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PACE FJCHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE • rar gc ncHT "Look at'"* luhpr uf confida.nt You* MT.r in The bag,, champ' *JW wusaiaprfcrdo is Ki> away frwri -"* kftarid 1roe briaiii. ahiay lennis tacwu. Pancho boo jusl comi I 10-Oay %  mi'—liro.l tennis tout ot UM+M ana Tf> 'akin* ll •rr.ously as any -Uripou pana .: BoBM D uo o a d in saorl ohirt and JUKIU. ana with a let draped i armchair m th. lobby of Pom awan* Georm* \' Hole If .xi planed has lotoot role Manv Eurxspaa-:* Ban I hrard of Ecuador, or if ">r> M*r they think It la oorn.* Soutr. hUand they ajM l\i deidoo. t •And bvouae 1 am the ar allot and ahcrteat of th* four the. otheri in the tour a I Jack Kr im rr. rrank Parker and Pa M the crov.d la uauall' .1 help* BurbadoVi-aiii tlefeated B \ cnczii''lan. %  cond Polo MJ 1U4 Taaon l ''rod four and Barbados ? Viiiaaiiaa. .... Barbados played u b*4 stroneer (am* waa very [as. throughout. All player, on both ridins hard and pla': The field was n-.uch faster. Marhelinl toadership and play wire relent — Bv Cable I I .1 P..: :• C. B. WILLIAMS HITS 128 N.O IN 2nd TRIAL C B WILLIAMS ol C'ailton treated the crowd I masninccnl atroke playii'K when he • cored „ 12 "P'"," which included 14 fours and or* m a. %  •ddart XI as the second trial match in preparatiun l..r tinBarb*** British Guiana Intercolonial Tournament in FIMisMJ, started yeaterday at Kensington Oval. reluctant to leave his After IBM Drayloii waa very undecided and was bowled by Roy Marshall while in the effort to hit verbs joined Williams and at the end of the day's play the> Mr E A V. Williams XI oattin, the whole day haa scored 252 runs for the loaa of five wickets in their first Innings John Goddard won ihe loss and sent in Mr Williams' XI to bat Carew Mid Taylor oprnsjd the innings for Mr Williams XI Carew took the first ball from Mullins and played It to John Coddard fieldlnj at short let The second ball he watched carefully through to wicket-ke. per Wood t Atkinson bowling v. ith Muslins began his over to Ta-. kat Taylor got him away nicely to Die leg in taw third ball and seamed to be ,•• 0 toe new ball were undefeated with Williams 128 (giving two chances. one when Johnny Lucas failed to take a return from hlml and STANDARD BRiDGt By M. Harrison-Cray Dealer Nona. k 10 i ii i; ( in: (4 2 11 a i W. < s > I'll Kill • : J ^hoWMLead England v.Vr 1? 9 Q : • Kits The match continues on Saturday Mr t A V WfU.lAM* SU G. Oww- c w Wood b AUiMWi 1 t\. T*>W upd w h Wood l> All-TTVU • Crr^BUlJ b AWiiuori • C Wo.*,.*, t •.( WaaXl t I •-" Drjyio. b II MsVBlWl. u T-eUl for ft BIU In his second over Mulli: down a maid-m In Alkinaon'i ; Mcond over Carp* attempting to ,-.[• „, .-K-HKB— i tor y z tor*t^t one througri th* slips wai j is. • ir its. % lor itn c-ajth* bj Gerald Wood behind :ne rtuopa. Th icore waa then five rum tot th* Um <( one widwt [ Lucai >o*ned Taylor Mullim at t j this auc* started to bo>. nor* venom r**Un a few ahort on** to rise awkward... Lucas 1 was frequently beaten by Atklr.aon and Mullini and was far from romfortable while faring I them Caught b> (Mrddiinl Atkinson however, had him caught by John Goddard who was tleldtn* at stUy mld-on < Walcott replaced N S Lucas ana took hi. first knock froni J Lucas Walcott took a Mnglc on Ijm In kls flrsi ball In Mwas out trying to hook one aft I ti dangerously near U seored DM •." B WiUlan. IH-X! Ul fa<-crt Atkinson fr<>m ihe screen and William* U*.r. M chance* and anjtehi bail MiafuUj Johnn> Lucas caan* In plan of Mullin* and ent down his second over to A M Taylor. In the fuurth ball of that over Williamtook a four with u beautiful mi dnw BOWIJ!G ANALYSIS •V • Two Clubs and So-.iUi lu values lor %  pom. < He Mds Two llearti OH loaaeai ..nt -r.d North Bho*. Ihe character j( HI. nand witn Two No Trump* Sot.:., trie* Tfiree OiaaMHid* and Nortn alas Sis Djamoo*"*. *or lw knews %  *v \ s r *> A SMI IM fx-'i ea.i i* a trump • I • J follow, w .' ied to dummy s %  K WeM -siutn enters •> A. ITOIW, to A<. .r,i -\ K a>Q m *hicn ne I n now rurT-il t Suuth. who leads his lan ttM With Ihe UHI I | Ou oft. great Interest and SkipiH-r Qg4osWd broughl OH I H. A Kln| f"i J H UM WUUaim who took four runs in' hi* second ball Blow rtghl spinner Kenneth GoUdard brought nn for Mulhus an0 reaeheti In 9U minutes, Williams ( Aw was 25 TaylM 22 WlUlairii \ l 'Z, uur gUdCfl Atkinson to the leu bound. Thf V a gfl h ei TO-DAT %  aaj Rbvea. ,, i, „ *un SeU: i.it p.m. Moon i First Quarter* Janliary ti. Uikilns. 6.30 am llllh Water: 5 46 a.m.. 5.12 pjn. YEMTERDAV i; u.i.ii (, Mini. L i. HI, .36 |n. I'uUI for iiiimlh l n-^lrriU. ?.J I las. Temperature (Max.) Hi 5 *l" Tisagniialkll (Mln.) M • f Wind llirrt limi 't a m p i || p.m.) NX by E. Wind Velocity 19 noli per hour. Rirometer 111 m i '9.99li (3 pin i 79.B25. It W-ii Trtsc • tme botli m L Tbe isftkal ii-,.-inch*> Pancno. consltteito | came out on top .'* 'he crovaj %  %  net always th. And in Parts he surprised even himself by drubbing Kramer the worla v0 -IUUK *ebt. and then going on the next c\enin*i to down Parker with eoual ease and polish. The crowd loved his bounding, springlike nop. his perpetual smile and unorthodox two-handed stroke. proent plans call for mother .ear <>f professional U-: ttUng downi M to promote the game—in South .America if possible. -Tennis b still a rich man > iher.-. I would like tu .ntroduce it to the general public. tike the monopoly away from the tountrv club set." Pancho said. •There are two big hurdles Find, the game is simply too expensive. Most of the equipment baa imported from England or the United States We've got to .":nd a South American wood okay for racket* No Federation "And secondly, there is no ^-.utJi American tennis federation, no overall organization Each countrv has its own association. but no tie-in . I would like to change all that." Pancho already is making plans to take three US. stars down to South America thin summer for %  %  goodwill" 'our. In addition to living exhibitions, they will conduct free tennis clinic for promising youngsters in all the major "They don't have enough competition, or the chance to see really gcod tennis . They are good, Arrangements are being madejgood players, all right, but they aren't in the same class with •ured the South American mens f he came to the U.S to attend Miami Universi'v hot play bam It paid oil In ••* :he U S. Utdooi Sini i in 1M7. before turning pro. ta* clay courts singles championship He has visited France, and Paris five times, is well as I pluying ID nine %  Europe — Bel E;>pt. Bnglair** Ital He wouln %  if there were no %  typ.cally Yankii-" former Mts V Long Island, and Crot and frienns In S< COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED ON SUNDAY NIGHT From 7 to 10 O'clock LOiVDON. 0' THE announcement thai Goddard will captain the West Indies team against England this j summer has set people wondering wfin his opposite number will be The M.C.C. remain silent for the Ume beinii but there are m-n rumours linking the name of Reg Simpson, the Notts amateur, with the job. Denis Compton has al^r been suggested as a likely candidate. But my informatior. is that the M.C.C. do no) the time ripe to have profcaptains for Test matches. Trevor Bailey, of Essex, may f I job. but my guess is that Freddie i Brown, who led England in the last two Tests against New Zealand last year, will be Goddar i counterpart. Table Tennis Starts Feb. 6 THE Committee of Managame.il I T T.A has decided '' %  tart Table Tennis on Tuesdav February 6. Ttui year's Inter-Club gainei will be teams of three pbytil each playing nine singles. 1 AMARA tfotike down. Akr Waaaa or aa> "tuition, i course ol B r nm Amara quickly rasioras liergy. It builds up the body-calls bringing a return of youthful vigour. It creates i fund of nervous energy and re-vitaln*s the activities of the entire system. When run-down, lacking in energy or suffering from weakness, there is no better tonic Chan Byrtin Amara. IT IS GOOD VALUE.'! injRB. CKEPE DE CHINE in \Millc. GasB. I'tnk and Blur al SI.35 peril gPl'N, BATON In While. Gold. Green 1 Brown aHita^ SPIV LINEN in While. Grey. Held i Rose si I1M W Creaae Reslstlne and Shrunk Prot< HIM'AIIWAY IHIISS SHOP to play lntcr-School games it t YM.CA an Batutthkj morsttngs snue th.Trinidad and Briti>u Guiana vbits, many clubs have amUatod, but th*r* la still moral to be done. those in the State He named Enn Argentina 1 as the lest In South America at the moment. follov-tV closely by Alejc Russell, also of A i nentina, and Armanrlo Viera. of Bi i'il Pancho iut an early M.. tethar, Domingo Segura, ma ^ PRODUCT — %  % %  >%  1 md imuii by I AOni ^"1 1 wburri I i Umloe aaaaaaei | S-I N't lilrsli /I. H •-: 4) BM I hnJ %  . aaM ll.ll.l. Had... Programme foul and 100 wak up In 120 minutes Afiei luiK'h Taylor was soon nut when in .ilteinpln.''. Ii down the wicket to drive n bull deiirerrd fn quickly .lumped bj The acore was 123 t Taylor in his stay HI the uirkri had struck cliht four* He scored 61 w Draqrton rdsnad inuaou Mullins although bowling %  took some rough handlint: frorn C. B. WilUwns a. be i across the wicket and axeculvd full-hiu-nlid dlivi to UM l>oundary At 150—winch wai knocked up in 145 n.mult* William, wai nearly run out as Drayton was |! ivoott IW NcII I* p m 111 im 1 X A nt From lh> Thud PSS I SO a m he Ediloruia. • n. U>ndi Until Dowti 13 ID v "' Na H.1..-. BM ii is v "' u**n i riv*** i i> Debair Cominun. 1 11 i> m Nwniwl. IS um •: airn.ai. 1 |. 111 Tha. Ne*. 1 10 p m 2 IS p in iw; llpm rVwii i>al>.Hi IPUI.. 1 p in The 4 p ni The New.. 4 IS p m D*U> U p ni NUrtila at ir.. > Pai-Kitv 1 SO u in rrwn Ih rremiM. S SS p m ln'nh>di 1 p n. New Brror-t 1 7 |. m The N. .. IS.IL... Mll.ll %  .. Oretmir. 9 p 111 The News, 10 p Horn* Nf*. Iiom Britain S II The I>rt>aU Comuiuei. • *J p m ere. IS p m im .• SO p III hliill. Haaf. •ft S p III World Ktlmn ssaaa. "Sorry I can't *•• you!" ^/Don't let this 21 happen to you Don l be torry — ft* sat'* using Amofin. Pr...—. -*.-—.. i Iff* hen Id-:.l Inr traveiliitpe b> road, rail T^jl Do It Every Time B O MAKE iTEASY FOR THE HAJSFCAJS AND 16 BEAT THE COMPETISH — CHOKE CEREAL ANNOUNCE? A ZiPPE"? BOX COST ? A HuNPPED THOUSANP FlSH — &f SEWTLeMtiN! THfJ It IT.'COST US JIOQOOO IN ttSBARCH BUT iTS IN09*U EVERY PENy.' THE coNsuAieH MEPE-y PULLS i^e STR.\S AHQ ZlPPt! TH£ C: can stand a pressure of 14 cwt on I $43.5 CAVESHEPHERD&COJ 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREi AUSTIN REED OF REGENT STREET A SMALL SHIPMENT Of COLLAR ATTACHED DRESS SrJ COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED SrJ SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED Sffl WOOL SOCKS — NOW AT — C. B. RICE & O OF BOLTON LANE



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jfjDAY. 1ASVABY tt, MW THE B-.BBADOS ADVOCATE The Truth About The Jungle War \i\ .1 i ooM p onda w t) R lily M.,I1J il( • mh about the Malayan campaign? K be shortened i' on| will it last? What do the ^•p'l'rut about it'.' T nisi returned Iran inyestiuatini; these and other j^ior* ' nswers "1... aIf the ad" OTidlis in London. ', „l iJir troop"? i The jungle school boys an *T.h. 10 OOP British iroops t up to the job. Iliiui.l. lafjst Ai 'Spit And Polish The Coldatreamen and Scots ir also angry gf so much -pn and polish." l-.-ii the hanUits bush after ambush local papers ran o „i cUlr0 ot lbe Scots Guards ,,„ ^„ Me „, KulLl Uimpur. ii i,„i kl d j llk y^ Horse Guards Parade! 1 think thewhole situation can be summed up thus: COLD OUTSIDE *£*_* K>*£C*sr Fro,r y Far. 0-jT TVionojr-Torms lik*V if uiarm saalls are noTevenly di'iTriboIiJ. Bulgaria Gets A New Cabinet often have In K-itecj .h.--' battle and iroop f at pail trai What is the present jag of the length of hr w>> %  I %  a war would liv lengthy of ttiiverj dill 'ill rounUw:> t %  toe campaign's progress indu %  %  M •pinion al minors .ind lm is itui Uilngt % %  •' betb SIT brim nton i. •-. by rjsrr methods and lark nf DM writ il Ihr lop. Ukel< %  rebels' ammunition holds I; ibad condition i i I Hang h uiar is %  fought nt half-cock %  This wei I It annoiiii' t %  pin !h<' ( mglc m. But, in fact, it was by onlv 40 i &UHI> dn i||^ .411(1 trundled u point which %  %  arc vir Bui ,%  inched." UMn ,. :tnour. •m* Arc Keen \ ni | Clever llOOl h,s %  ana Ugi,,,., |)(ll k fo| Tiir 11. W been pauMi ()ll „, ; fcssians Slill alkingOul r SUCCF..SN ,.u'' JUomt Ta •"Unit... •"H.tionali.1 •wT'";' UnUi i/iiDuret 1-ir.fp.-,., 'Gleaner' Attacks Ministrv of Food i 11.in Pace I falae ompartion ol tiw GVeM in : priMliu tlGi. by basing UM 'n;niianson on the puny production of 1938. "That was the very year !ho Royal Commission had to be sent to the B.W.I" the "Glc:mvi tU'•lai.~. The commission made findings on dismal coadUkm In the Caiibbean so shocking thai his Maje.>t>'s Government was ashamed to publish the report until 1945 because of the comfort it would give the King's enemies. Further support for all West Indian protest was cabled to the "Gleaner" yesterday by i Ihe The West Indian" ot Grenada as follows: "Your Press mes*e> was strengthened further i to-day by the editorial caption j "British perfldy". urging the Legislature to re-affirm their support. The newspaper concludes; "Our i support continue—(By CaWe.) The pre-war mentality hns returned to Malaya. \ War Office spokesman asked n1 nil ivpurts of allege'! m 'in the length o' iiaign. said: — "From Ahe very beginning naili* Dnlng was on the basis ot operations, and no attempt to conceal this has ever boon iTiihimilitary. %  "I with we touid tell you ho* long it will laj) The ipokeavntn Hid that ir Mill ; %  '.• %  llitj ara thrown on lh< most junior officers. Uw same in the No-th African campaign," he added. itlle. isolated groups of R.A.C. vehicles or Infantry from the mi. n "In those conditions the lienlitical independence" of Haiti. The complaint referred to a plot broken up on December 19 to assassinate Haitian President Dumarsais Estime, and several other high officials. The Committee has criticised the Dominican Republic for giving its President special war powers in its dispute with Cuba. Dominica took this action after accusing Cuba of preparing a new attempt to invade the Republic. —tRealcr.l Belize Protests Devaluation 0 From Page 1 benefit the Rniish exploiter, they will be eating still worse." Unconfirmed reports say that the merchants* suggestion that government drop rice control and raise the wages of all workers in the colony was i ejected by government on the ground that wage boosts would defeat the purpose of devaluation. The People's Committee leaders are furious over a letter from government informing them that the people's memorial proustiog devaluation of the dollai is beni* urgently considered by the Secretary of Stale. Mr. Creech Jon.-s. Smith said: "I do not want Creech Jones to consider his own blunders. We want the King tad Parliament to consider Creech Jones' blunders." The Committee u conattarinfl Informed Poliee: Arrested For $lm Boston Robbery BOSTON. Jan. 19. Police today raided %  house where they seized l.OOo rounds of ammunition, and pickca up three men for questioning, aflat aft ex-convict's telephone call about the Boston $1,500,000 robbery on Tuesday. The man who tipped off the Police told them that he was the driver of the escaped car used in '.he robbery. They found four boxes of ammunition and a revolver of the type used by the gunner in the holdup. The Police Captain said that the man named all those who look part in the robbery, three other ex-...: New York Police arrested the informant shortly ..fter he had made the telepho-* call from tavern -Renter. Moog Guarded By Police BERLIN. J„r Special Police palroU today gt.aiding the Weet Berfci. Hospital, where Leonhard Moog, prominent Liberal Democrat, who I yesU.ida> resigned his paw Finance Minister of the Ea-r man province of Thunngia. walying. Herr Moog had requested Police protection, fearing that he • might be kidnapped, a Polio spokesman said. The former Fm.incv Minister entered the hospi; tal on Saturday, after a motot accident From his sick bed, lv %  Ubmttted his resignation % %  day, and received in ratUj Ultei CrOOl tht I'lcnuii i f %  ingia, Werner Eggerath. nfUfai to accept the lesignatwn calling on him to return to hi—Reul'-i LJ.K., French. L.S. Citizens Interned 0 r'rom I'aae 1 ll lln'.ish or Americans" thei < 10 yvan laboui lor i a Japanese doator, an tti lib. The MX %  rain ilao aUtgtdb Mtv b) i German itunate of SMbaenhauaM who arn.. Action Group's Berlin i > day. Tin Oroun wag gbU b of their names, but was unwilling to publish them for ti pnsals against the inc A Brttuh pok< lm .iction VKNUd I"' taken by the British authorities until M tru available > een collect* %  .i and tudied Reuier's cnrreapondatV to hear the accounts himself. Al four persons spoken to v. i making gtateroanti ind tion their the camps. —Reulrr. -/N 1950 SOFIA. Jan. 19. The Bulgarian Parliament lada] elected a new Cabinet proposed by Prune Minister V. -il Kolarov they are as follows VIcePr i aH iaH: Velko Cher.e.!kov. a member of the Polilburc Vladimir Poptomov. I Member who is also Foic -n Minister. Rayko Damiai.. bureau member and Speaker In Parliament, and •! rnm i Mi abler* imciu.i. R ; v C'hrutozov; EduCBl I Fiiuiuc Kmi Laaai %  Bad! Naidenov. IXi. General Georgi Damaianov. ber of the Politbureau; I'ne Trade; Pelo Pelovski. fonnei baasador to Belgrade, port In Trade; Dimiter Qanev; Agriculture; Titko ctm Icmber: Forest: %  Popov; Construction Bl iioi Ivanov; Communal I PMa K.imcnov; Trans|> : Polnbiire.ui Men I PosU and Telegr;n I Cbava; btdugtry anil Ifli i I'.llIiHH, ..,! R %  Health: Pmtm Kolan r, : i Tcrpevphev. Politburem, nwoa %  iba % %  one la non-part] %  %  it Rarlo 1 1 OB of Si ll Control tnd Comn Ait and CurtUM. They will all have the rank of Minister—Reater. Because You Love Things Nice Just Opened .. The Finest in Underthings by the Famous VAN RAALTE BRASSIERES PANTIES SUPS & NIGHTIES AT THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET. 10VES (iiticura ^*TALCUM ** V United States) and the British and tablin K direct to 'he King requestFrench Ambassadors asked Mrt ,n ? l f PO"onal and urgent ..„Gromyko what %  aauraoen eoulc 1 be given that the Vienna negotiations would be completed, thUI pormlttlng the Deputies to conAustrian Treaty on thbasis of the agreement U June 20. 1M9. —( Pakistan Would Clwose Russia Before India KARACHI. Jan. 10. ir Firoz Chan Moon, former High Commissioner of un divided India in London, loday warned Ihe Western Powei> thai ii .1 i .mi over Kashmir, it would "engulf the whoit subcontinent in an ideology, which would not be favourable solldale the CommonwealUi. Ho hail noticed a chango ul atlilude among the Amtntar People and Government. He hoooc „ that they would quickly take ,>un-ble attitude 0% t Dining n stormy debate or ii the Pakistan Parliament, he i pooplo ui Pakistan would much ratbat '> %  i Sovier afti 4 %  In the debate, ovanil members %  United Sta nsponsiblc %  or the pti iiK-k over %  Su Lflroi Chan \li-m said, "i( Pakistan is looking to the I'liitui Nations for .1 solution ol i regret i king in vain." He Security Council was "a plaything' In the hands of the United states and Bnt.iiii. Beth had favoured India over Kashmir, ibe United Btl i nmmunisni, and Bi Italn i" 'ed to con. PAKISTAN GETS £400 LONDON. Jan. If. Dr. A. E. Moitiii.* \ . i to the Pakistan (; nnuatKA, said here today that the British Aoademj had voted £400 to the Pakistan Government for further cxeavation nt Mohenio-Daro. • i said 'hat the sum had ad from the bequest left by the sideration ot the memorial. In the middle of the afternoon. Smith and Secretary George Price travelled to the Western Guateinala border town of Cayo and the village of Benqueviejo'to lead in anti-devaluation demonstration to-nighl. A demonstration o( people from ill five districts to Beluv is planned In naad The government release al 3.00 P in. stated that the gift-report is peardei) %  duUnctlon or some confusion with the -!50.000-riollar grant to subsidize iood after devaluation. An emergency cable has been seni to the Secretary to clarify the n-poit.—(Ry Cafir.) WomanFigiiUSnakt' Audience Didrit Know LONDON. Jan 19. While a Czech snake dameMadame Kochas. struggled for her life with a three-yard long booon a London theatre stage las.' uighi. .1 2.W0 ti.>t >k > audience < lapped loudly, thinking it was all part of the act. The snake, "Reil", locked its tail round Madamo Kochas waist and began to lighten ilself round hei m>ck. When she slumped streaming to the floor, her husband and the singe director rushed to hei Hid, Between them they loosened ,li,. U, the Academy by the late Ml ~;r !" !" m \ !" >' '"*"i"l ON u. famous for his arch-! !" no'a as the curi. aeological work in the lndo• %  Pakistan sub-continent !" —Beutrr. "" m was on the stage again In nutes.—T iNo Basio Changes in Spanish Ki'gim*' MADRID. Jan 19 An authoritative ottdal itold "Reuter" 10-mghi published abroad, alleging that basic changea are pending in ;K Spanish regime, ran lie categorically denied." This denial referred to reports published abroad that the 12 members of Spain's Council ol tl Keaim. which last and afterwards paid a visit to General Franco at the Pali.ce of Ei Panic, him Italy to lead to beak the present Spanish regime. — (Reuter. I'llAT hopeku icdint thai >ou'r too eesk, .inipi> aasasa tn..i u >c been 'Jinn K*. ninth oil Ol >uf i>od' iishorioi two 1 %  lagtbse lm Mbj). 'cm Tissue, strengthened To pui yeu ^htii "" "ecil 'SunaioaM pliosphorut .uid pfON> %  u thai ihc> *i< >iuickl> si I %  mid nulil) lie* larOUgh Nouf "hole bod\ %  % %  gautea mur.* ol Sjoaiotcn' ioUy. 1 ami 'Iruggitll mh ,.( m rrstofes health, ygggg and >if*!h) TV ".W \*r-to vi n\ 1 rortu I nun vmrfit lif*ilftnmU Acheson Advocates rt A Free Choice" WASHINGTON. Jan. 19. Dean Acheson. United State. Secretary of State, announced today that the United Stales wai ready to vote for a resolution In the United Nations leaving eacn government %  free choice in resuming full diplomatic rauUloii with Franco-Spain—(Reuter.) To Be Recalled SOFIA. Jan. 19. The Itulgarian Government hai asked the Yugoslav Government for the immediate recall of their Ambassador. First Secretary of the Embassy and Consul gfl tofte. the Bulgarian News Agency announced hentonight. LK>llllt! TO-DAY ?.!• i 8.M n* Coiillnulni 141 8.3 20TH CENTURY-FOX "KVF.RY (ilKL SHOULD BE MAIMED" . Starring . Carj CRANT t, Franchot TONE with Dianna LYMM IIIIAKI: He Wont Say "YES" She Won t Take NO Til' K y ..Ii .unit, s of bwhclor baby doclor uho mala U su> ilnilr I What raa hr d7 Ha luca aller him ..ill. l:v>Tylhln >hr'< iol . and l.lnlhf r. .hr's Kv^rMhing. K X f R A I "MAN I CURED* with LEON -ANNE GRAIN HEL WATE"*: ... OARRV1 • .Now Showing (by Public llrniiind) al . KOV/M. THBATRB — Mai. & Niighl Shims Daily i\IMY LTD. p oKDeaics Bic 'dR.|Mirt t. hwn 'I" 1 %  aaW MM MARINE HOTEL | Our Kitchen is now open to 2 am. DELICIOUS FOOD | Special Menu for light evening Suppers a Also A La CARTE DISHES, STEAKS. CHOPS and CHICKEN So alter a lair Cocktail Party com* and try — %  aaaaaaawMl Pi — Good Service. Telephone 3S13 •--.-.-,-.-,--v MAY ALL HAPPINESS Be youra during ihe ('hristmaa Season, and may the Year 1*50 be one marked indelibly in your memory ai a year ol Success, Expansion and AchieVemfnl LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. 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PAGE FOUR THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY .1 \\f\ny ^ J BARBADOS Elii* r SIX CEXT TREES A JOB FOR EVERV ONE Friday. January H MW Elementary Teaching IN a circular to Ihe ht>adtearh(! Elementary Schools, the Director of cation has suggested the teaching of Latin. Spanish, mathematics and science as additional subjects to the present curriculum. The matter has been widely discussed by teachers, and the general public gradually tensing the implications of the change, are now wondering what will happen to the educational system of this island. There are two general comments to be made in any examination of the issues involved and they open up wide fields of discussion and give rise to grave anxiety. No one could object to additional subjects in an attempt to produce the ideal system but it is necessary to ensure first that the teaching of subjects now on the curriculum in the elementary schools has reached the highest standard; and secondly that there is an adequate supply of teachers and equipment to embark on the teaching of these additional subjects Close examination of the details of the change must involve the employment of fetal knowledge which has B been brought to bear by any body" of experts in this island. The first approach to the matter, if such change were found to be desirable and necessary is to ascertain how manv teachers in the 126 elementary schools are qualified to teach the subjects which it is now proposed to add to the curriculum. Any such census might disclose that the number is too small to justify the attempt. It is true that there are teachers in the elementary schools who Cambridge and School Certificates, but becau'. lOB which obtained under the old pupil teachers' system before, assistants would have studu mentary algebra and geometry at the third and fourth year examinations in preparation for the certificate examinations. Such smattering ol knowledge as they gained in mathematics was forgotten by the majority •on as they had qualified. Even these ns added together could not supply one qualified teacher fa school. There arc perhaps a number who entered the teaching service on the strength of the Cambridge or School certificate ami be able to teach Latin up to the required •Undard; but those qualified to leach Spanish are few and far between. It is clear that the time which would be ied in the teaching of extra subjects • should lie devoted to the fundamentals on which all the other educational attainments arc based. The present standard as evinced by the performances of those scholars who now leave the elementary schools is far from satisfactory and to reduce the opportunity to improve this condition is far from I able. The question arises as to the furnishing of equipment. TBS) books used in tl mentary schools are now furnished I mment; and the question arises whether it is proposed, and from source, to supply the necessary textbooks ar.ish, mathematics and science. The parents of pupils of IB* schools have been described as pe opV are unable to meet the financial df I of education for their ctiildi much they might desire to do so. It would follow naturally that they arc unable to supply textbooks for the additional subThese details seem to raise issues • a before any attempt can introduce the change suggested. %  question of tile primary function school The teaching three Ba has been tsU I mucn comment and criticism in this laid teaching of English which il to any citizen of the British I say the least, highly unsatisfactory To add subjects which will detract li ary function of the schools dislocate the *>v LAST bristled witr. Il> LM W.I.I. type of individual permitted enjr.d for whal purpo"imiln Individual seeks to enter equal Colony, such mm. be retarded >• meenon. For example. •ne-e are mem the street ol Bridgetown who are] lund H< Vrr4 lsWrfiii.-r LONDON, (By Mail). THERE will be jobs for almost ... Br ; IK working population in unemployed Notrtof them are! !950 no matter which he election Barbadians by mrth. and while. in the opinion of Labour Ministry ..mciais and iianril ~ o lh ** r P 11 *"' maT ""* te tnrir ow '' experts in industry and u :T the local ewniuiutyare ^ forecast f or continued lull em) '' %  '" I^T^LT^Ji'J^A^^ ment, however carries several important rewould certainly see* ;e took no part m the .ble^orenv Had •£*><££ servations: that no new dollar crisis forces 9 STunS'tS-iZ.SSS&g&S' £? ^^n!£-£. "'* !" ts mimports and that industrial peace Enthralled .peeutors also learnof the hammer from Chai-man them on their arrival. P~ !" un ! is preserved. ed thai fishing euu smith, who cnplained that he they had come • % %  "' h "J If supplies of raw materials can be main-' Colon, exempt from could not hew. but from the atttadult aye. ttvejcouM be senlea* &&%u! R W B BAKED %  a m — AUSTRALIAN BAaTLTTT BASTOS POR". Bottle OIII\MIt For TO-DAV led n! Lhing til Uau.ll, ^ 3 15 2S 51 VniMFA M IB 1! fl ! LB here when ol j enter fc.~Cota "l"'not hear"."buTfron. the atUadult W. *S r ^ *** n B iS5 custom, duly. nd mat iabertude ot mo* of the honourable and the !" ^*E£MJM3man is a "nshe • %  en he M not rrnann. very where it ^^a^Trvnldad col ashes from a kal IBs prospects of forests •.a deposit from any""*. !" luxury y wood, dottta* th>. uland matter from whatpart of the at, wa landscape are a. far away as m %  *•*•. who amve, .Tthout a re"""" %  mMt *" mt iefTnit^lS "witnoTS? coHec, ,„. „„ I. .mend the Nat ^ £,£&. ment tide G Act of IMS proJuced becomes Ihe financial responsibUelec-.ed BOMM M P> *>* >nt*r-sting commenu from ity of the ••.sanding' ^^ !" m f ix , r( ..., ...... M i Mr A:: m %  ffM wOm 4 %  M IMc. a abate idMM k u the proposal to make i x of strangers to the Colony Mr Allder's mind. ch is comPBymentof -ix neighbouring islands and rnendable. but this; island, as Mnewly plante-j %  'u rth *r AeH. Mr AlWer Crawford pointed out cannot (mahogany an-i X" that strangers entered the afford to hinder, much less kee.i Ihe "pv-< %  Uw clauic island without any difficulty, and out. those who would come here that once .ained as long as they wished, fur the purpese of. . %  %  )[*•-' that the-* peop.e crcaung employment. Wr.cn ^peaK•ributed little to the well beining on the matter of gove-nmw.. m this, it would subsidy for approved trees. Mr. ,1 you are I., r "' AHder favour, a Allder referred to the saying of your six • %  o*t'Onn. which, it being "ehsesaper to ouy mUk than aforementioned >x throughout the road of history, has j^fP-J^T"-^" 1 !" !" *. !" 1 cents will cost a fine %  f SM.00 for not proved a payinj game The cow there will be no milk uniesa DM firs* „ ubia rhjt senior member for St John warn be imported in tins, and unless ed nte Government of the danger Barbados has more empk of strangers being permitted u tcugher A ill ;: become fo.;h<*D nour was srK: %  r ihe Colony, setting up busiwho seek work In other words. ness and employing lecal labour it is far mo.-e expedii" I colt so accurately quct< ;„ w wages. It If regrettable island to encouri,;.' out ; ;;*e. rather than see--. tl it could be. but surely low deter it. certain.;. ifsa must be regarded as l As to the importauon of fishing %  no wages at all. equipment, Mr Reece summed i:p Too many employers are honestthe whole situation in a nutshell. *• ly unable to afford to pay the Some members apparently had the members in the discussion, the standard of wages that tl k* that such a move might tend chances of shelter from the sun wlsn and rather than release emto benefit those whr fish for %  ees. offer reduced earnings, pleasure rather than 'nose whe implanted mahof ia:Thai there are unscrupulous emdo so for a livelihood, but as Mr. Ina trees appear exceedingly replovers cannot re denied by any Reece emphasised, it nr)k*i no r made a most Mn e person, but to suggest that difference who catches the fish — practical sunne*'. raiders coming here for the it is the fish that are reeded. that fruit %  • rpose nf business are corning There Is an excellent structure the clas .: .... to bleed and exploit the along the waterfront in Bndgetrees, reasoning I Ing man is a fallacy town that I have often admired. era are to be ; %  .-ier It may. 1 think, be regarded i ting to the thai greater preone of life's little idiosyncrasies be taken as to the a fish market without any fish. tamed and there are no big strikes, unemployment is not expected to become a problem! before 1951. The post-war boom Is expected to last at least another vear, but no one is preparec to predict the outlook for 1951. By then Marshall Aid will be running out and if Britain's dollar export drive is not a huge success the nation's factories will be cuitailing production or closing down for lack of raw materials. To-day in Britain some 22.255.000 people are in civil employment, another 740.000 in the armed forces and only 323.600 registered unemployed. The remainder of the working population is made up of men and women j released from the armed forces who have; not yet taken up employment. Labour exchanges throughout the countryhave more than 366,000 jobs open, and as the ] Ministry of Labour points out, a large num-, ber of the registered unemployed are actually; in the process of transferring from one job to another. DETAILED SIRVEY COMPLETED TOOLS STANLEY BLOCK 4 S..IOOTH PLANES RAPIER PLANES S. PLANE IRONS STANLEY CHISELS & SCREWDRIVERS SPoKESHAYES HAND DRILLS SLIDING T*BEVELS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS BACK 1 COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS and many othrr ll*rm lo lalarcal good n earth d'd you man%  ** said Foreign < i von Loesch, like other high members of the Clerrr %  %  s arrested and interne*! Friends of mine saw him ant, .hat he was "(--opera'.'on Lotsch," so one wJ nis British inlerrogators told ma, "is all out to please. He baJ given valuable information.'" Soon altar that I heard from port if he wished and to claim him myself. Von Loesch wrot << of i Bri:isii ciuaaa over to say that he had applie<* evtrywhi '.rid except llv Srl'loii lr lintr of what is called dual i. ,. mi. His m§ a dipiomat -t th" r.tion. And he apparently n.ade use of that circumstance of birth ha and secured recognition II. I|>< il His Work For Hill, i (The British Institute of Management rc-j cently completed a detailed sur\'ey of jobis drifting and discovered that one man in S seven and one woman m eight drifts in and| out of jobs after staying in them for less 'hanjj a month.) ;. Only one important trade is worried about $ unemployment at present—ship-repairinu Ig For industry as a whole the demand is :< i ^ more, not fewer, workers. ;. No one can predict just how long this will last. The Trades Union Congress, pressing for wage restraint, has warned the working man that there is a very real danger of mass unemployment. This is not entirely politics, des).. fact that the TUC is the backbone of the Socialist Party whose main campaign slogan is that the Socialists alone can maintain full employment. The TUC. in its policy statement, lias forcefully pointed out to unions the things that happened when the World Wai I boom! burst suddenly in 1920. Unemployment rocketed from 300.000 to 1,500,000 in less than a year and average earnings fell by nearly one-third. If Britain's "crawling'' dollar drive is not quickly stimulated, if the export sales opportunity offered by devaluation is not quickly grasped, the same situation o Britain low again. Only Marshall Anl. oA* dall admit, prevented large scale unemployment m the last few years. The outlook for 1950 is coloured by this iMSI Cv&fy JC&M • Oil Will IS Mli til Ol HUM! Pfr a. GOND \ i III ESI \l MOND8 m SaaUt TENDER LEAF TEA HEINZ SI 9AI CE KKAH MATONAI8SI MAMIO ( III I M 1 -I N-IT EVAPORATED MILK MAXAM BEEE *\I'SAGES EORT liARRV HAKIM; POWDBR l'INEAI-1'l.l. I \M I \l nils ( Kl Ml II! \( KI Rg -I II 1NA8 OLA< I. i III.i'.li a KEI> KlllM.V BEANS I l lb Pfr nd alxo lo help him in getting 'ESCII certainly made "leased considerable funds full u. of '.he Brith passport hich his EnIuh-bor.i motne: I asked him -W^!." he hd "in the years before ihe Irtt h n _._f D '"..J^"; Karl, with ^n engas:i A Man I'll l.ikr In >l,. I %  .mpression it made on hls ^ ^^ To me as he sat in m;. „ intfMi „ mmmm ;o know %  %  DO to g:ve rt to A man who. position in in 1M0 and hi il.mmler's SS (> .lent to leu ten Not u %  %  i %  i %  him a Bntish passport %  M by the British of Enemy pi .fess 1 never dreamec that he would succeed in getting art back. To my all-toople mind it seemed that, if %  was British now. then he had ,_ .... been British all throuuh • over in the w th tWMlldlur ,| } moanlnal r ^."h'S' !" >" h "> committed treason. ri.an Embassy—had proBut presumabry I did not make ihT^C17 Vndustrv" cannot' i"usYv"denands' ml allowance for the leja. i!! e s i. tel lnauslr > cannot satisiy aemanas. The heavv electrical industrv is swamped Siun.sfvM Scott A f .. Lid. ''I'SS.'S.'SSSSSSSS*'-'*'*'*** -: •'. o-^ -, •-. -, --', -, ',VX-0MM British passport returned lo him, and he giving my name as a referent e. He wanted it for the sake c.. nis two daughters, he Bxplali . :' I believe (.mployment will idy throughout the year. The nationalized coal mines are crying! (or more recruits and every ton ol surplus coal mined should sell overseas at high prices! at least until the end of the year. Although there is unemployment in the, ship-repairing industry, building var I orders in hand {due to the big demand for! tankers) to last for nearly 18 months. allowance for the leg; BOW intricacies of dual nationality. rbow, here he come* I England, and spends Chnstma; i equipment. "I wo -.' srtflsj and diiu*;..ill three have CANNOT SATISFY DKMANDS Despite the breaking of production targets. with home and overseas orders for special : i alt less tniilwh passports as weU) in London Won't be much of all thi Q f confidence that tht after about a fortnight I feat. iii Wmm Oiu I . IM^as*-' I 1MD v nng NN t.t him Urf \\ haiV onToday British will allow him at least enough of his mothers money to! have his children educated in Britain, and perhaps more than that. 1 wonder wi-.. of this case, I am asking too mud) if I invite our legislators the whole uf the procedure in the granting of natu~ and passports to ( uurt wf Ordinary at 11.M am. Mi II \ V^uibaMi lecture* it HlltLsti (i.un.il on rUrbado* HUlor> at 8.1." |> Ml The textile industry needs thousands more before they can achieve reasonable) delivery dates for their full order books. Potteries are m the same position. The task for 1950 will be to provide more I workers for essential industries. The job} switch will not be easy due to the sr of living accommodation and the retu of many work. 'heir home towns. The Ministry of Labour, through the Control of Engagements Order, has pown ibour but to date it has it. In the lasl quarter only seven "directions'', were made, all requiring men to remain in coal mining or agriculture. Should serious unemployment come in any| The von Lotsch passport is I somewhat fantasUc illustration of principle, of which there are thousands of other examples; that for manv for-I industries the Ministrv of Labour could, bv today !" the'^af'u^ 1,1,; ,he P 01 passport is purely a [stave off trouble for a time by directing the i>f convenience, not ,,[ %  unemployed to work in industries which —1.1 s still need manpower.—LN.S. YOU #.v sim LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL DRESSING Ml In Paisley DrMjjvitH ALL WOOL TWO-TONE In Assorted I ulorc SSI THE rojiJHff HOW'S *OK THIS IIAllW* dime in and make your srlectfn lm DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT •******s*s*ssss& t &>s***sss**sr*** ] ***** Ol II III touts BAY I I l tl ir 4 oi |MM .ilion I \ plains I i i lira I I Urlrir.i> Sii|i|l> To Th* Editor. The Advocate U or. Tuesday avt ^ In Uu 1'iess. In the i applauded before individual singadvisedly) understand that %  i< were halfway through their tolerable' mode of behaviour all our Consumer* and the Genii-l piece of metal. Leal Thusiasl" meant to prevail 1 should like to inform >i.. currtd whith cauaad ..ith understandable diploRAU'H DE H ol the extremely critical position damage and tin mac* at the shamefulness of suth H '.o romnuuioi. station due lo failure tain parts are obi uf the two nan Generating Sets land. We h&\< ti | %  -ed as a major eatasly dismantled un h trophe. We had hoped that with overhaul and the oth.: these two new SeU in operation wanting we would have been in a position when all M-eded and only general* a magi long overdue overhaul! on our K W in iheir ; Instead ot lhat we One of them how> rer i iuiil aurselvw in a worse position In such a bad on than we were last September may ha The situation is as follows. Two new C iets. of 950 KW gvai %  >> 885 K W and 50 KW. ha> f RI5 K W on ord.I %  % %  an altitude, but let me hasten to him. Diplon,. Local Talent cares is wasted. You must never call a spa \, -n offences n lenedied %  An. don't imagine that this mai-J;.s found 01 Pit—it U not. The hateful uplieard also upstairs and i tain sections of the House I must be stopped, and the method d.scu*red the matter am going to suggest has been ii*e*i*e dumbfounded ..mi. I January 19, 1950 >/(!(/( %  ft \(,f fi H t „ %  To The Editor, The Advocate SIR.—1 was shocked and disgusted at the decision given on Friday evening last at the local n taleni All Star programme he..i !" „ ( lhe ^ ncl at the Globe Theatre. Many people wit'i whom I have were t the Cedric Phillips. > simple, and doesn't OI ""horn incidentally 1 hold no .;Tect those who behave decentlv. brief, was far and away the most 1 icttt g^pjll talented performer. .I man with precise reminiscent of Nat Cole and suggest ieeded to sing it twice moN Friday night to the delectation f and the disgust of the Phillips, on the L showed h. ; | versatility by singinn such widely solitude". Moon" lo his own accompaniment. Il would be in the Inton the success of future showManager were to announ. i are supposed to and wonderful decisions. CINEMA | 1 St#4R* ~l< fr tin OX-TAII HMO ** ~ CROWN DID*. ORDER EARLY FROM but the though tied lie t*n_ the scum (I jsc lhe word talent programme and T'en promay be) ad navaeeni. should be c: 'issaa Ihsa mitmvA talamt nrearaxirna *nA (VLAS. H % %  -'.'.•.•.-.-,-,-.•,-.•,-,•,•.-,•.',-.•,-.-,-,-,-,•,-,',•.•,'.'•'' •/-•



