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PACE EIGHT BARB MM. s UH(K \TK >** %  MWQA Ig M > 1_ Ukket l-.afl.nH. R.rl-B Sgiorls YarMiat-. Basing-, rlr. HARD TIMES 1 To flbUl Wlfc Missing Link fl, TH | | ACKWHE U.K. Cricket Supremacy Questioned By VEKNON MOKT.AN LONDON. Jan. 8 The 1950 cnckci season is still some distance away one) thr -it•Nilwn of the British sponlnf public if thinking more of soccer Cup ties which get into their atnde itils week end. Ai the same time there is an unusual amount of talk about the summer gsme at itie present momem because of the many articles being written on 'Fifty Years of Di Britain", this being .he r.fllf'eWUury year. Wrong Century Mostly it is not very complimentary. One writer says* tha Stmkh riefcet ii still trying tc llvi'. the wrong century. All musf agree that cricket In Britain today is not what it was and that the British have mol definitely lotV ihi-ir earlier supre.macy to the -*trwimlincd" AUJtmliurb. who do appear to move with the times. It i >tng suggested A> the British thai if ihe> wish to LM eoene once attain the leading cnckci nation they should muula themselves an the Australian pattern In manv respects. British Played To Death Of the majoi Lrukeling coun-1 vTtes only British player* n %  aid to be played to death ODI) the British are stale. In Australia they have their Sheffield Shield matches, in Sourh Africa the Current Cup, In New Zealand the Plunket Shield, and in India and the West Indies their provincial and inter-island matches. These tournaments do not entail play day after day for more than four months on end without a break They do allow teams itoiag on a tour in the off season vo look upon the tour wllh enthusiasm and approach it with freshmaa, and cncrgA Not Knough Cricket indeed in samp of these countries they feel loey do not get enough cricket The remedy is drastically to alU-i the whole uf the county league programme. Some suggest making I along, and playing matches on tht soccer league prlnripU i think the maiVhes might be rut to not more than one a week. But it Is not going to be easy to gev the M C.C. lord the whole of the old cricket system There are more conservative, in the pavilion at Lords than in. any other building of similar proporttons in the world Another Idea which \>oulrl unquestionably result In a better British leajn for uag -II imp-rtunt Teal" matches would be to lake all those chosen out of count) 111 gsfl for at least a week, gh special manager coach to look after them and lei* them prepare diligently for the task In hand. iH.CX. Should Cop\ The M.C.C. could well lake a leaf out of the bonk ol UM Ei Ush Football Association srhi least see that tha man u, !,.,; %  •ent England are %  *) i opportunity to itrash and eager fur flic big task in t in taatr talks about crl one or the chief top) ** %  € separated by Ni cussion is tinnext rirrtajsn ..i Tht England Freddie Brown to over from George Mann lajpi Owen Wynne in (hi | year and it u thought prohabU haalnaa; of la* fMt Trt at Joh THE POLO TEAM as Ussy left the terminal building at Senwcll yesterday morning, bound for Veneauela Left to rigli: Klliot Williams. Mai' and I-eo Deane. behind Mrs Michelin, Col Michelin (Capt ) John Marsh and Mm Dowding. Aussies Rout hast Province For 137 PORT ELIZABETH Jan. 9 seded 18! I %  hand to avoid ... out) closed second day i.f their match ajajnsl U'.irists. to follow on after itniian total of %  191 Provtnc usalr second utahiga, r.owere drawn today I; ends tomirrnw Accurate bowling h> the Australian attack complet. dued the I'r-vinee batsmen, who ollapsad against some lm i>owiing with the new ball Raj l.indwall and Bill Johnand 4 for 13 res p ectively l.indwall's final flguifor 25 and Bill Johnston claimed 4 for 18 The top scorer for the was Ken Dfmhlcbv i t>, hours for his M, which included 3 lOUM Forced It. follow on 281 runt tiehind. Eastern Province made a nd innings. Ron Draper and Ken IXmlilebv features] In tha partnership against the Austin* Dimblebj made I Polo Team Leaves i Polo Club, Col. K i iCapt.,. Elliot Will,,,: Sdgnili. 1 DM t6t, UOWOUII anil tht at WIA '" hl 383 fci On Januar) 2! though pnmarsl> u,pl> l'„|.. uillserveas ""' ol li ndverU* mowing m popularity w i* vanecuelans as a haven loi ftir the next In, i throughout UM Hcnuulic, and many a •art of our bland, will STANDARD BRIDGf The ONLY artificial bid by M. HARRISON-GRAY A NY call that does not carry Its natural significance Is a blot on the bidding landscape. Standard bridge employs one artificial bid only—a necessary evil which, as we shall see, is but a very slight taint on a natural system. Hands %  •> stum to themselves that game can b nude under their own power occur about once in every KM) deals. But It is as well to nave adequate %  %  v to deal with these important h^uds when they do turn up. The first Hep Is to have a bid at one's disposal that will compel the partner to keep the bidding open (even though he holds nothing ot value) unUl the best game or slam contract has been reasmd. At the same lime the I alio,v the maximum bidding space for the exchange In the early days of Contract Ely Culbertson tried to solve the problem with hi, Forcing Two Tha player who In Itself to suggest s prubaul %  ...-', a forclnj-to game call of Two in ln best sulL This meant that the openang I la the Culbertson system had ao enormous range with toe rvsult that lha reaponder had to keep the bidding open on the most lenuou* vulues tor fear Of missing a game. But if opener %  : :...:. Or. P -bid. disaster was apt to K''Spender was always on the horns of a dilemma. It was to overcome this il state of affairs that gama bid of S Clubs was adopted In this couniry. The can Is artificial. for It ocars no relation to the actual holding In the Club suit; great advantage. that it frees the opening bid* of Hearts and 2 Diamonds for use with their %  mlngThe opening bid of 2 Clubs, one s-rlnl situation, is Dg to game, tlio responder mav fee. with less than one ana a half hkh card tricks, he murt conven'tetul r^*nonse of 2 l> On subsequent rounds both opener and n .-ponder aie free Laratty. IS* ; never be on very rare lbs long anlt happens to be Clubs, with less It must ue borne In mind, however, that IB ihem' nd should be of I esa opposite a 1 'l •-^i *MMIM*M' Often dse le staggtsfl Udsey actAae [ IFE IS NOT so good when yoa l arc troubled with backache, rheumatic pains, stiff, aching Uiuarjss. and joints, lumbago of i innary disorders due to iluggi h kidney action. Wtw put up wirh psin and Ihw comton when you mighi get nappy relief t>v r.ikmg Doan'i rUckacrta Kidnv* Ms, rivcjsdmubic and ^Icinsc 'laggish kidney and so help them to rid the blood uf excess uric add and other impurities which otherwise might collect ia the sy*tem sod cause distress. Doan' *Vk liare helped many thousands; let them help vou. DOANS I; WANTED Old RaG! *DVOC*TC MUSS ROOM I" COUGH LOZEIL V''*' '-'' *-'"*'*****V>>6*, I "GOD'S WAY G,j SALVATION | MADE runrJ 30, Central Avnua,| N. Ireland. that Norman Yard;. tain of YorkshliT. will be recalled | mm Yardley know, the Auslr lians. He was t aptaiu of £n; land when Sir Donald Hradtnan brought his men cm yeajs ago. Thus he good man to skipper England dining the coming seawni against the Watt Ii preparation for the toui of Au.tralia next wlnuH Others, apart frmi spoken of as "posKlbb fred Wooller. the formal W.Wi rugby unVmational of Glamorgan, and Reg Simpson of N headed th. Tas| batting averaged against the New Zoalandtn last naajoa Daskvt Ball Starts February Tt\t Cbmmlller of ManajemTOl of inr Basket Ball Aaauclalioo haa dcidad to atari thr Baakct Ball season from UM lajt week In fi1>iuar> club, are askod to send In their entries m. ih,„ alHliatlon tev to the Se>ri-li.. A W. Synunontb. Bank llau Koad by the end of this tru reUnes of afflliatcil clubs will be notllled of the dale of OilAnnual General Meetln, whl.b srul IKheld in Frbruary. Barbadians Col Mulu-hn l„ld the • % %  • %  •M lh.lt the toui u]ll M alvan the utmost publui Venezuelan press Brat] Day As far as the games a* cerned the> wan lookn very much to the lour u thi three lest i.iatilie, to be pluyed. they would u .. of Ihc niatihes would Abuuf thiity nteiiona and Poa faM man tot leam >ood luck, and .' UMl quickly becauuI behlinl • I II .'.'I %  I I await neu Among those al Ml .II t Ed.hlll, Mi .1 B •. | %  Ml) M.i %  .no laiml.v. Mrs JJ.K K. 'A . !" '"' It Alfreil n I. tha AostialMiis. Dimblcbv mndr i" before belni rauphl ai the nickel IIIJIH i u.iv unililc.ited lose with 4,6, Nabwtl w lmed at I runs. kruter C'liionueultli \\ ins Again JAMSIitiJl'UH. Jan. y Bcortng their Arsl ( m n, Zonal Axaursa tha Zone by 1U wickct.s. a day aheac. of scheduU wealth .8.i and N and I2M loa laft ..mi bowler look ", .. tones second innings, and was the CAM i.i, tor in his tean • Zone's osasj i out batsmen had wip. : the stuck u> aaaaa .i oHa| sg tor the '.ilure. (or u.matting surface was unafl Uie two days' play Trl SPORTS EDITOR Answers Question 1. V | %  untv i'nltad it i last season the Count) % % %  2 1 %  i Hi i • 11.IH IVoitr.iiiiiiit%  1 .til tilt > ich wen art ii log \n iiigi.. I n.ttinenoe. tha who made V, in 113 nun I latin •• %  his bast hlti I %  I Fun uiiiings •no 10 in 29 mituilas. %  lint wtn H :>nes with Norl ever, was at his beet and hi, roneeach havtni bet figure* today were accomplished in _..„,,, •They'll Do It I TOMEN DRIVING IN THE ory*** "J IT REALLY ISA Pliy-THE EXHAUST RiAAES rMU66ATE SUBURBAN &>c-%  '-^B^.'. SPUMED I /i|aA-OH,|OV''^t; "\ jJf is THE ;. =E! MC '<4FRC...^B1 >t>u GTyaufc* DQK'TJS KNOW WHAT yco'te. r MISS1H6! 1 v .1 %  %  %  s OS u m %  .is p m %  > JO p m rsu> Speak. !ii|i. S U i B-ft ( m Bntith %  %  %  all p m. %  %  %  atari %  , THK 324-TON RESEARCH SHIP WILMAM lOOUfBI %  rtU Basbi The vessel ts under the command ol Lit I \ f : Rd the chief scientists aboard r J. Hart. Mr. R. Clarke and Mr. R. I Currie. all mem• ihc National Institute of Oceanography 24 Men Are Sailing 25,000 Miles LONDON (By Mail). ATTEMPTS to trap the "missing link c I t: cavern-mouthed Latimenu chalumnae. thought to have become extinct 50 million years ago— is beint; made by the British research ship William Scoresby which Bailed Erogn London last week. What is claimed to be the bigresearch work at Oxford before gist Hsh trip, the longest fishing joining the institute Currie will line, the biggest fish hook and icmain aboard for the whole trip deepest trawl over made were Millions of creatures too tiny to :< aded aboard the ship which has be seen will also be ilshed for with taken three scientists and 21 bottles at the I8.QO0 i< crew men on a 25.000 mile, ten with delicate silken trawls on months research cruise OtT the shore of East London. South Africa, the seas' missing link is believed still, to exist. Konald 1 Cunie, the !l-ya>rold biologist, who Is making the trip, can identify the Latlmena thalumnae One, was caught off East London by a trawler in 1938 according in Currie and it was hardly likely to be alone. Tintrawler men had the sense to sand it to a South African mu•eum. Inert* they fluffed the skin ami the allimportant insides." Kemoie CaVfcgftN Cunie. vounue%  il the National Institute of On lhal the chances of rinding me Rah i. IB might tuiti the trMi I'i v \ Macklntoah, director bv-liiM.I lint UM instituu % %  tish trap. Until 1H38. th;it lish a only as a fussil. An.i today we've I t*S I kill lli~ iiiMdca would throw a lot of light on evolution." he dee] The William Scoresby i M ilubursting of three boiler l i'.irture. The ship will sail to Dakar. Wait Africa, mil to Capetown. Mirveying the Bonguala current Uttl Coast, then on to 10 mark whules In order %  course of aeai nation. Some l.BOO whales will Wlagged by painless darts labelled "I pound reward on return to Colonial Office, London." ronr I.mi, Ll Commander A F Maclle of • captain of t h ""!/*"'" ,our un or nrln i.' lu-inah darts to mark the nasal . D "'_, T IHart, of the Marine biological station. Plymouth, i, in I research work until the Ml Capetown, where be MH M succeeded hj Roh,-rt | iraa %  M i t l n g l gl srho srai aoti 2 Astounding Values in PLAIDS AND LINENES conoN PUIDS (45" Wide) in COLD, BROWN, RB GREEN. BLUE S1.24 & $1.25 per vira PRINTED LINENES , B %  a 30 I IS Orchaalnl Ci I 00 2 IS Diw* MU.II; 3 J 00 In Chancery Ep B 4 IS 4 45 inclure Paraor 5 1* 5 3D ("rogramm, ntaary Mad S OS— S 30 Cf.ii IYuarasmiii*> • i so K*, 7 IS 3 30 SOngllinr .'• 1 30 7 4* U„ %  • %  %  a ovB Roll in a is. %  S 30 pMirn1t-cl by Lever %  4S | „„. il Lvver I IS s.m ,.. ,,. M-k t |spii nr n-lir !" ,,. ., %  *• P in nni <57 ^Prosperous New ^ear IS THE SINCERE WISH OF lOI.I.I.W IIIIK. SIOIIIS £ 1 iS i & I & Si •M ..I.I,%  12 M u in. %  1130 p HI. iHewi •'rui Bull Inlarludr II 15 Wl I.U pin | ; I --iliarU K.'vin. I IS g,n Ring up iivr Ci.ii.it, S.JS i J-ck live BMntUlk 1 Su p t V ill %  5 43 p m RADIO II.MKI.., | ins 'HAItuxiHISi LTI>. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES I I III \ M1RA1. DKHART.MKNT I i I nil in Tinlnr Times DflNAI.P WILES 1'A HLS. ^ (12)Thurs.. Jan. 12. 8.15H.r.,s„„ H sloi i i I in n,M-an t.iv; .. NEVILLE CONNELL M.A. Collcuc (Library) Weekly (8)'Friday. Jan. It, 5.00 Museum FortI uli.i Mi i,,i. „t |li, r niuhtly la**" .. I M SH1I.STONE, (5)Mon., Jan. 10 8.15Y.MC.A. FortSriltah III.I \m nightly I "ii-iiintiui'.s i ,\ B CHEKERY. (F '" (8)Tue.„ Jan. 24, 8.15 WakelieUl Weekly I ii li.h I'uelrlli.liirt „f K.irhatlus. JBasglnh Mi > ., % %  ,1 SSVU, (ttSMa, Jan 18, .15Combermere School MANdOiFr.J.y.J.nlo. 8.15Briti.h Counc. Wak %  30, aoo s, '" """""<">^ •S.NGL. 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T~" ,y, JAKCAftV 10. list Cripps (.alls Argentina [ Himself Subsidises I Pessimist Transport BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE g, from past 1 each of BUENOS AIRES. Jan. 9 three Argentine Govemmer.l author,„ of IM> and al the bei*ed new credit 70.3SO.OOO pesos to I of the fourth quarter, the r0V er operating deficit ol transport of Industrial production corporation ol Euenos Aires about 8 polnu "hove the Thls 1( ,„ k( *pj n g wilh Gov ponding per.ods or llMe. olicy supporting the indicated a rise in output corporation which is now i of about 5 per cer per operated by ArgentineState. landing liquidation of the tune that everyone realis-orpcration, and payment of at a good job our workers (nrrtgI | shareholders in vartmanaements are Mi the n us „u, lM < deluding Anglodoing.'' Sir Stafford said. A rgnUn tramwayil which dy should make the ridiformed port of the corporation suggestion that our people R ,|i, D i v understood New Urtaa working". transport fares, some of which „ ,hc long term Pr.^am,n, ^ ^ ^ ^^ !" Wn ,hat P ..e ou pTwo'utd * %  •-> >.1 cover !j the pan of the estimated monthly operating deficit of some 35.000,000 pesos. —Renter. by 25 per cent -ears from IM". Mott of tacreasc. 22 per cent out of per cent, had been aehievwo years. Stafford said that the No• index of production was d to rise further, and the • level of industrials proI for the flrst 11 months j was estimated provision128 or 129 compared with the first fct Resistance Movement?" BRITISH HONDURAS, Jan, 9. In what it described as "the beginning of a resistance movemonths of mem to the dictatorial colonial policy" fhe "People's Commiti% Above Pre-War *". lighting devaluation, has output for the year should planned a second protest rally hlng approaching 30 per here for tomorrow night, %  pvc pre-war. A demonstration on Friday hide production, the rise night nearly developed into a ^fcarlv 25 per cent. riot. showed an output per The unrest arose from the It rising above the last Colonial Government's decsion year—an achievement last week to devalue the British paralleled elsewhere in Honduras dollar to conform with the recent depreciation of ultural production, too. British pound sterling:. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" Cleanse the system from blocd impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. fa LIQUID or TABLET FOIM 'Owing to a vary efficient book be remaini run by Smith Junior this term quite g at schoal for the hols, sir." a few of us will ord said, had continued Government officials described eral Election was nd. Pigs, cattle, and sheep the situation today as "almost of convmuti !" were all higher than a normal". B. Increase In the hay had meant thut the was less dependent on I feeding stuffs. Increase in national inin 1MB was above 4 per hlch was available for In. Lucknow reports an encouragpanic,,,.,,. "" %  "_ ins olam In Inrlla'a /lumlniimntil (if r Sign Of Progress Government Funds Dull LONDON, Jan. 9 inere was some uneasiness in the London Stock Exchange to-day, The prospect of an .-arlv Garinl Election was the main topic or conversation among mark"! men, and active interest u stricted. Small MtUnf „r„, domestic issues lound few I ,n era. and prices moved t„ lows* levels. New Zealand's N<*w PrimeMinister Government expend!mg sujn in India s development of u ^ J d persona, expenditure, "nitatlon ^home^mfort, A w d d Xn"Sl Z, "personal expenditure factory food, clothing, and housemanufacture water date j stocks to metres will begin production the near future.—(C.P.) was lower spending on tobacco and enlertaintafford said that it was v yei to judge whether get' forecast of £449,000.enuc surplus during the financial year would be But nothing In the for the flrst 9 months that ii would not Leading industrials followe-i Je lead of g i 11 o d g e d, Texules were on offer from provinces, but irons und steels were restricted wilh prices Jt previous closing levels. Oils were easier in svmpathv with decline i In Burma's oil at Indian Ocean Shipping DURBAN, South Africa. company has been formed here to a ^ ald B carry cargoes to Indian Ocean ports. The service will link Dur-Reuter .afford said that it was ban with Madagascar, Mauritius. early to say whether the Government expenditure %  estment announced last would prove sufficient to the necessary state of Bon, so far there were no the contrary. afford stated that he was list when he hnj prophcReunion and Islands—(C.P.) the Seychelles An Impasse Unfrocked Priest Leads Anti-Church Organisation MELBOURNE. Australia. Unless a newspaper is published seven days a week it can't PARIS. Jan. 9 iliwin*St^r ins iSSmZ ** caUed <**"* undcr e law of ThC Sfi!? rv B tfl Miouing Marling detaluathe state of Victoria .a magistrate P"Pr "Figaro" to-day alleged decided recently. But his detnal a n unfrocked priest in Wurof Moscow ... ...aa t lon id[ ating against the Church, known as the "originform". • J *.n~ Hc WM 60 -V<-r-old Vasilv I reuicts Air Giant S owlov a Ru sia wh m* Holy Orders under the Tsarist BRISTOL, England. r 8e ,n Vlc,or,a d0Mn, t P ermil Sunda V tro ">. <*m*lmU lyed to be slightly on the ide. —Rruter. newspapers—(C.P.) ).E. Deputies eet In Paris PARIS. Jan. 9 Mr S HOLLAND MR SIDNEY HOLLAND, the National Party leader, has become Prima Ministc-r of New Zealand. He was born in 189S at Greendale, in the province of Canterbury. Both I ime from England. His father, Henry Holland. C.B.E. was a Yorkshlreman. After serving us u subaltern with the New Zetland Artillery in the First World War. Sidney Holland took up a business career ;ind in time became managing director of tht Midland Engjiieenng Company. In 1935 that he Urst look up politics, when he became an opposition member in the first Labour session. For %  A he was Parliamenrnry Secretary In lhe House and then became Leader of the Opposition. In 1940 he B licoaadtd Mr. Adam Hamilton as Leader of the a) PartJ No Human Rights In Colombia • From Paap i what is happening in Colombia at the present time/' Dr. Carlos Ufras-Restrepo dedared that "what is happening m Colombia cannot be con just a change in Qovtrnmnt, or another coup sjgeilar to those that had occurred in other Latin American MUDtl It was the first time for 40 years thai the wildest uprising" had occurred during a change in the constitutional order of the Colombia Government. "Practically, all I have disappeared In Colombia", he aaid. The freedom of the Press has completely disappeared, and not only is Internal suppressed, but anj ports, detrimental to the ll of the Conservative part] also forbidden." Freedom ol Assembly, too. has been entirely banned, and the rihi where you bsjan lorbtdden —Rfitirr. 50,000 Miners Strike In U.S. —....-, England. A. E. Russell, chief designer of v after ,he revolution and belhe Bristol Aeroplane Company. cam a Colonel in the Ruaatan French Foreign bmce 'recasts air liners twice as heav> s crel POUca, "Figaro" said. i today that the Depuas **** 130-ton Brabazon. Such a The pstpar addad tin the 12 Foreign Ministers plane, he said, would have a wing an, s were trained in four specialCouncil of Europe will s P an ' 30 Fp *t and pasaenger i*t schocils. One was in Theodosia Paris tomorrow to study accommodation for 850.—(C.P.) isibillty of building the — — n Parliament's first home %  ourg. •1 budget presented by y General CamUle of will be drawn up for the The 12 member nations Tinv Adventurer MARKET HARBOROUGH. England. — Two-year-old Elizabeth Deacoi hare the cost of building unfastened the strap of her pram, !" Dlv h H in proportion walked out of a shop and took i population. three-mile bus ride. Her mother were trained for North Amenr s talks will probnow has fitted a stronger pramthe paper said. January 11.—Reuter PITTSBURGH. Jan. 9. About 50,000 soft coal miners struck to-day in Ohi. vania. West Virginia and Alabama, closing pits, workru bv tin United States Steel Corporation, naif a dozen other Steel Firm* and the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company. e\ sign posted a> oata West varajaua nib ttaat, no work*. Mtnen contract in mines east of thr Mississippi Rival expired last mi the miners' leader, John L. Lewis than Instructed Miners Union at thoai work only three days a week unCrlmea, for agents in France. LONDON. Jan. 9. til his demands for emit nuts wan Switzerland. Belgium. Italy According to a New China news mat. Previously miners had al* Spain and South America "W" iveint of China, forming the la of the Gull of Tonking. The same source said that Chou En Lai. Prime Minister of the Cen• at People's Govn itinciii aaj Government), tu-dav ordered the staffs of all Nationalist Government B| l Hong KUIIK to safeguard state property and await their taking —Renter. Sell Air Fleel LONDON. Airway Plymouth flying-boats. aplhaad b> Canadian Arionuuts. is for sale — (C.P.I in the price of coal" Th*i hs baan no Incranaa in the cost of production," he'added. — Ceiiter.i Tip To Hoiuewivefl LONDON The Order of the Boot is ttn order for the day at SLUIUUH Dora f'ordine's home She asks visitort to remove then : hoes and onTecs then* a pile of Bltjapai from which to choose. She claims her keep-the-floor-clean policy gives hec more time for her art — (c.rft Heaw l-rool sm-.l'PKV. Kent. England Tkuevw siripuvd t:r~o a lead from the roof of the historic Shurland Hall here -IC.P.) Check r.oinuuinist Expunsion g) frem i-sse 1 it was Tsarncd that c ; Pearson said that %  is based oni lasgan TS-suiting frorr imperialism". The Untied Nations had not solved the projlemj of Ruaatan ncpmikoUbm, and! the North Atlantic Pact was thel outcome of this realisation. Fly rtrattng thai its signatories were prepared to meet aggres'• sion. nw P;HI would serve the | cause of security throughout the world. Mi HI Pandit Nehru laid thai Russia, while promising I ough her own cx, >>t asssbsa li. COtnUna these with freedom. Only New EMland'a POreiun Mi K W Doidge, showuppori the coskcapl ol i Pnetilc ravt i'1 suggested thai the ncurit) probwas useless to lacura the Atlaiw Mi. 1' C. Spendei. Australian ''• %  Minister, saiu hou Id n.it be pursued, unless the Major Powers m 'o entei into fuller commitments than Bd nulin.'d •ider A Hint ing to one •ourcas V... :j;eniii'i threna out • hint that interested psja m a might allow a proptirtion of thenTiato help southeas: Asia In facing her PIIM.H ,...itOsnk plight It is understood that a live iiolnt agi ttonal sitU.ltlOTI. Ohlna. %  (4) So::' i Indosotal refer%  An olli' Loug Miniby Mr. Don I'm ,iMIM U the Confeirce. H< I %  not political; And it is %  the world t%  t the problean <>f md want i M ,i be clearly seen and boldly tackled. 'Communism would .ippe.ii to trio magoi %  of life." R ruler. BUENOS A/RES? VV ASHING TON ? I STAMBUL? A DEL Al DEC Whalavar the Destination la YOUR FLIGHT STARTS with mtnm WEST INDIA* AIRWAYS You earn book your Air '•„..,,. to .nywh.r. In tha world at No Etr* Coat at th* booking orftoa off . BRITISH WESTINOIAN AIRWAYS\ LIMITSD. K. .; %  !. i I'll in Trinidad) lAiivcr lltoad Slrwl. Bridgetown. Barbados. I'HONKS: 4585 & 2789. OtLEGATION TO DISCUSS CHINA PROBLEM 'WHO, Jan. 9. Sources close to thi ban Delegation said tonight lha; while no delegation w. %  lecuring South-Easi Asia aga-Bat Communism, it was hi %  Aorkable plan for early conibtnad action U i MI misters are iiscuss the pioblciu ol China. —Re ul#f. 1-lh tii:.v PFARL BARLEY • IATMEAL Laige CHEAM OF WHEAT Small CHEAM OF WHEAT Large QUAKER OATS vith China ware I Large ROBtN HOOD OATS 1 lasai Tumbler TONO MasWIsM CREAM 'IT — Pears. Pineapple, Bl I INCE & Co., Ltd. OIAL 223 BOtsUCK ST. *'t4 g 4f) THE ^^ TEST IS THE TASTE Throughbut 1950 ENJOY the EXCELLENT QUALITY OF J & R BREAD fUtogr.i.cd over a (tAiury uo by Her Gr.o Msiesty. Queen Vtcto. it, at the leading maken of Quillt, BIKOII.. Carr'i ojl Carhilft to-day mil carry forward iht tame proud tradmon. From every corner of the world comet an in..uent demand f-r the Bucu.t, which are known and remembered (or ihcir hi|h quality. TH£ £fl/Gl/SH 8/SCU/r MAKFPS • I Qeessts -im Pnif storee. Sole Agenls in Barbados: THE OOWDING ESTITrS 4 I RIDING CO. 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inn I'M.I FOIR |'.M:.(\DOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, ^AMUm | BARBADOS & mWifl t -T "^ f — 1 ruUWMd l nt Una)! Co Ltd.. . Brel SI. Br*atto Tuesday. January 10, 1950 Safety \i Sea THE uncertainty of the fate of the Auxiliary Schooner Gloria May sixteen days overdue on a voyage from Demerara to Barbados serves to focus attention on the lack of proper facilities for the safety of seagoing vessels in the Caribbean. The Gloria May left Demerara on December 24 with a crew of twelve beside the skipper Capt. George Graham and two passengers. If no news of their whereabouts comes to hand it will mean that fifteen lives will have been lost without trace. If a' some point in the journey there had been a wireless transmitting set on board the vessel, it would have been ascertained at what stage the vessel began to encounter difficulties. The first essential in this measure of safely is the enforcing by means of the law els and especially those carrying passengers should be equipped with wireless transmitting and receiving sets. It might be possible to relieve a vessel in danger or to rescue any or all of its passengers and crew who had taken to boats. In this way even if a vessel is lost it would be possible to save human life. Governments nf the West Indies should not allow to ply for hire in this area without making the necessary provision for the H carried. The CU of life boats demanded by the law is an indication'that it was intended that some succour should be given to those aboard if misfortune befalls any vessel. Tins then should be carried to its logical conclusion. The other provision is another I ensuring that masters of these li hold certificates such as are demanded by the Board of Trade or awarded by the School of Navigation in Jamaica. During the last war, the loss of time and sometimes cargo caused by the arrival at ; it when intending to go to another I rough! clearly to public notice. The inter. || were doing a fine job in carrying cargoes from one port to r when the large vessels could not afford, to run the gauntlet with the German submarines lurking in these waters. But it was good fortune that more of them "in not lost. In past years vessels have been lost without trace and it was presumed that %  torn)* had overtaken them and that crews had no opportunity to get out the boats. No one was ever m position to say what re of suffering the members ul the i (he passengers endured before death ..r whether there had been any tunttj to rwctM lb i in in pan bo***. The last such tragedy I the Island Queen lust on a J 01 "'" hours between On anil St Vincent. %  i th* iDtarcotaial schooners run th* siil.in.iune blockade during th* 1....1 war, it was pointed out by ilns newspaper that if the masters all held cartlSoatk* much of th* Urn* would -MM and IOBM ..1 th* ... too. Nothing was ever done and now this v has come to emphasise the need for some measure of precaution. The Dutch Government has just made pulaory for masters of vessels in the Dutch West Indies n, have eertificates and i" this end providad th* facilities f..r Kady li should not be difficult for the British Government through Colonial Develop%  I lo Improvi th* Mhool in 'his rnifio**. Ipplng facilities at s that the West I ill have to depend on these smaller craft Urn* and lh*r* thauM be EOT those who aie compelled to travel by them. SMALL EXPECTATIONS LONDON, (B) For Britons 1950 will be a year unties and small expectations. The stuck market!people — face the new ifltr a momentous twelve month* spotlighted by devaluation and Kith British O securities barely holding their ground due to all the uncertainties. With l national dcttion looming up and the possibility "f another unpleasant budget little else could be expected. The arguments for or again?t %  (.eating. Fears have been expressed that uniesa impetus Is given to UH dollar export drive it will waJJOW hopelessly In the "crawling" stage and the opportunity offered by devaluation will have been missed For Mr. and Mrs. John Bull and family the rising cost of livin/, high :i1t, i ;,n,i • iu:, '"i y P U a formidable damper on prospect.-, but there are a few bright spots. ia possibility of mora I need meat, milk, bacon, eggs and cheese but less food from dollar countries will be imported. Mrs. Bull can expect I niturc and larger quantities and of furnishing will have a slightly better cruime of g*ttll M.I. but chances of getting a house in 1950 will remain very slim. Private building will be resumed on February % %  llUl ,,: a ratio of only OIKprivate li cense to every nine local authority licenses. Rents are expected I Eh little UkchhoI of decreases. There will be fewer clothes and i. es for most articles of r'othing. With some restrictioi %  be Imported, but the shortage of ; remain. Tobacco supnot improve the temper of mota With two itatiou operating, I9M is expected to be a boom television. A survey of prospects for the t tW ft %  II. I r.il llfierflirtigr-r Feod Recent ration increases built up a hope that the lean years are passing, but it is not at all certain thai the present levels can IK.' maintained in every case. Traders term it a "false state of plenty" and cannot conceive that the present increases in rations and import of many kinds can last nothing; The trade haa warned the public to expect either higher prices In utility goods or smaller of them. Cotton goods will continue in short supply until production is boosted and devaluation and rising costs can be counted on to keep up prices. The Board of Trade spokesman said there should be no difficulty as far as woollen goods were concerned, but traders Insist If wool prices stay up then prices of finished products will have to ,.< ralissL Housing: Recent Government economy cuts in building plans will not become a reality until the end of 1950, The cut in November 1949 in the rate of building (220,000 houses a year) will have nsfoni until the autumn of 1950, as it takes about 12 months to build a house. During early 1950, Ministry of Hi.ilth housing experts will try to get an accurate figure of the houses really needed. Although restricted private building resumes on February 1, private house prices will be governed by the local authorities. They have power to approve privates^ built houses costing up to $8,400, but these cases will be rare Prices of second-hand houses will probably climb in the early Spring as accommodations for lies become more acute. Kmis Local authorities control the rents question and no reductions are envisaged. Several ,i! authorities have upped the i ouncil houses recently. Agriculture: There are prosI bigger wheat acreage rod tocmaaW) livestock in 1950. -.oar agricultural plan M production will conU ana in addition, %  nation-wide drive to use mari to produce more meat mid ir.iIK is expected. Furniture: Better quality furniture will reach British shops in 1950 but prices will remain high. Recent high demand Is expected to slacker, because of prices. The trade states that production is about equal to demand at prese.it prices. Furnishing fabrics: Devaluation Is expected to push up prices but there will be larger supplies and greater variety because of increased home production and im< tuna aad patter?: The trade forecasts a food supply of plain white china and pottefy but little decorated pottery will be available. Only small quantities mark. ed "export reject" will reach British shops. Tobacco: There is little hope for an Improvement in supplies. A reduction in purchases of American tobacco would not affect supplies before the end of the year. Wines: Some good wines at cheaper prices are already entering the country as is evidenced by the excellent Christmas selection. Sherry and port importers expect more variety, and bigger quantities if the budget is favourable. ... Vacation: Devaluation will In. crease the price of vacations in Europe by as much as 10 to 15 per cent. For Britons, vacations at home will cos* about the same as in 1949. Motoring: Manufacturers plan to produce some 440.000 automobiles In 1950. Under existing arrangements with the Ministry of Supply manufacturers will have to export 330.000 but they are doubtful if this target actually can be reached. Any seasonal decline In sales to some countries would mean diversions to the home market Some 4,000 extra tars reached the home market In this way during 1949. Televhlsa: The trade plans on producing 300.000 television sets in 1950. nearly twice the 1949 ngure Efforts will be made to reduce costs (the cheapest set on the British market is about $110* but hopes of price reductions are offset by price Increases in raw materials No important changes in design are expected.—I.N.S. HliiiiM s The Car By JOHN McCAFFERTY PHn.ADFI.PHIA, (By Mail) the Univerity of Vn will take no lu.iui.r. nation's highways Until biles are designed for lie Infori K tomolnle Club of Philadelphia that bt elie\: day automobile unapproprU' %  sod bfjti %  Dr. Wooiward changed that alleged emphasis on "i dads" In the m ing BUay BMtoriate ti> their graves a nn ua ll y. Stress ii| MI so I ;. gad. id blown-op contended, is • %  iietnmeiit.il to tha i Di Wood* 1 %  tho t edt%  automobile "entirely u %  And hi %  autuI I %  %  'new i %  Dg rale Ml I itlon." Dr. Wood Id I %  erippUi 1,1 V In the "Ao. ut'ii in tha rate of Injun [ions in the designs of the Dr. Wood\ tomobll I On •''' COI I" limit top ID) l 55 miles |KT hour without Inti fering in an] tiun at 1 2. ii.'i such as arc standard aqutpntnl in Bin 3. in-' such as sponge nibber padding on daahboarda knoTtha book of front 4. cl; h-iuiU etc. 5. Bounties] of OtOO" shock absorbers on (rout bumpers lo %  6. installati. : gUlCS to BfSS| better and wider vision such .is is now done in many trucks and bu Ml 7. elimination of shiny, reflect M from the driver's visual BOM by doing away with .ill chromium trim. 8. shelving of sleek convertible models entirely "because of the J.tnger lo passengers In event of an upset or a "turnover." (tattoo of "polarized wridshields" to minimize daytime driving glare and reduce "night blinding." Dr. Woodward said that that %  ii.-st of his 'safety suggestions' can be employed immediately while others will require new laws or additional research." —INS. "Can you walk a little, dear— mummy s hands ass) Jro;en." LoaSoa ttfiti St'whm ToiftWfc I'houUlit THE KEY lo every man is his fhouqht. Sfutdy and defying !hou#h he looJis. ho has a helm which he obeys. which is the idea after which all his faclj aie classified. —EMERSON THERE is nolhing fhat makes men rich and strong buf fhaf which they carry inside of fhem. Wealth is of the heart, not of the hand. — John Milton. Dear Pedestrians! Dear Motorists! FRANKFURT (By Mail). The police of Franklurt apparently arc striving to out-do any officer in the world when it comes to courtesy. This move is highly favoured by the German people, who for many years, lived under the iron rules of the black-booted "Third Reich" policemen Tickets and stickers are wellknown measures to curtail traffic violators. However, the tickets Issued by the Frankfurt Police are of a different nature and, somewhat more pleasant for the offender. So-called "warning tickets," bear the following text: "Dear pedestrians — motorists! By your conduct, you have violated the traffic rules and thus endangered the life of your fellow-cituens as well as your own. The Frankfurt Police politely ask you to observe all existing traffic rules in the future, thus helping to decrease the accident rate in our city. In case of repeated violation we are reluctantly compelled to %  erve notice against you." In addition to this, new courtesy signs have been installed at all major roads leading to and from Frankfurt. The :Vgns. bearing two Inscriptions. One for incoming automobiles, reads: The Frankfurt Police ask you to obv, rve ill trafflc regulations.'' The second, for departing trafflc says' "The Frankfurt Police appreciate your observance of all traffic regulations. —I.N 8. By Thomaw I". Wal*on LONDON (By Mail). The four deputy ministers of the I States, Britain, France and Russia resumed their apoarently interminable negotiations to produce a draft Peace Treaty for Ausl a in London yesterday. This was their 287th meeting. The tali:;; began in January'. 19*' and while much has 1 been accomplished there are still one or two vital outstanding matters yet to be clearcV up. Throughout the talks Russia has maintained an uncompromising position to these vital matters. If any compromise has been effected it was on the initiative of the Western Powers. The issue which must be settled at this meeting is the amount the Austrian Government will have to pay the Russians for supplies and services rendered to Austria by Russia since 1945. The talks in Lake Success flopped on this point. Austria, in addition to the 160,000.000 dollars reparations to Russia, offered a further four million dollars for services. Russia refused it point blank and the deputies decided that the matter might be settled bilaterally. So the talks resumed on a bilateral scale in Vienna. Over three weeks ago the Austrian Government amended their offer and despatched a note to Moscow outlining their new terms'. So far, despite urgings on the part nf the other deputies, no reply has been received. Russia has stated in unequivocal languai refugees in Austria. Austria is willing to nationplize and absorb about 50,000 of these people. Russia on the other hand wants these refugees carefully screened before they are absorbed into Austria's population. As many of these refugees are from countries now under Russian domination. Russia is demanding that they be returned to the country of their origin whether the refugees like or not. Britain, USA and France com promised on this issue by saying that only those who freely volunteered to return should be repatriated. Russia refused to accept. The Western Powers, fearing that serious consequences might befall these people if they are forcibly returned to their country of origin, have refused so far to yield and it is more than likely that they will maintain that attitude. So, unless there is a change of heart on the part of the Soviet authorities, the deadlock appears to be as insoluble as ever.—I.N.S. For irjjj totdUtejL ^Hv/ CROWN MALT EXTRACT Pkts. SELECTED TABLE RAISINS SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE CUBES 4 SLICES .. CREAM OF WHEAT (Small pkts.) ^ COLONNADE STORES Pan-African Roads NAIROBI, Kcnja Colony. A network of aU-wtalhtr rOMf to cover the African continent within the Met !• %  yean was recommended b> the International Congress o( Africsn Touring, which met hero. Some of tho countries represented said they plsn to start building some of the roads suggested.—I C.P.I "Back Home" Visit COHNER UROOK, Canada. L, will be an "old hume visit" for Newfoundlanders on the Canadian mainland if a planned steamship lour takes shape Newfoundlanders in Montreal plan to charter a boat next summer, load it frith fellow islanders and make %  leisurely tour of the principal ports of Newfoundland av.\ TABLE TOPS ENAMEL 42" x 30" BLACK GLASS, round, Vilrolit* 18", 22", & 24" diameter ALUMINUM SHEETING, cut to sin LINOLEUM, cut to size WILKINSON & HA V \ IS CO.. LTl>„ *jj C S. PITCHER & CO.. L Phones: 4472 & 111X7 %  ""' Fine Chocola CADBURY'S CHOCOLATE BISCUITS—per tin ilHtl CADBURY'S CHOCOLATES—per box U .Bjl TERRY'S CHOCOLATES— per box 87, ,9J, 1*1 TERRY'S CHOCOLATE BARSeach KEILLER DUNDEE CAKE—well CARR'S CUMBERLAND FRUIT CAKE—each., FIGS—per pkt CANDIED PEEL—1-tb pkt CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS—per tin ODEX SOAP— pei eak* "COCKADE" Fine KIM STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. Ul Legislation Helps The Boars THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN OBERUNCEN, Germany, (By Mall). Hi in-hunting by wild boars instead of boarhunting by man is a new post-war "turnabout" in German forests. The 100 pereent disarmament since the close of World War II, which also was extended to hunters, has reversed relations between civilized man and the wild beasts. Recently a group uf foresters in the neighbourhood of Goppingen in the South West of Germanv became the object of a mass attack by 20 wild boars in open daylight. The woodmen h.d just settled down for n short rest and snack, when the black beasts, led by a l-oar, suddenly rushed forward from n thicket where they apparently had hidden and prepared their assault. The woodmen, many of them obviously wartrained, quickly took refuge in improvised trenches and between piles of fallen trees. No one was hurt, but they had to hold out in their ilong time before the "e!l•my %  retreated. In another case, a single boar boldly strolled through the streets of the town of Stuttgart, it left the impression that i; had an uncanny knowledge of man's unarmednc&s. Only when many citizens had been alarmed and began an organised clatter of teapots, bells aiul other "instruments" did the visitor slowly retreat I forest. In the Lake of Constance District wild boars pay so many visits to the borders of the lake that no private persons or tourists venture to leave the precincts of town and village very far. The recently-announced "rearmament" of German hunters is expected to reverse the situation in favour of civilization. Mill HEADERS SAY: Miouhl IN civilians Walk on the Left or Ktghtf Side of I InItoad? • u kJitar. The Adiocule, I Association is being formed "l uld be soluble to have /"I" for ptdWrun, l %  J'V. ..I it, bKoininit the ibmss which should ll the side ot the ud on which ihc>should walk iruction, stated ihe road In BJ "poikm this Is a mistake as the rwponslblbij. U placed only en uular trafflc. luoer on a previous occasion a code tor pedestrians was |P during; Colonel DIcVthis 11 wa, "•flPMad that pedestrians shoul I -alk on the right so as to lac.. trafflc thus placing re aponHblllty on both parlies. Ink there should be J general airing ol the subjei: so that the general public ghouW hat Is expect,.^ White Park R M d BEN G ,BSON Jan 7, 1W0. I Spring Clvan V<-./i Mtor. TI i Ad SIH. N parish of St Jssssas srasM at very smoothl) Thrre was a asarked nbsence of mud-sUngl at the la tjon. Ml out-going 1 speech told tho Uotpa the parish had succeeded' in maintaining *m efficient sUtl mum wess* and that tha poor had been well attended to, 1 am glad to know th*.t the poor received a satisfatpoor and dcMitule should be always taken hwarden sam hear from Mr Waleosi wtn u a Comsniasloner at* TtTaraa assi atw who is really doaptjr irinasliJ to the affair for reorganising the san rartmer.t I that a few things in that department are very unsavoury. Tho . la charge and responsive parish %  i hast also to pi I a sub-sanitary inspector and go about daily n^pecting i.nd along other sub-sanitary inraporl daOj to we Chan ,,, he hag done. Instead of dcv.i %  K up on their its at hi* oJBl i sssamary inspector, rubbing % %  * *ae evkiMK. %  li Walcolt also nude reference. Whatever might have been the object of carrying on this system in the past. it is not good enough for today nor does it stand good for the MUM. ft ..'. thai heiid of one A fully uaHlicd. ef)u . 'isser and the people of St. James require and earnestly desire the same modem method of running the sanitation of tha parish as fc obtainable in each of the other ten parishes. Every chairman feels proud when he has a competent man at the head of effairs and the people rest quietly in UMta beds when they know that their sanitation is entrusted into capable 1. 11 arc only three Jsssssielors in this parish which island in in houses—the one third the number of houses and people. The parish %  n increased staff of inspectors ard one or more disaa uith the Chief In ipector in charge of the people'* health and nut the Chairman. In the neighbouring pgfam of St. Peter with lesser houses and smaller population there are foui sub-inspectors and the Chief Inspector and now I notice from your columns that the commis%  .'..'. . for two u< should not lag behind the times It will be the duty of the new Vestry to put its house in order taiy and not wait to bo forced by the Public Health Bill to do what is already a duty to the taxpayers but what-is clearly necessary and long overdue. They have Just bioken faith by appointing an outsider to the post of submspector in preference to a bright and Intelligent man already | with Unnecessary qualiiications. It Is yet time to n tings right and there should S. B Orange Hill. St James. Tho Pottery l,u/u*tf\ To The Editor. The Ad: SIH. Your report in to-day's Issue OB my speech for the res"THE MASTER M FOR MEN STOP LN TO-DAY AND THE SHOE OF THE FI ENGLISH CRAFTMANSHIP DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. *'WVW^v, olution Ui provide funds for the CalS making plant at Lancaster -rate and I a indulgence to make the necessary corrections. Paragraph three si "tiovcni!:.. the indus: >' %  that the Government .it the Indusli made profitable, but that the ndcrtake certain industries that private concerns would not undertake ow'ng to the returns QB their money. Paragraph four contains i, greater mistake m stating thM the pottery industry was one of the greatest private srojecu that U had seen for sometime. It should have been the Tennessee Valley A ' "? %  k projec.. %  i seer, for somctrialists ..ndertaken this •an F I. WALCOTT. January 5, 150. These On Vow Shopping^ POWDEKEU GELATIN—lb LEMON CURD—botlle CATELLI EGG NOODLE—pkt. 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TUESDAY. JANUARY II). 1950 LOCAL NEWS BARBADOS IDVOI 2 Ladies Successful |B.H. Governor In Vestry Elections Very Popular Mottley Heads Poll Again In SL Michael PAGE I I \I: TWO ladies were successful candidates in Vestrv Elections held yesterday. They were Mrs. H. A. Talma in Christ Church, and Mrs. F. E. Daysh in St. Philjp. In St. Michael Mr. E. D. Mottley again headed the polls, this time with 730 votes out of a total of 1,000. Mr. T. W. Miller was second with 566 votes. Mrs. F. E. Daysh, sinter of Mi. Mr. J. W. Hewitt was unsuccessful. He secured 421 votes, and so the old Vestry was returned. Successful newcomers in Christ Church apart from Mrs. Talma were Mr. A. M. Jones, and Mr. M. E. R. Bourne. Mr. A. N. Chadderton who served on the Vestry on previous occasions, but who did not serve last year, was also successful yesterday. Another lady, Mrs. R. C. Skinner who came forward for St. Lucy did win the favour of the electorate. Electors Thanked At the end of the count in St. Michael Mr. H. A. Tudor, retiring Churchwarden, thanked the electors for having re-elected him and the Sheriff. Mr. F. J. Cole and the Sub-sheriff. Mr. R. M. Cave for the orderly way in which the proceedings had been carried out. He congratulated Mr. Mottley and Mr. Miller and extended his sympathy to Mr. Hewitt. Mr. Cole paid tribute to the orderly way in which the electors had gone about their business. Mr. Mottley also thanked the electors for their support. He said he was gratified at the result especially in view of the fact that he had oeen ill, and had not been able to contact all of his supporters. He promised to do his best in their interest. Mr. Mh'er. Mr. Weatherhead, Mr. Symnunds and Mr. Chase also returned thanks, and Mr. Hewitt aftei saying thanks for the support he had got, promised to come again. Total Return The total return for St. Michael H. L. Smith, another member of the Vesiry. There were no other candidates and the old Vestry along with Mrs. Daysli was declared elected. The Vestry lor this year ll therefore composed of the follow, ing members: Mr. A. G. F. Farmer. Mr. D. D. Garner M.C.P.; Mr. E. L. Lyte; Mr. T. D. Mayers; Mr. E. L. Moore; Mr. A. T. Skeete; Mr. R. B. Skeete; Mr. H. L. Smith; Mr. R. St.C. Weekes; Mrs. F. E. Daysh. Three newcomers found favour with the St. Lucy Electorate. They were. Mr. F. A. Greaves; Mr. G. Harris and Mr Kenneth C. O'Neale. Three of last year's vestrymen were dropped — Mr. C. O. Knight. Mr. W. Connell and Mr D. E. Webster. Mr. J. b. T. Biancker M.C.P. an old Vestryman topped the polls with 1S5 votes; Mr I, L Ward M.C.P. was next with 125; Votes secured by other successful candidates were as follows: Mr. E. L. Bannister, 118; Mr. F. A. Greaves, 117; Mr W. L. Greaves. 108; Mr. G. G Harris. 102; Mr. K. C. O'Neale, 100; Mr. W. H. Vearwood. 90; Mr. I. C. Sobers, 81; Mr. G. Fltz G. O'Neale. 73. New Candidates Two candidates who did not sit on the Vestry last year were fortunate in St. Thomas. One of them Mr. V. E. Reeves, tied with Mr. Julian Mahon. veteran Vestryman, for the highest number of votes. The other was Mr. C. M. Collins. Two members of last vein's Vestry who were dropped were Mr. R. S. Bancroft and Mr. was as follows : Mr. E. D. Mottley, I C. E. Tryhane. M.C.P.. 730; Mr. T. W. Miller. 5W;, List of successful candidates Mr. H .A. Tudor, 540; Mr. F. C.. follow: Mr. J. Mahon and Mr. Goddard, M.C.P.. 523; Mr. V. W.Iv. E. Reeves, 150 votes each; Mr A. Chase, 520; Mr. F. McD SymK. Sandiford. 130; Mr. C. M. Colmonds. 517; Mr. A. S. Bryden. 511 Mr. C. C. Browne, 509; Mr. B. A. Weatherhead.505; Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C.. 501; Mr. C. A. Braitnwaite, 488; Mr. A. R. Toppin. 494; Mr. D. G. Leacock (Jr.), 476; Mr. T. Bownng, 474; Mr. E. F. C. Bethell, M.C.P.. 465; Mr. J. K. C. Grannum, 425. Mr. J. W. Hewitt, the unsuccessful candidate got 421 votes. Successful candidates in Christ Church were: Mr. G. C. Ward, 327 votes; Mr. F. C. Goddard, 319; Mr. C. S. McKenzie. 319; Mr. H. St. G. Ward. 311; Hon'ble A. G. Gittens, M.L.C.. 297; Mr. C. M. Drayton, 283; Mr. J. E. Webster, 280; Mr. V. W. A. Chase. 278; Mr. C. D. Branford. 268; Mr. G. C. Ashby. 264; Mrs. H A. Talma, 263; Mr. IT. J. Parrav.cino, 253, Mr Hugh Games. 251; Mr. A. M. Jones 241; Mr. C. Hill. 229; Mr. M. E. R. Bourne, 222. St. Philip's Returns St. Philip's parish, who had no Nomination Day last Monday because a Sheriff or sub-Sheriff was not available had Nomination Day yesterday. Mr. Scott, Assessor of the parish, acted as Sheriff and Mr. Moore, Poor Law Inspector as Sub-sheriff. The old Vestry was proposed with the exception of Mr. H. Man. ning who retired. He proposed Hns. 124; Mr. A. E. Cave, 123; Mr L. D. Gill. 123; Mr. J. C. Thornc. 122; Mr. S. A. Walcott, 131; Mr W. T. Gooding 116; Mr. D. A. Watson, 106. Nine members oi iast year's Vestry were returned in St. James. The tenth, a newcomer, was Mr E. Holder, who was nominated alter his father, an old vestryman, had resigned. This year's Vestry will therefore be: Mr. S. A. Walcott whe topped the poll with 167 votes,* Mr. J. H. Wilkinson M.C.P.. :t f 3; Mr. A. L. Jordan. 156; Mr. C. G. Massiah. 144; Mr. S. Massiah 139. Mr. A. G. Johnson. 139; Mr. W. W. Denny, 122; Mr. E. HoldT. 122; Mr. R. S. Bancroft 113; Mr. D. E. Webster, 111. Unsuccessful candidates were Mr. J. M. Crick, Mr. C. E. Jemmott, and Mr. C. B. Searle. In St. Joseph the old Vestry was returned. Names of the members are: Mr. W. K. Coward, 84 vote*; Mr. A. P. Cox 84; Mr. H. W. Carter. 77; Mr. L. L. Gill, 74; Mr. W. T. Gooding, 72; Mr. J. A. Haynes, 70; Mr. L. E. Smith M.C.P., 70; Mr. G. R. Hutson, 68; Mr. C. A. Williams, 60; Mr. J. Branch, 55. Unsuccessful were Mr. C. Holder. Mr. R. Lee and Mr. McD. Chandler. In Carlisle Hay IN PORT-Y*l Pouck. Bch. L*udal£*>*. Srh. ManuaU. Sch Philip H Davidson, Yachl Maya. Yawl Storlabackar Sen. Suitthina fL, Sch. Mary M. L**la, Btb. Aknundrina R-. Srh. r^ncn W Smith, Urn. Turtle Dove. &ch. Marlon BaU, Woli*. Sth. Emanua C Gordon. Srh. fUtutaldN. Wallace. Srh. Mandal^ II. Sfch. Man* Hennetla. S**dla* Barquenilue Sunbeam, M.V. Lanly Joy ARRIVALS U. Fort Amber*!. 1.048 lona net. Capt. Kmn. from Grenada, AeariU; Ua Coat.* Co.. ..Id. Yacht Beetle. lona net. Capt. Nolan. (rom Grenada. H-V. Canadian Challenger, SJM tons ***. Cap*. Anderaaon, from si CNO ASWita: Gardiner Auitin Si Co Ltd. a.8. Alcua Peajaagi, 3*31 ton* net Capt Mocafan, from Dominii*. Anon. Da Coata & Co.. i,ui. %  .. RUflna, l.BM lona net, Cap* Hoorda. from Trinidad. Ajcnl*. Da Lim* Co.. Lid. SMwoner FMncaaa Louiae. M ton* net rapt MitcheU. from, St. Lucia, Agent* aehooner CHtrmv AaauctaiUm M.V. Arucoata, 1*4 tone net, Capt Lvwla. from Trinidad; AganU: Oillem Cruney Co. Sv-edlah S S C. G Thulln. 1J1T Ion net. Capt Anderaaon. from St. CroU. Agent i; Robert Thorn Lid BirAMvau M V. RuBna. IJH lona ne-. Capt Roorda. for Grenada; Agent*. La Coil. Co., Ud. M V. Blue Star. 110 lona net, Capi iVrgiueuit. for Trlixdad; Affenl. A. E Harris. Eaq. M.V. Daerwood, M tone nel. Cap Archibald. for St. Lucia, .Agent Schooner Owners' Aaeocution. S.S. Sundial. 1M tone net. Capt fat; %  Ruaacll. for Trinidad. AaenU Pwniatioi Ltd. S.S. C. G. Ttuilm. 1J1T tone net. Ca, *n• CUrk.. Audi., Cr. j£Lhi ta V L 'iMoosw 81. John. j?fr 55 DnusU.. Audrtr Dousu. ii,; %  ",• % %  • %  •-:''"''%  K.I % %  .. K, .„..-.. %  ""k Jlvi. Kanwhii.. WlllUm C.I., ELK? "' CWTora H*. n r..nk B u .l,. •ST,??".? !" 1 ? 1 *" ""*"' C """ d QJ!! !" Pi.lot. Abiudti. Imt-i vl **n. H.Wii Cummlna.. sun. Cumrjpte Weather "" RUM ; i, „,,,_ "•inlall Caiaa PaUrlrU Da Cat**. Jatflrrv Da Catta Uicila Lrtaar. Oarl Laiaa. Baairlr Oclma aa, Guilltmina Baiwh, Frantlco Hanrh. Imabal Mallock, Mrcdaa Mlrabal. Albarto SoUrn. Mauitoa Jonci From ST. LUCIA; Joaaph Andrlaux. Vvunnr Andrlaux. Carolyn Bark.nkamp. Mama Barkarkamp, Uonal Paul. Louu CaoU-Lartlcua, Alfred Ba>na*. Daphna TrwrobaM*. Wllliar. Oraca, Barlram Kav, J.ri.t-. ,.,.-!rr From ST. KITTSMr Wilfrid Ftten, Ho.ard Kirn. Mr John Maillar. Mlaa 5— 'ax-i ror.iatar X 004 dpi What's on Todav Cuatcn, Oiuan Talkt, HaiUnfa Haw %  "I ajr. poiie. caru at 10 JJB. Oaortw Johnaon. Mr. PaUr Johnn From ANTIGUA: Danlal Walwjn. Ed. WM Tiio'i aa**a From GRENADA Quian* Knmhl, ValrntlD* Arclarr. DKFARII *fK-Hj R.H I VI For TRINIDAD Mr. John Bavur, Mr Arpad S.,**>, %  ;. Mr. Alma Sorfar, MaiUl Gaoro Sorter. Mr. rradanck OraawiaVt*. Mr. WannH Baal. Mr Gerald Boteor.. Ma.lar Edward Bataon. Mlaa Bmmva HOB-Id.. Mr John Gordon. MMa Darothr MeConne>. Mr Anonl MaalaBonl. Mr. Blanco MaateJaaol. Mr Wallar Enart Mr*. Dorothy EMtrt. Mr. Marco* Shadach. Master Max BUunan. Mr*. Rivca Sihman, M Arthur Goddard, Mr. Frank Buah. Mr. Clifford Re_n F... IT 1 fClA Mr. Charloa DuBo< Uv. Mr.. EJ*.r DuBouLay. Mlaa Palric DuBoular. Mr. Ltonal Arthur, Mr*. ShaiU Artho-. Kaatrr Cuthbart Arthur. Mm i-vi. Baal. Mra. A|nn Boekh, Mr, Aua-i lot Andrew. "Amherst" Brings Food Stuff THE "Fort Amherst", passenger freighter of the Furness Withy Steamship Company, arrived at Barbados yesterday from New York via St. Thomas, Trinidad and Grenada. Along with oranges, egg pulp and refrigerated picnic hams taken at Trinidad, this vessel brought supplies of Hour, cocoa, milk powder, spaghetti, cooking butter, naval beef, boneless bacon, picnic hams, saltpack hams, G. M. U. and steel angles which were transhipment cargo ex the steamships "Senator". "Comedian", "Governor" and "Pioneer Gem." She brought from New York -machine parts, boiling, varnish and material. The '"Fort Amherst" left port yesterday evening for Martinique. Its local representatives are Messrs. Da Costa* & Co., Ltd. (iustry was largely responsible for that changed outlook and 15-year contract had been signed up with an English company to take all their bananas for that period at fixed prices. Mr. Boyd arrived last week bv B.W.I.A. via St. Ijicia for the Customs Union Talks and the Hastings Hotel He said lhat the large estates and peasants were all planting heavily and the only drawback was the lack ot cumnuintcation*; however, there was a four-year scheme lo spend about £300,000 on roads which would considerably improve the situation. Thore was also a Greek firm which was putting up a factoty to process citrus and other fruits. %  ad that** were prospects of the Food Ministry taking ItM entire crop of orange and grapefruit viuring the next few y Contrary to rumours that hud filtered through to Dominica, he was greatly impressed by the work that the Colonial Development Corporation was doing r.n the reconstruction of Castries and he hoped it would be possible to persuade them to undertake some of the larger road jobs in Dominica. Great Difficulty Mr. Boyd said that he had great difficulty in getting proper cabin accommodation on the and a quantity of rum for St. j "Lady Rodney" although he had John will be loaded on M.V. ( made efforts to get a booking; Will Take Aivay Rum ABOUT 600 puncheons of mo. lasses for St. John and Halifax "Canadian Challenger" which ar rived here from Trinidad yesterday. It brought here from Trinidad a cargo comprised of fresh fruit, bitters, stationery, shirts and personal ertects. Seven rac*J DOtsai consigned to Hon. V. C. Gale. three weeks previous to the arivai of the ship with the agents n Bermuda. us senior -Ulcers with whom he had disI UaMd the matter oth i n St. l.u.i.i and Barbados, had expressed dissatisfaction with the laek M.L.C.. Mr. II.iaw.rVte and £ S£ 'VftTnlZ ? J2J*. this vessel. The "Challenger" will be sailing to-day for St. John and Halifax. Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd., are agents. FUEL FROM ST. LUCIA AMONG yesterday's arrival;! was the schooner "Princess Louise" under Captain Mitchell. This vessel brought from St. Lucia a cargo of charcoal. (Irewood, hoestlcks and cocoanuts. Messrs. Schooner Owners' Association are local agents. 10/For Mi^'onduH THEIR Honours Mr. G. L. Taylor and J W. B. Chenery yesterday agreed with the decision of Mr. S. H. Nurse, Police Magistrate of District "C" who imposed a fine of 10.'and 2/costs on L*on Farley of Orange Hill, St., James. Their Honours ordered Farley also to pay 7/8 Court of Appeal costs. He had been found guilty of haying misconducted himself while on the property occupied by Edith Collins of Holder's Hill. Car Damaged In Accident The right front fender, the r*r fenders, and the right side of tha, motor cir M—1817. were damaged in an accident on Saturday. The accident occurred at about 1.30 p.m. on Rouen Road. St. Michael, between the motor lorry P—142. .> vned by A. G. and W. K. Farmer of Oughterson. St. Philip and driven by Elliot Gittens of East Point, in the same Parish, and M—1817. which is owned by Clement Austin, shopkeeper at the corner of Constitution and Martindalcs Road, and was driven by his daughter. Claire Austin of the same address. No damage w.i done to the lorry. Bicycle And Cur Collide The front w MM of I owned and ridden by Rupert Belgrave of Bush Hall, was extensively damaged in an accident which occurred on White Park Road at about 11.40 a.m., on Saturday. The cycle a.id the motor car M—2472, owned and driven by Alistair Edghill of "Hamilton", Strathclyde, collided. Belgrave was slightly injured. which was a subsidised line. He expects that action will be taken by his Government in m future. Meanono(iation will be secured for delegate, attending conferences abroad through the head office of C.N.S. I n Montreal, instead of relying on the local agents who seemod unable to prevail upon tha ships' officials to provide suitatle accommodation for West Indians of all complexions. 3 Trucks Arrive M.V. "Arocosla" relumed lo the island yesterday from Trinidad under Captain Lewis. H brought three trucks and a motor car for Mr Wexler. Mr. Wexler is expected to arrive here by plane today. After he arrives, it will be deeded whether or nol the "Arocosla" will take old iron hero and also the next port of call. Local agents are Messrs Gittens. Croney & Co. Lorry And Car In Collision An accident occurred on Hastings Road. Chr.st Church at about 11.15 a.m. on Saturday between the motor car X—427. owned and driven by Johannes Maarleveld o/ St. Lawrence. Christ Church, and the motor lorry X—80S, owned an by Clarence Thorpe of Silver Hill Christ Church. The right running beam and cross beam of the lorry were damaged, while damage was done to th. right front fender, rear fenders, right door and windscreen of 11 e car. FLOUR FROM HALIFAX ONE THOUSAND, six hundred sacks of flour arrived in the ioiony late on Saturday when S.S. "Alcoa Pegasus" called from Halifax. There were also moderate quantities of powdered milk. bran, cereals, cream of wheat, pickled pork, feeds and copper wire on "his vessel for Barbados. The "Pegasus" Is consigned to Messrs. Da Coat. 4 Co., Ltd. 120 Bags Of Mail For Barbados SWEDISH S.S. "C. G. Thulin" called yesterday with cargo from New York. Foodstuffs, meats, sausages. Martini, Vermouth, paint, machinery, auto parts, callende/s and two plows were items among the cargo. This vessel also brought 115 bags of regular mail and five bag. of registered mail. It was ..heuulcd to sail last night for Timidad. Messrs. Robert Thorn Ltd, are agents, AFTER STOCK TAKING WE HAVE MADE SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON DRESSES. BLOUSES, SLACKS and SKIRTS Etc., Eta BROADWAY DRESS SHOP. ARTICLES MISSING Mr. John Heckles of tha. Barbados Dye St Laundry Works reported the loss of U and a hair brush from the Children's Goodwill League. He rtated that th*. loss occurred between December 12 and 19. 23 YEARS AGO tBARBAUOS ADVOtATIv. Janaar> 10, 1925) Dedication of Organ The Organ Dedicatory Servkc at the Collymore ROCK A.M.h. ihurcn last Sunday was well attended and very inspiring. It was conducted by the Kev. J. u. Sniiin 1'astor of the Church. The instrument is a twomanual read organ of excellent tone and splendid variety. Its range and quality were well demonstrated by Mr. W. H. Moore, in solos, a violin solo and an anthem by (he choir of the Church. Vocal solos were sung in characteristically good vouv and style by Miss Marjorle Moore, Miss Onida Sealy and Ml ford Tubbs. Mr. G. C. Williams rendered Handel's "Largo" on the violin with very pleasing effect. The people of Collymore Hock ;.re highly pleased over the renditions of Hie artistes who informed on the occasion and have invited them to make teturn. Much pleasure was afforded, too. by the presence of so many music-loving friends train surrounding communities and Bridgetown including Mr C A Brathwalte. M.C.P, and John S. Mauglin. J.F. HARRISON'S-BROAD ST. e j CROP SEASON REQUISITES — AT — ROCKBOTTOM PRICES. SHOVKl.S a BUCKETS a CANE BILLS a CUTLASS KS a PLANT KNIVES a BAG NEEDLES AND S PLY ENGLISH SEWING TWINE OBTAIN YOUR QUOTATION BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. HARRISONS HARDWARE DEP1. Dial 2364. 'W/^///V///AV.V,V/,V,V//.V,V/.V^,V/V///'/W/A4 'Sorry I can't saa you! "1/Don't let this ajn happen to you \*o^i Don i tm terry — *• tott using Amoltn. DON'T NLCLEC1 LITTLE BURNS THI THING TO USI IS UNGUENTINE NO fmlf.wgy mi do -Sol ico'twtaj. UNGUCNTINt •*> dj • liMIVI PAIN • f:GHi INIKIION • PftOMOtl HlAIINO NOtWJCN ANIMATED OPINIONS Say* Mr. Tiger Rag : "IT'S A HOT NUMBER! 1 VfatW Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection WAITERS PALM TOFfK LID. PLM' WORKS. LONDON. W.3 Car Brakes Were Bad ST CLAIR GRIFFITH was Hi.ni liIn 14 day. or 14 days' inipiisunnicnt by His Worship Mr. A. J. 11. Hanschell yesterday when he was found guilty of driving Ihe car M.883 on September 5 with inefficient br.u Obituary NEWS has. been received in Antigua of the death on Tuesday 3rd January of the Rev. C. G. Erry, Methodist Minister and father of Mrs. J. R. A. Branch wife of Col. J. R. A. Branch, Commissioner of Polka. Ban, Eny was stationed In Antigua for many years as well as British Guiana. 9 Acres Of Canes WenBurnt One of the largest cane fires this year occurred at Farm Plantation St. George t about 4.15 p.m.. on Saturday. The fire, origin unknown. destroyed * acres of Ant and second crop canes. The damage ii covered by Insurance. The canes are the property of Mr. R. Jordon of the same Plan'ation. Gameg Cancelled LONDON. Jan. . As no assurance has been received from the Racing Club of RW de Jan.ini that the matches against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Portsmouth would be played, the fames have been cancelled. The Football Association, on behalf of the English clubs, to-day cabled to Argentine that the tour could not take place, as Insufficient time remained to make adequate arrangements. —Sealer. EPHEDROL quickly rt.ueve.s | r— COLDS and ^jMrT\ CATARRH W~ Ki It clears the nasal pat.^^^^^^m~^^L_ ftages remove sturnrtcss | Es&^^fl ^^^ and the di<>trc*!tiiig conl^^aVfl diiion* t head inlJa and 1 ** 1 catarrh. The patent natal application In.nit is btfiafcak bcttaff than spra or dropper, and can In anted • <"i\ • imml\ n handbag or pocket without fear of leakage f i MaaV h CLAY & ABRAHAM III)., Liverpool. England Enable i Obtainable fram all Drag Hlarea: KNIGHTS LTD.. AGENTS St MSTKIBLTOBK. 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TI r.SDAY, JAXI:ABY 10. PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSoN i MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY pT'S NCTTHIN'! THA T'STU; Taou-si"l SOsVKKI STOLB ^_TMB PrCTUCE 71 OUT OP IT | r^_ 1 f MMfA l. VBBV 1 LI UNUSUAL y Prrt CASE i %  PYHP Stair 1i^ %  WQ ^7^ THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER •C-T A %  THc .i TO W06W ABOUT T(>JAV WMAT A ffBLIBFBY GEORGE MC.MANUS CHDOV-D MJU vxow %  XJTMfil? KAS TAKEN 1 l^Jz** NP If * : TO OQIVE DOWNTO.VN KLLO-D*JNV COWMH %  ,-. B*-m MAV poi\e RIP KIRBY hTMANK& JK3G6 --rut. "*pAU. TUB KOt "J TV* HOU&S-ANp *AOKI T\ NCIQHBOW.'.' •6 KXJt CAR PUCCV ^^V, ___ if W J BBBfl Wmmil^fU Oysters? We Can Eat 'Em LikeCafsMeal! PARIS. (By Mail) MY daughter's cat Tin qnentb "ts a rtoMn waters lor luncheon. In the accompanying picture you can observe fimoihy Rotting down 'o it. He prefers f hi No Tabasco. No lemon. This oyster diet for a xmonth-old pet is not the result of some mad caprice which is carving big inroad* into the MacColl iKK-ketbook. The exact opposite is true. So cheap and plentiful art oysters in France that my wife finds l'.. onomically sound pTOj tion to let Timothy have them i MVCfa] times I week. Like alt cats Timothy thinks the world of fish. Unlike other cats he gets a go at shellfish. Only drawback is that Timothy is unlikely ever to learn how to open the oysters for himself Thus tha delicious dozen must be opened for him first. rou are n Grade A cat lover (which we're not: we're ju*t run-of-the-mill cat likers) it occasionally proves a touch irksome to have to tackle the messy business on behalf of a feline connoisseur. (The by-Iaa-i of the Port* suburb where / Hue forbid fishmongers to sett opened oystera.) Penny Each Mul than it is. Horsemeat for e*rt> works out at 3s. 8d. per lb. And the oysters? I am sad indeed vad that this season they are something like a shilling each in tha London nataunttti it Off not. over here you M k as for a penny each or let i ham them at I u my lol know that 'iiis i.bu' I pref. i the ara get] WhitstaColrhes,-. ter "nv dozen fines de\ rlaire served oi n bed of sea ith ahal of lemon aim brown] i,t butten very fcharming starit naal it costs lit'! when you're eating out. tha restaurant has taken its profits von can still get your dozen in all except the expensive Parll places for around 2s. 6d. Paris alone consumes about 50 'oiis of oysters every da] 'hey oiiiifrom places on the west %  o.ist. One great region is in and around Brittany. Another is on l ha Bay of Biscay. All over Paris, as the autumn i. ;J. into winter there appear .urants the white-painted wooden oyster 1 a man or woman in harge arranges the row of big, square baskets, each containing a Og in their beds of seaweed. Good furThere may be an odd plate of rrowns or even snails. Bur the L* It's (stui) Tough To Stay Famous UNLESS POLITICS IS YOUR BUSINESS W AY up top among the world's moat famous men there are few to Jostle year by yea highest place in the minds and | hearts of the people The people of Britain—asked this month to name their own and | the world's Man of the Year for 949— gave their wotes bo f Winston Churchill. He tops both) pom In The World role iie re, Harry S. Truman, who topped! 1948s Dal Po oI Public Opinion altar hi< startling personal victory in the U.S dial elections. I The voting positions of the two len have almost reversed in the. past 12 months Behind them in the queue, the rest of the world's ml names seen, iike also-rans xok at the lists on the right. All the Iron Curtain praise ano on StalhVl 70th birthlay does not give him more than Jw-ee per cent, support for his %  Mrd place among the worldniters. It moves him up merely couple of places on last year s i Quick Mover T IE only sparkle of freshness in the people" choice come* In the Man uf the Yenr in Britain ^irst six names are straight from t h c House of Commons — Churchill. Cripps. Attlee. Bavin Bevan. and Eden Sir StSffOM Cripps has moved up. Bevln ha.' moved down. Aneurin Uevan is Utf OUH* mover of the year; ah cent, of the votes is four tunas a many as he polled last year, pull ing him up from tenth place tc fifth But Yorkshire—and the BBC —have a promising lad in Wilfred Pickles, who Just got into the first 12 in the 1M8 poll, but now ranks in seventh place. If this poll had been t t m ship of the year, the Amethyst would have been a favourite. A It is, Lieut.-Commander Reran* oyster is the heart of (Ufa matter Nearby is a battery of bottles containing the many condiments and sauces which ingenious spirits have dreamed up through the years to accompany the oyster to its manifold destiny Little tin signs show the prices Th.se R*kM rfe rlairr are Is. >id. a dozen. The Portnoci.se> are 2s. Id. And the beautiful Scions 3s. 4d. You can have your oysters standing there at the kerb, or, if it's not too cold, at a table in the open air. Or should you order them as part of your restaurant meal, the waiter nips outside and fetches you in a plateful from the stall. All very stimulating. And as you undoubtedly are aware, the oyster is "non-fatten1118." "nutrition-pneked rich." —Oh yes, and appeals to cats. Patience. Timothy, patience. The master is about to open another dozen for you. — L.E S. 1949 IN THE WORLD m Winston Churchill Harry Truman Marshal Stalin Clement Attlee (irneral Mar.li.ill II S.A.I Inict Brvin Marshal Til Sir Stafford Cripps General Smuts Lord Boyd Orr Robert Mru/ic (Australia's P.M.) Anthony Eden Others PMl't know It% :i'V 1 n i i 1 15* HI lM'r Harry Truman Winston Churchill General Marshall Count Brrnadottr Marshal Stalin Froest It.-Mn Sir Don Bradman Anthony Eden Cli-iiicnt Attlee ... '. .emr.il MiinK Duke ot Edinhtinth Sir Stafford Cripps i^ Other nominations 7C No suKrestion n '-4* '% >•* *% 2* •n 1* 1". %  i I-, .949 IN BRITAIN 948 I. WlrL.ton Churchill .' sir Stafford Cripps 3. Clement Attlee . 4 Frnesl Bevln 5. Aneurin Bci'an fi. Anthon> Kilcn T. Wilfred Plcklea . 8. LL-Cominander Heram. !i Dukr of F.dinburrh Ml. Lord Boyd OtT .. II lohn Strarhey I'!. Denis Compton Others Don't know .... M* 6% Jli, *% I' I !* l'. 1% 1% IT* 1% Winston Churchill Ernest Bevln Sir Stafford Crlpp* 7^ Anthony Eden .. i% Duke of Edinburgh 4% Clement Attlee Shlney Stanley Sir Hartley shawcroas Denis t'omplon .Anrnrin Bevan .. Freddy Mills Wilfred Plcklea Other nominations No suggestion 11 HI %  i", l I* 1% ii'24, BY ALEX RAYMOND bursts his way up among Britain'?. men ot the year—tying with another Navy num. the Duke ol Edinburgh. Two food men and o. man bring up the ix*ar—Lord Boyd Orr. claiming aM per cent, uf the votes. Sine-! V more lively to) Hum sport in world affairs, Lord Boyri Orr gets a place in the World list. After the top 12, more than 100 names were suggested lor Britain's Man of the Year—Sir Laurence Olivier. Sidney Stanley (he was seventh in hist y< where now). J. Arthur Rank. Lord Lyle, cricketer Len Hutton, %  '. %  "!' man Anton Karas. Bui not us Third Man, Now to the World ; to find a name that -lands out against the ba of a who!-The poll investigators found thai %  MM in threo of the people they questioned tujt gave the reply Don't know". Those who did, gave a haadfsj of votes each to Aneurin Bam. the Pope, Paul Hoffman (Marshil niistrator), the Duke of Pandit Nehru, Trrgit I Mr, Viahinaky, and Isnwri President Weizmann. StiU-flowmg Marshall Aid dU nothing to inci-ea.se the fame or popularity of General Georst Marshall during these past U months. His name has sllppal from third to fifth place, sandwiched between Mr. Attlee (Just in front) and Mr. Eeviu (list behind). Popular Rebel C KIPPS, Smuts, Robert Menu*. (Australia's new Prim Minister). Ant honey Eden—ill iro there, with Tito joining thai to prove the popularity of asf rebel. He ousts Bradman far sveenth place. Barring the occasional scallywag, fame is reserved year by year for those who serve. And the nearer that sen-ice is weckhd 'o polities, the nearer may gotta name to the lop of the list. -Lit PEEK FREAN BISCUITS ARE BRITAIN'S BEST IT i .ir.i BUY BATA YEAR \l HtatmUM mm m wmu rou AND > U THE BRITISH BATA SHOE CO. LTD. ji srinriifi: H : HMDmn irwwiuw ^UVl^Xiia 1 to a H OUT friends and Customers %  !" R,S '"-DOS, DR,,. STORt '"~ ~>


