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ESTABLISHED 1895



Six Parishes Elect |
Vestrymen |

‘WO LADIES were successful in the Vestry)
Elections held yesterday. They are Mrs. V. FE.
Rock, who topped the polls in St. Andrew and Mrs.
F. E. Daysh in St. Philip. Mr. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.
again topped the polls in St. Michael. This was
for the eleventh occasion in succession. He received
859 votes out of 1,169, 7 of which were spoilt. Mr.

F. McD. Symmonds was

Further Study
Needed for U.S
Note To U.N.

LONDON, Jan, 8.

The American note to several
United Nations members on the
policy towards China will need to
be discussed with other interested
parties such as the Governments
of Western Europe, a Foreign
Office spokesman said today.

He added that consultations
would probably take place in New
York. ‘

The note was reported to pro-
pose branding the Peking Govern-
ment as aggressor in Korea, a
general break in diplomatic rela-
tions with Peking and economic
sanctions if it did not agree to a
cease fire.

Observers here consider that
the proposals might accentuate
differences of view on _ policy
towards China within the present
Commonwealth conference.

Britain and India continued to
favour diplomatic relations with
Peking but several other Common-
wealth countries including Can-
ada, Australia and South Africa
oppose it.—Reuter.

Yugoslavia “Rounds
Up Spy Groups

BELGRADE, Jan, 8.

Yugoslavia’s Government an-
pounced today that police with
the help of the local population
had rounded up “several groups
of spies and of diversionists sent
in by the Bulgarian Government”.

The groups were armed with
machineguns and pistols and had
undergone special sabotage and
espionage courses in Bulgaria, it
Was said.

The communique said that on
December 5 Yugoslav police chal-
lenged. three men at Prolta on the
Bulgarian border, who opened fire
upon them.

One was killed in the resulting
fight and another was killed next
day after escaping.

Almost 2,000 Cominform propa
ganda pamphlets were found on
one of the dead men. One man
had no identificatior® papers.

The communique said 11 Com-
inform sympathisers — nine Bul-
garians and two Yugoslavs — had
been rounded up recently.—Reuter





Eisenhower Calls
On French Premier

PARIS, Jan. 8.

General Eisenhower, Supreme
Commander Atlantic Pact forces
in Europe called on French Prime
Minister Rene Pleven to-day,

Eisenhower was accompanied by
his Chief of Staff General Gruen-
ther, an interpreter and French
General Durosoy who has been ap-
pointed special liaison offiter to
him during his visit to France.

The street outside the French
Premier’s residence was jammed
with traffic as Eisenhower drove
into the courtyard,

Press photographers were allow-
ed in the hall.

The General left for the Foreign
Ministry.

Defence Minister Jules Moch
announced on December 19 that
three French divisions based in
Germany would come under the
orders of the Supreme Conimand-
er immediately. —Reuter.





END



TWO OF THE CANDIDATES who were unsuccessful (Mr. Maynard left, Mr
as the votes are abont to be counted after the St. Michael Vestry election

second with 659.

A newcomer to the St. Michae?
Vestry is Mr. J, W. Hewitt who
j'was plated at number seven with

600 votas. He filled the seat
vacated by Mr. F. E. C, Bethell,
M.C.P., who did not stand fer
re-election.

Mrs. E, E. Bourne and Miss

V. £. Foster, two other ladies
who came forward for St. Andrew
were unsuccessful. They are both
dsughters of Mr. D. A. Foster,
M.C.P., and member of the St
Andrew Vestry.

At the end of the count, Mr
E. I). Mottley thanked the elec-





tors for having returned him head
of the polls for the eleventh occa-
Sidr. in sueeession. He told them
that he had worked hard for them
in the past and would continue to

Howitzers |

Reds Take Wo

Shell Rebels



Har badros

TRUMAN DENOUN

Just another hazard for the Barbadian driver
of the highway and block the entire road.



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do so in the future. TIENYEN NORTHHAST

He said that he would try to INDO-CHINA, Ji
raise the standard of the under- French -howitzers were
privileged and promised that he} to-day blasting Vietnam rebels
would do his best to see that they| seven miles east of this heavily
got a secondary school for girls,| reinforced Tonking gulf strong
as that was his ampition. hold.

Mr. McD. Symmonds thanked Other strong French forces weré
the electors for having placed} consolidating new advanced posi
him in the second position andj tions along parts of the coas
assured them that he would try] threatened by rebels
to do his best to serve the parish After their big three day push
faithfully, impartially and fear-|into Northeast Indo-china the
lessly and would support any{French held the line along the
measures for the general IM~ narrow jungle trail from China;
provement of the community ; through the recaptured forts of

He thanked the Sheriff Mr
R. M. Cave and the sub-Sheriff |
Mr. F. J. Cole for the orderly
way in which they had conduct- |
ed the proceedings,

Mr. R. M. Cave znd Mr. F
J. Cole also spoke atid paid tri-
bute to the electors for the way |
in which they had done their
business.

Other speakers were Mr. V. W
A. Chase, Mr. B. A. Weather-
head, Mr. J. W. Hewitt, Mr. T.
W. Miller, Mr. O. T. Allder
and Mr. Vincent Griffith

St. Michael

The return for St. Michael is as
follows:
Messrs. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.,}

859, F. McD. Symmonds, 659,
F. C. Goddard, 656, V. W. A
Chase, 644 A, S. Bryden, 62%,
B. W. Weatherhead, 628, J. W
Hewitt, 600, C. C. Browne, 693
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., 598,
Messrs, A R. Toppin, 595,

C. A. Brathwaite, 581, D. G, Lea-

cock, jnr., 568, T. Bowring, 566,

H. A.: Tudor, 527; T. W. Miller
@ On Page 3





French Rebuild
Recaptured Fort

SAIGON, Jan. 8.
French forces have started re
building the newly recaptured for.
of Tanmai, 15 miles west of the
port of Moncay on the jungle trail
from China into the northeast of
the Tonking delta, a French com-
munique announced here today.
The fort, which was wrecked by
Vietminh insurgent attacks last
November, was still half in ruins
when recaptured in a big three-|
day French push aimed at secur
ing the northeast coastal sector of
the delta.



The communique said French
troops were continuing to clear
the area.

The French now hold the line
along the jungle trail through
Tanmai and Chucphaisan, another
fort which was captured in the
ceastal sector drive.

The trail which extends nearly
40 miles to the northeast of the
strategic coastal base at Tientsen
had been said by rebels to bring
about 8,000 reinforcements from
China, French officials said.

—Reuter.

Tanmai

and Chuephaisan.

The trail which extends nearly

35 miles
north of

to
this

the

northeast
strategic

and

base had

been used by rebels to bring about

8,000

reinforcements from China

according to French authorities.

Reports
indicated that t

reaching

he m

here
ain

to-day
force of

the rebels had made a hasty with

drawal to the

west
‘deployed in mountains about 20
| miles behind the Tienyen river.

and were

Small units which escaped the

big French
forward.
into

rebels
on the

thi

action whe
harassed

ust

“nN so
the

were
French howitzer

farther
went
these

post

me of
French

outer defences of Tienyen

—Reuter.



Catholics Parade
Cinema

.
Outside
NEW

Pickets
cinema here
Rossellini’s
after
York

film
Cardinal
had

YOR

paraded
showing

“TI

Speliman
called on

K, Jan. 8.

outside a
Roberto
Miracle,”
of New
America’s

1e

26,000,000 Catholics to boycott it.

They carried signs reading:
“This picture is desecration of
faith and womanhood.”

Pickets of about 30 men from
Catholic bodies defied driving
rain,

Spellman called the film a

“despicable affront to every chris-

tian” and a

faith.”
The

film tell

“mockery,

s

the

of our

story of 4a

peasant girl who is seduced by a

stranger she
and considers

imagines
the birth

Joseph,
of her

is

child miraculous.—Reuter

PLEVEN WINS

PARIS, Jan. 8
The French Government won
its first confidence vote in the
National Assembly today by 323
to 226. The vote was on a demand
by Prime Minister Rene Pleven
that the total rearmament and
military expenditure of 740 mil-

liard francs and the accompanying

be

new taxation of 140 milliards
confirmed

The Council of the Republic
(Upper House) last Friday voted
the expenditure side of rearma

ment budget but rejected the 140

milliards

franes

new

taxation

proposed to help the rearmament

plan.

OF ELECTIONS

Allder

yesterday

right)

—Reuter



look on



TUESDAY, JANUARY



GRASS HIGHWAY

Lorries, overloaded with

(By JULIAN

CHINESE AND NORTH KOREAN armies surged
the 39th parallel to-night after overrunning Wonju in
centre of the embattled peninsula and movi:
Overwhelming

30 miles below Seoul.
munists captured Wonju after



1, 1951

ee att

ES



grass drive along the

middle



nyu:

.» Move Into Pusan

BATES)

TOKYO, Jan
th
y into Pusa
masses of Com

unceasing onslaughts again

United Nations troops, harassed from three sides







' United Nations held out for tiv
days outside the key junction tow
y r ae eof Wonju while their warplen:
ON rHE took heavy toll of Communist
potring south through frozer
e SPOT mountain passes
United Nations withdrawal i
WILLIE JENKINSON has thé west continued without
put the traditional striped portant contact with Communist
barber’s pole to shame at his who were concentrating on an all
haircutting establishmert at out effort in the centre and threat
Kirkburton, Yorkshire ening to turn west and cut’ Caegi
Customers can tell at a the estape road in the direet driv
glance what their chances forit® big southern pert of Pasar
are for a quick haireut or The ten-day-old Communi:
shave without even entering oifensive is closely following th
his shop pattern of the first North Korea
For Willie has installed onslaught six months ago
signal lights outside his em-
porium. Red means “shop But this time, winter grit val
full”, amber, “won't keep devastated South Korea United
you long,” and green “come Nations reported no contact with
inside” INS Communists on the easter fror
o-day Five Allied air attack
to-day smashed Communist troop
Y e e concentrations and convoys flood
Strike Against ing south along the 20 mile
stretch of road from Hoengson t

Ww

Police





onju and moving southeast fron

| Kyongar > mile outheast
' Seoul
MODENA, Italy, Jan. 6
The Communist dominated | According to airforce claim
Chamber of Labour here called a | th nder je hootir t
two-hour general strike to-day | killed more than 800 Commun
throughout Emilia province in| in non-stop attacks on K r
protest against a police ban on < nd the nearby unct
feremony planned to commem Hen and Pukhab river
orate six workers shot down by [ United States Fifth Air Force
police in labour troubles a year] day claimed to have killed or
ago veunded 1,300 Communists and
The str ke was fixed for 10 a. destroyed 39 village ny GC
to 12 noon. Public services inclu- buildings Reuter
ding provincial railways and
urban transport were allowed ee
skeleton staffs , *
Labour Union officials wer ] a Po s
holding a conference later to-day I ante Crashes Into
to lay down a line of actior ‘ i
against what they described as Petrol Station
the “provocative attitude of Mo- ee
dena Police authorities,” BRISTOL, J Gd
—Reuter. A Constellation aircraft « ‘
© a petrol store at }
Port near here toda
ADJOURN KOREA lado |
injured |
DEBATE The plane which be o|
sritish Oversea Airwa ( |
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 8 | poration crashed hile cor
The United Nations Political | t land |
Committee today decided to ad- } The petro ore ¢ 4 |
journ its debate on Korea until} thousands of gallon f pe t|
Thursday to make the last effort} there wa o ire |
to arrive at some agreed approach | | |
to an honourable settlement of the | The aireraft, with a cre |
Korean problem before taking | WaS on a training fig It ski |
more drastic measures against the ; ded on to the gra |
Chinese Peoples’ Republic. The ,;end of the runwa ‘ |
proposal was moved by Britain specially prepared for tt Brat |
and voting was 44 in favour, 55 > zon, the world argest line
against with 5 abstentions hich was built Brist« |
—Keuter teuter

















|

|

| LONDON, Jan, 8 ind in a partnership with har

| 1e close of play of the thir hitting Ian Johnson he 1

| day of the Third Test at Sydney, England's tired tack during the

| Australia with 4 wickets in hand. {nal hundred minutes in an un

flead England by 72 runs. It seen nished stand hich realise !
now they are well on the way to Here W.J. O'Reilly, Australia’
winning or at least drawing this freatest spin bowler, give h

!match which will enable them t

| retain the ashes. 3ut unlucks
England have had all the bad

| breaks going in this game THIRD TEST

Py »y were witho sailey

beet es ere ee On the fourth day of the
@ month and Vright till Third Test Match between
ticubled by a groin injury. Ant Australia and Engiand at
apart from the short spell by Sydney by luneh time
Compton after the tea interval Australia were all out for

tthe whole brunt of the attack 426 in reply to Engtand's

| thrust up three t lers. Brow! ist imnings total of 291)

| Bedser 1 Warr between ther Mille scored 145 not out
bowled 62 eight-ball overs—a feat the last four Australian
rec great tamir ” Wickets fell for 64 runs
little assistance At the tea int nna

|val Australia had been kept er verdict by cable
tirely on the defensive and witt he day’s pla

| ckets down 252, were



4) England's

1 put te eq









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SOVIE



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notre PRICE, FINCENTS



Free Nations Must Band

U.N. Move Into” Together To Save
New Quarters

NEW YORK





td Social Cou
‘ Mutt are
These groups
tunction at Lake
Island, 15 mile
ildin rhe
ions wil

1
ri the
re ve nm

Shed offices

nter

250

lve

over
vooden catwalk

car

fact

ockfeller
»H0,000

1%

46
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bt
“ely

already pa
Diplomats, secretaries
1.000 feet

ar
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not yet 1€
will continue
Success on Lo
from
Pre
Hl alsc
Althous
U.N’ 3.300 en
ved valf tt
the 39 ore
ne structure t
Movit

unfinished

@d $300,006
and visitor
of

Swayit

Underneath
garage being built under

ite which John D
Jr purchased f¢
1d ceded to the U.N
e United States lent

money to meet construc
—Can, Press

Frevieh ‘Troops
Kor Eisenhower

PARIS,

Fra
rener
he
roops

ag

nee
al

first

te

mday

Dwight

contingent

that

Supreme

ommander

f the

n P%

aris

ternational

Vest

At

hink
tartil

will

T

formally
Eisenhowe

b
of
serve

he

to

under
Atlantic

famed
» second World War
yesterday
force

head
to defend

&

gay

Jan

Kuropea
hi
Arm
leade
arrive
the
th

against Communism

once

ny

1g

anything

he

SE

country

and

rved a
tempted to tes
he power of the West had better
long

carefully
Eisenhower

warning

about!

rrival here marks his first formal
European

Visit

powers

ined
he
had

ff

Atlan

hower
Uw



comes

of

12
asked him
aggression from the
After

to

°

tie

treaty
cheduled

one
that
machines
power

Vashington

back
mid-February to

putting
ipreme



into full

burope

wil

late
to

of

for
Atlantic

the
1 give
the

to
thi

him
army
community

to create to fend

EK

month

Errope

begin

Headquarter

Can

mer

nast

a quick tour of the North
countries

Eisen
eturn to
He

around
the task

operation his

Allied
Press

Three Consider
Reply To Soviets

LONDON, Jan, 8

rhe

three

power

reply

to the

that

‘et note agreeing on conditions

i meeting of a Foreign Minis-
er couneil
ideration
oreign

is
in

Office

still

under
Washington,

pokesman

con-

Che reply is being considered b;
Ambi

he British
gton

Philly

tate





hau,
ce

Department

it

expected to ask

tion on

1. Whethet



Sur

Oliv

issado1
er

Franks,

in Wash
Di

up of the United State

a

t

the

Ru

and

French

stood

vO points

isla

would

Foreign

for clarifi

a
said

Jean |

agree |

the broadening of the Agenda
itters other than problems of
rman and Austria and
Whether she could permit an
onsideratiun of ubstance by a
) power meeting of deputie
ch ould finally approve the
{ Reuter,
U.K. MINISTER DIES
VATICAN CITY, Jan. 8
Johr Vietor Thoma
*« he British Minister te th
ic ee died today
r Joh vho was 54, died of a
eart attack. His diplomatic care
Kk him to Madrid, Copenhage:
South America before he
appointed here in 1947





ut ner
te ! c
it it
detr
erforry
rowr
Jot



ENGLAND CAN WIN IF WRIGHT
CAN BO WL—says O Reilly

Reuter



et cor 1
t} te f
‘ f th
t} the bowlir
t rut ci
1e tir on fo
take (
their forr
an attack rot
manpower, With no
act from the exceller
nee of Bedser
1 prefer te cent
} i nd )
it
“ ‘
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f
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@ On Page 3







Themselves

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN tc lay made the most

extreme denunciation of Russia’s bid for world
domination yet heard from the American Govern-
ment-leader, and called for a three-point programme
to counter it.
President Truman's Three Point Programme was:
Economic aid to the free world.
Military assistance to North Atlantic Nations.
Support for the United Nations and a peaceful
settlement of international disputes. Willing-
ness to negotiate honourable settlements with
the Soviet Union, but no appeasement.

1
2
3

He made the request in his state-of-the-Union
message the President's traditional Annual

Report to Congress.

Urging the programme as a means of preventing
Western Europe from falling to Russia and of meet
ing the Soviet challenge elsewhere, Truman said:
“The threat of world conquest by Soviet Russia
endangers our liberty and endangers the kind of
world in which the free spirit of men can survive.
“All free nations are exposed and all are in peril.
Their only security lies in banding together. No
one nation can find protection in the selfish search
for a safe haven from the storm.

“The free nations do not have any aggressive pur-
pose. We want only peace in the world, peace for
all countries. No threat to the security of any
nation is concealed in our plans or programmes.
“We had hoped that the Soviet with its security
assured by Charter would »%e willing to live and let live.
But that has not been the case. The “imperialism of the
Czars has been replaced by even more ambitious rulers
The present rulers of the Soviet Union have shown that
they are willmg to use this power to destroy free nation
and win domination over the whole world

“Soviet imperialists have two ways of going about thei:
destructive work. They use the method of subversion and
internal revolution and they use the method of external
aggression

Union

ery - . ny won

These methods stir up class strife. They put out poisonous
propaganda, They deliberately try prevent
progres

to economic
“If their efforts are successful they foster revolution as
they did in Czechoslovakia and China and as they tried

unsuccessfully to do in Greece, If their methods of sub-

version are blocked and if they think they can get away
with outright warfare they resort to international aggre
sion. This is what they did when they loosed the armies

of their puppet states

against the republie of Korea in an
evil war by. proxy



































In his annual state of the union on the world without resort
message to Congres President! conflict simply through the pre-
Truman also asked Congre for: ponderance of its economic
peedy action in mobilisation and ilitary power
pecified the following ten sub- | President Truman said none
jects on which legislation would; tiie North Atlantic treaty coun
be needed } trie including the United State
1 Appropriations for Ame rica's | had yet done enough to mobilis¢

military build up } its forces against the Soviet dan-
Extension and revision of the} ger, but he wrongly defended
Selec » Service (Conscrip-| European countries against charg-
tion) Ac es that they were not willing to
5 Military and economic aid to defend themselves
help build up the strength of Their actions are inswerir
the free world this question” he said
Revision and extension of “Our North Atlantic treaty
authority to expand produc partner nn wrict ystems .(
jor ana tabilise price universal military training. Sev-
alice Ava” Potié eral have recevtly increased the
Improvement of Agricultural | %*â„¢ of service. All have take
laws to assist in the produc measure to improve the quality
‘ of trainin Forces are being ex-
BON Of farsn promucts neesed panded as rapiciy as the necessar
for the defence effort arms and equipment can be sup-
Labour Laws plied from their factories and
I roveme! f Lat r La from our
» help provide tuble labou Our Nor Vilaritic trea
management relatior nd to] partner together ire buildi
ire teady p fucti t imc boi egee han our ow
this emergency” Ne of the North Atlant
Housing and trainir of «ke lieaty countric including (i
nee vorker md the fullfown counts has done ne h ye
ise of all inpower resoures But 1 | progre being made
Vie fine sit 1 Pit ent I mar ie oh
uppl loctor < tegically ;
ther trained j 1 the de Huro}
el tieall ed for he Nu vy de
jefence effort fence
Aj tate ( th The Soviet Union do 101
oh mani aul have toa attack the United States
a Fas pte es ass fo secure the domination of the
nia education orld If can achieve its ent
tee anit ? eeou4 b isolating u ind wallowit
eet the cost of the defence ip al} our allie rherefore ¢€
ort if we ere craven enough
sh ident einai ‘atte sant abandon our ideals, it would be
: ' disastrous for vithas
Hoi i ‘ 90VIET) from the comimunit of f
for the Kore i 7) nation
ent world President Truman referred
His Messave Creneral Dwight Eisenhowe
) nationa e mission to Europe a Supre
| ved i ¢ t Commander of the United Fort
Atior While t of the North Atlantie Tres
1 rt é ually ne Countries including United Stat
r forces in Germany
Our national safet youl He said: ‘The people
vels idiced the Soviet | have confidence
nion were to succeed in harnes hower They
o it wr machine the re to put together the
ee 5 ‘ the Allie Hi
| ‘ree nation e border ¢ it vital to our security. {
a ill stand behind him and ;
: re thre te \ a; ari te him every bit of we
Â¥ f - . 1d Part of our job wi
Soviet ' [ews the militar ig
.'s : Furopean partners by nd
| tens wemsons ai ns!
; our military p ( ex
{ t a | Re fir i “peacet
I 1 Ove ettlement’ I '
} i gramme t eet the chatle
| t err it we
j r ominati¢ President Trur
b ‘ @ Or vage 3
Superior Military Force ia ai
: TELL THE ADVOCATE
Ke THE NEWS
t RING 3113
, a fs ’ Soviet DAY OR NIGHT





PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

ON. V. C. GALE, MLL.C.
Managing Director of the
“Advocate Co. Ltd., who was in
Trinidad for the Trinidad Turf
Club’s Christma race meeting
returned yesterday morning by
B.W.LA
Other Barbadian turfites re-
turning yesterday were Mr, Eddie
Ward, Mr. George Ward, arid Dr
A. S Cato. Two other arrivals
on the same plane were Mr
George Gill and Mr. Michael
Simpson.

Canadian Valentine

| bere comese ra of the Women’s
Canadian Club are planning
several new attractions for their
annual Valentine Dance which
comes off on Saturday, February
10th at the Marine Hotel. This
dance wh ia is in aid of local
charities. is one of the highlights
of the season, and is under the
distinguished patronage of His
Excellency the Governor and Lady
Savage.

On: Honeymoong

R. amd, Mrs. Gerald Carter

arrived by B.W.1.A. yester-
day moriiing from Trinidad, to
spend their honeymoon in Bar-
bados.

Mr. Carter who works with
’.L.L. at Forest Reserve, South
Trinidad, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W.-H. Carter of St. George.
Mrs. Carter is the former Pamela
Sefton, off of the twin daughters
of Mr. an@ Mrs. B. C. Sefton of
Pointe-a—Pierre.

For Board Meeting

ISS DORA IBBERSON, Social

Welfare Adviser to C.D. and
W. left yesterday morning by
B.W.I.A. for Jamaica via Puerto
Rico. Miss Ibberson, who is a
member of the Advisory Board
of the Imstitute for Social and
Economic Research of _ the
University College of the West
Indies has gone to Jamaica for a
meeting of that board. She ex-
pects to be away for about two
weeks and on her return she is
expected to stop over in Trinidad
for a few days.

First In Twenty Years

RS. KATE WEBSTER, who

was in Barbados for over
three weeks holidaying with her
sister Miss Marie Humphrey and
other members of her family re-
turned to Antigua yesterday
morning by B.W.1.A. She was
in Barbados for Christmas 1950,
the first she has spent here for
twenty years.

The Last Week

RRIVING from Trinidad yes-

terday morning by B.W.I1.A
to spend the last week of the
Christmas holidays in Barbados
was Miss Sidi Preece. She is
staying with her school pal Ailsa
Lashley in Maxwells until Cod-
rington High School opens next
week.

Busman’s Holiday

R. LORENZO WILLIAMS, a

Barbadian, who has lived in
Trinidad for twenty-eight years
is at present in Barbados on six
months’ holiday. He is a building
contractor and lives in Port-of-
Spain. During his holiday he has
built a bungalow at My Lord's
Hill. He has worked for the
Housing Planning Commission in
Trinidad.

Staying With Sister

RS. A. de LA BASTIDE

arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.1.A. to
spend a month's holiday in Barba-
dos. She is staying with her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Lisle Bailey.

Out of This World
O'NEAL, _ the

Be r

gentleman












of St. Lawrence, who

has transplanted his talents from |
Californ U.S.A., s to have
charge of the bar! e at the Golf
Club’s Wild We y which will
be held at the Crane Hotel on
20) Everyone who has

1 t viches tells

tha ! ou this Island,”
As a matter of ta vill be
exactly that for e O'Neal
method of rbecu cousists of
digging a hole i 2round, fill-
ing it ith h Is and letting
the meat cook for 24 hours It
comes out tender, juicy and tastes
like more. With all you can eat
including the price of the ticket,
which is $1.50, it isn’t surprising
that members of the Golf Club
are Feing besieged for the paste-

boards

For B.M.A. Conference

D" A
the

P. MUIR, Secretary of
Branch of the
British Medical Association and
Mr. A G. Leacock, Surgeon
Specialist at the General Hospital
left for Trinidad on Sunday to
attend the Caribbean Conference
of the British Medical Association
which opened under the Chair-
manship of Dr. H. G. Dain in
Trinidad yesterday .

Week-end Arrival

R. KENRIC MURRAY, Re

gional Director of Broadcast
Relay Services (Overseas) Ltd.,
arrived from Trinidad on Sunday
by B.W.I.A.

Second Son

SON was born to Mr, and Mrs.
Robert Turner at Dr. Bayley’s
clinie on Saturday. Mr, Turner is

3arbados



the Colonial Secretary This is
their second son.
With Esso
R. ANC MRS HAROLD
COLE and their daughter

who were holidaying in Barbados

with Mr. Cole’s family returned
to Trinidad on Sunday by
B.W.1.A, Mr. Cole is with Esso

Standard Oil Co,, im Port-of-Spain

B.W.1L.A. Hostess

M's MOLLY O'DONNELL,
B.W.I.A. hostess

arrived
from Trinidad on Sunday by
B.W.I.A. to spend a few days

with friends in Barbados

B.O.A.C. Representative

R, AND MRS. H. M. CLARKE
_Wwere among the passengers
leaving by T.C.A. on Saturday
for Montreal. Mr. Clarke is a
Representative of B.O.A.C, in
New York City

~~

Regrets

Pee regrets that in welcom-
ing Mr. J. F. Haslett of Bar-
clays Bank back to Barbados in

Sunday’s issue he erroneously re-
ferred to him as “Financial adviser
to the Bank,”

Barbados Meeting

R. AND MRS. LOUIS
STRAUSS and their two
daughters Linda and Caroline left

for Grenada over the week-end
by B.W.1.A
Mr. Strauss came out from

England a little over two months
ago. He owns “La Sagesse” Estate
in Grenada. He came over to Bar-

bados a few days ago to meet his Orchestra.

wife and children who came out
on the Gascogne’s last trip from
England to Barbados.

Returned Over The
Week-end

R. AND MRS. JACK DEAR

who were holidaying in
Trinidad for the past couple of
weeks with Mrs. Dear’s relatives
returned to Barbados over the
week-end by B.W.I.A,



iE)
wearing...

A

bi

‘| remember
|

ROMANTIC NEW ALBUM

drawn by ROBB

No. 1.—Eileen Herlie

MONG those of us who brave
a backward glance at life,
actress Eileen Herlie can

remember one (at least) enchanted
evening. ‘
It happened two years ago in as

fy
nd her memories
spent high in the

big party on m:
in the South o
just after my a
Medea,’ and ‘

France. . .

e Eagle.’

“There was a huge villa, all mine
Roses in the garden,
A private
swimming pool with handsome men

for the rent,
mine for the picking.
swimming in it Yes, those
dear old days on next to
nothing a week seemed an
age away.
“And 4
remember I
was wearing,”
she _ reflected
‘a wonderful
white dress
with a skirt
so big tha
anybody who
ironed it re
membered the
day.”

x~ * *

Robb draws
the way she
looked that
night. The
ingredients of
a memory :—

A view to beat the tourist
posters aimed to get you there ;

Blood red roses pinned to a
white frock ;

Iced white wine (plenty more
inside) in a cooler near by.

And one man to share if al)
with.

Who was the man?

Mr. Nameless (that well-known

character in a woman's life), He
will appear in each of the “1
Remember I Was Wearing

incidents to be drawn by Robb-
but you will mever see M1
Nameless’s face !

DRUSILLA SEYFUS

London Express Service

Gala Night

NY mention of a gala night at

a place as a girl can choose w
“The night was
hills above the
editerranean, when I held my first
first slap-up holiday
It was
earances in Hamlet.

emi ar

|

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







- BRITISH HOUSEWIVES

the Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road,|copper and brass

generally means an evening of
good fun, whether it is a play, a
concert or a floor show and dance.
On Saturday, Jan, 13th, at 8.30
p.m, will be seen a real pot-
purri of show business. Once
again the Barbados Dramatic
Club presents a one-act play.
This time it’s “The Purple Bed-
room”, with Michael, Lynch, Pam-
ela Cresswell, Geoffrey Hunte,
Ted Farmer and Norman Wood.
It is produced by a newcomer to
this island Thelma Vallis. “The
Purple Bedroom” is a comedy
ghost story and promises to be
excellent entertainment.
the play comes Norman
Christmas floor show which was
resented at the Marine Hotel on
Jecember 23rd. Many
have not seen this cabaret so here
is an opportunity of seeing one
of the finest floor shows Barbados
has witnessed for a long time;
and finally if you like dancing you
ean enjoy this till 2 a.m. with
the music of the Police Dance

av
No Prize

O you know which is the big-

gest parish in Barbados and
which is the smallest. I bet you
don’t. See Carib to-morrow.

Grenada Visit

R. IDRIS MILLS, Regional

Manager of the S.P.C.K.
left for Grenada over the week-
end by B.W.I.A,.



BY THE WAY .... sy seacucomser

WO boxers fell out of the

ring the other day, and were
both counted out. A dull ending.
Why not have bouts between
three boxers?

It would have to be understood
that each man would fight for
himself, with no attempt of any
two to turn on the odd man, I
think this would liven up boxing
contests. The danger is that a cun-
ning fighter might simply bide
his time, letting the other two go
for each other. Then, fresh and
vigorous, he could step in and
deal with the pair of them. But I
don’t care.

Holbein’s “Viaduct”

A FOOL who went to the Royal
+ Academy to Holbein's
“Viaduct” searched vain, An
official said, “Den't you mean
Holborn?” “I certainly do not,”
said the fool, “It Holbein

see
in

says



here on the catalogue. HOI
BEIN”. Holborn,” said the
offic'al, “is a place. That’s where

you'll find the Viaduct.” “What
a coincidence,” said the fool.

Prodnoese: And is that all you
have to say about a wonderful
exhibition of art?

Myself; It’s all I can think of
for the moment, as the man
replied to the woman who said

“Is that all?” when he thundered
on her door and told her her
house was on fire,

Marginal Note

QU never know nowadays

what casual phrase will be
hailed as though it were a brilliant
epigream, and repeated all over
the world. Ever since Mr, Somer
sct Maugham said that he was a
very old person, the words have
been repeated every day in in-
terviews, articles, essays, and

BEDDING at
Evans & Whitfields

MATTRESSES (ibre-filled)

SACO Se ine
SOc ee eee
46 2 oS eae ST

YOUR
SHOE STORES

SHEETS

80’x100” each
80" x 99”

70” x 100”
63” x 100”

mmm PILLOW CASES

paragraphs. I will wager that
already the phrase is more widel;
iknown than any other single sen
tence Mr. Maugham has writte:
or spoken. I have just seen it a
the caption to his photograph. I:
might amuse Mr, Maugham to say
one day, “I am rather fond of!
salmon,” and then watch the
phrase becoming famous.

No Sunday Radio-beam
URELY there can be no debate
on who should be the first
man to talk to the moon from
the top of the Shot Tower next
year, The honour should fall by
right to Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve), of Utrecht. As
there will be no reply, he can say
anything he likes, But, speakins
as an informer, whose earnings
should be tax-free, let me catch
someone talking to the moor
on a Sunday! Saperlipopette! I:
this the Place Pigalle?

eee cei

a ni ene
--.~$6.61

a paar
oo aves

94c. & 97c.

























Across

‘| Osefui for flowers and shrubs
but mo gardener does. (5. %)

4 Unite, (9)

il FrObae reed that can endure.
(4)

ls Sacred song of the paims (5)

15 Let ire recover the roof 16)
Lowest Hindu caste. (5)

‘7. You meed this dry for divers.

(3) 18. Hand over! (6)
Tree whose roots and branches
bind ether heaven and earth
and hel (9)

Down
&scorting. (Â¥)
These arts are
modeiiing (7)
This pole carries

3. Unused. (3)
concerned with

(3)

on

4 Diade





Legs meant to be cut off. (9)
* You'll find much of this in a
‘ | give (8) 8. Nourishment. (7)
~y # Corded fabric consumer ? (8)
} ) En" ce and make all rue. (6)
i2 A mistake was made (5)
;14 aera the seal is a meane ot
: j churen division (64
LONDON ; were all in great demand. S 5
; | c | Solution of vesterday's ouzzie.—Aeress
British housewives quickly The sales manager of a large ‘1, Chronicle: 7 Oakum Dais: 1
; tter: 14 13 *
inaugurated a nationwide “bucket|London store said it was “just Biyit: 12 Din. Reader: 15. Tea
7 scuttle race’ following the like the early days of the war all new, a. Loot i
Government order banning the|over again, only this time there fabiable: 5. Ovteaze
manufacture of nearly 300 house-| are many more grumbles. Pe a 8. King:
hold articles containing zinc,| “It is difficult to say how long}
E | existing stocks of these articles
Most hardware shops and/will last, although it is obvious
department stores reported a/|that if women are going to ‘stock-

After
Wood's

people



brisk demand for galvanized iron | pile’

household ware from
to replace

the new

anxious
before

force on February 1.

Wash tubs, coal scuttles, | brass are channelled to firms
buckets, pails, pots and pans,| working on rearmament and
garbage cans and even bathtubs’ export orders. —(I.N.S.)

J,

worn

supplies will soon

women | exhausted.”

article.

B.B.C. Radto Programme








‘TUESDAY JANUARY 9, 1951 pom Pilgrim’s Dinner; 6.15 p.m

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m, News| Welsh Magazine; 6.45 p.m. Programme
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. From the Editorials; | P@rade; 7 p.m, The News; 7.10 p.m
7.25 a.m. Programme Parade; 7.30 a.m. | News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. West Indian
Generally Speaking, 7.45 a.m. Think on| Guest Night; 7.45 p.m Generally Speak -
these Things; 8 a.m, Souvenirs of Music ing; 8 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m.
6.45 a.m. Letter from An ca; 9 a.m.| Meet the Commonwealth; 8.45 p.m
The News; 9.10 a.m. H News from| Composer of the Week; 9 p.m. Report
Britain; 9.15 a.m. Clos Down; 11.15, from Britain; 9.15 p.m. Ray Martin
m, Programme Parade; 11.25 a.m,/ and his Orchestra; 9.45 p.m. Pilgrim's
Australia v England; 11.45 a.m. Report| Dinner; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m
from Britain; 12 noon The News! 12.10| From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m. Portrait
p.m, News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Close} of Haiti; 10.45 p.m. Getting ready for
Down; 4.18 p.m. Music from Grand] the Festival of Britain; 11 p.m, BBC

Hotel; 5 p.m. Australia v









England;

Following his Daddy’s idea Rupert

trots to the village and

draw a queer old building.

Starts to

He

finds it difficult, and before he has

got very far with
Growler strolls up,

at

Constable

** That looks

very interesting, young Rupert,’’ he

says,



* but | cam't let you stand
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED






Lovely

by

For
Hours—Monday

READY-MADE

5.15! Symphony Orchestra.



Rupert and the Sketch Book—4 —



right in the middle of the
mething may come along
and knock you down, You'd be
safer up on the common where
there’s no traffic. Why not go
there? I’m coming up that way
later and I'll look out for you.”
Rupert smiles and sets again.

there
road.



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COUGH
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England Can Win
If Wright Can
Bowl

@ From Page 1







of batti may be—he will find it
mest di t to counter a bowler}
of Bedser’s ability. Loxton is out}
of form altogether. Tallon’s pro-|
motion to number seven in the}
r is a sad commeniary on|

|

ralian batting. His previous}
zainst this touring team/|
7 not out and 0.

* scored 96 valuable runs
270 minutes to get them.





uid have been long

enough for the real Miller to get
among the records.

Bedser and Brown and their!

medium of relief, Warr, did a col- |
ossal job. To keep the Australians |
to 252 runs in a day must be}
heraided as a great bowling per
formance

Bedser has had
dismissal so far.
lessly and courag

a hand in every |
He bowled tire- |
ously and added |
to the great reputation he has in|
this country |

Brown turned leg spinners
consistently They spun so well
late in the day that if psychologi- |
cal treatment makes any contri- |
bution towards healing torn!
muscles, then the sight of Brown's |
spinning should have Wright’
ready for work tomorrow |

By that time a leg spinner will}
be worth his weight in gold on |
this pitch.

If Wright is fit to bowl in
Australia’s second innings I reck-
on the Englishmen will win.
Withow him the job is too big.
Present bowlers already worn out
niust crack under the strain.”

Last night Miller explained to
Frank Rostron, Daily Express re
porter the reason for his long;
innings. He said, “the England}
attack was too subtle.” And now
to details of the day’s play

England got off to a flying start
when with the total at 122 both





his

RUM IN



THE ROAD




BARBADOS ADVOCATE



F

n

the following Monday

sometime
Saturdays, and a letter

the



Work On Sundays
In Port-of-Spain

Some of emplayees of the
FPort-of—Spain Post Office work
for afew hours on Sundays

| So if one posted a letter from
{ana anc

to Barbados on
nd another on Sunday, the
on ta whem the © letters
ddressed would receive the

| Post Office Clerks |

Friday |

i

The Barbados Post Office closes |

after 1 o'clock

‘riday would
Post

16rning

be sent
until Monday
airmail from

not
Office
The

posted there Sun-

on
posted on
from

Trinidad on Sunday would include
mail that was

day morning ane such mail, too,
would be sent out from the Bar-
bados Post Office on Monday!
morning

STREET scene as the parade moved along advertising rum. |







which
tle
know
Alley
Say that the streets in the vicinity

dents
from

Alley,
would become
many fruit
thrown.

Ess who keeps a
the alley
, there for

ce
there
The
smith shop, and at the South end
tub



HOPES ALLEY

Hepes Alley is a short
runs southward
Street None of
why it is
Most of

alley
from Sut
its residents
named Hope
them however



re named after
and Hopes Alley, like

might have got its name
that. source
you walked
you would
cleaner

previous resi

thers,

If through

skins and paper

The oldest resident is

curio shop
He has
years

in
been living

ll There

is a
arry on a

are
alley

good
two
also

business
barber
boasts

and
shops
of a tin

makers show their tubs for

ile



Harbour Log

|
}

{

|

1

the

Hopes

hope that it
About it

ire

George

cook shop there which seems to



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not out overnight batsmen were 4 ] rT 7 |
dismissed Vest _ CLASS Z $140 GIVEN AWAY In Carlisle Bay
Evans made another of those | } e M.V. T. B. Radar; M.V. Blue Star
great ieg side catches of his a? i fe Marion Belle Wolfe; Sch . ¥ 4 ‘ian
when Archer tried to glide a ball ections | ARE RE AD Y | ST. JOHN’S. Antigu: | H.. Sch. Philip H. Dayidson; Sch ; )
aes thier ives | ; wee ae ‘vm, 4 gua. |M. Lewis, Sch. Zoileen; Sch
iran nes wee rs See | The greatest publicity stunt ever seen in this 108 sq. mile mice Bare é 4
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Brown mishit and gave Bedser al _ @ From Page 1 | By THOMAS C. WATSON | island started its two weeks run when the new Dry Goods,!M. Smith. scn
comfortable catch in the direction | 526; J. K. C. Grannum, 521. tote | Hardware and Liquor Department store of Anthony Michael |! 1 . ON
of the square leg umpire. The unsuccessful abanaiontee The Defense Ministry was} %* S0ns opened its doors on December 11th. 1950. Sch AS ‘I HE BES
This brought Miller and Harvey | were: Messrs. D. F. Blackett, 441;) i311, reported today fo have|,,OWned and Managed by Mr. —~-
together and immediately Brown O. i Allder, M.C.P., 294; A. A. completed a new plan for “cary-|Maurice J. Michael, younger : 4
had Harvey in trouble with his! Maynard, 208. ing up” British armed forces brother of Mr. Asot A, Michael one Will Re resent ~ De ; v7
aa ah Tha as Si St. Lucey } sh armed forces tv] o¢ the leading Sea ee ee Pp
leg spinners, The left-hander - Lucey meet present and future com- 1e leading merchants in this
showed no sign of greatness of In St. Lucy Mr. G. G. Harris mitments city, the new department store at ' Z
which he is capable and after] Mr. E. L. Bannister and Mr One major objective of the plan the corner of Market & Redcliffe DEPARTURES
staying 79 minutes for 39 runs|J. F. C. O’Neil, three last year is to make substantial armed Streets was a blaze of colour dur-| M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons ret Capt
was clean bowled va across a oc ee oe eee: fovian atailekie ta General |i" the Christmas Season as elec- Moral Assembly beg cn Pi a gae . SEE
straight one from Bedser, The three who filled their places Dwi rh sent rer Dua trically illuminated placards | y. Lacy, ons net, Capt, Bunod, rea) + “gay
Loxton and Miller then indulged| are Mr. John R. Alleyne, Mr.|Quigul. Mirennowsr when (ft |painted by top notch artists| (F%™ ux Own Correspondent). | 15 THM 6 O19 sons net, Capt TO0-DAY'’S SPECIAL
in a period of slow scoring much] U. N. Slocombe and Mr. D. E. unified Eurc on . me i advertised over twenty brands of KINGSTON, Jan. 4 Preston, for Trinidad ta
> displeasure of the crowd.| Webster A ypean arm local as well as ‘ted li A team of prominent Jamaicans! s.s. Sundial, 1,682 tons net, Capt —~}
to the displeasure of the crowc bster, The part of the British Army |/0¢@! 45 well as imported liquors, : ; - .
hae ie or : + The follo somprise the St pa 0 re British vy The shes a aent oe left the island last week to repre- | Lorve, for British Guiana
Their partnership added 33 be 1e folowing comprise e and R.A.F. th: All be allotted 1@ most conspicuous placard]. h . p,
: ] ‘reetions| Luev’s Vestry: Messrs. J. BE, T,|2nd_R.A.F. that will be allotte r : 4 I A sent this Colony at the Moral] Jn T h With Barbad
fore Loxton obeying instructions; Lucy's Vestry: Messrs. . “- **Ito Eisenhower's command will be| #5 @ ten foot reproduction of a Re-Armament National Assembly or , arraeee
to “have a go” was out in exactly prencker, MCP. J. 5 naeree the present troops in Gemmany, ye ted of, First Flight Barbados] which opened at the Shoreham Coastal Station
the same manner as Harvey, try- ae ae AAS ene W 1, | Which are due for rapid reinforce- tig a eee piended un Hotel, Washington, D.C., Decem-| CABLE and Wireless (West Indies?
ie ee ee ee ee ae i C. Sobers, N_[ment. They will be included in) Batbades by A. S. Bryden & Sons| ber 80 and continues until Jan-| Ltd. advise that they can pow commu-
a xa BS, . -y, . .

