLES Rf'l'TLERY J STOVES. 1. !. J *4 i BURNEB | OVENS— DOUBLE AND SINGLE AT im s. x s aiW IHHMI I YOCH CUPS AND SAUCERS MEAT AND VEGETABLE DISHES PLATES ENAMEL WARE SAUCEPANS TEA POTS COFFEE POTS JUGS BASINS BOWLS i in I win i:-. CHAIRS OIL CLOTH CONGOLEUM VARNISH. ENAMELS POLISHES %  51 V*l %  V. y %  v %  %  S7 y %  y %  y CORNER STORE y I %  M



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TACT. FOITJ BARBADOS ADVOTATF FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1950 BARBAi^sSAmDrrfrE | \||*Y l r eha UTMM C*.. in mM •< p '•< Friday, Drrcmhri 22. 1950 MWIX.IHV DAY YESTERDAY was ihe happiest day thins n( Si. Michael spent for many a year. They were treated to rich Christmas cheer contributed by the merchants of Bridgetown. And they deserved it The facl that these scavengers can foregather for a merry pre-Chnstmas spree is not a subject for idle laughter. These are the men whose energies are daily directed towards keeping the City clean and they do keep it clean. This newspaper has not recanted its conviction with regard to the dirt and filth to be found in Bridgetown during the day. Sanitary conditions are far from satisfactory but it is not the scavengers who are to blame; neither is it the Sanitary Authority. The fault lies with the people who live and work in Bridgetown; and this does not mean the man in the street alone Highly paid clerks and junior business executives, many civil servants and members of middle class families throw cigarette boxes and stubs, chocolate bar wrappings, husks from nuts, fruit iktal and scraps of paper from small parcels on the platforms while awaiting the 'bus. and spit on the pavements and in refuse boxes along Broad Street. The porter from any store will throw some of his sweepings into the gutter instead of the refuse box; and in broad daylight old people and young urchins will answer the calls of nature in the open drains near the windows of restaurants and stores and next the standpipe where and while the mauby seller mixes her sugar for sweetening her bark. These are the offences against decency which endanger public health and which keep Bridgetown in a condition which is ,i disgrace to modern civilised society. And so the Christmas cheer to scavengers is a token to them that then effort! are appreciated. These are the men who turn out at an early hour and remove the dirt and filth which unthinking people scatter unnecessarily in the alleys and on the streets. It is true that they are paid and in the opinion of many people, well paid but theirs is nevertheless a nasty, thankless job of work. The merchants of Bridgetown and members of the Sanitary Commissioners have made it possible for them to enjoy a happy Christmas. They deserve it. It is now the duty of the other members of the public to afford them a clean New Year. They deserve it. Revere ON Christmas Duy His Excellency the Governor of Barbados will broadcast to the listeners of Radio Distribution and the listeners on private wireless sets who know the frequency on which the transmission will be made. The Governor is following a tradition, a worthy tradition set by His Majesty King George V. True it is that there are traditions in England which are worthy of emulation but in this the very object is defeated merely because of the adoption of a secondary medium. Radio Distribution recently published the fact that they had registered their 4,000th subscriber. If it is allowed that in each family there are four members then the audience reached by this means can be estimated at 16,000. On Sunday 15,000 subscribers will pay for that day's edition of the Barbados Advocate and if the same allowance is made for four members in each family then the message will have reached at least 60.000 people, scattered throughout Barbados and not confined to three parishes. When the paper is read by these, it will be read by borrowers, as is the custom in Barbados and so the message will reach probably another 60.000 making a total of approximately 120.1100 people. In Great Britain when the King broadcasts from Sandringham he speaks to many millions more than could be reached by the newspaper with the greatest circulation of four million. He speaks to at least twenty million listeners to the B.B.C. in the United Kingdom and many more in the territories of the British Commonwealth. In Barbados it is just the opposite. Our Header* Say : Agricullurp To The Editor, The Advocate Sir,—May I corupatulale you en the Leading Article m las* Sunday's Issue under 'lie heedlm "Hands and Head". I read It With much interest and pleasure. It showed that you recognise thf supreme importance of Ann •-ulturp in Ihe Went Indies, Kkti r points connected with Uie situation in ond eonvinrini: manner I hopu 0 return i tinsubject und go into further detail. WliatI to do in the wav industries, developing those we already ha*-'' lng; others, agriculture must raiaain the main sphere lor LOi\ 1i lo last the rauua UiUOl I I [ system, what roniiwrr %  find, say. with 'i i l %  %  1 policy After France abol I i f %  %  excluded M mont T'i. I —it it li.. France. An essential aim of French post-war policy in regard to its llorlea I-, %  are lo be used for ul reasons where dealran %  objective 1*1 inherent I HM IT %  v. %  lv Tho mill i.. to make the African it black rrartchman, and to make the colonies not self-.. i.illy, so in ,'iy I). They • II be i-.ii.nu.a out*, %  at The 1 I be welded Into D Uant entity ran ft la to tin Empire where i> ,: Me, and economlc prog] tit worked out in I' i urcin the CO These Buttwrltarian tendencies" and e\i i i i. my mind, playing havoc with Uie developrneni ul tin in ihe ecenot %  okmJa] p M) may be BUflunlarisad In two sentences. one colony haa t>< prctu< ol thior thai %  in return Import quotas of i->mnniiiu~. Senegal, iiiundnuts for the vegetable oil n*i>. ..' France, and Indo-Chlna rice i And %  aeh colon) run) .f military manpower to ihe Empire <.f the French colonies, save Indo-Chlna oi those embryiiiui legislatures .,1 ll l-Xl. lit.'