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PAGE TWO GLOBE THEATRE TONIGHT 8.3(1 (If Electricity Available) GLENN FORD ft IDA LLPINO IN LUST FOR GOLD WITH HALF AN HOUR OF SWEET MUSIC BY ARNOLD MF.ANWEI.l.'S ORCHESTRA OR TONIGHT AT Ml (If Electricity is not Available) GRIND MEANWELL CONCERT PROGRAMME : (1) ROOM FULL OF ROSES (Orchestra) (2) SONG (Beggst Casey) All-SUr Winner (3) JIVE DANCE—Jumpin' at the Woodside (Geo. Best) (4) SAXAPHONE SOLO (Sinclair Jackman) (3) MAGIC (Professor La Za Ha) (6) YOU'RE SO UNDERSTANDABLE (Orchestra) (7) MUSICAL SAW SOLO (Ben Gibson) (8) I CAN DREAM CAN'T I (Orchestra) () THE DENNIS PETERS TRIO "Again" and "Heart Aches'' (10) THERE'S YES YES IN YOUR EYES (Orchestra) (11) THE SINGING WESTERNER (Gerald Bannister) (12) TICK-TICK-TICK (Orchestra) (13) TROMBONE SOLO (Herbert Dowridge) (Pagan Love Song) (14) BLESS THIS HOUSE (Eddy Halls) (15) BLAME IT ON THE SAMBA (Orchestra) NOTICE + EMPIRE + OLYMPIC ROXY AND ROYAL THEATRES Due to uncertainty of Electric Current We will inform You of Shows through RADIO DISTRIBUTION llffjf.V toLMcauarv I.U1.SKEMMErUB r OH, In M... on i IMH •* IIIKIK ASK LANTERNS $l.t*l on -IHVI--Miule Burner '.. $1 10 W W —Two Simile Burner* with Oven stand 14 K -Three Burner SM tl M M -tour Burner " • I'Kl >~l !l -lows 13 PLANTATION LIMITED tomorrow! from 4 p.m.—6 p.m. Opening day ef Ike ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the BARBADOS ARTS CRAFTS SOCIETY Inrludlni JI'VENILE WORK (on behall I.I the Annual Industrial Exhibition) — AT — QUEENS PARK HOUSE thereafter open dally (ex> rept Kuiidjyi) until Saturday. I IHH..I i 41h Irom 10 a.m. — 6 p.m. ADMISSION IIChlldrru Half Price Finger on the Pulse •ear; da; thiagi ar happening throughout lh world sod la duferea. puo W Cu*da which base a dirtct or indirect bearing on Canadian corporadaaa aad their aacuridet. OH of OBI jobi is to keep a anger on tbt pul of bosintu throaghoe*. ska world. Our Canadian branches keep ul in don touch with affairs la all %  ana of tha Dominion, our ofhcei in Ntw York, London, Jamaica and coa %  wpondanu in other important centres are alto in constant commas!carlaa wish Head Office. All information received is carefully analysed in relation to rmrfcaw ascanry aimations. This information is available to investors; U is part m %  M ladlitias included in what wa term a amfUu investment arnica, W. C. Pitfield & Company, Limited MONTREAL MANNING & CO., LIMITED Bridptown Barbados SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. J AMARY ^ JV1 rdColoti'il Secretary. Antigua for six tveeka has goiie lo British Honduras for a mont: before reluming to Uie U..ited Kingdom. Mr. P. D. Maedonali recently appointed Colonial Secretary of Antigua arrived on 18th and has assumed bis duties. Cafiib Callinq Bahama. l_. A ""' !" will ~_*1 Antiguans Want To See Raison Conduct M ONDAY afternon Captain Raison proposes to stage a military display and beating of the x [xte Retreat on the Antigua Recreation Hunte. Ground. Antiguans are eagerly Miss Monica Inniss. Miss Wend; looking forward to the first innlss, Mr Pat Toppin and man; appearance of the band since their others, tuition by this popular pro-B €> fcsainnal. Enjoyed Theroaelves A MONG the large crowd cn' joving themselves last mgnt nt the Marine Hotel dance wer?. Mr. and Mn. Bill Chandler, Mr. Mr. and Mrs Stanley Tryhane. Mr %  Soupy" Baddley, Mr. s •.y Mayhew. Miss Joan Lewis. Mr Pat Roach. Mr. J R. BdwarJs, Mr and Mrs. K. D. Edwards, Miss Hollowey. Mr. Geoffrey Mr. John Fittwllliam. Visiting His Father %  r\ NE ' ,h Passengers on the Steel Bands \J TCA night which arrived A NTIGUA'S Recreation Ground, ypj^rday was Mr. John Mannln/. was the scene of a tremendous a we i| known Barbadian who now crowd last Wednesday evening ha, a farm in Buckinghamshire with Steel Bands in attendance. and nas settled there with his Hon. V C. Bird and other memwife and family. He is here on n bers of the Union's Political vls it to his father and expects Ul Committee were present and told be here arout one month, the people the results of the *£ % % % % %  ... raw a vmf i PUT HI? ICON swrr up to tut PIN AND LOS l&UT designate ol tr n. World Theatre -rS* A REMINDER to readers thai from Nairobi, ,7S f\ Ihc second ami final part )I Administr ate, „, "*f Gosdamlth'. She Stoops to ConHigh CommisiioBTSI will be broadcast over the Jf"'"W his iB ^ tonight from 8.311 Colonial Office, u" > p.m.-9.30 pin. £ %  for Na^'Vs The British Council will, as last eebruai I Sunday, be open from 8.15 p.m. < to enable anyone who cannot Grenada FU~ listen at home to enjoy the play rjpALl. hem !" *• Last Sunday a considerable num| Kelslck of* 1 ** ber ot people availed themselves j ,,,, u ',,, R1 ' *"*•_ of the opportunity and found the Administrate. r 'i?lBe* play very enjoyable and recepli->n ly College ot,-a"" god. this week'on nXry war Osmoni *S^* 50 Yeart To-morrow RAF. and 2'. O N Monday. Mr. Harold Waile D.F.C He m*) fc ^ the popular Overseer of the bombers and was a-* St. Michael's Infirmary will have %  < %  Channel t^,J^ reached his half-century. ?""' !" ""itn to ,„ Harry, as he is known to his ^ W ^ 5 ,Sf !" "I.I Harry, as he is known to nis r\;X..A2' I good friends is a genial and goodL %  "."' "'' Offce, . natured fellow, and his attitude ,.,„„, ,,. d "' "'' towards the meek and lowly, as and .n^,,^" 0 "." at recent sugar talks In London. This also marked the occasion of the Unions full control of Steel Bands. The crowd was entertained with their music. r.is H Wu Here Last February *R. KENNETH G. GLASS, of -. t. i "a* .• Vancouver B.C who arrived m Glasjow In Antlfua hare yesterday by T.CA.. with his „ MCd in any circlei or elsewhere Grenada when!l' '> MS. GLASGOW flagship wife is President of Major A"" !" on this Globe. nen *B| of the West Indies la ex"urn Products Canada Ltd. He Mly ||e comi i mi 1O progress T"*I. • 10 Bt Mirt, and shooting n. also to those of greater blessings given un rt,;, KJn 'H Vancouver B. C. who arnvod in ufe is one that can not be sur£,,,,,* towSSLlfft Knjoying Visit M R. O R Bryant, an Executive staged among of the Texas Oil Company entertainment, of the U.S.A. wu an arrival on €t Friday evening by B.W I.A. from ry ue Q n Monday 1 T*HE Barbados Polo Team, did 1 not return yesterday aa waa pected in Antigua on February was here last February, when he and a • oe h for six days before procwd1 "1 " irrigation system to the wnl ^ s|i „ a ppi aud ed for the T^'""wvittmm ,_... im -i Th. naninminw government He is here for dp^ nnA ,„ nFi hB , HnlnB tnr lhfl X netwt-en Pholiday their and also to see how the system woiked. They are staying at Sam Lords. ing to Jamaica. The pantomime governmen Babes in The Wood" will be proximately one month Items for good work he Is doing for the parish and humanity on th< whole. Henry Joseph )$Z\ Many happy returns of the day "L 1 !" '. !" ^"^ m kie ^ !" ,„l..rf with Inno ltfo anri '^ a 9 d y) Mary fc,business visit to that country. He to him^ coupled with long life and 'f"^' ;?, ar >' BunJ. happ,nett • • **???5ty To Take Up Appointment T^R. Leonard R. Hutson, formerBoth Barbadinns . >, re>u.n ,—, \ f R W G ST0 "D " ,y was accompanied by his wife and ^^ n Polo Club receiv"A Commissioner of Income Tax they are now here for a short •" caWe (rom Mr Herbert Prltish Guiana, has been granted holiday which they are %  pending )Qow<||jn „„,„, ha C ol. Mlchenine months' leave commencing ofR ^ aUached to the Departas guests at the Paradise Beach |m John MarJh Mark M ^,ui from the date of his arrival in the mcnl 0 Agriculture, left the club ..... and himself would arrive on U.K. Consequently Mr. J. A. . Thursday night by the Mr Bryant told Carlb yesterJJ ^ n nsv had no iM Bourne. Senior Inspector of Taxes ;,• a .. ( y r An „ '„ „ it they had visited some of !" .f„ .. ,„ „h^, i ^ n—n. has been appointed to act as ._T_ ."_.: appointment %  • ming. Surrey. ly Government Veterinary day lhat they had visited some the other islands in the Caribbean formauor. as to when Lee Deane %  —r !" --r —-— —, —• and Elliott Williams are to I a P^>ty Commus.onw of Income take before, but this Is their first trip expected. to itarbadoa and they are certain'""" mM mm ly enjoying It. At English. Harbour T HREE stately pleasure yachts have been anchored at English Harbour, Antigua for some weeks. They all spent Christmas there. "Galway Blarer" came from Las Palmes under ComWedneaday morning by -.he ra ander King H.N. accompanied h ^ ..[^ d Roar ,e V '' "Lady Rodney" and Is staying ab Mrs K, n g • Palmosa" under m0 rnmg __ b y ,^ e ." a> '^" !" .''J: .. the Ocean View Hotel. M Ct'nival i n C ARNIVAL -.71 k Barbados J"V, when the Y.M.PC,^! headquarters lor f; Quite a number otbaj Tax, ,d Mr N. D. Oaborne. InVeterinary Officer of the Leeward fi !" mostlriSlJ specter of taxes as Senior Inspeclalandl He was accompanied by T he CarmvaJ1 oJL* tor of Taxes. Mr. Bourne and Mrs. Hutson. chosen and aftirfr Mr. Osborne are both Barbadians. erowned she will aw On Holiday M il. Anthony de Cures of de Caires Bros.. Georgetown, lintish Guiana, la now in Barfor a holiday. He arrived Students Return Tye-ISS SUSAN BARNARD and Off to Trinidad "UMhe other . WB. and Mrs. Henry lumer of CalypsoesVc; B.^* England, left for Trinidad Master M. Barnard, students 0 y B.W.I A. recently after attending school here, returned spending about three weeks in from St. Vincent on Wednesday the island. They were staying at the Ocean View Hotel. , ; ,, ni VIVa after ipending the Christmas Mr. Turner is travelling .superGerda Murray luL an, Uaedtogotorfia \V0 should Ht 1 yrsttr*.,. Fra Gular ^e n c V ..re, 1 ?. 0, : brother of ?"T "^ "* *2SSj ^ y '^ !" ^P"' *" **??• %%'SL.%£%& Lhn^^tn^KaSSS'SS Ih f '-J--wS2 L '" '" "ourncville, Bpg.and. nd West Indies cricketer. M R Frank Matlock. formerly oft Nicholson with Mrs. Nicholson and their two sons. Going To B.C. Barnard, well known West Indian turfite and Mrs. Barnard. the Creole Petroleum Corporation ot Caracas. Venezuela. but now in retirement, arrived I e nceJ. Charles, medical officer 6EJ?fcS S£i£aJfU in St. Johns, Antigua, has accepted a post as Malar lologist in Lritish Guiana Dr. Charles has holiday. He was accompanied b: Mrs. Matlock and her sister Miss Mercedes Mirabal and they are staying at Battery Bay House. St Lawrence Gap. specialised in the disease and was at one time in Grenada. Hot And Cold EAVING Canada at 10 beiowCanadian Tourists Here M RS. Eva Simpson of St Andrews, East and Montreal, o| at oaroaaos ^ d M „ GraC e McKay the temperature at abou 75 ^*" ToronU) -irrived here recently for a holiday and arc staying at ith the temperature at about above, ia like being transported from winter to summer, Mr. G. -jN IXihamel, General Supervisor the HasUngs Hotel, of Group Sales, T.CA. told Carib rvurtay. Paid Short Visit Mr. Duhamel was an arrival by .„ j. A5h endorf. a dry goods T CAy'f'vrday morning tor a JV1 mcrchan 0 Havana, Cuba, weeks holiday. He was accom. \ .„ WQ K „ DWIA via He Lid he did not know how a short visit to **'•'"* %  the change of weather was going '" "aymg at the Hotel Royal. '.. .itlevt their constltuUons. never* theless, they were very glad to Congrats be here as they were enchanted R E T BRANCH, son ol Z££Z£tt£iS? l 25}Z MV f M ,, Branch o.^he their return Bell Plantation who has bee" li's firs. ImpreBion. of the "udy.nl law at the Middle Temple .sland were very good and it "d was formerly a pupil of the reminded him verv much of the Lodg' School, has passed in ConKi.Bh.h country side from the stitutional Law and Legal His ol> .eiuultural point „f % %  KOarj Bar Examinations In some rerecently held in London. spects that Barbados is so far __.„.£.-.„ trinNs! lo Mr from Canada and the U.S. A Mr /-"ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Duhamel said, as the ilislanco *-' and Mrs. Cameron uvnugseems to discourage some of the stone on the birth of a twin—two travellers. daughter. The event took place He however thinks that with at their residence The Snuggery'. Hi.lUvelopnu-iit uf air iransporLower Wesbury Road on Friday, tation. Barbados wUI come withn January 20, which date was incieasy reach of the North American dentally, their wedding annivercontlnent and Barbadians can sary. ...k forward to busy tourist traffic Mother and babes are doing in >ears to come. wall \ ">l here itt^BM High School. Shelti nursing at the Bq, TONIGHT TO Tl tSDAV NIGHT AT 8.30 WANDA 1IENDH1X MACDONALD CAREY CLAUDE RAINS in "SONG OF SUR.MiHi A Dramatlr Story with a Thrilling Musical Background \VIM]I\I-,SI.AY AT 5 AND S.M PM Tilt KSDAY NIGHT At 8.30 GAIL RUSSELL EDWARD G. ROBINSON JOHN LUND In -THE NIGHT HAS \ THOl'SAND EYES" AHMI 2. In ine main i-*ii. tor covering tin* twad ana •Uoulaeni. (8> o. Funny ibat a oi'.wr rnwci cau De *o court-toua ui ladlM IT) :u Utvkt noUe [fuui Ui •uprams inythical god. (4| U Non-maUMlo oiament. In norax. flu 11. Ta* tne roil or lret iscturf*. (4 1 H rue wild ones are generally owii early. i4t lj How you tnran young Aninonv. tha mtio pig i7> 17 Attriouiaj. lo a writer oo douDt. 17) II FW about. (8( i • %  2J Ki-irea-unent from the .alt*. '41 24. A aeer wlna iron, ahear laligue. 19) Down I Rat-line animal :nat brlnga Joint uinHiiuitatlon to tha A. A i0j> 1 i:id;ii city or .niane aruaia. (8) 3. Tho vary pcrnon to break a Una. IB) *. VaII a Bold -ablet. (71 & atoien no doubt, Iron* a Waterloo uain. (4i F. Alter thla bi poet meridian. (4) to you. i7i 11 lu UMU catching. 13) 18 Centre* acore for a change. 45) 18 The Navy may or may aot ra Mlent out tney atwafu bava UUa D R. C. B. CLARKE. WU guesi nospiu. in Monutali of henour at a dinner held ai home to Trinidad fa-ta the Canb Hotel in British Guiana, weeks holiday. She i and given by Old Harnsoniona in panu-d by a Trlnid*J| that Colonv, when he passed Swan who is altortafe through theru recently. Dr. Clarke, there Slit' knowiS himself a distinguished Old Harand Dorothy Farnj*73 ig in London is at present here on holiday. Old ntfjllt at the dinner were :— Mr. E. O. I'll*:' Principal ol Que-. M. Baefcli coiiarn*-. DI ram, \U Hora turd Matter of Uuern > Cll.i L. Bourne, HeUrad Gov. i Mr. Havl Mr Cameron Tudor. tar of Queen'a College. Mr. C. H. Srowive, IttSWnM. Mr" %  L Wafd Judge, Mr Tnlma. Ptantei. Mi N. D Otborne. Inaipecior uf Tera. and lion John Carter. Ba.in.ter at Lew. who wu the only GulaneM preietit. :i. put] Mr M. A. ol Uuren • %  ho are at thair BeaBf l-'ft Montral mli when the unpn, "w Mow an> Co hn home in tail Gerda was last ir. ft and a half nan aj !" <> c> On Business M B, T II FULLER. Director of Thomas Hubbu Son Ltd.. of London. Kniihiii'i arrived hero by Un I : from British Oulan i mi 11 slaying at Iha Haslings 11 Mr. Fuller is now on B Sou'll %  Taat Indies business tour in the Intan Arm. MM un Second Vitit flSS INEZ HOFAT an ocAnnuaJ Via) IIERBOl I '"treal anin by tha Alcoa Tuck annual visit aniuu Windsor HoM M p "* u Comings and Ga VJK. H. C. Bttttg;!] of New York IVxas, left by B.W11 for Caracal, Veneadi hack to the USA Mr Bishop iirrnal layi ago t.Tiii:.,t: tlon for an oil coaoaai in Harbados aa aaal company, the Gulf CS tion. a vrorld-wiat with hcadqiiarteri it He u as staying al 1st' ]. Kind or un jack iuea. 14) id. the element has I'luUllnt. content. 13) tL UncooKed. (3) Solaiioa ot NMardari putrle — Acr.i: 1 Ted; and 7 *>o[i. Lac>. t*>in t are*, lo tod 3 Dgeu. afeluddOM ll' Ariihatm: 14 AJ,*. 15 ui leaintl.," •K: IS. Donr. 21 Urn %  > % % %  %  • w:, rids. I 'i!u. | ?w IVal. eountaot of .iHtnaici. wag u HoM. arrival on Wodrn'Miay by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad for a holiday and y^FF lo Puerto Hto % %  ii|'.-; HOW. V/ i.;i:ei.ts. wbour Miss Hofat paid her flnfl visit to Barbados was Dr. tile making wno left yenliBj %  -np thiounh the latei* I via Anapa' nm lo be r.uk wiuithaial Dinner For Sir Hubert I HFAlt tint (iliins in by the West India Club in London, to give a honour of Sir Hubert Ranee. Governor -design ate of Trinidad. At the moment, Sir Hubert Mad Lady Ranee are still holidayinn I Antigua jastartB. in the English countryside where and Mrs. B. Wets.* they spent Chris) their by T.CA., and **• M R. G. C. a Lumber %  Montreal is hen % %  l usineas visit, aad the Marine Hotel. INTHANSIT PASO two ing to hlldren. They are expectai Antigua, they • ave (or Trinidad in March, nt the Millre*/ CK4I i IMII ii >i tAivni Sie?: 9 It. by f%| U. and 10 1 2 '< *>>' *• Also I l\OI I I >l \l% HOI IS 6ft. wide All very reaaoiuble in Price. laiaMlahad loan I. IIIllllll!I ltd. lacorpuratad ing 10 it 11 Roebuck Street CRVPTtHJlOTE-Here how to work It: AXTDLBAAXR la i. 11 \ i, i i i .. One latter aimply stands tor another. In this example A la use* tor the three L'a. X tor the two O's. etc. Single letters, apoatrophlcj. the lenjth and formation of the words are all hlnta. 1 Each day the code lettera are different. A Cryptogram Quotation C LCZKCED-XPGCPJW JPWTD. PZHWM CK TMOO: NPZ EMWPBDME HJN JCDHIO CK BTHZMI-BTHXMBFMHEM. O^ajM A.VV 8CT 3K OR^HO^'^ .. retired Aviatkw^ D R. and Mrs vm of Caracas, Vi ed home by B.t* alter spendinl They were elajfag* Hotal Mr. John Ml O* day by T.C.VW utood that hem"" to Lamdon. His •' Barbados aaa %  Sands Mr. James -^ Kniiineer who o^ v.il irft >* B t5_ and will oa "" m %  a If Mrs. Housewife Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you We can supply KEROSF.Nt: TABLE LAMPS (complete) KELLY NO. 6 LAMPS (pressure type) LANTrKNS FALKS KEROSENE STOVES—2, 3, It 4 burner OVENS—sincle and double WOOD and COAL STOVES— NOT. , 7 and 8 BOX lP.HNS—•,-. 1" and 7V," I HIMM iS. Ill KVrKS and WICKS &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. THE WISE SAYSSee '*J Fir* Large PJ 15 lor'" While Ja| ,'iOc.. f White Sop" %  Many other 1 tional Bargains — Thc> Wont Sta> Unf!



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r JAM \RY tt. 1M> SIVDAY ADVOCATE tnpire "Gold Rush Takes k3000 A Day PACE THREE Milton Shu I man writes Why New Yorkers Run THE *-; rtune* '< lie Empire, Ms ambitious plan to End's biggest cinema—has bei>un in ^jjular fashion. STarst two dnvs ol ""' — nd another picture—u L Z„ than 21.000 peorl public verdict beco £", pUd for admisaton What or ihe opening producw uuoH Conway). Tlua tion. which restores stage oerttT Empif's Chrtotonaa tormanca. •,, tha Empire ate '3 record. >' "tlUny vears? How does it "mix in" with o^. \ etore the war. Ihe turn programme? i* •"'• X^\ Sv" W,J1 "f maJ r **—** „ el | over C3WW %  w venting the stage artists Irom BnO of ","•"•J^Btul theatie aho* Car scm ,„ flguIW hlJ j^,, ovw .. run conunues at anyconli a ^^ >nd t,llme rate. Ihe on,, See if vou can mL— exhihiuis %  .;.,, device: il isn't mirrors! Nat Karson has come from New Vorfci Hadio City to produce this • -and its successors. Travelline Platform He baa done well for a 1 egtnniiig; but needs to <: a lirmer policy. MGM dislike Ihe tana -but "S,, polio-lhinking .ftrfr %  ccou, "-,„ ,. Tciaal the main credit lie swniie gold-rush? The sho Uaal/, "hii SBWUWS four limes a day !,corap" "' 100 %  u d musicians? %  ^ ranyta hp I Hiely due to llv westhcr' Cold :rie:i %  %  Empire liom I8R4 ""' '' %  n fh -'Ult a*a it* • r v in -'.itm Ceita „ and mu>.i.... %  • -••• .,..,„ —but t.ie r=P Jr G '. K 'e „ ,TJ' n'r '""•"'• enteilaiiiment : s rather ., Bank nh-potch. a good Idea to stage a formed every tnck of motion Singers and comics seemed .1 r..ma ol Ihe Emexcept to sit up and beg. little forlorn in the vasty Empire. pire from 1884 to the present day. But no: aoreJa :he famous old EmAlter 23 Years ft London represi On the %  !K>th In balthe genuine variety am I'romer.adc. with its Ladfas frankly staggered by Ihe let and some sprightly precision of I rather more b£atr experiment's nowork, the idea worked out atAs June Forsyte and her archlDBUghtUy cxciung than Mi Kardo not know thi helped by Qdorge teoi fiance Bosinnev in ihe Forson has imagined 11 Thev iH nave 10 wait Melachiino's orchestra, on .1 syle Saga: Jane! Heigh and Hobarf of the holiday period travelling platform which perert Young. — Loa.on Expreas den-lee. Moira Shearer In Wonderland b> EVELYN WKBBI R Ed I 1 pre-rirst-night cocktail fin the famou' Am sbftrv h.t. Rta Sadler s Wells Hallet ytffr British export clothes im given two uutllts) rapbers prom = !" -."poie for the n ,hu* critic rush< %  In* sfter ;lu '" "penlnR. H rode to a party at the ^^ mansion, escorted, by %  uc polioso.uuu am 1 fog sirens. Wonderful *xtt lawn undei feey talked and am danced till dawn, never forget il I Moim Sin. II' %  laH Mm "Hit |y seen parties like thai IKtures then—a new arty and pie to meet r\n\ nittht. nmes we havr h ballet companj paaro ancea ill own? ihe' md the influx of people wherever pperu to ba. I>U F ne "My answer lo that one is simi! he explained "1 know now : '">• J never wearv of meeting people. I rha more the merrier. U! do have moments lo • • I'm not asjoM ihat 1 find i prefer to be %  d gals." ol fun," he said. IM your kicks Q and i" n P enuld 1 Bet sick or lea at the rate %  he has golf. UP 1 know. Fresh Loti of walking. If 1 have *n get out of .if It makes 'ir ,n • %  one's %  ha 'aid. "I little bM of it fou cant vrear %  I question to 're vou doing', kid*" —I.N.S. "London theatre-goers need have no inferiority complex as far as Broadway is concerned." %  %H1 dims. American novels and copious newspaper redo not adequately prepare the British visitor to New York for the introductory impact ol abundance, noise, impatience, freruy. glitter and haste which greets him as he spends his first few days here. Initially it seems as if every citixen has been recently injected with a vigorous shot of adrenalin, as if every automobile hooter in creation has become vocal at once, as if every conceivable luxury is to be had for the grasping. and as if every radio announcer is about to pronounce Judgment Day through the courtesy of his own particular sponsors. I week you discover the superficiality of these early impressions. .You soon realise that this apparent communal hysteria is not a way of life but a background of life. It quickly recedes into a dull rumble which one can easily shut out. New Yorkers have to run so fast because it takes them longer than most other people to get to the same place. The traffic Jams around Broadway at theatre time make Piccadilly Circus at live o'clock look like Salisbury Plain on a desolate night. It may take anything up to half an hour to travel less than a mile. Keilex Action The tooting of car hooters does not mean the drivers expect anyone to pay attention to them. It is merely an automatic reflex action every time a taxi-driver applies his brakes. The radio is as much a part of American living us consciousness. It is switched on with the alarm clock and off with the bedroom lamp. The NeV Yorker has developed mental blind hpots impervious to advertising; which enable bias to larry on his daily activities without being conscious of the myriad wireless voices threatening him with baldness, body odour, old age, constipation and cigarette hang-over. Devaluation has mi.de him a paupei. indeed. paper coats 6d. a sandwich 4.>. an average meal £1. a theatre .inri the ironing of a suit 9s.. he can just manage to pay for his essential requirements and still look the bellboys n the eye. Niuht Lif> Not only are the fascinating and plentiful foods denied him. but he will see nothing of New York night life unless he has generous friends who do not expect him to reeiproca**. It is pleasant to be able to buy a bottle of whisky by lifting a telephone receiver, but the joy is somewhat diminished b> the fart that It will coat almost £3. A modest night club will charge you £5 for two if you eat little and drink less, but if you want to sit near the so-called celebrities that dine at places like The Stork Club or Twenty-One it will cost the exchequer somewhere between £10 to £20. London theatre-goers need have no inferiority complex as far as Broadway is concerned. WlastntJ 36 theatres are in action m London, there are only 20 producing plays and musicals in New York. From what I have seen 1 ami] say that the standard of pskyi actors and direction U .thlv UghOI n the West End than If London is sensitive about the fact that 25 per cent, of its theatres! are occupied by American plays, it ran take some consolation in Ihe knowledge that English actors like A. E Matthew-. Eiulyn Williams, Martita Hunt Edna Best. Leslie Banks. Hex Hat rlson, Joyce Redman and MsgUTlee %  ing to Americans the 11 i %  of the English stage. New York too, is finding: 11 difficult to discover aufSeienl domestic play writ nut keep its theatre: Produce i ing and on am Shaflesbury Avenue product with potentialities ;n the \ New V> receive a od oysters. and more j than ied to the fact that there U nothing te> drink | during the ml fizz. To taerfti ana, Arthur I Rank fairly well reported %  Tiller Girls and the Bl square. A h films usually revolves around three pictures only Hamlet. Red Shoes and Q i>een ru nn i n g la New York most .: t'f the ish tilms. Slightly Scratched %  re recently tStci place, amidst enthusiastic critical cinemas which alone offer our %  0 by the hlch house %  films, and tin b heralds them, it ii not %  huge American lilm-itoing public %  %  n America! j ily dn\t rink 1 to leani from the BBC Watching tin %  througt their Itpt i %  %  make l*oi %  t JH hsjvt —London I sitrr^s Harriet Ida Lupino ; Turns Producer] Her first Independent venture.*] —a simple but well-told tear-H jerker about an unnwi 2 mother, entitled Not Wanted^ was shown privately in thi W End. Miss Lupino made this film j in BgUyWOod 0O %  bank loan. ; plus nearly £40,000 of hen savings. She formed a company called Emerald Productions, after her mother, former London musical comedy star. Conmc Emerald By the time production was finished with increasing finan* cial difficulties — she had no money left to advertise or exploit No Romance For Elizabeth llv JAMBS PADGn i HOL1 VTWOOD (Bj Elizabeth Taylor, w\ I win the utl< it liMrtbreaker* 1 . a back seal u movie star. And, as for lassrriasjl It Las* fltaVl Slur THE Nai.:. LasJ Week's Vera Ellen. ISut the picture soon .uivei ti.-t il itself, and it has now been officially listed in America as among the 12 top box-office hits of the summer. Producer Ida has got her investment back—with dividends. Outstanding feature of Not Wanted, as I saw it to-day. is the moving performance of 19-yearold Sally Forrest, in the leading Star Contract Ida Lupino picked her, an unknown actress, because she resembled her own appearance .rived in HollylwH1 ^ fl / Kn | As producer. Miss Lupino seems to have done a Svengali get Not only In looks, but in personasjly. gestures and dramatic power, the new girl is uncannily like the Ida Lupino of some 15 years ago. As a result of this performance, Sally Forrest has been given a star contract b> atatie OuM w yn-Mayer.—L.£.i\ "five years in the U; 1 Lix. with a *fcoit->i\ i :ni ni to ana 'nan and page romance with I promlnenl told Internationa I News aWvio that she Is going to "watch mj step" in the heart-throb department "from here >'i out The blue-eyed, tliirk-i. tress, who will 11 ary 27, declared: "My career oomea iirst from here on out. I know how the Hollywood lodshlp wrltt every occasional date around and I'm going to watch my step. %  il U %  i out SIM marriage, that won l Qf 1 don't want to tak> marriaie until I :nv time u I won't ask any man to b time husband The Mtn psetun marriage. "Just 111 l nonnal Itan .> % % %  But he "I'm way too young to get that my %  —I.N.S. 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PACE FOUR DAI \I.\IM SUNDAV. JAN UARY j. ROY MARSHALL HITS Tommy Briggs-On Top 116 NO. IN 2ND TRIAL Qf p ootba U World AN .. VE 116 not out was scored b] „ !" ro ,,,„,. lull, Wanderers opening bat yesterday, when he and (By PLTfcK un !".•"•> Mr J D -. .„ MAlthnush he 0„ddrds XI in reply to Mr. B. A. V. iW XI score £* %  .* ^ ^^^Ti, Khad 6/M 181 runs for no wickets. vi lams *-fHE news I Barbad %  a* •*' susL '"""wrfn Barb*.*, who had £on K On* *. -J*[ M-C.C dnring their torn of I unanimous opinion that King. ccnd over, Marshall hooKea the :"'"•"• "V "" ,„„ c„7ii,rland est bv Pal Glover the former le and took quick Mm^Urt aMn,t ^..UcHand $*"„„„., „„„ Crlms „ y •. ..!"'.' 5 *'??*%$?. %  !,, tZ, Tocentre-forward, who on his re, % IK4R ""ings for Mr MM -e,u'on"cx,>l %  s lftrring tr Reccnl information from fist maiden. to the tact thai King*! retool that he had pullei a muscle a I N Ha circumstances it has In ahould take this opportun,' the forthcoming I tm of Ml opinion thai on Ua TrJnidi I C lrk aulhorltle, have dc l %  he had lo lake pail in U ment commencing hi I ..m %  ..1 King should Toumament. F. Aik %  known. To--. „. (ootball ment from the game h^d Ja>rd of lhe thr ee-year-olds ol the same year. Twji Glover know that Grimsby were run. iwuiuns connnuen TO movr ^nirp-forward hi, ball.-lo I.. awkwardly to the body. Atkinson on the leg ... second the England learn which will be -%  — d ,„ R,o lor the World Cup looking tor hU WCMJW toWW and In his 18th over Marshall ; .... !„f, ,h^r> of nllveVthev S him to lhe l ^^ •'•'n-JUJtthe^sort^l player t^were MM score was fcr fe*. worth rethen 288 lor the loss ol six wlekcalling, I Mgc showe'l low players signs ol keeping a length and had who has been placed —. Proverbs undecided many times .ransfer llsf bv hut club. Plvmouth had placed Brlgg, about what to do wilh his rising Tommy was sull at school when the free transfer hat. He ui O" bate, lhe war broke out He was no| green' he said. But I.think he led in loolball and old not will make a great player if After Atkinson was so badly pi av „l all until he was called look after him • 1,'tor the Navy, where football the right way.' brought on ill his place from the was introduced as port ol his Brim's Agreed H AV1NG taken stock of the two-year-olds we j after. He got on the phone ; one of the Manager Charlie Spencer former prings to mind Is: what a poor year it was? Two horses only stood out as beinx of jtiy qu^u, these turned out lo IKquite a good horse above!*. This was of course Ocean Pearl. Looking atomy w .9W. the ,Jj Poking aroumj b l year with which lo compare them, I find 1948, |h.-T 1 the post-war e.a Newcastle United and England folly and Adventuress, comes closest. In that i the free centre-hadf. and told him th.it were the only ones worth mentioning, althou* J tsWa nimil-ivitii emcUC Porrititiu llin-i. I find the similarity ceases. Perhaps there was a cert^J similarity in the fact that both Ocean Pearl and W^ not care for the mud, but in make, shape and style aTj* and bring him along lwo fillies are vastly different. ., >. ..in A CHANGE I WOUIJ) have been the iii | had already established hi 1950 We: "<< would I ". %  %  in UM %  part in Barbados saw Prank King i<*8 M C.C team lo Barbad %  -. ind Barbados. Comp. ten, with youth, %  peri last year to fulfil an aopointC'wealth Score 319 For 9 vs. Governor's XI UR, Jan. 21 The ( %  i Touring i .. b I !i the opening day of match against a strong Central Provini not xi tMre, teorlni I the matting %  end to Marshall Brat ball a br on the off aide through to %  laraM Wood. Third CBBUUIJ Up nail rilieved Mullins and bo* Korman •i-nk a four in his second ball. The 300 mark was reach. I Proverba tall a victim I MS nth ova. the slips by MulUDJ while nttempting to lie scored a breezy 47. T. Hoed regular training routl %  Spencer took note ofjQIomrt Ha loi 1 centre-formessage and Looking back at Ocean Pearl's performances U am .. to sire her up on these I come to the conclusion -w, d sho-tly afterwanls more of a sprinter than a middle distance runner Q, ward position without much of he came to Plymouth and asked in the first category I must place her among thebejj. : was all about. Tommy if he would like to play sprinters ever produced in the South Caribbean n* J1 but he was fa;;t and he had a for Grimsby. Briggs agreed, an I pared with any such as Jetsam, Ligan and SeaweJlajj good shot. shortly afterwards he was settleJ ( wou id not say she was as good as these ihrec, bm J At the time of the Normandy In with the Lincolnshire clul> SDr inting performances struck me as better than'th^., I landing M .nsferred to The Grimsby players quickly w fll| u lo now m „£*% Plymouth as ana of tna crew of took a liking to Bnggs and such ana sc pJ!rr*'Q ngbarfi Ha l eatabMahed tlrst-team men as of her sex at that age that m*tei uecan Pearl, n ,r .nJ in his Cairns and Kurz gave him all lhe fnslesl three-year-old lilly that we have yet i__ _ own words 'us.>d lo play fool all the advice ihey could. Tommy her above Pepper Wine? Al that age I must say JB, J whenever he had a couple ol was a good listener and an apt she w ,n io on to improve in the classic manner ol JT spare.' pupil. It was not long before ne ^ an opcn q ues tion. Sconls U'ulrliini; had firmly established himsell in lhe same over had a chancPlymouth Argylc scouts watchthe league side His confidence was Wnr .„ we come to look at Ocean Pearl over I Ing him plav mr one of lhe Navy back and goal followed goal. n te 0 difTcrenl light Here she moves several m-1 gully. thai he had definite Last season he scored or, 28 e „ must te ^..^ n mlnd )na , llmbl ~ They recommended occasions and he has 'already k ,„„ sll ,,. r lu r ^ Both batsmen got easy runs a< him to Plymouth Manager. Jack bettered that performance this " %  ""' . "W the neld.ng continued to be slack Trosadem, lhe former West Han, year. In 25 league game, he has It was dry. On wet going, as sh. had I ,„ her aj /. ere many overthrow gen part In the hit lhe back ol Uie nel on 27 therefore put her down as im-icl> av. i-age creole gaatig %  taken part ... 'd BUI • %  skipper Go Cup Final It) 1923. occn.-n.ns lhe got eight of the Ural had been any hones ol the calibre ol Hall Mark. AII|sS H Kinn Tr, %  .• : Ilii^s on nine goals scored by Grimsby this al three) or William II, lhe ::..-,ml Mini,: in 1948.11 was] season) and in the Third Round „ ,„„„,,, have been beaten in lhe Derby In Ok, ""• %  D the aeon was 330 runs tor demobilised in 1946. but someF. A. Cup tie at Luton recently Glcneagle Pippin, Belledune Jetsam. I Two runs later J Holt (W. ">' ,s E Weekes bowlhnw Tommy could not lulnll his he banged in lour past English horses ""V 1 *" %  !" %  ^ • His shooting InteniaUonal goal-keeper Bernard turcaa. Atomic II. Gun Hill Ligan or The Gambte. (3 ..." Frank ceded lour run, in his first 01 „, ,, nd eoils S r eten. have had a chance come hard or soft Therefore ri*J • •-;, added Marshall although ball %  ng WIH ,,,| „ ot came Hc ben w The future looks bright for cannot be called ai lucky winner ol the Derby tbm mj %  %  •• a lew misl..,„ a r, is foo tbai| ,|i,ss wenTommy Briggs. He is a great about her win such as there was aboul 1 hose ol Toajj,| v i ket Alter two more wicket, WM H |Vl ''' thty had begun, an i. favourite with his local crowd and lt m jght yet be said that she was fortunate in no! haratal 38 r'S'Soreho-.r,I,'.' " M " "' !' 0 1 :, "t. %  teams. fiilen for the : !" i ^v '""" en it the end of the season he has already established nims placed him un the ov. In his 8, I,. E. MllUngton ol Impir, U, to took his first toe. TIIK SECOND TBIAL >LAY in tht mg al tO Mt mn %  It is 1' lay Marsh., i an run out without scorinii. %  w \ i.-vivr Openini Bmttl I Innlngi for U I ure of 98.00. XI. Hi, after the runs I i*xi for 68. —Keuter \\ eatberhead W ins The Spoon Shoofl %  i Sydney • ilrupped from the England laan S. A. Routs Australia For 75 Runs sSS*r-. -i?-: i of Harrison I broken openlr a slow but stubborn innings, has 89 ID round.* KM and 600 >. log ioo. JZi M-1,,^ wind blew \ l %  rd \'< the bound,ir> In the tirst hall he • looked as if that normal luck, he stands a good yw a sick horse. chance of making his ow n the That other one was none oil %  Hut unknown to Briggs. being position which has been undecided am going to say will probably be laughed at by tbe B list ever since Tommy Lawton was dad since the feeling thenis preponderantly that *n Ally more so than any of our two-year-olds, and**., how they felt about that. But Suntone, in my opinM*,! makings of one of the best three-year-old fillies that J produced in Barbados and if she stands up it remura&i,r is going to have the last laugh. There Is no doubt that, if Ocean Pearl had poors] Trinidad, then Suntone had an even poorer claw n mtn|| Australia, caught in"T" rainin Barbados. I aay generally speaking tieeause me4oa; afTected wicket, were dismissed Joint Command proved to be, 1 see no reason to rukH for 75 by South Africa to-day. the than China Doll or Rosemary In fact he has won tna' second day of the Third Test here. horse hcre who wenl to Trlnidad an d beat both of IMB| Pedro v dumber 3 if."".L^aSd """firsfinnTngs .. Lady Be,, who gave Ihree and llfleen poui*, one. beat Heraldo Weiss of Arlead of 236. Rosemary and China Doll and beat them most oViim*! gentine 6—1. 6—4 in the Men's Hugh Datield. the Natal offto be noted that Battalion, who has finished behind Jok| iis of the Allspinner, claimed 7 wickets for 23 U p here, was a winner in Trinidad last Christmas. ird Court's Lawn Tennis runs.—Renter. „ n( 0 thesc r„ uUs uttle Joints is not as commaptei Championships here to-day. Masip Again DURBAN, Jan. 21. lhe liulit was very poor. Bight best TillMUM REGATTA ihe 1350 ... hank, but at the 600. .... ataran %  through Mo. i BROUGHT BOMB THE BACON *TMU 1 1 %  %  he worIn the same round. Philipe I Belgium beat Robert • i eh number two, (i—1. Miss "Gussie" Moran, United 'ar. whose engagement dropped him off %  %  annou; v, reached i the WACtUjl> m %  ag n "i • 4.; %  N %  I %  it %  W Nl> Jrrt^U. M M .1 M Cv %  ; %  %  44 .: S' %  coca i H i runs without loss. The mal %  %  %  %  I .SI l 'i NNI %  ltarhailos I!, al. n 7 I In (.arm-as %  %  %  I the lea n %  %  %  %  N Mai Ji.i.1 C Alktllvti b ( %  i 0 y. pnuii| tux out %  Kb lor 9 wkta dc. Faill of t 1ST. I am *i%  tot .: %  %  to-day i Mm's Doubles: D. Oakley and G. L 1 beat Beaccs da (Poland) and V. N. Murthi (India) 6—4. 7—9. 6—0; Belgium) and V. Cernik (Czechoslovakia) beat Pedro B) and Heraldo i) 6—4, 7—5. •Aiimrus Ittiuhlrv Miss J. Quer%  i Hoahing (Britain) beat Mrs. Mack (India) and utina) 6—4,6—1; 1 -8. 8—2. A'kltMOn in 1 M in u D Qoddard a W " "* | w,lh any suilable opponent. AfOM moro inl about „ ccan p car before 1 > H| *&S2£?i?j2ST&, "" "' '— ha ""'"f^aii Trinidad and tour other islands ahe had not, and my above remarks are based ooiaaa I am reluctant to accept Ihis because her condllK| me. Gone was the bloom of her early three-yeiM!* 1 I found it hard to believe that it was the same Ml? t published in South Caribbean Racing Review, lalnl dltlon too hard and rally for a filly who ran onlj oKj June and December. Before closing off this bri, ar 1M18 perhaps I should have said three horses slood out %  He is at present under new man;,-,•>,id!. Ce8tac Knocks Out Wilson CHARLOTTE, N. Carolina, Jan. 21 Abel Cestac, weighing 220 lbs., quality instead of only two. This third was Iho nllj li.ahArgentine heavyweight, knocked it is largely the (act that Ocean Pearl could toy with ar I Sumant Misra out Bill Wilson. 217 lbs., in th. me ,„ ra „ k lhc „ lter among 1he be,, „ f our HmaW H II 1' Un Iklrsl ->.il n* 4air • %  I.IHW a I J third round of .heir ten rounds Weis, (Argentina) an .test here. I no doubt that al three years Sailor • I (Spain) brat Miss D. Fonseika Cestac hit Wilson wilh a smashfilly and lhe fa, t ,hut during lhe v. ,i %  i„l,.""J and F. Dalpathado (Ceylon) fl—1, ing right to the chin early in the track record it. Port „f Spuin is testimony lo Ihu. UT 0 round and Wilson pitched down track records are broken by :. Ihiee-year-lild ililf Dalpathado rn his [ace. He struggled up u lhe horse must be of some qualiiv ..-„ve, into the nine andI Cestac sent him inlo the But sprinling five is a far as Sailor's Fun r 1*1 -Final, going to the ropes where he slumped down III =u'i'"""i'" %  %  %  %  • ,.„,.,*• I M I cker (India) a neutral corner and was counted ,0 ""> %  A ,K '' •*"* —* "W '"dances, canna and R. Rcyro (Philippines). out.—Keuter. —Reuler. Fun developeJBI the words : even fair lo middling, but mediocre lo pa* j RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE I, ( \M SHEPHERD ft. (ii III, 10. II, I !, il. Hill, til STI SUGAR FACTOI SUPPLIES • PROOFED ASBESTOS METALLIC W • ASBESTOS YARN t" • RUBBER JOINTING I-'/" • STEAM JOINTING •—•'JLp 3 ins.. 3J ins., 4 ins 4 i ins ~ • GOODYEAR RUBBER V& • WATER HOSE—I'' • STEAM HOSE i"l **' FIREFLY SPIRALS!*** CHI GARAGE TRADIM



