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PACE TWO DAY ADVOCATE T7TP 'V .I1V1 \RY f.-.-.-.-. •,-,-.•,-.-.-,-.-,-. .,-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-. %  .: %  .: % %  GLOBE THEATRE TO-NKJIIT at I.M ind ( ontlnulnj 5 A g.W IN — IN GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME r With HAU IM BOOB • >' IWH Mi Ml fen hiring: ABJfOI Svncooatinc il) Ami yev > in your eye ar eves Urt me to wint You (4) Thr Paean EatfC Sonc not purlilai k-)i))rkrl Tickets. (gft) MU KICK JOM v i Manager. Globe Theatre) FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION THE GRAND HOTEL in I'lCES ADA ii W.I Bathrooms to nearly every '. k i % %  Bi • Hi ,ins—also Outboard M hi H duicd journeys to beach. (rum $10.00 to $14.00 per day :. Lunch. Dinner I DO pel prison) fr. in SO.OO to $7.00 per day %  .nch. Dinner. KIN! u.l vi : Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alky, I'hone 4683. INTERCOLONIAL (RICKEl!! | BRITISH GUIANA versus BARBADOS nI HISTORIC KENSINGTON OVAL 111 II I. In. U I" II. 13 and II i I i IIii.ii, il. 17 l| -il gad II i i UmUMONi niTl.k'l %  I III... I..I -I I.kll i i i II ,> ill ill Prtee iii-i ii1 Il MIS — — Sic. per Day illjlf Met gflei |.n LvatfaMa at I/ate Dai i %  mi MHAOM i in ii i .--HI i ITION IM H l' in .-, -.-.'.'.-.'.'.Finger on the Pulse |_|I S GoviTTior. Ha Mr. A. W L Save*and i the "pr:vate of portraits and pictures by Mrs. E. Dorothy McAviiy. P R.S.A., at the Drill Hall on Friday afternoon. As Patron of the S.PC.A., Hit Excellency declared xf,< pened. Among the many guests Invited by thr m an d Lady Colly more. Sir John and Lady ; and Mrs. A H. Campbell, Dl Mrs H Mr. and Mrs. Packer, Dr and Mrs Dean Klein d Mr* B. Carter, ': idler, Lt Col. and Mr* Council. Commander and Mrs. Smithies, Mr and Mrs. T. S. v and Mrs. Guflllat Dr. and Mrs. Fui;imer-Moore and many Canadian and American %  Film Show at Wakefield A S AN experiment the British Council is giving its newseries of Monday film shows a' 4 45 p.m. instead of the usual time In the evening. It thought that there may he many i>c>plc who would prefer to §t* a (11m show on leaving their work rather than come back lo In the evening and toward< Ihi md of th" show have to watch the clock anxiously so as .i to miss the last bus home If the response to this experl'i-nt Justifies It. the shows will I continued at th!s time Admission to the film show is fre. and for adults OOl H*f R^ *\ I required. The pmJjl commlttet Cwdb C**Uwq Wor,d TWrTT? W AS '" "^It V '"da, m ,*\ 'oadc^J** rou* the ln -'li'lifl.Blt i?S .: %  phone—the rw? number ot dig, ",;'"" Theo,,^ lainly made a B-^'I reeeptlon %  „ 2* be Iriteres,,,,, N '." %  !'• %  av ul lhJi> '.-.la*. smiths ••Sh.sJJjM '"" *•* partTli'i broadcast ,.^* Mr Don. ol th, %  I told m. u^,%  i number unite wore "nablt? to iLj wouw eon.. to % %  & asked Crib to S* *'ho might be ^ ihey should be White Park b7| u I'roadcast sta,^ nnx f'iT the show or atonJnnuary Iflth is n h I Lali-sf Ni-wn Flim. Showinu the Berlin Airlift parade. Skyrocket Plane in U S.A lor-General of Nigeria laying foundation stone of new Cathedral Princess Elizabeth in Malta etc. etc. .Vein nVrieto of 1949 Jiilim Caesar. Th um" scene from this famous play. Brutus is played h% Peiil Avlnu-tand Mark Antony by Leo Genn both of whom are well known British actors of stage and The film is produced bv Sydney Box. A film in technicolOUf describing the Industry—the backhone of Britain's industrial power. For Beauty Contest ISS ANTON1A ZIADIE. Miss Most Beautiful FIKrunner-up in LFFT Portrait of Mr> Hlevsn. wlfr of r llran Klrvsn on H1IO at lh.Itr.ll IUII II ttw BxMbitlon of NHtgMl Uai MUM W b% tttt, B. I>"rlh* %  aAvHl FRS\. At ligkl portr.it of 4n II F Shrete, wife of Ilr II F Skeetr. Pawed Exam Spent Two Weeks N EWS has Just been PBCeivi I that Miss Marion Garner. .1 ompiising Mrs. rj-rhadlan now studving in the A. W Sentl. Mrs Glynn Reed and „_ „~ rf -..(th hnnours. Store, Trinidad, returned home •... %  U 0,,-et ,e. .,^eUI H h, V.O.f*. "** |^-'* „„..>!,., b.. D HI I i -line ,..,>.„( Cabaret Show At Drill Hall snd her Fint Vi lih 1 ago, U5.A £* Mr. Clarence locTi! "oak is no. ,£** ") Ihc island. H '„ Friday mornlns b, *" 0b M Sadovnik, wife of thiMis. C. B. Stuart arc working hard Manhutt.ni yaatarday by B.W.I.A. alter sjienilof Borg and Back und Trinidad b weeks' holiday. tuT panted by hu wlfc '"yingatthewtoaj Mi Ince is ProkaJ _... > „ ..v.nninalion at the Manhml.111 ycslcmay Dy H.w.l.A. alter spenou. oorg and Back Os. preparing lor the Grand C'al.. r t< Sl n „„| .,. ., inn two weeks' holiday here. She of Ine Borg Warner 0, 1949" and IflM Jamaica' icat, and Mrs. Oartruda Miss Jamaica of 1949. reporter of the "Gleaner", have been Invited by Ihc Colombian Government to take part iii a beauty eontest to be held at Bar. ranqullla be-fore the opi the Pan American Games. Thcv leave for Barranquilla on Jan 17. and will be the guests of the Colombian Government for two T.C.A. Flight Delayed P.C.A Might which was due Barbados yesterday morning %  i in Montreal for 24 hours due to bad wiather. Id) will take the form of a mannequin parade at the Drill Hall on Saturday. February 4. at 9.00 p.m. This .how is in aid of the St Philip Baby Welfare Centre and the St. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clinic There will be a lovely moon and good music supplied by Mr Clivir Qlttgffll and his orchestra. Among those taking part u Misses Grace Bishop. Danhne Clark*. Fay Chase. Norrno Mascoll. Rachael Evelyn, Chrl Gracie, Dorothy Roberts. GracWard. Anne Keevll, Muriel AshHy, Brenda dikes. Brenda Smit; K 7. Walcott. Mrs. D H L. Ward. Mrs. C. B. Stuart. Mrs. U B Hi Gerald, Mrs. E. L. Ward. M Crowe. Mrs. R. C. Springer. Mrs C. Noott. Mrs. S. Wolfe an M. I* D. Skewcs-Cox. in MM To Join Husband HS J rVdamin eamt in from Trinidad on Wcdn' nwi A. to join her husband who l< now taking charge of I hoe Co.. Md until the new Manager arrive* She w • lying at Coral v. %  Back To Venezuela IOHN KtiD III and Mrs Ren' and small daughter, who have been spending a long vacation at "Cacrabank" have returned to Venezuela after what they described os a wonderful holiday. Mr. Reid represents the B.F. Goodrich Company. Laboratory Technician. was accompanied by Miss Garner is the second riaughMiss Nunla SaaoVnlfc and Mister of Mr D D. Garner. M.C.P ol Esther Zakrzowski who are both Marchncld. St. Philip and Mrs students it St JosVpt) Garner Who Is at present in the They wot -the Hotel rjxj. Royal. \fR AND Mrs. Eri t iT *Chicago, U5A*i lay by air via i and Trinidad on thari the island for two staying at k| M" They are Hotel Mr. Johnson Inland Wire ProducOft REG CASEY seen receiving a Silver Cup Iron) Mrs. Clifford Kephlrin at the All Star Nlghl at the Globe Theatre .111 Friday ntght. Casev. who sang "Again" earried uff lirsi prize. Tlle Cup was pre*ri)ted on behalf ul /.rpliirins Bak< I u IB, In the eentre is Mr. Mauriee Janes. Manager of the Globe. Congratulation! Returning He lyfl 13P. MATHUi •*• Manager of IC| treal who was here hi two months In rtmta Ihc inauguration of 71 vice expects to rng headquarters by TCA.I Mr. W. A. C. Ska mauling as Renda) I and has taken up rtt "Three Arches." Ngrjti History Of But TPHOSK inlorMttd • %  history ot Birta have a chance ol Ihcir knowledge whip Shllston. lecluna night ot 8.15 the YJU Mr. Shllstone will wt Early History of BltM ^ponsoral KMra-inural OrplrMa University College of Indies. There will be n Ihl series, tha -:i-t m :a Ev lie le a Pmg, i HONSUOHM lira, \ in.: In to Tuesday Nighl at 8.30 IIKITK DAVIS -:ROBERT OOMXBY In JIM-: BRIDE" with siNTBt, Bait) LYNN A H .uner Bros, new laugh-team in the happiest hit ol their lives I Wednesday at 5 & 8..1O p.m. Thursday Nighl at 8.30 Helmut I'AViiM Philip DOKN. Jean SULLIVAN in "ESCAPE IN THK DESERT A Warner Bros. Picture V.V.W.V.V/AvV.V/'.W.V.'.V///,* MOIH ItMSI Yoni BATH II \sl\S—While lireen. Pink TILES—White and tirc.-n ELECTKK AtTDMATIC WATEK HEATEKS—... s und 15 l. .I!..... nii.ll AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SUITES YORKSHIRE COma PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sizes LEAH PIPB—H", '•/ n 4 ". IV BIB It STOP COCKS &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. C ONGRATS lo Mr. and Ormond Itollock ol Bleck Hock. St. Inrlh ol a son 01 I Holh mo: line to ." Comingi And Ga M il. AND Mrs. JoHl ol Ihc U.S.A. tm 011 Wednesday by BM .1 ., holiaij the MarmeHat cl C OKGR/ lo ,„ .„„ .,_" u.jon Thursday u> B.WJA in of Bank HalL on a birth of daughter M acssta %  K.'f 1 !*! 8 1 W **** hOUm 8bouW '. bta ho toaro wbt M ta>acn irom a trout 7 (ft. —>''* conteuoei lor rtturntjd fruit, IJI '" :L.W *** rourieli* to do th* Vir"*, f boring exUtayioa, igi no l4j from Aden. (*i snouid nut* a parlect cm#. (| t. Ait amber oonteUba \%. 141 j. Ju*t rouod balL O) '" iSnffif IS? M * ^ Uo : il. Aa %  clue this is n ot original, %  ,. M. This aiu la atuoyment. 1+1 J*. -Veui. vidt. vfel'* mar o : ;aiiuilr to yoa, but what U it l mm I?* 3 Uiiaeratandluas. 141 mil (> Miss Francis Goes Shopping T HI I* V.V.: Kiid. and SBOODg tha bargain huntari %  %  %  %  Trinidad, and Evelyn Framis frotn Bai badoi. %  %  liday and ait ; irine Hotel. M R ,„ b b Below Zero s Giinbert, Ms Port-of-Spain. Ti dome by B.WIA day after spending weeks' holiday here. Hi rompamed by his wiha. they were staying III I M R. C. Avcrboukhcfl Project. Diego Ml dad. returned home bf yesterday. He had *p> in the island and watW Motel Royal. *" .'iiuVta'ut^a. n wou7^o?* W North wlu Vh.VM *-:.rr?r.J? oux l" ia ' *<*• ahr,,,i in ,u,.rjuie k,.!,,., -—. :iurgablf. brtaka ant i. Thia. bolt. .. -. A swunmlng animal, (ft) 0. Make* cotnw in Sao. (51 o. A lama .Ida J 141 \i S 1 ?' "a; !" ar.. si na'. not onM.nl. (|^* KnN ?" ""jOaraioua with a faiounw !? rStt* I'SI 10 '""• '" l'J What a tuuttura I it< w ft "winaTnththj*. (4i 32 Pound sn pu.'or IP J*^ lvry day things arc happening throughout the world sod in different a/ Canada which have a director indirect bearing on Canadian corpora lionet and their lecuritiea. One of oux jobs is to keep a linger on the pulse of business throughonl the world. Our Canadian hran,lit \ ki p ul in close touch with affairs in ail pevru of tha Dominion; our offices in New York, London. Jamaica and correspondents in other important centres are alto in constant cnwmumtttioa with Head Office. All information received is carefully analyzed in relation to variostf •acuity situations. This information is available to investors; it is part of* aW ksoliiiei included iu what wc urru A n-mDLtt investment serrica. IMPORTANT C ^ANADIi\NS ,iVfK niuce Procopf. * nved in BarUnk.tor . A *-l al-law. Trinidatf. holiday aal home by B.W.IA. yai" is simply wonderful especially • fter coming iron, the cold U|i ]\>f R AND Mrs. Da* is 1Y1 and tlicir two aw about 10 dcRrces below zero. for Trinidad by B.W.1A 1 Ry^TOQtOTK—Heres ho'. AXYDLB v X R is i. ONQI 1 1io %v Itat simply atands for another. In tWi for thr ihrre L's. X for th,>log.am t^Uotntlon W T E P. S M S LDCUE8Y M C F JDSEM GDS JUYOST8B UOSD%  ". — U O C B. •* S i TSELr H E N R To !" o JOHN WHITE SHOES n 01 W. C. Pit-field & Company, Limited MONTREAL Correspondents: MANNING & CO., LIMITED Bridgetown Barbados TANS AND BLACK IM HHHHM.I. MHHS A SPECIAL OFFER a, :.0 and ...OO A PA] J



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-fT „lV JASrABYli.HM SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THREE James Mason, in Hollywood Pictures, i.s Taking A Beating from the Critic J THE BRITISH FILMS ARE DOING WELL To Set Up 'Young Vic' Company In America • Mi.ilir From Frederick look WHAT a Hollywood doing to W J£K. Mason.' Two ol n, pictures are snowing on ji,v, and this areai actor r^yyterrible beating from ^^Hollywood's staunches! zZ n are calling Masons ^Zi, Vftes Side me of the 1-t rfenngs (or some lime. !" f fc W York Times complains h# plavs "at though burdened w the weight of the world." £ comes >n lor even rougher Mtment (or his performance in .'ttWkless Moment. l-r.s one. the New York _j. Sews critic writes: "His role lie Reckless Momer" is the unsuitable yet. Mason gets billing, but it's Joan Bennett s ^ aU the way-. Competition bver has Hollywood faced a w year with such tough comfton on its home grounds as _* British dims have -__ to join The FmUtm Mol. rinc in the box office dollars %  new French drama—and a one—a film from Italy, one Sweden, and even one from 1 quality as well as number id still holds first place. The have bean going wild over tt LiKlf fstond I Whisky Galore rWsh cinemas) Overnight it become the picture no New rUer can afford to miss. One tatic reviewer called it "the ehucklesome comedy of the Third Nane experts liked too. The I Mr. Beeebam. our old The Chi Item Hundreds vet another new name (It CELESTE HOLM la Sh. stoops te Oets|Mft was Yes M'Lord on the stage here). Least successful in ^atherinR laurels among the new British foursome is Ne Room at the Inn. which New Yorkers in holiday mood are finding too grim. They thought better of Silent Dast. the rtlm version of the stage play. The Paragon. France's offering is Battle of the Rails, a tale of French railwayman's contribution to the Resistance, with narration spoken by Charles Boyer. Technically beautiful, as always. Flashing Swords Italy's film is The Pirates of Capri, all mollo vivace and Hashing r.words and court intrigues and revolution—lots of activity but not much action. Good as costume dramas go. Sweden does somewhat better with The Children, a sensitive. :>-titled little : orphans and their pet goat. A wholesome, altogether t-reditable rllm. Stem But Earnest The Russian picture. Yea** Guard, is stern and far too long, but an earnest salute to the young men who gave their liver in the defence of their homeland. It is propaganda, of course, but lably so. The plctun lour hours long, has been cut to two and a quarter for she here, and the result is uneven. Magnificent photography. Ku Dmitri Shostakovich JJest of the current none-toogood batch from Hollywood is \d*Ms Rib. with Spencer Tracv. Katharine Hepburn and Judv Hi lliday. The* New PI i>~ The Velvet Glove, by Rosemary Casey. Stars. Walter Hampden and Grace (targe. mikl, thyi lifts* comedy effort about the way in which a rather nice old nun blackmails her bishop by undermining his campaign to raise money for a seminary. A kindly and placid show in welcome contrast to some of the sex-drenched neurotic stuff on which Broadway has been nourished lately. But the glove could At a little better for some of the cast. How Long Till Summer? by Sarett and Herbert Rudley. Star. Josh White, famous negro troubadour. Yet another play about the colour problem. A negro lather wrestles with his conscience in a dirty deal, his son wrestles with bewilderment at his first encounter with racial prejudice. Lots of inner turmoil, not much %  theatre" How long till closing'.' Bitter The Rat Race, by Garson Katun. Stars, Betty Field and BarnNelson. A bitter chronicle voungsters trying to "make the grade'" on Broadway. Some funny situations, but not sufficient story. The Rat Race will not finish in ULfl JOAh HKL£.\WOOU ... . II tPMsJrg Galore WM End. she stoops to CosMrner, Maurice iviv.il of the Goldsmith Celeste Holm. Brian Aherne, Ezar Stone. Burl tvee. This is the first of lour plays Evans Is to do at the off-Broadwuy City ivmre— top price Si (21;Mt SI 20 (8. 6d.(—in a ->lish a Young Vic company here. Magnificent! Plays io follow. The Corn is Green (with Eva LeGallienne). The Devil's Dis, ir-lr King and old-tune movie star Victor Jory). and a fourth yet to be picked. Attractions for the New Year holiday period inch.: ll\. Member or use Weddin: Meddler's dramatisation of her novel of the MI Happy As Larr. by Donagh MacDonagh, which London and Dublin already. Direction by Muiness Meredith. —1..K.S. ..RIDE." Warner Bros* hilarious comedy. CMM Aquatic cinema last Friday tarring Bette Davis and Robert Montgomery The First Lady of 'he Screen indulges in her first led role i n almost eight years. Time Bride" is laid in Indiana, %  sing story of a H'up of New York magazine p;ople who practically invade (he community to get .i story for :heir June issue. Henry Blanke pro•I Warner Bros*. IIMTMI QUICKSAND "—This Is a story at ; %  man who through the love of %  nc crime and thniigh this crime was forced to commit many more. Mickey Rooney has the leading role. IKiii pi re MICKEY"—A new singing personality comes to the screen as I %  ni l.-mis BUttgf in a rip roaring musical, and she has a good voice too. Ol* IIIIII. KIM OF THE CANYON"Singing Cowboy Gene Autry and kl combine their talents to bring to the screen a western v.itry sings, rides. Shoots and fights. ITS HERE AGAIN/ Fay Compton—Famous English Actress II* I IM^MIMI OJI* U no time did Fay Compton __ any other areei but the S She was, indeed, surroundry Its influence from lier birth. grandfather. Colonel Batehad owned the Lyceum London and had given j Irving his first chance. Beshe was In her teens she had %  %  km to !eam the technique of at from such excellent teachss her father. Edward CompL bar auats Isobel leading lady lenry Irving) and Kate Compiler mother Virginia tertian, also an actress. In her 00) holidays. Fay had always %  en to go with her father on tours—he had his own comsy—rather than go to the seawas her brother Compton %  Stenne. '.he veil-known au%  *, who advised her to go and Mlaner. of the famous "Fol', for whom he was writing M and sketches. Terribly ^•wus, r l( ve Pelissier a |se of her songs and imperNtioru and was taken on at less I £4 a week. A fortnight baiter a game of tennis at his fc Pelissier, lying uncomfortlon a gravel path, proposed ber. and Fay. not taking him eusly. welted him with tennis fc Undismayed Pelissier reted his proposal once a week %  she said 'yes'' he considers the next two U, when she was a Follies gtrl as well as Mrs. Pelissier and delighted thousands with her playfulness and her mimicry. ,, s the best possible training for the Stage she could have had. Then her husband died suddenly and this 10-year-old girl with delicate classical features and lovely Titian hair was left almost a penniless widow with a babv son. After a desperate search for another job she was altered a part which demanded fluent German. Knowing not a word of the language she bluffed It out. sat up all night with a German governess, and by next morning was able to remember both the meaning and the accent of her lines. She is in the tradition of those great actors of the past who could switch rapidly from one form of acting to quite another and whose courage and resource was equal to almost any vicissitude. She is not "temperamental". For her, acting is a professional job, and he is called upon to do she does, whether it is tragedy, comedy, "fey" parts, singing and dar.'ing, filming, pantomime, or even musical hall turns. And the remarkable thing is that in everything she undertakes she succeeds completely and makes a firm and lasting impression. She followed Iris Hoey in a I'lidy called The Pearl Girl, and there she met Lauri de :v vho became her second husband. In 1916 she, with a chorus, did England's nisi striptease act in o revue called FoJiow The Crowd, which made her the Belle of the Trenches. Soon after this she was in a "straight" play. The Boomeratio. which was produced by Charles Hawtrey. and she starred with H. B. Irving In The Processor's Lone Story, In about the worst woman's part that • •ver wrote. But Barrle made handsome amends for this later on. Me chose lay Compton for his Peter Pan in 1917. and then wrote a play specially for her—his famous fantasy Mary Rose. It is easy to understand why he did so. There is I fey" quality about Fay Compton and an invincible effect of innocence about her which in Mary Rose often reduced her audience to > some magic of her own she conveyed the feeling of "other-wo KVness" so that as someone once wrote, "Mary Rose is Fay Compton, and Fay Compton is Mary Rose." Indeed, she was a Barrie leading lady par excellence. It l playing an unforgettable Phoebe Throssel in Quality Street that she married her thiru husband, Leon Quartermaine. Just Itefore this, both of them had made a great impression in Somerset Maugham's The Circle, portraying modern youth with an almost disturbing fidelity. It would be hard to imagine a more startling contrast between plays. Years before, Maugham had written to her: "When you are driving along in your Rolls Royce, swathed in sables on a muddy day, and you see me on the pavement plodding along on my flat feet, just tell your chauffeur not to splash me." Neither the sables nor the Rolls Royce are hers even now. She is not that sort of actress but she can look back on triumph tot many a rich woman would exchange her car and her sables, and probably a great deal more. One ol these is her Ophelia which she played for the first time to John Harry mores Hamlet in I8M and for the last time in 193 to John Giclgud's Hamlet at Kronborfl i ce, to ecstatic Danish audiences. She was acknowledge as the t'incsi Ophelia ol her i.rneration and one casehardened critic wrote that she had 'the quality of elves weeping under the Moon." Another is her Paulina in The I role, which is said to be v part and perhaps %  sit superlative of her ciirevr. But indeed, whether she la a fairy-like Titania, an entrancing Rosaline (of Love's Labour Lost), or a stony-hearted Regan, you feel that she is an actress who would have, warmed Shakespeare's heart. And from such varied parts she turns with ease to a youthful or an aged Queen in Housman's Victoria Reyina. a skilfully un-gay wife in Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, or a monster of caUotH cruelty in that grim play Little Foxes. When Fay. who is tender-hearted to a degree and once wrote to Mussolini .ompiaining of the 1 nt <>f horses In Italy, was lisUktft playiiu misympathetu rOUM at leplied. *E ail, 1 play the heavy I willingly l>ccause I have so often had to play the dream No other English actress has •ver had so many tirst-class piavwnght* at her beck and call, and yet no! only doc* she not non pantomime, she || the pi Principal Boy of her time! No matter how silly the songs or il the lines, she makes of something which ilelights the %  •up. And after doing two ihowi a day for six fhrj as fresh .it the end of '.en weeks as she was at the begbu | | .jipeated with cess on the music hall, and illm:. secretly find an ']\rn %  •crressr STAR RoUn Hood or Dick Whliiington l.asl WMI('| Winnt-r WINNER o| ] Star is Allan WlUrond New Road, the name ,.( the St*i is Ann Sold.in. Quick, easy way to new loveliness PONDS COLD & VANISHING CREAMS FACE POWDERS LIPSTICKS POND'S Ixab Ponl'i * ''". -V*" *"*• md Lmlm mclwit: THE IAIIY MAV BLANGU, WM ANNS MOAOAN, AND TIM UiWt UBSOLA MANKUS. *a 1*. PAINTS BY LEWIS BERGER & SONS LUX LONDON BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES & YOUR OFFICES with MATROIL A BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. WASHABLE FIAT WALL FINISH Ak your Dcalrr for Colour Card or apply Io: GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LID. 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rom 81 \li.H \li\OCATF. SUNDAY, JIM WRY I GORDO\ PROVERBS nm F Worrell Scores CHAiSWLESS 108 .... ^ Brilliant Century TllV. high the first trial match played a' i] was a chanceless 108 by Gordon Proverbs of WaniKenneth Goddard. a slow right arm spinner was the most successful bowler capturing five wickets for fifty runs. Mr. John Goddiird's X /-> ;. KET fans In the West Indies were disappointed when il was ulnjt their fiist innin(g iX)ok hell V -i a few davs ago lhal George Headley, Wwl Indies and $con to 2 ?0 In reply to Mr Fam %  .*tar player would not be available for the Jamaica-Trinidad er s X I total of 71. In their second ,nial tournament to open there next week Innings Mr. Farmers XI hit f i We were ram to hear, according to a cabled Press Message, that fnr the lo „ o( on . w)ck et HiJL h,d pulled" a muscle and would not be able to make the trip Johnnie Lucas and Proven 7 iter news from Jamaica in thai connection was in the nature of a bombthel! and was to the effect that financial negotiatio: %  Ad the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association had broken down and the great George had been Mean* | not to be available for the tour. To the Board's offer to Headley of expenses and fnmi!> al of 1100.80 and a captain's allowance of $100 80. he had cow %  a demand for $376 and expenses excluding famtl. allowances. continued for Mr. Goddard's XI yesterday to the bowling of iT MlUington and E Atkinson on a K.KHI wicket Millir,. down a maiden in the to J. Lucas from the Pai Atkinson taking a longer run | %  crbs but WM unsuccessful Mi 1 %  tinued to bowl steadil? keeping both batsmen In checK. The 150-inark was soon reached. After Millington's J 5th 0W. K OoOVand was brought 'in In place of Atkinson in his fi IMPORTANT QUEgTIOKS EAI8ED T HIS Is more or less a domestic matter between Headley and hi Board but as a whole it poses some ver> imp-wian* ; esent set-up of West Indies cricket It is no secret that the Indie* Cricket Board of Control are n< Ir/nrcolonlal cricket as well and so from the afi iMTTCd across an a I :ippenings must be of. more than passing interest. T v hall I am still wondering at the fart that th.Weal Indian cricket carefully. public were given the excuse that Headle> had pulled • muscle uhii • it was a matter of financial differences. They are entitled to better At the other end N< n treatment This leads one to ask whether or not Mines Johnson may shall who relieve 1 Milllngu.-. not be another financial problem child or he has Indeed pulled l opened his over to J. I... the pavfJloa end and sent down The time has come for some very plain speaking and some promp" a maiden. Lucas' end came when measures If a man is not available v.te tried to pull MM to '.he leg side if the reason must be given at all. I am in favour from boundary from Goddard missed ihe W< i both those who pull if the occasion arises those who pull funn> %  tSd was caught by Atkir hurt sflgaVI Smith (College) foiled I catch. But in the last ball of th same over he Jumped out to drive, missed the ball and was quickly stumped by Gerald Wood Rranker (Cnblr & Wireless) then joined Proverbs who n<\ ed worried, and took his first run -If Goddard J A WUUaini on the boundary delighted with some lively fieldii.: BLAME THEMSELVES T HI WatST IMUKS Cricket Board of Contp to blame if they find themselves In en u with professionals in thThenare rules to be revised and amendments to be ratified but this has not yet been individual bullying, soft soaping; nor evasion li going to goh trick', question of pay for play whenever it raiseThere is not much money to be n %  '--<• Intercolonial tours when the high price of transportation and boarding and lodging are taken Into consideration. Added to this, un> ments that came into being since the .xperiment with the quadraiiKul. i seric I Trinidad. Jamaica. I DM quarter of the expenses ol the travelling of h.lenoluiiial team that make^ a tour during the year. easdv be seen from this that there is not a considerable margin i( any, to toy with the idea of paying West Indian professionals, (lot only they are eligible for these senes) any handsome sum for plawng JAMAICA BOARD ACTED WISELY I T would be much better to do without them sad give else the opportum'o their worth I tnink that the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket A turning down Headley's request in the CU II would have created a most dangerous precedent and migt • re constituted a source of embarrassment not only to U* lanttlca Cricket Association but to other cricket bodies in the fulun %  wcver, forgive any false statement to hidt state of affall are entitled : positi< I reports like pulled muscles and the like to cloud a serious issue only serve to infuriate the public when the truth Incomes known and also place journalists who depend upon the \ i • of such ID I most ludicrous position TRIAL DULL AS DITCH-WATER D ULL as ditch-water is my description of the First Trial game in preparation for the forthcoming Intercolonial tournament with hi took his first strike from God .nana. I did not see most of Thursday's play, the first day dard taking a single between first of the game, hut yesterday's was a dreary long drawn out funeral and second slip. In Httrmntini* I . %  that Gordon Proverbs in a verv careful and painsto hit a six overhead off GoddnM taking innings carried his Thursday's score of 23 i<> 108 yesteio %  .as caught Wttha 0 <>n the boundary by A. Lawless f Proverb! if hli Inning* was particuCable Wireless. The scoreboard < strained since he Das not had so successful a sensed and is read 221 for seven wickets obviously out tu impress the selectors. On [hi ;• no excuse for the geanraj tendcm. yesterday to pet half vote nd to nuke nutf m atroekaual) stump and even on the pad. I about the whole affair & Proverbs' %  ueceaaful batting Land catch by Phillipin the slip to wood oil an outswing. r gcaileni and iiplding of Charlie Taj n indication ,.,i of play Goddard and G. Proverbs at th in the coming lournament, because cricket can be careSklppe CAWNPORE. Jan. 14. • A BRILLIANT 122 not out by Frank Worrell. !' bados and West Indies Test cricketer, was chiefly responsible toi Commonwealth XI compihn. lien the fourth unofficial Test opened here. Jock Livingston, the Commonweal!) also played a notable role with 80. Commonwealth won ttkt %  and took first knock or. They met with early Hasflett And Morris Sore Centnyiefl vs. Bonier XI es by ijndsay Hasse't. the captain and Arthur nanrrni nelped the Austr.lians. put on 411 for 4 on the opering day of the r Ilcder XI nere. Morris hit 106 fa cer.tury of th* D tU batted three hour* and Idt II I gave one difficul* Hassett was still unbeaten at the end of the day wl'h 106. which i eluded 1 slat and 5 (oun He hai ••hen he had -< being dropped the Thorne. Ken An her. who helped Morn* In an opening stand of 197. missed his hundred ihat uv ing pair were back in the with only 19 runs scored. Then the I nweeJl n Jock Llvlngn d the %  West Indian, [I ?rank |:ame together m stand of 151 IJcfore Uving|cton was out for grj wag till unbeaten at |the close, having .red 122 runs bell's first cenItury in the presTest 5>cries. 'and included 9 i H'IKU fours. The Commonwealth touring side no second. THE time is now ripe for us to take stock of the two. we saw in 1W9 and the three-year-olds we expect to , %  T'* 1 Starting off with my own Free Handicap, here is how {** last year's crop over the distance of six furlongs ft?* 1 130 lbs.— Bow Bells Bones 125 11*. ?J •n lbs.-Top Flight 118 lb* 1'riM.v,,,,,,, 118 uIT*' 15 ll>Colleton U5 lbj JV^ 115 lbs. lm SunQleTmJ Brown Girl 105 France Hi:! lbs. -Ceres 102 lbs ins Sunny HOIK* I I >ne two-year-olds were those phu-.! first four in the thirteen races which wore framed for ihZ!^ Trinidad and Barbados. Comparing'them with former >**,, il was one of the best seasons we have ever had ;ind uL!1 perhaps only slightly below the standard set in 1947 h v 1 Path, Will O'the Wisp II, Brown Rocket, etc. Of coun* of guess work plays Its part in that assumption for th* sim!!, that the two-year-old racing al the last Christmas meL decidedly botched up. The end of the season was thertfn^' conclusive 1 lUy turned out in the Din aim this one is left more or less in the air. However, then* % %  _• The neon wag than 172 for next man in and faced the last ball from Goddard. But D did not last long as he was soon out tn attempting to pull Goddard Ing to the pavilion after he had to the leg boundary and gave an scored .1 chanceless 108 yesterda. easy ratch to Atkinson at square against Mr. W. A. Farmer's XI leg. Ofl the second day of \N. S LUCM fallowed Drayton. three-day Trial Match. Marshall continued to IK>W| steadily. In Oodnkrd's nhttfi over N. S. Lucas was given a "III Atkinson was 29 %  lien he lifti"! QJM tu COVai lltd end Smith 31. runs. He was at the wicket for three hours, I? nunute 93. and hit 6 fourSam Loxton helped the score along with 81. hit in 82 minutes with 2 sixfours, and with Hassett added *7 GORDON PROVERBS returnfor the 4th wicket Rruier The %  tcli I onlinues to-day. Ma w nMin> || i. ( i nniBfv mm. 1. t.Olili.tRUs XI —1.| Innlni ,. %  H M*r*nall Ibw 1, Atklnion G Provrrb* c N Mt.h*n b J Lurai r Atklnwn b Goddard w n.>i..r, c Aiki^^on bGoddsrd N Luca< alpd wk G W^od b Goddard I Blanker c Fariw b Goddard • C lJku b Goddard Marshall Hill S-lffl. 7—So. 1 the wickel and J Ooddard r K^Goddard b_T, lload Ifc pundied Goddard regular 1: the boundary. Undecided Millingtoii w$ on and Branker was very und-rided about his strokeever fell %  victim to Goddarl while hitting out. He was caught bj Skipper Farmer Holding mid off. C. Alleyne the next n %  Hoad K. (. dea II Kina ^ k. Wo I>. Phillip %  ToUl i. ua, aw. 10 tm. level. are again without Vi lay lormer captain, dred hand had not re,,l!ow htm to stand up to the rigours of a five • li. and V. Hazare. who led India the third cantata Tne taai (rare ( .miimmwnlth: Jo* I rreer, Daa l^mberg. BUI Alley. Norman 1 n Place. George Tribe, Frank Worrell and George Pope. 12th man John Holt. India: V Harare (Captain). IH A s Modi, O Phadkari. If Adhlkari. V. Mankad. P Umrigar. M. K. Mantri, H able to attend due to lack of Gaekwad, H. Ghulnm Ahn> | funds after a hectic Christmas. Kishenchand. I was quite a sucmeeting with some exciting races but for the last race In which there were four horses. The start was extremely poor, there was absolutely no th] the race and a sound of disapMiriam Hopkins Brightens Up Ca8sadn Races Prom Our Own Conpond*rt • ST. JOHNS (By Mail). THERE was a small crowd at Ing'on Thursday A great many people complained of being unUfALYVnS) l.-.tMKi Watchers The Commonwealth :< %  a poor sti Ir opening pair. Oldfleld and ed for 0 and 8 retpi pointment could he heard in the Then skipper Livingston and th. MR W raaannri n isn iaai>i. IOI oul ... *l Phillip, b Ri*w.ler whole crowd. Lord Baldwin accompanied by his A.DC. Major Denis Vaughan attended the Meeting. Mr. A. W Acting Colonial Secretary was also pet Music througr supplied by "Brute Force'' Steel West Indian. Frank Wot 1 %  :tack with eve and improved the position with a stand which passed the 50 before lunch. A crowd of 15.000 Wgi morning's play. Play after lunch began in somerfoi :-^ > 1 —J I allowed us to see Bow Bells and Bowmanston in form, thaaai two separate days, while Fair Profit's running at the QhriKtmm islent enough to tell us that nothing was wrong**! NOT OVERRATED I cannot, however, agree with the opinion in Trinidad th. idol imnch of two-year-olds were overrated. This otnl formed mainly by those who have blinded themselves to fc! : not concede that Bow Bells and Colleton wen u*a2 they seem to have forgotten Cross Bow's racing altogether 1 never one to stick out foolishly for Barbados-bred creolet ij have seen them proved inferior. There were the outstandiM, ofCHam and Brown Boy, who humbled ourpride?] of-Honi ..mi Front Bell. Although an exssahal will reveal that the latter three beat all the other TM .it the anM maatlng, Proof lhal although we m*^^ be t. I .f the whole But for me such insularity dies a natural death when IJ to discuss West Indian racing affairs, and so I like to thinkV as embracing all those I saw irrespective tf| land of origin. For the 1950 classics, I have my eye nn Firj> Bow, Bow Bells, Bowmanston, Perseverance. Wtvecrat, ven l think we will sse tat ,;h my doubts about Bow Bells over this distant ii ol Coauu and Teh 1 more speed than stamina. Yet his reseattsK to Gun Site is so marked that I could not help taking him ft staying type of O.T.C. progeny. But then I suppose one mugM surprised if he turned out another War Lord. After I saw hunli quite willing to believe that his two wins at Anma were not* .md also that those who told me he was the best two-year-ai %  d might not have been too fur wrong. Hence hit higfa ri on my handicap list at levels with Lazy Bn 2 (OIRAGEOIS LAZY BONES Bind. Everybody seemed to apr wha t" subdued vein, but Livingfollowing A %  : %  lad many well piaead ott the bowling of Goddard who M HHhfth, I inhall then ,-ame on ; ter caught by Smith In the IUD. found J %  A wo. eonditioii of Ken ih(J antl to those %  %  %  -pkeep. SOUTH CARIBBEAIf RACING REVIEW V OLUME II. 11*48 of the South Cai i( $3.00 and $1 au. i. has now been publuhe. VoluiM U %  bout it well add SouU. Caribbean R* Ing ^ nil Century 1 bs got Century off Atkinson bowling the new hall, bj '^wintjer through point iflar rr J A. WllUami letterbemoanirt: the emand of C12'J %  the Crip lo ;i< spar' li 1 are in 10 In IN %  '': %  is not on the id< and that the English tour will b Bon no far ai gate receipt! withpreciate the West Indian swing music especially the large number of foreigners It is eminent that tourists especially the Mill Reefers are beginning to dribble Headley's Absence ,n:o A "" BUi "' 'he win; Regretted ****** There we* Quito a lot of whlsiAdv.ic n te c >I*il th rin %  by I): . i two seconds hy Mr. Bob Sn i the best results in An' ugua. O. M it 3 14 .1 n i 3S IB Of L u n Freeh tn the memory. I two Leading Cycle RALEidH THfc ALL-STECI R i r w r%  ALL-STEEL BICYCLE :'il>ulon> In Brba4M III -III I'll I tin '•• II 1-' IS, HKll\n -Il.u, INDIGESTION Relieved By ONE DOSE Of This Famous Remedy Don't lei Indigestion make your meals %  misery. 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Untv H -"--" 1 "•"•" K SfN'PAT \nvor \TF. PACE FIVE iy Cozier Cover W.I. icket Tour fOR RSUTEftS rZ!oTJ1F-SPAlN. Jan. 14. LlSScSw. < ormCTly "'.,"" ^IGu.rdian' %  ami lhe BarK' W A Snd ... rcpnrt .ho !" A WKI Indio^ T.t matches Thoroughbred Horses Liverpool if7 n r Loses Lead Win Big Prizes I„ 1st Division By Walter Parkins...! mJ£; aa&nmcnt loUowaneE wiwoon the Caribbean fJUciallon and Reliefs reLj^raeo "I 'ho .our EL !" anxious .o mve a p..5 iho matches through West -TOVM. invited Cosier lo join "oSniation for .ho period. ,-5? with O. S. Coppln. Bori A%hich ran lo two edition!, jilso covered the matches for %  J^Eniilish and Caribbenn 2thl he was highly eomLa D J O'Nell r.allaglwr. Ev o't the DKu Elpmsa. llUngColier thanking Inm f..i %  McelleW coverage" he dubIhe reportitiK "infinitely suto Heiifer'.." w announcement undoublodly be well received through the %  bean since Cozier .ravelled Uively in the area as llonSerreury ..[the Press Assail which his eforts have done to sustain. —.By Cable) >ni"'i'a Injured Car Accident NEW YORK, Jan. 14 bw Camera, former II. avyBt Boxing Champion and noiv Ktler, was injured in n road near Casey. Iowa, yaatl I Ha car collided with a law men suffered a deop gash on -Renter. Sports EdUot oi Ik* "Loneoahln Evanlng Poat" %  fuel ihat Britain's thorirad horses are still widely acknowledged to be .he hi Id has boon emphasised a. allI the principal sales in 1949. bloodstock of .he highes. quality wag on offer there was Ck of bidder, and the good prices realised surprised those who had feared a partial slum-, Man;, colls went overseas and %  notable purchase of a horse thai loved its class was • brllllanl Royal Fores, to I owner in Argentina. The list of winning sires for [ho 1949 season reveals again that blood not only counts but lasts Sire of 39 horse, prominent during the season was Near.... sired in 1935 by lhat great Pharos Nearoo's progeny won 48 race., the highest total credited to any sire, and netted prize money amounting to £52.500 for their owners, the season's record sum. In 1948 Neorcos progeny earned C49.0OO and in 1947 £30.000. A significant feature of the 1949 figurei was that two of What makes you ihink Sir Stafford'. May had Mit*l*"li KINGSTON, (By Mail), effort is to he made lo rimtbe arrangements concern^ %  aM* admission of tourist cars be licensins of tourists. I lome lime past M-presentajiWfet bten made to Governithat the laws and reguliifovernink' the admission of Mrs and the linnsiiia of rBM aa drivers, have been %  rhfft cumbersome, causing amount of difficulties to the %  V and (hat the minimisins aa* conditions would have n table effect on the island's traffic, OmbtTIIItTt||;|> • hundrea and eigbty pupils CombermiT-' School will Ihene*" school year when and secondary schools Btn on Tuesday At the end It term Combermere regis63L Wrs, i (JIM to tuguit 31. Ime time ago he had too many horses, enjoyed a record season. He was comfortably at the head of _lhe list of winning owners with £69.000 won in 39 races by 19 horses. The leading contributors to this nguru were those two high class juveniles, Palestine, winner of Ihe Gimcrack Stakes and live other races to the value of £17,000. and Diableretta, whose seven Wtni earned £12.000. These coltslook the popular fancy more than any others, and as with Musidora their success proved the value of fine blood. Musidora won more money than any other lllly. Iteming Sceptre's record winnings of £23,000 which had stood since 1902. This filly was sired by Nasrullah, a son of Nearco. Palsire in the famous Fair Trial, and Diableretta is -he Tlrit of Dante's colts—Nearco again— o achieve real distinction. The Derby Stable The Aga Khan's winniiigs comfortably beat his previous best figure of £65,000 in 1934, and his %  gSrogafa has been surpassed only once in the history of the turf in Britain, by the Duke .( Portland 60 years ago with £74.000. In the last 20 years the Aga Khan has missed his present distinction only ton times. He was winning owner in 1924. The scroll of honour as owner and breeder would not be complete without the inclusion of the Derby family which has done more than any other lo establish and build the great reputation of Britain's turf history. The Earl of Derby was the second highest Winning owner with £35.000. mainly due to the triumphs of the gallant Alycidon. The young Earl's late father's stud gave him 0d place to the Aga Khan In the luff of winning breeders. In I review Of the which is both highly competitive and -itrenuous for a Jockey. Gordon Richards proved his superiority over his *onto mp otariea, iven at the age or 45. by again finishing as leading jockey. His ilUMn failed by only eight to e-jual his record of 1947 he was the champion jockey foi the 22nd time. During his 28 years' riding this great sportsman has ridden 3.966 wiluW truly wonderful record. LONDON, Jan. 14. Liverpool lost their position al the head of the First D.> da> when they were beaten 3—0 by Bolton at Bolton. Manchester 0 home victory over Chelsea take the l*ad 1 tue of their batter goal average. %  points. Liverpool, who have their lead since November 5. were three down at Lame They fought back but failed lo get aaa quarter. Both .">ol and Manchester United laved 26 games. Blackpool in third place strengthened their chances with a 1—0 home win Villa while Wolverharr.pton lost ground, being beaten at MiddtesbroiiKh 2—n. portmouth with a 2—1 win over D take fourth place Totenham also lost their unbeaten away record to Leeds United, who won 3—0. It was the first time this Totenham failed to score. They still lend the second division by 10 points. Sheffield Wednesday Who lost to Plymouth -1—2 following with thirty-four points. Football Results 1COTT.SH lTACU'E IMVISION A Atwntetfi 4, Celtic 0. Cl\d^ 1 Dcrl>> Count' |, ilumlev I r.\rria\ 1. POrttmouih 1. -Ulhan> I. Mancheitn CfU • MancheMrr L'mtea 1. Cnelsr.. I Midair broush 1 Wotv.-riuamplon Waivdvrera • NexaIta UnltnC I, OwrlloB AlhUrtic 0 Weil Bron.ii.ic4. 0. Stoke City 0. SECOND DIVISION BornilCry 1 Orlmabv 2. Blackoum Rovrt* J, l-eK-eMrCili r> Bltmt.orS 1. Bradfoin B CBC* dill Cll* 1. Bury 0 Covwtrv City ^, PreMfui NertH Bnd 0. Hull Cll) I. Choaterfleld 0 ;ed* United 3. Tottenham Hotspur O l.utton TOT. 1. Qtiaen* Ptwr Ranfer. Sheffield W#*naaday 1. P1> mouni A.Kvle 4. Soulhonipton 1. Swana TwI'nited o She(ileld United 0. THIRD DtVlB'OM SOt'TllW.N Brtith Ion S. Newport County o. in^n.( .'ity 1 Briatol flover* 2 Bxtcr City 1. l*ytor. Orient 1 lpaw.c>> Town 2. Readlns 0 MlHwaU 1. NoniampWi Town ). NnUi County 0, Cryalil Palace I Port Vak* X VV.aford Sou Mi fid United 1 mouth o. Swindon Town o. N'ottinsham PBfat 5. Torquav Unltrd t. Alderahot 0. Walaall 1. Norwich City 1 -H-ii"f JAN 8. NO. 102 The Topic of Last Week De Gasperi Will Form 6th Cabinet nOMR. Jan. 14. President LUIRI Einoudi today charged Christian Democrat leader Alcide De Gasperi with the formation of a new Government. This will be the sixth peat-war Cabinet, headed by the (iiiold De Gasperi. Ho resigned us Premier two days Jifco to reform the Cabinet. Signor De Gasperi will t;ni consultations with political leaders immediately, hut names of the new Cabinet are not expected until next week. After two days of political coosultatiuii*. wliiih Hiinaxed Hie Government':; three months' >Ld crisis, President Kiiuuuii sunimonod Signor De Ouperl to t he Quirinal Palate this morning for formal acceptance of his Government's resignation, and to nsk him to form a new Cabinet. Earlier to-day, President Eiiuiudi had called on veteran Italian statesman, 79-year-old exPremier Vitoria Emanuele Orlando, lying >,ick at his home, for the last of his consul tat ions beritrustlng the Government nine more to Signor De Gasperi. %  eater. And both ..i ti> To vote. *o we went doun Well our inu.i Tom>".. •a %  -co m ih* Maw, Whan tne %  He BBlni Coosrata to all Mille. . IMp nil... Down ... St. Mtchaei .. Hell aane u MUM But Friday night, boy.. * on* oil lni."i tuahi When Molt ley and the Start Bring inx and u|h( You know well In Buthacloa Crowded with man to -par* Thne i room tar unoi -. Tn: anoUar Union hare So crowd* of Bij.ii. faihvied Prom town and CoHBl And they paid (real altontion To hear ihla Unto,., vtaw tvai JM a* MSSI i las ig %  And boy* thu U i a Tt* cannon. Mmi4y roai DkHa They mad* u vsty ilw Are not nccaptlns workara From no other union hare You pay un cent* or rUna cenbt What aver you asssaaa And when you are not u-orklns Voull net J pine „( etJMkfi The Caribbean Union Council %  So all the Union benefit* Will coma to you .nd ma. Each mambar ii he cam to OM tak* a careful look To at* that evory panny It lefitlerad in the book. On* Union haa Ihi. siosan Reciung now ,>nd than "The merchantKot the money But "wa" union utM th.Tha Carlobaait hat ihu Slogan It rrpreaanta great and -mall **A aquare deal for (he worker* An honr-t deal So boya you better )oln up. Not thoar whott ure lit the n The Caribbean ha* n clean >h*et To restate. %  iha r*at". Joe turned to Comrade nobert And aald< thai la my |r|gaj The Caribbean HMura 1 UssM I* the better ot the Iwo. •VUSED ^ TO WAKE FEELING TIRED When Colds strike Wh.it .i bad start for a day's work if you wakup feellnir tired and list leu*, instead of being itrlak sod full of en*rtv. One woman who can appreciate ths dlfferenco from her own experience, writes t< us :— "Before rasflr.K* Krusohen, alwajB used to wake in thmornlns feellnc very tired. No* 1 have lost all that tiredness am: I wake feellDK fall of enemy Krunehen has made mo feel year*) I also suffered wit I rh-uraatlc pains in my shoulder and swellings round my ankloa I am now completely cured ol these pains and swellings. 1 tak Itrusohen Salt" ifgaiarly anrt tannot npeak too iiuiiiy of it.' -L.W Kruschen keeps > on youny becauss It tonen up the liver. kidneys and bowola and keepr. them all working smoothly and .•fflclently. The reward Of thai internal cleanliness la a freshentMi and invigorated body, P waste materials are expelled anc. the pains of rheumatism cease And aa you contlnuo with Km hchen, your whole body reaponos to Its purifying force. Kruschen is obtainable from all Obemists nd stores. **?roir7ii0t?r ^ Phensic! Two tablets of Pbemic with a : tile watei will quickly check a cold or cr.l'l. Pheraac soon clears ihe head, tikes aim ihe bumrng pain behind the eves, the i.-hes in the limbs, the distracting headache, and helpa to bring the temperature down But best of all, Phenaic relieves the dep: ..ion and latigue ihat so often accompanies colds and chills. Be prepared f colds —keep a supply ot" Phensic handy. JusttakeS 1 -.Tablets,, Phensic lor quick, sure reliel FROM HEtDACHES, RH.-lrUTIC PAIN, LUMBAI01 NERVE PAINS. NEURALGIA IUENZA, COLDS 4 CHILLS j ANOTHER REMARKABLE THINC AHOUT WHITE ANTS sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM I 7Wt>iyysHf/Mf/. %  Mwm*& l*Ths Queen. >hown here, may liy u| f to 7,000 e|fl a day. most of wnlcr> ^develop into •worker," special!) adapted for destroying timber B< ICulc—remember i ***<+* tittiu-tit mmt \ UNIVERSAL -Dip or brush fc positive protection jgairtu Whit., i AnU, Borer,. Rot and fungi. Pain j or nolnh over treated wood, N y odour. NoCire-ti.k. 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Prolongs tngina's lira*— (leaner prtarauae lest friction, i. -s arsaa Yeui tft a jiw %  rill ii .iiiia'rf fewer f i Itawla, I.I> paoft raafa,ol dapaodl W l aanan rtmi deaK-.* (oda> Mihangr >our oil lo New Mohilnll 1 IN Sr Co The FINEST BICYCLE BUILT today ARE YOU WORRIED OVER YOUR TRANSPORT COSTS? ECONOMY Mae HIGH CAPACITY a in. AUSTIN 3-WAY I O AIM \i. 300 Cubic Feet Capacity for 25 cwi. '.oad Forward Control and High Mobility Four Cylinder OHV 16 h.p Engine Excep'ioncl Accessibility Forward Control and High Mobility / .- %  I %  UvmuiiMlrulv thin I vrtauli' Van lo ./"" &f ECKSTEIN BROS. iv>facto ChapaaleB up) (^ne of ihe mosl outstandinc reoles bled in the B. W. I. Read his history in SOUTH CARIBBEAN RACING REVIEW Volume II An indispensible book to all lovers ol racing Now on Sale and obtainable at Advocate Stationery— Johnson s StationaryRoberts Stationery — B'dos Turf Club Hard lovers Vl.00 Soil lover*. $l.0



