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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE UMIIF'WI! I l.ll IKV Cahih Caliinq Women's WoiMcJ iVl Wii Hughes w '' months holiday Y.are OW bark for inif* h holiday. The> OSSM in on Sunday b from lUontrcal and are slaying Hotel. • %  NWdico from Vanexuela D R. and Mrs. Hum: • of Caracas. Venezuela are now in Barbados for a boll I arrived last week b) via Trinidad and are slaying at the Marine H Married On Monday 1 1 k %  Indtm turnle and head) of the firm of Me?.dnd Mrs. BarUn,. -' la as a c huaotU. Then many Dlanglfl them many years ol On Holiday R i include Mrs. Lewis Who bag hi inland and u mm mm Ling a Em days here before %  — %  %  A- p.tu.n^ ; ou ctocodile with a cold in its nose; The Wine ol Mme. Ikimwhave so far brought 731.421 hand-1 VET ..g*in thetacret of pea kerchiefs to the Zoo. Many were longing life has been discovered. flown from outlying parts, and an d, as usual, by fooling uooui iome had tender messages written J „-ith mice Oh. benighted men i un them in marking ink 'science' Have I not repealed>> Indignant commenU have beent to ld you that the Water of Youth made about keeping the troro-i which Ogter once found, gave out diles in water during the winter. I long ago? That fountain in th nd thus exposing them to the Enjoying Their Holiday M R Frank K. Beg*. I I %  '-ntly by %  ind Ihey ausui< %  ing it. o Law Student Successful N EWS baa bw i •. 8 H ,,,, U1 hi m Roman %  Avenue designer calls this one, (above) wlthits brushed From New* York, came two of | the ultra-short I960 hair styles. this one, (left) crisp, cropped and -lightly curled, is completed with a threc-tlfi pearl collar. back "wings" and hamlet top, the little boy bob." —London Express Service. Spent Two Weeks %  K I It. Dul left on Hoi I I a< Brought Son to School i their ; %  %  on Ma i Hotel. i Ltd. of Pop New Neckline—iNew Dress II* Lfilu Danbui •) The mere addition of a different %  %  ollar gives a new appearance lo any dress. Whether a recent arrival in your wj.rdi %  well worn bystander it will pass as a newcomer ime you play the trick. I r t CT ga nah W v.uy of inmay woaid completely hide the %  nginal neckline of a dress, and the V-decollete your friends nughi risk of chills, and Mrs. Wretch is calling for a national drive' to bring animals within the Health Service. Cricketing Lips' HEBE is a scene for the Brush Council film on the place of cricket in our national life Rote: They bowled faster a: you than at anyone else, and you never uttered a complaint' | Qeo//rejy: Oh, I don't know i .";* e: And you let them give [ you out 1 Kw. (Jeotfr-v: 1 only did what any other chap would have done Boar And the sun was in your eyes while you faced that terrible. fast bowling Gtoljrey. Oh, I don't know Rose: Geoff if you still lovr me I'll marry you tomorrow Geoffrey. Sorry old girl and all that but we're due at Old Trafford for another match. Doe* Children's Corner Rupert and the Caracan^u iVf Comings and Goings M l tin. Trinidad, rg %  € > Who Wants A Painting? A a coast wotting ; owner. Mr an I : v. : on Monday %  ; obln of Cans %  %  i a > %  I ra and was stayad Him C. G .. holiday % %  sty, too, so you can indulge in passing fancies accordi the bajlfl %  I your dress. i of neckwear have hi into the past to prolip tO'tla> minute colter the changed necklines of ciitury. They are very from ttaa bistn tailored Pan collars or the occa.1 which edged a high round neckline. Dasrtoa eoiiars which and |ut RaTWaid in sharp points can be lucked into the i g basic hlack dress to sophisticated : % %  ,1 air. Thoy COUM in HUM ok** .. treated sonii-sl cotton material which after laundry. But if the all you put a frosty sparkle to bo your neckline b ol them is : I %  | too. Women Waul "Anolhei Hi."" my hunt for these I I talked to ; %  man who was at on %  nufacturer I no longer want just anliar," he told n %  woods, on the southern side of the Col des Goules in Auvergne, has run dry. but the wine poured mto thick, squat glasses by old Mme Dumas is a pretty good substitute, and whoever has drunk of it. though he live to be I hundred. will die with a young heart— which is better when you come to think of it. than being kept aim artificially for hundreds ol years, with mice for your contemporaries. Mrs. Rumpus CABRY1NG a banner saying "Arbitrate, Don't Litigate. MrRumpus forced her way into I •neeting of the Smoke Abatement Council. When told that there was no question of either arbitrating or litigating, she shouted "The Law is a hotbed of Conservative prejudice!" She Wfg earned out and placed carefull in the gutter. SJIIOI ia._ *h*k in order and -o look careTully ro e it anything is mining, but Rupert is now thoroughly UV Qiiivtive Jboui the queer stranger i0 d he cree,)* :owird the torest itiin. "I muun't lei him *ee me thTi iaae." he thinks u h* *ov*. :orwrd down :h nidden is Dowel canvan in at dunn,"2 sight and he tow uio!J ^ ihanever %  > • %  ">*•** the tall fia*, over W hi* *liidin ; =Sc^ Ji M. AQIATI4 -Li:B t'INEMA M^,^ % MATINEE : TO-DAY at 5 p.m. TO-MGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at %.U PHILIP DORN, HELMUT DAXTINE iii -KM AM: I.\ THI: iM:sm T with JEAN SULLIVAN. ALAN HALE. IRENE MAlQha. EL S. HINDS A Warner Bins. Picture lemember will be replaced by the high round-necked line of :hc Fashionable large lapels are echoed in widely revered Byron collars made in broderie anglaise. itli cuffs to match; in trim pique < dged narrowly with lace, or in self-spotted voile as deuune gg I Victorian Miss. They come m t.eorgeue, too and in silk and organdlo. Choker collars, decorated frith pearls or plastic beading, are the \flties. They are worn next to the skin as a necklet and such a daintily tucked or embroid: collar edged with pearls is a \*\ tight for sore eyes. Worn above a m-ss or to fill in part of ped-out neckline of party frock they conjure up nosmories of bygone days l saw them in white and pastel •hades, some with exquisite drawn • Mvadwork, others with liny %  be*. Press-Studs For Speed "TOSJUMT ii~i UntvewjJ Hit DouOU TSUI at-Ai-K CAT B*li RaUUif,.d an vi ai i it i Jotusny Mjrk B<>'. r^ HO %  VI Worthmgs .,..,. T^-D..v 4 30 a. 3f United Artists Doubl* U-rtvUiy I^MOUR G.Or MONTCOWBRV THE oniL raoM MASHATTAN IUOI.S UOIJI lllam BQU>. Kop^lonaj QAJglDI EMPIRE Tn-Dv .nd TtmnSTTO* 410 %  R C Dri-Jile LOWE. Brenda JOYCE %  • loseo %  %  %  %  %  %  %  • I %  i. v. %  pi ndlng I I oiiday v, I A ... ied by his %  nik. MM MN l Mi C. I >rge cap) "ver the bareness pleas dress, with exquisite i i and surmounted with %  | : collar row : A %  Ill L%  I p (51 .i.t*H ol S i Acrou >ftPPf(B? Il %  J t i • i. wi i glra on* i I -Urn hOW lo urk It: ii I AAXI i i LOV In taw A u u *• Urokm \ttm. iS> a. Tltcy ar* iw•' %  *PP ***<* u* saow !i*t U SJll'rf *• %  ll o, in* v r • s. u> I a. Ui m VF w w i;*..) %  •u-.t*tJA. i7> uaftliui decree, iw nra you gt ih Kent <3i aa. ui •oljl.otl al *Widai*tt Diuilf •" -• UMlfw: P Aax. !. Q HP i b--.tr # ••>: 1 FMBMI ft DUI 1MNB %  .< Adt.c** [flusu:" f* fl %  • EXERCISE BOOKS Single Lines 4cts & 8cts Double Lines 7cts BOTTLES OF INK 14cts and 15cls PAINT BOXES 48. 91. 92 & $1.04 LONDON. tBy M**' Th* immfw ol Schoolboys' IxhibiUon in I-ond>;i loft hU offlca for a few minutes to save an ejthibll from inquisitive boys. When he icturnc.1 I | litaphnaw fl rt aaa w call to hts home LB I rai snylng. here are KtraordtoarUi goo* 1 feui the rest he will nave to oul in a l*ue —I N.S. 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TT IHMl MT, JAUTJAW 18, ISM THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TIIREE JX.P Elect Ministers VngHcan Nuns For B.C. Arrive '. Advnr.tr C.n._^The HIT" i Nuns lo .urn the i.u-leus of the Aiiuluan Convent of Hie Good Shepherd r arc Sisters Emma. Minnie „„h.> held in the late, and Phyllis Mary and Hen. met portloi;" !" s|r Harold | at Atkinson Field by • %  %  %  *5*S S Minister ot FinBishop of Guiana !" wl in the late Gov| At the Convent in Gee:. '•""i Z Malcolm (old | they *-ore received by I. lb* Governor's wife, member! nt the Furnishing Committee and Rev. C. C. Cooke, O BE.. Chaplain to the Convent. _., mm <—••*••""" ^ur Pa„y tave \jm"! v \ Bustamante. Toon"-*** •Bolster'of Education. HOT. I A. MePherson; I """S* *>i n,rl c.ini sei No Independence Day Holiday BartMdte Advocate <\-rrwponCwl "liSsteT or Social Services %  it, 7 A. Plxley, defeated rj*£. ,„ac W Barrant "rJeri Minister for Agri"^Seedlna Hon. E. R. D. ; %  JSrSt "is seat in the %  rjL, O .tlphonsus Malcolm. Bff ,ucduig C M A,, h "J£ did not seek re-election GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). J !" J new Ministers. Sangster Government has turned down .Solicitor. Barrant. a former, ,,„„„, rom Ihe Br ,, ig Gulon> •^r. a Government school| j^,,, lndUln AjBoclation that JanThe Speaker is also a ( ^^ 26 ^ dec | nred a holldov or East Indians employed in ihe Public Services or In industry. Government however nas agreed that any East Indian who wishes to take casual leave on that lay will be permitted to do so. V.* 1*1 tt\ ,hc exlaenclea of the nrvtc* 111(111 t tf and the heads of Departmi %  ,:. C7 ^KJ^H I will be instructed accordingly. An application for permission to hold a Pageant Parade through Georgetown streets have bean granted but ihe Pnradc will have to conform to routes prescribed by the Commissioner of Police, and music will not be permitted in thicourse of the Parade also ['teacher and a brother of { %  gJSe Is expected lo meet ; January I?. ., .. of the Coli mcewcll sun..: is Mill und< t Lionel Luckhoo Wins By-Election BorDjOos AfAncilf f*on wtmiul^M. GEORGETOWN. (B> Mad In a 3-cornered contest in the 'town Municipal by-eh-t/ii-i January 10, for Ward 4 (Lacytown-Robbstown-Newtownl, Mr. Lionel A. Luckhoo. barrister and popular turfite defeated Mr. Ci'hstino C. cieFreitas. Proprietor Of thr Central Garage and Mr. A. A. Pestano. Managing Uiredoof Pestano's Outfit Stem Ltd. The bv-.>lf,tu,n followed the .it'.caiion ,f Councillor Denis WbitahMd fur bcinif in a five of bu City proper-tins. Mr Luckhoo Mr deFrestai <*!' .m-i Mr. Pestano 44. Truman Urged To Seek Terms With Russia LABOUR WILL NATIONALIZE MORE 9 from page 1 No Can Can' PARIS. (By Mail.) tn | dance uM tn In tin' oftc*> naughty "Tabtrin" imisu—hall. A cie-in-up rampaicn whld) also has reduced the number of IroUuited the white pai,tics and dark-gerten long the trade mark of the famous French dance. The gbifl can still execute the traditional hmh-kick. according to an edict oi the Ifontmartrc tutKHi. but the black stocking imist i over the entire leg. One of the girls, "ki.knu' violently, baa already taken her talents elsewhere. She wants to %  ya, what is fa-1 l>ecoming a "lost art." SWISS RECOGNISE COMMUNIST CHINA BERNE. Jan. 17. The Swiss Federal Council deno safe ddad today t'o give de Jure recognition to the new Chinese Government— Beater. raising the following questions with the President: (1 Before deciding to try to produce a weapon theoretically capable of n-tioymg targets over an area of 80 to 160 square miles, should the Unttad Stales not make a new approach to Marshal Stalin. directly or through the United Nations, in an effort to negotiate an International Agreement for the control of all weapons of mass destruction '.' 11 the President is unwilling to hold up the effort, in order to reach agreement with the Russians, should he not at least enter into liegJOtlaUuui with them immediately on ordering the Super Bomb to go into production ? Reston said that the trend among officials was reliably reported to bo in favour of recommending that one more attempt should be made to negotiate a settlement. Truman's Orders He said that President Truman ordered the study of the problem ol producing the hvdrogen bomb. after the atomic explosion in the I nion. The bomb could be produced, and its cost would be much MM than that ol the Aral atomlfl bomb. AnthOflittai ban estimated the 0Qet of a hvdrogen bomb to be $200,000,000. Reston said. The correspondent said that some officials revolted at the very Idea of setting out to produce a weapon, whose potential for mass destruction was "beyond human imagination". Others argue mat nobody, who is charged with the defence of a country, can assume the responsibility for doing without a weapon on which possible enemies ma> be working. Mi LQieothaJ was "represer'oo M feeling that only under congreat extremitI only after the United States hat OV honourable aRernat< course, should the hydrogen bomi be aded to the American arsenal," Reston added. —Renter. NEW YEAR INVESTITURE MARCH 14 LONDON, Jan. IT. His Majesty the King will hold an investiture for the New Year honours Uav at Buckingham PalWW. m SU11 under considerace on March 14, it was anm DO appointment has yet nounced from the Palace today. -Reuter. TVa For Uncle BOMBAY, (By Mail) Indian tea traders have decided >840.00O in an attempt to make Amerleana tea drinkers through advertising, and publicity si lieiin. — LN.S. THE PERFECT CEREAL % iOOD FOR CHILDREN Watch your children grow up full of Ufa and energy. See that your man and women of tomorrow get nourishing foods today I Nourishing, delicious Cream of Wheat ia iey to digest — you and your children will love It I Try it today. • frra pace 1 and Western Europe." the manifesto said. "In Europe, great sirides h. been taken toward the creation of a new economic and political unity, and no country has giver more leadership to this great movement ihan Labour in Britain." the policy s'atetnent continued. It asserted: "We shall continue this support and leadership In ihu years to come, always remembering that we are the I great Commonwealth extending far beyond the boundaries of Europe." The free choice of India. Pakistan and Ceylon .o join the Commonwealth as full and equal and India's decision to be .t Itepublic within It, wendescribed as "marking an event of epoch making import. decisions which would never huva been taken under a Tory Government in Britain". The manifesto waned nation's greatest need was to export more, especially to America, and said that purchasing power and production must march -together. Finance. UN manifesto said. "mu>t be the servant Had Ml master oi employment policy." Labour's policy as a future Gov!i.nu:i' ..ill be ,, to lake whatever measures may be required to control financial forces so as to maintain full employment." On nationalisation, the manifesto declared that sta.e ownarahlp of coal had saved the British Industry from eollapse But H added that private engvmrlae' must be set free from "the stranglehold of restrictive monopolies" "Where private enterprise fails' to mecf public interest, the Government will be empowered to start new competitive enterprise-. —Reyter. Kruftp's Body Lies In State VIENNA. Jan. IT. The body of Dr. Gustav Krupp von Bohlen Und lialbach, former chief of the Krupp combine, is lying in state in the chapel of Bluelinback Caatle, near Werfen. in the province of Saliburg, Austria, and will be taken tomorrow to Salzburg for cremation. The ashes will be sent to Essen for burial in the family vault—Reuter 1,200 PEOPLE KILLED IN 'CATASTROPHES' IN 1949 NEW YORK. Jan. 17. More than 1,200 people were killed in the United Stales in IMS what Insurance companies call "catastrophes" — accidents In which five or more are killed. This death toll was about 150 more than in 1M8. -Reulec. A Timely Suggestion Most of us are careless in regards to our Health. Most 4 HI are inclined to treat things like a cough lightly. When we are in tip-top health Nature alone will shake off a cough without the aid of any drug—when therefore a cough stick:, on—it's a timely warning from Nature that your resistance is down-thai she needs help—and ghat's the time to starl taking U.S. Warship Grounded WASHINGrON. Jan. 17. The 45,000-ton American battleship Missouri want aground on i mud Mat in Hampton Koads, Virginia, today. The battleship was headed out to sea on a routine run to Guantanamo. Cuba. Twelve tugs failed to pull her free. The Navy said that Capt W I) Brown would wait until this afternoon's 'ide before mattD) attempt to gal Tin Missouri wai the .hip on which the Japanese Peace Treaty was signed on September 2. 1945 —Reuter. Ouirmo "Feels Like A Fi^htiog Cock* 1 BALT1MOHE. Jan 17. President Ehpidio "Juinno of ihe Philippine! was in lomittam" today after an operation for a kidney stone. Less than an hour aftai ttH operation yesterday he said, "I feel like a lighting cock."—Reuter. Hess And Co., Get Ecoiioniy Culs MERLIN. Jan. 17. 'lit* in start* arc proposed at Spandau prison. Heihn. :i top Nazi war criminals man for the West Berlin City '.ition. said that thenwould be several dismissals of staff and pay cut llOSU With the Western Allied authorities who agjraad that the West City authorities should reduce yearly expeiuhti.: prison from 450,000 marks to 250,000 Dei Hither... : %  tl totalled 7i pe r aoni 'nrludlng 1 enromen, Ub %  %  and sever..! sup i %  %  \n HoMg 'The City An: well-paid men ami %  warden i rdlnai t pi lean otwj coal marka anauaUa the fortune we I Q luy Wai CI i ltouoif Heaa, DoanHc Funk, Ailit S Krm %  :-. Ex-B.W.LA. Pilot Crashes In U.S.A. I'OUZENS who was a pUot during 1944-45 :s daad He died in a plane crash ID ihe Pocono mountains. Pennsylvania on Dec. 22. While in the West Indies his wife and family resided in Portof-Spain. Trinidad. Late in 194.'. Couzens severed his connections with B.W.I.A. and with Ml small engine plane he flew to St. Kitta with the object of encournn-l ins; the formation of a Lftl Islands Air Service. His family then lived in St. Kitts and later| in AnUgua. At thai time there was no air service between Antigua ana UM other isiands, the Villa airstrip having been abandoned and L-oouagc Field was sUU unaer military jurisdiction. Passenger* ior Antigua had lo lly to St. Kitts and more often than not take a sloop or th small motor launcn Komarts to AnUgua. Anyone who experienced a trip on the Ro-nans can usually tell u tale of be. i pitched, rolled and did everything %  sink. There was lejoiemg by many when it was heard that the famous Romans was i burnt in St. Kitts. Nerve Racking Eke Chambci uiercc was undecided as to a 'u mer it would be protitable to nave m Leeward Islands Air Ban •. Had to carry mail aid %  from island to island \n< I Leeward islands Air BervfcM n i i a sale ol Ul 4i Plena Maffei and ua:, at St. UsBW BW) COUHOl bOM ut how baa weather, and fuel •hortage caused bin lacking expenem DOt siKht the lield of that island It took all the willpower ic possusaed to complete the short hop tn Baibados after which . felt his flying days were aval 0 seems the urge to fly was ag.un and thus he met aad. In the Leeward Islands Ci : n emlx'red as a l %  evering pionaar who sacrlfloai his all to fulfil his hopes better eaaewotaaoi among than .i was a good pi.ni..-i and artist Mis is hotog r appj and a disappointe.1 M left these shoie.s with I BM Of photonrwp: of these islands which he hi enlarge.! and coloure.1 TO WAKE FEELING TIRED "Headache's gone ... I took GENASPRIN" -*a sale brsad of tspuio -rdckly checks llesdacbes. TooUV •dM, Nem aad Rheumatic llias. Cold* sad 'Phv Also %  rhcimaiism eease. And as vou eontlnue with Krule body responds Km-! hen is MAinable from all %  DRESSES for Weddings or Cocktails AT THE MODERN DRESS StUbfdl CmmtlU. Drt^MI, Ue. SII.MVKA ( Rll'l M • tOin in MIA (.old. I'mk .ml Blu. ul SI.35 prr yd. sri'N. RAVON in Whit.. l.oU. lir..n 4. Brewn at 9r. Pr yd. j -II \ I IM s in Uhilr l.rr>. Uld Ro. l S1.20 par yd t r.ar Rr.llinn and Shrunk Proof Md Uad. Mfk rfOOMlOM. U4.. U-^.U-1 .'...n, lnUjfcl Ferrol uunnu iRADi uni Compound Kill those throbbing pa'" in y our %  u ck at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly — feel your te\*? The Tonic Cough thai Builds as it Mixture' Heals Yoy don't nib in Sloan'i. you dab it on the affected part gently — Sloan! doei tha rest' Good for aches and paint and still Joints coo I I0OK t9H INI 'KIUII M OH. Sir*. ON THI MCRIT. SLOAN Stniment MEET ttl\l II \<.l CREAM or WHEAT Ferrol Compound contains th active pnn.-ip.es o( Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin A 1500 units and Vitamin D 500 units per dose—in addition to other recognised Tonics with th. addition of Creosote and Guiaicol. Ferrol Compound helps| Nature restore the balance ol i resistance needed to shake '>tT| thai cough—and you will bej surprised how quickly it will' go away. Take a course ol six DottaM and build up res*a*-i ance that will protect you against future infection. 11 mini iiMhii Mi li n. MM*' >*>.>Url*r TaiamnU la frr'l, pokliah-rS II H rirlfc** Uy rk).lnm. a". U* Biaurm liiUaBaatel* or* pro*f <>M1 III.HOI ( OMPOI NU Cl*M r..lt. On Sale in the BLUE CARTON from all Chemists. UNKNOWN TO-MORROW WITH POLICY OF ASSURANCE — WITH — IHE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY IIKOAIIWIY IHIISN SHOP. MAY ALL HAPPINESS Be yours duringthe Christmas Season, and may the Year 1850 be one marked indelibly in your mmory as a year of Success. Expansion and Achievement. LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. Continue Curing the Coming Year to give us your Order* lor alt manner of Foundry work; all kinds of Factory Supplies, or for any Item of Hardware you may require. And now may we extend to you the Season's Greetings with all our customary sincerity:— 71 Prosperous 5Wew ^ear THE BMBADOS NRsSsW !<•*White Para Koad St Michael Mrs. Housewife LET US SOLVE YOUR 1H1MKSTK I'KIIBI.IMS Wr have just KM.IT.* Shipment ol J. N. WALCOTT D. H. ALLEYNE \ Canvassing Representatives. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. Beckwith Place. Bridgetown. 10th January, 1950. KITCHEN aa FolUwa: .POONS DRIP ,I.VOHKS ROUND i SQUARE TIN CAKE TINS IDLES LICKS ROASTERS ><PS CAN OPENERS -THAINERS SlfTERS mips PASTRY TRAYS . AIM . ICING SYRINGES and TUBES ran is sow AND GET YOLR KIIJI im MESTH THE BARBADOS HARDWARE Co.. Lm THE HOUSE FOB BARGAINS No*. 33 ft 52 Swan Street -: Fhatte :::: 440* or MM :



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PAGE inn: THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ^mm^00m^The Problems Of India ,tiM M Tb. IMA Co LH. M. r~> S, BrtM^owi Wednesday, January Ik. IMC llv Hat ill Tempi* Robert SLOW lit Bernard Wirk*eed T' 0,her f the Empire; M ;l '"' %  bead the Empire they (ace,! with many difficulties when offered to join the colours. During %  tt'war the Dominion of Canada gave many West Indians an jpportunity to offer their lives in defrnce of the Empire against the Axis. The criticism was then made that the British Navy was then a closed door to colonials and only with ,1,1 they join the British %  M lcrms and conditions as an Englishman. The exception was the Royal Air Force, tne most apcci. i :. alfh lb* youngest of the lag that this new departure should have come from the R AJ %  outstanding ,. served with diatl in a distinguished Bghth Empire. The way is now open for the same step to be taken by the Navy with its long and noble traditions of service In i" "ing the sea lanes so that the enemy's attempt to ft ..Id be CruttraJ IN the mountaino( Kashmir. Kashmir Is the unwillingness of don "Daily T.leirr.ph-susgesUnf Z,"r,r,b> IWO India to agree W a fte,lb,* ^^JVuist'^my"35. is :;r::::;:i; ssstts &$&££<£ U"X.r the probteex that hlm The Indian public.stspoin men, u, torce occupyjngjujn IU work mart no, be disturbed is out with correet_j.nowjedl._ol ^^A'^'wc^rder. of a lhort-sigMed W HAT'S all this about half no time a, all. Alain., ivntury" Thai'* Sickground "I nd terra firma SO years are the stars and seas ,,d the terrlnc h.ll-<^ry ', h SJ when all die time the human race is only a oso> "KKi if you were to make a <<*£ mentary mm **~~* %  _ "? J^SllS. WEDNESDW. J.WT'.VRV u ^ i^rfiSaj / for TO-DAY 11&* i *7t0hf' lMl 1 Living f W dually |J CROWN MALT EXTRACT 31 „ A.T.MERS PORK BEANS 30 RBPINBAPP1 3UC1S 48 MONK Sr GLASS BU 4 Ikran to a Packet each making I pi. 26 _, I OLOX* r STORES ii %  • him. 'I'M; maian puan, wouldn't apviear Ull the last haH second. 5? *S !" *2!Z2?££LE1Z For O e?,T,"M?ni,ers D 0. P .be Common{?£ r* man on earth hburtt a r*J- rttal Of* O" "1* PWO\,llaIIl*as 8 a S V* "~I~C >„„ — article will be read in many par,, cite area" would be unequaL lr.Foreign ""?^ I) „ |ee „, rje^fnTrnS-r'arm^ &S JSS'C^g ^J^VieST-uS g^aH^^ SS WS w^oraw-ac^an ST c££££ JUemjon s ta hS=r S?SS f -§ Sbrs^s whatever dseMOB is reached It lo call India mai'ta '"• %  ' %  . W J n lim ^? S J 0 long And what U Win be the nMact lot reveng* ,ha, withdraw^ of %  ** *£ !" m ? r ; n ^f t w1.policing army for hostility, hatred w „ n tinent%J£"S.> all Commonwealth lt ^,. u,e .utaequen, demarcation unknown in he sub-contlnen ,hould commit themn a r" £ ^ ^ XETnowc, 1 Imostlinpofaiblel of large numbers. Kashmir-• ,he Com The "Commonweahh Tart ..r.umentp.nnt.totheCom' e_ ^ iss munist-domi, it, monwealth reela.m.ne. 'mm the unmixed confidence of and und. .;''' hVthPaklsSn and India-and that ...^ -Ith the f.rce. not to seto London can do any good by plca.lof B •"^.^^ N „ rUl Wei ^mics but merely to restrain mln (or k "„' S^, ml '" 1 .1 e.temenu to violence. From the feeling, le " '""M" !" ,„ like a return of start of this venture in Commonboth sides, for -retaliation But would %  •' w |ls 0 d and „ MUh ^Uement of a Common.,!, eannot Ignore he ?,^ h sU ^ ^ n !" ^ oun d. Sacwealth dispute it must be made •he dispute batwaen India and "^p^S^g h Ui, suspicious clear that the Commonwealth • hi. moathles of the British force will rem.in "in the field • -Imr Gornmen? to, Nehru's for a considerable penod a ter, he of two governments ol ; ^thirdly and exactly conplebiscite. The purpose will be to .trong. actually poor ,. the peaceful acceptance It Is Imm. ' l r "i. e.1 a kind of "natural preof the plebiscite result by the South Asia. So no Br,t..h com!" "on. Bhtiih mv omminority, and the prevention of mentator worth •onsldenng can iud.ee !" ong rrin b| r^,,,,, b y the majority. From avoid res, ££"? 'i„it* Muslem the point of view of the Commonporting what %  b V' n ,,f v ,,','" Ji Pakistan. wealth, outside the sub-continent. Kashmir and then ending hi and ihisi date; %  >' P>*| ^ ,„ ^.re cwl be no reason for postarticle on the note of "hoping for In view o. Bgc ,, i0 „ of poning decision. In one way or the best" ,.. ,ho another a plebiscite must be ,,y „,,, ,0 the Lon"ranged. TuTe' "Srl'eamn" e7 earth "had buil, a radio s. aBon and Iroadcas, ,o the universe the^ news of his safe arrival the message would only now DO TlSen^Ilf'the Sy Way broaden, .0 u> every day. it transmits on a wavelength of S metres, and we pick the waves up 30,000 years later.) THE SOIL I S TEPPING from the stars down to earth, consider the solid ground beneath our feet we call it our own, fight for it, and let it outon leases of 99 years. To hear man talk you d think II was sometWng permanent. That's the sort of outlook "u get wheiTyou nxard 50 years as an epoch or "The"'truth is that the soil of Britain Rustia. America, and the rest is as transitory in the greater scheme of things as a sandbank in the tide. Britain has been above the sea and under a again half a dozen times already. Right now parts of it are vanishing and new parts appearing. THE SEA F IFTY years Is too short a time to notice much change. A thousand years if better. In that lime the sea ha. covered 33 '"""'v"!"^ borough Head and Spurn Head ir. Yorkshire At Dungeness and Weymoulh the land U building up, pebble by pebble, cut meat of the South CoVst is iSng washed away at the rate of a foot a century. Round Belfast the coast is sinking, round Dublin it's rising. In some atlases you can find maps of the world showing which coasts are rising and which fall__ UU a. Ik^ ,..s ~"H till TOOLS The \tw -Mw*t Powerful Man In The World* r,.|inl.ii isin llm li.nl"tl.IS .naila Anliti, yond doubt that Barbados is bee01 opulac as a holiday lesort for Canadians. On the last few brought over twenty pal gers landing at Barbados as against six or : r Trinidad. At I ofler of Trans Canada A. Barb;. 1 ...mid prove Barbados would be an at' who would tpend the dollar.. In the past one of the chief ol,,.' : act that Canadian ...land have been face.: transhipment problem! and U I unnatural i, has s re ..1 and %  I .d increase n. tha n.iii.i. U • Don I likeliho.xl that with the .. airstlip at S ased. Rad rul"i 401 mill, %  ItV Alan llrorkbank \ni lr —t i > i ih.iinMao, oddly enough, was bom on HiUer'. birthday—April S056 years ago in Shao Shan. Ii Hunan Province Canton. I !! tang anu %  t.us ion "t BMOUI an^ %  in* maaJ hiKrhrr whispr in i3o he "rearettul His father, unUke most Chinese, read and write, and young Mao graduated from the Hunan Normal School. He read Rousseau, Adam Smit.i. Spencer, and Darwin, and became an idealist. Then he lurnes'. to Mar after the 1917 revolution in Russia. He helped to found the Comr. jnist Party in China in 1921, becoming comrade No. 2. METEORS P UNY man thinks he knows something about bombardment and boasts of the bombs, rockets and doodlebugs he has produced in the, last 50 years. But that', just bow-and-arrow stufl beside the meteoric bombardment of Ihe earth every day by the heavens. In 50 years. 36,000 million meteors (shooting stars) have been fired at us out of space. About one a day reached the ground. The rest were burned to dust by their impact with the atmosphere. The remains of meteors, mixed with dust from volcanoes, fall in the sea and build up the lied of the ocean deeps. h | It Is called red clav. and over the aeons thj o Shan, liiin. deposits hove grown to be many feet thick. The I contribution of the current half-century Is about one-thousandth of an inch. STANLEY BLOCK & SMOOTH-PLANES RAPIER PLANES & PLANE IRONS STANLEY CHISELS 4 SCREWDRIVERS SPOKESHAVES HAND DRILLS SLIDING T BEVELS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS 4 AUGERS BACK S. COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS_ and many other Items lo inleresl good ('rafUaaa. SELECT THEM EARLY: WILKINSON HAV"NES CO.. LTlSuccessor, C S PITCHER & CO., LTD Phones: 4472 & 4687 s .•.'/.'.-AV/'.'.W.1'-'.'/.'.'.V.V.V.W.V.V.M< \.E\JOY THESE... SLICED BACON—per lb SALAMI SAUSAGE— per lb DANISH CHICKEN BROTH—per Uli DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGES—per tin DANISH ut 4 lb.)—per tin FRAY BENTOS TOMATO SOUP—per Un VITONEper tin PINEAPPLE JAM —2 lb tin '. EVAPORATED MILK— per tin Orange Juice—per tin SWIFT'S LUNCHEON BEEF—per Un NESPHA Hn BOYARDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER—per pkg QUEEN OLIVESper hot TOMATO KETCHUP—per bot HOLLOWAY'S GIN-per bot DRAMBUIE—per bot HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY—per bot.. HARVEY'S HUNTING PORT—per bol. Slttnslvlil Scott A to.. LU. •,; %  ,',; %  .'.::'.:::•' % % % %  %  -•.%::: \ About this time he discarded his wife—it was a customary boy and girl marriage and he haJ never lived with his bride—and married a professor's daughter, oko a Communist. Mankind is so thinly scattered over UM (there re more microbes in a cupful of Ml there are people in the world) that no one has S vor been hi* by a meteorite. (Meteor when H ratcb the ground, DMtaortti In 1908 ii meteorite that fell in Siberia was so big that it razed forests for 80 miles around. At some unrecorded time another loll in Arizona and made a crater 4,000 feet across. Sciential calculated that it must have weighed a million tons. The greatest of them all hit the Gold Coast before man or the Colonial Ofnce had been hoaid of. and left a crater 6'. IDttM wide and 1,150 feet deep, rt's a lake now with crocodiles in It. Ill I'JJU Ml' I %  > % %  "**•*•• -—he* may", • <'> : '" ally u "~ . ... % %  Mao U UU lor min ,.i Un" eaves.. -1 ion I lands, but wi.n GLACIERS M OST noticeable change to the face of In I earth that a Martian would since 1900 has nothing to do with man. It is the %  _J -_ „.„,, mulling of the gi.e a.e"" M % %  —". | Thl hM bjjn lmBg 0 „ f nr 10.000 years but in He was defeated by Chlans. the last 50—the last 10 In paruculnr—it ha.. Kai-shek and led an .rmj ol [ ly speeded upjrom Norway to New Zealand trou. They could not DO Ion feedsn woman. I'oiho's I lioiiyltl li %  • A miihl food Ihlac t,. km." imn not from looklai jl Ih.in >ul from ktVUfl ,,,., | Mll ,.| IIO'IM WllII >'U lnv, uurkid with Iht-m. whru M) U Uwe lived with thrm. M il> not ha\e to wondrr how the* feel, because *•** i.l ii Flll H Ilil.HMiKl R(H>sK\I.LI. 80.000 on a 6.000 miles march i 3o8 dayi into exile. Only 20,000 survived During the march he marricda third wife, a school teacher, and abandoned his five children W peasants on the way. In 1939 he married a -fourth Ume %  Chinese film star shared his exile living in caves and adobe huts. Mao has uilt up the Bed China l vtuinfl vm the peasants ana :n'ming them. His bulky figure will cast a long shadow in the brilliant sunshine of Colombo.—LE.8. Greenland to Peru. The Swiss and the Italians are quite woriied. Their hydro-electric plant* depend on a good supply of glacier water, and they are wondering what more. In Spitzbergen the tvenflt winter ten) ,„ seven deg ees hifiher than it was at the beginning of the century, and in Greenland it's so much warmer that the codfish, haddock, and halibut are moving lo its waters In millions. (In the long run that wont iBd is drifting towards Britain at the rate ids a year) In 50 years man has built a few •kyacra) %  dammed some rivers, but in 1943 %  ing from scratch on a Mexican farm, showed what Nature can do when she trie-;. In 00* night it raised Itself to a height of 25 feet. In a week to 550 feet, and in six months lo 1500 feel. London Exyrejs Sen ica VOII I.X S1W LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL DRESSING m In Paisley Unijns ilSS| ALL WOOL TWO-TONE III Assorted I nloirs 0l TUE COHRffl COH'.VFM I HIS ll*.l One in IIHII m.ikc yuur seledion Ire DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Ol II HEA IH.KS SA Y; —, m T ~J3I t, e| GIM Igmmuice or Gross IIMKM..S> ... ,.„ .„,. nar ,„ auh 0 i me well have been reckoned lo hif mander. newly arrived and one r.ole parasrapn tne fi tha( Qn could '' %  "'""'rlTto "nee the courl puolalv annul order, already All lhal remained ot the charne Harv.Boo w a < ma de known to hll new fubord.W//MMWrMV)HvvMrMMppoition t., .lauslein [ one ol life imprisonment — is and Klelst Rave introduced more "'." ^In£ r< 'Th.'rie*.uh! iho on "which he wai collvuteJ aramed Hitler ol IK Charte 1UD_"_ __ — M ;.,„,,,. uunution tn hi. onian %  M. n .l.m — itantially In so far as von I humane ucatmci.i hard t" tion admitted. As the ; all tides used f .1, ... and others case The two charge. court's I'M originall> I %  shade leff than the humane treatment of the inpossible. It fhowf no habitants in regions that have proportion—but merely again come under military adn 'ttemot to keep in ftep with ministration as a result of our r a l ItT Involved ^n M M Nuremberg. f I April 2. IMS). ral and Involved In all IJ It If evident that von Manstein Urm during a period In which „ u now dear w., von Mul U)0k hc nlliallvl „, m | ti ., Un( I„ I,olhe lost 10.000 men killed by giier.^ Mwr wiu,,^ „, policy whumane measure, One mav „,,„, ay .... the aUles continued Wls even all rding to Ruffian claims Q1 bruUllty and waf acciuitted of hope, not least for our own „w comSo small a number would appear „„., ,„,,,„„„ „ a mciled We reputation, that wo shall be led xlem „, 1. tl„,r official return .„. ,o be .vKtenee of hU reftrahung „. und „ hta Mmm ,„ d ,„ comto show a similar sense of human"l^"am ?.H TrLeTTlre m ""* ' bruU ,> '-*" m " " '" *mlf ">' fvage ,.pon the charges to employed some .01K1 in Noiwa> %  ..,; Stalin had ordered every m00rU nt ooinu In an, aeeusa „ M_ HII. .. tgencraland else-.. *• rear to kill GerUon „, w r cnm e. Although f the seven '*•' "utslan war became a barIon, enough •nf barons light, von Manstaln'f corps m., n digging foruflabstained from com|.. hard strv ne ,he drastic or.ler. of the High h '. charge on wh.cn r,, !" n' found guilty was Wat found until Re was transferred w „.|| „ von • bordsaalsa sot V. lets cmiians ware command an army ,, devastated area wh ere those orders w. ,„, lgnorlinC e •eriouf charge "* v w ** re ^T* ln opers" !" ls ab ra '" r gross to vlnrtng that the pros. • 1M3-44. Tha charge might as assume that a mere army comPATHISER. records of warfare lo realise how few safe fssald words as %  apoears a glarine MIAN BOLOGNA BAUSAOI BKEAk 1AOES COCKTAIL S CORNED BID with Cereal CALVES LIVER l 'X T. >NOUES Tlill'E TVRKI CHICK! VEGETABLfc.sFresh K E T NS