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DAY. JANUARY 10. HH BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. l W Mjr !"!" 'l * !" PAGE SEVEN BATES WM Sun ft.00 1 >' | untovticatBTTB POR SALE per wo** I FOR RENT I M WANTED IXjiT. FOUND per wort' MlBliniim chars* *• PUBLIC 5ALIS i AUCTION REAL J *• %  ajTATX P*r *f* UtJ Minimum chart* •. 1* Personal H ,lU*in>um 14 agate lines i PUBLIC NOTICES pr aCate Uno Hlniro*••. Apl : c. M. ?*0 by ft. Income Ta* th-ink .ill thr>-c who attended the funeral sent cards, wreath*, aympathiacd with U* In our ree bcicjvament of mv beloved husband ELVN CHANDLER. Mllliccnt Chan > . Rldell. Chandler and Strathmorr Chandler Harel Chandler lusters'. 10.1 50ntiS;^ T ** "rtreonw. dining and ,?*."*.. r00,n £. • %  *** light and at: %  uter office*. Black Rock, near Wsvvl, Apply: W. A. Blot.. 10.1 40-rn Head IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our denr mother THERESA EI.mEDA CAHMICHAEl. who depatred this life January loth iota. Two year* have paaaed since thai sad day When the unt we loved *u called She had .i kind!) word for each and died Beloved by all Ever to be remembered by— Blanche Griffith i daughter i Chart** Carmwhari iSoni Mvri. Carmichael (Grand chlldn QrtfBth iSon-ln-l-v.'. Edna Carmichnel n New York and Panama Paper* % %  jaai no* %  „ FOB ftALB OR RENT Newly-bum Bungalow at Perry, Gap, Hoebuvk Street Three bedroom. two with inbuilt cedar preaae* and one with running water. Apply to Victor E Cob£*>m Comer of Bank Hall and Barrack. II S0-3n Road*. . FC £.* AL f.. OR RENT-rarley Hill. St. Peter. Old Plantation hooe* with large ballroom. Dining ro*OTICE 1* hereby given that all par*on* javmg any debt or claim* again*! '"• Eaut* of Theodore l>idley Scaly, deceaaed. late of Bank Hal. Main Road. in the pirtah of Saint Michael in Ihl* laiand who died im the 4th day o October INO. iri r , u t d ,o *en( in particular of their claim* duly at te*ted to the underugned Adeline Eudon Saaly and Evan DavH Carney Sealy Co Meeart Hnvne* & Griffith. Solicitor*. No i swan Street, Bridgetown, on or before the nth jay of March. !*. attar which date we shall proceed i.> dutrtbute thd aaaet* of the dereaaed among the partle* entitled thereto having regard only to lurh claim* of which we nhall then have had notice and we shall not be liable for the m ee t or any part thereof so distributed to any rjanun of whose debt or claim we shall not than nave ha gag gaga i An Examination for these rand id* let will be held by the Headmaster'on Frt day. isth January. 1900., at the Boy* Foundation School at 9 U a m. Form*, which can be obtained from ihp soctetary. must be filled in and returned to him not Uter than p. m on Wednesday llth January. W. H. ANTROBUS. Secretary Body. Hilton. River Road, St Michael. 4 1 so—an HELP SHORTHAND-TYPIST -Oirtattan !•* %  trrred Apply In writing to Box 1? Bridgetown, atatlag aalary eipected. i.|.gg—djgl BOOKKJanPEgt ACCOITNTANT Ser^-Mag of cxneTWnced bookkeeper Arcountant leajumad in Barbadoa. Adveniser* *gi -taff aware of vacancy which calls lor ability up to quarterly trial balance ttandard. Knowledge Dry Qooda buatnaae and control of offto* pereonnel considered assets. Bualneaa hour* 1-4 weekday* •—1X.W Saturday*. Write in ronndenr-e itaUng ag*. detail* paat fppomuTvenU and aalary desired: P Q Booc 144 Bridgetown T 1 60—Cn POSITION At, Ex Service mj %  mVe I Box Mi M OCCUPATION a* houa* Servant Of Cot* Willing to aleep In Please contact Muncl Garner. Venture St. John. 10 1 SO—In YOUNQ LADY required by Bread Sireet Firm lor Qeneral OAVe work. with a knowledge of Shorthand and,. Typing. All application* will be treated I *' >onndentially. Apply by letter X Y Z. Advocate Office. Application* to be typed aa well as copied tn owi i-and writing. 10 1 so-an MISCELLANEOUS Govei FOB SAt.ii ULTION By m.tnictlon. of ih Itawulri. w Hill, on Thursday llth t i p m .. a bo—-. and shlngj* houa* 18 x a x 8 u> b7N ""oved. Term. cash. R. ARC1IEK McKENSBt, Victoria Street. NOTICE iii-i-. i in lu ii HOYBFOINDATION SCHOOL Tlie reopening of School will take Piece, on Tuesday. lTth. January 1VS0 I 4* am Thar* will be an entranc. examination foe New Puplla on Monday "1th. January at 9 49 a.m.. when the ipanta may interview the Headmaster New candidate* are requested to bring their Birth Certiftcai** and] recommendation* from former achooL W H ANTROBUS. SecreUrv Gov-ming Body. Hilton, River Rood St Michael IJJ> gg AUTOMOTIVE CAR-Vauxhall 11 hp., Ute IMf> Modrl. leather Upholdery 9 new tyre*, new batteries repainted light grev. very good condition. Price Si.ioo. Phone Peter de Vertcvllle 4317 in ofnee hour*. 9.1.60—an. TRACTOR — On* rAKMALL "H* Tractor very llttl* used In Al condition. Owner purchasing larger. Col* t Co,, Ltd. 6.1.90—In. MECHANICAL "lis A email q %  erond hand Kemumton Typewriters now available Apply: T. Gcddr* Grant Ltd Ram* tltt 8 I So ** BICYCLES: Heicules Silver King, on term*, all model*, in green and in black. A. Bam** Co.. Ltd. Dial 44T8. 13.11.49— t.f.n MISCELLANEOUS FREEDOM FROM FIRE— ln.Ul a Ftr*prooi Safe with door* xecured by combination lock: Suitable for office or •tore Secuie your record* Contact A. S. RHYDEN *, SONS llfloi Lid. ^3 12 40— T ue.. WtL. Sun., t f n FITTINGS-GalvanUad pip*. All aorta T"l H '?• J J* "• ' h, " *•*• .A. Bunas at Co. Ltd. I 8.11.49— t.f n. I GALVANISED SHEETS C It. i,, ir lilt Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Strcc%  Phone 399U. 8.1 60—t.f., ~„..,r ","" 'L h by P"D\* ComKleSVe"!."*. 0 mce Vctorla Street, on R1DAY 1J, at g p.m.. the following;(1) 2840 square feet of (and at Mono* any i^ne with the wall building giind. ing thereon. Houa* contain* ckxaM K-jllery. drawing. 3 bedroom*, usual outomeei, enclosed yard. (31 I Rood LAND al Thornbury H.„. %  ear tho road leading to Wllcox Batata in Ihp pariah, of Chrt*t Church For u? d iV4 "'•.""Ply to R. ARCHER Ha KENZIE, Victor,* street Dial 3947 10.1.30—4n The undersigned will otl rT lo, —i. iheir Offlce No. IT High Street. BridL !S£?-.,"i rsr"" %  J %  fe Th* meaauage or Dwelling House called 'PAJUCVILLEa„d the Und thereto, containing 1,829 snuar* Taet .Ituate at White Park oppoaH* Tti Barbado* Foundry. lnapecllon any day except Sundnyi between the hour* of 4 p.m. and • p %  on.application lo the tenant Mr. Bayer of 2i'l. Ur ?7 P*"*""!" "<1 condmon of Sale, app ly t o COTTli, CATFORD at CO. 9.1.30—On THE AUCTION SALE of boat* at thr Harbour Police Station was postponed •fid MB take place on THURSDAY next the Ittn January at 1 o'clock. Thee* boats aro very sultabl* aa sail. oi I'aasenger* boat, or taking boat laboureri to and from (he ship*, there or* three boat* and the fire* are ill one 30 x 8 overall by S beam Hi two S3 x 5 by S b*Xsaa in third 21 x 6 by 5 beam. Youi inapeclion la invited any day on application to ihe Harbour Police Station, DARCY A. SCOTT. Qovt. Auctioneer, hTBEL SHEETS: 1 Id. p and vartoui 'lies An 10 1 SO— t.f.n. '•'1 '' 1 -' rn --s i. ,wi... "• Hl '-'-' Hi Rgksa ft Board %  Room. Hard*.->,| All-y. 10.1.SO—3n BREAKFAST CABRDOu* Aluminum P %  with three .* U W III!" 8 1.90—Sh umcH TINS j *nch Tin. nun *0Un at only 81i %  on A Co. Ltd. Tor whool. inner Iray. Assorted each. G. W. Hutch%¡ ioi %  --%  10 1 50—4n WASH BASS*. t SINKS at Ralph A. Braid a •wotn. Hardwood Alley. LlFTONS TEA Why worry. W* %  r* It at 34 cents per '.lb package. l0 tin* of TonVe. Peppermlntl. Pears. MtaCraatn, MM ,,..,,, ..,. Che. md LJSr*** ***orUnent .1 BhroM Buruiia. JOHN D, TAYLOR k SONS Ltd. Roenutx wbmm ii.... BM, H i •• 2•( "A". ; -dB THE uiulenilgnad will offer for le i-y publkauction at their office. No. IT, High Street, on Friday th 13th instant at 2 p m I'l %  •• %  :1 .;li. 1 i, ua* .,11^,1 IANDSMERE COTTAGE and land containing 11.950 .quare feel. Constitution Road, St MlI'hael, The dwellinghouse cornprlv* — ON THE GROUND F1XX>R: Drawing room and thrrc liedroom* ion* with running water), gallery, toilet and bath UPSTAIRS One very large liedroom IN THE HASEMBNT: Dining room, nftgdry, kitchen; Seperat* bathroom In •ga*g. Gowrnnient water and electric light in, tailed Inspection any day except Sunday between th* hour* of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on application to tho owners, the Misses Lynch on the premises. For further particular* and condition* of aale apply to %  -COTTLX. CATFORD Co. Solicitor*. T 1.30—to LODGE SCHOOL New Boya who wish lo enter the School :n the January Term commencing on Tuesday. January lTth 1930. mtiW present tnemaelvca lor examination at the Srhool at jo *m on Monday. Januarv llh 1904. Hoarder* are expected (or dinner on Monday the IBth. CYRIL E. STOl-TE. Sec. and TYrea. Oov. Body. Lodge School 8 1.50—3n .!>. I tffli-C •-RDEN TORTOISES rase apply X Y Z, AdvoT 1.90—5*, TSNBERg TAMARINDS at Graem Mall Plantation. Christ Church. Apply by letter oi person. F. s. Storey. Manager. 10 I 90—3n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE T1BB application of Franci* T. E3U* * %  —Ultla Hill. St Michael for [•"•niinton to sell SpirlU. Malt Liquor*. ? %  -1 board and galvanised *hop Mebbeck. Black Rook, SI. Michael. Dated thl* 9th day of January 1990. TO: B. A MclXOD, Eaq. Foneo HUMMo, Dldrlct A~. r. r. ELIAS. N -B —Thl* anpUratlon will be considered at a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court Dutrict "A", on Thursday the 19ih day of January 1900 at II o'clock. E A. MclXOD, Police Maglltrate. -. „ ... Dinrlct 'A' OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN TBE ASSISTANT COI'BT OF AJrVBAL • Equitable JunsdlcMoni ELOISB MIUJCENT RII£\ Plamllff „ HERBERT DARNirTT QuallfUd Exor. E*t GEOKGE BARNETT Deed M ii..iii IN punuancr of an order In 'hi* Court in Ihe above action made on the JWh day of April 19*9. 1 give rgdgag to all person, having any estate right or Interest in or any Hen or inru-iUMunce affecting all that .eetaln piece or parcel of land attuate nt Venture in the pariah ol Saint John In thl* l*land containing by admcaturemenl one rood nineteen perch** abutting and bounding on lands of Mllly Bralhwall* on land* of Easy Hall Plantation on Und* of Emetine Nicholls and on the public road to bring before me an account of their Hid claim* with their wllneaae*. documd voucher*, to be .xanmied t.y any Tueaday. or Friday Iwtween the hour* of 11 moom and 3 o'clock In the afternoon, at Ihe Office of the Clerk he Aialitant Court of Appeal at the Court Hou*v Bridgetown, before the 1th day of January 1990. in order that uch claim* may be ranked according o ihe nature and priority thereof respectively; otherwise, such persona will be precluded from the benani of the nd Decree, and be deprived of all %  Im on or again*! the aald property. (JlainLBiita are also notiiWd that tn* niu*t attend the said Court on Wednesday tho llth day of Januarv l!i> at 'Clock a.m. whan their said claim* wlU be i Qlv nked. REAL ESTATE Offers In writing are Invited lor 31.190 ii>arr feet of land situate In Sober* I-n.e. Bridgetown, and having %  frontage Of 118 feet on Sober* Lone and at presentunder tenantry. For further particular* apply to the undersigned. CARR1NCTON & SEALY. Lucas Street. T.1.90--9O. n.inini aau MURIEL YARD H '-.Id HVYM'U *ht public are fnot credit 10 m •aponaibie for he !" *whg any debt CM debt* %  •* by g written .a-de. Mgned b] IB SYDNEY YARD. Hl'-.cMnii. H.."cl. •.1.19-to % %  %  %  .. n ag-IHH !" jg'redll tn • . liUHY OfJ&tBA "U* ld "iy*eu respniinble fo. her or %  Jan* ehw contracting any debt qr debt* -SJ5 !"""* """'' %  1 "•**• by mg. IMi Ifc.i Ig Wg j d g, • 159-an *" An * r tieeVJ £ ' 1MORPE •^i^ns-^ IU, fc H • m, OO hOt hok 1 %  %  1 BaaaT****" > nvt ..^ir~ %  1 -2n THORJ-E. St. Michael Teeth Loose ttms Bleed Mosan' lor Properlie* etc.. contact RALPH A. HEARD AM Inal. BE. F.V A. Aucuoneer and Estate Agent Who has numerous properties (or %  atj }\.r hartlM %  panicuUrs ring 400a or c.ll Hardwood Alley opposite Cathedral LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE TWI appUcauon Of Delphln* Forde ol Beikle* Road, Si. Michael, for permission to sell Spirits. Malt Liquor.. Ac. at a board and >hlngle shop attached to reaadence near Hay Pasture. Beckles Road. St. Michael. Dated thl. 9th day of January lot* To E A. McLJDOD. Esq. Police Magistrate. Out A Signed DELPH1NE FORDE. Applicat' N B -This application will be o Udered at Ucenabuj Court to be held at Police Court. District "A", on Thursday ihe 19th day of January 1990. M 11.o'clock, a m. E A Mcl-EOD. Pouce Magtotratr. Di*t. A' 10 1 60 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application of William Cadogan of syrelU Road. Ch Cn lor p*rml*s-n 1 sell Spirits. Malt Liquor*, Ore. at a board and shingle shop with shediocf attached at Dayrella Road. Ch. Ch To; K A MrlJCOD. Eaq. A* WIIJJAM CADOGAN. AppiKalit .tpplaraliosi *>lU be'conald-' ered at a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court. Durtnrt "A", on Thursday ihe 19th day of January IBM al II o'clock, j OFFICIAL SALE aARBADOl IS III! VSSIMAM I <>| |,i •>) APPEAL 1 Equitable JuriMllctloni ELOISE MILLICENT H1LEV Plaintirt HXJUiERT IIAILNKTT UaaliBed Exor It GEORGE BAHNBTT Dev'd Defendant NOTICE is herrby given that by Urje of an Order of the Assistant Court ofAppoal dated the 20th day of April 1*49 there will be set up for sale lo the highest bidder al the Office of the Clerk of the As Mutant Court o.' Appeal at the Court Hou*e, Bridgetown, between the hours of 12 moon} an o flock In ihe afternoon n Friday day of January 19*0 All that certain place or parcel of Und situate at Venture In the parish of Saint John in this island iontainlng by admeasurement one rood nineteen petche* abutting and bounding on land* of Mllly Hrathwaite on lands of Easy Hall Plantation on landa of Emeline Nichqlta and on the public road .nd M not then sold the said property LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE apphcatlon of Sydney L, NUes .1 haglc lull st Michael for permission o -ell Spirits, Malt liquor* *c. at a board and shingle hop at Eagle Hall, sasatgtaj Dated this 9th day of January I960 %  II A McLfXOD, E*q Police Maglltrate, District -A". SYDNEY L. N1LES, Applicant rTH —This application will be conaidered at a Licensing Court, to be held at lelice Court. Dlatrict A", on Thursday the 19th day of January 1990 at II o'clock. B. A. McLEDD. Police MuglMrat.-, .. ,. Dlatrlci "A" LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE NOTICE, PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat nt the holding by mc of Ihe Election of Members to serve in the Vestry of the parish of Saint Michael, on Monday. Ihe 9th day of January. 150, at the Parochial Buildings, Cumberland Street, the following is the result: — VOTES 1 ERNEST BRIGHTON MOTTI.EY 7,0 2. THOMAS WASHINGTON MILLER 5SS 3. HAROLD ATHELSTON TUDOR MO I. FRED CARLTON GODDARD 51S 5. VICTOR WALLACE AUSTIN CHASE 5,0 6. FREDERICK DRURARD McD. SYMMONDS Sit 7. ARTHUR SPENCER BRYDEN 511 8 CHARLES CARLTON BROWNE SOS 9. BRUCE ARUNDALE WE ATI IERIIE AU SOS 10. VALENCE CHENEUY GALE 501 11. CHRISTOPHER AUGUSTUS BRAITHWAITE 4M II. AUBREY RUSSELL TOPPIN 4>4 IS. DUDLEY GORDON LEACOCK. Jnr 47S 14. TREVOR BOWRING 474 EUSTACE CONNELL BETHELL 45 U. JOHN KENNETH CHARLTON ORANNUM 425 and were duly declared elected. '.7. JOHN WINSTON HEWITT Ol Dated this 9th day oi January. 1950. F. J. COLE. Sheriff & Returning Officer PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH Return of persons elected as Vestrymen for Ihe Parish ot Christ Church Ihis 9th day of January. 1950. &£&>/'// KILLS PAIN MR. GEORGE CHRISTOPHER WARD ... Received 3J7 volM MR. FRED CARLTON GODDARD SIS MR. CHARLES STRAUGHAN MacKENZIE ,. SIS MR. HARRY ST. GEORGE WARD „ 311 Hon. ARCHIBALD GRAHAM GITTENS. MLC 27 MR. CHARLES MANNING DRAYTON .. ,. 283 MR. JOSEPH EVAN WEBSTER 280 MR. VICTOR. WALLACE AUSTIN CHASE .. 278 MR. CHARLES HERESFORD BRANDFORD .. 288 MR. GIDNEY CUTHBERT ASHBY 284 MRS. EDNA EVELYN TALMA 283 MR. UMBERTO JOSEPH PARRAVICINO .. 253 MR. HUGH FODERINGHAM GARNES .. .. 281 MR. ARTHUR MacCAULEY JONES 241 MR. COURTENEY IFILL 229 MR. MORRELL EWART R. BOURNE 222 I hereby declare the above sixteen persons duly elected. MR. WILLIAM TRAVERS WATSON .... Received 161 votes MR. ARTHUR NOVELL CHADDERTON „ 160 MR. DAVID CLIFFORD DRAY'TON „ 148 „ Sgd. VERNON J. WILLIAMS. Sheriff. I.OVI ll\>l! \ I NOTICES. LAND ACQVIS1TION ACT IN* (NntJcc required by srrli.ni 3) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it appears to the Govcrnorin-Executive Committee that the land described in the Schedule hereto and situate at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James (part ot the land oi* a place generally known as "Derricks") is likely to to needed for purposes which in the opinion of the Governor-in-Executive Committee ore public purposes, namely as a site bounding un the FCB on which fishing boats can be hauled up and on which shelters may be THE SCHEDULE A parcel of land ot Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James conTHE application of J Kerr Johnston lin !" ** jBm ** ** Clly f0r V r ~ AC ., „ n Tg, floor'o?'.* Sorey'^-nui'nuS-' lamm 7 710 Sl uaie feet bounding on the north on lands of B. H. Moore and others, on the cast on the Public Road running from Holetown to Bridgetown, on the south on other lands of B. II. Moore and others, and on the west on the sea. Uated this 6th day of January, 1950, at the Public Buildings in the City of Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados. P. F. CAMPBELL, Acting Colonial Secretary >y wall build>'* in Jama* Street, City. ated this 0th day of January 1050. To: H. A. TALMA, Raq. roliea Magistrate. Olalrlct "A". R HOPE. .. .. — ,ar Applicant N O ~ Thl* application wlU be considered at a Ucenalna Court to be held at foilce Court. District "A'*, on Thursday in* Itth day of January 1900 at It o'clock. H. TALMA. I'ollce Maajyitrete. Dlatrict "A" LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application of Samuel T. Small, ol Hay Street. St. Michael for permisiioii 10 *rll Httu-,,., Malt Llquora Ore, at a hoard end ahnwtle ftp attached to rreidence at St, Hill ,.nd Ta-eeda.de Roada, %  lOOBaal Oaied thl* 0th day of January 1*40. To: E. A. MclXOD. Esq. J'olire Maaistrale, District A'*. 8. T. SMAU., N.B.—Thla application will bo'coiuidered at a Licensine; Court to be held at I'ollce Court. District "A", on Th.n*ua\ the i*tti day of January IS90 at 11 o'cloch, D. A. MnLTOD. MfeM M,..;,., .. ,. „ Dtatrki M A 111 ue set up for ceedlnK Friday between the until the same 1* sold for less than £01 10. 0 Daled this 4th day of November 1 Clerk of I day of No' • HAIU'lit Assistant Co-rt of Appeal NOTICE MMI SHARK CERTIFICATES NOTSU* Is hereby ghna. :nn A H *-rd. Executor to the )ute of MO* t:AlN WARD and ihe Estate ..I WIU.IAM WARJWN WARD Deceased, ha. m*d* appllcatloii for Ihe Issue of %  tificales in place of the fuiloumK fUiart CerUflcale* which have been lost: Certificate No. 101 10 Slur** No OTTO lo OTST LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application of Cleo Clarke of Robert* Tenantry. St. Michael, for permission to *ell Spirit., u.1, l JquorB •>c.. at a board and shirt*)* shop attached to residence al Roberta T*n*nlrv, St. Michael. Daled this >tn ay of j anllar v 1H0 To: |. A. Mcl-EOD. Eaa. PoUe* Matlstrate, Dirtrtct "A". CIXO CLARKE. .. _ Atpllcant B Thl* application wUl be conalded at a Licenalnc Court to be held *t i'ollce 01.rt. Dlstrici "A on Thuisday the 10th day of January 10*0 al 11 o'clock, X. A. MoLEuD. Police Maa-.si._ie. INCOMK TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are required from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum or over f from every other person whose income is $720.00 per annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unincorporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and owners of land or property whether a taxable income has ncivurd during the past year or not. Forms of Return my bo obtained from the Income Tax Depart ment AFTKK IW 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1M0, and the fornta duly tilled in must lxdelivered to me on or before the following resperlive dates: 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 31st day of December 1948, on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business if not situate in thr island on or before tho 30th day of June, I960. 3. Returns of all persons | on or before ihe 31st of January, 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner ol Income Tax and Death Dulles. NOTE : Any prraein failing to make his return within the? due date will be liable lo a fine not exceeding £100 aad not lefts than 0J and will be prosecuted unless a satisfactory reason is given. 10.1.50.—lfeL LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application of Beatrice Henry of SoiiLr streel. Ctty for penruauon to •ell Spirits, Malt Liquor*, etc at bottom Boor of a 2 storey wall building In Suttle Street. City. Dated thi. th day of January ItOO. To: HA TALMA. ESQ. Polsr* Magistrate. Distnci %  A' BEATRICE HENRY, .. Applicant N H —This application will be conddrted at a Licrnalns Court to be held at I Folir* Court. Dtatrtrt • A'\ on Thursday the 1*th day of January 1000 at II o'clock. r No. HO 10 Shan C Of title! 9 10710 Certifi cate No slj 2 S.-i... OoMttrahl Ho OH ~ Share. No, I., mtj Certificate No "L 1 Certificate No 003 If no objection to itade b,v Ihe lOtb Certificate* Mill tai I Rv Order of th* Board of Dtrector*. THE HARHADos CO-OPERATIVE. IN .'ACTORY LTD. II II ION Mr*. R. A. BEARD. A L C M. •Rroiu*. Stiver. Gold. Medalleti WlU aceapt a email number 01 Kindergarten Pupil* at 'Mai .stow Maxwell Coast. ag> 1 Also Tuition in ftpes.cn Vtx. For further particular*. >in| OtOS roi.it>; KOTit'K Al aboul 4.30 p.m. on Iht -'^rnoon of Ihe 2nd January, a man was stabbed in the back in Queen's Park by an unknown person. Will anyone who can give the Police ANY information concerning this incident kindly icport to Ihe CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT. R. T. MICHEL1N, Colonel. Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters, 6th January, 1950. 7.1.50—2n. '/'M.|.|'\ ACTS QUICKLYLIKE MAGIC Mentholatum %  is the wondcrfn. soothing healing halm. Ifyouhave awful pain* in >our head or body, if you have a nay cold or chill, if you are tormented hy skin trouble, you need %  Mentholatum'. It ii so easy lo use and acts like magic. JUST RUB IT0N RUB it where the Pain is and the pain is ended. RUB it well into the chest and put a little in the nose and the told soon goes. RUB it on >our skin and your Skin gets better. 'Meniholatum' acts quickly—there is nothing like It. Get a jar or tin to-day. but make tun* yougeifenuiw'Mcniholjuiin'. (Askfor'MEN-THO-l AVIl \D -RUB IT HERE -RUB IT THERE -IT BENEFITS YOU EVERYWHERE %  ".H.'i.lMJsJII'B In Tins and Jars. Made only by 0 The Meniholatum Co.. Ltd. (Esid. 1889), Slough, England. Abo 11 Buffalo. N.V.. U.S.A. SHIPPING NOTICES *ONTlvEAU AUSTRALIA NsTfT | ZEALAND UNI IJMTTFD IM-VNl.) UNI) MS PORT PnUC' I* scheduled to all (.eelorut 10th December, Mellmui %  Dec. MUi. Brisbane December Slat Syd noy January 4th arrivtn* Trinidad about %  nd January 1000. M S "KAIPAKI" I* scheduled to sail Adelaide December loth. Port Pirn. Dean bar Jilt. Ilurnie January lih, Melbourne Januarr Slat. Sydnev Januarj ntn, iirisbane February Jnd. anivln* rrinldad about tin March. These vessels iave ample space for hilled. Hard Tt'uen and Uenerul Careo carao accepted on Throuafli bill* 0 idlna With transhipment at Trinidad foi irUlsh 'iuuna. Barbados, Windward award island* For liirtlter oarticulan apply — renwsaa WITHY a Co., i.u. Asonto. TRINIDAD. DaCOSTA A Co Ltd.. AganU. itARBAl'OS. n*a Sen PHILLIP H DAVItV laaaansan* for Detnerara. Sallies Thiiraday 13th Jjuu-n-y UsM. The SCh •LAtnaALrHA'' Kill '•crept (arm and Passendes. 4ec it. Lucia. S. ioih S i A "' OA UM**lsH sail* from New Orleans Mil, January, arriving Apply: DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. — Canadian Service ROBERT THOU LTD. — New York and GuU Service ANEROID BAROMETERS HOIII III S sV Co II...I .1.101 METAl. l'AS.1 noXRS, AIR TIIAVEL SUIT CASKS. DUK BLOTTOIS, COCKTAII. SJIAKERB *ilh INSET STRAlNEItS. P1ATB OLASS .AND MDUtORS. All the ^bov. (un IK 4vfld by:— JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWAK* A NEW SHIPMENT 'HI GRADE-HEAVY DUTY BATTERIESi FULLY GUARANTEED-GENEROUS PRICES MORRIS SERVICE STATION LOST A FOUND FOUND DOC—One Broom and Whit* Bull Dos. Owner ran coasaaunlcale with E. D. Robert*. Roe art* Manufac. Co Ltd Oov. liill-Dtel *** 10. 1.



