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The Barbados advocate
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Travel Agency Will
Uperate In oarbados
AMERICANS PLAN TOURIST

ASSAULT ON CARIBBEAN |
A GIGANTIC SCHEME io bring American!





Communists Begin
Winter Offensive

Vyshinsky In



tourists to the Caribbean is pianned for next!

year. The scheme is promoted by Mir. Thaddeus
Hyatt, President of the Air Marine Travel Service,
New York City, and Mr. Jean Iversen, Manager of
the Marine Hotel. Mr. Hyatt visited Barbados in
October during a tour of the entire Caribbean area.
The object of this tour was to find another tourist
outlet for his extensive travel organisation.

There are eleven wholesale travel agencies in the U.S., Air
Marine Travel Service being one of the leading agencies
Since Mr. Hyatt’s return, plans for the scheme have been
finalised and these agencies have been distributing leaflets
and other literature about the Caribbean, in industrial

buildings, Federal Offices, schools and oe ae
- — Mr. Iversen told the Advocate



yesterday that the scheme planned

e for next year is a traffic promo-

Qa tes tion scheme from the Mid-West
States to Puerto Rico, The tour

will take tourists out of any U.S

Ki t city from New Orleans, St. Louis
Agai

to Chicago, Boston and New York
Two ladies took the major hon-



to Puerto Rico, using Pan Ameri-
can Airways, Eastern Airlines and
Chicago and Southern Airlines.
Gateway to Caribbean
Puerto Rico has long been
known as the gateway to the
Caribbean, by people in the U.S,
and it is only the
ours in the two competitions run fn
the Advocate Christmas Number
which closed yesterday afternoon.
In the “Advocate Christmas Num-
ber Competition” for which the
first prize is a 15-pound Turkey
and 4 bottles of spirits the winner
was Miss Patricia Applewhaite of
Black Rock, St. Michael, and 10
the Wrist Watch Competition, run
by Alfonso B. De Lima & Co.,
the winner was Mrs. Winifrec
Sealy of Fitt’s Village, St. James.
This makes it the third time in
a row that the Advocate Xmas
Number Competition has been
won by a lady and in fact since
its inception no gentleman has
been successful. Can this bs
taken to mean that the fairer sex
have more brains or time? )
Among the answers, which ar-
rived in hundreds, were some
very amusing ones and some of
those more easily remembered
were: Clue — “On dry ground.
i Iph, the .....7..++.+-2+0
Sian “The Market Mauler
(Kia Ralph). Clue — “One word
for King and vessel” Answer —
“Incorporated.” Another onan
thought that “On dry ground, Se
Ralph gonmiited Dy jt an
5 $s ans ‘
vr eae or the > vig
hristmas Number competition 1s
a to call at the Advocate
Advertising Office this morning

between the hours of 10 en a"

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and the winner of ¢ ¥
Vatc tition is requeste'
Watch Compe Pea

call at Alfonso B.
‘Co, at the Corner of Broad and

McGregor Streets.



Xmas Greetings To
Merchant Seamen

The following messages from
the Minister of Transport and the
Secretary of State for the Colonies
to Merchant Seamen are published
for general information; —

Message from the Minister oi
Transport: —

“As Minister of Transport, I
send my best wishes and thanks
to all those whose efforts enable
our Merchant Seamen to enjoy
Christmas in Clubs and Hotels

overseas. I also send greetings
to all officers and men of the
Merchant Navy and am _ sure

that wherever they may be they
will be among friends and
enjoy themselves at this time
of festivity and good fellowship
A Merry Christmas and a
prosperous New Year to you
all.

Message from the Secretary of

State for the Colonies: —

“In associating myself with
the message from the Minister
of Transport I send my cordial
greetings and good wish@s
especially to all members of the
Merchant Navy who came from
the British Colonial territories
and also to all those who are
so generously helping to pro-
vide for the comfort and enter-
tainment of our seamen at
Colonial ports”.

fitting that
Caribbean tour should begin with
a stop at Puerto Rico, It is also
by far the most convenient start-
ing point from the point of view
of air travel.

From Puerto Rico, a series of
all expense tours from six to fif-
teen days will be organised leav-
ing Puerto Rico three times a
week, Transportation from there
to Barbados and the other Carib-
bean islands, will be by B.W.1.A,

An “All Expense tour”, is gen-
erally paid for at the start of the
journey and this will cover plane
fare, hotel bill, tours of the vari-
ous islands, transportation to and
from the airports etc

Most popular tour will be the
fifteen day trip, which begins
with a three day stop in Puerto
Rico at the Condado Beach Hotel
along with tours of the island.
Next stop will be Barbados where
tourists can spend three nights at
any chosen hotel, with tours of
the island. Three day stops at
Grenada and Tobago are also
planned, and finally a night in
Trinidad to connect with the
direct flight from there to Puerto
Rico,

“Holiday Travel”

In conjunction with and in
order to handle this scheme, a
Travel Agency named the “Holi-
day Travel Consultants of Canada
Ltd.,” are opening a bureau in the
lobby ot Messrs. Cave Shepherd
and Co., Ltd. It is expected that
this bureau will be fitted up and
ready to operate by January 15th.
The President of this company
and other representatives have al-
ready visited Barbados and made
contacts, Mr. James Reddekopp
who is arriving here shortly will
be in charge.

This agency will not only help
the tourists, but will be able to
clear reservation space to all the
Caribbean islands, Clearing re-
servations is most important for
the success of the whole scheme.

When hotels and guest houses

are all filled, “Holiday Travel”
will interview residents in the
hotel areas who have private
homes, which could be used to
provide sleeping facilities for
tourists,

This agency knows only too

well the limited hotel accommo-
dation in the island and additional
accommodation will be needed
with the increased flights to Bar-
bados, due to the improvement of
the airport. ,
The revenue from prospective
Barbadian tourists who have been
turned down all over the U.S. and
Canada runs in to tremendous
figures and some of that revenue
could be gained by this scheme of
“Tourist Housing Facilities.”



U.S. COMMANDER
KILLED

Lieutenant-General Walton
Waiker (61), Commander of
the United States Eighth
Army Corps, has been killed in
a road accident near Seoul.

CHRISTMAS IN TRINIDAD

CORPORAL BEST, Police Santa Claus, is seen here as he
of the Barbados Police Force at a party held at District

Truman Forms
New Security
Committee

WASHINGTON, Dee. 22.

President Truman has created
an overall Committee to co-
ordinate the United States Gov-
ernment’s military relationships
with countries in military or
economic alliance with America

Acting on what he has de-
scribed as “the most urgent organ-
isational problem we face” Mr.
Truman yesterday established
a Committee on International
Security Affairs

He named Mr, Thomas Dudley
Cabot, a Boston industrialist and
banker as its Chairman

Mr. Cabot, a newcomer to the
Federal Government will
that position by virtue
nomination as Director for Inter-
national Security Affairs a
Office to be opened
Department,

The new Committee’s function
according to the State Department
and the White House is. the
“handling of international secur-
ity matters and military and eco-
nomic assistance for mutual de-
fence.”

This would include both mili-
tary and political alliances such
as the North Atlantic Treaty
Organisation and several eco-
nomic aid programmes designed
to enable non-Communist Euro-
pean and Asiatic countries to
strengthen and arm themselves

—Reuter

World War I Will
Not Start In Berlin

BERLIN, Dec. 22,
Major General Bourne, British
Commandant in Berlin said today
that the danger of Berlin’s be-

new

in the State



coming the flashpoint of world
war three had completely fH
appeared,

Reviewing Berlin’s political at
economic development in 1950,
General Bourne told correspo

dents he was completely confide!
that West Berlin would neve:
become Communist,

“There is not the slightest risk
of that” he said.

“Berlin is only a small cog in the
machine of Western and Soviet
relationships.”

He foresaw 1951 as a year of
steady progress in all fields
particularly in the economic field

—Reuter.

30 KILLED IN BUS
COLLISION

PRAGUE, Dec. 22.

Thirty people were kiiled and
d4 injured when an express train
and a large bus collided at a
railway crossing near Podivin,
Moravia, last night, it was learned
today.

An official mews ageney said
that the level crossing keeper has
been arrested.—Reuter





Seven of the sixteen Harriman workers who left for Trinidad for the Christmas holiday

are some of the men who helpe

d to construct the new runway

They will be returning to Barbados on January 2.

yesterday

These



Plymouth

PLYMOUTH, Dec, 22

Vyshinsky arrived here in the

French liner Liberté toda Che
vessel was in British water only
an hour and then went ont
Le Havre,

The Soviet Minister with a

party of 14 was returning home
from the United Nations General
Assembly, He will disembark at
a French port this afternoon

No one was permitted to sce
Mr. Vyshinsky who had spent the
last three days of the voyage in
his suite

An armed

guard patrolled the

passageway outside his £350
luxury suite,

Questions put to the Russian

party in English, French, German
and Spanish were met with a head

Shake and “niet” (Russian fo:
no),
When reporters asked if Mi
its shinsky were asleep and if
. they were alarmed they re
distributed gifts to children of the members “da” and nodded oie OY: SR

Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei |

Seoul is larget

TOKYO, Dec, 22.
(COMMUNIST thrusts now probing the main
| United Nations line in Northwest Korea may
be the initial phase of a winter offensive by 80,000
to 100,000 men across the 38th parallel, General
| MacArthur’s Intelligence Staff said today.
| The report said that the Communists were prepar-
ing to sweep south towards Seoul. Most of the
persistent probing attacks in the past eight days
were aimed at feeling out United Nations strength
astride the three main highways leading to the
South Korean capital.

The report said there was a possibility of a Commun-
ist thrust south towards the important commiunications
town of Chungchon in the centre of the peninsula 10 miles
outh of the parallel

Troops pushing forward north of Chungehon had not

dentified, “but horses and camels reported
to have been in the immediate area belong to Chinese
Communist forces” it said

}
|
|

been positively

seeH

y Just north of the battle area,
there were indications of an in-
‘ | ;
Seca ON § HE creasing Communist buildup.

; Roads in rear areas were reported

® SPOT
‘

occupy
of his

ar yesterdaye. He was said to have joined
> in the ship’s activities during the
Mi ft; li voyage. He visited the cinema,

Goods For W.L.

. OTTAWA, Dec.22
The Trade Department announced today a number of addi-

tions to the list of goods which Canada will be able to
export to the West Indies under a Trade Liberalisation
plan developed two months ago,

FORTY TO-DAY

The additions result from nego-
tiations between the United States
and British authorities. The
plan goes into effect on January
1, and will be reviewed within
six months to examine the possi-
bility of further relaxation of
import restrictions





































Cigarettes and mineral earth
pigments have been added to the
list of goods for which the mini-
mum licences for Canadian firms
are to be mot. less than 50 per
cent. of th@ average value of
the firms’ exports to each of the
colonies concerned in the base
period 1946, 47, 48. The following
items have been added to the
ya of goods for which the mini-

umylicences for Canadian firms
will be 334 per cent: Rayon fab-
rics, electric fans, radio apparatus,
office apparatus and parts, indus-
rial chemicals, electric household
refrigerators, freezers and parts
of electric household washing
machines and manufactured plas-
tic products. This list also in-
cludes rayon dresses and women’s
cotton dresses,—(CP)



SUGAR PRICE UP)

{From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec, 22

Commonwealth Sugar Produc-
ers are to receive £32. 17. 6. pex
ton f.o.b, for sugar export to the
United Kingdom in 1951. This is
an increase of £2. 7, 6. on the

Ministry of Food price for last
year.

An official Ministry of Food an-
nouncement this afternoon says

that agreement on the price had
been reached following discussions
between the Ministry and repre-
sentatives of Commonwealth pro-
ducers led by Premier Hanlon of
Queensland

MR. FRED BETHELL, M.C.P.,
who returned yesterday from attend-
ing a meeting of the British Empire
Parliamentary Association in New



Zealand, arrived just in time to It is not clear whether the prin- |
spend the last day of his thirties in| ciple of paying a common price ©
Barbados. He celebrates his forti-| all the Commonwealth will be re-
eth birthday to-day. tained next year 1

Bethell

|
|



SECOND TES



| Red China Rejects

had a game of cards in the smoke
room and attended a cocktail
party given by the captain—but
always with a bodyguard of at
least four men around him

—Reuter |



War Danger

Up stepped the conductor
Mr. R. E Henry

placed



Is In The East

SAYS TITO

BELGRADE, Dec. 22.

Marshal Tito told Yugoslavs to-
day: “There is war danger from
the East,”

“We shall never go to war for
anybody else’s interests but only
in the interests of our own exist-
ence and freedom,” he added.

He said that Cominform coun-
tries who constantly accused
Yugoslavia of aggressive inten-
tions towards them “must think
us foolish ¥ they believe we want
4 attack 280 to 300 million peo-
ple”

They are arming themselves be
eause they have dark plans against
our country,” Tito said. “They
want to prepare their people as
well as the people of the world in
order to receive some justifica-
tion if to-morrow they attack us.”

Reuter

CN

Ceasefire Appeal

NEW YORK, Dec, 22

A New York radio station to
day broadcast a Tokyo message
saying that Communist China has
rejected the three-man United
Nations committee proposal for a}

| cease-fire in Korea

The message said that the re-
jection was contained in a broad-
cast by the Chinese Communist
Foreign Minister Ghou En-Lai
over Peking radio. The Foreign
Minister rejected the proposal as
“unlawful” because the Chinese}
Communists did not participate in
the committee’s formation,

—Reuter

100,000 Killed
In 12 Months

HONG KONG, Dee, 2!

The Chinese Communist regime

, apparently is setting the stage for

In the second day of the
Second Test Match between
England and Australia at
Melbourne, England scored
126 for the loss of 7 wekets
in reply to Australia’s Ist

Returns

MR. FRED BETHELL, M.C.P.,
Junior Member for St. John in
the House of Assembly, returned







innngs total of 194. The
from New Zealand yesterday wicket was described as a
where he represented Barbados lively one, Scores follow:—
at a meeting of the British Empire Washbrook I.b.w., b
Parliamentary Association, Lindwall y am ag
Mr. Bethell told the Advocate Simpson c I. Johnson |
that the conference was a great b Miller ............ 4
success, Forty-two of the forty- Dewes c Miller b B
eight nations of the Common- Johnstone ....,.. ;
wealth were representéd and Hutton c Tallon b Iver-
there were eighty delegates in all son TW abide oo
The conference took place in Parkhouse c Hassett b
Wellington, and lasted for one Miller Fuad K 9
week Defence, emigration, Close c Loxton b Iver-
Parliamentary Government were son Tears eee
oe the items which were|| Bailey b Lindwalt' |... 12 |
threshed cut at the conference. | Brown not out on |
Mr. Bethell saicy he stressed the!| Extras a 48 |
it oO Y atior n behalf ¢ — |
it = : A tpl ‘ia j ; itr oi hat { Total for 7 wkts. 126 |
@ On Page 5 |

Western Powers Reply To







LONDON, Dec. 23 place to hold these preliminary
Britain, France and the United talks.
States told Russia today that they The Western powers made these
were prepared~ to explore with proposals in identically worded
her the | possibility of finding a notes delivered through their en-
basis for a conference of Foreign in Moscow today

Mimister: The British note said that the
British Government had always
But they added that the “nar- stood by the United Nations prin-
row basis’ of a conference on ciples for solving international
German demilitarisation as sug- problems by peaceful negotiation
gested in the Russian note of It said that Britain had “a
November 3 to which they were genuine desire to put an end to
replying did not hold cout the the existing international tension
} o ct of a ettlement, d will spare no effort to achieve

» 7B aid they were prepared Highiy desirable am end’,
| to assign representatives to find a It said that Britain would be
| mutually acceptable basis for a prepared to explore with the
meeting of the four Foreign Soviet, United States and French
| sters ar uggested that the Government the possibility of
| nited Natior Headquarters at finding ally acceptable
Lake Success would be the best basis for meeting of Foreign

a harsh new punitive campaign
,4gainst counter revolutionaires,
its name for anti-Communists
One tip came off in early De
;cember when an officially con
, trolled newspaper the Liberation
Daily in Shanghai scolded the
Red Government for being too
lenient toward: growing banditry
and discontent among the masses
The Communist newspaper dis-
closed that in the last 12 months
100,000 bandits had been wiped
out and 10,000 Nationalist agent

j rounded up in 2,000 cases of un-
But this was,

derground activity.
not enough

said,
It was time for Communist
authorities to come out of thei:
state of complacency and peacefi|
; thoughts and take sharper action
‘One Shanghai pape: said Americ:
\i8 a country without cultur
unless it is the culture of yellow
and the display of

liberation, the daily



journalism
} women’s legs in movie advertisc
| ments—(C.P.)

Russian Note

Ministers of the four countries.
But it said that the Russiar
note of last month “is not such a
to hold out the prospect of a real
settlement.” The note maintaine
that discussion of German demil
tarisation was not sufficient to re
move the present tension and said

“The only German military force ;

which exists at present is that

which has been for many months |

established in the Soviet zone anc
which is trained on military line
with artillery and tanks.”

The note then said that the re
cent discussion on the inclusion
of German units in the defence of
Western Europe was solely due to
Soviet policies which “have com-
pelled the other
examine all means of
thelr security” —Reuter.

improving



ground



Election
Results
Worthless

—RUSSIANS SAY

SE a later ecincegaitl

jclear of snow with continual

| Signs of heavy traffic.
EVERYBODY had packed Warships, warplanes and
the Antigua Recreatior artillery drew a curtain of death
| Grounds to hear pro around the Hungnam perimeter
|} gramme of Christma today holding off massed
Carols and Music by the Chinese and North Korean
Antigua Police Band forces, poised to strike into the

| Allied stronghold.
Reds Falter

Both fewt-bn the tam | A reported total of 110,000

: t porary |Communists streaming to the last

platform waved his bator | United Nations footholds on the

and down went the platform. 138th parallel faltered before the

| ee wet erat ae ee no and only sent forward
| oe ‘has ‘ : . a ma patrols

| lle'Sowateolt tenes |, cTsert and, destroyers. quar

all over the town. But the ||'8, the beachhead were joined

anaes rent a the j yesterday by deadly rocket ships

pouring rapid fire into Chinese
}and North Korean lines,

The deadly rain of fire created
a “no man’s land” in front of the
barbed wire entanglements and
Jentrenchments of United Nations
ground troops.

A few Communists who got
through the barge to test infantry
defences were cut down by
machinegun fire

Veteran artillery officers said
the barrage was as heavy as any-
thing in the second world war.

A North Korean woman. photo-
grapher was found dead on barbed

LONDON, Dee, 22. wire in one place, according to
The results in eight localities in | front line reports received here,

the Council elections in the larg-
est Republic in the Soviet Union
have been officially declared void

dressed in quilted green uniform.
She was found among dead troops.
She carried an ordinary dress in

because of “infringements of elec- | her pack and had a_ studio type

toral regulations’, Moscow Radio | camera

said today An Intelligence officer said that
Elections were not held in six|the rebuilt First North Korean

more district for inexplainea

reasons,,

The radio did not disclose what
the “infringements” were but said
fresh elections twill be held in all
“vacant” distritts

Elections for regional district
villages and “settlement” councils
took place on December 17

The percentage of the electorate

which turned out for the polling
in various districts ranged from
99.94 per cent to 99.97 per cent. A

Division had been positively iden-
tifled in action around the peri-
meter
They were well equipped with
arms, food and quilted uniforms
imilar to the Chinese he said.
Air Attacks

The Chinese now reported to
have moved into Hamhung six

e On Page 5
TELL THE ADVOCATE

total of 806,744 Councillors were THE NEWS
elected, 47.6 per cent of them Ring 13 Day or N’
Communist bloc candidates and ia Ez atone
the rest “non-party They h .

cluded 287,843 women PAYS FOR NEWS.

~~Reuter,

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PAGE TWO



Panib Calli

UDGING from the delicious

Here For Christmas

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1950.
7 am. The News;







AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)






SEE IT WITH SOMEONE
% SHOWS: TODAY
MATINEE: TODAY at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT TO TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.30
Warner Bros. New Picture showing for the

Samuel Goldwyn's

SATURDAY, DECEMBER

23,

1950



PLAZA Theatre—=RiDGETOWN

LOVE VERY MUCH!

1.30, 4.45 and 3.30 p.m

And Continuing DATLY at 4.45 and 8.30 p.m
(R.K.O0. Radio)

“OUR VERY OWN”

menus I have. seen at the

‘ 1 R. EDWARD de FREITAS, 4nalysis; 7.15 p.m. Close Down. 12 noon First Time in Barbados:
should ive no tack. a apes ‘food | . B.G. solicitor, arrived from i2ts = Gout oe Sean spon Te am Extra Special: The Musical Short “PIANO RHYTHM” with Jan AUGUST
obtainable for those who want to | BG. yesterday afternoon by terlude; 1.10 pm. Racing Results; “ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING —

B.W.1.A. accompanied by his son

pm. Radio Newsreel;








“SPECIAL MATINEE:

THIS MORNING 9.50 AM

= out ‘tonight » start the zou -_" . Freie, ue oe to Declares 3 pa. The New : Starring MILTON BERLE — VIRGINIA MAYO ee a Brecsot Saenger Double)
season. . | sister is Mrs E. 5. urrowes, i8 1 w ' K - with RUTH ROMAN — BERT LAHR faneé RICHMOND and Gloria W z in
dinner there is the Christ- already fn Barbados. They are 330° » a Sorak toon tae Seem mois .

mas Show at the Marine Hotel,
organised by Norman Wood which
begins at 9.30 p.m. This will be

staying with the Burrowés until
they leave by the Lady Boat a
few days after Christmas for B.G.

p.m. Starring Partners, 3.30 p.m. Sports

Review; 4 p.m, The News. 4.10 p.

The Daily Service; 4.15 pp Strike

the Music; 5 p.m, Listeners” Choice; 3,
Parade;













“DONT GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS”

ae en
Sidney TOLER as Charlie CHAN in

followed by dancing, music sup- B.G.’s Colonial Treasurer ».. , 5.30 p.m. Mu: 2
Solent, a the Dathodos ON. AND MRS. EF. isha, eso, pam Pml ane GAEETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES “DARK ALIBI

Aquatic Club there is a dance
which will feature a Potato Dance,
Balloon Dances, and a Spot Waltz
Of course there is dancing at
Club Morgan every night in-
cluding Christmas Eve and New
Year’s Eve each of which this
year falls on a Sunday.

MeDAVID arrived from B.G.
vesterday afternoon by B.W.1.A,
to spend Christmas in Barbados.
They are here for two weeks and
are staying at Edgewater Hotel,
Bathsheba

Mr. McDavid is Colonial Trea-
eurer in B.G.

Temple and
Vondyke Affair; 7 p.m, The News; 7.19
the ews; 1 i Sports am
the 3 7 mn.
mary; 8 pam. Radio Newareel
Do you remember, 8.30 p.m.
road; Pp
pm e
Editorials;
10.45 p.m. Ivor Moreton; 11 p.m, Close
Down.














“mM.
News;
10.15 p.m.









TODAY 4.30 p.m. (Warner's Double)
David Niven -- Jane Wyman in

“KISS IN THE DARK”

George Brent in

“GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN”



Its Fun A




RKO Radio's thrilling adventure |



with Terny Moore; Ben
Extra special ;

MIDNITE TONITE 23rd









‘MIDNITE SHOW TONITE 23RD

Added for your better



With his Coloured Assistant Manton MOOREHEAD
fi Action All The Way!

Big action Pictures

“MIGHTY JOE YOUNG”

Johnson, Robert Armstrong

entertainment !





= . = Tim HOLT in
At the Marine on Christmas Director of Agriculture aon ahs o true (A Monogram Double) |
Eve i beef dinner BIG “?EAPOT” The Bowery Boys with Johnny MACK BROWN in: “ 7 ”
: there is — ; R. AND MRS. EDWARD W. JOHANNESBURG Leo GORCEY in
ollowed ancing, am on LEACH were among the ; 4 lecithin lees ntenterrertingesnde lel titel sa
Christhas hay they are serving passengers arriving from Trini- ,,%,@ant tee-pot which will serve BOWERY BOMBSHELL & LAND of the LAWLESS Save your '% Tickets this Saturday Nite 28rd and next Saturday 2th at
tea in the ballroom. dad yesterday morning by oa ‘Tana eek cerns fee Hi tea 8.30 Show—you may win a “XMAS HAMPER”
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Day too there is a dance B.W.1.A. to spend eleven days at oe “the Ea mesic hie sik SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY: 8.30 p.m; MATINEE SUNDAY 5 p.m. EO

at the Crane Hotel. Cacrabank. Mr. Leach is the Mere. g @ : Warner Bros. present:
Director of Agriculture in Trini- 70-gallon boilers and its own Dane CLARK; Raymond MASSEY; Ruth ROMAN in

1.C.T.A. Professor

R. AND MRS, CHARLES
LYNN ahd their daughter



dad. Their young daughter Eliza-
beth Mary accompanied them.

Belize is Cold
R. JOHN SUTTON, Telecom-

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Trureday” tp spend. ing oo ‘tn t igre Engineer 9 7 - - JOHN LOVES MARY & with Sally Gray—Trevor Howard
: urned fror Beliz terd owns tines Pe al alpetneeinpoentitinnn thie wheats
Barba Mr. Lynn is a Profes- Trinidad by BWIA ne left cee on ee | MIDNITE TONITE SATURDAY 23RD (A Monogram Double)
sor of Agriculture at the Impe- here in early December. Belize, ||° | Pt te ee PEDO LPEESECESESS ESOS OSS ‘ 298%, The East Side Kids with TEX RITTER with his horse
ria) College of Tropical Agricul- he told Carib, is getting very cold, ii % , er sree vane on
ture. They are guests at Cacra- s | ware . j %
bank. The pon have been Staying With Friends , teed ba iead s h MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN & MAN FROM TEXAS
living in Trinidad for about one R. AND MRS. A. S. McART- Dee eT bd * e i a As ele fo a ell eerie at -
7 day by BWIA and with be | | Lo] 9 Lot 8 SUNDAY, MONDAY FUESHSY s'sed'NiM’pim. (Warner's Dov
scterday , < 4 > sud , , an i mm. arner’s ,
With T.L.L. eee nea he hag eee rT mia % 6, MARHILL STREET Sune HAVER — Gordon MeRAE. in —
McArtney is with the firm of | R : . e
NTIGUAN born George we gpWwARD de FREITAS arriv. J- W. Potter and Co., Ltd., in| Pe ed % OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TO SUNDAY MORNING LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING
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his wife are in Barbados for a paul to spend Christmas in Barba- with the Hills at “Roseview”, | aaa ' % ' “STRANGE ALIBI” with
holiday and are staying with Af dos. His wife is already here. Rockley TT 3
. Mr. 5 seein Arthur KENNEDY Ann PERRY
es ad EL, Regular Visitors Off to The U.S, Bs SPECIALS! SPECIALS! eiviaunsblss oapeasvomeeatammeemmmmntreee-boo or oe
Pa ss R. CECIL WOOD left for the Across % Save your % Ticket this SAT. Nite 23rd and next SAT. 30th at 8.30 Shows
Pointe-a-Pierre, and has been : es +e ea ; ©). ana ® Down. They wili never |X Roast Turkey He & Jug You may win “A XMAS HAMPER
living im Trinidad for about eight R. AND MRS. CHARLES A U.S. on Thursday via_An- make men. (3, 7) ‘ 1% = y am ug
ars JACK and their daughter tigua and Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A.| * and 7 Down. Funereal errand ; * sai a ~ PAIS VE
ares . 12 v, Night light. (7) | ¥ Shr Salk .
; Jucqueline returned to Trinidad oS oe there to the U.S. by| 11, Sfvangies unis ts not ‘right. (5) | & rimp Salad Rae a
: ‘ , 2S i F Mr fi. ER, 2. This a f re. (4 | :
B.W.LS.A's Asst Secretary yesteraay fy OB'W.LA. MPAA, styight years in Bar| Soule eo |S Almond Chicken EMPIRE ROYAL
R. GEORGE SKEETE, son of Ww. s. Robertson & Co., Ltd., a he ge .y to a his ie See atat het Titeble for the $ Wanton Sou eG. «% va 4
» i ng ‘ ar vis ws er and at s D z . Briefly a t 4) | 0
Mr C. C. Skeete, Director in San Fernando. Regular vit oin tigen ae le a canine gk yous ve To-day 4.45 & 8.30 and To-day 4.45 & 8.30 and
of Agriculture and Mrs. Skeete Bariados, ‘They were staying al Since March 24: Beles fOr 8 ChOMEE. 3) sort | —— Continuing Continuing
arti f Trinid estevda - age bi, Realahatinaai pane arc a ee O38. Fact. to) | Darryl F. Zanuck Presents Darryl F. Zanuck Presents
so ean tinided yerspena the Hote) Royal ISS THERESA GOMEZ who| ‘°? iat sed Richard Widmark, Linda “NO WAY OUT”
morn WTA. has been staying in Barbados| , py. © dd " oye AND FOR ENTER ; t Darnell Stephen McNally in
Sects wit, Renn lll Passed Exams with ‘Mr. and Mrs, J.C, Hum-| © iu re a Si Sinear. (a | RAT AINaT | NO WAY OUT Starring Richard Widmark
expect « 4 phrey of St. Leonard’s venne, | + Buna intendea no duunt. (% 2 Lind:
5 ‘ RS. BRUCE MARSHALL. since March leaves for Trinidad | ’ Boese ts mouse with n. and © l% A Recorded Musical Program for the whole nite With Stephen a monauy ana
Mr. Skeete is the Assistant Sec- Secretary to the Branch to-day. She is the daughter of | » somebody slipped up. (3) > with Sidney Poitier—Mildred Sidn
g v vy © ey Pointier
retary to the B.W.IS.A. with Manager B.W.I.A. tells me that Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gomez of | { 3ee 4 Across. = 8 See 1 Across Bs Joanne Smith and Harry Co
headquarters in Trinidad. her husband has passed all his Port-of-Spain, , y; ae niet ew, Kate 18s 1% Bellaver To-Nite At Mid-Night
Wedding Sa leas ahciving ‘Oto where Canadians in B.G. [71 Se ae eee ee HAVE FUN — Dine on the Best Foods Republic Whole Serial :
R. CLAUDE RAMSAY, son "It is expected that Mr. Marshal! ]Y[™ AND MRS. P. MeCARTIN | ji. ft lends to (salute ne’ well ae TR AND To-Nite At Mid-Night “ZORRO’S BLACK
of Mr. G. D. Ramsay, Sénior will be coming out early next year Saree ee ah catlanioe te } Write Up the eat 14) $
soee tea Atriccttore ahd Mar BW.LA. to. spend two weeks in|, *watiauite Gi Ua | MERRY CHRISTMAS er. WHIP ”
Ramsay, was married on Wednes- Talk Of The Town rch en it ooraee’t ta “— Htokd. 15° Oratna 22" Mined” 28 Not |S , ‘ ‘“*MARX BROTHERS Starring:
day to Miss Gabrielle Dowrich, yd stons Ltd. BA, Glint: 45. Sent ine 1 18 Dial 4730 For Reservation ” George J. Lewi:
daughter of Mr. R. B. Dowrich HE TALK of St. John’s Georgetown, Canadians, they | Kwara ex evatec var % AT THE CIRCUS ewis and Linda
former Headmaster of All Saints’ I Antigua this Ghetsisess is a orn living Rs B.G. re two | ing: 10. Vacant 12 e ne | #FSGGGSG4S9S5S59S5S9S9555555569555559559559955949 ___, Berling
Boys’ host and Mrs. Dowrich, ; A cen e pn ‘he oer ye rs. ey are staying at Cacra- | AND To-morrow Night At Mid Nite
at St. Mary’s Church. The cere- mane ae flight rN Barbados. bani: : | la i te 9 Republic Double aes
mony was conducted by the Rev. With, Barclays Bank SENG NG NG NN NN NN Ns NN NN BIG JACK ne
r. K, A. B. Ss. ini isi Abe “ae! eCONNEY, son oa i Paces be ee i \D ;
Martinique Visitors dal ge aged Mew s wits ‘Waibean Mitey 408 NEGADES OF THE SENORA

The Bride was given in mar-

' MONG THE PASSENGERS

MeConney of “Frankville”’, Christ

Xmas Festivities

Richard Conte







and

riage by her father. She wore a “ ra. "HAIR abeich, ; B i
dress of brocaded sheer trimmed arriving from Martinique on fihurch, arrived from BWIA’ to Holiday PLAINSMAN AND TH
= ee saat te ad ~~ head- ee Se cae ene spend Christmas with his family THE BARBADOS AQUATIC ROXY E LADY
ress was kept in place by roses It anc rv BCO Mone has been living ii BG. far bas with Wild Bi
t Maddy Dubois. Mrs. Ernoult's )ODY Das & -G. for CLUB : -day to Wed. 4.30 and 8.15 oe Bill Elliott
oa Poors >. ee daughter Mrs. Seriot is at present Shaw Se a detest hak (Members Only) Festivities To-day to ab etle Se Mipsis bial hah lake cite
in Barbados on holiday with her \ ; : e Eagle Lion Big Double 4
Bestthan was Mr. Oliver V. daughter and they are all guests ro re expects to be Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and OLYMP IC
Chandler. The reception was held at the Hastings Hotel. Thera “°'® fOr @ Month. DINNERS will be served in Akim Tamiroff To-day and i 4
at Whitehall. will be quité a French family B.G. Timber Oe Seem een? aud Start in y aad ewpertew 4.45
} * * athering there for Christmas, (SATUR ) between ;
With Caroni Rnother arrival from Martinique R. CHRIS MORLEY and Mr. 9 o'clock THE CORSICAN First Instalment Republic
R. KEITH ROBERTS wh also at the Hastings Hotel is Mr. Dadlishaen whe ane oleh ue e TO-NIGHT Serial
0 18 G ie Lahoussaye who is Mana- = shine} . e
with Caroni Lid.’s Research tet of Pan American Airways B.G ‘Timber Co. arrived from PRICE $2.50 " BROTHERS KING of the ROCKET
Departmen: vi ere ster- i i : «G. , .W.I.A.
day by ovIA. i cent . Branch in Martinique spend a holiday in Barbados. They VERY SPECIAL MENU and MEN
couple of weeks’ ‘holiday with G. O. &. Arrives are staying at the Hotel Hastings. at THE COUNT of
his family in Hindsbury Road. RIGADIER E. K. PAGE, For B.G. Holiday DANCING from 10 p.m. to Starring:

Travelling Auditor



G.O.C., Caribbean Forces, and
Mrs. Page arrived from Trinidad
yesterday by B. Col.

R. COLIN WEEKES, one of
the Customs Officers at Sea-
well, was among the passengers

3 a.m.

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Potato Dance, Balloon Dance,



MONTE CRISTO

CLUB MORGAN

Starring Robert Donat

Tristram Coffin — Mae Clarke
With Don Haggerty ana
House Peter

R. AND MR&. GERALD de jichelin, 0.C. Local Forces, Lieut. leaving for B.G. yesterday after- and Spot Waltz, for which t To-Ni i
FREITAS left for Trinidad Colonel J. Connell, O.C. Barbados noon by B.W.I.A, He has gone Prizes will be given ; XMAS EVE To-Nite At Mid-Night Re ah sige At Mid-Night
rere. aaa ae 7 A he Regiment, Major M a a ohare a . nme ao. 4 ry XM BEG Fresents oe er
where they spen ristmas. Cox, Adjutant, Barbados Regi- Stoute, who ts on the staff of the Songs and Guitar Music by * | z sO
ha deFreitas is one of the ment, and Staff Officer, Lowel | Barbados Hardware, was another a ‘Mr. A. Howard t AS NIGHT & OLD YEAR'S NIGHT “BOOM TOWN” CRIMSON GHOST”
er chine Co's Forees, were at Seawell to meet} passenger on the same plane. A Speci Starring:
Sic cnmeients Gaeta awe . f Special Holiday Dinner from 8 to 11 p.m. i ig
Travelling Auditors them, _— a 8 ‘ay for Tickets 2/ Supper served throughout the night. Wome pnd sy oe an ne |
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For Dinner Reservations—8496 2 Wy TO GREET the Holidays :
a | % Hs 2 THE CPE “RESO ee ee. LO Ea a
lary tums to the house and may keep jis basket as a rev URS D : NEW YEAR ER
feaches a nice little basket,“ Things ame you stil have év6ry one a | OPEN 24 HO A DAY 5 Beier 50 DEN OF A THOUSAND THIEVES!”
heve been so exciting that | almost a 5 bee hem,” TAGE ih CASUARINA CLUB Dance $1.00 RENDEZVOUS FOR ROMANCE!
fix what you realy came here i filled right to the top he ° r * .
got ; f j Members t ve
for,"’ she laughs. ‘‘ Now thar the father joins them, and gether ‘ wemvers DAV~ a
: i ho they go to a secret doorway to bid Next to (** Cable Station, St. Lawrenee f ing Dinner
den has been pur right | hope y # } > Reservati
by I shan’t be contrary any more. farewell to Rupert and teil him the vations
has all been your doing, #0 you shortest way back home, will be assur-
4LL RIGHT” BRBERVED POSSESSION OS ed of ; heir
rence saint 7 een saa niaepseiesninnmiahela ranean teeter ene tables
pote i | throughout
} > the night.
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ATURDAY, DECEMBER

Canada
Wants More
Settlers

OTTAWA
hile Canada’s population nears
14,000,000 mark towards the
‘of 1950, immigration author-
§ are deeply concerned about



decline in the flow of im-
fants from Europe
he number from the United

#dom declined 46 per cent. in
first nine months of 1950—the
period for which figures were
Hable. The number of
Srants from atl countries
ing the period dropped 28 per
& There were 54,250 from all
atries, ineluding 9,804 from
in.
he decreases led the govern-
it to ease immigration restric-
8, to subsidize the air passage
Snigrants from Europe and to
i top officials from the _im-
fation department to Europe
study what could be done to
ease the movement of new
fens to this country.
nmigration Minister Walter
Tis announced early in Decem-
that through arrangements
1 the government-operated
as—Canada Air Lines, pros-
ive emigrants from Europe
qd book an air passage from
United Kingdom to Canada at
wt to themselves of not more
t $160—the equivalent of a
ist-class passage by sea.
fe regular air fare from
ain to Montreal is $383. Under
new plan the government will
tburse T.C.A. to make up the
fence on all bookings
®. Harris said it was hoped
move would stimulate im-
‘ation. It had been taken in
r of the scarcity of North
Mtic shipping, a factor which
prevented many prospective
igrants coming to Canada
Study Ship Fares
: the same time, the depart-
f canvassed shipping com-
@s on the possibility of getting

igrants lower passage rates
Og the winter months.
September, the government

ad an 11-year-old immigration
against German Nationals
4 1938 the German Nationals
* considered enemy aliens and
* barred under immigration
lations

1 lifting the ban,
care would be
Nazi Party

Mr. Harris
taken to see
members and
munists are kept out of
ida. He could not estimate
many Germans might come
anada as a result of the gov-
tent’s action.
le need for more immigration
underlined in November
4 Premier Frost of Ontario
minced that his province
ned to bring 17,400 skilled
gers. They are needed on
‘o projects, in mines and for
ft work.—(CP)



‘ather Frost

VIENNA.
imgary's Santa Claus went up
chimney like so much smoke
ay
© generations young Hungar-
have been receiving their
‘gifts from a kindly old gent

call “Father Christmas.”
te Communist organ Magyar
zet announced in Budapest
from now on he'll be called
apo”’—Father Frost.
is will bring Hungarian
ffen_a little closer to Russia,
te ‘Ded Moros”—also Father
delivers the goods.

—INS



fficial Wool-Gathering

i NEW YORK:

Mouncing bureaucrats for

ig to stock enough wool for
r army uniforms, an official

ite report says: “While the

‘d was obviously doing

ty of wool-gathering, none
was for the stockpile.”



23, 1050

gener nee = es

of

Cut

Doctors

LONDON, Dec. 22

A new government order that
Britain’s hospitals should drop
some of their key men is causing
concern to the nationalized med-
ical profession.

The Health Ministry order per-
emptorily instrycts hospitals to
limit the number of registrars—
young doctors seeking wider
experience and higher posts by
working under medical special-
ists .

It is estimated that over 2,800

registrars are now employed in
British hospitals. The Health
hospitals. The Health Ministry

order that this figure should be
eut by over a 1,000.

Hospital officials were quick to
point out that such a move would
imperi] their efficiency; for apart
from doing the bulk of routine
work at hospitals, the registrars
assist surgeons at the Operating
table and deal with out-patients.

Doctors with hospital experi-
ence said that the Ministry’s
decision would lead to a fall in
the standards of treatment.

Sir Lancelot Barrington-Ward,
Surgeon to the King, commented

“To reduce registrars in the
extent proposed would be to
ruin the work of the hospitals.”

Other medical criticism of the
Ministry's edict came from
the fact that it will be extremely
difficult for the outsted registrars
to become general practitioners.

A member of Parliament, Dr.
Charles Hill, declared that the
Ministry’s decision will lower the
quality of service for some
years to come,

“It will be
can so expand
ranks as to get an
the number of specialists,”
declared, —INS.

Horse And Dogs
, s

Earn Easy Life

WINNIPEG.
Two shaggy dogs and an old
horse are living a life of leisure
here. Shep and Bounce, the col-
lies; and Rock, a_ 17-year-old
horse, inherited a $5,160 estate
when their mistress. Mrs. Elinor
Scott, died at Fisher Branch, Man.
friends of Mrs. Scott, who have
been taking care of the animals,
said the elderly farm woman had
lived alone with her pets for
many years. When they die, the
estate will go to the Fisher Branch

hospital.—(CP)

years before we
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“ How's the gladness and

Eskimos Rub
Noses Now
By DON TAYLOR
MOST travellers would tell you
that the happiest people in the
world to-day are the Eskimos.
In “Eskimo Summer’’* Douglas

Leechman, Canadian archaeolo-
gist, talks of the Eskimos he met

during a few months in Northern
Labrador.
There is the Eskimo woman

Not much glamour here, in the
gruelling life of the Arctic.

And yet, despite her, voluminous |
and shapeless mass of clothing,
she seems feminine enough.

At one dance Leechman attend-

ed the Eskimos danced the square |

dances introduced years ago by
Scottish whalers. The tunes came
mainly from the same source.

Most Eskimo girls (and men)
have beautiful teeth—-and at one
time went in for tattooing as a
decoration.

They Love Shawls

The women ivve to buy things
from the white man’s stores, par-
ticularly brilliant-hued shawls.

Leechman gave the two women
in the family he stayed with bits
of jewellery and a compact each,
“complete with mirror, powder,
and puff.” They were delighted.

The old habit of rubbing noses
on meeting friends is, apparently,
dying out. But the Eskimo loves
shaking hands at any opportunity.
Nose-rubbing is a “gentle ap-
proach of one face to the other,
as though they were about to kiss.

“The noses barely touch, if at
all, and there is a gentle intake
of breath, as though sniffing.”

A film shew both baffled
fascinated the Eskimos.

Horses, trains, motor-cars they
could not understand, for they
had never seen them, But Mickey
Mouse was a success

One old lady laughed so much
she was carried out.

Children have a great time; the
word “don’t” is rarely used.

But football matches going on
until midnight in the Midnight
Sun can be somewhat exasperat-
ing, Leechman found.

“Danger and courage”’
kevnotes of the
ence

Their virtues
vices few.

and

are the
Eskimos’ exist-
their

are many,

*“Eskimo Summer,”
Leechman,
net.

by Douglas
Museum Press. 15s.

—L.ES.





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Supplies, Office, Canary Street, audited statements showing the value
C.1.F. of imports from the U.S.A. during the years 1946, 1947 and
1948, for the undermentioned commodities:

ee @ 4 BR Vea hee

Canned Fish

Meat

Milk and Milk Products

Feeding stuffs

Timber and Timber Manufactures

Newsprint

Other paper and Manufactures

Fertilisers

Cereal Foods (prepared)

Canned Fruit Vegetables and Soups

Macaroni Spaghetti and Vermicelli

Jelly and Dessert Powders

Women’s and Children’s boots and shoes (Leather uppers)
Leather and Leather Manufactures (excluding clothes)
Footwear, Rubber
Rubber Belting
Clothing of Rubber (including gloves)
Wallboards (pulp and Fibre)

Automobile Parts

Cooking utensils

Tools and hand imple nents

Furniture of metal

Lamps and lanterns «f metal

Buekles and slide fas eners

Dental and surgical apparatus

Electrical cooking and heating apparatus (domestic)
Electrical stoves and parts

Electrical meters and parts

Switches, sockets and wiring devices

Batteries and parts

Paints, varnishes and enamels

Perfumery, Cosmetics and toilet preparations
Soap, (toilet) and cleaners

and Canvas with rubber soles

Pharmaceuticals and proprietary medicines

NOTICE 5
TOKEN IMPORTS FROM THE Ss.
tapoey — alata eS + mareat
Importers are hereby requested to submit to the Controller of

giant” and the way things are going he could be right. Wear and Ale
The city is ailing, anyway, from a modern malady common Whisky
| to many great cities— -traffic jams. Brushes, brooms and mops
Sprawling London with its main factor. Authorities tried a Buttons
narrow, haphazard streets spread parking ban on most central Goggles, spectacles and parts
over 117 square miles, is becom- roads, but motorists still had to Toys and Dolls
ing, at least in downtown areas, park some place and the idea Pens, pencils and parts including fountain pens
F place of three speeds—slow, isn’t making much headway Confectionery
dead slow and wait. Police issue as many as 27,000 Cans for food products
Traffic moves bumper—to- summonses a year for street ob- Bottle caps
| bumper, causing grey hairs among struction, 0 ’ SAPs
drivers and pedestrians alike, It Here are some sidelights on the Men's hats ;
often takes up to an hour at busy traffic situation. Tron Bedsteads and springs
times to travel from the bottom 1. Lord Lucas, representing Feather Pillows
of the Strand to Piccadilly—a 30- the transport ministry, said he is Domestic Glassware
minute journey on foot, It’s even at his “wits’ end”. Machinery
station around busy Waterloo «if you slowed up London Raw Materials
sti ‘ raffic any , > 2 .
Traffic trouble is nothing new ue otanaben a wane a Mattresses
to London. It started when the 5 be ah Fresh Apples
t started n the things will get worse—There’s no ;
horseless carriage began appear- goubt about that.” Cocoa Preparations
{ing in streets originally designed ; Malt
for horse and buggy. But it seems 2. One London newspaper Unsweetened Biscuits
more crowded every year. staged a “tortoise-and-hare’”’ race Pickled & Salted Meat
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Printed Adveents Lté., Broaé St. Bridgetown.
aa > LONDON, Dec. 15.
Saturday, December 23, 1950 Clement Atilee scurried into
sit the House of Commons just three
and a haif minutes late. He had
cv _ anee
flown from New York, arrived
TWELVE PLANES . _New York,
in the morning, called on the
THE announcement that twelve planes King, concocted a short state-
will land at Seawell airport to-day is an rt Dl ume nobles aie
indication of the progress made since it schoolboy who couldn’t think of
: he SA a ee ‘ i an excuse.
was decided to make Seawell * modern What he had to say, however,
airport capable of accommodating large was none too exciting. Our
. Prime Minister has a way of
aircraft. , making important statements in
Air services in Barbados have moved far a vague and uninspired tone #
ae = re af. 10% aa voice. This, of course, is a tradi-
and fast from the days of 1930 when the tion in English politics. It 1s said,

arrival of a plane was the occasion for an
unofficial holiday.

