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“sr Barbados eas Advocate

Bustamante Wants | | Allies Speed

‘New Deal’ Elections | |
Attacks In N. Korea

Government Defeated on Transport Bill |
(From Our Own Correspondent) nha :
Red Chinese 40,000 Reds Dead
nF. And Wounded

KINGSTON, Dec. 27.
jNDICATIONS that new elections would be held |
Korean Front
TOKYO, Dec. 27.
Says MacArthur UNITED NATIONS aireraft ceaselessly pound-








in Jamaica next year were given tiix evening} -
by the Honourable W. A. Bustamante, “Prime!
Minister’, followine the defeat of his Government |
in the House of Representatives on the vital|
transport issue in the Corporate area when three
members of his party defied threats of party dis-
cipline and voted with the P.N.P. Opposition.







P.N.P. members called for the resignation of the cia ane SUCCESS, Dec a. ing the massing Conymunist ose in a
ener S MacArthur saic t |
Government. today that the Chinese Commune:| orea, had by tonight flown 301 sorties in their
ere inst ata Later, Bustamante terming the

attempt to break wy the Communist offensive in
the areas just north of the 38th parallel following
a night of heavy bombing in clear moonlight.
Below them Communist reconnaissance nore con-
tinued prodding the United Nations line braced
for battle before Seoul, the Southern capital. They
constantly sparred with Allied units in the no-
man's-land between the two main armies.

Otherwise the four-week gen-, a3 sectors uf “the Aled!’ Mont
eral lull prevailed, and the OX | ode a i “Bighth A spokes-
pected large scale Communist | OCS. id - ny
ee, oo oe about 80 miles | “Moderate fighting’ was con-
pele hon nad ne ' “ . pi} Hnuing in the area northeast of
The United Nations Eighth! Ghunchon, where 1,500 North
Army holding the defence line Koreans Were reported surrounded
across the peninsula had been south of the 38th parallel,

: had apparently taken over direct
recalcitrant |=members traitors BRITAIN’S latest in light bombers, the Canberra, which is highly theyry't of by American aviation responsibility tor the whole of the

- intimated he would force General experts. It is reported from America that the U.S. Government #&°* ytly to-begin large purchases North Korean front : ; 6
Asks Adult Elections next year, three years of these aircraft,—L.E.S. 4 - ace ae ye ape ogre 2,
before the time, to have a new wo = . s a

deal Government. Bustamante Faas bs : he Daa r ee ing.
said “Traitors may come and [ K D t EMPIRE PREMIERS Wil [ j He said this in a report to the
Suffr e traitors may go but they never oc ors ] 4 , oe Shoe ae The
return. One member said he is k report referred to the menace of
BBE soviet “| WantMorePay| DISCUSS REARMAMENT | irc
i not be. I have it in my power to y f ‘ ' — Nations lines. The guerilla
orces were estimated at from

hold new elections next year and c
or + ™ il will do just that”. DISCONTENTED LONDON, Dec. 27, 30,000 to 35,000, and it was said

Wotenkn . ; : ame | ere was evidence that their
re ee LONDON, Dec, 21 ence and rearmament will be the main problems activities were controlled by the

GEORGETOWN, Dec. 27. France Refuse Many British doctors’ who oper- for Commonwealth Prime Ministers when they begin their] Communist High Command

- ate the National health plan and 10-day closed door conference in London on January 4, One report estimated that “com-
The Constitution Reform Com most of

an , x a get their income from} Meeting under the continuing anxiety of the internation-|Plete organised” Chinese Com-
mission began taking evidence in B | i { ‘ a . c § 8 \ oC t e internation aa ; Sai i ;

public tein in onder to obtain] DOUA GEL Cuts jigesioce, ate dtcomenied| i siciation, the eonference Will deal with issues say ter [ mnie tetany mre i
people’s views as to the type of their pay based on 1939 data on} DPeyond the Commonwealth itself. It is expected to dis- ’ :





es rh ¥ a b " ‘ with a strength of approximately | strengthened by 100,000 men of The neg acti Seoul so
John Waddington puding wee ing Sees Pee. Ale Ween a living is too low. close some of the strains and stresses in the loose-knit | 250,000 had already crossed into] the Tenth Corps evacuated from fas wale Satrol clash with enidiin
John Waddington opening today’s} Finance Minister Maurice However it is premature, says a Commonwealth relationship. North Korea and attacked United | Hungnam the north-eastern | tiqed Communists yesterday on the
session explained to the crowded|Petsche told the French National spokesman of the professional or- ee ung OUTS oe

Political observers feel that] Nations forces.
India through her Prime Minis- General MacArthur reported
ter Jawaharlal Nehru will play a]that 35,000 people mostly non-



hall that witnesses may be asked |Assembly to-day that the Govern- | ganizations, to speak of “a strike
questions by the Commissiomers,}/Ment refused to accept any of the /against the health service.” Pros-
but this would bé with the object/Cuts proposed by the Finance|pect of mass withdrawals from

beachhead, Lt. General Matthew] north bank of the Imjin River, 30
C. hidgeway in charge of this uni-| miles to the northwest. About 500
fied force was understood to have}to 700 enemy troops in this area









oy eeaining, Cursner cxplanatsontliment budset “of “ses aooanbooultne gece mrogramme is remote | QUIN WME ips dart hs tals, eepean| combatants | were | etimatea to | 220,000 men now under his com- | were tad to be moving south.

» ‘witnesses statements. “These francs a A oe arakes it camber ts Pepeecons 1 raise many controversies, as the] atrocities” by North Koreans. An Battleweary though many of attacking Communist forces in the

questions might sometime appear}! 0° represents France’s|ister Aneurin Bevan feces Sn e SPOT last Commonwealth conference] organisation had been established | these sevape ait, a otiiion tations nokec ok tke Renn

to take an oone view to mae first year’s contribution to the sharp negotiations with aroused discussed the North Atlantic alli- to investigate and detain people said that with “unchallenged air|from the east coast after being
% ie Naerden ar bees ara ee ee Toe Pree tonne doctors. A new organization, the For 12 years: widow De caeeet hens ie Suetews suspected and accused of “con |and sea supremacy and an over- driven back yesterday.—Reuter,

indicative of any views carried cussed in Washington last sum- British Medical Guild, has sug- Amelia Griffiths, 63, kept a on the policy _ affecting ihe. Far ventional war crimes whelming superiority in armour,

i the C ‘aian.” Ly : gested that under certain circum- bottle of whisky in her home || fragt : In another report General Mac-|they could hold out agains e

vt ‘ommission. ‘ ‘The Government intends to}stances doctors drop the health at Pencoed, Wales, just in : Arthur said there had been a} 10,000,000 Chinese if necessary in Reds uestion

Sir John also ane ee ae pangs eee. 08 the adop- service en masse and resume pri- case of emergency. Britain, ‘fndia, Pakistan and} decrease in war crimes and sug-|a& 120 mile perimeter around the .

Essequibe, MacKensie Tamar which, includes 166,000,000 600 fie tig, he Shyablem, woe hor The bottle has just been Ceylon have recognized the Chi-] gested that the Communists arate aegu-Pusan bridgehead in &s P e

mines and other places in order|francs of new taxation including|to do under the health plan the ee ace Seer ae nese Communist government, but] possibly been influenced by_ the} the south U. e risoners

to give residents outside of|an increase in income tax rates. |Guild is the creation of the pow- Australia, New Zealand, South|threat of post war punishment This would create a stalemate



7 i" 5 + ‘ i j reé Africa and Canada have not done —Reuter which observers here say would
e rtunity to]. The general debate started ear-|erful British Medical Association its back in a frozen stream euter. sage Moce case “3 :
connate nase tunity ly this morning. More than 20|and stands parallel to it. It was near Amelia’s house. iis ‘cada ts: ddkaabaatt cl hurt Chinese morals note was IN KOREA
First witness heard today was|Deputies have announced their | necessary to set up the Guild to iat coe ee ee eek Uinionie-Chae a ek wae ee ee TOKYO, Dec. 27
the Honourable Theophilus Iee,|4¢cision to speak. The clause by make the strike threat because night trying to get the horse akg nie, ee ina — pais “of , allies, Russian officers in uniform have
MUO athe web Ger eet jy (lause discussion of the Bill is due jthe | constitution of the British |} out and were considering ||Recogn Sve members of! ON. Can Govern: The Asierioan Air Force esti-lintecbanted Atnorionn’ enenann
a apah anal or universa!!to start to-morrow when no doubt | Medical Association bars it from whether to use a humane e Commonwealth would no 16 sammerioan ft ; . 8

adult suffrage with compulsery|the Government. will put the] trade union activity—c.P. killer when Amelia heard
voting; a Legislative Council con-| question of confidence on each of the horse’s plight.

doubt help towards this.—(C,P.) 7 mated today that it had killed|of war in Korea according to in-
The World
sisting of the Colonial Secreteery,| disputed clause.

or wounded 40,000 Chinese sojformed military sources here,





She took the whisky from Ald far in the Korean wa: An American officer oarearae
; ; aad ; . i iy Force pilots cls »i{by Chinese was release after
‘Financial Secretary and Attormey| The finance Minister described was its hiding place and walked De uties e If Assembly Is Directly Fifth Air t wee pilot claimed queitioning by alakaslaa seca
General as ex-officio members, 27]/the economies and cuts proposed , ronation across the snow-covered p El, ed { to have killed and wounded ne 10 the Sons. > iinet Russians
elected members with property|by the Finance Commission as " field and put the top of the ‘ ect approximately 800 troops in dich an-gatehin have questioned
and literacy qualification for| “unrealistic” and as “very difficult eo a Diba ite: hie’ ames Sit Down Strike NEW YORK, Dec. 27, today s atta is alone they also the Americen at the Chine anata
membership. A Council life of|to realise on the eve of the next tone issing mouth. Albert Einstein is quoted here/ Claimed to have damaged 234) dona) headquarters in Chorwon
five years dissolving earlier omly|general elections.” This brcught One swallow and the TEHRAN, Iran, Dec. 27. | as saying that the United Nations) Uildings, two supply dumps, about 20 miles north of the 38th
by a no-confidence vote of 75 per|Protests from the popular Repub- LONDON, Dec. 27 horse started to kick. Half Sixteeri Deputies and editors|could only become a world Gov.) 0M airfield, one pillbox and 20|haraleL The Russian spoke flaw
cent, of the elected members; an|lican rapporteur of the Finance ThesBBC tonight ‘br ee a the bottle ana he turned Gi bsed to- Iran's. Government}érnment if its Assembly was) °% &!!ts . less English and was said to have
Executive Council consisting of|Commissien, M. Charles Barauge ie onight broadcast an were camped in Parliament to-| directly elected by the le Stunned by the fury of an air|treated the Ameri¢an tn # friend.
ith|2nd from its Socialist Chairman] appeal to everyone in Britain to on his side. A final gulp ‘ P ; This statement | Fats battabk 100° Communists threw ly w
three ex-officio members with M3 R ac give all possible help in the recov- and he heaved himself up- day in the Persian version of a atement by the physicist | ®t Poe Leeched oll GEE 6 aa: ia
seven elected members of the|™: ~e4n Raymon uyon, : Ae athe “ze ‘ sit-down strike, They are pro- W&@S made public last night by| “way their weapons and came The American who made 8
Petsch he C ’s]ery of the historic coronation right and walked up the : y 1 che ip shal licies aid
Legislative Council elected by sche said the Commission’s : f aEOE dl i i tha thes testing recent suppression of op- three Americans on their way to| out of their foxholes with their|report in the last few days si
: .|proposals would produce a total}Stone taken from Westminster a rom the stream un- 2 p |, meeting of world federalists in} hands up at one point in the front|the practice appeared to be one of
secret ballot by elected members:| Gegcit of 89,000,000000 francs in} Abbey. aided, position newspapers for pub-| Geneva Switzerland eee », it was reported assigning Russian officers to each
Ministero, £0.,Pe, deslmated|tye 1951 ordinary and re-arma-| A message from the Dean of considered ‘insulting ever | DY Hinstein's statement contin-| A’ strong concentration of Chin= |Chinese™ divisional headquarters
eine te I ret i * en em ment budgets, which could then| Westminster included in tonight’s pe mcrgy te aeons toy OVER“ T yaa: “The mounting danger of a ‘ regul i‘: tr op Mv 1 reported j the sources added.
ollos, the Governor to nominate] oniy be financed by inflation. news bulletin from London told eae yy je ment officials. totally devastating ¢ tis fape| be 1ieited.- Riera Tolielticerce |. A TOMO spokesmen sald: ie
the chairman of the Council; each eA di oh aan Fats oo said: | the country that King George British Troops Will . idly vanwiaets a 4 eS Thigh, | by, United States Intelligence ae “no eanetiet ” of the alleged
minister subject to removal uPON|upemember that on tl S other cida| Was “greatly distressed by the The Demonstration started on 8 the world that al today to be in the area between
. “Re r that on the r side a ’ a 2

5 world federation Gove . , ,
+ i i 7 ” yy December 20, when three Nation- . zovernment | the Yesong and Imjin Rivers a few
a no-confidence vote by two-thirds}, subtle game is perhaps bei removal of the stone”. B d aR sine ; must be created.” “T. rovide : =

of the elected members; the Gov- Nawear “ae eit fuchvata net}. Radio and tele-printer - e l'ransferre al Front Deputies walked into! such a representative bode ice | miles above the 38th parallel

presence of Russians in Korea.
—Reuter.

ne : arli fs , h body is the] ik ced witt Nort!
ernor to have reserve powers with j f iat ili sages warned all British police ‘ Parliament, and announc ed they | main objective of the Geneva con. | LheY were mixed with no North
matters concerning public order, faa tun fae ier ae stations today to watch for a To Atlantic Pact Army would stay there until Govern-| vention,” MEY GOT Korean formations and w ere be-
public faith and good Government jjegration of the state, inflation can |Stolen yellow painted motor lorry LONDON. D a9 ment attacks against the Press lieved to be operating under a
which he shall exercise with the! provide the easiest chance of vic- |i" the hunt for the historic British t il “a “~ __| Stopped. ie fe msn hee sat eanats y

assent of the Executive Council or|tory.” coronation stone missing from ish troops wil e trans-| They were later joined on their |OUTPOST REC Chinese forces were around Yun-
failing that with the approval of| “Between the path of effort and, Westminster Abbey. ferred to the Atlantic Pact army| sit-down in Parliament. They APTURED chon six miles above the parallel

TELL THE ADVOCATE
—Reuter,



unified command The main| THE NEWS
Ring 3113 Day or Night.
1

sr THE ADVOCATE



the| sacrifi t -| _ Police suspect Scottish Nation- |immediately General Dwight D.)/cannot be molested even though ae ai north-east of Seoul PAYS F ‘
eae of ‘State for Sear aa ead te emo ee ee a alists of having taken away the|Eisenhower sets up his command,|the Government is sorely dis- the: Nor’ SAIGON, Dec, 27, Light and scattered activity | ” a oes
= effort and sacrifice as the Gov-/1,100-year-old Scone stone from]a Ministry of Defence spokesman | pleased. | ie Northern outpost of Daghuc| took place in the central and east- |

said in London to-day. Editors are carrying on their| °@Ptured by Vietnam forces 24

ernment has done. Th ountry|Place under the seat of the 7 ae
: pe Bee He added that tne British forces|publishing business as usual, hav-| 2048 ago was recaptured by |

4 ” Coronation Throne in the Abbey.
Algiers Motor Rally SR Pe ORME a8 TS hey The lorry was stolen on Decem-
- r ; ber 23 from a factory yard in



to be placed at General Eisen-|ing transferred their offices to the Prepth foross ba this morning
hower’s disposal, would include] Parliamentary Press Rooms.—(P)| ted ‘ fed atteck
gg Sr gre one ee ar’ a concerted attack on

; is outposts in the Phucyeh Pulo
area about 50 miles north of





: Glasgow —Reuter,
Begins To-da as a
sali y __ | Holy Door Closed | | ;
The Aimee to Capsttaen rally, | VATICAN CITY, Dee, 27. Truman Wil! Talk
one of the most strenuous motor-; Workmen of Saint Peter’s Bas-
ing trials in the world will begin |ilica to-day completed the walling} On Europe Defence
tomorrow from four points, Turcis,|"P of the Holy Door begun by the
Algiers, Oran and Casablanca. Pope himself on Christmas eve, WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.

and placed a big bronze cross iii President Truman in his “State
The 46 competitors are expected|the centre of the wall, of the Union” Message next week







many, Australia and Trieste.
Although no immediate official| Hanoi,

‘ritish statement was made on! the aids aah ad

the matter, it was understood that| | POCKET CARTOON beets “ina eee Pees ee

British forces would be included! | by QSBERT LANCASTER outpost of Binhlieu was stili

in the Atlantic army and a for-!| ae under Vietnam attack this morn

mal announcement made as soon| TST1C ing .

as the constitutional procedure! BAAS A column was moving up t

¥ i ri €

ty reach Capetown on February 22) In the first half of January alis expected to reaffirm United net Deen See a i « ECANRD'

after covering 9,050 miles. box will be deposited in the wal!| States determination to defend Gee |
|



GILBEYS
Spanish Wines







reinforce the garrison there.





Reuter.





aa
AFRICAN PRINCE IN BG. |

(From Our Own Corre pondent) |



Of those taking part, 32 <«re}containing a complete set of Holy| Western Europe against Commu-
French including Moroccans amd)Year medals and documents re-| nist aggression. Particular atten- ° : fi

Tunisians, two are American, twolcording the events of the 25th) tion will be paid to this part of Six Charges
Belgian, two Swiss, one is &|Holy Year, his message because of the appeal r
Egyptian and one is a South Afrl-| Pope Pius to-day received in! of the former Republican Presi- |SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Dec. 27,
can, / general audience in the Hall of; dent Mr. Herbert Hoover for a] Pedro Albizu Campos 63-year- |
—Reuter- |Benedictions about 7,000 pilgrims, contraction in United States com-|]old Nationalist Party Leader of
from European countries, the,;mitments outside the western|the October 31 revolt heard six

. charges against him read in Court

to-day. They include, attack with

intent to kill. Subversive activities

and four violations of laws re- |
quiring registration of firearms. |
He was given 15 days to reply to |
the charges. The charge of attack
with intent to kill was based on
the wounding of a detective in
police cordon which surrounded




> Quality as
) shipped to

, GEORGETOWN,
Eze Anganwu Ogueri grandson

of King Nwokoro of Obibi Terri-







tory Nigeria arrived in British
Guiana tonight On a seven-day
visit as the guest of the Britisi
Guiana branch of the League «o
Coloured Peoples. Eze received :
royal welcome by the negro popu
lation and was escorted into the
City from the airport in a trium
phal procession of motor cars and
cycles,

JAMAICA SWEEP

United States, Brazil and Argen-| hemisphere. At the same time

Expensive Dog Nite: President Truman may indicate

During to-day’s audience the Doh ceutelae tnt them ap tees
DENVER, COLORADO, Dec, 77. |Pope blessed the foundation stone frearmament programmes to the

A woman is suing Paramount)of a Catholic university to b pace of current United States re-

Pictures for $125,000 for the loss|puilt in Rio De Janeiro.



armament,—Reuter,

past fifty
years. ,

of her dog used in the Bing —Reuter.



Crosby film ‘‘The Emperor Waltz.”



Mrs. Florence Peschel of \ 44: S,
Denver in her suit says the DRIVER KILLED t Griffis Nowe ¥ i
movie company rented her trained , 2. dene Ambassador 0 opal
fox terrier “Tippy” and used ROME, Dec. 27. | WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.








Albizu Campos in his home during Pog
the rebellion.——(CP) 7 A



him as a foil for Bing Crosby in| A driver was killed and about} The White House announced . hol Miss Penny

a es a + oper ym + p ¥ (From Our Own Correspondent)
the film, Mrs. Peschel’s lawyer|50 passengers were injured to-|today that Mr. Stanton Griffis - ! uring juel cuts ponder
said “this thing is a real tragedy.” day when ore eet ego head} would be nominated as ambassa- Jet Plantes Stand By | and Erie's Aiseses Mudhiede of neds te
Mrs. Peschel is described as “‘ajon at great spe on a slippery 3 nay me amaica
childless eeeaa” who “lowes|highway near Palestrina, 20 miles} when the new Congress convened NEW YORK, Dec. 27. in t! Christmas Sweepstake went 1



All-weather jet planes are
guarding New York and the in-
dustrial coast of the United

residents of the South Caribbea:
ors One of the three first prizes «!|
$15,250 went to Waverly Syndicat

this dog.” —Reuter. southeast of Rome.—Reuter.

KEEPING COOL

in January.—Reuter,

These include





States on a 24-hour stand-by i in care of I. C, Edwards, Kettly |
Te f alert, the American meteorological! | Girl Drowned Street, British Guiana, | toe f
nv GC , ‘ office stated tonight. The jets| From Our Own Correspondent) prizes of $5.750 went to J. J | 9
F-48 with a service ceiling of KINGSTON, Dec. 27. Waithe, 54 Edward Street, Port-o ae
45,000 feet are equipped with The Christmas season passed off |Spain, Trinidad with several oth

dor to Spain by the President

radar and devices to give them quietly here with a few accidents. | prizes going to St. Kitts, Barbado

extra power for combat or faster| One fata] accident occurred when]| Trinidad, and other colonies in tl

climbing, the Air Force said a ten-year-old girl was drowned Boxing Day draw at Knutsfo
—Reuter.| while crossing a swollen r ver. Park

U.S. COAST GUARDS LAY DOWN —
NEW SECURITY RULES

,. WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 that they followed the Communist dition, or has engaged in espion-
The Coast Guard to-day laid party, programme—threatened a age or sabotage.
down new security rules to kee Strike unless regulations



& SHERRY |

You can enjoy

PORT |
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|

: .
ne pro- People employed, “or subjec them again in
eee away from ports.and posed a month ago were changed. to the influence of a foreign Gov
ayene e:nment under — circumstance c tit
These were ordered for imme They contended that the “secu- which may jeopardize the securi! greatest quantity

diate effect by Commandant Onel rity card.” should be cCenied only
in the face of a strike threat xt to people convicted of, or known
west coast ports, embarkation to be trained for spying or saho-

interests of the United State
are also debarred

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points for men and supplies to tage. Other people to be rejected GARDINER AUSTIN SA Co., Ltd.
Korea The new provisions now put include members or recent ex :
Heads of two unions—both of into effect, deny cards if there is members, affiliates and associate
a which were expelled from the “reasonable grounds for the of any totalitarian fascist con
-

; Congress of Industrial Organi- belief” that the applicant has munist or “subversive” organisa
| .. YOUNGSTERS enjoy a game of cricket om the wide beach at Rockley, Christ Church. Sations this year, on the grounds committed acts of treason or ge- tions,—Reuter,





PAGE TWO



LOWER and orchid growers

have until March 17th, 1951
to get their exhibits ready for a
flower show which the Horticul-
tural Society are having on that
date at Q *s Park.

Marriea Yesterday
ME JOSEPH WALLA, Jnr., and
Miss Grace Calvin, two
Americans living in Venezuela
who arrived here over the week-
end by B.W.LA., were married
BARS Gewch, séncnohe Lene 2s
emmo e, Fr.
A. Parkinson, »erformed the cere-

ony.
aoe ee a wee honey-
at the iew Hote!
where the recep’ which toc’
the form of a lun: Party was
held after the ce: ny. Among
those invited were . A. V. Ny-
Ten, American Vice Consul and
Mrs. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Lewis, Fr,A. Parkinsm, Mr. and
Mrs. John Simmons, Mi. anda Mrs.
Laffan Mr. ana Mrs. Wilcox.
Mr. Walla is a Geologist with
one of the Oil Companies in
enezuela and his wife
a school teacher at the school in
The Chief's Son
Wwe at the year’s end, Lord
McGowan Reaves the chair-
manship of Imperial Chemical In-
dustries his family’s active associ-
ation with the business will end.
For neither of his sons works with
the ve
But one of them, the Hon. Wil-
iam McGowan, now an insurance
broker, can fairly claim that he
owes his life to LCI. After being
up fighti in the
East, he became the first
Allied soldier to be treated with
penicillin.

At that time LC, had almost
ed experiments with the
new drug. It was decided to make
the supreme practical test on the
chairman's gravely wounded son.
A supply was flown out to
Africa, and for days the drug
was ied.
Bill McGowan recovered, and
had arrived as the war's
grea life-saver,

ith T.L.L.

Ame on Christmas Lay

from Trinidad to spend a holi-
day with his parents was Mr.
John Lenagan, son of Major and
Mrs. Denis Lenagan of “‘Dona
Zoyla”, Rockley. John is with
Trinidad lLeaseholds Ltd., in
Pointe a Pierre.

Footballer and Cricketer
At present holidaying here is

Mr. Roger Blackman, Barba-
dian Intercolonial footballer and
cricketer who is at present living
in Trinidad, Roger has been in
Trinidad for several years but still
comes over periodically for a holi-
day. is wife and two children
accompanied him.

Mr, kman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs, H. D. Blackman of
Christ Church. E

Annual Dinner
members of No, 6 Club of
the Girls’ Industrial Union,
held their annual dinner at Hotei
oyal, Hastings, Christ Church, on
esday hight.
i a of honour were Mr.

ubrey Douglas-Smith, Dr. H, G.

‘ummins, M.C.P., Miss J. Ross
and a B. Broomes. a

were rs. .

aybeniias’ Riss P. Bymmonds, Mr. A
iy’ Mr. N. Symmonds, dls
Husbands, Miss P. Harper, Mrs. Aor
Mr, E. R. McLeod, Mr. D. ‘Pil-

Miss F. Rice, Mr. C. Riee, Mr. and
K Jones, Mr. and Mts. Frank

berbateh, bic. Mebennes, Mise
rl . . onney, Ss,
Arthur, Miss

Mrs’ H. G. Cummins, Miss A. Cummins.
Mr , Miss N. McCaskie, Capt

A.
L. id, Mr. E. Weir, and Miss G
Cumberbateh.

BY THE WAY

A MAN who grew weary of
the crowing of a cockerel
by t fixed a bit of wood
above its perch. When the bird
raised its head to crow, it banged
it against the bit of wood, and
the crowing died on its lips.

To stop his cockerels crowing
by day Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve), of Utrecht, fitted
each bird with a kind of brass
umbrella-shapeq hat. This was
suspended on deélicate wires
above the bird’s head. When it

to crow, the wires, con-
nected by tiny string pulleys to
the muscles of its throat set in
motion a cardboard lever. As the
t muscles contracted this
lever released a catch on the
s hat, which opened slowly
like an umbrella, and descended
over the bird’s head, thus muffling
the noise. When the crow was
over, a spring clicked back, and
the hat rose and closed of its
Own accord, thus freein e
bird’s head. es
Moving About
T a a visitors to next
year’s Festival must have been
interested to read that those for
there is no accommoda-
tion in the bomb shelters may
be housed in London’s military
barracks; and, I suppose, in
back-garden shelters in the
suburbs. The troops could be
moved to police stations, ana the

rr ett en,

Correct Fitting,

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Eventually
M®* JUSTICE MANNING whe
was a Judge at the Victoria
Law Courts, B.G., and is now sta-
tioned in St. Vincent, is now holi-

daying in Barbados accompanied

by his wife

Mr. Justice Manning has seen
service abroad in many parts of
the British Empire including Mom-
bassa, Nyasaland and other parts

of Africa as well as Palestine.

He has paid several visits to
Barbados and eventually hopes to

retire here. They are staying at
Cacrabank

Sugar and Oil
ME. BARRY FISHER, Caroni

Ltd’s., Accountant who was

holidaying at Cacrabank, has re-
turned to Trinidad. Mr. Peter
Thurston who was also holidaying
there has returned to Trinidad
where he is an Engineer with
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd., in
Pointe a Pierre,

Barbadians Come Home

EVERAL Barbadians came
home for Christmas over the
weekend, Mr. Lisle Webster, who
is in charge of Bovell and Skeete’s
office in Grenada, arrived on Sat-
urday.

Mr. Malby Trimmingham, Miss
Sheila Lewis and Miss Nell Farm-
er came in on the Trinidad
flight on Saturday. Mr. Trimming-

ham has since returned to Trini-
dad,

Mr. Robert Macdonald, though
not a Barbadian, although he has
lived for meny years here, arrived
from Trinidad on Saturday by
B.W.1.A. to spend Christmas
with his mother, Robert is with
the Canadian Bank of Commerce

in Port-of-Spain,

Two Trinidadians, Allan Vieira
and Andre Jardine, apparently

refer Barbados to Trinidad.
hey were also on the Saturday
morning flight from Trinidad. Mr.
Theo Alleyne is back in Barbados.

He returned from Grenada over gr
the week-end. He will manage

Newcastle Estate in St. John.

New Administrative
Secretary

M*: C. A, GROSMITH, O.B.E.,
newly appointed Adminis-
trative Secretary to the Comptrol-
ter for Development and Welfare |
in the West Indies, last week said |
King, Mr. and Mrs. P. Browne, Mr. and ,Soodbye to his colleagues at the

f Colonial Office as he prepared to
G. Winter, Mr. O. Harris, leave for his new job.

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police to the newer Government
offices. Displaced civil servants
could be billeted on householders,
Any visitors left over might sleep
in disused railway carriages in
railway sidings, or in broke.
buses, lorries, kennels, hen-
houses, and rabbit-hutches. Only
868 shopping days to Christmas
1951. High water at London
Bridge, 8.16 a.m., 4.28 p.m.
Size in collars, 174. Watch-key

number 64768 G,

Old Occurrence

T a coneert the other night a
+ man in the stalls got up and
tapped the conductor on the
Shoulder, while a lady was play-
ing the violin. He said in a loud
whisper, “Is it the lady who’s
making that noise?” “Of course
not,” said the conductor irritably.
“It’s her violin.” “Thanks awful-
ly” said the man, and left
the theatre roaring with laugh-

ter.

Oh, I Say, Look Here!

WHO in my time havea
crossed and re-crossed some
forty-two thousand seven hun-
dred and _ thirty-one Pyrenean
passes, was particularly entranced

It is under-
stood that he is coming out by the
Golfito which leaves England to-




Children’s Party

H JGH SCOTLAND of Trinidad,

Secretary of the 77 Cultural

and Social Club, arranged a
Christmas Party for 200 coloured
children in London. He secured
the free services of some European
and celoured artistes in London to
entertain the children “This
party” says Hugh, “is always one
of the annual highlights of our
Club’s activities”’.

Bewildered Calypsonian
ORD KITCHENER, King of
Calypsonians, was bewilder-

ed; he reeeived too many invita-
tions “to sing calypsoes” during
the festive season in England. “My
real headache” says Kitchener,

was this--I didn’t know which to

accept and which to refuse”. So he
tried to be present everywhere
Lord Kitchener may soon become
“ubiquitous Kitch”.

Liaison Officer

R. CHARLES MILLS, West

Indies Liaison Officer at the
Colonial Office, says that he has
been busier than ever during the
past few weeks. With the Uni-
versities on holiday, many stu-
dents from the Provinces have
eome to London and nearly all of
them are desirous of seeing
Charlie about one thing or the

other. “The pressure at the office
is great,” says Charlie, “but we do

our best to help everyone.”

Rootes’ Agent
RRIVING on, Friday after-
noon by B.W.LA. from

Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Reid and their daughter,
who came over for Christmas.
Mr. Reid is a_ director of
Messrs. H. E. Robinson and Co.,
Ltd., who are agents for the
Rootes Group in ort-of-Spain.
They are staying at the Hotel
Royal

Returning In January
RS. FLOR URIBE and her
grand-daughter Marie Flor
Alacon have returned to Vene-
zuela. Marie Flor, who is a pupil
of che Ursuline Convent is the
daughter of Dr, and Mrs. Alacon
of Caracas. They hope to return
to Barbados in January.

B.B.C. Radio Programme

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1050

7 am. The News, 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Sporting Record, 7.30
a.m. Music Magazine, 7.45 a.m. Bertrand
Russell, 8 am. From the Editorials, 8.10
“&.m, Programme Parade, 8.15 a.m. Janetta
McStay, 8.30 a.m. Books to Read, 8.45
a.m. British Masterpieces, 9 a.m. Close
Down, 12 (noon) The News, 12.10 p.m.
News Analysis, 42.15 p.m. Programme
Parade, 12.18 p.m. Ldésteners’ Choice,
1 p.m. Life in Britain, 1.15 p.m. Radio
Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. Ray’s a Laugh,
2 pm. The News, 2.10 p.m. Home News
from Britain, 2.15 p.m. Sports Review,
2.30 p.m. Ring up the Curtain, 3.30 p.m,
We beg to differ, 4 p.m. The News, 4.10
p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Paul
Temple and the Vandyke Affair, 4.45
p.m, The Cathedral Organs, 5 p.m.
Listeners’ Choice, 5.15 p.m,. Programme
Parade, 5.30 p.m. Light Orchestral Music,
545 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter,
é@ p.m. A) alia vs. England, 6.20 p.m.
Interlude, p.m. From the third ‘0-



We see ae p. mer ret ia
sell, 8 p.m. 5 0]

Think on these things, mm. Lite in
Britain, 845 p.m. Kathleen Recrritt, 9.30
p.m. London Forum, 10 p.m. The ton
10.10 p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.m.
Vanessa Lee, 10.45 p.m. Special Dispatch.
lt p.m. What the Londoner Doesn't
Know.

CROSSWORD





Across

1. Lowk cautiously for this chirp)

sound. (4)

3 and 6 Down. Stored, (10)

i. Look upon as silly, (8)

0. Pudding. (4)

1, Both the bad tad and the bath-
ing belle may get it. (7)

2. Old English gold coin. (4)

4. Step backwards, (4)

5 Removes portions of fluid from

vesse, to vessel. (7)

7. A long stride gives this. (4)

18. Proves a mistake was made. (5)
1, Briefly No, 3 in the ring. (3)

2. Costs a penny to see the river

at twilight. (4)

a4. Money a rail ? s*)

4 super change. )

6. Thoroughbred Arabian camel. (9)

Down

Comes out of his portal to go
his rounds, ‘er 2. Coop ye (3)

and ¥. Pretentious but insignifi-
cant fellow. (7-7)

Student pastime. (3)

They were laid somewhere, (4)

See 3 Acvruss.

Ails or goes to sea. (6)

See ¢ wh.

It's a nasty look (5)

Willingly. (4)

This era is a pavement tiie. (4)

Fifty more and it would belong
to the country. (4)
Antiquated, (3)

Never try to pass one. (8)

A solution in tteelf (a)

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1. Demeanour: 6, Oil: BR Menute, 21,
Gigantic: 15, Neglect qd, 15,

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to read in a piece of travel lit- BY" fipe: 98 toa: Ys.’ dep 2B’ Down:
erature the following statement] 2. EuE® ota sidcsltnde: 7, Thue:
about Spain: Cut off from the] 4%) 4. Out: 3. Rectitude: 7, Ne ross,
rest of Europe by the Pyrenees TA ie igh ee os -
which have only two passes, , . _| Void: 21, Lary: 93.

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Year's Day),
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4 sHOWS
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and
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MARRIED”

and continuing Daily
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“CINDERELLA”
also The Color Short
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at 4.30 Show—Save your Half Tickets



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—

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Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. (Warner Double)
“KING'S ROW” and “CONFLICT”






FRIDAY and SATURDAY 5 & 8.80 p.m. (Warner Double)
David Niven & Jane WYMAN in “KISS IN THE DARK" &
George BRENT in “GOD'S COUNTRY and the WOMAN
ea Midnight Show Saturday 0th (2 new Pictures)
Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys in Johnny Mack BROWN i:
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Last Holiday Hamper” Sat. 30th at 8.30 Show Save your Half Tickets.

GAHTETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

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MEDNITE Sat. 30th, (2 new
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John LOVES MARY Leo GORCEY & the East Side Kid

Ronald REAGAN and MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN
“ E IMINAL” and

1 eee toe TEX RITTER with his horse
Lin

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ORCHESTRAS

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4.45 and 8.30.

June Haver and Lon
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yulated, under-developec 7 @€asily vulnerable to air attack
try which has been torn by flee hae Give tie, Secale = Inside Chima, there are fewer 5 Mao hopes that the whole
since 1931. But she has all

Matural resources to become

Olossus—given 50 years of 1 With 4,000 miles of coast- air defence of her own, years WITHOUT open, general Qe Banishes perspiration odour
e. line, China has no adequate navy : war. He wants to be in a posi-
tal war with the United to defend her vital sea outlets — 3 Her main workshop and tion to transport and use its © Leaves body sweet and dalaty
se f the Canton; Foochow, Shanghai, arsenal area, in Manchuria, is an petroleum, rubber, sugar, alum- : i i ,
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DECEMBER

28,

1950

LER INDO 4
\ CHINA

his mind:—

—and so reap the fruits of any

Dairen
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S S, Lady Rodney, 4, 907 tons net, Capt
LeBlanc, from St, Vincent

S S. Cottica, 2,312 tons net, Capt. Burat
from Funchal

S.S, Oranjestad, 2,850 tons net,
Hazelhoff, from Christobal

SS. Inventor, 3,840 tons net,
Beyant, from Liverpool

Sehooner Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, from British Guiana

DEPARTURES

Schooner Gloria Henrietta, 55 tons net
Capt. Glynn, for St Vincent

Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net
Capt MeQuilkin, for St. Lucia

SS Alcoa Pilgrim, 3,931 tons net, Capt
Haagensen, for St Vincent

S S. Cottica, 2.312 tons net, Capt. Burst
for Trinidad

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We thank you for your pat-
ronage during 1950.

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1951

THE LISMORE AGENCY
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Bottles Fenders Damaged American Column
nes : , > of the rear fenders of the
‘ESH from their three-day One of. : or
after a few weeks of travell- car X.522 was damaged yester- e re S e
about the country to get bot- day morning at about 10.45 when
to sell to aerated drink it became involved in an acci-
ars, bottle traders are again aent with the van M.594 along

eting the many bottles that
used over the holidays.

Lower Bay Street. The car is the
property of Dear’s Garage while
the van which is owned by God-
dard & Sons, was being driven
by A. Hewitt. The car was being
driven by Arthur Chase.

Scotch?

From Newell Rogers

they went about the districts
wday, their call was, “any
es for the bottle buyers?”

bottle trader told the Advo-



NEW YORK.

; scarcity. So they hoard in fear of

yesterday that always after —- ‘i oe the midst of the shopping controls, of rationing, of shortage
stmas she could buy over 300 ush, a business mystery dev:|- SPRING FROCKS are to be
gill bottles from a district CALF 7O LBS AT BIRTH ead tonight—the strange case of shorter and tighter, Dressmakert
bout 25 residents. Those are _ ‘he missing Scotch. agree that the stylish Amerie
y sold at six cents a dozen. A bull calf when weighed in Not just one case, but millions woman must be tempted inte
Said that it is just before and shortly after birth yesterday of bottles, throwing away her old loug
‘Christmas that the bottle morning, registered 70 pounds, It

Imports of Scotch this year ave
the largest since th > re peal of Pro.
hibition, more than 7,500,000 bot-

dresses and buying new models,
MONOPOLIES are hit in a Bit)

#is at is best. is owned by Everdene Alieyne of

Eagle Hall, St. Michael.

————

passed in the Senate by 55 votes to
€ said that women of her tles above 1949, 22. Tne 1k mtn
; : ; - yy ‘ keep- M 22 ne law, if also passed by the
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Thursday, December 28, 1950

GOOD METHODS

DURING the debate in the Legislative
Council on the resolution to provide funds
for the completion of the St. Leonard’s,
Coleridge and Parry Schools and the Pine
Housing Scheme a note of caution was
sounded by Hon. H. A. Cuke. He advised
that we should take stock of the good
methods which had been adopted in the
past, find out in what way they were bene-
ficial, and, where necessary stick to them.

This raises another point which might
well be adopted in dealing with the ex-
penditure of public funds. There should
be a Finance Committee comprising mem-
bers of the House of Assembly to examine
resolutions and bills which have been re-
ferred to a Committee. This committee
would have it in their power to co-opt any
member of the public or of any other body
who could contribute anything to their
investigations.

This-suggestion has been made because
of the obvious lack of scrutiny of the votes
from the Treasury to the Architect ond
Planning Officer who was allowed to erect
these schools and houses without the
supervision of the Public Works Depart-
ment. The result has now been seen.

If these votes had been subjected to
thorough examination by a Committee of
the House it would have been realised that
the estimates were too low. If the votes
had been subject to the practical handling
of the staff of the Public Works Depart-
ment it would have been seen that, judg-
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ADVOCATE

“The Red Threat In|

Latin Ameriea”™

By MALCOLM JOHNSON

WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.
Intensified communist activity
in Latin America is regarded
today as a serious threat to the

security of the United States.

The situation is such, in view
of the world crisis, that Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson has
called for a conference of the
Foreign Ministers of the 2!
American Republics constituting
the organization of American
tates.

In calling the conference ic
diseuss further economic, politi-

cal and military co-operation,
Acheson warned that the “ag-
gressive policy of international!

communism, carried out through
its satellites, has brought about
a situation in which the entire



THIS is the
highlighting 4

first of five
little-realised

articles

phase
of the worldwide communist drive
against democracy—the Red threat
in Latin America. Existence of this
threat to hemispheric solidarity in
the present crisis has been under-
scored by Secreta: ot State Dean
Acheson in his call for a meeting
of the Foreign Ministers of 21 Ameri-
can Republics to discuss measures
of meeting it.

Maicolm Johnson, writer of these
articles, is a Pulitzer Prize Winning
Reporter of National renown He
went for his facts to the highest
diplomatic and intelligence sources
in Washington, including the men
dealing specifically with Lat‘
American affairs as they affect .ne
United States This series points
out and explains how communist
activities spell danger for the United
States in the current emergency



Througi tireless agitation they
are generating a campaign of hate
age...st the United States, They
are creating civil unrest, trving to

free world is threatened.” foment revolutions against noia-
bly instable governments, infiltra-

The plain, ominous fact — of ting trade unions, other political
which the State ent is parties and the governments

fully aware—is that while world themselves.
attention is focucsod on the crisis
in the Tar Feet and the threat, All this is a s-urce of enormous
jot wer vith Soviet Russia thepwotential damage to U.S. inter-
corimenisits are working cease-iests, particularly if war comes.
tocety in Latin America.

The-r objective is clear. They
ro ceeking to drive a wedge
Cen tho Uniled States and

'.-alin America and, in the event

«. war, to prevent us from
cceiving strategic supplies which
culd conceivably spell the differ-

{cace between survival and” total

would have been exhausted before the ,

buildings were completed.

The members of the House are respons-
ible for the funds drawn from the Public
Treasury. That responsibility does not,
however, end there. It,is their duty to see
that the results from this expenditure are
the best which can be obtained under the
circumstances.

In the case of the Schools for which fur-
ther sums must now be voted, it is not
only that the funds have not been spent
well but that the objects for which they
have been spent have not yet been
attained. Educational facilities in this
island are extremely unsatisfactory. There
is a shortage of teachers and all the schools
are overcrowded, These new schools were
to answer the public criticisms against
superannuation and to satisfy those
parents who claim that they are willing to
pay but cannot get places for their
children in the public schools.

The money has been spent and education
is still suffering from the same defects.
Meanwhile public dissatisfaction increases.

Close scrutiny of resolutions would be a
means of preventing this unsatisfactory
method of spending funds and asking for
revotes. It would, of course, cut across
the recent practice of the House of allow-
ing resolutions to be sent down from the
Executive and passed the same day on
which notice has been given by having
rules 88 and 89 of the House suspended.
The greatest Speaker the Barbados House
of Assembly has ever known, the late Sir
Frederick Clarke, warned the House a few
months before he. retired that the Rules

of the House were made for a specific pur-
pose and that the suspension of these two
Rules would lead to trouble not then en-
visaged by the House. It was then an in-
frequent practice and used only in cases
of extreme urgency. Today it is the rule
rather than the exception.

In the House of Commons a Committee
is appointed to assist the Speaker to cer-
tify money bills, which cannot be amended
by the Lords. In Barbados there is no
necessity for a certificate by the Speaker.
The matter seems to settle itself. But such
a Committee would not only be effective
in saving time, but would ensure that pub-
lic funds were handled in a more satisfac-
iuvry manner. This in fact, is the peculiar
province of the House of Assembly.



OUR READERS SAY:

Agriculture
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I come again to this sub-
ject to add a practical supplement
to my letter of the 19th inst. based
partly on your stirring. leading
article two-days earlier.

I then voiced lively satisfaction
at the recognition which the vital
importance of agriculture in the
West Indies is now increasingly
receiving from several direc‘icns,
and mentioned some of the steps
we in Barbados are taking to give
it the attention and promitlence it
so emphatically merits. And I
closed by referring to the immedi-
ate plan for & “Farm Institute” in
Trimadad, and urged that we need
to go much deeper and wider into
the subject and deal with it on
larger lines.

That scheme—quite good, prob-
ably, as far as it goes—looks like
another effort to provide scientific
instructors or directors, and will
give Barbadcs only places for four
students, at quite considerable ex-

se, whereas I think we need
primarily to’get down to those who
do the actual work of tilling,
planting, and reaping, and arouse
in them interest and respect and
liking for their position and duty
Scientific instructors or directors

ing.

tion.

tive manner.

sure them,



interested

the same time

; samme

cannot accomplish anything much
unless the rank and
workers are interested and will-

I now come to offer two simple
practical suggestions at this point.
It may be they are stale and al-
ready recognised by wiser people.
If so, please have me excused,

The first concerns the boys and
girls—especially of course the boys
—to whom we have to look to take
on the work now being done by
the generation that is passing, and
the suggestion is that we should
enlarge and build on the School
Gardens scheme already in opera-

It is said that some of the school
teachers are not interested in this
Gardens section of their curricu- : !
lum and perform their part in it I mentioned j
in a very perfunctory and ineffec-
If so I do not think
the community should hastily cen-
The school master has
naturally turned away
iand and stockyard and directed
his thoughts and aims in quite an-
other direction, and it would be
surprising if he were still greatly
therein and keen to
point others to such work and help
them to become efficient in it.
I feel sure many

efeat.

That is the official over-all view
Washington todmy. Highest
‘ources point to specific develop-
rents in specific Latin American
untries in support of that view,
nich can be summarized as
. llows:

ac

The Communist programme in
Latin America is by no means
w, but is a part of communism’s
nnounced program of world
quest through revolution.

In furtherance of that pro-
in Latin America they
cre exploiting historical weak-
rasses in relations with the
United States.

Their influence extends far be-
_ ond their numerical strength and
they are now redoubling their
eYorts in the light of the world
: tuation and the growing danger
: a third world war.

What’s more, they appear to be
making some progress, despite the
fact that officially most Latin
.imerican governments are friend-
ly to the United States,

Their methods are familiar, but
in Latin America they are finding
much fertile ground.



RED PLAN FOR

By ELIE MAISSI
PARIS,
Reliable reports from behind
the Iron Curtain revealed to-day
that the so-called “African
Cominform” has taken — far-
reaching decisions aimed at
overthrowing western domina-
tion of the strategic, raw mate-

rial producing continent of
Africa.
The “African Cominform”

drew up its programme during tts
fivst meeting at Bucharest.

Since November 17, three im-
portant meetings have taken
place in the Romanian capital

eoncerning Communist action in
Com-

Africa. Native African
munist leaders participated. The
discussions concluded December
17 with adoption of an over-all
programme of action for the Com-
munist parties concerned.

Tt was decided that Africa pre-
sents a favourable terrain for
national, racial and social agita-
tion.

Strikes and street demonstra-
tions will be the principal meth-
ods and the primary objective
will be to createy an economic
crisis designed to disrupt one of
the western world’s chief sources
of raw materials.

According to reports received
by qualified agencies in western
Europe, the Communists aim to
combine the effects of an eco-
nomic crisis in Africa with the
restriction of raw material pro-
duction in Asia, The African
Cominform believes this scheme
will multiply the difficulties of
the United Nations western pow-
ers in Korea,

Leadership of Communist activ-
ities in Africa was removed from
the hands of the metropolitan
Communist parties, This measure
principally affects the French

of the existing s
file of the
perform their du
ly. Then again,
for it, with a ful

must interest the
train the hand.
were possible

and given as a

not look for a r

tellectual interest
or even total ig
from the
Not long ago I

and though he
school only a shor

At thing much about

the importance of the subject and

But we do really need to make
the item a suecess, and especially
to provide the intellectual stimu-
tus of “Nature Knowledge”.

teachers with expert assistance.
Suppose a competent and enthu-
siastic Instructor could be found

visiting the schools and_ helping
the staff in the matter,

of interest and efficiency on the
part of the young generation?

surprised at the scant knowledge,
land worker of the multitude of
interesting facts and processes of
Nature which surround him.

a little garden work at my place,

he did not appear to know any-

interested in them. And a year

The average U.S. citizen scarce-
ly realizes how utterly dependent
we may be on Latin America in
the event of war with Russia.

If there is war, the communists
already are boasting that not a
drop of oil or other strategic sup-
plies will reach us from Latin
America for use agzinst Russia.