.." % %  %  IlrtUsh colonies Suofa i %  'ittmpl.ili'd. foe ting Colonial opinion, does not tf<> bej I i ndfa Paris cOUneUl men with purely nki'i. functions, or. H she to the PorUament In Pan E '< %  • n B. u. rim..n„ ortri era, and the salient attru .: %  oraa Ihe key The >< 1 %  from Paris. to ih.exclusion of sctf-governnn" | nut I* fraught with danger, and of Indo-Chii Una] issues will surely have provided France with %  %  lanee in the demands of >> changing world. Su much for Uie Frenrh; what %  bOUl the HritiHi, The ilritlsh Empire | %  .... t. B. TIMOIIIV of free nations Such a long; ..-. the meril of bocomand Britain, in .. make %  virtue of neeagatty when ..ii impt.it. mi dependency matures to Uie point of self-<(i-teimn,aii<.n The British Commonwealth gtvea singular, historic.it evidence of Teaii.-int: the dual rartncjnra of 'or 'freedom lo quit 1 when %  dependency reaches %  dull ilatur* Indu und Biirmn :iro historic examples Tin one ind ihe other quit l>uring the pabi week, I have been cooductlnf a ooa mai lng tour In order to draw an imFROM ""<"" Prejudice A Myth? (From Our London Correspondent | LONDON. Dec. 12, taking a new approach next B problems of race and racial dismitiation. A flrtl step was tuken last i ng off .. %  r %  %  %  %  , and of experts issued under curiosity was heightened and my l admlraUoi I .(.(Iked ilown Letidi %  Strai -huh car1 average traffic spe i of 8.4 m.p.h I I was particularly attra> number of hopp*iI saw Tin. recalled to me th. < ..in Hell I i"iidon. Smoky und ver> populous" I found myself in the luxurv ird Street There, women m HI. charming and attractive some of them. most. n nil fully ot the goods In the -hop windows. Curiosity propelled me •"" As I %  trying on some hatand rr eved in that din would-be purchaser kept im living on one hut aft.-i Hi.n'h.r \! 1**1, he found something which she ibotudU attod mm iieautifulh. : hop as; %  Bg i Tin sorry, Mssdam." rt assistant, -but thnt was your own hat which you hi. int., ura counter. Madam.'* Onwarda via the oafea and restauranta, I M I^mdoners sipping, munching, chawing, olbbUna via gobbling. On to a PDH I And Its count eager but orderly throng Flo' QUj in the tina %  hoppn i irafuUy lurveyed u* rod cruokena n was obvtoua the) tn Po buy or not to buy?" That was the that the iroups question. Should she buy now the, ... Christmas turkey al 5/9 a lb. or I 'Uttfi'nce. temperament or other men wait a few more dayi lust In case prices were reducd? A oommoartary on Britain's economy today to watch perhaps, but oartl amusing to a p*H>r Hritish housewife rNE8CO*g authority a statement on the %  d conclusions of those m been reKai'ded as i i stal in various qu.i Ajlthl I lOtJ Institute in he United Kingdom declnrcs that inquiries : lade among British anthropologists reveals the inclusion ol vis* i entitle evidence did less lice to tin' great cause itself and to mity with which anthro] i "uld a"i'-e upon the main essentials. The Institute has now announced that as I correspondence it has exchanged th the Division \>>i the Study nl Kacial Toblerns, uNBSCO, a new |>m ,il-iL,t (he medical use of n haa bean u* d lb success to •nsure relatively pain* %  childbirth Mthout uuMihetlO! and munv peophi bavo in readimj of such oeses, whether rpnotian ml v;iii-l;. usi.i bv ill cnulii and should; but IB* fear uf bypraottsm. and a prcjudne ngainvt it which has given rise to a general idea that hypno4 in i ven when it is not pure charlatanism, belongs at least In Ihe underworld of medicine. Like Iveagall %  tear opinion? I have known of more than one doctor who used hypnotiMii with success nervoin patient*, hut they talk al>ut U very little brcauM* of tru general prejudice Ignorance of the real nature of hypnotism lends l-i'opl,. to Itelieve tlut It is a kind Of black magic, i>r ..t least that It uivolvea %  onw dangeroui resunnatio'i of willpower and personality. Some Mage hypnotists are lereali ras p ona fl se for thli false Idee in their perforasnci Sd by trickery an<( Ulustol gtve Ihe Iraasesatoi U il I tj in able to oi-iiuve .i Bnrengall-lllu control over almost anybody, and that this control may last miL-tuiitely. bviotislv not true; and I have Jtllf bO QC rc.niing a book* which convllieai me that, alhough stage hypnotism may have Ighly -ugtherefore to be ildsd, hypnotism could be im • i \duable In the hands ot responsible medical prseUtloueri The author of Ihta book, Dr. H J Van Pelt, i Hsiiej Btreel I who has mad) MV, Hi.f hypnutisin in his own pfsiel %  believi UKM it honld be !'" more widely used Be :ill QJUSSl-nUsSJi II hypnotism vei v far) i ; %  i mystsrlousi ii U 1 Lite in which the |al out reaches an advanced degree of relaxation, mental gnd high!) uggMtlblc. Litllil Trance POT medical pOTpOSSS, %  i. very Ugh) trance is neccsBy MARGARET LANE %  siy In which the patient is aware Of