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TAGE EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE YACHTING SEASON OPENS TODAY T'lE YACHTING SEASON, to which man> Barbadians look forward, has again started All the bets arc r-ady for the flrsl regatta, which will be held of! the Roy* Barbados Yacht Club lo-da>. The next rlgatta will be o.i relay. February 4. N of the yacht* I %  .I. 0*9. Owned byl-Jjr %*„& I %  ?'*" b> *"' C %  ".'. slateV jacht Owned u> in Barbados and will be maains; her debut to racing Urn 11 Is expected to g... round pe*fcrmanot ana Ice*! 1 1 c.' i"rna NO am, ami can give a good W. Alston, recently over foal all round perlormaI'liiiKlaii l.r...... wun Mm ll.. been ntted with a new suit ot Seagull '•' Rat**) Sails and is expected to ( ^ noptd u,,, h „ .•xcellent form this saasoo w| -„ |)C ble to uk p, r ,n B. . Raaatale Owned by lor h corr,int series and show Owen Burke and will b. skipper^^ ^ fonn l|ler nMvlng resided V Ham nor-i Burke, la jt m Trinidid (or lhe put live .kipper of the well know Shamrock" Has not raced lor several c f fMf 0 wne!rong breezes. B. 4. rudine 0 Teddy Hoad and Wall be sfcl ed by his son. Tonv (Mdctt ol hiOaf trill be cor Is now ri't-ondtti-i.'hoped that she will be ready for the scries. B. 5. Mirhiel. Omfi I Toppin and will be tUppen his son, Stan ton I I. < scratch boats in On* Class a sister yach; jii'i had a few maj and is expected to gt*i I fiance this season. B. (. FUrt. At p ras an l owi:l by P.. Brannum *vhj from the island offered for sale One of : r cently built small' boats; can tail well with gooc< handling B. 7. Mm-. Bl-ir the Commodore, Mr J H. Wilkinson, and skippered by his son. Tom Veteran of .lie A has just been fitted with new sails and is expected to show belter form than last season B. 8. Raattl. Owned and •kippered by George 91 %  to me Fhr! all-round performanc being one of the smaller boat this Class B 9 Oka... sons'. Bert and Pat A Seagull of the centreboard typo, originally named Condor" Ha* been ihoroughly reconditioned and fitted with a new spar and %  >> Performance is at present unknown, but may cause several surprises. (-. it. oatutetOwned ann skippered by Pete. Inca n .-ran "SaafcuU" ol the eenireboard class. At present scratch boat ol the cciitretxiarders Mil nny %  ousted from this position at anv lime bv the new "Ufhtninga. Gives an excellent ucrfoi. and really enjoys hard C. U. Magwin. Owned skippered by Colin Bellan y. another of tl SgU. : Has had plenty of attention i preparation for the forthcomi g season and can be exptcb give the other centrein, plenty trouble. I'S It ll understood th it "Magwin" will ov taking a ;>i this season at the cost of Cokes' per Race Intermediate Class l 1. Gaal VP omen's Hnow hS, S <>n Open Tm*, Balhln, fr7.S "each on aT} Note the addrt,, _, plione 81.8 forBaaS* CACRABAX. a^ WorthUt( %  >ome of the VaehlH that will he sail.in today. The tirsl three boai* are : B 1 Gipay, I> Z Imp ami Shamrock. To the extreme lulu are Mischief VWi < loud and l'eler Pan. The Shamrock ii not satlm | l 111Sll-Ull of a coup e Hoad and will his son George had some maji hull and rigging poited to give some good p*fl> fuiinai.i'es. L 1Z. Dawn. Owned and skippered by Arthur Evelyn A Owned by Teddy stuI(lv boat, recently scratch boat skipporoci by %  Should do very n the D" Class but rrOBOl -. \\ before "lunch lor 73 (his season to this Class. Has runs, but then Eric Rowan and ucen fitted with a new suit of Dudley Nourse. South Africa's sails and should do well. captain came together and stayed much better this season. May ^ lt tiytle. Owned and skiufor the rest of the day. When end up as one of the scratcn pu,.^ by Sidney Nurse. Veteran stumps were drawn. Rowan was atl boat whlc' has been racing not out 133. and Nourse not out I •. Invader. Owned and succeisiu ii y f or ma n y seasons. 4. :J l „J ,. -k.ppered by Donald Stout,' HaJ Glv „ a good m \\ round performance and should do well this sails and rigging. Is expected to w „ son %  %  a scratch md highest of his career while njth Africa's best third wicket stand this season. Dudley Nourse had won ihe tons lor the first time this series i icfa Australia won the first two Tests. The first wicket fell when Wynne turned a ball on to his stumps at 32 and then at 7*. DURBAN Jan 30 Nel returned a catch to the bowlSouth Africa scored 2 ID •**! ""> *he South the loss of 2 wickets to-day who AJrican third wicket pair were the third Test cricket match • U> 83 against Australia opened. Two by lunch and to 1. S.A. Scores 240 For 2 In 3rd T'.st "0" Class John Chandler and will U skipJ3{ "s al u"^clT'in hard wind %  " %  • %  top ; pered by Carrol Burke Veteran ^' (l L! |W|BM TrODsU ^ l !" ** ocoflrey JOUIWHV .V of the old "A" Class and winnci u^SsS %  %  > u *• 'nk ^ m of several raves St. 13 Gem II OWBgd -mi ">' ,1C1 u *' lcr 1 il >' 1 "' *" %  %  ^rm %  :.,.,. Mupptred by Dandcy I" LceUtnt l^rtonnMc ejtt to* hav -Resolute to u t has been bmlt n lugatta. WUt protMUo this season. lT ow „ e r, n l 'w ? ^ ^ ^"Ind B. Ul a*Ua. Own. I m ta Iatil)gi bul u „ <> %  *** ^"SwaS? skippereo by Tedd> H p,,t (ll soir* good performances, 'kippered o> uorku"Star CUts" boas wlnoti | 4. C*ronelta. Owned b^ A well-known Snipe numerous prizes Has just been j (( niinie Hoad and will be skipuoal witn many U | fitted with a suit I ,^ re d by hk son Jackie Vetera wcu in avj to beat in Ught wind U h boat of thi often nose home fir^t after a good a good a u rOUAd ptd **• 3 Nudi * '"" J 4 "" mix up on the windward leg specially in light winds. pered by.G. CanH at Ctrce. Owned and | 5 Meldy. Owned and skipsmaller boats in mis CsM skippered by Dr J W P Hark^ lwa b y Ned Carnngton Anformance NO |UC bu< new. Another veteran of the olner nem boat,unaking her debut alivki 10 the game in a sporting "Star Class" Has rcc< 'to racing this season. ShouKi uiannei several year* in Trinidad. Her ^Q^, a ( a i r turn of speed. D .7. Sinbad. The pitch was always unre;>sponsive to pace bowling, and Hassett used his spinners mor frequently. Rowan hit eonfldently against both speed and spin, and always appeared confident This was his highest score in the present series of names, and the I, B'll JoHnjIon N>1 1 li b Ian JoBruon Nourtc not out ,f -ickfl. I IL1 BOWL1MQ ANALYSIS L, 1.0*4! I I*..! b 1. lb-*. 11b-2 Class 1 I lo In 1 Owned and iklp; capabilities known. gee, ;r pffwjani tmii wt aiJVL\i "— -. Owned by John pered by Lionel Baggol. A scratch Mil M aklpoerad bj wt ' ">to class, giving a snapREV C LOWREY QUP derson. Indiana. U.S.A Sunday In the Quarterl; at Chaanan Street Church of God. He will speak al I ai 2.00 pm and 7.00 p.m. Ban Q i-urer to the Mts&ion.ny Board of the Church ol God COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED ON SUNDAY NIGHT From 7 lo 10 O'clock Combined C and Centre Board Class (' 1. Astra (ffnwd and sklpal all times. I. 1. Makawk. I. I. Eaalr. Huntc and will be skippered by -Michael Mayer,. Q jttE?wL?<£2i d I aood perlormanee In hard wind %  > %  "Hi rasVT-.k.. InThis to be watched carelul'., ,klp,..-..U b, IrU Hal"...Aor tut ,malier OouU In IBl Owned by Dr -If raailh well ... h.„ pared by Milton Tu. 1 David Payne and will I* sk.,.UMI >>... rOlJ " %  '' in this Claas last year. Veteran pered by Hob Cumberbatch Made will Have aaotitac | or the "C" Claas. Gives an its debut last season and abowed ll > w 'Jf'JS 1 vbry some vary good n %  • !" iiaht wind, but is not j| homa Should do well this year. Kippered by to heavy L •• Skly. Owned and skipAnother of 0_ !" ch J^'" l m C J SV^-p. 0 Uppered b, O. Co.. Ha. a good turn Una Claas. When Rood In.. pared by UcntM Anataj A am ol speed and doe-s well With excan give .... OMIaaM pcrlorn 'Uahtnlna Class' yacht making pert handling. ance. %  _-_-. her debut thU aaaaon. M 19 la.Ue-. Oaftaad UHl D. U. Vaai ThanHyke O..,. ,i oecpjd t„ Wtnd bl William Skeete. A and skippered by II. I> Mljai boarders plenty trouble powerful boat and can put In Was not very successful lasi t. I. T—l" Owned end son..aeaOacil irfonnances. season but is prepaung lo give 111 Cahpao. Owned I vear Scratch boat in the "C fdpptnd by Jack 1 !" the V !. %  •• '''"'""*"? Cla* Uing Uiv laigesl and IW I lirsl i.cing came to lall In 1Dermol uynoe. powerfulK rigged Gives good nil waters. Did not have a v. I performround perlormante especlall.i .i successful season last vear b.il nce l i.i'ikiii LF.Anita LlMiL-S arosaoM HI l I. Ill 1CIMI1 Owl i Winsloii Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights vs.::::::::::-.:::-.;::-. Under the distil patronage ol lenty ihe Governor and Mrs. Savage ANNUAL VALENTINE If you're frellna out o-ion-.. (;•( I ^ Mfhl.. or -ulTtr rroi MM. Barhava hr I.-K Ptxliw. RwolUn AnkU*. Hh*umail>'. i > C.x* vs-ur lint*, hllln^^ Truublo l> thiruo aad U.> .i •o lluil lh*y run>ilon poorly *. in. ..LIt %  CM ul acl >>>ur kUlr..-j %  lutrdiuiii and light wtnru, out like has |l thai ~^— C *• Hi Hu Owned by Iiopkii Uo be eoinpcUnn Uiis >vai With Bnod handling can dumuiau. 1 all otbci boat* ill thfe "CsaM" IB -i ..'.hi: now heen thorouKhly id re-rignibul has beei • ith mui" fteed loi UM oonuDi B.B.C. Radio Proiramme lun II. IN l.l.ll < &. Wlaartl U. Owned and skippered by Jim .Ion powerful C" Clai boat iiei dabul to rat li ^ uaai Will m-atr 1 I Tin 8 %  m Arrordroii Inu-rlua* soliiiui : V am Inwi I %  m Pram llvr EaUIoilaU I 10 PdlatJr 111 %  % %  > Ji.li.i I U %  m Phil fnkOrtrt V am CfcMt down w Ht> IS 10 p m N>w Atv.i. 11 i% p in llanc* MuMc II JO p MI U-i Ih* .ith I p in Cv* ItI IS H II. ReUlM N*.l*.l 1*1 V "l %  keen coin petition for the place ol I' t. \aaaboiul (...,.. J a Tk kippeit-it iy Leonard ihn Not MI. last, bul a Rthul can always be see., on no. giving battle in .1 very sportui| ill pm Bwhlnd ttn N> > manner. n|iupm Wnlhrrm.^ Ol n i ( Kaeur. <>.v T'. Nr>v an) u a-— ">•Kipi*red by Oeral y m Think O^' TlUi Tt. I centreboard boats to be launchi i The eather TO-OAI Suli Rlaea: .1 am. Sun Seta: .'-'. p.m. Moon (Klral Uuarterl Jaouary ii lishtma *3 p.m. High Water: ID a.m.. sil p.m. 1 I-IIKIIAV Kainfall t('odrlnfton) nil I..1.1 lor Mouth to testerda): 2.54 Ins temperature (Mas I 3 !>• % I. mperaMra iMtn.l tM'a*. Wind Itireetlon '' a.m.l I IS li in i E. Wind Vcl... it> II miles per hour Harumeter 9 am. 28.971 12 p.m. i ie.MS m Help Kidney. Oaclw's Way e ii. cfialeal iui< h>i R* k aM *•> %  dean •rlib %  aclanlliacially pripartd i ,v<-r#il b> clan%  i .% %  %  i IBAN No Benefit—No Poy 9 Mil lo ..rh h*lpliin voui K 'W aclika. guickU thi MWkl .111 .r. Ih. liiakrra thai C>l.S fitly UWy oak you lo try ll under a mo*t ^k naraalM. TOM b# ih, i„. n „ .•mil. ly •.iilaflad JIIRI rwiutn ikr impii 1 Cyitw Iktlaa-li .1 k-ck | y >our traatmatit today. /or* KitNiri LABDia %  j, HIUMATI$> c,.i %  i U Cystex;: They'll Do It Every Time K|s A BATMELOP, SA,\OCX> TriE UjJSALES MANASES SAV VOu JUST OKJLDNTMlX toMASCE. V, 1M 8^5 \ESS—"•-—• By Jinuiiy H atlo a/I „ -"-= -.._• 3. -^ aami HC oc^ l I IK1 T .. ,-.^,c.-tiM*sj TELEPHONE SERVICE Organised by The Women's (:ui:itlian S Club in aid ul Local Churitiex nil SATJ KIIA. I.l.v nth — a' The MAKINK IU1TKL Bridge. Can All tha uaua mm si .ai Including Ughl rei' menlv *! /VMf?(?iEDIN TME OU"-OP-TBINN \ OFfCzS --III HA E ~C _\AWi ;; I SrOu-D 3E [S*c< KABtxrr iAMOS ^h OR SO • THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED regrel. that, owing to the interruption! in the electric supply, it may be impossible to five a continuous telephone service. The Company is making enquiriei regarding supplementary apparatus in order to overcome the difficulties. In the meantime our subscribers are requested to be sparing in the use of the service so as kt'dil(usioiil ) riiraniaes \ll K.I..V,.. )\M \K> :l l. LOOM. paava-MTA T 11— 7 10 Sltidio S*rvk-i1 • Ot ltarnui Special • Dance Music f. ii no CUM-TII to leascn the drain on batteries, request applies to all subscribers especially on calls from and to numbers commencing with 1*5 11 — ll 00 l.al %  II ifII % %  Dane* 3 104 00 larmdoi. M. lad* 1 14 > I 15 i JO Proeramm* Sugi,K! ii.:rrlu 1ft%  JO Dan... I JO• 00 Salurd. I \ Ne. 1 1ft a m. IH Parad* 1 IS p tn.-l K New* 1 • m I S p.m 4 p n. : p m i • pm John Bull* lfc-.-'i a m. Ptoil CxOen %  OelJJI ,.*. , Meet Ihe Can. %  p m H\e aMhe v. Kh t pano I W p p m Sft>na> MePlwrsm—-Thatre Organ Vartilv The unrivaled GLOBE TROTTERS lirr here aCatill Ideal (or travelInn; by road, rail -md sea. while their renowned .iahtnea* nuke* I 1 '. Ill l!lllls|jf ll> able lor \lr can stand a pressure of 14 cwt H ...$43.5 Price. CAVESHEPHERO&COJ 10. 11, 12 & 13. BROAD S ifrnw.::;:::-:::::;',::::::-.-. -'-'-'-''''' Me otlvr Tvrmit*"prmol ASBKSTOS WOOD 3/1S" thick. 4 x H shl f#IMTKX WALLBOAKD ihkk. V x 8', 9'. I" • l2 IMTIX IIAKUBOAKD ,hcel< Oaasssfli s^;,,i s ^ n u s tt p m %  P m c a> v I., SluMC ftwn lh Movtl -IS . %  BABH v.thick. 4* r, r. i '•"•* IMIrX TI1.KBOAKI) Cream, Green, While, I x I %  h *^ t l.lll.NGS in Alumi-iium. Wood w>l WILKINSON & HUMS & -. PHONE 4267



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mm ,u ran>r* Klimi Kj!h promnun' people, the KMI — % %  ^Jr .„ e 2111 eeniury !" i mcnl ad I I _ %  uJCBD AV .i.\M\\RY IL IHI %  r "i THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Will The Oil Line To Haifa Re-open? ing Ahead? PAR!> ._u after periodicals held Lnnsi LONDON, Jan. 11. THE VIC*: in te r-cent Egyptian elections n in important P!wlnI*es!ion of th< I oil refineries at Hi by the Fnrcixn Iraq to rc-open m1 *----* Haifa have been I iklkL 1 nj* tui An altcrnat Ive Ijl/" %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  *! %  % niethod of supplying the refineries *-s \Mth crude oil—by tanker from Abadan ion the Persian Gulf) through the Suez lo Haifa—wai BrlUah Governfc.to,.t refused. Its unent that has just been defeated at the polls still impose* a ban on the exports oi materials and combustibles—that would Include oil—to Israel, on the •ill technically at war with that country. umittiei only has been signed). In this anti-Israeli attiIraql Qovarnment has the Egyptian. Kt'iiMinablc W d i %  %  .vcriuiifi/ iy ancMe to adopt %  It front toward Mug a strong Govern1 %  It can. •aken no ..i expedition that to Pal< itine In the iTnwder* (who %  %  *"• hi %  %  in the ,e.i:!K "al" Anglo-Egyptian B % %  a of tha Wll , '"-' may decide the Lt by thiii h stile JJhome would Israel. Lit video Iving Mgr in relief. Speculalinn st tatter provided material gote tottrestii the psi' -J,. lh-> "'-I H for kuai iiKinkind/.; Suits dni| hove begunill irrelop one %  will prevent ineeassatvi all li %  to fold will %  Uflciol i%  hi nest iid.' eanti Bvdevelopn cations ol oui present knowi rather than the i i |p %  | %  I for the ne %  %  HLfv u f over % % %  : •: I Of peace troumi. Seek s Rcl'a8' Of 2 Athletes PRETOHIA. Ja toda> ui lothe Oovernrh) nl of PakisI %  %  athletes, hcln in quaran%  Karachi. BlBtl %  r the detcnUoi ol the two MM Officer Ian De Johngh, MR old high mi Moorte, 35 .. nfl urfw ihau ..lease. B where HUM landed al K — (Renter, i mifjhl include % %  < %  ban on the uMH allowed Iraqi Government would follow -mi and re-open the pipalhm to H Approximately 4.000.000 tons of crude oil n yrnr were deliverer! to Haifa from Irno before the raratli-Arab war. Rut this figure could be 8 inch line from Kirkuk wa the experts aay, thin a lew month's Kirkuk pipeline had been practically completed up to the ion the outbreak war forced contop. t the re-opening %  with the WOUld mean iMimv is a lunate Bat it is thoiiRht in oil i nratlve reckoning, Haifa could tum out about 1.000,000 i oleum a year. This %  %  % %  %  %  :.. i enl petrol ration in Britain I liBEE i Sn/HTZD PESSIA7/STS : "VCNTBUT SHE'S WCARINC HrCH MEELsl 12 Return From Aruba OOJ u.uli.1 vho were employed .it the i-igo O .^r.' Aruba. returned to the island yesterday by M. V. "Dai They were Oacar EUchi Haybea, Owen Jones. Cle1) Fcnt.v Frederick A. Vernon D. Stoute. Allan n Theodore Marshall. Emerson Reece. Douglas McL. Luke. \ Gibson and Seiherl Q S Webster. The "Daerwood" is scheduled to leave the colony on Sunday for Aruba via St Lucia, Granada n Vincent. The Schooner Owners' Association are agents A Clock Tower Gets "A Wash" %  • clock tower at the Sevanbib is netting .i "washinit" This is one of the best known 'arks in the island, lot now the racing community ••< Barbados always take or lose hope as the fancies which they ;'ii in a race reach "The Clock" and turn the bend for %  i Ht-rmudu Gets 48'^ More Tourists HAMILTON, (By Mail) Bermuda's lourtsi Industry In* ant. in 194U due %  urn of the Quoeil oj Bermuda in Fabfuary, %  > %  liniiii. -^i|i passsaUBaTI cut heavily intu .iirimc business. There was only .: Lvali but the total numbt'i u( (lights to < iaci iwen doubled and m a I .in m, Trail • luring the year. ala Ear 1&49 we* %  300, planes 33,104. lol 1 J8.519. hjaan" brought 23,024. Una 4.9b.J. otalUng 39.525. iras aiv lor total ,,i i n ,i including tourists, who accou.it for 90 per cent, of the totals. -B.l.1' British Birds Tear Paper (By FRED SMITH) I.ONDON. cBy Mail) An Inojuiry into the paper tearing habits of British birds has revealed that many birds are given to paper tearing but the blue-tit ''Tider. ml expert Lt. Col. W. M. Luxuii Home is carrying out an investigation into paper tearing habits ol birdl at the request of the British Trust for Ornithology. His iiiuiuigs reveal that starlings, charfnnches, s parrot blackbirds, jackdaws, parrots and the tit family all consider the finest way in which to pass their spare time is by deliberately tearing up paper. Col. Home's evidence against the blue-tits comes from all over Britain, and includes many instances of wall paper, new or peeling, plain or colour..I baJBg attacked. in one Instance, two )>iue-tits flew into a parked ear and chewed Up the llfOnee card Pea* Femi Reports tell how blue-tils entered a room and tore up QoVBrnment forms. Other blue-tits pecked away with glee at leather photograph frames and linen hung out to dry. They also are reported to have wrecked havoc on newspapers left on porches. Col. Home said that after requesting information from Britons on bird tearing habits, about 80 per cent of the lettan read "-how that the v.! %  iii the habit of feeding the bird, and the paper-tearing seems to have nothing to do with hunger." "The birds may do it just for their own amusement. Lettan show that tame birds let out of their cages will tear up paper immediately after i meal," declared Col. Home The British Trust for Ornithology recently completed un Investigation into th fj bottles by birds As in papertearing, the blue-tit pi. the worst culprit. Mr. J. M Fisher, one of the investigators, said that he had plenty of evidence that blue-tits peck off the cap of a milk bottle and help themselves to as much as ui inch of milk. —I.N.S LOVE STORY (iKOKUIA. Jan 20. A vtf named Maltie I Love hits died suit for a divorce. She claims that her husband's natural %  %  rll.tl h.'l —Rrater. Acheson Disagrees a> truin Page 1 any move to revoke the Assembly. The decision of 1946 requiring United Nations members to witi. t.rnw heads of Missions from Spain. He maintained that to (t so would imply approval of the Franco Keainie. which from the British point of view, was impos sible because the regime was t o m ld e red unrepresentative. in diplomatic quarter* n ; I-ondon. it is understood tha Britain was aware of Mr. Acheson's decision to stale publicly that he considered tha* United Notions policy toward Spain had been a mistake. 'on. it is thought in raa abraadj aware hat n. rhaay ol iront was probable by Britain. The fact is. it is felt m p ol i t i ca l >iuarters that it is morally impossible for Britain's Labour Government to make a gesture ol uwoi-ds Qenera ilsco Franco. This is, of eotttae doubly the case when a General Election is pending. —Reul.'-r. FJU. Hunt For ISine Bandit8 In $lm. Robbery BOSTON. Jan 20. Toptlight investigators, commanded by the head of the Federal Bureau investigation on Friday : ifainhiied their hunt for Boston million dollar desperadoes.' Under orders from F.B.I., Direc:or J. Edgar Hoover, who took control on Thursday. Experts involved ID investigation .y-oniiiuited .1'Allies They considered the oi setting up %  ciMitr.u 0 sift clues. Detectives trom Hoover's office crisscrossed United States to P.B.I. branches in key cities in the hunt for nine bandits who I $1.1)00,000 in cash itijd 50u,(XH) In Cheque* al Brink's Armored TranspoAntfeu Companv Garage '"ucsday night. As the manhunt entered its third day, investigators clung to <.nly few thin leads. Of New Jersey an i was seized with $1,782 on his person in Miami on Thursday as a possible suspect. Boston Deputy Superintendent, John F. Daly, said after talking iml Police that the man apparently had no connection %  vith the local holdup.—CP> — Decree Grated No Swing Dancing UBERL1NGF.N. GERMANY iiiv Mall) No boogie-woogie, swing i samba will be danced during the coming carnival in Southern Germany, if straight laced Ger• .tldoiu has its way BUI the public younger generation, violently opposes the Intentions of their would-be (BnaOtl In Sacklngen. upper Rhine, close to the Swiss border, the Burgomasters of the district assembled to discuss ways and means to banish '•imported" dances In favour of the traditional German ones. Realizing that out-and-out banning would cause repercussions among rDUBSjai carnival goers, the solid Burgomasters instead resolved to make only raannunan latlona to ttn daiuiiu; bands" At Ostrach, a small town in the Hohcn/ollern district, the Burgomaster had announced strong i>pposition to the samba in order tc discourage jaz? be of dance halls. However, the Mllowlng Sunday, when he turnci in his radio he was amazed k hear the disk-jockey announce ; samba "by special request of UM Burgomaster of Ostrach." An obvious gag originated by some samba fiend in his town. Maluva Expects Reconi Rice Cro|) KUAL k ntalayi en m i.n00 torn . —is like!) to be ,t record. Dr. A. I HU inb 'i of Malaya's AfriCUlturi •day. People Dissatisfied With Communist Rule TAIPEI!, 1 Chiang K..i Bn> help the WOUndV people an the %  and felt th> ..( not like % %  i .tartan methods. —neuter i %  %  a CWet Jut pi %  i F. R ii am IPW %  j. M. 0 lent i Decree HIM wee pronounced on Oat 7 uuM I Mr. W l( Douttai UMBra of the firm i 'infHtn nted lht> petiuV %  MOBILE CINEMA A piivaie ahon 'i tha I .il oo Monday. Janu.u Luded in the programme .if ithe Mobile Cinema for the week ing January 23 to Friday January 27. On Tueeday Janunr) M tha : Cottage and G 'day. January 25. mia-and-Quai II Thursday. I Ixai I JanuM PhlUp, India Ret^ognises "No'' Government In lndo-China NEW DELHI. Jan. 20 Commuius. 1 Chinas reported Oecision to recognise Dr. Ho Chi Muih' Republic of Vietman will not influence India's policy 10waras lndo-China In any nKJ according to informed circles here. India considers that neither the Bau Dai Government nor Doctor Ho's Government has ihc altributea of Sovereignty, and therefore she is not in n position to recognise cither as the Government in lndo-China. Prime Minister Pandi.' Nehru said recently that India's BOUCJ was not to give official recognition to any Government in lndoChina, "because parts of lndoChina are under one authority. and other parts are under another authority f *Mfc'uyti£. Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Patent Oxford is now on show in leading stores. 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TAGE FOUR THF. BARBADOS ADVOCATF. svn !ti>\\. iwi fmmjS^sS^fWho Are The Liberals ? I bT Tb* A J i ui alS Co IM. M. iMfl *' %  aapi %  'Saturday. January 21. 150 LT. 'L. frank BTTJ Caribbean iisiom*. I'nion THE Commission ot Ihe British Caribbean Customs Union at its final session in this island during the last fortnight reached agreement on its report which will be submitted to the various West Indian Governments and to the Colonial Office. The report itself was the result of a colossal amount of work by the two commissioners appointed by the Colonial Office which formed the basis of that done by the entire body. In December 1948. when the Commission was appointed as a result of the Montego Bay resolution on Customs Union, the many items on which customs duties had to be paid were categorised differently in each island; now they have been given a single classification for the entire area. This in turn can be referred to the tariff structures now in worldwide use. The recommendations of the Commission stress the advantage of having a partial free trade area in the British Caribbean. Imported articles once within the area, will be subjected to the same duty in each territory because the entire British Caribbean will be treated as though it was one land area. It is realised of course that until the whole area is included in at hast %  partial unification, there will bo little likelihood of gaining the advantages to be derived from any kind of closer association. It was not an easy task to classify some 649 articles which hitherto have been subjected to seven different types of classification in the various territories; but such is the achievement of the Comiun. The contents of the recommendations have not been published but the Commissioners will undoubtedly have prepared a practical proposal for adoption by West Indian Governments This proposal will have to include the formation of a Central Advisory Committee which would consider and make recommendations on any changes which the local legislatures desire to make. On that Committee there might then be an Inspector General of Customs and Excise. This officer would have to be young and energetic and to be able to undertake frequent travel throughout the area. The various urgent changes could then be made and ratified at a later stage. The main disadvantage of free trade in the area is the fact that each colony would LONDON. (By Maii) Depl'* Uw (act tint there were only eleven I-ibr: bars In the last Parliament Bar) repreiented two and • halt milon vote*. So IiberaUam in Great Britain is tUl a potent poliUcal furte. The Ubtral Bodetri which i* the foal ot all literals. Is based on certain fundamental principles which, applied b> changing drcumatances, five differ*!.-., pollciej at different limes. The basic motlvtforce In Liberalism Is the belief In the individual. That men and women matter. Respect for the person Is. therefore, paramount. Inmviluals mult not be done down. Secondly, liberals believe that men and women must be assured of true Justice which can only come by the proper distnbuUon of power. Hence I afaiiut mi-mipolics. the and the tyranny of the "closed shop." Thirdly, that political action should aim at benefltlnf .Tie It ( il Frank river* Hurts'-la* year old thief Whip „l the Liberal Party in Ihe late Parliament. recofnWeil as the romlns Irader of the Liberal Party, has written Ihe f*ll*s*in* article for InImuitMial News Service on the alms and obiecu •* hr. •arty In the f*rtbr*eaiaf atei Hon. Col. Byen was aae of Lard Montcomery's *tafl officers at the invasion ef Hi il, and was one of Montrumen* planners of D-Diy landing In Normandy. He has been represenUnz Ihe north em division of Dorset rounlv since 1945 and his debating power and oratory has sent to the forefront the traditions of the oae-tlme famed British Liberal Party. India. Pakistan. Imrma. and will continue alonf What then la to be the future cf British industry In a Liberal Commonwealth? First and loteBBOSL there must be an end to the two fold slanflnf match which one side says that private enterprise Is magnificent anl must be maintained a< the other side advocates the abolition of the capital. and Its replacement by fullblooded State ownership. Both these must be wrong. The duty of a Government is not to run industry, but to create the conditions in which individual, firms and industries can make their maximum contribution lo the welfare of the community.. There Is a place for public enterprise The Port of London Authority created by Lloyd George is still Os*j of the finest examples of efficient public enterprise at work. There is a case for the nationalisation of electricity, fas and Cevlon ena'. Dut such nationalisation these %  "* Ihe end of all trouble In the RIFT IN EGYPT II. F.lir Maimi PARIS, (By Mail). Reports reaching Western diplomatic cycles forecast an increasingly serious rift; between King Farouk of Egypt and Prem.eri Nahas Pasha. „ One diplomatic official, known M an expert on Middle Eastern affairs, told this correspondent; %  Things have deteriorated so mud result of the bad relations between the King and Nahas Pasha that a new crisis may develop. This might even lead to the birth of a republican movement and replacement of the Mohammed AH dynasty by a conservative, semi-feudalistic republic' ,„„„.„ „.,.. .. „ .... M S"rbel.eve U>at the ind "y hut the mean, by which who., community and no, merely <*+ £*,*£ cirTe K. SLJL "2 SSSJT ,/**£ fw 1U-BAI CROWN MALT EXTRACT DUXES FUL.-ER'S SHORTBREAD R.W.B BAKr.l AUSTRALIAN BART' BASTOS FORT WINE—la*. B BASTOS POHT Bottle.. I'sually 38 1.45 .25 .51 3.00 1 50 4 OI.lt > \ III-. VI OIIKS • 18 IS %  l 2.11 I-* one secuon or claa. at the exfuture M %  ">'," crm ,„ c ^ Uminalod „ tallrtMuon and pen* of the remain.ler By cm,J more Oonmm and less >re llowKl lnf r „. op rnunfty, the Liberal do, %  * and ">• "?\£^", !" ", No one would suggest that the the parish or the nation, but the come the desire of the^Colonial ]ron fc swo| |ndus r> ^ wlUlon of mankind conn !" '^*"* !" monopoly practices or in a hlfh ry class, em latu* wiUiln the Commonj|liable to duty imposed only at the particular rate in the colony in which it is .ion was optimistic that its recommendations would be accepted by tha vanius governments concerned and a ni„ nut man thai Cuarto m i Union will be an immediate praiii.il pr,.|, : uiKlations will have been laid. In any consideration of poluu.il unification of the West Indies it is an essential. ble without In ty of others. There is no t*sac ,,, —->— Liberal Society for direction of merely lower the standard labour or the entrenchment of living of every nation. """"',,,„. nrivileae Thev are fundamentally free Health linill Lp What oollcies then flow from traders" but they are not blind The truth of the matter i, that .,* h.l£r" to the difficulties of transferring the wealth of this country has In international affairs the Libthe world from tariff protection been built up on private entereral Pare* teUevmf Iml.'asit to free trade. Nevertheless, their prise but in doing so monopoly d'oe,rn'rae^hafwayT'beenin object Is crystal dear.andMb* and restrictive pr.eti.es the forefront of every movement is to remove all barrier, which crept ,n_ It to establish collective security prevent fte free flow of men Sr^Thl Kl reBore . comand to preserve peace on the food, and Ideas over national wh |s vlU |0 Kf new basis of ju.tlce. Not only did it fronUere. support the Leafuc of NaUons In the Held of home affairs to the full but from the ouUet one mlfht say that the motto of it supported the United Nations, the Liberal Party is without Prejudice." coupled with the Veto Wrong burning desire lo see the elunThe Liberal Party pointed out ination of suffering and an inin a deputation to the then Forcrease In the social and indus%  ian Minister In 1945 that the trial progress of the nation. provision of the veto was not The Welfare State has almost problem today, however, is how only wrong in principle but become a term of abuse but not u, live within our means, for at would jeopardise the working for Liberals, for they can claim the moment we as a nation are of the United Nations machine the credit for pioneering most, earning less than we consume. lritaelf This belief which has now |, not all. of the social services creased output at lower cost must been proved correct was based „ h lch we eniov to-day. Old-age be achieved. To this end. all ic-upon the fundamental principle pension which was oppo*ed by tions of the that it was wrong to have one Jhe Conservatives, the full scheme provided with faewUvtl law for the biffer nations and of Industrial and National In*>^ !" rmiun, „ another for the smaller. France produced by Lord Bewr'Z'^T^aS ', Liberalism can truly claim to l0 ,e. p.mlly Allowance and the ^^^^^"t"^,'^"^. the be more nternational than Health Service, were all of them antec o( „ t ,,.„„„ ,„, ,„. national This doe. not mean liberal idea, supported actively creased ou t pul Payment by rethat there Is any lack of patriotby the Liberal Party. su i u ( profit sharing and I ism in the Liberal Party, but Liberals are determined to nen uiip are. therefore. that Liberals believe that the preserve the Social Service* and application to-day Mass wage problems concerning the world have always made It a cardinal demands by which both the slackcan only be solved by tha full principle that benefits under ^ ^^ the worker benefit inerii, and loyal co-operation of nations suc h schemes should be related C au*e Inflation, but increased IttOfJtHlff to the coat of living, for In no wages for harder work and highIt i. for this resson that they other way can hardship be r efficiency are lo be welcom. supported any move for the avoided. The problem Jo-day la Reduction in Taxation A reduction in t ever, can only be This official went on to explain that recent reports linking Farouk's name with that 01 Nanman Sadek, a 16-year-old beauty already engaged to an Egyptian economic expert attached to the United Nations Organization has raised a storm of protest against the young monarch's private life. The European and American press, he pointed out, commented on these matters in detail, and even the moderate and conservative Times of London published letters from readers bluntly criticizing Farouk. International News Service learned Pans that the Egyptian Ambassador to London recentlv visited the British Foreign Officfl to protest against publication of these letters by the Times. The official who received the ambassador replied that, while the letters did express the views of the British Government the British press was free to comment on every subject. Meanwhile, sharp observers of Egyptian affairs believe that the recent campaigns against Farouk have a political aspect in which Nahas Pasha's Wafd Party and somt British quarters are interested. In the International field the primary ob Jective of the Wafd is to conclude a treat; with Britain that would settle the remaimn outstanding questions between the twi countries—protection of the Suez Canal zone and the status of the Sudan. Farouk is known to have a distaste for allowing his Premier complete freedom of. action. On this occasion he may act as he did on three previous occasions when he left the Wafd in office for a limited period of negot.ations with Britain and then suddenly fired iiahas Pasha. H u r ry!! These are selling c.uickly Ualoh Oil Stoves 2, 3 and 4 burner on Stands Single and Double Table Models. STOVES— Singh B|J BOX : I 8" SAD IRONS COAL OIL LAMPS and LA.NTV.I WILKINSON & IIA VMS CO.. I.Tn Successor.i, C S. PITCHER & CO., LTD, Phones: 4472 & 468" I .v//#v**-v#v tmm Ckratt JCew! toti MIII i MI. ill oi HUM: l.il.MH CHEESE W..MOMIN In Shells TEMIUC LEAK TEA HUN/ .t SAl'CE Kit tl 1 M 1VIIV kISSE HANOO CHl'TNEY M SM I I.V IPORATEO MILK M UCAM BEEF 8ACSAGI Mill I fiAKKV BAKIM. rimllEK Pet lb. : .. 11 M 1 I'er II .. Ik But this time Nahas Pasha may opposeiS PINEAPPLE JAM the King and refuse to step down. ObserversK JAC mis itun caACKBU believe he is determined to follow party j ^ACE^cHHtitii.s cailicy regardless of interference from tne|| IED K II>N>I BBANI ... I j Palact s Should the King dismiss the Wafd cabinet % Sttlltsfl'ltl St'ltit A <.. Lid. —a constitutional prerogative cf the mona: B -and decree new elections, Nahas is expected .•w,v/////.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.w.w.v M Jose, a. 1U in.rtKUlC.on, a certain amount f fuller^consultaUo^ and ^co-ope !" not^w.iether wu. the^^la. III.'. xalii reason that Truman's Fourth party to auch an action) DUI retjuction in Government exj* Point in which hiHfl w.whrlh.-r sufficient incentive can (ure c^,^,, ^ CiU1 0 bvio'i*vly mutt embark on a bold mm h nivi to lnrtutry to i DBIWg be made by eliminain.,. adminisprofram for making the benefit* ,ho national Incomo and wealth mttve waste but tho obvious hig of our lcicntlnr advanee* and to such . understood that the representatives worker by a flat rate tax to work overtime without fear of being robbed by PA-YE. of an HK r. as ing proportion ot his additional earnings. I are determined to look at the facts without prejudice and to solve the problems confronting them on the basis of common sense, social justice and regard for ktual The Lit is essentially a Party of progress The t'on.u-ivatiYc Party has proved its inability to advance in the field of social progress. The Labour Party advancing in social progress is proceeding along the wrong industrial road. The Liberal Party toad is indeed the nitht one for Bi t N -and __. to stand firmly behind his party's claims that it represents a huge section of the Egyptian M Thus, some western diplomatic quarters bcttMt ltlj: lf lnis conflict reaches dramatic' 1 proportions, an Egyptian republic may come into exi-' Given the geographical strategic import-: ance of E^ypt. any such change would certan;Iy l>e of great interest to the western ( powers. This is believed to explain wn United States last year appointed JHnnon' Caffery. former ambassador to Paris, as am-j bassador to Rgypt France also has appointed i key diploma! to the Cairo post. He is Maurice Couve de Murville. former political director of the French Foreign Office.—I.VS. VM'H Expelled SOFIA, Jan. 20. Bulgarian Communists have expelled Dobri Terpetbev from their Politbureau for "lack of vigilance", it was disclosed here today. The Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party met on Monday and Tuesday and voted unanimously to remove Terpeshev and six others from the Politbureau for "laek of vigilance and failing to cope witii work This followed a report by its Secretary Volko Charvenkov on "the I to be earned from uncovering the traces. The fight for its utter defeat in party work and future tasks." The proceedings of the committee were published today in a communique in the Communist Party newspaper Rabot nichesko Delo. The newspaper said that the resolution and a report of the Committee'* proceedings would be published. The Central Committee also elected two new secretaries : Todor Jivkov and Georgi Tzankov. (Rostov, Communist hanged on December 16 after being found guilty of tftttOQi espionage and plotting to overthrow the State) (Keuier.) YOII #.Y ATM LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL [Mr In Paisley D^ijnsalfiH ALL WOOL TWO-TONE In Assortrd (iiloiirs ffif <,OU X iOH THIS ii.iitr.rt (one in and make your selenhm In* DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Olll ill AIM IIS SAYx Hi ilain NalixiM J \i L;< IIIUM al Ihe I \|M IIN of Ihe W.I. To The tdilor. Tht Advocute. ot Wesl Indian, now Wel lnulans Thti highway already a n-rrow parluularlv during ihe rak hour., il Leprosy will be ol iBaaTCat ta Malaya, w In Nigeria; and s: Mi(. -It u time that wme furmul buy Argentine pickled pork winding one, and heavily traversed About ten day. ago. there was a "On May *. lM fl you publi-sli..! one cannot doubt, throughout ou; ther exposure be mad* ot the instead of Canadian And both at* by motor a. well as pedestrian funeral In this same district, and a short account of the Ml ;..-! Empire whercvn treatment meted out to the people at the higher prlcas tralno. has now become more conwhen the 4 p.m. bus reached the the new sulphone drugs in the exists. Sciatic* has provided us of this Island by the British GovCONSUMER gaated. because of the space ocarea, ther* was a complete block, treatment of Uptosy in Maliia, with a cure, it Is for us to gel eminent; and th* poamibl* dis^^^ b „„. ,,,,„, un „,, „ ,i mply becaua. persons attending and in tauuvj the morale of tho the cure to tho people. TheeMenruption of our economy if It cont.lr,trn,ly ,./. „ e „ s ,„,. „„„ |M ,, 0 r„.,.,de the funeral, had not the mteUiPatlen" We have jujt received a tial need .s an adequat. *£ m .t r^nt inciaent U the ^^ *• g ^ ~J J^MV^^JSi RUSAR.U ^"^SS tPJ^J^^ It^u^StiW^ Whlch can ** tdhe ^ 1 t0 cl *'"'TV twcnt> ,ards. Wttb the nd. a siluatiim .ro*^ that w ^> our lo Thls ue( k £ W|lhm ^ ^ !" ^ SlU fSru. to ortttTthU item U "> Pwlble. but It tm btm imresult that oncomini traffic (rom hopeless, and of course, the bus h(K £ ln lhr ^ xlWm Ik tin ^^sMUiieHere the mice Pssbl " complete ihu unm %  is. meet at some point and driver calmly switched off his a b^^,,,^ .-I Cdnnot ^ .s much hiher than that in Cai.au,n ro""'e tesU have b-ii tried a block occurs. At this stage, inmotor and awaited the result llcm ^ wrilcr was ent.tl.. wholc da or the United States and it ou'. We hope to be able to pubhsii stead of one or othci ot the drivers After a rcnol o( some five minutes. fcV —old and new." In this the burden. Thev must keep a sense meMlh t .impelled to *omethinj definite in the courae reversina their vahicles and allowmore th-r. one paswiaer allfhttxl children showed wh^t h^pptucJ ot proportion, and leprosy it only of a day or two. meanwhile w*j ing fr# passage, bus and lorry from the bus coming from the \ 0 a person alected wtl ,, %  of the diseases me ->v engage each cily. and proceeded to complete the ,>, the past anu in buy at thr higher price. 1 arc doing everything possible %  Offers have been made by Canadistribute current available dian exporters to local businessequally as poasil men at attractive prices bul they V SMITH. bad to letuse because there QtJMnl ItUsIM would be no license Issued for The Barbados Eh i-ort of Canadian pickled poration Ltd H Am inkoly i'leaaa allow roe to call ijl attention t *hj! .rut subsidises i be readily community is called upon to pay at the i avhe another aSatisfactory state of producers U* Pt few d... inpany has been d.gging has tunnel from th bee., buyingCuban sugar instead bury Road along Barbarecs Road. other fn a flow of BBTSJU, | >,irney on foot. iiig that he should have the riant nf w-v. with the result that tin '..buses are held up for several minutes, at no concern at all of the respe. This Is %  say between !l and 12 noon and Five yearhave been twtitei lng away iiise, chairman of Ihe British • "f* 11 traffic Empire %  redPUe*ts. over St HESI TriHitmrnt of Lrproty %  >re in Barbados wheie les have been made %  r ot patients in Hospital, a recent letter .1 at either end oMhe arc thus lng"attontn to the emclency of represent the first ti.. ^Iphone drugs In the treatment become a mighty flood A, %  PICS. I Good Cause on 1 prosy Re.. which for 2b \ear has joined handg ho are fighting leprot.wssssss the Empire. It is a hap%  thin the pov-i one of us to give hope to mow? no have been > BARB. %  SSSSS/M** IrSpeeiaU HHt Y1H It lH\l< 6m JACOB CBACKna PIAMUT BUTTER unreal BOLOGNA SM ,I.AD in tim liANDWICH SPREAD ANCHOVY PA DUTCH CHEESK 1-Ib. tin MILK POWDER — .91. FRESH VEGETAUI.hS Kensington Grown OX-TAII.S, RABBITS IAW JS 38 SM? DUTCH BO ORDER EARLY FROM ~W0 .•.:•,:::::::: % %  %  %  %  .:: %  .: %  %  %  .: %  .: %  % % % %  %  %  %  % 