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Capt. Joseph, from Dominica
M.V. Lady Joy, 4@ tons net, Capt. Par-
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S.S. Specialist, 4445 tons net, Capt
Harriman, from Grenada
. 5.8. Libreville, 4,365 tons net, Capt
Jamaica At Hassell, from Mobile via Pointe a Pitre



Tallon saw the total advanced ing General directly responsible Michael & Sons at 5/- per bottie. With specific emphasis at the] !"*" Barbados Coast Station fess
y The firs > is or saeev s. Detende s. S. Eliseo; 5.9. Fort
by another 29 and was out shortly O/,Neil : to the Supreme Commander. The first in the island to offer conference being laid on indus-| Royal be ‘loon Filgrim 7 futina:
before the tea interval when St. Joseph In addition there will be an un- imported rum at such a low price,| trial labour relations, Jamaica] s.©. Jane Stove, s.s. Golfito; 5.8. Aleoa
Johnson came to join Miller who In St. Joseph, Mr. R. A. Lee, specified number. of divisions | Mr. Michael spread a sheet ot trade unions were represented by Cavalier ht Benpren. af Scptiand: #8
by this time had completed a| one of the new candidates, Was} rapidly eing built up in Great eqverdgement throughout the| Mr Ken Hill, M.H.R., President Berthuds ee Whee’ Roanoke, 62. Get
most un-Miller-like 50 in two and] successful with 57 votes. Hel tratatn ‘hers ic/ in) eienoe om island by means of steel bands of the Trades Union Congress and} coune: s.s. Queen of Bermuda; 5.8, Geor-
three quarter hours. replaced Mr. J. H. Branch, who] cadre of over twenty divisions which serenaded night and day| 2nd Vice President of the People's| gia F. Andreadius, «6. Borinquen; s.5
fl rtahty asda Johnson and Miller] got 46 votes. The other unsuc-| which comprise territorials and|ith placards, and through the National Party, and Mr. L. G,| Cottica, ss. Niew Amsterdam; ss. 8.
began to attack the bowling and| cessful candidate was Mr. Mac} iso other regular divisions which | /0¢al newspaper which carried full Newland, J.P.. General Secretary Be oe Oe slemetid ae B'gh Bridge
although Compton came on for six Donald Chandler, who got 41/oan be manned by the conscripts {Page advertisements of First Plight M the wees ana one-time] port; ss. Hellenie Wave. 5. Itanite
7 it w bvious } Votes. and a selected trained reservists {2d other liquors. Soon hundreds] Mayor of Kingston 5.8. Francesco Morosini; 8.8. London
overs #5 a relief oe XvRe E . ent Other successfu] candidates Paces 2Z” aaa 2 ~"lflocked to the store where Mr. Other members of the team | Mariner, ss. Argentina, M.V. Carbet
that the English attack was Spent) ore Mr, W. R. Coward 79, Mr.! “tne ‘atier are composed of|Michael gave samples of the] Were the Hon. G. G. R. Sharp, | s+. Silvia Onorato; ss, Prospector; #8
as a result of its previous efforts |. A” dtavhes YO My. LE The latter are composed o “FLIGHT oy it ee OBE. M.L.C¢ Hon. F M’ | Europea; 58. -Alcoo C avalier 5s
d Ss, t ‘ : . . . 7 -eaTs a as ‘ ow cnown ey > . serine ea re : ' >
Johnson, hitting freely all}, ith MCP. 76. Mr. A. P.|*quns non-commissioned officers a it faite ihe ogee le 4 ‘| Kerr-Jarrett, Custos of St. James} 8" nf, apmecmnsr: 6 Gaatt der daas
i tscored his mith, MC.F., ’ a *| who are required for the technical }a4na its meiow Taste 1s sal to) and a member of the Sugar M: ~ | Ban fo; , Bou . e. Jur
round the wicket outsco Cox 76, Mr. L. L. Gill, 74, Mr ; : : i compete favourably with more ex-| 224 8 member 1e Sugar Manu-| cai; s.s. Cape Sable; 8.8. Alcoa Partner
more illustrious partner, and * mn Gooding 67, Mr. H. A. |peReand who since their demobil- te edie ve “1 more €X-! facturers Association, Mrs. G. G.|s.s. Kettlemans Hills; 5.8. Alcoa Pen-
with seven fours in his first 50 WwW T. Gooding 67, Mr : gn isation have been engaged injpensive rums imported from!R > Sharp, Chairman of the| nant: ss. Mercator; 8.8, Chesapeake; 6.8
scored out of 72, caused the| Carter 66, Mr. G. R. Hilson |skilled trades. They have already | elsewhere Jamaica Women's Federation, Dr, | Buccaneer; &.8. Paraguay; ss. Dolorsa:
fleld to spread out. At the close he | 64, risC. TAeWiame 8 been warned of an imminent call] A numbered ticket was also] Donald Fitz-Ritson, solicitor’ Mr.| *{) Hat Creeks #4; Regent | teopare:
had scored 64 out of 110 for the s eT to the colours for active service.|yiven to purchasers of a bottle of{ Louis Byles, Parochial Board Sec-| Gnid; 6.5, Alcoa Patriot Samana
artnership, and had looked a St. Philip The defense ministry staff is re-| First Flight or its equivalent in retary, and Miss Cicely Waite-| .s. Stugard
fe better player than Miller Mr. H. L. Smith topped the |portedly recommending that 100,-/any other brand and on Sunday|Smith, the latter three being
“The English fielding through-| polls at the St. Philip Vestry 000 class Z be called up. December 31, the lucky ticket|members of the local M.R.A
out the day was keen, and Simp- Elections with 140 votes. Mr The troops in training and those|as drawn ‘which netted the/ group. : i ‘ a
son. Washbrook and Parsee $2 S. Miers 4g soe iil already ee ee aa holder either a return trip to Bar-| ——~__EE ~ ACID asa) ea LESLIE CHARTIS
2 i ing off possible ;cesstu’ new cé ates Aes: me ; : bados or $87.40 in cash or} f aN
expelled sea sone ; votes and therefore filled the seat |} fisenhower command. J Series tee ; “|Bird, Mr. C. A. Kelsick Crown " PA a PC Pd
er vacated by Mr. A. G. Farmer we These will include the Brigade Concluding his advertisement, Attorney, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ~\ Check both at Tila ee
— has retired. The unsuccessful|of Guards and the Household stunt the two storey building was|Karam, Mr, Basil Dias, Magistrate, Westlaw aie
candidates were two other new-| Guards and the Household tha hans ae great metivite on| Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harney, Mr.{ ry Tee
I ruman comers, Mr. D. Brathwaite 83 and{Cavalry. They will as always Sunday as scores of the isiand’s'Levi Joseph, Mr. A. E, Peters, , :
Mr. E, Greenidge 76. : remain under the command of the |* ae ee nie te ite ru | Keeper of Prisons, Mr. and Mrs Alka-Seltzer quickly checks acid A PAN
F Pace 1 The other successful candidates |General Officer Commanding the dignitaries witnessec he ¢ aw ii eer ay Ons, Mr. ; indigestion and headache caused BOOK
eee r yarner - : ; iti { the first ticket by the Hon |Antoine Younis, Mr, and Mr iz k
id: “ 11 continue to work]are Mr. D. D. Garner, M.C.P., |r ondon district, who is tradition-!of the fr: : Riis: Cilfatch ss “hi as by unbalanced eating, overwor
said: “We w e Senn ite of inter- |138, Mrs. F. E. Daysh 137, Mr. atiy an officer who has served with V. C. Bird, M.L.C., which went to) ¢ lex, Camac ho Mrs. F Eid, Mr. or worry. Analgesic and alkaliz-
tay peagetil Ser eTny E. L. Moore 122, Mr. T. Lyte 110,|cither the Household foot or Osborn Nathaniel of Freetown and Mrs. Alfred Sarkis, Mrs. Jean ing ingredients work two ways
national ee era Mr, R. S. Weekes 99, Mr. T. D. Lp ee re ba enastas Village. The second prize ticket| Sark family, Mr and eo 3 for effective relief. Have
ruman outline A , os ae " ; pevary rei et tenn niniie . ? >; | Asot Michael and family, Mr. an L- = 3
jechives of the United States Re- | Mayers 90, Mr. A. Skeete 85, Mr. | ""rhe third group of services in- was drawn by the snoo. F : Tt. = 7 chall a : at at Pintty, a supply handy—always.
armament Programme and also R. 'B. Skeete 85. chides the Royal Navy, RAF and|Christian and the ho Aen Ke ee Ser 'and Bite, Sosnnh (MiciAet ane ;
said that the United States was St. James ground troops allotted the task of | Joseph of Kentish Series eh difamily and the Members of the Alka-Seltzer
“preparing for full wartime mob- In St. James Mr. S. A. Walcott |the defense of the Commonwealth j 24 bottles of First Flight tum a Hell's ai Binal” Gand’ Ge
ilisation if that should be neces-/again topped the polls with 249 in the Far East $10.00 in cash. The third prize 8 lied tk music
sary”. votes while Mr. J. H, Wilkinson,| These will remain within the|ticket was drawn by Mr. EB. E.)supph ve mu “pe aL ay Sie A ity 8
“He said that the United States]M.C.P. came next with 232. command of the Ministry of|Harney, Barrister at Law which Sa
was building fast her armed Mr. J. M. Crick one of the new | Hefence.—INS. netted the holder $15.00 in cash
forces up to active strength near- candidates was sucpenstl Among those who witnessed o
> 3,500,000 men and women. 186 votes. He replaced Mr, W. W. —_— -—. drawing were Mr. George
ly inated States was going to]Denny who got 166. Mr. C. A. Jabitz, travelling representative ot
produce not only all weapons andj Coppin with 164 and Mr. C. B. TWO FLIGHTS TO Gulfstar Fabrics (USA), Mr. Farid ®
equipment for such armed forces | Searles with 159 were the other : NCENT Sauwma of Surinam, Honourable}
but also weapons for its. a two ats _— who were un- ST. Vi ; aod Mrs, 8. 'T. Christian, Hon, V
é reserve supplies he said. € | successful. , |
Eo, = of this, we will The other members of the Ves- From next week there will be
build the capacity to turn out on|try are Mr. E. Holder 221, Mr.|two direct airmail dispatches from
short notice arms and supplies] A. L. Jordan 221, Mr. G Massiah | Barbados to St. Vincent every
that may be needed for a full }209, Mr. S. Massiah 208, Mr. A. G.| week. Previously two dispatches 8
scale war”. Jordan _ w here eo left every week, but only one TH
x 184, Mr, D, E, Webster 170.

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The “Soviet News,” published by the press

ACTION

THE two Houses of the Legislature m¢
to-day after the Christmas recess and they
enter on the final stretch of the extended
session. It is noteworthy that during this
legislative session there has been free and
full discussion of divers matters affecting
the general welfare but there has been in-
sufficient action taken. The opening of the
final session, affords ar excellent onpor-
tunity to atone for this omission.

et

Among the measures which have been
discussed at length during the earlier por-
tion of the session were schools, housing,
the control of Public Utilities, and playing
fields throughout the island. Thanks to
the generosity of the British taxpaye:
sum’ was allocated for housing of workers
in the sugar industry and this has been
handled in a statesmanlike manner. An
effort has been made to improve the ac-
commodation in schools but owils, \o .«
unfortunate setting up of a department
outside those already established there has
been a halt in the work. This, while
causing some delay, does not however kill
the effort.

a

The same cannot however be said with
regard to the deep water harbour and the
registration of voters under the adult
suffrage bill.

A Deep Water Harbour means so much
to the economy of the island that it should
be the first concern of those interested in
the general welfare. Already we have lost
much of the transhipment of cargo which
brought revenue and employment, and it is
the absence of this harbour which makes
the handling of such cargo as there is such
an expensive item at Bridgetown. Each

ton now costs approximately 18/- at this
port while in Port-of-Spain the sum is 8/-
and in Georgetown 9/-. This local high
charge increases the cost to the local con-
sumer.

| It is true that the programme laid down
by the present government was an ambi-
tious one. The mistake was made in not
giving priority to some of the schemes;
the result is that there has been a general
failure to bring them, laudable as they
were, to fruition.

It is not too late for the members of
the House of Assembly to resolve to sacri-
fice some rhetoric on the altar of action.
It would be in the public interest and
might be perhaps the means of convincing
many of their supporters that they are de-
serving of continued trust or worthy of the
support given them.

The duty of legislators is not merely to
assure constituents of their strong desire
to improve the common lot. Their main
duty is to attempt to improve the econom-
fie condition of the island. This is more
likely to be achieved if action is substituted
for talk.



Inconvenient

THE motoring public must still wonder
whether during the erection of stop signs
and studs at the road junctions in this
island there was not some attempt to play
a practical joke on them.

There can be no doubt that traffic need-
ed some control and it could only have
been done by means of regulations such
as have been passed. They have con-
tributed to an orderliness long desired in
this island but in a few instances there is
need for revision.

Studs should be placed at junctions so
that motorists can obey the law and still

From Eric Grey:

















Three hundred and fifty girls
broke of Teheran’s high
choo! The gates were locked, so
th gaily climbed a 9fi. wall
whi the headmistress and her
staff looked on

It might have been a. prank

} But the girls gravely took their
p € the head of a mile-long
s i cession and marched to

| Pariiam -square (The boys
teachers had t mn more co-opera-
tive. They jet them out by the
front gates

Over their heads they waved
banners cove with graceful

An English-speak-



Persian scr



ing byst jer obligingly trans-

lated them for me. “Abdlish the

oil concession” and “Nationalise

the British oi] company” were the
main slogans

Outside Par! ament thousands
took thea vo.

Rvosias Hand Seen

H nueh the idea ma

en’ Persian national pride,

n Persiar re fully aware that

ney hav ther the technical

"! por the experience to exploit

elds in the

it eir rulers leased to

he lo-Iranian Oil Company
| 4 ago.

|} Some profess to see Russia’s

the current agitation

vhat has now become



t largest single investment
he Micdle East—a giant which
duced 30,000,000 tons of oil ¥
> year just ended.

| For while the Teheran Press is
| ashing itself into a fury against
1e oil company, Russia has never
een on better terms with the
2ersian Government.

But old-timers here take a djf-
rent view. They call this “the
test hold-up of “modern




e

mes

! ‘Nationalists’

The girls who broke school to

irch in the procession, the rows
a Parliament, the anti-British
rticles which fill the Teheran
*ress—all are the work of eight
nembers of Persia’s House of
3Sommons. They style themselves
he “National Front.”

With understandable cynicism
na country where political office
s regarded as the legitimate road
| _o riches, they have set themselves
he task of bringing down the
Government on the oil issue by
urning it into a question of na-
ional pride

The student march recently near-
ly brought them success, The Gov-
ernment avoided defeat only by
pulling its supporters out of the
House so that there was no quo-
rum when the division was called.

Today General Aly Razmara,
Persia's tough hard-bitten soldier-
Premier told me he has no inten-
tion of resigning. But he also said
that he is now compelled to seek
negotiations for a new agreement
with the oil company.



(This is t'.e third in a serie: of articles
examining Britain's five years of “Cradte
| to Grave" Socialism)
By FRED DOERFLINGER

| LONDON, Jan. 3.
| Rising living costs and the high-
est taxes in the world are hitting
the masses hard to-day in Brit—
ain’s socialist ‘Welfare State.”



Nearly one person in every
four of the working population of
23,000,000 is clamouring for
higher wages. Even the backbone
of the Labourite Party—the trades
union congress — has voted for
outright repeal of the govern-
ment’s fast—thawing “wage
freeze.”

Despite elaborate social security
jschemes, heavily subsidized food
j and Marshall Plan Aid, the British

people are struggling desperately
to make ends meet.

Looming rearmament costs will
add to the “sacrifices” demanded
of a nation already living on the
“austerity” programme of post-
war years.

American dollar loans and Mar-
shall Plan Aid, coupled with
increased productivity, have guar-
anteed full employment—but the
bloodless revolution ending in the
“Welfare State” has pushed taxa-
tion up and up.





In Persia the row grows

over the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company, in which Britain
has a controlling interest.
This control stems from a
master-stroke by WINSTON
CHURCHILL, when he was
First Lord of the Admiralty
in 1914. To protect the
Navy's oil he talked the
Government into putting
up £2,000,000 for the Com-
pany. Today that investment
is worth £ 62,000,000.

—

That is where the
ment comes into
There is a new

“holdup” ele-
the picture:
agreement with
the company It was negotiated
two years ago. Under its terms a
cheque for £45,000,000 is waiting
to be collected by the Persian
Government when Parliament
ratifies the agreement.

Needs Cash

The Government needs the
money badly. Much of its for-
eign exchange has been squand-
ered on the high-powered Ameri-
can cars which crowd Teheran’s
streets and other luxuries. The
Treasury is almost empty. And
where to find funds with which
to pay the army of civil servants
in the next months is a problem.
Greneral Razmara therefore was
anxious to see Parliament ratify
the agreement

Instead of doing so rarliament
was thrown into turmoil by the
agitation of the National Front.
Its members roundly denounced
the general and his Government
as “traitors,” and accused him of
selling Persia's birthright for a
paltry £ 45,000,000. ‘

“I trust,” the general said, ‘that
the oil company will be more flex-
ible when we start our new talks.



LIVING COST UP

household goods, clothing and
transport fares have jumped—
some by as much as 25 per cent

Despite higher wages (the
average wage to-day is $17 weekly)
worr'ed Britons complain they
cannot buy as much to-day as
they did with lower wages in
1938, Food prices are estimated
to be 65 per cent. more than pre-
war; clothing two and one-half
the pre-war cost; and household

goods have doubled or trebled
in price.
A pre-war pack of cigarettes

was 18 cents; now it is 49 cents
A haircut price is nearly doubled;



POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER





Veheran

© miles 300 5 |
SS

“It is nonsense for us to talk of ,
nationalising the company—we
cannot run a cement factory our-
selves. So how could we manage
Abadan, the largest oil refinery 1n
the world?

“But we do want a better agree-
ment.” °

That, in simple terms, means
higher royalties. And the oil
company is by no means certain
that it can pay them,

The agreement already negoti-
ated offers Persia the highest
royalties paid to any Middle East
oil country. It nearly doubles her
revenue. 7

Refused

The Americaus recently com-
pleted a giant pipe-line .rom
Saudi Arabia to the Mediter-
ranean. Another is being built
from the rich Kirkuk fields in
Iraq.

The Anglo-Iranian company
has been refused permission to
build a pipe-line across Iraq to
the Mediterranean. It has to send
its oil by tanker around Arabia
and through the Suez Canal—
which adds 3,000 sea miles to the
journey to Britain. ’

So while the low-royalty field at
Bahrein is rapidly expanding pro-
duction of cheap oil, it is unlikely
that the Anglo-Iranian company
will seek to increase production
this year.

“Paying higher royalties now
will be like killing the goose that
laid the golden eggs,” company
officials here say.

Meanwhile, the National Front
sports another feather in its cap
today. An Indian oil company,
learning of the rumpus in Parfia-
ment, has cabled its good wishes
to the Front leaders and offered to
purchase all Abadan’s output—if
and when the Persian Govern-
ment nationalises the company.

°* Five Voars or Socialism”

followed the September, 1949,
money devaluation; and the war
in Korea caused a jump in wor'd
prices.

Internally two factors are at
work. One is the fact that
increases on nationalized freight

charges now are beginning to
work through the entire price
structure.

The other factor can be attri-
buted to government policy.
Superficially it is the hiked taxes
on gasoline and other purchases
which is most, obvious.

Basically the damage is being
done by the fact that these in-
creases have come on top of an
already high leve) of taxation,
itself super-imposed on increasing
coal and power costs.

Everyone has the “bare neces-
sities’ apart from the_ ever-
present housing problem, Ration-

ing of food and clothing by
coupons has been abandoned—
but now there is “rationing by

purse.”
Sweeping redistribution of in-
comes through taxes has cut
upper and middle class living
ruthlessly. Traditional glories of
Britain are fading. Aristocrats sell
lands, homes, farmiily treasures,
to make ends meet. Or they open,
for the price of admission, their
“stately homes” for public inspec-
tion.
Middle-class live

families in

_cluding Semyon Babyevsky’s novel,

department of the Soviet Embassy in ! ondon
said new films will include “Farewell, Amer-
ica,” which “exposes, the American war-
mongers and shows the peaceful endeavours
of the Soviet peoples.”

The script for this expected 1951 hit has
been written by Alexander Dozhenko after
Annabelle Bucar’s book, “The Truth
American Diplomats.”

The Cinematography Ministry ap-
proved a plan for the producticn of feature
films in 1951. They will account for 70 per
cent of all new films to be produced during

about

has

; the year.

The ‘Soviet News” said the 1951 films “will

| depict the peaceful constructive endeavour
| of the Soviet people at plants, factories and

on the farms.

“Films will also be made of a number ot
outstanding works of Soviet literature, in-
“The
Cavalier of the Gold Star,” which describes
the life of collective farmers in the Kuban
Valley granary; and Light in Koordi, by the
Estonian writer Hans Leberecht, dealing
with the development of collective farming
in Estonia.”

The paper said there will be other films
such as “The Battle for Coal,” telling of the
Soviet miners; “The Green Road,” on the
innovators in Soviet railway transport; and
a film about a village doctor.

Scores of popular scientific and documen-
tary films will also be produced in 1951 along
with special films devoted to famous Russian
admirals, poets and Bolshevik party leaders.



—LN.S.
Dont Kiss Her Hand

LONDON
KISSING a lady’s hand in_ Britain,

although generally liked by women, is con-
sidered a “barbaric custom.”

Such is the advice given to Polish volun-
teer workers and displaced persons working
in East Anglia by the Polish authorities.

Other illuminating advice contained in the
“good conduct” guide given to the Poles says
that Englishwomen are “modest and _ sin-
cere.” “The kiss of a woman does not au-
thorize anything. It is quite often an expres-
sion of friendliness.”

Of eating, the Poles are advised, “Do not
use a toothpick. British people eat in a dis-
creet and elegant way.”

And finally, the guide says “An English-
man often criticizes his government, customs
On no account let yourself
It would be tactless, as

and traditions.
be induced to assent.
if a guest criticized your wife.

“Duels are not known.

with his fists.
prive us of all | sy mnpethy, "N.S.

Hope Was Top

LONDON
AN AMERICAN film proved to be the best
1950 moneymaker for British movie houses.
A poll among 5,410 British exhibitors for

the Motion Picture Herald showed the ten

best “box office” films as follows :
1. Annie Get Your Gun (U.S.)
2. Blue Lamp (British)
3. The Wooden Horse (British)
4. Odette (British)
5

ish)

Treasure Island (British)
Father Of The Bride (U.S.)
Fancy Pants (U.S.)

Forsyte Saga (U.S.)

. Al Jolson Sings Again (U.S.)

ovr anne

1

Anirican film stars also headed the list of





An Englishman is
always ready to settle a score on the spot
The use of a knife would de-

. The Happiest Days of Your Life (Brit-

operate their vehicles conveniently. It is Indirect taxes—the kind hurting shabbier homes. They are giving|top international moneymakers which
3 , the wage-earner most—are higher up such privileges as having a showed :
little use to arrange the studs so that when [than anywhere else in Western servant. They are tet 1. B b H
j 3 Europe. Most of the Revenue last former taken-for-grant ameni- 0 ope.
the front wheels of the vehicle has stopped, year from purchase taxes actually ties to get. money to send their} 9 Abbot and Costello
the driver cannot see on either side of the [did not stem from levies on real C children jto what they consider} ©" Be
corner; it is less use to put them at the oe ee les ae Fees 3 “But, Lady Ltttlenampton, are the “right” schools. 3. Anna Neagle (British)
: ‘ clothing, recKC ig, c ery—' . a ha : can a : sa:
top of a hill such as at the junction of | most needed by the wage earner thes is all worong—t should pe ae he so-called jteee, and easy 4. Jean Simmons (British)
. : ; 5 ‘ ‘ ~ > more. +43
Bridge Road and Hindsbury are taxed at 33 1/3 per cent ife of pre-war days is no 5. Jack Warner (British)
7 Ae And now that rearmament offici- h ag
: Living costs are going up, end a drink of beer is two to three ally is expected to “slow down” 6, John Mills (British)
The promise of angle mirrors has not it looks like even more taxes are times more; and so is whisky. recovery the outlook ae some] 7 James Stewart
: going to be piled on the suffering years to come is even darker,

yet been redeemed and with the number Sets = Pies eer em Several factors caused the in- (Tomorrow: Two leading mem- 8. Alan Ladd

of vehicles increasing dai > j . In 1950, prices of scores of creases, and an external one is bers of the two main British

the motorist b g ally the plight a con ‘i odities including butter, beyond the Socialist government's Holitical Parties argue their z ae ae B h) I

s ecomes worse. alge aa co coffee sserts ol. A rise in sterling prices respective cases.) R P t itish)—I.N.S
ibacon, eggs, tea, coffee, desserts, contro ri gt r . Robert Newton (Bri N.S.
a aetna
OUR READERS SAY
‘ADERS SAY
Education for the problem:— the interest of the children of cent raffle by which the League’s Our thanks are also due to Mrs. lutely no chance of making a1
To The Editor, The Advocate— The public Secondary schools Barbados, to recommend the film funds have benefited to the ex- Skewes-Cox for designing and covery.

SIR,—The recent educational C22"ot accommodate the number Miracle on 34th Street which ts tent of some $1,675.00. making display cards; and finally 1 had twenty birds in my yai
set-up and the overcrowding of of children, We have plenty of Showing at the Aquatic Cinema For donating the handsome to all those willing helpers who and every morning I picked (
Secondary schools is causing alarm Cducated youngsters on the un- this week? Edmund Gwenn takes prizes our thanks are due to:— sold a fiokete, and to the public two or three dead ones, they
to parents of all classes, In order employed list, who are capable of the part of Father Christmas in Mecers. Wim. Sosar ecu, Senerally for buying them so gen- only two remaining now, and «

; ; 7 > ° . SSrs. 2 garty Ltd; Cave, gerously the ti f iting this lett
to equip a child to meet this day's teaching up to certificate stand- the Children’s .Toy Department gj)’ Se ar De Costa & crously. oi e time of writing this letter o
demands, parents are trying to ard. Make advance forms in the Bazaar at Macy’s Departmental ee Pe ee eon DOROTHY M. PHILLIES, has already begun to sicken.
send their children to secondary Clementary schools, raise the age Store in New York, and the story StL Thde REA GRE ERA 6: ‘esident. a4 5 eicane
schools, even at a sacrifice to Jimit, and appoint some of the Will delight children, and grown- ae eeeeoe ee ae es! Royal & Merchant Navy Welfare set re Sema ae ee
themselves to obtain the school Youngsters to tutor those pupils Ups alike. It is a film not to be \rarei & Co. Ltd.; Colonnade League. b v Rater 2S
t ‘ oung ; a , ; Me . Ltd; Colonnade ee een cleaned out entirely.

certificate. In spite of this, the who show promise and love for Missed aos is full of humour and gy ores January 6, 1951 I have been informed that this

ublic schools are all overcrowd- @ducation. This would help the Sentiment. ¥ > ms ontirere . : ; ; " ‘
er elie des oe rererows- Scucation,, Tula, Sauula, bein tne Nn" BARBARA SHARP. yun uesPumatecterers ol Tame, Foenl TypWioldl ©. Was alan’ and mat ego
are filled by merit of a test and @nd relieve the congestion in the a > vat defraying the cost of printing To the Editor. The Advocat pigs are trying to get them off
by age. The private schools are City schools This would be a VOR BET Py SNF, the raffle tickets. To Messrs SIR.—Can’t = - vocate. their hands before it is too late.
also overcrowded and many are Salvation to the masses Cave, Shepherd & Co. Ltd; fot SIR, an’t something be done
put on the waiting list, which is Hoping this wil] catch the eyes M.N.W. League providing space to exhibit the th : ists ie ae Sa pb aepcerely nope Shee ss Coes Tob
2 sad thing to parents anda keep of the powers that be To The Editor, The Adyocate— prizes and accommodation for sell- a Moa io he wholesale de- go any further than the two low-
back to the children. May I sug- PERPLEXED SIR,—On behalf of my com- ing tickets f Seaton row cholera which is er kingdoms.
gest to the head of the adminis- mitten wna f ential scoala el anal h raging at present throughout the The smallpox scare was bad,
fation to Sonfer with tt " Mi lo O 34th Street mittee may I solicit the courtesy To the Barbados Advocate, and island? fowls are dying by the but cholera in this island or any-
¢ a “ Education oe Ee Direc- — mirac € ms yf your columns to express our Radio Distribution for publicity: hundreds, and once the birds are thing akin to it la sommethi a

oll vi t i oe Pn To The Editor, The Advocate— appreciation to all those who con- and to the Canadian Bank of infected, it is a waste of time think about :
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ST. LUCIA FRUIT DAY

Lestat Eee sil

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TYPICAL HARBOUR SC

E WHEN FRUIT

Aviation Chief
Praises Govt.

THERE is undoubtedly a great
future for Barbados as a centre
of international civil aviation and
the greatest praise Should
given to its Government for so
speedily complying with I.C.A.0’S

be

recommendations, Mr. K Mac
Aleavey, representative of the
North American. Regional Office

of the International Civil. Organ-
isation told the Advocate yester-
day.

He said that the only point of
criticism which he had to make
was the lack of adequate terminal
facilities which are so vital to-day,

but he felt sure that the Gov
ernment of Barbados was fully
alive to this lack in view of its

obvious altertness already to the
necessity for a modern and well-
equipped. international airport

Mr. MacAleavey arrived from
Trinidad yesterday for consulta-
tions with Wing Commander L. A
Egglesfield, Director General of
Civil Aviation in the British
Caribbean area and other civil
aviation officials in Barbados,

He said that he was in the

cockpit of the B.W.1.A. aircraft
on which he came from Trinidad
and was greatly impressed by the
excellent approaches to Seawel,
Airport and by the large construc-



tion programme which is now
underway.

Seawell will be a fully equipped
international aerodrome suitable
for both day and night operations
within the next few months,

and the recommendations of the
Aerodromes Committee at Havana
completely implemented in so far
as the basic characteristics of the
aerodrome are concerned
Regional Plan

Mr. Mac Aleavey said that this
is the first opportunity that a
representative of the Regional
Organisation has had to. visit
Barbados. and ‘the main point of
discussion at these talks will be
the implementation of the Carib-
bean Regional Plan formulated at
Havana in April last

The Council of I.C
proved this Plan
modifications within a month of
the closing date of the Havana
Meeting and it is a tribute to the

yeal
A.O. ap
with minor

soundness of the Plan that the
speedy action of the Council i
being matched by the speed of

implementation by the States con-
cerned.

The improvement of air naviga-
tion facilities in the Caribbean
Region is a primary responsibility
of I.C.A.O’S North American
Office which, like the four other
Regional offices of the Organisa-
tion is also responsible for the
implementation in a second
Region—the North Pacific

Mr. Mac Aleavey will also dis-

cuss the implementation of the
twelve Annexes to the Conven-
tion on International Civil Avia
tion. These Annexes are knwn as

the Standards and Recommended
Practices, and have been accepted
by the 58 Contracting States of
the Organisation and are now
contained or are being written
into their national laws. These
Standards are in constant process
of revlIew by the Divisions of the
Air Navigation Commission and
cover such subjects as Personnel

Licensing, Rules of the Air
Meteorological Codes, Maps and
Charts, Dimensional] Units,
Operating Practices, Aircraft
Registration Marks, Airworth-
iness, the Facilitation of Air
Transport, Air . Traffic Services

and Search and Rescue

Mr. Mac Aleavey expects to
leave on Thursday for Martinique,
but will be in the Caribbean area

until February 2 when he leaves
from Nassau by T.C.A for
Montreal.





Tahiti Stories
Are Not Real
—ADVENTURER

TAHITI is not an island of wine
women and as it
times shown on the
Charles Allmon adventurer,
author and photographer,
Advocate yesterday

Mr. Allmon, who has travelled
extensively, spent about a year in
Tahiti. In all his travels he found
the South Seas one of the most
interesting places

He said that Tahiti is a beauti-
ful. place The
In various movies
the majority of
do not tell of
islands

The majority of houses in Tahiti

song is

some-
Mr




screen,

told the

sceneries
real
the
life in

shown
but in
stories

these

are
cases

real




are bu lows with thatched
roofs. T > roofs last for about
three to five years before they
need repair The people still
wear “grass. skirts” and Mr
Allmon has been privileged on
many occasions to be adorned in
one of these.

The main industry is copra and
the population work extremely
hard at this, Nearly everywhere
cocoanut trees can be seen

He said that there
much pearl diving in
off the Tuamotu
which is north of
diving is an industry

is not very
Tahiti, but
Archipelago,
Tahiti, pear)



There is no tourist trade in the
South Seas About

four or five
ships visit these islands yearly
and there is no air travel. The
islands are almost 4.000 miles
from the mainland of North
America. He said, “It’s a long
vay to go to spend a two-week

vacation.”
Barbados is one
places that he has ever
but although the sea
good he would not
beaches are the best

Due For Bermuda
Ally t
years on f
he
February

of the finest
visiied,
bathing
that
has

is
the
seen





spent about
yur continents
leaves Barbados late in
he expects to visit Ber-
mud: r about three months
While there vill work for
Furness Line, The Bermuda Trade
Deve'opment Coard as well a
wor fo yazines ind motior
pictures

f
asf

he do



He h
Africa on
three in
plantation
the

is spent three years in West
rubber plantation
Honduras on a banana
and three in Liberia,
republic of Africa

a

negro

He was in Trinidad and Tobago
for three months last summer com-
pleting an article for the National
Geographical Magazinze. This work



will be published this year. Hi
first visit to Barbados was i:
August last year when he spent six
weeks

Half of his time is taken up
with work on motion pictures, H¢
has made a number of films for
major studios. He has also pro-
duced a number of industrial films
for commercial firms such as the

Standard Oil Company

He has given lectures in America
from coast to coast: Some of these
lectures were given at the National
Geographical Society, the Ameri-





can Museum, Town Hall, New
York, Colombia University, Car-
nevie Hall, Pittsburg, Orchestra

Hall, Chicago and Town Hall, San
Francisco
He i Who

Who's

listed in the
in America for 1950 and also in
the International Who's Who as

1 motion picture producer, author
and lecturer

He is planning this year to take
a trip to Belgian Congo where he
will spend nine months doing

NEW DOCTOR

Pz

Pn
Ss

ARRIVES

**TIMES”’
HE CLOCK over the Ideal
Store was back in its old

place yesterday with two pairs of
shining hands. Many pedestrians
who make it a habit of taking the
time from this clock were how-
ever disappointed, for although it
had “the new look” for some time
both faces carried wrong times.

At 12.15 p.m. the hands of the

Public Buildings’ clock was show-
ing the correct tume, The hands
on the eastern face of the clock
over the Ideal Store pointed to 12
noon and those on the western
side to 1.00 p.m, The clock at
Plantations Ltd. building, Beck-

With Place was then showing 9.05
a.m.

Fifteen minutes later when the
Public Buildings clock chimes
12.30 p.m., the hands on the east-
ern face of the Ideal Store clock
had then gained time. This face
Was also showing 12.30 p.m., but

ge hands on the western face
were now pointing to 1.05 p.m,
The clock at Plantations Ltd.
building was still showing 9.05

a.m, and the hands were not mak-
ing any attempt to move.

HERE IS one man who should

know every nook and cranny

of Pelican Island, This is the

British sailor, Reginald Tyrrell

who was quarantined there since
December 11.

When the Advocate saw Tyrrell
yesterday he was strolling from
one end of the island to the other
He even walked to the end of the
Jetty, which is the nearest part of
the island to Barbados. He shaded
his eyes with his hands and look-
ed towards Barbados, but the only
thing that was left to be done
after a good look, was to walk
back up the jetty and return to
his routine stroll—from one end
of the island to the other,

Tyrrell however expects to re-
turn to his homeland sometime
this week

he CYRUS, one of the most
feared speed trap Constables,
is back on the track of ‘ speedy

motorists and other offenders.

He was formerly stationed at
the District ‘B’ Station, St, George,
but from yesterday morning re-
sumed duty in Bridgetown

WO BICYCLES and a number





of other articles, valued at |
over $160, were stolen over the |
week-end. One of the cycles,
which is valued $60, was stolen
from the British Council Head-
quarters, “Wakefield”, Whitepark

Road on Saturday. It belongs to
Reynold Culpepper of Kensington
New Road

Another cycle, valued $80, was
stolen from the house of Carlton
Browne, Hastings, Christ Church,
between Friday and Saturday It |
belongs to Charles Blades. of
Union Hall, St. Philip

Thieves stole a bicycle from
the Acme Store, James Street on
Saturday

INE-YEAR-OLD

Howell, a_ schoolboy of
Hoyte’s Village, St. James, was
taken to the General Hospital on
Sunday morning and detained.
Howell fell from a plum tree in
the same district and was injured

Reynold

motion picture
articles

Mr. Allmon in Barbados
au guest of the Barbados Publicity
Committee, While here he will also
gather material for an article about
3arbados for the National Geogra-
phical Magazine which will b
illustrated with colour photo
graphs. He is staying at the Ocear
View Hotel.

as





PICTURED shortly after their
Saturday are Dr

Superintendent at the Mental Hospital
(centre) Medical Superintendent

and Mrs. Klimejy





fr

arrival at the Bagg wareho om England on the “Golfiito on
The Doct me to take the post of Assistant Medical
He and his v hatting with Dr. R. M. Lloyd-Still |
Mental Hospital



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







~ Any Day You Will Find The

Harbour Something Like This













A COMMISSION is now in
H FE i Ci il i ind loading facilities
ere or Uv iy, a representative
i ¥ . * 7 on
_ Aviation Talks
} ,
Carl Ages “et /
Sate) ; SHARK
r uo c ‘ | 4
in inform ch i M
eta ee OIL
n f Civil Av ' he
ri! @ are
The pur ; . ‘
how the British Cis i < ohictiimes supy
authorities could work tog 1 het l aft
the imp ement 2 eon boiled, 50-year-olc
ational Civil Aviat } Mayeock boat own
tion recommendation e Advocaie yesterday
Havana in April last r Maycock took up fishing 40
. years ago and for nearly the sé
tee. StL Atay brn aaa unt of years he has be
o carry out the r.C.A7@.. rece producing shark oil. He is one
mendations wherever possible and or the chief producers in the
immediate steps are being &aKken island
to meet present requirements by
the lengthening of Piarco runway He said that if the liver is fat,
to accommodate the B. 377 Bo g it gives a greater amount of oil
Strato Cruisers now being operated Sometimes the liver of an eight
by Pan American Airways foot shark may be dry and only
Mr. Agostini who is staying at yield a few pints of oil. On the
the Ocean View Hotel, will beother hand that of a four foot
returning to Trinidad later fn the shark may be fat and would give
week about four or five gallons

CANE GRINDING BEGINS

Spring Hall Factory, St. Lucy,
began grinding sugar cane yester-

day. Most of the factory machi
ery has been overhauled and a
new turbine alternator installed
Early yesterday morning labour-

ers were busy packing the loads
of cane into their donkey carts
which they carried to the factory

Searles Factory, Christ Church,
which was expected to start work-

ing yesterday would not be in op-
eration until January 15 as repairs
and checking are still being car-
ried out. An extra boiler feed
pump and a _ boiler feed water
heater have been added to the
machinery

General renewal and over-

hauling have taken up most of the

time. Among the other new
machinery is a filter press which
has been received

Four Square Factory in St
Philip will also be grinding on
January 15 if everything at th«

present goes well. This factory |
also received new machinery

cluding a boiler fed heater which
may enable the factory to grind
more canes, possibly two or three
tons more per hour than last year

Some of the other factories may
not be starting this month Fai:
field Factory may be ready by tt



i€



The price of a three gill bottle

of shark oil 1s from 60 cents to
three shillings. The oil is
strengthening and is more easily

taken with lime and salt.

Maycock
boats but
to turn over

three fishing
order his crews
the liver of sharks
that they catch, On many occa-
sions he is forced to buy the
livers ,

owns
cannot

Five of Maycock’s boats the
Caroline, Whip, Alanda, Ketura
Meore and Maybell—have all sunk
various occasions. They were
found, but the crews were
One boat was returning
fishing trip and sank off
the St, James coast. Some men
on the beach saw this and went
out in a boat to save the crew

on
never
saved
from a

Jchn, as he is known to the
majcrity of fishermen, occasional-
ly takes a trip in one of his boats

but he considers this “a pleasure
cruise’

When asked how shark oil is
roduced John said, “The only

to boil the liver
own oil

thing necessary is

vhich produces its

et

end of this month but again quite
a lot of repairs have to be carried
out .
Vaucluse and Carrington estate
are also making big repairs and it
is not sure whether they will be
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» of the Advocate spent tw

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the waterlront and this is what he found

About 500
wharf
bags of charcoal,
pipes, broken
everite, empty

square fec of
congested

bales of w
ind whole sheets o
and filled

lower was

Grums

tones and loose bits of coal while

ym the cemented strip opposite
were two weather-beaten fish pot
and a small yacht undergoing re-
pairs

Near the
machinerv and show
by thei rusty appearance that
they had been there for some time
on the wharf. On the othe
side of the street were lighter
fenders, old pieces of masts and
an oar or two,

Just a few yards on, lorries wer
lined up taking cargo direct fron
lighters and for another 50 yards
cargo lying on both sides of the

first

crane,
iron roads

factory

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road blocked half its width, The
cargo included two loads of lum
ber for the Speightstown schoor
ers.

Clean And Quiet

From the Challenor steps on
ward the wharf was clean and
quiet. A few stones were the only
blemishes. Little boys took the
opportunity to fish in the Careen
age.

Opposite Nelson's statue, an
sther launch was up in the roa
for repairs and still further in the
street, cartermen had left thei
hand-car donkey-carts anc
mule-carts. It’ would have been
difficult for two lorries to pass
abreast at that spot A barber
and a group of idlers took their
usual hang-out on the enclose
spot on which the Government
erane stands

Lumber covered a large part of

the waterfront around the inner
basin of the Careenage

Around the inner basin of the
Careenage, the first thing that

struck the eye ws three hawkers
displaying their ware to the pub
lic on the road Seven refresh-
ment carts were parked near
the pottery.