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PACB BIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE JlUUI.ll IUl\ R MtlT t bj Tbt MncM a. US. H eroea •••. BrWflowi Sunday. January l.V I' 1 11 Broken Promises IN SPITE of Lord Treigame's recent mat that the number ol undertakings approved by the Colonial Development Corporation and fully operational m nber last was 28 with a capital commitment of £14.500,00^ and the recent announcement that C.D.C. have successfully negotiated for a concession of 500 square miles of forests in British Guiana, yet there is still dissatisfaction at the progress made, and the opinion is expressed freely that little is being done for the countries of the Caribbean. The man in the street, as well as the more educated is becoming more and more despondent. And now the Bishop Designate of Trinidad is the latest recruit to those who a.c warning the Colonial Office and the respective Governments of the various territories that patience is being exhausted. Writing of the frustration experienced in British Honduras, the Bishop gives an impressive list of the commissions, technical .specialists and high ranking civil servants who have visited the colony, and of the kindly promises made and schemes put forward which foundered before they were put into operation. "There is something wrong with our methods of Crown Colony Government," writes the Bishop! "It is not the man, either in the Colonial Office or the Colony, it is the method It is the interminable delay and reports, the visits of the highly paid experts, and the decisions that are taken with little reference to the moral and human needs of the individuals that live in the colony, which are completely frustrating." The Bishop points out that the people of British Honduras have time and again protested thenunswerving loyalty to the British Crown in the face of claims of the neighbouring Republic of Guatemala. That there can be no moral justification for holding huge areas of undeveloped land unless they are to be used for the : of the inhabitants and of any BnttUera who will help i'i the op< i up n[ these virgin : l MBtfment that will be subscribed to by most %  Indian., who are now ek.'ing out a prei-arim overcrowded islands from 1 is little proM n of prosperity. The countries around the Caribbean 11'ised their doors to West Indians and they are unwanted In the Dominican and in the United States of America. For over thirty years they have t up by promises of a new Eldorado in Brituana. And alter the condemns weie %  I tal i .MS or who were i;iven priority of settle.iin had reas i when published. But at •< %  ai which I %  miles conci. it will bo i fen %  eppreciabli will he leaving Jamei* Barbados and the ot] is for the South American CohM to dil 'ies show that the rale in the population in these h and that i outlet then will sum come a %  hen it will be beyond all human I ven the oan I the dense populal Wh 'he original Report stiiiiu tn.it British Honduras would, within a able tune, be able t" absorb excess population, riut now that i M a personage than the Bishop ol Miras has confirmed the opinion that i lv inactivity raged in the Central American y, II may bt ai we'll lot 1 I iven mento take heed of the %  anting that "noi : uh.it results poverfa and Buffering an ii of spirit of a frustrated people may 1 while failure to implement ... brought down bitter criticisms oi thi r ''% %  .nd the Colonial Office it dm not stir up the feeling ol resentment which devaluation of the British H,. t; dollar and the utter disregard of the prorrade by the Ministry of Food to tie i Sugar producers have manaccomplish almost over-night. i ling was devalued the pos'tion of British Honduras, whose currency had been linked for generations with that of the United c aref u llv .nd special concessions i d to the currency of the thin three months the i and the promises people of Honduras were over-ridden and forgotten, and in spite of protestations and lid vole of the unofficial members of the Legislature the special powers ol the Governor were invoked to devalue the dollar. These two incidents, coming so close together, have had a shattering effect on the faith which the peoples of the Caribbean formerly placed in the integrity of the Government of the United Kingdom. It is this faith and knowledge that a promise was as good as a bond that has linked the countries of the Commonwealth. If this faith is lost then anything may happen. The West Indian may be classified among the backward peoples of the world, but he needs no dose of British culture nor extra-mural educational courses to make him realize that he is being used as a political pawn. Neither West Indians nor other Colonials, whether from Mauritius, Africa or Fiji, will be prepared to continue in voluntary association with a Commonwealth in which Ministerial Departments are more concerned with the cost of sugar on the breakfast table of the British housewife than Ha very existence of a colonial. And the fact that they suspect that after the election the same Government if returned may reverse their latest decisions, and throw overboard the promises made to the :i electors, makes them even more MO precarious position of the If the confidence of the colonial is to must be done i remove colonial affairs from the sphere of internal political can):i the United Kingdom. C prepared to be sacrificed on the altar of full employment for the people of Britain. OIK HKAOEHS SAY. i.ni" More I %  'mil 'AY" must lie ranked among the major progressive features ultural Department with,:' as a natural iiv 'i, the District Agricultural Statit meeting in then Farmers' lltural information btained free were ted by peasants, and toDay" in the parishes is i i forward to by peasants, small holders and all who have interests in the thing of interest and value to be acquired at ti %  'lit show at Grow : on to the general TI i ad lor fruit cultivation cannot Ai iltural lands or eo mimic crop— ere is no likelihood that I; fruit to supply the needs of I %  with little effort, i" ni..i'i within the Il now iporting 'fruit from the '"" coloi And. even if ll 1 ' %  ply of home-grown fruit wou V,K t^U.OOO ""itii oi trull i. brought into tin. annually pan of this frull lea St V:io id, witii si Lui I i me., ranking aa the chief suppliers. 1 %  i at and also supply smHll qualluties of tii, fruit landed '.on of flint, few in Barnjoy the luxury because freight i. rough dama th. i houae. d follow th,' advice of the hire, then t!, I,.. | ... ... | appreciable fruit crop which WOUld go a long way to ensure that more • .' ito tin heeltbgiving vitamins contained in fruit juices Zilliboy Shinbag "I'm eerj the Party hurt . mr 'wijl T'O* dewted service tu . laith in lhe PffuM AimiHfi if iusi a tittle dimmed ..." %  Itali **r> well to snipe "•"' gruff at The Right Road for ttrltain,' !.. ft'l full ot thins* in? Socialin mi* 1 I be f>ow(t of." TOOLS SMOOTH PLANES RAPIER Pl-ANtS a PLAN! IKONS STANLEY CHISELS t SCREWDRIVERS SPuKESI: BAND DRILLS SLIDING T BKvsXS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS BACK & COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS and many other Items to Intereil rood Cratum,. SELECT Tllr'M HUIl WILKINSON & HAVNES CO, LTD., Successor,I, C.S. PITCHER & CCX LTD, Phones: 4472 & 4687 Meerineo/rhrCcntral ^-^ f. Fabian Society I'm V-y-yei. M-M-Morfan I'hillipi v *iiu.o< with Mr. Butler ai the .. yy-ye. ecccerralnly. . "No—I can't come to the £xi ordinary Meerine of thrCeni Londoi dining Carllon Clue. Sitting on the Fence Hv Villiaim-I f.iilili.us ARGUMENT ;ibuul whether January 1 marks the 49th or 50th yir of the 20th century doesn't matter to me. All I know is thai 1 have lived through it all and didn't like any of it. Here are the low spots of my life starting at the beginning of the century: — About 1900. Aged about six. row of cheering in streets of London. It was relief %  I KuMring, Didn't like the noise. Cried and was taken home. 1M1. Went to ichool. Punched and kicked by bigger boys. Didn't like it. Cried and was I tome. 1911. Got a job. Didn't like it. Nc.irly cried. Went home. • • • 1911 Enlisted In Army. Didn't like it. Too old to cry. Couldn't ga home. 1915. Went to France. Didnt like it Sick. Invalided home. 1919. Released from Army. Cot a Job. Didnt like It. No use .Mm* Money to take home. 1921. nrtd. Didn't cry, but went home. 1912 Cor another Job. Didn't like it (.lot married. First quarrel. Didn't like It Nearly Cried Nearly went DOOM, 1923-29. Working aa reporter. Didn't like it. Reporters too tough to cry W.nt home when I tould • • • 1930. Started tunny col—n, laughed. Nearl-. erle Went I 1939 War. Didnt like It. Munich kM anybody cry. Went home. 1940 Bomb*. Didnt like them. Hemi i, u d Didn't like it. But nothing to cry about. Could always go h'linc. 194.J. Peace. Didnt hk,it iiuiiuniii: eontiiuK.i. Didn't lik, it. InIOBM tax Didn't like it. Felt like crjrtni Went home. 1944 I 9ft Surrey .Vest jar Sea %  ,i %  Wdn %  LUu MI Don't like 9M now. Shall never like aea. .. u c "y'oK Sea is home. 1949 .unfed to join Special Con. slabulary 'in cate." What'' Anothar war? Another unifocm? Didn't like it. Felt like Went hOBM One Good Heed Kh/abeth. South Africt, one good deed a dav .. |,, formed by local scoutmasters who sit in with I.IHK srlvao wbila their husbands with the boys. There L, r.o charge. %  Vpi if ft u in .. scoutnuitor have to sit right at the %  Fm qin'c coiu/ortable here, thank mi end. Isn t that nicer? Well, yes. in a wa y t You don't sound very enthusiastic. Oh. yes, I am. But one has to remember one's a scoutmaster. But scoutmasters do the most terrible things. I've read about them. There are bfack sheep in every fold. I simply adore black sheep. What's that badge for? Making Ares out of little bits of flint? Yes. And that one? Good conduct. Don't move back any further. You'll fall over the edge. Shall I tell your fortune? Why, yes. Of course. To-night you're going to lose ana badge and win another. Am n You're going to lose your good conduct badge. How do you like that? Well . And win a badge for starting another little Arc. Do you know where? Really. Mrs. Bracegirdle. A little Are in my heart. Shall I tell you something else? You'd better not. 1 fhouyht / heard a key in the front door. Oo's got black stu has. ..Oh, hello, Braeeyirdle. Had a yon1 time? Yes. Have you? In ih.Club "WF.I.i what's going to happen now "About what?" "The Government. I suppose yOU think the ConservaliM going to win the election? "No. I dent" "Because if you do you're wrong. The Socialists will get In wttb I majority of at least 100, if you ask me." "I didn't ask you." "After all. who beiietlta by Socialism? Not the people with initiative and brains, but UM people with no initiative and just enough brains to see when it's I oil;..* s Thought rVWV TRAIT ol beauty may be leteired to some virtue, as to innocence, candor, generosity. modesty, ot hetoism. —ST. PIERRE '^\THAT a man does, not "vWiat he teels, (Junta or believes, if the universal yardstick ot behaviour. %  ENJAMIN C. LEEMINC I ihoutd hi* it to be clearly understood that 1 ihink Mr. rtv Is Che greatest P.M. I• Mr. l.,lad>tone, a finer orator than Mr.Churchill, [he Im'lifK Human dynamo tincc Niipiilcon and l'otte*.tei (he orgumiinr Cfniuf of H*nr Ford." ENJOY I ill si •I SIXF.CT THEM EARLY! SLICED BACON—per lb SALAMI SAUSAGE—per lb DANISH CHICKFN' BROTH -per -.in DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGES—per tin DANISH HAMi—per tin J FRAY BENTOS TOMATO SOUP—per tin VITONE—per tin PINEAPPLE JAM — '2 lb tin EVAPORATED MUX—per tin per tin ...,, SWIFT'S LUNCHEON BEEF—ir tin „, NESPRAY— :'.i-lb tin Lrviro Eipress dervi time to go home. And who's in the majority?'' "I don't know." "People without brains have alwnys been in the majority and always will be. Otherwise there wouldn't be enough workers to go round." • Wouldnt there?'' "So it stands to reason if the majority beneAts by Socialism the majority will vote for Socialism. And you cant tell me any different."' "I'm not trying to." 'They've got enough brains for tha'. but not enough to see any further. Perhaps you can tell me what's going to hrfppen when B no more rich to soak and no more high incomes to tax?" "No. 1 can't," -Well. PD tell you. I* the workers want all their free benefits without our help they'll have to pay double the taxes they're paying now Then there's going to be trouble." "Is there?" "Strikes, riots, civil war. And what then"" "No idea' "Communism. Stalin kBOW9 how to deal with workers arbo cause trouble." "Does he?" "I warn you 1950s going to be worse than the last five fom put together. For the workers, into the factory, or else. For us Think as they think, or else. For the country, poverty. ruin, boot, Eiui. Happy New Year to you." "Same to you" Old Saws KiKhl Dr. V of physic reached the conclusion that many old proverbs predicting the weather are meteorologically Mniud. Among rtUabta OOOI are: — M CvanliU] ied. morning ^11 help thu travellci on his an "Rain before seven, flne before aotvan." SOME ol iwi in this part of the world are equally reliable about health. In January pond is fa-Ogfl In February blow your nose. h March be mild with showers of rain. In April blow jiour nose acain. May blossom heavy hung with moWi Go to bed, and blow, blow, blow. II in June east minds do /reeze. All July you'll hack and sneeze. Cold wind in August and September, Cough, cough, cough all through November. December snow, December cheer. Doctor calls throuohout New Year —LXS. Arid Remember to order the Famous VOIK.XDE H.XE HIM "Good lo Ihe last drop." SfANSFElD.SfOnt&ji W.W.W.-.v.-.V.y,.,,,^,,,.^ IIOYAHDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER --IT pkn yi'EEN OLIVES per bi.i TOMATO KF.TiiiiT per bot IIOLLOWAY'S OIN 1I.T Iwi DRAMBINE—bl bol ,f A ? VE Y S BR 'STh would receive hi. t1 ,„ To Tl td ""'. The Adiwate. Ihe ('I A ., sin. -i h ..ui,i Uka to My lr |:..|...l,-nu S.Searle. 2!xL, a ?l ,f '" '•' modeelysnd taUon and appolnimeVu ,,r, I %  < . OLD STAGER. Damgorou* To The Editor. I 0 SIR—A few weeks go a coirei in your Evening Edition tnadt manttoa of the breaking of the surface of the Goodland Road to laj* water mains after that road had been resurfaced. I should like to mention that it would have been wise on the part of the Transport and High Department to put signs at either entrance to this road now that it is blocked several hours during the day. It is a populai h ing by nearly a n-.:|. %  from Block Rock to sBrtsk*rte**n I motorists \.m find that after traversing half the distance one has to tuin back beII of the narrow road is r BOOM lorry laden with goods is parked. A similar experience brought public dissatisfaction when the Chamberlain Bridge used to be swung without any notice ot the Hay Street ca had to make a detour through Fairchild Street to come out about fifty yards away near the triangle The public deserve* h i .tton, MOTORIST *<


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%  gMMT, .lAML'ARY 15. 19*1 LOCAL NEWS Best Flour In The World THE hard "heal flour Canada ,, -rodurliuj today is the best .n L world and they to keep the West Indie. •*£„, ."> ; Mr S,ra uis 55-trr of nn and manula-*SStt Hor and stock teed told ST-Advocat.'' ,. %  •"'"">• r Strauss came in yesteraay _Li* bv atr via Havana. SSL and Trinidad on a .hort 2TS business combine with IKLre He was accompanie.1 gHu, wile and they are staying at the Hastings Hotel. £* that In spite of all the ^atailllM In connection with jKind supply, they had kept %  "T„r .lelivenes to the West iiMf UKl hoped that they would IIHlile to do so in the future. *The outlook for 1950 as far as —lamaconditions were cooled could be considered as ZTcanada today is a country Sell had developed a lot of new t^aanes and industnos and had |J2e an excellent name for their ''SSrlwpulation was normally urntsng and they believed that So, work. Initiative and good -anagement. they could maintain prosperity for years to come. Like most other countries bed thf United States. Canada waTilsoaHected with the shortage a US. dollars and personally, he Jaoetary complications would be ntUeved that sooner or later, those overcome. 276 Workmen Repair Roads The Department of Highways god Transport carry a staff oi fit worlonen to maintain th roads under their control throughout the Island. The workmen's chief duties comprise of patching put-holes and clearing drains and watercourses in the country districts. The Openings in roads are Bide daily by utility companies picfa as the Gas. and Electric Companies and the Water Works Department. The repairs of these openings will be done by the workmen. Maintenance of the road means keeping the surface true to.shape, was admitted to the General tor h7>~Canadi'a,,"b or T wit'e ",',' Tils Is done by an application Hospital in an unconscious state aecomDanied him n iki %  i, colas and a suitable gravel, after he was involved in an ac^her n !" vis "' The degree of maintenance cident on Bay Street in the Itquired on any partirular road vicinity of the Gas Co.. with the Thcv are guests at the ""••-— fcpends on the amount of trafflc motor car M—1094 yesterday Hotel and when the advocate Kst makes us. of the road Those morning about 7.50. reporter and camera man visit" r*L^ •JK^WK! PrMCO 1 w s rM "< h b icyc '" "harmZ":,, m t maintenance than the P-831. He was detained for S!STS2!??f?:-^ 0 y ,l ." h 9." slNDAV ADVOCATi: PAGE Senior Scouts Blaze Trail The lad, : 'irbMi i Hgarettcs in boxes. Giant Tree May Be 70 TrooThLJ'.Ii S"""") Senior as they are seen "on vhe market" IN the ground, of the British dunn. the !" '"."" P ,ra From ,h re "*>" vis " 1 the CooCouncll at "Wakefleld," there is a off ',.,,0 ?"' wwk To nW> "*'• Factory, but unfortunately. tree that may well be seventy deeiked It.^n^e".*w k "",2 ""* Th-v"'"" I !" years old and which mav well live in. activities n J ^TS *" %  P"V !" ^ "-*' %  f the 10th B'dos (First from Canada t Sea Scoutal The tree is a Baobab Tree, otherNeedban unfortuna.ety. was not in operation ever shown arouni -.crseer who explainer. n, how die concrete blocks are made ut the The Rovers enloyed this .-ami wto, k, ut am • "ovets enjoyed this cam, J* %  ** ,• "• 1 o ^"\J" n ch T'T 1 d ex ,rrs T the age It srumtii, I I MI.4Y ltT „ loneJr "** '" "'' also for the girth uf its trunk the s'wedui. -r-i-i 'on ... This particular tree at the British Ship ''SunrZn"^h„* ha. been Th 1 Keh '" rs l OouneU bear, among word., some 'n Carlisle Bay for the Slst iSI! .K 55 ^ rehMrs ' <•' of which arc indecipherable, the * %  They rowed ouTl,, it. K^ %"*><"• be carried out a' word. Mardi Huts-and the llgure "Sunbeamfrom th^ !" Harbour eirfuth i y ^ *i? ed b "" %  1880". Whether that mean, that P"ce Jetty ,„ h lr ow^"-^ d ^ t l W ,1 en Ul f";2 n !" ur > it wa. planted in 1880 seem, to be * "Arlkr and were .ho !" HeadouTrSl SLV, 4J 2 M J CW> .. go*, a guess as an, 9&t&g£ 2 M "? S ^SSTsS^ISSi. Tr' Tile Uaobab Tree is .1 nalive ,.t about Cole's cave Thereuno1 ?h £ Thursday evening Dili Africa, and is also well established scouts offered to take Hnw.it .w ""' lnclemcn t • in Ceylon wnere it was introduced see the cave and so an exnedlim„ 5. w !i scan,y ,urnou t by Arab Traders. The trunk was arranged for next STTA £? S ? UU ,V'"""" P' !" ke sometimes atuins a girth of 70 leaving the ship me scouts Dal„ I? & ""' proc,l £J *"* <• ther feet, and there are specimens sup"short visit to Pelican Island and iSth 1.„. !" '. " T1,urtdav "*' poaed to be more than 11 thousand then returned to their moorings Thfl n ,. years old. It bears a pulpv fruit " the HP. Jetiy. This visit to .w "'" f 1 0 "^ Practice fo from which a drink is'iniTie. .,,,1 I'-l...,,, "as on instrJetlon, given tall*. 0 ."'" 8 *^' M 'S " """" the dried IMTO are sometimes bv ap Reference to scout S Serif?" B 1H "' ,,< ''""" r "''I. frev Rudder who ~ !" i^l_ Heckles Road. '.v,..v.-.v,-,-,v/.v/.w,r.-.ww//,v.v,v. the eaten. According (tomorrow) at 5.00 narti Monday next 1 curs Ago a,,r„o, n e1 2S5. SSS.""" '" he "^^^' Count Found Barbados Gift Coins In U.K. fS2rt!"l Vc !" nt USA a d his wifp and ho. are vcr^ interestetl in Ihe raising uf Welsh Corgi dogs. Cyclist Injured Barbede* Advocate. Jan. 15. 12; Tn. Ueneral lleaplul The regular monthly meeting o the House committee of lb. General Hospital was held at noo. yesterday. There were presen the Laird Bishop (Chairman), lion he Encyclopedia JJ" } !" < s for one of me Publl, Brittanica, the trunks 01 the*, gj !" '".v Badges. trees sometimes reach a g.tlh of w ">"t8DAV UTH. 70 feet, and it is one of the largest Vls lted Cole's cave and had a specimens of trees known. It I !" 1 |"terestlng odventure explorbears a large woody fruit, and the "£ %  ,. %  distance of nearly a bark yields a strong fibre which "J'nh. ,n n v ,ub "rranean can be made into rope or woven TOiToiEi^ .' Into cloth. !" VR S A ,„ 1TH. .M ,.„,. The name of the genus km Z' 'iS.?S5' •*•' Y M c A "S* = -' dp r Br^ SI Joh "' s *^RS5v P^S. C C Queen's P.ri, ,i. H„..<. J :>C L M '.^ 3 ~ OT Aerodrom. Thome, M.C.P., and E. B. Skeete tiSSfoi*? b "". %  • the Meteorological InscruM-C.P. uaobab Tree. •,/ menu. The Airport Manager— Dr. R. Htuy. Senior Resident Mr. Bancroft kindly gave perSurgeon was in attendance, mission to see the instruments and The minutes of the previou: to have a general ur of the meeting having been circulated %  V.T; T '" 'harge of they were taken as rea, the Meteorological Station—Mr. Armed. SJ?", !" ..!. ""a JOb showin lh ,tu 'ir Headquarters when two lbs., of dolphin were brought in. scouls pf th Junior Troop were Over 140 lbs., of shark were advanced and received into the> treated at The %  ; Montserrat Government. |'||;MI\M Mr. Grantley Adaint.. BA„ Btfrister-at-I-aw. arrived IK ; i day from Trinidail liy tba SS also on sale m tht in;nkc! on Junior Troop. They are: Patrol !' Cr> !" Mfi *i''l, n ? vinK U (t that day. Tuesday saw nearly LeadersNoel W. Smith and Noel 300 lbs., of dolphin and small Clarke. by the C.G.T. line. He wu H.u bados Scholar, in 1B18. and l.-ft cjuanlity of shark on Mba IH t arlisl. HUT Of POUT-Vawl Pimck. Am Kclrn %  iklir. fch Molly N Joan, Sell %  knuiu, Yachl Mu>, Yawl Stite< lit., Sch. Mor>M. I*i. Sli Hi Sroil. Sch. Frsiict* W. Sn.ilh. L Hit Bell* WoLi. s.( OSMon. Sch Rriuwald N .W..1U.. I Mw.i H ... ii.. Baitiitrtlw Jiuiiii**". YIKI . IsOWf*, M V 9rii Erukavixir W B I 4 Rio Afi.r.i KL. ARRIVAI.H ,SS N. O. HoitniM, 4.3W ton* Ml Capl. Kvalualand, front Corpii" Chri>lt AjMttti PI intastOM Mci. S S Coplnuy. UO tons nH. Capt Walt*, from Cape d* Vmlf. nci-AKri Mr* PrSMCSI W. Sknilti. 74 ton* iw-1 na. A|tiit< Vlii".!' '(wlirr" Avwxialton Schooner Philip H. Davldtoii, 87 ton. %  „:. <'..pt. S..I'.. tor llr.t, AMitUi Schooner Owner. Aaaockatlon IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION CaUt ind WlrMcw Writ Indlr*. l.id N-ti, Valary. ss jliM w H, JJ. MM that they can no* roti %% the foilowini -hiir. ilift>ii*h Ihelr M i^iiW WS. S.S Nomt-*a. S S Honatic. %  tat'K ,'oaH Sia am.. | S.S CorrlentM. S S UJCorrnac Hi*> IS. Hecuba, S.S. Ptiiu. S.S. Alabama. S.S. Alco Canyon. S.S Marcalor, SS rloamer. S.S Bvltarly. S.8. I^d> Koanev, S S. Helen*. S.S. Caronla. S.S Hulina. IX, Vlnitl. SS AnUrctic Ocean, S 8 Haluoa. S.S. IIHIOT*, S.S. IAIXOT. S 3 La Have. S.S. Pacific Shipper. S S Ortoltna. S.S Cairabulle, S.S Adelaide. S S. Sajnjel S. Loveiand. MS. Helena. loud in their praise for the oUimta of ihe island and its people whom tlu>y had found to be verv courteous to visitors indeed. Count Orlowski was born in Pans. Ho said that he had tried to get a number of Barbadian coins during his first visit hero but those which were offered were In such a bad state that he did not purchase any. The coins which he had donated to the Barbados Museum were collected in England te n years ago nd he had brought them back because he thought they would be of more interest tu Barbadians thM u> anyone BatW. Count Orlowski ;,nect to leave on January 18, by the H.M.S. I-ady Rodne> they are going in exhibit Dog Show in Madison Garden next month. The Countess, a Canadian. from Montie;il <;aiil that she liked Bar-ados and the service at the hotel was excellent. She UwtlgM that the island was a marvdloir; unspoilt place that still hi natural charm. Traffic Cop Gets A Box I prollciency badge.;— :iv gnd Timi Ptfrol Issllaal St llii.nes quiel day. lint on Friday over Orator Badge. Scout GeofTrev 550 Das., uf flying tUh and ne.-irly Rudder—Despatch llider Badge' 200 lbs. oi dolphin came to the The following Senior Seoul. Public Market. have also passed the Junior First These iiuanlilles of fish were Aid Badge: Geoffrey Rudder Pat Bold In the market bul many Haynes. Noel W. Smith, and Bermore lbs. wer c sold along the nard Perkins. This quallfle. them wharf and street. for the Part I vest of the Ambulance Badge. II i. activities of this nature which keeps Scouting alive and interesting and it is hoped that almilar reports will be coming in during th. year from other Troops. Well done Sea Scouts— The Policeman on traffic point keep up ihe good work. duty in Trafalgar Square has More Badges again l i with cover. p. L. Harcourt Lewi, of 60th The open box which was there Barbados (Belhel) has passed his weeks ago was taken uw.i, I),.,,,:..•,,, n„|,, r Badge. Harcoujl nd the I The is :,t pr,,cnl in hospital wllh an box was brought back at 111.00 injured fool %  in yo.-tci-d.-iy Scout Nigel Quarless, also ut Ihe new TOOl which has lieen 601h Baibados, has Passed ihe built on will provide more shade Bookman Badge, from Ihe sun. The box la also The Bonn of 34lh Barbados more attractive and la painted ,s.\ Philip) Clew who were In in green. c amp al Warrens wood, from 2h II was built by Lpl. Joe December broke camp on SaturIhe lonstuhulary's carpenday. 7th Januai. atln •„ weeks ler. who is well known in cricket of line Scouting. The following Senior Scouts reh,re or E"glnd in 1919. lie wa. called to Ihe Bar in IV :: %  FRESH VEGETABLE SEEDS — By LANDRETH "• PLY ENGLISH SEWING TWINE OBTAIN OUR QUOTATION BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE HARRISON"S HARDWARE OCPT Dial 2364. W/,W/////A f %!K rJretes, s s DMoraa. Jaarjve I) Ait Anna L. Condyllt. S S AnWrau.., s.S. snafldan. S t t Traveler. S.S. SUilla, SS. ChMaa. SS. Momu. Saa, S.J *BK1HI.._B, HW.I.AI. •am n.LMi'M> Herbert. John %  a. !,.„ |„r.-^ HtKlerifk •*.f1. Marfcrrt U %  MiUUn. joaaph TOiiUiMt. Alma %  .-* %  •. Vlira While. ANTIGUA CK.rlea Adun.s jatah Ark.1 .-.! %  aw"!r.^ tTUtls B ".W.I.A.L. • TRU-mAD-MlM Eather ZakrarrLSMfcer Orutbenr. Mm. Saodei %  "• Jamea QriiJM-rK. Mi.. i I„I MiCe .i i Sado\ ilk Mi. Maijorle Neil. Mw" H.n' Wa>libuni. MUa Joan liiyllli. Waahbum, throws Mi*. Anita Lee Waafabum,. Mr Hi-. rVOVOpa. Mla Rhoda Muireil Mi CMll JflM*. Mr Kt-iuieth Seale. Ml.. Manoti Walauii, Mi I %  -' %  Ha. Ml Dudley Farmer. Mr. laabelle Farmei Mlaa Alias rarmtr. Mlaa Brenda Farmei Mr. ArUii.r Sampaon. Mra. Vlralnln you re dealing wittl hlim.tll bdnRS %  you must be humane always. But nol sentimental. I don't RULES FOR POLICEWOMEN "YOU must be well-balanced and have commonsen&e. You Cttl :ifford tn get agitated <>r excited, you know—it might run you into serious trouble. Also, you've got to take things as thoy COOM MM k. strict truthno m.illei how pain^^'^^r^tXX 1 <" l .^".^r'!">" For ^T. KITTS-Miae Violtt Campbell 5 b > * ~V... % %  Hi' M mikta (,| • %  • 0*1. What's on Today Chiirrh Ser\'-ea al B, I and 11 aJ* CrlckM Trial Garna at Ke.i.H.ai"n 1 m p m Surxlay School al 3, 3.30 and I'm. Cliiarrh Service* al 1 p.m. portant thing 1 1 learned w io be censorious—and never to say: You ought to be ashamed of yourself." During their slay in camp itiey i.irried out several activities including a Hike to St. Thomas' Almshouse on Monday. 2nd January. The Rovers under their leader, Mr. W. L. Athericy. asftis.ted by Mr. T. T. A. Smith, A.S.M., of 26th B'dos (W-lches) Group, rendered a progrtri" • of Christmas Carols and Hyi the benefit of the inmate ,. %  msiitunon, after whi i t,. Churchwarden and other member* M UM SI. ThoOatl Vestry expressed tir'ir usanki and ippiwtaUan uf ilie programme. They attandtd iwo Church parades al Shajoa, ind OH Tuesday night. 3rd January, thty held I Camplire on .Inekson's pasture Which w;i. well attended bv iScouiers. SCOUU and friends m the vicinity. On Thursday f.th. they visited ihe Tobacco nctory ihey were shown the various si-ages through wlm manufacture of cigarettes pirn; from tobacco in boxes, as It comes *'/? by Recovered Th,lii-foot fishing boat "Ruby" which broke away from its moorings ut Holetown bei 10. ft.ni. on Wednesday nirr. CABBAGE NION. PARSNIP, THYME, SWEET MARJORAM, HROCOLLI, MUSTARD, CELERY. LEJCK. HWBJ CHARD. PI'MPKIN. CHINESE CADHAUE. CITRON. "I'KMI HRt'^SEl-S SPRUl'IN BRUCE WEATIIEKUEAD I LID. HXAD OP DKOAD STRJUCT X WE ALL CANT BLOW SMOKE RINGS BUT WE aft? CAN BUY "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE." self. Tiir L ...". ii m-unrsday DMcctlvr Ihfiiecu.r I lliim <„. ,K F ,*, P rovl %  *" on <' •• %  ">• "" Thursday was rcWvlV. Hr.i.„' ^? %  '!" lh0 Constable on trallc point cmnd nboul 10 o'clock the Women Programme" yesterday morning. Above is the $500 00 Programme" the qualities a woman needs become a ood policewoman. lirst constable %  and insured is the propto use the boa my .,( st. chili Oaten oS st TRY IT T(HH\ CAL-C-TOSE A DeliclMU Chocolale Beveraxe. ConU'nlnc Six (6) VITAMINS : (1) A (2) Br (3) 'B2' (4) 'C (5) n and H.l Mm ili.ilincl:' Enjoyable HOT or COLD I Fuellenl for Children & Adults t VI.-C-TOSE makes Milk more Appealing. 8&r K.VH.HTS IMII I. SlUHrS "•ir PHOFN.X PHARMACY BTWV aad our CITY PHARMACY Bran. KV>V>*eV^V>V**^^.V^V>V ,V'e-. AFTER STOCK TAKING WE HAVE MADE SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON DRESSES. BLOUSES. SLACKS and SKIRTS Etc., Etc. IU'O.OU v. muss MI or HOME MADE SWEETS at our Home Products Department 1 i'kat M.ii SHADDOCK MIS. <>\ i pops Ea t h I'l-AIN MIMTHID. MIXHi MINT STICKS %  %  IROPH ll> <|r rorrEi lann* bt 4Vi. >mali hoi, Mc. NMl INTERS 'ar|r bo*. ttr. MB) Pa\PPaVtft-amall bOJ 3ir SALTED NUTS—Una bol tar. -amakll bol. He. HOMY bw. 40,CAVE SIIEPIIEKI) & Co.. UA. •0. II. 12 i. 13 BROAD SIREEr. AUCK RUM HORSE RADISH TOMATO KETCHUP CHEHHIE* MAYOtmAIRT SANDWICH SPREAD OLUCOSE GOLDEN ARROW RUM PERKINS & CO., LTD. ROEBUCK STREET •.•.•--.-_-.-,-.-..,.,-,.,...,.,...,...,. '/,'AV//AV,WA-'/AW 3 LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. Continue Curinf the Comlnf Year to live us your Orders lor all manner OI Foundry work; all kinds o( Factory Supplies, or for any Item o( Hardware you may rwjuire. And now may we extend Io you th. Season', Greetings with all our customary sincerity: — 5% Prosperous SWew tyear THE HAHUAOOS /, ,//#.! Ltd. White Para Koad st saUtsWI