It is, therefore, vitally import-
ant for us to maintain the friend-

~ Well, you see, ductor,
I'm a newsagent, aud I
always carry the foreign
papers with my right arm
and English ones with
my left!"



Lonion Express Service

Communist |Party, which previ-
ously has exercised strong control
over Communist activities in Mor-
oceo, Algeria, Tunisia, Senegal
and other key regions. It also
affects: the Communist Party in
Belgium, which had _ controlled
Communist activities in the Bel-
gian Congo, an important uranium
producing area,

In future, Communist leadership
in Africa will be entrusted to Mos-
cow-trained agitators, most of
whom are natives of the regions
in which they will operate.

The reports added that funds
for these activities are centralized
in Cairo and dispersed in several
banks under cover of accounts
of various firms of the Russian
satellite bloc.

The Bucharest meeting decides
the preparatory phase should cul-
minate in violent agitation some-
time next Spring. It is known, that
certain French authorities gov-
erning French-African territories
believe outbreaks may occur at
that time.

The reports
“African Cominform”
‘meetings came from the same
sources which in 1949 asserted
that the Peiping meeting of the
World Federation of Trade Unions
in reality sheltered an Asian Com-
inform meeting. In November,
1949, these sources predicted that
a military attack would be launch-
ed against South Korea by the
Communists. The military attack
was launched last June.

concerning the
Bucharest

This time these sources pointed
out some similarity between the
Peiping meeting and the Buchar-
est meetings.

The Bucharest meetings took a
double form. There were public
meetings of the World Federation
of Trade Unions. And, in addition,
there were the private Cominform
meetings concerning Africa.

taff do recognize or so ago I had
much the same
ty conscientious-
what about time the commonplace
1 curriculum?

and

We
mind as well as
Suppose then it
to furnish the can the enlarged
and what would
transforming the
whole time job den into a kind
think the success
Might we
ich development

ie
I have been

ust above

in the

norance, of the
in
fe sheet.

had a boy doing

This was introd
must have left
t time previously ence,
with good results.
plants nor to be
and at the end of

beg Be

member speaking to him about

fertilisation in the life of flowers

system based on an efficiency

retired planter with wide experi-
who had himself tried it

ship and active cooperation of
Latin America, te counteract the
progress being made by the Com-
mun sts and to keep Latin Ameri-
eans convinced that their interests
coincide with our own,

Stressing the economic import-
ance of Latin America, Assistant
Secretary of State Edward G.
Miller, Jr., in charge of Inter-
American Affairs, pointed out re-
cently that 1950 purchases by the
U.S. will total at least $2.5 bil-
lions worth of goods.

Miller also said;

“More than one half of the value
of our imports from Latin Ameri-
ca consists of strategic raw ma-
terials. Latin America provides
all our requirements from abroad
of vanadium, quebracho and cas-
tor oil.

“It is a source of more than
90 per cent. of our purchases of
antimony, cadmium and mice.
From our neighbours to the
south we secure from 75 to 90
per cent. of our imports of petro-
leum, berylium, bismuth, copper
and iodine, and from 40 to 75
per cent. of our imports of sisal
tin, lead, zine and tantalite.

“In the future the importance
of Latin America as a source of
strategic raw materials is more
likely to increase than to decline.
The case of manganese may serve
as an example,

In the past a large proportion
of our imports of manganese has
come from the Soviet Union.
Two great new deposits of this
essential commodity have recent-
ly been located in Brazil. Plans
for the active development of
these deposits are now under
consideration, and eventually
Brazil may become our most
important supplier of manga-
nese.”

GENERAL |



‘és Kkh’’

Hope Of The West
Hy GEORGE MOISE
WASHINGTON,
Dwight David Eisenhower, the man who
might have been President, returns to the;

scene of his greatest triumph for what may
be his toughest job.

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General of the Army Eisenhower, Supreme | je

that crushed Nazi Germany, will return.
again as Supreme Commander of Western
Forces.

But this time he will have only a compara-
tive handful of men and airplanes — plus the
powerful weapon of atomic superiority — to,
‘ace a threat greater than that posed by
Adolph Hitler at his peak. Eisenhower is
tharged with organizing and leading the
forces of the North Atlantic Pact Powers to
meet the Communist aggression of Soviet
Russia and her European Satellites.

If the Kremlin should decide to move
against Western Europe, General “Ike” will
be called upon to stop her. It is an unen-
viable task, one that could have been turned

down, but Eisenhower will take the job. Like

any other good soldier, he knows he is ex-
pendable.
Eisenhower is believed to be the unani-

mous choice of the North Atlantic Peet

Powers for Supreme Commander. He is the

,one man considered most capable of welding

a solid, powerful, cohesive force out of the
varied and scattered elements available to
him.

If he is successful in his mission and builds

Miller stressed the importance} a force strong enough to stop the Kremlin’s

of Venezuela as a new source of
iron ore and added:

“{masters in their plans for world conquest

“These facts may well serve | Pefore they engage in further armed aggres-

to dispel the notion so widely

held in this country that the
United States is economically
self-sufficient. How outmoded

and unreal this concept is, be-
comes clear when one examines
the list of basie foodstuffs and
raw materials from Latin Ameri-
ca which are necessary to sus-
tain human life.”

The communists are fully
aware of Latin America’s im-
portance, and that is why they
are working night and day to
enhance their influence there, to
the detriment of the U.S.

(To-morrow: What the Reds
Exploit)
—LNS.

lm eG ae
Assuming these reports are
accurate, there now exists a
European Cominform, an Asiatic
Cominform and an African Com-
inform—all with a joint executive
body operating under direct
instructions from Moscow.
According to the reports the
principal tools for the contem-
plated Communist activity in
Africa will be local trade unions,

whether or not they are affiliated
with the WFTU,

Aside from an effort to cut pro-
duction of strategic materials,
especially uranium, the Comin-
form also hopes to be able to
force the western powers to pin
down in Africa most of their
native troops such as the French
Senegalese as well as the Tuni-
gians, Algerians and Moroccan
forces,

The Communists also plan to
exploit the independence granted
to Lybia by the United Nations
as a pretext for requesting U.N.
intervention for “liberation” of
territories now under European
tutelage.

The political masterminds be-
hind the Communist African
drive are reported to be in Cairo.
From there Muslim agitators,
trained in Soviet schools created
in Soviet Muslim republics, will
set out for the Communist African
adventure.

In both the North African
countries and in French Negro
territories, the first move will be
to create numerous and active
trade unions. Later it is expected
the attempt will come to join
these unions to the WFTU.

Special attention is being de-
voted to Nigeria, a country of 406
million inhabitants under British
regime. Trade unions are
reported active there and the
Nigerian Communist political
leaders are believed to have had
recent contacts with sepa 5























sion, his already great stature will be im-
measurably increased.

He again, in 1952, would have the privilege
of turning down supplicants asking him to
run for President. In 1948 both parties
wanted him and he refused.

If he cannot create a powerful force, or
if Russia strikes too soon, undeterred by
American atom bomb supremacy, he couid

lose everything he has worked to gain in his]!

career.

The appointment of Eisenhower by Presi-
dent Truman may well go against the Gen-
eral’s wishes. He repeatedly has said that
he was happy as President of Columbia Uni-
versity, and he has expressed the desire to
be allowed to work quietly as a civilian for
the good of the country, and the country’s
youth,

In addition, less than a month ago he ful-
filled a 32-year-old dream and bought a 189-
acre farm near Gettysburg, Pa. The farm was
to be the place where Ike and Mamie Eisen-
hower could retire to the rural life and rest
they so well deserve.

But the farm will have to wait. So will
Columbia University, and so will the poli-
ticians,

The smiling, balding, blue-eyed leader of
the West has always been a professional
soldier and an outstanding one. He was born
in Tyler, Texas, Oct. 14, 1890, and graduated
from the Military Academy at West Point
in 1915.

Eisenhower did not get overseas in World
War I, but his career has been one of the
average regular army officer, except that he
has moved faster than most, and has risen
higher than all but a very few.

In World War II he was Chief of the War
Plans Division of the Army’s General Staff,
Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, and
then Commanding General of Allied Forces
in the Mediterranean and European “heatres.

After he left the job of Supreme Com-
mander he was named Chief of Staff of the
Army.

But even after he left Eisenhower kept an
office in the Pentagon, and he was in Wash-
ington as a consultant, expert and elder
statesman as much as he was at Columbia
University.

Now he is back in full harness. He is no
longer a schoolteacher planning retirement
on a farm.

He is the hope of the Western World.

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The notice was published over A
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have expected that by this time
a confirmation or denial] would
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THURSDAY,

DECEMBER

28, 1950



Car Overturns

MOTOR CAR struck
bankment and verturne
at Horse Hill on Tuesday evening

The car was eversing into a
parking space
No one was injured, but the top
of the car and the windshield
were damaged. Residents of the
district and holiday makers as-
sisted in putting it back on the
road
HIEVES stole two five shill-
ing pieces, a gold locket
and two golq bracelets from the
home of Gordon Lewis at Spark

Gap, Garrison, between 5.30 p.m
on Saturday and 8.00

Ss Jay

provision chop of
Gulstene, at Upper Dayrells Road
was broken and _ enterec’
tween 7.45 p.m. and 8.00
on Saturday and a
articles to the value of
stolen.

Walter Carrington <«f Utility
Village, St. Michael, fell asleep
at Queen's Park on Christmas
Eve, with a dollar in his pocket.
Wren he awoke the dollar was
gone

A pair of gold framed glasses
valued $25 was stolen from Her-
man Inniss’ meat stall at the
Public Market between Friday
and Sunday.

HE BOYS at the Bay Street



a.m.

Boys’ Club will soon be
doing carpentry. A workshop at
the back of the Club will be
completed shortly.

During the Christmas season
the interior of the Club was
decorated. The hall is painted
green and yellow.

T CHRISTMAS the Police

Constables that were on
duty had no cause to feel home-
sick. The Police Canteen was
decorated with a Christmas tree.

Throughout the day various
Constables played carols on the
piano while others crowded
around and sung

ITHIN another month or so,

Speightstown will have its
first modern store.

Messrs. D. V. Scott & Co., Ltd.,
proprietors of the Colonnade
Stores are building a general
store at Queen Street.

The site of the new building
formerly accommodated a garage
which housed buses of the Lee-
ward Motor Omnibus Company
It is just about 20 yards from the
surf of the sea.

HEOPHILUS THORPE, the

- owner of motorcycle M.1151,
was injured in an accident along
Cheapside Road at about 4.30
o'clock yesterday evening. He
was taken to the General Hos-
pital and detained.

Thorpe was riding his cycle
when it became involved in an
accident with a Central ‘Bus.
Fred Johnson was on the pillion
but escaped with slight injuries.

T about 11.30 o’clock yester-

day morning motor lorry
M. 1918, owned by Seibert Hope
of Fifth Avenue, Nurse Land,
Tweedside Road, and driven by
Eric Grandison of School Road,
Carrington Village, crashed into
the paling surrounding the house
of Eileen O’Donald at Nurse Land
and damaged five galvanised
sheets. No one was injured.



Stole Coat:
2 2
Fined £10

“This is a serious matter—taking
up people’s clothes’—His Worship
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, Senior
Police Magistrate of District “A”
told 23-year-old Cuthbert Hazle
of Holder’s Land, Deacons Road
yesterday, when he fined him £10
for stealing a jacket valued at $30.

Hazle pleaded guilty of we
offence which was committed on
December 24. The fine is to be
paid by instalments of £2. 10s. per
month or in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour.

First witness was Colin Beckles
of Black Rock and he said that
the jacket is his. He left it in the
Blue Lagoon Club, Nelson Street,
on December 24 about 1.30 p.m.
After he found that his jacket was
missing, he reported the matter to
he Police.
' Later the same night at about
10.15 Harbour Police Constable
Gill saw Hazle near the Plaza
Cinema, Bridgetown with a coat
over his left hand, Hazle went to
the Bridge Post and there he was
charged with the larceny of the
coat.

“LADY”’ ON DOCK \

M.V. Lady and_ the fishing
schooner Lindsyd I, were on
dry dock yesterday undergoing
repairs,

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dos a few days ago for the main
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EAGER LISTENERS crowded around the bandstand at Queen's Park on Christmas merning as membey
of the Combermere Glee Club joined the Police Band in the singing of carols.



Small Pox Still
“Suspected”

The suspected
pox at Pelican
“suspected case” as
are concerned, the
Medical Services
Advocate yesterday

He said that the Department
had endeavoured to bring the
case to a conclusion or otherwise
by certain tests, but these tests
had not proved valuable in any
way.

Whether there was a suspected
case or otherwise, he said, the
main point was the protection of
the community and this had
started from the beginning and
was still going on.

“The small pox epidemic has
started in quite a mumber of
cases because the disease was
not suspected in the first instance
and ine protection of the com-
munity had not started
immediately.

“Owing to the low state of the
immunity of the community to
this disease which may come
among us at any time, the vaccin-
ation campaign is going on and
will go on as an ordinary prudent
public health measure in the in-
terest of the community.”

2,680 Vaccinated

“Up to Boxing Day a total of
2,680 persons had been reported
vaccinated in the island since
the campaign began, Of these
2,151 had been vaccinated in St
Michael and the remaining 529
in the other parishes.”

The Director said that as fai
as it had been reported to the
office, St. Peter, St. Lucy, St.
Andrew and St. Philip had been
active as regards the campaign,
but there were aware that the
work was being carried out in
Christ Church, St. George, St.
James, St. John and St. Joseph.
Figures for these parishes were
not.available to date.

accination centres were now
set up throughout the island, and
they were still appealing to
people to be vaccinated as that
was the only measure of
protection,

small
stil a
far as we
Director of
told the

case of
Island is



CITY STREETS STILL
CROWDED

There was almost as much activ-
ity on some of the City streets
yesterday morning as on Saturday
the last day before Christmas.

Busbey Alley and Lower James
Street were among the places
where much business was bein
done, There vendors of vegetables
and fruit were doing a good trade.

Most of the stores in Broat
Street and Swan Street still ha’
a good many shoppers in them
but the groceries did not seem tu
be doing much business.

Postcard sellers were again out
in force, This time they were
offering postcards with New Year
greetings.





FRIED FISH VENDORS
DO GOOD BUSINESS

MANY a hungry, and

therefore dispirited late night

walker has taken heart again after seeing the twinkling of
the light from the tray of a friqd fish seller sitting on a

shop pavement.

27,000 XMAS
PARCELS

Twenty seven thousand Christ-
mas parcels and nearly 350 bags
of letter mail were handled by
the General Post Office during
the Christmas season, the Post-

master told the Advocate yes-
terduy.
The parcels started coming

in from November 1 and the
letters near the end of the same
month. Alj were distributed by
Christmas Eve,

The new Parcels Department
on the wharf had considerably
relieved the Christmas pressure,
and had made the disposal of
the parcels possible, the Post-
master said,

A belated mail of over 300
bags from England arrived on
Boxing Day and these were now
being dealt with.

The volume of the business
done during the season had made
it necessary for the clerical staff
and postmen to work about 11
hours each day. This was done









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’ This business is a brisk one, especially
during the flying fish season.

Baxter's Road is a big centre for
the business, and so is Nelson
Street. Another place where a lot
of frying goes on is the busy junc-
tion of Barbarees Hill, Spooner’s
Hill, Bank Hall and Black Rock
Those are the really big centres
but there are vendors in almost
every dstrict

They buy fish from the beach in
big quantity. To-day’s prices are
22 cents a pound for dolphin
bought from the beach and 26
eents retail; 14 cents a pound for
shark; and for flying fish from the
beach five cents each and six cents
each from the road vendors

After the flying fish are season-
ed and fried one costs about six
pence, A steak of shark will cost
14 cents and a steak of dolphin six
or eight cents more. A penny loaf
of salt bread usually goes with it

These fried fish are usually sold
on the pavements of liquor shops.
Many men like one after having a
drink or two. For one thing, a
steak of fish will take the taste
of the liquor out of one’s mouth,
and then the pepper and other
condiments with which they are

rion FIVE



Venezuelans Spent [ndians On
\mes Here

m
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Venezue.ai:

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eveligis were tne

lourisis who came over iast week-

end, and they sea-—patnea, weal

signt—seeing and dined — Gane pau) Indian Missionary Monks *

ed at some of the island's soci! h have vowed themselves to OF
cubs

celibacy and delegated their lives
to socio-religious work landed in
Barbados yesterday. To-day they
leave for Trinidad

The Aquatic Club scored a h.t
on Christmas Night when iney oe
only served special Venezuela...
food, but provided the visiting
Latins with music from South c:
the Border played by the Pan-
American Sextette, This orches-

They are four delegates of the
Indian Cultural Mission deputed
by Bharat Sevasram Sangha. The
deputation started from Calcutta

tra is composed mainly of men . — ae. ee
who were either born in Cuba oi ae ¢ b Bove: ea’ a So

who have lived and played musi: oe Cahora: ecu eae Ca me Sf si

iain a - time. Th lero:, Via . Me s anc ape f

there for some time e bolerc Town on M.V. Betwe.

guarachas and rhumbas they dish-
ed out at the Aquatic Club 0.1
Christmas night had the authen-
tic rhythm and were much ap-
plauded by the Venezuelans of
which there were about four
dozen

Among the guests were Mr. anc
Mrs. Vernon Knight, Mr. Verno.
Knight is Venezuelan Vice Const!
here and he mixed with the
tourists from that country as-
sisting in making them feel
home

More Venezuelans are
arrive early in January.

Eagle Hall Choir
Wins Contest

Eagle Hall Choir carried off
the first prize in the singing
competition at Queen's Park on
Boxing Day. This choir of 22

Names of the delegates who are
making a two-year world tour t
spread Indian Culture among In
dians overseas and other races are
Swami Advaitananda, the leader
Swami Vedananda, Swami Ak-
shoyananda and Br. Paresh

The leader of the delegation told
the Advocate yesterday that apart
from spreading Indian Culture
among Indians, they are out tc
preach peace propaganda to al!
races. He emphasised that the
movement had nothing to do with
politics. They preach the funda-
mental liberal ideas of Indian Cul-
ture, and want to bring about
unity among the diffvrent races of
the world

due 1»



Religious Principles
They believe that the cause of
the world’s miseries is the spirit
of selfish nationalism, and to re-
move this, the Mission is preach-

voices was conducted by Mr. ing the broad principles of all
Charles Hinds and scored 82 religions and all cultures to peo
points. ple everywhere without distinc
Their nearest riva] was the tion of colour, class or creed

Church Village Choir, St.Philip, The Mission consists of 200
who got 75 points, This choir had monks and 500 volunteers. They

28 voices and was conducted by
Mr. Cecil Skeete

Eleven choirs from five parishes
took part in the competition which
was sponsored by Mr. Sydney
Skinner of Baxters Road, The test
piece was the Christmas Carol
Now to God on High be Glory.”

Mr. Gerald Hudson and Capt
C E. Raison were the judges and

are carrying on a good deal ot
social and religious work in India
and other countries. Last year the
Mission visited East Africa and re-
mained there for 14 months

The Mission embraces all India,
and part of their work is to ren-
der aid in times of famine or epi- \
demic, They also carry on schools, {



commented that the singing of with free boarding houses for
the choirs had improved con- students
; rey Terie helpful criticism. The delegates showed the Advo-
The result of the contest was cate letters of introduction from
is follows: some of the topmost leaders | in
Fagie Hall 82 Points India, including Mohan Lal Gau-
Chureh Village, St, Philip 75 ,, tam, Secretary of the National
Government Hill St. Michael 13 Congress, 8 Kirpalani, eXx-
Plum ‘Tree, St. Thomas pi President of the National Congress
King a pork, st. Philip. 65 and several Cabinet Ministers of)
Hothersal Turning, St. Mi the Indian \!overnment

chael 58s |

Edgecliff, St. John. and Half After leaving Trinidad they will |
Miao Ror ro a visit the other British West Indian |
. sans, St. Michael Ae visi ve other “ItLS :
fii a st Michael 53 sslands and British and Dutch |
Guiana, They were the guests |
while here of Mr, D, A. Thani,
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were made by the regular . : stow and her funeral] %\ «6 ’ . eae
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at times Shen e0 ie ignore his Police Constable Longe said making esta Sp ‘ ntatoder SOOO FOP GOO OOOOOOOO.
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You Ought To Know

Little Red

Book For Red Bandits

Prank Owen sizes up the guerrilla

Struggle he has

left behind him

in Malaya

CALCUTTA,

DURING the Prime Minister’s visit to America he told
President Truman that, in Malaya, Britain is holding a
vital sector of the free world front line.

it is true. Britain has 20,000 troops in Malaya. Also
based on Malaya we have Royal Navy units and the Royal

Air Force.

As long as these facts are understood, and not just used

as excuses for doing no more, there is still some

South-East Asia.

If it is not realised that Malaya
as the master key in the politics,
strategy, aMd trade of this rich,
crowded far corner of the vast
Asian heartland, then the sooner
we retire on the Isle of Wight the
better.

There is no reason at all for
going—except funk, or the mud-
dled emotion which stampeded
us out of Burma ard let in civil
war.

Certainly the larg¢
the people—-and especially the
native people, who are Malay,
not Chinese—are content for us
to stay.

The Communist clatter about
a “Malayan people’s liberation
movement” is about as genuine
as the Sheffield “Peace” Congress.

Unfortunately for us it is a
little better organised.

Kremlin-led

IF things. are to be called by
their right names (it helps clear
thinking), then these 5,000 or
10,000 “bandits” are advance
guerrilla troops of the Red Army.

That is, they are mobilised,
trained, officered, and led under
the direction of the Kremlin,

No need to argue otherwise
As I write I have before me a
handbook on “Tactics in Guerilla
Warfare (2: Attack),” It is com-
piled ang published by the Red
Flag Library, West Pahang. The
‘oreword.explains why Number
{wo is phblished before Number
One. .

“Up te now our attacks have
been baséd purely on the general
lines of guerrilla warfare, It
means we-have not yet acquired
the necessary knowledge to launch
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good “gen” it is. It shows low,
where, and when to lay an am-
bush (if possible, at a road bend
ina defile at dusk); how to
scout and spy out the enemy's
movements and strength

It shows how to hide, deceive,
distract, decoy; how to win, or
compel, local good will, and so
secure supplies, information,
funds—or, at a pinch, recruits,

The manuai sets out the drill
for cutting, or tapping, telephone
wires, Stealing identification
ecards, burning buses, derailing
trains, and shooting up the wreck.

There are instructions about
slashing rubber trees, and thus
denying to the British enemy a
vital dollar-earning and strategic
asset. But another, overriding,
top-level order says go easy on
this: the “bandits” expect to take
over the country themselves
soon, when those rubber trees
will eome in handy

If this is “banditry,” then it
is big-time banditry. Maybe that
is what Big Brother Bolshevism
has become.

But so far the manual merely
deals with platoon tacties. Wait
for it!

Shortly, we are up to half bat-
telions, and are dealing with
concentration, dispersal, rein-
forcement, organisation, sig-
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approach, though not in _ this
Number Two manual, the grim
subject of executions.

Other captured “gen” tells

you about these. Death is the
penalty for desertion, spying, sur-
render, rape, or robbery (that is,
unauthorised, private robbery).
Offenders are also flogged with
a rattan cane, tied to a pole for
five hours in the blazing sun, then
made to do a day’s work
Few desert. Fewer surrender.
Don’t let us kid ourselves. Let us
know our enemy. Who is he?
First, the trained, resolute, fan-
atic Communist, sometimes indoc-
trinated here in Malaya, some-
times smuggled from China.
Second, the sincere but muddled
idealist

Third, the adventurous, the
young men (and women too) who
want to live dangerously.

Fourth, the criminal and
perennial brigand of legend.

Murder...

COMMUNISTS have hammered
all these into a formidable fist.
Make no mistake. You have to be
hard to be a “bandit”.

Their pay? About £3 a month,
with few allowances (there is
little difference betwgen ranks),
Their diet? Rice, bamwoc shoots,
and wild bananas.

Their day? When not fighting
or looting, P.T. at 6.30 a.m., then
drill, weapon training, and pro-
paganda until 6.30 p.m.—and then
three hours more of “political in-
struction.”

the

All this highly organised mili-
tary activity (they ail wear uni-
form in action, also badges of rank
before and after it) ties in with
plain-clothes terrorism by the
“special service squads’ who op-
erate in the towns.

Their tasks are laid down as in-
cluding intelligence; subscriptions,
i.e, extortion and blackmail;
assassination,

All bandits are controlled by the
Communist Party of Malaya, act-
ing on Cominform orders. If this
is not war or something infinites-
imally short of it, perhaps some-
one of the intellectual appease-
ment movement will explain.

The Cost

THIS is the abiding and overall
battle which General Sir John
Harding, Commander-in-Chiet in
the Far East, and General Sir
Harold Briggs, his Chief of Anti-
bandit Operations, face.

General Briggs did not come to
Britain recently to ask for more
troops. He came to ask for more
civilian powers.

Why? To organise and mobilise
the several separate State Gov-
ernments of Malaya into

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concerted drive with troops, po-
agricultural, social, and commer-
cial services,

_ Incidentally, this “bandit” war
is costing us all of £40,000 a day, j
dear friends of the “Friends of the
Soviet Union.”

But regular troops and regular
police are not made for fightin«
guerrilla troops, which is what, |
repeat, those bandits are. |

There is only one way to beat
bandits, or guerrillas—be better
bandits, or guerrillas |

Deep in the heart of the jungle}
there is a Drilsh-Malayan force
eavable of doing it.
The troops are all
volunteers |

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They are drenchex, |
in jungle lore. Disci
plined
schools of

In hard |
War, com- \
, 5 mandes, paratroops,

i desert and Jungle ;
Mad Mike’ ‘> °-tange__— penetra-
Cal on groups. Dedi- |
cated, mayle doomed.
Colonel “Mad Mike” Calvert, |
who communds them was wit

Wingatc

I would like to tell you about
him and his boys, but, as Kipling
said, “that is another story,”

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WASHINGTON, Dec
General J. Lawton Collins,|
United States Army Chief of
Staff said in an article to-day that |
American war experience’ in;
Korea must not deter the United}
States trom devloping the use of
atomic weapons by army troops.
Writing for the Coronet maga-
zine he described progress in de-
veloping these weapons as “en-
couraging”’. |
The Korean war, General Col-}
lins said, was “a reversion to old
style fighting more comparable to
that of our own Indian frontier
days than to the modern way”
and could not be seen as a pre-

view of a future war.

—Reuter.

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(F rom Our Own Correspondent) ting practice against a Queensland sion cricke* victories over PiCK- i andscape (Singh)

7 o nok ‘ , : a, 2. Ostara (Lattimer)
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Evans receivin further sound | Foundation second innings

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i passive mood, Bailey, tried to hit _, Regiment scored 132 for 8 de- :
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practically impossible. But re- bowler Hunter, and was then Pickwick : 18 and go ‘or their horses — one thorough- | Tennics orings you iumeduce
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; ; a + in eee eee alee ee = ; One of the riders, Lt.-Colonel | tapped separately) in your pocket
is our supremacy in the game e = Warr showed a fine turn of pace S. Simmonds 11. For Carlton W. ; nia "1 ‘ tt

iis being whittled away. The Eng- Davis Cup Tennis when Queensland batted and Greenidge took 3 for 37 and H. SRY’ JS aelnae hee bia hacoughe So eae ahdeee Coving taf e

1 have twice gone close to Uinta Oveniiaeeianbaaioas Wright, after shaving the stumps Cox 3 for 12. bred Foxhunter . the consequences, If Rennies don't
. This time without Comp- SON HEN at least four times, finally hit , : : kelp yo ’s ti y , yo

i ; have ORT-OF : ae CENTRAL vs. LODGE “Another would-be purchaser | %C!P YOU. its ume you saw your

ton, Our Australian selectors hav¢ PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad. them to get rid of Philip. Central .. 95 and for 2 wkts, $8 said, “the sky is the limit for | ‘tr Get Rennies at any chegnist,

tly, I think, chosen the The West Indies have failed _ Some accurate bowling by Eric og may aa St :
Same 42 players for the third test to gain entry to the 1991 Davis Hollies baéked up by Wright kept “C*"."iiinds took 8 Lodge 2nd tion of selling” Llewellyn DIGESTIF
" ba has been prove® Cup Tennis competition for the the Queensland batsmen on tie 1 :

. T r \ In S vickets s ared. j
brittle beyond any brittleness 1 second time. Mr. Neils Noth- defensive when they resumed oa ia ny aie’ Re oo youngest of the British | IES
can recall in Australian cricket. nagel, Secretary of the British the second day and only a fighting [ynings, A. Nichols 49 not out, team, 2i-year-old Peter Robeson,

Py alg eee Caribbean Lawn Tennis Associa- innings by T. Allen, who contrib- ie , r ’ ’







; rs : : C. Shepherd 19 and R. D. stin said that he had been offered Tae agait te

CRIPPSGETTINGBETTER {1% id,’ fort-of Spain, last ited, 85, saved them rom col- 13 not out eth $1L940 for his tare Craven, A) NO SPOON MO Oke sea
2 lg : tio in Pe Sue
(9) zuRIcH, Dec. 27. Pecause the Caribbean Associa- Although in a position to en- FOUNDATION vs. EMPIRE Gearciaghiared > pe ey —— —
Sir Sta Fd Cripps’ condition ton was not affiliated to the force the follow-on, Compton Foundation ++ 28 and 16 shout $112 five years ago, until

has Lady “Cripps said International Lawn Tennis Feder- acting as captain in place of mpire 121 and for 4 wkts. we found she could jump.” oS
a e “his doctors. are 2tiom, It was for similar reasons Brown, decided that further bat- decid. ..... : ... 39 Farmer Wilfred White, who

Ee the West Indies were not ting practice would be more proi- S. Rudder took 7 Foundation gwns_ eight-year-old _Nizefela,

x With his progress’. admit {mk ad : : . pte ; f
who is suffering 2 ted as a nation in 1950. itable than a victory which would 2nd innings wickets for 2 runs. told the same story:
Sir SE ibercular itankicin a This year* another effort was do nothing to raise the M.C.C. REGIMENT vs. LEEWARD = “1 originally bought him for
’ entered a clinic here|™2de after finalising the con- stock. pF Regiment 132 for 8 decid. and $324, the first time he went into
stitu.ion of the B.C.L.T.A., in The decision w2s rather unfor- 98 for 8 decld the show ring. Before that he
Britis: Guiana. Application was tunate for Close who repeated his Leeward .... : 40 and 31 had been a plow horse
made to Australia, champicn first innings’ failure by again get- Regiment 2nd ‘innings Phillips —i.N.S.
nation, and they forwarded it to ting out for a ‘duck.’ But Shep- jg J[shmael 16 Brathwaite i
the bresident of the International pard, Parkhouse, Evans, Bailey : : } .

: . 7 A dle ds 10, innings .
Lawn Tennis Federation in Paris. and Wright all had breezy knocks Son aS ae ae Wife Of Dead Gunman

Reply came a few days ago. It and the crowd went home well gq “sh .
rete ech aks Wrest Indias could eee See ae ethattatmnant. tae, teem 6 Sor: 26. Freed Without Bail
NEW YORK, Dee. 23.

not be admitted as the central provided. COMBERMERE vs COLLEGE

body as the British Caribbean Combermere ...... 35 and 140 = =wirs Carmen Torresola, widow

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CLASSIFIED ADS,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE NINE

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TELEPHONE 2508 (Dressmakers) bex to t
Be or notify their customs that they will te The public are hereby warne: zinst | ROYAL NETHERLAND | | | CaReRani opulence walle ne caeemamaanm if ANDREW D. SHEPPARD =
eo 7 a aturday, ember 23rd] &'ving credit to my wife G. N Representing
, DIED wate ‘aaa 3rd meee HUSB NDS inee atone GALE m~ STEAMSHIP co Sontetees Life ,—_—- Sz
INEZ. On the 24th FOR RENT 23.12.50—2n,| not hold myself respohsible for her o . The M.V. “CARIBBEE will Cro F. cathabrowh tine LTb.,
; a het late resiiitiiie Fustic oso else contracting any debt or Sailing fr Acneland I bs ‘el. 2840
sucy lebts in my rn e less by writter ‘om Amsterdam & Dover accept rao 4 Pas . }
ewster, Bleanor Corbin ee eee P NOTICE ux order signed a = : "Ty col a Sth. December, 1950 ss =—,* i. ane Shep, 0
Athelstan, a ARI . = . “Bonaire” 5th., 6th. Januaty, 1950 j omit r ‘ }
helstan, | James and |__| VACCINATING CENTRES — vita DARRELL HUSBANDS, Selling from Amsterdam —m.s. “Willem ROKR” AMR,” Serer =. |
BEVERLY COURT — Modern Bunga-| Neva. P-M.G?s Hesidencf®. Etfenezer Four Hill stad” 15th. De ber, 19: ‘Oranje 7 . . }
28.12.50—1n.} low near Bays Water Deacons Re. Gascline Station, Four Reads. Alims- St. Peter stad” 19th January, tin, a Hersiia” ovis. 18 Bn. TERE CHIE Oat oT
Gi) ot Trot APply E. Stuart, Bryan, Popular Bakery, { !ouse, P-M.O's Office. Codrington Col- 28.12,50-—2n | 22rd. December, 1950. : Sts Seenadiantl “Sukie 10-DAY'S NEW N 1
oO! anon Tudor St 28.12 50—1n | lege. Mr. 4% L. Barrow's Residence Sailing from Hamburg, Bremen, and | January 196). SH
ce Ser = — seid taie agg Street. St. Margaret's School. Amsterdam “Boskoop™ ith. Decem vee
, LOGNE—St. Li . Near Newcastle ber, 1950, s.s. “Hermes” 19 semnbe: . . . y |
Pap. to-day. Friends | furnished. Vacant from the toe Senusey RLS. FRASER, 1950. te a ee B.W.1| SCHOONER OWN- FLOWER GLASS i} :
Sieties oor ears a Telephone 8607 28,12.50--2n Clerk, Commissioners of Health, ee ee Sailing to Trinidad Ete.m.s. “Helena” | for DOORS r | AND ALL GOOD
* : rts St. John, llth, December, 1950, s,s. “Cottica’ 26th, | ERS ASSOC N c 1 HES
: Rs te se Anas Fully furnished. Pe eee ae — REAL ESTATE | a 1950, s.s. “Willemstad” Ist cAweOl : ” JOmNAOW'S HARDWARE pel sie
, iy ‘urnished, for particulars ring anuary, 1950, ss. “Helder” 2nd. January \
Pier iaiteos cae | __ ee NOTICE hhh tne who "ire Ste we at cae YEAR
be y h
t (cousin). “SEAFORD” — Worthing. From 1st| ,,NEITHER the Master nor the Con- | inten =e “Oketeeee” ea Toys, and we are certainly
SRO Wor am; | JARO: {oF turtner "particulars Powe wanees of the MV. LADY, ill IN| December. 1980. —— fe &@ record business C. CARLTON BROWNE
. : . J C, ts, Government Hill s s ass y accommods
5, at the : ei tonya rome Ha. contra ed by the oy SS Sia“ane | avstable’™ passenger accom rodation | n them. oe Wholesale @ Retail Drageies
Boxing Day} e - in port. S$ . P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD BE WI 126 Roebuck St Dial 281:
place from her late resi.]| WINSLOW—Black Rock. F GUY MASSEL—Master. Read ~ Agent Pens JOUNSON’'S
M ‘rom ist} MANNIN Agents, ea iN STATIONERY 5
n . Christ Church. } J; c G & CO., LTD.—Consignees. | ‘f
Pe Dame SS, So Sete peste, tie aia so : | PAG EH I
fa Brathwaite, Evangeline, eho , | ~
oe Sait | __ NOTICE ‘Canadian National Steamships | =
. 12.50—I1n, ©. Gordon Bolden, Motor Mechanic BLABDON |
7 —_ OFFICIAL NOT ICE a. Benne oe left by Plane on \ Sean Sails Sails Sails Arrives 2 Me s
u a BARBADOS. Bee ee cant tance Sie So Shits | Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Ph Ringing in Our
Mate ela tebeevene hs IN THE ASSISTANT COURT January and in th na wonkrne AF.S, ny ee a a ee ee
and relatives for OF APFRAL hie tana — i meantime work at » W.VA. | LADY RODNEY .. + oo) ” Jan 19 Jan, 2 Jan. 29 Jan.
other a Borns Ce Josima Genre Jurisdiction) ruption under ‘o peotignn of hia Formerly Dixon & Bladon {aay eer i ‘ e 1 Ave: ith “ae i Ne VW St les!
n confined to the Nursing | JAMES ELBERTON SATE art (roe Ses FOR SALE y ,
—Det
fd, tape age, Meum ofan Oras ae oar Lost , re Airintos page “aon shake
in the “ ae p arbados jos in . John
OND "We HUTEHINSON, [aay or Novena Mags oe te, 28 | MB) pDEANE HOLLOw"—st. Lucy. || LADY RODNEY .. 25, Dec a Dee. € Jan. 7 Jan. FOR THE CHRISTMAS
all persons having any estate, right or id B T—-On December 25th — one with shingle roof, containing 3 | Re = ven 43 Jen. 2 Jun. $3 Jan.
interest in or @y lien or incumbranee | £0 racelet with chain attached | @) ped +s LADY RODNEY .. 1 Feb i2 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb.
Bisemory of Arlene Bannister effecting all that certain piece or parcel Between James Street Church, bus stand | Sane ticase “andar: quae | LADY NELSON 25 Feb 27 Feb 8 Mareh 9 Maren SEASON
of | yn. treet and National Paynes s, . Servant's a 3,
pet December, 1 ; ua jpituate at Dr. Gill's land in the! Bay Bus. ‘Finder will be suitably 2 garages and storerooms. 2% M.B.—Sublect, to change witnoat, noties. (° vewscw Jited with ooid more eham
pecial day ohn containing by ad ard fertile acres, option further 2% Passenger Feres and treigb'! applteation to :—
bu to my mind measurement one acre one rood and Antho z Fo a same to ie. acres. Offers considered ‘ er MEN’S SHOES!
Edo not think of you for nwa, a bytting and bounding Village. st. eee aileetee, Fitts . 3
rd to find: on lands o: iikie of C. L, Miller and = : “CASABLANCA” Maxwell's
7 § ai — May s ,
, Seana to fight ty ante ot Clarins Gikeeow on lags A GOLD PENCH.—On Saturday ard Coast. A beautiful property GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. — Agents. LADIES’ SHOES !
ar the blow, eto! ion on ds of Poo!| December. In Broad Street. Liberal embodying the finest prewar eackaiadaiaiad caealoadhidiied indians

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ever know.

"Pou lying in your grave
Part of my heart is buried there
Jean (mother).



‘themory of my beloved hus-
Franklin who fell asleep
December, 1948.

Wand my heartache

“ean heal

be a keepsake
in steal

“One has gone

Mot far away

et in the garden of

some day,

remembered by his loving

Franklyn of Long Bay,

27.12.50


























Smemory of Mary E, Rock.

Lucy died on 28th
ar has passed since that

safe in the arms of Jesus
Tei gentle breast there by his
grace
is at rest,
remembered by her family
Carmen Rock, Cartila
field Roek and Wilfred
nm), Amy Rock (daughter-
isa Rock (grand child).
pers please copy.

1949 Hillman Minx Saioon, one
ibsolutely first class condition.
Ltd. 28.12.50—3n.

ELECTRICAL

ps Radio 1936, Console model
with pick.up. For further
Phone 2824, 28.12.50—3n.




— Very old Mahogany
rene Mrs. Peebles, Bayleys,





lew and Second hand Furni-
ders from $15, Washstands $10,
Mahogany Vanities $85.,
ng Tables $30; Mahogany
from $45; Mahogany
. Birch $16. Also lots ‘of
in excellent condition
BEARD'S Showrooms, Hard-
Phone 4683.













28,12,50—6n

LIVESTOCK

ine Graded Guernsey

_Jariuany the 5th 1951.
calf. Telephone 95.267.

; 28.12,50-—3n






Cow to
30 pints











Songs of Praise—Hard Covers.
Apply: A. L, Waithe, High
23,12.50—In.

[ON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
ust received. This Fibre is clean,





} amd springy. Price 14 cents per
‘Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
ad. 15,12.50—t.f.n.




One Gentleman's Winter Coat
@llent condition



P glace to fill

: and also extra large panes
% inch thick. Dial 4222. G. W.
on & Co, Ltd. 19.12.50—t.f.n,













in
designs and colours just open-
for you. Yes! It's at THANI'S
Henry St. Dial 866 and Swan
14,12.50—t.f.n.

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TRUCKS — 5_ single Mule
. one double, one Buggy, newly

spare wheel. G. A. Clarke,
, St. George. 28.12.50—3n.





BABY'S PRAM in good con-
. Apply to A. A. Browne, Eagle
Pharmacy. Dial 4004 or 2154.

23,12,50—Sn.

Phone 4683.
28.12,.50—3n.

‘ANENT NEEDLES for your
Fesors player, and needles of all kinds,

“yooms, Hardwood Alley.

jords of all kinds too. A BARNES .&

.. LTD. 22.12.50-—.£.9

| Snapdragon Seedlings.
one 2533.

2/- per dozen.

HUTSON, .
28.12.50—1

JOHN F.



PUBLIC SALES
a

REAL ESTATE

“PINFOLD HOUSE”, Pinfold Street,
with the land thereto containing 8,488

sq. ft. Excellent business site. ty
G. L. W, Clarke & Co., Solicitors, James
23.12,50—6n,





Street.

SEASIOF HOUSE—“CALAIS” situate
near Dover, Christ Church, standing on
imately 2 roods, 1| perch of land.
dwellinghouse contains verandah,
iiving room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
rooms and toilet upstairs. Electric light
and running water throughout. Garage
and servants rooms in yard.

The above property will be set up for
sale ay public competition at our Office
James Street, on Friday 20th
1960 at 2 p.m. Inspection on application
to the tenant Mr. E. S. Burrowes, be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
12.50—lln Solicitors.

——_—_—————_$—$<——$s

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No. 17 High Street,

at their Office,

1950, at 2 p.m.
“Sheldon”

of December,
Dwellinghouse called

feet,
Bay Street, St. Michael.

Inspection on application to Miss Est-

wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.

For further Particulars

tions of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
13.12.50—12n.







. Apply: Donald

: 20.12.50—t.f.n.

all needs, available

supply %” Plate Glass for

2 P—New h.p. National Vertical
i Oil Tedine also Water Pump
ch Suction, at Ralph Beard’s Show-

Deeember

THE undersigned will set up for sale

Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th bs
the
and
the land thereto containing 4,845 square
situate at Shot Hall Land, Upper

and Condi-



Plantation and on a right
however else the same may butt or
bound to bring before me an account
of their claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be examined
by me on amy Tuesday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) and
3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
before the 3lst day of January 1951, in
order that such el. may be ranked
according te the natune and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such
persons will be luded from the
benefit of the Decre®, and be
deprived of all claim’ on of against the
said property,

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
cay, the 3ist day of January 1951, at
W o'clock . When their said claims
will be ra
Given under my hand this 28rd day of

November, 1950.
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
28.11,50—3n.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
JOSEPH GOSLIN BLACKMAN—Plaintift
JAMES ELBERTON BRATHWAITE
—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
ef an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 23rd day of November
1950, there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeat
at the Court House, Bridgetown, be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) amd
2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the
Qnd day of February 1951, all that
certain piece or parcel of sand situate
at Dr. Gill’s land in the parish of Saint
John containing by admeasurement one
acre one rood and fourteen percies but-
ting and bounding on lands of H. Wilkie
of C. L. Miller and on lands of ou
Glascow on lands of Colleton Plantation
on lands of Pool Plantation and on a
right of way or however else the same
may butt or bound, and if not then sold
the said property will be set up for sale
ou every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same ts sold for a
sum not less than £250.

Dated this 23rd ony Us gg 1950.

LICES,
Assistant Court
of Appeal.
28,11.50—Sn.

iil ace
OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARD THE Peg couRT
APPEAL.

(Rauitable SE RTHY
NORA

MYRA LEO! Plant

ALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL

_ ery Defendant.
irsuance of an Order in this
as the above action made on the
24th day of October, 1950, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbranee
effecting all that certain piece or pareei
of land situate at Kirtons in the parish
of Saint Philip and Island, aforesaid con-
teining by admeasurement three roods
twenty perches be the same, more

of way or





















Ag. Clerk of the

IN
Court

~or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C. Larrier,
on lands now or late of J. R

deceased, on lands now oF
jate of M. L. McCarthy and on the
Public Road or however else the
same may abutt and bound, to bee
before me an account of their sal
claims with their witnesses,, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
houre of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the
Qrd day of January 1951, in order that
such claims may be ranked according
to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claim on or against the said property

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 3rd day of January, 1951, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 24th day
of October, 1950.

I, V. GILKES,
Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.

26.10. fina.

~ OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL

(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
MYRA LBOMORA MeCARTHY
Plaintiff.
MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL
Defendant.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order in the Assistant Court of
peal dated the 24th day of October,
| Apes there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal
at the Court House, Bridgetown, between
the hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o’c
in the afternoon on Friday the fifth (5)
day of January, 1951, all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate at Kirtons
in the pent of Saint Philip and Island
eroreedia containing by admeasurement

Coppin,

Acting





and on the Pubtic Road or however else
the same may butt and bound, and if not
then sold the said property will be eet
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the sam*
is sold for a sum not less than £166.16.4.

Dated this 24th day of October, 1950.

I. V. GILKES,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
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NOTICE Sarage, storerooms etc. The land

is approx. 2 acres with flower

and vegetable gardens,

orchard and coconut

acre of walled garden

sold separately
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deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the Estate of Joseph Alonza

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this Island whe ied in ele “) oF a anchorage, 3 bedrooms, lounge, | SS. “DEFENDER” London 7th Dec 81st Dec.
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clains duly attested to the undersigned r . “MULBERRY HILL” London 23rd Dec. 8th Jan.
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No. 14 James Street, Bridgetown, on or
before the 15th day of Februamy 1951,
after which date I shall proceed to dis-
tribute the assets of the said Estate
among the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard to the debts and claims only
ef which I shall then have had no 5
and that IT shall not be liable for asset
so distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim I shall not have had
notice at the time of such distribution,

AND all persons indebted to the said

A well maintained and productive
Estate of some 32 acres in a very
lovely position 2 miles from City
The house is worthy of especial
notice and poss@sses great charm.
Its general structure is excellent
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counts without delay. AUCTIONEER
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V—_—_—_—_——S

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

“To examine the conditions in the port area in regard to
the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic,
wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their
regulation and improvement.”

2. The Committee invites persons and organisations interested
to give information orally and in writing. All such persons and
organisations should communicate with or send memoranda to the
Secretary, Mr. F. J, Odle of the Labour Department before 1fth
January, 1951.

3. It would be of considerable benefit to the committee if eight |
eopies of all memoranda could be supplied. |

4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as pos- |
sible and it is hoped that anyone who can give any relevant infor- |
mation will not hesitate to make it available to the committee.

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which audited statements are requested for imports from the U.S.A..

during the years 1946 to 1948, is amended as under.
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Boswell Beats
Al Browne



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GEORGETOWN, B.G. Dee. 27
Boswell St. Louis, Caribbean

lightweight chempion won 1
jecis on over Al Browne, British
Gliana featherweight champion
in-a 10+rounder before a record
erewda of yelling fight fans on
che G.F:C. ground Boxing Day.
Browne weighing in at 133 Ibs

comceded tive and three quarter
ibs, to Boswell.
Towards the end of the ninth

round. Browne floored Boswell
for n@ count and on three other
ceeasions Boswell hit the canwas.
The tenth round was a thriller ag
the “crowd shouted themselves,
hearse, while both men stood tc
to toe and slugged it out. ~
Fight fans broke into derisive
booing as referee Tommy Wheat-|
ing raised Boswell’s hand in vic-

vory. © Police ‘had a- difficult tim
yo ‘preserve order as round
“crowds invaded the ringside
swarmed into the ring

In*the preliminary bout Calvin
Garfaway was awarded the figh
in the last round of an ei
roufider. with: Young Bibbs whk«

was Gisqualified for not trying



Queen’s Horse Wins
Steeple Chase

LONDON, Dec. 26
The ‘Queen today saw her new
steeple-chaser. Manicou win it

thirct’ straight race against high-
class opposition at Kempton Park
Manicou, a five-year-old bay. i
his first. season of jumping
seored by three lengths in
three mile King George VI Handi-

. Silver Fame and Colored
School. Boy both veteran
"National and third respectively, The vic
tery was. worth about £2,000.

Manicou sired by Last Post out
of Mylaé paid 5 to 1, Monaveen
previously the No. | jumper ir

the Queen's stables fell and hac

to be shot during a
weeks ago.
Today the holiday

race three

race crowd

cheered itself hoarse, and threw!
their Hats in the air when the
Queen’s horse won. A few min-

utes after the victory, the Quee |.

was down in the paddock to shak:
hands with jockey Bryan Marshall
and to pat Manicou’s nose cP)



WINT SETS NEW RECORD

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand,
Dec. 27
Arthur Wint, Jamaica’s Olympk

Champion won the 400 metré
final to-day in the Canterbuly
Centennia) Games. He finisoed
18 seconds ahead of Ameri-
ican Mal Whitfield and his time
of 46.9 secs. was believed to be

the fastest recorded in Australi:
or New Zealand for the distanc«
The 100 yards final was wo:

yy W. Degruchy of Australia i.
9.7 secs. A. R, Bragg, US. wa

segond and E. McDonald Bailey
é6f Britain was third.