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^r >T |-R|).\V. JAM AltV 21, ia^.1 LOCAL NEWS 1111. K.UtHADOS AIIMX'ATr EGGS WONT HATCH fOR LACK OF POWER THE ELECTRIC CUTS caught housewives unpr~^d. Bui yesterday when the news that the cuts started „7„ davs ags would continue for a long time, shopper* a ,rted a run on candle supplies, kerosene lanterns uxj • olner alternative forms ..I lighting. Appeal Court Uphold Two Decisions Housewives told the 'Advocp'-" Li' h cuw hBd %  "ected them in w iren W 1VS nc sa,d "> %  < th children could not prepare then lessons for next day. Others Sftre afraid lo lay in a store of flying fish in the afternoon for next day since they thought that the refrigerators would be unable to give them any appreciable service. One young husband fed his baby by torchlight. A seamstress was disappointed because she could not finish a costume which Decisions of His Worship Mr. a baby had to wear to christenB A Talma and His Worship ing next morning. jgr E A. McLeod were upheld Those who depended upon elec^gMday by Their Honours M' tnc clocks for learning the time jTjl Taylor and Mr. H. A. * temporarily "out of date." VMKMII vt the Court of Appeal. Some city men who enjoy a h7r Honours increased a line morning shave with an electric E?Ld by Mr. E. A. McLeod razor have laid in a stock of safety •^"1; ._ inraZOI lllau and rfirnrc in <".. Increase One Fine ftm/to 40/rWil Thompson, an ex-P.... wU found guilty of having asMilted and beaten PC. 353 Uptley of District "E" <>n two JJ^ions on August 20 by M %  A. McLeod. Thompson was *B*d 20 for the first ofTem god that was confirmed, but Their utl razor blades and razors in case the cuts catch up with them early in the morning. A farmer who runs a chicken incubator Is worried that if the supply fe rut off for any length of time, he may lose several hitting* or eggs. Now that it is known th3t ih the %  tea h;,v Haneurs Wt that iftnce was a case of continued ne emergency. •fgnssiveness and merited .1 Javier tine than the 20/Mr. sjcUod had impose 1 Hi, Worship M.. H. A. Talma kid dismissed %  ' case which Jfcompson brought against Lashll* who, he contested, hod asnulted him. Thompson appealed against the dertSKMis of the Appeal Court in the three cases. Mr. E. K. Walcott. K.C.. repimntri Lashley. The fracas sta.tei when thrt really started again. there is no lack of preparation for "Emeline" Damaged In St. Lucia "Radar" Braves The Storm PAGE FIVE PARISH ROUND-UP Small Blaze In Rockier B*. Miihael. Markeu and Busber'5 Alley is ^ nor I largest Wayside erd J r the centre of this f^Wey. One thousand bags of rice, 500 bags oi charcoal, 75 wallaba posts, twomen who had not been friends 20 pieces of furniture and four for many years, as Thompson packages of personal effects, the caid. met in the clerk's quarters cargo of weather beaten schoonof the Lower Courts. Thompson er "Emeline", arrived in the isstid that Lashley had tapped him hu> d yesterday by motor vessel Vf-STERIMY MOBNINCi. on Prince w„„, m ,„.„., „„„. lh motor car (I 2211 driven b, J.me. . rnnton „, g, ,.,.,„ „ |u> !" underpin, hi. driver, MM. became involved in an ||||| | "it* the car • ,,,u niade 7, Rrllh Ashby. until recently u brief inspection Traffic was bssU ing on the btaff, ana it ig another (Kteen minute^, Uj dU..micipaiea tnatthe Staff will be perse the crowd wr33 ^Sfr-i." 10 ?^. ^ we)l v %  h""dred strong The Chru.' Church Girls' Foun—^____ oation benool took in 28 new Ci 1 n n. ,,_ pupils this term, and with its Roll 9lOlO I(M) V IU<*|1 K<} "' 141. il is AUed to capacity. a r Inere are seven Prefects 10 keep me ot la "" ^ pa"" L rf the School in order moniiuy insta.ments o: £i pc. A new Founda.ion School, which SUSS ^ in aWau 1 Ihrw "wnin* will accommodate 780 bovs and ,l l >r,s ,nm ent was imposed o.. 16. is contemplated, but it was ,\J U Wo ni P Mr. E. A. Mclearnt yesterday that no atifempt r^? H >'"lay hen he wa, has been made so far to choose !?£ d a *^\ y * "if""'"* "* a .site or erect thi* school This L a "* valued £3 4s oa„ new school will have an increase i,', P !" 5 er1y * S K Musajni i of 420 places over the old one. In the last estimates $175,000 was provided for the erection of the new school. mtmmmmm HARRISON'S BROAD ST. a NEW SHIPMENT AT THE OLD PRICES. MASONITE" § Sons Ltd. T. B. Radar" and "Daerwood". The T. B. Radar" brought only the rice. Thr "Emeline" was damaged in bad weather around mid-Januarv while bringing cargo from British (.in.ma to Barbados and limpeci into VIeux Fort, St. Lucia. ,,. ... r Captain Hazel! of the "T. B. Pit* I hflf I llPtfl liadar '"'d the "Advocate" yesrig 1 Ilttl 1/ICU Pr day that he left the "Emeline 1 at Castries badly leaking and Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tayalso with the foresail and half Jar and Mr. H. A. Vaughan yetof the mainsail completely lost today confirmed a decision of The crew were kept busy all Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, judge of day. he said, using three pumps KM Petty Debt Court. Mr. Hunto keep the vessel afloat. The arhell had entered judgment for vessel's two pumps could not do IV defendant Louise Tyrell ot all and another was brought into m Hill, St. Michael, in a case use. Part of the cargo of rice was h which Arrundel Holder; a destroyed by the incoming waColonies cannot be pan.laor of Weetbury road ter. The necessary repairs to the beneficial. Freer commercial exlas claimed £10 damages. vessel will be effected at St. Luchange between them \ Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared c a a more varied economy %  Ba 1 Unusual Weather 11.1 j . ._. — %  "Not for a long time have I JJHbout *tapitromTyrcll mcl wea her ]lkc J have ,_ E„ 1 w J n "S ,ed "Z onced on ""• ,r 'P'" so111 Captain MR later. Mr. Brancker argued Hazell. kit tke pig had been given glauOn Tuday the T. B. Rodar" m alts the morning on that left St. Lucia. lor Barbados. When „ H tint It wai bought and he about 20 miles oft VIeux Fort. nsc >**">"on there il the aues" standfast reporajd that ho Four acres of second crop ripe cones were destroyed by o tiro ut unknown origin which occurred al Wotton Plantation, at oboui r.18 pjn. on Thursday. Tho canes are the property of Ml Q s Kvelyn and lire insured. -PEGASUS" FLOUR, Alcoa l>iuu. ol lour to IIIP !>*|.. inWi... PIlM. I .. IIIIMI. •il. MSM IJH.-1. A. Co. BRINGS MILK iroucni .*oo bM THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES 2.GRADES—HARD BOARD AND TEMPERED HARD BOARD Each in Two Thicknesses — 'a" and 3/IC Ai.iil.ihlo in Sheets:— %  : 7: S; 9 and 12 It. x 4 ft. Wide "MASONITE V THICK HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL TO !V ORDINARY WOOD. IT CAN BE PI...NED. SAWED. POLISHED OR PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED. It is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions. Door Panels. Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops Etc. Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. PHONE 2364 FOR PRICES. st j Boreaford Gall of customs union. Announcing this agreement In release to-day the Commissioners record : "t'ostonu union Implies that all the members should have subolanttally the same Import tariff and that there should br aa large a measure as possible of free trade within the union area. Bui b an integration of requirements ss. UfKUrl %  Mm LADY NELSONMONDAY I*d> N.lion'' DUE The final moctlnii of tin mission was held in Barbados from the yth to the 19th .it Janu•ry, iwo. In iddltton to Mr. J. McLagan. the Chairman, and Mr. • ne J. (.iMlnfthcr, Second Commissionwas wounded, with a stone, I'.v ;m unknown man, white he was on Tudor Street on Wo* V ..uft have revived these crops. *<.ttl& One planivr said that hi niKUy frt.m Halilai N.nriprn IiUi.o.. %  hi i il. (imuHta and TtinidM. %  ii, (BarbadtM Advorate Jan || p%  tif ill ihe ". lnc following representatives never witnessed better January BAHBAIH>S V JAMAICA" other than attended:— rains than these of thU year. It is (Taken from the •> %  <,.,' tri**.-. undersloori th* Pnrtanr. u.-.li ,ir' i.-._,.. .--. trient l*~r Mr. E. J. Petrie. Mr. U. A. T. understood that Porters wiil star.' io-ua> tne tour. ill (ottsi Williams (Barbados); Mr. J. L. Krindiof canes about the middle al Kensington Ov.u~i^"ween*ih' which in natcher, O.B.I Mr B, V. n of February, weather permitting. Jamaica XI captained by Mr K tably tend towards Moulding (British Uuiana); Mr. The Parish Is 11UI suffering from K Nunes and our repres'vniauv,-" i British Honduras); "n acute shortage of fish. Rough under the leadership of Mr H B teas In this nrea are hampering O. Austin. It is vcrv manv ven[ ushing boats coHsidcrU>. turn will creating conditions inviting close: political unity. Common Practices Allied to any scheme for closer • %  to pitch the roof „f her During'the llnai pull for Barmo '"'"T* WOU 'l! i !" 01 *. *?? n Monlcgo Bay, J Hue and *he was obliged to sell bados. the weather had improved Bf !" !" laW ur!i a ''a b r ^ n lo ,he tember 1947. Its tarn • Pig young. very little. Wcsl Indlc, a mucn needed .. T> r Honours decided that the Ten passengers were on board *"£.,?,' jfun w M a matte,of chance and ihey could not put their heads ^J^?!??" !" ? ,s f C T P ''. C %  d;il *as not for Tyrell to know outside their cabins. Some of i^. h *ffi. P t ~ c l M** l tnere was anything wrong with them got seasick. No Pg Even doctors had to cut ct •n glauber salts. The iiy r sick since she had it and norninii tefore the sale tlon of the desirability of having common customs laws, common customs practice and documentation, common tariff structure and lenclatur ( %  ration for il K. Mi Mr S Bloomberg (Jamaica) Mr. L. P. Spence. .Mr. A. T. Shill (Trinidad); Hon. E. A. Thompson (Leeward Islands); Hon. W. O. Peters 'St Kitta-Navii i; Mr. D. R. Walwyn (Montserrat); Hon. L. Cools-UirtiKiie (W i o <1 w a r d Islands); H I inica); St. Uearge. An accident occurred on Constant Road at aboui 7.15 ajn. on Thursday between a bicycle owned and ridden by Gordon Topfcin of Kcnda), St. since a Jamaica team visitei Jhu island, and few Bcttva crtoketera of the present day remember that visit. Having had so litUe intcrcoum with our northern friends ano having built up a reputation foi Mr. K CUtteM Knlsjht, John, and another hicycle ownetl ourselves us cricketers amoiiK It II .| .lit.* Hull \ I' 11 -anai Piilellkn K.. 011. lltt_>._ _( nllue _ J . statistical .linn(."*• %  !. i/*t n. i in i^ao.iiK i a , _. %  . _u. ,t the vessel forced bags of rice Into &ch f ,hcsc requirements has M eaten with its usual vljou.the hulk head and caused some f!**'""' 'h. careful attention nf M. R. K n ,. %  lassiBaynes (St. Lucia); Hon V Anher (St. Vincent). Asked 99 interference with the engine. the Commission and although Ihe Term-. >( Krfrrcnce The Commission was apitointed n 194B by the Secretary of State llitvitv.uibc TTJ.a. ..IV CIIEIttVf% I# ^-s^ .\r ... .nviim.1 ir. Their Honours The -T. B. Radar" left St. LuCommission is optimistic enough or lhc CololliM [ollowlng x. sax nallswai Ihol Ifos I>AIU\F4 S.-.M S\JI ... .unusual to c |. the Thursday following and '" ..Ie was damaged. than are our visitors. From ihe display Ihey made on the urounds id yesterday how. HARRISONS //-VAW/AWAi %  aether it was not *plgi weighing 132 pounds, reached Barbados 'midnight "the cc *Pj We * a who 'e it.feels that on Ooasr AaaoeiarJon of tha BrttMayers of l^gecltffe. Mayers said have < -oine to the"onciusiin U tn*t ill said that she wanted shinsame day. acceptance merely of these comijh Wert i nt u an Colonies held at %  *" the axe was taken from the Jamaica team is J powerful those capable of judging PW animals before they could Ute death to anything. could be done, so passengers and Three Wills Admitted To Probate Unless there is give and take union Is impossible It was in such a spirit of co-operation tha, the Commission faced its dllllcult task and it is hoped that a like spirit will prevail in the minds if those who are requin labours." rew ate tinned foods and bread. Sea water broke over the bridge of the vessel, which is about 20 feet high. 211-Hour Trip The trip took 20 hours. Captain Archibald of the "Daerwood" said that he experienced similur weather but he did not fare as j n judgment on thci badly as the "T. B. Radar". The m'ThStrs" c vered ,hc d,8lance FIVE FELL OFF LORRY Other cargo of the "Daerwood" ^^r^K^^rh.?^?.^ was comprised of tresh fruit. inr ic, M) \>tn. drim * iv n waiMtn coconuts and pumpkins while aa taiwill llsae, CtwM cinirch bom that of the "T. B. Radar" w "Z.'l.trZX'io*.*. v.,n a..harcoal. fresh fruit. COCOnUtS ir. fc ,n. Krn.xUi Mawvar.l %  n d JoUph Df*K>. all ol PMmorv Vill*c. ChrMi Both vessels were at their "Jg .^*3;,r[S3-,i, '^! v ~r" •• Court of niyl'in^.* B lu "* berths in Uie inner basin of tho csrtl Jrd.r mid ih. A. lie oetnun. J,„i .. Careanam yesterday discharging n... ... ..!..,,. ,,„ IMO ..i ..... ,.„ ttUBth %  %  £?"' Si brojghl bv Ihe T. B. Radar" was S, .,... .„„,,.. i, !" d TI.. ... u K-„;' l „s; r r„i"f dmln c 1 i' r r. -* S<-pFoster Hall Road on a day last week. It is tho property of tho mea ~ ence an %  1m la consulWater Works Department. ,form ,. lallon with ihe ';. • • Custom, union is a complicated he e rritones in tha British Carlo'• Jow*. The lo of a wallet and opan arca the ,., ^ s valued 1/6. a bag valued I/*. :ooking '" I' co ncl 1 l '.w v "; vln " l tobUshment of a cualoms union containing J2..4 was reponed by .5 needs of all the constituent ternand lt) makp recommendation. Agnes Knight of Airy Hill. Sho tones demand, a high degree of lvith spoclri i rrs lr „ •, UI :i„. artlcaai were taken and the motion is apt to rem d compromise. ,.,, eaaurinj unlformllj In adfrom her basket on Sugar Hill for day. after the voyager ha combination, strong I with no tail and possessed of a very powerful battery of bowlen tin Monday our visitors had not nl i.'covered their sea lea.; and seven days' tossing in a .mail I rail like ihe "Remellk Is a oil rsperience to be remembered, — J"* petiUons for Letter. ..f %  ""hMion were granted and %  WU ol thiee iieoule were "KM to.probate by HI. Hon„ >6e Chief Judge. Sir Allan an n *P lc On at yeilerday's sitting %  •• *om. non to the estate of lather Ida Marie Helena •• Orlmth late of Uul air r W *. w M < unadmlnls. "• oy Samuel CArastophar "JJ ueeeased', late husband. •Wbon of Sylvi.,,, Allan Wil_^ of u ppcr Cnnlon s, %  ff,7 ? n, k l 1 "il'''''slateof S£/lidia Poster late of Upper spoilt. THE PINE HAS 19 MEGCRETE HOUSES WORK on the Government fouling Scheme I". ,n the northern side ol the site Occupied by the flood victims, i.s going on apace. The houses in their colourings of light blue, pink, etc., with the white streak between the megcrete blocks out of which they are being constructed, present a charming picture. laiTou', 0 *""' ,0 ' "" "*"' ""'" "' *"" '" &J K. W.lcolt, K ?n "Bmldinp of two, three and four "OUK. a unit., divided into four -*** Me..,. Hutchinson rooms aregoing up ^id the blocks *"'>• "^ '•' J !" „ I two. Mao St. James. %  Jut,,* of Leonard Clement of Upper Carlton. St ""wife Beatrice Ruth Desen. wuium, j, to o( tWi Iitand< Ujd out ,5^ Walcott, sanflMtt h ** ssrh Hutchinson rooms are going up and La*. niiiustr.ition ami ttisto'ns Road sometime last week. (b) the aalacUon and ti s 'Luc>. Both Fmnicld and nacaaaair staff CincludSpring Hail Factories, it was ing thistall I'M HI odalearnt yesterday, ure exp'rted to qt|ata nvlee); i.an grinding canes %  mind 'he (C) the | nit'ii Of this month. The IS <>r egard to Tore F_states .supplying fatr lW l with canes all show shins nf very premising crops. A.' Fairfleld. Mount Gay. Trents. Broomefleld and other Estates ol the Mount Gay Company. jraiM wore harvested recently and good l ilted. stepped down the side of the shi THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. the : n.ments who venue would the introduction of toms union; and the special needs of the British Virgin Islands. 1 PIGEON CHOW The most nutritious Food thai run he had for MjMfjg One of Purina's hcvt, ;iiiil nhtainable at H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. rprented the p.mak. it possibl. ti ^t them in a %  !" ,' tt d, of X*S.Wm," „ve each ol the ca*. .u^i.ingly short, time. !" no r ? X o l !" uS" 1 *'''Jn,...ed,o u r „h.h...r. t.^ U^ST-viS. tL' "r ..tln^countr.v-.de ,n the d..,^. %  iif u ,'. ,IM ''" Prubauj.were terday rj 1 ?' -" KunicofWe the en xx. "-"" Church. Jgarthi ing is Church. mffton late <,( :;i. and Rebecca Lovell late HUflL _. that the average time : erection of a two-room buildthe neatly arranged houses In their pretty colouring, a few "' ; n h;ee U ;or.Tour a .^ a d, h y i ; , , r nd -id, away, ** the green Aeld, a four-room, five days. o* 10 EMEMBER THE BATH More To Come The UVKU* egrets raport of ^•Plxaring in the Adli „" "ecembcr 23rd, 2'h?w V \ 1,ro, *' nc be *touT rE*.*; Mr H A 5*1 .K Advocate re5J>~ mls.ke and • ,*" There u no S^ht.ei Kh a CM h '* n •*fe CounT P0Ur0 Bodily Harm Costs 1.)/About nineteen buildings have already gone up and the foundations for several others have bean laid. The two-room building has a LLOYD BERR1S was fined 15/bedroom and living-room: the anJ 2'costs to be paid in 14 three-room. Iwo bedrooms and a days or one month's imprisonment living room, and the four-room, of by His Worship Mr. H A. Talma which there is only one as yet. vesterday for inflicting bodily three bedrooms and a living-room, harm on Caspar Collymore of In each building are provided a Green'* Lane, kitchen, two cupboards in the ing-room. !" d an apartment m CoUymure said he > the bedrooms for the purpose of a friend's yard on October 10 about wardrobe. A sanitary unit—toilets 3 30 pjn whan B< and baths—u built in the centre the yard and struck him on his or close by a group of four or face. BIG REDUCTIONS LADIES BATH CAPS Reduced from 3/6 to 2/Secure i From all Branches KNIGHTS LTD. 27 inches wide. Per Spring clean and redecorate we have new slocks of CONGOLEUM in squares and by the yard I 1M J10.47 S12.23 S1397 CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET HOLIDAYiX< m MiX ML K.9 Deliveries can be arranged in the U.K. for one of these popular %  • • VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details will be gladly |rM „„ application to ROBERT THOM LTD. 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SATlRDAi. JAMARY21, ] PACE six %  -l£NRY THE BAR BADOS ADVOCATF CARL ANDERSON REMEMBEB ? HO STICKY -> HAMDSHPMRV MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISNEY %  \\ -_ i \sn %  ){ PVES....7NE AS<\. oc v^xie BSaZSH TPVINS/tCVS"WV TO SLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG I P i'i-:^ THE J-QNE,RANGER. F.RANK STR IKE Ully^'—I i Conq uest k THE VENGEANCE OF TIE SCORPIO! w .... v %  runs MSlP *CV,CONQt* STARVC VP6ATu K TfiS W^ON T aClK r" %  INVONfi TO ifrCftNO b BRINGING UP FATHER %  W3, • %  • • %  I 'OOOA^I SAV 'A' THi I MASTO3 OP TWl€ fOUfiC ANO I -E OOOCOtf a BY GEORGE MC.MANUS VCU CLTMAT\W*y ABOUT rs crtx-WMv WONT MX) BR A AAAN AMD TELL MEO AND TAKE THAT fiTuD LCCK C*C HXO PACE IT'S LbrfCKV COR wi w Hi .-•> %  •SAUZE T MfcAST TRS PO KP IK? -3JCX ANO A L.TTJl a-*. %  v* -i soTMS Q a-OAST. %  *..._-: %  •Y ALEX RAYMOND Z'Lt. "lU. k C~: 1 HAS A*A\ AN *CH*J 4 .VOt AS - %  00.^19 "8 EC T3 DNAP vj ... -H§ s *j*. K B> C*vt A^CNO AS M "-is JOt -T^ K •>... TN4>, W A*T>K4. MT %  OQ-VW Ok** •* Pu^.ao A KS eg...AN yyl I -**, jot &f / FALK & RAY MOORFS Mi POUT HfiMTMEtlA.' .i/7 THE PERFECT CEREAL • JOOO fO* CHIIDMN Watch your children grow up full erf life and energy. See thai your man and women of tomorrow get nouriahing fooda today! Nourishing, delicious Cream of Wheat is easy to digest you and your children will lore HI Try it today. ""'Wi' Castor OH ihould case*. e nai^l tmsweaLTt*, bs quit. an. J shame u %  CASTORk %  .....—....... IIII??~ CERTAIN COOQl CURE The UNIQUE REMEDY t. ( ouihs. i .ii,u. %  aasjaB Sore Throat. Hssnaat-, Bronrhisl \Mhnu. VTaest, ins Couch. Disease of o. ;; rhenl and Lungs. , !" • [ c. i ARLKIN mm j Wholeaale & RetaO Druggist ;> 13G Roebuck St. Dki] 2j|j nianrsasD TKADI BUKS WM CREAM OF WHEAT Stuart & Sampson no. Hsadquarm* fot ;•* RQ, \sc'/////im CARRS BISCUITS BUENOS AIRES? WASHINGTON? ISTAMBUL? ADELAIDE Wh.ttvat th Destination ia YOUR FLIGHT STARTS t MA I) I Bt tA I CAS1ISU INtlA.lO lOn Sslr al All (iROCKIts juil DRl'li HOBM) TAKE A LOOK AT THESE BOOKS. PARTNERS FOR PROGRESS — Sir CH*rlt> Jeifrias wtth a foreword by Hon Arifiwr CtMcti Jorwt U P I LEAP OVER THE WALL A (Ulurn to irv* World Mr 28 y*ars in a Convent —rnonica Baldwin WALK IN DARKNESS H. H SAY PLEASE — ft** (Maw PEARS ENCYCLOPEDIA CaV. u,„cn .ADVOCATE STATIONERY ? BRITISH WES7INDIANA/fiWAY% You cam book your Air Pmasag* to anywhar* In th* world at No Extra Coat at tha booking off lea Of . BRITISH WESTINDIANAWWAYSi LIMITED. IKesiatered in Trinidad) Lawer Broad Street Bridgetown Bark PHONES: I5H5 & 2789 *& For quality and fan colour insi* a SPINNER'S MXXKPORT looAfv, UM mark on every ••<"* %  E. SPINNER CO. l f • THE KHAKI DRILL SHCIAU 1 II Agents: T. Geddes Grant Ltd., iridgtwn.