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Tnrtilai. •lannarv 10 I.-,. Barhafcos Jfouncate Price: ** / *£>** CIVi: CENT SI Year 33. STRACHEY WINS BATTLE OF SUGAR Cripps Calls Himself A Pessimist But Calls For "Go Slow" In Helping Others LONDON. Jan. 9. /CHANCELLOR of thtExchequer. Sir Stafford Cripps. *-* spoke of "unrooniled exports" and sterling halani at Ins Press Conference in London today. "We want lo dimmish oar unrequited exports lo that we can divert mere f our exports lo I he hard currency, and particularly the dollar roiinlries.' He ..-,,d. adding: indeed, that ne mii.*i do". -Bui toon ether very important side !o ihis pleiure. The resource* neve been made availnhlc. many of ihem lo countriao urgently in need of assistance In Iheir post-war i %  %  < %  nn st met ion. "Unless we had provided this help, we should undoubtedly have MO en even greater .spread of Communiom. What are unrequitrc! exports to UE are Imomnsely -valuable .supporting imports to countries threatened by the cold ana. These have helped to enable them, despite all their difficulties tu withstand the onslaught of thai cold war, and to build up their own production", the Chan, eellor added: "Bui we have now reeehed I slagc where we must go slower, whether we wish it or not. for the sake of pi our own strength and ability to help." Questioned on th Sir Stafford said that an attempt would be mad* to agree on • reduction in the amount releasable from Sterling balances when the annual negotiations took place with each countrv. No Increase In 1950 Price NO LONG TERM AGREEMENT AFTER 1952 CONTRACT EXPIRES No Human Creech Jones Pleads In Vain (From Our Own Correspondent) IMI VIsTHY BUM TORS Or ST. MICH AKI. had cast lheu VOM long business if counting Ihem began. The picture shows election official th* QOUfll From left to right are:—Mr. C. B. Sisnetl: Mr. R. M. Cave, Sub nil; Mr, F. J. Cole. Sheriff; Mr. E. C. Redman. Vestry CUrk. Ml H 0 Rai Sir STAFFORD CRIPPs Gold Coast Workers Stage A Strike A Sound Itlea Asked whai he thought of %  suggestion made by some American bankers that the United Slates should take over luibiliu I for part of Britain's Sterling GOLD COAST, Jan. 9 Balance debts. Sir Stafford said: Workers in Accra began a Civil "1 am very glad the suggestion isobedieiire campaign today came from American hunkers. 1 osing and stopping buses. The empaigii. part of a mow to rtain Dominion Status for the Old Coast, also included olher t at home strikers and lesser >ycotis. Post Office, electricity poderWngs. railways, and Government 'partmenUt were, Uuwe. i g normally A general strike to support the %  mand and the re-instntemeitt of l l-laiag Government workers iun officially yesterday was? ided on Wednesday. It was unirstood. The colony's RoilwaygV*ens Union was among those supporting the strike. The Ground Staff of the British vcrseas Airways Corporation at ecra slopped work on Saturday. Jt servicing of planes continued. —Heater. Trinidad Gets New Bishop think it a sound and excellent idea." Reviewing the economic results of 1949. the industrial output had continued to rise rapidly through the year "with the result thut our economic position had been basically strengthened." Bill To Appoint Prince Bernhanl THE HAOUI, Jan. 9. A Bill appointing; Prince Bern%  HI the event of the |g %  Queen Juliana before iheir eldest daughter Beatrice has come of age. hns fceen submitted lo the Chamber of Ihe Sjnie.i General. —Rruter. 2 Skiers Killed TURIN. Jan II. Two Italian Bleu vatsj killed vlien ihe cable of irbsdo. Advocate torroniondriic PORT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. a. Tne Rl. Reverend Douglas John Ilsun, Bbhop "I British id i..iusi-WI m Ihe mounluins of Ihe s, was today elected Bishop or Moon. Italian All *idad~during a Special Synod om ,l '"H a power an Anglican Diocese. He up %  Bum t*n "dels, including a -ids the Rl. Reverend Fabian lx, > ""'A "'" %  •"* %  *&*>* '•'eckjoii who resigned because 01 ""*•' %  —"euler. II health. Bid new appointment will have D p ,'„/,„,, /;,,„ ba conUnnni hy other Bishop. "•'" BlunO/l IJIt'S the province of the West Inilir nnar-iTr i !" o Bishop Wilson ,, „, sl( ,.„J."ll„ < ; n J „ E „" J c a a \hol i e raduate „f Q u0> .„ ^ collet, Slovakia, who nd tambtidge. He Is married „ M attacked by tha Mil nd has two children This Is his Justice for "leTOauU 10 lake the seventh year of minlstratlvo ex, oath of allegiance to die Comp in the Wei Indies. miimst Government, Oied el his — (By Cable). honta to-day. Itealrr. Two Arrested Check Communist On r raud ^' # Charge LxpaflSlOtl III South-east Asia Is Keynote Of Colombo Talks BRUSSELS, Jan. 9. nelgiat: tWO prominent Antwerp IncineM men in connection with frauds in lock and bonds, which should have baea declared Govti ament 1 anU-Inflatkm law ter the liberation in 1M4. They an M Henri StockI former Company Director and M. Laurent Hans•ma, former Director of a wellknown busmeko Banking House. Police said lhat the men were alleged to be concerned m a I raud totalling 1.000,000 Bel|ltn francs. Belgian Premier Goaton ktyaakena. announced on %  a police had uncovered frauds, totalling 10.250.000 Bellet, and that two of the .caring hankers ana others had been arrested ana barged with implkatioii gSj bankers named were: M. Emile MoWen, he->d of the big Kredlet i!ank and M. Jules Cardyn a high ofhcial of tha Belgian National Bank. Anoilier Fraud Police said lhat they thought ih.it they were nn me point of dls%  another :r.md involving 3.000.000 francs" worth of red stocks and bonds. Ing to the police, the '.ocks and bonds which nave been falsely oeftlAesJ Some of tl i ried oft* by Ihe Germans during the later found thoJl w.iy back into Belgium. lloneod to ted collaborators. afraid to decline iheir In Parliament thai week. Comic Belgian %  dement on uials implinktag organisation-.um (crtain peraonoTltloi of the ftf> KM ial .ui" "'nriu. if it nropaeed a late %  " Cenal on their wav lo Haifa Fol.ruary eleetion. may In tne lirsl in the absence of safe conduct "prances from Egypt is still possible to arrange _n"ances. and we have had no !*!•'•' mtimaUon nbout Egypt MUlng to give firm assurance that {" %  -mint,,,, supplies destined t". ''rael would be allowed to f* though the Sue? Canal — eater. (By SYI.VAIN MANBGOT) COLOMBO. Jan 9, COMMONWEALTH eiwiper.unn, tpansion nf ('ommunism in South East Asia was th, ., opening sessions of the Colombo Com, i information available tonight Tin. eitfn \hi:. Is ase r a ll j agraed thai ou ueeie ..mi elimination >i Lea HI isaieiilii mo•rhich OomrnuEusw Hsflvei, %  U.S. Officials In L.K. For Defence Talks Rights In Colombia Says Liberal President mm ram, Jan ;. %  OOMpO, President o I CokanMan LjlH-rai I'arty. to! Preaa Conference today thn nns had been killed v. ouitep the Mail %  he Conservative Par7 'i desperate eampaiici I all oppoaltlon." Dt I member i>f th* is been ii fhe United States for the last 3 week*, and is returning to Colombia in a few days. iv ail batman righto •:'geared in Colombia, he said. 1 myself have l>een livinv 10 life for PTlthl. The 41-year-nld Senator said that he had come to Ihe Waited BUtea in order to net the opinion ol Americans about the political itualion in Colombia He had unofficial talk.s with Stale Department friends" in A'.ishlngton. "aii' met was at leu I On Pace I LONDON, Jan. 9 }T IS NOW fairly obvious that discussions be tween the Food Ministry and Colonial sugar delegates have from the West Indian point of view served no useful purpose. The Ministry with the knowledge that they have all West Indian sugar under contract until the end of 1962 ire understood to have driven a hard bargain and in the circumstances it v auld not be surprising if the B.W.I, delegates are obliged to turn down whatever offers are made to them. Spain Considt-rs Economic Bmtk \\ ill. Yrp'iitiiia Dominant!!, the whole picture Ul te%  %  > .isiry have tact—to '-le Cuban "dump" figure. Now Tha; devaluation hats had the effect of innreaiini the > Britain of all non-dollar sugar, ihe Ministry are understood to nave completely illnaginleil the iree market pines and have sat their awn lhe\ are not alter. its reason there little hope thai 19.10 will bctnc any infiense La ilu |im. paid for sugar by BrtUm io :h. Indies. The likelihnod ol .1 Ion", term ej iho 1952 ionti.nl ixplrea also MhUairy nai iignad one ml with Aii-n.ih.i luaranteelna to bu from than tiuo.ooo tons annually and %  %  the aflat I of 1 quotas '" a ? "J^ ."" 'er areas. U.S. Has Vo/ Finished Her Job In Europe -HOFFMAN WASK:NGrON. JaL. 9 Mr Paul Hoffman. Economic Co-operatlo'i Administrator, said today that European n-cover> ha. t-een so successful thai there wm the danajer that the Unr, v.ould consider the 10b doiuThe ultimate raa wl l 1 daaWN imght u^ srai naaw lad Baatelri to eraaai ehaai m A'estera Kuropv. Mr HoilmanioUiha Women's NaUun.il D ''iuH in a prepare-i Today, despiie alt lhat Russia <*ouid do to pcaaanl it, i think : K The -Vi "' Voral /"i"ics in a ivMadrid to-day MUO that fan Mcienna breaking off all economti LONDON. Jan. 9. [Pact. Th. Eight senior American MUl-Iretarj ilnuisht %  dlffarci Ury and Civ.l OfflciaU arrived dy here by air from Washington,that IntarvenUoo Mutual Defer,, Paw an in mai means lone with Argentina. A meetF.rnest Bavin and Pandtl Mahru "K "''be Spanish Cabinet would both opposed the idea ol ., !' ,study the uu*Uon to-day. the re; ilar t< tlaj At] taaett. —Heater. %  Wednesday. •lays, and only Americans will lakuart. The Talk* anU'iieved to consider America's Military Aid Programme in the light of report*, by L'mied Slater isflfli jtfg, have been surveying the require-;'r !" ^ mania of Britain ..nd other m> vene, what 1 aoa 1 %  prnblanii in iheir own like that bers of the North Atlantic and hl Treaty. ( rroachmeni Europa*! The Programme is to increase %  oeen lar K pl >' | "y11 the rollertive strength for defence of North Atlantic Area —aealer. 20% Cm Win \oi lialaiicc liuil^cl %  ASHINOTON. Jan 9. ling of in. Cudgel to Congrtea to-day will not balance the budget The $1,300,000,000 saved will be nance Die 11,100,000.000 Social w. Hi %  i' %  Qasu of whici. %  Presideni Truman'* I> WjUon of the W. l" Ulk !" d "Is.onai Jm. A 1.11s lo drop 1. trade with each oth. 1 "Economic inlegrntioii faff We I in Burope Is no long*. It b a 1: aid. '•Europe must give !• tangible proof that Democrac* :nens somethina more than freedom to !ee your children hungry,' Ihe seciii II l.isler Mother Huraer? YORKSH1RB, Jan 9 %  gad If), toda; cuaed ol miUilermg g wonuB who, with In 1 husband intended to adopt him. The husband iound hi%  niia Mo|eftd by her rtreside lust night 1 special court this week but the main bod) ; ; :^ hoU ; political opinion bald to Februao ,M1 :i nne v 23 as the most likely election and predicted dissolution for February 8. All parliamentary dl assume that a Government announcement will be made soon after tomorrow's Cabinet meeting Russia GOVH To Polls March 12 LONDON. Jan. 9. lUcllOCU to the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.H. will be held on March 12. 1950 by decree of the Presidium of the Stuj viet reported by Moscow Radio" to-ntght. Last elections to thi Soviet, the iughcM organ ol Btata power in Russia, were held in February. 1946. when 99.7 pei cent, of the electorate went to the polls. Candidates were elected for four-year term. The MjyatU Miners Reject Proposal LONDON. Jan. 9. Mill.i 11 S. ..-!.., %  proposal by their leaders that ihey should foiej a year to aid But. %  gesteci the pussibiliU that the MtOM trong National Union of Minew.-.kers may join "a.OOO enbtaears and 450,000 ral to lead the light agaii:-' ial wage > ..( the striking feature of the Budget %  •* .....roll tax" 1 would bring in some S250.0OO.0OO a-. %  Health Fund m . . %  • !>ected to paa?> the linage* as a whole more speedily than ..it political cam1 beflsfl Hut considerable hanges may be made in .j-enditures .HI Foreign Aid Progrm: • j aruter.l Soviet consists of two chambers— [Trades Union Congress. ihe Soviet of the Union and the Soviet of Nationalities. Kruu-r. Quak e Shakos Calais _. CALAIS Jan.. 9 Qat'taan 1 raw %  Whaling Company here, branch ol tha Duessel-Dorf llank-i god Con Ltd. has gecepted an offet Nej Tigurr no figures %  een n • understood lhat Use the West ll .ced purchase of approxamI i.ually which 11-low the figure for '.Vest Indian producers have heen asking. Mr. Creech Jone> have intervened with I M <>n behalf of Colonial deleg.n%  II MauTittoa w.u be eflarad than 1.000.000 %  ..iiarantee. Protection Only LONDON. Jon. 8. in to• MH-i iinhsi; Praea report* thai Britain would continue to 2£JS 1'i Fonilniuih Consuls wan I itiah -ubCompany ItOXl contact with the auth< • u % % %  %  %  0 provide ships and crews for a •vhallng expedition to be run byhe American Company next .eason. It was also slated thai iitivi-i'Mon work would out despite NOT %  Representatives of the tk lhat they hoped ti > .it did not onat ol anykind, he declared. He added that Britain had 1 version by the time the Argentine 'hlneee luan PeraB out her -Keuter. — Keuler China 4|eoeptB L'.K/s IWo^mtioii ^ LONDON, Jan. ft ineee Conwuyuel Oewi-tnineni hgl ..fcii-.-i, :.. !ti ItalO I recognition of its regime, the c-.nHiuiriri Nem 1 1 1 ."filed in a message received m London to-night. HAYONNE. Jan. 9. An exaiuning Magistrate today refused bail to 23-year old Joas Carlos Dasilva Ramos. LHaa accused of 1. his beautiful wife vmg her arrow • %  on of f\ .1.1:1111 P.razilian Diplomat 1* 1 tiaol. —heater. IJciimarkRt-t'o^iiix-H rhincsfConiinunisIs Strike Threat In Italy After Street Battle .._. ROME, Jgn. 9 Prefect of Modenn A lightning general strike to-1 claefa arose when tbouaai mght threatened Italy aft) least 5 workers were killed, ano 1 KU ard outside many workers and police werei other factorle injured in g street battle in Ihe : .nades. Industrial Communist stronghold | hamme 0^ -niy C>d ^ ni Nf)r,hern I,al > Tha Communist-led Confederabemr Labour headquarters Rome tonight gave the workerg, press reports reaching I as 5. possibly 6 So\irl "rrimiilal^" Kin' Finland HELSINKI ( %  'inland a ill Band n I' I retail -it the end of the week, to 1 lor the KM Soviet "wai %  1 iminaali aa lo the Foreign hQaaeti) iniulated by the r*oreiga Mlnaatrj on taai m investigation into gltd 'in\ 1 .anpleted. Most of the 56 persons listed %  mated as "guilty nl paiticulaily grave crimes against the Soviel Union" have already fled the country. Freezing. Helsinki was to-day gay with r>.*teis far Use tetwtaaeerauaa! prs**dential elections. The Social Democrats, supporters with the Conservative. Liberal BO ish Peoples Party of iL. tion of Liberal's 70-yecr-old Presideni Juho Paasikv. their posters thai a Communist Presideni would mean a CommunfOf U>e Slate Police. —IteaUr. ^ryposalsSubinitlt'd For S94.2(M),(MM) By Nationalists WASHINGTON, Jan fl Chinese Nationalists have *ubmitted niapoaal' Stales for I'ormoaB of AUSTRO-RLSSIi MUST AWAIT DECISION U'MX>N. Jan. 9. The 257th meeting o( the AusUian Daputicai Confl to ncKOtiatP an Auilnan Stfsta Tnatv opened here ihis %  itei noon. The American Deputy. Mr. Sam Reber was in the chair. The British Deputy is 111 Ham Ivo Mallelt, : ilan. 11 Ambassador In Ixmdon. 2k George PARIS. Jan 9 Zaiubin told the < French itewspapei 1 e p... FOI.KII Minlsten, I>eputie-. on said that 84 year old an Austrian Treaty hare to-day Amelia o. Portugal was "sinking' that there was no point in disand had rai Bit 1 sacrament were d e s c r 1 1 "nonsense" toda' WaKang Stv also denied .1 Ki< 1 l-apri iei>ort that Amelia hud .tent to Lisbon to make ready a place for her in the far < of her husban" and son Amelia wa Queen Amelia Not Sinking" further .,uicle*. Russia s dii-ect negotiations with •M. Zaiubin said that he would approach the appropriat. gUthoaitles to find out when these negotiations would l>e flniifhed. He undertook to report on their progress at the next tm-J meeting of ihe DeDutles on Frlpolice Non-Commissioned two dylagf. V bad SM.200.000 worth of economic injured and! 60 another hurt Ten thousand ec workers from Modcna and tha g| surrounding eou the police, when they called am I it .' %  gnU) lining from the me voted mediate danger, she' said The 'V. rart ha JB>BS -loubtf-.il if h. former QueenMakthei ..I Portwould be able to forerast their uge.1 1 w. % %  a>| con-lusi ba has lived Pot laigaoe —Reutrr. revolution GrciMii'tets Caretaker Govt ATHJl MARK. Jan. 9 • 41: -.'.n has derided Communist Govt fee, and attempted -nnounced herej storm four steel worker* where a I lock out had been declared. A communique issued by the %  -. opssnrt-' >\ economic asasftaaeai i fc %  tNhaar-9ecffe>ta lo be seat to iste J 1 %  %  the gituatk dance with ECA legislation. \Uasler 8e nighl— heuter. —heater. Order. >\ British Foreign Office spokes. deputies' r ould be held earlier, it Zarubin obtained an about the Austro-Soviet negotiaB then The qiW of Austrian payment foi supplies and services mad* able from Russia in Austria the end of ihe war lad liatu bag awo lelegaa settlement is Mandl as; reached in the direct Russianfor Public i Austrian discussion in V ih-r.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOC ATI MMIIII Mil .". Cahib QcJlinq Who Said It Wat Cold? M R. HAROLD BRANSTETTER \/| ISS ROSEMARY PAPE. who turned XTL ha H : .E L COOLS-LARTIGCE. Assistant AdminisSt. Lucia and th* Windward Island* i fprg a rntaUvf on the Cusv %  .'fnmwaion, was an arrival on Sunday by \ w \ for the Customs Talks which 'nil open today at Hastings H Accompanying Mr. Cools-Lartlguc were three ot his advisers. Hon'ble A. C H. Bayno*. Treasurer of St. Lucia, Hontle V. Archer, Treasurer of St. Vincent I Gittens Knight, MB.E. Controller of Supplies, Grenad;i His other adviser Hon'ble A. D Boyd, Acting Financial Secretary of Dominica came in last week at thexception of Mr. Gittens Knight who is staying at the Hotel Royal. ._, t 2' _, a __ * Other delegates arriving on was nere i. Tears Ago To Join Husband Sunday by B.W.T7A. for the lUP J ADAMIRA, who arrived TfcifRS. E V. D. GOULDING of Customs Talks were Mr. R. K. ITI ,n Barbados las' week, is here IV1 British Guiana who was Masson, Collector of Customs, as Acting Manager of the Bata holidaying here for the past week Honduras and Mr. J. O. Shoe Stores, until the new Manaw ,(h her son-in-law and daughPlatebar, O.B.E., Controller of ger arrives. Mr. Adamira, who ter Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Chapman Supplies, British Guiana who was is at present stationed in Trinia | "Ellbunk" St Lawrence has accompanied by Ms wile. dad, acted here in a similar canow gone to j oln her husband who Honble L. A Thompson, Tn %  %  %  ,, years ago. and will ba came j n on Sunday by B.W.I A. surer of Antigua and Hon'ble remembered as a keen footballer, f or the Customs Talks and is stayW. O. Peters, Treasurer of St. turning out on several occasions ,„g at the Marine Hotel. Its came in^on Saturday ^by in ihe forward line of 'he Carl ton Mr. Gouldlng is Comptroller of Engineer Returns Home R HAROLD BRANSTETTER Im been spending a holiday B.W.I.A. over the here is due to return to Trinidad via Trinidad to resume tomorrow. She was guest of as engineer of the honour at a moonlight picnic held Crttte Petroleum Corporation at at Glbbs' beach on Friday night. ling two Miss Dorothy Eckstein did most [ was acof the arranginf, in fact it was comp.i'iied by Ins wife and they her idea. Despite the weather :ng at the Ocean View about fifty people arrived nt Hotel. Glbbs' all of them heavily wrapMr Bumstetter told Carib that ped in warm roafa, etc, but regret he had was the with the lighting ot a couple of length of his holiday which was coal-pots on which hot dogs were too short. He and his wife had roasted and a good supply of own! here They liquid refreshment, the party soon Sd got very warm, some even had Women's World toured the island and Wri^b? are all **rinm m,n> ptacM "' ,n "'" im lud "> a moonlight bath, and the party hTl£SrHotel w$he Sl Joh "' Church Sam '• ord 5 didn't break up until well after epuor, o, Mr. "Tli !" KnliK Ca '"-' ,h ( '""' %  Bothsheba J arn i slaying at the Hotel B W.C.A. while the Trinidad Football Club. His wife will be delegates Mr. Louis Spencc, ConJoining him later this week, and troller-of Supplies and Mr. A. T. h( expects to be here about six Shlll, Acting Comptroller ot Cusweeks. He toms cfcme in yesterday morning. Royal. They Sfe nil staying at the Marino H, M? Va, Archer, 'a Barbadian. w 3gjJS*P* !" who arrived recently for the CusIJOLIDAYING here for the toms talks, is the St. Vincent dele* winter is Dr. R gate, and brother to Mr. Clyd* An h,r Lcgnl Draughtsman Trinidad. Donald, retired Dental Surgeon of Hamilton, Ontario. He arrived recently and is staying at the Hasting* Hotel. Customs, British Guiana. o <> Comings and Goings M RS. BirtrX HO WELL, proprieties* of the hiaviev.' Gupst House jelurned iroin l m seven week holiday in Montreal P MacSnc u : '*"' to ** %  batk '" th,: warmtli of the West Ir.dies. She returned from Canada via P.A.A. to Trinidad and via B.W.I.A. to Hail'.iU". Up From Caracas M R. and Mrs. R. W. Worman of Caracas, Venezuela were arrivals over the week-end by Bros., Paramount, Universal-InB.W I.A for about two weeks' tcrnational. Film Classics as well holiday and are staying at the as Monogram and Allied Artists Hotel Royal. productions this year. Will <*knw ^ r **^' fln Der-Brugh, Director PP1 , !" "' ,7*. ..,, o' Economic Affairs in Dutch EE lhat he Aquatic Club CineGuianai „ rived yostvnl b 11 be showing Warner B .W I.A. for three weeks, to spend a holiday at the Hotel Royal. Mr. J. S. M. Johnston, representative of H. J. Heinz Co, Is touring the Caribbean Area oi routine business trip. He arrived yesterday by B.W.I A. • • • Mrs. Dione Skinner, wife of the Director of Highways and Transport returned yesterday from Trinidad by B.W.I A. • • • Dr. Charlie Manning sl turned yesterday from Trinidad by B W.I.A. l*i Children's Corner Rupert and the Caravan Mrs. Marjoric Clarke left on Sunday for a holiday in Jamaica. She will be staying with her sister, Mrs. H. W. Springer, wife of the Registrar of the West Indian University College. DKEP rounded white collar on button through dress In dark grey jersey, Chintz And African Prints Seen In The New Collections lly Joan I i skin. PICTURE) i DM Pull liefore they left Seawell for motion in Polo ..mi everyone wan in a happy mood. Left to right arc: Mri. Michehn. lie. Mr Herbert Dowding (Manager). Mrs. Dowding. lotao Marsh, Elliot Williams, Colonel 11. T. Michelln Sylvia That Holiday Spirit 'T^HE holiday spin! li still pre W8IIOB to the West Indies early in the New Year may he vUltm judgVrig iT'om'the 'I'" Stanley of Alderley. He bit ,,\ at Club Morgan ..„ '"•> ndcr in the Royal Navy. Two popular Calypsoes. Peter **• o hi, former wife, Sylvia, UC) : ,,!„ %  I ClOlll OOblO III iopular and Iheie '-'I''"""' What is the DOOM ,,t is alwayj a crowd around the ""' ?•* >" cl """ Sylvia," soys piano witn then ic.iucsts foi 1 0,a S'-' I .a ** Mi Oscar llollne, ,i New York! Maroon And White Times travel representative was^ THE Barbados Water Polo iii he liked team, winch leaves for Trinidad Among a few of the tomorrow will use as the'r LONDON, December 9. ALWAYS in the spring collections there are touches of white on the clothes, at ivik. wrists, or waist, and the 1950 previews show an even greater use of white cotton pique as trimming. White too, is used on tailored sounded suspiciously like a Ass slam M,th. !" !\ "T^. At ". IWM show w !" ekintoh! We learned that when toPtoSr; 1'a'' .h" aVy iS* W h uW,t >••" "* %  %  * !" disappeare.1. SundJTbv BWli £ y ; L e "" fT B ""-""S 1 ; eyelet-hole em-, but when ironed, it reappeared! ^-unoay By B.W.I.A. to take Up| broid.-rv 00 Ihe lapels. There appolntrnent with ffic Boys'I were elialk Another Dress School in Grenada dark skirt... and vli noticed atio s number ol white Another iin. %  ...: pink folded Ml bat* and llnv round "'"'" %  glazed cliiiiU, with "nes tiered skirt. The bright But If the idea of brightening strapless top was scattered your enure wardrobe with paper"'rts sequins to give it I stiff white cotton pique, broderic "P appearance, anglaise, or taffeta, appeals to you. let mo nine a.un remind Want To Be Elegant ? 10 it.isM Uni. v The secret of elegance, according to one of the world's most sophisticated actresses, lies simply in 10 common and basic rules ol dress, hair-do and makeup. It's easy If you only follow the rules, says Gertrude Lawrence, now starring in "The Glass Menagerie*' at Warner Bros. Studio. The actrass, close friend ,ot such notables as Noel Coward ami George Bernard Shaw, recently was chosen as one of the world's 1 most 10 elegant women by the London Daily Express. ; "Elegance is probably just a state of mind," says Miss Lawrence, "but there are ways Ih which you can help it along. I I use these 10 basic rules because they do something for me and help me in my work and play. I If they result in elegance, so much the better." | Here are Gertrude's 10 rules; 1. "Simplicity of clothes. .11 wear basically simple things: tail-I orcd clothes in the daytime and| i basic black dresses at night. ) 2. "Individuality. I try to lookl 1 different but with an eye to cur-| I rent fashion. [ 3. "I wear colours according to| f my complexion, t 4. "I prefer a few clothes well-I chosen to a wardrobe full of things | | I'd never wear. 5. "I'm mad about good groom-1 ing — well-kept hair, hands and) skin, with very little makeup. 6. "I wear simple shoes. 7. "No frills, no buttons and| bows. 8. "I wear useful and inter-| changeable accessories. 9. "I buy hats for my head and| not for a laugh. 10. "I don't spend fabulous I amounts on clothes. I budget ac-| cording to the means available." At th taxi diuppears Rupert fecli jomerhing rubbing against his kg. "HulloT Why. its Dinkie eh* cir." he unite., What jre you doing her* ? I'm going 10 search lor Ikppo the monkey. It's my idea he II be in the lorest j monkeys low climbing trees. Let's go that way." Dinkie only Durti and kccoi clost to hi common AH 0 (e ,,leaves h.m -nl bourV *?' some bo.ldet, aSTS,^ Rupert iurn. n a%r£L\f why ever did she d?iL>,1 murmurs -She's Z Feeling raiher inquwtm her. ;, "f.l| SrtMFi.l.,: Mr. Cuthbert Thorpe also left to join the gttfl of this school. Mir. C. G. Conym of Bay Btrwl returned from Trinidad last week by B.W.I.A. She spent u holiday there with her son and was u guest at the Queen's Park Hotel. 4IIOSMYOHII vv.ts Tniiuny K<1maa( in Trnudad, Also Mr J. H Edwarda, Col. and Mrs. KBf U-negan, Mr (.mnidsc. Mr. and Mrs. David Henatrson, Mr. and Mr*. John K.iiniw.l. Mi and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Slsne*t. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Thomas from Vtmnuala .nuitaiiung a large part> whkcjta included Mr. and Mrs Amotig O'Neal. M Mi .and Mrs. Arnold %  "coluurs", white caps and maroon .swimming trunks. The caps Will Harbados" written in UU forehead and on the caps will also be of maroon There will Uthe List pnoUct match this afternoon at the Aquatic Club. The team is due 10 leave Se.iu.ll ;,l 5.IS p m lii:il!HM/rt Valentine Dance SATURDAY, I'ebruary 11 the Annual date i VaUnUne Dam. it the Me Hutd in aid of local charity and \ enexuaU or l"'d by the Woman's Cunaand part>. <^"> Club w i JT; Former "Pipe" Instructor rUMI *> M i nan were V %  treat on night when McComBMehie played the it.i; •V' l. MeC iwa ii and a fi nei ii(S Uittructoi with the C'unerojr^lhghl..! rare -ve* ubear the pipes in UarbadoT" and judging applause' Mr. MrCommachie perBonaed vry well indeed. Tb re will inthe usual lea* Brklfe, Games of Chance, Flower Stalls, Valentine Post Ught refreshment.donated by the Clubs members are laetiMwd la the price of the ftckal Tables around the ball room %  waged by ringing Mrs. x- . Mi-Commachie is one '"-?. MCeii by nr the craw on the S-S. "InterpreA ''^ Lcwu at 2185. Overheard in a But [A M .ilways making inistakcf, *-' m T*chniclor **l im.itw \. wi:.ir" Arthur KENNKliV Will itBEST Pleased as we were to you of a fact so often ignored" s ? meth,n 8 ml\y new at the! be wnshrd shows we cu l(I not help disloyThese accessories must be washed after each wrtiring. If you have aerther the lime nor UH ation tn clip them off, and sew them on again after each washing, why not ittach them witli %  llreiuiei S|>rts shi.v. i interesting falm. waist cotton dresses wen ui.,ii> attractive). They ivare either in light with ally comparing some of these dresses to shelfpaper, or American cloth! Rayon shantung for leen-aji .mother smooth fabric, very suitable for tailored lununei %  Mhet. of the dark summer dreesea featured appllqued embroidery on the skirt, pocket, er striped cotton b 5 >dioe Some r lhe beading was skirts, maklnu almoKl to elab <>rate. and gave a 'icwhat bizarre appearance to 'Me clothes. 3. wne | eflSI*. *innssled-Bnythin^ There were a great m.-mv (i.ieheted yokes and kmtleit inset waists, braid i fringes, on cocktail dresj.es Quilting is being tentatively offered by most desim bowed en unu %  ton. A short straight I and grey checks, was quilted and worn over a tignt skirt. Ul'An.e'iV' IU ,11. S^arfMUTt Ol brUttat OSfDpSU^T 31. Tbls la clOMly reiatM (4) Bt, Jiut loos ho* Denu *au isi *W. The metknlikg you win git from t. '"J'" 0 *" •* around on thU day a. Mruui or a fewa pen t n 3 Tha avidpncf of four or mn tit lu a iriu stisy M of 00 luipurt>noe. (7| J2". lh th utmu*t SDM-U n 6Notninf could be more pure . i^^lJ"" 7 *"uweint, 1P ,Ji 10. A culled msti break* ittD l %  priuf. (Si "• K'.? 1 BSS! ,'?, u !" """ i7. They're often toHo*d 0 IIJUIO or abouid it h the otaer wai arouodt 14) 18. out FOUIOI i to. Bjued but with aowjen u aelutton of MitrrdiTi CUMII -,,.., fi'SZ'i. ",.V;,v 0 „? v^r l .i„ T ;; :."b,tt ff'IK; ii MSI i§Wi, If. O.ln: li .T! s trong teerhide WO.VEN-STRIP SANDALS Our Last and Latest Shipment of Mexican HUARACHES AT 5B8, tin Buy nou tar rumfnrt A Hard II wr EVA2VS A \\ mi I II ius Dial 4606 and 4220 lirints. 'I | lg i|, tfir name ImpUca, h Mnci .iml Ht raatmbsa claaery tha • Paisley patterns of Scotland. Tho deep glowing colours, witii an lIMINUHl orann lots ,. a com. plelely nee SkirlWiiisl llro,,,.. Many ot thoso shlrt-waltt drones have long boon to tha taj, girl < burns aai gracefully lull again call "h''" !" t on ,w 2 I' ; """' %  '" la i I ... I:...,..; .., .. ^ "'"" "'"'' "" '" "Wr beat %  Xred ^'""T '"1 the ? tollow 1 topa made to match the drataet J**" 0 "' l ockM %  ""' """ chan;One dresi even had a large "' briinmed hat mu.lc to match it. Checks were .W, 1—a as a urnlshmg fabric. One dress BefOie we left ih. %  •-TLSS. STLB 1 £ %  SWTl'j; Matching of rhecks W ,!„" k Miua BKEAST DKILI.S VISES EAMLKI MITKIBOX Them in Our Show Window. Bee Hi, ni in Our Sh„ Wind.... PLANTATIONS LlMlTEfJ