Miss Marjorie Jackson of Aus-
tralia, Empire Games Champion
won the 75 yards in 8.3 secs. to
beat the New Zealand record by
1/6 of a second,

—Reuter.



LADY SPRINTERS

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 2!
After strong criticisms appear-
ing in the Press, the Amateut
Athletic Association in. Trinidad
have issued invitations to Eileen
King, Pearl Gooding and Julia
Charles, the island’s top women
sprinters, to get ready for the
trials to be held prior to the selec-
tion of the Trinidad team for the
Pan American Games at Buenos
Aires early next year.

errr Canasta

* by M. HARRISON-GRAY

T. ts normally considered
bad Rlay to meld without
taking the discard pile when
Falnersbilitye he your
—tLe. when your

score is between 61500.
io 80, you are
secueing the number of cards
oR id, and will thereby
er the initiative to your
Opponents. They will be able

freeze the pack, 1

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. with
in their fayour—for each
em will have his full

quota of 11 cards.

As always in this fascinating

game, however, there are

ptions to the rule
uppose you are dealt:

K, 16, 10, 5, 5, 5. 5, Joker,
2, 2

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put only for going out quickly

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Outsiders Win At

Trinidad Races

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Tuesday,
The T.T.C. Christmas meeting opened on Tuesday in
the most miserable weathe1
day, outsiders won the majority of the races although in
one or two cases the favourite came home as in the Derby
class Fernandes Trophy over a mile

and the C
Of course it was a good day
for the Jamaican breds and when



the last Xmas meeting is remem
bered, one is tempted’ to believe
that the Jamaicans run better in
mud than those bred in Barba
dos and Trinidad

One Jamaican however who
might have won whether = th:
going was hard or soft was Foot
mark, winner of the Derby. This
upstanding colt by Merrymar!}
out of Goody-two Shoes, I under
sfand from his owner Mr. F. M
Watson, prefers the soft going
but he won in such impressiv:
style that it would have taken
Watercress at her best to give
him a race

Unfortunately neither Water-
cress nor Bowbells ran true to

form and this left Footmark with
an easy but hollow victory It
reminded me of Ligan’s victory in
the Trial Stakes in 1948

Footmark was not bred
owner but Mr, Watson owns his
sire Merrymark as well as ten
broodmares and revealed ton’znt
that in future he will breed in
Jamaica and race in Trinidad
because he was very pleased
with the general setup of racing
in these parts and thought the
public very sporting in the way
they received the first Jamaican
victory in a Trinidad classic. In
as much Footmark cannot
return to Jamaica I look forward
to seeing his future career in ‘the
South Caribbean. I think he will
make a good one from six fur-
longs to a mile and later possibly
nine furlongs

The other classic of the meeting
went.to Jamaica also, when the
Jester II, another Merrymark
horse ran away with the Breed-
ers’ Stakes He is not however
owned in Jamaica and the
first major successful purchase
of his owner Mr. S. W. Branke:
who has already bought a fev
Jamaican creoles

by his

was

In the case of the Jester, how-
ever, it would be unwise to say
how good he is as the start wa:
a bad one which he got the bes
of, and most of the best two-year
olds out here were off colour

Most notable of these was
Best Wishes who closed down jie
a clam after

running three and i
half furlong Cross Roads ra®
well, but was one of those pat

ticularly badly off

The other very impressive vi
tory for the day was when Atomik
II barely nosed out Elizabethan
on the post, to take the Governor ;
Cup after a gruelling stretch bat
tle with the imported mare, Tue
honours were almost equally
divided, as it was discovere!
afterwards that Elizabethan slip-
ped badly on the final turn and it
was at that precise moment (hat
Atomic If drew level with her.

Whatever might have been the





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Gas

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Expres

imaginable. Throughout the

possible result, this does not how-
ever detract from the fine victory
of the best miler that the champicn
sire O,T.C, has produced

This makes the first Barbados
creole ever to win a Governor's
Cup, and it also made it the last
major event in the South Carib-
bean to be won by the progeny
of O.T.C. Few horses could have
fought a more determined battic
at the finish and in a chat with
Frank O'Neil who rode Atomic il
after the race, he told me that
he thought that the big horse was
still feeling his leg a bit and that
explained why he was bearing
slightly on Elizabethan

Holder on Elizabethan told me
he did not think this interfered
with the mare’s chances of wih
ning. It was in fact the best finiso
for the entire day.

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What’s on Today

S.S. Gascogne arrives from

England, 6.00 am.
Barbados Advocate’s Photo
Exhibition at Barbados
Museum
Meeting St. Thomas Vestry
1.00 p.m ,
Sale of “Sheldon,” Upper

Bay Street, Messrs Cottle
Catford & Co,, 2.00 p.m
Police Band Concert at the

Leper Asylum 4.00 p.m
Darryl! F. Zanuck’s “No

Way Out” at Empire

Theatre, 8.30 p.m.

‘House of Dracula’ and
“Mummy's Ghost” at
Globe Theatre, 8.30 p.m

Samuel Goldwyn’s “Our
Very Own” alt Bridge-

town Plaza, 8.30 p.m.





Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.41 ins,

Temperature (Max.) 82.5°F

Temperature:

(Min) 71L.5°F

Wind .Direction (9 a.m.)

E.N.E

(3 p.m.) E.N.E.

Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.970

(3 p.m.) 29.878.










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Lighting: 6.00 p.m
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GQuee recorded their first;
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Friday
December

1950



Atom Bomb Would |
Split kast— West

Says Archbishop Of York

NEW YORK, Dec. 29.

D&. CYRIL GARBETT, Archbishop of York,
second ranking Anglican leader, said to-day

that the use of the atomic bomb in Korea “would
never be forgotten or forgiven and would resuit in
an irreparable breach between East and West.”
He wrote in a pastoral letter: “Use of the atomic
bomb could only be justified as a final attempt to
save Western civilisation from catastrophic ruin

by unprovoked aggression.

Declaring it was urgent to se-

feure a good understandin with

Britain May S soon | China, Dr. Garbett weiter “The

| very thought of the possibility |

Name Duheesador jot war with this patient long
suffering people is hateful

TO SPAIN “The use of the atomic bomb

| Against their cities, would out-

LONDON, Dec, 28. |Tage the conscience of our} MOTOR CAR X-466, own

Britain has asked Spain 1 for it] PERCH
agreement to the appointment o: He called for another attempt
a new Ambassador to Madric | “at the earliest possible moment
usually well informed quarters jrj@nd at the highest level”, to reach
London believed to- day agreement with Russia—without|

Asked today whether Spaiu’s| which there could be no peace in
agreement had been sought, the] the world.”
Foreign Office spokesman re-| Referring to

Callendar Road, Christ Church

Motor Car
Burnt Out

Communism, he

plied: “It is not our custom tc] wrote, “in many European coun-} Motor car X-466, whicl
comment on such matters.” Hej tries, a widespread mood of des-/ being driven along Cal
added that the news of the ap-| pairing fatalism is destroying the| Road, Christ Chureh
pointment of a British Ambassa-]| will to resist, Wiggins, on Wednes







dor was likely within a few days. “Unless there is a definite con-| caught fire. The uph

The new Ambz Jor is © ,_.| Vietion that Marxian Communism} Wood-work were burnt out,
od tp he Sie emnirone expect! is so evil that it must be resisted} Cpl. Hurdle, ussisted by Henry

to be Sir vohn alour present) 4+ all costs, the atmosphere of} Goodman, owner f the car
British Ambassador to Argentina 7 : ; »| extinguished the blaze. U

pap ‘ wid do “cad ‘| helpless frustration will spread HTB Oe ,

Since December 1946, when Sir yesterday mornings he ca
Victor Mallet was withdrawn ii Unless Britons were prepared| still on the spot—parked at the
accordance with the United) to resist, there was the grim] side of the road. It was filled with
Nations resolution forbidding} probability that they might share] dirt and the seats h
member Governments to be repre-| the fate of Eastern Germany,| dragged out of the cat ‘
sented by a Spanish Ambassador] Poland and Czechoslovakia. | |the gutter. Two of th |
or Minister, the British Embassy} «phe Church must oppose| were wide open
in Madrid had been headel by a vigorously, this materialistic form be eticet 4
Charge d’Affaires.—Reuter. of Communism,” he wrote

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—Reuter. ¥. , , +
ones Fish Price Control





Police Dredge River
For Coronation

Likely In U.K.

LOND( NY, Dex
Britain's neat hortag¢



U.S. Tells Italy to Go
_ Ahead With Plans



= creating such. demiar
Storte WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. | that the Governm
LONDON, Dec. 28 The United States is reported! Sider the restoring of
Police were to dredge part of|t@ have told the Italian Govern- eae ry clas : tee
the River Crouch in Essex to-day| ment to “go ahead” immediately a7 $y oa red Thursda
in their hunt for the Coronation} with plans for manufacturing] 0) guy wae treed at pt aaah =
Btone stolen from Westminster] arms worth about $400,000,000,) (oc). jast April. Prices first rose
Abbey on Christmas Day | next year. sharply then ; ; time
j : An official said that the State] non meat wa plentiful
During the night police} Department had assured Italy Re ey tly hes E + ain
launches patrolled a stretch of] informally, that financial aid] anq in’ mar frort
the river banks following @]| would be forthcoming in the shi ena hb than the
mysterious phone call that a European rearmament programme ’ st i —~(CP
“heavy bundie’” ad been trans- P old, controlled rate ,

ferret trons to help them,







A Gubseanent fener maid’ the The’ “amount of dollar aid, it eee
ae ty oe ape 4. | Was emphasised, would depend on Bal TT? 7
ae ee been. Cuapeg mio | the Italians own production Britain W ill Scrap
Police suspect it was t effort,
eet ome ee eee The Italian plan called for the Old Rail Motors
—Reuter, | turning out of rifles, mortars,
machine guns, transport vehicles, LONDON, Dec. 28
| cargo lorries and large quantities Britons soon wiil say farewell
. ‘ of ammunition, it was reported. | t® the wheeled Methusel on
Brazil Communists —Reuter. | their railroads. These incl 1co-
motives dating back to and
passenger < vintage with









Plan Action Jan. 3 | E J shutoff compartments which 1 ust
' gypt Preparing wae fr ) ide rather
reported that Com-| For Next War Under the 1951

are planning further agi-| ing programme



RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 28.
It is reliably
munists



railroad build-
innounced on







tation throughout the country fol.! \ Wednesday night, most of these
lowing trouble which broke out| m CAIRO, Dec. 28 ,!museum pieces will be scrapped
last week when more than 1,000 Fearing that the Middle East jn their place will be dozens of
were arrested. will become one of the battlefields} diese) locomotives and inds
Brazilian Communist Leader|im a new world war, Egypt is) of ultramodern cars

Luiz Prestes said that strikes,!aking elaborate civil defencé But the old crocks wont be for-
political veet‘ngs, distribution of; Preparations. Sit pene preter mea expect

= © i 4; é c C quiries om regular
subversive pamphlets and posting Experience gained in the second ot nett hs c ee me an ats

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| Asia Urges
U.S. To Listen
| To Peiping
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AKE

Tense

ited
iy, are

SUCCESS, N.Y., Dec. 28
Asian countries
Nations, it was reporte
pressing the Unite
tates to negotiate with Commun
China for settlement of all Fa
tern political problems. The
said to feel that such negot '
tion are the only possib|

ieans for a Solution to the Korea
ana ian J OOps \ r without a military knockout

in the

pe! Oo ie ove

Henry Goodman wre c@ipictety burnt out Wednesday night along



Ever since the Chinese Com

Will Return Home

a, the countries of Asia with
ten to



exception of the Philippines
urging the US. t
Communi

ve been

Peiping’
; : OTTAWA, Dec.28 emands that it
Most of Canada’s 345 man army advance party in Kore Withdraw its troops fron
will return home probably wy ithin a mo nth | Korea ;
A » se »Tit Tleet
The Canadian Press news agency says this confirn Withdraw the Seventh * Flee

Formosa
Its opposition to the
he Communist Chinese

the army no longer desires that 10.000 of its spec
should go to Korea,

seating of
regime



It clears the way for the foree to go to Europe nex} spring | jin the U.N
the agency added . | They believe these concession
* Part of the advance: party vould bring peace to Asia
Korea on administrative| est. temporarily This view we

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infantry battalic lied in a 12 power resolutic

ONE DREAM [Poo



wt expected to be the o 1ey put before the U.N. assem }
r ’ Mi > fmnit committed there two weeks ago (CP)
rHAT CA} E i» The Canadian Army ee hi |

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boasts of a 26 per cer

@ A Barbadian groom had increase over 1949 o » oe 1 Reds Denounce

i dream on December 23, *forward to continued y . eS
He dreamt that Elizabethan |j next year, The bulk of the i US. Foreign Polie.
was Winning the Governor's increase arose from the fort .
Cup in the Trinidad Races ftion of a special Korea force NEW YORK, Dee. 28
Suddenly just when Eliza- +The overall total includes son American Communists de
bethan appeared to have the | 20,000 men in the regular fort sunced the United States foreigt

ce in hand a big strong 110400 in the special force at oliey at three public — rallic
horse drew level and forged Fen by it 46.000 in the reserves } penin their Party Gonventior
ahead to pass the winning t 7 | here last night
post first, Elizabethan fin- An official review on Thursday; Benjamin Davis, a former Negré
ishing second. In his dream Psaid the present tota; is 15,5 ity Councilman and one of the
he could not recognise the higher than in 1949 and quot ommunists convicted of conspir
horse but he did remember } Defence Minister Glaxton ng to overthrow the Goyernment
that the dream jockey wore | hailing this growth a u | old a negro audience that Chinese
a red cap ; Blanding sign of the t i | and Ke is had handed America

Feverishly consulting his which the Army has g the “greatest political setback
Trinidad racebook the fol- nomesaf age since iar reorgan ver
lowing morning, he, ciscov- “bed as a peacetime po This, he said, gave. him, double
ered that the rider of Atomic | four years ago —Reuter & (C pede, because American imperial
Il would be wearing a red were suffering from “the very
cap. So with no delay and ne opie they hate and despise.”
pinning his faith in his In Brooklyn, Simon Gerson, a
dream he got $2.00 sent to Gen. Motors Build | ~arty Leader in New York State
Trinidad and invested in the toes his listeners to “c¥rb our

forecast Atomic II—Eliza-

Car Of The Future’ The. coueenton will meet in





bethar To-day his dream
ame true, he is richer by DETROIT. D ai rivate teda) iets
$54.00 r if Lec 20 —Reu r.
s A lot of futuristic ideas about}
automobiles are t¢ iin al te ee
" ~~ + ew ¢€ x perime ital be ,
German Bishop alls oo Gest woos. "| British Warships
Drain child o ariey . sill (
‘ on... y a M. Vice President in charge i
Ik or Unity Talks tyling the car, is a low sleek! Visit U.S. marty i
oid ; os, ports unit with eping | | LN rf |
KS He. BERLIN, Dec _ 28 that gave ppearance | ne ott ~ oe poe
Bishop Itto Dibeliu: of Berlin, | many recent contents of the car >! hree sr 4 warships ar
leader of 37,000,000 German Pro- the future ke a five-day informal visit
testants said here to-night that h: Barl se eda he the United States naval oer
avoured get gether talks g base at t i
ny! prec ee! to er aaenns ait future, only in. the arti in ‘ : a et mo, Cuba
e mm MSts t ce 7 = mnt n t
ins nit ome of its design or mechanic ‘bs a soe +
nan unity features may appear Git , They are the cruiser Superb
: 8,000 tons) flying the flag of

Che Bishop said he would open standard automobile

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world war is to be used in settiMf| engine or carriage is taken off the} his private home in Magnesium and aium o Commander-ineChief of
ned for January 3 tL up protection against both old and] run. talks between Germany's two pre- | loys will be used in constructi he Wi ‘ Edie Waticn oad me
Security police however: were) new methods of warfare, Egyptian Their quest will be for souven- | Miers, Otto Grotewohi from East |ithe car named Le Sabre. | bl rehentne t I 1.600 tons)
suid to be taking necessary steps ; - ; . , rigates Bigbury Bay (1,600 tor
DE ee ten ae aga ear missions in the United States and) irs of their old faithfuls perhaps a}and Konrad Adenauer from We bo b PoWares with an experimet nd Sparrow (1,500 t }
to prevent Communist action. Britain are studying the latest] whistle or numb plate or even | Germany if it would help Germa engine with a 10 to { ni ey _—Reuter
—Reuter. methods of civil defence includi'iz|a steam lever,(CP) unity. pres pi ratio plus a su har :
protection against the atom bomb I \| make myself available | will have a dual! ystem|
In Pani A f d tment vl coketeall aloos to soe = permit “rele es of enriches) Dime-Bomb Killer
S A Civu Defence departm is EVA CHANGES V ne ge 2 s fuel at certain speed level "
Audience vii alc bein wahaen ritk h roval that unity which is so fervently Cy ; ) . :
aing created with the approve ; 18. engine ill develop more inj y
HAIFA. Dec. 28 of the Council of Ministers HER MIND desired by all of us, 300 horsepower with the super-| Appeals Senterce
f AA; ec, 26. ut une
A first night theatre audience oF BUENOS AIRES, Dec, 28. rhe emergence of Dibelius as a) Ars (cP) es! | QUEBEC. Dec. 28
listening to the Corsican-born Eva Peron changed her ad nd. GP can = eS! ea Bea ween | CKnoraux Roust, watchmaker
enact Sir, Bees See h twice in a week and decided aftet Bauer is tramniny d Teply to East ARTIE'’'S HEADLINE ‘under sentence. of death in con
th as a tear gas bomb was 320 Old People Lunc all to accept the contribution of 3] Gorman “peace” overtures de | nectior vith the time bomb
thrown among them . ° . iay’s pay wh d employed] auned to | peact ‘ tures eon a Umi ahs
av oe : . signec ring all Germany under } which blew up a inadian
} aay were made to leave the With Italian President person in Argent m domes- nae Demoe ratic” Gbvarainen iner 15 month ago killing 23
bea ROME, Dec. 28 tic to public d t©} Christian Democrats in Berlin people has appealed
F Before et pertosmanes Stee President Einaudi of Italy and}make to het cial foundation last} said today that Adenauer was giv- | His appeal which questions th
* ee: dd soit Tino Rossi his wife to-day gave a lunch to| Octobe 2 ling “minute attention” to a draft legalit of evidence admitted
wen re Te ee h the Nazis 320 old people in the sumptuous Last in-l of the reply is trial will be heard here
He collaborated with th banqueting hall of the Quirinale|tributions returned the —Reuter. February. Reust was convicted |
Later Rossi took the micro-| Palace. lisagreer ent of i ; t wer n oe c Alb pert Gua |
phone as the people walked back ‘ Chosen from the poorest in A eilowing oh ef 1 i ng ; he i ve h y Gest } at wh :
into the Armon theatre and said:| Rome, they afrrived in specu veneral Labour Confederatior ane - > be nC on . 1
“You know I have always been] buses, entered the _ presidential| other tate controlled Labour EARTHQUAKE IN Le nurdering his v Reuter |
with you”. They cheered palace by the main gate and | organisations - 1ecept re ane STi KITTS v |
He is to give a series of ‘per-| mounted the stairease of honour)ment on behalf of their alates ie a |
formances in Israel and then g°]/to be received by the Presidert! however he lecided to keey (Pre Our ou ag at * BOY KILLED BY TYRE
to France to make two films, and Signora Einaudi, | the money : : a ST. KITTS, Dec. 28, —o BUENOS AIRHS. Dev 28
—Reuter. —Reuter. —Reuter, here were severe earthquake od Bea RT has a8,
iit ——-—ee Hchocks from 2 P.M, yesterday to V4 ee | QO DOYS paayieng Wi . Ta }
. rg early morning to-day. No damage eee LOR ou Oe a garage in oronel |
: ; : ‘ T AS SHOPPIN * vas reported in St. Kitts but there “a i UAT IRL Bueno Aires provinces
4 4 ‘ tt } i ute ume
have been reports from Nevis that Cow fini Neieierao j | attache nm automatic “air pur
ome buildings have been dam eels a= | of tl fi ty t It ¢ 1od
aged “JTe's this unofficial crike ne ur grave
Inhabitants of Charlestown left at London Alyvpors.
their houses and slent in the oper — —Reute:



one of tores yesterday;

the City

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PRAGUE, Dec. 29, being re-organised ‘ the neetin ov for failing i |
Communist party members in Soviet model the duties of a member of j
the Czechoslovak army _ have The regulation appeal to Cornmmunist party?’
been forbidden to criticise then jlefine the rel ve compete The regulations give ever
officers “in service matters”, the of army officer an ) ti 1unist n the army. tl |
army newspaper Obrana Lidu branches in the army ght to go traight to Com
reported to-day They emphasise the rit munist party headquarters wit }
New regulations ssued to of officers ly ( en complaint about any other |
party branches in the army sa} ifstinct f ff f munist in the army re rd
th have no right to: emand tf t nk
Control or criticise the in the Obrano Lidu id the pre
activities of commanders his strength” to ensurt ine of the Czechosl
» Dd reports on scrvi eving out mr 1¢ ordé enant
fi tie and to strengther la
Criticise officers orders, or thereby creasing the ght de “
4 Give orders ‘concerning treneth of he arty t embarki
risdiction of commanders” But the t { developme
t the’ same time the an officer can be criticise egulatio
ré ilatior give Communist r violating the at ( ere ase
he army full freedom in puré statutes of the party, criticisir yerier pa |
4. matter the ¢ ‘ f ‘ { r r t 5 n the Soviet i
Czechoslovak army is party ngresse nference —Reuter





on Decen

Pri
FIVE CENTS
Year 55





le

te 38th Parallel

TOKYO, Dec. 28.

(,ENERAL MACARTHUR’S Intelligence Staff

estimated today that the Chinese could throw
150,000 men against the Eighth Army, covering
the South Korean capital of Seoul, between New
Year’s Day and January 10.
Limited attacks in lesser strength could be launched
“at any time’’, the Intelligence officers added. The
Chinese could reinforce this strength in the west
by between 100,000 and 150,000 troops released by
the United Nations evacuation of the northeast
coast.

American





Shooting Star yet
duelied with a greatly uperioi
force of M.I.G’s this mor

| the air force said, the pre

38,325 U.S. des







ruction of two Commun
. . jets and the damaging of a this
Casualties | was claimed
| American Intelligence ¢
WASHINGTON, Dee, 28, believe that part of the Cnhines¢
Announced United States | foreés in Korea is now sout
casualties in the Korea war | ‘he 38th parallel
rose to 38,325 by mid-night | Iw Chines army corps of
December 22, an increase of free divisions each have now
1,904 over the previous been identified massed along the
week. Of these 6.432 were 8th. parallel north of Seoul
deaths, | Intelligence report pul then
} withi 35) mile ot the South
The Defence Department Kore capital one north of
releasing the ligures to-day he Imijin River and the other :
said that they represented |} the Yongchon area
only the notifications sent to | I t eattered — actir
next of kin. —Reuter } occurred on. the central ar
| eastern ectors rf the United
= | Nation front yesterday ar
m 4 American Eighth Arm pokesman
French Evacuate |
Phe four week genera! full
* * prevailed eon the ground
Binhliew Outpost } Allied warplane eneeteaaly
ou ‘ ] + eed .
SAIG( IN, Indo-China. Dee, 28. | neces iy ee rad) ~haeaMel
‘rench Union fore have | sai : :
vacuated Binhlieu, one of thei : Se ei,
ast outposts near the Ci bo ey beeper tot ee sae
r, French army official oped exceleny” neu
unted. hare today their bombing raids on the
The post is 12 mile rth of the | Communist positior mmediately
French stronghold of Tienyen ehind the line central. and
he Tonking coast stern Korea
The railtown of Kumswa
Most of the Binhlieu garriso iles 1 theust of Seoul received
ficceeded in joining up with af the brunt of the attack The
elief column sent to help them upe i et no opposition
They said they had a “sharp and ithe: he r or from tt
unequal fight with Vietnamh round
guerillas The plane: flew 717 combat
French forees have also evacu orties on Wednesday The
ated Chauson defence post on the] United States’ Rar @ast Air Foree
northeast sector of the Tonking reported nearly 1,000 Communist
front troops casualties and 450 supply



—Reuter,

buildings and barracks destroyed
} or damaged
This mornir

48 U.N. PLANES SHOT | {°\, 0"

Russian type

Sibre
damaged
M.LG 15's ir

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probably




Â¥ in encounter with a grou, {
DOWN REDS CLAIM them over Korea the Fifth Aj
ile F Force announced, No details ¢
LONDON, Dec 28 | the ngagement were vailable
The a Koreans claimed} A totn of 34 Russiar ! et
aay they shot dow tl wis sighted yesterday bs
United ition plane betwec
VNovembe 16 ave Jecember @ on page q
vo of them American 829 Bombe |
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ome y radio sid the Peoples|| TELL TRE ADVOCATE
Viosco oO Sait e People
arm had completely liberated” | THE NEWS

iber 24 an area in the
Hamhung region 6 miles
ihe Allied held

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Hungnam

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Today the holiday race crowd] i-hfered Itself r> arse, and lhi*' their hat* m toe an when ll Queen's horse won A few minute* afie< the tflcfc i I wa* down in The paddock to hands with HKke> li \1 and |p all all •"' WINT SETS NEW RECORO CHHISTCHCItl H New, /• i Arthur Wtnt J ales'* Olynvu Champion won tit 100 final to-day in tin Canti Centennial GameHe 18 seconds ahemi "I Ami lean Mai Whittiel.l and i of 46.9 seeeras belfaflVad to be the fastest recorded in Austral" or New Zcnlnnri fnr the dastanc' The 100 >;irts hnal was wo. by w Donruch> f Australia 9.7 secA H Kraix. I' S second ami E Mi-Don^M Ballr* of Brit.Mii wan third Mi*afarlork Jackson of Australia, Empire (James Champm' won the 75 yards In 8,3 sees 11 beat the New Zealand record >• l/o of a second. Renl'i I \lll SI llll QUEENSLAND WINS -'.'---*-----•-'--%  M fMBM this seawJ Si .th AusI K J*rk H6 gave ipening stand of 111 nut the si. 1 >.ii %  %  • Itruler MAIL NOTirr. Ill Of .lo. ,WA'///V>'''-' ANNUAL DAM I US'TRAI. CRICKCT C'Ll'B will take plare e>i SATl'KDAV. DECK 30th i ^ Mil ill I MUSK l>> HopP) Jordj and inOrrheatr* IlikeU ubUinabU from Mrmber*nd Iheir Friend '. I H\T \ S;H1Slli ,. ,.i., iBpitelb -i ib • E|U l!l"l I X I lOMADE M your HAIR dr.ssing. It itralgniena mo nair. aim ma the calp of dandruff USfc KAZOL Pomade as dire.te.1. ami sou get startling rculu. without L |i>tresJrtng your pocket l>Mnbalra Till. BOIINN BAY B UM CO ^5i^iiiA^;ii}\stJ5^so\ji^5'/5is^!; BIOBT ldoNTTIB 0IJ> MAROA la -npportel by i f.mon^wlUl^lIl 1 a motlnT N.-l V.i, Vlin Dm.li h.nnpioii ii.uodn<^ Ti*%  in Hi. antat Bel Intend) -winiming this '<>ain. > Outsiders Win At Trinidad Races fKntm **nr l>n Correapontleiitl POUT OK SPAIN Tut kiay, TinT.T.C Chriatmai mi el Ihc moan inlNrabli WMthoi imagiiuiold Throughoul ihu day, ootsldtfi won the iDsjorlty <>i '!" %  raca %  lthough in M two cuts thff favnurito came home as in ih' Derby the C CUM FcniandM Trophy ovta .i mile. ' % %  ',.. raauJI | • ,...j how f'r the i ind hi i %  vai detract from ihc fine victoi %  '%  la x na ihebeal mller thai the champwi bared, one la* f re O.T.C. hu prod that the Jamaicans mi battct I nil makai the Bm iiarbadi. mud than thoat rei uwin .. Governor 1 doe and Ti In dad On ,i .. . i^hi have arm vhsjthei LADY SPRINTERS POKT-OF-SPA1N. Dec i\ After strong ciitieism* ancuiine in the Press the AmuU u i Athlete ABSOCiatiun m Tim ham ucd iiivitations to Eileen KlnjT, Pearl Ooodlng and Julia Charles, the island's top women aprtnter>. lo get ready for the trials lo be held prior lo the selc*-. tion of the Trinidad team for the Pan American Games at Buei •.* Aites early next year Standard Canast ., M. HARftl&ON-CltAY IT la nornaalir cuinldcira % %  • Ma piny U> tj"ia wiTliimi Caains tlir dLvaid pllr wlin fou are In the fliai -laar ol •unMrabllltT—le. wlirn jour •owe 1% ftrlwern O-lMO It rou do so. fixi %  < rwiuciiia il..number of ca'in fOarnaiMJ. ami will iharriu Uaik>rrr IM IIIUIBIIVC lo your QOOWieiil* riiry will be abi> (fi Tt*rnr llic pack, tr Oi*r SO daMra. with ihe inailiPoiattiM' oad> in lair favourfor earn Of thrni il! hava his lull uota or 11 .aidA" aia-ays in tht* laeetnaunt howavrr. Utara aro K. If, is S. S. ft. ft. ileaat %  fht Ia ?er Bood band feUt OBJI foe |otiif .>!i'. i,ui. %  %  It doe> not rniiiam a -.uOi oirnt varlftv of pairs lo ararrmtit sou trylna: U> oontuiir 'inHOV uoili a larg* pack tuH> br*n collrcud You -lumid at one* main I, •. s. ft. Jakar, Thin la %  a rn a l w your parinai mat rod ar aiim-i itmaj 'OOl If ha haa any PI If hr dbla l_ and yoo .*• mad' potnt wa mark, winnei ol bj Merrymarl ..ut of Goo ly-1 l undei | | Watson prefen th soft foirui i atyle thai ll amild have takan • to give him ii m a Unfortunately nelthci Watei cress nor BowbeUa ran true t< form und tins lafl Pootmark with an aass bul hollow yictorj i' reminded ma of liaan'a lha Trial Stakes in 1918 Footmark was not brad b) hi ..wner but Mr Watson OWM hi ftln Meromark as well as ten broodmares and revealed lon'^'i* ih.it in future he will bread in Jajnaloa and race In Ti nldad because he wa* vei. pleaaad with the genan i and thought thpubtk \' ;! victor} m .. tank i %  Ii as murh %  FOOtmarl return lo Jamaica I i when the Jester ll tnothei Uerrymark iwu with • % %  era 1 Btato He I owned In J U flrai majo. successful purehsuM Of his ownei Mi S W III.Hike. who has already boufhl %  few %  in the ca M of 1 an %  ever, It would lie unwl how good he i u the start wa,i bad on.w/ruch ha got the bm of. and moat of tin olds out here were of! colour Koai notal le ol eat V a clam afb half furloni Croai Roads Cup, and it ajao inada it the la^t l ii ajoi ovanl In the South Carib i i>oon to !• won by lha P r efen of or'" rew horaai could navei fought ii ore %  1 the Bniah and In •• ihat with %  tank O'Ncil who rode Atomic 11 •ftei the race, ht leld me thdt ha thought thai the lug Imrsr was still recline his leg ,i bll and th. \ explained why he was lieaniu -lightly on ElizalH'lhan Holder on Elu.ii.ein,in told me indid not think this interfere*. with lha n i*i ehaneea of winning it w.u. In tad the bast firdsri (Of the ei.tne day. What's on Today S S lijNcusnr arrives from In. I md i .ini l'. M l,,.|... Advocate % Photo Exhibition at ii.nh.ul... Museum Mrrllm SI 1 'hunus Vealr> 1 00 p m Sale of "Sheldon.' t'ppcr Bay Street. Mrsars t'ottlr t alford A, Co '! 00 p m Policr Hand Concert at the Leper Aaylum 400 pm liarryl P. Zanuck's "No Way Out" al Empire Theatre. H 30 pm Tlouse o( Hi iii.i. and Mummy s (ihoat" at Olobe Theatre. 8 30 p m Samuel tioadwyn'a "Our Ver> Own' al Bridietown Plssa. H 10 p m STOCK-TAKING j Mlllll. m — f We wish to inloim ou:H Customeia and the qon-B leral public thai out rVntvH JDept. will be closed for j| STOCK-TAKING | t bom 27th -30th Decent-jB ber inclusive, all other H m yssj Dopartmenls wilt be openaj* (Has usual. '^ WT %  % %  I • -' %  COURTESY v GARAGE r | II..I1.-11 'I'IIIIUI. § -,While Pfk Rod I For pretty Dresses any time the new NAMRIT A TOOTAI. FABRIC in Flnral Desiun. suilahlr I.H .1". r iiflcrnotm 3" WMe rr v.i. $169 WHITE NOVELTY CREPE Suitable for Sjnurt Frocks or Orenses 36" Wide Per Yd. $2.66 lave Shepherd & Co 10, 11. 12 a, 13 Broad Street gJilgSillaleM*SW'iWWWtinfJ £Mtr*& WE WISH Our Cuatomers and Friends iei A PROSPEROUS t NEW J&R BREAD %  npreaslva %  when Ato ul Elisabethai ;.---. •.,... W**eu ell, hu I badlj oil %  tory "" : u hrirelj i eed i on the poat, I • take the I h \ Cup ami %  Uli tretch ii.it lie with honours were almost euu.ill' I %  ethan allpI on the Anal I was at ihwi preciaa moment thai Atuniie ii drew leva! w.iii her Whiiu-vin might have bean tht The Wrather TODAV: 'tin Kiaea: 113 in >uu Hetai r> upm Moon (Laii Qaarlar] January I Lmitmr: Ii 00 p m Until Water .u am: 6.23 p.m. VfcSTEKDAY: Kalnfall (Codrlngtoii) NU Total for Month to Vesterdaj: 3 41 Ina Temperature iMax %  tl.it V l.iiilierjliire iMiin ; LS Wind Urn(9 am) E N.E (3 p in > I N I Wind faaVacMr, II mil.per hour. naroaaeler M fit, ^Marine Viottl A 5Ve Orche"*trii COSTUME PRIZES DOOK PRIZES Rocket Firing st Midnight Dinner & Dance S5.00 — Dance S2.IHI • Telephone 35I3 Mr Peterson for Reservation IS THE BEST BAKED BREAD That's Why it is enjoyed by Everybody. YEAR T. HERBERT LTD. iiiBfnnnwr*n^ff5%%5*',\^'/'v m I I %  GREETINGS % ft H/. 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PAGE TWO F LOWER have until Ma and orchKr KIOWCT: ifth, 1MI lo Bel their exhibits ready for a Rower show which the Horticultural Society are h^vini on thai date at Uueen .Park. lViWri..'Venezuela and bis. wife Mcvu6 CaUbu} rchiff KIOWFT> —' M i r*W:U_ Al)\< kTI TiiiR-jm in ( I.IH:R :* iso ARTIE'S HEADLINE -(Ufeii u tutn. nrSf mlda %  bewilrt.r%  Is a school teacher at Uic school in CsMaam Tl Chief*. Son W HEN at the > ear's end. Lord aayiruj McGowmn leave* the chair,,v h,s Ban m> Of Imperial Chemical lnoustiM* hu family's active aasnri ation with the business will end Tor neither of hi> aoru work< with *"**** %  Nyaaal the company, of Afi But one of them, the Hon. William McCowan, now an Insurant i broker, can fairly claim that he owes his life to I.C.I. After beln fc bedly anuubeO up ughtina in the Middle East. h. became the :;i %  Allied soldier to be treated with peucUnn. At that time It I. had almost completed experiment* with th. new dru fc It was decided to make the supreme practical test on the chairman's gravely wounded son A supply was flown out to Africa, and for days the drug was applied. Bill McGowan recovered, and penicillin had arrived at the war'* Rreatcst lile-saver. With T.L.L. A RRIVING on Christmas Lav from Trinidad to spend a holiday with his parents waa Mr. John Lenagan. son of Major and Mrs Denis Lenagan of "Don Zoyla". Rockley John ia with Trinidad LeaaeholiH Ltd.. in Polnte a Pierre Footballer and Cricketer A T praitnt holidaying here is Mr. Itogcr Ulackman. Itarbndian Intercolonial footballer unit cricketer who Is at present livin;; in Trinidad. Roger has been in Truildad tut several years but still r-omes over periodically for a holiday. His wife and two cbUdroi accompanied him. Mr. Blarkman is ihe son of Mi and Mrs. II. D Blackman of Chi 1st Church. Annual Dinner 'T'HI. members of No. 6 Club of Eventually Tk*K JUSTICE MANNING h< LWM * j. Judge at the V.ctona Law Courts. B.G ami U now laSt Vincent, is now holi!"!" d i Barbados accompanied Mr. Jiuticv Manning has seen abroad in many parta of the Br,-i--i t;-. ,..,,, li.cTu'dli^Moin "'-"id and other part.*. ..-'II as Palestine He has paid several visits to Barbados and eventually hopes to retire here. They are staying at Cacrobnnk Sugar and Oil jyflK BARRY FISHER, Carom ***• Ltd's., Accountant who wi^ holidaying at Cacrabank, has nturnexl to Trinidad. Mr Petor Thurston who was also holidaying here s '"'-•turned to Trinidad where he is an Engineer with Tranidad Leasehold.'. Ltd ,,\ Polnte a Pierre. Barbadians Come Home Children* Party H IV.H SCOTLAND of Trinidad. Secretary of the 77 Cultural and Social Club. arranged a ruts Party for 200 coloured • hildren in Londosv He secured services of some European ..d coloured artistes In London to entertain the children "This always : Dual highlight* of oi i lulrs .t.ti\ities" Bewildered Calypsonian L om> KITCHENER. King Cai> psonlans. jved ton iniinv invtta turns "to sing calvpeo* < festive seaaon In ataftli M reel headache" says Klteb "'U this -1 didn't know which to acceal and which to refuse". So he tried 1" IX' prvson' %  vorvwhnc ori Kitchener may soon become 'ubiquitous Kltch". Lialton Officer M H CHARLES MRXI. West Liaison Officer at th Colonial Office, says that he ha heen busier than ever during th paf* few week-. With the UnifteifttSBl "ii holiday, many stuksntl 'rum the Provinces have and nearly all nf hem are desirous ot seeing Charlie about one thing or the >lhrr "The pressure at the oft* it,** says Charlie, "but best to help everyone." Rootea' Agent A RRIVING on Friday noon by Trinidad an i. Jimmy Kcid and their daughtei who came over for CturiMma* Mr. lu-id ia a director Messrs. H. E. Robinson and Co. Ltd who .magents for th< Rootes Group In Pnrt-f-Spaln They are gfaylruj gl the HU' Returninn In January M RS riJJU U!IIBE and her grand-daughter Marsg Fl..i AluTOn have returned to Venezuela. Marie Flor, who is a pupil of Jie Ursuline Convent is tho Ubtei uf l); and Mn A..:.on Of Caracas. They hope to return In Barbados in January B.B.C. Radio Pr^rtaaf S KVEitAlBarbadians cajnv home for Christmas over thf weekend. Mr. Lisle Webster, who bin charge of BoviU and Skeetc'.. office in Grenada, arrived on Saturday. Mr Malby Trimmtiigham, Miss Bboila Lewi ,.,,,, eicame in on the Trinidad fllKhl on Saturday. Mr. Trlmintngham has since returned to Turn dad. Mi Robert Macdonald. though 1 "t a l'..u l„,,ii.iN .illhough he hiiM '->. 1 1 Sd for meny years here, arrived ? ew ". *"'vi^1 is Trinidad on Saturday by B W I A to spend Christmas Svith his mother. Hubert is with the Canadian Bank Of Cnmmw ei in I'ort-of-Spain. Two Trinidadians. Allan Vleira and AndreJardlne. appurcntlv f i.fci Barbudotf Trinidad hey were also on the Saturdav ing night from Trinidad. Mi the Qirls 1 Industrial Union. Thco Alleync is back in Barbados held their unnual dinner at Hotel Royal. Hastings. Christ Church, 01 Wednesday night. The guests of honour were Mr Aubrey Douglas-Smith. Dr. H. G Cummins. M.C.P.. Miss J. Ros; and Mrs. J. B. Bxoomes. Amorii' Uifw pmem wrr r Sir* O S,mmiiil*. ll- P. armmmid-. Mi A S un — n il. Mr St. SinmnMi A W mS swdi. MUr Harper, M< • T T MrI*od. M. t H M.l*jd. Mr D. Pll pirn. Mi*. I II**-. Mr C B,,-.M. snd Mr Konnnii JDIU< Mr and f" Kin*. Mr and NrP )* % %  >>, K Kiss. Mr apd M<. H the Nowcnstl returuad trotn Grenada over week-end. He will manage Estate In St. John New Administrative Secretary -yf It C A. GROSMITII. OB.E.. AT* newly appointed Adminiatiat.v.' Sectflary to the C'omptrol ler for Uovelopment and Welfanm the West Indies, last week suul L4K*odnyi to hat coUavsSuai .it th .. %  batch. ""&T' c M,r.",n-. itfcWr~it sCoIonial ofllce as he prepared to ••. M lr 0 lnU M ii-<-i.. 'lenve for his new job. It la undera*n>u : Mr E wetr. .i>d MI., a (fOoIHto which leaves England toMrs. rr.i MrH Mr A cwnbuaeksh BY THE WAY ...BY BEACHCOMBF* A MAN who grew woaiy ol the crowing of a cockerel •y night Aaed .. bit of WOO d ifcpve Its pervh When the bird r;Used i, s head to crow. „ bfuKS ii against the bit of wood, and lh crowing died on Its lipa. To stop his cockerel, crowing f?L < HL? r Slr *>'*">.s (Whom God Preserve), of Utrecht, fitted each bird with a kind of bras* umbrella-shaped hat This was suspended on delicate wi^ above the bird's heed When it began to crow, the wires conn-*ted by Uny string pulleys to toe mnvlcs 0 r lb, throat act in motion n cardboard Isver. A„ the taroat muscles contracts I this U*K released cat* on tho brass hat. which opened slowly Us* an umbrella, and rleacende-t owr the bird's head. th U s niufning the noise When the crow was over, a spring clicked back, and the hat rose and closed of Its own accord, thus freeing the bwd's head. Mv About T NTENDING visitors to next year's Festival must have been IMemttfd to read that t^inee for whom there is no accommodation In the bomb shelters m.v be housed In London's, mih,1 bsrracka: and. I suppose. n back-garden shelters i r hc •uburbs The troops could bo moved to police stations, and the potlca to the ncwci Qovegjuntat oHlces DLsplaiTd civil eould be billeted on houaelioldurs Any visitors left over might sleep m di s us ed raltwa> iaiu.i K es n. railway sidings, „ r in broke 1 bu**s, lorries. kwuiels. honhouscs, and rabbil-hutchcOnlv ,?. ,,0 PP">ti Clinstni;^ 1951 High water at London Bridge. i., .„,., 4 28 p m Size In collars. I7| Watch-key number M70 O. Wtl tk-vurrvnvv AT a 111iH.1i tht other • man in the atalls got tapjwd the conauctor shoulder, while a lady wi inn the violin He said in whisper. "Is it UM. lad, making that noise?" o< r.ot." ..1,,! the conductor n "It's her violin'' "Thank:. ly" aaid the man. .,, the theatre roaring with tor. night a up ami %  n lh,. playa loud who's course ll.d.lv nwful%  t left laugh*, / Say. Lw>k ll ?K Eur PU the Purentvs which hare rml„ 1wo pa„e . laaSSasfli 1 p.m. Life IF. BrlUln. IIS N*war**l. 1*1 mi, FUu-a J p.m Thr Nw>. 10 p m I liwm Itrnaln. I IS p m a>o1M p.m. Hlna up Uw Cim Wr l-.In .linn. p %  •• Th* Ni-. p.m. The Daiii. %  arvsee, 4 IS a % %  >. Trmplr und thr Vandyke Affair pm. The CaOwdr-t Org.i... S li'lin" Chalcr. S.1S p.n W l.i.,lS JO pt., Light Orrhvatiitl Mini (l *:. p m Mrrrhnl W^ MewaleltiS l-.rn. Australia va. f.i^u-'l a.SH pi i nf si i aaa, •*) p. rtom oi UUM ITI itiaimnr. •** pm. UilrrluSr 7 pm Ti Nrwa, 7. p.m. N*. AnalyaU>. 7 I'. W* %  >• mitain. 1*3 pB>. Brrirand .'-, B ,,m. tU..!!.. Nrwrtfl BIS iw. Think on UiMa tklnn BJO pm Ulo I" lean Man III. BJ' n London t'oimii. io p.m Tha N 10 p in rram tha tdllurl.l-. 10 IS p.m 104S pm Bpaclal T1-, .-:. I. at tha Londoner Poson't ii. i:ii a* amp. (I) 111 1" l.lil.lJ. L II BoltiUir lull lU aad III* SaUV ins BriiiHID car. it. (Tl u. old kngiion gold coin. ,*i la ^'.ri> OsekVkraa. (4| p.^ru„ l io( Bute from 17. A ioni atride lives this. (4) IS. Provea a mwtake u mid* (Si I i. ii -ii. 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THMicnw nrrrMDRR it, m BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I i. I \ New Ball Won Test For Australians M.CC Drr* 2-Day Gum. Against Ouri-n-Luiil < .... (nda "A CLOSE CALL" iKrom Our Own (tH-respondcnt) RMaeti lUh lota] k t factor in I: There WMII itt calling on f. a stage because or one or two may ha\< %  C1IK..1 As it was, M bowler with I adopted %  nwi lude In am* oroor. With l wall, ha could l %  bowttac. the Mil' u.umen taaulged in some lighlhearted hairing practice against a Queensland Country XI in a two-day mated wxi % %  r % %  %  ^ „_. l Toowoomba which en.u MLLBOl'KNK. DM 17, Ira. Mapm I stumps were drawn, UV Queen-land Count?) XI lost toi sa IUIICompton Ian at al the %  ! moon, roUowin; on jifu-i SuiipPMi ... %  pard had opened with 168 in lui minutes. and Parkhouse made !I4 tuna in 53 minutes and <•' these Compton contributed 92 bel.ire he threw away his wicket bl rannlag yarda eul t u>w-bwie Dtucry—and missing. I N tu sraia rnada In boundtluding two f Bvani receiving rurthei tous %  support irom P a ffch buaa %  E paaatva moud, Bui ley. tried lo hit W 'our otT Hourly i-vcr> ball except hen he tried to hit a si::. From 80 he leapt to 94 %  and two touts oft* medium-pate -^..^_____ bowler Hunter, und was Uier. , __„_. __ _caught id cover trying another W.I. Will i\ai IHav ht Wl H,s M mad < %  nun rr#. rTggfiTVg sT-May utcs included one six and 18 four. Warr showed a line tin: afpaOl clement of ris* %  %  a ball'. igame r the new ball -.all mm l\irkhou*e hit ver But Unuwn's an i : un* hit on" him. i back dii %  >ek uugiit belligerent .iltiIR the batlin? ituoi B i Evan*' Aih inrtnee U* k within reach %  -Mad trc%  %  ti.i'ii. Parkhoua trv timidly t i n a man|ob loo* Hut ramake %  %  Ihis match the garni arly i I IMiUMI against every* One helterskr early state wo mendoualy to Instead De Close went u sneak run*In tier which n practically imcriminations a' The one ou' Australia'* cl ••• H8SZSE "Sy'-SBS D !" Cup Tennis Ushmen have ice gone close to (% % % %  —^i.— vlclorv. ThU Ume without Comp" om '*" w < %  "-"••"•' ton. Our Austi %  %  -have i'OllT-OF SPAIN. Trinidad complacently. I think, chofen^the The West Indies have failed when Queensland baited Wright, after shaving the flumpa at least four times, finally Ut them to get rid of Philip. ,„,_. Some accurate bowling by Eric I 12 playci for the third test to galn enu-y ^ tht ie5l DuV ia Hollies backed up by Wright kept Our batting i. proval Cup Tennbi competition lor the the Queensland batsmen on tin* brittle beyon Sir Staflord Crtpps' condition has improveii l.a.r. %  i. % %  today that i^"q*" the utmoii in tomtort ond lu-ury in flight By providing (hit mot) modern, f oit. dependable Clipper on this route, PAA it contributing lothe advancement of the rapidly growing tourist oreo in ihe iilandi between Puerto Rico ond Trinidad For full information ond reiervotioni. consult your rael ogent o nafai, Secretary of the Bntish the second day and only a fighting Caribbean lawn Tennis Associiinnings by T. Allen, who contrlbtion said In Port-of-Spain last uted 85. saved them from colnight that entry was refused lapse because the Caribbean AssociaAlthough in a position to entton was not affiliated to the force the follow-on, Compton In'.oruMtlonal Lawn Tennis Federacting as captain In pluce of atioa. It WBa for .similar reaw.ni* Brown, decided that further bat tho Wei Indies were not ting practice would be more proiartasltted as a nation in 1950 liable than a victory which would Thia yearanother effort was do nothing to raise the M.CC. a MM after finalising the constock. ltitU>KMi of the B.C.L.T A in The decision ws rather unfOTUilU.' Guiana. Application was tunate for Close wh.i repeated his made to Auitralia. chamoir-, first Innings' failure ov again getDatton, and they forwarded it to ting out for a 'duck But Shepthe Msulcnt of the International pard, Parkhouse. Evans. HaiU %  > Lawn Tennis Federation in Pans god Wright all had breery kDodU Reply came a few days ago It and the crowd went home well >t.itad that the West Indies could satisfied Wltn tbe entertainment not be admitted as the central provided. body as the British Caribbean Lawn Tennis Association was not yet afflliatcd to the Federation Mr Nothnagel said that the Association has since made application to the Federation for affiliation lennte Results THE tennis To dau,. Barbados, Jamaica. British Guiana. St. Vincent, and British Honduras have a controlling body. Trinidad is on the verge of having one. AH these ., %  octaUOOl at* not affiliated to the Caribbean body This has been Ihe set-back facing the West Indies, and until this overcome affiliation to the F.ederlleni, lion may not be gained. results of vi..tci.la> the Yacht Club are* Mixed Doublet, Mr R. S. Bancroft and Mr P. Mc G. Patterson beat Miss I Lenngan and Mr G H Manning 8—. 6—1 To-day'.' Fixture* Mi M.I Double* (Aeml-FinaU) Mrs R, S Bancroft ami Mr P Mc G Patlersen VI Ufa 0 and Mr E A Benin. 2nd IH\. I'riekrft: 4 Outright Victories Scored CAftLTQM, CaOtral, Regiment and Empire scored Second DIVI%  BOB encke* vie* -rles >v-r Pickwick. Lodge. Leeward and Foundation reapectlvely when their matches ended on Saturn lege got three points from Combrrmere College scored 105 and 24 for 1 and Conibermen 3^ Mid 14< Central. RegimCarltaa m n aftei Pfcrlni pug up .i *<*' ihoai ai ''" innings Caruen * -red 37 and 811 whil. Plcatwiek aeorad IB and 80 In PksLwtati'i laeODd tanlnm L Foster scored Z1 and A M Mr 14 W QraaBi .; Pickwick wicketa for 37 runs i H ( v . for \2. scored 95, and for two .wickets 3. while Uxtue vred 148 and 30 C E Hindi, cap%  Lodaani seco n d tonlaai wickets for 10 runs and R D. Austin I fr 12 run* In Central second innings A Ni-hi Is scored 4 not out. rad 2K and : and Km pi re 121 and for 4 wickets I S RuddM I Kouiulation %  acood innings icket.for two runs. Regiment .-cored 132 for 8 declared Mnd J for 8 declared and Leeward 40 and 131 Foilowttuj are uia details; I'KKWKK %s CABLTON Fkkwick 18 >nd Re far I ton 37 end 88 PKfcwlck'l tad innings, L Foster rs. A M. MC Kengla 2i. mis 11 For Carl ton W Oraanidga look 3 for 37 and H. I'ox 3 lot u CENTRAL VS. I i HH .1 Central 93 and for t wkt* tl Lodxe 148 -tnd 3* C. E Hinds took 3 U-due 2nd Innings wickets for 10 runs. R U Austin 3 for 12 Central 2nd Ini'int*.' A Nichols 48 not out. C Shepherd 19 and R. D. AuMin 13 not out FOUNDATION va. F.MPIKK Foundatlan IB and lh Kinpir.Itl ind (sr 4 wkBi deeld. 38 K Rudder look 7 Foundation 2nd innings wickets for 2 iun KFCSIMFNT vs. I I I \\ \Ki> I!.%  un. in 132 for 8 deeld and 98 for I Becld. Leeward 48 and 31 Regiment 2nd innings Phillips 18, Ishmael 16. Brathwajte 18, Edwards 10. Leeward 2nd Innings K Jordan 38. J Webster 23. J Clarke took 6 for 29. I OMRKKMKKK v% COI.I.Hil lombermere . 35 and 140 i % %  !(. %  . 10.1 and for I ulrket 24 Flying Saucers At Cricket A FRIENDLY game of cricket was played on Tuesday al Henley's Cricket Grounds, between Flying BaucBH Touring Team 8i Union Globe C.C.. Flying Saucer's Touring Team won the toss and elected to bat on a good wicket and scored 141 for 7 wickets; the chief scores were Denny 58 retired; Hinds 22; Norvillc 16 Results OfT.T.C \ mus Meeting FABIMITCEI AND FORH \->l l-Kl/is WIKI \~ F4MXOWS:— m n*lk. *t as %  \-J> a— u ..irhnai" si; •* PDI*CMI tt.siiM I'IIKIM ifSnsii. %  11 u %  Uia UN • 1 M Top rill % %  • 1 •• rir PIO*I io.m>i' r**^i i 1 "1 1 N %  _* 1 • I M Tr>r lrr' 11 •l.alr'.r.lrd• IN • *• i SS II -i\m \* > i.... OsM Al..".-U •• 7 a .. 11un 4ii> • %  t irva.l *M M -i •. i MM itir 1 N . | AII n-i>. Hll.1 .A JOMDh. %  : M-rti ar* iVvonrti • I %  1 OS MIKIIIV Track At T.'I.C. M.. I %  %  f Trtnida.l awax %  Uw Adveeale that the track in Pnrt-of-Spain %  .MI the night I. in atoat i lac remainesl a M 11 lhn>ughout the day. No Barbasliai. vrtaa, t-m Aaoaak u which was %  %  CUD In that traiaed by Hon V C Ol second It was imposible to reeognlH %  era eaaai arad la mud W\tfST\0H? High Prioos O ffend For Horst't* L0MD0M Fabulous sums of dollars were i I.timed to have been offered to .he British Show Jumping teaMr their horses ooa thoroughbred and two half-breeds following their successful tour of the United States and Canada. nutof the riders, Lt.-Colonel Harr> Llewellyn, said he had one offer of $28,000 for his thoroughbred Foxhunter. "Another would-be purchase! said, "the sky is the limit for vour horse." but I have no lnten tlon n' selling." Llewellyn declared The youngest of ttie Hntii-h team. 21-year-old Peter Hobeson. am that he had been enrad $11,940 for his mare Cravai A She is half corthor>e and half thoroughbred and was worth about $112 five years ago. until we found she could jump" Farmer Wilfred White, who owns eifht-year-old Ntzefela. told the same story "I originally bought him for COUGHING!~ IS DANGEROUS %  I'm ssr oatMJi msrtsni Ttmt ^ V 1 1 TT r "—;*""!, •••Iseon'' VENOS COUGH MIXTURE Tracts tt ro* from Scot I arid THE FAMOUS GROUSE BRAND WHISKY $324. the first t ihe *how ring had heni a plow he went into Before that he hoi % % %  —IN S. Wife Of Dead Gunman Freed Without Bail NEW YORK. Dec 23. Mrs, Carmen Torreaola. widow of Grtscllo Torres.)!.!, Puerto Rican gunman, killed in the attempt on President Truman's life un November 1, was freed without iml yesterday. She had been held for 50 dayon a $50,000 bail, and then on $2,000 as a suspected member of a conspiracy against the President United States Commissioner Edward MacDonald, released her ut the end of a two-day hearing in the Federal court on the charge tnat ihe and thice oUMf Puerto Kirns had been partial to UM iisfcnssination plot. —Renter tt'hcn*er |inful itonui.l! suck isvo Renmcs, one after ihe other The Mend PttW because it'a tpcvislK uued for fsst aCOOB \litr carry a few Rcnnie. (lIifsAwrapped tensratrlv^ m yOUf pocVc or nandhag. Then v % %  oan n four meal* wuhoin ) %  .< %  the •onvquriHXt If lUnnwi ikn r Wlp you, it' time too (fCi Rcnmei %  OICKTIf ^y .I.e.. BENNIES NO SltH'V \(. UATFR .. MATTHEW GLOAG CV SON. PFQ'M SCOTLAN:' S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO., LTD.-Agents How he. ttvUue* on 'KEPLER'/ On the go all day and growing, tee; aai wuoder cbildren orrd extra nouruhsaeet. Give them Kepler sod see bow they thrive and gain weight—it ia rich is the vitaoiisu their growing bodin need. Ita malty-sweet flavour is so pleasant too. Advl?* will had 'Kepler' a real strrngtheoer in ceavaleaoeaoa. TO TH* SPOOtfVL hll'IIH C$8 LIVII OIL WITH HALT ElliaCl ft SUUOUOM1 W1U.COMI I COW •ate Ana* 'U*.*., '• .. i. U -a I BWAMOUOH WOHIO AIRWAYS PAA <57 Prosperous Sftfew ^Year IS OUR SINCERE WISH To all our CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS. YOU'RE SURE TO LIKI Maralyn More Nourishment lor your money ^^QUAKER OATS Qu l %  Oaci -ippiic acirva peopla -sylfh kc] food BtiamJall needed MM vibraM aoergy UHJ real endurance. Qoaki i Oan off ri ihaaa LMportaiH bsrnatts all in ope dcllcloai, nuirnum* \ ,.i ... Quaker Oau all iba put then by Modtar Naturc in flli'i Nature i way to glow* Ian l baaltl g kei Ntti i"i b lataaat etarj ,i.ii to rn rj roH tkrouga with vigor. uui aneraej MOT COLD Maralyn U a one bed-lime dnnk sad help* you to deep soundly And nothing could be nicer. . 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Friday ll.i. inb.i 2 IN.SU Bmrbains lliurxate A torn Bom b Won Id Split East— West Says Archbishop Of York NEW YORK, Dec 29 JJR CYRIL v5ARB2TT, Archbishop of York, second ranking Anglican leader, said to day that the use of the atomic bomb in Korea "would never be forgotten or forgiven and would result in an irreparable breach between East and West He wrote In a pastoral letter: "Use of the atomL bomb could only be justified as a final attempt to save Western civilisation from catastrophic ruin by unprovoked agpression '' DrclHNnR < OMIMI II I V III II > r Rritain Ma\ Soon Name Ambassador TO SPAIN LONDON, Dei 2H Britain n o askc Spi -igreemen: lo the appointment ol a new Amfaaasad .r t.* Madrn' usually well inlo.me.1 quarter* ii London believed 10-dav whether Spain's •'B" • i i had %  •-> %  •ougnt, me foreign Office spokcimi:.n rc1>IH',I II %  ,,,, •Dtnmcnl Id tod :i,.,i n %  r ewi at the *j>polotincnl of a British Ambmmlithin a lew day-*. %  >. %  %  %  %  \ bassador lo Argentina Sii %  Charge d'AITair-R'utT PoHoe Drvdge River For Coronation Sloile LONDON ii M Police ihe River Crouch in K.vaex to-day In their hunt for the Coronation BK Itolen from We Abbey on Chrlatmai Daj During the night iwlice patrolli L f nki foil* n og one call that .1 "heavj bui -rn trarov LWrS-tl fri. A nibs) ..iH thi bundle had been durn|Mtl into the river. Police suspect it IVM ihe 1.100 year-old stnnr utsJMM [cure a ROCKI undeiYtentMna wH I "in.1 Dr iJnrbeit WfOtt T very thought of the po*siblllt> it war with this patient long %  uOtrtaf, people is hateful "The use of the atomic bom,> against their cities, would outrage Ihe conscience of our nation" 11,1..lied for .mother attemp' at the earliest possible moment nd at the highest level", to reach agreement with IllWlto %  lUiuul %  are could be no peace in the world Referring to Cotnmuniim. he wrote, "in many European countries, a widespread mood of dtspairing fatalism is destroying th. will to resist. "Unless there is a dcr. viction that Marxian Communism h to evil that it must be resisted at all coats, the atmosphere of :'ustr.ition will spread." lirlton-. were prepared there was the grim probability that they might share <>f Eastern Germany. Poland and Czechoslovakia "The Church must oppose vigorously, this materialistic form of Communism," he wrote —Reuter Two Chinese Prepare For BaWe On 38th Parallel Brazil Communists Plan Action Jan. 3 RIO DE JANBIRO, t> [1 lg MI %  .1 ill.,; Conu BrUm ..-.. tat ion throughout the country following iroublc which broke out hut week when more thnn I .<)(> were arrested. n Communist Leader Lola Preatssj said thai ftrtkte, political '.eelngs. distribution ol %  Ubvai ind posting propaganda bills were Oeing plan. ned for January 3 police ho*' said to be taking necessary step' lo prevent Communist action. —Reuter. U.S. Tells Italy to Go Ahead With Plans WASHINGTON. DM J8 The United States i, report, 1 to have told Ihe Italian Oovtn mem to "go ahead" immediately wifh plans for manufirturlnr. arms worth about S400.000.000. next year. An official said thai the StallDepartment had assured Italy informally, that financial aid would be forthcoming in the European rearmament programme to help ihem. The amount of dollar aid, was emphasised, would depend Ihe Italians own production effort. The Italian plan called for the turning out of rilles. mortal machine nuns, transport vehicle cargo lorries and large quantities. of ammunition, it wi| reported —Renter Audience In Panic HAIFA. Dec. 28 A first night theatre audience listening lo the forsicnn-born singer Tlno Rossi panicked tonight as a tear gal lw>mh was thrown among them They were made to leave the kgJJ Baton Ufg performaneo bega a Cornmisfl %  putsida the theatre raid: Boycott T He collibbnrted with the Nazis.' UM miciotha people wal Into the Arnion theatre and said: "You know I have ilwsjy bow with yotT Thsg ehtffM Ha il lo i:ive a seriw of performance?, IT. Israel and then JI to Franco to make two Bin —ReUler. Egypt Prejxtring for Next War CAIRO. • Fearing thai the Middle Ba kvill heeome one of ihe battlefields in %  now world war. Egypt making elaborate civil defend preparations. Experience gained in the aacoin world war is to be used In fetuin .11' protection against both old %  !* new rjBOthods M Vlfiiri Egyptian inissKins in the United States %  ire studying the late-' methods of civil defence lneJudii.| protect i % %  against the atom bom'' A Civil iiefetice department is being created with the approval of the Council of Ministers —<* r MOTOR OAI I i Orswiasu stead OhfM Motor Car Burnt Out I Wlsgln wood-worii m Cpl Hurd %  Cioodmi.n. Ofj net ex!ingui.-hed ihe I rilde of ti > Mlad with .1 %  dragged i wide open Fish Price Control Likely In I .A. I.DM I %  %  creating iu that ihe i %  ti ... It was learned on Thurvin> %  %  when mi,' Rao and in ma %  I P Britain \\ ill Scrap Old Kail Motors tea 28. Briton* n MN liHiniie locomotives dai pussengei 1912 wllh shutoff ooraparl i which must ba entered ridor. Under inj IIII.I %  % %  ...-. frj • nil %  %  i %  i of ultraraodei i curs But tin gotten. Etellroad ofAglaUi expeel %  i engine \ ML Then %  i old faithfuls histle ot %  team iv. Canadian Troops Will Return home "I TAW \ 345 man an. will rtturn home probably tnthin .. monlh •n Press news n.v D Inner ilmm thai 10.000 of It! DPI should go lo K..I..1. II rlramhr uay lr Hie f..i. I mhno ihe agency added I TOKYO, Dec. 28. \ J-i I rnCD (,ENERAL MAC-ARTHUR'S Intel\i K ctite Staff ''"' ' estimated today tnat the Chinese could throw 1.10,000 men against the Eighth Army, cov.-nn the South Korean capital of Seoul, between New Year's Day and January 10. Limited attacks in lesRer strength could be launched "at any time", the Intelligence officers added. The Chinese could reinforce this strength in the west by between 100.000 and 150.000 troops released by the United NatioiiR evacuation of the northeast coast. OM Ul THAT < AMI: • i HI i 0 A DarbfMUafi poom had .:. %  n.. i % %  I 11 :>:\ litdr. %  I %  licthan nnlnsj the Oov i a, i %  Kli/aITtd to have the racl in hsnd • big sliong lavj and (oiKod ahead to pagi Ihg winning %  EUtabeti ID imIshlDfl %  acond In his dream | l iiut he did rcmeml>ei %  %  ravai kahl) %  iiuulUng Ins Trinidad ratebook the foilov nut morning, ha I -\tnmir lid ba WtMriBf a red B0 with no uel.i pinning his faith in nil hi i>t 82 no Mnl t.' ... II %  gW ill th t Atonic H ElizaTo-day his dream i i hg Ii richer bj %  %  r %  %  in. adnum-.ti. ii.i.... in batti.li.. lhara i %  %  %  Lltl Ul. ticst year The bulk ol %  %  %  i.. %  10 If" in %  higher than i 1 .. %  |g I %  qii. %  Ani.v "oie ol .IKC Mi' ; %  %  IgO — Itrutri j |Cr I .S. To Listen To IN'ipino N %  i %  nod Nl Unit* ; %  %  . i t hni for NCtllcnient ol all Fai I %  at t kttooj ua tint'iii\ i . Korei %  ii .. iu.iit.li> gnoefcoul inea the Chlm nunlMj sent their hOCOV Ul %  lUon of the i" gjni the US % %  rmaaoi thai it %  nosa |l oppoaltlon %  r.'Si" %  . imiid brli i mpllod • %  owes .. rori Lha > : ,.i. (wo week igo eopie In tha ramptuoi banqueting hall of the Quiri...i Palace Chosen from the Ron*, they arrived I it e red ihe pfi v the main gate anil mounted the staircase 0 to be received by Oil I and Smnoia Einaudi. —nrulrr EVA CHANGES HER MIND (>t rniaii Bishop Cftlls For l_ ifil\ Talks : Ilisho) 000 too Qerman Pro I ban !o-rught that h. %  i ti lalfci with %  %  ould open ita home in Berlin fnr two preitto Grotewohl from Ea Konrad Adenauer ti i it would iifii i %  -Ml make i it any time for this purpose and rjuraia all effnrts to gain whli u is so tervantlj .I. irsjd t>| all of ua," BL'I. %  n P .. i ition of tic to pul %  %  t < . Ihe SAW —Keltic HUH 4'HIIIST.HAK SHOIMMM. mm fff^ P f %  KT" M HT ^ vafrinlLfl -SB^^* % "^ %  ssLJ — ^W'? ^m :. -VI Gen. Motors Huild Car Of Tin* Fulun DaTTROrr Di A lot of (titui %  %  %  Dull) b] %  P .nil-. : tyling the car, lg a lot %  njfMWi ..i Dll i % %  !.. %  i i. in . %  . %  [ranui %  '. iDji undei Qoveronu i i %  I : %  t| it Adanauai I — Itrntrt future, onl • ti %  i %  I...' %  will I ,. i. llowered H IU %  Il Will (HI nut Inject lo | pei %  rn %  ., %  thi Cpl EARTHQUAKE ST. KITTS IN In0*n Crirr. r> % %  ST. KITTS. Dec. 2B, •.•re severe eaitiiquak*%  1, 2 P.M. yesterday %  > No damaRv lad ba st Kitti but uteri %  tciKirts from Nevis thai Idlngi hu\c been dammi ntl "f Chwrlettown Icf* v|..nt in !•• oper Into Reds Denounce UA Foreign Poiic} itiv yoMX %  he Unlh %  •' %  %  IhrM pul I I .1 '\ t %  lllllllll"! nlghl %  %  llman ind ona ol QH %  %  i %  i...i lad Niu" n, i i %  ouUi i %  %  I %  % frofi %  \ .ik St.il. |rb 0UI %  tloti "ill meel in K>alr, ISritish Warships Visit UA llase HAVANA, i* M .. I: %  c ii.. infoi 'i i H i i >• ai Quantanai on .ho..i,.i. H superb \\ %  -nd the Hakiw] lag n iiiarriw —Krvlri Time-Bonib Killer ippeab Si'Hit'irnOUBBD n. I %  .-I, watchmaker ., bomb 1 monliH %  ^•' ItII %  i MM %  i.i..: %  %  %  i murderln Kmti 38,323 U.S. Casualties \\ UMNO ION ii.-. T. .\niii>uii-.il I mini State %  J-.II. In,.. In tbr korrj war IMC to 3*.M\ b> mid tiUlii Itrremhrr II .HI itirrr..r ol IJM "MI Hte i>rni..iirrk Ol UtfSM . 1 I tft .1. '.HiI'lir l, i-ni i Ii. ii.itlmrnl reteaalag UM Bgoraa !• iaj aii Utal UMJ rarati lantedl BJJU] UM imllln .II.IIIX xnl II IK* I l>l kill 1' <-11 t a I Froiirli Evaouale llinlili. II Oulposl SAIGON l/nhi i %  .. %  i he Tonhll thi B rthlleu i in nlning up with .. llel ei ... |p then, 1 %  %  harp and hghl with \ %  ni n i iiM. %  %  with great!* Mtti n morning i probable %  ..... believe that Kun : an) k %  I • I %  i ...ill. of : ... ee fronl 11 lolll I,,, I „ The ill) 48 U.N. PLANES SHOT DOWN REDS CLAIM LONDON Dai K .laiim-d | %  %  •ft, 1 1. .... lotad ir i id thi People' | i ompteti \j %  14 an an i ... Allied held M II —K ruler. %  %  he ] %  ratullg %  %  %  Ui town ..f Kunin.. %  .iy Th%  AST Fore, || i hulldlngi .' N l ti r.echoslovak army i IN CZECH ARM) hatea n The ntfgulalM I ... of irmv %  %  %  %  bin strength" to ei %  and to st'. %  %  violating %  %  ... %  i pg Commui The raculatloni g.v.avory trmy th>? fa : %  (.%  rtori wtti y olhe* %  %  Oteaaa Laia %  I political wort In lb< army. —Ki-ntrr MEN eUmb %  Iain* in tincompany of other* anil with *pericnrcil piml.. linke.l lowether au that eavob indiviilnal i|rolrrl*<| by the skill, atreogth anal ex|nri>'i. of ihe j;ri>iip. To ptottWl tl"' liiumciiil future of Inloved ones, ilw bmil) in.. II ncr.lK ^frttuards nut unlike thoaa ol tli