One year ago Trans-Canada put Barba-
dos on the map and the expenditure on
the runway which now bears comparison
with many of those to be found in bigger
countries has yielded returns beyond the
fondest hopes of those who advocated it.

In recent months several lines have
made application to the Government for
permission to come to Seawell and with
the other improvements proposed to be
made there, it is likely that there will still
be further applications,

It is satisfying however to find that with-
in a short time of the modernising of the
airport there has been so great an increase
in traffic. Included in to-day’s arrivals
are world airliners which connect Seawell
with world airports that cater to the air-
lines linking up the big cities. Besides
these there are those from Venezuela al-
ways welcome in our midst. In the sum-
mer months Venezuelans were persuaded
to come to this island and so satisfied are
they that many are spending their winter
holiday here as well.

The net result of a new runway at Sea-
well is that there will be more employment
and more money in circulation. Some of
the dollars which we need to purchase
items outside the sterling area will be
earned by the services rendered to these
visitors. With better forms of advertising
there might even be an increase on the
present air traffic. Barbados with an
up-to-date airport, and good hotel, accom-
modation might become the gateway to
the South. To-day’s twelve planes are
en omen for the future.

Charity

THIS will be the happiest Christmas in
years for many of the charitable societies
in Barbados. A distinguished visitor to
the island who shall be nameless has been
most generous in playing the role of Fairy
God-mother and many a Cinderella will
get to the ball (metaphorically speaking)
as a result.

The people of Barbados have maintained
a spirit of giving which is not always ap-
preciated by visitors from abroad. The
merchant of Bridgetown regards Christ-
mas as a season of more giving not the
season of giving. There is hardly a month
in the year, indeed hardly a week when
someone does not come with cap in hand
or pencil sharpened at both ends to collect
a subscription for some charity or other.

It is doubly weleome then to find that
visitors to this,island are joining in this
ancient and honourable tradition of giving.

It is indeed one of the noblest of pastimes
and it is for the giver the best form of
insurance since there is authority for say-
ing that he is more blessed.

Charity, as the saying goes, begins at
home. That has been proved in the case
of Barbados by the very large numbers of
organisations which’ have been founded to
perform acts of charity. But charity will
always welcome help from abroad and
this wonderful example of the distin-
guished philanthropist in our midst ought
to act as a goad to remind others; in the
words of Freya Stark, how rich an oppor-
tunity for alms giving is presented in this
little island. May the number of our
philanthropists be increased, may all those
who can but who have not yet given, give,
and may God grant them all and us a
happy Xmas.





for instance, that when Stanley
Baldwin announced the pre-war
Anglo-French Entente with the

phrase. “Britain’s frontiers now
stand on the Rhine,” he left a
‘ong pause before the word

Rhine, said “er” twice and scur-
ried around among his papers as
if he had lost the frontier. In
that tradition, this week, a car-
toonist draws Mr. Attlee saying,

1 have to announce ahem
-that the world can be expected
—er—to come to an end tomor-
row.”

When he came back from
Washington, Clement Attlee knew
he had to face a confused con-
course of politicians who had put
a great deal of faith in his visit.
So he elevated a kind of verbal
lightning conductor with its
prongs pointing towards the two
most highly-charged clouds. One
loud might be labelled, “Atom
— &@ Nasty mushroom-
haped cloud and the other
‘belied “MacArthur”. The light-
ning conductor, this little speech,
as designed to ease the elec-

cal tension, It succeeded. But,

s so often happens, the most
riking political speeches of the
eek have come from Winston
hurechill. He has had the wits

criticise General MacArthur’s

nduct without widening Anglo-
smerican differences. He has
ilkked some sound sense on the
itom bomb without rousing vio-
ent emotion, Every time Winston
Churchill rises, the political com-
mentators now wonder whether
they can glean from his speech
what the Government's policy
will be next week. (In this con-
ext I am reminded of the story
of Churchill's
Attlee as a
clothing.’’)

of
in sheep’s

description
“sheep

* * *

This week's political witicism:
There are 615 M.P*s. 614 are
meglomaniacs, and the other one
ts Aneurin Bevan — we have no
classification for him. This was
we by Mr, Beverly Baxter,

P.

* * ”

Some trans-Atlantic _ tipsters
have decided that Tom Dewey
will run again as Presidential
candidate in 1952 as he is the
only politician in America who

has successfully developed 4a
television personality. Probably
Franklin D. Roosevelt was

elected President three times in
succession because he developed
the greatest broadcast person-
ality of any politician of all time?





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Attlee At The End

By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

Does this justify Dewey running
for President a third time?

On this side of theâ„¢ Atlantic,
none of our political leaders, hus
yet acclimatised himself to tele-
vision, I fancy Herbert Morrison
is the only leading labour poli-
tician who could attempt it,
although Aneurin Bevan might
try without knowing that he
looked rather more than life size
in a sitting-room. On the Con—
servative side, I doubt whether
Anthony Eden could transfer his
charming platform manner to the
demands of the television cam-
era. But two minor characters on
the Westminster stage — Bob
Boothby, the Tory, and Michaei
Foot, the Socialist — have been
putting themselves over suecess-
fully in telecasts. Both, of course,
have the advantage of few poli-
tical responsibilities on their
shoulders so they can put aii
their weight into weekly debat-



MR. CLEMENT ATTLEE

ing matches in front of the camera.
Boothby, who wrote his autobi-
ography under the title, “I Fight
to Live”, is a Tory with unortho-
dox views and a way of criticis-
ing his own party as well as his
Opponents. He has fought for
British unity with Europe and
against British dependence on
America; he is a member for
the fishing city of Aberdeen and
so tells the House of Commons
about herrings. He was once in
a Conservative Government, but
prefers the freelance pleasures of
a backbench orator.

The latest problem before Brit-
ish television is how to do a pro-
gramme about books. Sir William
Haley, the Director-General of
the B.B.C.,

reading books. Apparently he
means that one can stimulate the
ther. According to a _ recent
survey, however, 2 percent of
television viewers try to read at
the same time.

= * *

The promising young man
making the highest book sales in
the Christmas season with his
new book was alive two hundred
yenrs ago. James Boswell, the
self-centred biographer of Samuel
Johnson has recently had _ his
memoirs of how to be a rake
around town published—with
great success. The critics say
this man will go far, ard they
are anxiously awaiting his next
work—with greater seriousness
we trust. For myself, I am
thankful Boswell isn’t alive to-
day to be advised by the literary
critics. He would probably be
hired by “The New Yorker” and
an American publishing house tc
do a tour of Spain or Greece or
Turkey. As it was he took his
own tour round the Hebrides,
and met Samuel Johnsen whose
sour attitude to women contrasted

sharply with Boswell’s young-
mannish gaiety.
* + *

Since Bernard Shaw died, all
kinds and manners of men have
been writing obituaries, tributes,
afterthoughts, persona! ceflec
tions, and now we have almost
reached the “I was Bernard
Shaw’s barber” stage. i prefer
the story of a Dublin dustman
who lost £16 in erecting a plaque
on the house where George Bern-
ard Shaw was born in Syne
Street, Dublin, in 1856. The dust-
man who loved Shaw in Dublin
is a_ bitter reflection on the
Republic of Ireland which put
a silk tophat on its leading poet—
W. B. Yeats and called him a
Senator; this Dublin that daren't

claim Shaw. The dustman
thought his £16 well lost for
Shaw invited him to Ayot St.

Lawrence and the tablet is the
famous one that was written by
Shaw and ends with the word
“in”. The schoolchild’s rules of
English grammar provide that a
preposition is a bad word te
end a sentence with. The stone
mason who was charged with
cutting Shaw’s inscription wrotc
a most polite letter to the play-
wright calling attention to this
ultimate preposition. Shaw wrote
back to tell him that English
grammar was made for man and
that in any case that he, Shaw.
was 90 and that these rules were
something he could not put him-
self out to.

* “ *

“Quo Vadis” is coming. The

said the other day monster film with Peter Ustineyv

that the ordinary broadcast pro- as Nero has been produced in

grammes could not find a man
who could talk about books with
sufficient gusto. As for television;
—a book programme on television
has not yet been attempted. Ac-

Rome regardless of expense, and
the Italian siesta. The best news
we have of it is that Hollywood
has taken the question mark our
of “Quo Vadis?” as they say

cording to Sir William watching there is no question about where

television need nét compete with

“Quo Vadis” is going.



‘Self-Government And Freedom
(*Hetrayal In India” By D.F. Karaka=Gollancz)

LONDON.

IN 1947, when prices were
rising and food was short, the
Government of (India removed
controls from foodgrains. Con-
trols had first been imposed in
1942, and though in some areas
they had been ineffective, they
saved others from the most
serious consequences of the loss
of India’s overseas supplies. Eight
months after removing controls,
the government was obliged to
reimpose them because specu-
lation and shortage had raised
prices beyond the reach of the
mass of Indians.

It may seem strange that Mr.
Nehru's government, thought at
the time by many outside India
to be “left”, should have taken
this attitude towards the food
problem of the people, In
Britain, in similar circumstances
Conservatives -would not hesitate
anymore than Socialists, to make
controls more rigorous. But
Mahatma Gandhi supporti:
abolition of the control of food,
counselled: “It unmans the people
and deprives them of initiative:
it undoes the teaching, of self-
help . . . it makes them spoon-
fed.” Mr. Gandhi’s own saintly
character misled him when he
estimated the consequences of
abolition. But ig he could not
foresee the speculation that would
flourish, there is no doubt, thet
like a large number of Congress

leaders, he considered all re-
straints on private business
wrong.

We can now see in practice
what self-government means for

Reviewed By E. B. Timothy

India in the economic sphere.
The picture, of course, is neither
clear nor simple, and little atten-
tion has been paid to this aspect
of Mr. Nehru’s_ policy. But
“Betrayal in India” by an Indian
Journalist, though not pretending
to be- complete, gives evidence
enough that the present govern-
ment of India, so far from solving
India’s economic difficulties, is
constantly faced with strikes, and
:n spite of the immense personal
prestige of the Prime Minister. is
losing support among those who
hoped that independence would
mean economic change. -

“The common man of India says
Mr. Karaka, “thought that with
the installation of an _ Indian
government at New Delhi .a
millenium would be ushered in.
He had traced all our troubles to
our state of dependence, and
believed that in a free India
poverned by our own leaders,
these troubles would end, The
monies made by the sweat of
Indian labour would henceforth
stay in the country and be cir-
culated back to the people.
To-day, this same Indian is bit-
terly disillusioned, for his plight
is worse than it ever was,”

These are the words not of 9
Socialist or Communist, but a
Liberal, deeply convinced of the
necessity of Indian independence,
yet concerned that the govern-
ment’s totalitarian attitude in
politics, and imecompetence and
corruption in economic matters,

will reproduce in India the story
of China.

Congress itself has drawn
attention to one aspect of India’s
economic weakness, In January,
last year the President issued a
wise directive, which among
other things warned the party of
the serious effect of the participa-
tion of members in the black
market, and noted that “not
seldom is a place on transpor ae
tion committees, cloth licensing
boards and allied bodies abused
so as to secure privileges and
profits for the members or their
friends.”

Mr. Karaka’s conclusion is
emphatic, In two years Congress
has “proved itself more re-
actionary, more corrupt, more
capitalist more intolerant, and
at times, even more oppressive
than . the’ British” This
is not the view of one who
wants the British back, or who
did not want them to leave. It
is the bitter, no doubt exaggerated
criticism of his own government.
by a man who hoped everything
from it.

Whether one fully accepts Mr
Karaka’s picture or not, a study
of it is instructive both tor
those who to-day misunderstand
Colonial nationalism, and _ for
Colonial nationalists themselves
The former can learn that
nationalism in subject peoples
does not necessarily mean accep-
tance of the Communist ideology.
The latter can learn the lesson
Mr. Karaka himself suggests—
that to make a nation free is not
in itself enough to make free the
individuals who comprise it.



My Elderly

Aunt

Hy Hazel May

LONDON, Dec. 15,

The trouble about a film like the newly-
released “King Solomon’s Mines”, for Colo-
nials is that all one’s English relations take
it as gospel truth—a sort of documentary on
life in the Colonies. Take your elderly
aunt to it, and you will never again dissuade
her from the idea that your daily route to
office does not lead you thigh-high through
swamp seething with hungry crocodiles.

It was rather saddening to reflect that in}
21 years in Africa one had not seen half of |
the game that Deborah Kerr stumbled across_
in one technicolor morning. And with a
Stewart Granger safari you never by any
chance go round a swamp: Oh no! Just
plunge in, bullock carts and all! The one
realistic note in the whole film is the ex-
pression on those bullocks’ faces.

The film has not had a good reception by
the critics. They all agree, however, that
if you forget that there ever was a book
called “King Solomon’s Mines” which this
film is supposed to represent, then you may
find much to enjoy in it.

Personally, I think this film will be ap- |

preciated overseas, because the all-time low
in the acting standard is offset by the ex-
cellence of the animal shots. I have seen
nothing comparable to them before in any
film, American or British. They are action
shots taken at the most dramatic moments
in animal life.

The film opens with a terrifyingly vivid
shot of the shooting of an enormous bull
elephant, and the pandemonium which
breaks out in the herd as the great form
crumbles to the ground. There is a com-
pletely authentic and brilliant shot of a
stampede from a bush-fire, one of the most
terrifying spectacles that one can witness.
I have seen it myself, and can vouch for
the accuracy of the photography. There is
a remarkably realistic close-up of an angry
leopard making short work of Deborah Kerr’s
sleeping tent, which made me feel that the
photographers must have taken out a good
number of life policies before they went on
location.

British administrators in many Colonies
will find joy in Stewart Granger’s extremely
funny version of Key-Swahili as She is
Spoke. The African members of the cast
must have had a hard time keeping a straight
face. I also found myself wondering how
the cameramen managed to overcome the
native superstition which holds that the
devil himself lives in every camera, and that
the lense is the incarnation of the evil eye.
The rural tribes are usually exceedingly
camera-shy in Kenya, and some very strong
form of bribery must have been found to

induce them to pose, and even act, in the
film,

There were some strange effects jn the
technicolor, notably Stewart Granger’s sun-
burnt face, which looked rather like a white
tennis shoe badly cleaned with brown boot-
polish. They somehow achieved the authen-
tic, strange blue-green which is the general
effect of the East African bush country how-
ever, and the particularly glaring effect of
the sun at high noon.

Anyone who knows East Africa will have
a fascinating time picking out famous land-
marks against phoney Elstree painted sets.
There is, for example, a magnificent shot of
Mount Kenya’s twin peaks superimposed on
a surrealist Elstree desert which resembles
the sort of picture one finds on the
date-carton.

Perhaps the most authentic thing of all is
the sound-track. The sound of crickets,
bull-frogs, a distant hyena, and other bush
noises is guaranteed to make any exiled
Colonials want to take the next boat home.

top of a

Are You Learning To Fly

. Well, here we are in the cockpit
flying round the airfield at 1,000ft.
for our most important lesson:
landing.

We have just taken off beauti-
fully,

You opened the throttle slowly;*
and remembered to use your rud-
der coarsely to keep her straight
when the plane was going slowly.
more gently when she gathered
speed. You moved the stick for-
ward ... The tail event up. .
you glanced at your airspeed,
@ased the stick back—and at 60
she was off.

Very. good. And your turns are
improving. Now we'll go and land.
I’ve got her,

No matter from which direction
W@ approach the airfield we circle
it to the left.

We turn over the airfield and
look down at the signal square,
No special signals out

We look at the wind T and
it is parallel with a light strip of
grass where a metal runway used
to be. We will land along it

Round we go downwind. How
far we fly downwind depe: on
the wind strength. If it’s
we go-a shorter way; but we must
go far enough to lose our height

see

HUTTE

Always crreie th

i> airftela
to the ie:t,

during the fly-in.

All right—I’m turning across
wind now. As I do so I throttle
hard back and glide steadily at 65
miles an hour.

Now here we need all our alert-
ness and judgment. We must
watch the airfield, watch our air-
speed, and watch for planes.

And we must do our final turn-in
at the exact height that will allow
us to glide down steadily to the
near end of our “runway.” Take
a look now at the diagram above.

Now I can see we're going to
land hort of the airfield—or
“under-shoot"—unléss we do
omething

We can’t stretch our glide—so I



(o all

out for

a happy
we landing

—with Wing-Commander
PAUL RICHEY, D.F.c. f

o .

Sea naweone'

must open the throttle a bit t
pull us along. That's right—we’ll
make it now, so I’ll throttle bacir
and glide again.

As we cross the airfield boundary
I start to ease the nose up. We
lose speed and start to sink gently.
We're ten feet up at 50 miles an
hour—six feet at 47— back and
back comes the stick—and at 45
we stall softly on to the ground
and run along it.

All I do now is keep the stick
back and keep her straight until
she stops. We've landed.

Next week

What to do if you
“overshoot.”

—L.E.S

Our Readers Say : Surely the longer one stays in peaceful settlement among na-
Barbados. the more convinced tions, but we who travelled to
Wonderland one becomes that this island is Bethlehem by the spirit of good-

To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—Might I be permittea to
add my three cents worth to the
complaint made by H, D. J. in
regard to the congestion of the
main road in front of the Hast-
ings and Ocean View Hotels. 1!
would also like to inelude the
Royal Hotel in this same com-
plaint.

Recently I had the interesting. D.

experience of driving up to the
Ocean View Hotel to pick up
some Canadian friends who were
staying there, but was unable to
find room to stop my car while
I went into the hotel to get them.
due to the close congestion vi
hired cars all along the front
of the hotel. I then drove on &
‘he Hastings Rocks and stopped
my car in the area studded off
for parking. As I left the car to
walk back to the hotel, a police-
man informed me that the area
where [ had placed my car was
reserved for hired cars and wes
not for use by private cars. There
was not a single hired, or other
car for that matter, parked within
this studded area, so I asked the
policeman if he could find me a

nlace to stop my car near the
Ocean View Hotel, but he said
that was a matter outside his

control, I would add, in justice
to him, that he then gave me
permission to leave my car in the
studded area while I fetched my
friends out of the hotel

the original ee Wonderland.

2 B. ICK.
Hastings,
December 19, 1950.

The Carol Service
To the Editor, The Advocate,—

SIR,—I would like to record my
absolute disgust over the Christ-
mas Carols’ Recital at St. Mich-
ael’s Cathedral on Tuesday, 19th

ecember.

_ Since when does one book seats
in a church for an occasion like
this? Have we at last reduced our
churches to the status of cinemas?
I may add that fully one-third of
the available room downstairs was
barred to the general public. f
Was told on enquiring that these
seats were reserved” apparently
for the chosen few.

DISGUSTED.

Green es

To the Editor, The Advocate ,—

SIR,—Be so kind as to allow me
to send a word of greeting once
more to my people, who assemble
every Sunday night Under the
Green Trees in Fairchild Street
for spiritual benefits,

The past year in Barbados has
been a blessing to us in many
ways. We are yet spared from
the horrors of pestilence and storm
although in other parts of the
world there is much disturbance.

Statesmen and _ representatives
of all nations are travelling thous-
ands of miles from their countries
to meet each other with a hope of
attaining an understanding for a

will will have received an under-
standing and accepted that Peace
which only comes from “the Prince
iat” ie y offered to all
nations, ndred tongue:

peoples, tr

It is our desire and fervent
prayer that the oneness of love and
concord may once more be found
at the Altar of mercy, the Shrine
of sacrifice which can only satisfy
man’s desires.

May the God of Christma:
breathe Blessings of Peace on on:
and all, and may we all have
prosperous New Year.

REV. LIONEL SMITH.

Christmas Eve In Town
To The Editor, The Advoca
Stars shining in men’s eyes, sig
Lights in the taverns, skies ‘
Gloomy and dour in men’s hearts:
Angels of mercy standing by, and

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BETHELL
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egates he became friéndly with
was the Rt. Hon. W. S. Morrison,
the English M.P. Mr. Bethell
thought that perhaps more was
jearnt by delegates about each
other’s problems from informal
talks outside of the conference
room. The climate in New Zea-
land was rather cool; the people
were very hospitable and gave the
delegates a wonderful reception.

Mr. Bethell left Barbados on
October 13 for Curacao via Tririi-
dad by air. The trip to New
Zealand from there was made on

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Last Day For . si oa
Chri i
si
istmas
Shoppers
TODAY is the last shopping
day before Christmas and the City
streets are likely to be more con-_ })
gested than they have been for |}?
the last few days.
i Shoppers will be out in force
They will be making their last
purchases for Christmas. Many
will probably be found making a
last minute dash for that neces- |
sary tie, pair of shoes, or some
other article.

Some parents will still be in
search of toys for their children,

Here’s a favourite

Just in time for Xmas

D'ORSAY
PERFUME

Intoxication—Duo-LeDandy

Also Orsay Cologne

the Rangitoto. .

Panama he flew

en route

He arrived just in time for
Christmas and also for his fortieth
en which he celebrates
today



Refused To
Pay Bus Fare

THE Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery
yesterday fined Rupert Nightingale
of Haggat Hall 20/- to be paid in
seven days or in default one
month’s imprisonment, They had
found him guilty of having re-
fused to pay "bus fare while he
was passenger on the Diamond
*Bus M-1270 when it was going
along Tweedside Road on Novem-
ber 15.

In imposing the fine, the Judges
reversed a decision of Police
Magistrate Mr. A, J. H. Hanschell
who dismissed the case.

Reginald Murrell of My Lords
Hill who was conductor of the
‘bus at the time of the offence,
said that Nightingale got on the
‘bus while it was on Drax Hall
Street. When the “bus got on
Arthur’s Hill some people got off.
The man at the corner of a seat
got off to allow the passengers to

get off and when he did so,
Nightingale sat in the man’s
former _ seat. The man_ told

Nightingale to move, he refused
and the man pushed him aside.
A fight started and soon after-
wards when he asked Nightingale
for the fare, Nightingale refused
to give it to him.

C.J. Grants
Four Petitions

FOUR petitions for Letters of
Administration were granted by
His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore, in the Court of
Ordinary yesterday. The Peti-
tions were as follow:—



Petition of Thomas William
Simmons of Culloden Road, St.
Michael, Retired Seaman, ihe con-
stituted attorney of Maude Hare-
wood of New York, U.S.A., to
the estate of Edward Theophilus
Gibbs, late of New York, U.S.A.,
Painter.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in-
structed by Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors appeared for the
petitioner.

Petition of Leonard Demora
Riley of Bayfield, St. Philip,
Blacksmith, to the estate of his
wife Lenora Riley, deceased.

Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C., in-
structed by Hutchinson & Ban-
field, Solicitors appeared for the
petitioner.

Petition of Leotta Pinkett of
Stewart’s Hill, St. John, Widow, to
the estate of her husband William
Mareus Pinkett, late of Stewart’s
Hill, St. John, Cantoneer, de-
ceased,

Mr. J. BE. T. Brancker instruct-

ed by Haynes & Griffith, represent-
h etitioner.

et petition of Henry Crichlow
Marshall of Dayrells Road, Christ
Church, Retired Lighthouse
Keeper, to the estate of his son
Henry Adrian Marshall, late of
Montreal, Canada. .

Mr, J. S. B. Dear, instructed
by Mr. D. L. Sarjeant, Solicitor
appeared for the petitioner.

His Honour also granted the
application to re-seal letters of
Administration with the will an—
nexed of Ida Walrond Howell,

Toronto, Canada, but
es Barbados,

te of Bridgetown,
ned to the National Trust
Company.

The application was made on
behalf ‘of the Company by Mr.
H. L. Thomas of the firm of

& Sealy, Solicitors.
es Is of the following

ere admitted to probate:—
peony Geoles O'Donnell Walton,
late of St. George: Lilian Peola
Cave, late of St. Thomas —
Charles Rawlins, late of jt.
Michael.



Court Of Appeal
Confirms Decision

A DECISION of Police Magis-
trate, Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell was
yesterday confirmed by the Judges
of the Assistant Court of Appeal,
Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery. The Magis-
trate had sentenced McDonald
Lewis of Pounders Gap, Westbury
Road,- to six months’ imprison-
ment when he had found him
guilty of the larceny of $9.02 from
Adolphus Best. Lewis has five
previous convictions. for larceny.
He was sentenced to a month's
imprisonment last September,

Best was sleeping on the pave-
ment of Probyn Street. When
ne awoke he missed the money
from his pocket. Seeing Lewis
about 10 feet away, he went to
him and asked him for the money
Lewis ran and dropped a few
coins Best caught up with him
and gave him into custody
Lewis was searched at the Bridge
Police Station and a five dollar
note was found under the band of
hat and m oney was

about his under garments



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He returned by
the Rangitiki to Panama and from
to Barbados in
twelve hours making seven stops

XMAS PARCELS arrive for some Barbadians from relatives in U.S.A. and are off loaded from a lorry under the supervision of Mr. F.
Walker of Seaway Shipping who hands a package to Mr Leroy, local distributor.
At the right a little girl makes a last minute Xmas purchase from one of the vendors on Broad Street.





Mushroom’ U.S. WILL DEPO

Industries
Blooming

MUSHROOM industries that
flourish only at Christmas time in
the City cover a variety of things
that range from a paper bag to a
rush bottom chair,

The paper bag selling flourishes
not along the sidewalks and in
the doors of city stores but in the
unofficial fruit and vegetable
markets at Busby Alley, off Swan
Street and Luke’s Alley off Broad
Street between Harrison's and the
Colonnade.

People who buy their apples,
oranges, bananas, okras, peas and
the like, but find themselves with-
out anything in which they can
carry them and like Aladdin and
his lamp, they have only to rub
their heads or hands and a paper
bag vendor appears

Small paper bags sell at 2c. or
3c., the medium sized ones at 5c.
and 6¢. and the large ones at 8c.

Artificial Flowers

Artificial flowers is another of
these Xmas __ industries. The
material is simple to obtain—wire
and coloured paper, but some of
the designs are clever and artistic.

Some bunches of artificial mari-
golds with their comparatively
small and intricate leaf pattern
that were being offered for sale
at Baxter’s Road yesterday were
so realistic that many people
thought they were genuine mari-
golds.

Roses with their larger petals,
petunias and dahlias are all faith-
fully imitated in the bunches of
artificial flowers. They sell from
1/- to 2/— per bunch.

Two men at Baxter’s Road had
more orders for re-silvering
mirrors than they could handle.
People, chiefly from the outlying
parishes bring their mirrors to
town and only a part is service-
able for showing any reflection,
but in two hours’ time the entire
surface of the mirror is again
gleaming and as good as new.

Passe-Partout

The passe-partout industry is
another one. Pictures, chiefly
got from magazine imitations of
the masters are gathered by
passe-partout sellers and framed,

The most popular are of course
these representing some aspect of
the life of the Holy Family.

Yesterday pictures 6” x 4”
representing “The Flight Into
Egypt”, “The Visit of the Magi”
“The Adoration of the Shepherds”
and the “Cleansing of the Temple”.

They sold for 2/- and 2/6 eacn
and trade was good.

Communists Begin
Winter Offensive

@ From Page 1
miles northwest of Hungnam,
were attacked from the air and
by artillery.

The only significant contact on
the western front yesterday was
when three battalions of Com-
munists gained one to two miles
against South Koreans above
Chunchon.

Communists were said to have
been wearing American coats,

Superforts, light bombers and
fighters ranged from the coast
today sending a Communist sup-
ply centre up in flames and
systematically attacking railway
lines from the Yalu River to the
battlefront.

Three hundred Communists
were estimated killed and wound-
ed and 40 vehicles and tanks
destroyed.

New Sabre jets duelled with
Russian-type jets yesterday with
one possible kill for ho Allied loss.

—Reuter.

U.S. GUARD AGAINST:
SNEAK ATTACK

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22

To guard against a “sneak”
attack on the United States the
Government has made it mandat-
ory for all aircraft to identify
themselves on approaching the
U.S. coastline or the restricted
flying areas surrounding atomic
emergency areas. Civil
tics Authority has ordered all
pilots to file flight plans under
certain conditions.



A flight plan is a time and posi- |

tion schedule filed by a pilot and
includes the speed and altitude at
which he will fly.

—Reuter.



81 Vaccinated Yesterday

IN relation to the Vaccination
Campaign, the number vaccinate
at the various Centres up to late
yester« afternoon was 81,

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2,116.



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TRINIDADIAN NEGRO

NEW YORK, Dec. 22.

An immigration service hearing
the Commissioner on Thursday
ordered the deportation of Cludia
Jones, 38, Trinidad-born negro, as
a former member of the Com-
munist Party Central Committes,
its negro Commission and young
Communist League.

The examiner Joseph J. Mack
held that the woman alse known
as Claude Vera Scholnick was an
alien and had been a member of

the Communist party in the
United States after entering the
country from the British West
Indies on (February 9, 1924
—(C.P.)



Bench And Bar
Exchange Xmas
Greetings

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
were exchanged between Bench
and Bar at yesterday’s sitting of
the Court of Ordinary. Mr.
J. E. T. Brancker spoke on behalf
of the Barristers and _ Solicitors,
and His Honour the Chief Judge.
Sir Allan Collymore, replied.

Mr. Brancker expressed the
hope that in the coming year the
pressure of work on the Chief
Judge would not be so great as
in the year just ending, and that
the Chief Judge would have the
assistance of a Puisne Judge. .

The Chief Judge thanked Mr.
Brancker and through him the
members of the Bar, and thanked
also the members of the Solici-
tors’ Profession for their kind and
good wishes. He wished them a
Merry Christmas.

There was little hope, said the
Chief Justice, that the volume of
work during the coming year
would be less than during the
present year. He would welcome,
however, Mr. Brancker’s efforts
in the direction of the suggestion
made by Mr. Brancker as regards
the Puisne Judge.

U.K. Seaman Not
Forgotten Man

ALTHOUGH William Tyrrell,
the suspected case of small pox in
the hospital at Pelican Island. is
isolated and far from fis family
at home in England, he will not
spend his Christmas, a forgotten
man.

He will have the matron of the
hospital to talk with for part of
the day and games and books to
entertain himself with when the
matron cannot be with him,

He will be able to play a game
of patience, as someone has given
him a deck of cards, and amuse
himself with one or two jigsaw
puzzles which sympathisers have
sent him.

The Royal and Merchant Navy
Welfare are preparing presents to
send him, They are also prepar-

ing presents for three or four
seamen who are at the General
Hospital.

Sharon Will Not
Get Her Piano

NEW YORK, Dec. 22.

Little two-year-old Sharon
West’ won’t get the toy piano
which her daddy intended to buy
her for Christmas. Her daddy Al
(Sonny) West died on Thursday
night at home, 22 hours after he
had been knocked out by Percy
Bassett of Philadelphia in a box-
ing bout at the St. Nicholas arena.

The 2l-year-old west negro
lightweight from Washington un-
derwent two delicate brain oper-
ations and received three blood
transfusions, but failed to regain
consciousness, Dr. Vincent Nardi-
ello, State Athletic Commission
physician, said West died of an
intro-cerebral haemorrhage and
cerebral concussion. When he was
knocked cut, West fell flat on his
back and his head hit the
vas with a thud. His death wa
the third boxing fatality in the
United States and the ninth in
the this year campared t

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B.N.A. GIVE
XMAS TREAT

THE Barbados Nurses’ Associa-
tion gave their annual Christmas
treat to more than 50 children at
their office in St Michael's Row
on Saturday. The childre:
ranging from the age of Six month
to six years, were each given
besides other presents, a piece of
clothing,

The children had a joyous time
eating, drinking and playing
games, They afterwards went o
a lorry to Mrs. A. W. Scott’

residence, who is associated with cent per schanpp of 14 ounces.

the Barbados Nurses’ Association
and they were further entertained
there. Most of the funds which
help to give the treat came by)
way of donations.



Santa Claus Al
Police Station

OVER 350 children of members
of the Police Force were given
Christmas cheer at the District
“A” Police Station yesterday eve-
ning. The majority were accom-
panied by their mothers

Amusement for the cnildren in-
cluded sack races, flat races and
musical chairs. They all had a
smile on their faces but occasion-
ally a ery could be heard from
the tiny-tots.

Before the function closed Cpl.

Best, dressed as Santa Claus,
shared out gifts. Santa Claus
‘ame to the square on a sleigh

which was followed by children,
each shouting and cheering.

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but the emphasis is sure to be on
balloons, Children love to walk
about with them on Christmas
morning and parents are not left
in peace until they get some

The gaily decorated shop win-
dows which have been attracting
children and adults alike during
the past few days will again be
lighted up tonight. It will be the
last night for the Christmas dis- |}
play and one is sure to see big
crowds looking on |

Managers of plantations did not |
come to the City yesterday as
usual, They did so on Thursday
The early visit was made, it wa
said so that they could get money |
G. from the banks to pay their work
ers in good time for Christmas

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Our Own Correspondent) attractions in the town, was the
GEORGETOWN, Dec, 22... Tost Busy street. The few

New taxation proposals es- vehicular traffic was not steady.
timated to yield an additional but pedestrians Werk” i. g90e
$1,535,000 revenue for British numbers, It is the only street ‘n
Guinn ee , “| Speightstown where the shopper
: ana were announced bY could buy his groceries, clothing
Financial Secretary Hon, E hardware, effects, first

personal

Mec David, C.B.E., C.M.G., in a gid and petrol

budget statement Most of the shoppers were from
It was also announced that the the outlying districts and othe:

Secretary of State for the Colonies adjoining parishes.

has secured the necessary ap- Groceries, however, did the

proval from the appropriate most of the trade.

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The new duties include in- DIFFICULTY

creases on aerated water, rum Walters

bauxite, postal rates and charges

internal and foreign, both surface TO. MAKE | PURCHASES | ww

pe arena telecommnunications, out for breakfast. intending — to -_

OTOL ve pie es licences, tuition purchase an article they often find i. >

fees, incomé tax on companies that the shop which has the

and oe oy on both rail- wanted article is closed for lunch ‘

ways and steamers These shoos which close for

New duties on aerated waters luncheon re-open just about the MADE IN U.K.

and rum takes effect today in- time when the clerks have to go

The Perfection of Confection

back to work and so they cannot
make their purchases
The clerks now get their fellow

reasing the retail price of aerated
drinks by one cent per bottle and
rum by 14 cents per bottle, 1



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Me David in a two hour speech before theirs to make their pur- LONDON. W.3
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, ia wpe of them complain, their fellows
and set backs do not usually have the touch to

and pointed but the Government’s colect the right type of article
view with great apprehension on they like,

the Commonwealth, all which
make new taxation proposals im-
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The West German Chancellor| by His Worship Mr. E. A, Mc- AND ¢ USTOMERS
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from his conversation with the] police Court

NOT ONLY IN APPRECIATION

OF YOUR PATRONAGE

Allied High Commissioners yester
day “more satisfied than ever be-
fore’ the Christian Democrat
sress service which reflects closely
said

She was found guilty of assault-
ing Writ Server Sealy on Decem-
ber 21 while in the execution of
his duty.

oe view of the Chancellery THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
oday.

“This ne” said “the Higt nn : my
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him merely to tell him what had
been decided, but to inform him
fully over the Brussels conference
without making any demands
from him

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DON’T READ
THIS

VIENNA.

Famous Viennese astrolo-
gist Arnold Gron, in an
annual custom, predicted
that Kerea would end in
compromise but the world
was headed for a major war
in 1952.

The leng-time President
of the Vienna Society of
Astrologists said the war,
and its aftermath, would last
10 years and end in a “Pyr-
rhic victory” for the United
States.

Gron, who ordinarily does
not predict events more than
ene year ahead, teld Inter-
national News Service that
“the heavens at this time
disclose unmistakable guide-
pests to events well into
1952”

Political highlights as ob-
served by Gron:

A tense 1951 followed by
Russian imvasion of Western
Germany the following year.
It will set off a world con-
flict in which there will be
virtually no neutral coun-
tries... The Atom bomb will
be used, but not with ‘com-
plete” effectiveness,

Russia’s Premier Stalin will
be dead by the war's end
in 1962. The United States
will wind up with a Secialist
economy, Communism will
be replaced throughout the
world by this “mild form of
Socialisgn’’. i

Grom «who has presided
over. the Vienna Seciety
since "1927, gives this nation-
by-nation account for the
next.12 months:

United States — The Ad-
ministration will continue to
make “capital mistakes” that
eventually will lead it to
war with Russia.

Korea — Slated to be the
victim of an American-
sponsored compromise that
will leave North Koreans in
virtual control.

Formosa — To be aban-
doned by the West, Chiang
Kai-Shek will flee to a

Western refuge.

Indo-China — The French
will be ousted with the ex-
ception of a few toeholds
along the coast. Civil war
will continue despite Viet-
nam control.

Tibet—Lost to Communist
China.

Eastern Europe — In line
for stricter control under
Russia, aiming for the war
in 1952.

Western Europe — The
quarrelling over rearma-
ment will not end until it
“is almost too late”,

Gron, who gave his usual
clese meditation to each
prognostication, was too in-
velyed with serious politics
to turn to liehter items such
as women’s fashions.

“IT am at a loss, and so
are the stars, to predict
what women will wear even
next month.” he said.

“Any astrolovist who pre-
tends to be able to foretell
the taste of women. is either
a auack or else he is pulling
your ler.”

—I.N.S.

We Warned You



Christmas Gift

ROME:

Italy’s pawnshops will re-
store free of charge al] items
valued less than 15/- which
owners Were unable to re-
deem for cash—as a Christ-

mas gift. Italian pawnshops
are government-controlled
and are not profit-making
agencies. In Rome _ alone

over 2,000 people wil] benefit.




Cee et

ralgia, merve

THERE’S PAIN RELIEF
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Selby, from St. Lucia

Sch. Lindsyd Il, 36 tons net, Capt
Barnes, from Martinique
Motor Sch. Julner, 56 tons net, Capt

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M.V. Daerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De
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Barnes, from Martinique
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Gumbs, for St. Lucia |
Sch. Beique 44 tons net, Capt. King
Sch. Enterp: S., 66 tons net, Capt




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Ashton, for St. Vincent
Sch, W. L. Eunicia, 38 tons net, Capt. |
Joseph, for Dominica

Sch. Mandalay U.,
Gooding, for St
Sch. Timothy A. H. Vansluytman, 7
tons net, Capt. Stoll, for Britism Guiana |

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B.W.LAL

Kenneth Miller; Bernice Wilson, Oscar
Small; George Thompson, Harry St.
George, Pamela O.Reilly; Mabel O,Reilly,
G, O. M, O'Reilly; Maria Pisuner; Pedro
Pisuner; W. V. Wiltshire, Aylmer Blades,

William Martin, William Boyd, Lilian
Eastham; Frederick Eastham; Hornando
Gonzalez; Carmen Gonzalez; Charles

Linton; Ehmyntrude Linton, Sylvia Lynn;
Charles Lynn, Marjorie Lynn; Evelyn
Hackett, Gwendolyn Haakett, Hazel May
De Nobriga, Ronemary Sutherland
George Sutherland.

From MAQUETIA:

Francis

Pearl Foss, Foss, Joseph
Foss, Otto Schmidli; Natalina Schmi-
di, Rosa Sehmidli; Nirelia Schmidli;
Iuis Amiceietti; Ela Klein; Gonta
Klein, Rudolf Robicek; Juan Plaut,
Ekika Plaut, Ruth Plaut; William Swin-
nock; Margaret Swinnock; Maurice
Jones; Eleanor Gonzalez; Fred Gold.
Schmidt, Donald Hatch; Alberto Hol-

eulin, Carmen De Souza; Frank De Souza, |

Archibald Harris, Elenor Boyd, Major
Boyd.
From ST. LUCIA:

John Walton, Catherine Walton, EMe
Barnes, O'Neal Baerge, Anthony Glou-
reau, Roderick Stewart, May Stewart.
From MARTINIQUE:

Marie Ernoult; Mad Dubois, Guy
Lahoussaye, Gustave Balmelis, Yves
Littee, Ginette Littee, Ellis Cumber.
batch,

From . ANTIGUA
Keturah Webster, Eunice Ince

From GRENADA;

Cyril Crawford, Florence Hope, Col-

lin Hope, Nesta Hope, Carlyle Hope,
Vic Hope, Wesley Jackman
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L

For TRINIDAD

Capt. George Lyle, Dorothy Woodhams,
Seepersad, Saroop, Kaasarran Saroop,
Frank, Raonoutar, Seepant Siunarine,
Charles Seonungal, Timothy Headley
Oliver Knight, Walter Girling, Dora
Ramcheran, Charles Lioyd, William Boyd.
For LA GUAIRA:

Theodore Vera, Olga Arocha de Vera,
Carlos Werner, Nelly Werner, Bertha
Luge, Maria Aristeiguieta, Jose Arig-
teiguieta.

For ANTIGUA:

Olive Edwards,
thur Benton; Rev
Ruth Pompey
For GRENADA:
Ercell Archer; Dora Tbberson; Arnott
Darnley-Steele; Bery Darnley-Steele;
filison Darnley.Steele: Helen Bacchus.
For ST. LUCIA;

Mary Walwyn, Douglas Walwyn;
nie Wells; Joseph Andrieux;
Andrieux; Lady Violet Stow;
dard; Sheila Arthur; Myrtle
For SAN JUAN:

Cetil Wood; Oliver Myles;
Farlane; Grace McFarlane;
Bourne

Samuel McNabb; Ar-
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He wanted to go on working for the Colonies
Apart from the tributes to his great popularity in the House
of Commons, Press comment in the United Kingdom on

the passing of the former Secretary of State for the colo-
nies, Colonel Oliver Stanley, emphasises that the work

which appealed to him most in

s Parliamentary earecr

was that associated with the Colonies.

_ He was in charge of the Colon-
ial Office for the comparatively
short period of 1942 to 1945,
having left the Army to take up
the post at the request of Mr.
Churchill. In those three years,
Yiowever, he nat only founded
modern Colonial policy, in sueh
measures as the Colonial Delevop-
ment and Welfare Act, but
continued till his death 1o take
*he liveliest interest in Colonial
effairs.

As Peterborougn, the “Daily
Telegraph” columnist notes in
his tribute “He (Stanley) used to
say that in whatever office he
might be given he would ask
nothing better than to go on wit!

the work for the Colonies he had |

begun in the war years.”

But other things were pro-
phesied for him had he lived.
Standing third in the Conserva-

tive “shadow Cabinet” (next |o
Mr. Anthony Eden), he was
strongly tipped for the most

important post of Chancellor of
the Exchequer, should the Con-
servatives win the next election.

The “Times” recalls Stanley's
words on assuming office as
Colonial Secretary in 1942. He
declared that it would be his aim
“to foster political development,
raise the standerd of living in the
colonies, provide adequate social
services and ensure a square
deal to the different communities
in each of the territories.”

The paper refers to Stanley's
visits to West and East Africa
in 19438 to “educate himself,”
and then says “No greater tribute
can be paid to him in respect of
the colonies than the knowledge
that it was he who, in 1945, in-
troduced in the House of
Commons, the Colonial Develop-
ment end Welfare Bill, which
provided a sum of £120m for the
Colonial Empire over ten years.
This Bill, which he piloted
through all stages, received the





Royal Assent in 1945 and hes
been the foundation of British
colonial policy for the last five
years.”

Other tributes of
have centred on Mr.
“polished humour”
“Scotsman” put it.

More than one paper recalls
his comment on the Labour
Goyernment’s system of controls
whe~ he askad the Government
to “realise that they were mak-
ing a country fit for Negroes ‘o
live in.”

A Socialist 11.P., George Ben-
son, once siid: “No one minds
being punched by Stanley. It is
done so wittily.”

The “Times” parliamentary
correspondent described Stanley
as tre “Runert of debate.”

Czechs Pass Law

To “Protect Peace”

PRAGUE, Dec. 20.

The Czechoslovak National
Assembly today passed a law “for
the protection of peace”.

Madame Hodinova Spurna, who
headed the Czechoslovak delega-
tlon to the Warsaw Peace Con-
gress, said that Czechoslovakia
took her place with other coun-
tries striving for peace under the
leadership of Russia.

the Press
Stanley’s
as the





— Reuter

8 KILLED IN R.A.F.

BENGAZI, Dec. 21.
Four of its 33 passengers and



| four Royal Air Ferce crew were

killed when an R.A.F. transport
command plane crashed near
Benia airfield, 11 miles from Ben-
gazi, last night.

The plane was trying to make
an emergency landing.—Reuter.

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SYDNEY:
Liberal Party organiser Douglas
Date, of Sydney, is claiming £75
for “injury received during em-

ployment.” Injury: “Damaged
little finger due to excessive
handshaking.” His party won
the elections.

"CIVIL" SERVANT
OTTAWA

Tribute to Walter Smith, re-
tiring after 50 years’ service in
the transport department, includ-
ed this from M. E. Kenny, chief
of office services’ “This man was
a true civil servant. He never
said. an uncivil word and service
was his watchword.”

—(C.P).



Hotels Come First |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
High hopes for a good tourist
season for 1950—51 were enter-
tained by Mr. Wilson Minshall,
Manager of the Trinidad and
Tobago Tourist Board, who re-
turned to Trinidad a few days
ago after spending six months
visiting the United Kingdom,
Europe, Canada and the United

States of America.

But Mr. Minshall declared that
during his North American tour
he discovered that it was common
knowledge there, as in Trinidad
that no serious development can
take place in this Colony so fai
as the travel business goes until
the hotel question has been stud-
ied and the problem of modern
accomodation solved.

Mr. Minshall said while in the
United Kingdom he visited many
counties and towns with an eye
to tourist development. He spent
two days at the British Travei
Association in London investigat~
ing their methods which are on
a scale infinitely larger than Trini-
dad and Tobago.

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THERE'S NO NONSENSE ABOUT THIS PICTURE

It shows Chapman Pincher at 40° below Zero

Mr. Pincher thaws, continues his column























FARNBOROUGH.

WHAT can the human body
stand up to in the way of mechan-
ical shocks,*exposure, and fatigue?
Twelve “guinea-pig” doctors,
working in secret, are risking
Merious injury every day to find
out

)Their astonishing activities were

slosed for the first time. today
When the R.A-F. raised the secur-
ify screen round its Medical Re-
search Laboratory, which is

ZOcated here at Farnborough. in

Hampshire

These young doctors submit to

Being anaesthetised and thrown

Mto cold water while their col-

agues watch, through submerged

> windows, to study the survival

Chances of an unconscious airman
floating in the sea.

They are whirled round in
machines until they black-out
They endure three-hour sessions
in an ice box with a 40-degrees
® below-zero gale roaring through
it. I tried it with them—without
protective clothing—and a picture
taken cf me (right) after five
* seconds’ shivering made me look

like a man on the run.

The results of their researches
are the “G” suits, which help
fliers to defeat gravity black-outs
during steep dives, breathing
equipments, and the other gadgets
without which high flying at 60

-

BY

= miles an hour would be impossi-
_ ble. |
+ I watched two of the doctors

xperience what would happen to
au fighter pilot if his cockpit can-

opy blew off while he was ten
miles up.
Equipped with oxygen masks,
the men were clamped into a

; dong steel drum from which the

,@ir was gradually withdrawn.
Suddenly they were subjected to
the rapid decompression which
the pilot would feel.