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CIVi: CENT SI
Year 33.
STRACHEY WINS BATTLE OF SUGAR
Cripps Calls Himself
A Pessimist
But Calls For "Go Slow"
In Helping Others
LONDON. Jan. 9.
/CHANCELLOR of tht- Exchequer. Sir Stafford Cripps.
*-* spoke of "unrooniled exports" and sterling halani
at Ins Press Conference in London today. "We want lo
dimmish oar unrequited exports lo that we can divert
mere f our exports lo I he hard currency, and particularly
the dollar roiinlries.' He ..-,,d. adding: indeed, that
-----------------------------------------------ne mii.*i do". -Bui toon
ether very important side !o ihis
pleiure. The resource* neve been
made availnhlc. many of ihem
lo countriao urgently in need of
assistance In Iheir post-war
i < nn st met ion.
"Unless we had provided this
help, we should undoubtedly have
MO en even greater .spread of
Communiom. What are unrequit-
rc! exports to ue are Imomnsely
-valuable .supporting imports to
countries threatened by the cold
ana.
These have helped to enable
them, despite all their difficulties
tu withstand the onslaught of
thai cold war, and to build up
their own production", the Chan,
eellor added: "Bui we have now
reeehed I slagc where we must go
slower, whether we wish it or
not. for the sake of pi
our own strength and ability to
help." Questioned on th
Sir Stafford said that an attempt
would be mad* to agree on
reduction in the amount releas-
able from Sterling balances when
the annual negotiations took place
with each countrv.
No Increase In 1950 Price
NO LONG TERM AGREEMENT
AFTER 1952 CONTRACT EXPIRES
No Human Creech Jones Pleads In Vain
(From Our Own Correspondent)
IMI VIsTHY BUM TORS Or ST. MICH AKI. had cast lheu VOM long
business if counting Ihem began. The picture shows election official
th* QOUfll From left to right are:Mr. C. B. Sisnetl: Mr. R. M. Cave, Sub
nil; Mr, F. J. Cole. Sheriff; Mr. E. C. Redman. Vestry CUrk. Ml H 0 Rai
Sir STAFFORD CRIPPs
Gold Coast
Workers Stage
A Strike
A Sound Itlea
Asked whai he thought of
suggestion made by some Am-
erican bankers that the United
Slates should take over luibiliu
I for part of Britain's Sterling
GOLD COAST, Jan. 9 Balance debts. Sir Stafford said:
Workers in Accra began a Civil "1 am very glad the suggestion
isobedieiire campaign today came from American hunkers. 1
osing and stopping buses. The
empaigii. part of a mow to
rtain Dominion Status for the
Old Coast, also included olher
t at home strikers and lesser
>ycotis.
Post Office, electricity poder-
Wngs. railways, and Government
'partmenUt were, Uuwe. i
g normally
A general strike to support the
mand and the re-instntemeitt of
ll-laiag Government workers
iun officially yesterday was?
ided on Wednesday. It was un-
irstood. The colony's Roilway-
gV*ens Union was among those
supporting the strike.
The Ground Staff of the British
vcrseas Airways Corporation at
ecra slopped work on Saturday.
Jt servicing of planes continued.
Heater.
Trinidad Gets
New Bishop
think it a sound and excellent
idea."
Reviewing the economic results
of 1949. the industrial output had
continued to rise rapidly through
the year "with the result thut our
economic position had been bas-
ically strengthened."
Bill To Appoint
Prince Bernhanl
THE HAOUI, Jan. 9.
A Bill appointing; Prince Bern-

hi the event of the |g
Queen Juliana before iheir eldest
daughter Beatrice has come of age.
hns fceen submitted lo the -
Chamber of Ihe Sjnie.i General.
Rruter.
2 Skiers Killed
TURIN. Jan II.
Two Italian Bleu vatsj killed
vlien ihe cable of
irbsdo. Advocate torroniondriic
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. a.
Tne Rl. Reverend Douglas John .
Ilsun, Bbhop "I British id i..iu- si-WI m Ihe mounluins of Ihe
s, was today elected Bishop or Moon. Italian All
*idad~during a Special Synod om' ,l" '"H a power
an Anglican Diocese. He up Bum t*n "dels, including a
-ids the Rl. Reverend Fabian lx,> ""'A "'" "* *&*>* ''-
eckjoii who resigned because 01 ""*'"euler.
II health. ----------------------
Bid new appointment will have D p ,'/,,, /;,,
ba conUnnni hy other Bishop. "'" BlunO/l IJIt'S
the province of the West Inilir nnar-iTr i o
Bishop Wilson ,, , .sl(,.J."ll<;nJE"Jcaa\holie
raduate f Qu0>. ^ collet, Slovakia, who
nd tambtidge. He Is married M attacked by tha Mil
nd has two children This Is his Justice for "leTOauU 10 lake the
seventh year of minlstratlvo ex- oath of allegiance to die Com-
p in the Wei Indies. miimst Government, Oied el his
(By Cable). honta to-day. Itealrr.
Two Arrested Check Communist
On r raud ^' #
Charge LxpaflSlOtl III
South-east Asia
Is Keynote Of Colombo Talks
BRUSSELS, Jan. 9.
nelgiat:
tWO prominent Antwerp IncineM
men in connection with frauds in
lock and bonds, which should
have baea declared
Govti ament1 anU-Inflatkm law
ter the liberation
in 1M4.
They an M Henri Stock-
I former Company
Director and M. Laurent Hans-
ma, former Director of a well-
known busmeko Banking House.
Police said lhat the
men were alleged to be concerned
m a I raud totalling 1.000,000 Bel-
|ltn francs. Belgian Premier
Goaton ktyaakena. announced on
a police had uncovered
frauds, totalling 10.250.000 Bel-
let, and that two of the
.caring hankers ana
others had been arrested ana
barged with implkatioii gSj
bankers named were: M. Emile
MoWen, he->d of the big Kredlet
i!ank and M. Jules Cardyn a high
ofhcial of tha Belgian National
Bank.
Anoilier Fraud
Police said lhat they thought
ih.it they were nn me point of dls-
' another :r.md involv-
ing 3.000.000 francs" worth of
red stocks and bonds.
Ing to the police, the
'.ocks and bonds
which nave been falsely oeftlAesJ
Some of tl i ried oft* by
Ihe Germans during the
later found thoJl w.iy back into
Belgium. lloneod to
ted collaborators.
afraid to decline iheir
In Parliament thai week. Com-
ic Belgian
dement on
uials impli-
nktag organisation-- .um
(crtain peraonoTltloi of the ftf>
KM ial .ui The Communist question adds
that tin i tat south a
.I'Micion on
ftoM of the Belgian
of Finance." Premier
Kyskens told the Press on Friday
that if uerionulities wer*" involve^
even if they were personalities
of the Catholic Party (his own)
.ild be done, and Justice
be severe.
lit nt.r
WHICH IS U.K.
ELECTION DAY?
LONDON, Jan. 9.
POLITICAL QUARTERS here tonight speculated on
the possibility that Prime Minisler Clemen! Alilee mit-hl
_ax_February 2 M General Election day.
------------------------ This would mean the dissolu-
w I a-va a ] lion of Parliament on Fridiiv ol
Lloyds Did
Not Refuse
., LONDON, Jan 9.
uoyds of London to-day de-
f urfforl* ,rom ""' '*rel Prt
Hatfa that they had refused
to Insure shipments f nen-mlU- Som< observers think that the
Ury good, M|n through th,- '" >" "'nriu. if it nropaeed a late
" Cenal on their wav lo Haifa Fol.ruary eleetion. may In tne lirsl
in the absence of safe conduct
"prances from Egypt
" is still possible to arrange
_n"ances. and we have had no
!*!'' mtimaUon nbout Egypt
MUlng to give firm assurance that
{"-mint,,,, supplies destined
t". ''rael would be allowed to
f* though the Sue? Canal
eater.
(By SYI.VAIN MANBGOT)
COLOMBO. Jan 9,
COMMONWEALTH eiwiper.unn, tpansion
nf ('ommunism in South East Asia was th, .,
opening sessions of the Colombo Com, i
information available tonight
Tin- .
eitfn \hi:.
Isaserallj agraed thai ou ueeie
..mi .
elimination >i Lea hi isaieiilii mo-
rhich OomrnuEusw
Hsflvei, .
U.S. Officials
In L.K. For
Defence Talks
Rights In
Colombia
Says Liberal President
mm ram, Jan ;.
OOMpO, President o
I CokanMan LjlH-rai I'arty. to!
* Preaa Conference today thn
nns had been killed v.
ouitep the Mail
he Conservative Par7
'i desperate eampaiici
I all oppoaltlon." Dt
I member i>f th*
is been ii
fhe United States for the last 3
week*, and is returning to Colom-
bia in a few days.
iv ail batman righto
:'geared in Colombia, he
said. 1 myself have l>een livinv
10 life for
PTlthl.
The 41-year-nld Senator said
that he had come to Ihe Waited
BUtea in order to net the opinion
ol Americans about the political
itualion in Colombia
He had unofficial talk.s with
Stale Department friends" in
A'.ishlngton. "aii'
met was at leu I
* On Pace I
LONDON, Jan. 9
}T IS NOW fairly obvious that discussions be
tween the Food Ministry and Colonial sugar
delegates have from the West Indian point of
view served no useful purpose. The Ministry with
the knowledge that they have all West Indian
sugar under contract until the end of 1962 ire
understood to have driven a hard bargain and in
the circumstances it v auld not be surprising if
the B.W.I, delegates are obliged to turn down
whatever offers are made to them.
Spain Considt-rs
Economic Bmtk
\\ ill. Yrp'iitiiia
Dominant!!, the whole picture
Ul te-
'> .isiry have
tactto
'-le Cuban "dump" figure.
Now Tha; devaluation hats had
the effect of innreaiini the
> Britain of all non-dollar sugar,
ihe Ministry are understood to
nave completely illnaginleil the
iree market pines and
have sat their awn
lhe\ are not alter.
its reason there
little hope thai 19.10 will bctnc
any infiense La ilu |im. paid
for sugar by BrtUm io :h.
Indies. The likelihnod ol .1 Ion",
term ej
iho 1952 ionti.nl ixplrea also
MhUa-
iry nai iignad one
ml with Aii-n.ih.i luaran-
teelna to bu from than tiuo.ooo
tons annually and '
. the aflat I of 1 quotas
'"a? "J^ ."" 'er areas.
U.S. Has Vo/
Finished Her
Job In Europe
-HOFFMAN
WASK:NGrON. JaL. 9
Mr Paul Hoffman. Economic
Co-operatlo'i Administrator, said
today that European n-cover> ha.
t-een so successful thai there wm
the danajer that the Unr,
v.ould consider the 10b doiu-
The ultimate raawll 1
daaWN imght u^ srai naaw
lad Baatelri to eraaai ehaai m
A'estera Kuropv. Mr HoilmanioU-
iha Women's NaUun.il D
''iuH in a prepare-i .
Today, despiie alt lhat Russia
<*ouid do to pcaaanl it, i think .
: K
The -Vi "' Voral /"i"ics in a iv-
Madrid to-day mUo that
fan
Mcienna breaking off all economti
LONDON. Jan. 9. [Pact. Th.
Eight senior American MUl-Iretarj ilnuisht dlffarci
Ury and Civ.l OfflciaU arrived dy
here by air from Washington,that IntarvenUoo
' Mutual Defer,,
Paw an in mai
means lone with Argentina. A meet-
F.rnest Bavin and Pandtl Mahru "K "''be Spanish Cabinet would
both opposed the idea ol ., !' ,- study the uu*Uon to-day. the re-
; ilar t< tlaj At] taaett.
Heater.