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IHL'RSDAY, DCCEMBEK 2S. 1950 l:\UII \[KIS \IIMK'\TC PAl.l TIIRIF CHINA THE COLOSSUS-A WORLD POWER IN THE MAKING Leader Mao Tse-tung has five big problems on his mind g Braaiaa ftHKli Trsop ifriagitit ffhili lif arcs tar Red tti Matt I* aaUftas mM II LjJsiAr^\<:"g^= PHIL IPPICS j, •Ina's profnoti.Ni to the sutw i (it-eat Power arises more t *he collapse of Japan and O" v than any real IIKK-^I iT pe.ice or war polenliul kt remains a primitive, overlu I a t v d, under-developed trv which ha been lorn by ••nee 1931. But she has all btura] resources to become aossus —given 50 years of stul war with the Unite •ns before the end of the jrv would man tha IndefDIte ftonement of Moo Tse-tunK'i K-lcrm development proBy ROBERT JESSEL ifranune to convert China from being a junior partner in the Communist alliance into an equal partner with Russia and even Hie dominant Power in Asia Mao has five big ptoti his mind: — 1 With 4.000 miles of coastline, China has no adequate navj to defend her vital sea I lit* Canton, Foochow, Shanghai. Tsing-lao, Tientsin, and I).n —and so reap the fruits of any future victories In Indo-Chma, Siani, Malaya, Burma, and even India. 2 China's land links with Russia (via the Trans-Siberian railway) and Indo-Oi: Inadequate for major Ira easily vulnerable to .,. %  Inside China, (here are fewer than 8.000 miles of railway track. equally vulnerable. China has PU air defence of her own. I Her main workshop awl arsenal area, in Manchuria, la an easy laruel for enemy bombers. i .. must look to forelfn countrie* for technical help to nevelop her mineral and industrial resources It is tmprobabi. that Russia could provide this help or th;,i KM nuld want to put Soviet techmiians in Ke| positions throughout China. 1 Mao iiiipes tlia: the whole of South-East Asia will fall into Reds hands within the next ten years WITHOUT open, fsnaraj war. He wants to be in a position to transport and use Us petroleum, rubber, sugar, aluinn mm. rn.nnani'.p. .in,I irr-i j,he could buy* over SOU t-Kii! buttles from a district %  nut 25 residents. Those are I renta dozen. s iusl i iff ore and lhat the bottle ll best. a) tald that women of her 1 dial more in three-gill botBecause B.B.C. and coca-colu •> trc usually returned by %  ink sellers to the makers of IAO drinks. Fenders Damaged American Column Our of the rear fenders of the caw X.S22 was damaged yesterday morning at about 10 45 when It became involved m an acclaent with the van M 594 along Lower Bay Street. The ear i-, the property of Dear's Garage while the van which u owned, by Goddar.l & Sons, was being driven by A Hewitt The car was being drivm by Arthur Chase. Where Is All The Scotch? Front \ > < 11 IU^.IMMONWBALTH BEAT {GAL GOVERNOR'S XI ALCUTTA, India. LKc 28 m Commonwealth i .Mfete ( i the West Bengal sft^or's XI here to-day by v i, f Investigation Scotland Yard adjourn ed n dime detection class it> %  %  i n Tiielad the ta a drugstore and arrest. ad "Mad Dog" OstB Wright gumn in and OtW of (he i-iuntiv' %  ii. at srantad cfliDinala. IBM rtlSlNESS: nnly twool I newspaper critic' Bl b show. %  Let's Make an Openi *' H ill ol the Noaa oblact to "'-• spukei i o bai half dislike tN miM.ui pail ,i. unanimous on t' ,'iirewcll concaft of Sir Thomas Beechain and the Royal Philha'munic Onhcstra Their verdict "Superb THIS EGG IS A MENACE TO CHICKS Season I Greeting* Stuart & Sampson ltd. Lxtrnd to all the Com %  JhBJSjgSsj of Ihe Season and hV-t Wiahf. for 1951 v V 11 k*. i.iii wi* rut. c*p< Bum t>*m Putirhai ta OraiOnU.1 l.tSS Urn' Ml. Cpi 11. rJvuf. Dam ChiHtvljal • ii. i. rapt ttoam. Sram Liverpool ^rt-mnf* Philip H DavtdMci. ft fc-r,. s', C.pi S*lv ft~m imt-.ai Oiilana II I Vt I I i %  .. Gk>rl> Ii. Cat* Oiynn. for Si Brl M ; I'Mli.. M.r. '* <..i %  %  Ctpl UfQulUin, tot SI LwM Pllcnm. 3M1 tornoi. CP as OtB'.iatiMi TUMI | Ha-.th.rf1 i .• v v n.fi...i 4 %  ,„, I ll'-nada _ %  1ni.T^. s. •*) i T-.ni.lart f I* La-lv R,.hi r US) H I.Urte nL CapI. CM. 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I'AOE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATK nUUDAl [ %  HI.MBE B to. IMP NO MORE FOR EXTRA TOUGHNESS 4 MILEAGE DITNSiOP ROADSTER Hub It on CHEST Put it in the NOSE M.Tiiht>lluin Balm Mops Cold* almoai ..1..IK. ftit' l*Yntrn>l B tum Up the No-e ..nd KUB IT ON the throat snd t"De. \ M-UO as you begin to inhati tha .oolmg 'MwiUuiUium* %spoura. our hci J lum to dew and daffy now anJ heat psmar* open up to that you can l i.-ii• freely again. Quick get a jar or nn of' Mcntholatum' to-day. She ,dys will we plc.i . be vary careful as it s trinket sol and the one she s*nt last year got broke 1'irulii'i Exorvs* Senier MENTHOLATUM You Ought To Know About This Little Red Book For Red Bandits I rank Owen sizes up I litgiirrrillu StriimjlV lit ii.is 14 ii bi'hiiid him In i1Iala*u approach, though not in this eonrcrted drive with troops, po Number Two manual, the grim agrirultural, social, and 'ubject of execution*. *i"l .services. Other captured "gen" tells Incl lentally. this "bandit" wa. %  vou about these. Death la the s <-<**tK us all of £40.000 a daj., penalty for desertion, spying, suri Pa r friends of the "Friends of thv 1 render, rape, or robbery (that is, Soviet Union unauthorised, private robbery) Hul regular troops and rcgulai offender* are also flogged with police, are not made for Ughtin %  I rattan cane, tied to a pole for guerrilla troops, which Is what, I five houra in the blazing sun, then !" PJt. h s ** ''audits are. made to do a day's work rh '" '" only one way t.. beai Few desert. Fewer surrender l-anmla. or guerrilla* -be hetto Don't Ul ui kid ourselves. Lei us bandits, or guerrillas know our enemv. Who is he? Deep ' the heart of UM Firsr. the trained, resolute, fan*• n bah-lleiaj ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROS. A Mid, Only ly r/ MwitAa/atlMI Co. L 10.. (fit. 1109) Sliut*. Ittlind. Oluccn Scots ..tic Communist, sometimes indoctrinated here in Malaya, enme. times smuggled from China. .SVrond. the sincere but muddled ideal i M CALCUTTA, DWUNG the Prime Minister'* visit to America I,.ml.] Third, the adventurous, the Iruman that, in Malaya, Britain is holding H young men (and women too) who t <>l the tree world front line wa,,, ' uv dangerously. H,Ji :,S M :t Brito *^*troops in Malaya. Also jZSSl ASIi&St based on Malaya we have Royal Navy units and the Roval Murder . Air Force. COMMUNISTS have hammered As lony as these facts are understood, and not tust mad M these lnto a 'ormidable list Make no mistake Yo %  nndit About £3 Mad Mass CcJeant. .iif... ma-. Colonel who comii S!:" ng n !" "..,,, ,,„,. d "."; KTL !" : and wild baiMUM. A^n h^RUd, .h,,: : "JJ*" H^-SS: Thcr d.y? When no. r.h.,.„ w nurr on 1L0 Isle o[ Wifbt lh ,„ dMto .1 'rtuVi h„J, ,, <" l<" ln . "• •! %  > -m Iher. better. "• a ,*" e •"•*! h v '" drlU, weapon tnuiihu. ud woThere Is no reason el ,u i.„ a " a 'W ol "*. on "n> %  ronnda until 30 p.m —end then erst 3? =5 SB '-' "" "" us out of Burma ard let in civil ,,„„„.,; Ioca g0Ol| Wl|t> and BO All lhw hlgnlv 0 ,., an |^l miiisecure supplies, information, >0 a.llvity (ihey a'.l wear unifunds—or, at a pinch, rt.ruils. 'orm In actloii, also badges of The manual sets out ihe drill utting. or tapping, lelepll —L iv UM hvn majority u tha people— and especially ihe i.atiw pt-uplc, who are Malay, IMI 111 III .11.K 'II. .1.-11 I..IIIK' % %  Ui before and after it) ties In plaiiwliithcs terrorism by "special atrvtca ntuads" "Olil Stvli lifjlitin^" WASHINGTON, DtC 27. Oanaral J. Lawton coliiru, United State, Army > Staff maid in ait article to-day that Ameiiian war experience In Koraa must not deter the United States Hum (k-vli.ping ItM use of the -'*>'"'tf weapons bv army troops. Writing lor the Coronet magaVVhisky pmsc^s that ili-iin. %  : %  !' AIII il.iiui HIGHLAND ;,nk with ot Chlnwi m content (,, u"'"'*' _* : .iintiun JK?l| STtSnuT" !" h OP ,ine h. described progress in lo lUy. """ %  tanunii bii-ei. derailing Their lasks are laid down as inselopin* Ihese weapons The Coramuinst clatlei alnul >' !" *nd lhootlll up the wreck, eluding InnlUjence; subserlpUonj. coureglng" QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY There are Instructions slashing rubber trees, and Hun denying to the British enemy a vital dollar-earning and strategic asset. But another, overriding, top-level order *ays go this: Ihe "bandits" expect to take over the country ttMTMOlvtt loon, when thos-. rubber tire-; Shout i.e.,' extorlmJi arid blackmail: assassination. All bandits are controlled by the Communist Party of Malnya. acting on Cominform orders. If this Is not war or something knnnitesally short of It, perhaps somec of the intellectual appeasement movement will explain. The Cost THIS is Ihe abiding and ovcrull battle which General B Harding, Commander-in-Clne! it. the Far East, ind General Sir Harold Briggs. his Chief ot Antlbandit Operations, face. Qenaral Briggs did not eoma to Britain recently to ask rot more troops. He rame to ask for inm. Shortly, we anup to hair b:itB vUun powers. trlloni, and ..!. dSMUng Vrittl WhV To organise and mobilise Flag Library W< I Pah Dl The ,l : f" ". • the several separate State Gov*-ortl eiplains why Mum "Malayan people's llbera*. movement" Is about as g#|)|||nsi as the Sheflleid "Pesce" Congress. Unfortunately for u-< it i n little better organised. Kremlin-led Ogfl are to be calico by tiii right namag (II baang daai thinking), then Ihese 5.000 01 "'" ro,nP tn handy 10,000 "bandiU" arc advance guerrilla troops of the Red Army. That is, they are mobilised, trained, officered, and led under ihe diu.tion of the Kremlin. No need to argue otharwlse. Am I write I have before me a handbook on "Tactics In Guerilla Warfare (2: Attack)." It is compiled and; publlahed by the Red The Korean war. General Collins said, was "a reversion to old style lighting more comparable t.' that of our own Indian frontier days than to the modern and could not be seen a* view of a future war. i is "banditry," then lbig-int H htayba that is what Dig brother Bolshevism has become. Bui -o fai the manual m i i. deals with platnot tactics Wait for It! TRINIDAD CINEMAS AM UNCLEAN fwo Is dpbtished before Number One "t*p 'it now on attacks have been bnsld purely on the general lines of guerrilla warfare. It • % %  bavi not wrt aeqjulred the iiece*ary Vnowledge to launch maior offW Bolhevtk noaUni" Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minufes far cemen t organisation. slgtninlni, discipline Ud .ii tliis point, comrade, w PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dte 21 The maiority of Pnrt-of-Spain rlnemas have been ref used IIi operatt next year becauae ol Inaanltarj nmditinns. Di Roderick Marcano. Mediesl Office*of Health, declared that the reI ecause ol 'he "ihe ernmenls of Malaya into i raallv nlatllj Inaanltarj conditions prelice, civil administration, transport, vailing." BiB< ki i Itch and t,ih-r i itmvnu givB uiiir (f-mpOfury r-ll.l i.-uu... ihev do rn-t kill ilm germ eauw Thnew iiivi-rwy. NIKOdm kiiln ih<> germs m J mimr Kuaranii"dlom><.mi %  m>fi.el ..i In umrrk. or Onv iMrk en i PW piii-uig*. on N ijfr.il f I .111 four i lle-ml-t Nixodevtn for aTatlal T.-onblt* troubk i' Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hairs n M no npt asafapaw • %  • ft""i lOM of vigour nd nwnaooS. wMiMmn SBdbodr. n-ivouin-M. Iinpura Mood. *lcl i. akin. aaateasM, sad seei "i—p. %  *•" u AJDMICU Doctor ku dtoaytd • jukk. May w*y Bf "nd "" %  • iroubla* Tula ilintovary la IB ptoaMMt. aay'totafc* labial form, ta akaahrlarr IsafwJaaa, floai away lth gland opwallona and H brlnglDg w rouOi and vigour to (hoi, -.n.l. f( work, dirtily on (hgland, sag nrrvaa. and puM naw, nth blood and an' %  "--vn you i*n at< rouogar Vu' and full i' wn. anti |>u\ n-", rwai •fr |n rout valita In It b"i and (aai youra.lf %  •King ayaa apa/kla, yon Taal all' youlhlul vigour and pow-t lo'w "i! L.tri I'mlad l-l ckan %  varan I aa of •wUaiarilon • Iginr and % %  .-1y -nd lioi Toungar, or ou maraly ra packag" and gal your moa. Vi-Taba wjislggM Wasibssd astd VHnik f i nr moMT taal rail IO s r rn ilia ar"W —_-,iv> A ip>-nnof l Vl-Taoa mala imia, aiwl lha guaianloa prul ( %  On children's cuts, scratches and abrasions use 'DETTOV MODSRN S,n N Doi. Do s I ANII s jpnc N POISONOUS PAIM STMH The secret of a happy family is-coop HEALTH! • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE .J kthtSS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEJTN IN L.ilL^.iCr Haliborange HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  •<• b> um • HimuRrs no., loaioa Thit famou* actrSM. kmiwn all %  he Fngbah-tpeaking world Ita %  i t Bases and charm, n emu. < | aKH.l ihe Runwn. "Ill a ku li .f ssys, "and it ah i %  l I Hk* good-lookjag ihini f andihcRonMinUtnuriacanbc''' ^--— lt Pcopkr is the limelight mart hava onli Ibebni Saii.r.iil) iheychoCMca HonMir Yes, mcMhers, your good healih and thai of your children. If YOU are i iiiim uoss snd your children -ire not rohuir. perhjfis vou and tiuiilv aard oiors AaD So Mart taking Scoct's Emulsion tveiy dav s %  "i you will sec a wonderful diff, RONSON WORLD'S CRIATIIT LIOHTIR lerlul difTcrcnce in ihe /AjT •/sy you and your thil JBUk ireo look, set and feel' -^^n* Scort.l-Wala-ifcoib.ouBfci // \\\l -.-fc.p,.-..r 0 -..ll.o-. N tf( ft.-o-KiUmor. Ido-olor,,, *• s. J ^ SCOTT S EMU f HIGH ENER Your Backache mey be due to sluggish Kidney Action IS NOT to good when rou trouricd widi rbcumatic naiat. Miff, •thing muadct and loeit.. lumhaau or in unoary diiordcn JIM to ph kidney sction. nv pm up with pain and diin iort wh