The busiest section of the water-
front, was along Fairchild Street
A row of evergreen trees, divid
ing Fairchild Street and
waterfront, encouraged quite
number of cartermen with thei
animals and carts, refreshment
carts, two barbers

number of idlers, some of whom





and a larger |

passed the time by playing games. ;

Untidy Section
Fodder, bits of waste paper
pieces of card, heaps of stuff and
animal droppings made this sec

tion look very untidy, Lorrie
lined one side of Fairchild Street
and with the animals on the othe:
side, space for traffic was again
limited

Tally clerks and waterfront}
workers were busy in getting th
lumber removed all the while

|
|

The tally clerks sat in chairs on'

the street, but yet they were hid
den by the lumber

A schooner occupied the heave

down-berth of the inner basin of
the Careenage. The schooner wa
on one side so the crew wert

occupying a little hut which stands
on the wharf In the vicinity
were large pieces of iron and
stones which serve as ballast—the
schooner’s life boat, large pole
and part of the riggings of the
schooner

It was difficult to gain entry or
the other side of the Careenage
Pier Head side, After leaving th
Chamberlain bridge, barrel
drums and boxes blocked the way
to such an extent that pedestrian



had to pass in single file. A lorry
was at the time taking a load of
cargo,

Another 40 yards on and a con
plete block was caused by troll
lines, bundles of galvanize, bale
of wire. There were also. soft
stones, marl and a heap of sand
stretching across the width of the
wharf One of the warehouse
was under repairs, Workmen wet

busy cutting stones

Before reaching the dock, drums
f cola and empty molass¢
irums were piled up





One motor vessel, the Lady Joy
was berthed alongside the Pie
Head discharging cargo. Coal dus
its of tirewood and pieces of
fruit kin vere trewn aroun
the berth and iain handeart
were on the scene

An encsgement on the Piet
Head was congested with bags of
charcoal and logs of firewood, Thi
spot was enclosed for this purpose
ind is seldom found empty





The end of the Pier Head

who stripped off his clothes
take a dip in the Careeaage, It was





|

was
free of life except for a little boy
to





indeed the cleanest part of the
wharf
FREE MUSIC

PEOPLE who passed ove;
Chamberlain Bridge a little afic
3 p.m., yesterday had an un
expected musical “freene from
the Mobile Cinema |
The Cinema wa drawn
opposite Messt Manning & Ce
having it amplityin
checked, Meany it

ng off torrid calypsoe

It will be back on it usu
ounds next weck, the Advecat
was told

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: MELBOURNE, Jan. 8. |local Harbour and Shippitig] — (From Our Own Corr t sania’ eee : hae
DIED F@R RENT | Applications are invited from men, between the ages of 21 and} Germany and Japan who were |Department yesterday said that a} PORT. OF-SPAIN, Jan, 5 pane Whek Sa Fred Koval
4 . * » ‘ : “ — Y r » | - é i van, « Tas whet eu t 7 wC
40 years, for training overseas in the work of a Librarian. Applicants| readmitted to the International large tree was seen on January 7 Memvers of the Pa lative j t nited t 6
seinen tieee: * ae + . s D v ‘ 747 Jorth 83.48 , s 4 shi epeski ¢ e Uni { € >
t night i Read: | TRELAWNY and Bungalow. — On Hast- should hold the minimum quélification of a recognised School Certi — Tennis Federation Jast year We Lage nt oe as bape: = =. | Council were lectured on the cul- | 3—6; 6—4; 4—6; 6-3 in the final
Brittons fi.1, James Winston Bec; | ings main Road. Trelawny has three bed-| ficate with credits in English and one other language. Preference will | ®@V¢ challenged Avstralia in the) Ss". ° ikaechicin. | tivation of the spirit of tolerance —-Reuter.
ces, (1p). See eee ave ware) | rooms with running water, usual pub-| 14 give University Graduates 1951 Davis Cup competition. dangerous to navigation | by the Speaker of the House, the | ————————————————=——
late residence at 4 o'clock AFP! | lic rooms, Bungalow two bedrooms witn| be given to University Graduates, Thi : d 4 . n
this evening for Saint Paul's Churen | sunning water, usual public rooms. Neat | © Shin salbntad Saiki caite ie ired net irteen nations hav so far OLS | Hon William Savary, K.C. when
and thence to Christ Church pari-h| s+ Matthias Gap. Apply on premises. | ”~ e See Vee pee Sears to take the challenged. They include: Britain, || they met on Friday,
chureh for interment i _|c. BE. JEMMOTT 91.50—2n.| Correspondence course offered by the Regional Library (British Coun-| South Africa, India, Yugoslavia, ” | This followed the revelatior
Jane (wife) Winston, Irvine, Clancey UAB 4s 7 ee, Ruts. ie Nethallnds, teaky Just What 1 Wanted! be
Orrie, Mrs. Neen Luke ‘chiidren), John | ==. | cil) from January to June 1951 leading to the Entrance Examination Poland, and Switzer! aA s, Italy, || . that a member of the House, an-
B Beckie agree ; wie aes PU mt SAI ES | ef the Library Association. Subsequently he may be required to attend 5 tee ees Heute That is what nearly | eared or = lacing St fenane can be Cu red
ae —_~—- —--- — -—-— Hl co un i ee a ee ag get * : 4 f —Reuter every Housewife says |of another member during a d :
& recognised Library School in the United Kingdom for a period « when she sees the | bate had made use of threatenir “
THANKS eeoninnaee cne year commencing September, 1951 in order to qualify as a Cla | HANDY | language in the Council Chambet | There are thousands of m@ifand women
ie cee Bae al AUCTION tered Librarian. New C I | et aor ecmendone The Hon. Ranjit Kumar durin who oe way agony day and night
We the undersigned beg to return | ———-——-~— ance neta sem 3. It is intended that the selected candidate should be attached a complete with Flints 44c. each the course of discussion on the use of pile trouble, who ¥o not know
thanks to the many friends and sym-]|_ By instructions received I will sell on . s e r os ine Bite ain’ masts subject alleged that he had been ; that every chemist stocksa special remedy
pathi-ers who sent flowers, wreaths, | Thursday, 11th at 12 noon at “CALAIS",| to the staff of the Library in the first instance and be appointed (From Our Own Correspondent) * "GET ONE TODAY threatened at - three, that does most sure! d quickly bani:
letters and other tokens of sympathy on | Dover, large round table and other tables, | |... i A Bt B 3 PORT_OF_-SPAIN SET ONE TOLDAY | SO threatened a pout two or iret { : ely and quickly sb
the occasion of the death of GWENITH Upholstered couch, rush bottom chairs, | Substantive Likrarian when the Office becomes vacant in April, 1953, N oe . Jan. 5. | times after a meeting | the misery of this wretched trouble. /
2 a r" o waggon, larders, ‘hi . ssware, - nei » on anrtorily i ” ani ew rato : ———E —/ aker ] .
ALLICE \Vie) STANFORD of Orange paagon, farders. china, tlasware. a | Provided he completes satisfactorily the course in Library training. | ;."ADrit a rnd 1 Soe But the Speaker did not i:-| | Make aconfidant of your chemist. Asie
“Joseph N. Stanford thusband) re-|SPrings, ‘mattresses, chest of drawers, 4. Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, intends to use them for rice aor names of the Hon. Mer,,| him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
- a . Ss S$, sins, canvas . * pers Bp one age Ms whom ce : . .
cently arrived from Aruba, os Merri Chairs, — Westinghovse Radio, | NCt later than the 13th of January. Further information will be sup- | rationing only, but if the Korean aeeenliiet had se made, and the So you this is no ordinary ointment,
amily. ——— ‘abinet Gramoph : a ; : . aiaai i . . cf 7 a i ni
as tart ane one ee ee eee, plied on application to the Secretariat. war develops into another world eomplainant—and this gave rise ae dantor ote ee Streaethe ning
Cash, Dial 2947, R. Archer McKenzie. - lets the cards will be used for to protestations on the part of the] 9 aaa ops the intense irrite
FOR SALE 7.1,51.—5n. | rations of other commodities, Opposition -_ - clears ale internal, external,
Fee ie Pa eo FE Pe en ee HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAY STREET. The Hon. Mitra G. Sinanan, | #fe oF bleeding piles.
AUTOMOTIVE tion at my office Victoria Street, on : ‘ ; LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE member for South Caroni hoped The unique tube in which Man Zan is
Friday, isth, at 3 pm 2.331 aguare feet The following progtamme of Day and Evening classes will open - aa = = 1s ” that the Speaker would make it, Sold makes this preparation so easy antl
— eee ee on New h + | e f . A. * rs inv » Fp : :
CAR 1947 V-8 Ford Sedan. ET double roofed board and shingle’ hai at the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday, 15th January to | ing i ok ra Cl et - en tha od clear that the members involved . clean to use. The big size supply, with
Seen, ee ee cn ve sere ie aaa ee ee Thursday 22nd March, 1951. | Weetbury Reed. Sh witetnel. for peyrett. (| were not members of the Opposi- | special applicator, is usually sufficient to
7.1.51—6n. | closet, bathroom, palings, palisades to the Monda aie etal Gate ten sate es = ! tion Bloc. \ clear away the most difficult case.
front. There is a new shop attached, y . Cumanine Sue Britons Hill, St ! Remember the name of this special
CAR One (1) Chevrolet can be} For conditions of sale apply to R. Archer 10.00 p.m.—12.00 noon Cake and pastry making. Michael Road, .% A I oo nee dy f a taleke
oe pets berwenen he ewes eae 8 pan. McKenzie. Dial 2947. 7.1.51.—4n Simple Dress Cutting and Sewing. i Dated this Sth day of January 1951 MAIL NOTCE | oe
2 any 5 ay. . ‘ i i i
Dalkeith. 3768. Tel. 6.1,51—6n. | _ BY instructions received I will sell at 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Simple Dressmaking. police Magistrate as. “AN TO-MORROW |
Feet neeneet .—_______—_ | Craig's Gaage, Roebuck St. opposite ; ; os 5 Mails for the United Kingdom by the
; Moravian Church on Th ¥ 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 pm. Tasty dishes and table laying. Signed JAS A. TUDOR & CO., ae Sor i + MR
CARS—1 A. 70 Austin, Small Mileage. ¢ n ursday Janu. ' per VOLMER TUDOR t 11 30 ss. Golfito will be closed at the General
1 Standard Ten Reasonable prices Dial—| HY 1th at 1 pm. (1) 1938 33 H. P. Rug-making. Applicant a . a.m. Post Office as under
2037 3.1.50—6n Mernd” Dich car m= perfect condition Tuesday N.B.—This application will be con- Furniture and Household effects Parcel & Registered Mails at 1.30 P m
; : Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, on the 17th
rom A Ma a vinceer onagmemn, | ™*3) am—12.00 noon Cocktail Snacks. oem te ei Suto be, : maa PLE REMEDY
yres. an ictioneer. : . y "7 a
Garkee. 5,1.51—5n. 6.1.51—3n, Elementary Dressmaking. we ee — January, 1951, at 11 “BLACKMAN’S” | ry em ie es eee es
STS 2.00 pm.— 4.00 p.m. Assorted dishes See EA |
s . ere , ren " - . * McLEOD, a St. Joseph |
ELECTRICAL REAL ESTATE 4.30 pm— 6.30 pm. Cake and Pastry Making. Police Magistrate, Dist, “A. ink: sen “eeveciend- wits sateue. TEI SHIPPING ta
ELECTROLUX OIL BURNING RE-| DesSIRABLE Dwelling howe calied Advanced pattern Drafting. . ———____ —____ Sepa rn, wie Carers. | ard
“BREEZ 9 fact fonowiag hurnitus ec ES
See re cramer eae Apply tan ee sanding on approxi-| Wednesday \ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE /§) ana enects. i MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ’ a ——>
; woh Maxwell Cc R perches of land at 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon Girls’ First Cookery Course. The application of Evans Carrington Offers may also be submitted (o | ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
The h oast Road, Christ Church. - | & Son of Bush Hall, St. Michael for per- the Auctioneer on the day of sale | M |
FURNITURE Deawing peer Snes open Verandah, Home Nursing. | mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c for the entire freehold property ‘@/ vg “TONGARINO™ Is sched led to | The M.V, “Daerwood” will ac=
RALPH BEARD SAAN Lethe Painted (202 Kitchen. Three ee ee 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Preserves and sweet making. | at a wall building attached to residence estat oe ne aoe | il Adelaide January 4th, Meibourne ||| cept Cargo and Passengers oe
e . e a | al . § acres o eav o . > 3 ue ce irenadn
peace Bia each un Pate | Gein room, tnd ine” water Advanced Dressmaking (i Baie manga He Mie |B) Spheres 88 Bey oh anaes ith, “Br anuary athe ||] SS Saleen eh
Chairs $5,00 each. Painted Dressing downstairs, One large bedroom and 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 m Caribbean Cookery To bE A. McLEOD, Bsq 5 " Large Dining Table; Dinine| Sydney February 7th. Arriving at Tri- | ‘Tar ' 1951
Tables $25.00 each. 3 ft. 6 ins. Vono| bathroom: upstairs. Usual conveniences 2 ee r De rik | Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” Chairs; Occasional Tables and yee first half March, 1951, Barbados vee
Springs complete with bed-ends $35.00.| downstairs. — Electricity throughout Advanced Dressmaking. | "Stoned EVANS CARRINGTON Chairs; Tip-Top Tables; China meres 1951. The MLV. “Caribues” will we
Unpainted Kitchen Tables $8.00 each Three reryants’ room and conveniences Th d = 7 for Applicants. Cabinet; Wine Cabinets; Linen , This vessel has aniple epene tee Mare cept Cargo and Passengers for
Unpainted Rush Chairs $4.50 each. Wath- | 1? yard. Garage for two cars. ursday . N.B.—This application ail Se oon ss; Tub Chairs, Tallboy, Hav ee ee Seen ao tia ent Dominica, Antigua, | Montserrat,
stands from $8.00 upwards. Also a large Pi or pbroprrty will be set up 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon Advanced Cookery and table laying. | .igered at a Licensing Court to be held Rack; Presses, (All Mahogany), tadine eect tiesent tt ean ‘is and St. Kitts, Date of de
variety of New Mahogany Furniture View| (hice amen Soest a eas iy | 2-00 p.m— 4.00 p.m, Cake and Pastry Making. i Police Court, District “A ‘on Thurs. |fl| Gane Armchairs, ang | Rocker’ |B) op ritish Guiana, Barbados, | Wind | to be notined

Furnishing Show Room, Hardwood Alley
Dial 4683. 9.1.51—5n



January 1951 at 2 p.m.

Inspection by appointment. Dial 8229.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,



Advanced Handicrafts.

4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. Advanced cake icing.

day, the 18th day of January, at

1) o'clock, a.m.

1951,

E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’'.






Chairs,
holstered

Couch

Bamboo Side Table,
and

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ding March, to, foal momentarily for Modern. ‘Bungalow, + Daterenss teed 2,00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Butlering. The application of Mortimer Reece of phone and Record Cabinet, Good BWI Agents. | em
sam. ; EB, .C, Bethel, ' Q Codrington Hill, St. Michael, { -
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BULLS — Two well bred Bulls. One| “yy dirnaned WhllTaeec nace Gok Registration for all classes must be made in person, and will take |“ pated this 6th day of January 1951 Shades, (pair hand-cut), Large
as ee Sie Ge renpOreeS Gus by © Competition at their office place at the Housecraft Centre, between 10.00 a.m. and 12 noon, and TO tice Mastateete, Dee A" giass bandcut Barrel Shade, Lamp Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseat, Dominica, for: sail
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pt. Holstein cow. Apply F. EB. C. Bethel, wae Friday 12th January, 1951. inclusive for Applicant mae Ka Maine, Diaee ing to Europe, The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or
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h . 38. SUNDIAI se 6th, Jan
ee eee ie se eatitanacsinmnnnasetini n held 8.8. St AL 8th Dec
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1 Incubator, in first cla: - ;
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dition. Reason for selling owner has two.
Price $60.00. John Alleyne. Ebworth, St.

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: ,
-20. -1,61.—8n. PARISH OF ST. AND erland Street, the following is the result: —
= | pplcations will be secelved "by, the RENEWAL OF PETROLEUM LICENCES a See VOTES 0.
pesnDUT designe and colours just open- | fOr one vacant’ Vestry ‘Seholarshis] Persons licensed to sell, store and keep Volatile Petroleum are | 1. MR. ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY . .. 859
ed again for you. Yes! It's at THANI’S (girl) ‘enable at the Alleyne School, Lanawtodiag trappers Aes SPOR aS Sey 104 ‘ FREDERICK D. McD SYMMONDS 659 Onc.
Pr. Wm. Henry St. Dial 3466 and Swan|Applirants must be children of Parish-| hereby reminded that under paragraphs 5 and 7 of the Regulations | 2. ” . ‘ ; r
io’ i 656 : ;
St. 14.12.50—t.f.n. | 0ners in Straitened circumstances and . fas icences ble b 3. 4 FRED CARLTON GODDARD ........ , NEW YORK SERVICE
cx | iSelcctione ea eet ames itary nage selbst at Aeterna lace acai CHASE 644 8/8 C. G. Thulin sails 12th January arrives Barbados 23rd January
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from:— J. N. Goddard & Sons, S. E. Cole | #t the Alleyne School to be examined on Commissioner of Police. 6. ,, BRUCE ARRUNDALE WEATHERHEAD Het NEW ORLEANS SE ’
& Co., W. M. Ford, General Traders Ltd., Friday January 12th at 9.30 a.m. , ‘ ” JOHN WINSTON HEWITT 600 5/8 Liberville sails 21st December arrives Barbados 6th January
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, Dial : aniteen, Vortey oon: Bridgetown, Barbados, . i cata eee meee ee oo _A Siva . I
-— A _ Ff Dated 3rd January, 1951. » VALENCE CHENERY GAME wersrees . CANAD: SER
PERMANENT needles f ord ; cs) Re ceed 4 595
gia ly 9 det, wie THE NOvTES panPanaTony EE Wait a | sorenscune ai
$1.08, Records of a nds too. | A. ‘ ” s Eb ANP SA Name of Ship Sails Sails rrives
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a : al, ts. Ruby Hoyte, “Gwen- ~ 7 se f dation.
SCALED. Blattorin Beales. (600, a ville’, Black Rock, St. Michae}. * pas Owners of Firearms are hereby reminded that under Section 5 15 ” oar cele | 321 Them vesseis have Umited passenger accommodation
larg ange AGENCY CO.. —" | of the Firearms Act, 1896—4, licenses are renewable by the 15th 16 ” ite poeamege Gestiand mua ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Goit servies:
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TRAILER — Locally built, capacity | ,,4' 4 Poll taken at the Vestry Room on P" sea 18. Owen Taylor Allder ........- 294 SS SELES
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1.51— ere du ed el ~ . i OPRRE sk esos ; {
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SAFE--O Large Fire-Proof Safe in 4 . ate s ay of January, 1951. » the year. §\\
perfect condition. Dimensions AA8® | 9y, ei Goward |)... vores: | Polie Headquarters, R. MAURICE CAVE, for your splendid support during i
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RAGES ate heat . Dated 3rd January, 1951. 9.1.51.—In A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ; !
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WANTED A Carter. e P
SG TOO on 5s peo kdbes va feadaiek my (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD,.—Proprietors) i
Me MM cals vic cok dun Ceh gic Rees ae Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets '
Cs AS ERIS cs oa ees 2 5) See us fe oa r 7 1
HELP J. H, Branch PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES
: . Branch ..,.. "i .. 6
annem cess naee Me Donald Chandler 41 ‘ : Frean
CANE WEIGHE}—Only those with S. A. DURA = Sweet Biscuits by Huntley & Palmer; Jacobs, Peek, Fre
previous experiervard, Oldbury Fectors. Baia eee 1950-51 and Crawford Shuttleworth Cocoa; Lemon Barley Water:
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it suitable applic - . i i hic e rrin Sau , Qua > Ova , ton 2
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Dowding. 3.151--Gn | The public are hereby warned against) for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses for purposes of export | Birds Custard P ri ee

giving credit to my wife ALBRRTHA
CODPINGTON (nee Codrington) as I do
not hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written

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Secretary.

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SECRETARY der signed by me, Fancy Molasses Control and 5
CLUB. Salary $100.00 per month to- Signed FRED CODRINGTON, . i Roebuck St. Dial 4335 }
ecther with free quarters in flat over Three Houses Hill Marketing Board. }
Club House. containing two bedrooms, 9.1.51—2n 6.1.51-—3n ! Ss
ving room, closed verandah etc, also 42
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of Golf an advantage, eding re-| #Ving credit to my wife DORIS DOWNES pes %
pply by letter only, “| (nee Hope) Gis I do not hold myseif , decal romney
ferences, to The Secretary, Golf Club, | yespon~ible for her or anyone lab comin HERE THEY ARE x We have THE LATEST in
Rockley 9.1.51—t.£.". | tracting any debt or debts in my name Tins Cocktail Sausages
enema aen aa a unless b ’ "hy » Pears ee racer ere '
SERVANTS Two (2) General Servants.| “"'* "Si cy" AUDLEY DOWNES, " Bork & Beans m LADIES’ FOOTWEAR !
Apply:° Mrs. Lisle Bayley. D. Pavillion Bathsheba "Mixed Vegetables Sut : , cig .
Fa-tings. 9.1.51-—2n St. Joseph » Carrots a % MEN’S SHOES!
a . 7 " Spaghetti & Cheese
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& CO., Me Gregor and Broad Street siving credit to my wife TRA MILLAR CEN re ae om % | : san 3 and PUMPS
9.1.51—3n. | ‘nee Phillips) as Ido not hold myselt oa aas % | With a wide choice in SANDALS anc I
MI Us responsible for her or anyone else Tins panmite Smt | wat Ww
SCEI ALANEO contracting any debt or debts in my Fruit Salad > am s Jater Rings and ater ings i
idempotent capes _|neme unless by a written order signed ones $ | Also Beach Balls, was i
FOWLS FOR BATING — Any quan-| by me Peaches i ¥
tity, Apply Teddy Jones, Green Dra- Signed EDGAR MILLAR » Sweet Corn x | ANSERS d POLISHES
ton’ Restaurant, Broad St. Ellington, " Pum Jam $ ed e | riety of CLEANSERS an UISHES
5.1.51—t-f.n St. George * Pineapple Jam N% % A great Variety
| 9.1.51—2n. Pkgs. Macaroni \\ & y]
OLD GOLD of every description. | i Slabs of Bacon 1} x \ |
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LIMA & CO., Me Gregor and Broad | giving credit to my wife CELESTINE ‘ ~ © mm *
Street 9.1.51—-6n. | CHANDLER (nee Roachford) as I do not 1 7 SAMPSON % execentinnsienennmnnts % |
nmin | HOI myself retponsibie for her or any- ST 1 ile s
Information concerning the where-| one else contracting any debt or debts ~ id 1 .
bouts of Mrs. GRACE MEDFORD or] in my name unless by a written order 1} 8 Mek RAR |
CAMPBELL, formerly of Brittons Hill | signed by me. e i11@ a e ° ¥ | ; nl ‘
' St. Michael up to 1949. Please contact Signed RANDOLPH CHANDLER lis % | The British Bata Shoe Co, Ltd.
% Mr D, Burnett, c/o Mrs. P. Cyrus, Las- | No, 76 Housing Scheme. Headquarters for BEST RUM | ss Q |
4 celles Plantation, St. James. | Deacon's Road, St. M % Ot on
: 9.1.51—2n i 0.1.51—20. | ee“ cones



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PAGE EIGHT



2nd Division Cricket:

Empire Win Second

Division Trophy

By scoring a six points vict

ory over Leeward on Saturday

the last day of their seecnd division cricket match Empire
have become cup winners in this division for the season.

After bowling Leeward out
41 runs in their first
Empire replied with 145 runs on
the first day of play.

Leeward in their second inni ¢
were dismissed for 128 runs, K
Frost topscoring with 39 and K. D
Webster 19. L. Francis the Empire

spinner took four wickets for
59 runs.
Only needing 25 runs to wit

Empire lost only one wicket afte!
they scored 29 and when stumps
were drawn Frank Taylor

not out 19 and Bernard Bou

nine. A. Harris took the o
wicket for ten runs
A Lead

Pickwick secured first inni

lead over Police at Kensing

when they scored 183 runs

reply to Police 108 made on ‘

first day of play.

For Pickwick C. MacKen
seored a patient 35 while L. Fos!
the opening batsman hit a brec



38. B. Lashley topscored with ‘
The most suecessful bowler {6
Police was O, Marshall who to

four of the Pickwick wickets fo
43 runs after sending down tc‘
overs of which two were maid

overs.

When stumps were drawn Poli
were dismissed for 220 run
their second innings. B. Kinch
the foundation for a big sc
when he missed his century
eight runs. C. Amey batted we
to score 39.

For Pickwick T. Peter}
bagged four wickets for 49 ri
and H, Simmons three for 69 ru

At Y.M.P.C. Beckles Road,
Carlton—Y.M.P.C., match enc
in a no decision as Carlton w
had scored 142 runs in their fi
innings dismissed Y.M.P.C., d
the same amount, O, Edgh'!!
scored 52 runs for Y.M.P.C., wh t«
A. Cox took three wickets for
Carlton, Carlton in their seco:
turn at the wicket had scored 3%
runs for the loss of four wich
when stumps were drawn

The results are as follows:

Y.M.P.C. and Carlton at
Beckles Road
Carlton — 142 and 38 for
wickets.

Y.M.P.C, — 142.
Pickwick and Police at
Kensington

Police — 108 and 220.
Pickwick — 183.
Leeward And Empire At
Fosters, St. Lucy
Leeward — 41 and 128.
Empire — 145 and 29 for one
wicket.

four

I'VE- ALREADY MADE UP MY
MIND WHAT I'M GOING TO
GIVE YOU FOR CHRISTMAS

| THE TWO-HANDED GAME
By M. Harrison-Gray

FP ERE are two recognised
methods of playing the
two-handed version of
Canasta In one case each
player has 15 cards and two
Canastas are required before
he can go out; in the other,
he has i3 cards and one
Canasta only is required.

The latter is the more
opuiar variety the first
eing far more’ speculative
and apt to produce very big
differences in the score

In the 13-card game, it is
advisable to play for your
own Rand and not worry too
much about breaking up your
hand te prevent your
opponent getting hold of the
discard pile. As
only have to <« w from the
stock it follows that, even
though your opponent may
take a big le you will be
able to colleet a Canasta
somewhere and go out beJore
he nas melded all his cards
and accumulated a big score

You must remember that
there are 12 wild cards, and
even in your unlucky
moments you will probably
draw a sufficient share of



two players



them to enable you to go out
—providing you do not start
throwing into the discard pile
that are useful to you

cards



London Express Service



[1 They'll Do It Sy Time _



fol-
innings,

Two W.L. Athletes
In British Team
In New Zealand

A PARTY of Danish, Dutch,
Swedish and British athletes have
just flown to New Zealand with
a piece of stone from St. Paul’s
Cathedral, London, to be incor-
porated inthe wall of Christ-
church Cathedral, New Zealand,

In New Zealand the athletes are
to compete with representatives

of several other countries in the
Canterbury Centennial Games
being held in connection with the

celebrations of the

Canterbury.

Centennial
Province Oi

The St. Paul’s stone and letter:
of greeting were handed to the
party by the New Zealand High
Commissioner in London (the Rt
Hon. W. J. Jordon) at a ceremony

B.O.4.C.’s London offices,

The High Commissioner is seen
in picture at right pointing out
features of the stone to member
ef the team On Mr. Jordon”
left and right are runners Arthur
Wint and Macdonald Bailey



4 More Cricketers
Invited To Prepare

more players have been
added to the list of invitees in
preparation for the forthcoming
Intercolonial Cricket Tournament
against Trinidad, These are Carl
Mullins, S, White, C, Hunte and
L. Barker, The last three are from
the B.C.L.

The first Trial Match begins on
Thursday 11th, at 1.30 p.m, con-
tinues on Saturday 13th and ends
on Thursday 18th. The teams are
as follows:

C. L. Waicott (Capt.), C. Atkins,
G. Bradshaw, K. A. Branker, W
Greenidge, E. L. G. Hoad, N. S.
Lucas, N. E. Marshall, A. McCol-
lin, C. Mullins, G, Proverbs, Cc
Smith.

K, E. Walcott (Capt.), D. Atkin-
son, E. Atkinson, L, Barker, K.
Bowen, E. Brewster, A, Cave,
C. Hunte, R. Marshall, E. Mil-
lington, S. White, G. L. Wood.

The remaining invitees are
asked to continue practising at the
Oval which is open every after
noon, q

Four







What’s on Today

R. J. MacLeod’s Exhibition of
Ui Paintings at Barbados
Museum—-10 a.m,

Legislative Council
2 p.m,

Members will forward a
reply to the Governor's
Message concerning Bar-
bados’ contribution to the
establishment of a Farm
Institute in Trinidad for
the Eastern Caribbean,

House of Assembly meets—
3 p.m.

Among the other items
tabled for discussion are
a Supplementary Resolu-
tion for $64,806, and a
motion that the House go
into Committee on the Bill
to provide for the regula-
tion of Public Utilities,

Rehearsal for G.O.C, Parade,
' Barbados Regiment, Gar-
} rison Savannah—4.30 p.m.

Empire Theatre, “The Mini-

4.45 & 8.30

meets

ver Story” —

p.m,

Aquatic Club Cinema, “Mr
Belvedere Goes to Col-
lege’—5 & 8.30 p.m.

Globe Theatre, “Bagdad”
4.45 & 8.30 p.m.

Vlaza Theatre (Bridgetown),
“Fountainhead’—5 & 8.30
p.m.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sua Rises: 6.12 a.m.
Sun Se 51 pom
Moon (First Quarter):
uary 15
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
ffigh Water: 5,16 a.m., 4.54
p.m





Jan-

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil
Temperature (Max.): 84.0° F
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LONDON, Dec. 29

Many interesting talking point
have arisen as a reult of the}
present England-Australia Test |
series now being played “dc wn |
under” Not unnaturally the
first question which springs to
mind is whether England can })))
win back the Ashes. They have
certainly shown that opposed to
a Bradman-less Australian team, |
they are capable of getting wick

ets cheaply {

3ut they a golden
victory at Mel-
and as they were unfor

get caught on

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a real “sticky” at Brisbane they
ire now two down with three to
play
Of course it will long be ar-
gued in the English camp that
| Hutton’s dismissal in the first
} innings at Melbourne should not
have been. Various reports sug-|
gest that he played the ball with
his pad and that it did not touch
his bat before he was adjudgec
caught at the wicket. But the
s as s umpiré was on the spot and hi
TWO er pes ATHLETES in British Team in New Zealand decision was that Tallon had
made a legitimate catch
olf Gor lard first ball Partly as a result of this inci-
raw am rhe rate of scoring began to dent, but mainly because of many'|
increase with Gerald Wood put- similar cases where questionable!
ng » edge on aggression. decisions have been made, th
righty: cava went up in 80 minutes, suggestion has been put for ;
odrington took over to bowl thai umpires from a neut
é ® ° rom iW itts at the’ North end and country should be appointed t
= i Goddard at the stand for a Test series The ide: it

. . saueaene ‘4 t iw one Bleven runs wer. s ¢ Ww ) 1 rier -

CONRAD HUNTE, B.C.L. opening batsman, carried his bat :cored off Codrington’s first oval a Say aan i m aed “to |e

for a brilliant 187 not out at Kensington on Sunday to help | The score climbed steadily to England-Austi alin ae Per.

the B.C.L. score 255 for 9 declared in their two-day match ‘¢ See vy Moos " a beoueh sonally 1 feet that is making too

sainst the B.C / RO dit aad s ‘ ie Pa tei Le eo garker was then srought much of a fus: i s . g
agains 4. By close of play B.C.A, had lost 8 wickets jack to bowl from the suine end cee ms mee Lars ene wa
for 134 runs, » Wood,. The first over v Sleds siti ab taht nie

yt : , 2 , ; : sajoes , ‘st over Was 3 would consider “definite 1

B.C L. had scored 188 for the Branker’s one wicket for 12 runs maiden, Wood watching the ball evivheet’” on ae iF
loss of 7 wickets on the first day during 9 overs was the best carefully and being very cautious ’ Interesting
and on Sunday they added 67 bowling Watts replaced Codrington in F pee econ |
runs in 85 minutes. Carl Mullins On the strength of their first the double change and the fourth _A far rae interesting, 6ugges~|
had taken five first day wickets day’s score of 188 for the loss of wicket fell in his ove It was tion however, has been eae’ |
for 39 runs while Hunte had al- 7 wickets, Conrad Hunte with 161 the second ball. Farmer had ite ey Sores ee i
ready reached his century not out and L. Barker five sored fo > firs rie Prlting in We London Bventa:

The B.C.L. lost a wicket off the the Bic BA L. Reranat Went kent i naean Teeter bt a Gane 7 att Neat tea
first ball of the second day's to the wicket to consolidate their bowled ; coer, aes OE ae ra
lay when Empire’s H, A. King i The icke ? Ses Te aiisaitee: one e
pl len be “Sy i aie position. Sas Wel The fourth wicket fell whe \ discussing the question of covered
20wled L arker. But § White Skipper Farmer brought on his the score had reached 106. K. A. wickets to equalise the luck of
and Hunte then came togsther in spinners, H. A. King and B. K ‘Branker went to the wicket and the pitch, should consider allow-
a ninth wicket stand which yield- Bowen, The B.C.L. met an earl) began batting to Barker in an ing the respective captains to
ed 40. White in his aggressive way disaster when in the first bail of undisturbed way. The two bats- have lternate éhoice: after the
doing the bulk of the scoring the day, Barker failed to i.egutiate men carried the score to 121 be- first toss ‘7 5
He was eventually adjudged l.-b.w. one from King which turned in fore Wood got caught by Goddard ' :
for 28 ; from the off and was bowled, off Watts’ bowling. Wood lifted The idea, of course, is that in

A last wicket stand between S. White joined Hunte. Hugtethe ball to mid-off but did not @My one series of five Tests, the
Hunte and V. Watts threatened continued his innings in a cau put sufficient force behind it. team winning the toss on the
to give the B.C.A. some trouble, tious, reserved manner, but White Wood had made a good 72. He first ocvasion would have the
Hunte took over from White to began somewhat aggressively was given a chance when i . choice of batting or fielding in

va iven a chance when in his : ; ‘
send some powerful shots to the When he reached 28, White was 20’s. The score was then 121. the first, third and final games,
boundary, placing them between given out l.b.w Hunte and V Watts claimed his third wicket 2"4 the other team would have
the fieldsmen with good precis- Watts took the score to 255 be- » run later, when he got K, A, the choice for the second and
os i half tt nis 4 ea declared Branker adjudged |.b.w. Branker fourth.

Seoring more than ial 1e his nn s sea, attempted to ull the ball t ink 4c ailey’s : FES~
B.C.A's total, Gerald Wood saved 4 1 . ie was beste sites 2 : on ; oe eatl Ry r co
his tearn from entire collaps hen At 255 C, Atkins and Cammie ** neon, tion is basically sound. It woulc
fie. nde 72. He gave one ‘chance Smith went to the wicket to ope” Skipper Goddard then took off mean that no team could have
off fast bowler.Barker when he the B.C.A’s innings. L. Barker Watts and brought on himself the worst of the conditions for
a oo eae ethowed re, and S. White started the B.C.L. and his first ball was hit to the more than three games. Thus it
react "ae the B.C.L’s slow left attack, Tony Atkins who tovk boundary by Bowen. would tend, overall, to place more
a Pt ak aes Vv “watts strike was off the mark with 4 The score reached 134 and after emphasis on cricketing skill anc
ane eee ere : ;; Single off the first ball. 13 runs had been scored off him, not nearly so much on the toss
and their pacer L a e" i In Barker’s second over Atkins Goddard took the seventh B.C.A, of a coin, which after all is only
was off the other bowlers that 49+ 4 chance when he edged a ball wicket when he tricked Williams the ‘1eans of starting a game.
he gained most of his runs through the first slip and McCarthy with a slow ball and bowled him B ' rmer Kngland captain

The B.C.L. fast bowler 1. who was fielding at that. position Four balls later and when no elth Whom Ss Siaod ine. idea
Barker held a good length and got failed to accept an easy catch, more runs had been stored, God- was not altogether th agreement

the ball swinging in, sometimes
chest high. During his spell of
14 overs, he took three wickets
for 45 runs

Left arm slow

bowler V. Wat's

who also claimed three wickets
for 37 runs in 10 overs, worried
the B.C.A. batsmen considerably

The other two wickets went to the

B.C.L. skipper Goddard
Besides Wood, the only other
RCA batsman who entered

double figures was Farmer, who
in a big hitting knock scored 26





When

he reached five Atkins

dard got W

Greenidge adjudged

survived an appeal off Barker in l.b.w. Greenidge had outlived an
the third over. But in the last appeal in the previous ball,
ball of the same over he pushed = Scores follow: -
his bat at a fast one and sent the 1 y
ball to Herby Sealy behind the 7. ‘for 9 decid 255
BCA. * (for @- wits) 3
stumps who caught it. B.C.L.—Ist Innings
Gerald Wood joined Smith who 4, Sealy ec (wkpr.) Wood b
Mullins

was then 4,

White had so far ©



. : ~ing C: Hunte not out
Seale ree ers ft runs
bowled three overs for 4 L Jones ec ‘wkpr.) Wood b Mullins vu
with two maidens. L. Codrington ¢ (wkp Wood b
The score went up to 20 with | Mullins so
. scoring a 4 and a 3. In #. McCarthy l.b.w. b Mullins 2
Ww ood scoring B: i. = “laimed his Cc. Symmonds b Mullins 8
his fifth over arker claimed Nh D. Crawford run out 4