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||, Waller l*ilkini>ion ^P!TE OF On" change from U* rig hisambu.i [mich makir has meac i.imoui oirkoter, Tom: |-a iaternalionat Ojure W his wtcrpr.sc er.rt Mortalg ,.,,;„. torwi Lovcreon.e obsla. lie flump,,,, Lu in •• for r E, trf thenThese is utt:,. doubt that ",, „ bentai will retain his hish nlar„'i)snm OSultvan. i.l: when .he next poll „ taken For %  fiJil-jn bolder of the world apart from hi, qualm., *% this division, Manuel ,1 ..liter he ha, a sense of humour 0 T t date arranncl s and jest for clowning which the „ 28. the venue Hnrpublic enjoy. He could be a Hood ^^ Stadium, London. The mimic and stajtc entertainer med with the quick Another and even buser it. Tjual of Solomons Ortlr, traction for Britain. hoxin K n^f^n mai.aK.-r. too* Ihe Ihuslasti .,,11 i*. s,,,,,,,,. W with a IsHephi May or June 'California. lenti to City, London, of lh upon %  " ?. '-T s -l vold "' '" %  OC the European v. ""• .'• V "L!; 1 "c.-iw,.,,,.,,. pionship. The situation com inu this title is prcub.-.i, w and II" _j by cable gran's manager. Bcnn> ^m meanwh rill enjom'-••nts foi ii excepi exhibit o ronsdci i |p contest too Impi Lji. to his man. d Punihini; Won The Title dlivan earned h tlinnce ^utlr flsht in December seeK and ain fairly wide h. looa the United Km*"2 !" ' match between Woodhantam weight champion%  % %  "" Savold as a I _• in London after a lapse USI H >' had so labelled it with !Snbv forcing 27-year-ol.l -PProval In both Britain and a Gardner, a publican from section of the U.S. when two eol%  Konn of England, to retire !" '"'d men. Eizard Charles and till III WAI \ -IIIOM, HIM) HI.OUIM1 .them mark during the llrst round regatU of the 1950 saries, loon i these loin ) ..vhts „1 the liv: mediate Class 1 the lloval II.. i .ipeninii .n Carlisle Bay. world I'ii.iiiiiu,,!, in,, ProsiMi l. When Joe Louis decided tire an his world crown 25 -.. rnnler Solomons was quick I ead of the ninth round poaching beat a crafty boxGardner bad a fltti Id bealen live champions in ntns—Stan Rowan I Britain) w, Lewis (Wales). Bunty (ScotlandI. Jackie PalerJersey Joe Waleolt were do baltle for similar glorv M of ihe Atlantic. Charles won the Joe Louis version of Uie champtansain i nhnnced his reputation h. victory over Gus I Miami > and Van der Boi vich. The United Kim: %  mi). In Ins first London i eption of ihe title tight had to %  proved himself a master eferred throuuh the unforlg technique, wily and tunate road accident In which especially in counter blows Woodcock was mimed. Obviously I looked O'Sullivan's agthe only way in which world reeaeis and power. Uon ean be rained is for lUiran belongs to one of Charles to meet the wintui i get popular of Britain's the Woodcock-Savold families, among them Solomons has two gre that Bnire will win and that he rill thus obtain %  let er I universally aeknowlediv tight in Bl Both Woodco ck end Set ng rigidly u "Resolute" Returns To Score "B" Class Win — In Fine Style %  got Ofl .,, I %  %  m Burke, The twe Lightning l>, rim MMWIn ?min •. Oka* .itch up wilh her while Oajinet .1 Burke, which gave the two Ughtning, he"ame I The Reeri.tr amount of ,,„/ ,,7^' !" t the "..d of the flr-t rmanea round I "i In the -fci.Ts the Foils. Astra 1Peen Van a ,„ ', in the u' CUB the tndinr. Dawn. promoied rkuch from has just been | IOI "a"V SSSdta ZZ„^ ,H D ,„ CI MV lupins and thr Buxtons. %  fa.tfp*t regrft wns tha' V Lonsdalr Belt could no. I by his father, who died I and never saw his son I a profpss-f-nal ftm of SobimoiM' win. vent a fin %  %  re reganUng u ta Mriou i H, when dynamic Freddie Stf?"": Bruco for • %  %  • %  ''^ will defend his l.ght heavs KOI I1T1U.ir I loud t. behind. Reitoluie was the War cit.ud Cyclliti Will Ride .{.OOO Miles PARIS. len 20 tlon "I thr 3.IHHI miles To; oeune for ind ,ini cs on ih,. Pert Da %  From Parts. I ihrough Met;. Licoe. 0 %  ,,lln (It" iep iin iiriieie will be i — iRrulrr., Liverpool Heads Division 1 IN U.K. FOOTBALL ")N. Jan. 21 he teams leau. Football Leagues had another baa day aim Liverpool return 1 uv well siid frulbeatliu lowly Binmnghan 1 Hiiro; who bad ihe leaders! „ g0ili average taih Ihe home side with H >me record marked improvement. Tottenham Hotspurs are too %  head IB Division 11 to Uenabled them to lead to tenalve pom:m Bk Held Wednesday wh los'. local Derby with Sheflield Una. i In Division 111, however, thu t>ing all wronn ,u,i County while Tdmmj i-wi..n still Of ulT%  %  uuc games and m lead their atctaon bv nnh i point. It is not many weekNettl County -ix pointl in fi. r.r thou Deereet rlvtli sen mng away from the oppositi rhingk might have been an worse for NotU today had not M the seven teems immediate i-ehind them also lost' The exception was Torqu whose fine away win gave the second place to NotU County Ml N'i'ilheiri nuejtei whi i eased wh lowly H-li/a> %  etttd U'lini Denis Compton pi., I i prominent, showing much of h Ltth. Arsenal could haw itch bm'for IT i pa UM day*! beet victoi Sunderland's and a hat HUK Davis helped towards oj Derby'' rnott riu^i : Reut. JtM> Louis Rejects Challenge 21. • Io ' :ed n lurlee, ..iipioii ; don't %  winnei i Lee Sa ltd that in his <>pmItntr of them Ix'iiiv ttid | :o be at the ringside for Ihe London bout and would try and sign up the winner for n maieh against the International Boxing club. The Yankee Stadium In New York 1Kb a fight, he Chert Radio : ve had %  Tve lleked fc wan one of tn.ilYn trUtla rvmnwir THH HWI.V in --> Tl-mta In ItntMti I Tti# (lr day in Sorotwnlkri camc in third 2 minutea 4 '-econd-* Arthur Evi lyn steered the Dawn •1th .r SlViaWrlSBrtS "alts lital %  i ii'lii ml 7 —5 Internal!, %  nham Ihu .irtcrnooii euter. lead l """ •eond iio.-iJohnHunte Hon. I minute and kiyers >floyra Blair was now 3^ | n wes sailed by Mlrh.irl |l:ls will lie at Hi,' Suumm. London, on JanuItlnd War Cloud. In thi( i,|,.„ „,.,,,,, ." ~ k '"" 1 1"' .'" r '\!,. ,nv -" 1 :hampiouship aim. uf the United SUtea. aw cst started his tiainoipaign after taking pail %  parruig him down. Those who n the first round of an) lag bout win gjat thn ribiuon matches In varti ill f" " do it later. Ithe country. When r saw Woodcocks man. man ti be read) fi man to be ntdy for any kind nf punch from %  %  | IV0ld Wljl ;;.t .-ill out for n quick decision and UM aim ki to get Bruce also to spi % %  with nn Inunediate cha % %  Vuttraiian for (hi emtly he looked HIM-: I| can keep below the 13 mark because he par some time he i,a doing light Iroinii If mil In Popiilurily foil BBII only. Kesulule Wins l*l< %  leutj ni the. I Bt oil to win l> but' okapi came from ahead of both War (loud and Moyra Blalr to War Cloud fourth and Moyra "lair d Into third poaiUon, %  bind okapi. Hammond Burke imered the '"""' ,hlrd Keawlule to victOTJ wluUUj| nTm S inbd ils main boom while coming Of Hocklcy Channel KuiiihuH Triumph, IllBbM iif.. rni 1 v,u "'"loa Arthur H.i Alastair Edgehill forming the crew, carried off the 'D Class race by ) minutw. .Ill Van rfcandrke .Noe. vvbien enu ; minute •; Mnd VJH Thorndk^. boxer in Britain can sui rtddie Mills in courage and conced.iiii W Inctage in it was not until .In i^i^i^ElhDt plu< %  in ii His tight with Bruce world middle weight iiile. if he tek in July was the lines tig it. he ILondon during IfWii. Alwill become iho only | at fa %  %  %  nil United KIIIK1 enod place itabilltipfi. Ni'Xt m order Thi ^ geniur, Mi Mtain'i Olympic hurdler. f Woodcock. Frank Swift. nothei d toallteepci who li;i Stanley Mnrtensen, Eng|ti mainder of vere Vincent Burke. Cyril stoute. Cecil Dear '. : bail. (•aunel | nli ihe 'I" Class race, beatinj Vacabond bi Magwin. in mird position, %  b banind In thii .mm i Magwla i. 1 Faata •*•. L4shuiin(s% %  %  %  remembered thai tha .. their debut thi lllfl the Seagull i...um i irrled Penw knee the wheel arfth Peter Patterson llton Black mi ', KaafWta while Vaxaband man. iiul Olive Blossom "''' ""' start Th <|>erformani-i of bolh Rainbow and Van That.,dyke were not very good lasr yvar t.ut they have begun tl HankvlbalL new clubs 9 tion takfurnish namoa and addrt% %  s oii in nn,style. The Van Tn*rttd>he Uo ^ onio Lng in this C* Class: 1. <; hond. 8. Magwin In.ernuOia;( "L.s1' Eagle. 3. civile •IT Cla.s. i;. knl r> 2 Van fhonulyke 3. Nod. First Aid jirt/psetStomach Alk. Sillzir bnnts iltisail itlirl Alka-Selt. luer you need when 0*01*1 causes exceaa gatn aCKaity. Diop OSM or two tablets in water watch It fuz, than drink I down. It's iehable Fuat Aid PU,s ant-tasting. Not a laxative: Alk..SelUer makes \ou li-ci Tvaei f 13 ft M taaUti. BARBADOS TURF CLl'B Alka-Seltzer o:d Ba-tnv up in SI John TtmuKrit atlas uvt ji. ,. It Wa lafV tlOir t'lrt hOUeV tup Thai I ii.iin Shea w Ussjaiirid Ihu pi %  < T* hauM top woubi Rul u let Turn*** rvnliia hT hrri jfTiiTd Wt> dHf rtol liUetif inr ix-i-i-: Evm i( llwv would hlo hill UM*V koeapa on mnaiiiel %  Btasii. coM out.id* Monke paopla I|v* in mannoiu SMtiriinv.. t*ii-.n>rcy htrli While (tinm ||v %  PYom binh uMg lillt ll l! .1 HJIi. UN* llmw >•* Ai %  lTr i* IMI i>Li.-r like htmir All ihu you PUUIIIM •*m*a '.p •otnr i-invorr qn KMS> ISmr. oa ih d ..ill \-> RKIH'I' Bar I '-m SUM 11. WDM.-: Thii IOM -..nn* as %  %  lllll lll.ll. I HoyI %  %  %  %  %  IV mrr t-ri I %  %  in %  %  %  %  %  sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM mWU OFFMAI. i HKTINC 195(1 SPRING Jivr^^W *&#t/9f0 THE AUSTIN A70 'HAMPSHIRE • High performance 68 b.h.p. O.H.V. engine • Independent front suspension • Steering-column gear control. Room for three in front • Ample luggage accommodation. 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All Babe Kendal Fon Millionaire Oatcake Wellington I Battalion Bofnel Dulcibella Lady Belle Suntone I I Bow Bells Count Cain Joint Commsnu : Postacript •nth i tool Bonnie (Mia EMsiangai %  nwittwi Girl %  Cross Bow Dolorosa Epicure MOUS Foxglove %  OobUn Jon "( Ai. Led) Hommel Mary Ann Mimotic aaaln Mount i 1'agi' BOf Pfnevi Pharos II Sinbiul Sir Bet Sun Fire Ba#a Partaaia Wntorcresa a. i Api D Flowers BaMaVB itullseye Minuet tc Miss Friendship afsdMaaa Tango T>|ateen Victory Vixen a %  Blue Diamond Brahmin's Choice CMndtt DMsU Ann Uuky Shot Mopsy Otcedol Silkplant noTos ixpoir COCOIIATION LTO CLASSIFIERS:— A. S. BRYDEN J^GILL ,ise taking part in H laniNCHAH • INGLANO MM Una I>I KII to the Barbadoo Spring Meeting. 1M0. n up) One of the moat outstanding ireoles bred in the B. W. I. 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PACK MX Sl-NDAY ADVOCATE Cecil Day Lewis lit T(KM* Kilmarin J ik. rcoc ;rom generous liberal im.7 young poo* rlormnatod the %  * %  *' !"!" ,-cade nad rev,,od English vcrar %  whose chief >• i inventive Id ,-cupUon with aortal condition %  in mil *iwtf poliilt*-T he mosi -.L.-. n undnnt^'y A "" ; n; "" ")5?, 1 %  modem Ufcm. was I also, ,., ii,;..iKi in IBM. p%  I I .;...r.. U hail I. was I satirical loucn wltii wmen educated 01 i n I own more solid stylistic virocenme ovei! I.ik!" >.— %  Irajr true. HediU. n. with TS-'£ %  ,. of his lyrics, make convincina use of contemporary images. and he was one of the nrst to „. show how the l.r.>ual ol our rff-JS u rban •""•>""""' —"•"" effective poetic But the clever didactic verse '''.: .,. Thirties ,n which he trough, ,1 roem >nd U I %  1 I Mho fr h orlgtaa). and he procoarse, suspicious side to his na( o admirable poems on ture, marc eheifl Suffolk villager than the easygoing gentleness ascribed to him -.his is not* to suggest that be bv i^ife. The two men only be, M intimate when Constable Li an elderly man; conse t teot'v the formative, most vital, yens ol but as a member of tha HOI pntni tUrVf always nocMwhat royateriou* Wa %  -nil to think of lus career as beVfrVor *„( t | ; jVVt UM j official i Ministry K ninnig ;.t about the elose of the imfarniiiar. une %  % %  %  tlfna. l*..4 Im asta hibitaole < %  would irenuin ami %  I ten ol country in on deep, neve, MBl iui* thi rSt* i % % %  >-' ol Information. H a/rote a Napoleonic Wars but ho wo I .iily grown-up when Donod ,i 17-6—he was an almost an ,.„,.... contemporary of the poet : l %  night of too publkatia at raow % here i> •ftonal—-e %  poetry of rontcrnplatii.il rather n ilun action, of emotion rather than intellect (though the intellect there, I it less ob"•^",v?S itrurtiw) Th. was flotations, one when the Lyrical flaltods and ii placeo w.i.iv (ol whoaa lha pleturcaojUC; polite | ClauiUam Meiti i>-'v Leerta ha-, the nobility, w. Ion), lo speak .( rniddle* %  ^""t'.r l n ^""--"'''. w ,h *• n „ MM laaak RKnromont In France %  y young men at her BUWl ItJlt—flth ceiHiny CUM tn an and ui Krai. /idolpfie and the intense portraits ol David itnalrjrep la-1 ;dcal of beauty Fragonard's jaunty luxunousness; in England. twist in the lane for a fallen leaf, pal every break in the clouds for a study of change in the weather. Constable pointers of the past who taught belonged to that, at the time him to approacn Nature in a ""1 ptlnfiiig barely, articulate class of farmspirit of religious awe. He admirW UwtS, technicians, indused most of all Claude. Ruyad who held that Nature *a_. and the two PouoOtDB, who Uni. used and investigated, posed order and dignity on the rather than rapturously admired, tangle of haphazard growth, ami exg He was well fitted by birth the early Gainsborough who, be-bringing to be the pu'fore success and skill BMi i at Hrst movamonta of his bruafa world, was i-ecord without From his childhood in a miller's fuss without "bravura", the uncottage, from hi.s study of the complicated structure of a cartaxparimonu, he wheel, a plough-: at it WM fiuiih-ss to Ot[| .:.ic lo conceive tempt to convey the %  ppwaffAca ho U ( %  ; mdo/i iwaaping without Hrst knowing tnt Campagna or Poussin's mea! o they worked. When hipaint' :>UIL ,i anhitecture, and scrupuBJOI onl) Loofca Bke i,, u attention ti> thedeti urea but really seems to be growtypical Suffolk scene, could coming out of the ground, in the type bine to produce the no rf soil best suited to it; and when .iindstapes in English paint'.ng. he turns his attention to the andont monolithic structures at Stonehenn and a stormy sky h. makes statements about then which would be perfectly coniprehcnalble to author*! COOOtOfOr ami weather. thoee Bniahed 'landacapea tha Constable regarded as mitablv I or public exnio.tion. account for his sketches which we rate so highly and which ht tired so affectionately. In We must not regard this as a them we may occasion.i meagre achievement, simply beiin tH .-ho "f (iirtln or > cauao iiaiuiahsin has MIRV ()• %  i.',,/,-!!m nervous accenta, In COBM coiiununplace. U I ndfl of eolOUI nuiicating ma;;j ble's day it required nothing less an ^ i one But it is d.it.culi to In ay he ma mouu %  and built up %  rooi he bM ti pay UM price I %  I by 1802. Although Co .:. % %  til 1815 'i picture) BOJ i. nol mill % % %  ity to m em bership of tl amy. Ho kept himiell %  p.iiHtiiiK .i portraits ver popular landscapes). The This may hch? to_ account tor circujnatencei ot his u I lack of recognition all the more dil!iHa hat become engaged to a young 1811. uui certain members of bee family wen tile to the marriage till K T i ue and nobllitj i i ,.,,. v ,, ,„„V* should be equally lustlfled in han geniu to n^p Nature bare nnd ,„ historical explanation .... %  • i' ain.iT Km i! i^iiiicInliU'i iui'1lll*i'<< %  in. %  i__ . i . i_. pictures omethlng lo \ a£L£EE£3E %  : % % % %  ttage Scene or "Landwith thi Z land owners human reUUonanlp uhll uyone I i II.,vine angthwilh to roam: private only in %  lopment as I poet the sense that it %  %  on the eluded, hemmed In by trees. i reaa i i bulghl birth of .i tie same %  .ical gift which i ti be the meanwhile, f ac j ,. %  the pseudonym M % %  HH hUgn '!< Meeui i it %  %  It is easy 1 b uch Hi the moel intelligent ana i I \ HOIKlor t\ hT3 \9U) and The roellr Image ( I'M • ol mow %  %  lo-ks rich hi lortuoui paths and overbought! Inhabits i by a few liny Rgures, ipl aa h ed on to Id or the bank of I river, people with a job to do. dependent for living on weather and the Bow ol water, building boats. opening and closing Ing barges, as ncveslandscapc as cattle. lakers join in hli character, which him in himself of frills. In any case, he was for lhem exc ept by hu saved from the triviality of his t hat Constable sat down in a field, forgot all aboul pictures The yean mat lollow and scribbled notes on what he RUU ol nnddk-age anw. In his sketches on Brighton .so often a trough in DM beach around Salisbury, in Dedwen and most ham Vale and on Hampstead Heath, he steals a march on history by describing changes in weather and temperature, the hoisting of a mast, the passage of a cloud, the breaking of a wave on the shores—those fleeting moments that the painlcr muat either ignore Of snatch—In i Jhia part <>f Ihe land it unless thev had ipeni their youth thenand light, nnd how harpened, nplil boat. It iseldom c^CO % oiei.Vfl ! '" fact 1'iiiT mY % Si us an ??•• anH hi QUil Of write, i l i ui.ir r penon nvited to si! Dack and adproductive. Ha WM -i man of labits who on.%  %  :t.. For him a Inmtly aiui BODie measure of sm. delayed Thii la the i>enud oi %  "ay Wain and the LeapliUE Huiv. and of recognition by d intellectuals, shoithaiul botfi rapid and legible, But it lasted all too short vigorous and at the sari" wife died in t£2fl controlled, that ilnds no knie left, like ( gruntieo .-i In landscape painting un%  had til lluiiciin set Up an eatal at the .ts com] Until his own mouth of the Seine. death nine years later, he proli would not. htfiyever, he aenR .,. cs no Iongcr sIccp? ,,, uble to .peak of Constable Min Qn thc nV( f h(ink ^ unmhob |. I list BMHI la b I i| resell nlsti i egarded anwtcnes ns state. ">e f IVIIT i)l HHWt stories, as it were, with the whereas Con-table's sketches are more Intimate, preparations (Oi • I ilette knife. more disturbing to our troubled epoch than his sparkling sketches. Thcv show i :i option, of complihard won> coul[l „,,him. in HadJelak < utla ( bnlean Nolr he Ins life. PHOSFERINE is everyone's tonic Biro i\\ MiriTir THROlTiHOlT the world, for enr? 1 men] man, ntOSFSUNI baa been regarded as an indispensable none for i he u cak and ailing, the convalescent and the run-down. I'HOMhRINE hastens thc return to full health and strength. It revives the appetite, restores vitality, replaces lost conndence. 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^oned h London (OJll'Clidl! *HA. '.. ^7o... %  Mhroom at the %  oilen irM Sl-VDAV JAM' 1 — Of loiion Dresses a, JOMH Kr%Uinr % %  ace LM uoon a ..-ORVETTE liECTIOX. ^jLt, nu %  % %  I 'S <• >'•' '"'"" '''" uol r. rrtiU. % % %  n afernv In B %  rTji'i %  %  < % % %  %  ill. btre %  c rvi it, (men 3 and 10 ^BBBJa and feirci that can aland with ',., %  I house,. "ceiling price nown lU) anal thai mil a "dramatli ^ %  U rayon. outlonugli model '.i.i.ii. mai ella -Mur.-.i pockeU %  arcella. r charm, Tied town % %  • nn In" %  V, had Ihe doep ig to most women; bad littmn top straps with ine-armtd IP |aother had dainty SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACT SEVEN Children's Corner Rupert and the Caravan—14 ~$£* k J mm "T mdinuu. „ .J^* !" ""an "us, have .iokn "eppo, he thinks. Th.nk ifaod. Mas I kaiod hum. No| muat uk m h ~Baa by bad luck he o.erbaljucea a. he triu to set down •ram the two boaaa, and aa he wwjaa over oa his hack, the little "ooaKy boaoda %  , Hi. come -..' %  '— tMCkl" breathes Rupert, elr.id ,o hoPO Town-barring low cucvM nark iin. lUi* 1 '"' %  '"' .OPaXOI .. four sen crossings—will be told in ,.. !" H ,...."!-_!: A U,U ?f ,or sevei.,1 ,w.,.„,„, . ., ,lk. OB Wedn.sm* t %  %  %  ecklin< .... %  %  B Hilled hemline. It ;< in fawn %  Od whiti' check. %  WM a neat tMlttar-MCk AaoliMi ,u,:late coitoo wiin a star deugn. My personal favourue rrom UM lO ttU -p —P and black Itfa white nC-Pc ram. The ^lule hi collar on it. and the ikil unincnaciy (ull. %  were: ruched cull on be Ua which cuuici u. puUM .„ down oil the shoulders (and ftyftd there); lour sets ol mn** 8ses 1 c ,, 1 e ink mg round a Inn,, winch did not make it stand out too lullv £"'" "t . ^ .. bltmse ski ^d ^orts in grey Dark Cottons md white sir.ped cotton hair* hl,e 'I' cord; pleated l^rtha collar (for siotu, there were a change); and bows which led •imber of dark twisted cottons, on either W Of I wide hoi-h and red spotted collar, but could tt composed i %  .,-. (letached ".30 p.m. the 25th inst. beginnini; mi dr^i„ mU C^nk iS a a r d C9,V Ut and umb -elln .. very .'ull dn sku;t). Litorad •hirtLn Kn-t'ti and f I walk by a bus W'tJ 4 u 01 ? 1 ** %  ** 1 '"*" driver ol Qreenock, Scotland from . "" %  "• ^O 1 particular •bout them and keeps each one in a separate coop. One weaken! ha left them in the charge of hia abler and waa much chagrined on his return to find them all In the wrong coops. For Instance. the bunnies In the lowe* right hand square belong In the upper left hand square and vice versa. The problem is to put the rabhlts back In their correct order. %  o that the numbers run consecutively from one to eight in th*. upper left hand square and from nine to sixteen in the lower right hand one. You move one rabb | at a time. The onas in the lo,i be con,; equate mn 1 kM i-i UM IUOI tlh the Cragnuii 'Cd'tntfi tiotin't love ann HIUDLlXUaUlL'S WHY u a cat's tail like a long journey? if "i -" %  .n *nua waMsvv HOW can a leopard easily change its spots? jJM,ou i RKAIN TFASKK FIVE automobiles were parked bumper to bumper. How many bumpers warn acAiaii> UM MOB other? Answer In minute. IllSia 4UB.M JU-..1 Caslimore Bouquet TALCUM P O W D f R COIC. •TI.,iHOllVI.Mtt CO. Select These Early Your Cost of Living Bonut for Monday Tuesday & Wednesday ALLSOPPS Usually NOW I.K.I.II liil!! 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No riak of irritation t,, liam gaaM And no ct h a a ge in llavour. fnai ileaiwingaetion. No i laim i„ made that using Colgate' ill tooth decay, or help cavities all %  -lart.-d. Hut brushing : %  .Ii ilinitl.i ,IIT Iihe peeved my to help atop-tooth decay with •Jolgale Dental Cnam. i Always use Colgate's* to Clean Your Breath While You Clean Your Teeth and HELP STOP. TOOTH DECAY! •fflrarllj allar aaltaf



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SCXP AY. JANUARY 22. 1930 LOCAL NEWS Little Rain Retards The Cane Crop •n,f drv weather of November mid i affected' the growth of the sugar cane crop nirector of Agriculture. I—ilir.s i"> rainfall returns reavoid another shortage of planlCrtI from 3; nal. %  *1Sna;,average total rainfall Irec crop*. Breadfruit, guaves, "iTofTir.ixT was 3.48 i-.ches. golden apples ana Lammas wet" i.di.iB "sure for 1911; tba market. .lies, and the aver..,. iruils were also available 11 ruecemfr lor the pas: one ..mailer quantities. L&t years was 4^76 ; Inches. Pests and Diseases. Satisfactory r to* highest total fall for DeiJSL l4 was a Itrolling pests and diseases „n TZjrf at a station in UK 1C1U1 JC, -Thomas, and the lowest wai siND.AY ADVOCATE Thomas, and the loa few eompl... • gTlnche) recorded at a station caved during rna month, parish of St. James. l'casaiit __ Livestock. tfSl psrs ta lbP -— •— %  %  %  — •%  %  %  . nim iwo animal Iced as well M green i.u„„,,.,ifr was in good supply thn.u,*!.,1 ,v rtiaai %  * Mtia OU lne month, KTSSiUon. which pre£ * £* "Uin and fl JJT during November ana £l? flrdcns m 1J ^^StooS inv p. sssr man * i rcos mre ,op ,10 M reaching maturity "CEikta. ,, t^Mdv and ewery effort should Z, !" 0 *Un,R Kde to harvest u expedlf the Colonial Developp fcj" 1 *^ mlfere Scheme, furl T£ -upplving of the newly * given to pc.i... %  diied'.-rej. *M begun dunlin ,ne """all;,!. f Slitter part of the month: *erequipment. Cultivator., %  *-i was fairlv good, except slsIed W1,n Kal/.ini-.M pipe and storage tanks \, uEsiarance wltn .h? InitalUUon ,,f ctber hrigat'on untti consideration. The Agriculture. 1 Statine Ruinfall at Una Stations was ns irtrToui fen TV*-Drr. 1MB: Yw. iw y c %  ffOatJOn new .—••.• 0— .-,.. %  certain areas where sweet polices were growing In fields up IP a Utc date. food Crops. A number of fields t yams and sweet potatoes were invested during the month and Ddds were satisfactory in the uajonty of dislrl 1 Cotton picking was eonT ,. j ^i^Tkm'ti U^ aunng the month; variable sayn Couri icti ch. 2 *> *t S Uds are being obtained. AtOww . rattas. suitina nntnt pirlh*noiiM rettes. suiting, paint, earthenware. sto\Ts and sugar machinery were among this vessel's cargo. The ••Pacific Star" is one of th, Blue Star freighters. Its local agents are Messrs. Robert Thorn Ltd. %  ...an lomoermere anc ne and one each from St Michael's Girls' School and Queens' College. The number of Dry Goods In the City are increasing monthly. Two new stores now led In Lucas Street — one the Stanway Store and the other 'he Bomlnv House, which was '",' rn-ed^ SfcouMSuppgyo/Canadian r^^oteUf'SS fc"***8" Slopped? "'• swan Street. LONDON Jan 21 .^L'!£! Poo,ba11 S"**" just The British NawVpr.nl Supp, jg?S ,'a C ?-T, er r Not "' Damc '' Com P'y on Friday assailed tie? second and Third Divisions will ernment's decision to stop pur aSu^""'^"" 1. thc B y cn s n Chdian newsprint dur (.rounds today. Notre Dame ing the Ural half of 1950 3! "I""'" of the Third DiThe Supply Company Is Ih. usion Cup last season. agency Of BriUsh newspape %  !" ac c '? cn J ^ Place nt tho owners. It rations out news iZ^% J L no nd P 10 rlnl suppUes bought by Ih bjn Slreei' at about 12.15 p.m. on Government. The Company sal. rriaay between the motor car In a statement that the stoapin ,,".!' """"d hy Udy Clarke of of Canadian newsprint purchase Worthing. Christ Cnurch. and was "a threat 10 the security ,. driven by James Thomas of Ivy a free press'' of Brit.ii: IJJ "J a blcvi 10 ned and was a "grevlous injury to friend rSfZ" K.. ar ' d Mulllns of who have helped us so laaereui luage, chnst Church 1> through the war and SPECIFY A-heci of the cycle was -iCP pkaen negligible. The leeward %  mines were entirely free of this Thc cotton trees are putpn, oui fresh blooms and it is oped that these bolls will be ndy for reapmi; before the beinnlng of the Close Season. ('01 tan Variety Tr Hplng of these triuls continued Stations during Hie month. The luring the month. included weeding, mould!. Cotton Plot Competition. The contour bunds nd cleaning of idnnK of the cotton plots endrains and furrows. Btd in this competition took Livestock, (i) The total number %  "ice early in December, and the of ^_jt prize was awarded to Ramon -~.t the end of the month Brrie. of Robinsons. St. Philip. com| i continued the la sheep and equin* fairly yams, eddoes. cassava ami hundn __teet potatoes during the month, ot cows' and foal uiiii-j orn was in ood supply duced. Fourteen head of livestock •nnj lh< il_ were sold. Qtpgny eush. as usual, the birds ac Stud services paid for at SS 0ran J WDied for a large proportion of the Stations in December wei ecrop as follows:—bulls 131. bu Saiar Cane. The maturity oJ rama 33. bnaoi of 323 for the month. The number Of MB flat ions for the nine-month period ended 31st December, Till. CLOCK TOWER of the Savannah Club which recently received a fare liftingTwo Ships Will Help W —^ prn. on Fr .1. Passenger Service £sS PASOTNG] tag passes to tho United Kin :'V^^ c.om from Barbados four months hence, will have the it Is reported that M 481 was e Ol tWO new Unen; whld lh ^ time of the occurhorter time then the usual I6deyg. "TL ro r lrin ine rear fender and bumper .—_ __ of M 481 were damaged. are S.S. "Ornnjestad" and SS. lemstad" on tne E> %  an i %  •[ %  (' iclei' .. ?naea aiat Liecerootr, i4. rin B December 194D. ttaa was 3,765 as compared with 3,640 taken Into the at for the same period la^t year verted Into pasaenger-fr> Oevrlopmrnt ProJerU. Irritation. Ilalion of the electrically D0^ and irrigation unit at "Saves t'"iin" WM completed* during the inoiiili. At Ihis station two fleldM iniilunty of e rane en in the rer rainfall districts, h ned by the hot dry con'livailed in DecemOn the whole. Indications that yields on peanut. II be fair, d rmination of the %  HO-5: crop hu '. Mi, befii ouiie <. Catton. The %  able for harvi stum I Ih neasrttwerc encaged in puknn; and M^"„ nireaay 2u!J !?' ?' y sa,lsf ^'ory meauu of portable 25J Tw^"!"" 1 ^ ave been linea Thp insinuation of me lrtok^i!!. %  Wng urgriBatlon units at "Bullen" and JXaiV?? f lhc seed for The Home is nearing comple%  hng the itei rtcrop in order to HOUSING BOARD MET YESTERDAY InnualScout Heeling Next luesday The" front dajringed. Egbert Hall of Howell's Cross Road was seriously injured end detained at thc General Hospital when he became involved in an .iceident o n Friday. The accident occurred at about 4.45 p.m. on Probyn Street between the motor lorry M 630, owned by Messrs. Martin Doorly & Co. of Palmetto Square, and driven by Preston Hinds of Harts <>np. Christ Church, and the blTr^Tc 1 .^ by Can ? lnal I>owrich and Fighting Hoyte (166 lbs) of Reid Street, and ridden by Hall. The preliminary bout* ware full n,o\?i, n Cl !^ nco IO ^ placc ,n ,ne ' intcre 1 a d a >d display i IIFJIIC Huilding yard at about 2.50 of this manlv art was witnessed m m y n nST a> brtwc n ,he m *lor especially In ih. si. owned and driven by class (5 rounds). Millmgton of Rockley. The mam bout gave fullest cnurch. and another ear. satisfaction. A clean COOteet wm uM. nc 5. b L Sir John Salnt witneaaed. Hoyte is a game fighter but not same enough to "carry on" with a single orb having had the other closed in the third round by a itingtng blow to the face which landed Its vicinity. Itenn's supe25 Years Ago < BARBADOS ADVOCATE, January 22. IMS Pugilistic Stanley Benn K.O FiuhliiiK Ih' %  Dispite the inclement weetiMI last Saturday night, there \ • good attendance of boxing i T. thusiasts to witness the light between Stanley Been (143 lbs.) and Fighting Hoyte (166 lbs.) "EVERITE" BRAND CORRUGATED ASBESTOS CKBIlIfT SHEETS VVAV/'//,V.V.WV.V.V,V.'V.V.V,V,-,W,WlV<'/.v,. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. I NEW .SHIPMENT AT THE OLD PRICES. 99 The loss of four fowls and three riority, despite the in weight was full) J when Hoyte took the count winch i V was the result of a straight loft I A on the same spot in the fourth 9 round. %  dty* was 1M9. MEBTINa OF ISLAND COUNCIL THC Annual Meeting of the given yesterday by ll and Scout Council will take e at Headquarters, Baddaa ,,. on, Son & Co. x t. L'4th Jan—one of plant canes and Hie 100 .saloon II 4.30 p.m. other of 'preparation' crops—are *scond I ,. ti me j s already under Irrigation bv 4.30 and NOT 5.00 p.m. as stated Th' In the in Tnurs(ia> s reminder. -.vice which IC-illy lii lie;.r-al a to ButeThe second rehearsal by South •ios when tr.,y aie en route •-.. Waatarn ii.sin.i In on Engtand. The |rts of Call ,. f,„the Rally to welcome His Exi :>ncy was held at Headquarters ro, Antwerp, Madeira so Thursday evening last at 4.80 1 i ; laira, o'clock. I There was an I pert of thc togland. but the number of Seouta must ba greatly Improved ii tha The "Oninjcstau V Is to be the nice THE HOUSING BOARD yesterday considered an ^plicaiiuii Irom Mr. C. L. Austin, who soui hi a £tate'" Vl n e 1 SP0 '"'" """' erec,ion f %  sh P at lho lia > la board decided thai they gested that a survey of the win. • no auUloril, ,„ „,„,, sue, estate ba made, including an ran,.menu, hut agreed to reler small shoos, or little l„.su,evse. ...',. ..."... !" •"•* %  IV~II .inn IIIII-V rabbits was reported by Corline Bourne of (ioverni: ted that her fowl house Een and entered n Thursday night and the rabbits and % %  b an valued $11.76 were taken. were again I %  Lane districts. Anita Osbourne Folly reported the loss and ;( quantity Of cloth Ing. total value $26. from h %  The loss of a quantity of grilled $5 was reported bv --on of Chapmar led that the articler were taken from her residence hf'wceri Thursday and Friday. en from the Water V-rW rvmrtment were kep' busy during the week laying main at Goodland. ( hii-i cnureh. Early yesterda> morning residents from SMwei i ilso along rood <>r st. PhiUp. Mif'ered from a watei This was caused by a burst in th main at Mottley's Hill. St. John which gels its gravitation supply "MASONITE ii THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES '"""j" %  'i-iu u vA|j."v-ivii < > ivaiiy is 10 oe make its iir>t cell hen -wvn ans ii gravuaiion .supply and the "WU1 %  i, >;d will l>c held ,r m Newcastle. it00 Thin 1.3(1 p.m. ^h Water Works I* senger ship o n lb ,,> look forward *• %  Prunipt in carrying out reirnoul of palrs aml ls expected that the 'ighi weeks. 1 I.TOUD supply would be back to normal m =s %  will. Mr. Austins a,,.. I'n-, ,,:.,-, s,, ,,„„,„ '""i of theCentral Crew under A.n.c Mr. s i, Bernwdl 26th Barbados) -JJ .. aa ^i-.iii ,. ,..,3,.,.., u,.jy,,vi..n.ii. D. Mottley M.c.i'. mntaa which had bean appoint,| aV| a Barbados ,n Group on SttDday th January in runway. A private main is being „.,, an cllort lo impart some of the la a at Blue Waters. _.. .r T' -"""ley m.v.l-. inillee wnicii had been appolllll.lv, M T ,' l> a<:1 ea '" """"•' recomliiciidalioi,.. In u '' iw Q "v !" el "v. ilf" ciTi" II Jibe_ Board had already reconneclion with the permanent ,'..;,,ie me of the Idsd WM n l s '' 1 '" l <"> . S. Payne of thc same Plantation. St. lames. At about 3 50 p.m on Friday an accident occurred with hi. .. "U3.ni uw r ^....„ . .......^ v....-|. MWitati, Sun & Co., Ltd sai't '" %  •." ••••<-v %  • MUIV %  J* his house removed bul lions for the llxing of land r, hat he waTlold bv the ' ,hc rasion and ten -aa to opu, .nothei „ „„ v Ks ,„„. ,ch he gave. A. i.. > '""'h' decide Government lo recamsider their .... .,, VM Hracllce about 4.45 p.m. when h< motor car X 382 nwi,.H l.v r'„„ %  hould keep sl,„p oo the Bay decision in connection with the "'" U1 '* M a Inmander DUon of f'nm., M a comiie-.ii.ve basis. purchase of a part of Gnnxttcs S S %  Stnvve.mt is ah, ut In ' %  • "'"llymore Rock ,,T ,'1' a. -LVat l """ ,, 1 '"" P "-rT"T — ^ ,P n 2S*hS. bee„ ab c'om,ng %&*£ "^ ^ !" """ May !" of tLfSS. S a snop had already ocen reThe Secretary ol the iael. and the motor lorry M _to ihe K ,, , relevant „ u w During tho war it w %  %  < '" Ihe Shell on Ittda , information, Mr. to thl IromtheL .. ...... r,ven h> Joseph Vd 1 T ,h h "T! u r S2S~ '-'"" aroa L ,c Bay !" > % %  oud?. *SC=l!S b ni'. ,K a'^'wltn M hT';" S f Sp 7,5' i,y TK caJrit? I „ i 1 *"?h a u" K ES "" C Th ,' rly "" h 0USCS ?£ *"' h bM h ""* M ta SSne^SbleTre^^mTnA .'.'^'.^"er. of both vehicle, were I dTeV3e7 th"','' '" "' ved a, ; d ,hc "'d"> 'he We.tlnd.es. applied a V noo a U, ,'' i ? cd loss "' d '''-' hrought up the sengers Eiii chart, nurse, pending the arrival !, '" rch %  >' '" supply of water • i^J '' ""' ,hc au 1"'lon of drainage and refuse "Boskoop" and SS. "Cotlici. i I the doctor i H. John During ihe weak i io remove Mr. Austin's disposal at the Bay Estate and SS. "Gascogne ,,: f ,., .,,,, u ., ..poiher labourers were busv i n/.^ m .._ - it was above the Haa the Sccrclar, was loid to arrange Transatlanlique Una opportunity ha, been 'afford, to i Government as the matter to be discussed at thc passengers from Barbados for to show thc public thc value of %  removed He SUBnext meeting. U.K. Scouting. damaged. §JPeter. Workmen from thi iks Department are en • a well at War The Department il JUST ARRIVED I LATE FOR XMAri RI'T ALWAYS mom Rowntrees BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES In H-lb. & 1-lb. tin, and la.-lb Boxes CaUard a. Bowsers Celehralcd DESSERT NOUGAT & RUTTERSCOTCH In Psekages and Tins Price Jlc, 34c. 4Sc., 70c. CADBURY'S BOURNVILI.E 4 DAIRY MILK CHOCO LATE BISCUITS Price $1.12 & $1.20 tin. Can, CHEESE CRISI'S ,, Price Mc. $1 -,} M<5 ;. ,; 4/3 tin ;' ;> — Also — A beautiful assortment of Pancy Biscuit, In decorated llns by Jaoob, Crawford, luntley & Palmer and Peek Frcan. Prices from $1.04 —$2.31 • BRUCE WEAIHIRHUI) LTD. OBADBS—OrVBD BQABDARD II MI-IKI i) HAKi) BOARD Each in To i'hicknesse< — W and 3/W Available in .heels:1 1, ft P und 12 II. \ I Ii. Wide MANIIMII TMII MIAN A STKKNCITH EQUAL TO V, t)UI)!\-,KV WOOD. IT '. SAWED, POLISHED OR PAINTED AND W:i.I. NEITHER SPLIT NOR SPLINTK.; wi.EI) OR SCREWED. t is Ihe Meal Material 1st Wall I'anellini!. Partition.. Door Panel,. ( || ( ,,„„;,, rjaek, und Table Tops Ma. a*utuw SI a Bound to COM More. NOV. IN Hal TIME TO BUY. PHONE UM fOB PRICES. HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPI Dial 2364. '.VAV,V.V/,V.V-W/' V/'/W,V>V*V#V/''.V*V/'. labourers were busy at Bowman aa Station extending the building to house a new boiler as approved by the Legislature a few months ago Will customers please note OwinK to the .-.nn | ,„ uns shlp| hJ! %  ton will be oponti ;i day mm v%riHiK%v -'im, JAMAH. but will ba cloeed toi the waMy half holiday at U NOON on im BSOaVI MHi JANUARY CAVE SHEPHERD & co. LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET It's DeLima's for Diamonds \"''''''''''**wss,s,,.-*S^& &„,,„,„„ 1 7 ^ DeLIMA & CO., LTD. 20 BROAD STREET PHONE 4644 THKSK AHK ITEMS rot; wn.i. t'WOt'H nrdvr mm ANOTHER SIIII'MENT OF WONDCSJ LI. VALUES IN BICYCLES Manufacture,! %  u C o.. LTD. HADDin c ^JA p CAnowi rim K "nwoe CORNTLAKM OOUDA CHUM pom APWX SAUCE PtABS HORar. HADISH TOMATO KKTCIfUP CHUUUM HATOMMAiei SANDWICH SPREAD tXJCKTAIIONIONS < "W A, OATE FOOD OLucoax ~i k£ "—Oz^ GOLDEN ARROW RUM PERKINS & CO., LTD. ROEBUCK STRI I | %  • .ni wear, workmanship o( uniform id of nbeolutr accuracy. THE FOLLOWING HOPPER CY0LES ARE IN STOCK:— CENTS' ROADSTERS & SPORTS CYCLES LADIES SPORTS CYCLES JUVENILE MODI All the above in colours to suit each and every taste. INSPECTION INVITED. • TME nxniixims wmmimmv ft** HUte Park Road DIAL 1528 St. Michael



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PACE F.ir.nt SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JAXU.UtI ?J BARBTOSj^AOyOClATE FubiuM nt wa c. LM. n. %  " •• %  • "n^slow, Sunday January 22. 1830 A railed Front THE aclion of the Tr; 1 iture in calling on the Government to sponsor a conference of del* tures of the other colonies in the Caribbean so that the West Indies can present a united front in their reply to the United Kingdom at the forthcoming sugar talks next month is the first practical indication that the West Indies have abandoned their narrow individualistic approach and are reaching out towards a federal policy. From Jamaica in the north to British Guiana in the South the colonies, with few exceptions, dapand almost entirely on sugar for their exportable crop. Failure to get a remunerative price and a long tern guarantee will put back the hands of the clock in all these colonies where, for the first tune in history, the worker was beginning to enjoy a standard of living previously denied him. The many social improvements initiated since 1939 were only possible because of increased prices for sugar and 'fcurity to the industry during the war years. Many of the recommendations of the Commission are yet to be implemented, and whether they will ever form a part of the fabric of the social structure of these colonies depends entirely on the fate of sugar. TheSugar Association has laboured valiantly in the cause of sugar but their ,i been crowned with success lime that the Government threw their v in this life or death le for the very existence of Indiana i. be i %  (atul led n D0l<1 II lor II the path i tony. U> %  %  Ihe United K ngdom HI between Capital and Labour in the West Indus would be car. bom would look n on any attempt by Capital pi ices for sugar. It will that the utterance of a i ol the iambly helped materially t hisopinion. HJ'. Labour has nan the trap before it was too late. Mr. Bustamante's common sense approach to tinmatter baa had much to do With the conversion of Labour in other parts of the Caribbean. He has declared, on more thin one occasion, that ha favour of profile for the capitalists so long as the worker gets a fair share. And judging from articles and letters in the Press, and from statements made by politicians and Trade Unionists throughout the area unanimity on the question of sugar is assured. A United V. ill have 'ar better chance ol obtaining a favourable agreement even though the looming .lections will be a severe handicap to objective eonsidcration ol the whole sugar tJIMMMI, (row* lurpo*e* ONLY by dote co-operation between the Government and the Parochial Authorrttea can there be any hope of progress. Disagreements between Ihaea IWO bodies are to be regretted. At the |" IMM moment lln sMlchael'l Vestry and the Govtrc mi'iil are at logger hea QM OVtl thfl method adopted in giving relict to thfl pariah toners Ol St. Michael who suffered in the floods of August last. At the last nonrUngol thfl Vflftf) ;' tottflf from the Financial Secretary, fol warding a voucher for $449.50 'or thfl relief ol ten parishioners whose houses were damaged on the night of August 31, touched oil the spark for a wholesale condemnation of Governmenl's methods in dealing with the flood MitT. i The Vestry claim that the churchwarden's committee, on Septcmbei '.'<•. prs sented claims totalling over $50,000 and involving losses suffered by 555 families in the parish. In reply the Kinancud Secretary was directed on October 7 to inform the Vestry that claims for persona! property of those who are situated above high water mark of the loodl would not be kfalt fo| i.moderation. Furthermore the Financial Secretary speeitieaih set out the onlv conditions under which consideration given to claims, ryone was satisfied that every pcSSK should be done to '*"£'"£ thTdemands of unscrupulous claimants any unds collected or granted by Gov^ and that a careful examination of the claim "„t to WM an e-ential prerequteite bonta could be made. %  %  -V,.,„.-,t1v there seems to have been eemi .ndence on th another letter ^rri^^r^wasconside,! poblem and also the fact that the ,,Znt had taken ,t lor panted ha ,|,,v would assume the reap J disbursing money granted ' " "j"'* houses which suffered damage in the •storm" of August 31. Thcv were naturally surprised to find that according to the ruling o.; ment. personal property must have | riamaBed by llood water but elan. damaS to houses would be met even i The houses were remote Urn the Hooded Ol the parish. And I ;|,a. claims by ow:. not occupying their tuuses would .vM be considered immediately did not help in I improving relations between Vestry and G Neithe 1 r e 'the Vestry nor the Government are without blame in the matter. When considering relief to persons whose houses suffered damage, the Government have sljlv defined the state of the weather on | August SI as a "storm"; but have preferred to rely on "Hoods" when damage to personal property was involved. The Vestrv, on the other hand, have been inclined to ignore the differentiation, in the two letters received from the Financial Secretary and, allowing their pique to over-rule their better judgment bayi ruaed to carry out a duty which clearly Ufa within their province. Nothing is to be gained by continuing the feud and all the differences could be ,,solved by an informal meeting be : mittee of the Vestry and the Finan" any Othei officUUl purpoae by the Central C The people of St Misha in otbi i I that it may take (hi withheld indefinitely from the vici i „„. >j %  ,m.' An amicable ment between the Local Auts ment would go a la winds bringing about a final %  etuement m ibunament ol ... and to those who lost oeraonal propert y. %  •iiblirily Xeetled THERE is no question that one of the essentials for a thriving tourist tri publicity. The tourists must knOT locality of the place, and at I outline "f Its attraction to think of spending a \ thai*. And that publicity p ; known not only by tourist reeorl but by Airways Companies one of the leaders of which has Stated thai for every doll ponded on publicity the company gets a. return of two hundred dollars. With this as a guiding light Barbados must decide at once whether main unknown and with her light hidden under a bushel or whether her charms are to be known in circles where there are comparatively wealthy people anxious and eager to winter abroad. For. however much we may encourage the day tripper, SJ aie not in a position to turn up our at him, yet, it is from the well-to-do visitor. who will spend three to four months in the island, that Barbados stands to benefit to a greater extent. There are three types of tourists that have to be catered for. The tourist hmi type are attracted by advertisements in newspapers and periodicals and by attractive folders displayed in the trtw I etas. Then there is the busuv man or woman who desires a holiday when life and a generally gay tin available. And, iinilly there i> the individual %  ufflotentiy well off and withou iness ties who desires to escape the ol the Northern winter The first and the thud type will come to Barbados; the second variety will seek amusement in Havana. It is the third type who. beioiini annual visitor, will rent or purchase a and si ill create lasting amp : mastic servants and chauffeurs This type will find in Barbados the atmosphere that he requires and, with hll hanced in value, he will be able to Uvt luxuriously. Before we can entice him t o me we must present him with I %  Utlfl facts about the island and living conditions here, and there tan be HO better medium hare for such a task than a comprehensive hand book Hal SHt'tl laiMKPOWMSIKVKt fO* **•! MOTOMISTS — Hurry!! These are sellinc quickly Ualoh Oil Stoves 2. 3 and 4 burner on SI Sinale and Double Table Models. I Coleman OIL STOVES—Sing, o^ BOX IRONS—6',". 1" and 8" SAD atom COAL POTS. OIL LAMPS and LANTF.RNS mUUNBUrt 4 HAVNfc-S t n.. l.Tu surca !" ^ C.8 PITCHER & CO LTD Phone.: 4472 & ISIfi Sitting On The Fence gy J^ 6 Way "Eniiuiring at an employment exchan for help with mv housework. I was told, •a: Hie moment mo ol our girls are irltiler sportlna in .•rland.'" —LHler lo ta Editor. UP the steep mountain side, o^cr Four cociney'voice, shout: "Give Four happy servant girls, sluing Maryf Arm. Harriet. Roste, and In the Ions bar there are ice cold | for poor little round ^sain. %  u %  Harriet, Rosie, and %  Oh. Edu-ard. how could you call if *ch a dreadful name? I asked you a quouon, Amy. How long? Only a u-rcU, Edward. Only a week. Already you are < %  %  n-uierably out of proportion. Edward. Why .ire vou doing this, Amy. Bceaase I want to be like ihe u-ornan in Uie odVCftlScmeHt loanl to quell men with mv /tonre. And be Queen of Highgate, I presume? ; BfeaanL Anothar bottsU ol this ..na you'll be queen o( n freak dreUB. What man do you want to quell. Only you. Edu-ard. I m getting arid / know you "Oe-er. wba* 1 smasher! He must (If he's a dook, he might look at a girl.) quarts ol champagne." %  %  Amy. if nature has given you of curves I must bea>it. I niu-t ftccspt my fate like [a future all your correspondence will b' opened by me at 'he breakfast table, -card. Ycu may go to your room, Amy. Yes. Edu-ard. \. \l .sO 1 I'.irs il we're "omc agaus, i vou'll cop it. I I. Tni Ihe waiter.' I i i dntB Mar> Ann. Harriet, Rusie. and Jane. NOW all the funny men have had their say about the next 50 I would you like to hear the prophecies of one of the few Inded columnists in the country? When atomic energy has rail and put all the mlnl at of work, the miners will Back in Belgravia. back at the ** P* into new atomic plants to MCK "' D 1 make enouah energy to put every!; hton. mum^ body out of work, No. I don't think. ., In Murrcn 0, Harriet. Bi Among the last workers to do anvthinf at all will be the agricultural workers. UM happy years roll by. By BEACHCOMBER ,... proaueai i^un^a, wr>tai a iruH, Wluctl WtMi IU Oi:.U.<„ •o sunn.i'iiun.'.y dlttaeot IDBttU" menl." ibis question of who is playing what is always cropping up in undisciplined orchesnas. Or tvownf, when the Swinuon FhnWtrt plajniUj *n Versailles, the lady at the harp goi i /.ing lit. so the druaunai leaned over and ran his drum-! H nag Ins wires like a bo., playing on area railings. Wha with the ineatUUl and the sudden row from the harp, the conductor failed to notice that two men won struggling at the trombone', m^uth; the second, a violirus. r, shouted, "Let's have And every music-love, knows the story of the gii bo got her thumb caugh botwoon the cymbals at Bayreui. M Dr. Rhubarb's Corner Mabel writes: My yrandiuih.i U HMfCmo Mmasl| ill with ujorry about getting a liable (ment off lh§ ttMSkm. h thi,\ psychological'.' Dr. Rhubarb replies: Tell him W ou^li; to extend the franchise! .0 borioB, and note whether the[ ramark mnoys him. Turkish Delight TO a rooant uut b too* "f C m.inoui non-delivery of HERE WE ARt . with the Best of GROCERIES CADBURYS BED LABEL DRINKING CHOCOLATE AYLMERS ASPARAGUS SOUP LIPTONS COFFEE < i.Xo t'UBES ..i SAVOY CHOCOLATE MALTED JACK STBAWS DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGES (excellent quality) HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE SHBDLEYS MIXKD VEGETABLBS I'OIIEBTSOJIS I.IMF. MARMALADE ,., SWEET MIXED PICKLES HOLLOWAY'S DRY GIN QUEEN OLIVES COCKTAIL ONIONS COCKTAIL CHERRIES AUSTRALIAN PEACHES AUSTRALIAN PEARS AUSTRALIAN APRICOTS SOUTH AFRICAN GUAVAS I..: tin ; COCKADE FINE RUM. Slansfvlil Svittt A Co.. LH 5, tOtton 1 can will be milked by remote years ago. in idd my own. Alanyi mall Turkish! Jiufii ofi IliUliUatV \ published in tury Bx| Is only women with beautiful ..ho can be queen hund %  How h>: been Indulging in this unnatural practice? ropa sown and reaped by atom-driven machines guided by i.idit. people working will be %  I'lrvumTi eon i Their job will l>e to prevent the i mad, though it Is possible they II make the masses madder town. I tried to buy a ttamp. All 1 could do was lo hold uul ate iii...nteu to KLI on the of it. The olllnal J;I 10 u>ok the %  otter. I triad to inform dumb show thai it was to hun. He then a stamp, but Kept ih> than ever and end up by going •• > ll ,aae moUon8 r novm,, ttvss, iiuiiiim: to ittek the stamp on. ok it back and raUirnoa ivory block '"> SOOey. I shouted angrily, of communal flats, life size, and he gave me back the letter. in three dimensions and natural but without the stamp. 1 colours, looking as terrible as thumped the letter and roared %  Club. 'or a stamp in English and Britain will have the llrst woFrciKh, and he took back the man Prime Minister, followed form. Finally I got the letter but shortly afterwards by an all -wo* no stamp, so I tore the letter up man Cabinet. Later on there will and llung it on the floor. Whci be i*n all-woman Parliament. I left he was still grinning. i' of man will follow In practically no time. All wages earned by men will be paid to then wives, in the case enter of widowers, the money will be Without Comment Mr. George Bernard Shaw would say nothing at his 'ioi last night about the offer from small German town to name Um • female relaHonorary Till Eulenspicocl. \\ hat's on Today ( liui.h Services at S, 9 and 11 a.m. Cricket Trial Game at Kcn-.iiitiuii at I in pin. -Miiul.o School at 3, 3.30 and 4 p.m. t hurra Service* at ^ p.m. %  > an li men a thing. "ill be allowed in ..nv bar. hotel, or place of entertainment unless accompanied bv a ht will take him home K hen she thinks fit. Looking further ahead, Britain will have the first dog M.P. The doggie will be so popular man's House of Commons that they will soon make him Prime Minister. Then there will be an all-doggie Cabinet, followed by an all-doggie Parliament. THE LAST HUMAN M.P.: May i Prime Minister 00 i Mssing the lamnl dog biscuits and making the best food a priority for dOJB? THE PRIME MINISTER: WowWow-wow. fCries of Wotc-uow, Wou-troir.) < %  !. %  < i.i. Si*>noi %  kind of gallantry. Instead, invite her out and —Daily Paper. put your case frankly. She will say 'yes' or 'no' with equal .^.s "—Italian's advice to risitino Italians on how to approach English girls. SO you no lika me, ha? Well ye*, and no. sort of. You lika me, yes, you lika me no? Well. 1 sort of do and yet 1 sort of don't You don't lika me, you do lika me. Do you lika da supper wiz me? 1 stafj Well. eclually no, thenk* awfully. You lika da supper, no. You tanks awfully for nozzings. You never care for me at all, not for tune? Bobsally, I couldn't care leu What is da matter win me? Am I oogly? Am 1 rude? Am I terrible? Do I stinka? To be absolutely frank, you !, Ectually? Eclually. —Londt,.. impress Service NOTICE DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE LINQI "MAURETANIA" ON SATl'HDAY Mil OUR DRY GOOD DEPARTMENT WILLS CLOSED ON Thursday 20lli > % %  .:(•* .mil ii|>, il oil Saturday 28lh u>ill3JSf1 OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS All ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY SHOPPING ACCORDINGLY. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. tf'SSSWHWV. .::; ".-,". -.v.-.-.V/V//* 1 Ol II III \III IIS Ml TiltPublioAn Iulilliil To Sviii|ialliv %  i for an chalfci apologizes for lbs the Company now finds itself, and the closing i own he slates "we can only cim. sympathetic understonoin. Public in I arisei. cotnpli is astounding to say the least. The Public arc t' titled to the .ympati and the cause of Uw dluli— was ceropsrating a health arul Ifara o( more than 200,00a individuals has light to operate its system without a Urge enough surplus of t to take care of any emergei.. othai than kos and devastating fires or flCHxts Mr B ng nnK.it o time but not now i oquiptntno. i secured In Cana.i in England. cxcti>t 1 I wonder U Mr 0B) thought of telephoning M to England foa new crankshalt and other necessary psirl U Mi Smith has tried to buy or lease in Canada or %  i States new Company tterUls ol less he has bott, gives to the public in his letter. to have no regard wnott . %  . of the users of his product for %  %  %  dends lo hi I • sbouid why UM in Ba baaV the continuance of th %  ity on tin oropanj to give good service at reasonable rates or else to force the sale off DM prop, -ts which would perform as electric utilities elsewhere are required to I am sorry, M \ In spite (i .;" 1 sh.-ll %  A. ST. JAMES REs Jan. 10, 1949. U gad Initiuii Sufiiir ate. %  ing in tb I January II try of Food: iirtcnt in Jamaic.i %  i nerrt • 1 i for all colonial sugar estimated lo be produced in man has sir ven mom lor colonial b. oninl Secretary has i %  proposals. Editor's Neto — The -Advocate" understands that the crankshaft is ready for shij Wi d uravd %  ng formula is quite able as a I basis of Migar-producing colonies arc seeking, therefore, is a 10 year I iT.0 to purchase i of our expanding* prof sugar at a reasonable price based on local condlt.oM, to that we can look ahead, expand production, and provide wages for our roaslng populations; that COlon standards may—lo use I mn undertaking given inment ns us August 10 — b "maintained and imp!.. In August last it cou'd truly be said that H M. Qoi koinnon of boih potttteaJ parties in the House mons, had accepted "hi %  %  bv fair oevarea as boS>^ hrr erosMononnnj depressed collemocroitk way of make headway against paganda of Communism. But now, a few months later. Ihe Ministry of Food ha: Offend UsS British coonies u contract for considerably less sugar than they are alread. cxpoating; the balance elf :*nemt would doubtless bring cheer to Moscow • responding setback to Br Ush presuge among tens of millions of Colonial subjects" MEN WHO PREFER SUGAR WORKER. BEST QUALIT* RUM insist on-*" GODDARD'S " 8 l