Their puffed faces and chests
Showed that without special pro-
tection they would have blacked
out. But a new device which
Pumps emergency oxygen into the
Ings kept them conscious for 15
Seconds—long enough for the
~ Pilot of a disabled fighter to de-
Scend to a safer level.

The R.A.F. will not allow

ese doctors to be named. To pre-

rve security and medical eti-
Quette—but mainly, I think, be-
Cause of persenal modesty—tne
“guinea pig” doctors want to re-



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graphed after five seconds in
an ice-box at 40 degrees
below zero (which is 72

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has been there for two hours,
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OXFORD University scientists just reported on vivisection ex- the animals on which they experi- more sympathetic or a more
» have been weighing young periments they carried out on ment. callous approach ?
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PINTRIGUING insight into the placed too deeply.” Does the clcser emotional rela- is ah animal which refuses. to
workings of the female mind tionship which seems to exist suckle its young.”
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two women scientists _who have women scientists make pets of their animal victims signify a —L.E.S.
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| A drive
crafts among
; Britons is being launched by
| 79-year-old Lord Thomas Jeeve«
| Horder physician to Kin
George VI. s
| Lord Horder is president of the st
British National Amenities pr
Council, which has just formed

la Committee for the Revival
Home Industry. Supported by the
jcommittee, Horder is trying
jbrimg back to the British homes
| the idea of “Make, do, and mend.”
i People are to be encouraged to
make furniture, clothes, textiles
land toys in their homes during
leisure hours and sell them on tne
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a recent Venture.”
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eventually, although it will be
uphill struggle.

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and other European countri¢
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as Britain, There are many
distractions in our cities

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Ring Evelyn 2987. 20.12.50—4n
TRUCKS — Two U Trucks with 4
pneumatic
by Tractor. Can



12.50-—7n.
RE
ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR —- One Westinghouse
and (1) Coldspot Refrigerator. (1) Elec.
motor in good working order. Owen T.

Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial 3299.
21,12.50—3n.

LIVESTOCK
LIVESTOCK—Graded Jersey with
first calf, giving 20 pints, also bull
calf of same four weeks old. Tel.
2470." 23.12.50—2n,

MISCELLANEOUS

Attractive Xmas tree lights.
$7.20 Dial 4269 Eckstein Bros.



20.12.50—5n in eng to

BOOKS Songs of
Covers. $1.00 each. Apply A. L. Waithe,
High St. 23.12.50—1n.

BICYCLE—One (1) Green
Speed Raleigh Bicycle.
Owner leaving Colony
bell, Culloden Road, St.

Good as new.
Apply:
Michael.




Only | ésland
on

22” Three | date
the



1951, when re-registering of the dairies
for that year must be done on or before
the fifth day of January.

Persons granted permits to dispose of

tyres, each for carting canes| surplus milk, along with milk vendors

‘ be seen at juare | who ive obtained licen

Factory Ltd. Apply to toa 4 ee oerinits
q

SO
req to renew their permits and
licenses,

Forms of application for registration
can be obtained from the Commis-
sloners of Health of St. Michael,

Sed. J. M, KIDNEy,

Chairman, Commissionere of Health,

St. Michael.
20.12.50—2n.



NOTICE

Re the Estate of
ELLEN CA’ MELVIN

NOTICE is,hereby given that all per-
cons any Claim against
Batate of Mulen Gattiecing icieks inte nt
Saint Michael’s Row, Bridgetown, in this
the ‘and day Tt eae 1948,

» are
send in lars of their
Rly attested to the,

aise — Hard|Colin Cleare Parkinson, C/o

Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors, No. 14
James Street, Bridgetown, on or before
the 15th day of January 1951, after which
I shall _ proceed to distribute

of the deceased among the

assets
Gwen-| Parties entitled thereto having re;

only to such claims of which I shall then

23.12.50—2n, | have had notice and I will not be liable

for the assets or any part thereof so

—_—— es
BOOKS—Tuck’s Annual,_a wonderful} distributed to any person of whose debt

gift for Boy or Girl at all_stationers.
The General Agency Co., B’dos Ltd.





or claim I shall not then have had notice.
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-

24.12.50-—3n,

SU1Z.50-—SH Rae One delay.
BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Only a of November, 1950.
500 copies left for | local circulation | ¢ NeoLiIN CLEAR PARKINSON, ‘
Buy now. 2/- each from Advocate ana | @U# ar ee with the Will
Roberts Stationery, Weatherhead and Melvin ie = = state of Eilon Catherine

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,
aon lke ill
COAT—One Gentleman's Winter Coat

in excellent condition, Apply: Donald
Edghill 4530 or 8102.

20.12.50—t.f.n.

“CHAFF CUTTER. Good condition,

Tel, 2470". 23,.12.50-—2n,

CEYLON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
Fibre just received. This Fibre is clean,
soft and springy. Price 14 cents per
pound, Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co., Ltd. 15.12.50—t.f.n.

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

15.12.50—t.f.n.









COSTUME JEWELLERY Finest
assortment in town. Earrings in various
styles, Rings, Broaches, Pearl Necklaces,
Bangles etc., etc, Call to-day at Thani
Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry Street. Dial 3466,
Opened till 5 p.m, to-day.

23.12.50—In.

GIFTS—That give lasting joy! Per-
fumes Chanel No, 5, Shatimar, Joy,
Moment Supreme, Amour Amour,
Indias Pride Oto Dil Bamar, Khus,
Khus, and other kinds. Call at Thani
Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry Street.

23.12.50—1n





GENTLEMEN! Do you like to wear,

something flashy for your holiday? We
offer very colourful sport
will make you hold your breath. Shop

at Thani Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry and
Swan Streets. Opened till 5 p.m
to-day. 23.12.50—in.

Socipillpbenecanialancgpistk poeta Ni REET el

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.

ala TS

GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 lb.
to 8 Ibs. each. Tinned Fruit Jams and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots. cherries,
peeks raisins, currants. W. A. Medford,
Pr. Wm. Henry Street. 20.12,50—4n.

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

HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 21.12.50—3n.

————_—_—_—

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

LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in
beautiful designs and colours just open-
ed again for you. Yes! It’s at THANT'S
Pr, Wm. Henry St. Dial 3466 and Swan
St. 14,12,50—t.f.n.

ONE
dition,
Hall Pharmacy.

BABY'’S PRAM in good con-

Apply to A. A. Browne, Eagle

Disl 4004 or 2154.
23.12,50—3n.

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

Hutchinson & Co., Ltd.
15,22,50—t.f.n,

PERMANENT NEEDLES

Dial 3466,| 21st day of December

50—4in



TAKE NOTICE

That THE FLORSHEIM SHOB
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Ithnois, 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 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.
Dated this 20th day of December
1p50.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
21,42.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
RATED, 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 Register in connection
with all kinds of foods and ingredients
of foods, and will be entitled. to register
the same after one month from the
1950 ess

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



shirts that | &t_â„¢my office.

Dated this 20th day of December,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21.12.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

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

and will be gntitled to register the | must be supplied in containers holding not more than 50 Ibs. of milk

the
unless

same after
2lst day of

from
1950

one month
December

this Island on the 29th day of July
1948, are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim duly
attested, to me the undersigned, in
care of Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield,
Solicitors, James Street, Bridgetown,
on or before the 15th day of February
1951, after which date 1 shall proceed
to distribute the assets of the estate
among the parties entitled thereto,
having regard to the debts and claims
only of which I shall then have had
notice and that I shall not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not
have had notice at the time of such
distribution. ‘

AND al) persons indebted to the
snid estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 8th day of ember 1950.
SYBIL PAULINE DeCO HINDS,
Qualified executrix of the Will of
Ashton Winthrop Hunt, deceased,

9.12.50—4n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of George Cobham of
Neslon Street, St. Michael for
sion to sell Spirits, Mait Liquors, &c,;
aos floor of No. 5 Nelson Street,
‘y.
Dated this 22nd day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”,
Signed G. COBHAM,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January, 1951,
at 11, o'clock, a.m.
H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
23,12.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Hilary Scantiebury
of Holetown, St, James, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
bettom floor of a 2-storey wall building
in Coleridge Street, City.

Dated this 2ist day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’.

Signed H. SCANTLEBURY,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, District “A" on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January 1951,
at 1a o'clock, a.m.

H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
23.12.50—1n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Ida Thorne of



of
St.

The application
Roebuck Street, Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e., at No, 67 Roebuck Street, Bridge.
town.

Dated this 2lst day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.

Signed C. WHITE,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, District “A” on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January 1951,
at 11\ o'clock, a.m,

H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
23.12.50—1In.

CARS—4 V-8 Sedans, 1 Willys Sedan
end 2 Hillman Sedans. Joseph Vul-
eanizing and Welding Depot, 47 Roebuck
Street, Red Bird Garage.

23.12.50—2n.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.

Tenders for the supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to the

Public Elemen f ;
TENDERS are invited for the supply of 80 tons of Skimmed Milk

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, a] Powder for use in the Public Elementary Schools of the Island during

the following school Terms: —
i.
2. .10th September to 8th Dee
8. 7th January to 4th April,
Persons tendering must quote

each. It is estimated that the ave

some person shall in the meantime give| be 3 to 6 tons.

notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

at my office.
Dated this 20th day of
50.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

21.18.50—3n. noon on Sxturday, the 27th of January,
The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or





TAKE NOTICE

That MATTHEW RUDOLPH GON-
SALVES trading under the style or firm
of The Elite Shirt Factory, British
Subject, whose trade or business address
is No. 34 Richmond Street, City of
Port-of-Spain, Island of Trinidad, British
West Indies, has applied for the registra-

Regitter in connection with articles of
clething, and will be entitled to register
the same after ane month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at_miy office.
20th day

Dated this
1950. a
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21,12,50—3n

of December,



for your LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

record plaiver, and needles of all kinds,
records of all kinds too. A BARNES @
co., LTD. 22.12.50—t.f.7

RAINCOATS, RAINCOATS, $2.14
$2.75 each. Lovely Plastic Raircoats. In
many charming shades for ladies. Plastic
Umbrellas at $).55. Thani Bros. Pr. Wm
Henry Street 23.12.50—1n





STOCKINGS—Chifon and Nylons in



beautiful shades and qualities from 61c
a pair. Thani Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry
and Swan Streets Dial 3466. Opened
till 5 p.m, to-day 23,12.50—1n

THERMOS FLASKS-—1 pt. Flasks. Ar
ideal Xmas Gift, 31.40 each. Th Bros



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and| st-a_ wall

The application of Louis Wharton of
Pinfold Street, St. Michael, for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Mait Liquors, &c.,
and wooden
Pinfold Street, City

Dated this 2ist day of Deve
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed JAMES WHARTON,
for Applicant.
application will be con-
icensing Court to be held

ber 1950.

N.B.—This
sidered at a



Tenders must cover all requirements of the Schools during the
trade mark can be seen on application | periods mentioned above, and must be responsible for the milk being
December, | in good condition when it is supplied to the schools.

Tenders must be marked “Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder” and

must reach the Colonial Secretary’

any tender.
5th December, 1950.



APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE GRADE IN

CIVIL SERVICE
ATTENTION is drawn to a notice in the Official Gazette of the

18th of December regarding the examination to be held in connection
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of | with appointments to the new executive grade ($1,728—$3,456) in

the Civil Service.

It is expected that the examination will be conducted in four
sessions, each of which will begin at 8.00 a.m. and last not more than

90 minutes. The first session will
3rd January, 1951.



HIS EXCELLENCY the Goveérnor-in-Executive Committee has
appointed a committee with the following terms of reference:

“To examine the conditio:












7th May to 3rd August, 1951.





13.12.50—12n.

HOUSE—One Gabled roof house—
Pitch Pine 22 x 14 x 9, Painted in and
out. Glass-windows. Shedroof and
kitchen attached. Al condition, Apply
to Miss Irisene Lyte, Kirton Land, St.
Philip

16.12.4—2n

MODERN BUNGALOW _ overlooking
Golf Course. 3 Bedrooms, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Gallery, Garage and
Spacious games room underneath. Apply:
Gordon Nicholls. Telephone 8539,

23.12. 50—2n.

“PINFOLD HOUSE”, Pinfold Street,
with the land thereto containing 8,488
sq. ft. Excellent business site Apply:
G. L. W. Clarke & Co., Solicitors, James
Street. 23,12.50—6n

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QUEEN'S COLLEGE

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS B.W.1.

The Governors of Queen's College
invite APP! TIONS for the post of
HEADM » Which — will become
vacant in December 1950. The new
Headmistress will be required to take
up the appointment on Ist September
1951, Queen's College is a day secondary
school with 360 girls on the roll, and is
aided by Government funds, The school
has a good record for scholarship and
games and has a flourishing Girl Guide
Company, Sixth Form work reaches a
high standard; one scholarship and two
exhibitions were gained to Universities in
1950, There is also a Preparatory Depart-
ment.

The Headmistress who should possess
@ good Honours Degree of a_ British
University and a Teacher's Diploma or
Certificate will be required to devote
her whole time to the sehool and
promote out.of-class activities. The
salary offered is per annum, 5
percent of which is deducted as rent
for the unfurnished residence in the
school grounds which is provided for
the use of the Headmistress. The
Headmistress is not a Civil Servant,
but service is pensionable under th
Teachers’ Pension Act. No contribu-
lions are payable but the minimum
qualifying period is ten years. Service
at Queen's College is counted as
qualifying under the English Teachers’
Superannuation Act.”

Passage expenses to Barbados not,
exceeding 2200 will be paid against
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long
ieave is granted every five years on
request but up to the present no passage
wvoney is available for leave

Applicants should forward a_ state-
ment to the Secretary, Governing Body
Queen’s College, C/o Department otf
Education, The Garrison not later than

3ist January, 1951, giving the follow-
ing particulars:
'. Date and place’ of birth.

2. Schools and University attended

3. Degree, giving subjects and class
obtained.

4. Post-graduate study, including
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate
(if any).

5. Teaching experience § with
and positions held.

6, War Service (if any).

7. Participation in out_of-elass activi-

ties.

8. Games reeord.

9. Administrative @xperienee (if any!
10. Medical Certificate of fitness
ll. Copies of three recent testi-

monials.

12. The names and addresses of tw

referees,

The statement and a recent photo
graph of the applieant should be
ettaeched to a covering letter of appli
cation. 23.!2,50—2n

dates

Schools.

ember, 1951.
1952.
prices. duty free, and the milk

rage fortnightly consumption will

s Office not later than 12 o’clock
1951.

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probably be held on Wednesday,
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ns in the port area in regard to

the loading aiid landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic, |
wharfves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their |

regulation and improvement.”
2. The Committee invites pe

building in| to give information orally and in writing.

organisations should communicate
Secretary, Mr.
January, 1951.

3. It would be of considerabl
copies of all memoranda could be

;

!

rgons and organisations interested |
All such persons and!

with or send memoranda to the |

F. J, Odle of the Labour Department before 15th |

e benefit to the committee if eight

supplied,

4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as pos-

at Police Court, District “A on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January, 1951 : etd
ut In eelodk, aap.) : sible and it is hoped that anyone
H. A. TALMA mation will not hesitate to make it
Police Magistrate, Dist .
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who can give any relevant infor-
available to the committee
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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Due
Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “DEFENDER” London 7th Dec. 8ist Dee.
8.S. “COLONIAL” Glasgow 9th Dec. ‘25th Dec.
8.8. INVENTOR” ., .. Liverpool 10th Dee 24th Dec,
S8.S. “MULBERRY HILL” London 28rd Dec. 8th Jan.

S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool 24th Dec 7th Jan,





HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

Vessel For
“SPECIALIST” London

For further information apply to - - -
DACOSTA & CO., LTD.-—Agents

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

GENERAL (OPEN) IMPORT LICENCE
THE attention of the public is drawn to a notice—GENBRAL
(OPEN) IMPORT LICENCE—which appeared in the Official Gazette
of the 18th of December, 1950, setting out a list of commodities whict
can be imported without import licences excépt from the countries
mentioned in the said notice,
18th December, 1950,

Closes in Barbados

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POST OF HOUSEKEEPER, MATERNITY HOSPITAL

Applications are invited for the post of Housekeeper, Maternity
Hospital, Bank Hall, which will be vacant on February Ist, 1951.

2. Duties include the supervision of Domestic Staff, preparation

of meals, checking of stores and laundry. The Housekeeper will work
under the immediate and direct control of the Matron,

3. Salary is at the rate of sixty-four (64) dollars per month
and an allowance for uniform,

4. Applications should be submitted to
Hospital, not later than January 10th, 1951,

the Matron, Maternits



NOTICE

TOKEN IMPORTS FROM THE USA.

Importers are hereby notified that the list of items published, for
Which audited statements are requested for imports from the U.S.A..
during the years 1946 to 1948, is amended as under

Delete: —-Machinery

Raw Materials.
Add: -—Cigarettes, Minerals, Earth Pigment, Rayon Fabrics, Rayon
Cotton Cotton Shirts, Electric Fans,
Radio Apparatus, Freezers & Parts, Electrical Household

Washing Machines, Manufactured Plastic Products, Office
Appliances & parts, Industrial, Chemical Flectric House-
hold Refrigerators

Dresses, Dresses,

(Sed.) F. A. BISHOP,
Comptroller of Supplies.

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VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA

APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant posts of Senior Mas-
ter, Dominica Grammar School. The schoo) roll at present numbers
150, and courses will be offered up to the Higher School Certificate
Examination of Cambridge University.

2. Qualifications, Applicants for these two posts should hold
a University degree and be qualified to teach (1) English, History and
Latin, and (2) Mathematics. ;

3. Salary. The posts are pensionable The salary scale is
$1,920 by $120 to $2,400. A cost of living allowance of ten per cent
of salary is also payable, Consideration would be given to appoint-
ing suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with their
qualification and experience

4 Quarters, Quarters are provided

5 Leave, Leave is earned in aceordance with local regulations
and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages.

6. Passage on first appointment. The officer’s passage on first
appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children
of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow
him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment.

7. Conditions of service.
Régulations and local General Orders.



not

Applications stating the applicant’s age, qualifications and teach-
ing experience, and indicating the earliest date on which he could

assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator, Dominica.

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Will be given by
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On Christmas Bank-Holic
26th December, 1950 i
(day & night)

At WINTER GARDEN CASINO,
Greens’ St. George
ADMISSION; 2/-

Music by ARNOLD MEAN WEL
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NOTICE

The WOMEN’S SELF HELP
: will be closed on
THURSDAY, 21st. at 12 a.m.
and will be open on
SATURDAY 23rd,
until 3.30 o'clock

Consignors are also asked to

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

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PAGE TEN







ONE OF THE WINNERS



DR. C. G. MANNING, who with Eric Taylor, won the Doubles Championshi

Geof. Manning.

‘M.C.C. Skittle Out
Australia For 194



Dr

EB. P

(From Our Own Correspondent) Patte
MELBOURNE, Dec. 22. 4 in

ENGLAND has done it again. The Australians have been aay
routed for 194 runs and the winning of the game rests Yach

with England’s batsmen in Brisbane.

yp of the Yacht Club Tennis
Tournament yesterday, is seen here as he tries a backhand volley to his opponents Peter Patterson and

Manning, Taylor

Champions

In Yacht Club Games

Cc. G. Manning and Mr

Taylor beat Mr. P. McG.
rson and Mr. G. H. Manning
6—3, and 9—7 in the Men’s
les (Finals) tennis which was
4 at the Royal Barbados

t Club yesterday.

The results of Thursday's Tennis



a ae _ are as follows:-—
mecently England's bowlers did Mixed Doubles
a similar job but rain interfered e re id Mrs. E. P. Taylor beat
and the game which began so Jamaica Police Win hee Dp. Wood and Dr, C "G. Man-
es np? eee lost ning 2—-6, 6—4, 6—3
there is little likelihood o' ° ‘ = aie ‘ ees ) :
rain neutralising the enormou Rifle Competition Miss I Lene sa ant Bi ekog
advantage which the bowlers have Sone Oe ee os 3
oRce again secured LONDON, Dec, 22 and Mr. V Hutson 6—I, © Pee
Despite their heartbreaking The Jamaica Police won the ‘The next set of games will ae
luek in losing Compton at such a Caribbean Colonies Police Forces played on Wednesday, December!
critical period of the tour, the Shooting Competition for 1950 for 27. On that afternoon pile 1 Lan:
Englishmen are well on the way the second successive year, it was egan and Mr. G. H. Manning will
me their first victory sinc: nounced by the National Rifle meet Mrs. R.S Bancroft and Mr.
1 i ssociation here today P. McG. Patterson in the Mixed
Doubles
Bedser’s—A_ Colossal The Jamaica Police obtained a
Performance total of 634 points out of 672

mfortably beating their four
other opponents 3ritish Guiana
Police were second with 607 points
Barbados Police third with 607
(British Guiana had scored high-
est points at 500 yards), Trinidac
Police fourth with 577 points, and

Most credit goes to Alec Bedser
His was a colossal performanc«
From his first over of the day hy
took control of the game with the
best piece of swing bowling I havc
ever seen. Experiencing the nov-

elty of bowling upon a pitch which ; va. Afth and 631
afforded him pace ve lift he set ; ciush Honduras Police fifth an
1 with 567 point
about the job enthusiastically and The Jamaican Police have no
quickly demoralised the opposi hei eA Par
tion. von the trophy 10 times during ¢ ,
the 12 years that the competition 61 1
In his second over of the day has been held a9
he had Morris reach forward de 5
fensively and tickle an ovtswinge lop ers were two Jamaicans T
Ww, _ gave Hutton an easy catch Corporal Morris and Sergean
at fine slip. That early loss had Farcuharson with 82 points from J tes sa “aii +
the Australians wondering « possible 90 Temperament tests for _
whether they had really been canis for Be oy eps hoe
lucky in winning the toss. The captain of the winning proposed at the Na Dir rae ay
Harvey arrived and Bedser team was Assistant Super- Congress here by the Seanclaiiot
weleomed him by putting three jntendent Middleton who with the National # ie. oie
balls clean through his defence. the eight shots receives a silver of | Mental Health le- 88 _
ae, outswingers just beat the ) ,edal in addition to the challenge oe mere intelligence tests we!
oO ump and an inswinger moved nia) futile. ‘
in too far for a leg-before appeal eee: -~(C.P).
Although Harvey played several -—-- ——: ee



scoring shots brilliantly, he never was much faster than the Austra-

looked like overcoming Bedser's {jan pitch has been this season
spirited bowling. On such, batsmen can play shots
The big fellow (Bedser) won attractively and bowlers of abil-

the battle with the aggressive jty can make batsmen realise that

left-hander when a proposed lex jonours of the game are inter-
glance went awry and Evans took departmental after all.

a magnificent catch chest high on it was an excellent pitch and
the leg side. England’s batting to-morrow will

Not satisfied with his brilliant But theirs
burst of bowling, Bedser grabbed
a catch from Archer at second
slip that was almost awe inspiring

be tested considerably

is the job.
SCORES :

Austratia Ist Innin

Archer got a thick tickle on Archer ¢ Bedser b mee y 4
ball from Bailey and the catch Morris ¢ Hutton b Peder 42
went wide of Bedser at second Miller I.b.w. b Brown 18

Hassett b Bailey
Loxton e¢ Evans b_Close
b Bailey

slip. Bedser lurched
threw out his right h:

sideways,
nd and the



Lindwall 1.b.w



ball stuck fast. It was a morale ‘fajlon not out
breaking and match’ winning 1. Johnson c¢ Parkhouse b Bedser 0
effort W. Johnston ¢ Hutgon b Bedser 0
f Iverso ail
He was ably supported by Bai- “fF Soe ri 210 6

ley, who has improved each :
match this tour. The wiry Essex Total ve
man bashed them down on length
and was prepared to bow] until 4
the sun went down.

Fall of wicket 6.
192, 8-—193, 9

93, 5—177, 6

177, 7

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Hassett Fought Back Soe. ae a
The only Australian sufficiently Baile 171 5 0 84
equipped to meet the Bedser on- Bedse: ee ar
slaught on fairly level terms was Wieeent Bese) ae
Hassett. His complete absence Close f Pages

of backswing and his clever use
of the dead bat allowed him to
keep the ball down when Bedsei
bowled to three short legs and
two slips.

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Indian Universities Hold
Commonwealth To A Draw

CALCUTTA, Dec 22
England was unlucky _ that The Indian Universitie ved
Wright had an atrociously bad ‘heir match against the Com-
day. ‘Yried from each end in monwealth touring cricketer
turn he could not refrain from today when a draw resulted
bowling short, and he allowed the The Universities were all out in
batsmen the only respite they their first innings for 195 and
had all day Had he bowled as so hed to follow on being 154
he did in Brisbane where he was runs behind the Commonwealth
the most impressive bowler of total of 349 for 9 declared
either side, Australia would be in In their second innings the
a worse position than the highly Universities easily saved the
dangerous one they are in now game scoring 205 for 5 before
Pitch Was Fast sIstumps were drawn at the closc
The low score implies that theffof the three days match
piteh was sporty. It was not. 1h —RKeuter

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Poor at Salvation Army
Headquarters, Reed Street
—9.00 a.m.

Golf and
Country Club, Reckley
Eighth series of First Divi-
sion games commence and
eleventh series of Second
Division games end—play
starts 1.00 p.m. }
Dance at Aquatic Club, Gar-
rison—9.00 p.m. \
Dance, Club Morgan, Clap-
ham—9.00 p.m

Xmas charity show and
Dance, Marine Hotel, Has~
tings—9.30 p.m

Midnight shows at all cine-
mas

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.13 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.46 p.m.

Moon (Full): December 24
Lighting: 6.00 p.m
High Water: 2.48 a.m., 12.10
rom
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington);
35 ins,

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.41 ins,

‘femperature (Max.): 815° F

Temperature (Min.): 71.5° F

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,
(3 p.m,) E.N.E,

Wind Velocity: 10 miles per

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Sunday. 24th December, 1956 by Dorsay
700 am. News (BBC); 7.15 a.m
wWisic for Sunday; 7.31 a.m. Voice or
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9.00 am, The Pilgrim Hour; 9.32 a.m
| Close Down; 11.00 a.m. Programme Par-
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a.m. Variety of Records; 12.00 noon—
"News; 12.15 p.m. Frankie Howerd; 12.45
p.m. Sweet Singing in’ the Choir; 1.00
| par Showers of Blessing; 1.15 p.m.
| Radio “Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Sunday Ser- INTOXICATION
|,wice; 2.00 p.m. BBC NEWS; 2.15 p.m
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| Canada; 330.*p.m. Christian Brotherhood







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Hour; 4.00 pun, BBC; News; 4.15 p.m,
Starring Partners; 4.30 p.m. Sunday Half
Hour and Epilogue; 5.00 p.m. Canadian
Message Party; 5.30 p.m. Bringing Christ
to the Nations; 6.00 p.m. Donald Peers;

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630 p.m. Altra Children's Christmas
Programme; 6.45 p.m. Interlude; . 7.00
om. BBC News; 7.15 p.m. Caribbean

Voices; 7.45 p.m. Your Music and Mine;
8.00 p.m, Paul Wilkin: Show; 9.00 p.m.
Music for Worship; 9.30 p.m. Carols -
King's College; 10.00 p.m. BBC News;
10.15 p.m, Close Down;

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645 am, Christmas Greetings from
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Band — Queen's Park; 8.00 a.m. The
First Nowell; 8.15 a.m, Cathedral Organs;
8,30 am. The Queen Elizabeth Enter-
| tains; 9.00 a.m. Music for Christmas;
|}9.15 am. U.S.A. News; 9.30 a.m, Ken-
tucky Minstrels; 10.00 a.m. Christmas
| Journey; 1100 a.m, Christmas Message—
| H.M. King George VI; 11.15 a.m. Wilfred
Pickles Christmas Party; 11.45 a.m.
| Christmas Message Archbishop of
Canterbury; 12.00 noon — BBC News;
| 12.15 p.m. Christmas Day with Richard
| Murdoch and Kenneth Horne; 12.30 p.m.
Listeners Choice; 1,15 p.m. Radio News-
reel; 1,30 p.m. Christmas Day Service;
2.00 p.m. BBC News; 2.10 p.m. Christmas
Bells; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m.
The Virginians; 3.00 p.m. Variety Band
Box Christmas Edition; 400 p.m. BBC
News; 415 p.m. Do You Remember?
4.30 p.m. Christmas Half Hour; 5.00 p.m.
Listeners Choice; 5.15 p.m, Programme
Summary and Interlude; 5,30 p.m. The
Storyteller; 6.00 p.m. Request Time; 6.30
p.m. The Angel with the Cold Nose; 7.00
p.m. BBC News; 7.10 p.m. Interlude; 7.15
p.m. First Light Fraser; 7.30 p.m. Dr.
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11.15 a.m, Luneh Time Music; 12,00.neon
—BBC News; 12.15: p.m, Interlude; 12.30
p.m, Ist Race—Trinidad; 12.35 p.m.
Northumbrian Barn Dance; 1.10 p.m. 2nd
Race—Trinidad; 1.30 p.m. Tip Top Tunes;

| 1.60 p.m. 3rd Race—Trinidad; 2,00 p.m.
| Lideh Studio Melodies; 2.30 p.m, 4th
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Music Parade (Cont'd.); 5.00 p.m, Inter-
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Songs by Joe Stafford; 9.45 p.m. Voices e t BSe naw q y
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the Dealers and Customers to return empty bottles
and cases, we regret that we have been compelled,
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they will. not return “empties” until they are sup-
plied with “fulls”. We have also heard that many
householders have a number of empty cases and
bottles which they cannot get collected. As a tem-
porary measure, we would be prepared to receive
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T PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE sATI-RUAY. DM EMBEE O, gahib galling J UDGING from the dsdarieui menus I hira seen at the various hotels and clubs, there should be no lack o[ good food obtainable for those who want to dine out tonight u> Mart the holiday season After dinner there if kba Chrtgl nuts Show at the Marine Hotel, organised by Norman Wood whirl) begins nl I N p m This will be followed b> dgnring. mu plied by the Police Band Meanwhile at the Barbados Aquattr Chib there is s dunce which will feature a Potato Dnnrr. Balloon Dances, and a Spot Walt* Of course there it dancing ut Club Morgan every nlghl including Christmas Eve and Now Year's Eve etch of which Hill year falls on a Sundav At the Marine on Christmas Ere there Is a roast beef dinner 'ollowed by danrins, and on •^hrkfemas Day thev are serving afternoon tea in the ballroom lrwit" s j Day too there I* % %  danre at the Crane Hotel I.C.T.A Profettor R_ AMD MRS. CHARLES LYNN and their daughter Sylvia arrived from Trinidad on Thursday to spend ten days in Barbados. Mr. Lynn is a Prole" sor of Agriculture at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture They are guests at Cacrnbank The Lynn* have been living in Trinidad for about on* year With T.L.L. A NTIGUAN born Om Sutherland accompanied hv his wife are in Barbados for %  noUday and are flaying with the Hatches in St James. Mr Sutherland H with T.L.L. in Poiiue-a-Pierre. and ha* been living in Trinidad for about eighi Vf !i AN ,lHS lvl JACK and inchdstugllb M Here For < hrntm.i* K EDWARD rte rHElTAS. B.B.C. Radio Programme sATUBBsT. rale n. issa 1am The Stow*. 1U S4H. HS) AMlMM: 1 11 am. CtaM Down II MM •aM: lllsm inivad from ;,"",. r "''in*'**?'Huilf*"* >i BO yesterday afternoon by wrlud. (Jt p.m. Rarins 'RMUIU. ... BWIA accompanied by his son P" ISMU. N...I. ta %  A.# Paul Mrs de Freitas. whose % "* ^J^ U "J p £-?*mJlZZ*' , Mrs E 5 Burrowes, ,t WM u |-kmt nmi Rv: jlreadIn Barbados Tbey are *M ,, m Bong. IKHR the She*, ill <.ta%hu svith the Burr <• was until am ita-i htin>i> i pm as—w pg1 i Ihf latdv float g H.vw-w.S pm The •-• *'* *"f Imas for BO J£££* ^^ull^^cw? fcal R G 'a Colonial Treagurar v %  Pr ia gBwawie rr-d-: i •.-. ssuay -V^f \vT. iiK f r ' Pass i Bsgi s -.^ AuMr.ii. !" a.-J ETON. AND MRS E F U)i V .„ p.,,, TMM |, mad ,.* JTl MrllAVID arrived from PC V-nsMsi AsW: 1 pm. The Naarsi I.* lo spend Christmas in Barbados %:£^ p l?^VZ£mTlr. here for Iwo weeks and r>, ^ umiiiiii sss pm The lo** are staying at Edgrwater Hotel, *,.. t pm Mm ip in* t\wt-Jn; D m. The Mr McDavid iColonial Trea* u t ? r *" ] ..ret m HO g *?..'"" Al A I 'M • l.l H 4 l.\i:>l* (MemcairtOnly) MATINEE. TOItAt at 5 aim. roRBGstl PO rClisMI NKiHT *l i.Jg \\.iisw*r Bern*. New Picture ihowbi far the HtM Time In Barbade*: •ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING" %  "tarring MIl.TtlN RKIti I — VlROINI* M\VO wild KITH IIOMW — BERT 1-AIIE ,\ qi HsBmai '_n.i Director of A(riculturc V|l( AND MRS EDWARD W l.EACM we torn Oai lng from Trintdad yestarday morning by B W.I A to spend eleven days at Caeiabank Mr Leach i< th ptractoi "I Agriculture I •lad Then young duught' M ,! MR. EDWARD dFREITA1 rnv ed from BO. yostergsy with bis -on Paul to a ..< • %  —-"*" %  %  """ "m vn nw" PgajH BNHHM Tin* ajsjannira >—A M.a.nai" %  >• %  VARPgN IP DONT GAMBLE WITH STRAMiMS — and — Sidney TOI.KR M OssM rll l I HAN m DARK ALIBI" MIGHTY .nil Moor*: Bi*t> Johntl A< "INDIAN AGENT %  pmHAflNri THE BARRICADE ^ CHINA DOLL 8. MARIIIM. STREKT v OPEN FROM A.M TO SV'NDAV MORNING M l! CECIL WOOD left for the I U.S. on Thursday via AnJ and Puerto Rim by B.W.I.A b) of Agriculture and Mrs nrtlred from Trinidad veste.-day morning by B W I A to spend Christmas with his family He expects to be here until January 2nd. Mr. Skeete i* the Asststnnt Serretary to the B.WISA win headquarters In TrinMad. Hotel Royal Patted Exams Wedding M R. CLAUDE RAMSAY, mi of Mr. H D Ramsay. Senior *> Clerit of the Department of Setti ence and Afirlrulture and Mr* Ramsay, was msrried on Wednesday to Miss Gabriellc Dowrieh. daughteT of Mr. R. B. Dowrieh. r former Headmaster of All Saints' BoTi' School and MM. Dowrieh. v at St. Mary's Church The cere,, mony was conducted by the Rev. Fr K. A. B. Binds Jtcqueune reAurnsM ,l 1 ,om ,hote yaaterday by BWIA Mr *)* %  Jk U Managing MfMlOt ->• A' 1 "* 1 rtv -'; ,|lh 1 l !" r " " W. S Robertson A < I ;" s hr '•<d to join his JVrnando. Regular visitors ,0 !" ."i !" % ,h ssmc tlm hp here, they have many ftk-mb, in %  '" 'udv law. skesti BilI Ul(fos The> arerc %  tajing l bince March the Hole) Royal V| lss THERESA GOMEZ who ITI hag baan staying in Barbados with Mr and Mrs. J. C. Humnhrey of St 1-connrd's Avenue. 3. BRUCE MARSHALL Ince M.mh iMrVM In Trinidad Secretary lo Uie Uram-h to-day. She is the daughter of Mnmigcr II W I A tells me that Mr. and Mrs Cecil Come* of her husband has pMMd. all hi I'ui t-nf-Spuin examinations In England, where Canndinng in B.G. ho was studying 'Optics -, „ AN ,, MRS ,. MPCART |N It is ex|ecte.l that Mr. Miir-hali Bfl M" laSik i got It < %  IS I .mi a iJo* rnet • maKB aien. ia II aud 7 Do*" nacre*. . Nr,i 1^!. llilI i. cibei H : IJk A iptnnrr m.L mjllSDle lor ui< Slli. il l U.i"' v not* Hi M ."hllOMIi. 1*1 . in — "t it cha aaa.

i-v I W 1 \ dress was kept In place by rows Mone t>noult and M and her bouquet was of radlnnrr Maddy Dtstoll Mrs Ernnuli rosei and gerberas daughter Mn Sartot In Barbados on holiday with hei Bestaian was Mr. Oliver V daughter ami ihe\ are all u.-.l Chandler. The reception was held nl the Hastings Hotel. Ther. at Wldlehall. W llt lw quite a French family gatherlni; there fr Chntiin-. Another arrival from Martinique ,_ rtth Cwom LM.'n IteM-arcl. ,,,'of to Air.n Alrwij. " "iK, ffi',' T ssyy ^'. A noVrSij; G o. c AH... jgMh ^JIT"" (.LI family In Hlndsbury H<..i i>KiGAUIKH E K. PAGE, ror *•+** MOllda> ... ... 15 <;< CariMwga rotfiH, and Vf 1 *COLIN WEEKES. one of rraYVelling Auditor Mr5 PaH lllliv d rran Trinidad i w the Customs Officers at Seave&tcrdav hv B.W.I.A. Col. well, was among the passengers M R. AND MH& CEKAl.D de Mi r j,elin'. OC "Local Forces. Ueut loavlnc for Il.C yesterday afterrRElTAS left for Trinidad colonel J ConrafU. O.C Barbados noon by BWIA He has gone yesterday morning by B W I A KeiaiucnL Major M L l> flkgwag on a short holiday Mr. Louis B.C. Timber Tk^gR CHRIS MORLKY and Mr M\l where triey will spend Christmai CosT, Adjutant, Barbadtta RegiVta*** who Is^on the staff of the i.nt and Stnff Officer. Local Forces, were il Seawell to meet them. Mr. delTtitas Singer Sewlr TraveUlng Aw of Singer Sewing Machine Auditors. Rupert's Autumn Primrose -40 Barbados Hardware, wa^ another passenger on the name plane Louis expects to be away thi xi-I •ekn. Xmas Festivities THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB (Members Onlyi DINNERS will be served in the Ballroom THIS EVF.N1NU (SATURDAY) between 1 and g o'clock PRICE S2&0 VERY SPECTAL MENU DANCINO from 10 . to |>„l no Dime. Ifalli -. Dai • %  mid Spot Walts, for which Prtten will bs given ^ Tlcksta 2/gffJgassssssslBsssBsssI Holiday Festivities Start TIKMI.IIT at m ; Ujrf inni M th* hou* h* % %  • %  •• satis bsdwi. I hint. ha** !-%  n eddg thai I ih*Wf Uigot sdaM rw "*"* **•"* l ** : gaj," hf bugha"No* ihu in* t-rden hst gHr pal nghl I hora keep sou • si .-.. Bl bHt, r E.r iiiniiri Mnrn*n4M OPEN '!• HOIKS A DAY MRMBBM CLfB N.\l :NTINIors ENTERTAINMENT I III:' M .IM M I THE NIGHT HATS* BALLOONS!? NOISEMAKERR!!! I 8 TO GREET THE V NEW YEAH gfc IHssner M&O K M.ini.SI.00 H Members havHj V, Oln„,,B GLOBE I III \ I IU To-4>>. 9.3(1 Bin. — KIDDIES' MATIVKi: "EYES OF THE UNDERWORLD" To-day Ml and 8.30 and Continuing over the Holidays; DEN OF A THOUSAND THIEVES I. RENDEZVOUS FOR ROMANCE! Reservat: will be assb ed of the tables thrrughou die 11.Kh: Please make reaervaUosss early— I H.I teae Cordial Qreetings TII nil Our < .i iMiini mil KripniK Wc Kxlrnd BEST Trnrnss . lor . A BAIR CIIKISTMAS . And .. A PROSI'KKOUS . And . PKACKFUI. NEW YEAR • ; I Hi: IIAISif VIMIS rO-OI'F,H.\TIVK rOTTON FAI "VOHI I. III. 'aw 9NE* tmmmum jmmum MUGLUOO '. KAIMMNE OUNHAM ** %  *•,' -^ To-nil ( i 8..W — Extra Allracllnii THE KATZENJAMMERS %  J? W 'l •aaT 1 1 *"* I I lllllll Smmm RHVl AKF DFP XRTMF.NT — Trlrphon nfWMMHBRBMMKKKHMMHril MIDNITE SHOW — TONITE GET HEP TO LOVE (Gloria Jean and Donald O'Connor) And SIN TOWN (Constancy Benncl and B tOthi M l CHwfbMQ Sve your '.. TICKETS TONITE and win 2 lively II.imp. •