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FRIDAY .] \\1 \IIV Jl>. 19S0 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Americans % a nt to Know lip To Get To Barbado* a Frn Pat' i .fa" u :< %  fiction, %  •t^'^bm.ry .908 :. .^J.s a muscular, nealr. %  Pas an aulhor has boon "Xi ii. : d "" 1 BCin Illustrated Magazine -L. numbers mon his publlca•2 "(cu*lor the Unknown, "Off JJV Their Heads.'' •Jungle In the "*,!" -Ecuador ,„d The Ga'a%  explorer, naturalist and -Cgrapher. Mr Von Ham i> "Sod with having discovered gTSuici inbo of Jicaqucs t^ians in Honduras. "S\-on Haen has the blesslnii LaeLp Barbados Publicity corniest UhH " rk on ""• Gu ""' Si.,' Barbados, but the ComJSe a" " unds %  "* """P 0 "' to S nn.nci.Uy. Benem ta the circumstances It is ina—jpd to approach the commcrEijniercsts in the Colony who SZM benefit most (torn the reZ^of this publicising ot the %  %  and enlist their aid. Tpe steamship companies ;ind • airlines, as was the case with gw guide books, were sure to Mw their routes etc. published PACE rlVE PARISH ROUND-UP 'Stella' Brings 163 Tourists '?''''+'•'•*'','.',','.'*',', %  ',*, \ HARRISON'S-BROAD ST. port of their the Public hat %  -i MM BAB. A. iiu.l.i.n.. tl„. General Heml Maior repairs an .i'J'f? !" "' tombermer. School and he Whart walls Labourer. Kill," 1 Department are also working over at Pelican Island. Two la of cattle were About 7 20 a.m. yesterday, lux-1 ury I nor % %  Stella Polaris'' drop-' : at Bridget linn white launches were moving to and fro. bringing .unorican tourists to Barbados' .holes. H V. St.lla Polaris" brought 1M paasengors. vidos uccommxiation 185 passengers: so almost every cabin was Ailed. The Invasion on Barbados started at the Publicity Comittee" where questions ranging 66 :."\IENT AT THE OLD PRICES. MASONITE 11 MOTTLFT dutributlni girts to the poor at St. Mary's Boys' School. Gifts For The BUSBEYS ALLEY GETS A BATH Needy •uffered in the Parish on Monday rom "where could a nice drink and Tuesday. In the first Instance bo bad" to "where ore the icnuorey Watts of Lower Birney's commended bathing b tichet oM reported the loss of two around here" were asked sheep valued 118.00 from his open This committee, however, did %..„„ v rv '" lle ,rl| do with the lourUbs S DOVUS .ilT "' Bl,ck Rock !" Thcy dld bK1 * "• -"mps IS Mom .„ "^ "' a ca v,lucd nd Pro Most of the vis* duruu TOUL ncl0 *d yard 'tors took advanuge of the free during Tuesday mght literature provided for them l>v An ._**_• %  ". ,hr Committee and strolled on tc. Hank" HaT.'^L'^d'a'rabou? "'" "*" "^'^ ihV^oV?.r w M d .?nr y ow b r^;'bv Prep rcd Tour Violet Hope or 2nd Avenue. Bank Seventy of them went on the) noli, and driven JJV Kenneth lour P^partxl for them bv Mr. 2? pe wi, ,he same ad <*rws. ana a U J Prrevicino. Visits were TUP crwKXttccirwT'n*. ^r. ..,. Mottley, M.C.P. from Miss lantho mond Snrinn HIE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH of St. Michael Walkes and her co.worlcefi of Thomas. D. Bus Company and driven by RaySt. John's Parish Church. Codr of Sharon. St. m uw back of the guide books yesterday decided to flush with water the gutters and Kln s's Chapel church NY. S !TS2i S l t£ !5SSu f trCet f Bus ^>'' s Alle y * from today. This is an attempt T h artlcl <* *4" [V*l 'LlZliTTL,^ to improve the sanitary conditions thorr F yesterdayevening at the St % T he l | h ; fron '*nder of the flw Alcoa steamship company yhofe hoaU only had passenger -aerva'.ion! for twelve to Barba>w were willing lo daubhthis f^ount. Mr. Von Hagen said, if & island were publicised pro%  erly in America Sonisof the literature of the Barbaric* Publicity Comtnittec %  is available m '•'"' IJ-S.A. but |t did not say how to get here, tow much it would cost and rlW ne could oxpoct to And bf The guide book would proM K nAllnrA ^w,.„ rid* tho^ answer,. It would also wJSin ^ l t "*' distributed Jar and left front fender of X Mary's bu were damaned. St. Thomas Churchwarden • Denies Charge e. O OF FAVOURITISM nnjton Colleie, Sam Lords, the Crane and Powell Spring Hotel where they lunched. Here and there, some of them could be seen around the Citv. 'specially In Broad Street, where Mr Victor Chase said that It S" 5 ^' Sct "> 1 ' <*" Por of the hadbJnb^^hUattwuon ^'" by Mrs^ E^D Motile, and ^Ano' h R ^",den, occurred on they both window-shopped and lltlon In Mn N c Dr ake assisted by wJr:vV" a %  ,bout '•' a.m. on bouht souvenirs. THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES 2.CSRADKS— HARD BOARD AND TEMPERED HARD BOARD Earh in Two Thirknesseo—lo Match 3/I" and 3 1*" Uailablc in Sheets:— U: 7: 8; 9 and 12 fl. y. 4 fl. Wide M UONIR" %  lNX'H HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL | TO i i" ORDINARY W(H)D. o that the sanitary condition In bad, to worse. It wa IB^.:' v ,-' --"-. ..tj a.m. on Wednesdaybetween one bicycle, owned by Ephroim Innus and rldhis r Busbey's iU&"^l*3~S ^J ' ft VUchae, Mr. Mottley told the "Advocate •sterday that the needs f th< kinds of things for human con-' g !" L!£* !" !" & l 'g* "ft"* %  HHSA^^S^miA vendors of vanous commodities Hardly without was any Gaum, iSftwiSS iSSWUBrMai5S5£Saft S-J?S.=S tounst seen They "shot' sumption were exhibited there h ^ %  *T r 2J'* *• ^ ,hal fu,lh b> s A R~ch o' Welches an d nd hartwur scenes. or sale. He said that there could *;r Si'l' w.ll be .oHhcom.ng ,n-he ridden by Shirity Bi.hop of M? Curio, were in good supulv. be seen refuse such as pea husk 0l very dwtant future Lord's Hill. p ' My Boatmen took some out to the : n 2r th n '^w."'!^ ? v -, in ^" yci*s were -i.ghtly damvessel and made some trade. Mr. B. A. Weatherhead enquired t^Uwlo* ri*. & I d Some of the women folk bought what was being done to secure Uv %  ite that had been agreed on at too. the purpose of providln, „T m _Jl-gJ' !" 0,n ' &£•" %  Eole 11.11 for a distnet market, •ethin. for children to read In $S?J££ n ij!JUl*'^l The Chairman Mr. J. M. Kidbt schools. Mr. Von Hagen has got in touch |tib local historians. In Grenada has a collection of West Indian Histories and documents specially nlemi from Francis Edwards in oodon. Work would begin in Hat six weeks' time on the hotograuhs and when he had lished with the writing material. ( j n-ould Qrst submit it to the L!"!? 5 *L_ J ad ...V t *".. dam * d art-ados Publicity ConimiHce for %  tins. "LUe Passed By" The second biography he is l^lanmnK lo write is that of Squier American explorer who "exfnced a little misfortune and passed him by." Accompanying Mr. Von Hagen I his trip from Grenada here LtColonel Keith Stewart tin itith West Indies representatlv ?„ th„ ^ '" lh T "' e Purchase had'been made but niK given to repair damage done ... va ,„ h haniU „( ih.. ..,. to S* houses by the August ["tors on bo^Ss .(1—49, high winds. Hi' was replying to a suggestion by Mr. V. E. Reeves that there had been favouritism | n the granting of aid to thosiwhOM Christ Church Vestry Meets For First Time IN 1950 No Compensation his leg in the sen-ice of the Department, had received no Sandiford men from which with the authorities of "the St. Thomas parish," the recommen:;"" "' rr ;.~~,"1I dation for help hud boon made, 0n The slaUm was not correct. granteo. S JS&i re was no* —*-•—• •the The Chairman told members %£ %  £***• "' %  J 1 K R ""U"" that Mr. Mottley and himself had .,,%'; %  "•Jin" .•ittendod ., matting with the La, M ,*: Tolm ? 'banked bour Commissioner at which it !? r lu ? k 1 1 !" "" Uudley Grant of Ua, Land, and -i The Christ Church Vestry at „"'>' %  • owned and ridden bv their meeting yesterday, wad:, e '''''"" Thompson of Market 'omed the new members, Mrs '' • s Ge orge. The right pedal I a m.i *a .. ^ '....^.i s. ..i. *a s ycia were flowers, both natural and artlfln inird accident occurred ut the rial, which they took aboard for corner ol Bay and Fairchild decorating their rooms. Streets at about 7.30 am. on Tues'Jf\ iielween the motor lorry Coming on lo nud-d.y, many T 'i C owned b y lhe Barbados of the strange faces were miss.Ni hone Co., and driven by from the City. Some of then IT CAN BE PLANED, SAWED. POLISHED OR PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED. 11 is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions, Door Panels, Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops l.ic. Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More. NOW IS TIIK TIME TO BUY. PHONE 2K64 FOR PRICES. l fork of the damagad •h_sald that ",„ ,on,unct,on L !" .^"'".S: ^Sr^.'Si ri !" ^! A letter wa, road from Nurse .*.. y^zz^z: v c.iicid,,:' 5 :,";;;:!,,^",?^, uasfft* ent was mid?by "" rb Uos N ""' A,s„-,al„„, who S2R * *gff* '' Th dOM by members of the Nurses :i for IIHIUM: o DetiMitUo night lire^—of unknown origin— broke out at about 2.30 p.m. The canes are the property ot Mi (i s Ih:.l hf> usnitlri n ^hn^-l ...4.W ,, v*.ail|.JiUUItt. „. .__,_, Kz-TTtsriss* ^T-'ir^y**'. i^r^^^mm !" lam Associates, Inc. They are mts at the Marine Hotel. rtpein allowed as far as the money and he would noncy who had worked with the Depart!" do lne "•m* work make I menl from 1942 to 1M8 h f Elementary Schools o i.T,s I i,.( _ 1 hliMh r.l^J -1. a 1 ., „ 'avourilisin occasions. His leg was amputated Mr. Rcovos said he did not see in July 1948. He was recomliow Qovannnant could give the mended to the Churchwarden hy Churchwarden money to spend the Finance Committee for %  penwithout ti committee being formslon and was given three smUiniis i^/?HTh 1 ra:e V ,V l ht • "' ,hq VK r V to *'••'•> him '" P" "'!'••>"< August 10, IM* rnour and Shipping Oftlce yesthe spending. •sbips Mr. J. H. Thome said that as A Wicked Allompt ho understood Uw matter, GovMr MoUlev ^y lh .„ „,„.„ ,„. ornnunt hod told Ihe Vestry to | lstC ne %  A S. Edwards. Balldish on Wednesua> and up to 8.00 Mahon and he would The members pointed out that Pn> Mon A G fin'*'"!. Mr. J.E around and the statement made was certainly Webster, Mr ton, and -.. Wftlnesiiii.. and Up to l jn < ommiitcc The Churchward' %  no yeotoixiay I, Mr. J.fj. J ^1 NMBE Two stand pi pel to leave port tomorrow for *'""" ** n ,h,y had nrnrihave been erected in th. Cent via Trimdau in 't"*t hcr a l was obviously false. oeaan Repreaeniativfa: Mr. J. E One is situated at Hranctn Mr. Chase finally moved, secWebsld Hon. D, G. LeacocK the o-Jier at Hackieton (I iff Th.onded by Mr. Weatherhead that *—"M Rolle: Mr. G. C Warplications of persons who applied for relief in taxation. An application an Investigation into the conduct Hon A C '^'ttens, Mr. C. M. of the labourer who had made the BW? 1 Mr J %  w< slateinent. be made by the Fin!" r P*niVlclno Playing Field* anee Committee who should taki <'onimm*e; Mr. Fred Goddard. appropriate action M.C.P. Mr. n C Griffith, MJn V. Carier, Mrs II A. Talma Mi New I ...i i in. J O. Gall and Hon, A. O < The Chairman told members Omet*r> Hoard: HIM A Q Oltu.ie gotnf back lo the ship hi row boats and launches. The last launch leaving thl baggage warehou %  • eveoing ended th. .'.h the louii I Polaris" was starling on its way to (I: The %  steii.. Po net. arrived under Captain Dahi Messrs Robert Thom I.hi.. .-tcr l-ifhtln Cammllwho WM Chairman ol ihe Com" "Planter" brought pickled of "Club Union." to be done was the installation of ***• !" c C Ward. Mr. Victor L r i0nc "' ."""ounced tti % retng•nd beef, powdered milk Mr. Collins said lhat he had electricity and the erection of the Chase. Mr. F Goddard. M< p Ly* 30 wcks of oats, allother heavy taxea lo pay and he caretaker's quarters. ^ %  7 pastes, hand tools and a felt that there had been discrim•J^tor^ It sailed yesterday inatlon in the assessments of club*. • nt. Agents are The assessor's record book Machinery For Graeme I fall i conautUng of pipe and pump .-_ — assessors iCosi a ft Co.. Ltd. showed that all the clubs had been ~ -— assessed on the same basis The Ii.,! I 17 I \..ii...i ,.'t ..''.-ider Mr. Collins' %  miCO \.-^-i-| DpUciUon fevourabl) %  j, Mr. J. H. Thorne tald lhal it -HUK-'S (!;||| WH bid Ulogka] ID put i" thg plea for his case the fact lhal be engine, 4,000 bags of sulphate of bad other taxes to pay. That ho arrived here ).-i "arrived ai Qarbedoi yeah"; Dutch S.S. Haarlem" pay taxes showed that he was in the purpot* of irrigating ihe tf^k-d from Amsterdam and some way a prosperous man. entire Estate at Graeme Hall. M*"*rp. ^^m^^^-^—~^— IJ^P-ine. beer, paints, rope. ssfc"*. Petroleum staves, ad%  linileriaL hurricane lanrIIr. Wl i er -£s *•" dmon ^*Io of this vessel for Barand Mrs. H. A. Talma The old Highw.1. Con were re-elected and Mr. A. M Jones was hrough; In in place of Mr. W. T Barnes. Mr. J. O. Gall m again marie IntptetOr of Treea %  %  M. j r. W4rtMU \i, \ in tel Mi* II \ which %  *•" ,?, OoOd-rU. M C I" Mr s '"*' Mi ll OtrnM, Mr (OT O C. Ashby. A rxcum *" offwd lor Rw A T Clalnn-i. Wht unMMe nation ..nd his place was iille.77 Spent n Floods The death occurred it ha resiport last ^ I^toW Pprjnn Wh ltUngtor, of eW pHvat'o'Ve^i; a.^"bTou K h' WeSeeda?!! /^Hal^I. man Hall a scholarship other necessary machinery for G. Stoute. MaMii tenable at Combermere secondary use in the irrigation of Graeme A S. Brvdcn & Sons .t the aee school. There were two other Hall. of 44. candidates who had passed the Mr. Wexler hopes at some fuMr. Stoute after leaving school examination, but the Vestry deture date, to erect a fertiliser spent a short time in the employ cided in Whittington's favour on plant here, the mfc.Mncry for of Messrs. Colly more k Wright the grounds that the parents of which would be coming from and soon .liter sailed for the Unit. turn to |Tl*< one was able to pay their son's England. school fees and that the other was young and had another QR „.. iajaj| %  n of the Board of chance. ""' n ALLI A !" of Health informSETS UP OFFICE the amount IIWODAL'ITABI P Dl T J Hallinan. C BE, who specte-i amon' members 1*0*1? <-X|x-ndcd Uv the the recent flood Barbados he joined the Bi\den"s and rose to the position of senior salesman. md unassuming. Mr. Stoute was very popular and reof the UNPROFITABLE red here on Friday to concommercial body A more frequent bus service duct an investigation into condihe was a firm friend and enloved ^k had h^ !hlc Sl Thomai routes would tions at the Genera! Hospital is the esteem of 1 wide circle, the *ni a Icu-Jr 1 n,tr "' : ** roncesslonaires. the Retting ;iheari with the job, the large gathering •old yesterday. Medical Supei.r ,; at the West I > w sod aak-. cr, J*"'he bulk of the business dona Hospital told the sH" auMY^h!^, ?* ,he bu4e ,n lft t re was rd "v d c of th. n which |*"r hd^ L a refund transporting hawkers on momHe said that Dr. Hallinan has he was held. y from the Viw 0 ^*" recc v ,n ** and e*'enlngs. More besides set up an office in the Hospital, He leaves a wife and two chil*' %  been d-Tin su,,m 8 that the U '. thickly nopjDr. Hallinan was Dw 1 Co\rmlt-_f d nut to a P" ,a,od an d r, t ' bu * • •'' Services in Jamaica from sorrowing relatives the %  "•mem about this. empty. 1M3 tc IMf. cate" tenders sincere condolence DO NOT JUST INSURE—INVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TIME This it only possible when you lake oul your Fire and/or lliirrimne. %  i'i or Kiot Insurance with... THE BRITISH GUIANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED Thr only Mutual Fire Inuranrr Company in Barbados All policy holders share in Ihr prolil-. We are not a lariB company. Room 311 Plantations Building Ml l>ics uf Moini Insurance, Workmen'^ I ,,ni|n*u\iili<.ii. M;irint' :nul Hicyrle. Phone 434U Lower Broad Street