everyUiing that is going on. and can wrneaaher It afterward*, only about one person in four Is capable of the deep hypnotic urance which is akin to sleep-walking and Dr. Van Pelt believes that for medical purposes this is both unnecessary and unsuitable. The power of suggestion is formidable—quite apart from hypnotism Advertising ami propaganda rely wholly on it, and we all control our behaviour largely by self-suggestion—believing, for instance, thai %  • cannot give up smoking we arc bound to do ncrvoiiwlu-i we meet strangers, or a ttmaand other things. n %  erne reasonable, then, that curative suggestions, made while the patient is semi-conscious and highly receptive, could be axtremelj valuable; end it is known that many cases of alcuholiMu. excessive smoking and otl pulsive habits ha\ . %  fully treated by this r.. How To Kt-lax Nervous patkeatl can be taught to relax (a natural BbUrtj which modern urban man is |„-, n ,fu-st) and the many diseases which are the ftamp fCliawan of nervoua tension can be alleviated or avoided. It is unlikely Uiat a man who knows Uie secret of i, will Mtfrer from chronic btdlgesUon, duodenal ulcer or and It hypnotism can this technique u< ] I..I. -.,i can) Uien il surely provides the Ui-tor with a valuable weap,,i Hut l>i Van Pell much further than ihi ud bl nil hill of hi I k I found myself growi-ig uuicasIngly uneasy. H. iopposed to the theory and pracuce %  ( i %  rda a> nothing belter than hai mful noneenai thai rnecttchl hyi sta could successfully raplaca Ihe lengUiy sad npeoslve method) of the psycho-anal] n %  polnl ot view, teveral il.mgs to 1K> saiil again.-! psychoanalysis, its results an lain, tt< methods ere and enormously slow, and it b consequently (since even analysts must live) cxtreuiel> expensive. I %  -' %  : .itinns put it OUt of reach of all but the fairly wellto-do, and Dr. Van I'elt maintainthat there are many nervous ano mental disorders which can bo cured or rebe%'ed by a few session of medical When perhaps two ft %  tally analysis -would prove abortive. This may well bo true but this doctor's ferocious hatred ol Freudian thCOO bl SO %  and unreasonable that the reader is compelled to stop and look il him with surpi For whatever mistakes tr.c Freudian school may have made however empirical its knowledge however numerous the wrong trees up which it may havo barked, nobody nl ill the hat but rrandertng In a d n tanna a ..bout the eta) itrreadlsi bno i ere ifurthei Increased by the illustrationIn winch lbs pen pj while undei^o: ,,-. ,,r hypnotic tan tee have rtted it win. white Tho i suit Will givi pleasure to inanv. though not. I am afraid, in the way that th ,||, ,. iml ,. WITHIN Dr. S J Van I'elt (Skenincton. IRs.) — I. U karaeteriatlca, (c) Extensive study yields no evidence thai race mixture produces biulngically bad suits The social results of race mixture to !-*• traced to aoelal factors. There is i II justification for prohibiting intermarriage between persons of different ethnic groups. (d) Race is less a biological fact than a aoeiaj myth. As a myth it has In recent years taken a heavy toll in human lives and suffering and still keeps millions of persons fiom normal development and civilization and from the full use of the co-operation of productive minds. (e) But scientillcally, no large modern national or religious group is a race. Nor are people who speak a single language, or vc in ii single geographical area, or share i a single cultural community necegaarUj a ruce. ff) Tests have shown essential similarity ea^waae^eaeea>waWeeeaa JUST II\ TIME... FOR THE COMING SEASON (xJil&on diodA IN A VARIETY OF STYLES AND COLOURS Make your Selection now from DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. al thin I.ISI ami I'llll.M TO-BAY MAKE IT A HAPPY XMAS HAMS Legs Average 151l>s. Ilenirs Average 7Ibn. '""' %  %  tins 2s.. 4s. i;. LIQUOR DEPT. CJold Hraid Hum (3 vrs. old) i Rum Fruni-T llrandv VhaUa Cure, Qta, & Pts. Rhlnv W Sandemim W/ SOUDA CHEESE FRUIT CAKES For Xin. s PreienU MEAT DEPT. Turkeys. Ducks, Chickens. Rabbits. Frozen Rod Salmon. Turtle Steak and Soup. Red Apples, Fresh Vegetables. EDAM CHEESE e, 4i 111 \ ic II %



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOt 'ATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, IKO HENRY READY MIXED PAINTS AN I. C. L PRODUCT A. S. BRVDEN & SONS (BDOS) LTD. AGENTS Order RICO FOR LASTING QUALITY & SHADES INSIST ON *fClSTERt$, BRAND KEEPFEETHHIHUHTOK! Gums Bleed! HU*dln Ouma. MrMouth and UM that will noMt or Ut-r HM rvr '•*"> u rail MI u4 mr 1 %  "• Kl-"i"'" an.l Haart Trvubl> *-W •< Urwrlnf ihBrat dar, *• •wr ....I nukhlf lifMana It.* t*m. I •top* fll'.I l-l your i today TM %  % %  Araonn •£ ••••• AND ADD TO YOUR ENJOYMENT AND CONVE NIENCE On Sal,. It,,,, or .Xight at Soda rommtmin*. Parlourn and HestmurantM or direct Iron* Harbadon ice Co.. Ltd.mmBan Street THE CALL IS jo* For generations stout and oysters have been appreciated for their appetizing flavour and rich food value. Now comes Manx Oyster Stout, brewed from the finest hops, malted barley and sugar, with the extract of one whole selected New 7eabmd Oyata in every bottle. Rich, smooth, nutritious, satisfying, Manx OyMer Stout is as good i u taaaaa. ALWAYS IN SEASON STOCKISTS Al I I'INI, AUTHVH i Ob Lid., S E. COLaT *. Co. IAi. I) V. SCOTT ft CO. Ltd. ftAMUKI. CRR*, OITTXNS. CROMXY ft Co., Lid.. J N. GOODARD ft aotm. u IA. DANIEL ft Co.. INCE ft Co Ltd. Co, Ltd, PtTCliS CDMOLl '. c n HOGERS O. A. WEBSTER W A. irmroHD. a, C WAUD, J O. TVDOR M. L SEAL* UNCUCMTWf FORBURNS^T Mums MJM MINTS IN/fCIIOM MNIBOTM MAifMO