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gEPVESOAY JAXr.tRY IS, 195.1 I.OCAI. NEWS llll l!\itli.\IM>S VDVfK Ml Sugar Talks Negative From Beginning PAGE FIVE %  ''•''/.•////.'.'////,'//, .;'.'.;'.: '/.v/.',',v/;-ya0000W0>i B frees pa*e 1 _—n at prices bed on those fSn^'forc** -gars. Cuban Price map Anally their apprehensions "nttrmed by the statement ^JSmber o( the Britiih GoviLSTiSt all the Colonies I *5Bect in the future was the SS.rport pr.ee plus prefer^ M the British West Indies' .„,,, %  Association asked His iiirtv's Government to receive "*SiUon in the summer oi iTuTtftocuw the question of a jE-wnn agreement at guaran"^.reTw very strong feeling B TeB"' lsh West ,ndiM ,hat 1 Colon. for the ten years !Hl ifl bad sold all their export•hUsuur to the United Kingdom Juices much less than normally rJdd have been obtained in a HS of shortage it was only SSabte that they should be ^n a guaranteed price during Se net ten years. ^, is well known, these talks — held In the summer as a -_ujt of which the following Snmumque was issued by His Uaiestv's Government: \ccesMtv As will be seen from the communique, it was necessary for His lUiestv's Government to consult other sugar producing areas bett*t thev could finalise their arMiements with ihe British West todies. Accordingly, we were subJmwnUv invited to attend a meetine of Commonwealth sugar producing areas. These are as H**"-"*"* WN Ind1JamaVi. %  aitlah GuiM. Trinidad. B*nad< -Kill". AMl*ua. p Iburttlu*. Pt)i. BHIUh K*l Afrlci A series of discussions regarding the future sugar policy of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom has taken place b London in the past few weeks, gist with representatives of the British West Indies Sugar Association and subsequently with representatives of the Jamaica Government. There have been full exchanges of tfews which were most useful lo both sides,. Bis Majesty's Government as%  red the delegations that they recognise that the prosperity of fas sugar industry is vital to the mintenance oi an adequate* standard of living In sugar-proanting colonies such as the Britislf West Indies. It is their intention to make og-term arrangements which will give to the efficient producer of sugar in these areas and elsewhere in the Commonwealth Arm •entrances of markets for agreed tonnage* of sugar, at reasonably remunerative prices to be negotiated with the producers. It l.< the declared policy of His Majesty's Government tu maintain and improve the economy of the fcolotual territories and where, as n the British West Indies, sugar production Is the main and indispensable basis of a healthy economy, this will be given special consideration In fixing the quantities of sugar to be covered by these arrangements. Consultation Before those arrangements can be completed representatives of oner Commonwealth producers will have to be consulted. It is the intention of His Majesty's Government to undertake these consultations in the autumn Representatives of the West 'ndles will, of course, be %  eluded in these further dismiom The two delegations from the JJUsh West Indies insisted woughout the negotiations that a*7 assurances which might be g"n must, to meet the needs of the situation, cover a period of at hast to years. While appreciating this view %  h Majesty's Government relarded the period of the agreement as a point to be covered in the %  agotiations in the autumn. A few days before the 21st of Javember. 1949, when the Con*rence was to begin we were inroad that there would be aeparate talks by the United •fcgaom representatives with the Dwunions and separate talks with *e Colonies. ,JJ e,ore the 8th or December. %  "• Australian talks were %  a* and the Australians had got agreement, satisfactory to %  wr -Mi-rests, which could be ^ %  wa Australia before the £" of iJecember, 1949. when the *£*"*! Meet ion was due to take %  in that country. !" Walls of the Australian %  ajMMM were not announce*! gnu Majesty's Government and %  J itemed so strange a pro%  g^that we were somewhat United Kingdom represenwe were informed thai HJ* Majesty's Government would shortly begin discussions with other nations on the question of the International Sugar Agreement which became dormant on the outbreak of war. and if revived will seek to achieve stability for sugar by limitation of output. The United Kingdom representatives! accordingly claimed that before they could begin the discussions it was necessary first to fix the limits of Dominion and Colonial production. Their original proposals were as follows ;— OSMSSS*-PraaeM Export Surplu._-l.140.O0O loiu Propo-td Limitation—1.400.000 r, a coldIBfeS)' PICTURED ARE FIVE MEMBERS of the Rarhado* Water Polo Team who returned from Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Hie, arrivr.l g| SeawTll at 1.45 p.m. Ltfl to rlfht are : Paul Foster, Tim Yearwood. lieorce Mari'le.n. Uelbrrt Bannister, and Kenneth Inee. Three members of the team returnrd on Mondat. and the remaining player Is due on Thursday morninr Mau FIJI 300 ISO lat Africa — 1-S40 1T0 1,560 300 \M The British Market It is on this subject that the dissatisfaction of the Colonial representatives reached its highest pitch. The representatives of HK Majesty's Government presented us with the following original proposals : Ton. United Klrmdom ConaumpUon of Suai M*M*I United Kingdom Beet Production 300.000 2,000.000 Reserved for Foreign Susan MJM %  tfol .1 .: Dasssstteaa eaaitti Reserved (or Colonlen 1.10V.0M 2.000.000 After discussion it was agreed that whatever Dominions and Colonial quantities were finally fixed should be purchased on a guarantee basis at "reasonably remunerative prices", the method of determining the price to be settled later, and that the period of the guarantee should be reduced to eight years with a provision that the United Kingdom would on demand of either party consider each year the question of extension for one year. After much further argument, a second United Kingdom proposal was then made as follows :— Ton* Net UnlUd Kingdom rcqulrementr Foreign Sugar rivmiOi gtfsaal m lauaj us! sal It •JU1 01 unl11 ,h <-' 3rd of JanJ>1M, that we learned the J£*" l -n of the Australian JK* nl and this information "cci\Pd from the Australian gj^aive, i n tne Un.ted No Denial **. His Majesty's Govern%  has not even yet told us the — ---. ...tu j e IUIU u? in ssjjz-~ M the Australian Agreeg|> although they no longer %  g^.he^Australian veiswn of it m*n-a no power to prevent His ^~w* Government from enJ- into whatever prior SSS^ ,ne > *- wih C B u a ; but in view of the fact Shhn^ erenc of Common[^ja producers had been called, %  Bna,'," 1 '.' ur opinion, most im2? r J" Has Majesty's Governnr. f!! * much aa ttiacuss2J 'he CoIon.es. to make an XT 1 *? th the Dominions g no. only gave them satis. %  Ha.,. Minu but also contained i5**hich set out the terms Iff "foment they intended to jrtth the Colooiea and • Un.ted Kingdom not to "V change therein without Tff"* of the Dominions. waaskUaoatJ StsfpaV la f. A re t the inner basin of ihe Careenage On Monday, it had a list to tho East with the main-mast projecting over the Schooner "Marion Belle Wolfe." The hull shifte-l during the evening causing the main-mast to lean in the opposite direction. It has not yet been decided when and how the "Potick" will be removed. At present, it t* considered a menace to navigation Li the Inner basin. Captain Every of Schooner "Marion Belle Wolfe" said yesterday that the sunken vessel could not prevent him bringing out his from the cross bcrti culty is anticipated. The extent of ihe damage done to the "Potick" Is not known. The mainmast and the no were up to yesterday e\ \ standing. Victorious Water Polo Team Returns Five members oi the victorious Barbados Water Polo Tean. returned from Trir. e St. Pater's parish room At S O'clock ^ranged that the next time Welfare League Holds Meeting In SI. Peter to-morrow evening there will \ l %  The Wl League in St provided lunch I children. treat at the Almsln Creche. It concerns itself family welfare and civic .'.(•(i here, teem might i'lso be included. ogrinnme .Id like to : thanking ht Club, its members and the many Trinidad famaaerfu] time then I given himself and Ml men itnd especially to those n | JUST ARRIVED f' > LATE FOR XMAS BIT >; | ALWAYS WDCUfl •; nownlrrps S Jv BU\CK MAGIC CHOCO01 a LATES in 4-lb. k 1-lb. X| X tins and l*4-lb. Eoxn 91 Price 9c. — $1.72 — $3.49 8| Callard & Bowsers CelebratV' eing field. First Crop Canes Burnt %  was destroyed Geoffrey Potter, were at Seawell afternoon to welcome their team ie, as well as many o the team's relations and friends. 5 Schooners Under Repair FOUR of the live schooners in the inner basin of the Careenage yesterday were undergoing repaiis. There were tl:> Wolfe,* 1 "Maiv V. N. Jones" and "Marea Hi The "Marion Ilellc Wolfe'* and the "Mary M. I-ewis" were both having repairs done to their starboard. Sides and planks we.e being laid down in some parts of : iner's deck. The "Marea Henrietta" was in the "heave down berti. its bottom repaired while minor repairs were being done to the "Molly N. Jones." Both the "Marion Belle Wolfe 1 and the "Mary M. I-ewis" run lo British Guiana for supplies ol rice, firewood and charcoal for Barbados. The "Molly N. Jones" a regular fruit vessel from Dominica and the "Marea i makes occasional calls here with salt from St. Kitts. House Marshal Appointed Mr. Qordoo Brathwaithe of Bank Haii re i> appoint; Assembly to Ml the vacant post of Marshal of the House. There were four r the po.,1 but the n favour "f Brathi mi deterI by tha. majority vote of 11 to 7. The proposal was made by Mr. Adriana William* a milk vendor J. E T. Brancker, an of Bridge Road, St. Hid Dr. H <; Cummlnt, tined £i to (%  paid b) t ithl) The voUng i Insulments of £1 per month or ... ., ... In default two months' in.pns... v %  JM 'Mter. In Mr. H. A. Talma -^app, Mr. Miller. Mr. Bryan. Mr yesterday. She waa found guilty of itfusing to sell SampliiiK Officer 1. <; Hams milk from her i i September IB. Refused To Sell Milk: lined U3 COS, Dr. C.iiiiinins, Mr. Adams a*r. Branker. Naea: Mr. Motticy. Mr. Gill M>. Goddard. Mr. Bethel I. Mr. E K Walcotl, Mr. Wilk,ltf nominees were Mr. Rupert Sauirea, Mr Horace Barker and Mr. Walter Foster. pneaJ ol Mr. Squires was Ethcline Springer of New Barbv Mr (i II Adam seconded by the nroposal of 5 and i Mr T. O. Bryan or seven days' imprisonment i>> seconded by Mr F E Miller, and Hil Worship Mr H A Talma for that of Mr. Foster by Mr. L E keeping her premise; |Q a V Mr. D. A. : public. Insanitary The offeaaei was committed on %  '• 20/For Assault A fine of 20/and 3 costs was imposed on Malvi: of Belle Gully by h. Mr H. A. Talma yesterday for assaulting Irene Pucki Haatgatt Hall on N The '""" is to be paid in 14 In default on. imprisonment. Corn meal Arrives THREE THOUSAND bags -J ..1 arrived from Ni Monday evening Roamcr" called. From New Orleans this vessel ete hcadskins. bag of clay, lubncating oil and grot On its way here the rnaiea and loaded for this |" %  cocoa po-A personal maribo. Messrs Ro>rt Thom Ltd are local agents. At the time of the voting there were 18 members prese % %  : Th. Speaker. Mr Squires got R votes as i %  Mr. Pothv i> as against 10 In Mr. Foster's case there was a tic in the voting and The Sneaker had to make us,, nf the casting vote. He voted with the Noes." PLATES, CLOCK MISSINC Palm sssaisi. -Tiillasa • %  sidence between January 5 and Sunday. The U*4 4fV^ you require is one of PLASTIC We have them in black, white, red. Drown grey, wine & navy. Some with shoulder straps and some with the new wrist strap style. Prices ranging from $4 * 4>0 CAVE SHEPHERD & co., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET HELP FOR HARASSED HOUSEWIVES • Your Coat-of-Living lion us for Thursday, Friday & Saturday CROWN HALT [XTRAd llOM.s FULLERS SHORllilllAI) Hill WHITE A: Hill lilklll KIM I INS AUSTRALIAN RARILIir I'l \l!S RASTOS PllRT MM \i Mtk |a RASKIS PORT HIM Small Kolllr The COLONNADE I'llO.M 21..T UsuJIy NOW 38 24 145 125 25 15 51 47 W 248 150 125 A ~-:::



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WEDNESDAY. J.-VNTAKY U, HJ,, PAC1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Trade Union Bill Passed By Council With Amendments Exemption Of ."Sb* Fishing Equipment to introduce legislation which would make ptcxeung as peaceful a* possible rouia relusgf vote for Hon'ble F. C Hutson sa.a that | POUI GustOIllS I)ul> after hear if si the Admit Colonial Secretary he was convinced .*, £,n providing thai that the amendment was not <,< fishing equipment con-., practicable. What he was sorry t ne is.and may be exempted Horn ....end the Trado Union Act of 13 was p ,UUv Council yesterday with amendments As Acting Colonial ^retaty mtimatrt il t* K of the Council, he moved an amendment ?hich restrict, peaceful picketing to place, 0. " lh "?~J"* ^iS^^ptS bv aST. ttt the tot thin* they %  a ii should wear on amendment right arm some distinguishing Evelyn it would mean t I I Mr about was that there could no regulation wheteby pickets should be chosen from the particular Industry or business at which dispute was taking place His reason for that was that a striker would be interviewed by workmen whom they knew That would automatically have some bearing on the question of numbers But he did not know that it would be workable. The Hon'ble Lord Bishop lause 6 justoms duty, was passed i H jse of Assembly at their meet nut yesterday. ine Bill is to amend the Customs Tariff Act 1W1 so as B tiled to the recommenrtauon of the Fisheries Advisory Committee that articles of fishing equlpmer.: be exempt from customs auty. These articles which are to be added at the end of the Second Schedule to the Principal Act are Tuning bnes. deep sea line*. Delay In Repairing Damage By Floods Allder Blames Government i """ ""' %  — % %  J....__J ,^ w ,, larlnrv nut more %  Wwawa mt me ic,,ia. n !!'JZ^SLS^,T ernment to action, hat if tbar.' "> <• *> — "> "•""< '""' cottonT^iininf rods, reel, and ow " ',K£H?; !gil „.; He hoped that parable memHe looked at the legislation under ir inc ,,| baits. „ ?: J'„ ^TJ,L tiitT of btra wou 1 be '"""V*^!? ,„! "-"-"ii ., „ h „ move0 had he been told of the state ol which he had raised. at*' M "• '^.I..,,h. !" r affair, at the school, it would ha..f" "£ JS_, „hich had to the second reading of the Bill, affairs been remedied long ago and wi 2? r^, ?£&£ ou7d Si*! CKimts —111,., ... lit 1. .4 i preciate the sincerity which had %  "._J u_ ;mskini them prompted him in ma^nf tfcam and give the much needed aaasa the House would — — Y -—— — r~„, ravensana a>ve uie j.iu... .ilUngly agree that all sorts of < %  > %  "•>* ""l^"'?,,^ STS.ance to the people.. ^„.„. .„. .., encouragement should be given to %  —> clear in the matter. 1 „. . ,•_„ tbeir own behalf or on behalf of ^ijUon to the number of peopu h numbers in a picket, but to „,„„„,„ ln order that they may i trade union or of an individual ^ ho were employed a t the partlcu„,*, oi lirrr. in contemplalar pi,,^^ (heir own behalf." As he saw t.on or furtherance of a trade ,_,, them plctur „ crowd of the words were intended to mean >hf „„„„„„„ dispute, to attend at or near a about t „,„„„,, employees surgthat any sort of crowd could asAs lh >u j,„ CWi ... %  „-e where a ^raon nui „, main entrance of a semble on a lawful basis, and he ^ „., dlM dvanUr.e bulltUng had I M .!2?VI? factory or a big oil reflnery There thought the phraseology was danm X)M ,„„, „, d ,„ „, up vrr September^2. would be no use in having three gerous. ' th *f. S"S J^ic uCc we,rw.nt.ng ,n the previous Act. practice would be in a place like Hf w— ua „ unt tha , n i e g„. that to have say 50 people as a U1|(jn o( ma kmti especially at picket. naI Mace, it was dllhcult to And The Arting Colonial Secretary Km „ hln that was completely continuing said that a Union might ^t^f.ctory and meet every posimlet on their right arm have a strike on the wharf, lor slD | c ro nur.,. rd I' ket which example. In that case the deflnl.... HI legible characters." tion of "place" might be extremely Not In Agreement 7 was not amended but aifBcult. The Acting Colonial Secreta.y some dlacussion. Returning io the question of said he did not agree with the as foUows: numbers, he said that If there was Bishop's suggestion that the wor.ls ,,raon who, wtth a view nmslllr Ior picketing a .lore acting on weir own behalfbe ..„>• othe, person U ^ flcU> „ ^ ouU £ ,„ lhP deleted That would meani that ** K .nteres, oi tho who were picketSOT*** to "• !*' '"" M attend merely foi pose of peacefully obttin-tformaillj pcrauadliiR to work or ;>' %  king. 2 "Persons sp* :i accordance with the ig ub-section must when „r a distinguish band •4r W. A. Crawford (C) said that he would associate with the address of the member who had just spoken. He had had an occasion to investigate the Mt Tabor School question and lie knew the state of affairs as described by ;he honourable memoer who had just spoken were perfectly true. •rh other person ha; ega the strike was one by a union 01 postponed to treat the matter |g> HIT lIMAUIiyin ia.a. >u *^~ 1...I,. the nutntional standard of "££> %  „„ flood pertod. Mr. n^iermcn Allder said. *e roof of the sch.i building had been blown off. On income, so to speak. There was a small revenue — !" ,_.-, #-,_, which would be lost as a retull of Wd * %  * %  t !" the paaalng of the BlU-a sum in oVpartmtnt %  ent and look c oth.. vicinity of $3,000 per %  nrrorn, mates, ret nothing h"d been * I.U1 he was eonlldent that lh. t" the roof of the building. returns which they were UMj nisapuoinlfd to get would compensate HI loss. Ha had been somewhat disapMithen moved that the Bill be p^ted aj see when he read u second time. j 1 -red auring tbl Mr. F. L Walcott (L) seconded. t He said lhat as hon. memlier. were aware, the price of fishing [f ^ .leep 'a lines. Ilshing ILK .,,., lin u ,„ e parents ol flood affair, and the sth etc. had risen greaUy and COMeme chnoren of Ihe Mount Tabor not ^"P"' !" ^^""'' 0 £! quently li.hermen were finding ,1 ^ nool und u,ey had aaked him 'upposed to be the pnmar> I difficult to secure these things. l0 pul ta the House the suffering He hoped that all honouralue wfucn lheir children were underI members would give the BUI their pg because of support, so that the nshermen lun|l|>>; I lt> I") eritage He did not know if the parochial authorities could be blamrd | Public Works Department to l.ok for ,j, e delay of *.he roof bring into the trouble. He was la.wr t b^jj on the building, bn knew that when all was said and dots*, it was the central 0* ment who was responsible R I ting relief not having been given j to those who had sustained damj ages. Govornment had coocentrtted a greater degree of help to those of the metropolitan area at the expense of those of the rural It the ..light get the benefit intended Mr. K. II. Mottler IK) the BUI should not be conrinci lisheimen, because there were lot of people in the island. somebocjv's par-' to put the in a serviceable condition. It was Og not only to the parent., and their children who BW hard hit. but also lo elementary education In .he colon Government, yet lhat the damaite to wh. ..,,. 0 „ caused much rncon school puoils. had not been repaired Ciovernmenl Nejlimiil It had to be borne in mind tha: they did not have sufficient j :.) Government should IBl right to do or abrtaln fror "* ""' "* "^L'"' v> \„ ',•'„„,: brwch ol a union. ngfully and without •> ,h *' u ". pol,c *;. k i,,^l As he understood it. the words was a crowd, would probably bo can iaxM a ,„,„, b y nonthere, could keep the crowd awav mml m mBerl Th€ „ rolghl , ance to or inlimif rom the entrance and allow the a txn k c m a .store in which none I ^ei son or „|cketing to be done in an oi xnt employees were unionists. .fc or lus children, or ord erIv fashion according to the There might be a strike in a faelaw. In nuch an event he saw ^ wh cre only hall ol the nlU) foil a** no Hifficullles as regards numbers, ployees were unionists. Then 0 about from „ ,. ,nei.was anower possibility that llausc :\ (juiae tott* might be a strike in %  plate %  my t>~la. clothM or As reg.ro. picketing, n. „.,, whcr e one se' ol %  ",. property owned ^. r,*i even wiWout me pio )t cs were tlnslng for one reaactually fishermen, but owners ..i A (ew ^ I such other person, legislation cnuinea in clauses 0 ^^ ^d another sel lor another fishing boats who got llshernun „ Krced t h ul : ves him of or hindan u i of We cull, were was utlsa reason. to work Ihem. He would like tjjjjj %  r in the use thereof; jn tne present law or me to.union Mr. Evelyn said that the Acting know what would be the Position attached. If or law to slay it. Tnose ci.u-es :. coloi.ial Secretary was saying Uiat of these owner, as reference I ,:ne addino mpar i,i,i investigator could not Ma or besets tin house nlIoaucR1 M „ to act out actual tne Trade Union would uo so and only been made to llsnermen ... onjl srcll0n wls blown off b ul castigate the Government for %  P'* c wb *' c ,c limits ana to act as a gu.ae to ,„. if there was no regulation such. ... adequacy that PW *?2 ^Sf?, l.aaetnions, employee, and enthei were nc!t bound lo uo 11. Mr. O. r. Allder it I .u hj „ lni d lo e ,.. "Z ,n h.^ the pwyer. generally. So far a. the difficulty of de",'"'' X^'hlr ,1 %  ',"""''• '""' RgVtlt --" %  -"• %  t o .SS to bU h.4 n iuu;o cYea'r : %  bU to. touuSeor OHJ U Chandler see that il v said was if the relief uilci Vnulhvr Case fil?w. such oil >"**" CotaU %  •••" " dU "i ", h "i WM be given io IWiennen was t, A """" or more other Secretary. arguments as argup,.,eiul and what was not. Some,,„,„,,„, 1O hoJ e persons who a dlorderl> nunu tor encouraging warfare." one had to decide those thing*. w nI >boul ^ harbour in Iheil .... anner in or through any The Acting Colonial So. irepeated lu argumenu in luxurv yachts fishing. ,treel or road, ,y ,,|IUI1 ••— u ta.our of limiting the number of Mr £ 9X ,LJ ^4 mat as bad AJI laoourer it had been be mindful of the MgponalbUit) hool building hus moro heavily Imposed upon them by keeping those they had mdtr repair He felt that Y OUR baby is entitled to have the best possible ,„,, in life, foe on this will greatly depend his future ntll. being. For this reason vou will know how important It i, that vour hahv sh.mlj he fed from the breast. Breast mills i" 'he In litioa Ovailine .upplieihe lorm of concentraled tag halariceJ nouri.ho.enl which Joe. much to mainlain the imonW! .ireniith .n.i sit.lilv daring the n.ir.ing pertod. Ovaltine Enables Mothers to Breast Feed their Baka 4 at"tghl tins b\' all Chtmnts and Storm. P.C.W is\i'. i>n. >'* ^'t vtMfxotfm& wm m Tho %  oooo OQ u 1 1 1 nwj oottooo r^ —so. panOM picket should be com^en set out in the Bill. 11 %  .Hence punnormal practice ln psciwtinj. ling Here tiM-Acung Colonul aecrcp^ged. would be added to the Sfvona ftad ionf > sv hundu-i dol*n or with imury rose on a point ol explanaUon Hun ble G U. L Pile said he was Schedule lo the Principal Act 1th or *.thout tvard -n d said Mr. Chandler .had in favour of Mr. Evelyn's amendcertain articles which would he housblowa aown. TM bcosten lo ^^ lht reponsibilitv f..r J u-rrn not exceeding misunderstood him When h mMl i, and also in favour of what brought in duty free. The I remained arour d lor a short Q0Tl ^/ u Id have told ; takin* to be derived apphed to anyb its negll| %  :. lacking and it waj hardly commendable to think that I -me had to urge Guw %  Mr. Adama had talked about a factory The Acting Colonial Sft with a thousand or more emsaid (hat UN bad ployew. • token all those points into consid' If the hon'hlaj ma-moor's argu.ration There would be caaaa in 'nentJ are correct". Mr. Chandler winch one division of a Union ktt him be honest ana move went on strike, but there would Uktt the word 'peaceful" wherealso be cases in which other • fus in this bill be de, \ on a sympj'.liy leted." .strike In that last case r Mr. chandler then cited the exbe X ht strike sUged by th.I ample of Jamaica on the occasions us „ wrio le and not just by one %  Iwa Unions, there clngfe,uvlsion. aid when, he said, sticks and Th( Bikhop relad that if uld not be inutunes were used. There was legislation of that kind undated i %  anything but peaceful picketing lhroug h they should put the re•',jn a man l>etween those two Unions It was # ponsibillty for picketing etpeople ol In about the n UII The Same •.loetation was resun.-1 i asion seeking 10 nunta rm part of a pkket. i ranged his mind Mt that if Dick; .fibers were allowed. It In the nature of intniii. r than peaceful In him reasonable Ol ->: %  %  '1 I : Mr. W. W. Beeee (E) agr with the explanation. .On^-ij'j w ba he question to thfl honourable other hand, however, he not for the life of him, ho memoer in ought him it would i dated when he • bag vote, say in hlecuens. In his warfare, and nothing else t elyn had moved amendment, which if It did not DM point of view of a effect all that he hoped, would uid__be aU n lftow that they were puttnm I !,-w men The ; hought DO the Statute Book somethini. hich would show the. someone. He would !" responsibility placed on the Trade Union or the employer Arguments Repealed ii on tha Hill nirnts in favour of ttieir particular on lb. last :„ o r u „pe.ee7ul"plck.n, lledid > !" ~<> •— %  "•"••'" %  * _.. ... ... ,,-t. .I.,., lh,, 10CII -:.g the same motion f aV our of peaceful picketing and had , „, not think It was right lhat they 'eniliTta..^ "' Ch " %  " :^L AC*. C4on..| '"' lid not agree %  ne last meeting l %  „ hod Mod la tind out %  %  ,.nd also the M i rful picketing %  . %  and in almost I i.dment I M Ev< lyn Their was. "It shall be f or u .. >wona, but not more than three, at at. ^nd at ony one time Meoniim Strainod t nfldatntOOd tliat rOST) great atn Ml upon the Law ii. ... %  H %  % %  ihe law was broken. understood, for example. Act. and he was MtaMflnaj I %  tr> vaa ..t Act Hi, Acting l .as not aware thai tit, .luputes i Jamaica had arisen out u ptesWtin| He : arisen out of gosa oraj Ui.sagreeriwnl between the two l iiii.iu. , a> II. |ii S lrikes lOll knew lnl>eaceful plcketum He did -. MUtl Ml said lhat they would continue all night without %  and added that that was MTfl reason why thev should refer lo clauses 0 and to a Beted < %  iiniiuer Me made a Bed and Di si :ii si John pok rotorrini the clauses to the coin: h aitl Boi n inuved thai th. I lourond '"' U ininutOi and this was roaolvi On rosumption Mr I'. %  od an amendmi ,.!,i,h would have the effect making people in n appointed by a Trade individual %  mplojrw Mi think that it should be allowed at nutson se. %  JL Hou ble Mr Hu t OOn had da^j t Evelyn's motion ekiii : plored the bad lhat there w t limit the composition of a picke' York was diverted 10 Lon.lt Airport, one of the paiacnge Mrs Rena Adlear. S1*7MFohsh woman gave birth to | gnl in Hillington Hospital. Middlesex, A doctor and an had stood by at the A-.rpon In response to a radio mes*... %  .. „f the pilot of the plane puket pofton urgent permlsalon to land. %  cuter trikes The right place to settle I.. arounu a table wilh l won not lieatc.i t"'.by physical contact w itn mat .he meaning of "any one their opinions The accounts thai i i MM read ol labour disputes in thor countries did tk %  pie at each %  ) sjwtotsl lo have tn •• nw did ine-auras intioducod hare. The on. let them have %  in? other words in II Bios left him U i tea absolutely cold He did not agree Ine*." If they aak nth the argument laot MbOTt he .arned OD if they .lid not legalise peaceful >rked. he would picketing they might find th."i, n an who stands selves unable to prevent N I .* boiler at such and Their hajsincs* was to kogdalato business and which : .i tha bonoftt ol the community eso was such and He might be wrong, said Mi %  and such Plte. but he utterly fulled to ate i.ow any member w!hc. to not more than five was put lo the negative by a 4—6 division Voting; was as follows — Ayes: Hon'bles Mr Bvi Hanschell. Mr Pile and Mt Chandler Naoa: Hon ble* Pr Masstah. Mi ire. muoducoo ""'.., Hul$on the B Motion Carried Tlie motion ol ".but Presidential I lection ttw fc IlKl.N.NK 1'relmunaiy MM \ -itial resultlo-mght at the end of Plniand'l two-day PtlaHi I %  for the partial Bipnortat| the r> i h icUo n of I*vear-old President .luso Paasikivi light roCugaj % %  -' little "\4 by 8" hota* making up a total number M '-* persons. Four or nad been hurrlcoi could not but vivioly in inconvenience -nd lack ol pnvacv .vhich would accrue tt-. 1 .'. ,/eoplo heapva m a liUU woman had been given 32 in ooard. aii :.ount anynome. She WO* •ili in .. Md plight foi i>een given no uprights and no work c".: Faltr) Sums 0| ihing for any : to go to th Q tha melting of licult lor people to be The way in which the flood victim! had been handleo mm the impression that • ible lor giving help lo the then lacked business tech It was five mori" 'louses had been damaged ( i •louses that were not damaged had removed at a Md afMoh far 'surpassed the amount needed to repair those houses to a N out that Hat if trouble.I id nun. trouble iho tn handle.) In a more minute manner Held R*pw.MMe "Everybody." Mr. \IWer Mid, l-oliit lheir bond hold me responsible for the things that have not yet been remedieo They km ha\-e little IWOJ m this matter' Hurricane Relief Committees had gone into a bungle chiefly beu were 00 representaUH people to help make %  I nd that was wh have been set right in and quicker manner. The honourable menu i to oversight the fad that of all the help given to Uk;i gainst the damage i %  Aiagud 31. St. John had attention. Hi would not go fully into 'he matter then as v but he Intended Government's position In the affair and he begged that ihe motion be ;.ostponed. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. SLA VIEW CHEST mm Hastings. Barbados lllgb Class Cuisine. Comfortable Bed.. full) Slocked Bar RATES: $5.00 per day up (Inclusive) \ualIIIMIII; INC. IN B.C. COINTIMJES UPHOLD TO THF, TRADITIONS OF FINE TAILORING To-dav. as ever before FUCARTV'S is in the lead with up-to-the-minute Styling for Men's Suits. High quality Workmanship and attention lu details carried to perfection. ORDER VOIR NEXT SUIT NOW! We have the I incsi Selection of Suilings in Stock. as .:::'.:: ,:, .,v...,'.-,-,-v..,.-.,. %  %  %  .-. %  %  %  %  .-.-.-.-. %  %  %  ^. %  %  %  %  %  ^.-. %  %  .v.v.-.v/vmmfXK ncaefSP*"** lo the effect lhat people picket' nig should carry on tlv "ght arm put and carried —^ j, j. ^^ oaased after J Mr PH. .ben mw moliun ^ J^^ x ^^£j liu WITH AN YOU 611 EXTRA RUGGEDNESS Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours Ca=5£3"". They're all fixed t l-'ixed prices! And identical parts! That's what you get when vou buy r.'rd spares from us All genuine ans are sold a( low, fixed prices— "I them is made from high quality bat Uata of precision mg|llli ula% and Checked and nggntffrliuUJ for accuracy. We, is epena, know that only a genuine Ford .-factory job in a 1-ord That i*hy e jlways lit ihem—an essential salcguard %  jl mot ..ring. tadaGiie %  vCPlNWu'.t :A1TlHliS 101 tl TIMS! %  (...*-* • WNt* >• or 1.0 t MM largjgj Htt>lli in y ..11 o -at a uai> B' C.-IB1I. O id go to Ml --•J aStaStl WoHb 1 t If AlkaSeltzer J la In SltkMta*. •SaSr-So, Uktet totia, U ahgeoluiaJj tMrtnlaaa, So-t-g, .wr wltb ftaaa opruooa. Md I* totssnac • routa u*a viaowr • UM•usVft srorin amctir M iia^aasa %  ."" MIAM. u>4 POJ MW. rich WMU4 •>>•trn In ten* ••!* in %* notin you ou •* araa utiiiTm MiSm *m* na f TOWthM vlawr SM IWWV. unoW g. ta a r —S— 1 — il t rBf t t — or mo**t hack. vi-Tna* SMMI m*Hv u ft-l tU of • aCoaar Md la n ar ul fr !" IS l St Yra r w i p r, or j— nuraly nun ik • %  > %  ) fa.c-H.ga. U,i M JPgMjr %  asMMf MCB. A % %  *%  Ul, ftuhtm %  trintt'botlU of a Vl-Tak* • %  sre ssss.— a_ -g MU mtigt. uj UM Yi-TaM r*" >"v & Co., Lt4. % % %  ( % %  ajaj '*'***"-'**-v.v,v//,v,v •.-. aahaaajaasai