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r\(.I "EN SUNDAY AIiVO* \TI >VND.VV. JANUARY B, ^ W.I. NURSES WERE FIRST B.C. "CLIENTS" (i mm our laondon Correspondent) LONUON tBj .Mail). ,ver from ihe Colonial OmYe by the British sponsibilitv for housing all Colonial student*: tain is proving an unqualified success That. aiJmv ton of** Wesl Indian Nursing Sisters clients' to be received by the Council COMING TO WJ. Rrilish t.iii.intt: Engineer Gets Appointment In Fiji GEORGETOWN (By Mail). V: John r:i:r.ik Bruen. De%  uiv Dirt-dor oC Public Works ••] in Bri'i^h r.ufana has been iVansferred to the Fiji %  "lar capaelt>. Mr Bnien, wno at present holldavhiR it. England, jomrd th* .jv.i.rtment ii' .ulani In 19110, and in 1030 was appointed Deputy Direc:mected with Sc • Drainage and Irrigation Born *n Countv Mayt, Ireland. tie ma educated Uonal Unlvr: Hn He will be remembered in %  Society Foniud To Wmmm Orroan Re-unkm i i, 21 ;. -man agric IBortly o; i ., % %  ... He. %  iirunion" American and Western Europe They thought the United 94 *hould buy more from South America, and that the sub-con-.iuld be encouraged tj product good* that western | wanted. %  SMI.I hoped that this aJ| be HO) *imi.•i.rtt. I Society's %  %  the foundation meeting number .. %  German I lgland December lift, one day before the takeover was due to come into effect Slightly bewildered they stood on tne deck oi their she rleamed up the Channel to give thein %  v ihej wondered •ho> won l<.T-.v.lvc Ail-era ii. Ambassadors lo Caribbean and wn, lam-1 American uiu.nttU.-H mcetint here to discuss Inler-Amenaahm. he cannot i ihould prnmotf the flow of trade between bcutn romy bul „ up wlth !ucn d ,mculty Lasting fitness will make your dog a happy ^ lovable companion Amba8S€uIor Resigns snd sacrifice bv immediately intrgrating it wnh unsound economies in other countries, have not shown the resolution lo f lake effective steps lo put themselves on a sound basis BUI Britain woulj work toward* properly pi.., • K'i: DC. PIWM ALIt'E. Countess of Athlone who is coming to Ihe West Indies for the open %  ing of Ihe University CoUCM of Ihe West Indies at Jamaica Princess Alice has accepted Ihe onV* of Chancellor of the University. Jamaica Gains From Devalued ft .Hatb**" Advocai* Ccrr, KINGSTON I By M.il) The Government of Jamaica has i.etted about £130.000 as BUENOS Aii Tne Ambasaadors Th. A.ge.itine Ambassaooi II. increasing>"<"'"? l. lonsion In the Can!.l-unaon. Ur. Ricrdo De Ubou.ie, economy by al, means %  "".en %  .„ b, -senou. The, h.s tendered lm res^n.t.on, u not imperil what she had alre.d, hoped thai IhU mighl .1 |M>I \rgenline Embassy announ,v,. achieved. be etoed when the Council of Ih. here today. ... r; rm Organuatlon of American State. A spoaesman Ol Ihe Argent. ,• rule ..d Una had fully discussed the Dominion Embassy in la>ndon told JUater Attoinev-General defended Republic, dispute, with Cuba .,,,1 "The Amb^dor has res gned J"£ 0 *', , !" r ,*: ea ,, h „ n „ FoIM „ Haiti and Is expecting to reiur,, p „, irv „, h tjihour Govemmenl Haiti has accuse I the litt'.e Buenos A.res me'mie betw,,,'' Cniier the Uoour Governmem A. %  OM • ta. •0j •. TO" ilot U wboll, Mpadeal m you for kU M.Hh axl happlno. A mr. wy „f Mk*kaB so kern* and cheery k, iDka coodilioni i ig with Boh kaartai'i CosdUBo. BMylogive.ilaen,^,,, not only Iwlp to safeiuardi^i? common blood disonhn/hT much lo keep hun m isofj-J good coal, good tptria. |-^ dog enjoy IhU 'r ,rk ingecaafca BOB MARTIN S COIOITIOI poaoEii help to keep dogs fit Mj Sola Aaaon for fcrb-Uoi: II 1 to the elimination of many char^ :he subject of criUcum m tne we can rejoice in me e^ S I Si" whSf-n haseomc which were perhaps exaggerate. Argentine Foreign Office followo( good w,l^land co-operation.bend * "> n A .A'.^^l.-T —„ mm*— TK„ i*~uml .., .hn..u g,\ • nt! ihe mcil negoliat ions bet we >i tween the peoples of ihe wesie.i. \rnentina and Britain World to an extent never prev.The Argentine Foreign Offously attained in peace -Reuter. •aiiitr ihis month a nn ou nc ed 1. It|lve.abnjm ih n-,'. half 1".en 2. Iti*ietkepthe leather toft "d luppie 3 it puti back the onfinal colour into the leather. t, at the rea %  adquarters. And It was at the C Dr. W Armkt, Beolor Veterv ast two weeks are the resienainary Officer of the Department tion of Dr. Arec. Argentine of Agriculture, has been a alect ad (lelegate to the .,.-., should aid their develoi%  nd will also attend a three Bates Post Office authorities mM1| ||( evory W||V w | lhm *j %  I the Royal made the transfer, resulting in the lm „ : „f non-intervention, of Nursing. Government' of Jamaica pay in 'i a greater amount in sterling than -,..,,1,1 tiovp in>**n the case, had United Nations to avtpnd the Caribbean Livestock in along period, and the deparConfer* ice to be held in Trinidad •ure for Italy of Senor Rcmor Ino. ne7tt February-March under the Ambassador In Washington. auspices of the Caribbean Com—Renter, mission. aliixufo uoe KIWI ike Quality Skoel Nine colours available : KIWI BLACX, | TAN, HID TAN, TAN, BROWN, 0X*|_ A MAHOGANY—with BLUE ATMNaTi| especially for Ladies' Shea. THIML AGWCY CO. (ljrdM*D0S) LTD., P.O. MI V, I fully booked up with sightseeing, would have been the rase, had %  been to the Tower of ihe tranfser been efiecved at tm they have seen Buckpt e-devaluation exchange rate blgham Palace, and they have %  .. itni surprisingly enough, while .mous buildings have impressed them, the Conference Of W.I.U. Tutors The greatest contribution t United States could make towar! economic stability was throuj;i well directed financial and tech nical aid programmes but such a should only serve to bolster u| :hc nations efforts to hel| themselves % %  Inch will stay longest mural tuton frum the Britisli ,n (if Kveiyn rrancls ui c ribbcan territoeies will follow Barbados Lfbl ol an htf m *iaUatu>n reremons Of Prmii I think ihey wBfi ^^ M chancellor of the are wonder 1 ul' she lold me w j University to be held at m have been MQ a reDruar v 16. • %  >••• rVimrll aaalilnluiii ' Purpot* of the conference will %  liberty individual and t< London and they have been The Conference found %  re obstacles in some counuie to favourable economic (U ment, because of obJ the investment of foreign capital These countries are not name! i, ive been joined by three more report on the work of the '" past vear and to map out a proC. Wason. C. B Bonou,-. and ZZLL^ fnr y,,. tuluIf In Uji 1 obaaaadon fall American effort to aid develop ment would be wanted -RH:!I "got*' nu.rf.-f Dl i' B 0 Callender. and the also on the them too it is a first For VIST. gramme for — light of experience gained. Mr. P. M. Sherlock. Vice Principal of the University, will preside. Representative qually busy seeing the sight: tkfll will start work Some will RO to Guy's others to University College and the remainder to -^ jg A ryougias-Smlth. study _, win i*. P M rs For Livestoek Talks College Thry will I ursing course is completed. They are already full qualified Ward uras • %  ;rumum ol | But Ibis will \n> an < i them ti> %  Wop" gdaai with their Enli'h counterparts and nursing stand, i to bane fit from this frank exchange of l arekja Polity %  the F of the Wes*' Gemiai. Federal % lion of :uerely .he .• % %  "aavelop day to day practical •totai Baal and We*t OttstC .. %  -* iJtfc'Mi.r and whxh has been %  | rM %  %  %  rteb Von prittwiu i rGarman Amc ^ xmM p^fic in iha mdlUoa i •"" i, Juslice. on h„h %  I • I) has U-.M1 tan Oamai > and .„.,; rguing thai Grma|.. : „ UKJanuary "111 fun "' • KrwVr UHl Ak^ifiim Frirnd.. n -UIIIUHI Europ.. i,da„j vn.l -. p,i1„ular and quit. aaaaii now this could on laatano o| thrs,IM, I'lu-r diploinau fnucisefi. u aarn ui Ilk S .|aria Ciimper. Mr. Eric James Jamaica); Mr A. O. Pcarsc. B.A. (Trinidad); Mr. A. trnnox-Shorf. MA. (BriUah Oul(Barbadosl; Mr C. W. (Lcew.rd lalandsl: Mr A representative of the Jamaica Livestock Association is expected to attend a meeting of livestock experts of rhe Carlbl'.„i which will take place in Trinid.,. ,nd Maicl irsing and ? ?h.i fCaaward lilandsil Mr which wiU lake place 5 H Ere^indw.rd IslaniisK "••" ''"-">' 28 of promotion fur them when the * "', t '"T ,, i. a inrittah Hon•• inclusive. ,-ouVse u comoleted. Thev are M r Stanlt y Snarp (BritUh """ Tne purpose of the Ask Improve Transportation \ Dangerous Spirit LONDON, Jan. 21 Sir Gordon Lethem of British Guiana fiom 1W41 U .W46. wrote in a magazine article here that The one-time libe';'i and tolerant humaiiisr A uem.. i incut fol liniaaifleli aeOoo" to improve the transportation situation in the .Area is to be made by the Chamber of Commerce and :.diige The purpose of the conferenceis to discuss the livestock problems of the Caribbean and, It Ii understood, thai' the officer uh will lake up the position of Diputv Director of Agricultun (Veterinary Servi.iM in Jamai. will attend the eflnftnl way m J;imai-i mfecan w Crasnar< aacret %  ,Ion was* taken bj I ?"' J ?,' > Council of the Merchants' Exclosed that In addition to dtkchange at It IIMI'.I.I) meeting gatea from the yfjnarday. Utac a full dress delories, Mr. G. I Llay. Agrtcu.aumtaUou prob.ural Adviser lo too Sai lems in which members of the State for the Colonies Council and wprescantatives of mated his conferent baa lotlintention to att< I When You Take YEAST-VITE II you are suffering NOW . if your Head ACHES ... if your Spirit, are depre.Md by NERVE AGONY . i( you are SLEEPLESS, restless but weary, then you must try Yeast Vite without delay I Yeast-Vite has achieved Record Results in helping sulierers all over the world. They have described th Reliel it has brought. They have told how QUICK and LAST ING ha. been the ellect. Let YeastVite help YOU in the same way I iRVINGS YEASWITC QUICK RELIEF FROM HEADACHES NEURALGIA NERVE PAINS RHEUMATIC PAIN 5 SLEEPLESSNESS BM anjin yen r*i Itvimg'i When ^Coldi ffl strike remember '$* Phensic! Two tablets of Phensic with a little water will quickly check a cold or chill. Phensic soon clears the head, takes away the burning pain behind the eyes, the aches in the Limbs, the distracting headache, and helps to bring the temperature down. But best of all, Phensic relieves the depression and I fatigue that so often accompanies colds I and chills. Be prepared for colds —keep a supply ol Phensic handy. [Phensicl I (or quick, safe relief I FROM HEftOACHES, RHEUMATIC PAIR. I* V NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA,COLD* At Jamaica Utilities Ltd., holders ol rhr franchise look i>art. The Council passed the following resolution to be sent to Gov,1.— "Thai Govcimi,,,.t ba idvised that it is the opinion ol Us* Counpublic suUcriptlon to anolnt-i cii ol lh Jamaica Chamber of sssue o( TreMury Bills, appllca%  VS. that lb* WnlM of tio„> lor which ill close at nooi iraiisportation now provided for on Monday, January 23. More Money The Governnu'iii iMrrr FuTTlfCol •,>."; CorpaT." OS. Corporal, am/sjajaa aPfaW This lue will be to raise lata w o cs l lo tiic business area is sum ol £220,000 for • period c who vtitl own Th* ipnil ,,f emtrallaad autl lot.llv inadeouate to Its need and three months, at the end of whl. H*rr 11,at it demands from C. riU b* ISMnxa. mm i. ., Ili.nthothis'organisaUon Ii d.ng*roi I immediate action that will tend 10 being at the raM % %  • ij per eenl Hr Krut. .,ll*\i:,t|. ItUl silu.ilioii per .iiiiiuni *mm Z5EES iCAR OWNERS... Get Better Protection Longer Life for Your Cars Engine! NEW Mobiloil • Mokai Angina). Cl.onar. • Pravants Unnacaiscry Wor. • Improvas Cor Parformonit, • Reduces Got and Oil Consumption. *HT IM SM>ll.*|.' '• % % %  ptmtt f %  •.elp kep r ovr wilepotiii thol coot. .. lo New Mtb.lo.l. lodoy fakes a Wherevci you go. on business or pleasure, sonn-one is weighing you up. What s.rt Of impression do you make .' 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TRINIDAD WATER POLO TOUR IN PICTURES Efzemallch Killed in 7 Minutes Trinidad Defeated In Fiery Event ?iuM. Tour -kin bu n.arly Ml million tlnv IHM try Ir^Hlmrnia (1** Mly l-mporary relief brain* the* do nM ti lb* ttrm .BUM. Tli. nw dlvovvrr NIMderm kill, in* n rm. In 7 mlngtMftiHl la "^vr^iv 0 E? ? ou %  *"' % %  •"• ••'.,.; '"l 00,h • ,k,n ,n ON week, or mon#j •..%  %  IS !S?SLSS ropsfcij rSu'id „,.:',„' BCHT MSMBERS nf Ihc nilK Polo loam, whuh i i • m against the Timid %  "'•~t. Ml to right in anon. (Capi Boo Patterson.'. i TMT. BUTE WATEB POLO it p, .ii ihc 1950 W.. Shin Factory, and will bo com. nlv .Win on The Trinidad Yacht Club D ilcarh oc BSSSi from this picture. -Spain. about clubend of \ I ii moil .if then week-end provism: I for Ihe Wp. ihis tin calm ;uin Friday. January 13th. Despite a tail lo the ball li in the nets. %  %  '.. %  immodore fir.,, a %  rets. Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope Your Real Life Told Free Bl to know without anr teat what the Stan indicate (or you ~r paat Hptrtmcw. your reek point*, etc? Har* la r-RKX th* akUl of l*ur>dit Tabor*. India* moat farnoua Aitroloaar. who by apply!!* the anCMtit wi•tew* to u.'ful purpoaaa h a a able rrputaboti* The accuracy jf hla pw aw w o— and the aouod practical advice contained m hla Hororcop** on Btaaanaea. RpeculeUon, lltunMi I-ova <. flair a, Lotterie*. TT*•le. Chancre. Utiaatlon. I.ucky !" !" hava aatouneMd !" .ated people tha> world over TTfllrflF law York brlirraa that Tatjorr tntiet roaaraa aotne aart of aarond. To popuUrlaa Ma ayatem Tabor* wUl •end vou HUI your Aatral Interpretation Ml ram* lab. Mri. ar Ml-, addraaa and data of birth •a clearly ..in,, by youraWf. No ntoney wanted for Aatrofeancal work l"'*n rtc. but aand 6d m m-O. .No Wampa or Coinai for %  uuonary. taatl%  t*l other interctinn iLieraturc. \ou will ha amaaad at the remarkable I".. i"l ."1 Jour aitaira. Writ* now aa thla offer %  I ha mad* main fiihlrt— R IVpt JIJ-BI. uSpi Ktraat, Bombay Jl. India i-o.iag* cola INO Tilt; PICN1 HM pottabta "' ised arc left tn rijrM THEY i vrirn at the I dinmlnf •KMII. Ma ayen alop g %  n| one ol left II IMck Bradli of Trinl •• ; % %  dUO 01 ill %  B'S rHAMPAGNE IN rill i : Barbadoa' mtanta. TRINIDAD TEAM HAS GOOD PROSPECTS ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN H /^ ED N 0501 Rclcml !" ii,hini—ciimd h? germi .aid*.Ihc ikm. *pdilv develop* into tmuiun pimplci and open tore* unleM cbKfccd. ThouModa of dun luflcrcti hare proved ihal rhcrc it ivoihing i %  re sure m revulli ihn p 1) D ihNlanoui liquid healer the loetured "leermiaild dm c out the infectKin Wbacrrtf i.vm n' Kiviiifvnu pain and dianeaa ORIASIS. TOILS, BRUPTIONS, FBICKLY I1FAT, MALARIA MiKl • tun a lew applKattoni ol laondetlul 1>I'1) PlHultlUua ivill cive invtanl I ivcre. and me pd leaulra •ill he Uai.ni> U.U.IV l'irva>>.etc P THE : dc;ini>' nsp Trii ww.rv i Dug u propa %  Mrttoli rii.t (he h .. •">" Ihcm % %  01 food [.,1 UiouRhl. ^ !" %  %  f Ri-x %  ane. i-enllv ion ',. .prov, > %  rriniM E R J. ui. Dick Bradley was unable to : | ime in lad %  long with v er wall-known ..in in Trinidad Skipper Baafl til] ai dUBcult to anUclpaU) i July. %  gain • nans A-ill 'i o m : to lome hard training, and when season > year, who tu i %  fi'tin us whan ^" igain opoiM anotiMr. of the have many jraan of Mad of thaoa Ind there are several younjiLag Up WnO will make our naxt season an interesting one. The Bai .. r Polo ward to U Ibbaan friends following this lead and would welcome news of Indian Picnic to \l.m/..iii)la %  The %  %  %  i plantation along the The a Bath.-'i. in mil%  are %  I .nimal. %  which i the ci i inch loi UtirUlr< eat So % %  sal upstairs, J ihe p. | were all we encounter. %  .ii girls. Fvr.ythuii; was OOB | was a tour chaxminK and that our lads will nan i get. Luncheon at The ^ achl Clah During the Lui I honour of ;i.. nig team on oinmo; the Yacht Club %  ng that the Trinidad pJayei in much l'tii | an In Barbados last July, and they looked forward to H r late this year or early m on behalf of ., toon It*, the H M Club, and %  cially th> bo took m into oo>aa and miuu slay an unfon< team had been able to show the Trinldadfans a few e, the %  The rfcnM Time thoroughly en' iadian was a %  the wool, but all the n I : lav shore, at .%  lay night a lub and dance %  Will Be On l>ispl...s Neat, Week Tin k) Cup, which the Barbadiai) has brought hark wil fruiu Trinidad alo:. irsa Will IKcm lag the n some of the Broad .... that the ttvneral pi..;' look at this ill h will %  I %  rhodoi ami .tui'\ British Guiana Kite Of the nil:. tion. Mr. Gi i while Porl %  is indeed grateful to him for matchei to be broadcast and thus pt f tinDig the nasaTtering u( the ii... i -*ii in I ami they have alraa pruached the Ah• I ., team provallable %  M 'u oming ' nc %  %  series of matches 'iim. %  r just completed aiiainst Trinidad •pur *,•,-,--V Timelj SugjUt>lion in tarelesi in Ui H.-.uih. Most "i Ul are inclined to treat lik' ,i cough hnhtiy. When we are in iip-iop health alone will than otfl i cough without the aid of, any lure a cough .sticks on -it's g timely wiimi nn Nature thai nee is down--thjii % %  % %  }• and that* the turnbo start Taking Ferrol Compound The Tonic CoiiKh Mixture Ihiil Hinlils UM it Heals I-.it til Compound conLains jininiplcs ol Cod I'M: Oil. Vitamin A 1500 ind Vitamin I) 500 units ),,! 'l 1 ".n addlti .n to utln'1 ised Tonics with tin %  ddlUon ol Creosote and GuiFerrul Compound hrlps Natura raaitaa the balance of .ace needed to shake af thai cough—and you will be surprised how quickly it will lio away. Take a course of six bottles and build up resistance that will protect >u future infection. %  "FRKOI. I OMPOI N|, | a M | .. M al . u _. ,,,,,, ,. nv p .,.„, ,.( %  „—(k. l.r.U la f.e.l, ..hUafc... if I—. b, r>h,.i< I... ..4 u. 1. ...,,...._ "ami, I**IIM..UIU IIKKIII nmrui \ .,.( U>.l ice Paul Foster Pnler On Sale in the BLUE CARTON from all I Chemists.



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PACi M >uu .luvw.nt USA Anxious About British Elections (Bv DAVID 1 MPI 1 ROBERTS) LONDON. (Ii> Mail). mondents of British newspaper? in New York repori that their a**"* continually, .nquireis wa „, out the Brii Bow many counties rJoM Church!.! n.-cd to win?" is the ftJTt of question —bau*d on the United States election system and with nan-.i i ,n f m %  ,-nnn polsners 10 esumaie Labour I ; '• ld *'" '/..mans victor, converted into a Conmother talking point. Both sides are cieating a pleasant ;nck>. Al. are pJ two months bnatU for %  %  Wllistnti In |" Ml Tnurs%  % %  Meanwhlk In Ihi fciectiou period ton to do r .tied to have been rcadin E and re-reading, in Madeira tna wai home, a copy oi P , HnJ fir i: i ,B ill no^doiS l.n..r lad m the DQUJ Sftl ltl "• wl "* ""i !" .[thought moment .ammar stronger Conservatives arc lighted with U %  a'. C\ hill When the gauntlel oratory last Rummer ft of the proLight up —and smile! Window On Europe By MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM LONDON. (By Mail). The resignation of the Italian Cabinet was expected — though perhaps not so soon. It had been known all along that Signor uv Gasperi. Prime Minister and Christian Democrat leader, intended to form a new Government following the desertion last October of three Social Democrat Ministers, lad by Signor Saragat De Gaspcn has held his hand til 1 now for two reasons He wanted the outcome of the Pail> intelligence nests that, it appeal I to Communists), abound in the countries of Eastern Europe. Tfaga year began with further expulsions of Western Journalist< Iror. Prague. Now the late*! Czech Communists in their "purifying" anti-West campaign ha been to restrict the sale of books The Government has decree banning the sale of at books published before May Mb, 1945—that is before the "liberation" of the country from the but linked them externally (I* iii their foreign relations), and economically, with France. The constitution also guaranteed tha preservation of the German tongue, U.S.Pip Forecasts Sugar Compromise LOND I The New York J U n %  lalka In Lond> i i: claim in.tt %  Congress of Saragat's 'Right Wing' Germans by the Red Army. The group of Social Democrats that one exception mentioned In thi has been in session at Naples; and decree are certain school icxihe wai hoping for a possible early books that ore approved by th< decision on Somaliland from Ministry of Education: there is i i ..... _.._----—._ | (ll ,j| ia IIMIII i culture and conlfMlonal schools. on)cc lavours ;, Tho French mainlain lhal this arFoo(1 M(n „„ rnngfment does not amount ID VHU anncxalion. Many diplomats fcv. Uw that In fact-.t not in law It ,.,„,„. virrualy does, though. "There Is now Mm* •'' Will Sellle 1'rohlrms .,,.,, hl In informed political circles it |he co)1 0 ( |i v i nB |n Bl ,1 that Ihc outcome ol ,h r catenrcl to u • the talks Uiat are due lo take r 3 ver „„. Paris this month will guffon 1 nttla all oulslandinR problems hll)adoasl brtwMH the Saar aiul Ft..". ,. Thc Wo sl Indian (Mil The ownership of the coal mine., yj^ntfo to leave Lon lo peeled to be invested In the 0 | lllca | circles II • Ihe mines •'"" Dim lighting is bad — for your eyes, for your ncrm, for your general well-being. Light up then, and %  with Osram, the bright, cheerful lamo. will KKf^ s^r^-* s=^,a£s*5 SSSSSz has not yet been forthvoming. So the Ciech people are now years to the Ff encn **!„*;." sympathies of the large group h.i What perhaps has hastened the to ld what to read-or in this t*lf output ir !" s who take an Inten Premier-s decision albeit indiwhal not to read. Certainly DOths^oiwmy, as they do at JJ*t; problems. Kvcnl. tl ing bv bourgeois writers from th. Travel restrictions between me W est Africn show that tl, capitalist West. Certainly nothing Saar ;'id Western Germany — a irrefpDC tive of r that in anyway H re point up to now with the niKh | v ombairaisim: li gime that rules in Prague—o: BaarUhdars — are likely to be crnmcnt if u f,, Moscow. Even the hitherto admircaseJ It li thought also that the ^-.-ip,. arc bguti in %  Uy — is the present political agnation in Italy caused by the death of six workers at Modena. during a demonstration, as a result of clashes with the police i when It come* to % %  % %  BS ut 3-1 %  Labo.<: Pal save to say to the I I tha predicIhob leader has %  ritfa Mi H A I fl v.i Stanley an*. ^ther oddly iiunkmg Conservatives") and electorate Conagrvithe mos; to be told W.I. Delegates Did Not Realise lni|lieations — Hu.ilamanU' The Communists—who. It appears. „, Karo i cpek. for instance— pow ers of the French High Com(irganised thu diaturbance in au ihor of that inimitable Ilgurc. „iis-ioner ; n the Saar, M. tirandval. will be redueerl practically to those normally invested in ar. accredited envoy. A Franco-Saar agreement u 'utlincii above might well preiusooner a new Cabinet could be ,., ni lrul %  •line". This should no' in Franco-German relations tha' formed the better. be difficult. Conjumu ^ wm lo 50 getting on so nieel> Helped 'he art of hitching the ; im)(T n( caro i a \ an d. at present In this he will be considerablj wagon of culture to the Soviet 1Jn ,, h ,| r hand of Konrad hefped by the resoluUon passed star. Adenauer. Of course, most CerKuture Of The Bui UM "NaiiTo clarity the — THE WONDERFUL LAMP THE CITY GARAGE CO. 8RIDGETOWN, BARBADOS %  IWttNTING THt aNIMl tUCTUC CO. LTD.. 01 tNCLW 10,500. Safe From Arrest b> the Saragat Socialurta a: Naples. A large majority at th' Congress decided on collaboration with the Government—though on ruin terms. '"5 h as insistence prance and the S.* on safeguarding the right to str.kc M m dl(cus and having no truk with Franco „„,,„•,„ ,„ l ^„,^, Spain. At the same ume Saragat s party postponed the question of LOND< :. where 10,500 deft but no hand can be laid I'r'.l %  plebiscite as valid internaArmy. Nat i economic relatiOta| lona |i v pending the signing of t Ihi from the c. natee treaty: but pretumably thai ttm an i l.ill not be so undii lomal punUhment ... long as tl In negotiation. But wit return to Britain say so In negotiation, mn .M der to understand the problanu kn ., whethar the .German a, ui mal which will face the two countriech ., nrr n or W |H not urge a new ! %  | octhw I at this conference, w. n „,.,„.. Or. concerning the mu 5 up the MM %  ikineuo with the lion-Comu ,hl5 eonf.rei.ce. we must, am, p|, b i wi ,c. Or. concerning the unw l ? nineo Social" !" Partv look back briefly ,. the 1.-, ti.ii-o J£r minr , hc „.. ,.t bonr^DeeentbeTin years of Saurian. fte ,„„. llkt Ih „ Fu (Barlmdtis Ad\..cate Cnrresp.tnHenll KIK STON, J U). A Joinl Jamaica Laboui Par! la imiualrul ... proceeding in I With tlif Colonial %  Food the quaatijii of ii I foi Wcsl Indian sunar. Jamaica from that :mm rio^^X^^,h."p^'^: ^-"of'in,;;;;,; i^:; the Social Democrats declined to has been interesting.. Onxinall> ( nom c ^.operation" attend that IUHan Congress for • part of the Gj unity). So de Gasperi tiny but highly Ind will lxaMe. at any rate, to preterritory—that f. Vssl. CoL 3eCTs'tar\ s..v. MM coalition that has govtwoon France and Germ The Bon V" A i ,uarv Hi ihat i i throw. aakod Megfli BuBUmanle will It I an> W. Ilnl.i. Say), he A Sugar l>el< A i lact, that they have not b.. to reaUae the pohi .f the s Kiigian unly been thiokini <,f proi i noon '' n,v not I %  that i work ii %  tact u G nii will d; %  -produ mo British West .iKhes. and it will le Jamaica Which has NTOd Hi' 1 ll icttco Bill while I shall any West Indlas iln'i i l logod cli. 10 tins matter. 1 think t snail b* ,• the (tift.u-iueerned Italy since the elections of .shares a comnv April, IMS. Theoretically, of Luxemburg and the course, ihere would aoem no of Lorraine—came unsM reason why de Gasperi should n> i, by the Tl form an all-Christian Democrat Versailles, al the end i Government. His party has 308 world war. Il remained m this .r. m the Chamber us against situation till it Germany b> I (Though the Saarland* heavdy for their rottttl Reich, 11 has been .tni* %  i interest was not merely untssrlati Retiring the 57 held by the other th Centre parties of the Coalition B ut thi truth i* that the Cwiatlan emociats owe iheir great par iamentar? strength to the fear of Communism in 1MB—when it looked, for a Ume, as if the Communists might actually be vote*' into office by a majority at th pulls—rather than to u vmpathised with thei GEORGETOWN (Bi atail) Mi C. W. H Colttl ant Colonial Becrotao ot BrMffh A ill bv pxoosssdlng 01 i|| prtoff ui ratsrenwnt I log for more than 4' 1 i... in UM civil Bervko %  •! tb> %  iiiiii won ,o the Immigratu"! Dl | On itie abolition of tha Mas which immigrants from Ooveranatat thinking. Besides, an all-Christiai lightening their hold on Czecho.Slovakia. Since their coup ol Ki-bruary, !•* &f , they have sough: > very meaaj to remove Wesleii nfluences from the country ar. "that they did so mainly as ., M()ui !abourcd „ n the sugar i Ireland and Ene Altogether, thi ire traekini? dow men aim hair ir then In Bi ltl Borne H 1 women, ren are jtrndnally I %  %  Belgium, %  in addltl I from the of them quickly I v "Life 9 wonderful, 9 HHP SIII/M. -IVr banianett yreuMu *MM. luo is the seoet ol Bor perfect skin bealtb, UM only UN of Uslini lorslincM. DTH r.uuom dermatuloftut who oreates the I has rerolouoniwd modem beauty irsalmeat sod ich tj-fk of skin and age. rV* hew and n*y IiuwanM preparations for < SSRS result of Nazi propaganda and terror" methods) At the end of the second world arm was again 0SMU| In 104', Britain and tl States — Russia reserved h Mi Collier was transferreil tu the Colonial Secretary's office where he has performed the duties of Clerk to both the ExecuLogisUitive Councils aiu acted as Deputy Colonial Sec reopinion—agreed to the economic | ar y on many occasions. He has fusion of the Saar with France in addition given valual. ^fter elections had recorded a 90 r ; un various Committees. Saarlander vote In favour of the | n appreciation of his long and vcheme. In the same year Trance faiihful service the Legislative drew up a Constitution for tha Council recently granted him a Saar which fmallv .utathtd M personal allowance. from Germanv This gav\ me Outside of official duties ho has Saarlanders donu'.sWc autonomy, given social service in the coin(iEUHGETOWTJ (By MaU) Only fhree estates in Britlsli Distant were able to do any...., eminent dssiegation went lo Saggrinding during the first week in mrn the Csechs into good Marx larj and they produced 4~ ists. Last year Use Oa*Vernmeni tons of sugar—Pin. Diamond munded oaT their attack uo thi (2151. Pin Sk.-hi ,i (I4e> and t-atholic clergy by introducing %  1'ln Leonora (136). Chuivh law that has brought th< lHnjii); the same period (week I Church virtually under control Ol ending January 7) the sum of I ihe State. It also followed HunS12V.148 was paid out In wages gaiy and Poland In organising to all sugar esta.e workers 'spy hunts" to winkle oui Western %  %  I I ban ..ii io join the dumb West Indian Govem;v.< BIIOBAT SIIIS THE NEW GENERAL PURPOSE HOUSEHOLD WASHER. <\ 'Ummised washing! It is the scientific way to drive dirt right out of clothes and fabrics them new lung-lasting cleanness and freshness. For BROBAT SUDS—even when uaad 11 bard water—leaves no scurf or scum clinging ti> deep-seated grime and • urs and beauty. BROBAT Ltatd washer-up lant of the I and a member of the Council of Management of the St. Joseph'-pi..ii : plan t atttta J/your ifcin u loo greasy, it id-r." in noluroi .harm and /re*hn#M. <* Ooa ywar akiu i.. M hl anal ou-minf wiU. cot. S>if LIII^B| LC1A tOMrrrXION MU.X. ll flmalm mwj iSaSMISaSSB. WSTM your akin oamlrrfMlK awalk nal .upflr. it Kr-Ir." lh' 'lour' of your SSSS. ronlrtH ISMM SSSS, rrU-'J por ..ln i-U .ppli^liom * IWWl* ASIBEllJtat LOTI01. (M.-r 30'i UK IfcNOXA ort.* POBt: UHaSfl-SI for a re./ %  ... .kia r kUckSMaU, ail -f tMs*l m |s\oi* solUION 41). ^T SliaaiaUalr n.,r %  ain mlk rrfuUf itcaUHuH of IB* Issssai BXMU Hill MASS t ll mntain. lb* %  — %  ! — TSSSBSi • ass U a cMplrn-' fMial' >n ItSSst 1( FH kk *• lime adwsya o*e IXW1U BUIWI OAT raUBai BVIOtaV fOl.MH.Illl> lOllON. IkCT k**f fSSt BSSSSt pra\M* fc.iu,f ll |l. null *U gay. I It IIO A II /tvm/i* /Cf* •tf** •WlS'SV/SaSAJ BOUKKK'S (BIIOSI DRl'C STORE* LTtt Slreel and llaallnei lALI'HA rllAUUCT) <*&*'#"" HOLIDAYING IN ENGLAND I AGAIN? Ulan AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY IT IN GREAT CONVKNIENCE: W can have an AUSTIN ilolivered lo you In Great Britain at ahorl notlM lor your stay in the United J Kingdom provided you brine 'lie Car back to Barbados. 5 May we suggest i. us and allow us to o explain'tin"Ovanaaa'Vkuton' Dallvar) Bc h aa a a" pro5 vided b> Ihe AUSTIN MOTOR CO •; They're all fixed! luced price! And identical parts! Thai'. wM m ^henyoubuy l „ )n ,,, A!; rord spare parrs are sold a. I „cesand every oral of ihem is nude rtom high materials, u, fine l„ n engmcctm dkxaad and counu-rJieckcJ tor acai your Ford exparia, know thai ,.ni.a spare will do a aarjan why we alwayi fit them-an a .1 1 'ring. Charles McEneamey i (X Ltd Phone MSI KCKSTGllN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4269 %Himi>.wA'.::'s.::vMv.v.vA:w, v l ( a TTTrrmannaaaaauii. 1 ^.._



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T" SlNDAY JAM ARY 22, 1950 SI \li\Y M)M, HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE WSLL.. A Lr>JT f =v=J_..v.^v WB WAD A SCXTD ^a we 2 SSTTE? s -—-S S'-SZP!J TCACK. OCV.N BY WALT DISNEY C T - —;.' %  • CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £'$ in Protection BLONDIE CHIC YOUNG lO you kn, • the imount or Cptraflled Iron imrvrt.-J mij tropica. coantruv.-rv v ,ir The figure ls .irvmslr.njlv hih, ani %  Ha allowing -r new Works the Miince ctpicjeiics i heavy forlcit I." Met .-: taking i NCAatioos, .:i easy with Anri-Corpaint Paint for every INCH of metal. IB anti-corroaivt •: h dings '..iwork, forming km which prtvrve, I %  i :,-[i;liir:,n I ' ":.) LID.-ACFMS. TtWOOU>. Plaiignuni THE LONE RANGER FRANK STRIKER I BCS, ILL OVERLOOK THE W NOU 6LSTED —> TAIL TO GET &FF SMiW, F VOO'LI. < • JUST LISTEN TO HIS metis} MAN. SlrtW WAS SUSPECTED CF KIIIM3, a WE' SNEAD BECAUSE THE T*0 VICE £* 66 >| ENEMIES AND SMW VW6 H rflNDWi 1 ONLV MAN AI*XC AT TME r PLANTS MODEL 1V95: 4.5 K W. $2,850.00 2V95: 8.5 K W. S3.05O00 4V95: 18.5 K W. $5,200.00 4.1 Alt AMI < 11 §PABE %  •ARTS SERVICE ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWBDSIDI MM II MI. •:: DIAL MM, i::;i RIP KIRBY /"ANO r* sciwv; YwBi.u..: *sa' %  xacv RAN AlMW FRO* \ONT ^0.,.; SRoci SC-OX. ViM W-C-B-. V ^Bta^v" 3. ASSESS I ._ OO ftACK. WI-vfX AND % * 'O BY ALEX RAYMOND CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. T HE PHANTOM BY L.EE FALK & RAY MOORES LODGE IIIl.l. ""' 2 "8 l)i,l DM MAKIIIS Ol Itl II.HIM. HUNKS 8 x R x Ifi tn,.. ,,,,!, .|mb or Corner ... .tec rich 4 % s x ie (PMUttM) i:. ii 4) , D % %  "' % %  i Mb Mat I Ml priMi HP ...M | %  Itl Ml I I MM uiilmul fiiiuut.MO\O>I. 4o>iiu\i:ii HUH sim M.IU is Ihc Order uf the l>.i> uou TO III nil WITH TIII:>I '• ri M i i LIHK is UAIKI IIIK \ i in xnmi MkkaaH • ii" WOl i II • MM LO* i\:: i I 11 i i \i: n\ l or .i I:I K U n -nil \ nil Ml K ONOM1 •IOKI VK MIUl'I.U BE — 1 pirl ( .nnl I MM l.lmr; 4 parU SanJ Mix Llmr and Sand Rrat Unit ( rninil. U I II MB \MI i IW Follow Aon Inalrurlions and yu. will have a good Job '. I CONOITi IN I \';I>I i; lurpria USE OIK n had MM. ,.i HiHiEii ( usi,. %  I\ MIAMI HAVE SHI . S v .-, lh D.maife be:'.' It's smart., it's modern.. if i the NEW Golden Platignum — srilh sleek sticam lined barrel; halt-liooJcU nib, gleaming engine-turned nkkel-ailrci push-on cap witb built-in dip. Obtainable in a colour range of blue, dovr> grey, maroon, green and black. TMi NEW GOLDEN liiuni OtmuaoTo.: C IPITT, oro. BOX i*J %  UDCBTOWN, BARBADOS