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FRIDAY DFCF.MBF.R 22. IIM BARBADOS ADVOCATK PAGE THREE AND YET CHINA MAY PAUSE Study lb* 1 Next Move Through Mao's Eyes will this itrUgC wai end Parallel separating the Red %  great victor* .rrighting, are With half a million soldiers l North Korea they can dominate the South without crossing the 38th Parallel. Do you think they should lake "ii the bunion of • v. I Arthur altocell Insula'' %  %  %  bi aecsmknee, moreover, %  -timetable MM l.irf . I START from the assumption that 'ie Chine*.-, like the Russians, do not want war with the great industrial might of the United State-. Bui they want i> Three limes, so far, they have shown then rtvi people DECISION \„ I • June. Tin t .,\i tin Ni tli Koreans the green Ughl attack on South R There were then no United States troo* in Korea, n looked a ceruini.v to Mao Tat-tung that the Aim i. .%  • it go by default, or send tot. little help too late. And if he were wrong? The North Korean-, not China, would take the up. Things did go wrong By early September the campaign was a slogging match around Putin DECISION Ne • in Peking wag NOT lo send ten divisions to Pusan to finish off the war with a North Korean victory. They were not sent '• afraid of a World War III. Think Again THEN fame Ihc hit htm landings and Mai-Arthur's | suit of a broken army. The Chii think out the irr.pl;. red States forces on the border of Matichurla, and in partlAjlar the control of the Valu Rim pMNI plants. where it began—with the 38th K.ist from the rest? in ( IMOS \. j in Peking waa to pan the word round, quite % %  ( course, thai if MactMOfM crossed the SSth Parallel the Chinese would join m the war. Not Muff . THF.Y reckoned that this would to %  World War III. Ail hluft. said the experts in 1.011'hm and Washington — and U N Arthur. But when UaQ .trurk 'in !Mo\ N. 4 will be the Itinf his new vlcI.iv lie .till wants to make mischief short of war. With 500.000 troops rlo-lng up ... Hi, Mth Parallel, can he not gain more kudos in the East and virtually tha same military advantage* from victory by ordering %  This logical person ought to %  ay • -Yes."/. fj Hold Service For Simon Bolivar PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 18. Police had to be called out to Ordtr when thousands ol people attended a service in memory of Simon Bolivar, Liberator of the Venezuelan Republic, a; Square. Port-of-Spain last week-end. The service marked the 120;h anniversary of Bolivar's death Denion.tr a tors led by Mr. E Chris i>. Maitre. of the TrtaidailImcr-Relations Comradad tiie square, carrying pla-ards which bora slogans Some read: "You close your door West Indies neighbours, and open them to foreigners." The %  a attended by members of the Legislative Council, ol the various municipalities and the Consular Body. Singer Builds S260.000 Headquarters 1 %  %  ... PORT-OF SPAIN. Dec 18 Building operations will begin in January 19M on the $260,000 oAc to be used by the Singer Sewing Machine Company on W Frederick Street, Port or the headquarters for the United States. British Caribbean, Dutch West Indies area. The property where the i structure is to be located aruuirad, since November 1M7 but possession had been delayed pending a recent Court Order in favoui of the company. The building whirh will be of three floors will be ah* conditioned throughout tut take a year to complete Date For Floating Corps* Appeal Not Yet Fixed PSBBI i> Correspond*' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dae 19 It Is unlikely that the appeal in the Floating Corpse Murde-. Trial will be heard before next month. Inquiry from defence lawyers who appeared In the 27-day retrial in which five men were found guilty of killing Philbert Peyson. disclosed that no date had ve* been Axed. Application for leave to appeal igalnsl sentence of death passed on Boysle Singh. John Durant. Eldon Coggins. Augustus James and David Bruce was filed last week ESCAPED PRISONER FOUND BATHING • From Our Own Corr*pond*nli PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 19. George Ajodusingh. a 19-yearold escaped prisoner who was at large for 17 days after breaking out of prison, has been recaptured. He was held on the Cap-da-Ville beach while bathing on Sunday. Aiodasingh who was held by .; posse of policemen was captured 72 hours after his first brook in December last year. lo rvu*>ki. you. lovtlii jjjsr POND'S PONU-% 4 OID CaUAM to cleanse and soften vour skin. NNi'S VANISHING CHI AM to protect your skin by day and to hold your powder matt. nffi* 4W *Bs**ty 'ftoAv-cte POSIT* FACE 1-OVvHIH: clinging, |a i iiimcd, hcciiuifically blended for a glamorously matt complexion. MNI't LIPtlICK smooths ao g**ily onto your lips; the rich vibrant colour stays on and on and on. .<_• f beauty products used by lovely society women everyw*)u i ••. Simple and inexpensive, they are all you need to keep you looking flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them at all the best beauty counters. Canadian Rjtfefl Of Exchange CAM ADA •'ladiaa <...l...4l.4 i/hrqiwa on SI 1 tVmaad BBSS SIN DreHe %  *• OUR VERY 0W\ Elt-clritily 1 ill Cos! More [ %  ORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 19. Customers of (he PortH Corporation Dactridt) Board y soon have, to pay more lo/ the current they use. Tlie Boar.1 a recent mating daeldad the Cloven, HUM Is permission to increase all its rates by one cent as from January 1. 