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siNDAY. I-WAKY is. M rr MSUVV ADVOCATE Check Bib Collar *S?Tvard of tartan taffetn, 36 JSTwuie. l'= /* of *•**•• *?Ta Quarter of an inch wide. f5rfd of lace beau. LLJ,**,* l card of bias bmumtt. J%1 of .fread. 2 presi studs iS^'this from diagram Armark straight grain. Solid B_— mark edge to be laid on EM XV marks facing turn-back rtTTIlNG DIRKC1IONS: rClow batf-iw* soami al1 r ? unu i cutingCut one pi* o Cut a bias strip, l' i _. vide and 72 inches long rTbias strip IK inches wick 40 inches long. Piece Strip*. Jfther where necessary. Kn>G DlKt(llU\>: Make narrow hems on onu long edge and two ends of both bias siWps. Run gathering threads aion* other edge. On larger strip draw uj. 1 fcreads until frill ills rouiu. outer edge of collar, stopping at lining line an on one edge, and baste oi. right side round edge. Plact bus binding over frill, pin baste and machine in position. Bring bias I %  over to wrong side, basta '. and slip hem. Neck frill is sewn on in the san.i Turn back facing at opening, where marked, and slip hem into position thus having an overlap of half an inch. press lace beading to required wid.1i and baste round outer edge and neck edge of collar on right side Top stitch both edges of lace with machine. Thread ribbon through slits. Sew on stud?, and press thoroughly. Substitution Crypt IWALTER LANDOR has anway of saying that Btfronment is one of the most puential factors in our makcHis phrase for it is given r in a substitution crypt for I to solve: bs GDS LRGE MPVM STB LCVBM GVB LGSSDM AGHS PM. ,,-m s^vui .jJic.rt pun puiM I mm IN> MM J... Miix.rios PACE MM: Children's Corner Rupert and the Caravan—8 5^! ,k dunbl J lh h'U Rupert nndi ih !" od „„ .runner, and •ST a I'" 1 "' ''"' "~"ynneia ot him u a lone *.^vl*-i Sr~]w-r 1JIS.7SR no !" IN laya. | mu „ „|| n m ibooi lh. MM.' Al h. ,enhe, 'I" .hick hi. (rand comei OUC. and 'o RUK.I ,„,„,,„ s, m a named sniiih. But horn American founder of wht rcUiiuvll do you knem your Smllna? iouJ i >oir n This Whl: Quiz will help you find 13. There ii a Deal Smith ""f,, ,„ . County that covers more than .., ". ".* brolter >nto atoms, 900 square miles. In what SUM? It s smashed to mUh ? 14. Which Smith spent his z. under the spreading chesttime trailing Fu Manchu. and nut tree, you used to llnd the vllrice vena? SMOOTH, COOL the beauty rream that is a 'treatment' HaaeliM Snow' iloea M morh foe raw akin. Women thr wueld over wart it aa they do so iilhee beanty ereeaa. So maalralK roollDf at all 10 soot) lor trealms little •nialllai %  u Sam.' aaoail be ) lae3. n .I'd: 15. Chief of staff to Gen. Eisenhower, later Ambassador to Hussia, was %  Smith? 16. The original Wright plane was restored to the right place In 1M8. I.e.. the Smith Poeahonta.1 And under the brown derby there was Smith? 4. If you leap to the right eonelusion, you'll identify the lass above as Smith of movie me '"f*. %  I *ocanontas wu urettv %  _. "SF mo "' ^ mi '" fnHMh to make lum lose his head, in the army in World War II than but she saved the head of members of any other "family." Smith? What name do you suppose was 18. Kemembered for his nor> !" £? ^ st numcrous (No. It trayals of the old British emplrewatnt Jones; Jones was fifth in builder on the screen is Sir tho list.) Smith? A SINGLE "ATTERN U all you nd for this check bib collar. Io freshen your old dress, lite pattern from this diagram (one square equals one inch). 'Can I Forget A Hooligan V HT (HIMHI lluitli W.iriM-r ("THE FAILURE of my marpurity Fundamentally, you ore |e I have no shadow ot doubt thinking of your husband as l due to ignorance, deliberatethough ho were "the father of |tr1uced to by parents, school, your school friend." But all 1 Church at the time of my men ar e not moral hooligans. •b. w "t Mrs. A. Rethink it all out. The act of fAt 12 I was brutally assaulcreation in marriage is the point I by the 'respected' father of at which we have the highest ot lna sacrifices of his pleasi SILENCE IS GOLDEN dor' asks Mr. B. "A man has a nght to happiness, after all, and ir l throw her over, would anyone blame me if I married someone who could give me what r want?" Who said so? Who said tha "a Jlram y Parker is a sweet maker man has %  right to happiness' who5c rst attempt at chocolate A burglar has as much right to n,,k n ''' "early ended in disaster. hnVPllMts H ><>u. but we i a ke T,ns mistake was Dot louiid out good can tu no that he is not """' • lf,or ""-• chocolates, made rain in his "right." %  na( l been put on No une has an f^gfthifg rieht ,,i,lt 'A "ian bought half a pound to happiness. Other piiiple are ,ul """Z\ ' "> %  > "e so and that is Heaven. W for you. Jimmy!" said the customer me ever to come to feel mishandled by bad men and Even then, happiness comes as unexpectedly. "Silence is golden, haa rr.?lllS-hi'' eC T C i, Sm rC ^? 1 a b *-. Drod " ' ""' we are domy boy," and he gave the asGod-give^'way '' £LJ£? fc 22 "' 'i U y: vou >"^ V"U,h Half a'sovereign and We 8 'aTe 7,, the, Sitto Jf ^ * """* Ut emotion needs a physical way of Uprewlns itself, A handshake WI, V clous your wlfi ,., :Ti.ndIiness, a mother's rbecauss you urc such an angel '" hu tlm "as made a lot of kiss her affection for her child. ' husband.' faiilastic chocolate articles, Se.xii.il union expresses a love A woman nags IMCIUM she is l "'d i^iein-rs '.o a BBC programme Paul Revere is most famous now as an equestrian. But he was famous in his own lime as a smith? 7 ;. you wanted to get a Smith education, where should you go? 8. He's a key man In this world, this smith? 9. Joe Milier belongs in this quiz, for he was a smiih" L 0 V Th e ,nrmer Abigail Smith and her husband were the flrst tenants in the White House. Who was he? 11. Counterpart of a blacksmith is %  whitesmith. What does 1. What kind of smith made Gretna Green the kind of place it was? 20 Barney Google's old pal is Smith? *-CSjnusj 'Of ooi *>ujj -Ml (O i( .la, „ psfjumu aq * jo IUJIUU .uy, -n SuisjDi jji op finruaiiwi m.-A 'IIOJI uaiioO JO <|uu niiiuMiiiH^ II txuwpy u V or „l n.tiii*H"l B uniimiMf „ nan uoi '••! IJ >)11U1S i IWUMMAim '.' i-MfllH pu UaHvojg xq UROIIUII t—uqof i iiwv > a P*AJIV e intua Sum Fun Word Play Ann in live hours a ran count. Which Bill can in eleven; How much more, then, is amount That both can count in seven? */t I *Tl> I W.OHU /{ t %  "" %  W/II W Bl Miu i iunod U3 moq OMl THE four words FAIt, AHT. THE and HER can be*combined into one word.—FARTHER. Hero, now, is the a group of six little words— HEN ART ARE EAR WAR THE Which one word of 11 letters I have already i breakdown." I it not too late, but it may | very njrd. Begin by n>meni(, that you are (ar from bc' in the experiences you I been through. (hooligans on a Bank I. r the beauty of a piece of sovereign and it. Despite sweet rationing In rttaln Imimy is still busy and .....i '" hu time DM made a lot Ho toysklc W ith litter and mess, that has pledged itself, from the spiritually unsatisfied. As often lhat 1 - his tiint he nas made a Why. the litter : t the hooligans %  nvtnted from doing dam%  Ham. THE !'-r A 1V REUlB to be enjoyed. I natural beauty of sex and age has, for you. been marI by thoughtless parents, who djou r.othaig. and by a man's Fkhty You grew up with i in your mind that warp[ It, picked up mostly from r school friends. Get clear of irubbish—those wrong ideas Kb associate sex with imvery nature of the act. to the as t '" mnrriagr OOtbill In mtRtptn for the local setting up of a family, in which bar husband UaWTJ, windmills with chocolate child mi shall llnd security and n;,s ll iniaKtnatinii. little tender,llIs that pi round and affection from both parents. IM of humour, ami chocolate models of tllm stars. Only wrong Ideas or lack of tries lo ue "l'easoIIabk %  •' with her He is particularly busy in the on on the part of a when wt "it she wants is sponspringtime with Easter Eggs, which %  ntoi( m ui uint *m jo / unw As Plain As A & B %  can spoil the sacredtoncous affection. nets of all that is involved. Find a wise counsellor. Just to talk about your fears may help to dispel them. Only while they are hidden in your sub-conscious mind can they do you damage. IF MY WIFE nags at me all and night, what should Go back to your wife. L.E.S. arc made in two half sections and then joined together after the lilling has been put in. ma limoo un uuv 4IKK( JUO t 1( -iiaMSNV '*UMnJ"*f.. •! PJO* Jijx H2MKMV l'K.\ PALS Study the following set of JSA J. McLENNAN, 28. Green •quattDU: Street, Newburg. Georgetown, A + B = 111 B x A :!.tl British Guiana. Hobbies are wri:A B = 12 A — B 143 ing, guuur K oalliiettikg postcards. How quickly can you datarmLna raad m g ana gi which numbers A and B represent? a %  uMumt p v J 1*-.ClJO P pJlpuny HIHTIIIIAVS HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Heh n Corbtn. Agatha Brathwnite. Patricia Wallace and Dorothy Grazette who celebrate their Birthdays this week. HAZELINE SNOW A lit 'KHit.'i.HS W H HUM!' ro. PRCJDITT MEN LOVE WOMEN WITH BEAUTIFUL HAIR USE A.K. POMADE AND GET WISE TO YOUR BEAUTY POSSIBILITIES. All llc.uiiiliil Hair was not born Hint way. TRY IT ONCE USE IT ALWAYS! On Sale al all Drugs and Department Stores. STOKES & BYNOK LTD.—Agents ^S getting somePEP 0*4VIGOR ontiVIM Ws getting it safely ll^tKaBKGl^ofKLlM FtRSTM Alha-SillZK bunts (li.siil nliif The same safe analgesic that relieves headaches so quickly cause* rUka-Sattatf to bring quick comlort from muscular aches and sole* lsss,T5roponeor tuo Alka-Seltrer :ablets in a glass of water. Watch it spaikie.then drink it down.Here is reliable First Aid -pleasant to tak %  too. Keep a package handy. Not a laxative. Fint you listvn, thvn — YOU FIND YOURSELF SPbAKIRIU THE I.HIII iiii: Kru.wlMj;r :t tuifua<>M U rrf gn*t value to UIOMI .^nb-ik-ng'on tw rrt-rr •il to til UMM >Oo Intend lo travol brMd. Kundraaa of OVOTMM sludwiU hnv. pnmd by Mtptrlonco th*t Lin*u.pnona Is Ot* atiickMl. MIIMI .n4 m—' mioroRics %  / o* salalns niMocy ir IT 18 UssfMaai M Alka-Seltzer Miiis lAaoaarosiis. INC. soys ELSIE Iht BORDEN cow li' m.i uirpri*mj( how much energy youngilen can gain from drinking Kl l.\ „.,. Ja ; Ever, glauful bnmi at* wauletonic %  caiaUaMM o ncccaury for growing thildio. Yoo " otpnil on K,L1M 1.1 build >,>ur voungucr ilurdy and "'•V Ml ,.i ,,. | .i,„l Mi.lii,. B IM ll ••! too. became 'i milk rr.iJutcd under Mriu unjiar) lonlrol lo mure uni*" •WUtf. Jii,i jn unnl your younguex miei creamy-rich *UM nul^ I,, ll ;,,.., ,, 3ri J ,hrive oo il! "*T IN PREFCRENCI THI WORLD OVER KUM MILK ttie fumilf A proicction againii ill-health, a iitcngihcning lood for cblldfaa . there's gooJocss in 'Kepler' Tor all the k .iiid D and gives extra cncrg>. extra nourishnKiil. Its v*vct. malty flavour is so palatable \oo. kiruir *s COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT A BUaflOUGHS WELLCOME SEE HOW EAST Vou loam quickly by bocauM rou Uoy l*tmuis>. You lu to *vm lti t /tu„ge raultloMlr ipulun itto rtoanto by npnu. A. you llitpn. you follow in tho illu.if.lrt kay.book Uto words your t*Bchor m i,.u.. fcon you borotna *o Round-perfect ami word-porf* that you aro able to bofln mp—MUM, raadins and writing flu* WUTK roa THE ss-rAoa rasE BOOK Pool the coupon below for f-L __ which eipuina fully tho Unua-phone method ol language learning and how you can an tha Course and tulUo* dlroc from our Mail of expert* In 1-w.den. Couiara In SJpardeh, French. luiun. %  nglth '(-i focelgn •ludenui. Oerman ICuuian. Modem Kobrow. Dutch. Pollih. fiwedl.li. Norwegian Hlndu*Um. Csach. Piruaah. Irtali. Eesairanio. Afrikaana, CtUnea.. PeraUn. Arabic iSeTVPtlan.. LINGUAPHONE FOR UM.I \i.h Naaae iBLOCti CAPfTAU) CO. PRODUCT Sale Ajeeat fe SerMeM COLLINS' LIO. IM Iroe* k, Plee*e tend mo 'peat freel K W-paafe book about the ,iaaphone ktethed of l a n gusas iudy I ho*> a vaenophone 1 n*vi no granopbone. (Pteeate %  Wlko out one ol Ihow). I an lntereaaed la the -*nguaa." for gonenl p ui yi at. I ( ana eteo ipeilally intareatad bn I Strike out whatever doae not I apply i Fondgn Travel, Blllgoaat. Utorotwe, Science. C o n oular CUlBrea Select These Early Your Cott of Living Bonus for Monday Tuesday 6 Wednesday Usually NOW Crown Malt Extract... ..38 24 AYLMERS Pork & mm JO 24 MonUul.osB.antMangeJ.6 15 4 Favour* lo each iki. Nignapore Pineapples. 46 35 Cnbea and shrn. I eknri "Nulricia" Dried Full Cream Milk from Holland 1 lb tin 92 2Mlb. tin .. 2.08 '• lb. I in .. 4.01 5-lh lins Ice Cream Mix Tins Jacobs Cream Crackers .. 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r\u nr.HT st-VDAT .\nvor.\TF r =!E %  j, 4&4#*&dAJ**j*A4M 4 h fr ,..: i risasvi dm>h nut en -taste. i''if iJr I and yt*t riptV. I & hut th* fuiiua of 'oni kgkagM . and (pursuit of Love ...,., xiMS 1900 1950 Low recttco boast soove-elbosv r lover lone okirt uarr iim : t; calls owl Muumm Uyi. chcmlf, \ girl1 parents Mi" -i-vanfl-so Mr So-nnd-So .4'. punctually. proa las: minute cnehine; Never on food money, sex. Henry Irving and Ellen Terry Uu !" eher B AKt• FAVNUTI I MH1 SHi CALLS HIM HER IDEA Of A Dlr SHE TRIES Ifl OOBBE 'I All tlSf MILS I t-int out a danoe on the stairs Dreamy wall* •' Merry Wtdow.%  \ bounder 1 He trtod u> put an arm round H aMMMta, HvW SHE SNUBS HIM HOW SHE tfFERS 10 THEM 1(1 SHOCK IAC 1I0 %  • IStt FOR A DANCE i COMPIIWENTS HER ON I Tne vapours. Olvlng nim one of the Ian dances I Jp J*Lj* ro y r yyp. c *? t| It looked oelier :or.g. Dinner Jacket, no glove* ); %  f4d %  Qtrl approved by boy Honey. LIUWU1 Any uov after I. A.L. From a oox On loot monev sex .i %  :uv OIlVtM tlld Vivian Leigh Those Wicked Tories Of 1831 And labour's Clarion Cry For The Elections Will Be 1731 Let Us Face The Past We know whit line the Socialist* are going to take when they appeal to the country. Last time, they had a stirring and satisfactory slogan. "Let 01 Face The ruture." Thi time their clarion CTJ will be, Let Us Face The The speeches are already being rehearsed and the propaganda already spreading round -Remember lfSl. We must nevci have that again This If the retor that spring* to every Soclali-i l.j,. It Is the answer to all prohpast. present and to comr Nineteen hundred and thirtyone was indaed a terrible year U* i olm Br04j.11 Lords and the whole Tory gan. The* People were writhing, or course, as usual, but U actually thinking or doing soaiething about it. Trt\\ were drilling ,n secret and getting ready to burn down public buildings. It was a tense and terrifying time. Civil war wa? at hand, and if the Torif* had not given way in the following vtar there would have been vrir I ni-iva'ely paid for) on the green not Charles was ruling >*2f" "J* r lu-r.etit ai all. And The People the unfortunate People, had Ml even got as far as ,:.thing in those days. t. :— .l.tU ..nil anathv T— Bui things were not much Ix-lter m 1731. RMiwmber 1731 .' Well, if you don't we'll loll you about it.' As a mailer of fact. After the election unemployment nolmng mU ch happened in that among Socialist MPa roae to v( ar Mt ,„„ p r im. Minister Ml ghastly proportions, and famous ; nfl mt-fl abominable of Tories. leaders found themaelves back n „ wn Walpole w'lere they started, bawling dm ,'ioars. in village halls Some fussy people might ..sk and welfare institutes, while Walpole was. strictly speaking R,.., ll _. —,.. 1; shown that the painful recollei I'eople were wnthing in vain l.oru of 1M1 are partkularl .ink in sloth and aprtl Ihey thought not having a Parlu(luite a good idea. (,'harln the Plrst wa. niu.i hi ,ued in hi. brutal deaigns b. .. man railed Thom.s Wenlwr.,i .ho became Earl of Staftor Wentworth's motto was Thorough." so he must have been a Ml like Philip Snowden He wn. a Tory it ever there . ont. Then, of course, thet Star Chamber. That wa. a cross Wtween BelMn and the Ir.lann Bevenue Department [I that writhing began as a natlona pestime. It started with the few. Mil under the care at Socialism II spread to the whole commu,.i I'ndoubtedly. IK11 was | year thnt must never lie forgottrrSo good to dunk so easy to maki Tory Henry VIII So was 1531. Henry VIII '•'' llien King. He SMOKERS CAN SMILE.. OoodnZi d n--r hime Snappy samba Baay. Ill Gold Outside • He tried to p:ck me up." Thr walk-out. .flectlve with those who wen DO ,,,!, burn at that date. But wh. stop at 1931" All The Past If you are facing th* pa. wj mil fare the past—all of it* Theiwere lots of pasts before 1931. The People did not start writhing In helpless rage in 1931For example they were writhing in 1831 I*t us go back another century No. indeed, we must nev hack to 1"31. It was tho blacker l-eriod of Tory Misrule. On second thoughts, that : perhap' an exaM*"'"". Th • slackest period was 1831. In IMf ymr, Charles the Fltlt, the MB.. of Blood, was King. He is sorr.rlimes called Charles the Mar Ignoranl people who never hrai t of Tolpuddle (remember Tolpu-i(M.'.' i, but in fact he was Just & toon of a capitalist. He hang, a lot of innocent chaps who were Ptally the forerunners of the ILK though they weren't educate*. enough to be aware of the (art Ho also had six wives and %  num. I*i of side-kicks. It is easy enough to guess what Party he belonged .o. 1531 wag definitely a bad, bai if it eomag lo U*a*. 31 wal no better. Tlial n But someonr is askI*t us go bacfc arwner crmu.^oVy^Vh^ng hair and a snoot, ing what this nonsense is ail If n thing's worth doing. Its worth ;"*j about what has 1431 ' doing welL expr- %  with the problem of lo-d.. That was an appalling y"r^ T(|rv thur i cs | regretful answer I ,831. 1 maan. ^^IWonn ^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ w ^ v ^ being opposed by m'w ^r^^**J< B V; ;&ra m -, hr year 1531 But neither hU IM'. — L.F.S i. rig up To siio* an inch of ankle HOW Hf HAKES THE NOT •_ SAYS SOODNIfiHl Sftt WEVER rONIEMPUIES' IH'T ffUII '"PRY 10 CHIIDBIim. •_ HER MAIN IHIEKSI • • Hanaa. tee:, taoe. A irtt-r. it vou happen to be o.;%  '.lyag'-Q ..." a week in adannoi lu st>ow off a plunger %  %  ly's dance. Pan and tne rail. bi call an hour %  hiMoBi gaanoalhaki -i I anpaii! ftimii\ planning. on %  .!.'. %  BBOW 1^_ 1*'fwi'^lftfywr raiijA wonian i place u in the home An unplanned lamtly llsn everyone talks i Conera'tS For Sohumau Lunches Schweitzer Wilh Adenauer liament partio itie luncheon —Keuter. %  Yes, Nicou Keeps your teeth really dean, free from nicotine iuin and dulhng film. No Deed to worry about that extra tigarcttc, if you use Nicota. You will be delighted with the pearly whiteness of your teeth and the freshnmof your mouth. Get a tube of Nicou today. BONN. Jan. 14. Went German President. The French Foreign Minister. Theodore Heuss. has cabled conRobert Schuman. met Chanct'llor ui-atulatlons to^ the Governmala to the UniAd Nil' Guatemala Ratifies Convention LAKE Sl'CCESS Jan. 14. NICOTA SMOKERS' TOOTHPASTE whitens your teethbrightens your smile hero Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, perhumanl'tartan philoropher, Alher a.'a luncheon given in hishonoui marttnl 1.1 Mil '.''_P. ua ^; SrhwelUcr who celebcles his today by the German -•,,hh rthdav today at his mission ment in the Palais Schaumburg. deposited his Government nation in Umbarene. French the seat of the Chancellory. ir.enl of rati.kutum o Ok s'.iatorial Africa Schuman arrived after visiting veiu'ion on the crtl Sihweimr recently returned W .'ne Wesl German President Theoextermination of races. his missionary and scientific work dnre Heuss. at his home. Gu.iU %  7 atrlea after a brief stay in All members of the German irv to A _.i.r Cabinet and the leader of the ParReuler. Guatemala is th..seventh counthe convention — I [.:! %  OUUIde noine oav tor equal wort ry' %  . I yj.' : i-nstu\ Has Fairlv GO home outaai wa.bald In Tirana urn the pagaonaJ din etlo i tenor Minister. 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PAGE TfiN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SCXP/Tt, .'.\NV\RY ir, rtj, SCENES FROM THE T.T.C. CHRISTMAS MEETING How Three of the B. W. 17s Most Important Horse Races were Won and Lost. B\ H III! TRINIDAD ur.RBV llll IRIMIHD DERBY to nmw the richest htw raee in lb* nbbean. richer than theIUNV Jamaica Werbr which about Vii year* it* senior. Hw. in foar pirtnrea taken specially for ihe Uimb]," Ihe brief tery of now Mr. William Seott'a bar filly. Ocean Pearl won the raee wtrtrb lM wa j fct her owner S4.S4J.64 In itake and an ..Wilton a I S549.M in bre*der' premhma. seeoai d wu Mr*. Grace Le.nr. China DMI. bred in Jam-tea. who roHected $1,184.32. third fJormirr another Jamaica*, whoa* owner. Mr. s. W. Brankrr rerttvH $592.16. and faarth the Trlnldad-bred Radar, who bronchi her Dr. V Bain. S4M4*. Ml tl *.RT The It^.k %  mudd* Hid a t.nr tltUM ihmtl It (he m U Win* in the backr*nnd Thoe m<>-l r..s,l> mad* awl IN 'Irfl lo rtffct Mnen . Nrrtreted 0"\>I1>. SntoM Thirketl), !* %  torn Ml Joarpht. Roaemary (Pa-ne). China Dull MrVj Nature Bo* tat Gonial-z and (>"*n Pearl i Mende. Vole the dlfle: rare In Mv|e ol the Venezuelan and English !'-"*•' %  *• %  %  all balan<< Sirbv Th.rkell and Lalltmer erla with RMM ., :1 ,| aajabj OCEAN PEARL vtarled anodai on lavourlte and the hall bred hlh The Atom and Rotrman were next In demand, China Doll Rained ba< B4fl on the -irenwtti ef bar areaaralmn her farm on ihe irark prior to the Deri" m,i being tfrry ouUHUndina; The Barbados hoaw -.urtone had been %lrk before the rare and waa still reeoverlnf from a eMd and fmmt Afl the rare aradTfaaed ih> iortaa>e •I these berae a waxed and waned a* our pi< lures %ho ITKST IIMI RiH'N'D. >unlone i in ihe lead. Oeean Pearl I far on the ouUide. bolted at Hie first tarn Here he hide* Kar| who won hy nlv | hort head and IMBrd a decided shadow ta be raat un her >nmin.i \nd look: Who said 13 wa an unlu'k> number? BOOKERS IB'DOS) DRt'G STORES LTD. Broad Street and IUl.n<* (ALPHA PHARMACY) Chdc I % &f *• ,art i,h doublo-aclion Ihormogona ModiCfllad Rub. In soothing modkinaf vapours will bring ipdy 'oliol from Haad Coldi nd CtfVrh and ts dap pona>raliv s -/,(( bro-W HP r *od ea*e Cough* and Rhnunwbe Paint. You'll say I hermogena Madicalad R ub .s a real bkissing I THER M E O I C 3IOOE3TE AT ED RTI STRENGTH \v loauii aMnjy -nd ** *hcn you no longer Uffj -naieton >^i:omtn foaaNonal liicnuth* buildinnl'ood-phovphjrus andproicin. Stood and nerves* ric-wd twdhacourwof 9 i .i tlut ihci %  %  health, youlh and I On M/P ol %  „,„l raamiai utiHiy Row I^JC 1 into ; -aam >ou ll serene %  SWAT Of. EX: V/.WT ; TONIC FOOD IIKI vikillly ... Hi.I.T.I. I up Mr. K. D. Latlunrr up. THE ttlNM.K LLIt |N leada in Sturm %  Olft Ibla mar Hi. 1111. %  -1 bechinlna liard i a. i T.T.C Bandb ap on lb. third da> than -he > i ii" tail own II am lie* ll In r hardloutli' Thto race now lakes Ihr place ol Ihe iinaatw Qmtaih Cup Run WWtt '•. tw ln|s |Mt ycar'a rare itlrarled llir larger (ban usual entry ol 12. but four hroke down bsfam] Kaint %  • tin* pusl lls MIU.to the winner waa % t.76K 64. thto belni a record >iim hecanae polni monrv (rom the %  taki maj hliher than ever The I mare Storm'k Gift proi rd superior to the creolm and after lakin. the lead Itetwren Hut four and the thrre she *tavrd oft a strans bM by Blue Slre 4 k to wlrt by a neck Thto waa SturmQkfl HUN in Trinidad in i"l;i and li i nMU Jamaican Blue Streak. He beat her In Mi T.T.C Plata in June but before that inrcl ban, u M out afaj lud Hrl v u lories ,>\ --r bfjn Pew A Hau hortrs In. f \ri mi-l ra. li ulher m uftrn N M On Ihe third day ol the mreUnit lhr> met a^ain and i.n.e nui e baa become one ol Ihr LiMmrilrs ol iU, Irinldwd %  TanW HIM ol,' U Monn(lift was Ihe uinncr i notable Itiinc* JIK.UI MOIIIM (.ill is U, i .j,j.ii> I..I Kfjril ll law 1 U Ihr |49 T II t up a. c ol the merlinc mini peoplr llnmcln she had had a > llllltv l( „,., vs ini to do herself JU sii. Hut it is likely that she iaMl. r lot ilu %  u mc 0 ( 2.|5 ihrrefun anord a* for this Cop raca, alo ihr llrsl weather. Thr linir of Ml IhrrHonappear* klou l.wl ihe r.i. mfl reallv a very fact one. ^B. %  hs>L %  *. -rs^Jm nr lRlfc* T %  ** "^., au %  • %  *** -^r" 4V v "' I Mr LAST BEND: The lead which -ost Klur Mreak the rare Mono* Gift Mine aeat %  1Mb] by LatUmer aa Slrb> heins hto come back with Klu, MnaJj Ihe (iamhlrr third, and Gun Sit* jr < living hard but (annul BM up so i-iiiti. is ih. pare. I"h' Hi t ilt is Si.tk* v i Ml 11 IssH two-year-old eyent ol the ^uulh Caribbean also uw a IMMfd • 'It ft! paid out to the winner. Run over alx fnrlonis Usl wear's ,,,. attracted It entrant* of which the *cn..i... ,l -. ( \ uirrnt bred Bow BrlK | labourite Second fa\ourlle^ .:> I |',„|,i kfed H I I ini.i.l ^ I u> Bulit-v i i c went to Fair Profit and Lai> Bones was MMMl Mri llMMhl IfWl surprise waa the l.ct thai Bow Hells waa khnM out of tht | Ua outsiders Mon Ami and Sun Glee. Fair PlMH H ..wred i i rid trained by l.to Ullllamt who alko preparcu Blue WUmk a I'oil. Thto nat therefore an all hmi eaa trrumpu. ,r lure ll.an .„ir DtTbj -un How Hells to nMR • %  the 1ML Themtcan be seen how Laa) Iteaiea the white hers. MM* l„ uke Ihe rar. id I jlr Profit. I hen i Man Ami. Prlnceaa hl*ea Mon Ami while *„,, (;(„. is f -arl h p^^ BcUi w ^ |rUj m ra lluht. MM t.lrc ami ICABJ Hope I lu k lime Mcnde. an Leap On to decidedly oft balance reaatted alck. ""' " A'V "pOJoawilf < cloryJay-s 1 .„rky„u..thc!ir ..ind I Amir cleaiili to dttp duwu im,,, clnnllw ,> U I lie iruik : ANDREWS LIVER Si COOtS • REFRESHES • INflGC



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^T. JANIABY IS, IK* HENRV SUNDAY ADVOCATE BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE "? IT WAS O^TAN" •JsfYONI WANTS BY WALT DISNEY PAGE ELEVEN BLONDIE k BY CHIC YOUNG tVcGi* %  f AppoLvnmffT GO* i> miljjjts T IIJL kLIC CXOBU1 Tl ft i tiM f Ur4 Ca. UA Gordons StoftdsSuptetna SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE Ifir Conquest T;;E VEKGEANCE CF THE SCORPION ,.A**0 AX OMBATJOH OOTH££/t ;.t •**Ti6 8OT-OML666. A 1 ^* hiGW" YVfi LOST TOMfcTV CVGAN 0\ £ff SOAffO w£ GOT I, A POST-dSD COOM hONPON V r-CEJ rtSEKS LATEC A£* COO D3V CLOTUfiS HE LONE RANGER m .cixiBY FRANK STRIKER HOLD NOUB FWE') (COME ON, BIFF.' WEU. GET OUT Cfiin VOIP MIGHT HIT/-' ? - 7 E — )UO • Si HI Hi XT YOl'R A %  %  mm %  %  mm • m SfrH 1 WCM m REFRIGERATORS HOME APPLIANCES (ITERATORS — ELECTRIC MOTORS ENGINES — LIGHTING PLANTS PLOUGHS TRACTORS MARINE ENGINES DIESEL lA'CINES AIR COMPRESSORS REFRIGERATOR PAINTING HOUSE WIRING SWITCH-GEAR REPAIRS ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST MICHAEL DIAL 4629. 4371 Healthy People keep their and healthy with PNGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS W *XT Tug [ WFLLL '>TOf LlGTfipj I AM MXJR GONSC lESXLE TM*JK ; c*>rr MAKE ->OL DAUGMTEC UNMAPP/ BV STOPRM -> >u? — — ACCOLKT-, CREDIT LW'T 1 1-4 AWDCWTGO TO DWTV9. 0 MOMaAU. RIGHTALL ClGHT-I V-15MICOULD GIT AWY PCGMMLXJJ white teeth, use the PHROXJDB pa*te—use Maclean* eray eta/. 2 1 %  .v/iv^>-,v/,w/,v.v.v,v,-,v,-,v.>v^wv,v,( BY ALEX RAYMOND iff / AM' U90K/ A PK3MT; AM' i >* THESE'S I VALE3IE I'M 4 BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES ? •AJVP FROM BOAT TO PlANE-% THINKING All THEWHtLE | THAT HE iSQiOHtlHCE I tM / 7//W */* CHANCE • THE PHANTOM Si/^i OUT OF NtWCl TY&OtiS eiOTHEt jr M/e KEWtAPt HIMtf&IM rm I r in MI —r^ J BONI KHOWWHBU I'M. 6Olll6,BllTAL0NOA < [TKJ3 PlANtTAKlSMC TO < i: They're all fixed! lixcd prices! And identical parrs! That's what •m gel when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine lord spare parts are sold at low, fixed pricesand every one of them is made from high qualitv materials, to hnc limits of precis, !" engineering, and checked and counterchecked for accuracy. We. as •Mil lord experts, know that only a genuine 1 \>rd %  pare will do a satisfactory job in a Ford I hn a why we alwavs l,t them—an c nanntnl OBI Charles McEnearnev & Co., LKI. LINES WE WANT YOU TO SEEM %  LADIES! SPUN SILK A VERY HIGH CLASS QUALITY {s %  It's worth a lot more (or \ ;J Quality. The shades are ;. superb. 3 wide — UM per yd. }. GENTS! PIN-STRIPED m NAVY" o DARK MOWN 56 in.. $8.47 at THAW'S Lr \ I'r Win ItaHy <*l Sw*n *t ', %  ,:',>*%.% %  ,'.',;<,',;. '•'''<**''''''-*-''*>'*'*'*',•*, S.'^^ ^•tsfeMM -.-••



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PAGE TW I %  SLNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JAXtARY U, ug. ^ CLASSIFIED ADS. ANN C l NCOuflU FOB BALE I roMNT WANTED ixurr rovND i"* %  Mini* 1 *"" 1 charg* %  • PUBLIC SAL** gftTATB pel •*•• "• i llinfmum chars* • • ^ a Par agate He* •• — SS..NC 'IffiroCATE lkl per tneb %  —P.hllc Saleo-CoW = 1R EAL ESTATE LA.ND To (>' i „ ckei>. noj* DIED mi n ( tmHW Friend* %  " ••" A P C P M vi.r. | sVA I — in a THANKS ..,. nn ^. L ** *" PERSONAL test. :e is i > ' p MOMS *•£•< ">£ 1 1 *CABIN M.mm '-^JStJ"""'.^ -T-1 or* fitted tluud^ifl"" %  • .colon aenvy % %  CAMEIiOT, Crtehwa Road, -landing on .„nar^ c ~"•_£=,il fl^r. %  " ream. > b^roomj. r ch wtUt running wl*r. T-"<" ". '^ c HllJiS SliN^HIkl T, .', U fotSlt" 111 H>_ Waaki.ru •! DrbllilT A ""n," 1 *I T..I01 IS 1 SO-*. partition. Bwh pipe Wtis'JM Ran*. Ht B3l LuClll* ano *( ^lOrem Hn> AfK COMII „o2 -ho -ht —u. C-d. 0. *J nn>M throurh 'h <*•>" ," %  "" ,r*iaihta*-v Mn PrtT %  lh*"-i. Alar/r. ar.hi. !" HOUSES KTJT TOT oo-S~ W*h-J"••' 1 haotoom. ruml-h-1 PrJ ] l TUW*Van ,.uns> Mam Rol T AHICIX Tr'-r TH* publkc arc hby wnwd MainM pvln cndii i my wt* JBTWA BABB HM UtWEi M I d* net now myMll r*vorlbl lor nr or anyon* •*•• >"iraclmf nv 4*b< or d*bU In my "-"' iMtom y wiltUn ord T W n*a by mr WAI.TW BABB. [L.. HJ 91 Luty 14 1 M-*n •WAJ.T A NTW BUMOALOW C* fB VIA* I '•" •"PP lnnt >" Tirf. prt.bBr * n*rby WMTW*1 a'i-'-' i*i" rradtt to my (• NOJWA MAX1MB WABjp >rvr CORBIN^ M I do noi hold rrmi' rn^wiBiin* IOI br or uny•nv rlM ronlrwtliM fiy dM or dtrot* M my MM urO* by %  wr!*n ord %  nd by in' DA1-RYMP1X WAM) Water Hail Land. E^lc IUU Rd St MK-4i**l I I BV- ._ Illl AIION \l B wtH oBW tar -ir %  IT Hijn 3(rtt. PW a— of Jaauary Hcu AtM Unity IliKh Srhool rvrroLD -1 %  > i i Rl-orCS 17TH JANUARY fj.mnri Cam MotMUy IWt lf Bnlranc* Fa if 00 Camarrrrlal Subjarta Uugh*.. "Ill atlmtlon flvm to backrd BUBOt. JOSEPH N SIBnniXHI> H>dfnaita. u r %  m Tlmr^iaay ar D**lnf ,alkd "pAJUmUX" W UW -ihrra*.. I %  %  • UB a r^r* '•• •mask* at tta Bark mm-it* Th Baa badoa rouniBrriMowtlon any daj aa^—-brt*#n tha hoMW ml • %  %  *. fff on aBpll!lon to tb Mnant M %  ">£• Tor l\.h*r parHculam and condiilon* of B.V.. ^rijirCATTORD CO. %  1 M-n MODERN HIGH SCHOOL TW Bcliool will now rr-oprn on TuraMr llth Inat Thrro ar* vacancMr lor boyi who may apply a cc o m a JU ad t>y Ir parrntayfuaVdUna on Monday HBB X. A LYVCH. Principal 14 1 V In WTIBJLOW-.. CatUr Waah. "J*^*?' Ji-nuarv, P^*ruary. Mareh May. Juna BtroM Ita-J.. %  *— a !. &f -*> BUSDOBB rrtxumm-N* m *~" IN MEMORIAM rLLENMAV BSLLAB -a '' ' ,M lk J>— saf< -IIF!* aalhrtrd In. %  OCTOW. lar If Ood hawi^m iron •••') '"'' iwn, ihU fntah >• .. FOR WALK HKillwiNDB, Carttla-aaah rr „.nlha o Paftniary and BUren Dt .,..,, l* i . NnwHAVEN*. Crana Coaat full> furnlaMd. Gaxagoa Brrvani U# M.p.rb balhinc ba.ch rrbruary. Bta. !" „„,„... Phone 4418. i I I !__ Mruat* 4 Harilna>. ( HL'WHUX, Mav*waUa CMM. I bed,.,*•-, nghl..d-w* to beaefc. fully IWrtiah- A^.ilabW frara March Irt Apply B-lph A Brard. Bart*'j>fl Al*-. rVRNIBKED FXAT-At Coral Sandi. Wonhinf Unan, and Sllvw. Oood anbalhlnf. for further parturulara Dial %  1M. Alma LdahWy. ' ,k ^' 111 amtaidanil Tltl afp* > %  at mm* Omcr in Jam* Strwt. BTlBjii jrn. M rriday lb* rth day o* January lt. The DwelUn* Houa* caUad "BCVLAM" ind th* land lharaia beAaaiBI ^4IT aquarr fret, Tn Dw*llin Koua* comprlaM Cloard Gallery Drawln* and Dinln* Rooma. i;edroomi. Draaaing Boom, Toilet Bair ,i.O Kitchen with Betinc. Water. Ga/^ (1 . Clyde Maillond %  a Lord, Jama Richard !l -Aire-r Kero.-th Oliver Mae 4 •Bwaholle. Orett TYOwor TrpircH. Hem. Cdlann rranklm. Darlliurban Cerone Allman. Colin Vore Hoyce. Merton Auattr. Jaeluon. Bwlaaton Edward •Batn Neville McDonald Mapp. Vernal Clarrr.ee Mannall. Carl Bar n ford •Innto". Pttnca Albert Sroly, Bondoraon PloaoraM I Boat, Horbett DeLA.le I PaaHllT. Errol Bertram Raid, Dwni. McDorbot Yound iMurralli. Oranlley Annapolli. t Millar. Viacom Orvlll*. I %  Herbert. Alston Dowanne I Holder. Alrin 81. C. a Squiroa. Harold Prank i -larwli, Donli AJovaroUr AI candidate* for Vntry 9choUr.hip.. SPBY §nWJBBT m bocih* i M LTKCH. for H*odm*'-T THE PARRY SCHOOL Teo Parry School roopmi on Mond lanvary 1* al 4S p m %  ULI Balla MOVHalifax Tiu all Bftti Mar. llth Apr Anile* SalU B'doa B'doo lTlb Jan loth Jan 3rd re*4U> Peb 4th Mar Mh Mar Hat Mar. land Mar. nth Apr. lath I M. 1 !X 14lh Jan. iaoi i.>. VTIta rab 27ih Mar l*lh Apr. llth Jan. 14th rrl) 1Mb Mar 1st Apr. am MP, lllh May Ama Hid J M .v. 'h r J5a? Sit a Arrlvaa *is;; % % % %  B j J""h Aaa ^ >MI> Ha, 1 GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-A,^ %  ST. mCBABlS VESTBV SCHOLARSHIP NAME Howard, t I W AVI I I. AUTOMOTIVE ..! K.l.l ralui and l>'w> at lodfamar. Wotlhinf. ,,, |ll0_tlh ,rsrrr c "Ap*r"H.s W~hd. CO B~e. W-thjrM.^ Tin %  i oar. n -'I *'" roaMjmblo ot> G.rar M 3 < Alt !+' H perfect cotidliion Phone 3*0 IAKAWAV Bl Philip coeat. fully furtvuhod. Oarar*. Borvant "•; llalhlruj beach rium Marcb la*. t*D S month .-hon. 9. ,,,,„, f n yon Bf*rT (Ml l*A# >US. Coral Rand Cap. '..Ruv.i Tho-lre on the Sea. fun.i.n-o %  hed, 5 hodrooiri* and all i DM ani I ft 1 104l, Apply to O Layne. Ma*w*U. ( AK Standard Vanuard J nuropoavd J" 1 >•• ) l,,t *"""*, lrw KSana -ft routine overhaul al ,„ Work, on view -t CaMawa Oaraa* MOTXJftCYCLK BIA M %  p.aro. A ", M .. Tir mi* ll> F*ro Motor Tr 1 .(. Contact Courteay Garage WHRSaVUnMr H. l-rei Fully %  botlroon'ed huuar for rent .„ih Vacant a. from lal February. iPBt Apply P O Bo* 10* particular! IJ 1 SO In Tilt; ur.derdgned will offer for Sale at Ihra* (Jfrle* No. IT. High Street. Brtdg. town, on Friday BRh day of January. 1M0 al > p.m Thr Dwelling Houo* cllod ?f*K mt u th* land therrtb. eonUUiung 4,1* Mjuare feet, utuat* at tin Avmu* The dwelling Houaa romprlea* Oaller. Drawing Dining Room*. 1 Bedroom.. one wllh Dreaalig room and •jnatng WttCf hi each, llreakfaat roorr Blhlbrnet-*. Toilet and B*U. Gai Installed. Servant a room ano Carag* In Yard. I.twetlon any day rscopt Bunday*. I clwrcn the hour* of 4 p m and 6 pm M application on tha promt***. *l For further particular* and Condition* I Stile, apply to COITUS CATTOUD <* HI so—an HELP SArE Large Second hand Iron Sal* phone 4*44 ** aa—an THE ROSARY. Uppel Dayrella Road me 4 bedro".ni"; wall en%  %  .u premitri or Dial na 1SI.Win BUMOALOW • llaait Hall. 1'. mile. ,.„in uiwn Two bedroom*, running 1 %  Top FUt ) bedroom, runnin* water in i. MOM prr iiwnln Rm *• 151. M Hn T | re• it L nm Dtoaol %  %  OH SA1X OK BXNT-Farlry HUl. St P*ta Old Plantation nouae nn lartc ballroom. Dining room library, fourteri. bodioom* etc Ideal lor convertii4 Ui i-Miamim Club. For aeiai:Apply to Bradbbaw C^-mpany ( f ^ sHOHTllAND TYPIST—Minimum two year* experience—enodrral* p M d*. g>aOd .pelllng, ftvgllih *nd accurate iranecnpUm •uential Adaptable to other dutlecalllng for intelllgonc* m plaaaant Broad Street office. Our ataff I* ***** ' vacancy. Salary up to FJO weeki> uccordiiv* to experience llandwrite ana if poeelbl* re-type application amd.ng boU. to P O Box 1*4 B*"'< ,own i YOUrta IADY for our OrRco at Thr*. Hovue* F-tory. St Philip For lurthn particular, apply lo the Manager. 14 1 Slrnudo, Z. O Hmbm L. V. Goodridoo. R. %  ?. B. MUllngtoBv I. LR**ch. E 0 Padmor*. RE. InnMs. W. LHall. W. W. R*vd. L. C Clark*. T. C. L. Blbby. FA. Bralhwaitr, H. McD. S*cklea. B. A. GrifHth. M. L Redman. O. M. Archer. K. O. M Bu-nelle. G. T. Fordo, RC. Inniaa. V. C. Waterman. K. M Bat-on. R McD f^EB XO NASfX 31 Herbert. A. D. H Leon*. D. A. 34 Eatwlck. K. R. M Small. R. W M Goading. N. M. 31 Long. C. C. H Beekl**, PR %  %  • 3t C*ll*ndOT. V. M. C. • Bonnlstor, A M. M 41 Brankar. B. C 43 Blenman. D. Mc D .1 King. J. K. 44 William*. L. I.. 49 Bent. C. E 44 Hunte. O. O P. t Wladln*. K S. i Cain. P. A. * Hurkry%  • A. \DVF,RTISE . 0 KB OM EVENING ADVOCATE Pnbiiihed rrarr BbaWUr with an loci uafttiff eiiwoa*tkm trary w*n*. Tt* MV -CAR accept Cargo and P DnmmUa. Ai.tigua. nrvli and St Kltu, Friday 13th Inat. The M V DAERWO00" mm accept Carao and Paaaaaran 7 SI Lucia. St. V.nceni7^^ .ind Aruba. Data of MlUag^T glrm. B.W.I. Schooner Ownorr J lion iInc.i Tel. 4047. gth January. 1M0. B K A. Eteork, B. B. nmm 7'L. B. W O. B ,. A O •. D. C P. A Clarl li.ms-. . Sealy. H. F 111.ill. K. A Alloy no. C Davia. D. St C. tk-ock. A. S. Qulntvno. v sir Tudor. L. P Gibbi, W C Crawford. W. F Holder. W. L C. ST. THOMAS VESTRY M HOLARSH1P j NAME %  l-iyti* Edward Alhonian •AnTUtrong, Karl William Co. • Already attending Combermere School. Wh.ttimlUin, Dorian HcHugtl Rnd, Horace Deiahti HAMTli Tl FlBCBAJiE PBIVATEI.I I4MAJJ. HOUBB. condition ln,-val*rla I If locality good and price re^->nabie \ *ay No Agent. Box A C B 0 •*£,£•* D. INW-E PROGRESSIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP HOAIIDEH n a qurt homo 15 1 SO— %  NO NAME 1 Maynard. Noel ODoni %  < Inniaa. Wuuton Loroy j lleadtoy. Barton Hool 4 Archer. Kenneth Ol.v Donald Forde, Raphael Char lea MiOean. H*'Ph Stanlrv itevnold Edwin ABKTON 0a IM Maxwell Chrlrt | .ny Ftimiahcd Four Bedroom-. Drawing and Dining ,.n Verandah overlook nig the aea, ,II„I all Modern < onvemorrfoa Dl*l W1 or Mil 19 1 S0—an 1*1 III II SAIIS M )' TM A B" i A aTin POULTRV ELt-CTBiCAL iji' PIlOl lite* Price rtoO 0> I iHvtnf laland H > UK II 1 4n atlLTlON I'lHIM NOTMCK NOTICE UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER liY inaUuctlon* received from Uir In •uram-e Ageni> 1 -in M>I! -t the Oonr<.. i.'.i NM-JI. atrort „u HIIIIAY lOlh al 1 pm 'li l< A 40 Auatii i ,'INCKNI '.lUJr'ini rut a-TuVE O E C 32Smnn. one ,-*. ** l ,o ofle., ,fl. Se.W.U Airport Plwn HJ A RADIO II Man b "pp..,. H .1 a %  %  "'-"' ''f phone MM *" M '" KURNITURE ni.Mii iti-aHrtB iBawMfl WHO comprutng tH Sctlo* l> ***! I Morrl. Rock,. WOf ed < 11 bneaeing Table Mm .Modern. Ill Cboal-oJ .li Kitrhon C*bln*4 III two. I %  t„rdei 111 *''*H Birch table ..' I table All can baeon b*tw*i-i 4 C Bancmft. BaBWoU *"•*,';', ^ ,'„ Tender, ar* invited for Ihe exclu *-ve nghl lo toll llquota *tc *n to a*r%* lunoh*. and t** *t Ken atngton Oval during th* Tourravpproxlmalelv from Febru ary mi to February Hat I Tender* *r* alao tnvllad for th tijr.i..i'..iiim ei ihe BrltiUi OuiaiaT.-m Irotm AMkovlllo Oua*i Hou*. Die oval dortiul tha totirnamant. .1 roach the undarwgi.rd a t C F HaiTtaon Co*. Office not Ulor _lha n 4 p in on Monday January Mrd %  _ %  %  Tho Aaa u iiaaiBP doo* not bmd Ufir to aceopt mo kiwoal •"> PWAW1 THE BARBADOS CKICKET AJBOCIATUiN DM w r HOYOS MI 11-: • lo laiai • a i an WlfW Eligible fivorrod with tw ....— utturnl habit.. *e*ur*ly employed. .. a* perinaneM home life, dealrea •' na.i*. ilevoum affeciional*. undeotaiioir,g wife int*rert*d appl.rai.ta kindly reply with recent picnir* to L M P"' Omc* Box 44. Bronx Central aWMN-1 %  •V.e.MNY.USA ^^ Those cand,d.l tn L,. B. C and D who are not oflered a Scholar,„ „ „p-th„u. I h D ^!. on apol:.l.on !o the H..dm.ar either ,n -MUM or by jHiaM. t SKIT* .„.„ „„.. f^-oa.in. vacancy. "hiy, niav. JH *^v'"-""" — j personal visit, secure a fee-payint vacancy. POSITION YOUNG 1ADV 'Good referenc-. di.re. poalUon * car*t*k*r. ordorl' family willing to alaop M ,„. K .'. Ad^c__ v. ANTED Young Lady with kno' r.lfr of .horthand and typing for |*nerai MRce work Appl^ in writing to L J Ailuani. M^rkiUi— Co Ltd HF.II Slieet 1 1 -l gflXI-l THINK lunoe uaMi. all Cedar Dl.il >1M Boar) UtDaTTAI) Oi Gent, double Bed Mead ft Spring. Hair Mailrr-. i WECHAMICAL ES Hercula* SUv*r King, o term*. *ll mrdol*. In M**n and vn bUci A !" .*C..LM JJ5_ U UlwB THE SILVER IIAHMEI tin luroalii^ ITili b) iluU-t'lton. k will -.11 al w tnte.-i.4ii aU. Prter. a lot f AsUiiiMand -thri Hem*, which iniludea:— L andeUhrae mid c.uidlMlicka, iss Bowla. KUtMBB, Large Wauvr. Taapot Sht-mclu .11 Knives and Forlu. I tita, i.ii-ru Jugs ic. IT. HlvCi Vegetable and Entre DUhea, Cake Baaket. I in PLtlw, C oppti V. TBTAPMl BR4J I iiiinini: OtMUB, Bm ipoMCElM -nil M.ijoll.ii If Gluts Decanters, Bowla and Glasses; Very Beautiful Japanese Cabinet Inlaid with Mother >f Pearl and Gold; Old Mbugn> Liquor CaBM Fri'iuli and Spanish Cbest of Drawers. Flat Top Desk and Revolving Chair; Upholstered Arm Chairs; Ceylon Screen In Copper and Ebony; Brass Floor lamp; Telescopes, Field Glaaaea. BTS, Suit Cases and many other Hems of value laia 11 45 a'clock — Tenna t aah. BRANKKR TKOTMAN A CO. Auctioneers. It 1,60— 2n. MANTIS OlMSBfATEtT rlfSK Ono Hi CMrk 'FVmalei to %  tip nu-ithly account, and ferteral boon -,ir in umce Salon HO 00 lo 1*0 LII iitonlh, depending on qualification. *.Bgd] HI pea-aon wiUi r'"cn apolicaII-II to the Secretary. Rikaioin aaoihara, p.iv Street H I 90—m i — PR0DUCTI01I 0F rANCT MOLASSES 1949-50 All persons wish.n. to manulacture F ANCY MOLASSES.for the !.; p ratror perml-ion to manufacture Fancy M.lw for purpose, of export cannot be considered g ^ ^ ^^ Secretary. Fancv Molasses Control and Marketing Board. 15.1 SO—3n NOTICE I ,l.lll "'filial I lirr-MTWll Sak IT** Pi**aet Macaal' Art lfo4 IM4I 4 ) & M ON Tufoday tho Itth day al January i** *i Iho hour ol S o'clock in the after ,n) .in be rold at m omc* k* the (i,,.i bidder, AH that certain ptec* of Land contain [.*bom I rood* Mt, parchM aiiuat' %  ,Nulal. of Saint Mlokael biitllng ana -Mutidlnf on land* now or late of om i. F Rook, on two aado* on othoe potion, of a right of way. on land* now or %  ic of th* *ol*t* of on* l^danan dei..Hd> and on tha Public Highway at l)con. Road togeUier with meaaaug* or Walling naogaa, lU-Udin*.. Ac. called thrtwooffIhoroon and all aag—fa 'Au-'h^Tfrom CECIL MW1MMMON 1AIUXX lor and loward* atlMact|pn. Ml Br*a DogamoB to b* aai.l on day %  \rz?z* „•.•.- — 4l* will b* kept Jpon and a .ubaoq-eoi will be fixed for arid aalo V H >. ROC31XtlfM> A* Prooo-t kinMi Provofi ManBaT* Ossa*. ard Jonvarr MM. WANTED %  u Anmieatonor* o Highway* ol of SI. Thorn**. > too* ". r lb* .lut'aurtty of TK* Bali • Kiglx ... Loan Act >— Sealed tetidM*. marked on tho eJMOaypc Tindr*. tar Loan', wig be received D me not later than 31 at January. IPJO. l-.i il... loan ol gl.aw a i a rale of intorr. Ml exceeding; 4% Ono tenth of the principal of th* laan W'U bo repaid annually comfrMMwinf on* year ifter Ull datr of iha loan Tond a ia for a part ol the lean, moat be In unita ol ltd r r pru.RiM. Clark to the Comnu la loner* ef Highway. SI Thomaa 14 1 W an MI5CELLANL0US %  Concrete work Round MUd Steel n-t uvch A B Taylor Ltd Coloring* SUoet. DUI 414* ^ ^^ GAiVANlKCD SMBBTB 4 ft. 4S ft Auto Tyre. Ti-f.lgai Slire MSI, I l.BB-4 f I aoajJEDOM ITlOM F1BX Wtal a Fir* proof Saf* with door* aicuied b coeofcinatlot. lock More Sc. myour r ec*rd* Conlat S HRYDEN A SONS ik ii ii at Tu*. rn i*u PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR. FBRREIRA of "Chlfovlll*'* Upp*l I Bay St inear aaplaiaadai by Chiropractic method eocTOcte dlaoaaoa of aya*. aarx aoo*. throat lung*, itoovacb, kidnaya aad lowat i ail Dial *l Aatriwura of Glaa* ntJUBat a* **orr ownp. —14M old Jewel*. So* aWrar. W*t*rrnloo,. early boa**. M*pa. AutogTapb* —. at Gorrlngoe AnUOAa* S h op, adgota. etc *i Goiitngoa Ana but Royal Yer.it Club. C.reoxti TAM1KI per*-F S s Dial 4**. 43-S3 S aTiai. 8KEBTB: 1 IS, vatloua Uie* A Trwtalgai Street. Dial Ml > T : i* Co It L a* H I INDEX IHE SILVER HAMMER On Thursday 10th b> order of Mrs. H. O. Cnchlow we will sell .-. %  .re at "CarlUd i which Includes rjoubVs End Scttev Carved PcdcsUU, Upright Chairs, i d Ornament Tables .louiid Tip-Top Table. ..11 %  H t paiaiCw M and I'-iiunigs. Glass Tabk. I) MI. tile Iron rlnas and Beds; Utcaaing %  i Prcag. palntcti pink; I'en and kng Table. nan Press; t acads and Deep Sleep r Vacuum %  | BRANKEK. TKOTMAN Aucti 50-ln. NOTICE l-tkl-B OF ST FETES Th I brtdgw* In th* *Ctlon of ro* Mdlng n*mTBkiorobol Chapel HUl to the Bultic *r* too wwot lo carry he*> traffic -v* an. .loood toluafc -or rlaav? ttoJBc uaing ***** do ** *t Saeu uwn riak By ordor of In* CoenmJakm*i* Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope Your Real LU Told Frw WouM Ton Uko to know without ancom what tfce Star, lndlcata tor you Inaaoctor of lnghway COrsSTRLKrnON NOTICE W1BEN about to conotrurt. 1 KM nd can be at your aorvtc* -. wnaU or lang* Aim Plane mirnata* Wrtte: Gordon Arkkiir Wa 5a, Airy MIU. 81 Ooors* Bdo* GOVERNMENT NOTICE INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are required from every married man whose income la $1200.00 per annum or over from every other person whose income is 720 00 pa annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unincorporatad, societies, persona engaged in any trade or profession, and I owners a* Land or property whether a taxable income has accrued during tae paat year or not. Forma ol Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Department ArTR THB 1ST 0\X OT JANUARY. USD. and the forms ,iul> filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following respect!** dales : l 1 Returns ol persons whose books were closed on the 31st | day of December, 194.11, on or before lb* 31st day of March, j 18*0. 2 Returns of persons whose principal place ol business Is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1S0., 3 Returns of all pet.ona, on or before the 31st of January. 150. r. CLAI3MONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOT*.: Any aeraea falBBg te make his return within the due dale will be liable to a line not exceeding £ 100 and ael Less than £2 aad will be aeeseruled unleaa a salls* ata r i naeea a given. 10.1.5*.—I in. fOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUB bACCAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFETS Consul ( SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE For Paciing For Shipping For /ngurance For Preference Repres e nUt^es^ n _gJU^n^ ? ^on Si o f9 th, wo* ALL BARBADIANS KNOW AND APPRECIATE GOOD IK that's why there is such an Increasing demand far TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RU (With the Distinctive Flavour) If vou are a Visitor to this laland try this Blend of lea and you also will enjoy its Distinctive Klavoar. SIP IT TO EX JOY IT. Blrnders JOHN II. TAYLOII 4 SONS LTS Dial 133J. — RoeeecsSt F I It E! THE GREATEST HAZARD OF AU inaoaw — Where There's Smoke, There's fire — tT — Where There's a "ROYAL" Policy There's Security. THE ROYAL LiSURANCE CO, ^ welcome your enojiUrtcs. through theie AgeBwt— DA COSTA & CO.* LTD. I CANADIAN INVESTMENTS bought at 55 per cent, premium or exchaw> (switches) arranged. ytair pan •tiling and w**k pfl >our ehanco to loat NOTICE | t*H Ihrougjn IM ".edluni lo reluri SMCn lhanka la u* Elector* for ihrt. i.ial Mid unaUnled %  upport In rlectln m as a V*iti yiiuui I mt you ahall *la' eiidearaur to do my utniort boat lor Ui %  —i f th* Pariah Thanking you maot dnceroly. BUAtWOBTM KOtJlBSt NOTICE I tBLTON CLUB Member. *r* invltad to **nd In inoUon* tm the annual Oonoial M a e tiOd of tad Ciib wkKh wUl bo held al the Barbed.Klatinn. avnaaugue Lane. T-ead* Hat Januai. IBM. at 7 13 p ... Th*** motion* mu*t be in the hand* of th* Secretary before th* Itlh Ja n ua r y, L E FTOUTE. lion Socrrtary 111 M~ts gMMlaaMs fm ,u. •!*? Hor* h nn ih* *kiu oi Pundit Tabor*. India* moat Saw•ui Aatrologtr. who by applyli n UM anckwil atienc* lo u*-l .1 purpeao* bat built up an a" able reputation' Th* accuracy ol hi* revdiotlom and the wui. practical advlcconUuied in hi* Horoacopoa oa Buatneea. Spocu lau.ni. Future* Mi B %  aaaataa, LaUerM*. Tl*eUtlgaUon. Luck] %  u !" have aa*ou ia*< Mlurabad poopat tha world ov*r OKOttOB HACKJEV of Now York beltev** thai Tabor* %  * %  *•***• so*a* aort of faffcondT? ilgiltkiwa hj* ap rt a m Tabore will •and you FSUDX your Aatxal tnlorproUUon a you tot-ward your full naax* lab Um or Ulai. addroaa and dal* of blrU aB a**rlg wrBtaa by youraalf. No a*f wonaag for AiirologKal work, 1 ventago *4r but aand 4d in B P O Nr Staonpo or COOMI tar %  Uudnary. toetlmoaaal* anal otaor lotareali., ,i wUl ho amaili al Uw ronarkabl* tirocy of ha MUamU about -w and ir aSaur* Writ* BOW M Uu* afftar may not bo aMdo aawan Addreu PUNDIT TABOBJt iDopt. SlJ-Bi. Upper Forlrtl Street. Bombay IS. India PMlag* at hxdu las*. VACAHCT FOR A gXMIOR IfAITER 0RAMMAR SCHOOL. DOMINICA ApplicaUons are Invited for the vacant pensionable post of Senior Master. Dominica Grammar School. (The Government Secondary School (or boys). The average attendance for 1948 was 140. 2. tTuoHAcwtioaa. Applicants should bold a university degree and be) qualified to teach Latin and English up to the Higher School Certificate standard. 3. Salary. Tha salary seals is ($1,M0 x $120—$2,400). and consideration would be given to appointing a suitable applicant at an appropriate point in the scale In view of his experience and qualification. LONDON SECURITIES bought and sold promptly through Stock Eh** brokers. BARBADOS BONDS and SHARES (also Trinidad) bought and sold. QuotaD*** request to: A. M. WEBB Dial 3188 STOCKBROKER Hetin *^ 15S, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown. (Over People's Pharmacy) pa 4 Bonus. A cost of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten rent on salary. provided and no allowance Is paid in lieu ol such. *. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations and Brovsatea %  made for Baatatae .r towards leave passage overseas. 5. Quarter!. No quarters paid in Lieu oi such. towards leave passage overseas _. m PVar ilppelmnu-ar. The officer's passage on first appointment win be pale, aa well as that of his wife and children of school age, not %  a eaaa a n g fear, if they accompany him or follow from the date of has *rsl appomtmenl of Jere*ee. The otseer will be subject to Colonial •seal General Orders *. Cleats* Date. Aaastcafe!*. stating him wMhta *. Ctackse Dale. Aaussca*>ne, stalks, the avaacants age. laaaeatlgaa an* teaching experience, aad indicating the earliest date i whack he could assuaae duty should he addressed to His Honour — Doaanlea. to arrive not later than the list of DIXON & B REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AlX'TlONElM -I 111 KUIIl_| Phone L.i.i Plantations aw>w SELECTION OF SOME PIIOPI III || s for iaMl 1M* 1) J. HAMILTON MAURICE. Education Ofncer 13.150— 3n The >iall St. MicRa.) fallalMry-. Gun Hill ;: !-5-'-.^ r eX U •Sadilawle'' HaatiiUkr. Baa %  li'a)sa V 'X, vI**W Bungalow, W Carlton St. Jgi % % %  Ubanh-. Cbrtsl *jni Maynard*". St. Pt,r Uttle Batalty.-. St. Bcter •Boumaika". Day rail* Koad ca Maxwell* Kent ^-^ VHl.. Country Bom**. St. Jgmr* Coart Houaaa. BaUeviIle Bungaloo Houaea. Maxwell* Houaa*. Fontabell* Pinfold Houat '. Pinfald Street Cold Sprtod J*STo*L a-awS-jS-** ST>, a wn*** %  as '-' "' Many properties and land are not adverusel ^ informauon concerning them may be obtained W