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r PAf.F SIX BABBADOS ADVOCATE BATOBDAY, PKCt.MBKK Si. I5 DON'T READ THIS WfcNNA tamoUa \ irunor aairolu. IM Arnold (.run. In an UHll riifttotn. prrdtrled U. JI karea would rod in rompromisr bul Ihr world %a in JIII il (or a tiu mi war 111 IHjJ The Utu-Umr I'rraidrni ol the lirnsa SorlelT uf AMrologiiU -..ni tin war. and Ita aftrrmaUi. would laal It tar and raid ID a 'Pyrrhic tnUtrv' lur Ue lulled Main Gron who. ordtnartl> doea not [ir-ii. t event* morr than our fear ahead. lolJ Inlrrnalional Vrw Servirr thai %  MM hMIMI at thU tlmr 0MWMB1 uiifni-.ukable atlldeIi. Mli rvriiU well ial I'l.liM. .1 hiihliiliU aa ob• %  md h> QtW A Irnse IM1 followed by Knaaian lovaaiofi of Western GcraWMI tor I ol Urn In* *ra*. II will M-I off a worl.l em Mi., in win.li there will he. virtuall* no neutral conn trie* fW Mom bomb will be n"td. but no* with 'romplele" efleellvenr"* RawU'i I'I'IMMI Stalin will be dead I" Ilir ***! riul .11 !•-(.: |l,r liulid SUlf. will wind up willi a S-Uli.) •MWW ( omtnunUm will !>• %  irpl.ii.it MuKiiflioiil the -.' .irill by Hi.. mild farm of Snelallaja' GroB. who has pre-dded OTM Ulc Vienna Httrirtv Miiee 19*7. ajvca Ihb. nation b nation aecaiunt for the next I mnntha: i n't.' i sutra — fhr AdmintatratiM vrlll rontinur H make raplUl mlatakM" Ual >. rntUJll) will lead tt to war with Kuaala. Korea Slated to be the \ i. Um n( an Ameriransin>niirrd romprnmlae that will I. ivf North Korean* in %  irtii.il inn trnl r..rm.a — To be abandoned h\ the We*t. (liiaiiK Kal-Khek will HM !• %  Wrslrrn refuie. Indo-China The French will be ousted with the ex .. pllor, of a few i.--i...ldalong the eoaal Civil war will contlnur deta>U* Vlsiii 'in control. I % %  : I I U 1 :M China. Kaalern turope In line for atrlcler control under ftuatia. aiming for the war hi 19K2 Wr*tem Furnpe — The uuarreH.ni over rrannament will not end until it "la almost loo ite Gron. who m hU una1 %  I oar meditation to rarh procnoatlrallon. wai ton Intel ved with arrioa* poUtlr* to lorn to Hrhler llemo such at> women'* faahlon*. "I in at a loan. ad *o %  re the tars. to predict What women will weir even neirt m"nh hr said %  '*.nv MtratMM who pre lendla he ihlr In foref-M rh* Liite of women h> ellhrr %  nna'k nr i-Ue he I* ptillln* HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay ... M v C I H H v' n i" Hri t-a> New %  AdaUm>. sch PMUp H anoa.'i i *. pkyl Mr*. •* Brl.l %  et Han laBa •' %  Be*. IJrufc.a II. M Ion* net Cap) Ha>na> from Martin tqu* Moloc *ch J,ilni M lona nei. Tpt UarllnMM. Irpm 1 Uwta Uv l>"rHi. •* ioo aat. C*pi l> Coir.,, from St Vlnrenl Jfch Kunnfiine It. B torn net Copt Barn* In" Martinique %  laul srti r, WflH UOV£ fRDMA-LL IN ... M las* %  ••' %  II r. Hoiltn. St lot., net. Capt r SI 1 Vti W 1. rni.i.1. M Mm iwt. Capiiiimlnic Bth Maodalay 11. JB ion. „\ %  ,i' L-oodllK > %  %  •eh Timothy A H Vanaluytman Tl %  aaj i.o t JM sui.i. i..i BrlUah Oolaoa In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station Aicoa Pllarim. % %  Worm*. Kile r.rt Arnhri.t %  • B.atll.HI-M.iB • %  Arnycni. .. Baal. •• roum %  M*i In Or Ido-rlnaaja: %  • i. Am.taea.mi aa HiiMalaml. •• Larura i* Bmpraaa Of Bcntlann 8 B ftoaa. it Biil •4tiii ir >> Piifllki: %  ColUca; *.* ti' r • %  Colonial. % %  IWIri.dii. r.....bljnc,. .. Ionian Pioneer; a. f Jin, •• Naahb.ilh. ti rrt Aaakcrai •> 9oion TniTnan: aa. CanaSeawell riom TRINIDAD Kennrth Miller. Hemic. Wilaon. Oari flmall Oexirae Thompaon. Han y I (i*r: Pedi Mavner: W V Wllft.ire Aylmr. Illj.il> bfarlln, William Bovd. um lailharo; Freotrlca Eaalnam: llornando Ontiale). Carmen GOUM'I Ckl l.intinv rhm.-ntnide l.ininr_ s> Ivi., I.vim. CrtarMa I.yrin Marfolir T^nn; Cvl HackaVI. Ci*.ud..l>.i HaoloM ll.ial May IV Ma-brlCa. Rtwiemarv Si.therlana i.-.,raHutnarUuin -|.m MAQUET1A r*ul raa. Pranti* Poa, Joaeph •Otto aVhrnldll. Natallna Schmlall. BOM BerimMU: Nlralla Sohmldll i Amloetrtll; Rla Klnn. Oonii r -INS Re Warned You FUu> "lewl. But'. Plan!. Wllll..m %  wlBio.-k Mamairi Iwlnneck, Mirn Jonet Eleanor Gonralr*. Fled Gold. Stbnudi. DMMUI MaVb All-rto Hoieuki Carman t> HotifB. rranK t> Vniaa Arthlbakt Marnv Tlenor Bovd. Major Bud From KT I.UC1A John Walton. C*Hlieilnr W.illoi,. Fftlr Barne>. ONeal Rarrar. Anil. Ol nrau. P-idedt-k SUwaft, May ateu. rrera MABTrNlQlT Marie Ernnult; Mad DuboU. Our UlHH.aui)e. OuaUvr taatBMlU, Vve. Utiee. Gliietpr UKee I3H. Cuinber patcfa, riom ANTIGUA Kel.n.,1. Web.tr • riinlce Inor Fiom GRENADA: <>rll Cia*lord. Florence Mope. ColIW Hope. B.-t.. Hope Car I Vie Hope. Vie Hup.' Weat JacNman nrrARTi*BKs uu w i A i. llilMHAD Oliver Stani Ht wanted to go on working for the Co/onies Apart from the tributes to his Kreat p-ipulanty in the How • tf Commons, Press comment in tinUnited Kingdom in the passing of the former Secretary of State for the colonies, Colonel Oliver Stanley, emphasises thai the wpl k which appealed to him most in hn Parliamenury career was that associated with the Colonies. He wk* in charac of the ColonRoyal Aurnt In 1945 ami tn i lal Ofncv for the comparatively ( been Ihe foundation of BrltL n %  hurl period of 1V42 to IMS, [ colonial pollcT for the Insi five liuvmjc left the Army to take up years" lb* post at the request of Mr Other tribute*, of the Pre Churchill, in those three year*, have centred on Mr. Stanley's However, he nut only Xounded. "polished humour'* us the inuflcrn Colonial policy, in such "Scotsman" put it. meiiMirea us the Colonial Uelevop-' More than one paper recall -.iciit and Welfare Act. bul I his comment on the Laboal continued till his death to take Government's >atrm af •lie livellcBt interest in Colonial I wht • hr _.1..J the Governmeiil ^ffaiw. As Peterboroufn, the "Dnl'y Telegraph" columnist note* In nil tribute "He (Stanley) used to Mty that in whatever office h* nuRlit be icivvfi he wouu* ask nothing beater than to go on wit) Ihe work for the Colonies he hart begun In the war years." But other things were prophesied for him had he lived Standing third in the Consvrv live "shadow Cabinet" (nexl in Mr. Anthony Eden), M afll dlroniily tipped for the must important poal of Chancellor o( the Exchequer, should the Conservatives win the nexl election The 'Time-." recall* Stanley words on asaumutg uflice :iColonial Secretary in 194Z. Ho dacUred that it would be hu aim in foster political dcvelopinetu. raise the -itonderd of living in Hi. coloniea, i>rovlde adequate social' P^5iervices and ensure a tqusrc deal lo the different Liberal Handshake' SYDNEY: Uoeral Party organiser Dougla^ Date, of Sydney, i* clalmuig £7S for "injury received during ''">l.lo7lnent.' %  Injury. "Damagea ill* linger due to excessive haiitUhakinc.'' Hu party won the elections makBenmindi tl Is •Cmi" SERVANT OTTAWA Tribute to Walter Smith, n linng after 50 year?;' amiu the transporl department, included this from M. E Kenny, chief of office service"This man Ml H true civil servant. He never said, an uncivil word imd servire wo* his watchword —ten Hotels Come First unaaa Our Own Corrwapui.ae,,! PORT-Or-SPAIN. I~ High hopes for a good tourisi aeoaon for 1050—51 were entertained by Mr. Wilaon Minahali. Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Tourist Board, who returned to Trinidad a few da>. ago alter spending six monthviaiting the United Kingdom Europe. Canada and the United State, of America But Mr Minsh-.I1 declared that during his North American tour he discovered that it was common knowledge there, as In Trinidad that no serious development can iake place in this Colony so fai as the travel business goes until the hotel question has been studied and the problem of modern accomodatlon solved. Mr Mlnshall said while in UV CiLitni Kingdom he visited many Hinties and towns with an ey> '.ourist developmenl. He spent a'o days at the British Travei tioii in London Investlgattln-r methods which are oti ale Infinitely larger than Trinidad and Tobago. SHOULD KNEEL PROPERLY NEW MILLS, Derbyshire. England. P 1. Wcathrrhend wrote. in the pariah magazine that churchgoers are asked in the praverbook : to kneel down. "Nowhere." he says, "are we bidden lo -.louch upon our rear portion" _^^ MODERN SPEED GUELPH. Out Something new m ttU IM run' drivers cropped up here when motorist reported hi* parkea —; hid bfR Tfnicll by a horse and.wagon which failed to stop. Damage to the car was $5 —ICIM For \ belter ^ |tilily— Quufenfi every liiii) 5 S.r.-iB. Christmas Gift HOME: Italy's puwnshopa will restore free of charge all item* valued less than IS'which owners were unable to redet-m for cash—as a Christmas gift. Italian pawnshop. are guvcntracnt-coulrollcd and are not profit-making In Rome aloiie ov.r 2 000 paoplt will benellt Theotlore Vera. Olga Arortu e Vera. CarUia Wernei Nelly Wrir.er. arMlw t.im. Maria ArlalefouieU. Jawe AriaI. mieta I. r ANTIOVA: llll.e F.l--l0v tUniuel MrNabb. Afi i i Kmma Priaaer: Hull. Pomp. POf OIUENAnA Kirell Areher. Dora ibberaun. Anwtl Uamlay-St'l. Uer> D*rn-Strele: /iiiMin Dartilat.^SMale Haaan Baertiuir~ ST I-OC1A Valwyn. Doua-tn. w a iw>t> Mmlie Well*; Jine|tli Ai.d.ir,,. V.i.i>i naariainn l-d> violet Blew; John iidi laa 'l-'AK: Cmi W.iod: Oliver MvleSliurl Mc rarlaM, iiT,.cr MCrarlaiut) Cnritoa In each of the lemtorieV The paper refers to Stanley visits to West and East Africa in 1B42 to "edutnte himscli. and then says "No greater tribute can be paid to him in respect of the co.on.e-. than the knowlodgthat it was he who. in IW-S, introduced in the House of Commons, the Colonial Development mil Welfare 11,11. which provided a sum of llliOm for Hit Colonial Empire over ten years. Thin Bill, which he piloted through all stage*:, received the to icili-e thai ihey were ing a ccuniry i.l for Ncgr live in %  A So. i.ili*t 'I 1*. George %  i i % %  %  ..i. "No i nt iied Uy Slanles. done so wittily The -Timef" paih.i corrt-poncent described Stanl oa v • "Rt">'it >1 dcbSt* Czerlis Paf Lraw To Tiott ct PcMCC %  PRAf.UK. Dec 20. The Creehoslovak Notional AssemtlN today pasftcd a taw "fcr the protection of peace" Madame Hodinoua Spurnu. wlw headed thr CsechoskA-ak delegation to the Warsaw Btaet CM* that Crecliosinvakin r Took "her place with oHMff aMnlunilles! W' : t s ii o it % 3 IO-IIX I I..1U. 1.1.1 A s.:io p.m. und continuing daily 4.45 and U.3U pju. Era Special: The Musical Short "PIANO RHYTHM" with JAN AUGUST VLAZA THEATRE — /;/./HU/OH\ —— (NB. NO MATINEE ON XMAS DAY) BY B.O.AC. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.IJV. Brgular Mprcdli'fJ tvrnfe to Si ' % %  romfort Bftyc-ne Couutne* ou all an tll-[ „,],.,.,., B.OJLCS U-JMf cuuliueuta rurnua %  liul lew old i: ttM t-er jouruoya art too far. 'il taJta tad eipettanea. too long UET THESE btlONKI. STAY TllKKK bOMUEU I %  From Barbados lo i Plying Time I bj V I .V M| Mr. I-ondou j 1 Dmv IU, llr li.-l.lrr. r.il V.ekly J Also RagrUar Spaedl.lnl Sorvln| s-,ith America u B.O.A.C TAKES GOOD QABM fl'inle Ifir&mjii yotir local fl.O.>t.C. appointed Aprnf Who Tnakf% no elmrfl.' ocftitee. In/or in a I Ion or bookIdOf by A 9pctdMrd" lo six conttn.itts. %FLY BOAC Cjam L BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWA YS CORPOR ATION T.RITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED BnajaiMni OLYMPIC THEATRE TO-DAY and TO-MORROW 4.45 & 8.15 1st INSTALMENT REPUbLIC SERIAL And they Ik tht moon! 12 tiritag chapters about tk* most faHHiatiog %  > %  livadJ ill fJRRAYS MILK V STOUT L" EDINBURGH SCOTLAND MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS



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-Ml KDAY. IH ( I Mill U 23. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATK CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLCPHONE 2301 IilHi D4VI: ,,A -VI.IU-K TH \ HAVLS Hem. li.1. MIW, I.*IM1S Bid lift f .iieral w|ll l?ny* MM* re .X M las* afterCemetery > ita cudy*. Lev. llo^it_. CBrlliTlNA ADINA All OUSTTA. The finer*! l Hvn her law reelderrre at r.-.l Hill. St John M ' %  -1. %  en Hill ..iwi thence St. John 1 Etta. Charles %  Mldreni. IJ.U.SO%  IM'IIMI MMIIIs NOTICE l-\wi II OF SAINT JOBN VACCINATING CXNTRBtf' Villa Nova £ ** '' %  ••" %  •'•• Ss-an ea cT OlMluvr %  MlM. rwir RMi. Ahnatsoiis* frJLOt .•**• Co4rlaton College Mr. B L Hm aww. Maasi.ih street rgaret'. School, NNT Newcastle R. B. FHASKP. '". ComminioBfT. of Health Si John IN [OftUAM loving inrmmv ..I our dear b*lo\ed Her ANQEIJNA MAYNAHD. >tio raited la a higher respected nhere eve %  > tie*, ml,.: i|fa ram* a noUfl "• climb. Satly rioted her sleeping r-,e* i ta mastered arair be thine. I r., I.,..--.-.„b*red bv hri \ol family aim l" .ion. Ftd William*..i ijiiBi.tr Mavlann... II .1 nldrei. a u%s |g FatH BAa*. NoncF. The public are nolified th•pitlnwirt will lie rlq ed t_lng on Wedneeda,. DK aiaJ will not be opened unlll Tue-d January Bid 4*91. Fort Broil Car;., I Id B. P CIOODING. Ptftslai i it m-*, NOTICE CSBSttSt. I-.'." II,..., Mt**l • KlUaW ..' .v T..'. .... NOTICE iDreaamakersi b.. inlom* lhal thc> wil Sjluula i Deci-mbil F-** KENT rw.i NINI HOUSES WINSlxJWBlack | January. ro r ,„„,„ ****. D. A. Brown*. %  Gfe" FIAT — Al S*. Via.-. Upon Baa M MW:-<--t.l- M f„m, 3U. Jan.,-.. fully fUrnishe-l lo, y.nkTjla., m.f. Vina Pun* Jan. . b edroo m mvenlene-. A ppl ruio :.i SHAFT..:.; anuarv, tat further t-rllf ulan phi %  H I. C Robert. Government af.lUV-4 TANGUN Baaehmont. Bethsheto *?> ffcrury onwards, monthly c otherwise, i double aacbootn. with strwi, Slrnmon. h i M .gla, cu M r-. rB ^ dmlrn room and lour*. HeMf-Talor Am. HD.< UNFlUNBHfn HAT Al BRIAHFflXD with (larafe, Uwrt Coll.moff I. Bt Mlrhael. Dial Jan II Hi u > *-t" A-l condlUoti Apply: IVdoa Arei.cle* tld Bar a*Tt. Rinar Rvely,, MT. ; %  | i TRUCKS Two f I Wim itae lyiea, fiac by Trtvtor. Can b* raaian • "* Apply i U Truck, with i for carUnc canei een at Pouraquara Iff lt.-Tn ELECTRICAL RRPKIGERATOH One We.l, l4 riiii.aa and m Coldnpol Rrfriamior. ill Elec matar lit dood woikms order Owen T AIMer. Kfwhuck 'Urcet. Dial 3Bw. : %  v: M) ... NOTICE %  AIRTKEKPralH AVI> Mil K inforntatian that under the Dairv RegMlauona of 1MB. it I. required thai certlftcitlea lamed during 1*90. ba ur raiidaied to the ConunlaaHneri al Heallh durinl the month of January mi when r*-rad1umii| of the dalrlelor thai rear muat be done on or b*f<>- tinfifth day of January. Peraon. granted perinlta to dlapote pt lurptua milk, a In rig with milk iidi-iwho have obtan.M li.rmn. ara a required •., renew their i*m,ili |nd Form* nf application for icciatraUoo can be obUlned Irani the CommlUoneri of Health off St Michael. Sgd J. M. KIDNEY. rhalrman. CommlaaMnara of Health. St Michael afHttt Mrs. R Oarden. Charnung hrr^ktaot NOTICE Re llale ..( AHNTON WIMtTNROP HINT %  Deceaard' NfrTIl-t; W HEREBY OIVRN lh..l all per^na having any debt or .lalm upon i* aftevtltuj tne -'tate of Athlon Wlninmp Hunt, late or the YMl'.A Held BaAad %  itrd Mathatl Ma„-Eati„g Shark SHIPPING NOTICES SYDNEY Ihan 10.000 to Manly V. Although more flockcit huRt op.ji-.nr sra "IT lunn 14 month*, not OOP en tared the water A police cordon On duty al) night oonOnatl everyone to the beach from %  %  Ota occupant — an 8ft manenting sh-rk. The water will be .Kn-miie.1 to kill tin %  hark UK. ..veri will go down u. llnd out h ow it go t in PITM EIT *ic%LEK Mm *EAL ESTATE (B\*TAI. BEACH f*OCl At. CI.UB One ood and galTatilied building, reeentlv hWR. gbM as x I* at rtU Village 5t iD^Tf K ^*' n %  • ,n c *" u '' R*C' "*cial Club, enquire on premlaea any day or at Blnle-r McC.iln ^hopHeepei of BU,k Rack. St Mkhaei near Walmnlaoge. St. Michael It If-^L HONTRI i ii.inin MM "ALABD U IIMITaa I DfR %  --"uara imtt. Brlabai.e Janu_, nth r uK ,.*a 1 "•'"• '"' ""• %  %  I hai ample apace for R.-.l rioten and Oener.i Cargo 1 Ol tranablpmeni ,,t Tnnuaal *" %  .] -ard ana l*ewatd liland i i rt-RNrw*. WITMV a. c>(PAKT, LnaTrcrj 7 i %  hat I' I I CUttTA A i Ltd, The M V DA %  -i < %  .<((. iff i-vwuiray ,. %  %  w>igei I Montwrnit da* Mb jamg B.WI MIKMINtR OWN EM \ss)HIAT10N In. 4M7 Aaanta •=" sKAsin* iiocac CAIAB gRaaaf ear Dover. Chrtit riuirrb Handing en i.p.o*imatehr j raod. %  pe, r h nf laeid. "he dwalllngtiouM contain, verandah. i"*,. r ? m p *' 11 *"*•" %  bedroom r.d bathroom do* n.tain, four bed Haaa a.d toilet upetalra. Klertric light la roo h ":'" Jh " •-" %  * The above property will be t ale ley public competition at n ,„ Olttce jiei Stieet. on Frtda. ftth IVftmWi * at 1pm Inaaertion on epaliratiar B the tenant Mr T. S Burro-,. I It r Briagito. December, he bind there Thura ItOO. the of Jury red to eend In .i.i.ii duly under-igned. I .-" nanflel. rt. llnd ge tow i i..v o' Pebruai LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK-(i.nded Jet* frat calf, giving 3D pn.tt. t priced a> low an 118 02 Additional piece* available. D**I oar. a w Hutrhlnsoo A Co. IJd. 1S1150— t fjl C>.\, .) .,. c• .-„ %  /ii •c % %  Apply: Donald E-lghill 49.10 or 0103. 20.13 St—| ( n -CI1AFK ClTTWt dud %  ! Tel. CITY!-ON FIBRE— Fl'-" quality Cwlon Fibre Ju.t received. Thla Fibre l rlean. toft and springy. Price 14 cent* per pound. Dial *V7 Q. w Rutabutaon A Co. Ltd. 19.11 5o t f n CORK TABU: MATGift package. of Cork Table M..ti In a vinct. „( or %  igna and ah a pi. Priced at *l 44 up. ward* The^e cellophane wrapped Cork Mat Set* make on Attractive Gift. Dial 4xU. G. W. Ilutrhlnwti & Co. Ud. 19.13.90—tf n TAKE NOTICE t THE FLORMIIEJM si, .r J-ANY. a corpolatkui organned and mg under the Uwi of the SUte of Ma. United Slate, of America, who*e trade or builnm .ddieaa i. ISO South Canal Street. City ol Chicago. State of lllnoii. United Slate, of America, tradig %  Manufacturer*, ha* applied for ha inrluralMn of a trad* mark In Part *A" of Register in ronnectl.ui with ' %  rind Wanatn'a ehoee. Sp...t Sho— and B...t*. eaul will be .nulled |.< realater the name after one month from the 3IM. day of December 190 .ini-w. anme perann ahall In the rn. ni.tice in duplicate I* nmce of optK.-.ition of nuctl reglWratlon The trade mark cart be >en on application at my office. DMed ti.i Wtn da-.of December COSTCMF. JFWrJJilHV %  >-urlinem in town Earring. .i.Tea. Hiuirji, Broach**. Pearl Necklace*, Bangle* etc el. Call to-day at Thani Broa Pr. Wm Henry Street Dial 3*ffff opened till ft p.m. to-day. %  W iBi OIFTS Thai givi liune* Chanel No Moment Supreme India* Pride Otu Dll B-t Kiiuv ,i.d other kind.. Cal lino*. Pr. Wm. Henrv Street ;. Siiilrmar. Ai.:...i' ft OVfTLXMENt Do you like to wear •ornathlng flaahy fur your holldav" We offer very colourful .porl ahirta that will make you hold your breath. Shop at Thani Bra. Pr. Wm. Henry nd Swan Slieet,. Opened till 9 p m to-dar. 33.1350-lu GI>S.1 S[.jikle l.-.IB* BHBdl window glaa* to fUl all needa, evalUble now. Wa aupply *." Plate aiaaa lor ahow c-r* and alao eKtr* large pain, up to V, inch thick. Dial 4133 O W. Hvtehtoaon A Co Ltd It 12 SO—tin. <;noCT.RY ITEMS-Rweet BlaculU. I.rg* oa-ortment cocktail biacull.. and other kind*. bo*a of cholocalei. lot., ketchup, l-rt. pickle*, bota. olive*, cereah. W. A Medford. Pr. Wm Henry sr-i 30'ISO—4.1. GROCERY ITEMS-Tlnned Ham 3 lb to I lb*, each Tinned Fruit Jama and Jelllea, Tinned Pee*, bota therm-. peek* r.l.lr... currant.. W A Medford Pr. Wm. Henry Street to 116Can GROCERY rTEMS Champagne Sherrta*. Brandy. Whlakp*. Uqueurwhlla wine.. .parklinB B'orgundv. Poit>. Beer. Stout. Vermuuth W A Medford Pr. Wm Henry Street. lt.ll. i t d r .. KOVBfHOLD EQUIPMEUT of all .lescrlptlon Owen T. Allder. Roebu.. %  r**t. Dial J3Bt II 12-SO-an JVW Racaivad Latter U* and Fool.rap Wind Folder*. Phone T. Oaddri Orant Ltd. **** ltla-tO-tn LADIES' Bmbroldere.1 Ai.nlal-e beautiful de.lgn. and eoloun luet openad again (or you Yea' It at THANI Pr. Wm. Henry St Dial 14M and B-.r. IllffaT 11a %  til I1AI1YS PRAM in good cond!tion. Apply i A. A lliiitf. i.e. Eagli ll.ll Pi DM 13 IMm OVRrt G1ASSWARF Phoenix Ov*nT.ble Gl.o.ware l_ Becent .htpmenU Include Dl-ha*. Plat*.. Bowl*. Saueeboata. MKlng Bow %  e-L-eral other Item.. Dial 4131 i A CO •t 1'EBaiA.NENT NEED1JU1 lor V n-riird pin-'", and needle* of all klnC .'cord* "I .Hi klnda too A BABWES CO. LTD Xl.ll.tt-1 ftAMCOATS. RAINCOATS, n.14 silff each u.iei PU.tk ii IT any rtiarming -hade* for ladle*. PUMi %  t •' S9. Thani On Henry Street %  * %  b and 'in ... i %  taiaou .. Hag traal IK Henr; Street*. Dt.-l Mtff Opened S3 'I S pt FUl Al NOTICE R* th* BHale of %  LLEK CATrlBHBtK ME1.VIN N. 'Tin: iv hareby glvan that all parn* having any debt or Claim agaln-t Uie ktate of FJh-n Catherine Melvln late of Saint Michael'. How. Bridgetown. In thl Wand deceaaed. who died In Ihla Ialand on the 2nd day of aarptaanber kU. are M*|u*.t*l to aandl In partlCAilaca of then calm* duly aliened u. the undaraaaned Colin Cleaie ParUnaon, C/ Me—rYaarwood A Boyce. Solicitor*. No. 14 I January int. after which dlainr-ute the | ol .lithe partlea enUUed thereto. ha\ing regard only to euch claim* of which I ahall then nave had notice and I will ... %  be liable •r th* .teeta or any part thereof ro latributed to -ny per*on of wh^ie daM > .lalm I ahall not than have had mrtkca, And all p i— Mi indebted to lha gald Hat* are reque.ted to aetlle their In:.|-t.-.lj.-.. without .! %  ... D l tli h i! IWh %  *•" "' N"V*mb*r. ino. COLIN CI£ARB PARKINSON. gvM.lll.ed Adminiaerator with the Will annaaad 01 the Eatale of Elian Catherine Melvln. i: n :. % II wn IAMS TAKE NOTICE Th,il HTANDARO BRANDS FNCOHPOHATED. a .orporatlon onfaulwd ,aid 'ling under the law. of the State v f i-hoe* trade or buunru adM.dlwin Avenue. New York. Amen i Dgiav .. New York. United SUte. trading ... Manufacturer*, ha. applied [l.tratlon of a trade mark in of Reg liter In connection inda of food, and Uigtedie.itof fned*. avid will be rnlltled to regttter ftftot one month fratn (be if December int .udeaa in ahall In the m.initn.e gjrra duplicate to ma at my ofhta J*n a. euch I eg latrat ion The trade mark can be aeen on appllccitio i mv ,.ir.,e Dated |hi* 30th dav of December Itto It WUJ>IAMS, Begiatiar of Ttnde Mark... 31 '1 — 3t< TAKE NOTICE That Matthew Rudolph Gonulve., > Brttlah Sxiblect trading under the atyle Sim of The Bite Shirt Factory, e trade or bualneaa addrew I. No Richmond SUeet. Oty of Port-of in. l*Und of Trinidad, Brltl.h We.t lea. ha. applied for the reglatralion tied* mark In Part "A" ol Kagi.ter connection with article* of clothing and will be entitled to register the 0 after one month from the day of December ItSO unleaa aome perron ahall In the meaiillme give notice In duplicate to me al mv office nf opposition of euch registration The t-ad* mark can be seen on .pplte.tu.n. Dated tMttth of December 'land thl. Ialand _.. 'tfft. are hereby requ particular* of tlwii atteated. to rne the care of Me.in. Hutch. Sr.li.itor*. Jama* Str. en or before the ISIh I til. after which date to Ui.trlb.ite the aeaeta Of the among thparties emitted tl having regard to the debt, and I only or which I .hail thru nan mtire and that I .hall not ba liable or awet. an dldrlbnted to ai. paiaon •I whoa* debi or claim I .hall not nave had nntlce at th* lime of -„rh Ol tnb.itIon AND all persona Indebted to the thai estate are requested to settle their Mcounts without delay. Dated IIil. Mh da; of December IMQ S\T1IL PAULINE DeCOlTHO^' HINDS qualified carcuUu of the Will of Aditr,., Wlnthrop Hunt, defeated t IttO-an. UQUOR UCENSE NOTICE BM appllcallon of Geotge Cobh.n Neslon Street. St. Michael for parnUa•Wn to sell dptrits. Malt LiQuor*. *rc.; at bottom floor of No 9 Net arm Street, cm Dated this Hud dav ol Dec-mbeIBM To H. A TALMA. laq Pclice Magistrate Ih.t A ftltmed O. COBHAM Appllcai.l N B Tim application will be considered at a l.ieeimrg Court to he held at Police Court Dlatrtct A on Tuesday, the 2nd dav of January, mi at II o'clock, am. H. A. TALMA. Police Magistrate DUt A UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Hilary Scantleburv of Holetown, St. James, fur permiaaion to KII Spirit.. M.tl Liquors. Ac, at r.ltom floor ol a 3-tor. wall building III Coleridge Street. CM] Ia.led this lid d.y of Deiemln-r -aSO To )l A. TM MA Wm\.. t MM aafht< iir Iti.t A Signed H. SCANTlF.nCTIV At Pl U a n l N B —Thl. apnli.wtloit will be con-idered al %  Licensing Court |.> be held al Police Court. District "A" on r %  .—!„, Hie 2nd day of January IMl al It .clock. II. A TALMA. Police Magistrate. Dtat -fl usaMDKII; LICENSE NOTICE At ..i X. fit Michael. 11 Spirit*. Malt I Roebuck fl ll gaI i.., uei liquors. i: I.. Dated this Jl.t ony ol December 'ttt TO 11 A TAl-MA. F.sq Police Magistrate. Itat 'A*'. Sign I C WHITE. lur Applli.nt MB —Thl. application will be considered at a IJcatiatna Court to he held at PolUe COtirt, Dt-trMl A OS Tucday. the 2nd "lay of January int. 1,1 |l| o'clock H A. TA1JMA. jaoltce M.gi.triite. nut A %  CAittv-4 v4 ledana, i wuu. Sedan e"d '.' Ihllrraan Sedans Joseph Vulriiiirliig Mid Welding Dep.it 4T Itoeb-.u street. Red nird Garage n.n.it wi SlL.d.....,d •anlng 4 at* IJ ..ir siiunte at Skat Hall land. Upper Street. St Michael ipection on *pplicatiou tu Ml Eat wick at %  Luwnore". Upper Ba> Street For i Tiber Fartlcalarf and CondlM < ol Sal. appl* to COTTLE CATFORD .1 Co 11.1140lln HOVU One Cabte.1 roof h.Pitch Pine U t I Painted in out. Glaaa-windows Shedtrouf -.-J klrehen attached Al condition. Apply to Mi.. 1'i.ene l.yte. Kirton land. St !" ?AX NFW TOIh •fkl'ltl "ail" sand I'tece^rrTV, "" .. %  H 2 ,h, fc '** O^*'*' • %  > aano l/ecemoer arriveBarbados l.t .taniiHT. Nt* ORLEA< S Eaal IgdhhJ M„l N„-,n U-r ggMaww B i Steanu-r -n. fth U-cemt-et ar-.—T" V Steamer aalkt tlM December • iavKt uliado* Tth December hedce. list December sail. 4lh January %  Bail .do. ITlh January CAMADaAkl snivicr. .lainniiiNIi "Aki. POILI Bt i ii. Da* -.1,1 llBlll. aiHed i. Sri-SMHSadSlIsi fl II*. |n MODI RN Golf Cour-c. Dlnltig H,-n. u**.-i...i, ...... Gordon Nichu Gallerv. Gat •I'lNFtlUI HfJUSI old Street With th* Ian 1 heietc lining HAW aq. ft Ece MM I' -. O L W Clat *' A Co. S-.ll M,,.i BJtao ..„ OUEEN'b COLLEGE required to take i .. dav seeondan m the roll, and is lull.. The school i •rholarshlp and ha* a floi unf Olrl Giufle Si.th Form -..Ik reoche. one -holarahtp and two r gained lo Uhlrersltle* in also a Preparatory DepartaSI Queen's fhool with J '% % %  a* a good t game* and hai Company 5 high .taiid.ii ...ll.lt:..'. ,. ItSO Ther"he lleadmi.tif ii ...I il,. ... University and a out.nl r i. who should Di-Kiec of %  Brttlah Tracher-a Diploma I iei|ntred to devote I.i the arhool and Tlaellvllle P ireani ol which i. deducted _. r the unfurnished residence in the hool grounda which la provided lor .ugg af the Hedi.. I.I res* The r.dnu.treai is not a Civil Servant. .t serrkr* Is pensionable under th* %  a. hen' Pension Ail No ronlrlbuin. are payable but th. i ilifymg period is ten vean Service Que. ialllv| College .-'d.. the Superannuation Ail ratal English Ivsarkan Barbau'in,.t r..>-.ieirn-t roney W avalUble for leave Applicant, should forward .i .Ute BJOHI is Us* floe rota rj Oo^vnUnf nndv Oueen'i College. C/o Department ig paiilculi t. Data and piac^ 5 Sch.-il-ml t 3 Dag.-. ,,. %  ob Mined 4 Po.l-1'i Teacher's Dip I ill enyi 5 Teaching niand pout Ion. I War Ched t.i .. .-ivrrmg letter at an TAKE NOTICE Thai MATTHEW RUDOLPH GONFALVaV trading lander the .Vie or Ann nf The Fill* Shirt Factorv a British Subject, whoa* trade or bu-ine.. addr-is No. M Richmond Street. CHy of Port-of-Spa In. Island of Trinidad. Brltl.h Weat Indies haapplied for Ihe regiitr iti.-i uf l fade mark In Part -'A' ol Regt'ter In eonnectton with arUckt* "I rkthlng. and will be entitled to register the same after one month from Ihe 21st day of December INO unleaa some person ahall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me al my office .-( opposition ol such reglatralion. The trad* mark can be tean on application Dated tl-ti 30th day of December. I.I0UOK UCErtSE NOTICE The application of l-.ul. Wharton aff Pinfold Street St Mi< hael. for perml>...•. to aell Spirits. Malt laquora. Arc ata wall and wooden bt Pinfold Street Cltv Dated this 31st il To H A TALMA. Eaq Signed JAMES WHARTON N B -Thi.ppiw • Idcred Bt a Licensing Court to be held %  t Polfcce Court Tuesday, the 2nd i GOVElsNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Tenders for the supply ot Skimmed Milk Powder to the Public Elementary Schools. TENDERS artinvited for the supply nf 80 totll of Skiiiiim-tl Milk Powder for use in the Public Elementary Sthot.li> of ihe Inland during the following; school Terms: — 1. 7th May lo 3rd August. IBM. 2 10th September to Bih December. IWI. 3 "th January to -Ith April, 1M2 Persont tendering must ijuote prices, duty free, UIKI DM milk mutt be supplied in containers holding not more than SO lbs nf milk each, it it estimated lhat the average fortnightly consumption will in.' 3 to 6 tons. Tenders must cover all requirements of the Schools during the period* mentioned above, and must be responsible for Ihe milk being in good condition when it is supplied to the schools. Tenders must be marked "Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder" and mutt reach the Colonial Secretary'* Offlco nnt later thsn 12 o'clock ma nn tturday, the 27th of January. 1951. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or anv tender. 5th December. 1M0. 12 12.50—3n APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE GRADE IN CIVIL SERVICE ATTENTION Is drawn to a notice in tne Odltial Quflttfl of tht 18th of December regarding the examination to be held in eonnectltin with appointments to the new executive grade fel.728--tt.4M) In the Civil Service. It Is expected thai the examination will be conducted in four sessions, each of which will begin at 8.04) a.m. and lagl not more than 90 minutes. The first session will probst.lv be held on Wednesday. 3rd January, 1951. 19 12.50— Sn KOBGRT TIH.M LTD.-N.-W York and Uiilf Service Apply: DA008TA CO.. LTD. -Canadian Berrlet. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KINODOM BJ ss DITKNDER.. % %  COLONIAL" B I rrTVENTOR" .. S s -ML-LDEltltV HILL SS. "INTF.npHETFlt %  l-nidon i.iv.-i pr> London b r> 'Mh !>e. 10th Dee -'3rd De. ; lti: I),.. flnrbndo! i %  li.r rath r>e. 241 h Dec 8th Jan. Hli 'M nOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINODOM "SPECIALIST For teats*, information apply to DA COSTA & CO., LrD.-Atents GOVERNMENT NOTICES GENERAL (OPEN) IMPORT LICENCE IMF. jlten1ii.ii of ihe publll drawn tfj i notlM QaUflAAl (OPENI IMPOKT UCENCl arhlch sppsttrod in Iht Offldsl Gsssttt of the milt of ijiTi'inii. i. 1H50. aettlng ou1 i Ihrf "f otmntt^Usi t?Ud -in be Impottod wlthoul imj-in Item mentioned in Die said rrOtka 1,1 19 12 50—211 POST OF IIOt'SKKKP.PI It. MATKKMTY HOSPITAL Appluatmns grej mvileil for liif in.vt ir Mm. "Pltal, Bank II.ill. wrkkbj will br VBtanl On FMentttQ 1 t, IMl 2. Duties battuda ii"wparvl l< n ol DonMadt Staff, prapatatUoa ifii.kiiiK uf tOn ii' Id.Miiii-.k.. |.. i will wnrl, under the iitiniedi.ittnnd dln-T *%  i piastb ividii. i l HI -. .r 1 '. indiastrlal I hemlcal BtaebrV Houas. hold KcfriK 1 1 %  % %  r \ BISHOP, Mi %  •) Bui 23 || M in VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS. 0RAMMAR SCHOOL. DOMINICA APPLICATIONS are Invited torts poatsol Saniot MasT. i>oniinkii (htbnmat School The school mil m omanl aumban 15fl. and courses will Inoffarad Up • Uat Mighet BtfoOOl C'erUllcate ... i 2 Qualt/lcailon*. Applicantfor IhOM ItTO l>nsts shon|.l boM .i University degree and !•• %  qua hi i i English, l**asW9 tBd i .-in. inaj 11. Mat! tanatst :i .Sn'nr.i Tinl $1,920 by 120 to IMOO \ %  -' i ( llvtruj sllOV anea of im per rent if salary is al payatili Cotisldqwatlafi tvould I* given to uppntntng suitable applic tuallflcaU 4 Qnmrtrr ninensurate wllh their ith local regtiliitlon P H taqt I %  sxpariai t Qtl.il %  %  | 5 Leatfi | % %  % %  n ad Ii % %  i and provision is iiiaotfoi asslstatlca towards %  Pauaor on flrni appolBttiteMf. The oftmrs p.istuge on llrst nppointmi'it i bt n well ii* that of bll wife ami nf school ute. rn.i excecdm* four, if tl | him or follow him within twelvr month* Iroi kit I raw in t t^polW 7 CoadaMoni of % %  CokMital l>Kuhitltnipi and local General Orders Application. aBtata| UrM t| Uotll Stall teaching experience, and indicatinu its on which he could %  istumc dutv. should bt I mlnlttl bar, lluminlca. 19 12 50—3n ^W,W,V,'rtW.v^',v. Oil! MAS HUMS IT iin racit AND nnflaAAL tUEKBPlTS ••• OtaaTaa to )..ln. No Asgesanent. 1..1 Levies, ai.,1 *0 ITKT" tin everv aaaSBaSt t*H art ^> i > iini' .,Mt n,, it *""' %  : fi HI street ^ ...ver Bab. Shoe Sloret i acahM ,. MiltC;RAND PICNIC & DANCE KLItn a Mini ii MHIISSION 1 M MKAMM'I "i rtu %  tanm n FLASH!! TWANI BRO AMNOtTNCB THAT THEIR STORR let PRINrr HRHRT RT WTLI, RRMA1N OPENED ALL DAT TO DAV UNTIL 5 00 f M I'LKABK NOTE THIS .'-*-*,-*--*-*--,---.-.-, IHE ANMIAI. PAKCE BJ t rVTrlAI. t RlfKIT t I III • ill lake plate on t-ATTatDAY. ItECB ttth at V M p c illpm Brtsatf IM H..,.|M Jordan and hU • • %  %  ii.-.tr i Tickets ..in.nn i.ifratn Member* jnd Iheir trtenffts I on SAI.I: Ju*i srHvsd in lime lr grass. TOY I'AKS ami V INS RMMFI.S I |H.. | |ll.. I |ll lilis VAI.OH STOVKS 2and :i.Runirr OVKNS. NffkTSCB ll>' WOMEN'S SK1.F HELP will be CIOM^I on muasiMT. tut i u,. m o-lll !* %  open on SATI'EDAY 23nl ....Ill 111 o'elork l: lL ''" ,|v Mlo ii.iklM III nole lhal we will NOT be psyins anv ini.iirv i.n HllllAV !lnd. DM I,,,, willi pay „, uaual .... FRII1AV. 29th lie.. Mil HUM (iARAIiR ; Christmas-Bright FURNITURE lor HOME & OFFICE I' % %  t;cMi low I WteaSOM T gar aueei. inn euat INF nARDAINa X I L. S. WILSON I %j Tiaf.las* la*al ti BjBJ ^ ^.'.'/ J V,',V/.',',',V J y,. > ,,y, 0 y' JOHN M. BLADON l#J V \ ttonnerlv l>|„„ A Blad.mi Connection, |*| I K—CANADA—UN A —VI M /I l | \ Before billing rianrlnr our ext.n.ivr U.U of high eta*. Proper!, and land located In all areas ho,,r 4fl 1'li.i.Ulions Building ..-,. -*-*-*. *e*.'>',*e*e*e*e'*'-','e'.-,-,'* ', *, •,','SSSSSSSSSS. HALLACAS DE PASCUASH pit flat Idadet >' Ii i I... .iiiilo rntisK iini.i iic Almuerso i iiilmiTili-. | i-l.i I Aqua itolsnot seia -,..-.if Clu pain su dcleite poi UIM I %  %  2 PM Comlda I M t 'i iM Balle, '.* (M) p M Predo $3 MI il ii'lffiinii 41111 i i ingles al 2270. it W %  %  Ml l %  raa mtemliro por on in i pot ci prtelo de un i nelln poi i-TMina). /witm^ *wm* X at %  I --v/.'.v.v.v.'.'y/.'.vs'/'.w \om i \OTiri; HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor-ln-Executive ( ommitiee has appointed a committee with the following terms of refcrenre "To examine the conditions in the port area In regard to the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic. t* wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their J. regulation and Improvement." 2. The Committee invites persons ond organisations Interested to give information orally ond in writing All such persons and organisations should communicate with or send memoranda to the Secretary. Mr. F. J. Odle nf the labour Department befo e 1'ilt January. 1951 3. It would be of considerable benefit to the committee If g|gh1 copies of all memoranda could be supplied 4. The committee wishes to obtain ss much information as pt. sible and it is hoped that gnjrooa who can give any reltrvai I matlon will not hesitate to make it available to the commute. 22 12 50— 3n frt i our i ii ion ers nnd Ihe : %  n>* > era! public thai oui main .ill not ba open for nttmtay, ttrd instant OARDINKI! At'S'llN A co LTD 22 II I : ; It. all our Priendf. iiHlomrrv through inedliirn we wish. \ Maiipv f hrislmaN snd ITiisprratis Net* Vejr. Il T.tUB \ 'Kl IINIK I .... .l-i.l. K. ..I Corner Welehea 23 12 Ml—In IHWhs in IM wn MJ. fsr our splendid supper! during. Ihe vear. WK tflfM Vil a llapp> I In i-.Hn %  mil A PTaaaBeretat New Vrar m*: 0 EXTRA r EMiwtttrM (INfRAL Kit MilU l Hi I'roprlrton.I W F tain I'.I opportu %  if axtBnding to oui "il tomai Knfii'i and 0M Cfiifial Public si IflON \l 0R| I TIN08 for i(if CltristiMii iini our Sincere ... for pi-rind Wishes PROSPERITY IN THE \KW YCAK ttm %  .->u Ihe in Sumniarlaes I Bartl %  'Wm. "3ogarty £td mnHmmmmmmmmmmnwnnm 1