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tlT l' MlH Jin %  ) -i. urn,. —— CLASSIFIED ADS. j! ,BlM ^ 4D0S ADVOl III — I gagst PH 1104 lit PI'BLW SALES I*" n ,01-llB P" %  a %  • if* -HCTION I MtKSERVED Al'CTION SALE HOUSK — Monday iw, .. "•" A'"" Mr -| |j|7 aVl.si-*, i THANKS -g*Tsl>vel •*• lc thank —1 tympaUii'Sown %  •i to Ihe death "1 VARY %  f-TtaN Millar -eon*'. Clarl** •"S^n, Jr.hn.on and Edith !" J^lilwtftitani. CUuda Blenman Cicil %  '•' %  W" %  no) 31.1.50-In Lteur "... %  •• JK** of IS.. IJUrk Bor". %  Ttllly cm with Uuntu it" |W grtBpatr.V tanderod them in — -^apt btlMVMntnl KTMiomd by jSb"! Mr Hobcrt n I tk ui>*ni|nM gratefully return a. t. family and fjland* al*o CV tggg wf4*4l and .tympalhlaad ^Til attended "" %  'eral "< -rttizAiirrii ROC* ot Near to*. Si U,n on 3F.h Dftnb.r. 1MB. %  Rock; Clil ^LV Wilfred Hoc*: Amy Rock. r uhendi El*a Rock 'grand-MBTUm of %  EVES "ho IjsCJMrtra IhU lite „, S an Tun In the l*t*\rt* of ihoae you H MI to die. I Km 11.1.3ft—In IMIM mf-moiy l Our who dIM 1UI Januaty 1444 WW* of "v wlgr nl crlcl (MMTT turn* back every leaf LfUaill to W cone HVMor., bul inctnoi! lenivg Children. Carmen. Charlie, to* Evelyn Goodrtdg*-. a1.i.**v to. ertf lolr rtiemor) -I our near %  AMELIA MHJ IP ho dB | tha> 111* on January 20. 1939. M %  I the path she trod iW Ik* year. %  '"d her | M\r the ml 'Hit (Jod *n Millar ihuab jajryi i!l l —*.— %  %  iupii. u £ on applhMllon al nw ofc Dtod thU ITlh d*y of jtnuuy IMi O C WILUAJM. "otmrrof Tr4 Marks iA.t Virgins Children Love Red Bean Soup The School Lunch Programme of the Virg.n Islands of the United States, run for all children in public and parochial %  shook) aims to gtn each child a good meal daily. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By loMttirtton. from Mra. Vtma who lol of houMhold rumiiun .1 St mi' *n J,? !" jJJ^^u !" !.,. ,,0X1."& T. n ilfo" '~;" a ,"^'"n"o"n' AnSfSS: S ci o~ r* ""'V " ,ma •** D'ARCV A. SCOTrT^ AtMUOMar, .. II I-30.-4I. RE*t P*rr*TF ^^r?"* '" I"bl^n>ofl beard BLTlyyarga iss? v"?o v 'l, T '5. 1 ,-"g-" II I - TAKE NOTICE • MEIXO.KUtM" LiL^l! ^ rt M nu '"urtn C r.Til tf* i^T !" 1 1 Hl Oacl 5S2S2t-.*JT' "* %  %  pp "* d ,or ,h racialrallon of a trad. mart. i„ con. "•Cllon with -Tabl Maratlnr" ani " un* monlh from Ihr ,Hh da* nl '• "• mMnilma glv no'.lc* in dnplic.ita torn* my oAc of oppl.ltion of nicti ilraik>n. T> i^do ,.. „„ „, "tn on application at my oV* OaWd Ihta JIth day of J.nJLy/w? G C WILLIAMS, K*|litr of Trad* Martta .A*.' .l Ml—3. FOIl RENT HOUSES FLATS f'.lly furntshad with ftefrtccraior and Unen al Indramar. Worthln*. j '' "*•' III f —LfJa. 1 IIOI'SE—At Worthlnx Oolf Club Rd J. ,?"2r ) ? n £ App, Andw Evvlyn Golf Club Rd. or Dial MM. NOTICE TendVra aro invltad for Ihe ciclu'lv. rtrht to aall liquor* ,t, M d t" aer\'e luncha. and i M t at Kmnnauin oval durlnf: the Tournament. (ApproKimatclv from >bru"ry Tih to Krtniaf> 2UI | Ttda are a bo invited for tha> tronaportatlon ..f the BtiUnh Guiana Team from Abbeville Gueat HOUN to me oval .iunr.it the tournamvnL Tcndera mu* raa.h the tindcrilimrd %  C. F. Hanikon Jt Co/. Office V?! U, "_ ,h n -* "> Monday "icrolo. contalmni i Acre. 2 Rood.. 31 >*i Michael Idaaily .ultabl* for dpxlopment aa a Buildlna EitattIn.pectlon any day except Sundiv. I^lwa^n lb. houra of t X am. fZTttfi •I in. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m on apnli ralkm to Mr. Ronnie Glllan. on -hpmnjM. Dial SHI Thr above property will be art up for Drldaviown, on Friday jrn paiwnt. krhaa ind kind . ..einory you'va left r awtaf amUe. rour jentle fac< > oa Dear A.Lan. >oiar taak ia at 1 awing lunda van do no more Uat Almighly m>ni tlieo Ml and eternal Charlie. Lana Mir (,!..,. %  'ioodrtdM (wtlvl ana Jean (Children I. %  iMaaai; ol EUUl.^K .\I.ON/.A HAN iJackapa I Jaauan JIM IMS I #JI aia.r. u-.-aT.ii ui bui-t thai %  %  aftriMi bagln to nng natfa.bMr It Ihy vkClory *UV Whore .. 1 t Iwai II, r %  . %  ,,i our Deal I— ... kMrki on heavan'a door. wtl at renumbered m Buby I (wilei Bain UPM. Gra.. ..,,. i Mil. i unaii) .;,'... JtXA. fiiin plt..e Capri Hill SAI> mOTIVE -v-t eat I ttD," 4th \venur. Marine Oardcn*. with about lO.tOQ aquare feet of land will be -ered or aalt at the ?^*^. "', U| "" "nder-iane*: on Thuradav. the 2nd day of February. IMO at 2 p.,,, Thla freehold dwelllnahouae con taint aallcry. 2 public rooma. kitchen and pantry on around Boor and 3 Mdrooma bath etc. on flrat door. Rieciric. aaa and water aarvkcea. The houa* hai recently been renovated tVon c, "" d ""^ ln **cellent condibv appointment with Mrs. . 8. Bynoe. Dial 1310. Further particulam and condlllona of MM apply m COTTLE. CATTORD Ar CO Sollcllora. 21.1 JO.—lln January 33rd. The AMoclaUon don not bind I lf to accept the lownt or ai tender. THE DARRADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION INC W F IIOYOS. ntonoraxy SacreUry. • l.St-a, NOTICE Wa bag io thank our cuatom*r for lat patronace and to advlaa that %  hall not ba receivi HOUSft-Fuiiv fumaahad al Woodatd* c.rden.. nay St. Mid-February lo June I hone 3la> n | at—an month. PhOn* 44.1. IS*—t f %  "NEWHA\'EN". Crana Coaat. full? lumlahad. OaragM Sarvant Rooma Superb bathing beach, rabruary. March. June. November; 1-ecembar; $m 00 per i-wnth. Phone 447e.l.M—t f.n CIJ:RK—Irnrnadialaly Junior Clerk for mVw Salary Mw 00 to S 00. Depend receiving any Laundr>' :.t lB on QuallfkaiUoaa and eKperierce eatabiimment altar today, at we are f"ucceful applicant mutt aaaum* duClat ,-?,*'* ^ lr "i'" 'ho Wt. inat. All thoaa * 1" Fobruary. Apply in paraoii with *ing Laundry there are requeated to written application to the Secretary call for aarna on or before 2Mh mat. Rrkalafn Broa. Bay Street 11,1 III;IMI niMim J 21.1 SO-3n 19 1 .l:i The meal congiits of normal portions of protein, vegetable and fruit, one large slice of butterexl bread and a glass of milk. This meal is served once a day in I vuv child m Bt riiu.'t...s %  ad St. John who wishes to participate in the programme. There is na 'hargc for this sen-ice. At flrst tho children found It difficult to enJoy the vegetables which wero served, but It has been noted that now there is some improvemer: in the acceptance of a varied diet. The most popular dish served in the programme is red bean soup. FARAWAY st. PUIID coaat. Mitt 9" day whw this '* rved, all fumiahed. Oaraajaa. Sarvant Rooma. plates arc cleaned and the child* Bathing beach Fre*. March iM. s I ren completely satisfied. This re[fleets the eaUng habits of the ,children who have been conditioned to this diet. An attempt has been marie to include in thu dish vegetable juices and totnntoes to reinforce the vitamin content. Along with this programme, it seems imperative that a scheme of education on the value ol various food items be introduced. Teachers, parents and Hot Lunch workers can contribute to changing food habits in the children by maintaining a positive attitude In encouraging children to eat vegetables. The children enjoy milk which Is served daily. They Ukt> dried fruits, meats and che*se dishes. Last year fresh fi*h was •Brved and this proved a favourite. Another popular dish is Spanish omelette prepared with a creole sauce and served with spiced beets. It is interesting to note that the children of kindergarten level enjoy all foods. It can be said with ecrtainn that since the beginning of the Hot Lunch Programme, the nutritional level of the children has improvThis is bound to bear fmr V iUE MMIM I M WANTED Old Kali: %  Carliale H _. TO LBT I ESPERANZA Fully fumiahed 1 bed looma, drawing room, kitchen etc rompiete with trtgldalr*. Hi mllea from PrldgWown. and on the lovaty .mat Beach Apply: Mra J A I-onealar Oarage. Mount Standfaal Jama* or Phone SI-J3. ___^ 11.1 M—n at WAITED HELP SERVANT--A general, arrvant witn good knowledge of cooking. Reference cq u I red. Apply WOODVAKE. Plna Hill >t Michael. S0I.M—3n IN PORT ^choonar Holly N Jooar ''•' Sch. Bakruaan, s AIoM Scott. Sch Francaa W. Smith. Sch. MarlS* **"• Wnl v n A*glnald N WaUaca, Sch JUrea rnnetta. V.cht IWa.e. Svh %  Sch Barca ARRIVAU a^K-ri*^ rwoo'". M IO, n t Capum i X ^ boh1 ,. Inm . Lucia Aaent. 8 *l??^• ^ 0wn • r • Aaaoefatlon -** T n •*•'• ton. net. capt. Haaell. from SI Lurta. Agent D L Johnaon. Eaq. cAf M !" *••.' %  Mil lona net. lapi uornn, from Brttlah Guiana. Agent. DaCoata Co. Ltd __ DSPARTI BKM Sweoiah Banauentlne -Sunbeam" ?M lona net. Captain Beetkland, for MarUnet. nlqua Aaanu DaCorta Co., I-.d M.\. "Lady Patricia 291 ton Captain King, (or Trinidad Agent Johnaon. Ea<|. ror at. l.ucu: Mc. W. D. W.,d, n For Domtntrar Mr .nd Mr. C R Howoolham. Mn. A. CobboM Mr P A (•oObold M,„ M MMMII.'. Mr | || 5rn M. A D Bovd. Mr R II j„r,„. 55 1' £ W Po,> ''x !" s T. Lmt "o3 'infiM !" Sl l ""'' d M Fo Monlr*rr.l .1,. j. HMr. Mr A l-or Anlt.u. Dr .nd Mr. L. R ll u Uor, ^r Bormuda: Mr and Mr. A. Orfor Do.lon: Mr. F. T. Bum. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION" _.,u,,f.n,.,„. ,K 1B .'ZZZTTS:, L t-.sr"2"„ ,v „ %  . *?? % % %  %  ;T"A Bl MUrM U; s a Dulvmrtljk SS ^ ,£Fn * r1 <*: *-. lUarlam; Whir* (*V, V M V Ifn^uay: S S Vin.irn M V K M . a Itr^l. 1J Caao HoohSrS> ti. A.",'"' XV. Mormactid.. 9 s Haclftc Shipper. h*gnhlld: SM p P, UU ss Powe Jf'S^'-fta?' I ?"' : ••* %  L td q^or: ir„. L= ph """ haT: S S Fdeniield, S S King Ptonaarreaf; SS Oottlca: SS Cait%  I'* B W i t 8 B „ 3 —*"—. S Forreabank. S S Alcoa Roamee; S s Rnordar M V Helena. SS Mo*l ; SS %  B Nomaaa: S S Atlantic Prod'fcer. 9 S .-jlppar: S S. Defoe: M y sT Kallhr^ a 8 %  %  Bu,n,rn " % %  '" s ^ | Clean ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM WANTED: Young Lady with know• Ofc or shorthand and typing for general ^>fhce work. Apply in writing lo I.. J ttniiama. Marketing Co.. Ltd.. Br;a Slreal. 1S.1.S*— T THE undersigned will offer for Sale *t 'heir ofnee in Jamea Slratet. nridgeio-n on Friday the 271h day of January UJO at I p m. Thp Dwelling Houac called "DEUIJ^H" nia the land thereto belonging containing J 7 %  ?"'* '• %  altuata at HaatlngC Mai Church. The Dwelling llouaa compritwa Cloaed Canary. Drawing and Dining Hoomi [ %  ..It"...,!-. Drcaing Room. Toilet BaD and Kitchen with Electric. Wafer. O, M %  <' % %  ,-1..,pa rggaallgc Scrv.nn i i(,.,,... -lid Srrvant'a Tollat. Inapccllon any day batween the hour* of H a.m. and 4 p m. on appllcaiion on i ha premiaea. Fi>r further partlculara and conditlonx ol Sale, apply to;— HUTCHINSON A BANFIEl^. Solicitors FOR SAI-E OR RENT Farley Hill. •it Pater Old Plantation houac with "f-gr ballroom. Dining room library, fourteen bedrooma ale Ideal for convartng to residential club. For detail* \lply to Bradahaw Company. 4.I.B0.—tXn For Sales—Confc/ NOTICE RC ESTATE OF ALMA SMITTEN NOTICE la hereby given that all par. ona haviiiB any debt or claims againat be Etlata of ALMA SMITTEN deccaaed. '"}'?' ^• c m "'" Vllbiga. m the Pan.i, ^'Michael m this Island who died %  "., rt <, * on ,he IJ "' *•> %  of oclobei raai agaj tWgggaaa |p |gnd pagilgngari "f their elajgaj duly .itteated tVlh* un ?.?', ,,f U* d ucl n Uoyd Lcorock, Station Hill. St. Michael on or before the 7 day of April ISM after which dale shall proceed lo dlslribuU the agaa .'., J?* ,J*eaaaBd among lha parties a tilled thereto, having regard only such claim* of which I ahall then have hag notice and I will not be Maple for ^?T! or *" y P* 1 1 'haraol so Ute nf ALMA SMITTEN, deceaaed. 7.1.30—on I LOST A FOUND LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of DA COSTA INNtSS ol i*an Gap, st utrhaal for permifion to aa.l Spirits. Malt Liquor*. Ac ai a board and shingle shop attached U "•J"*'" 1 < %  Oap, SI. Michael Datod this Ittn day of January IBM E A. McLIOD. ^^^ !" Police MagutrBie. Dial 'A' Signed LARETTA INNISS. for Applicant N.B.—Thla application will be com. "V 1 " L c ""n Coun lo ba heat ':L^EZ *; %  otftrtet A", on Monday the KHh, aay of January IMO M ( I uclock a.m. Police -'OULTRY UULTRY-U.S HOP White !.rr ia. 8 week* old. From USA. Appi> rValter MacLcan, Chapm.... SI. 1.8t— m %  9TO* T^.. Corg, ligh.Baaing Motor <> *fi^ C B. Jo.,c^ "*>!* at. nECHANICAL MICVCLM: Herculea Silver King. o< .mn. all modal* In gree n and in blaci V Hame. Si CO.. Lid Dial 447S BICYCLEMi Green 4 Spaed Raleigh Apply Darnell Wevke*. Chapman* Lane 20 I SO—Jn TYPEWRITER—One Underwood Standard Typewriter almost New. Apply to •. M Cl.rke, Jeweller. No. 12 Jamea St 21 I 60—In •4ISCELLANL0US CAltTSTun Crank Carl* and HarMMi Apply to The Manager Pitcher .'onncl A, Co. -SJ Roebuck St 31.1 SO—In. TYRESTruck and Car Tyiea 790 I TOO a. 30; 30 K 5, 000 x IB. S00 x 1 O x lg. 400 x IS. 450 x 17: 9M x i 0 x IS. Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar St 20.1 SOt I I OFFICIAL NOTICE HAItUADOS IN Tilt AKSIHTANT COl'RT OF APPEAL itqalUblt li>ri.di<-|| sn SF.IFF.HT RA.NLEIGH HOWARD. Executor I I'laintiffi of Will of JuUa Howard, Deceased. ALliAN FREDERICK BROWNE iDeftiitiai.i. IN punuance of nn Order in thla Court in The above action made on the lth day of Januarj. ISM. I Hive notice to all paraon* having any eatate, right LOST TYRE & RDI of Lorry M-1442 Alonr !he Wharf. Baxter. Road and Spoonatllill. Finder pleaaa return *ame to C A. Olbcon. Whlta 1UII. St. Michael WALLET—Containing Caah and K.-.r Ticket Sena* II 9UI and ProAUhla Paper*. Flndar return same to Ekn* r.rifflth Co Uanaral Bu* Co. Nelaun Street. 30 1 SO—in. ed. I Mllip S S \RRIVALK— %  > B W I A L i i am ST. LUCIA: Iron. TRINIDAD Jvk Knight. Eve Knight. Junrt Uinc lftll. Dorccn Rock. John arecc. E\elyn, John Kumfrey. Mun .el H>amlrc> Myra tYagwell. Weisnuprr Aachendorl. Joseph DM Boulay, Panu-U Mitchell conn Bellamy. Jamea Bellamy, John Anthony Mitchell. Ralph Cnnie*. l*n.e Perry. Robact Qlenn. ElUabeth Glenn, Jean tile. Andre Hoih and Jamea Claraatca Plaaa o lL John Fwrnandea Inei (iuunr. Hofat. Mom* Waxier. Robert Frer Theodore IUmaa,v. Dori* MolUr. Mai Sahga. John Thnrnaa and John Un I %  in H W I A I tnlrannt io BT, LUCIA Philip Lerode. lUrry Athinaon. Dolorea AlkBM AtkJitf In more healthy, alert "Tudents | FSIT? JSS?*''. DKPABII Ml For TRINIDAD Mr*. Imogwiie Snath. Mr. Arthur Smith. Mr laurence Greaves. Mn Met Burger.. Mr Will.m Hniraert. Mr a *J d u subsequently in healthier adults. MalnutriUon has been one of the ma(or health problems in the Virgin Islands of the United States, and it is hoped that the Mot Lunch Programme will contribute a large share to conquenng this problem.—c C ihony Atklnaon ..nd Sybil George Scalv. Mr Srhle Pilleradorf. M Spencc. Mr. A T BhllJ, M Mr Joaeph Du Boulay. M Presion Alexander, M MAIL NOTICE Parcel Mail |*a H V, n ..nt. Grenada. Trinidad and British Guiana by the SS. "I-ad* Nelson will be cloaed al the General Post Ofnce at 13 Noon on the 31*1 Januarv. IttSO Registered and Ordinary Mailwill be loaed at I a.m. on the 23rd January. 1SS0 la\ I ll>>II \ I MUM I INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are required from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum or over ( from every other person whose income is $720.00 per annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unincorporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and 'iwners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued during the past year or not. Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Department AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following respective dates : 1. Returns of persons whose books were cloaed on the 31st day of December 1949, on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not situate in the Island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January. 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE: Any person failing lo nuke his return within the dae date will be liable lo Bnc not eEeeedlng £100 and not leas lhan £2 and will be prosecuted unless a sails factory reason is given. 10.1.50.—19n. Shield*. Richard Shannon. i Archibald Ham lntrnru.il for ANTIQUA: Robert Newton. Cyrus Mitchell. I*wi. l.tWtmaji Courtauld and Virginia Court-old Charles. niarkfieifel Ast-hendorf Srhnrfe. Mr. Jack H-.vley. Mrs. Carmen Cod-brook. Mr l>neat l^ng. Mr Leslie Gltten*. Mr. Nectahal .ind Mr Jriters SHIPPING NOTICES The Sk-hoonar ftelqueen will accept Cargo and I'aaacngrr* for St Vincent. Sailing Monday 33rd .rLH.irv The Schooner "Endeavour Of" •Ml accept Cargo aitd Paiwagaa* for Trinidad. Sailing Monday 23rd .A COSTA Ar CoLTD. AgS-nt*: Barbadot JBK %  "I i IIIUM Mi CANADIAN SKBVICB • ALCOA PLANTKR-' "ALCOA PATTUOT Sailing every l*ro i fanuary tlh January ISth January J2nd February 3rd. S S 11YFJOKJJ sails NSW YORK iUVlOB from New York IJth. arrive* I Itarhadot 23nd. a o a.^. -„A..^5 W **ANB gVIC l*h'jg,? >A KOAWOt "• "" N <*'-" %  >"h rjaceanber. ml „ 30lh 8 Janiiar?! A RUNNBR " %  trwn New laana 14th January, arming Apply: DA COSTA ar CO.. LTD. Canadl-ji Service ROBERT THOH LTD. New York and QuU service any lien Ba*ni GALVANIZED SHEKTKBert Grad. •ft and Sft. sheet*, from IIM and VIM ahUg they last. A. BARNES at Co.. Ud Dial 4444, 4474. 13 1 50—t I n GALVANISED SJtEETB—4 IX.. 4S ft i, ft St .ind 34 sTuage. Apply: Auto Tn Trafalgar Street. Phone SON. FITTINGSOalvanlaed pipe. All aorta to IS Ina Phone 4444 Barnes a* Co Ltd I.13.4S—ILa. SHIHTS-Whole*ale and Retail. Facloi Hoyal More 11 1.40— UP IsOYS SHIRTS aV PYJAMAS — The I,. Ral Stu.e. 17.1>e— I3n tt.l.l -tfa SRIng r *'V R Krk 1 i n-i-i %  %  tape*urt iT~ ff 1, T -' 1 1 '' *MI1 Al 2 %  ^ wsrd. p,d( HaJ|. 21.1 21 1 RV-Ra. CABIN MOTOR LAUNCH. Bril.*h bull and brae* fitted throughout Filled Witl. 45 h.p. Oray Marina Engine. 7< farther particulars apply to E A II* Three Houac* Factory, St Philip 14 1 SO6n he Cabinet Piano in Perfect onditlbn. Apply to Ml* Keren M. Adam. Claphewn Land. Cti. Ch. :i I win k new asaorlmant of Diamon' "ling*, t cL Oold chalsw, chgag. pocket u Thca, HO watch strap* L M CksfSkB, Jeweller, No. II Jamea 3R 21 1 SOI'. I-ANTERNS. Kerosene Preaaura Lanterna. 344 candle pow-r. 417.14 each, for "inergency lighting. A Barnes A Co. Ltd. Phone 4444. 21.1 M t.f.n. LAMPS Complete largakw Larnca •-. BMrajgf gag) flowrred C*Wa*BN2>. 'mill "4 each. O. W. Nutchlnaea A Co.. U4 Dial 4333. 31.1 SS.3n V nerkan Flashlight* iiant at a special low puce of 41*4 each. ..-VMM. a. Co.. LU Dial 4S43. 31 i J* -In. affecting all that certain piece or parcel of land situate .1 Mas, .h Street m the said parish of Saint John containing by admeasurement seventeen perches or thereabouts bullirm and bounding on land* now or late of F E Cumberbatrh on land, now or late of A. Toppin and on lands now or lale of S. Small and on lha public road or however else the same may butt and bound, to bring before ma an account of their said claims with their witnesses, documentand voucher*, to be examined hv me on any Tuesday, or Friday between the houn of IS inouni and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office of Ihe Cleik of lha Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown, betoie the 23nd dgy of March, 1*50. in order that such claim* an !*• ranked according lo (he nature iv thereof repe*t, %  wise such person* will be preluded front the benefit of the said Decree, and bo deprived of all claim on or against the said property Claimant, arc also notified that the> mutt attend the said Couit on Wednesday, the 32nd dav of March. ifBO. at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said claim* will be ranked. Given under my hand thi. 14th day of January, IBM. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal. OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS. IN rat \ssi-i \M i in itr in Mil M Kg a liable larisdUtlani SEIFERT KANLElGH HUWAHD, BxecuW 'Plalnliffi of Will of Julia Howard. Deceased ALilAN IllMlUiU K IIKuWNE > Defendant NOTICE it hereby given that by virtue of an Order of the Assistant Court of Appeal dated Ihe 14th day of January. lM. fhere will be -et up for sale to the h.ihctt bidder at the Office %  of ihe Aaautant Court of Appeal at lha Court Houac. Bridgetown, between the hour* of IS mooni and 3 o'clock m the afternoon on Friday the 34th day of March. 1464. all thai certain T %  eel of land aituaie at Massiah Street in the said parish uf Saint John lonutinina by admeaauicmeni wentein perches Of thereabout* butting and bounding on land* now or late of F. E. CumberbaKh on lands now or late ol A. Toppin and on lands now or lale of S. Small and on the public road or howcvri else the same may bull and bound, and if not then sold the said property will ba sat | up lor sale on every cue feeding Friday between the **me hour* unUI the same 1* sold for a sum not leu lhan SHI 174. Dated this 14th day of January. 1444. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clerk of the AeaSsSM Appeal PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50 All persons wishing lo nuuiufaclure FANCY MOLASSKS for the I purpose ol export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Department ot Agriculture for an Application Form which must be completed and returned not later than ihe 30th January, 1930, after which date applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses for purposes of export cannot be considered. E. A. B. DEANE, Secretary. Fancy Moiasses Control and Marketing Board. 15.1.50—3n I High Blood Pressure '.His Men & Women 1 wtce a* many women ag manTuf er from Higb Blood Pr.aaur*. wh|. .. ^. m 2!*J? ou. d f !;*"' ,h t %  <"" >i">ul the time of Charge of Ufa a. Ufcg real oauaa of much haat JoJ£ nd later on of paralytic *iritt < ,, MB armploma af High Blood Pre* • %  %  • U >*rvouanaaa. h..aa.!-. p and kaali of n.ad and •!.. ,,„ jeura 1. ha^l dtwin.aa. *U•alfc. palng tn h.arl. pa.plfaiin, -' *Ueav leee of ssantary ., j aaaa aT aallr aaallad. faar sag WMT 1( m SgS^fSfez^S r!fl T ^TT*7-}*•Hi,h m,^ C SR 1 '"f* ">"~ !• • '• %  Su ST. ~5H f" •'• %  ui i.. EDUCATIONAL. ALL PKRSONS irticalM In Ukins a roura* will, lh, B.r.n.11 Colivaa. Ud.. ShaAaM. kinrji, %  •.Maci ihair rvpraaantaUw J it Hur,l,. J.ic.vllla. AbbavlU, Gar rtr,... Chr..i Chunh. Dial 1115 It.l saFOR SALE A newly built BUNGALOW in Nelson Road, Navy Gardens. 3 large airy bedrooms. Verandah. Drawing •nd Dining Room.. Tiled Kitchen with built-,,, lllp "oards Tiled Toilet and Hath, running water in all bedrooms, 6aragc. 2 Servants' rooms with toilet and bath. Standing on 8,000 sq. 1. of land. No reasonable offer refused. Dial 4321 between 3 am. and 5 p.m. 21.1 50—2n. KIVF.aalDt: i I.I n : ANNUAL CARNIVAL DANCE en TUUDAY tut IVhruar, 1KMI al thalr C!ua> Room* PntM lor m, Coatuma. "rK^it' 0r ~" We".*" AIWMMUN IIV Til KI7T 1/. BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY • Phone 2336 Hastings Hotel. Place their services at your disposal for the Sale o( any Property. INDUSTRIAL ^ COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL No cost to you unless we sell. Should you desire to buy CONSULT US. NOTICE "SCAFELL" — £1,900 ST. PHILIP %  M\0\ A III \IM,\ REAL B8TATK AGENTS — AICT10NKER8, SURVEYORS 1'honr 4040 PlanUIiom Huildlng. via HUM r ii i.s, Wnle HEKKXLCY LEHtJE Churrh Strecl. SMghtelOw.i. *** Peter 11.1.44—S For Sule-Contd WSCELLANEOUS at 40 cent* earn Buy cor i now. they are available at G % %  Man ft Co Lid. Dial 4BM. QnitThlTl tWff^PT %  '.aioen srvcar%  I SMI each I.im.ted oju. at Co.. Ud. Dial 4333 FOR SALE The undersigned will otter For sale al their Office, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950, at 2 D.m. The Dwelling House called "CARLD1EM" and the land thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunte, "Bratton," Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— COTTLE, CATFORD St QQ, 11.1.90.—19n. i af lha fallaala* MAf.AEIhgg fa, Saaaarlpua., ... •. %  ,..... JOHNSON 4 STAtlOBSJiy EDUCATION WOODWtiHKl.il CHILD EDUCATION ABT AND CBAFT aaaa af Hot at PAINTING BBLSSISS Jttai Opeaad by JOHNaON %  HABUHAar. TRACHEK TEACHERS WORLD kN sis. lawled I* IMI LADIES! Begin 1950 the Ri(hl Way .... THAT IS THE 'DOROTHY GRAY' WAT. WE have a complete stock of Dorothy Gray Preparations Drop in and let us explain their uses and help you with your Cosmetic problems COLLINS LIMITED. , Broad Street. HOLIDAYING IN ILL? ALL information regarding delivery of a Vauxhall car for your use in the U.K. can be supplied on application to Robert Thorn Ltd.. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4615. 17.1.50—6n I Chrislian Science I Reading Room S 1ST FLOOR. BOWXN A SONS iBnMd fttratt) B Hours : 10 a.m.—2 p.m. ( Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Fridays. 10 a.m.—12 o'clock | Saturdays. *. *.! Utla itoom lha Pl.l. ud j a, caiataaa s>,.r,c u.i-boo.. s ..,-.,. .,. ,i..„ h „,.„ K ( < IVn." 1 *""" " A ">' %  %  DDI may ba re.d. borroa,., a. purchaaMl g Visitors Are Welcome UNIVERSITY fOLLHJE OF THE WEST INDIES. Admission of Under.i.uiii.ut-s in October. 1950 IF suitable candidates present themselves, the University College of the West Indies will admit in October, 1950, about thirty underKraduates in each nf (hgj K.irulties of Arts. Natural Sciences and Medicine. The courses in Arts and Naturul Sciences will lead to the general degrees of ihe r laondon in those faculties i>nd those in Medicine to ihe degree of Bachelor of Medicine nnd of Surgery of the University of London. Application forms and pamphlets giving particulars of the necessary cj.ualii.cnt.ons, entrar. i ssj for tuition. I'f.Nidenco and TTtsmlnotifTrii may be obtainoffice of the l.CKistrnr. UniMona, St. Andrew, Jamaica. The closing date for applications is January 31st, mo. 3.12.40.—4n. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES. Open Scholarships for 1950 IF suitable candidates prr':niselves, the I sity College of the West Indies proposes to award up to six scholarships b from October 1950, of which not less than two will be in Arts and not less than two will be in Natural S The awards will be made us the result of examinations to be held dunng the week beginning February 27th, 1950. Candidates must be under the uge of twt-nty <>n Januar31st, 1950 and niuvt tuM passed or be exempt finm the matriculation examination of the University of London. The emoluments of a scholarship will cover all tuiti ti .nut examination fees %  nd ii odi farther financial assistance, a grant proportionate to his needs will be made. Application loims and pempnlets giving fuither particulars may I* obtained from the Killivti.ti Uni\-i;ity (.Allege of the West %  St. Andrew, Jamaica. The closing date for aptilications is January 31st, 1'50. 3 .2.49I:. AND GENTS Wear VISIT THE NEW BOMBAY HOUSE Lucas SL (N-. Oh-., N.B.—Somethini.. Oh-** Away lo Each I'ur, husor of $1.00 ssgf Over.