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s| AHVV .1 V.NTARV 15. 19S0 Chinese Seize U.S. Consulate In Peking SUNDAY AIlVlli 0 from pw IhaniMi !*• %  %  "JP communists app.n-.nlyreporters thai hi, >„,.,, 25d American jlm S"" •",,' lr>dav. Assistant Sec-' *!,'„, suite.' Walton Si. sa.0 ">"' ,ncre WM "" JET would be permitted IlT. China. Communications ?„ .„ American tv.nsu.ate sun •"feSna, he sain, had n,.t be.:, leraotea so Or The compound "L over by the Communist jErtlies Amer,2iortl PekingMr. CrWorth -old that son* Srode' lad been rem ^ adjoining compoun £„ had been destr. (jpublican Senator. William •SKnduld...'j m-dav Ihe that policy submit their restgnalions to the Presldenr. so that th nation may have a new team in whom the Congress and told .lemm aimed at Mr Walton Butter.. sistar.t Secret.ry o: Sute tor F„ Eastern Affairs, who announced the Peking development!. If ••-.policies of the Far Easten: ion are approved by Sreretarv ol!!"... "." .. Ac hMon ,n show flu lum too Senator Knowlart said. The Senator said that ih. Chinese Communists had greeted 1 with new unfriendly lets ^'"•'Truman's announcemc-the United states would IMl further Military Aid to the J NatlcfcalUrl ,; ... Jrmoia. Democrats, as well PAGE THIRTEEN ROWLANDS MACASSAR Oil. • BALDNESS NOT ALWAYS HOPELESS Bakincti, wLuvb H mucb more enwoa BfTiinff men than womcfi, it retarded by both with DO link %  Trrchenuaa. Who, the hair root, art dead thg^'aDWhingyoucandoahoutit; %  but Tery often the reoti are not yet Jd—merely wcaaJy or unnealthy ftwn neglect or malnarrioon and vto be restored to hearth and %  "Stiff by carefal aneeOoB oo c*etunea acme linn. IB ihia cotucctioi. Ratrland'i Macatar Oil hai been found to be INSURED MOVING! m urraluaMe Tte bstwtbat qualities of M II B—I Oil form %  reedy uasoraee far the nanual oil. and perform la turn roiu where the natural a] tmpared. The iriauuuu for near-baldQOM it fmllv erpauoed ia tar leaflet inucd otlh each bottle of Rotrbod'i Macassar Oil 8u.ihe.ir wiser coarse N to aM Rowhada Before hair rroobks oetm. A eery brae rubbed area Ihe icalp each day will keep your ban beauafuUv froomrd tad free from hair disorder) The man faiMooaHa Heir OraaUng and Toa/c for oeor It as Hepubilcans." d'iap'layc,"":. "oVJ I ^"""""-"-"•"l IIIUXJUU* .... nopumicans, rtisplayccl angry o reaction to the Comrr.iiiiisi at Peking Senator llric:. Mahon (Democrat of Connecticut. I '•aid: If this is a move towards towards forcing re-ognillon ihev 11 %  making a grave mistake." Senator Owen Brewster (Republican) said the Communists have ij^S* Stales admlnls>lrnti..n aikills responsible for Amer.c:i.l J3fcyt, wards China. Senior Knowland's demand — la M ii.lcrvicw as angry law ._. %  *"* ,'"'."% ml ,'„ %  •'l.mmcd Ihe open door on China Es classify Chinese Cornmun-1 ln our laccs „ nnd d ^ Si, -outlaws and shun any )„., foeusses again the necessil KtaaaUc dealings with thc.n „f understanding what Moscow's K^ultof Communist seizure i control means to the oni American Consular property % %  world." Representative. John \ W* „ ,„„,.. n.. Den ; rat. West Virginia) Chi Senator Knowl.nd said tli.'i man of the House Foreign Affairsl Sale Departmei.l nnnounccme.il, Committee, said. 'The onlv thing! avday thai -IrawinKl to do is simply break off"oll re-1 ,ajnjl United SUtes 'taffs frn,;, latlons with Ihe Communists and I s || SALE -> iti.JSf un d r si n d will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17. S . street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27lh day of January, 1930, val z p.m. ^ H. 7" Dw '" in "" called "CAKUMEM" and Ihe land v thereto conUining 10,770 square feel, situate on the Sea Coast S "I SI Lawrence Gap. Christ Church. O Inspeelion on applic.tlon lo Miss Kathleen lluntc, "BratJ Ion, Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— COTTLE. CATFORD & CO., 11.1.50—15n DONT WORKT tan* us TAKX CAM; or Alt. YOUR woemuos Poreofml Sap'. Ptione UO> RAaBADOt ItBNII.ar Kl lldlf. NOTICE :• S JuS .-ribers lo The Bar§ v bados Advocate Newspaper I Belleville and sunound\ o mg districts, are asked i 0 i V p.iv thalr ih.fc \ fro -; : ,: S Col J till :J %  •'•v,v ^ ~v..., L, luln Ave„ BelleJ viUe. For any further mJ formation. Dial 2287. It 1.50—Jn. S ,-... EflBautuft China "underscor... 0K result of OUr bankrupt China pabcy The Senator has been a fBdiienl and outspoken critic of til policy. He said, "It is now k* thai *• men responsible for >•,'.','•'''-•,''''''-'''-'--•'-'''-'•'•''',• a pHisio Tiir.BAey T .pplled lo a X ,-iire lleeav. A gel our people out." Smw Lint-s ENAMEL WARE BASINS MUGS BOWLS l-LATES Also CIP HOOKS aOuTIt HINt.s WAI.KINti STICKS In Time for the New Year! Mn MARIES: PLATIGNIM PKNS: PENCIL SETS: CRAWroBVa ASSORTED SWEET BISCUITS: GENTS TRAY PURSES and WALLETS. LADIES' PURSES COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY DaiPaoaea: 2M1 — 4*41 — NIGHT 81 -41 H It O II A T §IDS THE NEW GENERAL PURPOSE HOUSEHOLD WASHER. Has—revolutionised washinK Il is the sciemitic way lo drive din right out of clothes and fabrics. Riving them new lonq-lastinR cleanness and freshness. For BROBAT SUDS—even when used in hard water—leaves no scurf or scum clinging lo delicate fibres. It hustle* out deeo-seated grime and restores colours and beauty. BROBAT SUDS is certainly the wizard washer-up Jo A ths fiatisA Jjyps o# m. Music for Ihe new Season will be Issued after Ihe Meeting. Thv /.../> tar Ihv Jnb !! WE HAVE A SELECTION OF CARPENTERS' TOOLS est protection for modern transport EEEEtilJT" WHS IID WtlTHlllfOW. IOIDOS. [It Soie agent, for aarbaan: IHt OOWDING ESIIIES i 1RIDIKC CO. IID.. SftlDGETOM. B.RB1D0S. B.V.I. leleahone: 3171 raaubluhea 180.. I. IIHIIIUM Lid. 10 & 11 Roebuck Slreel Incorporated 1021 \ l \ \ What Have You To Offer FOR SALE or RENT? -; Irrftiffe. Hulltlinn *i<** &f #• #/flV'V. S Phone or Wfile iheI HAKBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY VISIT the beauty jpot of the island i IM.I; w inn noi i:i IIAIIISIIIIIA This newly erected modem hotel is .luale,l In Ih* most pi< i i ,f the island. TELEPHONE SJ276 FOB KKSEItVATlnvR-'.ms with or without private bath etc. We >.x in Klsh and Lobster Luiiclicjiis. — Well Stocked rj.r. Hastings Hotel Tel. 2336. CEILINGS FOR THOSE we run supply Unitex, Tretex or Itru m un il Wallbourih. Obtuinulilr in the folluuint: '•nr-s. I \ R ft.. Ill v 12 ft!-ih (lllrkni-ss ;il II (cuts |KT MJ. I[, THIS IS (.OOD VAUIK FOR YOI'H MGftfeV. s CONCMTE PRODUCTS CO. LODGE HILL Dial 2798 Dta 27M MAKERS OF HIIIUIM. HUM hs 28c. uili Jamb nr < nrurr 17r. ,. Halves 3f. <-JIII (All Prices tx i.iiiiM. -20 Tons without .uplurr. lltlMIH. MMIIIIM I, WITH \s thr Ordrr n( iluDay I HOW TO III El II WITH THEM I. U.MK EACH BLOCK IN HATER FOR A FEW M|NI'TEH (UlU la DO NOT FILL HOLLOW PARTS USE ..'' MORTAR ON TOP SURFACE AND SIHES A DEFINITE ECONOMY 4. STRENGTH OF MORTAR SHOULD BE — I part Cemrnl: 3 parts Lime; 4 parts Sand — Ml. Lime and Sand Hrst then (emenl. \LWATS IKE PLI'MB AND LEVEL. WT FBIIBW Iheae Imtrurllons and >aa will have I ceod Jab I I ONOHK IN I. IBOUR will Surpn.M I si ill K BLOCE8 and vou will like them, ihev are Simple, vet Perfeet. Ple.se tell your Krteadv We have had dozens .... THAT IS Till: liOKOTHY OBrW MAN %  i k .,1 Dorolh) i lr) Pi i Drop In Rnd I.-I ..' explain thi id help bietiii a COLLINS LIMITED. 2S. liroud Slreel. .•.-.-.•--.•.•.•.•, %  .-.•.•.•.-.-.•.-.•.-.-.-.-..• %  .-.-.-.•.-.-.-.•.•.-.-.-. %  •'. ~Hi ,11 I \l. ( \sll HUM S AIR TRAVKI. SI IT t ASKS MM lii.OTTKRS CCICKTAII. SIIAKKRS wilh Inset Strainer. PLATE GLASS and MIRRORS All Ihe nbuve JtiM Received by . .ItiliiiMiii's Stationery \ Hanlwure. WILLIAM F06ARH LTD. INC. IN B.C. CONTINUES TO UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS 01 FINE TAILORING To-day. as ever before FOGARTY'S is in the lead with up-to-the-minute Styling for Men's Suits. High quality Workmanship and attentinn lo details can perfection. ORDKU Mil K NKXT SLIT NOW We have the Finest rJeletllon of Suitings in Stock. W^ mm MHNLL I'.lllKH I.AD1.K.S SLICES SCOOPS SIMM! WHIPS 'I lra I : TINS '. .>. SOU ARE TINS TINS CAN OPENERS IMS PASTRY TRAYS ICING SYR I VlgPI Is sou AND tlET v..I > l;l..l nil Mi Ms %  THE BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., LTD. THE HOUSE KM BARGAINS Nos. 33 & a Swan Street -: Phone:::: U0* or 210* :



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SUNDAY, I \MARV 15, last Ohituarv -I M>\\ ADVOCATF. .. Jlr A.t Urvuw. %  illness Mr Jowl ..ser ol the : naia Snoe Company passed away In hi: ih jrear on Thursday. January 5th. Mr Friedman who was born in \akia entered the Bala Shoe lrm then29 vrars ago as a Sales Clerk A tew years attei ppointeri Store Manafer years ago he was IransforrralMl where he held %  death Of a cheerful ant obliging manthat MFriedman not only made jr. UhelRuby" Dr. Hallinan Two Days' Came Here For Overdue Talks In 1941 On M of the Bata Shoe Companv in this island but a host >' tanrtt, who held him in high re*peel Hi* passm* I it more o^nocia. HHl W t m widow an daughter iTipalhy %  ie rM m i %  %  THE 312-ton (net) molasses tanker "Athi'l Ruby" under the command of Captain Lonsdale which ha* been reported to have left Trinidad for Barbados since Wednesday, January 11. wai up to \rsterd>, considered lo be about two days overdue. Cablegrams were MR Barbados to Trinidad inuuirmit %  IHlhW m BM it had left there -rr came back itaUng had left on Wednesday Athel Ruby" usually reaches port the day following its depsr•n Trinidad It was coming here to take another load of vacuum pan mousses. Investigations concerning if '..icatlon were being carried OH. i p att t d Rfun m I Of socirty He had a passionate for* Hi iiurcs and at an early age beraOM a clerk with the old West India ruajrjrnent stationed in Barbadu He also served at the St leturninn prints life. He was the proprietor of an lerated water factory for many years and in this wav made many l.i siness connections. In this isoactty he was also highly rt. InOM with whom he i buglfsM He was married to Ufa %  on who predeceased him many vears ago. He now leaves one in could daughter. Miss Ida Greaves. PhD him from the path of duty now an economist with the British as he • vuoken and tJovcrnment. manner he wM neverTo her and other sorrowing reUM Advocate tat* These qualities made cere condolence CIILKCII SERVICES >lr. .1. I rit'iliiiJMi THE %  %  his resi} nighl of Mr Arthu' mintant of Corporation al the psjB of 77 Hi%  cterv yMlerd.-iv in th' of .1 large gat %  %  %  -t-irret Arthur I man of sterling i alitlei Hi wi l>r. T. J. HALLINAN. wi i ii vv id *un>i after 1'iphix \Tliri)RAT. .. ... %  %  boo) p.. a i Me*tin I'-ea.'ie. Ueul H Raid illl MB C. -1 \S|| s 1 I III IN || o| I.Oil Michael II at ant] 7 p.m Eldrf It II W.Ik-. "ASK MALL M UlCfcMl 11 a ... and %  SION HIUsi ia-ani 7 P %  BtmBM a. A R Promt •'AH Bioinc II ;i Evangel• ll.l-l i w -, || si K ST 1ST. riintsri Ineda.. I p.m ;. %  %  llll ^ \ DOM I i III, i; >-. Ht R( II : %  %  R r a i %  I "• Rev •V r O'Donohu* Siil.;, %  i laiaral bruAdta.l. fralurea the %  hallenaina C'hri.i nnlraj ileaNI a* and nia!...>. HkH It. HadiO crp%  Jjr T J Hallinan, C.B.E. *ho is now in Barbados tc undertake Ml lOQjUir) III the 01tanisation of the General Hospital, arrived on F.iday evening bg H W I A. from Jamaica with They are staying at ROUM until n>-day Mme address when they will go to the HaatH tel. Dr. Hallinan told the "Advocate" lay that he had a y.< I i.tgc of this part of the world as he wai in Barbados in 1941 for the Conference of Sanitary Authentic* of the Car bnssinjt international sanitary qm -:'iing the whole an-.i TWO Ml visited Trinidad ol i ibnUar nature. Dtrot tot uf Medical Bei Jamaica from 1033-1946. Dr Hallinan was a member of the of Representatives until Ms retirement in 1946. He was also a nominated member of the Legislative Council for a term ind was Chairman of the Housing Board from the tune of its inception in 1940 until 1946 He said that he Wai pleased to be associated with thai Board from its i %  MK] dona some excallenl work ;>nd WHS still continuing to fii> so Federation Is S.lvalion For W .1. onry saivaiif-! ..ids, Mr. c J Garfunki %  i .-.cssman of Toronto. Canada told the Ao locate yeeierday. Mr. arfunitel arrived rece'-.ly on the I.ady Itodney" on his i s' visit to the irland tor a holiday Hotel He sai 1 tha: he had visile %  :. ,1 the other I hOUghl great possibilities uture Ha HM if/ji. lhal should be more advertised in Canada as it was only re-1 that he ei.rn: s % %  .lOtKd that .us ^"ii .who i> itoeh broker In Totonto wc able to < MM io have a \. •i Year Old Injured i-.-yt.ii -mi'. Kaaiii >.ufc. ol Paonmre \ Uia %  • was ini.ir.--i AM vad in an aectdem on won. %  > %  Village Road, St Phil.p w cur r--^it) on ri.a-j *•**< Ml u UM USIklti i.wk-.." m Ui. uio-erv-* B.B.C. Radio Programmes %  i.,• !-. %  r i S 10 a m iBMilsag %  *< SUM JAM AST 1 10 J ISJ m Nigh:* • *i# Idlioriali I rOf'Tirr.PATad*. i IS jTi • n WvbNto Dlll-r e* Do*n. IS noon Th Nw p m Sr* Ajwryalt. H i P PllTUm* 11 V P m %  'urida' i ,. ,„ Ijlr In BrtUin. 1 IS p m Radt. I SO p m Rmy't a L^usn torn Tha Kfwr 1 10 P m Momr Hwm r.om Btlt-Jn. > IS P Murtfa". S-'^ J p m. SUfllStil Hour 3 M p m TT. Card. 4 P *n T,1# "•" %  miarludsi is P ./* vlUo ". £rr i r p n 9ndBay Hail-hpur; 4 OS p.~ CplMCua; P "• Variety iiaiv.— f. p m Prearsmaw Parsda. • is p m >.u the rar X-349 on Gunsite Road. The car is owned and lrivcn by Kdiul Cham; LT at aie time of the acvidenl. 30/FOR BODILY HARM A riNK of 30 and 3 coctl to be paid in 14 days i fault one month's imprisonment was imposed on Darnley Smitn of Peterkin Liind on Friday bv His Worih.p Mr H. A. Talma He was found guilty of inflicting bodily harm on Luther %  i on November 26. Tlp-ToLoaidun rorum; ia L.-*Down, 12 I-MMI Thr r. i .,, New An.l>li. II 15 B m Pro 1-. 13 11 p in Miiilc from l.raiHl Hotel: I p m Sciifwr Mt* H-dio Nawi Lave a C; 2pm Tw Nrw*. 10 p m homa Nawa from Bribiin. 2 IS P 'hyuriii Havlew. 2 30 p ni Uondon Forum j m From the Third PTDaramnva. ,.: Th, N**>. 10 p m Imp Dau^ 4 13 p m 9*fl \ eiaadi Choice. '-'-' P n. I'Ti. B r..n>m Parade; S 30 p m Placei lOtarSSti lUpn Aocordeon Interlude Bam Rlns up the Curtain; 7 p m IS Nrwi 1 10 P-m Nf"i Aiialvn.. 7 I u m Calluis lh We-t Indiea. Ittpm KenEdoarda i9opran'. • p m Nnral I 19 p in Lundoi cert orrhpilra, > p m. Tha Nawi; .11 Bnum. •: Hfview; IV P m uui. ia p m p-iii Tempi* rna tha U*4IM Mvam. 10 JO p m Baa n-.*e Piano i. 10 4S put LoPS**urvay; II p m The> Nrwi BiOSTOM Wrul 11 20 He. Wruw II 73 Ml. Wrui R.A.S.C. Vessel Bunkers Here BOYAL A..r.> SMVIC. Corpa ., . <.L,pins arnved al BU„„ous oa mxxm •<" '-I* wrW' ... i irg irua v.i: II naa -• natmgainc Coouiaay aawad from rl>...uuiri ana II.-O-.calls al Madeira a. ....v.-m. i^ayi Islands. From 31 Vlncenl it was „.,una lor s. l-ucia where 11 had uxpeciea lo ounKer, but • • LUEII could nol suuply me coai.| ia course was diverted lo Barba^ ""the "Copiiuaj-. 450 ions, was : uu.i. ill .1". •• •• mi" c sweeper dlM was V...1...IIH out eacorang ouuea on UM es. Coast ol Africa. Since inv war, it wai reconditioned and nanded over lo the Army lor carrying military pc"sunncl. Lalely, it has been engaged as an escort for bomb disposal vessels employed on the loast of Scotland. It is 165 feet long and has a beam of 25 feel. It is equipped wuh a single screw dtesel capable of giving 12 knots. Its draft of only 121 'eel made il i-.sMitkfi>i il lo berth in llnCareenage. It has a erdW Of 18 including us master Captain Watts who U %  Barbadian. The officers of ine crew are all from the UK. while the other personnel are Jamaicans The 'Copinsay" is expected lo leave Barbados on Wednesday next for Jamaica llllMINICA HANDCRAFTS COMPANY DOMINICA MAKKETING U.KNCY have been amalgamated and the business is now offlcially known as the DOMINICA HANDCRAFTS COMPANY Bridge & Trafalgar Strasjta Fhone M15 CONCERT (In aid of a deserving c .i,j in Uisi i .-. Suna Ma." H.. -eat >f*tl>al i" *"" ..Mrnil .1 the alwva ... i m Plbcniion. Suna gT aMooari • I O Ml ( M >f^and % %  -' Tli'I-M l-OUNTH. rtOAD 3 p m Su.-1.> Biahoe. A i tat-n l-er ncf**,, ,. Solemn KM]. Cat>branl Pre*ch*r H. I MITHOIllol JAMCS STHKPT II am H H 1BHUBUAL U OWN a JO i Mr W St Hill I aev K V Harper %  mi '.like* I a am Mr A %  %  %  %  • C JOfWN MORIII W Rei A'ATT*. V H i %  arssi inn Thomaa : M WAA IIII (ALVATIOK \aM lihaaaa. Mti-ri-r t MI BOBM rxiOM Tuaor Strvrt IMim |ya. 'ay SchDol. la.M %  m Mnn. rmr b> Rat W J l ti „„ %  ; 11 ,, ,,. i Service Sura.. Wlnwood ada and lm been a nnuiin UK At B Thorntoe.i N Ina Wonhlp 1 pin ftiiml.i I .< hi IIS' 1 -• . || | ,,, Run'ni Wonhlp I %  > m LCVBaSMSartM Service .' JO p %  r'AITH. Wal-ei> III .< %  Ivillttllllll SAI (IIAIJCV MOUNT la am Sunday %  II an M..IHHH Wunhlp 7 pm mi Woiahip ti Sunday t V.H.O A U .i* mi MIX IIK, < OMMKNI INO I *M in I.MH %  i.a*i i.ii.-iaiB it,. „, it A -.ii UM •.uaatun on Clniol la thr %  Kate* Theae diKuuiuna U I IIIIIIMT. Dairy Fet'd Arrive About 102.000 feel Of whilo pine and spruce lumber frum and 5.600 ba^B of d. arr.ved at Barbados ye--'' ts s N o Rogenaes." :ng or this eurgu nuij begin today and is expected to %  npU*ted by Tuesday when the vessel is scheduled to leave %  town for Georgetown British Guiana. Tho "N O Roftettaes '' %  .• (net* is i tragMar of UM whose local raprasjanUtlvi Mesan. PlantaUoni Ltd 11 was b*rt last yvai U) taki I MlflN for Canada i call in vi-asels of the Saguena. inals line. Tei B*B*M| liaison Pvpn Up Antiguu Hand %  durlni hli ti'ri wi-ek.< visit to Antiguu I tlay and n*gh* wntinn and arrangl*1| music for Antigua's Police Band. He is hoping to organize a >ncert for Thursday 28th He ia enlisting all musical talent %  >f the island. In spite of his brief May, Judging by the .inmunl Of have l>erii boll) inUre-'. Band will benefit greatly Ai Ma I \f a good start %  In Raiaon ara intftftwd ertth UM Riinil music he he;ird at tht %  aaaar, ib. 4 am La ii ..,., .ll I i,., ft p m Irlure l.v C M Shll.toiu mi 1*1 i .4.1 i;ih t H a %  >•n iaih i p m n-'-, .. i %  MM %  %  QSJ1II i m l-e kepi with UM lm villa %  K a .ia a %  %  : %  a i" %  | Notre Dame I .C. Elect Officers Mllll > • .. A p..! i riOai %  •*• %  i a .* ,.. \\<\ IKI in.ii ma ai lead %  nd labk dlwuui. D.'.akialio" ul 'he Pound" Membe are kperlallv aahed lo % %  ahe tlil> a we allrnde.1 .i,r*lin i -.-a.t !••! ti.i lorlal B.emi. > Q .n be had free lm n. QOkN Ana ..f Ina Notn DOOM Football ciub en i3th Janui loiiowing i Mo (or ti" %  oiiuiig season. — I Daniel. I'rvsHUnl. E. H inch, Sevtctji>, i Cumber%  i. Assistant fiftcinoa. •. I. rUJ E 11 Branch Raprt tentative on Trustee Oonunltlna. ; (.ill I. Daniel 1 itch, i. i>...'. r'.r.nn-h, | UVOl) \ Thcv'll Do h l:\crv lime m —— THE 0FF.CE. DEAR ? I COOKED j 1O0R FAVORITE DiSH-cALFS r' LIVER AND BACON -ARE VOU > cOl^ TO THE CLUB TONkSHT ? DONT STA\ HOME ON My E ^ 6CIN6 TO BED EARLY-1 HAD A TRViNo pAy,10O—



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S ii ii d a J, Junitarv l.i 19S9. ^uttimu Mwatte Price: •^-.Usix niSTs Vnr 53. AUSTRALIAN DEAL IMPROPER" Garvey Pegs rices In B.H. Irotest Meeting Called BRITISH HONJJUAO, Jau. 14 %  0SINi.3SM2N have called a meeting of all merchants here today to discuss strict import %  d price control, just imposed o i the liovenr.u^n. i prevent too rapid a rise of the cost of living, as nsult of devaluation of the Honduras dollar in lecember ,G. Barrister appended For ffcconducl AdlM"< ("mv nasal MTOWN. ti 'a" '* %  full Court of Appoa Kodiyt Barrister %  %  O. F. j, f r „m pi Mi ' or wx I following investigations miKonduci charge. The %  Jio order-'d BU .nunths BK >n of the ume praction another chare*" of inlaft but ordered such pi tod concurrent with thi Hd in the other complaint one case tincourt founo !!:, % %  i L and twenty cents •<( hii I money for an unreasonlong Ume. ami. although Buy not have been an Poo lo defraud it is none n sconduct. Enough the amount in issue jl mis court annot disre[jkt fact that man %  colony .ire very poor and t t* often the po most whan small sums have been able lo j negligence oi misconduct legal practitioner" Absolute Necessity the 1WI.S. of !. %  it appn the distinction which must Nwn between a client's r Reurese..uti\i ComrniUac hv also teen invited A) the meeliim. The controls cover 130 commodities ranging from salt to cattle-onthe-hoof, and including bread, meat, milk, loilet arucles. IgrlouL tural implements mil bicycle "arts, and local products. The„ Government has also callur protesu and ow lounoad intention to witndra | all Ameiican Ofllctaja i-iui |ig [ron ''iiniinuint China, if Jl CAliaaat Conunuoiati "'ilted Statc^ ( %  rum %  i.iiion. whk "stuuted a flagrant vlolaUoa i Treaty RjgnU moat elementary %  %  hr State Depaitincnl %  thai It was no 1 %  -ccall of all \ miel from Commun i| na. when comi W.OJ. PROPOSALS TO BK REFERRED TO GOVTS. LONDON, Jan 14. 1'HE West Indian sugar delegation which leaves for home tomorrow after fruitless talks, to day accused the British Government of "improper activities" in negotiating a sugar contract with Australia France Italy And 'Benelux' Study Union PARIS, Jan. 14. The Finance Ministers ol France. Italy. Belgium, the Netheil.ind.and Luxembourg wil. Paris on January 23 to study the creation or an Econ< Mi notar* Union i twten toe live %  ountrtea, it was official!? announce:l here b the five countries will be held on January 1U to Acju.it i, El' SL^ST* •"! Sv^y I ie" branch commitaees.~thc object Ttr R.?,.iT o B Gov I bl '" 1 to aMU necessitous casts. Remson. ttl || Bt tand Ra.ns have held up, but most areas are still under water. -* %  •*•*> -tBy OaWe KliUSTS .AND TORIES WOPHESY DEADLOCK W U.K. ELECTIONS r A k. LONDON !an 14 mm < >w- % %  %  >•• % %  — L^V^utSi^i^ !" ^ 23 Ge !L er 1 52S2 PIS aTiLiii > &S£ £S ^ %  •'. Sncil^r *' d eadl ck was expressed by sections i hah md German; and of the •Utiwerf A a t onserv live supporters here to-day. Papal Benediction in Latin, a New Phi ,w "" lw main parties said that a turnover of l Vork company announced to-day. £ r cent, m the tntal vnta ..f tk^ ins^ ri„. inn —Uuk I Pope Pius, it was added, aulhoror Roberto. 1 am sure she make him happy". — Healer. Youth Movenn'tits Flourish In West Germany FRANKFURT. Jan. 14. A 700 per cent increase in membership of youths' organisations since 1046 is one nf the most encouraging developments in Germany. Mr. Lee Wilson, retiring MM of the Youth Acir. UJOO, Amcric 'i Military Government, said here to-day. He said that the present membership in the Organisations included from 25 to 30 per cent of vouths aged between 10 ani 27. About 510,000 youths in West Germany between ages of 14 and 18 are out of school and unemployed. —Reater. WiU Speed Weather Forecast WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. The United States Government is setting up a 90000 miles coast to i'oast landhne network linking 40 of its largest cities to speed up weathel forecast for pilots. —Heater. Pope Mn/ifs Recording NEW YORK. Jan. 14. Pius Xtl has made n December. The meeting will pp meeting of the Consultative Orou] of the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation in Paris on January 26. —Reuter. Rescue W orkcrs Difr Inlo MouMluin-Sidi' for Trapped Miners ..IAMALOI' ClJ Massachusetts. Jan. 14. More than luu react* dug feverishly into to* aldl ol I broad mountain hen %  %  .i in at the ooUaarj res*anftaj Th • reai uera believed to be oomlni I nftren %  ,II Indonesia, and had %  DM I-'..I K.I .: rho oommunl %  i Hatingulshu than 5o ence ID II i %  %  %  sin. the • opened on Jam, As the l the new M. Kmylan Rutnam I by the Ceylon Communist Part) Tho :*.niH) delegates, who attended. Cnmmonweulth Confi railing for "mobilisation against plans oi Impei: —Reuter. 'i Co. onto h< closed. T . out Commun'st Ch*na • On I'aae 13 Russia Expected Jap Attack In 1934 \ Stalin in .tit i BtiUltl I %  BuIUtfi %  United State** 1 the Bteta %  • tonight rtaltn told Huihii tbii In lumber l3S shortW ftr *aa ^ .he CnnwH*,! border %  <-rtoognlstd the Soviet Marshal Voroshllov mid Lltvln. then Soviet I %  I.ltvin. t %  ti Kronen thai the %  %  t tveryl %  hut weatarn %  — (Kent. Gennanj Has No Say Abo II I The Saar 64 Lost In Truculent' Disaster SHEEHNESS Jan. 14 .i':i tOll ID the the Thames Estuary m Thursday night was reduced from 65 to 64 to-day. It was thai 0M nicmlKT of mine on compasNaval divers and d atiatad from lhrir a k of sleep went down through ii,e fathami ol murky Thames rtouth waters again to-day to be$tt the taik of salvaging the frogman a as able to I < :i the inner .uid uuter iimned refit otal n hli bee* i K to let him net through the > I. In ;h. ..tier section rack, where rt 0U could be Renter. 7 Die In The Worst Storm In 30 Years NKW YUUK, Jan. 14 A furious windstorm laslKv .'. York State causing la) .is ;lu %  rhlch swept the AnieriWeal Paeinc %  aai continued raging from Northern California At least seven persons < ad in the analai ol th htundreda wen in Washington and Oiegoi r ,[ ra Iwaj nd %  tore tnei %  > lOUBd h ghways. Ci aland. Oregoo and Beatth .. %  . . . i. %  i .mil BOU I • %  %  \ ikllng sch'oi %  d to close todi i mueh snow. —Reuter. I iikiiowii Pirates Seize ."> Jup Moats TOKYO. Jan 14. paiioi vaaeeU, trapped men. Joseph Burda, aged! n^nonaimei" a r>> unknoun. haivi 30. and hi* 25 year old brotni %  %  %  ,, mmg boell Pope ypts P.M. 8 ^ar Chief — in the total vote i.f the 1945 Election, which %  *rvai.;. """ p wcr mi hl ^ suBicicnt lor a decisive ^^•tive victory next month. Ma'iy Conservatives beHen that on the Paity's raoord in the ttital of over 50 bye-electioruthe picsent Parliament % %  i. a swing t i the Right sufficient to turn the scales has iready been shown. taed the making of the record for Milan, which is dependent on the benefit of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in donations.—Reuter. One Creator Edward. Another hfOtl year old Prank, was caught up to %  %  | by falling d) i managed to save Unwell by literally jumping out of Itrutrr. $43,700,000 In Cold Got*s To U.S. CALIFORNIA. Jan. 14, Big four-engined planes landing here under heavy guar' lieved to be flying $43. gold bars from Japan to New York. Crews of the planes are armed loo. The gold is understood in be the property of the Kingd -in ol Slam. A state department spokesman said to-day that Slam recently noiiled the Unit Government that she would send about $43,000,000 worth of gold lo Tokyo, to be kept ID ttk States as a currency reserve American occupation forces found it "earmarked" for Siam in payment for "services rendered" to Japan shortly before and during the early part of the bfe —Reuter. ff the aouthwesl lip of Japan Ii the last live day>. Maritime officials declared day. Earlier radio reports froi. rushing boats said that an unknown g i. them. and seized 01 though no positive id. was made. Maritime official' said that Korean and Chinespatrols had previous'. Japanese Ashing boats south o' Japan. —Reuter Britain'** Influence \ ilul To Euro|><"' PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 14 Former Belgian Premier, Pau Ipeefe, said today tha Mr.tain's influence was vital t Europe to counter-balanc. Get %  f Great Britain turn an continental Europe "ill be a great misfortune fi,i II I avter, but in the long run 1 am < onvinced that it w II ha, lutsf for Brital —R rater. HONN. Jan. i* foreign Mui iv i Scnuina". tonight I %  %  aboul .HI. %  i . I a • J mat tending ir i ih • matter Tha saai c f 250.0O0 M ap %  of obi.iiniiig furthei l '>l 1.550.000 tons Was up of 900.000 tons from tha British West Indies. 470,ooo tons from Mauritius;, 170,000 torn I a i | and 10,000 tons fn>m Brlthth East Africa. DisHBllsfarlion iiiiwever it waa on the ol tha British market ihnt the dH•ntwfactton of the Colonial representatives "reached its highest pitch", the statement de, After much argument, Bi pi .posed thai uf 2.050.000 tons should he made %  %  doinini. price, 450,000 tons, from the coll lit a guaranteed price, 1,1*0,000 from the di'ininioii, ; ,i no %  %  Sorna of I dalagalons Ware under the impi. that the quantity of ZatXOOO without that luanl ty of sugar won w il. %  hi ruled Kingdom market although pries A special meet in u ind it was then m.ide eh U II a dom could purchase from iid at luaranti i i 10 I %  ufar i" %  I I U 0 n i Thereferi fa pn : ->f 1.550.000 ton< with ;i luarantee on mar!:rt tn the extent of l.lOO.fMMI —Sni.T. LONDON. Jan 14 Vatican Radio, quoting the r N-.ha D.IL Z ad Italian physicist Professor .-irnf uS. Bul Labour*hile reoognis,: i today Uiat Professor BaT nor ** Egyot M,h,jr v lhair reduced maioriUes in byeon nf u e'.ec-.i >' Martial Law. tamed all scats won oi held III hOdum,! — • — % % %  . %  < % %  < jv~4 —mi % %  %  • % % % %  %  •* Dl 1945. Ubuur also argues that ft r BBBfha*kb f T^' 1 "** onc ot ,nc Conservative;, to profit, a ••at P^.J hl Nationalistic Socialist los of eight per ee:d rribert Ei.isiein's QOW iheorcsj v.r.e not incornpatibe with thel 1'ilholir fHh wnu n won the would have to be < %  faith. He said that, arcurding .o Professor Levy, the new C nstein iheories gave the pi system its proper plsce So far BBBSI pjy"" 1 '*' .iiophic system had l>e ^^^^ %  ^"^wB^disii lemonstrating tti ia in 1944, controls those c< •tau hi Parliament \ Ubour majority IK smallest. —Renter. .-caraiice* of c/eaied matter reflected to one Creator. —Realer. RUSSIANS HELPING CHINESE COMMUNISTS SAYS NATIONALIST SPOKESMAN N.diona'The Nationalist spoki at four Russi.n. %  'in* area, n than 40 Russian artilre helping insta' long China'• east coast. -Reuter HONG KONG, Jan. 14. A Nationalist spokesman in Formosa to-day alleged that Russian military adv.-. helping the Chinese Communists plan the invasion of Formosa and the Chusan Islands, according 'o < ports reach The spokesman was reported to have declared that a Russian military group was stationed ii Ningpo 34 miles, west i K Vnd W Gt r.uaiiN lo Discuss Trade FRANKFURT. Jan. 14.. Britain and Waal German) will i usive trade nagotlatlona in Fr..nkfurt 00 Fehruary 15. au auihoiitative Bril here to-day. He added that an "importaat" British declaration would come bssaj for U %  The talks to expand and free trade between the two countries hod been planned for this month but ware postponed until February because of difficulties in getting the experts together. The postponed Franco-German trade talks In Paris had tied up eRffWCti M the German side.—Renter. Kaiser's Grandson FRSKCH ZONK. Ji Princt Hubertus of Prussia I the last Oei has left th! %  i i incess Msg' U nastasla, agnl %  %  a/iu %  hafl hoen living in Englan. -o England. % %  n it-fiance of the GovernWilnalm. or's declaration that Uie i -rteater. i is closed.-Renter. WAS IT A LIE? V, MiS.WV. j A Pol ah Poralgn 11 man night that all factors into con Ud In then reports of a pai H-d thai the position wee at the ftal ol %  • Ireagk corres.,,11 %  crll pondeni arrested here. —Reat-r —Reoter. GEN. DeGAULLE URGES FRANCE TO ORGANISE ITS OWN DEFENCE PARIS, Jan. 14. A SPOKESMAN for tiei.eral Charles De Gaulle, leatlet ol tha French People's Rally, said to-day that America's p.rt the Chinese Nationalist stand ir. Formosa D can that she would abandon Western Europe, if the Communists gained control there. ^ If Russia gained "underground admittance" to West Europe through a strengthen! IIK uf Communism in Germany, FramItaly, it was very clear that the reacUon of the Americans will be DM i* that produced threat which to-day hangs over Formosa, and which will hang over Tibet to-morrow. He said: "Il was urgent for Wl Europe—and France first to organise Its own defence. —tReu: r.) TM lung Prolongs Slay In Moseow MOSCOW, Jan. 14. IsTung, Chair•II of the Chinese Communist mt who has been in .v a month, plans • *iay for several week to work >.IT problems concerning the exiat* lg SUIO-SOV:I.I Pact—Reuter. ^riicstioii Closed? ; IUS. Jsn. 14. '•-morrow for oi Itta Greece in an Unofficial Plesbicile organised by orthodox Chut Stalin Reeei\s Indian Ambassador LONDON. Jan 14 Marshal I Radakrishnan. Radio said in u message heard here. — I


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Vnr 53.
AUSTRALIAN DEAL IMPROPER"
Garvey Pegs
rices In B.H.
Irotest Meeting Called
BRITISH HONjJUAo, Jau. 14
0SINi.3SM2N have called a meeting of all
merchants here today to discuss strict import
d price control, just imposed o i the liovenr.u^n.
i prevent too rapid a rise of the cost of living, as
nsult of devaluation of the Honduras dollar in
lecember
,G. Barrister
appended For
ffcconducl
AdlM"<
("mv nasal
MTOWN. ti 'a" '*
full Court of Appoa
Kodiyt Barrister ' O. F.
j, frm pi Mi 'or wx
I following investigations
miKonduci charge. The
Jio order-'d BU .nunths
BK>n of the ume practi-
on another chare*" of inla-
ft but ordered such pi tod
concurrent with thi
Hd in the other complaint
one case tin- court founo
!!:, i
L and twenty cents <( hii
I money for an unreason-
long Ume. ami. although
Buy not have been an
Poo lo defraud it is none
n sconduct.
Enough the amount in issue
jl mis court annot disre-
[jkt fact that man
colony .ire very poor and
t t* often the po
most whan small sums
have been able lo
j negligence oi misconduct
legal practitioner"
Absolute Necessity
the 1WI.S. of !.
it appn -
the distinction which must
Nwn between a client's
r Reurese..uti\i
ComrniUac hv also teen invited
A) the meeliim.
The controls cover 130 commodi-
ties ranging from salt to cattle-on-
the-hoof, and including bread,
meat, milk, loilet arucles. IgrlouL
tural implements mil bicycle
"arts, and local products.
The Government has also call-
tories of all goods landed, to-
other with their wholesale cost
and retail prices.
The Governor. Mr. Ronald Gar-
vey, in a broadcast has asked
everybody to co-operate in the
new "reatric.tons". He also an-
nounced the start of road con-
struction to ease unemployment.
Out of the population of about
60.000. 1.134 people are uMm-
ployed in Belize alone.Renter.
SAY W.I. DELEGATES
IN A CALM SEA. yacht* which will soon bo taking part i
ride at anchor. I*icture taken from the Acjuatic Club.
First Pilgrimage
To Holy City
-FOR TEN YEARS
Soviet Walk
Out Causes
Deadlock
In U.N. Security Council
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 14.
Observers here believe the So-
viet delegate. Mr. Jacob Malik.
will not return to the United Na-
tions Security Council after his
second walkout last night, until
two more members recognise the
Chinese Communists. This would
give a chance of approval for a
I new proposal to exclude the Na-
; tionalisl Chinese delegate, Dr.
T. F. Tsiang
Informed circles agree that the
United States held the key to the
| problem. Should it formally re-
' cognise the Peking Government.
many felt that Tsiang might
The hi i Roman CUbOUc I'd-J gracefully stand down, leaving the
Ki.iiiagc to Jerusalem lor 10 way clear for the return of the
years will leave Rome by air on Soviet delegate and appointment
February 10, the Holy l*and/of a Chinese Communist repre-
ROME. Jan. 14.
Pilgrim Ofrice announced here to-
day.
The occasion will be the cele-
bration nf the entry into Jerusalem
if the New Catholic Patriarch,
.vtonsignor Alberto Gone. The
Pilgrimage will be a six-day round
trip, which will include tUttXUHKa
at the Patriarchs first solemn
High Mass in the Holy City, and
visit* in the Holy Sepulchre on
Vlount Calvary, and the Mount
of Olives. Bethlehem, Nazareth
BJad the Mount Of the B<
During IhtM visit*, thej will crOM
both Arab and Israel territor)
They will fly back to Rome from
Lydda adrport, Reuter.
Efforts Wade To
Relieve Flood Areas
IN BRITISH GUIANA
Barbados Advocate Cotinpoixlerit i
GEORGETOWN. B.G., Jan. 14.
The Governor told the Legisla-
ture thai every effort was being
made to bring quick relief to the
flood areas on the coastland. The
.consulting engineer already en-
gaged is devising ways and means
to improve the entire coastland
drainage while work already start-
ed to endeavour to appraise losses
prior to planning relief measures.
The Public Health Departmen'
is taking precautionary measures
to protect poopla'l health in the

I Placard! and h.null-ills were dis-
uibutad explaining Ihc manner in
which water in the flooded areas
should he used as it is feared
water from drainage trenches DHO
i.u"i.""V "T,"' "' '.have found its way into fresh
iSr'? u lcht Club werci water canals used for drinking
pme Yacht Club waters People are asked to boil all
SSLtl.^?' a"en,lrt""' ;"' water Uing used for drinking as
*boy. had things all well U cooking, washing, and
ft. :. Grace. K wherever artesian wells are lo-
Ejwj^tterson and J' FnB'i cated reaM feed to use
***** oal- SUC.l water h
I ilnal | The Red Cross will also organ-
id mom
jant of fees and ad
necessary to impress on
|irs who practise as Sollcl-
jfw absolute necessft) "(
kg a client's money
their own and "f keep ng
B books of ace unit
i ol misconduct
Bgotd on the use of the
if another legal pi
ptor without his knowledge j
apntent "Such conduct is
lam a client who is led to;
It that he has Independent
land services, of another
OOCT as counsel or solicitor
tbaoeflt he docs not in fact
and it also nmloods the
Before which the matter
__ fw adjudication."
its ".< .,i-, i ktri i 'n |i;iy
of the iiroceedings. $75.
(By Cable I
idos IVain Drft'ut
dad Wht Club
* rAOL FOSTER).
*[-0F-SPAIN. Jan. 14.
aantaUvc
(Reuter.)
ASIA IS URGENT'
Concludes Colomho Talker
i
THE S!X-I)AY CONFERENCK I
Half Ton Of Pig
BOLTON Eng. (By Mail)
Billy, the biggest big in
the worldhe weigh, half
a ton and is eight feet long
has been sold
American farming a) i
for $2,940.
Billy is now on show in
Bolton but is scheduled to
be flown to the (J.I
end of January.
(INS)
Rog^llini fWw
FreeToWedlngrid
ROME, Jan. 14.
Appeal Court today confirmed
annulment of a former marrtage
of the Italian Film Director
Roberto Hosaellini, waiting here
to marrv Swedish Star, Ingrld
Btrgmajk Early this morning
.man and Mr. Roaselllni
got the news Ity long distance
poorw in the Director's hutur) Sal
heir. Friends said that the Sueuish
tar was "wildly excited. Hoss lini's wife for 13 years, Slgnora
Marcella De Marcais said, "I can touches to the | i
understand Miss Bergman's love.,|0ne by a oonfaraoo
Foreign Ministers, which concluded
that there wag "no inconstancy" lM|*vi en Brit
,Western Europe and her links with the Commoi /
Announcing this.
nuniqaM hi i
mat it hau boon imon .

Europe a*

operation,
0 lonuc.