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER M. 195(1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE rvr.F nvs BETIIELL RETURNS 9 Iron. Pi |r 1 egalev ho became friendly „nn WH llu Hi lion w s the Knulish M P. Mr. Bcthell thought that perhaps more was learnt by delegates about each pmblam from Informal i*lk outside of the conference room. The climate In New Zealand was rather cool, the people I hospitable and, nave the delegates a wonderful reception. Mr bethell left Barbados an October IS for Curacao via Trinidad by air. The trip to New Z m \ n6 from there was made on DM Kaiu.tato. He returned by Ihc R sue Hi hi to Panama and from Panama he Bans to Parbados In twelve hours making seven stops • II Utfl Me arrived just in time for Christmas and also for his fortieth birthday which he celebrates lodu XMAS Mil i it Refused To Bus Fatfe Pay Last Day For Christmas Shoppers TODAY the %  i i. nelure rm mil itnwts ara Ulntj t<> uD .HI thy haw been foi M days ShKppcrs will be out in tore* 111 he making their last purchases fur Christmas Mum will probably be found makuig .. las* m.nule dash for that necessary u, pair of shoes, or some other article. Some parents will still be in %  i-.mli of to>to) then children I t tha emphasis Is sure to b* QC loon* Children love to walk about with ihcm on Chilstm.. mornkag and MMBll -ire not left n DNH until they uel some The Kiiily decorated shun windows which have been attract!!.*. children ami adults alike during the past few days >' ill Inch ted i.,> loiutihl h .-ill be tlu lust night (Or the Chi, p| igad art. iUt to see bit; *wdg looking &//=r HI Mrs IIIII'a I'm •tin ili.Ins* in /•• /•• \itmm DORSAY PERFUME Intoxication—Duo-Lei* Also Il'Orsay C'olos IOIXINS MIWIM, HOHI> \i ii %  SHAVE KNIGHTS ALL BRANCHES THE Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L Taylor and Mr J W B Chenery day lined Rupert Night In gale : HJ^^.L! 11.11 Jii tii be |>ui.l iiseven days or in default one month's Imprisonment. They bad found him guilty of having refUOBd to pay 'bus fare while he was passenger on the Diamond 'ivis M-1270 when It was going iilnHK Tweedside Road on Novtm her 15. XMAS PARCELS amvr for some Barbadianfrom relatives in U.B-A. snd are off M i W.Ikoi**f Sen way Hlitpping who hand* a packsge to Mr Leroy, local distributor. aaai tha %  api r virtsa of air r o i little girl nakrs a last minute Xmi> purebsne from i Broad Street. Mushroom Industries Blooming U.S. WILL DEPORT RED TRINIDADIAN NEGRO B.G. Wunts Loun Of $10,000,000 •oh ,i NEW YORK, DM 22 1 An Una lea nfanns hold (hut lh t ih,. rnwilllwlmm on Thur*iclay H Clauda WI.I Bcholnlek was mi MUSHHUUM iiulu*ln.-> Ihat Lki.tl III.ik-p.itiili-.il of CfaldM JIII-II ami hud own a nu-'i.l-i rd in Impoainx Ihc nnt'. lh<> Judiln llourisli onlv al cnrimmu. lime in Jono. 14. Trinidad-norn ncsro. as lluO.mmimi.l party in Uu,.i, ii < % "• ">ly cover a variety of thinus .. former im-n.Loi oi Ihe ComOBIMd BtMl |H terra, the iv-ii.IWHIIIR ''ii Managers of plant.Hi' i one t" UM Cttj res* rd .~u.ii Thry did BO on Thursday The •orb %  '•'• %  It wa aid ao ihat iiie> could sti moor) rosn |ha bank* M pu II %  era in uood lime lor Chi Although the imijoiiu ol Spolghuti <<• BtUtm town to do their ihoppinj B* -ii,, ( .s ,ii SfaMghtMown "'•! rowektd wltri Chrtolrna •hoDpors riiirmaf the DMal '< daj Church Stieel. the .eriUe .: %  ttr*CtfcMU m II"' wwn, most Wit) M r—I Ihe tl"\ < \ehiculiii tram,WM mil stead; Magistrate Mr A J. H Hansrhell who dismiseol the ease Reginald Murrell of My Lords iriety of things ihat range from a paper bng to a mtntaM Port) Control O mmltto • 11 untr) in rush bottom chair. The paper bag selling llu isiu Hill who was conductor of the 2**£? fUfSSX ; '"" '" t,us at the lime of the offence. J 1 ** 0 !" '' "' l tor 8 but "' *• snid that Nightingale got on the l,no "5 t l01 J UI < a n 5 1 vegetable %  bus while il was on Drax Hal) £ %  £* %  •< f Bu b .y A *>' %  ,,ff ?*" Street When the "bus got on Street and Lukes Alley off Uron-I Arthur*! Hill some people gol off ^ l "*' between Harrisons end the The man at the corner of a scat Colonnade got off to allow the passenger* to People who buy then apples, get off and when he did so. ".""I*?*bananas, okras peas and Nightingale sat in the man's the like, but find themselves withformer seat The man told out anything in which they Nightingale to move, he refused carry them and Uk( Ud Ihe man pushed him aside. nis m P. they havi A fight started and soon afterth.r heads or hand: wards er bags sell I'Miuniis communist League ui i imiii tinBrit i wi Febru.iiA --(' I' • and Bench And Bar Exchange Xrnas Greetings B.N.A. GIVE XMAS TREAT a to give il lo him. al 2r. ot 3c.. the medium sized ones at 3c and 6c and Ihe large ones at 8c C.J. Grants Four Petitions ArtiliiUI Flowers Artificial flowers is another of these Xmas industries. The material is simple to obtain—wire and coloured paper, but some of FOUR petitions for Letters of the designs are clever and artistic. Administration were granted by .Some bunches of artificial mariHll Honour the Chief Judge. Sir golds with their comparatively Allan CoUrmore. in the Court of smaU and Intricate leaf pattern Ordinary yesterday. The Petithat were bem* offered for sale g£ u lions were as follow:— al Baxter's Road yesterday were so realistic that many people Petilion of Thomas William thought thev were pnwrto manSimmons of Culloden Road. St. nolds Till; llarbado". Nurs< tion gave their onnuol Chrtttma CHRISTMAS (MEETINGS treat lo more than were exchanged between Bench their office in St Michael ItAladdin and and Bar at yesterdays sitting of on Saturday. The chi'drei only to rub the Court of Ordinary. Mr. uinging from the age ol stand a paper J E T BrmndMr spoke on behalf i Q six vears. won Of theiBarriaters -nd Solicitors, besides nther |.n and His Honour the Chief Judg.,, ,., .. Sir Allan Collymore, replied. Mr. Branckcr expressed the hope that in the coming year the pressure of work on the Chief Judge would rot be BO great as in the Tear just ending, and that Ihc Chief Judge would have the assistance of ti Puisne Judge. The Chief Judge thanked Mr Branckar and through him the members of Ihc Bar, and thanked also the members of the Solicitors' Profession for their kino ami The (hiMin I ealing, drinking .ind playing games. Thev afterwards went o lom 10 Mrs A W Scot! 1 residence, who Ii the Barbados Nurses* -\ and they were further SfltOftaiM there. Most of the fundffhlcti help lo give the treni eaine by •ray of donations Merry Christmas. Then was little hope, said ihe Chief Justice, that the volume of work during the i-oming JTOM would be less than during the Santa (Jlans At Police Station aEOROBTOI. N i" Now taxation proposals e>to yield an '. p^"oiu> ittw5 '. iU0 revenue lor Brillsii speithtslowu whenIhe shop|ie I.III-I nil " iIn ol i %  rod u.inacoasarj %  %  !-Oroeoinaa, DTOVal front the appropriate most of the a II i lu> i i i i o i 6M ralsiruj %  loan on %  '., i mitik-t n KI \i,u to Bnan devel pmenl plan. The new tfuUss In I i %  %  U rater, rum bauxite, u rtal 11 UM and ih --in '.<> i mall, uUoconununlcation. Ol vehlCUM lieeim'-. tultlOll %  Inoonfl tas on rny>asu „. T.I ill %  i nth nil10 .%  :, | Nsm iint"-> on aerated water i.rum t.ikiafltci today In tima whan tha clerki UM retail pries h to wort i nd so %  ,.,,par boltle and '"^c 'heir purelii.se> in, I-. U oaotl l-'i Isittl.-. cent per schanpp of U ounces. Me David In i two houi ip aa ch i iBf.li .is year of "many isappolnti ion! ind %  < %  hacaa led but the Cloesrnment'i view with ,;r\it :ipprehen*lon on Uh, all wtrlch is In ..i this Ume ho went CLERKS FIND DIFFICULTY TO MAKE PURCHASES WHEN some eitv clSTKI rust, out ten breakfast intending to purchase an arllele they often (Ind ihat the imp which ha ll I wanted article Is < losed for lunch i ..ns which elooe for luncheon re-open just ahoul UN have to go Uwj cannot file clerks now get Ihcir fellow i lerks whose luncheon hour is .fore Ibsini (0 muke their puriiiasni for them, hut as some %  %  them complain, then lellows %  lo not usually have the touch lo -elect the right type Of ..m. le Lhay like ANIMATED OPINIONS ADENAUER PLEASED WITH ALLIED TAtKS stituled attorney of Maude Harepetunias and dahlias are all'faithhowever, Mr. Brancker's efforts wood of New York, U.S.A.. to fyjiy imitated in the bunches of m the direction of the the estate of Edward Theophiliis artlfloiail flowers They sell from made by Mr Brancker i IVKH MO children ol men tw i of the Police Pores were given U.K. Seaman Not Fvrgotten Man ';ibbs. lale ol New York, U.S.A.. |;. ^ 2/_ per bunch. tha Puisne Judgfc Painter. Two men al Baxter's Rnad ha.l MiW W Beece. K.C..-Inmorc orders for re->llverln t slructed by Hoynes ft Grimth. min-ors t han they could handle. Solicitors appeared for the people, chiefly from Ihe outlylni petitioner parishes brin their nilrrop* t-> . i--„... lown and only a par! is scrviceI'c-litlon ol Leo na 'd "SSS, b,e ,or showins any reflecllon. Rlley of Bayfteld. SI """I; but in two hours' lime the rntir,ALTHOUGH William Tyrrell. Blacksmith, ICi the !" " 1 J nl surface ot Ihc mirror Is again the suspected case ol small pox m wife Lenora Blley deeeasea. jleamino and as nood as new the hospital al Pelican Island. Is Mr C H Clarke. K.C.. mp^..Partn.il Isolated and far from his family slructed by Hutchlnson S. BanJase^rtoul Indiistrv is •" home In England, he will not nekl. Solicitor, appeared for the n !" '„' !" P ""p",' ur !" .niellv ** M Christmas, a foro,l.n '"piulion ol Leolta Plnkell of a> from ma.-,,!ne imitatl.-n. of %  •," %  ..,„ ,,.„.„ „„. „,,„„,„ „, lh0 SlcwarMIill St John. Widow, lo Ihe master, are MUirrad bv „ ,.,, ,,, ..,| k „,„, ,,„ ,,„-. „i tie Male at her husbund William pae-panoul sellers and framed lh ,. ,,.,, .„„, „„,,„ .,.. \\„T,' Pinkclt late of Stewart's !" e moat popular arc of curs.,.„„.„„„ Iim i.clf with when Ihc .. I .-. t.i..; r-.ntoneer dethese rcpresentina some aspect ol matron cannot be with Mm. Hill. SI John, canioneer. jh( ^ f ^ (f ^ Fnmlly censed. yesterday picture! " v I Mr J F. T Branckcr instructreprosentitm "The Flight Into •db] liavm-a 4 Grimth. representE*vpV. "The Visit of the Mnci" BONN P.22 VI,, \\, .1 (li-nnan Cliamelloi %  S 0 I '"'" u, Konrad Adenauer relurne.1 rcgarda A %  -..l...s. .. with ihc unit The majority were ncriiiii. Ailed llioll Commlssloti'i >• panled by their in' .,,,,, i Amuscmcnl for the enildrc, In. I".c UlO Oimi.ai. luded sack race* flat races !oJ'< had ',1, t, ,,-tieiK ulbaal] u bancollary said "The Adoration of the Shepherd* nnd Ihc • %  Cleanslnn: of the Temple" Thev sold for 2/an. I nnd trade was uood ed the pctllloner Petilion of Henry Crichli Marshall of DayrelU Boad Christ Church. Retired I-1 ' *<•" K.eper. lo the estate of his .on Henry Adrian Marshall, lale of "ST?.' ?Tv*r. inslructcd I,, Mr. D I. Sarleanl. Solicitor appearod for Ihe petitioner His Honour also granted the ,,ppllcallon to re-seal lellcrs ol Admlnislratlon with the will nexed of Ida Walrond Howell. bv artl i|. t> formerly of Toronto, Canada, tnil jhc only significant contact on lite of Brldgelown. Barbados. ln( western from yesterday was ,rnt.d lo Iho NalionBl Truat w „ in three hotullons ol Communists gained one to two miles against South Koreans above Chunchon. Communists Brgiu Winter Offensive 0 From I'ase 1 miles northwest ot Hungnam, were iitlacked from the air anil npony. The application made behalf of the Company b ; atl of Communists were said to hav been wearing American coats. -en weaimg Amenx-ri io. of ph^delphla in a ir: ,t aJWe^ m .tt S • "out at the 8t Nicholas L. Thomas of trie tan Carrlngton A Sealy. Sol'cltors. The wills 01 ** %  blowing Mgh!e „ ranjetl from the coast >eoo.e were admitted to probate: today sending a Communist sup"sir Georire " Thuniduv ume. 22 hour, after he had been knocked out by Percy boxmusical elmli .mile mi II,en faces but .„ A ,.,, ,,,.,. .,11, | ,,v COUld lie h,-ard fnm ' • '"' ,l M *. '"ii, 1. ;,Z lunclloi, closed < Jj g*JX hn. Santa Claus, haan decided, i>ut to inform mm I&U ( ; the llruswls conference 30'FOR ASSAULT A FINE ot 30 lo I" Ml > ime month or In del. ill month's imprisonment with h labour WM LmpOSSd On Shell, l*reacod of S.>IHI l-nn %  • -I.I... bv His Worship Mr E A M.-. I^od. Magistrate .-f District A" Polka Coorl She WM found guilty of assau ing Writ Serve' bar 11 while ,n tha • bin duty Sayi Mr lea Rln "YOl CAN i;i iin\ IT BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT." Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection %  PALMTOFfTE LTD. LONDON. W.3 PALM* WORKS TO m til Ol II I llll MIS %  ... to the s Dr Vincent N.ii'ii aUo, State Athletic Commission %  aid West died of an Intro-Mrebral haamon I %  Km. Whan he wi knocked i lit, Waal fell Pat on nil back od i 11 1 fatality hi the United S.'. it i %  t ninth ID I If) MAKE--MURRAY'S | MILK STOUT I YOUR XMAS DRINK g ievlous convictions for larceny He was sentenced to a month' .mprisonment last September. surrounding atorri emergency areas. Civil Aeron.nitirs Authority has ordered all pilots to file flight plans under certain condition*. A flight plan U u time tlon schedule Hied by a pilot an' 1 includes the speed and altitude at which he will fly. —Renter Best was sleeping on the pavement of Protiyn Street. When ne awoke he missed the money from his pocket. Seeing Lewis about 10 f*t away, he went to nim and asked him for the money Ix-wls ran and dropped a few coins. Best caught up with him nnd gave him into custody Lewis was searched al the Bridge Campaign, tru .... Police Station and a five dollar at the veri 81 Vaccinated Yesterday IN relatic it.up to late note was found under the band of yesterday afternoon was 81. brinKhis hat and more money was ing the total .accinated to date to about hi* under garment*. 2 118. Season s Qreetings • Snarl t Sampson lid. Extend lo ill AH "'" ii-mrnu f Uu Beaaoa -iirt Hel Vi'shes let INI Sit Alt I 8 SAMPSON LTD. It It Refreshes Sustains O jwm For Lad ie s ITS THE BEST! HADING ESrABII'.HMtNT", EVERYWHERE IMPOHTfD BY MANNING & CO. LTD. or Excelled) Gifts NEWMAN'S COSY FELT SLIPPERS lot Ladies in all sizes Shades ol Scarlet. Saxe. Rose. Wine. Navy. Royal, and Pink Also Blue with Wine Tnmminq and Wine with Blue 13.01 sa.i9 Qents GENTLEMEN'S SLIPPERS LEATHER SLIPPERS with Foil Soles in Brown. Pair ALL LEATHER in Black ,. Brown MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS in Brown Cave Shepherd & Co. Ltd. 10, 11, 12 A 13 BROAD STREET 'W,xWAV>*6M>y -WnWrnVWrmiMff: ^


Saturday

“= Barbados

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Travel Agency Will
Uperate In oarbados
AMERICANS PLAN TOURIST

ASSAULT ON CARIBBEAN |
A GIGANTIC SCHEME io bring American!





Communists Begin
Winter Offensive

Vyshinsky In



tourists to the Caribbean is pianned for next!

year. The scheme is promoted by Mir. Thaddeus
Hyatt, President of the Air Marine Travel Service,
New York City, and Mr. Jean Iversen, Manager of
the Marine Hotel. Mr. Hyatt visited Barbados in
October during a tour of the entire Caribbean area.
The object of this tour was to find another tourist
outlet for his extensive travel organisation.

There are eleven wholesale travel agencies in the U.S., Air
Marine Travel Service being one of the leading agencies
Since Mr. Hyatt’s return, plans for the scheme have been
finalised and these agencies have been distributing leaflets
and other literature about the Caribbean, in industrial

buildings, Federal Offices, schools and oe ae
- — Mr. Iversen told the Advocate



yesterday that the scheme planned

e for next year is a traffic promo-

Qa tes tion scheme from the Mid-West
States to Puerto Rico, The tour

will take tourists out of any U.S

Ki t city from New Orleans, St. Louis
Agai

to Chicago, Boston and New York
Two ladies took the major hon-



to Puerto Rico, using Pan Ameri-
can Airways, Eastern Airlines and
Chicago and Southern Airlines.
Gateway to Caribbean
Puerto Rico has long been
known as the gateway to the
Caribbean, by people in the U.S,
and it is only the
ours in the two competitions run fn
the Advocate Christmas Number
which closed yesterday afternoon.
In the “Advocate Christmas Num-
ber Competition” for which the
first prize is a 15-pound Turkey
and 4 bottles of spirits the winner
was Miss Patricia Applewhaite of
Black Rock, St. Michael, and 10
the Wrist Watch Competition, run
by Alfonso B. De Lima & Co.,
the winner was Mrs. Winifrec
Sealy of Fitt’s Village, St. James.
This makes it the third time in
a row that the Advocate Xmas
Number Competition has been
won by a lady and in fact since
its inception no gentleman has
been successful. Can this bs
taken to mean that the fairer sex
have more brains or time? )
Among the answers, which ar-
rived in hundreds, were some
very amusing ones and some of
those more easily remembered
were: Clue — “On dry ground.
i Iph, the .....7..++.+-2+0
Sian “The Market Mauler
(Kia Ralph). Clue — “One word
for King and vessel” Answer —
“Incorporated.” Another onan
thought that “On dry ground, Se
Ralph gonmiited Dy jt an
5 $s ans ‘
vr eae or the > vig
hristmas Number competition 1s
a to call at the Advocate
Advertising Office this morning

between the hours of 10 en a"

SS ep teeeesnsnenesssenuesseshsasnrsiipe=iinaneneet

and the winner of ¢ ¥
Vatc tition is requeste'
Watch Compe Pea

call at Alfonso B.
‘Co, at the Corner of Broad and

McGregor Streets.



Xmas Greetings To
Merchant Seamen

The following messages from
the Minister of Transport and the
Secretary of State for the Colonies
to Merchant Seamen are published
for general information; —

Message from the Minister oi
Transport: —

“As Minister of Transport, I
send my best wishes and thanks
to all those whose efforts enable
our Merchant Seamen to enjoy
Christmas in Clubs and Hotels

overseas. I also send greetings
to all officers and men of the
Merchant Navy and am _ sure

that wherever they may be they
will be among friends and
enjoy themselves at this time
of festivity and good fellowship
A Merry Christmas and a
prosperous New Year to you
all.

Message from the Secretary of

State for the Colonies: —

“In associating myself with
the message from the Minister
of Transport I send my cordial
greetings and good wish@s
especially to all members of the
Merchant Navy who came from
the British Colonial territories
and also to all those who are
so generously helping to pro-
vide for the comfort and enter-
tainment of our seamen at
Colonial ports”.

fitting that
Caribbean tour should begin with
a stop at Puerto Rico, It is also
by far the most convenient start-
ing point from the point of view
of air travel.

From Puerto Rico, a series of
all expense tours from six to fif-
teen days will be organised leav-
ing Puerto Rico three times a
week, Transportation from there
to Barbados and the other Carib-
bean islands, will be by B.W.1.A,

An “All Expense tour”, is gen-
erally paid for at the start of the
journey and this will cover plane
fare, hotel bill, tours of the vari-
ous islands, transportation to and
from the airports etc

Most popular tour will be the
fifteen day trip, which begins
with a three day stop in Puerto
Rico at the Condado Beach Hotel
along with tours of the island.
Next stop will be Barbados where
tourists can spend three nights at
any chosen hotel, with tours of
the island. Three day stops at
Grenada and Tobago are also
planned, and finally a night in
Trinidad to connect with the
direct flight from there to Puerto
Rico,

“Holiday Travel”

In conjunction with and in
order to handle this scheme, a
Travel Agency named the “Holi-
day Travel Consultants of Canada
Ltd.,” are opening a bureau in the
lobby ot Messrs. Cave Shepherd
and Co., Ltd. It is expected that
this bureau will be fitted up and
ready to operate by January 15th.
The President of this company
and other representatives have al-
ready visited Barbados and made
contacts, Mr. James Reddekopp
who is arriving here shortly will
be in charge.

This agency will not only help
the tourists, but will be able to
clear reservation space to all the
Caribbean islands, Clearing re-
servations is most important for
the success of the whole scheme.

When hotels and guest houses

are all filled, “Holiday Travel”
will interview residents in the
hotel areas who have private
homes, which could be used to
provide sleeping facilities for
tourists,

This agency knows only too

well the limited hotel accommo-
dation in the island and additional
accommodation will be needed
with the increased flights to Bar-
bados, due to the improvement of
the airport. ,
The revenue from prospective
Barbadian tourists who have been
turned down all over the U.S. and
Canada runs in to tremendous
figures and some of that revenue
could be gained by this scheme of
“Tourist Housing Facilities.”



U.S. COMMANDER
KILLED

Lieutenant-General Walton
Waiker (61), Commander of
the United States Eighth
Army Corps, has been killed in
a road accident near Seoul.

CHRISTMAS IN TRINIDAD

CORPORAL BEST, Police Santa Claus, is seen here as he
of the Barbados Police Force at a party held at District

Truman Forms
New Security
Committee

WASHINGTON, Dee. 22.

President Truman has created
an overall Committee to co-
ordinate the United States Gov-
ernment’s military relationships
with countries in military or
economic alliance with America

Acting on what he has de-
scribed as “the most urgent organ-
isational problem we face” Mr.
Truman yesterday established
a Committee on International
Security Affairs

He named Mr, Thomas Dudley
Cabot, a Boston industrialist and
banker as its Chairman

Mr. Cabot, a newcomer to the
Federal Government will
that position by virtue
nomination as Director for Inter-
national Security Affairs a
Office to be opened
Department,

The new Committee’s function
according to the State Department
and the White House is. the
“handling of international secur-
ity matters and military and eco-
nomic assistance for mutual de-
fence.”

This would include both mili-
tary and political alliances such
as the North Atlantic Treaty
Organisation and several eco-
nomic aid programmes designed
to enable non-Communist Euro-
pean and Asiatic countries to
strengthen and arm themselves

—Reuter

World War I Will
Not Start In Berlin

BERLIN, Dec. 22,
Major General Bourne, British
Commandant in Berlin said today
that the danger of Berlin’s be-

new

in the State



coming the flashpoint of world
war three had completely fH
appeared,

Reviewing Berlin’s political at
economic development in 1950,
General Bourne told correspo

dents he was completely confide!
that West Berlin would neve:
become Communist,

“There is not the slightest risk
of that” he said.

“Berlin is only a small cog in the
machine of Western and Soviet
relationships.”

He foresaw 1951 as a year of
steady progress in all fields
particularly in the economic field

—Reuter.

30 KILLED IN BUS
COLLISION

PRAGUE, Dec. 22.

Thirty people were kiiled and
d4 injured when an express train
and a large bus collided at a
railway crossing near Podivin,
Moravia, last night, it was learned
today.

An official mews ageney said
that the level crossing keeper has
been arrested.—Reuter





Seven of the sixteen Harriman workers who left for Trinidad for the Christmas holiday

are some of the men who helpe

d to construct the new runway

They will be returning to Barbados on January 2.

yesterday

These



Plymouth

PLYMOUTH, Dec, 22

Vyshinsky arrived here in the

French liner Liberté toda Che
vessel was in British water only
an hour and then went ont
Le Havre,

The Soviet Minister with a

party of 14 was returning home
from the United Nations General
Assembly, He will disembark at
a French port this afternoon

No one was permitted to sce
Mr. Vyshinsky who had spent the
last three days of the voyage in
his suite

An armed

guard patrolled the

passageway outside his £350
luxury suite,

Questions put to the Russian

party in English, French, German
and Spanish were met with a head

Shake and “niet” (Russian fo:
no),
When reporters asked if Mi
its shinsky were asleep and if
. they were alarmed they re
distributed gifts to children of the members “da” and nodded oie OY: SR

Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei |

Seoul is larget

TOKYO, Dec, 22.
(COMMUNIST thrusts now probing the main
| United Nations line in Northwest Korea may
be the initial phase of a winter offensive by 80,000
to 100,000 men across the 38th parallel, General
| MacArthur’s Intelligence Staff said today.
| The report said that the Communists were prepar-
ing to sweep south towards Seoul. Most of the
persistent probing attacks in the past eight days
were aimed at feeling out United Nations strength
astride the three main highways leading to the
South Korean capital.

The report said there was a possibility of a Commun-
ist thrust south towards the important commiunications
town of Chungchon in the centre of the peninsula 10 miles
outh of the parallel

Troops pushing forward north of Chungehon had not

dentified, “but horses and camels reported
to have been in the immediate area belong to Chinese
Communist forces” it said

}
|
|

been positively

seeH

y Just north of the battle area,
there were indications of an in-
‘ | ;
Seca ON § HE creasing Communist buildup.

; Roads in rear areas were reported

® SPOT
‘

occupy
of his

ar yesterdaye. He was said to have joined
> in the ship’s activities during the
Mi ft; li voyage. He visited the cinema,

Goods For W.L.

. OTTAWA, Dec.22
The Trade Department announced today a number of addi-

tions to the list of goods which Canada will be able to
export to the West Indies under a Trade Liberalisation
plan developed two months ago,

FORTY TO-DAY

The additions result from nego-
tiations between the United States
and British authorities. The
plan goes into effect on January
1, and will be reviewed within
six months to examine the possi-
bility of further relaxation of
import restrictions





































Cigarettes and mineral earth
pigments have been added to the
list of goods for which the mini-
mum licences for Canadian firms
are to be mot. less than 50 per
cent. of th@ average value of
the firms’ exports to each of the
colonies concerned in the base
period 1946, 47, 48. The following
items have been added to the
ya of goods for which the mini-

umylicences for Canadian firms
will be 334 per cent: Rayon fab-
rics, electric fans, radio apparatus,
office apparatus and parts, indus-
rial chemicals, electric household
refrigerators, freezers and parts
of electric household washing
machines and manufactured plas-
tic products. This list also in-
cludes rayon dresses and women’s
cotton dresses,—(CP)



SUGAR PRICE UP)

{From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec, 22

Commonwealth Sugar Produc-
ers are to receive £32. 17. 6. pex
ton f.o.b, for sugar export to the
United Kingdom in 1951. This is
an increase of £2. 7, 6. on the

Ministry of Food price for last
year.

An official Ministry of Food an-
nouncement this afternoon says

that agreement on the price had
been reached following discussions
between the Ministry and repre-
sentatives of Commonwealth pro-
ducers led by Premier Hanlon of
Queensland

MR. FRED BETHELL, M.C.P.,
who returned yesterday from attend-
ing a meeting of the British Empire
Parliamentary Association in New



Zealand, arrived just in time to It is not clear whether the prin- |
spend the last day of his thirties in| ciple of paying a common price ©
Barbados. He celebrates his forti-| all the Commonwealth will be re-
eth birthday to-day. tained next year 1

Bethell

|
|



SECOND TES



| Red China Rejects

had a game of cards in the smoke
room and attended a cocktail
party given by the captain—but
always with a bodyguard of at
least four men around him

—Reuter |



War Danger

Up stepped the conductor
Mr. R. E Henry

placed



Is In The East

SAYS TITO

BELGRADE, Dec. 22.

Marshal Tito told Yugoslavs to-
day: “There is war danger from
the East,”

“We shall never go to war for
anybody else’s interests but only
in the interests of our own exist-
ence and freedom,” he added.

He said that Cominform coun-
tries who constantly accused
Yugoslavia of aggressive inten-
tions towards them “must think
us foolish ¥ they believe we want
4 attack 280 to 300 million peo-
ple”

They are arming themselves be
eause they have dark plans against
our country,” Tito said. “They
want to prepare their people as
well as the people of the world in
order to receive some justifica-
tion if to-morrow they attack us.”

Reuter

CN

Ceasefire Appeal

NEW YORK, Dec, 22

A New York radio station to
day broadcast a Tokyo message
saying that Communist China has
rejected the three-man United
Nations committee proposal for a}

| cease-fire in Korea

The message said that the re-
jection was contained in a broad-
cast by the Chinese Communist
Foreign Minister Ghou En-Lai
over Peking radio. The Foreign
Minister rejected the proposal as
“unlawful” because the Chinese}
Communists did not participate in
the committee’s formation,

—Reuter

100,000 Killed
In 12 Months

HONG KONG, Dee, 2!

The Chinese Communist regime

, apparently is setting the stage for

In the second day of the
Second Test Match between
England and Australia at
Melbourne, England scored
126 for the loss of 7 wekets
in reply to Australia’s Ist

Returns

MR. FRED BETHELL, M.C.P.,
Junior Member for St. John in
the House of Assembly, returned







innngs total of 194. The
from New Zealand yesterday wicket was described as a
where he represented Barbados lively one, Scores follow:—
at a meeting of the British Empire Washbrook I.b.w., b
Parliamentary Association, Lindwall y am ag
Mr. Bethell told the Advocate Simpson c I. Johnson |
that the conference was a great b Miller ............ 4
success, Forty-two of the forty- Dewes c Miller b B
eight nations of the Common- Johnstone ....,.. ;
wealth were representéd and Hutton c Tallon b Iver-
there were eighty delegates in all son TW abide oo
The conference took place in Parkhouse c Hassett b
Wellington, and lasted for one Miller Fuad K 9
week Defence, emigration, Close c Loxton b Iver-
Parliamentary Government were son Tears eee
oe the items which were|| Bailey b Lindwalt' |... 12 |
threshed cut at the conference. | Brown not out on |
Mr. Bethell saicy he stressed the!| Extras a 48 |
it oO Y atior n behalf ¢ — |
it = : A tpl ‘ia j ; itr oi hat { Total for 7 wkts. 126 |
@ On Page 5 |

Western Powers Reply To







LONDON, Dec. 23 place to hold these preliminary
Britain, France and the United talks.
States told Russia today that they The Western powers made these
were prepared~ to explore with proposals in identically worded
her the | possibility of finding a notes delivered through their en-
basis for a conference of Foreign in Moscow today

Mimister: The British note said that the
British Government had always
But they added that the “nar- stood by the United Nations prin-
row basis’ of a conference on ciples for solving international
German demilitarisation as sug- problems by peaceful negotiation
gested in the Russian note of It said that Britain had “a
November 3 to which they were genuine desire to put an end to
replying did not hold cout the the existing international tension
} o ct of a ettlement, d will spare no effort to achieve

» 7B aid they were prepared Highiy desirable am end’,
| to assign representatives to find a It said that Britain would be
| mutually acceptable basis for a prepared to explore with the
meeting of the four Foreign Soviet, United States and French
| sters ar uggested that the Government the possibility of
| nited Natior Headquarters at finding ally acceptable
Lake Success would be the best basis for meeting of Foreign

a harsh new punitive campaign
,4gainst counter revolutionaires,
its name for anti-Communists
One tip came off in early De
;cember when an officially con
, trolled newspaper the Liberation
Daily in Shanghai scolded the
Red Government for being too
lenient toward: growing banditry
and discontent among the masses
The Communist newspaper dis-
closed that in the last 12 months
100,000 bandits had been wiped
out and 10,000 Nationalist agent

j rounded up in 2,000 cases of un-
But this was,

derground activity.
not enough

said,
It was time for Communist
authorities to come out of thei:
state of complacency and peacefi|
; thoughts and take sharper action
‘One Shanghai pape: said Americ:
\i8 a country without cultur
unless it is the culture of yellow
and the display of

liberation, the daily



journalism
} women’s legs in movie advertisc
| ments—(C.P.)

Russian Note

Ministers of the four countries.
But it said that the Russiar
note of last month “is not such a
to hold out the prospect of a real
settlement.” The note maintaine
that discussion of German demil
tarisation was not sufficient to re
move the present tension and said

“The only German military force ;

which exists at present is that

which has been for many months |

established in the Soviet zone anc
which is trained on military line
with artillery and tanks.”

The note then said that the re
cent discussion on the inclusion
of German units in the defence of
Western Europe was solely due to
Soviet policies which “have com-
pelled the other
examine all means of
thelr security” —Reuter.

improving



ground



Election
Results
Worthless

—RUSSIANS SAY

SE a later ecincegaitl

jclear of snow with continual

| Signs of heavy traffic.
EVERYBODY had packed Warships, warplanes and
the Antigua Recreatior artillery drew a curtain of death
| Grounds to hear pro around the Hungnam perimeter
|} gramme of Christma today holding off massed
Carols and Music by the Chinese and North Korean
Antigua Police Band forces, poised to strike into the

| Allied stronghold.
Reds Falter

Both fewt-bn the tam | A reported total of 110,000

: t porary |Communists streaming to the last

platform waved his bator | United Nations footholds on the

and down went the platform. 138th parallel faltered before the

| ee wet erat ae ee no and only sent forward
| oe ‘has ‘ : . a ma patrols

| lle'Sowateolt tenes |, cTsert and, destroyers. quar

all over the town. But the ||'8, the beachhead were joined

anaes rent a the j yesterday by deadly rocket ships

pouring rapid fire into Chinese
}and North Korean lines,

The deadly rain of fire created
a “no man’s land” in front of the
barbed wire entanglements and
Jentrenchments of United Nations
ground troops.

A few Communists who got
through the barge to test infantry
defences were cut down by
machinegun fire

Veteran artillery officers said
the barrage was as heavy as any-
thing in the second world war.

A North Korean woman. photo-
grapher was found dead on barbed

LONDON, Dee, 22. wire in one place, according to
The results in eight localities in | front line reports received here,

the Council elections in the larg-
est Republic in the Soviet Union
have been officially declared void

dressed in quilted green uniform.
She was found among dead troops.
She carried an ordinary dress in

because of “infringements of elec- | her pack and had a_ studio type

toral regulations’, Moscow Radio | camera

said today An Intelligence officer said that
Elections were not held in six|the rebuilt First North Korean

more district for inexplainea

reasons,,

The radio did not disclose what
the “infringements” were but said
fresh elections twill be held in all
“vacant” distritts

Elections for regional district
villages and “settlement” councils
took place on December 17

The percentage of the electorate

which turned out for the polling
in various districts ranged from
99.94 per cent to 99.97 per cent. A

Division had been positively iden-
tifled in action around the peri-
meter
They were well equipped with
arms, food and quilted uniforms
imilar to the Chinese he said.
Air Attacks

The Chinese now reported to
have moved into Hamhung six

e On Page 5
TELL THE ADVOCATE

total of 806,744 Councillors were THE NEWS
elected, 47.6 per cent of them Ring 13 Day or N’
Communist bloc candidates and ia Ez atone
the rest “non-party They h .

cluded 287,843 women PAYS FOR NEWS.

~~Reuter,

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Panib Calli

UDGING from the delicious

Here For Christmas

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1950.
7 am. The News;







AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)






SEE IT WITH SOMEONE
% SHOWS: TODAY
MATINEE: TODAY at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT TO TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.30
Warner Bros. New Picture showing for the

Samuel Goldwyn's

SATURDAY, DECEMBER

23,

1950



PLAZA Theatre—=RiDGETOWN

LOVE VERY MUCH!

1.30, 4.45 and 3.30 p.m

And Continuing DATLY at 4.45 and 8.30 p.m
(R.K.O0. Radio)

“OUR VERY OWN”

menus I have. seen at the

‘ 1 R. EDWARD de FREITAS, 4nalysis; 7.15 p.m. Close Down. 12 noon First Time in Barbados:
should ive no tack. a apes ‘food | . B.G. solicitor, arrived from i2ts = Gout oe Sean spon Te am Extra Special: The Musical Short “PIANO RHYTHM” with Jan AUGUST
obtainable for those who want to | BG. yesterday afternoon by terlude; 1.10 pm. Racing Results; “ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING —

B.W.1.A. accompanied by his son

pm. Radio Newsreel;








“SPECIAL MATINEE:

THIS MORNING 9.50 AM

= out ‘tonight » start the zou -_" . Freie, ue oe to Declares 3 pa. The New : Starring MILTON BERLE — VIRGINIA MAYO ee a Brecsot Saenger Double)
season. . | sister is Mrs E. 5. urrowes, i8 1 w ' K - with RUTH ROMAN — BERT LAHR faneé RICHMOND and Gloria W z in
dinner there is the Christ- already fn Barbados. They are 330° » a Sorak toon tae Seem mois .

mas Show at the Marine Hotel,
organised by Norman Wood which
begins at 9.30 p.m. This will be

staying with the Burrowés until
they leave by the Lady Boat a
few days after Christmas for B.G.

p.m. Starring Partners, 3.30 p.m. Sports

Review; 4 p.m, The News. 4.10 p.

The Daily Service; 4.15 pp Strike

the Music; 5 p.m, Listeners” Choice; 3,
Parade;













“DONT GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS”

ae en
Sidney TOLER as Charlie CHAN in

followed by dancing, music sup- B.G.’s Colonial Treasurer ».. , 5.30 p.m. Mu: 2
Solent, a the Dathodos ON. AND MRS. EF. isha, eso, pam Pml ane GAEETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES “DARK ALIBI

Aquatic Club there is a dance
which will feature a Potato Dance,
Balloon Dances, and a Spot Waltz
Of course there is dancing at
Club Morgan every night in-
cluding Christmas Eve and New
Year’s Eve each of which this
year falls on a Sunday.

MeDAVID arrived from B.G.
vesterday afternoon by B.W.1.A,
to spend Christmas in Barbados.
They are here for two weeks and
are staying at Edgewater Hotel,
Bathsheba

Mr. McDavid is Colonial Trea-
eurer in B.G.

Temple and
Vondyke Affair; 7 p.m, The News; 7.19
the ews; 1 i Sports am
the 3 7 mn.
mary; 8 pam. Radio Newareel
Do you remember, 8.30 p.m.
road; Pp
pm e
Editorials;
10.45 p.m. Ivor Moreton; 11 p.m, Close
Down.














“mM.
News;
10.15 p.m.









TODAY 4.30 p.m. (Warner's Double)
David Niven -- Jane Wyman in

“KISS IN THE DARK”

George Brent in

“GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN”



Its Fun A




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MIDNITE TONITE 23rd









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Big action Pictures

“MIGHTY JOE YOUNG”

Johnson, Robert Armstrong

entertainment !





= . = Tim HOLT in
At the Marine on Christmas Director of Agriculture aon ahs o true (A Monogram Double) |
Eve i beef dinner BIG “?EAPOT” The Bowery Boys with Johnny MACK BROWN in: “ 7 ”
: there is — ; R. AND MRS. EDWARD W. JOHANNESBURG Leo GORCEY in
ollowed ancing, am on LEACH were among the ; 4 lecithin lees ntenterrertingesnde lel titel sa
Christhas hay they are serving passengers arriving from Trini- ,,%,@ant tee-pot which will serve BOWERY BOMBSHELL & LAND of the LAWLESS Save your '% Tickets this Saturday Nite 28rd and next Saturday 2th at
tea in the ballroom. dad yesterday morning by oa ‘Tana eek cerns fee Hi tea 8.30 Show—you may win a “XMAS HAMPER”
" r ; ; E y s a mine ——————— = - —

Day too there is a dance B.W.1.A. to spend eleven days at oe “the Ea mesic hie sik SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY: 8.30 p.m; MATINEE SUNDAY 5 p.m. EO

at the Crane Hotel. Cacrabank. Mr. Leach is the Mere. g @ : Warner Bros. present:
Director of Agriculture in Trini- 70-gallon boilers and its own Dane CLARK; Raymond MASSEY; Ruth ROMAN in

1.C.T.A. Professor

R. AND MRS, CHARLES
LYNN ahd their daughter



dad. Their young daughter Eliza-
beth Mary accompanied them.

Belize is Cold
R. JOHN SUTTON, Telecom-

automatic measuring and serving
boxes. —C.P.

CROSSWORD *















































“THE BARRICADE”

Color by Technicolor.
MATINEE:

Ronald Patricia
REAGAN — NEAL in

SPECIAL TUESDAY 26T|

HS PM.
“BORDER G-MAN” and “TIMBER STAMPEDE” (Geerse O'RRIEN)














PLAZA Theatre m= 0)ST!N

TODAY 5 and 8.30 p.m

(Warner's Double)

1 BECAME A CRIMINAL





Trureday” tp spend. ing oo ‘tn t igre Engineer 9 7 - - JOHN LOVES MARY & with Sally Gray—Trevor Howard
: urned fror Beliz terd owns tines Pe al alpetneeinpoentitinnn thie wheats
Barba Mr. Lynn is a Profes- Trinidad by BWIA ne left cee on ee | MIDNITE TONITE SATURDAY 23RD (A Monogram Double)
sor of Agriculture at the Impe- here in early December. Belize, ||° | Pt te ee PEDO LPEESECESESS ESOS OSS ‘ 298%, The East Side Kids with TEX RITTER with his horse
ria) College of Tropical Agricul- he told Carib, is getting very cold, ii % , er sree vane on
ture. They are guests at Cacra- s | ware . j %
bank. The pon have been Staying With Friends , teed ba iead s h MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN & MAN FROM TEXAS
living in Trinidad for about one R. AND MRS. A. S. McART- Dee eT bd * e i a As ele fo a ell eerie at -
7 day by BWIA and with be | | Lo] 9 Lot 8 SUNDAY, MONDAY FUESHSY s'sed'NiM’pim. (Warner's Dov
scterday , < 4 > sud , , an i mm. arner’s ,
With T.L.L. eee nea he hag eee rT mia % 6, MARHILL STREET Sune HAVER — Gordon MeRAE. in —
McArtney is with the firm of | R : . e
NTIGUAN born George we gpWwARD de FREITAS arriv. J- W. Potter and Co., Ltd., in| Pe ed % OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TO SUNDAY MORNING LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING
Sutherland accompanied by 4 from B.G. yesterday with his son Port-of-Spain. They are staying | $ bah Color by Technicolor.
his wife are in Barbados for a paul to spend Christmas in Barba- with the Hills at “Roseview”, | aaa ' % ' “STRANGE ALIBI” with
holiday and are staying with Af dos. His wife is already here. Rockley TT 3
. Mr. 5 seein Arthur KENNEDY Ann PERRY
es ad EL, Regular Visitors Off to The U.S, Bs SPECIALS! SPECIALS! eiviaunsblss oapeasvomeeatammeemmmmntreee-boo or oe
Pa ss R. CECIL WOOD left for the Across % Save your % Ticket this SAT. Nite 23rd and next SAT. 30th at 8.30 Shows
Pointe-a-Pierre, and has been : es +e ea ; ©). ana ® Down. They wili never |X Roast Turkey He & Jug You may win “A XMAS HAMPER
living im Trinidad for about eight R. AND MRS. CHARLES A U.S. on Thursday via_An- make men. (3, 7) ‘ 1% = y am ug
ars JACK and their daughter tigua and Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A.| * and 7 Down. Funereal errand ; * sai a ~ PAIS VE
ares . 12 v, Night light. (7) | ¥ Shr Salk .
; Jucqueline returned to Trinidad oS oe there to the U.S. by| 11, Sfvangies unis ts not ‘right. (5) | & rimp Salad Rae a
: ‘ , 2S i F Mr fi. ER, 2. This a f re. (4 | :
B.W.LS.A's Asst Secretary yesteraay fy OB'W.LA. MPAA, styight years in Bar| Soule eo |S Almond Chicken EMPIRE ROYAL
R. GEORGE SKEETE, son of Ww. s. Robertson & Co., Ltd., a he ge .y to a his ie See atat het Titeble for the $ Wanton Sou eG. «% va 4
» i ng ‘ ar vis ws er and at s D z . Briefly a t 4) | 0
Mr C. C. Skeete, Director in San Fernando. Regular vit oin tigen ae le a canine gk yous ve To-day 4.45 & 8.30 and To-day 4.45 & 8.30 and
of Agriculture and Mrs. Skeete Bariados, ‘They were staying al Since March 24: Beles fOr 8 ChOMEE. 3) sort | —— Continuing Continuing
arti f Trinid estevda - age bi, Realahatinaai pane arc a ee O38. Fact. to) | Darryl F. Zanuck Presents Darryl F. Zanuck Presents
so ean tinided yerspena the Hote) Royal ISS THERESA GOMEZ who| ‘°? iat sed Richard Widmark, Linda “NO WAY OUT”
morn WTA. has been staying in Barbados| , py. © dd " oye AND FOR ENTER ; t Darnell Stephen McNally in
Sects wit, Renn lll Passed Exams with ‘Mr. and Mrs, J.C, Hum-| © iu re a Si Sinear. (a | RAT AINaT | NO WAY OUT Starring Richard Widmark
expect « 4 phrey of St. Leonard’s venne, | + Buna intendea no duunt. (% 2 Lind:
5 ‘ RS. BRUCE MARSHALL. since March leaves for Trinidad | ’ Boese ts mouse with n. and © l% A Recorded Musical Program for the whole nite With Stephen a monauy ana
Mr. Skeete is the Assistant Sec- Secretary to the Branch to-day. She is the daughter of | » somebody slipped up. (3) > with Sidney Poitier—Mildred Sidn
g v vy © ey Pointier
retary to the B.W.IS.A. with Manager B.W.I.A. tells me that Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gomez of | { 3ee 4 Across. = 8 See 1 Across Bs Joanne Smith and Harry Co
headquarters in Trinidad. her husband has passed all his Port-of-Spain, , y; ae niet ew, Kate 18s 1% Bellaver To-Nite At Mid-Night
Wedding Sa leas ahciving ‘Oto where Canadians in B.G. [71 Se ae eee ee HAVE FUN — Dine on the Best Foods Republic Whole Serial :
R. CLAUDE RAMSAY, son "It is expected that Mr. Marshal! ]Y[™ AND MRS. P. MeCARTIN | ji. ft lends to (salute ne’ well ae TR AND To-Nite At Mid-Night “ZORRO’S BLACK
of Mr. G. D. Ramsay, Sénior will be coming out early next year Saree ee ah catlanioe te } Write Up the eat 14) $
soee tea Atriccttore ahd Mar BW.LA. to. spend two weeks in|, *watiauite Gi Ua | MERRY CHRISTMAS er. WHIP ”
Ramsay, was married on Wednes- Talk Of The Town rch en it ooraee’t ta “— Htokd. 15° Oratna 22" Mined” 28 Not |S , ‘ ‘“*MARX BROTHERS Starring:
day to Miss Gabrielle Dowrich, yd stons Ltd. BA, Glint: 45. Sent ine 1 18 Dial 4730 For Reservation ” George J. Lewi:
daughter of Mr. R. B. Dowrich HE TALK of St. John’s Georgetown, Canadians, they | Kwara ex evatec var % AT THE CIRCUS ewis and Linda
former Headmaster of All Saints’ I Antigua this Ghetsisess is a orn living Rs B.G. re two | ing: 10. Vacant 12 e ne | #FSGGGSG4S9S5S59S5S9S9555555569555559559559955949 ___, Berling
Boys’ host and Mrs. Dowrich, ; A cen e pn ‘he oer ye rs. ey are staying at Cacra- | AND To-morrow Night At Mid Nite
at St. Mary’s Church. The cere- mane ae flight rN Barbados. bani: : | la i te 9 Republic Double aes
mony was conducted by the Rev. With, Barclays Bank SENG NG NG NN NN NN Ns NN NN BIG JACK ne
r. K, A. B. Ss. ini isi Abe “ae! eCONNEY, son oa i Paces be ee i \D ;
Martinique Visitors dal ge aged Mew s wits ‘Waibean Mitey 408 NEGADES OF THE SENORA

The Bride was given in mar-

' MONG THE PASSENGERS

MeConney of “Frankville”’, Christ

Xmas Festivities

Richard Conte







and

riage by her father. She wore a “ ra. "HAIR abeich, ; B i
dress of brocaded sheer trimmed arriving from Martinique on fihurch, arrived from BWIA’ to Holiday PLAINSMAN AND TH
= ee saat te ad ~~ head- ee Se cae ene spend Christmas with his family THE BARBADOS AQUATIC ROXY E LADY
ress was kept in place by roses It anc rv BCO Mone has been living ii BG. far bas with Wild Bi
t Maddy Dubois. Mrs. Ernoult's )ODY Das & -G. for CLUB : -day to Wed. 4.30 and 8.15 oe Bill Elliott
oa Poors >. ee daughter Mrs. Seriot is at present Shaw Se a detest hak (Members Only) Festivities To-day to ab etle Se Mipsis bial hah lake cite
in Barbados on holiday with her \ ; : e Eagle Lion Big Double 4
Bestthan was Mr. Oliver V. daughter and they are all guests ro re expects to be Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and OLYMP IC
Chandler. The reception was held at the Hastings Hotel. Thera “°'® fOr @ Month. DINNERS will be served in Akim Tamiroff To-day and i 4
at Whitehall. will be quité a French family B.G. Timber Oe Seem een? aud Start in y aad ewpertew 4.45
} * * athering there for Christmas, (SATUR ) between ;
With Caroni Rnother arrival from Martinique R. CHRIS MORLEY and Mr. 9 o'clock THE CORSICAN First Instalment Republic
R. KEITH ROBERTS wh also at the Hastings Hotel is Mr. Dadlishaen whe ane oleh ue e TO-NIGHT Serial
0 18 G ie Lahoussaye who is Mana- = shine} . e
with Caroni Lid.’s Research tet of Pan American Airways B.G ‘Timber Co. arrived from PRICE $2.50 " BROTHERS KING of the ROCKET
Departmen: vi ere ster- i i : «G. , .W.I.A.
day by ovIA. i cent . Branch in Martinique spend a holiday in Barbados. They VERY SPECIAL MENU and MEN
couple of weeks’ ‘holiday with G. O. &. Arrives are staying at the Hotel Hastings. at THE COUNT of
his family in Hindsbury Road. RIGADIER E. K. PAGE, For B.G. Holiday DANCING from 10 p.m. to Starring:

Travelling Auditor



G.O.C., Caribbean Forces, and
Mrs. Page arrived from Trinidad
yesterday by B. Col.

R. COLIN WEEKES, one of
the Customs Officers at Sea-
well, was among the passengers

3 a.m.

e
Potato Dance, Balloon Dance,



MONTE CRISTO

CLUB MORGAN

Starring Robert Donat

Tristram Coffin — Mae Clarke
With Don Haggerty ana
House Peter

R. AND MR&. GERALD de jichelin, 0.C. Local Forces, Lieut. leaving for B.G. yesterday after- and Spot Waltz, for which t To-Ni i
FREITAS left for Trinidad Colonel J. Connell, O.C. Barbados noon by B.W.I.A, He has gone Prizes will be given ; XMAS EVE To-Nite At Mid-Night Re ah sige At Mid-Night
rere. aaa ae 7 A he Regiment, Major M a a ohare a . nme ao. 4 ry XM BEG Fresents oe er
where they spen ristmas. Cox, Adjutant, Barbados Regi- Stoute, who ts on the staff of the Songs and Guitar Music by * | z sO
ha deFreitas is one of the ment, and Staff Officer, Lowel | Barbados Hardware, was another a ‘Mr. A. Howard t AS NIGHT & OLD YEAR'S NIGHT “BOOM TOWN” CRIMSON GHOST”
er chine Co's Forees, were at Seawell to meet} passenger on the same plane. A Speci Starring:
Sic cnmeients Gaeta awe . f Special Holiday Dinner from 8 to 11 p.m. i ig
Travelling Auditors them, _— a 8 ‘ay for Tickets 2/ Supper served throughout the night. Wome pnd sy oe an ne |
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|
ji ’ THE NIGHT
| WITH BERTIE HAYWARD’S BAND S HATS! BALLOONS! NOISEMAKERS!!! To-day 5.00 and 8.30 and Continuing over
For Dinner Reservations—8496 2 Wy TO GREET the Holidays :
a | % Hs 2 THE CPE “RESO ee ee. LO Ea a
lary tums to the house and may keep jis basket as a rev URS D : NEW YEAR ER
feaches a nice little basket,“ Things ame you stil have év6ry one a | OPEN 24 HO A DAY 5 Beier 50 DEN OF A THOUSAND THIEVES!”
heve been so exciting that | almost a 5 bee hem,” TAGE ih CASUARINA CLUB Dance $1.00 RENDEZVOUS FOR ROMANCE!
fix what you realy came here i filled right to the top he ° r * .
got ; f j Members t ve
for,"’ she laughs. ‘‘ Now thar the father joins them, and gether ‘ wemvers DAV~ a
: i ho they go to a secret doorway to bid Next to (** Cable Station, St. Lawrenee f ing Dinner
den has been pur right | hope y # } > Reservati
by I shan’t be contrary any more. farewell to Rupert and teil him the vations
has all been your doing, #0 you shortest way back home, will be assur-
4LL RIGHT” BRBERVED POSSESSION OS ed of ; heir
rence saint 7 een saa niaepseiesninnmiahela ranean teeter ene tables
pote i | throughout
} > the night.
. Please make
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i ; early—
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ATURDAY, DECEMBER

Canada
Wants More
Settlers

OTTAWA
hile Canada’s population nears
14,000,000 mark towards the
‘of 1950, immigration author-
§ are deeply concerned about



decline in the flow of im-
fants from Europe
he number from the United

#dom declined 46 per cent. in
first nine months of 1950—the
period for which figures were
Hable. The number of
Srants from atl countries
ing the period dropped 28 per
& There were 54,250 from all
atries, ineluding 9,804 from
in.
he decreases led the govern-
it to ease immigration restric-
8, to subsidize the air passage
Snigrants from Europe and to
i top officials from the _im-
fation department to Europe
study what could be done to
ease the movement of new
fens to this country.
nmigration Minister Walter
Tis announced early in Decem-
that through arrangements
1 the government-operated
as—Canada Air Lines, pros-
ive emigrants from Europe
qd book an air passage from
United Kingdom to Canada at
wt to themselves of not more
t $160—the equivalent of a
ist-class passage by sea.
fe regular air fare from
ain to Montreal is $383. Under
new plan the government will
tburse T.C.A. to make up the
fence on all bookings
®. Harris said it was hoped
move would stimulate im-
‘ation. It had been taken in
r of the scarcity of North
Mtic shipping, a factor which
prevented many prospective
igrants coming to Canada
Study Ship Fares
: the same time, the depart-
f canvassed shipping com-
@s on the possibility of getting

igrants lower passage rates
Og the winter months.
September, the government

ad an 11-year-old immigration
against German Nationals
4 1938 the German Nationals
* considered enemy aliens and
* barred under immigration
lations

1 lifting the ban,
care would be
Nazi Party

Mr. Harris
taken to see
members and
munists are kept out of
ida. He could not estimate
many Germans might come
anada as a result of the gov-
tent’s action.
le need for more immigration
underlined in November
4 Premier Frost of Ontario
minced that his province
ned to bring 17,400 skilled
gers. They are needed on
‘o projects, in mines and for
ft work.—(CP)



‘ather Frost

VIENNA.
imgary's Santa Claus went up
chimney like so much smoke
ay
© generations young Hungar-
have been receiving their
‘gifts from a kindly old gent

call “Father Christmas.”
te Communist organ Magyar
zet announced in Budapest
from now on he'll be called
apo”’—Father Frost.
is will bring Hungarian
ffen_a little closer to Russia,
te ‘Ded Moros”—also Father
delivers the goods.