Wednesday.
lays, and only Americans will
lak- uart.
The Talk* an- U'iieved to con-
sider America's Military Aid
Programme in the light of report*,
by L'mied Slater isflfli jtfg,
have been surveying the require-;'r^
mania of Britain ..nd other m>
vene, what 1 aoa 1

prnblanii in iheir own
like that
bers of the North Atlantic and !hl
Treaty. (rroachmeni Europa*!
The Programme is to increase oeen larKpl>' | "y-11
the rollertive strength for de-
fence of North Atlantic Area
aealer.
20% Cm Win \oi
lialaiicc liuil^cl
ASHINOTON. Jan 9.
ling of in-
.
Cudgel to
Congrtea to-day will not balance
the budget
The $1,300,000,000 saved will be
nance Die 11,100,-
000.000 Social w. Hi i'
Qasu of whici.
Presideni Truman'* I>
WjUon of the W.
l"Ulk- d "Is.onai Jm. A
1.11s lo drop 1.
trade with each oth. 1
"Economic inlegrntioii faff We I
in Burope Is no long*.
It b a 1:
aid.
'Europe must give !
tangible proof that Democrac*
:nens somethina more than free-
dom to !ee your children hungry,'
Ihe seciii II
l.isler Mother
Huraer?
YORKSH1RB, Jan 9
gad If), toda;
cuaed ol miUilermg g wonuB
who, with In 1 husband intended
to adopt him. The husband
iound hi- niia Mo|-
eftd by her rtreside
lust night
1 special court
this week but the main bod) ; ;:^ ,hoU;
political opinion bald to Februao ",M1 :i nne v
23 as the most likely election
and predicted dissolution for
February 8.
All parliamentary dl
assume that a Government an-
nouncement will be made soon
after tomorrow's Cabinet meeting
Russia Govh To
Polls March 12
LONDON. Jan. 9.
lUcllOCU to the Supreme So-
viet of the U.S.S.H. will be held
on March 12. 1950 by decree of
the Presidium of the Stuj
viet reported by Moscow Radio"
to-ntght.
Last elections to thi
Soviet, the iughcM organ ol Btata
power in Russia, were held in
February. 1946. when 99.7 pei
cent, of the electorate went to the
polls. Candidates were elected for
four-year term. The MjyatU
Miners Reject
Proposal
LONDON. Jan. 9.
Mill.i 11 S. ..-!..,
'
proposal by their leaders that ihey
should foiej
a year to aid But.

gesteci the pussibiliU that the
MtOM trong National Union of
Minew.-.kers may join "a.OOO en-
btaears and 450,000 ral
to lead the light agaii:-'
ial wage > ..( the
striking feature of the Budget *
.....roll tax"
1
would bring in some S250.0OO.0OO
a-. Health Fund m
. .
!>ected to paa?> the lina-
ge* as a whole more speedily than
..it political cam-
1 beflsfl Hut consid-
erable hanges may be made in
.j-enditures
.hi Foreign Aid Progrm:

j aruter.l
Soviet consists of two chambers [Trades Union Congress.
ihe Soviet of the Union and the
Soviet of Nationalities. Kruu-r.
Quak
e Shakos
Calais
_. CALAIS Jan.. 9
JJy "haken by g four-second wh.ch
wlhquake at 1943

oiuio wn tn#lr dlnncr pUtea I whether the elect 1
* off their tables
Renter.
announce thai
the King has been asked to post-
pone the opening of the new
melon of Parliament from
:'4 until a later date.
This would give a broad indi-
cation of timing, but the Govern
n-.rnt could still keep its opponents
.1 little lontfer before
announcing the actual
Home Sccretai
BeVa who had g pruate talk with
Clement Atlee
this morning broadcast to the
e
I
i j An eleel
before or after the new
came into force. heater.
ay alongside the body.
The boy was remanded in cus-
Junuary 17. heuler.
Wealthy Brazilian
Refused Bail
Murdered Wife
Swastika Over
Parliament
MUNICH, Jan. 9.
An aeroplane of unidentitie.l
nalionalily to-day drasA .1 Bwaa*
tika with its vapour trail above
the Bavarian Pail lament in Mu-
nich, ihe West German news
agency. "D.P.A." reported.
Bavarian members of Parlia-
ment watched the performance.
The Swastika disco)\
.short time.heater.
Leaders of all II
ated to the T U.C wall meet 111
-day to take a
.Hal decision ages polH)
R-iler.
W haling |-|ri.|
FOR U.S. FIRM
iia.mbuiu;, Jan 9.
The West German nee
VP.A. leported today
lowaldt docks la
uirg have started conv<
unerican 16,000 ton la
0 former Bail ttae into ;
iiodern whaler fleet to be raanneq
> Qat'taan 1 raw
Whaling Company here, branch ol
tha Duessel-Dorf llank-i god
Con Ltd. has gecepted an offet
Nej Tigurr
no figures
een n
understood lhat Use
the West ll
.ced purchase of approxam-
I i.ually which
11-low the figure for
'.Vest Indian producers have heen
asking.
Mr. Creech Jone>
have intervened with I M
<>n behalf of Colonial deleg.n-

II
MauTittoa w.u be eflarad
than 1.000.000
..iiarantee.
Protection
Only
LONDON. Jon. 8.
in to-
MH-i iinhsi; Praea report*
thai Britain would continue to
2JS
1'i Fon-
ilniuih Consuls wan .
I itiah -ub-
Company ItOXl
contact with the auth<
u
0 provide ships and crews for a
vhallng expedition to be run by-
he American Company next
.eason. It was also slated thai
iitivi-i'Mon work would
out despite Not
Representatives of the tk
lhat they hoped ti
> .it did
not onat ol any-
kind, he declared. He added that
Britain had 1
version by the time the Argentine 'hlneee
luan PeraB out her
-Keuter. Keuler
China 4|eoeptB
L'.K/s IWo^mtioii
^ LONDON, Jan. ft
ineee Conwuyuel Oew-
i-tnineni hgl ..fcii-.-i, :.. !ti ItalO I
recognition of its regime, the
c-.nHiuiriri Nem 1 1
1 ."filed in a message re-
ceived m London to-night.
HAYONNE. Jan. 9.
An exaiuning Magistrate to-
day refused bail to 23-year old
Joas Carlos Dasilva Ramos.
LHaa accused of
1. his beautiful wife
vmg her arrow

on of f\
.1.1:1111 P.razilian Diplomat 1*
1 tiaol.
heater.
IJciimarkRt-t'o^iiix-H
rhincsfConiinunisIs
Strike Threat In Italy
After Street Battle
. .._. ROME, Jgn. 9 Prefect of Modenn
a lightning general strike to-1 claefa arose when tbouaai
mght threatened Italy aft)
least 5 workers were killed, ano 1 KUard outside
many workers and police werei other factorle
injured in g street battle in Ihe : .nades.
Industrial Communist stronghold | hamme
0^-niyC>d^ni', Nf)r,hern I,al>
Tha Communist-led Confedera- bemr
Labour headquarters
Rome tonight gave the workerg, press reports reaching
I as 5. possibly 6
So\irl "rrimiilal^"
Kin' Finland
HELSINKI
('inland a ill Band n I' I
retail -it the end of the week, to
1 lor the
KM Soviet "wai
1 iminaali aa lo the
Foreign hQaaeti)
iniulated by the
r*oreiga Mlnaatrj on taai
m investigation into
gltd 'in\ 1 .anpleted.
Most of the 56 persons listed
mated as "guilty nl pai-
ticulaily grave crimes against the
Soviel Union" have already fled
the country. Freezing.
Helsinki was to-day gay with
r>.*teis far Use tetwtaaeerauaa! prs**-
dential elections. The Social
Democrats, supporters with the
Conservative. Liberal BO
ish Peoples Party of iL.
tion of Liberal's 70-yecr-old
Presideni Juho Paasikv.
their posters thai a Communist
Presideni would mean a Commun-
fOf U>e Slate Police.
IteaUr.
^ryposalsSubinitlt'd
For S94.2(M),(MM)
By Nationalists
WASHINGTON, Jan fl
Chinese Nationalists have *ub-
mitted niapoaal'
Stales for I'ormoaB of
AUSTRO-RLSSIi MUST
AWAIT DECISION
U'MX>N. Jan. 9.
The 257th meeting o( the AusUian Daputicai Confl
to ncKOtiatP an Auilnan Stfsta Tnatv opened here ihis
itei noon.
The American Deputy. Mr. Sam Reber was in the
chair.
The British Deputy is 111
Ham Ivo Mallelt, :
ilan. 11
Ambassador In Ixmdon.
, 2k George
PARIS. Jan 9 Zaiubin told the <
French itewspapei 1 e p... Foi.kii Minlsten, I>eputie-. on
said that 84 year old an Austrian Treaty hare to-day
Amelia o. Portugal was "sinking' that there was no point in dis-
and had rai Bit 1 sacra-
ment were d e s c r 1 1
"nonsense" toda'
WaKang
Stv also denied .1 Ki< 1
l-apri iei>ort that Amelia hud
.tent to Lisbon to make ready a
place for her in the far <
of her husban"
and son Amelia wa
Queen Amelia
Not Sinking"
_ further .,uicle*.
Russia s dii-ect negotiations with
-
M. Zaiubin said that he would
approach the appropriat.
gUthoaitles to find out when
these negotiations would l>e fln-
iifhed. He undertook to report
on their progress at the next
tm-J meeting of ihe DeDutles on Frl-
police Non-Commissioned two dylagf. V bad SM.200.000 worth of economic
injured and! 60
another hurt Ten thousand ec
workers from Modcna and tha g|
surrounding eou
the police, when they called am I it
.'gnU)


lining from the
me voted
mediate danger, she' said The 'V. rart hajb>bs -loubtf-.il if h.
former Queen- Makthei ..I Port- would be able to forerast their
uge.1 1- w. ' a>| con-lusi
ba has lived

Pot laigaoe
Reutrr.
revolution
GrciMi- i'tets
Caretaker Govt
ATHJl
MARK. Jan. 9
41: -.'.n has derided
Communist Govt fee, and attempted
-nnounced herej storm four steel worker* where a
I lock out had been declared.
A communique issued by the
-.
opssnrt-- >\ economic asasftaaeai i fc * tNhaar-9ecffe>ta
lo be seat to iste J
1
the gituatk dance with ECA legislation. \Uasler 8e
nighl heuter. heater. Order.
>\ British Foreign Office spokes.
deputies'
rould be held earlier, it
Zarubin obtained an
about the Austro-Soviet negotia-
B then The qiW
of Austrian payment foi
supplies and services mad*
able from Russia in Austria
the end of ihe war lad
liatu
bag awo lelega-
-
a settlement
is Mandl as; reached in the direct Russian-
for Public i Austrian discussion in V
ih-r.


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOC ATI
MMIIII Mil .".
Cahib QcJlinq
Who Said It Wat Cold?
MR. HAROLD BRANSTETTER \/|ISS ROSEMARY PAPE. who
turned XtL ha
H: .E L COOLS-LAR-
TIGCE. Assistant Adminis-
St. Lucia and th* Wind-
ward Island* ifprgarntaUvf on
the Cusv .'fnmwaion,
was an arrival on Sunday by
\ w \ for the Customs Talks
which 'nil open today at Hast-
ings H
Accompanying Mr. Cools-Lar-
tlguc were three ot his advisers.
Hon'ble A. C H. Bayno*. Trea-
surer of St. Lucia, Hontle V.
Archer, Treasurer of St. Vincent
I Gittens Knight, MB.E.
Controller of Supplies, Grenad;i
His other adviser Hon'ble A. D
Boyd, Acting Financial Secretary
of Dominica came in last week
at th-
exception of Mr. Gittens Knight
who is staying at the Hotel Royal. ._, t2' _, a __ *
Other delegates arriving on was nere i. Tears Ago To Join Husband
Sunday by B.W.T7A. for the lUP J ADAMIRA, who arrived TfcifRS. E V. D. GOULDING of
Customs Talks were Mr. R. K. ItI ,n Barbados las' week, is here IV1 British Guiana who was
Masson, Collector of Customs, as Acting Manager of the Bata holidaying here for the past week
Honduras and Mr. J. O. Shoe Stores, until the new Mana- w,(h her son-in-law and daugh-
Platebar, O.B.E., Controller of ger arrives. Mr. Adamira, who ter Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Chapman
Supplies, British Guiana who was is at present stationed in Trini- a| "Ellbunk" St Lawrence has
accompanied by Ms wile. dad, acted here in a similar ca- now gone to joln her husband who
Honble L. A Thompson, Tn ,, years ago. and will ba came jn on Sunday by B.W.I A.
surer of Antigua and Hon'ble remembered as a keen footballer, for the Customs Talks and is stay-
W. O. Peters, Treasurer of St. turning out on several occasions ,g at the Marine Hotel.
Its came in^on Saturday ^by in ihe forward line of 'he Carl ton Mr. Gouldlng is Comptroller of
Engineer Returns Home
R HAROLD BRANSTETTER Im
been spending a holiday
B.W.I.A. over the here is due to return to Trinidad
via Trinidad to resume tomorrow. She was guest of
as engineer of the honour at a moonlight picnic held
Crttte Petroleum Corporation at at Glbbs' beach on Friday night.
ling two Miss Dorothy Eckstein did most
[ was ac- of the arranginf, in fact it was
comp.i'iied by Ins wife and they her idea. Despite the weather
:ng at the Ocean View about fifty people arrived nt
Hotel. Glbbs' all of them heavily wrap-
Mr Bumstetter told Carib that ped in warm roafa, etc, but
regret he had was the with the lighting ot a couple of
length of his holiday which was coal-pots on which hot dogs were
too short. He and his wife had roasted and a good supply of
own! here They liquid refreshment, the party soon
Sd got very warm, some even had
Women's World
toured the island and
Wri^b? are all **rinm m,n>' ptacM "' ,n"'"-" im'lud"> a moonlight bath, and the party
hTlSrHotel w$he Sl Joh"', Church- Sam 'ord'5 didn't break up until well after
epuor, o, Mr. "Tli KnliK Ca'"-' ,h" ('""' Bothsheba J arn.
i slaying at the Hotel
B W.C.A. while the Trinidad Football Club. His wife will be
delegates Mr. Louis Spencc, Con- Joining him later this week, and
troller-of Supplies and Mr. A. T. h( expects to be here about six
Shlll, Acting Comptroller ot Cus- weeks. He
toms cfcme in yesterday morning. Royal.
They Sfe nil staying at the Marino
H,M? Va, Archer, 'a Barbadian. w3gjJS*P*
who arrived recently for the Cus- IJOLIDAYING here for the
toms talks, is the St. Vincent dele- *
winter is Dr. R
gate, and brother to Mr. Clyd*
An h,r Lcgnl Draughtsman
Trinidad.
Donald, retired Dental Surgeon of
Hamilton, Ontario. He arrived
recently and is staying at the
Hasting* Hotel.
Customs, British Guiana.
o <>
Comings and Goings
MRS. BirtrX HO WELL, pro-
prieties* of the hiaviev.'
Gupst House jelurned iroin l
m seven week holiday in Montreal
P Mac- Snc u -:'*"' to **' batk '" th,:
warmtli of the West Ir.dies. She
returned from Canada via P.A.A.
to Trinidad and via B.W.I.A. to
Hail'.iU".
Up From Caracas
MR. and Mrs. R. W. Worman
of Caracas, Venezuela were
arrivals over the week-end by Bros., Paramount, Universal-In-
B.W I.A for about two weeks' tcrnational. Film Classics as well
holiday and are staying at the as Monogram and Allied Artists
Hotel Royal. productions this year.
Will <*knw ^r* **- ^'fln Der-Brugh, Director
PP1, ,"' ,7*. ..,, o' Economic Affairs in Dutch
EE lhat he Aquatic Club Cine- Guianai rived yostvnl b
11 be showing Warner B.W I.A. for three weeks, to spend
a holiday at the Hotel Royal.
Mr. J. S. M. Johnston, repre-
sentative of H. J. Heinz Co, Is
touring the Caribbean Area oi
routine business trip. He arrived
yesterday by B.W.I A.

Mrs. Dione Skinner, wife of the
Director of Highways and Trans-
port returned yesterday from
Trinidad by B.W.I A.

Dr. Charlie Manning sl
turned yesterday from Trinidad
by B W.I.A.
l*i
Children's Corner
Rupert and the Caravan
Mrs. Marjoric Clarke left on
Sunday for a holiday in Jamaica.
She will be staying with her
sister, Mrs. H. W. Springer, wife
of the Registrar of the West Indian
University College.
DKEP rounded white collar on button through dress
In dark grey jersey,
Chintz And African Prints Seen
In The New Collections
lly Joan I i skin.
PICTURE) i DM Pull liefore they left Seawell for
motion in Polo ..mi
everyone wan in a happy mood. Left to right arc: Mri. Michehn.
lie. Mr Herbert Dowding (Manager). Mrs.
Dowding. lotao Marsh, Elliot Williams, Colonel 11. T. Michelln
Sylvia
That Holiday Spirit
'T^HE holiday spin! li still pre-
W8IIOB to the West Indies
early in the New Year may he
vUltm judgVrig iT'om'the 'I'" Stanley of Alderley. He bit
,,\ at Club Morgan .. '"> Saturday night. As . nds to sail to Gibraltar, Malta
then possibly ihe West Indies.
,,. 1 he yacht, a 250-tonivei, is moored
, toufeniPtaa. Lord Stanley
.njo.ung an excellent sailor. During the
. and the dance floor *ar he was a Ueutcnant Corn-
was crowded with people doing ">ndcr in the Royal Navy. Two
popular Calypsoes. Peter ** o hi, former wife, Sylvia,
UC) : ,,! I ClOlll OOblO III
iopular and Iheie '-'I''"""' What is the DOOM ,,t
is alwayj a crowd around the ""' ?* >"cl"- "" Sylvia," soys
piano witn then ic.iucsts foi 1-0,a S'-'
I .a **
Mi Oscar llollne, ,i New York! Maroon And White
Times travel representative was^ THE Barbados Water Polo
iii he liked team, winch leaves for Trinidad
Among a few of the tomorrow will use as the'r
LONDON, December 9.
ALWAYS in the spring collections there are touches
of white on the clothes, at ivik. wrists, or waist, and the
1950 previews show an even greater use of white cotton
pique as trimming.
White too, is used on tailored sounded suspiciously like a
Ass slam M,th. !\ "T^. At ". IWM show "w ekintoh! We learned that when
toPtoSr; 1'a'' .h"aVy iS* W"h uW,t' >" "*" * disappeare.1.
SundJTbv BWli y; Le"" fTB ""-""S1; eyelet-hole em-, but when ironed, it reappeared!
^-unoay By B.W.I.A. to take Up| broid.-rv 00 Ihe lapels. There
appolntrnent with ffic Boys'I were elialk Another Dress
School in Grenada dark skirt... and vli
noticed atio s number ol white Another iin. ...: pink
folded Ml bat* and llnv round "'"'" glazed cliiiiU, with
"nes tiered skirt. The bright
But If the idea of brightening strapless top was scattered
your enure wardrobe with paper- "'rts sequins to give it I
stiff white cotton pique, broderic "P appearance,
anglaise, or taffeta, appeals to
you. let mo nine a.un remind
Want To Be
Elegant ?
10 it.isM Uni. v
The secret of elegance, accord-
ing to one of the world's most
sophisticated actresses, lies simply
in 10 common and basic rules ol
dress, hair-do and makeup.
It's easy If you only follow the
rules, says Gertrude Lawrence,
now starring in "The Glass Mena-
gerie*' at Warner Bros. Studio.
The actrass, close friend ,ot
such notables as Noel Coward ami
George Bernard Shaw, recently
' was chosen as one of the world's
1 most 10 elegant women by the
London Daily Express.
; "Elegance is probably just a
state of mind," says Miss
Lawrence, "but there are ways Ih
which you can help it along. I
I use these 10 basic rules because
they do something for me and
help me in my work and play.
I If they result in elegance, so much
the better."
| Here are Gertrude's 10 rules;
1. "Simplicity of clothes. .11
wear basically simple things: tail-I
orcd clothes in the daytime and|
i basic black dresses at night.
) 2. "Individuality. I try to lookl
1 different but with an eye to cur-|
I rent fashion.
[ 3. "I wear colours according to|
f my complexion,
t 4. "I prefer a few clothes well-I
, chosen to a wardrobe full of things |
| I'd never wear.
5. "I'm mad about good groom-1
ing well-kept hair, hands and)
skin, with very little makeup.
6. "I wear simple shoes.
7. "No frills, no buttons and|
bows.
8. "I wear useful and inter-|
changeable accessories.
9. "I buy hats for my head and|
not for a laugh.
10. "I don't spend fabulous I
amounts on clothes. I budget ac-|
cording to the means available."
At th taxi diuppears Rupert
fecli jomerhing rubbing against his
kg. "HulloT Why. its Dinkie
eh* cir." he unite., What jre you
doing her* ? I'm going 10 search lor
Ikppo the monkey. It's my idea
he II be in the lorest j monkeys low
climbing trees. Let's go that way."
Dinkie only Durti and kccoi clost
to hi
common AH 0,(e ,,-
leaves h.m -nl bourV *?'
some bo.ldet, aSTS,^
Rupert iurn. ,n a%rL\f
why ever did she d?iL>,1
murmurs -She's Z
Feeling raiher inquwtm
her.
;,"f.l|
SrtMFi.l.,: ,
Mr. Cuthbert Thorpe also left to
join the gttfl of this school.
Mir. C. G. Conym of Bay
Btrwl returned from Trinidad
last week by B.W.I.A. She spent
u holiday there with her son and
was u guest at the Queen's Park
Hotel.
4IIOSMYOHII
vv.ts Tniiuny K<1-
maa( in Trnudad, Also
Mr J. H Edwarda, Col. and Mrs.
KBf U-negan, Mr
(.mnidsc. Mr. and Mrs.
David Henatrson, Mr. and Mr*.
John K.iiniw.l. Mi and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Sls-
ne*t. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Thomas
from Vtmnuala .nuitaiiung a
large part> whkcjta included Mr.
and Mrs Amotig
O'Neal. M
Mi .and Mrs. Arnold

"coluurs", white caps and maroon
.swimming trunks. The caps Will
Harbados" written in
UU forehead and
on the caps will also
be of maroon
There will U- the List pnoUct
match this afternoon at the
Aquatic Club. The team is due
10 leave Se.iu.ll ;,l 5.IS p m
lii:il!HM/rt .
Valentine Dance
SATURDAY, I'ebruary 11
the
Annual
date i
VaUnUne Dam. it the Me
Hutd in aid of local charity and
\ enexuaU orl"'d by the Woman's Cuna-
and part>. <^"> Club
w i jt;
Former "Pipe" Instructor
rUMI *> M i nan were
V treat on
night when
McComBMehie played the it.i;
V' l. MeC
iwa ii
and a fi
nei ii(S Uittructoi with the
C'unerojr^lhghl..!
rare -ve* u- bear the pipes in
UarbadoT" and judging
applause' Mr. MrCommachie per-
Bonaed vry well indeed.
Tb re will in- the usual lea*
Brklfe, Games of Chance,
Flower Stalls, Valentine Post
Ught refreshment.-
donated by the Clubs members
are laetiMwd la the price of the
ftckal
Tables around the ball room
waged by ringing Mrs.
x- . Mi-Commachie is one '"-?. MCeii by nr
the craw on the S-S. "Interpre- A''^ Lcwu at 2185.
Overheard in a But
[A M .ilways making inistakcf,
*-' m .....Madame Bovary."
"Wuh duh means?"
Madam DuBarry of course.**
"Of course!"
*.- i
roud htidii vri
on* to
3
ervini
ud
ni.i
pit R
Ith
EXPECTANT MOTHER!
Make baby strong-so htoubt
an important future citizen
You nead more AAD vitamins now to help girt
your baby strong boat* tod a sturdy body-and to i
help build your own lUffllua and energy, So take
Scott's Emulsioo regularly. Sea bow mock bfttai
you feal all during txpectsAcr.
more than |u a tonltw
it't POWERfUL NOURISHMtNT
Scott'i Emulsioo is a scientific
tonic, rich in natural AAD|
Vitamios. a wtindernil help when .
you need iL Ifa econosoicaJ, good- j
tasting.
iS SCOTT'S EMULSION
High Energy food ton
AQ1ATICCLLB i i:\OiA (Membert 04
TO-NIGHT to Thursday Night at H.30
MATINEE: TO-MORROW at B pm.
PATHS PICTURES LTD. Presents -
THE MAN FROM MOROCCO"
Starring ANTON WALBROOK
with MARGARETTA SCOTT. REGINALD TATt,
PETER SINCLAIR
Mai Tum. p m
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Jack CARSON
-two iwxa* KNiaine'
li> T*chniclor **l
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Arthur KENNKliV
Will it- BEST
Pleased as we were to
you of a fact so often ignored" s?meth,n8 ml\y new at the!
be wnshrd shows- we cul(I not help disloy-
These accessories must be washed
after each wrtiring. If you have
aerther the lime nor Uh
ation tn clip them off, and sew
them on again after each wash-
ing, why not ittach them witli

llreiuiei S|>rts shi.v. i
interesting falm.
waist cotton dresses wen
ui.,ii> attractive). They ivare
either in light
with
ally comparing some of these
dresses to shelfpaper, or Ameri-
can cloth!
Rayon shantung for leen-aji
.mother smooth fabric,
very suitable for tailored lununei
Mhet.
of the dark summer
dreesea featured appllqued em-
broidery on the skirt, pocket, er
striped cotton b5>dioe- Some r lhe beading was
skirts, maklnu almoKl.to elab<>rate. and gave a
'icwhat bizarre appearance to
'Me clothes.
3. wne | eflSI*.
*- innssled-Bnythin^
There were a great m.-mv
(i.ieheted yokes and kmtleit in-
set waists, braid i
fringes, on cocktail dresj.es
Quilting is being tentatively
offered by most desim
bowed en unu
ton. A short straight
I and grey checks, was
quilted and worn over a tignt
skirt. *

Ul'An.e'iV' IU
,11. S^arfMUTt Ol brUttat OSfDpSU^T
31. Tbls la clOMly reiatM (4)
Bt, Jiut loos ho* Denu *au isi
*W. The metknlikg you win git from
t. '"J'"0*" * around on thU day
a. Mruui or a fewa pen t n
3 Tha avidpncf of four or mn tit
lu a iriu stisy m of 00 luipur-
t>noe. (7|
J- 2".lh. th* utmu*t sdm-u n
6- Notninf could be more pure
. i^^l- J"" 7- *"uweint,1P ,Ji
10. A culled msti break* ittD l
priuf. (Si
" K'.?1. BSS! ,'?,u """ "
i7. They're often toHo*d 0 iijuio
or abouid it h the otaer wai
arouodt 14) 18. out fouioi i
to. Bjued but with aowjen u
aelutton of MitrrdiTi cumii -,,..,
fi'SZ'i. ",.V;,v0?,v^rl.iT;;
:."b,tt ff'IK; ii MSI
iWi,
If. O.ln: li .T!
s
trong
teerhide
WO.VEN-STRIP
SANDALS
Our Last and Latest
Shipment of Mexican
HUARACHES
AT
5B8,
tin
Buy nou tar rumfnrt A Hard II wr
EVA2VS A \\mi I II ius
Dial 4606 and 4220
lirints. 'I | ,lg i|,tfir
name ImpUca, h
Mnci .iml Ht
raatmbsa claaery tha
Paisley patterns of Scotland. Tho
deep glowing colours, witii an
lIMINUHl
orann lots ,. a com.
plelely nee
SkirlWiiisl llro,,,..
Many ot thoso shlrt-waltt
drones have long
boon to tha taj, girl <
burns aai
gracefully lull again
call "h''" ,ton' ,w2 I' ;' """' '"
la i.....I ... I:...,..; .., .. ^ "'"" "'"'' "" '" "Wr beat
Xred ^'""T '"1the? tollow1
topa made to match the drataet J**"0" "' lockM ""' """ chan;-
One dresi even had a large "'
briinmed hat mu.lc to match it. Checks were .W, 1a _
as a urnlshmg fabric. One dress BefOie we left ih.
-TLSS. STLB1 SWTl'j;
Matching of rhecks
. ,W,!"k' "I different checks. The models
'- walked on, two at a time.
The shiny look ot the
closely resembled i
and as the m,.i,i
EVERYTHING FOR THE CROP
: in.liulmi; :
cam: bills
cttlassks
plant knives
SHOVELS
e.ALVANIZED BUCKETS
BRASS VVOVKN HIKE
STENCIL INK AND BBIMBBf.
sjawiMa ffwna
PACK NEEHI I s
?
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
GLOBE THEATRE
LAST SHOWING TO-DAY at 5 1 L
I'EPCY MARMOTH and LESLE BROOKS
"ILL WALK BESIDE YOU"
Starting Wednesday and Thursday at 5 and LH
JAMES MASON and JOYCE HOWARD ia
THEY MET IN THE DAU
. . with .
A GRAND VARIETY SHOW Wednesday at W
featuring:
(1) THE MILTON QUARTETTE
(2) THE MICHTY CHARMER
(3) MADAM LAZONGO
(4) MAC LESLIE JINGLE-JANGLE FOUR and tee
() THEY MET IN THE DARK"
GRAND ALL STAR NIGHT FRL
. sponsored by . .
n oh mi \s n\hi in
(B'DOS TOP NOTCH BAKERS)
Free Sample, ol Zephlrln's Delleioa. Cookie, given ami I
SOLD OUT
ALL TICKETS SOLD FOR FRIDAY MOHT.
TOOLS
FOR THE
_ TASK!
-V wonderful assortment just opened:
JEFFREY'S
BEER
ogmuMKum
JACK
BLOCK
KABUET
PLANS llt(i\s
SPORB SHAVES
KIP SAWS
BOW SAWS
BACK SAWS
t HIM I g
ii \\i> Miua
BKEAST DKILI.S
VISES
EAMLKI mitkibox
Them in Our Show Window.
Bee Hi, ni in Our Sh Wind....
PLANTATIONS LlMlTEfJ