1951. ft is est.mated that revenue from this increase will be .ibout $57,Out) | The Board, it Ls understood, feels that the increase is long overdue; that it should have bee charged about two years view of the increased cost of labour, fuel oil. and other ipeniting expenses. Pieck Ends Visit BERLIN. Dee %  East Germany* wtiite-nairetf President Wilhelm Pleck left Warsaw tonight after a iwo-dej Visit to the Polish People 1 < Rrpiiblic. the East German news asjeneji ADN reported, ll was his nr-l official vtstl lo Poland, which gained more than 62.000 square. lies of former German territory German grerment rn titled last .ummiT The pact prie:ium-.l 'he OdsjPu.e the "permanent Polish-Oerman bordei finiter ROBINSONS $*M&*&*mWiW*MVM*m>aW*i&M*tm | A HAPPIER ICHRISTMAS? a %  %  s OF COURSE IT MUST BE WITH A VALOR STOVE OVEN AND STOVKS .....Ll.lr in I, 4 burner Mod*-lOVi;*S—Small A Domblr. ON 1AI.L IVKRVHHFRI T. SYDNEY KINCH LTD. sjsfffff{fff*libtm> Ir" rrnt W •Iri.tih. Hch bucltlr M tmiih vh Phviii. ataahi 5.i> u*i sjaase ARRI\'AI-H SJ KIHIIC Hrrnaaoltr, 4.3SS Ion* nt" Cpl niwk ln.m HI Thorn... VI iWAHTnim Sch. Lady NocWen, 41 tons nM, C>pr Noal. for D-miiWi Sch Turtlr Don no..ii.-. 4..H1 Capi SMorK. for J>>T B m>rlho In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station CABLE #ri(l 8.8. Bowrso. S.B 8p<.i l s^ Ai. %  Pilgrim, as Cmt-ii..! ctvavsagarj s. > rrnn. KUwn. H .1 l>i-.i|l-d SN Ruaaiw SI City at Drlhi. S-^ CH o* Uchftria: SB. Ctotabls ; S8 At".' Clipper. 8S Datorduk. ss <;ui(birt. SS Urart. SH Miti"' L-clM. 8JI U*l* •< •I LnMla Bolitu. S.S. Dt-l.iidr-i M r— 8vracu*r: 8 8. Putuca SS irr<>nt TlSri Sea-well AHHIV.AI^ -B B W I A I. rrum THINIDAD Ir !" Atw*ll. Clavaun LlinUm. GosdlnS, Mauinri, N.mbi^tt, 1' Nimut.il. Wllllain CUJ F.IUalnrlh K*o %  Mrt. RIM LohD, mp> Lobo, Kl.Kard UMto, Marilyn I*lw. Evan Lo). io*r\.atn'. .'Warn.ircl AaMoli. Biirry flahrr. Joyi* Bowan, A|nn Crowlr>. Urn I'rryabuig, Marie Nello. Ktathi trcmnrl. (*lin..rd DraiMotv Ben). Wlarat. Kam Tlns-Ga. MAIL NOTICES MAILS (or SI Lucia. Domliiici aarial. Amlu-.i SI Kitla. H"ii.u-l BoMon and St ].* n S H by IIIF 8 I I.ADV ROnVIY dill I* rl, Urnai.i I ...< Panvl Mall Dmcembf. Raciawrnl Mail Ordl>>ar> Mall at 10 IS %  m on the O-.l D-.-n.ilin IftM MAILS Inr 8* Lucia. *l Vlnrrt.l. Ortnada and Aruba by Wr M V DAKHWOOU will b ..*-.! aral Port OAre a* urtdr' Parcel Mall ai %  %  . R.-n-t-...! Mall • %  1 p m Ordliurv Mall al 7 : p m on in* rmrt Dmmliar l*V> -• intoi' MX .\r THE CITY GARAGE II. \lll\4. To.. I itKir ill Strvfl — #•*• ItflKT I 'I|/M|'S



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PAGE EHJil BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY DECEMBER ti. 1M THEGAMBOLS Why Not Have England Football Trials? H\ I'KTKK DITfOM N >\ THK BfyrUnd %  omiiTM snal] bo champion Amationals become'alin it as plentiful a* %  arh i Decen bei England | C loyed Are.-ftiin.i al Wembley %  let TK.-v t u k • I ground aitd Wall %  %  |i PraiKf .Mm Portugal matrlie%  I thai ii nrl Festival tat With oi |: i %  : —•nit cert ill l>e m.vl. which dm at manbun %  %  %  much on %  : ', tbaj M %  ' befon in InlcrnaUona i* not m irt uMlonUi Una thai can produc *oal-vii,> newkni aenm* No Story %  r<> (Urj tfory, UM problem uaei 10 !*> Mi •>!• % %  b. .' thai was ml trial match) uaat to uhri.t ..> %  from these trial? Befecl pick th< England leai Then they km-w exar't. ., plajei faced ii: p,*ieU Waa. ajk A CHRISTMAS PARTY %  Ii waa in III, -it;.; the '..-1 SI bald ! iha St, Phlll tham real trial and H a*atn POaa.1 %  ;, %  3 era a* Young Huddi ;. j w CUJIIJ. fWolvff u %  !' %  %  n lopninK lAraanalj uipean Committal vlstied the ban thai gaimHIS,, tl iv f,|,f m ..r*ttng to recall selected, only two. Barti CI Will Char!ton who goal-k*>|K-i and i omptnii A n .,, the Mangei BIKJ Wai Arsenal who tvai I hell rtghl i %  < ill Aiao nresttll plu\ nc in Ural England^ s>u.-sc. %  % %  and :art m mre**. I*N'T w*Er *M0'0 WJV TvttTO SHOW Ml? WC6JMP Uit-'i 8tLL n^fTHAT W.I. Phpem Gel K. miu II Shirts local member* of the 1950 West I England re each preen %  ih plan al MM Middlr I Shirta. in-aii. % % % %  "Confuted Broadcast At Allcyne School \ fi.w. I onl ihej %  I i %  h.Uiri ASEPTIC OINTMENT t aba aBBMaa aaad the •ooUUaj GIBHIIM Oinwam It a> IM*M ifntauon, nibdun inilimmwa wid S I.N pi**.tm ni we opes aw Tya. and we are certainly dalat a rerera bualnaM ) %  tbaaa at KNtNSOtil sTATioNm* ^UR BEST h. i \: Woodroffc %  whlla Mr v boar fulness at the* were o.. top of th %  plonihip that i mum point*. Unfair 1 >• i .ii*i'. u would t* unfali i< suiuttfi that Uw i' Inlroductloi then* trtJi! uld proftun an taunadlah! upaurae n th* standard of Khallsh football Bu nt lean it wrauld RI^ %  • •• chanco I nn tin* Cringe o* first biternatlonal honours At th* same time it would show whether 1 E layera wuch lacan. format Enaland i good enough t •claim the pi ica they huvr lost And most Impor-' tant of all M would %  O" I Intaroattoaali an opportunity play In mnn Intornal anal I i : i t> I basadvantasje of trial that players arc not Inclined t" go all-out acalnsl club hut th.n small muttir. tor which aUowancea can be mode, whan %  With the rral purpOM saanaa Plajco 1 would lik. an opportunity in aUch !