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(planting Of Trees fo Be Encouraged %  he encouragement of the i nn2 ano cultivation of trees in the island, was passed r"Tru 0 use "t -> ' %  "* yesterday. < Ileasons ol Iho an proprrlr spared and are Mini PiiSout %  ' i" "" %  "l" r; rl" l in accordance with Ihr IfSLrnruttcc ' Seasonal Unrule, and praetlres of ( ood arborli-ullure and lhal the are* si |ss*| |r*_r it was recommended on uhlch the, re irowlnc Is not *'Preserving ol Trees leas than half an acre. ,Sr aMiU "' anwnded =o Clause 5 makes provision for a <:'•"':' %  iiemenl further payment known as a ""Linns anil cultivation ol subsidy payment of cenu lor rT*e Wand'•'<' newly planted tree. Unlike -g the implications the tax contribution payment an annual recurring the subsidy paypayable only once .at the end of the that the financial _rcs,onsiyear following the accounting y. r £ %  •" flight 01 the Maude payment. KLH DO l0 ** 1 Government ment is *£ recommended In para, and that HtiTthat the flnancla *L imposed by the Prescrvain which the tree was planted. 3 Tiers Act, 1907. should bo The clause contains a proviso that mrT. — i from the Vestries to payments shall not be made unless Public Treasury*, it is conthe Director certifies that the new -id that the objects which the trees are satisfactorily established. jjrL— had n min<1 Wl11 ** Clause fl deals with the method fTdileved by new legislation of making application for tax. the hnes of this Bill rather contribution and subsidy payments „bv %  jne' din ,h< "^ting law and clause 7 provides that these ILnbjeci. payments are to be made out of Trees Defined the Public Treasury on the wart* * n denies approved trees rant of the Governor-in-Executive £u mihoganv and casuarlna Committee. 'TSwi sucn other species of Power is given to the Director uihe Dirt'ctor of Apiculture of Agriculture by Clause 8 to in. ire sped land on which approved trees •mroved irees and also de;""<' growing and Clause 9 provides ? "attsuntmi, v( ar as ^'"B lhal approved trees shall not be %  rive month period ending on cut down except under a license Airtr first day of March Issued by the Director which may Cnaloni provision in Clause be granted on such conditions as SrtLw Director of Aurictilture he may prescribe. The penalty i nora! tluty of for obstructing the Director in the the interests of tree exercise of his powers under the BUI provides in Clause 8 or for a breach of Clause • of land tutting Uvstion_—, 4 that every owr ^rfitr^ of approved specie* rW \n *ha" he entitled u. te ut annual payment, called icMtnbution payment, euual *e riouiii ti ownership mil **.. taxes payable in respect ft* land on which the tree* are .iu provided the Director or JIHIT eerHfrM that the trees $50 for the first offence and $100 for a subsequent offence Clause 10 gives the Director of Agriculture power by order to add lo or delete any particular species of tree from the definition of approved trees. Clause 11 repcnU the Preservation of T: 1907. an' Clause 12 nrovides for the commencement of the Act Naturalization Act Amended By House BUI to ^Act. '."' by tiio K of A nmbly yet b G. H Adams l %  of the Bill said time to make the amendobject ol this Bill carte;: -n eonBoa with the Inition of tBship with bt the United Kingdom. • elTe*" Of .ma < %  Be 2 Is that Jill '* ltflstratioii Kingdom in %  -< i' iblir ire ab i %  %  hfaardgrapti (c) of clause :. f.r ttmjy. thUi it' Colortit ^^Hbildrcn who a\ subjects HI citizens ol the Republic by reducing the fcfregistiatu.il iii such cases IB) to $2.50. Tinopportunity been taken ipb (n %  tsust 2 to i irinling In the pn ous schedule, Influx Problem fcO. T. AUdrr I look i' PUH-.-.I ; H*n, 'u in the island. He thought pprounate ih.it he to irtaiuly to draw alter treat %  .. •wstitig in 'no colony—the Be people, colh from neighir, s n further • ime here without any difficulty and remained in the island. They contributed but little to its well being, but congested sol up to be rented about ttu city and had the tendency more to break down the moral constitution of the colony than to %  ssas* In building it up. noticed tli;.t Iinrba itans could not B0 to other West Indian rfthout i;omg through the regular routine of paying down iiisfv the authoring--. He would warn Government ol the threatening danger as a result of i>eople coming to the colony. He icWnd members to take a step Into the problem then before it gut worse and uncontrollable. Some people were occupying business houses a-out the city and employed natives at low wages. They had t<> l>e interested in the treatment given to llarbadians and anything that would affect them. These people added little to the island, but left anytime the> wished with thail hoaV) earns. Not Quite Fitting Mr. W. A. cmwford K . that .some of the remarks of tiic Ifenber (or St. John were not quite fitting to the matter under discussion, ll was not the very wisest of proposals one could make if one brought up %  ucfa a suggestion as mifcilH harsher restrictions against the coming in of strangers. For one to introduce such a measure, one would surely have iorgottcn thl l the salvation of the people ->1 Barbados depended to a large extent on an outlet for the people. nil ill afford to talk about keeping strangers from within their ,:..' While everyone is talking about the turn of the 20th century 1 have a problem of my own. and that is the progress of gangster aged two and a half. This Juvenile delinquent, this enemy of society that 1 harbour at home, has entered a new phase of his career down the slippery slope. He has given up toy snatching and other crimes of violence and taken to the confidence trick. S i x months ago he was simp 1 y a muscle man with a Bowery accent that no one could unSMASHER WICKSTEED derstand. When —f>/am a miA people opposed bin or misunderstood what he DannR Plan aid he (lew in a rage and beat THE IIOI'SK iletectivi them up. charmed as everyone else. But that's all small stuff io completely deceive.), relaxed their him now, and he is launching out watch, and the stage was set for H a society crook, a cherubic, part two of the plan. This was Hatlles who enraptures nil tims l>efore robbing them. J i'e's old* tanf %  ten the Emperor's Son Marries Belgian Princess %  I'.. BELGIUM, Jan. 17. l Us ' 'i Hti|>sburtf. aged 31. son of Charles, the titipemr ..I Austria and Princess Yolandc De Llgne, > !" %  [>nd carpet 880 vards long to their ^"2^'' ( %  nony here today. !'. %  ;,.., un, .,,i„ landing before an altar K,f ' m*d with the arm;, ol ., lamtt) ass^aibasudo, to In,,,. ; \ M :, IXLignc, % %  *"' %  ..s a General under li.ni. VIII ol Rutland, Cardinal \ an ROQ later eonducted the religious ceremony. The old chapel was too small ., '""' >' to accommodate the 100 guests JsJ, VI?." 1 1 ""' 1 : s "' "'•' chosao from the 2.000 members of — ,' the Hapsburg and IXLigne fam%  i.i„ "if'f' led '" ""' U*, %  f alke.i down ihc red Huge arc lights specially ... liny village hall, Mailed In the chapel for newsreel %  cameramen, glittered on the wide C t > ,IAl1 nil tiara ot the bride. Paaddlriff ^ H 'r wedding dress and train c kiSS?*' '" old Paris lace, embroidered I nakan oi ^^2 !" .,.*'"'' .....Icons Empire—was can-lei •ssCff..,,',! c, rs '"""' "' to and from the village hall by 6 Un etad page toys and Morning Dress The bridOaTOOn won morning the arm of his drc ^Four tta ** flew over lhe ...i,p %  Ue—the De Ugne (red low p black mouminc i lot he • s,i 1 dard) t the Belgian Flag, thf Pe Empcroi. ^ed. white, and green flag of Hunt g'ir.v, and the Austrian flad %  'her FJiee Home luded the Princess of Lieehtcnstien and her Prince Convautcd with he) %  Prince Jtavier of Bourbon, ma from ''anna Xnvier of Bourbon (brother .is daugii:. Kmpr'ss Zita) and his wife ran P< taceei Magdalena. Crown Prince D i Luxembourg, and Prince *~met thi u i.is of Bourbon and his wife tiaughter of the C D| Kni.imiel of Italy. r< :i Belgian detectives, who of Eu; %  the hi "to cv, Lb %  %  ii tllC I been on duty since Saturday because of lhe huge value of the • • C tied by guesU. con%  tanT aa wed to patrol the grounds as, fternoon. tcort to celebrate in the old ed castle—Beater PAUL MUL1JER, 63, a German research chemist, i ;n %  aareh ot "peace and security IU their County. Wesford, Hire. Th. ed into by heavy seas for four days. This was the, burg early in November with a compa.v Kilmore they ;trc en route to Cork to make final to Brazil. Fishermen .it Kilmore said the-. America alive, especially at this lime of %  sector of Berlin and hope to join them in South and his daughter A^a. 18, who II* trying 16 ft. sailing boat Berlin after leaving Kilmore re harbour by fishermen after being swept time they have been rescued since leaving Hamschool atlas as their only navigational aids. From Piepnrations for crossing the Atlantic via Madeira hi the Midlers had little chance of reaching South Mrs. Muller and a son are still living in the Soviet America.—Express. My Gangster Son Strikes Again! II* HVriBIiril 1\ irksli-iil nd M as simple ns it was darini.. He went roUXid the room oponly with a shopping basket and pinched Crook's Dream everything in sight. The grown-ups were so engrossGULLIBLE wa Med in themselves, and the other vourite prey. When aunts anJ children so busy hunting slippera others take him 00 their knee, |Q (ml n u iiible;-, that lie I 'leaned coddle he doeant hick the m In th e Ui without anyone noticing, and mure or ti v to %  OVOitC I lri;K ie his getaway on a lirst triihiii HIS out. evcle. He allows them to pet him bo" jj y the time the hue and cry %  USB, while they are doing it he wetl ( up he'd cached his swag In can rob their handbags and raixing once move their jewels. innocently and emptyWith the house full of gues'.s handed, with the guests. and relations at Christmas he Qn Boxing Bay he used an made some wondetful ham,. acoompUoa for one of his jobs. Boxes of chocolates, gold ctgar-l ]] e couldn't reach the natalOB Of ette cases and parcels ol presents r „i^ turkey on the table N ho lay around all over the place, it lifted the cat up to get some of was a perfect set-up, %  roaster it for him> Whetl lr ,e four-legged crook's dream, and nothing wu dupe jumped down with a drummissed by his nimble tingeis. stick he took it from her mouth Each "job" was planned with and didn't even give her a share, cunning and skill. The first thin;: Women, who love to think they a crook lias to do at a party is are reforming a crook, iire cooto create confidence, and bt di I -tantly covering up his crimes. this by moving about among the He leaves his fingerprints all guests making small-talk about over the house—in strawberry pussy cats and bow-wows. Jam or treacle usually—and Instead of preserving them for the polico these women &o round removing the evidence with damp cloth-;. Crape-Lifter AT NIGHT they give him sweets and tell him th be good, and he looks back at them like a blonde angel who couldn't no wrong. Yet ail the time, hidden under the blankets of the cot, he has a regular arsenal and burglar's outfit consisting of torches, plastic guns, water pistols, wigs and false noses. lies already teaching himself to pick locks. If he could write I'm sure he'd forge cheques, and his knowledge of blackmailing methods is frightening. We might be able to hush all this up if he would confine his criminal activities to the house, but recently he has taken to shoplifting. The greengrocer ll thl principal victim and grai i speciality. There isn't a grape-lifter in lhe neighbourhood to toueli htm. ttil technique is lo wait till his mother has engaged lhe greengrocer in conversation and then to knock off B grape from the front of the shop. Lesser fry of lhe underworld would bolt with Iheir swan, but not this boy. He strolls ml .,A nothing had happened, and by the time his absence If grape is safely inside, skin and all. Man-Traps 1 USED to think my elder l-oy had a promiiiu; career in crime ahead of him, but be*) absolute i. | Mi little brother, who won't even stop at murder. His first efforts li honueuiei were crude. He tried to bash people's skulls in with hammers. Then he took to lattlDj] mantraps at the top of the stairs. The idea was that after tripping up you'd fall downstairs and break your neck. But now he has a much bet lei system. Hi ps in the kitchen or somewhere else arhert people are at work, turns on the gas taps, and silently creeps out again,. I suppose there's one thing to be thunkful for. By law they can't hang him until he's 18. Scutr TreatyDisclosed LONDON, Jan. 17. The Foreign Mini i Ki.ime, The United States, and Britain made an agreement on the Saar in Paris last November, which has never been published, a British Foreign Office spokesman disclosed here to-day. As he was speaking for only one of the three Government-, concerned, he said, he did not feel at liberty to make any pronouncement on this agreement. In usually reliable quarters here, the agreemeni was believed to Ot that the Saar should come into the Council of F.urope this summer as an Associate Member. The spokesman also disclosed I German Chancelloi, Konrad Adenauer, had recently approached the three Allied High Commissioners on the q < West Germain's Milltai ity. He said that no German roquatl had been made at a Government level, nor as far M he knew, had any formal request been made to the High Commissi-mei The spokesman declined to comment in details on lhe Mattel between Dr. Adenauer and the High Commissioners, on the ground thai the Hitdi Coii.missioners had their own spokesman in Bonn. In answer to a question, he said that the matter as brought up by Adenauer had not been referred back for a decision from the three iillicil pi The spokesman to-day reiterated the British Go. cial point of view. He laid that while Allied Occupation troopl remained in Western < %  daring at present anv moi lantee. —(abater.) Resolution Vetoed By Russia 1.AKR SUCCKSS, .tan. 17. The Security 1 Council tuday took up the General Assembly resolution concerning the regulation and reduction i Uonal armaments and armed forces which appcoved censu>. This had been voted earlier by Russia. The A Dirnendad that dispite the lack of agreement between thf. Big 1' Census Plan should at in the Conventional Armaments Commission in order such progress as may be possible "—Renter Finland Replies To Soviet Request HELSINKI, Jan. 17. The Finnish Government to-day formulated its reply to the Soviet memorandum demanding the cxtradltten of 300 war criminals in accordance with the Peace Ti Finland's reply Is to leave by special courier for Moscow tomorrow, and will be handed to the Russian Government by Finland's Minister in MOSCOW, Mr. (lay Sundstroem on Saturday. in her repij, Finland says that i;he has taken all tne measures a sovereign State can by virtue of her constitution, international law and the Peace Treaty. Usually well-informed diplomatic sources here interpret Finland's reply as n polite rejection ot Russia's memorandum. Relating in detail the enquiry by the Ministry of the [ntanOf into Russia's demand, the replysays that the list ot 56 persons ad of particularly grave against the Soviet Union, contains the same name twice. Sixteen of these persons have ran at been mentioned as war 'Is hi earlier Russian communications to Finland OH extraditloa, the reply adds. <>f these 16, six are under there, live have disappeared, 'our have left the country, and one is dead. Some of the listed persons, whose extradition Russia demands were handed over to her before her memorandum was deii. Finally, the reply explains, 39 of the persons Russia wants exd were vainly searched for by the Communist dominated nment ruling Finland until the Parliamentary Ion in 1948. Soviet Russia Is expected to send a new memorandum insirting on the raet thai th. editions she demands, but Finland may out ihat Soviet Russia Is still holding about 2.000 Finnish war prisoners in breach of the ill] weJMaftamod diplomatic sources said. healer. Oik Steady LONDON. Jan. 17. There was a changed sentiment in the gilted edged section of the London Stock Exchange to-day. Buying orders in medium tnd long dated issues created gains of i lo *ii per cent. In other sections the .mount ended on a quiet note. With prices mixed leading industrials were uncertain and showed small losses and gains in most groups. PObaCI 0 'haies u.i. %  p.ntu :larly dull market. Leeding oils were steady. Very little interest was shov n in these issues apart from ultramars which moved up to nine shillings. There was a fair amount of preliminary carry over business in domesUc issues but this proceeded smoothly and presented new difficulties European bonds were maintained. Japanese issues moved fractionally Ufhcr. Among rails La Guaira Ordinary eased to around 74 on the company statement regarding progress of negotiations for sale of underi-king. Cape advices showed higher levels at Johannesburg for selected Free Staler*. This gave the I/>ndon Market %  ilrm tone although Una) prices werunder the bcst.—Reuter. Eva Feron Well Again BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 17. Throughout Ars-vnlina. hjltiri* brlwrrn 8 arid 6.10 lo.i was "Ihankstfvini" for th* recovery of Senora Eva Ppron from a recent appenucctonomy. Meanwhile the latest official bulletin says Ihat she has now almost fully recovered and is now engaged In lhe task of answering messages from all parts of Argentina and abroad.—r Messages Of *>iii|jathv LONDON, Jan. 17. tance Italv and Portugal, M. Vincent Auricj. Signor Luigi Einaudl shal Oscar Antonio, have sent message* of sympathy u. Kiog George VI on the loss of the subTniculent". Reulrr. East Coust Uoad Mr. I). A. loafer tabled the following question in the House of Assembly yesterday: What is the delay of 11 of the East Coast Road for which the sum of seven thousand dollars am BaaveB i,. nge BOOM Will Government lake the necessary steps to have this rosd surveyed, wlih the view of starting the construction of it, which is urgently needed by the pari.hioners of Si, Andrew, and ibe Island at a whole? In The Legislature Yesterday COUNCIL AIB HMM ] „„ u,. f0|tow BUI to mi* Ih4 -r.^ v < ISM. Bill to .uUwSTlh, ..mg.ru, the rYadc Act n r <4i) '/'"."; %  "• < %  ii-2 ££i. T „ i. *""~ !" SlJass. uTZZL. J? !" !*' <*."• CIIUI.II ,-~* a to n for oi. PUIVIUIK as. HOUSE sJSL9 "5 "s— %  *~"t !" > 2. !" ,'K, "!'•""• IMormins III. Mon.UT.bl. ih. Mou ol Ambl.. in. Hunmnbto in. Houw „1 AS 2 ,UJ " ""• U~.n.bS VSM^rxit> ..I siatr lor the Colonm HOUM be informed Out h c h*. rmaal in* view, c-apmeed. Si.iement ol Pott ofllce Advance, tne joth November. 1MB. Keport <,i the Comptroller of Cuii.nu on tne Cmtonii Revenue. Trade %  "* **£*"" • %  " >Und for the The folWuini Notice* were B iv, n Df. Cummin.. KeeolulUm to plg-e he ,um ol M.JOO .1 the dupoUl ol -or-in-Exetullve Committe.lo guppknient the Enpenditure Kiltrruilea lt-M. p„, |, Current SSmale*, a* -HOWII iti the SuppleiitrnUfv l l J ll l*S-. No. , which fen lhe BstMeaai lO ihi. rev>lution Mr. Adam. He*olution lo place i ..ran oi U.OM .i the dip.,i ,,i i-iii-rxecutivp niinnuiliT to Mipptemem the Expenditure Eitimale.. liWBV-M. p.r, ,. Cutnw fa tUnatant, u ahown in the S u pole men t Mm IMS-.SO, No 19, wh,c form the schedule to'the leaolution. Mr. D. A. Koater tabled m quetUon relative to the delay ol the .UCYCV M the Eait Coaal lload. The Hou-e paaaed the followlru,;ii,...i-p^inimcnt of a Manhal of "• ol Assembly. "'" '" saaaag the Cuxoma Tune A Bill few Btassotata the culuvauon ..i iree.. and for purpoae* In conneeno,. therewith. A Hill to antrnd (be NaturaliraIIM An. 1915 %  • dM-ui*ed and po.tponed .. motion by Mr O. T. Allder that v'.'!" f 'i h l" a ". ho, d >* *">* ""^t •"• Mt. Tab.>r Moy* School, lhe rool oi *..irli had been blown oft*. The ||, lu e hettan dlneutelon on rrB^MUaa hy Mi. T. Q Bryan m ihc medical service fivrn -( the I'ri-.m h, warder* and pria^nm. The ileUiie •• %  pc-tponed. Tne House adjourned to TnaaQaj neM at J 00 oVUx-fc. ^^ Wlmt Is Wrong At The Prison? The House of Assembly yester • day besan conaideralion of repli-. ns asked by Mr. T. O Bryaa (I.) as to whether thl Medical Ofllcer of the prison wi (iouij. hd duties in an efflcie... nuiniur. Discussion on the matter was postponed. The questions were: 11) Is there a rule reguls .in' the visits to be paid to the prison l>y the present Medical Officer: 12) If the answer is in th* .'iftlrmative, will the Governnwit idease state the ml. (3) Is it a fact that (ho Medical Officer of the ptfttpl does not visit in accordance with the stipulations set dow iu this rule? (4) Is it a fact that prisoner have reported ill <>n occasion when the Medical Officer ha; failed to visit, and have hao *.. do without medical treat in >M until the next day. 1 (5) Who is re*|H.,. the observance of X) • (6) Has any report of tV breaches Oi these rules bee' made to Government? Mr. Bryan (L) said that be %  ""' looked into the attendance book and had found that the Medical Officer had missed three -isiting days. Had he made a mote thorough perusal he might have found that more breaches had been commuted There was a general dissatisifttCtioB -it the prison, Ixilh ] %  and warders feeling that l ->re not given the best med! ical attention when they were ill It was held that the Medical Officer went about his duties I a lackadaisical way and it would seem as though he did not like the Sunday _aaU"f"*r thougli system of favouritism was going on at the prison. Those /ho held D of favour went tn lhe (. so boldly or resign. In an institution BUtfe prison there should be better regulations. As the case stood, since the Superintendent had reported that the Medical Officer had never missed a visit, it mea.it that he (the Superintendent) had either never looked at the attendance book or was attempting to shield the Medical Officer. The affairs of the Superintendent should t examined or he should be asked lo resign. He hoped that out of the exposure that day, some relief would he given to the warders and prisoners. Mr. E. D. Mottle* (B) said th ll I something was definitely wrong %  prison, but the first th:ng members soeined to oversight i was that to get efficient work, you had to give appropriate salaries. It was his opinion that the 160 a month which the Medical i Ofllcer got was not sufficient. ^.V ^ Uh.'ft r /// TIE SAFE, GENTLE PlEsSANI 10 TAKE LAXATIVE O F course you like to sec your kiddy healthy and happy, with .i mesj| 'oung system kept clear of all impurities. If you've any cause to worry about the children's regularity, give them a small morning glass of Andrews Liver Salt. Pleasant, bubbling Andrews keeps them free from tummy upsets, and children love its merry lizz ". Mother has ihc satisfaction of knowing, too, that this safe, gentle laxative takes care of inner cleanliness, but it is nonlubu-lorming. ANDREWS UVER SALT COOLS^, REFRESHES • INVIGORATES IIHOIVHT IO.SO Leading RALEIGH THK ALL-STEEL BICYCLE Solf Distributor. In Harbado* CAVK, Mil. cm KI> & CO, LTD. II). II, 12. 13, BROAD NIKKtT SUGAR FACTORY SUPPLIES • PROOFKD ASBKSTOS METALLIC Marl • ASBKSTOS YARN i • Hi II Ii I i; JOINTING J—1/10 • STEAM JOINTING 1—1/16 • GOODVEAR RUBBER BELTING 3 ins.. 31 ins., 4 ins 4J ins.. S ins.. Gin| In.. • WATER HOSE—1" • STEAM HOSE J"; %"; l" • FIREFLY SPIRAL STEAM PACKING CITY GARAGE TRADING (0.. LTD.



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CLASSIFIED ADS. B*UL* M L? FOB HLM .-%  j*ir **"* f "* aa "_J ion. rouND P !" fCBUC SALI3 KCIiM "" L j *•=• %  *"" %  noi HOUSES "-Ue—**, ASHTON—On ".niirrh. Fmiy Four ~ S*a Max we,1 Clin.i Furnitf,*! ruining B*droom. Drawing .nd Dlnlnj !" *"> overlooking i"Dial on-Sen Welchea, M, fcw ,„ Fumiahed Phone sou II 1 SO-*) J: psora 0 ADVOCATE ielondar> !" £?S£K, DIED urn IK" ^ ^ .1 i.'ill lav,va> lll'f mr-.-il Aaecl •:>. her lair reilkcnool !*"* %  %  ' Ko.l. St si Mtcnael* Cathedral and VMbua Cemetery. Mdf an aiked lo atund. Percy and Eno* Millar IMMI, Catherine Johnn n.nman daughter-i. I'laudc Bknman and Cecil Johnlaw., Errol Chaw repy) IN MEMORIAM rw taring rn**""^ !Z, •>* %  Suiwhlne %  •! her Lord* pre*. ^T„, minn January i ThtfleciinK ley f!i_ Horte .daughter. C "^Sr-nU*,,. Mi A !" ., Hope -Ilraih Ti MrHop,Wlfe. Ml AiM v s "' month. February. IN*. AW> Or further pwileuli?,' PO. Bn 1A3 FLATS fully furniahed with Ilcfri*. Indramer. Worthing. ui.ao-i.fi. two Mrwnu. Kitchenette. inti r • %  o Garage. Phone sow. New i"dah. B.iih U-l 50—2n W.I. Unlikely To Accept MOF Proposal • From Pare i audience of over 30 Prwsmen. VW I ? n ^ "" hop< ,or " West r ld „. s or ll5 j SSJg?' """—" 5 no. The whole difference betwesn he Food MlnlKry and the W5 Indie, now rest, upon whether me colonies should be guaranteed a market for ihe sale lo Britain of 1.100,000 tons annual100.000 tons. •It would be tragic If no agreements were reached", added Mr. Camobcll "but justification for West Indian Delegates refusing the oner is that eventually their CUM will become more widely known and a better nftc: have to lie made." will II1WOALOW %  'CUrt.Um" | m ., ,". inn ..met(Mrw. Dial am "* 3 "* IB I II an. £?..!? "tV !" aooa bsihina t,,£L "I".. 1 urnrn, k ,^^J '~^fj i i H PIBLII UUS He gave it as his opinion that he Kovcrnment had eonducted ihe talks on the wrong angle. 1'iild have studied the Potion at the BriUsh Colonies which were absolutely depetid• in upon sugar. They should U.W studied the Reports of the t-cn.missions enquiring iigo the Sugar Industry. They could have -hen found out that the bare minimum of production was nectsyary to the economic security of the producing area and related it to an overall statistical position. Then they could have allocated to each colony the minimum Bustamante Going To London • From I*r I tial exports an-r rh.nint !..,!.y un.t.r ih. /iLrani-e ih.i NUod.rm will h.r. jjj*jy '"* r >•"" % %  "" "'< ana .moot-, NlX'OQQsFttl ; ror ,JM. Trosiblcj ",T!rf"J COMMUNI C0NSENSU %  a II l ^sircd ti: mi All bMnitllM j lo* Kaajlo kfep c nui anil (Sgd I 1 HAMILTON MACItlCF. Education Ofllcer. Dominica. IS l FOll SifsJaE --— %  _~ „.-^.. ,.. —— IT~ %  —•-• .-i-B,ii. lll'lll amount of guarantee to survive !" „. n m J 'J'' Brt,lsh Govcrn -! a L' ia >\ Wwl lndl >" Pa** now i,...^ .fOrZ-F,.}?. su ".'". ment and thouindill"rencc lo | oBered would involve a loss of economic degeneration to i £6.125.000. with perhaps smaller consign the losses during the next two years. the West Indian point "of view "" We Indian ; "hout the security of a salisInstead they had just worked ehe „ 'll U .r.!f .!^_!*2tft .•"•>• "ich the, will major portion of workert. had found the answer. But from AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION ;UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER it was the wrong answer. factorv long-term agreement. All We suspect that the fallacious ,hal ,h United Kingdom have. '' I ^V '" K '*e. A CI "' %  will %ni at th* Genrii. tafcr^i^SriFB I A 44. >iiii..v i—~_ eil7_.. 'J' "lacB llodft. w Air r UQB cii en. I Kidio i'lantj( IJ.l Ml 4li ;.vVw> i^triaVAT II I %  iUA"! pneoeau) H houn. Ron MawdUblF A|>pl' BuMdI '<• I'.iik Id! Dl#>*t Only W-.rk.il lor Prw* If 1 atOTO'l BICYI LE BS A >H Anjo"' *ln kro-v* 1151 will il i' i %  iki>.junwu, II I :•• %  .m. : la sood wnrlUDi i K %  ad si("ni brnp p. F. II. OoodiT.l.SO 4n. %  ..let IMT Model .-1 norkhia ordn-. AODIJ I -asvr I'wkptiiun. Pt.sJtiatii.il. at. IA-.V. -I TiltO Appl\ K .lKltuVi, I'hoiir MZ", %  %  IHE SILVEi IAMMU I*I UI.JI Minus ,D *-* ol *' I reasoning that ihe Colonial De* %  P"' 'o the British West In: velopment Corporation will till the j dies u a demand to restrict then breach has created the adversity !?£? !" exportable production to in toe sugar industry because of' 900 000 'n*. a promise for the NOTICE PAJUSB or T. rrni Th* S brldSM In tm wtton of ro I lading from SMcoMi Ouptl Hill to Uitlu.iic Hf loo wa*k lo carry ht-av^ irt-rnp and to* ckMod lo nch traftlc nafllc iialng MIM do to at iheir By rlak. P0ULTRV U'tSTOCK li l so*n WECMANICAL BCYCLX6: Hrrculoa SUvor King, on team, all modol*. in grwn and in Black A. Baraat Ar Co., l.id. Dial MTS. n it n t f %  OECTRiCAL rrovr r. BC with or.n PJ^PJ^PJB Co.it... < > eondiiK* dm %  .-.. M (JM H ,^, O BMnrroli. Se-v,II Airport. IMS model, 5 >nri SU0UI no ofler. ltd, II. O. Iknicr.iii m.i.soBn On Thursday 19th by order of Mrs. p. o. Crichlow we will sell UM Fuiniture at -Carlisle View Bay Street, which includes Double End Settee. Carved Pedestals Couch. Rockers. Upright Chairs, Sideboard. Ornament Tables Round Tip-Top Table, all in Mahogany: China Cabinet. Painted He, CbandtUtr, ii, :u i Painted Screen, Paintings. Glass and China. Plated Ware, law Oak T.ilili. Double ;mu Single Iron Springs and Beds; Bedslead and Spring. Dnstlai Table ,uid Press. |>ainted pink; Child Press, Plaj Pen and Enamel Top Cupboard all panned blue; Mahogany Dressing Table, Pine Presses; Cedar Linen Press; Divan Bedsteads and Deep Sleep Beds (new). Old French Press. Pram. Oo-Cart, Perns Vacuum Cleaner and many other items. Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms cash UAtfKBL TKOTMAN & CO.. Auctioneers 15 1 !. %  calu <3> %  Men., Kotkw. All M lpcaU'> irrwln* Tjable w,Ui larag n ('tn--t-i:-draTT. II ii inr • 2i Kllrhwi jjISCELUNfcQu s DM inig. a >H Bar> rr. rk R ii tl M "'i *• tWuiJl L-', '"" A h: Taylor Ud. % % %  "• %  Street. DU1 4100. ^_ l l.l.S-n, %  T*^? 1 ? 0 S,l, -KTSfi ft.. 6V, It. *P A P"'' A "l*> T>r P Tral-lgar SUe.1 ... Sl.S0--l.fn He A. Mr. H.\l(CiAINS-li i! I Do Not Booat or Boaat Cr.ni.ict F de \brou for Nr-rK A K.-..I Rstate Dial 3111 r HI Olivi* Bouicli, HaMnta;.. of Carter Hro. Nt%r Mann Hall Si PHOPBRTV: llouae and \ju\d. Alu Orave new Ronrhea Plant Ml Cm bo inapected wty day In the i UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE TIDE ..pplloatlon of Joatph Alle>ne i I Beck In Boad. St Uleharl leapernnt.ion ii -ell 8pirlU. Malt Uqu.ii -all buildlni I Lai ^ MichiM DMed ir.i-4. I Till daa U Jjnuarv ItM To: B. A. MeLBOD, Raq Police MaglatraSK DIN "A" JOSEPH AI.I t:i -,y i h li "rii application will ba ronudered at a UcenalnS Court to be hela at KtlM-f Court. UiMnct %  A mi FYiday UM 27th day o* January 1W %  B. A MclXOD. Rftttea Magutiate. DiaL 'A" LOST k FOUND LOST I Sn |i Ml Kinder pleaae return aiiic to BiUmp, Kew Land. Si. Mlchatl. %1 .'u he official information of th. C D.C. peak operations of the ten million dollar Timber Development Scheme in British Oman. which will employ seven to eigh hundred men while sugar employs thirty thousand persons directly and another three thousand indirectly. Business Will Suffer "Sugar and it's by-products provide 57% of the value of all exports. It is obvious that sugar depression will leave Govennm M without necessary funds for Administration, business will suffer J?* 8 | and itiere will be more hardship for workers who also have to IBM The cllects of devaluation. It .is certain tha.t the people of British Guiana will retaliate to 'his indifTerei.ee to their fate Worker meetings are indicating itiis. "Labour Party members who are in the majority in the British Guiana Government have been called by the Guiana Graphic U ask for an emergency meeting of the Legislature to pass a Resolution to put the issue straight to the British Govenunent Is it* an idea to give an impetus to Communism in the West Indies?" From British Honduras, Billboard cables: "Will Support Sugar Issue." Support" has also come from the* British f.uiana Chronicle and tin Barbados Advocate whii.li c.ibles 'The Advocate wholeheartedly .supports the West Indian s.ugar Hetegaiion and expressed in the strongest* tenn^ its heaVUeal eonFOUND KRYS BulMtng, will fiiKlm ^„ it* Ad\-ig Depl rtepa of II M I A H 1MI %  %  • HELP n oppUcallon to Mr P, Kriln.n. YOUNG LADY for our Ofnr* at Threa P \ II. Homaatead. Paj-nea Bay. Tit. I "", Factory. St. 1-hlllp I faaats. It.I CUVR SWUNG HOUSE butigalow, four bed-roomn etax-lrklt>. wipe In 3 to < lea, "" r A. E. Taylor ^>^et Dial-alOO 13.1 [ '..daa. BnU. Cap. %  %  *cure one or more OSero in writing ore mvlled for 31,150 cQuare feel nf land tlluale In Sobera LanSi Bridgetown, .md having a Iron lag* of MB feet on Sobera Lane and at present under tenantry. For further particular* apply lo iha %  ..]'r..,*-.c 1 | CAHR1NOTON SCALY. Lucaa Street. 7.1.lt—Sn. 11 Barbadoa Ice CO.. Ltd. The above will be Bet up for Mia **r Public CompetlUon at our Office. Jamej Street, on Wedneaday, iffth January iniur.t at S p.m. O. L. W. CLARKE S> CO. %  allcltori ii i H %  THE uiukrrmlgned will offer for Sale at tl.cir Office in Jamaa Street, Brldetown, on Friday Ihe 17th day of January* ItM, si 1 p.m. The Dwelling Houaa called "BECI-AH%  i.d -ha land thereto balonglng containing S477 aquare feet, alluaU at Hartinga. \i ANTED: Young I*dy with kmowIc.iwr of -horlruind and tvpliig l.n H'm... I-'!.. "..*k Appli in writing to 1J. WIM.IIII, Uarkatlng Co.. Ltd Bajed IS.l.SO7n next three years to purchase alt the British Wesl Indies output (in 1950 at £6.123.000 less than foreign sugar will cost, and prob%  Dt) ;ii .i lower penalty m 1951 and 1952). ami from 1953 to 1957 a contract to purchase onlv MO.000 ions it prices which, In theory, are to be agreed but which experience indicates will be die. tated. No West Indian delegate whether he bc a representative of the British West Indies Sugai Association, a Government official, oi a politician, could agree to tuch a proposal. In conclusion the Delegation rather than reach no agreement wen prefHaTad lo accept the overall limitation of 900,000 tons, and the eight year period, but they could not see their way to accept a miaianlee for 1953-5? of only 64U.000 tons. They have therefore asked that discussion^ on thii point should be postponed until rn to uae Wist indies for consultation with their %  tsfic la U oaal and Oovernments, 1NCOMK TAX \OTICK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .U, Income Tax .cUims are quired from every married msn who ; e income is $1200 00 per annum or over, from every other person whose income U %'.: annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or uninZZ %  !" 7 0C eU * <*" **** l n> %  taggloo, an,: Zn7,hn ,! r ^^^ WlW,ht r ,aXalUl ""' during the past year or not. F0 ?^^L R Um "V ** obUine.1 from the Income Tax Depart-law December, ,949, on ., before the .Is, day of M.,„l,. 2. Rrlurns of ptffMssf who 10.1.50.—ln hose i-imcipal |4a.-e of buaUM „ nol 1'sV; ^ o '''' %  ''"'' n • 3o h %  v ''• F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner ( Income Tax and l>alh Duties farlorj reaaon U riven. NOTICE '.'.Ve**-^,',*,',','.',-,',',',-.-.',,*,*,'^ ibaciiben to "The LaiK J bados Advocate" Nev.sp.i ; \ in Belleville and S Ihelr Siibsriiptions afl 6 \ iiuin sin January, i!*5o | X • Mr. N LAYNE, "OuBmati 8 ;, Com 01 :uth Ave.. BelleS > ville. For any further In;> ^ formation. Dial 2287. 0 14.1.50—Sn. '"' %  ^=£&d££m£-'-'%  %  • % % % % % % %  %  NOTICE HOMft.N s Bau IIILIASSOCIATION OWING lo ihe arrtral ol the l' boats, we will %  %  -.• i.ii Thuis. Thursday. 16th Febn, 12 noon, ud will br Lurday, 28th January %  ad Satuttsiy, isiii February, until 4 p.m. SHIPPING NOTICES demnatiOn of the Food Mimsii. neglect of West Indiai, sugar. Sunday's leader "Broken Premises" Is one of the most recent of dozens of editorials and feature uirtcles supporting the West Indiau case." Lieutenant Colonel Davson in i interview in Georgetown, British Guiai I think w in the West Indies must feel very disappointed at .Tie talkIn -", %  | %  —(By (able). HARRISON LINE OUTWARD IROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Vessel. I rim 6.S s a s s Leaves PACIFIC STAR" "PROSPECTOR" "CRAFTSMAN" S.s -QUEEN ADKLAlDF. as. Tiiiiii.iivl.iverpn IAIIKIU III • Uvtrp 4lh i ;th Jau :'7th Jan, • HI. Ffb 2ojh Jan. .. 28th j ,,, :;.,(, pah FOR I SITU) KINGDOM. for Claaea In Barbadoa MM Feb I For further infurmalion apply u s.s HOMEIMRII Veuel. I'HIIOSOOIIER' DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Agent.. In L'arliale lla. .AJ>Y—With kiu>.nlgr .( Shortrtand ale Typaritlng (or Oriirrul oil.... Work. AMI ID anting. In the liml .rutaiicr 1i> Smilh' Shipping Smirr, Jamea 81. IB I 50— n for ShirtI.ADlt-S with to CornaUon store, street, IN PORT-An*. Kelrh I.cander. Vh Molly N. Jonea. Sch. Manual*. Yach. Maya. Yawl Bt 0 ,tbeck. s,hMarv M ITS-, J?\ %  !";"' fU -"' *< h % >"- %  . Mannn Belle Wolfe. Sell Wallace. (Mi Maud J lay [L Sv.rJi.h BnrqueKeniiiald N **ner' AaaoclM St. Indore. 4,177 (on. nei. Cant. Ham11 '" %  i -. Agenu |>a Coata A (n. Ltd IN TOUCH WITH BAKIJAfMIS COAST STATION Canadiiiii National Steamship. HOUDAVIXti IN I.K.? ALI. infm-mation rr-gimiinr Hi adlvt • irauxl '*•• s "l ..lion ',o Roberl Thorn l.id.. Courtesy DUI 4616. 17.1 NOTICE 1st 0 enil PobUr and our <' I '" l-nvrr Broad • will bo el.. % %  • I 18th. 19th. 20th and ilat IMI'HIIAI. III'IUUIH. SAILS MON. TRXAI. %  I'JJKW !->!'. ..ODf.KY |-\1>Y NEKHJN l-AIJY RODNEY •ADV NCl4S>N NtlMlniUH rfg LADY RODNgy LADY MtLeON l-\DY IKIDMXV l-ADY NgLSON l-\DY RODN1.Y '-M>V NELSON l-'ih Jan. 14th Jan. pee rtlh I'rl. < ;:'n Mai ' 'I Apr 14th Api Boiton • th Jan. lath Jan Feb. itu, r.i. Mar. lilh Mar ••J Mar LI Aar, I* h Apr *MI. Apr. iam Ma. IM Jga IJr.l J..i lth feb SHI. IV. 81 h Mar Mh M.ii !Hh Apr S>d A pi Ktft Ap. Arrival Mof.tee. Mta Jar, lith ret. 3nd Ap> .1,1, tl II I V—In ri itst>> \i The public are hereby warned agai giving rrcdlt to my vile SHMIlsa KKNHY IBM Corblni a. I do not .old nwa>elf reaponalbla for her or anyone elaa coot ratting any debt or debta In my native unleaa by %  wriiirn ..idei iigned by me. Signed MAC OONAIJ) HENRY Trio PnUi. St Andrew. IT l.SS—Jn The public are hereby warned agalnat vtng riedil to any peraon or peraona homaoever in ray name aa I do not hold .yaelf reaponilble for anyone elae oonatllng any debt or debta In my name unleu by a written order ilgned by ma. Signed A. A. BAYLEY On i Lane I'uMir Sl-i.-Conic/ "tirUt Chuj ill Thr 1/wellhif Houi Dtavans aaata. T..,I-I M.I (,.,.„ i ,-.i,.... .1 KiUliei -ud Servai.t htssa Ural of I a m. ai Ikg Btsaejjaaj Kt.r furUter lurlicular* and f.1 Sale, apply to: MtrrCHTKSON A BAnTTIEU), %  act Ran ,lh FJrcliiV. Water. Oaa inaUlled. Servant Room I...;.* iny day between the h.* -ondllii THE MAIL". t. > acrea of pleat .md ciuile private ground* flanked %  ugar r-Ati.. 1 reception. 1 laadreofna. I.iIW verandah, double garage, -ablhig. %  ervanU* quarter*, court-yard etc Thta propartv !• ofTared ai a very reasonable f.gorr inaklng II an attractive renovalMMi propoaltlon. DIXON A BLADON. Real EeUte Acvnt*, Auclloneefa 4. Survey on, PlaiiUtlona BuildingPhone eSW It 1 W-li VILLA." Kent. Modern house with ajjfjrojuiruitell' d. Owing lo m elevation and poettlon Pvquaa VUkV' la ceol ana ofleii enchantingview* o* panae ol coavaUlna. OonUint S bedroorna, lounge, kitchen, large asjuare gaiawy below are arrvknta' quartera, tnlleU atore. naorni and lerfk Carage rUiei Mfle !" !" ronaldared. DIXOtN A BLADON Real Eaute AsfervU. AiacUonean A Survey.— FlanUtloru BuHdlnar. Phone *t>^ 11.1 IB— in FOR SAL£ OR RENT Farley Si. Peter Old Plantation hOUSt large ballroom. Dining room a etc. Ideal IOI %  ing to i Afply lo Brudahaw A Companv. 4.1%" Un ( AMjEl-OT. ClteWa. Ream 4 to (1 p.m. Arepl Sundayn. Dial SMI. It I SOV. THE uiiileraigned will offer for Sale it their Office No. 17. High St.ret. Rrtdt,'town, on Friday 30th day of Januarv. itao at 1 p.m. Ihe DwellMtf laa-uae railed AJINE. ar.a the land there*, containing 4J tajuare feet, altuate at ttk Avenue Belleville. Tke Dwelling Huuae rampr.ie. OgUtrf Drawing a Dining B aaaai. 3 Bedroom*, one with DreaaUaf room and running va'rr in eea*. Iweakfaal room. KlUhenrtte. Toilet and Bath Gaa InataJJedi Servant* room and Carwge in YardInapactioB arty day except Sunday). retween the houra of 4 p m and t p.m %  n application on the premiaa*. Dial For further peasknuan and Condltton* cf Sale, aaply to:COTTT*, CATTORD A Co. II.I Se-aw .^ C .'Ti* nnd *"•*• iWI. lJd odvlar (Ml tha^ ,..„ llow € oinii„„ 11( N. PauU. SB. Clam. S 8 \ •VNun-a Andalu.,-. H^ Jaao^rrance m %  „, Chalmers S S neont Hawk. S 8. City of H *<* I.aa4a SS It,.., S -!^f"* u v *• % %  lo, * ""• %  %  alle*. S8 l*ura Mamk. B S. Vir M ^*. BWbara. S.S. Italia. S Nlkolaoi S.S Queen of Beeinud.. IW.i.rby. s.S. PaclSe Shlppn. s | bptot Marmban. • 1 Suivraa, S # Morvriecoove. S S Uruguay. S.S. Eat' %  Alcoa Roamer. s.S. U • i' -. S S F-a*.. Apu-r-alaer. S • .Nor.ieaa. SS Ileth. s S Regent lo,„, „. B. Taranger, 8 %  Elgallo, s 8 V/llw Vail. %  x-aela ritu-d with cold ilorage .ham on appiicatiuo to ; CO., LTD. Agent.. ARRIVALS 11, ll v. ; A I. From Trinidad: Cameron Llvlngilon Larnley Clarke. Harcourt CUrke. Ann Maaaon. David Taylor. Jean Taylor. McV ( chaei'~vi' David Tucker. Oeoffre> Fo.ier. Cmreav. Colin *Coax EHi^belh lniagn.it for Trlnid..d Baker. Judith Baker, r koore. Veronica Morrah. Ann llgerga, Reginald Lowe.. John Adamaon. Annie Adamaon. Julia Adamaon. Kayte Thoma.. Franci* Knonlton. Stanley Junn. Hoben He Cormlck. Johanna, n-.. P,. t krr. Belinda Buat. Diana Hurt, Pamela r,.n Alan Barnardo. Anne Fullerton. Vivian De VerUuU, lul ... llobaon. Mar. < %  r.ilion, Johann Fuln 'Ci.... Belly Carr. Maigaret Maaayii. or. Pairlck O' Connor. Joan i.ivael Bayivr. Brian Rayne, t. Barry Carr-Bn %  in ll.i.h. Kay Olll. Mary lluaaey. Doitglai Wilaon. Bridget I) Toole. Da.u) iVaeon. Adam Rlchardi. Elizabeth Prcex-e. at, C John Ma Dougall. William Mains.i' Man.not. Camilla Radrigue*. Soma Rodiiguea. PameU Week*. Arthur Streeilv. m U* %  **rto Maneiakl. William Rcfimkll. lime Meade. Catherine Mitchell '. ro ?: An *.'. u : Jh" Cinftlii. George Maraoii. George Amoe, %  .:.,!. Wllr^ m „ 0r *"**t: Oeorge DeJYeitaa Frtla Marti.,. Mllla*ent Mayor, johi vi..o,) 8ia, W ,„,,,, Mlnon irke. Irenu* Every Dorla L_._ Harrlaon. Keith JUigH kalca. Pal The Weather %  nuaiy II iVa.m-. .J DAT RUM lit Set. '..St i Lighting : bM High Water 4 (SSTEBDAi Rainfall Codruig'. ToUl (or Mont* to vealeii remperalura Mao > M 'W -a -r Wind Direction i| ani. t ilpiti N by E Wird Velocity 11 mile* per hour Barometer (• un.. B>JH i ft. Kittir Mr Reginald Kaw^ja DEPABTVI|E-By B.W I A I. ror Trinidad: Dr John T.-.r Mi Thomac Jonea. Mr* Huih Jone.. Mr. Iti.ii.Md St!„,;. \|,. irt.ih nirauw. Mfetw Mam Thomaa. MY Edmund Thomas. M.< Mane Thoma-. Mr John O Nelll. Raddeley. Mr. Saale. Nr %  an, Mr John Farmer, Mr Alan Hodgarm. FoihUMh OoUnaMr. Kenneth Klnnmon. Mr. John Sinuneri. Mother t'mula -Viler, Mother Kathleen F.ugUiid. Mother siaiudaui Munden. Mother Kkry Qt^. •<*<. Mr. Prank Holder. Rev Mother Flt/abeth Parkinaon. Mr* DeeoMw rarrar, Malr William Farrar. Mr Perey Ih-area. MrAnnotle Baare. Mr II Re% Erneal Grllfln. Rev Bernard Croaby. Mitr Peter WallWidge. Waltbiidg*. Mr. Gly. Mr* KaaftlaaaH nii%%\r:s CERTAIN COUGH CUM The UNIQUI UMBDY for 5 t IIUIIIH. Colds. Hronrhltis. ' J ^ f e Throat, Hoarseness. .* MroiKlilal \slhras. UhoouJ lar Courh. Disease of ihr I Chrsl and l,unr*. etr. ele. X 9 C. CAILTON lttr.fi i Wholawal* f, Retail ; Diuqgist ^ 136 Roebuck Si. Dial 2813 | .WAV.V,VArV.V,V. .. What's on Today rli at !0. am rouru of Appeal and Petty Debt a' lift a.m. Police Band. Quean'* Park at 4.4) p.i.L Cam, 4.LK.. wmMaumjktnwqcE A FRENCH USE B *ri0r*ais**sj,* TrM Havre via Mortmuiu.Ma) Ol l,„p,. ,;.,, Mlnlmuni llrsl < laas tlnly Sl!5.3 B.H I I .. a M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Acjen IIN PLAID TAFETTA IN 1 CHARMING MULTICOLOURED WAYS. 36' wide FOR SALE The Dwelling House called "< VKLDKM" and the land For further particulars and conditions ol Sale, apply to — COTTUE, CATFORD & CO.. 11.1.50— 15n. /ww/^a*. T timoiiiium j. $1.39 A YD. at THAWS Pr. Wa. Henry St. Swan StA BBtBtltlBBBB) ///rV/^V/V/VA','-',',',".-,-;