second wicket

in the same way kK

Goddard stpd



(wkpr.) Wood b

f > ’s slow bowlers, K ‘
Of the B.C.A’s slov he got his first. It was a_very 4 merken 1 K 7
arke > ing 5
—— fast inswinger and Cammie Smith ¢ white ibw. b Branker 26
. * ‘ who had been batting so far with y Watts not out 3
Jamaica lrivite 34 much confidence, touched it and Extras 1
: sent it behind to Sealy who again € ‘ ~
T Pr ti took the catch, The score board otal ffor 9 wkts. decid.) 255
o Practise the cate an
read 20—2—7 Fall of wickets: 1 for 12, 2 for 12,
(From Our Own Correspondent) During their 40 minutes at the °° 4 for 77, 6 for 69, 6 for 96,
KINGSTON, Jan. 6. wicket before tea, B.C.A. on! Oka Sati teee acti eens
With the selection of A, R. Bon- scored 22 runs. Eleven seas Se WY,
itto, Jamaica all-rounder, as Cap- were bowled during that period. 2; Witian ss SS
tain of the Jamaica side to meet After tea slow left arm spin- a wa on & » 5
British Guiana in Jamaica in the ner V. Watts took over from Mc- 3. K. Bowen Ce ,
Intercolonial Tournament in Carthy. Barker kept on from the 9. Atkinvon mw 1 at
March, the Jamaica Cricket Board South end. Wood was given a K. A, Branker 9 2 12 1
of Control has invited 34 players Jjife off Barker in his first over Q W Smt eC aa
to hold themselves in readiness after tea. He edged the ball be- i A—ist Innings z
at ae 7 the uD : hind but this time the wicket © Atkins ¢ (wkpr Sealy b Barker 5
1¢ “ players invitec are ke ae ro) fe ¢ Smith c twkpr.' Sealy b Barker 7
A. R. Bonitto (Captain-elect), The dropped the catch, G. Wood c¢ Goddard b Watts 72
‘ ; he most runs were being Atkinson b Barke
t # Snaais I ade . D ob Barker 9
J. Prescod, V 2, Lumsden, ..,5; : . ad
Col Bonitto. §. A. Binns, D scored off Watts, but the B.C.L. N. Farmer b Waits 26
-olin sonitto, 5, 4 is, flelders were getting slack In K. Branker 1.b.w. b Watts 5
Thorburn, E. McCulloch, L, V Barker’s eighth over Wo * B. Bowen not cut 9
Dujon, George Mudie, Leo Sam ered rns eee SAV BE ood sur- J, Williams b Goddard cee
els, Aston Powe, Ken Rickards, oan an appeal and then got a w Greenidge l.b.w. b Goddard »
J. K. Holt, Jnr., Neville Bonitto, “8 % me io
L. E. Saunders, Jnr., Roy Millet In the last ball of the over oni
O. J. Cunningham, J. McLeod, H. 1. Barker got his third wicket when ecwth ecadaball aos ie
Binns, A. P Binns, Kanute Bar- he bowled D. Atkinson, The ball Tall of wicket 1 for 9, 2 for 20, 3 for
J. Hendricks, H, ie Johnson, was fast, well up and raised about 43, 4 for 106, 5 for 121, 6 for 126, 7 for
5 yoodridge, L. G. Gooden, E. 8. an inch below the bails 34, 8 for 104
Kentish, Bruce Excell, I. Iffla, R The 50 went up in 60 minute: BOWLING ANALYSIS
Scarlett, Edwards, H, Scott, D, P. } by Far r ; em ee
scarlett, | s, it 4 py a six by Farmer off Barker. 5. Barker 14 2 45 3
Beckford, Jnr., A. lL. \ Valentine Skipper Goddard took off Barker s White ) 2 6
ind Icar Lawrence, 7 when he had captured three 4. MeCarthy 2 i
ser eek. the Tent et a wickets for 24 runs in 9 overs, }. aaa Oe aetemas g
Wcimars. Hkh Gebpal. sod tes cae rea aol abel Pacmer: b. aegegawa : 4
( \ school ar entered double figures w é “rawford 2 5
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Tl FSDAY JANVARV 9 195! BAKBADOS ADVOCATE r\ FIVE ST. LUCIA I III II IA1 miff IT Any Da\ You Will Find The Harbour Something Like This TYPICAL HARBOUR BOB*! WHEN FRUIT ARI'.IVT.S Aviation Chief Praises Govt. Tahiti Stork* Are Not Real -ADVENTURER CITY "TIMES" Be -aid ihut th.only poini of <'>f swu. SMS on criticism which Jithad l u make n !" was the lack of adequ.it' ijcililit-a which are so vital to-day, but he felt RUTS that llnQ. sptiit about a year m CT In all ln~ und A 12.15 p.m. the hand* of the THAU is undoubtedly a great luturc for Barbados a* a centre of international nvil aviation add TAHITI the ureaii %  oral* woman and song given iu Ua Oovonuni een, U .speedily complying with I.CA.1 Cfl Chat !< A i I m o D, adventurer, recoriuncndations. Mr. K Mac author and photographer, lold Un Alovcy. rOprOMtltaUV* Ol UM Advec-ilr fl ll North AUMrkU EUelOQnJ Ollkc ,. ,,, of lb loiaraaUonal ctAI organ„*? r _, Aa mon h0 "":" < !" vUd (*,„, face llOtiOD told tlir Advocate VI o South'fli Public B ulldlng a dbdfwM showtafoatlllg places. ">* ''" correcl tuM The hands il. d -i it %  ihc %  ., i.'in r,i.,ot iiiclock lul pli % %  %  >i ,,. poUMd to 12 ...I but in ", < J U ". ,„., e '"' ,hr "^"" ","; ""> f". !"• %  doe* at ^taUoDj Ud building. Bockuitn Piaea was thon lowing 9.0% The m im in Tahih • < niloon minute, tat* when the for about Public Buildings clock ohlrarn: ."'"* '•' (nr ' "'*> 12.30 p.m.. the hands on the eastilh Wing Commander I* A. neo<1 r *P n • pwpM MU an face of the Meal Store clock Kggioniicid. Dtnctoi General of TS* ra !" v b*d * gala4 time This face Civil Aviation in the British A mon na been privileged on was also showing 12 30 p.m. but Caribbean area and other cif.il !" ny occasions to be adorned In #e hands un the western fata avlation officials in Barbados. on £. of ^^ *•*• no Pointing to 1.05 p.m. He said that he was In the "ho main mrti.'try !• ,.,.., .„., The clock at Plantations Ltd. cockpit of the B.W I A aircraft [he inwuhrtiori work 01 U Ut tre ix.ellent approaches to Sea we I, rv.iywliin a n. ami the hands were not i ing any attempt to move. excellent approaches to beawel, ., , ,, ,, "i-witui rf ,.n„ ^...t.^..! wn ' h i north of Tahiti, pearl fctta* nUOT, Hemnald Tyrrell luily eqm, industry wno w quarantined ther. flnca Ironic suitable f> .ember II. ^IIKKI: IS one man who shouid eviiy nook and cranny uiwiarwaj ''""" island Tn u *^ c Seaweil will be %  international aero< for both day and niaht operation.. Then* \ within the next few months. South Seal AbOUl EOui 01 dV( and • re.omniemlations of the ships visit these bland Aerodromes Committee ^t Ha\ .,. fc ll(P ^ lv i ruv ,-| -y,, completely implemetite.t i„ ao lat btll us the basic characteristics of ttW from the mainland ot North nie are DOOCORWd. Amen. H< Keijlonal Plan • s|H*nd a two-weetc ,,, f %  • %  "•' *"•"' % %  %  SuTSStSrKS'S^SS When tiie Advocate saw Tyrrell esteiduj he was strolling rrom MM elm 0l the Island tii the othei iu even walked to tha and ol the jetty, which la the nearest part of the island lo Barbados He shaded eyes with Die hands and lookHvrv Wot Civil \ i ia I inn Taiks %  o I I I %  %  %  April lasl \ C( >MMISSION is now im I u'lhlo s SHARK OIL • %  that 1 out tha I.C A.I %  Immediau bei asenl date the B Btrato Cniiaaci now bell American All %  Mr AgDCtlnJ iv ho 11 i. View Rote) returmnic t<> Trinidad later In :he uwk CANE GRINDING BEGINS Spring Hall K.i. I began p Indtna nil %  %  % %  I Of the factor. ery has been overhauled and a new turbine alternator morning labourbuS) packing the loads to thai a hlch the. carriec Be iriei PSCUM rtti church. %  %  %  •-TBUofi until Januarj 15 as repairs %  mil checklni arc dill In rtod oul An aid S ump and load water eatci h.ive I ten added tn I he lilaelulai v .M-i ,. %  ei %  hauling have taken up moat "t UM time. Among Hie Otl %  .. 1 Four Square Fa. loi > In Sr Philip will also be grii thing il %  soa well. Thla factor) hai also received new ma h eluding i boiler fad heatei i the fact more canoe, poaaJbl) two tons more DOT hour than Bonn 'i II i "" %  onth Fan %  e.„i\ b] the %  ooi ownc" Uve IU .i hgj M %  %  ... k tie a en of the chief producers in the Island : lhat if the HVI .< greater amount Ol %  U SonwUmes the liver ol moj be drj and oni> rt< Id %  Ion puta ol oil on tin OthOf hand lhl of a foui fpol ..ml would give about lour or five gallons The price >i %  three KIII bottle of shark oil i* from oO .-ents to three shillings The oil is .i ing and i* more easily •', in., and salt. Maycoca owni three Ashing boats but cannot ordei his erawi to turn ovei tha Uvof <>f ihgrki catch. On many OCCOdoni he itoread to buj tht Five ol alaycock'i boat* — the Chfaltni, tthlp Alaiida. Kriara Mi-orr .,".1 Ms^brll hOVl ill WfUl loni Ti;. i wi re L hut the i %  • a an %  returning trip and -auk of] llu Si .[.,,,, ,... %  BOOM IW n on tii<' boodi ion thui and wool oul In %  bnol to •. %  '. %  Uw on %  .i. hn. M hi ki knowi to "" n:..|. rltjj "i fishermen, uccasionalonc of his boats pleasure i how shark oil is praduoad John said rh. onlj thing net' ; thl U* i'i .huh produces its ow i mill hut again quite ^ have to bi end <.f this oul Van i i '''"i ne ilao making big rapelri and ii :not nirc whether ihoy will bo %  bio lo Marl grinding tin %  %  U WIIAIII IOIIIIIIS his routine stroll—from one end of the island to the other. Twiell nOWOVOl expects to ieturn to his homelalhl MiiiLCtnue this week. the must pood trap Constabl C PL. CVRIS. :> it ei! i %  > %  Organisation ha had to Barbados and the mam point of '"" .""hough the sen I discussion at these tiilks will be ?""\ "' wouhl "'" ,% ,,,; x >'" the ImpletneritaUon of the CariuU '" "'^ "• '"•" •"•". bean Regional plan formulate |,„, ,, or fU r iuu• it to vllll B %  bncal on the Hack ol speed> the closing date of tho Havana ; and other oflender laeetlng and it i ., tribute to the While I will do work foi "'' wm 'onnerlj sta t ion ed at soundness of the Plan that the Km i.oss Li.ie. The Bermuda Trade the District *B'Station, St. George, .-peedy action of the | ii11.111 >.%teidii\ morning lel*ing matched by the Implementation hy 'he SM :tores. 'The improvement ot air nnvi*a, J lint. rarililMx l lh ( rsrlhliMn ''' sumed duty in Bridgetown T WO mi w us | numb* ither art of I C.A.O'S North American Office which, like the lour other Regional offices of the OrganlsaII tlon is also responsible for the for three months last sun. implementation In a second ptoi < ! 11 i 11 I %  he graphs. He Is staying at the Ocear Montreal. u ill spend nine months .loin: y.,-w Hotel. 'estimating ii the Harboui ol Bi I of tho AdMH-ulr in tins is w hut he found Abort 500 aqUP lowei w i %  md Riled drunu %  >al while on the cemented strip wore two weatlx I andswanhni reand Iron rixls. show a.. Ii Ihen i ...iiice thai n IM h ni boon there i > %  seme timlay on the wharf. On i side of the street am lightsa k then i.-.iai hang-ouj on Hu an % %  a %  unit on which the Qovernmani ..'ids Lumber %  overe i %  lai | 'i. .1 front around the Iruv i basaB ol UM Can I Around tha Uusn EiaaUi ol the Careenage, the tii-i thing thai struck the aye a three hawkeri displaying thii. ware % %  tha pub lie on the rOad. Sev | meni carti wara parked naai lo the pottery. Tlie busies! %  a c tion Of the walei %  (i. it. apaa along Falrchll A row of evergte.il lie. mg FalrchQd Btrael and thi wa t e r front, enei u numbai ol i artanni i > %  *i then animal and i aria, rafraahmanl • arts, two barbers and a luiget nuiabai of idVara, some ot whom paatad tha tUna !>• %  playing games I'ntiily Section K• i I-: bus ..I ti papai t ird % %  % %  of stuff am animal dropptnga made this seclion h>ok very untidy Uorrli lined one si.ie of Fain hlld sue, and with the animals on H tht Ida, 'pare f..i tiatli. limited Tally clerks ami waterfron workan were bum in getting th im. i e. removed all the while The tolly clerks sat in chain Ol the street, hut >et the] were hid dan b] the liirnnei A schooner oecupiwl the heave down-l erth ol thr buy i %  .... oceupytng %  little hul whk on (ha wharf, In Ihe • u mitj . %  i I.,i II |ue. es of noli aii-i h serve .e h.dl.i-l Mi... in..iii-i s hfe boat, 1ami nan ol the rigging! og thi %  %  It was difficult to g -nil v i the othei lldl ll UM irOQTiagO I'.ei Head side Aflei I. t ihaml arlaui bridge bai ral iii inns and boxes block* %  to sinh an extent th.it i. %  ngle nie A lOCT) .... ,.t ii %  i load -1 ingo, Anothsq i" rardi at and %  %  on 1.. troll lini--. bundll .'ii/e. h.ili of w Ira Then itoiies. marl and •• heap stretching "h of the i h.M i i im ..i the -•. ,n un ler cuttli Before i ck. di umi f cola ampi molai •• are piled up %  i i easel Ihe i.adv j l< %  ., .i BOI d ; %  I i %  | .... I i log ol I I lorn found rhe • nd of the Plei Head roe of hie axeapj lot %  Uttle iho stnppel off his clothes ake a dip in Ihe f.n.-i ,** Il .----'---*,vvvv--'-----o--^--'V'*'-%-v.^%%^,'.',',--v^vvv'^^*-n now un adence*i I ilcgusrJ VOU hHilJ :....n a snothai *iiy Miii tegard l iiegusrd" * • I nrd II M *at(. fngrani and A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (IVDOS.) LTD. AGENTS. M\V I II! !PURINA HEN CHOW; I (SCRATCH GRAIN) %  JH. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD. Duinbuior, %  f .ftff, ff.ff.ff.rVf m m %  %  %  *•"%  )tw run now Select .... on the 1'iei firewood Tin :in. purpo I empt) iii th* i' > ib %  %  SCHWKI %  %  I II A p SAI.Ali 1TII 3 YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUM II I,I FREE MUSIC PEOPLE who %  %  1 p.m., %  'li on npoctad • freeni lie Cinema %  ncma was i | K C-. having cheike'l Hi ll of! i i i will ba bark mi it* usua kdreeal II told IN FINE LINGERIE PANTIES and BRIEFS in I'luk and while :*ir to si ::i, SUPS In IBBBBV ami ( HII'I Pink and While from ff.3.1 to S5; HALF SLIPS I'lnk anil White | ''it I NYLON PANTIES and BRIEFS 1 i im S2 96 lo M H> NYLON SLIPS sl.IPS From *T IH ii*'>H; NYLON NIGHT-DRESSES HARRISONS HIM )AD ST. DIAL 2352 PICTURED .hortly f'r Ihru rn..l *t Ihf B0'. I iMd <-" ">Oolft.lo on Sulurdav " Dr "id Mm. Kltmcjyn.kl Th Doctor ba. cow, to Uko tho pc*t of Al,tant Modlc.l SuporloUndont at Ul UonUl Hoaplul Ho ond hi, wile are .?:-, cliatUnf with Dr S. H Lloyd-lull (Mntrt) Nodical •uporUttndnl Montal Ilo.plul. 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I'M. I FOVK II MtltllMIs \l)\ (K \ I I ri I .SII.W JANUARY 9, All BARBADOS AmtMTF ktr =5^— f -1 ..1, 1 II, *-.. t %  <-••*• Turdn>. Janli.ii> •>. I'i"'l (airl* Iftrcak From High SchooL Lead March THE ft io-ilay a: t;id lhr v enter on the final am sasauon i thj thai din ., % %  ..•:.,'.' %  %  %  full rfttntitm ol divan mattan affecting: the general welfare but there has been insufficient action taken. The opening of the final .sossi'iti. affords ar excellei I tunity to atone for thia omission. Ann mi; the measures which have been discussed at length during the earlier portion of the session were s< %  !. the control of Public Utilities, and playing fields throughout the island. Thanks to the generosity of the British tax] sum was allocated for housing <>. in the sugar industry and toil handled in a statesmanlike .banner. An effort has been made tu Improve tha M commodatlon in schools but owi .unfortunate setting up of a departI outside those already establishes |fa been a halt in the work. Tfe causing some delay, does not however kill the effort. The same cannot however be said with regard to the deep water harbour and the registration of voters under the adult suffrage bill. A Deep Water Harbour means so much to the economy of the island that it should be the first concern of those interested in the general welfare. Already we have lost much of the transhipment of sargQ which brought revenue and employment, and it is the absence of this harbour which mal the handling of such cargo as there isuch an expensive item at Bridgetown bach ton now costs approximately IK/at tiu>; port while in Port-of-Spam the sum is 8/and in Georgetown 9/-. This local hlgfa charge increases the cost to the local consumer. It is true that the programme laid down by the present government was an ambitious one. The mistake was made in not giving priority to some of the schemes the result is that there has been a general failure to bring them, laudable as they were, to fruition. Ct is not loo late for the mem bets of the House < >f Assembly to resolve In flee some rhetoric on the altar of action. It would be in the public mteiest and might be perhaps the means of convincing many of their supporters that they are deserving of continued trust or worthy of the support given them. The duty of legislators is nol manly t assure constituents of their strong dartre to improve the common lot. Their main duty is to attempt to improve the economic condition of the island. This is more likely to be achieved if action is substituted for talk. TAKE m i it i HUM nun is a I i MHI ErieImTvJ : lYheriiit at't high %  %  : %  rhe boys' %  %  b> t he b Pi It %  oil eeoceeal NaUonaUM t] B t looi. U I r | || II iMl Seen %  national pride, 1! %  %  :o exploit %  0 Bang i: ago. n 1*51 .v the current imitation I u now become %  %  -...I In the Mi. die East—a giant srhlefa %  I r.ded %  %  iSAlna Itself into a fury against %  • ith the r.Mient. Hut nM-'imers here take ;i dJW. They rail this "the hold-up of modern in raaaa the r.m HMM i.ver \h* \|. !..-lr4iiUi. OH I "fiiD-iiM HI hitli Britain In.* a i-onlr-iilling nil. !<".( Thli control -l-rnli %  %  Mwler-atNfce n* WINSTON t III IK Hill. when he * PfeTM l ""' ( oi. Ad ml nil tj In 1911. lu piuUH-l Ike NT) I uil hr Ulkrd the GertnaMri inio putun* up CiaaMM lor the lornpaaj Teaaj uui aneaasjaaai is worth i:owm. Ttallaawlhli' : who brake school to oceaaVon, the rows %  itt-Brltun %  hi.h fill Ihe Teheran I 'ress—all are the work ol etghl P isia's House of They style themselves Front With understandable cynicism .'ical office %  d • %  'hi* legitimate road 0 ripnea, the) have set themselves of bunging down the I Issue by I urning 11 lion of na%  i ly brought them • Tiunent avoided defeat l I | puUliifj lu out Of the ..-re -.1DO quorum when UM division WHS called. Todav I Hazmara. %  rd-biiten soldior%  .id me he h.iv %  %  tgnuaSj Hut he alto said %  npeUed to seek Ol for a new agreement wltii the That if•JDH IlltO the picture: i the compeo) it was negotiated two years ago. Under its terms a cheque for 145.000.000 Is waiting to be collected by the PergUBB Oovenunenl u ken Paelagfliieiri raUfiei rhe agreement. Needs Cash rn< < kw ratnent needs the money badly Much of Ita for%  Ign e an squandtbe Blah*powered American cara which crowd Teheran's streets and other liixui U fOI OOet empty And Bod funds with which to paj UM in ) ol 'ivi! tarveoti nrl tnimths Is a problem. Greneral Rwntaft uMfoiofe was anxious Ifl IM E'.i liament ratify the agreement Instead of doing so i arltament was thrown into turmoil by the agitation of thr National Front it. meennen roundly denounced %  as "traitors," and accused him of i.irthnght for a poltrj £45.000.000. B< oeral aald. "that the oil company will be more fiexr we -*t-r t our new talks. D .. eenwni fa-tory our%  how could we manage •at oil refinery in '..i m rM "BUI we do van! %  better agreeii. simple terms, means higher royalties. And the oil company is by no means certain that it can pay them. The agreement already negoliali-J "ffcr> Persia the highest paid to any Middle East 0U OOUBBT} I'. neail> doubles her revenue. Kcfused The Ann-ncaiis recently comS lctcd a giant plpc-lim tma\ audi Arabia to the MedlU-rranean Another la being built fstoo the rlon Kirkuk fields in Iraq. The Anglo-Iranian i-ompany has been refugad permission to build a pipe-line across Iraq to the Mediterranean. It has to send its oil by tanker around Arabia and through the Suez Canal % %  wluth ados 3.000 sea miles to the tourney t<> Untain. So while the low-royalty field a: Bahrein Is rapidly expanding production of cheap oil. it is unlikely that Ihe Anglo-Iranian company will seek to increase producUon this year. Paylna higher royalUes now will be like killing the goose that UM gulden eggs," company otlkials here say. Meanwhile, the National Front %  portl .mnlhrr feather In its cap An Indian oil company. learning of the rumpus In ParBaH cabled its good wish* In the Front leaders ->nd offered to all Abadan's output—if and when tne Persian Governdonallsea the company "FARIWH1 AMHUCA*' LONDON i . %  %  . Tha Sovfcei News," publto %  ,.-. %  .,i I undon aasd new films will lawlua> r'airwi-ll. America, which "exposes, the A l( nd shows the peac i the Soviet peoples." ::pt (ur tbii aspactcd L05I hit has baan written by Alexander Doxhanko arter Aniuibelle Bucar's BjOOk, TiW Tru American DiplOBBhta. The CinematoKraphy Mini provad a plan for the production ff feature rtlmi in 1951. Thev will account lor TO per eent of all new films tu be produced during %  ha grati The 'Soviet News' said the l u ."il films "will depict the peaceful constructs,• and) IVOUT if the Soviet people at plants, fact n the firms. "Films will also be made uf a number outstanding works ol Soviet literature^ M1 eluding Semyon Babyevsky's novel, "Tlie CavaUar of the Gold Star," which describes the life of collective farmers in tinKuban Valley granary; and Light In Koordi, by Ota Esto.uan writer Hans Leberecht. dueling with the development of collective farming in Estonia." The paper said there will be other films I uch as "The Battle for Coal." tolling 01 the Soviet miners; "The Green Road.* 1 on the innovators in Soviet railway ttanaporti and a film about a village doctor. Scores of popular scientific and documentary films will also be produced in 1951 along with special films devoted to faiBOUa Rtiaalen admirals, poets and Bolshevik party leaden —l.N.S. a V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS %  I THE COLONNADE I o.s < I l.ERY MftCUITS Tinv \ Mi: SAL \U I'sually Now |141 L2V .2.1 .22 KITCHEN WARE AI.L'MIMt'.M FKY PANS & SAl'CEPANS COCKTAIL SHAKERS TIIKRMOS FLASKS I'l IIIIINC & IIRII'PING PANS HI!I:AI) BOARDS jnd KNIVES SAM CANS (1ARBAGF. CANS ENAMEL fLATES and CUPS Elc, Etc., F.lc. WILKINSON & IIAVNI s Co., Ltd. Succosaora To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472, 4687, — 6 *fflve Years tlf Socialism^ LIVING COST UP liironvenienl THE motoring public must siill wonder whether during the erection ol stop ligni and studs at the road junctions in this island there was not Some attempt lo play a practical joke on them. There can be no doubt that traffic needed some control and it could only have been done by means of regulation:, such as have been passed. Tru-v have contributed to an orderliness long desired in this island but in a few instances there is need for revision. Studs should be placed at junctions so that motorists can obey the law and still operate their vehicles conveniently It is little use to arrange the studs so that when the front wheels of the vehicle has stopped, the driver cannot see on either side put them at the top of a hill Mich as at the Junction ol Bridge Road and Hindsbury. The promise of angk inlrrori has nol yet been redeemed and with the number of vehicles increasing daily the plight of the motorist becomee worse. Od*. dOtUng gad WtoWOd Ihe September. I Mil. .. %  jlimited— mont-.v devaluation; and the woi n Korea caused a jump In wora By FRED DOfRFLINGER Deaptt I P ,;l1 Inlrrnally two fartors are ut i rwivMU i Bn t a\< WQt QBo is the fact that n,,,— „.-iT „< v. ,,:..!. h, v increases on natlonali/ed freight i^AV^SSl^tmi •< bu > %  %  wd,i "Charaai now arc beginning to the tZZLX hard S-daHn BntI h "> ^ ,,h towe Wm f ,n vvolit through *• """ ,V prtW £!i-sJSSi£^^^^i" 193tl rood ""••" "" • !" l l "Nurture. alns socinllsl Arlfiirp hiir ^ ^ 6S ((>n[ |i|or( l|( in pre Thp olhpr lKtor ean InattriM ...i.. M* nmm i„ tnifi-v WMJ rlothing Iwo .iiui oin-h.nlf butcd to government policy. i Vt , 'ILu *• pre-WM eort; and household Supe.ticiaiiy it is the hike-i taxes SononBn^ TT^5nffir^f2 S ^ or ,rob,, • ,, ,l 9U0Um and othe, purchase, :; n ot dprmm J? 1. ;V h Su? l uTiJ^^ .i %  „,...'.K-tZ "•' ,u eaatai now ll 's 49 f, 'nl ? ''-•' have como on.top of — Don! Kivs Her Hand LONDON KISSING a lady's hand in Britain, although generally liked by women, is considered a "barbaric custom." Such is the advice given to Polish volunteer workers and displaced persons working In Kast Anglia by the Polish authoi Other illuminating advice contained in the "good conduct" guide given to the Poles says that Englishwomen are "modest and sincere." "The kiss of a woman does not authorize anything. It is quite often an expression of friendliness." Of eating, the Poles are advised. "Do not use a toothpick. British people eat in ;i discreet and elegant way." And finally, the guide says "An Englishman often criticizes his government, customs and traditions. On no account let yourself be induced to assent. It would be tactless, as f a guest criticized your wife. "Duels are not known. An Englishman is always ready to settle a score on tha apol with his lists. The use of a knife would de prive us of all sympathy."I.N.S. m BUY ... PARROT SAFETY MATCHES &f SHI7:VS BEST MATCH &f Ask for PARROT MATCHES from your Grocer. DA COSTA & CO.' LTD Agents outright Mll'llt's pal ..... 1U ,. A haircut price ll nearly douhlcd; lready high level of taxation. Itself super-imposed on increasing oal and power rosts. p. :pitil I li.-.iv ,h .-ubfcldUed food Aid, Uw British people are dniaaUna d-sp*rat*ly make ends meet add to Hi' if a nali' ln| on the a( poat. %  ..i reki Amerii an doll shall Plan Aid t-oupird who reaaed pnxluetivity. liave guar%  but ihe volution i Mlln| In Uu %  Welfare Btate" has pushed taxation up :inl UP Indlreel .i\' tht kind iiurune the wage-earner most—anUlghei than anywhere else In Wt m n toad ,.r the Revenue wet ^ t ;ir fl(1 %  wUI lUJ reel %  oap, clothing-, btddln*. cuUery—thinfi . %  earner are t. > %  I 11 %  enl POCht.1 CARTOON ht OSBI I \NCA*TBB V. ssfffv fj| Everyone has the "bare paces" .part from the ever pi i • hOuaUia problem. Ration,r. (if food .in I clothing b> coupons has been abandoned— but now U>ere is "raUonlng by Sweeping redlMribution of ini omes through taxes hah cut upper and middle class living i Traditional glories of Britain are fading. Aristocrat* Mil land*, homes. famUly treasiu-es. to make ,'ndjt meet. Or they open. for the pnre ,rf admission, their i.it.h hornet" f"r public inspeeMlddle-elass families live in .shabbier hosnei They %  £• Crtiruj up such privilege! as having servant. They ar forfeiting former laken-for-granted ameni %  ties to gel money to send their children to what they consider %  re the right*' schools. sailed "free and easy" life 'f pre-war days is no mine Aim now that rearmament OCBci" s -> %  % %  %  ' /.:„..„, ,'"',.. ,..'.,. I l.i < flj • ra " Unluh J a 1' i" H I'if" *" ... Ul.1. ..nd!, Littlcha -I .h..fc?ii bf rt.in".' Ml %  vour IB. Hope Was lop LONDON" AN AMERICAN film proved to be the be 1950 moneymaker for British movie house* A poll among 5.410 British exhibilurs li the Motion Picture Herald showed tint< best "box office" lllms as Hollows : 1. Annie Cet Your C!un (US) 2. Blue Lamp (British) 3. The Wooden Horse (British) 4. Odette (British) 5. The Happiest Days of Your l.ile (tin ish) 6. Treasure Island (British) 7. Father Of The Bride (US ) 8. Fancy Pants (U.S.) 9. Forsyte Saga (U.S.) 10. Al Jolson Slug! Again (U.S.) American Him stars also headed the list ol top international moneymakers which showed : 1. Bob Hope. 2. Abbot and Costello :t. Anna Neagle (British) 4 Jean Simmons (British) :>. Jack Warner (British) 6 John Mills (British) 7. James Stewart 8 Alan Ladd il I.arry Parks 10 Robert Newton (Britilh)—I.N.R NOW OJV DM SPLAY TRAVELLING REQUISITES THAT GO IIWit MX II IV WITH FASHMO.X Here is Luggage Kxquisitely Beautiful in %  • • qVAUTV—APPF.ARANCK—\ND DESIGN,— Expertly Fashioned by MASTER CRAFTSMEN See ih'n' you Select Your LUGGAGE, that gives you Ihe Chick "NEW LOOK" ol the Smart Traveller • DACOSTA&CO.,LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. out in AIM us SAY £00L,COISPANI>/* £ FIIIITS in Tins Education To Tin* editor, Tiie Advocate— SIR.—The recent educational set-up and the overcrowdhu) ol Secondary schools is causing alarm lo parents of all cJassea in older to vquip %  chiLi lo % %  %  • tieari.indi. parents are trying to .ten I iheir chiiUren to secondary hchools, even at ( sacrifice to them-selven to obtain the school certificate. In spile of this, ihe public schools are uli ovi ed and the vacant places yearly are filled by merit of ,i icsi ..m by age The private schools are alao o\'ererowdc<1 and put on Ihe mil a sad thinn to parenu -nd a keep back to the ehildn g*t to the head ol the administration to confer itl tor of Education following do not find „ solution %  m:— The put) cannot %  econunodate th< i of childn %  v., ; • plentj i : adueated roungati %  U .ii hinj up I %  %  %  %  .... %  i %  limit, and appn.i u> tut ... This wonifi help the %  i. ..nil relieve ihe congestion In the 1 lid tie ,, in ihe masses. tfopinp this will eaten of the powerthat be PKRPLKXED Hirticlv On Mtt Strut 11,,,-tdrocare— SIR,—Will you allow me, in Ihe Inn • I % %  [ the I %  and in*" MaraeH .... 34lh sweet which M A ( i.'' Edmund Owei %  | ''ii Bazaar at Macy'* DaperhncnUl Hi 1 ::. ... • %  ..ill deliffat Dd grownll U a Him nol to le %  .'. %  ' BARflAHA BHARP \ 0 January 8. 1951. %  Tjv.r. imtm I, ocate— silt On behalf ol I %  • xpress our appreciation to all those who contributed to the success of our re'. bj w |i ii UM %  %  .-. | • me $i.ti?5 00. naling Ihe handsome prizes our thanks are due tc Ufa l'^.tily LUi, Cave. Shepherd ft Co. l.td u.. I CO Hd C. F Harris.in & Co I • Knight's Ltd | i ,v>\. Ltd .PCS Irfafnt) A Co Ltd.; t. To ihe manufacturers "f Trumper Cigareties for : the coat < I ticket i i %  ii. %  I space to exhibit the id accommodation for sellketi, To the Barbados Advocate, and Radio Distribution for publicity and to the Canadian Bank o f Commerce for banking facilities Our thank* are also due lo ^Ir*. Skewea-Con for designing m\ making display cards; and dually to all those wiliintt helpers who •Old ihe tickets, and lo the public Kent-rally for IJUVIII* them so genDOROTHY M PHII.MI'S. I'residenl Royal A Merchant Navy Welfare L ea gu e January 0. 1851 Fowl Typhoid Editor, The Advocate Silt Cant something be dofM ml "f poultry In this island from ihe wholesale de%  arhlch iraging at present throughout tha Eoirll are dylnii by the hundreds, and once ihe birds are infected, it Is a waste of Ume treating them, for there Is abiochaiu-i of maki luiel> !. eovcry. I had twenty birds la .ind every morning I picked I two or three dead ooaa, tha only two renuuning now. ami i the time of writing this Utici has already begun to sicken All of tha people in my distrii I have lost birds, and many h\ %  been cleaned out entirely I have been informed tn.it tKepidemic Is beginning to attack swine also, and many owners of pigs are trying to get them off 6a before it is too late. I sincerely hope that It doe* not go any further than the two lo> | Kims. The smallpox ware waa bad, this island or anyik n to ii. Is something lo think about. WATCHDC GRAFBtt OOOSI UKKRIFS APTtlCOTS PR1 N:S (it xv \s FOR i iH KTAH.S -Nil I'LASTO ilUllan) \Miio\ies ro>i \ro i'\sri: TOMMf. M n in r ,. CO( (TAIL ONIONS .. 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£S M TRUMAN DENOUNCES SOVIET RUSSIA Six Parishes Elect Vestrymen 'PWO LADIES were successful in the Vestry Elections held yesterday. They are Mrs. V. i. Rock, who topped the polls in 8t. Andrew and Mrs. F. E. Daysh in St. Philip. Mr. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P. again topped the polls in St Michael. This was for the eleventh occasion in succession. He received 859 votes out of 1,169, 7 of which were spoilt. Mr. F. McD. Symmonds was second with 659 Further Study Needed for U-S Note To U.N. %  IUSS HIGHWAY i Ui SI Mi LONDON, Jan. 8. The Amrrii," note to Tvrr.it United Nations members on the policy towards China will need to be discussed with other interested parties such a* tbe Governments 01 Western Europe, a Foreign OfTIrp spokesman said today. lie added thai consultation* would probably Uike place in New York. The note was reported lo propose branding the Peking Government as aggressor In Korea, a general break In diplomatic relations with Peking and economic sanctions if it did not agree to a cease Are Observers here consider that the proposals might accentuate differences of view on policy towards China within the present Commonwealth conference Britain and India continued to favour diplomatic relations with Peking but several other Commonwealth rountries including Canada, Australia and South Africa oppose it.—Keuter. imfcer %  filled Itt w| !,. %  he! VestiA ,s Mi v. as plated at i MM V' ui11 vacated b) Mi r. E. i M C I %  who -*-* not M elect Vlt i C Bourne and \Ii--t V. E. Foster, two oth. who came forward for St. Andrew were timuufctiful Tales daughter* Of \li 1) A F tei M.C P.. and member of the St Andrew Vestry. At the end of the count. Mr F 1> Mottley thanked the electors for bavin* returned nun head of the polls for the eleventh OCCa Sioii In -.ucees'inn He told them that he had woiked hard for them in the past and would continue to do so in Ihe future. He said that he would try la raise the standard of the underprivileged and promised that he would do his best to see that they got a secondary school for girl.-, athat was his arntoition. Mr McD. Symmonds thanked the electors for having placed him In the second position and assured them thut he would tiv to do his best to serve the parish faithfully, Impartially and fearlessly and would support measures, for the general -• .%  | of The lilgliii %  Hid block tbe Howitzers Shell Rebels Yugoslavia Hounds Up Spy Groups UKLGRADE, Jan. 8. Yugoslavia's Government anpounced today that police with ihe help of tne local populution had rounded up "several groups of spies and of diversionists sent in by the Bulgarian Government" The groups were armed with maehinegun^ and pistols and had undergone special sabotage and espionage courses in Bulgaria, it Was said. The communique said that oi. December 5 Yugoslav police challenged three men at Prolta on Ihe Bulgarian border, who opened fire upon them. One was killed in the resulting tight and another wns killed next day after escaping. Almost 2.000 Cominform propa ganda pamphlets were found or. one of the dead men One man had no idem ideation papers. The communique said 11 Cominform sympathisers — nine Bulgarians and two Yugoslavs — had been rounded up recently —Reuter Eisenhower Calls On French Premier PARIS, Jan 8. Oeneral Eisenhower. Supreme Commander Atlantic Pact forces in Europe called on French Prime Minister Hene Pleven to-day. Eisenhower was accompanied by his Chief of Staff General Gruenther. an Interpreter and Fren General Durosoy who has been a pointed special lialaon officer to him during his visit to France. The street outside the French Premier's residence was jammed with traffic as Eisenhower drove into the courtyard. Press photographers were nil' ed in the hall. The General left for the Foreign Ministry. Defence Minister Jules Moc' announced on December 19 lha three French divisions based u Germany would nnw undat :1 orders of the Supreme Commander immediately. —stouter. provement of the community He thanked the Sheriff Mr R. M Cave and Ihe sub-Shenir Mr F J Cole for the orderly ay In which they had eonducted the proceedings. R. M Cave i nd Mr F J Cole also spoke Mid pe* hule to the electors for 'he wa) hich they hail done then business Other apenker* wen* Mr. V W Chase. Mr. B A Wet.tl.erhead. Mr. J. W Hewitt. Mr T Miller. Mr O. T Allder and Mr Vincent Griffith. St. Michael The return for St Mlchawl follows: Messrs. E. D Mottley. |fl C P 8SW. F McD. Symmonds. 659 F C Goddard. 656. V. W A Chase, 644 A. S Brydcn. MB, B. W. Woatherlicad, 628. J W Hewitt, tfoti. c c Brown >... %  Hon. V C Gale. M.L.C. 598. MeaarA. X. Toppin. 595, C. A. Brnthwuitc. 5l. I) C Lw cock. Jnr, 568. T. Bowrlng. 5H. H A Tudor. 52T; TV." Miller • On Page 3 T1ENYBN NORTn • %  INDO-CHIM %  %  lam rebel* I II > %  • lb heavily ret hold Other Kroi I %  tions along i %  I U i.> push %  I hum tho French held the lb* dong the lmnLrrow Jungle trail fa : French Rebuild Recaptured Fort SAIGON. Jan, 8. French forces nave started r< building the newly recaptured foi of Tanmai. 15 miles west of the port of Mom-ay on the Jungle trail from China into the northeast oi the Tonklng delta, a French communique announced here today. The fort, which wa* wrecked \.\ Vletminh insurgent attacks Uui November, was stdl half in mini when recaptured In a big threeday French push aimed at %  ng Ihe northeast coastal sector ol %  he delta The communique ailfj Frem h U B tun eontlnuiiig lo c!ea ihe area The French now hold the Una along the jungle trail through Tanmai and Chucphaisan, %  nOtbOl fort which was captured ct astal sector drive The trail which extends nearly 41' miles to the northeast of tho %  liategic coastal base at Tlanta* had been said by rebel" to hrit about 8.1)00 reinforcement* fro I China, French nflicials said. —ftnitrr. through the recaptured forti %  annul and Chucphaisan The trail which extends nearly 35 miles to the northeast and north ol tinstra t egic been used by rebels to bring nbout oti from China recording to French auth .-, drawol to the west and were Eatplogssd in mountains about 20 V %  nd lha Tn-nyen river. SIHHII units which eacapod the big French Uiruel were farthti tor*art i'i' h howl) no of these rebel haraated the French post henyer —Reuter. Reds Take Wonju: Move Into Pusan (Bv JUI.IAV If All SJ TOKYO, Jan. a CHINESE AND NORTH KOREAN nrmii the Mtft parallel to-night after 'venuin.iiu; tt centra of the embattled peering) i gnd n w SO milM below Seoul. Ovi'iv. u'lniiiu' nuwsce nuini-ts captured Wonju after HI ufltil United Nations ii-'i'.I % % %  %  %  in ilncr-nlr t'liited h tion tow %  arpli o.\ Till: • SPOT WI1.I.IK JKNKINSON ha* put the traditional I barber's pole lo inai haircuttlng eotablishmenl nt %  %  in ball % %  .i %  Janes hut thoii (iiiick haircut m r at i %  even entering ui shoo PM Wilh. haja installed signal lights outside his emporium Red means "shop itttt", ..n i. ami • ven long," and green 'come INS Catholics P.ir.nlr Oulsidi* rim ina NEW YOKK. Jan 8 Pickets paraded ouUstde J .ineina reie howlng Kobertc Miracle." rter < ar Una] BpeUmen of New Voik bad eelled on Ajnorl B"I 26.000.000 Catholics to boycott It Tliuy carried signs reading. Thla plebin Mi aairthern pert nl rw. ai rhe ton-da) -old Con i %  onslaught nx montha ego Bui Ihie Um lei %  leveaui i Inltad Nations leportl I i %  \ i %  %  along the if i oed from Hoei Wonju ant %  %  hi non aeoj %  %  %  %  kilted i i "< buildings Kriitct Plane Craahes Into Peirol Station BR1B1 i %  %  | 1 Free Nations Must Band I'AMovtinttiTogether To Save New Quarters Themselves \y\\ Q IK, Ian K %  % %  bul Ihe ganuatli %  %  „ %  • i.il. the F. %  %  .Mil continue i %  v N %  %  I %  i . Diplomat re ai KM) I I ol -.' %  •iv In P i which John i> li inn. ha i the ti p %  i t —Out Free* Irt'iicii Xroope For Biaonhower %  I 'AH IS. J todaj formeU D Blsi Bontl • i ipee ..i nil arvi undei i> lupremi Mlantfa Am i UM nun* end World Wei arrive need "*• ree lo defend th I i tni II %  warnlni %  initi i tempti d %  i |Y< ( .11. KDO itawUng argrthlng I I i .... v ivii t ( nite nt the I puwwti -bat will uivc atnes for the ., immunity %  <• to fend %  i .1%  • UM North treats counti li Deei .. %  u/aablngton lab Ihl tnoout Ha around Li.,' 111. i.isk of putting Into roil operation bla Mi Ulled %  iropi cu Fran LAKK SI'CI KSS. Jan 8 The Cnited Nations Political Committee today decided to adjourn Us debate on Korea until %  fce the last affoti io .n rive at son ugieed epproei I ....„ %  t of ihi ; iiuhi.m before baUog | *• on a trail TIC me,.-ores -itainat thejded u I him m Peoplei EtepsibUc Th proposal was movi Brllal % %  111 MM voting .IN 44 III favour u the Uone. — ReuU-i Kfiil.r three (Consider Reply To Soviets LONDON, Jan. 8 %  powei npl.v to lie %  etna a iditlon %  %  I reign llinaiIlfaahlngton, man said idered h; %  Ndoi In Wai %  I OIlVBI Fiank^. I>i I %  >',• United State Wpartn ant and Jean Ih. F Foreign %  i i clarlfl ?>. the Itioadening of thi %  Ihei thai \ tl l ..nil p> mill .in. %  %  Id !. %  >i pprove Keiiler U K MirilSTtR DlEi VAIK I %  Il %  ... 1 IS IM1 Itruler I:MI or inriM>s ENGLAND CAN WIN II WRIGHT CAN BOWL—Says OViViV/v WASHINGTON. Jan. 8. j'rtjiiSIDENT TRUMAN U lay mada the most extreme deiuinciation ol Russia', bid tor world domination yet heard from the American Govern nient leader.and tailed for.i ihive point programme to counter it. President Truman's Three Point Programme was: 1 Economic aid to the free world. 2 Military assistance to North Atlantic Nations. 3 Support for the United Nations and a peaceful settlement of international disputes. Willingnear* to negotiate honourable settlements with the Soviet Union, bat no appeasement. H mad* the raqaai In bla state of the Union nMesagi the PreaWent'i traditional Annual Report to Congress. Urginv, the programme as a means ol preventing Western Europe from falling io Russia and of meet ing the Soviet challenge elsewhere, Truman said: "The threat of world conqueati hy Soviet Russia endaUlgvjrfl our liberty and endangers the kind of world in which the free spirit of men can survive "All free n.itiuiis arc expofled tud all are in peril. Their only security lie, in landing together. No one nation can find protection in the selfish search for a safe haven from the storm. The li.c nations tin not have any aggressive pur pose. We want only peace in the world, peace for all countries. No (lire it to the security of any nation is OOQOeeVled in our plans or programme*. "Wi led hoped thai the S ,vie1 Union with r. ,, ,-nnty %  ggured bj Cbartei wuulcl % %  willing lo lm and lei Bul tii.it has not n th. i lac Tin"imperuthani %  I'll replaced b) %  verj more embtlloue ruten The preten) ruler* nt 'In .\ id linn h.tve -hnwn that %  ..:> wiMini: to use Ihu powei l^fteetro) fre* >' gnd win domlnaUon •>\^i the whole world "Soviet imperialistg have two waye el il then i live woi t Tharj use Ihe method ol iubve)i ion ami %  i<". olutlon tnd l I nwl ictorni ., "The up el.,. itrlfe They put mil pnl They dellberatel) Irj %  prevent ec %  "if th.-n vfforti .He luceag ful ihey roetei re v o lutk sTi u thi j lid in Ctechoalovakli end China and eg the} %  I; lo 'i Gn ace U their methodi -ii sui. %  blocked and if ihey think iherj cei %  warfare they reeorl to International as •Ion Thla is what they did when the} looai i puppet etatei agalnal Ihe republic ol Kon B' || || b) i %  ., i %  • i %  %  %  1 %  .,' K' ,i %  tlon In II.. i i %  i %  %  %  Appro] imlit.il> bulM n|i Ael .ml lo i %  i %  %  %  .i %  %  i 11 %  producii.i the defi I .uhoiir LgjWI I" kfvm conflict llmpt) . iiit. II i powei CMilbeni i i inNorth Atlanti. lei includtni Uie Unli< <<< vet dona eno igh i| M lha .car, hut hit lUonglj European countries against vharitinal Uv riuing to defend lhai Then ictfoi II vIM o... N i III U :. ., s. have vrviea All havi %  %  %  i %  TWO or THE CANDIDATES who ware unsnecatful (Mr Mftjmard left. Mr Allder si tht votas an abeat to bcennted after the 8t Michael Vtry election* yetterdsy. LONDON Ian I the ihir-. I All tralla arlUi 4 wlcfceti %  %  .... leaat rirawinc thi hl< h will enabli retain UH unluckv Kngland nave had ;iil \tw hm\ break* :• %  tame Ihey were with %  %  a monUi %  the hort Compl %  %  il d Warr Ix-tv.. i %  •bell overs—* feat %  %  %  %  the deft [eta down for 252. were Bnguutd'a I But again as so ot\> %  ad run up it i Mttina lai i an un< %  %  %  %  THIRD TEST On the (mulli daj ed Ihe ralrd irM \i4trh between Vi au tda and i ...mi ..i BydaHuj i" lum ii Maw \iivtiaiu were jii oui tm m m rtpl] la i let aanlaga loUJ •111 1 %  On Pace 3 %  %  %  i .t %  %  %  %  %  .the, nel Ai'i b %  lemvnta %  %  %  I II l.l'iri'U put %  Hie Meaeaitc mi • tl %  rrer Itlon ' %  %  our rial i %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Superior MIIHarj i 'on I %  ; %  %  %  n i %  . %  'ii. i i %  i i ..\\ i mi. ill i. %  in. I'M,i %  %  %  I It I %  %  %  Of | world II %  %  uj .il I ..I" ... it would I Oenerel Dwighi EMS mission t" Europi > AUantU Tm I 1 He said a of I bower b . %  %  %  %  %  j .:,-! | I %  I, %  i v I I I I gt <>i ra*r 3 n i IHI \HVOC VTI Till VI \\ s RING I1U DAI OR Ml.Ill



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'll IttM IIMAHV . IM1 BARBWHIS AIIWHATI. ",i,K THREE England Cttn Win If Wright Can Bowl • **< i Pagr I %  UBcull to i Mi Tallon'i pro-' %  an >n UM| %  %  .rin team are 6. :> 7 not out and 0. Miller 'cored W valuable runs Lut look 270 minute* to iet ih-m. That v enoUith f'>r the rMl Miller t.. pet %  itdt. !; %  ) %  -. %  n and tbMi %  A ... oatal job To Keep the Australian* to IM rum la a day must be heralded as a great bowling per I'.in .nice %  haa h id .i hand n a*a*3 dismissal so tar Ho boa i i courageously and added %  tin* country. Blown turned hla lee, kplnnan ..i so well 'hat n pycholo|Utment .rakes any e-.ntnluin.ii toward! healing torn thn the sight or Brown's Should ha\'v Wngh! iraciv for work IOJOOTTO* i' i,ii:iLI leg Bpl u worth hu wawTl In goi.i on ten. If Wright s lit to bowl in AiattraUa'a aecond innings I reckBnglnhman will win, Without him the Job Is too big • > worn out th -t:;,m Last night Miller explnined to Frank Rcstron, Daily t\pre> n porter the reason for his long i He -aid. 'the England attack was too ubtle" And now la details of the day's play England got .iff to a flying "tar. whfii with the total at 122 botn rot out OVCndgM barmen warw Post Offut Ckrlu \\ rk i h\ Sunday?* In Port-of Spain the emi>lu>w> of me I • */OTK| %  So if one poaMd Trinid.id to Harbudon OB I iiid another on Sunday, th.' per%  am MM Mk I thi-m on lOgj alonda> Th,Barbados I' : . and a letter posted on uid not be -cut fioiri Ofnce until Monday %  trvnatl from m Sunday would include i ra Smi.. %  • I.. %  %  ,. | uid be M-nt out lion i < %  on Mon,l;> ning am i o( those great kg side catches of his whon Archer Wed aa aj d HI the following Haeeetl trying to hook %  hit and gave Bedser a comfortable catch in the iiuare leg umpire. Tin* brought Miller and Karvej togctlur and immediately Brown hod Harvey in trouble with his leg spinners. The left-hander s/kjefa ic la taxable and alter staying 7:1 minute* for 39 runs i bowled hiiin Mraight one from Bedser. Luxtun and Miller then indulged ITI a period of slow Beortnf much to the displeasure of the, crowd Their partnership added 33 before l.oxton obeying ins-.rniti.-nv to 'have a go" was out in exactly the same manner as Harvey, trying to hook one of Brown's sptnera. VU1 i tha total ad^nweed by another 29 and was out shortly badjpra UM Me interval when Johnson came to Join Killer who by this time had completed a most un-Millei-iike 50 in :*. and three quarter hours. Afterwards Johnson and Millci Logan to attack the bowling and although Compton came on for six overt as a relief it war obvious that the English attack was spent a* a result of Its previous efforts Johnson, hitting freely all round the wicket outscored his Tonillustrious partner and with seven fours In his first 50 scored out of 72. caused the field to spread out. At the close he had scored 64 out of 110 for the partnership, and had looked %  far better player than Miller The Fnglish fielding throughout th day WW keen, and S-mp "ii walkvxt through HPiiee you would nope that u ouid baron* i U anna Ai*m it an* fruit -Kmand v.-\ i t |rt The oadeeS reattnanl H Qex %  Who keep.i .-in io .hoi m i alia) Me baa been living m for II years There ,a % %  afM P 'here *hich paai -in .i good bumi %  n are two barbei %  aiirj akn beaata of a Hn th shoj. | .. v. .th end keri iho that) luha fi Vestry Elections ilbU Truman ej From r*ge 1 saul: We will continue to work for peaceful scUleroenUs of international disputes. Tmman outlined the main objectives of the United Stales Rearmament Programme and also laid that the United BUrtai was |ng for full wartime mobilisutloti it that should be neccsthat the United States waa buTldlni raat her armed i. ip to active strength nearly 3,500,000 men and women. The United Stales was going to produce not only all weapons and cuuipmcir. loi >uih ..rnicd forces pona for Its Allloa and reserve supplies he said. He added: "On top of this, we will build the rapacity to turn out on lice arms and supplies that may be needed for a full scale war". ire preparing the capacity Io |.iodu.ee> 35.000 tanks per year. We ate nut now ordering, thai many planes or tanks, and we hope thnt wc never have to, but w3 mean to be able to turn them if we need th a> irom Page i 526. J K C. Grannum, 521 The unauccvssiul %  andidatea were: Messrs l> BlaCfceU, 1. O. T Allder. M C.P.. 2W: A A. Maynard. 20H St. Lucy In St. I.ucy Mr <; Q Han I Mr K L. H.mmster and Mr j v | u\n ihre. Vestrymen, wete not returned. who filled 'hen placai an \ir John Atleyne, Mr U. N. Sloeoinbe and Mr. D. E Webster The following comprise the St %  i .1 E. T. Brancker, M.C.P., J H Alleyne. I i. Ward, M C v. s. A QreevOf, C li Vearwuod, W 1I. C Sobers. U N. Sloeajnba, i> K Web^tos, K C O.N.il St. Joseph In It. J .-ph. Mr. K A Lee one of the new candidates, Wll .successful with K votes. H replaced Mr. J. H. Uran.h. whi got 4li vows. The other UOaucceealul candidate was Mr. Mac Donald Chandler, who got votes. Other BUI cegatui candidates were M' W H Coward 79. Mr J. A. Haynaa, 19, Mr. L E Smith. MCP, 76. Mr. A P Cox 7b. Mr. L L OllL 74, Mr W T Ooodlng 07. Mr II A Carter 66. Mr. O. R I 14. Mr. C A W,t!i..m 5! S|. Philip Mr H. L Smith topped the polls nt Uw St Philip Vestry Elections with 140 votes. Mr S. S. Ulades was the only suc..ssful new candidate. He got 11! votes and therefore filled the seat vacated by Mr. A. O. Farmer who is retired. The unsuccessful were '< other newmers, Mr. n HrathwHiteflS and Mr. E. Greenidge 70. Tin oii.i-i succeaaful i in Udab :,-. %  Mr 1 M C.P 13o. Mrs f I Dayah 137. Mr. E. L Moore 122. Mr. T. Lytc 110, Mr It. S. Weekcs y<. Mr. T. D. Mayers ttO. Mr. A. Skeete 85. Mr H U Skeete 85. St. James In St. James Mr. S A. Walcott with 249 votes while Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, M < i' cam.next with 2S2. Mr. J. M Crtck one of the HOT candidates was successful with 186 voles. He replaced Mr, w. w. Denn> who got 166 Mr. C. A. Coppin with 164 and Mr. C. B. %  Ith 159 were the other two l %  a candidates who were unsuccessful. • The other members of the Vcs, Mr. F. Holder 221. Mr A. L Jordan 22:. M<: v ,t ..n 20a, Mr. S. Massiah 208. Mr. A. O. Jordan 196. Mr. B-. S. Bancroft 184. Mr. D E. Webster 170. St. Andrew The returns tor St Andrew were: Mrs V E Rock. 162 Messrs. J. A. Haynes. 159. B. S Vaughn, 155. D. A Foster, M.C P., 155: C, L. Farmer, 139; CLASS Z ARE READY B> THOMAS ( UAlsilN LONDON. The Defen.se Ministry was reliably reported lodU to hgvO eoriipleted a new plag (> %  ea|H ing up" British urmed foi.es imeet praaant and future comitments. One major objective ol the plan to make mbatantlal armed forces available to General Dwight Eisenhower when h^ assumes active con unified European army The part of the British Aria.-, and K A.F that win be allotted Io K.scnhouei command will be •nt ti Qermanj, which are due for rapid reinforcement They will be included in $140 GIVEN AWAY ST. JOHN'S. AiitlBuu riuiiMiui publicity itunt <'vrr Men in ihu MIK M Diik Ml Its two weeki nin when the new Dry u Hardware and Llquoi Departmanl itoreof Anthony Michael S Sons .iix-ned iU duora on December II Hi. 1950. owned and Maimtfe.1 te Mi llurbour Log I* Ci.rli.le Bay V T II M \ Blur (k-li "!..,,. i I*H. irh I '.I .plum aui. acn L.1..1 It M V K. .liKtlvUI samilh. Sch Aa.ni nn iv >: %  roans. %  I %  ,1 Maurice J. Michael. youiiK.r/ brother of Mr Asol A. Mi,) .„-i ..,.,of the IcadiiiR merchants in this ciiy. the i . the corner of Market i Redcluta raa a blaze of col |na the Chrlatinafl Eh %  painted b} top note) advartlaad over twenU biands of local as well as imported liquors. Th, most conspicuo,. H 'ion of a bottle of Finn nifhl Elarbadoi Baflnad Run ma Barbadoa bj A 8 Brj wo Qona oictii nicy win IK~ uivitiuru <• %  . ,,, .". ', . ,ld M i> ,', Anthonj irm Qeneral %  • % %  ti > %  %  %  '-,• bottia o the Sup.• Commander. In addition there will be an un''l' 1 ^f d t rum al BUCh a "f : pe itietlnumher of divisions Mr M'''a.l apidly IICLII ini; hnilt up in (ireat Britain TIUM ll in x oadra of ovi i twi nt. dlvtstoni which eompi-ise terntorials and also other regular dlvWona arhleh can be manned by the conscripts and a selected trained reservist."class Z" reaerve The latter ore composed of young non-commiaaioried offleers who are required for the technical corps and who since thetr dernoUlisation have been eriRatfed in skilled trades. They ha% %  been warned of an imminent call to the colour* for active sen, i. c Th,dafanaa ministry stuff is reportedly I'eomineiidin*, that 100.000 class Z be called up. Tha ttiHips in training and Those %  li aa.ilj trained for home defense lone will not be Included m the HaenhoweT ,ommand 'hesc will include UV I of Guards and the Household Guards and the Household Cavalry. 1 H always under the command <>t the c.< i..-t,ii < nt;. .i London district, who Is tradition%  tticer who hns servcl .i MM Household Iry regiments j%5a?r a-sfwrSem K F *a|i i L !" w tovlelllliBU and mllllary and Mr 0. Chandler I Hi W. W. I*aSea let niawa mobilisation measure* to deal with it Reuter dvertiseineiil through, island by meanol atee which serenaded night .vith phuaHlk. and tbioiigh the local newspuper which -.HI ird full page advertisements ol Firsl Flight nd otiier Uquan Boon hundred llotkcd to the of the FLIGHT" as it is now kno %  II more exImporttd frona tawhere A Dumbarad ttettai bottle oi First Flight or II i i! Bundaj 31. UM lucky tickc* was drawn win, h lol.lel eji bedos or $87 40 In cash ur ;. iise Concluding > stunt the two storey building was the scene of .groat activity en Sunday as aao r aa of the island'* difnltariea wttraaaaad the drawlu 1 ol Uv Oral ticket by th "lilt v c ,llnl M l,r %  aTOob went to foot or Osborn Nathan I Viiij,:c The aecond prba Will Kepr<-M'iil Juiuaica At Moral Asrrembl) KINGSTON, Jan. 4 A team u( utoniineiit J left the l: ,!,.! |ff> w cK tO lepie tent thin t'oumy al the libra] Ho-Armai nt National Assembly which oiHi.ivi ..I the Shoraham Hotel. W., hinglon. DC. 11, r ber Sll ui d continues until Jan aaajj h With aj tmpl .is at the confeienc. I ing I,ml on industrial 1 i i. l..tiou>. Jamaica i ropraaentad to Mi Ken Hill M 11.11 Pn i ,,f the Tra 2nd Vi,.President ol the I'oopli National fart.v. and Mr L. G. Ifewlandi l i' %  G< narol ira n lari ( the li! i i ..,,,, one-Unaj M ,' %  i of Kingston. Other niemlieiof |ha team were the lion ('. f. I{ Sh.irn, our. M L c Hon. F. M Kerr-Jarrett. Cliatoa -r St. James and .i n.imU i of the Sugar Manufacturai A oci itloi Mi Q < I R. Sharp. Chairman .f the Jamaica Women's Federation, Dr. Donald FlU-RlUon, loUeltor. Mr. Louis Bylaa, Pai il Boa mi Ml Clcel] whitesmith, the latter three being ,f the local M R A group. Cvpl ^t Ju*tiii tn vi V ljid> Joi *a ',„, ns, irom Si l.i< I S Si* I |M n s | la r i vll la t.w> tun. naf pa*t H .i. . %  ... ..pi %  I %  iMU'AirrrRK* T.l,|. The third group of services lncludes the Royal Navy. RAF and ground troopr. allotted the task of me defense of the Commonwealth in the Far East. These will remain within the %  mmand of the Ministry of pefence—INS ter 113; S. W. Benjamin. 112. The unsuccessful candidates fled voters. 225 voted. TWO FLIGHTS TO ST. VINCENT From next weak there will Utwo direct airmail dlspa' Barbados to St. Vincent evert 1'ieviously two dispatches left eyery week, but only one was direct The new arrangementwere made because they will be increase*! flights to St. Vincent. wan Mr F. F. Mar, IM; Mm. E. E Bourne. M; Ifl V I Foster, fli; and Mr. J H. Bovel. 85. In St. Andrew out of 314 quail was drawn by the II Joseph of K, 24 bottles of First Flight Runt and 110.00 in cash The thJ ticket wai drawn b) i Barnar, Baiifl tat at i*w whkii nelied the holder $15.00 in casn. %  %  drawing emre Mr Gi •' %  latlve oi i .Mi Fan i Sauwma iionoiirabU' nd Mrs a T t IIOI.IK>\YI\U m '. aY. 9 MI. Deliveries the U.K. for can be arranged the popular VAUXHALL CARS 1 till details uill be Kindly "ii plication In IBOIEI in i IIO>I i:rn. MV I..*, si iwx. itai caat BuaM In Trimd^l DrfriHlri. S.OIO ln. i.t IBpI T ,l-,l I* Mi.nai.l I.SH km. 11*1. tap! Larva, lor itim.n QWana In Touch With Barbadoa CoaaUl StaCion 1 AIII.I*. ..,.,1 ftn.lr.. -Wr.i I.-II." I.t.i *dvi w ihal Oi.. iao i> >• i>< i. a. wll* UM rDlkfWine 'hiBi mruwin Ihrti HiU.a... Coaaj si..i,.„. I Drtondri • • S rii-. "it H-.>l u All.ihllMin •• Hi>l*. aJana Stova. *• IKrlMlo. M Aarow M BnMMajt ul BcallauMl. •• i— iJr Nicarasuai. SJl A. II T | ... (,. o.i.'. m q"" %  Collt.a. %  NK.W Am-rarrt-m .. Heaa. *a I>c1 Notra. . ae.wr. n-anta; WiUai-.ua. % %  t. . *••>,• .. Prantr... Uoroalnl U Arst,1ln.i M V I SIX I Akoi la*Ti Mann-, %  Atli'llii, •• S..ulhno Ol"' %  J*" 1 S-blr . AirI'-ftnar ! % %  AS IIIIU. %  • A*a V**i' nl % %  Marrator. < %  Caraa|iaa %  %  ...mi % %  Parasuav. > %  Dolor's Hat cniaki • %  — m i—iwi .... 14, .AUn.. PaUkd BamaM Bird, Mr. C, A. Kelsnk Crown Attorney, Mr and Mrs Maurice Xaram, Mr. Basil Dies. Magistrate. Mi I i; tUrney, Mr., Levi Joseph, Mr. A K Petari Mr and lira Younia, air, and Mrf Mrs. r Eid, Mi. and Mrs A MrJean .i and lira Asot M %  %  ind iamily. M Mi : ml ra of ihc ii land who . ACID INDIOISTT*;, f/.\ HlADACHi, top^^P s. Check both ol'ontat Here's whut to do I Mioi lall—i qukkbf aaael indigauien and htuUath*, hy uilbatailtvd aalinn. in i %  it worry. Aimit.au mtid v ins ingiadl* i I Gums Bleed! RUB AWAY THAT PAIN It h MouUi or wan t.l, r .lin> Ha "'• *• .,,-1 quT.ki* ue""* :vr. kVk ""' d ""J *; m v '^r, pl *k^'.' tic Oal %  "" /"'loday Tl>B Araoaan ur "" I'lll.r HOOK Whlrh rn.k.~ •• GODS WAY OF | SALVATION PLAIN Please write for one to 0 Hamuel RotM-rts, Gospel %  ? Ilaok and Tract Hervlce, \ $0, Central Avenue. BanI ror N Ireland.' THIS QUICK EASY WAY rO-DAV'S MWS HASH JIIIINNON S STATIONtK* t'l Mm* Hmpln Kll s/i I *"*-n thoro \\ IX)LC1N w bemtf uead M beaatf proscribed by d' I—HI pd normal I rested which net enrj ptoana al arthri %  t.-i in i i iih uni IN cm Ad h ofUhlai DOLCIN llen't delav rrotil bv the n|' ana. Oat DOLCIN today. A bottle of 100 naaclo* ia...: BOOKffrU Dm PRaWaaaett, EXPECTANT MOTHERS/ Mak baby strong -so he c^n bt MI Important future citizen I All) V I l^afay Ktooa baa* and E laby tuotiit tnaa and %  nu -i> l-.nU and M bi,,ld your own .i.m.u and in., s V> wk> %  laiudtioa ragBMUlf Sf how m^t, banaa Mr* then |ut a (orvlcll. fOWftrUl NOURItKMCNr s.on- E-OIIIKI <• ..i..M.t;. ,' r. .oaic, oh la aaiural *"l ,, 11 (Am in a. a amd. IV help li. L wtiecciu. It'll ^ s*xJ fb, ...da.. W Him THE ADVOCATE HAS TOE BEST BOOKS IN TOWN TO.lt. I VS SPEt I If. PAA offers Mcntliulatum' Halm reUevM Ai h*.*. ud Pains 10 quickl) that il seem. aliiuist like IMffJc. VOU can feel its cooling. southing iout.li rx'i'in ul once to cai-r ihc painlul throb. AndMcnthnbni m' u so BBS) IO UM V Oil i | Rl H II ON Kuh il where it* P*ln i> ;ind ihc 11 >ou btre i" do to bring from \ihei and I'ams I he Menlholatum' the sooner vaal gel a jar or Hn to-dav %  TIJ?bJ!taH.WII.'.l ASK FOR REAL MENTHO-LAY-TUM LOWEST fare to MONTarAL $ 2i' f A"Bwi Coll jur Pan American office and ak far this low-fare routing: Total fare 259.' BARBADOS San Juan via British West Indian Aiiways San Juan — New York .. Only By Th, Umthtltlum Co. LU 'fit. ItlDtlouth. tm\m* Pan American World Airways New Yerk MONTREAL via \ Colonial or Trans Canada Airlines Step erer i Mtw Verk 'or shoeing or siaatieeiaf PA/V AMtHiC/l/V XB"^ HfiKil* sl/ftHXyS ^^g rasiiNOiat • MAII • ctiaaiacaaoo Da Coita A Co.. ltd. Iroad St. Phone 3122 aii.r aailaaai >•*'. >o>i