*• %  played ihortl) i afn ih EnEloiid-s-.itlaiKl match an WuUanu rWolverhampton); Rantaey (Tottaoham) 1*i II (Aiaanal I; Johnston %  Bl I Fianklli iStoka Clt) I PI hi* lay-off has not ailiTt*^! him Dickinson (Port sm nut h) Matthew > Hltu-k[ •>'. i i '.n %  (Hull). Milbum (Nawcaatlal Bailey (Totlenl'i.m (Toltenhaini Oppuaing them I %  ace tHtehburn (Tottenham); Roh Inaon i Mlddtaabronghl Aat (Manchrsu-i United B (Ulackiiinni Wiichl rWohn i hampto Arsenal) Witmni ( Sunderland) Hancock (Wttvajrhampton) Hagan fShef field United). Ijtwton (Noli Cuunt> ). Mannlon i ^ luouirhi. and I-a-igton fBolfa Gardner Mav Fi^ht Brion Or La Starza LONDON. De jack Gardnei rjawly^rowne British Empire hnvywalghl champion nuo make hi) "• % % % %  heie agauist eithei Roll i Star,., | : N V. | Btion oi Argentina s.i'i. Bun i (or promoter Jack Solomons said lodav he \ A I'llgiiin On the Bcoajrasna a of < Ight %  Ill i H.St C i tid i. iwo "pa" %  olos hlch ware played by Mr v. r> %  ... i Mr i L Q Mi ii D il % %  *li. : inkf t"' fir.I • of ruin * men a firiv iBrn i>' i P i Uw iiritisif TOO um n*M %  ••I* in ihr none Hint tour .1 can "iK-!i your IIIFUI* iht ou oan to out i %  ,i %  TIIU ha rwing: 0 0 1 Your naif will handsomer by far wrwn you treat it b. Vaseline' Hair Tonic.' Just use a tew drops %  day...then see the difference Buy a bottle today! V.xeline* HAIR %  i.i........ *W1IM %  • reas C.oods. I iiil.nM.r. Shoes and Hats, Perfumes, etc. GENTS' Wmillens, Shirts, Shoes, Etc., in widest variety. Household Goods such as Carpels, Bedspreads, lied Sheets, Pillow Caac*, Hrussware alwavs in Stock. r'nlbiw IhiCrowd to . THANI BROS. PR. WM IIRV mM lll.l S4W sho No, . 42, 46 ,nd S3 Swan sit. 'I in the nick o/ time to make a Xmas Gift never lo be forgotten FRENCH PERFUMERY by Doraay DIVINE INTOXICATION Le DANDY MILORD MYSTERE Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. l II 1? S 13 BROAD STRUT •AWA'/V*'.*. V>'V>^.V*-V*^***V^*OV. Wi i in J t. : a I. q m i if i S ft I a H ; 7 II inlii hi Soldllorv Ijme* -lr..t • l> in s.de oi hwase it Htm villagr, St. Jame*. *l atawa of Vlneent C.rlllllli Aui ttaataer, Bawaaaan) street %  i in Parti *' P a a iric t "A for in II, i inin %  rhlldrrii— I HI i. n I at trii l • l .IH was ', . n lorce I %  • %  %  -.i;.Hi i; %  : OD0 Oni gpao) North S • : tncrthtp ? mail -lam / • In Boon I 0*M m %  i .in i M I I,:: icuibarv -4ii, onti Tiiimn on the ( i %  no Litre* Are*. ] ionaf "' rit I 1 and I KlfM south i raadN funhai sue "id oi •*ix Dinino'Lii an i lutnjMd \ I • K B1 SI tea three n n imn %  'in %  ins -r " S \ %  • iswrjav S t tlrart > n a> K Hpaeial \m prot llolini;-. Kndis h I'oltrtIV.ltd -| 00 pill. Ilu1'olkr Itiiiid ulll give thrlr uiual lortniihtlv I onrert at the Huatlng* Itocks al K o'Hork tonliht. rhr B;iiid "HI pl* man* popular i.iroN 4iid other tunethat -ire ri-niirtted ia never mote pionounced than when yov ha e your auits made by ua Expert craftsmanship. Experienced outfitters you are aaaured of the iatet and amarteat in men's atylea or you/ own individual lastea. P.C.S. MAFFEI & Co. Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING The Weather TO-DAf Sam Maasi 1.11 A as. -MIII Sri 44 p.m Moon (S'lill). I)ereinl-r !l l.ithtnic: li.OH p m. Mi jWater; I II •• m IJ1 i in J .1 Mllll) \ K.iinuii [CaaUlagto >i o: baa. ratal lor Month lo renter iar i K has. 1 .-mprralnre 1M1V S'! 0* I i, m,.. i .um tatoa,)! :is" r irinal IXrerllnn (| J in I ; i, in i I N t:. Wind Vclocitv: II Mllaa l'"i liuur IVtrnmi'trr: i^l ami ?fl64 i ^ p.m i *_*itts: We ('an Supply The fallowing \ rEK5aTljFF5li •; WHOLE CORN ( it \< Ki:n < 'OIIN CRUSHED PEED j SCKATCH C.KAIN WHOLE OATS LAYING MASH LAYING CHECKEB8 OROW1NO MASH I HICK CALF STARTKNA STARTKNA PHONE: Itn WILKINSON & IIAYMS CO., LTD. • ; They'll Do ll livery Time "WHeN THE HEAP OF THE HOUSE GOES OVER THE FRAVS MEAT BILLS HE REAUy BLOWS H'S TOPSTEAKTWO SEVENTY-FDUR? CHICKENTWO TWENTY-TWO? RIB POAST" FIVE BSHTyfWHAT IS THIS ?! PUT HE K5ESK 1 LIKE TO FIGURE WHAT A COUPLE 0 C FiSW COST HIM DUR^G FISHINS SEASON — Byjininiv Il.itlo 7(\ TIES:H'MM"LET'S SEE' GAS,$4.00-OIL/ I $I.40-FLIBS,$700) CAMPINS EOUiF'MENT AND FOOD SI5.80" LOSS OF WEEKS INCOME, S70.00-THAT COMES TO -M-Mm) Bm-EXACTLY f 849.10 PER / FISH;.' %  2 & & & I TIES:3. FINE ASSORTMENT JUST \ IN TIME FOR 4 tt mm ChrLsloias 1950 iioiti, News PSBV % ^ ^ ^i (TIES %  I I %  m n m %  IN TIME FOR %  %  I XMAS AT C.B. RICE & CO. OF BOLTON LANE. .:,.'/v,Mn*nnnFmwr Saturday, December 23rd WONDERFUL XMAS SHOW and DANCE For THE OLD LADIES' HOME. Conatitution Road it lo b held In the Great Ballroom. Show starts at 9.30 p.m. Dancing until 2.00 a.m. Capi. Pataon's Police Band I Norman Wood Show Arrangements Before the Snow A REAL OLD TIME CHRISTMAS DINNER is being served in our Dining Room from 6.30 p.m. lo 9.00 p.m. Christmastide Trimmings, Yorkshire Ham. Yuleiide Turkey Per Person 54.00 Pleaae make your Reservation with Mr. Pe'.atson 3SI3 • Sunday, December 24th SPECIALLY PREPARED ROAST BEEF DINNER ac you really lika It served In the Ballroom trom 7.00 p.m. lo 10.00 p.m. An Orchestra will play lor Dancing Dinner and Dancing, per Person S4.00 • Monday. December 25th CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA will be served in oar Decoratvd Ballroom Sandwiches, Cake and Christmas Fixings served wilh Tea or Coffee Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered • %  fAN ATTRACTIVE DANCE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN ARRANGED Entrance 72c. Includes Tea and Dancing Irom 4.00 lo 7.00 p.m.