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CLASSIFIED ADS. 1MWHIIMH FOR RF.XT a* la* J **. u „. u~l L „ %  *• %  • II*-' B SoTirra SSjiTocA-n. ,u "J MEMORIAM HOUSEAl Worthln. Goll dull Rd ::i Church Fully Four Bedroom-, toon Verandah ..nd ui Modem MM -fl 15 1 So—Sn *e Maxwell Chrlal Furnished containing Drawinj and Dining looking lb* see i**nianci. Dial F1-AT9 fully rr.-.v.r n<| iinei I)i*l B3S4 furnished with Refrlgat Indramer. Worthing, 13 I SO—t fn I iSZlSt^;,... 0 "? 1 **! Servant Room. S^perto bathing beech. February March ,w N r mbw: December; N M -wnth Phone 4478. B I JO_, f n idft*. i tjpfl I 1 %  EfuJL ui J-tnuarr %  **• %  t: % % % % %  %  HAT-AI HlM) •M HI II \OTM>> TAKE NOTICE ^11 l-KUIH" Th*l Roberts ldanutattuxiiw; Co £2^<< 'onntrtio22, T-* 1 -n*rm-' .nd will t> month from ihe i| th a., ,* j. nuar mwmtim* jive nolle, m d-.iDl.cate to , irniton ih* irad* mark can be aeai on -petflcaUon al my dH< T Dated this lTlh d o( j„. O %  C W1IXIAMS Registrar erf Trade Mark. Ag It 1 SO—3. Kenslngton Ke-t L wwwo.J our *• ^^ %  • • — ft > %  i %  tkv r day i TRiCAL %  ^ m WBl ap*ru<< 'A %  kVl oi". Dial . %  JURE MHCAL oi hasrenca, A.U %  BUra lilaler..' H-ro". TP%  JEw .9a.,. JO it SAI.fc PHOTIVE n H P Auaun. uoid IB— u %  ;' llHlia.ni Colt a. Co. l.-.ci mmm Coat HO* V-l Motor Truck %  MHiri ordu snd co>nl ores. iMrttM. SI Philip. E II. Uood> ram IU H a M cwiuliluui Dial 18 1 30—4r wmoAiow xu>r i„„, ,„ -*TBWtn and dlnkif room,, panln — DUI MM. .men. !3125 W *E *" p '" 1 ~" 1 %  "> "^ %  r^?„*To„ s srr„ ,ra Drt month. Phon. T8 IIOUSBt—ruily fumiirid at Woodaldt Pf 1 *"* _,f %  Mld-FAruao to June HOUSE*—UnlumUhd Biaruralow -i MutwMlt. almoat new with 3 btdkmiM. accn to m PiimUMd ahinok)-. m •r al *. Lawrenc*. 3 fadrrootiv UflflV..:.hMl and (umuhrd houaw at UltiK*nl '1*3 bMnunn rumi-h.^i !loua# "Boaa Hill". St Pw^r h M %  ooma DIXON a, BUADON. Real tSSm Afffnu. Planutiona BulldlnC-V I*h ,r **"> %  m : M IMIIIJI V\1KS •I'LTION VNRESERVED AUCTION SALE HOUSE — Konday S3rd. al I p.m. %  'New Urlcjini Kntin8ton Land. Board it Shirujla houaa % | x I Kllchon. cloaet and Mtiivc pai.na> Tn-i." i-imnad. oi Covemmant Hill St Mktmt' Barbado.. B W I. haa applied lor th irjuirali.m ot a trad* m.n MUon with "Tabla Marfarina" an will be antltled to r*|later th utnafter on* month from the iBn di> o. JMiuary.ltM unleaa aom* parw.n >Jiai m the meantime five notice tn duD.irau n> me al my ofllce of oppuition o[ wcl ieitration. The trade mark can b iren on application -t my ..ftV.Dated thai 17th day i-r J_nuary, 1K0 O C W1UJAMS. Heajtitrar of Trade Mark.. ^AJI l I SO-s. nrffBAW i PREPARATORY DETARTMENT 1 The Examination will be held i Saturday neat. January 31at al t a i ot Combermere School 3. All nndidatea ihould pteaenl IbM •elvea at the Srhool from 8 a %  onwwd. -i-l brtof two aharpetird 3 The Examination about II 30 .i in 4 Suceeeaful candidatea will be nollll by poat Major C. NOOTT. T D q. RHEUMATIC PAINS Here is REAL relief. . For real relief irom rheoiBtlbc paUM it :• emtteoTiaJ to correct Uaetr eaaite. Whn tbev ait due to the KOtTOaaboa of bodily it % % % % %  that your rhich %bomU filter awar these harmful impontietJ are atagrtsh and need a moaacoc to tone them up. D> Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pill* arc specially prepared for this popOta>. They soothe and lone up tl i iorderwl kidneya o cflectieely that these ntal ocgarn speedily return to their normal 1 unction of ri ai nn a: the symtem of unpunuea. Oe Witt's Ptiu hare been J felienng rhenmatic wfferers II n many parts of the world ^ with great suoceas. This one medicine may be just what you need. Go to your will continue un'll j QIC | hM %  %  IB 1 JOin Bat Mono I'MIER THE SILVER HAMMER On Tucsda> 24th by order of trd Hutson we will sell bil Kunnlure at the Pine Lave Stuck Station, — which Includes — Cable (seat 6), Uprlghl Chairs, Ornamem' Tables, verv Rood Lounge Chair-, with CUVM ; Seats, Cocktail Cabin.-; all In Mahogany, Corner Settee. Rugs, Card Tables, Glass and China, Plated Tea Service, Dinner and To,i Bentoae, Singer SewLoe, Electric Hot Plate, Id Iron, Simmons Sin::krW d e teed and Spring with Ounptllo Mattress, Single OaK Bedsteads, Springs and Deep Sleep Beds, Mahogany and Pint? Dressing Tables, Large Painted Pine Press, Deal Tables, Larder, Kitchen Dressers, Kitchen Utensils, 3-Bumer Valor Oil Stove, and other items. Sale at 11.45 o'clock. Terms CASH. BHANKER. TROTMAN ot CO, Aucvloneers. 20.1.50.—2n. 'EAc ESTATE" BTJU; Dinh inwlna ruon. JnaB 'i Setln l .eatat i)i am. II Morrii •Ptif* II Draaalrj T,,bic mth lomr %  i The undcraumed will offer for aale a aaaUltit.-i Ofllce No. 17 Hlih Strret. Rridfe _nnbt>,. ira, on IT day. 20th day of Jnm.i: Isam-c. .. Ml ^t a p.m. The mmuait or DweUmC "" -Mled — I 447* %  PARKVIIUE" and inc u ihereto, containing l,83t aqujre feel -ituale at While Pork opposite The-Bar' %  -iidry. Inapectton any day except Sunday las hours of 4 p m. and 0 p m on application to the tctu>iit Mr I For further partlculare and conditloru ; Bale, Hah N. -CXXTTLE. CATTORD CO. 5.1.SO-ah In Ih? Court of Ckanrrry UAnBADOS. IN PURBUANCE of the Chancirj Act IB0B. I do hereby live notice to .,11 aai ions having or clalmirui *ny estate, nth or interest or any lien or incumbranc. m or affecting the property herelnaftet nieniioned (the property of the l)rfan%  iafj before me an accour tbe^ claims with their witneeaea, documents and vouchers to be examined ^ me on any TUeaday or Friday between the hours ot 13 noon and 3 oilock U the aitemoon at the Reciatration ufBc. Public Bulletin** Bridietown Before th3rd day of March 1B80 in order the Mjeh claims may be reported on ant ranked according to the nature anpriority thereof respectively, oihrrwi*. such persona will be precluded from inbenefits of any decree and deprived -II claims on or antntt the 'aid property HUGH OWEW SAINT CLADt CUMBEHHATrCI^HICE EDRtNCTON and IRIS DOTTIN __ —Defendants ll.OPERTY ALL HIAT certain pier. or parcel of land situate a the Garden in the pantt of saint James and lt.auof Barbados (made up i two pomona containlna one Rood tsrafVO Perctes SB thirteen and one ha. Perrhear the whole ronlaln in* by admeasurement One Hood Twenty live and On.Half Perches or thereabout. and abutting and boundlna on lands of Fred Alley..*on lands of Roslna Thomat on lands of the estate o: G. T. Alleyne deceased, or lande ot the rsuie of %  saahaai BBBSH %  :..,;. sd si lands of the csUle ot Catherine Prsecod deceased, and on the Public Rood or however else the same may abut and bound Toteiher with the messuage v dwelling house thereon and all other buildings ana erection .whether frechoK <>r chattel) on the said parrel of land erected and built standing and being with ail and every the apputenancea. nil! filed 18lh November 1840. tli December 184*. M WHX LAMS. Hegi.trar-ln-Chsmcery. 30 13 48OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills an raanufactored under strictly hygienic conditions and the ingredients cooform to rigid standards of purity. DE WITTS PILLS f*.. w.A~-y And Bladder Frc*'*' ,-B Trinidad Police Get 2-Way Radio atr. Rod Stewart. Regional Supervisor and Engineer of Pye Ltd.. of Cambridge, England, wno has recently returned from a visit to Trinidad accompanied bv his that the Trinidad Police Force has ordered through his Company the very latest form ol T>* Highest Frequence i two way radio systems, at a cost of approximately $40,000 This new system is of the very latesi form known to modcr and will replace the existing High Frequency i H F ) system at present being used by the Force. It operates on wavelengths shorter even than Television, and cannot be tuned in on ordinary household radios. Only a bare minimum of operations are needed in I the use of this equipment. It is 1 in fact as simple as the ordinary household telephone to operate whether from a moving vehicle or a tlxed site Fined for Swearing In CarlUle BUT IN PORT Am Reich lasndsr. Re-> %  %  * Manual*. Yacht stortebeckar. Sett Mary A Lewi., sen HaeeU Scott, Skh i, BCM W Smith. Sen. Marlon Belle W..lfe. Sch legUwald N Wallace. SCh Marea HenrteUa, Swediah Barqueline Ainbeam. \ achBeeaie. Srh Ifatleavour W al V Lady Patrtcta. 9 9 CotHnaso. Ketch Basra De Oro Cap. Nuhoit. frofn MarUnsque. Aaenti a. r Muason, Son Si Co., 10d in r tan u< RMS LADY RODNsTV. 4.807 :.w ret. Capt la saa n e. tor si. Luew. Aajsnu irtrdsnec Austin a, Co. lid M V Athel Ruby. 311 tons net. Capt lAnadale. for THnidad. Agei | Joneo at Co. Ud. Vaoener W. L. Burucia. 38 tn.is > -I. Capt. Joseph, for Dominica. Agents .schooner Owners' Association S S. Alcoa Planter. 5*31 :ons net. Capt. Orsren. for S*. Vinveni horweigan M V STEU^ POLARIS. Da Cbota a, Co, Ud. ...T tons net. Capt. Dahl. from MartinDutch S 9. HawrwSB, 1 238 ton* nc %  g !^^ MT^fi Ro ?? ,1 Thom Ud Capt Nuhoff. for Trtrudad, AgenV S, P n-VNTER. 3.M1 tuns Muaaan. Son Co.. "' Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth Itleedlna Duma. Sore Mouth and l*oooa Teeth mean that Pyoerhea, Trench Mouth or B*xnap. -otne bad disease that win aseaer or • -our t-eth to f* may alao oauao Rbeomn* Heart Troubls Amoaan atoae sraro bleeding the first day. ends sore mouth and iiulckly tlght-ns the •clad guarantee Amoaan roost make IS well and save your teeth %  ack on return of empty pack -re Get Amooanfrom ynurrh'-mA.nosan rrPyorrhe* — TrtnchMo-th RewawJBI ^<-r. •* BEI^lJEtmK. 44 tana not, Capt AU--% aObo COast Station.-Castor, 9 9. Bulklube. Sb Anuntti. • Ul — ^ Ocean. 9.8 Brunswick, S.S Sobteshi terday by His Wor S hip Mr. A. J.H. 5; v u nD s s Mornwdm-e. S,SHughli. per. S 8 Pexinc Shipper. I a Vlnstra, HaiUChcII. K '-' : •' ; *SBL'*f* KM; ^ Thorunn. S 11111 I -.,,.. Tho i\r*t fl D ...— Bi *?$* S'"** 4 s s EksaUoS-9CWUca. SS Alcoa Polaris, SS Havbor. 3S ine tlTSl fine Was 5/in seven | SS. Pjamallon.. 9 9. Akoe Peaasu.. AduU. 9.9 9 Oobaln. S i Chr: Sese, a Maracalbo, S S Dolores. 9 9. .nijCU—> Wmc>. S H 11IT..JI, S S Patuea. 9 S. Bachaquaro. Gerona, 9 9. NldaraTs S Monte Aj.U. 5 b bwUa IVIaris. 9 9 White Clever, s S Deaa H. —^ ,.^_ ua ..a, „,. H i>vvcii i a a i-ygmaiion,. n s AWm Pegasu*. At da>i or in default seven days' M v .. B f B u *. s.a. Pacinc star, 9 s. s i Wharf on January 18 and £1 to be paid In 28 days or in default one month's imprisonment for resisting P.C. 148 Brankcr while in ine execution of his duty Fined 3/tor Overloading Leslie Coward of St. Joseph was lined I/in seven days or seven. From TSS&SS^* days' imprisonment by Hta V ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for overloading the 'bus O—M on December 13 Moore. Mr Mr William Moore. Mr 'La TTJHark OreenhiU and Mr I.O I ll>>ll > I MIIK 1 INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax relurnj are required from every married man whose Income Is $1200.00 per annum or over from every other person whose income Is $720.00 per, annum or over and from companies whether incorporated ur unincorporated, societies, persons engaged In any trede or profession, and ', owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued | during the past year or not. Forms o[ Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Departi ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY. H50. and the forms duly filled In must be delivered to me on or before the following respective date: 1. Returns cf persona whose books were closed on the 31st day of December, 1B4. on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place o( bushma la not. situate in th.! island on or before tho 30th day of June. 1850. 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January, 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Conunl loner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE: Any ,„,.,.„ f,,i|n, ,„ BMke h( „, urn ullhjB (he dnf date will be liable to fine not exceeding j; loo and not lea. than £2 and will be prosecuted unleas a satlafarlory reason is given. 10.1.50—I9n. Jowl. XnMU. N!rm*la Kirp.Uni. XUltUwe-ICJUaW. C0w IVea. JoM M |>. JiH. >fcH A" !" "*' .. ^_ -.:„. Cirnx. llvrn Wrtoo. r.uli McCtada. ue WU'eed i-ewt.. Mr. Mary pa,u IT. .Muc Rlv, Houn DW Uma. T l > un ip— u* MT. Dwiifl WWwyn. Arthur De idir*. Bmnui. hinta.. >". TLUCIA: bomund SpriiuHr. Barb... JMHM. Wm Kalhryn VUIMT. Miiv.rl,^'^f. t 'T7"*""• '""> %  J >" ronumell. Mr. Barker M>l. Mi. UWVMM. jefwi iioinn. t hatle. Wumn na Sataut Mytoa. Mon. Ueuu) Coou.-l^ni|\ie, %  %  Hoe. Alfred Bayna. Maaler Oe-.lo -rhaubaJda. Mr. Jama. Johiuon and Mr IlirARTI US—B, BBIA.L Q U v Qordon r\ riUNUJAJ* ,-nr JAMAICA. „ M !" "1"" i""*Mr H !" ld '""'•• *" %  "" %  > Blaeam. Mr Baiuan. 5! C I^. U ?. K ^ Mr Monw Oeatil. K, Mr,. Mary UlUa. %  "" Maneua Moor., Bav. t-ttiGceald Blooenbara and Mr Charle. Wall... SHIPPING NOTICES Ohl * 8 cou 5 Vi' Whi can ( co r *V throu it lore -viffi (An coufh. cough, COJJ h. al the lime . M these lube rence' ifh snd wothed rjaaaf ADVERTISE EVENING ADVOCATE I'ubltaiird reery Moo day with an lDCfTaMUBut clreeiaUen every week. The at V. DAEHWOOD will aecept Cargo and Passenger* fat St. Lucia. 91. Vincent. Grrnida ..nd Aruba. Sailing Saturday list January. 18M. Canadian National Steamships University CoUege of the West Indies. roa UjAHtQu s i m I %  Lar, i r. KNIGHTS LTD PVJAMA MfUgk * Reuil. Factory •srraiiiied pipe isos—u.n *&£?•£ tA „^e Be.., !. !" dom ,eru, b fciuba, lo, V, o, .' *' 1' Coi.lacl THE undersigned will offer for Sale al t'M-.r Oltlce No. 17, High Street. Bn.lf. town, on Friday JOUi day of January. I8S0 al 3 p m. Uraf House called "ARNE, '< %  the land thereto, containing 4J30 square tool, situate at Sth Avenue Uellevllla. The Dwelling House comprises Gallety, Utawlna Dining Rooms. 3 Bedrooms, " *i'li Dressing room and running • i-ler in each. Hreakfaal ro.nn, Kllcli •-lelte, Toilet and Bath. Gas Installed; Servant's room anu <...iage in Yard. Inspecllon any dsy except Sunday M hours of 4 p.m. and 6 pm 'n appueatlou on the pramues. Du IU r parUculara and Condition'.l 9ale. apply u> ; COTTLE. CATFORD & Co. II 1 SO—8. FOR SALE OR HEISTFarley Hill. 5t Petor. Old Plantation house with 8IBJ8 ballroom. Dining room librar> fourteen bidrouini etc. Ideal for converting to residential club. For deiaii. Apply to Bradshaw 4V Cornpany 4 1.80.—Lf.n COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern Ihingalow. four bedrooms, two ba'J'i. ->-ler. on the sea. ow.t private '-thing lw-.li. fit acres ot land Vegetablo Garden. 8 mllea from Bridgeto.. Bl Garden. 91. Jamsa Enquiry Ssnd>> fields 91 Peter Phone01-M or .1 the premises Garden. 9t James W 1 W It* THE BANYANS" — With Ihe land thrreto. containing 4 Aires I Roods, SI'. Perches, altuale at Upper Bay 94reet. Sf Michael ideally suitable for de vtlopment as a Building Estate. inspection any day except 9unda>t Utwean the hours ot 19 am and 11 1 a m and 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. on appllrjtKHi t,. Mr Ronnie Oil sens on 'h prrnusrs Dial 3TTI. The above property will be set up hx tale at our Oltlce No. 17 High sine.. laildgasUiwn. on Friday 3rd day cl lebruary 1880. al j pm l'.further partiruUrs and Condition, ' Rale, apply t„ the ur^darsurned COTTLE. CATFORD St CO. f.l.as las mi 9CAFELL,91. PhlUp. close DUtrtri C Police HUtion. New. P-el 1 bedrooms Bungalow i!h loung. dining room, kitchen, waahrooni, front resuporches, servaitts' quarters, gar-tui Uoa with Aluminum loof. All in first class rendition. Codrlngtoa 9chool 1'. miles, Lodge IS tnllea: Crane 1> Bam Lords 4 ml Owner leaving Colony. Opportunity a.quire fine little property at low i .1800 DIXON at BLA1JON. H FsUle Agents, AiKtioneers. Plantatlens • %  none *O40. I 34> K — St. IsUchael. Brighten K, ...i, Blara Rock. Commodious • reamrd prnparty built of stone and tWibeII placed on the hill benefit frees toe ..v be sold wttl mtrntlal building -M Ja ULAIKhN. Baal Katate --,i>. Aiartierseers, PlanUtlena Buildins. Phone 4C40. Sl.l.M-:-! PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE (The Provost Marshal* Act 1804 'IBIM-Si Section ML On Friday the 3rd day of February. I8M al the hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon will be sold at my ofllce to the highest bidder lor any sum not under the apprai>[ All that certain piece of Ijind containing by admeasurement 3 Roods, M • le in Pan-,!* Church buttlnS and boundina on lands now or late of the Estate of J. Mapp (deed', on Und> of Staple Grove Plantation, on land* of G. E. BraSbwalla, and on Ihe Public Road at SUple logelher with the incsauase or Dwelling Houses. Buildings and shop thereon Ac appraised as follows — the whole property appraised to two thousand live hundred and ninety six dollars B1JWI N l-r [.-..1 %  an for and i led, V 11 II IKK-HEFORD. Provost Marshal. Acts. Provost Marshal's Office, 141h January. 18)0 Hjata as. BARBADOS GOVrCRNMENT KXHIBITIONS. THE Goverriment of Barbados has made funds available for prond ^rt llb ti0nS ttmable al U,e university College of the West Indies from October 1950. Candidate, must be persons who are natives of Barbados ch.ldren of natives of Barbados or cfaU'. Arts, Natural Sciences, and Medicine, fees for residence, application forms for other information may be -obtained from '.'ie Resident Tutor for Extra-Mural Studios of the University College of the West Indies. Hythe. Welches, Christ Church, Barbados. Candidates must indicate clearly on the application form that they wish to apply for a University CoUege Exhibition and must state the Faculty of which they wish to become members and 'he subject* which they propose to offer in the examination. Entries must be received by the Itegiatrar of the University College -A the Wrs* i'.>'%  atwssswl lei ; t iiUsaion to sell SpUils. Malt Lsquorv *' at a board and shingle sn. to rMieenre at rssrklee Road. M. Mich.Ml Dated this 18th day of January \W To: E A McLEOD. Eaq Pbllcs Magistrate. Diet. A" E H BRANCH. Applicant N B —This application will be eon*.... end al a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court. Dist A on Mondathe 30th day ol January 1988 at 11 oTk %  Fas Mir %la/a-Cofi.o'. REAL ESTATE PROPERTY House and 1 Grove near twarhse PksirtaUon. 91 Lu. Caw bo lnopssytad any day itlon te Mr. P Keup.t. Paynes Bay. St IS n rnH HVMH. NOP YOL'NG LADY tor our OAbw at Thre Houses Factory. St Philip. For furtht larUcuUra apply W the Msnager 14 1 SO-Or WANTED: Young Lady with k< ia>aaaaaaa>>>aaaaal IAI1Y HODNEY LADY NEtiSJON LADY HODNEY ADY NltJSOftl l-VDY HODNEY I ADY NELSON COUGH LOZENGES it.. II i.s... \n\KRTISI. M nii-li tti'sults C0MMUNI C0NSENSU Coned. 1 agreed there Is nothing IMII I I M I \IIIM IS Siie: t II. by 7>/ 2 ft •nd lOVj ft by t It. Also I IMII I I II l.\ HOLES 6It • All very rea.sonahle in Price. ide laiaNlMM ISSH T. HERBERT Ltd. IncocpunM 1SSS 10 a 11 RsMbuck Str-al •,ara -i wr r i<< -^ c a t *H eDeoess-is-i*sasos*sa*i i ee6Mrtrvoc\ FOR SALE !*• underalajned will off.r For Salat their Office. No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1650, at 2 Dm. The Dwelling House railed "CABLDIEM" and the land thereto containing 10.770 square feet, situate on the Sea COM! of St. Lawrenc. Gap. Christ Church. Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Ilunle. "Braltoii, Maxwells Coast. Dial SS57. For further particulars and condition, ol Sale, apply to :-* COTTLE, L-ATrORD a CO, 11.1.50.—ISn. aoseawio osM t oaessc c i. ley.w.'/.v/A'.v/.v.'.'.-.w.r'