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PAC.I: mr.iiT BARBADOS ADVOCATF TUESDAY. JAM'ARV 9. 1951 2nd IHvUion rirkrt: Empire Win Second Division Trophy Bj 10111)4 .1 sta pants %  tcton ovti avward on Sa tM last day ol their sec< nd division enck.-i nMtctl Bmptra have become cup winnei in this division for the BM After bowhng Leeward off 1..1 %  %  %  Tun \\.l. Athlete* In llrilisli Team In New Zealaml 41 runs in || • Kmpire replied iih I the rtrst ria.v of play. I^ewHni in their Hcond inni %• were divinmseri for 121 Frost t(.-.orir s with Sfl Web*Ier 19 L Francis the Emi b r spinner took four wlrkwi 59 runs Only needing 25 runlo ft-tfi Empire lost only one wicket i'tei they scored 29 and what were draw,, Frank Taylor l %  %  not out IB iind Barnai Harris tuok Ihr 0 mils A l>ad Plckwlek Hcurad Ant inni lead over Police %  < Kcniint %  •. in i reply io Police 10R made on I first day of play For Ptrkwick C. MurKen scored a patterrt 35 while U Fos: ihropvnl It, B. 1 tad wtlh < T!n llicst MK'ceSsftll I I . %  four of 1 43 rlUM over* of which to over* WIUTI Stumps were drawn Hoi' wan diMiussi-i t i no %  their speoud inninys. B Kil the foundation for a bin WO when he missed hi* CWttUTJ I eijiht runs C. Am.-, latted w. to score 39. For Pickwick T Petad banned four wi.k.t. for 49 n and II Simmon-* three for 69 PU At Y M P.C Berkles Komi. Carlton—Y.M.PC match • in u no decision an CarlUm had scorctl 142 rUM In inning* dlsmUawd YM I'c inW amount. O. Ed([l II scored 52 runs for Y.M.P.C.. Wll H A. Cox took Ihree srtcketl Carlton. Carlton In UH turn at the wicket bad runs for the loss ot lour ertcl when stumps were drawn. The results are as followY.M.P.C. and Carlton il Heckle* Koad Carttaa. 142 .ind 38 for loui wickets. Y.M.P.C. 142 Pickwick .Hid Police at Kensington Police — 108 and 220 Pickwick — 183. Lee word And Kiiipirr Ai Fosters, St. l.ucy Laawid 41 and 128 Empire 145 and 29 for * wicket. TMGAMBOLS \ PARTY ol Danish, Dutch. : just flowi. to Ne Zealand i>" ., |.i.<. c.i loni hron I I i hiin n l'.i d ihr athletes are In eonpao eitl repn %  %  %  Garni bains in connection with the of the %  nlerbury. %  %  wan band* Ke.iLiiid Minli i ond> %  %  %  | r %  %  I % % % %  .' %  W7lnl VrOXK 1 1HH \ , id. |OM U( Mullins, s. Whit.< Hunte ind %  >• rum 4tlk Hunte had wh* 101 i. Barker. The latt thraa ata fron enturj not out ai i i. Bafki lh II. i. Tha BX.L kM %  arlakal off the thi two B.C.I The first Trial Match begins on first 1>M i tha i>i da] tha wlekai to ooi Thursday IIL'i, at 1.30 p.m %  • I Ml Bmptro'i A, Rbi| poaWon tinues on Saturday 13th and i-iiMbowlod L Barfcoi But I Wnlti Bklppai Parmai brouaJ on nuirada) isth. The teams are and Hunt* thro camo togatnoi In n A King and B. K as follows:— ii ninth wkdnM stand arhlen vlaldBoaran. The Bt'l. mat „ , .,...,. .,u,.,^ • * Whlla to hta BBtJasalvo wai disaster when in tha lit i ball C,_U waicoti tcapt). t.. AIKMI;, d)||na lhc b|l|k of ,, th4> day, Baikal bsUadto He i. I'vei.iu.illv %  djudgad low ona iruni Kiny which turmd in UH .'H from the off and was bowlad. Changing The Cricket Rules (Bj PrrTKK l>ITTON) LONDON. Dec. 29 ruj talking point* I ^en as a rcult of the %  III Taat I -ejiea now being playad ii^"::! Bntk a 1 %  iut.il is wtwthar Elmland can! in back the Ashes Thev have I artalnlji hon that opposed to I a Bradman-levt Australian team, i i its rhf. threw nwa> 'pportunit.v of victors t Mel%  tunate enoifh lo net c.mithl on real '•'. all | thil iiu-i%  ol nan> Qarakj Wood M Uonablr %  %  jp oi HH mlnutai mam \ M umplrw from otnted t> '. Ooddard it ttv •.,.,! foi T* I eriei %  %  % %  Soul African urn%  led foi i pet I •iiTn'r .ioiiaiu i reel that b maWna t-> .' Barfcct woi then brought „, ucri of %  fw i an ima and A .,,. B u V e • would ronttder U "definite "i"i watching the ball n, i Interest!..:: A far more Interesting sugge* lion howevai. hgi i--1 iIII BARBADOS POLICE Codrlngton ui %  rn %  double changa tod 11 % % %  tourtli I in his n • hall It Farmer had G. Bradshaw, K. A. Uinnki Qraaudga, t. L (i. Hoad. N s Lucas, N E. Marshall, A. McCollin. C Mullins. O. Proverbs, C Smith K I WalCOtl (Capl I. D Atkinson. E Atkinson. 1. BarsM K Bowcn. E Brcwstcr, A I iVj t Hunta. RMarshall. E Mdlington. S White, C L. Wood The remaining invitees are %  iked w> rontinuc practr.' .i r. %  open erarj iltaritad i" Aithu formei VustrallBn loogli bowlei %  :"" ' Writing In the London fcnaftag ., boundary bat m ^unaard Id i .suggests th>.i bowled. cricket ii,stead of The fourth wicket fell whan dlaeuasing the -luestion of rovcr,- llrst toss fore Woo-1 uni COUghl by fioddard A last wicket stand batwo s White loJoad Hun Hunte and V Wall • rtened continued hu mnings to give the Ml \ m %  i KM] ..oner, but White Hunte took over from White to lM-gan somewhat aggressive^send some pOW> rfttl lo Ihg When he reaihed 28. White U boundarv. siaouia thani ctaftea kiven out lb*. Hunui and >. Ihe fleldmen %  Wntti i-k the score to 3M hcfga I-re the B.CL. Skipper declared Baorirul I %  l hall Bhl innings closed. B.CA*l total. Ovald Wood saved „, „ .,,,,_. „„,, %  .,„.,. %  \ %  liowling Wo(xl Iifte-I H i',' i i ixill to Id-off but did not Line hehind It, Wood had made a |00d ^2. Ho A. is given .. chance when in hu %  ... wathe-, 121 Watta claimed his third wlcke* : %  run later, when he ot K. A .'.i.inkei adiud g ad Lo>w. Brankai -i lo pull the brill hut The idea, of course, is th.il h i erli ol live Tests, the team winning th.> ton on the > • Ol .:...'.%  .... cholca "' bntting or tlelding In laird and llnal games, and the other team would have the choice for the serond and fourth. PITV BUT l*W AlfffcADV MADt UP MY M1N0 WHAT I'm G01N& TO 6rVfe" YOU rQl? CHglgTMA^ What's on Today It. J. >u .11.1 ItlbitK M*rlitlti. L Enn a | TNE TWO-HANDED GAME By M. Harrison-Grjy (Vim -fl. I>in* i-i I (flniu'(i.i In can k hr has Cqnoste The I* l.i ids and I Mil ed befurr in .lie o.li.i nrds and T"l I I %  loo* tl tolti.v/. that, trtn Ihi"lffh i.ivir pi|i|> n-i.l %  %  t. :e u Dai Pile HUM WIN br iliee* i ml iiri ne hn nns mrltleil ll hu <*n\* sinl aeeirni ilntecf n bhi *€tx+ Vutl linl I ;-.l.lllU. that Ulere an' I' %  '•! cams, and even in i 'iir i.nlurkv mwnen P sou sriti nrobabii draw %  % % %  .ifflviriu \li lh*m ie %  %  Drovblini pa i aq thmwiii* mm ih41 lof -U.I %  ,,... ,1,1.. HI l-itinli.ui* Museum—ltf .", Leiislatlvr t'ounril n.erU '-' p.m Members will forward A rrplj to the tiovemorMewaie roi.rernlui Bsrii.nlin contribution lo the %  -i.hh-.hnn HI of Farm l.ulllute In Trinidad for the Eastern Caribbean. Ilouv ol .\v.rnibl> meets 3 pm. Amoni ihr nihi-i ih 1111 ih I'll 1 ui discussion are a Supplementary Rc*ulu lion for M.I -".. and a motion Hi .1 the llouke • %  Into 1 "TII in, HI. on the Bill to provide for tlie reiula lion or Public t Ulltles. Krhmrsdl for <• (> (' 1'a.aile Barbadoa Reilmenl. Garrison Savannah—4 30 p.m t.mplrr Thealre. The Mini ver Btory" — I.4S A 8 in p m. Aquall. Club (hicm... "Mr BeUvdere Goes I lesr"—S A 8.30 p.t Globe Theatre Bagdad 4 45 A 8.30 p m. II./, Theatre iBrideelovni. "Founlalnhead"—5 A 8.30 r m. < ui he n.nde 72 He gave one ctUU %  ,, "| ."V'.' T*la*"T.' ItBrker W was in hkl 20V Wood showed re%  "'•' fX. ^IV.l. ^h„ U-3 spect for the B C L's slow '-" a 1 think thai Mailevs -u(jgcs Uon ound II would Ooddard then took off mean that no team could have 1 brought on hunaall tha worst of tha emuiitions foi left strike and hu ilrst ball was hit to ma Tonv Atkin* who took boundarj by Bowcn. I and afie 'ngU oifthe'ilrst'baii! and their pacer L Barker andI It If| Barker's second over Atk ^ tha seventh I was off the other bowlers that got a chance whtn he edged a Iw'l wickal Whan he trirke.. Williamhe gtinad moti ol hui runs through the Ilrst slip inni MeCarui *-ith a slow hall and bowled him The MCI. hut bowler 1. who was Bawmg at gnat poattton Tour ball! latei and when n: Borkar held a good length and ; hiUad to accept M ja %  oattfll rnnra r n H 1 i-eef, icrjrad. God the ball swinging In, sometimeWhen he reached live A.kin,%,itl got \*. HdjUdgSM chest hlRh During his "pell id urvhred an appeal off Barker u. |.rw II overs he took three wickeU the third over. But in the last jp pe.] ,, h e pnvlOUl hall foe8rura ball of the same over he pushed Score. FollOWt— !" slow 1 %  v Wall Ma bg '-^VSv'Shmd K >* w 1, i,.„n^ In in overs won u %  'I., raugfti n. BCL.-I 1 rOr ITniniln %  > "> !" > J !" TT i; cta ld Wood joined Smith who i< s.... Ihi H< A batsmen coi. ,'L, A w h 1 1 • hud *> i. t %  a The other two wickets wanl to me f* "\'.?• W 0 JL' 9 Jg*A runi r """" -< i" "ih. VntereH The .ore wen, up .0 3 0 With ; %  ; > w,s Farmer, who X^^U.?eU-d hU g g^&J \ w.iv K ijixmixa t.pd iwfepr 1 WOM O pot his first. It was %  very < rggt [ngwlngai md CamnUa Smith who had been batting ^o far with much confidence, touched It and MDt i' hehind to Senly who ag.-nn took thr catch The score boar Kinu %  i i> B I I *.. k*t. i f ol it, 2 lor it, I l"t tt. I ft* as. ft for M I f.ir IM. • for SM. i w i IM; ANALYSIS I than three gSVMg, Thus would hand, overall, to place more emprsssii on cricketing skiU un not nearly so much on the tc* I • i In, which after Ihe • ie.in of starting a gam* nm %  tormer gogbut I i spl %  With Whom I tll*eliased thi kit %  altogether In nureemen'. with Ml -tioiv 11. Admitted thai th* n ware evari sound argument* in favour of il but thrught it would tend to mechanise "the game to a far i extant than was eood. Willing Ha was willing to agr*e that no team deservel to have first hone Ql batting %  >! tlelding 041 Bttona, as when Hon. F S. Jackson won the ton : In IWOa against Austraha. But n he i>inte iii-s skipper had Ihe luck %  gainst India in 1948-4K. Thr WmtimM IO HAi Ba • Rues, b i; .m. Baa Bete .. II pm Moon dii.i Qaarltr) 1 Jaaujr* || Ugtrihsfl p.m. Bath Hater: .Vlti in 4 i p m VKSI>HI>\ Kainiaii (Cadriaglan): Ml lemperaturr I.MII ): K4.fl* t lemperjture (Mm I 7tl U" I Wind Direction: fhorburn, E McCuUoi h t V dudie. I i'i.-i. Kan j K H II Jm NavUle Booltti I. B Bounders Jnr. RO) Millet i McLeod, i p Blniw. Kaiuitc Barj Handrieka, n H Johnson fl Goodan, F. s Kent! i' e Excel I Iffla. R s.. rlell. I'.i'ii % % %  i' Scott. D : Backford, Jm A I. Valentin : row e, Hendrii nd Scotl he I [two froni .,,.,. >,. hind but this time In keeper dropped the catch The most runs were %  Wan bul the tlelders were settlm' ill Barker*! aightli ovi i Wi i single. In the last h.ill ..1 Barker RO| hi* third wicket when The i ill %  .-in ind %  want ui> m tin minutes '-. .i -.\ i Parmai oil Barker Skippn Ooddira took oil when ha had cepturad three wickets tor 24 rUM in overs. They'll Do It Every Time I/. %  /.^y. 1 OlONT I l POLO PONIES TUBS y %  FATHERS HAP" AFTER T*lCWj HS DICTATION I DOUBT IF /VELONHEAP EVEN QOT AS FAR AS THE SECONP GRAPE" V T"EIR VEP0V SOCIAL WiVCS OUSHTTOGET A LOAD OF M CONVERSATION" THEVP WIT.' i a -ff ;^ : i LISTENING TO THE TWO SELF-SATISFIED BIS SHOTS ave our WITH THE SELF-AWCeAMN ROUTINE — TMWH ID *SEC'NEW txx. Hia Excellency ihe Governor \sill presert (he Insignia o( the M.B.K. to Captiin C E. R.ison. A.R.C.M. at 4 45 p.m. on ihe 12lh January a: District "A". This will br followed by a MUSICAL RIDE BY The Mfiuitfil Troop of the ttnrhuihi* l*olire AND m:\ii\i. THE sssTffWMr %  *•** THI: PUBLIC ARK INVITF.D. Jamaica Straw Products A new shipment ol ihese smart looking iterm hat fust come in They include Handbags, Coaster Sets with Iray and glass holders Glass Mats CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. in, II, 12, 13. BROAD STREET I Ell II AMI PAINTS FOR ALL PURPOSES "MATINTO" F1.AT PAINT In Whit*. I r'.n mnt Cmn For Inlencr Decoration ot Walls and Woodwork. 8" ENAMEL FINISH PAINT Wktts aid Crrara %  SPECIAL" PAINTS Grey, Dark Grey, Tropical Whilp Bdos LiSht ac Dark Stone. For Exterior or Interior Wood & Sleelwork PERMANENT i.KH.\ PAINT For Exterior or Interior. BED ROOF FAINT For Oalv. Iron or Shlnslea. PAINT REHOVEE For the easy removal of old palm. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. CHECK YOUR j FACTORY SUPPLIES mill Phone early for Ihe tiillmi iiii/ Dl'NLOP TRANSMISSION nFl.TING 3\." X 4 Ply DUNLOP KI'HBF.H 1NSEHTION la" b 1-16* DICK'S PACKINGS rill Types MFI.T FASTENERS BELT DRFSSINC. 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II i SDAY, I INTMR1 'i. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATI I'M.I -I W S CLASSIFIED ADS. 4.OVI:II\>II:M \oiiris KLEPMONE iSO. mi n FH HKM •MM : %  M Btckte. i'H"" •'•>' '" 111 \NKS i i .. ,t n..ei ALUCS %  i.m*. j.rph N auttoiu .mm" Iri" %¡ WBNITH %  r*>rom M %  %  -.a* h.,bai FOK SALE AUTOMOTIVE iimn* tim. u.ual public • •ii Apply oi I 'IMM.ill I pub > WWW Neat IM HI II SALES AUCTION By instruction, received I will **ll on 11th al U nuoi. a' (AIMS Do***, larae round table and other table.. • <>.urn ILI.II bottom chair* • •II"". larder-, china. Ilm-irr I burner Oil .love, lantern, bed-lead' illirwi cheat ol .[rawerRurror*. wantl aland, boaln. M.rrU Ch-lc. Mealioahoeie Radio. Cabinet fir.rn.rtr>. !" ie. pe... Co Call end other ix ful tteina Term Caen Dial 1*41 H A. ,he, I W ill offer ...1 f by PublH' Compel! Odd ill Chevrolet can be i.our* of B to 6 p-m %  lh BMJ M •HI—ill. i 1UI oquare feet n New Road with and -h Indie' hoi F .,!.. lit), of land al Kriu.nlK d. ruble tooled In.ai.l with .hed .landinc tl %  I. IB IS I died l %  Kitchen. CIOMI. bathroom, patina-., pallaade. lo the Iron I There la a new ahop attache II ina of .ale applv r„ R Archi MeKen.le Dial *t,l 7 I 11 i LOBBY l*>7 Federal tawrv with good lyiM Can bo aeon at rort Roval ELECTRICAL EI-FtVTVUH.t-X OIL i !. IB ITOB Ward. River Plantation IV ii •trurt.on. received I will -,|| i CraiaT. Goal*. Roebuck Rt oppoal Moravian Ch-irrh On Thur*da' Jam an nth pi i pm HI ina II i Ten apian* rar m perfect rcindlt'e. Terma Ca h nMCaWT •mimTH. Auction** IIM RIAL ESTATE PI KMI1KI. Painted Painted in. dm V..-.. RALPH BEARD offer. 1-an Pr. AM IWldO each 3lior.| Chair. rath MaM Table* Sat 00 earn 1 II • Springi complete with bed-end* as>at Unpointed Klt.i.en Table. MOO each Unpointed Huah i^alia H Sir each Wa n%  tanda from MM upward* Alao a Urn var.et.. BfUMl ItaaMattM I'm miure viewing without obligation at Ralph Beard %  Furnlahlng Sliow Room. Ha.dtaoud Alley DM MM •!-*IJVESTOCK BROOD MARE Thoi. Wedding Olft. By Tol*u aaaal Kan* ID It Apply u* F. E i . i.p. st Michael I C, Bethel. M 41M 1 I 51 SJi T.> well bred Bull*. On* i. i Ciuenv—> .ear old .Lit ol .,.: I | C Bethel. M i Bfl rii'i'i'.'Puppic* Red In pedllie" JMre Bred It MECHANICAL MISCELLANEOUS 11H.IAPSIBIE SAn.INC BOAT track PULMO BAIIJ.Y I 1 II—a Pure Bred Barred ^_ from Cup •iimini lion bird.. 13 00 per doaen Ini replaced. John Allevne. Ebworth. ler Phone ftl-M. T 1 SI —3i. "TuW •I'R CREA*' FREEZERS. pl. |l li.irninB Incubator. In flnrt claai con"-on for aelllnl owner ha. two John Alleyne Ebworth. 81 .SSSi !" ? 1 " l "n h-".e c-lkd • %  WBBUUEV-Undine on appro,!inalrty I rood M parche. of Und at -.e|| coaol Rood. Chrl..i Chu.eh The houae conuina open Verandah "i Dinlria room. BreaKfait rMfP, Kitchen Th.ee bed room a with "U and riiiinini watet. Uownauira One larfe bedroom and bathroom upaUU* I'.u.l ,-onvenieneet ""•"""it Electricity Ihrouchnut Three 'M-fonU' room and corrvemei^e. M v->d Gaiale loi t-„ car. The above property will be vt n|> for aale tey Public coanpeutlon at out Oflke Jimn Street on Friday ]U January IMI al 1 pn, I'.lievllon bv uppotntmrnt Dial YEAIIWOOD ROYCI. ID I || im al Oordon, St Jamei Modem Bunfalow. 3 bedroom., two hath. Overloohlnf Bed, own Private Good Yocht Arwhoraj* m i -If i by i ptl Jeiairn-d will ,et up for aale Compelltion at their office ^trewt. RrldfVtown. op FT1H'h InaUnt at 1 pm. tVANTON *m land thereto b-lonpnK con• ill .quaie feet, altual* a | l"P i >**. Chrart Churth T> tv<; irighoua* compriiw three -lh lane built-in cupboard*. apjciou. lounle. dtnlne room, and model n UlCbOB. Melhei ,th twn tiled pUati awd btAho Serv.nt room. and TIM fartHieriv imnmjindi a nia|. i He.-1 IHrtJ < %  FOR HALF OR HINT •tntlDENCE A two Storey •lulldlruj In Hind.hury Road, nta Stnr.e Vory Roomy on ite ow Bee Me D Willum*. Ba.ter liridfietown I. i Und Road 91-di A limited number i I.A:*>S SHIPPING I.IMITEI* at fl per SI .inn .hirre. IT, 1IAI1TRADING CO II uith MtntaMj IM HI H "\0TICKS I I Mil I IIIKARY Appi. MMl tram men. bitfMM ;ii<*gp ol 21 d ruiWai in UM work o( a Librarian Applicanls •hould hold thr minimuni quaiuUalion of a irroamsvd School Ccrti Ihtr l.inguaso !rcft'ri %  bv given to University CraduaMf. 2. The clevtr>d upplicmt will probably be required to taku I .1tttrTespondence I S^gtom] Lihr.ny (British Cou:i cil) from January to Juno l*SI kldttH to the Entrance Examination i nrary Axsoclat BMQ lx-retjuired to attend Knml*nn for a peiioit f i.irlan. S It iinlcnde.i that tti,' MlwMd .unuidJtc should %  :. UM st^iT tif HM Uibr.iry in ihe tirsi Instance and be ..; ,Uva Ua)Will when the OHlc* becomes vacant In April. 195J. he tOBBDaaHll satitfat tai ,lv the course In Library tratnlnc 4. Applications "houlri be Mil mi tied to the Colonial Secretary P l l.ii.r than the 13th of January Further information will be sup plied on application to BM BMMMBTM HOUSECRAFT (ENTKE. BAY STREIX The following programme "f DUf and Evening CUaRH will opei ..l the HoUM-craft Cenlrv. Bay BtlWt, fnun MIUKLIV. 15th January t< v 22nd March, 151. Monday 10.00 p.m.—12.00 noon Cake and pastry making. Simple Dress Cutting and Sewing. Simple DNffJIiakaaa! Tasty dishes and table laying. Ktn;-makin.. Germany* Japun Challenge Aussi>MELBOURNE. Jan. 8 Germany ami Japan who were reaclmme.1 t.> I-awn Tetmis Ktxieration last year have challenged Ai-ilralia in the 1951 Davis Cup compel.: Thirteen nations have to far challenged Thev mcluiii' South Africa. India. Yugoslavia. Austria, the Hathartandtv Italj l*oland. and Switzerland —ReuU-r 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 pin. 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 pin. luenday 10.00 m 12 oil i 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 pit 4.30 pm6 30 pn Wednesday 10.00 am— 100 noo 2.00 p.m— 4 00 p.m 4.30 p.m.— 6 30 pin Cocktail Snacks. Elementary Dnagrjatattaag. Assorted dbhM Okl and I'aslry Making. Advance.) p.iUcrti Drafting. Oil Flrat I .".kery Course. Home Nursing Preserves and sweet making. A.r. i . .1 I >: %  -n.iki-.;' Caribbean Cookery Advanced Dressmaking IS me Can fa PX>KT-OF-SPAIN. Jan New ration cards will be Is* ed In April this year Governmen intends to uae them for rice rationing only, but if the Korean war develops into another world war the cards will be used for --%  'l 1 '-' %  %  • %  %  ii.',til;i-' LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The appllolion ol Ja. A Tudor, trad i'i| aa Jaa A Tudor a Co lid ol WOMbMr) Road. Bt Michael, lor pevml uon to -ell Spirit. Mall Ui"" %  double roof board and ahin %  < immin. New Road. Bnitona Hill "*l alMhpPl [i.lc-l thla ath da. of Januan IMI To R A. MelXOD. Eq l'..ll*e Mafi.trate. I>r-t A Rilned JA> A T11M)H a. CO per VOtMI.lt Tl1t>ill. Applleanl N B ITila applkalton will be eon .id. red al a LKeii.uuj Court to lie he hi al 1 oBrc Court. Dietrirt "A" on Monday lh. ISth day ol Januarv IMI. at II oclcclt. am TR£E DANGEROUS TO NAVIGATION A CAB) %  m LaUtuoV I dangerouH to navigation -JM What I Waaird!" i LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICF Thursday 10 00 oi 2.00 II i.—12.00 noon Advanced Cook' I.— 4.00 p. 4 30 pm 1.30 pn Friday 10 00 a.m.—12.00 not 2 00 p.m.4 00 pn 4.30 p.m 0.30 pr y and table Cakf and Paati i MaUni Advanced Hamln I l lake Icing. Simple HandicrafU. Simple Handii-rnfts. Butlcrlng. mi Daaarta. Simple Dressmaking. Registration tor all daltCI Biual he mada In i>cwn. and will take place at the Housecraft Centre, between 10.00 a.m. and 12 noon, and between 2 00 pm and 9 00 pm from Wednesday 10th January lo Friday 12th January. I9S1 im %  IUMVC. Fees must be paid i" advance for the term, at the time of registering. 5/for each curse in Sewing. Pattern Drafting. Home Nursing. Rug Making and Handicrafts. 10/-for each course in Girls' First Cookery Course. 12 6d for each course in Cake and Pastry, Cake Icing, Assorted and Tasty Dishes. Caribliean Cookary, Salads and Deserts, Buttering, Advanced Cookery, Pra ta r v aa and Sweets making, and Cocktail Snacks, 21will be refunded at the and Of the term to all students who attend "STo of their classes. Department of Education, 30th December, 1950 1.1.61.—4n. The appllraUoet of Evan* C-tiln*t A Son of Buah Hall. St Michael for i>ei n.laalon to aell Bplril.. M.rlt Uquoro. A..1 a wall bulMInc attached M reaktenc %  I Parki Road. Ru.,< llall. Si Mlehael Dated I hi. 8th da. ol JMMM* 1*11 To E A MrUDOD. ka-l I"..iice M.BI.Ir.te Dt-t "A" S4red FVANS CARR[N(iTi)N. for Applicant a N n Thl. application wilt bo at* edaml al a IJccnnrtg Court to be he! %  art DMrtat "A" on Thur^ ilv tho llth day of Janu-r*. IMI. %  P nelofk. am R A. v. tj'in Police MaiMtrate. Dint "A". VIM Ir. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE POST NOTICE With effect from Saturday, tails January, air mails for Dominica Did St Vincent will be 'ral Post Office as follows: — Dominica S' Vincent do. Schedules should he General Post OfTice. 8th Jumiiirv. 1951 0.00 a.m. Saturday 11 4f. | m Monday 9.00 o m. Thursday iccordirifly. !• %  ...<-:-: 11.51I^DIFS: fcnbroldertl An B UI*l In beautiful deatsn. and coloura JuR "Pn•d aaln for you YMI tl'a at THANlS Pt. Wm Henry ! Dial S4SS and Swan a, l It SO id. MACARONI in the .hope ol pretty -..h.1l. Atlracllvely packed In l-lb Pht. ReUlled at 13c Plit Obtalnab e franv— J. N li'Kldarrt A Son.. E Cole . Co W. M Ford. Oeneial Trader. Lid E. A Daniel. If your dealer don't nock PERMANENT needle, for tour record Bawar, ar.d reed!*, of all klndi Price IIM. Record, of all kind. too. ... BARKEA A CO.. LTD. n.UJr-tl.n. ROACH HIVBRFte.h atoek now •trived Oel youra now Kniirhl. Ltd . I' Ilrancho Till—In SCALta Platform Scale* iMO Th rill MINERAL AOWCY CO. Hd. ltd Phone Mil Aaj. .m ai built, capacity PlanUlton Ri MM In RAFE—On* tail* perfect condition 3 feet wide by 1 R S. Nicholla A C( Fire-Proof Sfe Dlmanalorv* Inalde feet hilh Appi" Telephone No W riso-u.n. WAXIT:D NOTICE • ' I I Of T. ANDBVW Applltation. will ha received by ndenianed up to Thuraday. Jan llth for one /ocont Ve.it v 'g.holi JSt Sch.-,' Appll.anU mil be children of Partih •MT. in Straitened circumaUnera and rtween Ihe mur of II and II yej. Applarallona mult be accompanied CertlRcate* and applicant. imi.| •e-ent them.el.e. In Ihe heodmaaler : the MI. %  .!,.. School to r-> emrnincd I.I Frldav Januaryllth at S 30 a m RIaTned C. A. SKINNF.R. Vettn Clerk. Bt Andlev, TIIF HOTTF.S I'KKPARATOKV SCHOOL %  Ml Black Rack Ipftl Ke.t Term bogini January IS lamltrel rcommortallor. for Syeor-old childre. id over French and maUiematie. op. tlnnBl ADpIV Mr. Ruby Hoyt*. "Owtfl. -"'-•. Black Rock. St. Michael I M NOTICE ""••H Ol SALNT JOMPH At a l-oll taken at the Vr.tr, BkM Mil*y Janiuuv Rlh IMI the MtWlad ten penoni were duly decUred elected to n aa memheri of tinV. ir-i n.i IMM in \oim IS RENEWAL OF TETKOLEUM LU ENCES Persons licensed to M-II. aton and keep Volatile Petroleum %  by reminded that under paragraphs 5 and 7 of the Regulations made under the Petroleum Act, 1882-2. Ilcentes arc renewable by the 15th January. 1051. (Sgd ) It T. MICHEI.IN. Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters, Bridgetown, Barbados. Dated 3rd January. 1951. 4.1.51.— In. IMPORTANT RENEWAL OF FIREARM LICENCES of Firearm* are The applh-Mion ol Mortimer Recce .rdrlna-lon Htl). M Michael fur po riaaiori to aell Spirit. Mall UQUOTV art il a board and ahinsie ahon ith -hedre,11 cried al Codrlrito.i Hill. RI Mlrha. t,.ird thi. ath day ..f January li Pb y A M.1J>H) BaQ i..: %  affMaMlall I" i A %  RUned C WH1T1for Applicant N B Thla npplKatlon will be n" i.lered at a IJcenatnf Court to he hel %  pMrM Co-irt. Dtelrlct "A" on Tue t, the Iflth day of J/aaUUq 1*^1 i oelock. i. m r. A McIKHIl. Police Masletrale. Ih.l A LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application ol Ira D JaaRSM "' wkwith Rtreet. SI. Mirh-.-l IM RM .. i.. II %  m M .%  %  l.oit.roi ROOT of a I .tore, wall build ,*(. in Beckwlth Sir..' CM M % %  IM % %  % % %  "* la.. % %  -' I II A TALMA. r-O. Poliee M.ialatr.ite. I" I 'A Blfftied IHA 11 JACKWIN. Applicant -. II Thla applMallon will be MV deed l a IJ.en.lna C..H M M ""•> Ih.triel 'A" on Monday. clock darv AUCTION SALE i-MOiunm %  I 11.30 ..m. BLACKMAICS %  i i". H oah im itoured -.ii. i %  1 l-jrce Ih.rlug T.ilile. Ilinife Chain, oecaalmial I %  I %  alnnei WM* Prwaa. Tub Ch.u. t Hock. Ileear.. lAII MahoflanM. ('line Ari.u1i.lr-. and Rocker. Kaatrj BaMkaM Reiiee. F— Chain H-nih.-. Side Table. Up hul.lerrd I'.Kich -nd Chair*. F,.,i. FMMf Be.1 lre. Painted .nda Sprma foi i.llan Brat. Tray. ... a %  i'ii'i i -i" ind hprma M of He*., i and Jau' Tl(er Skin Ru|. Mat.. Ru>. 1 Recllnln( Wheeled Oar %  Mt < IM new. Plated 7 pair. alaa*. Candle Rh.de. .pair hai.il Kii> h.niti'it gam I Rhode.. Table lamix SUndard I jnip in Bamboo. I'll %  I in|a. and Fjutravi.i*, IHnrier Service ''''' Michael. ..n Monday, the 8th day of January. 1951, at the li.roclii.al llulldtngs, Cumberland Stntt. the following is Ihe result:Ol UM f Saint beraby raaiiliKMd that under Section 5 Ait. UM 4. Ucaoaaa BM renewable by the 15lli von. CANE IrHOHaV. Ohta •"-"*• wiih i red .rppiv Appry In paraon. r 1. Ward. OltH, I st i-hiiie • 1*1CANF. WEIOIIER Pa., e.pcrionc e.aenUll MM poMlblhty of peimaneni employmenl lo aultable applicant Apply In wilting to Lower I • Michael I' AMentlm, Mr M A llil So Dow din* tatlon. Bl i .-commandallona. n .1 pis EV GOU" %  *., kaanaMH randah el.*l" IM K M %  % %  • R Coward A II....... P Co* E Smith L GUI I P Oe-dlnl ACarter '. R. Huteon A Law A. William. H Branch r Dnnold r hand lei S A lirilAM J r Sherii Ow of the File., January, 1951. All expiring Uotoaai mual iproduced at the lime of renewal for cancellation by the Potto (Sgd) R T MICHKUN. Commissioner of Police. Police Heaciqiurlt'i s, Bridgetown. Barbados. Dated 3rd January, 1851 4.1.SI —In % % %  nsovAi Applv I l-rer.eeRSCfeMl The pURU m I ,:. u.ntumi . >.rli te^ooaibie for her an oa elee contractlnd an> debt debte In m, rum* i.nleaa by a written • 4't .i|.bed by me Rianed FR:i C-.DRINOTON. Thrco Hoi.te. Hill 6 I SI an The public are heretowai %  wm < -e.li| I.. ,-,. wife DORIS DOWN* '• !' %  R1 aa I do not I '.rr her or ara.or Ir.j-tln* any debt or debta In my n, utile*. by a written order aafned bv S.mied Al'DlKY DOWNER. BathUielw. SI MB EHNEST DEIfiHTf)N MOTTLEY .. FREDERICK D Mel) SYMMONDS ., FRED CARLTON (.OHDAKD ,. VICTOR WA1.I.AC E CHASE „ ARTHUR SPENCER HHYDEN .. BRUCE ARRUNDAI.F WEATHF.RHEAD „ JOHN WINSTON HEWITT .. CHARLES CARI.TON BROWNE VALENCE CHENEHY t;AI.E ,. AUBREY RUSSELL TOP1MN .. CHRISTOPHER A HRAITIIWA1TF. ., DUDLEY GORDON LEA( OCK Unr.) „ TREVOR BO WRING .. HAROLD ATHELSTON TUIX)R .. THOMAS WASHINGTON MILLER .. JOHN KENNETH C GHANMM and were dulv declared rlectert Mr. Daniel Francis Blackett ,. Owen Taylor Adder .. Albert August im Maynard vi ITW 859 059 650 644 626 %  ,: 000 590 590 5M Ml 58 560 517 526 521 Siiwsry Tviis Abtmt Tolvntnw PORT .)). Bp \ N cumd an %  they m. i on Friday. This followed the that a Bjwtnbor • %  the H %  oi .i l.i.itig at the hand %  ii The Kon %  .... i. .(', % %  %  .i-nii two or Ihrac Bui the Bpaaliw fj oloaa the umN ol Ina ; .. %  i • i %  coaoplalni bad baai -.-. %  Oppoaitlon ii. Men Ultra t; [Or Soul i ad hopad Spi k, iWOUld in.ike II ir that tba pnatnbai Ii re not rm % %  Opi H1.KSW£Df WINS TENNIS TITLE %  %  Renter. MAIL NOTCE .ii. t,.. MM Ui %  i Office i>. •reel A Heai.te.ed Malh al I it %  m %  MfT. IMI PILES can be Cured There arc thousaodt of meo ji; I i •M suffer awful agoar oj and BlgM aacauue of pile troiitile, who do not know UM* erery chemist Matka a IB %  I al reinedr Baat doM most surel*. and qi ickJf taaaisa UM Miaery oi Una w Make a confidant of four chauuat. Adt MM about Man Zan PilRemedy Ho will tell yon (his Is no ordinary ointment, hat a toothing, healing, sticx.fc. halm that at once stops the uitenae in* abon and clears away mteinal, eateinaL sore or bleeding piles. The unique tube in which Man Zaa ,SoM make* thia piepaiation au ra%y and %  data to nae. The big aure r.ipply. with I special applicator, is iiwialiy sofaV I M I dear away the moat difrk.dt caae. j Remember the RmaM oi Bail apecial I temedy for pile trouble ManZan PILE REMEDY SHIPPING NOTICES M-l'IHl ftdOSff February 7th WI|IIM| al Trl. dad nrat half Mai.h. IMI lUrba.lo Mid March, INI. Thla ve l ha. ample apace toe H.< l naSMI and 1 lenrral Caffn. CarfO accepMd M Ihnmgh Bllla of I..,Una -III. BrwaBWaJBMari at T. i kud i m Britidl Ouiana. Dorbadoa, Windi ir.l and lawward '•land niimtcas. H i %  %  11 U I I>A ooan \ %  Mall'. : I 1 %  IIAVI SCIIOONtK tlNi U \""(i \iiuv inc Trlrphtxie: 4047 Aa-enta ^? PASSAGES TO EUROPE c .ut.,,1 rVnolla PToducta, Limltad, K<"< W, rMaaiaii •. for sall| iiropa. The uaual i 11 a DubU ,tu. Sfna.lt; f.ii>HT0; rtloau lot fAUdran. SACUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SF.KVH I B From Montreal, St. John. N.H., tuUlfa-t, N B To Barbados, Trinidad, Demciara, B.O. MntAt. N j K w Fl %  %  ^ Mcocu S***nuhip Co. 9m NEW VOKK SlUVHi: MUa talla l|lii January MfHrW Harl.ad.ilin'. January .... Utt lebiuary NEW OmiaEANB SERVHE | i.a...ut. u..,>... nan.' CANADIAN SEKVICE Aerleeo Barlsags WATCH nrpAiHH lal App.. M Ali'ONM B HI I BatA A CO Mc n.eaeir jnd Brood "neet PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1950-51 All persons wishing to manuf... lure FANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of axpogl undCI ihe Ilnrbedos Fancy Molasses Production ami Export A^t. 1M7-15 arc Baked to apply lo >ne Department of Agrlcu!%  ,.II,f. .ui Application Form which must be completed and returned D0l Latai than the Mtn January. IflSI, after which date apptUaUon. \ tnanufaetUI I MotaawJM for purpose* of export cannot be pon at da r ad .1 P 1'ETERKIN. Secretary. Fancy Molasses Control and Marketing Board. e.l.Sl—8n' MISCKIJ.AVEOVn %  are U trahS warned asaln.t %  irlng %  -red.il to my wlfo IRA Mll.l-MI %  HM Philllpa. kjlk nM hold n. -Hi leaponalbte for her ic anyone -iw ...,t. .imi aau debl r debt, in Ml >rdei r"OR EATING I'tf. Apple Tedel mat, Broad St. Blgned EDGAR M:u AM 1 00U> < %  ttw* dewnpnon ii.nl A1JHNSO B UK LIMA A CO. Mc Orefor and Hro.id S 1 SI %  > The public are herrti. warned agaRu (ivmr credit lo BW wife CElafaTTLNk • HAMiLM . of OLBAMIBM a-l VQUOm


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ESTABLISHED 1895



Six Parishes Elect |
Vestrymen |

‘WO LADIES were successful in the Vestry)
Elections held yesterday. They are Mrs. V. FE.
Rock, who topped the polls in St. Andrew and Mrs.
F. E. Daysh in St. Philip. Mr. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.
again topped the polls in St. Michael. This was
for the eleventh occasion in succession. He received
859 votes out of 1,169, 7 of which were spoilt. Mr.