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SUNDAY. JANUARY 8, PAGE FOURTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR RENT HOUSES ANN. • % %  : ws -i a-ay SUNDAY;—3 ALL It* !" * nVronl ,1 V !£f?*'" MTW MI MM to -mM-y DIED a—s?^ NOTICE Tinlrri are Invited foI ,.rr rlh lo eell iiqu'w* BM %  rt In tOTve lunehet and •• %  at *•">Hnflcn Oval durtnS ,h_ !" ET ment. lAppf %  Nin i...: •** fully furolebed with RefrlgI MM at Indrtvtttar. Weriaina. u i mUM t.OVfK>JM NOTICE*. II UNO A LO* ctaMfir ftwn* !• February .ttueted %  < Worthing in Avei.ue 'Mini to Owil .xexete.. Containing Spactoua Verandaha two tide*, throe bedroom*. drawing! an-1 dmlnf rooe-L. .psnir) Mil OM* Oarage Dial MBO It : M—Sn %  •' Tendere are .to* l"*"^ h ' •• ti^ntnortatloo of the BelUeh OuilM T ,.. ,. wA d • %  • %  """-; i. ihe ov.1 uni tb. ^.'^'"r 1 i Tender* mutt roach Hi* undwtdgnad .1 c F RVHwi Co Tlee not totirlh.n4pra on Monday January J3rd Th AeaoeiaUon Aoa> nol bin* tt,r'i to acres* the tovmt or any THE FARBADOS CRICKKT ASSOCIATION INC. w w r HOYO Honorary Iwian NOTICE We bog I" than* pa.t patronage and ISOBBMSI edviae thai Mk| any Laundry al „„ ertablithmenl attar today. •*• %  clo-lns !-• on the im met All IM" BtS Laundry .h*rt , rotn^jUd to call .*pr tame on or ****** .* !" -. nUSttXsE* PMatrill -Mo M Roec-*-. Street, from let Ctrtobor IBM. For pai ivm-ore Rind MM • tt--Un. BVWQALOW at HaggatI Hall. IS nti!** from lown. Two bodroom*. running water etc S3S.08 per fttonth AaMt OlM Top nt J M*1W. •ath. IWOIpw month iiiiB witfr In Ring MM. IS I.M.-t.. TO LCT : EftPCTtANZA--niHy fumlh#d I beflwm* dnwlnf Mfn. httchon f rompl4# with n-lld"tr %  '. miaM from FnMjftown. ant on !h* tovrty i-niSih Apply Mr. J A B-Jd [(" %  r*'ar GMt|T. Mount *UndfaL m rARAWAY". t Fhillp eeaat. fully funtittad. OarfM. %  orvam oon Paining boach. From Mann lit. per monlh. Phono *Tt. THANICS u,-**o*nl -^^Jt? 1 *.! 1 1 ,tt.nM lb* I ABLTON Ml NOTICE MEMPCRS or* wlwd lo not* • % %  Club'f ground. wlU b opon for footMil prcl-* from Monday Urd Jnu*r> laTY of Mr. JOOD'HI^t LAIN MEMORIAI* d*"' and la*r rrl unaoen b> morul ,i Nome boyond lh Thr • dtoll mt KK-hard. Mrr. BUlirhr. Boaollnr. 'di-r't*" idaiiaVhin-lii-Uwi l-" i .!• Graham. Thun '"•" lhat WH?i I I"-I oil NAU WEYMOUTH CLUB %  AKml 0al M*ln will hr4 al lh' ll'ird Mnonl. J am ". %  MO OttK d J.nrx 1W> %  pm o L warmra. will o bo PUELIC OFFICIAL SALE !Thr Pit HID i'. a i AIITOMOTIVF CAB Morru :i In v On mdy l> 3-d y ol rfbrur>. IBM a t lha houf of 1 o clock in the afic.i ^ .old al my OHM lo B* let lot any turn nol undai inapvtaiacd value All lhal carlain pu*. ol Land conUIn Ina 6y admaaautcmanl a Kooda. Patdvaa ailuauIII rWlf* ol lhti.1 Clmicr. bull!,,, and Uoundlnd on land, law of ina K.iaia of J Mapp on land, of Stapl* Orova Plan,n, w n landa of O E Btalhwaila. and on Ina Public Hoad al Supto c.~.a loa.ibat will, ina -aac i a-a %  o**.. Boildind. and ahop ihaiaon *c app.and faltowa : -HVJ whole propany apptaiaad to aand flvr bundled and ninety .JtB00i AlUcned liom tti or and lowardi aalnfaciion. —. ' %  14M NCWHAVW. Crana Cooat. fully furtilahad. OoraJM av*raiit Hoomt 5-iperb balhlnd beach. f>bru*TT. March. j.mc Novettvbat. Doconbar: t* 03 pat month mono 44711 • 1 M-l INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income) Tax Mturtu r* rciulr-d .rom enfi rrurtlaxi man wheaje Income U $1200 00 per annum or ov*r from ry oUwr penon whoae Income U $720.00 per annum or over and (rom comnanlen whether incorporated or unincorporated. aoclMiej, penona enfaged In any trade or proleaalon. and owner, of land or property whether a taiable income has accrued during the past year or not. Forma ol Return my be obtained (rom the Income Tax Department AFTER THE 1ST DAY Or JANUARY. 1950, and the forma duly filled In must be delivered to me on or before the following respective data*: 1. Returns of persons whose booka were closed on the 31st day of December, 1M, on or before the 31st day of March, 1930. 1. Returns o( persons whose principal place o( business is not situate In the Island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. I. Returns of aU other persons, on or before the 31st of January, 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE : Aay person failing to aaake his retain wlthlB the due date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £1M and nol leas than £2 aad will be presecoled anlesa a satis factory remaon is given. 10.1.50—19n. !* SHIPPING NOTICES Canadran National Steamship FI.T Al HiamKanalnrlon Net l%nod -front Boom. Vorar-lah. to badrootne with ninninS water. K,ich.n..e. HUM. ball, aljo Gaieae Phone Taw 1 St—in nOM-T WOBBT 1-ot'UH.r " MOVTMO LIT US TAKX CABOT ALL YOUR WCaeOUaSl paeaonal Superviaic-i Aaovava BA.IHDOS MSTSIM mum a CODRlNOTOll. IrlllonaXBd. %  " W,. II " %  .• ... ADVERTISE •; LADY RODNEY LADY ttWLMOm UDY ilOD.NEY .-At>1 NUaKN NORTIIBOrND AirivrU'dM IADY RODNTY ITlh Jan l^DY NBtaSON 3rd rn leADV RODNEY lh M-.t laADY S1SI-SON 2UI .Mar i.\U\ RODNSY Hih Apr LADY NELaOM 8th At, SAII.s Salli 8aU* MONHaiaa* BMU* TKEAL 11th Jan. lth Jan 8th Twto. 10th Frb. Uih Feb. ZTlh Tib Mm ML.r ih Mar — 11th Apr Hlh Apr Arv .,, %  do. am j„ M •Ui Ua r lth Jan 28th Jan. Hlh 4 sal? = -eU fatted wiu. ecu HI applicaiUiD lo GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. A l**, lll-Na*_U)W %  'CVa#lBton from lfl rrbruarv ntualad at Worthln* In A*c IILI.inadind to Onral Sa.nd. CtanUnin. SiMit-n* Verarvdah. two atdM, Uu*a bad rooenj. drawing and dinin* raooia. panu o^t ofBcaa Oanvit* Dial M80 LoCaTpON—On-laa. wall known and attracme aaaW Raort at Maw*U. rr pwt-cular* apply Y D# Lm V Co.. >0. Broad Sa<. Prvon. M44 n l -avi Fl-AT—'Ocaan Bpray". B-wRlay. Ch Ch Modarn. attuatad cm th.* 130 00 par month Dial aTM from Monday ItElJaE \TIE-Stream. 3 lJ*drooiri. Dtawina*. Dlninf room. Kltchan. Paiitrj 11.4th A Toilet Taaavnona MT8 REMOVAL NOTICE 1 SPRINGKB ilaadO' tn* public thai : .__ tutualed at %  WaalSpry Strort "oppnaita Maaonlc LodE*' 1 1 iWSSSS^SSSSSASSSSSS* V I III II SAIIS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. TeodtTi are invitfed for the supply of 80 tons of Skimmed Milk Powdeifor use in the Public Elementary Schools of the Island during the following school Terms:— 1 8th May to 4th August, 1950. 2. 11th September > 8th December, 1950. 3. 8th January to 6th April. 195.. Persons tendering must quote prices, duty free, and the milk musV be iupplied in containers holding not more than 50 lbs. of nulk each. It is estimated that average fortnightly consumption will be. 3 to S tons. Tenders muai* cover all requirements of the Schools during the* periods mentioned above, and must be responsible for the milk being in good condition when it Is supplied to the schools. Tenders must be marked Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder" and must reach the Colonial Secreifcry's Office not later than 12 i o'clock noon on Saturday, the 28th of January, 1950. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. 8th December, 1949. 22.1.50—in. J Lei U€ht your darkness .Tnd 300 Candla P^'i^Ua. Tab Lamp* and Torch Bulb* and Bi •.4-Tle-.. pTaUnoatDira fOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR BAGGAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFCETq COBSUil ^ SMITH'S SHIPPING SERVICE For Packing For Shipping Foi Insurance For Preference Representatives in all the principal Ports of the wn-u PHONE 3QM — ALEXANDER HOUSE, JAMB ST AUCTION %  ra tn.u*r>. apply E I'lau tatlOt CAS-V-i !" -' to, snail car. Stanwaj Sio CAR* Ona> Ch*.ft>l Fonl trHnwx 10 i. p A lJ. Ap •tg> Ptvona B4S2 ISM. and On ... %  %  %  % %  .1 thou,* dollar* %  M..i> i day ,S V II II ROOIEFORD. Provoat Maranal. Aits fovo.1 Marahali Ornca. wr.m$ IMISONVI TKUCK *ii c, Juaa m lima for lb* ££ T Cornn.unla.la ua UAWAf.*-. Dial MM _ CAK-rWrd V?I II. Spanaai. Kalvan HILLMAN--IMS Modal Ej.calU.nl eondition Lo tnUaaaS a Cola Co. Ltd.. '....%  .! %  - %  „ 141 _a. CAB -On. KBtaan Mm.! ov.n.liUon '8800 inMal AfaM) l I> Davia Sanall Ridda Planla171.98—an. K Una Chaarolat %  tha Mai-ST %  -i Lucy Mod) e arc hcrcb> v.amrd -a>ii'" III to m> lla UlUM-rXT noc Hindu a. I do na* | nt-pon.ll.lr far hrr or any ..itM*1ln# *••> *rbt or dcbti ma uiiaoaa t> a wrtttm or^ar fca > "VsM Ji^TTH VMT.HAN TaitU. m Jimri 0 I *—i CAB—Pord Prrtact 10 h p Ford Car Bs ordar of tha lnaoranco Co.. 1 wUl •ril ai Mc fttaamay Co Ciarasaon Ttda.v ITth lllpm FORD PREFECT 10 K P CAR damafiad m a*cidani Trrma Caah R ARCHES MC UNIll M I n 1NRESERVF.D AlCTION S.4.LE HOUSE Monday IXrd. a* 1 P- %  th Avenue -Sn LLECTRiCAL SV| cubic It 1848 ti—lr. MM I HELP WAWnDl Young l*dy will %  %  %  Apply In wrHins IfaWaMtMg Oo LM lo 1 J 1 SO Ti: rtltee Salary Md 80 to PJ 00. Ih-pei .. %  .spllcaiit mutt aaiutue duller n III rebniary Appi> In peraon wiu i men application lo too SevreUij Bay Blroat BRANK TKOTMAN A CO. AtictlonaerS0.1 80.-n tjmUTlUC WAMU • Set.. Canadian SltOOft Ca*h CouMety e BTOVK; QIC Thavmoatnuc Contra! Oven. U\ t odrlloti, ono >oaf old |1M 80 no ojfan ll-nci-oll. loaw*!! Airport nvoo* ucRTDia Pi-tjrra • Oeeairralura %  Petrol ooaratatl Son, Uamde DUI 44M. Courte* 3 MLCHAMCAL %  ICYCLfKS. Harculoa SUear KIMa*. IMll. aU % % %  alt. In Creon and In Dirt* A barnaa A Co Ltd Dial **:• Vt IMI It MAN Pionu Able to inttal. maintain and burnei Apply Monday n-rni ina at Wail Indian Kniltlng Mill*. Call. .liie St a I M In %  Q-MMI Hou-e Bapari cmed m praparins Balad.. s kkM MM try Pudding. eU' eaaenlial I 'i.ocate Advortltliis Dapl S3 I i UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By mttrucliona from Mra. Vego. whi ir.ting ihe uland. 1 will ll her entire %  o) ill hoUQaabold Furniture al bet residence 'ClatMlon,'' Coral Saadt Oap Chn.t Church, on Thuraday next tha Mth January, beginning at I o'cloca. • hich include: Rocking and Armchairt. fable with glaan top. Round Table. Couch, one Emerton Short and Longwave Radio. Dining Room Table with Sideboard. Larder, one %  11.1 Oil Stove. Kitchen Table. Buck ... Ilediteadi with Spring and Mat treat!*. Wardrobe, Dretung Table. Clock, and Other lln,i ol intereat Termi Cath D-ARCY A SCOTT. a)utSSsaJagjg II IM 4n ad by Dvglii i-JD v girl agie rune month Mult lime l efare n cet and be •tilling Apply Box 33 C o Advo AilMg Departmeni %  I %  PARADES — TRAINING All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hours on Thursday 26 Jan 50. The instructors' tests will continue. TiMtre will bt a voluntary parade for officers under the R.S.M. (I > from 1715 — 1815 hours on Monday 23 Jan 50. There will be a voluntary parade for NCOs from 1700—1800 hours on Tuesday 24 Jan. 50. Recruit parades wil be held on Wednesday 25 and Friday 27 Jan. 50. at 1645 hours. Only those recruits who have already been notifled by letter will attend. INSPECTION There will be an inspection of short puttees and hoactops for all ranks under company and platoon arrangements. ORDERLY OFFICER AND SERJEANT FOE WEEK ENDING 30 JAN. 5. SiA VIEW GUEST HOUSE Hastings, Barbados lliih Class. Cuisine. Comfortable Beda. Fully Stocked Bar RATES: $5.00 per day op (Inclusive) Apply: MANAGER. Orderly Officer Orderly Serjeant Next for duty Orderly Officer Orderly Serjeant % %  'or fcnle-MCo/tfo' ..• m eas Ik p •*" lighting A B EG4IS Pura Brad New llaninthiro < %  • WOO per Dorm Dial 83M 18 1M Sn UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER UN Thiuiday Mlb by ordar ol Mian O.ive apanre wa will ae41 bar fiativllure I, Olive Dale, Marina Qvdatui which Irnludet Stream Una Morrla Butt*, SaUa; • Ann CKalre wllh Sprlik. Cvahiona. orn-marw and Writing Tablet. Saoaboord. upiight ClaBir* and Itockort all In Ma hogeity China Cnbinel. PaliiUngt. fcaat J.idinlere.. Verandah Chair* and Cock' tail Table. In green Consoleum. Ulaaa Ware Tt. and COafe* %  rrvlce*. Plated M.at Olia8a, SiiTunoaia Badalead -nU Sfinngt. Deep Bleep Mat Ire n es. Mah,.g ri i tn and Itnrtaiiig Tablea. PaUilad I'm. Cedar CJtaal of Drawar*. Itnvti Cot. Eaiainol Top Table. Uaidei. 1 Bum 041 Stove. Electnc Hoi put. T...,.tcr and Iron and Mix in attar: Oarden Tool, and other Item* Thla fiimiture It modrrii and in pet' lert condition Sola II 41 octocfc IVrma Caah I1RANKKB TRO-VAN A Co Auctaonoert ui w-m FURNITURE Hi Settee tl BSaU Morrkt Boctur A., at b. all %  trch tatt*e OB Kiut. KOI-STEIN COW To l a pit n ilk Appv Mra t I. Ward. Bai.a Ha. lx.AC. ^ aw ILI "I*" H'lRSaV <-he*tlin niclicr Co nn el n.e atanagei A Co SDB Roetnajk Si II 1 W-Jn FKLSLDOM ntOM FIRE UiaUl a I •root Bale with doon eacured b> ctttnbinauon lock: Bui table lor ohVe oi ie Seture your tecorda Contact S BRYDCN A SONS tfl dot' 1 id 1J 11 as— Two. m, Sun t iviac Lieut. C. E. Neblett 235 Sjt. Quintync, K. Lieut. J. M. Cave 233 Sjt. Blackman, A. L. O. M. L D. SKEWES-COa-C Major. S.O.L.F. & Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment. NOTICE The monthly Mess Meeting of the Oflleers' Mess will be held on I Saturday 18 Jan. 50 at 2015 hours. Honorary members may | attend at 2045 hours. HOLIDAYING IN ILt ALL information regarding delivery of a Vauxhail car for your use in the U.K. can be supplied on application to Robert Thorn Ltd., Courtesy Garage. Dial 4618. IT 111 In FOR SALE A newly built BUNGALOW in Nelson Road, Navy Gardens, 3 large airy bedrooms, Verandah, Drawing and Dining Rooms, Tiled Kitchen with built-in cupboards Tiled Toilet and Bath, running water in all bedrooms. Garage, 2 Scrrata**V rooms with toilet and bath. Standing on 8,000 to., ft. of land. No reasonable offer refused. Dial 4321 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 21.1.50—2n. FURNISH HOME OR OFFICE ran vour Money Saving Ban Wardrobe*. llreiter-roOej. UM Prea.ce. Gay VanlUat. S*ee DTIIIIS Tablet, nerlelnatli a* Witthrtand*. Nishtchair CaaaV. Hat and Shot and Towel ~ %  ores, nssass Inln*._I^chaon. laatr p Vtomi Kumitura, Ituga >nad FUnutura, IttiekUC .in.iiig. Herbica, UprtsM. IB nd Tub Chair*, Sotlaat. %  SjrBrilliant lull-long a "" M x 11 at MM. L.S. mm Traialaar St Dial W REAL ESTATf ...! %  (ti and lit theeta, from SIM and SIM f :,tt. A BARN BE A Co lid Dt. tea* MM u i sa-i i n (.Al.VA I l>. M and M 1^*4' Apply rrafaltfar Street. Phone MM f 1TTINGS—OaJea nlm S pipe men H in. to IS* tat PI \ liar net a Co Lid. JMilKTS Whotaaala t Uvlnf and Badroomt Dining nd breaXfaat roorna Verandah aide and ront Bath. TolVet Kitchen and out itVcea Apply B A William* upper lank Htll Croaa Bd or S II fhee. ; H pp*aSs*MtJ %  I.1XO.N A BLADON, tpavialUe u, al better claat orupacty and land Wa have houaoa tar ui, in oil good reeadentiai anrat IWkitty. Marina Oaedan. Hatt IBA Nav-v O-rdont. Top Berk Maxwell. CV-attt. Bt Latrrance Oap. St Jamet. Bt Pater, etc D4XON A %  IADUN Be.) E-l-tte Aftnl*. AuclJonttara Bur*iora. PlanUtloM Buildtetg. Phoite MM SHOP Ona (li Datable coaled board ...V Shingled Shtip. tiUwIwd at Btatlon Hill. Bt Michael In good condition Applv lo Tho Manaaer, Pitcher Connell V CO U>I M. II. tt Roebuck St SI I M> -Ai VX WRING HOUSE A modern PurtgoUow. four bedroom, two both*, elartrloKy. water, on the tea. oai private bathing beach. I', ncroe ol Ian* \agel-bie Garden. S milee from Brldaetoor. ai Garden. M Jamoa Enquiry SandyItelda Bt Ptrtar. Pttone 81-M or at Ua pretnlaet Garden. M 1 low. CJ.1S0 MAXWELL COAST Thiee Batow. BJN Delishtrul t_. the Ban. *U TOP BOCK Modem Thjntt Bod-m MJW eU fiita All with | Ms-nth. 'THE WOLD. ttli Garden*, with about 10.880 equaro foot il land will be oAored (or tale at the ,flke ol Ihe uritWrUaned on Thurtdoj. the titd day of February. IBM at 1 pnt. Tin, tirehold dwellinghoiiae conUina salaMV. I public loom*, kitchen and pantry on ground Boor and S hi ft .Ba* s bath etc on Aral Bone. Electric, gat and water aervlcee Ina houae hat recently bean renovated and dtkcorotod and It in excellent condition Inspection by appointment with Mra. H, B Bynoe Dial 8110 Further paiUcubHi and condition* ol tale apply to COTTLg. CATFOBD A CO Bolicitora llLM-lliv PnoPBMTY Near Club Morgan. Otphnm. Ch Ch conjUllng of hall -ere of laotd HA Uaae-klln of IBM b U cttttorRy ti n May be tnapecM by aiyttlylna to M Danialtty. Brlttana Hill For prkco and laerna m*c Apply .c Gilbert Millar. Ittti Villaafe Bt Jame* Ml In CA1UN MOTOR LAUNCH tnd bratv StteA throutBttyul wllh S h p Cray Marino Engine Foi luither partKuUra apply lo E A ROtM n.iee Hotatoa Pactory. Bt Philip II I M-tVt CARTSTwo Crank Carte and Harl The Mar. I 31 I M An Street M 1 M An BINE AbaortMna %  a tnaaM Mn a aaroe fret* taua. J al all lead.ng Dtug^Mrea. THE BANYANS Wllh the land tt-eirio. conUinlnd 4 Acrea 1 Rooda. M't Per,-hen. altuate al Upper Bay Street St MarBwel lda.ll, tunable Bar datikioroeni aa a BtOldlng EtUtr IntpectUtn any day except Sundaya between the tieura of I M a m and II K am and p tn. and 8 p tn on applt cation to Mr Ibannie Oltlttna on a< ,, tjsai ii-i wtt The *bo*e pmprrlj will be aft uo> for Sale at outCHBce Ho IT High Strae ISrldaaxown on Friday M *oj U February IBM. at t p.tn r i-artu ulari and Condition* rest BAia oat atsarr raiiar St JWo, OH Flaarlauaai lataas* i .„, u L.S.afl.l etat t\r flaUUa. Apply lo trafeabaw Coma**, IHI II t WANTED Clean Old Kali ADVOCATE PRSSS ROOM Hlll l llllllI M f ^^^y^ W-vw-V IT IS GOOD VALUE// SILXVtA imn in. i HIM In W'klte, G.ld. Pink and Blue at 11.35 per yd. STUN, RAYON In White. Cold. Green a Brown al Mr. pee yd. trCN LINEN In White. Grey. Gold a Raae at 11.20 per yd Crease Reessttni and Shrunk Proof TWO FAVOURITES nners BLENDED IN Distinctive Flavour) FALERNUM LIQUEUR Drink The Best A SO.MS l-TI. Iatltt*8 FOR SALE The undersigned will offer For Sale at their OB*!*^ High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 21th day of JMuaU, Th'rDwcUIng House called -CARLDIEaT %  **•(, therelu conuvinlng 10,770 square feet, situate on la* %  of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. „ Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunts, ton," Mmwella Coast. Dial &S57. _j. For furJier particulars and conditions ot aaue, -v COTTLE, CATFORD : CO, „ M j BELL CONSIUCTION C. UMKUSttSiTitnOIIS a aestlraalcs and Plans prepared for aU Types of Buildings, avstaairasnd AlWrstions. SHOM 1100 %  ROADWAY iiius> siior >OIII I The Public generally u requested to note that in view of the anticipated arrival of the Tourist steamer "Mauritania" on Saturday 28th init:— OUR si OKI WILL CLOSE I %  >K Till WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY ON THURSDAY J8TH 1.NST AT 12 SOON INSTEAD OF SATURDAY oHTH INST.. ON WHICH DAY WE WILL REMAIN OPEN IF NECESSARY UNTIL 5 P.M. C.F. HARRISON & Co., (Bdos.j LTD. >NATI RDAV. !8TH JANUARY AT 1M l" Jt FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS At II \/\ I UiiiMi KN %  Bbhop's Court Hill Wa are imUucted by Mra. I. M BARBXRA and oiA*rs the followmvaluable Furniture sad ,o-UWl* < % %  D, Chair ^Taaltw '-2 %  '• %  'sail' I ..-|rtvt* ramva r sat &f ,., a.^'*"* Sideboard. China Cabinet, laiae Geni i % rniaiBMl Tablet, Dining Chai— ker*. Oreating Tablet, WaahtUndt, Chctt of Dratrera, drobet iall Mahosanyi. •.-piece Morn. Suite. 0\mrtt modern de-.gn Modem DnotllM Table and Sb-ol. Single Badt . Mattretaaa. Oallery ^T i !" J!w C*Z Pwoaos .all tir.,,. Dttl Tablet, painted Child'. Preaa. £S-i 1UC larsei. painted Playpen. 1 High Chan., Singer Setting "J^-SttJI Oil Slove wllh Oven. 1 .one-borneri Stove. r %  '"' t J. rt T"*Sgf -rge Quantity Glanawgre. Silver, China. Kilchei. "Tj,, gal •" Folding Step.. Trunk.. Sullcaae*. Tool.. Toy*. Laddent. Btiaxt. othor inlaretllng itania. VIEWING 2 p.m 5 p.m. FRIDAY 27TH JANUAt MORNING OF THE SALE SATURDAY. -8 TH J AUCTIONEERS: DIXON t& Phone 4640 BLADO? II \M'%TIO>-*



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SUNDAY, JAMAKV 22. 1950 Kiss Me Sugar A Scene In Two Acts SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE FIFTEEN By George Huntc {HMMWMMMMMtMM NOTICE 5; GiV/s Friendly Society 5 \ ANNUAL S... *! ? f r..-i.. ..... %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % %  .-'%  %  i-.-y,-.For MA HI. SAND. GARDEN MOULD. %  I I.IME. Dial 4503. \rt I. Srene 1. TWF: P" •'-LiqKiaar.on o/ the Britlah Empire. SCENE: A large room in BttflciTitfham Palace. In the centre of the room „ juke-box plays "Gel mr poefcet A*U of nuts. Bulk-Buyer Number one. ikotM listlessly around the room which is placarded 10 i t h enormous maps showing areas still threat fl ned by the groundnut plant. %  i: And they laughed at me once. They wanted me to grow pound nuts they i All it needed m tune. Tuna and money (He strokes his motheaten sports jacket and ilicks a nutshel on to the door). What do you want ? In i arliwle II;.. ',--','-'•'-', I noyod. I've got my job to £, vT'&.ST.£"i^' %  ** %  -CK. MMITTMI do. And my instructions *" "•'— *K£ SS* Hart.' ca'rfT^'"?,,? sTT-^ "i^ are Australia fa*, South w r ^ ^V^K %Z !" £ ^-^^-^ at -^ il AWB Africa second. West Inu.v T r: **£ Mv n** !" *RASC Copinaa,. m n.. c.pi dies third. Mauritius and Fiji also ran. It's too bad Jones. We really hav* known each other long enough to let the handle go. That's right my dear chap. Yes: let me have %  few figures and we'll cable these governors. Yes, Jones there Radai AMIVAl | Pacific Star. . 4SS t. Ca|f Wall. I S Alma Pram*. J.M1 mrm rwU Capt Moraan, Asenla: Da Con*. I IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION tSEfuEf <£?!!? !" Uml d 3 %  %  *" %  • %  %  • *•••• Net wlW.Ki, LlSUii.^ mnmu.lj.1, Toy.l. SB. OHM. 3.8 ma. Ship?., n.„.J..; RETSf %  """ """"i" "" e/I pon Phim,. u D.10.. ji il lUrMdo. Co, SUh_ „ llo s ^., W P ,„. IS SobMI S S J nolh.phrr. s 1 Detscas, ss. s. will,,*.. v !" ,„ " infj.r.5o„S; is V? Ing to worry about NevM-.O— --* A..I vurju,,.. ss caSTa. Co£.Ts S 8 ££.,,". s rnante! nZavt B u! "" !" >""K""i" ssisrsSit-5ss.,;;: JOHN PLEBS: i Bringing his arm down from the ctrctt.ar salute and kicking the did not know that Sir Stafford was a great friend of Mr. Manley? Really Mr. Jones. Rut at course Manley wU] win LMTC It to me . (He bangs the door and Mr. Creech Jones pushes the bel.. fh,. West Indian delegates walk in. They seem tired but there Is ,-il. S lonlar 1 lin. S S Rarllanr. SS. FMO Rraill, S Ploiw-i-r SS \ B no.ir. iv„ f ^s Uormar Dawn, a Qur. latlo Ik*. S.S. Maim.. Ml ilbaW llarri* i Ufa I J"a> ABRIVAI-S^By 11 W.I A L — From Trinidad: Lionel Lew— ._..Still a Spark of hope This <"*<"* %  R.ma ChrlU. Narotan Dayaljl. Harold Blatiop. Mr. Arrtii dies When.) AnoimMt. Uatut*. UaoriB Bryant. Piia.Mm.iri Liab. Bryant. ClWiaa Prt-raon. ChMle. 'erday by T C A door shut Urtlh his left UD rRFFCII invra „ -i Richards Ckwla Daab. John Laahlay. ^ %  r •** *>" %  Kenneth QUai. air t in. lUtfctli JONES sajs: "! am wuuam llunte Samuel Colt. Anne Coll "eorse Ooodlellow. Mr John Macara, sorry gentlemen. Very For Antigua; John Bradihaw. Rev SPJ ?*. t — gW, *H; J ff ff„ l ft l f!!* 1 B i: 1 ounbool). Boss. Big Bulk Buying Boss. It's wet outside and the fog's got me in the throat. Your honour wouldn't 'ove a cup of tea, would you? I thought not. Thanks. I've bad my nut-water to-day. ; And you liked it of course. sorry You do realise how %  "•" '"" %  "' %  "~, oin. wnMp.Mw %  -• ""*>?' >" %  *•'• %  --.. r^ixn-. ."iiai.au mi Mr. Strachey not to go to Stephen shoui. Africa just now. I really had hopes. Yes ... let us know if you can accept his offer. We have always lan Shoul. Trinidad. raaaenaem arnvma 'rom Bermuda >el.-rdav by T.C.A. wcie Mr. Michael SulherUnd. Mr. Cornellu. V.int. ta*t tried to do AU* ht (r Don Sco Mr Soo "" m Mt M ^. r ;., ,iri from Montreal to Bermuda, .ma to ao our Dest for nataek Mohammed. Mr. Edna Phillip-. i^ awnl i, v TCA %e.terday for To> on Chaps in the Colonies. Mr Martin BlacKman. roasa -• Mr John Fell CUrk. I've leamt a lot about r ' Antigua: DT Dean KleMin. Mr. !-.>r ikrrmitda: Mr. Randolph Le. Mr. them since r-M hoH -hi P Eugenie Noland. Mr. John McBeth. Jlvd M „ John Robert'. Mr Edwin Wllw 2?" thlS K* 1-^ %  %  : • Ch,m Nathan. „„ *„, Mg* wr A Wllaon. JOD. ITn your friend you Mttr. Slaun Nathan. Ml** Nellie StrelFor Trinidad. Mr. Arthur Coohe and know. If only I had anv '*• Mr Ir *"* S"" Jk,w **'f Ro u M Jame. Wllaon. influence. But you can f t To1 ""Mr Humb *' 1 Tort ""^ Joh H" 1 "" "•*•*•" %  *aaai uttehatri>e a good secretary for Colonies and keep up with the party you know. I am a Cabinet Minister but it means little more than a K.C.M.G. for .1 Governor. There has o be a little puff and splash. and do ask the Barbados Adrocafe not to hard o n us. We did try our best. A poor best did you say gentleman? Well never mind. There's alwa.s nuts— Nuts-Nuts. The room fades and we Mf Hie Bulk Buyer No. I lying flat on his face while the Juke Box fjjnewT 1'J-i'J ii -"""i u-ith a red through the red eye %  box. Is European Recovery Hampered By American Protectionism ? PARIS (By Mail). AN EDITORIAL in the independent I'ans Monde, signed by Jean-Paul Roux, claimed that 'friction" between the O.E.E.C. countries and the U.S. is mounting because ol "American protectionism." Roux asserted that European to deal with, might oc *hneks NUTS—NUTS— recovery has reached the crtl wiped out by American point where the need for an ininvestment, crease in Western Europe's exIMtiggiRK Deficits ports to the dollar area has However, Roux admitu Hushed with American interests, plugging up of deficits with tbo Calling for the O.E.E.C. tout.export of surpluses presupposes MM to adopt a "franker true convertibility of currencies attitude" towards the U.S.A. which docs not exist and. in anj NUTS. Aet 11. IT TOPS THEM all in FLAVOUR and QUALITY &f ALLEYNE ARTHUR'S SPECIAL RUM '''''''''''''-'-*-'-'-' %  '-'-'-'-*-'-'-'-'-'-'-*'-'-•.'.-.-.-.•.-.•.-,-.-.-.-,-,-,-,•,-.-,.' VISIT the beauty ipot of the iiland lilll.i: WATER HOTEL BATUMI* HA This newly erected modern hotel is siiur.ieu In t;ie mot.t picturesque part of the island. UllilloM ,i; RESERVATIONS Ii'oms with or without private bath etc. V.'e specialise in Fish imd Lobster Luncheons. — Wei. The JO-I tti d" ngngtmi nt u eheosmg TOVR OWN NXQ. %  I Diainoifh in 'lit H(N'I\I tout ittu>t nodi i D <1. ItfTtU, tutmiiimg th< grr t' ewi of %  CORRUGATED GALVANISED SHEETS. For the first time In a long time, Six-foot and Eight-foot sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64. and Top Grade... BUT HURRY!!I A. BARNES & CO., LTD. 55S=53S53| Samples ol Hi,, followini; Mauazim-s dir SiihscriptiolK. I i an he seen at:— JOHNSONS STATIONERY. I'ICTOKIAI, EDUCATION; WOOIIWOKKKK MUSIC TEACBBB (llll.l) EDUCATION TEACHKKS IVOKL1I AKT \M) CRAFT V.iu are also invited It) UMaaM Hie runue oi BtBM I'IIIIIHIL; llrnshes .itisi iiuened by Scene same a$ ACT I. (Bulk-Buyer rijei jfou'l]/ on hii skates, su'lldu's uQ the juke box I Tm so^orrfT augm US tann an ** "" f " en lhe 01EC c "^' never to have used that arbitrary" U.S. customs practices He also pointed out that th< word It's undemocraco "'d boost European exports to development of exports and th tic! (He bou-s 'o an nn,he us b >' *<* I* r eent. employ of old and dollar resour.imaptnary audience). H recalled that before 1914 es to achieve a common end exacts Skirts. After t w o American industry was able to a degree of international co-operayears diet of nuts. Who protect itself against European tion that has not yet been attained. knows what might have competition and create n vast Roux went on to warn that happened to them? Look home market with a high tariff failure to meet and remedy these at me. Oily, wet and wall. problems would cause a snowhard as nails. I can't tell Hut. he complained, protectionballing catastrophe. It would, he whether I'm eating husks i M11 | 1JS remained very aj lVa m wOi s tari <>tf with %  rinsing of or nuts. If only I hod ,h* us an 3 if Amnri'ran n.ii.iir tinonclal and commercial b Mr. Jones ? You are OabtOOt Minister aren't ymi 0 J^""* !" 222" ••'•.'.'.."" %  'J".' -Iiulotho, I, impose, !" European "£ !" f !" ,"!".., A risk an lion h. nT i*K ompeim.m considerolions ot rererover, the U.S. and Eurnp, J£Q ^^ ^ v rlll>lMtv impasse. would be out ol qinMon %  i up f.iirop,, s dollar Th0 ,.„„„„„„„, ,|„ na ,. |( n( it %  M In 1B52, when Morhall lauWe to be covered bi In i Plan Aid Ii Ktwduled to end, u nporta or Inenand Anwican Infollows: \, stmeuls. wnulfl wdgh ..u EuroImporls— S3.20O.0OO.OOO. I an nunayi and ronlrlbute to K\|...ii.-SI,200.000.000. ibe m.slabilil\ ,,f the European 1 Illicit—$2,000,000,000. r, n,,ti,v 1. The reduction of Amariean if Emoucan eounniai are uo* tiiriir, mid ravurion ,i cueabla to develop then exp, loan rid toiMwhldi coul' llu u s Ihe caotlnuatlon ot Marincrease Europe's imports *ball Plan Aid would Ito the rs. In M pa, cent ,v """a alo leared that ihe or $600,000,000. development of exports to dollar The sale ot European surmarketi would languish at the pluses to the dollar mork-'t •'"Pense of exports to more prooutside the VS. which lit *' ,lc " '""-encj narleM should net an additional "f ln "'ed on the necessity for ^s^s^rssz ^-srti^Tn^eS. a INC. IN 3.C. CONTINUES TO UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS OF FINE TAILORING To-day, as ever beiore FOGARTVS is in the lead with up-to-tlie-minuto Styling (or Men's Suits. High quality Workmanship and attention to details carried to perfection. OKI il I, YOUR NKXT SUIT NOW: We have the Kinest Selection ot Suitinca in Stock. 2. 1. trade balances with the U.S. must aliie thot their Wnti '. \ 11 :ones savs it's WA: pood. rm olt ,„ r hi lection. Cnll mo if rail "eed me. Goodbye Mr. Jones. (Shol.-rs hands and rxir.) Arl II. Aft the King and the Cricket party lades a platform rises slowly and Mr. CREECH JONES wearing morning trousers and a frock coat and spats enters with Mr. BUSTAMANTE on one arm and the Hon. H. A. CUKE on the other. A West Indian dance band plays KISS ME' SUGAR". YOU MUST READ The Case of . "The Royal Mail" In Tomorrow's Sflafftftft Evening Advocate to be traae Oiiiaiices win me have always passed the Majesty. Thanks a milbits are swarming acros* the problem back to the states, lion. Will you ask Mr. continent's pastures. The most promising way of Jones to forgive me? In November, agriculture exkeeping rabbits down has been He was always telling perts estimated them nP the 'he wirenetting method. A pr..me you couldn't make hundreds of millions. Now, harperty is sub-divided with fences sugar out of nuts. ned farmers talk in terms of %  %  then systematically cleared 'Exit Bulk Buyer No. I.) .housands of millions Actuelly Wllh P" ; wn, traps and digging. nc one knows how many rabbits Bul ,h fen ces have broken down Australia has, but what th*-y wi,r wartime neglect and now do is a national problem Every 10 rabbits cat as much — •* *— — *- <-a4 as IIIUI.I1 %  •> ,. | sheep—and nothing man has "". 1< ^: r there is not one per cent of the wire-neeuing needed to tackle i-ti'ni of rabbits on the move has been told by Francis SSl!! 1 "'.. %  ?""* b olo,i 1 %  ""* Only when , have slrlpped \^''\^ ST* done so tar has stopped their onward rush. Eveiv tiw week: they produce fresh litters ,y T JaAUTUMN • 'ones, flp j„ hand) "KlAI..in ,,„ MINISTKY HI Ii,,,,, 1 Bishop of Bar'.h Ivor vJ m os resigned from 'he Socialist Partv. so did lf>rd Milvcrton and what %  T' oay doesn't really l know. Take "e Australians, Austra"• %  btg. you know. But-. around"0 ton, ,„ Australia' fr^/""."-^' 1 '"' %  nil. a property of feed will they leave. ^ ,h ,'" ,he "^ "VS 1 1 Then their mad rush make, a %  ee m d '"„,??" Th '" swarming carpet of brown and " w " nllrt U P ln ' """' rey across the dusty land, %  The fact is." savs the Svdnev """ lon be or "" I n %  Daily Jfu-ror". "he rabbit ha, h3 d „ "" ?*? '",""' '"" "' ""' nearly lot ua i>caien '"•" ln , w h r l b ". 'he bottom The belter the season. Ih?"" '.'' crushed and snv.i woree is the rabbit menace. Thc ht **" %  >" '"" Paawd on Droughts kill them by the mil". v '' r ,hc P" e of corpsea and corllon but always a tew survive, 'mued going southward. And when rains bring the grass, %  the rabbits appear again. An... Thc corpses were piled other good season this year phli '"'' '"P nd r hbiU vere climbwartime and postwar neglect, has m ov er them and tumbling down brought one of the worst rabbit "*? o'her side. The rabbit] plagues ever might as well have tried to Australians have tried hard to eweep back the Sahara with a .ontrol the rabbit since the first broom." "guilty men" brought them as There are three threats to pets or table delicacies from Australia's future-drought, eroEngtand a century ago. They've sion and the rabbit Each year tried shooting poison, traps, rabseas more and more land going -of feaces, digging and back to desert. The squatt. bacteriologicar warfare— overstocked leased land started Iti won. the erosion—the rabl.it Ii carrying There are Just so many of them It on. TELEPHONE SERVICE THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED regrets that, owing to the interruptions in the electric supply, it may be impossible to give a continuous telephone service. The Company is making enquiries 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 to lesser the drain on the batteries, this requeat applies to all subscribers especially on calls from and to numbers commencing with 95 JOHNSONS HARDY, ARK. •lea ITS for the following . LETTER BALANCES WIRE TRAYS rVTRI BASKETS CASH BOXES dillemi' Also SPRING HACK BINDERS FOOLSCAP AND LETTER SIZE • ROBERTS & CO. Ilnl .IJOl ; -NOTICE.I Due In the arrival of %  tourist ship nn Saturday ihe 1MB, .mr sinnL'S Broad Mn.i •rill hi ClaiMl M TIIUIISIIAV I lie LMitli in,lead of SATURDAY for Ihis week only. COLLINS LIMITED. It, Broad siren. MR. FISHERMAN, AT LAST v.e have rcci-i,,,| u'ALVD. WIRE NETTING in Ihe tnllouins .ises: %  r, r r, i tat i. MESH aaucw say Secure \,,ur r, iniirrni.-iil. ,-.i,l> .mil .insist in Ihe prrsenl f.,.„l problem. • IV. II. i.inuu Dial 3S06. l.umlMr and Hardware. Bay Street, j NEW ... BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS in squares and by the yard MMJAKES '.. %  MM ... M.tt ••ft. wile '., si.st i SI.M per yard Also KM i\ raj n LINK rtrnnri: MATS-;,, three sues. THE BARBADOS HARDWARE CO., LTD. THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS Nos. 33 A 52 Swan Street -: Phone :::: 4406 or 2109 :



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I'M.! BBCTI i N M SDAY ADVOi SfXPAV. JAM^ Rva J Ohiiinirs Mrs. Patkmee IXII'Mnk Hall U Heater* Ot B.B.C. Radio S. V. Train Detainer] -MANAGE* PROTESTS Programme cv-nxirv* !•>*< %  ! Carwel] Die-: Age46 REAL NAME .BLAIR' SYDMI Manager i.mK %  The Manager or in. died on S ..an team JIGS \\\ IN I ''1 I PIOOBAMMI •• games, said here 10-day uui .... ,.,. ..,. .,,,_ „, -rxuart the ..pi uUeor 1Export • PrC)Ud,r ..'graiJS 1. I devnu: chances of .urn— "Zw i !" ih.c two alhle.es. hi*h |ui : BBC W lUarn mm LONDON, Jan. 21. George Carweil. 1 meal works, who foil] .'.•publicans In Civil \*ar. dl ( <>inieterlrITerjiii> Alger Hiss, former ilale -.I official, was today con,„„„ _,nier. of perjury ai the end ol Listing 39 da -"llials claimed Uieir CM.IIII -af %  nryi n I.I.IIII nation against yellow Fridays at 10.00 p.m. beginning .oming week. Mr RooUiman, who arrived Her.DBIUJTI IV ih his team to-day. -a J . I'Klr.STI.r.* the two would not beatSBOtlaw new series of BBC m also begins In the : %  %  %  onlv three days before II Masterpieces.' First of the talks will be given by J. B. Priest "ho speaks on 'Pickwick HELSINKI. -day that only four of 3.00" whose extradition Ruas.. quested aie on Finnish The Finnish Foreign I nounced in a commuiI •• %  thai international Brigad. He had been virtually an In'". people tubercular trouble for |" e t -,„ n ^h women and •nree years man—were being hel i I v while the poliC] sldcrable attention at the : publication -< -rv.. Finnish man v Russia Seeks W ar Criminals -IN : be taken in their The Finnish n dictatorship on. i.rough m the guise ol anl liberated 1ilr>winR on last Sund. tram Ja%  %  %  %  353? sKr'iSrr': ";•'•' g*" ' !" ;: -'""" " n,h : -?,J? ihfrh h,, %  • r££an Mr-< A., -ffeeuve sketch This American reti • ol the pro.. „ .... Renter. I 1946. __ from 'heir T ,,, %  |1S "J human masters only to come unr, Won demand as 2£.*S" ,,ran y """' : '^Soviet-Jmon' OW T n he K fu*.hors la.es. book •••should be SMH** -j !" r,.ten between a peri. '•• !" >* r health spent in Sanal %  "** an imaiuialive d P or ''" ' oullariin world of the ll.K.i %  *-a persons, three / the F.n.rilies. one has died live the country, four have and three have no %  ne ratification of the Finland deported ,1 war criminal'. home' thirly-six other 'Hens, most of whom were war prisoners. .munique added: tne IMOt considers it•elf oH.ge I to reject categorically I unish a.ithoritli ,ed the list of It, fa lse a number of ::d occur shortly before and slice treaty. Several %  been brought before .irts. and punished for issuantttjr papers Some could not be punished because they left the country ""jffi, r ,-.-,-.•.-.•.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.•---'-'-'•'-'-'-'-';; I I...M1M1 HANDCRAFT* ; ; ; FOIK WUfM •V THC SCA A RESIDENCE OF DISTINCTION CHURCH SERVICES \;\\ Tl - \MI M l HI i Ol s-'liP %  %  % %  M Ft !• %  • %  ROT rm-RCH (toad Hr W 1 : 'i %  m Bou-nuinXi' %  %  A B HKIMMN *l II ^< i II si. vi .AMI vi. ". IDU Ti MflWl I M %  "i N*wi i. ,. in Pmrr, IH* DUlwrUJ" •!••" Frottrvnune p>n; I 11 a %  6 I I i m WK W| In PirTrr. 11 10 p m 12 II P m Brttoln, i is p m Hwlii. NewuW. I *"no n 2 14 P " I I D it. Tin p m Interiinl. I tp .. i '. p m PYutfr.. i MC. 1 p m r'^nbbwin Volcr M-A. lo rt—t tn* Gopta. SV-.W B 15 p rfi Tom Jot... Tr I j) pm %  w • 11 "" "'It*" • IS p m • D i %  ...iCti. 11 p m Tic (OMPANV |.c0IO0TIO1 i jnil">o COT1MI BOXING — AI i THE YANKEE stiuwl Britons Hill^l r. B8DAV Mog, I j mi Am. AT ,^l The Battle „f Th I Wekdn. ^B '"arbHa,) JACK OAar The Bearded Miru. IMlba VS. i British Gobm KID JOHN The Galaaeaa MWL. %  si n I" KOI M|< „ Admlsslni: Ringside SI.so. Ba^ I Cage SIM. Bkaektiifl C. B Uiyne and la. I Chandler.-Pren.SJ GRAND CABARET BALL i aid of the St. Philip Bohy Welfare Centre tod {- S'. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clinic a i Mir DRILL HALL on SATURDAY. FFBRI \RY 4th lb I sUrlinc it 9 p.m. IfANNBQI IN PARADE and FLOOK SHOW (Irvle (MNMH and his or.-hestr.. TI< KKTS $1.00 earn frrm Johnson*-* SUllonery and T. R. Kvam & WhttlfU I EVENING DRESS ;; %  -i rviTtn MORWI\N ~M \ \IION uun HRMM.I rOWII t *-lKM %  "ii IIM.1""-rait i in MBT9TOWK D r J i %  HA \ll W t'>f! I %  w wii* >, miniMa ml HK %  UM EAT Meeting 1 p PMKACHI Mrrliri. MANDHI C— MM i. KOWH Mrrtlni 3 p Mrs-tin : > %  •nr-ACHER -^leutmail KM R NO Ul m 3 I Wrf'lll| b U %  SWnd) MatpTirr-.i %  rinpftn. • m CUr !> %  ,.->-. ThrN*.. 1? 12 IS p m PrpirttttfParadr % %  Mn* frorti Grand Howl. I p m (Virrc. ftrvtr*.. Mi p NfTfl: lpm Hv a Go Th* Nru*. 2 10 p m Horn* KWI 2 15 p m p.u %  l'rc>BrfTe. p m Thr Nr %  *rTni*d; S p m Uxenari* CttoKt. S %  Craftime Prd*; 2ft G*t*rmlly pkin. S *3 p m Arr. S p m Ring up Ihff. J 1ft p m C.l loodon Ia4fthl CoriorTi Oic s-. • 10 Hon.. %  IS p m ScU*'!* Rrv i • / .bin Srhwankopf ^w-i ID pin fwil Tvnpto and in* M.. i .Jfvr. 10 2ft p.m INP Bl.*. ...oniMlUi Si. BOITON %  Voinq fvnjb on, /, KEPLER'/ 0 "On tbe go" all day and gr.i.ine,. too; no wonder children need extra nourishment. ..i them Kepler' and see ho they thnv. and gain .eight-it U rich in the vitamin. their growing bodies need. Ill oiallyswert flavour i. so pleasant too. A.lul.s w.U I.II.I 'Kepler' a'real aUenglhener in convalescence. •KKPLKR' — COO LIVE*. OIL W1IM HUT I2THa & A BURROUGHS WELLCOME IT II Mr. If UuOUCsMl %  • —n Mt*iiiv "' nit \N. i Nonrv* HbMM. %  4 31 i .*, a n4 1xl> \\u WcalluT KMMal 'on BUM Ml am P in I Q Iffftj : I tV3 p.m. Hull iln I N 4 %  6 36 pin rsm ci v\ M.I lotal for nuiiuli ttt | l |H l>m|--uiiii. Mini '.it't HW l>l II miln. prr hour Baromrtrr (t ..m.) £9.915 ill urn i -'911 pelitl 'titi finish ini natural loveMnesa tnon J'imired, • n ul Vardley powder, on ikin .: imootfa by ^ • %  : YARDLEY (omp Itxion^Pou ae i) natural ibftsiM) ratDtrv II mn %  -. .MMIT IOHIOR They'll Do It Every Time. %  -.. Ilyjimmy ll.iJ. HUH rrON^ vOu W,RE JUST GONNA / / OJT ANVTHIN6 0U, CLIP THJS ITEM MCF THAT r^PER TiLL ABOUT WCFFkCE SHUFFLE6CARD TEAM OH DEAR ME! I CLEAN FOR6CT ABOUT THA' ARTICLE >CXJ WANli I WRAPPED JP TNE 6ARBA6E W THE PAPER AND THREW rTAWAy IM SORRy, HENRy CAVESHEPHERD&CO.,U 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET I P.C.S. MAI I i;i*XCo..Lt(l. Top Scorars in • Tailoring ^-.%^v.v-.-.---.-.-.-.-,-,----v.v-----.-,-.'--.-.-.v-v.vwsl ; II '# nltvr Tvrntili—prool Burnt for Cmillmg*. Parlilinns. rtt. ASBESTOS WOOD 3/1S" thick. V x 8' sheets UNITES WALI.BOARD '." thick, \-\l\ 9 10', sheeU IMTKX HAKDBOAKI) ',' thick. I \ 6', 8'. 10' sheets IMTKX TII.KBOAK1) Cream. Green, White. 1 x 4', 6 she* 1 ; ; MOULDINGS in Aluminium, Wood & Wallk*" WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO. U -: PHONE 4267 :M. from AUSTIN REED REGENT STREET A S/V4ALI SH/P/MfNT Of COLLAR ATTACHED DRESS SH* COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED SHI* SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED SH# WOOL SOCKS — NOW AT C. B. RICE & C* OF BOLTON LANE I