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PAOF TOU* BARB MX )S ADVOTATP. IHMUT HFC rMWIt in. H.-.I. BARBADOS fr.--.-—1 i AWtXffiT f" ---1 Thursila\. Ilrremhcr 28. 1950 I.(Mill >ll I I!OIIS DURING U i di bate In the LafialaUva Council un the raaolutton to provide funds (or the eonptetion ol the St Leonard's, Schools and lha i'ine i : caution was sounded by Hon If A. Cuke, He advised 1 take sUx-k of the good methodi which had been adopted in the past. Slid out In what waj they were beneticial, and, where necessary slick to them. This raises another point which might well be adopted in dealing with the expenditure of publk fundl There should he a Finance Committee & uprising members of the I! ise of A^M-nibly to examine reaolutioni and hills which have been re" ferred to a Committee. This committee would have it in then power to co-opt any member ol the public or of any other body who could contribute anything io their investigations. This-suggestion has been made I of the obviou-s lack of scrutiny of the votes from the Traaauo to the Architect ,% I Planning OfBoer who was allowed to CMCl thee* achooL. ami houses without the supervision of the Public Works Department. The result lias now been seen. If these votes had been subjected to thorough examination by a Cominittet oi the House it would have been realised that the estimates were too low. If the votes had been subject to the practical handling of the staff of the Public Works Department it would have been seen that, judging by similar votes in the past, they would have been exhausted before the buildings were completed. The members of the House are responsible for the funds drawn from the Public Treasury. That responsibility does not. however, end there. It.is their duty to see that the results from this expenditure are the best which can be obtained under the circumstances. In the case of the Schools for which further sums must now be voted, it is not only that the funds have not been spent well but that the objects for which they have been spent have not yet been attained. Educational facilities in this island are extremely unsatisfactory. There is a shortage of teachers and all the schools are overcrowded. These new schools were to answer the public criticisms against superannuation and to satisfy thaw parents who claim that they are willing to pay but cannot get places for their children in the public schools. The money has been spent and education is still suffering from the same defects. Meanwhile public dissatisfaction increases. Close scrutiny of resolutions would be a means of preventing Uiis unsatisfactory method of spending funds and asking for rcvotes. It would, of course, cut across the recent practice of the House of allowing resolutions to be sent down from the Executive and passed the same day on which notice has been given by having rules 88 and 89 of the House suspended. The greatest Speaker the Barbados House of Assembly has ever known, the late Sir Frederick Clarke, warned the House a few months before he retired that the Rules o| the House were made for a specific purpose and that the suspension of these two Itules would lead to trouble not then envisaged by the House. It was then an inIrequent practice and used only in cases of extreme urgency. Today it is the rule rather than the exception. In the House of Commons a Committee is appointed to assist the Speaker to certify money bills, which cannot be amended b\ the Lords. In Barbados there is no necessity for ft crriillcote by the Speaker. The matter seems to settle itself. But such a Committee would not only be effective in saving time, but would ensure that public funds were handled in a more satisfac,.(iy manner This in fact, is the peculiar province of the House of Assembly. "The Red Threat In Latin Aaneriea" Bi MALI OI.M IQflOM WASHINGTON. Dec 2fl Intensified conmualsl m 'i iii Latin America is regarded today as a serious threat to thu security of the United Slates. The situation is such, in view rf th world crisis, that Secretan Of Suite Dran Achcson ha* called for %  ea n f f DCe of the foreign Ministers of ftt 2' American Republic* coastttutfnj the organization of A States. In callintc the conference id discuss further economic, pplft!cal and military co-operation. MMfton warned that the ".iggrensive policy of mtemationa 1 communism, carried out through Utat, has brought about a situation in which B* m* world ithreatened" %  lahliilhln. I l,lll< INUiM |*ia.a ..( lha worU. rotnm.)... 1'"nil BmtKj Ih* Had IIWBI %  lhr*ai lo h f i B >B hl fli •oUdanly in nt rrtala hH M" underSarrMar* at Stala Dean in hi> tall 1<-| ol Ih* rorvtm WnlaWra ml ll Am-H <* n.puhim lo (HanaM of n-.rrtins II. M-I'ilm JoitnMin, wrilr' .rtiran <* ,i l*..liua Pl* Win. I.* mi m r at National *>o n Mr •rant lor ho farta lo thr hlt*.t rltl*ntnallr and Ihl.lll..", HI Watnlnston in. ludin. %  Malm*%  paciflrallv with La* Ammraii affair* a(ha* afln-t -nr IhUWd Mla'a* Thl. —itaa palr.l. mi I and * plain. ho camrrtiini-l -CtlvHlaa H*l dan*r tor tha Unit ad %  In 'ha IUM.-.I *> %  ••*>i active cooperation of 1-itln AII.II.. .•. to rum'. progress being made b> I keep l jim Amerlrans convinced that Iheii interests %  rtth our own. Stressing the economic imporlLaUn America. Assistant Secretary of State Edward O. Miller. Jr. IT* .-hsrge of InterAnwrican Affairs, pointed out recently thai lw.*>(J purchases by the I' S will total at least S3 5 bitrth iif goods Mtller also said. 'More than one half of the valuof our Imports from Latin America consists of strategic raw materials. I-atin America provides all our requirements from abroad are generating a campaign of hale f vanadium, quebracho the United Slate*. They tor oil. ,II.I %  rooting civil unrest. Irving to fitment revolutions against notably inslablc goveinments, itililtra!",£"' 'T" 1 "J .t.Omln OUS fact of ,,ng trade unions, other' political ^nT^ r ne?, which the State DoporUuti,! is ^..lies and tho governments ** lUlly awai-e— Is 'at whflo world themselves, at lent ion '>K i on the n i l the threat All this is a %  ireo of enormous %  Ruorai the#*ot.-nti..i damage to u.s. tatarii are working cease-tests. particularly it war comes I tut America. Thf> avew ,, s vmim wafcc S " ,,hRu "'-' dm Ami rka and. in the event if there is war. the communists The ,-ase of mangai w,.r. lo prevent us from alresdy are (casting that not a 1( an exampli; ig 'IrBte^ic supplies which drop 01 "d or other strategic supnld lonceivably spell the dihVrplies will reach us from Latin .-. .1 .ind tMal America for use agulnst Russia. It Is. therefore, vitally import( I hat is the official over-nil view ant for us to maintain the friendWashington tothiy. Highest "It ii a source of more than 90 per cent, of our purchases of mice to the south wo secure from 75 to 90 pgff i iii of our imports of petroleum, beryllum, Usmuth. coppci and iodine, and from 40 to ir. per cent, of our imports of sisal tin. lead, zinc an'' i-mtallte. "In Uie future :lie importance i>t I-atin Amern strategic raw material* is more likely to increase than to decline .urce* point to specific deveiop•nts In specific Latin American untrie-t In support of thnt view. .iich can be summarized as Hows: Ph %  Communist prograi America is by no meanw, but Is a part of communism's nounced program of world iiuest through revolution. in furtherance of that pro. IT innin Latin America they "0 exploiting historical weak•sses in relatirtns with the nited States. Their influence extends far be•>nd their numerical strength and ey are now redoubling their Torts In the light of the world '.nation and the growing danger ,i third world war. SOI*, they appear to be me progress, despite the officially most LaUn .mencan governments are friend,v to the United States. Their methods are familiar, but in Latin America they a: : finding much fertile tround. wai i/uu sea. duclur. / m a newsagent, ana I olrpnn corn* the foreign papers tilth mu right arm and EiiQltsh ones with mu left In the past a large proportion of our import;of manganese ha* come from the Soviet Union Two great new deposits of this essential commodity have recently been located in Brazil Planter the active development Ol these deposits are now under consideration. ..nd eventually nrazll may become our most Important supplier of manganese" Miller stressed the Importance of Venezuele gsj a new source -if Iron ore and added: "Those facts may weU serve to dispel the notion so widely held in this country that th United States Is economically self-sufficient. How outmoded and unreal this concept is. becomes clear when one examine-the list of basle foodstuffs an' 1 raw materials from Latin America which are necessarv to sustain human life The commui usts are fully aware of Latin America's Importance, and that is why thev are working night and day to enhance their influence there, to the detriment of the U.S. < To-morrow: What the Reds Exploit) -**-**c-* -* III l PLAN FOR AFRICA M \issi Communist Party, which previAssuming these reports arc PARIS, ously has exercised strong control accurate, there now exisU a reports trom behind ever Communist activities in MorEuropean Cominfomi. an AaiaUr the irem Curtain revealed Uxlay occo. Algeria. TuniM.i, Senegal Cominform and an African Comthat the so-called "African and other key regions It also inform—all with a Joint executive ('imilnfonn" h* taken faraffects the Communist Party in body operating under direct reaching decisions aimed at Belgium, which had controlled Instructions from Moscow. overthrowing western domlnaCommunist activiUes in the BelAccording to the reports the tion of the strategic raw mate" 1,,n Congo, an imj>ortant uranium pnncipal tools for the contem,„ nU „ cn ,„ pr.uci^ !" PtaW Jg-Jjujhl J^-gJj In future. Communist leadei-sJiip whether or not thev an., allllliiled in Africa will be entrusted lo Mu with the WFTU. s cow-trainad %  fttatora, most uf ., ^iLi"j > '^ [ n m ,"'ri. U r "' whom are „at.ves of the regions AriUe from an effort to cut prohlch thev will operate. duction or strategic materials. Since November 17 three im^specially uranium, the Comlnp^SS „,S h. !" un rcpom 0 d,IM Uut funds form ,1*, h „pe, ,„ w „ bl place in the concerning Com i "• b ank, under cover of counts naUve troops such as the French of various firms of the Russian Senegalese as well as the Tunisatellite bloc. glans. Algerians and Morocc By tUM He liable Africa. The "African Comlnforn drew up Its prograr 11* 4 meeting nt Bucharest. The reports added that funds form also hopes to be for these activities are centralized force the western powers to pin r SZZSFmJZSZrLiP Cairo and dispersed in several down in Africa most of thei: Communist action ln u _„,,_ .._,,__ _J£1_ „, „.„,. na ,t u Africa. Native African Communist lenders participated. The discussions concluded Dccemrwr""""' forces. 17 with adoption or an over-oil ^ Bucharest meeting decides Vl _ programme of action for the Comthe preparatory phase should cul • lh f LommunlsM also pL„ munlst parties concerned initiate in violent aml.tn.., -...im'• ,-, oOOlT it ,ri torlcs nc. tutelage. under Eurupeu will reports concerning the Cominform" Bucharest 1949 Tho poIiUcal masterinlnds behind the Communist African larM t riv ar0 r '-P" ^ ,,l ,n >'* i Cal asserted Frv,n 'here Muslim agitators, crisis designed to disrupt one of that"the"peip.ng' meeung of the ["'"£!,' n 5?2fi ^SSi^fiH the wMtern worlds chief sources WorId Federation of Trade Unions '" f**f" !" g" republics, will nf raw materials in „!>• sheltered an Asian Com^^!a%S Commun,!,t A,MCil s^ HSH?rs: tfasgs gargs sss&. fss? JSTK Zlr rails In Afrit. *ilh the <"nmmunlsl The military attack ,„ cn a „ „ um „ou.H and active %  _i ^ i a fin. AfJT .. "" attempt will come to duct on In A; The Afrit an Tlus U|IU Ihew sol irces pointed these unions to the WFTt' Cominforin believes thi* scheme „„, sonil s i, n ilnrit) l-'lween the will multiply the dlfllculties of iviping tncating and ihe Buchar-^pWial attention is being deIhg United Nations western powm rr.eetmn voted to Nigeria, a country of 4C. era In Korea. million Inhabitants under Brltisn The Bucharest meetings took a regime. Trade unions are Leadership of Communist aclivdouble form There were public reported active there and the Itics in Africa was removed from meetings of the World Federation Nigerian Communist poliUcal the hands of the metropolitan or Trade Unions. And, in addition, leaders are heflevod to have had Communist parties. This measure there Mere the private Cominform recent contacts with Moscow. principally affects the Franco meetings con.erntng Africa. —l.N.S GENERAL "IKE" Hope Of The West > I.IIMH.I *ioi*i: WASHINGTON, DA-ight David Eisenhower, the man whu might have been President, return-; to the scene of his greatest triumph for what may be his toughest job. General of the Army Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the powerful western f< thaj crushed Nazi Germany, will return M| again as Supreme Commander of W-i.m aj| Forces. But this time he will have only a compara-, live handful ol men and airplanes — plus Uw powerful weapon of atumit supeiionty — to aag a threat greater than that posed by Adolph Miller at his peak. Eisenhower is 'barged with organizing and leading the %  ..f the North Atlantic Pad Powan to meet the Communist aggression of Soviet T.ussia and her European SatelliteIf the Kremlin should decide to move against Western Europe, General "Ike" will be called upon to stop her. It is an unenviable task, one that could have been turned down, but Eisenhower will lake the job. Like any other good soldier, he knows he is expendable. Eisenhower is believed to be the unanii.ious choice of the North Atlantic Pact Powers for Supreme Commander. He is the; one man considered most capable of welding I solid, powerful, cohesive lorce out of the \ aried and scattered elements available to him. If he is successful in his mission and builds a force strong enough to stop the Kremlin'^ masters in their plans for world conquest before they engage in further armed aggression, his already great stature wilt be immeasurably increased. He again, in 1952, would have the privilege of turning down supplicants asking him to run for President. In 1948 both parties wanted him and he refused. If he cannot create a powerful force, or if Russia strikes too soon, undeterred by American atom bomb supremacy, he could lose everything he has worked to gain in his career. The appointment of Eisenhower by President Truman may well go against the General's wishes. He repeatedly has said that he was happy as President of Columbia University, and he has expressed the desire fee be allowed to work quietly as a civilian for the good of the country, and the country's youth. In addition, less than a month ago he fulfilled a 32-year-old dream and bought a 189acre farm near Gettysburg. Pa. The farm was lo be the place where Ike and Mamie Eisenhower could retire lo the rural life and rest they so well deserve. But the farm will have to wait. So will Columbia University, and so will the politicians. The smiling, balding, blue-eyed leader of the West has always been a professional soldier and an outstanding one. He was born in Tyler. Texas. Oct. 14, 1890, and graduated from the Military Academy at West Point in 1915. Eisenhower did not get overseas in World War I, but his career has been one of the average regular army officer, except that he has moved faster than most, and has risen higher than all but a very few. In World War II he was Chief of the War Plans Division of the Army's General Staff. Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, and then Commanding General of Allied Forces in the Mediterranean and European "*\ieatres. After he left the job of Supreme Commander he was named Chief of Staff of the Army. But even after he left Eisenhower kept an office in the Pentagon, and he was in Washington as a consultant, expert and eldei statesman as much as he was at Columbia University. Now he is back in full harness. He is no longer a schoolteacher planning retirement on a farm. He is the hope of the Western World. —I.N.S. D. V. SCOTT or CO., LTD. TO DAY'S SPECIALS •I THE COLONNADE Tins ORANGE Jl'ICE Tins LAMBS TONGUES Bl*. 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The Advocate— SIR, I conic jeet to add a practical wpplamenl to my Mtss ol the I9lb In partly on your stirring Ic.idinu article two days trill I i then voiced I at the racoantuoa which the vital importance of agrieull u West Indie? is BOW ki i receiving from MVttral cannot %  cCOmpUltl anything much of the existing staff do recoRnue or *o ago I had a young man in ours marks are recorded — If imltM the rank and file of the the importance of the subject and much the same condition. 1 reearned—by the Overseer or man%  -• intere-ted and willperform the;r duty conscientiousmember speaking to him about ager. Then nt the end of an agreed ii g 1*. Then again, what about lime the commonplace but vital fact of period a bonus is awarded This I rum cORM IK oiler two simple for It, with %  full curriculum? fertilisation in the life of flowers profits the plantation or factory as ti HIat Uu> point But we do really need to make and fruits, and the wonderful well as the worker. It may be they are stale and althe item a *ucccs*. nd especially wav* m which It Is accomplished _.. ..-, „ . „ rradv recognised by wiser people, to provide the intellectual stlmu—by means of bees and other InT !" ". EM *V ,0 *' led *" e _, 5U nM uf "Nature Know lodge". We sects and birds, the wind, and so * above for the boys and girls must interest the mind as well as on. and he was astonished and apwoulci "A -0 ***•*> materially with Suppose then it pilrld to te interested. How fa: lo furnish thi f so, please have me excused The ilrsl concerns the boyi girls—especially of course the boys u-ain Uie hand Suppose then it roared to b* interested How far ^SJSS^JSf^F\ .JEM Si lH? lo whom we have to look to take were possible to furnish the can the enlarged view of nature > ou " "2; '," f~' a J f !" and mentioned torn* of UM steps on the work now being done by teachers with expert assistance thus indicated be communicated JJ SaJJJJ? "'" %  n< [ "JJ"" we in Barbnci'. ire taking to give the generation that is passing, and Suppose a competent and enthuand what would he the effect of """ %  L,? * a *"" it the attention ami prominence it the suggestion is that we should siastir Instructor could be found transforming the canefleld or Bar" u >*>" so emphatically merits And I enlarge and build on the School nd given as a whole time job den into a kind of fairyland? I closed bv referring to the irmncdiOardcm scheme already in operavisiting the schools and helping think the success of the "ludgtng ale plan for I. -Farm Institute" in tion. the staff in the matter Might we rings' initiated by Mr. Halcrow Trioaoad, and urged that wa need not loolt toT H llch development suggests a very encouraging ante go much denpci and wider into l '* 6H '^ that some of the school of Interest and efficiency on the swer to the question. the subject and den I with it on taaobari arc not interested in this part Of the young genci.iti.ni I The Editor, The -Advocate, ItMtt ];:. Gardens section of their currlcuMy second suggestion is directSIR,—Surely it is time that lum and perform their part in it X mentioned ,ust ,abm "in,. d Io hose woric,.^ nhat h ur %  ry perfunct id inctlectellectual interest". I have been Hie agricultural ow engaged tho public be relieved of the sus.•ork of the pense which was started when If so I do not think surprised nt the scant knowledge. Multii uni especially on the sugar an official notice stated th t there I should hastily cenOf even total ignorance, of the pUnlations, and It may be stateThat scheme—quite good. \ Mr, .. '.. looks like ii another tffi rt %  lifle the community should hastily cenpf <-ven toinl ignorance, of the pi u „t B Hon(. and it may be stated was a case of •uisoecteri Small instructors or direct. ire them The school master has land worker of the multitude of in a coup i c „f words—a Bonus Pox in the Island give Barba.i. ,llv turned away from the Intoresting^facts and processes ol lvltcm bawd on on efficiency -n." I "'"" u ... . students, at quite consi. id and stockyard and directod Nature which surround him. rtic notice was published over pense, wh. k w n -d his thoughts and aims in quite anNot long ago I had a boy doing two weeks ago and one should primarily lo'gel ther direction, and it would be a little garden work at my place. This was Introduced to me by a ftav e expected that by this time actual wort of %  rprlsfng if he were still greatly and though he must have left retired planter with wide experia confirmation or denial would planting, and reap thoratl) and keen to school only a short time previously ence. who had himself tried it have been published. HI them Inter**! .i %  to such work and help he did not appear to know anywith good results An "Efficiency JOHN SHANNON liking for their )>osltion and duty them to become efficient in it At thing much about plants nor to be Sheet" is given to every* worker Tenb; Sclent'!! %  uutructors or directors the same time I feel sure many interested In them And a year and at the end of oact week honTenby. Hockley V.A.X. Films LONDON. Dec The British Board of Fil Censors has ruled that ch'ldr under 16 will be barrv., ( : movie-theatres even if accompanied by adults lllm being shown 1. with an ••X'\ This new movie-gradm< < Uflcate -X" will a onusn screens In the Now Wai The new certificates will repl.u, the present -ir for Horrtli class which also barred chlldr. rrosn tho theatres. Movies wholly adult In then., or trsitment and unsuitable foi children will abw get the new marking. The three certificates will now be. V—for general exhibiuon: A —more suitable for adults; X— (Or exhibition when no child under 1 is present. A number of French am' Italian movie* have been held u, while the new rulo was beuik If HoUvwood's "Snake Pit" be exhibited now It would be given tho X cer ti flesaa. WF OFFER THE FINEST MEATS Chi. kens thickRsbbll*. F : L*m* I^rs J* Limb Miouldera 1 ( ockUII Sairures Turtle I SOUPS fTam-t.. Seol S Ox 1 Aspar H Celery I H FRUIT in tin Onavsj. 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Thar da< Irreabtr 2S l! /ill Sarbatms locate ^u. Bustamante Wants New Deal' Elections Government Deft-ater/ on Trans/Mtrl It ill ec 27 The Constitution Relorm Commission began taking evidencen public today in Older lo obtain people's views as to the typo ol constitution they desired Sll John Waddington opening today'' session explained to the crowded hall thai witnesses may be asked question* by the Comni]SM %  . M.L.C. who asked for universal adult suffrage with compulsory voting; a Legislative Council consisting of the Colonial Secretary. %  Financial Secretary and Attorney General as ex-omcio members. 2" elected members with property n d literacy quallllcatlon for membership. A Council life of five years dissolving earlier only by a no-conildence vote of 75 per cent, of the elected members; Executive Council constatingof three ex-offlcio members with seven elected members of the Legislative Council elected by secret ballot byelected members; these seven to be designated Mlnistci i 1 folios, the Governor to nominate the chairman of the Council; each minister subject to removal upon a no-confldence vote by two-third 1 of the elected members; the Governor to have reserve powers with matters concerning public order public faith and good Govcrnmen' which he shall exercise with the assent of the Executive Council or falling; that with the approval ol the Secretary of State for the Colonies I wilt do ,ust that" Algi iers Motor RalLS Begins To-day ALGIERS. Dec. 27. The Algiers to Capetown rally one of the most strenuous mou>i lug trials in the world will begu tomorrow from four puinU, Tur i\ Algiers, oran and Casablanca. The 40 competitors are expected b< reach Capetown on February 22 after covering ,050 miles Of those taking part. 32 use French I nc ludi n g Moroccans rend Tunisians, two are American, two Belgian, two Swiss, one Is mi Egyptian and one is .. South Afri. can. —R eater. Allies Speed Attacks In N. Korea R Tke h Ov e8e 40 0 00 Redsfoead Korean Front Alld VowHetl BRITAIN'S lstr-t in light bonibrr. tlir Cauhrrr* axpsrt* It %  reported from Amcri.M that tha of the** aircraft LED ILK. Doctors \ EMPIRE PREMIERS WILL DISCUSS REARMAMENT Expensive Dog UENVKlt. COLORADO, Dec. SrT. A woman is suing Paramount Pictures for $123,000 for the LosN of her dog used in the Bang Crosby tilm 'The Emperor Waltz." Mrs. Florence Peschel ol Denver in her suit says the movie company rented her trained fox terrier "Tippy'' and usca him as a full for Blng Crosby In the film Mrs Peschel's lawyer said "this thing is a real tragedv Mrs. Peschel is described as 'a childless woman" who "lovea this dog." — Beater. France Refuse Budget Cute PARIS. Dec 27. F i ninra Minister Maurice Petsehe told the Ratten National Assembly to-day thai the Government refused lo accept anv of the nitfl DrOpOBttj by the Finance Commission in UM spa IgJ n-.innament bud net of 355,000.uOO.Oub : %  %  This sum represents Fiance's first year's contribution to the European defence programme discussed in Washington last summer. The Government Intends to stake its existence on the adoption of 'he rearmament budget which includes 185.000.000.000 i.ew taxation including an increase in incom" Ui) The general debate Parted early this morning More than 20 Deputies have announced their to speak. The clause by clause discussion of the Bill is due to itarl to-moin.w vrhea no doubt the Got-eniment will put the S uestlon of confidence on each Is puled clause. The finance Minister described the economies and cuta proposed the Finance Commission at "unrealistic" and as "very difficult to realise on the eve of the i.ext general elections."' This brcugh. protests from the popular F.epubii rapiHTteur of the Finance Commissl'rfi. M Charles Barauge and from itt Socialist Chairman M. Jean Raymond Quran Petsehe said the Commission's proposals would produce a total deficit of 8B.0OO.000.00O francs in the 1051 ordinary and re-aminii budgets, whuh could than only be financed, by inflation. Alluding to Russia. Petsehe said' "Remember thai on tinothei sid, subtle game Is perhaps being played; that one Is perhaps not seeking a decision on the military Held, but that by internal dlsinlegration of the state. Inflation car. provide the easiest chance of vlc%  ory." "Between the path of effort and icrlllce and the easy way. 1 appeal to you to choose the path of Tort and sacrifice as the Government has done. The country • %  ill lie grateful to you —It cuter Holy Door Closed VATICAN CITY. Dec 27 Workman of Saint Peter's, Basilica io-d> completed the walling up of the Holy Door begun by lht Tope himself on Christmas eve. and placed a big bronze cross ii, the centre of the wall. In the IhM half ol January a bog Will be deposited in the wall cantalnlni i roniploHi sat of Holy Year medals and documents recording the tvrata ol Holy Year Pojie pin* tii->i.iv received i" general audience i,. the Hall of 'lent Mi Benedictions about 7,000 pilgrimcontract: from European countries, the Unite,) States, Brazil and Argentina During to-day's audience LM Pope blessed the foundation slot.? of n Catholic university to be built in Rio De Janeiro. —Reulei Want More Pay DISCONTENTED LONDON. Dec. 27 British doctors who operate the Nalional health plan and Ott Ol then income from government are discontented. Their chief complaint is that their pay based on 1939 data on EOM of living is too low. However it la premature, say rpoketman of the professional i gaDlutlona, to speak of '• strike the health terries Prospect of mass withdrawals from the health programme irBs0t! but there is enough discontent to ike tt certain that Health Minister Aneurln Bevan faces some sharp negotiations with aroused doctors, A new organization, the British Medical Guild, has suggested that under certain circumstances doctors drop the health service m manse and resume pripraetice with patients paying the bills. As physicians are free to do under the health plan the Guild is the creation of the powerful British Medical Association and stands parallel to It It was necessary to set up the Guild to mike the strike threat because MM constitution of the British Medical Association bars It from trade union activity.—<' P. Coronation Stone Missing LONDON. Dae. 27. I he I1HC tonight broadcast an appeal to everyone in Britain U give all possible help in the recovcry Q| the historic cotxmatloi stone taken from Westminslc Abbey. A message from the Dean of Westminster Included In tonlsjM'i latin trotn London tuid the country that Kim .i ... was "greatly distressed by the removal of the stone" Radio and tola printer messages warned all British police stations today to watch for a stolen yellow painted mOtOI IcaT} In the hunt for the historic coronation stone missing from Westminster Abbey. PoUes suspect Scottish Nationalists of having taken sway the I.IOO-year-old Scon,, stone from place under the seat of the Coronation Throne in the Abbey The lorry was stolen on DecemIHT 23 froit ,i f„< 'rit v yard In sgove —Renter. Truman W ill Tulk On Europe Defence WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. President Truman in his "Stale of the Union" Message next week is expected to reaffirm United States del ennl nation to defend Western Europe against Communist aggiession. Particular attention will be paid to this part of his message because of the appeal .( the foirnei Republican Presiiliibfit Hoover for a i in United States commitments outside the western hemisphere. At the same time President Truman may Indicate his hope that the Western European countries will step up their rearmament programmes to the pace of current United Stales rearmament.—Keutcr. DRIVER KILLED ROME, Dec. t A driv<: .ind about 50 passengeis were injured today when t0 buse-. era*tied head on at great speed on a slippery Mghi ,.!.• If utheast 20 miles R'UUT Griffis Named U.S. Ambassador To Spain WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 The White House announced today that Mr stantou Grlffls would be nominated as ambassador to Spain by the President when the new Congress convened in January.—Reuter hlll'IXi. < OOI BsPv'' I I I.ONLK)\ n,%  :: Defence and rearniamem will be the main problems foi Commonwealth PruneMtnlitoni when thej begin their 10-dai cloetd door conference in London on January 4 %  i" ndar the continuim; anxiety of the internatloothe Cunference will deaJ with issues p;oinc tar beyond the Commonwealth itself. It s expected tu dis%  i the Htriiins ami itresseg in the t>ose-knit Commonwealth relation*lup. —— Political observers reel that AldM IhroUfB her Prime Minister j.iw.ni.nlal Nehru will play u vital part m the talks European FnNeroi u | wpsjetasj to pise many eontioversies, as the "ionwealth conference discussed the North Atlantic ,db"*nce in general terms, b it otiservII axpaot pnttrarled discussion 1 policy affecting the Far o\ Tin: • SPOI For 12 nan yuiow Aineii,, (inllitli.s, Ui kepi | bottle of whisky in hei boOM at 1'iiicoe.i. Wales, just in case of emergency. The bottle has Just been opened for a 14-70 a farm horse which full on Its back in a fro/en stream near Amelia's house Ten farmhands arofked all night trying to get the horse out and were considering whether to use a hum-me killer when Amelia heard of the hoisc's plight. She took the whisky from its hiding place and walked across the snow-c<>vcievement officials. The Demotistr.ilh>n Mani 1 gfl December 20. arhen IhrsM Nattoi al Front Deputies walke'il iuli> Parliament, and %  nnouncad they would stay there until Government attacks against the Press LONDON. De, 27 ..topped ilrttuh troops will be trans-; They were later Mood ball PBTTOd to the AUantic Pact arm> .it-down m Parllameni They munediaiely General Dwight D .cannot l>e molested even though Eisenhower sets up his command.' tnc Government % %  mrell dl\ t is North Korean fnml and tent the Kireans to Manchuria (Or trainmg. He said this in a report lo the United Nation* Secretariat T'ie report teferred to the B %  nienill OpamUOM behind the UnitcM Nations lines ThnartUa forces were estimate,! .t lr<-,.\ 30.000 to 35.000. and It was said here was evidence that their ictivines were eontrolle.1 bv the OniWIIMUltsI Higli C'uiiunand" One report estimated that complete organised" Chinese Comtilst units totalling mm. than > hinaes CCH' h a strength of spproxlmat* 250.000 had nlrea.iv crossed into lb Korea and %  uacjmd United Nations forces General MacArthur tepoftad that 35,000 people mostly non ombatant* were estim.it,, | have been victims of "unbelievable atrocities" by North Koreans. An organisation had been established t.. investigate and detain people susfieeted and accuse,| of "eon vetitiout if %  % % %  In another report General MaeArthur said there had ban %  decrease In war crimes and suggested that the Communists hi possibly been influenced bj tl threat of posl war punishment —Heater U.N. Can Govern The World II AssemWy Is Directly Elected NEW V(j Albert hiN-N'n, • %  Myint that th. *ril> I in. British Troops Will Be Transferred To Atlantic Pact Army to be placed al General K iver*s disposal, would include Ihe British eontlnents In Germany. Australia and T"" %  Although no Immediate official Iritis h statement was made on Bag matter, it was understood that BHtsSh rOroea would be includes In the Atlantic army and a forI announcement made .,s soot the constitutional procedute had (een compiled with —R rater publishing business as usual, h Ing transferred their office) to thi Parliamentary Press Ft'" Six Charges SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, Dec 27, Pedro AlbltU Cam|ns 13-yearold Nationalist Party Leader of the October 31 revolt heard six charges against him read in Court to-day. They include, attack with nlent to kill Subversive activities tnd foui violations of laws requiring regislraUon of firearms was given 15 days lo reply lo Ihe charges The charge of attack with intent lo kill was based on the wounding of a detective in police cordon which surrounded Alblzu Campos In his home during rebellion—ICel Jet Planes Stand-By NEW YORK. Dec. 27 | All-weather jet planes are guarding New York and the industrial coast of the United %  >' % % %  m ,i 24-hour stand-by alert, the American meteorological %  %  %  tiling c: •MOO ie,: ..... MUipped win •• to give then, xtro powci for combat or faste: %  -aid %  %  ta n POCKET CARTOON If OJBBHI IRANIAN"* IfattAd RK, Dec 27. Is quoted hei — United Nation ia only become a world Gn\ ernment If \u Assembly TCf dln-eUy elocteri by Ihe people •"statement by ihe physicist .aade public last night ^ three Americans on their way to %  meeung of world federalists )i. 1 .<-!iev.., Switzerland Dr. btuiU'in't. Sl.ilen.ent eonlii uvo: The mouiitiiig dnnger ,,i i totally dev.sut.ng nMWl* rap' idly eonviiu ing the world that a world federation Government must be created.' "To provide M Irc enlative | MK lv S :[,,. ""'" %  "We. IK, „1 .vntlon." %  :• % %  %  i OUTPOST RECAPTURED SAKit.N. li, Ihe Northern NtpOtl at Daahu "" >y VLtna.u force, ;: 1 neiich forces early th, „, ,,,, Meanwhile Victnmn tOdSU started a concerted attack on outposU in the Phucyeh p u |, nrra about SO miles north ol TOKYO, Dec. 27. JJNITED NATIONS ., i-elosaly pound uiK 'Ho massh: .mist forcea in North Korea, had by tonigl .town 301 sorties in their attempt to break tn the Commnist offensive m the areas just north of the 38th parallel following a night of heavy bombing in clear moonlight. Below thrni Communist reconnaissance troops con tinued prodding the United Nations line braced for battle before Seoul, the Southern capital. They constantly sparred witli Allied units in the noman's land between the two main armies. >k gen, U |. . em sectorof the Allied front today, an Blghth Army spokesre lighting'' was continuing in the area northeast of where 1.500 North 11 re reported surrounded %  OUUl Of the S8th parallel -st action to Seoul so far was a patrol clash with unlden Uned Commurdata yesterday on the north bank of the Imjln River. *) miles to the northwest About 500 10 700 enemy troops In this area I to be moving south South Koreans were counter lacking Communist forces In the title of the peninsula 45 miles from Ihe cast coast after being driven back yesterday -Reater Reds Question U.S. Prisoners erai lull prevailed, end Ihe e OOle Communist ,, %  .. %  M mUes Th.i Arm) heading] the defer* %  line %  strength, i i D men of t the n i U Matthew < • hldsjoa i %  t thti uiu%  ,, ,! foi %  .lerstood to have 190,000 men nOW nint.-i mand. %  iattlewear) ihotigb many of thesetroops are. MnlOl OfrsDOff el thai with unchall ii .t MI ursrernaey and an overlitin armour. i Old bold OUl 10.000,000 Cnlnese If ia .i i2n inti. round Ihe ild 'r.ie^ii-1'ii-..n, brldsjebeed bn %  Thi would BT4 .ii' l >lalemate smith obaerven ben say would mm Chinees morale more than that of the Unlb allies The A i mated to I or wound* 1 Is havi ipproxlmi loda %  ttacKi claimed '.I buililiugi-. i : had killed • '.,iun d •rounded Thej ..l igjpd 234 two %  uppl] dumps Stunned by the '"') of sn air attack 100 Coi %  I %  .ui of ttw b %  %  .1 one point II II of Chrn %  %  by Unite-I Btattt Intelligence I the Vesoni mil,. ,il"i\, tin IMfl I % % %  no North Koreai ton .ere beItevei i '%  nnaialliig icodei %  n.iM".! i (iinni.iinl II nines, r. ri < %  van lion six miles alajve 'be parallel east of Seoul Light and %  eatterad sctlvlti in the centi ii and easiIN KOREA TOKYO, Doc 17. Husotau ofneers In uniform have Interrogated American prisoners of war in Korea according to Informed milllary sources here. An An -in an officer captured %  Chinese was released nfter n| bv a Russian according to the sources The Russian "nicer was said to have questioned the American at the Chinese divisional headquarters In Chorwon ..lout 20 miles north of the Mtb n-iallel The Russian spoke flawit: RngHuh nnd was said to have 'nated the Amerirai In a friendi\ wav The American who made his report in Ihe last fe-.v days said the prattles appeared to he one of .issl'fnlng Russian officers to earn '"hln^se divisional hendn^unrferA Tokyo upokesrnan said he h id "n<> knowledge" of the alleged lenee of Russian" In Korea —Beater TFM. TIR ADVOCATR TH VfWH ''ii Si IS Day or NlgM. is i IN ADTOCATI PAYS FOR NKWS. and ro'.i-r. af lht u N*ifui> irt"WM'.' M rronf' Girl Drowned •From Our 0„ rollSfl KINOSTON, !%  21 The Chi | One fatal accident octun while crossing ;. ., %  ,. r i , Li the norlheast .e.tni m 'urn the Chinese Fronts* UID0 t of Ihiililieu was 1 aei Yiatnam attack this A mlumii was moving np •be garrison there Renter AFRICAN PRINCE IN B.C. 'limn OSSI Own < oirti i,ntj(Pl* tIKOK.iKToWN Bn Ank'anwo Oguei or King Nwokoro ,.f Obipl Ten. joey Nigeria arrived %  „ Brill n C.uiana tonight on I i visit as Ihe guesi of th, BriUSl Guiana branch of the league o Coloured Paop:< i royal welcome l, v the nefTO DOpu lation and wafc escorted into th" City from the %  Inori In a triui i phal procession or motor rars an1 clas. GILBEYS anas JAMAICA SWEEP KI NGSTON""Jama lea ^ Huialreda of prizes In Jamaica Christmas Sweepstike went residents of the South Carlbbtai One of the Ihrec first prizes 515.250 went to Wavcrjy Syndic* I care of I C Blwards. Ketl Street, British Guiana. -ec-> prfga of I I v:,n vreni to i 11 i%  p • Spain, Trinidml with p i % % %  , BoatlnO I).-. f h were M |)e,i from the oaarrear of Industrial Organ.atlons this ytu, on the grouaas that they followed KM Communist party prosmrni % %  . ; •trike unless refUlattO iftsed a month ggo were changed. They contended thai the security card." shouir lad of, or known %  pyhU or sabots ge. The ',ew provisions now put Into effect, deny cards if there Is "reasonable grounds* belief thai itted fteti of treason or esdltlon, or has engaged In espionage or sabotage. People employ! lo the Iran ... under tin u which ma •f the UBlu deto er ted Other people I lejecteil Inelii.je members or rimbers. affiliates and assoclatei %  IT an lit or "subversive* orgamsaUi M.nntiimflB s


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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2S, 1951) llMIHMl.p\HV!>< Ml PAGE NINE CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 2S0S IAWKMN Water DM W0. Papuioi I .*r> %  mm % %  'I.OTTA. lair i.l, u | Mi th. General Hoapite So"'^ Da} • Tin rj tiara 1 MK place (ram her late le.i oenoe. Chan • .„:.' %  %  "ltd THANKS ^HOBAlic'opportuo rtenda and re la [Mi In eroding i oiher iifu d i n confined to thr %  V--.II i.rlnt again ... f.x r flow>g lit* .. --. %  i them IN MKMOKIAM In loving Bir : i ..i Ailcr^i Ban •"•": %  :i I do DM aero To bring In ,. „unj Th* tl I ,i %  %  Af Very bar.: Uod gave me atr.ngB* to light An* Mu oeato bear the bio. Of what H r No Ull I. 1 % %  MM it;. tl .. .belmcd huano Irl I nalccp aaotwr tU ari. loan and my hHtuchr Mr be i -i.i -.. My dear an* ha. <..... Though not For We'll BO.. Wirtii %  i >e da>Will Hbr wife Ollleaac i i Long Bu Si Philip. x; ISM On* rod ye %  ad day Bui the l< late on hi%  love and HOT Mill r * %  > < Caiman Roc I lid Rock am Am, Hock n tamiiv CarUla Wilfred laughterfOII KALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR — IS" uwner. In a!.. Col* Co llniBii Minx fe. 4V n. una civ tliil rlaaa condlt.-.n 3d I1SO-an FXKCTKK'AI. FURNITURE rURHTTl C n Boy Phiup Mil Peeblea. llayle' Ooad h*. tiara. Lard115. W...Inland, .10. Irw ai *i Mahr.gi.iiy V..nlllen (Mi. PaJntad Dr*ing TsMM EW Mahog-i" £& al RAUII HE.-UUVS s wood Na>> Phone LIVESTOCK COW--, he llh IHI SO plnU lephone MLOT 21 I ISO Jn MISCELLANEOUS .11 %  >. i niihr. iim'i M II MrIII WW 11 I... I. __ ||U to Bll an need*, available |aw. Wa ruppty 14PUle Olaaa f.n %  law gear, and alao U large pane* ha M H iii.h thick Dial 4JM O. T %  bataMoii dc Co. Ltd. ISUM-if LADIES yiii.i.riii.ifi-.i AHIIUH "hil >ir*ima and colour, mrt npeniln I T^S" i -tllRlf 1 %  II>IHH nawly O. A Cla*ki BABVS PRAM in good i Apply to A A Biownp. Eagl' Pharmacy Dil M m BI'-Saw 7 h.p. National %  T Oil Engine h Baa-Ma n .t Ralph •. Hardw-i OPS Paji •I Januao aa-iuat-*,atiwBh. (torn 'ith January ruily luiKitfeM. far BartWulara nm laal. B U—m SatATORD %  iinhin rrom 1. January, lor further particular* Phoir BaM J C Robert.. Government Hill M.1S.M—t (. WINBLOW—Black Rock From %  > January. For further particulaM OU tam. D A Browne. Black Rath pf Itaf !! %  PCBTLir \(ITI(IS b*d NOTICE r ctaHaraa that ihwv w ti Heliud*'. lhrrenbrr January Jrd mcluarv*. n.iia-n %  M NOTICE PAJUaai or at JOMN VAcciNATihc. cnmitt vak Nova PM-OTa Rratdarwr rif|| im --tlo.-. F-Mr Raada. Aim.Ime PHU'i Oflk* Codnncio.. C.lleg* Mr -i L Barrow-* Rr.ideicr Baaaiah Btraoi Si. Margareta Brhool. Near Nccaatlr R. S. f'KASEK C.nk Conuniailo'iera ot Healih •it John OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IN TMT AflUBTANT f'Ol'BT OrAPPRAI ___ .Banllable JuHMKIMiiii JCKmt QOSMN niATKMAN PI JAMB BlJUaCTON nUATHWAITT. IK punuanca ol an Order in thw Coul Hi the above action made an the Jrd Say of November ISJa. I dive nollet all perwiL. hatlnd any eatate. rldhi li.trre*! in or dfiy lien or MKumbra ire itterlme all thai certain piece or p*rcrl oi 1-nd nt late al Or Olll'a land kn tne parleh of Saint John roiitalning b: id naaauremenl onecie one rood an<' foirtaan percha. bj,ltlr> and boundww on landi of H. Wiixie ol C U Miller and on land* of Clayton Olaarow on l-nd> ul teUlaioi. fUnkiimi „ n land* ot pooi Plantation and an a rldhl ol way ai loarvrr el bound to blind before ma an account Utelr claima with lhatr wllnaaaM u.Kiiiiiem and vouchers b< be riamliie.1 by mr on aty T ieeaaj. or Friday %  •twean the hour* ol IJ mooni and oclock in the afternoon, at |h Off.. I the Clerk of the AaUatanl Court <>< Lppeal al the Court Houae. BeldayMw a. afore lha elat day of Januarv INI. > nii'i thai even idin. mat]M %  .i..." i.ordlnt Ml the njl.iap an pnjill) raapctiiivaly. .>llMn-*>laa cl ill l-e p. -i^d lr'ii tii" nefll ol the aald Ilccra*. a. i M deprived ol all claim oor a(U.*t tin piuprrty .mianu are alar. na'lAed that m-> i -ii.-nd the >atd Court an ttrdnra the Mat daw a' January l*ti. al *.lo NOTICE during t_ OCV MASSEI — Matter MANNINfJ tl IJ SO—In NOTICE Boldeu Mot..i Ol 110 Roebuck Street. Wfl b Xmaa Eva on a buainaaa vin dad He v. ill be relurnlni 10 Ttlnl. early li. work M MINI i'i:iis>ti The pubiw are hci.o %  : %  lo mv l/e. E\'A-\nAIJN- HUSBANDS .nee MKDTORD. aa I d.. Li hold mvaalf icapahaibw lor her u let... deMa tn n.v mil' unleel l> a >itn order •lined by ma DARRT.1.1 m'SaaANn*. Four Hill l December I Churcr BrlACri.ET r Probyn Street and .. Bay Bu. Finder win ba rawafwM on rrliirn*a •• %  e Anthony Johnaon Tulllarl** Vlllaga. St Jame. Tt I i* aUM I'aynen ..Hlat.l'. Mr* Pltti W-4n 1'bhil Advtf NOTICE Re ESTATE of JOSEPH ALONZA I'Klllf. ... %  iood NOTICE IS HBRH1IV GIVEN llipar >.'• having any debt or claim Or ."r. tnig Ihe Estate of Joaeph A Pe.re aometlme* called Joaeph A Pre. lai. of The I. ... lha part-h pf Kami S(.-h..rl In .4 who died in thll.i .1 on lha 1 ran.iired to aand 9 parlicului of i hen ler.ignad pa. I. % % %  I U, C o V,.rwor.d A Bowe. S No. >4 .lamea Stroel. Bridfelown. on or 1.1, Iihe lath da> of Februaav %  •*< i It. i winch date I ahull proceed to dlltrlbule the a-eata of tha aald Batata aii.m* the partiaa entitled thereto havl-f retard to lha dabla and claim, only Ol which I ahull then have had noUOe. and that 1 aholl nol be liable tm %  %  %  •o oicuibutad to any peraon ot whooa ii I.I. cUim I the time of ouch dutrtbuUa ill paraoiia indebted lo ihe aa r. required to -ellle their a • 'MI'I r" UU*aa>roaUi BRAMntT Q.i.i!lfled Bweculnr of the Phtate I REAL ESTATE lfHS N. Kl 1HOS A-F.8.. W.V.A. I ..r m .11. Dlson 4 BlodOB FOR SALE %  DEANE Pleaaant count., homo of akan. with ahliieJc rn..f. 011l4.un.iB I bedroom.. Hun* and dlnlnl room., kitchen. arivanCa qu-rtara, 2 gaxgea and alororooma. '. Irrtlle acre*, option further 2'j acre* Often comMered "CASABIANCAMakwell'COBM A beautiful oroparK embodvina Ihe fined pre .war i. appnik. I acre* with flower • ud legelablc farden*. pmductiviirchard and OOCOaaPl aru\c-ire of walled rarden m' be -old arparateli B < bulMlml .lie "SUNSET HOUSEProapact. M Jamn Bungalow with wld.* •ea-lronlage and oil U. paj ., BOO Eatate B The |kn DUNDO -Cave Kill ainUined and pruduclive •ome 33 acrei k> J var> nllon ? mile, from Cllv r la worthy of rapeei.il a po W f* gieai charm Ita grneial rtntcture i-..ell.I and there I* cpari'Hi. accommn.laKIAL ESTATE AGENT ATJCTIONEES H..INTATIONS ni:u.i)INI. Phone 4640 SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLAND STEAMSHIP CO. %  ailing fr -Cotttcau Pth II,. •Bonalie" ill, Ml. J J( ,..e.. 1B60 Baling f.nm Amaterd.m n (toar IHh Hecember ino. m %  lad" iat> ETd I>eeOmber, r*o loan. an.I " l>lh December %  a. |l tlth. Decen nc.., :. r Januarv. 1 %  MB %  bar. ISM. %  CotlicaJfth taeO. u %  Wiltem-tad Lt %  '.ladel Sailing t, December. IBM. limited piaaeniet available I. r Mi-wtoN. SON m \. ., The M v rARLBBU %  ,..a Manta-rral i .i si K.tu a-. . MVJ M litnM it tm R li.ASSOCIATION. IfM. Tolf|ihtt-: 441 NBEBa — OflaWntf AND KIT. D SHKCrAKD EapfoaootiM %  aaladaraUaa Ufa AaieelotMa F %  ARMBTHO*.0 LTD. ~ 'IASBADOB Tel aa.. N wist: \n\miisi KI-DAVS NEWS FLASH FIAJWKK l.XN lor DOORS IOH!0 UAIDUlll hvmts d.> wc pB MV. I "n .'.it we .r. rrrulnl) *oimt rMord l.u.inr.. I. IM %  t JO..MOVK K1ATIUNEIY Canadian National Steamships IADV NELBON 1 ADY RODNEY 1 ADY NELSON Man 3 %  91 %  I I 8 ALL GOOD Kj WISHIS COS A %  PROSPEBOUS NEW K YEAR : CARLTON BROWNE %  •r-.'Ar-mtummmiitwMS Ringing in Our New Styles! FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON OR SHOES LADIES' SHOES I CHILDREN'S SHOES! |ss -srrc'iAi.isr L. 1 For further Information apply to • DA COSTA & CO., LTD.— Agenu h SAGUENAY TERMINALS m •i c it bounding ,. Millar ur.d on lan on landa of CoHi'ton r-ia' i landa of Pool Plantation and (hi of bafore ma claim, wit] Z "andnow ur 1.U of J B Ceopin daveaaed. iw landa now or bdT&i M L McCarthy and on the u..a.iu. n._d or however elae HW r Autt anl t-iund. i" bttnd .., aerou.t of their aald thel. wltneaac... document* >, to bo enamlned bw "aa in any Tuaaday. or Friday between the inure erf II inoon' and J o'clock In Ihe ,ftrri..i..ii al Die Office of tha Clerk 01 heTAaaWlant Cm.n ol Appeal at tho -ouft Houoo. BrldBOtown. before 'he ltd day of JanuaryMl. in order tin paOti claima may be ranked Id lha nuture and priority I ipedlvoly. otharwiaa %  i>e pre. hided from tin I.OVI:H. V>IE.\T w trTBOts HIS EXCELLENCY iluGovrrtior-in-Executive Committee has •ppoiritcd a committee with th following terms of refermce: "To examine the conditions in the port area in regard to the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic. wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their rcguU'lrn and improvement." 2. The CommittM Invites persons and organisation* interested to give Information orally and in writing. All *uch persons and organisations should communicBle with or send memoranda lo the Secretary. Mr. F. J. Odlc of the Labour Department before lMh January, 1951. 3. It would be of considerable benefit lo the committee if eight copies of nil memoranda could be supplied. 4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as possible and u is hoped that anyone who can give any relevunt int.it %  nation will not hesitate lo make It available to the committee. 22.12.50—1" CANADIAN SKRVUKS From Montreal. St. John, N'.B.. Halifax, N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara. B.C. TOKEN IMPORTS PROM THE U.S.A. Importers are hereby notilltd that the li^t of Httttl publiMiecl. [or whirh 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. Raynn Drrssrs. Cotton Dresses, Cotton Shirts, Electric Fain Radio Apparatus. Freerers & Paris, Electrical Household Washing Machines. Manufactured Plastic Products. Office Appliance& parts. Industrial. Chemical Electric llous' Mold Refrigerators. (Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP. Comptroller of Supplies. 31st December. 1950 23.12.50—2n TRADE MARK CAUTION f I'. rtaMBV fllVaW tin '>rciioril lli>ai' I'I v.i %  >>wr< and oarl.Mivo 9' %  '"• ding f rei will ilao Wolar Pump PERMANENT SEEDIJ5S ^Bord pWar. and needle, o ao>..i.l. of all kind* too. A 3D LTD -tlUB-tl.beneflt be deprived of all Claim on or asaiiuri Ihe aald property Clalmanla aro alao iwliBod that thoy inuat attend the aald Court O"! Wednoador. U*a *Td day of January, w. %  10 oclock a m when their aald clalaM will be ranked. Given under my hand thl. Mlh day ot October. ISSO I V. OLLKEK. A. tins Cltrk Of lha Aaalatanl Court of Appeal %  io S-SB OINTMENT MANZAN • RAND 9*fffflg§B UK. Gl I IHV^SUI.VMiVM (French Line) s.s QAJ Ulna t*. Trinidad < %  French QIIIBM on I ss c VSC<;NI. Sal '• HBvrf via M.n tiiiHioe I 0UaHtol0U|M on .lanuar.v 3rd. 1951. Sailing to Trinidad, La Quail I, I Cartagena and Jamaica on Januai i i ftp: SS. "COLOMIIIK SS 'COI.OMI1IK 19 Salting to PlyBtouth and La Martii M and Ouaoaloupe ttth, 1950. All ship i %  % %  and Ma (1ASCOGNI I Havre via in January COI OMBII lurthei %  i t.. R M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. I Seedling. JOHN IM III.H SALES REAL ESTATE Srfig leltora, Jan,eSfreel OFHCIAL SALE %  tAHBADOS __..„, TO THE ASSISTANT COURT OP APPEAL Ea.iltotilo JuMtdicttooi MVRA I*ONOHA MCCARTHV 1'taaniifT MADAlJtNE CONSTANCE: DANfEl. Itetcliduit 40TICI la hereby gl>i BM l.tanl Co I public BEASi.ir HOUBS%  CALAIS" altuata roar Dover. Chrlat Church, itandlns SS •Mrokirnataly > rooda. I paroh ol land The dw*nlrurri erf December. ISSO. al 1 p m lha Dwell Inghouae called "-Jholdan" and IM local thereto contaanlna; ou aquara feet, ailuate al Shot HaU Land. Upper par Street. St. Michael. Inrp-ctlon on application to Ml %  Eatwick it "Laurmora'. Upper Boy BUoak Eor further PortlcuJira and Condilto r. of ^^ y ^ c t ATro(lI(fcc X oal dated Ihe Mth day Of OclnbOT. there will be -M up •' —'•,.'• lbs hid*eet btdd-r ..t th. OaBco >* UClerk ..I Ihe AaUtant Court of Appeal ,it (he Court Hcuac. Uridgia-iwn. betwoon the hour, of II .noon. M .d looWk In Ihe afternoon on mdar the RfUl <• day of JaiMiary. 1S9I. au that certain piece or parcel of land .ituale al Kirtona ratio* parWh ol Saint Philip and lalond iloreaald conlalnlng by ad three modtwenty perchc. more or leaa butting and bounding! on landa now or late of C laimer. on landi now or late ol J R Cnppn. decaaaat OO ItRda new or late of M I. McCarthy .nd on Ihe Pub:ic Road or however alao • ha aame m.v butt and bound, and If not than aold tho aald property will bo aet up for aala on every aueceoding r-rtday between the aame hour, until the earn' aold for a aim not leaa than (IBM* Dated Hue Stth day of October. ISM I. V On-KEK. Acllng[ Ctrrk of the Autrtanl Court of Appeei I M Ifl.M-An i.ik -*i.i 1.1 \-i "k PtOrfRRK. Upper Clhir that rtclrable family re.lden or n,0SO aquare feet of lan. ,*rlect order H %  running waler. all modern oa KIM are Roc*, %  : m mi Houae ir !" with naineri MSfladal Si Juhn DE WITT'S ... %  a:-.,,-, in cinnemon w|Ul the M ihe al.i.c namod toropany in Mlllno the .aia % %  "-!that Ihe -aid Tia hZe boon ..gi.tcredm n.c I-. U T.l. M..H. Ofh Afi iu .Imperial, and on H I < %  i Eatelgn Slatri and Mull SRI nifringemoril liaudulrnt ln.ltatii>n nr lu.praii r aa>d Trade Mara. .... any t Ihe.... ... VlOSStlOB M the nd •Jpreiuuned Company in (eepocl Iheredf oilhin Barbado. will be Sea t w the Mri.hawdmr Marru. Art Tfco to %  MBM I rroud lie m*f i t--"• !te.wiee ,. the law dlfOcl. " I Itlh da-. < BROWNE'S NAUTICAL ALMANAC FOR 1951 n„i.,.is A 1 . "/ :I:HH ALSO THE LATEST IIESIIINS IN PUMPS and SANDALS ulUble Swimnii.ii: Hint!. 4. Wrtrr Wini;.. Fully fushioitMl Hosiery arwl ,\ i'i... Polishes and Clcanrr.. THE BRITISH IIATA SHOE COMPAW WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD. INC. IN B. 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m TFimWlAY nFCFMBFR S8. !• BARBADOS \DVOC\TF F!TE Car Overturns A MOTOI t vi: i. ,, mbanltmei* and at Horse Hill on Tnesd;. iiiln I • pace ' Park on i .i dollar in his pocket Wr-en he awoke the dollir was %  A pair of gold framed (.lasses valued SJ fr.-m Hern '" bunas' meat stall at the Public Market between Friday -n,l Sunday •"pilF HOYS at Ihe Bay Street - Boys* Club will soon be doing carpentry. A workshop ; it the back of Ihe Club will DC completer! shortly. Dtirliu: the Ohruttman season the interior of Ihe Club *rss aoconilcd The hall is painted Kreen and yellow A T CHRISTMAS the PoIlM :hat were on duty had no cause to feel home%  Ick Tha PoUea Caataai are % %  .' %  ..',.: %  .If. .i Througnotii the day tabtaa played carolon the h ,_ d no piwid vaJuabl piano while others crowded W;(V around and sung Whether there was a sus-pectei. \\7rmiN another month or so, case or otherwise, he said. th,> SnelchUtown will have its main point was the protection of tha community and this had started from the beginning ami was still going on. 'The small pox epidemic has started in quite a number of cases because the disease was not siispe.-ted in ihe Mrs: and .ne protection of the community had not \I.\M MI sir I I'lifzui'Ums Spent \imCs Itcrv Indians On %  %  %  .:IK and dined 1 %  1 iiiba. N only se rved special t 1 lood, but provided ihe ViSttM Latins with BUI the Bor-t. la % %  v1 'us orchestra u> composed mainly of men I and played mm %  al the Aquai.it ( ml> I a niajh. hid tha autban* UC rhythm and wer> much apl.y the Venezuelans | which Ihere were about four Among the guests were Mr. an.* Mr. Varnon Knlatat Mr. Verne 1 Knight is Venezuelan Vice OofM I he mixed wilh t> from that cOUAtrj m making th.• % %  Goodwill Tour More Venezuelans ai Fanoarj Small l>x Still "Siupected" FRIED FISH VENDORS DO GOOD BUSINESS I ;.v. Hull %  pox at PaMc aa Island H 1 '-uspected ca.se are concerned, the Direct! Medical Services told He said that th. Da] had endeavoured tu bring the cose to a conclusn 1 Tffff! b >' wr,; "" "* %  ""i the tests Chotl oari %  in the ,,,„,, __ .,, _.. .... npetiuoti at Quaai 1 MAN"i a hungry, and therefnn dtafririMd lata nn>ht Bmuna Das Thai choir ~ walktrJUf^taken tsMJfl again after seeing the twinkling r v. c* snu conducted bj M Rinds and the liKht from the tray of a friejd 1 fish seller sitting on > Omr* ih si modem store. Messrs. 1) V. Scott & Co., Ltd., proprietors of the Colonnade Stores are building a general store at Queen Street The site of the new building Imrneilv accommodated a garage which housed buses of the Leeward Motor Omnibus Company shop pavement. This business is a brisk one. espmu.1' during the flying iish season. — Baxter'* Road Is a big centre fot tha business, and ao Li Nelson Street. Another place of frying goes on is the bus. |UW lion of Karbarees Hill Bpoapar's Hill. Hank Hall and Black Rock Twenty seven thousand Chn--1,.,..,. _,,,. Im ,,. 1|M hlg ( ( nfrr 27.000 XMAS PARCELS %  %  I ,.ii: 1 It .,. Church Village Choir, St.Philip. srho BOi IS points. This choir had 88 eoloai aad was conducted bv Mr Cecil Skeete from (too partakes ti-ok part in the competition which sponsored by Mr Sydnc ..lour. I %  M and daaagatad Uaati ii\> • %  Ugious work landed in %  %  na Trinidad. They are four deleg.r Indian Cultural Mission deputed b> Bharat Sevasram Sangha The deputation start.-! from Calculi.1. headquarters i,t the Mission or Nevembei II They travelled he,, via ColomNt. ItaurUtui I'.n.n an M ^ h>i.a Names of the 1 making a two-yac* world lour U xplead Indian Cullurc among In I paaa arm other races are Swan) Advailananda, the leader Bwaml Vadananda, Swami Ak%  hnv .man.la and Br. I'aie*h 11 1 Of the del. 1 \d>.M air 1 '.iil.,> llul upari I1.11 ipp in Culture among liniianx. th*) .< %  preach peace propaganda tu al luc l* •* %  ***• "* %  emphasise.1 thai tin movement had nothmg to do wrlU politic l'lie. in.mental liberal ideas if Indian Culture, anil want to bin LUUQ among the difTt 1. %  %  the world l!i liL.i.ul*r nciples off ThebcUava thai tha %  1111; the Moild'v mi-.Tiiiihe spun on of selfish nationalism, and to ra U move ihi*. the Mfaaton 1 nix the broad principles of al 1 religions and all IllUlliaa tu i*.> pie avarrwhara wtthoul diatu* Moo of culour. class Of eie.d immi t,ri'*'iin*i* fwmtm %  H JASON JONES & CO LTD Distributor PURINA CHOWS tha Matton coDauati of J00 monha and MH> volume. are earrylnt on %  food ''< %  .. 1 %  I social and rwlgtoui ik la India and Olher countries Last veal the Mission vtatfad East Africa and n1 there for H IHOnthl parcels and nearly 350 bai.s hut there arc van % %  ' ,: l ''' ''"' of letter mail were handled by evei v datrlct 1 %  ! 'he Christmas Carol The Mission embraces ..II India dec during They buy iksh from the lieaeh In N"w to Clod on High in(ilory and part ol then woe* ki to ran the Christmas season, the Poeibig quantii. To-.., Mr Gerald Hudaon and Capl der aid in times of fanun. %  ... tDl< master told tha Advocate ye-^2 cents a pound foi dolphin C E Raison were the )udges and demic. They also carry on schools, V u ;,' TtoFS." V dR r0m *• ^l^'ro 0low ,u,e „, ,hc npMfSi THORP,, u!ET"3|^„;; XfTSfJ-S X owner of motorcycle M 1151, amon|( U8 „, anv ., nw# tnP vaccinias injured m an accident along a .j on campaign is going on and (heopsidc Road at about 4.3(1 w m go t.n ns an ordinary prudent o.lock yesterday evening. He public health measure In the Inwas taken to the General Hosterest of the communin pitel and detained. M Thorpe was riding his cycle 2.S80 Vaccinated when it became involved In an ,.,. ,„ „ accident with a Central 'Bus -& W B*" Day a total of tavday The parcels started con m from November I and letters near the end of the si month All were di-tributed b\ Christinas Eve. The new Parcels Depart men* on the wharf had coitsiderabl> relieved the Christma.s praaaura ami had made the disposal of the parcels possible, th.I'.-i mm tan said. A belated mail of over MM bugs from England arrived on Boxing Day and these were non being dealt with The volume of the business I p. bought from the beach Hnrf I'"'cents retail; 14 cents a pound foi *"C shark: r beach five cents each and h>' each from the road vendor* 2,680 persons had been reported done during the season had marie vaccinated in the island since After the flying fish are 1 ed and fried one costs about la pence. A steak of shark will COP 14 cents and a steak of dolphin M\ M eighl cents more. A pannj loaj of salt bread usually goes with It These riutl fish are usually sold on the pavements of liquor shops Many men like one after having a drink or two For one thing, a steak of fish will take the taetr of the liquor OUl of one's mouth. mented thnt the Miming holn ha.I improved eon1 kderahly Tin v offered helpful criticism. The remit Of UlO COntaM was ., followr-iriiM.u Poinu %  I'll.hi. TS mil SI Mlrhl n 1 .. HI Mssas, at %  %  1 er .. si I'liiiii. as boardaafj houses foi hut escaped with dUfht inmriaa \ acclnaloti in thc lnd since it necessary for the clerical stair and then Ihe p.ppei an founl guilt] 1 Police i '01 *a rate of tie Ailuu Lonjja and refusing u te iMVfl a luin shop when BSkad lo do 10 i>> the proprietor on I ber 23 Mr. A. J li Hal tchi 11 bef( ra K ... hum tin' ...-.rt.'i. r • ., dered Mre lo pay a fine of C CITY STREETS STILL CROWDED There Imosl ns much BCtivonence which wa. coinmitled un Jt UM „ |m< o( lh( cu ||rti;1 December 24. The fine u lo b: yesiertny moniln( an on Salurd.i> paid by iiuulnMnu of U IW. pn. the last day before ChrUOnaa month or in defaull three monun Du ,bey Alley and U>u I iim ktommol with hard labour. gtreet were amonR the placeFlrat witneaa wa. Colin Beck.!.. w wrI much buIlncss WM b. Ull t of Black Rock and he ald thai don( ThCT( vendo „ O1 vo g rl able UH )Mket is his. He left II in the 1|nfl (ru| „„ dol u KO<|d „„,,, Blue Lagoon Club. Nelson Slrce.. M(| make Yesterday a cyclist named King ">"• lve '|' P shot down Broad Siroet and rode Winnie noiiblesome and I pest the upraised hand of th. %  ;" 1 1 ^ 1 ' %  "*'* S,, -M Policeman on point duty by the <*£**> *" rearing Canadian Dank of Commerce. King, on finding that he wa • being stnpi>ed bv the policeman. tried to stop alter he hnd passed the) (lineman's hand. ^s&Sj'SS&j'itj'Sir.'Wj'Sii't'SSt'St'i'SSWt'***'**'**** defence Moore v he dirt not know what doing as he had i.<< < %  for some tune > police'. .,, %  Bobby", smilingly and calirnv £ %  aid "GO Ahead. Kmli '••• Ahead! the King can do no wrong." B.C. RICE COMES S.h.-.n.r fhlllp II llavtdW brought. 1,000 bags or rice for Barbados over the VM-.-K DO from Bri-1 n '•%  OUier cargo of this vessel wai tire wood and ehar.o.,1 HllavldsMii is consigned l< Schooner Owners' Aaa0> ,IIK .traUi OCCUrred On ChriMDn_ .i MiBeatrice l lull i S.H Igfll hdl fotieral ,,k place lhe same ..Itemoun in ,,. of a large gathering 111 .town M e t h o.i | s Church Collins whnc hu-sband i msn %  vcars ago Pti >f a crssarful dispositun i In St Michael foraome ,i where with her four .tie .anied on a di niukin^ ,o.tabltshment. I^ter returned 11 spcightstown She was a devout Method!* and her funeral rites were cortm |d I % %  Rev Frank UwflMI Sinleaves to moun. their lo .nghlers Mrs E. D w ttley, Hlaa Venns euuw Nuraa m si MK1I.I ,1Hasel Es'wick and one son esagaea** si, I %  %  'MWtf* Alka-Seltzer '.Ol DA CIIEKSK per lb TABLE BITTI.R per th I'AHI.i. K\1.*INS I th I'kg TCRBW IIATF.S per PhaT MAXWELL IIOl'RE COFFF.i: 1 th Tin < I1IVI KS HASI-HHIH1ES pei tin 1 U I 01) llin Xmn t:rarliprs. Xma Tree DlUlialllBlB, *• %  fta^e. of Chocolates. K. W V Wine*. I'orland %  <•"£ Beer. Stout, tiln. C hampaKiir. Whhkt. Amo-tura Btllem. Imin.il> and thp llnesl brand of Rum T O f K A II K STA.XSFBLO SC9TT A *-. JJUAJI Supple* FOR tha $kk foam Strrnrthi-nins I'laslcr* lluu.hr I -li.olcr I'*l Kidnr> IHshrs -pir.l I | III! I HOOK which makes •• GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN Vfajasa MTIW for une U> Samuel Hubert*. Ui-*\A Book and Traet Hervlfe. la. Central Avenue. Hangar N. 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Thursday