F. McD. Symmonds was

Further Study
Needed for U.S
Note To U.N.

LONDON, Jan, 8.

The American note to several
United Nations members on the
policy towards China will need to
be discussed with other interested
parties such as the Governments
of Western Europe, a Foreign
Office spokesman said today.

He added that consultations
would probably take place in New
York. ‘

The note was reported to pro-
pose branding the Peking Govern-
ment as aggressor in Korea, a
general break in diplomatic rela-
tions with Peking and economic
sanctions if it did not agree to a
cease fire.

Observers here consider that
the proposals might accentuate
differences of view on _ policy
towards China within the present
Commonwealth conference.

Britain and India continued to
favour diplomatic relations with
Peking but several other Common-
wealth countries including Can-
ada, Australia and South Africa
oppose it.—Reuter.

Yugoslavia “Rounds
Up Spy Groups

BELGRADE, Jan, 8.

Yugoslavia’s Government an-
pounced today that police with
the help of the local population
had rounded up “several groups
of spies and of diversionists sent
in by the Bulgarian Government”.

The groups were armed with
machineguns and pistols and had
undergone special sabotage and
espionage courses in Bulgaria, it
Was said.

The communique said that on
December 5 Yugoslav police chal-
lenged. three men at Prolta on the
Bulgarian border, who opened fire
upon them.

One was killed in the resulting
fight and another was killed next
day after escaping.

Almost 2,000 Cominform propa
ganda pamphlets were found on
one of the dead men. One man
had no identificatior® papers.

The communique said 11 Com-
inform sympathisers — nine Bul-
garians and two Yugoslavs — had
been rounded up recently.—Reuter





Eisenhower Calls
On French Premier

PARIS, Jan. 8.

General Eisenhower, Supreme
Commander Atlantic Pact forces
in Europe called on French Prime
Minister Rene Pleven to-day,

Eisenhower was accompanied by
his Chief of Staff General Gruen-
ther, an interpreter and French
General Durosoy who has been ap-
pointed special liaison offiter to
him during his visit to France.

The street outside the French
Premier’s residence was jammed
with traffic as Eisenhower drove
into the courtyard,

Press photographers were allow-
ed in the hall.

The General left for the Foreign
Ministry.

Defence Minister Jules Moch
announced on December 19 that
three French divisions based in
Germany would come under the
orders of the Supreme Conimand-
er immediately. —Reuter.





END



TWO OF THE CANDIDATES who were unsuccessful (Mr. Maynard left, Mr
as the votes are abont to be counted after the St. Michael Vestry election

second with 659.

A newcomer to the St. Michae?
Vestry is Mr. J, W. Hewitt who
j'was plated at number seven with

600 votas. He filled the seat
vacated by Mr. F. E. C, Bethell,
M.C.P., who did not stand fer
re-election.

Mrs. E, E. Bourne and Miss

V. £. Foster, two other ladies
who came forward for St. Andrew
were unsuccessful. They are both
dsughters of Mr. D. A. Foster,
M.C.P., and member of the St
Andrew Vestry.

At the end of the count, Mr
E. I). Mottley thanked the elec-





tors for having returned him head
of the polls for the eleventh occa-
Sidr. in sueeession. He told them
that he had worked hard for them
in the past and would continue to

Howitzers |

Reds Take Wo

Shell Rebels



Har badros

TRUMAN DENOUN

Just another hazard for the Barbadian driver
of the highway and block the entire road.



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t
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|

do so in the future. TIENYEN NORTHHAST

He said that he would try to INDO-CHINA, Ji
raise the standard of the under- French -howitzers were
privileged and promised that he} to-day blasting Vietnam rebels
would do his best to see that they| seven miles east of this heavily
got a secondary school for girls,| reinforced Tonking gulf strong
as that was his ampition. hold.

Mr. McD. Symmonds thanked Other strong French forces weré
the electors for having placed} consolidating new advanced posi
him in the second position andj tions along parts of the coas
assured them that he would try] threatened by rebels
to do his best to serve the parish After their big three day push
faithfully, impartially and fear-|into Northeast Indo-china the
lessly and would support any{French held the line along the
measures for the general IM~ narrow jungle trail from China;
provement of the community ; through the recaptured forts of

He thanked the Sheriff Mr
R. M. Cave and the sub-Sheriff |
Mr. F. J. Cole for the orderly
way in which they had conduct- |
ed the proceedings,

Mr. R. M. Cave znd Mr. F
J. Cole also spoke atid paid tri-
bute to the electors for the way |
in which they had done their
business.

Other speakers were Mr. V. W
A. Chase, Mr. B. A. Weather-
head, Mr. J. W. Hewitt, Mr. T.
W. Miller, Mr. O. T. Allder
and Mr. Vincent Griffith

St. Michael

The return for St. Michael is as
follows:
Messrs. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.,}

859, F. McD. Symmonds, 659,
F. C. Goddard, 656, V. W. A
Chase, 644 A, S. Bryden, 62%,
B. W. Weatherhead, 628, J. W
Hewitt, 600, C. C. Browne, 693
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., 598,
Messrs, A R. Toppin, 595,

C. A. Brathwaite, 581, D. G, Lea-

cock, jnr., 568, T. Bowring, 566,

H. A.: Tudor, 527; T. W. Miller
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French Rebuild
Recaptured Fort

SAIGON, Jan. 8.
French forces have started re
building the newly recaptured for.
of Tanmai, 15 miles west of the
port of Moncay on the jungle trail
from China into the northeast of
the Tonking delta, a French com-
munique announced here today.
The fort, which was wrecked by
Vietminh insurgent attacks last
November, was still half in ruins
when recaptured in a big three-|
day French push aimed at secur
ing the northeast coastal sector of
the delta.



The communique said French
troops were continuing to clear
the area.

The French now hold the line
along the jungle trail through
Tanmai and Chucphaisan, another
fort which was captured in the
ceastal sector drive.

The trail which extends nearly
40 miles to the northeast of the
strategic coastal base at Tientsen
had been said by rebels to bring
about 8,000 reinforcements from
China, French officials said.

—Reuter.

Tanmai

and Chuephaisan.

The trail which extends nearly

35 miles
north of

to
this

the

northeast
strategic

and

base had

been used by rebels to bring about

8,000

reinforcements from China

according to French authorities.

Reports
indicated that t

reaching

he m

here
ain

to-day
force of

the rebels had made a hasty with

drawal to the

west
‘deployed in mountains about 20
| miles behind the Tienyen river.

and were

Small units which escaped the

big French
forward.
into

rebels
on the

thi

action whe
harassed

ust

“nN so
the

were
French howitzer

farther
went
these

post

me of
French

outer defences of Tienyen

—Reuter.



Catholics Parade
Cinema

.
Outside
NEW

Pickets
cinema here
Rossellini’s
after
York

film
Cardinal
had

YOR

paraded
showing

“TI

Speliman
called on

K, Jan. 8.

outside a
Roberto
Miracle,”
of New
America’s

1e

26,000,000 Catholics to boycott it.

They carried signs reading:
“This picture is desecration of
faith and womanhood.”

Pickets of about 30 men from
Catholic bodies defied driving
rain,

Spellman called the film a

“despicable affront to every chris-

tian” and a

faith.”
The

film tell

“mockery,

s

the

of our

story of 4a

peasant girl who is seduced by a

stranger she
and considers

imagines
the birth

Joseph,
of her

is

child miraculous.—Reuter

PLEVEN WINS

PARIS, Jan. 8
The French Government won
its first confidence vote in the
National Assembly today by 323
to 226. The vote was on a demand
by Prime Minister Rene Pleven
that the total rearmament and
military expenditure of 740 mil-

liard francs and the accompanying

be

new taxation of 140 milliards
confirmed

The Council of the Republic
(Upper House) last Friday voted
the expenditure side of rearma

ment budget but rejected the 140

milliards

franes

new

taxation

proposed to help the rearmament

plan.

OF ELECTIONS

Allder

yesterday

right)

—Reuter



look on



TUESDAY, JANUARY



GRASS HIGHWAY

Lorries, overloaded with

(By JULIAN

CHINESE AND NORTH KOREAN armies surged
the 39th parallel to-night after overrunning Wonju in
centre of the embattled peninsula and movi:
Overwhelming

30 miles below Seoul.
munists captured Wonju after



1, 1951

ee att

ES



grass drive along the

middle



nyu:

.» Move Into Pusan

BATES)

TOKYO, Jan
th
y into Pusa
masses of Com

unceasing onslaughts again

United Nations troops, harassed from three sides







' United Nations held out for tiv
days outside the key junction tow
y r ae eof Wonju while their warplen:
ON rHE took heavy toll of Communist
potring south through frozer
e SPOT mountain passes
United Nations withdrawal i
WILLIE JENKINSON has thé west continued without
put the traditional striped portant contact with Communist
barber’s pole to shame at his who were concentrating on an all
haircutting establishmert at out effort in the centre and threat
Kirkburton, Yorkshire ening to turn west and cut’ Caegi
Customers can tell at a the estape road in the direet driv
glance what their chances forit® big southern pert of Pasar
are for a quick haireut or The ten-day-old Communi:
shave without even entering oifensive is closely following th
his shop pattern of the first North Korea
For Willie has installed onslaught six months ago
signal lights outside his em-
porium. Red means “shop But this time, winter grit val
full”, amber, “won't keep devastated South Korea United
you long,” and green “come Nations reported no contact with
inside” INS Communists on the easter fror
o-day Five Allied air attack
to-day smashed Communist troop
Y e e concentrations and convoys flood
Strike Against ing south along the 20 mile
stretch of road from Hoengson t

Ww

Police





onju and moving southeast fron

| Kyongar > mile outheast
' Seoul
MODENA, Italy, Jan. 6
The Communist dominated | According to airforce claim
Chamber of Labour here called a | th nder je hootir t
two-hour general strike to-day | killed more than 800 Commun
throughout Emilia province in| in non-stop attacks on K r
protest against a police ban on < nd the nearby unct
feremony planned to commem Hen and Pukhab river
orate six workers shot down by [ United States Fifth Air Force
police in labour troubles a year] day claimed to have killed or
ago veunded 1,300 Communists and
The str ke was fixed for 10 a. destroyed 39 village ny GC
to 12 noon. Public services inclu- buildings Reuter
ding provincial railways and
urban transport were allowed ee
skeleton staffs , *
Labour Union officials wer ] a Po s
holding a conference later to-day I ante Crashes Into
to lay down a line of actior ‘ i
against what they described as Petrol Station
the “provocative attitude of Mo- ee
dena Police authorities,” BRISTOL, J Gd
—Reuter. A Constellation aircraft « ‘
© a petrol store at }
Port near here toda
ADJOURN KOREA lado |
injured |
DEBATE The plane which be o|
sritish Oversea Airwa ( |
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 8 | poration crashed hile cor
The United Nations Political | t land |
Committee today decided to ad- } The petro ore ¢ 4 |
journ its debate on Korea until} thousands of gallon f pe t|
Thursday to make the last effort} there wa o ire |
to arrive at some agreed approach | | |
to an honourable settlement of the | The aireraft, with a cre |
Korean problem before taking | WaS on a training fig It ski |
more drastic measures against the ; ded on to the gra |
Chinese Peoples’ Republic. The ,;end of the runwa ‘ |
proposal was moved by Britain specially prepared for tt Brat |
and voting was 44 in favour, 55 > zon, the world argest line
against with 5 abstentions hich was built Brist« |
—Keuter teuter

















|

|

| LONDON, Jan, 8 ind in a partnership with har

| 1e close of play of the thir hitting Ian Johnson he 1

| day of the Third Test at Sydney, England's tired tack during the

| Australia with 4 wickets in hand. {nal hundred minutes in an un

flead England by 72 runs. It seen nished stand hich realise !
now they are well on the way to Here W.J. O'Reilly, Australia’
winning or at least drawing this freatest spin bowler, give h

!match which will enable them t

| retain the ashes. 3ut unlucks
England have had all the bad

| breaks going in this game THIRD TEST

Py »y were witho sailey

beet es ere ee On the fourth day of the
@ month and Vright till Third Test Match between
ticubled by a groin injury. Ant Australia and Engiand at
apart from the short spell by Sydney by luneh time
Compton after the tea interval Australia were all out for

tthe whole brunt of the attack 426 in reply to Engtand's

| thrust up three t lers. Brow! ist imnings total of 291)

| Bedser 1 Warr between ther Mille scored 145 not out
bowled 62 eight-ball overs—a feat the last four Australian
rec great tamir ” Wickets fell for 64 runs
little assistance At the tea int nna

|val Australia had been kept er verdict by cable
tirely on the defensive and witt he day’s pla

| ckets down 252, were



4) England's

1 put te eq









cate

SOVIE



T RUSSIA



notre PRICE, FINCENTS



Free Nations Must Band

U.N. Move Into” Together To Save
New Quarters

NEW YORK





td Social Cou
‘ Mutt are
These groups
tunction at Lake
Island, 15 mile
ildin rhe
ions wil

1
ri the
re ve nm

Shed offices

nter

250

lve

over
vooden catwalk

car

fact

ockfeller
»H0,000

1%

46
N

bt
“ely

already pa
Diplomats, secretaries
1.000 feet

ar
Ch

tildi



N









not yet 1€
will continue
Success on Lo
from
Pre
Hl alsc
Althous
U.N’ 3.300 en
ved valf tt
the 39 ore
ne structure t
Movit

unfinished

@d $300,006
and visitor
of

Swayit

Underneath
garage being built under

ite which John D
Jr purchased f¢
1d ceded to the U.N
e United States lent

money to meet construc
—Can, Press

Frevieh ‘Troops
Kor Eisenhower

PARIS,

Fra
rener
he
roops

ag

nee
al

first

te

mday

Dwight

contingent

that

Supreme

ommander

f the

n P%

aris

ternational

Vest

At

hink
tartil

will

T

formally
Eisenhowe

b
of
serve

he

to

under
Atlantic

famed
» second World War
yesterday
force

head
to defend

&

gay

Jan

Kuropea
hi
Arm
leade
arrive
the
th

against Communism

once

ny

1g

anything

he

SE

country

and

rved a
tempted to tes
he power of the West had better
long

carefully
Eisenhower

warning

about!

rrival here marks his first formal
European

Visit

powers

ined
he
had

ff

Atlan

hower
Uw



comes

of

12
asked him
aggression from the
After

to

°

tie

treaty
cheduled

one
that
machines
power

Vashington

back
mid-February to

putting
ipreme



into full

burope

wil

late
to

of

for
Atlantic

the
1 give
the

to
thi

him
army
community

to create to fend

EK

month

Errope

begin

Headquarter

Can

mer

nast

a quick tour of the North
countries

Eisen
eturn to
He

around
the task

operation his

Allied
Press

Three Consider
Reply To Soviets

LONDON, Jan, 8

rhe

three

power

reply

to the

that

‘et note agreeing on conditions

i meeting of a Foreign Minis-
er couneil
ideration
oreign

is
in

Office

still

under
Washington,

pokesman

con-

Che reply is being considered b;
Ambi

he British
gton

Philly

tate





hau,
ce

Department

it

expected to ask

tion on

1. Whethet



Sur

Oliv

issado1
er

Franks,

in Wash
Di

up of the United State

a

t

the

Ru

and

French

stood

vO points

isla

would

Foreign

for clarifi

a
said

Jean |

agree |

the broadening of the Agenda
itters other than problems of
rman and Austria and
Whether she could permit an
onsideratiun of ubstance by a
) power meeting of deputie
ch ould finally approve the
{ Reuter,
U.K. MINISTER DIES
VATICAN CITY, Jan. 8
Johr Vietor Thoma
*« he British Minister te th
ic ee died today
r Joh vho was 54, died of a
eart attack. His diplomatic care
Kk him to Madrid, Copenhage:
South America before he
appointed here in 1947





ut ner
te ! c
it it
detr
erforry
rowr
Jot



ENGLAND CAN WIN IF WRIGHT
CAN BO WL—says O Reilly

Reuter



et cor 1
t} te f
‘ f th
t} the bowlir
t rut ci
1e tir on fo
take (
their forr
an attack rot
manpower, With no
act from the exceller
nee of Bedser
1 prefer te cent
} i nd )
it
“ ‘
¢ WwW ‘ ti
f
} (
@ On Page 3







Themselves

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN tc lay made the most

extreme denunciation of Russia’s bid for world
domination yet heard from the American Govern-
ment-leader, and called for a three-point programme
to counter it.
President Truman's Three Point Programme was:
Economic aid to the free world.
Military assistance to North Atlantic Nations.
Support for the United Nations and a peaceful
settlement of international disputes. Willing-
ness to negotiate honourable settlements with
the Soviet Union, but no appeasement.

1
2
3

He made the request in his state-of-the-Union
message the President's traditional Annual

Report to Congress.

Urging the programme as a means of preventing
Western Europe from falling to Russia and of meet
ing the Soviet challenge elsewhere, Truman said:
“The threat of world conquest by Soviet Russia
endangers our liberty and endangers the kind of
world in which the free spirit of men can survive.
“All free nations are exposed and all are in peril.
Their only security lies in banding together. No
one nation can find protection in the selfish search
for a safe haven from the storm.

“The free nations do not have any aggressive pur-
pose. We want only peace in the world, peace for
all countries. No threat to the security of any
nation is concealed in our plans or programmes.
“We had hoped that the Soviet with its security
assured by Charter would »%e willing to live and let live.
But that has not been the case. The “imperialism of the
Czars has been replaced by even more ambitious rulers
The present rulers of the Soviet Union have shown that
they are willmg to use this power to destroy free nation
and win domination over the whole world

“Soviet imperialists have two ways of going about thei:
destructive work. They use the method of subversion and
internal revolution and they use the method of external
aggression

Union

ery - . ny won

These methods stir up class strife. They put out poisonous
propaganda, They deliberately try prevent
progres

to economic
“If their efforts are successful they foster revolution as
they did in Czechoslovakia and China and as they tried

unsuccessfully to do in Greece, If their methods of sub-

version are blocked and if they think they can get away
with outright warfare they resort to international aggre
sion. This is what they did when they loosed the armies

of their puppet states

against the republie of Korea in an
evil war by. proxy



































In his annual state of the union on the world without resort
message to Congres President! conflict simply through the pre-
Truman also asked Congre for: ponderance of its economic
peedy action in mobilisation and ilitary power
pecified the following ten sub- | President Truman said none
jects on which legislation would; tiie North Atlantic treaty coun
be needed } trie including the United State
1 Appropriations for Ame rica's | had yet done enough to mobilis¢

military build up } its forces against the Soviet dan-
Extension and revision of the} ger, but he wrongly defended
Selec » Service (Conscrip-| European countries against charg-
tion) Ac es that they were not willing to
5 Military and economic aid to defend themselves
help build up the strength of Their actions are inswerir
the free world this question” he said
Revision and extension of “Our North Atlantic treaty
authority to expand produc partner nn wrict ystems .(
jor ana tabilise price universal military training. Sev-
alice Ava” Potié eral have recevtly increased the
Improvement of Agricultural | %*â„¢ of service. All have take
laws to assist in the produc measure to improve the quality
‘ of trainin Forces are being ex-
BON Of farsn promucts neesed panded as rapiciy as the necessar
for the defence effort arms and equipment can be sup-
Labour Laws plied from their factories and
I roveme! f Lat r La from our
» help provide tuble labou Our Nor Vilaritic trea
management relatior nd to] partner together ire buildi
ire teady p fucti t imc boi egee han our ow
this emergency” Ne of the North Atlant
Housing and trainir of «ke lieaty countric including (i
nee vorker md the fullfown counts has done ne h ye
ise of all inpower resoures But 1 | progre being made
Vie fine sit 1 Pit ent I mar ie oh
uppl loctor < tegically ;
ther trained j 1 the de Huro}
el tieall ed for he Nu vy de
jefence effort fence
Aj tate ( th The Soviet Union do 101
oh mani aul have toa attack the United States
a Fas pte es ass fo secure the domination of the
nia education orld If can achieve its ent
tee anit ? eeou4 b isolating u ind wallowit
eet the cost of the defence ip al} our allie rherefore ¢€
ort if we ere craven enough
sh ident einai ‘atte sant abandon our ideals, it would be
: ' disastrous for vithas
Hoi i ‘ 90VIET) from the comimunit of f
for the Kore i 7) nation
ent world President Truman referred
His Messave Creneral Dwight Eisenhowe
) nationa e mission to Europe a Supre
| ved i ¢ t Commander of the United Fort
Atior While t of the North Atlantie Tres
1 rt é ually ne Countries including United Stat
r forces in Germany
Our national safet youl He said: ‘The people
vels idiced the Soviet | have confidence
nion were to succeed in harnes hower They
o it wr machine the re to put together the
ee 5 ‘ the Allie Hi
| ‘ree nation e border ¢ it vital to our security. {
a ill stand behind him and ;
: re thre te \ a; ari te him every bit of we
Â¥ f - . 1d Part of our job wi
Soviet ' [ews the militar ig
.'s : Furopean partners by nd
| tens wemsons ai ns!
; our military p ( ex
{ t a | Re fir i “peacet
I 1 Ove ettlement’ I '
} i gramme t eet the chatle
| t err it we
j r ominati¢ President Trur
b ‘ @ Or vage 3
Superior Military Force ia ai
: TELL THE ADVOCATE
Ke THE NEWS
t RING 3113
, a fs ’ Soviet DAY OR NIGHT


PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

ON. V. C. GALE, MLL.C.
Managing Director of the
“Advocate Co. Ltd., who was in
Trinidad for the Trinidad Turf
Club’s Christma race meeting
returned yesterday morning by
B.W.LA
Other Barbadian turfites re-
turning yesterday were Mr, Eddie
Ward, Mr. George Ward, arid Dr
A. S Cato. Two other arrivals
on the same plane were Mr
George Gill and Mr. Michael
Simpson.

Canadian Valentine

| bere comese ra of the Women’s
Canadian Club are planning
several new attractions for their
annual Valentine Dance which
comes off on Saturday, February
10th at the Marine Hotel. This
dance wh ia is in aid of local
charities. is one of the highlights
of the season, and is under the
distinguished patronage of His
Excellency the Governor and Lady
Savage.

On: Honeymoong

R. amd, Mrs. Gerald Carter

arrived by B.W.1.A. yester-
day moriiing from Trinidad, to
spend their honeymoon in Bar-
bados.

Mr. Carter who works with
’.L.L. at Forest Reserve, South
Trinidad, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W.-H. Carter of St. George.
Mrs. Carter is the former Pamela
Sefton, off of the twin daughters
of Mr. an@ Mrs. B. C. Sefton of
Pointe-a—Pierre.

For Board Meeting

ISS DORA IBBERSON, Social

Welfare Adviser to C.D. and
W. left yesterday morning by
B.W.I.A. for Jamaica via Puerto
Rico. Miss Ibberson, who is a
member of the Advisory Board
of the Imstitute for Social and
Economic Research of _ the
University College of the West
Indies has gone to Jamaica for a
meeting of that board. She ex-
pects to be away for about two
weeks and on her return she is
expected to stop over in Trinidad
for a few days.

First In Twenty Years

RS. KATE WEBSTER, who

was in Barbados for over
three weeks holidaying with her
sister Miss Marie Humphrey and
other members of her family re-
turned to Antigua yesterday
morning by B.W.1.A. She was
in Barbados for Christmas 1950,
the first she has spent here for
twenty years.

The Last Week

RRIVING from Trinidad yes-

terday morning by B.W.I1.A
to spend the last week of the
Christmas holidays in Barbados
was Miss Sidi Preece. She is
staying with her school pal Ailsa
Lashley in Maxwells until Cod-
rington High School opens next
week.

Busman’s Holiday

R. LORENZO WILLIAMS, a

Barbadian, who has lived in
Trinidad for twenty-eight years
is at present in Barbados on six
months’ holiday. He is a building
contractor and lives in Port-of-
Spain. During his holiday he has
built a bungalow at My Lord's
Hill. He has worked for the
Housing Planning Commission in
Trinidad.

Staying With Sister

RS. A. de LA BASTIDE

arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.1.A. to
spend a month's holiday in Barba-
dos. She is staying with her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Lisle Bailey.

Out of This World
O'NEAL, _ the

Be r

gentleman












of St. Lawrence, who

has transplanted his talents from |
Californ U.S.A., s to have
charge of the bar! e at the Golf
Club’s Wild We y which will
be held at the Crane Hotel on
20) Everyone who has

1 t viches tells

tha ! ou this Island,”
As a matter of ta vill be
exactly that for e O'Neal
method of rbecu cousists of
digging a hole i 2round, fill-
ing it ith h Is and letting
the meat cook for 24 hours It
comes out tender, juicy and tastes
like more. With all you can eat
including the price of the ticket,
which is $1.50, it isn’t surprising
that members of the Golf Club
are Feing besieged for the paste-

boards

For B.M.A. Conference

D" A
the

P. MUIR, Secretary of
Branch of the
British Medical Association and
Mr. A G. Leacock, Surgeon
Specialist at the General Hospital
left for Trinidad on Sunday to
attend the Caribbean Conference
of the British Medical Association
which opened under the Chair-
manship of Dr. H. G. Dain in
Trinidad yesterday .

Week-end Arrival

R. KENRIC MURRAY, Re

gional Director of Broadcast
Relay Services (Overseas) Ltd.,
arrived from Trinidad on Sunday
by B.W.I.A.

Second Son

SON was born to Mr, and Mrs.
Robert Turner at Dr. Bayley’s
clinie on Saturday. Mr, Turner is

3arbados



the Colonial Secretary This is
their second son.
With Esso
R. ANC MRS HAROLD
COLE and their daughter

who were holidaying in Barbados

with Mr. Cole’s family returned
to Trinidad on Sunday by
B.W.1.A, Mr. Cole is with Esso

Standard Oil Co,, im Port-of-Spain

B.W.1L.A. Hostess

M's MOLLY O'DONNELL,
B.W.I.A. hostess

arrived
from Trinidad on Sunday by
B.W.I.A. to spend a few days

with friends in Barbados

B.O.A.C. Representative

R, AND MRS. H. M. CLARKE
_Wwere among the passengers
leaving by T.C.A. on Saturday
for Montreal. Mr. Clarke is a
Representative of B.O.A.C, in
New York City

~~

Regrets

Pee regrets that in welcom-
ing Mr. J. F. Haslett of Bar-
clays Bank back to Barbados in

Sunday’s issue he erroneously re-
ferred to him as “Financial adviser
to the Bank,”

Barbados Meeting

R. AND MRS. LOUIS
STRAUSS and their two
daughters Linda and Caroline left

for Grenada over the week-end
by B.W.1.A
Mr. Strauss came out from

England a little over two months
ago. He owns “La Sagesse” Estate
in Grenada. He came over to Bar-

bados a few days ago to meet his Orchestra.

wife and children who came out
on the Gascogne’s last trip from
England to Barbados.

Returned Over The
Week-end

R. AND MRS. JACK DEAR

who were holidaying in
Trinidad for the past couple of
weeks with Mrs. Dear’s relatives
returned to Barbados over the
week-end by B.W.I.A,



iE)
wearing...

A

bi

‘| remember
|

ROMANTIC NEW ALBUM

drawn by ROBB

No. 1.—Eileen Herlie

MONG those of us who brave
a backward glance at life,
actress Eileen Herlie can

remember one (at least) enchanted
evening. ‘
It happened two years ago in as

fy
nd her memories
spent high in the

big party on m:
in the South o
just after my a
Medea,’ and ‘

France. . .

e Eagle.’

“There was a huge villa, all mine
Roses in the garden,
A private
swimming pool with handsome men

for the rent,
mine for the picking.
swimming in it Yes, those
dear old days on next to
nothing a week seemed an
age away.
“And 4
remember I
was wearing,”
she _ reflected
‘a wonderful
white dress
with a skirt
so big tha
anybody who
ironed it re
membered the
day.”

x~ * *

Robb draws
the way she
looked that
night. The
ingredients of
a memory :—

A view to beat the tourist
posters aimed to get you there ;

Blood red roses pinned to a
white frock ;

Iced white wine (plenty more
inside) in a cooler near by.

And one man to share if al)
with.

Who was the man?

Mr. Nameless (that well-known

character in a woman's life), He
will appear in each of the “1
Remember I Was Wearing

incidents to be drawn by Robb-
but you will mever see M1
Nameless’s face !

DRUSILLA SEYFUS

London Express Service

Gala Night

NY mention of a gala night at

a place as a girl can choose w
“The night was
hills above the
editerranean, when I held my first
first slap-up holiday
It was
earances in Hamlet.

emi ar

|

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







- BRITISH HOUSEWIVES

the Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road,|copper and brass

generally means an evening of
good fun, whether it is a play, a
concert or a floor show and dance.
On Saturday, Jan, 13th, at 8.30
p.m, will be seen a real pot-
purri of show business. Once
again the Barbados Dramatic
Club presents a one-act play.
This time it’s “The Purple Bed-
room”, with Michael, Lynch, Pam-
ela Cresswell, Geoffrey Hunte,
Ted Farmer and Norman Wood.
It is produced by a newcomer to
this island Thelma Vallis. “The
Purple Bedroom” is a comedy
ghost story and promises to be
excellent entertainment.
the play comes Norman
Christmas floor show which was
resented at the Marine Hotel on
Jecember 23rd. Many
have not seen this cabaret so here
is an opportunity of seeing one
of the finest floor shows Barbados
has witnessed for a long time;
and finally if you like dancing you
ean enjoy this till 2 a.m. with
the music of the Police Dance

av
No Prize

O you know which is the big-

gest parish in Barbados and
which is the smallest. I bet you
don’t. See Carib to-morrow.

Grenada Visit

R. IDRIS MILLS, Regional

Manager of the S.P.C.K.
left for Grenada over the week-
end by B.W.I.A,.



BY THE WAY .... sy seacucomser

WO boxers fell out of the

ring the other day, and were
both counted out. A dull ending.
Why not have bouts between
three boxers?

It would have to be understood
that each man would fight for
himself, with no attempt of any
two to turn on the odd man, I
think this would liven up boxing
contests. The danger is that a cun-
ning fighter might simply bide
his time, letting the other two go
for each other. Then, fresh and
vigorous, he could step in and
deal with the pair of them. But I
don’t care.

Holbein’s “Viaduct”

A FOOL who went to the Royal
+ Academy to Holbein's
“Viaduct” searched vain, An
official said, “Den't you mean
Holborn?” “I certainly do not,”
said the fool, “It Holbein

see
in

says



here on the catalogue. HOI
BEIN”. Holborn,” said the
offic'al, “is a place. That’s where

you'll find the Viaduct.” “What
a coincidence,” said the fool.

Prodnoese: And is that all you
have to say about a wonderful
exhibition of art?

Myself; It’s all I can think of
for the moment, as the man
replied to the woman who said

“Is that all?” when he thundered
on her door and told her her
house was on fire,

Marginal Note

QU never know nowadays

what casual phrase will be
hailed as though it were a brilliant
epigream, and repeated all over
the world. Ever since Mr, Somer
sct Maugham said that he was a
very old person, the words have
been repeated every day in in-
terviews, articles, essays, and

BEDDING at
Evans & Whitfields

MATTRESSES (ibre-filled)

SACO Se ine
SOc ee eee
46 2 oS eae ST

YOUR
SHOE STORES

SHEETS

80’x100” each
80" x 99”

70” x 100”
63” x 100”

mmm PILLOW CASES

paragraphs. I will wager that
already the phrase is more widel;
iknown than any other single sen
tence Mr. Maugham has writte:
or spoken. I have just seen it a
the caption to his photograph. I:
might amuse Mr, Maugham to say
one day, “I am rather fond of!
salmon,” and then watch the
phrase becoming famous.

No Sunday Radio-beam
URELY there can be no debate
on who should be the first
man to talk to the moon from
the top of the Shot Tower next
year, The honour should fall by
right to Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve), of Utrecht. As
there will be no reply, he can say
anything he likes, But, speakins
as an informer, whose earnings
should be tax-free, let me catch
someone talking to the moor
on a Sunday! Saperlipopette! I:
this the Place Pigalle?

eee cei

a ni ene
--.~$6.61

a paar
oo aves

94c. & 97c.

























Across

‘| Osefui for flowers and shrubs
but mo gardener does. (5. %)

4 Unite, (9)

il FrObae reed that can endure.
(4)

ls Sacred song of the paims (5)

15 Let ire recover the roof 16)
Lowest Hindu caste. (5)

‘7. You meed this dry for divers.

(3) 18. Hand over! (6)
Tree whose roots and branches
bind ether heaven and earth
and hel (9)

Down
&scorting. (Â¥)
These arts are
modeiiing (7)
This pole carries

3. Unused. (3)
concerned with

(3)

on

4 Diade





Legs meant to be cut off. (9)
* You'll find much of this in a
‘ | give (8) 8. Nourishment. (7)
~y # Corded fabric consumer ? (8)
} ) En" ce and make all rue. (6)
i2 A mistake was made (5)
;14 aera the seal is a meane ot
: j churen division (64
LONDON ; were all in great demand. S 5
; | c | Solution of vesterday's ouzzie.—Aeress
British housewives quickly The sales manager of a large ‘1, Chronicle: 7 Oakum Dais: 1
; tter: 14 13 *
inaugurated a nationwide “bucket|London store said it was “just Biyit: 12 Din. Reader: 15. Tea
7 scuttle race’ following the like the early days of the war all new, a. Loot i
Government order banning the|over again, only this time there fabiable: 5. Ovteaze
manufacture of nearly 300 house-| are many more grumbles. Pe a 8. King:
hold articles containing zinc,| “It is difficult to say how long}
E | existing stocks of these articles
Most hardware shops and/will last, although it is obvious
department stores reported a/|that if women are going to ‘stock-

After
Wood's

people



brisk demand for galvanized iron | pile’

household ware from
to replace

the new

anxious
before

force on February 1.

Wash tubs, coal scuttles, | brass are channelled to firms
buckets, pails, pots and pans,| working on rearmament and
garbage cans and even bathtubs’ export orders. —(I.N.S.)

J,

worn

supplies will soon

women | exhausted.”

article.

B.B.C. Radto Programme








‘TUESDAY JANUARY 9, 1951 pom Pilgrim’s Dinner; 6.15 p.m

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m, News| Welsh Magazine; 6.45 p.m. Programme
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. From the Editorials; | P@rade; 7 p.m, The News; 7.10 p.m
7.25 a.m. Programme Parade; 7.30 a.m. | News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. West Indian
Generally Speaking, 7.45 a.m. Think on| Guest Night; 7.45 p.m Generally Speak -
these Things; 8 a.m, Souvenirs of Music ing; 8 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m.
6.45 a.m. Letter from An ca; 9 a.m.| Meet the Commonwealth; 8.45 p.m
The News; 9.10 a.m. H News from| Composer of the Week; 9 p.m. Report
Britain; 9.15 a.m. Clos Down; 11.15, from Britain; 9.15 p.m. Ray Martin
m, Programme Parade; 11.25 a.m,/ and his Orchestra; 9.45 p.m. Pilgrim's
Australia v England; 11.45 a.m. Report| Dinner; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m
from Britain; 12 noon The News! 12.10| From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m. Portrait
p.m, News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Close} of Haiti; 10.45 p.m. Getting ready for
Down; 4.18 p.m. Music from Grand] the Festival of Britain; 11 p.m, BBC

Hotel; 5 p.m. Australia v









England;

Following his Daddy’s idea Rupert

trots to the village and

draw a queer old building.

Starts to

He

finds it difficult, and before he has

got very far with
Growler strolls up,

at

Constable

** That looks

very interesting, young Rupert,’’ he

says,



* but | cam't let you stand
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED






Lovely

by

For
Hours—Monday

READY-MADE

5.15! Symphony Orchestra.



Rupert and the Sketch Book—4 —



right in the middle of the
mething may come along
and knock you down, You'd be
safer up on the common where
there’s no traffic. Why not go
there? I’m coming up that way
later and I'll look out for you.”
Rupert smiles and sets again.

there
road.



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It's getting me down,
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Relief at once!
My throats soothed and that wretched
cough eased in no time.

COUGH
LOZENGES

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OPENING FRIDAY 12TH
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England Can Win
If Wright Can
Bowl

@ From Page 1







of batti may be—he will find it
mest di t to counter a bowler}
of Bedser’s ability. Loxton is out}
of form altogether. Tallon’s pro-|
motion to number seven in the}
r is a sad commeniary on|

|

ralian batting. His previous}
zainst this touring team/|
7 not out and 0.

* scored 96 valuable runs
270 minutes to get them.





uid have been long

enough for the real Miller to get
among the records.

Bedser and Brown and their!

medium of relief, Warr, did a col- |
ossal job. To keep the Australians |
to 252 runs in a day must be}
heraided as a great bowling per
formance

Bedser has had
dismissal so far.
lessly and courag

a hand in every |
He bowled tire- |
ously and added |
to the great reputation he has in|
this country |

Brown turned leg spinners
consistently They spun so well
late in the day that if psychologi- |
cal treatment makes any contri- |
bution towards healing torn!
muscles, then the sight of Brown's |
spinning should have Wright’
ready for work tomorrow |

By that time a leg spinner will}
be worth his weight in gold on |
this pitch.

If Wright is fit to bowl in
Australia’s second innings I reck-
on the Englishmen will win.
Withow him the job is too big.
Present bowlers already worn out
niust crack under the strain.”

Last night Miller explained to
Frank Rostron, Daily Express re
porter the reason for his long;
innings. He said, “the England}
attack was too subtle.” And now
to details of the day’s play

England got off to a flying start
when with the total at 122 both





his

RUM IN



THE ROAD




BARBADOS ADVOCATE



F

n

the following Monday

sometime
Saturdays, and a letter

the



Work On Sundays
In Port-of-Spain

Some of emplayees of the
FPort-of—Spain Post Office work
for afew hours on Sundays

| So if one posted a letter from
{ana anc

to Barbados on
nd another on Sunday, the
on ta whem the © letters
ddressed would receive the

| Post Office Clerks |

Friday |

i

The Barbados Post Office closes |

after 1 o'clock

‘riday would
Post

16rning

be sent
until Monday
airmail from

not
Office
The

posted there Sun-

on
posted on
from

Trinidad on Sunday would include
mail that was

day morning ane such mail, too,
would be sent out from the Bar-
bados Post Office on Monday!
morning

STREET scene as the parade moved along advertising rum. |







which
tle
know
Alley
Say that the streets in the vicinity

dents
from

Alley,
would become
many fruit
thrown.

Ess who keeps a
the alley
, there for

ce
there
The
smith shop, and at the South end
tub



HOPES ALLEY

Hepes Alley is a short
runs southward
Street None of
why it is
Most of

alley
from Sut
its residents
named Hope
them however



re named after
and Hopes Alley, like

might have got its name
that. source
you walked
you would
cleaner

previous resi

thers,

If through

skins and paper

The oldest resident is

curio shop
He has
years

in
been living

ll There

is a
arry on a

are
alley

good
two
also

business
barber
boasts

and
shops
of a tin

makers show their tubs for

ile



Harbour Log

|
}

{

|

1

the

Hopes

hope that it
About it

ire

George

cook shop there which seems to



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not out overnight batsmen were 4 ] rT 7 |
dismissed Vest _ CLASS Z $140 GIVEN AWAY In Carlisle Bay
Evans made another of those | } e M.V. T. B. Radar; M.V. Blue Star
great ieg side catches of his a? i fe Marion Belle Wolfe; Sch . ¥ 4 ‘ian
when Archer tried to glide a ball ections | ARE RE AD Y | ST. JOHN’S. Antigu: | H.. Sch. Philip H. Dayidson; Sch ; )
aes thier ives | ; wee ae ‘vm, 4 gua. |M. Lewis, Sch. Zoileen; Sch
iran nes wee rs See | The greatest publicity stunt ever seen in this 108 sq. mile mice Bare é 4
asse a t - slr >t ey 7 . , , rc ‘ urma P
Brown mishit and gave Bedser al _ @ From Page 1 | By THOMAS C. WATSON | island started its two weeks run when the new Dry Goods,!M. Smith. scn
comfortable catch in the direction | 526; J. K. C. Grannum, 521. tote | Hardware and Liquor Department store of Anthony Michael |! 1 . ON
of the square leg umpire. The unsuccessful abanaiontee The Defense Ministry was} %* S0ns opened its doors on December 11th. 1950. Sch AS ‘I HE BES
This brought Miller and Harvey | were: Messrs. D. F. Blackett, 441;) i311, reported today fo have|,,OWned and Managed by Mr. —~-
together and immediately Brown O. i Allder, M.C.P., 294; A. A. completed a new plan for “cary-|Maurice J. Michael, younger : 4
had Harvey in trouble with his! Maynard, 208. ing up” British armed forces brother of Mr. Asot A, Michael one Will Re resent ~ De ; v7
aa ah Tha as Si St. Lucey } sh armed forces tv] o¢ the leading Sea ee ee Pp
leg spinners, The left-hander - Lucey meet present and future com- 1e leading merchants in this
showed no sign of greatness of In St. Lucy Mr. G. G. Harris mitments city, the new department store at ' Z
which he is capable and after] Mr. E. L. Bannister and Mr One major objective of the plan the corner of Market & Redcliffe DEPARTURES
staying 79 minutes for 39 runs|J. F. C. O’Neil, three last year is to make substantial armed Streets was a blaze of colour dur-| M.V. Caribbee, 100 tons ret Capt
was clean bowled va across a oc ee oe eee: fovian atailekie ta General |i" the Christmas Season as elec- Moral Assembly beg cn Pi a gae . SEE
straight one from Bedser, The three who filled their places Dwi rh sent rer Dua trically illuminated placards | y. Lacy, ons net, Capt, Bunod, rea) + “gay
Loxton and Miller then indulged| are Mr. John R. Alleyne, Mr.|Quigul. Mirennowsr when (ft |painted by top notch artists| (F%™ ux Own Correspondent). | 15 THM 6 O19 sons net, Capt TO0-DAY'’S SPECIAL
in a period of slow scoring much] U. N. Slocombe and Mr. D. E. unified Eurc on . me i advertised over twenty brands of KINGSTON, Jan. 4 Preston, for Trinidad ta
> displeasure of the crowd.| Webster A ypean arm local as well as ‘ted li A team of prominent Jamaicans! s.s. Sundial, 1,682 tons net, Capt —~}
to the displeasure of the crowc bster, The part of the British Army |/0¢@! 45 well as imported liquors, : ; - .
hae ie or : + The follo somprise the St pa 0 re British vy The shes a aent oe left the island last week to repre- | Lorve, for British Guiana
Their partnership added 33 be 1e folowing comprise e and R.A.F. th: All be allotted 1@ most conspicuous placard]. h . p,
: ] ‘reetions| Luev’s Vestry: Messrs. J. BE, T,|2nd_R.A.F. that will be allotte r : 4 I A sent this Colony at the Moral] Jn T h With Barbad
fore Loxton obeying instructions; Lucy's Vestry: Messrs. . “- **Ito Eisenhower's command will be| #5 @ ten foot reproduction of a Re-Armament National Assembly or , arraeee
to “have a go” was out in exactly prencker, MCP. J. 5 naeree the present troops in Gemmany, ye ted of, First Flight Barbados] which opened at the Shoreham Coastal Station
the same manner as Harvey, try- ae ae AAS ene W 1, | Which are due for rapid reinforce- tig a eee piended un Hotel, Washington, D.C., Decem-| CABLE and Wireless (West Indies?
ie ee ee ee ee ae i C. Sobers, N_[ment. They will be included in) Batbades by A. S. Bryden & Sons| ber 80 and continues until Jan-| Ltd. advise that they can pow commu-
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Anita
Mary
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ARRIVALS.
Mary E. Caroline, S tons net
Capt. Joseph, from Dominica
M.V. Lady Joy, 4@ tons net, Capt. Par-
| sons from St. Lucia
S.S. Specialist, 4445 tons net, Capt
Harriman, from Grenada
. 5.8. Libreville, 4,365 tons net, Capt
Jamaica At Hassell, from Mobile via Pointe a Pitre