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Frill > ry 20 1950. larwoi luutteate 4 v;. Prirr: VF. CK.\TS Vfir 23. FEB. 18 IS NEW "ULTIMATUM" DAY BRITISH TRADE UNIONS ARE BACKING LABOLR LONDON. Ji*n. 19. •j-.H lull weighl of Briuins mighty Trade i \\„, menl is bring gathered for ;i (ivhting role^n ||M renting General Election in allu.i | ,h,, ur Party, efcoew* almost half the country's &Oml.u()M Tr.-uSr !*iii.,iiM l^i week voted against wage stabilisation— en fcaiure of the Labour Government's ficonomic Pi should be remembered thai Unionise, haw al i the backbone of Labour support. ^ Latest figures show 4 Ihem paying attliat. Labour Party through II Unions, compared with ooli H2y.u25 individual m?mi-ers of the Party. About half the members or the retirm j ; ment were sponsorrv. <->l If'M Mr'( I by the Unions. The case of ;h SptTIlUt^U Minors L. in which the con: ships of thp indu b cal wins*, of the Movement now determine Union support of the Labour Election eaaatU Reject Economic Policy An ovanaaauauif ma|artty of ihe Oil.000 coal miners rejected the Government's Economic Polic\ in | national ballot, i taken this stand, the Miners' Union immediately nominated 26 of :ts members to light as official Labour Part didntes. Whatever the views of the miners, these candidates must UsK.-Austra.ia Wheat Talks Suspended ( Bv SYDNEY CAMPBELL) LONDON. Jan. IB. Grain experts here said today [ M> nefouations for a large Bnt0 purchase of Australian wheat gal been .uspended, md until Mo understood, effennic Bntain the Large quantity at sO.QOO.000 bushels at the maximum Intcmauonal Wheat Agree aent price of 16s. Id. per bushel Australian currency > and Britain rat still counter-offering a lower pnee. It was believed that the nrgouatioos were suspended on the question both of pen a and of the Australian quota. Britain was said to be interested in Australian wheat only within the International Agreement. With other sales brought foraard, made and pending, Australia .ucording to Australian aathonties, has already committed Bast of her "quota for the current yeai Unofficial grain traders regardat all the maximum prices (eacrpi for Canadian wheat) as rather :heoretical, since they Bake allowance only for shipping charges, but not for differences in %  witty Bntain has been buying SDrneJ United States wheat at the maximum price in dollars, while refus8i| to psy that price to Australia in sterling It was pointed out that j Britain ii not a free agent. This %  oderate purchase of United! %  totes' wheat, was the condition : which Washington agreed in For W.L Sugar Delegates accept Labour Partv I il ejected, ariU iw Labour Party House of Commons. The result is that about ".ages policy temporarily forgot ten Union is throwing its support unreservedly into the Labour. Election c.impaiiiii The General | Council of the Trhdes Union Congran meets next week, nnd must consider the narrow majority, by amid wages policy was m National Conference last week. —Renter 23 Pioneers Tour Palestine 18-Year-Old Convicted For Murder Hsrtxtlo. ftflvntnn f in—in.in.Miil %  Eighteen ye %  %  murder of 10 year el I BBume Marshall Aid financing of [ Jarvts following a steel band on Boxing Day has Mr .lustier I) E. .! — IKEll. Jan. IS '..tholicl pilgrims testing condition and Jordan tor thou of pilgrims expected during HuK Year, left here tonight fur Lydct.. whence they will fly on to Rome Earlier tori..y. they returned ;rom the Arab-occupied Old City of Jerusalem to tinIsraeli-occu%  ago, said that M Bethlehem and the Dead See. found co-onei both I Other plaits they toured during their ; eth. Tlberti %  n —Kculcr. UK, French US Citizens Interned In Soviet Camp.: HEKUN. Jan. 1 .. v.i... llntish soldiers, inc idng one Major, a British wo an md several American and l M interned in the S. ict ^..entrauon camp* at Sach -nnausen and Uuchenwald—(oi ier Nan horror camps—-aecordlr. to released internees who arrtvi I m -. Keuter'i correspondent was DM in speak to two persons.**) nod seen and spoken vith British a..d American inter eee. Other former prisoners, wh the camps and them, gave information of her Allied subjects to the West-Berlin "Action Group | Against Inhumanity" which pro— i iesses all returning prisoners and passes its iniormaUon on to the 1 German authorities. The "Action Group" has collected information from different sources on six "British or Amenuldiers stated to be in Saclisenhausen. one of whom was identified b\ two separate acHAVANA. Cuba. Jan. 19 """• definitely a British Mfnited Stales Ambassadors to cou.nr.es ,: Centrall ^ptaS?'ggLTn! rely" !" ,'* America and the Caribbean were meeting here Today lor prisoners, however, .lid not know the second dty iference on Inter-American exaciiv how many were Bni rOlBISTS Icon. Ihe liiMit. .arm "StrlU I'olin. hiniinini in Trafilur s,u,„ w.lh j poller> vendor over U>t parrhur ol A monk.. \ The^e ..rr I., jll, made. Man "" %  "' • 12 UJS. Ambassadors Study The "Caribbean" Situation Relations. to vital Anglo-Canadian Wheat | Conir.i-Reuier Will Go Adrift In The Arctic LONDON. Jan. 19. %  ing nine months in hj %  suit, whu %  Kruler Vote Should Be Taken On New Atom Bonil) -Ob ANGELES Ja The American public should be vote oa whether the new. mon hydrogen Atom Bomb dtveloped. Dr. Arthur : %  nose Scientist a told %  •md how many American A commun,o.ue .ssued bv Ik* gj*P.. —" s "" k %  Kr goslavs. who retuineil United SUtes Embassy here after 2^*Y Ming sessions re-, _ TUJ nm lp m i Battalion" at Sachsenhausen They said that bcPsre rt he sa;d that he to the so-called L ni .A S ^ h,e ^ haU "V^ V l"' 0 , Action Group that they had the disputes of the Dominican H-*. 1 m i v *'"al months in the public with Cuba and Haiti Robert But: Ambassador to Cuba • coming the Ambassadors n betteved by the organisation of American %  putes should be understood fully m time to fore misunaerstandlugs ;ud coy. the communtqiuHe added that such nleui ng should not be dlfhcu (From Our Own I'nrrcspnnrien. i L0K1>0N,J&L. v. ULTIMATUM SUGAit uale by which West Indian delegates must give an answer to the) Food Ministry has been extended from January 21 to February 18. "Gleaner" Vttnrks Ministry Of Food Sugar Decision Is a Brutal fi/ow To Weit Indies Jsa the sugar imp-.*, with Jar. %  \ominx end %  peeled that the Jamaican Government will hack th. turn.refusal to present terms offered bj the ICiniStrs ^: I The crucial deadlock as | ed out bv Kirk wood and empluij sised I "Accrpt" No" is that -h Govfrnmi'i: ill productkn cif the Hntish farmers' staple products the) .tre kmitin.: guatssaaead prices for Weal Indian sugar to only a proportKu of the permitted pn-nuction Il is pointed out that the Wes Indies suiiar exports in 1M0 wist be T0.000 tons yet Ilntain Wfl guarantee to bu\ in l3 ..ri\ M0.0O0 tons. The Food Muusirv announced the granting of this compronus" idle i\inrr.utee lasx .tabling the news o the Wes*. Indian del ega tes this morning. OBBpRM %  I the final da* live days before the [General Election The Food Ministry's reason for meeting the West Indian demand only halfway is that there is an assembly of the International C ounc 11 on Fer ru 11 and may vranl to know I they stand with regard to contracts. N nnce the dekkiaUon had already met ihi I vernment ba I Lha i-'tential tapafWalMI to 900.000 tons. 200.000 less than the real estimated potential. The "Gleaner attacks ihe naklnc i a> On Pate :. The Wesi Indiaa ugar inI*indon feel .hat the extension while iverUng the ihreatened blow up in the next two or three day* "till dot for the West Indian sugar delegates to give, their repK | i* understood that the reply when it does come will and the feeling is that with polling day only five Labour I*ar.v Ministers not be able to spare tank their election ''ampaicn •tutorial po nt: • %  eiarwei ihei n^ Oaaee .i'-d Ue\-elopment Of bomb, he proposed that Di %  i Gallup *ii other*. '. | the bomb %  should Iteep off • %  I npton sain u rkii 1 %  %  %  %  Ufl to Kight : Lt. CeL KLI1M STKW/VRT and Mr. VICTOR W. VOX BAOBM poe for the "Advocale\ CaaN iman. Mr. Von Hatn „ rumpilint A Guide Book of Barl>..clu> THE AMERICANS WANT TO KNOW How To Get To Barbados m want U> come to Barbtdog and | west Indian islands but they do not know ho* PWhatthcj will lind when thev come here, i von Hagen. of Connecticut. U.S.A.. told the Advocate vesjwrday Von Hagen -. %  iecting material for publ a guide book of Barbau. .ulvurtisin*: the island, furnisli it visitors with .L I around and up-. lion of what they will find lr i a house neai Maria Hot. %  Guide Books on 1 ... Curacao and lb. Windward I ,: of the Fred York. Mr Von H f.uggenheini' ship. It 's offered annual!' U luthprs, and It is on th Mr Von Hagen II ^ bal Joint \tion? -COMES WILL ASK "^IIT-OF-SI'AIN. Jan. 19. •WU1.UI, by Albert Gomes seekftt ^P peisons dur.n Ih.' lirisl %  — rt Februaiv .„ rouslder % %  < re.... radonal actin Si J tarw. 1 Uuu Of IJI-K •ST£,H W,rl ol '• l '' 1 "" !" B ""h F,„d Ml — -nanisation x mple to the %  red that though the cm .. full %  .. u da %  %  %  %  of Inter-Ai be taken uu %  end tuin : i interest e> ndU>, Chairman of the National Coal (Board said 'today. Further ne %  • 'iiKtion in IH5U w.u —Reuier. Still Feeling The Mis8iKsi|r|H Fkiods m w YOKK. Jaa iw %  have brought the Mississippi to J %  every available I back the %  srouen rtt %  '.imilles at Redwood Creek arara forced to flee to Ri-uli r KING GUSTAV RESUMES DUTIES ST" l 1<> r Sweden, whose tead,?v improving, will taesame his official duties at toCabinet" C' ..aoira Castle here. DE GASPERI OUTLINES HIS PLANS TO 4 PARTIES HOME. Jan 1M. Designate. %  Gov'. which resigned 10 days ago in an effort expected difficulties in tl %  last night I>e GasI peri tad been !" "' • i. CabiJ net since the war bv the ei this week. Grave dis... new Government's economic proI sudden %  g*M MUarT reW Use raseM 'HI ItOVAl MAIL in Mends.'i I %  IKMI.I resaai .; nine Air n.t at to-days asUng Sign..i Ui Gaspcri _______ would outline A progrsuaune for the new Government and would ask the four Parties whether they n.ulri accept it. The majoritv. Chrislan Democrats. Signer De Gasperl's own .tied as certain to not known what %  la, the Liberals. 1 Republicans.—Reuter. Trial Judge III LONDON, Jan. \a %  nurder case here, was earnto Hospital for an operation • cast will begin igaii udge. Husne is accused of awrai • Setty. Ixmdon i U whose lemaliis, dropped sTOm ut. atreralt, were picked an lonely marshes round the of the Thames. Mr. Justice .Sellers, an High Court Judge, arrived at ihe Court where the trial was into its second day this mon and told the. Jury: 'Mr Ju ueeris has been Uiken and) HI not be able to proceed %  niThei with this case." He then formally discharged Ihe Jury, told them they reewon and the trial avoid gasn. The evidence of the M heard yesterday will be taken again. to be the tallest man on the Hnli.-h High Court neneh Mi Justice Lewis is 9Mr. Justice Lewis last nigh*. attended the grand da> Id a Press nee today thai' the f conunuing repres:.' at the Vatican and .tppoK. siK-eessor to Myron Taylor ware both under study at the State DeI artmeni lesianaiiou was announced last niaht 3d. > bottle delicious and refreshing Snow Cuts "PlioiuIIOI.CKINA. Ian l> tails of snow today blocked many mountain paaaes across the Apennines In northern Italy. Telephone, communi. cations between Bologna and Florence ware cut. when the weight of ike snow bore down Md Unas.—Sswkfr. Bottled Under Authority o/ THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO, LTD. I.Mrn to the Coea Oak News over Radii Dktriholion evrry erenlai Monds> Ihrouch Saturday from 8—8.15 am.



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PACE TWO THi. BARBADOS ADVOCATE —— Qahib Calling Women's World M R E GittM y B W I A If* •es'crdky aft' tbt final session L*: -r.miiwco trUcl" HavtincI IH fUi Royal. Oth*r -<>Htf who had atterid%  B.WIA >' "Tday were Hon"ble WO. Peter*. Trcasjrer and C"-np* -n St Kitt H'W'ble D R Walwyn. Treasurer. .... ;-:-.n-bl* L •ifue. Assistant St. Luda a: A C. I! Barnee, Treasurer of St re staying at the HoM and H T*toorr.tv*rg Collector General. Jamai-a who was at the Ocean A B Bo i Secre'ar* of TVimlnica % %  %  ferwic* Ifft 1t n'rht bv the %  at !h H • %  an • Barbados' Is Topi map aao Mn r J 1'oUn of * 1 veland, Ohio were among the Miwnftn making a round •np hmm-Hv*. Orleans on the Safaris" which arrived Sales RepresentaChicago. Illinois %  -lay that •i January 7 and expect to return February 3. Speaking of the trip down he thourh t M rough. as their first visit to Barbados and their Impressions of the •heir way bt that Barbados was the best of them all They <• stay here and throughout the dav, a some verv nice COOl . . returning for a holiday. Mr JOHN SILLIER A Keen Golfer H ERE on a short business viul Is Mr. John SaUler, Salestrun of Gordon Grant and Co Ltd. in He arr.ved or. Wsdnsjaday afternoon by B W.I.A and is staying at the Hotel Royal. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert SelUer of TrlniJad, John is a keen has been playing sin e he was about seven years old and in 1948 he won the St. Andrew'' Golf Club Championship In Trinidad. 1. inidad n> •arias just concluded in Tnnidad. batting a out the touhe told Canb that the Barbadian Team was Just too rag centre forward and be had the misfortune' always :o be marked by the Barbadian Peter Paltcson.. who to be everywhere. I couldn't get away from r.;m t all," he said. However John wa* responsible for scoring one of in the final test IIMi: l> \ GKOrr Ol [Ol RMS of! the Mrll.i 1 who after lunrhlng at the .\nmli. I I u I. wsw,.,* itlemoon. relaxed on the dixmc platform in betueen their Itfftga Ch! What u Beautiful Day \ rj ana UM tourois WHO unaod (rum %  %  Use laaics wore i %  white or %  pa stuck at r.kisft angles on tkhM •Dirts and ; I unng the id touch -t i Hotels or Clubs, and followed this up with g N chap at the Baggage Warehou I r enjuita make up to go back on board Afternoon Matinee A. m an gad by the British Council at "Wakefleld". White Park this afternoon at 1J0 o'clock. It is thought that those who live m th country districts and are perhassi only able to come m to t wn onea waek would welcome -n afternoon film show which they could sea before returning borne whan their business for the day was concluded. The films to bt shown have bean selected foT their country interest The first item is a Latest News Film, followed by Turn of the Furrow, a film describing the revolutionising of farming by the use of tractors of all kinds, shapes nd sizes. The title of the third part of the programme is the "Milky Way."" film specially made for United Dsdrtag which describes the un< asmg vigilance and care taken to ensure a clean milk supply in England. The final item is "World Eard-n." a beautiful film in Techme -lojr of the Botanical Gardens at Kew. The show will began promptly at 3.30 o'clock, and lasts an hour and a half. Admission u free and no tickets are required. > <> Dr. Tony Gale E VERYONE will be glad to hear that they will soon have a new doctor in their midst. He is Dr. D. A. Tony Gale. MB Ch.B.. M R C S., L.R.CP. Tony left Harrison* College in 1942 and went to McGill University. Canada, where he studied medicine until 1M4. when he got a scholarship to Birmingham University. At Birmingham he took part in many University activities, and was chosen for the tennis and hockey teamsDuring his vacations he visited Ireland and Sweden besides seeing much of England. Tony is one of the happiest men in London this week— le passed his last exam on the 10th of January. • %  *• Power Cut M OST of tnc Cinemas were out of action, due to a power cut from the Electric Company last night. The Olympic's show was brought to an abrupt halt hall way through the matinee programme. When the power was restored most fans were still in their seats. The picture was restarted and tickets were sold for the night show, to other movie goers who were waiting outside. Passed by the Aquatic Club ana Empire Theatres, but they wan all in (.arkness. Did however sec a few cars outside the Club and lanterns were flickerir,^ I %  pier Correction C HILD; for the Arts and Crafts S be submitted from 10 from 10 ajn. lo 1 pm. Adults work is to be handed in from 10 am to 5 p.m. on Friday only, and not including Saturday aa originally announced. < c> Comings and Goings M R Arthur De Lima. Managing Director nf Messrs Y De Lima and Co.. Ltd and his mother Mrs. Rosario De Lima m. for approximately tl They arrived on Wedne*.oon by B.W.I.A. and an wi-.h Mn C. Goddard of the Garrison. Count and Countess Alexandre Orlowski of Vermont, U last night by the -Lad 'or Bermuda where they will remain for about a week with relatives of the Countess before returning home They had spent about two weeks' holiday here and were staying at the Hastings Hotel. H Rowbotham. Director nf Works. Dominica and Mrs. Rowbotham, reAirned home last UM "Lady Rodney" after i holiday here. They were staying at the Hastings Hotel 1 i %  1 New-Shle Servant „Stafford's Carrots of BOW 1A* Meen reacts la ltje-myie Wisaasari Castle servants appear* in aa American Magasfeae paj W Iah ed yaatssstej The Queen, it says, told a friend .-. %  servants come on in shifts and 1 never know who will be o: "The housekeeper came to me .ipps had • the Chancellor should be called at 630 a.m. with a bowl of chopped raw "But there's no sen-art on duty ali night, and the first ones come on at seven. So I told the housekeeper: 'You will tell Lady Cripps that Sir Stafford will be called at seven and that a covered bowl of carrots and a knife will be placed by his bed tonight If I they arent fresh in the morning. we are very sorry —L.E S. (,LOBE I KT!NG TODAY .> & 8J(I and < nntinuj„. GLENN FORD ana IDA LOT -LIST FOR 4.0I.OTO-NIGHT—LOCAL TALENT ON STAGE .'. Artist— Omar Scotl Keaha GRAND JITTERBUG CON. Cash Prizes to be OHered Calling all JITTERBUGGERS for Audition Suj„ from 9 a.m. to I p.m. ^"' ')v/.v.w.'.v,v.v////A'//,v.w/.'A"// w %  -::: %  HMI h which "saiesisaaatance'' will be a offence in all go-ahead countries. The rumour of ii gigontlr mercer kusrndi> srhan Ihil merger is achieved. e\ l soda] shynea* to bearstains on bo^k-rt will be curable by one oother of these astonishing products. € 4 In paMMtng T HE drath the other day of dear friend of mine who was daydreaming girl of the famous ***ig "Uttle Dolly Daydream'' recalled to me something .lames Agate pointed out—the healthiness and happlnees m A thoat songs of Leslie Stuart coml>.tred with the maudlin drooling of today. "The lily of Laguna" was the song of a happy lover (**| knou* she likes me!"), and the COOB in "Little Dolly Daydream asserts vigorously. ''No one Kwlne ter kiss dat gal but me". dat gal but the sub-man for whom being In love Is an occasion for hideous self-pity. Those song, had ear meant to Bfl moaned into | gadget or turned on like gas and water. > linnlvnintt nuio T HIS Is the time to plant • •••-shoots In view of IKiaslble events at the Zoo later In the year. IMPORTANT I JOHN WHITE SHOES WAS there a (tttssta -f Sheba, or Is the story of ner visit to Solomon just a legend 4 Was she voluptuous beauty, as shown n the silent scree n or just an> ordinary woman? To seek the answer to this 3.000-year-old riddle a party of American archaeologists is leaving shortly for Southern Arabia. Leader U 28-year-old Wendell Phillips, who recently discovered ruins in Arabia which he believes to be the lost lar.-lof Sheba. Almost identical stories of the queen's visit to Jerusalem, to test Solomon's wisdom are to be found in the Bible—First Book of Kings --( %  cond Book of Chronicles. Ih 400 word.we are told that her mission was "to prove him I Solomon > with hard questions." From her oity of Ophir aha made an impressive Jerusalem "with a very great kfh camels tr-.' •piers, and very much gold and precious stones." 'Supreme Beauty' Bible account contains no description of the queen %  %  legends In A.D 500 "supremely baaul : house of Abyssinia claims direct descent I om a union of Solomon and the queen. They say ancient records show they had an only son U %  C. Crauford. stayed at the Court of the Imam of Arabia and was shown secret histories of the queen. According to document* the queen "was talL with the grace of a flower and the complexion of an olive KVPS Like Almonds "Her eyes were shaped like almonds, and were dark like shadows and glowed as with Are. "She was very slender. sgkd her voice was tike the sighing of the breezes of the evening." But the Court chronicjer had this to say of his mistress also: -She could rage like a tigress. and she was sometimes called the %  footad devil." For though all accounts speak of the beauty of Balkis. Queen cf Sheba. they also agree on another point, too. She was lame. Some say Solomon, in Ul wisdom, cured the affliction — London ExpretM Service sou noN ov ^ i •imini CKO>M\<:-o. L Pisce at the oppoatt* end. Authoritative announcatnans wiicti might be cited.. si pauit m anothar. H aara, s -. a swell war. pashaps. aa Ma CLFES DOWN shouldn't ba. Pa.-*, of a preacrtetton (or vudom. among other tbaaga i tSree wo:da>. I* always in bloom. TJWT mar as 18 aaroaa.' bucn ^atndnass aoaal %  fgahealthT•T?S^aTtw*lr- — "-.'J: howerar— —tms. thouaQ common, mar I Eiuugh to make concada, Motlooleas llitlliag, • S; 4 SsSaa JBTSt •a aa*. m L '.II.V CRVTT(K{rOTE-Htre how to wolk It: AXYDLBAAXR U LONGFELLOW^ One llt*r simply lmd (or another. In this example A la uaed I tana L'a, X IM the two Ol, etc. Sinfle letter. apoataa length and formatloa ol IheiWorda.aif^aU.hUits, Each daT the code letters are different.* A Cr>pto|ram tluoutla> BPXK 1XKP LS GUMB XK BlTtV^TaTL't lit MRN QHB MBTWU.AK. L;^ J.V^J*, flRVKI CUR-EMWBLR: 1 •.:,!>•. Crrptoquote: BUT BY REMEMBERINO'CODTSAir I OB .UR HIGH IMPERIAL LOT—WATSON." AQT VIM TIXB tlXEMA M.mbrs Only! MATINEES' TO-DAY AND TOMORROW. 5 N1QHT TO TUESDAY NIGHT. 8 30 :• sents WANDA HI IIENDRIX • CLAUDE RAINS HEY SONG OF SURRENDER' Thrilling Musn GLOBE Or iVa i'urrvnt II,-4ii Is On LOCAL TALENT TO-NIGHT 8.30 The Man-.tonK'iit a/ith a (h opcrata with the Eltctrlcity Board and Ihc shortage of power Will j Stage Shu.. night until a normal electric supply is available. WATCH IIIIS SHACK FOR STAGE VARIETY 111 l.LKUSs FOB MEN A NEW DELIVERY IN TANS AND BLACK V^.tf.44 (Mil 7.0SI EVANS and \\ IOOIIIIII. A SPECIAL OFFER at :. LL IHHUS 3.00 and 5.00 A PAIR-sSs^sa/ >HMM IIMSI YOU It IIAIII BASINS— White C.rn. Pink TILLS—White and Green 1IIITUK MTOMATIC WATER Htv\TERS—5, 8 and IS Gallons lilt.II AM) LOW LEVEL TOILET SI ITES VORKSI1IKE COPPER PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sites LEAD PIPE—1„ > s ", 4" i:, BIB & STOP coon &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. MARINE HOTEL DANCE Vuin .l.i> >ii;lil. .I.ifin.ir< 'ilsl. : PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$L00 Pu se day ihiogs ara bappeoiog throughout ihc world and in different paxM asfCaaada vhich have a direct or indirect bearing on Canadian corporadoag agsd taair aacuridaa. Oaa of oar jobs ia to keep a finger on the pulse of business tbrougboal gaa world. Our Canadian branches keep us in close touch with affairs ia all a-axts of tba LXtminion; our offices in New York. London, Jamaica and cofraapondeau ia other important centres are also in constant communicanna vita Haad Offica. All informauon received is carefully analyzed in relation to raring* MCWirr situations. This information is available to' investors; it is part of mm laciliuea included in what wa term a tomtiltlt investment serrica. W. C. Pitfield & Company, Limited MONTREAL af CotTaspondtnrs: MANNING & CO., LIMITED Sridoelown Barbodo*


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Publisher: Advocate Co.
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Publication Date: Friday, January 20, 1950
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Frill >
ry 20
1950.
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luutteate4
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Prirr:
VF. CK.\TS
Vfir 23.
FEB. 18 IS NEW "ULTIMATUM" DAY
BRITISH TRADE UNIONS
ARE BACKING LABOLR
LONDON. Ji*n. 19.
j-.H lull weighl of Briuins mighty Trade i ....... \\,
menl is bring gathered for ;i (ivhting role^n ||m
renting General Election in allu.i | ,h,,ur Party,
efcoew* almost half the country's &Oml.u()M Tr.-uSr !*iii.,iiM
l^i week voted against wage stabilisation en
fcaiure of the Labour Government's ficonomic Pi
should be remembered thai Unionise, haw al i
the backbone of Labour support.
^ Latest figures show 4
Ihem paying attliat.
Labour Party through II
Unions, compared with ooli
H2y.u25 individual m?mi-ers of the
Party. About half the
members or the retirm
j ; ment were sponsorrv.
<->l If'M Mr'( I by the'!" Unions. The case of ;h
SptTIlUt^U Minors L.
' in which the con:
ships of thp indu b
cal wins*, of the Movement now
determine Union support of the
Labour Election eaaatU
Reject Economic Policy
An ovanaaauauif ma|artty of
ihe Oil.000 coal miners rejected
the Government's Economic Polic\
in | national ballot, i
taken this stand, the Miners' Union
immediately nominated 26 of :ts
members to light as official
Labour Part
didntes.
Whatever the views of the
miners, these candidates must
UsK.-Austra.ia
Wheat Talks
Suspended
(Bv SYDNEY CAMPBELL)
LONDON. Jan. IB.
Grain experts here said today
[ M> nefouations for a large Bnt-
0 purchase of Australian wheat
gal been .uspended,
md until Mo
. understood,
effennic Bntain the Large quantity
at sO.QOO.000 bushels at the maxi-
mum Intcmauonal Wheat Agree
aent price of 16s. Id. per bushel
Australian currency > and Britain
rat still counter-offering a lower
pnee.
It was believed that the
nrgouatioos were suspended on
the question both of pen a and
of the Australian quota. Britain
was said to be interested in
Australian wheat only within
the International Agreement.
With other sales brought for-
aard, made and pending, Aus-
tralia .ucording to Australian
aathonties, has already committed
Bast of her "quota for the current
yeai
Unofficial grain traders regard-
at all the maximum prices (ea-
crpi for Canadian wheat) as
rather :heoretical, since they
Bake allowance only for shipping
charges, but not for differences in
witty
Bntain has been buying SDrneJ
United States wheat at the maxi-
mum price in dollars, while refus-
8i| to psy that price to Australia
in sterling It was pointed out that j
Britain ii not a free agent. This
oderate purchase of United!
totes' wheat, was the condition:
which Washington agreed in
For W.L Sugar Delegates
accept Labour Partv I
il ejected, ariU iw
Labour Party
House of Commons.
The result is that
about ".ages policy
temporarily forgot ten
Union is throwing its support un-
reservedly into the Labour.
Election c.impaiiiii The General |
Council of the Trhdes Union Con-
gran meets next week, nnd must
consider the
narrow majority, by amid
wages policy was m
National Conference last week.
Renter
23 Pioneers
Tour Palestine
18-Year-Old
Convicted For
Murder
Hsrtxtlo. ftflvntnn f inin.in.Miil

Eighteen ye

murder of 10 year el I
BBume Marshall Aid financing of [ Jarvts following a steel band on
Boxing Day has
Mr .lustier I) E. .!
IK-
Ell. Jan. IS '
'..tholicl
pilgrims testing condition
and Jordan tor thou
of pilgrims expected during HuK
Year, left here tonight fur Lydct..
whence they will fly on to Rome
Earlier tori..y. they returned
;rom the Arab-occupied Old City
of Jerusalem to tin- Israeli-occu-

ago, said that
m Bethle-
hem and the Dead See.
. found co-onei
both I
Other plaits they toured dur-
ing their ;
eth. Tlberti
n Kculcr.
UK, French
US Citizens
Interned
In Soviet Camp.:
HEKUN. Jan. 1
.. v.i... llntish soldiers, inc id-
ng one Major, a British wo an
md several American and l
M interned in the S. ict
^..entrauon camp* at Sach -n-
nausen and Uuchenwald(oi ier
Nan horror camps-aecordlr. to
released internees who arrtvi I m
-.
Keuter'i correspondent was DM
in speak to two persons.**)
nod seen and spoken vith
British a..d American inter eee.
Other former prisoners, wh<- ar-
Im to-day under the
i e. ently announced Soviet
scheme to empt> the camps and
them, gave information of
her Allied subjects to the
West-Berlin "Action Group
| Against Inhumanity" which pro
i iesses all returning prisoners and
passes its iniormaUon on to the
1 German authorities.
The "Action Group" has col-
lected information from different
sources on six "British or Amen-
uldiers stated to be in
Saclisenhausen. one of whom was
. identified b\ two separate ac-
HAVANA. Cuba. Jan. 19 """ definitely a British M-
fnited Stales Ambassadors to cou.nr.es ,: Centrall ^ptaS?'ggLTn! rely",'*
America and the Caribbean were meeting here Today lor prisoners, however, .lid not know
the second dty iference on Inter-American exaciiv how many were Bni
rOlBISTS Icon. Ihe liiMit. .arm "StrlU I'olin. hiniinini in Trafilur s,u, w.lh j poller>
vendor over U>t parrhur ol a monk.. \ The^e ..rr I., jll, made. Man "" "'
12 UJS. Ambassadors Study
The "Caribbean" Situation
Relations.
to vital Anglo-Canadian Wheat |
Conir.i-
-Reuier
Will Go Adrift
In The Arctic
LONDON. Jan. 19.

ing nine months in hj

suit, whu

Kruler
Vote Should Be
Taken On New
Atom Bonil)
-Ob ANGELES Ja
The American public should be
vote oa
whether the new. mon
hydrogen Atom Bomb
dtveloped. Dr. Arthur :
nose Scientist a
told '
md how many American
A commun,o.ue .ssued bv Ik* gj*P.." s""k Kr
goslavs. who retuineil
United SUtes Embassy here after 2^*y
, Ming sessions re-, _ TUJ
nmlpmi Battalion" at Sach-
senhausen They said that bc-
Psre rt
he sa;d that he !
. to the so-called Lni.AS^h,e^haU"V^V l"'0,
, Action Group that they had
the disputes of the Dominican H-- *.1*m i*v*'"al months in the
public with Cuba and Haiti
Robert But:
Ambassador to Cuba
coming the Ambassadors n
betteved
by the organisation of American

putes should be understood
fully m time to fore
misunaerstandlugs ;ud coy.
the communtqiu-
He added that such nleui
ng should not be dlfhcu
(From Our Own I'nrrcspnnrien. i
L0K1>0N,j&l. v.
- ULTIMATUM SUGAit uale by which West
Indian delegates must give an answer to the)
Food Ministry has been extended from January 21
to February 18.
"Gleaner" Vttnrks
Ministry Of Food
Sugar Decision Is a Brutal
fi/ow To Weit Indies
Jsa the sugar imp-.*,
with Jar.