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PAGE EIGHT HENRY JHE BARBADOS ADVOCATE BY CARL ANDERSON ace f MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT CMSNEY .. I 5 BKT ;i• If • K?" NOW ... v %  =" rt 3 BLONDIE OM.S0HE5 GONG TO"=~ -HA-IXD— :*. ASMN--C %  I ON.E-' V" THE LONE RANGE R am.'OJ'nta: WFTJ* BY CHIC YOUNG i %  V ^BY FRANK,.STRIKED .ifi Kir Con^weif . BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS TAKE ou*; r & •? T RIP KiRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND I -in..! xm 1 .*' %  BE m NATTONM GALLERY nemewnsASU'iDiNG Of INDIVIDUAL TYPES OP ART' •AND BUCK 1 WHITE' REPRESENTS THE AKT OF BliNOiNG INDIVIDUAL SCOTCH WnlSKIES' THE PHANTOM *0 y P1r4CS TpOt,V who wish to purchase goods for profitable resale. For o't information concerning The Canadian International TrooVW pfeoie consult: 7. G. Major Canadian Government Trade Co******* 43 SI. V.ncon/ Street Porl-ol-Spom, Trinidad *'J. Canadian tnten atmnal"Rude MAY 29 JUNE 9, DE0ICATI0 TO THE PHOMOTio i OF IMTMl 'ONTO, CANADA IOMAI TABE BY THE OOVERNMENT OF C***



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WIDNF.SDAV JAM u. PACF. TEN THE BARBADOS ADV.M ATK U J VI Rl Ml II l LIFE CLASS :| .poly to Mn WhU WANTED lean Old Rjj mini i in .ir*n •"" -_—-_--_-. s^trr* "M— %  " %  —.- rT^ "HV 7 MACADAM PICKS HIS "FIRST ELEVEN 7>5 I YOL" look back. Iron. .*5Q across thf?se years, and you have lo unie* almost immeaiately ' tttt qua.it.ri our iport I'ntil th< M up-up-up with British moat of its ramUkcttoaa art only odd shooiinii rn the gloom Gloom"' Well, romp.r.od am Th**; ill arsuc for a long tin %  natter on the doorst*?i> ihe fly-weight wuprrme in superseded by Tunney when hi r>ack on him ,. <.epenos on wnat %  •inn 1 have • : uht hand lo I il | \ev. band O* FresWIe VVflah re-ileaa Jim nriaeail. VMJ take the rt* garter ol the halfi l)f.noghiir superseded in t h t to assess th* relative vaiue ut men 0 Meter* who have decorated a team game or 50 years" It's Hit' 'Ul-Sporls' Choice at Half-Time Hi John >l.ii\iliiin remembered moetl, lor W sroal In 1,30 lie won the US A n<^>-rfuH A lonj as Ihe ..me ii oTaved TeeWr Mama will nave and Open inampionshipj ana. no. his nlace among the immor.a. only had ihe feat never been p.iHe .cored the most oi-med belure. IT nevei ot all time—ajainsl the AH 1' at Swansea in 1905 The score was nil—nil in Lie •d up popped little Morgan He (Tabbed ,o,fh.t .viih hiSimple enough to go b* Kill. Meredll* M tM Matthew* .in :iii h. was ovti Iron or %  lnger like ;ha: when and there s Billy SseH today, who line. As he crossed, he was imueccable in his work. crash-tackled by the I* How to choose trom among an d full-back Over went the Well call it Meredltfc ,rner-flag but. also over went ball and hurled himself over ti.e COM. 01 goll* : ge. year by year there's the impeccable llenr* < uvtr likely to be again not to denigrate '-he great triumvirate of the early part :f the half-century. Vardan TajUf i ftraial. BraiJ 1 beating i* And then %  neat Americans who topic and beate pace : race remains bc!heir own fighting K&. r and Gorcon. although level p i h always made them make the welfht It would oe easy to %  m.rkable judgment t* U. p~i.ee him Ifl the Mfn. h dtMn I '"''he £ % ^ remove., company a, Stuto? % % % %  — ^ Vl4,,h '" i the old-Umers would By any stanlaF rank WeaJley to him. or Raaji. an outstanding ill '>• both of them tremendous in their i.ould halve %  and style, or Jack Hobo* century and give him half a place _. Hth the other half At -ffertiveness. And. come lo thai the same time there I Mm .. rial about the irefTablr C BFry. an entirely dlfh ho WD not only a glory to i harks I'.u.lian. watch at the wicket, but was an Alan Marlon. UMP % %  ffk ..land player in almost ever* I let it no at that Morgan Did he knock over the cornerllaiiji? Aag before he grounded the ballWho carei now' Wale* won .hrre are many great horyeme" arlod, notab:wHm I Mjhrr M*ni Tannest. Frank rtullark aad sVenfile (arslake .d Gordon had the run of inountl li-reelv i>e.'ause. r I general ions, the had "" nd the superb *kill to Morgan must get the beyond such as that ".hree-quarters Gwya NlelMla and Dr. George St Teddy 'Ote even prince of „e and beyond Dr. K...o ; n.W^>K> •-^ %  fi^ us because thev are Who • know. !•> I.al %  laav lyhiM.n %  %  ind. '" Jara liema"(.rne Taaaevthe bes: mounts and l -..llarher 'T Ski* rTwTS. Mm -r Umrtmm? J--J tt1% toa. Eobbv l^rke. the S African, is in the big tim> Narsnaa Van Nida. but there is Rohhv Jan In the r book. I was talking the other day to MarDonjId Bailey and he agrr tfiat Jeaae Owena was the mw u runner he had ever seen. I talked with other peoi"'. and *ev had never seen another .l„,,e U'ellierrd on the course Who knows' Let your m.nd ill come %  great ones.—L.E.8. uhu •III ither sense. And Or ho got 42 caps tor Ireland, even d he onB otyond Dr. Kevia OTlanajaa. who was capped for Ireland at Soccer Ruger. and Athletics. If Haydr, Tanner has been missed from this. BtttwtaCHURCH OF GOD Long Sleeve: sun ^ uTVM styles with : MM mm 36" wide per yard MERCERISED I.AW\ '-^een. l emon in peach. 36" wide per yard In while per yard RAW SPIN in leading shades 116" wide per yard 71 si.Wl the greatment-^Jones is the name how Hill, or SINIIV now Soccer. inning and .-i Itle the ... only filing .port of them all rlawlhtrn on the spa..of .. shilling^ the and Leu II.II.4 Iladio Pi igi iff box ana Rugby Isn't so hard, for it is raDNERDAY J = i.ry U. Commonwealth Lead India In Test Match CWEALTH INDIA 448 and 102-2 386 il CA%  %  %  M •fad 50 was 102 .Vith one day left to fall, led by I6 Iteuier. %  :an b-uiwii most %  ; %  . but the i 1 r ined loih %  ost < II.. Play %  %  —i.* iaaHkinal Ihe Scam %  .in.a,i.,ai.ti M latxini% %  >* %  ix teas*** %  .-1 i b lr.br i. T.il-v II-.MII* o Tn*a. 0 K.alWl r, Tubr M K Mant'i H Tfil"K G*"i'. •• M vaw im ** 4 RRIRURRIIIIR : %  .-*t match against raalth team was cm 1 r last night had rt%  Adhi' ning but attractive innings hand and son i paattMi %  still QMSW< O. Ahnd I IS Securitj Council M.rN \\ ilhoill Rutsdi LAW a^ meeting l* l with on* i-rrmanent member* %  membersti Unas* Nationalist delegate I)i I I and announced that Uh 11 would not all rtWfUJ remained — %  eater \1l.r l.iuuh %  odd Adhata "ei lunch. %  s*, in<1 of 62 naaw atiniitlj ansiiiaati' by the Indian taataaB Pep knocks Out Riley ST. LOUIS. .: %  :Ul FVathi-r..eight Title Mght. when he out Charley Riley. of ST the fifth round ta fight. The end f the tight i •he fifth round. A hard right uppcrcut to the jaw e •he ount. ..il.i , had duellci 'iia for four roundplayad a game of caut on. until Pep's attack hit him. and ( .. r had a chance on. champion got going i around his oppon| enl moat of the time, but now and then he waded in with a flurry uf | rights and lefts that forced the ry back on the rupee. : .si weapon was a good right but he could seldom ue il to sta. on Pep's attack Peps .peed and skill earned him tne| At the weigh-in Pep weighed 8 .< Rilev weilhed Will Film Empire Game$ An 8.000-foo: ti %  ^ l rn,,nlh und will I* released a fortnight %  g reported tixtay of the , l Inmade •. i.mgements I Zealand National Film Unit, which ha* th* sole Film Rights Commenting M •echmcal director in charge of the filming of the Games. Geoffrey Scott, said that the energies of the National Film Unit would he concentrated on turning out a really first class nlm. r..' a "series of gnln it %  %  1 %  i would prefet a long eofll to be made -Keitter. 1 m : is M ni Umm ; a m Cenera.ly Soee.liiiS. Prom the BditofMU. 1 7 P 8 . > m IS41 Festival >n l-onilun. I rhe ,•"•J ID P "i HtBri'J Hi ? PorU Stavie* 0 m Bntuh Co"c>ri HJU. J > be* .0 dlrtw. 4pm Ths Dully Serr^ice. IS o " Ml; 5 p11^ Sen-ill Btvxl Mini.. SI* P m P^?*i-UT\nre PV p m Genially -. U p m Pttvtli %  ear. o( Trial. 1 p nT'te m Boo>s> i-> reaat! T 3D .< Talk : *4 "* • P !• SUdan Newaroel. I II P I trl. 'J v m Ti. '. Grr.lO B-r" *ip^X Ul *. B M k> il" %  *" •" 1 > 1 '•' rtoe* I* JO p n R>fu. U am Sterlln* Value. p n. The S,., iniiiiiniiiiBsjaassjfeniiM 2-C/n/> bids STANDARD BRIDGE with Balanced Hands s (!i>iii|>.ilsnr\ Lessons VATICAN CITY. Jan II Uiv lira ni Ihe Catholic I J0MU almost in Marxism, Vatican s. The souteea added that Ihe Commuiii.ts had installed a teacher to give these la .'i Reuler. —— By Jimmy Hatio | I Thn il Do >t i ven rime / rW^BXKTSlD UKE gri >JS AL^AV St JERKS I THE NAMESff THE I I >CU 15 P-.AVWILL XW r^V*?? 1f v ^ ST J'^ Te / SOkaiS WRCH6 Anoj 1 %  MERE WE oO AuAIN-y g TOS HE5 fiOT XCX'ATE TM< SECOND ONE Vja 1 -ttt'. OJAWATT'HES ." -1 Pel by M HARRISON GRAY : tne examples in ths on fomng-lo-gan.e o:ds of Two Club* have h.ind< with distributional 'irensjth as well as the nece-. J.-J high card ktteng'.h 11 1* net dUBcult lo aatess a nand of this type if it toniaiin at least live quick tricks and i viirnn one trirk of game under i>o*er. it ihould be npened *ith Two Clubs The valuation o( Li. lanced bands, loo powerful for %  rctng o,ieiitng 01.' pa. causes mor.* u Ini sort ot hand crops up quiie i.equr' J K Q 1* f.qi a*, ft J J 9 1 On Ihe Milton Worn 1 baa u* poiiiU i-se 1 Ol UM Kings, mid it 1 :,es lor a bid of two ISnsa, so toiTielbint must He done about It. The usual a>id I %  %  H ik true Ki.it lo 1 neep the ..pea until %  oe made if he has DOtbli l way handa la the Ac differi In one 1 %  apt pa o\cf a %  .... %  put %  %  %  %  CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET ineorporaleo in Standard Bridge Its value will be appreciated irom a study of the following band S AKS fill • \ y 1 %  i Q M I Thin hand counU up to £1. or 244 U the three Ten* are uken Into account It Is far too ilronM for an opening Two No Trumps as reiponder will pasa with %  hand tomething like Urn 4>H7l *> 1 : 1 *ll Yel the two nands togethei are ; roduce a comforlable nine trick. On the other hand. If reiponder is worse t' 1 opener will be far happier SfttB -. leas to make The hjnd will now be plaved in T*o No Trumps. At a natural corollary, opener must rebid Three No over a response o! Two l>i il hi* hand is even more powaalul thai. .nipfca. The poinin count is an invaluaable guinv i"i these balanced hands With 23-M puints, open %  -,mis or more, open Two Clubs and rebid Three No Trump* But if opener rebids In : vn the bidding mu-i procaed M UBM way opener pi.rr1. lie picture of his all%  id lhi make* n id| th.%  I %  %  LOWREY QLMNN Anderson. Indian.1 I' S A speak tonight a.' the Chapman St. Church of God. Rev. Quiin la Secretary -Treasurer c I sionary Board of the Church of God. A spe< ii, planned tonight as this is hat first trip to Barbados. The put lie is invuVii lo attend WHO DO ALL THE RE3UESTIN.5-^E.E6C* T "*a MS TeKTH %  "jAfiy-Aki H3WS FOR „ ,\E SOUND 9K> Mr, .'. r-E."EKE,Sl^lN6TMS EsOOoM WTMO0T THIRD S0N6 VVVIILE IM •.^ up M?E V REAJESTS 1 IHEy'LL BE HILL' I BiLLY BESIDES w6rAvE>mci\ (.err DIMWATT{ HELL W*NT TO I CO A LITTLE \ DErxrATIN6,TOO ) "THESES AT LEAST OS. OF THESE CLINKED AT EvtCV SHINDY J'ytJWr70 LOOK YOUR BEST!! YOU CAN ALWAYS BE ASSURED OF A PERFECT FITTING SUIT WHEN ITS TAILORED BY P. C. S. 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w > 1 1II'"••? ianmary 1950. Hi Mtbtibm #&ucate !" %  >r "No" In Ihe Food Ministry'! J Robinson Garlanded Bv Indians )WJRT-0F-SPA1N. Jan. !" %  "hie Harold Robin I the tt'l. sugar allegation, %  ned to Trinidad thil after> ftld report*'rs' "1 am not in m of a strike becau create hardship for people. J we want is to a* for everybody" gtnsori refrained from coml on thiU:> tniiiu he talks A from tne plane, men Indiar. ommunii % %  colgarlanded him with (1 nve him a rousing • rCaofcv Bulgaria Holds A Parliament SOFIA. Jan. 17 lianas new Parlia Id on Dfcember in rn Of the electorate from btt of candidates from the j %  riand Front, will im tot time lodav to eleci' a I Bent and volt the 1950 Bud' Her. %  Children I Mr Krom Ijaullv Injeetions BOLOGNA HOSPITAL ROME. Jan. 16. Sane evening newspaper Sen" reported lodaj ihat i nor* children had died ui a Bknj Hospital from faulty' itomlcin injections, bringing leath roll to 6. Thi occurred while doctors carrying out a post mortem tour other children who daring the week-end after injected. ages of the dead children bom one to 8 years. Six cMdren are still dangerousA hospital nurse has been asd pending a police in.-Beater. In the opinion ol Mi .i II in u ni ::.\\v India Conunittee, LM MII be "No". nee called by the Waal India committee ning to throw llghi upon tha "vioieme „f B.W.I. nrninanl*i impfaoll said thut Indid Di 0 West Intsd possibly accept tbc %  tad that is Food Ministry's offer implies.*' he lie further revealed that the B W I ftortiy be;lng England on Sunday, fj the Pood MmistiA to ate a reply answering %  t for an adjournment to Uw West India Committee. No answer had vet bean received Bl hoping for a favourable reprv In the next day or' two. Weal Indies are this is a matter of life and death. You have heard it said many times but it is i CampboU told an I On I' Animals Stop All Traffic In Koine To Receive Blessing ROME. Jan. 17. monkey, thiee %  MMI mules, four bOfBM and 101 dugs ppod all traffic In Hume's usually bustling Piazza Vittorio. Tba various animals and birds had been brought to the Piazza by their owners to receive the traditional St. Antonio day's blessing from the parish priest. While cars and Ion. drawn up at the edge uf the ..•• white surpbeed priest walked round the animals blessing Ud sprinkling them with Holy Water. At one stage in the l MM uf the dogs started barking. The noise was taken up by at) the and. in turn, by the and the parrots. Soon was tilled with a howling, braying, barking, screech: ials. The priest had to am liUiaainm tor about a quarter of an hour till calm was restor i. Bles te r. The -Affair Of The Generals" Formal Inquiry In France PARIS, Jan. IT. i Franco Premier. Georges Bidault agreed to Communist demands for a formal inquiry into Affair of the Generals", in Which a man who served two In prison lief ore the war, and got the Legion of Honour in 1948 was alleged to have sold i The two gonarala In the caso A year old Georges Marie relieved Of his post as Gate! of ihe Army General Stall last December—and 01 Charles Mast, put on th) Ua| at Ihe same tune M. Bidault. speaking ifH. trie Aaseml ivs meeting nad oeen opened today, said that no defi04 had been established againat atthai of tba two ajaniiale ..i "COnoarna France's honour", be told me ptttfcad and tonae hall, "Tineounti right to know the truth i he affair conoai dal protit-i acn against whan i a .hment wag based, he' said. or. a top secret report on Indo-Chma by General Rev r loss or theft of which began thej scandal, on police reports com-j piled after an inquiry In Saptatl ber and police tiles.heutrr. Peron-Franco Treaty Cancelled (By HENRY BUCKLEY) MADRID, Jan. 17 Iteports from Buenos Aires (hat Argentina bus cancelled the Pt-ron-Franco Economic Tied. sieved in April 1048. caused no urjinse |n Madrid, though ofRclal circles here declined to comment. These reports said that no new trade agreement would ! %  made until they had met and n.uk? outstimuing shipments under the Treaty. They quoted Argentine Foreign Minister. Hlpoltto Jesus Pagas, sayinc that the credit clause ol the agreement had accordingly been suspended. If this is so. it merely confirms the state of affairs existing, since Argen!r'n drastically reduced her wheat shipment to Spain last Bununci observers here said. Spain hns for some yearbeen receiving large quasi wheat from Argentina, but has exported a few Spanish goods lo that muntry in return. In the first half of 1949. Argent inexports to Spain were roughly Id BBS Spanish export to Argentina. —Reuter. Food Ministry Obsessed By British Consumer Interest Truman I rged To Seek Terms \\ ilh Kussia IION BLK II \ fl hi: i.iivnic ..I >r4rll Airr-.M lltllllj .iflrrnoon from Knirlnnd via Trililditd. He u;is .1 mrmlH-r til Ihr HrllUh HesI Indies Sucar 1'ioduoers' Assitritlion Itrlrcjlion lu Kuelunil 1I1 .1 ,!,:;.i .,-,1 in sutar lalks Ilh dip gllllHl MlniMr> ol Fond. CHURCHILL SUMMONS SII WOW CABINET Printer Will Contest His Seat (B] FKASKK WICHTONI LONDON. Jan. 17. DNSERVATIVE I.i ij suni%  ed his "Shaduw Cabinet" for lin, ..si at 11 later date. The T.'i-vear-old Con* parlat so irappH with the growing array ol challengers to his own seat at Woodford (Essex) constituency London. It is suggested that 111 livaw, besides Labour. Liberal and Communlat, will include a n ,,,,. .. .,of the Ui WTjami Fon-iRn M Sir Oswald V •k „',, ., __ krt ,; %  "''' tanei a hli h .. u ^T[* nritain. t W ar ^""Wrturc .. ^w unnoticeu IB niaaaila IIIMll B-^i, ,. rted envelopment. M tlw exertion ol climbp4W^' "h*""* Bavin Seal "Safe J" iron, an quaratda to CommunijU. who an aaajyTT '" a tug alongside' up as-year-old xa one voi i n K.. the Young Communist League, against Churchill. today said "we arc con shall give Churchill a run for evin Leaves Colombo Wi Visit France [ aJ X,U)MB . •"" %  niah Toreign Secrelarv. • mm. le(l Lolombo today "W nome in the crulaer % %  looking much lltler wi-end ol real aflc| the Soviets Say 'No'To Austria VIENNA. Jan. .7 The Russian authorities In Vienna have informed tba luatrian Government that tfaaj do not accept the counterproposals %  UDmlttod by Austria at the lx',:inning of December, suurces cl w lo the Austrian Foreign Ministry told Renter today. jiecled that the Austrian Govanunant will issue .1 rtata> rncnt on the negotiations and Uie praaanl 1.000 I tl IB atomic beanb, ba aild Theoorra A as expected to mal: I decarion wttntn the nesl two m three weeks on WtaSUMM I At the Pi said, tha State and Helen. ota and tba W ioromlaglOB are stiid'm urg e ntl y tha nlanttfti I implications <>f proriu ine the hydrogen bomb. Reston said that Own to be constdersbla sui g) On rice 1 ^.1. WILL LOSE £6 M. UN 1950 CROP A_LL that the United Kingdom have in effect put to the British West Indies is a demand to restrict their future exportable production to 900,000 tons. "Also a promise tor the next three years to purchase all the British Wesl [ndiea outpul in 1950 ul Cti,12">,000 less r 1 %  : %  11 [ordgn BUgar will cost, and prolmbl}' al ;i lower penalty in 1951 and 1952) and from 1953 to i!i">7 ;i eontraot to purchase 840jOOO tons al prices which, in theory, are i" he atrreed inn which experience indicates ill I"' dictated," %  press release, from the delegation of the British Wesl Indian Sugar Producers' Aaaociation to Bug land, handed ta the Vdroeate yesterday afternoon ii\ the llim'lilr H. A. Cuke, stated. rm-i.il publicin ihc British Weal Indies will be unable to appreciate the Implications "I the offers made by His Majesty's C.oviininent in the United Kingdom (which mil liciiiiiidiil unless llii'y are made iatnihat first with the general background of the situation which gave he holding "f lbs Conference and secondly with the many difficult proUanu which had to be dealt with. liroposcd therefore to deal with ach of these as .i subject matter. These are as follows : ground of the subject \. Ill SI 'in INTI LABOUR PARTY WILL NATIONALIZE MORE In Second 5 Year Plan Asia Forms Vriti-Coiiiiiiuitisl Labour Federation CELYON. Jan .'. | counirHH attending Uw gioesvl COBS) preparationi for tba formal In of Labour. Asian Labour Orgaim.r. l>e held here tonight, This ine which is imt 1LO session—will be attend) represenuUvas from Vietnam, Malaya Phlllj i ,mi,i. all) -I in which the Con* %  wee conducted: mi) The International Bu Bl ment: Mttab Market and the liacki; round itbreak of the war the Bntiah <; i puichane all Colonial e\, tton t the war, iirice was llxed for the ,iui it was agreed that ea Hog meet BnjP I labour, mat' other production costs, the new price basis would world market conditions, and all other factors." Those connected with sugar producUOn at onao became suspicious ..f tins change Og method of detarmlnlng 'he prioe, For it was then the opinion of some sugar experts that the situation in the world's sugar supply was becoming easier and that around 1952. if not before suppl) would catch up with detnaiin It is ii-1 ...i :,iionablc that thi: • wee preponderant t an d h0 Brll?V Com '*ioner. Sir b. *-k br gj the public to see him HUMAN BACK HOME •new u, PA RIS. Jan. II Kl^ Wk in Paris from • uarmany at 2 40 today his money". PolietMiian killed In Clash With Gold Coast Agitators ACCRA. Gold Coaat. Jan. 17 A policeman died of stab wounds after the police had charged demonstrators here today Another constable was seriously wounded. Steel helmeted police have been latrolllng Accra since strikes and Bomb Scare In Trafalgar Square LONDON. Ja Army dir>po;,u. oOeei today that there may D< axploded 2oolb wartln buried in the lawn in the trout of the National Gallei houses Britain's tlO.Otm. art collection in Trafalgar Square A sudden subsidence in the lawn yesterday led the Ministry ol Works to coll In tho Army experts to investigate. Digging will start tomorrow, Half a n at the other and Of BHl emrnen.' centre, Whiteh. man who were preparing to movO the statue of Abraham 1 Parliament Squai ging today after the report ,1iat a bomb had fallen there during lh war and had not exploded Bbsstar, agitation for Dominion staAls foS The Labour nominee at he ^ brofcc oul ^ j anuiiry Woodford is S. ', 9. A state of emergency was deprinter and rcd in thc city on January 12, Bachelor of Arts, who.si, tng| gnd the .. Accn Evening News". h fln^election contest. ';^' orgwl of the extremis; "Convenhave adopted Howard ((on p^ ^ „ demandlIlf an Independent In 1945. but under a redi election ai balance of voting— Beuter. campaign Is Dr. Kwaine Nkrumah. 42-year-old leader of the "Convention People*! Parry" The campaign, which Included a general itrike and a boycott of British goods, was uolv pa caaafuL-Beetac. LONDON. Jan. 1 BRITAIN'S Labour Party inday pinned Ul destiirv in the February Xi QenAral EMCtloa on i second Fr Plan with full umplovnit-nt ai its "guprenw sim" i .ut.iining t already widely predicted new nationalisation schemes — ai surprises —summarise) More drive and inihlic spirit. I] QleW more food. '4) Reduce aanaaarra lirireH. '5) Social <>ecSirily. ig) Home* for all. (7) I'earr md plenty. The Btacttae PoUcy %  Ut eman i said ihat labour would introduce the fODoil Nationf the beet IU| faeluring and refinun: Of the cement Industry, of we*H* supply II, hemical lndustr> Will Muluiilise ity also proposes public ownership of meat wholesaling and distribution and a developed public ownership of cold storage Labour will "mutualite" %  instead of nationalising, as was formerly proposed — Industrial insurance companies, making policy tba owners and profit sh.ii.Food subsidies will be continued "to keep prices down", and excessive pricaa arlll be fought The manifesto, outli:. elfin Policy, declared thai years, under Labour leadership. Britain has regained her moral poaltfea in the Western World and won the confident e La Africa and %  i tbii AMMH Federation Bid thai it will %  Asian national 'i isatlons with a ; u orkers. deretlon .f Labour will IHtba "sni i brae datno %  mei ui Pefcins last November" The Asian Paderatlon will be affiliated to inti i lc rjnioni %  Tonight's plenary session of the Asian federation of Labour will discuss an : OOMtitU* 'inn nt the Fedi ration mid pass a : reaolutlon demandina represent;i! Uibour in %  ILO Reuter Will World Wheal Council Admit Japs \nd Germans? LONDON, ft %  Ing bare of tba in-.rrwtiooal Wheat Council %  Party has been adjourn* lamtail i asked for instructions from hell Qovcrnnsanta on tht accession of Germany aj %  %  %  patently no obractioni i : m Joining the Council, but it was thought that i >*: members might .rant to incorporate earl kajToeraanl What tnesa safeguards might be was not ra%  %  -.tl'-d Renter Extension At the end of the war II rangement UlUl the I'hen In l!HK. borixoo began to clear, the % %  the House of Commons that the bulk purchase of COsOOi would be extended to 1952. but that from 1948 the prtl would be change the Truateeehlp Cou meet in Geneva on Thui the committee of the Bh atomic powers, Britain, f Russia. China, Canada and tho United States, also dUf Thursday. SlTeeaSer Ties The series of Russian "The Govemm. i it" atarted last week when the legate 1 Mr. Security stated here toda incil in protest BgV insurgents were killed.—Renter. I a> Oa Page 3 [ Chinese representative—! 100 YEARS; NEVER CONSULTED DOCTOR NAM I %  has just celebrated bl birthday Northwest France, has Dei doctor.—Reuler. BURMESE AIR BATTLE RANGiN |


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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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Year 55.
SUGAR TALKS NEGATIVE FROM BEGINNING
W.L Unlikely
To Accept
|M0F Proposal
Halter Of Life And Death
frroin Our Own Cfirri'spnndt'lit)
LONDON, January 17.
'JINtAKV 21 i- I'llinialuin Day far the Waal India. If
b. thai lime the Food Ministry have nol acceded lo
the reqlir*' "' ^r- Hi,ruld Robinson and his colleague! (or
,te adjournment of Ihe Commonwealth Sugar Talks until
jiri-h. iho lirsi Weal Indian Delegates will have ao option
Voi leive Ihe answer "Yes" >>r "No" In Ihe Food Ministry'!
J
Robinson
Garlanded
Bv Indians
)WJRT-0F-SPA1N. Jan. !"
"hie Harold Robin
I the tt'l. sugar allegation,
ned to Trinidad thil after-
> ftld report*'rs' "1 am not in
m of a strike becau
create hardship for people.
J we want is to a*
for everybody"
gtnsori refrained from com-
l on thi- U:>
tniiiu he talks A
from tne plane, men
Indiar. ommunii col-
garlanded him with (1
nve him a rousing
rCaofcv
Bulgaria Holds
A Parliament
SOFIA. Jan. 17
lianas new Parlia
Id on Dfcember in rn
Of the electorate from
btt of candidates from the j
riand Front, will im
tot time lodav to eleci' a I
Bent and volt the 1950 Bud- '
Her.
Children I Mr Krom
Ijaullv Injeetions
BOLOGNA HOSPITAL
ROME. Jan. 16.
Sane evening newspaper
Sen" reported lodaj ihat i
nor* children had died ui a
Bknj Hospital from faulty'
itomlcin injections, bringing
leath roll to 6. Thi
occurred while doctors
carrying out a post mortem
tour other children who
daring the week-end after
injected.
ages of the dead children
bom one to 8 years. Six
cMdren are still dangerous-
A hospital nurse has been
asd pending a police in-
.-Beater.
In the opinion ol Mi .i II
in u ni
::.- \\v India Conunittee, Lm
mII be "No".
nee called
by the Waal India committee
ning to throw llghi
upon tha "vioieme f B.W.I.
nrninanl*i
impfaoll said thut
In- did Di 0 West In-
tsd possibly accept tbc

tad that is
Food Ministry's offer implies.*' he
lie further revealed that the
B W I ftortiy be-
;lng England on Sunday,
fj the Pood MmistiA to
ate a reply answering
t for an adjournment
to Uw West India Committee. No
answer had vet bean received
Bl hoping for a favour-
able reprv In the next day or'
two.
Weal Indies are
this is a matter of
life and death. You have heard
it said many times but it is
i CampboU told an
, I On I' '
Animals Stop All
Traffic In Koine
To Receive Blessing
ROME. Jan. 17.
monkey, thiee
mmi mules, four
bOfBM and 101 dugs
ppod all traffic In Hume's
usually bustling Piazza Vittorio.
Tba various animals and birds
had been brought to the Piazza by
their owners to receive the tradi-
tional St. Antonio day's blessing
from the parish priest.
While cars and Ion.
drawn up at the edge uf the
.. white surpbeed priest
walked round the animals bless-
ing Ud sprinkling them with Holy
Water.
At one stage in the l
MM uf the dogs started barking.
The noise was taken up by at) the
and. in turn, by the
and the parrots. Soon
was tilled with a howl-
ing, braying, barking, screech:
ials.
The priest had to am
liUiaainm tor about a quarter of
an hour till calm was restor i.
Blester.
The -Affair Of
The Generals"
Formal Inquiry
In France
PARIS, Jan. IT. i
Franco Premier. Georges Bidault
agreed to Communist de-
mands for a formal inquiry into
Affair of the Generals", in
Which a man who served two
In prison lief ore the war,
and got the Legion of Honour in
1948 was alleged to have sold
i
The two gonarala In the caso
A year old Georges Marie
relieved Of his post as
Gate! of ihe Army General Stall
last Decemberand 01
Charles Mast, put on th)
Ua| at Ihe same tune
M. Bidault. speaking ifH. trie
Aaseml ivs meeting nad oeen
opened today, said that no defi-
04 had been established
againat atthai of tba two ajaniiale
' ..i "COnoarna France's
honour", be told me ptttfcad and
tonae hall, "Tin- eounti
right to know the truth i he
affair conoai dal protit-i
acn against whan i a
.hment wag based, he'
said. or. a top secret report on
Indo-Chma by General Rev r
loss or theft of which began thej
scandal, on police reports com-j
piled after an inquiry In Saptatl
ber and police tiles.- heutrr.
Peron-Franco
Treaty
Cancelled
(By HENRY BUCKLEY)
MADRID, Jan. 17
Iteports from Buenos Aires (hat
Argentina bus cancelled the
Pt-ron-Franco Economic Tied.
sieved in April 1048. caused no
urjinse |n Madrid, though ofR-
clal circles here declined to com-
ment. These reports said that no
new trade agreement would !
made until they had met and n.uk?
outstimuing shipments under the
Treaty.
They quoted Argentine Foreign
Minister. Hlpoltto Jesus Pagas,
sayinc that the credit clause ol
the agreement had accordingly
been suspended. If this is so. it
merely confirms the state of
affairs existing, since Argen!r'n
drastically reduced her wheat
shipment to Spain last Bununci
observers here said.
Spain hns for some year- been
receiving large quasi
wheat from Argentina, but has
exported a few Spanish goods lo
that muntry in return. In the
first half of 1949. Argent in- ex-
ports to Spain were roughly Id
BBS Spanish export to
Argentina.
Reuter.
Food Ministry Obsessed By
British Consumer Interest
Truman I rged
To Seek Terms
\\ ilh Kussia
IION BLK II \ fl hi: i.iivnic ..I >r4rll Airr-.M lltllllj
.iflrrnoon from Knirlnnd via Trililditd. He u;is .1 mrmlH-r til Ihr
HrllUh HesI Indies Sucar 1'ioduoers' Assitritlion Itrlrcjlion lu
Kuelunil 1I1 .1 ,!,:;.i .,-,1 in sutar lalks Ilh dip gllllHl MlniMr>
ol Fond.
CHURCHILL SUMMONS
SII WOW CABINET
Printer Will Contest His Seat
(B] FKASKK WICHTONI
LONDON. Jan. 17.
DNSERVATIVE I.i ij suni-
ed his "Shaduw Cabinet" for lin, (roval of 0to he
"*d ne\i week.
Churchill is alao mrklnl on the
mrlth which he will
launch the real t^iHtniR marr-'.hon
. 0 Mar, damenl Au.ce
iii ratauau with a So>
..si at 11 later date.
The T.'i-vear-old Con*
, parlat so irappH
with the growing array ol chal-
lengers to his own seat at Wood-
ford (Essex) constituency
London.
It is suggested that 111 livaw,
besides Labour. Liberal and Com-
munlat, will include a n
,,,,. .. .,- of the Ui
WTjami Fon-iRn M Sir Oswald V
k ',, ., __
krt ,;"''' tanei a hli h..u.
^T[* nritain. t War
^""Wrturc ..
^w unnoticeu IB niaaaila IIIMll
B-^i, ,. rted envelopment.
M tlw exertion ol climb-
p4W^' "h*""* Bavin Seal "Safe
J" iron, an quaratda to CommunijU. who an
aaajyTT '" a tug alongside' up as-year-old
xa one voi in k.. the Young Commun-
ist League, against Churchill.
today said "we arc con
shall give Churchill a run for
evin Leaves
Colombo
Wi Visit France
[ aJX,U)MB. "" "
niah Toreign Secrelarv.
mm. le(l Lolombo today
"W nome in the crulaer
looking much lltler
wi-end ol real aflc| the
Soviets Say
'No'To Austria
VIENNA. Jan. .7
The Russian authorities In
Vienna have informed tba lua-
trian Government that tfaaj do
not accept the counterproposals
UDmlttod by Austria at the lx',:in-
ning of December, suurces cl w
lo the Austrian Foreign Ministry
told Renter today.
jiecled that the Austrian
Govanunant will issue .1 rtata>
rncnt on the negotiations and Uie
praaanl OB of Par-
liament on January 2.1 Rciilrr.
U.K. Claims
843,947
FROM ALBANIA
LONDON. Jan. 17.
Il.e Foreign Office asnouncad
toiiigh.' that Britain, through the
Albanian Minister in Paris. Behar
Shtylia. has asked the Albanian
Government what steps it intends
to take 10 pay 843.947 awarded
by the International Court of Jus-
tice for damage to two British
destroyers In 1946.
The destroyers were damaged
by mines in the Corfu Channel
with the loss of 44 British lives.
Renter.
Bustamante Is
Going To London
OA SLGAR FIGHT
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jam. 17.
BUSTAMANTE has announced thai he will m-yamse
sugar workers financial support fur bin, god a small dete-
ntion to go to London to "smooth out difhrtncea I
His Majesty's Government and the West Indies." Busta-
mante condemned all West Indian Governments, except
Jamaica as "dumb" for nut hftVUUj joined with him last
year in a combiner; gnd said this time he lg not
Interested in ,w^ support from the other Brtt
Indies.
* will ! Jamaica wfalt
l
ID
.
It will

liustainaiiu
sugar delegation of not giving
promuu nil to ilw
1950 offered bs the Mnn^iy of
fOOda .1
-i Dall) Qtcuar. which has
asked the leaning West [ndlaa
-in a campaign of ending
I.egi- ,.
i] .his
moniiiii: til,.
ment statement tailed Xu

Hntish Gnvernmenl to explau.
tow it mane .1 in nptttlfl
rsngssnsnl wltta tba Auatralian
delegation, how thag
Australia 100% increase In pOten-
aj On I'aae 9
nk\v YORK Jan. 17.
i nig urged
to make one n
aayaagnaut *
runent over atw
I i
nb, iht
'., Jair.es RaatOB, aid
i deapatcta ti
Including Mi n vid
Liiiridiiai. cbalrman of thi
njue tha
States must

control ol aH weaa i
tief.-Il
weapon e 1.000
I tl IB
atomic beanb, ba aild
Theoorra
a as expected to mal: I
decarion wttntn the nesl two m
three weeks on WtaSUMM I
At the Pi
said, tha State and Helen. .
ota and tba W
ioromlaglOB are stiid'm
urgently tha nlanttfti
I implications <>f proriu
ine the hydrogen bomb.
Reston said that Own
to be constdersbla sui
g) On rice 1
^.1. WILL LOSE 6 M.
UN 1950 CROP
" A_LL that the United Kingdom have in effect
put to the British West Indies is a demand
to restrict their future exportable production to
900,000 tons.
"Also a promise tor the next three years to purchase
all the British Wesl [ndiea outpul in 1950 ul
Cti,12">,000 less r 1 : 11 [ordgn BUgar will cost, and
prolmbl}' al ;i lower penalty in 1951 and 1952) and
from 1953 to i!i">7 ;i eontraot to purchase 840jOOO
tons al prices which, in theory, are i" he atrreed
inn which experience indicates ill I"' dictated," !
press release, from the delegation of the British
Wesl Indian Sugar Producers' Aaaociation to Bug
land, handed ta the Vdroeate yesterday afternoon
ii\ the llim'lilr H. a. Cuke, stated.
rm-i.il public- in ihc British Weal Indies will be
unable to appreciate the Implications "I the offers made by
His Majesty's C.oviininent in the United Kingdom (which
mil liciiiiiidiil unless llii'y are made iatnihat first
with the general background of the situation which gave
he holding "f lbs Conference and secondly with the
many difficult proUanu which had to be dealt with.
liroposcd therefore to deal with ach of these as
.i subject matter. These are as follows :
ground of the subject
\. Ill SI 'in INTI
LABOUR PARTY WILL
NATIONALIZE MORE
In Second 5 Year Plan
Asia Forms
Vriti-Coiiiiiiuitisl
Labour Federation
CELYON. Jan
.'. |
counirHH attending Uw
gioesvl Cobs)
preparationi for tba formal In
of Labour.
Asian Labour Orgaim.r.
l>e held here tonight, This ine
which is imt
1LO sessionwill be attend)
represenuUvas from
Vietnam, Malaya Phlllj
i ,mi,i.
all)
-I in which the Con*
wee conducted:
mi) The International Bu Bl
ment:
Mttab Market and the
liacki; round
itbreak of the war the
Bntiah <; i
puichane all Colonial e\,
tton t the war,
iirice was llxed for the
,iui it was agreed that
ea Hog
meet BnjP
I labour, mat'
other production
costs, the new price basis would
world market conditions,
and all other factors."
Those connected with sugar pro-
ducUOn at onao became suspicious
..f tins change Og method of de-
tarmlnlng 'he prioe, For it was
then the opinion of some sugar
experts that the situation in the
world's sugar supply was becoming
easier and that around 1952. if
not before suppl) would catch up
with detnaiin
It is ii-1 ...i :,iionablc that thi:
wee preponderant
t ernment wnieh was thus goaidifi
against the anticipated
ksaep dumped sugarn tram
b tree market rjoi
ie;u-
Durtng the years that teUowed
tbc Itrltish 00fl
Once agaui it appo^rod that the
mtereati ol tha t'nited Kingdom
tiiiisumei ware to be the main
considcraUoii and that the reason
fOf the f**T**BT m the puce basis
that before 1952 the world
WOUld tend to fall aild His
i invriiiuient would then
be able to get sugar at prices baaed
I'uin.mly on the world price It
his. waa below Mtandard British
West Indian coats.
Kong, and China are expected to ri thi expense of the colonial
abundantly i leai
nd. .in,i mi many ~*i*r*ifrrf tba United
-
i
* than thai Axed For tba Cokmii
^ut ,
UV
one vewel t
level gangway.
fcjMvini- he chatted on
aV'li.* nayake> and h0
Brll?V Com'*ioner. Sir
b.
*-k
br
gj the public to see him
Human
BACK HOME

new u, PARIS. Jan. II
Kl^ Wk in Paris from
uarmany at 2 40 today
his money".
PolietMiian killed
In Clash With Gold
Coast Agitators
ACCRA. Gold Coaat. Jan. 17
A policeman died of stab
wounds after the police had
charged demonstrators here today
Another constable was seriously
wounded.
Steel helmeted police have been
latrolllng Accra since strikes and
Bomb Scare In
Trafalgar Square
LONDON. Ja
Army dir>po;,u. oOeei
today that there may D<
axploded 2oolb wartln
buried in the lawn in the trout of
the National Gallei
houses Britain's tlO.Otm.
art collection in Trafalgar Square
A sudden subsidence in the lawn
yesterday led the Ministry ol
Works to coll In tho Army ex-
perts to investigate. Digging will
start tomorrow, Half a n
at the other and Of BHl
emrnen.' centre, Whiteh.
man who were preparing to movO
the statue of Abraham 1
Parliament Squai
ging today after the report ,1iat a
bomb had fallen there during lh
war and had not exploded -
Bbsstar,
agitation for Dominion staAls foS
The Labour nominee at ,he ^ brofcc oul ^ januiiry
Woodford is S. ', 9. A state of emergency was de-
printer and rcd in thc city on January 12,
Bachelor of Arts, who.si, tng| gnd the ..Accn Evening News".
h fln^election contest. ';^'orgwl of the extremis; "Conven-
have adopted Howard ((on p^ ^ demandlIlf
an Independent In 1945.
but under a redi
election ai
balance of voting Beuter.
campaign Is Dr. Kwaine Nkru-
mah. 42-year-old leader of the
"Convention People*! Parry" The
campaign, which Included a gen-
eral itrike and a boycott of Bri-
tish goods, was uolv pa
caaafuL-Beetac.
LONDON. Jan. 1
BRITAIN'S Labour Party inday pinned Ul destiirv in the
February Xi QenAral EMCtloa on i second Fr
Plan with full umplovnit-nt ai its "guprenw sim"
i .ut.iining
t already widely predicted new na-
tionalisation schemes ai
surprises summarise Policy in 1 points.
ill Work for all.
<:>) More drive and
inihlic spirit.
I] QleW more food.
'4) Reduce aanaaarra
lirireH.
'5) Social <>ecSirily.
ig) Home* for all.
(7) I'earr md plenty.
The Btacttae PoUcy Utemani
said ihat labour would introduce
the fODoil Nation-
f the beet IU|
faeluring and refinun:
Of the cement Industry, of we*H*
supply ii,
hemical lndustr>
Will Muluiilise
ity also proposes public
ownership of meat wholesaling
and distribution and a developed
public ownership of cold storage
Labour will "mutualite" - in-
stead of nationalising, as was for-
merly proposed Industrial in-
surance companies, making policy
tba owners and profit
sh.ii.-
Food subsidies will be continued
"to keep prices down", and ex-
cessive pricaa arlll be fought
The manifesto, outli:.
elfin Policy, declared thai
years, under Labour leadership.
Britain has regained her moral
poaltfea in the Western World
and won the confident e
La Africa and
i tbii ammh Federation
Bid thai it will
Asian national 'i
isatlons with a
;
u orkers.
deretlon .f
Labour will Ih- tba "sni i
brae datno

mei ui Pefcins last November"
The Asian Paderatlon
will be affiliated to inti i
lc rjnioni

Tonight's plenary session of the
Asian federation of Labour will
discuss an : OOMtitU*
'inn nt the Fedi ration mid pass a:
reaolutlon demandina
represent;i! Uibour in
ILO
Reuter
Will World Wheal
Council Admit Japs
\nd Germans?
LONDON, ft
Ing bare of tba in-.- r-
rwtiooal Wheat Council '
Party has been adjourn*
lam- tail i
asked for instructions from hell
Qovcrnnsanta on tht
accession of Germany aj


patently no obractioni i
: m Joining the Council,
but it was thought that i
>*: members might .rant
to incorporate earl
kajToeraanl What tnesa
safeguards might be was not ra-
-.tl'-d Renter
Extension
At the end of the war II
" rangement UlUl the
I'hen In l!HK.
borixoo began to clear, the

the House of Commons that the
bulk purchase of COsOOi
would be extended to 1952. but
that from 1948 the prtl
would be change he price Iteing based on
the vr;. pgfei plUJ
This apprchensjou was jus titled
in Ihe event, tor the very next
year, when the price for the 1MB
i-rop tamo up for discussion, HIS
Majesty's Government, without
'"ttatinn, re-
ii resss the puce, al-
though there was overwhelming
OVidenca that during 1948 cost*
had risen sharply.
ii was dear to sugar producers
thai Hi* British Government was
rang the ground for dis-
tlng themselves from their
Uon to the Colonies who had
ret reasonably low
airing the war and the
imimxliate post-war years, when
there was a shortage of sugar.
and tbtt as soon as the world's
supply became easier they would
again resort to buying Colonial
On Page r.