Europe,

i in- oommumquii


ubniitieu


co m mittaa i Ooaoi
countries a tfa lha obj*
BVOVlng Conditions la Southeast
Asia, and the Anal matting will u-
t.cld in Australia, it was stated.
Chinese Seize
U.S. Consulalc
In Peking
WASHINGTON, Jan '.4.
I omrnuni.1 au
%
, i llll I .
tata ivnl.,tinent
An othciai annou
the seizure was curn-d OUl
<>ur protesu and ow
lounoad intention to witndra
| all Ameiican Ofllctaja i-iui |ig
[ron ''iiniinuint China, if Jl
CAliaaat Conunuoiati
"'ilted Statc^
(rum
i.iiion. whk
"stuuted a flagrant vlolaUoa i
Treaty RjgnU
moat elementary

hr State Depaitincnl
. thai It was no1

-ccall of all \
miel from Commun
i| na. when comi
W.OJ. PROPOSALS TO BK
REFERRED TO GOVTS.
LONDON, Jan 14.
1'HE West Indian sugar delegation which leaves
for home tomorrow after fruitless talks, to
day accused the British Government of "improper
activities" in negotiating a sugar contract with
Australia
France Italy
And 'Benelux'
Study Union
PARIS, Jan. 14.
The Finance Ministers ol France.
Italy. Belgium, the Netheil.ind.-
and Luxembourg wil.
Paris on January 23 to study the
creation or an Econ<
Mi notar* Union i twten toe live
ountrtea, it was official!? announc-
e:l here b
the five countries will be held on
January 1U to
Acju.it i,
El' SL^ST* "! Sv^y I ie" branch commitaees.~thc object
Ttr R.?,.iT o B Gov" I bl'"1 to aMU necessitous casts.
* Remson. ttl|| Bttand Ra.ns have held up, but most
. areas are still under water.
-* ***> -tBy OaWe
KliUSTS .AND TORIES
WOPHESY DEADLOCK
W U.K. ELECTIONS
r A k. LONDON !an 14 mm < >w- - > -
L^V^utSi^i^^ 23 Ge!Ler!1 52S2 PIS aTiLiii >&S S
^'. Sncil^r ,*'deadlck was expressed by sections i hah md German; and of the
Utiwer- f A a" t-onservlive supporters here to-day. Papal Benediction in Latin, a New
Phi ,w "" lw" main parties said that a turnover of l Vork company announced to-day.
r cent, m the tntal vnta ..f tk^ ins^ ri.inn Uuk I Pope Pius, it was added, aulhor-
or Roberto. 1 am sure she
make him happy". Healer.
Youth Movenn'tits
Flourish In
West Germany
FRANKFURT. Jan. 14.
A 700 per cent increase in mem-
bership of youths' organisations
since 1046 is one nf the most en-
couraging developments in Ger-
many. Mr. Lee Wilson, retiring
MM of the Youth Acir.
UJOO, Amcric 'i Military Govern-
ment, said here to-day.
He said that the present mem-
bership in the Organisations in-
cluded from 25 to 30 per cent of
vouths aged between 10 ani 27.
About 510,000 youths in West
Germany between ages of 14 and
18 are out of school and unem-
ployed. Reater.
WiU Speed
Weather Forecast
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.
The United States Government
is setting up a 90000 miles coast to
i'oast landhne network linking 40
of its largest cities to speed up
weathel forecast for pilots.
Heater.
Pope Mn/ifs
Recording
NEW YORK. Jan. 14.
Pius Xtl has made
n December.
The meeting will pp
meeting of the Consultative Orou]
of the Organisation for European
Economic Co-operation in Paris on
January 26. Reuter.
Rescue W orkcrs Difr
Inlo MouMluin-Sidi'
for Trapped Miners
..IAMAlOi' ClJ .
Massachusetts. Jan. 14.
More than luu react*
dug feverishly into to* aldl ol I
broad mountain hen

.i in at the
ooUaarj res*anftaj Th reai uera
.
believed to be oomlni I
nftren

,ii Indonesia, and had

Dm i-'..i k.i .:
rho oommunl .

i Hatingulshu
than 5o
ence Id II i

sin. the
opened on Jam,
As the l
the new M.
Kmylan Rutnam
I by the
Ceylon Communist Part) Tho
:*.niH) delegates, who attended.
Cnmmonweulth Confi
railing for "mobilisation against
plans oi Impei:
Reuter.
'i Co.
onto h<
closed. T
. .
out Commun'st Ch*na
On I'aae 13
Russia
Expected
Jap Attack
In 1934
\
Stalin
in .tit
i
BtiUltl
I
BuIUtfi '

United State**1
the Bteta '
tonight
rtaltn told Huihii tbii In
lumber l3S shortW ftr *aa ^ .he CnnwH*,! border
* <-- rtoognlstd the Soviet
Marshal Voroshllov mid Lltvln-
. then Soviet I

I.ltvin. t
ti Kronen
thai the

t tveryl
hut weatarn

(Kent.
Gennanj Has No
Say AboiiI The Saar
64 Lost In
Truculent'
Disaster
SHEEHNESS Jan. 14
.i':i tOll ID the
the Thames Estuary
m Thursday night was reduced
from 65 to 64 to-day. It was
thai 0M nicmlKT of
mine on compas-
Naval divers and
d atiatad from lhrir
a k of sleep went down through
ii,e fathami ol murky Thames
rtouth waters again to-day to be-
$tt the taik of salvaging the
frogman a as able to
I < :i the inner .uid uuter
iimned refit otal
n hli bee*
i k to let him net through the
> I. In ;h. ..tier section
rack, where rt
0U could be
Renter.
7 Die In The
Worst Storm
In 30 Years
NKW YUUK, Jan. 14
A furious windstorm laslKv
.'. York State causing
la) .is ;lu
rhlch swept the Anieri-
Weal Paeinc
' aai continued
raging from Northern California
At least seven persons
< ad in the analai ol th
htundreda wen
in Washington and Oiegoi
r ,[ ra Iwaj
nd tore tnei
> lOUBd h ghways.
Ci aland. Oregoo and Beatth
.. . .
. i.
. i
.mil BOU I

\ ikllng sch'oi
d to close todi
i mueh snow.
Reuter.
I iikiiowii Pirates
Seize ."> Jup Moats
TOKYO. Jan 14.
paiioi vaaeeU,
trapped men. Joseph Burda, aged! n^nonaimei" ar>> unknoun. haivi
30. and hi* 25 year old brotni ,, mmg boell
Pope
ypts p.m.
8 ^ar Chief
in the total vote i.f the 1945 Election, which
*rvai.;. """ p"wcr mihl ^ suBicicnt lor a decisive
^^tive victory next month.
Ma'iy Conservatives beHen
that on the Paity's raoord in the
ttital of over 50 bye-electioru-
the picsent Parliament
i. a swing t i the Right
sufficient to turn the scales has
iready been shown.
taed the making of the record for
Milan, which is dependent on
the benefit of the Catholic Uni-
versity of the Sacred Heart in
donations.Reuter.
One Creator
Edward. Another hfOtl
year old Prank, was caught up to
| by falling d) i
managed to save Unwell by lit-
erally jumping out of '
Itrutrr.
$43,700,000 In
Cold Got*s To U.S.
CALIFORNIA. Jan. 14,
Big four-engined planes landing
here under heavy guar'
lieved to be flying $43.
gold bars from Japan to New York.
Crews of the planes are armed
loo. The gold is understood in be
the property of the Kingd -in ol
Slam. A state department spokes-
man said to-day that Slam re-
cently noiiled the Unit
Government that she would send
about $43,000,000 worth of gold lo
Tokyo, to be kept Id ttk
States as a currency reserve
American occupation forces found
it "earmarked" for Siam in pay-
ment for "services rendered" to
Japan shortly before and during
the early part of the bfe
Reuter.
ff the aouthwesl lip of Japan Ii
the last live day>.
Maritime officials declared
day.
Earlier radio reports froi.
rushing boats said that an un-
known g i.
them. and seized 01
though no positive id.
was made. Maritime official'
said that Korean and Chines-
patrols had previous'.
Japanese Ashing boats south o'
Japan.
Reuter
Britain'** Influence
\ ilul To Euro|><"'
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 14
Former Belgian Premier, Pau
Ipeefe, said today tha
Mr.tain's influence was vital t
Europe to counter-balanc. Get
f Great Britain turn
an continental Europe ,
"ill be a great misfortune fi,i
II I avter, but in the long run
1 am < onvinced that it w II ha,
lutsf for Brital
R rater.
honn. Jan. i*
foreign Mui
iv i Scnuina". tonight I

aboul .hi.
i
. .
I
a
.
J mat
tending ir
i ih matter Tha saai
c .man sold. "in nn| i
Third "Water
Holiday" lor
New Yerk City
1U1 the framework Of W I

. ,i the
Eaar." Reuter.
NEW YORK. Jan. 14
ort New York
next Thursday, wat
i toHlaj


;.:...'
Ant "dry
I ommlasionei Steph in
Cat nay Ml
of Thur-.'. ho Mas
public was urged t i i
balhless and shaveless Md the
f motor can and uaei
'good
A ropon
cussions on Btltalr.s |.ro:MHC.1
guarantee for 1953 ;* ol only
64.000 tons should be postponed
until the delegation I
the West Indian Qovernmant ana
the vai I
with the Peed.
The deleunn in i niiplnined thi-t
the Australians had reached I
satisfactory agreement with
aln in rJeeember, but the
Indians had still not ben ()
t.-rnis ofBeiallj Tha rtatament
Bald th;it the VTeel irnHani were
told only a fes | tha
talks began that there won.
separate talks with the iJom;:-
and Colonies, although a meeting
of Commonwe.dth Produce's had
been called
The Statement
The statement added that so far
as the colonies wag
oo -i
negative note. Britain proi
that tne present export bu p l
1240.000 tons .a tolorual sugar
and 400.000 ions of InminJons
iuan-
4 140000 and TOO.OOu
ml) How*
U 0 from the
colonial repreaantatn i
hat ihe United Kin dom would

"t 1.550.000 tons f coktnia] sugar
and 80.000 tons ol
sugar." The colonial repre*
lives than "reluctantly'
they were prepa ad lo accept
111 though tin-.
i >f 250.0O0
M ap
of ob-
i.iiniiig furthei
l '>l 1.550.000 tons Was
up of 900.000 tons from tha Brit-
ish West Indies. 470,ooo tons from
Mauritius;, 170,000 torn I a i |
and 10,000 tons fn>m Brlthth East
Africa.
DisHBllsfarlion
iiiiwever it waa on the
ol tha British market ihnt the dH-
ntwfactton of the Colonial re-
presentatives "reached its highest
pitch", the statement de,
After much argument, Bi
pi .posed thai .
uf 2.050.000 tons should he made

doinini. price,
450,000 tons, from the coll
lit a guaranteed price, 1,1*0,000
from the di'ininioii, ;,i no
.

Sorna of I dalaga-
lons Ware under the impi.
that the quantity of ZatXOOO
without that
luanl ty of sugar won w
il. hi
ruled Kingdom market although
pries
A special meet in u
ind it was then m.ide eh U II a
dom could purchase from
iid at luaranti i i
......10 I ufar i"
I I U 0..... n i
Thereferi fa pn
:
->f 1.550.000 ton< with ;i luaran-
tee on
mar!:rt tn the extent of l.lOO.fMMI
Sni.T.
LONDON. Jan 14
Vatican Radio, quoting the r
N-.ha d.IL Z ad Italian physicist Professor
.-irnf uS. .Bul Labour- *hile reoognis,: i today Uiat Professor
BaTnor ** Egyot M,h,jr.v lhair reduced maioriUes in bye- -
on nf u e'.ec-.i
>' Martial Law. tamed all scats won oi held III

hOdum,! -------- . << jv~4 mi ' *
Dl 1945. Ubuur also argues that ft r
BBBfha*kb f T^'1 "** onc ot ,nc Conservative;, to profit, a
at P^.J hl*. Nationalistic Socialist los of eight per ee:d
rribert Ei.isiein's QOW iheorcsj
v.r.e not incornpatibe with thel
1'ilholir fHh
wnu n won
the would have to be <'
faith.
He said that, arcurding .o
Professor Levy, the new C nstein
iheories gave the pi
system its proper plsce So far
BBbsi pjy""1' '*' .iiophic system had l>e
^^^^^"^wB^disii lemonstrating tti
ia in 1944, controls those c<
tau hi Parliament \ Ubour majority Ik smallest.
Renter.
.-caraiice* of c/eaied
matter reflected to one Creator.
Realer.
RUSSIANS HELPING
CHINESE COMMUNISTS
SAYS NATIONALIST SPOKESMAN
N.diona'-
The Nationalist spoki
at four Russi.n.

'in* area,
n than 40 Russian artil-
re helping insta'
long Chi-
na' east coast.
-Reuter
HONG KONG, Jan. 14.
A Nationalist spokesman in
Formosa to-day alleged that
Russian military adv.-.
helping the Chinese Communists
plan the invasion of Formosa and
the Chusan Islands, according 'o
< ports reach
The spokesman was reported to
have declared that a Russian
military group was stationed ii
Ningpo 34 miles, west i
! K Vnd W Gt r.uaiiN
lo Discuss Trade
FRANKFURT. Jan. 14..
Britain and Waal German) will
i usive trade nagotlatlona
in Fr..nkfurt 00 Fehruary 15. au
auihoiitative Bril
here to-day. He added that an
"importaat" British declaration
would come bssaj for U
The talks to expand and free
trade between the two countries
hod been planned for this month
but ware postponed until Febru-
ary because of difficulties in getting
the experts together. The post-
poned Franco-German trade talks
In Paris had tied up eRffWCti M
the German side.Renter.
Kaiser's Grandson
FRSKCH ZONK. Ji
Princt Hubertus of Prussia
I the last Oei
. has left th!

i i incess Msg- '
U
nastasla, agnl


a/iu
hafl hoen living in Englan.
-o England.

n it-fiance of the Govern-
Wilnalm. or's declaration that Uie i
-rteater. i is closed.-Renter.
WAS IT A LIE?
V, MiS.WV. j .
A Pol ah Poralgn 11
man night that
all factors into con Ud In then reports of a pai
H-d thai the position wee at the ftal ol Ireagk corres-
.,,11 'crll pondeni arrested here.
Reat-r Reoter.
GEN. DeGAULLE URGES
FRANCE TO ORGANISE
ITS OWN DEFENCE
PARIS, Jan. 14.
A SPOKESMAN for tiei.eral Charles De Gaulle, leatlet
ol tha French People's Rally, said to-day that America's
p.rt the Chinese Nationalist stand ir. Formosa
D can that she would abandon Western Europe, if
the Communists gained control there.
^ If Russia gained "underground
admittance" to West Europe
through a strengthen!iik uf Com-
munism in Germany, Fram-
Italy, it was very clear that the
reacUon of the Americans will be
DM i* that produced .
threat which to-day hangs over
Formosa, and which will hang
over Tibet to-morrow.
He said:
"Il was urgent for Wl
Europeand France first to or-
ganise Its own defence.
tReu: r.)
Tm lung Prolongs
Slay In Moseow
MOSCOW, Jan. 14.
Is- Tung, Chair-
ii of the Chinese Communist
mt who has been in
. .v a month, plans
*iay for several week to work
>.it problems concerning the exiat*
lg Suio-Sov:i.i PactReuter.
^riicstioii Closed?
;IUS. Jsn. 14.
'-morrow for oi
. Itta Greece in an
Unofficial Plesbicile organised by
orthodox Chut
Stalin Reeei\s
Indian Ambassador
LONDON. Jan 14
Marshal
I Radakrishnan.
Radio said in u message heard
here. I


PACE TWO
DAY ADVOCATE
T7TP
'V .I1V1
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f.-.-.-.-. ,-,-.,-.-.-,-.-,-. .,-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-. .:.:
GLOBE THEATRE
TO-NKJIIT at I.M ind ( ontlnulnj 5 A g.W
IN
IN GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
r With
HAU IM BOOB >' IWH Mi Ml
fen hiring:
ABJfOI
Svncooatinc
il) Ami yev > in your eye
ar eves
Urt me to wint You
(4) Thr Paean EatfC Sonc . :J)n (Chsast A '.ll)
It) Cslspso Time (I'uddinr Brown Bread Daisy)
\. in.. K h. < IIAHMKH
II KM i KIDAY 2tth ON BALI
.1 thr OtoBl from MONDAY

ROYAL
THEATRE
TO-DAY
TO
MONDAY
5 & 8.30 p.m.
Important
SONS HUM) Ftl SK1.I.INO TICKETS
boachl from the GLOBE THEATRE above lhr sched-
ule AdmlgeeMi Pricea will lie prosecuted.
The Public li recjaeeted to lo operate h> not pur-
lilai k-)i))rkrl Tickets.
(gft) MU KICK JOM v
i Manager. Globe Theatre)
FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION
THE GRAND HOTEL
in
I'lCES
ADA ii W.I
Bathrooms to nearly every
'. k i Bi Hi
,insalso Outboard
M hi H duicd journeys to beach.
(rum $10.00 to $14.00 per day
:. Lunch. Dinner
I DO pel prison)
fr. in SO.OO to $7.00 per day
.nch. Dinner.
KIN! u.l vi : Ralph A. Beard, Hard-
wood Alky, I'hone 4683.
INTERCOLONIAL (RICKEl!! |
BRITISH GUIANA versus BARBADOS
nI HISTORIC KENSINGTON OVAL
111 II I.In. U I" II. 13 and II
i I i ii-ii.ii, il. 17 l| -il gad II
i i UmUMONi
niTl.k'l
I III- ... I..I -I I-........kll
i i i ii,> ill ill Prtee iii-i ii-1
Il MIS Sic. per Day illjlf Met gflei |.n
LvatfaMa at I/- ate Dai i

mi MHAOM i in ii i .--hi i ITION im
H l' in .-,
-.-.'.'.-.'.'.-
Finger on the Pulse
|_|IS GoviTTior.
Ha Mr. A. W L Save*- and
i the "pr:vate
of portraits and pictures
by Mrs. E. Dorothy McAviiy.
P R.S.A., at the Drill Hall on
Friday afternoon. As Patron of
the S.PC.A., Hit Excellency de-
clared xf,< pened.
Among the many guests Invited
by thr m and
Lady Colly more. Sir John and
Lady ;
and Mrs. A H. Campbell, Dl
Mrs H Mr. and Mrs.
Packer, Dr and Mrs Dean Kle-
in d Mr* B. Carter,
': idler, Lt Col. and Mr*
Council. Commander and Mrs.
Smithies, Mr and Mrs. T. S.
v and Mrs. Guflllat
Dr. and Mrs. Fui;imer-Moore and
many Canadian and American

Film Show at Wakefield
AS AN experiment the British
Council is giving its new-
series of Monday film shows a'
4 45 p.m. instead of the usual
time In the evening. It
thought that there may he many
i>c>plc who would prefer to t*
a (11m show on leaving their
work rather than come back lo
I- n the evening and toward<
Ihi md of th" show have to
watch the clock anxiously so as
.i to miss the last bus home
If the response to this experl-
'i-nt Justifies It. the shows will
I continued at th!s time
Admission to the film show is
fre. and for adults OOl H*f R^ *\ I
required. The pm- Jjl commlttet
Cwdb C**Uwq
Wor,d TWrTT?
WAS '" "^It
V '"da, m ,*\
'oadc^J**


rou* the
ln-'li'lifl.Blt
i?S
.:*
phonethe rw?
number ot dig,
",;'"" Theo,,^
lainly made a b-^'I
reeeptlon 2*
be Iriteres,,,,, N
'." !' av ul lhJi>
'.-.la*.
smiths Sh.sJJjM
'"" ** partTli'i
broadcast ,.^*
Mr Don. ol th,
'I told m. u^,-
i number
unite
wore
.
"nablt? to iLj
wouw eon.. to &
asked Crib to S*
*'ho might be ^
ihey should be
White Park b7| u
I'roadcast sta,^
nnx f'iT the show or aton-
Jnnuary Iflth is n h I
Lali-sf Ni-wn Flim. Showinu
the Berlin Airlift parade.
Skyrocket Plane in U S.A .
lor-General of Ni-
geria laying foundation
stone of new Cathedral
Princess Elizabeth in Malta
etc. etc.
.Vein nVrieto of 1949
Jiilim Caesar. Th
um" scene from this famous
play. Brutus is played h%
Peiil Avlnu-t- and Mark An-
tony by Leo Genn both of
whom are well known Brit-
ish actors of stage and
The film is pro-
duced bv Sydney Box.
A film in technicol-
OUf describing the
Industrythe back-
hone of Britain's industrial
power.
For Beauty Contest
ISS ANTON1A ZIADIE.
Miss Most Beautiful Fik-
runner-up in
LFFT Portrait of Mr> Hlevsn. wlfr of r llran Klrvsn on h1io at lh.- Itr.ll IUII II ttw BxMb-
itlon of NHtgMl Uai MUMW b% tttt, B. I>"rlh* aAvHl FRS\. At ligkl portr.it of
4n II F Shrete, wife of Ilr II F Skeetr.
Pawed Exam Spent Two Weeks
NEWS has Just been PBCeivi I
that Miss Marion Garner. .1
ompiising Mrs. rj-rhadlan now studving in the
A. W Sentl. Mrs Glynn Reed and _ ~rf* -..(th hnnours. Store, Trinidad, returned home
... , U 0,,-et ,e. .,^eUIH. h, V.O.f*. "** |^-'* ..>!,., b.. D HI I i -line ,..,>.(
Cabaret Show At Drill Hall
snd her
Fint Vilih
"1 ago, U5.A. *
Mr. Clarence locTi!
"oak is no. ,**
") Ihc island. H'
Friday mornlns b, *"
0b
MSadovnik, wife of thi-
Mis. C. B. Stuart arc working hard
Manhutt.ni yaatarday by B.W.I.A. alter sjienil- of Borg and Back
und Trinidad b
weeks' holiday. tuT
panted by hu wlfc '
'"yingatthewtoaj
Mi Ince is ProkaJ
_... >--------------------------------- ..v.nninalion at the Manhml.111 ycslcmay Dy H.w.l.A. alter speno- u. oorg and Back Os.
preparing lor the Grand C'al.. r t< Sl.n| .,. ., inn two weeks' holiday here. She of Ine Borg Warner 0,
' 1949" and
IflM Jamaica'
icat, and Mrs. Oartruda -
Miss Jamaica of 1949.
reporter of the "Gleaner", have
been Invited by Ihc Colombian
Government to take part iii a
beauty eontest to be held at Bar.
ranqullla be-fore the opi
the Pan American Games. Thcv
leave for Barranquilla on Jan 17.
and will be the guests of the Co-
lombian Government for two
T.C.A. Flight Delayed
P.C.A Might which was due
Barbados yesterday morning
'i in Montreal for 24
hours due to bad wiather.
Id) will take the form of
a mannequin parade at the Drill
Hall on Saturday. February 4. at
9.00 p.m.
This .how is in aid of the St
Philip Baby Welfare Centre and
the St. Thomas Children's Nutri-
tion Clinic There will be a
lovely moon and good music sup-
plied by Mr Clivir Qlttgffll and
his orchestra.
Among those taking part u
Misses Grace Bishop. Danhne
Clark*. Fay Chase. Norrno Mas-
coll. Rachael Evelyn, Chrl
Gracie, Dorothy Roberts. Grac-
Ward. Anne Keevll, Muriel AshHy,
Brenda dikes. Brenda Smit;
K 7. Walcott. Mrs. D H L. Ward.
Mrs. C. B. Stuart. Mrs. U B Hi
Gerald, Mrs. E. L. Ward. M
Crowe. Mrs. R. C. Springer. Mrs
C. Noott. Mrs. S. Wolfe an
M. I* D. Skewcs-Cox.
in mm
To Join Husband
hs J rVdamin eamt in from
Trinidad on Wcdn'
nwi A. to join her husband who
l< now taking charge of I
hoe Co.. Md until the new
Manager arrive* She w
lying at Coral
v.
Back To Venezuela
IOHN KtiD III and Mrs Ren'
and small daughter, who have
been spending a long vacation at
"Cacrabank" have returned to
Venezuela after what they des-
cribed os a wonderful holiday.
Mr. Reid represents the B.F.
Goodrich Company.
Laboratory Technician. was accompanied by
Miss Garner is the second riaugh- Miss Nunla SaaoVnlfc and Mis-
ter of Mr D D. Garner. M.C.P ol Esther Zakrzowski who are both
Marchncld. St. Philip and Mrs students it St JosVpt)
Garner Who Is at present in the They wot -the Hotel
rjxj. Royal.
\fR AND Mrs. Erit
iT*- Chicago, U5A*i
lay by air via i
and Trinidad on thari
the island for two
staying at k|
M"
They are
Hotel
Mr. Johnson .
Inland Wire ProducOft
REG CASEY seen receiving a Silver Cup Iron) Mrs. Clifford
Kephlrin at the All Star Nlghl at the Globe Theatre .111 Friday
ntght. Casev. who sang "Again" earried uff lirsi prize. Tlle
Cup was pre*ri)ted on behalf ul /.rpliirins Bak< I u IB,
In the eentre is Mr. Mauriee Janes. Manager of the Globe.
Congratulation!
Returning He
lyfl 13- P. MATHUi
* Manager of IC|
treal who was here hi
two months In rtmta
Ihc inauguration of 71
vice expects to rng
headquarters by TCA.I
Mr. W. A. C. Ska
mauling as Renda) I
and has taken up rtt
"Three Arches." Ngrjti
History Of But
TPHOSK inlorMttd
* history ot Birta
have a chance ol
Ihcir knowledge whip
Shllston. lecluna
night ot 8.15 the YJU
Mr. Shllstone will wt
Early History of BltM
^ponsoral
KMra-inural OrplrMa
University College of
Indies. There will be
n Ihl series,
tha -:i-t
m
:a
Ev
lie
le

a Pmg,
i HONSUOHM
lira,
\ l<> in.: In to Tuesday Nighl at 8.30
IIKITK DAVIS -:- ROBERT
OOMXBY In
JIM-: BRIDE"
with
siNTBt, Bait) LYNN
A H .uner Bros, new laugh-team
in the happiest hit ol their lives I
Wednesday at 5 & 8..1O p.m.
Thursday Nighl at 8.30
Helmut I'AViiM Philip
DOKN. Jean SULLIVAN in
"ESCAPE IN THK
DESERT
A Warner Bros. Picture
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MOIH ItMSI
Yoni
BATH
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TILESWhite and tirc.-n
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und 15 l. .I!.....
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YORKSHIRE COma PIPE & FITTINGSAll Sizes
LEAH PIPBH", '/ n4". IV
BIB It STOP COCKS
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BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
CONGRATS lo Mr. and
Ormond Itollock ol Bleck
Hock. St. Inrlh ol
a son 01
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Holh mo:
line
to
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ol Ihc U.S.A. tm
011 Wednesday by BM
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the MarmeHat
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on Thursday u> B.WJA
in of Bank HalL on a birth of
daughter m
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'. bta ho toaro wbt m ta>acn
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* conteuoei lor rtturntjd fruit, iji
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Miss Francis Goes
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Trinidad, and Evelyn Framis
frotn Bai badoi.
liday and ait
; irine Hotel.
MR,
b
b
Below Zero
s Giinbert, Ms
Port-of-Spain. Ti
dome by B.WIA
day after spending
weeks' holiday here. Hi
rompamed by his wiha.
they were staying III
I
MR. C. Avcrboukhcfl
Project. Diego Ml
dad. returned home bf
yesterday. He had *p>
in the island and watW
Motel Royal.
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lVJASrABYli.HM
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
James Mason, in Hollywood Pictures, i.s Taking A Beating from the Criticj
THE BRITISH FILMS ARE DOING WELL
To Set Up 'Young Vic'
Company In America
Mi.ilir
From Frederick look
WHAT a Hollywood doing to
Wjk. Mason.' Two ol n,
pictures are snowing on
ji,v, and this areai actor
r^yy- terrible beating from
^^Hollywood's staunches!
zZn are calling Masons
^Zi, Vftes Side me of the
1-t rfenngs (or some lime.
ffcW York Times complains
h# plavs "at though burdened
w the weight of the world."
comes >n lor even rougher
Mtment (or his performance in
.'ttWkless Moment.
l-r.s one. the New York
_j. Sews critic writes: "His role
lie Reckless Momer" is the
unsuitable yet. Mason gets
billing, but it's Joan Bennett s
^ aU the way-.
Competition
bver has Hollywood faced a
w year with such tough com-
fton on its home grounds as
_* British dims have
-__ to join The FmUtm Mol.
rinc in the box office dollars
new French dramaand a
onea film from Italy, one
Sweden, and even one from
1 quality as well as number
id still holds first place. The
- have bean going wild over
tt LiKlf fstond I Whisky Galore
rWsh cinemas) Overnight it
become the picture no New
rUer can afford to miss. One
tatic reviewer called it "the
ehucklesome comedy of the
Third Nane
experts liked too. The
I Mr. Beeebam. our old
The Chi Item Hundreds
vet another new name (It
CELESTE HOLM
la Sh. stoops te Oets|Mft
was Yes M'Lord on the stage here).
Least successful in ^atherinR
laurels among the new British
foursome is Ne Room at the Inn.
which New Yorkers in holiday
mood are finding too grim.
They thought better of Silent
Dast. the rtlm version of the stage
play. The Paragon.
France's offering is Battle of
the Rails, a tale of French rail-
wayman's contribution to the
Resistance, with narration spoken
by Charles Boyer. Technically
beautiful, as always.
Flashing Swords
Italy's film is The Pirates of
Capri, all mollo vivace and Hash-
ing r.words and court intrigues and
revolutionlots of activity but
not much action. Good as costume
dramas go.
Sweden does somewhat better
with The Children, a sensitive.
:>-titled little :
orphans and their pet goat. A
wholesome, altogether t-reditable
rllm.
Stem But Earnest
The Russian picture. Yea**
Guard, is stern and far too long,
but an earnest salute to the young
men who gave their liver in the
defence of their homeland.
It is propaganda, of course, but
lably so. The plctun
lour hours long, has been cut to
two and a quarter for she
here, and the result is uneven.
Magnificent photography. Ku
Dmitri Shostakovich
JJest of the current none-too-
good batch from Hollywood is
\d*Ms Rib. with Spencer Tracv.
Katharine Hepburn and Judv
Hi lliday.
The* New PI i>~
The Velvet Glove, by Rosemary
Casey. Stars. Walter Hampden and
Grace (targe. mikl, thyi lifts*
comedy effort about the way in
which a rather nice old nun black-
mails her bishop by undermining
his campaign to raise money for
a seminary.
A kindly and placid show in
welcome contrast to some of the
sex-drenched neurotic stuff on
which Broadway has been nour-
ished lately. But the glove could
At a little better for some of the
cast.
How Long Till Summer?
by Sarett and Herbert Rudley.
Star. Josh White, famous negro
troubadour. Yet another play
about the colour problem. A negro
lather wrestles with his conscience
in a dirty deal, his son wrestles
with bewilderment at his first en-
counter with racial prejudice. Lots
of inner turmoil, not much
theatre" How long till closing'.'
Bitter
The Rat Race, by Garson Katun.
Stars, Betty Field and Barn-
Nelson. A bitter chronicle
voungsters trying to "make the
grade'" on Broadway. Some funny
situations, but not sufficient story.
The Rat Race will not finish in ULfl
JOAh HKL.\WOOU
... .
II tPMsJrg Galore
WM End.
she stoops to CosMrner, Maurice
iviv.il of the Goldsmith
Celeste Holm.
Brian Aherne, Ezar Stone. Burl
tvee.
This is the first of lour plays
Evans Is to do at the off-Broadwuy
City ivmre top price Si (21;-
Mt SI 20 (8. 6d.(in a
' ->lish a Young Vic com-
pany here. Magnificent!
Plays io follow. The Corn is
Green (with Eva LeGallienne).
The Devil's Dis, ir-lr
King and old-tune movie
star Victor Jory). and a fourth
yet to be picked.
Attractions for the New Year
holiday period inch.: ll\.
Member or use Weddin:
Meddler's dramatisation of her
novel of the mi
Happy As Larr.
by Donagh MacDonagh, which
London and Dublin
already. Direction by Muiness
Meredith. 1..K.S.
..RIDE." Warner Bros*
hilarious comedy. CMM
Aquatic cinema last Friday
tarring Bette Davis and Robert
Montgomery The First Lady of
'he Screen indulges in her first
led role in almost eight
years.
Time Bride" is laid in Indiana,
.sing story of a
H'up of New York magazine
p;ople who practically invade (he
community to get .i story for :heir
June issue. Henry Blanke pro-
I Warner Bros*.
IImtmI
QUICKSAND "This Is a story
at ; man who through the love of
nc crime
and thniigh this crime was forced
to commit many more. Mickey
Rooney has the leading role.
IKiii pi re
MICKEY"A new singing
personality comes to the screen as
I ni l.-mis BUttgf
in a rip roaring musical, and she
has a good voice too.
Ol* iiiiii.
KIM OF THE CANYON"-
Singing Cowboy Gene Autry and
kl combine their talents
to bring to the screen a western
v.itry sings, rides.
Shoots and fights.
ITS HERE AGAIN/
Fay ComptonFamous
English Actress
II* I .im^Mimi Oji*
U no time did Fay Compton
__ any other areei but the
S She was, indeed, surround-
ry Its influence from lier birth.
grandfather. Colonel Bate-
had owned the Lyceum
London and had given
j Irving his first chance. Be-
she was In her teens she had
km to !eam the technique of
at from such excellent teach-
ss her father. Edward Comp-
l bar auats Isobel leading lady
lenry Irving) and Kate Comp-
iler mother Virginia
tertian, also an actress. In her
00) holidays. Fay had always
en to go with her father on
tourshe had his own com-
syrather than go to the sea-
was her brother Compton
Stenne. '.he veil-known au-
*, who advised her to go and
Mlaner. of the famous "Fol-
', for whom he was writing
__M and sketches. Terribly
^wus, r l(ve Pelissier a
|se of her songs and imper-
Ntioru and was taken on at less
I 4 a week. A fortnight
baiter a game of tennis at his
fc Pelissier, lying uncomfort-
lon a gravel path, proposed
ber. and Fay. not taking him
eusly. welted him with tennis
fc Undismayed Pelissier re-
ted his proposal once a week
she said 'yes''
he considers the next two
U, when she was a Follies
gtrl as well as Mrs. Pelissier and
delighted thousands with her
playfulness and her mimicry. ,,s
the best possible training for the
Stage she could have had. Then
her husband died suddenly and
this 10-year-old girl with delicate
classical features and lovely Ti-
tian hair was left almost a penni-
less widow with a babv son.
After a desperate search for an-
other job she was altered a part
which demanded fluent German.
Knowing not a word of the lan-
guage she bluffed It out. sat up
all night with a German gover-
ness, and by next morning was
able to remember both the mean-
ing and the accent of her lines.
She is in the tradition of those
great actors of the past who could
switch rapidly from one form of
acting to quite another and whose
courage and resource was equal
to almost any vicissitude. She is
not "temperamental". For her,
acting is a professional job, and
he is called upon to do
she does, whether it is tragedy,
comedy, "fey" parts, singing and
dar.'ing, filming, pantomime, or
even musical hall turns. And the
remarkable thing is that in every-
thing she undertakes she succeeds
completely and makes a firm and
lasting impression.
She followed Iris Hoey in a
I'lidy called The Pearl
Girl, and there she met Lauri de
:v vho became her second
husband. In 1916 she, with a
chorus, did England's nisi strip-
tease act in o revue called FoJiow
The Crowd, which made her the
Belle of the Trenches. Soon after
this she was in a "straight" play.
The Boomeratio. which was pro-
duced by Charles Hawtrey. and
she starred with H. B. Irving In
The Processor's Lone Story, In
about the worst woman's part that
ver wrote.
But Barrle made handsome
amends for this later on. Me
chose lay Compton for his Peter
Pan in 1917. and then wrote a play
specially for herhis famous
fantasy Mary Rose.
It is easy to understand why he
did so. There is I fey" quality
about Fay Compton and an in-
vincible effect of innocence about
her which in Mary Rose often re-
duced her audience to >
some magic of her own she con-
veyed the feeling of "other-wo KV-
ness" so that as someone once
wrote, "Mary Rose is Fay Comp-
ton, and Fay Compton is Mary
Rose." Indeed, she was a Barrie
leading lady par excellence. It
l playing an unforgetta-
ble Phoebe Throssel in Quality
Street that she married her thiru
husband, Leon Quartermaine. Just
Itefore this, both of them had
made a great impression in Som-
erset Maugham's The Circle, por-
traying modern youth with an al-
most disturbing fidelity. It would
be hard to imagine a more start-
ling contrast between plays.
Years before, Maugham had
written to her: "When you are
driving along in your Rolls Royce,
swathed in sables on a muddy day,
and you see me on the pavement
plodding along on my flat feet,
just tell your chauffeur not to
splash me."
Neither the sables nor the Rolls
Royce are hers even now. She is
not that sort of actress but she
can look back on triumph tot
many a rich woman would
exchange her car and her sables,
and probably a great deal more.
One ol these is her Ophelia
which she played for the first time
to John Harry mores Hamlet in
I8M and for the last time in 193
to John Giclgud's Hamlet at Kron-
borfl i ce, to ecstatic
Danish audiences. She was ac-
knowledge as the t'incsi Ophelia
ol her i.rneration and one case-
hardened critic wrote that she
had 'the quality of elves weeping
under the Moon."
Another is her Paulina in The
I role, which is said to be
- v part and perhaps
sit superlative of her ciirevr.
But indeed, whether she la a
fairy-like Titania, an entrancing
Rosaline (of Love's Labour Lost),
or a stony-hearted Regan, you
feel that she is an actress who
would have, warmed Shake-
speare's heart. And from such
varied parts she turns with ease
to a youthful or an aged Queen
in Housman's Victoria Reyina. a
skilfully un-gay wife in Noel
Coward's Blithe Spirit, or a mon-
ster of caUotH cruelty in that grim
play Little Foxes.
When Fay. who is tender-heart-
ed to a degree and once wrote to
Mussolini .ompiaining of the
1 nt <>f horses In Italy, was
lisUktft playiiu
misympathetu rOUM at leplied.
*E ail, 1 play the heavy
I willingly l>ccause I have
so often had to play the dream
No other English actress has
ver had so many tirst-class piav-
wnght* at her beck and call, and
yet no! only doc* she not non
pantomime, she || the pi
Principal Boy of her time! No
matter how silly the songs or
il the lines, she makes of
something which ilelights the
-
up. And after doing two ihowi
a day for six fhrj
as fresh .it the end of '.en weeks
as she was at the begbu | |
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rom
81 \li.H \li\OCATF.
SUNDAY, JIM wry
I
gordo\ proverbs nm f Worrell Scores
CHAiSWLESS 108 .... ^ .
Brilliant Century
TllV. high
the first trial match played a' i] was a
chanceless 108 by Gordon Proverbs of Wani-
Kenneth Goddard. a slow right arm spinner was the
most successful bowler capturing five wickets for fifty runs.
Mr. John Goddiird's X
/-> ;. KET fans In the West Indies were disappointed when il was ulnjt their fiist innin(g iX)ok ,hell
V -i a few davs ago lhal George Headley, Wwl Indies and $con to 2?0 In reply to Mr Fam.-
*tar player would not be available for the Jamaica-Trinidad er-s XI total of 71. In their second
,nial tournament to open there next week Innings Mr. Farmers XI hit f i
We were ram to hear, according to a cabled Press Message, that fnr the lo o( on. w)cket
HiJL h,d pulled" a muscle and would not be able to make the trip Johnnie Lucas and Proven ,
7 iter news from Jamaica in thai connection was in the nature of a
bombthel! and was to the effect that financial negotiatio:
Ad the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association
had broken down and the great George had been Mean*
| not to be available for the tour.
To the Board's offer to Headley of expenses and fnmi!> al
of 1100.80 and a captain's allowance of $100 80. he had cow '
a demand for $376 and expenses excluding famtl.
allowances.
continued for Mr. Goddard's XI
yesterday to the bowling of iT
MlUington and E Atkinson on a
k.khI wicket Millir,.
down a maiden in the
to J. Lucas from the Pai
Atkinson taking a longer run
|
crbs but WM unsuccessful Mi1
tinued to bowl steadil?
keeping both batsmen In checK.
The 150-inark was soon reach-
ed. After Millington's J 5th 0W.
K OoOVand was brought 'in In
place of Atkinson in his fi
IMPORTANT QUEgTIOKS EAI8ED
THIS Is more or less a domestic matter between Headley and hi
Board but as a whole it poses some ver> imp-wian*
; esent set-up of West Indies cricket It is no secret that the
Indie* Cricket Board of Control are n<
Ir/nrcolonlal cricket as well and so from the afi iMTTCd across an a
I :ippenings must be of. more than passing interest. .Tv hall
I am still wondering at the fart that th.- Weal Indian cricket carefully.
public were given the excuse that Headle> had pulled muscle uhii
it was a matter of financial differences. They are entitled to better At the other end N< n
treatment This leads one to ask whether or not Mines Johnson may shall who relieve 1 Milllngu.-.
not be another financial problem child or he has Indeed pulled l opened his over to J. I...
the pavfJloa end and sent down
The time has come for some very plain speaking and some promp" a maiden. Lucas' end came when
measures If a man is not available v.- te tried to pull MM to '.he leg side
if the reason must be given at all. I am in favour from boundary from Goddard missed
ihe W< i both those who pull
if the occasion arises those who pull funn>

tSd was caught by Atkir
hurt sflgaVI '
Smith (College) foiled I
catch. But in the last ball of th
same over he Jumped out to
drive, missed the ball and was
quickly stumped by Gerald Wood
Rranker (Cnblr & Wireless) then
joined Proverbs who n<\
ed worried, and took his first run
-If Goddard J A WUUaini on
the boundary delighted "
with some lively fieldii.:
BLAME THEMSELVES
THI WatST IMUKS Cricket Board of Contp
to blame if they find themselves In en u with
professionals in th- Then- are rules to be revised and
amendments to be ratified but this has not yet been
individual bullying, soft soaping; nor evasion li going to goh
trick', question of pay for play whenever it raise-
There is not much money to be n '--< Intercolonial
tours when the high price of transportation and boarding and lodging
are taken Into consideration. Added to this, un>
ments that came into being since the .xperiment with the quadraiiKul. i
seric I Trinidad. Jamaica. I
DM quarter of the expenses ol the travelling of
h.lenoluiiial team that make^ a tour during the year.
easdv be seen from this that there is not a considerable margin i(
any, to toy with the idea of paying West Indian professionals, (lot
only they are eligible for these senes) any handsome sum for plawng
JAMAICA BOARD ACTED WISELY
IT would be much better to do without them sad give
else the opportum'o their worth I tnink that the
Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket A
turning down Headley's request in the CU II would have
created a most dangerous precedent and migt re con-
stituted a source of embarrassment not only to U* lanttlca Cricket
Association but to other cricket bodies in the fulun
wcver, forgive any false statement to hidt
state of affall are entitled :
positi< I reports like pulled muscles and the like to cloud
a serious issue only serve to infuriate the public when the truth In-
comes known and also place journalists who depend upon the \ i
of such Id i most ludicrous position
TRIAL DULL AS DITCH-WATER
DULL as ditch-water is my description of the First Trial game in
preparation for the forthcoming Intercolonial tournament with hi took his first strike from God
.nana. I did not see most of Thursday's play, the first day dard taking a single between first
of the game, hut yesterday's was a dreary long drawn out funeral and second slip. In Httrmntini*
I . that Gordon Proverbs in a verv careful and pains- to hit a six overhead off GoddnM
taking innings carried his Thursday's score of 23 i<> 108 yesteio .as caught
Wttha 0 <>n the boundary by A. Lawless f
Proverb! if hli Inning* was particu- Cable Wireless. The scoreboard
< strained since he Das not had so successful a sensed and is read 221 for seven wickets
obviously out tu impress the selectors.
On [hi ; no excuse for the geanraj tendcm.
yesterday to pet half vote nd to nuke nutf
m atroekaual)
stump and even on the pad.
I about the whole affair
& Proverbs' ueceaaful batting
Land catch by Phillip- in the slip to
wood oil an outswing. r gcaileni and
iiplding of Charlie Taj
. n indication ,.,i of play Goddard and G. Proverbs at th
* in the coming lournament, because cricket can be care- Sklppe
CAWNPORE. Jan. 14.
A BRILLIANT 122 not out by Frank Worrell. !'
bados and West Indies Test cricketer, was chiefly responsi-
ble to- i Commonwealth XI compihn.
lien the fourth unofficial Test
opened here. Jock Livingston, the Commonweal!)
also played a notable role with 80.
Commonwealth won ttkt
-------------------------------------- and took first knock or.
They met with early
Hasflett And Morris
Sore Centnyiefl
vs. Bonier XI
es by ijndsay Hasse't.
the captain and Arthur nanrrni
nelped the Austr.lians. put on 411
for 4 on the opering day of the r
Ilcder XI
nere. Morris hit 106 fa
cer.tury of th* D tU batted
three hour* and Idt II I
gave one difficul*
Hassett was still unbeaten at the
end of the day wl'h 106. which i -
eluded 1 slat and 5 (oun He hai
hen he had -<
being dropped the
Thorne. Ken An her. who helped
Morn* In an opening stand of
197. missed his hundred ihat uv
ing pair were back in the
with only 19 runs scored.
____ Then the I
nweeJl
n Jock Llvlng-
n d the
West Indian,
[I ?rank
|:ame together m
stand of 151
IJcfore Uving-
|cton was out for
grj wag
till unbeaten at
|the close, having
.red 122 runs
bell's first cen-
Itury in the pres-
Test 5>cries.
'and included 9
i h'iku fours.
The Commonwealth touring side
no second.
THE time is now ripe for us to take stock of the two.
we saw in 1W9 and the three-year-olds we expect to , T'*1
Starting off with my own Free Handicap, here is how {**
last year's crop over the distance of six furlongs ft?*1
130 lbs. Bow Bells Bones 125 11*. ?J
n lbs.-Top Flight 118 lb* 1'riM.v,,,,,,, 118 uIT*'
15 ll>- Colleton U5 lbj JV^
115 lbs. lm SunQleTmJ
Brown Girl 105 France Hi:! lbs. -Ceres 102 lbs
ins Sunny Hoik* I I
>ne two-year-olds were those phu-.!
first four in the thirteen races which wore framed for ihZ!^
Trinidad and Barbados. Comparing'them with former >**,,
il was one of the best seasons we have ever had ;ind uL!1
perhaps only slightly below the standard set in 1947 hv 1
Path, Will O'the Wisp II, Brown Rocket, etc. Of coun*
of guess work plays Its part in that assumption for th* sim!!,
that the two-year-old racing al the last Christmas meL
decidedly botched up. The end of the season was thertfn^'
conclusive 1 lUy turned out in the Din aim
this one is left more or less in the air. However, then*
' _
The neon wag than 172 for
next man in and faced the last
ball from Goddard. But D
did not last long as he was soon
out tn attempting to pull Goddard Ing to the pavilion after he had
to the leg boundary and gave an scored .1 chanceless 108 yesterda.
easy ratch to Atkinson at square against Mr. W. A. Farmer's XI
leg. Ofl the second day of \-
N. S LUCM fallowed Drayton. three-day Trial Match.
Marshall continued to Ik>w| stead-
ily. In Oodnkrd's nhttfi over
N. S. Lucas was given a "III Atkinson was 29
lien he lifti"! qJM tu COVai lltd end Smith 31.
runs. He was at the wicket for
three hours, I? nunute
93. and hit 6 four- Sam Loxton
helped the score along with 81. hit
in 82 minutes with 2 six-
fours, and with Hassett added *7
GORDON PROVERBS return- for the 4th wicket
Rruier

The
tcli
I onlinues to-day.
Ma w nMin> || i.( inniBfv
mm. 1. t.Olili.tRUs XI 1.| Innlni
,.
H M*r*nall Ibw 1, Atklnion
G Provrrb* c N Mt.h*n b
J Lurai r Atklnwn b Goddard
w n.>i..r, c Aiki^^on bGoddsrd .
N Luca< alpd wk G W^od
b Goddard
I Blanker c Fariw b Goddard
C lJku b Goddard
Marshall
Hill
S-lffl. 7So.
1 the wickel and J Ooddard r K^Goddard b_T, lload Ifc
pundied Goddard regular 1:
the boundary.
Undecided
Millingtoii w$
on and Branker was very und--
rided about his stroke-
ever fell victim to Goddarl
while hitting out. He was caught
bj Skipper Farmer Holding
mid off. C. Alleyne the next n
Hoad
k. (. dea
II Kina ^ k. Wo
I>. Phillip

ToUl
* i. ua,
- aw. 10 tm.
level.
are again without Vi lay
lormer captain,
dred hand had not re-
,,l!ow htm
to stand up to the rigours of a five
li. and V. Hazare. who
led India the third
cantata
Tne taai (rare
( .miimmwnlth: Jo*
I rreer, Daa
l^mberg.
BUI Alley. Norman
1 n Place. George
Tribe, Frank Worrell and George
Pope. 12th man John Holt.
India: V Harare (Captain).
IH A s Modi, O
Phadkari. If Adhlkari. V. Man-
kad. P Umrigar. M. K. Mantri, H
able to attend due to lack of Gaekwad, H. Ghulnm Ahn> |
funds after a hectic Christmas. Kishenchand.
I was quite a suc-
meeting with some excit-
ing races but for the last race In
which there were four horses.
The start was extremely poor,
there was absolutely no th]
the race and a sound of disap-
Miriam Hopkins
Brightens Up
Ca8sadn Races
Prom Our Own Conpond*rt
ST. JOHNS (By Mail).
THERE was a small crowd at
Ing'on Thursday A great many
people complained of being un-
UfALYVnS)
l.-.tMKi Watchers
The Commonwealth :<
a poor sti Ir opening
pair. Oldfleld and
ed for 0 and 8 retpi
pointment could he heard in the Then skipper Livingston and th.
MR W
raaannri n isn iaai>i.
IOI oul ... *l
Phillip, b Ri*w.ler
whole crowd.
Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his A.DC. Major Denis Vaughan
attended the Meeting. Mr. A. W
. Acting Colonial Secre-
tary was also pet
Music througr
supplied by "Brute Force'' Steel
West Indian. Frank Wot 1
:tack with eve
and improved the position with a
stand which passed the 50 before
lunch.
A crowd of 15.000 Wgi
morning's play.
Play after lunch began in some-
rfoi
:-^
> 1
J I
allowed us to see Bow Bells and Bowmanston in form, thaaai
two separate days, while Fair Profit's running at the QhriKtmm
islent enough to tell us that nothing was wrong**!
NOT OVERRATED
I cannot, however, agree with the opinion in Trinidad th.
idol imnch of two-year-olds were overrated. This otnl
formed mainly by those who have blinded themselves to fc!
: not concede that Bow Bells and Colleton wen u*a2
they seem to have forgotten Cross Bow's racing altogether 1
never one to stick out foolishly for Barbados-bred creolet ij
have seen them proved inferior. There were the outstandiM,
ofCHam and Brown Boy, who humbled ourpride?]
of-Honi ..mi Front Bell. Although an exssahal
will reveal that the latter three beat all the other TM
.it the anM maatlng, Proof lhal although we m*^^
be t. I .f the whole
But for me such insularity dies a natural death when IJ
to discuss West Indian racing affairs, and so I like to thinkV
as embracing all those I saw irrespective tf|
land of origin. For the 1950 classics, I have my eye nn Firj>
Bow, Bow Bells, Bowmanston, Perseverance. Wtvecrat,
ven l think we will sse tat
,;h my doubts about Bow Bells over this distant
ii ol Coauu
and Teh 1 more speed than stamina. Yet his reseattsK
to Gun Site is so marked that I could not help taking him ft
staying type of O.T.C. progeny. But then I suppose one mugM
surprised if he turned out another War Lord. After I saw hunli
quite willing to believe that his two wins at Anma were not*
.md also that those who told me he was the best two-year-ai
d might not have been too fur wrong. Hence hit higfa ri
on my handicap list at levels with Lazy Bn
2
(OIRAGEOIS LAZY BONES
" Bind. Everybody seemed to apr what" subdued vein, but Living-
following A :
lad many well piaead
ott the bowling of Goddard
who M
HHhfth,
I inhall then ,-ame on
; ter caught by
Smith In the iUd.
found J

A wo.
eonditioii of Ken ih(J antl to
those -pkeep.
SOUTH CARIBBEAIf RACING REVIEW
VOLUME II. 11*48 of the South Cai .i( $3.00
and $1 au. i.
has now been publuhe. VoluiM Annual <;
the South Cartbbaaa
ok la a tale attracttvalj told of
raw ol 1M8 To
I enthusiast the volume is an indispensable record tf form,
n Racing Review is a w*tk ol love whatever
1 promoting it- itlK m

1 lacina a
,., Thc ,rium''1 ul colt Ufan, the I
inrough these page> U
bout it well
add SouU. Caribbean R* Ing ^
nil
Century
1 bs got
Century off Atkinson
bowling the new hall, bj
'^wintjer through point
iflar
rr J A. WllUami
letter-
bemoanirt: the
.
emand of C12'j

the Crip lo ;i< spar'
li 1 are in
10 In IN "'':
is not on the id<
and that the English tour will b
Bon no far ai gate receipt! with-
preciate the West Indian swing
music especially the large num-
ber of foreigners It is eminent
,___________________ that tourists especially the Mill
Reefers are beginning to dribble
Headley's Absence ,n:o A""BUi'"' '-he win;"
Regretted ******
There we* Quito a lot of whls-
iAdv.icnte c K Nf-.STnM i._.i enclosure when Jhe news got
,d that th.-
in the paddock. !v.
ston and Worrell gradually opened
:te the steady accurate
bowling, both drove and late cut
m In raising the score to
170. whet. ;is out leg
before wicket to Hazare for 80. He
included 7 fours in his score, and
with Worrell for the
ket put on 151 runs.