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S .1 I li i' by the Liberal "News Chronicle" *hi>w thai ihe advanup of Ihe Opposition Conservatives over the Labour Parn recorded by a similar political survey last Nov. i Hi per rent has dropped to 2.5 per cent. • The Him rhrnmrlr poliUcal i-ommentaUir. A J, i salit this sharp varlal* !o IhiGeneral Election data ra!" (February 23) had inirodurm a /fVlfii? I fla 01 really dramatic element Into the U ; U1 g I1C "truifle tor power it now seemed Ui have beeorat %  neck and neck race prospect (.1 a photo-lin; | added. ., The newspaper published a %  than indicating thitrend of opin"""*' w e u' J TT.'"," ISCLiS; [**> "' !" * m poll fc, s believed tt> be studyUig | pc rl „ di( ., 1]v „,„„. h( Uu ,;,.,„.,..,, glWtohtnitton Embassy s report „„.<„,„ m l945 whl .„ ubo ^ m Hie flatement ot Uean Acheson, swep [ l0 „„„.„ tnBKtn Secretary of state, on § This showed that the Labotsl aiplaaiat:. relations win Spain. | „„„ ,-,„, „, „ ,„..,, „ ,, M ,. ir N| The Cabinet was also believed | 9t6 vvh( .„ lh( t le be studying wheat purchases. WM .„ ls |„ w ,.,, and odii items. In ..,.!>• 1947. .,{ t|„ The only reaction In Spam so the British fuel br to Acheson s letter was from | (he two ..in. ,,, ; ,i m ,„, Spain May Be Studying The lieS. Report MADRID, Jan. The Spanish Cabinet al fuse b*x. flsaMai bet.ceu Ihr iwo pole*. Bottom picture .how, ihe tire Brigade, with the Uertrlr ( unpaw'< vao m Ihr hatkttoiuid They arrived J few minutes after the power had been gaj in thai irea am. ihr bl Jl*'il in <\, ^ Barcelona, where it was reported the dollar* had improved from W paislsr to 42 in the market deals 'Blank market cotton prices in Barcelona declined 15 per cent". ptwumably in the belief thai bitter trade relation], with the Untied States would accompany tie eventual restoration of normal diplomatic relations. In Madrid, the statement passed almost unnoticed. Some newspapers headlined the star)', others slipped it down a column, none commented. Public interest appeared scant. .Prom Lake Success comes the report that Trygve Lie United Nations Secretary General .told reporter* today that the United States police statement 1 on Spain by Dean Acheson was "not a surprise to me "-neuter. Police Investigate Overseer's Death Barbados Advocate t nrrmpvndeni GEORGETOWN. B.G Jan. 20. Polke are conducting mvestigaUoni into the death of Gordon Smith, 34-year-old Scetland-born overseer of Plantation Rose Hall, British Oiiiana. Smith, a native ot Prasei burgh. Scotland, came to British Guiana in 1t*3fl. ^ %  JnT nospitalizeil on January 10 and died on January 19. k aatt-mortem was performed by & mmrht Medicnl Officers and aiternal organs seat to the Government AiKilyst. Police have ssjt disclosed the causes for" the autopsy and subsequent investigattau.-CP' Drove Car For A Year Without Gasoline -USfD GREASE BO. 20 Frank lon-boni eniuwer says tlia: 1 doea not bother him. Hi driving oil <;i ot nasolme %  %  %  %  tanoa Into a %  peeaal IMUBI on 11 that he gets 50 miles to a pound of fuel. %  r is normal In everj I my own 1 battery. mi an oritor lo Cra Dgt of the 1 ..III be about I oil CP> Acheson Will Five Arrested In Aga Khan Jewel Robbery PARIS, Ja nUENCH POLICE tudav tnoounci I men lot th* theft of £200,000 wurtli Aga and Bcxum Khan last Autiust, and ordered a wide manhunt for Ihree other men who they till lead them lo the jewels, accordion lo PUT* Btltheaux, Director of Uu itiooal (The r'rench Crimil wtigalion Department). •Bis %  aMf, lt le d and his mistress, were LS. Ambassador Arrives In A Snowstorm BELGRADE, Jan 20. •J' Ucorae Allen, new United %  * Ambassador to Yugoslavia, •nM to-day by air from Trieste •* Mowstorm. _n* Plane circled the landing "for nearly an hour while y**nals u nd reporters watched •sKsisry %  r. AJiej, ^^ reporters that Jwked forward with ureat in"' %  *nd uleasure to his "new V"Mt and Important job. Wid that ho had no special ?*S"e from Prewdent Truman 5 %  Jnhal Tito but hoped to see **" %  satsu] a* aocai sj mriitlMT -eter *<>re Stveets And fore Bacon Too TV ~.. l S"00Jn. M. *•> %  %? S u Uy "nnounceO C" -hat Britain's bacon ra'" br temporarily Increasm^' %  ad the to nve ounces a weak, •west raUon from fourafter gang j" by the "ii the rubbery. The Police instructed al) stations to begin a da>" and ught hunt for tluthree wanted men. identified as Paul Uca, Charles Vincileooi and Urbain Giaune. and set a section head from the Suretc. Georges Valentin, to direct operations personally from Marseilles. WO. %  sis were made. They were expected to put up road blocks and check then on all private vehicles using the roads. Bertheaux giving the '. Police, had pieced together the disclosed news that the jewels had been hidiii i ves in the •lie Aga Khan's residence when the search fi.t ih.' itoleti leweli was at Its height in I the kLallK t<< I cd, uho h lose to the ut the Poprehensive about Uktll %  inbers of the gang returned after a few days to dig up ten. They handed law named 1-eca and Vincucribod b> H known Psshee asa I n Faanc Jap Com m u n is Is Will "Live Up To The fixftectalions" %  i I with the Cominfoi tn pulitu ,il line." The '• %  i roved an apoloii> to .'.., %  hat II was possl... . piad. ; i that it would HI ii,:i. %  live i i %  %  national Proletl %  leader. M-year-old Sam hlm Two hu ,.n parti ol Uu ed the meat. which will l>i %  num. —Revler Five Killed In Milk Lorry House II.LI:.. A man. wife, and mree ameil I] today when a sjorc ix^lud.-d. md lire swept thm liitprovised home. Th-house" was a i milk Ion i proof in Itu tarred paper. All are %  their hunks fhn xtiv fire began. —Renter. Cousrriptiott WASHINGTON. Jan M Secielary of State D fson will appear next >', Ixifore ihe Congress Armed Bari gejjiM thai :i' dralt should be cantlnued lood faith iu America's North Atlantic Treaty frieiids. Th.> want the Act. aven thuugh WHKaMtj to be i eaaa of an emergency. —Kealer. Acheson Disagrees With U1S Policy Towards Spain (Itv PAUL SCOT I.ANKIM.) IINGTON, J ..Hi. IEAN A( ilLSON K guteraent m Sp i ed to encourage the movwinenl to reverse the Unit-ad Nations tew lion ol the D %  In Spain. A to quiekeri deciaioi •Ui ani and Di Congress aga .aion ol n lii'iid ti'l I iti IU | M M l VFH oo, 1 Mr. AchcMHi reiterated a Senate FOre'.ai :..t l| the >' %  it* State issador in Madrid, i< is ., Unite.! ppositton to 1 .md not British Policy I'nrhunijrd %  from S*-Hate, Daao to Di hat United siau* will nov. support to return ambassador* which may • %  Foreign nt \u itlsh Po';c> made in .he '. I %  i.v. Britain would not support on Page t Gomes Calls For A Regional Conference TO DISCUSS SUGAli Barbodaa Advocate t orrrspeni. -ni OP-SPAIN, Ian 1 Iter an lldaj Bitting to-i;.. i motion bj the I n. Jl ci t i lomci celling on Oovt IK'Ilt IO in MUllll tl* %  ; Wrst Indian .1 .i Raajsanal Oositeienea of — harrrtot ta l i ifonsider what j nt e taken follow ng lown ui the sugar t i London ...t repre l I'i than I weak oi February. Alon was an amendi 'nt the Hon. PMrieh S k>p %  | the Tiniidad Gov. n. tta step !. IIS ihi-i than lb-' U K regafd h agj the oofc and make immediate an i i.u-i mined ir-Minlaiui largjai allocation Di dollars for the %  i)i Soiomon . .it ihi %  I W 1 Sugai %  %  and I legging tor ieiiuis The attitude adopted, he 1 wait your turn tl .uu QUtgWg and wall until the talks with your biaavi I are over" %  uu ihg mothai countr> of Buhyaeakal tns i exploitation i the I valuation of the pound He appealed for unanlp essential at 'bis stage."—(By Csble) "GIVE US BACK OUR DOLLAR" BELIZE, British Honduras, Jan. 20 THE -People's Committee," formed here to fight the devaluation of the British Honduras dollar is to petition the King to recall Parliament to consider the country's new financial "plight." •Dead' Woman Regains Full Consciousness HAITI Jan 2.) Doctors artstudying the Btl gttg| %  %  i 'i ilia youi.K wea i <'ivd to be alive in her coflln )utl Bfl hag mourning family was about to bury her. Medical authorities said thai the woman Anita Sou from th*rural di.stii< Michtu 1 had lost CODJ aiuiitli. illnt-. which she was dosed with medl. ,i M i.-1 .iurnti.u, t l BB s>iiu |(>n 11-t A tiiat Aim. she was dead and vranaed lag (uncial (In way to tl i led whei they heurd noises citnung (roni kffUV They luwked lnnide. found her breathing. The laocal priest ordenM AM girl rushed to hospital -n PortAu-i'iii.,.-. Di i'aul Dawnangles, head of the hospital stuff aid thai Ai.Ua rvgauivd onsciuu^.i." ( days afui her hiatraL, and was ghla (to talk intelllganUy. He said that net illness has bean diagnosed as a type of malaria. Her condition is now fa,I f Qei %  William. ii. i tad af defendant UM was ulrntiitad as al AniCI ican ' ti/i i, TOO He fhsrill %  ananlli.i: ttatituuoi %  lanate and AdrninlstraUon i"ules. tig a lilUIicul I taxpayers and producing cconon %  stress in luroni —Reuter. Tunisian Ship Sinks Off Spain MAHSr 11.1.i •Tebov.i ba" sank to-day in a SJak signals tii L :\iv DOSi Sixteen •! %  % %  the Petoi %  H until the heat ea rttl .in almost ml. ind eighl oi tni %  %  oca Algjarg %  ad to .liter wherr ..nk. —Reulrr %  Commltti i xlay that the petRli cause the pcopl dura> feared thai %  imtint to "Pag* as had %  nt for reeeh .lonea .iieut ..ssist %  ,tday I ing be., nation. g Uritiih V. VI come devaluation dill Mggad Smith ad ad We da i %  to be treated like beggars. Wo want t maniigf our ant r*ck our If %  nit to %  al is to be.jicld in ft. • SI Uruter. ANNOUNCEMENT %  MISLEADING" Ihe ... i latos ( iOVCI lUIU'dt %  %  %  0 for Brltash Hoi %  i UM oonatni i x Roaring I %  Ol which has already been %  % %  .iiiiiitHiMie start i It now appears that tjftOtggfa '>'•' British liondu %  ..titled. Thu / full lll'i %  %  %  Don | il They wont paj MI. Tell ihe "Advocate", it will |iu> >Oll. I. I. 3113. ( >. Vrniv Practice HEIDELBERG. Jat %  .;. Rat) I u i to-day with in* I "ji-'li Lng ol the N< Troops using assault boats tabiuhed a Arm bridgehead I HO Go On Iriai For Spying In U.S. \KW YORK, tn Judith Copaoi DeparUnanl worker and Valeni Russian United %  I —Reuter. j Spy Reli^ahi'd I'KAOUK, Jan. 20 lung Swedish %  .t> leleasaoV by tl %  Qtasi sabotata -nd anyinaV Hu the east bank, and soon aft. diamiaaed last Saturman and equipment poured across, day. but on Tuesday the Swedish %  hi nv.i as told lie would —Reuter J -Realer Oxford Condi'inns Purliuiiit-nt i iXfORO, Jan. 20. %  Debating 3 Mocii P*i. iried by a 'he legis%  pporter of U • > EnaJash &f %  ami i eOo* a' t t' Falkland's Governor Speaks To iVIaroonetl Scientists By Radio-Telephone spoken : >' I ON BOARD THE JOHN i pin BISCOE, Jon. 20 It UUB8 CI-1FFOKD. Faik[we. lands' Ocn radio tel< to the Bnlith n-jti<'d ii on Stoninulon island, and told tiuin .iboul Ukf plans for then ernor. i. 'ntlly ret to the Governor b) %  -.;..! n which %  also used radio .Ol Ml 'I R id the ading a sacfort Foster with 'o SttMuragtca. iPaooulum V^^^^^^^^^^^H I marooned a Spiritual Aid For Germans In Soviet Zone COLOGNE. • retariat oi the Cologu Archbishop Joseph Frings. hai of ths ipnc will ha •••nt on voluntary basis to the BUM P. %  %  > % %  %  ivporiing this, said Ihnl fttsoop l>i. Legge ol the So\iet 1 %  .... %  lo prsasta tram Western Oerraan; U. the Meissen bishopn the fateful lack of priests there. .citariat's spokesman %  •aid yesterday that spasdy spiritual aid for Germans In the Soviet Zone was necessary o counteract widel> spread u-Chiiitiamzation there, Printer's Devil In Ihe Kings Title LONDON. Jl A mistake in the King's title was made m a government poi'laCatlOd rrleased on Thursday winch described bun of Irelsnd" insaaad oi King <• % %  Northern Ireland." The text of an \greemn. issued as a wtntipapei on llw statua of the armed forces In Hie Brussels Treaty power* referred to "His Majesty King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions Beyond the Seas" It occurred at least twice In 1'ith the English and French texts. A pokesman at the K Office said. "The correct t,: His Majesty should be King of; Great Britain. Northern h Hritlsh Dominions ii | the Baas." At the Govcrnmen ftuuuraao Office a viought it was J r-nriter'n error.—£p



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r,M t TWO nil. BARBADOS ADVOCATE IW %  Qahib Calling H IS EXCELLENCY Ihe Gc\ernor has gracloualy consented to five hi* distinguished patronage and hope* to attend the Cabaret Ball on Fb 4th, which Is In aid o( the St Philip Baby Welfare Centre end the St. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clink. ,„ Master of Ceremonies will be Mr. Eddie Cook who 1* well known for hi* singing and jovial personality. Besides those already mentioned as taking part are. Mis, Poreen Roberts. Mis* Barbara Jordan. Mrs. F O. O'Connor Gitlens and the Misses Sheila and Gloria Walcott. The ladles in charge tell me that tickets are selling well and the evening promises to be one of great enjoyment for all those who attend and at the same time they will be assisting in two verygood causes. * > Leaving For England M R. HAROLD BANCROFT, who resigns as Manager of Seawall Airport at the end of this month will be leaving for England re Ifilh on the GaJflU. accompanied by his wife. mm - They're Off l LL Hands on Deck' At 2 30 POCKET CARTOON brOSBEKI LANCASTER %  I < ihmt ae su -l-trti of oar Ml BINGER are on a month's pleasure iTip through the West Indies, stopped CUM Still On 1 R KAu-ri Ci.oAt, Government Arcnuect nd Town John Harrison's An Class, Uta motnlnj, at Mr. Harrison, 4i prawn! in oitrii-u-, has nao. to postpone his return until Monuaj. The class will be held at Wakeficld as usual and will oegii; at If.lS %  %  Enjo>ing ThemaeNei M RS. VlOtXT UE S1LVA, and her daughter Imelda, who arrived here in late December from St. KitU, are having a lovely holiday and may decide to settle in Barbados. At present they are staying at Spooner's Hill, St. Michael. %  at **> On Carib Survey M R. JOSEPH C. FARMER, head of the Ministn Aviation, Tele-commur.. Branch accompanied by Mr. A. D Hodgson, Director General of Tele-Communications. Aeronautical, left Trinidad by B.W.I, yesterday on a short visit to British Guiana. Mr. Farmer is on Women's World Aooloaavthi.'afleVnoon! as"the in here during the week from sun breaks the silence Trinidad by B.W.I A. for a short Hay the 1950 YachtPenod^and^ans staying al ina Season will On Pleasure Trip M R AND MHS CHARLES A BINGER „, Ne. V who -JJJg S^^SS^TSSL.^ *> mm Recently Appointed M ISS HELEN PILGRIM was an intransit passenger on tho Lady Rodney", which left BarChildren f s Corner Rupert and theCaravan—13 be on While Windsor Hotel and their skilled crews They have both visited the bed M on Thursday night. Forbattle away against each other. West Indies before, but this Is mtrij an Assistant teacher at Un fans wllLSr at the Aquatic Club their first trip lb Barbados' which Clrls Hlgh School, St. Vincent, giilih rTuthen' bv"urain "them and Yacht Club, along Burke', -.ajsT ^."gjg ate has recen.1, been appoint. ^^.rnbulaS? X% Beach and some even on the said that the onl) id which in Senior Assistant Teacher of the, and let baby walk He na (fiofi Commit. Ilasnie. He lead* a trade delaheld a eocklaH parly— conon to Germany. The part, KrioB Ftnmell. 71. unlh t*i hil lend off. Oe'.tjttiom leader Mr. S. A. Umtam firew Utttc*. I fhe it:.' Make The Baby Walk Hidden Maxims A double acrostic here is shown. Of fifteen words of equal length as well. Its PRIMALS yield a maxim quite well known. Teaching a precept that its FINALS spell. 1. What idle gossipers are known to do. 2. A compass, without needle, tho'; 'Us true. 3. Unlike a top. It's spun before ound. 4. A disobliging waiter this, I've Mud. j. Individual,"' this word implies. 6. Often used to shield the * mot'risti.' eyes. .J 7. Something that is turned on \ when LB O 8. Unites and may to happiness ^ conduce ** 9. Enjoyed alike by tramp. rich and gay. 10. Found in the kitchen tubs on washing day. 11. This is a certain kind of KalhcnnK. 12. And this a range that many know who sing. 13. One oyster here and there this may disclose. Climbirn catetu.lv on to tecond bc>. Rupert s#: neat ; :ile mor.krv If*. arms. Come l :ri*hind ol me now. '" * %  ne tay coix.ni.lv. l< mutt have %  xen you rhai I >**'<* -n*n incajad *> %  *• ldf ol ,he eu,y oerore." Btppo climb, on shortl v c> Returned To Caracas M R J. S BTORR1E, who represents a large linn of luigineers in Lngiand over in Lai r a c al issd Banor J. Abasolo. van is on construe .'tonal work Ji Caracas have enjoyed their hart nouday in Barbados and were guc>4 at "Cacrahank." %  Michael'*! Watts was attached to %  Eon entering Krdis'.ui. College for training At the expiration of her training, she was appointed an assistant.' at the Model School On Holiday M R. F. II. ATKIN. of the Hotel de PH idad is now in Barbados for two holiday. He arrived on WadMKiay by B.WIA. and III staying at the Hotel Royal. • • M R. NATHAN BILSKV. I |*> tired businessman of Ottawa. Canada, was an arrival on Bundaj by T.CA. for about three weeks holiday and is staying ai' the Sea 1 rilSSHMI'll 1 J J j* (^ %  %  • 1 1 H ^ 1 h %  1 1* _n i -pr 1 1 Hof Public Health Officers, Dr. Gibpens slated: -Some babies ire prammed all day long with no chance of exercise. As a result they slick on rolls of fat or have a breakdown of their digestive system." Declaring lhal "one had only to go to some public park to see big fat babies, who could quite .Ik. being pushed along to which reference is made above, by their nurses." Dr. Gibbens aap *w**t *%rt~ wiinii *|i*n. Aia.vuj>Kka< •IUJKUUI oi M*qi ;o tpjo.* n n*d>j u*iid( aw\ puv ikuu .wu, AT-3 si ir*^ M -*.S C! oilV I>tt II -pr.*. ot aa lotoi %  > wicv L "am i>j3 s *uiii • xns t ***V 6 1WH I mi epjo* IIMIJU JUJ, a*|,aiA 14. A fruit-destroyer, so the story goes. 15. Whal this acrostic is to one who knows. "Primals" and 'finals" refer, of course, to the first and last letters of the IS words. If the correct words are found, the first and last letters, reading vertically downard, will spell the two maxims IhtLights Hickered E l • cuis ag-ui had Vlew CuMl *>"*. several Cinemas out of action •* ** High And Low i -day morning, when iemas out of action last night. However. Wit of a small generator t: as ublc to put on their O .i.ir Friday "Talent Niht -day morning, when Now and again the lights i.. i'olans was here, „,; duillli ,,., tr irs were Dverte i iio break in Ihe programme, rung by B.W.I.A. for about a trying IO gt a lady tourist to sn<( the am aU urs pul x,^ u beg,. we ek's holiday and are staying at mre t icir ear. Their ales Alk „n 0 their effort, bui once again Ho*l Royal. w !" .r'*,^, 1 *' .. ,., L thv *rowd was uniiecessanly noisy -Take this car Madam, tt s the lt times. Winners were Phyllis latest. The second fellow not to collymore, Evans Bascombe and t* outdone cried. "No. my fare is Doro.hy Marshall, in that order, cheaper The third one piped Mr Maurice Jones Manager of tho up • Give me a break Miss. 1 know GIob UAii lht audien ^Trlng the $T^~Z^ L !" ^7*7 12PU2' •** ^ ! *oW be returning ?". v ^"f'" ^i^ lnn Back Again M R. NAIM SABGA and Mi John O. Thomas, mcrchanta : of Port-of-Spam Ti-inid/id. and lagUlar visitors lo Hi. were arrivals on Thursday morComings and Goings M R JACK KNIGHT of Cable and Wireless and Mrs. Knight Well the cheaper Mluw won ,„ Trinidad on Monday. As th* Suiyose as soon as the tourist introducer of Local Talent Nigh.* trade Is over these chauffeurs1(1 Barbados he will be greatly will return lo normal life, and missed by many cinema-goers we Baj.ns will have to pay the By ne cnd of lhc ast contM holidays with their relatives. acrats 1, aeur-Oa s uselu! fellow la a barfleld. ii. 4 and 7 Down. May Ufcuslly os a m jrour ra?ount puo. (5. fl). a Following tha ey you'd notHw it anend. * 10 and J Down. 11 a poisonous. 1U II. Hi*ionea.iy lainoua ^mporary place ol Dirdmt-u. ifl llifM you a wKH choice. ii. 15. Land of lies. (41 IS. Bird that l returaliiK to Hide. 17 Seldom .hruua!. lustU'nuon lh %  %  >:d •hoe*. (3) OUUIK thl In a wro. 24. New '.line. (5. J) %  J. 14) • IMWN 1 A 1 ii vu> la a uifiMi under iSKiaf. ifli 8. Bee 10 ACFOM lurk nil ODK.J.. and uiei a., t> u an %  1 --..y garment. J1 , So* 4 Acro*w AAf use pua<:-.ion woea no* fsil. in. if The n**<-t • A quaaUon. (3> M .Mdv'at SMcr.ee. .4) 11 hu no enstn*. i6l kppeai 4t>> a ;>' ..;> a riot. (41 maximum, or use thv Ims U.K. Horticulturist Leaves #lt PETER COBBALD, a horMr Louis Spence, Controller of Supplies. Mr. A. T. Shlll, Acting Comptroller of Customs, Trtnlbwr, the ekvtric power f*"J;J""J ftJj:* {S^'lS" u ^7" %  ;:i i 3 e f ft^ ,0 B n w.iA rtt ^,cX" uled film was Uir TrinWl|d ^^ na( / a ,. endc a ** 'he final session of .tie Customs U.S. Visitors Return Union Commission and were stay nig at the Marine Hotel i ticultunst from D.< Kingdom left on Thill ling for Dominica where he will l\i K AND MHS W J ECK of further holiday before iT1 Washington, DC who came Mr Joseph l)u Boulav. planter returning home. He had spent out to Barbados about a month of St. Lucia, was an arm about rfO weeks here and waa i.go f lir lha winter p.u.l | twoB W I A. from St. Lucia on Thurs| at the Sea View Guest u..k h Guiana and day and left tlu> following day Hu returned b] for Trinidad He is the brodier of as accompanied on Wednesday. They are slaying Honourable Andre Du BouUy 0 f by hu mother. at th. Baa View Guesl House Pastries BY THE WAY I N HER noisome cavern. ong of the G.m.il ,:. %  iwd with ssnoka mm witto its wild refrain, I All'l lha Nattonal 1 imaged. A poUtteUa 10 conI ..it the dute of thinning a bat's she 'i. • teeped in a dl of v*.|>er's bugloas and hemp Wh< %  • id irltfa Palal raaa, ripped hi • %  .' t.igar.tiicauldron. Into this ahe and a quail' mustard undei moon, sainfoin, ttln-bt It, and :..g the ady Bfwl I IMP 1111 continued: Too Much Abuse "There is too much abuse on the pram. When a child reaches six monlhs. he should be pul on the ground to crawl about or dangled" on the knee. He should have exercise Dr Gibbens: "When children can walk Iheir prams should bo thrown away." The docior said that he was •.(stressed by baby troubles due to pi "My baby has never been in one. Prams do far more harm ;.<>od I Doctor Gibbens told his audience thai s Wfj young baby rould be put hi his cot in front window and that was s required. The only l point in a baby carriage was as %  social convenience to enable \ take baby shopping with them. Warned Dr. Gibbens: "I see •ass of knock-knees be| cause children live iheir lives in i prams To those mothers who give their young children candy and Dr. Gibbens gave anii 'linn "Don't give candy to children up to 'wo years of age. They don*, need candy and crackers el ween meals. "You see children sitting in baby carriages eating crackers and candy It is a lazy mother's '.rick She does not want a crying child, so she sticks something In its mouth." Concludes Dr. Gibbens: "I am anti-candy, at least for children under t..u." (I.N.S.) If Electrkilv is Available TO-NIGHT at 8.30 ,\ FORD & IDA LUPINO — IN -MAST I Oil pen to know thut the word cosnas, not from the Latin "itiia'i. B tU I the Moors i added the Bpanlah qttlso ificc from an obligation), because the i i to swarm outside the mosques faithful, and am .f the unl.nthful th.-/ could get hold ofamong whom was a certain water-, .u i Ii 11 daughter who hung aboul the the mosque ng Koo-Lukat-Fatti with l size of a football. I.itti'iiing tor fWn-la W HKN i read tfsal tw %  a man| SrCW was listening I knew that all was well. I see I.mi no lus noee to the sleepers, sunding astride a ralL hand cupping ear, eyes clouded with doubt and anv What I* ihu U(r. ao full of cart. And whcrain Itw it* I If a man can'l aUnd on a tailwa) n,,t And luitn lot a frirn Cewaala* D.D.T. Lsrge medium and ir..ail ,.i r T.n •• L int'aHlautttiHCwnA KaWDRIX I Ml" l \Il 0< K • III 1 ION* Monlv WOOUXV. Hobr,! STACK Inversions te word suggested by each di'liniUon and spell It backwards to form the second 1. A color o." gloom when inverted becomes a poet. 2. Reverse a word meaning It eat and get %  3. The name of a toy spelleu baikwarus in the name of u kitchen utensil. 4. Reverse a small pointed instrument used for fastening and it becomes a pinch. j. Spell backwards the name ol %  of a cnurch an** you have a man's name. li. Something used in Ashing when reversed becomes a number. 7. Reverse what robbers seek and get a necessity to an artisan. 8. Take a short sleep. Invert it and vou have a cooking vessel. 9. Invert a part of the tongue and it turns mlo n deep hole. 10. The name of B citTUS fruit when reversed becomes a :iame. I ltd dij. $ und .... | ( -', i MM i %  '. %  i u 4 i t .-j ' OARRYL '.:-MJCK cn-.tTioa. ELiA KAiA.. Now Showing (by Public Oemaud) at . ROYAL THEATRE — Mat. & Night Shows Daily %  %  '-' %  '' ;:v,::::'.::::;:::: HI-Ml.II I FOR A GAY TIME IT'S CLliH \IURGM DELICIOUS STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS + • +. + &f Thi Club Morgan I I I and PETER LACY .it tho Mate] atber Ez< p tional Bargains — ^B*** They Won i st.v Loug! THE WISE OLD OKI MBifaaa thvs*> HAII'.AIXS First Large Pony Classes l.i lur SI (Ml WhiU' Jugs 50c.. and 72c. White Sugars— 6(1 cenls I rs or ishtrays 6 centa (/.iyhl. .|.<|.II.II> 2IMI. PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 Special arru.... ICCII made for Electric Carre* \OI \ I 14 (LIB t l\K>l A Mambars Only) MAT : U. TONIlillT l' NIGHT. 8.30 Paramount present* WANDA HENDR1X a CLAUDE RAINS MACDONALD CAREY in "SONG OF SURRENDER" A Dm .tli .i Thrilling MuUcal Background MODERNISE VOI II BATH BASISS-While. Green, Pink TILES—White and Green ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WAT1 Ii III >*_*, S and 15 Gallons HIGH AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SUITES VOKKSHIKE COPPER PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sites LEAD PIPE— 1 .". W. V. I 1 BIB & STOP COCKS &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED.