“sr Barbados eas Advocate

Bustamante Wants | | Allies Speed

‘New Deal’ Elections | |
Attacks In N. Korea

Government Defeated on Transport Bill |
(From Our Own Correspondent) nha :
Red Chinese 40,000 Reds Dead
nF. And Wounded

KINGSTON, Dec. 27.
jNDICATIONS that new elections would be held |
Korean Front
TOKYO, Dec. 27.
Says MacArthur UNITED NATIONS aireraft ceaselessly pound-








in Jamaica next year were given tiix evening} -
by the Honourable W. A. Bustamante, “Prime!
Minister’, followine the defeat of his Government |
in the House of Representatives on the vital|
transport issue in the Corporate area when three
members of his party defied threats of party dis-
cipline and voted with the P.N.P. Opposition.







P.N.P. members called for the resignation of the cia ane SUCCESS, Dec a. ing the massing Conymunist ose in a
ener S MacArthur saic t |
Government. today that the Chinese Commune:| orea, had by tonight flown 301 sorties in their
ere inst ata Later, Bustamante terming the

attempt to break wy the Communist offensive in
the areas just north of the 38th parallel following
a night of heavy bombing in clear moonlight.
Below them Communist reconnaissance nore con-
tinued prodding the United Nations line braced
for battle before Seoul, the Southern capital. They
constantly sparred with Allied units in the no-
man's-land between the two main armies.

Otherwise the four-week gen-, a3 sectors uf “the Aled!’ Mont
eral lull prevailed, and the OX | ode a i “Bighth A spokes-
pected large scale Communist | OCS. id - ny
ee, oo oe about 80 miles | “Moderate fighting’ was con-
pele hon nad ne ' “ . pi} Hnuing in the area northeast of
The United Nations Eighth! Ghunchon, where 1,500 North
Army holding the defence line Koreans Were reported surrounded
across the peninsula had been south of the 38th parallel,

: had apparently taken over direct
recalcitrant |=members traitors BRITAIN’S latest in light bombers, the Canberra, which is highly theyry't of by American aviation responsibility tor the whole of the

- intimated he would force General experts. It is reported from America that the U.S. Government #&°* ytly to-begin large purchases North Korean front : ; 6
Asks Adult Elections next year, three years of these aircraft,—L.E.S. 4 - ace ae ye ape ogre 2,
before the time, to have a new wo = . s a

deal Government. Bustamante Faas bs : he Daa r ee ing.
said “Traitors may come and [ K D t EMPIRE PREMIERS Wil [ j He said this in a report to the
Suffr e traitors may go but they never oc ors ] 4 , oe Shoe ae The
return. One member said he is k report referred to the menace of
BBE soviet “| WantMorePay| DISCUSS REARMAMENT | irc
i not be. I have it in my power to y f ‘ ' — Nations lines. The guerilla
orces were estimated at from

hold new elections next year and c
or + ™ il will do just that”. DISCONTENTED LONDON, Dec. 27, 30,000 to 35,000, and it was said

Wotenkn . ; : ame | ere was evidence that their
re ee LONDON, Dec, 21 ence and rearmament will be the main problems activities were controlled by the

GEORGETOWN, Dec. 27. France Refuse Many British doctors’ who oper- for Commonwealth Prime Ministers when they begin their] Communist High Command

- ate the National health plan and 10-day closed door conference in London on January 4, One report estimated that “com-
The Constitution Reform Com most of

an , x a get their income from} Meeting under the continuing anxiety of the internation-|Plete organised” Chinese Com-
mission began taking evidence in B | i { ‘ a . c § 8 \ oC t e internation aa ; Sai i ;

public tein in onder to obtain] DOUA GEL Cuts jigesioce, ate dtcomenied| i siciation, the eonference Will deal with issues say ter [ mnie tetany mre i
people’s views as to the type of their pay based on 1939 data on} DPeyond the Commonwealth itself. It is expected to dis- ’ :





es rh ¥ a b " ‘ with a strength of approximately | strengthened by 100,000 men of The neg acti Seoul so
John Waddington puding wee ing Sees Pee. Ale Ween a living is too low. close some of the strains and stresses in the loose-knit | 250,000 had already crossed into] the Tenth Corps evacuated from fas wale Satrol clash with enidiin
John Waddington opening today’s} Finance Minister Maurice However it is premature, says a Commonwealth relationship. North Korea and attacked United | Hungnam the north-eastern | tiqed Communists yesterday on the
session explained to the crowded|Petsche told the French National spokesman of the professional or- ee ung OUTS oe

Political observers feel that] Nations forces.
India through her Prime Minis- General MacArthur reported
ter Jawaharlal Nehru will play a]that 35,000 people mostly non-



hall that witnesses may be asked |Assembly to-day that the Govern- | ganizations, to speak of “a strike
questions by the Commissiomers,}/Ment refused to accept any of the /against the health service.” Pros-
but this would bé with the object/Cuts proposed by the Finance|pect of mass withdrawals from

beachhead, Lt. General Matthew] north bank of the Imjin River, 30
C. hidgeway in charge of this uni-| miles to the northwest. About 500
fied force was understood to have}to 700 enemy troops in this area









oy eeaining, Cursner cxplanatsontliment budset “of “ses aooanbooultne gece mrogramme is remote | QUIN WME ips dart hs tals, eepean| combatants | were | etimatea to | 220,000 men now under his com- | were tad to be moving south.

» ‘witnesses statements. “These francs a A oe arakes it camber ts Pepeecons 1 raise many controversies, as the] atrocities” by North Koreans. An Battleweary though many of attacking Communist forces in the

questions might sometime appear}! 0° represents France’s|ister Aneurin Bevan feces Sn e SPOT last Commonwealth conference] organisation had been established | these sevape ait, a otiiion tations nokec ok tke Renn

to take an oone view to mae first year’s contribution to the sharp negotiations with aroused discussed the North Atlantic alli- to investigate and detain people said that with “unchallenged air|from the east coast after being
% ie Naerden ar bees ara ee ee Toe Pree tonne doctors. A new organization, the For 12 years: widow De caeeet hens ie Suetews suspected and accused of “con |and sea supremacy and an over- driven back yesterday.—Reuter,

indicative of any views carried cussed in Washington last sum- British Medical Guild, has sug- Amelia Griffiths, 63, kept a on the policy _ affecting ihe. Far ventional war crimes whelming superiority in armour,

i the C ‘aian.” Ly : gested that under certain circum- bottle of whisky in her home || fragt : In another report General Mac-|they could hold out agains e

vt ‘ommission. ‘ ‘The Government intends to}stances doctors drop the health at Pencoed, Wales, just in : Arthur said there had been a} 10,000,000 Chinese if necessary in Reds uestion

Sir John also ane ee ae pangs eee. 08 the adop- service en masse and resume pri- case of emergency. Britain, ‘fndia, Pakistan and} decrease in war crimes and sug-|a& 120 mile perimeter around the .

Essequibe, MacKensie Tamar which, includes 166,000,000 600 fie tig, he Shyablem, woe hor The bottle has just been Ceylon have recognized the Chi-] gested that the Communists arate aegu-Pusan bridgehead in &s P e

mines and other places in order|francs of new taxation including|to do under the health plan the ee ace Seer ae nese Communist government, but] possibly been influenced by_ the} the south U. e risoners

to give residents outside of|an increase in income tax rates. |Guild is the creation of the pow- Australia, New Zealand, South|threat of post war punishment This would create a stalemate



7 i" 5 + ‘ i j reé Africa and Canada have not done —Reuter which observers here say would
e rtunity to]. The general debate started ear-|erful British Medical Association its back in a frozen stream euter. sage Moce case “3 :
connate nase tunity ly this morning. More than 20|and stands parallel to it. It was near Amelia’s house. iis ‘cada ts: ddkaabaatt cl hurt Chinese morals note was IN KOREA
First witness heard today was|Deputies have announced their | necessary to set up the Guild to iat coe ee ee eek Uinionie-Chae a ek wae ee ee TOKYO, Dec. 27
the Honourable Theophilus Iee,|4¢cision to speak. The clause by make the strike threat because night trying to get the horse akg nie, ee ina — pais “of , allies, Russian officers in uniform have
MUO athe web Ger eet jy (lause discussion of the Bill is due jthe | constitution of the British |} out and were considering ||Recogn Sve members of! ON. Can Govern: The Asierioan Air Force esti-lintecbanted Atnorionn’ enenann
a apah anal or universa!!to start to-morrow when no doubt | Medical Association bars it from whether to use a humane e Commonwealth would no 16 sammerioan ft ; . 8

adult suffrage with compulsery|the Government. will put the] trade union activity—c.P. killer when Amelia heard
voting; a Legislative Council con-| question of confidence on each of the horse’s plight.

doubt help towards this.—(C,P.) 7 mated today that it had killed|of war in Korea according to in-
The World
sisting of the Colonial Secreteery,| disputed clause.

or wounded 40,000 Chinese sojformed military sources here,





She took the whisky from Ald far in the Korean wa: An American officer oarearae
; ; aad ; . i iy Force pilots cls »i{by Chinese was release after
‘Financial Secretary and Attormey| The finance Minister described was its hiding place and walked De uties e If Assembly Is Directly Fifth Air t wee pilot claimed queitioning by alakaslaa seca
General as ex-officio members, 27]/the economies and cuts proposed , ronation across the snow-covered p El, ed { to have killed and wounded ne 10 the Sons. > iinet Russians
elected members with property|by the Finance Commission as " field and put the top of the ‘ ect approximately 800 troops in dich an-gatehin have questioned
and literacy qualification for| “unrealistic” and as “very difficult eo a Diba ite: hie’ ames Sit Down Strike NEW YORK, Dec. 27, today s atta is alone they also the Americen at the Chine anata
membership. A Council life of|to realise on the eve of the next tone issing mouth. Albert Einstein is quoted here/ Claimed to have damaged 234) dona) headquarters in Chorwon
five years dissolving earlier omly|general elections.” This brcught One swallow and the TEHRAN, Iran, Dec. 27. | as saying that the United Nations) Uildings, two supply dumps, about 20 miles north of the 38th
by a no-confidence vote of 75 per|Protests from the popular Repub- LONDON, Dec. 27 horse started to kick. Half Sixteeri Deputies and editors|could only become a world Gov.) 0M airfield, one pillbox and 20|haraleL The Russian spoke flaw
cent, of the elected members; an|lican rapporteur of the Finance ThesBBC tonight ‘br ee a the bottle ana he turned Gi bsed to- Iran's. Government}érnment if its Assembly was) °% &!!ts . less English and was said to have
Executive Council consisting of|Commissien, M. Charles Barauge ie onight broadcast an were camped in Parliament to-| directly elected by the le Stunned by the fury of an air|treated the Ameri¢an tn # friend.
ith|2nd from its Socialist Chairman] appeal to everyone in Britain to on his side. A final gulp ‘ P ; This statement | Fats battabk 100° Communists threw ly w
three ex-officio members with M3 R ac give all possible help in the recov- and he heaved himself up- day in the Persian version of a atement by the physicist | ®t Poe Leeched oll GEE 6 aa: ia
seven elected members of the|™: ~e4n Raymon uyon, : Ae athe “ze ‘ sit-down strike, They are pro- W&@S made public last night by| “way their weapons and came The American who made 8
Petsch he C ’s]ery of the historic coronation right and walked up the : y 1 che ip shal licies aid
Legislative Council elected by sche said the Commission’s : f aEOE dl i i tha thes testing recent suppression of op- three Americans on their way to| out of their foxholes with their|report in the last few days si
: .|proposals would produce a total}Stone taken from Westminster a rom the stream un- 2 p |, meeting of world federalists in} hands up at one point in the front|the practice appeared to be one of
secret ballot by elected members:| Gegcit of 89,000,000000 francs in} Abbey. aided, position newspapers for pub-| Geneva Switzerland eee », it was reported assigning Russian officers to each
Ministero, £0.,Pe, deslmated|tye 1951 ordinary and re-arma-| A message from the Dean of considered ‘insulting ever | DY Hinstein's statement contin-| A’ strong concentration of Chin= |Chinese™ divisional headquarters
eine te I ret i * en em ment budgets, which could then| Westminster included in tonight’s pe mcrgy te aeons toy OVER“ T yaa: “The mounting danger of a ‘ regul i‘: tr op Mv 1 reported j the sources added.
ollos, the Governor to nominate] oniy be financed by inflation. news bulletin from London told eae yy je ment officials. totally devastating ¢ tis fape| be 1ieited.- Riera Tolielticerce |. A TOMO spokesmen sald: ie
the chairman of the Council; each eA di oh aan Fats oo said: | the country that King George British Troops Will . idly vanwiaets a 4 eS Thigh, | by, United States Intelligence ae “no eanetiet ” of the alleged
minister subject to removal uPON|upemember that on tl S other cida| Was “greatly distressed by the The Demonstration started on 8 the world that al today to be in the area between
. “Re r that on the r side a ’ a 2

5 world federation Gove . , ,
+ i i 7 ” yy December 20, when three Nation- . zovernment | the Yesong and Imjin Rivers a few
a no-confidence vote by two-thirds}, subtle game is perhaps bei removal of the stone”. B d aR sine ; must be created.” “T. rovide : =

of the elected members; the Gov- Nawear “ae eit fuchvata net}. Radio and tele-printer - e l'ransferre al Front Deputies walked into! such a representative bode ice | miles above the 38th parallel

presence of Russians in Korea.
—Reuter.

ne : arli fs , h body is the] ik ced witt Nort!
ernor to have reserve powers with j f iat ili sages warned all British police ‘ Parliament, and announc ed they | main objective of the Geneva con. | LheY were mixed with no North
matters concerning public order, faa tun fae ier ae stations today to watch for a To Atlantic Pact Army would stay there until Govern-| vention,” MEY GOT Korean formations and w ere be-
public faith and good Government jjegration of the state, inflation can |Stolen yellow painted motor lorry LONDON. D a9 ment attacks against the Press lieved to be operating under a
which he shall exercise with the! provide the easiest chance of vic- |i" the hunt for the historic British t il “a “~ __| Stopped. ie fe msn hee sat eanats y

assent of the Executive Council or|tory.” coronation stone missing from ish troops wil e trans-| They were later joined on their |OUTPOST REC Chinese forces were around Yun-
failing that with the approval of| “Between the path of effort and, Westminster Abbey. ferred to the Atlantic Pact army| sit-down in Parliament. They APTURED chon six miles above the parallel

TELL THE ADVOCATE
—Reuter,



unified command The main| THE NEWS
Ring 3113 Day or Night.
1

sr THE ADVOCATE



the| sacrifi t -| _ Police suspect Scottish Nation- |immediately General Dwight D.)/cannot be molested even though ae ai north-east of Seoul PAYS F ‘
eae of ‘State for Sear aa ead te emo ee ee a alists of having taken away the|Eisenhower sets up his command,|the Government is sorely dis- the: Nor’ SAIGON, Dec, 27, Light and scattered activity | ” a oes
= effort and sacrifice as the Gov-/1,100-year-old Scone stone from]a Ministry of Defence spokesman | pleased. | ie Northern outpost of Daghuc| took place in the central and east- |

said in London to-day. Editors are carrying on their| °@Ptured by Vietnam forces 24

ernment has done. Th ountry|Place under the seat of the 7 ae
: pe Bee He added that tne British forces|publishing business as usual, hav-| 2048 ago was recaptured by |

4 ” Coronation Throne in the Abbey.
Algiers Motor Rally SR Pe ORME a8 TS hey The lorry was stolen on Decem-
- r ; ber 23 from a factory yard in



to be placed at General Eisen-|ing transferred their offices to the Prepth foross ba this morning
hower’s disposal, would include] Parliamentary Press Rooms.—(P)| ted ‘ fed atteck
gg Sr gre one ee ar’ a concerted attack on

; is outposts in the Phucyeh Pulo
area about 50 miles north of





: Glasgow —Reuter,
Begins To-da as a
sali y __ | Holy Door Closed | | ;
The Aimee to Capsttaen rally, | VATICAN CITY, Dee, 27. Truman Wil! Talk
one of the most strenuous motor-; Workmen of Saint Peter’s Bas-
ing trials in the world will begin |ilica to-day completed the walling} On Europe Defence
tomorrow from four points, Turcis,|"P of the Holy Door begun by the
Algiers, Oran and Casablanca. Pope himself on Christmas eve, WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.

and placed a big bronze cross iii President Truman in his “State
The 46 competitors are expected|the centre of the wall, of the Union” Message next week







many, Australia and Trieste.
Although no immediate official| Hanoi,

‘ritish statement was made on! the aids aah ad

the matter, it was understood that| | POCKET CARTOON beets “ina eee Pees ee

British forces would be included! | by QSBERT LANCASTER outpost of Binhlieu was stili

in the Atlantic army and a for-!| ae under Vietnam attack this morn

mal announcement made as soon| TST1C ing .

as the constitutional procedure! BAAS A column was moving up t

¥ i ri €

ty reach Capetown on February 22) In the first half of January alis expected to reaffirm United net Deen See a i « ECANRD'

after covering 9,050 miles. box will be deposited in the wal!| States determination to defend Gee |
|



GILBEYS
Spanish Wines







reinforce the garrison there.





Reuter.





aa
AFRICAN PRINCE IN BG. |

(From Our Own Corre pondent) |



Of those taking part, 32 <«re}containing a complete set of Holy| Western Europe against Commu-
French including Moroccans amd)Year medals and documents re-| nist aggression. Particular atten- ° : fi

Tunisians, two are American, twolcording the events of the 25th) tion will be paid to this part of Six Charges
Belgian, two Swiss, one is &|Holy Year, his message because of the appeal r
Egyptian and one is a South Afrl-| Pope Pius to-day received in! of the former Republican Presi- |SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Dec. 27,
can, / general audience in the Hall of; dent Mr. Herbert Hoover for a] Pedro Albizu Campos 63-year- |
—Reuter- |Benedictions about 7,000 pilgrims, contraction in United States com-|]old Nationalist Party Leader of
from European countries, the,;mitments outside the western|the October 31 revolt heard six

. charges against him read in Court

to-day. They include, attack with

intent to kill. Subversive activities

and four violations of laws re- |
quiring registration of firearms. |
He was given 15 days to reply to |
the charges. The charge of attack
with intent to kill was based on
the wounding of a detective in
police cordon which surrounded




> Quality as
) shipped to

, GEORGETOWN,
Eze Anganwu Ogueri grandson

of King Nwokoro of Obibi Terri-







tory Nigeria arrived in British
Guiana tonight On a seven-day
visit as the guest of the Britisi
Guiana branch of the League «o
Coloured Peoples. Eze received :
royal welcome by the negro popu
lation and was escorted into the
City from the airport in a trium
phal procession of motor cars and
cycles,

JAMAICA SWEEP

United States, Brazil and Argen-| hemisphere. At the same time

Expensive Dog Nite: President Truman may indicate

During to-day’s audience the Doh ceutelae tnt them ap tees
DENVER, COLORADO, Dec, 77. |Pope blessed the foundation stone frearmament programmes to the

A woman is suing Paramount)of a Catholic university to b pace of current United States re-

Pictures for $125,000 for the loss|puilt in Rio De Janeiro.



armament,—Reuter,

past fifty
years. ,

of her dog used in the Bing —Reuter.



Crosby film ‘‘The Emperor Waltz.”



Mrs. Florence Peschel of \ 44: S,
Denver in her suit says the DRIVER KILLED t Griffis Nowe ¥ i
movie company rented her trained , 2. dene Ambassador 0 opal
fox terrier “Tippy” and used ROME, Dec. 27. | WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.








Albizu Campos in his home during Pog
the rebellion.——(CP) 7 A



him as a foil for Bing Crosby in| A driver was killed and about} The White House announced . hol Miss Penny

a es a + oper ym + p ¥ (From Our Own Correspondent)
the film, Mrs. Peschel’s lawyer|50 passengers were injured to-|today that Mr. Stanton Griffis - ! uring juel cuts ponder
said “this thing is a real tragedy.” day when ore eet ego head} would be nominated as ambassa- Jet Plantes Stand By | and Erie's Aiseses Mudhiede of neds te
Mrs. Peschel is described as “‘ajon at great spe on a slippery 3 nay me amaica
childless eeeaa” who “lowes|highway near Palestrina, 20 miles} when the new Congress convened NEW YORK, Dec. 27. in t! Christmas Sweepstake went 1



All-weather jet planes are
guarding New York and the in-
dustrial coast of the United

residents of the South Caribbea:
ors One of the three first prizes «!|
$15,250 went to Waverly Syndicat

this dog.” —Reuter. southeast of Rome.—Reuter.

KEEPING COOL

in January.—Reuter,

These include





States on a 24-hour stand-by i in care of I. C, Edwards, Kettly |
Te f alert, the American meteorological! | Girl Drowned Street, British Guiana, | toe f
nv GC , ‘ office stated tonight. The jets| From Our Own Correspondent) prizes of $5.750 went to J. J | 9
F-48 with a service ceiling of KINGSTON, Dec. 27. Waithe, 54 Edward Street, Port-o ae
45,000 feet are equipped with The Christmas season passed off |Spain, Trinidad with several oth

dor to Spain by the President

radar and devices to give them quietly here with a few accidents. | prizes going to St. Kitts, Barbado

extra power for combat or faster| One fata] accident occurred when]| Trinidad, and other colonies in tl

climbing, the Air Force said a ten-year-old girl was drowned Boxing Day draw at Knutsfo
—Reuter.| while crossing a swollen r ver. Park

U.S. COAST GUARDS LAY DOWN —
NEW SECURITY RULES

,. WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 that they followed the Communist dition, or has engaged in espion-
The Coast Guard to-day laid party, programme—threatened a age or sabotage.
down new security rules to kee Strike unless regulations



& SHERRY |

You can enjoy

PORT |
|
|

: .
ne pro- People employed, “or subjec them again in
eee away from ports.and posed a month ago were changed. to the influence of a foreign Gov
ayene e:nment under — circumstance c tit
These were ordered for imme They contended that the “secu- which may jeopardize the securi! greatest quantity

diate effect by Commandant Onel rity card.” should be cCenied only
in the face of a strike threat xt to people convicted of, or known
west coast ports, embarkation to be trained for spying or saho-

interests of the United State
are also debarred

4



points for men and supplies to tage. Other people to be rejected GARDINER AUSTIN SA Co., Ltd.
Korea The new provisions now put include members or recent ex :
Heads of two unions—both of into effect, deny cards if there is members, affiliates and associate
a which were expelled from the “reasonable grounds for the of any totalitarian fascist con
-

; Congress of Industrial Organi- belief” that the applicant has munist or “subversive” organisa
| .. YOUNGSTERS enjoy a game of cricket om the wide beach at Rockley, Christ Church. Sations this year, on the grounds committed acts of treason or ge- tions,—Reuter,


PAGE TWO



LOWER and orchid growers

have until March 17th, 1951
to get their exhibits ready for a
flower show which the Horticul-
tural Society are having on that
date at Q *s Park.

Marriea Yesterday
ME JOSEPH WALLA, Jnr., and
Miss Grace Calvin, two
Americans living in Venezuela
who arrived here over the week-
end by B.W.LA., were married
BARS Gewch, séncnohe Lene 2s
emmo e, Fr.
A. Parkinson, »erformed the cere-

ony.
aoe ee a wee honey-
at the iew Hote!
where the recep’ which toc’
the form of a lun: Party was
held after the ce: ny. Among
those invited were . A. V. Ny-
Ten, American Vice Consul and
Mrs. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Lewis, Fr,A. Parkinsm, Mr. and
Mrs. John Simmons, Mi. anda Mrs.
Laffan Mr. ana Mrs. Wilcox.
Mr. Walla is a Geologist with
one of the Oil Companies in
enezuela and his wife
a school teacher at the school in
The Chief's Son
Wwe at the year’s end, Lord
McGowan Reaves the chair-
manship of Imperial Chemical In-
dustries his family’s active associ-
ation with the business will end.
For neither of his sons works with
the ve
But one of them, the Hon. Wil-
iam McGowan, now an insurance
broker, can fairly claim that he
owes his life to LCI. After being
up fighti in the
East, he became the first
Allied soldier to be treated with
penicillin.

At that time LC, had almost
ed experiments with the
new drug. It was decided to make
the supreme practical test on the
chairman's gravely wounded son.
A supply was flown out to
Africa, and for days the drug
was ied.
Bill McGowan recovered, and
had arrived as the war's
grea life-saver,

ith T.L.L.

Ame on Christmas Lay

from Trinidad to spend a holi-
day with his parents was Mr.
John Lenagan, son of Major and
Mrs. Denis Lenagan of “‘Dona
Zoyla”, Rockley. John is with
Trinidad lLeaseholds Ltd., in
Pointe a Pierre.

Footballer and Cricketer
At present holidaying here is

Mr. Roger Blackman, Barba-
dian Intercolonial footballer and
cricketer who is at present living
in Trinidad, Roger has been in
Trinidad for several years but still
comes over periodically for a holi-
day. is wife and two children
accompanied him.

Mr, kman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs, H. D. Blackman of
Christ Church. E

Annual Dinner
members of No, 6 Club of
the Girls’ Industrial Union,
held their annual dinner at Hotei
oyal, Hastings, Christ Church, on
esday hight.
i a of honour were Mr.

ubrey Douglas-Smith, Dr. H, G.

‘ummins, M.C.P., Miss J. Ross
and a B. Broomes. a

were rs. .

aybeniias’ Riss P. Bymmonds, Mr. A
iy’ Mr. N. Symmonds, dls
Husbands, Miss P. Harper, Mrs. Aor
Mr, E. R. McLeod, Mr. D. ‘Pil-

Miss F. Rice, Mr. C. Riee, Mr. and
K Jones, Mr. and Mts. Frank

berbateh, bic. Mebennes, Mise
rl . . onney, Ss,
Arthur, Miss

Mrs’ H. G. Cummins, Miss A. Cummins.
Mr , Miss N. McCaskie, Capt

A.
L. id, Mr. E. Weir, and Miss G
Cumberbateh.

BY THE WAY

A MAN who grew weary of
the crowing of a cockerel
by t fixed a bit of wood
above its perch. When the bird
raised its head to crow, it banged
it against the bit of wood, and
the crowing died on its lips.

To stop his cockerels crowing
by day Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve), of Utrecht, fitted
each bird with a kind of brass
umbrella-shapeq hat. This was
suspended on deélicate wires
above the bird’s head. When it

to crow, the wires, con-
nected by tiny string pulleys to
the muscles of its throat set in
motion a cardboard lever. As the
t muscles contracted this
lever released a catch on the
s hat, which opened slowly
like an umbrella, and descended
over the bird’s head, thus muffling
the noise. When the crow was
over, a spring clicked back, and
the hat rose and closed of its
Own accord, thus freein e
bird’s head. es
Moving About
T a a visitors to next
year’s Festival must have been
interested to read that those for
there is no accommoda-
tion in the bomb shelters may
be housed in London’s military
barracks; and, I suppose, in
back-garden shelters in the
suburbs. The troops could be
moved to police stations, ana the

rr ett en,

Correct Fitting,

A A A A AT SL PTT

A

of styles for broad and n
these precious service

a ne a es




‘4 suppose it is rather bright
—but | gust eouldn’t refuse
rry.”

Ha



Eventually
M®* JUSTICE MANNING whe
was a Judge at the Victoria
Law Courts, B.G., and is now sta-
tioned in St. Vincent, is now holi-

daying in Barbados accompanied

by his wife

Mr. Justice Manning has seen
service abroad in many parts of
the British Empire including Mom-
bassa, Nyasaland and other parts

of Africa as well as Palestine.

He has paid several visits to
Barbados and eventually hopes to

retire here. They are staying at
Cacrabank

Sugar and Oil
ME. BARRY FISHER, Caroni

Ltd’s., Accountant who was

holidaying at Cacrabank, has re-
turned to Trinidad. Mr. Peter
Thurston who was also holidaying
there has returned to Trinidad
where he is an Engineer with
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd., in
Pointe a Pierre,

Barbadians Come Home

EVERAL Barbadians came
home for Christmas over the
weekend, Mr. Lisle Webster, who
is in charge of Bovell and Skeete’s
office in Grenada, arrived on Sat-
urday.

Mr. Malby Trimmingham, Miss
Sheila Lewis and Miss Nell Farm-
er came in on the Trinidad
flight on Saturday. Mr. Trimming-

ham has since returned to Trini-
dad,

Mr. Robert Macdonald, though
not a Barbadian, although he has
lived for meny years here, arrived
from Trinidad on Saturday by
B.W.1.A. to spend Christmas
with his mother, Robert is with
the Canadian Bank of Commerce

in Port-of-Spain,

Two Trinidadians, Allan Vieira
and Andre Jardine, apparently

refer Barbados to Trinidad.
hey were also on the Saturday
morning flight from Trinidad. Mr.
Theo Alleyne is back in Barbados.

He returned from Grenada over gr
the week-end. He will manage

Newcastle Estate in St. John.

New Administrative
Secretary

M*: C. A, GROSMITH, O.B.E.,
newly appointed Adminis-
trative Secretary to the Comptrol-
ter for Development and Welfare |
in the West Indies, last week said |
King, Mr. and Mrs. P. Browne, Mr. and ,Soodbye to his colleagues at the

f Colonial Office as he prepared to
G. Winter, Mr. O. Harris, leave for his new job.

Cay.



e « « BY BEACHCOMBFR

police to the newer Government
offices. Displaced civil servants
could be billeted on householders,
Any visitors left over might sleep
in disused railway carriages in
railway sidings, or in broke.
buses, lorries, kennels, hen-
houses, and rabbit-hutches. Only
868 shopping days to Christmas
1951. High water at London
Bridge, 8.16 a.m., 4.28 p.m.
Size in collars, 174. Watch-key

number 64768 G,

Old Occurrence

T a coneert the other night a
+ man in the stalls got up and
tapped the conductor on the
Shoulder, while a lady was play-
ing the violin. He said in a loud
whisper, “Is it the lady who’s
making that noise?” “Of course
not,” said the conductor irritably.
“It’s her violin.” “Thanks awful-
ly” said the man, and left
the theatre roaring with laugh-

ter.

Oh, I Say, Look Here!

WHO in my time havea
crossed and re-crossed some
forty-two thousand seven hun-
dred and _ thirty-one Pyrenean
passes, was particularly entranced

It is under-
stood that he is coming out by the
Golfito which leaves England to-




Children’s Party

H JGH SCOTLAND of Trinidad,

Secretary of the 77 Cultural

and Social Club, arranged a
Christmas Party for 200 coloured
children in London. He secured
the free services of some European
and celoured artistes in London to
entertain the children “This
party” says Hugh, “is always one
of the annual highlights of our
Club’s activities”’.

Bewildered Calypsonian
ORD KITCHENER, King of
Calypsonians, was bewilder-

ed; he reeeived too many invita-
tions “to sing calypsoes” during
the festive season in England. “My
real headache” says Kitchener,

was this--I didn’t know which to

accept and which to refuse”. So he
tried to be present everywhere
Lord Kitchener may soon become
“ubiquitous Kitch”.

Liaison Officer

R. CHARLES MILLS, West

Indies Liaison Officer at the
Colonial Office, says that he has
been busier than ever during the
past few weeks. With the Uni-
versities on holiday, many stu-
dents from the Provinces have
eome to London and nearly all of
them are desirous of seeing
Charlie about one thing or the

other. “The pressure at the office
is great,” says Charlie, “but we do

our best to help everyone.”

Rootes’ Agent
RRIVING on, Friday after-
noon by B.W.LA. from

Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Reid and their daughter,
who came over for Christmas.
Mr. Reid is a_ director of
Messrs. H. E. Robinson and Co.,
Ltd., who are agents for the
Rootes Group in ort-of-Spain.
They are staying at the Hotel
Royal

Returning In January
RS. FLOR URIBE and her
grand-daughter Marie Flor
Alacon have returned to Vene-
zuela. Marie Flor, who is a pupil
of che Ursuline Convent is the
daughter of Dr, and Mrs. Alacon
of Caracas. They hope to return
to Barbados in January.

B.B.C. Radio Programme

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1050

7 am. The News, 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Sporting Record, 7.30
a.m. Music Magazine, 7.45 a.m. Bertrand
Russell, 8 am. From the Editorials, 8.10
“&.m, Programme Parade, 8.15 a.m. Janetta
McStay, 8.30 a.m. Books to Read, 8.45
a.m. British Masterpieces, 9 a.m. Close
Down, 12 (noon) The News, 12.10 p.m.
News Analysis, 42.15 p.m. Programme
Parade, 12.18 p.m. Ldésteners’ Choice,
1 p.m. Life in Britain, 1.15 p.m. Radio
Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. Ray’s a Laugh,
2 pm. The News, 2.10 p.m. Home News
from Britain, 2.15 p.m. Sports Review,
2.30 p.m. Ring up the Curtain, 3.30 p.m,
We beg to differ, 4 p.m. The News, 4.10
p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Paul
Temple and the Vandyke Affair, 4.45
p.m, The Cathedral Organs, 5 p.m.
Listeners’ Choice, 5.15 p.m,. Programme
Parade, 5.30 p.m. Light Orchestral Music,
545 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter,
é@ p.m. A) alia vs. England, 6.20 p.m.
Interlude, p.m. From the third ‘0-



We see ae p. mer ret ia
sell, 8 p.m. 5 0]

Think on these things, mm. Lite in
Britain, 845 p.m. Kathleen Recrritt, 9.30
p.m. London Forum, 10 p.m. The ton
10.10 p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.m.
Vanessa Lee, 10.45 p.m. Special Dispatch.
lt p.m. What the Londoner Doesn't
Know.

CROSSWORD





Across

1. Lowk cautiously for this chirp)

sound. (4)

3 and 6 Down. Stored, (10)

i. Look upon as silly, (8)

0. Pudding. (4)

1, Both the bad tad and the bath-
ing belle may get it. (7)

2. Old English gold coin. (4)

4. Step backwards, (4)

5 Removes portions of fluid from

vesse, to vessel. (7)

7. A long stride gives this. (4)

18. Proves a mistake was made. (5)
1, Briefly No, 3 in the ring. (3)

2. Costs a penny to see the river

at twilight. (4)

a4. Money a rail ? s*)

4 super change. )

6. Thoroughbred Arabian camel. (9)

Down

Comes out of his portal to go
his rounds, ‘er 2. Coop ye (3)

and ¥. Pretentious but insignifi-
cant fellow. (7-7)

Student pastime. (3)

They were laid somewhere, (4)

See 3 Acvruss.

Ails or goes to sea. (6)

See ¢ wh.

It's a nasty look (5)

Willingly. (4)

This era is a pavement tiie. (4)

Fifty more and it would belong
to the country. (4)
Antiquated, (3)

Never try to pass one. (8)

A solution in tteelf (a)

ESUSomsor & Pp

BSE —eee
exc





Solution of vesterday » puec Necross:
1. Demeanour: 6, Oil: BR Menute, 21,
Gigantic: 15, Neglect qd, 15,

+ s : . . + 20. ei, 26 obliwor;
to read in a piece of travel lit- BY" fipe: 98 toa: Ys.’ dep 2B’ Down:
erature the following statement] 2. EuE® ota sidcsltnde: 7, Thue:
about Spain: Cut off from the] 4%) 4. Out: 3. Rectitude: 7, Ne ross,
rest of Europe by the Pyrenees TA ie igh ee os -
which have only two passes, , . _| Void: 21, Lary: 93.

aa ape, pitino, Pilly (neta



E vans and
Whitfields

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EMPIRE CLUB
DANCE

Under the Distinguished
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In aid of Tour to Grenada,
AT BANK HALL,
on SATURDAY, Dec. 30th
Music: Perey Green's
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CASUARINA CLUB

jnounce

NEXT SATURDAY,
with Bertie iayward's
Orchestra,

Year's Day),
a Special Attraction from
10—12 p.m
THE KATZENJAMMER

(Trimidad’s Juvenile Steel
Band) .




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CINDERELLA

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“CINDERELLA*

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On
FRIDAY 29TH & SATURDAY 30TH 9.30 am., 1.30, 4.45 &
8.30 p.m. and continuing daily at 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
Also the Color Short

SEAL FSLAND”~

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Last Two Shows TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. (RKO Radio)
“ Samuel GOLDWYN presents ** QU VERY Own”

with Farley GRANGER Ann BLYTHE—Others
Also Jan AUGUST in “PIANO RHYTHM”





SRECrAS MAT, TO-DAY 130 p.m. Extra Special Notice |
Two New Pictures (Monogram) FRIDAY & een ewe

4 sHOWS
Leo GORCEY & Bowery Boys in 9.40 mam,—Ldeoaas & 8.30 p.m,
“DOCKS of NEW YORK”

and
Robert MITCHUM in
“AND 8O THEY WERE
MARRIED”

and continuing Daily
Walt DISNBEY'S
“CINDERELLA”
also The Color Short
“SEAL ISLAND”





at 4.30 Show—Save your Half Tickets



Last ‘Holiday Hamper” Saturda:
—

PLAZA Theatre = OISTIN

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. (Warner Double)
“KING'S ROW” and “CONFLICT”






FRIDAY and SATURDAY 5 & 8.80 p.m. (Warner Double)
David Niven & Jane WYMAN in “KISS IN THE DARK" &
George BRENT in “GOD'S COUNTRY and the WOMAN
ea Midnight Show Saturday 0th (2 new Pictures)
Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys in Johnny Mack BROWN i:
“BOWERY BOMBSHELL & “LAND OF THE LAWLESS

Last Holiday Hamper” Sat. 30th at 8.30 Show Save your Half Tickets.

GAHTETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

Last Show TONITE 8.50 (Warners Double) s
L L 8 WERS”" a WALKING DEAD’
ene een (Not suiable for Children)

MEDNITE Sat. 30th, (2 new
Friday & Saturday 8.30 p.m. Pictures

John LOVES MARY Leo GORCEY & the East Side Kid

Ronald REAGAN and MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN
“ E IMINAL” and

1 eee toe TEX RITTER with his horse
Lin

with Sally GRAY and WHITE FLASE
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TO-NIGHT at 4.30
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in “CASABLANCA”

A Warner Bros. Picture.





Commencing FRIDAY 20th - - -

RKO's Sensational New Thriller

“THE WINDOW”

with BOMNBY DRISCOLL
emy Award Picture

TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 P.M. ONLY

“THE HOUSE OF DRACULA”
“THE MUMMY'S TOMB"

LON CHANEY & JOHN CARRADINE

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on SUNDAY.

To-day and Tomorrow—




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Allan “Rocky Lane and

His Stallion, Black Jack
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ORCHESTRAS

CLUB MORGAN

The Regular Club Morgan Orchestra

Arnold Meanwell and His Orchestra

2 =< SNR I” i a Spiga ~~~; vagitya

FOR DANCING FROM 9 P.M.
THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT
2s dS VA HE 6 > #9
TURKEY—CHICKEN—OR STEAK DINNERS
Served from 8 to 11.00

SUPPER AT ANY TIME
HATS ! BALLOONS ! NOISEMAKERS !

To Greet The New Year

DINNER 3.50 DIAL 4000 DANCE 1.00





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ROYAL

Last Two Shows
4.30 and 8.30.
20th Century Fox Double—

EMPIRE

To-day and Tomorrow,
4.45 and 8.30.

June Haver and Lon
McCallister in

**“Scudda Hoo
Seudda Hay~

in

*The House on
92nd St.°°
with .

Lieyd Nolan and Anna-
bella.

OLYMPIC

Last Two Shows To-day

Mildred Joanne



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4.30 and 8.15.



and 8.15.
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Rober! Rockwell and Bar-
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Santa Fe* ** Unmasked”

» and.

and
** Tarnished ”’ “Law of the
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with .
Monte Hale and Paul Hurst.

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to all our
Customers and
Friends Best Wishes
for a Very Happy
New Year

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Many than any real increase fay > Red meeiene ie ae Russia (via the Trans-Siberian help or that Mao would want to EW: (MPROVED TRADE MARK
@ peace or war potential. © Gommunist alliance into an equal railway) and Indo-China are put Soviet technicians in key CAPLETS tp the os St ewade mark
a caraine a primitive, over parthar’ ae Weddin nk ee eegemunte ioe, mato traffic, and positions throughout China. ODEX SOAP ge hts. Ge Come'd
yulated, under-developec 7 @€asily vulnerable to air attack
try which has been torn by flee hae Give tie, Secale = Inside Chima, there are fewer 5 Mao hopes that the whole
since 1931. But she has all

Matural resources to become

Olossus—given 50 years of 1 With 4,000 miles of coast- air defence of her own, years WITHOUT open, general Qe Banishes perspiration odour
e. line, China has no adequate navy : war. He wants to be in a posi-
tal war with the United to defend her vital sea outlets — 3 Her main workshop and tion to transport and use its © Leaves body sweet and dalaty
se f the Canton; Foochow, Shanghai, arsenal area, in Manchuria, is an petroleum, rubber, sugar, alum- : i i ,
ivy eee the indefnite Tsing-tao, Tientsin, and Dairen easy target for enemy bombers. inium, manganese, and iron ore, Odex makes a deep cleansing lather that

DECEMBER

28,

1950

LER INDO 4
\ CHINA

his mind:—

—and so reap the fruits of any

Dairen
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S S, Lady Rodney, 4, 907 tons net, Capt
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S S. Cottica, 2,312 tons net, Capt. Burat
from Funchal

S.S, Oranjestad, 2,850 tons net,
Hazelhoff, from Christobal

SS. Inventor, 3,840 tons net,
Beyant, from Liverpool

Sehooner Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, from British Guiana

DEPARTURES

Schooner Gloria Henrietta, 55 tons net
Capt. Glynn, for St Vincent

Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net
Capt MeQuilkin, for St. Lucia

SS Alcoa Pilgrim, 3,931 tons net, Capt
Haagensen, for St Vincent

S S. Cottica, 2.312 tons net, Capt. Burst
for Trinidad

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And wish you a Prosperous
1951

THE LISMORE AGENCY
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¢ 7 es i a
Bottles Fenders Damaged American Column
nes : , > of the rear fenders of the
‘ESH from their three-day One of. : or
after a few weeks of travell- car X.522 was damaged yester- e re S e
about the country to get bot- day morning at about 10.45 when
to sell to aerated drink it became involved in an acci-
ars, bottle traders are again aent with the van M.594 along

eting the many bottles that
used over the holidays.