.ken. with
Worrell not out 90. A
mnutcs His stay at the wicket
came to an end when in attempt-
ing a drive to cover off Atkinson
he
edged and was taken at third out
hall.
Mr. Goddani XI
innings al 270.

will
I
parted tho ba/ung la
ng of II
in Etrewater'i insi ovei a
brilliant
The Headley-Crtcket Board of

Ikiard o: .
smart red and blue spotted frock. suo" ;
j at the Mill Reef as 'long at a good pace
Ml '
Qy built a
house at the Mill Reef ai
the rear.
?on there
was a chilly t
across the race course and most
of the ladies appeared in coats

tigua.
only ran

The fourth wicket has
added 6<;
1 I'tvery on the
nmonwaahh

The match continues today.
.
m b Hware '
b Qidu ..1 S
in
F Yrtw not oui H
tllrj-

at second gUf II
hall and Phillips 111 a m
111 go I..
cellant one handed catch Atkil ekaotoea,
1. joined Snath ai .,1 the B> >I*il
th rin

by I): .
i two seconds
hy Mr. Bob Sn
i the best results in An- '
ugua.

O. M
it 3
14 .1
n i
3S IB
Of L a lot of courage. Otherwise, his appearance u far from pea
He would also surprise me if he went on improving as fast or u
Of course It's quit* certain (hat whitent
tance he goes out Tor he will do his best and therein may *
But I prefer my above seven any day, iNejggfl
naturally, I may be wrong.
Speaking of U minds me of Union Part.*
was there that I saw him. 1 also took the opportunity to m
track after ten years and I wa-s immediately impressed by at

n ler a cloud for the past tewji
ice there only made matter* w
ever, a new management has put
complete i ad the track has also undergo*
Park track there is grass
all around the course and not just in patches. The gradMntal
talking on the ..hi done, which is essential on
w.th turns like this. Hut the important part is the rails; for 1-
that quite a number of the accidents which took place mignll
len avoided if they were more substantial. Well, substantial *
tails certainly are In [act, ih.. u.e stronger than anything
Trinidad, They are also ol the English
The uprights do not lean outwards but the rail is fastened to a baa]
ned to the upright. The rail is therefort
from the Uggdgjht
UNION PARK GOOD TRACK
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rZ!oTJ1F-SPAlN. Jan. 14.
LlSScSw. ^IGu.rdian' ami lhe Bar-
K'WA Snd ... rcpnrt .ho
A WKI Indio^ T.t matches
Thoroughbred Horses Liverpool
if7 n r Loses Lead
Win Big Prizes I 1st Division
By Walter Parkins...!
mJ; aa&nmcnt loUowane-
E wiwoon the Caribbean
fJUciallon and Reliefs re-
Lj^raeo "I 'ho .our
EL anxious .o mve a p..-
5 iho matches through West
-Tovm. invited Cosier lo join
"oSniation for .ho period.
,-5? with O. S. Coppln. Bor-
i A-
%hich ran lo two edition!,
jilso covered the matches for
J^Eniilish and Caribbenn
2thl he was highly eom-
La D, J O'Nell r.allaglwr.
Ev o't the DKu Elpmsa.
llUngColier thanking Inm f..i
McelleW coverage" he dub-
Ihe reportitiK "infinitely su-
to Heiifer'.."
w announcement undoublodly
be well received through the
bean since Cozier .ravelled
Uively in the area as llon-
Serreury ..[the Press Assa-
il which his eforts have done
to sustain.
.By Cable)
>ni"'i'a Injured
Car Accident
NEW YORK, Jan. 14
bw Camera, former II. avy-
Bt Boxing Champion and noiv
Ktler, was injured in n road
near Casey. Iowa, yaatl
I Ha car collided with a
law
men suffered a deop gash on
-Renter.
Sports EdUot oi Ik* "Loneoahln
Evanlng Poat"
fuel ihat Britain's thor-
irad horses are still widely
acknowledged to be .he hi .
Id has boon emphasised a.
allI the principal sales in 1949.
bloodstock of .he highes.
quality wag on offer there was
Ck of bidder, and the good
prices realised surprised those
who had feared a partial slum-,
Man;, colls went overseas and
notable purchase of a horse thai
loved its class was
brllllanl Royal Fores, to I
owner in Argentina.
The list of winning sires for
[ho 1949 season reveals again
that blood not only counts but
lasts Sire of 39 horse, promi-
nent during the season was Near-
.... sired in 1935 by lhat great
Pharos Nearoo's pro-
geny won 48 race., the highest
total credited to any sire, and
netted prize money amounting
to 52.500 for their owners, the
season's record sum. In 1948
Neorcos progeny earned C49.0OO
and in 1947 30.000.
A significant feature of the
1949 figurei was that two of
What makes you ihink
Sir Stafford'. May had
rfp For Tourists
fMl Oh Own i'arre>Mit*l*"li
KINGSTON, (By Mail),
effort is to he made lo rim-
tbe arrangements concern-
^aM* admission of tourist cars
be licensins of tourists.
I lome lime past M-presenta-
jiWfet bten made to Govern-
ithat the laws and regulii-
fovernink' the admission of
Mrs and the linnsiiia of
rBM aa drivers, have been
rhfft cumbersome, causing
amount of difficulties to the
V and (hat the minimisins
aa* conditions would have n
table effect on the island's
traffic,
OmbtTIIItTt- ||;|>
hundrea and eigbty pupils
CombermiT-' School will
Ihene*" school year when
and secondary schools
Btn on Tuesday At the end
It term Combermere regis-
63L
Wrs, ...... i (JIM to
tuguit 31. i hiDdlng of the school are
completed. in about two
^^Major Noot, Hcadman*er of
Bool told the "Advocate" yes-
the school will be ready
r conveniently to tlie lower
I who were more
d by the damage to the
380 Pupils
*on College ended last
With MB pupils and has
an seven more pupil I.
the St Michael's Girls'
1 recorded 330 but next
111 sons also won large
amounts. N&srullah. foaled in
1940. was third in the list of
winninn sires, with total .it
41,000, compared with 21,000
in the two previous years. Dante.
U impressive winner of the Der-
by as a 1945 three-year-old, fur-
ther demonstrated the value o(
Nearco blood by siring winiui
;n.uiH). This was the
Ant year in which Dante stock
competed. Eight of his offsprins
won 19 races, a highly auspicious
start which is certain to be easily
eclipsed in 1990 and later when
more o. his progeny enter the
lists.
The mngniiicr.it Hyperion, now
19 years old. and a son of the
illustrious Gainsborough, held h
high place among winning sin1?
with a total of 27.000. compared
with 62,000 in the two previous
veai*s. and two of his best known
Stardust (12 years old) and
Own Tudor, a year younger, on-
hnncpd similar distinguished re-
cord*. The progeny of S'
has earned 71.000, and Owen
TudOr*! stock has won 10,000
more. Class, indeed, will tell: the
biggest contributor to the Naam
total was Nimbus, best of th<
194K three-year-olds with tri-
umfJM In botli ttM Derby and the
Two Thousand Guini
Nimbus, b. due time, no doubt,
will add lurtre to the reputation
oi the Pharos-Nearco strain. Chief
honours in the 1940 classic field
Wen shared with Nimbus by the
lilly Musidora. winner of the One
Thousand Guineas and the Oak'
races. They headed the list of
winning horses. Nimbus with
30.000 from four wins and Mu-
sidora with 21.500 from three
wins.
Great Stayer of Distances
Prominent in this list was that
equine idol. Alyrldon, a great
stayer of distances, whose triple
triumph la The Ascot Gold t ip.
Goodwood and Doncaaler Cups
A ir-oM fc1 Two
made Alycidon's prize
mone\ 20.000. To Alyr-i.lon be-
longs the chief credit for arrest-
Ing the challenge of
ftaia* horses. In other yean
since World War II the French
method of producing both speed
and staying power had disturbed
Britain's breeders perhaps more
than they cared to adn 11
Ml
Britain and slightly
BOM n 1B47.
Breeders in Britain pointed out
lhat they needed time to develop
the invincible pre-war comhlnn-
lion of tenacity and
after concent rating on war-UlW
breeding for quick result-, but
en nevertheless hlghl]
;ratilied to find their changed
OOUey so soon promising
The French owners have had then
worse season in England since
1945 with profits cut down from
18 to 34.818. Nineteen for-
ty-nine has not been a good yeai
for racing owing to long lack of
rain and hard courses, but pub-
lic interest has been as great m
ever, proving once again how
deeply rooted the sport nf kings
tl in popular affection.
That great nation of racing in
I'.ntain. the Aga Khan, who jocu-
larly said sf>me time ago he had
too many horses, enjoyed a re-
cord season. He was comfort-
ably at the head of _lhe list of
winning owners with 69.000 won
in 39 races by 19 horses. The
leading contributors to this ng-
uru were those two high class
juveniles, Palestine, winner of
Ihe Gimcrack Stakes and live
other races to the value of 17,-
000. and Diableretta, whose seven
Wtni earned 12.000. These colts-
look the popular fancy more than
any others, and as with Musi-
dora their success proved the
value of fine blood. Musidora won
more money than any other lllly.
Iteming Sceptre's record winnings
of 23,000 which had stood since
1902. This filly was sired by
Nasrullah, a son of Nearco. Pal-
- sire in the famous Fair
Trial, and Diableretta is -he Tlrit
of Dante's coltsNearco again
o achieve real distinction.
The Derby Stable
The Aga Khan's winniiigs com-
fortably beat his previous best
figure of 65,000 in 1934, and his
gSrogafa has been surpassed
only once in the history of the
turf in Britain, by the Duke .(
Portland 60 years ago with 74.-
000. In the last 20 years the Aga
Khan has missed his present dis-
tinction only ton times. He was
winning owner in 1924.
The scroll of honour as owner
and breeder would not be com-
plete without the inclusion of
the Derby family which has done
more than any other lo establish
and build the great reputation of
Britain's turf history. The Earl
of Derby was the second highest
Winning owner with 35.000.
mainly due to the triumphs of
the gallant Alycidon. The young
Earl's late father's stud gave him
0d place to the Aga Khan In
the luff of winning breeders.
In I review Of the
which is both highly competitive
and -itrenuous for a Jockey. Gor-
don Richards proved his superi-
ority over his *ontompotariea,
iven at the age or 45. by again
finishing as leading jockey. His
ilUMn failed by only eight
to e-jual his record of 1947
he was the champion jockey foi
the 22nd time. During his 28
years' riding this great sports-
man has ridden 3.966 wiluW
truly wonderful record.
LONDON, Jan. 14.
Liverpool lost their position al
the head of the First D.>
da> when they were beaten 30
by Bolton at Bolton. Manchester
0 home victory
over Chelsea take the l*ad 1
tue of their batter goal average.
points. Liv-
erpool, who have their lead since
November 5. were three down at
Lame They fought back but
failed lo get aaa quarter. Both
.">ol and Manchester United
laved 26 games. Blackpool
in third place strengthened their
chances with a 10 home win
Villa while Wolver-
harr.pton lost ground, being beaten
at MiddtesbroiiKh 2n. port-
mouth with a 21 win over
D take fourth place Toten-
ham also lost their unbeaten away
record to Leeds United, who won
30. It was the first time this
. Totenham failed to score.
They still lend the second division
by 10 points. Sheffield Wednesday
Who lost to Plymouth -12 fol-
lowing with thirty-four points.
Football Results
1COTT.SH lTACU'E IMVISION A
Atwntetfi 4, Celtic 0. Cl\d^ 1 D "i 1. Tt-'rd I*nir* 0 Mother
*.*ll 0. I'.lrirk ThlUe 3 OjtHHN
Hibernian l Rjith I'
n Kitngrr* 3. Fallfk 0 Stir-
l. Emu Fife 1
DrvtaeoM w wo** *
Air.leitc 2 Ariwath I. sr MtrvrtofM
Ayr t'mt.'i 4. Dumbarton 2 DMrdsn-
beath 3. Hamll'on Ac-mown.i, 2 Dun-
tw UCttaSa. I, fhiiia
1 Airtneoniran" o g. .,
1. Kiimamock 3 Steiihoaawni'iir 1. For-
for AihMte I.
nRST DIVISION: Ar.eii.il I lliiddfrr
feu Ton 0. Briminaham CM3 I Sun
taerLand i. Biackpool I. Aitu" Villa 0.
BulUm Wander*- 3 lJverpol - I>crl>>
Count' |, ilumlev I r.\rria\ 1. POrtt-
mouih 1. -Ulhan> I. Mancheitn CfU
MancheMrr L'mtea 1. Cnelsr.. I Midair
broush 1 Wotv.-riuamplon Waivdvrera
NexaIta UnltnC I, OwrlloB AlhUrtic 0
Weil Bron.ii.ic4. 0. Stoke City 0.
SECOND DIVISION BornilCry 1
Orlmabv 2. Blackoum Rovrt* J, l-eK-e-
MrCili r> Bltmt.orS 1. Bradfoin B CBC*
dill Cll* 1. Bury 0 Covwtrv City ^,
PreMfui NertH Bnd 0. Hull Cll) I. Choa-
terfleld 0 ;ed* United 3. Tottenham Hot-
spur O l.utton Tot. 1. Qtiaen* Ptwr
Ranfer- . Sheffield W#*naaday 1. P1>
mouni A.Kvle 4. Soulhonipton 1. Swan-
a Tw- I'nited o She(-
ileld United 0.
THIRD DtVlB'OM SOt'TllW.N Brtith
Ion S. Newport County o. in^n.( .'ity 1
Briatol flover* 2 Bxtcr City 1. l*ytor.
Orient 1 lpaw.c>> Town 2. Readlns 0
MlHwaU 1. NoniampWi Town ). NnUi
County 0, Cryalil Palace I Port Vak* X
VV.aford Sou Mi fid United 1
mouth o. Swindon Town o. N'ottinsham
PBfat 5. Torquav Unltrd t. Alderahot 0.
Walaall 1. Norwich City 1
-H-ii"f
JAN 8. NO. 102
The Topic
of
Last Week
De Gasperi
Will Form
6th Cabinet
nOMR. Jan. 14.
President Luiri Einoudi today
charged Christian Democrat
leader Alcide De Gasperi with the
formation of a new Government.
This will be the sixth peat-war
Cabinet, headed by the (iii-
old De Gasperi. Ho resigned us
Premier two days Jifco to reform
the Cabinet.
Signor De Gasperi will t;ni
consultations with political lead-
ers immediately, hut names of the
new Cabinet are not expected
until next week.
After two days of political coo-
sultatiuii*. wliiih Hiinaxed Hie
Government':; three months' >Ld
crisis, President Kiiuuuii sunimon-
od Signor De Ouperl to t he
Quirinal Palate this morning for
formal acceptance of his Govern-
ment's resignation, and to nsk
him to form a new Cabinet.
Earlier to-day, President
Eiiuiudi had called on veteran
Italian statesman, 79-year-old ex-
Premier Vitoria Emanuele Or-
lando, lying >,ick at his home, for
the last of his consul tat ions be-
ritrustlng the Government
nine more to Signor De Gasperi.
-eater.
-
And both ..i ti> *
To vote. *o we went doun
Well our inu.i Tom>".. '
a -co m ih* Maw,
Whan tne
He BBlni
Coosrata to all Mille.
. IMp nil- ...
Down ... St. Mtchaei ..
Hell aane u. MUM
But Friday night, boy.. .
* on* oil lni."i tuahi
When Molt ley and the
Start Bring inx and u|h(
You know well In Buthacloa
Crowded with man to -par*
Thne i room tar unoi -.
Tn: anoUar Union hare
So crowd* of Bij.ii. faihvied
Prom town and CoHBl
And they paid (real altontion
To hear ihla Unto,., vtaw
tvai jm a*
mssi i las ig .
And boy* thu U i a
Tt* cannon. Mmi4y roai
DkHa
They mad* u vsty ilw
Are not nccaptlns workara
From no other union hare
You pay un cent* or rUna cenbt
What aver you asssaaa
And when you are not u-orklns
Voull net j pine ( etJMkfi
The Caribbean Union Council

So all the Union benefit*
Will coma to you .nd ma.
Each mambar ii he cam to
Om tak* a careful look
To at* that evory panny
It lefitlerad in the book.
On* Union haa Ihi. siosan
Reciung now ,>nd than
"The merchant- Kot the money
But "wa" union utM th.-
Tha Carlobaait hat ihu Slogan
It rrpreaanta great and -mall
**A aquare deal for (he worker*
An honr-t deal
So boya you better )oln up.
Not thoar whott ure lit the n
The Caribbean ha* n clean >h*et
To restate. iha r*at".
Joe turned to Comrade nobert
And aald< thai la my |r|gaj
The Caribbean HMura1 UssM
I* the better ot the Iwo.
V-
USED ^
TO WAKE
FEELING
TIRED
When
Colds
strike
Wh.it .i bad start for a
day's work if you wak-
up feellnir tired and
list leu*, instead of being
itrlak sod full of en*rtv.
One woman who can
appreciate ths dlfferenco from
her own experience, writes t<
us :
"Before rasflr.K* Krusohen,
alwajB used to wake in th-
mornlns feellnc very tired. No*
1 have lost all that tiredness am:
I wake feellDK fall of enemy
Krunehen has made mo feel year*)
I also suffered wit I
rh-uraatlc pains in my shoulder
and swellings round my ankloa
I am now completely cured ol
these pains and swellings. 1 tak
Itrusohen Salt" ifgaiarly anrt
tannot npeak too iiuiiiy of it.'
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waste materials are expelled anc.
the pains of rheumatism cease
And aa you contlnuo with Km
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Kruschen is obtainable from all
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to bring the temperature down But best
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latigue ihat so often accompanies colds
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
JlUUI.ll IUl\R,
MtlT t bj Tbt MncM a. US. H eroea . BrWflowi
Sunday. January l.V I'1"11
Broken Promises
IN SPITE of Lord Treigame's recent
mat that the number ol undertakings
approved by the Colonial Development
Corporation and fully operational m
nber last was 28 with a capital com-
mitment of 14.500,00^ and the recent
announcement that C.D.C. have success-
fully negotiated for a concession of 500
square miles of forests in British Guiana,
yet there is still dissatisfaction at the pro-
gress made, and the opinion is expressed
freely that little is being done for the
countries of the Caribbean.
The man in the street, as well as the more
educated is becoming more and more de-
spondent. And now the Bishop Designate
of Trinidad is the latest recruit to those
who a.c warning the Colonial Office and
the respective Governments of the various
territories that patience is being exhausted.
Writing of the frustration experienced in
British Honduras, the Bishop gives an im-
pressive list of the commissions, technical
.specialists and high ranking civil servants
who have visited the colony, and of the
kindly promises made and schemes put
forward which foundered before they were
put into operation. "There is something
wrong with our methods of Crown Colony
Government," writes the Bishop! "It is
not the man, either in the Colonial Office
or the Colony, it is the method It is the
interminable delay and reports, the visits
of the highly paid experts, and the deci-
sions that are taken with little reference
to the moral and human needs of the
individuals that live in the colony,
which are completely frustrating." The
Bishop points out that the people of British
Honduras have time and again protested
then- unswerving loyalty to the British
Crown in the face of claims of the neigh-
bouring Republic of Guatemala.
That there can be no moral justification
for holding huge areas of undeveloped
land unless they are to be used for the
: of the inhabitants and of any Bnt-
tUera who will help i'i the op< i
up n[ these virgin : l MBtfment
that will be subscribed to by most
Indian., who are now ek.'ing out a prei-ari-
m overcrowded islands from
1 is little proM
' n of prosperity.
The countries around the Caribbean
11'ised their doors to West Indians
and they are unwanted In the Dominican
and in the United States of America. For
over thirty years they have t .
up by promises of a new Eldorado in Brit-
uana. And alter the condemns weie
I tal i .ms or
who were i;iven priority of settle-
.iin had reas i
when
published. But at
< ai which I

miles
conci- it will bo
i fen eppreciabli
will he leaving Jamei*
Barbados and the ot]
is for the South American CohM
to dil 'ies show that the rale
in the population in these
h and that i
outlet then will sum come a
hen it will be beyond all human
I ven the oan
I the dense populal
Wh 'he original
Report stiiiiu
tn.it British Honduras would, within a
' able tune, be able t" absorb
excess population, riut now that
i M a personage than the Bishop ol
Miras has confirmed the opinion that
i lv inactivity
raged in the Central American
y, II may bt ai we'll lot
1 I iven men- to take heed of the
anting that "noi : uh.it
results poverfa and Buffering an
ii of spirit of a frustrated people
may 1
while failure to implement ...
brought down bitter criticisms oi thi
"r ''- .nd the Colonial Office it
dm not stir up the feeling ol resentment
which devaluation of the British H,.t;
dollar and the utter disregard of the prorr-
- ade by the Ministry of Food to tie
i Sugar producers have man-
accomplish almost over-night.
i ling was devalued the pos'tion
of British Honduras, whose currency had
been linked for generations with that of
the United care-
fullv .nd special concessions
i d to the currency of the
thin three months the i
and the promises
people of Honduras were over-ridden and
forgotten, and in spite of protestations and
lid vole of the unofficial members of
the Legislature the special powers ol the
Governor were invoked to devalue the
dollar.
These two incidents, coming so close
together, have had a shattering effect on
the faith which the peoples of the Carib-
bean formerly placed in the integrity of
the Government of the United Kingdom.
It is this faith and knowledge that a prom-
ise was as good as a bond that has linked
the countries of the Commonwealth. If
this faith is lost then anything may hap-
pen.
The West Indian may be classified
among the backward peoples of the world,
but he needs no dose of British culture nor
extra-mural educational courses to make
him realize that he is being used as a politi-
cal pawn. Neither West Indians nor other
Colonials, whether from Mauritius, Africa
or Fiji, will be prepared to continue in
voluntary association with a Common-
wealth in which Ministerial Departments
are more concerned with the cost of sugar
on the breakfast table of the British house-
wife than Ha very existence of a colonial.
And the fact that they suspect that after
the election the same Government if return-
ed may reverse their latest decisions, and
throw overboard the promises made to the
:i electors, makes them even more
mo precarious position of the
If the confidence of the colonial is to
must be done
i remove colonial affairs
from the sphere of internal political can)-
:i the United Kingdom.
C prepared to be sacrificed
on the altar of full employment for the
people of Britain.
OIK HKAOEHS SAY.
i.ni" More I 'mil
'AY" must lie ranked
among the major progressive features
ultural Department
with,:' as a natural
iiv 'i, the District Agricultural
Statit meeting in
then Farmers'
lltural information
btained free were
ted by peasants, and to-
Day" in the parishes is
i i forward to by peasants, small
holders and all who have interests in the
thing of interest
and value to be acquired at
ti 'lit show at
Grow : on to the general
TI i ad lor fruit cultivation cannot
Ai
iltural lands
or eo mimic crop
ere is no likelihood that I;
fruit to supply the needs of I
with little effort,
i" ni..i'i within the .
Il now
iporting 'fruit from the
'"" coloi And. even if
ll"1' ' ply of
home-grown fruit wou
V,K t^U.OOO
""itii oi trull i. brought into tin. .
annually pan of this frull
lea St V:io
id, witii si Lui I
i me., ranking aa the chief suppliers.
1 i at and
also supply smHll quall-
uties of tii, fruit landed
'.on of flint, few in Bar-
njoy the luxury because freight
i. rough dama
th. i
houae-
. d follow th,' advice of the
hire, then t!,
I,.. | ... ... |
appreciable fruit crop which
WOUld go a long way to ensure that more
.' ito tin heeltb-
giving vitamins contained in fruit juices
Zilliboy Shinbag

"I'm eerj
the Party
hurt mr 'wijl T'O* dewted service tu
. laith in lhe PffuM AimiHfi if iusi a tittle
dimmed ..."
' It- ali **r> well to snipe ""'
gruff at The Right Road for
ttrltain,' !.. ft'l full ot thins*
in? Socialin mi*1' I be f>ow(t of."
TOOLS
SMOOTH PLANES
RAPIER Pl-ANtS a PLAN! IKONS
STANLEY CHISELS t SCREWDRIVERS
SPuKESI: '
BAND DRILLS
SLIDING T BKvsXS
OILSTONES
TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS
BACK & COMPASS SAWS
MASON TROWELS
TINMEN'S SNIPS

and many other Items to Intereil rood Cratum,.
SELECT Tllr'M HUIl
WILKINSON & HAVNES CO, LTD., Successor,I,
C.S. PITCHER & CCX LTD,
Phones: 4472 & 4687
. Meerineo/rhrCcntral ^-^ f.
Fabian Society I'm V-y-yei. M-M-Morfan I'hillipi v*iiu.o<
with Mr. Butler ai the .. yy-ye. ecccerralnly. . "
"NoI can't come to the xi
ordinary Meerine of thrCeni
Londoi
dining
Carllon Clue.
Sitting on the Fence
Hv Villiaim-I f.iilili.us
ARGUMENT ;ibuul whether
January 1 marks the 49th or 50th
yir of the 20th century doesn't
matter to me. All I know is thai
1 have lived through it all and
didn't like any of it.
Here are the low spots of my
life starting at the beginning of
the century:
About 1900. Aged about six.
row of cheering in
streets of London. It was relief
I KuMring, Didn't like the
noise. Cried and was taken
home.
1M1. Went to ichool. Punched
and kicked by bigger boys.
Didn't like it. Cried and was
I tome.
1911. Got a job. Didn't like it.
Nc.irly cried. Went home.

1911 Enlisted In Army. Didn't
like it. Too old to cry. Couldn't
ga home.
1915. Went to France. Didnt
like it Sick. Invalided home.
1919. Released from Army. Cot
a Job. Didnt like It. No use
.Mm* Money to take home.
1921. nrtd. Didn't cry, but went
home.
1912 Cor another Job. Didn't like
it (.lot married. First quarrel.
Didn't like It Nearly Cried
Nearly went DOOM,
1923-29. Working aa reporter.
Didn't like it. Reporters too
tough to cry W.nt home when
I tould

1930. Started tunny coln,
laughed. Nearl-. erle *
Went I
1939 War. Didnt like It. Munich
kM anybody cry.
Went home.
1940 Bomb*. Didnt like them.
Hemi i, u d Didn't like it.
But nothing to cry about. Could
always go h'linc.
194.J. Peace. Didnt hk,- it iiuiiun-
iii: eontiiuK.i. Didn't lik, it. In-
IOBM tax Didn't like it. Felt
like crjrtni Went home.
1944 I 9ft Surrey .Vest jar Sea
',i ' Wdn LUu mi Don't like
9M now. Shall never like aea.
.. u*c "y'oK Sea is home.
1949 .unfed to join Special Con-
. slabulary 'in cate." What''
Anothar war? Another uni-
focm? Didn't like it. Felt like
Went hOBM
One Good Heed
Kh/abeth. South Africt,
one good deed a dav .. |,,
formed by local scoutmasters
who sit in with i.ihK srlvao
wbila their husbands
with the boys. There l, r.o
charge.
Vpi if ft u in .. scoutnuitor
have to sit right at the

Fm qin'c coiu/ortable here,
thank
mi end.
Isn t that nicer?
Well, yes. in a wayt
You don't sound very enthusi-
astic.
Oh. yes, I am. But one has to
remember one's a scoutmaster.
But scoutmasters do the most
terrible things. I've read about
them.
There are bfack sheep in every
fold.
I simply adore black sheep.
What's that badge for? Making
Ares out of little bits of flint?
Yes.
And that one?
Good conduct.
Don't move back any further.
You'll fall over the edge. Shall
I tell your fortune?
Why, yes. Of course.
To-night you're going to lose
ana badge and win another.
Am n
You're going to lose your good
conduct badge. How do you like
that?
Well . .
And win a badge for starting
another little Arc. Do you know
where?
Really. Mrs. Bracegirdle.
A little Are in my heart. Shall
I tell you something else?
You'd better not. 1 fhouyht /
heard a key in the front door.
Oo's got black stu
has.
..Oh, hello, Braeeyirdle. Had a
yon1 time?
Yes. Have you?
In ih.- Club
"WF.I.i what's going to happen
now
"About what?"
"The Government. I suppose
yOU think the ConservaliM
going to win the election?
"No. I dent"
"Because if you do you're
wrong. The Socialists will get In
wttb I majority of at least 100,
if you ask me."
"I didn't ask you."
"After all. who beiietlta by
Socialism? Not the people with
initiative and brains, but UM
people with no initiative and just
enough brains to see when it's
I oil;..* s Thought
rVWV TRAIT ol beauty
may be leteired to
some virtue, as to inno-
cence, candor, generosity.
modesty, ot hetoism.
ST. PIERRE
'^\THAT a man does, not
"vWiat he teels, (Junta
or believes, if the uni-
versal yardstick ot be-
haviour.
ENJAMIN C. LEEMINC
I ihoutd hi* it to be clearly
understood that 1 ihink Mr.
rtv Is Che greatest P.M. I
Mr. l.,lad>tone, a finer orator
than Mr.Churchill, [he Im'lifK
Human dynamo tincc Niipiilcon
and l'otte*.tei (he orgumiinr
Cfniuf of H*nr Ford."
ENJOY I ill si
I
SIXF.CT THEM EARLY!
SLICED BACONper lb.........................
SALAMI SAUSAGEper lb.......................
DANISH CHICKFN' BROTH -per -.in .............
DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGESper tin........,
DANISH HAM- iper tin ..........J
FRAY BENTOS TOMATO SOUPper tin .......
VITONEper tin ......................
PINEAPPLE JAM '2 lb tin.....................
EVAPORATED MUXper tin .................
per tin .........................,,
SWIFT'S LUNCHEON BEEFir tin .......,
NESPRAY:'.i-- lb tin
Lrviro Eipress dervi
time to go home. And who's in
the majority?''
"I don't know."
"People without brains have al-
wnys been in the majority and
always will be. Otherwise there
wouldn't be enough workers to
go round."
Wouldnt there?''
"So it stands to reason if the
majority beneAts by Socialism the
majority will vote for Socialism.
And you cant tell me any differ-
ent."'
"I'm not trying to."
'They've got enough brains for
tha'. but not enough to see any
further. Perhaps you can tell me
what's going to hrfppen when
B no more rich to soak
and no more high incomes to tax?"
"No. 1 can't,"
-Well. PD tell you. I* the
workers want all their free bene-
fits without our help they'll have
to pay double the taxes they're
paying now Then there's going
to be trouble."
"Is there?"
"Strikes, riots, civil war. And
what then""
"No idea'
"Communism. Stalin kBOW9
how to deal with workers arbo
cause trouble."
"Does he?"
"I warn you 1950s going to be
worse than the last five fom put
together. For the workers, into
the factory, or else. For us
Think as they think, or else. For
the country, poverty. ruin,
boot, Eiui. Happy New
Year to you."
"Same to you"
Old Saws KiKhl
Dr. V
of physic .
reached the conclusion that
many old proverbs predicting
the weather are meteorologi-
cally Mniud.
Among rtUabta OOOI are:
MCvanliU] ied. morning
^11 help thu travellci
on his an
"Rain before seven, flne
before aotvan."
SOME ol iwi in this
part of the world are equally re-
liable about health.
In January pond is fa-Ogfl
In February blow your nose.
h March be mild with showers of
rain.
In April blow jiour nose acain.
May blossom heavy hung with
moWi
Go to bed, and blow, blow, blow.
II in June east minds do /reeze.
All July you'll hack and sneeze.
Cold wind in August and Sep-
tember,
Cough, cough, cough all through
November.
December snow, December cheer.
Doctor calls throuohout New Year
LXS.
Arid Remember to
order the Famous
VOIK.XDE h.xe
HIM
"Good lo Ihe last drop."
SfANSFElD.SfOnt&ji
W.W.W.-.v.-.V.y,.,,,^,,,.^
IIOYAHDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER--it pkn
yi'EEN olives per bi.i
TOMATO KF.TiiiiT per bot .......
IIOLLOWAY'S OIN 1I.T Iwi .
DRAMBINEbl bol
,fA?VE.Y'S BR'ST HARVEY'S HUNTING lORT-wr Iwl....^..
PREPARE EOR THE COOL
NIGHTS WITH
WARM
BLANKETS
New in Slock . .
WHITNEY ALL-WOOL BLANKETS (Size: 60" xT)
Colours: Pink, Gold and Fawa at $9.1
White at $1.21)
COTTON BLANKETS (Sizes: 70" x SO") at Jl
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
StttW isggMairaaj I r |lll|ro^m'iil* In Si. .lames
'^S i ..... tUUUn. a mo. He wen, on to m.Uce re- n.
Ihe piri>h would receive hi. t- 1 , To Tl" td""'. The Adiwate.
Ihe ('I A ., sin. -i ,h..ui,i Uka to My lr|-
:..|...l,-nu S.Searle. 2!xL,a?l,f '" '' modeelysnd
taUon and appolnimeVu ,,r, I < oTrour MWSBaDK .mJohnClo,!-
laue or
Iron, him i.l The insisht at the rdk
ii Mipply ablc^.'""' '"''ommil to paper Ihe
plorcri should d.. ^" '"" '' lh ""a for "" which to to make up the
' set the bett rnaUrial1 tor ",1*,nLy [;' Us should be "J2 snd 'n " case of God-
money, u thT men an, nd J?? H* wWch m,kc '"
* "ull ^ or Dill, ,.., Sr -. '"""?"
ijDS
1 MASKE
1920. lie went on to make re-
cords and in being appointed C-p-
t.ii.i ut Um West Indies Veam at
his age i yet another record.
In future Barney Millar, for it
Is he to whom 1 now pay tribute
should give followers of the game
the benefit of hi* background
gained as a schoolboy watching
the giants play at the Ba>.
OLD STAGER.
Damgorou*
To The Editor. I 0
SIRA few weeks go a coire-
i in your Evening Edition
tnadt manttoa of the breaking of
the surface of the Goodland Road
to laj* water mains after that
road had been resurfaced.
I should like to mention that it
would have been wise on the part
of the Transport and High
Department to put signs at either
entrance to this road now that it
is blocked several hours during
the day.
It is a populai h
ing by nearly a n-.:|.
from Block Rock to sBrtsk*rte**n
I motorists \.m
find that after traversing half the
distance one has to tuin back be-
II of the narrow road is
r boom lorry laden with
goods is parked.
A similar experience brought
public dissatisfaction when the
Chamberlain Bridge used to be
swung without any notice ot the
' Hay Street ca
had to make a detour
through Fairchild Street to come
out about fifty yards away near
the triangle The public deserve*
h i .tton,
MOTORIST
*< To The Editor, The Adrocaie
SIR.With ti..
few; Theatre buses are in the
habit of taking off before the pic-
htn md
There are a few of the patrons
who have got so accustomed to

the theatre be'
''
buses.
Cannot the Transport Depart.
TtmrtaHiai
aires to
scheduled times.
OPERATOR.
minx tor invi to hklm
LAR SIP OF
GOLD BRAID RliM
'The All Purpose Liquor"
'***tf*'*WA&W
Liquor
UU.l........**^|


gMMT, .lAML'ARY 15. 19*1
LOCAL NEWS
Best Flour
In The World
THE hard "heal flour Canada
,, -rodurliuj today is the best .n
L world and they
* to keep the West Indie.
*, ."> ; Mr S,ra,uis-
55-trr of nn and manula--
*SStt Hor and stock teed told
ST-Advocat.'' ,."'"">
r Strauss came in yesteraay
_Li* bv atr via Havana.
SSL and Trinidad on a .hort
2TS business combine with
IKLre He was accompanie.1
gHu, wile and they are staying
at the Hastings Hotel.
* that In spite of all the
^atailllM In connection with
jKind supply, they had kept
"Tr .lelivenes to the West
iiMf UKl hoped that they would
IIHlile to do so in the future.
*The outlook for 1950 as far as
lama- conditions were coo-
led could be considered as
ZTcanada today is a country
Sell had developed a lot of new
t^aanes and industnos and had
|J2e an excellent name for their
''SSrlwpulation was normally
urntsng and they believed that
So, work. Initiative and good
-anagement. they could maintain
prosperity for years to come.
Like most other countries be-
d thf United States. Canada
waTilsoaHected with the shortage
a US. dollars and personally, he
Jaoetary complications would be
ntUeved that sooner or later, those
overcome.
276 Workmen
Repair Roads
The Department of Highways
god Transport carry a staff oi
fit worlonen to maintain th
roads under their control
throughout the Island.
The workmen's chief duties
comprise of patching put-holes
and clearing drains and water-
courses in the country districts.
The Openings in roads are
Bide daily by utility companies
picfa as the Gas. and Electric
Companies and the Water Works
Department. The repairs of
these openings will be done by
the workmen.
Maintenance of the road means
keeping the surface true to.shape, was admitted to the General tor h7>~Canadi'a,,"borT wit'e ",','
Tils Is done by an application Hospital in an unconscious state aecomDanied him n iki .
i, colas and a suitable gravel, after he was involved in an ac- ^her n. vis "' "
The degree of maintenance cident on Bay Street in the "
Itquired on any partirular road vicinity of the Gas Co.. with the Thcv are guests at the ""-
fcpends on the amount of trafflc motor car M1094 yesterday Hotel and when the advocate
Kst makes us. of the road Those morning about 7.50. reporter and camera man visit"
r*L^ JK^WK! PrMCO'1 w"s rM"< 'hbicyc'" "harmZ":,,
m t maintenance than the P-831. He was detained for S!STS2!??f?:-^0y,l."h9."
slNDAV ADVOCATi:
PAGE
Senior Scouts Blaze Trail
The lad,
:'- irbMi i
Hgarettcs in boxes.
Giant Tree
May Be 70
TrooThLJ'.Ii S"""") Senior as they are seen "on vhe market"
IN the ground, of the British dunn. the ." '"."" P ,ra" From ,h're "*>" vis"1 the Coo-
Councll at "Wakefleld," there is a off ',.,,0 ?"' wwk To nW> "*' Factory, but unfortunately.
tree that may well be seventy deeiked It.^n^e".*wk"",2 ""* Th-v"'"" I
years old and which mav well live in. activities ,nJ ^TS *" P"V^ "-*'
f the 10th B'dos (First from Canada t
Sea Scoutal
The tree is a Baobab Tree, other- Needban
unfortuna.ety.
was not in operation
ever shown arouni
-.crseer who explainer.
n, how die concrete blocks are made
ut the The Rovers enloyed this .-ami
wto, k, ut am "ovets enjoyed this cam,
J* ** ,- "1 o ^"\J"nch'T'T1' "d ex',rrsT
the age It srumtii, I I MI.4Y ltT loneJr "** '" "''
also for the girth uf its trunk the s'wedui. -r-i-i 'on ...
This particular tree at the British Ship ''SunrZn"^h* ha. been Th 1Keh'"rsl
OouneU bear, among word., some 'n Carlisle Bay for the Slst iSI! .k 55 ^ rehMrs' <'
of which arc indecipherable, the * They rowed ouTl,, it. k^ %"*><" be carried out a'
word. Mardi Huts-and the llgure "Sunbeam- from th^ Harbour eirfuth iy. ^ *i?ed b ""
1880". Whether that mean, that P"ce Jetty , ,hlr ow^"-^ d^tlW,1en' Ulf";2n ur>
it wa. planted in 1880 seem, to be * "Arlkr and were .ho* HeadouTrSl SLV, 4J2 MJCW>
.. go*, a guess as an, 9&t&g 2M"? S ^SSTsS^ISSi. Tr'
Tile Uaobab Tree is .1 nalive ,.t about Cole's cave Thereuno1 ?h Thursday evening Dili
Africa, and is also well established scouts offered to take Hnw.it .w ""' lnclemcnt
in Ceylon wnere it was introduced see the cave and so an exnedlim 5. w!i scan,y ,urnout
by Arab Traders. The trunk was arranged for next StTa ? S?UU, ,V'"""" P' ke .
sometimes atuins a girth of 70 leaving the ship me scouts Dal I? & ""' proc,lJ *"* < ther
feet, and there are specimens sup- "short visit to Pelican Island and iSth 1..'. " T1,urtdav "*'
poaed to be more than 11 thousand then returned to their moorings Thfl n ,.
years old. It bears a pulpv fruit " the HP. Jetiy. This visit to .w "'" f1"0 "^ Practice fo
from which a drink is'iniTie. .,,,1 I'-l...,,, "as on instrJetlon, given tall*.0."'" 8*^'M 'S " """"
the dried IMTO are sometimes ,bv ap Reference to scout S Serif?" B1h "' ,,<''"""r"''-
I. frev Rudder who ~i^l_ Heckles Road.
'.v,..v.-.v,-,-,v/.v/.w,r.-.ww//,v.v,v.
the
eaten.
According
(tomorrow) at 5.00
narti
Monday next
1 curs
Ago
a,,ro,ne1 2S5. SSS.""" '" 'he "^^^'
Count Found Barbados
Gift Coins In U.K.
fS2rt!"lVcnt' USA' a"d his wifp and ho. are vcr^
interestetl in Ihe raising uf Welsh Corgi dogs.
Cyclist Injured
Barbede* Advocate. Jan. 15. 12;
Tn. Ueneral lleaplul
The regular monthly meeting o
the House committee of lb.
General Hospital was held at noo.
yesterday. There were presen
the Laird Bishop (Chairman), lion
he Encyclopedia JJ" } Brittanica, the trunks 01 the*, gj '".v Badges.
trees sometimes reach a g.tlh of w">"t8DAV UTH.
70 feet, and it is one of the largest Vlslted Cole's cave and had a
specimens of trees known. It I1 |"terestlng odventure explor-
bears a large woody fruit, and the " ,. distance of nearly a
bark yields a strong fibre which "J'nh. ,n*n'v ,ub"rranean
can be made into rope or woven TOiToiEi^ .'_____
Into cloth. VR,SA, 1TH. .M ,.,.
The name of the genus kmZ' 'iS.?S5' *' Y M c A
"S* -=-' dprBr^ SI Joh"'s *- ^RS5v p^s.Cc
Queen's P.ri, ,i. h..<. J:>CLM '.^ 3~OT" Aerodrom. Thome, M.C.P., and E. B. Skeete
tiSSfoi*? b"". the Meteorological Inscru- M-C.P.
uaobab Tree. ,/ menu. The Airport Manager Dr. R. Htuy. Senior Resident
Mr. Bancroft kindly gave per- Surgeon was in attendance,
mission to see the instruments and The minutes of the previou:
to have a general ur of the meeting having been circulated
V.T; "T '" 'harge of they were taken as rea,
the Meteorological StationMr. Armed.
SJ?",..!. ""a JOb showin lh<- A letter was read from tin
hSn L.^i.i?" "TT" 1 " Colon'' Secretary statins that IX
ZZLm'^SS*. ,Ud "' thelr nM been directed to inform th!
The greatest oMeh of fish re- P^-, Jhta tour wa? one of Board that the Commissioner .,
-..-.'.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.
HARRISON'S-broad st.