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^^ u n d a T ^uttftag fcicate Price: SiX CENTS Year 55. 60 WARSHIPS: 80,000 MEN ARE COMING For Big U.S. Exercises ;6 Ragged Spaniards Cross The Atlantic Women Kiss Antigua's Shores (Bv Our Own Correspondent) ST. JOHNS. Antigua, Jan. 21. rtl'FIK KIT. flyiiiK a distress signal and heavily laden „ilh weatherbeaten people slowly entered the calm and ~E 1ml waters of the historic Nelson's dockyard. Antigua, 1 j-.. After port formalities with In ,„ TuesdayAnti guans iscuedifter fight At Sea • port •Health Officer and Harbour Master 56 ragged, wornout and hungry folk were permitted to land on a: very restricted area. Nine uf than were women who Immediately knelt down, kissed the ground and offered prayers. Within an hour was visited by Lord Ba'.d%  ta Bad other offlcals. It is claimed that some of the passengers comprise of University professors, ex-naval ratings. sailors, artisans, peasants and Ashing folk who left Spain. From La*. bare found ii impossible ^ST JOHNS. Antigua. J8TANT high winds from 0tb have made it unsafe Palmas they left in a fishing boat to cross the channel t< for Dakar, a voyage Tasting 21 and sloops which have' days, and there they disposed of in Antigua from that %  their clothing and gold for food. They ran aground on a reef off Barbuda and had no food or water for days. On Thursday morning the Roman Catholic priest held I man for the rofugees v and carried them ford. Government supplied them with rations and after a day of rest they are happy again. Syrians -nd Portugese have showered ihcm with gifts of food and clothlag, —(By Cable.) log boots have put to sea are been forced to return. Sunday lour Govemmenl lit, Basil i Buntina. Supi. of Police. Senior Draugh's%  Moral Eiigin'cr wenl t^hjtm boat. They were from Gmt Hill ::i four •k m the afternoon. When nenini came and thi %  turn tftc Police Launch and Mende's launch went out bias for hours and finally i the men up at 1 am. on lay momine with II i *hapc off Five Islands. —(By Cable.) case Wages For ugar Workers •apondent) Antigua. OTIATIONS concerning paid for the handling It. war's iugjf crop were rjI on Friday Those eon| in the discussions are the | Planters Association and rUfui Trades and Labour -(By Cable.) teuton" Sails from Antigua Advocate rorreipottdcnt • ANTIGUA, Jan. 21. I 20 ton vessel "Ruben" of Mmas, laden with food and 0TIA lo be B.C. Selects Team For Barbados tBarbatdaa Advocate Oiiiva|MiwlMit> GEORGETOWN. Jan. 21. Continuous rains forced the Selection Committee of the B.C. Cricket Control Board to abandon further trial matches i.nd selected to-day the following 13 to represent B.G. in Barbados in February. George Camacho (Captain) Arnold Wight, Leslie Wight. Norman Wight. Bruc. PairaudeaUf John Trim (Georgetown C.C.) B. M. C. G. Gaakin. C. A. McWatt. C. H. Thomas (Demcrara C.C.) A. B. Rollox (Transport and Harbours C.C i. CaMttfl Persaud (East Indians). C.C.) Robert ChrisUanl (British Guiana C.C); Giendon Gibb* (Malteones S.C.) C. L. C. Bourne ex-Barbados wicket-keeper batsman is manager.— (By Cable) In The Caribbean MlMBKHs OF Tilt: ri'BMClTY OOsfMaTTBE mat Mr Vletoj Von Ragan and discussed with him subjects lit for publication in the proposed Tourist Guide for Barbados. In the picture are seat, left to right attainting Mr. Bayca; U Col Keith Stewart; Mr. P. F. Campbell. Left to right silting : Hon. V. C. Gale. M.L C; Mr Victor Von HagOU Niblock (chairman of the Publicity Committee). Mr. Von Hiigcn BftsQ ll icrnporarily residing in Grenada, intends to publish Guide Books of the Colonies of the EMttSfl Watt Indies. SAFE HONG KONG, Jan. 21. Five members of .he stall of Civil Air Transport, led by its American operation chief, who io were believed earlier this week | •"*_ %  J* to have been captured by Comand with 56 aboard, sailmunlsts at MengUe, Southern Hold morning (20th) to com' nan, were reported safe In a cable |fctr voyage to LaGuaira. to me company heretoday.— — (By Cable). Keuler. Opening Of Parliament Postponed NDOiW. Jan. SI, King George V. proclamation postponing the opening of Parliament originally fixed for January 24, to a dale after February 3. whan the present Paiiuiiiunt will be dissolved. This means that in accordance with Government pll will not nu-et again before the QexBsra] i;,u lion The post-election re-a fixed for March 1„ and the itate opening by the King for March 6. —Keutrr. Soviet Troops In Austria Pose Threat To Tito LONDON, Jan. 21 Tho Conservative 'Daily Tele•only too obvious" tha.' the Russians want to remain In Austria "in order to (From Our London Correspondent) oe able to go on maint,.iinn r : i ONE reason why Britain was able to announce with' troops in neighbouring countries Wdence last month that it could substantially reduce J 1 %  ""• %  ,0 dollar oil imports, because British companies expect-d | V^ no a ugh ; however the Russians on surplus, is now evident to observers. In a small ;. rc in %  pom ion to obatruct tho P* of Arabia, called Kuwait, a British Oilfield is now conclusion of as Auatrl '.000.000 to ns a year—and the field has not vet indefinite! l '_ c an no \HE WORLD'S SECOND BIGGEST OILFIELD Gives Britain Surplus Plane Will Make Bid To Rescue Marooned Scientists (Bv Renter's Special Correspondent) ON BOARD THE JOHN BISCOE. Jan. 21. Aviation fuel to feed aircraft destined shortly to make a drarnatic Bid British scientists marooned in tru Antarctic for more than two years was today being loaded into the 1.200 ton British lelirf ship, John Biscoe. United Nations Never Less United -TRYGVE LIE LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. II, The United Nations today faced tinp r oapacl of trying to function without Russia for at least a month. Of the nine UN bodies Russia and the Soviet bloc countries have led i : i3, pro* testing the presence of Ml %  tomk talks pave been stopped by walkouts. The others continue their work apparently unhampered but with the knowledge that Russia Will rot coma;. ">n taken in her absence as legal. Trygve l,i^. UK Bacratary Genthat the UN is in a nation than when tin The John Biscoe arrived hert (yesterday after waatheiio violent storm sine 1 leaving (Port Stanky. iii tha Palh?ano anaan %  %  < %  I Here, in this advanced base to the rescue of. the Uritish scientists. stranded on icebound SUaungton Island. 400 square miles further south, she plans to spend raw king up theaviat* and other stores. Then she will go on to Poi'i Loctcro/, a British base in the <>f Graham [*aj If eunditions are suitable there, aba will lx> joined by an Auster ana of two aircraft i< vloualy landed here by the John %  %  anea. i id rescue aircraft is an %  mphlUoua Norseman, in whkfc I Canadian bush pilot, yesterda;. fU out to greet the John WK04 H-rdcn is destined to make th bid to rescue lh five of whom have lice icy outpost fo i fully opened u l> {Africa Battles Over Voting *to Of Natives CAPETOWN. Jan. 21 P Africa's Parliament mat lM Texas and produces about the head of the Persian Qulf quite near tiie town of Barr*— was producing only 2,000.000 tons of crude oil two years ago. Now it has eighty welU working and has become the second blgiest oiltield m the world. The biggest field in the w rid was discovered in 1930. ll -: under a cloud of dworer vouiiB njhu „r in. t.~*" population H.I.Il7*f Prime ' %  Malan, National Part. Jo finance Minutci %  "§. leader of the Allu-,1 %  PMIha>,. , • nrained ovei tho muc "Mmcnt.My rcoraaanuuon •" %  Havcnga threatened *"•" Malan propoaed. U IMS Parliamentary J nove coloured voter's JJmUi and give them sep2 !" fntatlon through thr.i %  ^ Parliament. aSfiJo?" %  '•mber. o( J2 Alrilunrr Party It 2 !" upport the Malan £ % %  '. giving it a wven vole EfZ •> %  "PP-ltlon led %  Prime Minlaler Smuts. "* over the IMUO ot col.T, 1 1 "' majority, was •a uL*** ye,r lruce wh m i£i2_ a Te l p* 1 I"* ""> the rift has grown ! %  favoured repreMnta%  tto ^"K r u POPU^'inn in I a. %  U "umbers. That .2* Hven them four or hfcVir,.. co nlondcd that K !" of Malan, Nation. ^ ""ve protetted the fcj^ " Nalonallst J,, 1 !" Trarutvaal. J. G %fcS J ,L'el d >""' i* %  2eur^s.; u p rii >SrS! 0 ,,Tnur i v not laiue—icp.. lR.OOO.OOu tons a year. but Increase the hatred an .. a u .w ii-. plclon in which they are already t Held that lie, >l i|oW by a „ bu , ,,.„ stooges," the newspaper declared Saying that .he Kremlin will now "not even name .. prifll % %  withdrawal" from ,\ustria> the "Dally Telegraph" added: "It is olffleuit to see what the western Itowers can do about' Ihl table >tate of allairs. than that about the many other Russian Infringements uf engagements entering Into during and The Kuwait field is situated I after the war. ideally for access lo the Gull. It j Beater. Is fifteen miles inland. The field I is owned jointly by Anglo-Irani.ni and The Gulf Oil Corporation of America, but it is operated by the British Kuwait Oil Company. The Managing Director of the British is Mr. C. A. P. Southw.il. who is to be the neat President of the Institute cf Petroleum. The Kuwait field is now bringing over £3.000,000 a year in lyalties to the State's ruler. Sheikh Sir Ahamad al Jattl %  Subah. He Is devoting the money to roads, hospitals, schools and ater supplies. The Sheikh Is I lirm friend of Britain. Beilin blockade threatened to war. He ha, no Imme'„ : tint of the reaeu diate solution of the problem team is to fly out, first, thexnvi which, if Russia sticks to her d\ will be cleared up permit, me other six will he evaeer.butUIci only when Communist China ,,,penetrable another seat In the UN.-Caa. Press. „. attempted. • —(Unite.'uili^iiu Can Spi'uk To Barbudu Virgins Ask What About Us Cabrera Revi.'ut-il I (lilt -111 I III Ml M,l Kiiiiili ii Plans Diplomatic Sabotage SAYS U.K. PAPER ST. JOHNS. Antigua. HAVANA. Jan. 21. ON Wednesday IRtl .1 mister "f Defence Segunc table and Wireless extended their ( llrl1 nd Cn "' Arm y Khun Khio, will open the conference convened by the AllBurma-India Congress here on January 28. During the two days session many problems affecting' Indian nationals in Burma will come up for discussion. The celebrations in connection with India becoming a Republic coovnence on Jan.iary 25 when thIndian common i'^ will hold separate sect'^,.: functic -a. Prime MuiLier Vhakin lu wUI leave for Colombo on January 26, accompanied by his wife and daughter. He reAims on February 4 —Beater. today. "There appears lo be (our main rbjectives behind this campaign." the correspondent added; "(1) The paralysis and breakdown of the United I "(2) The creation of maximum chaos in In.V-rnational relaMao And Stalin Conclude Russo-China Pact HONG KONG, Jan. 21. night and western diplomat Chinese Soviet treaty of servers mcrj. believed u lions within the rank, of n(ndsh p ,, J: „,,.,, !uI1 „f „ f,r-reachlng Russlan% %  -' Moscow by Mar shal Stalin m.l Chinese pact wa s Imminent) •he Chinese WeakDefence Against Communism —Churchill LONDON, Jan. 21 Wartime Premier. Winston hun-hill. broadcasting to Britain oiught. declared 'hat on the reulls of the forthcoming General ;irriion depended Britain's future lag nation and her abilty to live decently without foreign charity. Sr-Mrung lo an estimated .iudiakM <>! 2O.0OO.OO0 radio listener? from the gtady oa his country Kent, he launched the irst thunderbolts in the Conser. %  Tha ohaica before us is %  battsai tu take another plunge .mo Socialist regime!.' D| effort, regain freedom, nltiative aatd tipiKutumty of BritaU. %  I believe that on this decision lepends not only our hlturi M % %  aatlaa In world thought ptaa, but also our physilo maintain our vast x>pulatlon upon decent standards without foreign I I No Fear to Vole After emphasising that no oqa in Britain need fear to vote. :is \>..!s secret and free. Churchill said: "So* I %  nt .in all-powrwimii aw thing and thus decides the daily life of the individual through thr Socialist State. Socialism has been found In ;.ll European countries, bound or free, to have been the weakest lafanea against Communism "In taking another lurch into .it this Juncture ra should be moving contrary to the general trend nd tide of reviving Kuropean Society. "Still more should we be out of harmony with the State*, and Nations of the English-speaking world, the British Dominions, and the United Brgjaa Only SwiuliM <.o. i else, at this m the head of the only Socialist Government to be found anywhere in the whole speaking world, the birthpUca ;ind the home of Parliament jr." "1 am nir we act wisely, we can make way through our dangers wahave dona barora Hut if, with poUtlcai thnughtlessncM or wrong guidance. • rtoui mistakes, •md consume OW ,nd class war, t niisequences ma) UpOO us thr like Of Wfcfc %  aavar "*' iunarad m %  -.i "We are unable to earn our livI ing and make our way ID the world because we are not allow ed to do so." "The whole enterprise, coOUiva of tin British Nation is being increasingly I paralysed by the wartm tloni from ^hu-h all othai rm peoples have shaken themselves laar, bul sfhleh ara still Imposed .ipon OW people m the name uf i tical philoMtphv and a largely obsolete mode of 'nought." "Our Government is 11 one glorifying in controls for coo* ike." Abundant Food Churchill declared. "CI abundant food Is the foundation of our strength. We need more food at In "We must also make long-term arrangements inside the Empire for mutual trade." He asserted that, without Marshall Aid, Britain would have 2,000,000 unemployed. He ada.u "great difficulties He ahead whan the consequences of devaluation come home to us, and when American Aid ends." "It is not the llrst time we ban been through a life and death, struggle together." "What will you do about all these problems? Will you simply { I lung down treasures of | the past, and shrug your shoulders at the perils of the future'. 1 "If so, a terrible awakening lies not so far ahead." "Only a new surge of impulse cm win us back the glorioas ascendancy which we gain in the struggle for right and nraadoni, and for which our fom nerved our baarti down the long aisle of tlma Keuter. Missouri Will Lead 44 Destroyers, 10 Submarines NORFOLK, Virginia, Jan. ML A BATTLESHIP und six aircraft carriers will lead lii'i **^ American warships taking part in big inter-seryice manoeuvre-.—"operation portrex"—next month. Admiral W. II. P. Blandv. Commander-in-t'hirf uf tin Atlantic I announced here. Th= battleship will 'probably be the Missouri, now aground on a Chesapeake Bay rertrex Is a joint airborne— asaaalMea* train!ns exercise lr the Army. Navy and Airforce. lo be conducted in thr Caribbean In February and Harah. Three cruisers, *4 destroyers and M amphibians and other type of vessels will be In the Uw force, and 10 submai: the Delence Force. Some BO.000 men will take part—-Renter, U.K. Offers Five Year Contract ST. KITTS. Jan. 21. A statement issued by the Min%  tr) ol Food was released here -esterday regarding the ivsult of IIMI talions with the "Common.vealth countries on the future ugar policy of his Majisty'* Government in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom hoi offered to (*!>mm<>mvoalth producers a five year contract DOM l53 making with the unaxpand portion of the present guarantaa right years in all. From 1953 onwards to 1957 the United Kingdom has i guaranteee a market in the United Kingdom at reasonably reV0 prices hxed annually for a total of 1.550,000 tons of which 1.100.000 tons has been allocated to colonial sugars. in the light ol laaormattou as to increased costs submitted by the producers a price per ton 12 per cent above the 1W9 price I %  > IXH'II uttered for the 1950 crop and any reasonable further increase of cost togethci rvant factoi: taken mto account in ii\i;ig tha pr.cea to be paid in fm McCarthy G> ill of control over African newspapers. C3> Report'."in. and Con I Hit newspapers, and i.iiitv rollinj (Renter.) %  rbaSai AdvorcU %  n sss nitMii l'OHT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 21. Mr. Justice S. E. Gomes delivered considered judgment in tin Supreme Court here this morning allowing Mr. Patrick Mictuul McCarthy to retain the custody of his daughter Mary Violet McCarthy in the international legai h.ittlc with his wife Mi .. M< il. McCarthy who had Su.tau Jahure to finance her tnp to lVtnfdai. to tight the oatn Mr. l raguaa bem appointed lo o lumped Moscow to sign the first turn on the run — Reuter (Chou arrived in Moscow last — Healer Greeks Honour St Paul ATHENS, Jan. 21. Greeks will celebrate in 15\ the I BOOth Aniversar. arrival of Saint Paul in Greece.. An Executive Committee headed | by Archbishop Speldoi | Gangsters "Brain'' Name Of Jewel Bandits MARSEILLES. Jan. 21. BiH Roner Senanedj, leader ol tha .;.ni )( which robbed tha BcRum Khan of £200,000 worth ol J attw ai g, ivaj dOM to death on a lonely mountuin side in Haiue 3s.VOI I members of his antf told police her*. %  %  !n-i* .it tha png aid m cording lo police SOU It %  • r Heiny a ; at the same time at the sam> I •• were today invesngaling tha gangsters' statement that Lindsay George Waled as a French Ain British origin' i tl %  re.ii "brain" ot the gang, though Senanedj was It* French Surete (Criminal Investigation Departmenti who planned yesterday s sudden round-up of the gam.-pectexl to inb l today. He was arrested in Strasbourg. Meanwhile police inten their nation-wide hunt for Albart Giaume. whu the K-mgstcrs todav alleged "executed" Senantdj and his mistress. Further anqu made at Aix-Lcs-Bains Ranaa Ratny'i husband am. The husband told jjolice he had neither seen .rd from nis i nice August. —tlteutar.) Greece To Hold First Elections IN 5 YEARS ATHENS, Jan. 21 More than 50 political parties and groups will appeal to the Greek people going to the polls on March 5 after five years of Civil war. This will be the first time since %  MS the electorate will have had a choice not only among individual candidates, but also among parties with their programmes The last elections, in March 1846, were fought un the issue of the return of the late King George, then still in exile The Communists and Leftwingen then boycotted the polls. The parties, whkh contested/ were all for the King's coming back as "a safe-guard against the said evils of communism.'' The Royalist Parties. Populist Conservative rightwing groups, this Issue is no longer at stake —Reuter. NAMED AMBASSADOR TO ARGENTINE gasun Mlnlata ittar • meeting vest. I uler.


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Year 55.
60 WARSHIPS: 80,000 MEN ARE COMING
For Big U.S. Exercises
;6 Ragged Spaniards
Cross The Atlantic
Women Kiss Antigua's Shores
(Bv Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHNS. Antigua, Jan. 21.
rtl'FIK KIT. flyiiiK a distress signal and heavily laden
ilh weatherbeaten people slowly entered the calm and
~E 1ml waters of the historic Nelson's dockyard. Antigua,
1 j-.. After port formalities with In
, Tuesday-
Anti
guans
iscuedifter
fight At Sea
port '
. Health Officer and Harbour Master
56 ragged, wornout and hungry
folk were permitted to land on a:
very restricted area. Nine uf than
were women who Immediately
knelt down, kissed the ground and
offered prayers. Within an hour
. was visited by Lord Ba'.d-
ta Bad other offlcals.
It is claimed that some of the
passengers comprise of University
professors, ex-naval ratings.
sailors, artisans, peasants and Ash-
ing folk who left Spain. From La*.
. bare found ii impossible
^ST JOHNS. Antigua.
J8TANT high winds from
0tb have made it unsafe Palmas they left in a fishing boat
to cross the channel t< for Dakar, a voyage Tasting 21
and sloops which have' days, and there they disposed of
in Antigua from that their clothing and gold for food.
They ran aground on a reef off
Barbuda and had no food or water
for days.
On Thursday morning the
Roman Catholic priest held I man
for the rofugeesvand carried them
ford. Government supplied them
with rations and after a day of
rest they are happy again. Syrians
-nd Portugese have showered
ihcm with gifts of food and cloth-
lag, (By Cable.)
log boots have put to sea
are been forced to return.
Sunday lour Govemmenl
lit, Basil i
Buntina. Supi. of Police.
Senior Draugh's-

Moral Eiigin'cr wenl t^h-
jtm boat. They were
from Gmt Hill ::i four
k m the afternoon. When
nenini came and thi
turn tftc Police Launch and
Mende's launch went out
bias for hours and finally
i the men up at 1 am. on
lay momine with II
i *hapc off Five Islands.
(By Cable.)
case Wages For
ugar Workers
apondent)
Antigua.
OTIATIONS concerning
paid for the handling
It. war's iugjf crop were rj-
I on Friday Those eon-
| in the discussions are the
| Planters Association and
rUfui Trades and Labour
-(By Cable.)
teuton" Sails
from Antigua
Advocate rorreipottdcnt
ANTIGUA, Jan. 21.
I 20 ton vessel "Ruben" of
Mmas, laden with food and
0TIA
lo be
B.C. Selects Team
For Barbados
tBarbatdaa Advocate Oiiiva|MiwlMit>
GEORGETOWN. Jan. 21.
Continuous rains forced the
Selection Committee of the B.C.
Cricket Control Board to aban-
don further trial matches i.nd
selected to-day the following 13
to represent B.G. in Barbados in
February. George Camacho
(Captain) Arnold Wight, Leslie
Wight. Norman Wight. Bruc.
PairaudeaUf John Trim (George-
town C.C.) B. M. C. G. Gaakin.
C. A. McWatt. C. H. Thomas
(Demcrara C.C.) A. B. Rollox
(Transport and Harbours C.C i.
CaMttfl Persaud (East Indians).
C.C.) Robert ChrisUanl (British
Guiana C.C); Giendon Gibb*
(Malteones S.C.)
C. L. C. Bourne ex-Barbados
wicket-keeper batsman is man-
ager. (By Cable)
In The Caribbean
MlMBKHs OF Tilt: ri'BMClTY OOsfMaTTBE mat Mr Vletoj Von Ragan and discussed with
him subjects lit for publication in the proposed Tourist Guide for Barbados. In the picture are
seat, left to right attainting Mr. Bayca; U Col Keith Stewart; Mr. P. F. Campbell. Left to right
silting : Hon. V. C. Gale. M.L C; Mr Victor Von HagOU Niblock (chairman of the
Publicity Committee). Mr. Von Hiigcn BftsQ ll icrnporarily residing in Grenada, intends to
publish Guide Books of the Colonies of the EMttSfl Watt Indies.
SAFE
HONG KONG, Jan. 21.
Five members of .he stall of
Civil Air Transport, led by its
American operation chief, whoio
were believed earlier this week | "*_* J*
to have been captured by Com-
and with 56 aboard, sail- munlsts at MengUe, Southern Ho-
ld morning (20th) to com- nan, were reported safe In a cable
|fctr voyage to LaGuaira. to me company here- today.
(By Cable). Keuler.
Opening Of
Parliament
Postponed
NDOiW. Jan. SI,
King George V.
proclamation postponing the
opening of Parliament originally
fixed for January 24, to a dale
after February 3. whan the present
Paiiuiiiunt will be dissolved. This
means that in accordance with
Government pll
will not nu-et again before the
QexBsra] i;,u lion
The post-election re-a
fixed for March 1 and the itate
opening by the King for March 6.
Keutrr.
Soviet Troops
In Austria Pose
Threat To Tito
LONDON, Jan. 21
Tho Conservative 'Daily Tele-
only too
obvious" tha.' the Russians want
to remain In Austria "in order to
(From Our London Correspondent) oe able to go on maint,.iinnr:
i ONE reason why Britain was able to announce with' troops in neighbouring countries
Wdence last month that it could substantially reduce J1" "" ",0'
dollar oil imports, because British companies expect-d | V^noaugh; however. the Russians
on surplus, is now evident to observers. In a small ;.rc in pom ion to obatruct tho
P* of Arabia, called Kuwait, a British Oilfield is now conclusion of as Auatrl
'.000.000 tons a yearand the field has not vet indefinite! l'_c,an.no
\HE WORLD'S SECOND
BIGGEST OILFIELD
Gives Britain Surplus
Plane Will Make Bid To
Rescue Marooned Scientists
(Bv Renter's Special Correspondent)
ON BOARD THE JOHN BISCOE. Jan. 21.
Aviation fuel to feed aircraft destined shortly to make a
drarnatic Bid British scientists marooned in tru
Antarctic for more than two years was today being loaded
into the 1.200 ton British lelirf ship, John Biscoe.
United Nations
Never Less United
-TRYGVE LIE
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. II,
The United Nations today faced
tin- proapacl of trying to function
without Russia for at least a
month.
Of the nine UN bodies Russia
and the Soviet bloc countries
have led i : i3, pro*
testing the presence of Ml

tomk talks pave been
stopped by walkouts.
The others continue their work
apparently unhampered but with
the knowledge that Russia Will
rot coma;. ">n taken
in her absence as legal.
Trygve l,i^. UK Bacratary Gen-
that the UN is in a
nation than when tin
The John Biscoe arrived hert
(yesterday after waatheiio
violent storm sine1 leaving
(Port Stanky. iii tha Palh?ano
anaan <
I Here, in this advanced base to
the rescue of. the Uritish scientists.
stranded on icebound SUaungton
Island. 400 square miles further
south, she plans to spend raw
king up theaviat*
and other stores.
Then she will go on to Poi'i
Loctcro/, a British base in the
<>f Graham [*aj
If eunditions are suitable there,
aba will lx> joined by an Auster
ana of two aircraft i< -
vloualy landed here by the John

anea.
' i id rescue aircraft is an
mphlUoua Norseman, in whkfc I
Canadian bush pilot, yesterda;.
fU out to greet the John WK04
H-rdcn is destined to make th
bid to rescue lh
five of whom have lice
. icy outpost fo
i fully opened u
l>
{Africa Battles
Over Voting
*to Of Natives
CAPETOWN. Jan. 21 -
P Africa's Parliament mat lM Texas and produces about
the head of the Persian Qulf
quite near tiie town of Barr*
was producing only 2,000.000 tons
of crude oil two years ago. Now
it has eighty welU working and
has become the second blgiest
oiltield m the world.
The biggest field in the w rid
was discovered in 1930. ll
-:
under a cloud of dw-
orer vouiiB njhu r in.
t.~*" population H.I.I-
l7*f Prime
' ' Malan, National Part.
Jo finance Minutci
". leader of the Allu-,1
PmI- ha>,. ,
nrained ovei tho muc
"Mmcnt.My rcoraaanuuon
" Havcnga threatened
* *"" Malan propoaed.
U IMS Parliamentary
J nove coloured voter's
JJmUi and give them sep-
2fntatlon through thr.i
^ Parliament.
aSfiJo?" "'mber. o(
J2 Alrilunrr Party It
2, upport the Malan
'. giving it a wven vole
EfZ > "PP-ltlon led
Prime Minlaler Smuts.
"* over the imuo ot col-
.T,1"1"' majority, was
a uL*** ye,r lruce whm
ii2_aTel' p*1-
I"* ""> the rift has grown
! favoured repreMnta-
tto ^"Kr*u POPU^'inn in
I a. U "umbers. That
.2* Hven them four or
hfcVir,.. conlondcd that
K of Malan, Nation.
^ ""ve protetted the
' fcj^ " Nalonallst
J,,1" Trarutvaal. J. G
%fcSJ,L'eld >""'
i* 2eur^s.;u" p"rii>-
SrS!0,,Tnur*iv not
laiueicp..
lR.OOO.OOu tons a year.
but Increase the hatred an
.. a u .w ii- -. plclon in which they are already
t Held that lie, >l i|oW by a bu, ,,.
stooges," the newspaper declared
Saying that .he Kremlin will
now "not even name .. prifll !'
withdrawal" from ,\ustria> the
"Dally Telegraph" added: "It is
olffleuit to see what the western
Itowers can do about' Ihl
table >tate of allairs.
than that about the many other
Russian Infringements uf engage-
ments entering Into during and
The Kuwait field is situated I after the war.
ideally for access lo the Gull. It j Beater.
Is fifteen miles inland. The field I ________________
is owned jointly by Anglo-Irani.ni
and The Gulf Oil Corporation of
America, but it is operated by the
British Kuwait Oil Company. The
Managing Director of the British
is Mr. C. A. P. Southw.il.
who is to be the neat President
of the Institute cf Petroleum.
The Kuwait field is now bring-
ing over 3.000,000 a year in
lyalties to the State's ruler.
Sheikh Sir Ahamad al Jattl !
Subah. He Is devoting the money
to roads, hospitals, schools and
ater supplies. The Sheikh Is I
lirm friend of Britain.
Beilin blockade threatened to
war. He ha, no Imme- ':. tint of the reaeu
diate solution of the problem team is to fly out, first, thex- nvi
which, if Russia sticks to her d\
will be cleared up permit, me other six will he evae-
er.butUIci
only when Communist China ,,,penetrable another
seat In the UN.-Caa. Press. . attempted.
,____________ (Unite.-
'uili^iiu Can Spi'uk
To Barbudu
Virgins Ask"What About Us
Cabrera Revi.'ut-il
I (lilt -111 I III Ml M,l
Kiiiiiliii Plans
Diplomatic Sabotage
SAYS U.K. PAPER
ST. JOHNS. Antigua. HAVANA. Jan. 21.
ON Wednesday IRtl .1 mister "f Defence Segunc
table and Wireless extended their ('llrl1 nd Cn"' Army Ruiierto Cabreraf reviewed nuli-
Barhuda. Virgin Islander, resi- ;' and naval forces to-day in
dent here are clamouring to know Ssnl.ago de Cuba, and insperlcd
Imilar rommiuuealiiuui have military establishments l
LV* Late, red with Chiefs
uf the local military and naval
not been established between
Antigua and Tortola falftaj that
when enquiries were made a year
ago It was considered pi.
Virgin Islam liey are
MANCHESTER, Jan 21 too often omitted and treated as
Several recent diplomatic outsiders especially with so much
actions by Soviet Russia and In r talk about Closer Union.
Communist neighbours -seem lol'iad better communicallons 1
suggest that the Kremlin has de- would be relieved of dependence' Uig was not inspired by fear thi-t
elded to embark on a St. Thomas. a Dominican attack is possible,
paign of diplomatic sabotage.' the
diplomatic correspondent uf the
"Manchester Guardian" assented
Santiago residents are specula-
ling over the possibility that plans
were discussed for delei
a possible Dominican attack. While
nothing official was said on the
question, it is believed here that
(he Havana inspection and meet-
Burmese Indians
Hold Talks
RANGOON, Jan. 21. j
Burma's Foreign Minister. Ba>
Khun Khio, will open the con-
ference convened by the All-
Burma-India Congress here on
January 28. During the two days
session many problems affecting'
Indian nationals in Burma will
come up for discussion.
The celebrations in connection
with India becoming a Republic
coovnence on Jan.iary 25 when
th- Indian common i'^ will hold
separate sect'^,.: functic -a.
Prime MuiLier Vhakin lu wUI
leave for Colombo on January 26,
accompanied by his wife and
daughter. He reAims on February
4 Beater.
today.
"There appears lo be (our main
rbjectives behind this campaign."
the correspondent added;
"(1) The paralysis and break-
down of the United I
"(2) The creation of maximum
chaos in In.V-rnational rela-
Mao And Stalin Conclude
Russo-China Pact
HONG KONG, Jan. 21. night and western diplomat
Chinese Soviet treaty of servers mcrj. believed u
lions within the rank, of ,n(ndsh,p ,,J:. ,,.,, !uI1. f f,r-reachlng Russlan-
-' Moscow by Marshal Stalin m.l Chinese pact was Imminent)
he Chinese
WeakDefence
Against
Communism
Churchill
LONDON, Jan. 21
Wartime Premier. Winston
hun-hill. broadcasting to Britain
oiught. declared 'hat on the re-
ulls of the forthcoming General
;irriion depended Britain's future
lag nation and her abil-
ty to live decently without for-
eign charity.
Sr-Mrung lo an estimated .iudi-
akM <>! 2O.0OO.OO0 radio listener?
from the gtady oa his country
Kent, he launched the
irst thunderbolts in the Conser-
.
Tha ohaica before us is
battsai tu take another plunge
.mo Socialist regime!.'
D| effort, regain freedom,
nltiative aatd tipiKutumty of Brit-
aU.
I believe that on this decision
lepends not only our hlturi M
aatlaa In world thought
ptaa, but also our physi-
lo maintain our vast
x>pulatlon upon decent standards
without foreign I I
No Fear to Vole
After emphasising that no oqa
in Britain need fear to vote. :is
\>..!s secret and free.
Churchill said: "So* I
. nt .in all-powr-
wimii aw
thing and thus decides the daily
life of the individual through thr
Socialist State.
Socialism has been found In ;.ll
European countries, bound or
free, to have been the weakest
lafanea against Communism "
"In taking another lurch into
.it this Juncture ra
should be moving contrary to the
general trend nd tide of reviving
Kuropean Society.
"Still more should we be out
of harmony with the State*, and
Nations of the English-speaking
world, the British Dominions, and
the United Brgjaa
Only SwiuliM <.o. i
else, at this m
the head of the only Socialist
Government to be found any-
where in the whole
speaking world, the birthpUca
;ind the home of Parliament
. jr." "1 am nir
we act wisely, we can make
way through our dangers
wahave dona barora Hut if, with
poUtlcai thnughtlessncM or wrong
guidance. rtoui mis-
takes, md consume OW
,nd class
war, t niisequences ma)
UpOO us thr like Of Wfcfc
aavar "*' iunarad m -.i
"We are unable to earn our liv- I
ing and make our way Id the
world because we are not allow
ed to do so."
"The whole enterprise, coOUiv-
a of tin British
Nation is being increasingly
I paralysed by the wartm
tloni from ^hu-h all othai rm
peoples have shaken themselves
laar, bul sfhleh ara still Imposed
.ipon OW people m the name uf
i tical philoMtphv
and a largely obsolete mode of
'nought."
"Our Government is 11
one glorifying in controls for coo* ,
ike."
Abundant Food
Churchill declared. "CI
abundant food Is the foundation
of our strength. We need more
food at In
"We must also make long-term
arrangements inside the Empire
for mutual trade."
He asserted that, without Mar-
shall Aid, Britain would have
2,000,000 unemployed. He ada.u
"great difficulties He ahead whan
the consequences of devaluation
come home to us, and when
American Aid ends."
"It is not the llrst time we ban
been through a life and death,
struggle together."
"What will you do about all
these problems? Will you simply {
I lung down treasures of |
the past, and shrug your shoul-
ders at the perils of the future'.1
"If so, a terrible awakening lies
not so far ahead."
"Only a new surge of impulse
cm win us back the glorioas
ascendancy which we gain in the
struggle for right and nraadoni,
and for which our fom
nerved our baarti down the long
aisle of tlma Keuter.
Missouri Will Lead 44
Destroyers, 10 Submarines
NORFOLK, Virginia, Jan. ML
A BATTLESHIP und six aircraft carriers will lead lii'i
**^ American warships taking part in big inter-seryice
manoeuvre-."operation portrex"next month. Admiral
W. II. P. Blandv. Commander-in-t'hirf uf tin Atlantic I
announced here. Th= battleship will 'probably
* be the Missouri, now aground on
a Chesapeake Bay
rertrex Is a joint airborne
asaaalMea* train!ns exercise lr
the Army. Navy and Airforce. lo
be conducted in thr Caribbean In
February and Harah.
Three cruisers, *4 destroyers and
M amphibians and other type of
vessels will be In the Uw
force, and 10 submai:
the Delence Force. Some BO.000
men will take part-Renter,
U.K. Offers
Five Year
Contract
ST. KITTS. Jan. 21.
A statement issued by the Min-
tr) ol Food was released here
-esterday regarding the ivsult of
. iimi talions with the "Common-
.vealth countries on the future
ugar policy of his Majisty'*
Government in the United King-
dom.
The United Kingdom hoi of-
fered to (*!>mm<>mvoalth pro-
ducers a five year contract DOM
l53 making with the unaxpand
portion of the present guaran-
taa right years in all.
From 1953 onwards to 1957 the
United Kingdom has i
guaranteee a market in the Uni-
ted Kingdom at reasonably re-
V0 prices hxed annually
for a total of 1.550,000 tons of
which 1.100.000 tons has been al-
located to colonial sugars.
in the light ol laaormattou as
to increased costs submitted by
the producers a price per ton 12
per cent above the 1W9 price I .>
Ixh'ii uttered for the 1950 crop
and any reasonable further in-
crease of cost togethci
rvant factoi:
taken mto account in ii\i;ig tha
pr.cea to be paid in fm
McCarthy G His Daughter
South African
Wants Control
Over Press
..;. Jan 11.
The South African Government
Is to be asked to consider
Up a C
the I'm \ Van Rhyn.
NatBOnalsst Member for Bethle-
hem. H
I
'.
gested that investigation of (I)
ndan-
press combii
ips In the country
and their Influi
(I) possession or acquisition i>>
ill of control over
African newspapers. C3> Report-
'."in. and Con I
Hit newspapers, and
. i.iiitv rollinj
(Renter.)
'"rbaSai AdvorcU
n sss nitMii
l'OHT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 21.
Mr. Justice S. E. Gomes deliv-
ered considered judgment in tin
Supreme Court here this morn-
ing allowing Mr. Patrick Mictuul
McCarthy to retain the custody
of his daughter Mary Violet Mc-
Carthy in the international legai
h.ittlc with his wife Mi .. M< il.
McCarthy who had Su.tau Jahure
to finance her tnp to lVtnfdai.
to tight the oatn
Mr. l the leading counsel for .he
motawa arfalk Louai
K <-' appeared for the father.
lll\ Table i
l>ragu i^lUd lo lakr
Loyalty Oath
PRAGUE, J,i
It was officially announced
from Government sOUl
today that Roman Catholic pr< i
oeiow the rank ol llisnup had
been .called upon to takt
of loyalty to th<
ed by the church laws which
oaaaa mto effect on Novambac
first last year.
Reutri
Spanish CaWnt'l
Discuss H<4ulitui8
With u.s.
MADRID, Jan. 21.
Xfae S|).uiish CaUnat, under
dia-
relatloni bakWaan Spain and the
United -
today.
The Cabin) t,
morning and fur
afternoon, also discusseil I

Achcsons laM) r on 9p
ator Tom ConnaJiy, of tha Senate
with Argen-
tina and new manta
.hi; negotiatcxi svltta
indicated what

' Aeheson said
I
day night, that the (J
Stataa was raa

leaving each ( I I free
-

iReutrr.)
Don't tell your fricinN
They Wnlil p;t\ I oil. Tell
the "AilvtMnh'. ii will
pay you.
Tel. 3113.
Communist lead-
Mao Tse-
"(S) The complete sealing off of
the Communist from the
capitalist' world.
"(4) The intensification of tha Tung, according
war of nerves.*'Keuler. 1o a umitU
, i.le Chinese
ourea here to- i
TheTn
been under dis-
YiM Ml si read Use case
I THK ROYAL MAIL in
Monday's Evening Advo-
cate
I \ I KVIVHIV Ussl
aaataag Adveeale.
On his arrival
the Communist
Minister
said that Chair-
man Mao Tee-
Tung, who has
been in Moscow
a moith. had
summoned h I m
there to take
port in negotia-
tions for "the
TWO RIDERS KILLED
CHAM"tNIX,Jan. -i_
.tiers, both Pai
for thr Mariill Cup here to-da. Minister Chou Ei itiona between two great coun-_ ; |>aa bem appointed lo o
lumped Moscow to sign
the first turn on the run Reuter (Chou arrived in Moscow last Healer
Greeks Honour
St Paul
ATHENS, Jan. 21.
Greeks will celebrate in 15\
the I BOOth Aniversar.
arrival of Saint Paul in Greece..
An Executive Committee headed |
by Archbishop Speldoi |
Gangsters "Brain'' Name
Of Jewel Bandits
MARSEILLES. Jan. 21.
BiH Roner Senanedj, leader ol tha .;.ni)( which robbed tha
BcRum Khan of 200,000 worth ol Jattwaig, ivaj dOM to
death on a lonely mountuin side in Haiue 3s.VOI I
members of his antf told police her*.

!n-i* .it tha png aid m cording
lo police SOU It
r Heiny a;
at the same time at the sam>
I were today invesngaling
tha gangsters' statement that
Lindsay George Wal-
ed as a French Ain
British origin' i tl re.ii
"brain" ot the gang, though
Senanedj was It*
French Surete (Criminal In-
vestigation Departmenti
who planned yesterday s sudden
round-up of the gam.--
pectexl to inb l
today. He was arrested in Stras-
bourg.
Meanwhile police inten
their nation-wide hunt for Albart
Giaume. whu the K-mgstcrs todav
alleged "executed" Senantdj and
his mistress.
Further anqu
made at Aix-Lcs-Bains
Ranaa Ratny'i husband am.
The husband
told jjolice he had neither seen
.rd from nis i
nice August. tlteutar.)
Greece To
Hold First
Elections
IN 5 YEARS
ATHENS, Jan. 21
More than 50 political parties
and groups will appeal to the
Greek people going to the polls
on March 5 after five years of
Civil war.
This will be the first time since
MS the electorate will have had
a choice not only among individ-
ual candidates, but also among
parties with their programmes
The last elections, in March
1846, were fought un the issue
of the return of the late King
George, then still in exile The
Communists and Leftwingen
then boycotted the polls.
The parties, whkh contested/
were all for the King's coming
back as "a safe-guard against
the said evils of communism.''
The Royalist Parties. Populist
Conservative rightwing groups,

' this Issue is no longer at stake
Reuter.
NAMED AMBASSADOR
TO ARGENTINE
gasun
Mlnlata
ittar
. meeting vest.
I uler.


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(4) SAXAPHONE SOLO (Sinclair Jackman)
(3) MAGIC (Professor La Za Ha)
(6) YOU'RE SO UNDERSTANDABLE (Orchestra)
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(8) I CAN DREAM CAN'T I (Orchestra)
() THE DENNIS PETERS TRIO "Again" and
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(13) TROMBONE SOLO (Herbert Dowridge)
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(14) BLESS THIS HOUSE (Eddy Halls)
(15) BLAME IT ON THE SAMBA (Orchestra)
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SUNDAY. JAMary ^
JV1 rdColoti'il Secretary.
Antigua for six tveeka has goiie
lo British Honduras for a mont:
before reluming to Uie U..ited
Kingdom. Mr. P. D. Maedonali
recently appointed Colonial Secre-
tary of Antigua arrived on 18th
and has assumed bis duties.
Cafiib Callinq
Bahama. l_.
A""'
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Antiguans Want To See
Raison Conduct
MONDAY afternon Captain
Raison proposes to stage a _
military display and beating of the x [xte
Retreat on the Antigua Recreation Hunte.
Ground. Antiguans are eagerly Miss Monica Inniss. Miss Wend;
looking forward to the first innlss, Mr Pat Toppin and man;
appearance of the band since their others,
tuition by this popular pro- -B >
fcsainnal.
Enjoyed Theroaelves
AMONG the large crowd cn-
' joving themselves last mgnt
nt the Marine Hotel dance wer?.
Mr. and Mn. Bill Chandler, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Stanley Tryhane.
Mr Soupy" Baddley, Mr. s
.y Mayhew. Miss Joan Lewis.
Mr Pat Roach. Mr. J R. BdwarJs,
Mr and Mrs. K. D. Edwards, Miss
Hollowey. Mr. Geoffrey
Mr. John Fittwllliam.
Visiting His Father
r\NE ' ,h Passengers on the
Steel Bands \J TCA. night which arrived
ANTIGUA'S Recreation Ground, ypj^rday was Mr. John Mannln/.
was the scene of a tremendous a wei| known Barbadian who now
crowd last Wednesday evening ha, a farm in Buckinghamshire
with Steel Bands in attendance. and nas settled there with his
Hon. V C. Bird and other mem- wife and family. He is here on n
bers of the Union's Political vlsit to his father and expects Ul
Committee were present and told be here arout one month,
the people the results of the *
... raw a vmf i .
put hi? icon swrr
up to tut pin and
LOS
l&UT
designate ol tr n.
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A REMINDER to readers thai from Nairobi, ,7S
f\ Ihc second ami final part )I Administr ate, , "*f
Gosdamlth'. She Stoops to Con- High CommisiioBTSI
will be broadcast over the Jf"'"W his iB^ ,
. tonight from 8.311 Colonial Office, u" >
p.m.-9.30 pin. for Na^'Vs
The British Council will, as last eebruai I
Sunday, be open from 8.15 p.m. <
to enable anyone who cannot Grenada FU~
listen at home to enjoy the play rjpALl. hem *
Last Sunday a considerable num- | Kelslck of*1**
ber ot people availed themselves j ,,,,u ',,,R1 ' *"*_
of the opportunity and found the Administrate. r'i?lBe*
play very enjoyable and recepli->n ,ly College ot,-a""___
god. this week'on nXry
_ war Osmoni *S^*
50 Yeart To-morrow RAF. and 2'.
ON Monday. Mr. Harold Waile D.F.C He m*) fc^
the popular Overseer of the bombers and was a-*
St. Michael's Infirmary will have "< Channel t^,J^
reached his half-century. ?""'" ""itn to ,
Harry, as he is known to his ^W^5,Sf"I.I
Harry, as he is known to nis r\;X..A2' I
good friends is a genial and good- L ' "."'"'' Offce, .
natured fellow, and his attitude ,.,, ,,.d"' "''
towards the meek and lowly, as and .n^,,^"0"." at
recent sugar talks In London. This
also marked the occasion of the
Unions full control of Steel Bands.
The crowd was entertained with
their music.
r.is
H
Wu Here Last February
*R. KENNETH G. GLASS, of
-. t. i "a* . Vancouver B.C who arrived m
Glasjow In Antlfua hare yesterday by T.CA.. with his MCd in any circlei or elsewhere Grenada when!l','>
MS. GLASGOW flagship wife is President of Major A""- on this Globe. nen*B|
of the West Indies la ex- "urn Products Canada Ltd. He Mly ||e comiimi, 1o progress t"*i.
10 Bt Mirt,
- and shooting n.
, also to those of greater blessings given un rt,;, KJn'H
. Vancouver B. C. who arnvod in ufe is one that cannot be sur- ,,,,,* towSSLlfft
Knjoying Visit
MR. O R Bryant, an Executive staged among
of the Texas Oil Company entertainment,
of the U.S.A. wu an arrival on t
Friday evening by B.W I.A. from ryue Qn Monday
1 T*HE Barbados Polo Team, did
1 not return yesterday aa waa
pected in Antigua on February was here last February, when he and a, oe
h for six days before procwd- 1"1 " irrigation system to the wnl ^ s|i appiauded for the T^'""- wvittmm
,_- ... i-m-i Th. naninminw government He is here for dp- ^nnA ,nFi, hB , HnlnB tnr lhfl X netwt-en -
P-
holiday
their and also to see how the system
woiked. They are staying at Sam
Lords.
ing to Jamaica. The pantomime governmen
Babes in The Wood" will be proximately one month
Items for
good work he Is doing for the
parish and humanity on th<
whole.
Henry Joseph )$Z\
Many happy returns of the day "L1'. ^"^ m
kie ^,l..rf with Inno ltfo anri '^a9dy) Mary fc,-
business visit to that country. He
to him^ coupled with long life and 'f"^' ;?,ar>' BunJ.
happ,nett- **???5ty
To Take Up Appointment
T^R. Leonard R. Hutson, former-
Both Barbadinns
. >, re>u.n ,,---------\fR W G ST0"- D",",y
was accompanied by his wife and ^^ n Polo Club receiv- "A Commissioner of Income Tax
they are now here for a short " caWe (rom Mr Herbert Prltish Guiana, has been granted _
holiday which they are pending )Qow<||jn_ ,, ,ha, Col. Mlche- nine months' leave commencing ofR^ aUached to the Depart-
as guests at the Paradise Beach |m John MarJh Mark M^,ui from the date of his arrival in the mcnl 0, Agriculture, left the
club- ..... and himself would arrive on U.K. Consequently Mr. J. A. . Thursday night by the
Mr Bryant told Carlb yester- JJ ^ n nsv, had no iM Bourne. Senior Inspector of Taxes ;, a .. (yr An '
it they had visited some of ___.f .. , h^, i ^ nn. has been appointed to act as ._T_ ."_.: appointment '
ming. Surrey.
ly Government Veterinary
day lhat they had visited some
the other islands in the Caribbean
formauor. as to when Lee Deane - r" --r- ,
and Elliott Williams are to I a P^>ty Commus.onw of Income take
before, but this Is their first trip expected.
to itarbadoa and they are certain- '""" mM mm
ly enjoying It.
At English. Harbour
THREE stately pleasure yachts
have been anchored at Eng-
lish Harbour, Antigua for some
weeks. They all spent Christmas
there. "Galway Blarer" came
from Las Palmes under Com-
Wedneaday morning by -.he raander King H.N. accompanied h ^ ..[^d Roar,eV''
"Lady Rodney" and Is staying a- b, Mrs, K,ng Palmosa" under m0_rnmg__b_y ,^e ."a>'^".''J:,..
the Ocean View Hotel.
M
Ct'nival in _
CARNIVAL -.71
k Barbados J"V,
when the Y.M.PC,^!
headquarters lor f;
Quite a number otbaj
Tax, ,d Mr N. D. Oaborne. In- Veterinary Officer of the Leeward fi mostlriSlJ
specter of taxes as Senior Inspec- lalandl He was accompanied by The CarmvaJ1 oJL*
tor of Taxes. Mr. Bourne and Mrs. Hutson. chosen and aftirfr
Mr. Osborne are both Barbadians. erowned she will aw
On Holiday
Mil. Anthony de Cures of de
Caires Bros.. Georgetown,
lintish Guiana, la now in Bar-
for a holiday. He arrived
Students Return
Tye-ISS SUSAN BARNARD and
Off to Trinidad
"UMhe other .
WB. and Mrs. Henry lumer of CalypsoesVc; B.^*
England, left for Trinidad
Master M. Barnard, students 0y B.W.I A. recently after
attending school here, returned spending about three weeks in
from St. Vincent on Wednesday the island. They were staying at
the Ocean View Hotel. , ;,,ni. VIVa.
after ipending the Christmas Mr. Turner is travelling .super- Gerda Murray luL
an,
Uaedtogotorfia
\V0 should Ht
1 yrsttr*.,.
Fra
Gular
^encV..re,1?.0,:, brother of ?"T "^ "* *2SSj ^ y '^'^P"' *" **??
* %%'SL.%%& Lhn^^tn^KaSSS'SS Ihf '-J--wS2 L'" '" "ourncville, Bpg.and.
nd West Indies cricketer.
MR Frank Matlock. formerly
oft
Nicholson with Mrs. Nicholson and
their two sons.
Going To B.C.
Barnard, well known West Indian
turfite and Mrs. Barnard.
the Creole Petroleum Cor-
poration ot Caracas. Venezuela.
but now in retirement, arrived I "enceJ. Charles, medical officer
6EJ?fcS SiaJfU in St. Johns, Antigua, has accept-
ed a post as Malar lologist in
Lritish Guiana Dr. Charles has
holiday. He was accompanied b:
Mrs. Matlock and her sister Miss
Mercedes Mirabal and they are
staying at Battery Bay House. St
Lawrence Gap.
specialised in the disease and
was at one time in Grenada.
Hot And Cold
EAVING Canada at 10 beiow-
Canadian Tourists Here
MRS. Eva Simpson of St
Andrews, East and Montreal,
o| at oaroaaos ^ d M GraCe McKay
the temperature at abou 75 ^*"ToronU), -irrived here recently
for a holiday and arc staying at
ith the temperature at about
above, ia like being transported
from winter to summer, Mr. G. -j-
N IXihamel, General Supervisor the HasUngs Hotel,
of Group Sales, T.CA. told Carib
rvurtay. Paid Short Visit
Mr. Duhamel was an arrival by . j. A5hendorf. a dry goods
T CAy'f'vrday morning tor a JV1 mcrchan, 0, Havana, Cuba,
weeks holiday. He was accom- .___\ .WQ K dwia via
He Lid he did not know how a short visit to **''"*"'
the change of weather was going '" "aymg at the Hotel Royal.
'.. .itlevt their constltuUons. never- *
theless, they were very glad to Congrats
be here as they were enchanted -R E T branch, son ol
ZZttiS?l25}Z MV ,fM,, Branch o.^he
their return Bell Plantation who has bee"
li's firs. ImpreBion. of the "udy.nl law at the Middle Temple
.sland were very good and it "d was formerly a pupil of the
reminded him verv much of the Lodg' School, has passed in Con-
Ki.Bh.h country side from the stitutional Law and Legal His ol>
.eiuultural point f KOarj Bar Examinations
In some re- recently held in London.
spects that Barbados is so far __...-. trinNs! lo Mr
from Canada and the U.S. A Mr /-"ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Duhamel said, as the ilislanco *-' and Mrs. Cameron uvnug-
seems to discourage some of the stone on the birth of a twintwo
travellers. daughter. The event took place
He however thinks that with at their residence The Snuggery'.
Hi.- lUvelopnu-iit uf air iranspor- Lower Wesbury Road on Friday,
tation. Barbados wUI come withn January 20, which date was inci-
easy reach of the North American dentally, their wedding anniver-
contlnent and Barbadians can sary.
...k forward to busy tourist traffic Mother and babes are doing
in >ears to come. wall
\ CROSSWORD
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Guest Of Honour
vR. C. B. CLARKE, was guest HiadiUiI in MonutalB
ler her wba>
">l here itt^BM
High School. Shelti
nursing at the Bq,
TONIGHT TO Tl tSDAV NIGHT
AT 8.30
WANDA 1IENDH1X
MACDONALD CAREY
CLAUDE RAINS
in "SONG OF SUR.MiHi
A Dramatlr Story with a Thrilling
Musical Background
\VIm]i\I-,SI.AY AT 5 AND
S.M PM
Tilt KSDAY NIGHT At 8.30
GAIL RUSSELL
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
JOHN LUND
In -THE NIGHT HAS \
THOl'SAND EYES"
AHMI
2. In ine main i-*ii. tor covering tin*
twad ana Uoulaeni. (8>
o. Funny ibat a oi'.wr rnwci cau
De *o court-toua ui ladlM IT)
:u Utvkt noUe [fuui Ui uprams
inythical god. (4|
U Non-maUMlo oiament. In norax.
flu
11. Ta* tne roil or lret iscturf*. (4 1
H rue wild ones are generally owii
early. i4t
lj How you tnran young Aninonv.
tha mtio pig i7>
17 Attriouiaj. lo a writer oo douDt.
17)
II FW
about. (8(
i
2J Ki-irea-unent from the .alt*. '41
24. A aeer wlna iron, ahear laligue.
19)
Down
I Rat-line animal :nat brlnga Joint
uinHiiuitatlon to tha a.A i0j>
1 i:id;ii city or .niane aruaia. (8)
3. Tho vary pcrnon to break a Una.
IB)
*. Va- II a Bold -ablet. (71
& atoien no doubt, Iron* a Water-
loo uain. (4i
F. Alter thla bi poet meridian. (4)
to you. i7i
11 lu umu catching. 13)
18 Centre* acore for a change. 45)
18 The Navy may or may aot ra
Mlent out tney atwafu bava UUa
DR. C. B. CLARKE. WU guesi nospiu. in Monutali
of henour at a dinner held ai home to Trinidad fa-ta
the Canb Hotel in British Guiana, weeks holiday. She i
and given by Old Harnsoniona in panu-d by a Trlnid*J|
that Colonv, when he passed Swan who is altortafe
through theru recently. Dr. Clarke, there Slit' knowiS
himself a distinguished Old Har- and Dorothy Farnj*73
ig in London -
is at present here on holiday. Old
ntfjllt at the din-
ner were :
Mr. E. O. I'll*:'
Principal ol Que-.
M. Baefcli
coiiarn*-. di ram, \U Hora
turd Matter of Uuern > Cll.i
L. Bourne, HeUrad Gov. i
Mr. Havl
Mr Cameron Tudor.
tar of Queen'a College. Mr. C. H. Srowive,
IttSWnM. Mr- "- L Wafd
Judge, Mr Tnlma. Ptantei. Mi N. D
Otborne. Inaipecior uf Tera. and lion
John Carter. Ba.in.ter at Lew. who wu
the only GulaneM preietit.
:i. put]
Mr M. A.
ol Uuren

ho are at thair BeaBf
l-'ft Montral mli
when the unpn,
"w Mow an> Co
hn home in tail
Gerda was last ir. ft
and a half nan aj
<>
c>
On Business
MB, T II FULLER. Director
of Thomas Hubbu
Son Ltd.. of London. Kniihiii'i
arrived hero by Un I ":
from British Oulan.....i
mi 11 slaying at
Iha Haslings 11
Mr. Fuller is now on B Sou'll
Taat Indies busi-
ness tour in the Intan
Arm.
mm un
Second Vitit
flSS INEZ HOFAT an oc-
AnnuaJ Via)
IIERBOl I
'"treal anin
by tha Alcoa Tuck
annual visit aniuu
Windsor HoM
Mp
"* u
Comings and Ga
VJK. H. C. Bttttg;!]
of New York *
IVxas, left by B.W11
for Caracal, Veneadi
hack to the USA
Mr Bishop iirrnal
layi ago t.Tiii:.,t:
tlon for an oil coaoaai
in Harbados aa aaal
company, the Gulf CS
tion. a vrorld-wiat
with hcadqiiarteri it
He u as staying al 1st'
]. Kind or un jack iuea. 14)
id. the element has I'luUllnt.
content. 13)
tL UncooKed. (3)
Solaiioa ot NMardari putrle Acr.i:
1 Ted; and 7 *>o[i. Lac>. t*>in t
are*, lo tod 3 Dgeu. afeluddOM ll'
Ariihatm: 14 aj,*. 15 ui leaintl.,"
K: IS. Donr. 21 Urn >
w:, rids. I'i!u.|?w
IVal. eountaot of .iHtnaici. wag u HoM.
arrival on Wodrn'Miay by B.W.I.A.
from Trinidad for a holiday and y^FF lo Puerto Hto
ii|'.-; HOW. V/ i.;i:ei.ts. wbour
Miss Hofat paid her flnfl visit to Barbados was Dr.
tile making wno left yenliBj
-np thiounh the latei* I via Anapa'
nm lo be r.uk wiuithaial
Dinner For Sir Hubert
IHFAlt tint (iliins in
by the West India Club
in London, to give a
honour of Sir Hubert Ranee.
Governor -design ate of Trinidad.
At the moment, Sir Hubert Mad
Lady Ranee are still holidayinn I Antigua jastartB.
in the English countryside where and Mrs. B. Wets.*
they spent Chris) their by T.CA., and **
MR. G. C.
a Lumber
Montreal is hen
l. usineas visit, aad
the Marine Hotel.
INTHANSIT PASO
two
ing to
hlldren. They are expect- ai Antigua, they
ave (or Trinidad in March, nt the Millre*/ CK4I
i imii ii >i tAivni
Sie?: 9 It. by f%| U. and 1012 '< *>>' *
Also
I l\OI I I >l \l% HOI IS 6ft. wide
All very reaaoiuble in Price.
laiaMlahad
loan
I. IIIllllll!I ltd.
lacorpuratad
ing
10 it 11 Roebuck Street
CRVPTtHJlOTE-Here, how to work It:
AXTDLBAAXR
la i. 11 \ i, i i i ..
One latter aimply stands tor another. In this example A la use*
tor the three L'a. X tor the two O's. etc. Single letters, apoa-
trophlcj. the lenjth and formation of the words are all hlnta.1
Each day the code lettera are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
C LCZKCED-XPGCPJW JPWTD. PZHWM
CK TMOO: NPZ EMWPBDME HJN JC-
DHIO CK BTHZMI-BTHXMBFMHEM.
O^ajM A.VV 8CT 3K OR^HO^'^
.. retired Aviatkw^
DR. and Mrs vm
of Caracas, Vi
ed home by B.t*
alter spendinl
They were elajfag*
Hotal
Mr. John Ml O*
day by T.C.VW
utood that hem""
to Lamdon. His '
Barbados aaa
Sands
Mr. James -^
Kniiineer who o^
v.il irft >*Bt5_
and will oa ""m
a
If
Mrs. Housewife
Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you
We can supply - -
KEROSF.Nt: TABLE LAMPS (complete)
KELLY NO. 6 LAMPS (pressure type)
LANTrKNS
FALKS KEROSENE STOVES2, 3, It 4 burner
OVENSsincle and double
WOOD and COAL STOVESNot. , 7 and 8
BOX lP.HNS,-. 1" and 7V,"
I HIMM iS. Ill KVrKS and WICKS
?
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
THE WISE
SAYS-
See '*J
Fir*
Large PJ .
15 lor'"
While Ja| ,
,'iOc.. f '
White Sop"-*
Many other 1
tional Bargains
Thc> Wont Sta> Unf!


r JAM \RY tt. 1M>
SIVDAY ADVOCATE
tnpire "Gold Rush Takes
k3000 A Day
PACE THREE
Milton Shu I man writes
Why New Yorkers Run
the *-;
rtune* '<
lie Empire,
Ms ambitious plan to
. End's biggest cinemahas bei>un in
^jjular fashion.
STarst two dnvs ol ""' nd another pictureu
LZ than 21.000 peo- rl public verdict beco
", pUd for admisaton What or ihe opening produc-
w uuoH Conway). Tlua tion. which restores stage oer-
ttT Empif's Chrtotonaa tormanca. ,, tha Empire ate '3
record. >' "tlUny vears? How does it "mix in" with
o^. \ etore the war. Ihe turn programme?
i* "' X^\ Sv" W,J1' "f maJr ****
. el| over C3WW ' w venting the stage artists Irom
BnO of ",""-
J^Btul theatie aho* Car scm, flguIW_hlJ j^,, ovw..
run conunues at any- conli. a ^^ >nd
t,llme rate. Ihe on,, See if vou can
mL exhihiuis " .;.,, device: il isn't mirrors!
Nat Karson has come from New
Vorfci Hadio City to produce this
-and its successors.
Travelline Platform
He baa done well for a 1 egtn-
niiig; but needs to <:
a lirmer policy. MGM dislike Ihe
tana -but
"S,, polio-lhinking
.ftrfr ccou,"-, ,.
Tciaal the main credit lie
swniie gold-rush? The
, sho Uaal/, "hii
Sbwuws four limes a day
!,corap" "' 100
ud musicians? ""
^ ranyta hp
I Hiely due to llv
westhcr'
Cold :rie:i

Empire liom I8R4
""' ''" n fh
-'Ult a*a it*
r v in
-'.itm Ceita
and mu>.i.... - .,.., but t.ie
r=PJr G'.K'e ,TJ' n'r '"""' enteilaiiiment :s rather .,
Bank nh-potch.
a good Idea to stage a formed every tnck of motion Singers and comics seemed .1
r..ma ol Ihe Em- except to sit up and beg. little forlorn in the vasty Empire.
pire from 1884 to the present day. But no: aoreJa :he famous old Em-
Alter 23 Years
ft London represi
On the !K>th In bal- the genuine variety am
I'romer.adc. with its Ladfas
frankly staggered by Ihe let and some sprightly precision of I rather more
batr experiment's no- work, the idea worked out at- As June Forsyte and her archl- DBUghtUy cxciung than Mi Kar-
do not know thi helped by Qdorge teoi fiance Bosinnev in ihe For- son has imagined 11
Thev iH nave 10 wait Melachiino's orchestra, on .1 syle Saga: Jane! Heigh and Hob-
arf of the holiday period travelling platform which per- ert Young. Loa.on Expreas den-lee.
Moira Shearer In
Wonderland
b> EVELYN WKBBI R
Ed
I 1 pre-rirst-night cocktail
fin the famou- '
Am sbftrv h.t.
Rta Sadler s Wells Hallet
ytffr British export clothes
im given two uutllts) .
rapbers prom
=-."poie for the n
,hu* critic rush<
In* sfter ;lu'" "penlnR.
H rode to a party at the
^^ mansion, escorted, by
uc polio- so.uuu am1
fog sirens.
Wonderful
*xtt lawn undei
feey talked and
am danced till dawn,
never forget il
I Moim Sin.II'
laH Mm "Hit
|y seen parties like thai
IKtures '
thena new arty and
pie to meet r\n\ nittht.
nmes we havr h Haw excursions lo the top
Bnpir. State
aty filitttn:i
1* 1
It had- wonderful food,
makes us
l Hew York can you live
a."
reception-. .,
public library to gather-
Park- J.H:
|i have bci n
ffcave been vjttta to Long
country i.- n
to prael i
__Tne girls
BBbotTapn. :
Raced ici
oa trti! radio.
Bd the 20 ball*
wondi'r:-,
in admirer h
them
m dressers
BOey. "Enuui'::
themselve- ;
night before ihe per-
' the flowen and the
ft arrtvinK
Ing when
curtain falls.
1 !i up for dinnei now at
at Hotel, where
the company are
striving Most of
ready made then
own friends, and
R o to private
(I I n 11 e r pnrtlei
away from
Broadway be-
cause, say the
ballet elrls. "it is
Hkc livi:]..
fiiirground with
Bouquets
Tj"' do*ra flhtcnr
W IU. her tmiiquil |IU1.
" to the stork Club

The bouquets piled in M
nfl-roon .oiihnn thai .-he
ebr^ly.
Prlma u... . yon.