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Publication Date: Saturday, January 21, 1950
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Irar 53.
B.H. WANT PARLIAMENT RECALLED
photo Finish Predicted
In The U.K. Elections

LONDON, Jan. 20.
THE RESULTS of a public opinion poll published lo-dj>
by the Liberal "News Chronicle" *hi>w thai ihe advan-
up of Ihe Opposition Conservatives over the Labour Parn
recorded by a similar political survey last Nov........i
Hi per rent has dropped to 2.5 per cent.
The Him rhrnmrlr poliUcal
i-ommentaUir. A J, i
salit this sharp varlal*
!o Ihi- General Election data
, ra- (February 23) had inirodurm a
/fVlfii? I fla01 really dramatic element Into the
U;U1g I1C" "truifle tor power
it now seemed Ui have beeorat
neck and neck race
prospect (.1 a photo-lin;
| added.
., The newspaper published a
" than indicating thi- trend of opin-
"""*' w!eu'J TT.'"," ISCLiS;[**> "' * m poll
fc, s believed tt> be studyUig | pc.rldi(.,1]v ,. ,h(. Uu ,;,.,.,..,,
glWtohtnitton Embassy s report .<, m l945 whl. ubo^
m Hie flatement ot Uean Acheson, swep[ l0 .
tnBKtn Secretary of state, on This showed that the Labotsl
aiplaaiat:. relations win Spain. | ,-,, , ,..,, ,,M. ,.ir. n|
The Cabinet was also believed |9t6 vvh(. lh(. t
le be studying wheat purchases. WM . ,ls |w,.,,
and odii items. ___ In ..,.!> 1947. .,{ t|
The only reaction In Spam so the British fuel
br to Acheson s letter was from | (he two ..in. ,,, ;,im,,
Spain May Be
Studying The
lieS. Report
MADRID, Jan.
The Spanish Cabinet al
fuse b*x. flsaMai bet.ceu
Ihr iwo pole*. Bottom picture
.how, ihe tire Brigade, with
the Uertrlr ( unpaw'< vao
m Ihr hatkttoiuid They
arrived j few minutes after
the power had been gaj in
thai irea am. ihr bl
Jl*'il in <\,

^
Barcelona, where it was reported
the dollar* had improved from
W paislsr to 42 in the
market deals
'Blank market cotton prices in
Barcelona declined 15 per cent".
ptwumably in the belief thai
bitter trade relation], with the
Untied States would accompany
tie eventual restoration of nor-
mal diplomatic relations. In Ma-
drid, the statement passed almost
unnoticed.
Some newspapers headlined the
star)', others slipped it down a
column, none commented. Public
interest appeared scant.
.Prom Lake Success comes the
report that Trygve Lie United
Nations Secretary General .told
reporter* today that the United
States police statement1 on Spain
by Dean Acheson was "not a
surprise to me "- -neuter.
Police Investigate
Overseer's Death
Barbados Advocate t nrrmpvndeni
GEORGETOWN. B.G Jan. 20.
Polke are conducting mvestiga-
Uoni into the death of Gordon
Smith, 34-year-old Scetland-born
overseer of Plantation Rose Hall,
British Oiiiana. Smith, a native
ot Prasei burgh. Scotland, came to
British Guiana in 1t*3fl.
^JnT nospitalizeil on Janu-
ary 10 and died on January 19.
k aatt-mortem was performed by
&mmrht Medicnl Officers and
aiternal organs seat to the
Government AiKilyst. Police have
ssjt disclosed the causes for" the
autopsy and subsequent investiga-
ttau.- C. L. C. Bourne To
;e B.G. Team
AdvocaU- Corr*iw.tMnt 1
QEORGFTOWN, B.C.. Jan. 20.
rains daily held up
crkkel trials (in more than a
tswth leaving batanaan groping
far form and posing a problem for
tar Selection Committee. The iirst
trial was abandoned after two
The second trial Mas billed to
atari to-day but play was again
.apndoncu through the heavj
Hoods.
ither holds up, the
m Lected on
I mances.
C L ('. Bournr former Barbados
riMei-keep tuKnun has been
MM Manager.
By Cable.
equal
After the dollar crisis In Lht
black J summer of 1947, the Coo
figures went well ahead
hour's. Thereafter the :
m.nned narrow with Uu
atives just ahead until tl
dollar crisis in 1949 and
tlon increased the anti-Labour
trend.
Of those questioned in this lat-
est poll, held since tl,,
date was announced
cent "did not know" whj
they would vote In N
thii ix'rcei 1 in ue
Reuter.
Soviets Have
202,000 Planes
LONDON, Jan. BO.
flu- Swedish newspaper Stock-
U0I1-. /".dnuipen, quoted by Stock-
Msn radio to-daj. said the 80-
viel An Force now f

55u fully manned and equipped
air groups. One half of the force,
which Includes 8.000 heei
era, copati
latoat type, the report added.
Plane production wai
have reached an annual future oi
25.000 machines of all types,
year's total including 3.000 heavy
bombers. 5.000 light bombers
and 5,000 jet fighters.
Reuter.
Will Petition The King
s.
ha
Maua^i-
Six W.I. Students
\\ in Bursaries
AT DALHOUSIE
UAl.il UC,
Six We: I

gjriea lei up
Onlvei utj bran ; U
national Students Seiw.e. Th
bursaries have been
coinpeiisatc stuiients Wh/0 !
suffeilnK about -
..(ine due lo '
.latlon of the lint 1 l
Vlnim are
W. S, A Singh of British Guiana
D i < cm ol 81 Vino
Medical studenU Koland Wills.
i. i',. V M Johnaon -'-':
u
St. Lucia and S. Tancoo of Trini-
dad. Johnson and Gin
150 bursarii- and Ihi
J75. The uioricy wa.-
a "tag day" last fall. >CP'
Drove Car For
A Year Without
Gasoline
-USfD GREASE
BO. 20
Frank
lon-boni eniuwer
says tlia: 1
doea not bother him. Hi
driving oil
<;i ot nasolme



tanoa Into a peeaal IMUbi on
11 that he gets 50 miles
to a pound of fuel.
r is normal In everj
' I my own
1 battery.
mi an or-
itor lo Cra
Dgt of the
1 ..III be about I
oil.....CP>
Acheson Will
Five Arrested In Aga
Khan Jewel Robbery
PARIS, Ja
nUENCH POLICE tudav tnoounci I
men lot th* theft of 200,000 wurtli
Aga and Bcxum Khan last Autiust, and ordered a
wide manhunt for Ihree other men who they till
lead them lo the jewels, accordion lo PUT* Btltheaux,
Director of Uu itiooal (The r'rench Crimil
wtigalion Department).
Bis aMf, lt led"
and his mistress, were

LS. Ambassador
Arrives In A
Snowstorm
BELGRADE, Jan 20.
J' Ucorae Allen, new United
* Ambassador to Yugoslavia,
nM to-day by air from Trieste
* Mowstorm.
_n* Plane circled the landing
"for nearly an hour while
y**nals und reporters watched
sKsisry
r. AJiej, ^^ reporters that
Jwked forward with ureat in-
"'* *nd uleasure to his "new
V"Mt and Important job.
* Wid that ho had no special
?*S"e from Prewdent Truman
5 Jnhal Tito but hoped to see
**" satsu] a* aocai sj mriitlMT
____ -eter
*<>re Stveets And
fore Bacon Too
TV ~.. lS"00- Jn. M.
*>%? Su*Uy "nnounceO
C" -hat Britain's bacon ra-
'" br temporarily Increas-
m^'
ad the
to nve ounces a weak,
west raUon from four-
after
gang
. j" by the "ii
the rubbery. The Police instruct-
ed al) stations to begin a da>" and
ught hunt for tlu- three wanted
men. identified as Paul Uca,
Charles Vincileooi and Urbain
Giaune. and set a section head
from the Suretc. Georges Valen-
tin, to direct operations person-
ally from Marseilles. WO-
.sis were made. They
were expected to put up road
blocks and check then on all pri-
vate vehicles using the roads.
Bertheaux giving the '.
Police, had pieced together the
disclosed news that the jewels had
been hidiii i ves in the
lie Aga
Khan's residence when the search
fi.t ih.' itoleti leweli was at Its
height in .
I the kLallK t<< I
cd, uho h lose to the
ut the Po-
prehensive about Uktll
inbers of the gang re-
turned after a few days to dig up
ten. They
handed law
named 1-eca and Vincu-
cribod b> H
known Psshee asa I
n Faanc
Jap Com m u n is Is
Will "Live Up To
The fixftectalions"

i
I with the Cominfoi tn
pulitu ,il line."
The ' i roved an
apoloii> to
.'..,
hat II was possl-
... .
piad.
; i
that it would hi ii,:i. - live i i

national Proletl

leader. M-year-old Sam
. hlm
Two hu
,.n parti ol Uu
ed the meat.
which will l>i

num.
Revler
Five Killed In
Milk Lorry House
ii.li:..
A man. wife, and mree ameil
. I] today when a
sjorc ix^lud.-d. md lire swept
thm liitprovised home.
Th- -house" was a i
milk Ion i proof in
Itu tarred paper. All are

their hunks fhn xtiv fire began.
Renter.
Cousrriptiott
WASHINGTON. Jan M
Secielary of State D
fson will appear next >',
Ixifore ihe Congress Armed Bar-
i heai'lng today oi

\t t witioh

Members of .he I
know t son saw
anything In
,n recent t i
|fj I .-i-
ing Am- ConscripUoo Lm
,
has the aa-
proval ut Delenoa
Johnson, and mllil
iboul au.uoo

law was enacted in 1W4B Ouuii,

.
LMa\ nut
rnultar) l< in that tho
' Ail lias
stimulated \o1um.
Some mllitar>
gejjiM thai :i' dralt should be
cantlnued lood faith
iu America's North Atlantic
Treaty frieiids. Th.> want the
Act. aven thuugh WHKaMtj to be
i eaaa of an emergency.
Kealer.
Acheson Disagrees With
U1S Policy Towards Spain
(Itv PAUL SCOT I.ANKIM.)
IINGTON, J
..Hi. iEAN A( ilLSON K guteraent m Sp i
ed to encourage the movwinenl to reverse the Unit-ad
Nations tew
lion ol the d In Spain.
* A
to quiekeri deciaioi
Ui ani and Di
Congress aga .aion ol
n
lii'iid ti'l I iti
IU|MM l VFH oo,
1 Mr. AchcMHi reiterated
a Senate FOre'.ai
:..t l| the
>' it* State
- issador in Madrid, i< is
., Unite.!
ppositton to ,
1 .md not
British Policy I'nrhunijrd

from S*-- Hate, Daao
to Di
hat
United siau* will nov. support
to return ambassador*
which may

Foreign
nt \u itlsh Po';c>
made in .he
'.
I

i.v. Britain would not support
- on Page t
Gomes Calls For
A Regional
Conference
TO DISCUSS SUGAli
Barbodaa Advocate t orrrspeni. -ni
OP-SPAIN, Ian 1
Iter an ll-
daj Bitting to-i;..
i motion bj the I n.
Jl ci t i lomci celling on Oovt
IK'Ilt IO in MUllll tl*
; Wrst Indian
.1 .i Raajsanal Oositeienea of
harrrtottal i i-
fonsider what j nt
e taken follow ng
- lown ui the sugar t
i London
...t repre
l I'i than
I weak oi February.
Alon was an amendi 'nt
the Hon. PMrieh S k>p
| the Tiniidad Gov. n-
. tta step
!. IIS
ihi-i than lb-' U k re-
gafdhagj the oofc
and make immediate an i
i.u-i mined ir-Minlaiui
largjai allocation Di dollars for the

i)i Soiomon
. .it ihi

I W 1 Sugai '

and I legging tor ieii-
uis The attitude adopted, he
1 wait your turn
tl .uu QUtgWg and wall
until the talks with your biaavi
I are over"
uu ihg mothai
countr> of Buhyaeakal tns
i exploitation i the
I valuation of the
pound He appealed for unanl-
p essential at 'bis
stage."(By Csble)
"GIVE US BACK OUR
DOLLAR"
BELIZE, British Honduras, Jan. 20
THE -People's Committee," formed here to
fight the devaluation of the British Honduras
dollar is to petition the King to recall Parliament
to consider the country's new financial "plight."
Dead' Woman
Regains Full
Consciousness
HAITI Jan 2.)
Doctors art- studying the Btl gttg|
i 'i ilia youi.K wea i
<'ivd to be alive in her coflln )utl
Bfl hag mourning family was about
to bury her.
Medical authorities said thai
the woman Anita Sou '
from th*- rural di.stii<
Michtu 1 had lost CODJ
aiuiitli. illnt-.
which she was dosed with medl-
. ,i M i.--1.iurnti.u,tl BB s>iiu |-
(>n 11-t A
tiiat Aim.
she was dead and vranaed lag
(uncial (In way to tl i
led whei
they heurd noises citnung (roni
kffUV They luwked ln-
nide. found her breathing.
The laocal priest ordenM AM
girl rushed to hospital -n Port-
Au-i'iii.,.-. Di i'aul Dawnangles,
head of the hospital stuff aid
thai Ai.Ua rvgauivd onsciuu^.i."
( days afui her hiatraL, and was
ghla (to talk intelllganUy.
He said that net illness has
bean diagnosed as a type of
malaria. Her condition is now
fa,I Agi
2 rtle Suit
ainst
Acheson
Ask Halt Dismantling
UNCPTOH Hm
An appl^atlon has beaa mdr .n
the Dtstirj n loi
attaaeni from permirttngj de-
>f Qei -

William.
ii. i
tad af defendant UM
' was ulrntiitad as al
AniCI ican ' ti/i i,
TOO
He fhsrill ananlli.i:
ttatituuoi

lanate and
AdrninlstraUon i"ules.
.
tig a lilUIicul I
taxpayers and pro-
ducing cconon stress in lu-
roni
Reuter.
Tunisian Ship
Sinks Off Spain
MAHSr 11.1.i
Tebov.i
ba" sank to-day in a SJak
signals tii l :\iv DOSi
Sixteen ! !"

the Petoi H
until the
heat ea rttl .in almost
ml.
ind eighl
oi tni
oca Algjarg
ad to .liter
wherr ..nk.
Reulrr

Commltti i
xlay
that the petRli
cause the pcopl
dura> feared thai

imtint to "Pag*
as had
nt for
reeeh .lonea
.
.iieut
..ssist

,tday
I
ing be-
., nation.
g Uritiih V. VI
come devaluation dill
Mggad
Smith ad ad We da i
to be treated like beggars. Wo
want t maniigf our
ant r*ck our
If nit to

al
is to be.jicld in ft.
SI Uruter.
ANNOUNCEMENT
MISLEADING"
Ihe ...
i latos
( iOVCI lUIU'dt


0 for
Brltash Hoi

i '
UM oonatni
i x Roaring I
Ol which has already been
-
.iiiiiitHiMie start
i It now
appears that
. tjftOtggfa '>''
British liondu
..titled. Thu
/
full lll'i



Don | il
They wont paj mi. Tell
ihe "Advocate", it will
|iu> >Oll.
I. I. 3113.
( >. Vrniv Practice
HEIDELBERG. Jat
.;. Rat) I
u
i to-day with in* I "ji-'li
Lng ol the N<
Troops using assault boats
tabiuhed a Arm bridgehead
I ho Go On Iriai
For Spying In U.S.
\KW YORK, tn
Judith Copaoi
DeparUnanl worker and Valen-
i Russian United

. I -
Reuter.
j
Spy Reli^ahi'd
I'KAOUK, Jan. 20
lung Swedish
.t> leleasaoV by tl
Qtasi
sabotata -nd anyinaV Hu
the east bank, and soon aft. diamiaaed last Satur-
man and equipment poured across, day. but on Tuesday the Swedish
hi nv.i as told lie would
Reuter J -Realer
Oxford Condi'inns
Purliuiiit-nt
i iXfORO, Jan. 20.

Debating 3 Mocii P*i-
. iried by a
'he legis-
pporter of U
'
> EnaJash
?"ami
i eOo* a'
t t'
Falkland's Governor Speaks
To iVIaroonetl Scientists
By Radio-Telephone
spoken :>' I -
ON BOARD THE JOHN i pin
BISCOE, Jon. 20 It
UUB8 CI-1FFOKD. Faik- [we.
lands' Ocn
radio tel<
to the Bnlith
n-jti<'d ii
on Stoninulon
island, and told
tiuin .iboul Ukf
plans for then
ernor. i.
'ntlly ret
to the Governor b)
-.;..!
n which

also used radio
.Ol Ml 'I R id the i I HI K'lVAL MAIL in
ItoasiaJ (svasag Me
i.lr
i \'k.mi m i
all
1 ,i- for a
ith M
Butler.

i at Deception
1 Island.
1 is piaiuung the
rescue flight*
____I from Deception
"" to Saonington
U insport Char-
> ading a sac- fort Foster with
'o SttMuragtca. iPaooulum V^^^^^^^^^^^H
I marooned a
Spiritual Aid
For Germans
In Soviet Zone
COLOGNE.
retariat oi the Cologu
Archbishop Joseph Frings. hai
of ths
ipnc will ha nt on .
voluntary basis to the BUM P.


> ' ivporiing this, said Ihnl
fttsoop l>i. Legge ol the So\iet
1
....
lo prsasta tram Western Oerraan;
U. the Meissen bishopn
the fateful lack of priests there.
.citariat's spokesman
.aid yesterday that spasdy spirit-
ual aid for Germans In the
Soviet Zone was necessary o
counteract widel> spread u--
Chiiitiamzation there,
Printer's Devil
In Ihe Kings Title
LONDON. Jl
A mistake in the King's title
was made m a government poi'-
laCatlOd rrleased on Thursday
winch described bun
of Irelsnd" insaaad oi King <
Northern Ireland."
The text of an \greemn.
issued as a wtnti- papei on llw
statua of the armed forces In Hie
Brussels Treaty power* referred
to "His Majesty King of Great
Britain, Ireland and the British
Dominions Beyond the Seas" It
occurred at least twice In 1'ith
the English and French texts.
A pokesman at the K
Office said. "The correct t,:
His Majesty should be King of;
Great Britain. Northern h
Hritlsh Dominions ii
| the Baas." At the Govcrnmen
ftuuuraao Office a
viought it was j
r-nriter'n error.p


r,M t two
nil. BARBADOS ADVOCATE
" IW
Qahib Calling
HIS EXCELLENCY Ihe Gc\-
ernor has gracloualy consent-
ed to five hi* distinguished pat-
ronage and hope* to attend the
Cabaret Ball on Fb 4th, which
Is In aid o( the St Philip Baby
Welfare Centre end the St.
Thomas Children's Nutrition
Clink. , .
Master of Ceremonies will be
Mr. Eddie Cook who 1* well
known for hi* singing and jovial
personality. Besides those already
mentioned as taking part are. Mis,
Poreen Roberts. Mis* Barbara
Jordan. Mrs. F O. O'Connor Git-
lens and the Misses Sheila and
Gloria Walcott.
The ladles in charge tell me
that tickets are selling well and
the evening promises to be one
of great enjoyment for all those
who attend and at the same time
they will be assisting in two very-
good causes.
*
>
Leaving For England
MR. HAROLD BANCROFT,
who resigns as Manager of
Seawall Airport at the end of this
month will be leaving for England
re Ifilh on the GaJflU.
accompanied by his wife.
mm -
They're Off
l LL Hands on Deck' At 2 30
POCKET CARTOON
brOSBEKI LANCASTER
I <
ihmt ae su
-l-trti of oar
Ml
BINGER
are on a month's pleasure iTip
through the West Indies, stopped
CUm Still On
1R KAu-ri Ci.oAt, Govern-
ment Arcnuect nd Town
John Harrison's An Class, Uta
motnlnj, at Mr. Harrison,
4i prawn! in oitrii-u-, has nao. to
postpone his return until Mon-
uaj. The class will be held at
Wakeficld as usual and will oegii;
at If.lS

Enjo>ing ThemaeNei
MRS. VlOtXT UE S1LVA, and
her daughter Imelda, who
arrived here in late December
from St. KitU, are having a
lovely holiday and may decide
to settle in Barbados. At present
they are staying at Spooner's
Hill, St. Michael.
at **>
On Carib Survey
MR. JOSEPH C. FARMER,
head of the Ministn
Aviation, Tele-commur..
Branch accompanied by Mr. A. D
Hodgson, Director General of
Tele-Communications. Aeronau-
tical, left Trinidad by B.W.I,
yesterday on a short visit to Brit-
ish Guiana. Mr. Farmer is on
Women's World
Aooloaavthi.'afleVnoon! as"the in here during the week from
sun breaks the silence Trinidad by B.W.I A. for a short
. Hay the 1950 Yacht- Penod^and^ans staying al
ina Season will
On Pleasure Trip
MR AND MHS CHARLES A
BINGER , Ne. V who -JJJg S^^SS^TSSL.^
*> mm
Recently Appointed
MISS HELEN PILGRIM was
an intransit passenger on tho
Lady Rodney", which left Bar-
Children fs Corner
Rupert and theCaravan13
be on While Windsor Hotel
and their skilled crews They have both visited the bedM on Thursday night. For-
battle away against each other. West Indies before, but this Is mtrij. an Assistant teacher at Un
fans wllLSr at the Aquatic Club their first trip lb Barbados' which Clrls- Hlgh School, St. Vincent, giilih rTuthen' bv"urain "them
and Yacht Club, along Burke', -.ajsT ^."gjg ate has recen.1, been appoint. ^^.rnbulaS? X%
Beach and some even on the said that the onl) id which in Senior Assistant Teacher of the, and let baby walk He
na (fiofi Commit. Ilasnie. He lead* a trade dela-
held a eocklaH parly conon to Germany. The part,
KrioB Ftnmell. 71. unlh t*i hil lend off.
Oe'.tjttiom leader Mr. S. A. Umtam firew Utttc*.
I fhe
it:.'
Make The Baby Walk
Hidden
Maxims
A double acrostic here is shown.
Of fifteen words of equal length
as well.
Its PRIMALS yield a maxim quite
well known.
Teaching a precept that its
FINALS spell.
1. What idle gossipers are known
to do.
2. A compass, without needle,
tho'; 'Us true.
3. Unlike a top. It's spun before
ound.
4. A disobliging waiter this, I've
Mud.
j. Individual,"' this word im-
plies.
6. Often used to shield the *
mot'risti.' eyes. .J
7. Something that is turned on \
when Lb o
8. Unites and may to happiness ^
conduce **
9. Enjoyed alike by tramp.
rich and gay.
10. Found in the kitchen tubs on
washing day.
11. This is a certain kind of
KalhcnnK.
12. And this a range that many
know who sing.
13. One oyster here and there
this may disclose.
Climbirn catetu.lv on to
tecond bc>. Rupert s#: neat
!;:ile mor.krv If*.
arms. Come l
:ri*hind ol me now. '" *
ne tay coix.ni.lv. l< mutt have
xen you rhai I >**'<* -n*n
incajad *> !* *ldf ol ,he eu,y
oerore." Btppo climb, on La

lurthtr,
. he (u
op.
enouth.
o Brpco' 'i
wrapped fitm



- ;. ::
-.-.-.-..,-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.'---'--- ::.:..,
<,l OISI TIIKATHE
Well-known British baby ex-
pert Df John Gibbons astonished
Esplanade, hailing for the par- their estimation compares favour- Girls' High School in St Kills.
tieulir boat which thev are in- ably with Barbados Is St. Thomas. jlc^ pugrim is the daugntei-
lerested In, Bo:r ^ (ne, p^ and Mrs. A. C. R
Up until a late hour yesterday Hills Country Club. New York. p,]griin o( Mount Tabor, St. Jotu..
evening some yachtsmen were Mr. and Mrs. Binger had their carib wishes her the bes; of luck
till putting the finishing touches f.rst game of golf here on Wednes- i ner MW y^.^
onto their boats; 1ai minute pre- day at the Rockley Golf and
parations to ensure them of vie- Country Club and hope to play
rarriflges are "prisons for babies."
Lecturing before an audience
tory.
-
Business With Pleasure
MR HARRY ST HILL, who
has been here for a lit.le
over a week combining business
with pleasure, left yesterday
afternoon for St Vincent via
Trinidad by Ihe "Lady Patricia "
Bon of Mr. and Mm II 0
of 'Ypres'. 1st Avenue. Belle, ill-'.
he is Supervisor of Popular
Stores Linrnfcri in Si Vincent Ho ^tired
every day until they
Mr. Binger is President of the
Reply-0-Leti*r Company of New
York CH
Appointed Headmistress
ricd last week after the
Christmas holida\ with their new
Headmistress, Miss Sylvia Walls
who succeeded Miss Hollock who
On Sick List
CARIB is sorry to learn that
Miss Alphlne FarreU, Nurs*
at '.he Mental Hospital, who was
knocked down by a lorry whilst
cycling home on Saturday is at
home under the care of Dr. H. G
Massiah. Carit. wWkM her .
speedy recovery.
told me that his sister Thalms
will b paying vim! \0 Biirbado>
shortl v
c>
Returned To Caracas
MR J. S BTORR1E, who rep-
resents a large linn of lui-
gineers in Lngiand over in
Lairacal issd Banor J. Abasolo.
van is on construe .'tonal work
Ji Caracas have enjoyed their
hart nouday in Barbados and
were guc>4 at "Cacrahank."
Michael'*!
- Watts was attached to

Eon entering Krdis'.ui.
College for training At the ex-
piration of her training, she was
appointed an assistant.' at the
Model School
On Holiday
MR. F. II. ATKIN.
of the Hotel de PH
idad is now in Barbados for two
holiday. He arrived on
WadMKiay by B.WIA. and III
staying at the Hotel Royal.
*
MR. NATHAN BILSKV. I |*>
tired businessman of Ottawa.
Canada, was an arrival on Bundaj
by T.CA. for about three weeks
holiday and is staying ai' the Sea
1 rilSSHMI'll
' 1 J J j* (^
1 1
. H
^ 1 h
1 1*
_n i
-pr
1 1 H-
of Public Health Officers, Dr. Gib-
pens slated:
-Some babies ire prammed
all day long with no chance of
exercise. As a result they slick
on rolls of fat or have a break-
down of their digestive system."
Declaring lhal "one had only
to go to some public park to see
big fat babies, who could quite _
.Ik. being pushed along to which reference is made above,
by their nurses." Dr. Gibbens
aap *w**t *%rt~
wiinii *|i*n. Aia.vuj>Kka<
iujkuui oi M*qi ;o tpjo.* n n*d>j
u*iid( aw\ puv ikuu .wu, at-3 si ir*^
M -*.S C! oilV I>tt II -pr.*.
ot aa lotoi > wicv l "am
i>j3 s *uiii xns t ***V 6 1WH
I mi epjo* iimiju juj, a*|,aiA
14. A fruit-destroyer, so the story
goes.
15. Whal this acrostic is to one
who knows.
"Primals" and 'finals" refer, of
course, to the first and last letters
of the IS words. If the correct
words are found, the first and last
letters, reading vertically down-
ard, will spell the two maxims
Iht- Lights Hickered
El cuis ag-ui had Vlew CuMl *>"*.
several Cinemas out of action * **
High And Low
i -day morning, when
iemas out of action
last night. However. Wit
of a small generator t:
as ublc to put on their
O.i.ir Friday "Talent Niht '
-day morning, when Now and again the lights i..
i'olans was here, ,; duillli. ,,., tr
irs were Dverte i iio break in Ihe programme, rung by B.W.I.A. for about a
trying io gt a lady tourist to sn<( the amaU.urs pul x,^u beg,. week's holiday and are staying at
mre t icir ear. Their ales Alk n0 their effort, bui once again Ho*l Royal.
w .r'*,^,1*'- .. ,., L thv *rowd was uniiecessanly noisy
-Take this car Madam, tt s the lt times. Winners were Phyllis
latest. The second fellow not to collymore, Evans Bascombe and
t* outdone cried. "No. my fare is Doro.hy Marshall, in that order,
cheaper The third one piped Mr Maurice Jones Manager of tho
up Give me a break Miss. 1 know GIob. UAii lht. audien^Trlng the $T^~Z^ L^7*7
12PU2' .......- ** ^ ! *oW be returning ?".v ^"f'" ^i^lnn
Back Again
MR. NAIM SABGA and Mi
John O. Thomas, mcrchanta :
of Port-of-Spam Ti-inid/id. and
lagUlar visitors lo Hi.
were arrivals on Thursday mor-
Comings and Goings
MR JACK KNIGHT of Cable
and Wireless and Mrs. Knight
Well the cheaper Mluw won , Trinidad on Monday. As th*
Suiyose as soon as the tourist introducer of Local Talent Nigh.*
trade Is over these chauffeurs- 1(1 Barbados he will be greatly
will return lo normal life, and missed by many cinema-goers
we Baj.ns will have to pay the By ,ne cnd of lhc ,ast contM.
holidays with their relatives.
acrats
1, aeur-Oa s uselu! fellow la a bar-
fleld. ii.
4 and 7 Down. May Ufcuslly os
a m jrour ra?ount puo.
(5. fl).
a Following tha ey you'd notHw it
anend. *
10 and J Down. 11 a poisonous. 1U
II. Hi*ionea.iy lainoua ^mporary
- place ol Dirdmt-u. ifl
llifM you a wKH
choice. ii. 15. Land of lies. (41
IS. Bird that l returaliiK to Hide.
17 Seldom .hruua!. lustU'nuon lh

>:d hoe*. (3)
ouUik thl In a wro.
24. New '.line. (5. J)
.
J. 14)
IMWN
1 A 1 ii vu> la a uifiMi under
iSKiaf. ifli 8. Bee 10 Acfom
. lurk nil oDK.j.. and uiei
a., t- > u an
1--..y garment. J1 ,
. So* 4 Acro*- w
AAf use pua<:-.ion woea
no* fsil. in.
if The n**<-t a quaaUon. (3>
' M .Mdv'at SMcr.ee. .4)
11 hu no enstn*. i6l
kppeai 4t>> a ;>'
..;> a riot. (41
maximum, or use thv Ims
U.K. Horticulturist Leaves
#lt PETER COBBALD, a hor-
Mr Louis Spence, Controller of
Supplies. Mr. A. T. Shlll, Acting
Comptroller of Customs, Trtnl-
bwr, the ekvtric power f*"J;J""J ftJj:* {S^'lS"
u^7" ;:i i3efft^,0Bnw.iArtt^,cX"
uled film was Uir TrinWl|d* ^^ na(/a,.endca
** 'he final session of .tie Customs
U.S. Visitors Return Union Commission and were stay
nig at the Marine Hotel
i ticultunst from D.<
Kingdom left on Thill
ling for Dominica where he will l\iK AND MHS W J ECK of
- further holiday before iT1- Washington, DC who came Mr Joseph l)u Boulav. planter
returning home. He had spent out to Barbados about a month of St. Lucia, was an arm
about rfO weeks here and waa i.go flir lha winter p.u.l | two- B W I A. from St. Lucia on Thurs-
| at the Sea View Guest u..k h Guiana and day and left tlu> following day
Hu" returned b] for Trinidad He is the brodier of
as accompanied on Wednesday. They are slaying Honourable Andre Du BouUy 0f
by hu mother. at th. Baa View Guesl House Pastries
BY THE WAY
IN HER noisome cavern. ong of the G.m.il ,:.
iwd with ssnoka mm witto its wild refrain, ,
I All'l
'
lha Nattonal
1 imaged.
A poUtteUa 10 con-
I ..it the dute of th-
inning a bat's
she
'i.

teeped in a dl
of v*.|>er's bugloas and hemp
, Wh< id
irltfa Pala-
l raaa, ripped hi
.'
t.igar.tii- cauldron. Into this ahe
and a
quail'
mustard undei
moon, sainfoin, ttln-bt It, and
:..g the

ady Bfwl
I IMP 1111
continued:
Too Much Abuse
"There is too much abuse on
the pram. When a child reaches
six monlhs. he should be pul on
the ground to crawl about or
dangled" on the knee. He should
have exercise "
Dr Gibbens: "When
children can walk Iheir prams
should bo thrown away."
The docior said that he was
.(stressed by baby troubles
due to pi
"My baby has never been in
one. Prams do far more harm
;.<>od
I Doctor Gibbens told his audi-
ence thai s Wfj young baby
rould be put hi his cot in front
window and that was
s required. The only l
point in a baby carriage was as
social convenience to enable \
take baby shopping '
with them.
Warned Dr. Gibbens: "I see
ass of knock-knees be- |
cause children live iheir lives in i
prams "
To those mothers who give
their young children candy and
Dr. Gibbens gave an-
ii 'linn
"Don't give candy to children
up to 'wo years of age. They
don*, need candy and crackers
! el ween meals.
"You see children sitting in
baby carriages eating crackers
and candy It is a lazy mother's
'.rick She does not want a cry-
ing child, so she sticks something
In its mouth."
Concludes Dr. Gibbens: "I am
anti-candy, at least for children
under t..u." (I.N.S.)
If Electrkilv is Available
TO-NIGHT at 8.30
,\ FORD & IDA LUPINO
IN -
-MAST I Oil If Electricity is not Available
TO-NIGHT at 8.30
VAMETY XH.HT
sfiltrftiVP
featuring:
The MILTON QUARTETTE
MADAM LA ZONGA
THE MIGHTY CHARMER
Professor LAZAHA
THE PROWLER
Plus
CALYPSO CONTEST
(1) CHARMER
(2) PROWLER
(3) COUNT SIKIU
(1) LORD SO SO
(5) LORD
_________ r.lBRALTAI
CALLING ALL JITTERBl'GGEKS and other Arthta
for LOCAL TALENT Audition Sunday from ui
V//AV////
w/M
In /'.i.M/.x
I
* of uioaa wl


i ans were
like come troan ravua fraichae.
: '
I take- one in-
stance. It is not true t:
men and girls only began to en-

Imbeciles, nor men prigs and
ISM their
Iii hih rising k'mt
Ac ORRISPONDKNCE
the dertvatlon ol the
.,(. Hi
By Beaehcom Iht
mosquito leaves me cold. I hai>-
pen to know thut the word cosnas,
not from the Latin "itiia'i. B tU
I
the Moors i
added the Bpanlah qttlso ificc
from an obligation), because the
i i to swarm outside the
mosques faithful,
and am .f the unl.nthful th.-/
could get hold of- among whom
was a certain water-, .u i Ii 11
daughter who hung aboul the
the mosque ng
Koo-Lukat-Fatti with l
size of a football.
I.itti'iiing tor fWn-la
Whkn i read tfsal tw
a man|
SrCW was listening I
knew that all was well. I see
I.mi no lus noee to the sleepers,
sunding astride a ralL hand cup-
ping ear, eyes clouded with doubt
and anv
What I* ihu U(r. ao full of cart.
And whcrain Itw it* I
If a man can'l aUnd on a tailwa) n,,t
And luitn lot a frirn -
Cewaala*
D.D.T.
Lsrge medium and ir..ail ,.irT.n



L int'aHlautttiHCwn-

A
KaWDRIX
I Ml" l \Il 0< K -
III 1 ION*
* Monlv WOOUXV. Hobr,! STACK
Inversions
te word suggested by
each di'liniUon and spell It back-
wards to form the second
1. A color o." gloom when in-
verted becomes a poet.
2. Reverse a word meaning It
eat and get
3. The name of a toy spelleu
baikwarus in the name of u
kitchen utensil.
4. Reverse a small pointed in-
strument used for fastening
and it becomes a pinch.
j. Spell backwards the name ol
. of a cnurch an** you
have a man's name.
li. Something used in Ashing
when reversed becomes a
number.
7. Reverse what robbers seek
and get a necessity to an
artisan.
8. Take a short sleep. Invert it
and vou have a cooking ves-
sel.
9. Invert a part of the tongue
and it turns mlo n deep hole.
10. The name of B citTUS fruit
when reversed becomes a
:iame.
I ltd dij. $ und
.... |(-', i MM i '.
i u4i t.-j ' .'** qja i :r-'tj..nos
' - JEANNE CRAIN ETHEL BARRYMORE I
E HEL WATE^C VV'LLI M LL D N
p-ooc > OARRYL '.:- -MJCK cn-.tTioa. ELiA KAiA..
Now Showing (by Public Oemaud) at . .
ROYAL THEATRE Mat. & Night Shows Daily
''-'''
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FOR A GAY TIME
IT'S
CLliH \IURGM
DELICIOUS STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS
+ +. +?