—INS



fficial Wool-Gathering

i NEW YORK:

Mouncing bureaucrats for

ig to stock enough wool for
r army uniforms, an official

ite report says: “While the

‘d was obviously doing

ty of wool-gathering, none
was for the stockpile.”



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Doctors

LONDON, Dec. 22

A new government order that
Britain’s hospitals should drop
some of their key men is causing
concern to the nationalized med-
ical profession.

The Health Ministry order per-
emptorily instrycts hospitals to
limit the number of registrars—
young doctors seeking wider
experience and higher posts by
working under medical special-
ists .

It is estimated that over 2,800

registrars are now employed in
British hospitals. The Health
hospitals. The Health Ministry

order that this figure should be
eut by over a 1,000.

Hospital officials were quick to
point out that such a move would
imperi] their efficiency; for apart
from doing the bulk of routine
work at hospitals, the registrars
assist surgeons at the Operating
table and deal with out-patients.

Doctors with hospital experi-
ence said that the Ministry’s
decision would lead to a fall in
the standards of treatment.

Sir Lancelot Barrington-Ward,
Surgeon to the King, commented

“To reduce registrars in the
extent proposed would be to
ruin the work of the hospitals.”

Other medical criticism of the
Ministry's edict came from
the fact that it will be extremely
difficult for the outsted registrars
to become general practitioners.

A member of Parliament, Dr.
Charles Hill, declared that the
Ministry’s decision will lower the
quality of service for some
years to come,

“It will be
can so expand
ranks as to get an
the number of specialists,”
declared, —INS.

Horse And Dogs
, s

Earn Easy Life

WINNIPEG.
Two shaggy dogs and an old
horse are living a life of leisure
here. Shep and Bounce, the col-
lies; and Rock, a_ 17-year-old
horse, inherited a $5,160 estate
when their mistress. Mrs. Elinor
Scott, died at Fisher Branch, Man.
friends of Mrs. Scott, who have
been taking care of the animals,
said the elderly farm woman had
lived alone with her pets for
many years. When they die, the
estate will go to the Fisher Branch

hospital.—(CP)

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“ How's the gladness and

Eskimos Rub
Noses Now
By DON TAYLOR
MOST travellers would tell you
that the happiest people in the
world to-day are the Eskimos.
In “Eskimo Summer’’* Douglas

Leechman, Canadian archaeolo-
gist, talks of the Eskimos he met

during a few months in Northern
Labrador.
There is the Eskimo woman

Not much glamour here, in the
gruelling life of the Arctic.

And yet, despite her, voluminous |
and shapeless mass of clothing,
she seems feminine enough.

At one dance Leechman attend-

ed the Eskimos danced the square |

dances introduced years ago by
Scottish whalers. The tunes came
mainly from the same source.

Most Eskimo girls (and men)
have beautiful teeth—-and at one
time went in for tattooing as a
decoration.

They Love Shawls

The women ivve to buy things
from the white man’s stores, par-
ticularly brilliant-hued shawls.

Leechman gave the two women
in the family he stayed with bits
of jewellery and a compact each,
“complete with mirror, powder,
and puff.” They were delighted.

The old habit of rubbing noses
on meeting friends is, apparently,
dying out. But the Eskimo loves
shaking hands at any opportunity.
Nose-rubbing is a “gentle ap-
proach of one face to the other,
as though they were about to kiss.

“The noses barely touch, if at
all, and there is a gentle intake
of breath, as though sniffing.”

A film shew both baffled
fascinated the Eskimos.

Horses, trains, motor-cars they
could not understand, for they
had never seen them, But Mickey
Mouse was a success

One old lady laughed so much
she was carried out.

Children have a great time; the
word “don’t” is rarely used.

But football matches going on
until midnight in the Midnight
Sun can be somewhat exasperat-
ing, Leechman found.

“Danger and courage”’
kevnotes of the
ence

Their virtues
vices few.

and

are the
Eskimos’ exist-
their

are many,

*“Eskimo Summer,”
Leechman,
net.

by Douglas
Museum Press. 15s.

—L.ES.





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giant” and the way things are going he could be right. Wear and Ale
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| to many great cities— -traffic jams. Brushes, brooms and mops
Sprawling London with its main factor. Authorities tried a Buttons
narrow, haphazard streets spread parking ban on most central Goggles, spectacles and parts
over 117 square miles, is becom- roads, but motorists still had to Toys and Dolls
ing, at least in downtown areas, park some place and the idea Pens, pencils and parts including fountain pens
F place of three speeds—slow, isn’t making much headway Confectionery
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Traffic moves bumper—to- summonses a year for street ob- Bottle caps
| bumper, causing grey hairs among struction, 0 ’ SAPs
drivers and pedestrians alike, It Here are some sidelights on the Men's hats ;
often takes up to an hour at busy traffic situation. Tron Bedsteads and springs
times to travel from the bottom 1. Lord Lucas, representing Feather Pillows
of the Strand to Piccadilly—a 30- the transport ministry, said he is Domestic Glassware
minute journey on foot, It’s even at his “wits’ end”. Machinery
station around busy Waterloo «if you slowed up London Raw Materials
sti ‘ raffic any , > 2 .
Traffic trouble is nothing new ue otanaben a wane a Mattresses
to London. It started when the 5 be ah Fresh Apples
t started n the things will get worse—There’s no ;
horseless carriage began appear- goubt about that.” Cocoa Preparations
{ing in streets originally designed ; Malt
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more crowded every year. staged a “tortoise-and-hare’”’ race Pickled & Salted Meat
Two British newspapers are among a taxi, a private automo- Returns should be submitted not later than the 31st December,
carrying daily stories in a cam- bile, a cyelist and a runner, Over] 1950
paign for traffic reform and have a 3\4-mile course from Liverpool wns
thrown their columns open to Street to Piccadilly the man on :
comments from readers the bicycle was first and the Separate returns must be submitted for Food and Non-Food items.
Taxi-drivers blame the buses, private motorist last 6th December, 1950.
bus-drivers blame the taxis and 8. Another newspaper noted
private cars, and the pedestrian that you can fly from London to Controller of Supplies,
blames everybody but himself. Paris faster than you can travel 16,12,60.~-2n,
Parking a Factor from one end of the city’ to an-
Parking is agreed to be ene other,
r
ARMED PEACE ALONE Health Centre Will
A RING SECURITY G s hei.
uard Against Flu
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 22 "
“Individual and collective tv GENEVA, Dec, 21
security can only exist through The world influenza zentre is
a system of armed peace” General guarding against the danger of an
Cordeiro De Faria said here today influenza epidemic as that of 1918
in a speech which is regarded as ¥ hich took some 20,000,000 lives.
one of the most important pro- Through the newly created in-
nouncements recently made by a ternational network of laborator~
military spokesman on his coun- headed by the World Centre,
try’s position in the face of the 2 18 now possible to keep closer
international situation. watch on the spread of the disease.
Speaking to army and navy The World Influenza Centre

officers graduating from superior

was set up in 1947 by the World
war schools of which he is direc-

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worded attack on Communism by Broek Chisholm, formerly
and its ideals of world domin- Canadian Deputy Health Minister,
ation.-Reuter

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Printed Adveents Lté., Broaé St. Bridgetown.
aa > LONDON, Dec. 15.
Saturday, December 23, 1950 Clement Atilee scurried into
sit the House of Commons just three
and a haif minutes late. He had
cv _ anee
flown from New York, arrived
TWELVE PLANES . _New York,
in the morning, called on the
THE announcement that twelve planes King, concocted a short state-
will land at Seawell airport to-day is an rt Dl ume nobles aie
indication of the progress made since it schoolboy who couldn’t think of
: he SA a ee ‘ i an excuse.
was decided to make Seawell * modern What he had to say, however,
airport capable of accommodating large was none too exciting. Our
. Prime Minister has a way of
aircraft. , making important statements in
Air services in Barbados have moved far a vague and uninspired tone #
ae = re af. 10% aa voice. This, of course, is a tradi-
and fast from the days of 1930 when the tion in English politics. It 1s said,

arrival of a plane was the occasion for an
unofficial holiday.

One year ago Trans-Canada put Barba-
dos on the map and the expenditure on
the runway which now bears comparison
with many of those to be found in bigger
countries has yielded returns beyond the
fondest hopes of those who advocated it.

In recent months several lines have
made application to the Government for
permission to come to Seawell and with
the other improvements proposed to be
made there, it is likely that there will still
be further applications,

It is satisfying however to find that with-
in a short time of the modernising of the
airport there has been so great an increase
in traffic. Included in to-day’s arrivals
are world airliners which connect Seawell
with world airports that cater to the air-
lines linking up the big cities. Besides
these there are those from Venezuela al-
ways welcome in our midst. In the sum-
mer months Venezuelans were persuaded
to come to this island and so satisfied are
they that many are spending their winter
holiday here as well.

The net result of a new runway at Sea-
well is that there will be more employment
and more money in circulation. Some of
the dollars which we need to purchase
items outside the sterling area will be
earned by the services rendered to these
visitors. With better forms of advertising
there might even be an increase on the
present air traffic. Barbados with an
up-to-date airport, and good hotel, accom-
modation might become the gateway to
the South. To-day’s twelve planes are
en omen for the future.

Charity

THIS will be the happiest Christmas in
years for many of the charitable societies
in Barbados. A distinguished visitor to
the island who shall be nameless has been
most generous in playing the role of Fairy
God-mother and many a Cinderella will
get to the ball (metaphorically speaking)
as a result.

The people of Barbados have maintained
a spirit of giving which is not always ap-
preciated by visitors from abroad. The
merchant of Bridgetown regards Christ-
mas as a season of more giving not the
season of giving. There is hardly a month
in the year, indeed hardly a week when
someone does not come with cap in hand
or pencil sharpened at both ends to collect
a subscription for some charity or other.

It is doubly weleome then to find that
visitors to this,island are joining in this
ancient and honourable tradition of giving.

It is indeed one of the noblest of pastimes
and it is for the giver the best form of
insurance since there is authority for say-
ing that he is more blessed.

Charity, as the saying goes, begins at
home. That has been proved in the case
of Barbados by the very large numbers of
organisations which’ have been founded to
perform acts of charity. But charity will
always welcome help from abroad and
this wonderful example of the distin-
guished philanthropist in our midst ought
to act as a goad to remind others; in the
words of Freya Stark, how rich an oppor-
tunity for alms giving is presented in this
little island. May the number of our
philanthropists be increased, may all those
who can but who have not yet given, give,
and may God grant them all and us a
happy Xmas.





for instance, that when Stanley
Baldwin announced the pre-war
Anglo-French Entente with the

phrase. “Britain’s frontiers now
stand on the Rhine,” he left a
‘ong pause before the word

Rhine, said “er” twice and scur-
ried around among his papers as
if he had lost the frontier. In
that tradition, this week, a car-
toonist draws Mr. Attlee saying,

1 have to announce ahem
-that the world can be expected
—er—to come to an end tomor-
row.”

When he came back from
Washington, Clement Attlee knew
he had to face a confused con-
course of politicians who had put
a great deal of faith in his visit.
So he elevated a kind of verbal
lightning conductor with its
prongs pointing towards the two
most highly-charged clouds. One
loud might be labelled, “Atom
— &@ Nasty mushroom-
haped cloud and the other
‘belied “MacArthur”. The light-
ning conductor, this little speech,
as designed to ease the elec-

cal tension, It succeeded. But,

s so often happens, the most
riking political speeches of the
eek have come from Winston
hurechill. He has had the wits

criticise General MacArthur’s

nduct without widening Anglo-
smerican differences. He has
ilkked some sound sense on the
itom bomb without rousing vio-
ent emotion, Every time Winston
Churchill rises, the political com-
mentators now wonder whether
they can glean from his speech
what the Government's policy
will be next week. (In this con-
ext I am reminded of the story
of Churchill's
Attlee as a
clothing.’’)

of
in sheep’s

description
“sheep

* * *

This week's political witicism:
There are 615 M.P*s. 614 are
meglomaniacs, and the other one
ts Aneurin Bevan — we have no
classification for him. This was
we by Mr, Beverly Baxter,

P.

* * ”

Some trans-Atlantic _ tipsters
have decided that Tom Dewey
will run again as Presidential
candidate in 1952 as he is the
only politician in America who

has successfully developed 4a
television personality. Probably
Franklin D. Roosevelt was

elected President three times in
succession because he developed
the greatest broadcast person-
ality of any politician of all time?





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Attlee At The End

By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

Does this justify Dewey running
for President a third time?

On this side of theâ„¢ Atlantic,
none of our political leaders, hus
yet acclimatised himself to tele-
vision, I fancy Herbert Morrison
is the only leading labour poli-
tician who could attempt it,
although Aneurin Bevan might
try without knowing that he
looked rather more than life size
in a sitting-room. On the Con—
servative side, I doubt whether
Anthony Eden could transfer his
charming platform manner to the
demands of the television cam-
era. But two minor characters on
the Westminster stage — Bob
Boothby, the Tory, and Michaei
Foot, the Socialist — have been
putting themselves over suecess-
fully in telecasts. Both, of course,
have the advantage of few poli-
tical responsibilities on their
shoulders so they can put aii
their weight into weekly debat-



MR. CLEMENT ATTLEE

ing matches in front of the camera.
Boothby, who wrote his autobi-
ography under the title, “I Fight
to Live”, is a Tory with unortho-
dox views and a way of criticis-
ing his own party as well as his
Opponents. He has fought for
British unity with Europe and
against British dependence on
America; he is a member for
the fishing city of Aberdeen and
so tells the House of Commons
about herrings. He was once in
a Conservative Government, but
prefers the freelance pleasures of
a backbench orator.

The latest problem before Brit-
ish television is how to do a pro-
gramme about books. Sir William
Haley, the Director-General of
the B.B.C.,

reading books. Apparently he
means that one can stimulate the
ther. According to a _ recent
survey, however, 2 percent of
television viewers try to read at
the same time.

= * *

The promising young man
making the highest book sales in
the Christmas season with his
new book was alive two hundred
yenrs ago. James Boswell, the
self-centred biographer of Samuel
Johnson has recently had _ his
memoirs of how to be a rake
around town published—with
great success. The critics say
this man will go far, ard they
are anxiously awaiting his next
work—with greater seriousness
we trust. For myself, I am
thankful Boswell isn’t alive to-
day to be advised by the literary
critics. He would probably be
hired by “The New Yorker” and
an American publishing house tc
do a tour of Spain or Greece or
Turkey. As it was he took his
own tour round the Hebrides,
and met Samuel Johnsen whose
sour attitude to women contrasted

sharply with Boswell’s young-
mannish gaiety.
* + *

Since Bernard Shaw died, all
kinds and manners of men have
been writing obituaries, tributes,
afterthoughts, persona! ceflec
tions, and now we have almost
reached the “I was Bernard
Shaw’s barber” stage. i prefer
the story of a Dublin dustman
who lost £16 in erecting a plaque
on the house where George Bern-
ard Shaw was born in Syne
Street, Dublin, in 1856. The dust-
man who loved Shaw in Dublin
is a_ bitter reflection on the
Republic of Ireland which put
a silk tophat on its leading poet—
W. B. Yeats and called him a
Senator; this Dublin that daren't

claim Shaw. The dustman
thought his £16 well lost for
Shaw invited him to Ayot St.

Lawrence and the tablet is the
famous one that was written by
Shaw and ends with the word
“in”. The schoolchild’s rules of
English grammar provide that a
preposition is a bad word te
end a sentence with. The stone
mason who was charged with
cutting Shaw’s inscription wrotc
a most polite letter to the play-
wright calling attention to this
ultimate preposition. Shaw wrote
back to tell him that English
grammar was made for man and
that in any case that he, Shaw.
was 90 and that these rules were
something he could not put him-
self out to.

* “ *

“Quo Vadis” is coming. The

said the other day monster film with Peter Ustineyv

that the ordinary broadcast pro- as Nero has been produced in

grammes could not find a man
who could talk about books with
sufficient gusto. As for television;
—a book programme on television
has not yet been attempted. Ac-

Rome regardless of expense, and
the Italian siesta. The best news
we have of it is that Hollywood
has taken the question mark our
of “Quo Vadis?” as they say

cording to Sir William watching there is no question about where

television need nét compete with

“Quo Vadis” is going.



‘Self-Government And Freedom
(*Hetrayal In India” By D.F. Karaka=Gollancz)

LONDON.

IN 1947, when prices were
rising and food was short, the
Government of (India removed
controls from foodgrains. Con-
trols had first been imposed in
1942, and though in some areas
they had been ineffective, they
saved others from the most
serious consequences of the loss
of India’s overseas supplies. Eight
months after removing controls,
the government was obliged to
reimpose them because specu-
lation and shortage had raised
prices beyond the reach of the
mass of Indians.

It may seem strange that Mr.
Nehru's government, thought at
the time by many outside India
to be “left”, should have taken
this attitude towards the food
problem of the people, In
Britain, in similar circumstances
Conservatives -would not hesitate
anymore than Socialists, to make
controls more rigorous. But
Mahatma Gandhi supporti:
abolition of the control of food,
counselled: “It unmans the people
and deprives them of initiative:
it undoes the teaching, of self-
help . . . it makes them spoon-
fed.” Mr. Gandhi’s own saintly
character misled him when he
estimated the consequences of
abolition. But ig he could not
foresee the speculation that would
flourish, there is no doubt, thet
like a large number of Congress

leaders, he considered all re-
straints on private business
wrong.

We can now see in practice
what self-government means for

Reviewed By E. B. Timothy

India in the economic sphere.
The picture, of course, is neither
clear nor simple, and little atten-
tion has been paid to this aspect
of Mr. Nehru’s_ policy. But
“Betrayal in India” by an Indian
Journalist, though not pretending
to be- complete, gives evidence
enough that the present govern-
ment of India, so far from solving
India’s economic difficulties, is
constantly faced with strikes, and
:n spite of the immense personal
prestige of the Prime Minister. is
losing support among those who
hoped that independence would
mean economic change. -

“The common man of India says
Mr. Karaka, “thought that with
the installation of an _ Indian
government at New Delhi .a
millenium would be ushered in.
He had traced all our troubles to
our state of dependence, and
believed that in a free India
poverned by our own leaders,
these troubles would end, The
monies made by the sweat of
Indian labour would henceforth
stay in the country and be cir-
culated back to the people.
To-day, this same Indian is bit-
terly disillusioned, for his plight
is worse than it ever was,”

These are the words not of 9
Socialist or Communist, but a
Liberal, deeply convinced of the
necessity of Indian independence,
yet concerned that the govern-
ment’s totalitarian attitude in
politics, and imecompetence and
corruption in economic matters,

will reproduce in India the story
of China.

Congress itself has drawn
attention to one aspect of India’s
economic weakness, In January,
last year the President issued a
wise directive, which among
other things warned the party of
the serious effect of the participa-
tion of members in the black
market, and noted that “not
seldom is a place on transpor ae
tion committees, cloth licensing
boards and allied bodies abused
so as to secure privileges and
profits for the members or their
friends.”

Mr. Karaka’s conclusion is
emphatic, In two years Congress
has “proved itself more re-
actionary, more corrupt, more
capitalist more intolerant, and
at times, even more oppressive
than . the’ British” This
is not the view of one who
wants the British back, or who
did not want them to leave. It
is the bitter, no doubt exaggerated
criticism of his own government.
by a man who hoped everything
from it.

Whether one fully accepts Mr
Karaka’s picture or not, a study
of it is instructive both tor
those who to-day misunderstand
Colonial nationalism, and _ for
Colonial nationalists themselves
The former can learn that
nationalism in subject peoples
does not necessarily mean accep-
tance of the Communist ideology.
The latter can learn the lesson
Mr. Karaka himself suggests—
that to make a nation free is not
in itself enough to make free the
individuals who comprise it.



My Elderly

Aunt

Hy Hazel May

LONDON, Dec. 15,

The trouble about a film like the newly-
released “King Solomon’s Mines”, for Colo-
nials is that all one’s English relations take
it as gospel truth—a sort of documentary on
life in the Colonies. Take your elderly
aunt to it, and you will never again dissuade
her from the idea that your daily route to
office does not lead you thigh-high through
swamp seething with hungry crocodiles.

It was rather saddening to reflect that in}
21 years in Africa one had not seen half of |
the game that Deborah Kerr stumbled across_
in one technicolor morning. And with a
Stewart Granger safari you never by any
chance go round a swamp: Oh no! Just
plunge in, bullock carts and all! The one
realistic note in the whole film is the ex-
pression on those bullocks’ faces.

The film has not had a good reception by
the critics. They all agree, however, that
if you forget that there ever was a book
called “King Solomon’s Mines” which this
film is supposed to represent, then you may
find much to enjoy in it.

Personally, I think this film will be ap- |

preciated overseas, because the all-time low
in the acting standard is offset by the ex-
cellence of the animal shots. I have seen
nothing comparable to them before in any
film, American or British. They are action
shots taken at the most dramatic moments
in animal life.

The film opens with a terrifyingly vivid
shot of the shooting of an enormous bull
elephant, and the pandemonium which
breaks out in the herd as the great form
crumbles to the ground. There is a com-
pletely authentic and brilliant shot of a
stampede from a bush-fire, one of the most
terrifying spectacles that one can witness.
I have seen it myself, and can vouch for
the accuracy of the photography. There is
a remarkably realistic close-up of an angry
leopard making short work of Deborah Kerr’s
sleeping tent, which made me feel that the
photographers must have taken out a good
number of life policies before they went on
location.

British administrators in many Colonies
will find joy in Stewart Granger’s extremely
funny version of Key-Swahili as She is
Spoke. The African members of the cast
must have had a hard time keeping a straight
face. I also found myself wondering how
the cameramen managed to overcome the
native superstition which holds that the
devil himself lives in every camera, and that
the lense is the incarnation of the evil eye.
The rural tribes are usually exceedingly
camera-shy in Kenya, and some very strong
form of bribery must have been found to

induce them to pose, and even act, in the
film,

There were some strange effects jn the
technicolor, notably Stewart Granger’s sun-
burnt face, which looked rather like a white
tennis shoe badly cleaned with brown boot-
polish. They somehow achieved the authen-
tic, strange blue-green which is the general
effect of the East African bush country how-
ever, and the particularly glaring effect of
the sun at high noon.

Anyone who knows East Africa will have
a fascinating time picking out famous land-
marks against phoney Elstree painted sets.
There is, for example, a magnificent shot of
Mount Kenya’s twin peaks superimposed on
a surrealist Elstree desert which resembles
the sort of picture one finds on the
date-carton.

Perhaps the most authentic thing of all is
the sound-track. The sound of crickets,
bull-frogs, a distant hyena, and other bush
noises is guaranteed to make any exiled
Colonials want to take the next boat home.

top of a

Are You Learning To Fly

. Well, here we are in the cockpit
flying round the airfield at 1,000ft.
for our most important lesson:
landing.

We have just taken off beauti-
fully,

You opened the throttle slowly;*
and remembered to use your rud-
der coarsely to keep her straight
when the plane was going slowly.
more gently when she gathered
speed. You moved the stick for-
ward ... The tail event up. .
you glanced at your airspeed,
@ased the stick back—and at 60
she was off.

Very. good. And your turns are
improving. Now we'll go and land.
I’ve got her,

No matter from which direction
W@ approach the airfield we circle
it to the left.

We turn over the airfield and
look down at the signal square,
No special signals out

We look at the wind T and
it is parallel with a light strip of
grass where a metal runway used
to be. We will land along it

Round we go downwind. How
far we fly downwind depe: on
the wind strength. If it’s
we go-a shorter way; but we must
go far enough to lose our height

see

HUTTE

Always crreie th

i> airftela
to the ie:t,

during the fly-in.

All right—I’m turning across
wind now. As I do so I throttle
hard back and glide steadily at 65
miles an hour.

Now here we need all our alert-
ness and judgment. We must
watch the airfield, watch our air-
speed, and watch for planes.

And we must do our final turn-in
at the exact height that will allow
us to glide down steadily to the
near end of our “runway.” Take
a look now at the diagram above.

Now I can see we're going to
land hort of the airfield—or
“under-shoot"—unléss we do
omething

We can’t stretch our glide—so I



(o all

out for

a happy
we landing

—with Wing-Commander
PAUL RICHEY, D.F.c. f

o .

Sea naweone'

must open the throttle a bit t
pull us along. That's right—we’ll
make it now, so I’ll throttle bacir
and glide again.

As we cross the airfield boundary
I start to ease the nose up. We
lose speed and start to sink gently.
We're ten feet up at 50 miles an
hour—six feet at 47— back and
back comes the stick—and at 45
we stall softly on to the ground
and run along it.

All I do now is keep the stick
back and keep her straight until
she stops. We've landed.

Next week

What to do if you
“overshoot.”

—L.E.S

Our Readers Say : Surely the longer one stays in peaceful settlement among na-
Barbados. the more convinced tions, but we who travelled to
Wonderland one becomes that this island is Bethlehem by the spirit of good-

To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—Might I be permittea to
add my three cents worth to the
complaint made by H, D. J. in
regard to the congestion of the
main road in front of the Hast-
ings and Ocean View Hotels. 1!
would also like to inelude the
Royal Hotel in this same com-
plaint.

Recently I had the interesting. D.

experience of driving up to the
Ocean View Hotel to pick up
some Canadian friends who were
staying there, but was unable to
find room to stop my car while
I went into the hotel to get them.
due to the close congestion vi
hired cars all along the front
of the hotel. I then drove on &
‘he Hastings Rocks and stopped
my car in the area studded off
for parking. As I left the car to
walk back to the hotel, a police-
man informed me that the area
where [ had placed my car was
reserved for hired cars and wes
not for use by private cars. There
was not a single hired, or other
car for that matter, parked within
this studded area, so I asked the
policeman if he could find me a

nlace to stop my car near the
Ocean View Hotel, but he said
that was a matter outside his

control, I would add, in justice
to him, that he then gave me
permission to leave my car in the
studded area while I fetched my
friends out of the hotel

the original ee Wonderland.

2 B. ICK.
Hastings,
December 19, 1950.

The Carol Service
To the Editor, The Advocate,—

SIR,—I would like to record my
absolute disgust over the Christ-
mas Carols’ Recital at St. Mich-
ael’s Cathedral on Tuesday, 19th

ecember.

_ Since when does one book seats
in a church for an occasion like
this? Have we at last reduced our
churches to the status of cinemas?
I may add that fully one-third of
the available room downstairs was
barred to the general public. f
Was told on enquiring that these
seats were reserved” apparently
for the chosen few.

DISGUSTED.

Green es

To the Editor, The Advocate ,—

SIR,—Be so kind as to allow me
to send a word of greeting once
more to my people, who assemble
every Sunday night Under the
Green Trees in Fairchild Street
for spiritual benefits,

The past year in Barbados has
been a blessing to us in many
ways. We are yet spared from
the horrors of pestilence and storm
although in other parts of the
world there is much disturbance.

Statesmen and _ representatives
of all nations are travelling thous-
ands of miles from their countries
to meet each other with a hope of
attaining an understanding for a

will will have received an under-
standing and accepted that Peace
which only comes from “the Prince
iat” ie y offered to all
nations, ndred tongue:

peoples, tr

It is our desire and fervent
prayer that the oneness of love and
concord may once more be found
at the Altar of mercy, the Shrine
of sacrifice which can only satisfy
man’s desires.

May the God of Christma:
breathe Blessings of Peace on on:
and all, and may we all have
prosperous New Year.

REV. LIONEL SMITH.

Christmas Eve In Town
To The Editor, The Advoca
Stars shining in men’s eyes, sig
Lights in the taverns, skies ‘
Gloomy and dour in men’s hearts:
Angels of mercy standing by, and

By rum.shops sponging a fee
For rent, or feed, or midnight

ma’ fz

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And housewives cramming food in
paper ba,

ae pitting heavily upon a poor man's
ack;

The Season

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egates he became friéndly with
was the Rt. Hon. W. S. Morrison,
the English M.P. Mr. Bethell
thought that perhaps more was
jearnt by delegates about each
other’s problems from informal
talks outside of the conference
room. The climate in New Zea-
land was rather cool; the people
were very hospitable and gave the
delegates a wonderful reception.

Mr. Bethell left Barbados on
October 13 for Curacao via Tririi-
dad by air. The trip to New
Zealand from there was made on

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Last Day For . si oa
Chri i
si
istmas
Shoppers
TODAY is the last shopping
day before Christmas and the City
streets are likely to be more con-_ })
gested than they have been for |}?
the last few days.
i Shoppers will be out in force
They will be making their last
purchases for Christmas. Many
will probably be found making a
last minute dash for that neces- |
sary tie, pair of shoes, or some
other article.

Some parents will still be in
search of toys for their children,

Here’s a favourite

Just in time for Xmas

D'ORSAY
PERFUME

Intoxication—Duo-LeDandy

Also Orsay Cologne

the Rangitoto. .

Panama he flew

en route

He arrived just in time for
Christmas and also for his fortieth
en which he celebrates
today



Refused To
Pay Bus Fare

THE Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery
yesterday fined Rupert Nightingale
of Haggat Hall 20/- to be paid in
seven days or in default one
month’s imprisonment, They had
found him guilty of having re-
fused to pay "bus fare while he
was passenger on the Diamond
*Bus M-1270 when it was going
along Tweedside Road on Novem-
ber 15.

In imposing the fine, the Judges
reversed a decision of Police
Magistrate Mr. A, J. H. Hanschell
who dismissed the case.

Reginald Murrell of My Lords
Hill who was conductor of the
‘bus at the time of the offence,
said that Nightingale got on the
‘bus while it was on Drax Hall
Street. When the “bus got on
Arthur’s Hill some people got off.
The man at the corner of a seat
got off to allow the passengers to

get off and when he did so,
Nightingale sat in the man’s
former _ seat. The man_ told

Nightingale to move, he refused
and the man pushed him aside.
A fight started and soon after-
wards when he asked Nightingale
for the fare, Nightingale refused
to give it to him.

C.J. Grants
Four Petitions

FOUR petitions for Letters of
Administration were granted by
His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore, in the Court of
Ordinary yesterday. The Peti-
tions were as follow:—



Petition of Thomas William
Simmons of Culloden Road, St.
Michael, Retired Seaman, ihe con-
stituted attorney of Maude Hare-
wood of New York, U.S.A., to
the estate of Edward Theophilus
Gibbs, late of New York, U.S.A.,
Painter.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in-
structed by Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors appeared for the
petitioner.

Petition of Leonard Demora
Riley of Bayfield, St. Philip,
Blacksmith, to the estate of his
wife Lenora Riley, deceased.

Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C., in-
structed by Hutchinson & Ban-
field, Solicitors appeared for the
petitioner.

Petition of Leotta Pinkett of
Stewart’s Hill, St. John, Widow, to
the estate of her husband William
Mareus Pinkett, late of Stewart’s
Hill, St. John, Cantoneer, de-
ceased,

Mr. J. BE. T. Brancker instruct-

ed by Haynes & Griffith, represent-
h etitioner.

et petition of Henry Crichlow
Marshall of Dayrells Road, Christ
Church, Retired Lighthouse
Keeper, to the estate of his son
Henry Adrian Marshall, late of
Montreal, Canada. .

Mr, J. S. B. Dear, instructed
by Mr. D. L. Sarjeant, Solicitor
appeared for the petitioner.

His Honour also granted the
application to re-seal letters of
Administration with the will an—
nexed of Ida Walrond Howell,

Toronto, Canada, but
es Barbados,

te of Bridgetown,
ned to the National Trust
Company.

The application was made on
behalf ‘of the Company by Mr.
H. L. Thomas of the firm of

& Sealy, Solicitors.
es Is of the following

ere admitted to probate:—
peony Geoles O'Donnell Walton,
late of St. George: Lilian Peola
Cave, late of St. Thomas —
Charles Rawlins, late of jt.
Michael.



Court Of Appeal
Confirms Decision

A DECISION of Police Magis-
trate, Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell was
yesterday confirmed by the Judges
of the Assistant Court of Appeal,
Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery. The Magis-
trate had sentenced McDonald
Lewis of Pounders Gap, Westbury
Road,- to six months’ imprison-
ment when he had found him
guilty of the larceny of $9.02 from
Adolphus Best. Lewis has five
previous convictions. for larceny.
He was sentenced to a month's
imprisonment last September,

Best was sleeping on the pave-
ment of Probyn Street. When
ne awoke he missed the money
from his pocket. Seeing Lewis
about 10 feet away, he went to
him and asked him for the money
Lewis ran and dropped a few
coins Best caught up with him
and gave him into custody
Lewis was searched at the Bridge
Police Station and a five dollar
note was found under the band of
hat and m oney was

about his under garments



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re

He returned by
the Rangitiki to Panama and from
to Barbados in
twelve hours making seven stops

XMAS PARCELS arrive for some Barbadians from relatives in U.S.A. and are off loaded from a lorry under the supervision of Mr. F.
Walker of Seaway Shipping who hands a package to Mr Leroy, local distributor.
At the right a little girl makes a last minute Xmas purchase from one of the vendors on Broad Street.





Mushroom’ U.S. WILL DEPO

Industries
Blooming

MUSHROOM industries that
flourish only at Christmas time in
the City cover a variety of things
that range from a paper bag to a
rush bottom chair,

The paper bag selling flourishes
not along the sidewalks and in
the doors of city stores but in the
unofficial fruit and vegetable
markets at Busby Alley, off Swan
Street and Luke’s Alley off Broad
Street between Harrison's and the
Colonnade.

People who buy their apples,
oranges, bananas, okras, peas and
the like, but find themselves with-
out anything in which they can
carry them and like Aladdin and
his lamp, they have only to rub
their heads or hands and a paper
bag vendor appears

Small paper bags sell at 2c. or
3c., the medium sized ones at 5c.
and 6¢. and the large ones at 8c.

Artificial Flowers

Artificial flowers is another of
these Xmas __ industries. The
material is simple to obtain—wire
and coloured paper, but some of
the designs are clever and artistic.

Some bunches of artificial mari-
golds with their comparatively
small and intricate leaf pattern
that were being offered for sale
at Baxter’s Road yesterday were
so realistic that many people
thought they were genuine mari-
golds.

Roses with their larger petals,
petunias and dahlias are all faith-
fully imitated in the bunches of
artificial flowers. They sell from
1/- to 2/— per bunch.

Two men at Baxter’s Road had
more orders for re-silvering
mirrors than they could handle.
People, chiefly from the outlying
parishes bring their mirrors to
town and only a part is service-
able for showing any reflection,
but in two hours’ time the entire
surface of the mirror is again
gleaming and as good as new.

Passe-Partout

The passe-partout industry is
another one. Pictures, chiefly
got from magazine imitations of
the masters are gathered by
passe-partout sellers and framed,

The most popular are of course
these representing some aspect of
the life of the Holy Family.

Yesterday pictures 6” x 4”
representing “The Flight Into
Egypt”, “The Visit of the Magi”
“The Adoration of the Shepherds”
and the “Cleansing of the Temple”.

They sold for 2/- and 2/6 eacn
and trade was good.

Communists Begin
Winter Offensive

@ From Page 1
miles northwest of Hungnam,
were attacked from the air and
by artillery.

The only significant contact on
the western front yesterday was
when three battalions of Com-
munists gained one to two miles
against South Koreans above
Chunchon.

Communists were said to have
been wearing American coats,

Superforts, light bombers and
fighters ranged from the coast
today sending a Communist sup-
ply centre up in flames and
systematically attacking railway
lines from the Yalu River to the
battlefront.

Three hundred Communists
were estimated killed and wound-
ed and 40 vehicles and tanks
destroyed.

New Sabre jets duelled with
Russian-type jets yesterday with
one possible kill for ho Allied loss.

—Reuter.

U.S. GUARD AGAINST:
SNEAK ATTACK

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22

To guard against a “sneak”
attack on the United States the
Government has made it mandat-
ory for all aircraft to identify
themselves on approaching the
U.S. coastline or the restricted
flying areas surrounding atomic
emergency areas. Civil
tics Authority has ordered all
pilots to file flight plans under
certain conditions.



A flight plan is a time and posi- |

tion schedule filed by a pilot and
includes the speed and altitude at
which he will fly.

—Reuter.



81 Vaccinated Yesterday

IN relation to the Vaccination
Campaign, the number vaccinate
at the various Centres up to late
yester« afternoon was 81,

al vaccinated t



ais
ing t

2,116.



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TRINIDADIAN NEGRO

NEW YORK, Dec. 22.

An immigration service hearing
the Commissioner on Thursday
ordered the deportation of Cludia
Jones, 38, Trinidad-born negro, as
a former member of the Com-
munist Party Central Committes,
its negro Commission and young
Communist League.

The examiner Joseph J. Mack
held that the woman alse known
as Claude Vera Scholnick was an
alien and had been a member of

the Communist party in the
United States after entering the
country from the British West
Indies on (February 9, 1924
—(C.P.)



Bench And Bar
Exchange Xmas
Greetings

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
were exchanged between Bench
and Bar at yesterday’s sitting of
the Court of Ordinary. Mr.
J. E. T. Brancker spoke on behalf
of the Barristers and _ Solicitors,
and His Honour the Chief Judge.
Sir Allan Collymore, replied.

Mr. Brancker expressed the
hope that in the coming year the
pressure of work on the Chief
Judge would not be so great as
in the year just ending, and that
the Chief Judge would have the
assistance of a Puisne Judge. .

The Chief Judge thanked Mr.
Brancker and through him the
members of the Bar, and thanked
also the members of the Solici-
tors’ Profession for their kind and
good wishes. He wished them a
Merry Christmas.

There was little hope, said the
Chief Justice, that the volume of
work during the coming year
would be less than during the
present year. He would welcome,
however, Mr. Brancker’s efforts
in the direction of the suggestion
made by Mr. Brancker as regards
the Puisne Judge.

U.K. Seaman Not
Forgotten Man

ALTHOUGH William Tyrrell,
the suspected case of small pox in
the hospital at Pelican Island. is
isolated and far from fis family
at home in England, he will not
spend his Christmas, a forgotten
man.

He will have the matron of the
hospital to talk with for part of
the day and games and books to
entertain himself with when the
matron cannot be with him,

He will be able to play a game
of patience, as someone has given
him a deck of cards, and amuse
himself with one or two jigsaw
puzzles which sympathisers have
sent him.

The Royal and Merchant Navy
Welfare are preparing presents to
send him, They are also prepar-

ing presents for three or four
seamen who are at the General
Hospital.

Sharon Will Not
Get Her Piano

NEW YORK, Dec. 22.

Little two-year-old Sharon
West’ won’t get the toy piano
which her daddy intended to buy
her for Christmas. Her daddy Al
(Sonny) West died on Thursday
night at home, 22 hours after he
had been knocked out by Percy
Bassett of Philadelphia in a box-
ing bout at the St. Nicholas arena.

The 2l-year-old west negro
lightweight from Washington un-
derwent two delicate brain oper-
ations and received three blood
transfusions, but failed to regain
consciousness, Dr. Vincent Nardi-
ello, State Athletic Commission
physician, said West died of an
intro-cerebral haemorrhage and
cerebral concussion. When he was
knocked cut, West fell flat on his
back and his head hit the
vas with a thud. His death wa
the third boxing fatality in the
United States and the ninth in
the this year campared t

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THE Barbados Nurses’ Associa-
tion gave their annual Christmas
treat to more than 50 children at
their office in St Michael's Row
on Saturday. The childre:
ranging from the age of Six month
to six years, were each given
besides other presents, a piece of
clothing,

The children had a joyous time
eating, drinking and playing
games, They afterwards went o
a lorry to Mrs. A. W. Scott’

residence, who is associated with cent per schanpp of 14 ounces.

the Barbados Nurses’ Association
and they were further entertained
there. Most of the funds which
help to give the treat came by)
way of donations.



Santa Claus Al
Police Station

OVER 350 children of members
of the Police Force were given
Christmas cheer at the District
“A” Police Station yesterday eve-
ning. The majority were accom-
panied by their mothers

Amusement for the cnildren in-
cluded sack races, flat races and
musical chairs. They all had a
smile on their faces but occasion-
ally a ery could be heard from
the tiny-tots.

Before the function closed Cpl.

Best, dressed as Santa Claus,
shared out gifts. Santa Claus
‘ame to the square on a sleigh

which was followed by children,
each shouting and cheering.

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balloons, Children love to walk
about with them on Christmas
morning and parents are not left
in peace until they get some

The gaily decorated shop win-
dows which have been attracting
children and adults alike during
the past few days will again be
lighted up tonight. It will be the
last night for the Christmas dis- |}
play and one is sure to see big
crowds looking on |

Managers of plantations did not |
come to the City yesterday as
usual, They did so on Thursday
The early visit was made, it wa
said so that they could get money |
G. from the banks to pay their work
ers in good time for Christmas

Although the majority of
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Our Own Correspondent) attractions in the town, was the
GEORGETOWN, Dec, 22... Tost Busy street. The few

New taxation proposals es- vehicular traffic was not steady.
timated to yield an additional but pedestrians Werk” i. g90e
$1,535,000 revenue for British numbers, It is the only street ‘n
Guinn ee , “| Speightstown where the shopper
: ana were announced bY could buy his groceries, clothing
Financial Secretary Hon, E hardware, effects, first

personal

Mec David, C.B.E., C.M.G., in a gid and petrol

budget statement Most of the shoppers were from
It was also announced that the the outlying districts and othe:

Secretary of State for the Colonies adjoining parishes.

has secured the necessary ap- Groceries, however, did the

proval from the appropriate most of the trade.

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creases on aerated water, rum Walters

bauxite, postal rates and charges

internal and foreign, both surface TO. MAKE | PURCHASES | ww

pe arena telecommnunications, out for breakfast. intending — to -_

OTOL ve pie es licences, tuition purchase an article they often find i. >

fees, incomé tax on companies that the shop which has the

and oe oy on both rail- wanted article is closed for lunch ‘

ways and steamers These shoos which close for

New duties on aerated waters luncheon re-open just about the MADE IN U.K.

and rum takes effect today in- time when the clerks have to go

The Perfection of Confection

back to work and so they cannot
make their purchases
The clerks now get their fellow

reasing the retail price of aerated
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, ia wpe of them complain, their fellows
and set backs do not usually have the touch to

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view with great apprehension on they like,

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The West German Chancellor| by His Worship Mr. E. A, Mc- AND ¢ USTOMERS
Dr Konrad Adenauer returned} Leod, Magistrate of District “A”
from his conversation with the] police Court

NOT ONLY IN APPRECIATION

OF YOUR PATRONAGE

Allied High Commissioners yester
day “more satisfied than ever be-
fore’ the Christian Democrat
sress service which reflects closely
said

She was found guilty of assault-
ing Writ Server Sealy on Decem-
ber 21 while in the execution of
his duty.

oe view of the Chancellery THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
oday.

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tae sindicnens Sg ae aboaes BUT IN ALL SINCERITY

him merely to tell him what had
been decided, but to inform him
fully over the Brussels conference
without making any demands
from him

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DON’T READ
THIS

VIENNA.

Famous Viennese astrolo-
gist Arnold Gron, in an
annual custom, predicted
that Kerea would end in
compromise but the world
was headed for a major war
in 1952.

The leng-time President
of the Vienna Society of
Astrologists said the war,
and its aftermath, would last
10 years and end in a “Pyr-
rhic victory” for the United
States.

Gron, who ordinarily does
not predict events more than
ene year ahead, teld Inter-
national News Service that
“the heavens at this time
disclose unmistakable guide-
pests to events well into
1952”

Political highlights as ob-
served by Gron:

A tense 1951 followed by
Russian imvasion of Western
Germany the following year.
It will set off a world con-
flict in which there will be
virtually no neutral coun-
tries... The Atom bomb will
be used, but not with ‘com-
plete” effectiveness,

Russia’s Premier Stalin will
be dead by the war's end
in 1962. The United States
will wind up with a Secialist
economy, Communism will
be replaced throughout the
world by this “mild form of
Socialisgn’’. i

Grom «who has presided
over. the Vienna Seciety
since "1927, gives this nation-
by-nation account for the
next.12 months:

United States — The Ad-
ministration will continue to
make “capital mistakes” that
eventually will lead it to
war with Russia.

Korea — Slated to be the
victim of an American-
sponsored compromise that
will leave North Koreans in
virtual control.

Formosa — To be aban-
doned by the West, Chiang
Kai-Shek will flee to a

Western refuge.

Indo-China — The French
will be ousted with the ex-
ception of a few toeholds
along the coast. Civil war
will continue despite Viet-
nam control.

Tibet—Lost to Communist
China.

Eastern Europe — In line
for stricter control under
Russia, aiming for the war
in 1952.

Western Europe — The
quarrelling over rearma-
ment will not end until it
“is almost too late”,

Gron, who gave his usual
clese meditation to each
prognostication, was too in-
velyed with serious politics
to turn to liehter items such
as women’s fashions.

“IT am at a loss, and so
are the stars, to predict
what women will wear even
next month.” he said.

“Any astrolovist who pre-
tends to be able to foretell
the taste of women. is either
a auack or else he is pulling
your ler.”

—I.N.S.

We Warned You



Christmas Gift

ROME:

Italy’s pawnshops will re-
store free of charge al] items
valued less than 15/- which
owners Were unable to re-
deem for cash—as a Christ-

mas gift. Italian pawnshops
are government-controlled
and are not profit-making
agencies. In Rome _ alone

over 2,000 people wil] benefit.