'''' "Ub r ,n ;or Moira.
I'eople have written (ro
over im- country -ayini; that they
- i-cally
1 as it looks 111 ihe colour

They an. ik-i 1
bluebells, and her hair is
blonde red.
. and
1
1 1 dancing win
"Just
niiuther bal'ei [|
"I'm aJ
rectlot.*', she hold
would like to act. but I did not
like nn tttott,1 I didn't
;i enough. Now l will not
hother tllm unl
Hostess
The publicity put out by Uu>
ballet companj paaro mention 4,Re,i
part In it. Just the same.
now helping the film men
publicise the pi)
For them she has made a oon-
ootpnnt on the pavement
in Broadway's famous Shubert-
alley.
Dressed in a black mi::, with
white orchid, she entertained 100
nan at a special lufl
'Bill paid by Mr. itauki.
"im here to work."
;u Ihrca) houi
tMng bnlkH :l not
want rtnf muscles. Sortu
there is a rehearsal too.
"Most of us don't do
log because we are mo
part of our salary home. And
there is no time."
n they leave New York
I hington next sreal
will be given a party b]
Consul-i;'Kr..l, S.: I
In Washintt'
Ambassador is already plan
.

"No one of the t'lls BJ
ongatfed frere yet," Bald i
:!i!i. ballet i
busy typing in one -;
dressing-rooms \
wouldn't be surprised if some-
I that happened soi-n
They' are all having such a
wonderful time. "But," she added
wisimlly. "Igom my
,ust a lot of work."
1.1*
"M ESV" VI All
HOB
EVERYBODY
By FRANK NEIU.
HOU.YWOOD, iBv Mail).
Bob Ho "tody. And
,s why he feels
$o great.
Old Ski-NVse. a romic tunied
r 'or the nonce, allow-
he is quite capable of
all in the looking-
glass and tiecidina when'he needs
., three hours of sack
"In other words." said raoid
I take good l
ten that
good "
\ inter oitched most
consistently at Bob is how does
motion pn>
ancea ill own?
ihe- md the
influx of people wherever
pperu to ba.
I>U F!ne
"My answer lo that one is sim-
i! he explained "1
know now : '"> J
never wearv of meeting people. I
rha more the merrier.
U- do have moments lo
I'm not
asjoM ihat 1 find
i prefer to be
d gals."
ol fun," he said.
Im your kicks
. Q and i" 'nP
. enuld 1 Bet sick or
lea at the rate

he has golf.
, up 1 know. Fresh
Loti of walking. If 1 have
*n get out of
.if It makes
'ir ,n one's

ha 'aid. "I
little bM of it
fou cant vrear
I question to .
're vou doing', kid*"
I.N.S.
"London theatre-goers need
have no inferiority complex as
far as Broadway is concerned."
%h1 dims. American
novels and copious newspaper re-
do not adequately pre-
pare the British visitor to New
York for the introductory impact
ol abundance, noise, impatience,
freruy. glitter and haste which
greets him as he spends his first
few days here.
Initially it seems as if every
citixen has been recently injected
with a vigorous shot of adrena-
lin, as if every automobile hooter
in creation has become vocal at
once, as if every conceivable lux-
ury is to be had for the grasping.
and as if every radio announcer
is about to pronounce Judgment
Day through the courtesy of his
own particular sponsors.
I week you discover the
superficiality of these early im-
pressions. .You soon realise that
this apparent communal hysteria
is not a way of life but a back-
ground of life. It quickly recedes
into a dull rumble which one can
easily shut out.
New Yorkers have to run so
fast because it takes them longer
than most other people to get to
the same place. The traffic Jams
around Broadway at theatre time
make Piccadilly Circus at live
o'clock look like Salisbury Plain
on a desolate night. It may take
anything up to half an hour to
travel less than a mile.
Keilex Action
The tooting of car hooters does
not mean the drivers expect any-
one to pay attention to them. It
is merely an automatic reflex ac-
tion every time a taxi-driver
applies his brakes.
The radio is as much a part of
American living us consciousness.
It is switched on with the alarm
clock and off with the bedroom
lamp. The NeV Yorker has de-
veloped mental blind hpots imper-
vious to advertising; which enable
bias to larry on his daily activi-
ties without being conscious of the
myriad wireless voices threatening
him with baldness, body odour,
old age, constipation and cigar-
ette hang-over.
Devaluation has mi.de him a
paupei. indeed.
paper coats 6d. a sandwich 4.>.
an average meal 1. a theatre
.inri the ironing
of a suit 9s.. he can just manage
to pay for his essential require-
ments and still look the bellboys
n the eye.
Niuht Lif>
Not only are the fascinating
and plentiful foods denied him.
but he will see nothing of New
York night life unless he has gen-
erous friends who do not expect
him to reeiproca**.
It is pleasant to be able to buy
a bottle of whisky by lifting a
telephone receiver, but the joy is
somewhat diminished b> the fart
that It will coat almost 3.
A modest night club will charge
you 5 for two if you eat little
and drink less, but if you want to
sit near the so-called celebrities
that dine at places like The Stork
Club or Twenty-One it will cost
the exchequer somewhere between
10 to 20.
London theatre-goers need have
no inferiority complex as far as
Broadway is concerned. WlastntJ
36 theatres are in action m Lon-
don, there are only 20 producing
plays and musicals in New York.
From what I have seen 1 ami]
say that the standard of pskyi
actors and direction U
.thlv UghOI n the West End than
If London is sensitive about the
fact that 25 per cent, of its thea-
tres! are occupied by American
plays, it ran take some consola-
tion in Ihe knowledge that Eng-
lish actors like A. E Matthew-.
Eiulyn Williams, Martita Hunt
Edna Best. Leslie Banks. Hex Hat
rlson, Joyce Redman and MsgUTlee

ing to Americans the 11 i
of the English stage.
New York too, is finding: 11
difficult to discover aufSeienl
domestic play writ nut
keep its theatre:
Produce i
ing and on am
Shaflesbury Avenue product with
potentialities ;n the \
New V> receive a
od oysters.
and '
more j
than i-
ed to the fact
that there U nothing te> drink |
during the ml
fizz.
To taerfti ana, Arthur I
Rank
.
fairly well reported

Tiller Girls and the Bl
square.
A h films
usually revolves around three pic-
tures only Hamlet. Red Shoes
and Q
i>een running la New York
most .:
t'f the
ish tilms.
Slightly Scratched

re recently tStci
place, amidst enthusiastic critical
cinemas which alone offer our

0 by the
hlch house
films, and tin
b heralds
them, it ii not

huge American lilm-itoing public


n
America! j
ily dn\t rink
1 to leani
from the BBC Watching tin

througt
their Itpt
i


make l*oi

t jh hsjvt
London I sitrr^s Harriet
Ida Lupino ;
Turns Producer]
Her first Independent venture.*]
a simple but well-told tear-H
jerker about an unnwi 2
mother, entitled Not Wanted- ^
was shown privately in thi W
End.
Miss Lupino made this film j
in BgUyWOod 0O bank loan. ;
plus nearly 40,000 of hen
savings.
She formed a company called
Emerald Productions, after her
mother, former London musical
comedy star. Conmc Emerald
By the time production was
finished with increasing finan*
cial difficulties she had no
money left to advertise or exploit
No Romance
For Elizabeth
llv JAMBS PADGn i
HOL1 VTWOOD (Bj
Elizabeth Taylor, w\ I win the utl<
it liMrtbreaker*1 .
a back seal u
movie star.
And, as for lassrriasjl
It
Las* fltaVl
Slur
THE Nai.:. LasJ Week's
Vera Ellen.
ISut the picture soon .uivei ti.-t il
itself, and it has now been offi-
cially listed in America as among
the 12 top box-office hits of the
summer.
Producer Ida has got her invest-
ment backwith dividends.
Outstanding feature of Not
Wanted, as I saw it to-day. is the
moving performance of 19-year-
old Sally Forrest, in the leading
Star Contract
Ida Lupino picked her, an
unknown actress, because she
resembled her own appearance
.rived in Holly- lwH1^fl/Kn|
As producer. Miss Lupino seems
to have done a Svengali get
Not only In looks, but in per-
sonasjly. gestures and dramatic
power, the new girl is uncannily
like the Ida Lupino of some 15
years ago.
As a result of this perform-
ance, Sally Forrest has been given
a star contract b> atatie OuM
w yn-Mayer.L..i\
"five years in the U;1.
Lix. with a *fcoit->i\ i
:ni ni to ana 'nan and
page romance with I promlnenl
told In-
ternationa I News aWvio
that she Is going to "watch mj
step" in the heart-throb depart-
ment "from here >'i out "
The blue-eyed, tliirk-i.
tress, who will 11
ary 27, declared:
"My career oomea iirst from
here on out. I know how the
Hollywood lodshlp wrltt
every occasional date around and
I'm going to watch my step.

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marriage, that won l Qf
1 don't want to tak>
marriaie until I
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I won't ask any man to b
time husband
The Mtn
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marriage. "Just 111 l
nonnal Itan .>
But he
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hair up in curler* yon can aWe youi-
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BOB of your own home !
t waving uok it only i| on.
Tawl m Ual U hwlr I
Tool wave any hair thai will take a
perm rocludlng grey or dyad hair
and Toni'i mud, gentle
tour, even chddren'i hiby-noe
baar ioto aoft, bcauttfal want and
curia I
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PACE FOUR
DAI \I.\IM
SUNDAV. JANUARY j.
ROY MARSHALL HITS Tommy Briggs-On Top
116 NO. IN 2ND TRIAL Qf pootbaU World
AN .. VE 116 not out was scored b] ro ,,,,.
lull, Wanderers opening bat yesterday, when he and (By PLTfcK un !".">
' Mr- J D -. . m- Althnush he
0ddrds XI in reply to Mr. B. A. V. iW XI score *.* ^ ^^^Ti, Khad
6/M

181 runs for no wickets.
vi lams
*-fHE news I Barbad
a* *' susL
'"""wrfn Barb*.*, who had on K On* *. -- J- *[
M-C.C dnring their torn of I
unanimous opinion that King.
ccnd over, Marshall hooKea the :"'"" "V "" , c7ii,rland est bv Pal Glover the former
le and took quick Mm^Urt aMn,t ^..UcHand $*"., Crlmsy
. ..!"'.' 5 *'??*%$?. !,, tZ, To- centre-forward, who on his re,.....
%
IK4R ""ings for Mr
MM
-e,u'on"cx,>l
s lftrring tr
Reccnl information from fist maiden.
to the tact thai King*! retool
that he had pullei a muscle a
IN Ha circumstances it has In
ahould take this opportun,'
the forthcoming
I tm of Ml opinion thai on Ua TrJnidi I C lrk aulhorltle,
have dc l
he had .....
lo lake pail in U
ment commencing hi
I ..m "
..1 King should
Toumament.
F. Aik

known. To--------------------.
. (ootball ment from the game h^d Ja>
it might not be out of place lo give my impre_,|
a probable starter lor over a PuWlc_ HouM^ln J^lymouTh d>rd of lhe three-year-olds ol the same year. Twji
Glover know that Grimsby were
run. iwuiuns connnuen to movr ^nirp-forward
hi, ball.-lo I..
awkwardly to the body. Atkinson
on the leg ...
second the England learn which will be -------------- -------- d
, R,o lor the World Cup looking tor hU wcmjw toWW
and In his 18th over Marshall ; .... !f, ,h^r> of nllveVthev S
him to lhe l ^^ ''n-- JUJtthe^sort^l player t^were
Mm score was fcr fe*. worth re-
then 288 lor the loss ol six wlek- calling, I
Mgc showe'l low players
signs ol keeping a length and had who has been placed .
Proverbs undecided many times .ransfer llsf bv hut club. Plvmouth had placed Brlgg,
about what to do wilh his rising Tommy was sull at school when the free transfer hat. He ui O"
bate, lhe war broke out He was no| green' he said. But I.think he
led in loolball and old not will make a great player if
After Atkinson was so badly piav l all until he was called look after him
, 1,'tor the Navy, where football the right way.'
brought on ill his place from the was introduced as port ol his Brim's Agreed
H
AV1NG taken stock of the two-year-olds we j
after. He got on the phone
; one of the Manager Charlie Spencer former
prings to mind Is: what a poor year it was?
Two horses only stood out as beinx of jtiy qu^u,
these turned out lo Ik- quite a good horse above!*.
This was of course Ocean Pearl. Looking atomy w
.9W. the ,Jj
Poking aroumj bl
year with which lo compare them, I find 1948, |h.-T 1
the post-war e.a Newcastle United and England folly and Adventuress, comes closest. In that
i the free centre-hadf. and told him
th.it
were the only ones worth mentioning, althou*
J tsWa nimil-ivitii emcUC Porrititiu llin-i.
I find the similarity ceases. Perhaps there was a
cert^J
similarity in the fact that both Ocean Pearl and W^ '
. not care for the mud, but in make, shape and style aTj*
and bring him along lwo fillies are vastly different.
., >. ..in
A CHANGE
IWOUIJ) have been the iii | '
had already established hi
1950 We: "<< would I
". ,
in Um

part in '
Barbados saw Prank King
i<*8 M C.C team lo Barbad -. ind
Barbados. Comp. ten,
. with youth, pe-
ri last year to fulfil an aopoint-
C'wealth Score
319 For 9 vs.
Governor's XI
UR, Jan. 21
The ( i Touring
i .. b I
!i the opening day of
match against a
strong Central Provini
not xi tMre, teorlni I
the matting
end to Marshall
Brat ball a br
on the off aide through to
laraM Wood.
Third CbbUuij Up
nail rilieved Mullins
and bo* Korman
i-nk a four in his second ball.
The 300 mark was reach. I
Proverba tall a victim I
ms nth ova.
the slips by Mul-
UDJ while nttempting to
lie scored a breezy 47. T. Hoed
regular training routl Spencer took note ofjQIomrt
Ha loi 1 centre-for- message and
Looking back at Ocean Pearl's performances U am
.. to sire her up on these I come to the conclusion -w,
d sho-tly afterwanls more of a sprinter than a middle distance runner q,
ward position without much of he came to Plymouth and asked in the first category I must place her among thebejj.
: was all about. Tommy if he would like to play sprinters ever produced in the South Caribbean n* J1
but he was fa;;t and he had a for Grimsby. Briggs agreed, an I pared with any such as Jetsam, Ligan and SeaweJlajj
good shot. shortly afterwards he was settleJ ( wouid not say she was as good as these ihrec, bm J
At the time of the Normandy In with the Lincolnshire clul> SDrinting performances struck me as better than'th^., I
landing m .nsferred to The Grimsby players quickly w fll| u lo now m *%
Plymouth as ana of tna crew of took a liking to Bnggs and such ana sc pJ!rr*'Q
ngbarfi Ha l eatabMahed tlrst-team men as of her sex at that age that m*tei uecan Pearl, n,r
.nJ in his Cairns and Kurz gave him all lhe fnslesl three-year-old lilly that we have yet i__ _
own words 'us.>d lo play fool all the advice ihey could. Tommy her above Pepper Wine? Al that age I must say jb, J
whenever he had a couple ol was a good listener and an apt she w,n io on to improve in the classic manner ol JT
spare.' pupil. It was not long before ne ^ an opcn question. '
Sconls U'ulrliini; had firmly established himsell in
lhe same over had a chanc- Plymouth Argylc scouts watch- the league side His confidence was Wnr. we come to look at Ocean Pearl over I
Ing him plav mr one of lhe Navy back and goal followed goal. ,n te 0 difTcrenl light Here she moves several m-1
gully. thai he had definite Last season he scored or, 28 ,e must te ^..^ ,n mlnd )na, llmbl ~
They recommended occasions and he has'already k ,sll,,.r lu.r ^ "
Both batsmen got easy runs a< him to Plymouth Manager. Jack bettered that performance this " ""' "W
the neld.ng continued to be slack Trosadem, lhe former West Han, year. In 25 league game, he has It was dry. On wet going, as sh. had I , her aj
/. ere many overthrow gen part In the hit lhe back ol Uie nel on 27 therefore put her down as im-icl> av. i-age creole gaatig
taken part ...
'd BUI skipper Go...... Cup Final It) 1923. occn.-n.ns lhe got eight of the Ural had been any hones ol the calibre ol Hall Mark. AII|sS
H Kinn Tr, . : Ilii^s on nine goals scored by Grimsby this al three) or William II, lhe ::..-,ml Mini,: in 1948.11
was] season) and in the Third Round ,,,, have been beaten in lhe Derby In Ok,
"" D the aeon was 330 runs tor demobilised in 1946. but some- F. A. Cup tie at Luton recently Glcneagle Pippin, Belledune Jetsam. I
Two runs later J Holt (W. ">',s E- Weekes bowl- hnw Tommy could not lulnll his he banged in lour past English horses ""V1*" ^ _
His shooting InteniaUonal goal-keeper Bernard turcaa. Atomic II. Gun Hill Ligan or The Gambte. (3
..." Frank ceded lour run, in his first 01 , ,,nd eoils S,reten. have had a chance come hard or soft Therefore ri*J
-;, added Marshall although ball ng WIH,,,| ot came_ Hc ben w The future looks bright for cannot be called ai lucky winner ol the Derby tbm mj
a lew misl..- ,a, r,is footbai| ,|i,s-s wen- Tommy Briggs. He is a great about her win such as there was aboul 1 hose ol Toajj,|
v i ket Alter two more wicket, WM H|Vl''' thty had begun, an i. favourite with his local crowd and lt mjght yet be said that she was fortunate in no! haratal
38 r'S'Soreho-.r,I,'.' "M" "' !'0"1.:,"t. himself quite rreditah.
I

Indies honours, that
i
Their
level from which the Wi
Johnson of Jamaica and ha>

teams.
! fiilen for the : i ^-v '""" en it the end of the season he has already established nims
placed him r) Al." . i>
un the ov.
In his 8, I,.
E. MllUngton ol Impir,
U, to took his first toe.
TIIK SECOND TBIAL
>LAY in tht
mg al tO
Mt mn

It is 1'
lay Marsh., i
an run out without scorinii.

w
\ i.-vivr Openini
Bmttl
I Innlngi for U I
ure of 98.00. XI.
Hi, after the runs I
i*xi for 68.
Keuter
\\ eatberhead W ins
The Spoon Shoofl
i Sydney
ilrupped from the England laan
S. A. Routs Australia
For 75 Runs
sSS*r-. -i?-:
i of Harrison I
broken openlr
a slow but stubborn innings, has 89 '
ID round.*
KM and 600 >.
log ioo. JZi M-1,,^
wind blew
\
l
rd \'< the bound-
,ir> In the tirst hall he
looked as if that normal luck, he stands a good yw a sick horse.
chance of making his own the That other one was none oil
Hut unknown to Briggs. being position which has been undecided am going to say will probably be laughed at by tbeB
list ever since Tommy Lawton was dad since the feeling then- is preponderantly that *n
Ally more so than any of our two-year-olds, and**.,
how they felt about that. But Suntone, in my opinM*,!
makings of one of the best three-year-old fillies that J
produced in Barbados and if she stands up it remura&i,r
is going to have the last laugh.
There Is no doubt that, if Ocean Pearl had poors]
Trinidad, then Suntone had an even poorer claw nmtn||
Australia, caught in"T" rain- in Barbados. I aay generally speaking tieeause me4oa;
afTected wicket, were dismissed Joint Command proved to be, 1 see no reason to rukH
for 75 by South Africa to-day. the than China Doll or Rosemary In fact he has won tna'
second day of the Third Test here. horse hcre who wenl to Trlnidad and beat both of Imb|
Pedro v dumber 3 if."".L^aSd """firsfinnTngs .. Lady Be,, who gave Ihree and llfleen poui*,
one. beat Heraldo Weiss of Ar- lead of 236. Rosemary and China Doll and beat them most oViim*!
gentine 61. 64 in the Men's Hugh Datield. the Natal off- to be noted that Battalion, who has finished behind Jok|
iis of the All- spinner, claimed 7 wickets for 23 Up here, was a winner in Trinidad last Christmas.
ird Court's Lawn Tennis runs.Renter. n( 0, thesc ruUs uttle Joints is not as commaptei
Championships here to-day.
Masip Again
DURBAN, Jan. 21.
lhe liulit was very poor.
Bight best
Till- MUM REGATTA
ihe 1350
...
hank, but at the 600. ....
ataran .

, through Mo. i
BROUGHT BOMB THE BACON
*TMU
1 1


he wor-
In the same round. Philipe
I Belgium beat Robert
i eh number two,
(i1.
Miss "Gussie" Moran, United
'ar. whose engagement
dropped him off
"

annou; v, reached
i the W with an 86. 60 victory over
British Int< Mis. Betty

lid S 9rori >ACtUjl>
m ag
n "i
4.;
N I
it
W Nl>
Jrrt^U. M
M .1 M Cv ..... ;
44 .: S'
coca ihi runs without loss.
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Faill of
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to-day i
Mm's Doubles: D. Oakley and
G. L 1 beat Beaccs
da (Poland) and V. N.
Murthi (India) 64. 79. 60;
Belgium) and
V. Cernik (Czechoslovakia) beat
Pedro b) and Heraldo
i) 64, 75.
Aiimrus Ittiuhlrv Miss J. Quer-
i Hoahing (Brit-
ain) beat Mrs. Mack (India) and
utina) 64,61;
.
1 -8. 82. '

A'kltMOn in 1 M in u D Qoddard a W
To .1 i' 1
1
Kneed Denfe Hilton and
make him out to be. He was certainly as good a a]
anything from the three-year-old ranks which 0aa fl
A'irf Smiles Wants Trinidad.
Remembering his grand effort in the Barbados Detj|
j^ Fisnt besl races thot he ron 'or lhe cniirc year<' '"*"'<*"
elusion that Suntone had a task just as difficult liniaja)
Kid Smiles, a lightweight of soy ut dispose of Joint Command as did Ocean Pearia,aj
rrnown is making a comeback. D0rbv lo dispose of China Doll, and, what is more.3 J
and 5 by unquestionable deci- Suntone returned for the nine furlongs and fourtaail
sions. Barbados course was therefore no fluke, but a plainhon
He is at present doing some of the true merit of the performance. Can n hone waiaj
strenuous road work and spar- ovor lhl3 distance in August be so inferior in l^eaaaaaf
;rBthS)''in1dah'',rea!hhol < "* ** 0-"! '"" .....> " "* |
w,lh any suilable opponent. Af- OM moro inl about ccan pcar, before 1 > H|
*&S2?i?j2ST&, ""- "' ' ha" ""'- "f^aii
Trinidad and tour other islands ahe had not, and my above remarks are based ooiaaa
I am reluctant to accept Ihis because her condllK|
me. Gone was the bloom of her early three-yeiM!* 1
I found it hard to believe that it was the same Ml? t
published in South Caribbean Racing Review, lalnl
dltlon too hard and rally for a filly who ran onlj oKj
June and December.
Before closing off this bri, ar 1M18
perhaps I should have said three horses slood out
He is at present under new man-
;,-,>,id!.
Ce8tac Knocks
Out Wilson
CHARLOTTE, N. Carolina, Jan. 21 _
Abel Cestac, weighing 220 lbs., quality instead of only two. This third was Iho nllj '
li.ah- Argentine heavyweight, knocked it is largely the (act that Ocean Pearl could toy with ar
I Sumant Misra out Bill Wilson. 217 lbs., in th. me , rak lhc lter among 1he be,, f our HmaW
__H II___1' Un Iklrsl ->.il n* 4air i.ihw a I J
third round of .heir ten rounds
Weis, (Argentina) an .test here. I no doubt that al three years Sailor I
(Spain) brat Miss D. Fonseika Cestac hit Wilson wilh a smash- filly and lhe fa, t ,hut during lhe v. ,i i- l,.""J
and F. Dalpathado (Ceylon) fl1, ing right to the chin early in the track record it. Port f Spuin is testimony lo Ihu. UT
' 0 round and Wilson pitched down track records are broken by :. Ihiee-year-lild ililf
Dalpathado rn his [ace. He struggled up u lhe horse must be of some qualiiv
..-ve, into the nine andI Cestac sent him inlo the But sprinling five is a far as Sailor's Fun r 1*1
-Final, going to the ropes where he slumped down III =u'i'"""i'"" ,.,.,*
I M I cker (India) a neutral corner and was counted ,0 ""> A" ,K'' *"* * "W '"dances, canna
and R. Rcyro (Philippines). out.Keuter.
Reuler.
Fun developeJBI
the words : even fair lo middling, but mediocre lo pa* j
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||, Waller l*ilkini>ion
^P!TE OF On" change
from U*
rig hisambu.i
[mich makir has meac i.imoui oirkoter, Tom:
|-a iaternalionat Ojure .
W his wtcrpr.sc er.rt Mortalg ,.,,;. torwi
Lovcreon.e obsla. lie flump,,,,
Lu in for r
E, trf then- These is utt:,. doubt that
",, bentai will retain his hish nlar-
'i)snm OSultvan. i.l: when .he next poll taken For
fiJil-jn bolder of the world apart from hi, qualm.,
*% this division, Manuel ,1 ..liter he ha, a sense of humour
0 T,t date arranncl s and jest for clowning which the
28. the venue Hnr- public enjoy. He could be a Hood
^^ Stadium, London. The mimic and stajtc entertainer
' med with the quick Another and even buser it.
Tjual of Solomons Ortlr, traction for Britain. hoxinK n-
^f^n mai.aK.-r. too* Ihe Ihuslasti .,,11 i*. s,,,,,,,,.
W with a IsHephi May or June
'California. lenti to City, London, of lh
upon "
" ?. '-T s-lvold "' '"
OC the European v.
' "" .'v"l!;1 "c.-iw,.,,,.,,.
pionship. The situation com
inu this title is prcub.-.i-
,w and II"
_j by cable
gran's manager. Bcnn>
^m meanwh
rill enjom'-nts foi ii
. excepi exhibit o
ronsdci i
|p contest too Impi
Lji. to his man.
d Punihini; Won The
Title
dlivan earned h tlinnce
^utlr flsht in December seeK and ain fairly wide
h. looa the United Km*- "2 ' match between Wood-
hantam weight champion- "" Savold as a I
_ in London after a lapse USI H>' had so labelled it with
!Snbv forcing 27-year-ol.l -PProval In both Britain and a
Gardner, a publican from section of the U.S. when two eol-
Konn of England, to retire '"'d men. Eizard Charles and
till III WAI \ -IIIOM, HIM) HI.OUIM1
.them mark during the llrst round
regatU of the 1950 saries, ,loon
i these loin ) ..vhts 1 the liv: mediate Class
1 the lloval II.. i .ipeninii
.n Carlisle Bay.
world I'ii.iiiiiu,,!, in,,
ProsiMi l.
When Joe Louis decided ,
tire an
his world crown 25 -..
rnnler Solomons was quick
I ead of the ninth round
poaching beat a crafty box-
Gardner bad a fltti
Id bealen live champions in
ntnsStan Rowan I Britain)
w, Lewis (Wales). Bunty
(ScotlandI. Jackie Paler-
Jersey Joe Waleolt were
do baltle for similar glorv
M of ihe Atlantic.
Charles won the Joe Louis ver-
sion of Uie champtansain
i nhnnced his reputation h.
victory over Gus I
Miami > and Van der Boi vich. The United Kim:
mi). In Ins first London i eption of ihe title tight had to
proved himself a master ......eferred throuuh the unfor-
lg technique, wily and tunate road accident In which
especially in counter blows Woodcock was mimed. Obviously
I looked O'Sullivan's ag- the only way in which world re-
eaeis and power. Uon ean be rained is for
lUiran belongs to one of Charles to meet the wintui i
get popular of Britain's the Woodcock-Savold
families, among them Solomons has two gre
that Bnire will win and that he
rill thus obtain let er I
universally aeknowlediv
tight in Bl
Both Woodcock end Set
ng rigidly u
"Resolute" Returns To
Score "B" Class Win
In Fine Style
got Ofl .,, I .

m Burke, The twe Lightning l>,
rim MMWIn ?min .
Oka* .itch up wilh her while Oajinet
.1 Burke, which gave the two Ughtning, he"ame
I The Reeri.tr amount of ,,/ ,,7^'
t the "..d of the flr-t
rmanea round
I "i In the -fci.Ts the Foils. Astra
1- Peen Van a , ', .
in the u' Cub the tndinr.
Dawn.
promoied
rkuch
from
has just been
| ......ioi "a"V SSSdta ZZ^ ,hD' ,CI.MV
lupins and thr Buxtons.
fa.tfp*t regrft wns tha'
V Lonsdalr Belt could no.
I by his father, who died
I and never saw his son
I a profpss-f-nal
ftm of SobimoiM' win.
vent a fin
re reganUng u ta Mriou i
H, when dynamic Freddie Stf?"": Bruco- for * ''^
will defend his l.ght heavs
KOI I1T1-
U.ir I loud t.
behind. Reitoluie was the
War cit.ud
Cyclliti Will
Ride .{.OOO
Miles
PARIS. len 20
tlon "I thr 3.IHHI
miles To;
oeune for
ind ,ini cs
on ih,. Pert Da

From Parts. I
ihrough Met;. Licoe.
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riieie will be i
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Liverpool
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Division 1
IN U.K. FOOTBALL
")N. Jan. 21
he teams leau.
Football Leagues had another baa
day aim Liverpool return
1 uv well siid frul-
beatliu lowly Binmnghan
1 Hiiro; who bad
ihe leaders! g0ili
average taih
Ihe home side with H
>me record
marked improvement.
Tottenham Hotspurs are too
head IB Division 11 to U-
enabled them to
lead to tenalve pom:- m Bk
Held Wednesday wh los'.
local Derby with Sheflield Una. i
In Division 111, however, thu
t>ing all wronn ,u,i
County while Tdmmj i-wi..n
still Of ulT-

uuc games and m
lead their atctaon bv nnh i
point.
It is not many week-
Nettl County -ix pointl in fi.
r.r thou Deereet rlvtli sen .
mng away from the oppositi
rhingk might have been an
worse for NotU today had not
M the seven teems immediate
i-ehind them also lost'
The exception was Torqu
whose fine away win gave the
second place to NotU County
Ml N'i'ilheiri
nuejtei whi
i eased wh
lowly H-li/a>
etttd U'lini
Denis Compton pi.,
I
i
prominent, showing much of h
Ltth. Arsenal could haw
itch bm'for it i
pa Um day*! beet victoi
Sunderland's and a hat huk
Davis helped towards oj
Derby'' rnott riu^i :
Reut.
JtM> Louis
Rejects
Challenge
21.
Io' :ed n
lurlee,
.
..iipioii
; don't

winnei i
Lee Sa
ltd that in his <>pm-
Itntr of
them
Ix'iiiv ttid | :o be
at the ringside for Ihe London
bout and would try and sign up
the winner for n maieh against
the International Boxing club.
The Yankee Stadium In New York
1Kb a
fight, he
Chert
Radio
: ve had
'
Tve lleked
BaiU
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Kriilri
JAN. 22 NO. 103
The Topic
of
Last Week
TUTS w**>fc wan one of tn.il-
Yn trUtla rvmnwir
THH HWI.V in -->
Tl-mta In ItntMti I
Tti# (lr day in Sorotwnlkri

camc in third 2 minutea 4 '-econd-*
Arthur Evi lyn steered the Dawn
1th .r SlViaWrlSBrtS
"alts lital
!' i ii'lii ml 7 5
Internal!, nham Ihu
.irtcrnooii euter.
lead
'l""" eond iio.-i- JohnHunte
Hon. I minute and kiyers
>floyra Blair was now 3^ |n
wes sailed by Mlrh.irl

|l:ls will lie at Hi,'
Suumm. London, on Janu-
Itlnd War Cloud. In thi- (,i,|,. ,.,,,,, ." ~k'""1
1"' .'" r'\!,.,nv-"1"
:hampiouship
aim. uf the United SUtea.
aw cst started his tiain-
oipaign after taking pail
parruig
him down. Those who
n the first round of an)
lag bout win gjat thn
ribiuon matches In varti ill f" " do it later.
Ithe country. When r saw Woodcocks man.
man ti be read) fi
man to be ntdy for any
kind nf punch from
' | IV0ld Wljl ;;.t
.-ill out for n quick deci-
sion and Um aim ki to get
Bruce also to spi
with nn Inunediate cha

Vuttraiian for (hi
emtly he looked him-: i|
can keep below the 13
mark because he
! par some time he i,a
doing light Iroinii
If
mil In Popiilurily foil
bbII only.
Kesulule Wins
l*l< leutj ni the.
I Bt oil to win
l> but' okapi came from
ahead of both
War (loud and Moyra Blalr to
War Cloud
fourth and Moyra
"lair d Into third
poaiUon, bind okapi.
Hammond Burke imered the '"""' ,hlrd-
Keawlule to victOTJ wluU- Uj| n- Tm. Sinbd
ils main boom while coming
Of Hocklcy Channel
KuiiihuH Triumph,
IllBbM
iif.. rni"1 "v,u"'- "loa Arthur
H.i Alastair Edgehill
forming the crew, carried off the
'D Class race by ) minutw. .Ill
Van rfcandrke
.Noe. vvbien enu ; minute ;
Mnd Vjh Thorndk^.
boxer in Britain can sui -
rtddie Mills in courage and
conced.iiii W......
Inctage in
it was not until .In
i^i^i^ElhDt plu<
in ii
His tight with Bruce world middle weight iiile. if he
tek in July was the lines tig it. he
ILondon during IfWii. Al- will become iho only |
at fa

nil United KIiik-
1
enod place
itabilltipfi. Ni'Xt m order Thi
^ geniur, Mi
Mtain'i Olympic hurdler. f
Woodcock. Frank Swift. nothei
d toallteepci who li;i
Stanley Mnrtensen, Eng- |ti
mainder of vere Vincent
Burke. Cyril stoute. Cecil Dear
'. : bail.
(aunel | nli ihe 'I"
Class race, beatinj Vacabond bi
Magwin. in mird
position, b banind
In thii *
.mm i Magwla i.1
Faata *. L4shuiin(s-
.....
remembered thai tha
.. their debut thi
lllfl the Seagull
i...um i irrled Penw knee
the wheel arfth Peter Patterson
llton Black mi
', .
KaafWta while Vaxaband
man.
_ iiul Olive Blossom
"''' ""' start- Th<- |>erformani-i
of bolh Rainbow and Van That.,-
dyke were not very good lasr yvar
t.ut they have begun tl
HankvlbalL
new clubs
9
tion tak-
furnish namoa and addrt-

soii in nn,- style. The Van
Tn*rttd>he Uo ^onio
Lng in this -
C* Class: 1. <;
hond. 8. Magwin
In.ernuOia;( "L.s-
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IT Cla.s. i;. knl r> 2 Van
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But the clever didactic verse
'''.: .,. Thirties ,n which he trough,
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irr circle*. The central The war, and the Ideological
h irr of this poem.' 'he author muddle it brought with It, was a
' '
If as for all the young writers
.-.Inch cs- , ioned by
the trend rf cuter event;, and dis-
the Idee of Marxism.
Trt liny Lewie, '.scnti..
mood**, this was
probably blessing -- he was
I to rrmrentmte on perfecting
and lU-vrlol
E Is which, apart
I <- in ins pre-
I poems, had been held m
abevance or relegated to the
hackgroui. I. 1 ich influ-
plMM
ay fir k of Thomiit
1 i ballads
"Boat Building at Flatford"By Constable.
John Constable-A Great Landscape
Painter
Our understanding of Consta-
iind to sonu
the evolution of h;s ait
mi i it Leette*i touehlnfl bio-
graphy, written a few years after
Only recently have we
come to realise that it presents u
II* llrm lUhl now know that he had a rugged J .i^S^L^TSStU^S p^oul a. well as by assiduuu
study of the great iandscapi
.MM l>U I '

1
I
Mho
fr
h orlgtaa). and he pro- coarse, suspicious side to his na-
( o admirable poems on ture, marc eheifl
Suffolk villager than the easy-
going gentleness ascribed to him
-.his is not* to suggest that be bv i^ife. The two men only be-
, m intimate when Constable
Li an elderly man; conset teot'v
the formative, most vital, yens ol
but as a member of tha HOI pntni tUrVf always n-
ocMwhat royateriou* Wa
-nil to think of lus career as be- VfrVor *( t| ;jVVt 'UMj
official i Ministry Kninnig ;.t about the elose of the imfarniiiar. une
- tlfna. l*..4 Im asta
hibitaole <

would irenuin
ami
I
ten ol country
in on
deep, neve, MBl
iui* thi
rSt* i..... >-'
ol Information. H a/rote a Napoleonic Wars but ho wo I
.iily grown-up when '
Donod
,i 17-6he was an almost an
. ,.,.... contemporary of the poet
: l
night of too
publkatia at
raow
% here i>
ftonal-e
poetry of rontcrnplatii.il rather
n ilun action, of emotion rather
than intellect (though the intellect
there, i it less ob-
"^",v?S itrurtiw) Th. was _
flotations, one when the Lyrical flaltods and
ii placeo
w.i.iv (ol whoaa lha pleturcaojUC; polite |
ClauiUam Meiti i>-'v Leerta ha-, the nobility, w.
Ion), lo speak .( rniddle-
* " ^""t'.rln ^""--"'''. w',h *
n mm laaak RKnromont In France
y
young men at her BUWl
ItJltflth ceiHiny CUM
tn an and ui Krai.
/idolpfie and the intense portraits
ol David itnalrj- rep la-1
;dcal of beauty Fragonard's jaun-
ty luxunousness; in England.
twist in the lane for a fallen leaf, pal
every break in the clouds for a study of
change in the weather. Constable pointers of the past who taught
belonged to that, at the time him to approacn Nature in a ""1 ptlnfiiig
barely, articulate class of farm- spirit of religious awe. He admir- W *
UwtS, technicians, indus- ed most of all Claude. Ruyad
who held that Nature *a_. and the two PouoOtDB, who Un-
i. used and investigated, posed order and dignity on the '
rather than rapturously admired, tangle of haphazard growth, ami exg
He was well fitted by birth the early Gainsborough who, be-
-bringing to be the pu'- fore success and skill BMi i
at Hrst movamonta of his bruafa
world, was i-ecord without
From his childhood in a miller's fuss without "bravura", the un-
cottage, from hi.s study of the complicated structure of a cart-
axparimonu, he wheel, a plough-:
at it WM fiuiih-ss to Ot- [| .:.ic lo conceive
tempt to convey the ppwaffAca hoU (; mdo/i iwaaping
without Hrst knowing tnt. Campagna or Poussin's mea-
! o they worked. When hi- paint' :>UIL,i anhitecture, and scrupu-
bjoI onl) Loofca Bke i,,u- attention ti> the- deti
urea but really seems to be grow- typical Suffolk scene, could com-
ing out of the ground, in the type bine to produce the no
rf soil best suited to it; and when .iindstapes in English paint'.ng.
he turns his attention to the an-
dont monolithic structures at
Stonehenn and a stormy sky h.
makes statements about then
which would be perfectly coni-
prehcnalble to author*!
COOOtOfOr ami weather.
thoee Bniahed 'landacapea tha
Constable regarded as mitablv
I or public exnio.tion.
account for his sketches which
we rate so highly and which ht
tired so affectionately. In
We must not regard this as a them we may occasion.i
meagre achievement, simply be- iin tH.-ho "f (iirtln or >
cauao iiaiuiahsin has mirv ()- i.',,/,-!!- m nervous accenta, In
COBM coiiununplace. U I ndfl of eolOUI nuiicating ma;;j
ble's day it required nothing less an^ ione. But it is d.it.culi to
In
ay he ma mouu "
and built up

rooi he bM
ti pay Um price
I
I by 1802. Al-
though Co
.:.
til 1815 'i
picture) Boj
i. nol mill

ity to membership of tl
amy. Ho kept himiell

p.iiHtiiiK .i portraits
ver popular landscapes). The
This may hch? to_ account tor circujnatencei ot his u
I lack of recognition all the
more dil!i- Ha hat
become engaged to a young
1811. uui certain mem-
bers of bee family wen
tile to the marriage till K
T i
ue and nobllitj
i i
,.,,.v,, ,- V* should be equally lustlfled in ,han geniu, to n^p Nature bare nnd , historical explanation
.... i'__ ain.iT Km i! i^iiiicInliU'i iui'1lll*i'<< in. _ ____ ____ i__ ------ i ___i_.
pictures
omethlng lo \
aLEE3E
' :
ttage Scene or "Land-
with thi Z land owners.
human reUUonanlp uhll, uyone I i
II.,vine angthwilh to roam: private only in
lopment as I poet the sense that it
, on the eluded, hemmed In by trees.
i reaa
i i
bulghl
birth of .i
tie same '

.ical gift which i
ti be the
meanwhile, facj ,. ,
'
the pseudonym M

Hh hUgn '!< Meeui
i. it


It is easy 1
buch Hi '
! the moel intelligent ana i I
\ Hoik- lor
t\ hT3 \9U) and The roellr
Image ( I'M ol mow

lo-ks..........
rich hi lortuoui paths and over-
bought! Inhabits i by a
few liny Rgures, iplaahed on to
Id or the bank of I river,
people with a job to do. depend-
ent for living on weather and the
Bow ol water, building boats.
opening and closing
Ing barges, as ncves-
landscapc as cattle.
lakers join
in hli character, which
him in himself
of frills. In any case, he was for lhem except by hu
saved from the triviality of his that Constable sat down in a
field, forgot all aboul pictures The yean mat lollow
and scribbled notes on what he RUU ol nnddk-age
anw. In his sketches on Brighton .so often a trough in DM
beach around Salisbury, in Ded- wen and most
ham Vale and on Hampstead
Heath, he steals a march on his-
tory by describing changes in
weather and temperature, the
hoisting of a mast, the passage
of a cloud, the breaking of a
wave on the shoresthose fleeting
moments that the painlcr muat
either ignore Of snatchIn
i Jhia part <>f Ihe
land it unless thev
had ipeni their youth then- and
light, nnd how
harpened, nplil
boat. It i- seldom
c^CO
% oiei.Vfl
! '" fact 1'iiiT mY %
Si us an ??
anH hi
QUil Of
, write, i
l i ui.ir r penon
nvited to si! Dack and ad-
productive. Ha WM -i man of
labits who on.-

:t.. For him a Inmtly aiui BODie
measure of sm.
delayed Thii la the i>enud oi
! "ay Wain and the LeapliUE
Huiv. and of recognition by
d intellectuals,
shoithaiul botfi rapid and legible, But it lasted all too short
vigorous and at the sari" wife died in t2fl
controlled, that ilnds no knie left, like ( gruntieo
.-i In landscape painting un- had
til lluiiciin set Up an eatal at the .ts com] Until his own
mouth of the Seine. death nine years later, he pro-
li would not. htfiyever, he aen- R.,.cs_no Iongcr sIccp? ,,,
uble to .peak of Constable Min Qn thc nV( f h(ink ^ unmhob|.
I
list bmhI la b
I i| resell nlsti i egarded
anwtcnes ns state-
. ">e f IVIIT i)l
HHWt stories, as it were, with the
whereas Con-table's sketches are
. more
Intimate, preparations (Oi I
ilette knife.
more disturbing to our troubled
epoch than his sparkling sketches.
Thcv show i :i option,
of compli- hard won> coul[l ,,-
him. in HadJelak < utla
( bnlean Nolr he
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Said b, ah iigiilerM cieauli. II any dilcJlr. n t it. A. S. BiKJi
P.O. BOX 403, B8IDfitI0i.il.
Al tha first sign of a cough,
snasia or sniffle, rub chest,
back and throat with double-
action Thermogene Mcdicited
Rub. This penetrative, vapour-
ising ointment will givo ipeedy
relief from Head Colds, Catarrh,
Bronchiel Congestion. Coughs
irvd Rheumatic Pains, and
enael them at tho start. You'll
lay Thermogene Medicated
Rub is a real blessing!
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the important short wt'ebandl
all long-distance sutious with J-* ^
otnly tested circuit and components are "P^j1* ,
for dependable service, while pot and Odeluy
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btre K rhr
Threw:.-. (M
mmfc.- The Ai
look Um '
K^Uy m have
arc io '
en I*" "
J^ter efforts m tfi* licld.
Tartan Cottons
fccnill,' will
^their Introauction
Jatry son),
nark tartu
[ ,. .at loo
salve to> '
c rvi it,
(men 3 and 10
^BBBJa and
feirci that can aland
with ',.,
I house,. '
"ceiling price nown
lU)
anal thai mil
a "dramatli
^U rayon. outlon-
ugli model '.i.i.ii.
mai ella
-Mur.-.i
pockeU
arcella.
r charm,
Tied town nn In"
V,
had Ihe doep
__ig to most women;
bad littmn top
straps with ine-armtd
IP
|aother had dainty
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACT SEVEN
Children's Corner
Rupert and the Caravan14
~$*kJmm "T mdinuu.
.J^* ""an "us, have .iokn
"eppo, he thinks. Th.nk ifaod.
Mas I kaiod hum. No- | muat uk
m,h~- Baa by bad luck he
o.erbaljucea a. he triu to set down
ram the two boaaa, and aa he
wwjaa over oa his hack, the little
"ooaKy boaoda , Hi. come
-..'-___________
'
tMCkl" breathes Rupert, elr.id ,o
ho e"P* troa. me .gam." Beppc
tumptii on. but not very (,. Hf
keeps ahead of the little our. tod
pau*ea here ind there, but refute.
"He's pUruaiiom*
with
In Time for the New Year!
BAD
ikt Man OBfH TRAY
' : I I (| I uii. 'liau
COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
Iteeei .'Oil till MG1IT 81-41
yU FAMILY Food Drink
be ciuithi.
ort of time
Rupert.
me. pini*
Straighten Out the Rabbits
ftimacb? by
CADBURYS
J^ pjJpfefteV^
bowed Km
. '.rimmed
i.ic braid and diagonal
fastening.
lyaway lup ,,..
mt ttnlfBI skirl. Aiiolliei LONDON TO CAPE TOWN
all, sunttsj (1N KIUIT
leceet, in uggei
.h^r^h^'o,: iZTJT ....... s,.Uidfro,
in bill, uml w'iu'li"" ..tot Ulos' wn ,u 10 change Vna" '" t>PO Town-barring
low cucvM nark..... iin. lUi*1 '"''"' .OPaXOI .. four sen crossingswill be told in
,..h ,...."!-_!: AU,U?f ,or- sevei.,1 ,w.,.,, . ., ,lk. OB Wedn.s-
m*t

ecklin< ....