Russia Mas Walk
Oul From AH
L.N. Bodies
LAK SUCCESS. '
Soviet Russia will by the rod
of vtds week have cut herself temporarily from all United Na-
tions bedsss, oetarvara ban
pact,
Soviet delegates,
against the presence of Chinese
NationaliM representatiM
ed out uf the three United NatkkOI
committeos yesterday.
The Russian walk-m.
are expected this week m\>
the Truateeehlp Cou
meet in Geneva on Thui
the committee of the Bh
atomic powers, Britain, f
Russia. China, Canada and tho
United States, also dUf
Thursday.
SlTeeaSer Ties The series of Russian
"The Govemm. i it" atarted last week when the
legate1. Mr.
Security
stated here toda incil in protest BgV
insurgents were killed.Renter. I a> Oa Page 3 [ Chinese representative!
100 YEARS; NEVER
CONSULTED DOCTOR
NAM I

has just celebrated bl
birthday Northwest
France, has Dei
doctor.Reuler.
BURMESE AIR BATTLE
RANGiN |


PAGE TWO
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
UMIIF'WI! I l.ll IKV
Cahih Caliinq
Women's WoiMcJ
iVl Wii
Hughes w '' months
holiday Y.- are "ow
bark for inif*h* holiday. The>
OSSM in on Sunday b
from lUontrcal and are slaying
Hotel.

NWdico from Vanexuela
DR. and Mrs. Hum:
of Caracas. Venezuela are now
in Barbados for a boll I
arrived last week b)
via Trinidad and are slaying at
the Marine H
Married On Monday
11 k

Indtm turnle and head)
of the firm of Me?.-
dnd Mrs. BarUn,. -'
laasachuaotU.
Then many Dlanglfl
. them many years ol
On Holiday
Ri
include Mrs. Lewis Who bag
hi inland and u
mm mm Ling a Em days here before
a- p.tu.n^ ; Commission Agent Kclurnsg
MB. Robert Henderaon, to. < a. and ber son who
mission Agent or Culdad iamc m on t/.C.A. S<.-nora Irene
Bolivar, Venesucia, and,a1;J;!' ber daughter from
bo are here for a holi-
sentative of toe Board of Uoder-
wntera of New York, loft tot
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on Monday
on his way back OP"
spent about four weoka' holiday
BOW.
U.S.'vititor'Here
SPENDING
Cllowacki. ad]

ha v..-
AnUs"-''
.

Architect Leaves
MR Rogi I
i
it-la by
Mn, d- Burgh from
vho is spending th<
. : Barbados.
53 -*.
By
m
The Way
IIrrliroaibrr
APPEALS for help for thej. l 'ou
ctocodile with a cold in its nose; The Wine ol Mme. Ikimw-
have so far brought 731.421 hand-1 VET ..g*in the- tacret of pea
kerchiefs to the Zoo. Many were longing life has been discovered.
flown from outlying parts, and and, as usual, by fooling uooui
iome had tender messages written J -ith mice Oh. benighted men i
un them in marking ink 'science' Have I not repealed>>
Indignant commenU have beenttold you that the Water of Youth
made about keeping the troro-i which Ogter once found, gave out
diles in water during the winter. I long ago? That fountain in th
nd thus exposing them to the

Enjoying Their Holiday
MR Frank K. Beg*. I
I
'-ntly by

ind Ihey ausui<

ing it.
o
Law Student Successful
NEWS baa bw i
. 8 H
,,,, U1 hi m Roman
Avenue designer calls
this one, (above) wlthits brushed
From New* York, came two of |
the ultra-short I960 hair styles.
this one, (left) crisp, cropped and
-lightly curled, is completed with
a threc-tlfi pearl collar.
back "wings" and hamlet top, the
little boy bob."
London Express Service.
Spent Two Weeks

K I It. Dul
left on Hoi i
I
a<
Brought Son to School
i
their ;

on Ma
i
Hotel.
i
Ltd. of Pop
New NecklineiNew Dress
II* Lfilu Danbui)
The mere addition of a different ollar gives a new appear-
ance lo any dress. Whether a recent arrival in your wj.rd-
i well worn bystander it will pass as a newcomer
' ime you play the trick.
IrtCTganahW v.uy of in- may woaid completely hide the
nginal neckline of a dress, and
the V-decollete your friends nughi
risk of chills, and Mrs. Wretch
is calling for a national drive'
to bring animals within the
Health Service.
Cricketing Lips'
HEBE is a scene for the Brush
Council film on the place of
cricket in our national life
Rote: They bowled faster a:
you than at anyone else, and you
never uttered a complaint'
| Qeo//rejy: Oh, I don't know
i .";* e: And you let them give
[ you out 1 Kw. !
(Jeotfr-v: 1 only did what any
other chap would have done
Boar And the sun was in your
eyes while you faced that terrible.
fast bowling '
Gtoljrey. Oh, I don't know
Rose: Geoff if you still lovr
me I'll marry you tomorrow
Geoffrey. Sorry old girl and
all that but we're due at Old
Trafford for another match. Doe*
Children's Corner
Rupert and the Caracan^u
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Comings and Goings
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A
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coast
wotting ;
owner.
Mr an I
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sty, too, so you can
indulge in passing fancies accord-
i the bajlfl
I your dress.
i of neckwear have
. hi into the past to pro-
lip tO'tla> minute col-
ter the changed necklines of
ciitury. They are very
from ttaa bistn tailored
Pan collars or the occa-
.1 which edged a high
round neckline.
Dasrtoa eoiiars which
and |ut RaTWaid in sharp
points can be lucked into the
i g basic hlack dress to
sophisticated :
,1 air. Thoy COUM in HUM ok**
.. treated sonii-sl
cotton material which
after laundry. But if the
all you
put a frosty sparkle to
. bo your neckline
b ol them is
' : I
| too.
Women Waul "Anolhei
Hi.""
my hunt for these
I I talked to ; man who
was at on
nufacturer
I
no longer want just an-
liar," he told n

woods, on the southern side of
the Col des Goules in Auvergne,
has run dry. but the wine poured
mto thick, squat glasses by old
Mme Dumas is a pretty good sub-
stitute, and whoever has drunk of
it. though he live to be I hundred.
will die with a young heart
which is better when you come
to think of it. than being kept
aim artificially for hundreds ol
years, with mice for your con-
temporaries.
Mrs. Rumpus
CABRY1NG a banner saying
"Arbitrate, Don't Litigate. Mr-
Rumpus forced her way into I
neeting of the Smoke Abatement
Council. When told that there
was no question of either arbi-
trating or litigating, she shouted
"The Law is a hotbed of Conser-
vative prejudice!" She Wfg
earned out and placed carefull
in the gutter.
SjiIoi ia._ .
*h*k in order and -o look care-
Tully ro e it anything is mining,
but Rupert is now thoroughly UV
Qiiivtive Jboui the queer stranger
i0d he cree,)* :owird the torest
itiin. "I muun't lei him *ee me
thTi iaae." he thinks u h* *ov*.
:orwrd down :h
nidden is Dowel
canvan in at dunn,"2
sight and he tow uio!J ^
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over -
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MATINEE : TO-DAY at 5 p.m.
TO-MGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at %.U
PHILIP DORN, HELMUT DAXTINE
iii -km am: i.\ thi: iM:smT
with JEAN SULLIVAN. ALAN HALE. IRENE MAlQha.
EL S. HINDS
A Warner Bins. Picture
lemember will be replaced by the
high round-necked line of :hc
Fashionable large lapels are
echoed in widely revered Byron
collars made in broderie anglaise.
itli cuffs to match; in trim pique
< dged narrowly with lace, or in
self-spotted voile as deuune gg I
Victorian Miss. They come m
t.eorgeue, too and in silk and
organdlo.
Choker collars, decorated frith
pearls or plastic beading, are the
\flties. They are worn
next to the skin as a necklet and
such a daintily tucked or embroid-
: collar edged with pearls is a
\*\ tight for sore eyes. Worn above a
m-ss or to fill in part of
ped-out neckline of
party frock they conjure up nos-
mories of bygone days
l saw them in white and pastel
hades, some with exquisite drawn
Mvadwork, others with liny
be*.
Press-Studs For Speed
"toSJumt ii~i
UntvewjJ Hit DouOU
TSUI at-Ai-K CAT
B*li RaUUif-
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Jotusny Mjrk B<>'.
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HO VI Worthmgs
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United Artists Doubl*
U-rtvUiy I^MOUR -
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the oniL raoM mashattan
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pleas dress, with exquisite
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To fill in the severely tailored
of a dress or ui'.
.x riding cravat for i
. hey 11 pique and are so cun-
Mingly made that no tying
needed. Their neckline is ad just-
I means of a buckle at the

Some of the collars I saw are so
Ud that they will stay pu*
with the aid of a brooch alone.
(1 .Others need tacking in the usual
td in.-'method or, if you dislike using
material the needle too often and have to
[ in ess in a hurry, put press
i D than tad inside the dr
with which they will team up.
Having acquired dainty neck-
wear, be sure to look after
a ell. How long a collar stays pure
white depends on where you live
at It may need weJBr
igle day's outing or
[t may do duty three or four
IN GOLD...
YOURS
for the taking...
if yoji can find it
See
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MT, JAUTJAW 18, ISM
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE TIIREE
JX.P
. Elect
Ministers
VngHcan Nuns
For B.C. Arrive
'. Advnr.tr C.n._^-
The HIT" i Nuns lo
.urn the i.u-leus of the Aiiuluan
Convent of Hie Good Shepherd
r arc Sisters Emma. Minnie
h.> held in the late, and Phyllis Mary and Hen. met
portloi;" s|r Harold | at Atkinson Field by
"*5*S S Minister ot Fin- Bishop of Guiana
wl in the late Gov- | At the Convent in Gee:.
'""i Z Malcolm (old | they *-ore received by I.
lb* Governor's wife, member!
nt the Furnishing Committee and
Rev. C. C. Cooke, O BE.. Chaplain
to the Convent.
_., mm <*"""
^ur Pay tave
\jm"! v \ Bustamante. ,
' Toon"-***
Bolster'of Education.
HOT. I A. MePherson; I
"""S*
*>i
n- ,rl c.ini sei
No Independence
Day Holiday
BartMdte Advocate <\-rrwponCwl
"liSsteT or Social Services
it, 7 A. Plxley, defeated
rj*. ,ac W Barrant
"rJeri Minister for Agri-
"^Seedlna Hon. E. R. D. ;
"JSrSt "is seat in the
rjL, O .tlphonsus Malcolm.
Bff ,ucduig C M ,A,,,h"
"J did not seek re-election GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
JJ new Ministers. Sangster Government has turned down
.Solicitor. Barrant. a former, ,,, ,rom Ihe Br,,ig, Gulon>
^r. a Government school- | j^,,, lndUln AjBoclation that Jan-
The Speaker is also a ( ^^ 26 ^ dec|nred a holldov ,or
East Indians employed in ihe
Public Services or In industry.
Government however nas agreed
that any East Indian who wishes
to take casual leave on that lay
will be permitted to do so.
V.* 1*1 tt\ ,hc exlaenclea of the nrvtc*
111(111 t tf and the heads of Departmi ,:.
C7 ^KJ^H I will be instructed accordingly.
An application for permission to
hold a Pageant Parade through
Georgetown streets have bean
granted but ihe Pnradc will have
to conform to routes prescribed
by the Commissioner of Police,
and music will not be permitted
in thi- course of the Parade
also
['teacher and a brother of
{gJSe Is expected lo meet ;
January I?.
Finish
a o.r o. OMiMf an
KINGSTON. (By Mall).
IrsTAMANTE ' a slap in
"Z, when the portworkers
.elected Seymour Warner as
of the Cnlted Portworkers
-which has practically dis-
itheB.I T.U. on the city's
loot. Warner's llrst an-
nt is dial he will never
{nods with Bustamantes
l but will continue to fight
I finish. Warner's Union is
d standing with the Shin-
ggaiciation that control most
I wharves.
A UTTU WFf CRErKC IM TIMINC
oan Approved
Hm Our Own lo.rr.pt.nJ.nl
KINGSTON. (By Mail).
I Executive Council has ap-
ri 1 loan of 50.000 In the
Growers' Association from
fcrus Reserve Fund, to be
to biwUmnt in the con-
ind operation of the dt-
tsinc plant to bi
I Walk
Jlit amount 30.000 was
[em lo the company on De-
15 and the remaining
nill be turned over on
1. when it is released
[InvKtmciit in Government
(lloan is for a period of thir-
ty repayment ui the rate ot"
I per annum to start in the
liter. No payment will be
^h the first ten years. The
Is will be transferred to
I Reserve Fund for fur-
topnu-m nf the industry,
liability has been assumed
pOTemrru'nt for Ihe i.p.iv-
^M loan to the Fund.
. Soil Survov
ffi.G. Discussed
Adioc '. (
GBTUV. N
Hi Brace well.
il Surveys h<
hB London with ihe
Afrtculture, Mr H. !1.
:ual Oflice offl-
toil sur.i
Wf Colony.
B the survr.
land the proposals are
peed on the Evans Com-
recoiTTiendations for
pfitior. In tho Potaro and
Riveis dl
fce Marshall Aid Plan it
to brini; American
to assist ,n :>., ..
of the Coli
mcewcll sun..:
is Mill und<
t
Lionel Luckhoo
Wins By-Election
BorDjOos AfAncilf f*on wtmiul^M.
GEORGETOWN. (B> Mad
In a 3-cornered contest in the
'town Municipal by-eh-t/ii-i
January 10, for Ward 4 (Lacy-
town-Robbstown-Newtownl, Mr.
Lionel A. Luckhoo. barrister and
popular turfite defeated Mr.
Ci'hstino C. cieFreitas. Proprietor
Of thr Central Garage and Mr.
A. A. Pestano. Managing Uiredo-
of Pestano's Outfit Stem Ltd.
The bv-.>lf,tu,n followed the
.it'.caiion ,f Councillor
Denis WbitahMd fur bcinif in
a five of bu
City proper-tins. Mr Luckhoo
Mr deFrestai
<*!' .m-i Mr. Pestano 44.
Truman Urged
To Seek Terms
With Russia
LABOUR WILL
NATIONALIZE MORE
9 from page 1
No Can Can'
PARIS. (By Mail.)
tn | dance uM
tn In tin' oftc*>
naughty "Tabtrin" imisuhall.
A cie-in-up rampaicn whld)
also has reduced the number of
IroUuited the
white pai,tics and dark-gerten
long the trade mark of the famous
French dance.
The gbifl can still execute the
traditional hmh-kick. according to
an edict oi the Ifontmartrc
tutKHi. but the black stocking
imist i over the entire leg.
One of the girls, "ki.knu'
violently, baa already taken her
talents elsewhere. She wants to
ya, what is fa-1
l>ecoming a "lost art."
SWISS RECOGNISE
COMMUNIST CHINA
BERNE. Jan. 17.
The Swiss Federal Council de- no safe
ddad today t'o give de Jure recog-
nition to the new Chinese Govern-
ment Beater.
raising the following questions
with the President: (1 Before
deciding to try to produce a
weapon theoretically capable of
n-tioymg targets over an area
of 80 to 160 square miles, should
the Unttad Stales not make a
new approach to Marshal Stalin.
directly or through the United
Nations, in an effort to negotiate
an International Agreement for
the control of all weapons of mass
destruction '.'
11 the President is unwilling to
hold up the effort, in order to
reach agreement with the Rus-
sians, should he not at least enter
into liegJOtlaUuui with them imme-
diately on ordering the Super
Bomb to go into production ?
Reston said that the trend
among officials was reliably re-
ported to bo in favour of recom-
mending that one more attempt
should be made to negotiate a
settlement.
Truman's Orders
He said that President Truman
ordered the study of the problem
ol producing the hvdrogen bomb.
after the atomic explosion in the
I nion.
The bomb could be produced,
and its cost would be much MM
than that ol the Aral atomlfl bomb.
AnthOflittai ban estimated the
0Qet of a hvdrogen bomb to be
$200,000,000. Reston said.
The correspondent said that
some officials revolted at the very
Idea of setting out to produce a
weapon, whose potential for mass
destruction was "beyond human
imagination".
Others argue mat nobody, who
is charged with the defence of a
country, can assume the responsi-
bility for doing without a weapon
on which possible enemies ma>
be working.
Mi LQieothaJ was "represer'oo
M feeling that only under con-
great extremit-
I only after the United States hat
OV honourable aRernat<
course, should the hydrogen bomi
be aded to the American arsenal,"
Reston added.
Renter.
NEW YEAR
INVESTITURE MARCH 14
LONDON, Jan. IT.
His Majesty the King will hold
an investiture for the New Year
honours Uav at Buckingham Pal-
WW.m SU11 under consider- ace on March 14, it was an-
m do appointment has yet nounced from the Palace today.
-Reuter.
TVa For Uncle
BOMBAY, (By Mail)
Indian tea traders have decided
>840.00O in an attempt
to make Amerleana tea drinkers
through advertising, and publicity
si lieiin.
LN.S.
THE PERFECT
CEREAL
% iOOD FOR CHILDREN
Watch your children grow up full
of Ufa and energy. See that your
man and women of tomorrow get
nourishing foods today I Nourish-
ing, delicious Cream of Wheat ia
iey to digest you and your chil-
dren will love It I Try it today.
frra pace 1
and Western Europe." the mani-
festo said.
"In Europe, great sirides h.
been taken toward the creation of
a new economic and political
unity, and no country has giver
more leadership to this great
movement ihan Labour in Bri-
tain." the policy s'atetnent con-
tinued.
It asserted: "We shall continue
this support and leadership In ihu
years to come, always remember-
ing that we are the I
great Commonwealth extending
far beyond the boundaries of
Europe."
The free choice of India. Paki-
stan and Ceylon .o join the Com-
monwealth as full and equal
and India's decision to
be .t Itepublic within It, wen- de-
scribed as "marking an event of
epoch making import.
decisions which would never huva
been taken under a Tory Govern-
ment in Britain".
The manifesto waned
nation's greatest need was to ex-
port more, especially to America,
and said that purchasing power
and production must march -to-
gether.
Finance. UN manifesto said.
"mu>t be the servant Had Ml
master oi employment policy."
Labour's policy as a future Gov-
!i.nu:i' ..ill be ,,to lake what-
ever measures may be required to
control financial forces so as to
maintain full employment."
On nationalisation, the mani-
festo declared that sta.e ownar-
ahlp of coal had saved the British
Industry from eollapse But H
added that private engvmrlae'
must be set free from "the stran-
glehold of restrictive monopolies"
"Where private enterprise fails'
to mecf public interest, the Gov-
ernment will be empowered to
start new competitive enterprise-. "
Reyter.
Kruftp's Body
Lies In State
VIENNA. Jan. IT.
The body of Dr. Gustav Krupp
von Bohlen Und lialbach, former
chief of the Krupp combine, is
lying in state in the chapel of
Bluelinback Caatle, near Werfen.
in the province of Saliburg, Aus-
tria, and will be taken tomorrow
to Salzburg for cremation. The
ashes will be sent to Essen for
burial in the family vaultReuter
1,200 PEOPLE KILLED IN
'CATASTROPHES' IN 1949
NEW YORK. Jan. 17.
More than 1,200 people were
killed in the United Stales in IMS
what Insurance companies call
"catastrophes" accidents In
which five or more are killed.
This death toll was about 150
more than in 1M8. -Reulec.
A Timely
Suggestion
Most of us are careless in
regards to our Health. Most
4 HI are inclined to treat
things like a cough lightly.
When we are in tip-top health
Nature alone will shake off a
cough without the aid of any
drugwhen therefore a cough
stick:, onit's a timely warn-
ing from Nature that your
resistance is down- -thai she
needs helpand ghat's the
time to starl taking
U.S. Warship
Grounded
WASHINGrON. Jan. 17.
The 45,000-ton American battle-
ship Missouri want aground on i
mud Mat in Hampton Koads, Vir-
ginia, today.
The battleship was headed out
to sea on a routine run to Guan-
tanamo. Cuba. Twelve tugs failed
to pull her free.
The Navy said that Capt W I)
Brown would wait until this after-
noon's 'ide before mattD)
attempt to gal
Tin Missouri wai the .hip on
which the Japanese Peace Treaty
was signed on September 2. 1945
Reuter.
Ouirmo "Feels Like
A Fi^htiog Cock*1
BALT1MOHE. Jan 17.
President Ehpidio "Juinno of
ihe Philippine! was in
lomittam" today after an opera-
tion for a kidney stone.
Less than an hour aftai ttH
operation yesterday he said, "I
feel like a lighting cock."Reuter.
Hess And Co.,
Get Ecoiioniy
Culs
MERLIN. Jan. 17.
'lit* in start* arc pro-
posed at Spandau prison. Heihn.
' :i top Nazi war
criminals
man for the West Berlin City
'.ition. said that then-
would be several dismissals of
staff and pay cut
llOSU With the Western Allied
authorities who agjraad that the
West City authorities should
reduce yearly expeiuhti.:
prison from 450,000
marks to 250,000 Dei
Hither... : tl totalled
7i peraoni 'nrludlng
1 enromen, Ub
and sever..! sup i

\n HoMg
'The City An:
' well-paid
men ami

warden
i rdlnai t pi lean otwj coal
marka anauaUa
the fortune we
I Q luy Wai CI i
ltouoif Heaa,
DoanHc
.
Funk, Ail- it S
Krm :-.
Ex-B.W.LA. !
Pilot Crashes
In U.S.A.
i'OUZENS who was a
pUot during 1944-45 :s
daad
He died in a plane crash id ihe
Pocono mountains. Pennsylvania
on Dec. 22.
While in the West Indies his
wife and family resided in Port-
of-Spain. Trinidad. Late in 194.'.
Couzens severed his connections
with B.W.I.A. and with Ml
small engine plane he flew to St.
Kitta with the object of encournn-l
ins; the formation of a Lftl
Islands Air Service. His family
then lived in St. Kitts and later|
in AnUgua.
At thai time there was no air
service between Antigua ana UM
other isiands, the Villa airstrip
having been abandoned and
L-oouagc Field was sUU unaer
military jurisdiction. Passenger*
ior Antigua had lo lly to St. Kitts
and more often than not take a
sloop or th small motor launcn
Komarts to AnUgua. Anyone who
experienced a trip on the Ro-nans
can usually tell u tale of be.
i pitched, rolled and did everything
sink. There was lejoiemg
by many when it was heard that
the famous Romans was i
burnt in St. Kitts.
Nerve Racking
Eke Chambci
uiercc was undecided as to a 'u m-
er it would be protitable to nave
m Leeward Islands Air Ban .
Had to carry mail aid

from island to island \n< I
Leeward islands Air BervfcM
n i
i a sale ol Ul
4i Plena Maffei and
-
ua:, at St. UsBW BW) COUHOl bOM
ut how baa weather, and fuel
hortage caused bin
lacking expenem
DOt siKht the lield of that island
It took all the willpower ic
possusaed to complete the short
hop tn Baibados after which .
felt his flying days were aval 0
seems the urge to fly was ag.un
and thus he met
aad.
In the Leeward Islands Ci *:n
emlx'red as a l
evering pionaar who sacrlfloai
his all to fulfil his hopes
better eaaewotaaoi among than
.i was a good pi.ni..-i and
artist Mis ishotograppj
and a disappointe.1
M left these shoie.s with I BM
Of photonrwp:
of these islands which he hi
enlarge.! and coloure.1
TO WAKE
FEELING
TIRED
"Headache's gone ...
I took GENASPRIN"
-*a sale brsad of tspuio
-rdckly checks llesdacbes. TooUV
dM, Nem aad Rheumatic llias. Cold*
sad 'Phv Also t*m. At tar tint of strain or pain,
sMtkroagal
Soviet Gospel
LONDON, d
the latest Russiin
i ligion:
"An antl-scianl
hinderaniv "t the path ''
i nlsm."
Moweow journal
LN.S.
What a b*u ttart for a
day's work ir you wake
up f^ellnir r Irert anil
UsUeea,iBMead i I batag
brisk and full of enerev-
One woman who can
appreciate the difference from
her own experience, writes to
us - _
"Before taking Kruschen. I
always used to wake In the
morning feellntc verv tirM. Now
1 hav lost adl that tiredness and
I wake feelink- full of energy.
Kruschen has made me feel yean
younger. I also suffered with
rheumatic paliw in mv shoulders
and awellings round my ankles.
I am now completely cared of
thee* pains and swellings. take
Kruwchen Salts regularly and
cannot fpeak too highly of it/
Kruschen keeps von voung
because it tones up the liver.
kidnevs and bowels and keeps
them all working smoothly and
The reward of thin
'.anlinesa is freshened
and inviiforaieil body, tvtsonons
lulled and
the pains > rhcimaiism eease.
And as vou eontlnue with Kru-
le body responds
Km-! hen is MAinable from all

DRESSES
for
Weddings
or
Cocktails
AT THE
MODERN DRESS
StUbfdl CmmtlU. Drt^MI, Ue.
SII.MVKA ( Rll'l M tOin
in MIA (.old. I'mk .ml Blu. ul SI.35 prr yd.
sri'N. RAVON in Whit.. l.oU. lir..n 4. Brewn at 9r. Pr yd. j
-II \ I IM s in Uhilr l.rr>. Uld Ro. l S1.20 par yd
t r.ar Rr.llinn and Shrunk Proof
Md Uad. Mfk rfOOMlOM. U4.. U-^.U-1 .'...n, lnUjfcl
Ferrol
uunnu iRADi uni
Compound
Kill those throbbing pa'" in your u*ck
at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
feel your
te\*?
The Tonic Cough
thai Builds as it
Mixture'
Heals !
Yoy don't nib in Sloan'i. you dab
it on the affected part gently
Sloan! doei tha rest' Good for
aches and paint and still Joints coo I
I0OK t9H INI 'KIUII M OH. Sir*. ON THI MCRIT.
SLOAN Stniment
MEET
ttl\l II \<.l
CREAM
or WHEAT
Ferrol Compound contains
th active pnn.-ip.es o( Cod
Liver Oil, Vitamin A 1500
units and Vitamin D 500 units
per dosein addition to other
recognised Tonics with th.
addition of Creosote and Gui-
aicol. Ferrol Compound helps|
Nature restore the balance ol i
resistance needed to shake '>tT|
thai coughand you will bej
surprised how quickly it will'
go away. Take a course ol six
DottaM and build up res*a*-i
ance that will protect you
against future infection.
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Chemists.
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WITH
POLICY OF ASSURANCE
WITH
IHE BARBADOS
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MAY ALL HAPPINESS
Be yours during- the Christmas Season, and may the
Year 1850 be one marked indelibly in your mmory
as a year of Success. Expansion and Achievement.
LET US HELP YOU
To attain this Success. Continue Curing the Coming
Year to give us your Order* lor alt manner of
Foundry work; all kinds of Factory Supplies, or for
any Item of Hardware you may require.
And now may we extend to you the Season's Greet-
ings with all our customary sincerity:
71 Prosperous 5Wew ^ear
THE BMBADOS NRsSsW !<*-
White Para Koad St Michael
Mrs. Housewife
LET US SOLVE YOUR
1H1MKSTK I'KIIBI.IMS
Wr have just Km.It.*
Shipment ol *
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D. H. ALLEYNE
\ Canvassing Representatives.
C. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.
Beckwith Place.
Bridgetown.
10th January, 1950.
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AIM . .
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
^mm^00m^The Problems Of India
,tiM M Tb. IMA Co LH. M. r~> S, BrtM^owi
Wednesday, January Ik. IMC
llv Hat ill Tempi* Robert
SLOW
lit Bernard Wirk*eed
T THE news will be welcome in the entire
Colonial Empire and especially in the West
Indies that the British Air Ministry has
dc. ided to make provision each year for
cadetships and apprenticeships in the
Royal Air Force. The candidates will be
nominated by the Governors of the various
i subject to certain conditions
of citizenship and education, will be train-
ed at the Royal Air Force College at Cran-
well.
There will be six cadetships and twelve
apprenticeships awarded annually. The
adctships will lead to permanent com-
missions for candidates between the ages of
Mean and a half and nineteen years
on Januarv 1 of the year of entry while the
apprentices must be between fifteen and
seventeen and a half years.
One other condition attached to the
award is that the passage to the United
.11 be borne by the Air Minis-
lt parents or guardians will be re-
i |o meet the cost ol maintenance
and return passage of candidates who fail
to qualifv in the selection tests or who are
found medically unfit by the final medical
board.
West Indians have always regretted
enlist in Bril
, they have been Riven
pportunity they have shown them-
i. U M "'" an>' 0,her
f the Empire; M ;l '"'
bead the Empire they
(ace,! with many difficulties when
offered to join the colours. During
tt'war the Dominion of Canada gave
many West Indians an jpportunity to
offer their lives in defrnce of the Empire
against the Axis. The criticism was then
made that the British Navy was then a
closed door to colonials and only with
,1,1 they join the British
M lcrms and
conditions as an Englishman. The excep-
tion was the Royal Air Force, tne most
apcci. i :. alfh lb* youngest of the
lag that this new departure
should have come from the R AJ
' outstanding
,. served with diatl
in a distinguished Bghth
Empire.
The way is now open for the same step
to be taken by the Navy with its long and
noble traditions of service In i" "ing the
sea lanes so that the enemy's attempt to
. ft ..Id be CruttraJ
IN the mountain- o( Kashmir. Kashmir Is the unwillingness of don "Daily T.leirr.ph-- susgesUnf
Z,"r,r,b> IWO India to agree W a fte,lb,* ^^JVuist'^my"35.
is :;r::::;:i; ssstts &$&<
U"X.r the probteex that hlm. The Indian public.stspoin men, u, torce occupyjngjujn
IU work mart no, be disturbed is out with correet_j.nowjedl._ol ^^A'^'wc^rder. of a
lhort-sigMed
WHAT'S all this about half
no time a, all. Alain.,
ivntury" Thai'*
_ Sickground "I
nd terra firma SO years are
the stars and seas
,,d the terrlnc h.ll-<^ry ', h SJ
when all die time the human race is only a oso>
"KKi if you were to make a <<*
mentary mm **~~* *_ "? J^SllS.
WEDNESDW. J.WT'.VRV u ^
i^rfiSaj / for TO-DAY
11&*i*7t0hf' lMl 1 Living
*f W dually |J
CROWN MALT EXTRACT 31
A.T.MERS PORK BEANS 30
RBPINBAPP1 3UC1S 48
MONK Sr GLASS BU "
4 Ikran to a Packet each making I pi. 26 _,
I OLOX* r STORES
ii him. 'I'M; maian pu ot be disturbed is u,. with correct knowledge of mlr'or a period P"^ | *_ M earm and le, 1, run lor .ix he
Ion. A. an geography and strategy Mj* " IS,^ ^ r-nuties" ' "" h^n>an, wouldn't apviear Ull the last haH second.
5? *S *2!Z2?LE1Z ForOe?,T,"M?ni,ersD0.P.be Common- {? r* man on earth h- burtt a r*J-
rttal Of* O" "1* PWO- \,llaIIl*as8aS V* "~I~C >
article will be read in many par,, cite area" would be unequaL lr.- Foreign ""?^I)|ee , rje-
^fnTrnS-r'arm^ &S JSS'C^g ^J^VieST-uS
g^aH^^ SS wS w^oraw-ac^an ST c JUemjon
stahS=r S?SS f - Sbrs^s
whatever dseMOB is reached It lo call India mai'ta'"'" '. WJn'lim^?SJ0 long. And what U
Win be the nMact lot reveng* ,ha, withdraw^ of ** * m?r,;n^ftw1.policing army for
hostility, hatred Teere w,l, he ... "Lm """^ "" II15J&* u, obvlly
the t"mmonweal^ A, the momenl Ihe deadlock U to u|e to put 'orwrd
lent StiaUon esmn the United Nation, and ^lutlon, without pointing out
ml This Is 'or a simpl. be resolved-although Gen- mrir d,mculUas.
tundamenlal reason. The ... ,.r v hair- diftlculty I. that the
monwealth is a larget (or a dellb- m..n of the Security Council, has The firs, dinlcu y is
crT and .u.lained ofteni l undertaken to continue hi. effo.br force mWll be ' '^
SScted from Moscow. There ,. To this writer the redeems '" b. trv... and eerutal exp *
no reautn to demand, for that only one solution. The plehKc.o will nave 10 dc ,,,>wntinent-
%J"S.> all Commonwealth lt^,. u,e .utaequen, demarcation unknown in he sub-contlnen
,hould commit them- n, a ,r whichever direc- beyond ""^^ "L^S-Vm,
aTiance It If well understood in ,ion. must be conducted under the Pakistan. The ThTtoshow
iaandon'tha opervi.inn ot an international Task Force- must be able to mow
andPakUtan .,, e..,re ^^"c.ent m.li ar sWngth to
(Ma norths maintain the prest.ge witn wn icn
, the Common- hrr can brinC fr" - ta ">" ^ ^ X-
ETnowc, 1 Imostlinpofaiblel of large numbers.
Kashmir-- ,he Com The "Commonweahh Tart
..r.umentp.nnt.totheCom- e_ ^ iss,
munist-domi, it, monwealth reela.m.ne. 'mm the unmixed confidence of
. and und. .;''' hVthPaklsSn and India-and that ...^-----.....--
Ith the f.rce. not to seto
London can do any good by plca.l- of B"^.^^ NrUl Wei, ^mics but merely to restrain m-
ln (or k "' S^,ml'",1 .1 e.temenu to violence. From the
feeling, le " '""m". , like a return of start of this venture in Common-
both sides, for -retaliation But would ' w" |ls 0,d and MUh ^Uement of a Common-
.,!, eannot Ignore he ?,^,'hsU^,^n^ound. Sac- wealth dispute it must be made
he dispute batwaen India and "^p^S^g hUi, suspicious clear that the Commonwealth
hi. moathles of the British force will rem.in "in the field
-Imr Gornmen? to, Nehru's for a considerable penod a ter,he
of two governments ol ; ^thirdly and exactly con- plebiscite. The purpose will be to
.trong. actually poor ,. the peaceful acceptance
It Is Imm. ' lr"i. e.1 a kind of "natural pre- of the plebiscite result by the
South Asia. So no Br,t..h com- "on. Bhtiih mv om- minority, and the prevention of
mentator worth onsldenng can iud.ee ong rrin b| r^,,,,, by the majority. From
avoid res, "? 'iit* Muslem the point of view of the Common-
porting what " bV'n,,fv,,','" Ji Pakistan. wealth, outside the sub-continent.
Kashmir and then ending hi andihisidate; >' P>*| ^ , ^.re cwl be no reason for post-
article on the note of "hoping for In view o. ,Bgc,,i0 of poning decision. In one way or
the best" ,.. ,ho another a plebiscite must be
,,y ,,, ,0 the Lon- "ranged.______________
TuTe' "Srl'eamn" e7 earth "had buil, a radio s. a-
Bon and Iroadcas, ,o the universe the^ news of
his safe arrival the message would only now do
TlSen^Ilf'the Sy Way broaden, .0 u>
every day. it transmits on a wavelength of S
metres, and we pick the waves up 30,000 years
later.)
THE SOIL I
STEPPING from the stars down to earth, consid-
er the solid ground beneath our feet we
call it our own, fight for it, and let it outon leases
of 99 years. To hear man talk you d think II was
sometWng permanent. That's the sort of outlook
"u get wheiTyou nxard 50 years as an epoch or
"The"'truth is that the soil of Britain Rustia.
America, and the rest is as transitory in the great-
er scheme of things as a sandbank in the tide.
Britain has been above the sea and under a
again half a dozen times already. Right now
parts of it are vanishing and new parts appearing.
THE SEA
FIFTY years Is too short a time to notice much
change. A thousand years if better. In that
lime the sea ha. covered 33 '"""'v"!"^
borough Head and Spurn Head ir. Yorkshire
At Dungeness and Weymoulh the land U build-
ing up, pebble by pebble, cut meat of the South
CoVst is iSng washed away at the rate of a foot
a century. Round Belfast the coast is sinking,
round Dublin it's rising.
In some atlases you can find maps of the world
showing which coasts are rising and which fall-
__ UU___' a. Ik^ ,..s ~"H till
TOOLS
The \tw -Mw*t Powerful
Man In The World*
r,.|inl.ii isin llm li.nl"-
tl.IS
.naila Anliti,
yond doubt that Barbados is bee01
opulac as a holiday lesort for
Canadians. On the last few
brought over twenty pal
gers landing at Barbados as against six or
: r Trinidad.
At I
ofler of Trans Canada A.
Barb;. 1
...mid prove
Barbados would be an at'
who would tpend the
dollar..
In the past one of the chief ol,,.'
: act that Canadian
...land have been face.:
transhipment problem! and U I
unnatural i,
has "s "re
..1 and

I .d increase n. tha n.iii.i-
. U Don
I likeliho.xl that with the
.. airstlip at S
ased.
Rad rul"i
401 mill,

ItV Alan llrorkbank
\ni lrti>i
. ih.iin-
Mao, oddly enough, was bom
on HiUer'. birthdayApril S0-
56 years ago in Shao Shan. Ii
Hunan Province
Canton.
- I !!
"
tang anu

t.us ion "t
bmoui an^
, .
in* maaJ
hiKrhrr
, whisp-
rin i3o he "rearettul
His father, unUke most Chinese,
read and write, and young
Mao graduated from the Hunan
Normal School.
He read Rousseau, Adam Smit.i.
Spencer, and Darwin, and became
an idealist.
Then he lurnes'. to Mar after
the 1917 revolution in Russia.
He helped to found the Com-
r. jnist Party in China in 1921, be-
coming comrade No. 2.
METEORS
PUNY man thinks he knows something about
bombardment and boasts of the bombs,
rockets and doodlebugs he has produced in the,
last 50 years. But that', just bow-and-arrow stufl
beside the meteoric bombardment of Ihe earth
every day by the heavens.
In 50 years. 36,000 million meteors (shooting
stars) have been fired at us out of space. About
one a day reached the ground. The rest were burned
to dust by their impact with the atmosphere.
The remains of meteors, mixed with dust from
volcanoes, fall in the sea and build up the lied
of the ocean deeps.
,h | It Is called red clav. and over the aeons thj
o Shan, liiin. deposits hove grown to be many feet thick. The
I contribution of the current half-century Is about
one-thousandth of an inch.
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About this time he discarded
his wifeit was a customary boy
and girl marriage and he haJ nev-
er lived with his brideand mar-
ried a professor's daughter, oko
a Communist.
Mankind is so thinly scattered over Um
(there re more microbes in a cupful of Ml
there are people in the world) that no one has
Svor been hi* by a meteorite. (Meteor when H
ratcb the ground, DMtaortti
In 1908 ii meteorite that fell in Siberia was so
big that it razed forests for 80 miles around. At
some unrecorded time another loll in Arizona and
made a crater 4,000 feet across. Sciential
calculated that it must have weighed a million
tons.
The greatest of them all hit the Gold Coast
before man or the Colonial Ofnce had been hoaid
of. and left a crater 6'. IDttM wide and 1,150 feet
deep, rt's a lake now with crocodiles in It.
Ill I'JJU Ml' I >"*** --
he* may", ,<' that Ma>> : '"ally u"~
. ...