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€ch. Adalina, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, |
Sch. Vrances W. Smith, Sch. Lucille M. |
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ARRIVALS |
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Selby, from St. Lucia

Sch. Lindsyd Il, 36 tons net, Capt
Barnes, from Martinique
Motor Sch. Julner, 56 tons net, Capt

Martineau, from St. Lucia



M.V. Daerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De
Coteau, from St. Vincent
Sch. Sunshine R., 25 tons net, Capt
Barnes, from Martinique
|
PEPARTURES
Sch. Leudalpha, 60 tons net Capt
Gumbs, for St. Lucia |
Sch. Beique 44 tons net, Capt. King
Sch. Enterp: S., 66 tons net, Capt




Gregg, for St

Sch. Gril E. Smith, 56 tons net, Capt

Ashton, for St. Vincent
Sch, W. L. Eunicia, 38 tons net, Capt. |
Joseph, for Dominica

Sch. Mandalay U.,
Gooding, for St
Sch. Timothy A. H. Vansluytman, 7
tons net, Capt. Stoll, for Britism Guiana |

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
Lid. advise that they can now commu-
ricate with the following ships through
their Barbados Coast Station

30 tons net
Lucia

Capt



s.s. Alcoa Pilgrim; 8.5
6.5. Fort Amherst;
s.8. Hecuba; s.s.
Fotini; Ma.

Mormac Kite
Brattingsbore;
Aecnyens, 5.8. Essi; 8.5.
a, De Larrinaga; 5.5
Nieuw Amsterdam; 8.8. Birkaland; 5.8
Loriga; 8.8. Empress Of Scotland
s.8. S. S. Rosa; s.s. Brazil; s.s. Sun
Frinee; s.s, Ringtiki; s.s,. Cottica; s,s.
Inventor; «.s. Colonial; s.s, Defender;
8.8. Casablanca; s.s. Ionian Pioneer; 8.8.
Cc. G. Thulin, ss. Nashbulk; s.s_ Fort
Amberst; s.s. Solon Truman; s.s. Cana-
dian Chaiienger; s.s. Bergesund

cian Challenger

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ARRIVALS BY
From TRINIDAD;

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8.8.



B.W.LAL

Kenneth Miller; Bernice Wilson, Oscar
Small; George Thompson, Harry St.
George, Pamela O.Reilly; Mabel O,Reilly,
G, O. M, O'Reilly; Maria Pisuner; Pedro
Pisuner; W. V. Wiltshire, Aylmer Blades,

William Martin, William Boyd, Lilian
Eastham; Frederick Eastham; Hornando
Gonzalez; Carmen Gonzalez; Charles

Linton; Ehmyntrude Linton, Sylvia Lynn;
Charles Lynn, Marjorie Lynn; Evelyn
Hackett, Gwendolyn Haakett, Hazel May
De Nobriga, Ronemary Sutherland
George Sutherland.

From MAQUETIA:

Francis

Pearl Foss, Foss, Joseph
Foss, Otto Schmidli; Natalina Schmi-
di, Rosa Sehmidli; Nirelia Schmidli;
Iuis Amiceietti; Ela Klein; Gonta
Klein, Rudolf Robicek; Juan Plaut,
Ekika Plaut, Ruth Plaut; William Swin-
nock; Margaret Swinnock; Maurice
Jones; Eleanor Gonzalez; Fred Gold.
Schmidt, Donald Hatch; Alberto Hol-

eulin, Carmen De Souza; Frank De Souza, |

Archibald Harris, Elenor Boyd, Major
Boyd.
From ST. LUCIA:

John Walton, Catherine Walton, EMe
Barnes, O'Neal Baerge, Anthony Glou-
reau, Roderick Stewart, May Stewart.
From MARTINIQUE:

Marie Ernoult; Mad Dubois, Guy
Lahoussaye, Gustave Balmelis, Yves
Littee, Ginette Littee, Ellis Cumber.
batch,

From . ANTIGUA
Keturah Webster, Eunice Ince

From GRENADA;

Cyril Crawford, Florence Hope, Col-

lin Hope, Nesta Hope, Carlyle Hope,
Vic Hope, Wesley Jackman
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L

For TRINIDAD

Capt. George Lyle, Dorothy Woodhams,
Seepersad, Saroop, Kaasarran Saroop,
Frank, Raonoutar, Seepant Siunarine,
Charles Seonungal, Timothy Headley
Oliver Knight, Walter Girling, Dora
Ramcheran, Charles Lioyd, William Boyd.
For LA GUAIRA:

Theodore Vera, Olga Arocha de Vera,
Carlos Werner, Nelly Werner, Bertha
Luge, Maria Aristeiguieta, Jose Arig-
teiguieta.

For ANTIGUA:

Olive Edwards,
thur Benton; Rev
Ruth Pompey
For GRENADA:
Ercell Archer; Dora Tbberson; Arnott
Darnley-Steele; Bery Darnley-Steele;
filison Darnley.Steele: Helen Bacchus.
For ST. LUCIA;

Mary Walwyn, Douglas Walwyn;
nie Wells; Joseph Andrieux;
Andrieux; Lady Violet Stow;
dard; Sheila Arthur; Myrtle
For SAN JUAN:

Cetil Wood; Oliver Myles;
Farlane; Grace McFarlane;
Bourne

Samuel McNabb; Ar-
Armour Peisker;

Min-

Yvonne
John God-
Arthur.

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He wanted to go on working for the Colonies
Apart from the tributes to his great popularity in the House
of Commons, Press comment in the United Kingdom on

the passing of the former Secretary of State for the colo-
nies, Colonel Oliver Stanley, emphasises that the work

which appealed to him most in

s Parliamentary earecr

was that associated with the Colonies.

_ He was in charge of the Colon-
ial Office for the comparatively
short period of 1942 to 1945,
having left the Army to take up
the post at the request of Mr.
Churchill. In those three years,
Yiowever, he nat only founded
modern Colonial policy, in sueh
measures as the Colonial Delevop-
ment and Welfare Act, but
continued till his death 1o take
*he liveliest interest in Colonial
effairs.

As Peterborougn, the “Daily
Telegraph” columnist notes in
his tribute “He (Stanley) used to
say that in whatever office he
might be given he would ask
nothing better than to go on wit!

the work for the Colonies he had |

begun in the war years.”

But other things were pro-
phesied for him had he lived.
Standing third in the Conserva-

tive “shadow Cabinet” (next |o
Mr. Anthony Eden), he was
strongly tipped for the most

important post of Chancellor of
the Exchequer, should the Con-
servatives win the next election.

The “Times” recalls Stanley's
words on assuming office as
Colonial Secretary in 1942. He
declared that it would be his aim
“to foster political development,
raise the standerd of living in the
colonies, provide adequate social
services and ensure a square
deal to the different communities
in each of the territories.”

The paper refers to Stanley's
visits to West and East Africa
in 19438 to “educate himself,”
and then says “No greater tribute
can be paid to him in respect of
the colonies than the knowledge
that it was he who, in 1945, in-
troduced in the House of
Commons, the Colonial Develop-
ment end Welfare Bill, which
provided a sum of £120m for the
Colonial Empire over ten years.
This Bill, which he piloted
through all stages, received the





Royal Assent in 1945 and hes
been the foundation of British
colonial policy for the last five
years.”

Other tributes of
have centred on Mr.
“polished humour”
“Scotsman” put it.

More than one paper recalls
his comment on the Labour
Goyernment’s system of controls
whe~ he askad the Government
to “realise that they were mak-
ing a country fit for Negroes ‘o
live in.”

A Socialist 11.P., George Ben-
son, once siid: “No one minds
being punched by Stanley. It is
done so wittily.”

The “Times” parliamentary
correspondent described Stanley
as tre “Runert of debate.”

Czechs Pass Law

To “Protect Peace”

PRAGUE, Dec. 20.

The Czechoslovak National
Assembly today passed a law “for
the protection of peace”.

Madame Hodinova Spurna, who
headed the Czechoslovak delega-
tlon to the Warsaw Peace Con-
gress, said that Czechoslovakia
took her place with other coun-
tries striving for peace under the
leadership of Russia.

the Press
Stanley’s
as the





— Reuter

8 KILLED IN R.A.F.

BENGAZI, Dec. 21.
Four of its 33 passengers and



| four Royal Air Ferce crew were

killed when an R.A.F. transport
command plane crashed near
Benia airfield, 11 miles from Ben-
gazi, last night.

The plane was trying to make
an emergency landing.—Reuter.

CGC STS OOS wy

WE WISH

CUSTOMERS

A
Happy Christmas,

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SYDNEY:
Liberal Party organiser Douglas
Date, of Sydney, is claiming £75
for “injury received during em-

ployment.” Injury: “Damaged
little finger due to excessive
handshaking.” His party won
the elections.

"CIVIL" SERVANT
OTTAWA

Tribute to Walter Smith, re-
tiring after 50 years’ service in
the transport department, includ-
ed this from M. E. Kenny, chief
of office services’ “This man was
a true civil servant. He never
said. an uncivil word and service
was his watchword.”

—(C.P).



Hotels Come First |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
High hopes for a good tourist
season for 1950—51 were enter-
tained by Mr. Wilson Minshall,
Manager of the Trinidad and
Tobago Tourist Board, who re-
turned to Trinidad a few days
ago after spending six months
visiting the United Kingdom,
Europe, Canada and the United

States of America.

But Mr. Minshall declared that
during his North American tour
he discovered that it was common
knowledge there, as in Trinidad
that no serious development can
take place in this Colony so fai
as the travel business goes until
the hotel question has been stud-
ied and the problem of modern
accomodation solved.

Mr. Minshall said while in the
United Kingdom he visited many
counties and towns with an eye
to tourist development. He spent
two days at the British Travei
Association in London investigat~
ing their methods which are on
a scale infinitely larger than Trini-
dad and Tobago.

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It shows Chapman Pincher at 40° below Zero

Mr. Pincher thaws, continues his column























FARNBOROUGH.

WHAT can the human body
stand up to in the way of mechan-
ical shocks,*exposure, and fatigue?
Twelve “guinea-pig” doctors,
working in secret, are risking
Merious injury every day to find
out

)Their astonishing activities were

slosed for the first time. today
When the R.A-F. raised the secur-
ify screen round its Medical Re-
search Laboratory, which is

ZOcated here at Farnborough. in

Hampshire

These young doctors submit to

Being anaesthetised and thrown

Mto cold water while their col-

agues watch, through submerged

> windows, to study the survival

Chances of an unconscious airman
floating in the sea.

They are whirled round in
machines until they black-out
They endure three-hour sessions
in an ice box with a 40-degrees
® below-zero gale roaring through
it. I tried it with them—without
protective clothing—and a picture
taken cf me (right) after five
* seconds’ shivering made me look

like a man on the run.

The results of their researches
are the “G” suits, which help
fliers to defeat gravity black-outs
during steep dives, breathing
equipments, and the other gadgets
without which high flying at 60

-

BY

= miles an hour would be impossi-
_ ble. |
+ I watched two of the doctors

xperience what would happen to
au fighter pilot if his cockpit can-

opy blew off while he was ten
miles up.
Equipped with oxygen masks,
the men were clamped into a

; dong steel drum from which the

,@ir was gradually withdrawn.
Suddenly they were subjected to
the rapid decompression which
the pilot would feel.

Their puffed faces and chests
Showed that without special pro-
tection they would have blacked
out. But a new device which
Pumps emergency oxygen into the
Ings kept them conscious for 15
Seconds—long enough for the
~ Pilot of a disabled fighter to de-
Scend to a safer level.

The R.A.F. will not allow

ese doctors to be named. To pre-

rve security and medical eti-
Quette—but mainly, I think, be-
Cause of persenal modesty—tne
“guinea pig” doctors want to re-



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Chapman Pincher, photo-
graphed after five seconds in
an ice-box at 40 degrees
below zero (which is 72

up with cold. Dr. X, who
has been there for two hours,
is comfortable in his Arctic
flying suit.



fain their backroom anonymity. degrees of frost), is doubled
OXFORD University scientists just reported on vivisection ex- the animals on which they experi- more sympathetic or a more
» have been weighing young periments they carried out on ment. callous approach ?
‘ , { ake Eve i avo iat, hardened as am by 2
scale- i wome! re i gs by 3 : ‘ @ ‘ac .
ews on a scale-pan to weigh one ieteonkn ioe meeting ethes throughout their experiments “nimals, I could not face experi-
_ ou To gi ae ; like “Poppet” ‘Thus: S sbermee and in their reports they refer ™Menting on a live dog I knew by
.? a Poppet, and Trix the injection For them the animals have no id
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Â¥} eee aoe (into the brain) had been well More personality than a row of decadidanie ae ate
‘My Pet ’ placed. dn Snapper it was test-tubes, += da anatase LW ene
ewe 8 a found that the injection had been , : tion : “A cold-blooded animal
PINTRIGUING insight into the placed too deeply.” Does the clcser emotional rela- is ah animal which refuses. to
workings of the female mind tionship which seems to exist suckle its young.”
has been unwittingly provided by This strongly suggests that between women. scientists and | Answer : About 35]
two women scientists _who have women scientists make pets of their animal victims signify a —L.E.S.
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British National Amenities pr
Council, which has just formed

la Committee for the Revival
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jcommittee, Horder is trying
jbrimg back to the British homes
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land toys in their homes during
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12.50-—7n.
RE
ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR —- One Westinghouse
and (1) Coldspot Refrigerator. (1) Elec.
motor in good working order. Owen T.

Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial 3299.
21,12.50—3n.

LIVESTOCK
LIVESTOCK—Graded Jersey with
first calf, giving 20 pints, also bull
calf of same four weeks old. Tel.
2470." 23.12.50—2n,

MISCELLANEOUS

Attractive Xmas tree lights.
$7.20 Dial 4269 Eckstein Bros.



20.12.50—5n in eng to

BOOKS Songs of
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High St. 23.12.50—1n.

BICYCLE—One (1) Green
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Owner leaving Colony
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Good as new.
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1951, when re-registering of the dairies
for that year must be done on or before
the fifth day of January.

Persons granted permits to dispose of

tyres, each for carting canes| surplus milk, along with milk vendors

‘ be seen at juare | who ive obtained licen

Factory Ltd. Apply to toa 4 ee oerinits
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req to renew their permits and
licenses,

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can be obtained from the Commis-
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Sed. J. M, KIDNEy,

Chairman, Commissionere of Health,

St. Michael.
20.12.50—2n.



NOTICE

Re the Estate of
ELLEN CA’ MELVIN

NOTICE is,hereby given that all per-
cons any Claim against
Batate of Mulen Gattiecing icieks inte nt
Saint Michael’s Row, Bridgetown, in this
the ‘and day Tt eae 1948,

» are
send in lars of their
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aise — Hard|Colin Cleare Parkinson, C/o

Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors, No. 14
James Street, Bridgetown, on or before
the 15th day of January 1951, after which
I shall _ proceed to distribute

of the deceased among the

assets
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estate are requested to settle their in-

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BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Only a of November, 1950.
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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-
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15.12.50—t.f.n,
aon lke ill
COAT—One Gentleman's Winter Coat

in excellent condition, Apply: Donald
Edghill 4530 or 8102.

20.12.50—t.f.n.

“CHAFF CUTTER. Good condition,

Tel, 2470". 23,.12.50-—2n,

CEYLON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
Fibre just received. This Fibre is clean,
soft and springy. Price 14 cents per
pound, Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co., Ltd. 15.12.50—t.f.n.

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

15.12.50—t.f.n.









COSTUME JEWELLERY Finest
assortment in town. Earrings in various
styles, Rings, Broaches, Pearl Necklaces,
Bangles etc., etc, Call to-day at Thani
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Opened till 5 p.m, to-day.

23.12.50—In.

GIFTS—That give lasting joy! Per-
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Moment Supreme, Amour Amour,
Indias Pride Oto Dil Bamar, Khus,
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Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry Street.

23.12.50—1n





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something flashy for your holiday? We
offer very colourful sport
will make you hold your breath. Shop

at Thani Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry and
Swan Streets. Opened till 5 p.m
to-day. 23.12.50—in.

Socipillpbenecanialancgpistk poeta Ni REET el

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.

ala TS

GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 lb.
to 8 Ibs. each. Tinned Fruit Jams and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots. cherries,
peeks raisins, currants. W. A. Medford,
Pr. Wm. Henry Street. 20.12,50—4n.

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

HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 21.12.50—3n.

————_—_—_—

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

LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in
beautiful designs and colours just open-
ed again for you. Yes! It’s at THANT'S
Pr, Wm. Henry St. Dial 3466 and Swan
St. 14,12,50—t.f.n.

ONE
dition,
Hall Pharmacy.

BABY'’S PRAM in good con-

Apply to A. A. Browne, Eagle

Disl 4004 or 2154.
23.12,50—3n.

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

Hutchinson & Co., Ltd.
15,22,50—t.f.n,

PERMANENT NEEDLES

Dial 3466,| 21st day of December

50—4in



TAKE NOTICE

That THE FLORSHEIM SHOB
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Ithnois, 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 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.
Dated this 20th day of December
1p50.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
21,42.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
RATED, 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 Register in connection
with all kinds of foods and ingredients
of foods, and will be entitled. to register
the same after one month from the
1950 ess

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



shirts that | &t_â„¢my office.

Dated this 20th day of December,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21.12.50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE

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

and will be gntitled to register the | must be supplied in containers holding not more than 50 Ibs. of milk

the
unless

same after
2lst day of

from
1950

one month
December

this Island on the 29th day of July
1948, are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim duly
attested, to me the undersigned, in
care of Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield,
Solicitors, James Street, Bridgetown,
on or before the 15th day of February
1951, after which date 1 shall proceed
to distribute the assets of the estate
among the parties entitled thereto,
having regard to the debts and claims
only of which I shall then have had
notice and that I shall not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not
have had notice at the time of such
distribution. ‘

AND al) persons indebted to the
snid estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 8th day of ember 1950.
SYBIL PAULINE DeCO HINDS,
Qualified executrix of the Will of
Ashton Winthrop Hunt, deceased,

9.12.50—4n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of George Cobham of
Neslon Street, St. Michael for
sion to sell Spirits, Mait Liquors, &c,;
aos floor of No. 5 Nelson Street,
‘y.
Dated this 22nd day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”,
Signed G. COBHAM,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January, 1951,
at 11, o'clock, a.m.
H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
23,12.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Hilary Scantiebury
of Holetown, St, James, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
bettom floor of a 2-storey wall building
in Coleridge Street, City.

Dated this 2ist day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’.

Signed H. SCANTLEBURY,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, District “A" on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January 1951,
at 1a o'clock, a.m.

H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
23.12.50—1n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Ida Thorne of



of
St.

The application
Roebuck Street, Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e., at No, 67 Roebuck Street, Bridge.
town.

Dated this 2lst day of December 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.

Signed C. WHITE,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, District “A” on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January 1951,
at 11\ o'clock, a.m,

H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
23.12.50—1In.

CARS—4 V-8 Sedans, 1 Willys Sedan
end 2 Hillman Sedans. Joseph Vul-
eanizing and Welding Depot, 47 Roebuck
Street, Red Bird Garage.

23.12.50—2n.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.

Tenders for the supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to the

Public Elemen f ;
TENDERS are invited for the supply of 80 tons of Skimmed Milk

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, a] Powder for use in the Public Elementary Schools of the Island during

the following school Terms: —
i.
2. .10th September to 8th Dee
8. 7th January to 4th April,
Persons tendering must quote

each. It is estimated that the ave

some person shall in the meantime give| be 3 to 6 tons.

notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

at my office.
Dated this 20th day of
50.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

21.18.50—3n. noon on Sxturday, the 27th of January,
The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or





TAKE NOTICE

That MATTHEW RUDOLPH GON-
SALVES trading under the style or firm
of The Elite Shirt Factory, British
Subject, whose trade or business address
is No. 34 Richmond Street, City of
Port-of-Spain, Island of Trinidad, British
West Indies, has applied for the registra-

Regitter in connection with articles of
clething, and will be entitled to register
the same after ane month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at_miy office.
20th day

Dated this
1950. a
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21,12,50—3n

of December,



for your LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

record plaiver, and needles of all kinds,
records of all kinds too. A BARNES @
co., LTD. 22.12.50—t.f.7

RAINCOATS, RAINCOATS, $2.14
$2.75 each. Lovely Plastic Raircoats. In
many charming shades for ladies. Plastic
Umbrellas at $).55. Thani Bros. Pr. Wm
Henry Street 23.12.50—1n





STOCKINGS—Chifon and Nylons in



beautiful shades and qualities from 61c
a pair. Thani Bros. Pr. Wm. Henry
and Swan Streets Dial 3466. Opened
till 5 p.m, to-day 23,12.50—1n

THERMOS FLASKS-—1 pt. Flasks. Ar
ideal Xmas Gift, 31.40 each. Th Bros



17

and| st-a_ wall

The application of Louis Wharton of
Pinfold Street, St. Michael, for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Mait Liquors, &c.,
and wooden
Pinfold Street, City

Dated this 2ist day of Deve
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed JAMES WHARTON,
for Applicant.
application will be con-
icensing Court to be held

ber 1950.

N.B.—This
sidered at a



Tenders must cover all requirements of the Schools during the
trade mark can be seen on application | periods mentioned above, and must be responsible for the milk being
December, | in good condition when it is supplied to the schools.

Tenders must be marked “Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder” and

must reach the Colonial Secretary’

any tender.
5th December, 1950.



APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE GRADE IN

CIVIL SERVICE
ATTENTION is drawn to a notice in the Official Gazette of the

18th of December regarding the examination to be held in connection
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of | with appointments to the new executive grade ($1,728—$3,456) in

the Civil Service.

It is expected that the examination will be conducted in four
sessions, each of which will begin at 8.00 a.m. and last not more than

90 minutes. The first session will
3rd January, 1951.



HIS EXCELLENCY the Goveérnor-in-Executive Committee has
appointed a committee with the following terms of reference:

“To examine the conditio:












7th May to 3rd August, 1951.





13.12.50—12n.

HOUSE—One Gabled roof house—
Pitch Pine 22 x 14 x 9, Painted in and
out. Glass-windows. Shedroof and
kitchen attached. Al condition, Apply
to Miss Irisene Lyte, Kirton Land, St.
Philip

16.12.4—2n

MODERN BUNGALOW _ overlooking
Golf Course. 3 Bedrooms, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Gallery, Garage and
Spacious games room underneath. Apply:
Gordon Nicholls. Telephone 8539,

23.12. 50—2n.

“PINFOLD HOUSE”, Pinfold Street,
with the land thereto containing 8,488
sq. ft. Excellent business site Apply:
G. L. W. Clarke & Co., Solicitors, James
Street. 23,12.50—6n

=—!

QUEEN'S COLLEGE

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS B.W.1.

The Governors of Queen's College
invite APP! TIONS for the post of
HEADM » Which — will become
vacant in December 1950. The new
Headmistress will be required to take
up the appointment on Ist September
1951, Queen's College is a day secondary
school with 360 girls on the roll, and is
aided by Government funds, The school
has a good record for scholarship and
games and has a flourishing Girl Guide
Company, Sixth Form work reaches a
high standard; one scholarship and two
exhibitions were gained to Universities in
1950, There is also a Preparatory Depart-
ment.

The Headmistress who should possess
@ good Honours Degree of a_ British
University and a Teacher's Diploma or
Certificate will be required to devote
her whole time to the sehool and
promote out.of-class activities. The
salary offered is per annum, 5
percent of which is deducted as rent
for the unfurnished residence in the
school grounds which is provided for
the use of the Headmistress. The
Headmistress is not a Civil Servant,
but service is pensionable under th
Teachers’ Pension Act. No contribu-
lions are payable but the minimum
qualifying period is ten years. Service
at Queen's College is counted as
qualifying under the English Teachers’
Superannuation Act.”

Passage expenses to Barbados not,
exceeding 2200 will be paid against
appropriate vouchers. A_ term's long
ieave is granted every five years on
request but up to the present no passage
wvoney is available for leave

Applicants should forward a_ state-
ment to the Secretary, Governing Body
Queen’s College, C/o Department otf
Education, The Garrison not later than

3ist January, 1951, giving the follow-
ing particulars:
'. Date and place’ of birth.

2. Schools and University attended

3. Degree, giving subjects and class
obtained.

4. Post-graduate study, including
Teacher's Diploma or Certificate
(if any).

5. Teaching experience § with
and positions held.

6, War Service (if any).

7. Participation in out_of-elass activi-

ties.

8. Games reeord.

9. Administrative @xperienee (if any!
10. Medical Certificate of fitness
ll. Copies of three recent testi-

monials.

12. The names and addresses of tw

referees,

The statement and a recent photo
graph of the applieant should be
ettaeched to a covering letter of appli
cation. 23.!2,50—2n

dates

Schools.

ember, 1951.
1952.
prices. duty free, and the milk

rage fortnightly consumption will

s Office not later than 12 o’clock
1951.

12.12,50—3n

probably be held on Wednesday,
19.12.50—3n

ns in the port area in regard to

the loading aiid landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic, |
wharfves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their |

regulation and improvement.”
2. The Committee invites pe

building in| to give information orally and in writing.

organisations should communicate
Secretary, Mr.
January, 1951.

3. It would be of considerabl
copies of all memoranda could be

;

!

rgons and organisations interested |
All such persons and!

with or send memoranda to the |

F. J, Odle of the Labour Department before 15th |

e benefit to the committee if eight

supplied,

4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as pos-

at Police Court, District “A on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January, 1951 : etd
ut In eelodk, aap.) : sible and it is hoped that anyone
H. A. TALMA mation will not hesitate to make it
Police Magistrate, Dist .
23,12.90—1n {

who can give any relevant infor-
available to the committee
22.12.50-—3n




















































OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Due
Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “DEFENDER” London 7th Dec. 8ist Dee.
8.S. “COLONIAL” Glasgow 9th Dec. ‘25th Dec.
8.8. INVENTOR” ., .. Liverpool 10th Dee 24th Dec,
S8.S. “MULBERRY HILL” London 28rd Dec. 8th Jan.

S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool 24th Dec 7th Jan,





HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

Vessel For
“SPECIALIST” London

For further information apply to - - -
DACOSTA & CO., LTD.-—Agents

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

GENERAL (OPEN) IMPORT LICENCE
THE attention of the public is drawn to a notice—GENBRAL
(OPEN) IMPORT LICENCE—which appeared in the Official Gazette
of the 18th of December, 1950, setting out a list of commodities whict
can be imported without import licences excépt from the countries
mentioned in the said notice,
18th December, 1950,

Closes in Barbados

8.8 Sth Jan











19.12,50—2n





POST OF HOUSEKEEPER, MATERNITY HOSPITAL

Applications are invited for the post of Housekeeper, Maternity
Hospital, Bank Hall, which will be vacant on February Ist, 1951.

2. Duties include the supervision of Domestic Staff, preparation

of meals, checking of stores and laundry. The Housekeeper will work
under the immediate and direct control of the Matron,

3. Salary is at the rate of sixty-four (64) dollars per month
and an allowance for uniform,

4. Applications should be submitted to
Hospital, not later than January 10th, 1951,

the Matron, Maternits



NOTICE

TOKEN IMPORTS FROM THE USA.

Importers are hereby notified that the list of items published, for
Which audited statements are requested for imports from the U.S.A..
during the years 1946 to 1948, is amended as under

Delete: —-Machinery

Raw Materials.
Add: -—Cigarettes, Minerals, Earth Pigment, Rayon Fabrics, Rayon
Cotton Cotton Shirts, Electric Fans,
Radio Apparatus, Freezers & Parts, Electrical Household

Washing Machines, Manufactured Plastic Products, Office
Appliances & parts, Industrial, Chemical Flectric House-
hold Refrigerators

Dresses, Dresses,

(Sed.) F. A. BISHOP,
Comptroller of Supplies.

2ist December, 1950 23.12.50—2n



VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA

APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant posts of Senior Mas-
ter, Dominica Grammar School. The schoo) roll at present numbers
150, and courses will be offered up to the Higher School Certificate
Examination of Cambridge University.

2. Qualifications, Applicants for these two posts should hold
a University degree and be qualified to teach (1) English, History and
Latin, and (2) Mathematics. ;

3. Salary. The posts are pensionable The salary scale is
$1,920 by $120 to $2,400. A cost of living allowance of ten per cent
of salary is also payable, Consideration would be given to appoint-
ing suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with their
qualification and experience

4 Quarters, Quarters are provided

5 Leave, Leave is earned in aceordance with local regulations
and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages.

6. Passage on first appointment. The officer’s passage on first
appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children
of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow
him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment.

7. Conditions of service.
Régulations and local General Orders.



not

Applications stating the applicant’s age, qualifications and teach-
ing experience, and indicating the earliest date on which he could

assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator, Dominica.

19.12.50—3n
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| a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year

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eral public that our main A Happy Christmas
office will not be open for and
business on Saturday, 23rd $ a Prosperous New Year.
instant. g
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GRAND PICNIC &
DANCE

Will be given by
Messrs. BLIAB & MATILDA
RUDDER

On Christmas Bank-Holic
26th December, 1950 i
(day & night)

At WINTER GARDEN CASINO,
Greens’ St. George
ADMISSION; 2/-

Music by ARNOLD MEAN WEL
and His Orchestra

REFRESHMENTS ON SALE



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ne eat FURNITURE

NOTICE

The WOMEN’S SELF HELP
: will be closed on
THURSDAY, 21st. at 12 a.m.
and will be open on
SATURDAY 23rd,
until 3.30 o'clock

Consignors are also asked to

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



Real

JOHN M.

AF.S,,

(Formerly Dixon & Bladon)
Connections

U.K.—CANADA—U,S.A.—VENEZUELA

Before buying examine our extensive lists of high Gass
and Land located in all areas

Property
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teserven sus mesag al telefono 4461
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Miembres def Club solamente (se puede hacerse miembro por

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of extending to our Cus-

At this time

Lstate Agents—Auctioneers —Surveyors

7.30 a9 P.M

tomers, Friends and the
General Public
SEASONAL GREETINGS
for the Christmas period
and our Sincere Wishes
eevee
PROSPERITY IN THE
NEW YEAR
e

message which Summarises
the Spirit of Christmas :
“Peace on Earth, Goodwill
towards Men”

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: “Wm. Fogarty Lid.
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ONE OF THE WINNERS



DR. C. G. MANNING, who with Eric Taylor, won the Doubles Championshi

Geof. Manning.

‘M.C.C. Skittle Out
Australia For 194



Dr

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(From Our Own Correspondent) Patte
MELBOURNE, Dec. 22. 4 in

ENGLAND has done it again. The Australians have been aay
routed for 194 runs and the winning of the game rests Yach

with England’s batsmen in Brisbane.

yp of the Yacht Club Tennis
Tournament yesterday, is seen here as he tries a backhand volley to his opponents Peter Patterson and

Manning, Taylor

Champions

In Yacht Club Games

Cc. G. Manning and Mr

Taylor beat Mr. P. McG.
rson and Mr. G. H. Manning
6—3, and 9—7 in the Men’s
les (Finals) tennis which was
4 at the Royal Barbados

t Club yesterday.

The results of Thursday's Tennis



a ae _ are as follows:-—
mecently England's bowlers did Mixed Doubles
a similar job but rain interfered e re id Mrs. E. P. Taylor beat
and the game which began so Jamaica Police Win hee Dp. Wood and Dr, C "G. Man-
es np? eee lost ning 2—-6, 6—4, 6—3
there is little likelihood o' ° ‘ = aie ‘ ees ) :
rain neutralising the enormou Rifle Competition Miss I Lene sa ant Bi ekog
advantage which the bowlers have Sone Oe ee os 3
oRce again secured LONDON, Dec, 22 and Mr. V Hutson 6—I, © Pee
Despite their heartbreaking The Jamaica Police won the ‘The next set of games will ae
luek in losing Compton at such a Caribbean Colonies Police Forces played on Wednesday, December!
critical period of the tour, the Shooting Competition for 1950 for 27. On that afternoon pile 1 Lan:
Englishmen are well on the way the second successive year, it was egan and Mr. G. H. Manning will
me their first victory sinc: nounced by the National Rifle meet Mrs. R.S Bancroft and Mr.
1 i ssociation here today P. McG. Patterson in the Mixed
Doubles
Bedser’s—A_ Colossal The Jamaica Police obtained a
Performance total of 634 points out of 672

mfortably beating their four
other opponents 3ritish Guiana
Police were second with 607 points
Barbados Police third with 607
(British Guiana had scored high-
est points at 500 yards), Trinidac
Police fourth with 577 points, and

Most credit goes to Alec Bedser
His was a colossal performanc«
From his first over of the day hy
took control of the game with the
best piece of swing bowling I havc
ever seen. Experiencing the nov-

elty of bowling upon a pitch which ; va. Afth and 631
afforded him pace ve lift he set ; ciush Honduras Police fifth an
1 with 567 point
about the job enthusiastically and The Jamaican Police have no
quickly demoralised the opposi hei eA Par
tion. von the trophy 10 times during ¢ ,
the 12 years that the competition 61 1
In his second over of the day has been held a9
he had Morris reach forward de 5
fensively and tickle an ovtswinge lop ers were two Jamaicans T
Ww, _ gave Hutton an easy catch Corporal Morris and Sergean
at fine slip. That early loss had Farcuharson with 82 points from J tes sa “aii +
the Australians wondering « possible 90 Temperament tests for _
whether they had really been canis for Be oy eps hoe
lucky in winning the toss. The captain of the winning proposed at the Na Dir rae ay
Harvey arrived and Bedser team was Assistant Super- Congress here by the Seanclaiiot
weleomed him by putting three jntendent Middleton who with the National # ie. oie
balls clean through his defence. the eight shots receives a silver of | Mental Health le- 88 _
ae, outswingers just beat the ) ,edal in addition to the challenge oe mere intelligence tests we!
oO ump and an inswinger moved nia) futile. ‘
in too far for a leg-before appeal eee: -~(C.P).
Although Harvey played several -—-- ——: ee



scoring shots brilliantly, he never was much faster than the Austra-

looked like overcoming Bedser's {jan pitch has been this season
spirited bowling. On such, batsmen can play shots
The big fellow (Bedser) won attractively and bowlers of abil-

the battle with the aggressive jty can make batsmen realise that

left-hander when a proposed lex jonours of the game are inter-
glance went awry and Evans took departmental after all.

a magnificent catch chest high on it was an excellent pitch and
the leg side. England’s batting to-morrow will

Not satisfied with his brilliant But theirs
burst of bowling, Bedser grabbed
a catch from Archer at second
slip that was almost awe inspiring

be tested considerably

is the job.
SCORES :

Austratia Ist Innin

Archer got a thick tickle on Archer ¢ Bedser b mee y 4
ball from Bailey and the catch Morris ¢ Hutton b Peder 42
went wide of Bedser at second Miller I.b.w. b Brown 18

Hassett b Bailey
Loxton e¢ Evans b_Close
b Bailey

slip. Bedser lurched
threw out his right h:

sideways,
nd and the



Lindwall 1.b.w



ball stuck fast. It was a morale ‘fajlon not out
breaking and match’ winning 1. Johnson c¢ Parkhouse b Bedser 0
effort W. Johnston ¢ Hutgon b Bedser 0
f Iverso ail
He was ably supported by Bai- “fF Soe ri 210 6

ley, who has improved each :
match this tour. The wiry Essex Total ve
man bashed them down on length
and was prepared to bow] until 4
the sun went down.

Fall of wicket 6.
192, 8-—193, 9

93, 5—177, 6

177, 7

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Hassett Fought Back Soe. ae a
The only Australian sufficiently Baile 171 5 0 84
equipped to meet the Bedser on- Bedse: ee ar
slaught on fairly level terms was Wieeent Bese) ae
Hassett. His complete absence Close f Pages

of backswing and his clever use
of the dead bat allowed him to
keep the ball down when Bedsei
bowled to three short legs and
two slips.

Wright’s Bad Day




Indian Universities Hold
Commonwealth To A Draw

CALCUTTA, Dec 22
England was unlucky _ that The Indian Universitie ved
Wright had an atrociously bad ‘heir match against the Com-
day. ‘Yried from each end in monwealth touring cricketer
turn he could not refrain from today when a draw resulted
bowling short, and he allowed the The Universities were all out in
batsmen the only respite they their first innings for 195 and
had all day Had he bowled as so hed to follow on being 154
he did in Brisbane where he was runs behind the Commonwealth
the most impressive bowler of total of 349 for 9 declared
either side, Australia would be in In their second innings the
a worse position than the highly Universities easily saved the
dangerous one they are in now game scoring 205 for 5 before
Pitch Was Fast sIstumps were drawn at the closc
The low score implies that theffof the three days match
piteh was sporty. It was not. 1h —RKeuter

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Moon (Full): December 24
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lli-t i mlin '2 3 IH.IO Barbabms Miacate Travel Agency Will Operate In Barbados AMERICANS PLA\ TOVIUST ASSAULT Oi\ CAJtIBBEAJf \ GIGANTIC SCHEME to bring Amerteul tourists to the Caribbean Is planned lor next year. The scheme is promoted by Mr. 'ii.addeus Hyatt, President of the Air V&rine Travel Service, New York City, and Mr. Jea:t Iversen. Manager of the Marine Hotel. Mr. HyaU visited Barbados in October during a tour of the entire Caribbean area. The object of this tour was to rind another tourist outlet for his extensive travel organisation. There ;tre eleven wholesale u.iv. .<> ihe U.S.. Air Marine Travel Service bainfl ou "I the lending %  HJ'IHMV Since Mr. Hyatt's return, plans for the scheme have been finalised and these agencies have beam distributing leaflet-, and other literature about the Caribbean, in Ind buildings. Federal Offi. en, eChobll and other places. — Mr Iversen told Ihe Advocate yesterdav that the srlume planned ..i is a traffic promotion -aheme from the Mid-Wee! Stalaa to puerto Rico. The tour A-III tuKp tourists out of any US _?""•• CWJ dorn New Orleans. Si LOUU §4 w %  £ W 'o Chicago, Boston and New York I If Of to Puerto Hico. using Pun American Airways. Eastern Airlines I Mc l| u ;.m Southern Airhnt Ladies irst Again Two ladies took the niaj.-i bonours In the two competitions run fn the Advocate Christmas Number which closed yesterday afternoon In ihe "Advocate Christmas Number Competition" for which the i bn is .< 15-pound Turkey and 4 bottles II( spirits the winner wnMiss Patricia Applewhaltc of Black Rock. St. Michael, and i" the Wrist Watch Competition, run by Alfonso B. De Lima 4 Co.. the winner was Mrs Winifren Sealy of Pitt's Village, Rt James Tlds makes it the third time In a row that the Advocate Xmas Number Competition > md • %  prosperous New Year to you all. Message from the Secretary State for the Colonies — "In associating myself with the message from l!.< of Transport 1 -end m> mrdia greetings and good wishes specially to all members of the Merchant Navy who cam*, from the British Colonial territories and also to all those who are %  0 generously helping to piovide for the comfort and entertainment of our seamen Colonial ports''. Gateway to Caribbean PuartO Hico has long been known as Ihe gateway to the Caribbean, b> people in the U S. and it is only fitting that the Caribbean tour should begin with a stop at Puerto Rico it is also <>> tai II.i mos* convenient starting point fiom ihe point of view Of an travel Kiom Puerto Rico, a series of all expense tours from six to fifteen days will bv orgauised leaving Puerto Rico three limes a week. Transportation from than." to Barbados and the other Caribmdg, wiU be by II W I A An "All Expense tour", is genally paid for at the start of the journey and tins will cover plane otel bill, tours of the variasportaooa to and from the airports etc Most popular tour will be the fifteen day trip, which begins three day slop in Puerto i the Condado Beach Hotel with lours of the island Next stop will be Barbados where tourists can spend three nights at any chosen hotel, with tours of the island Three day stops at Grenada and Tobago are also planned, and finally a night In Trinidad lo connect with the dnect flight from there to Puerto Rico. %  Holiday Travel' In conjunction with and in order to handle this scheme, a Travel Agency named the "Holiday Travel Consultants of Canada Ltd are opening a bureau in the lobo> of Messrs Cave Shepherd and Co.. Ltd. It is expected that this bureau will be fitted up and ready to operate by January 15th. The President of this rompany id other representatives have already visited Barbados and made contacts. Mr. James Rcddekopp art i arriving here shortly will • in charge. This agency will not only help the tourists, but will be able to lcar reservation space lo all the Caribbean islands. Clearing reservations is most important for the success of the whole scheme When hotels and guest houses e all Oiled, "Holiday Travel" will interview residents in the hotel areas who have private homes, which could be used lo nrovide sleeping facilities for EourLiti This agency knows only toi ell the limited hotel accommodation in the, island and additional i-commodation will be needed with the increased flights to Barbados, due to the improvement of the airport. The revenue from prospective Barbadian tourists who have been turned down all over the U.S. and Canada runs in to tremendou IlKures and some of that revenue L-ould be gained by this scheme of 'Tourist Housing -Facilities Communists Begin Winter Offensive CORPORAL BEST. Police SaoU of the Barbados Police Force at %  Truman Forms New Security Committee" WASHINGTON, Dec 11 l*i*-Mileni Truman has created rverall Committee to coordinate the United Stales Govenoneni mUltarj iciatinnahips with oountrtea in military or lUanea srrth America AcUli| 00 what h. 'the most urgent organisational problem we race" Mi Truman yesterday e-tal.l }I,,I Committee on International Security Allan Me namad Ifr Thomas Dudley C sbol i Boston industi bankai ..in cfaa Mr Cabot, a IWWcomer to the au nt will occupy that position by virtue of his jmiiuilion as Director foi International Security Affairs a new %  nice to bo opanad In tlu Btato Department The new Committees function accord! mc to the State Department and the White House is the % %  handling of International security matter-, and military and economic aasManee foi mulual defence This would Includo both military and pnlitleal alliances such .is the North Atlantic Treatv Orga ni sa ti on and several oponomi. aid programmes designed to enable non-Communist European and Asiatic countries to aod arm themselves —Kruler Otaus. i sean bars %  he di-tni>ute4 gift, to children of thmmkr. I P-rty held M District A' ye.te.d-y members More Canadian Goods For W.L OTTAWA. Dec.22. The 1 radi Department aiinoupcojd today a numbei of additions to tha list of goods which Canada will be able to export to the West India* un.i... ,, Trade Liberal I1 n plan lU'veloped tw, months ago i Idrttona reauli from n*olorween tha United States !"• %  Hnti*lL autl lies. The i 1 '" i into effect on January I. and will be reviewed within six n onthg to examine ihe pondhi %  further relaxation of HU|>rt restrlrtinn-. I Old \ IO-IIV1 U.S. COMMANDER KILLED Lleuiriunt-General WaJUm Walker (Bli. (..iiiin.iiiii.-i af the I nlted suiis Khthth Arm> Corps, has been allied In a road arddent near Seoul World War III Will Not Start In Berlin HEHUN. Dec. aa, Major Qeneral Bourne BrlttfeJ Cwimaii iant In Berlin said today that the danger of Berlin's becoming the flnslipoiut of w war three had completely %  ppeared. Reviewing Berlin'i political economn development m 19M General Bourne told e lents he was completely e.nlliU that Wesl Berlin would nc\ . radio apparnlu>, office apparatus and part*. Iiirtu.Uial cheniicals. electru h.UM'hoM refngeratt.rs. freezers and parts Of eject ri. household washing machines and manufactured pln^tle Ptodueti This list also Ini IM I.I>OII dresses and women's Iresaes (CP> Vyshinsky In Plvmoiilh PLYMOt ru i>. Andrei are in liaerM iiie in BrlUsli wati al] 01 on t< I Havre. Wlttl : partj .>i u nu rerunune hon. ITom the United NationQanei il Hi M ill ,i %  l>rt this .ift,-. %  Jto one >• ,o permlltad t.. -.. \tt l rsftllMBj who had spent lb la.vi thrtv days "f the voyage in hi' in'. rated guard petrolled the iviagrwa.v outride hii c aurj suite Quaetlou put to the Russian H' Knghsh. rn-neh. OerBM nd Bpaoiah snare met with a hea.i nict" (Rueatan f. if Mi and rentti I shako %  no") When reporters .nked lq were i leep i' alarmed thes "da %  .iii.i i He was said to haw Mao* m the tnlpl activities dl voyage He visited the dnegaa bad a K anie of cards in th,ltll ,k. room and attended a eeckhUl Party given by the captain -but r "2*2L W,th a bod*Wrd of al leafl four men around him % % %  III War Danger Is In The East SAYS TITO HKUiUADK. IV22 Marshal Tito told Yugoslavs tu< • %  > -Ttiere is war danger from IIW Last." "We l-">il'i 30 KILLED IN BUS COLLISION PKAOUI i" .:: %  d .slien an express train %  ami I'odivm. Hare* pal it was learned ttatep. '. ial news agency i mat the level eroaalna keepei baa lie*'!. irraitedL Ketiter i IIIIISI>I\S i.\ niiMiiui ^ igvs a ^H ass I sw^^~JklBssr L ssssssv ff IT^ f Bethell Returns MR. FRHliKTHELL, M C.F Junior Ifembei f.>r Si John i the Houee of Assembly, returnr from New Zealand yesterdt where he represented Barbados al a meelii.r <>1 the British Empire Parliament:!!'.-. Association Mr BOthell told the Advocate that the conference was a areacuccess Porty-two of the tort] eight nations of the Commonwealth V '. 11 re eighty deleg l Tin confi rence look place Wellington, and leetad e, emigre ti Qovernmeat were among the itemi Vrhlch wen nt ..t th,%  Mr liethell sett* he stressed th. BarhadM ^raong a> On Page 1-OMnON. Dee. 22 vealth Sugar Produi ire are to reeelva £32 17. e pci ton f.o.b for sugar export to the 1 'iiitrd Kingdom in 1951. This t* |n IN. tt-w of £2 7 ft on U,iMtnlstry of Pood price for last An official Ministry of Feed anmeenient tfhl*. afternoon sa>* lUreement on the price had n rearhed fnllowliiK dlseussioim areen tha Ministry md ' Commonwealth pro! b) Prenuei Ifanlon of Quaegaaand It is not clear whether the prlnllle of paying a common price to II the Commonwealth will be re%  .-.., tlial Ives be %  ' "The, *-ant to prepare their |-ople .. reli oi the people <>r Ihe world In irrier to receive some )ustif1calon if to-morrow thev attack u %  ten I.-1 Red China Rejects Ceasefire Appeal Seoul is Target TOKYO, Dec. 22. (^OMMUNIST thrusts now probing the main United Motions line in Northwest Korea may be the initial phase of a winter offensive by 80,000 to 100,000 men across the 38th parallel, General Mtu-Arthur's Intelligence Staff said today. The report said that the Communists were preparing to sweep south towards Seoul. Most of the persistent probing attacks in the past eight days were aimed at feeling out United Nations strength astride the three main highways leading to the South Korean capital. The report %  Id then am i poeaibtllty oi %  Coninaiv ist thnisl gouth t"war Is the important communi. .' town nf Chungchon In the cantro of tlu|tenirutulu m miles south o( tl i north of Cluiiigohoo had not tain positivel "but horses and eaingtai renortajd tn have been *ei In the Immediate arM besonej tu Chinese i %  i — k Just north of the hattle area, there were indications of an lnng romniunist buildup. Hoads in rear areas were reports*) clear of snow wiUi continual heavy traffic Warships. warplanes and OK mi: • SPOT BVBRYHODV had \ the l D 11 g a Reei i;i' unda i" hjaai gramme of Chi Carols and Husk b Antigua Police Mr H 1 Hi both leal on platform *;n. i %  nd down orenl the iii.itform. Musical inMi lit police H .ill dlreetlona end a* of the crow,! coul i be heard ill Bftl th -in %  > gl'oiind lit on till! tlu Election Results Worthless -RUSSIANS SAY l,ONI>i>\ i i, i in' results In >-mht UK., hlles in i tue lare%  si Hepnblic in the S..vi.i 1'iiino here been oflk lau> ds> I i '" %  MI ii fi knj inti i alec M < Radio -aid today Klcrtioiiv were noi held la ita m Bel lets foi reason*.. The radio did n A dtacloae what tho "Infrina? men) 1 "vacant" district i fnr regtonal dtgtrli t villages and "eettloment" ooundls -d. pirn i >.n D..eiulei 17 The pereaegaaa of thi eleetorete NEW YOHK. let 22 A New York radio ital day broadcast a Tokyo message saying that Communist fhlna has jeje.ied the three am United -.!^,;TK;' c ;^'' l ,, "•' %  *** ***** out for .ho pa, %  t the iwfcryiSt^gaAaWJ east by Ule Chine-e 1 (immmiiil elacu*! 47 fl ,.. %  ..f ihf„, over lVklli, radio Th,Porrlmi .,„. „.., „,„ I >l ^7.8;i SECOND TEST In the i • ... .1 dj> of the SeeesHl Feal Hatch beeaseea Kmland and Australia al Mrlhourne. IniUiid seiired 128 for the loss of 7 uikeln In replv lo Australia's 1st imiiii-tolsl of 1M. The wkhet SHH dracrlbed aa a lively one Scores follow:— U .-hl.l.M.k | |, ... b Luidwall 21 Simpson r | I M,II b Miller 4 li-wr-. r Miller b B JohnsUme llullon %  I-lion l> IverI'arkhnuse c Miller Close e lesion b I son Halle* b l.induall Itruun nwt out i Ktrai Total lor 7 wfthv II b I* 17 IS "lM Minister rejected tbc proposal unlawful' because the Chlnesn c nniniunists did not partfa Ipeti the enmmiltee's formation. — %  eater 100,000 Kitted In 12 Months HOW, KON(;, Dec. 21 The chine.e Communist regime %  pparenUs hi aattlaa the suge toi u harsh new punitive %  aKDOlfl .. %  • %  %  ... its name toi .inti-Ciriunurusts : One tip came off in early DOleernhei when an "lllriMlly cor [trolled newspaper the Mlieralksn Dally in Shanghai seolded UV 'Hed flovemment for being too .lenient toward growui* banditrand discontent among the masse The Communist newspaper dl> I closed that in 'he last 12 month 1100.000 bandits had been wipe out and 10.000 Nationalist agen* .rounded up in 2,000 cases of underground activity. Hut this enu not enough liberation, the dail. %  egg, It wai time for Communi i authorities' to come out of the:' slate of romplaeency and peji ef thought* and take sharper actloi One Sli.inghai pupe said Amem is a country srithoul unless it Is the culture of yellow rOUnsaUam and th.display ol women's legs in movie advertisi ments—fCP ) .trtillery '-l nnd quilted uniformsimilar to the Chinese he said Air Attacks Thi Chinese now reported to %  id into Hsmhunf sis m On Page | Krulri TKI.L TIIK AnVd by the United Nation.prln"The only German military force, row basis of a conference on ,.,,! for solving international which exists at present i* thi-, German demilitarisation -*/• ,, W oms hy peaceful negotjation which has been for many month-. v. note of a |d that Britain had "a • tablished in the Soviet V. No.embei 3 TO which they were K ,.nulne desire to put an end to which is trained on militai replying 0U1 •'< axiStlag international tension w,th artillery and tanks" I effort to eaadeve The note then said thai cent discussion on the uulu-ioito assign representatives to And a It said that Britain would be of German units in the defence f mutually acceptable basis for a preno "xplore with the Western Europe wa solely due t" meeting of the four Foreign Soviet United States and French Soviai policies which "have eoro'ivgeated that tha Governmentthe possibility of pelled the other nations t vjuartera St flndmg a mul ally acceptable examine all meani of impro. inn iLake Success would be the best baale for a meeting of Forohai their jecurity".—Sealer. Thw) c garett %  f discrimjnatirrg folk AttBafawSP^atlBniin