B Hilled hemline. It ;< in fawn
Od whiti' check.

WM a neat tMlttar-MCk
AaoliMi ,u,:-
late coitoo wiin a star deugn.
My personal favourue rrom Um
lOttU-pP and black
Itfa white
........., nC-Pc ram. The ^lule hi
collar on it. and the ikil
unincnaciy (ull.

were: ruched cull on
be Ua which cuuici u. puUM
. down oil the shoulders (and
ftyftd there); lour sets ol mn-
**8ses1.c',,'1,e ink mg round a Inn,, winch did not
make it stand out too lullv
"'" "t . ^ .. bltmse' ski ^d ^orts in grey
Dark Cottons md white sir.ped cotton hair-
*hl,e, 'I' cord; pleated l^rtha collar (for
siotu, there were a change); and bows which led
imber of dark twisted cottons, on either W Of I wide hoi-h
and red spotted collar, but could
tt composed i .,-. (letached
".30 p.m.
the 25th inst.
beginnini; mi
- dr^imUC^nkiS aardC9,V'Ut
and umb -elln
.. very .'ull dn
sku;t).
Litorad hirt-
Ln Kn-t'ti and
f I walk by a bus W'tJ4* u01?1* ** **1 '"*"
driver ol Qreenock, Scotland from . "" " ^O1 particular
bout them and keeps each one
in a separate coop. One weaken!
ha left them in the charge of hia
abler and waa much chagrined
on his return to find them all In
the wrong coops. For Instance.
the bunnies In the lowe* right
hand square belong In the upper
left hand square and vice versa.
The problem is to put the rab-
hlts back In their correct order.
o that the numbers run consecu-
tively from one to eight in th*.
upper left hand square and from
nine to sixteen in the lower right
hand one. You move one rabb |
at a time. The onas in the lo,i
be con,;
equate mn ward, while Ihoae in ii .
square move to the nglit and
downward. Do not at any time
have two rabbits m the same
oop and do not move diagonally.
You can jump over a cm
are moving In the right
When you are through, the cen-
ter coop Is to he empty again.
This pu-zle can be solved Id
lew as forty-lux movea. Use
small pieces ol cardboard num-
bated 1 through ig i r,
lehsti moves.

I
-every hour
of the day
' I ktMIVat i BjiD
hnaai hfyoudoahl I
iidli i,,- ftJutmU mi ove* wish fMhmiM
Booquei ini. i, i .. i,, ii rill Ian your
in m 4, i.......othii Ah
i tii'\. nod subi if 'ii.iiiu in jam ' h>
1 kM i-i Um IUoi tlh the
Cragnuii
*
'Cd'tntfi tiotin't love
ann "
HIUDLlXUaUlL'S
WHY u a cat's tail like a long
journey?
if "i -" .n *nua waMsvv
HOW can a leopard easily
change its spots?
jJM,ou i
RKAIN TFASKK
FIVE automobiles were parked
bumper to bumper. How many
bumpers warn acAiaii> Um
mob other? Answer In
minute.
IllSia 4UB.M JU-..1
Caslimore Bouquet TALCUM P O W D f R COIC. TI.,iHOllVI.Mtt CO.
Select These Early
Your Cost of Living Bonut for
Monday Tuesday & Wednesday
ALLSOPPS Usually now
I.K.I.II liil!! "_2o 2:{
AI.I.SOPPS I.ACF.K 111 1.1!
Per Cnse XI.24 S5.IKI
CATTELLI
F.GC .NOODLE_______ 29 25
OUAKEK OATS 93 88
l-.irut- Pkts. with Chinuware
ALVA RASPBERRY JAM,
11-lb Tins .................. 53c.
S.A. MELON & GINGER JAM.
2-!b Tin ..................... 43c.
S.A. PINEAPPLE JAM. 2-tb Tin 5c.
S.A. APKICOT JAM, 2-Ih Tin.... S3c.
BEMA MOLASSES .............. 23c.
GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE 47c.
SILVER SHRED MARMALADE.. 47c.
CHIVER'S OLD ENGLISH MAR-
MALADE............. 47c.
CHIVER'S ORANGE MARMA-
LADE .................... 4Sc.
Iluiilf. HONEY ................. 3tc.
JACOBS SELECTED BISCUITS 2.00
JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS.. I.3>
PEAK FREAN'S PLAYBOX. l.W
Tins JACK STRAWS...........72
Tin. CARRS CHEESE CRISPS 1.04
Tins CRAWFORD'S CHEESE
STRAWS ................. 1.J2
Tins ROMARY'S PARMASTICKS .77
I lb Pkls. GLACE FRUITS.....M
I-lb Pkls. RYVYTA.............is
Tin. VIENNA SAUSAGES.....57
Tins GUAVAS .................59
Tins STRAWBERRIES.........S
Bots MORTON'S MIXED PICKLES .54
Meal l'i II.IIUIM in
PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF
VEAL
MUTTON
BEST AUSTRALIAN TURKEYS (12 to
16 lbs.) $1.00 per lb
HOME-MADE PORK SAUSAGES
Fresh Daily 50c. par lb

SKn LIQUEUR HUM
NOW! PROOF that brushing teeth
directly after eating With
CDLDMADE STORES
COLGATE
DENTAL CREAM
HELPS STOP
TOOTH DECAY!
Exhaustive Research by Eminent
Dtntal Authorities Proves How
Using Colgate Dental Cream Helps
Stop Tooth Decay Before it Starts I
VOU'.I,nt.,j
lii-i,it,., bnthwitl
Ufal l l|- atop tooth ,1,..,.
Panel bated oa bin lit
It) men kikI ......r, t|l(- moat
prOOl in ,!l I.
',,-,tli ,lc,.,\
a ,.i mmiii. nt ii.i,ti
aothbrili i, ,,i mi n and .....m
ulwa.v.
aMateJ 'h ,li,,
while nll'.lli. r ajroep I
1 roup lank]
Colgate'-u,hri,iI u.,. iteratingraata......i
in BUab
Thenthrr arr,.,,
tnuih hisher i,ite.
Modern raeeeiuli ibowi t,-,tii ...
catuwl l,v ii,iiii, .,.,. ,: ,| ir
woralutt,
after eaimw. ye
they can ham aeemrl, sag
trating M i ,, when
food pa^tkeaion,
NO OTHIM DaNTIFaiCI
I aaoos oa
TMasa aasuLTs
The Moil Conclusive Proof
In All Danllfrlca Research On Tooth Decay:
l'l I olgate'a now at your dealer I
sMmula uw.l in l he Teals. Colgal,
th,' neeiwaary incredientrt for effect!
dental oare. No riak of irritation t,, liam
gaaM And no cthaage in llavour. fnai.....
ileaiwingaetion.
No i laim i made that using Colgate'
ill tooth decay, or help cavities all
-lart.-d. Hut brushing :, .Ii ilinitl.i ,iit
i- ihe peeved my to help atop-tooth decay with
Jolgale Dental Cnam.
i Always use Colgate's* to
Clean Your Breath While You Clean Your Teeth
and HELP STOP.TOOTH DECAY!
fflrarllj allar aaltaf


pace F.ir.nt
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. JAXU.UtI ?J
BARBTOSj^AOyOClATE
FubiuM nt wa c. LM. n. " "n^slow,
Sunday January 22. 1830
A railed Front
THE aclion of the Tr; 1 iture
in calling on the Government to sponsor a
conference of del*
tures of the other colonies in the Caribbean
so that the West Indies can present a united
front in their reply to the United Kingdom
at the forthcoming sugar talks next month
is the first practical indication that the
West Indies have abandoned their narrow
individualistic approach and are reaching
out towards a federal policy.
From Jamaica in the north to British
Guiana in the South the colonies, with few
exceptions, dapand almost entirely on
sugar for their exportable crop. Failure to
get a remunerative price and a long tern
guarantee will put back the hands of the
clock in all these colonies where, for the
first tune in history, the worker was be-
ginning to enjoy a standard of living pre-
viously denied him.
The many social improvements initiated
since 1939 were only possible because of
increased prices for sugar and 'fcurity to
the industry during the war years.
Many of the recommendations of the
Commission are yet to be imple-
mented, and whether they will ever form
a part of the fabric of the social structure
of these colonies depends entirely on the
fate of sugar.
The- Sugar Association has laboured
valiantly in the cause of sugar but their
,i been crowned with success
lime that the Government threw their
v in this life or death
le for the very existence of
Indiana
i. be i (atul led n D0l<1-
II lor
II the path
i tony.
U> Ihe United K ngdom
hi between Capital and
Labour in the West Indus would be car-
. bom would look
n on any attempt by Capital
pi ices for sugar. It will
that the utterance of a
i ol the i- ambly
helped materially t hisopinion.
Hj'. Labour has nan the trap before it was
too late. Mr. Bustamante's common sense
approach to tin- matter baa had much to do
With the conversion of Labour in other
parts of the Caribbean. He has declared,
on more thin one occasion, that ha
favour of profile for the capitalists so long
as the worker gets a fair share. And judg-
ing from articles and letters in the Press,
and from statements made by politicians
and Trade Unionists throughout the area
unanimity on the question of sugar is
assured.
A United V. ill have 'ar bet-
ter chance ol obtaining a favourable agree-
ment even though the looming .lections
will be a severe handicap to objective eon-
sidcration ol the whole sugar tJIMMMI,
(row* lurpo*e*
ONLY by dote co-operation between the
Government and the Parochial Authorrttea
can there be any hope of progress. Dis-
agreements between Ihaea IWO bodies are
to be regretted. At the |" IMM moment
lln s- Mlchael'l Vestry and the Govtrc
mi'iil are at logger heaQM OVtl thfl method
adopted in giving relict to thfl pariah toners
Ol St. Michael who suffered in the floods of
August last.
At the last nonrUngol thfl Vflftf) ;' tottflf
from the Financial Secretary, fol warding a
voucher for $449.50 'or thfl relief ol ten
parishioners whose houses were damaged
on the night of August 31, touched oil the
spark for a wholesale condemnation of
Governmenl's methods in dealing with the
flood MitT. i
The Vestry claim that the churchwar-
den's committee, on Septcmbei '.'<. prs
sented claims totalling over $50,000 and
involving losses suffered by 555 families in
the parish. In reply the Kinancud Secre-
tary was directed on October 7 to inform
the Vestry that claims for persona! proper-
ty of those who are situated above high
water mark of the loodl would not be
kfalt fo| i.moderation. Furthermore the
Financial Secretary speeitieaih set out the
onlv conditions under which consideration
* given to claims,
ryone was satisfied that every
pcSSK should be done to '*"'" '
thTdemands of unscrupulous claimants any
unds collected or granted by Gov^
and that a careful examination of the claim
"t to wm an e-ential prerequteite bo-
nta could be made.
-V,.,.-,t1v there seems to have been
eemi
.ndence on th
another letter

^rri^^r^wasconside,!
, poblem and also the fact that the
,,Znt had taken ,t lor panted ha
,|,,v would assume the reap J '
disbursing money granted ' " "j"'*
houses which suffered damage in the
storm" of August 31. .
Thcv were naturally surprised to find
that according to the ruling o.;
ment. personal property must have |
riamaBed by llood water but elan.
damaS to houses would be met even i
The houses were remote Urn the Hooded
Ol the parish. And I
;|,a. claims by ow:.
not occupying their tuuses would.vM
be considered immediately did not help in I
improving relations between Vestry and ,
GNeithe1re'the Vestry nor the Government ,
are without blame in the matter. When
considering relief to persons whose houses
suffered damage, the Government have slj-
lv defined the state of the weather on |
August SI as a "storm"; but have preferred
to rely on "Hoods" when damage to person-
al property was involved.
The Vestrv, on the other hand, have been
inclined to ignore the differentiation, in the
two letters received from the Financial
Secretary and, allowing their pique to
over-rule their better judgment bayi
ruaed to carry out a duty which clearly Ufa
within their province.
Nothing is to be gained by continuing
the feud and all the differences could be
,,solved by an informal meeting be
: mittee of the Vestry and the Finan-
....." any Othei officUUl
purpoae by the Central C
The people of St Misha
in otbi i
I that it may take (hi
withheld indefinitely from the vici i
. >j ,m.' An amicable
ment between the Local Auts
ment would go a la
winds bringing about a final etuement m
ibunament ol
... and to those who lost
oeraonal property.
iiblirily Xeetled
THERE is no question that one of the
essentials for a thriving tourist tri
publicity. The tourists must knOT
locality of the place, and at I
outline "f Its attraction
to think of spending a \
thai*. And that publicity p ;
known not only by tourist reeorl but by
Airways Companies one of the leaders of
which has Stated thai for every doll
ponded on publicity the company gets a.
return of two hundred dollars.
With this as a guiding light Barbados
must decide at once whether
main unknown and with her light hidden
under a bushel or whether her charms are
to be known in circles where there are com-
paratively wealthy people anxious and
eager to winter abroad. For. however much
we may encourage the day tripper, SJ
aie not in a position to turn up our
at him, yet, it is from the well-to-do visitor.
who will spend three to four months in the
island, that Barbados stands to benefit to
a greater extent.
There are three types of tourists that
have to be catered for. The tourist hmi
type are attracted by advertisements in
newspapers and periodicals and by attrac-
tive folders displayed in the trtw I
etas. Then there is the busuv man or
woman who desires a holiday when
life and a generally gay tin
available. And, iinilly there i> the individ-
ual ufflotentiy well off and withou
iness ties who desires to escape the
ol the Northern winter The first and the
thud type will come to Barbados; the
second variety will seek amusement in
Havana.
It is the third type who. beioiini
annual visitor, will rent or purchase a
and si ill create lasting amp
: mastic servants and chauffeurs This
type will find in Barbados the atmosphere
that he requires and, with hll
hanced in value, he will be able to Uvt
luxuriously. Before we can entice him t
o me we must present him with I
Utlfl facts about the island and living
conditions here, and there tan be HO better
medium hare for such a task than a com-
prehensive hand book
Hal
SHt'tl laiMKPOWMSIKVKt
fO* **! motomists
Hurry!!
These are sellinc quickly - -
Ualoh Oil Stoves
2. 3 and 4 burner on SI
Sinale and Double Table Models.
I Coleman OIL STOVESSing, o^
BOX IRONS6',". 1" and 8"
sad atom
COAL POTS.
OIL LAMPS and LANTF.RNS
mUUNBUrt 4 HAVNfc-S t n.. l.Tu surca^
C.8 PITCHER & CO LTD
Phone.: 4472 & ISIfi
Sitting On The Fence gy J^6
Way
"Eniiuiring at an employ-
ment exchan for help with
mv housework. I was told,
a: Hie moment mo ol our
girls are irltiler sportlna in
.rland.'"
LHler lo ta Editor.
UP the steep mountain side, o^cr
Four cociney'voice, shout: "Give
Four happy servant girls, sluing
Maryf Arm. Harriet. Roste, and
In the Ions bar there are ice cold
| for poor little
round ^sain. u
Harriet, Rosie, and

Oh. Edu-ard. how could you
call if *ch a dreadful name?
I asked you a quouon, Amy.
How long?
Only a u-rcU, Edward.
Only a week. Already you are
<.n-uierably out of proportion.
Edward.
Why .ire vou doing this, Amy.
Bceaase I want to be like ihe
u-ornan in Uie odVCftlScmeHt '
loanl to quell men with mv /tonre.
And be Queen of Highgate, I
presume?
; BfeaanL
Anothar bottsU ol this ..na
you'll be queen o( n freak dreUB.
What man do you want to quell.
Only you. Edu-ard. I m getting
arid / know you
"Oe-er. wba* -1 smasher! He must
(If he's a dook, he might look
at a girl.)
quarts ol
champagne."

Amy. if nature has given you
of curves I must
bea>- it. I niu-t ftccspt my fate like
[a future all your corre-
spondence will b' opened by me
at 'he breakfast table,
-card.
Ycu may go to your room, Amy.
Yes. Edu-ard.
\. \l .sO 1 I'.irs
il we're "omc agaus, i
vou'll cop it.
I I. Tni Ihe waiter.' I
i i dntB "
Mar> Ann. Harriet, Rusie. and
Jane.
NOW all the funny men have
had their say about the next 50
I would you like to hear
the prophecies of one of the few
Inded columnists in the
country?
When atomic energy has ra-
il and put all the mln-
l at of work, the miners will
Back in Belgravia. back at the ** P* into new atomic plants to
MCK. "' D*1* make enouah energy to put every-
!;hton. mum^ body out of work,
No. I don't think.
., In Murrcn
0, Harriet. Bi
Among the last workers to do
anvthinf at all will be the agri-
cultural workers.
Um happy years roll by.
By BEACHCOMBER
,... proaueai i^un^a, wr>tai
a iruH, Wluctl WtMi IU Oi:.U.<
o sunn.- i'iiun.'.y dlttaeot IDBttU"
menl."
ibis question of who is play-
ing what is always cropping up
in undisciplined orchesnas. Or
tvownf, when the Swinuon Fhn-
Wtrt plajniUj *n Ver-
sailles, the lady at the harp goi
i /.ing lit. so the druaunai
leaned over and ran his drum-!
h nag Ins wires like a bo.,
playing on area railings. Wha
with the ineatUUl and the sudden
row from the harp, the conductor
failed to notice that two men
won struggling at the trombone',
m^uth; the second, a violirus.
r, shouted, "Let's have .
And every music-love,
knows the story of the gii
bo got her thumb caugh
botwoon the cymbals at Bayreui.
M
Dr. Rhubarb's Corner
Mabel writes: My yrandiuih.i
U HMfCmo Mmasl| ill with ujorry
about getting a liable (-
ment off lh ttMSkm. h thi,\
psychological'.'
Dr. Rhubarb replies: Tell him
W ou^li; to extend the franchise!
.0 borioB, and note whether the[
ramark mnoys him.
Turkish Delight
TO a rooant uutbtoo* "f C m-
.inoui non-delivery of
HERE
WE
ARt...
with the Best of
GROCERIES
CADBURYS BED LABEL DRINKING
CHOCOLATE .....................
AYLMERS ASPARAGUS SOUP.........
LIPTONS COFFEE .....................
< i.Xo t'UBES................. ..i.......
SAVOY CHOCOLATE MALTED.........
JACK STBAWS ........................
DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGES
(excellent quality) .................
HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE .......
SHBDLEYS MIXKD VEGETABLBS
I'OIIEBTSOJIS I.IMF. MARMALADE ,.,
SWEET MIXED PICKLES .............
HOLLOWAY'S DRY GIN ...............
QUEEN OLIVES .......................
COCKTAIL ONIONS...................
COCKTAIL CHERRIES.................
AUSTRALIAN PEACHES
AUSTRALIAN PEARS .................
AUSTRALIAN APRICOTS ..............
SOUTH AFRICAN GUAVAS ............
I..:
tin
;
COCKADE FINE RUM.
Slansfvlil Svittt A Co.. LH
5,
tOtton 1 can
will be milked by remote years ago. in
idd my own. Alanyi
mall Turkish!
Jiufii ofi IliUliUatV
\
published in
tury Bx|
Is only women with beautiful
..ho can be queen the hearts ol men. and in-
vites them to tiy. Ul Ihe pn-

il which Will put on
Bvaantg in the HkfhtsH irawasc-
room l' MJwotd and Amy. 1906.
the children to
rpeak to you
Ycj. d i.' a r d. Kun iilonu,
Kmily Grace. Gerirude,
William. Nun alonfl. Say good'
uight to pajya.
ight, papa. Oood-nlfht,
tood-ntght, papa. Good-
night, mama.
That's rnouah. Good-night.
Ye. Edu-anC
Amy, I had OCCaskS
your boudoir this evening.
My boudoir. Cdu-ord?
Itlng my light to
Air boudoir, \
Edward,
On jova ihi'sing-room table I
found this bottle and an adver-
tlsetnenu
1
Ofi. tdu'ard. V" ihutitdn't
S'umldii't. Amy.
I rMnns even a
hii>hund
How h>: been In-
dulging in this unnatural practice?
ropa sown and reaped
by atom-driven machines guided
by i.idit.
' people working will be
I'lrvumTi eon i
Their job will l>e to prevent the
i .
mad, though it Is possible they
II make the masses madder
town. I tried to buy a ttamp.
All 1 could do was lo hold uul
ate iii...- nteu
to kli on the
of it. The olllnal j;i 10
u>ok the otter. I triad to inform
dumb show thai it was
to hun. He then
a stamp, but Kept ih>
than ever and end up by going > ll ",aae moUon8 r novm,,
ttvss, iiuiiiim: to ittek the stamp on.
ok it back and raUirnoa
ivory block '"> SOOey. I shouted angrily,
of communal flats, life size, and he gave me back the letter.
in three dimensions and natural but without the stamp. 1
colours, looking as terrible as thumped the letter and roared
Club. 'or a stamp in English and
Britain will have the llrst wo- FrciKh, and he took back the
man Prime Minister, followed form. Finally I got the letter but
shortly afterwards by an all -wo* no stamp, so I tore the letter up
man Cabinet. Later on there will and llung it on the floor. Whci
be i*n all-woman Parliament. I left he was still grinning.
i' of man
will follow In practically no time.
All wages earned by men will be
paid to then wives, in the case
enter of widowers, the money will be
Without Comment
Mr. George Bernard Shaw
would say nothing at his 'ioi
last night about the offer from .
small German town to name Um

female rela- Honorary Till Eulenspicocl.
\\ hat's on Today
( liui.h Services at S, 9 and
11 a.m.
Cricket Trial Game at Kcn-
-.iiitiuii at I in pin.
-Miiul.o School at 3, 3.30 and
4 p.m.
t hurra Service* at ^ p.m.
> an li men a thing.
"ill be allowed in ..nv
bar. hotel, or place of entertain-
ment unless accompanied bv a
ht will take him home
K hen she thinks fit.
Looking further ahead, Britain
will have the first dog M.P.
The doggie will be so popular
man's House of Com-
mons that they will soon make
him Prime Minister. Then there
will be an all-doggie Cabinet, fol-
lowed by an all-doggie Parlia-
ment.
THE LAST HUMAN M.P.: May
i Prime Minister
00 i Mssing the
lamnl dog biscuits and
making the best food a priority
for dOJB?
THE PRIME MINISTER: Wow-
Wow-wow.
fCries of Wotc-uow, Wou--
troir.)
noi .
kind of gallan-
try. Instead, invite her out and
Daily Paper.
put your case frankly. She will
say 'yes' or 'no' with equal
.^.s "Italian's advice to
risitino Italians on how to ap-
proach English girls.
SO you no lika me, ha?
Well ye*, and no. sort of.
You lika me, yes, you lika me
no?
Well. 1 sort of do and yet 1 sort
of don't
You don't lika me, you do lika
me. Do you lika da supper wiz
me? 1 stafj
Well. eclually no, thenk*
awfully.
You lika da supper, no. You
tanks awfully for nozzings. You
never care for me at all, not for
tune?
Bobsally, I couldn't care leu
What is da matter win me? Am
I oogly? Am 1 rude? Am I terri-
ble? Do I stinka?
To be absolutely frank, you !,
Ectually?
Eclually.
Londt,.. impress Service
NOTICE
DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE LINQI
"MAURETANIA" ON SATl'HDAY Mil
OUR DRY GOOD DEPARTMENT WILLS
CLOSED ON
Thursday 20lli > .:(*
.mil ii|>, il oil
Saturday 28lh u>ill3JSf1
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS All
ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY SHOPPING
ACCORDINGLY.
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
tf'SSSWHWV.
.::;".-,". -.v.-.-.V/V//*1
Ol II III \III IIS Ml
Tilt- Publio- An Iulilliil To Sviii|ialliv

i
for an
chalfci
.
apologizes for lbs
the
Company now finds itself, and
the closing i own he
slates "we can only cim.
sympathetic understonoin.
Public in I
arisei.
cotnpli
is astounding to say the least.
The Public arc t'
titled to the .ympati and the
cause of Uw dluli was cer-
opsra-
ting a
health arul Ifara o(
more than 200,00a individuals has
light to operate its system
without a Urge enough surplus of
t to take
care of any emergei.. othai than
kos and devastating fires
or flCHxts Mr B
ng nnK.it
o time but not now
. i .
oquiptntno.
i
secured In Cana.i
.
in England. cxcti>t 1
I wonder U Mr 0B)
thought of telephoning M
to England fo- a new crankshalt
and other necessary psirl
U Mi Smith has
tried to buy or lease in Canada or
i States new
Company
. tterUls ol
less he has bott,
gives to the public in his letter.
to have no regard wnott
. .
of the users of his product for



dends lo hi I sbouid
why UM
in Ba baaV
the continuance of th

ity on tin
oropanj to
give good service at reasonable
rates or else to force the sale off
DM prop, -ts which
would perform as electric util-
ities elsewhere are required to
I am sorry, M. \ -
In spite (i .;" 1 sh.-ll

A. ST. JAMES REs
Jan. 10, 1949.
U gad Initiuii Sufiiir
ate.

ing in tb I January
II
try of Food:
iirtcnt in Jamaic.i

i nerrt 1
i
for all colonial sugar
estimated lo be produced in
man has sir ven mom
lor colonial b.
oninl Secretary has i

proposals.
Editor's Neto The -Advocate"
understands that the crankshaft
is ready for shij
Wi
d uravd

ng formula is quite
able as a I
basis of
Migar-producing colonies arc
seeking, therefore, is a 10 year
I iT.0 to purchase
i of our expanding* pro-
f sugar at a reasonable
price based on local condlt.oM,
to that we can look ahead, ex-
pand production, and provide
wages for our
roaslng populations;
that COlon
standards maylo use I
* mn undertaking given
inment ns
us August 10 b
"maintained and imp!..
In August last it cou'd truly
be said that H M. Qoi
koinnon of boih potttteaJ
parties in the House
mons, had accepted "hi
. -
bv fair
oevarea as boS>^
hrr erosMononnnj depressed col-
lemocroitk way of
make headway against
paganda of Com-
munism. But now, a few months
later. Ihe Ministry of Food ha:
Offend UsS British coonies u
contract for considerably less
sugar than they are alread.
cxpoating; the balance production, over tad above con-
.."iitities. must take i-
chance of the vagaries of a world
i'i ice. In addition. ,
n producUon quota is t.
be imposed upon the colonies
with a view to preserving a por-
tion of the United Kingdom sugar
market for the foreigner thova-
by depriving the rapid I.
population of the BriVrh West
Indies of potential avenues o(
employment. The official com-
munique of August 10 recognized
that the sugar crop was vital to
the welfare of the inhabitant*
of ihe British Ww ladies. Gen-
erous and farsightod arrange-
menu should therefore be made
*ul implement this ron-
A policy dictated h%
?^MSign'f1 >elf:*nemt would
doubtless bring cheer to Moscow
responding setback to
Br Ush presuge among tens of
millions of Colonial subjects"
MEN
WHO
PREFER
SUGAR WORKER.
BEST QUALIT*
RUM
insist on-*"
GODDARD'S "8l


SCXPAY. JANUARY 22.
1930
LOCAL NEWS
Little Rain Retards
The Cane Crop
n,f drv weather of November mid i
affected' the growth of the sugar cane crop
nirector of Agriculture.
Iilir.s i"> rainfall returns re- avoid another shortage of planl-
CrtI from 3; nal.
*1Sna;,- average total rainfall Irec crop*. Breadfruit, guaves,
"iTofTir.ixT was 3.48 i-.ches. golden apples ana Lammas wet"
i.di.iB "sure for 1911; tba market.
.lies, and the aver..,. iruils were also available 11
ruecemfr lor the pas: one ..mailer quantities.
L&t years was 4^76 ; Inches. Pests and Diseases. Satisfactory
r to* highest total fall for De-
iJSL l4 was a I- trolling pests and diseases n
TZjrf at a station in UK 1C1U1
jc, -Thomas, and the lowest wai
siND.AY advocate
Thomas, and the loa few eompl...
gTlnche) recorded at a station caved during rna month,
parish of St. James. l'casaiit __ Livestock.
tfSl
psrs
ta lbP - ' -. nimiwo
animal Iced as well M green i.u-
,,.---------- ,ifr was in good supply thn.u,*!.-
,1 ,v rtiaai * Mtia OU' lne month,
KTSSiUon. which pre- * * "Uin and fl
JJT during November ana l? flrdcns m 1J'
^^StooS inv p. sssr man*ircos mre ,op-
,10 m reaching maturity "CEikta. ,, ,
t^Mdv and ewery effort should Z,"0*- Un,R"
Kde to harvest u expedl- f the Colonial Developp
fcj"1 *^ mlfere Scheme, furl
t -upplving of the newly * given to pc.i... .
diied'.-rej. *M begun dunlin ,ne """all;,!. f
Slitter part of the month: *er- equipment. Cultivator., .
*-i was fairlv good, except slsIed W1,n Kal/.ini-.M pipe and
storage tanks \,
uEsiarance wltn .h? InitalUUon ,,f
ctber hrigat'on untti
consideration.
The Agriculture.1 Statine
Ruinfall at Una Stations was ns
irtr- Toui fen TV- *--
Drr. 1MB: Yw. iw yc
ffOatJOn new .. 0......-,..
certain areas where sweet po-
lices were growing In fields up
IP a Utc date.
food Crops. A number of fields
t yams and sweet potatoes were
invested during the month and
Ddds were satisfactory in the
uajonty of dislrl
1 Cotton picking was eon- T,. j ^i^Tkm'ti
U^ aunng the month; variable sayn Couri icti ch. 2 *> *t S
Uds are being obtained. At- Oww ...<- 3M 63 li Wfil
rage niinfnil at the lix
Station! for IMS was, therefore.
57.25 inches or approximately
: ar cent, less Hun that
for 1948.
Crop Husbandry. Routine oper-
OUt at all
PARISH
ROUND-UP
'Pacific Stai^ Brings]
250 Tons Cargo
PAGE NINE
S.S. "PanAc Star1, consign....
-t Michael, Teachers nt Erdis. ,0 "*" Ro ert Th. ;
m. -1.1,'h ends durmg Apnl. ^IU^'ab^' 2S0 ' of ""
nd the same '*,. a 8 m UvrPc"l "
.i..-. Barbados.

af women
Courses.
are taking
Four Sec-
Biscuits, ovaltine. macaroni,
'pagneui. cu rants, cunfecuon-
------- ,,._^, ri.ue oce-
unerj are ,lso included. -T15 n cunlectlon-
froni Combermera and l21' **"n* Sum. stout, ciga-
ndffi. ii.fl n& ..-k ____r>. rattas. suitina nntnt pirlh*noiiM
rettes. suiting, paint, earthenware.
sto\Ts and sugar machinery were
among this vessel's cargo.
The Pacific Star" is one of th,
Blue Star freighters. Its local
agents are Messrs. Robert Thorn
Ltd.
...an lomoermere anc
ne and one each from St
Michael's Girls' School and
Queens' College.
The number of Dry Goods
In the City are increasing
monthly. Two new stores now
led In Lucas Street one
the Stanway Store and the other___________________
'he Bomlnv House, which was
'",' rn-ed^ SfcouMSuppgyo/Canadian
r^^oteUf'SS fc"***- 8" Slopped?
"' swan Street. LONDON Jan 21
.^L'!! Poo,ba11 S"**" just The British NawVpr.nl Supp,
jg?S ,'aC?-T,er, rNot"' Damc'' ComP'y on Friday assailed tie?
second and Third Divisions will ernment's decision to stop pur
aSu^""'^"" 1. thc B"y cn*s'n Chdian newsprint dur
(.rounds today. Notre Dame ing the Ural half of 1950
3! "I""'" of the Third Di- The Supply Company Is Ih.
usion Cup last season. agency Of BriUsh newspape
ac,c'?cnJ' ^ Place nt tho owners. It rations out news
iZ^% J L"no "nd P10" rlnl suppUes bought by Ih
bjn Slreei' at about 12.15 p.m. on Government. The Company sal.
rriaay between the motor car In a statement that the stoapin
,,".!' """"d hy Udy Clarke of of Canadian newsprint purchase
Worthing. Christ Cnurch. and was "a threat 10 the security ,.
driven by James Thomas of Ivy a free press'' of Brit.ii:
ijj "J a blcvi'10 ned and was a "grevlous injury to friend
rSfZ" K.. "ar'd Mulllns of who have helped us so laaereui
luage, chnst Church 1> through the war and
SPECIFY
A-heci of the cycle was
-iCP
pkaen negligible. The leeward
mines were entirely free of this
- Thc cotton trees are put-
pn, oui fresh blooms and it is
oped that these bolls will be
ndy for reapmi; before the be-
innlng of the Close Season.
('01 tan Variety Tr
Hplng of these triuls continued Stations during Hie month. The
luring the month. included weeding, mould!.
Cotton Plot Competition. The contour bunds nd cleaning of
idnnK of the cotton plots en- drains and furrows.
Btd in this competition took Livestock, (i) The total number
""ice early in December, and the of
^_jt prize was awarded to Ramon -~.t the end of the month
Brrie. of Robinsons. St. Philip. com| i
continued the la sheep and equin*
fairly yams, eddoes. cassava ami hundn
__teet potatoes during the month, ot cows' and foal
uiiii-j orn was in ood supply duced. Fourteen head of livestock
nnj lh< il_ were sold. Qtpgny
eush. as usual, the birds ac- Stud services paid for at SS- "0ranJ
WDied for a large proportion of the Stations in December wei
ecrop as follows:bulls 131. bu
Saiar Cane. The maturity oJ rama 33. bnaoi .
of 323 for the month. The num-
ber Of MB
flat ions for the nine-month peri-
od ended 31st December,
Till. CLOCK TOWER of the Savannah Club which recently
received a fare lifting-
Two Ships Will Help
W. ^ prn. on Fr
.1. Passenger Service sS
PASOTNG] tag passes to tho United Kin :'V^^
c.om from Barbados four months hence, will have the it Is reported that M 481 was
' e Ol tWO new Unen; whld lh^ time of the occur-
horter time then the usual I6deyg. "tL ro, r lrin.
ine rear fender and bumper
_-------------------._------__ of M 481 were damaged.
. are
S.S. "Ornnjestad" and SS.
lemstad" on tne E>

an i [(' iclei' ..
?naea aiat Liecerootr, i4. rinB December 194D. ttaa
was 3,765 as compared with 3,640 taken Into the at
for the same period la^t year verted Into pasaenger-fr>
Oevrlopmrnt ProJerU. Irritation.
Ilalion of the electrically
D0^ and irrigation unit at "Saves
t'"iin" wm completed* during the
inoiiili. At Ihis station two fleldM
iniilunty of
e rane en in the
rer rainfall districts, h
ned by the hot dry con'li-
vailed in Decem-
On the whole. Indications
that yields on peanut.
II be fair, d rmination of the
HO-5: crop hu '.
Mi, befii ouiie <.
Catton. The
able for harvi stum I
Ih neas-
rttwerc encaged in puknn; and
M^"- nireaay
2u!J !?' ?' y sa,lsf^'ory meauu of portable
25J Tw^"!""1* ^ave been linea- Thp insinuation of me lr-
tok^i!!. " Wng urg- riBatlon units at "Bullen" and
JXaiV?? f lhc seed for "The Home" is nearing comple-
hng the iteirtcrop in order to
HOUSING BOARD MET
YESTERDAY
InnualScout
Heeling Next
luesday
The" front
dajringed.
Egbert Hall of Howell's Cross
Road was seriously injured end
detained at thc General Hospital
when he became involved in an
.iceident on Friday.
The accident occurred at about
4.45 p.m. on Probyn Street be-
tween the motor lorry M 630,
owned by Messrs. Martin Doorly
& Co. of Palmetto Square, and
driven by Preston Hinds of Harts
<>np. Christ Church, and the bl-
Tr^Tc1.^ .by Can?lnal I>owrich and Fighting Hoyte (166 lbs)
of Reid Street, and ridden by Hall. The preliminary bout* ware full
n,o\?i,,nCl!^nco IO^ placc ,n ,ne ' intcre*1 a"d a >d display
i iifjiic Huilding yard at about 2.50 of this manlv art was witnessed
mmynnST a> brtwc*n ,he m*lor especially In ih.
si. owned and driven by class (5 rounds).
Millmgton of Rockley. The mam bout gave fullest
cnurch. and another ear. satisfaction. A clean COOteet wm
uM.nc5. bLSir John Salnt witneaaed. Hoyte is a game
fighter but not same enough to
"carry on" with a single orb
having had the other closed in
the third round by a itingtng
blow to the face which landed
Its vicinity. Itenn's supe-
25 Years Ago
< BARBADOS ADVOCATE,
January 22. IMS
Pugilistic Stanley Benn K.O
FiuhliiiK Ih' .
Dispite the inclement weetiMI
last Saturday night, there \ .
good attendance of boxing i t.
thusiasts to witness the light be-
tween Stanley Been (143 lbs.)
and Fighting Hoyte (166 lbs.)
"EVERITE"
BRAND
CORRUGATED
ASBESTOS
CKBIlIfT
SHEETS
VVAV/'//,V.V.WV.V.V,V.'V.V.V,V,-,W,WlV<'/.v,.
HARRISON'S-broad st. I
NEW .SHIPMENT AT
THE OLD PRICES.
99
The loss of four fowls and three riority, despite the
in weight was full) J
when Hoyte took the count winch i V
was the result of a straight loft I A
on the same spot in the fourth 9
round.
dty* was
1M9.
MEBTINa OF ISLAND
COUNCIL
THC Annual Meeting of the
given yesterday by ll and Scout Council will take
e at Headquarters, Baddaa
,,. on, Son & Co. xt. L'4th Jan-
one of plant canes and Hie 100 .saloon II 4.30 p.m.
other of 'preparation' cropsare *scond I ,. time js
already under Irrigation bv 4.30 and NOT 5.00 p.m. as stated
Th' In the in Tnurs(ia> s reminder.
-.vice which IC-illy lii lie;.r-al
a to Bute- The second rehearsal by South
ios when tr.,y aie en route -.. Waatarn ii.sin.i In on
Engtand. The |rts of Call ,. f,- the Rally to welcome His Ex-
i :>ncy was held at Headquarters
ro, Antwerp, Madeira so Thursday evening last at 4.80
1 i; laira, o'clock.
I There was an I
pert of thc
togland. but the number of Seouta
must ba greatly Improved ii tha
The "Oninjcstau !V Is to be the nice
THE HOUSING BOARD yesterday considered an
^plicaiiuii Irom Mr. C. L. Austin, who soui hi a
tate'"Vl'n'e"1 SP0' '"'" """' erec,ion "f shP at lho lia>
la board decided thai they gested that a survey of the win.
no auUloril, , ,,, sue, estate ba made, including an
ran,.menu, hut agreed to reler small shoos, or little l.su,evse. ...',. ..."...
.......... " "* iv~ii .inn iiiii-v
rabbits was reported by Corline
Bourne of (ioverni: .
ted that her fowl house
Een and entered n Thurs-
day night and the rabbits and
' b an valued $11.76
were taken.
were again
I .
Lane districts. Anita Osbourne
Folly reported the loss
and ;( quantity Of cloth
Ing. total value $26. from h

The loss of a quantity of gr-
illed $5 was reported bv
--on of Chapmar
led that the articler
were taken from her residence
hf'wceri Thursday and Friday.
en from the Water
V-rW rvmrtment were kep'
busy during the week laying
main at Goodland.
( hii-i cnureh. Early yesterda>
morning residents from SMwei
i ilso along
rood <>r st. PhiUp. Mif-
'ered from a watei
This was caused by a burst in th
main at Mottley's Hill. St. John
which gels its gravitation supply
"MASONITE
ii THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES
'"""j" 'i-iu u vA|j."v-ivii < > ivaiiy is 10 oe
make its iir>t cell hen -wvn ans ii gravuaiion .supply
and the "WU1 i, >;d will l>c held ,rm Newcastle.
it- 00 Thin 1.3(1 p.m. ^h Water Works I*
senger ship on lb ,,> look forward * Prunipt in carrying out re-
irnoul of palrs aml ls expected that the
'ighi weeks. 1 i.toud supply would be back to normal
m =s..............
will. Mr. Austins a,,.. I'n-, ,,:.,-, s,, ,,, '""i
of the- Central Crew un-
der A.n.c Mr. s i, Bernwdl
26th Barbados)
-JJ .. aa ^i-.iii ........,. ,..,3,.,.., u,.jy,,vi..n.ii.
. D. Mottley M.c.i'. mntaa which had bean appoint- ,|aV| a Barbados ,n
Group on SttDday th January in runway. A private main is being
.,, an cllort lo impart some of the la'a at Blue Waters.
_.. .r T' -"""ley m.v.l-. inillee wnicii had been appollll-
l.lv,MT ,' l>" 'a<:1 ea '" """"' recomliiciidalioi,.. In u'' iwQ "vel "v. ilf" ciTi" II
Jibe_ Board had already re- conneclion with the permanent ,'..;,,ie me of the
Idsd WM nl s''1'"l<"> -ai'w that M. a. .i a.a COn""'."?. W"',Ch h"d S? s. 'a.dsay Uoldei, of 60th Barbados
" ". i? us,ln .d'd aPPlnU! to the occasion and render the
by this morning.
Owing to this breakage in lho
main, the water lorrv had to sup-
ply Seawell Aerodrome yesterday
morning.
The Department Is still btss
inverting the ma
111 not afTeet lho new
I
M Philip. An ..ue H
ripe canes were destroyed when
a lire of unknown origin broke
at Harrow at about 8.00 am
00 Friday, The canes, which are
insured, are the property of Mr
I>. S. Payne of thc same Planta-
tion.
St. lames. At about 3 50 p.m
on Friday an accident occurred
with hi. .. "U3.ni uw -r^.... . .......^...........v....-- |. MWitati, Sun & Co., Ltd sai't '"'." <-v " muiv
J* his house removed bul lions for the llxing of land r, hat he waTlold bv the ' ,hc rasion and ten
-aa to opu, .nothei v Ks,. ,ch he gave.
a. i.. > '""'h' decide Government lo recamsider their .... .,, ,VM Hracllce about 4.45 p.m. when h< motor car X 382 nwi,.H l.v r'
hould keep sl,p oo the Bay decision in connection with the "'" U1 '*M a In- mander DUon of f'nm.,
M a comiie-.ii.ve basis. purchase of a part of Gnnxttcs SS Stnvve.mt is ah, ut In "'"llymore Rock ,,T ,'1'
a. -LVat l""",,"1 '"" P"-rT"T ^,Pn, 2S*hS. beeabc'om,ng %&* "^ ^ """ May of tLfSS. S
. a snop had already ocen re- The Secretary ol the iael. and the motor lorry M
_- to ihe K,, relevant uw During tho war it w < '" Ihe Shell on
Ittda , information, Mr. to thl IromtheL .. ...... r,ven h> Joseph
Vd1 T ,hh "T! ur S2S~ '-'"" aroa L ",c Bay > oud?. *SC=l!Sbni'.,K a'^'wltn ,MhT';" Sf Sp7,5'i,y tK
caJrit? I i1*"?h au"K ES""C' .Th,'rly "" h,0USCS, ? *"' h" bM" h""*M ta SSne^SbleTre^^mTnA .'.'^'.^"er. of both vehicle, were
I dTeV3e7 th"- ','' '......... '" "' 'ved a,;d ,hc "'d"> 'he We.tlnd.es. applied a
VnooaU,,''i?cd loss"' d'''-- loi m hu I *"* '' slronB 'und* ,or ,he Purpose- ompany on to the Hospital Casualf'ward
- Ih hi, favour Medical OOeat hc %, hlm ovcr" lei The Department 1. 'in
the Roar Ik? I Z "id J' P' Manon>' hrought up the sengers Eiii chart, nurse, pending the arrival !,'"rch >' '" supply of water
i^J '' ""' ,hc au- 1"'lon of drainage and refuse "Boskoop" and SS. "Cotlici. i I the doctor i H. John During ihe weak
i io remove Mr. Austin's disposal at the Bay Estate and SS. "Gascogne ,,: f.....,., .,,,, u., ..poiher labourers were busv i n/.^m.._
- it was above the Haa the Sccrclar, was loid to arrange Transatlanlique Una opportunity ha, been 'afford,
* to i Government as the matter to be discussed at thc passengers from Barbados for to show thc public thc value of
' removed He sub- next meeting. U.K. Scouting.
damaged.
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r\(.I "EN
SUNDAY AIiVO* \TI
>VND.VV. JANUARY B, ^
W.I. NURSES WERE
FIRST B.C. "CLIENTS"
(i mm our laondon Correspondent)
LONUON tBj .Mail).
,ver from ihe Colonial OmYe by the British
sponsibilitv for housing all Colonial student*:
tain is proving an unqualified success That.
aiJmv ton of** Wesl Indian Nursing Sisters
clients' to be received by the Council
COMING TO WJ.
Rrilish t.iii.intt:
Engineer Gets
Appointment
In Fiji
GEORGETOWN (By Mail).
V: John r:i:r.ik Bruen. De-
uiv Dirt-dor oC Public Works
] in Bri'i^h r.ufana
has been iVansferred to the Fiji
"lar capaelt>.
Mr Bnien, wno at present
holldavhiR it. England, jomrd th*
.jv.i.rtment ii'
.ulani In 19110, and in
1030 was appointed Deputy Direc-
:mected with Sc
Drainage and Irrigation
Born *n Countv Mayt, Ireland.
tie ma educated
Uonal Unlvr:
Hn He will be remembered in

Society Foniud
To Wmmm
Orroan Re-unkm
i i, 21
;. -man agric I-
Bortly o;
i ., ...
. He.

iirunion"
American and Western Europe
They thought the United 94
*hould buy more from South
America, and that the sub-con-.i-
uld be encouraged tj pro-
duct good* that western |
wanted.