T~"
,y, JAKCAftV 10. list
Cripps (.alls Argentina
[ Himself Subsidises
I Pessimist Transport
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
g, from past 1
each of
BUENOS AIRES. Jan. 9
three Argentine Govemmer.l author-
, of IM> and al the be- i*ed new credit 70.3SO.OOO pesos to
I of the fourth quarter, the r0Ver operating deficit ol transport
of Industrial production corporation ol Euenos Aires
about 8 polnu "hove the Thls 1( , k(*pjng wilh Gov.
ponding per.ods or llMe. olicy supporting the
indicated a rise in output corporation which is now
i of about 5 per cer per operated by Argentine- State.
landing liquidation of the
tune that everyone realis- -orpcration, and payment of
at a good job our workers (nrrtgI| shareholders in vart-
manaements are Mi thenus u,lM < deluding Anglo-
doing.'' Sir Stafford said. ArgnUn tramwayil which
dy should make the ridi- formed port of the corporation
suggestion that our people R,|i,Div understood New Urtaa
working".
transport fares, some of which
,hc long term Pr.^am,n, ^ ^ ^ ^^
-Wn,hatP..e ou pTwo'utd * -> >.1 cover !j
the pan of the estimated monthly
operating deficit of some 35.000,000
pesos. Renter.
by 25 per cent
-ears from IM". Mott of
tacreasc. 22 per cent out of
per cent, had been aehiev-
wo years.
Stafford said that the No-
index of production was
d to rise further, and the
level of industrials pro-
I for the flrst 11 months
j was estimated provision-
128 or 129 compared with
the first
fct
Resistance
Movement?"
BRITISH HONDURAS,
Jan, 9.
In what it described as "the
beginning of a resistance move-
months of mem to the dictatorial colonial
policy" fhe "People's Commit-
i% Above Pre-War *". lighting devaluation, has
output for the year should planned a second protest rally
hlng approaching 30 per here for tomorrow night,
pvc pre-war. A demonstration on Friday
hide production, the rise night nearly developed into a
^fcarlv 25 per cent. riot.
showed an output per The unrest arose from the
It rising above the last Colonial Government's decsion
yearan achievement last week to devalue the British
paralleled elsewhere in Honduras dollar to conform with
the recent depreciation of
ultural production, too. British pound sterling:.
CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE"
Cleanse the system from blocd
impurities ; many sufferers from
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
benefit from this well-known medicine.
fa LIQUID or TABLET FOIM
'Owing to a vary efficient book
be remaini
run by Smith Junior this term quite
g at schoal for the hols, sir."
a few of us will
ord said, had continued Government officials described eral Election was
nd. Pigs, cattle, and sheep the situation today as "almost of convmuti'
were all higher than a normal".
B. Increase In the hay
had meant thut the
was less dependent on
I feeding stuffs.
Increase in national in-
in 1MB was above 4 per
hlch was available for In- Lucknow reports an encourag- panic,,,.,,.
"""_ ins olam In Inrlla'a /lumlniimntil (if r -
Sign Of Progress
Government
Funds Dull
LONDON, Jan. 9
inere was some uneasiness in
the London Stock Exchange to-day,
The prospect of an .-arlv Gari-
nl Election was the main topic
or conversation among mark"!
men, and active interest u
stricted. Small MtUnf r,
domestic issues lound few I ,n -
era. and prices moved t lows*
levels.
New Zealand's
N<*w PrimeMinister
Government expend!- mg sujn in India s development of u^ J
d persona, expenditure, "nitatlon ^home^mfort, A w,d d Xn"Sl Z,
"personal expenditure factory
food, clothing, and house-
manufacture water datej stocks
to
metres will begin production
the near future.(C.P.)
was lower spending on
tobacco and enlertain-
tafford said that it was
v yei to judge whether
get' forecast of 449,000.-
enuc surplus during the
financial year would be
But nothing In the
for the flrst 9 months
that ii would not
Leading industrials followe-i
Je lead of g i 11 o d g e d,
Texules were on offer from
provinces, but irons und steels
were restricted wilh prices
Jt previous closing levels.
Oils were easier in svmpathv
with decline i In Burma's oil at
Indian Ocean
Shipping
DURBAN, South Africa.
company has been formed here to a, ^ ald B
carry cargoes to Indian Ocean
ports. The service will link Dur-
-Reuter
.afford said that it was ban with Madagascar, Mauritius.
early to say whether the
Government expenditure
estment announced last
would prove sufficient to
the necessary state of
Bon, so far there were no
the contrary.
afford stated that he was
list when he hnj prophc-
Reunion and
Islands(C.P.)
the Seychelles
An Impasse
Unfrocked Priest
Leads Anti-Church
Organisation
MELBOURNE. Australia.
Unless a newspaper is pub-
lished seven days a week it can't PARIS. Jan. 9
iliwin*St^r ins iSSmZ ** caUed <**"* undcr *e law of ThC Sfi!?rvBtfl'
Miouing Marling detalua- the state of Victoria .a magistrate P"Pr "Figaro" to-day alleged
decided recently. But his de- tnal an unfrocked priest in Wur-
of Moscow
... ...aatlon id[
ating against the Church, known
as the "originform".
J *- .n- ~Hc WM 60-V<-r-old Vasilv
I reuicts Air Giant Sowlov- a Ru*sia wh m*
Holy Orders under the Tsarist
BRISTOL, England. r8 kHSSff-fSTSS ItLtf cislon ,s l0 * challenged. The law w was direct
I sUghtlv on U>e ,n Vlc,or,a d0Mn,t Permil Sunda-V tro">. <*m*lmU
lyed to be slightly on the
ide. Rruter.
newspapers(C.P.)
).E. Deputies
eet In Paris
PARIS. Jan. 9
Mr S HOLLAND
MR SIDNEY HOLLAND, the
National Party leader, has be-
come Prima Ministc-r of New
Zealand. He was born in 189S
at Greendale, in the province
of Canterbury. Both I
ime from England. His
father, Henry Holland. C.B.E.
was a Yorkshlreman. After
serving us u subaltern with
the New Zetland Artillery in
the First World War. Sidney
Holland took up a business
career ;ind in time became
managing director of tht Mid-
land Engjiieenng Company.
In 1935 that he Urst
look up politics, when he be-
came an opposition member in
the first Labour session. For
A he was Parliamen-
rnry Secretary In lhe House
and then became Leader of
the Opposition. In 1940 he
Blicoaadtd Mr. Adam Hamil-
ton as Leader of the -
a) PartJ
No Human
Rights In
Colombia
From Paap i
what is happening in Colombia
at the present time/'
Dr. Carlos Ufras-Restrepo de-
dared that "what is happening
m Colombia cannot be con
just a change in Qovtrnmnt, or
another coup sjgeilar to those that
had occurred in other Latin
American MUDtl
It was the first time for 40
years thai the wildest uprising"
had occurred during a change in
the constitutional order of the
Colombia Government.
"Practically, all I
have disappeared In Colombia",
he aaid. The freedom of the
Press has completely disappeared,
and not only is Internal
suppressed, but anj
ports, detrimental to the ll
of the Conservative part]
also forbidden." Freedom ol
Assembly, too. has been entirely
banned, and the rihi
where you bsjan
lorbtdden
Rfitirr.
50,000 Miners
Strike In U.S.
....-, England.
A. E. Russell, chief designer of v after ,he revolution and be-
lhe Bristol Aeroplane Company. cam* a Colonel in the Ruaatan
French Foreign bmce 'recasts air liners twice as heav> s*crel POUca, "Figaro" said.
i today that the Depu- as **** 130-ton Brabazon. Such a The pstpar addad tin
the 12 Foreign Ministers plane, he said, would have a wing an,s were trained in four special-
Council of Europe will sPan ' 30 Fp*t and pasaenger i*t schocils. One was in Theodosia
Paris tomorrow to study accommodation for 850.(C.P.)
isibillty of building the
n Parliament's first home
ourg.
1 budget presented by
y General CamUle of
will be drawn up for the
The 12 member nations
Tinv Adventurer
MARKET
HARBOROUGH.
England.
--------- Two-year-old Elizabeth Deacoi
hare the cost of building unfastened the strap of her pram,
Dlv hH in proportion walked out of a shop and took i
population. three-mile bus ride. Her mother were trained for North Amenr
s talks will prob- now has fitted a stronger pram- the paper said.
January 11.Reuter
PITTSBURGH. Jan. 9.
About 50,000 soft coal miners
struck to-day in Ohi.
vania. West Virginia and Ala-
bama, closing pits, workru bv tin
United States Steel Corporation,
naif a dozen other Steel Firm*
and the Pittsburgh Consolidation
Coal Company. e\ sign posted a>
oata West varajaua nib
ttaat, no work*. Mtnen
contract in mines east of thr
Mississippi Rival expired last
mi the miners' leader,
John l. Lewis than Instructed
Miners Union at thoai
work only three days a week un-
Crlmea, for agents in France. LONDON. Jan. 9. til his demands for emit nuts wan
Switzerland. Belgium. Italy According to a New China news mat. Previously miners had al*
Spain and South America "W" ive Another ;.i Signould. Uthuanij '"ni*hl- Chinese guerillas tracU expired. Mine owners llleu
trained "missionaries ty Scandi- .iY* ntaanad more than two nmt- suits seeking millions ol i
oavla, Holland Qarrnanj Britain ,:,tlo'v" H Nationali,-t division ilamag against Lewis and hi
Red Guerrillas
Smash Chinese
liuttulions
of Hainan lsla..d. Union in Ohio ln*t weak, Nt'
and Austria, In Conslaza Hu- S. *' '. '\\*". " "* union in unio ihm wesas. mr
manu. special,^ ""Xi"?StZ" 36 "t'l^ Joh" '" LeW'S W" """
lor lhe MicldU- Fast und in onicer. an i IMS van killed. t.d there was "grave unreal"
lourth mZ l V wounded or taJien prisoners, and among American coal miner, lx-
placo. agenll .,.,, lv,slona| Command.!- se.i- r.use owners will MM patmll
Kd. yuanlilies o( wjii n. warkan to share in the in-
strap.(C.P.)
Uruler.
Specially designed for Barbados, this
brown broque is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
ptured .and the
remainder of the division put to
tlight.
Hiuihin Mand It the southern-
most |x>int of China, forming the
la of the Gull of Tonk-
ing.
The same source said that Chou
En Lai. Prime Minister of the Cen-
at People's Govn itinciii
aaj Government), tu-dav
ordered the staffs of all Na-
tionalist Government B| l
Hong Kuiik to safeguard state
property and await their taking
Renter.
Sell Air Fleel
LONDON.
Airway
Plymouth flying-boats.
aplhaad b>
Canadian Arionuuts. is for sale
(C.P.I
in the price of coal" Th*i
hs baan no Incranaa in the cost
of production," he'added.
Ceiiter.i
Tip To Hoiuewivefl
LONDON
The Order of the Boot is ttn
order for the day at sluIuuh
Dora f'ordine's home She asks
visitort to remove then : hoes and
onTecs then* a pile of Bltjapai
from which to choose. She claims
her keep-the-floor-clean policy
gives hec more time for her art
(c.rft
Heaw l-rool
sm-.l'PKV. Kent. England
Tkuevw siripuvd t:r~o a
lead from the roof of the historic
Shurland Hall here -IC.P.)
Check r.oinuuinist
Expunsion
g) frem i-sse 1
it was Tsarncd that c
;
Pearson said that
is based oni
lasgan ts--
suiting frorr
imperialism". The Untied Na-
tions had not solved the projlemj
of Ruaatan ncpmikoUbm, and!
the North Atlantic Pact was thel
outcome of this realisation. Fly '
rtrattng thai its signatories
were prepared to meet aggres- '
sion. nw P;hi would serve the |
cause of security throughout the
world. Mi hi Pandit
Nehru laid thai Russia, while
promising I ough her
own cx, >>t asssbsa
li. COtnUna these with freedom.
Only New EMland'a POreiun
Mi K W Doidge, show-
uppori the
coskcapl ol i Pnetilc ravt i'-1
suggested thai the ncurit) prob-
was useless to lacura the Atlaiw
Mi. 1' C. Spendei.
Australian '' Minister, saiu
hou Id n.it
be pursued, unless the Major
Powers m 'o entei
into fuller commitments than
Bd nulin.'d
ider
A Hint
ing to one
ourcas V... :j;eniii'i threna out
hint that interested psjama might
allow a proptirtion of then- Tia-
to help southeas:
Asia In facing her piim.h ,...-
itOsnk plight It is understood
that a live iiolnt agi
ttonal sit-
U.ltlOTI.
Ohlna.

(4) So::'
i Indo-
sotal refer-

An olli' Loug Mini-
by Mr. Don
I'm ,i- Mim U
the Confeir- ce. H< I

not political; And it is

the world t- t the problean <>f
md want iM ,i
be clearly seen and boldly tackled.
'Communism would
.ippe.ii to trio magoi

'
of life."
R ruler.
Buenos a/res?
vv ashing ton ?
i stambul?

A
DEL Al DEC
Whalavar the Destination la
YOUR FLIGHT STARTS
with
mtnm
WEST INDIA* AIRWAYS
You earn book your Air '..,,. to .nywh.r.
In tha world at No Etr* Coat at th* booking
orftoa off .
BRITISH
WESTINOIAN AIRWAYS\
LIMITSD.
K. .;!. i I'll in Trinidad)
lAiivcr lltoad Slrwl. Bridgetown. Barbados.
I'HONKS: 4585 & 2789.
OtLEGATION TO DISCUSS
CHINA PROBLEM
'WHO, Jan. 9.
Sources close to thi
ban Delegation said tonight lha;
while no delegation w.

lecuring South-Easi Asia aga-Bat
Communism, it was hi

Aorkable plan for early coni-
btnad action
U i mi misters are
iiscuss the pioblciu ol
China.
Re ul#f.
1-lh tii:.v PFARL BARLEY
IATMEAL
Laige CHEAM OF WHEAT
Small CHEAM OF WHEAT
Large QUAKER OATS vith
China ware
I Large ROBtN HOOD OATS
1 lasai Tumbler
TONO
MasWIsM CREAM
'IT
Pears. Pineapple, Bl
I
INCE & Co., Ltd.
OIAL 223 BOtsUCK ST.
*'t4g4f) THE
^^ TEST
IS THE
TASTE
Throughbut 1950 ENJOY the
EXCELLENT QUALITY
OF
J & R
BREAD
fUtogr.i.cd over a (tAiury uo by Her
Gr.o Msiesty. Queen Vtcto. it, at the
leading maken of Quillt, Bikoii.. Carr'i
ojl Carhilft to-day mil carry forward
iht tame proud tradmon.
From every corner of the world comet
an in..uent demand f-r the Bucu.t,
which are known and remembered (or
ihcir hi|h quality.
TH fl/Gl/SH 8/SCU/r MAKFPS
I Qeessts -im Pnif storee.

Sole Agenls in Barbados: THE OOWDING ESTITrS 4 I RIDING
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I'M.I FOIR
|'.m:.(\DOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, ^AMUm |
BARBADOS & mWifl
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ruUWMd l nt Una)! Co Ltd.. . Brel SI. Br*atto
Tuesday. January 10, 1950
Safety \i Sea
THE uncertainty of the fate of the
Auxiliary Schooner Gloria May sixteen
days overdue on a voyage from Demerara
to Barbados serves to focus attention on
the lack of proper facilities for the safety
of seagoing vessels in the Caribbean.
The Gloria May left Demerara on
December 24 with a crew of twelve beside
the skipper Capt. George Graham and two
passengers. If no news of their whereabouts
comes to hand it will mean that fifteen
lives will have been lost without trace.
If a' some point in the journey there had
been a wireless transmitting set on board
the vessel, it would have been ascertained
at what stage the vessel began to encounter
difficulties.
The first essential in this measure of
safely is the enforcing by means of the
law els and especially those
carrying passengers should be equipped
with wireless transmitting and receiving
sets. It might be possible to relieve a vessel
in danger or to rescue any or all of its pas-
sengers and crew who had taken to boats.
In this way even if a vessel is lost it would
be possible to save human life. Govern-
ments nf the West Indies should not allow
to ply for hire in this area with-
out making the necessary provision for the
H carried. The CU
of life boats demanded by the law is an
indication'that it was intended that some
succour should be given to those aboard
if misfortune befalls any vessel. Tins
then should be carried to its logical con-
clusion.
The other provision is another I
' ensuring that masters of these
li hold certificates such as are de-
manded by the Board of Trade or awarded
by the School of Navigation in Jamaica.
During the last war, the loss of time and
sometimes cargo caused by the arrival at
; it when intending to go to another
I rough! clearly to public notice. The
inter. || were doing a fine job
in carrying cargoes from one port to
r when the large vessels could not
afford, to run the gauntlet with the German
submarines lurking in these waters. But
it was good fortune that more of them
"in not lost.
In past years vessels have been lost
without trace and it was presumed that
torn)* had overtaken them and that crews
had no opportunity to get out the boats.
No one was ever m position to say what
re of suffering the members ul the
i (he passengers endured before
death ..r whether there had been any
tunttj to rwctM lb i in in
pan bo***. The last such tragedy
I the Island Queen lust on a
J01"'" hours between On
anil St Vincent.
i th* iDtarcotaial schooners
run th* siil.in.iune blockade
during th* 1....1 war, it was pointed out
by ilns newspaper that if the masters all
held cartlSoatk* much of th* Urn* would
-mm and iobm ..1 th* ...
too. Nothing was ever done and now this
v has come to emphasise the need
for some measure of precaution.
The Dutch Government has just made
pulaory for masters of vessels in the
Dutch West Indies n, have eertificates and
i" this end providad th* facilities f..r Kady
li should not be difficult for the British
Government through Colonial Develop-
I lo Improvi th* Mhool in
'his rnifio**.
Ipplng facilities at
s that the West I
ill have to depend on these smaller craft
Urn* and lh*r* thauM be
EOT those who aie compelled to
travel by them.
SMALL EXPECTATIONS
LONDON, (B)
For Britons 1950 will be a year
unties and small expec-
tations.
The stuck market!- -
people face the new
ifltr a momentous twelve
month* spotlighted by devalua-
tion and Kith British O
securities barely holding their
ground due to all the uncertain-
ties.
With l national dcttion loom-
ing up and the possibility "f an-
other unpleasant budget little else
could be expected.
The arguments for or again?t

(.eating. Fears have been
expressed that uniesa
impetus Is given to Uh
dollar export drive it will waJJOW
hopelessly In the "crawling" stage
and the opportunity offered by
devaluation will have been
missed
For Mr. and Mrs. John Bull and
family the rising cost of livin/,
high ':i1t,'i ;,n,i iu:,-,'"i,y pu* a
formidable damper on prospect.-,
but there are a few bright spots.
i- a possibility of mora
I need meat, milk, bacon,
eggs and cheese but less food from
dollar countries will be imported.
Mrs. Bull can expect I
niturc and larger quantities and
of furnishing
. will have a slightly
better cruime of g*ttll
. m.I. but chances of
getting a house in 1950 will remain
very slim. Private building will
be resumed on February llUl ,,:
a ratio of only oik- private license
to every nine local authority
licenses.
Rents are expected I
Eh little UkchhoI
of decreases.
There will be fewer clothes and
i. es for most articles of
r'othing.
With some restrictioi

be Imported, but the shortage of
; remain. Tobacco sup-
not improve the temper
of mota
With two itatiou operating,
I9M is expected to be a boom
television.
A survey of prospects for the
t tW ft
II. I r.il llfierflirtigr-r
Feod Recent ration increases
built up a hope that the lean years
are passing, but it is not at all
certain thai the present levels can
Ik.' maintained in every case.
Traders term it a "false state of
plenty" and cannot conceive that
the present increases in rations
and import of many kinds can
last *
nothing; The trade haa warned
the public to expect either higher
prices In utility goods or smaller
of them. Cotton goods
will continue in short supply until
production is boosted and deval-
uation and rising costs can be
counted on to keep up prices.
The Board of Trade spokesman
said there should be no difficulty
as far as woollen goods were
concerned, but traders Insist If
wool prices stay up then prices
of finished products will have to
,.< ralissL
Housing: Recent Government
economy cuts in building plans
will not become a reality until the
end of 1950, The cut in November
1949 in the rate of building
(220,000 houses a year) will have
nsfoni until the autumn
of 1950, as it takes about 12
months to build a house.
During early 1950, Ministry of
Hi.ilth housing experts will try
to get an accurate figure of the
houses really needed.
Although restricted private
building resumes on February 1,
private house prices will be gov-
erned by the local authorities.
They have power to approve pri-
vates^ built houses costing up to
$8,400, but these cases will be
rare
Prices of second-hand houses
will probably climb in the early
Spring as accommodations for
lies become more acute.
Kmis Local authorities con-
trol the rents question and no re-
ductions are envisaged. Several
,i! authorities have upped the
i ouncil houses recently.
Agriculture: There are pros-
I bigger wheat acreage
rod tocmaaW) livestock in 1950.
-.oar agricultural plan
M production will con-
U ana in addition,
nation-wide drive to use mar-
i to produce more meat
mid ir.iIK is expected.
Furniture: Better quality fur-
niture will reach British shops in
1950 but prices will remain high.
Recent high demand Is expected
to slacker, because of prices. The
trade states that production is
about equal to demand at prese.it
prices.
Furnishing fabrics: Devaluation
Is expected to push up prices but
there will be larger supplies and
greater variety because of in-
creased home production and im-
< tuna aad patter?: The trade
forecasts a food supply of plain
white china and pottefy but little
decorated pottery will be avail-
able. Only small quantities mark.
ed "export reject" will reach
British shops.
Tobacco: There is little hope
for an Improvement in supplies.
A reduction in purchases of
American tobacco would not affect
supplies before the end of the
year.
Wines: Some good wines at
cheaper prices are already enter-
ing the country as is evidenced by
the excellent Christmas selection.
Sherry and port importers ex-
pect more variety, and bigger
quantities if the budget is fav-
ourable. ... ,
Vacation: Devaluation will In.
crease the price of vacations in
Europe by as much as 10 to 15
per cent. For Britons, vacations
at home will cos* about the same
as in 1949.
Motoring: Manufacturers plan
to produce some 440.000 automo-
biles In 1950. Under existing
arrangements with the Ministry
of Supply manufacturers will
have to export 330.000 but they
are doubtful if this target actually
can be reached.
Any seasonal decline In sales
to some countries would mean
diversions to the home market
Some 4,000 extra tars reached the
home market In this way during
1949.
Televhlsa: The trade plans on
producing 300.000 television sets
in 1950. nearly twice the 1949
ngure Efforts will be made to
reduce costs (the cheapest set on
the British market is about $110*
but hopes of price reductions are
offset by price Increases in raw
materials No important changes
in design are expected.I.N.S.
HliiiiM s The Car
By JOHN McCAFFERTY
PHn.ADFI.PHIA, (By Mail)
the Univerity of Vn
will take no lu.iui.r.
nation's highways Until
biles are designed for
lie Infori k
tomolnle Club of Philadelphia
that bt elie\:
day automobile
unapproprU' sod bfjti

Dr. Wooiward changed that
alleged emphasis on "i
dads" In the m
ing BUay BMtoriate ti> their
graves annually.
Stress ii| mi so I
;. gad-
. id blown-op
contended, is iietnmeiit.il to tha
i
Di Wood* 1 ! tho
t edt-

automobile "entirely u
And hi autu-
I I
'new i Dg rale Ml I
itlon."
Dr. Wood Id I

erippUi
1,1 V
In the
-
"Ao. ut'ii in tha
rate of Injun
[ions in the designs of the
Dr. Wood\
tomobll
I
On ''' COI I" limit top ID) l
55 miles |kt hour without Inti -
fering in an]
tiun at 1
2. ii.'i
such as arc standard aqutpntnl
in Bin
3. in-'
such as sponge nibber padding on
daahboarda knoTtha book of front
4. cl;
h-iuiU
etc.
5. Bounties] of OtOO" shock
absorbers on (rout bumpers lo

6. installati. :
gUlCS to BfSS|
better and wider vision such .is
is now done in many trucks and
bu Ml
7. elimination of shiny, reflect -
M from the driver's
visual BOM by doing away with
.ill chromium trim.
8. shelving of sleek convertible
models entirely "because of the
J.tnger lo passengers In event of
an upset or a "turnover."
(tattoo of "polarized
wridshields" to minimize daytime
driving glare and reduce "night
blinding."
Dr. Woodward said that that
ii.-st of his 'safety suggestions'
can be employed immediately
while others will require new
laws or additional research."
INS.
"Can you walk a little,
dearmummy s hands ass)
Jro;en."
LoaSoa ttfiti St'whm
ToiftWfc I'houUlit
THE KEY lo every man is
his fhouqht. Sfutdy and
defying !hou#h he looJis. ho
has a helm which he obeys.
which is the idea after which
all his faclj aie classified.
EMERSON
THERE is nolhing fhat
makes men rich and strong
buf fhaf which they carry
inside of fhem. Wealth is
of the heart, not of the
hand.
John Milton.
Dear Pedestrians!
Dear Motorists!
FRANKFURT (By Mail).
The police of Franklurt appar-
ently arc striving to out-do any
officer in the world when it comes
to courtesy.
This move is highly favoured
by the German people, who for
many years, lived under the iron
rules of the black-booted "Third
Reich" policemen
Tickets and stickers are well-
known measures to curtail traffic
violators. However, the tickets
Issued by the Frankfurt Police are
of a different nature and, some-
what more pleasant for the of-
fender.
So-called "warning tickets,"
bear the following text:
"Dear pedestrians motorists!
By your conduct, you have vio-
lated the traffic rules and thus
endangered the life of your fel-
low-cituens as well as your own.
The Frankfurt Police politely ask
you to observe all existing traffic
rules in the future, thus helping
to decrease the accident rate in
our city.
In case of repeated violation
we are reluctantly compelled to
erve notice against you."
In addition to this, new cour-
tesy signs have been installed at
all major roads leading to and
from Frankfurt. The :Vgns. bear-
ing two Inscriptions. One for in-
coming automobiles, reads: The
Frankfurt Police ask you to ob-
v, rve ill trafflc regulations.'' The
second, for departing trafflc says'
"The Frankfurt Police appreci-
ate your observance of all traffic
regulations. I.N 8.
By Thomaw I". Wal*on
LONDON (By Mail).
The four deputy ministers of the I
States, Britain, France and Russia resumed
their apoarently interminable negotiations
to produce a draft Peace Treaty for Ausl a
in London yesterday.
This was their 287th meeting. The tali:;;
began in January'. 19*' and while much has1
been accomplished there are still one or two
vital outstanding matters yet to be clearcV
up.
Throughout the talks Russia has main-
tained an uncompromising position to these
vital matters. If any compromise has been
effected it was on the initiative of the West-
ern Powers.
The issue which must be settled at this
meeting is the amount the Austrian Govern-
ment will have to pay the Russians for sup-
plies and services rendered to Austria by
Russia since 1945.
The talks in Lake Success flopped on this
point. Austria, in addition to the 160,000.000
dollars reparations to Russia, offered a fur-
ther four million dollars for services. Russia
refused it point blank and the deputies de-
cided that the matter might be settled bilat-
erally.
So the talks resumed on a bilateral scale
in Vienna. Over three weeks ago the Aus-
trian Government amended their offer and
despatched a note to Moscow outlining their
new terms'. So far, despite urgings on the
part nf the other deputies, no reply has
been received.
Russia has stated in unequivocal languai that they cannot continue their talks on other
financial aspects of the peace with Ausb
until this point is finally settled.
Therefore, pending, the result of the bilat-
eral talks the deputies can get down to other
problems that have yet to be solved. First,
there is the question of the employment ol
foreign technicians to aid Austria's economic
and industrial recovery.
Up to now Russia has been adamant in
refusing to allow foreign technicians to be
employed by Austria in the building up of
her civil aviation. The Russian see In this a
revival of the Austrian Air Force and the
talks on this particular subject are likely to
be long and acrimonious.
Another point is the settlement of th>
refugees in Austria. Austria is willing to
nationplize and absorb about 50,000 of these
people. Russia on the other hand wants
these refugees carefully screened before they
are absorbed into Austria's population.
As many of these refugees are from coun-
tries now under Russian domination. Russia
is demanding that they be returned to the
country of their origin whether the refugees
like or not. Britain, USA and France com
promised on this issue by saying that only
those who freely volunteered to return should
be repatriated.
Russia refused to accept. The Western
Powers, fearing that serious consequences
might befall these people if they are forcibly
returned to their country of origin, have re-
fused so far to yield and it is more than likely
that they will maintain that attitude.
So, unless there is a change of heart on the
part of the Soviet authorities, the deadlock
appears to be as insoluble as ever.I.N.S.
For irjjj
totdUtejL
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SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE CUBES 4 SLICES ..
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Pan-African Roads
NAIROBI, Kcnja Colony.
A network of aU-wtalhtr rOMf
to cover the African continent
within the Met ! yean was
recommended b> the International
Congress o( Africsn Touring,
which met hero. Some of tho
countries represented said they
plsn to start building some of the
roads suggested.I C.P.I
"Back Home" Visit
COHNER UROOK, Canada.
L, will be an "old hume visit"
for Newfoundlanders on the
Canadian mainland if a planned
steamship lour takes shape New-
foundlanders in Montreal plan to
charter a boat next summer, load
it frith fellow islanders and make
leisurely tour of the principal
ports of Newfoundland av.\
TABLE TOPS
ENAMEL 42" x 30"
BLACK GLASS, round, Vilrolit*
18", 22", & 24" diameter
ALUMINUM SHEETING, cut to sin
LINOLEUM, cut to size
WILKINSON & HA V \ IS CO.. LTl> -------*jj
C S. PITCHER & CO.. L
Phones: 4472 & 111X7
""' Fine Chocola
CADBURY'S CHOCOLATE BISCUITSper tin ilHtl
CADBURY'S CHOCOLATESper box ........U.Bjl
TERRY'S CHOCOLATES per box.....87, ,9J, 1*1
TERRY'S CHOCOLATE BARSeach ..........
KEILLER DUNDEE CAKEwell
CARR'S CUMBERLAND FRUIT CAKEeach.,
FIGSper pkt...............................
CANDIED PEEL1-tb pkt....................
CARR'S CHEESE CRISPSper tin ...........
odex soappei eak* ......................
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STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO.. Ul
Legislation Helps The Boars the best that money can
OBERUNCEN, Germany, (By Mall).
Hi in-hunting by wild boars instead of boar-
hunting by man is a new post-war "turnabout" in
German forests.
The 100 pereent disarmament since the close of
World War II, which also was extended to hunters,
has reversed relations between civilized man and
the wild beasts.
Recently a group uf foresters in the neighbour-
hood of Goppingen in the South West of Germanv
became the object of a mass attack by 20 wild
boars in open daylight.
The woodmen h.d just settled down for n short
rest and snack, when the black beasts, led by a
l-oar, suddenly rushed forward from n
thicket where they apparently had hidden and
prepared their assault.
The woodmen, many of them obviously war-
trained, quickly took refuge in improvised trenches
and between piles of fallen trees. No one was
hurt, but they had to hold out in their i-
long time before the "e!lmy, retreated.
In another case, a single boar boldly strolled
through the streets of the town of Stuttgart, it left
the impression that i; had an uncanny knowledge
of man's unarmednc&s.
Only when many citizens had been alarmed and
began an organised clatter of teapots, bells aiul
other "instruments" did the visitor slowly retreat
I forest.
In the Lake of Constance District wild boars
pay so many visits to the borders of the lake that
no private persons or tourists venture to leave the
precincts of town and village very far.
The recently-announced "rearmament" of Ger-
man hunters is expected to reverse the situation
in favour of civilization.
Mill HEADERS SAY:
Miouhl IN civilians Walk on the Left or Ktghtf Side of I In- Itoad?
u kJitar. The Adiocule,
I
Association is being formed "l
uld be soluble to have
' /"I" for ptdWrun,
l J'V. ..I it, bKoininit
the ibmss which should
ll the side ot the
ud on which ihc>- should walk
iruction, stated
ihe road In bj
"poikm this Is a mistake as the
rwponslblbij. U placed only en
uular trafflc.
luoer on a previous oc-
casion a code tor pedestrians was
|P during; Colonel DIcV-
this 11 wa,
"flPMad that pedestrians shoul I
-alk on the right so as to lac-
.. trafflc thus placing re
aponHblllty on both parlies.
Ink there should be
j general airing ol the subjei:
so that the general public ghouW
hat Is expect,.^
White Park RMdBEN'G,BSON
Jan 7, 1W0.
I Spring Clvan V<-./i
Mtor. ti i Ad
SIH. N
parish of St Jssssas srasM at very
smoothl) Thrre was a asarked
nbsence of mud-sUngl
at the la tjon. Ml
out-going
1
speech told tho Uotpa
the parish had succeeded' in main-
taining *m efficient sUtl
mum wess* and that tha poor
had been well attended to, 1 am
glad to know th*.t the poor re-
ceived a satisfat-
poor and
dcMitule should be always taken
hwarden sam
hear from Mr Waleosi wtn u
a Comsniasloner at* TtTaraa assi atw
who is really doaptjr irinasliJ to
the affair
for reorganising the san
rartmer.t I
that a few things in that depart-
ment are very unsavoury. Tho
. .
la charge and responsi-
ve parish

i
hast also to pi
I a sub-sanitary inspector
and go about daily n^pecting
i.nd along
other sub-sanitary in-
raporl daOj to
we Chan ,,, he hag
done. Instead of dcv.i