Tallon saw the total advanced ing General directly responsible Michael & Sons at 5/- per bottie. With specific emphasis at the] !"*" Barbados Coast Station fess
y The firs > is or saeev s. Detende s. S. Eliseo; 5.9. Fort
by another 29 and was out shortly O/,Neil : to the Supreme Commander. The first in the island to offer conference being laid on indus-| Royal be ‘loon Filgrim 7 futina:
before the tea interval when St. Joseph In addition there will be an un- imported rum at such a low price,| trial labour relations, Jamaica] s.©. Jane Stove, s.s. Golfito; 5.8. Aleoa
Johnson came to join Miller who In St. Joseph, Mr. R. A. Lee, specified number. of divisions | Mr. Michael spread a sheet ot trade unions were represented by Cavalier ht Benpren. af Scptiand: #8
by this time had completed a| one of the new candidates, Was} rapidly eing built up in Great eqverdgement throughout the| Mr Ken Hill, M.H.R., President Berthuds ee Whee’ Roanoke, 62. Get
most un-Miller-like 50 in two and] successful with 57 votes. Hel tratatn ‘hers ic/ in) eienoe om island by means of steel bands of the Trades Union Congress and} coune: s.s. Queen of Bermuda; 5.8, Geor-
three quarter hours. replaced Mr. J. H. Branch, who] cadre of over twenty divisions which serenaded night and day| 2nd Vice President of the People's| gia F. Andreadius, «6. Borinquen; s.5
fl rtahty asda Johnson and Miller] got 46 votes. The other unsuc-| which comprise territorials and|ith placards, and through the National Party, and Mr. L. G,| Cottica, ss. Niew Amsterdam; ss. 8.
began to attack the bowling and| cessful candidate was Mr. Mac} iso other regular divisions which | /0¢al newspaper which carried full Newland, J.P.. General Secretary Be oe Oe slemetid ae B'gh Bridge
although Compton came on for six Donald Chandler, who got 41/oan be manned by the conscripts {Page advertisements of First Plight M the wees ana one-time] port; ss. Hellenie Wave. 5. Itanite
7 it w bvious } Votes. and a selected trained reservists {2d other liquors. Soon hundreds] Mayor of Kingston 5.8. Francesco Morosini; 8.8. London
overs #5 a relief oe XvRe E . ent Other successfu] candidates Paces 2Z” aaa 2 ~"lflocked to the store where Mr. Other members of the team | Mariner, ss. Argentina, M.V. Carbet
that the English attack was Spent) ore Mr, W. R. Coward 79, Mr.! “tne ‘atier are composed of|Michael gave samples of the] Were the Hon. G. G. R. Sharp, | s+. Silvia Onorato; ss, Prospector; #8
as a result of its previous efforts |. A” dtavhes YO My. LE The latter are composed o “FLIGHT oy it ee OBE. M.L.C¢ Hon. F M’ | Europea; 58. -Alcoo C avalier 5s
d Ss, t ‘ : . . . 7 -eaTs a as ‘ ow cnown ey > . serine ea re : ' >
Johnson, hitting freely all}, ith MCP. 76. Mr. A. P.|*quns non-commissioned officers a it faite ihe ogee le 4 ‘| Kerr-Jarrett, Custos of St. James} 8" nf, apmecmnsr: 6 Gaatt der daas
i tscored his mith, MC.F., ’ a *| who are required for the technical }a4na its meiow Taste 1s sal to) and a member of the Sugar M: ~ | Ban fo; , Bou . e. Jur
round the wicket outsco Cox 76, Mr. L. L. Gill, 74, Mr ; : : i compete favourably with more ex-| 224 8 member 1e Sugar Manu-| cai; s.s. Cape Sable; 8.8. Alcoa Partner
more illustrious partner, and * mn Gooding 67, Mr. H. A. |peReand who since their demobil- te edie ve “1 more €X-! facturers Association, Mrs. G. G.|s.s. Kettlemans Hills; 5.8. Alcoa Pen-
with seven fours in his first 50 WwW T. Gooding 67, Mr : gn isation have been engaged injpensive rums imported from!R > Sharp, Chairman of the| nant: ss. Mercator; 8.8, Chesapeake; 6.8
scored out of 72, caused the| Carter 66, Mr. G. R. Hilson |skilled trades. They have already | elsewhere Jamaica Women's Federation, Dr, | Buccaneer; &.8. Paraguay; ss. Dolorsa:
fleld to spread out. At the close he | 64, risC. TAeWiame 8 been warned of an imminent call] A numbered ticket was also] Donald Fitz-Ritson, solicitor’ Mr.| *{) Hat Creeks #4; Regent | teopare:
had scored 64 out of 110 for the s eT to the colours for active service.|yiven to purchasers of a bottle of{ Louis Byles, Parochial Board Sec-| Gnid; 6.5, Alcoa Patriot Samana
artnership, and had looked a St. Philip The defense ministry staff is re-| First Flight or its equivalent in retary, and Miss Cicely Waite-| .s. Stugard
fe better player than Miller Mr. H. L. Smith topped the |portedly recommending that 100,-/any other brand and on Sunday|Smith, the latter three being
“The English fielding through-| polls at the St. Philip Vestry 000 class Z be called up. December 31, the lucky ticket|members of the local M.R.A
out the day was keen, and Simp- Elections with 140 votes. Mr The troops in training and those|as drawn ‘which netted the/ group. : i ‘ a
son. Washbrook and Parsee $2 S. Miers 4g soe iil already ee ee aa holder either a return trip to Bar-| ——~__EE ~ ACID asa) ea LESLIE CHARTIS
2 i ing off possible ;cesstu’ new cé ates Aes: me ; : bados or $87.40 in cash or} f aN
expelled sea sone ; votes and therefore filled the seat |} fisenhower command. J Series tee ; “|Bird, Mr. C. A. Kelsick Crown " PA a PC Pd
er vacated by Mr. A. G. Farmer we These will include the Brigade Concluding his advertisement, Attorney, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ~\ Check both at Tila ee
— has retired. The unsuccessful|of Guards and the Household stunt the two storey building was|Karam, Mr, Basil Dias, Magistrate, Westlaw aie
candidates were two other new-| Guards and the Household tha hans ae great metivite on| Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harney, Mr.{ ry Tee
I ruman comers, Mr. D. Brathwaite 83 and{Cavalry. They will as always Sunday as scores of the isiand’s'Levi Joseph, Mr. A. E, Peters, , :
Mr. E, Greenidge 76. : remain under the command of the |* ae ee nie te ite ru | Keeper of Prisons, Mr. and Mrs Alka-Seltzer quickly checks acid A PAN
F Pace 1 The other successful candidates |General Officer Commanding the dignitaries witnessec he ¢ aw ii eer ay Ons, Mr. ; indigestion and headache caused BOOK
eee r yarner - : ; iti { the first ticket by the Hon |Antoine Younis, Mr, and Mr iz k
id: “ 11 continue to work]are Mr. D. D. Garner, M.C.P., |r ondon district, who is tradition-!of the fr: : Riis: Cilfatch ss “hi as by unbalanced eating, overwor
said: “We w e Senn ite of inter- |138, Mrs. F. E. Daysh 137, Mr. atiy an officer who has served with V. C. Bird, M.L.C., which went to) ¢ lex, Camac ho Mrs. F Eid, Mr. or worry. Analgesic and alkaliz-
tay peagetil Ser eTny E. L. Moore 122, Mr. T. Lyte 110,|cither the Household foot or Osborn Nathaniel of Freetown and Mrs. Alfred Sarkis, Mrs. Jean ing ingredients work two ways
national ee era Mr, R. S. Weekes 99, Mr. T. D. Lp ee re ba enastas Village. The second prize ticket| Sark family, Mr and eo 3 for effective relief. Have
ruman outline A , os ae " ; pevary rei et tenn niniie . ? >; | Asot Michael and family, Mr. an L- = 3
jechives of the United States Re- | Mayers 90, Mr. A. Skeete 85, Mr. | ""rhe third group of services in- was drawn by the snoo. F : Tt. = 7 chall a : at at Pintty, a supply handy—always.
armament Programme and also R. 'B. Skeete 85. chides the Royal Navy, RAF and|Christian and the ho Aen Ke ee Ser 'and Bite, Sosnnh (MiciAet ane ;
said that the United States was St. James ground troops allotted the task of | Joseph of Kentish Series eh difamily and the Members of the Alka-Seltzer
“preparing for full wartime mob- In St. James Mr. S. A. Walcott |the defense of the Commonwealth j 24 bottles of First Flight tum a Hell's ai Binal” Gand’ Ge
ilisation if that should be neces-/again topped the polls with 249 in the Far East $10.00 in cash. The third prize 8 lied tk music
sary”. votes while Mr. J. H, Wilkinson,| These will remain within the|ticket was drawn by Mr. EB. E.)supph ve mu “pe aL ay Sie A ity 8
“He said that the United States]M.C.P. came next with 232. command of the Ministry of|Harney, Barrister at Law which Sa
was building fast her armed Mr. J. M. Crick one of the new | Hefence.—INS. netted the holder $15.00 in cash
forces up to active strength near- candidates was sucpenstl Among those who witnessed o
> 3,500,000 men and women. 186 votes. He replaced Mr, W. W. —_— -—. drawing were Mr. George
ly inated States was going to]Denny who got 166. Mr. C. A. Jabitz, travelling representative ot
produce not only all weapons andj Coppin with 164 and Mr. C. B. TWO FLIGHTS TO Gulfstar Fabrics (USA), Mr. Farid ®
equipment for such armed forces | Searles with 159 were the other : NCENT Sauwma of Surinam, Honourable}
but also weapons for its. a two ats _— who were un- ST. Vi ; aod Mrs, 8. 'T. Christian, Hon, V
é reserve supplies he said. € | successful. , |
Eo, = of this, we will The other members of the Ves- From next week there will be
build the capacity to turn out on|try are Mr. E. Holder 221, Mr.|two direct airmail dispatches from
short notice arms and supplies] A. L. Jordan 221, Mr. G Massiah | Barbados to St. Vincent every
that may be needed for a full }209, Mr. S. Massiah 208, Mr. A. G.| week. Previously two dispatches 8
scale war”. Jordan _ w here eo left every week, but only one TH
x 184, Mr, D, E, Webster 170.

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ee “TAKE OVER FROM #82iTisi - to “expose the instigators of war” in 1951
The “Soviet News,” published by the press

ACTION

THE two Houses of the Legislature m¢
to-day after the Christmas recess and they
enter on the final stretch of the extended
session. It is noteworthy that during this
legislative session there has been free and
full discussion of divers matters affecting
the general welfare but there has been in-
sufficient action taken. The opening of the
final session, affords ar excellent onpor-
tunity to atone for this omission.

et

Among the measures which have been
discussed at length during the earlier por-
tion of the session were schools, housing,
the control of Public Utilities, and playing
fields throughout the island. Thanks to
the generosity of the British taxpaye:
sum’ was allocated for housing of workers
in the sugar industry and this has been
handled in a statesmanlike manner. An
effort has been made to improve the ac-
commodation in schools but owils, \o .«
unfortunate setting up of a department
outside those already established there has
been a halt in the work. This, while
causing some delay, does not however kill
the effort.

a

The same cannot however be said with
regard to the deep water harbour and the
registration of voters under the adult
suffrage bill.

A Deep Water Harbour means so much
to the economy of the island that it should
be the first concern of those interested in
the general welfare. Already we have lost
much of the transhipment of cargo which
brought revenue and employment, and it is
the absence of this harbour which makes
the handling of such cargo as there is such
an expensive item at Bridgetown. Each

ton now costs approximately 18/- at this
port while in Port-of-Spain the sum is 8/-
and in Georgetown 9/-. This local high
charge increases the cost to the local con-
sumer.

| It is true that the programme laid down
by the present government was an ambi-
tious one. The mistake was made in not
giving priority to some of the schemes;
the result is that there has been a general
failure to bring them, laudable as they
were, to fruition.

It is not too late for the members of
the House of Assembly to resolve to sacri-
fice some rhetoric on the altar of action.
It would be in the public interest and
might be perhaps the means of convincing
many of their supporters that they are de-
serving of continued trust or worthy of the
support given them.

The duty of legislators is not merely to
assure constituents of their strong desire
to improve the common lot. Their main
duty is to attempt to improve the econom-
fie condition of the island. This is more
likely to be achieved if action is substituted
for talk.



Inconvenient

THE motoring public must still wonder
whether during the erection of stop signs
and studs at the road junctions in this
island there was not some attempt to play
a practical joke on them.

There can be no doubt that traffic need-
ed some control and it could only have
been done by means of regulations such
as have been passed. They have con-
tributed to an orderliness long desired in
this island but in a few instances there is
need for revision.

Studs should be placed at junctions so
that motorists can obey the law and still

From Eric Grey:

















Three hundred and fifty girls
broke of Teheran’s high
choo! The gates were locked, so
th gaily climbed a 9fi. wall
whi the headmistress and her
staff looked on

It might have been a. prank

} But the girls gravely took their
p € the head of a mile-long
s i cession and marched to

| Pariiam -square (The boys
teachers had t mn more co-opera-
tive. They jet them out by the
front gates

Over their heads they waved
banners cove with graceful

An English-speak-



Persian scr



ing byst jer obligingly trans-

lated them for me. “Abdlish the

oil concession” and “Nationalise

the British oi] company” were the
main slogans

Outside Par! ament thousands
took thea vo.

Rvosias Hand Seen

H nueh the idea ma

en’ Persian national pride,

n Persiar re fully aware that

ney hav ther the technical

"! por the experience to exploit

elds in the

it eir rulers leased to

he lo-Iranian Oil Company
| 4 ago.

|} Some profess to see Russia’s

the current agitation

vhat has now become



t largest single investment
he Micdle East—a giant which
duced 30,000,000 tons of oil ¥
> year just ended.

| For while the Teheran Press is
| ashing itself into a fury against
1e oil company, Russia has never
een on better terms with the
2ersian Government.

But old-timers here take a djf-
rent view. They call this “the
test hold-up of “modern




e

mes

! ‘Nationalists’

The girls who broke school to

irch in the procession, the rows
a Parliament, the anti-British
rticles which fill the Teheran
*ress—all are the work of eight
nembers of Persia’s House of
3Sommons. They style themselves
he “National Front.”

With understandable cynicism
na country where political office
s regarded as the legitimate road
| _o riches, they have set themselves
he task of bringing down the
Government on the oil issue by
urning it into a question of na-
ional pride

The student march recently near-
ly brought them success, The Gov-
ernment avoided defeat only by
pulling its supporters out of the
House so that there was no quo-
rum when the division was called.

Today General Aly Razmara,
Persia's tough hard-bitten soldier-
Premier told me he has no inten-
tion of resigning. But he also said
that he is now compelled to seek
negotiations for a new agreement
with the oil company.



(This is t'.e third in a serie: of articles
examining Britain's five years of “Cradte
| to Grave" Socialism)
By FRED DOERFLINGER

| LONDON, Jan. 3.
| Rising living costs and the high-
est taxes in the world are hitting
the masses hard to-day in Brit—
ain’s socialist ‘Welfare State.”



Nearly one person in every
four of the working population of
23,000,000 is clamouring for
higher wages. Even the backbone
of the Labourite Party—the trades
union congress — has voted for
outright repeal of the govern-
ment’s fast—thawing “wage
freeze.”

Despite elaborate social security
jschemes, heavily subsidized food
j and Marshall Plan Aid, the British

people are struggling desperately
to make ends meet.

Looming rearmament costs will
add to the “sacrifices” demanded
of a nation already living on the
“austerity” programme of post-
war years.

American dollar loans and Mar-
shall Plan Aid, coupled with
increased productivity, have guar-
anteed full employment—but the
bloodless revolution ending in the
“Welfare State” has pushed taxa-
tion up and up.





In Persia the row grows

over the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company, in which Britain
has a controlling interest.
This control stems from a
master-stroke by WINSTON
CHURCHILL, when he was
First Lord of the Admiralty
in 1914. To protect the
Navy's oil he talked the
Government into putting
up £2,000,000 for the Com-
pany. Today that investment
is worth £ 62,000,000.

—

That is where the
ment comes into
There is a new

“holdup” ele-
the picture:
agreement with
the company It was negotiated
two years ago. Under its terms a
cheque for £45,000,000 is waiting
to be collected by the Persian
Government when Parliament
ratifies the agreement.

Needs Cash

The Government needs the
money badly. Much of its for-
eign exchange has been squand-
ered on the high-powered Ameri-
can cars which crowd Teheran’s
streets and other luxuries. The
Treasury is almost empty. And
where to find funds with which
to pay the army of civil servants
in the next months is a problem.
Greneral Razmara therefore was
anxious to see Parliament ratify
the agreement

Instead of doing so rarliament
was thrown into turmoil by the
agitation of the National Front.
Its members roundly denounced
the general and his Government
as “traitors,” and accused him of
selling Persia's birthright for a
paltry £ 45,000,000. ‘

“I trust,” the general said, ‘that
the oil company will be more flex-
ible when we start our new talks.



LIVING COST UP

household goods, clothing and
transport fares have jumped—
some by as much as 25 per cent

Despite higher wages (the
average wage to-day is $17 weekly)
worr'ed Britons complain they
cannot buy as much to-day as
they did with lower wages in
1938, Food prices are estimated
to be 65 per cent. more than pre-
war; clothing two and one-half
the pre-war cost; and household

goods have doubled or trebled
in price.
A pre-war pack of cigarettes

was 18 cents; now it is 49 cents
A haircut price is nearly doubled;



POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER





Veheran

© miles 300 5 |
SS

“It is nonsense for us to talk of ,
nationalising the company—we
cannot run a cement factory our-
selves. So how could we manage
Abadan, the largest oil refinery 1n
the world?

“But we do want a better agree-
ment.” °

That, in simple terms, means
higher royalties. And the oil
company is by no means certain
that it can pay them,

The agreement already negoti-
ated offers Persia the highest
royalties paid to any Middle East
oil country. It nearly doubles her
revenue. 7

Refused

The Americaus recently com-
pleted a giant pipe-line .rom
Saudi Arabia to the Mediter-
ranean. Another is being built
from the rich Kirkuk fields in
Iraq.

The Anglo-Iranian company
has been refused permission to
build a pipe-line across Iraq to
the Mediterranean. It has to send
its oil by tanker around Arabia
and through the Suez Canal—
which adds 3,000 sea miles to the
journey to Britain. ’

So while the low-royalty field at
Bahrein is rapidly expanding pro-
duction of cheap oil, it is unlikely
that the Anglo-Iranian company
will seek to increase production
this year.

“Paying higher royalties now
will be like killing the goose that
laid the golden eggs,” company
officials here say.

Meanwhile, the National Front
sports another feather in its cap
today. An Indian oil company,
learning of the rumpus in Parfia-
ment, has cabled its good wishes
to the Front leaders and offered to
purchase all Abadan’s output—if
and when the Persian Govern-
ment nationalises the company.

°* Five Voars or Socialism”

followed the September, 1949,
money devaluation; and the war
in Korea caused a jump in wor'd
prices.

Internally two factors are at
work. One is the fact that
increases on nationalized freight

charges now are beginning to
work through the entire price
structure.

The other factor can be attri-
buted to government policy.
Superficially it is the hiked taxes
on gasoline and other purchases
which is most, obvious.

Basically the damage is being
done by the fact that these in-
creases have come on top of an
already high leve) of taxation,
itself super-imposed on increasing
coal and power costs.

Everyone has the “bare neces-
sities’ apart from the_ ever-
present housing problem, Ration-

ing of food and clothing by
coupons has been abandoned—
but now there is “rationing by

purse.”
Sweeping redistribution of in-
comes through taxes has cut
upper and middle class living
ruthlessly. Traditional glories of
Britain are fading. Aristocrats sell
lands, homes, farmiily treasures,
to make ends meet. Or they open,
for the price of admission, their
“stately homes” for public inspec-
tion.
Middle-class live

families in

_cluding Semyon Babyevsky’s novel,

department of the Soviet Embassy in ! ondon
said new films will include “Farewell, Amer-
ica,” which “exposes, the American war-
mongers and shows the peaceful endeavours
of the Soviet peoples.”

The script for this expected 1951 hit has
been written by Alexander Dozhenko after
Annabelle Bucar’s book, “The Truth
American Diplomats.”

The Cinematography Ministry ap-
proved a plan for the producticn of feature
films in 1951. They will account for 70 per
cent of all new films to be produced during

about

has

; the year.

The ‘Soviet News” said the 1951 films “will

| depict the peaceful constructive endeavour
| of the Soviet people at plants, factories and

on the farms.

“Films will also be made of a number ot
outstanding works of Soviet literature, in-
“The
Cavalier of the Gold Star,” which describes
the life of collective farmers in the Kuban
Valley granary; and Light in Koordi, by the
Estonian writer Hans Leberecht, dealing
with the development of collective farming
in Estonia.”

The paper said there will be other films
such as “The Battle for Coal,” telling of the
Soviet miners; “The Green Road,” on the
innovators in Soviet railway transport; and
a film about a village doctor.

Scores of popular scientific and documen-
tary films will also be produced in 1951 along
with special films devoted to famous Russian
admirals, poets and Bolshevik party leaders.



—LN.S.
Dont Kiss Her Hand

LONDON
KISSING a lady’s hand in_ Britain,

although generally liked by women, is con-
sidered a “barbaric custom.”

Such is the advice given to Polish volun-
teer workers and displaced persons working
in East Anglia by the Polish authorities.

Other illuminating advice contained in the
“good conduct” guide given to the Poles says
that Englishwomen are “modest and _ sin-
cere.” “The kiss of a woman does not au-
thorize anything. It is quite often an expres-
sion of friendliness.”

Of eating, the Poles are advised, “Do not
use a toothpick. British people eat in a dis-
creet and elegant way.”

And finally, the guide says “An English-
man often criticizes his government, customs
On no account let yourself
It would be tactless, as

and traditions.
be induced to assent.
if a guest criticized your wife.

“Duels are not known.

with his fists.
prive us of all | sy mnpethy, "N.S.

Hope Was Top

LONDON
AN AMERICAN film proved to be the best
1950 moneymaker for British movie houses.
A poll among 5,410 British exhibitors for

the Motion Picture Herald showed the ten

best “box office” films as follows :
1. Annie Get Your Gun (U.S.)
2. Blue Lamp (British)
3. The Wooden Horse (British)
4. Odette (British)
5

ish)

Treasure Island (British)
Father Of The Bride (U.S.)
Fancy Pants (U.S.)

Forsyte Saga (U.S.)

. Al Jolson Sings Again (U.S.)

ovr anne

1

Anirican film stars also headed the list of





An Englishman is
always ready to settle a score on the spot
The use of a knife would de-

. The Happiest Days of Your Life (Brit-

operate their vehicles conveniently. It is Indirect taxes—the kind hurting shabbier homes. They are giving|top international moneymakers which
3 , the wage-earner most—are higher up such privileges as having a showed :
little use to arrange the studs so that when [than anywhere else in Western servant. They are tet 1. B b H
j 3 Europe. Most of the Revenue last former taken-for-grant ameni- 0 ope.
the front wheels of the vehicle has stopped, year from purchase taxes actually ties to get. money to send their} 9 Abbot and Costello
the driver cannot see on either side of the [did not stem from levies on real C children jto what they consider} ©" Be
corner; it is less use to put them at the oe ee les ae Fees 3 “But, Lady Ltttlenampton, are the “right” schools. 3. Anna Neagle (British)
: ‘ clothing, recKC ig, c ery—' . a ha : can a : sa:
top of a hill such as at the junction of | most needed by the wage earner thes is all worong—t should pe ae he so-called jteee, and easy 4. Jean Simmons (British)
. : ; 5 ‘ ‘ ~ > more. +43
Bridge Road and Hindsbury are taxed at 33 1/3 per cent ife of pre-war days is no 5. Jack Warner (British)
7 Ae And now that rearmament offici- h ag
: Living costs are going up, end a drink of beer is two to three ally is expected to “slow down” 6, John Mills (British)
The promise of angle mirrors has not it looks like even more taxes are times more; and so is whisky. recovery the outlook ae some] 7 James Stewart
: going to be piled on the suffering years to come is even darker,

yet been redeemed and with the number Sets = Pies eer em Several factors caused the in- (Tomorrow: Two leading mem- 8. Alan Ladd

of vehicles increasing dai > j . In 1950, prices of scores of creases, and an external one is bers of the two main British

the motorist b g ally the plight a con ‘i odities including butter, beyond the Socialist government's Holitical Parties argue their z ae ae B h) I

s ecomes worse. alge aa co coffee sserts ol. A rise in sterling prices respective cases.) R P t itish)—I.N.S
ibacon, eggs, tea, coffee, desserts, contro ri gt r . Robert Newton (Bri N.S.
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Education for the problem:— the interest of the children of cent raffle by which the League’s Our thanks are also due to Mrs. lutely no chance of making a1
To The Editor, The Advocate— The public Secondary schools Barbados, to recommend the film funds have benefited to the ex- Skewes-Cox for designing and covery.

SIR,—The recent educational C22"ot accommodate the number Miracle on 34th Street which ts tent of some $1,675.00. making display cards; and finally 1 had twenty birds in my yai
set-up and the overcrowding of of children, We have plenty of Showing at the Aquatic Cinema For donating the handsome to all those willing helpers who and every morning I picked (
Secondary schools is causing alarm Cducated youngsters on the un- this week? Edmund Gwenn takes prizes our thanks are due to:— sold a fiokete, and to the public two or three dead ones, they
to parents of all classes, In order employed list, who are capable of the part of Father Christmas in Mecers. Wim. Sosar ecu, Senerally for buying them so gen- only two remaining now, and «

; ; 7 > ° . SSrs. 2 garty Ltd; Cave, gerously the ti f iting this lett
to equip a child to meet this day's teaching up to certificate stand- the Children’s .Toy Department gj)’ Se ar De Costa & crously. oi e time of writing this letter o
demands, parents are trying to ard. Make advance forms in the Bazaar at Macy’s Departmental ee Pe ee eon DOROTHY M. PHILLIES, has already begun to sicken.
send their children to secondary Clementary schools, raise the age Store in New York, and the story StL Thde REA GRE ERA 6: ‘esident. a4 5 eicane
schools, even at a sacrifice to Jimit, and appoint some of the Will delight children, and grown- ae eeeeoe ee ae es! Royal & Merchant Navy Welfare set re Sema ae ee
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ublic schools are all overcrowd- @ducation. This would help the Sentiment. ¥ > ms ontirere . : ; ; " ‘
er elie des oe rererows- Scucation,, Tula, Sauula, bein tne Nn" BARBARA SHARP. yun uesPumatecterers ol Tame, Foenl TypWioldl ©. Was alan’ and mat ego
are filled by merit of a test and @nd relieve the congestion in the a > vat defraying the cost of printing To the Editor. The Advocat pigs are trying to get them off
by age. The private schools are City schools This would be a VOR BET Py SNF, the raffle tickets. To Messrs SIR.—Can’t = - vocate. their hands before it is too late.
also overcrowded and many are Salvation to the masses Cave, Shepherd & Co. Ltd; fot SIR, an’t something be done
put on the waiting list, which is Hoping this wil] catch the eyes M.N.W. League providing space to exhibit the th : ists ie ae Sa pb aepcerely nope Shee ss Coes Tob
2 sad thing to parents anda keep of the powers that be To The Editor, The Adyocate— prizes and accommodation for sell- a Moa io he wholesale de- go any further than the two low-
back to the children. May I sug- PERPLEXED SIR,—On behalf of my com- ing tickets f Seaton row cholera which is er kingdoms.
gest to the head of the adminis- mitten wna f ential scoala el anal h raging at present throughout the The smallpox scare was bad,
fation to Sonfer with tt " Mi lo O 34th Street mittee may I solicit the courtesy To the Barbados Advocate, and island? fowls are dying by the but cholera in this island or any-
¢ a “ Education oe Ee Direc- — mirac € ms yf your columns to express our Radio Distribution for publicity: hundreds, and once the birds are thing akin to it la sommethi a

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ST. LUCIA FRUIT DAY

Lestat Eee sil

Piet A es



TYPICAL HARBOUR SC

E WHEN FRUIT

Aviation Chief
Praises Govt.

THERE is undoubtedly a great
future for Barbados as a centre
of international civil aviation and
the greatest praise Should
given to its Government for so
speedily complying with I.C.A.0’S

be

recommendations, Mr. K Mac
Aleavey, representative of the
North American. Regional Office

of the International Civil. Organ-
isation told the Advocate yester-
day.

He said that the only point of
criticism which he had to make
was the lack of adequate terminal
facilities which are so vital to-day,

but he felt sure that the Gov
ernment of Barbados was fully
alive to this lack in view of its

obvious altertness already to the
necessity for a modern and well-
equipped. international airport

Mr. MacAleavey arrived from
Trinidad yesterday for consulta-
tions with Wing Commander L. A
Egglesfield, Director General of
Civil Aviation in the British
Caribbean area and other civil
aviation officials in Barbados,

He said that he was in the

cockpit of the B.W.1.A. aircraft
on which he came from Trinidad
and was greatly impressed by the
excellent approaches to Seawel,
Airport and by the large construc-



tion programme which is now
underway.

Seawell will be a fully equipped
international aerodrome suitable
for both day and night operations
within the next few months,

and the recommendations of the
Aerodromes Committee at Havana
completely implemented in so far
as the basic characteristics of the
aerodrome are concerned
Regional Plan

Mr. Mac Aleavey said that this
is the first opportunity that a
representative of the Regional
Organisation has had to. visit
Barbados. and ‘the main point of
discussion at these talks will be
the implementation of the Carib-
bean Regional Plan formulated at
Havana in April last

The Council of I.C
proved this Plan
modifications within a month of
the closing date of the Havana
Meeting and it is a tribute to the

yeal
A.O. ap
with minor

soundness of the Plan that the
speedy action of the Council i
being matched by the speed of

implementation by the States con-
cerned.

The improvement of air naviga-
tion facilities in the Caribbean
Region is a primary responsibility
of I.C.A.O’S North American
Office which, like the four other
Regional offices of the Organisa-
tion is also responsible for the
implementation in a second
Region—the North Pacific

Mr. Mac Aleavey will also dis-

cuss the implementation of the
twelve Annexes to the Conven-
tion on International Civil Avia
tion. These Annexes are knwn as

the Standards and Recommended
Practices, and have been accepted
by the 58 Contracting States of
the Organisation and are now
contained or are being written
into their national laws. These
Standards are in constant process
of revlIew by the Divisions of the
Air Navigation Commission and
cover such subjects as Personnel

Licensing, Rules of the Air
Meteorological Codes, Maps and
Charts, Dimensional] Units,
Operating Practices, Aircraft
Registration Marks, Airworth-
iness, the Facilitation of Air
Transport, Air . Traffic Services

and Search and Rescue

Mr. Mac Aleavey expects to
leave on Thursday for Martinique,
but will be in the Caribbean area

until February 2 when he leaves
from Nassau by T.C.A for
Montreal.





Tahiti Stories
Are Not Real
—ADVENTURER

TAHITI is not an island of wine
women and as it
times shown on the
Charles Allmon adventurer,
author and photographer,
Advocate yesterday

Mr. Allmon, who has travelled
extensively, spent about a year in
Tahiti. In all his travels he found
the South Seas one of the most
interesting places

He said that Tahiti is a beauti-
ful. place The
In various movies
the majority of
do not tell of
islands

The majority of houses in Tahiti

song is

some-
Mr




screen,

told the

sceneries
real
the
life in

shown
but in
stories

these

are
cases

real




are bu lows with thatched
roofs. T > roofs last for about
three to five years before they
need repair The people still
wear “grass. skirts” and Mr
Allmon has been privileged on
many occasions to be adorned in
one of these.

The main industry is copra and
the population work extremely
hard at this, Nearly everywhere
cocoanut trees can be seen

He said that there
much pearl diving in
off the Tuamotu
which is north of
diving is an industry

is not very
Tahiti, but
Archipelago,
Tahiti, pear)



There is no tourist trade in the
South Seas About

four or five
ships visit these islands yearly
and there is no air travel. The
islands are almost 4.000 miles
from the mainland of North
America. He said, “It’s a long
vay to go to spend a two-week

vacation.”
Barbados is one
places that he has ever
but although the sea
good he would not
beaches are the best

Due For Bermuda
Ally t
years on f
he
February

of the finest
visiied,
bathing
that
has

is
the
seen





spent about
yur continents
leaves Barbados late in
he expects to visit Ber-
mud: r about three months
While there vill work for
Furness Line, The Bermuda Trade
Deve'opment Coard as well a
wor fo yazines ind motior
pictures

f
asf

he do



He h
Africa on
three in
plantation
the

is spent three years in West
rubber plantation
Honduras on a banana
and three in Liberia,
republic of Africa

a

negro

He was in Trinidad and Tobago
for three months last summer com-
pleting an article for the National
Geographical Magazinze. This work



will be published this year. Hi
first visit to Barbados was i:
August last year when he spent six
weeks

Half of his time is taken up
with work on motion pictures, H¢
has made a number of films for
major studios. He has also pro-
duced a number of industrial films
for commercial firms such as the

Standard Oil Company

He has given lectures in America
from coast to coast: Some of these
lectures were given at the National
Geographical Society, the Ameri-





can Museum, Town Hall, New
York, Colombia University, Car-
nevie Hall, Pittsburg, Orchestra

Hall, Chicago and Town Hall, San
Francisco
He i Who

Who's

listed in the
in America for 1950 and also in
the International Who's Who as

1 motion picture producer, author
and lecturer

He is planning this year to take
a trip to Belgian Congo where he
will spend nine months doing

NEW DOCTOR

Pz

Pn
Ss

ARRIVES

**TIMES”’
HE CLOCK over the Ideal
Store was back in its old

place yesterday with two pairs of
shining hands. Many pedestrians
who make it a habit of taking the
time from this clock were how-
ever disappointed, for although it
had “the new look” for some time
both faces carried wrong times.

At 12.15 p.m. the hands of the

Public Buildings’ clock was show-
ing the correct tume, The hands
on the eastern face of the clock
over the Ideal Store pointed to 12
noon and those on the western
side to 1.00 p.m, The clock at
Plantations Ltd. building, Beck-

With Place was then showing 9.05
a.m.

Fifteen minutes later when the
Public Buildings clock chimes
12.30 p.m., the hands on the east-
ern face of the Ideal Store clock
had then gained time. This face
Was also showing 12.30 p.m., but

ge hands on the western face
were now pointing to 1.05 p.m,
The clock at Plantations Ltd.
building was still showing 9.05

a.m, and the hands were not mak-
ing any attempt to move.

HERE IS one man who should

know every nook and cranny

of Pelican Island, This is the

British sailor, Reginald Tyrrell

who was quarantined there since
December 11.

When the Advocate saw Tyrrell
yesterday he was strolling from
one end of the island to the other
He even walked to the end of the
Jetty, which is the nearest part of
the island to Barbados. He shaded
his eyes with his hands and look-
ed towards Barbados, but the only
thing that was left to be done
after a good look, was to walk
back up the jetty and return to
his routine stroll—from one end
of the island to the other,

Tyrrell however expects to re-
turn to his homeland sometime
this week

he CYRUS, one of the most
feared speed trap Constables,
is back on the track of ‘ speedy

motorists and other offenders.

He was formerly stationed at
the District ‘B’ Station, St, George,
but from yesterday morning re-
sumed duty in Bridgetown

WO BICYCLES and a number





of other articles, valued at |
over $160, were stolen over the |
week-end. One of the cycles,
which is valued $60, was stolen
from the British Council Head-
quarters, “Wakefield”, Whitepark

Road on Saturday. It belongs to
Reynold Culpepper of Kensington
New Road

Another cycle, valued $80, was
stolen from the house of Carlton
Browne, Hastings, Christ Church,
between Friday and Saturday It |
belongs to Charles Blades. of
Union Hall, St. Philip

Thieves stole a bicycle from
the Acme Store, James Street on
Saturday

INE-YEAR-OLD

Howell, a_ schoolboy of
Hoyte’s Village, St. James, was
taken to the General Hospital on
Sunday morning and detained.
Howell fell from a plum tree in
the same district and was injured

Reynold

motion picture
articles

Mr. Allmon in Barbados
au guest of the Barbados Publicity
Committee, While here he will also
gather material for an article about
3arbados for the National Geogra-
phical Magazine which will b
illustrated with colour photo
graphs. He is staying at the Ocear
View Hotel.

as





PICTURED shortly after their
Saturday are Dr

Superintendent at the Mental Hospital
(centre) Medical Superintendent

and Mrs. Klimejy





fr

arrival at the Bagg wareho om England on the “Golfiito on
The Doct me to take the post of Assistant Medical
He and his v hatting with Dr. R. M. Lloyd-Still |
Mental Hospital



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







~ Any Day You Will Find The

Harbour Something Like This













A COMMISSION is now in
H FE i Ci il i ind loading facilities
ere or Uv iy, a representative
i ¥ . * 7 on
_ Aviation Talks
} ,
Carl Ages “et /
Sate) ; SHARK
r uo c ‘ | 4
in inform ch i M
eta ee OIL
n f Civil Av ' he
ri! @ are
The pur ; . ‘
how the British Cis i < ohictiimes supy
authorities could work tog 1 het l aft
the imp ement 2 eon boiled, 50-year-olc
ational Civil Aviat } Mayeock boat own
tion recommendation e Advocaie yesterday
Havana in April last r Maycock took up fishing 40
. years ago and for nearly the sé
tee. StL Atay brn aaa unt of years he has be
o carry out the r.C.A7@.. rece producing shark oil. He is one
mendations wherever possible and or the chief producers in the
immediate steps are being &aKken island
to meet present requirements by
the lengthening of Piarco runway He said that if the liver is fat,
to accommodate the B. 377 Bo g it gives a greater amount of oil
Strato Cruisers now being operated Sometimes the liver of an eight
by Pan American Airways foot shark may be dry and only
Mr. Agostini who is staying at yield a few pints of oil. On the
the Ocean View Hotel, will beother hand that of a four foot
returning to Trinidad later fn the shark may be fat and would give
week about four or five gallons

CANE GRINDING BEGINS

Spring Hall Factory, St. Lucy,
began grinding sugar cane yester-

day. Most of the factory machi
ery has been overhauled and a
new turbine alternator installed
Early yesterday morning labour-

ers were busy packing the loads
of cane into their donkey carts
which they carried to the factory

Searles Factory, Christ Church,
which was expected to start work-

ing yesterday would not be in op-
eration until January 15 as repairs
and checking are still being car-
ried out. An extra boiler feed
pump and a _ boiler feed water
heater have been added to the
machinery

General renewal and over-

hauling have taken up most of the

time. Among the other new
machinery is a filter press which
has been received

Four Square Factory in St
Philip will also be grinding on
January 15 if everything at th«

present goes well. This factory |
also received new machinery

cluding a boiler fed heater which
may enable the factory to grind
more canes, possibly two or three
tons more per hour than last year

Some of the other factories may
not be starting this month Fai:
field Factory may be ready by tt



i€



The price of a three gill bottle

of shark oil 1s from 60 cents to
three shillings. The oil is
strengthening and is more easily

taken with lime and salt.

Maycock
boats but
to turn over

three fishing
order his crews
the liver of sharks
that they catch, On many occa-
sions he is forced to buy the
livers ,

owns
cannot

Five of Maycock’s boats the
Caroline, Whip, Alanda, Ketura
Meore and Maybell—have all sunk
various occasions. They were
found, but the crews were
One boat was returning
fishing trip and sank off
the St, James coast. Some men
on the beach saw this and went
out in a boat to save the crew

on
never
saved
from a

Jchn, as he is known to the
majcrity of fishermen, occasional-
ly takes a trip in one of his boats

but he considers this “a pleasure
cruise’

When asked how shark oil is
roduced John said, “The only

to boil the liver
own oil

thing necessary is

vhich produces its

et

end of this month but again quite
a lot of repairs have to be carried
out .
Vaucluse and Carrington estate
are also making big repairs and it
is not sure whether they will be
able to start grinding this month



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» of the Advocate spent tw

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the waterlront and this is what he found

About 500
wharf
bags of charcoal,
pipes, broken
everite, empty

square fec of
congested

bales of w
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lower was

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tones and loose bits of coal while

ym the cemented strip opposite
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pairs

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on the wharf. On the othe
side of the street were lighter
fenders, old pieces of masts and
an oar or two,

Just a few yards on, lorries wer
lined up taking cargo direct fron
lighters and for another 50 yards
cargo lying on both sides of the

first

crane,
iron roads

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cargo included two loads of lum
ber for the Speightstown schoor
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Clean And Quiet

From the Challenor steps on
ward the wharf was clean and
quiet. A few stones were the only
blemishes. Little boys took the
opportunity to fish in the Careen
age.

Opposite Nelson's statue, an
sther launch was up in the roa
for repairs and still further in the
street, cartermen had left thei
hand-car donkey-carts anc
mule-carts. It’ would have been
difficult for two lorries to pass
abreast at that spot A barber
and a group of idlers took their
usual hang-out on the enclose
spot on which the Government
erane stands

Lumber covered a large part of

the waterfront around the inner
basin of the Careenage

Around the inner basin of the
Careenage, the first thing that

struck the eye ws three hawkers
displaying their ware to the pub
lic on the road Seven refresh-
ment carts were parked near
the pottery.

The busiest section of the water-
front, was along Fairchild Street
A row of evergreen trees, divid
ing Fairchild Street and
waterfront, encouraged quite
number of cartermen with thei
animals and carts, refreshment
carts, two barbers

number of idlers, some of whom





and a larger |

passed the time by playing games. ;

Untidy Section
Fodder, bits of waste paper
pieces of card, heaps of stuff and
animal droppings made this sec

tion look very untidy, Lorrie
lined one side of Fairchild Street
and with the animals on the othe:
side, space for traffic was again
limited

Tally clerks and waterfront}
workers were busy in getting th
lumber removed all the while

|
|

The tally clerks sat in chairs on'

the street, but yet they were hid
den by the lumber

A schooner occupied the heave

down-berth of the inner basin of
the Careenage. The schooner wa
on one side so the crew wert

occupying a little hut which stands
on the wharf In the vicinity
were large pieces of iron and
stones which serve as ballast—the
schooner’s life boat, large pole
and part of the riggings of the
schooner

It was difficult to gain entry or
the other side of the Careenage
Pier Head side, After leaving th
Chamberlain bridge, barrel
drums and boxes blocked the way
to such an extent that pedestrian



had to pass in single file. A lorry
was at the time taking a load of
cargo,

Another 40 yards on and a con
plete block was caused by troll
lines, bundles of galvanize, bale
of wire. There were also. soft
stones, marl and a heap of sand
stretching across the width of the
wharf One of the warehouse
was under repairs, Workmen wet

busy cutting stones

Before reaching the dock, drums
f cola and empty molass¢
irums were piled up





One motor vessel, the Lady Joy
was berthed alongside the Pie
Head discharging cargo. Coal dus
its of tirewood and pieces of
fruit kin vere trewn aroun
the berth and iain handeart
were on the scene

An encsgement on the Piet
Head was congested with bags of
charcoal and logs of firewood, Thi
spot was enclosed for this purpose
ind is seldom found empty





The end of the Pier Head

who stripped off his clothes
take a dip in the Careeaage, It was





|

was
free of life except for a little boy
to





indeed the cleanest part of the
wharf
FREE MUSIC

PEOPLE who passed ove;
Chamberlain Bridge a little afic
3 p.m., yesterday had an un
expected musical “freene from
the Mobile Cinema |
The Cinema wa drawn
opposite Messt Manning & Ce
having it amplityin
checked, Meany it

ng off torrid calypsoe

It will be back on it usu
ounds next weck, the Advecat
was told

9 Sanilac Saas a

On white and dark backyro
Cocktail or Party Gow) 6
Per vd $1.95, $2.22 £2.93

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Also:



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3/- PER BOTTLE
lodine

and Black Currant
Crookes for Tonsilitis, Sore Throat, Ete.