\ominx end
peeled that the Jamaican Gov-
ernment will hack th.
turn.- refusal to present terms
offered bj the ICiniStrs ^: I
The crucial deadlock as |
ed out bv Kirk wood and emplui- j
sised I
"Accrpt" No" is that
-h Govfrnmi'i:
ill produc-
tkn cif the Hntish farmers' sta-
ple products the) .tre kmitin.:
guatssaaead prices for Weal In-
dian sugar to only a proportKu
of the permitted pn-nuction
Il is pointed out that the Wes
Indies suiiar exports in 1M0 wist
be T0.000 tons yet Ilntain Wfl
guarantee to bu\ in l3 ..ri\
M0.0O0 tons.
The Food Muusirv announced
' the granting of this compronus"
idle i\inrr.utee lasx
.
.tabling the news o the Wes*.
Indian delegates this morning.
OBBpRM

I the final da* live days before the
[General Election
The Food Ministry's reason for
meeting the West Indian demand
only halfway is that there is an
assembly of the International
C ounc 11 on Fer ru 11
and may vranl to know I
they
stand with regard to contracts.
N out that so far from encouragin
expansion as pretended by tlr
Ministry of Food this u a briil;.
hlow m the eceJMOG 1 the W
Indies particu!.iri> nnce the dek-
kiaUon had already met ihi
I vernment ba I
Lha i-'tential tapafWalMI
to 900.000 tons. 200.000 less than
the real estimated potential.
The "Gleaner attacks ihe
naklnc i
a> On Pate :.
The Wesi Indiaa ugar in-
I*indon feel .hat the
extension while iverUng the
ihreatened blow up in the next
two or three day* "till dot
for the West
Indian sugar delegates to give,
their repK
| i* understood that
the reply when it does come will
and the feeling is that with poll-
ing day only five
Labour I*ar.v Ministers
not be able to spare tank
their election ''ampaicn
tutorial po nt: eiarwei ihei
n^ Oaaee
.i'-d Ue\-elopment Of "
. bomb, he proposed that Di i
Gallup *ii other*. '.
| the bomb

should Iteep off

I
npton sain u
rkii
1



Ufl to Kight : Lt. CeL KLI1M STKW/VRT and Mr. VICTOR W.
VOX BAOBM poe for the "Advocale\ CaaN iman. Mr. Von
Hatn rumpilint a Guide Book of Barl>..clu>
THE AMERICANS
WANT TO KNOW
How To Get To Barbados
m want U> come to Barbtdog and
| west Indian islands but they do not know ho*
PWhatthcj will lind when thev come here, i
von Hagen. of Connecticut. U.S.A.. told the Advocate ves-
jwrday
Von Hagen -.

iecting material for publ
a guide book of Barbau.
.ulvurtisin*: the island, furnisli it
visitors with .l I
around and up-. -
lion of what they will find lr
.
i a house neai
Maria Hot.
'
Guide Books on 1
... Curacao and
lb. Windward I
,: of the Fred
York. Mr Von H
f.uggenheini'
ship. It 's offered annual!' U
luthprs, and
It is on th
Mr Von Hagen II
^ bal Joint \tion?
-COMES WILL ASK
"^IIT-OF-SI'AIN. Jan. 19.
WU1.UI, by Albert Gomes seek-
ftt .
^P peisons dur.n Ih.' lirisl
rt Februaiv . rouslder
< re.... radonal actin
Sij ,
tarw.
1 Uuu" Of iji-k
st,h .W,rl ol 'l''1""
* B""h F,d Ml
_____ Coirununisl Government
"WoinJs UN. Delegate
TK. r"0NC KONG. JalTjO. '
or ,'iT Cornmu...
ldN, '"""""W nouiled Unl-
S2.S H1 JJ' < the United N.t.on-
tcT^ '' c "" 'o-niiht.
Eevser.
Real Hurricane
The lint .s a b.or.l
mistress of Simon Bojvar, Man-
uela Sa.r
for elfht vear
deacribea her as a "n-..
and a ripe ton
Belize Protests Devaluation
\S e do not Vr ant to lie Beggars*
-S4Y PEOPLES COMMITTEE
iBarbado). sVgmease Cerra.pond.ni'
SRITiaH HONDl RAS, Ian. 18.
officially ab,..
n dlfllctUttgg
local radio from a
London news bulletin.
? Tl
man Johnny Smith declared tha;
glfl A.mld not do much to help
x.uauon diffi .
cording to
! | ,

pointsand deva
I of Using 41
unite efagaje fl
Smith

cconomu Lt
Printed dodger
ulation and devali
"
homeless, ioblaaa and
beggars by past and present
colonial i
laean
4 Drowned In
Sydney Floods
LKDN
lied By dnay
ught and
early todi damaged
boats from their
moorings around the narbour


A man. nil
mto the
sea from the promena<
nulla. All scramNed bs
:..lighter, aged 6,
. .
watched craft in Syd-
ney Harbour being pounded to
thing to save .'
harbojvr shores were strewn with
Reuter.
"Strachey. the Food Minister.
ill peopie
Dg better than belore the
war The |
9 mi aoge 3

their differences fully and frankl>
-nanisation
x mple to the

red that
though the cm
..
full

.. .
u da



of Inter-Ai
be taken uu

end tuin :
. i interest
e> Wants Bowls
For All
NEW YOKK. Jan 19
Mr. Nathaniel L. Goldstein,
k State Attoi I
eral, has asked the Supreme
Court of Manhattan for
nent injunction forbidding the
American liowling Congress from
doing business in the Srate, be-
cause of its discrimination toward
Negroes and other non-whites,
s said to be the t!
'i made to
ban a sports organitaAon on these
- Sh*t<
Reuter
Puerto Rico Has
Surplus Sugar
9,600 Tons Unsold
PUERTO RICO, Jan. 19.
Plant to introduce a B
lac Puerto n
annount
ngton,
He said inert La
with AKrniiitin.il IJepartmen
otflcials on the sugar surplus o
I 1
for lack of '.iuot;i fot -hipmen
Millionaire l*lan-
Wi\l GaaaaM 11IIIII
KKNV.\ .;..
milliunaire.
'
Ig-montl "hunting expedi-

Re plans to !
game from Sudan .md the Re
'
estpndftten
Keui.-r
Rerord Prices For
Vuslraliuu W ool
Australia, .fan M
recoir
'Torso' Murder
Case To Be
Retried
Britain's Coal Mines
\lav Profit tlOm.
J..
Df 1.000.0
iOW

prices can be obtained on the ex-
port market. Lord H>ndU>,
Chairman of the National Coal
(Board said 'today. Further ne

'iiKtion in IH5U w.u
Reuier.
Still Feeling The
Mis8iKsi|r|H Fkiods
m w yokk. Jaa iw

have brought the Mississippi to j

. every available
I back the
srouen rtt

'.imilles at Red-
wood Creek arara forced to flee to
Ri-uli r
KING GUSTAV
RESUMES DUTIES
ST" l 1<>
r Sweden, whose
tead,?v improving, will
taesame his official duties at to-
Cabinet" C'
..aoira Castle here.
DE GASPERI OUTLINES
HIS PLANS TO 4 PARTIES
HOME. Jan 1M.
Designate.
'
Gov-
'. which
resigned 10 days
ago in an effort
expected difficul-
ties in tl

last
night I>e Gas- I__________________
peri tad been "' '
i. Cabi- J
net since the war bv the ei
this week.
Grave dis...
new Government's economic pro- I

sudden
g*M MUarT reW Use rase-
M 'HI ItOVAl MAIL in
Mends.'- i I
ikmI.i resaai .;
nine Air
n.t at to-days
asUng Sign..i Ui Gaspcri
_______ would outline a
pro-
grsuaune for the
new Government
and would ask
the four Parties
whether they
n.ulri accept it.
The majoritv.
Chrislan Demo-
crats. Signer De
Gasperl's own
.tied as certain to
not known what

la, the Liberals.
1 Republicans.Reuter.
Trial Judge III
LONDON, Jan. \a

nurder case here, was earn-
to Hospital for an operation -
cast will begin igaii
udge.
Husne is accused of awrai
Setty. Ixmdon i U
whose lemaliis, dropped sTOm ut.
atreralt, were picked an
lonely marshes round the
of the Thames.
Mr. Justice .Sellers, an
High Court Judge, arrived at ihe
Court where the trial was
into its second day this mon
and told the. Jury: 'Mr Ju
ueeris has been Uiken and)
. HI not be able to proceed
niThei with this case."
He then formally discharged Ihe
Jury, told them they
reewon and the trial avoid
gasn.
The evidence of the M
heard yesterday will be taken
again.
to be the tallest man
on the Hnli.-h High Court neneh
Mi Justice Lewis is 9-
Mr. Justice Lewis last nigh*.
attended the grand da> new Law term at the Inner Tem-
plecentre of the Bit
Community
He became ill after his return
i was taken to hospital
this morning. He had been in con-
Ssaatassle pain during the night
It is pos
,)lu throusli the Marshall Plan
Reuter

:

Don') 'iii
Tel!
the '.\.l\m;ii. |
p;iv inn
Tai,
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fts there
I&Everydere
Will Taylor Have
A Successor?
WASHINGTON. Jan lt>
Id a Press
* nee today thai' the
f conunuing repres:.'
at the Vatican and .tppoK.
siK-eessor to Myron Taylor ware
both under study at the State De-
I artmeni
lesianaiiou was an-
nounced last niaht
3d.
> bottle
delicious and refreshing
Snow Cuts "Plioiu-
IIOI.CKINA. Ian l>
tails of snow today
blocked many mountain paaaes
across the Apennines In north-
ern Italy. Telephone, communi.
cations between Bologna and
Florence ware cut. when the
weight of ike snow bore down
Md Unas.Sswkfr.
Bottled Under Authority o/
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PACE TWO
THi. BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Qahib Calling
Women's World
MR E GittM
y B W I A If*
es'crdky aft'
tbt final session
L*: -r.miiwco trUcl"
Havtinc- I
ih fUi Royal.
Oth*r -<>Htf who had atterid-

B.WIA >' "Tday were Hon"ble
WO. Peter*. Trcasjrer and C"-np-
* -n St Kitt
H'W'ble D R Walwyn. Treasurer.
....
;-:-.n-bl* L
ifue. Assistant
St. Luda a:
A C. I! Barnee, Treasurer of St
re staying at the
HoM and H
T*toorr.tv*rg Collector General.
Jamai-a who was at the Ocean
A B Bo
i Secre'ar* of TVimlnica

ferwic* Ifft 1t n'rht bv the

at !h H
an
Barbados' Is Topi
map aao Mn r J 1'oUn of
* 1 veland, Ohio were among
the Miwnftn making a round
np hmm-Hv*. Orleans on the
Safaris" which arrived
Sales Representa-
Chicago. Illinois
-lay that
i January
7 and expect to return February
3. Speaking of the trip down he
thourh t m rough.
as their first visit to Bar-
bados and their Impressions of the
heir way
bt that Barbados
was the best of them all They
< stay here and
throughout the dav, a
some verv nice COOl *
. .
returning
for a holiday.
Mr JOHN SILLIER
A Keen Golfer
HERE on a short business viul
Is Mr. John SaUler, Salestrun
of Gordon Grant and Co Ltd.
in He arr.ved or.
Wsdnsjaday afternoon by B W.I.A ,
and is staying at the Hotel
Royal.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
SelUer of TrlniJad, John is a keen
has been playing sin e
he was about seven years old and
in 1948 he won the St. Andrew''
Golf Club Championship In
Trinidad.
1. inidad n>
arias just con-
cluded in Tnnidad.
batting a out the tou-
he told Canb that the Barbadian
Team was Just too ,
rag centre forward and
be had the misfortune' always :o
be marked by the Barbadian
Peter Paltcson.. who
to be everywhere. I
couldn't get away from r.;m t
all," he said. However John wa*
responsible for scoring one of
. in the final test
IIMi: l> \ GKOrr Ol [Ol RMS of! the Mrll.i 1
who after lunrhlng at the .\nmli. I I u I. wsw,.,* itlemoon.
relaxed on the dixmc platform in betueen their Itfftga
Ch! What u Beautiful Day
\
rj
ana Um tourois who unaod (rum


Use laaics wore i

white or
pa stuck at
r.kisft angles on tkhM
Dirts and ; .
I unng the
id touch -t i
Hotels or Clubs, and followed this
up with g
N chap at the Baggage
Warehou I r<- he re-
lf. ifi rf
. i a most
i ression on his face. On
enquiring what the trouble was.
he said hasg about
interest in the
island, and it* si absolutel> en-
juita make up
' to go back on board
Afternoon Matinee
A. m an gad by the British !
Council at "Wakefleld". White Park
this afternoon at 1J0 o'clock.
It is thought that those who live
m th country districts and are
perhassi only able to come m to
t wn one- a waek would welcome
-n afternoon film show which
they could sea before returning
borne whan their business for the
day was concluded. The films to
bt shown have bean selected foT
their country interest
The first item is a Latest News
Film, followed by Turn of the
Furrow, a film describing the re-
volutionising of farming by the
use of tractors of all kinds, shapes
nd sizes.
The title of the third part of the
programme is the "Milky Way.""
film specially made for United
Dsdrtag which describes the un-
< asmg vigilance and care taken
to ensure a clean milk supply in
England.
The final item is "World Ear-
d-n." a beautiful film in Techm-
e -lojr of the Botanical Gardens
at Kew. The show will began
promptly at 3.30 o'clock, and lasts
an hour and a half. Admission u
free and no tickets are required.
> <>
Dr. Tony Gale
EVERYONE will be glad to hear
that they will soon have a new
doctor in their midst. He is Dr.
D. A. Tony Gale. MB Ch.B..
M R C S., L.R.CP. Tony left
Harrison* College in 1942 and
went to McGill University. Can-
ada, where he studied medicine
until 1M4. when he got a scholar-
ship to Birmingham University.
At Birmingham he took part in
many University activities, and
was chosen for the tennis and
hockey teams- During his vaca-
tions he visited Ireland and
Sweden besides seeing much of
England. Tony is one of the hap-
piest men in London this week
le passed his last exam on the
10th of January.
*
Power Cut
MOST of tnc Cinemas were out
of action, due to a power cut
from the Electric Company last
night. The Olympic's show was
brought to an abrupt halt hall
way through the matinee pro-
gramme. When the power was
restored most fans were still in
their seats. The picture was re-
started and tickets were sold for
the night show, to other movie
goers who were waiting outside.
Passed by the Aquatic Club ana
Empire Theatres, but they wan
all in (.arkness. Did however sec
a few cars outside the Club and
lanterns were flickerir,^ I
' pier
Correction
CHILD; for the
Arts and Crafts S
be submitted from 10
from 10 ajn. lo 1 pm. Adults
work is to be handed in from 10
am to 5 p.m. on Friday only, and
not including Saturday aa origin-
ally announced.
< c>
Comings and Goings
MR Arthur De Lima. Managing
Director nf Messrs Y De
Lima and Co.. Ltd and his mother
Mrs. Rosario De Lima m.
for approximately tl
They arrived on Wedne-
*.oon by B.W.I.A. and an
wi-.h Mn C. Goddard of the Gar-
rison.
Count and Countess Alexandre
Orlowski of Vermont, U
last night by the -Lad
'or Bermuda where they will re-
main for about a week with rela-
tives of the Countess before re-
turning home They had spent
about two weeks' holiday here and
were staying at the Hastings
Hotel.
H Rowbotham. Director
nf Works. Dominica and Mrs.
Rowbotham, reAirned home last
UM "Lady Rodney" after
i holiday here. They
were staying at the Hastings Hotel
1 i 1
New-Shle Servant
- Stafford's Carrots
of BOW 1A* Meen
reacts la ltje-myie Wisaasari
Castle servants appear* in aa
American Magasfeae pajWIahed
yaatssstej
The Queen, it says, told a friend
.-. servants come
on in shifts and 1 never know
who will be o:
"The housekeeper came to me
.ipps had
the Chancellor should
be called at 630 a.m. with a bowl
of chopped raw
"But there's no sen-art on duty
ali night, and the first ones come
on at seven.
So I told the housekeeper:
'You will tell Lady Cripps that
Sir Stafford will be called at
seven and that a covered bowl
of carrots and a knife will be
placed by his bed tonight If I
they arent fresh in the morning.
we are very sorry L.E S.

(,LOBE

I KT!NG TODAY .> & 8J(I and < nntinuj.
GLENN FORD ana IDA LOT
-LIST FOR 4.0I.O-
TO-NIGHTLOCAL TALENT ON STAGE
.'. ArtistOmar Scotl Keaha
GRAND JITTERBUG CON.
Cash Prizes to be OHered
Calling all JITTERBUGGERS for Audition Suj
from 9 a.m. to I p.m. ^"'
')v/.v.w.'.v,v.v////A'//,v.w/.'A"//w. -:::,
Hmi h born y laldr*
tequiis W Sxlela
Queen Of Sheba Fad Or Fiction?
BY Till: WAY ...by Beachcomber
\Y

Desire
F Tl* T
I .i-er situations
At the end of
gala act a la |
but sts from tne prompter s
moke re till
-.
OTCI
of
\ .Snibkm mu-r^r f
THE raceat defeat of the loud-
bbsjsMc m
h when peple annouitcel
that they woul I
single predud are com-
manded to buy. will probably lead
to some kiwi ol intemaUonul
agreement > which "saies-
isaaatance'' will be a
offence in all go-ahead countries.
The rumour of ii gigontlr mer-
cer .
S|x>kusrndi> srhan Ihil
merger is achieved. e\ l
soda] shynea* to bear-
stains on bo^k-rt will be curable
by one o- other of these astonish-
ing products.
4
In paMMtng
THE drath the other day of
dear friend of mine who was
daydreaming girl of the
famous ***ig "Uttle Dolly Day-
dream'' recalled to me something
.lames Agate pointed outthe
healthiness and happlnees mA
thoat songs of Leslie Stuart com-
l>.tred with the maudlin drooling
of today. "The lily of Laguna"
was the song of a happy lover
(**| knou* she likes me!"), and the
COOB in "Little Dolly Daydream
asserts vigorously. ''No one
Kwlne ter kiss dat gal but me".
dat gal but the sub-man for whom
being In love Is an occasion for
hideous self-pity. Those song, had
ear meant
to Bfl moaned into | gadget or
turned on like gas and water.
>
linnlvnintt nuio
THIS Is the time to plant
-shoots In view of
IKiaslble events at the Zoo later
In the year.
IMPORTANT
I JOHN WHITE SHOES
WAS there a (tttssta -f Sheba,
or Is the story of ner visit to
Solomon just a legend4 Was she
voluptuous beauty, as shown
n the silent screen, or just an>
ordinary woman?
To seek the answer to this
3.000-year-old riddle a party of
American archaeologists is leaving
shortly for Southern Arabia.
Leader U 28-year-old Wendell
Phillips, who recently discovered
ruins in Arabia which he believes
to be the lost lar.-l- of Sheba.
Almost identical stories of the
queen's visit to Jerusalem, to test
Solomon's wisdom are to be found
in the BibleFirst Book of Kings
--(cond Book of Chroni-
cles.
Ih 400 word.- we are told that
her mission was "to prove him
I Solomon > with hard questions."
From her oity of Ophir aha
made an impressive
Jerusalem "with a very great
kfh camels tr-.'
piers, and very much gold and
precious stones."
'Supreme Beauty'
Bible account contains
no description of the queen

legends
In A.D 500
"supremely baaul
: house of
Abyssinia claims direct descent
I om a union of Solomon and the
queen.
They say ancient records show
they had an only son U

C. Crau-
ford. stayed at the Court of the
Imam of Arabia and was shown
secret histories of the queen.
According to document* the
queen "was talL with the grace
of a flower and the complexion
of an olive '
Kvps Like Almonds
"Her eyes were shaped like
almonds, and were dark like
shadows and glowed as with Are.
"She was very slender. sgkd
her voice was tike the sighing of
the breezes of the evening."
But the Court chronicjer had
this to say of his mistress also:
-She could rage like a tigress.
and she was sometimes called the
footad devil."
For though all accounts speak
of the beauty of Balkis. Queen
cf Sheba. they also agree on
another point, too. She was lame.
Some say Solomon, in Ul
wisdom, cured the affliction
London ExpretM Service
sou noN ov ^ i imini -
CKO>M\<
SKELETON CROSSWORD*
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1 1 1
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Ut:t:.ai tnad* irom oorai ana
. a snort p*t**p* aaaM so a
Yjurs parUr sr.a mine [
M - .i : Vr: ,r:n;.
, Hfiidanci of a mnsscai
ciaracter 7
. Tne sort of hair on* gsu from
a pennaoaot wave ?
H.ey nave lasting quaUUas.
.-..*.t c-i-.nlng.
Sucaa up.
. H*:t paid, halt teat W
taagasnaBi ~:.>:-o.
l Pisce at the oppoatt* end.
. Authoritative announcatnans
wiicti might be cited..
si pauit m anothar.
. h aara,
. s -. a swell war. pashaps. aa
Ma
CLFES DOWN
shouldn't ba.
. Pa.-*, of a preacrtetton (or
vudom. among other tbaaga
i tSree wo:da>.
. I* always in bloom.
. tjwt mar as 18 aaroaa.'
. bucn ^atndnass aoaal fga-
healthT-
T?S^aTtw*lr-
. "-.'j: howerar
. tms. thouaQ
common, mar
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Each daT the code letters are different.*
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The Man-.tonK'iit a/ith a (h opcrata
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night until a normal electric supply is available.
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jfjDAY. 1ASVABY tt, MW
THE B-.BBADOS ADVOCATE
The Truth About
The Jungle War
. \i\ .1 i ooMpondawt)
R lily M.,i1j
,il(. mh about the Malayan campaign?
K be shortened i' on| will it last? What do the
^p'l'rut about it'.'
T nisi returned Iran inyestiuatini; these and other
j^ior* 'nswers-
"1... aIf the ad" OTidlis in London.
' ', l iJir troop"? i The jungle school boys an
*T.h. 10 OOP British iroops moiii* ..award! .-lever
PAGE TUBEE
.-lever
hSXTw. ; mc"-Th?
Jepl'"1'
roily of
hops In*
HUM. Bui in.
iunitl.- '
rat mam rM 1
* Ogftol in Jobore.
id.^knr M.clhixls
"J&n and N.C.O.s are
Pa"*
|Shy Malaya
Is Important
lUlava
dollar
MALAYA......poitanl I"
our blgajei I
. ,111.1
-..mill *if goock
cawaa and '
fOVCl
New Bear* '"' ""'
!*" u.,
Ilaia.v.1 u the worlai
1 -DM produca "i
natural rubhi-r ..nil till.
Britain has
otalgltnm* with its
nine Malaya feeils and guards
Ihe great
Singapore.
1 find the alleged tea shortage
tor thoao in ihe jungle has been
red at home.
It caused nmusement among
-.-i.l Tummies I spoke to yes-
I- arc moss concern-
ed with the inm-p.,viTi.-ni of .inn-
.....Use Ihe present
are "m-idered onlv
trslntof."
A report of a shortage of sur-
- i-leading. Several are
lie. and no British soldi.r
has died from lark nf mcdi. .1
care.
"' ll the (jenrroi
""d allili.de of fhe
IRM1JB7
I i- morale of Ihe troops is not
good, bseausa of the long run
WlUHaU .,nv kind of success
1 he-wisp enemy.
feeling ,s tnst ,r
high-ups ln-1.. jnd in the War
' '.'>t up to the job.
Iliiui.l. lafjst Ai 'Spit And
Polish
The Coldatreamen and Scots
ir also angry gf so much
-pn and polish."
l-.-ii the hanUits
bush after ambush
local papers ran o icUlr0 ot lbe
Scots Guards ,, ^Me , KulLl
Uimpur. ii i,ikl,d j llk y^
Horse Guards Parade!
1 think the- whole situation can
be summed up thus:__
COLD OUTSIDE
**_* K>*C*sr Fro,ry, Far. 0-jT TVionojr-Torms
lik*V if uiarm saalls are noTevenly di'iTriboIiJ.
Bulgaria
Gets A New
Cabinet
often have In
K-itecj .h.--' battle
and iroop
f at pail trai
What is the present
jag of the length of hr
w>>
I
a war would liv lengthy
of ttii- verj dill 'ill roun-
Uw:> t

toe campaign's progress
indu '
M pinion al minors .ind
lm is itui Uilngt ' bet-
b sit brim nton i. -. by
rjsrr methods and lark nf
DM writ il Ihr lop.
Ukel<
rebels' ammunition holds
I; .
ibad condition i i
I
Hang
h uiar is
fought nt half-cock
* '
This wei I
It annoiiii' t
pin !h<'( mglc
m. But, in fact, it was
by onlv 40
i &uhi> dn
i||^ .411(1 trundled
u point which

arc vir
Bui ,--
inched."
UMn ,. :tnour.
m* Arc Keen \ni|
Clever
llOOl h,s
ana Ugi,,,., |)(ll.k fo|,
Tiir 11.
W been pauMi ()ll ,
;
fcssians Slill
alkingOul
r SUCCF..SN
,.u''!'
JUomt Ta
"Unit...
"H.tionali.1
wT'";' UnUi
i/i- i-
Duret
1-ir.fp.-,.,
'Gleaner' Attacks
Ministrv of Food
i 11.in Pace I
falae ompartion ol tiw GVeM in
: priMliu tlGi. by basing
UM 'n;niianson on the puny pro-
duction of 1938.
"That was the very year !ho
Royal Commission had to be sent
to the B.W.I" the "Glc:mvi tU-
'lai.~.
The commission made findings
on dismal coadUkm In the Caiib-
bean so shocking thai his Ma-
je.>t>'s Government was ashamed
to publish the report until 1945
because of the comfort it would
give the King's enemies.
Further support for all West
Indian protest was cabled to
the "Gleaner" yesterday by
i Ihe The West Indian" ot Gren-
ada as follows: "Your Press mes-
*e> was strengthened further
i to-day by the editorial caption
j "British perfldy". urging the
Legislature to re-affirm their
support.
The newspaper concludes; "Our
i support continue-
(By CaWe.)
The pre-war mentality hns re-
turned to Malaya.
\ War Office spokesman asked
n1 nil ivpurts of allege'!
m 'in the length o'
iiaign. said:
"From Ahe very beginning naili*
Dnlng was on the basis ot
operations, and no
attempt to conceal this has ever
boon iTiihi- military.

"I with we touid tell you ho*
long it will laj)
The ipokeavntn Hid that ir
Mill ;'.
llitj ara thrown on lh<
most junior officers.
Uw same in the No-th
African campaign," he added.
itlle. isolated groups of
R.A.C. vehicles or Infantry
from the mi. n
"In those conditions the lie- -
n Ml the limelightand the gun "
(World ropprioltf)
L.K.S
Protest Austrian
Treaty Delay
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.
The United States State Depart-
ment said today that u would
consider taking "appropriate
action to re-establish Austrian
Ireeuom and independence", as it
was doubtful whether pi ogress
could be made on an Austrian
Treaty.
The Department issued a state-
ment of the conversation in Mos-
cow yesterday on the Austrian
Treaty questions between Andrei
Gromyko, Soviet Deputy Foreign
Minister and the French, British,
and United States Ambaj
The statement said: 'The United
States AoibMtidor in Moscow, to-
nethei with the British ;md French
i'. railed on Mr.
Gromyko to protest the delays.
which have been encountered i"
the negotiations on th<
Treaty.
"Ambassador King (of the
U.S. Ambassadors
Study "Caribbean
Situation n
Sfraaa page 1
e proceedings of the
Committee of the organisation of
American States at Washington.
which Is investigating Haitian mm
Dominican charges, in which
Cuba ngure* .is an interested
partv.
Haiti has asked the Committee
to invoke the Rio Mutual Defence
Treaty, charging the Dominican
Republic with committing a series
of "thuyam acts of intervention
affecting the territorial inviola-
bility nf the sovereignty and |K>-
litical independence" of Haiti.
The complaint referred to a
plot broken up on December 19
to assassinate Haitian President
Dumarsais Estime, and several
other high officials.
The Committee has criticised
the Dominican Republic for giving
its President special war powers
in its dispute with Cuba. Domini-
ca took this action after accusing
Cuba of preparing a new attempt
to invade the Republic.
tRealcr.l
Belize Protests
Devaluation
0 From Page 1
benefit the Rniish exploiter, they
will be eating still worse."
Unconfirmed reports say that
the merchants* suggestion that
government drop rice control and
raise the wages of all workers in
the colony was i ejected by gov-
ernment on the ground that
wage boosts would defeat the pur-
pose of devaluation.
The People's Committee lead-
ers are furious over a letter from
government informing them that
the people's memorial proustiog
devaluation of the dollai is beni*
urgently considered by the Sec-
retary of Stale. Mr. Creech Jon.-s.
Smith said: "I do not want
Creech Jones to consider his own
blunders. We want the King tad
Parliament to consider Creech
Jones' blunders."
The Committee u conattarinfl
Informed Poliee:
Arrested For $lm
Boston Robbery
BOSTON. Jan. 19.
Police today raided
house where they seized l.OOo
rounds of ammunition, and pickca
up three men for questioning, aflat
aft ex-convict's telephone call
about the Boston $1,500,000 rob-
bery on Tuesday.
The man who tipped off the
Police told them that he was the
driver of the escaped car used in
'.he robbery.
They found four boxes of am-
munition and a revolver of the
type used by the gunner in the
holdup.
The Police Captain said that the
man named all those who look
part in the robbery,
three other ex-...:
New York Police arrested the
informant shortly ..fter he had
made the telepho-* call from .
tavern -Renter.
Moog Guarded
By Police
BERLIN. Jr
Special Police palroU
today gt.aiding the Weet Berfci.
Hospital, where Leonhard Moog,
prominent Liberal Democrat, who I
yesU.ida> resigned his paw
Finance Minister of the Ea-r
man province of Thunngia. wa-
lying. Herr Moog had requested
Police protection, fearing that he
might be kidnapped, a Polio
spokesman said. The former Fm-
.incv Minister entered the hospi- ;
tal on Saturday, after a motot
accident From his sick bed, lv
Ubmttted his resignation
day, and received in ratUj
Ultei CrOOl tht I'lcnuii i f
ingia, Werner Eggerath. nfUfai '
to accept the lesignatwn
calling on him to return to hi-
Reul'-i
LJ.K., French.
L.S. Citizens
Interned
0 r'rom I'aae 1
ll lln'.ish or Ameri-
cans" thei <
10 yvan laboui lor i
a Japanese doator, an tti
lib.
The mx
rain ilao aUtgtdb Mtv b) i
German itunate of SMbaenhauaM
who arn.. Action
Group's Berlin i >
day.
Tin Oroun wag gbU b
of their names, but was unwilling
to publish them for ti
pnsals against the inc
A Brttuh pok<
lm .iction VKNUd I"' taken by the
British authorities until M tru
available > een collect*
.i and tudied
Reuier's cnrreapondatV
to hear the accounts himself. Al
four persons spoken to v. i
making
gtateroanti ind
tion their
the camps.
Reulrr.
-/N 1950
SOFIA. Jan. 19.
The Bulgarian Parliament la-
da] elected a new Cabinet
proposed by Prune Minister V. -il
Kolarov they are as follows
VIce-PriaHiaH: Velko Cher.e.!-
kov. a member of the Polilburc
Vladimir Poptomov. I
Member who is also Foic -n
Minister. Rayko Damiai..
bureau member and
Speaker In Parliament, and !
rnm i
Mi abler* imciu.i. R ;v
C'hrutozov; EduCBl I
Fiiuiuc Kmi Laaai .
Bad! Naidenov. IXi.
General Georgi Damaianov.
ber of the Politbureau; I'- ne
Trade; Pelo Pelovski. fonnei
baasador to Belgrade, port In
Trade; Dimiter Qanev; Agricul-
ture; Titko ctm
Icmber: Forest:
Popov; Construction Bl iioi
Ivanov; Communal I
PMa K.imcnov; Trans|> :
Polnbiire.ui Men I
PosU and Telegr;n I
Cbava; btdugtry anil Ifli i
I'.llIiHH, ..,!
R
Health: Pmtm Kolan r,
: i .
Tcrpevphev. Politburem,
nwoa ! iba
one la non-part]

it Rarlo 1
1
OB of Si ll
Control tnd Comn
Ait and CurtUM. They will all
have the rank of Minister-
Reater.
Because
You Love
Things
Nice
Just Opened .. .
The Finest in Under-
things by the Famous
VAN RAALTE
BRASSIERES
PANTIES
SUPS
& NIGHTIES
AT THE
MODERN DRESS
SHOPPE
BROAD STREET.
10VES
(iiticura
^*- TALCUM **
V
United States) and the British and tablinK direct to 'he King request-
French Ambassadors asked Mrt,n? lf PO"onal and urgent ..-
Gromyko what aauraoen eoulc1
be given that the Vienna negotia-
tions would be completed, thUI
pormlttlng the Deputies to con-
Austrian Treaty on th-
basis of the agreement U
June 20. 1M9. (
Pakistan Would Clwose
Russia Before India
KARACHI. Jan. 10.
! ir Firoz Chan Moon, former High Commissioner of un
divided India in London, loday warned Ihe Western Powei>
thai ii .1 i .mi over Kashmir, it would "engulf the whoit
subcontinent in an ideology, which would not be favourable
, solldale the CommonwealUi.
Ho hail noticed a chango ul
atlilude among the Amtntar
People and Government. He hoooc
that they would quickly take .
,>un-ble attitude 0% t
Dining n stormy debate or
ii the Pakistan Parlia-
ment, he i pooplo ui
Pakistan would much ratbat '> i
Sovie-
r afti
4