Mao U UU lor



min ,.i Un" eaves-
.. -1 ion
I lands, but wi.n
GLACIERS
MOST noticeable change to the face of In I
earth that a Martian would
since 1900 has nothing to do with man. It is the
_J -_ .,, mulling of the gi.e
a.e"" m ". | Thl, hM bjjn lmBg 0 fnr 10.000 years but in
He was defeated by Chlans. the last 50the last 10 In paruculnrit ha..
Kai-shek and led an .rmj ol [ ly speeded upjrom Norway to New Zealand trou.
. They could not DO
. Ion feeds-
n
woman.

I'oiho's I lioiiyltl
li a miihl food Ihlac
t,. km." imn not from look-
lai jl Ih.in >ul from ktVUfl
,,,., | Mll, ,.| IIO'IM Wll- II >'U
lnv, uurkid with Iht-m. whru
m)U Uwe lived with thrm.
M il> not ha\e to wondrr
how the* feel, because ***
i.l ii FlllH
Ilil.HMiKl R(H>sK\I.LI.
80.000 on a 6.000 miles march i
3o8 dayi into exile. Only 20,000
survived
During the march he marricd-
a third wife, a school teacher, and
abandoned his five children W
peasants on the way.
In 1939 he married a -fourth
Ume Chinese film star
shared his exile living in caves
and adobe huts.
Mao has uilt up the Bed China
l vtuinfl vm the peasants ana
:n'ming them.
His bulky figure will cast a
long shadow in the brilliant sun-
shine of Colombo.LE.8.
Greenland to Peru.
The Swiss and the Italians are quite woriied.
Their hydro-electric plant* depend on a good supply
of glacier water, and they are wondering what
more.
In Spitzbergen the tvenflt winter ten)
, seven deg ees hifiher than it was at the
beginning of the century, and in Greenland it's
so much warmer that the codfish, haddock, and
halibut are moving lo its waters In millions.
(In the long run that wont
iBd is drifting towards Britain at the rate
ids a year)
In 50 years man has built a few kyacra)
dammed some rivers, but in 1943
ing from scratch on a Mexican farm, showed what
Nature can do when she trie-;. In 00* night it
raised Itself to a height of 25 feet. In a week to
550 feet, and in six months lo 1500 feel.
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Ol II HEAIH.KS SAY; , m
T~J3I__t, e| Gim Igmmuice or Gross IImkm..s>
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r.ole parasrapn tne fi tha( Qn could
''"'""'rlTto "nee the courl puolalv annul order, already
All lhal remained ot the charne Harv.Boo -----------wa< made known to hll new fubord-
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To The Y !iocM
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r


irio trial
ol the ageing
fanhal whose chief
leta none of Uh
introduce condenujatjon 0t ,
of Jews

A
i uck
, AU auwo ot '"' v"";*" r^anisedthat a commander was made known to his new subord
'7 n,^iarrwcre 3^"de?the laws and usages Inates and to the S.S. there. Even
l.thArmy.a * J""^ W17e thcir ca,c and so. there U much evidence that he
severity. Most
note in the diary
, lki who frequently
1 HIV lal re units in the rear ol war -lo teiM their cattle and so, were if mu
, i at nlacesWSra foooluf and to deitroy hotues- curbed their
' ,; warfar? waT ral.nt Compared with the gravity o( the sujniOcant |
ontinuiM JMBJ ^^ ^^ ^ Iubsun. , ( G -ebbels.
those on which he was convicted warned Hitler
. b petty, yet hU sentencevirtually >ppoition t., .lauslein
[ one ol life imprisonment is and Klelst Rave introduced more
"'." ^Inr<'Th.'rie*.uh! iho on "which he wai collvuteJ aramed Hitler ol
IK Charte 1UD- _"_ __...... M____,_______;.,,,,. uunution tn hi. onian M.n.l.m
itantially In so far as von I
humane ucatmci.i
hard t"
tion admitted.
As the ;
all tides used
.
, f .1, ... and others -
-
case
The two charge.
court's I'm .
originall> I
.
shade leff than the humane treatment of the in-
possible. It fhowf no habitants in regions that have
proportionbut merely again come under military ad-
n 'ttemot to keep in ftep with ministration as a result of our
r,al ItT Involved ^n M M Nuremberg. f I April 2. IMS).
ral and Involved In all IJ It If evident that von Manstein
Urm during a period In which u now dear w., von Mul. U)0k ,hc ,nlliallvl, , m|ti.,Un(,
I I,- ol- he lost 10.000 men killed by giier- .^ Mwr wiu,,^ , policy whumane measure, One mav
,,, ay .... the aUles continued Wls even all rding to Ruffian claims Q1 bruUllty and waf acciuitted of hope, not least for our own
w com- So small a number would appear ., ,,,, a mciled We reputation, that wo shall be led
,xlem , 1. tl,r official return .. ,o be .vKtenee of hU reftrahung . und hta Mmm,d , com- to show a similar sense of human-
"l^"am ?.H TrLeTTlre m" ""* ' bruU",> '-*" m" " '" *mlf ">' fvage
,.pon the charges to employed some .01K1 in Noiwa> ..,; Stalin had ordered every ,m00rUnt ooinu In an, aeeusa- M_ hII.
.. tgencral- and else-.. * rear to kill Ger- Uon , w,r cnme. Although
f the seven '*' "utslan war became a bar- Ion, enough
nf barons light, von Manstaln'f corps m.,
n digging forufl- abstained from com|.. hard strv
ne ,he drastic or.ler. of the High ,h,
'. charge on wh.cn r,,n'
found guilty was Wat found until Re was transferred w .|| von
bordsaalsa sot V. lets cmiians ware command an army
,, devastated area where those orders w. ,, lgnorlinCe
eriouf charge "* vw** re^T* ln opers". ls abra '" r gross
, to vlnrtng that the pros. 1M3-44. Tha charge might as assume that a mere army com- PATHISER.
records of warfare
lo realise how few
safe fssald -
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BKEAk 1AOES
COCKTAIL S
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I.OCAI. NEWS
llll l!\itli.\IM>S VDVfK Ml
Sugar Talks Negative
From Beginning
PAGE FIVE
''''/.////.'.'////,'//, .;'.'.;'.: '/.v/.',',v/;-ya0000W0>iB
, frees pa*e 1
_n at prices bed on those
fSn^'forc** -gars.
Cuban Price
map Anally their apprehensions
* "nttrmed by the statement
^JSmber o( the Britiih Gov-
iLSTiSt all the Colonies
I *5Bect in the future was the
SS.rport pr.ee plus prefer-
^M the British West Indies'
.,,, Association asked His
iiirtv's Government to receive
"*SiUon in the summer oi
iTuTtftocuw the question of a
jE-wnn agreement at guaran-
"^.reTw very strong feeling
,BTeB"'lsh West ,ndiM ,hat "
1 Colon. for the ten years
!Hl ifl bad sold all their export-
hUsuur to the United Kingdom
Juices much less than normally
rJdd have been obtained in a
HS of shortage it was only
SSabte that they should be
^n a guaranteed price during
Se net ten years.
^, is well known, these talks
held In the summer as a
-_ujt of which the following
Snmumque was issued by His
Uaiestv's Government:
\ccesMtv
As will be seen from the com-
munique, it was necessary for His
lUiestv's Government to consult
other sugar producing areas be-
tt*t thev could finalise their ar-
Miements with ihe British West
todies. Accordingly, we were sub-
JmwnUv invited to attend a
meetine of Commonwealth sugar
producing areas. These are as
H**"-"*"* WN Ind1- JamaVi.
aitlah GuiM. Trinidad. B*nad<
-Kill". AMl*ua. p
Iburttlu*. Pt)i. BHIUh K*l Afrlci
A series of discussions regarding
the future sugar policy of His
Majesty's Government in the
United Kingdom has taken place
b London in the past few weeks,
gist with representatives of the
British West Indies Sugar Associa-
tion and subsequently with repre-
sentatives of the Jamaica Govern-
ment.
There have been full exchanges
of tfews which were most useful
lo both sides,.
Bis Majesty's Government as-
red the delegations that they
recognise that the prosperity of
fas sugar industry is vital to the
mintenance oi an adequate*
standard of living In sugar-pro-
anting colonies such as the Britislf
West Indies.
It is their intention to make
og-term arrangements which
will give to the efficient producer
of sugar in these areas and else-
where in the Commonwealth Arm
entrances of markets for agreed
tonnage* of sugar, at reasonably
remunerative prices to be nego-
tiated with the producers.
It l.< the declared policy of His
Majesty's Government tu maintain
and improve the economy of the
fcolotual territories and where, as
n the British West Indies, sugar
production Is the main and indis-
pensable basis of a healthy
economy, this will be given special
consideration In fixing the quanti-
ties of sugar to be covered by
these arrangements.
Consultation
Before those arrangements can
be completed representatives of
oner Commonwealth producers
will have to be consulted.
It is the intention of His
Majesty's Government to under-
take these consultations in the
autumn Representatives of the
West 'ndles will, of course, be
eluded in these further dis-
miom
The two delegations from the
JJUsh West Indies insisted
woughout the negotiations that
a*7 assurances which might be
g"n must, to meet the needs of
the situation, cover a period of at
hast to years.
While appreciating this view
h Majesty's Government re-
larded the period of the agreement
as a point to be covered in the
agotiations in the autumn.
A few days before the 21st of
Javember. 1949, when the Con-
*rence was to begin we were in-
road that there would be
aeparate talks by the United
fcgaom representatives with the
Dwunions and separate talks with
*e Colonies.
,JJe,ore the 8th or December.
* " Australian talks were
a* and the Australians had got
agreement, satisfactory to
wr -Mi-rests, which could be
^wa Australia before the
" of iJecember, 1949. when the
**"*! Meet ion was due to take
* in that country.
Walls of the Australian
ajMMM were not announce*!
gnu Majesty's Government and
J itemed so strange a pro-
g^that we were somewhat
United Kingdom represen-
we were informed thai HJ*
Majesty's Government would
shortly begin discussions with
other nations on the question of
the International Sugar Agree-
ment which became dormant on
the outbreak of war. and if re-
vived will seek to achieve stabil-
ity for sugar by limitation of out-
put.
The United Kingdom represen-
tatives! accordingly claimed that
before they could begin the dis-
cussions it was necessary first to
fix the limits of Dominion and
Colonial production. Their origin-
al proposals were as follows ;
Osmsss*--
PraaeM Export Surplu._-l.140.O0O loiu
Propo-td Limitation1.400.000
r Daaalnlaat:
Prwant Export SurplusMO.OOO lorvi
Proposed 1. mutation 700.000
Percent-!* Increate Ti.o.
When challenged with the in-
equity of these proposals it was
explained that the Dominions
overall quota, of 700.000 tons was
based on what the Dominions
hoped to export by 1852; when
this line of argument was chal-
lenged in turn they then fell back
on the argument of pre-war
figures which is equally unten-
able. However, in the face of
heavy and unremitting pressure
from th* Colonial representatives,
the most that the United Kingdom
would concede was :
Preaani Propo*- Pf-c-tv-
Export- *d Lim- t-te
able nation Inrr*d-o
Surplus
lone
''okmlet. 1J40.000 lisoooo 30
Dominiotia 400.000 800.000 100'
After prolonged discussion, the
Colonial representatives reluc-
tantly stated that they were pre-
pared to accept the figure of
1.550.000 tons, though tljis involv-
ed a reduction of 250.000 tons
from their target figure of 1,300,-
000 tons, because it did not appear
likely that there was any possi-
bility whatever of obtaining fur-
ther concessions.
The division of the quantities
arriving from the Colonies is as
follows :
Praaent Propos- Target
Export- *d limit- iliiura
able atlon re-
Surplus quraUxl
OOSa 000 ton* 000 ion*
Woat Indie* T30 BOO 1.100
SSSSttalTIUsa^
fiesse*
yauk.
Jootht
ITS AN dtfttttulljj PRODUCT
Always ready^
to treat ('"'*>,
a cold-
IBfeS)'
PICTURED ARE FIVE MEMBERS of the Rarhado* Water Polo Team who returned
from Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Hie, arrivr.l g| SeawTll at 1.45 p.m. Ltfl to rlfht
are : Paul Foster, Tim Yearwood. lieorce Mari'le.n. Uelbrrt Bannister, and Kenneth
Inee. Three members of the team returnrd on Mondat. and the remaining player Is due
on Thursday morninr
Mau
FIJI
300
ISO
lat Africa
1-S40
1T0
1,560
300
\M
The British Market
It is on this subject that the dis-
satisfaction of the Colonial repre-
sentatives reached its highest
pitch. The representatives of HK
Majesty's Government presented
us with the following original
proposals :
Ton.
United Klrmdom ConaumpUon of
Suai M*M*I
United Kingdom Beet Production 300.000
2,000.000
Reserved for Foreign
Susan MJM
tfol .1 .: Dasssstteaa eaaitti
Reserved (or Colonlen 1.10V.0M 2.000.000
After discussion it was agreed
that whatever Dominions and Co-
lonial quantities were finally fixed
should be purchased on a guaran-
tee basis at "reasonably remuner-
ative prices", the method of de-
termining the price to be settled
later, and that the period of the
guarantee should be reduced to
eight years with a provision that
the United Kingdom would on de-
mand of either party consider
each year the question of exten-
sion for one year.
After much further argument,
a second United Kingdom propos-
al was then made as follows :
Ton* "
Net UnlUd Kingdom
rcqulrementr
Foreign Sugar
rivmiOi
gtfsaal
m.....
lauaj
us! sal
It
JU101 unl11 ,h<-' 3rd of Jan-
J>- 1M, that we learned the
J*"l-n of the Australian
JK*nl and this information
- "cci\Pd from the Australian
gj^aive, in tne Un.ted
No Denial
**. His Majesty's Govern-
" has not even yet told us the
---. ...tu je, iuiu u? in
ssjjz-~ m the Australian Agree-
g|> although they no longer
g^.he^Australian veiswn of it
m*n-a no power to prevent His
^~w* Government from en-
J- into whatever prior
SSS^ ,ne> *- wih
CB*ua; but in view of the fact
Shhn^erenc* of Common-
[^ja producers had been called,
Bna,',"1 '.'ur opinion, most im-
2?rJ" Has Majesty's Govern-
nr. f!! * much aa ttiacuss-
2J 'he CoIon.es. to make an
XT1*? th the Dominions
g no. only gave them satis.
Ha.,. Minu- but also contained
i5**hich set out the terms
Iff "foment they intended to
jrtth the Colooiea and
Un.ted Kingdom not to
"V change therein without
Tff"* of the Dominions.
waaskUaoatJ StsfpaV
la f. Are ajj*'" In* Colonies are con-
^-.ijnay be said that the
-JJ^aa on a negatr. <
0r meeting with the

price
Colon la* fuarantead
prire 1.100.000
Dominion* no guaranteed
price 100.000
Coloniea no guaranteed
price 130.000 2,000.000
It will be noted that under this
second offer the estimate of the
United Kingdom consumption was
increased by 50,000 tons and the
guaranteed quantity to the Do-
minions by 50,000 tons, the
Colonial guaranteed share re-
maining the same..
Some oi the Colonial delega-
tions were under the Impression
that the quantity of 250,000 tons
without guarantee meant that that
quantity of sugar would have a
guaranteed outlet in the United
Kingdom marki't although not a
guaranteed price.
As this point gave rise to
doubts a special meeting was
called and it was then made clear
that this was not so.
No Guarantee
There was to be no guaranteed
outlet whatever. All that it meant
was that the United Kingdom
could purchase from the Colonies
in excess of the quantity to be
sold nt guaranteed prices
(1,100,000 tons) sugar to the ex-
tent of 150,000 tons on a competi-
tive basis.
It did not mean that the 150,000
would be allocated to the Colonies
on a pro rata basis such as was
planned for the 1,100,000 tons.
Therefore for all practical pur-
poses, the Colonies were to be
required to agree to a limitation
of 1,550,000 tons with a guaran-
tee on the United Kingdom
market to the extent of ;,100.000
tons only, divided as follows:
OtOM Guaran- Not
I,ur.lled <* Ruaran-
SUpor;- Market lei I
able 0 K
H .III M lO
quantity
Tom Ton* or
price.
Ton-
Br Waal Indiei SOO.OOO MO.OOO 300.000
MMuiuua 10.000 jja.ono iswon
mi i-o.oon iia.ooo ssaoo
Br. '".eat Africa 10.000 1.0
i joe.oee i.MBjeo 4S0.r-.
Discussions on the question of
price also gave rise to much ap-
prehension.
Indeed, from what has so far
happened, there is reason to fear
that there will be difficulty in
arriving at a satisfactory formula,
for the Ministry of Food appear to
be unable to get rid of their deep-
lv rooted obsession that the inter-
est! of the British consumer out-
weighs all other considerations
when dealing with
the British farmer.
As has been already stated, be-
tween 1941 and 104? the basis of
price fixing was the 1M0 price
plus increased costs. Prom 14
Oa Page 9
Curio Shops
Prepare For
Tourists
THE Curiosity Shop and Self
Help in the City and the Mayfoir
Gift Shop at the Aquatic Chi
.ill prepared for the arrival of
tourists on the "Stella IV
which is expected tomorrow
Pie" Mauritania" which is ex-
pected on Saturday, Jnnuary 28.
The Self Help has a good stock
Of everything from a bag or
basket to a stuffed crocodile. It hats
just received a new stock nf
needle work of every* description,
bags, baskets and flowers.
Also in stock are quantities of
mahogany work. |wintinns. shell
work, and antique jewelry.
Among the mahogany work are
trays with on old fashioned win.:-
mill scenery of Barbados in-
scribed in the centre, windmills.
and Jewel boxes with a map of
Barbados on the covers.
Coral
A small quantity o! finger corrl
is also on display. The pictures on
sale include various Bridgetown
vendors. Printed under the pic-
tures of these vendors are slogans
such as; "Get yuh cooling
mawbee"' "Red Fish!" Yuu.id;
Fowls Outside:" and "Get yuh
nice sugar-cakes!"
Tourists will be able to buy
native dolls of ail sine, inlniature
local pottery, and knitted articles.
Mrs. John Mahon, Treasurer of
the Self Help, told the "Advocate"
yesterday that the native dolls,
fchell work and baskets tell
She said that occasionally
tourists use the Tea Room on the
second floor to ict itv i
cakes and tea. If any oi
tourists stay over In the
they are permitted to use the
Self Help's Library which I
situated on the second floor.
Sunken Ship
Still There
WITH a slight change in
position, Yawl "Potick" remained
sunk and resting on the bed >t
the inner basin of ihe Careenage
On Monday, it had a list to tho
East with the main-mast project-
ing over the Schooner "Marion
Belle Wolfe." The hull shifte-l
during the evening causing the
main-mast to lean in the opposite
direction.
It has not yet been decided
when and how the "Potick" will
be removed. At present, it t* con-
sidered a menace to navigation Li
the Inner basin.
Captain Every of Schooner
"Marion Belle Wolfe" said yes-
terday that the sunken vessel
could not prevent him bringing out
his from the cross bcrti
culty is anticipated.
The extent of ihe damage done
to the "Potick" Is not known. The
mainmast and the no
were up to yesterday e\ \
standing.
Victorious Water Polo
Team Returns
Five members oi the victorious Barbados Water Polo Tean.
returned from Trir. Tim Yearwood, George Mac Clean, Kenneth Ince, Delbert
Bannister and Paul Foster.
BU
a Monday
Lth then the
: .
Bhlrl Faetorj oi Trinidad. The
other member of the '
lUC beck on Thursday
morning.
In an interview with the
SINCE lftnii.iv I ^,-hnonrr 'A'! : on, Cap-
'Cvril E SnS" was^n oor ,a,n ol ,,,e team * t,ial he waa
of cnent vpry pleased w,lh lhe Performance
A Dispute
Delays
Vessel
loaded with 500 drums
for Tortola. Vn
Owing to some "freight rate"
of his entire team throughout Ihfl
tour. Perhaps the most outstand-
dS;, -r- &-sL?&-r-taE
on its voyage.
Iiy Kenneth Ince who on Sund.y
Thi. "Cvril F Smith" smmIIu rnorning helped Barbados win lb*
TOMATOES 2-iy per lb.
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES
POTATO CUSPS
in scaled tins for (hat CockMil Party
ALMONDS (in Shells)
CIIOCO.MKLDrink straight from the canyou'll S
enjoy it.
Order these TODAY
ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD. \
HIGH STREET
'''''''''''''''''''SSS''"'''''^'*','.'.','.',','.'.',','.'.^',','.'.','.'.'.'.'.'^
s
omeone's
and St. Kitts. Tortola is 440 miles
from Barbados and 130 miles from
St. Kitts.
Mr. C. Mitchell, owner of the
Cyril I Smith/' came up from
St. Vincent to go into the matte.-.
the Hundri't sTgrdg and followed
this up by scoring two oals in the
liiial Test, when the Barbados posi-
tion was very critical,
Trinidadians Improved
| of the Ti:
he said that they were much im-
proved from their visit here last
Barbadian bovs ha.I lu t'mht har-i
lor each :.\ in thr
first and final '<
The floodlight matches were
vov succewfuj and the liKins
The held was
much the sume length as the one
THE St. Peter's Branch of the here, but It vide. This
Women's Social \\ i Barbadian
which has done some line m ici Ultomtd
in the past, is launching a drive to their much wider Held,
to Inerease its activities In the Water Polo among the ladies
parish. in u becom-
ing will be held in the ing very popular and it miarht l>e
St. Pater's parish room At S O'clock ^ranged that the next time
Welfare League
Holds Meeting
In SI. Peter
to-morrow evening
' there will \
l
The Wl
League in St
provided lunch I
children.
treat at the Almsln
Creche. It concerns itself
family welfare and civic
.'.((i here,
teem might i'lso be in-
cluded.
ogrinnme
.Id like to
: thanking
ht Club, its mem-
bers and the many Trinidad fam-
aaerfu] time then
I given himself and Ml men
itnd especially to those n
| JUST ARRIVED f'
> LATE FOR XMAS BIT >;
| ALWAYS WDCUfl
; nownlrrps S
Jv BU\CK MAGIC CHOCO- 01
a LATES in 4-lb. k 1-lb. X|
X tins and l*4-lb. Eoxn 91
Price 9c. $1.72 $3.49 8|
Callard & Bowsers Celebrat- V'
BUTTBRaCOTCH in Pack- V
ages and .. VI
Mm 21c. 34c. 4Sc. 7IH-. M
CADBURVS BOURNV1LLE
J. DAIRY MILK CHOCO-
LATE BISCUITS
Price $1.12 & $1.20 tin.
Cans CHEESE CRISPS
4/3 tin
Also
A beautiful assortment of
Fancy Biscuits in decorated
tins by Jacob. Crawford.
Huntley & Palmer and Peek
Fr.-an
Prices from $1.04 $2 31
S BRUCE WEATHERHIAI) |:
LID.
S HEAD Or lUIOAt) STREET AI
WIN WITH
SPALDING
0VEH 70 YEARS OF SPORT
A. G. SPALDING & BROS. LTD
It now seeks to ex. I to stay it
1 it is with tl
of soliciting suppo
ing its alms, that tomort
meeting is l>eing field.
First Crop
Canes Burnt

was destroye known odfLn brofe
Jlreh Plantation. St c,
about 8 15 p.m., on Monday.
The Mai
turned out and got the I
control before further damage
was done.
The canes, which are insured,
are the property ci (j B
the same plantation.
their homes.
They had won all their matches
night's Bad come nut tops in the aquatic
i'.s. It is hoped that a Trinidad
team will visit here later this
year or eaily in 1952.
tenon m>d Geoffrey Pot-
ter, were at Seawell
afternoon to welcome their team
ie, as well as many o
the team's relations and friends.
5 Schooners
Under Repair
FOUR of the live schooners in
the inner basin of the Careenage
yesterday were undergoing repaiis.
There were tl:>
Wolfe,*1 "Maiv V.
N. Jones" and "Marea Hi
The "Marion Ilellc Wolfe'* and
the "Mary M. I-ewis" were both
having repairs done to their star-
board. Sides and planks we.e
being laid down in some parts of
: iner's deck.
The "Marea Henrietta" was in
the "heave down berti.
its bottom repaired while minor
repairs were being done to the
"Molly N. Jones."
Both the "Marion Belle Wolfe1
and the "Mary M. I-ewis" run lo
British Guiana for supplies ol
rice, firewood and charcoal for
Barbados. The "Molly N. Jones"
a regular fruit vessel from Domi-
nica and the "Marea i
makes occasional calls here with
salt from St. Kitts.
House Marshal
Appointed
Mr. Qordoo Brathwaithe of
Bank Haii re i> appoint-
; Assembly to
Ml the vacant post of Marshal of
the House. There were four
r the po.,1 but the
n favour "f Brath-
i mi deter-
I by tha. majority vote of 11
to 7.
The proposal was made by Mr.
Adriana William* a milk vendor J. E T. Brancker, an
of Bridge Road, St. Hid Dr. H <; Cummlnt,
tined i to (- paid b) t ithl) The voUng i
Insulments of 1 per month or ... ., ... _
In default two months' in.pns... v' * Jm 'Mter.
In Mr. H. A. Talma -^app, Mr. Miller. Mr. Bryan. Mr
yesterday.
She waa found guilty of it-
fusing to sell SampliiiK Officer 1.
<; Hams milk from her i i
September IB.
Refused To Sell
Milk: lined U3
COS, Dr. C.iiiiinins, Mr. Adams
a*r. Branker.
Naea: Mr. Motticy. Mr. Gill
M>. Goddard. Mr. Bethel I. Mr. E
K Walcotl, Mr. Wilk,-
ltf nominees were Mr.
Rupert Sauirea, Mr Horace Bar-
ker and Mr. Walter Foster.
pneaJ ol Mr. Squires was
Ethcline Springer of New Bar- bv Mr (i II Adam seconded by
the nroposal of
5 and i Mr T. O. Bryan
or seven days' imprisonment i>> seconded by Mr F E Miller, and
Hil Worship Mr H A Talma for that of Mr. Foster by Mr. L E
keeping her premise; |Q a V Mr. D. A.
:
public.
Insanitary
The offeaaei was committed on
- '
20/- For Assault
A fine of 20/- and 3 costs
was imposed on Malvi:
of Belle Gully by h.
Mr H. A. Talma yesterday for
assaulting Irene Pucki
Haatgatt Hall on N
The '""" is to be paid in 14
In default on.
imprisonment.
Corn meal Arrives
THREE THOUSAND bags -J
' ..1 arrived
from Ni Monday
evening
Roamcr" called. From New
Orleans this vessel ete
hcadskins. bag of clay, lubncat-
ing oil and grot
On its way here the '
rnaiea and loaded
for this |"
cocoa po-A personal
maribo. Messrs Ro>rt Thom Ltd .
are local agents.
At the time of the voting there
were 18 members prese:
Th. Speaker.
Mr Squires got R votes as
i
Mr. Pothv i> as against
10 In Mr. Foster's case there
_ was a tic in the voting and The
. Sneaker had to make us,, nf the
casting vote. He voted with the
' Noes."
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We have them in black, white, red. Drown
grey, wine & navy. Some with shoulder
straps and some with the new wrist strap
style. _
Prices ranging from $4 * 4>0
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WEDNESDAY. J.-VNTAKY U, hj,,
PAC1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Trade Union Bill
Passed By Council
With Amendments
Exemption Of
."Sb* Fishing Equipment
to introduce legislation which
would make ptcxeung as peace-
ful a* possible rouia relusgf
vote for
Hon'ble F. C Hutson sa.a that | POUI GustOIllS I)ul>
after hear if si the Admit Colon-
ial Secretary he was convinced .*, ,n providing thai
that the amendment was not <,< fishing equipment con-.,
practicable. What he was sorry tne is.and may be exempted Horn
....end the Trado Union Act of 13 was p
,UUv Council yesterday with amendments As
Acting Colonial ^retaty mtimatrt il t*
K of the Council, he moved an amendment
?hich restrict, peaceful picketing to place, 0.
" lh" "?~J"* ^iS^^ptS bv aST. ttt the tot thin* they
a
ii should wear on amendment
right arm some distinguishing Evelyn it would mean t
I I Mr
about was that there could
no regulation wheteby pickets
should be chosen from the par-
ticular Industry or business at
which dispute was taking place
His reason for that was that a
striker would be interviewed by
workmen whom they knew That
would automatically have some
bearing on the question of num-
bers But he did not know that
it would be workable.
The Hon'ble Lord Bishop
lause 6
justoms duty, was passed i .
H jse of Assembly at their meet
nut yesterday.
ine Bill is to amend the Cus-
toms Tariff Act 1W1 so as B
tiled to the recommenrtauon of
the Fisheries Advisory Committee
that articles of fishing equlpmer.:
be exempt from customs auty.
These articles which are to be
added at the end of the Second
Schedule to the Principal Act are
Tuning bnes. deep sea line*.
Delay In Repairing
Damage By Floods
Allder Blames Government
i """ ""'* . J....__J ,^w_ ,, larlnrv nut more ** Wwawa mt me ic,,ia. .....I bearing the word "pfcket was *.""*'" "JI2S JuMU dleruaUoo as legigl.tion framed lo
.nn. amendment wi alaoearrred than 1 or five persona ould oe ^ emergency which might
6 which wai re-num- ,bl lo picket that iartorj. * . ^t hlch trVone hoped
:ion 6. sub-section i he undenrlood picketing, we wou,d n0, ,,.,
. It shall be lawn, practice of Unions was to send as yn,,, he bought would be of
. more persons acting o.i pickets a number which bore some btmM was no, trying to limit
ME O T AIXDEB (L) yesterday brought up for dis-
cussion after a motion for the adjournment of j^**";
of Assembly for Rve minutes, a case which ultf J?""
the August 31. 1949 flood. The roof of the Mount Tabo.
Boys' School had been blown off and it had not been re^
placed. Pupils were realising much inconvenience ana ne
wanted something done to improve the situaton.
Mr. Allder also told of the who h,d ^ered from
K^ivb SSrSS ttxsrzxttz
run hooks, seine twine (hemp and J> n!!'JZ^SLS^,T ernment to action,
hat if tbar.' "> < *> "> """< '""' cottonT^iininf rods, reel, and ow " ',KH?; !gil .; He hoped that parable mem-
He looked at the legislation under ir,inc,,| baits. ?: J' ^TJ,LtiitT of btra wou"1 be '"""V*^!? ,! !
"-"-"ii ., h move0 had he been told of the state ol which he had raised. at*- '
M' " '^.I..,,h.r affair, at the school, it would ha..- f" " JS_, hich
had to
the second reading
of the Bill, affairs
been remedied long ago and wi
2? r^, ?& ou7d Si*!
CKimts 111,., ... ------- lit 1. .4
i preciate the sincerity which had
"- ___._j u_ ;- mskini them
prompted him in ma^nf tfcam
and give the much needed aaasa
the House would Y - r~- , ravens- ana a>ve uie j.iu...
.ilUngly agree that all sorts of <> ">* ""l^"'?,,^ STS.- ance to the people..
. ^..------... ..,............ encouragement should be given to > clear in the matter. 1 . ,_
tbeir own behalf or on behalf of ^ijUon to the number of peopu ,h, numbers in a picket, but to ,, ln order that they may

i trade union or of an individual ^ ho were employed at the partlcu- ,*,
oi lirrr. in contempla- lar pi,,^^ (heir own behalf." As he saw
t.on or furtherance of a trade ,_,, them plctur crowd of the words were intended to mean >hf
dispute, to attend at or near a about t ,,, employees surg- that any sort of crowd could as- As lh >u j,CWi ...
-e where a ^raon ,nui , main entrance of a semble on a lawful basis, and he ^ ., dlMdvanUr.e bulltUng had I
" M.!2?VI? factory or a big oil reflnery There thought the phraseology was dan- m X)M ,, ,d , , up vrr, September^2.
would be no use in having three gerous. ___
' th*f. S"S J^ic uCc we,rw.nt.ng ,n the previous Act.
practice would be in a place like Hf w ,uaunt tha, ,n ieg.
that to have say 50 people as a U1|(jn o( ma, kmti especially at
picket. ,naI Mace, it was dllhcult to And
The Arting Colonial Secretary Kmhln, that was completely
continuing said that a Union might ^t^f.ctory and meet every pos-
imlet on their right arm have a strike on the wharf, lor slD|c ronur.,.
rd I' ket which example. In that case the deflnl- ....
hi legible characters." tion of "place" might be extremely Not In Agreement
7 was not amended but aifBcult. The Acting Colonial Secreta.y
some dlacussion. Returning io the question of said he did not agree with the
as foUows: numbers, he said that If there was Bishop's suggestion that the wor.ls
,,raon who, wtth a view nmslllr Ior picketing a .lore acting on weir own behalf- be
..> othe, person U ^ flcU> ^ouU , lhP deleted That would meani that
* ** K .nteres, oi tho who were picket- SOT*** to " !*''"" "
M attend merely foi
. pose of peacefully obttin-
-tforma-
illj pcrauadliiR
to work or ;>'
king.
2 "Persons sp*
:i accordance with the
. ig ub-section must when
r a distinguish band
4r W. A. Crawford (C) said
that he would associate
with the address of the member
who had just spoken. He had had
an occasion to investigate the Mt
Tabor School question and lie
knew the state of affairs as des-
cribed by ;he honourable memoer
who had just spoken were per-
fectly true.
rh other person ha;
ega
the strike was one by a union 01
postponed to treat the matter
|g> HIT lIMAUIiyin ia.a. >u *^~ 1...I,.
the nutntional standard of "> flood pertod. Mr.
n^iermcn Allder said. *e roof of the sch.i
building had been blown off. On
income, so to speak.
There was a small revenue ,_.-, #-,_,
which would be lost as a retull of Wd ** t "
the paaalng of the BlU-a sum in oVpartmtnt ent and look c o-
th.. vicinity of $3,000 per nrrorn, mates, ret nothing h"d been *
I.U1 he was eonlldent that lh. t" the roof of the building.
returns which they were UMj nisapuoinlfd
to get would compensate HI
loss. Ha had been somewhat disap-
Mi- then moved that the Bill be p^ted aj see when he
read u second time. j 1 -red auring tbl
Mr. F. L Walcott (L) seconded. t.
He said lhat as hon. memlier.
were aware, the price of fishing [f^
.leep 'a lines. Ilshing ilk .,,.,lin u, ,e parents ol flood affair, and the sth .
etc. had risen greaUy and COMe- me chnoren of Ihe Mount Tabor not ^"P"'^^""''0" !
quently li.hermen were finding ,1 ^nool und u,ey had aaked him 'upposed to be the pnmar> I
difficult to secure these things. l0 pul ta the House the suffering
He hoped that all honouralue wfucn lheir children were under- I
members would give the BUI their pg because of '
support, so that the nshermen lun|l|>>;
I
lt>
I")
eritage
He did not know if the paro-
chial authorities could be blamrd |
Public Works Department to l.ok for ,j,e delay of *.he roof bring
into the trouble. He was la.wr t b^jj on the building, bn
" knew that when all was said and
dots*, it was the central 0*
ment who was responsible R I
ting relief not having been given j
to those who had sustained dam- j
ages.
Govornment had coocentrtted
a greater degree of help to those
of the metropolitan area at the
expense of those of the rural It
the
..light get the benefit intended
Mr. K. II. Mottler IK)
the BUI should not be conrinci
lisheimen, because there were
lot of people in the island.
somebocjv's par-' to put the
in a serviceable condition. It was
Og not only to the parent.,
and their children who BW
hard hit. but also lo elementary
education In .he colon
Government, yet lhat
the damaite to wh.
..,,. 0 caused much rncon
school puoils. had not been repaired
Ciovernmenl Nejlimiil
It had to be borne in mind tha:
they did not have sufficient j
:.) Government should
IBl right to do or abrtaln fror "* ""' "* "^L'"'v>\ ',',: brwch ol a union.
ngfully and without > ,h*' u".pol,c*;. ki,,^l As he understood it. the words
was a crowd, would probably bo can, iaxM a ,,, by non-
there, could keep the crowd awav mml m.mBerl Th rolghl ,
ance to or inlimi- from the entrance and allow the a txnkc m a .store in which none
I ^ei son or |cketing to be done in an oi xnt employees were unionists.
.fc or lus children, or orderIv fashion according to the There might be a strike in a fae-
law. In nuch an event he saw ^ whcre only hall ol the n-
lU) foil a** no Hifficullles as regards numbers, ployees were unionists. Then
0 about from ,. ,nei.- was anower possibility that
llausc :\ (juiae tott* might be a strike in plate
my t>~la. clothM or As reg.ro. picketing, n. .,, whcre one se' ol .",- .
. property owned ^. r,*i even wiWout me pio)tcs were tlnslng for one rea- actually fishermen, but owners ..i A (ew ^
I such other person, legislation cnuinea in clauses 0 ^^ ^d another sel lor another fishing boats who got llshernun Krced thul
: ves him of or hind- anu i of We cull, were was utlsa reason. to work Ihem. He would like t- jjjjj
r in the use thereof; jn tne present law or me to.union Mr. Evelyn said that the Acting know what would be the Position attached. If
or law to slay it. Tnose ci.u-es :. coloi.ial Secretary was saying Uiat of these owner, as reference I ,:ne addi- no ,mpari,i,i investigator could not
Ma or besets tin house ,nlIoaucR1 M to act out actual tne Trade Union would uo so and only been made to llsnermen ... onjl srcll0n wls blown off bul castigate the Government for
P'*c' wb*'c ",c" limits ana to act as a gu.ae to ,. if there was no regulation such. ..... ... adequacy that
PW*?2 ^Sf?, l.aaetnions, employee, and en- thei were nc!t bound lo uo 11. Mr. O. r. Allder it I .u hj lni.d lo ,e,.. .
"Z ,n h.^ the pwyer. generally. So far a. the difficulty of de- ",'"'' X^'hlr ,1 . ',"""'' '""'
RgVtlt --" -"to .SS tobUh.4niuu;o cYea'r :. b- U to. to-
uuSeor oh-J U Chandler see that il v said was if the relief uilci Vnulhvr Case
. fil?w. such oil ..... >"- **" CotaU " "dU"i ",h"i WM be given io IWiennen was t, A""""
or more other Secretary. arguments as argu- p,.,eiul and what was not. Some- ,,,,,, 1o ,hoJe persons who
a dlorderl> nunu tor encouraging warfare." one had to decide those thing*. w.nI >boul ^ harbour in Iheil ....
anner in or through any The Acting Colonial So. i- repeated lu argumenu in luxurv yachts fishing.
,treel or road, ,y .,,|IUI1' u ta.our of limiting the number of Mr' 9X ,lj ^4 mat as bad aji laoourer
it had been be mindful of the MgponalbUit)
hool building .hus moro heavily Imposed upon
them by keeping those they had
mdtr repair He felt that
YOUR baby is entitled to have the best possible ,,,
in life, foe on this will greatly depend his future ntll.
being. For this reason vou will know how important It
i, that vour hahv sh.mlj he fed from the breast.
Breast mills i" 'he con.l.lM.cl to .uil Ihei. J.lic.1. .iite.ti..n. ...J to pio.id. ll.
,,,e demem. required to en.ur. heallh. ...h .r,J devdop
Be guided hv the eaperincc of N.ir... .nd oth.^ who maf,
the value of Ov.lrinc 10 espect.nl mothers. Taken befora mt
.fter b.bv come., delicious Ov.liioe '. owing 10 it. r.uorailNanl
..m..u p,,.,..,,,,... .OM.i.lau- I.C..U00 and Ihu. help. ,ou.
rick and ^mple -uppls ' tWl >
In litioa Ovailine .upplie- ihe lorm of concentraled tag
halariceJ nouri.ho.enl which Joe. much to mainlain the imonW!
.ireniith .n.i sit.lilv daring the n.ir.ing pertod.
Ovaltine
Enables Mothers to Breast Feed their Baka
. 4 at"tghl tins b\' all Chtmnts and Storm. P.C.W
is\i'. i>n. >'* ^'t vtMfxotfm&wmm
Tho
oooo OQu 111 nwjoottooor^so.
panOM
picket should be com- ^en set out in the Bill. 11
'.Hence pun- normal practice ln psciwtinj.
ling Here tiM-Acung Colonul aecrc- p^ged. would be added to the Sfvona ftad ionf> .
sv hundu-i dol*n or with im- ury rose on a point ol explanaUon Hun ble G U. L Pile said he was Schedule lo the Principal Act
1th or *.thout tvard -nd said Mr. Chandler .had in favour of Mr. Evelyn's amend- certain articles which would he hous- blowa aown. TM bcosten lo ^^ lht reponsibilitv '
f..r j u-rrn not exceeding misunderstood him When h mMli, and also in favour of what brought in duty free. The I remained arour d lor a short Q0Tl^/ ,uId have told
; takin* to be derived apphed to anyb
its negll|
.
:. lacking and it waj
hardly commendable to think that I
-me had to urge Guw