k up on their
its at hi* oJBl i
sssamary inspector, rubbing
"* *ae evkiMK.
li Walcolt
also nude reference. Whatever
might have been the object of
carrying on this system in the past.
it is not good enough for today
nor does it stand good for the
Mum.
ft ..'. thai heiid of one
a fully
uaHlicd. ef)u .
. 'isser and the people of
St. James require and earnestly
desire the same modem method
of running the sanitation of tha
parish as fc obtainable in each
of the other ten parishes. Every
chairman feels proud when he has
a competent man at the head of
effairs and the people rest quietly
in UMta beds when they know
that their sanitation is entrusted
into capable 1.
11 arc only three
Jsssssielors in this parish which
island in
in housesthe
one third the number
of houses and people. The parish
n increased staff of
inspectors ard one or more dis-
aa uith the Chief In
ipector in charge of the people'*
health and nut the Chairman.
In the neighbouring pgfam of
St. Peter with lesser houses and
smaller population there are foui
sub-inspectors and the Chief In-
spector and now I notice from
your columns that the commis-
.'..'. .
for two u<
should not lag behind the times
It will be the duty of the new
Vestry to put its house in order
taiy and not wait to bo
forced by the Public Health Bill
to do what is already a duty to
the taxpayers but what-is clearly
necessary and long overdue. They
have Just bioken faith by appoint-
ing an outsider to the post of sub-
mspector in preference
to a bright and Intelligent man
already | with Un-
necessary qualiiications. It Is yet
time to n tings right
and there should
S. B
Orange Hill.
St James.
Tho Pottery l,u/u*tf\
To The Editor. The Ad:
SIH. Your report in to-day's
Issue ob my speech for the res-
"THE MASTER M
FOR MEN
STOP LN TO-DAY AND
THE SHOE OF THE FI
ENGLISH CRAFTMANSHIP
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
*'WVW^v,
olution Ui provide funds for the
CalS making plant at Lancaster
-rate and I a
indulgence to make the necessary
corrections.
Paragraph three si
"tiovcni!:..
the indus:
>'
that the Government .
.it the Indusli .
made profitable, but that the
ndcrtake cer-
tain industries that private con-
cerns would not undertake ow'ng
to the returns qb their money.
Paragraph four contains i,
greater mistake m stating thM
the pottery industry was one of
the greatest private srojecu that
U had seen for some-
time.
It should have been the Ten-
nessee Valley A
' "? k projec..
i seer, for somc-
trialists ..ndertaken
this an
, F I. WALCOTT.
January 5, 150.
These
On Vow Shopping^
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ORDER TODAY FROM
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TUESDAY. JANUARY II). 1950
LOCAL NEWS
BARBADOS IDVOI
2 Ladies Successful |B.H. Governor
In Vestry Elections Very Popular
Mottley Heads Poll Again In SL Michael
PAGE I I \I:
TWO ladies were successful candidates in Vestrv Elec-
tions held yesterday. They were Mrs. H. A. Talma in
Christ Church, and Mrs. F. E. Daysh in St. Philjp. In St.
Michael Mr. E. D. Mottley again headed the polls, this time
with 730 votes out of a total of 1,000. Mr. T. W. Miller was
second with 566 votes.
Mrs. F. E. Daysh, sinter of Mi.
Mr. J. W. Hewitt was unsuccess-
ful. He secured 421 votes, and
so the old Vestry was returned.
Successful newcomers in Christ
Church apart from Mrs. Talma
were Mr. A. M. Jones, and Mr.
M. E. R. Bourne. Mr. A. N. Chad-
derton who served on the Vestry
on previous occasions, but who
did not serve last year, was also
successful yesterday.
Another lady, Mrs. R. C. Skin-
ner who came forward for St.
Lucy did win the favour of the
electorate.
Electors Thanked
At the end of the count in St.
Michael Mr. H. A. Tudor, retiring
Churchwarden, thanked the elect-
ors for having re-elected him and
the Sheriff. Mr. F. J. Cole and the
Sub-sheriff. Mr. R. M. Cave for
the orderly way in which the pro-
ceedings had been carried out.
He congratulated Mr. Mottley and
Mr. Miller and extended his sym-
pathy to Mr. Hewitt.
Mr. Cole paid tribute to the
orderly way in which the electors
had gone about their business.
Mr. Mottley also thanked the
electors for their support. He said
he was gratified at the result es-
pecially in view of the fact that
he had oeen ill, and had not been
able to contact all of his support-
ers. He promised to do his best
in their interest.
Mr. Mh'er. Mr. Weatherhead,
Mr. Symnunds and Mr. Chase
also returned thanks, and Mr.
Hewitt aftei saying thanks for the
support he had got, promised to
come again.
Total Return
The total return for St. Michael
H. L. Smith, another member
of the Vesiry. There were no
other candidates and the old
Vestry along with Mrs. Daysli
was declared elected.
The Vestry lor this year ll
therefore composed of the follow,
ing members: Mr. A. G. F. Farmer.
Mr. D. D. Garner M.C.P.; Mr.
E. L. Lyte; Mr. T. D. Mayers;
Mr. E. L. Moore; Mr. A. T.
Skeete; Mr. R. B. Skeete; Mr.
H. L. Smith; Mr. R. St.C.
Weekes; Mrs. F. E. Daysh.
Three newcomers found favour
with the St. Lucy Electorate.
They were. Mr. F. A. Greaves;
Mr. G. Harris and Mr Kenneth
C. O'Neale. Three of last year's
vestrymen were dropped Mr.
C. O. Knight. Mr. W. Connell
and Mr D. E. Webster.
Mr. J. b. T. Biancker M.C.P.
an old Vestryman topped the
polls with 1S5 votes; Mr I, L
Ward M.C.P. was next with
125; Votes secured by other suc-
cessful candidates were as fol-
lows: Mr. E. L. Bannister, 118;
Mr. F. A. Greaves, 117; Mr
W. L. Greaves. 108; Mr. G. G
Harris. 102; Mr. K. C. O'Neale,
100; Mr. W. H. Vearwood. 90;
Mr. I. C. Sobers, 81; Mr. G.
Fltz G. O'Neale. 73.
New Candidates
Two candidates who did not sit
on the Vestry last year were for-
tunate in St. Thomas. One of
them Mr. V. E. Reeves, tied with
Mr. Julian Mahon. veteran Ves-
tryman, for the highest number
of votes. The other was Mr. C. M.
Collins. Two members of last
vein's Vestry who were dropped
were Mr. R. S. Bancroft and Mr.
was as follows : Mr. E. D. Mottley, I C. E. Tryhane.
M.C.P.. 730; Mr. T. W. Miller. 5W;, List of successful candidates
Mr. H .A. Tudor, 540; Mr. F. C.. follow: Mr. J. Mahon and Mr.
Goddard, M.C.P.. 523; Mr. V. W.Iv. E. Reeves, 150 votes each; Mr
A. Chase, 520; Mr. F. McD Sym- k. Sandiford. 130; Mr. C. M. Col-
monds. 517; Mr. A. S. Bryden. 511
Mr. C. C. Browne, 509; Mr. B. A.
Weatherhead.505; Hon. V. C. Gale,
M.L.C.. 501; Mr. C. A. Braitnwaite,
488; Mr. A. R. Toppin. 494; Mr.
D. G. Leacock (Jr.), 476; Mr. T.
Bownng, 474; Mr. E. F. C. Bethell,
M.C.P.. 465; Mr. J. K. C. Gran-
num, 425.
Mr. J. W. Hewitt, the unsuc-
cessful candidate got 421 votes.
Successful candidates in Christ
Church were: Mr. G. C. Ward,
327 votes; Mr. F. C. Goddard, 319;
Mr. C. S. McKenzie. 319; Mr. H.
St. G. Ward. 311; Hon'ble A. G.
Gittens, M.L.C.. 297; Mr. C. M.
Drayton, 283; Mr. J. E. Webster,
280; Mr. V. W. A. Chase. 278; Mr.
C. D. Branford. 268; Mr. G. C.
Ashby. 264; Mrs. H A. Talma, 263;
Mr. IT. J. Parrav.cino, 253, Mr
Hugh Games. 251; Mr. A. M.
Jones 241; Mr. C. Hill. 229; Mr.
M. E. R. Bourne, 222.
St. Philip's Returns
St. Philip's parish, who had no
Nomination Day last Monday
because a Sheriff or sub-Sheriff
was not available had Nomin-
ation Day yesterday. Mr. Scott,
Assessor of the parish, acted as
Sheriff and Mr. Moore, Poor
Law Inspector as Sub-sheriff.
The old Vestry was proposed
with the exception of Mr. H. Man.
ning who retired. He proposed
Hns. 124; Mr. A. E. Cave, 123; Mr
L. D. Gill. 123; Mr. J. C. Thornc.
122; Mr. S. A. Walcott, 131; Mr
W. T. Gooding 116; Mr. D. A.
Watson, 106.
Nine members oi iast year's
Vestry were returned in St. James.
The tenth, a newcomer, was Mr
E. Holder, who was nominated
alter his father, an old vestryman,
had resigned.
This year's Vestry will there-
fore be: Mr. S. A. Walcott whe
topped the poll with 167 votes,*
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson M.C.P.. :tf3;
Mr. A. L. Jordan. 156; Mr. C. G.
Massiah. 144; Mr. S. Massiah 139.
Mr. A. G. Johnson. 139; Mr. W. W.
Denny, 122; Mr. E. HoldT. 122;
Mr. R. S. Bancroft 113; Mr. D. E.
Webster, 111.
Unsuccessful candidates were
Mr. J. M. Crick, Mr. C. E. Jem-
mott, and Mr. C. B. Searle.
In St. Joseph the old Vestry
was returned. Names of the mem-
bers are: Mr. W. K. Coward, 84
vote*; Mr. A. P. Cox 84; Mr.
H. W. Carter. 77; Mr. L. L. Gill,
74; Mr. W. T. Gooding, 72; Mr.
J. A. Haynes, 70; Mr. L. E. Smith
M.C.P., 70; Mr. G. R. Hutson, 68;
Mr. C. A. Williams, 60; Mr. J.
Branch, 55.
Unsuccessful were Mr. C.
Holder. Mr. R. Lee and Mr. McD.
Chandler.
In Carlisle Hay
IN PORT-Y*l Pouck. Bch. L*udal-
*>*. Srh. ManuaU. Sch Philip H
Davidson, Yachl Maya. Yawl Storlabackar
Sen. Suitthina fL, Sch. Mary M. L**la,
Btb. Aknundrina R-. Srh. r^ncn W
Smith, Urn. Turtle Dove. &ch. Marlon
BaU, Woli*. Sth. Emanua C Gordon.
Srh. fUtutaldN. Wallace. Srh. Mandal^
II. Sfch. Man* Hennetla. S**dla*
Barquenilue Sunbeam, M.V. Lanly Joy
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rapt MitcheU. from, St. Lucia, Agent*
aehooner CHtrmv AaauctaiUm
M.V. Arucoata, 1*4 tone net, Capt
Lvwla. from Trinidad; AganU: Oillem
Cruney Co.
Sv-edlah S S C. G Thulln. 1J1T Ion
net. Capt Anderaaon. from St. CroU.
Agent i; Robert Thorn Lid
BirAMvau
M V. RuBna. IJH lona ne-. Capt
Roorda. for Grenada; Agent*. La Coil.
* Co., Ud.
M V. Blue Star. 110 lona net, Capi
iVrgiueuit. for Trlixdad; Affenl. A. E
Harris. Eaq.
M.V. Daerwood, M tone nel. Cap
Archibald. for St. Lucia, .Agent
Schooner Owners' Aaeocution.
S.S. Sundial. 1M tone net. Capt
fat; Ruaacll. for Trinidad. AaenU Pwniatioi
Ltd.
S.S. C. G. Ttuilm. 1J1T tone net. Ca,
*n Thorn Ud.
Arriving1 by S S "C G Thultn
yesterday werefrom Brooklyn: William
Barclay, Mrs. Barclay. Herbert T. Mi.
dlaion. Mrs. Mlddleton, B. M Jones.
Mr*. Jon
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
Cable and Wlreleas (West Indieai Ltd.. S S. San Vulfrano. S S. Tindefjell. S S
xhlae thai they can now rommunU*'- Sunray. US, Ekuo Knoxvllle. S.S
*lth the fullowi.. ahlpa through Ihalt Jt-ainiy. "1 S Banny, S S RuAi
aaroados Coast Station.- Alcoa rigasm IS Gulf moon,
S.S. Dalfoiui, R s Senator. SS Melao, S 1 Joshua Three. S S Dewdale
MheUlane. SB. Ealero. SS New. SB. FordadaW. IS. At Untie',
wigh. S.S. S Vlnfilto, SS. Carr-bulle
I The Governor of British Hon-
|duras_is very popular among the
people and promises to be one of
, the most progressive the colony
! has ever hud, Mr. R. K. Masson.
] Collector of Customs of ihat
colony told the "Advocate" ves-
[ lerday.
. Mr. Masson came in on Sunday
'by RW.I.A. via Jamaica and
Trinidad for the Customs Talks
and is staying at the Marine
Hotel.
, He said that he did not antici-
jpate any trouble in British Hon-
( duras over the devaluation of the
i dollar as the people were known
1 tor their loyalty to the King and
the British Empire and were per-
haps, among the most loyal sub-
jects in the British Empire.
He said that with the revalua-
tion of the British Honduras dollar
it was hoped that more English
capital would be invested in in-
dustries. Before he left home, it
was rumoured that Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare would
tegin certain operations and that
the plans for the erection of the
new hotel which was badly need-
ed, were before the Board in
London.
On his trip over from Belize to
Jamaica, he spoke to Mr. Bay
Sharp who was perhaps one of
'he leading businessmen in the
West Indies and informed him
that with the revaluation of the
dollar. British Honduras would go
ahead to be In a much better
position than she was at the
present.
British Honduras had wonderful
possibilities. It only needed capi-
tal and the correct kind of
businessmen. Adventurers wer*-
not needed at all.
Carpenters
Must Be Paid
JUDGMENTS were entered for
Wlnley Jones and Henry Brath-
walte, carpenters of St. Patricks.
Christ Church, by Their Honours
Mr. G U Taylor and Mr J. W. B.
Chenery yesterday. Their Honours
reversed the decision of Mr. C. W.
Rudder. Judfe of the Petty Debt
Court of District 'B', who had
entered judgment for Joseph
Mottley of the same district.
Brathwalte and Jones claimed
$7.40 and $7.70 respectively from
Mottley as money due to them
for repairs they had carried out
to his house at St. Patrick.
Mottley held that he had ar-
ranged with Brathwaitc to do the
work and Brathwalte should nol
have brought Jones to help him
do it. Their Honours felt that
since the carpenters had not
-harged too high and Mottley had
had the work done to his satisfac-
tion, the carpenters were entitled
to their pay.
Error Case
Adjourned
A foreclosure action claim
which was set down for hearing
in the Court of Error yesterday
was ad)ou.-ned until January 23
The action is between Weber
Johnson of Near Roach's. St. Lucy
(claimant), Ethellne G. Heckles o'(
Tudor Gap. St. Michael. (Plain-
tiff) and Westerman D. Bowen,
~ot Tudor Gap (Defendant).
The property in dispute Is one
acre, one rood and twentv-four
perches of land and a dwelling
house standing on the land.
Maltreated
His Donkey
JAMES WEBSTER of Clapham
was fined 5/- in 14 days or 14
days' Imprisonment when he ap-
peared before His Worship Mr.
A. j. H. Hanschell for maltreat-
S* .nl* donkey "long Culloden
Road on November 23.
10 For Stolen
Furniture
A decision of Mr. H. A. Talma,
Police Magistrate of District "A"
remained In force when the case
in which he had lined Julian
Murray of the Pine Housing
Scheme 10 to be paid by month-
ly Instalments, was reviewed by
Their Honours Mr. G. L. Taylor
nd Mr. J.W. B. Chenery yester-
day. Proper notice of appeal had
liot been given.
Murray had been found guilty
it having stolen furniture and
other articles which were th)
property of Doris Jones during
September IMS. Jones and Murray
had been living In Constitution
on the night of the flood of August
1M. Jones' house had been
washed away. Sgt. Holder told
the court that he had found the
articles claimed in Murray's
house.
Delegate Alleges
Discrimination
On C.N.S. Boat
DOMINICA has Ihe brightest prospects for the econ-
omic development and prosperity she has had for the past
50 years Hon'ble A. D. Boyd. Acting Financial Secretary of
that colony told the "Advocate" yesterday.
He said that the banana In-
AKaiVAXIBr R.W.I.A.L.
wSL- ^ A,S.1!- "*" Allhol, Cyril
Vm* ',."?. F'M. Pnwn Jiaauiii.
ZZ"i*""1 ~rut,. Jh on*.,
SS "SK"- "> CUrk.. Audi., Cr.
jLhi taV L",'i- Moosw 81. John.
j?fr 55 DnusU.. Audrtr Dousu.
ii,; ",-:''"''- k.i.. k,...-..
"""k Jlvi. Kanwhii.. WlllUm C.I.,
ELK? "' CWTora H*.n. r..nk Bu.l,.
ST,??".?1?1' *" ""*"' C"""d
qJ!!. Pi.lot. Abiudti. Imt-i
vl**n. H.Wii Cummlna.. sun. Cum-
rjpte Weather
"" Rum ; i, ,,,_
"inlall gW <* KonUi lo VaMinla,; | W
T**pturi 'Mai no dc T.
Wirrf V.loellyT nuia. ^
nuntn, Kunlc* Nalaon. Harold Mara. Rob-
"I Wor.nan. Manarf! Prlca, TkonvH
lavn. Kfvlinc DavU. Ocllla Da via. Lu-
tlUa Davu. Maui.*!, Dav. Ba*il Bnxtka.
Hbrt Utuaon. J. FWicha.. B. FMcNm.
From LA. GUAIRA: Parolu* 1> Caiaa
PaUrlrU Da Cat**. Jatflrrv Da Catta
Uicila Lrtaar. Oarl Laiaa. Baairlr Oclma
aa, Guilltmina Baiwh, Fran-
tlco Hanrh. Imabal Mallock, Mrcdaa
Mlrabal. Albarto SoUrn. Mauitoa Jonci
From ST. LUCIA; Joaaph Andrlaux.
Vvunnr Andrlaux. Carolyn Bark.nkamp.
Mama Barkarkamp, Uonal Paul. Louu
CaoU-Lartlcua, Alfred Ba>na*. Daphna
TrwrobaM*. Wllliar. Oraca, Barlram Kav,
J.ri.t-. ,.,.-!rr
From ST. KITTS- Mr Wilfrid Ftten,
Ho.ard Kirn. Mr John Maillar.
Mlaa
5 'ax-i
ror.iatar
X 004 dpi
What's on Todav
Cuatcn, Oiuan Talkt, HaiUnfa Haw
* "I ajr. poiie. caru at 10 jjb.
Oaortw Johnaon. Mr. PaUr Johnn
From ANTIGUA: Danlal Walwjn. Ed.
WM Tiio'i aa**a
From GRENADA Quian* Knmhl, Val-
rntlD* Arclarr.
DKFARII *fK-Hj R.H I VI
For TRINIDAD Mr. John Bavur, Mr
Arpad S.,**>,;. Mr. Alma Sorfar, MaiUl
Gaoro Sorter. Mr. rradanck OraawiaVt*.
Mr. WannH Baal. Mr Gerald Boteor..
Ma.lar Edward Bataon. Mlaa Bmmva Hob-
-Id.. Mr John Gordon. MMa Darothr
MeConne>. Mr Anonl MaalaBonl. Mr.
Blanco MaateJaaol. Mr Wallar Enart
Mr*. Dorothy EMtrt. Mr. Marco* Shad-
ach. Master Max BUunan. Mr*. Rivca Sih-
man, M Arthur Goddard, Mr. Frank
Buah. Mr. Clifford Re_n
F... IT 1 fClA Mr. Charloa DuBo<
Uv. Mr.. EJ*.r DuBouLay. Mlaa Palric _
DuBoular. Mr. Ltonal Arthur, Mr*. ShaiU
Artho-. Kaatrr Cuthbart Arthur. Mm
i-vi. Baal. Mra. A|nn Boekh, Mr, Aua-i
lot Andrew.
"Amherst" Brings
Food Stuff
THE "Fort Amherst", passen-
ger freighter of the Furness
Withy Steamship Company, ar-
rived at Barbados yesterday from
New York via St. Thomas, Trini-
dad and Grenada.
Along with oranges, egg pulp
and refrigerated picnic hams
taken at Trinidad, this vessel
brought supplies of Hour, cocoa,
milk powder, spaghetti, cooking
butter, naval beef, boneless ba-
con, picnic hams, saltpack hams,
G. M. U. and steel angles which
were transhipment cargo ex the
steamships "Senator". "Come-
dian", "Governor" and "Pioneer
Gem."
She brought from New York
-machine parts, boiling, varnish
and material. The '"Fort Am-
herst" left port yesterday evening
for Martinique. Its local repre-
sentatives are Messrs. Da Costa*
& Co., Ltd.
(iustry was largely responsible
for that changed outlook and
15-year contract had been signed
up with an English company to
take all their bananas for that
period at fixed prices.
Mr. Boyd arrived last week bv
B.W.I.A. via St. Ijicia for the
Customs Union Talks and
' the Hastings Hotel
He said lhat the large estates
and peasants were all planting
heavily and the only drawback
was the lack ot cumnuintcation*;
however, there was a four-year
scheme lo spend about 300,000
on roads which would consider-
ably improve the situation.
Thore was also a Greek firm
which was putting up a factoty
to process citrus and other fruits.
ad that** were prospects of the
Food Ministry taking ItM
entire crop of orange and grape-
fruit viuring the next few y
Contrary to rumours that hud
filtered through to Dominica, he
was greatly impressed by the
work that the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation was doing r.n
the reconstruction of Castries and
he hoped it would be possible
to persuade them to undertake
some of the larger road jobs in
Dominica.
Great Difficulty
Mr. Boyd said that he had
great difficulty in getting proper
cabin accommodation on the
and a quantity of rum for St. j "Lady Rodney" although he had
John will be loaded on M.V. (made efforts to get a booking;
Will Take
Aivay Rum
ABOUT 600 puncheons of mo.
lasses for St. John and Halifax
"Canadian Challenger" which ar
rived here from Trinidad yester-
day.
It brought here from Trinidad
a cargo comprised of fresh fruit,
bitters, stationery, shirts and per-
sonal ertects. Seven rac*J DOtsai
consigned to Hon. V. C. Gale.
three weeks previous to the ar-
ivai of the ship with the agents
n Bermuda.
us senior
-Ulcers with whom he had dis-
I UaMd the matter oth in St.
l.u.i.i and Barbados, had express-
ed dissatisfaction with the laek
M.L.C.. Mr. II.iaw.rVte and S'VftTnlZ? J2J*.
this vessel.
The "Challenger" will be sail-
ing to-day for St. John and Hali-
fax. Messrs. Gardiner Austin &
Co., Ltd., are agents.
FUEL FROM
ST. LUCIA
AMONG yesterday's arrival;!
was the schooner "Princess
Louise" under Captain Mitchell.
This vessel brought from St.
Lucia a cargo of charcoal. (Ire-
wood, hoestlcks and cocoanuts.
Messrs. Schooner Owners' Asso-
ciation are local agents.
10/- For Mi^'onduH
THEIR Honours Mr. G. L.
Taylor and J W. B. Chenery yes-
terday agreed with the decision
of Mr. S. H. Nurse, Police Magis-
trate of District "C" who imposed
a fine of 10.'- and 2/- costs on
L*on Farley of Orange Hill, St.,
James. Their Honours ordered
Farley also to pay 7/8 Court of
Appeal costs.
He had been found guilty of
haying misconducted himself
while on the property occupied by
Edith Collins of Holder's Hill.
Car Damaged
In Accident
The right front fender, the
r*r fenders, and the right side
of tha, motor cir M1817. were
damaged in an accident on
Saturday.
The accident occurred at about
1.30 p.m. on Rouen Road. St.
Michael, between the motor
lorry P142. .> vned by A. G.
and W. K. Farmer of Oughter-
son. St. Philip and driven by
Elliot Gittens of East Point, in
the same Parish, and M1817.
which is owned by Clement
Austin, shopkeeper at the corner
of Constitution and Martindalcs
Road, and was driven by his
daughter. Claire Austin of the
same address. No damage w.i
done to the lorry.
Bicycle And Cur
Collide
The front w MM of I
owned and ridden by Rupert
Belgrave of Bush Hall, was ex-
tensively damaged in an ac-
cident which occurred on White
Park Road at about 11.40 a.m.,
on Saturday.
The cycle a.id the motor car
M2472, owned and driven by
Alistair Edghill of "Hamilton",
Strathclyde, collided.
Belgrave was slightly injured.
which was a subsidised line.
He expects that action will be
taken by his Government in
- m future. Meanono-
(iation will be secured for dele-
gate, attending conferences
abroad through the head office of
C.N.S. In Montreal, instead of
relying on the local agents who
seemod unable to prevail upon
tha ships' officials to provide
suitatle accommodation for West
Indians of all complexions.
3 Trucks
Arrive
M.V. "Arocosla" relumed lo the
island yesterday from Trinidad
under Captain Lewis.
H brought three trucks and a
motor car for Mr Wexler. Mr.
Wexler is expected to arrive here
by plane today.
After he arrives, it will be de-
eded whether or nol the "Ar-
ocosla" will take old iron hero
and also the next port of call.
Local agents are Messrs Gittens.
Croney & Co.
Lorry And Car
In Collision
An accident occurred on Has-
tings Road. Chr.st Church at
about 11.15 a.m. on Saturday
between the motor car X427.
owned and driven by Johannes
Maarleveld o/ St. Lawrence.
Christ Church, and the motor
lorry X80S, owned an
by Clarence Thorpe of Silver
Hill Christ Church.
The right running beam and
cross beam of the lorry were
damaged, while damage was
done to th. right front fender,
rear fenders, right door and
windscreen of 11 e car.
FLOUR FROM
HALIFAX
ONE THOUSAND, six hundred
sacks of flour arrived in the ioi-
ony late on Saturday
when S.S. "Alcoa Pegasus"
called from Halifax. There were
also moderate quantities of pow-
dered milk. bran, cereals, cream
of wheat, pickled pork, feeds and
copper wire on "his vessel for
Barbados.
The "Pegasus" Is consigned to
Messrs. Da Coat. 4 Co., Ltd.
120 Bags Of Mail
For Barbados
SWEDISH S.S. "C. G. Thulin"
called yesterday with cargo from
New York. Foodstuffs, meats,
sausages. Martini, Vermouth,
paint, machinery, auto parts, cal-
lende/s and two plows were items
among the cargo.
This vessel also brought 115
bags of regular mail and five bag.
of registered mail. It was ..heu-
ulcd to sail last night for Timi-
dad. Messrs. Robert Thorn Ltd,
are agents,
AFTER STOCK TAKING
WE HAVE MADE
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
DRESSES. BLOUSES, SLACKS
and SKIRTS Etc., Eta
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.
ARTICLES MISSING
Mr. John Heckles of tha. Bar-
bados Dye St Laundry Works
reported the loss of U
and a hair brush from the Chil-
dren's Goodwill League.
He rtated that th*. loss occur-
red between December 12 and 19.
23 YEARS AGO
tBARBAUOS ADVOtATIv.
Janaar> 10, 1925)
Dedication of Organ
The Organ Dedicatory Servkc
at the Collymore Rock A.M.h.
ihurcn last Sunday was well at-
tended and very inspiring. It was
conducted by the Kev. J. u. Sniiin
1'astor of the Church.
The instrument is a two-
manual read organ of excellent
tone and splendid variety. Its
range and quality were well de-
monstrated by Mr. W. H. Moore,
in solos, a violin solo and an
anthem by (he choir of the
Church. Vocal solos were sung in
characteristically good vouv and
style by Miss Marjorle Moore,
Miss Onida Sealy and Ml
ford Tubbs.
Mr. G. C. Williams rendered
Handel's "Largo" on the violin
with very pleasing effect.
The people of Collymore Hock
;.re highly pleased over the ren-
ditions of Hie artistes who in-
formed on the occasion and have
invited them to make
teturn. Much pleasure was af-
forded, too. by the presence of so
many music-loving friends train
surrounding communities and
Bridgetown including Mr C A
Brathwalte. M.C.P, and John S.
Mauglin. J.F.
HARRISON'S-broad st.
e
j CROP SEASON
REQUISITES
AT
ROCKBOTTOM PRICES.
SHOVKl.S
a BUCKETS
a CANE BILLS
a CUTLASS KS
a PLANT KNIVES
a BAG NEEDLES
AND
S PLY ENGLISH
SEWING TWINE
OBTAIN YOUR QUOTATION BEFORE BUYING
ELSEWHERE.
HARRISONS
HARDWARE DEP1.
Dial 2364.
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'Sorry I can't saa you!
"1/Don't let this
ajn happen to you
\*o^i
Don i tm terry
* tott using Amoltn.
DON'T NLCLEC1 LITTLE BURNS
THI THING TO USI IS
UNGUENTINE
NO fmlf.wgy mi
do -Sol ico'twtaj.
UNGUCNTINt *> dj
liMIVI PAIN
f:GHi INIKIION
PftOMOtl HlAIINO
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Animated Opinions
Say* Mr. Tiger Rag :
"IT'S A HOT NUMBER!1
VfatW
Toffee
MADE IN U.K.
The Perfection of Confection
WAITERS PALM TOFfK LID. PLM' WORKS.
LONDON. W.3
Car Brakes
Were Bad
ST CLAIR GRIFFITH was
Hi.ni li- In 14 day. or 14 days'
inipiisunnicnt by His Worship
Mr. A. J. 11. Hanschell yesterday
when he was found guilty of driv-
ing Ihe car M.883 on September
5 with inefficient br.u
Obituary
NEWS has. been received in An-
tigua of the death on Tuesday 3rd
January of the Rev. C. G. Erry,
Methodist Minister and father of
Mrs. J. R. A. Branch wife of Col.
J. R. A. Branch, Commissioner of
Polka. Ban, Eny was stationed
In Antigua for many years as well
as British Guiana.
9 Acres Of Canes
Wen- Burnt
One of the largest cane fires
this year occurred at Farm Plan-
tation St. George t about 4.15
p.m.. on Saturday.
The fire, origin unknown.
destroyed * acres of Ant and
second crop canes. The damage ii
covered by Insurance.
The canes are the property of
Mr. R. Jordon of the same Plan-
'ation.
Gameg Cancelled
LONDON. Jan. .
As no assurance has been re-
ceived from the Racing Club of
RW de Jan.ini that the matches
against Wolverhampton Wander-
ers and Portsmouth would be
played, the fames have been
cancelled. The Football Asso-
ciation, on behalf of the English
clubs, to-day cabled to Argentine
that the tour could not take
place, as Insufficient time re-
mained to make adequate ar-
rangements.
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Oysters? We
Can Eat 'Em
LikeCafsMeal!
PARIS. (By Mail)
MY daughter's cat Tin
qnentb "ts a rtoMn waters lor
luncheon. In the accompanying
picture you can observe fimoihy
Rotting down 'o it. He prefers
,fhi No Tabasco. No
lemon.
This oyster diet for a x-
month-old pet is not the result of
some mad caprice which is carv-
ing big inroad* into the MacColl
iKK-ketbook. The exact opposite
is true.
So cheap and plentiful art oys-
ters in France that my wife finds
l'.. onomically sound pTOj
tion to let Timothy have them i
MVCfa] times I week.
Like alt cats Timothy thinks
the world of fish. Unlike other
cats he gets a go at shellfish.
Only drawback is that Timothy
is unlikely ever to learn how to
open the oysters for himself Thus
tha delicious dozen must be
opened for him first.
rou are n Grade A cat
lover (which we're not: we're
ju*t run-of-the-mill cat likers)
it occasionally proves a touch irk-
some to have to tackle the messy
business on behalf of a feline con-
noisseur.
(The by-Iaa-i of the Port*
suburb where / Hue forbid fish-
mongers to sett opened oystera.)
Penny Each
Mul than it is. Horsemeat for
e*rt> works out at 3s. 8d. per lb.
And the oysters? I am sad indeed
vad that this season they
are something like a shilling each
in tha London nataunttti
it Off not. over here you
m k as for a
penny each or
let i ham
them at I
u my lo-
l know that
'iiis i.-
bu' I pref. i the
ara get]
Whitsta-
Colrhes,-.
ter "nv
dozen fines de\
rlaire served oi
n bed of sea
ith ahal
of lemon
aim brown]
i,t butten
very
fcharming starit
naal it
costs lit'!
when you're eating out.
tha restaurant has taken
its profits von can still get your
dozen in all except the expensive
Parll places for around 2s. 6d.
Paris alone consumes about 50
'oiis of oysters every da] 'hey
oiiii- from places on the west
o.ist. One great region is in and
around Brittany. Another is on
l ha Bay of Biscay.
All over Paris, as the autumn
i. ;j. into winter there appear
.urants the
white-painted wooden oyster
1 a man or woman in
harge arranges the row of big,
square baskets, each containing a
Og in their
beds of seaweed.
Good fur-
There may be an odd plate of
rrowns or even snails. Bur the
L*
It's (stui) Tough To
Stay Famous
UNLESS POLITICS IS YOUR BUSINESS
WAY up top among the world's
moat famous men there are
few to Jostle year by yea
highest place in the minds and|
hearts of the people
The people of Britainasked
this month to name their own and |
the world's Man of the Year for
949 gave their wotes bo f
Winston Churchill. He tops both)
pom
In The World role iie re,
Harry S. Truman, who topped!
1948s Dal Po" oI'
Public Opinion altar hi< startling
personal victory in the U.S ,
dial elections. I
The voting positions of the two
len have almost reversed in the.
past 12 months Behind them in
the queue, the rest of the world's
ml names seen, iike also-rans
xok at the lists on the right.
All the Iron Curtain praise ano
on StalhVl 70th birth-
lay does not give him more than
Jw-ee per cent, support for his
Mrd place among the world-
niters. It moves him up merely
couple of places on last year s
i
Quick Mover
TIE only sparkle of freshness
in the people" choice come*
In the Man uf the Yenr in Britain
^irst six names are straight from
t h c House of Commons
Churchill. Cripps. Attlee. Bavin
Bevan. and Eden Sir StSffOM
Cripps has moved up. Bevln ha.'
moved down.
Aneurin Uevan is Utf Ouh*
mover of the year; ah
cent, of the votes is four tunas a
many as he polled last year, pull
ing him up from tenth place tc
fifth
But Yorkshireand the BBC
have a promising lad in Wilfred
Pickles, who Just got into the first
12 in the 1M8 poll, but now ranks
in seventh place.
If this poll had been t t m
ship of the year, the Amethyst
would have been a favourite. A
It is, Lieut.-Commander Reran*
oyster is the heart of (Ufa matter
Nearby is a battery of bottles
containing the many condiments
and sauces which ingenious spirits
have dreamed up through the
years to accompany the oyster to
its manifold destiny Little tin
signs show the prices Th.se R*kM
rfe rlairr are Is. >id. a dozen.
The Portnoci.se> are 2s. Id. And
the beautiful Scions 3s. 4d.
You can have your oysters
standing there at the kerb, or, if
it's not too cold, at a table in the
open air. Or should you order
them as part of your restaurant
meal, the waiter nips outside and
fetches you in a plateful from the
stall. All very stimulating.
And as you undoubtedly are
aware, the oyster is "non-fatten-
1118." "nutrition-pneked
rich."
Oh yes, and appeals to cats.
Patience. Timothy, patience. The
master is about to open another
dozen for you.
L.E S.
1949 IN THE WORLD m
Winston Churchill
Harry Truman
Marshal Stalin
Clement Attlee
(irneral Mar.li.ill
II S.A.I ......
Inict Brvin
Marshal Til .
Sir Stafford Cripps
General Smuts
Lord Boyd Orr
Robert Mru/ic
(Australia's P.M.)
Anthony Eden
Others
PMl't know
It%
:i'V
1
n
i
i1
15*
HI
lM'r
Harry Truman
Winston Churchill
General Marshall
Count Brrnadottr
Marshal Stalin
Froest It.-Mn
Sir Don Bradman
Anthony Eden
Cli-iiicnt Attlee ...
'. .emr.il MiinK
Duke ot Edinhtinth
Sir Stafford Cripps i^
Other nominations 7C
No suKrestion n
'-4*
'%
>*
*%
2*
n
1*
1".
i
I-,
.949 IN BRITAIN 948
I. WlrL.ton Churchill
.' sir Stafford Cripps
3. Clement Attlee .
4 Frnesl Bevln
5. Aneurin Bci'an
fi. Anthon> Kilcn
T. Wilfred Plcklea . .
8. LL-Cominander
Heram. .......
!i Dukr of F.dinburrh
Ml. Lord Boyd OtT ..
II lohn Strarhey
I'!. Denis Compton
Others .........
Don't know ....
M*
6%
Jli,
*%
I'
I
!*
'
l'-
. 1%
. 1%
IT*
. 1%
Winston Churchill
Ernest Bevln ____ .
Sir Stafford Crlpp* 7^
Anthony Eden .. i%
Duke of Edinburgh 4%
Clement Attlee .
Shlney Stanley .
Sir Hartley shaw-
croas ...........
Denis t'omplon
.Anrnrin Bevan ..
Freddy Mills
Wilfred Plcklea .
Other nominations
No suggestion ___
11
HI
i",
l
I*
1%
ii'-
24,
BY ALEX RAYMOND
bursts his way up among Britain'?.
men ot the yeartying with
another Navy num. the Duke ol
Edinburgh.
Two food men and o.
man bring up the ix*arLord
Boyd Orr.
claiming
aM per cent, uf the votes. Sine-!
V more lively to) Hum
sport in world affairs, Lord Boyri
Orr gets a place in the World list.
After the top 12, more than 100
names were suggested lor Britain's
Man of the YearSir Laurence
Olivier. Sidney Stanley (he was
seventh in hist y<
where now). J. Arthur Rank.
Lord Lyle, cricketer Len Hutton,
'."!'
man Anton Karas. Bui not us
Third Man,
Now to the World ;
to find a name that
-lands out against the ba
of a who!-- The poll
investigators found thai
MM in threo of the people they
questioned tujt gave the reply
Don't know".
Those who did, gave a haadfsj
of votes each to Aneurin Bam.
the Pope, Paul Hoffman (Marshil
niistrator), the Duke of
Pandit Nehru, Trrgit
I Mr, Viahinaky, and Isnwri
President Weizmann.
StiU-flowmg Marshall Aid dU
nothing to inci-ea.se the fame or
popularity of General Georst
Marshall during these past U
months. His name has sllppal
from third to fifth place, sand-
wiched between Mr. Attlee (Just
in front) and Mr. Eeviu (list
behind). '
Popular Rebel
CKIPPS, Smuts, Robert Menu*.
(Australia's new Prim
Minister). Ant honey Edenill
iro there, with Tito joining thai
to prove the popularity of asf
rebel. He ousts Bradman far
sveenth place.
Barring the occasional scally-
wag, fame is reserved year by
year for those who serve. And
the nearer that sen-ice is weckhd
'o polities, the nearer may gotta
name to the lop of the list.
-Lit
PEEK
FREAN
BISCUITS
ARE
BRITAIN'S BEST
IT
i .ir.i
buy BATA
YEAR \l
HtatmUM mm m wmu rou and >u
THE BRITISH BATA SHOE CO. LTD. ji
srinriifi:
h : HMDmn irwwiuw
^UVl^Xiia 1 to aH OUT
friends and
Customers
R,S '"-DOS, DR,,. STORt'"~
~>