In the debate, ovanil members

United Sta nsponsiblc
or the pti iiK-k over

Su Lflroi Chan \li-m said, "i(
Pakistan is looking to the
I'liitui Nations for .1 solution ol
i regret
i king in vain." He
. Security Council
was "a plaything' In the hands
of the United states and Bnt-
.iiii.
Beth had favoured India over
Kashmir, ibe United Btl
i nmmunisni, and
Bi Italn i" 'ed to con-
.
PAKISTAN GETS 400
LONDON. Jan. If.
Dr. A. E. Moitiii.*
\ . i to the
Pakistan (; nnuatKA, said here
today that the British Aoademj
had voted 400 to the Pakistan
Government for further cxeava-
tion nt Mohenio-Daro.
i said 'hat the sum had
ad from the bequest left
by the
sideration ot the memorial.
In the middle of the afternoon.
Smith and Secretary George Price
travelled to the Western Guate-
inala border town of Cayo and
the village of Benqueviejo'to lead
in anti-devaluation demonstra-
tion to-nighl.
A demonstration o( people from
ill five districts to Beluv is
planned In naad
The government release al 3.00
P in. stated that the gift-report is
peardei) duUnctlon or some
confusion with the -!50.000-riollar
grant to subsidize iood after
devaluation.
An emergency cable has been
seni to the Secretary to clarify
the n-poit.(Ry Cafir.)
WomanFigiiUSnakt'
Audience Didrit Know
LONDON. Jan 19.
While a Czech snake dame-
Madame Kochas. struggled for her
life with a three-yard long boo-
on a London theatre
stage las.' uighi. .1 2.W0 ti.>t>k>
audience < lapped loudly, thinking
it was all part of the act.
The snake, "Reil", locked its
tail round Madamo Kochas
waist and began to lighten ilself
round hei m>ck.
When she slumped streaming to
the floor, her husband and the
singe director rushed to hei Hid,
Between them they loosened ,li,.
U, the Academy by the late Ml ~;r" m,\>' '"*"i"l ON
u. famous for his arch-! no'a as the curi.
aeological work in the lndo- *
Pakistan sub-continent
Beutrr. "" m
was on the stage again In
nutes.T
iNo Basio Changes
in Spanish Ki'gim*'
MADRID. Jan 19
An authoritative ottdal
itold "Reuter" 10-mghi
published abroad, alleging that
basic changea are pending in ;k
Spanish regime, ran lie categor-
ically denied."
This denial referred to reports
published abroad that the 12
members of Spain's Council ol tl
Keaim. which
last and afterwards paid a visit
to General Franco at the Pali.ce
of Ei Panic, him
Italy to lead to beak
the present Spanish regime.
(Reuter.
I'llAT hopeku icdint thai >ou'r too eesk,
.inipi> aasasa tn..i
u >c been 'Jinn k*. ninth oil Ol
>uf i>od' iishorioi two 1 lagtbselm
Mb- j). 'cm
Tissue, strengthened
To pui yeu ^htii "" "ecil *
'SunaioaM
pliosphorut .uid pfON>
u thai ihc> *i< >iuickl> si I

mid nulil) lie* larOUgh Nouf "hole bod\

gautea mur.* ol Sjoaiotcn' ioUy.
1 ami 'Iruggitll
mh
,.( m
rrstofes health, ygggg and >if*!h)
TV ".W \*r-to
vi n\ 1 rortu
I nun

vmrfit lif*ilftnmU
Acheson Advocates
rtA Free Choice"
WASHINGTON. Jan. 19.
Dean Acheson. United State.
Secretary of State, announced to-
day that the United Stales wai
ready to vote for a resolution In
the United Nations leaving eacn
government free choice in re-
suming full diplomatic rauUloii
with Franco-Spain(Reuter.)
To Be Recalled
SOFIA. Jan. 19.
The Itulgarian Government hai
asked the Yugoslav Government
for the immediate recall of their
Ambassador. First Secretary of
the Embassy and Consul gfl tofte.
the Bulgarian News Agency
announced hen- tonight.
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What raa hr d7
Ha luca aller him ..ill.
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PAGE FOUR
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY .1 \\f\ny ^ J
BARBADOS
Elii*
r
SIX CEXT TREES A JOB FOR EVERV ONE

Friday. January H MW_________
Elementary Teaching
IN a circular to Ihe ht>adtearh(!
Elementary Schools, the Director of
cation has suggested the teaching of Latin.
Spanish, mathematics and science as addi-
tional subjects to the present curriculum.
The matter has been widely discussed by
teachers, and the general public gradually
tensing the implications of the change, are
now wondering what will happen to the
educational system of this island.
There are two general comments to be
made in any examination of the issues in-
volved and they open up wide fields of
discussion and give rise to grave anxiety.
No one could object to additional subjects
in an attempt to produce the ideal system
but it is necessary to ensure first that the
teaching of subjects now on the curriculum
in the elementary schools has reached the
highest standard; and secondly that there
is an adequate supply of teachers and
equipment to embark on the teaching of
these additional subjects
Close examination of the details of the
change must involve the employment of
fetal knowledge which has B
been brought to bear by any body" of
experts in this island. The first approach
to the matter, if such change were found to
be desirable and necessary is to ascertain
how manv teachers in the 126 elementary
schools are qualified to teach the subjects
which it is now proposed to add to the
curriculum. Any such census might dis-
close that the number is too small to
justify the attempt. It is true that there
are teachers in the elementary schools who
Cambridge and School Certificates,
but becau'. lOB which obtained
under the old pupil teachers' system be-
fore, assistants would have studu
mentary algebra and geometry at the third
and fourth year examinations in prepara-
tion for the certificate examinations. Such
smattering ol knowledge as they gained in
mathematics was forgotten by the majority
on as they had qualified. Even these
ns added together could not
supply one qualified teacher fa
school.
There arc perhaps a number who entered
the teaching service on the strength of the
Cambridge or School certificate ami
be able to teach Latin up to the required
Undard; but those qualified to leach
Spanish are few and far between.
It is clear that the time which would be
ied in the teaching of extra subjects
should lie devoted to the fundamentals on
which all the other educational attainments
arc based. The present standard as evinced
by the performances of those scholars who
now leave the elementary schools is far
from satisfactory and to reduce the oppor-
tunity to improve this condition is far from
I able.
The question arises as to the furnishing
of equipment. TBS) books used in tl
mentary schools are now furnished I
mment; and the question arises
whether it is proposed, and from
source, to supply the necessary textbooks
ar.ish, mathematics and science.
The parents of pupils of IB*
schools have been described as pe opV
are unable to meet the financial df I
of education for their ctiildi.
much they might desire to do so. It would
follow naturally that they arc unable to
supply textbooks for the additional sub-
These details seem to raise issues
a before any attempt can
introduce the change suggested.

question of tile primary function
school The teaching
three Ba has been tsU I mucn
comment and criticism in this laid
teaching of English which il
to any citizen of the British I
say the least, highly unsatisfactory To add
subjects which will detract li
ary function of the schools .
dislocate the *>v
LAST
bristled witr.
Il> Lm W.i.I.
type of individual permitted en-
jr.d for whal purpo"-
imiln Individual seeks to enter
equal Colony, such mm. be retarded >
meenon. For example.
ne-e are m-
em the street ol Bridgetown who are]
lund
H< Vrr4 lsWrfiii.-r
LONDON, (By Mail).
THERE will be jobs for almost
... Br ; IK working population in
unemployed Notrtof them are! !950 no matter which he election
Barbadians by mrth. and while. in the opinion of Labour Ministry ..mciais and '
iianril ~ o lh**r P11*"' maT ""* te tnrir ow'' experts in industry and u
:t the local ewniuiutyare ^ forecast for continued lull em)
'''" I^T^LT^Ji'J^A^^ ment, however carries several important re-
would certainly see* ;e took no part m the .ble^orenv Had *>< servations: that no new dollar crisis forces 9
STunS- 'tS-iZ.SSS&g&S' ? ^^n!-. "'* ts mimports and that industrial peace
Enthralled .peeutors also learn- of the hammer from Chai-man them on their arrival. P~un! is preserved.
ed thai fishing euu smith, who cnplained that he they had come "' "h"J If supplies of raw materials can be main-'
Colon, exempt from could not hew. but from the attt- adult aye. ttvejcouM be senlea*
&&%u!


R W B BAKED am
AUSTRALIAN BAaTLTTT
-
BASTOS POR". Bottle
OIII\MIt
For TO-DAV
led n! Lhing til
Uau.ll, ^
3
15
2S
51
VniMFA
M
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LB
here when ol j
enter fc.~Cota "l"'not hear"."buTfron. the atU- adult W. *Sr^ ***nBiS5
custom, duly. nd mat iaber- tude ot mo* of the honourable and the ^*EmJm3-
man is a "nshe en he M not rrnann. very where it ^^a^Trvnldad col
ashes from a kal IBs prospects of forests .a deposit from any""*.
luxury y wood, dottta* th>. uland matter from whatpart of the
at, wa landscape are a. far away as m **. who amve, .Tthout a re-
"""" mMt *" mt* iefTnit^lS "witnoTS? coHec-
, ,. I. .mend the Nat- ^ ,&.
ment tide G Act of IMS proJuced becomes Ihe financial responsibU-
elec-.ed Bomm M P> *>* >nt*r-sting commenu from ity of the .sanding' ^^mfix,
,r(..., ...... Mi Mr a:: m ffM wOm 4 -- M IMc. a abate idMM k u
the proposal to make i x of strangers to the Colony Mr Allder's mind. ch is com-
PBymentof -ix neighbouring islands and rnendable. but this; island, as M-
newly plante-j 'urth*r AeH. Mr AlWer Crawford pointed out cannot
(mahogany an-i X" that strangers entered the afford to hinder, much less kee.i
Ihe "pv-<" Uw clauic island without any difficulty, and out. those who would come here
that once .ained as long as they wished, fur the purpese of. .)[*-'
that the-* peop.e crcaung employment. Wr.cn ^peaK-
ributed little to the well bein- ing on the matter of gove-nmw..
m this, it would subsidy for approved trees. Mr.
,1 you are I., r "' AHder favour, a Allder referred to the saying of
your six o*t'Onn. which, it being "ehsesaper to ouy mUk than
aforementioned >x throughout the road of history, has j^fP-J^T"-^"1 **.1
cents will cost a fine f SM.00 for not proved a payinj game The cow there will be no milk uniesa
Dm firs* ubia rhjt senior member for St John warn- be imported in tins, and unless
ed nte Government of the danger Barbados has more empk
of strangers being permitted u tcugher a ill ;: become fo.- ;h<*-
D nour was srK: , r ihe Colony, setting up busi- who seek work In other words.
' ness and employing lecal labour it is far mo.-e expedii" I
colt so accurately quct< ;w. wages. It If regrettable island to encouri,;.' out
..... ; ;;*e. rather than see--.
tl it could be. but surely low deter it.
certain.;. ifsa must be regarded as l As to the importauon of fishing
no wages at all. equipment, Mr Reece summed i:p
Too many employers are honest- the whole situation in a nutshell.
* ly unable to afford to pay the Some members apparently had the
members in the discussion, the standard of wages that tl k* that such a move might tend
chances of shelter from the sun wlsn. and rather than release em- to benefit those whr fish for
ees. offer reduced earnings, pleasure rather than 'nose whe
implanted mahof ia:- Thai there are unscrupulous em- do so for a livelihood, but as Mr.
Ina trees appear exceedingly re- plovers cannot re denied by any Reece emphasised, it nr)k*i no
r made a most Mne person, but to suggest that difference who catches the fish
practical sunne*'. raiders coming here for the it is the fish that are reeded.
that fruit rpose nf business are corning There Is an excellent structure
the clas .: .... to bleed and exploit the along the waterfront in Bndge-
trees, reasoning I Ing man is a fallacy town that I have often admired.
era are to be ; .-ier It may. 1 think, be regarded i
ting to the thai greater pre- one of life's little idiosyncrasies
be taken as to the a fish market without any fish.
tamed and there are no big strikes, unem-
ployment is not expected to become a problem!
before 1951.
The post-war boom Is expected to last at
least another vear, but no one is preparec
to predict the outlook for 1951. By then
Marshall Aid will be running out and if
Britain's dollar export drive is not a huge
success the nation's factories will be cui-
tailing production or closing down for lack
of raw materials.
To-day in Britain some 22.255.000 people
are in civil employment, another 740.000 in
the armed forces and only 323.600 registered
unemployed. The remainder of the working
population is made up of men and women j
released from the armed forces who have;
not yet taken up employment.
Labour exchanges throughout the country-
have more than 366,000 jobs open, and as the ]
Ministry of Labour points out, a large num-,
ber of the registered unemployed are actually;
in the process of transferring from one job
to another.
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Haw i In ;i|i is A British
Passport Today V
I THOUGHT I had becoir.
;.
Chutir |
I and British passpa .
an.
Anyone Who qiMUCI u
passport inspection as often as I
do is bou -
nat this British citizen- person entitled to a British pass-
ship of ours ia a club from <* -
few are blackballed nowadays
-ed, and
U] shocks
in this connect
Karl von


"How <>n earth d'd you man-
**
said
Foreign < i
von Loesch, like other high
members of the Clerrr
s arrested and interne*!
Friends of mine saw him ant,
.hat he was "(--opera-
'.'on Lotsch," so one wJ
nis British inlerrogators told ma,
"is all out to please. He baJ
given valuable information.'"
Soon altar that I heard from
port if he wished and to claim him myself. Von Loesch wrot
. << of i Bri:isii ciuaaa over to say that he had applie<*
evtrywhi '.rid except
llv Srl'loii lr lintr
of what is called dual i.
,. mi. His
m a dipiomat -t th"
. r.tion. And
he apparently n.ade use of that
circumstance of birth ha
and secured recognition
II. I|>< il His Work
For Hill, i
(The British Institute of Management rc-j
cently completed a detailed sur\'ey of jobis
drifting and discovered that one man in S
seven and one woman m eight drifts in and|
out of jobs after staying in them for less 'hanjj
a month.) ;.
Only one important trade is worried about $
unemployment at presentship-repairinu Ig
For industry as a whole the demand is :< i ^
more, not fewer, workers. ;.
No one can predict just how long this will
last. The Trades Union Congress, pressing
for wage restraint, has warned the working
man that there is a very real danger of mass
unemployment.
This is not entirely politics, des)..
fact that the TUC is the backbone of the
Socialist Party whose main campaign slogan
is that the Socialists alone can maintain full
employment.
The TUC. in its policy statement, lias
forcefully pointed out to unions the things
that happened when the World Wai I boom!
burst suddenly in 1920. Unemployment
rocketed from 300.000 to 1,500,000 in less than
a year and average earnings fell by nearly
one-third.
If Britain's "crawling'' dollar drive is not
quickly stimulated, if the export sales op-
portunity offered by devaluation is not
quickly grasped, the same situation o
Britain low again. Only Marshall Anl. oA-
* dall admit, prevented large scale unemploy-
ment m the last few years.
The outlook for 1950 is coloured by this
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nd alxo lo help him in getting
'ESCII certainly made "leased considerable funds
full u. of '.he Brith passport hich his EnIuh-bor.i motne:
I asked him -W^!." he hd "in the years before ihe Irtt h"n_._fD_ '"..J^";
Karl, with ^n engas:i
A Man I'll l.ikr
In >l,. I

.mpression it made on hls ^ ^^ To
me as he sat in m;. intfMi mmmm
;o know
'
DO to g:ve
rt to a man who.
.
position in
'
in 1M0 and hi
il.mmler's
SS (> .lent to
leu ten
Not u

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i
.

i

him a Bntish passport

M by the British
. of Enemy pi
.fess 1 never dreamec
that he would succeed in getting
art back. To my all-too-
ple mind it seemed that, if
was British now. then he had
_____,_ .... been British all throuuh
. over in the w th.tWMlldlur,|}*moanlnal
r ^."h'S' >" h"> committed treason.
ri.an Embassyhad pro-
But presumabry I did not make ihT^C17 Vndustrv" cannot' i"usYv"denands'
ml allowance for the leja. i!!e si.tel lnauslr> cannot satisiy aemanas.
The heavv electrical industrv is swamped
Siun.sfvM Scott A f .. Lid.
''I'SS.'S.'SSSSSSSS*'-'*'*'***
-: - '. o-^ -, - -. -, --', -, ',VX-0MM
British passport
returned lo him, and he
giving my name as a referent e.
He wanted it for the sake c..
nis two daughters, he Bxplali :' I believe (.mployment will
idy throughout the year.
The nationalized coal mines are crying!
(or more recruits and every ton ol surplus
coal mined should sell overseas at high prices!
at least until the end of the year.
Although there is unemployment in the,
ship-repairing industry, building var I
orders in hand {due to the big demand for!
tankers) to last for nearly 18 months.
allowance for the leg;
BOW intricacies of dual nationality.
rbow, here he come* I
England, and spends Chnstma; i equipment.
"I wo -.' srtflsj and diiu*;..-
ill three have
CANNOT SATISFY DKMANDS
Despite the breaking of production targets.
with home and overseas orders for special
: i alt less tniilwh passports as weU) in London
Won't be much of all thi Qf confidence that tht
after about a fortnight I feat. ,
iii Wmm
Oiu I . IM^as*-'
I 1MD vnng NN
t.t him Urf
\\ haiV onToday
British will allow him at least
enough of his mothers money to!
have his children educated in
Britain, and perhaps more than
that.
. 1 wonder wi-..
of this case, I am asking too
mud) if I invite our legislators
the whole uf the pro-
cedure in the granting of natu~
and passports to
( uurt wf Ordinary at 11.M
am.
Mi II \ V^uibaMi lecture*
it HlltLsti (i.un.il on
rUrbado* HUlor> at 8.1."
|> Ml
The textile industry needs thousands more
before they can achieve reasonable)
delivery dates for their full order books.
Potteries are m the same position.
The task for 1950 will be to provide more I
workers for essential industries. The job}
switch will not be easy due to the sr
of living accommodation and the retu
of many work. 'heir home towns.
The Ministry of Labour, through the Con-
trol of Engagements Order, has pown
ibour but to date it has -
it. In the lasl quarter only seven "directions'',
were made, all requiring men to remain in
coal mining or agriculture.
Should serious unemployment come in any|
The von Lotsch passport is
I somewhat fantasUc
illustration of principle, of which
there are thousands of other
examples; that for manv for-I industries the Ministrv of Labour could, bv
today the'^af'u^ 1,1,; ,he P01"
passport is purely a [stave off trouble for a time by directing the
i>f convenience, not ,,[ unemployed to work in industries which
1.1 s still need manpower.LN.S.
you #.v sim
LIGHTWEIGHT
WOOL
DRESSING Ml
In Paisley DrMjjvitH
ALL WOOL
TWO-TONE
In Assorted I ulorc SSI
the rojiJHff
HOW'S *ok
THIS IIAllW*
dime in and make your srlectfn lm
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
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Ol II III touts BAY I
I l tl ir 4 oi |mm .ilion I \ plains I i i lira I I Urlrir.i> Sii|i|l>
To Th* Editor. The Advocate U or. Tuesday avt ^ In Uu 1'iess. In the i applauded before individual sing- advisedly) understand that
i< were halfway through their tolerable' mode of behaviour
all our Consumer* and the Genii-l piece of metal. Leal Thusiasl" meant to prevail
1 should like to inform >i.. currtd whith cauaad ..ith understandable diplo- RAU'H DE H
ol the extremely critical position damage and tin mac* at the shamefulness of suth H
'.o romnuuioi.
station due lo failure tain parts are obi
uf the two nan Generating Sets land. We h&\<
ti |
.-ed as a major eatas- ly dismantled un h
trophe. We had hoped that with overhaul and the oth.:
these two new SeU in operation wanting
we would have been in a position when all
M-eded and only general* a magi
long overdue overhaul! on our K W in iheir ;
Instead ot lhat we One of them how> rer i
iuiil aurselvw in a worse position In such a bad on
than we were last September may ha
The situation is as follows.
Two new C iets. of 950 KW gvai ! >>
885 K W and 50 KW. ha> *
f RI5 K W
on ord.I

an altitude, but let me hasten to
him. Diplon,. Local Talent
cares is wasted. You must never
call a spa \, -n offences
n lenedied
An. don't imagine that
this mai-J;- .s found 01
Pitit U not. The hateful up-
lieard also upstairs and
i tain sections of the House
I must be stopped, and the method d.scu*red the matter
am going to suggest has been ii*e*i*e dumbfounded
..mi.
I
January 19, 1950
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To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.1 was shocked and dis-
gusted at the decision given on
Friday evening last at the local n
taleni All Star programme he..i " ( lhe ^ncl
at the Globe Theatre.
Many people wit'i whom I have
were
t the
Cedric Phillips.
> simple, and doesn't 'OI ""horn incidentally 1 hold no
.;Tect those who behave decentlv. brief, was far and away the most 1 icttt
g^pjll talented performer. .-
I man with precise reminiscent of Nat Cole and suggest
ieeded to sing it twice moN
Friday night to the delectation f
and the disgust of the
Phillips, on the
L showed h.; |
versatility by singinn such widely
solitude".
Moon" lo his own accompaniment.
Il would be in the Inton
the success of future show-
Manager were to announ. i
are supposed to -
and wonderful decisions.
CINEMA |
1 St#4R* ~l< lit It