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TWDAY. DECEMBER 22, I MO Three Fishermen Saved By An Oar BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAf.E HVE 12 FLIGHTS ON SATURDAY QN awAurda) tM fhjibt* are ex[ peeled to operate through SeaHns is perhaps, the greatA* Boat Sinks 20 Miles Off Short" Thm will i four ipn-lal Ii W I \ in :., ri'KuKip OMBi o/ Part Pig Stolen L IONfcL II I'TC HI N SON of Clarendon, black Hock, ported that 40 pound* oi pork Waa stolen from him on Wednesclay. The Police were informed that HutchinsonS pig was killed by motor car on the same day when it strayed into the road Before Hutchimor. could collect the body someone took away two legs and a shoulder. '"T'HIUVfcS STOLE %  wallet con•I taining $19 In cash and two gold rings valued $15 from the home of Walter Hamblin at Maxwell. Christ Church between midday and 1 00 p. in on Wednesday From the motor car M-113 a battery valued $25 was stolen between Monday and Tuesday The car belongs lo O T. Allder and Was in the garage at his home. Barborecs Hill, when the incident occurred. T WENTY POLICEMEN and three Policewomen were presented with Find Aid C. MiiWat.-s b> Colonel K T Michcllri. Commissioner of Police, at a (million •t the Central Police Station on Wednesday morning Thcv were:— Poucoworaan I Wllldwao, I, BabbandO Ctarfca The Policemen were: E. Greaves, C. Boyce, L. Trotmon. O Sliannon. T. Richards. C Burrowes, V. Downes. C Springer. F. Gay, F. Smith, K. Blackman, K Griffith, M Ravnea, C Riley. C Lunn. C. Chandler. A Pile. D Ajfard and L. Forde ban a wave struck the | boat and capsized it Wesley Mayers of N, was skipper and owner of the fishing boat The other members of the crew wen C King oi Brit ton* Hill and A D. Griffith f Dunlow Lane. the Advaeale an oar saved vning The three to the oar and Mayers to yesterday in, them from rtr men held on paddled their until they wei hour?! boat. He did not know the ilshing boat whi.| When they were picket! up hi* afajren i two eompam complaining of cramp and did not have high hopes of reaching land. The New Comer was not Insured. It was built for S500 five years ago. the I There" THE THRU-MAN CREW of Lha As) SrM l !V.* M CiHnrr No 20. hod lu swim lor then llVM wrier thdl sajik about 20 miles southeast of (Matin Li^rifcl 4.30 yesterday morning. The. ere OD their way to the fishing banks and the New Comer I was sailing well under a light kvenae Airlines with then D.C I from Venezuela and the two scheduled flights by TCA. the itrst on its way south and the ity return trip to Canada. It W | A. are running a special Might to Trinidad to take I...in. .1 numher of Hariiman'* Kl present employed on work at Sea well re been granted leave to e Christmas holidays with their relatives. 6 Months I or Stealing SENTENCE 04 six monthsimprisonment with hard labou' snu passed on .'>-.•HacDonald Lewfa Road, st Michael \esterday by His Worship Mr A .1 ii H l.-.M waj found guilty "i stealing sno2 from Adoipnus Bert hile he was sleeping under a ree in PTobvti Street on December 19. On Wltlll The Commissioner congratu]ateur\ Ho I by Mr. Hanschell yesterday for the Illegal landing of a quantity of goods on November 26, on the wharf. LATE! rilF. .losing hour of some of the City stores is now from 12 -, towards Iand! noon ' Dm Sonw" people were %  ***• w-*HS& ISESlJffB 5 ^ "'" List a little late. Some of them stamped their feet and turned away, but others took up a position at th. These wan StamJaglj determined to be first served at the ie-openmg Unlawful Possession CHARLES BA1RD a af >anl old labourer of Arthur Seat, St Thomas, was yestepl.i. round guilty of the unlawful |.os.e-sn.n of a quantil. <•: -toekfeed l li Worship IA A J II Hanachell, Senior Magistrate or District 'A' Police Station Balrd wu ordara I to i .. Unf •t £3 to W paid in 28 days or ii lefault one month's iiTi>is.mmctM ivith hard labour W. A. Farmi'i proaacu* ted on behalf of Hie POUCC wmi Mr. J. E T. Branckei •ppaari Half ot Balrd. Harboa PoUoa constable Wilkinson ens the chief witness Bar the Uon and he said that he arrested Balrd on Chamberlain Bridge on December 19. with a bag of oU" I. When asked where he got the bag of meal from. Baird di< not answer. Mr. Braneker submitted that th. ase be dismissed and based his ubmlsslon on a diacrapani n the evidence of the pi Mr. Braneker pointed out that Cpl. Kinch said that he lecelved he exhibit at his office sometime n the morning of IJecember l. M-tween the hours 0| 8 and I. tooa end Balrd ,ith the hag of meal until 2,25 >tn„ on December 19. After Mr Branckor*i submission Mr Hanachell