Mr. Adama rd of Mt,
Tabor Boys' School or
Ltd have imagined that if
tb honourable senior member for
St John had Taken his responsi-
bility as seriously as he seemed
fools tar the Job I!
WE HAVE A SELECTION OF
CARPENTERS' TOOLS
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lQC(jrpUOlBBl
UN
1C 4 11 Roebuck Street
"
! 50 uersoiis tne mJiop had Mid about
n a picket, it was an example of out the words acting on their
an extreme case. That was why uWn behalf."
m> had talked about a factory The Acting Colonial Sft
with a thousand or more em- said (hat UN bad
ployew. token all those points into consid-
' If the hon'hlaj ma-moor's argu- .ration There would be caaaa in
'nentJ are correct". Mr. Chandler winch one division of a Union
ktt him be honest ana move went on strike, but there would
Uktt the word 'peaceful" where- also be cases in which other
f- us in this bill be de- \ on a sympj'.liy
leted." .strike In that last case r
Mr. chandler then cited the ex- be Xht strike sUged by th.- I
ample of Jamaica on the occasions us wriole and not just by one
Iwa Unions, there clngfe- ,uvlsion.
aid when, he said, sticks and Th(, Bikhop relad that if
uld not be inu- tunes were used. There was legislation of that kind
undated i ** anything but peaceful picketing lhrough they should put the re-
',jn a man l>etween those two Unions It was #ponsibillty for picketing et-
people ol In about the n
UII The Same
.loetation was resun.-1
- i asion seeking 10
nunta
rm part of a pkket.
i ranged his mind
Mt that if Dick;
.fibers were allowed. It
In the nature of intniii-
. r than peaceful
In him reasonable
Ol ->: "' '1 I :
Mr. W. W. Beeee (E) agr
with the explanation. .On^-ij'j w ba ,he question to
thfl honourable
other hand, however, he -
not for the life of him, ho
memoer in ought
him it would

i dated when he
bag vote, say in
hlecuens. In his
warfare, and nothing else
t elyn had moved
amendment, which if It did not
Dm point of view of a effect all that he hoped, would
uid__be aUn lftow that they were puttnm

I !,-w men The
; hought
DO
the Statute Book somethini.
hich would show the.
someone. He would
responsibility placed on the Trade
Union or the employer
Arguments Repealed
. ii on tha Hill
nirnts in favour of ttieir particular
on lb. last :orupe.ee7ul"plck.n, lledid >~<> ""'" *
_.. ... ... ,,-t. .I.,., lh,, 10CII
-:.g the same motion faVour of peaceful picketing and
had -
, , not think It was right lhat they
, 'eniliTta..^ "'Ch ""
:^L AC*. C4on..| '"' '
lid not agree
ne last meeting l
hod Mod la tind out

,.nd also the M
i rful picketing
.

and in almost
I i.dment
I M Ev< lyn Their
, was. "It shall be
for u. .. >wona, but not
more than three, at at.
^nd at ony one time
Meoniim Strainod
.
t nfldatntOOd tliat
rOST) great atn
Ml upon the Law ii.
... H . -
. ihe law was broken.
. understood, for example.
Act. and he was MtaMflnaj
I

tr> vaa
..t Act
Hi, Acting l
.as not aware thai tit,
.luputes i
Jamaica had arisen out u ptesWt-
in| He -
: arisen out of gosaoraj
Ui.sagreeriwnl between the two
l iiii.iu. , a>
II. |ii.....Slrikes
lOll knew ln-
l>eaceful plcketum He did
-. MUtl Ml
said lhat they would contin-
ue all night without ,
. and added that that was
MTfl reason why thev
should refer lo clauses 0 and to a
Beted <'iiniiuer Me made a
. Bed and Di si
:i lid not see-
tee how it made any differ.-1
T a nsh was caught
someone on a luxury yacht
fishing boat. That was no I
ment at all.
The Bill was then passed
Clerk (if House
Granted Six
Mouihs' Leave
Mr d t. lavjotn
of Assembly
six months' leave t
yesterday 00 account of
.arts from IBM I
nig of the House
Appointea tO a-"
'lor ine period was the i
Clerk Mr. H. L. Thomas
Mr. D. A. Baniiek;
ed to art ag IX-puty Clerk l
itting.
Uttbv Diverts Pbme
LONDON. Jan I
Leas than two horn
lUl plane llying from Bremen lo N
not
help, and l>i si John pok
rotorrini the clauses to
the coin:
h aitl Boi n *
inuved thai th. I
lourond '"' U ininutOi and this
was roaolvi
On rosumption Mr I'..
od an amendmi
,.!,i,h would have the effect
making people in n
appointed by a Trade
individual mplojrw Mi
think that it should be allowed at nutson se.
JL Hou ble Mr HutOOn had da- ^jt Evelyn's motion ,ekiii :
plored the bad lhat there wt* limit the composition of a picke'
York was diverted 10 Lon.lt
Airport, one of the paiacnge '
Mrs Rena Adlear. S1*7M-
Fohsh woman gave birth to |
gnl in Hillington Hospital. Mid-
dlesex,
A doctor and an .
had stood by at the A-.rpon In
response to a radio mes*...
.. f the pilot of the plane
puket pofton urgent permlsalon to land.
cuter
trikes The right place to settle
I.. arounu a table wilh
l won not lieatc.i t"'.-
by physical contact w itn
mat .he meaning of "any one their opinions The accounts thai
i i MM read ol labour disputes in
thor countries did tk
pie at each ) sjwtotsl lo have tn nw
' did ine-auras intioducod hare.
The
on. let them have
in? other words in II Bios left him
U i tea absolutely cold He did not agree
Ine*." If they aak nth the argument laot
MbOTt he .arned OD if they .lid not legalise peaceful
. >rked. he would picketing they might find th."i-
, n an who stands selves unable to prevent N
I .* boiler at such and Their hajsincs* was to kogdalato business and which
: .i tha bonoftt ol the community
eso was such and He might be wrong, said Mi
and such Plte. but he utterly fulled to ate
i.ow any member w!hc. -
to not more than five was put lo
the nega-
tive by a 46 division Voting;
was as follows
Ayes: Hon'bles Mr Bvi
Hanschell. Mr Pile and Mt
Chandler
Naoa: Hon ble* Pr Masstah. Mi
ire. muoducoo ""'.., Hul$on. the B
Motion Carried
Tlie motion ol ".but '
Presidential
I lection ttwfc
IlKl.N.NK '
1'relmunaiy mm \ -itial result-
lo-mght at the end of Plniand'l
two-day PtlaHi I
for the partial
Bipnortat| the r> ihicUon of I*-
vear-old President .luso Paasikivi
light roCugaj - -'
little "\4 by 8" hota*
making up a total number M '-*
persons. Four or
nad been hurrlcoi
could not but vivioly in
inconvenience -nd lack ol pnvacv
.vhich would accrue tt-.1.'.
,/eoplo heapva m a liUU
woman had been given 32 in
ooard. aii :.ount any-
nome. She WO*
ili in .. Md plight foi
i>een given no uprights and no
work c".:
Faltr) Sums
0| ihing for any
: to go to th Q
tha melting of
licult lor people to be
The way in which the flood
victim! had been handleo
mm the impression that
ible lor giving help lo the
then lacked business tech
It was five mori"
'louses had been damaged ( i
louses that were not damaged had
removed at a Md afMoh far
'surpassed the amount needed to
repair those houses to a
N
out that Hat if trouble.-
I id nun.
trouble iho tn handle.)
In a more minute manner
Held R*pw.MMe
"Everybody." Mr. \IWer Mid,
l-oliit lheir bond
hold me responsible for the things
that have not yet been remedieo
They km
! ha\-e little IWOJ m this matter'
Hurricane Relief Committees
had gone into a bungle chiefly be-
u were 00 representa-
Uh people to help make

I
nd that was wh
have been set right in
and quicker manner.
The honourable menu i
to oversight the fad that of all
the help given to Uk-
;i gainst the damage i
Aiagud 31. St. John had
attention.
Hi would not go fully into 'he
matter then as v
but he Intended
Government's position In the af-
fair and he begged that ihe motion
be ;.ostponed.
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mm
Hastings. Barbados
lllgb Class Cuisine.
Comfortable Bed..
full) Slocked Bar
RATES:
$5.00 per day up
(Inclusive)
\ual-
iiimiii;
INC. IN B.C.
COINTIMJES
UPHOLD
TO
THF, TRADITIONS OF
FINE TAILORING
To-dav. as ever before - -
FUCARTV'S is in the lead with
up-to-the-minute Styling for
Men's Suits.
High quality Workmanship and
attention lu details carried to
perfection.
ORDER VOIR NEXT SUIT
NOW!
We have the I incsi Selection of
Suilings in Stock.
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lo the effect lhat people picket'
nig should carry on tlv "ght arm
put and carried ^ j, j. ^^ oaased after j
Mr PH. .ben mw moliun ^ J^^x ^^j
liu
WITH AN
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EXTRA RUGGEDNESS
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Glands Made Young
In 24 Hours
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They're all fixed t
l-'ixed prices! And identical parts! That's what you
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"I them is made from high quality
bat Uata of precision mg|llli ula% and
Checked and nggntffrliuUJ for accuracy. We, is
epena, know that only a genuine Ford
.-factory job in a 1-ord That i-
*hy e jlways lit iheman essential salcguard
jl mot ..ring.
tadaGiie
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or 1.0 t MM largjgj Htt>lli in y ..11
o -at a uai> B' C.-IB1I. O id go
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(planting Of Trees
fo Be Encouraged
he encouragement of the
i nn2 ano cultivation of trees in the island, was passed
r"Tru0use "t -> '"* yesterday.
< Ileasons ol Iho an proprrlr spared and are Mini
PiiSout "' i" "" "l"r; rl"_l in accordance with Ihr
IfSLrnruttcc ' Seasonal Un- rule, and praetlres of (ood arborl-
i-ullure and lhal the are* si |ss*|
|r*_r it was recommended on uhlch the, re irowlnc Is not
' *'Preserving ol Trees leas than half an acre.
* ,Sr aMiU "' anwnded =o Clause 5 makes provision for a
<:'"':' iiemenl further payment known as a
""Linns anil cultivation ol subsidy payment of cenu lor
rT*e Wand- ''<' newly planted tree. Unlike
- -g the implications the tax contribution payment
an annual recurring
the subsidy pay-
payable only once
.- at the end of the
that the financial _rcs,onsi- year following the accounting y. r

" flight 01 the Maude payment.
kLh do l-0**1 Government ment is
* recommended In para, and that
HtiTthat the flnancla
*L imposed by the Prescrva- in which the tree was planted.
3 Tiers Act, 1907. should bo The clause contains a proviso that
mrT.i from the Vestries to payments shall not be made unless
Public Treasury*, it is con- the Director certifies that the new
-id that the objects which the trees are satisfactorily established.
jjrL had "n min<1 Wl11 ** Clause fl deals with the method
fTdileved by new legislation of making application for tax.
the hnes of this Bill rather contribution and subsidy payments
bv jne'din* ,h< "^ting law and clause 7 provides that these
ILnbjeci. payments are to be made out of
' Trees Defined the Public Treasury on the war-
t* * n denies approved trees rant of the Governor-in-Executive
u mihoganv and casuarlna Committee.
'TSwi sucn other species of Power is given to the Director
uihe Dirt'ctor of Apiculture of Agriculture by Clause 8 to in-
. ire sped land on which approved trees
mroved irees and also de- ;""<' growing and Clause 9 provides
? "attsuntmi, v('ar as ^'"B lhal approved trees shall not be
rive month period ending on cut down except under a license
Airtr first day of March Issued by the Director which may
Cnaloni provision in Clause be granted on such conditions as
SrtLw Director of Aurictilture he may prescribe. The penalty
i nora! tluty of for obstructing the Director in the
the interests of tree exercise of his powers under
the BUI provides in Clause 8 or for a breach of Clause
of land
tutting
Uvstion-
_, 4 that every owr
^rfitr^ of approved specie*
,rW\n *ha" he entitled u.
te ut annual payment, called
icMtnbution payment, euual
*e riouiii ti ownership mil
**.. taxes payable in respect
ft* land on which the tree* are
.iu provided the Director or
jihit eerHfrM that the trees
$50 for the first offence and
$100 for a subsequent offence
Clause 10 gives the Director of
Agriculture power by order to add
lo or delete any particular species
of tree from the definition of ap-
proved trees. Clause 11 repcnU
the Preservation of T:
1907. an' Clause 12 nrovides for
the commencement of the Act
Naturalization Act
Amended By House
BUI to "
^Act. '."' by tiio
k of A nmbly yet b
G. H Adams l
of the Bill said
time to make the amend-
object ol this Bill
carte;: -n eon-
Boa with the Inition of
tBship '
with
bt the United Kingdom.
elTe*" Of
.ma <
Be 2 Is that Jill '*
ltflstratioii
Kingdom
in
-< i'
iblir ire ab i

hfaardgrapti (c) of clause
:. f.r
ttmjy. th- Ui it'
Colortit
^^Hbildrcn who
a\ subjects hi citizens ol the
Republic by reducing the
fcfregistiatu.il iii such cases
IB) to $2.50. Tin- opportunity
been taken ipb (n .
tsust 2 to i irinling
In the pn ous schedule,
Influx Problem
fcO. T. AUdrr I
look i'
PUH-.-.I ;
H*n, 'u
in the island. He thought
pprounate ih.it he to
irtaiuly to draw alter
treat .. .
wstitig in 'no colonythe
Be people, colh from neigh-
ir,s n further
' ime here without
any difficulty and remained in the
island. They contributed but lit-
tle to its well being, but congested
sol up to be rented
about ttu city and had the ten-
dency more to break down the
moral constitution of the colony
than to ssas* In building it up.
noticed tli;.t Iinrba itans
could not B0 to other West Indian
rfthout i;omg through the
regular routine of paying down
iiisfv the authori-
ng--.
He would warn Government ol
the threatening danger as a result
of i>eople coming to the colony.
He icWnd members to take a step
Into the problem then before it gut
worse and uncontrollable. Some
people were occupying
business houses a-out the city and
employed natives at low wages.
They had t<> l>e interested in the
treatment given to llarbadians and
anything that would affect them.
These people added little to the
island, but left anytime the> wish-
ed with thail hoaV) earns.
Not Quite Fitting
Mr. W. A. cmwford K .
that .some of the remarks of tiic
Ifenber (or St. John
were not quite fitting to the mat-
ter under discussion, ll was not
the very wisest of proposals one
could make if one brought up
ucfa a suggestion as mifcilH
harsher restrictions against the
coming in of strangers. For one
to introduce such a measure, one
would surely have iorgottcn thl l
the salvation of the people ->1
Barbados depended to a large ex-
tent on an outlet for the people.
nil ill afford to talk about
keeping strangers from within
their ,:..'
While every-
one is talking
about the turn
of the 20th cen-
tury 1 have a
problem of my
own. and that is
the progress of
gangster aged
two and a half.
This Juvenile
delinquent, this
enemy of society
that 1 harbour
at home, has en-
tered a new
phase of his
career down the
slippery slope.
He has given up
toy snatching
and other crimes
of violence and
taken to the con-
fidence trick.
S i x months
ago he was sim-
p 1 y a muscle
man with a Bow-
ery accent that
no one could un- SMASHER WICKSTEED
derstand. When f>/am a miA
people opposed .
bin or misunderstood what he DannR Plan
aid he (lew in a rage and beat THE IIOI'SK iletectivi
them up. charmed as everyone else.
But that's all small stuff io completely deceive.), relaxed their
him now, and he is launching out watch, and the stage was set for
H a society crook, a cherubic, part two of the plan. This was
Hatlles who enraptures nil
tims l>efore robbing them.
J i'e's old*
tanf
ten the
Emperor's Son Marries
Belgian Princess
I'.. BELGIUM, Jan. 17.
lUs' 'i Hti|>sburtf. aged 31. son of Charles, the
titipemr ..I Austria and Princess Yolandc De Llgne,
> * [>nd carpet 880 vards long to their
^"2^''( nony here today.
!'. ;,.., un, .,,i landing before an altar
K,f m*d with the arm;, ol ., lamtt)
ass^aibasudo, to In,,,. ;\M:,...... IX- Lignc,
*"'' ..s a General under
li.ni. VIII ol Rutland, Cardinal
\ an Roq later eonducted the re-
ligious ceremony.
The old chapel was too small
., '""' >' to accommodate the 100 guests
JsJ, VI?."1'1""'1 :'s"' "'' chosao from the 2.000 members of
,' the Hapsburg and IX- Ligne fam-
i.i "if'f' led '" ""' U*,
f alke.i down ihc red Huge arc lights specially ...
liny village hall, Mailed In the chapel for newsreel
cameramen, glittered on the wide
Ct>',IAl1- nil tiara ot the bride.
Paaddlriff ^__ H'r wedding dress and train c
kiSS?*' '" old Paris lace, embroidered I
nakan oi
^^2.,.*'"'' .....Icons Empirewas can-lei
ssCff..,,',! "c,'rs- '"""' "' to and from the village hall by 6
Un etad page toys and ,
Morning Dress
The bridOaTOOn won morning
the arm of his drc^- Four tta** flew over lhe
...i,p. Uethe De Ugne (red low
p black mouminc i lot he s,i"1dard)t the Belgian Flag, thf
Pe Empcroi. ^ed. white, and green flag of Hun-
t g'ir.v, and the Austrian flad
''her FJiee Home luded the Princess of
Lieehtcnstien and her Prince Con-
vautcd with he) ' Prince Jtavier of Bourbon,
ma from ''anna Xnvier of Bourbon (brother
.is daugii:. Kmpr'ss Zita) and his wife
ran P< taceei Magdalena. Crown Prince
D i Luxembourg, and Prince
*~met thi u i.is of Bourbon and his wife
tiaughter of the
C D| Kni.imiel of Italy.
r< :i Belgian detectives, who
of Eu;
the ,
hi ,
"to cv, '
Lb
ii
tllC

I been on duty since Saturday
because of lhe huge value of the
C tied by guesU. con-
tanT
-
aa
wed to patrol the grounds as,
fternoon. tcort
to celebrate in the old
ed castleBeater
PAUL MUL1JER, 63, a German research chemist,
i ;n aareh ot "peace and security iu their
County. Wesford, Hire. Th. ed into
by heavy seas for four days. This was the,
burg early in November with a compa.v
Kilmore they ;trc en route to Cork to make final
to Brazil. Fishermen .it Kilmore said the-.
America alive, especially at this lime of
sector of Berlin and hope to join them in South
and his daughter A^a. 18, who II* trying
16 ft. sailing boat Berlin after leaving Kilmore
re harbour by fishermen after being swept
time they have been rescued since leaving Ham-
school atlas as their only navigational aids. From
Piepnrations for crossing the Atlantic via Madeira
hi the Midlers had little chance of reaching South
Mrs. Muller and a son are still living in the Soviet
America.Express.
My Gangster Son Strikes Again!
II* HVriBIiril 1\ irksli-iil
nd M
as simple ns it was darini.. He
went roUXid the room oponly with
a shopping basket and pinched
Crook's Dream everything in sight.
The grown-ups were so engross-
GULLIBLE wa M- ed in themselves, and the other
vourite prey. When aunts anJ children so busy hunting slippera
others take him 00 their knee, |Q .(ml nuiiible;-, that lie I 'leaned
coddle he doeant hick them In the Ui, without anyone noticing, and
mure or ti v to OVOitC I lri;Kie his getaway on a lirst tri-
ihiii his out. evcle.
He allows them to pet him bo- jjy the time the hue and cry
USB, while they are doing it he wetl( up he'd cached his swag In
can rob their handbags and ra- ixing once
move their jewels. innocently and empty-
With the house full of gues'.s handed, with the guests.
and relations at Christmas he Qn Boxing Bay he used an
made some wondetful ham,. acoompUoa for one of his jobs.
Boxes of chocolates, gold ctgar-l ]]e couldn't reach the natalOB Of
ette cases and parcels ol presents ri^ turkey on the table N ho
lay around all over the place, it lifted the cat up to get some of
was a perfect set-up, roaster it for him> Whetl lr,e four-legged
crook's dream, and nothing wu dupe jumped down with a drum-
missed by his nimble tingeis. stick he took it from her mouth
Each "job" was planned with and didn't even give her a share,
cunning and skill. The first thin;: Women, who love to think they
a crook lias to do at a party is are reforming a crook, iire coo-
to create confidence, and bt di I -tantly covering up his crimes.
this by moving about among the He leaves his fingerprints all
guests making small-talk about over the housein strawberry
pussy cats and bow-wows. Jam or treacle usuallyand In-
stead of preserving them for the
polico these women &o round
removing the evidence with damp
cloth-;.
Crape-Lifter
AT NIGHT they give him
sweets and tell him th be good,
and he looks back at them like
a blonde angel who couldn't no
wrong. Yet ail the time, hidden
under the blankets of the cot, he
has a regular arsenal and burglar's
outfit consisting of torches, plastic
guns, water pistols, wigs and
false noses.
lies already teaching himself
to pick locks. If he could write
I'm sure he'd forge cheques, and
his knowledge of blackmailing
methods is frightening.
We might be able to hush all
this up if he would confine his
criminal activities to the house,
but recently he has taken to shop-
lifting. The greengrocer ll thl
principal victim and grai i
speciality.
There isn't a grape-lifter in lhe
neighbourhood to toueli htm. ttil
technique is lo wait till his
mother has engaged lhe green-
grocer in conversation and then
to knock off B grape from the
front of the shop.
Lesser fry of lhe underworld
would bolt with Iheir swan, but
not this boy. He strolls ml .,- A
nothing had happened, and by
the time his absence If
grape is safely inside, skin and
all.
Man-Traps
1 USED to think my elder l-oy
had a promiiiu; career in crime
ahead of him, but be*)
absolute i. | Mi little
brother, who won't even stop at
murder.
His first efforts li honueuiei
were crude. He tried to bash
people's skulls in with hammers.
Then he took to lattlDj] man-
traps at the top of the stairs. The
idea was that after tripping up
you'd fall downstairs and break
your neck.
But now he has a much bet lei
system. Hi ps in the
kitchen or somewhere else arhert
people are at work, turns on the
gas taps, and silently creeps out
again,.
I suppose there's one thing to
be thunkful for. By law they
can't hang him until he's 18.
Scutr Treaty-
Disclosed
LONDON, Jan. 17.
The Foreign Mini i
Ki.ime, The United States, and
Britain made an agreement on
the Saar in Paris last November,
which has never been published,
a British Foreign Office spokes-
man disclosed here to-day.
As he was speaking for only
one of the three Government-,
concerned, he said, he did not
feel at liberty to make any pro-
nouncement on this agreement.
In usually reliable quarters here,
the agreemeni was believed to Ot
that the Saar should come into
the Council of F.urope this sum-
mer as an Associate Member.
The spokesman also disclosed
I German Chancelloi,
Konrad Adenauer, had recently
approached the three Allied High
Commissioners on the q <
West Germain's Milltai
ity.
He said that no German roquatl
had been made at a Government
level, nor as far M he knew, had
any formal request been made to
the High Commissi-mei
The spokesman declined to
comment in details on lhe Mattel
between Dr. Adenauer and the
High Commissioners, on the
ground thai the Hitdi Coii.mis-
sioners had their own spokesman
in Bonn. In answer to a question,
he said that the matter as brought
up by Adenauer had not been
referred back for a decision from
the three iillicil pi
The spokesman to-day reiterat-
ed the British Go.
cial point of view. He laid that
while Allied Occupation troopl
remained in Western <
daring at present
anv moi lantee.
(abater.)
Resolution Vetoed
By Russia
1.AKR SUCCKSS, .tan. 17.
The Security1 Council tuday
took up the General Assembly
resolution concerning the regu-
lation and reduction i
Uonal armaments and armed
forces which appcoved
censu>.
This had been voted earlier
by Russia.
The a Dirnendad
that dispite the lack of agreement
between thf. Big 1' -
Census Plan should at
in the Conventional Armaments
Commission in order
such progress as may be pos-
sible "Renter
Finland Replies To
Soviet Request
HELSINKI, Jan. 17.
The Finnish Government to-day
formulated its reply to the Soviet
memorandum demanding the cx-
tradltten of 300 war criminals in
accordance with the Peace Ti
Finland's reply Is to leave by
special courier for Moscow to-
morrow, and will be handed to
the Russian Government by Fin-
land's Minister in MOSCOW, Mr.
(lay Sundstroem on Saturday.
in her repij, Finland says that
i;he has taken all tne measures a
sovereign State can by virtue of
her constitution, international law
and the Peace Treaty. Usually
well-informed diplomatic sources
here interpret Finland's reply as
n polite rejection ot Russia's
memorandum.
Relating in detail the enquiry
by the Ministry of the [ntanOf
into Russia's demand, the reply-
says that the list ot 56 persons
ad of particularly grave
against the Soviet Union,
contains the same name twice.
Sixteen of these persons have
ran at been mentioned as war
'Is hi earlier Russian com-
munications to Finland OH extra-
ditloa, the reply adds.
<>f these 16, six are under
there, live have disappear-
ed, 'our have left the country, and
one is dead.
Some of the listed persons,
whose extradition Russia demands
were handed over to her before
her memorandum was deii.
Finally, the reply explains, 39
of the persons Russia wants ex-
d were vainly searched for
by the Communist dominated
nment ruling Fin-
land until the Parliamentary
Ion in 1948.
Soviet Russia Is expected to
send a new memorandum insirt-
ing on the raet thai th.
editions
she demands, but Finland may
out ihat Soviet Russia Is
still holding about 2.000 Finnish
war prisoners in breach of the
ill] weJMaftamod
diplomatic sources said.
healer.
Oik Steady
LONDON. Jan. 17.
There was a changed sentiment
in the gilted edged section of the
London Stock Exchange to-day.
Buying orders in medium tnd
long dated issues created gains of
!i lo *ii per cent.
In other sections the .mount
ended on a quiet note. With
prices mixed leading industrials
were uncertain and showed small
losses and gains in most groups.
PObaCI 0 'haies u.i. p.ntu :-
larly dull market.
Leeding oils were steady. Very
little interest was shov n in these
issues apart from ultramars which
moved up to nine shillings.
There was a fair amount of
preliminary carry over business
in domesUc issues but this pro-
ceeded smoothly and presented
new difficulties European bonds
were maintained. Japanese issues
moved fractionally Ufhcr. Among
rails La Guaira Ordinary eased
to around 74 on the company
statement regarding progress of
negotiations for sale of under-
i-king.
Cape advices showed higher
levels at Johannesburg for select-
ed Free Staler*. This gave the
I/>ndon Market ilrm tone al-
though Una) prices wer-
under the bcst.Reuter.
Eva Feron
Well Again
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 17.
Throughout Ars-vnlina. hjltiri*
brlwrrn 8 arid 6.10 lo.i
was "Ihankstfvini" for th* re-
covery of Senora Eva Ppron from
a recent appenucctonomy. Mean-
while the latest official bulletin
says Ihat she has now almost fully
recovered and is now engaged In
lhe task of answering messages
from all parts of Argentina and
abroad.r
Messages Of
*>iii|jathv
LONDON, Jan. 17.
tance Italv
and Portugal, M. Vincent Auricj.
Signor Luigi Einaudl
shal Oscar Antonio, have sent
message* of sympathy u. Kiog
George VI on the loss of the sub-
Tniculent".
. Reulrr.
East Coust Uoad
Mr. I). A. loafer tabled the fol-
lowing question in the House of
Assembly yesterday: -
What is the delay of 11
of the East Coast Road for which
the sum of seven thousand dollars
am BaaveB i,. nge Boom '
Will Government lake the ne-
cessary steps to have this rosd
surveyed, wlih the view of start-
ing the construction of it, which
is urgently needed by the pari.h-
ioners of Si, Andrew, and ibe
Island at a whole?
In The Legislature
Yesterday
COUNCIL
AIb HMM] u,. f0|tow _
BUI to mi* Ih4, -r.^ v
< ISM. Bill to .uUwSTlh,
..mg.ru, the rYadc Act nr <4i)
'/'".";-----------' "".....< ii-2
i. T i. *""~ SlJass.
uTZZL. J?!*' <*." ciiui.ii
,-~* a. to*n for oi. puiviuik as.
HOUSE
sJSL9 "5 "s " *~"t >
2.,,'k, "!'"" IMormins III.
Mon.UT.bl. ih. Mou ol Ambl..
in. Hunmnbto in. Houw 1 aS
2 ",UJ " "" U~.n.bS VSm-
^rxit> ..I siatr lor the Colonm
Houm be informed Out hc h*. r-
maal in* view, c-apmeed.
Si.iement ol Pott ofllce Advance,
tne joth November. 1MB.
Keport <,i the Comptroller of Cu-
ii.nu on tne Cmtonii Revenue. Trade
"* ***"" " >Und for the
The folWuini Notice* were Biv,n
Df. Cummin.. KeeolulUm to plg-e
he ,um ol M.JOO .1 the dupoUl ol
' -or-in-Exetullve Committe.-
lo guppknient the Enpenditure Kilt-
rruilea lt-M. p, |, Current SS-
male*, a* -Howii iti the SuppleiitrnUfv
"l"l Jll l*S-. No. , which
fen lhe BstMeaai lO ihi. rev>lution
Mr. Adam. He*olution lo place
i ..- ran oi u.om .i the dip.,i ,,i
i-iii-rxecutivp niinnuiliT
to Mipptemem the Expenditure Eiti-
male.. liWBV-M. p.r, ,. Cutnw fa.
tUnatant, u ahown in the S u pole men t -
Mm IMS-.SO, No 19, wh,c
form the schedule to'the leaolution.
Mr. D. A. Koater tabled m quetUon
relative to the delay ol the .ucycv
M the Eait Coaal lload.
The Hou-e paaaed the followlru,;-
ii,.- ..i-p^inimcnt of a Manhal of
" ol Assembly.
* "'" '" saaaag the Cuxoma Tune
A Bill few Btassotata the culuva-
uon ..i iree.. and for purpoae* In
conneeno,. therewith.
A Hill to antrnd (be Naturalira-
IIM An. 1915
dM-ui*ed and po.tponed
.. motion by Mr O. T. Allder that
v'.'!"f'ihl"a ".ho,"d >* *">* ""^t "
Mt. Tab.>r Moy* School, lhe rool oi
*..irli had been blown oft*.
The ||,lue hettan dlneutelon on rr-
B^MUaa hy Mi. T. Q Bryan
m ihc medical service fivrn
-( the I'ri-.m h, warder* and pria^n-
m. The ileUiie pc-tponed.
Tne House adjourned to TnaaQaj
neM at J 00 oVUx-fc. ^^
Wlmt Is Wrong
At The Prison?
The House of Assembly yester
day besan conaideralion of repli-.
ns asked by Mr. T. O
Bryaa (I.) as to whether thl
Medical Ofllcer of the prison wi
(iouij. hd duties in an efflcie...
nuiniur. Discussion on the mat-
ter was postponed.
The questions were:
11) Is there a rule reguls .in'
the visits to be paid to the prison
l>y the present Medical Officer:
12) If the answer is in th*
.'iftlrmative, will the Governnwit
idease state the ml.
(3) Is it a fact that (ho
Medical Officer of the ptfttpl
does not visit in accordance
with the stipulations set dow
iu this rule?
(4) Is it a fact that prisoner
have reported ill <>n occasion
when the Medical Officer ha;
failed to visit, and have hao *..
do without medical treat in >m
until the next day.1
(5) Who is re*|H.,.
the observance of X)
(6) Has any report of tV
breaches Oi these rules bee'
made to Government?
Mr. Bryan (L) said that be ""'
looked into the attendance book
and had found that the Medical
Officer had missed three .-isiting
days. Had he made a mote thor-
ough perusal he might have found
that more breaches had been
. commuted
There was a general dissatis-
ifttCtioB -it the prison, Ixilh ]
and warders feeling that
l ->re not given the best med-
! ical attention when they were ill
It was held that the Medical
Officer went about his duties I
a lackadaisical way and it would
seem as though he did not like the
Sunday
, _aaU"f"*r -
thougli
system of favouritism was going
on at the prison. Those /ho held
D of favour went tn lhe
(. ill while others wont to the pris-
on hospital. There he was told
they sometimes got flour porridge
twice a day.
The Superintendent of the pris-
on was well known and he
would be very surprised to think
that ho had been a party in sucn
dealings. It was his duty to 't'e
the conditions at the prison
ho should try to shelter no one
who was being justly blamed.
Ml K Msap Medical Officer in question was
- Inal Medical Officer of
tin- Parish of St. Thomas. Some-
time ago when the estimate1
came before the House, it had!
been suggested that he should
I higher salary. He felt
that if the officer was dissalislleJ
hossM either
stat> so boldly or resign.
In an institution BUtfe
prison there should be better
regulations. As the case stood,
since the Superintendent had re-
ported that the Medical Officer
had never missed a visit, it mea.it
that he (the Superintendent) had
either never looked at the attend-
ance book or was attempting to
shield the Medical Officer. The
affairs of the Superintendent
should t examined or he should
be asked lo resign. He hoped that
out of the exposure that day, some
relief would he given to the war-
ders and prisoners.
Mr. E. D. Mottle* (B) said th ll
I something was definitely wrong
prison, but the first th:ng
members soeined to oversight
i was that to get efficient work,
you had to give appropriate sal-
aries. It was his opinion that the
160 a month which the Medical
i Ofllcer got was not sufficient.
^.V^Uh.'ftr ///
TIE SAFE, GENTLE
PlEsSANI 10 TAKE
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OF course you like to sec your
kiddy healthy and happy, with
.i mesj| 'oung system kept clear of
all impurities. If you've any cause
to worry about the children's regu-
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glass of Andrews Liver Salt.
Pleasant, bubbling Andrews
keeps them free from tummy
upsets, and children love its
merry lizz ". Mother has
ihc satisfaction of knowing,
too, that this safe, gentle
laxative takes care of inner
cleanliness, but it is non-
lubu-lorming.
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HENRY
JHE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON
ace f
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT CMSNEY
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m NATTONM GALLERY
nemewnsASU'iDiNG
Of INDIVIDUAL TYPES
OP ART'
and BUCK 1 WHITE'
REPRESENTS THE AKT
OF BliNOiNG INDIVIDUAL
SCOTCH WnlSKIES'
THE PHANTOM
*0yP1r4CS TpOt,V IrtUCMI*^ VOU S.tOUlD
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
BLACK&WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
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SHE THANKS M \ M\ FOR THE STORY
BOOKS!!
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TREASURE ISLAND by Roben
Stevenson RETOLD IN 400
PICTURES by Peter Jac I
NANCY AT ST. BRIDES by D. t
JULIET OVERSEAS by c
PENNY DREADFUL by A. Steph.
THE MYSTERY OF THE
CAT by Enid Rl
THEY LIVED IN COUNTY DOWN by
Kathleen FiUpatrick
STORY Of pftf.:: PAN
< I O'Connor
THE WESTOW TALISMAN b) Pen..
rmmi
i'lON OF THE MAIN by [
John!
NTURES AFLOAT by John D.
ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
ISU-'it^. TS.\3-
World market
FOR SELLER
World choice
FOR BUYER

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IF you've not yet completed arrangements for your exhW
'He Canadian International Trade Fair, it would be ad*
to do so now, without delay. You can show what you hIh
sell what you showto world businessmen from Canada'
United Slates, and many other countries. It is a most econo^
and effective way to establish new business connections.
Easiness visitors from every country find thot the Trade 'J
otfers a double opportunity(a) to the businessman of i
alist who is looking for new ideas and equipment for hisol
or plant(b) to wholesalers, retailers, importers and jc>
who wish to purchase goods for profitable resale.
For o't information concerning
The Canadian International TrooVW
pfeoie consult:
7. G. Major
Canadian Government Trade Co*******
43 SI. V.ncon/ Street
Porl-ol-Spom, Trinidad
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Canadian tnten atmnal"Rude
MAY 29 JUNE 9,
DE0ICATI0 TO THE PHOMOTio i OF IMTMl
'ONTO, CANADA
IOMAI TABE BY THE OOVERNMENT OF C***