950 KW Set was com
had bee

permanent commission this week (




aamsM aava baaa fcas W the rruiutaer. Hoagy Carmichael Second to h
taka up positions in ad- was alias Hall whose por'<
the ao-^t at a
Ml sM|
.ston the lias Hall
itioa and
quailfled her for I
hard-worked n.
D. God-
SL1NG II
i BACKUS
Ill.TTF.iC
BSD
BOLOGNA SAI
SANDWII
DUTCI
1-lb. Un MILK POWDER
:>fr tin
OX-TAII
HMO **
~ CROWN DID*.
ORDER EARLY FROM
but
the though
tied lie t*n_
the scum (I jsc lhe word talent programme and T'en pro-
may be) ad navaeeni.
should be c:
'issaa Ihsa mitmvA talamt nrearaxirna *nA (Vlas. h
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FRIDAY
.] \\1 \IIV Jl>. 19S0
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Americans
% ant to Know
lip To Get To Barbado*
a Frn Pat' '
i .fa" u :< fiction,
t^'^bm.ry .908 :.
.^J.s a muscular, nealr.
Pas an aulhor has boon
"Xi ii. : ,'d""1
BCin Illustrated Magazine
-L. numbers mon his publlca-
2 "(cu*lor the Unknown, "Off
JJV Their Heads.'' Jungle In the
"*,!" -Ecuador ,d The Ga'a-
explorer, naturalist and
-Cgrapher. Mr Von Ham i>
"Sod with having discovered
gTSuici inbo of Jicaqucs
t^ians in Honduras.
"S\-on Haen has the blesslnii
LaeLp Barbados Publicity corn-
iest UhH "rk on "" Gu""'
Si.,' Barbados, but the Com-
JSe a" " 'unds ' "* """P0"'
to S nn.nci.Uy.
Benem
ta the circumstances It is in-
ajpd to approach the commcr-
Eijniercsts in the Colony who
SZm benefit most (torn the re-
Z^of this publicising ot the
and enlist their aid.
Tpe steamship companies ;ind
airlines, as was the case with
gw guide books, were sure to
Mw their routes etc. published
PACE rlVE
PARISH
ROUND-UP
'Stella' Brings
163 Tourists
'?''''+''*'','.',','.'*',',',*,
\ HARRISON'S-broad st.
port of their
the Public
hat ,
-i MM BAB. A.
iiu.l.i.n.. tl. General He-
ml Maior repairs an
.i'J'f? ""' tombermer. School
and he Whart walls Labourer.
Kill,"1 Department are also
working over at Pelican Island.
Two
la
of cattle were
About 7 20 a.m. yesterday, lux-1
ury I nor Stella Polaris'' drop-'
: at Bridget
linn white launches
were moving to and fro. bring-
ing .unorican tourists to Barba-
dos' .holes.
H V. St.lla Polaris" brought
1M paasengors.
vidos uccommxiation
185 passengers: so almost every
cabin was Ailed.
The Invasion on Barbados
started at the Publicity Com-
ittee" where questions ranging
66
:."\IENT AT
THE OLD PRICES.
MASONITE
11
MOTTLFT dutributlni girts to the poor at St. Mary's Boys' School.
Gifts For The
BUSBEYS ALLEY
GETS A BATH
Needy
uffered in the Parish on Monday 'rom "where could a nice drink
and Tuesday. In the first Instance bo bad" to "where ore the ic-
nuorey Watts of Lower Birney's commended bathing b tichet
oM reported the loss of two around here" were asked
sheep valued 118.00 from his open This committee, however, did
%.. v'rv '"lle ,rl|do with the lourUbs S
doVuS .ilT "' .Bl,ck Rock " Thcy dld bK1 * " -"mps IS
Mom . "^ "' a ca" v,lucd nd Pro Most of the vis- *
duruu tOUL 'ncl0*d yard 'tors took advanuge of the free *
during Tuesday mght literature provided for them l>v
An ._**_ ". ,hr Committee and strolled on tc.
Hank" HaT.'^L'^d'a'rabou? "'" "*" "^'^
ihV^oV?.rwMd.?nryowbr^;'bv Prep*rcd Tour
Violet Hope or 2nd Avenue. Bank Seventy of them went on the)
noli, and driven Jjv Kenneth lour P^partxl for them bv Mr.
2?pewi,,he same ad<*rws. ana a U J- Prrevicino. Visits were
TUP crwKXttccirwT'n*. ^r. ..,.___ Mottley, M.C.P. from Miss lantho mond Snrinn
HIE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH of St. Michael Walkes and her co.worlcefi of Thomas.
D. Bus Company and driven by Ray- St. John's Parish Church. Cod-
r of Sharon. St.
m uw back of the guide books yesterday decided to flush with water the gutters and Klns's Chapel church NY.
S !TS2i,Slt !5SSu ftrCet f Bus^>''s Alley * from today. This is an attempt T,h* artlcl<* "
*4" [V*l 'LlZliTTL,^ to improve the sanitary conditions thorr F yesterdayevening at the St %
The "l|h; fron' '*nder of the
flw Alcoa steamship company
yhofe hoaU only had passenger
-aerva'.ion! for twelve to Barba-
>w were willing lo daubh- this
f^ount. Mr. Von Hagen said, if
& island were publicised pro-
erly in America
Sonis- of the literature of the
Barbaric* Publicity Comtnittec
is available m ''"' Ij-S.A. but
|t did not say how to get here,
tow much it would cost and
rlW ne could oxpoct to And
bf The guide book would pro- M K nAllnrA ^w,.
rid* tho^ answer,. It would also wJSin ^ lt "*' '
distributed Jar and left front fender of
X Mary's bu were damaned.
St. Thomas
Churchwarden
Denies Charge
e. O
OF FAVOURITISM
nnjton Colleie, Sam Lords, the
Crane and Powell Spring Hotel
where they lunched.
Here and there, some of them
could be seen around the Citv.
'specially In Broad Street, where
Mr Victor Chase said that It S"5^' Sct">1 ' <*" Por of the
hadbJnb^^hUattwuon ^'" by Mrs^ E^D Motile, and ^Ano'hR^",den, occurred on they both window-shopped and
lltlon In Mn' N- c- Drake assisted by wJr:vV"a ' ,bout '' a.m. on bouht souvenirs.
THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES
2.CSRADKS HARD BOARD AND
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
Earh in Two Thirknesseolo Match 3/I" and 3 1*"
Uailablc in Sheets:
U: 7: 8; 9 and 12 fl. y. 4 fl. Wide
M UONIR" '" lNX'H HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL |
TO i i" ORDINARY W(H)D. o
that the sanitary condition In
bad, to worse. It wa
ib^.:' v-----,-' --"-. ..tj a.m. on
Wednesday- between one bicycle,
owned by Ephroim Innus and rld-
his r
Busbey's iU&"^l*3~S ^J ' ft VUchae,
Mr. Mottley told the "Advocate
sterday that the needs f th<
kinds of things for human con-' gL!*&l'g* "ft"* HHSA^^S^miA vendors of vanous commodities
Hardly
without
was any
Gaum,
iSftwiSS iSSWUBrMai5S5Saft S-j?S.=S
tounst seen
They "shot'
sumption were exhibited there h^ *Tr2J'* * ^ ,hal fu,lh" b> s A' R~ch o' Welches and "nd hartwur scenes.
or sale. He said that there could *;r Si'l' w.ll be .oHhcom.ng ,n-he ridden by Shirity Bi.hop of M? Curio, were in good supulv.
be seen refuse such as pea husk "0l very dwtant future Lord's Hill. p ' My Boatmen took some out to the
:'n2rthn '^w."'!^ ?v-, in^" yci*s were -i.ghtly dam- vessel and made some trade.
Mr. B. A. Weatherhead enquired t^Uwlo* ri*.____& "I*d- Some of the women folk bought
what was being done to secure Uv
ite that had been agreed on at
too. the purpose of providln, Tm_Jl-gJ' .0,n' &" Eole 11.11 for a distnet market,
ethin. for children to read In $S?Jnij!JUl*'^l The Chairman Mr. J. M. Kid-
bt schools.
Mr. Von Hagen has got in touch
|tib local historians. In Grenada
has a collection of West Indian
Histories and documents specially
nlemi from Francis Edwards in
oodon. Work would begin in
Hat six weeks' time on the
hotograuhs and when he had
lished with the writing material. .
( j n-ould Qrst submit it to the L!"!?5*L_Jad...Vt*".. dam*d-
art-ados Publicity ConimiHce for
tins.
"LUe Passed By"
The second biography he is
l^lanmnK lo write is that of Squier
American explorer who "ex-
fnced a little misfortune and
passed him by."
Accompanying Mr. Von Hagen
I his trip from Grenada here
LtColonel Keith Stewart tin
itith West Indies representatlv
? th ^ '" lhT_ "'e Purchase had'been made but
niK given to repair damage done ... ,va, , ,h. haniU ( ih.. ..,.
to S* houses by the August ["tors on bo^Ss
.(149, high winds.
Hi' was replying to a sugges-
tion by Mr. V. E. Reeves that
there had been favouritism |n
the granting of aid to thosi- whOM
Christ Church
Vestry Meets
For First Time
IN 1950
No Compensation
his leg in the sen-ice of the Depart-
ment, had received no
Sandiford
men
from
which
with the authorities of "the St.
Thomas parish," the recommen- :;"" "' rr ;.~~,"1I
dation for help hud boon made, "0n- The slaUm'
was not correct.
granteo- S JS&i
re was no* *- - ------
the
The Chairman told members %*** "' J1 K R ""U""
that Mr. Mottley and himself had .,,%'; "Jin"
.ittendod ., matting with the La- M,*: Tolm? 'banked
bour Commissioner at which it !?r.lu? k"1'1 '""
Uudley Grant of Ua, Land, and -i
The Christ Church Vestry at "'>' owned and ridden bv
their meeting yesterday, wad- :,e'''''"" Thompson of Market
'omed the new members, Mrs '' s' George. The right pedal
I a m.i *a .. ^ '....^.i s. ..i. *a s
ycia were
flowers, both natural and artlfl-
n inird accident occurred ut the rial, which they took aboard for
corner ol Bay and Fairchild decorating their rooms.
Streets at about 7.30 am. on Tues-
'Jf\ iielween the motor lorry Coming on lo nud-d.y, many
t'i C owned by lhe Barbados of the strange faces were miss.Ni
hone Co., and driven by from the City. Some of then
IT CAN BE PLANED, SAWED. POLISHED OR
PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR
SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED.
11 is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions,
Door Panels, Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops
l.ic.
Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More.
NOW IS TIIK TIME TO BUY.
PHONE 2K64 FOR PRICES.
l fork of the
damagad
h_sald that ", ,on,unct,on L .^"'".S: ^Sr^.'Si ri^! A letter wa, road from Nurse .*.. '
y^zz^z:v- c.iicid,,:'5:,";;;:!,,^",?^, uasfft*
ent was mid?by ""rb"Uos N""' A,s-,al, who S2R * *gff* ''
Th
dOM by members of the Nurses
:i for iIhIum:
o DetiMitUo
night
lire^of unknown origin
broke out at about 2.30 p.m. The
canes are the property ot Mi (i s
Ih:.l hf> usnitlri n ^hn^-l ...4.W ,, v*.ail|.JiUUItt. . ...... .__,_, ......
Kz-TTtsriss* ^T-'ir^y**'. i^r^^^mm
lam Associates, Inc. They are
mts at the Marine Hotel.
rtpein
allowed
as far as the money
and he would
noncy who had worked with the Depart- do ,lne "m* ,work
make I menl from 1942 to 1M8 h f_ Elementary Schools o
i.T,s I i,.( 1 hliMh r.l^J ----- -1.__a___1
., 'avourilisin occasions. His leg was amputated
Mr. Rcovos said he did not see in July 1948. He was recom-
liow Qovannnant could give the mended to the Churchwarden hy
Churchwarden money to spend the Finance Committee for pen-
without ti committee being form- slon and was given three smUiniis
i^/?HTh1ra:e'V,Vl 'ht "' ,hq VK"r'V to *''> him '" P" "'!- '>"< August 10, IM*
rnour and Shipping Oftlce yes- the spending.
sbips Mr. J. H. Thome said that as A Wicked Allompt
ho understood Uw matter, Gov- Mr. MoUlev ^y lh. ,. ,.
ornnunt hod told Ihe Vestry to |lstCne Cluiu-h .til
"Rainbow "
Overdue
Where is the schooner "Rain-
W M"- This vessel left Ti ni-
Id for St. Vincent since Janu-
P II and has not arrived.
A
She thought that she would like An accident occurred at about
ro do the same-work .or U Wednesday a? the
. .? Is1 G"&o" between the motor car
St. Christopher 0^^^^ K^ "^^c?T|2
MsL17, ^yr,,VVWt,; :' 'V,'*'k (',UW' V^ aCndeiiiVnoTheT
She akca them for aid to con- car. M 241 uvrn ta
tinue .Tie work she hi doinR. Coulbournc King of SDOOIttFl
Alter a lengtny discussion Mr. Hill, St. Michael.
A. M. Jones Mid that it was use- The right front fender of
less talking uf suppljuig money M.2474 and the right i ear fender
On of M.247 were slight])
her work because the malu i
one for O i men* Ha
thought that C
"Rainbow M" marked
I in while on black hull lef;
Januaiy 11 for St.
t now overdue. Please re-
t any sighting."
" t "Rainbow M" cn k
of seven. It makes occa-
l eills here to the Schooner
its' Association.
"Lady Patricia"
I Conies Off Dock
.-ii.i.ivni nun ., it I,- .auj 10 listened to the ieini rwr<.i-a< th. .......... "'"' n111"- z.
appoint a commute,- : ,- around Xir Commiss7Jner h^ X ,. (""
and see these houses which wero ,*d,S"o uTdcVSanS *Jt,\ 2JS CSi^?0< " K
Of repair and whlrh hfl d * a ar" children and Mk Oovemmen. tJ MIc
repair and send and UI1 which he sat could be
ask for the amount. Government heartless. After investigations,
had Kiven help to some of the however, he arrived at the con-
list submitted and he could not elusion that it was onb
see how the Churchwarden could attempt lo put people against the
Md m any alleged Board. He was very pleased to
[avountism ....., iar Ua1 the facts were contrary
Mr. Sandiford said that he had to how thev were repiesented
been informed by the Colonial
The Major Itoad Sign post at
ant 'he corner of Deighton's Road,
bnould have taken up this matter "*! Dayrttti Road, was smashed
0O| 100. by the motor lorry, M.2443, at
He said thai' the Vafltrj hould ''D0U, U noon on Tuesday.
The lorry is owned by Colin
inger oi Hindsbury Itoad. St,
. hael.
go inrti the matter.
flaying Fields
Members next discussed the
question of Parish playing Held*.
The Maying Field Committee have
selected Dover and Sea well as
sites for playing tields and ;M
ST. (.KOKi.t;. This Parish had
the heaviest rainlail during
Wednesday and up to 6.00 a.m.
.'esterday. Over 70 parti were
Worded, and showers fell both
ilay and night.
The Chief Sanitary InsDector CIerK was inatnicted to fix a dato
for ihe '------- - -
Secretary's office that the Gov- pointed out to the Board thaPwVl- for * Committee to ent li now carrvCinol
*U0i PUncia" came off rn""ent in Executive had decid- Hams had been a very good work- bof'al Welfare Officer. icpairs to the Po-t Office
yesterday morning and ed ,nnl sonlcon*' 'rom the Public or. He knew he had a leg trou- Tne various Committees _____
*ortly after lo load cargo Works would call on them and ble but at no time during his aPPinll by the Vestry. They ST. PHIUp, Fortv-two oarts I
m next voyage
I vessel is taking 300 car-
I and 100 casks of rum for
dad md 20 tons of white
i wr St. Vincent. It U ex-
that they could
together and decide
go
irhlchr
iieede-l repairs. They replied tation of his leg.
that Mr "'
be willing
around work had he received a cut which *"*: V.U. Offlcere: Dr. E L recorded in this Par-
houses eventually resulted in the ampu- .Bn<> "" A S. Edwards. Balld- ish on Wednesua> and up to 8.00
Mahon and he would The members pointed out that Pn> Mon- A- G fin'*'"!. Mr. J.E
around and the statement made was certainly Webster, Mr ton, and
-.. Wftlnesiiii.. and Up to l
jn < ommiitcc The Churchward' no yeotoixiay
I, Mr. J.fj. J____
^1 NMBE Two stand pi pel
to leave port tomorrow for *'""" **n ,h,y had nrnri- have been erected in th.
Cent via Trimdau in* 't"*thcr- a* 'l was obviously false. oeaan Repreaeniativfa: Mr. J. E One is situated at Hranctn
Mr. Chase finally moved, sec- Websld Hon. D, G. LeacocK the o-Jier at Hackieton (I iff Th.-
onded by Mr. Weatherhead that **"M Rolle: Mr. G. C War nt via Trinidad.
' "Lady Patricia" spent six
dock hen- Mr D L,
i is agent.
'Planter* Brings
I Pork, BvvU Oats
No Relief In
Taxation
When the St. Thomas .
yesterday n K0f .|>plica-
tions of persons who applied for
relief in taxation. An application
an Investigation into the conduct Hon' A- C'- ^'ttens, Mr. C. M.
of the labourer who had made the BW?1 Mr J w<
slateinent. be made by the Fin- r P*niVlclno Playing Field*
anee Committee who should taki <'onimm*e; Mr. Fred Goddard.
appropriate action M.C.P. Mr. n C Griffith, MJn
V. Carier, Mrs II A. Talma Mi
New I ...i i in. J O. Gall and Hon, A. O <
The Chairman told members Omet*r> Hoard: Him A Q Olt-
u.ie gotnf back lo the ship hi
row boats and launches.
The last launch leaving thl
baggage warehou .
eveoing ended th.
.'.h the louii
I Polaris" was
starling on its way to (I:
The -steii.. Po
net. arrived under Captain Dahi
Messrs Robert Thom I.hi.. . local agents.
AV/Z/V/W-'/V/W///////'/',;
j JUST ARRIVED \
LATE FOR XMAS BIT Jj
ALWAYS WHCN0 I

Rowntres ^*
BLACK MAGIC CIICXTO- *
IJ\TES in 4-lb. & 1-lb. *
Una and Hi-lb r.,. :
Price Mc. $1.72 $3 4S ^
Callard a Bowser. CaMarat- #
"d DESSERT NOUGAT k *
BUTTERSCOTCH in Pack- S
afles and Tins 0
l*rice 21c, 34c. 45c, 70c $
CADBURY'S BOURNVII.LE
a DAIRY MILK CHOCO-
LATE BISCUITS
Price 11.12 a 11.20 tin
Cans CHEESE CRISPS
4/3 tin
Also
A beautiful ussortmcnt of
Fancy Biscuits in decornlcd
tins by Jacnb, Crawford,
Huntley & Palmer and Path
Frean.
Prices from 31.04 $2.31
BRUCE WEATHEKHKAD .
LTD.
Hi:All UK IU1UAD STREET S
HARRISON'S
HARDWARE DtPl
Dial 2364.
.,,.-.-,-.'.",-,-.-.-.-.-.. -.-.-,-..-..-,-.,-,.-,-.-.-,----.------.-------.---.-.-.-- "
DRINK
CLAYTONS
KOLA TONIC
completed and only awaiting the
covering which will be placed on
It The other |g
'ed. Up to Ihe pres. i
i I turned on in either |
-I ihe .
ionen ot Health
J from Halifax yesterday "TT. "' '""",....... '."" "^--------- ",v *-'"" n ioiu na-inUrs *! "w-i. nui. n. v.. vn- --- -.-...
the S.S. 'Alcoa Planter" wh,cn introduced discussion was that the newly erected latrine and t** ^lt '' c **h*y, Mr H "i tne 1 arish held a meeting i u coiuigned lo Messrs Da one from Mr Cyr" Collins, a bath at New Orleans would soon Games, Mr. McKenzie and Mr. Wednesday. Mr. C. A. Williams.
I Co., Ltd member of the Vestry, and owner be ready for use. What remained J E wpt>-tcr l-ifhtln Cammll- who. WM Chairman ol ihe Com-
" "Planter" brought pickled of "Club Union." to be done was the installation of *** * c- C Ward. Mr. Victor Lr "i0nc"' ."""ounced tti% retng-
nd beef, powdered milk Mr. Collins said lhat he had electricity and the erection of the Chase. Mr. F Goddard. M< p
Ly* 30 wcks of oats, all- other heavy taxea lo pay and he caretaker's quarters.
^7 pastes, hand tools and a felt that there had been discrim-___________
J^tor^ It sailed yesterday inatlon in the assessments of club*.
nt. Agents are The assessor's record book
Machinery For
Graeme I fall
i conautUng of
pipe and pump
- .-_----- ___ assessors
iCosia ft Co.. Ltd. showed that all the clubs had been
~ ------ assessed on the same basis The
Ii.,! I 17 I \..ii...i ,.'t ..''.-ider Mr. Collins'
miCO \.-^-i-| DpUciUon fevourabl)
j- Mr. J. H. Thorne tald lhal it
-hUK-'S (!;||| wh bid Ulogka] id put i" thg
plea for his case the fact lhal be engine,
4,000 bags of sulphate of bad other taxes to pay. That ho arrived here ).-i
"arrived ai Qarbedoi yea- h" D>; Dutch S.S. Haarlem" pay taxes showed that he was in the purpot* of irrigating ihe
tf^k-d from Amsterdam and some way a prosperous man. entire Estate at Graeme Hall. M-
*"*rp. ^^m^^^-^~^
IJ^P-ine. beer, paints, rope.
ssfc"*. Petroleum staves, ad-
-linileriaL hurricane lan-
rIIr.Wlier ,*-s *" dmon
^*Io of this vessel for Bar-
and Mrs. H. A. Talma
The old Highw.1. Con
were re-elected and Mr. A. M
Jones was hrough; In in place of
Mr. W. T Barnes. Mr. J. O. Gall
m again marie IntptetOr of
Treea