DAY. JANUARY 10. HH
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. lWMjr*'l *
PAGE SEVEN
BATES
WM Sun .
ft.00 1 >' |
untovticatBTTB
POR SALE per wo** I
FOR RENT I M
WANTED -
IXjiT. FOUND per wort'
MlBliniim chars*.....*
PUBLIC 5ALIS i
AUCTION REAL J *
ajTATX P*r *f* UtJ
Minimum chart* . 1*
Personal .......H
,lU*in>um 14 agate lines i
PUBLIC NOTICES
pr aCate Uno.....
Hlniro EVENING ADVOCATE (Monday!
per Inch ........................
for itr.vr
HOUSES
PROPERTYAt Station Hill. lieu..
l?"i""3L "*"" ">*. Apl
: c. M.
?*0 by ft. Income Ta* OccupaUor. on Ibrrh 1st.
KNIGHTS LTD
10.1.60en
' Wocf*?""?10 rLAT-* Coral Sand.
liortMn* Linen. arvd Slim. Oood .-
haihln* lor further particular* Dial
f'M. Alma Laahley. l0 |.g| Lfcn
THANKS
We the undcrtlgned. bee throuh thli
. .-tores* our thank* and ap-
preciation lo all those who -ttmdr.1 the
funeral, sent rinU. wreath*, letter)
In any other way expressed sympathy
to ui on the occasion of the death of
EDNA SARJEANT
Samuel K. TJiml, Hugh Serjeant,
?ten Francis, Pearl Daniel.
10 I S02h
Wa the underlined be* through thi
medium f> th-ink .ill thr>-c who attend-
ed the funeral sent cards, wreath*,
aympathiacd with U* In our ree
bcicjvament of mv beloved husband
ELVN CHANDLER.
Mllliccnt Chan >
. Rldell.
Chandler and Strathmorr Chandler
Harel Chandler lusters'.
10.1 50-
ntiS;- ^T** "rtreonw. dining and
,?*."*.. r00,n. *** light and at:
uter office*. Black Rock, near Wsvvl,
Apply: W. A. Blot..
10.1 40-rn
Head
IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of our denr mother
THERESA EI.mEDA CAHMICHAEl.
who depatred this life
January loth iota.
Two year* have paaaed since thai sad
day
When the unt we loved *u called
She had .i kind!) word for each and
died
Beloved by all
Ever to be remembered by
Blanche Griffith i daughter i Chart**
Carmwhari iSoni Mvri.
Carmichael (Grand chlldn
QrtfBth iSon-ln-l-v.'. Edna Carmichnel
n
New York and Panama Paper*
jaai no*
FOB ftALB OR RENT
Newly-bum Bungalow at Perry, Gap,
Hoebuvk Street Three bedroom. two
with inbuilt cedar preaae* and one with
running water. Apply to Victor E Cob-
*>m Comer of Bank Hall and Barrack.
II S0-3n
Road*.
.FC.*ALf..OR RENT-rarley Hill.
St. Peter. Old Plantation hooe* with
large ballroom. Dining ro fourteen bedroom* etc. Ideal for convert-'
"K to residential club. For detail*
Apply to Bradahaw Company
_________ 1 SO-t-tn.
THE WOLD Marine (larder*, tea.
furruih-d. Containing three bedroom*
bath and toilet upstairs. Drawing, dining
rooms, kitchen and pantry downstair*.
Garage. servant* room In vard. room for
a garden. Dial 9310. Mr*. Stuart Bynoe
______^__^^_ .l 60an
HOUaB-Pumlahed or unfumlahedTbT
*lnTP**;^f, ,'"m** Apply: Norman D
Elli.. "Oevedale". Black Rock. Diai
' "l1**1**'1. Fonuibelle. Land* End
Apply. T. Mara). Hindu Store. 81 Swan
S"***- 29.12 4.0t f n
HOUSC-One Modem House -muted
t Graxenea Road. SI. Michael, cn-
slnli* a bedroom*, and uau.l convenien-
ce. Apply D. Gaakin. Thoma. Oap, St
"<*-__________ Ti.s*-*,
PIJRLII SALES
NOTICE
IK TBE ESTATE OP
*nOBODORB DUDLEY SEALY
>*OTICE 1* hereby given that all par-
*on* javmg any debt or claim* again*!
'" Eaut* of Theodore l>idley Scaly,
deceaaed. late of Bank Hal. Main Road.
in the pirtah of Saint Michael in Ihl*
laiand who died im the 4th day o
October INO. iri. r,u-td ,o *en(
in particular of their claim* duly at
te*ted to the underugned Adeline Eudon
Saaly and Evan DavH Carney Sealy
Co Meeart Hnvne* & Griffith. Solicitor*.
No i swan Street, Bridgetown, on or
before the nth jay of March. !*. attar
which date we shall proceed i.> dutrtbute
thd aaaet* of the dereaaed among the
partle* entitled thereto having regard
only to lurh claim* of which we nhall
then have had notice and we shall not
be liable for the meet* or any part
thereof so distributed to any rjanun of
whose debt or claim we shall not than
nave ha And nil person* Indebted to tho said
estate are requested lo settle their in-
debtedne without delay.
Dated thl* 0th day of Januarv 10SO
ADEUNE EUDORA SEA1.V
E\'AN DAVID CARNEY SEALY
Qii^lided I^cecutor* of thr Estate of
THEODORE DL'DIJ^- SEALY.
Deceased
7 I SO4
There u
NOTICE
p root* vacant Founds
tion Scholarahlp*. tenable at the Chrtit
Church Boy*' Foundation School Can-
didates miiit bo between the age* of l
year* six month* and IS year* and mui
be chldren of Parent* living in th.
pariah and who are In itrallaned cb>
. gag gaga i -
An Examination for these rand id* let
will be held by the Headmaster'on Frt
day. isth January. 1900., at the Boy*
Foundation School at 9 U a m.
Form*, which can be obtained from
ihp soctetary. must be filled in and re-
turned to him not Uter than p.m
on Wednesday llth January.
W. H. ANTROBUS. Secretary
-------------Body. Hilton. River Road,
St Michael.
4 1 soan
HELP
SHORTHAND-TYPIST -Oirtattan !*
trrred Apply In writing to Box 1?
Bridgetown, atatlag aalary eipected.
i.|.ggdjgl
BOOKKJanPEgt ACCOITNTANT Ser^--
Mag of cxneTWnced bookkeeper Arcount-
ant leajumad in Barbadoa. Adveniser*
*gi -taff aware of vacancy which calls
lor ability up to quarterly trial balance
ttandard. Knowledge Dry Qooda buat-
naae and control of offto* pereonnel
considered assets. Bualneaa hour* 1-4
weekday* 1X.W Saturday*. Write in
ronndenr-e itaUng ag*. detail* paat
fppomuTvenU and aalary desired: P Q
Booc 144 Bridgetown T 1 60Cn
POSITION At, Ex Service mj
mVe I
Box
Mi M
OCCUPATION a* houa* Servant Of
Cot* Willing to aleep In Please
contact Muncl Garner. Venture St. John.
10 1 SOIn
YOUNQ LADY required by Bread
Sireet Firm lor Qeneral OAVe work.
with a knowledge of Shorthand and,.
Typing. All application* will be treated I *'
>onndentially. Apply by letter
X Y Z. Advocate Office. Application* to
be typed aa well as copied tn owi
i-and writing.
10 1 so-an
MISCELLANEOUS
Govei
FOB SAt.ii
-ULTION
By m.tnictlon. of ih Itawulri. w
Hill, on Thursday llth t i p m.. a bo-.
and shlngj* houa* 18 x a x 8 u> b7N
""oved. Term. cash.
R. ARC1IEK McKENSBt, "
______________ Victoria Street.
NOTICE
- iii-i-. i in lu ii HOYB- FOINDATION
SCHOOL
Tlie reopening of School will take
Piece, on Tuesday. lTth. January 1VS0
I 4* am Thar* will be an entranc.
examination foe New Puplla on Monday
"1th. January at 9 49 a.m.. when the
ipanta may interview the Headmaster
New candidate* are requested to
bring their Birth Certiftcai** and] re-
commendation* from former achooL
W H ANTROBUS. SecreUrv
Gov-ming Body. Hilton, River Rood
St Michael
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AUTOMOTIVE
CAR-Vauxhall 11 hp., Ute IMf>
Modrl. leather Upholdery 9 new tyre*,
new batteries repainted light grev.
very good condition. Price Si.ioo. Phone
Peter de Vertcvllle 4317 in ofnee hour*.
9.1.60an.
TRACTOR On* rAKMALL "H*
Tractor very llttl* used In Al condition.
Owner purchasing larger. Col* t Co,,
Ltd. 6.1.90In.
MECHANICAL
"lis a email q
erond hand Kemumton Typewriters now
available Apply: T. Gcddr* Grant Ltd
Ram* tltt 8 I So **
BICYCLES: Heicules Silver King, on
term*, all model*, in green and in black.
A. Bam** Co.. Ltd. Dial 44T8.
13.11.49 t.f.n
MISCELLANEOUS
FREEDOM FROM FIRE ln.Ul a Ftr*-
prooi Safe with door* xecured by
combination lock: Suitable for office or
tore Secuie your record* Contact
A. S. RHYDEN *, SONS llfloi Lid.
^3 12 40 Tue.. WtL. Sun., t f n
FITTINGS-GalvanUad pip*. All aorta
T"l H '? J J* " 'h," **
.A. Bunas at Co. Ltd.
I_________________________8.11.49 t.f n.
I GALVANISED SHEETS C It. i,, ir
lilt Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Strcc-
Phone 399U. 8.1 60t.f.,
~..,r ","" 'L,*h by P"D\* Com-
KleSVe"!."*. 0mce Vctorla Street, on
- R1DAY 1J, at g p.m.. the following;-
(1) 2840 square feet of (and at Mono*
any i^ne with the wall building giind.
ing thereon. Houa* contain* ckxaM
K-jllery. drawing. 3 bedroom*, usual out-
omeei, enclosed yard.
(31 I Rood LAND al Thornbury H..
ear tho road leading to Wllcox Batata
in Ihp pariah, of Chrt*t Church For
u?diV4 "'.""Ply to R. ARCHER
Ha KENZIE, Victor,* street Dial 3947
______ 10.1.304n
The undersigned will otlrT lo, i.
iheir Offlce No. IT High Street. BridL
!S?-.,"i rsr- "" -J " fe
Th* meaauage or Dwelling House
called 'PAJUCVILLE- ad the Und
thereto, containing 1,829 snuar* Taet
.Ituate at White Park oppoaH* Tti Bar-
bado* Foundry.
lnapecllon any day except Sundnyi
between the hour* of 4 p.m. and p
on.application lo the tenant Mr. Bayer
of 2i'l.Ur?7 P*"*""- "<1 condmon
of Sale, apply to -
COTTli, CATFORD at CO.
9.1.30On
THE AUCTION SALE of boat* at thr
Harbour Police Station was postponed
fid MB take place on THURSDAY next
the Ittn January at 1 o'clock. Thee*
boats aro very sultabl* aa sail. oi
I'aasenger* boat, or taking boat laboureri
to and from (he ship*, there or* three
boat* and the fire* are ill one 30 x 8
overall by S beam Hi two S3 x 5 by S
b*Xsaa in third 21 x 6 by 5 beam. Youi
inapeclion la invited any day on appli-
cation to ihe Harbour Police Station,
DARCY A. SCOTT.
Qovt. Auctioneer,
hTBEL SHEETS: 1 Id.
p and vartoui 'lies An
10 1 SOt.f.n.
''-1''1-' rn --s i. ,- wi.........
" Hl'-'-' Hi '....... Rgksa ft Board
Room. Hard*.->,| All-y.
10.1.SO3n
BREAKFAST CABRDOu* Aluminum
P with three
.*
U W III!"
8 1.90Sh
umcH tins j
*nch Tin. nun
*0Un at only 81i
on A Co. Ltd.
. Tor whool.
inner Iray. Assorted
each. G. W. Hutch-
?ioi ---
10 1 504n
WASH BASS*. t sinks
at Ralph A. Braid a
wotn. Hardwood Alley.
LlFTONS TEA Why worry. W*
r* It at 34 cents per '.lb package.
l0 tin* of TonVe. Peppermlntl. Pears.
MtaCraatn, MM ,,..,,, ..,. Che. md
LJSr*** ***orUnent .1 BhroM Buruiia.
JOHN D, TAYLOR k SONS Ltd. Roe-
nutx wbmm ii.... BM, h i 2<-
BLA.\K*rrSCotton Crib Blanket* BOG.
Blanket* U 00 r.h.
Mtgi* Bed WoOllan Hlanketa M 32 earn
I 'h* Modem Dr.*. Shopp*.
8. 1. SOIn
I'l IISON VI
:>(
"A".
; -dB
THE uiulenilgnad will offer for le
i-y publk- auction at their office. No. IT,
High Street, on Friday th 13th instant
at 2 p m
I'l :-1.;li.1i, ua* .,11^,1 IANDSMERE
COTTAGE and land containing 11.950
.quare feel. Constitution Road, St Ml-
I'hael, The dwellinghouse cornprlv*
ON THE GROUND F1XX>R: Drawing
room and thrrc liedroom* ion* with run-
ning water), gallery, toilet and bath
UPSTAIRS One very large liedroom
IN THE HASEMBNT: Dining room,
nftgdry, kitchen; Seperat* bathroom In
ga*g.
Gowrnnient water and electric light
in, tailed
Inspection any day except Sunday
between th* hour* of 4 p.m. and 6
p.m. on application to tho owners, the
Misses Lynch on the premises.
For further particular* and condition*
of aale apply to '--
COTTLX. CATFORD Co.
Solicitor*.
T 1.30to
LODGE SCHOOL
New Boya who wish lo enter the School
:n the January Term commencing on
Tuesday. January lTth 1930. mtiW present
tnemaelvca lor examination at the Srhool
at jo *m on Monday. Januarv llh 1904.
Hoarder* are expected (or dinner on
Monday the IBth.
CYRIL E. STOl-TE.
Sec. and TYrea. Oov. Body.
Lodge School
8 1.503n
. .!>. I tffli-C
-RDEN TORTOISES -
rase apply X Y Z, Advo-
T 1.905*,
TSNBERg
TAMARINDS at Graem Mall Plantation.
Christ Church. Apply by letter oi
person. F. s. Storey. Manager.
10 I 903n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
T1BB application of Franci* T. E3U*
* Ultla Hill. St Michael for
["niinton to sell SpirlU. Malt Liquor*.
?' -1 board and galvanised *hop
Mebbeck. Black Rook, SI. Michael.
Dated thl* 9th day of January 1990.
TO: B. A MclXOD, Eaq.
Foneo HUMMo,
Dldrlct A~.
r. r. elias.
N-B Thl* anpUratlon will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court Dutrict "A", on Thursday
the 19ih day of January 1900 at II o'clock.
E A. MclXOD,
Police Maglltrate.
-. ... Dinrlct 'A'
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN TBE ASSISTANT COI'BT OF
AJrVBAL
Equitable JunsdlcMoni
ELOISB MIUJCENT RII\ Plamllff
HERBERT DARNirTT QuallfUd Exor.
E*t GEOKGE BARNETT Deed
M ii..iii
IN punuancr of an order In 'hi*
Court in Ihe above action made on the
JWh day of April 19*9. 1 give rgdgag to
all person, having any estate right or
Interest in or any Hen or inru-iUMunce
affecting all that .eetaln piece or parcel
of land attuate nt Venture in the pariah
ol Saint John In thl* l*land containing
by admcaturemenl one rood nineteen
perch** abutting and bounding on
lands of Mllly Bralhwall* on land* of
Easy Hall Plantation on Und* of Eme-
tine Nicholls and on the public road
to bring before me an account of their
Hid claim* with their wllneaae*. docu-
md voucher*, to be .xanmied t.y
any Tueaday. or Friday Iwtween
the hour* of 11 moom and 3 o'clock In
the afternoon, at Ihe Office of the Clerk
he Aialitant Court of Appeal at the
Court Hou*v Bridgetown, before the
1th day of January 1990. in order that
uch claim* may be ranked according
o ihe nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise, such persona will
be precluded from the benani of the
nd Decree, and be deprived of all
Im on or again*! the aald property.
(JlainLBiita are also notiiWd that tn*
niu*t attend the said Court on Wednes-
day tho llth day of Januarv l!i> at
'Clock a.m. whan their said claim*
wlU be i
Qlv
nked.
REAl ESTATE
Offers In writing are Invited lor 31.190
ii>arr feet of land situate In Sober*
I-n.e. Bridgetown, and having frontage
Of 118 feet on Sober* Lone and at present-
under tenantry.
For further particular* apply to the
undersigned.
CARR1NCTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.
T.1.90--9O.
n.inini aau
MURIEL YARD
H '-.Id hvym'U
*ht public are
fnot credit 10 m
aponaibie for he
*whg any debt cm debt*
* by g written .a-de. Mgned b] IB
SYDNEY YARD.
Hl'-.cMnii. H.."cl.
.1.19-to
.. n ag-IHH
"jg'redll tn . liUHY OfJ&tBA
"U*ld, "iy*eu respniinble fo. her or
Jan* ehw contracting any debt qr debt*
-SJ5 !"""* """'' 1
"** by mg.
IMi Ifc.i IgWgjdg,
159-an *" An*r-
tieeVJ 1MORPE
^i^ns-^IU,fc.Hm, OO hOt hok
1 1
BaaaT****" > nvt
..^ir~
1 -2n
THORJ-E.
St. Michael
Teeth Loose
ttms Bleed
Mosan'
, lor Properlie* etc.. contact
RALPH A. HEARD
AM Inal. BE. F.V A.
Aucuoneer and Estate Agent
Who has numerous properties
(or atj }\.r hartlM
panicuUrs ring 400a or
c.ll Hardwood Alley
opposite Cathedral
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
TWI appUcauon Of Delphln* Forde ol
Beikle* Road, Si. Michael, for permis-
sion to sell Spirits. Malt Liquor.. Ac.
at a board and >hlngle shop attached to
reaadence near Hay Pasture. Beckles
Road. St. Michael.
Dated thl. 9th day of January lot*
To E A. McLJDOD. Esq.
Police Magistrate. Out A
Signed DELPH1NE FORDE.
Applicat'
N B -This application will be o
Udered at Ucenabuj Court to be held
at Police Court. District "A", on Thurs-
day ihe 19th day of January 1990. M
11.o'clock, a m.
E A Mcl-EOD.
Pouce Magtotratr. Di*t. A'
10 1 60
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of William Cadogan of
syrelU Road. Ch Cn lor p*rml*s-n
1 sell Spirits. Malt Liquor*, Ore. at
a board and shingle shop with shediocf
attached at Dayrella Road. Ch. Ch
To; K A MrlJCOD. Eaq.
A*
WIIJJAM CADOGAN.
AppiKalit
.tpplaraliosi *>lU be'conald-'
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court. Durtnrt "A", on Thursday .
ihe 19th day of January IBM al II o'clock, j
OFFICIAL SALE
aARBADOl
IS III! VSSIMAM I <>| |,i >)
APPEAL
1 Equitable JuriMllctloni
ELOISE MILLICENT H1LEV Plaintirt
HXJUiERT IIAILNKTT UaaliBed Exor
It GEORGE BAHNBTT Dev'd
Defendant
NOTICE is herrby given that by Ur-
je of an Order of the Assistant Court
ofAppoal dated the 20th day of April
1*49 there will be set up for sale lo the
highest bidder al the Office of the
Clerk of the As Mutant Court o.' Appeal
at the Court Hou*e, Bridgetown, be-
tween the hours of 12 moon} an
o flock In ihe afternoon n Friday
day of January 19*0
All that certain place or parcel of
Und situate at Venture In the parish of
Saint John in this island iontainlng by
admeasurement one rood nineteen pet-
che* abutting and bounding on land* of
Mllly Hrathwaite on lands of Easy Hall
Plantation on landa of Emeline Nichqlta
and on the public road
.nd M not then sold the said property
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE apphcatlon of Sydney L, NUes
.1 haglc lull st Michael for permission
o -ell Spirits, Malt liquor* *c. at a
board and shingle hop at Eagle Hall,
sasatgtaj
Dated this 9th day of January I960
II A McLfXOD, E*q
Police Maglltrate,
District -A".
SYDNEY L. N1LES,
Applicant
rTH This application will be conaid-
ered at a Licensing Court, to be held at
lelice Court. Dlatrict A", on Thursday
the 19th day of January 1990 at II o'clock.
B. A. McLEDD.
Police MuglMrat.-,
.. ,- Dlatrlci "A"
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
NOTICE,
PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat nt the holding by mc of Ihe
Election of Members to serve in the Vestry of the parish of Saint
Michael, on Monday. Ihe 9th day of January. 150, at the Parochial
Buildings, Cumberland Street, the following is the result:
VOTES
1 ERNEST BRIGHTON MOTTI.EY..................... 7,0
2. THOMAS WASHINGTON MILLER .................. 5SS
3. HAROLD ATHELSTON TUDOR ..................... MO
I. FRED CARLTON GODDARD ........................ 51S
5. VICTOR WALLACE AUSTIN CHASE................ 5,0
6. FREDERICK DRURARD McD. SYMMONDS.......... Sit
7. ARTHUR SPENCER BRYDEN ....................... 511
8 CHARLES CARLTON BROWNE ..................... SOS
9. BRUCE ARUNDALE WE ATI IERIIE AU ............. SOS
10. VALENCE CHENEUY GALE ......................... 501
11. CHRISTOPHER AUGUSTUS BRAITHWAITE......... 4M
II. AUBREY RUSSELL TOPPIN ........................ 4>4
IS. DUDLEY GORDON LEACOCK. Jnr.................. 47S
14. TREVOR BOWRING ................................ 474
EUSTACE CONNELL BETHELL .................... 45
U. JOHN KENNETH CHARLTON ORANNUM........... 425
and were duly declared elected.
'.7. JOHN WINSTON HEWITT .......................... Ol
Dated this 9th day oi January. 1950.
F. J. COLE.
Sheriff & Returning Officer
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
Return of persons elected as Vestrymen for Ihe Parish ot Christ
Church Ihis 9th day of January. 1950.
&&>/'//
KILLS PAIN
MR. GEORGE CHRISTOPHER WARD ... Received 3J7 volM
MR. FRED CARLTON GODDARD........ SIS
MR. CHARLES STRAUGHAN MacKENZIE ,. SIS
MR. HARRY ST. GEORGE WARD ...... 311
Hon. ARCHIBALD GRAHAM
GITTENS. MLC................... 27
MR. CHARLES MANNING DRAYTON .. ,. 283
MR. JOSEPH EVAN WEBSTER.......... 280
MR. VICTOR. WALLACE AUSTIN CHASE .. 278
MR. CHARLES HERESFORD BRANDFORD .. 288
MR. GIDNEY CUTHBERT ASHBY........ 284
MRS. EDNA EVELYN TALMA............ 283
MR. UMBERTO JOSEPH PARRAVICINO .. 253
MR. HUGH FODERINGHAM GARNES .. .. 281
MR. ARTHUR MacCAULEY JONES...... 241
MR. COURTENEY IFILL................. 229
MR. MORRELL EWART R. BOURNE...... 222
I hereby declare the above sixteen persons duly elected.
MR. WILLIAM TRAVERS WATSON .... Received 161 votes
MR. ARTHUR NOVELL CHADDERTON 160 ,
MR. DAVID CLIFFORD DRAY'TON ..... 148
Sgd. VERNON J. WILLIAMS.
Sheriff.
I.OVI ll\>l! \ I NOTICES.
LAND ACQVIS1TION ACT IN*
(NntJcc required by srrli.ni 3)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it appears to the Govcrnor-
in-Executive Committee that the land described in the Schedule hereto
and situate at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James (part ot the
land oi* a place generally known as "Derricks") is likely to to needed
for purposes which in the opinion of the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee ore public purposes, namely as a site bounding un the fcb on
which fishing boats can be hauled up and on which shelters may be
THE SCHEDULE
A parcel of land ot Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James con-
THE application of J Kerr Johnston
lin ** jBm** ** Clly f0r V*r~
ac., nTg, floor'o?'.* Sorey'^-nui'nuS-' lamm* 7-710 Sluaie feet bounding on the north on lands of B. H.
Moore and others, on the cast on the Public Road running from Hole-
town to Bridgetown, on the south on other lands of B. II. Moore and
others, and on the west on the sea.
Uated this 6th day of January, 1950, at the Public Buildings in
the City of Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados.
P. F. CAMPBELL,
Acting Colonial Secretary
---------->y wall build-
>'* in Jama* Street, City.
ated this 0th day of January 1050.
To: H. A. TALMA, Raq.
roliea Magistrate.
Olalrlct "A".
R HOPE.
.. .. ,ar Applicant
N O ~Thl* application wlU be consid-
ered at a Ucenalna Court to be held at
foilce Court. District "A'*, on Thursday
in* Itth day of January 1900 at It o'clock.
H.
TALMA.
I'ollce Maajyitrete.
Dlatrict "A"
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of Samuel T. Small,
ol Hay Street. St. Michael for permisiioii
10 *rll Httu-,,., Malt Llquora Ore, at a
hoard end ahnwtle ftp attached to rrei-
dence at St, Hill ,.nd Ta-eeda.de Roada,
lOOBaal
Oaied thl* 0th day of January 1*40.
To: E. A. MclXOD. Esq.
J'olire Maaistrale,
District A'*.
8. T. SMAU.,
N.B.Thla application will bo'coiuid-
ered at a Licensine; Court to be held at
I'ollce Court. District "A", on Th.n*ua\
the i*tti day of January IS90 at 11 o'cloch,
D. A. MnLTOD.
MfeM M,..;,., ..
,. Dtatrki MA
111 ue set up for___
ceedlnK Friday between the
until the same 1* sold for
less than 01 10. 0
Daled this 4th day of November 1
Clerk of I
day of No'
HAIU'lit
Assistant Co-rt of Appeal
NOTICE
MMI SHARK CERTIFICATES
NOTSU* Is hereby ghna. :nn A H
*-rd. Executor to the )ute of MO*
t:AlN WARD and ihe Estate ..I WIU.IAM
WARJWN WARD Deceased, ha. m*d*
appllcatloii for Ihe Issue of
tificales in place of the fuiloumK fUiart
CerUflcale* which have been lost:
Certificate No. 101 10 Slur** No OTTO
lo OTST
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of Cleo Clarke of
Robert* Tenantry. St. Michael, for per-
mission to *ell Spirit., u.1, lJquorB,
>c.. at a board and shirt*)* shop attach-
ed to residence al Roberta T*n*nlrv,
St. Michael.
Daled this >tn ay of janllarv 1H0
To: |. A. Mcl-EOD. Eaa.
PoUe* Matlstrate,
Dirtrtct "A".
CIXO CLARKE.
.. Atpllcant
" B Thl* application wUl be conald-
ed at a Licenalnc Court to be held *t
i'ollce 01.rt. Dlstrici "A on Thuisday
the 10th day of January 10*0 al 11 o'clock,
, X. A. MoLEuD.
Police Maa-.si._ie.
INCOMK TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum
or overf from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has ncivurd
during the past year or not.
Forms of Return my bo obtained from the Income Tax Depart
ment AFTKK IW 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1M0, and the fornta
duly tilled in must lx- delivered to me on or before the following
resperlive dates:
1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 31st
day of December 1948, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.
2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business if not
situate in thr island on or before tho 30th day of June, I960.
3. Returns of all persons| on or before ihe 31st of January,
1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner ol Income Tax and Death Dulles.
NOTE : Any prraein failing to make his return within the? due
date will be liable lo a fine not exceeding 100 aad
not lefts than 0J and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
factory reason is given.
10.1.50.lfeL
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of Beatrice Henry of
SoiiLr streel. Ctty for penruauon to
ell Spirits, Malt Liquor*, etc at bot-
tom Boor of a 2 storey wall building
In Suttle Street. City.
Dated thi. th day of January ItOO.
To: HA TALMA. Esq.
Polsr* Magistrate.
Distnci A' .
BEATRICE HENRY,
.. Applicant
N H This application will be condd-
rted at a Licrnalns Court to be held at
I Folir* Court. Dtatrtrt A'\ on Thursday
the 1*th day of January 1000 at II o'clock.
r No. HO 10 Shan
C Of title!
9 10710
Certificate No slj 2 S.-i...
OoMttrahl Ho OH ~ Share. No,
I., mtj
Certificate No "L1
Certificate No 003
If no objection to
itade b,v Ihe lOtb
Certificate* Mill tai I_____
Rv Order of th* Board of Dtrector*.
THE HARHADos CO-OPERATIVE.
IN .'ACTORY LTD.
II II ION
Mr*. R. A. BEARD. A L C M.
Rroiu*. Stiver. Gold. Medalleti
WlU aceapt a email number 01
Kindergarten Pupil* at 'Mai .stow
Maxwell Coast. ag> 1
Also Tuition in ftpes.cn Vtx.......
For further particular*. >in| OtOS
roi.it>; KOTit'K
Al aboul 4.30 p.m. on Iht -'^rnoon of Ihe 2nd January, a man
was stabbed in the back in Queen's Park by an unknown person.
Will anyone who can give the Police ANY information concern-
ing this incident kindly icport to Ihe CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
DEPARTMENT.
R. T. MICHEL1N, Colonel.
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
6th January, 1950. 7.1.502n.
'/'M.|.|'\
ACTS
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JUST RUB IT0N
RUB it where the Pain is and the
pain is ended.
RUB it well into the chest and
put a little in the nose
and the told soon goes.
RUB it on >our skin and your
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'Meniholatum' acts quicklythere
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Get a jar or tin to-day. but make
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SHIPPING NOTICES
*ONTlvEAU AUSTRALIA NsTfT |
ZEALAND UNI IJMTTFD
IM-VNl.) UNI)
MS PORT PnUC' I* scheduled to
all (.eelorut 10th December, Mellmui
Dec. MUi. Brisbane December Slat Syd
noy January 4th arrivtn* Trinidad about
nd January 1000.
M S "KAIPAKI" I* scheduled to sail
Adelaide December loth. Port Pirn. De-
an bar Jilt. Ilurnie January lih, Mel-
bourne Januarr Slat. Sydnev Januarj
ntn, iirisbane February Jnd. anivln*
rrinldad about tin March.
These vessels iave ample space for
hilled. Hard Tt'uen and Uenerul Careo
carao accepted on Throuafli bill* 0
idlna With transhipment at Trinidad foi
irUlsh 'iuuna. Barbados, Windward *
award island*
For liirtlter oarticulan apply
renwsaa withy a Co., i.u.
Asonto. TRINIDAD.
DaCOSTA A Co Ltd..
AganU. itARBAl'OS.
n*a Sen PHILLIP H DAVItV
laaaansan* for Detnerara. Sallies
Thiiraday 13th Jjuu-n-y UsM.
The SCh LAtnaALrHA'' Kill
'crept (arm and Passendes. 4ec
it. Lucia. S. The m v. -cAiunnir
accept Cararo and Pa*--
IXanmica. Anliaua. Moni--m.l,
Nevis and St. K"- SaUInf
Friday Uui lnal.
The MV. "DAURWO. i I
< ii-,,...
St- Lucia. St. \
and Aruba. Dab* of sailing to oe
Kuen.
B.W.I Schooner Owners' Aiaocia-
tlon (aw.) Trl. *0*T,
Otft Januarj'. 1080.
V-------' 9nc.
SOtTMBOVND
Naas* *f .feip
8.8. "ALCOA PFfSASUS"
S.S. -ALCOA I'LANTER" "
Sailini every l
CANADIAN SEBVrCt
Deer. 30lh
Jany. Otli
i week*.
Arrive*
llarbsds*
January 0th
January 2tfUi
.
m HIKK sKHVHl:
eVAV BYPJORD sails from New York 15th. ar
NTW OkLI \- sill Mi
SB. AJXOA ROAMER ssiils from New Orleans 30th Dore.-.t.
mil Januar>
ioihSi A"'OA UM**lsH sail* from New Orleans Mil, January, arriving
Apply: DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. Canadian Service
ROBERT THOU LTD. New York and GuU Service
ANEROID BAROMETERS
HOIII III S sV Co II...I .1.101
METAl. l'AS.1 noXRS, AIR TIIAVEL SUIT CASKS. DUK BLOTTOIS,
COCKTAII. SJIAKERB *ilh INSET STRAlNEItS. P1ATB OLASS .AND
MDUtORS. All the ^bov. (un IK4vfld by:
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HaRDWAK*
A NEW SHIPMENT
'HI GRADE-HEAVY DUTY BATTERIES-
i FULLY GUARANTEED-GENEROUS PRICES
, MORRIS SERVICE STATION
LOST A FOUND
FOUND
DOCOne Broom and Whit* Bull Dos.
Owner ran coasaaunlcale with E. D.
Robert*. Roe art* Manufac. Co Ltd Oov.
liill-Dtel ***
10. 1.


PACE EIGHT
BARB mm.s UH(K \TK
>** MWQAIg .
M>1-_
Ukket .
l-.afl.nH. R.rl-B
Sgiorls
YarMiat-. Basing-, rlr.
Hard Times 1
To flbUl Wlfc Missing Link fl,TH||ACKWHE
U.K. Cricket
Supremacy
Questioned
By VEKNON MOKT.AN
LONDON. Jan. 8
The 1950 cnckci season is still
some distance away one) thr -it-
Nilwn of the British sponlnf
public if thinking more of soccer
Cup ties which get into their
atnde itils week end.
Ai the same time there is an
unusual amount of talk about the
summer gsme at itie present mo-
mem because of the many articles
being written on 'Fifty Years of
Di Britain", this being .he
r.fllf'eWUury year.
Wrong Century
Mostly it is not very compli-
mentary. One writer says* tha
Stmkh riefcet ii still trying tc
llv- i'. the wrong century. All
musf agree that cricket In Britain
today is not what it was and
that the British have mol de-
finitely lotV ihi-ir earlier supre-
.macy to the -*trwimlincd" AUJ-
tmliurb. who do appear to move
with the times.
It i >tng suggested A> the
British thai if ihe> wish to Lm
eoene once attain the leading
cnckci nation they should muula .
themselves an the Australian pat-
tern In manv respects.
British Played To Death
Of the majoi Lrukeling coun-1
vTtes only British player* n
aid to be played to death OdI)
the British are stale. In Australia
they have their Sheffield Shield
matches, in Sourh Africa the Cur-
rent Cup, In New Zealand the
Plunket Shield, and in India and
the West Indies their provincial
and inter-island matches.
These tournaments do not en-
tail play day after day for more
than four months on end without
a break They do allow teams
itoiag on a tour in the off season
vo look upon the tour wllh enthu-
siasm and approach it with fresh-
maa, and cncrgA
Not Knough Cricket
indeed in samp of these coun-
tries they feel loey do not get
enough cricket The remedy is
drastically to alU-i the whole uf
the county league programme.
Some suggest making I
along, and playing matches on tht
soccer league prlnripU i -
think the maiVhes might be rut
to not more than one a week.
But it Is not going to be easy
to gev the M C.C. lord
the whole of the old cricket sys-
tem There are more conserva-
tive, in the pavilion at Lords
than in. any other building of
similar proporttons in the world
Another Idea which \>oulrl un-
questionably result In a better
British leajn for uag -II imp-rtunt
Teal" matches would be to lake all
those chosen out of count) 111 gsfl
for at least a week, gh
special manager coach to look
after them and lei* them prepare
diligently for the task In hand.
iH.CX. Should Cop\
The M.C.C. could well lake a
leaf out of the bonk ol Um Ei ,
Ush Football Association srhi
least see that tha man u, !,.,;
ent England are *) i
opportunity to i- trash and eager
fur flic big task in t
in taatr talks about crl
one or the chief top) ** separated by Ni
cussion is tin- next rirrtajsn ..i Tht
England Freddie Brown to
over from George Mann lajpi Owen Wynne in (hi |
year and it u thought prohabU haalnaa; of la* fMt Trt at Joh
THE POLO TEAM as Ussy left the terminal building at Senwcll
yesterday morning, bound for Veneauela Left to rigli: .
Klliot Williams. Mai'
and I-eo Deane. behind Mrs Michelin, Col Michelin (Capt )
John Marsh and Mm Dowding.
Aussies Rout
hast Province
For 137
PORT ELIZABETH Jan. 9
seded 18!
I
hand to avoid ...
out) closed
second day i.f their match ajajnsl
U'.irists.
to follow on after
itniian total of
191 Provtnc
usalr second utahiga,
r.o- were drawn today
' I; ends tomirrnw
Accurate bowling h> the Aus-
tralian attack complet.
dued the I'r-vinee batsmen, who
ollapsad against some
lm i>owiing with the new ball
Raj l.indwall and Bill John-
and 4 for 13 respectively
l.indwall's final flgui-
for 25 and Bill Johnston claimed
4 for 18 The top scorer for the
was Ken Dfmhlcbv
i t>, hours for his M,
which included 3 lOUM
Forced It. follow on 281 runt
tiehind. Eastern Province made a
nd innings.
Ron Draper and Ken IXmlilebv
features] In tha
partnership against the Austin*
Dimblebj made I
Polo Team
Leaves
i
Polo Club, Col. K i
iCapt.,. Elliot Will,,,:
Sdgnili. 1 Dm
t6t, UowOuii anil
tht at WIA ,'"hl
383 fci .
On Januar) 2!
though
pnmarsl> u,pl> l'|.. uillserveas
""' ol li ndverU* -
mowing m popularity wi* vane-
cuelans as a haven loi .
ftir the next In,
i throughout Um
Hcnuulic, and many a
art of our bland, will
STANDARD BRIDGf
The ONLY
artificial bid
by M. HARRISON-GRAY
ANY call that does not carry
Its natural significance Is a
blot on the bidding landscape.
Standard bridge employs one
artificial bid onlya necessary
evil which, as we shall see, is
but a very slight taint on a
natural system.
Hands > stum to themselves
that game can b nude under
their own power occur about
once in every KM) deals. But It is
as well to nave adequate
v to deal with these
important h^uds when they do
turn up.
The first Hep Is to have a bid
at one's disposal that will compel
the partner to keep the bidding
open (even though he holds
nothing ot value) unUl the best
game or slam contract has been
reasmd. At the same lime the
I alio,v the maximum
bidding space for the exchange
In the early days of Contract
Ely Culbertson tried to solve the
problem with hi, Forcing Two
Tha player who
In Itself to suggest s prubaul
...-',
a forclnj-to game call of Two in
ln best sulL
This meant that the openang
I la the Culbertson system
had ao enormous range with toe
rvsult that lha reaponder had to
keep the bidding open on the
most lenuou* vulues tor fear Of
missing a game. But if opener
: :...:.
Or.p-bid. disaster was apt to
K''Spender was always
on the horns of a dilemma.
It was to overcome this
il state of affairs that
gama bid of S
Clubs was adopted In this
couniry. The can Is artificial.
for It ocars no relation to the
actual holding In the Club suit;
great advantage.
that it frees the opening bid* of
Hearts and 2
Diamonds for use with their
mlng-
The opening bid of 2 Clubs,
one s-rlnl situation, is
Dg to game,
tlio responder
mav fee. with less than one ana
a half hkh card tricks, he murt
conven-
'tetul r^*nonse of 2 l>
On subsequent rounds both
opener and n .-ponder aie free
Laratty.
IS* ; never be
on very rare
lbs long anlt
happens to be Clubs, with less
It must
ue borne In mind, however, that
IB ihem-
-
' nd should be of
I
esa opposite a
1 'l
-^i >*MMIM*M'
Often dse le staggtsfl Udsey actAae
[ IFE IS NOT so good when yoa
l' arc troubled with backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff, aching
Uiuarjss. and joints, lumbago of
i innary disorders due to
iluggi h kidney action.
Wtw put up wirh psin and Ihw
comton when you mighi get nappy
relief t>v r.ikmg Doan'i rUckacrta
Kidnv* Ms, rivcj- sdmubic and
^Icinsc 'laggish kidney and so
help them to rid the blood uf excess
uric add and other impurities
which otherwise might collect ia
the sy*tem sod cause distress.
Doan' *Vk liare helped many
thousands; let them help vou.
DOANS I;
WANTED
Old RaG!
*DVOC*TC MUSS ROOM
! I"...............
......
COUGH LOZEIL
V''*' '-'' *-'- "*'*****V>>6*,
I "GOD'S WAY G,j
SALVATION
| made runr-
J 30, Central Avnua,|
N. Ireland.
that Norman Yard;.
tain of YorkshliT. will be re-
called | mm
Yardley know, the Auslr
lians. He was t aptaiu of n;
land when Sir Donald Hradtnan
brought his men cm
yeajs ago. Thus he
good man to skipper England
dining the coming seawni
against the Watt Ii
preparation for the toui of Au.-
tralia next wlnuH
Others, apart frmi
spoken of as "posKlbb
fred Wooller. the formal W.Wi
rugby unVmational of Glamorgan,
and Reg Simpson of N
headed th. Tas| batting averaged
against the New Zoalandtn last
naajoa
Daskvt Ball
Starts February
Tt\t Cbmmlller of ManajemTOl
of inr Basket Ball Aaauclalioo
haa dcidad to atari thr Baakct
Ball season from Um lajt week In
fi1>iuar> club, are askod to
send In their entries m. ih,
alHliatlon tev to the Se>ri-li..
A W. Synunontb. Bank llau Koad
by the end of this tru
reUnes of afflliatcil clubs will be
notllled of the dale of Oil- Annual
General Meetln, whl.b srul Ik-
held in Frbruary.
Barbadians Col Mulu-hn lld the
M lh.lt the toui u]ll M
alvan the utmost publui
Venezuelan press
Brat] Day
As far as the games a*
cerned the> wan lookn
very much to the lour u
thi three lest i.iatilie, to be
pluyed. they would u
..
of Ihc niatihes would
Abuuf thiity nteiiona and Poa
faM man
tot leam >ood luck, and
.' UMl quickly becauu-
I behlinl I
II .'.'I
.
I I
await neu
Among those al
Ml .ii
t Ed.hlll, Mi .1 B . |
Ml) M.i
.no laiml.v. Mrs Jj.k k.
'A .
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n I. tha
AostialMiis. Dimblcbv mndr i"
before belni rauphl ai the nickel
' IIijih i u.iv unililc.ited
lose with 4,6, Nabwtl
" w lmed at
I runs.
kruter
C'liionueultli
\\ ins Again
JAMSIitiJl'UH. Jan. y
Bcortng their Arsl (. m n,
Zonal Axaursa tha
Zone by 1U wickct.s. a day aheac.
of scheduU
'
wealth .8.i and N
and I2m
loa laft ..mi bowler
look ", ..
tones second innings, and was the
CAM i.i, tor in his tean
Zone's osasj i
out batsmen had wip.
:
the stuck u> aaaaa .i
oHa| sg
. tor the
'.ilure. (or u.-
matting surface was unafl
Uie two days' play Trl
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rtU Basbi The vessel ts under the command ol Lit
I \ f : Rd the chief scientists aboard
r J. Hart. Mr. R. Clarke and Mr. R. I Currie. all mem-
ihc National Institute of Oceanography
24 Men Are Sailing
25,000 Miles
LONDON (By Mail).
ATTEMPTS to trap the "missing link c I t:
cavern-mouthed Latimenu chalumnae. thought to have
become extinct 50 million years ago is beint; made by
the British research ship William Scoresby which Bailed
Erogn London last week.
What is claimed to be the big- research work at Oxford before
gist Hsh trip, the longest fishing joining the institute Currie will
line, the biggest fish hook and icmain aboard for the whole trip
deepest trawl over made were Millions of creatures too tiny to
:< aded aboard the ship which has be seen will also be ilshed for with
taken three scientists and 21 bottles at the I8.QO0 i<
crew men on a 25.000 mile, ten with delicate silken trawls on
months research cruise
OtT the shore of East London.
South Africa, the seas' missing
link is believed still, to exist.
Konald 1 Cunie, the !l-ya>r-
old biologist, who Is making the
trip, can identify the Latlmena
thalumnae
One, was caught off East Lon-
don by a trawler in 1938 accord-
ing in Currie and it was hardly
likely to be alone.
Tin- trawler men had the sense
to sand it to a South African mu-
eum. Inert* they fluffed the
skin ami the all-
important insides."
Kemoie CaVfcgftN
Cunie. vounue-
il the National
Institute of On
lhal the chances of rinding me Rah
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IB might tuiti the
trMi
I'i v \ Macklntoah, director
bv-liiM.I lint
UM instituu
tish trap.
Until 1H38. th;it lish a
only as a fussil. An.i today we've
I t*S I kill lli~ iiiMdca would
throw a lot of light on evolution."
he dee] .
The William Scoresby
i M ilu- bursting of three boiler
l i'.irture.
The ship will sail to Dakar.
Wait Africa, mil to Capetown.
Mirveying the Bonguala current
Uttl Coast, then on to
10 mark whules In order
course of aeai
nation. Some l.BOO whales will
W- lagged by painless darts
labelled "I pound reward on re-
turn to Colonial Office, London."
ronr I.mi,
Ll Commander A F Maclle of
captain of ,
*th""!/*"'" ,our un',or nrln
i.' lu-inah darts to mark the
nasal ,
. D"'_,T I- Hart, of the Marine
biological station. Plymouth, i, in
I research work until the
Ml Capetown, where be
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