then recalled poucaroor Kinch and Wilkinson t<> ax&lam !epancjr. M Han chatl riowew i iled Haird on the evidence. utid that she saw SCAVEMGERS PROMISE TO -CLEAN UP" CITY The scavengers of St. Michael will go all out from to-day lo|m ; make the parish and city raskUj [ aangg Thil is what U i vnm u tad what they promise! to ii' yaatartJa) evening when a Christinaa l*aii-. nrggnlaad bs Mi E l) M'.tiir M.C.P Chairman ot inJ v | and other memben was held at the department's pn liMi Children Given Christmas Treat nraund U %  Codrtngtan Mill. u For the Baal hM %  on his own. btfl thfa owing to the mri thai t was %  ouree*. ho obtained %  'ants ant the agents of Jeffrey"* Beei aUi i <*n to them tihe do then part in ma kin g t %  t \,. knew thai it was di.licull at UuS lime % %  paopfc Ud Inlnga thai banana and other frult-aklna on lha road Instead of 'he garbat* Mr Motthrj promtoad thai Irani next year a competition would t*' Hi-ted for something which COUl be appreciated. He hoped th.it hi would not see the same men snd the --uiie lorry winning it all the tisn. Mr Mottiey said thai tioi'. >f the public was aoeaaaars before the city and pal be made as dean as they wamel It to Ie The depar-.loir L; what it could to the importation of two aca\nging lorries and some new gai ,n ,vhi,-h would soon arrtv* M %  2,035 VACCINATED Vincent drill a, member of the public Mipprii'iation .'f Iht WOI ^ donff by the scavengers Mi Small and Ml \ I rapraianlhn the m v %  %  i Ha VM asKng them. nowevar ( |hoai much they had aw !to do their best in giving the ,h function and prteni-'.. %  really clean citv for I their best in the campaign for Christmas and the coming year cleaner city and parish Be niahad them all a happy ^ Christmas Mr w w Marrit, Ch* >-. ... that theirs was an importan; I lN ,^tU „u to the V work ivmovmg refuse so % %  to Campaign, the numbei vaccinated avoid tuch disease* as Cholera i the x irioui Cenbraa up < !"'•' lyphoid and Dysonter) rweni) vecterd loni of refuse had bi %  rtnWvad lag) year, he v. He urged them next aim nt and keep up standard of cle dty. KrferrliiK to the eampalgii for elei various %  •rilKioi Mr. Mottlt-> said thai criticism should make them redouble (heir effort* |a do a sod iob He was glad to see that many of them look a pride in their Jobs. That was why he would always defend them when the %  %  rigntj hul he arould not fail lo dismiss them if they baled to do than %  %  %  e was else. is .i\ from the He.The chlldasn, some with their %  9 of -ill km i ,-d aroun • •us Mindw i net %  %  o of the older .hiid • TIH cat Christmas hymns •,*'): r.vei the loud. and lunging ft Bll Of thr %  %  ru* i >• Buy Tailors WITH .1 BTAOttd %  re work % % % % %  %  ... of them %  %  .inighi I The tail the only m people; the houacv Kensington on New Year morning j The test piece will be "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks bv Night". Tt will be the sixth of these contests, and like last lime, first prize money will be $80. The Belleplaine Choir were the last winner^ They will again be entering the competition Among others taking part will be the New Orlean's Choir and Chapman Lane's. The gate will open at 6 30 am .j and by 8 am' the competition will get underway. SHIP'S PARTY THE Royal and Merchant Navy Welfare League held a party for i art of the crew and passenger* of the Dutch 11 Helena at the Ao^iatle Club on W The Helena arrived Amsterdam nnd Rotterdam that day with Christmas cargo for Barbados. The Gift ot the the onl) |>en with the ^rri> iHailHUHIlcni and 111 lb tva devised The Aeiuiintrk Ink Sy*icm is s ObDw) new. ScWniiric net in d of drawing in. Menu,'. Huh* • NSW lOTOsftU. BBjfJI gulling tl ,id rrleaunc ink. to gi'c 1 .wwftwiowoovtww. aufcnVion '" %  imfannaate war known • Niwru-oiAiiutisvcMs See thiaattunal penaadBRpanaae •• NiwviiiaiiiHBSupr-iT wniing IU leaned, nnili nh> i iU mow Pi: With Rolled Gold Cap $210'* With I.uatraloy Cap J19.71 : n %  r Barb kn \ s Biydai I loni I Barl %  *" %  -( l.id P.O, Box 403 Bridgetown ;: MAKE DINING OUT A PLEASURr SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING :tt The CHINA DOLL 0 Marhill :.t ill It llil s 0UNI %  *!-. POODfl I'KIVATi: DIS|\(i KtHlM* A W>M.MIX KBD BAK Hone on The Be*l ul Tile Best Dial 473U For RenefVBjejgM G-/AT HINTS II 1TI' 'x U fill Oil till.lust in timi' fur \ma D'ORSAY PERFUME IntoxifUon—Duo-I'Dand) Also It'Oraaj Cologne COLLOtt IHAVINO W1WU Wd AfTFK SHAM minis II .iiirlhays. NMIIM Niulilies, Slips .nil Panlani. (.old JrwaUary, inriudinu Baaglaa s<( klaci a, t %  i111111. 11 Bracalata ami I.arrings Nylogflj, Max Factor