Thi Club Morgan I I
I
and PETER LACY .it tho
Mate] atber Ez< p
tional Bargains ^B***
They Won i st.v Loug!
THE WISE OLD OKI
MB-
ifaaa thvs*>
HAII'.AIXS
First
Large Pony Classes
l.i lur SI (Ml
WhiU' Jugs
50c.. and 72c.
White Sugars 6(1 cenls
I rs or ishtrays
6 centa
(/. Keduced to
KM; J7.W: and lt.25
Kettlestl.at and $1 30
\oini:
+
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+
OLYMPIC
+
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AND
ROYAL
THEATRES
+
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of Electric Current
We will inform
You of Shows
through RADIO
DISTRIBUTION
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MARINE
HOTEL
DANCE
Siilin-iLis >iyhl. .|.<|.ii.ii> 2ImI.
PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA
Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00
Special arru.... iccii made for Electric Carre*
\OI \ I 14 (LIB t l\K>l A Mambars Only)
MAT : U.
TONIlillT l' NIGHT. 8.30
Paramount present*
WANDA HENDR1X a CLAUDE RAINS
MACDONALD CAREY
in "SONG OF SURRENDER"
A Dm .tli .i Thrilling MuUcal Background
MODERNISE
VOI II
BATH
BASISS-While. Green, Pink
TILESWhite and Green
ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WAT1 Ii III >*_*, S
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Will The Oil Line
To Haifa Re-open?
ing
Ahead?
PAR!>
._u after periodicals held
Lnnsi *
LONDON, Jan. 11.
THE VIC*: in te r-cent
, Egyptian elections n in important
P!wlnI*es!ion of th< I oil refineries at Hi
by the Fnrcixn
Iraq to rc-open
m- 1 *----* Haifa have been
I iklkL 1 nj* tui An altcrnat Ive
Ijl/"* * *!% niethod of supplying the refineries
*-s \Mth crude oilby tanker from
Abadan ion the Persian Gulf)
through the Suez lo Haifawai
- BrlUah Govern-
fc.to,.t refused. Its
unent that has just
been defeated at the polls still
impose* a ban on the exports oi
materials and combustiblesthat
would Include oilto Israel, on the
ill techni-
cally at war with that country.
umittiei only has been
signed). In this anti-Israeli atti-
Iraql Qovarnment has
the Egyptian.
Kt'iiMinablc
W d i .vcriuiifi/
iy ancMe to adopt
It front toward
Mug a strong Govern-
1

It can.
aken no
..i expedition that
to Pal< itine In the
iTnwder* (who *" hi
in the ,e.i- :!K..... "al" Anglo-Egyptian
B a of tha
- Wll, '"-' may decide the
Lt by thiii h stile
JJhome would Israel.
Lit video Iving
Mgr in relief.
Speculalinn
st tatter provided material
gote tottrestii
the psi'
-J,. lh-> "'-I a waiii m b
the light ol his life
_ll her num < He "'! then
: |
her tui alaoJo touch her.
fcer pcedicttoi *
wen
i Itnsthen.'
pan and even
Maleal fountain ol
hctors will i"'"- '">-
H for kuai iiKinkind/.;
Suits dni|
hove begunill
irrelop one
will prevent
ineeassatvi all li
to fold will "
Uflciol i-
hi nest iid.' eanti
Bvdevelopn
cations ol oui present know-
i rather than the i i
|p
|
I for the ne
HLfv u
f over :: I
Of peace
troumi.
Seek
s Rcl'a8'
Of 2 Athletes
PRETOHIA. Ja
_ toda> ui
lothe Oovernrh) nl of Pakis-
I
athletes, hcln in quaran-
Karachi.
BlBtl
r the detcnUoi ol the two
MM Officer Ian De Johngh,
MR old high mi
Moorte, 35 ..
nfl urfw ihau ..lease.
B where
HUM landed al K
(Renter, i
mifjhl include
< ban on the
uMH allowed
Iraqi Government would
follow -mi and re-open
the pipalhm to H
Approximately 4.000.000 tons of
crude oil n yrnr were deliverer!
to Haifa from Irno before the
raratli-Arab war. Rut this figure
could be
8 inch line
from Kirkuk wa
the experts aay,
thin a lew month's
Kirkuk pipeline had been
practically completed up to the
ion the outbreak
war forced con-
top.
t the re-opening
with the
WOUld mean
iMimv is a
lunate Bat it
is thoiiRht in oil i
nratlve reckoning, Haifa
could tum out about 1.000,000
' i oleum a year. This
''.. :..
i enl petrol
ration in Britain
I liBEE
i
Sn/HTZD PESSIA7/STS :
"VCnTbUT SHE'S WCARINC HrCH MEELsl
12 Return
From Aruba

OOJ u.uli.1
vho were
employed .it the i-igo O
.^r.' Aruba. returned to the island
yesterday by M. V. "Dai
They were Oacar EUchi
Haybea, Owen Jones. Cle-
1) Fcnt.v Frederick A.
Vernon D. Stoute. Allan
n Theodore Marshall. Em-
erson Reece. Douglas McL. Luke.
\ Gibson and Seiherl Q S
Webster.
The "Daerwood" is scheduled
to leave the colony on Sunday
' for Aruba via St Lucia, Granada
n Vincent. The Schooner
Owners' Association are agents
A Clock Tower
Gets "A Wash"
clock tower at the Sevan-
bib is netting .i "washinit"
This is one of the best known
'arks in the island, lot
now the racing community <
Barbados always take or lose
hope as the fancies which they
;'ii in a race reach "The
Clock" and turn the bend for
i
Ht-rmudu Gets 48'^
More Tourists
HAMILTON, (By Mail)
Bermuda's lourtsi Industry In*
ant. in 194U due
urn of the Quoeil oj
Bermuda in Fabfuary,
'> liniiii.
-^i|i passsaUBaTI cut heavily intu
.iirimc business. There was only
.: Lvali but
the total numbt'i u( (lights to
< iaci iwen doubled and
m a I .in m, Trail -
luring the year.
ala Ear 1&49 we*
300, planes 33,104. lol 1
J8.519.
hjaan" brought 23,024.
Una 4.9b.J.
otalUng 39.525.
iras aiv lor total ,,i i n ,i .
including tourists, who accou.it
for 90 per cent, of the totals.
-B.l.1'
British Birds
Tear Paper
(By FRED SMITH)
I.ONDON. cBy Mail)
An Inojuiry into the paper tear-
ing habits of British birds has re-
vealed that many birds are given
to paper tearing but the blue-tit
''Tider.
ml expert Lt. Col. W.
M. Luxuii Home is carrying out
an investigation into paper tear-
ing habits ol birdl at the request
of the British Trust for Ornithol-
ogy.
His iiiuiuigs reveal that star-
lings, charfnnches, s parrot
blackbirds, jackdaws,
parrots and the tit family all con-
sider the finest way in which to
pass their spare time is by de-
liberately tearing up paper.
Col. Home's evidence against
the blue-tits comes from all over
Britain, and includes many in-
stances of wall paper, new or
peeling, plain or colour..I baJBg
attacked.
in one Instance, two )>iue-tits
flew into a parked ear and chewed
Up the llfOnee card
Pea* Femi
Reports tell how blue-tils en-
tered a room and tore up QoVBrn-
ment forms. Other blue-tits
pecked away with glee at leather
photograph frames and linen hung
out to dry. They also are re-
ported to have wrecked havoc
on newspapers left on porches.
Col. Home said that after re-
questing information from Britons
on bird tearing habits, about 80
per cent of the lettan
read "-how that the v.!
iii the habit of feeding the bird,
and the paper-tearing seems to
have nothing to do with hunger."
"The birds may do it just for
their own amusement. Lettan
show that tame birds let out of
their cages will tear up paper
immediately after i meal,"
declared Col. Home
The British Trust for Ornithol-
ogy recently completed un Investi-
gation into th fj
bottles by birds As in paper-
tearing, the blue-tit pi.
the worst culprit.
Mr. J. M Fisher, one of the
investigators, said that he had
plenty of evidence that blue-tits
peck off the cap of a milk bottle
and help themselves to as much
as ui inch of milk. I.N.S
LOVE STORY
(iKOKUIA. Jan 20.
A vtf named Maltie I Love
hits died suit for a divorce. She
claims that her husband's natural
rll.tl h.'l
Rrater.
Acheson
Disagrees
a> truin Page 1
any move to revoke the Assem-
bly.
The decision of 1946 requiring
United Nations members to witi.
t.rnw heads of Missions from
Spain. He maintained that to (t
so would imply approval of the
Franco Keainie. which from the
British point of view, was impos
sible because the regime was
t omldered unrepresentative.
in diplomatic quarter* n ;
I-ondon. it is understood tha
Britain was aware of Mr.
Acheson's decision to stale pub-
licly that he considered tha*
United Notions policy toward
Spain had been a mistake.
'on. it is thought in
raa abraadj aware hat n.
rhaay ol iront was probable by
Britain. The fact is. it is felt m
political >iuarters that it is morally
impossible for Britain's Labour
Government to make a gesture ol
uwoi-ds Qenera
ilsco Franco. This is, of eotttae
doubly the case when a General
Election is pending. Reul.'-r.
FJU. Hunt For
ISine Bandit8 In
$lm. Robbery
BOSTON. Jan 20.
Toptlight investigators, com-
manded by the head of the Federal
Bureau investigation on Friday
: ifainhiied their hunt for Boston .
million dollar desperadoes.'
Under orders from F.B.I., Direc-
:or J. Edgar Hoover, who took
control on Thursday. Experts in-
volved ID investigation .y-oniiiuit-
ed .1'Allies They considered the
oi setting up ciMitr.u
0 sift clues.
Detectives trom Hoover's office
crisscrossed United States to P.B.I.
branches in key cities in the hunt
for nine bandits who I -
$1.1)00,000 in cash itijd 50u,(XH) In
Cheque* al Brink's Armored
TranspoAntfeu Companv Garage
'"ucsday night.
As the manhunt entered its
third day, investigators clung to
<.nly few thin leads.
Of New Jersey an i
was seized with $1,782 on his
person in Miami on Thursday as
a possible suspect.
Boston Deputy Superintendent,
John F. Daly, said after talking
iml Police that the man
apparently had no connection
vith the local holdup.CP>
Decree Grated
No Swing
Dancing
UBERL1NGF.N. GERMANY
iiiv Mall)
No boogie-woogie, swing i
samba will be danced during the
coming carnival in Southern
Germany, if straight laced Ger-
.tldoiu has its way BUI
the public
younger generation, violently op-
poses the Intentions of their
would-be (BnaOtl
In Sacklngen. upper Rhine,
close to the Swiss border, the
Burgomasters of the district as-
sembled to discuss ways and
means to banish 'imported"
dances In favour of the tradition-
al German ones. Realizing that
out-and-out banning would cause
repercussions among rDUBSjai
carnival goers, the solid Burgo-
masters instead resolved to make
only raannunan latlona to ttn
daiuiiu; bands"
At Ostrach, a small town in the
Hohcn/ollern district, the Burgo-
master had announced strong i>p-
position to the samba in order tc
discourage jaz? be
of dance halls. However, the Ml-
lowlng Sunday, when he turnci
in his radio he was amazed k
hear the disk-jockey announce ;
samba "by special request of UM
Burgomaster of Ostrach." An ob-
vious gag originated by some
samba fiend in his town.
Maluva Expects
Reconi Rice Cro|)
KUAL k
ntalayi en m
i.n00 torn
. .
is like!) to be ,t record. Dr.
A. I HU inb 'i
of Malaya's AfriCUlturi
day.
People Dissatisfied With
Communist Rule
TAIPEI!, 1
Chiang K..i Bn>
help the WOUndV
people an the

and felt th>
..( not like '
i
.tartan methods. neuter
i

a CWet Jut pi

i
f. r ii am ipw
j. m. 0 lent i Decree
him wee pronounced on Oat
7 uuM I
Mr. W l( Douttai UMBra
, of the firm
i 'infHtn
nted lht> petiuV
MOBILE CINEMA
a piivaie ahon 'i tha I
.il oo Monday. Janu.u
Luded in the programme .if
ithe Mobile Cinema for the week
ing January 23 to Friday
January 27.
On Tueeday Janunr) M tha
: Cottage and
G
'day. January 25. mia-and-Quai
ii Thursday.
I Ixai
I Janu-
M PhlUp,
India Ret^ognises
"No'' Government
In lndo-China
NEW DELHI. Jan. 20
Commuius.1 Chinas reported
Oecision to recognise Dr. Ho Chi
Muih' Republic of Vietman will
not influence India's policy 10-
waras lndo-China In any nKJ
according to informed circles
here.
India considers that neither the
Bau Dai Government nor Doctor
Ho's Government has ihc altri-
butea of Sovereignty, and there-
fore she is not in n position to
recognise cither as the Govern-
ment in lndo-China.
Prime Minister Pandi.' Nehru
said recently that India's boUcj
was not to give official recognition
to any Government in lndo-
China, "because parts of lndo-
China are under one authority.
and other parts are under another
authority
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TAGE FOUR
THF. BARBADOS ADVOCATF.
svn !ti>\\. iwi
fmmjS^sS^f-
Who Are The Liberals ?
I bT Tb* AJiuialS Co IM.
m. iMfl *' aapi -
'Saturday. January 21. 150
LT. 'L. frank Bttj
Caribbean iisiom*.
I'nion
THE Commission ot Ihe British Carib-
bean Customs Union at its final session in
this island during the last fortnight reached
agreement on its report which will be sub-
mitted to the various West Indian Govern-
ments and to the Colonial Office. The report
itself was the result of a colossal amount
of work by the two commissioners ap-
pointed by the Colonial Office which formed
the basis of that done by the entire body.
In December 1948. when the Commission
was appointed as a result of the Montego
Bay resolution on Customs Union, the
many items on which customs duties had
to be paid were categorised differently in
each island; now they have been given a
single classification for the entire area.
This in turn can be referred to the tariff
structures now in worldwide use.
The recommendations of the Commis-
sion stress the advantage of having a par-
tial free trade area in the British Carib-
bean. Imported articles once within the
area, will be subjected to the same duty
in each territory because the entire British
Caribbean will be treated as though it was
one land area. It is realised of course that
until the whole area is included in at
hast partial unification, there will bo
little likelihood of gaining the advantages
to be derived from any kind of closer
association.
It was not an easy task to classify some
649 articles which hitherto have been
subjected to seven different types of classi-
fication in the various territories; but
such is the achievement of the Com-
iun.
The contents of the recommendations
have not been published but the Com-
missioners will undoubtedly have prepared
a practical proposal for adoption by West
Indian Governments This proposal will
have to include the formation of a Central
Advisory Committee which would consid-
er and make recommendations on any
changes which the local legislatures desire
to make. On that Committee there might
then be an Inspector General of Customs
and Excise. This officer would have to be
young and energetic and to be able to
undertake frequent travel throughout the
area. The various urgent changes could
then be made and ratified at a later stage.
The main disadvantage of free trade in
the area is the fact that each colony would
LONDON. (By Maii)
Depl'* Uw (act tint there
were only eleven I-ibr:
bars In the last Parliament Bar)
repreiented two and halt mil-
on vote*. So IiberaUam in
Great Britain is tUl a potent
poliUcal furte.
The Ubtral Bodetri which i*
the foal ot all literals. Is based
on certain fundamental princi-
ples which, applied b> changing
drcumatances, five differ*!.-.,
pollciej at different limes.
The basic motlvt- force In Lib-
eralism Is the belief In the in-
dividual. That men and women
matter. Respect for the person
Is. therefore, paramount. Inmvil-
uals mult not be done down.
Secondly, liberals believe that
men and women must be assured
of true Justice which can only
come by the proper distnbuUon
of power. Hence I
afaiiut mi-mipolics. the
and the tyranny of the "closed
shop."
Thirdly, that political action
should aim at benefltlnf .Tie
It ( il Frank river* Hur-
ts'-la* year old thief Whip
l the Liberal Party in Ihe
late Parliament. recofnWeil
as the romlns Irader of the
Liberal Party, has written
Ihe f*ll*s*in* article for In-
ImuitMial News Service on
the alms and obiecu * hr.
arty In the f*rtbr*eaiaf
atei Hon. Col. Byen was aae
of Lard Montcomery's *tafl
officers at the invasion ef
Hi il, and was one of Mont-
rumen* planners of D-Diy
landing In Normandy. He has
been represenUnz Ihe north
em division of Dorset rounlv
since 1945 and his debating
power and oratory has sent
to the forefront the tradi-
tions of the oae-tlme famed
British Liberal Party.
India. Pakistan. Imrma.
and will continue alonf
What then la to be the future
cf British industry In a Liberal
Commonwealth? First and lote-
bbOSL there must be an end to
the two fold slanflnf match
which one side says that private
enterprise Is magnificent anl
must be maintained a<
the other side advocates the
abolition of the capital.
and Its replacement by full-
blooded State ownership. Both
these must be wrong.
The duty of a Government is
not to run industry, but to create
the conditions in which in-
dividual, firms and industries
can make their maximum con-
tribution lo the welfare of the
community.. There Is a place
for public enterprise
The Port of London Authority
created by Lloyd George is still
Os*j of the finest examples of
efficient public enterprise at work.
There is a case for the national-
isation of electricity, fas and
Cevlon ena'. Dut such nationalisation
these "* Ihe end of all trouble In the
RIFT IN EGYPT
II. F.lir Maimi
PARIS, (By Mail).
Reports reaching Western diplomatic cy-
cles forecast an increasingly serious rift; be-
tween King Farouk of Egypt and Prem.eri
Nahas Pasha. '
One diplomatic official, known M an ex-
pert on Middle Eastern affairs, told this
correspondent;
Things have deteriorated so mud
result of the bad relations between the King
and Nahas Pasha that a new crisis may
develop. This might even lead to the birth
of a republican movement and replacement
of the Mohammed AH dynasty by a con-
servative, semi-feudalistic republic'
,. .,.. .. .......... .... ,M S"rbel.eve U>at the ind"y hut the mean, by which
who., community and no, merely <*+ *,*cirTe K. SLJL "2 SSSJT *
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one secuon or claa. at the ex- future M ">'," crm,c ^ ,Uminalod tallrtMuon and
pen* of the remain.ler By cm,- J more Oonmm and less >re llowKl lnf,r .op,
rnunfty, the Liberal do, ** and "> "?\^",", No one would suggest that the
the parish or the nation, but the come the desire of the^Colonial ]ron fc swo| |ndus,r>. ^ wlUlon.
of mankind conn * '^*"* monopoly practices or in a hlfh
ry class, em latu* wiUiln the Common- j| wealth ,nMe i, reason for placing it
Not Blind under State ownership. State own-
In international trade, Liber- ershlp is merely one of the hun-
als welcome the movement to dreds of different ways of or-
,t each should enjoy that liberalise" trade throughout .anlzlng an Industry. The pre-
amount of liberty which is now- the world. They have alway. judlce. in favour of nationalisation
Inngmi; the liber- held that barriers to world trade, f ,y industry In wl
communit
in* as tl does of
creed and colour.
Fourthly, that men and women
must be assured the maximum
of freedom. This means, in effect.
^^^Tii^^^^^^_S!^'^^TZ neTofTe ^esenf.'^ur'Gov:
life to British private enterpr-c.
There is absolutely no reason why
public and private cntci;
not work harmoniously toge'lfr
This can never be achieved while
the threat of nationalization tan
be held over numerous important
industries.
The Immediate and fundamental
of revenue; but this not being excessive
could be made up from other sources of
taxation. The advantages of free trade
are however too obvious to allow this
small and temporary loss to prevent its
operation. Tin- protection of home made
articles exported throughout the area
would have to be protected and so it will
be necessary to ensure that such excisable
goods imported from one colony to another
will b>- liable to duty imposed only at the
particular rate in the colony in which it is
.ion was optimistic that its
recommendations would be accepted by
tha vanius governments concerned and
ani nut man thai Cuartomi
Union will be an immediate praiii.il
pr,.|, : uiKlations will have been
laid. In any consideration of poluu.il
unification of the West Indies it is an
essential.
ble without In
ty of others. There is no t*sac ,,,-------- ->
Liberal Society for direction of merely lower the standard
labour or the entrenchment of living of every nation. """"',,,.
nrivileae Thev are fundamentally free Health linill Lp
What oollcies then flow from traders" but they are not blind The truth of the matter i, that
.,* h.lr" to the difficulties of transferring the wealth of this country has
In international affairs the Lib- the world from tariff protection been built up on private enter-
eral Pare* teUevmf Iml.'asit to free trade. Nevertheless, their prise but in doing so monopoly
d'oe,rn'rae^hafwayT'beenin object Is crystal dear.andMb* and restrictive pr.eti.es
the forefront of every movement is to remove all barrier, which crept ,n_ It
to establish collective security prevent fte free flow of men Sr^Thl Kl reBore . com-
and to preserve peace on the food, and Ideas over national wh |s vlU, |0 Kf new
basis of ju.tlce. Not only did it fronUere.
support the Leafuc of NaUons In the Held of home affairs
to the full but from the ouUet one mlfht say that the motto of
it supported the United Nations, the Liberal Party is without
Prejudice." coupled with the
Veto Wrong burning desire lo see the elun-
The Liberal Party pointed out ination of suffering and an in-
in a deputation to the then For- crease In the social and indus-
ian Minister In 1945 that the trial progress of the nation.
provision of the veto was not The Welfare State has almost problem today, however, is how
only wrong in principle but become a term of abuse but not u, live within our means, for at
would jeopardise the working for Liberals, for they can claim the moment we as a nation are
of the United Nations machine the credit for pioneering most, earning less than we consume. lr-
itaelf This belief which has now |, not all. of the social services creased output at lower cost must
been proved correct was based hlch we eniov to-day. Old-age be achieved. To this end. all ic--
upon the fundamental principle pension which was oppo*ed by tions of the
that it was wrong to have one Jhe Conservatives, the full scheme provided with faewUvtl
law for the biffer nations and of Industrial and National In- *>^ rmiun,
another for the smaller. France produced by Lord Bewr- 'Z'^T^a- S ',
Liberalism can truly claim to l0,e. p.mlly Allowance and the ^^^^^"t"^,'^"^. the
be more nternational than Health Service, were all of them antec o( t ,,. ,, ,.
national This doe. not mean liberal idea, supported actively creased outpul Payment by re-
that there Is any lack of patriot- by the Liberal Party. suiu,( profit sharing and I
ism in the Liberal Party, but Liberals are determined to nenuiip are. therefore.
that Liberals believe that the preserve the Social Service* and application to-day Mass wage
problems concerning the world have always made It a cardinal demands by which both the slack-
can only be solved by tha full principle that benefits under ^ ^^ the worker benefit inerii,
and loyal co-operation of nations such schemes should be related Cau*e Inflation, but increased
IttOfJtHlff to the coat of living, for In no wages for harder work and high-
It i. for this resson that they other way can hardship be ,r efficiency are lo be welcom.
supported any move for the avoided. The problem Jo-day la Reduction in Taxation
A reduction in t
ever, can only be
This official went on to explain that recent
reports linking Farouk's name with that 01
Nanman Sadek, a 16-year-old beauty already
engaged to an Egyptian economic expert at-
tached to the United Nations Organization
has raised a storm of protest against the
young monarch's private life.
The European and American press, he
pointed out, commented on these matters in
detail, and even the moderate and conserva-
tive Times of London published letters from
readers bluntly criticizing Farouk.
International News Service learned
Pans that the Egyptian Ambassador to Lon-
don recentlv visited the British Foreign
Officfl to protest against publication of these
letters by the Times.
The official who received the ambassador
replied that, while the letters did express the
views of the British Government the British
press was free to comment on every subject.
Meanwhile, sharp observers of Egyptian
affairs believe that the recent campaigns
against Farouk have a political aspect in
which Nahas Pasha's Wafd Party and somt
British quarters are interested.
In the International field the primary ob
Jective of the Wafd is to conclude a treat;
with Britain that would settle the remaimn
outstanding questions between the twi
countriesprotection of the Suez Canal zone
and the status of the Sudan.
Farouk is known to have a distaste for
allowing his Premier complete freedom of.
action. On this occasion he may act as he did
on three previous occasions when he left the
Wafd in office for a limited period of negot.a-
tions with Britain and then suddenly fired
iiahas Pasha.
H u r ry!!
These are selling c.uickly - -
Ualoh Oil Stoves
2, 3 and 4 burner on Stands
Single and Double Table Models.
STOVES Singh B|J
BOX : I 8"
SAD IRONS
COAL
OIL LAMPS and LA.NTV.I
WILKINSON & IIA VMS CO.. I.Tn Successor.i,
C S. PITCHER & CO., LTD,
Phones: 4472 & 468"
'______________________________________________________________________________I
.v//#v**-v#v
tmm
Ckratt JCew!
toti miii i mi. ill oi hum:
l.il.MH CHEESE
W..MOMIN In Shells
TEMIUC LEAK TEA
HUN/ .t SAl'CE
Kit tl 1 M 1VIIV kISSE ........
HANOO CHl'TNEY
M SM I I.V IPORATEO MILK
M UCAM BEEF 8ACSAGI
Mill I fiAKKV BAKIM. rimllEK
Pet lb.
- :
.. 11
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- 1
I'er II
.. Ik
But this time Nahas Pasha may opposeiS pineapple JAM
the King and refuse to step down. ObserversK jac mis itun caACKBU ..........
believe he is determined to follow party j ^ACE^cHHtitii.s
cailicy regardless of interference from tne|| iedkii>n>i BBANI ... I j
Palact ,s
Should the King dismiss the Wafd cabinet % Sttlltsfl'ltl St'ltit A <.. Lid.
a constitutional prerogative cf the mona: B
-and decree new elections, Nahas is expected .w,v/////.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.w.w.v.....M
Jose, a. 1U in.rtKUlC.on, a certain amount f fuller^consultaUo^ and ^co-ope- not^w.iether wu. the^^la.
III.'.
xalii
reason that Truman's Fourth party to auch an action) dui retjuction in Government exj*
Point in which hi- Hfl w.- whrlh.-r sufficient incentive can (ure c^,^,, ^ CiU1 0bvio'i*vly
mutt embark on a bold mm h nivi to lnrtutry to iDBIWg be made by eliminain.,. adminis-
profram for making the benefit* ,ho national Incomo and wealth mttve waste but tho obvious hig
of our lcicntlnr advanee* and to such industrial progress available for services can Ik- maintulnwl un- by abolishing the 11,400,000.000 of
the Improvement ami urowth of impaired.
undcr-ftcviloiu'd anas" wns ______
claimed as libcralim. for the
H., ism.M lalNla*
THE WorkirtK Party o( the International
Wh* it Omncil may agree to the terms for
admitting t.ermany and Japan lo the
International Whwl AgTMIDMU when it
in London to-day, it was reported
by Rruter.
It i>. understood that the representatives
still tu roatVI UMlniBttaM from then tlov-
ernments on the proposed terms.
object of international affairs i<
not meiylv to further peace hut
to raise the standard of living
of mankind
No Accident
SiiniUulv. it i< no accident
that Liberals, although debarred
from Strasbourg by iiic i
mimli-
itt uiiiuiik ihe
prime movers of the United
Europe and Western Union
i
four years bsstott the Atlantic
p..
al Party in its annual assembly
passed a resolution in almost
itieritu,.; tl
But abov. all. in international
affairs. Liberals can be most
rtssspa, Ol tho attitude

Uflnwgttih
Liberal Governments
which gave dominion status to
th. I'nn : Africa in
11*07 and the result is U
Africa is still In the (
wealth to-day.
It was Liberals who sought to
Kiv home rule to Ireland but

vllk the result that Eire
|| Iht CtM
to-day.
Ufatrali tiavt
right it* M'if-Jctrimmation of
TO Oft- ANV bUKe AT AIL
\\ hat's on Today
Mechlin, llvusing Board
at ! a.m.
Spooa Shoot, (iovernmenl
KiHe Range al LN p.m.
i i it k.-i 11 ul Game. Ken-
kiniton at 1.39 p.m.
Yn.'hi Racing. Caritsle
Bay at 2.10 p.m.
food subsidiefi.
However. Liberals recognize
that If this m done without com-
pensation for the l|wer iiiun,.
groups suffering and distress are
Inevitable. The problem is how to
avoid laying food subsidies to
those who do not need them and
how to ensure that those who do
are adequately looked altar
It is for this reason that Liberals
have advocated the complete re-
vision of the taxation
introduce a flat rate income tax
coupled with positive
; i-ments to compensate
t income groups and
those with family responsibilities
in all walks of life for the hiRhev
cost of 1
If this
could food subsidies be abolished.
hardship eliminated, but a new
tneanttva would be ki\>
worker by a flat rate tax to work
overtime without fear of being
robbed by PA-YE. of an hk r. as
ing proportion ot his additional
earnings.
I are determined to look
at the facts without prejudice and
to solve the problems confronting
them on the basis of common
sense, social justice and regard for
ktual The Lit
is essentially a Party of progress
The t'on.u-ivatiYc Party has
proved its inability to advance in
the field of social progress. The
Labour Party advancing in social
progress is proceeding along the
wrong industrial road. The Lib-
eral Party toad is indeed the nitht
one for Bi t n -
-and __.
to stand firmly behind his party's claims that
it represents a huge section of the Egyptian m
Thus, some western diplomatic quarters
bcttMt ltlj: lf lnis conflict reaches dramatic'1
proportions, an Egyptian republic may come
into exi-'
Given the geographical strategic import-:
ance of E^ypt. any such change would cer-
tan;Iy l>e of great interest to the western(
powers. This is believed to explain wn
United States last year appointed JHnnon'
Caffery. former ambassador to Paris, as am-j
bassador to Rgypt
France also has appointed i key diploma!
to the Cairo post. He is Maurice Couve de
Murville. former political director of the
French Foreign Office.I.VS.
Vm'h Expelled
SOFIA, Jan. 20.
Bulgarian Communists have expelled Dobri
Terpetbev from their Politbureau for "lack
of vigilance", it was disclosed here today.
The Central Committee of the Bulgarian
Communist Party met on Monday and Tues-
day and voted unanimously to remove Ter-
peshev and six others from the Politbureau
for "laek of vigilance and failing to cope witii
work
This followed a report by its Secretary
Volko Charvenkov on "the I to be
earned from uncovering the traces. The
fight for its utter defeat in party work and
future tasks." The proceedings of the com-
mittee were published today in a communique
in the Communist Party newspaper Rabot
nichesko Delo. The newspaper said that the
resolution and a report of the Committee'*
proceedings would be published. The
Central Committee also elected two new
secretaries : Todor Jivkov and Georgi Tzan-
kov. (Rostov, Communist
hanged on December 16 after being found
guilty of tftttOQi espionage and plotting to
overthrow the State) (Keuier.)
YOII #.Y ATM
LIGHTWEIGHT
WOOL
[Mr
In Paisley D^ijnsalfiH
ALL WOOL
TWO-TONE
* In Assortrd (iiloiirs ffif
<,OU X iOH
this ii.iitr.rt
(one in and make your selenhm In*
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Olll ill AIM IIS SAYx
Hi ilain NalixiM J \i l;< iiIum al Ihe I \|m iin of Ihe W.I.
To The tdilor. Tht Advocute. ot Wesl Indian, now Wel lnulans Thti highway already a n-rrow parluularlv during ihe rak hour., il Leprosy will be ol iBaaTCat ta Malaya, w In Nigeria; and s:
Mi(. -It u time that wme fur- mul buy Argentine pickled pork winding one, and heavily traversed About ten day. ago. there was a "On May *. lMfl. you publi-sli..! one cannot doubt, throughout ou;
ther exposure be mad* ot the instead of Canadian And both at* by motor a. well as pedestrian funeral In this same district, and a short account of the Ml ;..-! Empire whercvn
treatment meted out to the people at the higher prlcas tralno. has now become more con- when the 4 p.m. bus reached the the new sulphone drugs in the exists. Sciatic* has provided us
of this Island by the British Gov- CONSUMER gaated. because of the space oc- area, ther* was a complete block, treatment of Uptosy in Maliia, with a cure, it Is for us to gel
eminent; and th* poamibl* dis- ^^^ b . ,,,,, ,un,, ,imply becaua. persons attending and in tauuvj the morale of tho the cure to tho people. TheeMen-
ruption of our economy if It con- t.lr,trn,ly ,./. e ,s ,,. |M ,,0r.,.,de the funeral, had not the mteUi- Patlen" We have jujt received a tial need .s an adequat.
* m.t r^nt inciaent U the ^^ * g ^ ~J J^MV^^JSi RUSAR.U ^"^SS tPJ^J^^
It^u^StiW^ Whlch can ** tdhe^1 t0 cl*- '"'TV twcnt> ,ards. Wttb the nd. a siluatiim .ro*^ that w ^> our lo Thls ue(.k W|lhm ^ ^ ^
SlU fSru. to ortttTthU item U "> Pwlble. but It tm btm im- result that oncomini traffic (rom hopeless, and of course, the bus h(K ln lhr ^xlWm,
Iktin^^sMUiieHere the mice Pssbl " complete ihu unm is. meet at some point and driver calmly switched off his a b^^,,,^ .-I Cdnnot ^
.s much hiher than that in Cai.a- u,n ro""'e tesU have b-ii tried a block occurs. At this stage, in- motor and awaited the result llcm ^ wrilcr, was ent.tl.. wholc
da or the United States and it ou'. We hope to be able to pubhsii stead of one or othci ot the drivers After a rcnol o( some five minutes. fcVold and new." In this the burden. Thev must keep a sense
meMlh t .impelled to *omethinj definite in the courae reversina their vahicles and allow- more th-r. one paswiaer allfhttxl children showed wh^t h^pptucJ ot proportion, and leprosy it only
of a day or two. meanwhile w*j ing fr# passage, bus and lorry from the bus coming from the \0 a person alected wtl ,, of the diseases me
->v engage each cily. and proceeded to complete the ,>, the past anu in
buy at thr higher price.
1 arc doing everything possible
Offers have been made by Cana- distribute current available *
dian exporters to local business- equally as poasil
men at attractive prices bul they V SMITH.
bad to letuse because there QtJMnl ItUsIM
would be no license Issued for The Barbados Eh
i-ort of Canadian pickled poration Ltd
H
Am inkoly
i'leaaa allow roe to call
ijl attention t *hj!
.rut subsidises
i be readily
community
is called upon to pay at the i
avhe another a- Satisfactory state of .
producers U* Pt few d...
inpany has been d.gging "
has tunnel from th
bee., buying- Cuban sugar instead bury Road along Barbarecs Road.
other fn a flow of bbTsju, | >,irney on foot.
iiig that he should have
the riant nf w-v. with the result
that tin '..-
buses are held up for several
minutes, at no concern at all of
the respe. This Is

say between !l and 12 noon and

Five year-
have been twtitei
lng away
iiise, chairman of Ihe British "f*11
traffic Empire red- PUe*ts. over St