CLASSIFIED ADS.
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fCBUC SALI3
KCIiM ""L j
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noi
HOUSES
"-Ue**,
ASHTONOn
".niirrh. Fmiy
Four ~
S*a Max we,1 Clin.i
, Furnitf,*! ruining
B*droom. Drawing .nd Dlnlnj
"*"> overlooking i"- -
Dial
on-Sen Welchea, M,fcw,
Fumiahed Phone sou
II 1 SO-*)
j:
psora
0 ADVOCATE ielondar>
?Sk,
DIED
urn IK- ^
" ^___.1 i.'ill lav,va> lll'f
mr-.-il
Aaecl :>.
her lair reil-
kcnool !*"* "' Ko.l. St
si Mtcnael* Cathedral and
VMbua Cemetery.
Mdf an aiked lo atund.
Percy and Eno* Millar immi,
Catherine Johnn
n.nman daughter-i.
I'laudc Bknman and Cecil John-
law., Errol Chaw
repy)
IN MEMORIAM
rw taring rn**""^
!Z, >* Suiwhlne ! her Lord* pre*.
^T, m- inn January i
ThtfleciinK ley
f!i_ Horte .daughter. C
"^Sr-nU*,,. Mi a., Hope -Ilraih
Ti Mr- Hop,- Wlfe. Ml
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month.
February. IN*. AW>
Or further pwileuli?,'
PO. Bn 1A3
FLATS fully
furniahed with Ilcfri*.
" Indramer. Worthing.
___ui.ao-i.fi.
two Mrwnu. Kitchenette. intir
o Garage. Phone sow.
New
i"dah.
B.iih
U-l 502n
W.I. Unlikely
To Accept
MOF Proposal
From Pare i
audience of over 30 Prwsmen.
VW i ?n ^ "" hop<' ,or "
West r,ld.s or ll5 j
SSJg?' """" 5 no.
The whole difference betwesn
he Food MlnlKry and the W5
Indie, now rest, upon whether
me colonies should be guaran-
teed a market for ihe sale lo
Britain of 1.100,000 tons annual-
100.000 tons.
It would be tragic If no agree-
ments were reached", added Mr.
Camobcll "but justification for
West Indian Delegates refusing
the oner is that eventually their
cum will become more widely
known and a better nftc:
have to lie made."
will
II1WOALOW 'CUrt.Um" |m., ,".
inn ..met- (Mrw. Dial am
"* 3"* IB I II an.
?..!? "tV aooa bsihina t,,L
"I".. 1 urnrn, k,^^J '~^fj
i i H
PIBLII UUS
He gave it as his opinion that
he Kovcrnment had eonducted
ihe talks on the wrong angle.
1'iild have studied the
Potion at the BriUsh Colonies
which were absolutely depetid-
in upon sugar. They should
U.W studied the Reports of the
t-cn.missions enquiring iigo the
Sugar Industry. They could have
-hen found out that the bare
minimum of production was ne-
ctsyary to the economic security
of the producing area and related
it to an overall statistical position.
Then they could have allocated
to each colony the minimum
Bustamante
Going To
London
From I*r I
tial exports an B*J %,
The Gleaner describes th# Brit-
ish Government siatement as
briUtant diplomacy, but concludes
The linal sad coaamentarj u
that %o great a Government should
use such artifices to cover a base
betrayal."
Widespread Support
Widespread support ,n ihe West
Indies is lutely in response to
m Uleaners cabled circular to
leading West Indian papers.
The British Guiana Uratvhi.
cabled support M follows: "We
recall Churchill's words that ho
did not want ro be Premier to
preside over the dissolution of
the Empire but it seems that the
Labour Government believe *at
they can with impunity assume
this role.
"It is unimaginable mat the
l^eople of Britain whose sacrifice
of blood and treasure in the de-
fence of the Empire and their
principles and the right vet
countenance for the sake of an
eocceedinglv small increase m
the price of .neir sugar
but which will mean very much
to us. are endangering the loyalty
of the West Indian section through
dishonouring the pledge given m j
Sugar Talks
Negative From
Beginning
w From Paae 5
lo 1952 Ihe basis was an,
market conditions. In our Nan-
!X ',*"" "" UmlKl Kingdom
mwkh.vmkxt Harness.
VACANCY FOR A SENIOR MASTER ORAMMAR
SCHOOL. DOMINICA
Applications are Invited for the vacant pensionable post of a
senior Master. Dominica Grammar School. ,The Government Sec-
ondary School for ban). The average attendance for IMS was 140
jl' ""fw"'""'- A|; i hold 'imversltv degree
:irc.r!undard.'Mfh Li""' :'"d E"g"'h "" '" ,he H',h'"
- .A ?** V" "'"y "* ($1-M0 S'20-,2.400), and con-
?ZZ1 '""I "v"'" '" aPP0!'"' mum applicant at an
apjropriate point ,n the scale in new of his experiwc, ar,l quaUflca-
period 19S0-U. all the Colonial
producer could expect was Cuban
Vf" .?ric* |,lus preference
*rom 195S onwards our .( m w.i;
to get aw ay from this basis and as
a result we insisted that the com-
munique should clearly state this.
Mis Majesty's Government would
not agree to this but went as far
as to employ the expression
reasonably remunerative prices".
Since then devaluation has oc-
curred with the result that the
t-uban export price has Increased
terms of sterling. They are
now contending that even if no
long-term agreement to include
the years 1950-52 can now be
agreed, the term "world market
ondltions" will no longer apply
to the present agreement. This
would mean that during the next
three years we should sell sugar
to the United Kingdom at prices
far below world market parity for
preferential sugars without any
""'ntee for the period beyond
1952. The price now offered to
the Colonies for their exportable
surplus for 1950 is 30. 10. 0. per
ton. The present Cuban price
plus preference is approximately
IM.0.0. and the Canadian price
Phis preference about 42.0.0.
On 700.000 tons sugar from the
of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten
Pimples Gc
Cause Killed in 3 Day
Th. v.rv Ir.i ... ..... .
Nihoaarm
4 Bonus. A I
per cent on salary.
5. Quarters. No quarters are provided and no allowance 1|
paid in lieu of such.
. Leai'r. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations
and provision is made for assistance towards leave passage overseas
7. Passage on First Appointment. The officer's passage on flrfl
appointment will be p^d. as well as ttet of Ml wife and children
of school age. not exceeding four. ,1 they accompany him or follow
him w.thin twelve months from the date of his tlrst appointment
. Conditions o< XerWce. The ,,nicer will he subject to Colonial
Hegulations and local OtsMnl I
9 Closinp Date. Applications, stating the applicant's age.
qualifications and teaching experience, .md indicating the carliot date
on which he could assume duty should be addressed to His Honour
the Administrator. Dominica, to arrive not later than the 31st of
January. 1950
Nlxoaarl
' plmel.
hi si .,
I.le. ..
?ore, of :.,r .rln. 8. f.-i Nl.oserm I.
>-r rh.nint !..,!.y un.t.r ih.
/iLrani-e ih.i NUod.rm will h.r.
jjj*jy '"*r >"" "" "'< ana .moot-, ,
NlX'OQQsFttl;"
ror ,JM. Trosiblcj ",T!rf"J
COMMUNI C0NSENSU
a
II l ^sircd ti: mi .
All bMnitllM j lo* Kaaj- lo kfep c nui anil
(Sgd I 1 HAMILTON MACItlCF.
Education Ofllcer.
Dominica.
IS l
FOll SifsJaE
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amount of guarantee to survive .n"m*J 'J'' Brt,lsh Govcrn-! aL'ia>\ Wwl lndl >" Pa** now
i,...^ .fOrZ-F,.}?. su".'". ment and thou- indill"rencc lo | oBered would involve a loss of
economic degeneration to i 6.125.000. with perhaps smaller
consign the losses during the next two years.
the West Indian point "of view "" We" Indian ; "hout the security of a salis-
Instead they had just worked ehe
" 'llU.r.!f .!^_!*2tft ."> "ich the, will
major portion of
workert.
had found the answer. But from
AUTOMOTIVE
AUCTION
;UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
it was the wrong answer.
factorv
long-term agreement. All
We suspect that the fallacious ,hal ,h* United Kingdom have.
'' I ^V,'"K'*e.A*CI"' will %ni at th* Genrii.
tafcr^i^SriFB
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Prw*
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Anjo"' *ln kro-v* 1151 will
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IHE SILVEi
IAMMU
i*i ui.ji Minus
,D' *-*ol*' I reasoning that ihe Colonial De- * P"' 'o the British West In-
:------- velopment Corporation will till the j dies u a demand to restrict then
breach has created the adversity !?? exportable production to
in toe sugar industry because of' 900'000 'n*. a promise for the
NOTICE
pajusb or t. rrni
Th* S brldSM In tm wtton of ro I
lading from SMcoMi Ouptl Hill to Ui-
tlu.iic Hf loo wa*k lo carry ht-av^
irt-rnp and to* ckMod lo nch traftlc
nafllc iialng mim do to at iheir
By ,
rlak.
P0ULTRV
U'tSTOCK
li l so- *n
WECMANICAL
BCYCLX6: Hrrculoa SUvor King, on
team, all modol*. in grwn and in Black
A. Baraat Ar Co., l.id. Dial MTS.
n it n t f
OECTRiCAL
rrovr r. bc with or.n
PJ^PJ^PJB Co.it... < >
eondiiK* dm .-.. M (JM H ,^,
O BMnrroli. Se-v,II Airport.
IMS model, 5 >nri
SU0UI no ofler.
ltd, II. O. Iknicr.iii
m.i.so- Bn
On Thursday 19th by order of
Mrs. p. o. Crichlow we will sell
UM Fuiniture at -Carlisle View .
Bay Street, which includes Double
End Settee. Carved Pedestals
Couch. Rockers. Upright Chairs,
Sideboard. Ornament Tables
Round Tip-Top Table, all in
Mahogany: China Cabinet. Painted
He, CbandtUtr, ii,:ui
Painted Screen, Paintings. Glass
and China. Plated Ware, law Oak
T.ilili. Double ;mu Single Iron
Springs and Beds;
Bedslead and Spring. Dnstlai
Table ,uid Press. |>ainted pink;
Child Press, Plaj Pen and
Enamel Top Cupboard all panned
blue; Mahogany Dressing Table,
Pine Presses; Cedar Linen Press;
Divan Bedsteads and Deep Sleep
Beds (new). Old French Press.
Pram. Oo-Cart, Perns Vacuum
Cleaner and many other items.
Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms cash
UAtfKBL TKOTMAN & CO..
Auctioneers
15 1 !. ' of ihe Conwruaaloneri
B H. CKAIOXNUK.
UMpttCtor ol Hlgh's-v..
91. I'rlr:
H.1.S0Sn
NOTICE
WILL ihf pmoci lo whoi
V-lumi One and Five ol thr EMcYC
:--JPEl)IA of PHOTOCKAPHV.
leium Mm* iiiirnediaielv io H
niiuma, "The Banvam", Bay
irlvphMie 3771. !J I }Q
REAL ESTATF
t To Be C
1< llel-
FuRNITURE
COl't I" I
sTRT iMixIm
P*dar Hi in.
Btrch drawing room
> calu <3>
Men., Kotkw. All M
lpcaU'>
irrwln* Tjable w,Ui larag
n ('tn--t-i:-draTT.
II ii
inr
2i Kllrhwi
jjISCELUNfcQus
dm
inig. a
>H Bar>
rr. rk' R"ii"tl M"'i *
tWuiJl l-', '"" A h: Taylor Ud.
" Street. DU1 4100.
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T*^?1?0 S,l,-KTS- fi ft.. 6V, It.
*P AP"'' A"l*> T>rP. Tral-lgar SUe.1
..._____ Sl.S0--l.fn

He A. Mr.
H.\l(CiAINS-li
i rooitU Hnngalow aj Proapori 01
Stindy Beach. Modem Co..
Y..1-.1 Made Up. about UN *q It. Gome
l.wm TV.. J Bedroom Cot-
Condition, Over ' Aerr. ViHd ta (O
. ,.t lllnrk B-k ea*ldr. Bo*.
.ns Fbr OUy C1J00. i .
*..d SeperatvLy. Hrware
Ad>! I Do Not Booat or Boaat Cr.ni.ict
F de \brou for Nr-rK A
K.-..I Rstate Dial 3111 r HI
Olivi* Bouicli, HaMnta;.. of Carter Hro.
Nt%r Mann Hall Si
PHOPBRTV: llouae and \ju\d. Alu
Orave new Ronrhea Plant Ml
Cm bo inapected wty day In the i
UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
TIDE ..pplloatlon of Joatph Alle>ne i I
Beck In Boad. St Uleharl lea- pernnt.ion
ii -ell 8pirlU. Malt Uqu.ii
-all buildlni I Lai ^ MichiM
DMed ir.i-4. I Till daa U Jjnuarv ItM
To: B. A. MeLBOD, Raq
Police MaglatraSK DIN "A"
JOSEPH AI.I t:i -,y
i
h li "rii application will ba ronud-
ered at a UcenalnS Court to be hela at
KtlM-f Court. UiMnct A mi FYiday UM
27th day o* January 1W '
B. A MclXOD.
Rftttea Magutiate. DiaL 'A"
LOST k FOUND
LOST
I Sn |i
Ml Kinder pleaae return aiiic to
BiUmp, Kew Land. Si. Mlchatl.
%1 .'u
he official information of th.
C D.C. peak operations of the ten
million dollar Timber Develop-
ment Scheme in British Oman.
which will employ seven to eigh
hundred men while sugar em-
ploys thirty thousand persons di-
rectly and another three thousand
indirectly.
Business Will Suffer
"Sugar and it's by-products
provide 57% of the value of all
exports. It is obvious that sugar
depression will leave Govennm m
without necessary funds for Ad-
ministration, business will suffer
J?*8 | and itiere will be more hardship
for workers who also have to
IBM The cllects of devaluation. It
.is certain tha.t the people of
British Guiana will retaliate to
'his indifTerei.ee to their fate
Worker meetings are indicating
itiis.
"Labour Party members who are
in the majority in the British
Guiana Government have been
called by the Guiana Graphic U
ask for an emergency meeting of
the Legislature to pass a Resolu-
tion to put the issue straight to
the British Govenunent Is it* an
idea to give an impetus to Com-
munism in the West Indies?"
From British Honduras, Bill-
board cables: "Will Support Sugar
Issue."
Support" has also come from the*
British f.uiana Chronicle and tin
Barbados Advocate whii.li c.ibles
'The Advocate wholeheartedly
.supports the West Indian s.ugar
Hetegaiion and expressed in the
strongest* tenn^ its heaVUeal eon-
FOUND
KRYS
BulMtng, will fiiKlm ^
. it* Ad\-ig Depl
rtepa of II M I A
H 1MI .
HELP
n oppUcallon to Mr P, Kriln.n. YOUNG LADY for our Ofnr* at Threa
P \ II. Homaatead. Paj-nea Bay. Tit. I "", Factory. St. 1-hlllp I
faaats. It.I .
CUVR SWUNG HOUSE
butigalow, four bed-roomn
etax-lrklt>. w vale battling beach, 1', m
'Vajetablc Qarden, 8 milea
town. In Si. Jamea, Bnquin
i Phone 9I-S0 ..r
minet, SI. Jamea.
ci*i pi land
from Btidaw
: ifcntijiatlila.

1T.1 so- :
WANT A NEW, BUNGALOW ON THE
S.EA! 1 (MJi -upply one landim. oi
4.SM aquare feat o( land, haa 1U nwi
beach containing open \-erandah. Draw
lug. Dining-. 3 baaboonu. K
W C Rath, Fleureecent lighting, t vanla" roomaTO SEE IT IS TO BUY
Dial aM7. R. Archer McKetut.-, Vu
! II 1 .SO IJn
JJOfcTS m .-
"**" "!,! stora..
ind Ha-Lail. Factory
17.1 es-isn.
ASBMTOS SHEETS loi
and waahan lor tamr
heel* (or Olllnga and
Inch i>ipe In 3 to < lea,
"" r A. E. Taylor
^>^et Dial-alOO
13.1
[
'..daa. BnU. Cap.

*cure one or more
OSero in writing ore mvlled for 31,150
cQuare feel nf land tlluale In Sobera
LanSi Bridgetown, .md having a Iron lag*
of MB feet on Sobera Lane and at present
under tenantry.
For further particular* apply lo iha
..]'r..,*-.c1|
CAHR1NOTON SCALY.
Lucaa Street.
7.1.ltSn.
11 Barbadoa Ice CO.. Ltd.
The above will be Bet up for Mia **r
Public CompetlUon at our Office. Jamej
Street, on Wedneaday, iffth January
iniur.t at S p.m.
O. L. W. CLARKE S> CO.
allcltori
ii i H
THE uiukrrmlgned will offer for Sale at
tl.cir Office in Jamaa Street, Brldetown,
on Friday Ihe 17th day of January* ItM,
si 1 p.m.
The Dwelling Houaa called "BECI-AH-
i.d -ha land thereto balonglng containing
S477 aquare feet, alluaU at Hartinga.
\iANTED: Young I*dy with kmow-
Ic.iwr of -horlruind and tvpliig l.n H'm...
I-'!.. "..*k Appli in writing to 1- J.
Wim.iiii, Uarkatlng Co.. Ltd Bajed
IS.l.SO- 7n
next three years to purchase alt
the British Wesl Indies output (in
1950 at 6.123.000 less than
foreign sugar will cost, and prob-
Dt) ;ii .i lower penalty m 1951
and 1952). ami from 1953 to 1957
a contract to purchase onlv
MO.000 ions it prices which, In
theory, are to be agreed but which
experience indicates will be die.
tated. No West Indian delegate
whether he bc a representative of
the British West Indies Sugai
Association, a Government official,
oi a politician, could agree to tuch
a proposal.
In conclusion the Delegation
rather than reach no agreement
wen prefHaTad lo accept the over-
all limitation of 900,000 tons, and
the eight year period, but they
could not see their way to accept
a miaianlee for 1953-5? of only
64U.000 tons. They have there-
fore asked that discussion^ on thii
point should be postponed until
rn to uae Wist indies for
consultation with their
tsficlaUoaal and Oovernments,
1NCOMK TAX \OTICK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .U, Income Tax .cUims are
quired from every married msn who;e income is $1200 00 per annum
or over, from every other person whose income U %'.:
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
ZZ70C'eU* <*" **** l n> taggloo, an,:
Zn7,hn ,! r ^^^ WlW,ht'r ,aXalUl ""'
during the past year or not.
F0?^^L R"Um "V ** obUine.1 from the Income Tax Depart-
-law December, ,949, on ., before the .Is, day of M.,l,.
2. Rrlurns of ptffMssf who
10.1.50.ln
hose i-imcipal |4a.-e of buaUM nol
1'sV; ^o'''',,''"''n3o'h',"v'''
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner ( Income Tax and l>alh Duties
farlorj reaaon U riven.
NOTICE
'.'.Ve**-^,',*,',','.',-,',',',-.-.',,*,*,'^ .
ibaciiben to "The Lai- K
J bados Advocate" Nev.sp.i;
\ in Belleville and
S Ihelr Siibsriiptions afl 6
\ iiuin sin January, i!*5o | X
Mr. N LAYNE, "OuBmati 8
;, Com 01 :uth Ave.. Belle- S
> ville. For any further In- ;>
^ formation. Dial 2287. 0
14.1.50Sn. *
'"'^=&dm-'-'- ' '
NOTICE
HOMft.N s Bau iiili-
ASSOCIATION
OWING lo ihe arrtral ol the
l' boats, we will "
- -. i.ii Thuis.
Thursday. 16th Febn,
12 noon, ud will br
Lurday, 28th January
ad Satuttsiy, isiii Febru-
ary, until 4 p.m.
SHIPPING NOTICES
demnatiOn of the Food Mimsii. .
neglect of West Indiai,
sugar.
Sunday's leader "Broken Prem-
ises" Is one of the most recent
of dozens of editorials and feature
uirtcles supporting the West Indiau
case."
Lieutenant Colonel Davson in
i interview in Georgetown,
British Guiai I think w
in the West Indies must feel very
disappointed at .Tie talk- In -",
|
(By (able).
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD IROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel.
I rim
6.S
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Leaves
PACIFIC STAR"
"PROSPECTOR"
"CRAFTSMAN"
S.s -QUEEN ADKLAlDF.
as. Tiiiiii.iiv-
l.iverpn
IaiikIu
III
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HI. Ffb
2ojh Jan.
.. 28th j ,,, :;.,(, pah
FOR I SITU) KINGDOM.
for Claaea In Barbadoa
MM Feb
I For further infurmalion apply u
s.s
HOMEIMRII
Veuel.
I'HIIOSOOIIER'
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Agent..
In L'arliale lla.
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Shortrtand ale Typaritlng (or Oriirrul
oil.... Work. Ami id anting. In the
liml .rutaiicr 1i> Smilh' Shipping Smirr,
Jamea 81.
IB I 50 n
for Shirt-
I.ADlt-S with to
CornaUon store,
street,
IN PORT-An*. Kelrh I.cander. Vh
Molly N. Jonea. Sch. Manual*. Yach.
Maya. Yawl Bt0,tbeck. s,h- Marv M
ITS-, J?\ !";"' fU-"' *"-
. Mannn Belle Wolfe. Sell
Wallace. (Mi Maud j lay [L
Sv.rJi.h Bnrque-
Keniiiald N
* tine Sunbaai
'nil Trtom Ltd.
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S.8. Rio Araaa, i.sat u..*
lor Hatatw. Agent*
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t:opiniiay. Kelch Staveti.er
ai\ li -
ss. Alcoa Heamei. 441.1 ion* net
OtfS. Pederaen. from Mai*aiho. Agem.
Austin 4 c. Ltd
M N 0 Rogeuae*. 4.3W ton. net,
lataae, for nmiah Oulang-
1 laiitalton. I Id
St-hooner llaiell S,ot|. io Ion. i et
CM, Mark* r0r Si Vln.rnt. Agenu
<>*ner' AaaoclM .
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A (n. Ltd
IN TOUCH WITH BAKIJAfMIS COAST STATION
Canadiiiii National Steamship.
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20th and ilat
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giving rrcdlt to my vile SHMIlsa
KKNHY IBM Corblni a. I do not .old
nwa>elf reaponalbla for her or anyone
elaa coot ratting any debt or debta In
my native unleaa by wriiirn ..idei
iigned by me.
Signed MAC OONAIJ) HENRY
Trio PnUi. .
St Andrew.
IT l.SSJn
The public are hereby warned agalnat
vtng riedil to any peraon or peraona
homaoever in ray name aa I do not hold
.yaelf reaponilble for anyone elae oon-
atllng any debt or debta In my name
unleu by a written order ilgned by ma.
Signed A. A. BAYLEY
On
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I'uMir Sl-i.-Conic/
"tirUt Chuj
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Thr 1/wellhif Houi
Dtavans aaata. t..,i-i m.i
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-ud Servai.t
htssa Ural
of I a m. ai
Ikg Btsaejjaaj
Kt.r furUter lurlicular* and
f.1 Sale, apply to: -
MtrrCHTKSON A BAnTTIEU),
act Ran
,lh FJrcliiV. Water. Oaa
- inaUlled. Servant Room
I...;.*
iny day between the h.*
.
-ondllii
THE MAIL". -si Michael Plamaatnt old wld property
t. > acrea of pleat
.md ciuile private ground* flanked
ugar r-Ati.. 1 reception. 1 laadreofna.
I.iIW verandah, double garage, -ablhig.
ervanU* quarter*, court-yard etc Thta
propartv ! ofTared ai a very reasonable
f.gorr inaklng II an attractive renovalMMi
propoaltlon. DIXON A BLADON. Real
EeUte Acvnt*, Auclloneefa 4. Survey
on, PlaiiUtlona Building- Phone eSW
It 1 W-li
VILLA."- Kent. Modern
house with ajjfjrojuiruitell'
d. Owing lo m elevation
and poettlon Pvquaa VUkV' la ceol ana
ofleii enchanting- view* o*
panae ol coavaUlna. OonUint S bedroorna,
lounge, kitchen, large asjuare gaiawy
below are arrvknta' quartera, tnlleU atore.
naorni and lerfk Carage rUieiMfle *
ronaldared. DIXOtN A BLADON Real
Eaute AsfervU. AiacUonean A Survey.
FlanUtloru BuHdlnar. Phone *t>^
11.1 IB in
FOR SAL OR RENT Farley
Si. Peter Old Plantation hOUSt
large ballroom. Dining room
a etc. Ideal ioi
ing to i
Afply lo Brudahaw A Companv.
4.1%" Un
( AMjEl-OT. ClteWa. Rea app U.att at). It. wild am
fVo^d gallery, drawing loom. 3 bedrooms.
each with rtinnlnaT water, modem rrni-
,enience. M-vrral (nut treea erarloeed.
Applv lo Un. Cole on premiiei fr->m
4 to (1 p.m. Arepl Sundayn. Dial SMI.
It I SO- V.
THE uiiileraigned will offer for Sale it
their Office No. 17. High St.ret. Rrtdt,'-
town, on Friday 30th day of Januarv.
itao at 1 p.m.
Ihe DwellMtf laa-uae railed AJINE.
ar.a the land there*, containing 4J
tajuare feet, altuate at ttk Avenue
Belleville.
Tke Dwelling Huuae rampr.ie. OgUtrf
Drawing a Dining Baaaai. 3 Bedroom*,
one with DreaaUaf room and running
va'rr in eea*. Iweakfaal room. KlUh-
enrtte. Toilet and Bath
Gaa InataJJedi Servant* room and
Carwge in Yard-
InapactioB arty day except Sunday).
retween the houra of 4 p m and t p.m
n application on the premiaa*. Dial
For further peasknuan and Condltton*
cf Sale, aaply to:-
COTTT*, CATTORD A Co.
II.I Se-aw
.^C.'Ti* nnd *"* iWI. lJd odvlar
(Ml tha^ ,.. llow oinii11(.
N. PauU. SB. Clam. S 8 \
VNun-a Andalu.,-. H^
Jaao^rrance m , Chalmers S S
neont Hawk. S 8. City of H
*<* I.aa4a SS It,..,
S -!^f"*u*v- * lo,* ""
alle*. S8 l*ura Mamk. B S. Vir
M ^*. BWbara. S.S. Italia. S Nlkolaoi
S.S Queen of Beeinud..
IW.i.rby. s.S. PaclSe Shlppn. s |
bptot Marmban. 1 Suivraa, S #
Morvriecoove. S S Uruguay. S.S. Eat'
Alcoa Roamer. s.S. U
i' -. S S F-a*.. Apu-r-alaer. S
.Nor.ieaa. SS Ileth. s S Regent lo,, .
B. Taranger, 8 , Elgallo, s 8 V/ll-
w Vail.

x-aela ritu-d with cold ilorage .ham
- on appiicatiuo to ;
CO., LTD. Agent..
ARRIVALS 11, ll v. ; A I.
From Trinidad: Cameron Llvlngilon
Larnley Clarke. Harcourt CUrke. Ann
Maaaon. David Taylor. Jean Taylor. McV(chaei'~vi'
David Tucker. Oeoffre> Fo.ier. Cmreav. Colin *Coax
EHi^belh lniagn.it for Trlnid..d
Baker. Judith Baker, r
koore. Veronica Morrah. Ann llgerga,
Reginald Lowe.. John Adamaon. Annie
Adamaon. Julia Adamaon. Kayte Thoma..
Franci* Knonlton. Stanley Junn. Hoben
He Cormlck. Johanna, n-..
P,.t krr. Belinda Buat. Diana Hurt, Pamela
r,.n Alan Barnardo. Anne Fullerton.
Vivian De VerUuU, lul ... llobaon. Mar.
< r.ilion, Johann Fuln
'Ci.... Belly Carr. Maigaret Maaayii.
or. Pairlck O' Connor. Joan
i.ivael Bayivr. Brian Rayne,
. t. Barry Carr-Bn
in ll.i.h. Kay Olll. Mary lluaaey.
Doitglai Wilaon. Bridget I) Toole. Da.u)
iVaeon. Adam Rlchardi. Elizabeth Prcex-e.
at, C John Ma
Dougall. William Mains.i'
Man.not. Camilla Radrigue*. Soma Rod-
iiguea. PameU Week*. Arthur Streeilv.
m
U* "**rto Maneiakl. William Rcfimkll.
lime Meade. Catherine Mitchell
'.ro?: An*.'.u: Jh" Cinftlii. George
Maraoii. George Amoe,
.:.,!. Wll-
r^m 0r*"**t: Oeorge DeJYeitaa
Frtla Marti.,. Mllla*ent Mayor, johi
vi..o,) 8ia,W. ,,,,, Mlnon
irke. Irenu* Every
Dorla L_._
Harrlaon. Keith JUigH

kalca.
Pal
The Weather
nuaiy II
iVa.m-. .J
DAT
Rum lit
Set. '..St i
Lighting : bM
High Water 4
(SSTEBDAi
Rainfall Codruig'.
ToUl (or Mont* to vealeii
remperalura Mao > M 'W
-a -r
Wind Direction i| ani. t ilpiti
N by E
Wird Velocity 11 mile* per hour
Barometer ( un.. B>JH
i ft. Kittir Mr Reginald Kaw^ja
DEPABTVI|E-By B.W I A I.
ror Trinidad: Dr John T.-.r Mi
Thomac Jonea. Mr* Huih Jone.. Mr.
Iti.ii.Md St!,;. \|,. irt.ih nirauw. Mfetw
Mam Thomaa. MY Edmund Thomas.
M.< Mane Thoma-. Mr John O Nelll.
Raddeley. Mr. Saale. Nr
an, Mr John Farmer, Mr
Alan Hodgarm.
Fo- ihUMh OoUna- Mr. Kenneth Kln-
nmon. Mr. John Sinuneri. Mother t'mula
-Viler, Mother Kathleen F.ugUiid. Mother
siaiudaui Munden. Mother Kkry Qt^.
<*<. Mr. Prank Holder. Rev Mother
Flt/abeth Parkinaon. Mr* DeeoMw
rarrar, Malr William Farrar. Mr Perey
Ih-area. Mr- Annotle Baare. Mr II
Re% Erneal Grllfln. Rev
Bernard Croaby. Mitr Peter WallWidge.
Waltbiidg*. Mr. Gly. Mr*
KaaftlaaaH
nii%%\r:s
CERTAIN COUGH
CUM
The UNIQUI UMBDY for 5
t iiuiIih. Colds. Hronrhltis. '
J^fe Throat, Hoarseness. .*
MroiKlilal \slhras. Uhoou- J
lar Courh. Disease of ihr I
Chrsl and l,unr*. etr. ele. X
9
C. CAILTON lttr.fi i
Wholawal* f, Retail ;
Diuqgist ^
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What's on Today
rli at !0. am
rouru of Appeal and Petty Debt a' lift
a.m.
Police Band. Quean'* Park at 4.4) p.i.-
L
Cam, 4.LK.. wmMaumjktnwqcE
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B*ri0r*ais**sj,* TrM
Havre via Mortmuiu.- Ma) Ol.....l,p,. ,;.,,
Mlnlmuni llrsl < laas tlnly Sl!5.3 B.H I I ..
a M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Acjen
IIN
PLAID
TAFETTA
IN
1 CHARMING
MULTICOLOURED
WAYS.
36' wide

FOR SALE
The Dwelling House called "< VKLDKM" and the land
For further particulars and conditions ol Sale, apply to
COTTUE, CATFORD & CO..
11.1.50 15n.
/ww/^a*.---------------t timoiiiium j.
$1.39
A YD.
at
THAWS
Pr. Wa. Henry St. Swan St- A
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WIDNF.SDAV JAM u.
PACF. TEN
THE BARBADOS ADV.M ATK
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J *

VI Rl Ml II l "
LIFE CLASS :|
. .poly to Mn WhU
WANTED
lean Old Rjj
mini i in .ir*n ""..... ------- -_-_--_-. s^trr* "M "" ".- rT^ "HV 7
MACADAM PICKS HIS "FIRST ELEVEN
7>5
I
YOL" look back. Iron. .*5Q
across thf?se years, and you have lo
unie* almost immeaiately '
tttt qua.it.-
ri our iport I'ntil th<
M up-up-up with British
moat of its ramUkcttoaa
. art only odd shooiinii
rn the gloom
Gloom"' Well, romp.-
r.od am
Th**;
ill arsuc for a long tin
natter on the doorst*?i>
- ihe fly-weight wuprrme in
superseded by Tunney when hi
r>ack on him
,. <.epenos on wnat
inn 1 have
: uht hand lo I
il | \ev. band O* FresWIe VVflah
re-ileaa Jim nriaeail.
vmj take the rt*
garter ol the half-
i
l)f.noghiir superseded in t h t to assess th* relative vaiue ut men
0 Meter* who have decorated a team game
or 50 years"
It's Hit' 'Ul-Sporls'
Choice at Half-Time
Hi John >l.ii- \iliiin
remembered moetl, lor W sroal In 1,30 lie won the US A
n<^>-rfuH A lonj as Ihe ..me
ii oTaved TeeWr Mama will nave and Open inampionshipj ana. no.
his nlace among the immor.a. only had ihe feat never been p.i-
He .cored the most oi-med belure. it nevei
ot all timeajainsl the AH 1'
at Swansea in 1905
The score was nilnil in Lie
d up popped
little Morgan He (Tabbed
,o,fh.t
.viih hi-
Simple enough to go b*
Kill. Meredll* M tM Matthew* .in
:iii h. was ovti Iron or
lnger like ;ha: when
and there s Billy SseH today, who line. As he crossed, he was
imueccable in his work. crash-tackled by the I*
How to choose trom among ,and full-back Over went the
Well call it Meredltfc ,rner-flag but. also over went
ball and hurled himself over ti.e COM. 01 goll*
: ge. year by year
there's the impeccable llenr* <
uvtr likely to be again
not to denigrate '-he
great triumvirate of the early part
:f the half-century. Vardan TajUf
i ftraial. BraiJ
1 beating i*
And then

neat Americans who top-
ic and beate
pace
: race remains bc-
!heir own fighting k&- r and Gorcon. although
level
, p i h always
made them make the welfht
It would oe easy to
m.rkable judgment t* U. p~i.ee him Ifl the Mfn. h 'dtMn I '"''he % ^
remove., company a, Stuto? ^
Vl4,,h'"i the old-Umers would
By any stanlaF rank WeaJley to him. or Raaji.
an outstanding ill '> both of them tremendous in their
i.ould halve " and style, or Jack Hobo*
century and give him half a place _.
Hth the other half At -ffertiveness. And. come lo thai
the same time there I Mm .. rial about the irefTablr C B- Fry.
an entirely dlfh ho WD not only a glory to
i harks I'.u.lian. watch at the wicket, but was an
Alan Marlon. UMP ffk ..land player in almost ever*
I let it no at that Morgan
Did he knock over the corner-
llaiiji? Aag before he grounded the ball-
Who carei now' Wale* won
.hrre are many great horyeme"
arlod, notab:- wHm I
Mjhrr M*ni Tannest. Frank
rtullark aad sVenfile (arslake
.d Gordon had the run
of inountl li-reelv i>e.'ause. r I
general ions, the had ""
nd the superb *kill to
Morgan must get the
beyond such as that
".hree-quarters Gwya
NlelMla and Dr. George St
Teddy
'Ote even
prince of
e and beyond Dr. K...o;n.W^>K> -^fi^us, because thev are
Who know.
!> I.al '
laav
lyhiM.n ' ind. '" Jara
liema"- (.rne Taaaev- the bes: mounts and l -..llarher
'T Ski* rTwTS.
Mm -r Umrtmm? -......J--J tt1%
toa. Eobbv l^rke. the S
African, is in the big tim>
Narsnaa Van Nida. but there is
Rohhv Jan In the r
book.
I was talking the other day to
MarDonjId Bailey and he agrr
tfiat Jeaae Owena was the mw
u runner he had ever
seen. I talked with other peoi"'.
and *ev had never seen another
.l,,e U'ellierrd on the course
Who knows' Let your m.nd
ill come

great ones.L.E.8.
uhu
III
ither sense. And Or
ho got 42 caps tor Ireland, even d ,he onB
otyond Dr. Kevia OTlanajaa. who
was capped for Ireland at Soccer
Ruger. and Athletics. If Haydr,
Tanner has been missed from this.
Btttwta- CHURCH OF GOD
Long Sleeve: sun ^
uTVM
styles with :
mm mm
36" wide
per yard ------
MERCERISED I.AW\
'-^een. lemon
in peach.
36" wide
per yard
In while
per yard
RAW SPIN
in leading shades
116" wide
per yard .
71
si.Wl
. the great- ment-^Jones is the name
how
Hill, or SiniiV
now Soccer.
inning and .-i Itle the ...
only filing .port of them all rlawlhtrn on the spa..- of .. shilling^
the
and Leu
II.II.4 Iladio
Pi igi iff
box ana
Rugby Isn't so hard, for it is
raDNERDAY J = '
i.ry U.
Commonwealth Lead
India In Test Match
CWEALTH
INDIA
448 and 102-2
386
il
CA-


.
M
fad 50
was 102
.Vith one day left
to fall, led by I6 Iteuier.

:an b-uiwii most

;. but the i
1
r
ined loih
ost <
II.. Play

i.* iaaHkinal Ihe
Scam
.in.a,i.,ai.ti M latxini-
>* ix teas***

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i. T.il--
v iI-.mii* o Tn*a.
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r, Tubr
M K Mant'i H Tfil"-
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M vaw


i- m
**
4 rrirurriiIIr :
.-*t match against
raalth team was cm
1
r last night had rt-

Adhi'
ning
but attractive innings
hand and son i
paattMi

still '


QMSW<
O. Ahnd
I IS Securitj Council
M.rN \\ ilhoill
Rutsdi
LAW
a^ meeting l* l
with on* i-rrmanent
member*

membersti Unas* Na-
tionalist delegate I)i I I
and announced that Uh
11 would not all
rtWfUJ remained
eater
\1l.r l.iuuh
odd Adhata
"ei lunch.

s*, in<1 of 62
.
naaw at-
iniitlj ansiiiaati' by the Indian
taataaB "
Pep knocks
Out Riley
ST. LOUIS. .:

:Ul FVathi-r..eight Title
Mght. when he
out Charley Riley. of St
the fifth round ta
fight.
The end f the tight i
he fifth round. A hard
right uppcrcut to the jaw e
he ount. ..il.i
, had duellci
'iia for four round-
playad a game of caut on.
until Pep's attack hit him. and (
.. r had a chance on. -
champion got going
i around his oppon- |
enl moat of the time, but now and ,
then he waded in with a flurry uf |
rights and lefts that forced the
ry back on the rupee.
: .si weapon was a good
right but he could seldom ue il
to sta. on Pep's attack Peps
.peed and skill earned him tne|
At the weigh-in Pep weighed 8
.< Rilev weilhed '
Will Film
Empire Game$
An 8.000-foo: ti
^l rn,,nlh-
und will I* released a fortnight

g reported tixtay
of the
, l In- made
. i.mgements I -
Zealand National Film Unit,
which ha* th* sole Film Rights
Commenting M
echmcal director in charge of the
filming of the Games. Geoffrey
Scott, said that the energies of
the National Film Unit would he
concentrated on turning out a
really first class nlm. r..'
a "series of gnln
it

1

i would prefet a long eofll
to be made -Keitter.
1 m
: is m ni Umm '
; a m Cenera.ly Soee.liiiS. -
Prom the BditofMU. 1 7 *
P MuSr br Resplghl. S 3S p m BBC
,.t BPCtarXl l-iO
C\me Down: 1) rxMtn Ti-<
v m, II 15 p m Mi
for Diu in*. 1 p " G*r.ld B*rr> 8 .
> m IS41 Festival >n l-onilun. I
rhe ,"- J ID P "i Ht-
Bri'J Hi ? PorU Stavie*
0 m Bntuh Co"c>ri HjU. j
> be* .0 dlrtw. 4pm Ths
Dully Serr^ice. IS o "
Ml; 5 p11^
Sen-ill Btvxl Mini.. SI* P m P^?-
*i-UT\nre PV p m Genially
-. U p m Pttvtli
ear. o( Trial. 1 p n- T'te
, m Boo>s> i-> reaat! T 3D .<
Talk : *4 "* P !
SUdan Newaroel. I II P I
trl. 'J v m Ti.
'.
Grr.lO B-r" *ip^XUl*. B
M k> il" *" "1>1 ''
rtoe* I* JO p n R>fu. -
U am Sterlln* Value.
p n. The S,.,
.....iniiiiiniiiiBsjaassjfeniiM
2-C/n/> bids
STANDARD BRIDGE
with Balanced Hands
s
(!i>iii|>.ilsnr\ Lessons
VATICAN CITY. Jan II
Uiv lira ni Ihe Catholic I
J0MU almost
in Marxism, Vatican s.
The souteea added that Ihe
Commuiii.ts had installed a teach-
er to give these la .'i Reuler.
By Jimmy Hatio |
I Thn il Do >t i ven rime
/ rW^BXKTSlD UKE gri >JS Al^Av St JERKS I THE NAMESff THE I
I >CU 15 P-.AV- WILL XW r^V*?? 1f*v^STJ'^Te/ SOkaiS WRCH6 Anoj
1 MERE WE oO AuAIN-y g TOS HE5 fiOT
XCX'ATE Tm< SECOND ONE Vja
1 -ttt-
'. OJAWATT'HES
." -1
Pel
by M HARRISON GRAY
- : tne examples in ths
on fomng-lo-gan.e
o:ds of Two Club* have
h.ind< with distributional
'irensjth as well as the nece-.
j.-j high card ktteng'.h
11 1* net dUBcult lo aatess a
nand of this type if it toniaiin
at least live quick tricks and i
viirnn one trirk of game under
i>o*er. it ihould be
npened *ith Two Clubs
The valuation o(
Li. lanced bands, loo powerful for
rctng o,ieiitng 01.'
pa. causes mor.* u
Ini sort ot hand crops up quiie
i.equr' '
JK q 1* f.qi a*, ft J
J 9 1
On Ihe Milton Worn
1 baa u* poiiiU i-se
1 Ol Um Kings, mid it
. 1 :,es lor a bid of two
ISnsa, so toiTielbint must
He done about It. The usual a>id
I
,

H ik true Ki.it lo
1 neep the
..pea until
oe made if he has DOtbli -
' *
l *
way handa la the Ac
differi In one 1
.
apt
pa o\cf a
!....

put
CAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd.
10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
ineorporaleo in Standard Bridge
Its value will be appreciated
irom a study of the following
band
Saks fill \ y 1 ' i
Q M I
Thin hand counU up to 1. or
244 U the three Ten* are uken
Into account It Is far too ilronM
for an opening Two No Trumps
as reiponder will pasa with
hand tomething like Urn
4>H7l *> 1 : 1 *ll
Yel the two nands togethei are
; roduce a comforlable
nine trick. On the other hand.
If reiponder is worse t'1
opener will be far happier SfttB
-. leas to make
The hjnd will now be plaved
in T*o No Trumps.
At a natural corollary, opener
must rebid Three No
over a response o! Two l>i
il hi* hand is even more powaa-
lul thai. .nipfca.
The poinin count is an invalua-
able guinv i"i these balanced
hands With 23-M puints, open
'
-,mis or more, open Two
Clubs and rebid Three No
Trump* But if opener rebids In
: vn the bidding mu-i
procaed M ubm
way opener pi.rr-
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