m. j r. W4rtMU \i, \
in tel Mi* ii \
which *"
,?, OoOd-rU. M C I" Mr s .
'"*' Mi ll OtrnM, Mr
(OT O C. Ashby.
A rxcum *" offwd lor Rw A T
Clalnn-i. Wht
unMMe
nation ..nd his place was iille Mr. W. R. Coward
Scholarship
Granted
Morris Wexler, merchant of Trin-
idad told the "Advocate" yesler- Ollllliar*
The Vest i y is expected to hold
;i meeting on Monday next. It is
understood that at this meeting a
Building Committee will be ap-
pointed.
i ioiin. Cane plants and
IdVcK ihOWefi duiiiiK
yesterday
morning. Sixty-three parts were
recorded, which gives tbi
i best rainfall for that
period
Spring clean and
redecorate
we have new slocks of
CONGOLEUM
in squares and by the yard
6 fl. wide Pti
3.......
Pai '.u.
9x6 squares. Ea.
..
12
S M
$10.47
S12.M
CAVE SHEPHERD & ca ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
u
I 'fc""*01"10"!" left
'-w Tr""<<-1 Messrs S. R
Son A, Co. [4,
THE St. Thomas Vei.li
Mr. Wexler it now in Barbados
on a two-week business v.
m vvilh tin- matter.
He .-id that the "ArocosU," his
Mr. Ralph Stoutc
|t2,22.->.77 Spent
n Floods
The death occurred it ha resi-
port last ^ I^toW Pprjnn WhltUngtor, of eW pHvat'o'Ve^i; a.^"bTouKh' WeSeeda?!! /^Hal^I.
man Hall a scholarship other necessary machinery for G. Stoute. MaMii
tenable at Combermere secondary use in the irrigation of Graeme a S. Brvdcn & Sons .t the aee
school. There were two other Hall. of 44. *
candidates who had passed the Mr. Wexler hopes at some fu- Mr. Stoute after leaving school
examination, but the Vestry de- ture date, to erect a fertiliser spent a short time in the employ
cided in Whittington's favour on plant here, the mfc.Mncry for of Messrs. Colly more k Wright
the grounds that the parents of which would be coming from and soon .liter sailed for the
Unit. turn to
|Tl*<
one was able to pay their son's England.
school fees and that the other----------------------
was young and had another QR .. iajaj|
n of the Board of chance. ""' nALLIA
of Health inform- SETS UP OFFICE
! the amount iiwodal'ITaBI P Dl T J Hallinan. C BE, who specte-i amon' members
1*0*1?
<-X|x-ndcd Uv the
the recent flood
Barbados he joined the
Bi\den"s and rose to the position
of senior salesman.
md unassuming. Mr.
Stoute was very popular and re-
of the
UNPROFITABLE
red here on Friday to con- commercial body
A more frequent bus service duct an investigation into condi- he was a firm friend and enloved
' ^k had h^ !hlc Sl Thomai routes would tions at the Genera! Hospital is the esteem of 1 wide circle, the
*ni a Icu-Jr1 !n,tr"':' ** roncesslonaires. the Retting ;iheari with the job, the large gathering
old yesterday. Medical Supei.r ,; at the West I >
w sod aak-. cr,J*"'- he bulk of the business dona Hospital told the
sH" auMY^h!^, ?* ,he bu4e" ,n lft*t "re" was ,rd"-v dc of th. n which
|*"r hd^ l a refund- transporting hawkers on mom- He said that Dr. Hallinan has he was held.
y from the Viw0* ^*" recc'v" ,n** and e*'enlngs. More besides set up an office in the Hospital, He leaves a wife and two chil-
*' been d-Tin su,,m8 that the U '. thickly nopj- Dr. Hallinan was Dw
1 Co\rmlt-_fd .nut to aP" ,a,od. and r,'t' bu* '' Services in Jamaica from sorrowing relatives the
"mem about this. empty. 1M3 tc IMf. cate" tenders sincere condolence
' DO NOT JUST INSUREINVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TIME
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lake oul your Fire and/or lliirrimne.
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All policy holders share in Ihr prolil-.
We are not a lariB company.
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FOR RF.XT
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BSoTirra
SSjiTocA-n. ,u
"J MEMORIAM
HOUSE- Al Worthln. Goll dull Rd
::i
Church Fully
Four Bedroom-,
toon Verandah
..nd ui Modem
MM
-fl 15 1 SoSn
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Furnished containing
Drawinj and Dining
looking lb* see
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F1-AT9 fully
rr.-.v.r n<| iinei
I)i*l B3S4
furnished with Refrlg-
at Indramer. Worthing,
13 I SOt fn
I iSZlSt^;,...0"?1**! Servant Room.
S^perto bathing beech. February March
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TAKE NOTICE
^11 l-KUIH"
Th*l Roberts ldanutattuxiiw; Co
2^<< ^^-l10?,0' '..,n** m*rK "> 'onntrtio-
22, T-*1* -n*rm-' .nd will t>
month from ihe i|th a., ,* j.nuar,
mwmtim* jive nolle, m d-.iDl.cate to JE fl^* <*<<" ot auch ,g>,
irniton ih* irad* mark can be aeai
on -petflcaUon al my dH Dated this lTlh d o( j.
_ O C W1IXIAMS
Registrar erf Trade Mark. Ag
____________ It 1 SO3.
Kenslngton Ke-t
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BUra lilaler..' H-ro". TP-
JEw .9a.,.
JO it SAI.fc
PHOTIVE
n H P Auaun.
uoid IB u ;'
llHlia.ni Colt a. Co. l.-.ci .
mmm
Coat HO* V-l Motor Truck
MHiri ordu snd co>nl ores.
iMrttM. SI Philip. E II. Uood-
> ram iu h
a M cwiuliluui Dial
18 1 304r
wmoAiow xu>r i, ,
-*TBWtn and dlnkif room,, panln
DUI MM.
.men.
!3125W*E *" p'"1", ~"1- "">
"^r^?*Tossrr ,ra
Drt month. Phon. T8 .
IIOUSBtruily fumiirid at Woodaldt
Pf1*"* _,f Mld-FAruao to June
HOUSE*UnlumUhd Biaruralow -i
MutwMlt. almoat new with 3 btdkmiM.
accn to m PiimUMd ahinok)-. m
r al *. Lawrenc*. 3 fadrrootiv UflflV-
..:.hMl and (umuhrd houaw at Ulti-
K*nl '1*3 bMnunn rumi-h.^i
!loua# "Boaa Hill". St Pw^r hM.
ooma DIXON a, BUADON. Real tSSm
Afffnu. Planutiona BulldlnC-V I*h ,r
**"> m : M '
IMIIIJI V\1KS
I'LTION
VNRESERVED AUCTION SALE
HOUSE Konday S3rd. al I p.m.
'New Urlcjini Kntin8ton
Land. Board it Shirujla houaa % | x I
Kllchon. cloaet and Mtiivc pai.na> Tn-i."
ilin*1.- -'
I CYCIX J'- H I*
Ba. [Hal Wli
_ Hiilman Minx Car IBM
fcD.Pavm. Sn-ll Kiukc Planta-
17.1.40In.
Tltl'< K
20 1 ?r.
I w orx. IM mdrl. S yaati
n-fl Ituod HO
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
InrtHmllllM rewlved Irom the ln-
"'"< AfcmU 1 will t*H at Ihe Cirnri.
Motor OtuUbua Co., Ud Nriwn SUrrt.
.-ii FHIDAY 30th at 3 p.m. m Bi.ck
A *o AuatUi Car (Partly urw. Dainam-j
lwm CMh. VINCENT tiHIITITH.
AuttlMMM
14.1.60-41.
TAKE NOTICE
"OIOW-SPIIAD
That Rrb*rU aUnulaeturinai Ci>
i-imnad. oi Covemmant Hill St Mktmt'
Barbado.. B W I. haa applied lor th
irjuirali.m ot a trad* m.n
MUon with "Tabla Marfarina" an
will be antltled to r*|later th utn-
after on* month from the iBn di> o.
JMiuary.ltM unleaa aom* parw.n >Jiai
m the meantime five notice tn duD.irau
n> me al my ofllce of oppuition o[ wcl
ieitration. The trade mark can b
iren on application -t my ..ftV.-
Dated thai 17th day i-r J_nuary, 1K0
O C W1UJAMS.
Heajtitrar of Trade Mark.. ^Aji
______ l I SO-s.
nrffBAW i
PREPARATORY DETARTMENT
1 The Examination will be held i
Saturday neat. January 31at al t a i
ot Combermere School
3. All nndidatea ihould pteaenl IbM
elvea at the Srhool from 8 a
onwwd. -i-l brtof two aharpetird
3 The Examination
about II 30 .i in
4 Suceeeaful candidatea will be nollll
by poat
Major C. NOOTT. T D q.
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Here is REAL relief. .
For real relief irom rheoiBtlbc
paUM it : emtteoTiaJ to correct
Uaetr eaaite. Whn tbev ait due
to the KOtTOaaboa of bodily
it that your
rhich %bomU filter
awar these harmful impontietJ
are atagrtsh and need a moaacoc
to tone them up. D> Witt's
Kidney and Bladder Pill* arc
specially prepared for this po-
pOta>. They soothe and lone up
tliiorderwl kidneya o cflectieely
that these ntal ocgarn speedily
return to their normal 1 unction of
riainna: the symtem of unpunuea.
Oe Witt's Ptiu hare been
J felienng rhenmatic wfferers
II n many parts of the world
^ with great suoceas. This one
medicine may be just what
you need. Go to your
will continue un'll
j QIC
|
hM
*
IB 1 JO- in
Bat
Mono
I'MIER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Tucsda> 24th by order of
trd Hutson we will sell
bil Kunnlure at the Pine Lave
Stuck Station,
which Includes
Cable (seat 6), Uprlghl
Chairs, Ornamem' Tables, verv
Rood Lounge Chair-, with CUVM
; Seats, Cocktail Cabin.-;
all In Mahogany, Corner Settee.
Rugs, Card Tables, Glass and
China, Plated Tea Service, Din-
ner and To,i Bentoae, Singer Sew-
Loe, Electric Hot Plate,
Id Iron, Simmons Sin-
::k- rWdeteed and Spring with
Ounptllo Mattress, Single OaK
Bedsteads, Springs and Deep
Sleep Beds, Mahogany and Pint?
Dressing Tables, Large Painted
Pine Press, Deal Tables, Larder,
Kitchen Dressers, Kitchen Uten-
sils, 3-Bumer Valor Oil Stove,
and other items.
Sale at 11.45 o'clock.
Terms CASH.
BHANKER. TROTMAN ot CO,
Aucvloneers.
20.1.50.2n.
'EAc ESTATE"
BTJU; Dinh inwlna ruon.
JnaB 'i Setln l .eatat i)i
am. II Morrii
Ptif* ,
II Draaalrj T,,bic mth lomr
----------
i The undcraumed will offer for aale a
aaaUltit.-i Ofllce No. 17 Hlih Strret. Rridfe
_nnbt>,. ira, on IT day. 20th day of Jnm.i:
Isam-c. .. Ml ^t a p.m.
The mmuait or DweUmC ""
-Mled
I 447*
PARKVIIUE" and inc u
ihereto, containing l,83t aqujre feel
-ituale at While Pork opposite The-Bar-
' -iidry.
Inapectton any day except Sunday
las hours of 4 p m. and 0 p m
on application to the tctu>iit Mr
I For further partlculare and conditloru
; Bale, Hah n. --
CXXTTLE. CATTORD CO.
5.1.SO-ah
In Ih? Court of Ckanrrry
UAnBADOS.
IN PURBUANCE of the Chancirj Act
IB0B. I do hereby live notice to .,11 aai
ions having or clalmirui *ny estate, nth
or interest or any lien or incumbranc.
m or affecting the property herelnaftet
nieniioned (the property of the l)rfan-
iafj before me an accour
tbe^ claims with their witneeaea, docu-
ments and vouchers to be examined ^
me on any TUeaday or Friday between
the hours ot 13 noon and 3 oilock U
the aitemoon at the Reciatration ufBc.
Public Bulletin** Bridietown Before th-
3rd day of March 1B80 in order the
Mjeh claims may be reported on ant
ranked according to the nature an-
priority thereof respectively, oihrrwi*.
such persona will be precluded from in-
benefits of any decree and deprived
-II claims on or antntt the 'aid property
HUGH OWEW SAINT
CLADt CUMBEHHATr-
CI^HICE EDRtNCTON
and
IRIS DOTTIN
__ Defendants
ll.OPERTY ALL HIAT certain pier.
or parcel of land situate a
the Garden in the pantt
of saint James and lt.au-
of Barbados (made up i
two pomona containlna one
Rood tsrafVO Perctes SB
thirteen and one ha.
Perrhear the whole ronlaln
in* by admeasurement One
Hood Twenty live and On.-
Half Perches or thereabout.
and abutting and boundlna
on lands of Fred Alley..*-
on lands of Roslna Thomat
on lands of the estate o:
G. T. Alleyne deceased, or
lande ot the rsuie of
saahaai bbbsh :..,;. sd si
lands of the csUle ot
Catherine Prsecod deceased,
and on the Public Rood or
however else the same may
abut and bound Toteiher
with the messuage v
dwelling house thereon and
all other buildings ana
erection .whether frechoK
<>r chattel) on the said
parrel of land erected and
built standing and being
with ail and every the ap-
putenancea.
nil! filed 18lh November 1840.
tli December 184*.
M WHX LAMS.
Hegi.trar-ln-Chsmcery.
30 13 48-
OUR
GUARANTEE
De Witt's Pills an
raanufactored under strictly hygienic
conditions and the ingredients coo-
form to rigid standards of purity.
De WITTS PILLS
f*.. w.A~-y And Bladder Frc*'*',-B
Trinidad Police
Get 2-Way Radio
atr. Rod Stewart. Regional
Supervisor and Engineer of Pye
Ltd.. of Cambridge, England, wno
has recently returned from a visit
to Trinidad accompanied bv his
that the Trinidad Police
Force has ordered through his
Company the very latest form ol
t>* Highest Frequence i
two way radio systems, at a cost
of approximately $40,000 This
new system is of the very latesi
form known to modcr
and will replace the existing High
Frequency i H F ) system at pres-
ent being used by the Force. It
operates on wavelengths shorter
even than Television, and cannot
be tuned in on ordinary house-
hold radios. Only a bare mini-
mum of operations are needed in
I the use of this equipment. It is
1 in fact as simple as the ordinary
household telephone to operate
whether from a moving vehicle
or a tlxed site
Fined for Swearing
In CarlUle But
IN PORT Am Reich lasndsr. Re->
- * Manual*. Yacht
stortebeckar. Sett Mary A
Lewi., sen HaeeU Scott, Skh i, bcm
W Smith. Sen. Marlon Belle W..lfe. Sch
legUwald N Wallace. SCh Marea Hen-
rteUa, Swediah Barqueline Ainbeam.
\ ach- Beeaie. Srh Ifatleavour W al V
Lady Patrtcta. 9 9 CotHnaso. Ketch
Basra De Oro
Cap.
Nuhoit. frofn MarUnsque. Aaenti
a. r Muason, Son Si Co., 10d
in r tan u<
RMS LADY RODNsTV. 4.807 :.w
ret. Capt lasaane. tor si. Luew. Aajsnu
irtrdsnec Austin a, Co. lid
M V Athel Ruby. 311 tons net. Capt
lAnadale. for THnidad. Agei |
Joneo at Co. Ud.
Vaoener W. L. Burucia. 38 tn.is > -I.
Capt. Joseph, for Dominica. Agents
.schooner Owners' Association
S S. Alcoa Planter. 5*31 :ons net.
Capt. Orsren. for S*. Vinveni
horweigan M V STEU^ POLARIS. Da Cbota a, Co, Ud.
...T tons net. Capt. Dahl. from Martin- Dutch S 9. HawrwSB, 1238 ton* nc
g!^^ MT^fi .Ro??,1 Thom Ud Capt Nuhoff. for Trtrudad, AgenV S, P
n-VNTER. 3.M1 tuns Muaaan. Son Co.. "'
Sore Mouth
Loose Bloody Tooth
Itleedlna Duma. Sore Mouth and
l*oooa Teeth mean that
Pyoerhea, Trench Mouth or B*xnap.
-otne bad disease that win aseaer or
-our t-eth to f*
may alao oauao Rbeomn*
Heart Troubls Amoaan atoae sraro
bleeding the first day. ends sore mouth
and iiulckly tlght-ns the -
clad guarantee Amoaan roost make
IS well and save your teeth
'ack on return of empty
pack -re Get Amooanfrom ynurrh'-m-
A.nosan
rrPyorrhe*TrtnchMo-th
RewawJBI ^<-r.
* BEI^lJEtmK. 44 tana not, Capt
s n ALCOA
Capt
Agents: Da Cbeta at Co. Ud
Duich 9 S Haarlem.' 1J3S
tons net.
M V. Stella Marts. 1.747
Capt Ilehl for Grenada.
art Thorn Ltd.
Two
Charle
Mile
fines were
McAnhur
IsBgnaed
Edwards
IN TOUCH WITH BAKU/VDOS COAST STATION
Coble and Wlreleea iW.l | Ltd. advUe S S KVanthla, 9.8 Vigco H*nteen.
tnay can now cemmunice.tr with S S C G Thuhn, S.s Thelma IV. SS
he following- ahtpa through their Bar- Ionia S Pioneer. S f> AU---
?aObo COast Station.-- Castor, 9 9. Bulklube. Sb Anuntti.
Ul ^ Ocean. 9.8 Brunswick, S.S Sobteshi
terday by His WorShip Mr. A. J.H. 5;v*u.nD-s s Mornwdm-e. S,S- Hughli. per. S 8 Pexinc Shipper. I a Vlnstra,
HaiUChcII. K '-' : ' '; *SBL'*f* KM;- ^ Thorunn. S 11111 I -.,,..
Tho i\r*t flD ... Bi *?$* S'"**4- s s EksaUo- S-9- CWUca. SS Alcoa Polaris, SS Havbor. 3S
ine tlTSl fine Was 5/- in seven | SS. Pjamallon.. 9 9. Akoe Peaasu.. AduU. 9.9 9 Oobaln. S i Chr: Sese,
a Maracalbo, S S Dolores. 9 9.
_ .nijCU> Wmc>. S H 11it..ji, S S
Patuea. 9 S. Bachaquaro. Gerona, 9 9. NldaraTs S Monte Aj.U.
5 b bwUa IVIaris. 9 9 White Clever, s S Deaa H.
^ ,.^_ ua ..a, ,. H, i>vvcii i a a i-ygmaiion,. n s AWm Pegasu*. At
da>i or in default seven days' M v..BfB*u*. s.a. Pacinc star, 9 s. s i
Wharf on January 18 and 1 to
be paid In 28 days or in default
one month's imprisonment for
resisting P.C. 148 Brankcr while
in ine execution of his duty
Fined 3/- tor Overloading
Leslie Coward of St. Joseph was
lined I/- in seven days or seven. From tSS&SS^*
days' imprisonment by Hta V
ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
yesterday for overloading the 'bus
OM on December 13
Moore. Mr
Mr
William Moore. Mr 'Lattj-
Hark OreenhiU and Mr
I.O I ll>>ll > I MIIK 1
INCOME TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax relurnj are re-
quired from every married man whose Income Is $1200.00 per annum
or over from every other person whose income Is $720.00 per,
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated ur unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged In any trede or profession, and',
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued |
during the past year or not.
Forms o[ Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart- i
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY. H50. and the forms
duly filled In must be delivered to me on or before the following
respective date:
1. Returns cf persona whose books were closed on the 31st
day of December, 1B4. on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.
2. Returns of persons whose principal place o( bushma la not.
situate in th.! island on or before tho 30th day of June. 1850.
3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-
uary, 1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Conunlloner of Income Tax and Death Duties
NOTE: Any ,,.,. f,,i|n, , BMke h(, ,urn ullhjB (he dnf
date will be liable to fine not exceeding j; loo and
not lea. than 2 and will be prosecuted unleas a satla-
farlory reason is given.
10.1.50I9n.
Jowl. XnMU. N!rm*la Kirp.Uni. X- UltUwe-ICJUaW.
C0w IVea. JoM M|>. JiH. >fc- H A""*' .. ^_ -.:.
Cirnx. llvrn Wrtoo. r.uli McCtada. ue WU'eed i-ewt.. Mr. Mary pa,u
IT. .Muc Rlv, Houn DW Uma. Tl>unip u* MT. Dwiifl WWwyn.
Arthur De idir*. Bmnui. hinta.. >". T- LUCIA:
bomund SpriiuHr. Barb... Jmhm. Wm Kalhryn vuimt. Mi- iv.rl-
,^'^f. t'T7- "*"" '""> J>" ronumell. Mr. Barker M>l. Mi.
uwvmm. jefwi iioinn. t hatle. Wumn na Sataut Mytoa. Mon. Ueuu) Coou.-l^ni|\ie,
' " Hoe. Alfred Bayna. Maaler Oe-.lo
-rhaubaJda. Mr. Jama. Johiuon and Mr
IlirARTI USB, BBIA.L QUv Qordon
r\ riUNUJAJ* ,-nr JAMAICA.
M""1"" i""*- Mr H'ld '""' *" *""> Blaeam. Mr Baiuan.
5! CI^.U?. K^ Mr" Monw Oeatil. K, Mr,. Mary UlUa.
"" Maneua Moor., Bav. t-ttiGceald Blooenbara and Mr Charle. Wall...
SHIPPING NOTICES
Ohl *8
cou5Vi'
Whi can ( cor
*V throu it lore -viffi (An coufh. cough,
cojjh. al the lime . .
M these lube
rence'
ifh snd wothed
rjaaaf
ADVERTISE .
EVENING
ADVOCATE
I'ubltaiird reery Moo day
with an lDCfTaMUBut clreeia-
Uen every week.
The at V. DAEHWOOD will
aecept Cargo and Passenger* fat
St. Lucia. 91. Vincent. Grrnida
..nd Aruba. Sailing Saturday list
January. 18M.
Canadian National Steamships
University CoUege of the West Indies.
roa
UjAHtQus
i
m
I '
Lar, i
r. KNIGHTS LTD
PVJAMA
MfUgk * Reuil. Factory
srraiiiied pipe
isosu.n
' *&? tA
^e Be..,
!. dom ,eru, b
fciuba, lo, V, o,
.' *'.....1' Coi.lacl
THE undersigned will offer for Sale al
t'M-.r Oltlce No. 17, High Street. Bn.lf.
town, on Friday JOUi day of January.
I8S0 al 3 p m.
' Uraf House called "ARNE,
'- < the land thereto, containing 4J30
square tool, situate at Sth Avenue
Uellevllla.
The Dwelling House comprises Gallety,
Utawlna Dining Rooms. 3 Bedrooms,
" *i'li Dressing room and running
i-ler in each. Hreakfaal ro.nn, Kllcli
-lelte, Toilet and Bath.
Gas Installed; Servant's room anu
<...iage in Yard.
Inspecllon any dsy except Sunday
M hours of 4 p.m. and 6 pm
'n appueatlou on the pramues. Du
IU
- r parUculara and Condition-
'.l 9ale. apply u>;-
COTTLE. CATFORD & Co.
II 1 SO8.
FOR SALE OR HEIST- Farley Hill.
5t Petor. Old Plantation house with
8IBJ8 ballroom. Dining room librar>
fourteen bidrouini etc. Ideal for convert-
ing to residential club. For deiaii.
Apply to Bradshaw 4V Cornpany
4 1.80.Lf.n
COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern
Ihingalow. four bedrooms, two ba'J'i.
->-ler. on the sea. ow.t private
'-thing lw-.li. fit acres ot land Vege-
tablo Garden. 8 mllea from Bridgeto..
Bl Garden. 91. Jamsa Enquiry Ssnd>>
fields 91 Peter Phone- 01-M or .1 the
premises Garden. 9t James
W 1 W It*
THE BANYANS" With Ihe land
thrreto. containing 4 Aires I Roods, SI'.
Perches, altuale at Upper Bay 94reet.
Sf Michael ideally suitable for de
vtlopment as a Building Estate.
inspection any day except 9unda>t
Utwean the hours ot 19 am and 11 1
a m and 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. on appll-
rjtKHi t,. Mr Ronnie Oil sens on 'h
prrnusrs Dial 3TTI.
The above property will be set up hx
tale at our Oltlce No. 17 High sine..
laildgasUiwn. on Friday 3rd day cl
lebruary 1880. al j pm
l'.- further partiruUrs and Condition,
' Rale, apply t the ur^darsurned -
COTTLE. CATFORD St CO.
f.l.as las
* mi
.
9CAFELL,- 91. PhlUp. close DU-
trtri C Police HUtion. New.
P-el 1 bedrooms Bungalow i!h loung.
dining room, kitchen, waahrooni, front
* resu- porches, servaitts' quarters, gar-tui
Uoa with Aluminum
loof. All in first class rendition. Cod-
rlngtoa 9chool 1'. miles, Lodge IS
tnllea: Crane 1> Bam Lords 4 ml
Owner leaving Colony. Opportunity
a.quire fine little property at low i
.1800 DIXON at BLA1JON. H
FsUle Agents, AiKtioneers. Plantatlens
none *O40. I 34>
K St. IsUchael. Brighten
K, ...i, Blara Rock. Commodious ream-
rd prnparty built of stone and tWibe-
II placed on the hill
, benefit frees toe
..v be sold wttl
' mtrntlal building
-M Ja ULAIKhN. Baal Katate
--,i>. Aiartierseers, PlanUtlena Build-
ins. Phone 4C40. Sl.l.M-:-!
PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE
(The Provost Marshal* Act 1804 'IBIM-Si
Section Ml
On Friday the 3rd day of February.
I8M al the hour of 3 o'clock in the after-
noon will be sold at my ofllce to the
highest bidder lor any sum not under
the apprai>[
All that certain piece of Ijind contain-
ing by admeasurement 3 Roods, M
le in Pan-,!*
Church buttlnS and boundina on lands
now or late of the Estate of J. Mapp
(deed', on Und> of Staple Grove Plan-
tation, on land* of G. E. BraSbwalla,
and on Ihe Public Road at SUple
logelher with the incsauase or
Dwelling Houses. Buildings and shop
thereon Ac appraised as follows the
whole property appraised to two thou-
sand live hundred and ninety six dollars
B1JWI N
l-r [.-..1
an
for and i
-
led, V 11 II IKK-HEFORD.
Provost Marshal. Acts.
Provost Marshal's Office,
141h January. 18)0
Hjata as.
BARBADOS GOVrCRNMENT KXHIBITIONS.
THE Goverriment of Barbados has made funds available for pro-
nd ^rtllb!ti0nS ttmable al U,e university College of the West
Indies from October 1950.
Candidate, must be persons who are natives of Barbados
ch.ldren of natives of Barbados or cfaU domiciled and have been resident in Barbados for a period of not less
* i*J*n year*' Thvy mu" hav,i bccn "^iv'ns " education in
Barbados for a period of not less than three years uiuTvediaiely pre-
ceding 3lst January, 1950 and be under the age of twenty years oi
that date. They must also have passed or bt exempt trom th.
Matriculation examination of the University of London.
If suitable candidates present themselves, the awards will be
made as the result of an examination ta be held during the week
beginning 27th February, 1950.
The value of each exhibition will be $1,080 per annum and in
MKUtxn the Colonial Treasurer, Barbados will pay to the Univerjity
tSS^&SScSl^ itowlColle*e of ** Wcsl Indles such tuition and examination fees as arc
necessary in reapect of each exhibitioner. The exhibitions a
mally be teiiubl. for three years in the Faculties of Arts and Nnlural
Sciences and for six years in the Faculty of Medicine, but as condi-
tions of holding a University College Exhibition, each exhibitioner
will be required:
(a) to submit to the Director of Education, Barbados, details of
the proposed course of study he or she wishes to undertake
and obtain the approval of the Director to them; and sub-
sequently:
(b) to enlXT and commence residence at the University College
of the West Indies as soon as possible, and keep terms
continuously till his or her Exhibition expires, and
(c) to send a certificate of satisfactory diligence and conduct
to the Director of Education, Barbados, al the close of
each academic year, signed by the l*rincipal of the Univer-
sity CoUege of the West Indies.
Particulars of the courses now available in the >'.
Arts, Natural Sciences, and Medicine, fees for residence, application
forms for other information may be -obtained from '.'ie Resident
Tutor for Extra-Mural Studios of the University College of the
West Indies. Hythe. Welches, Christ Church, Barbados.
Candidates must indicate clearly on the application form that they
wish to apply for a University CoUege Exhibition and must state
the Faculty of which they wish to become members and 'he subject*
which they propose to offer in the examination. Entries must be
received by the Itegiatrar of the University College -A the Wrs*
i' 1950. The entry form must be accompanied by:
(1) a recant certificate of good health.
(2) a birth certificate or other good evidence oi aft.
i3) a detailed school record.
\T*\ NELSON
laAnY RODNEY
I.AY NELSON
LADY RODNEY
U-V NELSON
NOailfROt NO
NOTICE
I Tenders are invited for the inclu-
sive right to seU liquors etc and
N lunches and leas at Ken.
sington Oval during the Tourna-
ment lApproalmateiv from Febru-
ary 7lh to February "21st i
I, Tenders are also Invited for the
transportation of the British Guiana
Team from Abbeville Guest House
to the Oval during the tournament
3. Tenders must reach the undersigned
al C. F, Harrison Si Oa OSSM
not later than 4 pm.
January 23rd
4 The Association does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.
THE BARBADOS CRICKET
ASSOCIATION INC
a* i rtoYoa
Honorary Secretary.
8 i as-an
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of GENERAL AGEN-
CIES. Co-. HB'dosi Ltd ol HlgJ- 9tr-i
City for parnilaalon to -ell Spirit. Milt
Liqu-irs. Ac at First floor oi No 14
High Street, cm
Dated this 18th day ol Janu
To. H. A. TALMA. Eaq
Police Magistrate. Dim
R. B HARRISON,
f o r Apt
N R This application will
end al a Ucenung Court to be held at
Police Court. Dist A
ihe 30th day of January IBVi
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of Kdw I
g| BS8k|88 hi>.>'- atwssswl lei ; t
iiUsaion to sell SpUils. Malt Lsquorv *'
at a board and shingle sn. .
to rMieenre at rssrklee Road. M. Mich.Ml
Dated this 18th day of January \W
To: E A McLEOD. Eaq
Pbllcs Magistrate. Diet. A"
E H BRANCH.
Applicant
N B This application will be eon*....
end al a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court. Dist A on Monda-
the 30th day ol January 1988 at 11 oTk
Fas Mir %la/a-Cofi.o'.
REAL ESTATE
PROPERTY House and 1 -
Grove near twarhse PksirtaUon. 91 Lu. *
Caw bo lnopssytad any day
itlon te Mr. P Keup.t.
Paynes Bay. St
IS
n rnH
HVMH.
NOP
YOL'NG LADY tor our OAbw at Thre
Houses Factory. St Philip. For furtht
larUcuUra apply W the Msnager
14 1 SO-Or
WANTED: Young Lady with k<
^"ce work Apply in writing bj I
W.l.iam,. Ituketlng Ca., ud B
aVl.i
SBRVA.NT--A general servant win
ood knewlsslgaj ot cooking. Refererw'
raulrrd Apply WOODVARK, Pine Hill
t Mirbael 98 1 JO-Jn
COOK An eaperletired rook and i
Deanaalic 9arvant. Apply
Worthing View Gap.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTS It TO NISI
i'Haim An invalid chair for us la
ssnall house Apply N B HowelTlaay
*s-as. it 1 50-!-
Mtaaaaaaaa
WANTED
Clean Old Kali
ADVOCATE MCSS ROOM J
a>ia>aaaaaaa>>>aaaaal
IAI1Y HODNEY
LADY NEtiSJON
LADY HODNEY
ADY NltJSOftl
l-VDY HODNEY
I ADY NELSON
COUGH
LOZENGES
it..
II i.s- ...
. \n\KRTISI.
M nii-li tti'sults
C0MMUNI C0NSENSU
Coned.1
agreed there Is nothing
" IMII I I M I \IIIM IS
Siie: t II. by 7>/2 ft nd lOVj ft by t It.
Also
I IMII I I II l.\ HOLES 6It
All very rea.sonahle in Price.
ide
laiaNlMM
ISSH
T. HERBERT Ltd.
IncocpunM
1SSS
10 a 11 RsMbuck Str-al
,ara-iwrri<<-^cat*HeDeoess-is-i*sasos*sa*iiee6Mrtrvoc\
FOR SALE
!* underalajned will off.r For Sal- at their Office. No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1650,
at 2 Dm.
The Dwelling House railed "CABLDIEM" and the land
thereto containing 10.770 square feet, situate on the Sea Com!
of St. Lawrenc. Gap. Christ Church.
Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Ilunle. "Bral-
toii, Maxwells Coast. Dial SS57.
For further particulars and condition, ol Sale, apply to :-* -
COTTLE, L-ATrORD a CO,
11.1.50.ISn.
aosea-wioos-M t oaesscc i. ley.w.'/.v/A'.v/.v.'.'.-.w.r'


PACE FJCHT
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

rar gc ncHT
"Look at'"* luhpr uf confida.nt
You* MT.r in The bag,, champ' *JW
wusaiaprfcrdo is Ki> away frwri
-"* kftarid 1 all fat ti aria-tea
Segura Of
Ecuador
B. THOMAS H.tKDIEl
PARIS. (By Mali.
On* of the man n.ftuenti.
ojulioiioilnri in Europe 'o-dsy
wMMII portfolio"he dnsaiVt
eefl on*. _
Pancho Stjura. of Guaya- ii*.
aVusstor. carries his
aienlj and norclalari.
his onothej- arf 0>roe briaiii.
ahiay lennis tacwu.
Pancho boo jusl comi
I 10-Oay mi'liro.l tennis tout ot
Um+M ana Tf> 'akin* ll
rr.ously as any -Uripou pana
.: BoBM
Duooad in saorl ohirt and jukiu.
ana with a let draped i
armchair m th. lobby of Pom
awan* Georm* \' Hole If .x-
i planed has lotoot role
Manv Eurxspaa-:* Ban
I hrard of Ecuador, or if ">r> M*r
they think It la oorn.* Soutr.
hUand they ajM l\i
deidoo. t
And bvouae 1 am the ar allot
and ahcrteat of th* four the.
otheri in the tour a I Jack Kr im
rr. rrank Parker and Pa M
the crov.d la uauall'
.1 help* "
Burbado- Vi-aiii
tlefeated B
\ cnczii''lan-
.cond Polo Mj
1U4 Taaon l ''rod four
and Barbados ? '
Viiiaaiiaa.
....
Barbados played u b*4
stroneer
(am* waa very [as. throughout.
All player, on both
ridins hard and pla':
The field was n-.uch faster.
Marhelinl toadership and play
wire relent Bv Cable I
I .1
P..: :
C. B. WILLIAMS HITS
128 N.O IN 2nd TRIAL
C B WILLIAMS ol C'ailton treated the crowd I
masninccnl atroke playii'K when he cored12* "P'","
which included 14 fours and or* m a. ddart ,
XI as the second trial match in preparatiun l..r tin- Barb*** -
British Guiana Intercolonial Tournament in FIMisMJ, -
started yeaterday at Kensington Oval.
reluctant to leave his
After IBM Drayloii waa very un-
decided and was bowled by Roy
Marshall while in the effort to hit
verbs joined Williams
and at the end of the day's play
the>
Mr E A V. Williams XI oat-
tin, the whole day haa scored 252
runs for the loaa of five wickets
in their first Innings John God-
dard won ihe loss and sent in
Mr Williams' XI to bat
Carew Mid Taylor oprnsjd the
innings for Mr Williams XI
Carew took the first ball from
Mullins and played It to John
Coddard fieldlnj at short let
The second ball he watched care-
fully through to wicket-ke. per
Wood t Atkinson bowling v. ith
Muslins began his over to Ta-. kat
Taylor got him away nicely to
Die leg in taw third ball and
seamed to be , 0
toe new ball
were undefeated with Wil-
liams 128 (giving two chances.
one when Johnny Lucas failed to
take a return from hlml and
STANDARD BRiDGt
By M. Harrison-Cray
Dealer Nona.
k 10
i ii i;
(in: (4 2
11
a i
W.
< s >
I'll
Kill
: j
^hoWMLead
England v.Vr 1?
9 Q : -
Kits
The match continues on Satur-
day
Mr t A V WfU.lAM* SU
G. Oww- c w Wood b AUiMWi 1
t\. T*>W upd w h Wood l> All-TTV- U
Crr^BUlJ b AWiiuori
C Wo.*,.*, t .( WaaXl t I
-"
* Drjyio. b II MsVBlWl.
u
T-eUl for ft BIU
In his second over Mulli:
down a maid-m In Alkinaon'i ;
Mcond over Carp* attempting to ,-.[ , .-k-hkbi tor y z to-
r*t^t one througri th* slips wai j is. ir its. % lor itn
c-ajth* bj Gerald Wood behind *
:ne rtuopa.
Th icore waa then five rum
tot th* Um <( one widwt [
Lucai >o*ned Taylor Mullim at t j
this auc* started to bo>.
nor* venom r**Un a few ahort '
on** to rise awkward... Lucas 1
was frequently beaten by Atklr.-
aon and Mullini and was far
from romfortable while faring I
them
Caught b> (Mrddiinl
Atkinson however, had him
caught by John Goddard who
was tleldtn* at stUy mld-on <
Walcott replaced N S Lucas ana
took hi. first knock froni J
Lucas Walcott took a Mnglc on
Ijm In kls flrsi ball
In M-
was out trying to hook one aft
I ti
dangerously near U
seored DM ." B WiUlan.
ih-x! Ul fa<-crt
Atkinson fr<>m ihe screen and
William* U*.r. M chance* and
anjtehi bail MiafuUj
Johnn> Lucas caan* In plan of
Mullin* and ent down his second
over to A M Taylor. In the
fuurth ball of that over William-
took a four with u beautiful mi
dnw
BOWIJ!G ANALYSIS
V
Two Clubs and
So-.iUi lu values lor - pom.
< He Mds Two
llearti OH loaaeai ..nt -r.d
North Bho*. Ihe character
j( hi. nand witn Two No
Trump* Sot.:., trie* Tfiree
OiaaMHid* and Nortn alas
Sis Djamoo*"*. *or lw knews
'
*v \ s r *> a smI
Im fx-'i ea.i i* a trump
I J follow,
w .'
ied to dummy s K WeM
-siutn enters
. > A. itoiw, to
A<. .r,i
-\ K a>Q m *hicn ne
* I
n now rurT-il t Suuth. who
leads his la Diamortds are drawn and
Bfi* Hi'.-t trick only ta
r Atka ^-r.
J Luc..
l.'t *F- SaV'ia
ItlSI. SktMllilllt
Spoon Shoot
To-morrow
: !ih i: irtwdai itiflr Associot
, tttoot


counl .it ion vards and
60U yards. Highest powibie ""rr
will be 1W) and UM BpOOn will b*
uwarded >n ttM
With Ihe UHI I |
Ou oft. great Interest and
-
SkipiH-r Qg4osWd broughl OH I
H. A Kln| f"i J H UM
WUUaim who took four runs in'
hi* second ball Blow rtghl
spinner Kenneth GoUdard
brought nn for Mulhus an Hants took foul runs oft his first I
over >0
reaeheti In 9U minutes, Williams ( Aw
was 25 TaylM 22 WlUlairii \ l'Z,uur
gUdCfl Atkinson to the leu bound- .
Thf Vagflhei
TO-DAT
aaj Rbvea. ,, i,
*un SeU: i.it p.m.
Moon iFirst Quarter* Jan-
liary ti.
Uikilns. 6.30 am
llllh Water: 5 46 a.m..
5.12 pjn.
YEMTERDAV
i; .u.i.ii (,Mini.Li.hi, .36 |n.
I'uUI for iiiimlh l n-^lrriU.
?.J I las.
Temperature (Max.) Hi 5 *l"
Tisagniialkll (Mln.) M f
Wind llirrt limi 't a m p i
|| p.m.) NX by E.
Wind Velocity 19 noli per
hour.
Rirometer 111 m i '9.99li
(3 pin i 79.B25.
It W-ii Trtsc
tme botli m L
Tbe isftkal
ii-,.-inch*> Pancno. consltteito |
came out on top .'* 'he crovaj
net always th.
And in Parts he surprised even
himself by drubbing Kramer -
the worla 'v0 -iuuk
*ebt. and then going on the next
c\enin*i to down Parker with
eoual ease and polish. The crowd
loved his bounding, springlike
nop. his perpetual smile and un-
orthodox two-handed stroke.
proent plans call for mother
.ear <>f professional U-:
ttUng downiM to promote
the gamein South .America if
possible.
-Tennis b still a rich man >
iher.-. I would like tu
.ntroduce it to the general public.
tike the monopoly away from the
tountrv club set." Pancho said.
There are two big hurdles
Find, the game is simply too ex-
pensive. Most of the equipment
baa imported from Eng-
land or the United States .
We've got to .":nd a South Ameri-
can wood okay for racket*
No Federation
"And secondly, there is no
^-.utJi American tennis feder-
ation, no overall organization
Each countrv has its own associ-
ation. but no tie-in . I would
like to change all that."
Pancho already is making plans
to take three US. stars down to
South America thin summer for
'goodwill" 'our. In addition to
living exhibitions, they will con-
duct free tennis clinic for prom-
ising youngsters in all the major
"They don't have enough com-
petition, or the chance to see really
gcod tennis . They are good,
Arrangements are being madejgood players, all right, but they
aren't in the same class with
ured the South American mens
f
he came to the U.S to attend
Miami Universi'v hot
play bam
It paid oil In *
:he U S. Utdooi Sini i
in 1M7. before turning pro. ta*
clay courts singles championship
He has visited France, and Paris
five times, is well as I
pluying ID nine
Europe Bel
E;>pt. Bnglair** Ital
He wouln

if there were no
typ.cally Yankii-"
former Mts V
Long Island, and Crot
and frienns In S<
COLD DANISH
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THE announcement thai
Goddard will captain the West
Indies team against England this
j summer has set people wondering
wfin his opposite number will be
The M.C.C. remain silent for the
Ume beinii but there are m-n
rumours linking the name of Reg
Simpson, the Notts amateur, with
the job. Denis Compton has al^r
been suggested as a likely can-
didate. But my informatior. is
that the M.C.C. do no)
the time ripe to have prof-
captains for Test matches. Trevor
Bailey, of Essex, may f
I job. but my guess is that Freddie
i Brown, who led England in the
last two Tests against New Zea-
land last year, will be Goddar i -
counterpart.
Table Tennis
Starts Feb. 6
THE Committee of Managame.il
I T T.A has decided ''
tart Table Tennis on Tuesdav
February 6.
Ttui year's Inter-Club gainei
will be teams of three pbytil
each playing nine singles.
1 AMARA
tfotike down.
Akr Waaaa or aa>
"tuition, i course ol
Brnm Amara quickly '
rasioras liergy.
It builds up the body-calls
bringing a return of youthful
vigour.
It creates i fund of nervous
energy and re-vitaln*s the
activities of the entire system.
When run-down, lacking in
energy or suffering from
weakness, there is no
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Byrtin Amara.
IT IS GOOD VALUE.'!
injRB. CKEPE DE CHINE
in \Millc. GasB. I'tnk and Blur al SI.35 peril
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to play lntcr-School games it t
ym.ca an Batutthkj morsttngs
snue th.- Trinidad and Briti>u
Guiana vbits, many clubs have
amUatod, but th*r* la still moral
to be done.
those in the State
He named Enn
Argentina1, as the lest In South
America at the moment. follov-tV
closely by Alejc Russell, also of
A i nentina, and Armanrlo Viera. of
Bi i'il
Pancho iut an early
M.. tethar, Domingo Segura, ma
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