HESI
TriHitmrnt of Lrproty
>re in Barbados wheie
les have been made
r ot patients in
Hospital, a recent letter


.1 at either end oMhe arc thus lng"attontn to the emclency of represent the first ti.. .
^Iphone drugs In the treatment become a mighty flood A,
PICS.
I Good Cause on
-
1
prosy Re-
.. which for 2b
\ear has joined handg
ho are fighting leprot.-
wssssss the Empire. It is a hap-

thin the pov-i
one of us to give hope to mow?
no have been >
BARB.
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IrSpeeiaU
HHt Y1H It lH\l<
. 6m
JACOB CBACKna
PIAMUT BUTTER
unreal
BOLOGNA SM
,I.AD in tim
liANDWICH SPREAD
ANCHOVY PA
DUTCH CHEESK
1-Ib. tin MILK POWDER
.91.
FRESH VEGETAUI.hS
Kensington Grown
OX-TAII.S, RABBITS
IAWJS
38 SM?
DUTCH BO

ORDER EARLY FROM
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^r
,>T|-R|).\V. JAM AltV 21, ia^.1
LOCAL NEWS
1111. K.UtHADOS AIIMX'ATr
EGGS WONT HATCH
fOR LACK OF POWER
THE ELECTRIC CUTS caught housewives unpr~-
^d. Bui yesterday when the news that the cuts started
7 davs ags would continue for a long time, shopper*
a,rted a run on candle supplies, kerosene lanterns uxj
olner alternative forms ..I lighting.
Appeal Court
Uphold Two
Decisions
Housewives told the 'Advocp'-"
Li' 'h* cuw hBd "ected them in
w i-ren' W'1VS nc sa,d ">< th*
children could not prepare then
lessons for next day. Others Sftre
afraid lo lay in a store of flying
fish in the afternoon for next day
since they thought that the re-
frigerators would be unable to
give them any appreciable ser-
vice.
One young husband fed his
baby by torchlight. A seamstress
was disappointed because she
could not finish a costume which
Decisions of His Worship Mr. a baby had to wear to christen-
b a Talma and His Worship ing next morning.
jgr E A. McLeod were upheld Those who depended upon elec-
^gMday by Their Honours M' tnc clocks for learning the time
jTjl Taylor and Mr. H. A. * temporarily "out of date."
VmkMii vt the Court of Appeal. Some city men who enjoy a
h7r Honours increased a line morning shave with an electric
E?Ld by Mr. E. A. McLeod razor have laid in a stock of safety
^"1; ._ in- raZOI lllau and rfirnrc in <"..
Increase One Fine
ftm/- to 40/-
rWil Thompson, an ex-P....
wU found guilty of having as-
Milted and beaten PC. 353
Uptley of District "E" <>n two
JJ^ions on August 20 by M
A. McLeod. Thompson was
*B*d 20 for the first ofTem
god that was confirmed, but Their utl
razor blades and razors in case
the cuts catch up with them early
in the morning.
A farmer who runs a chick-
en incubator Is worried that if
the supply fe rut off for any
length of time, he may lose
several hitting* or eggs.
Now that it is known th3t ih
the
tea !
h;,v
Haneurs Wt that
iftnce was a case of continued ,ne emergency.
fgnssiveness and merited .1
Javier tine than the 20/- Mr.
sjcUod had impose 1
Hi, Worship M.. H. A. Talma
kid dismissed ' case which
Jfcompson brought against Lash-
ll* who, he contested, hod as-
nulted him.
Thompson appealed against the
dertSKMis of the Appeal Court in
the three cases.
Mr. E. K. Walcott. K.C.. rep-
imntri Lashley.
The fracas sta.tei when thrt
really started again.
there is no lack of preparation for
"Emeline"
Damaged
In St. Lucia
"Radar" Braves The Storm
PAGE FIVE
PARISH
ROUND-UP
Small Blaze
In Rockier
B*. Miihael.
Markeu and

Busber'5 Alley is ^nor
I largest Wayside *erdJr
the centre of this f^Wey.
One thousand bags of rice, 500
bags oi charcoal, 75 wallaba posts,
twomen who had not been friends 20 pieces of furniture and four
for many years, as Thompson packages of personal effects, the
caid. met in the clerk's quarters cargo of weather beaten schoon-
of the Lower Courts. Thompson er "Emeline", arrived in the is-
stid that Lashley had tapped him hu>d yesterday by motor vessel
Vf-STERIMY MOBNINCi. on Prince w,m ,.., . lh,
motor car (I 2211 driven b, J.me. . rnnton , g, ,.,., |u>
underpin, hi. driver, mm. became involved in an ||||| |
"it* the car Burton ot Slrathclrde. St. Michael. Plclare ua. taken x few
momenU ilm the accident took place.
OB bis back, a tap which he dl.l
pot take to be a friendly gcMur
and lie pushed him.
Tale Of A
That Died
Free Trade Recommended
' By Customs Commissioners
heforc 5 o'clock yes-
nftemoon resident 5 in
some taking their babies
Alley a Dry Goods Store has for a walk, others enjoying ai
sprung up. The Store, which afternoons swim, we-.
bears the name of Chase's Dry Dy a Dr*ght flame Goods Store, is housed in the h,h up between two electric pole*
building where Mr. Olton's Barber al tnr corner of the Rockley
Shop was once situated. Coast Road and Dayrells Koadj
Those who walk through the 'n the short space of ten min-
Alley in search of various vege- "***. the word flew around 'an
tables, step into the Store oc- electric wire above the roaJ .s
ciisionally for other articles. on fire." The entire neighbour-
The loss of a pair of shoes hood turned out en masse and De-
valued $7.00 was reponed by cupanta of cars and 04
Norman Rooke of Lake's Folly. cl" slowed down to have .1 look
He stated that the shoes were al the blaze.
taken from his shoemaker's shop The Electric Company .,nd the
at the same address between Fire Brigade were informed soon
Thursday and yesterday. They after the blaze was noticed. On
were the property of Emerson closer inspection it appeared that
mil of Kensington New Road. on* of the fuse boxes suspended
...__, *. between two poles was well aligit
t hrisl clmrrh. When the Christ and the white hot name scorched
Church Boys' Foundation School the wooden -.upport between the
''%i its Urst term this week two poles.
-;.*irr ihe new Headmaster, Mr. Spectators looked helpless!
'- H Skeete, B.A, B.C.L., 70 new on, as the blaze grew worse. As
9* were enlisted. For abom' suddenly as it started, the blare-
iwo years the School has had no disappeared completely, as the
Prefects but six Prefects will bo Electric Company aware of the
elected shortly incident cut the pi .
It il understood thai' the present In about live minutes time the
i.ictually unable to cope Fin- Brigade under Cap* PrMI
MrVJ..H '"T*!""18 .^h001 S011 KW " *" *"> -,,,u niade
7,Rrllh Ashby. until recently u brief inspection Traffic was bssU
ing on the btaff, ana it ig another (Kteen minute^, Uj dU-
..micipaiea tnatthe Staff will be perse the crowd wr33
^Sfr-i."10?^- ^______ we)l v" h""dred strong
The Chru.' Church Girls' Foun- ^____ *
oation benool took in 28 new Ci 1 n n. ,,_
pupils this term, and with its Roll 9lOlO I(M) V IU<*|1 K<}
"' 141. il is AUed to capacity. a r
Inere are seven Prefects 10 keep 'me ot la "" ^ pa"" Lrf
the School in order moniiuy insta.ments o: i pc.
A new Founda.ion School, which SUSS ^ in aWau'1 Ihrw "wnin*
will accommodate 780 bovs and ",ll>r,s*,nment was imposed o..
16. is contemplated, but it was ,\JU WoniP Mr. E. A. Mc-
learnt yesterday that no atifempt r^?H >'"lay hen he wa,
has been made so far to choose !?da *^\y * "if""'"* "*
a .site or erect thi* school This L a "* valued 3 4s oa
new school will have an increase i,',P5er1y * S* K Musajni i
of 420 places over the old one.
In the last estimates $175,000
was provided for the erection of
the new school.

mtmmmmm
HARRISON'S-broad st.
a
NEW SHIPMENT AT
THE OLD PRICES.
MASONITE"

Sons Ltd.
T. B. Radar" and "Daerwood".
The T. B. Radar" brought only
the rice.
Thr "Emeline" was damaged in
bad weather around mid-Januarv
while bringing cargo from British
(.in.ma to Barbados and limpeci
into VIeux Fort, St. Lucia.
,,. ... r Captain Hazel! of the "T. B.
Pit* I hflf I llPtfl liadar" '"'d the "Advocate" yes-
rig 1 Ilttl 1/ICU ,Prday that he left the "Emeline1
at Castries badly leaking and
Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tay- also with the foresail and half
Jar and Mr. H. A. Vaughan yet- of the mainsail completely lost
today confirmed a decision of The crew were kept busy all
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, judge of day. he said, using three pumps
KM Petty Debt Court. Mr. Hun- to keep the vessel afloat. The
arhell had entered judgment for vessel's two pumps could not do
IV defendant Louise Tyrell ot all and another was brought into
m Hill, St. Michael, in a case use. Part of the cargo of rice was
h which Arrundel Holder; a destroyed by the incoming wa- Colonies cannot be
pan.laor of Weetbury road ter. The necessary repairs to the beneficial. Freer commercial ex-
las claimed 10 damages. vessel will be effected at St. Lu- change between them \
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared c'a- a more varied economy
Ba 1 Unusual Weather
11.1 j. .-_. - "Not for a long time have I
JJHbout*tapitromTyrcll mcl wea,her ]lkc J have ,_
E 1 w J n "S,ed "Z onced on "" ,r'P'" so111 Captain
MR later. Mr. Brancker argued Hazell.
kit tke pig had been given glau- On Tuday the T. B. Rodar"
m alts the morning on that left St. Lucia. lor Barbados. When
H tint It wai bought and he about 20 miles oft- VIeux Fort. nsc" >**">"on there il the aues-
1 ack weather.
Ty:ell saul thai it was rus- The Captain returned to St.
rr for her lo give pigs ,.t l.ucin and reached the same night.
s Ho met the weather even worse
lil- ning bock. The tossing of
THE COMMISSION of the British Ca.ibboan Customs
Union has reached complete agreement, and recommend-
ations have been made to the Secretary 1 Slat,- for the
Colonies which it is hoped will be acceptable to the various
legislatures concerned and lead to the early establishment M">" standfast reporajd that ho
Four acres of second crop ripe
cones were destroyed by o tiro
ut unknown origin which occurred
al Wotton Plantation, at oboui
r.18 pjn. on Thursday.
Tho canes are the property of
Ml Q s Kvelyn and lire insured.
-PEGASUS"
FLOUR,
Alcoa l>iuu.
ol lour to iiip ! rhwntMj .venina Aln tn
^i nwat i**. c*
fom. >>*|.. inWi...
PIlM.
I .. .
iIiiMi.
il. MSM IJH.-1. A. Co.
BRINGS
MILK
iroucni .*oo bM
THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES
2.GRADESHARD BOARD AND
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
Each in Two Thicknesses 'a" and 3/IC
Ai.iil.ihlo in Sheets:
': 7: S; 9 and 12 It. x 4 ft. Wide
"MASONITE V THICK HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL
TO !V ORDINARY WOOD.
IT CAN BE PI...NED. SAWED. POLISHED OR
_ PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR
SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED.
It is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions.
Door Panels. Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops
Etc.
Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
PHONE 2364 FOR PRICES.
st j
Boreaford Gall
of customs union. Announcing this agreement In
release to-day the Commissioners record :
"t'ostonu union Implies that
all the members should have
subolanttally the same Import
tariff and that there should br
aa large a measure as pos-
sible of free trade within the
union area.
Bui b an integration of
requirements
ss.
UfKUrl
Mm
LADY NELSON-
MONDAY
I*d> N.lion''
DUE
The final moctlnii of tin
mission was held in Barbados
from the yth to the 19th .it Janu-
ry, iwo. In iddltton to Mr. J.
McLagan. the Chairman, and Mr.
ne J. (.iMlnfthcr, Second Commission-
was wounded, with a stone,
I'.v ;m unknown man, white
he was on Tudor Street on *
Wo It was learni' yesterday that ti.
Dl in this Parish are not dln*r Au*';n ** Co., Ltd.
up to Ihe standard of last year's.
II Is onte the January rains that *>* V ..uft
have revived these crops. *<.ttl&
One planivr said that hi
niKUy frt.m Halilai
N.nriprn IiUi.o..
hi i
il. (imuHta and TtinidM.

ii,
(BarbadtM Advorate Jan || p- ,
tif ill ihe ". lnc following representatives never witnessed better January BAHBAIH>s v Jamaica"
other than attended: rains than these of thU year. It is (Taken from the ><,.,' tri**.-.
- undersloori th* Pnrtanr. u.-.li ,ir' i.-._,.. .--. .------ trient l*~r '
Mr. E. J. Petrie. Mr. U. A. T. understood that Porters wiil star.' io-ua> tne tour.____
ill (ottsi Williams (Barbados); Mr. J. L. Krindiof canes about the middle al Kensington Ov.u~i^"ween*ih'
which in natcher, O.B.I Mr B, V. n of February, weather permitting. Jamaica XI captained by Mr K
tably tend towards Moulding (British Uuiana); Mr. The Parish Is 11UI suffering from K Nunes and our repres'vniauv,-"
i British Honduras); "n acute shortage of fish. Rough under the leadership of Mr H B
- teas In this nrea are hampering O. Austin. It is vcrv manv ven[
ushing boats coHsidcrU>.
turn will
creating conditions inviting close:
political unity.
Common Practices
Allied to any scheme for closer
to pitch the roof f her During'the llnai pull for Bar- mo" '"'"T* WOU'l! i01*. *??n Monlcgo Bay, J
Hue and *he was obliged to sell bados. the weather had improved Bf laW'ur!i a''a b_r^n* lo ,he tember 1947. Its tarn
Pig young. very little. Wcsl Indlc, a mucn needed -
..T>*r Honours decided that the Ten passengers were on board *".,?,'___,
jfun wM a matte,- of chance and ihey could not put their heads ^J^?!??"? ,,s f CTP''.C
d;il *as not for Tyrell to know outside their cabins. Some of i^.h*ffi.P't~c*l.,M**
l tnere was anything wrong with them got seasick. No
* Pg Even doctors had to cut ct
n glauber salts. The iiy
r sick since she had it and
norninii tefore the sale
tlon of the desirability of having
common customs laws, common
customs practice and documenta-
tion, common tariff structure and
lenclatur
(ration for
il K. Mi
Mr S Bloomberg (Jamaica) Mr.
L. P. Spence. .Mr. A. T. Shill
(Trinidad); Hon. E. A. Thomp-
son (Leeward Islands); Hon. W. O.
Peters 'St Kitta-Navii i; Mr. D. R.
Walwyn (Montserrat); Hon. L.
Cools-UirtiKiie (W i o <1 w a r d
Islands); H I
inica);
St. Uearge. An accident oc-
curred on Constant Road at aboui
7.15 ajn. on Thursday between a
bicycle owned and ridden by
Gordon Topfcin of Kcnda), St.
since a Jamaica team visitei
Jhu island, and few Bcttva crto-
ketera of the present day re-
member that visit.
Having had so litUe intcrcoum
with our northern friends ano
having built up a reputation foi
Mr. K CUtteM Knlsjht, John, and another hicycle ownetl ourselves us cricketers amoiiK
It II .| .lit.* Hull \ I' 11 -anai Piilellkn K.. 011. lltt_>._ _( nllue _ J____. .
statistical
, .linn- (."*!. i/*t n. i in i^ao.iiK i a _. .
--------............ _u. ,t the vessel forced bags of rice Into &ch f .,hcsc requirements has
M eaten with its usual vljou.- the hulk head and caused some f!**'""' 'h. careful attention nf
M. R. K n ,.
lassi- Baynes (St. Lucia); Hon V
Anher (St. Vincent).
Asked
99
interference with the engine.
the Commission and although Ihe
Term-. >( Krfrrcnce
The Commission was apitointed
n 194B by the Secretary of State
llitvitv.uibc TTJ.a. ..IV CIIEIttV- f% *I# ^-s^ .\r ... .nviim.1 ir.
Their Honours The -T. B. Radar" left St. Lu- Commission is optimistic enough ,or lhc CololliM [ollowlng
___x. ___---- __ sax nallswai Ihol Ifos i>aiu\f4 s.-.M S\ji ...
.unusual to c|. the Thursday following and '" . Ill be
St. John. The loss ol a pit I
i Ih
MO
commendation hy the Conference nxe . reported by Lewis
and ridden by Fltz Wharton ot other and nearer colon __
Dash Valley. optimisu may be apt to" aa
Toppin'.s head and lip were in- that we are rather likely to ns
jured while the cable of Whar- better exponents of the lame
>.Ie was damaged. than are our visitors. From ihe
display Ihey made on the urounds
id yesterday how.
HARRISONS
//-VAW/AWAi
aether it was not
*plgi weighing 132 pounds, reached Barbados 'midnight "the *cc*PjWe * a who'e it.feels that on Ooasr AaaoeiarJon of tha Brtt- Mayers of l^gecltffe. Mayers said have < -oine to the"onciusiinUtn*t
ill said that she wanted shin- same day. acceptance merely of these com- ijh Wert intuan Colonies held at *" the axe was taken from the Jamaica team is j powerful
those capable of judging
PW animals before they could
Ute death to anything.
could be done, so passengers and
Three Wills
Admitted
To Probate
Unless there is give and take
union Is impossible It was in
such a spirit of co-operation tha,
the Commission faced its dllllcult
task and it is hoped that a like
spirit will prevail in the minds
if those who are requin
labours."
rew ate tinned foods and bread.
Sea water broke over the bridge
of the vessel, which is about 20
feet high.
211-Hour Trip
The trip took 20 hours. Captain
Archibald of the "Daerwood"
said that he experienced similur
weather but he did not fare as jn" judgment on thci
badly as the "T. B. Radar". The _______________
m'ThStrs" cvered ,hc d,8lance FIVE FELL OFF LORRY
Other cargo of the "Daerwood" ^^r^K^^rh.?^?.^
was comprised of tresh fruit. inr ic,M). \>tn. drim * ivn waiMtn
coconuts and pumpkins while aa taiwill llsae, CtwM cinirch bom
that of the "T. B. Radar" w "Z.'l.trZX'io*.*. v.,n a..-
harcoal. fresh fruit. COCOnUtS ir.fc,n. Krn.xUi Mawvar.l n d JoUph
Df*K>. all ol PMmorv Vill*c. ChrMi
Both vessels were at their "Jg .^*3;,r[S3-,i,,'^!v~r"
Court of niyl'in^.* B*lu"* berths in Uie inner basin of tho csrtl Jrd.r mid ih. a.
lie oetnun. J,i .. Careanam yesterday discharging n... ... ..!..,,. ,, imo ..i ..... ,.
ttUBth ?"' Si brojghl bv Ihe T. B. Radar" was S, .,... .,,.. i,d ti.. ...u
K-;'ls;rri"fdmlnc1i'rr. -*
S<-p- Foster Hall Road on a day last
week. It is tho property of tho
mea~ ence an 1m la consul- Water Works Department.
,form- ,. lallon with ihe ';.
Custom, union is a complicated ,he ,erritones in tha British Carlo- ' Jow*. The lo of a wallet
and opan arca the ,., ^s. valued 1/6. a bag valued I/*.
:ooking '" I'co,ncl1'l'.w v";vln* "l tobUshment of a cualoms union containing J2..4 was reponed by
.5 needs of all the constituent tern- and lt) makp recommendation. Agnes Knight of Airy Hill. Sho
tones demand, a high degree of lvith spoclrii rrs.lr , UI :i. artlcaai were taken and the motion is apt to rem
d compromise. ,.,, eaaurinj unlformllj In ad- from her basket on Sugar Hill for day. after the voyager ha
combination, strong I
with no tail and possessed of a
very powerful battery of bowl-
en tin Monday our visitors had
not nl i.'covered their sea lea.;
and seven days' tossing in a .mail
I rail like ihe "Remellk Is a oil
rsperience to be remembered,
J"* petiUons for Letter. ..f
""hMion were granted and
WU ol thiee iieoule were
"KM to.probate by HI. Hon-
>6e Chief Judge. Sir Allan ann *Plc'
On
at yeilerday's sitting
*om. non to the estate of
lather Ida Marie Helena
Orlmth late of Uul
air rW*.w" M< unadmlnls.
" oy Samuel CArastophar
"JJ ueeeased', late husband.
Wbon of Sylvi.,,, Allan Wil-
_^ of uppcr Cnnlon s,
ff,7,?n,*k'l-1"il'''''slateof
S/lidia Poster late of Upper
spoilt.

THE PINE HAS 19
MEGCRETE HOUSES
WORK on the Government fouling Scheme
I"......,n the northern side ol the site Occupied by the flood
victims, i.s going on apace. The houses in their colourings
of light blue, pink, etc., with the white streak between the
megcrete blocks out of which they are being constructed,
present a charming picture.
laiTou',0*""' ,0' "" "*"' ""'" "' *"" '" ,
&J K. W.lcolt, K ?n "Bmldinp of two, three and four "ouk. a unit., divided into four
-*** Me..,. Hutchinson rooms aregoing up ^id the blocks *"'> "^ '' J I two.
Mao- St. James.
Jut,,*
of Leonard Clement
of Upper Carlton. St
""wife Beatrice Ruth Desen-
. wuium, j,to o( tWi Iitand< Ujd out
,5^ Walcott,
' sanflMtt h**ssrh' Hutchinson rooms are going up and
La*.
niiiustr.ition ami ttisto'ns Road sometime last week.
(b) the aalacUon and ti s'- Luc>. Both Fmnicld and
nacaaaair staff Cinclud- Spring Hail Factories, it was
ing thi- stall I'm hi oda- learnt yesterday, ure exp'rted to
qt|ata nvlee); i.an grinding canes mind 'he
(C) the | nit- 'ii Of this month. The IS <>r
egard to Tore F_states .supplying fatrlWl
with canes all show shins nf very
premising crops.
A.' Fairfleld. Mount Gay. Trents.
Broomefleld and other Estates ol
the Mount Gay Company. jraiM
wore harvested recently and good l
ilted.
stepped down the side of the shi
THIS CHAP LOOKS
PLEASED WITH LIFE !
HE SMOKES
"DOBIES"
FOUR SQUARE PIPE
TOBACCO.
the :
n.ments who
venue would
the introduction of
toms union; and
the special needs of the
British Virgin Islands.1'

PIGEON CHOW
The most nutritious Food thai run he
had for MjMfjg
One of Purina's hcvt, ;iiiil nhtainable at - -
H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.
rprented the p.- mak. it possibl. ti ^t them in a " ,'ttd,ofX*S.Wm," ve
each ol the ca*. .u^i.ingly short, time. no*r* ? Xol uS"
1*'''Jn,...ed,ourh.h...r. t.^ U^ST-viS. tL' "r ..tln^countr.v-.de ,n the d..,^.
iif u ,'.,IM ''" Prubauj.were terday
rj1?'.....-" KunicofWe the en
xx. "-"" Church. Jgarthi ing is
Church.
mffton late <,( :;i.
and Rebecca Lovell late
HUflL
_. that the average time :
erection of a two-room build-
the neatly arranged houses In
their pretty colouring, a few
"' ;nh;eeU;or.Toura.^,ad,hy.,i;,,,rnd -id, away, ** the green Aeld,
a four-room, five days. o*10*
EMEMBER THE
BATH
More To Come
The Uvku*
egrets
raport of
^Plxaring in the Ad-
li " "ecembcr 23rd,
2'h?wV\1,ro,*'nc- be-
*touT rE*.*; Mr H A
5*1 .k Advocate re-
5J>~ mls.ke and

,*" There u no
S^ht.eiKh a CM* h'*n
*fe CounT P0Ur0
Bodily Harm
Costs 1.)/-
About nineteen buildings have
already gone up and the founda-
tions for several others have bean
laid.
The two-room building has a LLOYD BERR1S was fined 15/-
bedroom and living-room: the anJ 2'- costs to be paid in 14
three-room. Iwo bedrooms and a days or one month's imprisonment
living room, and the four-room, of by His Worship Mr. H A. Talma
which there is only one as yet. vesterday for inflicting bodily
three bedrooms and a living-room, harm on Caspar Collymore of
In each building are provided a Green'* Lane,
kitchen, two cupboards in the
ing-room. d an apartment m CoUymure said he >
the bedrooms for the purpose of a friend's yard on October 10 about
wardrobe. A sanitary unittoilets 3 30 pjn whan B<
and bathsu built in the centre the yard and struck him on his
or close by a group of four or face.
BIG REDUCTIONS
LADIES BATH CAPS
Reduced from
3/6 to 2/-
Secure i
From all Branches
KNIGHTS LTD.
27 inches wide. Per
Spring clean and
redecorate
we have new slocks of
CONGOLEUM
in squares and by the yard
I 1M
J10.47
S12.23
S1397
CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. ltd.
10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
HOLIDAYiX Deliveries can be arranged in the U.K. for one of these popular
VAUXHALL CARS
WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. ----- VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy.
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PACE six
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATF
CARL ANDERSON
REMEMBEB -
?HO STICKY ->
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HPMRV
MICKEY MOUSE
WALT DISNEY
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BY CHIC YOUNG
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BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
* VCU CLTMAT\W*y
about rs crtx-WMv
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HfiMTMEtlA.' .i/7
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nouriahing fooda today! Nourish-
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""'Wi'
Castor OH ihould case*.
e nai^l tmsweaLTt*,
bs quit. an. J
shame u "
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ins Couch. Disease of o.
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CLASSIFIED ADS. j!,BlM^
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PI'BLW SALES
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a if*
-HCTION
I MtKSERVED Al'CTION SALE
HOUSK Monday iw, .. ,
"" A'"" Mr -| |j|7 aVl.si-*,
i

THANKS
-g*Tsl>vel * lc thank
1 tympaUii'- -
Sown
i to Ihe death "1 VARY
f-TtaN Millar -eon*'. Clarl**
"S^n, Jr.hn.on and Edith
J^lilwtftitani. CUuda Blenman
Cicil ''
W"
no)
31.1.50-In
L- teur "... JK** of
IS.. IJUrk Bor". Ttllly c-
m with Uuntu it"-
|W grtBpatr.V tanderod them in
-^apt btlMVMntnl KTMiomd by
jSb"! Mr Hobcrt n
I tk ui>*ni|nM gratefully return
a. t. family and fjland* al*o "
CV tggg wf4*4l and .tympalhlaad
^Til attended "" 'eral "<
-rttizAiirrii roc* ot Near to*.
Si U,n on 3F.h Dftnb.r. 1MB.
Rock; Clil
^LV Wilfred Hoc*: Amy Rock.
r uhendi El*a Rock 'grand-
-MBTUm of -
EVES "ho IjsCJMrtra IhU lite
, S an
Tun In the l*t*\rt* of ihoae you
H mi to die.
I Km 11.1.3ftIn
ImIM mf-moiy l Our
. who dIM 1UI Januaty 1444
, WW* of "v wlgr nl crlcl
(Mmtt turn* back every leaf
LfUaill to W cone
HVMor., bul inctnoi!
lenivg Children. Carmen. Charlie,
to* Evelyn Goodrtdg*-.
a1.i.**v to.
ertf lolr rtiemor) -I our near
AMELIA MHJ IP ho dB
| tha> 111* on January 20. 1939.
M
I the path she trod
iW Ik* year. - '"d her
| M\r the ml 'Hit (Jod
*n Millar ihuab
jajryi
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
I^rdrr. Kllrhrn Di
l*. 3-Duwr Va|vi
tt-m-
AucUon*r
___________. J0tM.-2n.
TAKE NOTICE
OLow-aruAD--
3>i!ll*. ! iupii. u
on applhMllon al nw ofc
Dtod thU ITlh d*y of jtnuuy IMi
O C WILUAJM.
__________"otmrrof Tr4 Marks iA.t
Virgins Children Love
Red Bean Soup
The School Lunch Programme of the Virg.n Islands of the
United States, run for all children in public and parochial
shook) aims to gtn each child a good meal daily.
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
By loMttirtton. from Mra. Vtma who
lol of houMhold rumiiun .1 St mi'
*n J,?' jJJ^^u!.,. ,,0X1."&
T.nilfo" '~;"a ,"^'"n"o"n' AnSfSS:
S ci o~ r* ""'V ",ma **
D'ARCV A. SCOTrT^
AtMUOMar,
..________________II I-30.-4I.
RE*t P*rr*TF
^^r?"* '" I"bl^n>ofl beard
BLTlyyarga iss?
v"?ov,'l,T'5.1,-"g-"
_______ II I -
TAKE NOTICE
MEIXO.KUtM"
LiL^l! ^rt" M'nu'"urtn C
r.Til tf* i^T1*1 Hl" Oacl
5S2S2t-.*JT' "* pp"*d ,or ,h
racialrallon of a trad. mart. i con.
"Cllon with -Tabl Maratlnr" ani
" un* monlh from Ihr ,Hh da* nl
' " mMnilma glv no'.lc* in dnplic.ita
torn* my oAc of oppl.ltion of nicti
ilraik>n. T> i^do ,.. ,
"tn on application at my oV*
OaWd Ihta JIth day of J.nJLy/w?
G C WILLIAMS,
K*|litr of Trad* Martta .A*.'
__________ .l Ml3.
FOIl RENT
HOUSES
FLATS f'.lly furntshad with ftefrtc-
craior and Unen al Indramar. Worthln*. j
'' "*'_______________III fLfJa. 1
IIOI'SEAt Worthlnx Oolf Club Rd
J. ,?"2r)?n App, Andw Evvlyn
Golf Club Rd. or Dial MM.
NOTICE
. TendVra aro invltad for Ihe ciclu-
'lv. rtrht to aall liquor* ,t, Md
t" aer\'e luncha. and iMt at Km-
nnauin oval durlnf: the Tourna-
ment. (ApproKimatclv from >bru-
"ry Tih to Krtniaf> 2UI |
Ttda are a bo invited for tha>
tronaportatlon ..f the BtiUnh Guiana
Team from Abbeville Gueat Houn
to me oval .iunr.it the tournamvnL
Tcndera mu* raa.h the tindcrilimrd
C. F. Hanikon Jt Co/. Office
V?! U,"_,h*n-* "> Monday
"icrolo. contalmni i Acre. 2 Rood.. 31 ,
>*i Michael Idaaily .ultabl* for dp-
xlopment aa a Buildlna Eitatt-
In.pectlon any day except Sundiv.
I^lwa^n lb. houra of t X am. fZTttfi
I in. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m on apnli
ralkm to Mr. Ronnie Glllan. on -h-
pmnjM. Dial SHI
Thr above property will be art up for
Drldaviown, on Friday jrn lebruary IMO. at I JZa. V '
For further particular, and Condition-,
' *' SP'V 'o 'he undermenod: -
COTTLE. CATFORJJ CO
___________________ H.l.SdIJn
kr> paiwnt. krhaa ind kind
. ..einory you'va left
r awtaf amUe. rour jentle fac<
> oa Dear A.Lan. >oiar taak ia at
1 awing lunda van do no more
-
Uat Almighly m>ni tlieo
Ml and eternal
, Charlie. Lana
Mir (,!..,. 'ioodrtdM (wtlvl
ana Jean (Children I.
iMaaai; ol EUUl.^K .\I.on/.A
HAN iJackapa
I Jaauan JIM IMS
I #ji aia.r. u-.-aT.ii ui bui-t thai