CROP SEASON
REQUISITES
AT
ROCKBOTTOM PRICES.
' SHOVELS
BUCKETS
CANE BILLS
CUTLASSES
PLANT
KNIVES
BAG NEEDLES
AND
1,000 Pounds
Flying Fish
corded In the Public .
.11.-
coins. stamps, porcelain and
antiques. He visited Bal
lor the first time eleven vmi.
..B5"!eJ_P?.!fod..0'.. S,'ph"i". '.'* -nd this I, hi; seTond SSu.
SL^SLsr^ fflr-5 ^x:;r~ s^jHSsSS SSBlWJBS!
Flving fish w- brought in. Bjl* ft^tiS SSS."* K ^ ^ "^ '
A reasonable amount of flah IDAY 1STI!.
liassed through the market last " Friday at 5.00 p.m. an "Ad-
week. On Monday nearly 500 vancement Ceremony" was held
lbs., of flying ush and over 300 a> ,tu'ir Headquarters when two
lbs., of dolphin were brought in. scouls pf th Junior Troop were
Over 140 lbs., of shark were advanced and received into the>
treated at The ;
Montserrat Government.
|'||;mi\m
Mr. Grantley Adaint.. BA Btf-
rister-at-I-aw. arrived Ik ; i
day from Trinidail liy tba SS
also on sale m tht in;nkc! on Junior Troop. They are: Patrol !'Cr>!"Mfi*i''l,n?vinK U'(t '
that day. Tuesday saw nearly Leaders- Noel W. Smith and Noel
300 lbs., of dolphin and small Clarke.
by the C.G.T. line. He wu H.u
bados Scholar, in 1B18. and l.-ft
cjuanlity of shark on
Mba
Ih t arlisl. Hut
Of POUT-Vawl Pimck. Am Kclrn
iklir. fch Molly N Joan, Sell
knuiu, Yachl Mu>, Yawl Stite<
lit., Sch. Mor>- M. I*i. Sli
Hi Sroil. Sch. Frsiict* W. Sn.ilh.
L Hit Bell* WoLi. s.(
OSMon. Sch Rriuwald N .W..1U..
I Mw.i..... H ... ii..
Baitiitrtlw Jiuiiii**". YikI
. IsOWf*, M V
9rii Erukavixir W B
I 4 Rio Afi.r.i
KL.
ARRIVAI.H
,SS N. O. HoitniM, 4.3W ton* Ml
Capl. Kvalualand, front Corpii" Chri>lt
AjMttti PI intastOM Mci.
S S Coplnuy. UO tons nH. Capt
Walt*, from Cape d* Vmlf.
nci-AKri Mr*
PrSMCSI W. Sknilti. 74 ton* iw-1
.....na. A|tiit<
Vlii".!' '(wlirr" Avwxialton
Schooner Philip H. Davldtoii, 87 ton.
:. <'..pt. S..I'.. tor llr.t,
AMitUi Schooner Owner. Aaaockatlon
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
CaUt ind WlrMcw Writ Indlr*. l.id N-ti, Valary. ss jliMwH, JJ.
Mm that they can no* roti
%% the foilowini -hiir. ilift>ii*h Ihelr Mi^iiWWS. S.S Nomt-*a. S S Honatic.
tat'K ,'oaH Sia
am.. | S.S CorrlentM. S S
UJCorrnac Hi*> IS. Hecuba, S.S. Ptiiu. S.S. Alabama. S.S. Alco
Canyon. S.S Marcalor, SS rloamer. S.S Bvltarly. S.8. I^d>
Koanev, S S. Helen*. S.S. Caronla. S.S
Hulina. IX, Vlnitl. SS AnUrctic Ocean,
S 8 Haluoa. S.S. IihIot*, S.S. Iaixot.
S 3 La Have. S.S. Pacific Shipper. S S
Ortoltna. S.S Cairabulle, S.S Adelaide.
S S. Sajnjel S. Loveiand. MS. Helena.
loud in their praise for the oUimta
of ihe island and its people whom
tlu>y had found to be verv court-
eous to visitors indeed.
Count Orlowski was born in
Pans. Ho said that he had tried
to get a number of Barbadian
coins during his first visit hero
but those which were offered were
In such a bad state that he did
not purchase any.
The coins which he had donated
to the Barbados Museum were
collected in England ten years ago
nd he had brought them back
because he thought they would be
of more interest tu Barbadians
thM u> anyone BatW.
Count Orlowski ;,n exi>ect to leave on January 18, by
the H.M.S. I-ady Rodne>
they are going in exhibit
Dog Show in Madison Garden
next month.
The Countess, a Canadian.
from Montie;il <;aiil that she liked
Bar-ados and the service at the
hotel was excellent. She UwtlgM
that the island was a marvdloir;
unspoilt place that still hi
natural charm.
Traffic Cop
Gets A Box
I prollciency badge.;
:iv gnd Timi Ptfrol Issllaal St llii.nes
quiel day. lint on Friday over Orator Badge. Scout GeofTrev
550 Das., uf flying tUh and ne.-irly RudderDespatch llider Badge'
200 lbs. oi dolphin came to the The following Senior Seoul.
Public Market. have also passed the Junior First
These iiuanlilles of fish were Aid Badge: Geoffrey Rudder Pat
Bold In the market bul many Haynes. Noel W. Smith, and Ber-
more lbs. werc sold along the nard Perkins. This quallfle. them
wharf and street. for the Part I vest of the Am-
bulance Badge.
II i. activities of this nature
which keeps Scouting alive and
interesting and it is hoped that
almilar reports will be coming in
during th. year from other
Troops. Well done Sea Scouts
The Policeman on traffic point keep up ihe good work.
duty in Trafalgar Square has More Badges
again l i with cover. p. l. Harcourt Lewi, of 60th
The open box which was there Barbados (Belhel) has passed his
weeks ago was taken uw.i, I),.,,,:..,,, n|,,r Badge. Harcoujl
nd the I..... The is :,t pr,,cnl in hospital wllh an
box was brought back at 111.00 injured fool
in yo.-tci-d.-iy Scout Nigel Quarless, also ut
Ihe new TOOl which has lieen 601h Baibados, has Passed ihe
built on will provide more shade Bookman Badge,
from Ihe sun. The box la also The Bonn of 34lh Barbados
more attractive and la painted ,s.\ Philip) Clew who were In
in green..........camp al Warrens wood, from 2h
II was built by Lpl. Joe December broke camp on Satur-
Ihe lonstuhulary's carpen- day. 7th Januai. atln weeks
ler. who is well known in cricket of line Scouting.
The following Senior Scouts re- h,re 'or E"glnd in 1919. lie wa.
called to Ihe Bar in IV
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MiUUn. joaaph TOiiUiMt. Alma
-.--*. Vlira While.
ANTIGUA CK.rlea Adun.s
jatah Ark.1 .-.!,
aw"!r.^tTUtls-B ".W.I.A.L.
TRU-mAD-MlM Eather Zakrarr-
L- SMfcer Orutbenr. Mm. Saodei
" Jamea QriiJM-rK. Mi..
i ii Mi- Ce .i i Sado\ ilk
Mi. Maijorle Neil.
Mw" H.n' Wa>libuni. MUa Joan
liiyllli. Waahbum, throws
Mi*. Anita Lee Waafabum,. Mr
Hi-. rVOVOpa. Mla Rhoda Muireil
Mi CMll JflM*. Mr Kt-iuieth Seale. Ml..
Manoti Walauii, Mi I -' Ha. Ml
Dudley Farmer. Mr. laabelle Farmei
Mlaa Alias rarmtr. Mlaa Brenda Farmei
Mr. ArUii.r Sampaon. Mra. Vlralnln you re dealing wittl hlim.tll bdnRS
you must be humane always.
But nol sentimental. I don't
RULES FOR
POLICEWOMEN
"YOU must be well-balanced
and have commonsen&e. You
Cttl :ifford tn get agitated <>r
excited, you knowit might run
you into serious trouble. Also,
you've got to take things as thoy
COOM MM ingly. Every case is diiTerent
some trifling thing comes up and
throws all the thoories Mil i
gear, so your ideas must ntvw
M cut and dried. You must alw.r.s
give of your bestand. above all,
you must keep in mind that
The Weather
AY
J5r i.m.
EaSlT '""' '*
ag^TtTtti.."1"
Pat Fenly.
S*,.'*,.la^'2? Mr Franei-eo Baruiii. Mr. Ramon ocha--. and have no respect for sentimen-
Mi- lUjirke Ochoa. Mr. MllUm Tj....i ^-,1,,^.; Am,.her nile I h.
Ta>k. strict truth- no m.illei how pain-
^^'^^r^tXX1. <"l.^".^r'!">" ".......
For ^T. KITTS-Miae Violtt Campbell
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M mikta (,-
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What's on Today
Chiirrh Ser\'-ea al B, I and 11 aJ*
CrlckM Trial Garna at Ke.i.H.ai"n -
1 m p m
Surxlay School al 3, 3.30 and I'm.
Cliiarrh Service* al 1 p.m.
portant thing11 learned w
io be censoriousand never to
say: You ought to be ashamed of
yourself."
During their slay in camp itiey
i.irried out several activities in-
cluding a Hike to St. Thomas'
Almshouse on Monday. 2nd Jan-
uary. The Rovers under their
leader, Mr. W. L. Athericy. as-
ftis.ted by Mr. T. T. A. Smith,
A.S.M., of 26th B'dos (W-lches)
Group, rendered a progrtri" of
Christmas Carols and Hyi
the benefit of the inmate ,.
msiitunon, after whi i t,.
Churchwarden and other member*
M Um Si. ThoOatl Vestry express-
ed tir'ir usanki and ippiwtaUan
uf ilie programme.
They attandtd iwo Church
parades al Shajoa, ind OH Tues-
day night. 3rd January, thty held
I Camplire on .Inekson's pasture
Which w;i. well attended bv
iScouiers. SCOUU and friends m
the vicinity. On Thursday f.th.
they visited ihe Tobacco nctory
ihey were shown the va-
rious si-ages through wlm
manufacture of cigarettes pirn;
from tobacco in boxes, as It comes
*'/? by' Recovered
Th,- lii-foot fishing boat
"Ruby" which broke away from
its moorings ut Holetown be-
i 10. ft.ni. on Wednesday
nirr. cabbage CARROT <3 kind.". IXTTUCE
<4 klndm
OKRA. MEANS 19 klndii
TOMATO IS kind*', EGGPLANT,
KOMI KA1II l| kin.i.i
I'Alri.IKl-llWCK
PEPPER. Sweet A l|vt ', kind.)
PAHSIJ-V. CVCUHBBR COSN,
SQUASH 14 ktndii
SPINACH, TVHNIP,
RADISH iwhltei
<>NION. PARSNIP, THYME,
SWEET MARJORAM, HROCOLLI,
MUSTARD, CELERY. LEJCK.
HWBJ CHARD. PI'MPKIN.
CHINESE CADHAUE. CITRON.
"I'KMI
HRt'^SEl-S SPRUl'IN
BRUCE WEATIIEKUEAD I
LID.
HXAD OP DKOAD STRJUCT X
WE ALL CANT
BLOW SMOKE
RINGS
BUT WE
aft?
CAN
BUY
"DOBIES"
FOUR SQUARE BRAND
AND ENJOY
"A GOOD SMOKE."
self. Tiir l ........ ...". ii m-unrsday
DMcctlvr Ihfiiecu.r I lliim <. ,k F ,*, Provl*! "*" on<' "> "" Thursday was rc-
WvlV. Hr.i.' ^? '!" lh0 Constable on trallc point cmnd nboul 10 o'clock the
Women Programme" yesterday morning. Above is the $500 00
Programme"
the qualities a woman needs
become a ood policewoman.
lirst constable

, and insured is the prop-
to use the boa my .,( st. chili Oaten oS st
TRY IT T(HH\
CAL-C-TOSE
A DeliclMU Choco-
lale Beveraxe.
ConU'nlnc Six (6)
VITAMINS :
(1) A
(2) Br
(3) 'B2'
(4) 'C
(5) n and
H.l Mm ili.ilincl:'
Enjoyable -
HOT or COLD I
Fuellenl for
Children & Adults
t VI.-C-TOSE
makes Milk more
Appealing.
8&r
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"ir PHOFN.X PHARMACY BTWV
aad our CITY PHARMACY Bran.
KV>V>*eV^V>V**^^.V^V>V,,V'e-.
AFTER STOCK TAKING
WE HAVE MADE
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
DRESSES. BLOUSES. SLACKS
and SKIRTS Etc., Etc.
iu'o.ou v. muss mi or
HOME MADE SWEETS
at our Home Products Department
1 i'kat .
M.ii
SHADDOCK MIS.
. <>\ i pops Eath
I'l-AIN MIMTH- ID.
MIXHi MINT STICKS

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bOJ 3ir
SALTED NUTSUna bol tar.
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rot; well
FAVOt'tt
MAY ALL HAPPINESS
Be yours dunn the Christmas Season, and may the
Year 1950 he one marked indelibly in your memo.-y
as a year o[ Success. Expansion and Achievement.
IHE
Season's Greetings
now ) V. DE LIMA & CO.. LID.
2.. Bread Street 'Phone 4CI4
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Year to live us your Orders lor all manner OI
Foundry work; all kinds o( Factory Supplies, or for
any Item o( Hardware you may rwjuire.
And now may we extend Io you th. Season', Greet-
ings with all our customary sincerity:
5% Prosperous SWew tyear
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j, 4&4#*&dAJ**j*A4M4h fr
,..: i risasvi
dm>h nut en -taste.
i''if iJr I
and yt*t
riptV.
I & hut th* fuiiua of 'on- i kgkagM and
(pursuit of Love
...,.,
xiMS
1900
1950
Low recttco
boast
soove-elbosv r lover
lone okirt uarr iim

: t; calls owl
Muumm Uyi. chcmlf, Ai tnucn ..
lirirl, and Dra
A.- .tttk 05 pOMlblt.
M SATS 118111 11
j ______
WHO GOES -
'' Kl :.
lS MM
MS IDEA Of HER
BtclHS -
-
Ml -
Sill GOSSIP -
i admlrtnt *n ir nair ~
Tails *iih narrom trailers
uhif- atjwjaj _
Subscript i' HT__SHE_ OBIHKS
HIS AMBIUON -
firm nnprnvM t>\ girl1 parents
Mi" -i-vanfl-so
Mr So-nnd-So
.4'. punctually.
proa las: minute cnehine;
Never on food money, sex.
Henry Irving and Ellen Terry
Uueher
BAKt-
FAVNUTI I
MH1 SHi CALLS HIM
HER IDEA Of A Dlr
SHE TRIES Ifl OOBBE
'I All tlSf MILS
I t-int out a danoe on the stairs
Dreamy wall*
' Merry Wtdow.-
\ bounder
1 He trtod u> put an arm round
H aMMMta,
HvW SHE SNUBS HIM _
HOW SHE tfFERS 10 THEM
1(1 SHOCK IAC1I0
IStt FOR A DANCE
i COMPIIWENTS-
HER ON
I Tne vapours.
Olvlng nim one of the Ian dances
I Jp J*Lj*royryyp.c*?t|__________
It looked oelier :or.g.
Dinner Jacket, no glove*
' ); f4d -
Qtrl approved by boy
Honey.
LIUWU1
Any uov after I.
A.L.
From a oox
On loot monev sex
! .i :uv OIlVtM tlld
Vivian Leigh
Those Wicked Tories
Of 1831 And
labour's Clarion Cry For The Elections Will Be
1731
Let Us Face The Past
We know whit line the Social-
ist* are going to take when they
appeal to the country. Last time,
they had a stirring and satisfac-
tory slogan. "Let 01 Face The
ruture." Thi time their clarion
CTJ will be, Let Us Face The
The speeches are already being
rehearsed and the propaganda
already spreading round
-Remember lfSl. We must nevci
have that again This If the re-
tor that spring* to every Soclali-i
l.j,. It Is the answer to all proh-
past. present and to comr
Nineteen hundred and thirty-
one was indaed a terrible year
U* i olm Br04j.11
Lords and the whole Tory gan.
The* People were writhing, or
course, as usual, but U
actually thinking or doing soaie-
thing about it. Trt\\ were drilling
,n secret and getting ready to burn
down public buildings. It was a
tense and terrifying time. Civil
war wa? at hand, and if the Torif*
had not given way in the following
vtar there would have been vrir
I ni-iva'ely paid for) on the green
not
Charles was ruling >*2f" "J*r"
lu-r.etit ai all. And The People
the unfortunate People, had
Ml even got as far as
,:.thing in those days. .
___t. : .l.tU ..nil anathv T
Bui things were not much
Ix-lter m 1731. RMiwmber 1731 .'
Well, if you don't we'll loll you
about it.' As a mailer of fact.
After the election unemployment nolmng mUch happened in that
among Socialist MPa roae to v(,ar Mt , prim. Minister Ml
ghastly proportions, and famous ;nfl mt-fl abominable of Tories.
leaders found themaelves back nwn Walpole
w'lere they started, bawling
dm ,'ioars. in village halls Some fussy people might ..sk ,
and welfare institutes, while Walpole was. strictly speaking
R,.., Snowden were gnnning wilh evil I* .lisrrgarded. Walpole boo7,yl
triumph in comfortable armchair* lot; he told smutty irtori
", Downing Street. he believed In .ncentives He sjk
Ren.ember.ni the past .s a very .very man had hi. price. If inn looked ,ik, ,
ejod idea and experience ha iloesn't make him a Tor> ll _. ,..1;.
shown that the painful recollei I'eople were wnthing in vain
l.oru of 1M1 are partkularl

.ink in sloth and aprtl
Ihey thought not having a Parlu-
(luite a good idea.
(,'harln the Plrst wa. niu.i
hi ,ued in hi. brutal deaigns b. ..
man railed Thom.s Wenlwr.,i
.ho became Earl of Staftor
Wentworth's motto was Thor-
ough." so he must have been a
Ml like Philip Snowden He wn.
a Tory it ever there . ont.
Then, of course, thet
Star Chamber. That wa. a cross
Wtween BelMn and the Ir.lann
Bevenue Department [I
that writhing began as a natlona
pestime. It started with the few.
Mil under the care at Socialism II
. spread to the whole commu-
,.i I'ndoubtedly. IK11 was |
year thnt must never lie forgottrr-
So good to dunk
so easy to maki
Tory Henry VIII
So was 1531. Henry VIII '''
llien King. He
SMOKERS CAN SMILE..
OoodnZi d
n--r hime
Snappy samba
Baay. Ill Gold Outside "
He tried to p:ck me up."
Thr walk-out.
.flectlve with those who wen do
,,,!, burn at that date. But wh.
stop at 1931"
All The Past
If you are facing th* pa. wj
mil fare the pastall of it* Thei-
were lots of pasts before 1931. The
People did not start writhing In
helpless rage in 1931- For exam-
ple they were writhing in 1831
I*t us go back another century
No. indeed, we must nev
hack to 1"31. It was tho blacker
l-eriod of Tory Misrule.
On second thoughts, that :
perhap' an exaM*"'"". Th
slackest period was 1831. In IMf
ymr, Charles the Fltlt, the MB..
of Blood, was King. He is sorr.r-
limes called Charles the Mar
Ignoranl people who never hrai t
of Tolpuddle (remember Tolpu-i-
(M.'.' i, but in fact he was Just &
toon of a capitalist. He hang,
a lot of innocent chaps who were
Ptally the forerunners of the ILK
though they weren't educate*.
enough to be aware of the (art
Ho also had six wives and num.
I*i of side-kicks. It is easy enough
to guess what Party he belonged
.o. 1531 wag definitely a bad, bai
if it eomag lo U*a*. ,*31 wal
no better. Tlial
n But someonr is ask-
I*t us go bacfc arwner crmu.- ^oVy^Vh^ng hair and a snoot, ing what this nonsense is ail
If n thing's worth doing. Its worth ;"*j about. what has 1431 '
doing welL expr- with the problem of lo-d..
That was an appalling y"r^ T(|rv thurics | regretful answer I
,831. 1 maan. ^^IWonn ^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ w^v^
being opposed by
m'w ^r^^**J< B V; ;&ra m-,hr year 1531
But neither hU IM'. L.F.S
i. rig up
To siio* an inch of ankle
HOW Hf HAKES THE NOT
____
SAYS SOODNIfiHl
Sftt WEVER rONIEMPUIES'
IH'T ffUII '"PRY
10 CHIIDBIim. __________
HER MAIN IHIEKSI
Hanaa. tee:, taoe.
A irtt-r. it vou happen to be o.;-
'.lyag'-Q ..." a week in adannoi
lu st>ow off a plunger

ly's dance.-
Pan and tne rail.
bi call an hour

hiMoBi gaanoalhaki -i I anpaii!
ftimii\ planning.
on .!.'. BBOW
1^_
-------------1*'fwi'^lftfywr raiij-
A wonian i place u in the home
An unplanned lamtly
llsn everyone talks i
Conera'tS For Sohumau Lunches
Schweitzer Wilh Adenauer
liament partio
itie luncheon Keuter.

Yes, Nicou Keeps your teeth
really dean, free from nicotine
iuin and dulhng film. No
Deed to worry about that extra
tigarcttc, if you use Nicota.
You will be delighted with the
pearly whiteness of your teeth
and the freshnmof your mouth.
Get a tube of Nicou today.
BONN. Jan. 14.
Went German President. The French Foreign Minister.
Theodore Heuss. has cabled con- Robert Schuman. met Chanct'llor
ui-atulatlons to^ the___
Govern- mala to the UniAd Nil'
Guatemala Ratifies
Convention
LAKE Sl'CCESS Jan. 14.
NICOTA
SMOKERS' TOOTHPASTE
whitens your teeth-
brightens your *
smile
hero Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, per-
humanl'tartan philoropher, Alher a.'a luncheon given in hishonoui marttnl 1.1 Mil '.''_P.ua^;
SrhwelUcr who celebcles his today by the German .
-,,hh rthdav today at his mission ment in the Palais Schaumburg. deposited his Government
nation in Umbarene. French the seat of the Chancellory. ir.enl of rati.kutum o Ok
s'.iatorial Africa Schuman arrived after visiting veiu'ion on the crtl
Sihweimr recently returned W .'ne Wesl German President Theo- extermination of races.
his missionary and scientific work dnre Heuss. at his home. Gu.iU
7 atrlea after a brief stay in All members of the German irv to
A _.i.r Cabinet and the leader of the Par- Reuler.
Guatemala is th.- .seventh coun-
the convention I
[.:! OUUIde noine
. oav tor equal wort
ry' - . -_______-I yj.':i-
-nstu\ Has Fairlv
Go

J.in 14
NT-Old King (Jus-
ill with Urw .chile
tr '

good, ntj
I
*e.ter
"Armed Albanian-
I'.niiT Yugoslavia"
HKI.ul:
r..h
He. it bands
Yugoslav
uniform had crosMd n.
slavia.
C.O.L. On
The Rise
i
I.D Oar o*. daagyNMMi
KINGSTON. (By M.II)
Police Boss Jails
Himself
MICHIGAN. Jan. I.
William Carter, 25-ye.r-ol.
chief of the two-man Police For <
here, ha. been ordered to ga il
himself for 10 day.. Churl.
Young. 10-year-old Justice of I
Peace, said Carter "called mi
names." so he found him I
0| lontempt of court.
Carter said Young wn "irkt-
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in
24 Hours
-i HAL SS STREET
'. Altl,V Jan U.
^athc^s uf Bavreulh
jnipoejir Hicham
.' ugwuvd to honour
. Slauss b) II..IH-
aigh us m"1938 (accord-
lal figures which are
.,-..,nve) is due for
""* .
-1..... si).. ' "' lh Competent Au-
..... -unuin retail ru-
Polfca repurted a captured Ai- UH .prlca, of Nestle. riUed
banitja uti.tir as saying a spi
Tlie coal of living, now over 2J because 11 men seized
before nnotn
He planno.l
"I the
I iitl>
home

outaai wa.- bald In Tirana urn
the pagaonaJ din etlo i
tenor Minister.
Studji

wlnong Aln.ii
I'mniii l.nv Hod
ya lectun d 11
,ih.
(Reulei ,i
milk has been fixed
lid. per tin tad other brands at
tin. The new ratail
prica i .-in aaantg an increase of id
Keasi-n for the increase is that
Id) of id. par tin which
i.Dveriimcii* uaad bfl pay lo ata-
cjs*d 00 Decem-
ber 31.
it reaumpUon of
i u uill be Studied b>
tru ik-w Ha Itepirsi'iitatives
iing raid came
Justice's Court,
appeal against the gaol term.
g.euer
Lily Ports III
NEW YORK. Jan. 14
l.ily Pons. French-born Opei
tar has caneelled two appear
unres at the Metro|x.litan Onei
House here, and rwHo l'
i>ecause of illness.
she hag gone 10 bogpltaJ t'
exuiniliulioll of kidnr> Sli<
has been ill suite her lasl per-
formance in "LUcla Di l.amnui
DacasnbtT 2~>. Reatir
ainw th# dl>ce*trT of NIS*on bf
Am^rifan phv.icitn it if no loif*r n-
;i,f tor mow to luBff f:om uilj.
t;iu(lnc and dorH'in..; i
llfOSI
twain-.!, your ikln. making it ,
dn- and VFlvty mooth In )u*t a Oaj or jwo
juii.,3 Bln blpraiaMioa r mirror will tell you lht iwrr *iu
'ixn ia Bcattna, Pimpl'i. Rah, Rir-i- U tin- neiennnt tiritmr>t jm nave o*n
v jtm l-totian.. Afiir, UUchea as5nfl#raioirr-i Don't Ct a bad tSfi lo aik> rou loot morr aitracuvt. to Iwtp
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,. utoplr think you aie dlscurd. trtnbly itcltini. bbn.inf and starting
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laM 1 heard of Nliadoem. It aloppad t
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\Af.-L.. I... " ,1""' ll mutt *"'
worsts ran ., (tear, amooth and niagneiically al-
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siNDAY. I-Waky is. M rr
MSUVV ADVOCATE
Check Bib Collar
*S?Tvard of tartan taffetn, 36
JSTwuie. l'= /* of ***
*?T- a Quarter of an inch wide.
f5rfd of lace beau.
Llj,**,* l card of bias bmumtt.
J%1 of .fread. 2 presi studs
iS^'this from diagram Ar-
mark straight grain. Solid
b_ mark edge to be laid on
Em XV marks facing turn-back
rtTTIlNG DIRKC1IONS:
rClow batf-iw* soami al1 r?unu
i cuting- Cut one pi*
o Cut a bias strip, l' i
_. vide and 72 inches long
rTbias strip IK inches wick
40 inches long. Piece Strip*.
Jfther where necessary.
Kn>G DlKt(llU\>:
Make narrow hems on onu
' long edge and two
ends of both bias siWps.
Run gathering threads aion*
other edge.
On larger strip draw uj.
' 1fcreads until frill ills rouiu.
outer edge of collar, stop-
ping at lining line an
on one edge, and baste oi.
right side round edge. Plact
bus binding over frill, pin
baste and machine in posi-
tion. Bring bias I
over to wrong side, basta '.
and slip hem.
Neck frill is sewn on in
the san.i
Turn back facing at open-
ing, where marked, and
slip hem into position thus
having an overlap of half
an inch.
press lace beading to re-
quired wid.1i and baste
round outer edge and neck
edge of collar on right side
Top stitch both edges of
lace with machine.
Thread ribbon through slits.
Sew on stud?, and press
thoroughly.
Substitution Crypt
IWALTER LANDOR has an-
way of saying that
Btfronment is one of the most
puential factors in our makc-
His phrase for it is given
r in a substitution crypt for
I to solve:
bs gds lrge mpvm
STB LCVBM GVB
LGSSDM AGHS PM.
,,-m s^vui .jJic.rt pun puiM
I mm in> mm j... Miix.rios
PACE mm:
Children's Corner
Rupert and the Caravan8
5^! ,k dunblJ lh h'U Rupert
nndi ih od .runner, and
ST a I'"1"' ''"' "~"y-
nneia ot him u a lone *.^vl*-i
Sr~]w-r 1JIS.7SR
no. IN laya. | mu || n,m
ibooi lh. MM.' Al h. ,enhe,
'I" .hick hi. (rand comei ouc. and
'o Ruk.i ,,,, s,m welcome him i:h a unite. I.
invitiM! rang?" aeka ,h, Ulk
bur r- You look very iclen 10-
div- Sam mm at him. "And
well mar I took aolemn. youni
*uPert. ha deelarrt atavclv.
luu you come inudr and ae
*hai i happened 1 'Tie a bid
tm linen."
Calling All Smiths
iz Vuiz
SURELY you know someone he do?
nomed SmUaa, perhaps mml 12. Joseph Smllh was the
prrjo>a named sniiih. But horn American founder of wht rcUii-
uvll do you knem your Smllna? iouJ i>oirn
This Whl: Quiz will help you find 13. There ii a Deal Smith
""f- ,, , .___. County that covers more than
.., ". ".* brolter' >nto atoms, 900 square miles. In what SUM?
It s smashed to mUh----------? 14. Which Smith spent his
z. under the spreading chest- time trailing Fu Manchu. and
nut tree, you used to llnd the vll- rice vena?
SMOOTH, COOL
the beauty rream
that is a 'treatment'
' HaaeliM Snow' iloea m morh foe
raw akin. Women thr wueld over
wart it aa they do so iilhee beanty
ereeaa. So maalralK roollDf at all
, 10 soot) lor trealms little
nialllai
u
Sam.' aaoail be )
lae-
3.
n .I'd:
15. Chief of staff to Gen.
Eisenhower, later Ambassador to
Hussia, was Smith?
16. The original Wright plane
was restored to the right place In
1M8. I.e.. the Smith
Poeahonta.1
And under the brown derby
there was -----------Smith?
4. If you leap to the right eon-
elusion, you'll identify the lass
above as ---------- Smith of movie
me'"f*. " I*ocanontas wu urettv
_. "SF mo"' ^mi'" fnHMh to make lum lose his head,
in the army in World War II than but she saved the head of
members of any other "family." Smith?
What name do you suppose was 18. Kemembered for his nor-
>? ^st numcrous" (No. It trayals of the old British emplre-
watnt Jones; Jones was fifth in builder on the screen is Sir
tho list.) Smith?
A SINGLE "ATTERN U all you nd for this check bib collar. Io freshen your old dress,
lite pattern from this diagram (one square equals one inch).
'Can I Forget A
Hooligan V
Ht (himhi lluitli W.iriM-r
("THE FAILURE of my mar- purity Fundamentally, you ore
|e I have no shadow ot doubt thinking of your husband as
l due to ignorance, deliberate- though ho were "the father of
|tr1uced to by parents, school, your school friend." But all
1 Church at the time of my men are not moral hooligans.
b. w"t Mrs. A. Rethink it all out. The act of
fAt 12 I was brutally assaul- creation in marriage is the point
I by the 'respected' father of at which we have the highest ot lna" sacrifices of his pleasi
SILENCE IS
GOLDEN
dor' asks Mr. B. "A man has a
nght to happiness, after all, and
ir l throw her over, would any-
one blame me if I married some-
one who could give me what r
want?"
Who said so? Who said tha "a Jlramy Parker is a sweet maker
man has right to happiness' who5c rst attempt at chocolate
A burglar has as much right to !n,,k'n''' "early ended in disaster.
hnVPllMts H ><>u. but we iake T,ns mistake was Dot louiid out
good can tu no that he is not """' lf,or ""- chocolates, made
rain in his "right." na(l been put on
No une has an f^gfthifg rieht ,,i,lt'- A "ian bought half a pound
to happiness. Other piiiple are ,ul always involved, and tha effect a5k who had made them. Jimmy,"
of our action up.m rli, ,u bj wna[ said Ihe assistant. "My wife's
really matters. teeth." said the customer, "got
No one can live without niak- st"ck ill those caramels and she
g sacrifices of nil pleasure In couldn't speak for half an hour!"
of mj school friends. To all privileges. some degree. I only know of one "1 iorrv. Sir," said the repent-
icl loathing and _...... ; Piece where It might be said that "nt apprentice, wondering what
11 refna.il. Is it too late, The method of such creation is man has a right to happiness, " punishment would be. "Good
the ::, two children, '*'>,"""Z\ ' ">> "e so and that is Heaven. W for you. Jimmy!" said the customer
me ever to come to feel mishandled by bad men and Even then, happiness comes as unexpectedly. "Silence is golden,
haa rr.?lllS-hi''eCTCi,Sm'rC^?1 a b*-.Drod" ' ""' we are do- my boy," and he gave the as-
God-give^'way '' LJ? fc22 "' 'iU'y: vou >"^ V"U,h Half a'sovereign and
We8'aTe 7,, the- , Sitto Jf ^....." ",* """* Ut
emotion needs a physical way of
Uprewlns itself, a handshake WI,V clous your wlfi ,.,
:Ti.ndIiness, a mother's rbecauss you urc such an angel '" ,hu, tlm "as made a lot of
kiss her affection for her child. ' husband.' faiilastic chocolate articles,
Se.xii.il union expresses a love A woman nags IMCIUM she is l"'d i^iein-rs '.o a BBC programme
Paul Revere is most famous
now as an equestrian. But he
was famous in his own lime as a
-----------smith?
7;. you wanted to get a
Smith education, where should
you go?
8. He's a key man In this
world, this----------smith?
9. Joe Milier belongs in this
quiz, for he was a--------------smiih"
L0V Th.e ,nrmer Abigail Smith
and her husband were the flrst
tenants in the White House. Who
was he?
11. Counterpart of a black-
smith is whitesmith. What does
1. What kind of smith made
Gretna Green the kind of place it
was?
20 Barney Google's old pal is
-----------Smith?
*-CSjnusj 'Of ooi *>ujj
-Ml (O i( .la, psfjumu aq
* j -AMquv SI uqop lX D a 'uuiBut
"i,rM uoiimmui traiuomiiu'B ai virmv
..- tl *vx.i, xt ituiHiuofgi a|u|BS \rj
"H.l-l *> jo IUJIUU .uy, -n SuisjDi
jji op finruaiiwi m.-A 'iioji uaiioO
JO <|uu niiiuMiiiH^ II txuwpy uVor
l n.tiii*H"l B uniimiMf nan uoi
'! IJ >)11U1S i IWUMMAim
'.' i-MfllH pu UaHvojg xq uroiiuii
tuqof i iiwv > a P*AJIV e intua
Sum Fun Word Play
Ann in live hours a ran
count.
Which Bill can in eleven;
How much more, then, is
amount
That both can count in seven?
*/t I *Tl> I W.OHU /{ t ""
W/II W Bl Miu i iunod U3 moq
OMl THE four words FAIt, AHT. THE
and HER can be*combined into one
word.FARTHER. Hero, now, is
the a group of six little words
HEN ART
ARE EAR
WAR THE
Which one word of 11 letters
I have already
i breakdown."
I it not too late, but it may
| very njrd. Begin by n>meni-
(, that you are (ar from bc-
__ in the experiences you
I been through.
(hooligans on a Bank I.
r the beauty of a piece of
. sovereign and
it.
Despite sweet rationing In
rttaln Imimy is still busy and
.....i '" hu time DM made a lot
Ho
toysklc With litter and mess, that has pledged itself, from the spiritually unsatisfied. As often lhat1 - his tiint! he ,nas made a
Why. the litter
: t the hooligans
nvtnted from doing dam-
Ham. THE !'-r A 1V RE-
UlB to be enjoyed.
I natural beauty of sex and
age has, for you. been mar-
I by thoughtless parents, who
djou r.othaig. and by a man's
Fkhty You grew up with
i in your mind that warp-
[ It, picked up mostly from
r school friends. Get clear of
irubbishthose wrong ideas
Kb associate sex with im-
very nature of the act. to the as t '" mnrriagr OOtbill In mtRtptn for the local
setting up of a family, in which bar husband UaWTJ, windmills with chocolate
child mi shall llnd security and n;,s ll" iniaKtnatinii. little tender- -,llIs that pi round and
affection from both parents. IM of humour, ami chocolate models of tllm stars.
Only wrong Ideas or lack of tries lo ue "l'easoIIabk' with her He is particularly busy in the
on on the part of a when wt"it she wants is spon- springtime with Easter Eggs, which
ntoi( m ui uint *m jo / unw
As Plain As A & B
can spoil the sacred- toncous affection.
nets of all that is involved.
Find a wise counsellor. Just
to talk about your fears may help
to dispel them. Only while they
are hidden in your sub-conscious
mind can they do you damage.
IF MY WIFE nags at me all
and night, what should
Go back to your wife.
L.E.S.
arc made in two half sections and
then joined together after the
lilling has been put in.
ma
limoo un uuv 4ikk( juo t1( -iiaMSNV
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l'K.\ PALS
Study the following set of JSA J. McLENNAN, 28. Green
quattDU: Street, Newburg. Georgetown,
A + B = 111 B x A :!.tl British Guiana. Hobbies are wri:-
A B = 12 A B 143 ing, guuurK. oalliiettikg postcards.
How quickly can you datarmLna raadmg ana gi
which numbers A and B repre-
sent?
a ! uMumt p v j
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HIHTIIIIAVS
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Heh n
Corbtn. Agatha Brathwnite.
Patricia Wallace and Dorothy
Grazette who celebrate their
Birthdays this week.
HAZELINE SNOW
A lit'KHit.'i.HS W H HUM!'
ro. PRCJDITT
MEN LOVE WOMEN
WITH BEAUTIFUL
HAIR
USE
A.K. POMADE
AND GET WISE TO YOUR BEAUTY POSSIBILITIES.
All llc.uiiiliil Hair was not born Hint way.
TRY IT ONCE USE IT ALWAYS!
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Alha-SillZK bunts (li.siil nliif
The same safe analgesic that re-
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rUka-Sattatf to bring quick com-
lort from muscular aches and sole*
lsss,T5roponeor tuo Alka-Seltrer
:ablets in a glass of water. Watch
it spaikie.then drink it down.Here
is reliable First Aid -pleasant to
tak too. Keep a package handy.
Not a laxative.
Fint you listvn, thvn
YOU FIND YOURSELF
SPbAKIRIU THE
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value to Uiomi .^nb-ik-ng'on tw rrt-rr
il to til Umm >Oo Intend lo travol
brMd. Kundraaa of ovotmm sludwiU
hnv. pnmd by Mtptrlonco th*t Lin*u.-
pnona Is Ot* atiickMl. miimI .n4 m'
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Miiis lAaoaarosiis. inc.
soys ELSIE Iht BORDEN cow
li' m.i uirpri*mj( how much energy youngilen can gain from
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" otpnil on K,L1M 1.1 build >,>ur voungucr ilurdy and
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*UM nul^ I,, ll ;,,.., ,, 3riJ ,hrive oo il!
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ttie fumilf
A proicction againii ill-health, a iitcngihcning lood for
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AYLMERS
Pork & mm........JO 24
MonUul.osB.antMangeJ.6 15
4 Favour* lo each iki.
Nignapore Pineapples.__46 35
Cnbea and shrn.
I eknri
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Tins French Mushrooms .. .3"
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n ., Sausages
Swifts Vienna Sausages .. .57
Larije lins Salmon .....47
Tins Fruil Salad.......75
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Tins Apricots .......50
Tins Pear*.........51
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Mincemeatper bottle.....6
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Milk Fed Turkey 1416 lb.
Home Made Pork Sausages
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a-XUAY. JAM ARY 15. 1950
HENRY
-l NDAY ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
^ANBE IT WAS i
ACC DENT I ^>N "
ANYONE
BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
PAGE ELEVEN
Hi
BY CHIC YOUNG
sis
the G*1
I I I'mM Mfc.TT
UTI DOTHUBa
N not une ohci n
T '< luia
Gordons
SUPPUES AGAIN AVAILABLE
Kit Conquest
t;;! j-;:geahce cf the scorpion
.. two ax axiuw amuen ...
/^-> 8OT-CHX6SS.
f n* HGM" rtfi OST TOMS'v
PuGAN CX'SCSOABD -WE GOT
A POST-CA20 CQOM .OlSOON
TwBfiE KEEKS LATEC O&C
COO OOV CLOTUES *
iE LONE RANGER
MEANV.M1.E . !
S*-
SERYMVE
I # Ir#/
BY FRANK STRIKER
HCU3 VOUR FWE.1) ( COME ON, BifF.' WEU. GET CHIT OF HErv
VOU MIGWT H,"^ >5-----------------------------y------
KIKRKiKRATORS
OBNafltATOM
BNODm
PLOUGHS
M UUNE engines
AIR COMPRESSORS
IIOLSE WIRING
SEHYilE
HOME APPLIANCES
ELECTRIC HOTOU
LIGHTING PLANTS
TRACTORS
i)ii:si:i. engines
REFRIGERATOR PAINTING
SWITCH-liEAR REPAIRS
ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST MICHAEL
DIAL 4629 4371
Healthy People keep their
and healthy with
. IW *
'''''''s.'s.vss,:::;;:;:-.
white teeth, use the PEROHBB ;
paweuse Maclean everyday, I;
-'. ......s,::::-.-,::;::;::,v,v,v,v,-.v,-,-,v///av,.
t
... -
They're all fixed t
Irxcd prices! And identical puts! That's what you
get when you buy I-ord spares from us. All genuine
l-'ord p*re parts are sold at low, fixed prices
and every one of them is made from high quality
materials, to tine limns of precision engineering, and
checked and cnumcrchecked for accuracy. We, as
your I-ord experts, know that only a genuu-
spare will do a satisfactory job in Ford I hat i-
why we"alwav- In theman cstmiai lei) patfd V
I
k Co., Lid.
*v.'.".-.-. ---.-.'.-,-.-.-.-. :::::. .-.-.vs.-
' LINES WE WANT
YOU TO SEE!!

LADIES!
1
SPUN SILK
I
A VERY HIGH CLASS >;
QUALITY
Il' worth a lot more lor J,
I
IJuality The shades an ;.
superb.
36 wide S1.IK par yd. j
GENTS!
PIN-STRIPED
IN NAVT ft DAUK MOWN \
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56 int. $8.47 at 3
THANIS
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PAGE TfiN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SCXP/Tt, .'.\NV\RY ir, rtj,
SCENES FROM THE T.T.C. CHRISTMAS MEETING
How Three of the B. W. 17s Most Important Horse Races were Won and Lost.
B\ H
III! TRINIDAD ur.RBV
llll IRIMIHD DERBY to nmw the richest htw raee in lb*
nbbean. richer than the- Iunv Jamaica Werbr which *
about Vii year* it* senior. Hw. in foar pirtnrea taken specially for
ihe Uimb]," Ihe brief tery of now Mr. William Seott'a bar filly.
Ocean Pearl won the raee wtrtrb lMwajfct her owner S4.S4J.64 In itake
and an ..Wilton a I S549.M in bre*der' premhma. seeoaid wu Mr*.
Grace Le.nr. China DMI. bred in Jam-tea. who roHected $1,184.32.
third fJormirr another Jamaica*, whoa* owner. Mr. s. W. Brankrr
rerttvH $592.16. and faarth the Trlnldad-bred Radar, who bronchi her
Dr. V Bain. S4M4*.
Ml tl *.RT The It^.k mudd* Hid a t.nr tltUM ihmtl It (he m U Win* in the backr*nnd Thoe m<>-l r..s,l> mad* awl IN 'Irfl
lo rtffct Mnen . Nrrtreted 0"\>I1>. SntoM Thirketl), !* torn Ml Joarpht. Roaemary (Pa-ne). China Dull MrVj
Nature Bo* tat Gonial-z and (>"*n Pearl i Mende. Vole the dlfle: rare In Mv|e ol the Venezuelan and English !'-"- *'*
all balan<< Sirbv Th.rkell and Lalltmer erla with RMM .,:1,| aajabj
OCEAN PEARL vtarled anodai on lavourlte and the hall bred hlh The Atom
and Rotrman were next In demand, China Doll Rained ba< B4fl on the -irenwtti
ef bar areaaralmn her farm on ihe irark prior to the Deri" m,i being tfrry
ouUHUndina; The Barbados hoaw -.urtone had been %lrk before the rare and
waa still reeoverlnf from a eMd and fmmt Afl the rare aradTfaaed ih> iortaa>e
I these beraea waxed and waned a* our pi< lures %ho
ITKST IIMI RiH'N'D. >unlone i in ihe lead. Oeean Pearl I
far on the ouUide. bolted at Hie first tarn Here he hide* K<-
China Ml Stinlone's dnplay of c .T pare cauaed surprise to Trinidadia
who MnMfbl her a ploddinc Upe. She iavr
la?*3**
Ill* III n HOML: Oeean Pearl lias iiOaUhhrd .. two
China Doll is making hi r hid and rlosM the tap t.ilI..v-.. .1 b]
hi aho (halleniine on the outside as she pasae* The Alum
lead but ml. ITMSII: there to almost nothini to rh(Hx.r between Oie-an Pearl the < hampion and China Doll the serond rater. Percy Slrb.v
rj !U atoo shows eood judgment b not over tloin; In- pushing MHJ remaining well balanced. I ne ancle of the picture actually Hatters Oeean
l>ar| who won hy nlv | hort head and IMBrd a decided shadow ta be raat un her >nmin.i \nd look: Who said 13 wa an unlu'k>
number?
BOOKERS IB'DOS) DRt'G STORES LTD.
Broad Street and IUl.n<* (ALPHA PHARMACY)
Chdc I ? * ',art *i,h
doublo-aclion Ihormogona
ModiCfllad Rub. In soothing
modkinaf vapours will bring
ipdy 'oliol from Haad
Coldi nd CtfVrh and ts
dap pona>ralivs
-/,(( bro-W HP r
*od ea*e Cough* and
Rhnunwbe Paint. You'll say
I hermogena Madicalad R ub
.s a real bkissing I
THER
M E O I C
3IOOE3TE
AT ED RTI
STRENGTH
\v loauii aMnjy -nd
** *hcn you no longer
Uffj -naieton
- >^i:omtn
foaaNonal liicnuth*
buildinnl'ood-phovphjrus andproicin.
Stood and nerves*
ric-wd
twdhacourwof 9
* i i
u ibof
m. >.i tlut ihci

health, youlh and I
On m/p ol .,l raamiai
utiHiy Row I^jc1* into ;
-aam >ou ll serene
SWAT Of. EX:
v/.wt ; TONIC FOOD
iikI vikillly
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Mr. K. D.
Latlunrr up. .
THE ttlNM.K LLIt |N
leada in Sturm Olft
Ibla mar
Hi. 1111.-1
bechinlna
liard i a. i
T.T.C Bandb ap on lb. third da> than -he
> i ii" tail own
II am lie* ll In r hardloutli'
Thto race now lakes Ihr place ol Ihe
iinaatw Qmtaih Cup Run WWtt '. tw
ln|s |Mt ycar'a rare itlrarled llir larger
(ban usual entry ol 12. but four hroke down
bsfam] Kaint tin* pusl lls mIu.- to the
winner waa %t.76K 64. thto belni a record
>iim hecanae polni monrv (rom the
taki maj hliher than ever The I
mare Storm'k Gift proi rd superior to the
creolm and after lakin. the lead Itetwren
Hut four and the thrre she *tavrd oft a
strans bM by Blue Slre4k to wlrt by a
neck
Thto waa Sturm- Qkfl HUN in -
Trinidad in i"l;i and li i nMU
Jamaican Blue Streak. He beat her In Mi
T.T.C Plata in June but before that inrcl
ban, uM out afaj lud Hrl v u lories ,>\ --r bfjn
Pew A Hau hortrs In. f\ri mi-l ra. li
ulher m uftrn N M On Ihe third day ol
the mreUnit lhr> met a^ain and i.n.e nui
e baa become one ol Ihr LiMmrilrs ol iU, Irinldwd TanW Him ol,' U Monn- (lift was Ihe uinncr
i notable Itiinc* jIk.ui Moiiim (.ill is U, i .j,j.ii> i..i Kfjril ll law1* U Ihr |49 T II t up a. .
c ol the merlinc mini peoplr llnmcln she had had a > llllltv ,l( ,., vs
ini to do herself JUsii. Hut it is likely that she ia- Ml. r lot ilu umc 0( 2.|5 ihrrefun anord
a* for this Cop raca,
alo ihr llrsl
weather. Thr
linir of Ml IhrrHon- appear* klou l.wl
ihe r.i. mfl reallv a very fact one.
^B.
hs>L *. -rs^Jm
nr lRlfc* T
** "^., au *** -^r-
4V v "'
I Mr LAST BEND: The lead which -ost Klur Mreak the rare Mono* Gift
Mine aeat 1Mb] by LatUmer aa Slrb> heins hto come back with Klu, MnaJj
Ihe (iamhlrr third, and Gun Sit* jr< living hard but (annul BM up so
i-iiiti. is ih. pare.
I"h' Hi t ilt is Si.tk* v
i Ml 11 IssH two-year-old eyent ol the ^uulh Caribbean also uw a IMMfd
'It ft! paid out to the winner. Run over alx fnrlonis Usl wear's ,,,.
attracted It entrant* of which the *cn..i... ,l -.( \ uirrnt bred Bow BrlK
| labourite Second fa\ourlle^ .:> I |',|,i kfed H I
I ini.i.l ^ I u> Bulit-v
i i c went to Fair Profit and Lai> Bones was MMMl Mri
llMMhl IfWl surprise waa the l.ct thai Bow Hells waa khnM out of tht
| Ua outsiders Mon Ami and Sun Glee. Fair PlMH H ..wred i
i rid trained by l.to Ullllamt who alko preparcu Blue WUmk a
I'oil. Thto nat therefore an all hmi eaa trrumpu.


-----.----------_--- --
",r lure ll.an .ir DtTbj -un How Hells to nMR the 1ML Themtcan be seen how Laa) Iteaiea the white hers. MM* l uke Ihe rar.
id I jlr Profit. I hen i Man Ami. Prlnceaa hl*ea Mon Ami while *,, (;(. is f-arlh p^^ BcUi w^ |rUj '
m ra lluht. MM t.lrc ami ICABJ Hope I luk lime Mcnde. an Leap On to decidedly oft balance reaatted alck. ""' "
A'V
"pOJoawilf I Amir cleaiili A bU. ( .parkling Andrew, in the mornin| hclpa
lo keep y^ur %v,rrm tur.nioning pcrftii
I-, nnack, camctui judity
nd mdigcitiun Then it tonei up ihe li..
"' b..... v. .i 11. mi xently
cIcm ih.- Mtpani lulunlly
plnwtll
w.> to dttp duwu im,,, clnnllw
,>
U I lie iruik :
Andrews
LIVER Si
COOtS REFRESHES INflGC


^T. JANIABY IS, IK*
HENRV
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
"? IT WAS o^TAn" -
JsfYONI WANTS-"
BY WALT DISNEY
PAGE ELEVEN
BLONDIE
k
BY CHIC YOUNG
tVcGi*
f AppoLvnmffT
go* i> miljjjts
T IIJL kLIC CXOBU1 Tl
ftitiMf Ur4- Ca. UA
Gordons
StoftdsSuptetna
SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE

Ifir Conquest
t;;e vekgeance cf the scorpion
,.A**0 AX OMBATjOH OOTH/t
;.t
**Ti6 8OT-OML666.
A1^* hiGW" YVfi LOST TOMfcTV
CVGAN 0\ ff SOAffO w GOT
I, A POST-dSD COOM hONPON
Vr-CEJ rtSEKS LATEC A*
COO D3V CLOTUfiS '
HE LONE RANGER
m
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HOLD NOUB FWE') (COME ON, BIFF.' WEU. GET OUT Cfiin
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engines LIGHTING PLANTS
PLOUGHS TRACTORS
MARINE ENGINES DIESEL lA'CINES
AIR COMPRESSORS REFRIGERATOR PAINTING
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ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST MICHAEL DIAL 4629. 4371
Healthy People keep their
and healthy with
PNGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
W *XT Tug
[ WFLL-
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L- '>TOf
LlGTfipj I AM MXJR
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pa*teuse Maclean* eray eta/.
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BY ALEX RAYMOND
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BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES ?