Lower Bay Street. The car is the
property of Dear’s Garage while
the van which is owned by God-
dard & Sons, was being driven
by A. Hewitt. The car was being
driven by Arthur Chase.

Scotch?

From Newell Rogers

they went about the districts
wday, their call was, “any
es for the bottle buyers?”

bottle trader told the Advo-



NEW YORK.

; scarcity. So they hoard in fear of

yesterday that always after —- ‘i oe the midst of the shopping controls, of rationing, of shortage
stmas she could buy over 300 ush, a business mystery dev:|- SPRING FROCKS are to be
gill bottles from a district CALF 7O LBS AT BIRTH ead tonight—the strange case of shorter and tighter, Dressmakert
bout 25 residents. Those are _ ‘he missing Scotch. agree that the stylish Amerie
y sold at six cents a dozen. A bull calf when weighed in Not just one case, but millions woman must be tempted inte
Said that it is just before and shortly after birth yesterday of bottles, throwing away her old loug
‘Christmas that the bottle morning, registered 70 pounds, It

Imports of Scotch this year ave
the largest since th > re peal of Pro.
hibition, more than 7,500,000 bot-

dresses and buying new models,
MONOPOLIES are hit in a Bit)

#is at is best. is owned by Everdene Alieyne of

Eagle Hall, St. Michael.

————

passed in the Senate by 55 votes to
€ said that women of her tles above 1949, 22. Tne 1k mtn
; : ; - yy ‘ keep- M 22 ne law, if also passed by the
® deal Bg three-gill _ BP fogs ato ree ee Yet little more is going dow! House “of Representatives, fe
because B.B.C. and coca-cola ing * ser a Pts American throats than last year. forbid a corporation to buy. (ne
@s are usually returned by the Advocate that it is seldom that orbid poration y. |

trink sellers to the makers of In some cities, drinkers cannot


































































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Po i 2 ssets of a rival if the deal reduce
iw “aeinine * en ae ah pp By find their favourite branc areamenttan. Br eae in Nice .
Been weight, he said, was 40 to 45 res £ Sex A ad xe’ SECRET AGENTS of the Fe
cotchn . “ stigati i
MMONWEALTH BEAT °."°* Says Harry Lourie, vice-presi-, America's Scotland Yard adjouro
The mother of the calf is a = sei the Liquor. Importers’ oq gq crime detection class {¢é Look what this
' Holstein. ssocia ron, in an offic ial report round liceme hey led their ; ; ;
IGAL GOVERNOR'S x! “The ineredsed ‘Import figures cv Sein wo a dsngstore and auveste| — ACisthesremetwck | WAY g-TON 10 Horse-Power
‘ALCUTTA, India, Dec. 26 Seen not justify the conclusion ‘thal Gq “Mad Dog” Glen Wright, a i ah La rays hace . ’
@ Commonwealth cricket gy oo: increase in thease deubstantio! gunman and one of the country’s] — Youthadmititsetsanew | MORRIS COMMERCIAL has got. White clothes are whiter — coloureds are y
t defeated the cn 5 Canadian Rates otter, aaah ane oa ten most wanted criminals — peers an Dene POUR Yee 1 Norength ronerve" brighter, with the rich lather of Rinso! //
oa Lira ; : as aiaivae iteli ed’ fx Hat inder et 0 n
Brickets: ‘ne hoventer’s XT Of Exchange Well, I have been interviewing | SHOW BUSINESS: Only two of} (au ts. a faster road schedules, for operation over Easy and gentle, Rinso washes thoroughly
all out for 105 ng whisky salesmen. Said one: “I’m Broadway’s eight newspaper critics 2 Car-style driving cab Chassis designe to — it floats out dirt in record time! Dishes
i ae ‘ hiding from my customers. They vote Yes for Benjamin Britten’? - cargy rated load with 2 08 @ Bew VA
we Commonwealth team Reg THRO are mobbing me for Christnias show, “Let’s Make ais Opera,” Half 3 plenty ieee et ad s a € sparkle too, when washed "
fi had led by 5 runs on the 62 1/10% pr. Cheques on Scotch We haven’t been able iv of the Noes object to the spoken’ fu toom for three projects into cal ne inRinso. So if you wanteasier,quickerand ig cS
innings, knocked up the nec- ee ®1 1/10% pr. fill orders since August.” part; the other half dislike the Accessibility of en Helse, Bbes all Peaae @ better washing results— use only Rinso! . Ee
runs for the loss of one Toate 80.98% pr The salesmen suspect—and | musical part pHs eae ¥ gine and components 49 Builtein step to rE
E Slane Dratte GC i08 pr. think they are right—that the ""'The erties are unanimous on the| The new 70 horss~ | ficeiuiyameres. 10 i br tu RINSO for all your wash !
63 1/10% pr. Cable Scotch has gone underground, farewell concert of Sir Thomas gives ‘in abondance of Bean ten At i a e
St innings scores were: Gov- 6! 6/10% pr. Currency ae 5 a0 pr. It is in the cellars of public Beecham and the Royal Philhat- power and positive moving parts. brakes sive ssmooth, <-R 235-800-858
#s XI 166, Commonwealth Se al Coupons oes non pr. houses, restaurants, and hotels monic Orchestra. Their verdict — acceleration. g 6 Eixtrasprings comein- 49 vee capecity fuel (biden tenatitins
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BARBADOS > ADVOGKTE

Printed «7 the Adveentse Ca,, Lid.. Broad St. Bridgetown.
nS ny

Thursday, December 28, 1950

GOOD METHODS

DURING the debate in the Legislative
Council on the resolution to provide funds
for the completion of the St. Leonard’s,
Coleridge and Parry Schools and the Pine
Housing Scheme a note of caution was
sounded by Hon. H. A. Cuke. He advised
that we should take stock of the good
methods which had been adopted in the
past, find out in what way they were bene-
ficial, and, where necessary stick to them.

This raises another point which might
well be adopted in dealing with the ex-
penditure of public funds. There should
be a Finance Committee comprising mem-
bers of the House of Assembly to examine
resolutions and bills which have been re-
ferred to a Committee. This committee
would have it in their power to co-opt any
member of the public or of any other body
who could contribute anything to their
investigations.

This-suggestion has been made because
of the obvious lack of scrutiny of the votes
from the Treasury to the Architect ond
Planning Officer who was allowed to erect
these schools and houses without the
supervision of the Public Works Depart-
ment. The result has now been seen.

If these votes had been subjected to
thorough examination by a Committee of
the House it would have been realised that
the estimates were too low. If the votes
had been subject to the practical handling
of the staff of the Public Works Depart-
ment it would have been seen that, judg-
ing by similar votes in the past, they







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ADVOCATE

“The Red Threat In|

Latin Ameriea”™

By MALCOLM JOHNSON

WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.
Intensified communist activity
in Latin America is regarded
today as a serious threat to the

security of the United States.

The situation is such, in view
of the world crisis, that Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson has
called for a conference of the
Foreign Ministers of the 2!
American Republics constituting
the organization of American
tates.

In calling the conference ic
diseuss further economic, politi-

cal and military co-operation,
Acheson warned that the “ag-
gressive policy of international!

communism, carried out through
its satellites, has brought about
a situation in which the entire



THIS is the
highlighting 4

first of five
little-realised

articles

phase
of the worldwide communist drive
against democracy—the Red threat
in Latin America. Existence of this
threat to hemispheric solidarity in
the present crisis has been under-
scored by Secreta: ot State Dean
Acheson in his call for a meeting
of the Foreign Ministers of 21 Ameri-
can Republics to discuss measures
of meeting it.

Maicolm Johnson, writer of these
articles, is a Pulitzer Prize Winning
Reporter of National renown He
went for his facts to the highest
diplomatic and intelligence sources
in Washington, including the men
dealing specifically with Lat‘
American affairs as they affect .ne
United States This series points
out and explains how communist
activities spell danger for the United
States in the current emergency



Througi tireless agitation they
are generating a campaign of hate
age...st the United States, They
are creating civil unrest, trving to

free world is threatened.” foment revolutions against noia-
bly instable governments, infiltra-

The plain, ominous fact — of ting trade unions, other political
which the State ent is parties and the governments

fully aware—is that while world themselves.
attention is focucsod on the crisis
in the Tar Feet and the threat, All this is a s-urce of enormous
jot wer vith Soviet Russia thepwotential damage to U.S. inter-
corimenisits are working cease-iests, particularly if war comes.
tocety in Latin America.

The-r objective is clear. They
ro ceeking to drive a wedge
Cen tho Uniled States and

'.-alin America and, in the event

«. war, to prevent us from
cceiving strategic supplies which
culd conceivably spell the differ-

{cace between survival and” total

would have been exhausted before the ,

buildings were completed.

The members of the House are respons-
ible for the funds drawn from the Public
Treasury. That responsibility does not,
however, end there. It,is their duty to see
that the results from this expenditure are
the best which can be obtained under the
circumstances.

In the case of the Schools for which fur-
ther sums must now be voted, it is not
only that the funds have not been spent
well but that the objects for which they
have been spent have not yet been
attained. Educational facilities in this
island are extremely unsatisfactory. There
is a shortage of teachers and all the schools
are overcrowded, These new schools were
to answer the public criticisms against
superannuation and to satisfy those
parents who claim that they are willing to
pay but cannot get places for their
children in the public schools.

The money has been spent and education
is still suffering from the same defects.
Meanwhile public dissatisfaction increases.

Close scrutiny of resolutions would be a
means of preventing this unsatisfactory
method of spending funds and asking for
revotes. It would, of course, cut across
the recent practice of the House of allow-
ing resolutions to be sent down from the
Executive and passed the same day on
which notice has been given by having
rules 88 and 89 of the House suspended.
The greatest Speaker the Barbados House
of Assembly has ever known, the late Sir
Frederick Clarke, warned the House a few
months before he. retired that the Rules

of the House were made for a specific pur-
pose and that the suspension of these two
Rules would lead to trouble not then en-
visaged by the House. It was then an in-
frequent practice and used only in cases
of extreme urgency. Today it is the rule
rather than the exception.

In the House of Commons a Committee
is appointed to assist the Speaker to cer-
tify money bills, which cannot be amended
by the Lords. In Barbados there is no
necessity for a certificate by the Speaker.
The matter seems to settle itself. But such
a Committee would not only be effective
in saving time, but would ensure that pub-
lic funds were handled in a more satisfac-
iuvry manner. This in fact, is the peculiar
province of the House of Assembly.



OUR READERS SAY:

Agriculture
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I come again to this sub-
ject to add a practical supplement
to my letter of the 19th inst. based
partly on your stirring. leading
article two-days earlier.

I then voiced lively satisfaction
at the recognition which the vital
importance of agriculture in the
West Indies is now increasingly
receiving from several direc‘icns,
and mentioned some of the steps
we in Barbados are taking to give
it the attention and promitlence it
so emphatically merits. And I
closed by referring to the immedi-
ate plan for & “Farm Institute” in
Trimadad, and urged that we need
to go much deeper and wider into
the subject and deal with it on
larger lines.

That scheme—quite good, prob-
ably, as far as it goes—looks like
another effort to provide scientific
instructors or directors, and will
give Barbadcs only places for four
students, at quite considerable ex-

se, whereas I think we need
primarily to’get down to those who
do the actual work of tilling,
planting, and reaping, and arouse
in them interest and respect and
liking for their position and duty
Scientific instructors or directors

ing.

tion.

tive manner.

sure them,



interested

the same time

; samme

cannot accomplish anything much
unless the rank and
workers are interested and will-

I now come to offer two simple
practical suggestions at this point.
It may be they are stale and al-
ready recognised by wiser people.
If so, please have me excused,

The first concerns the boys and
girls—especially of course the boys
—to whom we have to look to take
on the work now being done by
the generation that is passing, and
the suggestion is that we should
enlarge and build on the School
Gardens scheme already in opera-

It is said that some of the school
teachers are not interested in this
Gardens section of their curricu- : !
lum and perform their part in it I mentioned j
in a very perfunctory and ineffec-
If so I do not think
the community should hastily cen-
The school master has
naturally turned away
iand and stockyard and directed
his thoughts and aims in quite an-
other direction, and it would be
surprising if he were still greatly
therein and keen to
point others to such work and help
them to become efficient in it.
I feel sure many

efeat.

That is the official over-all view
Washington todmy. Highest
‘ources point to specific develop-
rents in specific Latin American
untries in support of that view,
nich can be summarized as
. llows:

ac

The Communist programme in
Latin America is by no means
w, but is a part of communism’s
nnounced program of world
quest through revolution.

In furtherance of that pro-
in Latin America they
cre exploiting historical weak-
rasses in relations with the
United States.

Their influence extends far be-
_ ond their numerical strength and
they are now redoubling their
eYorts in the light of the world
: tuation and the growing danger
: a third world war.

What’s more, they appear to be
making some progress, despite the
fact that officially most Latin
.imerican governments are friend-
ly to the United States,

Their methods are familiar, but
in Latin America they are finding
much fertile ground.



RED PLAN FOR

By ELIE MAISSI
PARIS,
Reliable reports from behind
the Iron Curtain revealed to-day
that the so-called “African
Cominform” has taken — far-
reaching decisions aimed at
overthrowing western domina-
tion of the strategic, raw mate-

rial producing continent of
Africa.
The “African Cominform”

drew up its programme during tts
fivst meeting at Bucharest.

Since November 17, three im-
portant meetings have taken
place in the Romanian capital

eoncerning Communist action in
Com-

Africa. Native African
munist leaders participated. The
discussions concluded December
17 with adoption of an over-all
programme of action for the Com-
munist parties concerned.

Tt was decided that Africa pre-
sents a favourable terrain for
national, racial and social agita-
tion.

Strikes and street demonstra-
tions will be the principal meth-
ods and the primary objective
will be to createy an economic
crisis designed to disrupt one of
the western world’s chief sources
of raw materials.

According to reports received
by qualified agencies in western
Europe, the Communists aim to
combine the effects of an eco-
nomic crisis in Africa with the
restriction of raw material pro-
duction in Asia, The African
Cominform believes this scheme
will multiply the difficulties of
the United Nations western pow-
ers in Korea,

Leadership of Communist activ-
ities in Africa was removed from
the hands of the metropolitan
Communist parties, This measure
principally affects the French

of the existing s
file of the
perform their du
ly. Then again,
for it, with a ful

must interest the
train the hand.
were possible

and given as a

not look for a r

tellectual interest
or even total ig
from the
Not long ago I

and though he
school only a shor

At thing much about

the importance of the subject and

But we do really need to make
the item a suecess, and especially
to provide the intellectual stimu-
tus of “Nature Knowledge”.

teachers with expert assistance.
Suppose a competent and enthu-
siastic Instructor could be found

visiting the schools and_ helping
the staff in the matter,

of interest and efficiency on the
part of the young generation?

surprised at the scant knowledge,
land worker of the multitude of
interesting facts and processes of
Nature which surround him.

a little garden work at my place,

he did not appear to know any-

interested in them. And a year

The average U.S. citizen scarce-
ly realizes how utterly dependent
we may be on Latin America in
the event of war with Russia.

If there is war, the communists
already are boasting that not a
drop of oil or other strategic sup-
plies will reach us from Latin
America for use agzinst Russia.

It is, therefore, vitally import-
ant for us to maintain the friend-

~ Well, you see, ductor,
I'm a newsagent, aud I
always carry the foreign
papers with my right arm
and English ones with
my left!"



Lonion Express Service

Communist |Party, which previ-
ously has exercised strong control
over Communist activities in Mor-
oceo, Algeria, Tunisia, Senegal
and other key regions. It also
affects: the Communist Party in
Belgium, which had _ controlled
Communist activities in the Bel-
gian Congo, an important uranium
producing area,

In future, Communist leadership
in Africa will be entrusted to Mos-
cow-trained agitators, most of
whom are natives of the regions
in which they will operate.

The reports added that funds
for these activities are centralized
in Cairo and dispersed in several
banks under cover of accounts
of various firms of the Russian
satellite bloc.

The Bucharest meeting decides
the preparatory phase should cul-
minate in violent agitation some-
time next Spring. It is known, that
certain French authorities gov-
erning French-African territories
believe outbreaks may occur at
that time.

The reports
“African Cominform”
‘meetings came from the same
sources which in 1949 asserted
that the Peiping meeting of the
World Federation of Trade Unions
in reality sheltered an Asian Com-
inform meeting. In November,
1949, these sources predicted that
a military attack would be launch-
ed against South Korea by the
Communists. The military attack
was launched last June.

concerning the
Bucharest

This time these sources pointed
out some similarity between the
Peiping meeting and the Buchar-
est meetings.

The Bucharest meetings took a
double form. There were public
meetings of the World Federation
of Trade Unions. And, in addition,
there were the private Cominform
meetings concerning Africa.

taff do recognize or so ago I had
much the same
ty conscientious-
what about time the commonplace
1 curriculum?

and

We
mind as well as
Suppose then it
to furnish the can the enlarged
and what would
transforming the
whole time job den into a kind
think the success
Might we
ich development

ie
I have been

ust above

in the

norance, of the
in
fe sheet.

had a boy doing

This was introd
must have left
t time previously ence,
with good results.
plants nor to be
and at the end of

beg Be

member speaking to him about

fertilisation in the life of flowers

system based on an efficiency

retired planter with wide experi-
who had himself tried it

ship and active cooperation of
Latin America, te counteract the
progress being made by the Com-
mun sts and to keep Latin Ameri-
eans convinced that their interests
coincide with our own,

Stressing the economic import-
ance of Latin America, Assistant
Secretary of State Edward G.
Miller, Jr., in charge of Inter-
American Affairs, pointed out re-
cently that 1950 purchases by the
U.S. will total at least $2.5 bil-
lions worth of goods.

Miller also said;

“More than one half of the value
of our imports from Latin Ameri-
ca consists of strategic raw ma-
terials. Latin America provides
all our requirements from abroad
of vanadium, quebracho and cas-
tor oil.

“It is a source of more than
90 per cent. of our purchases of
antimony, cadmium and mice.
From our neighbours to the
south we secure from 75 to 90
per cent. of our imports of petro-
leum, berylium, bismuth, copper
and iodine, and from 40 to 75
per cent. of our imports of sisal
tin, lead, zine and tantalite.

“In the future the importance
of Latin America as a source of
strategic raw materials is more
likely to increase than to decline.
The case of manganese may serve
as an example,

In the past a large proportion
of our imports of manganese has
come from the Soviet Union.
Two great new deposits of this
essential commodity have recent-
ly been located in Brazil. Plans
for the active development of
these deposits are now under
consideration, and eventually
Brazil may become our most
important supplier of manga-
nese.”

GENERAL |



‘és Kkh’’

Hope Of The West
Hy GEORGE MOISE
WASHINGTON,
Dwight David Eisenhower, the man who
might have been President, returns to the;

scene of his greatest triumph for what may
be his toughest job.

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General of the Army Eisenhower, Supreme | je

that crushed Nazi Germany, will return.
again as Supreme Commander of Western
Forces.

But this time he will have only a compara-
tive handful of men and airplanes — plus the
powerful weapon of atomic superiority — to,
‘ace a threat greater than that posed by
Adolph Hitler at his peak. Eisenhower is
tharged with organizing and leading the
forces of the North Atlantic Pact Powers to
meet the Communist aggression of Soviet
Russia and her European Satellites.

If the Kremlin should decide to move
against Western Europe, General “Ike” will
be called upon to stop her. It is an unen-
viable task, one that could have been turned

down, but Eisenhower will take the job. Like

any other good soldier, he knows he is ex-
pendable.
Eisenhower is believed to be the unani-

mous choice of the North Atlantic Peet

Powers for Supreme Commander. He is the

,one man considered most capable of welding

a solid, powerful, cohesive force out of the
varied and scattered elements available to
him.

If he is successful in his mission and builds

Miller stressed the importance} a force strong enough to stop the Kremlin’s

of Venezuela as a new source of
iron ore and added:

“{masters in their plans for world conquest

“These facts may well serve | Pefore they engage in further armed aggres-

to dispel the notion so widely

held in this country that the
United States is economically
self-sufficient. How outmoded

and unreal this concept is, be-
comes clear when one examines
the list of basie foodstuffs and
raw materials from Latin Ameri-
ca which are necessary to sus-
tain human life.”

The communists are fully
aware of Latin America’s im-
portance, and that is why they
are working night and day to
enhance their influence there, to
the detriment of the U.S.

(To-morrow: What the Reds
Exploit)
—LNS.

lm eG ae
Assuming these reports are
accurate, there now exists a
European Cominform, an Asiatic
Cominform and an African Com-
inform—all with a joint executive
body operating under direct
instructions from Moscow.
According to the reports the
principal tools for the contem-
plated Communist activity in
Africa will be local trade unions,

whether or not they are affiliated
with the WFTU,

Aside from an effort to cut pro-
duction of strategic materials,
especially uranium, the Comin-
form also hopes to be able to
force the western powers to pin
down in Africa most of their
native troops such as the French
Senegalese as well as the Tuni-
gians, Algerians and Moroccan
forces,

The Communists also plan to
exploit the independence granted
to Lybia by the United Nations
as a pretext for requesting U.N.
intervention for “liberation” of
territories now under European
tutelage.

The political masterminds be-
hind the Communist African
drive are reported to be in Cairo.
From there Muslim agitators,
trained in Soviet schools created
in Soviet Muslim republics, will
set out for the Communist African
adventure.

In both the North African
countries and in French Negro
territories, the first move will be
to create numerous and active
trade unions. Later it is expected
the attempt will come to join
these unions to the WFTU.

Special attention is being de-
voted to Nigeria, a country of 406
million inhabitants under British
regime. Trade unions are
reported active there and the
Nigerian Communist political
leaders are believed to have had
recent contacts with sepa 5























sion, his already great stature will be im-
measurably increased.

He again, in 1952, would have the privilege
of turning down supplicants asking him to
run for President. In 1948 both parties
wanted him and he refused.

If he cannot create a powerful force, or
if Russia strikes too soon, undeterred by
American atom bomb supremacy, he couid

lose everything he has worked to gain in his]!

career.

The appointment of Eisenhower by Presi-
dent Truman may well go against the Gen-
eral’s wishes. He repeatedly has said that
he was happy as President of Columbia Uni-
versity, and he has expressed the desire to
be allowed to work quietly as a civilian for
the good of the country, and the country’s
youth,

In addition, less than a month ago he ful-
filled a 32-year-old dream and bought a 189-
acre farm near Gettysburg, Pa. The farm was
to be the place where Ike and Mamie Eisen-
hower could retire to the rural life and rest
they so well deserve.

But the farm will have to wait. So will
Columbia University, and so will the poli-
ticians,

The smiling, balding, blue-eyed leader of
the West has always been a professional
soldier and an outstanding one. He was born
in Tyler, Texas, Oct. 14, 1890, and graduated
from the Military Academy at West Point
in 1915.

Eisenhower did not get overseas in World
War I, but his career has been one of the
average regular army officer, except that he
has moved faster than most, and has risen
higher than all but a very few.

In World War II he was Chief of the War
Plans Division of the Army’s General Staff,
Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, and
then Commanding General of Allied Forces
in the Mediterranean and European “heatres.

After he left the job of Supreme Com-
mander he was named Chief of Staff of the
Army.

But even after he left Eisenhower kept an
office in the Pentagon, and he was in Wash-
ington as a consultant, expert and elder
statesman as much as he was at Columbia
University.

Now he is back in full harness. He is no
longer a schoolteacher planning retirement
on a farm.

He is the hope of the Western World.

—IN.S.



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period a bonus is awarded. This
profits the plantation or factory as

The notice was published over A
two weeks ago, and one should
have expected that by this time
a confirmation or denial] would
have been published.

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LONDON, Dec.
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THURSDAY,

DECEMBER

28, 1950



Car Overturns

MOTOR CAR struck
bankment and verturne
at Horse Hill on Tuesday evening

The car was eversing into a
parking space
No one was injured, but the top
of the car and the windshield
were damaged. Residents of the
district and holiday makers as-
sisted in putting it back on the
road
HIEVES stole two five shill-
ing pieces, a gold locket
and two golq bracelets from the
home of Gordon Lewis at Spark

Gap, Garrison, between 5.30 p.m
on Saturday and 8.00

Ss Jay

provision chop of
Gulstene, at Upper Dayrells Road
was broken and _ enterec’
tween 7.45 p.m. and 8.00
on Saturday and a
articles to the value of
stolen.

Walter Carrington <«f Utility
Village, St. Michael, fell asleep
at Queen's Park on Christmas
Eve, with a dollar in his pocket.
Wren he awoke the dollar was
gone

A pair of gold framed glasses
valued $25 was stolen from Her-
man Inniss’ meat stall at the
Public Market between Friday
and Sunday.

HE BOYS at the Bay Street



a.m.

Boys’ Club will soon be
doing carpentry. A workshop at
the back of the Club will be
completed shortly.

During the Christmas season
the interior of the Club was
decorated. The hall is painted
green and yellow.

T CHRISTMAS the Police

Constables that were on
duty had no cause to feel home-
sick. The Police Canteen was
decorated with a Christmas tree.

Throughout the day various
Constables played carols on the
piano while others crowded
around and sung

ITHIN another month or so,

Speightstown will have its
first modern store.

Messrs. D. V. Scott & Co., Ltd.,
proprietors of the Colonnade
Stores are building a general
store at Queen Street.

The site of the new building
formerly accommodated a garage
which housed buses of the Lee-
ward Motor Omnibus Company
It is just about 20 yards from the
surf of the sea.

HEOPHILUS THORPE, the

- owner of motorcycle M.1151,
was injured in an accident along
Cheapside Road at about 4.30
o'clock yesterday evening. He
was taken to the General Hos-
pital and detained.

Thorpe was riding his cycle
when it became involved in an
accident with a Central ‘Bus.
Fred Johnson was on the pillion
but escaped with slight injuries.

T about 11.30 o’clock yester-

day morning motor lorry
M. 1918, owned by Seibert Hope
of Fifth Avenue, Nurse Land,
Tweedside Road, and driven by
Eric Grandison of School Road,
Carrington Village, crashed into
the paling surrounding the house
of Eileen O’Donald at Nurse Land
and damaged five galvanised
sheets. No one was injured.



Stole Coat:
2 2
Fined £10

“This is a serious matter—taking
up people’s clothes’—His Worship
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, Senior
Police Magistrate of District “A”
told 23-year-old Cuthbert Hazle
of Holder’s Land, Deacons Road
yesterday, when he fined him £10
for stealing a jacket valued at $30.

Hazle pleaded guilty of we
offence which was committed on
December 24. The fine is to be
paid by instalments of £2. 10s. per
month or in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour.

First witness was Colin Beckles
of Black Rock and he said that
the jacket is his. He left it in the
Blue Lagoon Club, Nelson Street,
on December 24 about 1.30 p.m.
After he found that his jacket was
missing, he reported the matter to
he Police.
' Later the same night at about
10.15 Harbour Police Constable
Gill saw Hazle near the Plaza
Cinema, Bridgetown with a coat
over his left hand, Hazle went to
the Bridge Post and there he was
charged with the larceny of the
coat.

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schooner Lindsyd I, were on
dry dock yesterday undergoing
repairs,

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EAGER LISTENERS crowded around the bandstand at Queen's Park on Christmas merning as membey
of the Combermere Glee Club joined the Police Band in the singing of carols.



Small Pox Still
“Suspected”

The suspected
pox at Pelican
“suspected case” as
are concerned, the
Medical Services
Advocate yesterday

He said that the Department
had endeavoured to bring the
case to a conclusion or otherwise
by certain tests, but these tests
had not proved valuable in any
way.

Whether there was a suspected
case or otherwise, he said, the
main point was the protection of
the community and this had
started from the beginning and
was still going on.

“The small pox epidemic has
started in quite a mumber of
cases because the disease was
not suspected in the first instance
and ine protection of the com-
munity had not started
immediately.

“Owing to the low state of the
immunity of the community to
this disease which may come
among us at any time, the vaccin-
ation campaign is going on and
will go on as an ordinary prudent
public health measure in the in-
terest of the community.”

2,680 Vaccinated

“Up to Boxing Day a total of
2,680 persons had been reported
vaccinated in the island since
the campaign began, Of these
2,151 had been vaccinated in St
Michael and the remaining 529
in the other parishes.”

The Director said that as fai
as it had been reported to the
office, St. Peter, St. Lucy, St.
Andrew and St. Philip had been
active as regards the campaign,
but there were aware that the
work was being carried out in
Christ Church, St. George, St.
James, St. John and St. Joseph.
Figures for these parishes were
not.available to date.

accination centres were now
set up throughout the island, and
they were still appealing to
people to be vaccinated as that
was the only measure of
protection,

small
stil a
far as we
Director of
told the

case of
Island is



CITY STREETS STILL
CROWDED

There was almost as much activ-
ity on some of the City streets
yesterday morning as on Saturday
the last day before Christmas.

Busbey Alley and Lower James
Street were among the places
where much business was bein
done, There vendors of vegetables
and fruit were doing a good trade.

Most of the stores in Broat
Street and Swan Street still ha’
a good many shoppers in them
but the groceries did not seem tu
be doing much business.

Postcard sellers were again out
in force, This time they were
offering postcards with New Year
greetings.





FRIED FISH VENDORS
DO GOOD BUSINESS

MANY a hungry, and

therefore dispirited late night

walker has taken heart again after seeing the twinkling of
the light from the tray of a friqd fish seller sitting on a

shop pavement.

27,000 XMAS
PARCELS

Twenty seven thousand Christ-
mas parcels and nearly 350 bags
of letter mail were handled by
the General Post Office during
the Christmas season, the Post-

master told the Advocate yes-
terduy.
The parcels started coming

in from November 1 and the
letters near the end of the same
month. Alj were distributed by
Christmas Eve,

The new Parcels Department
on the wharf had considerably
relieved the Christmas pressure,
and had made the disposal of
the parcels possible, the Post-
master said,

A belated mail of over 300
bags from England arrived on
Boxing Day and these were now
being dealt with.

The volume of the business
done during the season had made
it necessary for the clerical staff
and postmen to work about 11
hours each day. This was done









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’ This business is a brisk one, especially
during the flying fish season.

Baxter's Road is a big centre for
the business, and so is Nelson
Street. Another place where a lot
of frying goes on is the busy junc-
tion of Barbarees Hill, Spooner’s
Hill, Bank Hall and Black Rock
Those are the really big centres
but there are vendors in almost
every dstrict

They buy fish from the beach in
big quantity. To-day’s prices are
22 cents a pound for dolphin
bought from the beach and 26
eents retail; 14 cents a pound for
shark; and for flying fish from the
beach five cents each and six cents
each from the road vendors

After the flying fish are season-
ed and fried one costs about six
pence, A steak of shark will cost
14 cents and a steak of dolphin six
or eight cents more. A penny loaf
of salt bread usually goes with it

These fried fish are usually sold
on the pavements of liquor shops.
Many men like one after having a
drink or two. For one thing, a
steak of fish will take the taste
of the liquor out of one’s mouth,
and then the pepper and other
condiments with which they are

rion FIVE



Venezuelans Spent [ndians On
\mes Here

m
Caristm.-+ Goodwill I our se

Venezue.ai:

A é& ie sy

eveligis were tne

lourisis who came over iast week-

end, and they sea-—patnea, weal

signt—seeing and dined — Gane pau) Indian Missionary Monks *

ed at some of the island's soci! h have vowed themselves to OF
cubs

celibacy and delegated their lives
to socio-religious work landed in
Barbados yesterday. To-day they
leave for Trinidad

The Aquatic Club scored a h.t
on Christmas Night when iney oe
only served special Venezuela...
food, but provided the visiting
Latins with music from South c:
the Border played by the Pan-
American Sextette, This orches-

They are four delegates of the
Indian Cultural Mission deputed
by Bharat Sevasram Sangha. The
deputation started from Calcutta

tra is composed mainly of men . — ae. ee
who were either born in Cuba oi ae ¢ b Bove: ea’ a So

who have lived and played musi: oe Cahora: ecu eae Ca me Sf si

iain a - time. Th lero:, Via . Me s anc ape f

there for some time e bolerc Town on M.V. Betwe.

guarachas and rhumbas they dish-
ed out at the Aquatic Club 0.1
Christmas night had the authen-
tic rhythm and were much ap-
plauded by the Venezuelans of
which there were about four
dozen

Among the guests were Mr. anc
Mrs. Vernon Knight, Mr. Verno.
Knight is Venezuelan Vice Const!
here and he mixed with the
tourists from that country as-
sisting in making them feel
home

More Venezuelans are
arrive early in January.

Eagle Hall Choir
Wins Contest

Eagle Hall Choir carried off
the first prize in the singing
competition at Queen's Park on
Boxing Day. This choir of 22

Names of the delegates who are
making a two-year world tour t
spread Indian Culture among In
dians overseas and other races are
Swami Advaitananda, the leader
Swami Vedananda, Swami Ak-
shoyananda and Br. Paresh

The leader of the delegation told
the Advocate yesterday that apart
from spreading Indian Culture
among Indians, they are out tc
preach peace propaganda to al!
races. He emphasised that the
movement had nothing to do with
politics. They preach the funda-
mental liberal ideas of Indian Cul-
ture, and want to bring about
unity among the diffvrent races of
the world

due 1»



Religious Principles
They believe that the cause of
the world’s miseries is the spirit
of selfish nationalism, and to re-
move this, the Mission is preach-

voices was conducted by Mr. ing the broad principles of all
Charles Hinds and scored 82 religions and all cultures to peo
points. ple everywhere without distinc
Their nearest riva] was the tion of colour, class or creed

Church Village Choir, St.Philip, The Mission consists of 200
who got 75 points, This choir had monks and 500 volunteers. They

28 voices and was conducted by
Mr. Cecil Skeete

Eleven choirs from five parishes
took part in the competition which
was sponsored by Mr. Sydney
Skinner of Baxters Road, The test
piece was the Christmas Carol
Now to God on High be Glory.”

Mr. Gerald Hudson and Capt
C E. Raison were the judges and

are carrying on a good deal ot
social and religious work in India
and other countries. Last year the
Mission visited East Africa and re-
mained there for 14 months

The Mission embraces all India,
and part of their work is to ren-
der aid in times of famine or epi- \
demic, They also carry on schools, {



commented that the singing of with free boarding houses for
the choirs had improved con- students
; rey Terie helpful criticism. The delegates showed the Advo-
The result of the contest was cate letters of introduction from
is follows: some of the topmost leaders | in
Fagie Hall 82 Points India, including Mohan Lal Gau-
Chureh Village, St, Philip 75 ,, tam, Secretary of the National
Government Hill St. Michael 13 Congress, 8 Kirpalani, eXx-
Plum ‘Tree, St. Thomas pi President of the National Congress
King a pork, st. Philip. 65 and several Cabinet Ministers of)
Hothersal Turning, St. Mi the Indian \!overnment

chael 58s |

Edgecliff, St. John. and Half After leaving Trinidad they will |
Miao Ror ro a visit the other British West Indian |
. sans, St. Michael Ae visi ve other “ItLS :
fii a st Michael 53 sslands and British and Dutch |
Guiana, They were the guests |
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About This



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You Ought To Know

Little Red

Book For Red Bandits

Prank Owen sizes up the guerrilla

Struggle he has

left behind him

in Malaya

CALCUTTA,

DURING the Prime Minister’s visit to America he told
President Truman that, in Malaya, Britain is holding a
vital sector of the free world front line.

it is true. Britain has 20,000 troops in Malaya. Also
based on Malaya we have Royal Navy units and the Royal

Air Force.

As long as these facts are understood, and not just used

as excuses for doing no more, there is still some

South-East Asia.

If it is not realised that Malaya
as the master key in the politics,
strategy, aMd trade of this rich,
crowded far corner of the vast
Asian heartland, then the sooner
we retire on the Isle of Wight the
better.

There is no reason at all for
going—except funk, or the mud-
dled emotion which stampeded
us out of Burma ard let in civil
war.

Certainly the larg¢
the people—-and especially the
native people, who are Malay,
not Chinese—are content for us
to stay.

The Communist clatter about
a “Malayan people’s liberation
movement” is about as genuine
as the Sheffield “Peace” Congress.

Unfortunately for us it is a
little better organised.

Kremlin-led

IF things. are to be called by
their right names (it helps clear
thinking), then these 5,000 or
10,000 “bandits” are advance
guerrilla troops of the Red Army.

That is, they are mobilised,
trained, officered, and led under
the direction of the Kremlin,

No need to argue otherwise
As I write I have before me a
handbook on “Tactics in Guerilla
Warfare (2: Attack),” It is com-
piled ang published by the Red
Flag Library, West Pahang. The
‘oreword.explains why Number
{wo is phblished before Number
One. .

“Up te now our attacks have
been baséd purely on the general
lines of guerrilla warfare, It
means we-have not yet acquired
the necessary knowledge to launch
major offensives on
Bolshevik preecting.”

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Cracking, Eczema, Peeling,

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Ambushes .. .

THE “gen” follows. And very
good “gen” it is. It shows low,
where, and when to lay an am-
bush (if possible, at a road bend
ina defile at dusk); how to
scout and spy out the enemy's
movements and strength

It shows how to hide, deceive,
distract, decoy; how to win, or
compel, local good will, and so
secure supplies, information,
funds—or, at a pinch, recruits,

The manuai sets out the drill
for cutting, or tapping, telephone
wires, Stealing identification
ecards, burning buses, derailing
trains, and shooting up the wreck.

There are instructions about
slashing rubber trees, and thus
denying to the British enemy a
vital dollar-earning and strategic
asset. But another, overriding,
top-level order says go easy on
this: the “bandits” expect to take
over the country themselves
soon, when those rubber trees
will eome in handy

If this is “banditry,” then it
is big-time banditry. Maybe that
is what Big Brother Bolshevism
has become.

But so far the manual merely
deals with platoon tacties. Wait
for it!

Shortly, we are up to half bat-
telions, and are dealing with
concentration, dispersal, rein-
forcement, organisation, sig-
nals, rations, training, discipline

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approach, though not in _ this
Number Two manual, the grim
subject of executions.

Other captured “gen” tells

you about these. Death is the
penalty for desertion, spying, sur-
render, rape, or robbery (that is,
unauthorised, private robbery).
Offenders are also flogged with
a rattan cane, tied to a pole for
five hours in the blazing sun, then
made to do a day’s work
Few desert. Fewer surrender.
Don’t let us kid ourselves. Let us
know our enemy. Who is he?
First, the trained, resolute, fan-
atic Communist, sometimes indoc-
trinated here in Malaya, some-
times smuggled from China.
Second, the sincere but muddled
idealist

Third, the adventurous, the
young men (and women too) who
want to live dangerously.

Fourth, the criminal and
perennial brigand of legend.

Murder...

COMMUNISTS have hammered
all these into a formidable fist.
Make no mistake. You have to be
hard to be a “bandit”.

Their pay? About £3 a month,
with few allowances (there is
little difference betwgen ranks),
Their diet? Rice, bamwoc shoots,
and wild bananas.

Their day? When not fighting
or looting, P.T. at 6.30 a.m., then
drill, weapon training, and pro-
paganda until 6.30 p.m.—and then
three hours more of “political in-
struction.”

the

All this highly organised mili-
tary activity (they ail wear uni-
form in action, also badges of rank
before and after it) ties in with
plain-clothes terrorism by the
“special service squads’ who op-
erate in the towns.

Their tasks are laid down as in-
cluding intelligence; subscriptions,
i.e, extortion and blackmail;
assassination,

All bandits are controlled by the
Communist Party of Malaya, act-
ing on Cominform orders. If this
is not war or something infinites-
imally short of it, perhaps some-
one of the intellectual appease-
ment movement will explain.

The Cost

THIS is the abiding and overall
battle which General Sir John
Harding, Commander-in-Chiet in
the Far East, and General Sir
Harold Briggs, his Chief of Anti-
bandit Operations, face.

General Briggs did not come to
Britain recently to ask for more
troops. He came to ask for more
civilian powers.

Why? To organise and mobilise
the several separate State Gov-
ernments of Malaya into

On



cuts,

set and the one she sent last year got broke

1 really
lice, civil administration, transport,

BARBADOS



London Express Serviee

concerted drive with troops, po-
agricultural, social, and commer-
cial services,

_ Incidentally, this “bandit” war
is costing us all of £40,000 a day, j
dear friends of the “Friends of the
Soviet Union.”

But regular troops and regular
police are not made for fightin«
guerrilla troops, which is what, |
repeat, those bandits are. |

There is only one way to beat
bandits, or guerrillas—be better
bandits, or guerrillas |

Deep in the heart of the jungle}
there is a Drilsh-Malayan force
eavable of doing it.
The troops are all
volunteers |

|









They are drenchex, |
in jungle lore. Disci
plined
schools of

In hard |
War, com- \
, 5 mandes, paratroops,

i desert and Jungle ;
Mad Mike’ ‘> °-tange__— penetra-
Cal on groups. Dedi- |
cated, mayle doomed.
Colonel “Mad Mike” Calvert, |
who communds them was wit

Wingatc

I would like to tell you about
him and his boys, but, as Kipling
said, “that is another story,”

—L. E



Ss



“Old Style Fighting” |

WASHINGTON, Dec
General J. Lawton Collins,|
United States Army Chief of
Staff said in an article to-day that |
American war experience’ in;
Korea must not deter the United}
States trom devloping the use of
atomic weapons by army troops.
Writing for the Coronet maga-
zine he described progress in de-
veloping these weapons as “en-
couraging”’. |
The Korean war, General Col-}
lins said, was “a reversion to old
style fighting more comparable to
that of our own Indian frontier
days than to the modern way”
and could not be seen as a pre-

view of a future war.

—Reuter.

TRINIDAD CINEMAS
ARE UNCLEAN

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 21
The majority of Port-of-Spain’s
cinemas have been refused _li-
cences to operate next year be-
cause of insanitary conditions. Dr.
Roderick Marcano, Medical Officer
of Health, declared that the re-
fusal was because of the “the
highly insanitary conditions pre-

vailing.”

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M.C.C. Dre 2nd Div. Cricket: Results Of T.T.C. | os Wik
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bowling, the M.C.C. batsmen in- . . Forecast: $2,011.48
P dulged in some lighthearted bat Ane —— ones squad hn 1 1 “SECOND Saee | He told the Advooate that the
(F rom Our Own Correspondent) ting practice against a Queensland sion cricke* victories over PiCK- i andscape (Singh)

7 o nok ‘ , : a, 2. Ostara (Lattimer)
Country XI in a two-day match Wick, Lodge, Leeward and Foun- 3° pilinGra twilder)

a2 j track in Port-of-Spain on Boxing
Day, after over an inch and a



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| away soreness, comforts
ERE r : MELBOURNE, Deec.. 27, draw. Simpson, Evans, Compton matches ended on a sy Sad 1 FF cae paoe aaa 2.06 ge een “vias ra on 2
‘ Hassett s decision to take the new ball when the Eng- and Sheppard all scored treely in — =< cae rama § Top Flight SS Wall its Fe son oon
lish total Stood at 115 runs for 6 wickets was the deciding “¢ “St innings and Parkhouse 24 for | od Condor N35 and 'Vorccag Stara Sd | ns, But Atomic Ii whic was
factor in the Australian narrow victory who has not had the best of luck 24 for 1 and Combermere 35 and Pore QOuRTH
‘e wa te tse + a either in health or cricket seized . , :
ee ger seg gs the opportunity to peatgiie Central, Regiment and Empire

140 FOURTH RACE wins, but Atomic II which was
bred by him and is now owned

54 |} by Mr. Chin, won the Governors
half century in each innings won decisive victories while Paris (Quemea) ¥

c “4 > Ferd 962 ®;Cup. In that race, Elizabethan
The MCC forced the pace arlton won after Piekwick had ee Soe | trained by Hon. V. C. Gale placed

trem the word “go” and by tea- put up a good show in the second Leading Article | second.

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Druery—and. missing. Of his 92. , PUndation scorsd 28 and 16

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Bedser = himself. with in-
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Evans receivin further sound | Foundation second innings

Support from Parkibuse and, in wickets for two runs. For Horses
i passive mood, Bailey, tried to hit _, Regiment scored 132 for 8 de- :
nstead Dewes, Parkhouse and a four off nearly every bal) —- clared and 98 for 8 declared and f LONDON. | Whenever you're troubled with
Close wefit in to try timidly t? except when he tried to hit a six. Leeward 40 and 131. Fabulous sums of dollars were | painful stomach acidity, just
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ner "made the job look and two fours off medium-pace _PICKWICK vs. CARLTON the British Show Jumping team other. The blend of — enrcids
practically impossible. But re- bowler Hunter, and was then Pickwick : 18 and go ‘or their horses — one thorough- | Tennics orings you iumeduce
criminations are easy to make. caught at cover trying another Carlton . 81 and gg YG and two half-breeds — fol-

relief because it’s specially bal-
The one outstanding feature of WL Will Not Play big hit. His 94 made in 46 min- _ Pickwick’s 2nd innings, L, oWing their successful tour of

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64 were made in t avtie ~ and Empire 121 and for 4 wickets 2 ®
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; ; a + in eee eee alee ee = ; One of the riders, Lt.-Colonel | tapped separately) in your pocket
is our supremacy in the game e = Warr showed a fine turn of pace S. Simmonds 11. For Carlton W. ; nia "1 ‘ tt

iis being whittled away. The Eng- Davis Cup Tennis when Queensland batted and Greenidge took 3 for 37 and H. SRY’ JS aelnae hee bia hacoughe So eae ahdeee Coving taf e

1 have twice gone close to Uinta Oveniiaeeianbaaioas Wright, after shaving the stumps Cox 3 for 12. bred Foxhunter . the consequences, If Rennies don't
. This time without Comp- SON HEN at least four times, finally hit , : : kelp yo ’s ti y , yo

i ; have ORT-OF : ae CENTRAL vs. LODGE “Another would-be purchaser | %C!P YOU. its ume you saw your

ton, Our Australian selectors hav¢ PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad. them to get rid of Philip. Central .. 95 and for 2 wkts, $8 said, “the sky is the limit for | ‘tr Get Rennies at any chegnist,

tly, I think, chosen the The West Indies have failed _ Some accurate bowling by Eric og may aa St :
Same 42 players for the third test to gain entry to the 1991 Davis Hollies baéked up by Wright kept “C*"."iiinds took 8 Lodge 2nd tion of selling” Llewellyn DIGESTIF
" ba has been prove® Cup Tennis competition for the the Queensland batsmen on tie 1 :

. T r \ In S vickets s ared. j
brittle beyond any brittleness 1 second time. Mr. Neils Noth- defensive when they resumed oa ia ny aie’ Re oo youngest of the British | IES
can recall in Australian cricket. nagel, Secretary of the British the second day and only a fighting [ynings, A. Nichols 49 not out, team, 2i-year-old Peter Robeson,

Py alg eee Caribbean Lawn Tennis Associa- innings by T. Allen, who contrib- ie , r ’ ’







; rs : : C. Shepherd 19 and R. D. stin said that he had been offered Tae agait te

CRIPPSGETTINGBETTER {1% id,’ fort-of Spain, last ited, 85, saved them rom col- 13 not out eth $1L940 for his tare Craven, A) NO SPOON MO Oke sea
2 lg : tio in Pe Sue
(9) zuRIcH, Dec. 27. Pecause the Caribbean Associa- Although in a position to en- FOUNDATION vs. EMPIRE Gearciaghiared > pe ey —— —
Sir Sta Fd Cripps’ condition ton was not affiliated to the force the follow-on, Compton Foundation ++ 28 and 16 shout $112 five years ago, until

has Lady “Cripps said International Lawn Tennis Feder- acting as captain in place of mpire 121 and for 4 wkts. we found she could jump.” oS
a e “his doctors. are 2tiom, It was for similar reasons Brown, decided that further bat- decid. ..... : ... 39 Farmer Wilfred White, who

Ee the West Indies were not ting practice would be more proi- S. Rudder took 7 Foundation gwns_ eight-year-old _Nizefela,

x With his progress’. admit {mk ad : : . pte ; f
who is suffering 2 ted as a nation in 1950. itable than a victory which would 2nd innings wickets for 2 runs. told the same story:
Sir SE ibercular itankicin a This year* another effort was do nothing to raise the M.C.C. REGIMENT vs. LEEWARD = “1 originally bought him for
’ entered a clinic here|™2de after finalising the con- stock. pF Regiment 132 for 8 decid. and $324, the first time he went into
stitu.ion of the B.C.L.T.A., in The decision w2s rather unfor- 98 for 8 decld the show ring. Before that he
Britis: Guiana. Application was tunate for Close who repeated his Leeward .... : 40 and 31 had been a plow horse
made to Australia, champicn first innings’ failure by again get- Regiment 2nd ‘innings Phillips —i.N.S.
nation, and they forwarded it to ting out for a ‘duck.’ But Shep- jg J[shmael 16 Brathwaite i
the bresident of the International pard, Parkhouse, Evans, Bailey : : } .