BRONCHIAL COUGH SYRUP

f of Bronchitis,

Pastilles;

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Pink

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PANTIES and BRIEFS

Pink and White
From

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and CREPE
White

White



$2.33 to $5.67

$2.01

NYLON PANTIES
and BRIEFS



From

$2.96 to $5.16

NYLON SLIPS

SLIPS—From
NYLON

NIGHT-DRESSES

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Benberg in Floral Designs

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fifty-one Countries on all six that reflocta B.O.A.0's 31-year
WE'LL HAVE COFFEE IN THE LIBRARY, WATKINS. continents means that rew
¢ : ‘ BY THE WAY, THOSE PAPERS ON THE old tradition of Speedbird Ser
HASN'T LOOKED AT THEM YET... a SIDEBOARD...BRING THEM TO journeys are too far, need take
THEY'RE ON THE SIDEBOARD... wo! ¥ ME AFTER MISS LANE too long. vice and experience,
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From Barbados to Piying Time Flights Return Pare
Kingston by B.W.LA...| 6% Hre. | Weekly |
London .. es oe te Pay | 2 # 212 00
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Also Regular Speedbird Services to Burope and South America
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PUBLIC LIBRARY



Germany, Japan

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Savary Tells
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: MELBOURNE, Jan. 8. |local Harbour and Shippitig] — (From Our Own Corr t sania’ eee : hae
DIED F@R RENT | Applications are invited from men, between the ages of 21 and} Germany and Japan who were |Department yesterday said that a} PORT. OF-SPAIN, Jan, 5 pane Whek Sa Fred Koval
4 . * » ‘ : “ — Y r » | - é i van, « Tas whet eu t 7 wC
40 years, for training overseas in the work of a Librarian. Applicants| readmitted to the International large tree was seen on January 7 Memvers of the Pa lative j t nited t 6
seinen tieee: * ae + . s D v ‘ 747 Jorth 83.48 , s 4 shi epeski ¢ e Uni { € >
t night i Read: | TRELAWNY and Bungalow. — On Hast- should hold the minimum quélification of a recognised School Certi — Tennis Federation Jast year We Lage nt oe as bape: = =. | Council were lectured on the cul- | 3—6; 6—4; 4—6; 6-3 in the final
Brittons fi.1, James Winston Bec; | ings main Road. Trelawny has three bed-| ficate with credits in English and one other language. Preference will | ®@V¢ challenged Avstralia in the) Ss". ° ikaechicin. | tivation of the spirit of tolerance —-Reuter.
ces, (1p). See eee ave ware) | rooms with running water, usual pub-| 14 give University Graduates 1951 Davis Cup competition. dangerous to navigation | by the Speaker of the House, the | ————————————————=——
late residence at 4 o'clock AFP! | lic rooms, Bungalow two bedrooms witn| be given to University Graduates, Thi : d 4 . n
this evening for Saint Paul's Churen | sunning water, usual public rooms. Neat | © Shin salbntad Saiki caite ie ired net irteen nations hav so far OLS | Hon William Savary, K.C. when
and thence to Christ Church pari-h| s+ Matthias Gap. Apply on premises. | ”~ e See Vee pee Sears to take the challenged. They include: Britain, || they met on Friday,
chureh for interment i _|c. BE. JEMMOTT 91.50—2n.| Correspondence course offered by the Regional Library (British Coun-| South Africa, India, Yugoslavia, ” | This followed the revelatior
Jane (wife) Winston, Irvine, Clancey UAB 4s 7 ee, Ruts. ie Nethallnds, teaky Just What 1 Wanted! be
Orrie, Mrs. Neen Luke ‘chiidren), John | ==. | cil) from January to June 1951 leading to the Entrance Examination Poland, and Switzer! aA s, Italy, || . that a member of the House, an-
B Beckie agree ; wie aes PU mt SAI ES | ef the Library Association. Subsequently he may be required to attend 5 tee ees Heute That is what nearly | eared or = lacing St fenane can be Cu red
ae —_~—- —--- — -—-— Hl co un i ee a ee ag get * : 4 f —Reuter every Housewife says |of another member during a d :
& recognised Library School in the United Kingdom for a period « when she sees the | bate had made use of threatenir “
THANKS eeoninnaee cne year commencing September, 1951 in order to qualify as a Cla | HANDY | language in the Council Chambet | There are thousands of m@ifand women
ie cee Bae al AUCTION tered Librarian. New C I | et aor ecmendone The Hon. Ranjit Kumar durin who oe way agony day and night
We the undersigned beg to return | ———-——-~— ance neta sem 3. It is intended that the selected candidate should be attached a complete with Flints 44c. each the course of discussion on the use of pile trouble, who ¥o not know
thanks to the many friends and sym-]|_ By instructions received I will sell on . s e r os ine Bite ain’ masts subject alleged that he had been ; that every chemist stocksa special remedy
pathi-ers who sent flowers, wreaths, | Thursday, 11th at 12 noon at “CALAIS",| to the staff of the Library in the first instance and be appointed (From Our Own Correspondent) * "GET ONE TODAY threatened at - three, that does most sure! d quickly bani:
letters and other tokens of sympathy on | Dover, large round table and other tables, | |... i A Bt B 3 PORT_OF_-SPAIN SET ONE TOLDAY | SO threatened a pout two or iret { : ely and quickly sb
the occasion of the death of GWENITH Upholstered couch, rush bottom chairs, | Substantive Likrarian when the Office becomes vacant in April, 1953, N oe . Jan. 5. | times after a meeting | the misery of this wretched trouble. /
2 a r" o waggon, larders, ‘hi . ssware, - nei » on anrtorily i ” ani ew rato : ———E —/ aker ] .
ALLICE \Vie) STANFORD of Orange paagon, farders. china, tlasware. a | Provided he completes satisfactorily the course in Library training. | ;."ADrit a rnd 1 Soe But the Speaker did not i:-| | Make aconfidant of your chemist. Asie
“Joseph N. Stanford thusband) re-|SPrings, ‘mattresses, chest of drawers, 4. Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, intends to use them for rice aor names of the Hon. Mer,,| him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
- a . Ss S$, sins, canvas . * pers Bp one age Ms whom ce : . .
cently arrived from Aruba, os Merri Chairs, — Westinghovse Radio, | NCt later than the 13th of January. Further information will be sup- | rationing only, but if the Korean aeeenliiet had se made, and the So you this is no ordinary ointment,
amily. ——— ‘abinet Gramoph : a ; : . aiaai i . . cf 7 a i ni
as tart ane one ee ee eee, plied on application to the Secretariat. war develops into another world eomplainant—and this gave rise ae dantor ote ee Streaethe ning
Cash, Dial 2947, R. Archer McKenzie. - lets the cards will be used for to protestations on the part of the] 9 aaa ops the intense irrite
FOR SALE 7.1,51.—5n. | rations of other commodities, Opposition -_ - clears ale internal, external,
Fee ie Pa eo FE Pe en ee HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAY STREET. The Hon. Mitra G. Sinanan, | #fe oF bleeding piles.
AUTOMOTIVE tion at my office Victoria Street, on : ‘ ; LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE member for South Caroni hoped The unique tube in which Man Zan is
Friday, isth, at 3 pm 2.331 aguare feet The following progtamme of Day and Evening classes will open - aa = = 1s ” that the Speaker would make it, Sold makes this preparation so easy antl
— eee ee on New h + | e f . A. * rs inv » Fp : :
CAR 1947 V-8 Ford Sedan. ET double roofed board and shingle’ hai at the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday, 15th January to | ing i ok ra Cl et - en tha od clear that the members involved . clean to use. The big size supply, with
Seen, ee ee cn ve sere ie aaa ee ee Thursday 22nd March, 1951. | Weetbury Reed. Sh witetnel. for peyrett. (| were not members of the Opposi- | special applicator, is usually sufficient to
7.1.51—6n. | closet, bathroom, palings, palisades to the Monda aie etal Gate ten sate es = ! tion Bloc. \ clear away the most difficult case.
front. There is a new shop attached, y . Cumanine Sue Britons Hill, St ! Remember the name of this special
CAR One (1) Chevrolet can be} For conditions of sale apply to R. Archer 10.00 p.m.—12.00 noon Cake and pastry making. Michael Road, .% A I oo nee dy f a taleke
oe pets berwenen he ewes eae 8 pan. McKenzie. Dial 2947. 7.1.51.—4n Simple Dress Cutting and Sewing. i Dated this Sth day of January 1951 MAIL NOTCE | oe
2 any 5 ay. . ‘ i i i
Dalkeith. 3768. Tel. 6.1,51—6n. | _ BY instructions received I will sell at 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Simple Dressmaking. police Magistrate as. “AN TO-MORROW |
Feet neeneet .—_______—_ | Craig's Gaage, Roebuck St. opposite ; ; os 5 Mails for the United Kingdom by the
; Moravian Church on Th ¥ 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 pm. Tasty dishes and table laying. Signed JAS A. TUDOR & CO., ae Sor i + MR
CARS—1 A. 70 Austin, Small Mileage. ¢ n ursday Janu. ' per VOLMER TUDOR t 11 30 ss. Golfito will be closed at the General
1 Standard Ten Reasonable prices Dial—| HY 1th at 1 pm. (1) 1938 33 H. P. Rug-making. Applicant a . a.m. Post Office as under
2037 3.1.50—6n Mernd” Dich car m= perfect condition Tuesday N.B.—This application will be con- Furniture and Household effects Parcel & Registered Mails at 1.30 P m
; : Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, on the 17th
rom A Ma a vinceer onagmemn, | ™*3) am—12.00 noon Cocktail Snacks. oem te ei Suto be, : maa PLE REMEDY
yres. an ictioneer. : . y "7 a
Garkee. 5,1.51—5n. 6.1.51—3n, Elementary Dressmaking. we ee — January, 1951, at 11 “BLACKMAN’S” | ry em ie es eee es
STS 2.00 pm.— 4.00 p.m. Assorted dishes See EA |
s . ere , ren " - . * McLEOD, a St. Joseph |
ELECTRICAL REAL ESTATE 4.30 pm— 6.30 pm. Cake and Pastry Making. Police Magistrate, Dist, “A. ink: sen “eeveciend- wits sateue. TEI SHIPPING ta
ELECTROLUX OIL BURNING RE-| DesSIRABLE Dwelling howe calied Advanced pattern Drafting. . ———____ —____ Sepa rn, wie Carers. | ard
“BREEZ 9 fact fonowiag hurnitus ec ES
See re cramer eae Apply tan ee sanding on approxi-| Wednesday \ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE /§) ana enects. i MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ’ a ——>
; woh Maxwell Cc R perches of land at 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon Girls’ First Cookery Course. The application of Evans Carrington Offers may also be submitted (o | ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
The h oast Road, Christ Church. - | & Son of Bush Hall, St. Michael for per- the Auctioneer on the day of sale | M |
FURNITURE Deawing peer Snes open Verandah, Home Nursing. | mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c for the entire freehold property ‘@/ vg “TONGARINO™ Is sched led to | The M.V, “Daerwood” will ac=
RALPH BEARD SAAN Lethe Painted (202 Kitchen. Three ee ee 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Preserves and sweet making. | at a wall building attached to residence estat oe ne aoe | il Adelaide January 4th, Meibourne ||| cept Cargo and Passengers oe
e . e a | al . § acres o eav o . > 3 ue ce irenadn
peace Bia each un Pate | Gein room, tnd ine” water Advanced Dressmaking (i Baie manga He Mie |B) Spheres 88 Bey oh anaes ith, “Br anuary athe ||] SS Saleen eh
Chairs $5,00 each. Painted Dressing downstairs, One large bedroom and 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 m Caribbean Cookery To bE A. McLEOD, Bsq 5 " Large Dining Table; Dinine| Sydney February 7th. Arriving at Tri- | ‘Tar ' 1951
Tables $25.00 each. 3 ft. 6 ins. Vono| bathroom: upstairs. Usual conveniences 2 ee r De rik | Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” Chairs; Occasional Tables and yee first half March, 1951, Barbados vee
Springs complete with bed-ends $35.00.| downstairs. — Electricity throughout Advanced Dressmaking. | "Stoned EVANS CARRINGTON Chairs; Tip-Top Tables; China meres 1951. The MLV. “Caribues” will we
Unpainted Kitchen Tables $8.00 each Three reryants’ room and conveniences Th d = 7 for Applicants. Cabinet; Wine Cabinets; Linen , This vessel has aniple epene tee Mare cept Cargo and Passengers for
Unpainted Rush Chairs $4.50 each. Wath- | 1? yard. Garage for two cars. ursday . N.B.—This application ail Se oon ss; Tub Chairs, Tallboy, Hav ee ee Seen ao tia ent Dominica, Antigua, | Montserrat,
stands from $8.00 upwards. Also a large Pi or pbroprrty will be set up 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon Advanced Cookery and table laying. | .igered at a Licensing Court to be held Rack; Presses, (All Mahogany), tadine eect tiesent tt ean ‘is and St. Kitts, Date of de
variety of New Mahogany Furniture View| (hice amen Soest a eas iy | 2-00 p.m— 4.00 p.m, Cake and Pastry Making. i Police Court, District “A ‘on Thurs. |fl| Gane Armchairs, ang | Rocker’ |B) op ritish Guiana, Barbados, | Wind | to be notined

Furnishing Show Room, Hardwood Alley
Dial 4683. 9.1.51—5n



January 1951 at 2 p.m.

Inspection by appointment. Dial 8229.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,



Advanced Handicrafts.

4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. Advanced cake icing.

day, the 18th day of January, at

1) o'clock, a.m.

1951,

E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’'.






Chairs,
holstered

Couch

Bamboo Side Table,
and

Up
Chairs,

Wardrobes, Large Four Poster Bed







ward and Leeward Islands,
Por further particulars
TURNESS, WITHY &

LIMITED,

B.W.1. SCHOONER OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, Inc.

apply:
COMPANY,

Solicitor? Simple Handicrafts. as and Spring Mattress, Painted
LIVESTOCK y 1151—1in. Friday k ‘a 9.1.51—In, Furniture, Simmonds Spring for Reinke ors Telephone: 4047
BROOD MARE — Thoroughbred mare : vod katte: Mick hake, Geena & DA COSTA & Co, Ltd.,



ON THE SEA

10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon Simple Handicrafts.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



and Tables,

Book Racks, Gramo-
































































Wedding Gift, By Tolgus out of Wed- = ‘ Barbados,
ding March, to, foal momentarily for Modern. ‘Bungalow, + Daterenss teed 2,00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. Butlering. The application of Mortimer Reece of phone and Record Cabinet, Good BWI Agents. | em
sam. ; EB, .C, Bethel, ' Q Codrington Hill, St. Michael, { -
Se erient eet Shickeal’ Bhéne aise, baths, Overlooking Sea, own private 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. Salads and Deserts. | srloston thy wall’ Wo leita,-Malt Baa ors ae
ery one iy <1 Aiseish Bueackd ce we a are Simple Dressmaking. »| ot a board and shingle shop with shedroof
cn ee emery fee es o. pare Srey ; ; <= : ae i atteched at Codrington Hill, St, Michael | PASSAGES TO EUROPE
BULLS — Two well bred Bulls. One| “yy dirnaned WhllTaeec nace Gok Registration for all classes must be made in person, and will take |“ pated this 6th day of January 1951 Shades, (pair hand-cut), Large
as ee Sie Ge renpOreeS Gus by © Competition at their office place at the Housecraft Centre, between 10.00 a.m. and 12 noon, and TO tice Mastateete, Dee A" giass bandcut Barrel Shade, Lamp Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseat, Dominica, for: sail
?. F . . . ; . . a Bt Te e Sta a ac ‘Ss re “Us. ’ cl, se ay mi
Be bure bred Holstein bull out of 40] day u. igek nteeaertgetown. on Fri-} between 2.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. from Wednesday 10th January to Signed C. WHITE, Fe nee ett ae ene nea Near et bis .
pt. Holstein cow. Apply F. EB. C. Bethel, wae Friday 12th January, 1951. inclusive for Applicant mae Ka Maine, Diaee ing to Europe, The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or
Friendship, St. Michael, Phone 4184. i : tos ' ' < N.B.—This application will be con- ¥ . : . 33 sre £7 sual re tions © chi en.
ae : 7.1.51—3n. ‘te 9318, Sento pte ee at Fees must be paid in advance for the term, at the time of regis- | .jdered at a iiteanhg Court to be held Bal estcaere’ ‘Giakk Dam Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual reductions for children
7 ; aor . a . “ar "
ORPIES LL Bure urea Chow Chow Pure Bread Chow chow Top hock, Christ Church. tering. at Poles Govt Teak a o5, Ties Decanters, Canteen. Deanart ae 8
ve f vi $ : 2 dry, the y oO anuany |) * Cc —— a
Puppies Red, 9 weeks, Many Champions | peqre, cwellinghouse comprises | three 5/- for each course in Sewing, Pattern Drafting, Home Nursing, | {1 c'clock, a.m. Knives and Forks, Antique China

bedrooms with large built-in cupboards, Ornaments, large Mason Stone.





































assortment of Records (Classical
and Jazz) Tiger Skin Rug, Mats,
Rugs, 2 Reclining Wheeled Gar
den Chairs, (a) new) Plated
Candela , 7 pairs glass Candle |

















in pedigree. Howe. Whitehall St. Mi-| spacious lounge, dinin, a Rug Making and Handicrafts KE. A. McLROD, ware, Cider Mug, General Elec-
ael 25. | Phone 3626. t ' mw) Room) and mods seemed ; ce Magistrate, Dist. A’. tain Satake
I erneertaben, owether with’ Iwo. tiled! 10/-for each course in Girls’ First Cookery Course. aie I aide Ot ee: ee Eee et,
a rooms ; . . -
MECHANICAL garage. The i gh Uy pin RE ba 12/6d for each course in Cake and Pastry, Cake Icing, Assorted Radio 1948, Ladies Roadster Bi.
a Propert; mmands a mag. a ” 7
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PAGE EIGHT



2nd Division Cricket:

Empire Win Second

Division Trophy

By scoring a six points vict

ory over Leeward on Saturday

the last day of their seecnd division cricket match Empire
have become cup winners in this division for the season.

After bowling Leeward out
41 runs in their first
Empire replied with 145 runs on
the first day of play.

Leeward in their second inni ¢
were dismissed for 128 runs, K
Frost topscoring with 39 and K. D
Webster 19. L. Francis the Empire

spinner took four wickets for
59 runs.
Only needing 25 runs to wit

Empire lost only one wicket afte!
they scored 29 and when stumps
were drawn Frank Taylor

not out 19 and Bernard Bou

nine. A. Harris took the o
wicket for ten runs
A Lead

Pickwick secured first inni

lead over Police at Kensing

when they scored 183 runs

reply to Police 108 made on ‘

first day of play.

For Pickwick C. MacKen
seored a patient 35 while L. Fos!
the opening batsman hit a brec



38. B. Lashley topscored with ‘
The most suecessful bowler {6
Police was O, Marshall who to

four of the Pickwick wickets fo
43 runs after sending down tc‘
overs of which two were maid

overs.

When stumps were drawn Poli
were dismissed for 220 run
their second innings. B. Kinch
the foundation for a big sc
when he missed his century
eight runs. C. Amey batted we
to score 39.

For Pickwick T. Peter}
bagged four wickets for 49 ri
and H, Simmons three for 69 ru

At Y.M.P.C. Beckles Road,
Carlton—Y.M.P.C., match enc
in a no decision as Carlton w
had scored 142 runs in their fi
innings dismissed Y.M.P.C., d
the same amount, O, Edgh'!!
scored 52 runs for Y.M.P.C., wh t«
A. Cox took three wickets for
Carlton, Carlton in their seco:
turn at the wicket had scored 3%
runs for the loss of four wich
when stumps were drawn

The results are as follows:

Y.M.P.C. and Carlton at
Beckles Road
Carlton — 142 and 38 for
wickets.

Y.M.P.C, — 142.
Pickwick and Police at
Kensington

Police — 108 and 220.
Pickwick — 183.
Leeward And Empire At
Fosters, St. Lucy
Leeward — 41 and 128.
Empire — 145 and 29 for one
wicket.

four

I'VE- ALREADY MADE UP MY
MIND WHAT I'M GOING TO
GIVE YOU FOR CHRISTMAS

| THE TWO-HANDED GAME
By M. Harrison-Gray

FP ERE are two recognised
methods of playing the
two-handed version of
Canasta In one case each
player has 15 cards and two
Canastas are required before
he can go out; in the other,
he has i3 cards and one
Canasta only is required.

The latter is the more
opuiar variety the first
eing far more’ speculative
and apt to produce very big
differences in the score

In the 13-card game, it is
advisable to play for your
own Rand and not worry too
much about breaking up your
hand te prevent your
opponent getting hold of the
discard pile. As
only have to <« w from the
stock it follows that, even
though your opponent may
take a big le you will be
able to colleet a Canasta
somewhere and go out beJore
he nas melded all his cards
and accumulated a big score

You must remember that
there are 12 wild cards, and
even in your unlucky
moments you will probably
draw a sufficient share of



two players



them to enable you to go out
—providing you do not start
throwing into the discard pile
that are useful to you

cards



London Express Service



[1 They'll Do It Sy Time _



fol-
innings,

Two W.L. Athletes
In British Team
In New Zealand

A PARTY of Danish, Dutch,
Swedish and British athletes have
just flown to New Zealand with
a piece of stone from St. Paul’s
Cathedral, London, to be incor-
porated inthe wall of Christ-
church Cathedral, New Zealand,

In New Zealand the athletes are
to compete with representatives

of several other countries in the
Canterbury Centennial Games
being held in connection with the

celebrations of the

Canterbury.

Centennial
Province Oi

The St. Paul’s stone and letter:
of greeting were handed to the
party by the New Zealand High
Commissioner in London (the Rt
Hon. W. J. Jordon) at a ceremony

B.O.4.C.’s London offices,

The High Commissioner is seen
in picture at right pointing out
features of the stone to member
ef the team On Mr. Jordon”
left and right are runners Arthur
Wint and Macdonald Bailey



4 More Cricketers
Invited To Prepare

more players have been
added to the list of invitees in
preparation for the forthcoming
Intercolonial Cricket Tournament
against Trinidad, These are Carl
Mullins, S, White, C, Hunte and
L. Barker, The last three are from
the B.C.L.

The first Trial Match begins on
Thursday 11th, at 1.30 p.m, con-
tinues on Saturday 13th and ends
on Thursday 18th. The teams are
as follows:

C. L. Waicott (Capt.), C. Atkins,
G. Bradshaw, K. A. Branker, W
Greenidge, E. L. G. Hoad, N. S.
Lucas, N. E. Marshall, A. McCol-
lin, C. Mullins, G, Proverbs, Cc
Smith.

K, E. Walcott (Capt.), D. Atkin-
son, E. Atkinson, L, Barker, K.
Bowen, E. Brewster, A, Cave,
C. Hunte, R. Marshall, E. Mil-
lington, S. White, G. L. Wood.

The remaining invitees are
asked to continue practising at the
Oval which is open every after
noon, q

Four







What’s on Today

R. J. MacLeod’s Exhibition of
Ui Paintings at Barbados
Museum—-10 a.m,

Legislative Council
2 p.m,

Members will forward a
reply to the Governor's
Message concerning Bar-
bados’ contribution to the
establishment of a Farm
Institute in Trinidad for
the Eastern Caribbean,

House of Assembly meets—
3 p.m.

Among the other items
tabled for discussion are
a Supplementary Resolu-
tion for $64,806, and a
motion that the House go
into Committee on the Bill
to provide for the regula-
tion of Public Utilities,

Rehearsal for G.O.C, Parade,
' Barbados Regiment, Gar-
} rison Savannah—4.30 p.m.

Empire Theatre, “The Mini-

4.45 & 8.30

meets

ver Story” —

p.m,

Aquatic Club Cinema, “Mr
Belvedere Goes to Col-
lege’—5 & 8.30 p.m.

Globe Theatre, “Bagdad”
4.45 & 8.30 p.m.

Vlaza Theatre (Bridgetown),
“Fountainhead’—5 & 8.30
p.m.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sua Rises: 6.12 a.m.
Sun Se 51 pom
Moon (First Quarter):
uary 15
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
ffigh Water: 5,16 a.m., 4.54
p.m





Jan-

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington): Nil
Temperature (Max.): 84.0° F
Temperature (Min.): 70.0° F
Wind Direction :

(3 p.m.) E.N





7 miles per

Wind Velocity:
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.956,

(3 p.m.) 29.874





Registered U. 5 Perea Office

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opportunity of
bourne
tunate enough to

Changing The}

Cricket Rules

(By PETER DITTON)







LONDON, Dec. 29

Many interesting talking point
have arisen as a reult of the}
present England-Australia Test |
series now being played “dc wn |
under” Not unnaturally the
first question which springs to
mind is whether England can })))
win back the Ashes. They have
certainly shown that opposed to
a Bradman-less Australian team, |
they are capable of getting wick

ets cheaply {

3ut they a golden
victory at Mel-
and as they were unfor

get caught on

threw away










a real “sticky” at Brisbane they
ire now two down with three to
play
Of course it will long be ar-
gued in the English camp that
| Hutton’s dismissal in the first
} innings at Melbourne should not
have been. Various reports sug-|
gest that he played the ball with
his pad and that it did not touch
his bat before he was adjudgec
caught at the wicket. But the
s as s umpiré was on the spot and hi
TWO er pes ATHLETES in British Team in New Zealand decision was that Tallon had
made a legitimate catch
olf Gor lard first ball Partly as a result of this inci-
raw am rhe rate of scoring began to dent, but mainly because of many'|
increase with Gerald Wood put- similar cases where questionable!
ng » edge on aggression. decisions have been made, th
righty: cava went up in 80 minutes, suggestion has been put for ;
odrington took over to bowl thai umpires from a neut
é ® ° rom iW itts at the’ North end and country should be appointed t
= i Goddard at the stand for a Test series The ide: it

. . saueaene ‘4 t iw one Bleven runs wer. s ¢ Ww ) 1 rier -

CONRAD HUNTE, B.C.L. opening batsman, carried his bat :cored off Codrington’s first oval a Say aan i m aed “to |e

for a brilliant 187 not out at Kensington on Sunday to help | The score climbed steadily to England-Austi alin ae Per.

the B.C.L. score 255 for 9 declared in their two-day match ‘¢ See vy Moos " a beoueh sonally 1 feet that is making too

sainst the B.C / RO dit aad s ‘ ie Pa tei Le eo garker was then srought much of a fus: i s . g
agains 4. By close of play B.C.A, had lost 8 wickets jack to bowl from the suine end cee ms mee Lars ene wa
for 134 runs, » Wood,. The first over v Sleds siti ab taht nie

yt : , 2 , ; : sajoes , ‘st over Was 3 would consider “definite 1

B.C L. had scored 188 for the Branker’s one wicket for 12 runs maiden, Wood watching the ball evivheet’” on ae iF
loss of 7 wickets on the first day during 9 overs was the best carefully and being very cautious ’ Interesting
and on Sunday they added 67 bowling Watts replaced Codrington in F pee econ |
runs in 85 minutes. Carl Mullins On the strength of their first the double change and the fourth _A far rae interesting, 6ugges~|
had taken five first day wickets day’s score of 188 for the loss of wicket fell in his ove It was tion however, has been eae’ |
for 39 runs while Hunte had al- 7 wickets, Conrad Hunte with 161 the second ball. Farmer had ite ey Sores ee i
ready reached his century not out and L. Barker five sored fo > firs rie Prlting in We London Bventa:

The B.C.L. lost a wicket off the the Bic BA L. Reranat Went kent i naean Teeter bt a Gane 7 att Neat tea
first ball of the second day's to the wicket to consolidate their bowled ; coer, aes OE ae ra
lay when Empire’s H, A. King i The icke ? Ses Te aiisaitee: one e
pl len be “Sy i aie position. Sas Wel The fourth wicket fell whe \ discussing the question of covered
20wled L arker. But § White Skipper Farmer brought on his the score had reached 106. K. A. wickets to equalise the luck of
and Hunte then came togsther in spinners, H. A. King and B. K ‘Branker went to the wicket and the pitch, should consider allow-
a ninth wicket stand which yield- Bowen, The B.C.L. met an earl) began batting to Barker in an ing the respective captains to
ed 40. White in his aggressive way disaster when in the first bail of undisturbed way. The two bats- have lternate éhoice: after the
doing the bulk of the scoring the day, Barker failed to i.egutiate men carried the score to 121 be- first toss ‘7 5
He was eventually adjudged l.-b.w. one from King which turned in fore Wood got caught by Goddard ' :
for 28 ; from the off and was bowled, off Watts’ bowling. Wood lifted The idea, of course, is that in

A last wicket stand between S. White joined Hunte. Hugtethe ball to mid-off but did not @My one series of five Tests, the
Hunte and V. Watts threatened continued his innings in a cau put sufficient force behind it. team winning the toss on the
to give the B.C.A. some trouble, tious, reserved manner, but White Wood had made a good 72. He first ocvasion would have the
Hunte took over from White to began somewhat aggressively was given a chance when i . choice of batting or fielding in

va iven a chance when in his : ; ‘
send some powerful shots to the When he reached 28, White was 20’s. The score was then 121. the first, third and final games,
boundary, placing them between given out l.b.w Hunte and V Watts claimed his third wicket 2"4 the other team would have
the fieldsmen with good precis- Watts took the score to 255 be- » run later, when he got K, A, the choice for the second and
os i half tt nis 4 ea declared Branker adjudged |.b.w. Branker fourth.

Seoring more than ial 1e his nn s sea, attempted to ull the ball t ink 4c ailey’s : FES~
B.C.A's total, Gerald Wood saved 4 1 . ie was beste sites 2 : on ; oe eatl Ry r co
his tearn from entire collaps hen At 255 C, Atkins and Cammie ** neon, tion is basically sound. It woulc
fie. nde 72. He gave one ‘chance Smith went to the wicket to ope” Skipper Goddard then took off mean that no team could have
off fast bowler.Barker when he the B.C.A’s innings. L. Barker Watts and brought on himself the worst of the conditions for
a oo eae ethowed re, and S. White started the B.C.L. and his first ball was hit to the more than three games. Thus it
react "ae the B.C.L’s slow left attack, Tony Atkins who tovk boundary by Bowen. would tend, overall, to place more
a Pt ak aes Vv “watts strike was off the mark with 4 The score reached 134 and after emphasis on cricketing skill anc
ane eee ere : ;; Single off the first ball. 13 runs had been scored off him, not nearly so much on the toss
and their pacer L a e" i In Barker’s second over Atkins Goddard took the seventh B.C.A, of a coin, which after all is only
was off the other bowlers that 49+ 4 chance when he edged a ball wicket when he tricked Williams the ‘1eans of starting a game.
he gained most of his runs through the first slip and McCarthy with a slow ball and bowled him B ' rmer Kngland captain

The B.C.L. fast bowler 1. who was fielding at that. position Four balls later and when no elth Whom Ss Siaod ine. idea
Barker held a good length and got failed to accept an easy catch, more runs had been stored, God- was not altogether th agreement

the ball swinging in, sometimes
chest high. During his spell of
14 overs, he took three wickets
for 45 runs

Left arm slow

bowler V. Wat's

who also claimed three wickets
for 37 runs in 10 overs, worried
the B.C.A. batsmen considerably

The other two wickets went to the

B.C.L. skipper Goddard
Besides Wood, the only other
RCA batsman who entered

double figures was Farmer, who
in a big hitting knock scored 26





When

he reached five Atkins

dard got W

Greenidge adjudged

survived an appeal off Barker in l.b.w. Greenidge had outlived an
the third over. But in the last appeal in the previous ball,
ball of the same over he pushed = Scores follow: -
his bat at a fast one and sent the 1 y
ball to Herby Sealy behind the 7. ‘for 9 decid 255
BCA. * (for @- wits) 3
stumps who caught it. B.C.L.—Ist Innings
Gerald Wood joined Smith who 4, Sealy ec (wkpr.) Wood b
Mullins

was then 4,

White had so far ©



. : ~ing C: Hunte not out
Seale ree ers ft runs
bowled three overs for 4 L Jones ec ‘wkpr.) Wood b Mullins vu
with two maidens. L. Codrington ¢ (wkp Wood b
The score went up to 20 with | Mullins so
. scoring a 4 and a 3. In #. McCarthy l.b.w. b Mullins 2
Ww ood scoring B: i. = “laimed his Cc. Symmonds b Mullins 8
his fifth over arker claimed Nh D. Crawford run out 4

second wicket

in the same way kK

Goddard stpd



(wkpr.) Wood b

f > ’s slow bowlers, K ‘
Of the B.C.A’s slov he got his first. It was a_very 4 merken 1 K 7
arke > ing 5
—— fast inswinger and Cammie Smith ¢ white ibw. b Branker 26
. * ‘ who had been batting so far with y Watts not out 3
Jamaica lrivite 34 much confidence, touched it and Extras 1
: sent it behind to Sealy who again € ‘ ~
T Pr ti took the catch, The score board otal ffor 9 wkts. decid.) 255
o Practise the cate an
read 20—2—7 Fall of wickets: 1 for 12, 2 for 12,
(From Our Own Correspondent) During their 40 minutes at the °° 4 for 77, 6 for 69, 6 for 96,
KINGSTON, Jan. 6. wicket before tea, B.C.A. on! Oka Sati teee acti eens
With the selection of A, R. Bon- scored 22 runs. Eleven seas Se WY,
itto, Jamaica all-rounder, as Cap- were bowled during that period. 2; Witian ss SS
tain of the Jamaica side to meet After tea slow left arm spin- a wa on & » 5
British Guiana in Jamaica in the ner V. Watts took over from Mc- 3. K. Bowen Ce ,
Intercolonial Tournament in Carthy. Barker kept on from the 9. Atkinvon mw 1 at
March, the Jamaica Cricket Board South end. Wood was given a K. A, Branker 9 2 12 1
of Control has invited 34 players Jjife off Barker in his first over Q W Smt eC aa
to hold themselves in readiness after tea. He edged the ball be- i A—ist Innings z
at ae 7 the uD : hind but this time the wicket © Atkins ¢ (wkpr Sealy b Barker 5
1¢ “ players invitec are ke ae ro) fe ¢ Smith c twkpr.' Sealy b Barker 7
A. R. Bonitto (Captain-elect), The dropped the catch, G. Wood c¢ Goddard b Watts 72
‘ ; he most runs were being Atkinson b Barke
t # Snaais I ade . D ob Barker 9
J. Prescod, V 2, Lumsden, ..,5; : . ad
Col Bonitto. §. A. Binns, D scored off Watts, but the B.C.L. N. Farmer b Waits 26
-olin sonitto, 5, 4 is, flelders were getting slack In K. Branker 1.b.w. b Watts 5
Thorburn, E. McCulloch, L, V Barker’s eighth over Wo * B. Bowen not cut 9
Dujon, George Mudie, Leo Sam ered rns eee SAV BE ood sur- J, Williams b Goddard cee
els, Aston Powe, Ken Rickards, oan an appeal and then got a w Greenidge l.b.w. b Goddard »
J. K. Holt, Jnr., Neville Bonitto, “8 % me io
L. E. Saunders, Jnr., Roy Millet In the last ball of the over oni
O. J. Cunningham, J. McLeod, H. 1. Barker got his third wicket when ecwth ecadaball aos ie
Binns, A. P Binns, Kanute Bar- he bowled D. Atkinson, The ball Tall of wicket 1 for 9, 2 for 20, 3 for
J. Hendricks, H, ie Johnson, was fast, well up and raised about 43, 4 for 106, 5 for 121, 6 for 126, 7 for
5 yoodridge, L. G. Gooden, E. 8. an inch below the bails 34, 8 for 104
Kentish, Bruce Excell, I. Iffla, R The 50 went up in 60 minute: BOWLING ANALYSIS
Scarlett, Edwards, H, Scott, D, P. } by Far r ; em ee
scarlett, | s, it 4 py a six by Farmer off Barker. 5. Barker 14 2 45 3
Beckford, Jnr., A. lL. \ Valentine Skipper Goddard took off Barker s White ) 2 6
ind Icar Lawrence, 7 when he had captured three 4. MeCarthy 2 i
ser eek. the Tent et a wickets for 24 runs in 9 overs, }. aaa Oe aetemas g
Wcimars. Hkh Gebpal. sod tes cae rea aol abel Pacmer: b. aegegawa : 4
( \ school ar entered double figures w é “rawford 2 5
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PAGE TWO llAKn.XDOS ADVOCATE TUmSK.w. I\M \F1V 9. iSt (fajub galling H ( CALX, Ml C I Club'' (3 fining by B.WIA %  Hi Eridli i i I no iho same plane W\ Mi George Gill and Ml Simpson. Canadian Valentine M EMBERS of the Women* Canadian Club are planning for theli annual Va>lenltov Dane* which 18V l*taruar> ioih v. tan starinc Howl Thai i ii in aid I local highllghti of the season. MII la UBotr the 'littinguishci patronage ol Hi %  jooltanny the governor and Lutiv Savage On, Honeymoon^ M H anVt Mrs Oswald Carter arnvidby B.W I.aV yesterday morinlng from Trinidad, to spend their honeymoon in Barbados. Mr. Carter who works with T L L at Forest Reserve. South Trinidad, la the run of Mr and W H Carter of St George Mm Carter is the former Pamela Sefton oOt of the twin daughters Ol Mr an Un 11 C. Scfton Of Pota to a Jam For Board Meeting M ISS DORA IBBERSON, Social Welfare Adviser to C D and W left srestcrday morning by u w.i.A for Jamaica vn nstrto Rico. Mist Ibberson, who is a member of the Advisory Board of the Imtituie for Social and Economic Research of the University College of the West Indies has gone to Jamaica lor a rnaaUnfl at lhat iwsrd she expaoM to be away for about.two %  id on her return she is expected to stop over in Trinidad tor a few days. Firtt In Twenty Year* M RS KATE WEBSTER. BjftM %  m HI Barbados for over three weeks holMayini; with lift ihl. r Miss Marie Humphrey ami aanbatl "' her family returno.1 to Antigua yesterday mormnj by H.W.I.A. %  > W" in Barbados tor Carl u„,.i.t she baa spanl "'" '"' twenty years The Last Week A nlilVl.V. from Trinidad yesterday morning by 11 W.I A to petal the last week %  ( tb* Christinas holidays In Barbados was Miss Sidl Precce She Is Staying with her school pal Ailsn LaihlOj in Maxwell', until Codrington High School opens next week Busman's Holiday M l< LORKNZO WILLIAMS %  Barbadian, who has lived In Trinidad for iwenty-eigbt years %  in llurbados QD six months' holiday. He Is u building contractor and liven in Port-ofSpaln, During his holiday he ha* built n bungalow at My Ixird's Hill He has worked Tor the Housing Planning Commission in Trinidad. Slaying With Sister M RS. A. de LA BAST1UK pd from Trinidad yesterday morning by 11 W 1 A to i %  month's holiday in flarba Cos She is staying .. ith her brother-in-law und sister. Mr. and Mrs Usle Bailey Out of This World J IM O'NEAL %  I %  Ahich will be heki i .'hii has i %  .! %  • i \. al I be IM %  i of %  ing it v. .•( a %  -.. %  i %  II i on caa tat Inehidln : In* pi < of Ihe nV ket. that mo I OoU Club h* pasteFor B.M.A. Conference D H A p MI'IH Secrei i at Branch of the taaoi urtlon and Mr A *'. Laaeock, Surgeon flneetaltrt ii tin Ge ne r a l Hospital U-ft for Tr niciiui on Sunday to attohd tba Cartboaaa Conference ol the Bi Ittah %  '• diced \ wh'ieh oponod under the Chalrf I'T M ii Dam in Trinidad M--I.II q Week-end Arrlvsl M H UNRIG MURRAY. He gioiial Director of Bmudcusl Rob] Services (Overseas) Ltd.. arrived from Trimdnri on Sunday b) B W I A Second Son A SON w u Imni 1D Mi Robori Tumor al "i Bayley*! • link on Hturda) Mi lbs Colonial lot ret u \ This is 1 %  '. With Eso M R AM MIIS HAROLD COLE MM) their daughter who were holidaying in Ban idoi with Mr. < to Trinidad on Sundays by II W I A Ml Colo ii with ban Standard Oil Co nPort-of Sp B.W.I.A. Hostess M ISS MOLLY O'DONNELL B.W.I.A. hostess arrived from Trinidad on Sunday bv H W I A •,. .,. with friends in Barbados B.O.A.C. Representative 'I remember I was wearing .. A ROMANTIC NEW AHUM drawn by ROBB No. I,— Eileen llerlie MONO those of us who brave backward glance at .ire. waclrefis Eileen Herlla can remember one (at least) enchanted evening. It happened two years ago in as S ood s place ss a girl can choose to nd her memories The nlghi was Sent nigh In the hllU above the i>dit*rranean. vhen I held my first big party on my first slap-up holiday In the South of France. It was Just after my appearances In Hamlet Medea.' and The Eagle' "There was a nuga villa, all mint for the rent. Roses in the garden mine for the picking A priv&te swimming poo) with handsome men swimming in it Yes those dear old days on next tnothing a week seemed ar ie sway. "And I remember I was wearln.' ihe refWwd a wonderfu. white drejH aiOl ill:' to Dig th* anvbodv w n ironed M membered the dav." ROOD drawi -he way she loosed Ths'. night. The liBredirni* of memory' -A utew to tteui (Ar (oarii oattrri aimed lo att you In err Stood red "-. mnnetl to • uhtif track led white nine (plejiln "IOTI iitldei lit II cooier near b|(. And one man to that* tt w,lh Who WM *he man ? Mr Nameksa (thai wrll-Kiwi cliaracler m a woman 'H lite*. II> mil appear in each ol (he l %  *I.AZA TU*trr-BndgetowntDiAL 2310) litli \V and roolinulm I>AILV 14g and S p.m. Our of Ihe *re*!rl of all Bel srller* •• THE e Of V I l\HE I mO Till: NOVEL BY VN BAKD ...„ rv afStlMf TMDtMDAV 13tp.ni i Moi.o>r-m l>-uhlet -FAI.1. *.l I aod MR "". Il..jrit A.malraiW CHIttM-fl P*fU • io> MM K I'lA/A Theatre — OISTIN ct'ii,Ty" • Bund. Qr "LAM) OF Till. LAWLESS" WSD TtlUBS t f. %  pn> Muausnaai "HOMKR1 BOMBSHI I I 'MAN FROM TEXAS" \\ \'im:ii> OF THE WASTE LAND A "NeVADA" CROSSWORD AJ P U t U L ri i ^ %  1 1 %  11 %  I i9~ GAIETY— (THE GARDEN! ST JAMES Laal Show TONITE IW MOSM "1 M'OI'LUN'T Iti: IN YOI'R %  HOBS' v.il|| Don Cull* S. Elf* K...L and "l-REOIIIi: STLTS OFT" Wit* rreddf W*M and Ihf TtwiMtn WKDNrsDAV & THt'HSDAY II * p m •Monnfuii Doubl'< "BFTRAVED• %  "AFPENED ON & 5TH AVENt'E" '.hum CSaSJH HuMk-i. Don Dtfirn TO 11 \ i i St 8.30 P M. LAST SHOWS j BAGDAD CMCUl roi B.iwrr *oo WtrUD* Dm no miopoer *m. is M %¡ lUM. (t) HruBwn iMd IIIBI rr*a mn| ol lit* p-^.m> IBI ifi ire nft'nr in* rool iSI LOWWit HlndU en"*.* 'Si Inn url L.'i.it 1, I (SI G L O B E MAUREEN O'HARA—PAUL CHRISTAIN ^ TO-MORROW A THURSDAY 4.45 A I.M $ BUD ABBOT and LOU COSTELLO § BUCK PRIVATES and Salome where she Danced ol Ihe %  llrniemrier I Was Weanntr InetdiaOSS to Be drawn ny llobb *:.. Mi BRITISH HOUSEWIVES RACE FOR BUCKETS %  'a lace DKUHIIXA -ii.iiLondon Kipresa Servir. Gala Night A NY mention of a Kala nucl.t al the Y.M.P.C., Deckles Road. MH. ANt> MIIS. II. M. CLARKE generally means an evening ol were nmnno (h.. MM— % % % %  good fllll. whether II IS B play, I a floor show and dance On Saturday. Jan. 13th, at g.30 won among tbt ptssingm leaving by T.O.A. on Saturday got MiRitival. Mi. Clarke IIbbti .. %  Mew v..ik Cit. "f no AC. in P J rill Ite potOiu.Regreta C ARIIJ reKreth that in WSSCOSmIng Mr J F Haslett .f Barclays Bank hack to Barbados in Sunday's issue he erroneously referred to him as "Financial adviser lo Ins Dank." Bnrbndos Meeting M H AND MltS. LOUIS STRAUSS and Iheii two daughter! Linda .mil Caroline left foi Urenads over Ihe .M-.k-cmi b) B W i A Mr StlWI i u i,ut from Eimlaml g litilii>vi>i two months %  gO^Hl own Li S.n.-sse" Estate In Or 'i lie I.IIIUi.vcr to Barbados a few days ago to rJMwl his wife and children who canuout on the Oaseofliw'M l.i-i :rip from England to Barbados. Returned Over The Week-end M R. AND MHS JM K DBAS who wan hoildavliu In Trinidad tot Iho pad COUMO "f wwsta with MM Doai i rsaaiUvi i returned to Barbados over the week-end b) 11 W I A purri of show business attain the Burbados Dramatl Club presents a one-act pla> This time It's 'The Purple Bedroom", with Michael Lynch, Pamela Cresswell, Geoffrey Hunte. Ted Farmer and Norman Wood It In produced by a ncweomer tu this Island Thelma Vallls. "The Purple Bedroom" Is a comedy (host story and promises to be excellent entertainment Aftet U comes Norman Wood's Christmas floor show which was presented at the Marine Hotel on December 23rd Many people have not seen this cabaret so here Is an opportunity of seeing one of the finest floor shows Barbados has witnessed for a Ions; time; and Dually if you like dancing VOU can enjoy this till 2 a.m. with the music of Ihe Police Dame Orchestra. ff No Prize D O you know which Is the biggest parish In Barbados an"L .... wwnl lo ihII-In hi .i IF vain \n .ui. -Don't you moon do not,* 1 said Uw ti->i -it nyi li.iiu.r nan n lbs i tsdogua nut BF1N" Holborn.-' ssJd Ihi offlc nl. "i* a place That's where you'll And tinVudud "Wh.ii denee." uld lbs fboL rrignaaai And h Han nil you have tn %  • sbou .ft^nderful i ol srl' Mrsetl in ..II can think o( for the montHiti BI the man replied to lbs WOt tan who Bsjd "Is that all?" when he thundered on her door and house wan on Are. Wurjiirnil ft'ot* Y OU never know nowadays what casual phrase will h. thougti u were %  brilliant epigra -i re p — to d all over Uw world Brei Mni %  Mi Son -1 i i Maugham tald thai hi ww .. >rj fid parson, the w i sen rapswuad ev.iv day [n |q paragraphs I will wager th.i' already the phrase is more widel. known than any other Miigle sen tatftoa Mr. Maugham hu 1 ^ wrilt'i or spoken I have just seen ii i the cantton to his photograph It might amuse Mr. Maugham to *.1> ana day, "I am rather fond ol almon," and then watch thi phrasr becoming famous No Sunday Radio-bram S URELY there can be no debati 10 who should be the firm man to talk to the moon fronting top of the Shot Tower next year The honour should fall In right to Dr Strabismus (Whore God Preserve), of Utrecht Al Ihtra "ill be no reply, he enn >.ij anything hr likes. But. speaklm as an Informer, whose earning' •hnuM bi* tax-free. M me oaten •OOWOno talking to the mOOl on a Sunday' Saperllpopette! Ii this the Place Plgalle' 1 BEDDING al Evans & Whitf ields YOUR SHOE STORES MATTRESSES (Fibre-filled) 3 loot. $13.17 3' 6" :__$16.28 4' 6" $19.57 SHEETS 80"xl00" ach $7.08 80"x99" „ $6.61 70" x 100" „ $6.17 63" x 100" ., $5.38 PILLOW CASES 94c. & 97c LONDON, British housewives ijuickly uiugumteii ,i nationwide bucket ltd scuttlf race" foUoMim: thf towanunanl order banning the manufacture of nearly 300 household articitcontaining sine, ipper and brass. Mi*t hardware shops and Ii I artmaol '-'.ore'. i< brisk demand for galvanized iron hi'iii wars fi"i wonsao us to replace woi n irtii le in-fore the DBV order < %  Usto force on February i Wash tubs coal %  cuttles ickets, i>.nis. pots and pam.. larbsge canind even bathtubs '_ %  '' .' %  in grant demand. %  nagar of B large I>milou store said it was Just like the early days of the war all over again, only this time then* are many more grumbles. It Is difficult to say how long SsdjatJiuj tteeka of these articles will last, although it is obvious that if women angoing to UK I; plkV >upplies will soon hi* exhiiusted." The Mmistiv nf Supply illlaTd i to Insure that haul-to get SUppUas ol tux, copper and 11 : m i hannellad to Brmi working on rearm, nnenl am! export orders. —d.N 8.) B.B.G. Radio Programme .ilSIlAY JANUARY . IW 7am Thr Nr.. T.10 Mm %  '. IS %  m Pi !< 1 aa n m i ii in w.-.i Iniliai. M.-l.> T 1*. |) ni llrnri..ll. Syr.. bin KMM> Nnrwvel: S.IS v m I ,-. ,,, UW riWIIIlRBWSailS %  ." %  i< III TI.4. .\r> ii III i"—' Bl UM W.rk. i< m Hrpnrl I -i 1.1 • m i WatDown. II IS. Irom Bnlain; t. IS i m K-v Mariifi m Protframm* f-radr: U II a.av SBd hi. CeriMSUmj • p m Pilgnin Auair.lU i Eii|lan and Ironmongers Department k. 411 MfOi I. HaaaAVIO JANETTA DRESS SHOP Upstairs Ncwsam & Co.. Lower Broad Street -I.. AFTERNOON, COCKTAIL and EVENING DRESSES Also READY MADE DRESSES In Materials i i 1 IDE11 n S f Ixindon H \s. IC SA1 IN SWIM SUITS Al I ELAS1 H % %  ("ON SWIM SUITS D I H1LDRKN re—UondayB i,, Fru-ajs >. :io t< 3 30. SaturdayiS 30 t. 11 30 Mr. ARTISAN, GET THE RIGHT TOOL FOR YOUR JOB rni: II \ II I:\IMDS iiiiii-iiiiiit! loiiiiN r.%i ronv I.TU.



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