AJVP FROM BOAT TO PlANE-%
THINKING All THEWHtLE |
THAT HE iSQiOHtlHCE I
tM / 7//W */* CHANCE THE PHANTOM
Si/^i OUT OF NtWCl TY&OtiS eiOTHEt
jr

M/e KEWtAPt HIMtf&IM rm I
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J BONI KHOWWHBU I'M.
6Olll6,BllTAL0NOA<
[TKJ3 PlANtTAKlSMC TO <
i:
They're all fixed!
lixcd prices! And identical parrs! That's what m
gel when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine
lord spare parts are sold at low, fixed prices-
and every one of them is made from high qualitv
materials, to hnc limits of precis, engineering, and
checked and counterchecked for accuracy. We. as
Mil lord experts, know that only a genuine 1 \>rd
pare will do a satisfactory job in a Ford I hn a
why we alwavs l,t theman c
nanntnl OBI
Charles McEnearnev & Co., lki.
LINES WE WANT
YOU TO SEEM

LADIES!
SPUN SILK
A VERY HIGH CLASS
QUALITY {s
! It's worth a lot more (or \
;J Quality. The shades are ;.
superb.
3 wide UM per yd. }.
GENTS!
PIN-STRIPED

m NAVY" o DARK MOWN
56 in.. $8.47 at
THAW'S
Lr
\ I'r Win ItaHy <*l Sw*n *t
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SUNDAY. JAXtARY u, ug.
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
ANN C l NCOuflU
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gftTATB pel * " i
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PERSONAL
test. :e is i > ' p
MOMS *< ">
1 1 *-
cabin M.mm '-^JStJ"""'.^
-T-1 or* fitted tluud^ifl"" '
.colon aenvy '
CAMEIiOT, Crtehwa Road, -landing on
.nar^ c ~"_=-
,il fl^r. " ream. > b^roomj.
rch wtUt running wl*r. t-"<"". '^
c HllJiS SliN^HIkl T,.',UfotSlt"
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partition. Bwh pipe
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nn>M throurh 'h <*>" ," ""
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TH* publkc arc hby wnwd MainM
pvln cndii i my wt* JBTWA BABB
hm UtWEi m I d* net now myMll
r*vorlbl lor nr or anyon* * >"-
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iMtom y wiltUn ordT Wn*a by mr
WAI.TW BABB.
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if .i-sir. T* - v -
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to G I. W Om*C M h* r< m f
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1MB WABjp >rvr CORBIN^ m I do noi
hold rrmi' rn^wiBiin* ioi br or uny-
nv rlM ronlrwtliM fiy dM or dtrot*
M my MM urO* by wr!*n ord
.nd by in'
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B wtH oBW tar -ir
IT Hijn 3(rtt. PWa
of Jaauary
Hcu
AtM Unity IliKh Srhool
rvrroLD -1 > i i
Rl-orCS 17TH JANUARY
fj.mnri Cam MotMUy IWt lf
Bnlranc* Fa if 00
Camarrrrlal Subjarta Uugh*..
"Ill atlmtlon flvm to backrd
BUBOt.
JOSEPH N SIBnniXHI>
H>dfnaita.
u r m
Tl- mr^iaay ar D**lnf
,alkd "pAJUmUX" W UW --
ihrra*.. I ......' UB ar^r* '
mask* at tta Bark mm-it* Th Baa
badoa rouniBrr-
iMowtlon any daj aa^-- -
brt*#n tha hoMW ml *. fff -
on aBpll!lon to tb Mnant M ">
Tor l\.h*r parHculam and condiilon*
of B.V.. ^rijirCATTORD CO.
1 M-n
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
TW Bcliool will now rr-oprn on Tura-
Mr llth Inat Thrro ar* vacancMr lor
boyi who may apply accomaJUad t>y
Ir parrntayfuaVdUna on Monday HBB
X. A LYVCH.
Principal
14 1 V In ______
WTIBJLOW-.. CatUr Waah. "J*^*?'
Ji-nuarv, P^*ruary. Mareh May. Juna
BtroM Ita-J.. * * a .
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busdobb rrtxumm-N* m *~"
IN MEMORIAM
rLLENMAV BSLLAB -a '' ',M
lk J>
saf< -iIf!* aalhrtrd In.
octow. lar If
Ood ha- wi^m iron ') '"''
iwn, ihU fntah >
..
FOR WALK
HKillwiNDB, Carttla-aaah rr
.nlha o Paftniary and BUren Dt
.,..,, l* i - .
NnwHAVEN*. Crana Coaat full>
furnlaMd. Gaxagoa Brrvani U#
M.p.rb balhinc ba.ch rrbruary. Bta.
,... Phone 4418. i I - I !__
Mruat* 4 Harilna>.
( HL'WHUX, Mav*waUa CMM. I bed-
,.,*-, nghl..d-w* to beaefc. fully IW-
rtiah- A^.ilabW frara March Irt
Apply B-lph A Brard. Bart*'j>fl Al*-.
rVRNIBKED FXAT-At Coral Sandi.
Wonhinf Unan, and Sllvw. Oood an-
balhlnf. for further parturulara Dial
1M. Alma LdahWy. ' *,k^' "
111 amtaidanil Tltl afp- *> at
mm* Omcr in Jam* Strwt. BTlBjii jrn.
M rriday lb* rth day o* January lt.
The DwelUn* Houa* caUad "BCVLAM"
ind th* land lharaia beAaaiBI
^4IT aquarr fret,
Tn Dw*llin Koua* comprlaM Cloard
Gallery Drawln* and Dinln* Rooma. '
i;edroomi. Draaaing Boom, Toilet Bair
,i.O Kitchen with Betinc. Water. Ga/^
. (1 nd n*r\aMM Tolla*.
kimet-ilon any day between the noun
cf I a m and 4 p.m on application on
''twXiSr avUciUan and cond.Uon.
HUTllllNSON BAJfFIBLD.
BnHfUm
LYNCHS SECONDARY
SCHOOL
RESULT OF EXAMINATION AT COMBERMERE
SCHOOL
AT OM Entntnc. ..m.n.tion. held ( Conrturmer. *h''""
* lOlh. 268 ea.nciid.tes prntd thmlt. Mm 0p
C.d!d.t .or f-p..ng vacneie. o. a. C.ndld.1- lor Schotar-
-"-DiSS-1 &TZ vISS o. eandld., .:. #- I
""^The awardi of whotanh.ps by the Htflfl authoritiei 1U b.
announced by them in due course.
Ml turceuful cand.dates. who are newcomer* should report to
Om School on Tueaday. January HlK. al 10.00 a.m.
List of Candidate- who qualifitd for Admisaion to Combermere
School mb a result of the Entrance ExammaHon held on January 10th.
A. OPEN CANDIDATES
HAMI
Cnchlow. Uncoln *"*
TMwIrlT. Kth ftandolph
Small. Rawle Milchinaon
Gibbon.. Ilmer -<*"*.
Sanditofd. Geora..- Del.nH-
Hind.. Joaeph f.
Smith. Olyne Ivarard
Clarke. Satl Byron
Hai-r.i. Charlaa Norman
Rirhard.. Clyde Robert
Raid, William Walter
G.aham. Rudolph Valentino
Kin*. Kenlletah Dennl
Brankrr. Rawle Cocil
Kina-Jonea. Deamond rticara.:
Kin. John Randal
William*. Uonol Loon
B. Coorlitey Emaraor.
McClaan. Ralph Stanley
Bo-well. Keith Carl.naford
Giiien.. Samuel ^^r'*"*
Whimndton. Der.*n McH.idh
Mottley. flrtdae Deidhion
Barton. Nlfel Crantley
ClrocK. BUir nhelbert
Murray. HendaMon Shelley
Medford, Koith Alfred
Lvie. Cameron AMnmetton
Greenldro. Honal DfC"""
Nile*. Ronald Aooiphua
Simmon*. Hevlll* KaUh
GibM. Wilfrid Choatarflotd
Jordan. William Deamond
^HIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamshipj
tOt'TRBOt N
NAam or aaup
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LADY a*rtLOBI
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LADY RODNEY
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LADY RODNEY
1-^IY NELSON
LADY RODNBY
LADY NBLSOB
rjjj] no "AM* SCT J
! r^,mMW^"oiUn-o
j -Innta* Wlnaton Loroy
Loahley. Kotth
j FrancW. Horace Alfred
I Bel). Gordon Oawell
1 Seal>. Clyde Maillond
a Lord, Jama Richard
!l -Aire-r Kero.-th Oliver Mae 4
Bwaholle. Orett TYOwor
TrpircH. Hem. Cdlann
rranklm. Darlliurban Cerone
Allman. Colin Vore
Hoyce. Merton Auattr.
Jaeluon. Bwlaaton Edward
Batn Neville McDonald
Mapp. Vernal Clarrr.ee
Mannall. Carl Barnford
Innto". Pttnca Albert
Sroly, Bondoraon PloaoraM
I Boat, Horbett DeLA.le
I PaaHllT. Errol Bertram
Raid, Dwni. McDorbot
Yound iMurralli. Oranlley
Annapolli. .
t Millar. Viacom Orvlll*.
I Herbert. Alston Dowanne
I Holder. Alrin 81. C.
a Squiroa. Harold Prank
i -larwli, Donli AJovaroUr
AI candidate* for Vntry 9choUr.hip..
SPBY nWJBBT
m bocih* i
M LTKCH.
for H*odm*'-T
THE PARRY SCHOOL
Teo Parry School roopmi on Mond
lanvary 1* al 4S p m
ULI Balla
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GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-A,^
ST. mCBABlS VESTBV SCHOLARSHIP
NAME
Howard, t I
W AVI I I.
AUTOMOTIVE
..! K.l.l
ralui and l>'w> at lodfamar. Wotlhinf.
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,rsrrrc"Ap*r"H.s
W~hd. CO B~e. W-thjrM.^
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perfect cotidliion Phone 3*0

IAKAWAV Bl Philip coeat. fully
furtvuhod. Oarar*. Borvant ";
llalhlruj beach rium Marcb la*. t*D
S month .-hon. 9. ,,,,, f.n
yon Bf*rT (Ml l*A#
. >US. Coral Rand Cap. '..-
Ruv.i Tho-lre on the Sea. fun.i.n-o
hed, 5 hodrooiri* and all i
DM ani
I ft 1 10- 4l,
Apply to O Layne. Ma*w*U.
( AK Standard Vanuard J
nuropoavd J"1* > )l,,t *"""*,lrw
KSana -ft routine overhaul al
, Work, on view -t CaMawa Oaraa*
MOTXJftCYCLK BIA M

p.aro. A ", M ..
Tir mi* ll> F*ro Motor Tr1.(.
Contact Courteay Garage
WHRSaVUnMr H. l-rei Fully
. botlroon'ed huuar for rent
.ih Vacant a. from lal
February. iPBt Apply P O Bo* 10*
particular!
IJ 1 SO In
Tilt; ur.derdgned will offer for Sale at
Ihra* (Jfrle* No. IT. High Street. Brtdg.
town, on Friday BRh day of January.
1M0 al > p.m
Thr Dwelling Houo* cllod ?f*K
mt u th* land therrtb. eonUUiung 4,1*
Mjuare feet, utuat* at tin Avmu*
The dwelling Houaa romprlea* Oaller.
Drawing Dining Room*. 1 Bedroom..
one wllh Dreaalig room and jnatng
WttCf hi each, llreakfaat roorr Blhlb-
rnet-*. Toilet and B*U.
Gai Installed. Servant a room ano
Carag* In Yard.
I.twetlon any day rscopt Bunday*.
I clwrcn the hour* of 4 p m and 6 pm
M application on tha promt***. *l
For further particular* and Condition*
I Stile, apply to -
COITUS CATTOUD <*
hi soan
HELP
SArE Large Second hand Iron Sal*
phone 4*44 ** aaan
THE ROSARY. Uppel Dayrella Road
me 4 bedro".ni"; wall en-

.u premitri or Dial na 1SI.W- in
BUMOALOW llaait Hall. 1'. mile.
,.in uiwn Two bedroom*, running
1
Top FUt ) bedroom, runnin* water in
i. MOM prr iiwnln Rm *
151.M Hn
T | re- it
l nm Dtoaol


OH SA1X OK BXNT-Farlry HUl.
St P*ta Old Plantation nouae nn
lartc ballroom. Dining room library,
fourteri. bodioom* etc Ideal lor convert-
ii4 Ui i-Miamim Club. For aeiai:-
Apply to Bradbbaw C^-mpany _(f ^
sHOHTllAND TYPISTMinimum two
year* experienceenodrral* *pMd*. g>aOd
.pelllng, ftvgllih *nd accurate iranecnp-
Um uential Adaptable to other dutle-
calllng for intelllgonc* m plaaaant Broad
Street office. Our ataff I* ***** '
vacancy. Salary up to FJO weeki>
uccordiiv* to experience llandwrite ana
if poeelbl* re-type application amd.ng
boU. to P O Box 1*4 B*"'<,owni
YOUrta IADY for our OrRco at Thr*.
Hovue* F-tory. St Philip For lurthn
particular, apply lo the Manager.
14 1 !
Slrnudo, Z. O
Hmbm L. V.
Goodridoo. R. ?. B.
MUllngtoBv I. L-
R**ch. E 0
Padmor*. R- E.
InnMs. W. L-
Hall. W. W.
R*vd. L. C
Clark*. T. C. L.
Blbby. FA.
Bralhwaitr, H. McD.
S*cklea. B. A.
GrifHth. M. L
Redman. O. M.
Archer. K. O. M
Bu-nelle. G. T.
Fordo, R- C.
Inniaa. V. C.
Waterman. K. M
Bat-on. R McD
f^EB XO NASfX
31 Herbert. A. D.
H Leon*. D. A.
34 Eatwlck. K. R.
M Small. R. W
M Goading. N. M.
31 Long. C. C.
H Beekl**, PR
3t C*ll*ndOT. V. M. C.
Bonnlstor, A M. M
41 Brankar. B. C
43 Blenman. D. Mc D
.1 King. J. K.
44 William*. L. I..
49 Bent. C. E _
44 Hunte. O. O P.
t Wladln*. K S.
i Cain. P. A.
* Hurkry- A.
\DVF,RTISE . 0
KB OM
EVENING
ADVOCATE
Pnbiiihed rrarr BbaWUr
with an loci uafttiff eiiwoa*-
tkm trary w*n*.
Tt* MV -CAR
accept Cargo and P
DnmmUa. Ai.tigua. _
nrvli and St Kltu,
Friday 13th Inat.
The M V DAERWO00" mm
accept Carao and Paaaaaran 7
SI Lucia. St. V.nceni7^^
.ind Aruba. Data of MlUag^T
glrm.
B.W.I. Schooner Ownorr J
lion iInc.i Tel. 4047.
gth January. 1M0.
B
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Eteork, B. B.
nmm7'L. B. W
. O. B
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. D. C
. P. A
Clarl
li.ms-. . -
Sealy. H. F
111.ill. K. A
Alloy no. C
Davia. D. St C.
tk-ock. A. S.
Qulntvno. v sir
Tudor. L. P _
Gibbi, W C
Crawford. W. F
Holder. W. L
C. ST. THOMAS VESTRY M HOLARSH1P
j NAME
l-iyti* Edward Alhonian
AnTUtrong, Karl William Co.
Already attending Combermere School.
Wh.ttimlUin, Dorian HcHugtl
Rnd, Horace Deiahti
HAMTli Tl FlBCBAJiE PBIVATEI.I
I4MAJJ. HOUBB. condition ln,-val*rla I
If locality good and price re^->nabie \ *ay
No Agent. Box A C B 0 *,* '
D. INW-E PROGRESSIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP
HOAIIDEH
n a qurt homo
15 1 SO !-
NO NAME
1 Maynard. Noel ODoni
< Inniaa. Wuuton Loroy
j lleadtoy. Barton Hool
4 Archer. Kenneth Ol.v
Donald
Forde, Raphael Char lea
MiOean. H*'Ph Stanlrv
itevnold Edwin
ABKTON 0a IM Maxwell Chrlrt
| .ny Ftimiahcd
Four Bedroom-. Drawing and Dining
,.n Verandah overlook nig the aea,
,iii all Modern < onvemorrfoa Dl*l
W1 or Mil 19 1 S0an
1*1 III II SAIIS
M )'
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iAaTin
POULTRV
ELt-CTBiCAL
iji'
PIlOl
lite* Price rtoO 0>
I iHvtnf laland H
> UK
II 1 4n
atlLTlON
I'lHIM NOTMCK
NOTICE
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
liY inaUuctlon* received from Uir In
uram-e Ageni> 1 -in m>i! -t the Oonr<-
.. i.'.i nm-ji. atrort
u HIIIIAY lOlh al 1 pm 'li l<
A 40 Auatii i
,'INCKNI '.lUJr'ini
rut
a-TuVE O E C
32Smnn. one ,-*. ** l ,o ofle.-
, ,fl. Se.W.U Airport Plwn
HJ a RADIO II '
Man b
"pp..,.
H .1 a "" "'-"' ''f
phone MM_________________*" M '"
KURNITURE
ni.Mii iti-- aHrtB iBawMfl
WHO comprutng tH Sctlo* l> ***!
I Morrl. Rock,.
WOf ed < 11 bneaeing Table .
Mm .Modern. Ill Cboal-oJ
.li Kitrhon C*bln*4 III two. I *
trdei 111 *''*H Birch table ..' I
table All can b- aeon b*tw*i-i
4 C Bancmft. BaBWoU *"*,';', ^ ,'
Tender, ar* invited for Ihe exclu
*-ve nghl lo toll llquota *tc *n
to a*r%* lunoh*. and t** *t Ken
atngton Oval during th* Tourra-
vpproxlmalelv from Febru
ary mi to February Hat I
Tender* *r* alao tnvllad for th
tijr.i..i'..iiim ei ihe BrltiUi Ouiaia-
T.-m Irotm AMkovlllo Oua*i Hou*.
Die oval dortiul tha totirnamant.
.1 roach the undarwgi.rd
at C F HaiTtaon Co*. Office
not Ulor_lhan 4 p in on Monday
January Mrd _
. Tho AaauiiaaiBP doo* not bmd U-
fir to aceopt mo kiwoal ">
PWAW1
THE BARBADOS CKICKET
AJBOCIATUiN DM
w r HOYOS
mi 11-: lo laiai
a i an
WlfW Eligible
fivorrod with tw ....-----
utturnl habit.. *e*ur*ly employed. ..
a* perinaneM home life, dealrea '
na.i*. ilevoum affeciional*. undeotaiio-
ir,g wife int*rert*d appl.rai.ta kindly
reply with recent picnir* to L M P"'
Omc* Box 44. Bronx Central aWMN-1
V.e.MNY.USA ^^
Those cand,d.l tn L,. B. C and D who are not oflered a Scholar-
, p-thu. I ,h,D ^!. on apol:.l.on !o the H..dm.ar either ,n -MUM or by .
jHiaM. t SKIT*___, .. .. f^-oa.in. vacancy.
"hiy, niav. jh *^v'"-""" --------------
j personal visit, secure a fee-payint vacancy.
POSITION
YOUNG 1ADV 'Good referenc-.
di.re. poalUon * car*t*k*r. ordorl'
. family willing to alaop M
,. K .'. Ad^c- __
v. ANTED Young Lady with kno'
r.lfr of .horthand and typing for |*nerai
MRce work Appl^ in writing to L J
Ailuani. M^rkiUi Co Ltd Hf.ii
Slieet 1 1 -l
gflXI-l THINK
lunoe uaMi. all
Cedar Dl.il >1M
Boar)
UtDaTTAI) Oi Gent, double Bed
Mead ft Spring. Hair Mailrr-. i
WECHAMICAL
ES Hercula* SUv*r King, o
term*. *ll mrdol*. In M**n and vn bUci
A .*C..LM JJ5_U
UlwB THE SILVER
IIAHMEI
tin luroalii^ ITili b) iluU-t'lton.
k will -.11 al w tnte.-i.4ii aU.
Prter. a lot f AsUiiiM- and -thri
Hem*, which iniludea:
L andeUhrae mid c.uidlMlicka,
iss Bowla.
KUtMBB, Large Wauvr. Taapot
Sht-mclu
.11 Knives and Forlu.
I tita, i.ii-ru Jugs ic. It.
HlvCi Vegetable and Entre
DUhea, Cake Baaket. I
in PLtlw, Coppti
V. TBTAPMl BR4J
I iiiinini: OtMUB, Bm
. ipoMCElM -nil M.ijoll.ii
If Gluts Decanters, Bowla
and Glasses; Very Beautiful Jap-
anese Cabinet Inlaid with Mother
>f Pearl and Gold; Old Mbugn>
Liquor CaBM Fri'iuli and Spanish
Cbest of Drawers. Flat Top Desk
and Revolving Chair; Upholstered
Arm Chairs; Ceylon Screen In
Copper and Ebony; Brass Floor
lamp; Telescopes, Field Glaaaea.
bts, Suit Cases and many
other Hems of value
laia 11 45 a'clock Tenna t aah.
BRANKKR TKOTMAN A CO.
Auctioneers.
It 1,60 2n.
MANTIS OlMSBfATEtT
rlfSK Ono Hi CMrk 'FVmalei to
tip nu-ithly account, and ferteral boon
-,ir in umce Salon HO 00 lo 1*0 l-
ii iitonlh, depending on qualification.
*.Bgd] hi pea-aon wiUi r'"cn apolica-
ii-ii to the Secretary. Rikaioin aaoihara,
p.iv Street H I 90m
i
PR0DUCTI01I 0F rANCT MOLASSES 1949-50
All persons wish.n. to manulacture F ANCY MOLASSES.for the
!.;pratror perml-ion to manufacture Fancy M.lw for pur-
pose, of export cannot be considered g ^ ^ ^^
Secretary.
Fancv Molasses Control and Marketing Board.
* 15.1 SO3n
NOTICE
I ,l.lll "'filial I lirr-MTWll
Sak
IT** Pi**aet Macaal' Art lfo4
IM4I 4) & M
ON Tufoday tho Itth day al January
i** *i Iho hour ol S o'clock in the after
,-n) .in be rold at m omc* k* the
(i,,.i bidder, -
AH that certain ptec* of Land contain
[.- *bom I rood* Mt, parchM aiiuat'
,Nulal. of Saint Mlokael biitllng ana
-Mutidlnf on land* now or late of om
i. F Rook, on two aado* on othoe pot-
ion, of a right of way. on land* now or
ic of th* *ol*t* of on* l^danan de-
i..Hd> and on tha Public Highway at
l)con. Road togeUier with meaaaug* or
Walling naogaa, lU-Udin*.. Ac. called
thrtwooff- Ihoroon and all aagfa
'Au-'h^Tfrom CECIL MW1MMMON
1AIUXX lor and loward* atlMact|pn.
Ml Br*a DogamoB to b* aai.l on day
\rz?z* ..-
4l* will b* kept Jpon and a .ubaoq-eoi
will be fixed for arid aalo
V H >. ROC31XtlfM>
A* Prooo-t kinMi
Provofi ManBaT* Ossa*.
ard Jonvarr mm.
WANTED
u
Anmieatonor* o Highway* ol
of SI. Thorn**. > too* ".
r lb* .lut'aurtty of TK* Bali
Kiglx
... Loan Act >
Sealed tetidM*. marked on tho eJMOaypc
Tindr*. tar Loan', wig be received D
me not later than 31 at January. IPJO. l-.i
il... loan ol gl.aw ai a rale of intorr.
Ml exceeding; 4% Ono tenth of the
principal of th* laan W'U bo repaid
annually comfrMMwinf on* year ifter Ull
datr of iha loan Tondaia for a part
ol the lean, moat be In unita ol ltd
r r pru.RiM.
Clark to the Comnu la loner*
ef Highway. SI Thomaa
14 1 W an
MI5CELLANL0US

Concrete work Round MUd Steel n-t
. uvch A B Taylor Ltd
Coloring* SUoet. DUI 414* ^ ^^
GAiVANlKCD SMBBTB 4 ft. 4S ft
Auto Tyre. Ti-f.lgai Slire
MSI, I l.BB-4 f I
aoajJEDOM ITlOM F1BX Wtal a Fir*
proof Saf* with door* aicuied b
coeofcinatlot. lock
More Sc. m- your rec*rd* Conlat
* S HRYDEN A SONS ik .
ii ii at Tu*. rn i*u
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. FBRREIRA of "Chlfovlll*'* Upp*l I
Bay St inear aaplaiaadai by Chiropractic '
method eocTOcte dlaoaaoa of aya*. aarx '
aoo*. throat lung*, itoovacb, kidnaya aad
lowat i ail Dial *l
Aatriwura of -
Glaa*
ntJUBat a* **orr ownp. -
14m old Jewel*. So* aWrar. W*t*r-
rnloo,. early boa**. M*pa. AutogTapb*
- at Gorrlngoe AnUOAa* Shop, adgota.
etc *i Goiitngoa Ana
but Royal Yer.it Club.
C.reoxti
TAM1KI
-
per*-- F S s
Dial 4**. 43-S3 S
aTiai. 8KEBTB: 1 IS,
, vatloua Uie* A
Trwtalgai Street. Dial Ml
> T:. i* Co
It La* HI
INDEX IHE SILVER
HAMMER
On Thursday 10th b> order of
Mrs. H. O. Cnchlow we will sell
.-..re at "CarlUd
i which Includes rjoubVs
End Scttev Carved PcdcsUU,
Upright Chairs,
. i d Ornament Tables
.louiid Tip-Top Table. ..11
h t paiaiCw
m and
I'-iiunigs. Glass
Tabk. I) mi.tile Iron
rlnas and Beds;
Utcaaing
i Prcag. palntcti pink;
I'en and
kng Table.
nan Press;
t acads and Deep Sleep
r
Vacuum

|
BRANKEK. TKOTMAN
Aucti
50-ln.
NOTICE
l-tkl-B OF ST FETES
Th I brtdgw* In th* *Ctlon of ro*
Mdlng n*mTBkiorobol Chapel HUl to the
Bultic *r* too wwot lo carry he*>
traffic -v* an. .loood to- luafc -or
rlaav? ttoJBc uaing ***** do ** *t Saeu
uwn riak
By ordor of In* CoenmJakm*i*
Startling Predictions
In Your Horoscope
Your Real LU Told Frw
WouM Ton Uko to know without an-
com what tfce Star, lndlcata tor you
Inaaoctor of lnghway
COrsSTRLKrnON NOTICE
W1BEN about to conotrurt. 1 KM
nd can be at your aorvtc*
-. wnaU or lang* Aim Plane .
mirnata* Wrtte: Gordon Arkkiir Wa
5a, Airy MIU. 81 Ooors* Bdo*
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
INCOME TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income la $1200.00 per annum
or over from every other person whose income is 720 00 pa
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporatad, societies, persona engaged in any trade or profession, and I
owners a* Land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during tae paat year or not.
Forma ol Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment ArTR THB 1ST 0\X OT JANUARY. USD. and the forms
,iul> filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
respect!** dales : l
1 Returns ol persons whose books were closed on the 31st |
day of December, 194.11, on or before lb* 31st day of March, j
18*0.
2 Returns of persons whose principal place ol business Is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1S0.,
3 Returns of all pet.ona, on or before the 31st of January.
150.
r. CLAI3MONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties
NOT*.: Any aeraea falBBg te make his return within the due
dale will be liable to a line not exceeding 100 and
ael Less than 2 aad will be aeeseruled unleaa a salls-
* atari naeea a given.
10.1.5*.I in.
fOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUB
bACCAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFETS
Consul (
SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE
For Paciing
For Shipping
For /ngurance
For Preference
RepresenUt^es^n_gJU^n^?^onSiof9th, wo*
ALL BARBADIANS KNOW AND APPRECIATE GOOD IK
that's why there is such an Increasing demand far
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RU
(With the Distinctive Flavour)
If vou are a Visitor to this laland try this Blend of lea
and you also will enjoy its Distinctive Klavoar.
SIP IT TO EX JOY IT.
Blrnders - -
JOHN II. TAYLOII 4 SONS LTS
Dial 133J. RoeeecsSt
F I It E!
THE GREATEST HAZARD OF AU
_ inaoaw
Where There's Smoke, There's fire
tT
Where There's a "ROYAL" Policy
There's Security.
THE ROYAL LiSURANCE CO, ^
welcome your enojiUrtcs. through theie AgeBwt
DA COSTA & CO.* LTD.

I CANADIAN INVESTMENTS
bought at 55 per cent, premium or exchaw>
(switches) arranged.
_ ytair pan
tiling and w**k pfl
>our ehanco to loat
NOTICE
| t*H Ihrougjn IM ".edluni lo reluri
SMCn lhanka la u* Elector* for ihrt.
i.ial Mid unaUnled upport In rlectln
m as a V*iti yiiuui
I mt you ahall *la'
eiidearaur to do my utniort boat lor Ui
i f th* Pariah
Thanking you maot dnceroly.
BUAtWOBTM KOtJlBSt
NOTICE
I tBLTON CLUB
Member. *r* invltad to **nd In inoUon*
tm the annual Oonoial MaetiOd of tad
Ciib wkKh wUl bo held al the Barbed.-
Klatinn. avnaaugue Lane.
T-ead* Hat Januai. IBM. at 7 13 p ...
Th*** motion* mu*t be in the hand* of
th* Secretary before th* Itlh January,
L E FTOUTE.
lion Socrrtary
111 M~ts
gMMlaaMs fm
,u. !*? Hor* h
nn ih* *kiu oi
Pundit Tabor*.
India* moat Saw-
ui Aatrologtr.
who by applyli n
Um anckwil ati-
enc* lo u*-l .1
purpeao* bat
built up an a"
able reputation'
Th* accuracy ol
hi* revdiotlom
and the wui.
practical advlc-
conUuied in hi*
Horoacopoa oa
Buatneea. Spocu
lau.ni. Future*
Mi B aaaataa,
LaUerM*. Tl*e-
UtlgaUon. Luck]
u.------------------------ have aa*ou*ia*<
Mlurabad poopat tha world ov*r OKOttOB
HACKJEV of Now York beltev** thai
Tabor* * **** so*a* aort of faffcond-
T? ilgiltkiwa hj* aprtam Tabore will
and you FSUDX your Aatxal tnlorproUUon
a you tot-ward your full naax* lab
Um or Ulai. addroaa and dal* of blrU
aB a**rlg wrBtaa by youraalf. No
a*f wonaag for AiirologKal work,1
ventago *4r but aand 4d in B P O Nr
Staonpo or Coomi tar Uudnary. toetl-
moaaal* anal otaor lotareali.,
,i wUl ho amaili al Uw ronarkabl*
tirocy of ha MUamU about -w and
ir aSaur* Writ* bow m Uu* afftar
may not bo aMdo aawan Addreu
PUNDIT TABOBJt iDopt. SlJ-Bi. Upper
Forlrtl Street. Bombay IS. India PMlag*
at hxdu las*.
VACAHCT FOR A gXMIOR IfAITER 0RAMMAR
SCHOOL. DOMINICA
ApplicaUons are Invited for the vacant pensionable post of
Senior Master. Dominica Grammar School. (The Government Sec-
ondary School (or boys). The average attendance for 1948 was 140.
2. tTuoHAcwtioaa. Applicants should bold a university degree
and be) qualified to teach Latin and English up to the Higher School
Certificate standard.
3. Salary. Tha salary seals is ($1,M0 x $120$2,400). and con-
sideration would be given to appointing a suitable applicant at an
appropriate point in the scale In view of his experience and qualifica-
tion.
LONDON SECURITIES
bought and sold promptly through Stock Eh**
brokers.
BARBADOS BONDS and SHARES
(also Trinidad) bought and sold. QuotaD***
request to:
A. M. WEBB
Dial 3188 STOCKBROKER Hetin *^
15S, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown.
(Over People's Pharmacy)
pa
4 Bonus. A cost of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten
rent on salary.
provided and no allowance Is
paid in lieu ol such.
*. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations
and Brovsatea made for Baatatae.r towards leave passage overseas.
5. Quarter!. No quarters
paid in Lieu oi such.
_ towards leave passage overseas
_. m PVar ilppelmnu-ar. The officer's passage on first
appointment win be pale, aa well as that of his wife and children
of school age, not aeaaaang fear, if they accompany him or follow
from the date of has *rsl appomtmenl
of Jere*ee. The otseer will be subject to Colonial
seal General Orders
*. Cleats* Date. Aaastcafe!*. stating
him wMhta
*. Ctackse Dale. Aaussca*>ne, stalks, the avaacants age.
laaaeatlgaa an* teaching experience, aad indicating the earliest date
i whack he could assuaae duty should he addressed to His Honour
Doaanlea. to arrive not later than the list of
DIXON & B
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AlX'TlONElM
-I 111 KUIIl- _|
Phone L.i.i Plantations aw>w
SELECTION OF SOME
PIIOPI III || s for iaMl
, 1M*
1) J. HAMILTON MAURICE.
Education Ofncer
13.150 3n
The >iall St. MicRa.)
fallalMry-. Gun Hill
;:!-5-'-.^reXU-,
Sadilawle'' HaatiiUkr. Baa
li'a)saV 'X, v-
I**W Bungalow, W
Carlton St. Jgi
Ubanh-. Cbrtsl *jni
' Maynard*". St. Pt,r
Uttle Batalty.-. St. Bcter
Boumaika". Day rail* Koad
ca Maxwell*
. Kent
- ^-^ VHl..
Country Bom**. St. Jgmr* Coart
Houaaa. BaUeviIle
Bungaloo
Houaea. Maxwell*
Houaa*. Fontabell*
Pinfold Houat '. Pinfald Street
Cold Sprtod J*STo*L
a-awS-jS-**
St>,
.______awn***
......as '-' "'
Many properties and land are not adverusel ^
informauon concerning them may be obtained W


s|AHVV .1 V.NTARV 15. 19S0
Chinese Seize U.S.
Consulate In Peking
SUNDAY AIlVlli
0 from pw *
IhaniMi !*
"Jp communists app.n-.nly- reporters thai hi, >,.,,
25d American jlmS""
",,' lr>dav. Assistant Sec-'
*!,', suite.' Walton
Si. sa.0 ">"' ,ncre WM ""
JET would be permitted
IlT. China. Communications
? . American tv.nsu.ate sun
"feSna, he sain, had n,.t be.:,
leraotea so Or The compound
"L over by the Communist
jErtlies Amer,-
2iortl Peking- Mr.
CrWorth -old that son*
Srode' lad been rem
^ adjoining compoun
had been destr.
(jpublican Senator. William
SKnduld...'-
j m-dav Ihe
that policy submit their restgna-
lions to the Presldenr. so that th
nation may have a new team in
whom the Congress and
told
.lemm
- aimed
at Mr Walton Butter..
sistar.t Secret.ry o: Sute tor F
Eastern Affairs, who announced
the Peking development!. If -.-
policies of the Far Easten:
ion are approved by Sreretarv o-
l!!"... "." ..Ac.hMon- ,n show
flu lum too Senator Knowlart
said.
The Senator said that ih.
Chinese Communists had greeted1
with new unfriendly lets !
^'"'Truman's announcemc--
the United states would IMl
further Military Aid to the
J NatlcfcalUrl ,; ...
Jrmoia. Democrats, as well
PAGE THIRTEEN
ROWLANDS
MACASSAR Oil.
BALDNESS NOT
ALWAYS HOPELESS
Bakincti, wLuvb h mucb more
enwoa BfTiinff men than womcfi,
it retarded by both with do link
Trrchenuaa.
Who, the hair root, art dead
thg^'aDWhingyoucandoahoutit;
but Tery often the reoti are not yet
Jdmerely wcaaJy or unnealthy
ftwn neglect or malnarrioon and
vto be restored to hearth and
"Stiff by carefal aneeOoB oo
c*etunea acme linn.
IB ihia cotucctioi. Ratrland'i
Macatar Oil hai been found to be
INSURED MOVING!
m
urraluaMe Tte bstwtbat qualities
of Mii-bi Oil form reedy ua-
soraee far the nanual oil. and per-
form la turn roiu where the natural
a] tmpared.
The iriauuuu for near-bald-
qom it fmllv erpauoed ia tar leaflet
inucd otlh each bottle of Rotrbod'i
Macassar Oil 8u.ihe.ir wiser
coarse N to aM Rowhada Before
hair rroobks oetm. A eery brae
rubbed area Ihe icalp each day will
keep your ban beauafuUv froomrd
tad free from hair disorder)
The man faiMooaHa Heir OraaUng and Toa/c for oeor It
as Hepubilcans." d'iap'layc,"":. "oVJ I ^"""""-"-""l.....IIIUXJUU*
.... nopumicans, rtisplayccl angry o
reaction to the Comrr.iiiiisi
at Peking Senator llric:.
Mahon (Democrat of Connecticut. I
'aid: If this is a move towards
- -------- towards
forcing re-ognillon ihev 11 ,
making a grave mistake." Senator
Owen Brewster (Republican)
said the Communists have
ij^S* Stales admlnls>lrnti..n
aikills responsible for Amer.c:i.l
J3fcyt, wards China.
Senior Knowland's demand
la M ii.lcrvicw as angry law ._.
'*"* ,'"'."% ml ,- ' 'l.mmcd Ihe open door on China
Es classify Chinese Cornmun-1 ln our laccs nnd d ^
Si, -outlaws and shun any )., foeusses again the necessil
KtaaaUc dealings with thc.n f understanding what Moscow's
K^ultof Communist seizure i control means to the on-
i American Consular property .! world." Representative. John \
W* ,,.. n.. 'Den;rat. West Virginia) Chi
Senator Knowl.nd said tli.'i man of the House Foreign Affairsl
Sale Departmei.l nnnounccme.il, Committee, said. 'The onlv thing!
avday thai -IrawinKl to do is simply break off"oll re-1
,ajnjl United SUtes 'taffs frn,;, latlons with Ihe Communists and
I s || SALE
-> iti.JSf un,drsind will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17.
S . street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27lh day of January, 1930,
v- al z p.m.
^ h. 7" Dw'"in "" called "CAKUMEM" and Ihe land
v thereto conUining 10,770 square feel, situate on the Sea Coast
S "I SI Lawrence Gap. Christ Church.
O Inspeelion on applic.tlon lo Miss Kathleen lluntc, "Brat-
J Ion, Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357.
For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :
COTTLE. CATFORD & CO.,
11.1.5015n
DONT WORKT
tan* us takx cam; or Alt.
your woemuos
Poreofml Sap'.
Ptione UO>
RAaBADOt ItBNII.ar Kl lldlf.
NOTICE
: SJuS.-ribers lo The Bar-
v bados Advocate Newspaper I
Belleville and sunound- \
o mg districts, are asked i0 i
V p.iv thalr ih.fc......
\ fro
-; :',:
S Col
J till
:J
'v,v
^ ~v..., l, luln Ave Belle-
J viUe. For any further m-
J formation. Dial 2287.
It 1.50Jn. S
,-...
EflBautuft China "underscor...
0k result of OUr bankrupt China
pabcy The Senator has been a
fBdiienl and outspoken critic of
til policy. He said, "It is now
k* thai * men responsible for
>,'.',''''-,''''''-'''-'--'-'''-''''',
a pHisio Tiir.BAey T
.pplled lo a X
,-iire lleeav. A
gel our people out."
Smw Lint-s
ENAMEL WARE
BASINS MUGS
BOWLS l-LATES
Also CIP HOOKS
aOuTIt HINt.s
WAI.KINti STICKS
In Time for the New Year!
Mn MARIES: PLATIGNIM PKNS: PENCIL SETS: CRAW-
roBVa ASSORTED SWEET BISCUITS: GENTS TRAY
PURSES and WALLETS. LADIES' PURSES
COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
DaiPaoaea: 2M1 4*41 NIGHT 81 -41
H It O II A T IDS
THE NEW GENERAL PURPOSE
HOUSEHOLD WASHER.
Hasrevolutionised washinK Il is the sciemitic
way lo drive din right out of clothes and fabrics.
Riving them new lonq-lastinR cleanness and fresh-
ness. For BROBAT SUDSeven when used in
hard waterleaves no scurf or scum clinging lo
delicate fibres. It hustle* out deeo-seated grime
and restores colours and beauty. BROBAT
SUDS is certainly the wizard washer-up !
Jo A ths fiatisA Jjyps o# LVhsAs Qualify, ComfahJi and
CotwswjuuiB QouniAike...
CAi\i\Oi\ GAS
HOTPLATE
.... IS THE ANSWER
See them at .
YOUR GAS SHOWROOM, Bay Street.
THE AQUATIC CLUB and at the Local Agents
Messrs. W. B. HUTCHINSON & Co., Marhill St.
BARBADOS CHORAL
SOCIETY
THE Annual General Meet-
ing of the Barbados Choral
Society will be held al the
Cathedral church House on
Tuesday evening, 24th Jan-
uary. 1950. al 7.45 n>m.
Music for Ihe new Season
will be Issued after Ihe
Meeting.
Thv /.../> tar Ihv Jnb !!
WE HAVE A SELECTION OF
CARPENTERS' TOOLS
est protection for modern transport
EEEEtilJT"
WHS IID WtlTHlllfOW. IOIDOs. [It
Soie agent, for aarbaan: IHt OOWDING ESIIIES i 1RIDIKC
CO. IID.. SftlDGETOM. B.RB1D0S. B.V.I. leleahone: 3171
raaubluhea
180..
I. IIHIIIUM Lid.
10 & 11 Roebuck Slreel
Incorporated
1021
\
l
\
\ What Have You To Offer
FOR SALE or RENT?
-;
Irrftiffe. Hulltlinn *i<** ?#
#/flV'V.
S Phone or Wfile ihe-
I HAKBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY
VISIT the beauty jpot of the island
i im.i; w inn noi i:i
IIAIIISIIIIIA
This newly erected modem hotel is .luale,l In Ih*
most pi< i i ,f the island.
TELEPHONE SJ276 FOB KKSEItVATlnv-
R-'.ms with or without private bath etc. We >.x
in Klsh and Lobster Luiiclicjiis. Well Stocked rj.r.
Hastings Hotel
Tel. 2336.
CEILINGS
FOR THOSE
we run supply -
Unitex, Tretex or Itru m un il
Wallbourih.
Obtuinulilr in the folluuint: 'nr-s. I \ R ft.. Ill v 12 ft-
!-ih (lllrkni-ss ;il II (cuts |kt mj. I[,
THIS IS (.OOD VAUIK FOR YOI'H MGftfeV.
s
CONCMTE PRODUCTS CO.
LODGE HILL
Dial 2798 Dta, 27M
MAKERS OF HIIIUIM. hum hs
28c. uili Jamb nr < nrurr
17r. ,. Halves
3f. <-jiIi (All Prices tx i.iiiiM.
-20 Tons without .uplurr.
lltlMIH. MMIIIIM I, WITH
\s thr Ordrr n( ilu- Day I
HOW TO III El II WITH THEM
I. U.MK EACH BLOCK IN HATER FOR A FEW M|NI'TEH (UlU la
DO NOT FILL HOLLOW PARTS
USE ..'' MORTAR ON TOP SURFACE AND SIHES
A DEFINITE ECONOMY
4. STRENGTH OF MORTAR SHOULD BE
I part Cemrnl: 3 parts Lime; 4 parts Sand Ml. Lime and Sand Hrst
then (emenl.
\LWATS IKE PLI'MB AND LEVEL.
WT FbIIbw Iheae Imtrurllons and >aa will have I ceod Jab I
I ONOHK IN I. iBOUR will Surpn.M
I si ill K BLOCE8 and vou will like them, ihev are Simple, vet Perfeet.
Ple.se tell your Krteadv We have had dozens
BST8 IN MIAMI HAM EUBWM hat Concrete Block Buildings with-
stood Hurricane Damap-.* better than any other type of Building.
Ileuin 1115b the Itiulil Wn> ....
THAT IS Till: liOKOTHY OBrW MAN
i k .,1 Dorolh) i lr) Pi i
Drop In Rnd i.-i ..' explain thi id help
bietiii
a
COLLINS LIMITED.
2S. liroud Slreel.
..-.-.--....,.-....-.-..-..-.-.-.-...-.-.-..-.-.-...-.-.-. -'.
~Hi
,11 I \l. ( \sll HUM S
AIR TRAVKI. SI IT t ASKS
MM lii.OTTKRS
CCICKTAII. SIIAKKRS wilh Inset Strainer.
PLATE GLASS and MIRRORS
All Ihe nbuve JtiM Received by . .
.ItiliiiMiii's Stationery \ Hanlwure.
WILLIAM F06ARH LTD.
INC. IN B.C.
CONTINUES TO
UPHOLD
THE TRADITIONS 01
FINE TAILORING
To-day. as ever before - -
FOGARTY'S is in the lead with
up-to-the-minute Styling for
Men's Suits.
High quality Workmanship and
attentinn lo details can
perfection.
ORDKU Mil K NKXT SLIT
NOW
We have the Finest rJeletllon of
Suitings in Stock.
W^
mm
MHNLL
I'.lllKH
I.AD1.K.S
SLICES
SCOOPS
SIMM!
whips
'- I lra I :
TINS
'. .>. SOU ARE TINS
TINS
CAN OPENERS
IMS
PASTRY TRAYS
ICING SYR I
VlgPI Is sou AND tlET
v..I > l;l..l nil Mi Ms
The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSE KM BARGAINS
Nos. 33 & a Swan Street
-: Phone:::: U0* or 210* :-


SUNDAY, I \MARV 15, last
Ohituarv
-I M>\\ ADVOCATF.
..
Jlr A.t Urvuw.
illness Mr Jowl
..ser ol the
: naia Snoe Com-
pany passed away In hi: ih jrear
on Thursday. January 5th.
Mr Friedman who was born in
\akia entered the Bala
Shoe lrm then- 29 vrars ago as a
Sales Clerk A tew years attei
ppointeri Store Manafer
years ago he was Iransforrr-
alMl where he held

death
Of a cheerful ant obliging man- that
. M- Friedman not only made jr.
UhelRuby" Dr. Hallinan
Two Days' Came Here For
Overdue Talks In 1941
On
m of the Bata Shoe Com-
panv in this island but a host >'
tanrtt, who held him in
high re*peel Hi* passm*
I it more o^nocia.
HHlWtm widow an
daughter iTipalhy
- ie rM m i


THE 312-ton (net) molasses
tanker "Athi'l Ruby" under the
command of Captain Lonsdale
which ha* been reported to have
left Trinidad for Barbados since
Wednesday, January 11. wai up
to \rsterd>, considered lo be
about two days overdue.
Cablegrams were MR
Barbados to Trinidad inuuirmit
IHlhW m BM it had left there
-rr came back itaUng
had left on Wednesday
Athel Ruby" usually reaches
port the day following its depsr-
n Trinidad
It was coming here to take an-
other load of vacuum pan mo-
usses.
Investigations concerning if
'..icatlon were being carried OH.
- ipatttd Rfun m
I Of socirty
He had a passionate for* Hi
iiurcs and at an early age be-
raOM a clerk with the old West
India ruajrjrnent stationed in Bar-
badu He also served at the St
leturninn
prints life.
He was the proprietor of an
lerated water factory for many
years and in this wav made many
l.i siness connections. In this
isoactty he was also highly rt-
. InOM with whom he
i buglfsM
He was married to Ufa
on who predeceased him many
vears ago. He now leaves one
in could daughter. Miss Ida Greaves. PhD
him from the path of duty now an economist with the British
as he vuoken and tJovcrnment.
manner he wM never- To her and other sorrowing re-
Um Advocate tat*
These qualities made cere condolence
CIILKCII SERVICES
>lr. .1. I rit'iliiiJMi
THE ' * his resi-
} nighl of Mr Arthu'
mintant of
Corporation al the psjB of 77 Hi-

cterv yMlerd.-iv in th'
of .1 large gat

-t-irret
Arthur I
man of sterling i alitlei Hi wi
l>r. T. J. HALLINAN.
wi i ii vv
id *un>i after 1'iphix
\Tliri)RAT. .. ...


- boo) p..
a i Me*tin I'-ea.'ie. Ueul H Raid
illl MB C. -1 \S|| s 1 I III IN || o|
I.Oil
Michael II
. at ant] 7 p.m Eldrf It II W.Ik-.
"ASK MALL M UlCfcMl 11 a ... and

sion hiu- si ia-ani 7 P . Btm-
BM a. A R Promt
'AH Bioinc
II .
;i
Evangel-

ll.l-l i w -, || si .
K ST 1ST.
riintsri
. Ineda.. I p.m
;.

llll ^ \ DOM I i III, i; >-. Ht R( II
: r r a i

I " Rev
V r O'Donohu* Siil.;,

i laiaral bruAdta.l. fralurea the
hallenaina C'hri.i nnlraj i-
leaNI a*
and nia-
!...>. HkH It. HadiO crp-

Jjr T J Hallinan, C.B.E.
*ho is now in Barbados tc
undertake Ml lOQjUir) III the 01-
tanisation of the General Hos-
pital, arrived on F.iday evening
bg H W I A. from Jamaica with
They are staying at
ROUM until n>-day Mme address
when they will go to the Haat-
H tel.
Dr. Hallinan told the "Advocate"
lay that he had a y.< I
i.tgc of this part of the
world as he wai in Barbados in
1941 for the Conference of Sani-
tary Authentic* of the Car b-
nssinjt
international sanitary qm
-:'iing the whole an-.i TWO
Ml visited Trinidad
ol i ibnUar
nature.
Dtrot tot uf Medical Bei
Jamaica from 1033-1946. Dr
Hallinan was a member of the
of Representatives until
Ms retirement in 1946. He was
also a nominated member of the
Legislative Council for a term
ind was Chairman of the Hous-
ing Board from the tune of its
inception in 1940 until 1946
He said that he Wai
pleased to be associated with
thai Board from its i
mk] dona some excallenl
work ;>nd whs still continuing to
fii> so
Federation Is
S.lvalion For W .1.
onry saivaiif-!
..ids, Mr. c J Garfunki
i .-.cssman of
Toronto. Canada told the Ao lo-
cate yeeierday.
Mr. arfunitel arrived rece'-.ly
on the I.ady Itodney" on his i s'
visit to the irland tor a holiday
Hotel
He sai 1 tha: he had visile:.
,1 the other I hOUghl
. great possibilities
uture
Ha Hm if/ji. lhal
should be more advertised in
Canada as it was only re-1
that he ei.rn: s when he paid a visi. to M
to get rcme lite.alure frLm the
tun Life lnii.t-.mce Buildm*
Qarfunkaj saiu that h
w(,\iid ! re urnlnsj >
.lOtKd that .us ^"ii .who i> .
itoeh broker In Totonto wc
able to < mm
io have a \.
i Year Old Injured
.i-.-yt.ii -mi'. Kaaiii >.ufc. -
ol Paonmre \ Uia
was ini.ir.--i AM
vad in an aectdem on won. >
Village Road, St Phil.p w........
cur r--^it) on ri.a-j ***<
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i .iy evening fter sne had bee'i
.ruck b> the rar X-349 on Gun-
site Road. The car is owned and
lrivcn by Kdiul Cham;
Lt at aie time of the acvidenl.
30/- FOR BODILY HARM
A riNK of 30 and 3 coctl
to be paid in 14 days i
fault one month's imprisonment
was imposed on Darnley Smitn
of Peterkin Liind on Friday bv
His Worih.p Mr H. A. Talma
He was found guilty of inflict-
ing bodily harm on Luther
i on November 26.
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Bunkers Here
BOYAL A..r.> SmvIc. Corpa
., . <.L,pins arnved al BU-
ous oa mxxm <" '-I* wrW'
... i irg
irua v.i: ii naa - natmga-
inc Coouiaay aawad from rl>-
...uuiri ana ii.-O-.- calls al Madeira
a. ....v.-m. i^ayi
Islands. From 31 Vlncenl it was
.,una lor s. l-ucia where 11 had
uxpeciea lo ounKer, but
lueii could nol suuply me coai.|
ia course was diverted lo Barba- ^
""the "Copiiuaj-. 450 ions, was :
uu.i. ill .1". mi"c sweeper
dlM was V...1...IIH out eacorang
ouuea on Um es. Coast ol Afri-
ca. Since inv war, it wai recondi-
tioned and nanded over lo the
Army lor carrying military pc"-
sunncl. Lalely, it has been en-
gaged as an escort for bomb dis-
posal vessels employed on the
loast of Scotland.
It is 165 feet long and has a
beam of 25 feel. It is equipped
wuh a single screw dtesel cap-
able of giving 12 knots. Its
draft of only 121 'eel made il
i-.sMitk- fi>i il lo berth in lln-
Careenage.
It has a erdW Of 18 including us
master Captain Watts who U
Barbadian. The officers of ine
crew are all from the UK. while
the other personnel are Jamaicans
The 'Copinsay" is expected lo
leave Barbados on Wednesday
next for Jamaica
llllMINICA HANDCRAFTS
COMPANY
DOMINICA MAKKETING
U.KNCY
have been amalgamated and
the business is now offlcially
known as the
DOMINICA HANDCRAFTS
COMPANY
Bridge & Trafalgar Strasjta
Fhone M15
CONCERT
(In aid of a deservingc.i,j
- in Uisi i .-. Suna Ma."
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i" *"" ..Mrnil .1 the alwva ... i
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(IIAIJCV MOUNT la am Sunday
II an M..IHHH Wunhlp 7 pm
mi Woiahip ti Sunday
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-i.a*i i.ii.-iaiB it,. ,
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.uaatun on Clniol la thr
Kate* Theae diKuuiuna U
I iiiiiImt. Dairy
Fet'd Arrive
About 102.000 feel Of whilo
pine and spruce lumber frum
and 5.600
ba^B of d.
arr.ved at Barbados ye--''
ts s N o Rogenaes."
:ng or this eurgu nuij
begin today and is expected to
npU*ted by Tuesday when
the vessel is scheduled to leave
. town for Georgetown
British Guiana.
Tho "N O Roftettaes '' .
(net* is i tragMar of Um
whose local raprasjanUtlvi
Mesan. PlantaUoni Ltd
11 was b*rt last yvai U) taki
I MlflN for Canada
i call in
vi-asels of the Saguena.
inals line.
Tei
B*B*M|
liaison Pvpn Up
Antiguu Hand
durlni hli ti'ri
wi-ek.< visit to Antiguu I
tlay and n*gh* wntinn and arrang-
l*1| music for Antigua's Police
Band. He is hoping to organize a
>ncert for Thursday 28th
He ia enlisting all musical talent
>f the island. In spite of his brief
May, Judging by the .inmunl Of
have l>erii boll) inUre-'.
Band will benefit greatly Ai Ma I
\f a good start
In Raiaon ara
intftftwd ertth Um
Riinil music he he;ird at tht
aaaar, ib. 4 am La

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lead .....nd labk dlwuui.
D.'.akialio" ul 'he Pound" Membe
are kperlallv aahed lo ahe tlil> a we
allrnde.1 .i,r*lin
i -.-a.t !! ti.i lorlal B.emi.
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.n be had free lm
n. QOkN
Ana ..f Ina Notn Doom
Football ciub en
i3th Janui loiiowing
i Mo (or ti"
oiiuiig season.
I Daniel. I'rvsHUnl. E. H
inch, Sevtctji>, i Cumber-
i. Assistant fiftcinoa. . I. rUJ
E 11 Branch Raprt
tentative on Trustee Oonunltlna.
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itch, i. i>...'.
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