: . 7 A dle ds 10, innings .
Lawn Tennis Federation in Paris. and Wright all had breezy knocks Son aS ae ae Wife Of Dead Gunman

Reply came a few days ago. It and the crowd went home well gq “sh .
rete ech aks Wrest Indias could eee See ae ethattatmnant. tae, teem 6 Sor: 26. Freed Without Bail
NEW YORK, Dee. 23.

not be admitted as the central provided. COMBERMERE vs COLLEGE

body as the British Caribbean Combermere ...... 35 and 140 = =wirs Carmen Torresola, widow

Lawn Tennis Association was College 105 and for 1 wicket 24 of Grisello Torresola, Puerto
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Be or notify their customs that they will te The public are hereby warne: zinst | ROYAL NETHERLAND | | | CaReRani opulence walle ne caeemamaanm if ANDREW D. SHEPPARD =
eo 7 a aturday, ember 23rd] &'ving credit to my wife G. N Representing
, DIED wate ‘aaa 3rd meee HUSB NDS inee atone GALE m~ STEAMSHIP co Sontetees Life ,—_—- Sz
INEZ. On the 24th FOR RENT 23.12.50—2n,| not hold myself respohsible for her o . The M.V. “CARIBBEE will Cro F. cathabrowh tine LTb.,
; a het late resiiitiiie Fustic oso else contracting any debt or Sailing fr Acneland I bs ‘el. 2840
sucy lebts in my rn e less by writter ‘om Amsterdam & Dover accept rao 4 Pas . }
ewster, Bleanor Corbin ee eee P NOTICE ux order signed a = : "Ty col a Sth. December, 1950 ss =—,* i. ane Shep, 0
Athelstan, a ARI . = . “Bonaire” 5th., 6th. Januaty, 1950 j omit r ‘ }
helstan, | James and |__| VACCINATING CENTRES — vita DARRELL HUSBANDS, Selling from Amsterdam —m.s. “Willem ROKR” AMR,” Serer =. |
BEVERLY COURT — Modern Bunga-| Neva. P-M.G?s Hesidencf®. Etfenezer Four Hill stad” 15th. De ber, 19: ‘Oranje 7 . . }
28.12.50—1n.} low near Bays Water Deacons Re. Gascline Station, Four Reads. Alims- St. Peter stad” 19th January, tin, a Hersiia” ovis. 18 Bn. TERE CHIE Oat oT
Gi) ot Trot APply E. Stuart, Bryan, Popular Bakery, { !ouse, P-M.O's Office. Codrington Col- 28.12,50-—2n | 22rd. December, 1950. : Sts Seenadiantl “Sukie 10-DAY'S NEW N 1
oO! anon Tudor St 28.12 50—1n | lege. Mr. 4% L. Barrow's Residence Sailing from Hamburg, Bremen, and | January 196). SH
ce Ser = — seid taie agg Street. St. Margaret's School. Amsterdam “Boskoop™ ith. Decem vee
, LOGNE—St. Li . Near Newcastle ber, 1950, s.s. “Hermes” 19 semnbe: . . . y |
Pap. to-day. Friends | furnished. Vacant from the toe Senusey RLS. FRASER, 1950. te a ee B.W.1| SCHOONER OWN- FLOWER GLASS i} :
Sieties oor ears a Telephone 8607 28,12.50--2n Clerk, Commissioners of Health, ee ee Sailing to Trinidad Ete.m.s. “Helena” | for DOORS r | AND ALL GOOD
* : rts St. John, llth, December, 1950, s,s. “Cottica’ 26th, | ERS ASSOC N c 1 HES
: Rs te se Anas Fully furnished. Pe eee ae — REAL ESTATE | a 1950, s.s. “Willemstad” Ist cAweOl : ” JOmNAOW'S HARDWARE pel sie
, iy ‘urnished, for particulars ring anuary, 1950, ss. “Helder” 2nd. January \
Pier iaiteos cae | __ ee NOTICE hhh tne who "ire Ste we at cae YEAR
be y h
t (cousin). “SEAFORD” — Worthing. From 1st| ,,NEITHER the Master nor the Con- | inten =e “Oketeeee” ea Toys, and we are certainly
SRO Wor am; | JARO: {oF turtner "particulars Powe wanees of the MV. LADY, ill IN| December. 1980. —— fe &@ record business C. CARLTON BROWNE
. : . J C, ts, Government Hill s s ass y accommods
5, at the : ei tonya rome Ha. contra ed by the oy SS Sia“ane | avstable’™ passenger accom rodation | n them. oe Wholesale @ Retail Drageies
Boxing Day} e - in port. S$ . P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD BE WI 126 Roebuck St Dial 281:
place from her late resi.]| WINSLOW—Black Rock. F GUY MASSEL—Master. Read ~ Agent Pens JOUNSON’'S
M ‘rom ist} MANNIN Agents, ea iN STATIONERY 5
n . Christ Church. } J; c G & CO., LTD.—Consignees. | ‘f
Pe Dame SS, So Sete peste, tie aia so : | PAG EH I
fa Brathwaite, Evangeline, eho , | ~
oe Sait | __ NOTICE ‘Canadian National Steamships | =
. 12.50—I1n, ©. Gordon Bolden, Motor Mechanic BLABDON |
7 —_ OFFICIAL NOT ICE a. Benne oe left by Plane on \ Sean Sails Sails Sails Arrives 2 Me s
u a BARBADOS. Bee ee cant tance Sie So Shits | Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Ph Ringing in Our
Mate ela tebeevene hs IN THE ASSISTANT COURT January and in th na wonkrne AF.S, ny ee a a ee ee
and relatives for OF APFRAL hie tana — i meantime work at » W.VA. | LADY RODNEY .. + oo) ” Jan 19 Jan, 2 Jan. 29 Jan.
other a Borns Ce Josima Genre Jurisdiction) ruption under ‘o peotignn of hia Formerly Dixon & Bladon {aay eer i ‘ e 1 Ave: ith “ae i Ne VW St les!
n confined to the Nursing | JAMES ELBERTON SATE art (roe Ses FOR SALE y ,
—Det
fd, tape age, Meum ofan Oras ae oar Lost , re Airintos page “aon shake
in the “ ae p arbados jos in . John
OND "We HUTEHINSON, [aay or Novena Mags oe te, 28 | MB) pDEANE HOLLOw"—st. Lucy. || LADY RODNEY .. 25, Dec a Dee. € Jan. 7 Jan. FOR THE CHRISTMAS
all persons having any estate, right or id B T—-On December 25th — one with shingle roof, containing 3 | Re = ven 43 Jen. 2 Jun. $3 Jan.
interest in or @y lien or incumbranee | £0 racelet with chain attached | @) ped +s LADY RODNEY .. 1 Feb i2 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb.
Bisemory of Arlene Bannister effecting all that certain piece or parcel Between James Street Church, bus stand | Sane ticase “andar: quae | LADY NELSON 25 Feb 27 Feb 8 Mareh 9 Maren SEASON
of | yn. treet and National Paynes s, . Servant's a 3,
pet December, 1 ; ua jpituate at Dr. Gill's land in the! Bay Bus. ‘Finder will be suitably 2 garages and storerooms. 2% M.B.—Sublect, to change witnoat, noties. (° vewscw Jited with ooid more eham
pecial day ohn containing by ad ard fertile acres, option further 2% Passenger Feres and treigb'! applteation to :—
bu to my mind measurement one acre one rood and Antho z Fo a same to ie. acres. Offers considered ‘ er MEN’S SHOES!
Edo not think of you for nwa, a bytting and bounding Village. st. eee aileetee, Fitts . 3
rd to find: on lands o: iikie of C. L, Miller and = : “CASABLANCA” Maxwell's
7 § ai — May s ,
, Seana to fight ty ante ot Clarins Gikeeow on lags A GOLD PENCH.—On Saturday ard Coast. A beautiful property GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. — Agents. LADIES’ SHOES !
ar the blow, eto! ion on ds of Poo!| December. In Broad Street. Liberal embodying the finest prewar eackaiadaiaiad caealoadhidiied indians

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ever know.

"Pou lying in your grave
Part of my heart is buried there
Jean (mother).



‘themory of my beloved hus-
Franklin who fell asleep
December, 1948.

Wand my heartache

“ean heal

be a keepsake
in steal

“One has gone

Mot far away

et in the garden of

some day,

remembered by his loving

Franklyn of Long Bay,

27.12.50


























Smemory of Mary E, Rock.

Lucy died on 28th
ar has passed since that

safe in the arms of Jesus
Tei gentle breast there by his
grace
is at rest,
remembered by her family
Carmen Rock, Cartila
field Roek and Wilfred
nm), Amy Rock (daughter-
isa Rock (grand child).
pers please copy.

1949 Hillman Minx Saioon, one
ibsolutely first class condition.
Ltd. 28.12.50—3n.

ELECTRICAL

ps Radio 1936, Console model
with pick.up. For further
Phone 2824, 28.12.50—3n.




— Very old Mahogany
rene Mrs. Peebles, Bayleys,





lew and Second hand Furni-
ders from $15, Washstands $10,
Mahogany Vanities $85.,
ng Tables $30; Mahogany
from $45; Mahogany
. Birch $16. Also lots ‘of
in excellent condition
BEARD'S Showrooms, Hard-
Phone 4683.













28,12,50—6n

LIVESTOCK

ine Graded Guernsey

_Jariuany the 5th 1951.
calf. Telephone 95.267.

; 28.12,50-—3n






Cow to
30 pints











Songs of Praise—Hard Covers.
Apply: A. L, Waithe, High
23,12.50—In.

[ON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
ust received. This Fibre is clean,





} amd springy. Price 14 cents per
‘Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
ad. 15,12.50—t.f.n.




One Gentleman's Winter Coat
@llent condition



P glace to fill

: and also extra large panes
% inch thick. Dial 4222. G. W.
on & Co, Ltd. 19.12.50—t.f.n,













in
designs and colours just open-
for you. Yes! It's at THANI'S
Henry St. Dial 866 and Swan
14,12.50—t.f.n.

ee



TRUCKS — 5_ single Mule
. one double, one Buggy, newly

spare wheel. G. A. Clarke,
, St. George. 28.12.50—3n.





BABY'S PRAM in good con-
. Apply to A. A. Browne, Eagle
Pharmacy. Dial 4004 or 2154.

23,12,50—Sn.

Phone 4683.
28.12,.50—3n.

‘ANENT NEEDLES for your
Fesors player, and needles of all kinds,

“yooms, Hardwood Alley.

jords of all kinds too. A BARNES .&

.. LTD. 22.12.50-—.£.9

| Snapdragon Seedlings.
one 2533.

2/- per dozen.

HUTSON, .
28.12.50—1

JOHN F.



PUBLIC SALES
a

REAL ESTATE

“PINFOLD HOUSE”, Pinfold Street,
with the land thereto containing 8,488

sq. ft. Excellent business site. ty
G. L. W, Clarke & Co., Solicitors, James
23.12,50—6n,





Street.

SEASIOF HOUSE—“CALAIS” situate
near Dover, Christ Church, standing on
imately 2 roods, 1| perch of land.
dwellinghouse contains verandah,
iiving room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
rooms and toilet upstairs. Electric light
and running water throughout. Garage
and servants rooms in yard.

The above property will be set up for
sale ay public competition at our Office
James Street, on Friday 20th
1960 at 2 p.m. Inspection on application
to the tenant Mr. E. S. Burrowes, be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
12.50—lln Solicitors.

——_—_—————_$—$<——$s

15





No. 17 High Street,

at their Office,

1950, at 2 p.m.
“Sheldon”

of December,
Dwellinghouse called

feet,
Bay Street, St. Michael.

Inspection on application to Miss Est-

wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.

For further Particulars

tions of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
13.12.50—12n.







. Apply: Donald

: 20.12.50—t.f.n.

all needs, available

supply %” Plate Glass for

2 P—New h.p. National Vertical
i Oil Tedine also Water Pump
ch Suction, at Ralph Beard’s Show-

Deeember

THE undersigned will set up for sale

Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th bs
the
and
the land thereto containing 4,845 square
situate at Shot Hall Land, Upper

and Condi-



Plantation and on a right
however else the same may butt or
bound to bring before me an account
of their claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be examined
by me on amy Tuesday, or Friday be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) and
3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
before the 3lst day of January 1951, in
order that such el. may be ranked
according te the natune and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such
persons will be luded from the
benefit of the Decre®, and be
deprived of all claim’ on of against the
said property,

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
cay, the 3ist day of January 1951, at
W o'clock . When their said claims
will be ra
Given under my hand this 28rd day of

November, 1950.
I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
28.11,50—3n.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
JOSEPH GOSLIN BLACKMAN—Plaintift
JAMES ELBERTON BRATHWAITE
—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
ef an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 23rd day of November
1950, there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeat
at the Court House, Bridgetown, be-
tween the hours of 12 (noon) amd
2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the
Qnd day of February 1951, all that
certain piece or parcel of sand situate
at Dr. Gill’s land in the parish of Saint
John containing by admeasurement one
acre one rood and fourteen percies but-
ting and bounding on lands of H. Wilkie
of C. L. Miller and on lands of ou
Glascow on lands of Colleton Plantation
on lands of Pool Plantation and on a
right of way or however else the same
may butt or bound, and if not then sold
the said property will be set up for sale
ou every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same ts sold for a
sum not less than £250.

Dated this 23rd ony Us gg 1950.

LICES,
Assistant Court
of Appeal.
28,11.50—Sn.

iil ace
OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARD THE Peg couRT
APPEAL.

(Rauitable SE RTHY
NORA

MYRA LEO! Plant

ALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL

_ ery Defendant.
irsuance of an Order in this
as the above action made on the
24th day of October, 1950, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbranee
effecting all that certain piece or pareei
of land situate at Kirtons in the parish
of Saint Philip and Island, aforesaid con-
teining by admeasurement three roods
twenty perches be the same, more

of way or





















Ag. Clerk of the

IN
Court

~or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C. Larrier,
on lands now or late of J. R

deceased, on lands now oF
jate of M. L. McCarthy and on the
Public Road or however else the
same may abutt and bound, to bee
before me an account of their sal
claims with their witnesses,, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
houre of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the
Qrd day of January 1951, in order that
such claims may be ranked according
to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefit of the
said Decree, and be deprived of all
claim on or against the said property

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 3rd day of January, 1951, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 24th day
of October, 1950.

I, V. GILKES,
Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.

26.10. fina.

~ OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL

(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
MYRA LBOMORA MeCARTHY
Plaintiff.
MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL
Defendant.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order in the Assistant Court of
peal dated the 24th day of October,
| Apes there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal
at the Court House, Bridgetown, between
the hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o’c
in the afternoon on Friday the fifth (5)
day of January, 1951, all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate at Kirtons
in the pent of Saint Philip and Island
eroreedia containing by admeasurement

Coppin,

Acting





and on the Pubtic Road or however else
the same may butt and bound, and if not
then sold the said property will be eet
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the sam*
is sold for a sum not less than £166.16.4.

Dated this 24th day of October, 1950.

I. V. GILKES,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
26.10.50—3n



WANTED
HELP

WANTED IMMEDIATELY — Compet-
ent Stenographer preferably with ex-
perience in Commission Agency business.
Apply in person Room 304 Plantations
Ltd. Building between 9 and 12 a.m.

28.12.50—3n.









___ MISCELLA NEOUS —

PAYING GUEST

Mrs. Rose, Minister House, Marine

FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT Gard
lens would like paying guest.
PIONEER, Upper Collymore Rock.) Charming house and garden. $4.00
that desirable family ee ee ae breakfast and tea. $1.20 other meals
or 27,000 square feet of lan House in
; ore three bedrooms with when required Telephone 2758



perfect
ing water, all modern
d Servants room

Inepe

conveniences



da Dia

rieffe







immedia ate

three roods twenty perches be the same
more or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C. Larrier, on lands
now or late of J R Coppin, deceased
on lands now or late of M. L. McCarthy

16.12.50—4n

pitt pin cere





SEWING MACHINE
No
ndition

Singe

atter
Phone
28.12.5 50- cM

model preferred
must be ir
11,30

good

before ar

Jock | Merchandise or otherwise as the law directs


















reward, if return to Advocate Adytg. workmanship and well planned
Dept. 28.12.50—3n with 2 reception, 5 large bed-
rooms, verandah, kitchen, pantry. |

NOTICE Sarage, storerooms etc. The land

is approx. 2 acres with flower

and vegetable gardens,

orchard and coconut

acre of walled garden

sold separately
—

Re: ESTATE of
JOSEPH ALONZA PERRE
deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the Estate of Joseph Alonza

productive
grove. |
be

site

may
as building
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“SUNSET HOUSE" — Prospect.















Perre sometimes called Joseph Alonza St. James. Due
St. es Bungalow with wide , ve
, late ¥ The Garden Land. County sea-frontage and good baat ‘a Vessel From Leaves Barbados
this Island whe ied in ele “) oF a anchorage, 3 bedrooms, lounge, | SS. “DEFENDER” London 7th Dec 81st Dec.
the 2ist day of January 1p42, a by separate dining room, verandah S.S. “COLONIAL” Glasgow 9th Dee 25th Dec
required to send in partioutarn of “thelr i garage and paved court- | 3.S. “INVENTOR” . Liverpool 10th Dee 24th Dec
clains duly attested to the undersigned r . “MULBERRY HILL” London 23rd Dec. 8th Jan.
C/o Yearwood & Boyce, Solicitors, of “ROCK DUNDO’—Cave Hill. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool 24th Dec fth Jan.

No. 14 James Street, Bridgetown, on or
before the 15th day of Februamy 1951,
after which date I shall proceed to dis-
tribute the assets of the said Estate
among the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard to the debts and claims only
ef which I shall then have had no 5
and that IT shall not be liable for asset
so distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim I shall not have had
notice at the time of such distribution,

AND all persons indebted to the said

A well maintained and productive
Estate of some 32 acres in a very
lovely position 2 miles from City
The house is worthy of especial
notice and poss@sses great charm.
Its general structure is excellent
and there is spacious accommoda-
tion



Estate are required to settle their ac-
counts without delay. AUCTIONEER
Dated this 6th day of December 1950. PLANTATIONS BUILDING

SERPs, (DFORD
Qualified Executor of ne eetate of

Joseph Alonza Perre, deceased.
13,12.50-—4n.

|
naan setae acmer |
Phone 4640



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

V—_—_—_—_——S

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

“To examine the conditions in the port area in regard to
the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic,
wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their
regulation and improvement.”

2. The Committee invites persons and organisations interested
to give information orally and in writing. All such persons and
organisations should communicate with or send memoranda to the
Secretary, Mr. F. J, Odle of the Labour Department before 1fth
January, 1951.

3. It would be of considerable benefit to the committee if eight |
eopies of all memoranda could be supplied. |

4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as pos- |
sible and it is hoped that anyone who can give any relevant infor- |
mation will not hesitate to make it available to the committee.

22,12.50—3n |



TOKEN IMPORTS FROM THE U.S.A. |
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 f
Raw Materials. !

Add: —Cigarettes, Minerals, Earth Pigment. Rayon Fabrics, Rayon |
Dresses, Cotton Dresses, Cotton Shirts, Electric Fans, |
Radio Apparatus, Freezers & Parts, Electrical Household
Washing Machines, Manufactured Plastic Products, Office
Appliances & parts, Industrial, Chemical Electric House-
hold Refrigerators,
(Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP, |
Comptroller of Supplies.

2ist December, 1950. 23.12.50—2n |









BARBADOS

TRADE MARK CAUTION

DE WITT & COMPANY, LIMITED, of
Export Drugesists
Marks :— |

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that E. C
2, Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon, Surrey, England, Wholesale
are the owners and exclusive proprietors of the following Trade

OINTMENT

|
MANZAN |

BRAND




. pawns

ey Sg

» ANTACID
POWDER








DE WITT’S

upon Pharmacheutical Preparations,
in selling the said goods,
Register of Trade Marks kept under the Trade
law in certain British



with the
that the said Trade Marks
Marks

Possessions and

all used in connexion business of
the above named Company
have been registered im the
Act, 1938 (Imperial) and are protected by
Foreign States; and that any infringement, fraudulent imitation or improper appli
vation of the said Trade Marks ‘or any of them) or violation of the rights of the
aforenamed Company in respect thereof within Barbados will be dealt with under
the Merchandise Marks Act Theo to amend the law relating to fraudulent marks of
28th day of December, 1950
REGINALD W. BARKER & CO

British and Foreign Patent and Trade Mark Agents

61, Cheapside, London, E.C.2, Engiand,
For and on behalf of
E.C, DE WITT & COME

Dated this

THANKS TO ONE AND ALL
for your splendid support during the year.

WE WISH YOU
a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.

THE CENTRAL EMPORTUM

(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets,

ENGEL NS WOON

WE BLENDERS OF ..
Gaylor’s Special Riended Rum
(With The
WISIHING

A Very Happy New SVear.

“nommuaunuawsnat



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HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
For

London



Vessel
“SPECIALIST”

Closes in Barbados
5th Jan

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.-—Agents












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CANADIAN SERVICES
From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, N.S.
To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.
t
LOADING DATES Expected
Halifax St. John | Arrival Dates
Bridgetown
S.S. SUNDIAL 18th Dec, { éth Jan
S.S. SUNJEWEL and, Jan 29th Dec 16th Jan
8.8. SUNRAY } 1th Jan | 27th Jan
UK, SERVICT
Arrival Dates
Expected
Bridgetown
5.5. LONDON MARINER 8th Jan
S.S, BEECH HILI 18th Jan
PLANTATIONS LIMITED-— Agents
PHONE 4703

SAGUENAY TERMINALS

CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
(French Line)





S.S. “GASCOGNE" Trinidad & French Guiana on

)
Sailing to
26th, 1950 |

)

December
Sailing to
Martinique and Guadeloupe on
3rd, 1951.
Sailing to Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao,

i
Cartagena and Jamaica on January 17th,
1950. \

S.S. "GASCOGNE” Plymouth and Le Havre via

January

S.S. “COLOMBIE”







S.S. “COLOMBIE"” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via tl
Martinique and Guadeloupe on January )
28th, 1950, ie

All ships accepting Passengers, Cargo and Mail. =
“GASCOGN First Class passages Only.

“COLOMBIE” First, Cabin and Tourist Class passages

For further particulars apply to:

R.M. JONES & CO. LTD.—Agents.









BROWNE’S NAUTICAL ALMANAC
FOR 1951



As we approach the close of
another year we look back
with gratitude to the support
ind cooperation of those we
have had the pleasure of
serving throughout the year
and take this opportunity of
expressing our sincere
“thanks” extend:

Best Wishes for
e A
FROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

DOWDING ESTATES AND TRADING
Bhd anoint

and



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CHILDREN’S SHOES!
ALSO THE LATEST DESIGNS IN
PUMPS and SANDALS

Also
Fully-fashioned Hosiery and a great variety of
Polishes and Cleaners.

available: Swimming Rings & Water Wings.



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Boswell Beats
Al Browne



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GEORGETOWN, B.G. Dee. 27
Boswell St. Louis, Caribbean

lightweight chempion won 1
jecis on over Al Browne, British
Gliana featherweight champion
in-a 10+rounder before a record
erewda of yelling fight fans on
che G.F:C. ground Boxing Day.
Browne weighing in at 133 Ibs

comceded tive and three quarter
ibs, to Boswell.
Towards the end of the ninth

round. Browne floored Boswell
for n@ count and on three other
ceeasions Boswell hit the canwas.
The tenth round was a thriller ag
the “crowd shouted themselves,
hearse, while both men stood tc
to toe and slugged it out. ~
Fight fans broke into derisive
booing as referee Tommy Wheat-|
ing raised Boswell’s hand in vic-

vory. © Police ‘had a- difficult tim
yo ‘preserve order as round
“crowds invaded the ringside
swarmed into the ring

In*the preliminary bout Calvin
Garfaway was awarded the figh
in the last round of an ei
roufider. with: Young Bibbs whk«

was Gisqualified for not trying



Queen’s Horse Wins
Steeple Chase

LONDON, Dec. 26
The ‘Queen today saw her new
steeple-chaser. Manicou win it

thirct’ straight race against high-
class opposition at Kempton Park
Manicou, a five-year-old bay. i
his first. season of jumping
seored by three lengths in
three mile King George VI Handi-

. Silver Fame and Colored
School. Boy both veteran
"National and third respectively, The vic
tery was. worth about £2,000.

Manicou sired by Last Post out
of Mylaé paid 5 to 1, Monaveen
previously the No. | jumper ir

the Queen's stables fell and hac

to be shot during a
weeks ago.
Today the holiday

race three

race crowd

cheered itself hoarse, and threw!
their Hats in the air when the
Queen’s horse won. A few min-

utes after the victory, the Quee |.

was down in the paddock to shak:
hands with jockey Bryan Marshall
and to pat Manicou’s nose cP)



WINT SETS NEW RECORD

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand,
Dec. 27
Arthur Wint, Jamaica’s Olympk

Champion won the 400 metré
final to-day in the Canterbuly
Centennia) Games. He finisoed
18 seconds ahead of Ameri-
ican Mal Whitfield and his time
of 46.9 secs. was believed to be

the fastest recorded in Australi:
or New Zealand for the distanc«
The 100 yards final was wo:

yy W. Degruchy of Australia i.
9.7 secs. A. R, Bragg, US. wa

segond and E. McDonald Bailey
é6f Britain was third.

Miss Marjorie Jackson of Aus-
tralia, Empire Games Champion
won the 75 yards in 8.3 secs. to
beat the New Zealand record by
1/6 of a second,

—Reuter.



LADY SPRINTERS

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 2!
After strong criticisms appear-
ing in the Press, the Amateut
Athletic Association in. Trinidad
have issued invitations to Eileen
King, Pearl Gooding and Julia
Charles, the island’s top women
sprinters, to get ready for the
trials to be held prior to the selec-
tion of the Trinidad team for the
Pan American Games at Buenos
Aires early next year.

errr Canasta

* by M. HARRISON-GRAY

T. ts normally considered
bad Rlay to meld without
taking the discard pile when
Falnersbilitye he your
—tLe. when your

score is between 61500.
io 80, you are
secueing the number of cards
oR id, and will thereby
er the initiative to your
Opponents. They will be able

freeze the pack, 1

e mathematica!

. with
in their fayour—for each
em will have his full

quota of 11 cards.

As always in this fascinating

game, however, there are

ptions to the rule
uppose you are dealt:

K, 16, 10, 5, 5, 5. 5, Joker,
2, 2

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put only for going out quickly

does pot contain a sufl-
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Outsiders Win At

Trinidad Races

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Tuesday,
The T.T.C. Christmas meeting opened on Tuesday in
the most miserable weathe1
day, outsiders won the majority of the races although in
one or two cases the favourite came home as in the Derby
class Fernandes Trophy over a mile

and the C
Of course it was a good day
for the Jamaican breds and when



the last Xmas meeting is remem
bered, one is tempted’ to believe
that the Jamaicans run better in
mud than those bred in Barba
dos and Trinidad

One Jamaican however who
might have won whether = th:
going was hard or soft was Foot
mark, winner of the Derby. This
upstanding colt by Merrymar!}
out of Goody-two Shoes, I under
sfand from his owner Mr. F. M
Watson, prefers the soft going
but he won in such impressiv:
style that it would have taken
Watercress at her best to give
him a race

Unfortunately neither Water-
cress nor Bowbells ran true to

form and this left Footmark with
an easy but hollow victory It
reminded me of Ligan’s victory in
the Trial Stakes in 1948

Footmark was not bred
owner but Mr, Watson owns his
sire Merrymark as well as ten
broodmares and revealed ton’znt
that in future he will breed in
Jamaica and race in Trinidad
because he was very pleased
with the general setup of racing
in these parts and thought the
public very sporting in the way
they received the first Jamaican
victory in a Trinidad classic. In
as much Footmark cannot
return to Jamaica I look forward
to seeing his future career in ‘the
South Caribbean. I think he will
make a good one from six fur-
longs to a mile and later possibly
nine furlongs

The other classic of the meeting
went.to Jamaica also, when the
Jester II, another Merrymark
horse ran away with the Breed-
ers’ Stakes He is not however
owned in Jamaica and the
first major successful purchase
of his owner Mr. S. W. Branke:
who has already bought a fev
Jamaican creoles

by his

was

In the case of the Jester, how-
ever, it would be unwise to say
how good he is as the start wa:
a bad one which he got the bes
of, and most of the best two-year
olds out here were off colour

Most notable of these was
Best Wishes who closed down jie
a clam after

running three and i
half furlong Cross Roads ra®
well, but was one of those pat

ticularly badly off

The other very impressive vi
tory for the day was when Atomik
II barely nosed out Elizabethan
on the post, to take the Governor ;
Cup after a gruelling stretch bat
tle with the imported mare, Tue
honours were almost equally
divided, as it was discovere!
afterwards that Elizabethan slip-
ped badly on the final turn and it
was at that precise moment (hat
Atomic If drew level with her.

Whatever might have been the





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MONTHS OLD MARGA is supported by a sling as her
famous swimming mother Nel Van Vliet Dutch champion introduces
Nel intends swimming this season



START

S. Fort

Gas

bigge

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Expres

imaginable. Throughout the

possible result, this does not how-
ever detract from the fine victory
of the best miler that the champicn
sire O,T.C, has produced

This makes the first Barbados
creole ever to win a Governor's
Cup, and it also made it the last
major event in the South Carib-
bean to be won by the progeny
of O.T.C. Few horses could have
fought a more determined battic
at the finish and in a chat with
Frank O'Neil who rode Atomic il
after the race, he told me that
he thought that the big horse was
still feeling his leg a bit and that
explained why he was bearing
slightly on Elizabethan

Holder on Elizabethan told me
he did not think this interfered
with the mare’s chances of wih
ning. It was in fact the best finiso
for the entire day.

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What’s on Today

S.S. Gascogne arrives from

England, 6.00 am.
Barbados Advocate’s Photo
Exhibition at Barbados
Museum
Meeting St. Thomas Vestry
1.00 p.m ,
Sale of “Sheldon,” Upper

Bay Street, Messrs Cottle
Catford & Co,, 2.00 p.m
Police Band Concert at the

Leper Asylum 4.00 p.m
Darryl! F. Zanuck’s “No

Way Out” at Empire

Theatre, 8.30 p.m.

‘House of Dracula’ and
“Mummy's Ghost” at
Globe Theatre, 8.30 p.m

Samuel Goldwyn’s “Our
Very Own” alt Bridge-

town Plaza, 8.30 p.m.





Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.41 ins,

Temperature (Max.) 82.5°F

Temperature:

(Min) 71L.5°F

Wind .Direction (9 a.m.)

E.N.E

(3 p.m.) E.N.E.

Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.970

(3 p.m.) 29.878.










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6.25 p.m.
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Atom Bomb Would |
Split kast— West

Says Archbishop Of York

NEW YORK, Dec. 29.

D&. CYRIL GARBETT, Archbishop of York,
second ranking Anglican leader, said to-day

that the use of the atomic bomb in Korea “would
never be forgotten or forgiven and would resuit in
an irreparable breach between East and West.”
He wrote in a pastoral letter: “Use of the atomic
bomb could only be justified as a final attempt to
save Western civilisation from catastrophic ruin

by unprovoked aggression.

Declaring it was urgent to se-

feure a good understandin with

Britain May S soon | China, Dr. Garbett weiter “The

| very thought of the possibility |

Name Duheesador jot war with this patient long
suffering people is hateful

TO SPAIN “The use of the atomic bomb

| Against their cities, would out-

LONDON, Dec, 28. |Tage the conscience of our} MOTOR CAR X-466, own

Britain has asked Spain 1 for it] PERCH
agreement to the appointment o: He called for another attempt
a new Ambassador to Madric | “at the earliest possible moment
usually well informed quarters jrj@nd at the highest level”, to reach
London believed to- day agreement with Russia—without|

Asked today whether Spaiu’s| which there could be no peace in
agreement had been sought, the] the world.”
Foreign Office spokesman re-| Referring to

Callendar Road, Christ Church

Motor Car
Burnt Out

Communism, he

plied: “It is not our custom tc] wrote, “in many European coun-} Motor car X-466, whicl
comment on such matters.” Hej tries, a widespread mood of des-/ being driven along Cal
added that the news of the ap-| pairing fatalism is destroying the| Road, Christ Chureh
pointment of a British Ambassa-]| will to resist, Wiggins, on Wednes







dor was likely within a few days. “Unless there is a definite con-| caught fire. The uph

The new Ambz Jor is © ,_.| Vietion that Marxian Communism} Wood-work were burnt out,
od tp he Sie emnirone expect! is so evil that it must be resisted} Cpl. Hurdle, ussisted by Henry

to be Sir vohn alour present) 4+ all costs, the atmosphere of} Goodman, owner f the car
British Ambassador to Argentina 7 : ; »| extinguished the blaze. U

pap ‘ wid do “cad ‘| helpless frustration will spread HTB Oe ,

Since December 1946, when Sir yesterday mornings he ca
Victor Mallet was withdrawn ii Unless Britons were prepared| still on the spot—parked at the
accordance with the United) to resist, there was the grim] side of the road. It was filled with
Nations resolution forbidding} probability that they might share] dirt and the seats h
member Governments to be repre-| the fate of Eastern Germany,| dragged out of the cat ‘
sented by a Spanish Ambassador] Poland and Czechoslovakia. | |the gutter. Two of th |
or Minister, the British Embassy} «phe Church must oppose| were wide open
in Madrid had been headel by a vigorously, this materialistic form be eticet 4
Charge d’Affaires.—Reuter. of Communism,” he wrote

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U.S. Tells Italy to Go
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= creating such. demiar
Storte WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. | that the Governm
LONDON, Dec. 28 The United States is reported! Sider the restoring of
Police were to dredge part of|t@ have told the Italian Govern- eae ry clas : tee
the River Crouch in Essex to-day| ment to “go ahead” immediately a7 $y oa red Thursda
in their hunt for the Coronation} with plans for manufacturing] 0) guy wae treed at pt aaah =
Btone stolen from Westminster] arms worth about $400,000,000,) (oc). jast April. Prices first rose
Abbey on Christmas Day | next year. sharply then ; ; time
j : An official said that the State] non meat wa plentiful
During the night police} Department had assured Italy Re ey tly hes E + ain
launches patrolled a stretch of] informally, that financial aid] anq in’ mar frort
the river banks following @]| would be forthcoming in the shi ena hb than the
mysterious phone call that a European rearmament programme ’ st i —~(CP
“heavy bundie’” ad been trans- P old, controlled rate ,

ferret trons to help them,







A Gubseanent fener maid’ the The’ “amount of dollar aid, it eee
ae ty oe ape 4. | Was emphasised, would depend on Bal TT? 7
ae ee been. Cuapeg mio | the Italians own production Britain W ill Scrap
Police suspect it was t effort,
eet ome ee eee The Italian plan called for the Old Rail Motors
—Reuter, | turning out of rifles, mortars,
machine guns, transport vehicles, LONDON, Dec. 28
| cargo lorries and large quantities Britons soon wiil say farewell
. ‘ of ammunition, it was reported. | t® the wheeled Methusel on
Brazil Communists —Reuter. | their railroads. These incl 1co-
motives dating back to and
passenger < vintage with









Plan Action Jan. 3 | E J shutoff compartments which 1 ust
' gypt Preparing wae fr ) ide rather
reported that Com-| For Next War Under the 1951

are planning further agi-| ing programme



RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 28.
It is reliably
munists



railroad build-
innounced on







tation throughout the country fol.! \ Wednesday night, most of these
lowing trouble which broke out| m CAIRO, Dec. 28 ,!museum pieces will be scrapped
last week when more than 1,000 Fearing that the Middle East jn their place will be dozens of
were arrested. will become one of the battlefields} diese) locomotives and inds
Brazilian Communist Leader|im a new world war, Egypt is) of ultramodern cars

Luiz Prestes said that strikes,!aking elaborate civil defencé But the old crocks wont be for-
political veet‘ngs, distribution of; Preparations. Sit pene preter mea expect

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| Asia Urges
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SUCCESS, N.Y., Dec. 28
Asian countries
Nations, it was reporte
pressing the Unite
tates to negotiate with Commun
China for settlement of all Fa
tern political problems. The
said to feel that such negot '
tion are the only possib|

ieans for a Solution to the Korea
ana ian J OOps \ r without a military knockout

in the

pe! Oo ie ove

Henry Goodman wre c@ipictety burnt out Wednesday night along



Ever since the Chinese Com

Will Return Home

a, the countries of Asia with
ten to



exception of the Philippines
urging the US. t
Communi

ve been

Peiping’
; : OTTAWA, Dec.28 emands that it
Most of Canada’s 345 man army advance party in Kore Withdraw its troops fron
will return home probably wy ithin a mo nth | Korea ;
A » se »Tit Tleet
The Canadian Press news agency says this confirn Withdraw the Seventh * Flee

Formosa
Its opposition to the
he Communist Chinese

the army no longer desires that 10.000 of its spec
should go to Korea,

seating of
regime



It clears the way for the foree to go to Europe nex} spring | jin the U.N
the agency added . | They believe these concession
* Part of the advance: party vould bring peace to Asia
Korea on administrative| est. temporarily This view we

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infantry battalic lied in a 12 power resolutic

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wt expected to be the o 1ey put before the U.N. assem }
r ’ Mi > fmnit committed there two weeks ago (CP)
rHAT CA} E i» The Canadian Army ee hi |

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@ A Barbadian groom had increase over 1949 o » oe 1 Reds Denounce

i dream on December 23, *forward to continued y . eS
He dreamt that Elizabethan |j next year, The bulk of the i US. Foreign Polie.
was Winning the Governor's increase arose from the fort .
Cup in the Trinidad Races ftion of a special Korea force NEW YORK, Dee. 28
Suddenly just when Eliza- +The overall total includes son American Communists de
bethan appeared to have the | 20,000 men in the regular fort sunced the United States foreigt

ce in hand a big strong 110400 in the special force at oliey at three public — rallic
horse drew level and forged Fen by it 46.000 in the reserves } penin their Party Gonventior
ahead to pass the winning t 7 | here last night
post first, Elizabethan fin- An official review on Thursday; Benjamin Davis, a former Negré
ishing second. In his dream Psaid the present tota; is 15,5 ity Councilman and one of the
he could not recognise the higher than in 1949 and quot ommunists convicted of conspir
horse but he did remember } Defence Minister Glaxton ng to overthrow the Goyernment
that the dream jockey wore | hailing this growth a u | old a negro audience that Chinese
a red cap ; Blanding sign of the t i | and Ke is had handed America

Feverishly consulting his which the Army has g the “greatest political setback
Trinidad racebook the fol- nomesaf age since iar reorgan ver
lowing morning, he, ciscov- “bed as a peacetime po This, he said, gave. him, double
ered that the rider of Atomic | four years ago —Reuter & (C pede, because American imperial
Il would be wearing a red were suffering from “the very
cap. So with no delay and ne opie they hate and despise.”
pinning his faith in his In Brooklyn, Simon Gerson, a
dream he got $2.00 sent to Gen. Motors Build | ~arty Leader in New York State
Trinidad and invested in the toes his listeners to “c¥rb our

forecast Atomic II—Eliza-

Car Of The Future’ The. coueenton will meet in





bethar To-day his dream
ame true, he is richer by DETROIT. D ai rivate teda) iets
$54.00 r if Lec 20 —Reu r.
s A lot of futuristic ideas about}
automobiles are t¢ iin al te ee
" ~~ + ew ¢€ x perime ital be ,
German Bishop alls oo Gest woos. "| British Warships
Drain child o ariey . sill (
‘ on... y a M. Vice President in charge i
Ik or Unity Talks tyling the car, is a low sleek! Visit U.S. marty i
oid ; os, ports unit with eping | | LN rf |
KS He. BERLIN, Dec _ 28 that gave ppearance | ne ott ~ oe poe
Bishop Itto Dibeliu: of Berlin, | many recent contents of the car >! hree sr 4 warships ar
leader of 37,000,000 German Pro- the future ke a five-day informal visit
testants said here to-night that h: Barl se eda he the United States naval oer
avoured get gether talks g base at t i
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world war is to be used in settiMf| engine or carriage is taken off the} his private home in Magnesium and aium o Commander-ineChief of
ned for January 3 tL up protection against both old and] run. talks between Germany's two pre- | loys will be used in constructi he Wi ‘ Edie Waticn oad me
Security police however: were) new methods of warfare, Egyptian Their quest will be for souven- | Miers, Otto Grotewohi from East |ithe car named Le Sabre. | bl rehentne t I 1.600 tons)
suid to be taking necessary steps ; - ; . , rigates Bigbury Bay (1,600 tor
DE ee ten ae aga ear missions in the United States and) irs of their old faithfuls perhaps a}and Konrad Adenauer from We bo b PoWares with an experimet nd Sparrow (1,500 t }
to prevent Communist action. Britain are studying the latest] whistle or numb plate or even | Germany if it would help Germa engine with a 10 to { ni ey _—Reuter
—Reuter. methods of civil defence includi'iz|a steam lever,(CP) unity. pres pi ratio plus a su har :
protection against the atom bomb I \| make myself available | will have a dual! ystem|
In Pani A f d tment vl coketeall aloos to soe = permit “rele es of enriches) Dime-Bomb Killer
S A Civu Defence departm is EVA CHANGES V ne ge 2 s fuel at certain speed level "
Audience vii alc bein wahaen ritk h roval that unity which is so fervently Cy ; ) . :
aing created with the approve ; 18. engine ill develop more inj y
HAIFA. Dec. 28 of the Council of Ministers HER MIND desired by all of us, 300 horsepower with the super-| Appeals Senterce
f AA; ec, 26. ut une
A first night theatre audience oF BUENOS AIRES, Dec, 28. rhe emergence of Dibelius as a) Ars (cP) es! | QUEBEC. Dec. 28
listening to the Corsican-born Eva Peron changed her ad nd. GP can = eS! ea Bea ween | CKnoraux Roust, watchmaker
enact Sir, Bees See h twice in a week and decided aftet Bauer is tramniny d Teply to East ARTIE'’'S HEADLINE ‘under sentence. of death in con
th as a tear gas bomb was 320 Old People Lunc all to accept the contribution of 3] Gorman “peace” overtures de | nectior vith the time bomb
thrown among them . ° . iay’s pay wh d employed] auned to | peact ‘ tures eon a Umi ahs
av oe : . signec ring all Germany under } which blew up a inadian
} aay were made to leave the With Italian President person in Argent m domes- nae Demoe ratic” Gbvarainen iner 15 month ago killing 23
bea ROME, Dec. 28 tic to public d t©} Christian Democrats in Berlin people has appealed
F Before et pertosmanes Stee President Einaudi of Italy and}make to het cial foundation last} said today that Adenauer was giv- | His appeal which questions th
* ee: dd soit Tino Rossi his wife to-day gave a lunch to| Octobe 2 ling “minute attention” to a draft legalit of evidence admitted
wen re Te ee h the Nazis 320 old people in the sumptuous Last in-l of the reply is trial will be heard here
He collaborated with th banqueting hall of the Quirinale|tributions returned the —Reuter. February. Reust was convicted |
Later Rossi took the micro-| Palace. lisagreer ent of i ; t wer n oe c Alb pert Gua |
phone as the people walked back ‘ Chosen from the poorest in A eilowing oh ef 1 i ng ; he i ve h y Gest } at wh :
into the Armon theatre and said:| Rome, they afrrived in specu veneral Labour Confederatior ane - > be nC on . 1
“You know I have always been] buses, entered the _ presidential| other tate controlled Labour EARTHQUAKE IN Le nurdering his v Reuter |
with you”. They cheered palace by the main gate and | organisations - 1ecept re ane STi KITTS v |
He is to give a series of ‘per-| mounted the stairease of honour)ment on behalf of their alates ie a |
formances in Israel and then g°]/to be received by the Presidert! however he lecided to keey (Pre Our ou ag at * BOY KILLED BY TYRE
to France to make two films, and Signora Einaudi, | the money : : a ST. KITTS, Dec. 28, —o BUENOS AIRHS. Dev 28
—Reuter. —Reuter. —Reuter, here were severe earthquake od Bea RT has a8,
iit ——-—ee Hchocks from 2 P.M, yesterday to V4 ee | QO DOYS paayieng Wi . Ta }
. rg early morning to-day. No damage eee LOR ou Oe a garage in oronel |
: ; : ‘ T AS SHOPPIN * vas reported in St. Kitts but there “a i UAT IRL Bueno Aires provinces
4 4 ‘ tt } i ute ume
have been reports from Nevis that Cow fini Neieierao j | attache nm automatic “air pur
ome buildings have been dam eels a= | of tl fi ty t It ¢ 1od
aged “JTe's this unofficial crike ne ur grave
Inhabitants of Charlestown left at London Alyvpors.
their houses and slent in the oper — —Reute:



one of tores yesterday;

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PRAGUE, Dec. 29, being re-organised ‘ the neetin ov for failing i |
Communist party members in Soviet model the duties of a member of j
the Czechoslovak army _ have The regulation appeal to Cornmmunist party?’
been forbidden to criticise then jlefine the rel ve compete The regulations give ever
officers “in service matters”, the of army officer an ) ti 1unist n the army. tl |
army newspaper Obrana Lidu branches in the army ght to go traight to Com
reported to-day They emphasise the rit munist party headquarters wit }
New regulations ssued to of officers ly ( en complaint about any other |
party branches in the army sa} ifstinct f ff f munist in the army re rd
th have no right to: emand tf t nk
Control or criticise the in the Obrano Lidu id the pre
activities of commanders his strength” to ensurt ine of the Czechosl
» Dd reports on scrvi eving out mr 1¢ ordé enant
fi tie and to strengther la
Criticise officers orders, or thereby creasing the ght de “
4 Give orders ‘concerning treneth of he arty t embarki
risdiction of commanders” But the t { developme
t the’ same time the an officer can be criticise egulatio
ré ilatior give Communist r violating the at ( ere ase
he army full freedom in puré statutes of the party, criticisir yerier pa |
4. matter the ¢ ‘ f ‘ { r r t 5 n the Soviet i
Czechoslovak army is party ngresse nference —Reuter





on Decen

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FIVE CENTS
Year 55





le

te 38th Parallel

TOKYO, Dec. 28.

(,ENERAL MACARTHUR’S Intelligence Staff

estimated today that the Chinese could throw
150,000 men against the Eighth Army, covering
the South Korean capital of Seoul, between New
Year’s Day and January 10.
Limited attacks in lesser strength could be launched
“at any time’’, the Intelligence officers added. The
Chinese could reinforce this strength in the west
by between 100,000 and 150,000 troops released by
the United Nations evacuation of the northeast
coast.

American





Shooting Star yet
duelied with a greatly uperioi
force of M.I.G’s this mor

| the air force said, the pre

38,325 U.S. des







ruction of two Commun
. . jets and the damaging of a this
Casualties | was claimed
| American Intelligence ¢
WASHINGTON, Dee, 28, believe that part of the Cnhines¢
Announced United States | foreés in Korea is now sout
casualties in the Korea war | ‘he 38th parallel
rose to 38,325 by mid-night | Iw Chines army corps of
December 22, an increase of free divisions each have now
1,904 over the previous been identified massed along the
week. Of these 6.432 were 8th. parallel north of Seoul
deaths, | Intelligence report pul then
} withi 35) mile ot the South
The Defence Department Kore capital one north of
releasing the ligures to-day he Imijin River and the other :
said that they represented |} the Yongchon area
only the notifications sent to | I t eattered — actir
next of kin. —Reuter } occurred on. the central ar
| eastern ectors rf the United
= | Nation front yesterday ar
m 4 American Eighth Arm pokesman
French Evacuate |
Phe four week genera! full
* * prevailed eon the ground
Binhliew Outpost } Allied warplane eneeteaaly
ou ‘ ] + eed .
SAIG( IN, Indo-China. Dee, 28. | neces iy ee rad) ~haeaMel
‘rench Union fore have | sai : :
vacuated Binhlieu, one of thei : Se ei,
ast outposts near the Ci bo ey beeper tot ee sae
r, French army official oped exceleny” neu
unted. hare today their bombing raids on the
The post is 12 mile rth of the | Communist positior mmediately
French stronghold of Tienyen ehind the line central. and
he Tonking coast stern Korea
The railtown of Kumswa
Most of the Binhlieu garriso iles 1 theust of Seoul received
ficceeded in joining up with af the brunt of the attack The
elief column sent to help them upe i et no opposition
They said they had a “sharp and ithe: he r or from tt
unequal fight with Vietnamh round
guerillas The plane: flew 717 combat
French forees have also evacu orties on Wednesday The
ated Chauson defence post on the] United States’ Rar @ast Air Foree
northeast sector of the Tonking reported nearly 1,000 Communist
front troops casualties and 450 supply



—Reuter,

buildings and barracks destroyed
} or damaged
This mornir

48 U.N. PLANES SHOT | {°\, 0"

Russian type

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damaged
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Â¥ in encounter with a grou, {
DOWN REDS CLAIM them over Korea the Fifth Aj
ile F Force announced, No details ¢
LONDON, Dec 28 | the ngagement were vailable
The a Koreans claimed} A totn of 34 Russiar ! et
aay they shot dow tl wis sighted yesterday bs
United ition plane betwec
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arm had completely liberated” | THE NEWS

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Hamhung region 6 miles
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