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r-Ac.r rorn BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. IK, BARl^Sj^AmOOWE SnllirdiH. Dr. ember 23. 1950 TWELVE PLAXKS" THE announcement thai twelve planes will la. indication ol thi progress] in to N was decided lo make Seawell a modern airport capabJ aunodatln^ large aiitraft. and fast from the dayi -l 1090 when the arrival ol %  plane WH the DOCVtOTl i"i .MI unnfficial In.lid.i;. One ye Ma put Baihados on the map and the expenditure on the runway which now bears comparison with many ol those to be found in bfggajr countries has yielded returns beyond the foodttl hopt of those who advoceted It In recent months several lines have made application to the Government for permission to come to Seawell and with the other improvements proposal mode there It is likely that there will still be further applications. U is satisfying however to find that within a short time of the modernising of the airport there has been so great an increoM in traffic. Included in to-days arrivals are world airliners which connect Seawell with world airports that cater to the airlines linking up the big citi.>s. Besides these there are those from Venezuela always welcome in our midst. In the suminer months Venezuelans were persuaded to come to this island and so satisfied are they that many are spending their winter holiday here as well. The net result of a new runway at Seawell is that there will be more employment and more money in circulation. Some of the dollars which we need to pui chase items outsute the sterling area will be earned by the services rendered to these visitors With better forms of advertising there might even be an increase on the present air traffic. Barbados with an up-to-date airport, and good hotel ( act-ornmodation might become the gateway to the South. To-day"s twelve planes are in omen for the future Charity THIS will be the happiest Christmas in years for many of the charitable societies in Barbados. A distinguished visitor to the Island who shall be nameless has been most generous in playing the role of Fairy God-mother and many a Cinderella will get to the ball (metaphorically speaking) as a result. The people of Barbados have maintained %  spirit of giving which is not always appreciated by visitors from abroad. The merchant of Bridgetown regards Christmas as a season of more giving not the season of gh Ing There is hardly a month in the year, indeed hardly a week when someone does not come with cap in hand or penoH sharpened at both ends to collect a subscription for some charily or other. It is doubly welcome then to find that visitors to thts island are joining in this ancient ami honourable tradition dfl giving. It is indeed oneof the noblest of pastimes and it is for the giver the best form ol insurant since there is authority for saying that he is more blessed. Charily, ej ihc saying goes, begin* a] home. That has been proved in the case of Barbados by the very large number! of organisation;: which have been founded to perform acts nf charity. But charity will always welcome help Ironi abroad and this wonderful example of the distinguished philanthropist m our midst ought to act as a goad to remind others; in the words of Freya Stark, how rich an opportunity for alms giving is presented in this little island. May the number of our philanthtopi.r.s i*. Increeaad. may all those who can but who have n< t yet given, give, and may God grant ifi.'m all and us a happy Xmas. Attlee At The End LONDON. Dec. 15 AUlee x-urrted Into .ust three •nd u hail %  Ha bad flown from New Veak, arrived in the morning • jllcd on the Funs, concocted a short Hatement for the Commons, and just gut there in time, lookup Uke %  wii.wlboy who rouMnl think of What he had lo say. however. ;... ananfeaa, our I Time Minister has a way of making important statements m %  vefua .aid uninspired tone of I I "is, of course. Is a tradi( on la Bngllsa politics, it is said, not, thai when Stanley Italdwin aaaouaead thipre-war ...i French Entente with the brass 'Britatn'i frontiers now %  taad an the RMna, 1 he left a 'ong pause before the word RD OS, nld IT" twice and scurled around among hi* papers as %  f he had lost the frontier. In thai tradition, this week, a carloonlst draws Mr Attlee saying. i have to anil oi i not — ahem -that thr world can be expected -or—to come to an end tomorWhi-n he came back from Was h ington, Clement Attlee knew I c had to face a confused conmrse of politicians who had put l gnat deal of faith in his vtaft levated a kind of verbal lightning conductor with Its i.ioriKs pointing towards ihe two most highly-charged ,|o ()l | One loud ought lie labelled. -Atom %  mo' iiiishrnoni'laped cloud — and the other IfacArthur", The llghtDlB| conductor, this little •naaso 11 designed lo east thi aVtC* iii| tension It succeeded. But. so often happens, the mo*' iking polihcal speeches of the t, have come from Winston 'lurchill He has had the wits crHfteJag General MacArthur"h fiduct without widening Anglo. .merican differences. He has %  Iked some sound sense on the itom bomb without rousing vior-nt emotion. Every time Winston Churchill rises, the political commentators now wonder whether they can glean from his speech what the Government's policy will be next week. (In this conex: I am reminded of the story >t Churchill's description of Attlee as a "sheep in sheep'" doitunu") This week's political wlticiim; There are 615 M.Ps. 614 are meglomanlacs. and the other one ig Aneurln Ilevan — we have no 'lassiflcation for him. This was aid by Mr Beverly Baxter, Some trans-Atlantic tipsters have decided that Tom Dewey mil run again us Pr. c a n didate In 1952 as he Is the only politician In America who has successfully developed a tail on personality. Probably Franklin D Roosevelt was elected. President three times In succession because he developed Ihe greatest broadcast personality of any politician of all time? By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS SS£l .hJrl£ ,an P 5S& £ in i .K'ordlrw: to a recent %  u.'vcv. bsnrVVer, i percent television viewers try to read the same tim. Does this ju.stify D fat mmum' for President a third lime'.' On this side Of the* Atlantic, none of our political leaders, has >ei geeUaiatbitd hlmeeil to ieft+> viatotv I fan*.. Herbert Morrison i Ibt only leading labour poliIklaa who could attempt It, although Aneurln Bevan might try without knowing that he looked rather more than Ufa :/• in a %  minst-room. On the CooIde I doubt arlMthei Antaonj Hta could transfer his charming platform manner to the demands of ihe television camera. But two minor characters or. the Westminster stage — Bob Boothby. the To. v. ana Michael FOOL the Socialist have been putting themselves over succourfully in telecasts Both, of course. have the advantage of few polltical responsibi.ilies on their shoulders so they can put all their weight into weekly debntMR t I. KM I-NT ATTLEE ing matches in front of the camera. Boothby. who wrote his autobiography under the title, "I Fight to Live", is a Tory with unorthodox views and a way of criticising his own party as well as his opponents. He has fought for British unity with Europe and against British dependence on America; he is a member for the llshing city of Aberdeen and %  0 taHl the House of Commons %  bout herrings. He was once in a Conservative Government, but prefers the freelance pleasures pf a Itackbench orator. The latest problem before British television is how to do a programme about books. Sir William Haley, the Director-General of the BBC said the other day that the ordinary broadcast programmes could not find a man who could talk about books with Mifllclcnt gusto. As for television; —a book programme on television has not yet been attempted. According to Sir William watching television need not compete with The promising y uug mar making the highest book rales ir Lie Chrisim-.s season wiUi ho new book was alive two hundrec years ago. James Bocwrll. UM self-centred biographer of Samuel Johnson has recently had hi memoirs of hew to be a rak> .iround town published—with great success The tntn • %  this man will g^ far. aid the.. .ire ju.xiously awaiting hsi next work—with greater wriousni H we trust For myself. I thankful Boswell isn't alive day to be advised by the IMtrary critics. He would probably be hired by "The New Yorker" and an American publishing house V do u tour of Spain or Greece or Turkey. As it was he took h own lour round the Hebrides, and met Samuel Johns* n whose sour attitude to women eontl sharply with Boswell'i mannish gaiety Knee Barnard Shaw died, all kinds and manners of mtn hn been writing obituaries, tributes, afterthoughts, penengl i tftte lions, and now we have almo* ixiiehi-il the I was Bernai Shaw's barlier" stage. I prefer Ihe story of ., Dublin dustman who lost £16 in erecting a plaqu on the house where George Bern ard Shaw was liorn in Swi Street, Dublin, in 1856 The dustman who loved Shaw in Dubln is a bitter reflection on th< Republic of Ireland which put .i silk t-phat on its leading poet-W. B Yeats and called him a Senator; this Dublin that daren't rlalm Shaw The dustman thought his HI6 well lost for Shaw invited him to Avot St Lawrence and the tablet is th# famous one that was written bv Shaw and ends with the w "m". The set ixdchild's rules of English grammar provide that 4 preposition is a bad word !< %  end a sentence with. The ston< mason who was charged with cutting Shaw's inscription wrote a most polite letter to the playwright calling attention to thiultimate preposition. Shaw wrote back to tell him that Englisn grammar was made for man and that In any case that he. Shaw. Wai BO and that these rules wcr" something he could not put himself out to. "Quo Vadis' is corning. The monster fllm with Peter Ustincv as Nero has been produced I Rome regardless of expense, and the Italian siesta The best new.* we have of It is that Hollywood has taken the question mark out of "Quo Vacus?" as they sav there Is no question about where "Quo Vadis" is going. Self-Government And Freedom ("Betrayal In India" BV % %  >. I Kara It n—Gollanez) I.ONDON IN 1B47, when prices were rising and food was short, the Government of .India removed ontrola from foodgralns. Conhols hud first been Imposed in 1H42, and though in some areas they had been Ineffective, they %  ived others from the most 'nous consequences of the loss >( India's overseas supplies. Eight •lonths after removing controls, the government was obliged to noose them because speculation and shortage had raised prices l>e>-,.i ni the reach of tinmass of Indians. It may seem atranae that Mr Nehru's government, thought ai the time by many outside India lo bo "left 1 ', should have taken this attitude towards the food problem of the people. In Britain, in similar circumstances. Conservatives -would not hesitate Miymoro than Socialists, to mako onrroli more rtuorou*. Bui Mahatma Gandhi supportiidg abolition of the control of food, inselled: "It unmans the people and deprives them of initiative: it undoes the teaching, of selfhelp .it makes them spoonfed %  Mi Gandhi's own saintly character misled him when he estimated the consequences ot abolition. But If he could not foresee the speculation that would llourish. there is no dnuM. that like a large numlier of CoaartSI Itadart, he considered all reslrnlnts on private business wrong. We can now see In practice what self-government means for Reviewed By i. 8. Timothy India In the economic sphere. The pntiiie, or course, is neither clear nor simple, and little attention has bean paid to this aspect of Mr. Nehru's policy. But "Betrayal in India" by an Indian Journalist, though not pretending to be complete, gives evidence enough thai the prasanl government of India, so far from solving lndi;i"' econnmie dttncullies, is constiintly faced with strikes, and in nptta ol the inunansa personal I I the Prime Minister Is oslng support among those who I oped thai indi'iH-ndenee would : smle iiinaa "The common man of India says Mr. Karaka, "thought thai with the Installation of an Indian govanunaat ai New Delhi a inillenium would be ushered In He had traced all our troubles to our state of deiwndcnce, and believed that in a free India I'overned by our own leaders. these troubles would end. The monies made by the sweat of Indian labour would henceforth slay in the country and be circulated back to the people To-day. this same Indian is bitterly disillusioned, for his plight is worse thai, it ever was." These are the words not of Socialist or Communhtt, but a Liberal, deeply convinced of the i.ecesslty of Indian Independence. yet concerned that the government's total it arum attitude in politics, Mid '-(competence and corruption In iconomlc matters, will reproduce in India the storv of China. Congress itself has drawn attention to one aspect of India'* economic weakness. In January. last year the President issued :i wise directive, which among other things warned the party o' the serious effect of the participation of members In the black market, and noted that "not seldom Is a place on transportation committees, cloth licensing boards and allied bodies abused so ns to secure privileges mil profits for the members or their friends." Mr Karaka's conclusion is emphatic. In two yean Congress has "proved itself more teacUonary, more corrupt, monrapitaltHt more intolerant, and at times, even more oppressive than ... the British" This is not the view of one who wants the British back, or who %  ild not want them to leavo. It is the bitter, no doubt exaggerated criticism of his own government by ;i man who hoped everything from It. Whether one fully accepts M: Karaka's picture or not, a study of it is instructive both tor 1'iose who to-djy misunderstand Colonial nationalism, and foi Colonial nationalists themselves The former can learn that nationalism in subject peoples does not necessarily mean acceptance of the Communist ideology. The latter can learn the lesson Mr. Karak.i himself suggests— that to make a nation tree la not in itself enough to make free the individuals who comprise It. My Elderly Aunt K. Hazel Hn. LONDON, Dec. 15. The \rouble about a film like tb" IllWMll •Kinn Solomon 1 Mm. for Colonials is lhat all one's English r UH 0 HI lake it as gospel truth—a sort ol documenun y on life In the Colonies. Take your -lilnly aunl lo it, and you will never again dissuade her Irom the idea lhat your daily route to office does not lead you thigh-high through swamp seething with hungry crocodiles. II was lather saddening to reflect that in 21 years in Africa one had nol seen half of the game that Deborah Kerr •tumbled KTOM In one technicolor morning And with a Stewart Granger safari you never by any chance go round a swamp. Oh no' Just plunge in. bullock carts and all! The one realistic note in the whole film is the expression on those bullocks' faces. The lilm has not had a good reception by Ihe critics. They all agree, however, thai if you forget lhat there ever was a book tailed "King Solomon's Mines" which this •ilm is supposed to represent, then you may find much to enjoy in it. Personally. I think this film will be appreciated overseas, because Ihe all-time low m the acting standard is offset by the excellence of the animal shots. I have seen nothing comparable to them before in any film, American or British. They are action shots taken at the most dramatic moments in animal life. The film opens with a lerrifyingly vivid shot of Ihe shooting of an enormous bull elephanl, and the pandemonium which breaks out in the herd as the great form crumbles to the ground. There is a completely authentic and brilliant shot of a stampede from a bush-fire, one of the most terrifying spectacles that one can witness. I have seen it myself, and can vouch for Ihe accuracy of the photography. There is a remarkably realistic close-up of an angry leopard making short work of Deborah Kerr's sleeping tent, which made me feel that the photographers must have taken out a good number of life policies before they went on location. British administrators in many Colonies will find joy in Stewart Granger's extremely funny version of Key-Swahili as She is Spoke. The African members of the cast must have had a hard lime keeping a straight face. 1 also found myself wonderim; how the cameramen managed to overcome the native superstition which holds that the devil himself lives in every camera, and that the lense is the incarnation of the evil eye. The rural tribes are usually exceedingly camera-shy in Kenya, and some very strong form of bribery must have been found to induce them to pose, and even act, in the film. There were some strange effects in the technicolor, notably Stewart Granger's sunburnt face, which looked rather like a white tennis shoe badly cleaned with brown bootpolish. They somehow achieved the authentic, strange blue-green which is the general effect of Ihe East African bush country however, and the particularly glaring effect of the sun at high noon. Anyone who knows East Africa will have a fascinating time picking out famous landmarks against phoney Elstree painted sets. There is, for example, a magnificent shot of Mount Kenya's twin peaks superimposed on a surrealist Elstree desert which resembles the sort of picture one finds on Ihe top of a date-carton. Perhaps the most authentic thing of all is the sound-track. The sound of crickets bull-frogs, a distant hyena, and other bush notaea It guaranteed lo make am exiled Colonials want to take the next boat" home D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS al THE COLONNADE Tins SELECT P. MILK Tins It \ I ( III I i Hi PEAS Sollies MrEK'ANS HI I H Usually Nai M 80 M .2:1 Are You Learning To Fly Well here we are in the cockpit Hying round the airfield at 1.000ft. for our most important lesson: landing We have just tk fully. ..tl heati'i1 wtor rudiH ght You opened the throttle sln> and remembered to uga der coin when the plane was xoii more gently when il e speed. You moved the stick forward The Mil avenl up . you glanced a) youi airspeed. cased the slick back and It HO she was off Very good. And your turns ore improving r.'ow we'll -. and land I ve got her. No natter from which direction we appro;.i h i, : i WCr CITl .i,. it to the Ief1 We turn ovei look down „i ih< nal square. No special signals out We look ;it the it is parallel u Ith grass where ,i metal i HI to be. Wo will hind aim Round we KM d %  %  downwind the wlrrl -nength. If we go shorter way; but w< -ugh to lose our hi ,•!.' during the fly-in. All right—I'm tinning across wind now. As I do so 1 Utrottle bard back and ti de steadily al 80 n.iies an hour. No* hsjta we need aU our alert, new and judgment We must %  Irfletd, watch our airspeed, and watch for planes And we must do our final turn-in hi thai win allow niiiv tn the of our "runway." Tak;i U"ik now at the diagram above ran see we're going to land short of the nirfU'ld—oi Rometning :: stretch our glide—so I must ,.i>.-n the throttle a bit to pull us along. That's right-we'll make it now. no I'll throttle back and glide again. As we cross the airfield boundary I start lo eese the nose rja We lose speed and start to sink gent I v We*re ten feet up at 50 miles an hOlir six feel at 47— back and back comes the stick—and at 45 WO Hall softly on to ihe ground and run alonj II All 1 (In now is keep The stick back and keep her straight until she stops v/eve landed ig| to do 1/ you '."Of." Our Headers Say : Wonderland To the Editor. The Advocate— Sir—Might I be permitted • add my three cents worth to the complaint made by II D i in regard to the congestion of the main road in front of the Hastings and Ocean View Hotels I would also like to Include the Hoyal Hotel in this same complaint Recently I lui.i the Interestinn experience ii driving up to trie Occ in View Hotel to pick up *ome Canadian friends who were staying there, but was m And room lo stop my car hiie I went into the hotel walk back to the hotel, a policeman informed me lhat the aren where I had placed my car WU reserved for hired cars and was not for use by private cars There was not n single hired, or other car tor lhat matter, parked within this studded area, so I asked UM policeman if he could And me %  'top my car near the Ocean v'lew Hotel, but he saia a matter outside hU Control 1 would add. in jiutice lo him. that he then to leave my car in the studded area while I fetched my friends out oX the hotel Surely the longer ono stays in Harbados the more convince'! one becomes that this island |fl *he original Alice's Wonderland „ _., J. B. METWICK Hastings, rjecembcr 10. 1950 The Carol Service To [he Editor. Tlie Adrocofe.— SIR.—I would like to record mv absolute disgust over the Chrlslm ?. s W"T'". R * l 'l at St Mich. iVccn'h* n Tu ,d *V 19lh Since when dgNM one book seat* in a church for an occasion like this. Have we at las* reduced our •-hurch.es to the status of clnemaO I may add that fully one-third of ihe available room downstairs was barred to the general public 1 was told on enquiring that these seats were reserved apparently for the chosen few DISGUSTED. Green Treea To ihe Editor. The Adforofr.— SIR.Be so kind as to allow me to send a word of greeting once more to my people, who assemble rvery Sunday night under the Green Trees In Palrchild Street ror spiritual benefits. The past year in Barbados has '-•< 0 a blessing to us in many ways. We are yd spared from the horrors of pestilence and storm although In olher parts of the world there Is much disturbance Maiesmcn and representatives of all nations are travelling thousands of miles from .their countries to meet ea ch other with a hope of attaining an understanding for a peaceful settlemenl among nate J"" ** wno -"veiled to Belhlehem by the spirit of goodr.1.1.1 e received an understanding and accepted thai Peace which only comes from "the Prince of Peace and is offered to ail iUoples kmdred ton ues a "' It Is our desire and fervent pra>er th.ii the oneness of love find loncord may once more be found at the Altar of mercy, the Shrln< of sacriuce which can onlv lausfi man s desires ""?' !!! v God <* Chris'mn. breathe Blessings of Pea. and all. and may we at: prosperous New Year. REV. UONIL SMITH Christmas Eve In Toun sWathJatfeMi"*' Th ? ****••* Upas in" "'* '",",'!',' £M? 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fAGE TENBARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, i960 DR C O MANNINO. k0 *** Cue Tajlor Tournament yr-Wrd-iy. is MM bats %  • I'" trie* QaofManning M.C.C. Sfcittte On* Australia For 194 Manning. Taylor li;iiii|iiiniIn Yacht Club Games I., < i, Mannlnf Mid M K P. Taylor bcai Mi l' stcO (From Our Own Corrcspoadenl) *J '• S'JtSS MELBOURNE. DK It SSJTm ENGLAND has done it again The Australians have bee. :|l) K oyai Bartwio* routed for 194 runs and the winning of the name rosK y,.,,. Club yeetarday. with England's bntsmen in Brltl ana. a>cciuiv England's IMW1S did a atmilji jnj but rain interfered and th.' game which Iwgnn u, prerni>uu;l\ was ultimately lo*t %  %  is littletil;.' rain neutraliMiig the oniirwiu danlHKc which Ihr ow.era h.iv< once ana in (secured DespJL thrli huai lUCk in losing CompTnn nt Mich .1 critical period >A Ihe imu Cnalishiii'-'i are well dn the wa: "awards tin-tr 11 r-%  ele*. Jamuic-a Police W in Rifle Competition RADIO DISTRIBUTION SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMES <• %  >•> sea Beastesej MM TbO ai. N. 1 niu t w> j t tallina All roin • 06 am Tr.* P.lium Hum. tjl ai ... 11 M an, I'l... 1 pl 11 is j %  .. A riin.im*. Carol. 11 *< 111* pro. Fran" • Howid; It 4.1 i hjlll Sin*'"* In tH* Chi> r ISO — r of III*..ma 1 II \> n„ i.„ TO*.I**I i r %  "• *>nia> .1.1 pit. lib!NSWS: Mi Take il %  ,-ti.i Ti>e .la Carlbbc LONDON. DCN Polk : %  % %  • Q| Tiii. i iay*i Tennis Ufa. .is follows-— Mixed Omibles v i' Taylor beat ,.: %  ni I <; Man ,. il-* a :t Ml <> H .. beal Mi 'I' A and Mi '• •— f will bo #£ mode/iv eteya/m demaruti /fit coo(. \^S, ATKINSONS pjimrii iJB p n> fuaaa* id ll<,r !" i Epilosoa. 1M din Canadi V—aaParty. 1M |>m Brlnain* Chr IB ih* Nation*; U0 p.m Donala 1'rr aSu pm AHra Chlklf-il. Chtl.ln a >' fineN*., li p.m Caribbean v. ... ) •• p m Your <*,** and J %  in pin Paul W.l.ln •*.,„ • On li M (rj* wti'dip a.so p m. CarI Coaa. !• pn' w aft* to It nm cha-a Dewr. %  linn Competition (Of IMO for %  II. .1 Wii by Ihr Nnti'iinl Kifi i h*rr today. : total •' Bt4 I %  %  a it %  DpaoncnU Brltl I ; British Oulana had Trmidao with . British H i A'th ;inLi he Jan P i %  %  %  years In his second over el lha da] aan held h had Morn* reach forward dr fen*ivrlv ami tickle an wtswlngei which save Mutton an easy catch at fine slip. That early low had Karnuhnraon with R2 pohtl • h • Australian*. wonderll U90 whethci Ihey had really been 'ic-kv In wiimniK the ios %  Harvey arrived and Bedwi tcim l BrdM-r s— A Colee ;>! Perlormmur fclusl rrrrtii |< His eras • %  colossal performance %  YOB ; i took control of th< nn i best piece of swing bowling t havi ever scei. Experien* Ing the no* %  r.,!,,,. fourth %  ••Ity of iMiwliug upon .1 pitch %  afforded him pace and lift I i about the job cnlhusiastirally and quickh demornliacd the oppnsi •ton Jamaica I'lilwe won tnr "< it< % % %  %  i ,„,, colaon i w ,7"' dH ',, 1 'TT/J' i ..,, UMI iturnoon Wm I '*"; to .. u itunlnfwUI mil II I Patwnan n u mm Canadian Hates Of Exchange % %  velcoiiii'i him b) putting thre> balls rlcan through his defence Two outswtngera lust Unit tin ->ff stump and an inswlnger move 1 m too far f<>i a leg-before appeal Although Hai 11 ^coring hotbrillianth looked likiovercoming Hrdwr -pirited bowling Tin* big fellow ) Bt daw ihe battlr with the -ipercsnv. lenWhendei arh< i glance went awry god El -i inagnincent catch cfaesl high on the tag rids. Noi satisfied with his brtlUani be leatcd consld burnt of l-iwling, Hetlser giahLiil i .i catch from An-li. i SCORES: dip that WH almost awe Inspirlnii A.I.H I-I i>" Archer got a thick tioklr Ull from Bailoj and Ihe i 'S u went wlda of Bedsei ;>t second uiuti II> dip. Brdser lurched sldewa threw out his right hand and ball stuck fast it A'ss a morale breekini; and match wtnninw level terms wa Hasaett His complete absence of h*< k>wing and his clever us of the dead bat allowed him t^. Keep the hall down when Bedsei bowled li II hort leg* and two Kill' Wrights Bad l>.i% %  afland wui unlucky thai Wright bml an atrociously bad i:n ti > % %  each 'ud in •urn he could not refrain froii: bowline short, .ind he allowed the batanien Ihe only respite the< hod all dw Had he bowled as he did in Brisbane where be was impressive iniwier <•( i-ither side, Australia would be ii B worse position than Ihe high!. oangenu re In now Pitch \Vs Peal The low cur< ImpUea that the) pilch v..,,pi.il> li who recelvi %  sUVei n to the i | shot cup Raa rt a r wai much faatea than tig l..n int. li has been tin %  ii, h iiMiien i an play shots %  and bowlers of abiiii) can ni.ik. batatnan n r the fame are interl .1 aftei nil. I M .11.nt i-it %  li .md h.iitmu tii-tnorrow will But theirs i %  I ...ai> %  ,• Hut* i JllV (NALVOIS Wristx OANAUA I'haQl-ta oi> lUnkari .. : %  < l\ Draft* SB "' %  TESTS TEMPERAMENT UNli< Teiiil-erament tSSJtl fffl a ppUcanu (ot driving llcenei wen i ,,t the NaUonei Baiet the Dtrectot ihe national Of Mental Health He bl :i,at mere InteUli i 'utlle S-M-' '"'" %  '" Indian Universities Hold Commonwealth To A Draw The CAU Uidlai I.I.I monweolth to i today hen a draw resulted DuUnivendUea were all out ii their iir>i inning-, fm ' • n %  go I %  to aotkni on runs behind Ihe Coti Ml % %  larad In then second in I tUes eastl) 1 %  i -. i. %  -Hruln Ihe Coincricketi What's on Today IHslribulioii ol Sift* o tile %  '•Mil ..i Mlwilmii tnn* HaaagsartT—'. R^d sirpet —*t eu a-m. I Milt at Rockle> t.olf *ml Ceaetn < tub. i i itiiiih sertea f Kim uiviMIIII (imr rommrnrr j.nd .levrnth erlr of Srcond Dlvlaion gamei end—pla* -l..rl> I "li p.m nanas *i Aqujtir Clah, o*rrlMn—It 00 p.m Dance. 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ITVRDW. DECEMBER 20. 1*56 KARRAIM>s MiVOCAU V\(.\ THREE Canada W ants More Settlers OTTAWA Rule Canada's population nears 14.000,000 mark towards th. o( I960. immigration author%  arc deeply concerned about in the flow of imt from Europe number from the I f dom declined 46 pci e months of 1930— the period for which figures were Cable Th.cumber ol grajiis from all countries hig the period dropped J8 pel L Th. re were .'.4.250 from all %  trie*, including 9.804 from •In. Be decreases led the govern* n to ease immigration gastricS. to subsidize the air passage from Europe and to | lop officials from the imS ition department to Europe udy what could be MM the movement of new fens to this country Iimlgrnlton Minister Walter i meed early in IJecemthat through arrangements > government-operated ts-Canada Air lines. proflie emigrants from Europe f book an air passage fron 'nited Kingdom to Canada ai t to themselves of not more i $160—fhe equivalent of a *1-class passage regular air fare from > %  S ew plan the governmen' will mrse T C A to mak" up i w fence on all boold l ali r !!..!. %  .,!, „.,. ilope.i move would stinuil.it ' i it had been taiki < %  the Scarcity of North Otic -.hipping. ti factor which lire vented many prospeetive li %  ioming to Canada Study Ship Fores •he nmt time, the depart%  seed shipping comas on the possibility of gettiiu %  rants lower passage rate* Og the winter months. September, the government i an 11-year-old immigration against German N l IQM the German Nationals tiered enemy nliI barred under immigration latlons. i lifting the ban, Mr. Harris be taken to see Parly members and munist* are kept OUi oj ha Hi 4 ttoi ate Germans might come annrln M a result of i action. a? need for more Immigration underlined In November t Premier ftost of Ontai i" gincerl that his province Bed to bring 17.4011 skilled Brs. They are needed on T protect*. In mine* and for r .. v ;?< "How's tfca gb .intl joy (K-Juuti; T-prCi. S*n:oe ? ather Frost VIENNA. II i "• S-.r.Li (.'lauj. -. nl .r.. I %  Ilka so much smoke r Young llntigiiriavo been receiving their •.gifts from n kindlv old gent rail "Father Christmas Communist organ Magyar *'t ..nnouneed In Budapaal f %  ow on he'll be called I father Frost. V will bring Hungarian ten a little closer to 1 'Ded Moros"—slso Father ( % -delivers the goods. —INS Cut Doctors U>NDON. Dec. 22 A new iioveinin.nl order thai Britain's hospitals should drop some of their key men Is causing concern to the nationalised medical profession. The Health Ministry order peremptorily instructs hospitals to limit the number of registrars— young doctors seeking wideL experience and higher posts byworking under medical specialists It is estimated that ovti 1300 are now emplovrrl in British hospitals. The Health hospitals The Health Ministry order that this .figure should l" cut by over a 1,000. Hospital officials were quick to E oint out that such a move would Bptrl] their efficiency, for apart from doing the bulk of routine work jt hospital-., the n^istiars assist surgeons at the Operating table and deal with OUt-patlentS Doctors with hospital experience said that the M daoaUnn would lead to a fall in the standards of treatment. Sir Lancelot Barrington-Ward. Surgeon to the King, commente-i "To reduce registrars in the extent proposed would be to ruin the work of the I Other medical criticism of tho M nl toad cama from tho fact that it will be extremely difficult for Ihe outstcd registrars to become general I>I ,.<-titinncrs A member of Parliament. Dr. Charles Hill, declared that the decision will lower the quality of service for tome year* to come "It will be years Del can so expand the training ranks as to get an InOfi I i the number <>t >peci declared — IN S fficiat Wool-Gathering NEW YOHK incmg bureaucrats for < nough wool for army unifoi-ns. an official report says 'While the was obviously doing 1 of wool-gathering, none t_ for the stockpile." Horse And Dogs Earn Easy Life WINNIPEG. Two shaggy dogs and an old horse an living a life of leisure here. Shep and Bounce, the collies, and Rock, a 17-year-old horse, inherited a $5,160 estate when then mistress. Mrs. Elinor Scott, died at Fisher Branch. Man r'nends of Mrs. Scott, who have baao taking care Of the animals, said the elderly farm woman had lived alone with her pets for many years. When they die, the estate will go to the Fisher Branch hospital.—tt?P> Not Even The Eskimos Rub Nose's Now By DON TAYLOR MOST haveners would tell you that the happiest peopl world to-day are ihe Eskimos In "Eik. Douglas Leechman, Canadian archaeoloS st, talks of the Eskimos he met jring a few months in Northern Labrador There is the Eskimo Not much glamour here. In the gruelling life of the Arctic And yet. despite ber.volunklAOUi and shapeless mass of clothing. she seems feminine enough. At one dance Leechman attended the Eskimos danced the square daneae introduced yaan ago i>% Scottish whalers. The tunes came mainly from the same source Most Eskimo girls (and men) have beautiful '< I time went in for tattooing as a decoration The> L*M ShawK Thl women love Ubuy things from the white man's stores, particularly brIIUant-huad shawls. I-eechman gave the IWO in the f.ii'iihhe stayed with bits of jewellery and a COUpei I eacl "complete with mirroi and puff They were delighted. The old h.tbii of robbing noses on meeting friends is, apparently, dying out. But the Eskimo loves shaking hai port unity Nose-rubbir.i: i 1 a "gentle approach of one fare to the other, y though thev were about Ikiss "The noses barely touch, if at all, and theniv ., geoue Intake vl breath. ..: ihough sniffing" A film show both l>allled and fascinated the Eskimos. Hogss i. traJau nobx %  -. in Pat. i-ould not understand, (OJ liny had never seen them But Mirkcy Mouse was a success One old lady laughed so much -he was carried out. Children have a great time; the word "don't" is rare:.. But football matches going on until midnight in the Midnight Sun can be somewhat exasperating. Leechman found. "Danger and courage" are the of U %  Briduoa' existence Their virtues are many, their vices few. %  Eikiiuo Summer." by Douglas Leechman. Museum Press. 15s. Londoners Seek Traffic Reform By JFFFFKKY RYAN LONDON. Author Hilune BtUoc wrotj thai London was a "dying gia\nt" and the way thin^si are gum he eould l>e right Tho city ij. .nliny, anyway, fium a modern malady conuiujn t rathe janib GOVERNMENT NOTICE NOTICE TOKEN IMPORTS KKIlH THE U.S.A. %  *• ^sfk^sass>*k. '•'' '* %  •*• %  •"•-f 1 "" lmriorters are hereby requested to submit to the Controller Supplies, Office, Canary Street, oiufu.-d jtaieri.ents showing the \ CIT of imports from the UAA during the vears 1W6, 1947 1948. for the undermentioned commodities: Sprawling London, with itr* narrow, haphaiard nnets spread over 117 %  a place of three spaed %  %  gad jr. Traffic moves bump.i :> buaapar, .ausing grey ball drivers and pedestrians alike || often takes up to an hour at bus. tune*, to travel ton Ma trand to i*iccadiii> %  IDminute jotunej on foot It's even worse around bu> Watttmofl station Tramc trouble is nothing new 10 London It starte can onb exist through of srmed peace" General 1 ta .i peach which li racsrdjed n ; nciune*-men'-. ivvatslly made by a i i*esman on his COWItion in the fa" nal situation amu and navy : w.u icsMoai "i arhli b he % %  din %  i strongly wonted attack on Cooununiana luut it* ideals of world domuiKeulnr %  i Authorities tried i pejkuig ban on most central roads, but motorists still had to park some place and the idea Igtft making much heudway i sue -^ many a> 27.000 summonses a year for ataaM ob* %  M< i aoine Mdehghts on the tiafll. MtuaUon. 1. Lord Lucas, rcpn .entinn petl naiii-d I -aid he i ..l in aW end" a alowad up i**nUoi moie. it would come • iridStlll," he said And 11 gel worse—There's IU. .n that." London newspaper stageti a "toi toiM'-anu-liarv" iwt !..M. .i private %  Mloaaorolisl and a runner Ckvej i 1 m ii'-rn Liverpool 9|r I %  tdill* the man on IM tad the pnvat. inotarlsl laal 3 U othW news|>nper noted IM i tan 0> from London to Para* '.e-ler than you can travel %  i .t.j ..( the rll %  ,rtlii-r Heakh Ontr^ Will Guard .\gaio8l Flu GENEVA, Dec 21 The. wodd taflueaaa #nue u mi.ii ling ggainsj He danger of an i ... that of 19IM which uk some 20.00O.OOO lives Through Hie newly created intiniatlonal network of laboratorlas, neaded by the World Centra, it 1 now (lossible to keep 1 waloh on Ina spread of the disease | The World InfltlfM Centre Up In 1947 by the World Health Organization ol KM United" Nations. The Agency u headed by Uiock CbishoUn. formerly Canadian Deputy Health Minister. —• F ) lanned FIMI Meat Uilk and Milk Products Feeding stuff* Timber and Timber Manufaelureii Newsprint Other paper and Manufacture* Fertiliser* Carnal Foods (prepared! Caim.tl Fruit Vegetables and Soups Macaroni Spaghetti and Vermicelli Jelly and Dessert Powders Women's and Children's boots and shoes (leather upper-) leather and Leather Manufactures (excluding clothes) Footwear, Rubber and Canvas with rubber sole* Kubbei Beiung Clothing of RubU'i (lBcluaUagj gloves) Wallboards (pulp and Fibre) AuUNnobile Paris Cooking utensils Tools and hand imple nants Furaituie of metal and lanterns %  f metal 1 and slide fa> eners Dental and ^urgieal apparatus kaactrtcal cooking and heating appaii' ajo c trical stoves and parts Eisetrical meter-, and parts Switches sockets and wiring devices UaUeries and parts Paints, varnishes and enamels Pertumei > Cosmetics and toilet piupaialioiv Soap, (toilet) and •!• PhannaeeiiiK-als and proprietary medicines Beer and Ale Whisky Brushes, brooms and mops Buttons (joggle.-, peilacli .md parts Toys and Dolls Pens, pencils and parts including fount si 11 BJM ConrecUonery Csns for food products Bottle caps Men's hats Iron Badstean Feather Pillows Domestic Glassware Machinery iui\ UalerJaii Maiuaasas Fresh Apples Cocoa Preparations Malt Unsvet*ned B Pu-kled a Salted Mt.if Returns should b.submitted Sep.uu'.c returns must be submitted for Food and rVon.Fond items Oih December. I960 AND AH. GOOD J WISHES FOR A 1 HAPPY CHRISTMAS I AND A PROSPER j I OUS NEW YEAR j I C CARLTON BROWNE \ twuwwmf***? Starting mt SATURDAY 30th WHEN BUYING MATCHES ALWAYS ASK FOR << SWEDEN'S BEST MATCH THREE STARS" ON SALE EVERYWHERE <•—•• la *aa %  a •... gift* I Il.llili. ( KIAIItTTKS ill.\Kl.ill I : riPIH UQBRIi IS.mrr H..V.-.I ('HIM OI.ATKH b> CXbnry—trr bMm I 'INIKTIONKRV— AUMM KUd. frnin 11H.I.IXS l/IU. (IMHIiUIA j Romance. {Tlmalaaa Symbol ol all jlto aenttment [and comedy v... to make [endexiring its vivid action [enhanced In I color by Technicolor. Six years in the '. planning and lilmiii'j the balovad story la produced [to a now high In imagniaicnnca I JOSEPH COTTEN Jrue McCanlei"., .ouragcous ...idealistic ..ebellnif[saajaal ihe tyrinnr of h" < ...hlci. rmpfr-huiUm K fsrher / DAVID OfcEUMfKS ban •5MMI7 JENNIFER JONES GREGORY PECK JOSEPH COTTEN milk a Ctil ./ ISM '9 mJt t wtm *6\' SOW ot SL** PRICES! 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SATfltn.W. DECEMBER 2.1. 1930 FARNBOKOL'GH ^B WHAT, can the human bod.v ^ %  sioiiil up to in the way of median* %  lr.il shocks, •exposure, and fatigue" Kwelvr "Kuuwa-pii" doctors, ^^krirktnc in -orret. arc risking j^^P 11 1 '<' ""d Hr'tieu, thdttog m Ca*< -I time today Wh%  ". F dJMd 'he security .. i! MetUcal Hc^fti' hi which Is S al Farnhorough In %  These young uocton. submit to ^^po| anaesthetised anri (p ,. Id watci wfaJla their tol1' through .submerged v. < • flu.it.ilk IN lh,. M .1 round in Mack-iul %  They endure Mine-hour sessions lin an ice box with n 40-degn-r%  belOW-StM ft % % %  ugh [ it. I tned it with themwithout I protective clothing -and .1 picture f me (right) after flvc %  seconds' shivcnitg mad DM look I like j man on therun %  result 1 'Inii i-'-t-arches hi "G" -uit.s. whuh help 1 flur. to defeat gravity bl;..-k-out during stoep dives, brealhin* Bquipments. and the other gadgei.-. [ % without which high living at %  ;< %  Tniles an hour would It lnp< watched 1 wo of tindoctor* t'xpvni'iice what would happen to 1 ngnier pilot if his cockpit canblew of) while he was ten hull's up. fcuuippcil With ox., fc.n masks, man MM dumped into a ng steel drum from which the gradually withdrawn. iddenly they weresubjected to rapid decompression which pilot would feel. Their puffed faces and chests %  bowed that without special proMktion (hey would have blacked OUt Hut a new device which £ 1 iicy oxygen into the igs kept them conscious fur IS Iconds--long enough for tho Plot of a Disabled lighter 10 tteicnd to a safer level [The R.A.F. will not allow i' doctors to be named. To prerrvtsecurity and medical eli.vlte—but mainly. I think, be%  us of personal modesty—toe "guinea pig" doctors want to retain their backroom anonymity. %  £ OXFORD University scientists Just 1 have been weighing young pertm n-tits to see how fast they dogs. How many newly hatchec n-tlts would you have to Throughout BARBADOS ADVOCATF ru.i REVEIS THERE'S NO NONSENSE ABOUT THIS PICTURE // sliows Chapman Pincher at 40 below Zoro Mr. NIHJH'I im. r his mlmnii lAtnl Hnnltr Makvs \ml Mi'iuh" I LONDON \ 20th ceir %  Brttlth phj '.. Kin Nat vi %  %  National AIIH.I %  which has |Uet 10.I mlttea for the Revival num.induatr) Supported by t (order U try.us IN bring back to the British DOC— b the idea of "Haiti Paaplf in to be encoui imo. make furniture, clothes, textile* %  „ theii hoanei during "• P !" *** !" """ %  w h ff *? %  *- t 5VS >rwM V II I % %  %  %  %  l,orii Horder. 'but home loduatl venture *' "We are in an expert) .VIM -.,...11> although 11 "in be *n i 'niggle. Thomas Andrews %  %  unify for I \ • %  %  %  "Great thing! arc being done D) the people of Norway, fliua u, I u I but d may bemore diffleult In -< .mtrv SUM. %  a Britain There are so man* .iit ctiona in OB) • is a good cau i get int %  BOM in oi>rrUon '* ii„ CornroRtee saidefaforce. '"'" ,l blessing People ewtarfc tO-DAYSJilWS FLASH FLOWER QUkBS for UOOKS JOHNSON S IIAROWARr: fcver> day wr open new To**, and we are certainly doing a record busine*In them at JOHNSONS STATIONERY S THE ROf'KI.H GOLF OOONTBl 'MB III M \. i.t EffJW OK SALE -3M533Va.4'* STOCK-TAKINli \orin: V V V V f (tl'N I 1 ;; I B We wiah lo intoim ouiW jflS Cuatomers and the qen-agj fJhapnun Plarhee. photoiraphed after fivr irennds in an tee-box al 10 decree* below *ero (which w Tl dagree* af froat). i* doubled up with mid Dr. X. who has he*n thrre for two houro. iromfortahle In hht Arelir llvllIK v,i,I P'-rted on viviseotion exthe anin'. thej enrried oul on ment. Mala their report Iho als on whirh they expenmore sympathetic or a more alloua approach? nedical natal lM l -mnot decide Hut 1 know •ry precaution lo avoid !*•*. hardened as I am by 20 and In their reporbi they r*i B a Itw dog I knew hy to their animals by numbers. ni mice' vivUvcied by endearing names To give you a guide, it takes 4 Kt "I'oppet." Thus: 'Autopiy WU s'weeL-to'Tei'gh'r^" ^'"' ^T^Xe 1S|g5SS ^ '""" *f * !" " •MI £2 ** '" SaPl*r it wa, test-tube^ % %  —ifT..f^ '_: t ound lhal fh J Wocttoa hod bee ^INTRIGUING insight into the placed too deeply'" workings of the female mind I been unwittingly provided by This two mints who hnv strongly Mientlsls suggests that make pets o( Does the closer emotional relationship which seems to aUat batwaon women scientists and their animal vlctim.4 signify a Chiller r RECENT choolbov deflni \ eoloVblooeM ulmal mal whuh i of uses i ..It ,t: wiung." 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