aftriMi bagln to nng
natfa.bMr It Ihy vkClory
*UV Whore ..
1 t Iwai II,r . . ,,i our Deal
I ... -
kMrki on heavan'a door.
wtl at renumbered m Buby
I (wilei Bain
UpM. Gra.. ..,,.
i Mil. i unaii) .;,'...
JtXA. fiiin plt..e Capri
Hill SAI>
mOTIVE
-v-t eat
I ttD," 4th \venur. Marine
Oardcn*. with about lO.tOQ aquare feet
of land will be -ered or aalt at the
?^*^. "',U|"" "nder-iane*: on Thuradav.
the 2nd day of February. IMO at 2 p.,,,
Thla freehold dwelllnahouae con taint
aallcry. 2 public rooma. kitchen and
pantry on around Boor and 3 Mdrooma
bath etc. on flrat door.
Rieciric. aaa and water aarvkcea.
The houa* hai recently been renovated
tVon *c,"",*d ""^ ln **cellent condi-
bv appointment with Mrs.
. 8. Bynoe. Dial 1310.
Further particulam and condlllona of
MM apply m
COTTLE. CATTORD Ar CO .
Sollcllora.
21.1 JO.lln
January 33rd.
The AMoclaUon don not bind I
lf to accept the lownt or ai
tender.
THE DARRADOS CRICKET
ASSOCIATION INC
W F IIOYOS.
ntonoraxy SacreUry.
l.St-a,
NOTICE
Wa bag io thank our cuatom*r for
lat patronace and to advlaa that
hall not ba receivi
HOUSft-Fuiiv fumaahad al Woodatd*
c.rden.. nay St. Mid-February lo June
I hone 3la> n | atan
month. PhOn* 44.1.
IS*t f
"NEWHA\'EN". Crana Coaat. full?
lumlahad. OaragM Sarvant Rooma
Superb bathing beach, rabruary. March.
June. November; 1-ecembar; $m 00 per
i-wnth. Phone 447- e.l.Mt f.n
CIJ:RKIrnrnadialaly Junior Clerk for
mVw Salary Mw 00 to S 00. Depend -
receiving any Laundr>' :.t lB on QuallfkaiUoaa and eKperierce
eatabiimment altar today, at we are f"ucceful applicant mutt aaaum* duClat
,-?,*'* ^lr"i'" 'ho Wt. inat. All thoaa * 1" Fobruary. Apply in paraoii with
*ing Laundry there are requeated to written application to the Secretary
call for aarna on or before 2Mh mat. Rrkalafn Broa. Bay Street
11,1 iii;imi niMim J____________ 21.1 SO-3n
19 1 .l:i '
The meal congiits of normal
portions of protein, vegetable and
fruit, one large slice of butterexl
bread and a glass of milk. This
meal is served once a day in I vuv
child m Bt riiu.'t...s ad St. John
who wishes to participate in the
programme. There is na 'hargc
for this sen-ice. At flrst tho
children found It difficult to en-
Joy the vegetables which wero
served, but It has been noted that
now there is some improvemer:
in the acceptance of a varied diet.
The most popular dish served in
the programme is red bean soup.
faraway st. puiid coaat. Mitt 9" day* whw this '* rved, all
fumiahed. Oaraajaa. Sarvant Rooma. plates arc cleaned and the child*
Bathing beach Fre*. March iM. s I ren completely satisfied. This re-
[fleets the eaUng habits of the
,children who have been condi-
tioned to this diet. An attempt
has been marie to include in thu
dish vegetable juices and totnn-
toes to reinforce the vitamin con-
tent. Along with this programme,
it seems imperative that a scheme
of education on the value ol
various food items be introduced.
Teachers, parents and Hot Lunch
workers can contribute to chang-
ing food habits in the children by
maintaining a positive attitude In
encouraging children to eat vege-
tables. The children enjoy milk
which Is served daily. They Ukt>
dried fruits, meats and che*se
dishes. Last year fresh fi*h was
Brved and this proved a favour-
ite. Another popular dish is
Spanish omelette prepared with
a creole sauce and served with
spiced beets. It is interesting to
note that the children of kinder-
garten level enjoy all foods. It
can be said with ecrtainn that
since the beginning of the Hot
Lunch Programme, the nutritional
level of the children has improv-
This is bound to bear fmr
V iUE
MMIMIM
WANTED
Old Kali:
! Carliale H
_._____ TO LBT I
ESPERANZA Fully fumiahed 1 bed
looma, drawing room, kitchen etc
rompiete with trtgldalr*. Hi mllea from
PrldgWown. and on the lovaty
- .mat Beach Apply: Mra J A
I-onealar Oarage. Mount Standfaal
Jama* or Phone SI-J3.
___^_____________________11.1 Mn
at
WAITED
HELP
SERVANT--A general, arrvant witn
good knowledge of cooking. Reference
cq u I red. Apply WOODVAKE. Plna Hill
>t Michael. S0I.M3n
IN PORT ^choonar Holly N Jooar
''' Sch. Bakruaan, s. AIoM
Scott. Sch Francaa W. Smith. Sch. Marl-
S* **" Wnl" v'n A*glnald N WaUaca,
Sch JUrea rnnetta. V.cht IWa.e. Svh
Sch Barca
ARRIVAU
a^K-ri*^rwoo-'".M IO, n*t' Capum
iX^boh1,. Inm . Lucia Aaent.
8*l??^^,0wnr Aaaoefatlon
-** ,T n *' ton. net. capt.
Haaell. from SI Lurta. Agent D L
Johnaon. Eaq.
cAf m *.' Mil lona net.
lapi uornn, from Brttlah Guiana.
Agent. DaCoata Co. Ltd
__ DSPARTI BKM
Sweoiah Banauentlne -Sunbeam" ?M
lona net. Captain Beetkland, for MarU-
net.
nlqua Aaanu DaCorta Co., I-.d
m.\. "Lady Patricia 291 ton
Captain King, (or Trinidad Agent _
Johnaon. Ea<|.
ror at. l.ucu: Mc. W. D. W.,d,n
For Domtntrar Mr .nd Mr. C R How-
oolham. Mn. A. CobboM Mr P A
(oObold M, M MMmII.'. Mr | ||
5rn M. A D Bovd. Mr R II jr,.
55 1' W Po,>''- x s T. Lmt
"o3 'infiM-*- Sl"l""''d
MFo' Monlr*rr.l .1,. j. HMr. Mr A
l-or Anlt.u. Dr .nd Mr. L. R lluUor,
^r Bormuda: Mr and Mr. A. Or-
for Do.lon: Mr. F. T. Bum.
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION"
_.,u,,f.n,.,. ,k1b. .'zzztts:, L!t-.sr"2",v .'*??
;t"a
Bl MUrM U; s a Dulvmrtljk SS
^ ,- Fn*r1<*: *-. lUarlam; Whir* (*V,V,
M V Ifn^uay: S S Vin.irn M V K M. a
Itr^l. 1J Caao HoohSrS> ti. A.",'"' '
XV. Mormactid.. 9 s
Haclftc Shipper.
h*gnhlld: SM p p,uU. ss Powe
Jf'S^'-fta?' I?"': * L"td* q^or:
ir. L= ph""",haT: S S Fdeniield, S S
King Ptonaarreaf; SS Oottlca: SS Cait-
I'*BWi t8 B 3*". S Forreabank.
S S Alcoa Roamee; S s Rnordar M V
- Helena. SS Mo*l; SS
B Nomaaa: S S
Atlantic Prod'fcer. 9 S
.-jlppar: S S. Defoe: m y
sT Kallhr^ a 8 Bu,n,rn "'" s^
| Clean
ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM
WANTED: Young Lady with know-
Ofc or shorthand and typing for general
^>fhce work. Apply in writing lo I.. J
ttniiama. Marketing Co.. Ltd.. Br;a
Slreal. 1S.1.S* T
THE undersigned will offer for Sale *t
'heir ofnee in Jamea Slratet. nridgeio-n
on Friday the 271h day of January UJO
at I p m.
Thp Dwelling Houac called "DEUIJ^H"
nia the land thereto belonging containing
J7 ?"'* ' altuata at Haatlng-
C Mai Church.
The Dwelling llouaa compritwa Cloaed
Canary. Drawing and Dining Hoomi
[..It"...,!-. Drcaing Room. Toilet BaD
and Kitchen with Electric. Wafer. O,
M <',-1..,pa rggaallgc Scrv.nn i i(,.,,...
-lid Srrvant'a Tollat.
Inapccllon any day batween the hour*
of H a.m. and 4 p m. on appllcaiion on
i ha premiaea.
Fi>r further partlculara and conditlonx
ol Sale, apply to;
HUTCHINSON A BANFIEl^.
Solicitors
FOR SAI-E OR RENT Farley Hill.
it Pater Old Plantation houac with
"f-gr ballroom. Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooma ale Ideal for convart-
ng to residential club. For detail*
\lply to Bradahaw Company.
4.I.B0.tXn
For SalesConfc/
NOTICE
RC ESTATE OF
ALMA SMITTEN
NOTICE la hereby given that all par.
ona haviiiB any debt or claims againat
be Etlata of ALMA SMITTEN deccaaed.
'"}'?' ^c*m"'" Vllbiga. m the Pan.i,
' ^'Michael m this Island who died
'"., rt*<,* on ,he IJ"' *> of oclobei
raai agaj tWgggaaa |p |gnd pagilgngari
"f their elajgaj duly .itteated tVlh* un
?.?',,,fU*d ,'ucl*n Uoyd Lcorock, Station
Hill. St. Michael on or before the 7
day of April ISM after which dale
shall proceed lo dlslribuU the agaa
.'., J?* ,J*eaaaBd among lha parties a
tilled thereto, having regard only
such claim* of which I ahall then have
hag notice and I will not be Maple for
^?T! or *"y p*1"1 'haraol so louieu to any person of whose debt
"r *}am "" not lhan have had
And all parson* indebted to the said
eatalo ara raquaalad to acltla thW M,
debtedneaa without delay '
Dated this 7th day of January 1*30
I.UCIEN LLOYD LEACOCK
Qualified executor of the l>Ute nf
ALMA SMITTEN, deceaaed.
__________ 7.1.30on
I LOST A FOUND
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of DA COSTA INNtSS
ol i*an Gap, st utrhaal for permif-
ion to aa.l Spirits. Malt Liquor*. Ac
ai a board and shingle shop attached U
"J"*'"1 < Oap, SI. Michael
Datod this Ittn day of January IBM
E A. McLIOD. ^^^ "
Police MagutrBie. Dial 'A'
Signed LARETTA INNISS.
for Applicant
N.B.Thla application will be com.
' "V1." L'c""n Coun lo ba heat
':L^EZ *; otftrtet A", on Monday
the KHh, aay of January imo M( i
uclock a.m.
Police
-'OULTRY
UULTRY-U.S HOP White !.rr
ia. 8 week* old. From USA. Appi>
rValter MacLcan, Chapm....
SI. 1.8t m
9TO* T^.. Corg, ligh.-
Baaing Motor <>
*fi^ C B. Jo.,c^
"*>!* at.
nECHANICAL
MICVCLM: Herculea Silver King. o<
.mn. all modal* In green and in blaci
V Hame. Si Co.. Lid Dial 447S
BICYCLE- Mi Green 4 Spaed Raleigh
Apply Darnell Wevke*. Chapman* Lane
20 I SOJn
TYPEWRITEROne Underwood Stan-
dard Typewriter almost New. Apply to
. M Cl.rke, Jeweller. No. 12 Jamea St
21 I 60In
4ISCELLANL0US
CAltTS- Tun Crank Carl* and Har-
MMi Apply to The Manager Pitcher
.'onncl A, Co. -SJ Roebuck St
31.1 SOIn.
TYRES- Truck and Car Tyiea 790
I TOO a. 30; 30 K 5, 000 x IB. S00 x 1
O x lg. 400 x IS. 450 x 17: 9M x i
0 x IS. Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar St
20.1 SO- t I I
OFFICIAL NOTICE
HAItUADOS
IN Tilt AKSIHTANT COl'RT OF
APPEAL
itqalUblt li>ri.di<-||sn,
SF.IFF.HT RA.NLEIGH HOWARD.
Executor I I'laintiffi
of Will of JuUa Howard, Deceased.
ALliAN FREDERICK BROWNE
iDeftiitiai.i.
IN punuance of nn Order in thla Court
in The above action made on the lth
day of Januarj. ISM. I Hive notice to all
paraon* having any eatate, right
LOST
TYRE & RDI of Lorry M-1442 Alonr
!he Wharf. Baxter. Road and Spoonat-
llill. Finder pleaaa return *ame to C
A. Olbcon. Whlta 1UII. St. Michael
WALLETContaining Caah and K.-.r
Ticket Sena* II 9UI and ProAUhla
Paper*. Flndar return same to Ekn*
r.rifflth Co Uanaral Bu* Co. Nelaun
Street. 30 1 SOin.
ed.
I Mllip S S
\RRIVALK > B W I A L i i am ST. LUCIA:
Iron. TRINIDAD Jvk Knight. Eve Knight. Junrt
Uinc lftll. Dorccn Rock. John arecc. E\elyn, John Kumfrey. Mun .el H>amlrc>
Myra tYagwell. Weisnuprr Aachendorl. Joseph Dm Boulay, Panu-U Mitchell
conn Bellamy. Jamea Bellamy, John Anthony Mitchell. Ralph Cnnie*. l*n.e
Perry. Robact Qlenn. ElUabeth Glenn, Jean tile. Andre Hoih and Jamea
Claraatca PlaaaolL John Fwrnandea Inei (iuunr.
Hofat. Mom* Waxier. Robert Frer
Theodore IUmaa,v. Dori* MolUr. Mai
Sahga. John Thnrnaa and John Un
I - in H W I A I
tnlrannt io BT, LUCIA
Philip Lerode. lUrry Athinaon. Dolorea
AlkBM
AtkJitf
In more healthy, alert "Tudents | fSIt? jSS?*''.
DKPABII Ml
For TRINIDAD
Mr*. Imogwiie Snath. Mr. Arthur
Smith. Mr laurence Greaves. Mn
Met Burger.. Mr Will.m Hniraert. Mr
a*Jdu subsequently in healthier
adults. MalnutriUon has been
one of the ma(or health problems
in the Virgin Islands of the
United States, and it is hoped that
the Mot Lunch Programme will
contribute a large share to con-
quenng this problem.c C
ihony Atklnaon ..nd Sybil George Scalv. Mr Srhle Pilleradorf. M
Spencc. Mr. a T BhllJ, M
Mr Joaeph Du Boulay. M
Presion Alexander, M
MAIL NOTICE
Parcel Mail |*a H V,n..nt. Grenada.
Trinidad and British Guiana by the SS.
"I-ad* Nelson will be cloaed al the Gen-
eral Post Ofnce at 13 Noon on the 31*1
Januarv. IttSO
Registered and Ordinary Mail- will be
loaed at I a.m. on the 23rd January. 1SS0
la\ I ll>>II \ I MUM I
INCOME TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum
or over( from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
'iwners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during the past year or not.
Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
respective dates :
1. Returns of persons whose books were cloaed on the 31st
day of December 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.
2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the Island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950
3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-
uary. 1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties
NOTE: Any person failing lo nuke his return within the dae
date will be liable lo Bnc not eEeeedlng 100 and
not leas lhan 2 and will be prosecuted unless a sails
factory reason is given.
10.1.50.19n.
Shield*. Richard Shannon.
i Archibald Ham
lntrnru.il for ANTIQUA:
Robert Newton. Cyrus Mitchell. I*wi. l.tWtmaji
Courtauld and Virginia Court-old Charles.
niark- fieifel Ast-hendorf Srhnrfe. Mr. Jack
H-.vley. Mrs. Carmen Cod-brook. Mr
l>neat l^ng. Mr Leslie Gltten*. Mr.
Nectahal .ind Mr Jriters
SHIPPING NOTICES
The Sk-hoonar ftelqueen will
accept Cargo and I'aaacngrr* for
St Vincent. Sailing Monday 33rd
. .rLH.irv
The Schooner "Endeavour Of"
Ml accept Cargo aitd Paiwagaa*
for Trinidad. Sailing Monday 23rd
. The M.V. '-iJaerwood'' will
accept Cargo and Pasaangcr* for
St. Lucia, Si Vincent. Orenada.
and Aruba Sailing Saturday lit!
January.
BW.L Schooner Owner*' Assort*
(Inc.) Tel. 4047
MONTREAL. AlISTKALIA NsTfJ
ZEALAhTD LINE UatTTED
(1I.A.N.Z.) LlNl.
MS -PORT PIRIE" I* scheduled to
ail from Sydney January Mlh
7th1VW* ** Trtn,';,,,d bout FcbrMry
MS-KAIPAKI- i. scheduled to Mil
from Port llrte January 7th. Burma
^li"*r.y, .liUl' ^^y ,tat"' January
lira. Melbourne January 3tth, Sydney
a^'iat*. 2 h "mfc* "' '""""IM
about 10th March
^^ .^**T^ h-w ,,n,,,i pf* rr
Chilled. Hard Frown and (;. n.
, * aswepojd on Throuah Mill-
...ding with tranajilpment al Trlnid id
fOf llrlllsh Gulnna. Barbados, Wlnawarl
and Laiiard Islands
For further partlculart nnnlv _
IHtHWEW -TrMV C^LTD
AgeriU: Tnrudad,
>A COSTA Ar Co- LTD.
AgS-nt*: Barbadot
JBK
"I i IIIUM Mi
CANADIAN SKBVICB
ALCOA PLANTKR-'
"ALCOA PATTUOT
Sailing every l*ro i
fanuary tlh January ISth
January J2nd February 3rd.
S S 11YFJOKJJ sails
NSW YORK iUVlOB
from New York IJth. arrive* I
Itarhadot 23nd.
a o a.^. -a..^5W **ANB gVIC
l*h'jg,?>A KOAWOt " "" N <*'-" >"h rjaceanber. ml
30lh8Janiiar?!A RUNNBR " trwn New laana 14th January, arming
Apply: DA COSTA ar CO.. LTD. Canadl-ji Service
ROBERT THOH LTD. New York and QuU service
any lien
Ba*ni
GALVANIZED SHEKTK- Bert Grad.
ft and Sft. sheet*, from IIM and VIM
ahUg they last. A. BARNES at Co.. Ud
Dial 4444, 4474. 13 1 50t I n
GALVANISED SJtEETB4 IX.. 4S ft
i, ft St .ind 34 sTuage. Apply: Auto Tn
Trafalgar Street. Phone SON.
FITTINGS- Oalvanlaed pipe. All aorta
to IS Ina Phone 4444
Barnes a* Co Ltd
I.13.4SILa.
SHIHTS-Whole*ale and Retail. Facloi
Hoyal More .
11 1.40Up
IsOYS SHIRTS aV PYJAMAS The
I,. Ral Stu.e.
17.1>e I3n
tt.l.l
-tfa
* SRIng r*'VR*Krk'1
i n-i-i " tape*urt
iT~,ff1,,T-'1'1''
*MI1 Al
2

, ^ wsrd. p,d( HaJ|.
21.1
21 1 RV-Ra.
CABIN MOTOR LAUNCH. Bril.*h bull
and brae* fitted throughout Filled
Witl. 45 h.p. Oray Marina Engine. 7<
farther particulars apply to E A II*
Three Houac* Factory, St Philip
14 1 SO- 6n
he Cabinet Piano in Perfect
. onditlbn. Apply to Ml* Keren M. Adam.
Claphewn Land. Cti. Ch.
:i I win
k new asaorlmant of Diamon'
"ling*, t cL Oold chalsw, chgag. pocket
u Thca, HO watch strap* L M
CksfSkB, Jeweller, No. II Jamea 3R
21 1 SOI'.
I-ANTERNS. Kerosene Preaaura Lan-
terna. 344 candle pow-r. 417.14 each, for
"inergency lighting. A Barnes A Co. Ltd.
Phone 4444. 21.1 M, t.f.n.
LAMPS Complete larg- akw Larnc-
a -. BMrajgf gag) flowrred C*Wa*BN2>. 'mi-
ll "4 each. O. W. Nutchlnaea A Co.. U4
Dial 4333. 31.1 SS.- 3n
V nerkan Flashlight*
iiant at a special low puce of 41*4 each.
..-VMM. a. Co.. LU Dial 4S43.
31 i j* -In.
affecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate .1 Mas, .h Street m the
said parish of Saint John containing by
admeasurement seventeen perches or
thereabouts bullirm and bounding on
land* now or late of F E Cumberbatrh
on land, now or late of A. Toppin and
on lands now or lale of S. Small and
on lha public road or however else the
same may butt and bound, to bring
before ma an account of their said claims
with their witnesses, document- and
voucher*, to be examined hv me on any
Tuesday, or Friday between the houn
of IS inouni and 3 o'clock in the after-
noon, at the Office of Ihe Cleik of lha
Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
House Bridgetown, betoie the 23nd dgy
of March, 1*50. in order that such claim*
an !* ranked according lo (he nature
iv thereof repe*t,
wise such person* will be preluded front
the benefit of the said Decree, and bo
deprived of all claim on or against the
said property
Claimant, arc also notified that the>
mutt attend the said Couit on Wednes-
day, the 32nd dav of March. ifBO. at 10
o'clock a.m. when their said claim* will
be ranked.
Given under my hand thi. 14th day of
January, IBM.
I. V. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal.
OFFICIAL SALE
BARBADOS.
in rat \ssi-i \m i in itr in
Mil M
' Kg a liable larisdUtlani
SEIFERT KANLElGH HUWAHD,
BxecuW 'Plalnliffi
of Will of Julia Howard. Deceased
ALilAN IllMlUiU K IIKuWNE
> Defendant
NOTICE it hereby given that by vir-
tue of an Order of the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated Ihe 14th day of January.
lM. fhere will be -et up for sale to the
h.ihctt bidder at the Office
of ihe Aaautant Court of Appeal at lha
Court Houac. Bridgetown, between the
hour* of IS mooni and 3 o'clock m the
afternoon on Friday the 34th day of
March. 1464. all thai certain t
eel of land aituaie at Massiah Street in the
said parish uf Saint John lonutinina by
admeaauicmeni wentein perches Of
thereabout* butting and bounding on
land* now or late of F. E. CumberbaKh
on lands now or late ol A. Toppin and
on lands now or lale of S. Small and
on the public road or howcvri else the
same may bull and bound, and if not
then sold the said property will ba sat |
up lor sale on every cue feeding Friday
between the **me hour* unUI the same
1* sold for a sum not leu lhan
SHI 174.
Dated this 14th day of January. 1444.
I. V. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk of the AeaSsSM -
______________________ ___________Appeal
PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 194950
All persons wishing lo nuuiufaclure FANCY MOLASSKS for the I
purpose ol export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production
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TAGE EIGHT
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
YACHTING SEASON OPENS TODAY
T'lE YACHTING SEASON, to which man> Barbadians
look forward, has again started All the bets arc r-ady
for the flrsl regatta, which will be held of! the Roy*
Barbados Yacht Club lo-da>. The next rlgatta will be o.i
relay. February 4.
N
of the yacht* I
.I. 0*9. Owned byl-Jjr %*&
' I ?'*" b>. *"'C".'. slateV jacht *
Owned u>
in Barbados and will be maains;
her debut to racing Urn
11 Is expected to g...
round pe*fcrmanot ana Ice*!1
1 c.' i"rna no
am, ami can give a good
W. Alston, recently over foal
all round perlorma- I'liiiKlaii l.r...... wun Mm ll..
been ntted with a new suit ot Seagull ''
Rat**) Sails and is expected to ,( ^ noptd u,,, ,h
.xcellent form this saasoo w|- |)C ,ble to uk. p,r, ,n
B. . Raaatale Owned by lor,hcorr,int series and show
Owen Burke and will b. skipper- ^^ ^ fonn l|ler nMvlng resid-
ed V Ham nor-i Burke, la jt m Trinidid (or lhe put live
.kipper of the well know Sham-
rock" Has not raced lor several c f fMf 0wne seasons but can give an excellent and wlu , lted Dy his
- iv Kirri uiinn
p*rtcrrnai.cc in hard wind.
ft. 3. War Ctoad. Ov I
skippered by Jack BaOley. Win-
ner o( the B' Class aeries laai
year, one of the smallest boats in
this c1a. and cn c" ex':
well in >!rong breezes.
B. 4. rudine 0
Teddy Hoad and Wall be sfcl
ed by his son. Tonv (Mdctt ol
hi- Oaf trill be cor
Is now ri't-ondtti-i.'-
hoped that she will be ready for
the scries.
B. 5. Mirhiel. Omfi I
Toppin and will be tUppen
his son, Stan ton I I. <
scratch boats in On* Class a
sister yach;
jii'i had a few maj
and is expected to gt*i
I fiance this season.
B. (. FUrt. At prasanl owi:l
by P.. Brannum *vhj
from the island
offered for sale One of :r
cently built small'
boats; can tail well with gooc<
handling
B. 7. Mm-. Bl-ir
the Commodore, Mr J H. Wilkin-
son, and skippered by his son.
Tom Veteran of .lie A
has just been fitted with new sails
and is expected to show belter
form than last season
B. 8. Raattl. Owned and
kippered by George 91
to me Fhr!
all-round performanc
being one of the smaller boat
this Class
B 9 Oka...
sons'. Bert and Pat A Seagull
of the centreboard typo, originally
named Condor" Ha* been
ihoroughly reconditioned and
fitted with a new spar and >>
Performance is at present un-
known, but may cause several
surprises.
(-. it. oatutet- Owned ann
skippered by Pete. Inca n
.-ran "SaafcuU" ol the eenireboard
class. At present scratch boat ol
the cciitretxiarders Mil nny
ousted from this position at anv
lime bv the new "Ufhtninga.
Gives an excellent ucrfoi.
and really enjoys hard
C. U. Magwin. Owned
skippered by Colin Bellan y.
another of tl SgU. :'
Has had plenty of attention i
preparation for the forthcomi g
season and can be exptcb
give the other centrein,
plenty trouble.
I'S It ll understood th it
"Magwin" will ov taking a ;>i
this season at the cost
of Cokes' per Race
Intermediate Class
l 1. Gaal
Vp omen's H Team For t-K.
n. '.9.
An All
I
The inn :r B"131"
lhe 1.
-
of 1951 Reler
Cricket Al
Kensington To-day
THE second day of play of the
Second Trial in prep;..
the forthcoming B C Barbados
Tournament will take place
Kensington to-day.
Mr E. A. V Williams' XI is
v.jv.ng against Mr. J. D. God-
lard's XI.
The game commenced
Thursday when Mr Williams' XI
batted all dav Lo scobs
Ithe loss of 5 wickets.
_
nu
HM II ITO*
Y THE SEA
RESIDENCE
OF
DISTINCTION
MMMIWI
CO--O0TIO
aawaaii
ibciui
MWMHi
con mi
"KOI-HAr
'EI.EBRATO, r.J
IMll ,
'prepared ass^u l
well l>now hS, S
<>n Open Tm*,
Balhln, fr7.S
"each on aT}
Note the addrt,, _,
plione 81.8 forBaaS*
CACRABAX. a^
WorthUt(
>ome of the
VaehlH that will he sail.in
today. The tirsl three boai*
are : B 1 Gipay, I> Z Imp ami
Shamrock. To the extreme
lulu are Mischief VWi
< loud and l'eler Pan.
The Shamrock ii not satlm |
l 111- Sll-Ull
of a coup e
Hoad and will
his son George
had some maji
hull and rigging
poited to give some good p*fl>
fuiinai.i'es.
L 1Z. Dawn. Owned and skip-
pered by Arthur Evelyn A
Owned by Teddy stuI(lv boat, recently scratch boat
skipporoci by

Should do very
n the D" Class but rrOBOl -. \\ before "lunch lor 73
(his season to this Class. Has runs, but then Eric Rowan and
ucen fitted with a new suit of Dudley Nourse. South Africa's
sails and should do well. captain came together and stayed
much better this season. May ^ lt tiytle. Owned and skiu- for the rest of the day. When
end up as one of the scratcn pu,.^ by Sidney Nurse. Veteran stumps were drawn. Rowan was
atl boat whlc' has been racing not out 133. and Nourse not out
I . Invader. Owned and succeisiuiiy for many seasons. 4.
:Jl J ,. -k.ppered by Donald Stout,' HaJ Glv a good m\\ round perform-
ance and should do well this
sails and rigging. Is expected to wson_
' .
a scratch
-----md highest of his career while
njth Africa's best third
wicket stand this season.
Dudley Nourse had won ihe
tons lor the first time this series i
icfa Australia won the first
two Tests. The first wicket fell
when Wynne turned a ball on to
his stumps at 32 and then at 7*.
DURBAN Jan 30 Nel returned a catch to the bowl-
South Africa scored 2 ID **! ""> *he South
the loss of 2 wickets to-day who AJrican third wicket pair were
the third Test cricket match U> 83
against Australia opened. Two by lunch and to 1.
S.A. Scores
240 For 2
In 3rd T'.st
"0" Class
John Chandler and will U skip- J3{ "salu"^clT'in hard wind " top;
pered by Carrol Burke Veteran ^' ,(l L! |W|BM TrODsU ^l ** ocoflrey jouiwhv .v
of the old "A" Class and winnci u^SsS >u * '-nk^ m
of several raves St. 13 Gem II OWBgd -mi ">' ,1C1 u*'lcr 1-il >'1"' *"'
^rm :.,.,. Mupptred by Dandcy I" LceUtnt l^rtonnMcejtt to*
hav -Resolute to ,ut has been bmlt n lugatta. WUt protMUo
this season. lT ower, n l'w ? ^ ^ ^"Ind
B. Ul a*Ua. Own. I m ta Iatil)gi bul u <> *** ^"SwaS?
skippereo by Tedd> H p,,t (ll soir* good performances, 'kippered o> uorku-
"Star CUts" boas wlnoti | 4. C*ronelta. Owned b^ A well-known Snipe
numerous prizes Has just been j((niinie Hoad and will be skip- uoal witn many U |
fitted with a suit I ,^red by hk son Jackie Vetera wcu in avj
to beat in Ught wind U h boat of thi
often nose home fir^t after a good a good au rOUAd ptd ** 3- Nudi * '"" J4""
mix up on the windward leg specially in light winds. pered by.G. Can-
H at Ctrce. Owned and | 5 Meldy. Owned and skip- smaller boats in mis CsM
skippered by Dr J W P Hark- ^lwa by Ned Carnngton An- formance no |Uc bu<
new. Another veteran of the olner nem boat,unaking her debut alivki 10 the game in a sporting
"Star Class" Has rcc< 'to racing this season. ShouKi uiannei
several year* in Trinidad. Her ^q^, a (air turn of speed. D .7. Sinbad.
The pitch was always unre;>-
sponsive to pace bowling, and
Hassett used his spinners mor -
frequently. Rowan hit eonfldent-
ly against both speed and spin,
and always appeared confident
This was his highest score in the
present series of names, and the
I, B'll JoHnjIon
N>1 1 li b Ian JoBruon
Nourtc not out
,f -ickfl. I IL1 "
BOWL1MQ ANALYSIS
L, 1.0*4! I
I*..!
b 1. lb-*. 11b-2
Class1 I
lo In 1
Owned and iklp- ;
capabilities
known.
gee, ;r pffwjani
tmii wt aiJVL\i "--------------------------
-. Owned by John pered by Lionel Baggol. A scratch
Mil M aklpoerad bj wt ' ">to class, giving a snap-
REV C LOWREY QUP
derson. Indiana. U.S.A
Sunday In the Quarterl;
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He will speak al I
ai 2.00 pm and
7.00 p.m. Ban Q
i-urer to the Mts&ion.ny
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SERVED ON
SUNDAY NIGHT
From 7 lo 10 O'clock
Combined C and Centre
Board Class
(' 1. Astra (ffnwd and sklp-
al all times.
I. 1. Makawk.
I. I. Eaalr.
Huntc and will be skippered by --
Michael Mayer,. Q jttE?wL?<2i d I
aood perlormanee In hard wind >- "Hi ras- VT-.k..
InThis to be watched carelul'., ,klp,..-..U b, IrU Hal"...A-
or tut ,malier OouU In IBl
Owned by Dr -If raailh well ... h.
pared by Milton Tu. 1 David Payne and will I* sk.,.- UMI >>... rOlJ " " ''
in this Claas last year. Veteran pered by Hob Cumberbatch Made will Have aaotitac |
or the "C" Claas. Gives an its debut last season and abowed ll>w 'Jf'JS1'
vbry some vary good n "
iiaht wind, but is not j| homa Should do well this year. Kippered by
to heavy L Skly. Owned and skip- Another of 0_ chJ^'"lm
C J SV^-p. 0 Up- pered b, O. Co.. Ha. a good turn Una Claas. When Rood In..
pared by UcntM Anataj A am ol speed and doe-s well With ex- can give .... OMIaaM pcrlorn
'Uahtnlna Class' yacht making pert handling. ance. __ _-_-.
her debut thU aaaaon. M 19 la.Ue-. Oaftaad UHl D. U. Vaai ThanHyke O..,. ,i
oecpjd t Wtnd bl William Skeete. A and skippered by II. I> Mljai
boarders plenty trouble powerful boat and can put In Was not very successful lasi
t. I. Tl" Owned end son..- aeaOacil irfonnances. season but is prepaung lo give
111 Cahpao. Owned I vear
Scratch boat in the "C fdpptnd by Jack 1 the V !. '''"'""*"?
Cla* Uing Uiv laigesl and IW I lirsl i.cing came to lall In 1- Dermol uynoe.
powerfulK rigged Gives good nil waters. Did not have a v. I..... perform-
round perlormante especlall.i .i successful season last vear b.il nce l
i.i'ikiii LF.Anita
LlMiL-S arosaoM
HI l I. Ill 1CIMI1
Owl i
Winsloii
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Getting Up Nights
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Under the distil
patronage ol
lenty ihe Governor and
Mrs. Savage
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VALENTINE
If you're frellna out o-ion-.. (;( I ^
Mfhl.. or -ulTtr rroi
mm. Barhava hr I.-k Ptxliw. RwolUn AnkU*.
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lutrdiuiii and light wtnru, out like has
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handling can dumuiau.1 all otbci
boat* ill thfe "CsaM" IB
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now heen thorouKhly
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B.B.C. Radio Proiramme
lun
II. IN
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skippered by Jim .Ion
powerful C" Clai boat
iiei dabul to rat li ^ uaai
Will m-atr1
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8 m Arrordroii Inu-rlua*
soliiiui : V am Inwi
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p in llanc* MuMc II JO p mi U-i Ih*
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keen coin petition for the place ol
I' t. \aaaboiul (...,.. J a Tk
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kippeit-it iy Leonard ihn
Not mi. last, bul a Rthul .
can always be see., on no.
giving battle in .1 very sportui| ill pm Bwhlnd ttn n> >
manner. n|iupm Wnlhrrm.^ Ol* ni
( Kaeur. <>.v T'. Nr>v an) u a- ">-
Kipi*red by Oeral
y m Think O^' TlUi Tt. I
centreboard boats to be launchi i
The eather
TO-OAI
Suli Rlaea: .1 am.
Sun Seta: .'-'. p.m.
Moon (Klral Uuarterl Jao-
uary ii
lishtma *3 p.m.
High Water: ID a.m.. sil
p.m.
1 I-IIKIIAV
Kainfall t('odrlnfton) nil
I..1.1 lor Mouth to tester-
da): 2.54 Ins
temperature (Mas I 3 !>?.
I. mperaMra iMtn.l tM'a*.
Wind Itireetlon '' a.m.l I
IS li in i E.
Wind Vcl... it> II miles per
hour
Harumeter 9 am. 28.971
12 p.m. i ie.MS
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