Smi.i
hoped that this
aJ| be HO) *imi-
.i.rtt.
I Society's

the foundation meeting
number
. ..
German
I lgland
December lift, one day before
the takeover was due to come
into effect Slightly bewildered
they stood on tne deck oi their
she rleamed up the
Channel to give thein
v
ihej wondered
ho> won l difficulty in getting a. n
try from the dock ... Avonmouth
to London
But had they kno-
or? needless The Brit-
m D bind decided that
December 3ll was near enough
to January* W to make no
and had made all
arrangements to welcome tho
West Innian sisters under their
Thev had a rcpresnH
the docks and as tfaa
trooped off the ship he introduced
tnd was in turn intro-
Irla Alfred. Beryl Mare-
wood and Veronica Gardiner
from Trinidad. Evelyn Francis
irom Barbados. Muriel Edwards
from St Kilts and Maude
From St. Lucia.
Quick Work
He <|iiicKly shepherded On
!i25 SlS^'^LST1 ,SIS from"unil^"sti"M"monV order The United States should
Th'er"l.Ti lorrn "tie t tMy wm able 1 million dollars. The*, transaction. , American SUlcs in this matt.
.,,,.,. Undo"' Jdv.DC. were mle prior lo the dev.lua- helping it to become the gu.nl.
,.l boaVlr.,, , of the pound, but me amount , ,. in the area, the An,- decision to
In London Sister were a- remitted to the J.ma.c. Cov- ,,,,! maintained.
Bntish Council emmen.- after the fall of tho All those attending the Confc:
., bi ear pwad once undertook to work vigoro.,
until insider, in Port- The local authorities have .1 ,y 10 .uungthen the Inler-Ame. -
of the ready paid out sterling etiuiva [an sysm.
lent to persons here entitled to
payments in respect of these or- -rnc Ambassadors [eared th...
ders noc yet transferred to the d,.mocratic institutions were n
Jamaica account. Sterling pay- being developed in some countrte
ments were made at the old rate M rJp,ui_v a5 might be desired ai, ,
of exchange then existing, recommended that the Unit,
After devaluation, the United
U.S. AMBASSADORS SiY ***
EXISTING TENSION IN Lab",,r
CARIBBEAN SERIOUS
HAVANA, Cuba. Jan 21. ,rbac><.-
T-.v.lvc Ail-era ii. Ambassadors lo Caribbean and wn, lam-1
American uiu.nttU.-H mcetint here to discuss Inler-Amen- aahm. he cannot i
ihould prnmotf the flow of trade between bcutn romy bul up wlth !ucn d,mculty
Lasting fitness will
make your dog
a happy ^
lovable
companion
Amba8SuIor
Resigns
snd sacrifice bv immediately in-
trgrating it wnh unsound econo-
mies in other countries,
have not shown the resolution lo f
lake effective steps lo put them-
selves on a sound basis "
BUI Britain woulj work to-
ward* properly pi..,
K'i: DC. -
PIWM ALIt'E. Countess
of Athlone who is coming to
Ihe West Indies for the open
ing of Ihe University CoUCM
of Ihe West Indies at Jamaica
Princess Alice has accepted
Ihe onV* of Chancellor of the
University. _____
Jamaica Gains
From Devalued ft
.Hatb**" Advocai* Ccrr,
KINGSTON I By M.il)
The Government of Jamaica
has i.etted about 130.000 as
BUENOS Aii ,
Tne Ambasaadors Th. A.ge.itine Ambassaooi ii. increasing>"<"'"? ,
l. lonsion In the Can!.- l-unaon. Ur. Ricrdo De Ubou.ie, economy by al, means "".en
. b, -senou. The, h.s tendered lm res^n.t.on, u not imperil what she had alre.d,
hoped thai IhU mighl .1 |M>I \rgenline Embassy announ,v,. achieved.
be etoed when the Council of Ih. here today. ... r;rm
Organuatlon of American State. A spoaesman Ol Ihe Argent. , rule ..d Una
had fully discussed the Dominion Embassy in la>ndon told JUater Attoinev-General defended
Republic, dispute, with Cuba .,,,1 "The Amb^dor has res gned J"0*',,,r,*:ea,,h n FoIM
Haiti and Is expecting to reiur,, p,irv , ,h, tjihour Govemmenl
Haiti has accuse I the litt'.e Buenos A.res me'mie betw,,,'' Cniier the Uoour Governmem
A. om ta. 0j . TO" ilot U
wboll, Mpadeal m you for kU
M.Hh axl happlno. A mr. wy
f Mk*kaB so kern* and cheery
. k, iDka coodilioniiig with
Boh kaartai'i CosdUBo.
BMylogive.ilaen,^,,,
not only Iwlp to safeiuardi^i?
common blood disonhn/hT
much lo keep hun m isofj-J
good coal, good tptria. |-^
dog enjoy IhU 'r ,rk ingecaafca
BOB MARTIN S
coioitioi poaoEii
help to keep dogs fit Mj
Sola Aaaon for fcrb-Uoi: II t, M. MEYERS a Co. LK... TO. Box 171. BBIDOETOW
Republic of complicity
broken up on December
a Dumarsai.s Estime and
I
An Accusation
Republic
The Dominican
uccused Cuba ol
vasion.
The Conference felt that exam
niatlon of the question might le
: ruary 20 and 25. There avoided war. in spile,
i (urther comment to be * "" inndents *h,
d e .i t Dr. De Labougle has been vi- .. e i^ ,
Other ing friends in the country dun u ^ (lintlicti Sir Hartley Shi.'.- j
the past few days, and is U. said#
back In London on Monday. .. R RQ quarrel with the
Today's offldal '^nation rcl- Cllir nunist ^.^ we
lows constant reports or Dr. ue mj.n at onct fair and nrmi hoping
Labougle's dep-rturc. ,na. m lhe end they will realtw
No ofHcial reason Has yet betn tnat ,riendship and straixhi deal-
ijto.i It has been suggested in ing ttii| sa.rVe their interest beat,
usually well-informed circles O.it ^ tnev w,n serve those of the raat
Dr. De Labougle might have be-.i ot tne world. In the meantime.
of criticism In tne we can rejoice in the existence
KIWI IdlMAt
,,,\ tnl'dWaluarton of the poun>1 to the elimination of many char^ :he subject of criUcum m tne we can rejoice in me e^
S I Si" whSf-n haseomc which were perhaps exaggerate. Argentine Foreign Office follow- o( goodw,l^land co-operation.be-
nd * ">nA .A'.^^l.-T___ mm* tk i*~uml .., .hn..u g,\ ,nt! ihe mcil negoliat ions bet we >i tween the peoples of ihe wesie.i.
\rnentina and Britain World to an extent never prev.-
The Argentine Foreign Off- ously attained in peace -Reuter.
aiiitr ihis month announced
1. It|lve.abnjm
ih n-,'. half 1".en
2. Iti*ietkepthe
leather toft "d
luppie
3 it puti back the
onfinal colour into
the leather.
t, at the rea
-adquarters.
And It was at the C
I railed this wwk.
They arc over here for i
dunnx which time they
MiMiv English hospital methods
uncil
vhen

recall Dr I
bouale Immediately, and appoint
h-s surrefsor within a few days.
Dr De I-abouglc. who is 55.
was app< udat In
London in November I, 1M6.
Other diplomatic changes re-
norted from Argentina du
Veterinary For
Trinidad Tulks
GEORGETOWN (B>
Dr. W Armkt, Beolor Veter-
vast two weeks are the resiena- inary Officer of the Department
tion of Dr. Arec. Argentine of Agriculture, has been aalectad
(lelegate to the

.,.-., should aid their develoi-
nd will also attend a three Bates Post Office authorities mM1| ||( evory W||V w|lhm *j
I the Royal made the transfer, resulting in the lm:, f non-intervention,
of Nursing. Government' of Jamaica pay in .
- 'i a greater amount in sterling than
-,..,,1,1 tiovp in>**n the case, had
United Nations to avtpnd the Caribbean Livestock
in along period, and the depar- Confer* ice to be held in Trinidad
ure for Italy of Senor Rcmor Ino. ne7tt February-March under the
Ambassador In Washington. auspices of the Caribbean Com-
Renter, mission.
aliixufo uoe
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ike Quality Skoel
Nine colours available : KIWI BLACX, |
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fully booked up with sightseeing, would have been the rase, had
been to the Tower of ihe tranfser been efiecved at tm
they have seen Buck- pte-devaluation exchange rate
blgham Palace, and they have
! .. .
itni surprisingly enough, while
- .mous buildings
have impressed them, the
Conference Of
W.I.U. Tutors
The greatest contribution t .
United States could make towar!
economic stability was throuj;i
well directed financial and tech
nical aid programmes but such a
should only serve to bolster u|
:hc nations efforts to hel|
themselves
Inch will stay longest mural tuton frum the Britisli
,n (if Kveiyn rrancls ui c,ribbcan territoeies will follow
Barbados Lfbl ol an htf m*iaUatu>n reremons Of Prm-
ii I think ihey wBfi ^^ M chancellor of the
are wonder 1 ul' she lold me w j University to be held at
m have been Mq a reDruarv 16.
> rVimrll aaalilnluiii
. 'ie Nortt Rhine
'
I '
libititei
' * lhe>' Purpot* of the conference will

liberty
individual and t< London and they have been
The Conference found
re obstacles in some counuie
to favourable economic (U
ment, because of obJ
the investment of foreign capital
These countries are not name!
i,
ive been joined by three more report on the work of the
'" past vear and to map out a pro-
C. Wason. C. B Bonou,-. and ZZLL^ fnr y,,. tuluIf In Uji
1 obaaaadon fall
American effort to aid develop
ment would be wanted -Rh:!i
"got*'
nu.rf.-f Dl
i' B 0 Callender. and the
also on the
them too it is a first
For
VIST.
gramme for
light of experience gained. Mr.
P. M. Sherlock. Vice Principal of
the University, will preside.
Representative
qually busy seeing the sight:
tkfll will start
work Some will ro to Guy's
others to University
College and the remainder to -^ jg A ryougias-Smlth.
study _, ,
win i*.PMrs For Livestoek Talks
College Thry will
I ursing
course is completed. They are
already full qualified Ward uras'
;rumum ol
, | But Ibis will
\n> an < i them ti>
"Wop" gdaai with their Enli'h
counterparts and nursing stand-
, i to bane
fit from this frank exchange of
l arekja Polity

the F of the Wes*'
Gemiai. Federal
% lion of
:uerely
.he .
"aavelop day to day practical
totai Baal and We*t
OttstC
..-*
iJtfc'Mi.r and whxh has been

|
rM

rteb Von prittwiu
i rGarman Am- c^xmM p^fic in iha mdlUoa i
"" i, Juslice. on hh
' I I) has U-.M1 tan
.
Oamai > and ..,; ,
rguing thai Grma|.. : Uk- January "111 fun
"' KrwVr UHl Ak^ifiim Frirnd..
n -uiiiUhI Europ.. i,daj vn.l -. p,i1ular and quit.
aaaaii now this could on laatano o| thrs,- im,
' I'lu-r diploinau fnucisefi. u aarn ui Ilk
S.|aria Ciimper. Mr. Eric James
Jamaica); Mr A. O. Pcarsc.
B.A. (Trinidad); Mr. A. trn-
nox-Shorf. MA. (BriUah Oul-
(Barbadosl; Mr C. W.
(Lcew.rd lalandsl: Mr
A representative of the Jamai-
ca Livestock Association is ex-
pected to attend a meeting of live-
stock experts of rhe Carlbl'.i
which will take place in Trinid.,.
,nd Maicl
irsing and ? ?h.i fCaaward lilandsil Mr which wiU lake place
5 H Ere^indw.rd IslaniisK "" ''"-">' 28
of promotion fur them when the * "',t'"T ,, i.a_ inrittah Hon- inclusive.
,-ouVse u comoleted. Thev are Mr Stanlt"y Snarp (BritUh """ Tne purpose of the
Ask Improve
Transportation
\ Dangerous Spirit
LONDON, Jan. 21
Sir Gordon Lethem
of British Guiana fiom 1W41 U
.W46. wrote in a magazine article
here that The one-time libe';'i
and tolerant humaiiisr
A uem.. i incut fol
liniaaifleli aeOoo" to improve
the transportation situation in the
.- Area is to be made by
the Chamber of Commerce and
:.diige
The purpose of the conference-
is to discuss the livestock prob-
lems of the Caribbean and, It Ii
understood, thai' the officer uh
will lake up the position of Di-
putv Director of Agricultun
(Veterinary Servi.iM in Jamai.
will attend the eflnftnl
way m J;imai-i
mfecan
-
w Crasnar< aacret
,- Ion was* taken bj I ,?"'J?,'>"
Council of the Merchants' Ex- closed that In addition to dtk-
change at It iimi'.i.I) meeting gatea from the ,
yfjnarday. Utac a full dress de- lories, Mr. G. I Llay. Agrtcu.-
aumtaUou prob- .ural Adviser lo too Sai
lems in which members of the State for the Colonies
Council and wprescantatives of
mated his
conferent
baa lotl-
intention to att< I
When You Take
YEAST-VITE
II you are suffering NOW
. . if your Head ACHES
... if your Spirit, are
depre.Md by NERVE
AGONY . i( you are
SLEEPLESS, restless
but weary, then you must
try Yeast Vite without
delay I Yeast-Vite has
achieved Record Results
in helping sulierers all
over the world. They
have described th
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They have told how
QUICK and LAST
ING ha. been the
ellect. Let Yeast-
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the same way I
iRVINGS
YEASWITC
QUICK RELIEF
----------FROM
HEADACHES
NEURALGIA
NERVE PAINS
RHEUMATIC PAIN 5
SLEEPLESSNESS
Bm anjin yen r*i Itvimg'i
When
^Coldi
ffl strike
remember
'$* Phensic!
Two tablets of Phensic with a little water
will quickly check a cold or chill. Phensic
soon clears the head, takes away the burn-
ing pain behind the eyes, the aches in the
Limbs, the distracting headache, and helps
to bring the temperature down. But best
of all, Phensic relieves the depression and I
fatigue that so often accompanies colds I
and chills. Be prepared for colds keep
a supply ol Phensic handy.
[Phensicl
I (or quick, safe relief
I FROM HEftOACHES, RHEUMATIC PAIR. I*
V NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA,COLD* At
Jamaica Utilities Ltd., holders ol
rhr franchise look i>art.
The Council passed the follow-
ing resolution to be sent to Gov-
,1.
"Thai Govcimi,,,.t ba idvised
that it is the opinion ol Us* Coun- public suUcriptlon to anolnt-i
cii ol lh Jamaica Chamber of sssue o( TreMury Bills, appllca-
VS. that lb* WnlM of tio> lor which ill close at nooi
iraiisportation now provided for on Monday, January 23.
More Money
The Governnu'iii i-
Mrrr FuTTlfCol ,>."; CorpaT." OS. Corporal, am/sjajaa aPfaW This lue will be to raise .
latawocsl lo tiic business area is sum ol 220,000 for period c
who vtitl own Th* ipnil ,,f emtrallaad autl lot.llv inadeouate to Its need and three months, at the end of whl.
H*rr 11,at it demands from C. riU b* ISMnxa. mm
i. ., Ili.ntho- this'organisaUon Ii d.ng*roi I immediate action that will tend 10 being at the raM ij per eenl
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Trinidad Defeated
In Fiery Event
?iuM.
Tour -kin bu n.arly Ml million tlnv ihm
try Ir^Hlmrnia (1** Mly
l-mporary relief brain* the* do nM ti
lb* ttrm .bum. Tli. nw dlvovvrr NIm-
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The Trinidad Yacht Club
D ilcarh oc BSSSi from this picture.
-Spain.
about
club-
end of
\
I ii moil .if then
week-end provism:
I for Ihe Wp.
.
ihis tin
calm ;ui .'.
March and
April tin

i* not possible to play un-
Tr ntdad will probab
I g
The
' I i will start
iroliev* and frana Car*
... rent-
if ears
and
il Picture was taken during the Sec-
>n Friday. January 13th. Despite a
tail lo the ball li in the nets.

'..,
immodore
fir.,, a
rets.
Startling Predictions
In Your Horoscope
Your Real Life Told Free
Bl to know without anr
teat what the Stan indicate (or you
~r paat Hptrtmcw. your
reek point*, etc? Har* la
r-RKX th* akUl of
l*ur>dit Tabor*.
India* moat farn-
oua Aitroloaar.
who by apply!!*
the anCMtit wi-
tew* to u.'ful
purpoaaa h a a
able rrputaboti*
The accuracy jf
hla pwawwo
and the aouod
practical advice
contained m hla
Hororcop** on
Btaaanaea. Rpecu-
leUon, lltunMi
I-ova <. flair a,
Lotterie*. Tt*-
le. Chancre.
Utiaatlon. I.ucky
----------_ . hava aatouneMd
.ated people tha> world over TTfllrflF
law York brlirraa that
Tatjorr tntiet roaaraa aotne aart of aarond.
To popuUrlaa Ma ayatem Tabor* wUl
end vou HUI your Aatral Interpretation
Ml ram* lab.
Mri. ar Ml-, addraaa and data of birth
a clearly ..in,, by youraWf. No
ntoney wanted for Aatrofeancal work
l"'*n rtc. but aand 6d m m-O. .No
Wampa or Coinai for uuonary. taatl-
t*l other interctinn iLieraturc.
\ou will ha amaaad at the remarkable
I"..-, i"l ."1
Jour aitaira. Writ* now aa thla offer
I ha mad* main fiihlrt
R IVpt JIJ-BI. uSpi
Ktraat, Bombay Jl. India i-o.iag*
cola
INO Tilt; PICN1 hm pottabta
"' ised arc left tn rijrM
THEY i vrirn at the I dinmlnf
kmiI. Ma ayen alopg ' n| one ol
left II IMck Bradli of Trinl
; dUO 01 ill
B'S rHAMPAGNE IN rill i
: Barbadoa' mtanta.
TRINIDAD TEAM HAS GOOD PROSPECTS
ITCHING
INFLAMED
SKIN
H/^EDN!
0501
Rclcmlii,hiniciimd h? germi .aid*.-
Ihc ikm. *pdilv develop* into tmuiun
pimplci and open tore* unleM cbKfccd.
ThouModa of dun luflcrcti hare proved
ihal rhcrc it ivoihing i re sure m revulli
ihn p 1) D ihNlanoui
liquid healer the loetured
' "leermiaild
dm c out the infectKin Wbacrrtf i.vm n'
" Kiviiifvnu pain and dianeaa
ORIASIS. TOILS,
BRUPTIONS, FBICKLY I1FAT,
MALARIA MiKl
tun a lew applKattoni ol laondetlul
1>I'1) PlHultlUua ivill cive invtanl
I ivcre. and me pd leaulra
ill he Uai.ni> U.U.IV l'irva obtainable itom chemim and hum
.*.->>>.etc
P THE :
dc;ini>'
nsp
Trii
ww.rv i Dug u propa
Mrttoli rii.t (he h ..
">" Ihcm
01 food [.,1 UiouRhl.
^ ''' f Ri-x
ane. i-enllv
ion ',.
.prov, >
rrini-
M
E
R
J.
ui.
Dick Bradley was unable to
: |
. ime in
lad long with v
er wall-known
..in in Trinidad
Skipper Baafl
til] ai
dUBcult to anUclpaU)
i July.
gain

nans A-ill 'i o m
: to lome hard
training, and when
season >
year, who tu i

fi'tin us whan ^", igain op-
oiM anotiMr.
of the
have
many jraan of
Mad of thaoa Ind
there are several younji-
Lag Up WnO
will make our naxt sea-
son an interesting one.
The Bai .. r Polo
ward to
U Ibbaan friends
following this lead and
would welcome news of
Indian
Picnic to \l.m/..iii)la

The

i
plantation along the
The a
Bath.-'i.
in mil-

are I .nimal.

which i
the ci i
inch loi UtirUl-
r< eat So sal upstairs, j
ihe p. | were all we
encounter.

. .ii girls.
Fvr.ythuii; was OOB
|
was a tour
chaxminK and
that our lads will nan i
get.
Luncheon at The ^ achl
Clah
During the Lui
I honour of ;i..
nig team on
oinmo-
; the Yacht Club

ng that
the Trinidad pJayei
in much l'tii |
an In Barba-
dos last July, and they look-
ed forward to
H r late this year or
early m
on behalf of
., toon
It*, the
H M Club, and
.
cially th> bo took
m into
oo>aa and miuu
slay an unfon<
team had been able to show
the Trinldadfans a few
' e, the

The rfcnM Time
thoroughly en-
' iadian
was a

the wool, but all the n
I : lav shore, at
.-lay night a
lub and dance
Will Be On l>ispl...s
Neat, Week
Tin k) Cup,
which the Barbadiai)
has brought hark wil
fruiu Trinidad alo:.
irsa Will
Ik- cm lag the
n some of the Broad
....
that the ttvneral pi..;'
look at this
ill h will

I rhodoi ami
.tui'\ British Guiana
Kite Of the nil:.
tion. Mr. Gi
i while
Porl

is indeed grateful to him for
matchei to be broadcast and
thus pt ip as a major
sport in these parts.
D araraaarl I
I: B.ArrmtrongLtd.. Bridfetowr
The Ladies Are D D. D
Interested

iooo be-
in Team
aim Kt w.'ll OUl >f tin-
Dig the
nasaTtering u(
the ii...
. i -*ii in
I
ami they have alraa
pruached the Ah-
I ., team pro-
vallable
M
'u oming
- ' nc

series of matches
'iim.
r just
completed aiiainst Trinidad
pur youngsters and newcomers
to the lain*, and th



. P.C both
.

to tuko
.IllLK'ti-
'Tri.miM'il I,anil"
are onl)

have seen the m
i ( th* BatfbadO* Team, when
ten min-
utes away from Barbados.
rtuung their
necks trying to pick out th!-
coast line of their "Promised

PRESCRIPTION
"' '''''*,*,',*,, '''.*-'**---'-',->*,,-,---
V Timelj
SugjUt>lion
in tarelesi in
Ui H.-.uih. Most
"i Ul are inclined to treat
' lik' ,i cough hnhtiy.
When we are in iip-iop health
" alone will than otfl i
cough without the aid of, any
lure a cough
.sticks on -it's g timely wiim-
i nn Nature thai
nee is down--thjii
' } and that* the
turn- bo start Taking
Ferrol
Compound
The Tonic CoiiKh Mixture
Ihiil Hinlils um it Heals
I-.it til Compound conLains
jininiplcs ol Cod
I'M: Oil. Vitamin A 1500
ind Vitamin I) 500 units
!),,! 'l1".- n addlti .n to utln'1
ised Tonics with tin
ddlUon ol Creosote and Gui-
Ferrul Compound hrlps
Natura raaitaa the balance of
.ace needed to shake af
thai coughand you will be
surprised how quickly it will
lio away. Take a course of six
bottles and build up resist-
ance that will protect >u
' future infection.
"FRKOI. I OMPOI N|, |a M| ..Mal
. -------. u_. ,,,,,, ,. nv, p.,.,
,.((k. l.r.U la f.e.l, ..hUafc...
if I. b, r>h,.i< I... ..4 u.
" 1. ...,,...._
"ami, i**IIm..uiU .
iikkiii nmrui \.....
.,.( U>.l
ice Paul Foster Pnler
On Sale in the BLUE
! CARTON from all
I Chemists.


PACi
M >uu .luvw.nt
USA Anxious About
British Elections
(Bv DAVID 1 MPI 1 ROBERTS)
LONDON. (Ii> Mail).
mondents of British newspaper? in New York repori
that their a**"* continually, .nquireis
wa, out the Brii Bow many
counties rJoM Church!.! n.-cd to win?" is the ftJTt of question
bau*d on the United States election system and with
nan-.i i ,n' "f m
. ,-nnn polsners 10 esumaie
Labour I ; 'ld*'" '/..mans victor,
* converted into a Con- mother talking point. Both sides
are cieating a pleasant
;nck>. Al.
are pJ who, when aiked
wha: will happen at 0"
looknn knowing an
thai Labour win .
mgjoril
aritiun


acute polincal aense' that Ihi
teil to the accuracy of one
in a hundred how tlu- vot)
go: v. i i
stltueneie* to he won. an
than 200 of ihese so i
ataaeo-
victorj" lor tnem-
Btavt canaioaies
arc showing a wonaertul self-
Muranoa. Some Conservative
M.P.'i are already thinking oi
possible positions that await
them in the Government lo be
oeginning Oi
Marcft. But with am..-
. MM Uh i--o_.
promise* ^ '"ViC
(Or me '.,ub..e
tney had planned.
fainting to Politics
irchili arrived. He has
My fever's gone ...
i took GENASPRIN
,, ,,,u*^asf..rai*eafeap*rte
;/ helps w break a %mg, and
miickty checks Headache*. N
^cacJKheumaticPaioa,
Co'ds and fW At aay lima of suair
or pain. 'Oaoafprin' sees you througb !
S*ld by ail Chemists, Druggists, eic
Ttwword-OjMWria'Hll
tJir. !-'..-k.''
need that a thousar. together his "Shadow
abinet" to work out n campaign
these ;
lust not to be i
The Atmosphere of \ -
All political parties are begii-

It i sinl mx weeks I i
.
lllUn 1101 CXliallfl ':
too toon. Or..
M election oai. i
. .

.
,y, is denouncing Uie publi
i| polls as t.
Wing Biased
...
about DDtMO
build up M
lory lire that the Itarac pi
.. opinion poll
ularlty
programme
M of an oppression party
nominating a "Sna- ow i_aDine
started with .Stanley baidwi.
big Ramsay McLtonalci;
nnaani In iwiiw. An
shadow that was: Fo.
one Uuni '' greatest
substance
Churchill himsell. who was me-
an outlaw Irom UM i onservative
nota! Bui how docs tni.
i-abinet today regard it*
i uancellor
m looking for-
i, bJmi h> two months
bnatU for

Wllistnti In |"
Ml Tnurs-

Meanwhlk In Ihi fciectiou period
ton to dor
.tied to have been rcad-
inE and re-reading, in Madeira
tna wai home, a copy oi
P , HnJ fir
i: i,B ill no^doiS
l.n..r lad m the DQUJ Sftl ltl" " wl" "* ""i
.[thought
moment .ammar
stronger Conservatives arc
lighted with
U

a'. C\
hill
When
the gauntlel
oratory last Rummer
ft of the pro-
Light up and smile!
Window On Europe
By MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM
LONDON. (By Mail).
The resignation of the Italian
Cabinet was expected though
perhaps not so soon. It had been
known all along that Signor uv
Gasperi. Prime Minister and
Christian Democrat leader, in-
tended to form a new Government
following the desertion last Octo-
ber of three Social Democrat Min-
isters, lad by Signor Saragat
De Gaspcn has held his hand til1
now for two reasons He wanted
the outcome of the Pail>
intelligence nests that, it appeal
I to Communists), abound in the
countries of Eastern Europe. Tfaga
year began with further expul-
sions of Western Journalist< Iror.
Prague. Now the late*!
Czech Communists in their "puri-
fying" anti-West campaign ha
been to restrict the sale of books
The Government has
decree banning the sale of at
books published before May Mb,
1945that is before the "liber-
ation" of the country from the
but linked them externally (I*
iii their foreign relations), and
economically, with France. The
constitution also guaranteed tha
preservation of the German tongue,
U.S.Pip Forecasts
Sugar Compromise
LOND I
The New York J U
n
lalka In Lond> i
i: claim in.tt

Congress of Saragat's 'Right Wing' Germans by the Red Army. The
group of Social Democrats that one exception mentioned In thi
has been in session at Naples; and decree are certain school icxi-
he wai hoping for a possible early books that ore approved by th<
decision on Somaliland from Ministry of Education: there is
i i..... _.._----.- |(ll,j|ia iimiii......i
culture and conlfMlonal schools. on)cc lavours ;,
Tho French mainlain lhal this ar- Foo(1 M(n
rnngfment does not amount id vhu .
anncxalion. Many diplomats fcv. Uw
that In fact-.t not in law It ,.,,.
virrualy does, though. "There Is now Mm* ''
Will Sellle 1'rohlrms .,,.,, ,hl.
In informed political circles it |he co)1 0( |ivinB |n Bl
,1 that Ihc outcome ol ,hrcatenrcl to u
the talks Uiat are due lo take r 3 ver .
Paris this month will guffon 1 ,
nttla all oulslandinR problems hll)adoasl
brtwMH the Saar aiul Ft..". ,.Thc Wosl Indian (Mil
The ownership of the coal mine., yj^ntfo to leave Lon lo
peeled to be invested In the 0|lllca| circles II
Ihe mines '""
Dim lighting is bad for your eyes, for your ncrm,
for your general well-being. Light up then, and '
with Osram, the bright, cheerful lamo.
will
KKf^ s^r^-* s=^,as*5 SSSSSz
has not yet been forthvoming. So the Ciech people are now years to the Ffencn- **!*;." sympathies of the large group h.i
What perhaps has hastened the told what to read-or in this t*lf output ir "s who take an Inten
Premier-s decision albeit indi- whal not to read. Certainly DOth- s^oiwmy, as they do at JJ*t; problems. Kvcnl. tl
' ing bv bourgeois writers from th. Travel restrictions between me West Africn show that tl,
capitalist West. Certainly nothing Saar ;'id Western Germany a irrefpDCtive of r
that in anyway H re point up to now with the niKh|v ombairaisim: li
gime that rules in Pragueo: BaarUhdars are likely to be crnmcnt if u f,,
Moscow. Even the hitherto admir- caseJ It li thought also that the ^-.-ip,. arc bguti in
Uy is the present political
agnation in Italy caused by the
death of six workers at Modena.
during a demonstration, as a
result of clashes with the police
i
when It come* to '
__bs ut 3-1

Labo.<: Pal
save to say to the I
I
tha predic-
Ihob leader has
ritfa Mi H A
I fl v.i Stanley an*.
^ther oddly
iiunkmg Conservatives") and
electorate
Conagrvi-
the mos; to be told
W.I. Delegates Did Not
Realise lni|lieations
Hu.ilamanU'
The Communistswho. It appears. , Karoi cpek. for instance powers of the French High Com-
(irganised thu diaturbance in auihor of that inimitable Ilgurc. iis-ioner ;n the Saar, M. tirand-
val. will be redueerl practically
to those normally invested in ar.
accredited envoy.
A Franco-Saar agreement u
'utlincii above might well preiu-
sooner a new Cabinet could be ,., .ni, lrul. line". This should no' .in. Franco-German relations tha'
formed the better. be difficult. Conjumu ^wm lo 50 getting on so nieel>
Helped 'he art of hitching the ;im)(T ,n(, caroia\ and. at present
In this he will be considerablj wagon of culture to the Soviet ,1Jn. ,,h,|r hand of Konrad
hefped by the resoluUon passed star. Adenauer. Of course, most Cer-
Kuture Of The Bui UM "Naii-
To clarity the
THE
WONDERFUL
LAMP
THE CITY GARAGE CO.
8RIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
IWttNTING THt aNIMl tUCTUC CO. LTD.. 01 tNCLW
10,500. Safe
From Arrest
b> the Saragat Socialurta a:
Naples. A large majority at th'
Congress decided on collaboration
with the Governmentthough on
ruin terms.
- '"5h as insistence prance and the S.*.....
on safeguarding the right to str.kc M m dl(cus
and having no truk with Franco ,,, ,l^,^,
Spain. At the same ume Saragat s
party postponed the question of
LOND< :.
where 10,500 deft '
but no hand can be laid
' I'r'.l plebiscite as valid interna- Army. Nat i
economic relati- Ota- |lona|iv pending the signing of t Ihi
from the c. natee treaty: but pretumably thai ttm an i
l.ill not be so undii lomal punUhment ... long as tl
In negotiation. But wit return to Britain
say so In negotiation, mn .m...................
der to understand the problanu kn' ., whethar the .German a, ui mal
which will face the two countrie- ch.,nrrnor W|H not urge a new ! | octhw I
at this conference, w. n ,.,.. Or. concerning the *mu5
up the MM
ikine- uo with the lion-Com- u ,hl5 eonf.rei.ce. we must, am, p|,biwi,c. Or. concerning the
unw l?nineo Social" Partv look back briefly ,. the 1.-, ti.ii-o Jr minr, ,hc..
,.t bonr^DeeentbeTin years of Saurian. fte ,. llkt. Ih Fu,
(Barlmdtis Ad\..cate Cnrresp.tnHenll
KIK STON, J U).
A Joinl Jamaica Laboui Par! la imiualrul
... proceeding in I
With tlif Colonial
Food the quaatijii of ii
I foi Wcsl Indian sunar.
Jamaica from that
:mm
rio^^X^^,h."p^'^:.....' ^-"of'in,;;;;,; i^-:; .
the Social Democrats declined to has been interesting.. Onxinall> ( nom,c ^.operation"
attend that IUHan Congress for part of the Gj --------------------
unity). So de Gasperi tiny but highly Ind
will lx- aMe. at any rate, to pre- territorythat f. Vssl. CoL 3eCTs'tar\
s..v. Mm coalition that has gov- twoon France and Germ
The Bon V" A i
,uarv Hi ihat i i
throw.
aakod *
Megfli
BuBUmanle will It I
an> W.
Ilnl.i.
Say), he A
Sugar l>el< A'
i .
lact, that they have not b..
to reaUae the pohi
.f the s
Kiigian
unly been thiokini
<,f proi i
noon '' n,v'
not I
that i
work ii .

tact u G
. nii will d;
-produ
mo British West
.iKhes. and it will le Jamaica
Which has NTOd Hi'1 ll
icttco Bill while I shall
any West Indlas
iln'i illogod cli.
10 tins matter. 1 think t snail b*
. , the (tift.u-iue-
erned Italy since the elections of .shares a comnv
April, IMS. Theoretically, of Luxemburg and the
course, ihere would aoem no of Lorrainecame unsM
reason why de Gasperi should n> i, by the Tl
form an all-Christian Democrat Versailles, al the end i
Government. His party has 308 world war. Il remained m this
. .r. m the Chamber us against situation till it
Germany b> I
(Though the Saarland*
heavdy for their rottttl
Reich, 11 has been
.- tni* i
interest was not merely untssrlati
Retiring
the 57 held by the other th
Centre parties of the Coalition
But thi truth i* that the Cwiatlan
emociats owe iheir great par ia-
mentar? strength to the fear of
Communism in 1MBwhen it
looked, for a Ume, as if the Com-
munists might actually be vote*'
into office by a majority at th
pullsrather than to u
vmpathised with thei
GEORGETOWN (Bi atail)
Mi C. W. H Colttl
ant Colonial Becrotao ot BrMffh
a ill bv pxoosssdlng 01
. i|| prtoff ui ratsrenwnt
I log for more than 4'1
i... in Um civil Bervko ! tb>
iiiiii won
,o the Immigratu"! Dl |
On itie abolition of tha Mas
which immigrants from
Ooveranatat thinking. Besides, an all-Christiai
wrong it will be time for us '.o united anti-eterical oppontuv
lentand eonaltta separation from t"hnsUan Democrat and th
I Papacy are one and the saint
thing in the eyes of the "anti-
Kngrand., it will be time for us to |
method In our power
end at our command to brmi to
world that England
lor a Socialist Government U
Only democratic in name."
PMittM W7 Ton8
Sugar In 3 Months
lerical". But Signor de Gasper
though a staunch Catholic am!
'ire a Junior librarian In thi
Vatu .in. it also too astute a poli-
tician to hesitate for a moment li
forming his Ministry, his slxtl
Miict- the war, on anything bu-
Ihe broad basis of a coalition.
\ Ban on Books
The Communists are steadil>
lightening their hold on Czecho-
.Slovakia. Since their coup ol
Ki-bruary, !*?, they have sough:
> very meaaj to remove Wesleii
nfluences from the country ar.
"that they did so mainly as ., ,M()ui !abourcd n the sugar i
Ireland and Ene
Altogether, thi
ire traekini? dow
men aim
hair ir then
In Bi ltl
Borne H1'
women, ren
are jtrndnally I


Belgium,

in addltl
I
from the
of them
quickly I v
"Life9* wonderful,9*
hHp siii/m. -IVr
banianett yreuMu *Mm.
luo is the seoet ol Bor perfect skin bealtb, Um only UN
of Uslini lorslincM.
dtH r.uuom dermatuloftut who oreates the
I has rerolouoniwd modem beauty irsalmeat sod
ich tj-fk of skin and age.
rV* hew and n*y IiuwanM
preparations for <
SSRS
result of Nazi propaganda and
terror" methods) At the end
of the second world arm
was again 0SMU|
In 104', Britain and tl
States Russia reserved h
Mi Collier was transferreil
tu the Colonial Secretary's office
where he has performed the du-
ties of Clerk to both the Execu-
LogisUitive Councils aiu
acted as Deputy Colonial Sec re-
opinionagreed to the economic |ary on many occasions. He has
fusion of the Saar with France in addition given valual.
^fter elections had recorded a 90r; un various Committees.
Saarlander vote In favour of the |n appreciation of his long and
vcheme. In the same year Trance faiihful service the Legislative
drew up a Constitution for tha Council recently granted him a
Saar which fmallv .utathtd M personal allowance.
from Germanv This gav\ me Outside of official duties ho has
Saarlanders donu'.sWc autonomy, given social service in the coin-
(iEUHGETOWTJ (By MaU)
Only fhree estates in Britlsli
Distant were able to do any....,
eminent dssiegation went lo Sag- grinding during the first week in mrn the Csechs into good Marx
larj and they produced 4~ ists. Last year Use Oa*Vernmeni
tons of sugarPin. Diamond munded oaT their attack uo thi
(2151. Pin Sk.-hi,i (I4e> and t-atholic clergy by introducing
1'ln Leonora (136). Chuivh law that has brought th<
lHnjii); the same period (week I Church virtually under control Ol
ending January 7) the sum of I ihe State. It also followed Hun-
S12V.148 was paid out In wages gaiy and Poland In organising
to all sugar esta.e workers 'spy hunts" to winkle oui Western

I
I ban ..ii io join the
dumb West Indian Govem;v.<
BIIOBAT SIIIS
THE NEW GENERAL PURPOSE
HOUSEHOLD WASHER.
<\ 'Ummised washing! It is the scientific
way to drive dirt right out of clothes and fabrics
them new lung-lasting cleanness and fresh-
ness. For BROBAT SUDSeven when uaad 11
bard waterleaves no scurf or scum clinging ti>
deep-seated grime
and urs and beauty. BROBAT
Ltatd washer-up !
lant of the
I
and a member of the Council of
Management of the St. Joseph'--
pi..ii
, : plan t
atttta .
J/your ifcin u loo greasy,
itid-r." in noluroi .harm and/re*hn#M.
<* Ooa ywar akiu i..Mhl anal ou-minf wiU. cot. S>if lIii^B|
LC1A tOMrrrXION MU.X. ll flmalm mwj iSaSMISaSSB.
Wstm your akin oamlrrfMlK awalk nal .upflr.
it Kr-Ir." lh' 'lour' of your SSSS. ronlrtH ISMM SSSS,
rrU-'J por ..ln i-U .ppli^liom * IWWl* ASIBEllJtat
LOTI01. (M.-r 30'i uk IfcNOXA ort.* POBt: UHaSfl-SI
for a re./ ... .kia r kUckSMaU, ail -f tMs*l m
|s\oi* solUION 41).
^T SliaaiaUalr n.,r ain mlk rrfuUf itcaUHuH of IB* Issssai
BXMU Hill MASS t ll mntain. lb* ! TSSSBSi
ass U a cMplrn-' fMial' >n ItSSst
1( Fh kk * lime adwsya o*e IXW1U BUIWI OAT raUBai
BVIOtaV fOl.MH.Illl> lOllON. IkCT k**f fSSt BSSSSt
pra\M* fc.iu,fll|l. null *U gay.
I It IIO A II
/tvm/i*
/Cf* tf** WlS'SV/SaSAJ

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Slreel and llaallnei lALI'HA rllAUUCT)
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HOLIDAYING IN ENGLAND I
AGAIN?
Ulan AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY IT IN
GREAT CONVKNIENCE:
W can have an AUSTIN ilolivered lo you In Great
Britain at ahorl notlM lor your stay in the United J
Kingdom provided you brine 'lie Car back to Barbados. 5
May we suggest i. us and allow us to o
explain'tin- "Ovanaaa'Vkuton' Dallvar) Bchaaaa" pro- 5
vided b> Ihe AUSTIN MOTOR CO ;
They're all fixed!
luced price! And identical parts! Thai'. wM
m ^henyoubuy l )n ,,, A!;
rord spare parrs are sold a. I ces-
and every oral of ihem is nude rtom high
materials, u, fine l ,n engmcctm
dkxaad and counu-rJieckcJ tor acai
your Ford exparia, know thai ,.ni.- a ,
spare will do a aarjan
why we alwayi fit them-an a
.1 1 'ring.

Charles McEneamey i (X Ltd
Phone MSI
KCKSTGllN BROTHERS
BAY STREET
DIAL 4269
%Himi>.wA'.::'s.::vMv.v.vA:w,vl(a TTTrrmannaaaaauii. 1___^.._


T"
SlNDAY JAM ARY 22, 1950
SI \li\Y M)M,
HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
WSLL.. A- Lr>JT f =v=J_..v.^v
wb wad a scxtd ^a we 2 sstte?
s --S S'-SZP!J TCACK. OCV.N
BY WALT DISNEY
C T- -;.'
CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!!
REPLACEMENTS COST '$
in
Protection
BLONDIE
CHIC YOUNG
lO you kn, the imount or
Cptraflled Iron imrvrt.-J mij
tropica. coantru- v.-rv v ,ir '
The figure ls .irvmslr.njlv hih, ani
Ha allowing -r new Works the
Miince ctpicjeiics i heavy forlcit I."
Met .-: taking i
NCAatioos,
.:i easy with
Anri-Cor- paint Paint
for every INCH of metal.
IB anti-corroaivt
: h dings
'..iwork,forming
km which prtvrve,
I i:,-[i;liir:,n
I ' ": ft ' '' J (

A.S. BRYDEN & SONS .) LID.-acfms.
TtWOOU>.
Plaiignuni
THE LONE RANGER
FRANK STRIKER
I BCS, ILL OVERLOOK THE W NOU 6LSTED
> TAIL TO GET &FF SMiW, F VOO'LI. <
just listen to his metis} man.
SlrtW WAS SUSPECTED CF KIIIM3, a WE'
SNEAD BECAUSE ThE T*0 ViCE * 66 >|
ENEMIES AND SMW VW6 H rflNDWi 1
ONLV MAN AI*XC AT TME r TiHE CF THE SHOOTING
,*?/ Conquest
THE VENGEANCE OF THE SCORPION
.. *AOCtl POlULtN Ulu STRIPtV AMAKES
/'Slime v'
_ATC ON ^uE
AATCUi ^
SAoTS//
SLCvtsJ /
/
RP^ing UP FATHER
MC.MANI^
4.1 M l,\ll>
PLANTS
MODEL
1V95: 4.5 K W. $2,850.00
2V95: 8.5 K W. S3.05O00
4V95: 18.5 K W. $5,200.00
4.1 Alt AMI < 11 PABE ARTS SERVICE
ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
TWBDSIDI MM ii mi. :: DIAL MM, i::;i
RIP KIRBY
/"ano r* sciwv; YwBi.u..:,*sa' xacv
RAN AlMW FRO* \Ont ^0.,.; SRoci
SC-OX. ViM W-C-B-. V ^Bta^v" 3. assess
I ._ OO ftACK. WI--
vfX AND ?* 'O
BY ALEX RAYMOND CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.

THE PHANTOM
BY L.EE FALK & RAY MOORES
LODGE IIIl.l.
""' 2"8 l)i,l DM
MAKIIIS Ol Itl II.HIM. HUNKS
8 x R x Ifi tn,.. ,,,,!, .|mb or Corner ... .tec rich
4 % s x ie (PMUttM) i:. ii4), ,
D"' i Mb Mat I Ml priMi HP ...m |
Itl Ml I I MM uiilmul fiiiuut.-
mo\o>i. 4o>iiu\i:ii huh simm.iu
is Ihc Order uf the l>.i> '
uou TO III nil with tiii:>i
' rim i i lihk is uaiki iiik \ i in xnmi MkkaaH
ii" WOl i ii MM LO* i- \:: i I
11 i i \i: n\ l or .i i:i k Un -nil -
\ nil Ml k ONOM1
IOKI VK MIUl'I.U BE
1 pirl ( .nnl I MM l.lmr; 4 parU SanJ Mix Llmr and Sand Rrat
Unit ( rninil.
U I II MB \MI i
IW Follow Aon Inalrurlions and yu. will have a good Job '.
I CONOITi in I \';i>i i; lurpria
USE OIK n
had MM. ,.i HiHiEii ( usi,.
I\ MIAMI HAVE SHI . S v.-,lh.
" D.maife be:'.'
It's smart., it's modern.. if i
the NEW Golden Platignum
srilh sleek sticam lined
barrel; halt-liooJcU nib,
gleaming engine-turned
nkkel-ailrci push-on cap witb
built-in dip. Obtainable in a
colour range of blue, dovr>
grey, maroon, green and black.
TMi NEW GOLDEN
liiuni
OtmuaoTo.:
C I- PITT,
oro. BOX i*J
UDCBTOWN, BARBADOS


SUNDAY. JANUARY 8,
PAGE FOURTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR RENT
HOUSES
Ann. : ran salx par
FOR RENT -
WANTED
LOT. FOUND par W
Mimn-tm eriara* ..
PUBLIC SALEB
AUCTION R***-
ESTATE per agBta
a-in-.. B not.-"*.*
Prr .gate Una
EVENING ADVOCATE
1*1 Inch ...........
CEASING TUB
WEEK. :> ws -i a-ay
SUNDAY;3
ALL It* * nVronl ,1V-!f?*'"
mTW mi mm to -mM- -y
DIED
as?^
NOTICE
Tinlrri are Invited fo- I
,.rr rlh lo eell iiqu'w* BM rt
In tOTve lunehet and at *">-
Hnflcn Oval durtnS ,h-_ET
ment. lAppf
...... Nin
i...: **
fully furolebed with Refrlg-
I MM at Indrtvtttar. Weriaina.
u i m- Um
t.OVfK>JM NOTICE*.
II UNO A lo* ctaMfir ftwn* !
February .ttueted < Worthing in Ave-
i.ue 'Mini to Owil .xexete.. Containing
Spactoua Verandaha two tide*, throe bed-
room*. drawing! an-1 dmlnf rooe-L. .psnir)
Mil om* Oarage Dial MBO
It : MSn
'
Tendere are .to* l"*"^h'
ti^ntnortatloo of the BelUeh OuilM
T,.. ,. wA d """-;
i. ihe ov.1 uni tb. ^.'^'"r1'
i Tender* mutt roach Hi* undwtdgnad
.1 c F RVHwi Co Tlee
not totirlh.n4pra on Monday
January J3rd
, Th AeaoeiaUon Aoa> nol bin* tt-
,r'i to acres* the tovmt or any
THE FARBADOS CRICKKT
ASSOCIATION INC.
w w r HOYO
Honorary Iwian
NOTICE
We bog I" than*
pa.t patronage and
. ISOBBMSI
_ edviae thai
_____Mk| any Laundry al
ertablithmenl attar today. *"
clo-lns !- on the im met All IM"
BtS Laundry .h*rt , rotn^jUd to
call .*pr tame on or ****** .*-. '
nUSttXsE* PMatrill -Mo M Roec-*-.
Street, from let Ctrtobor IBM. For pai
ivm-ore Rind MM tt--Un.
BVWQALOW at HaggatI Hall. IS nti!**
from lown. Two bodroom*. running
water etc S3S.08 per fttonth AaMt OlM
Top nt J M*1W.
ath. IWOIpw month
iiiiB witfr In
Ring MM.
IS I.M.-t..
TO LCT :
EftPCTtANZA--niHy fumlh#d I befl-
wm* dnwlnf Mfn. httchon f
rompl4# with n-lld"tr '. miaM from
FnMjftown. ant on !h* tovrty *
i-niSih Apply Mr. J A B-Jd
[("r*'ar GMt|T. Mount *UndfaL m
rARAWAY". t Fhillp eeaat. fully
funtittad. OarfM. orvam oon
Paining boach. From Mann lit. *
per monlh. Phono *Tt.
THANICS
u,-**o*nl -^^Jt?1*.!1,1
. ,tt.nM lb*
I ABLTON Ml
NOTICE
MEMPCRS or* wlwd lo not*
Club'f ground. wlU b opon for foot-
Mil prcl-* from Monday Urd Jnu*r>
laTY
. of Mr.
JOOD'HI^t LA-
IN MEMORIAI*
d*"' and la*r
rrl unaoen b> morul
,i Nome boyond lh
Thr dtoll mt
KK-hard. Mrr.
BUlirhr. Boaollnr. 'di-r't*"
idaiiaVhin-lii-Uwi l-"
i .! Graham. Thun '""
lhat WH?i
I I"--
I oil NAU
WEYMOUTH CLUB
! .
AKml 0al M*ln will
hr4 al lh' ll'ird Mnonl. Jam". ,
.MO OttK d J.nrx 1W> '
" pm o l warmra.
will o bo
PUELIC OFFICIAL SALE
!Thr Pit
Hid
i'. a i
AIITOMOTIVF
CAB Morru :i In v '
On mdy l> 3-d y ol rfbrur>.
IBM at lha houf of 1 o clock in the afic.-
i ^ .old al my oHm lo B*
let lot any turn nol undai
in- apvtaiacd value
All lhal carlain pu*. ol Land conUIn
Ina 6y admaaautcmanl a Kooda.
Patdvaa ailuau- III rWlf* ol lhti.1
Clmicr. bull!,,, and Uoundlnd on land,
law of ina K.iaia of J Mapp
on land, of Stapl* Orova Plan-
,n, wn landa of O E Btalhwaila.
and on Ina Public Hoad al Supto
c.~.a loa.ibat will, ina -aacia-a
, o**.. Boildind. and ahop
ihaiaon *c app.and faltowa :-HVJ
whole propany apptaiaad to
aand flvr bundled and ninety
.JtB00i AlUcned liom tti
or and lowardi aalnfaciion. .
' .
14m -
NCWHAVW. Crana Cooat. fully
furtilahad. OoraJM av*raiit Hoomt
5-iperb balhlnd beach. f>bru*TT. March.
j.mc Novettvbat. Doconbar: t* 03 pat
month mono 44711 1 M-l "
INCOME TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income) Tax Mturtu r* r-
ciulr-d .rom enfi rrurtlaxi man wheaje Income U $1200 00 per annum
or ov*r from ry oUwr penon whoae Income U $720.00 per
annum or over and (rom comnanlen whether incorporated or unin-
corporated. aoclMiej, penona enfaged In any trade or proleaalon. and
owner, of land or property whether a taiable income has accrued
during the past year or not.
Forma ol Return my be obtained (rom the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY Or JANUARY. 1950, and the forma
duly filled In must be delivered to me on or before the following
respective data*:
1. Returns of persons whose booka were closed on the 31st
day of December, 1M, on or before the 31st day of March,
1930.
1. Returns o( persons whose principal place o( business is not
situate In the Island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950.
I. Returns of aU other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-
uary, 1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties
NOTE : Aay person failing to aaake his retain wlthlB the due
date will be liable to a fine not exceeding 1M and
nol leas than 2 aad will be presecoled anlesa a satis
factory remaon is given.
10.1.5019n.
!*
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadran National Steamship
FI.T Al Hiam- Kanalnrlon Net
l%nod -- front Boom. Vorar-lah.
to badrootne with ninninS water.
K,ich.n..e. HUM. ball, aljo Gaieae
Phone Taw 1 Stin
nOM-T WOBBT 1-ot'UH.r " '
MOVTMO
LIT US TAKX CABOT ALL
YOUR WCaeOUaSl
paeaonal Superviaic-i Aaovava
BA.IHDOS mStSIm mum
a CODRlNOTOll.
IrlllonaXBd. " "
W,. II ". ...
___ADVERTISE
; ---
LADY RODNEY
LADY ttWLMOm
UDY ilOD.NEY
.-At>1 NUaKN
NORTIIBOrND Airivr-
U'dM
IADY RODNTY ITlh Jan
l^DY NBtaSON 3rd rn
leADV RODNEY lh M-.t
laADY S1SI-SON 2UI .Mar
i.\U\ RODNSY Hih Apr
LADY NELaOM 8th At,
SAII.s Salli 8aU*
MON- Haiaa* BmU*
TKEAL
11th Jan. lth Jan
8th Twto. 10th Frb.
Uih Feb. ZTlh Tib
Mm ML.r ih Mar
11th Apr Hlh Apr
Arv .,,
do.
am j
M ,
Ui Uar
lth Jan 28th Jan.
Sf Mar. ISih Mar.
! Apr.
nth
> Hlh
4
sal? =
-eU fatted wiu. ecu .
hi applicaiUiD lo -
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. -
Al**,
lll-Na*_U)W 'CVa#lBton,' from lfl
rrbruarv ntualad at Worthln* In A*c
iili.- inadind to Onral Sa.nd. CtanUnin.
SiMit-n* Verarvdah. two atdM, Uu*a bad
rooenj. drawing and dinin* raooia. panu
o^t ofBcaa Oanvit* Dial M80
LoCaTpONOn-laa. wall known and
attracme aaaW Raort at Maw*U.
rr pwt-cular* apply Y D# Lm V Co..
>0. Broad Sa<. Prvon. M44
n l -avi
Fl-AT'Ocaan Bpray". B-wRlay. Ch
Ch Modarn. attuatad cm th.* 130 00
par month Dial aTM from Monday
ItElJaE \TIE-Stream. 3 lJ*drooiri.
Dtawina*. Dlninf room. Kltchan. Paiitrj
11.4th A Toilet Taaavnona MT8
REMOVAL NOTICE
1 SPRINGKB ilaadO'
tn* public thai :
.__ tutualed at 'Waal-
Spry Strort "oppnaita
Maaonlc LodE*'
1 1
iWSSSS^SSSSSASSSSSS*
VI III II SAIIS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
TeodtTi are invitfed for the supply of 80 tons of Skimmed Milk
Powdei- for use in the Public Elementary Schools of the Island during
the following school Terms:
1 8th May to 4th August, 1950.
2. 11th September > 8th December, 1950.
3. 8th January to 6th April. 195..
Persons tendering must quote prices, duty free, and the milk
musV be iupplied in containers holding not more than 50 lbs. of nulk
each. It is estimated that average fortnightly consumption will be.
3 to S tons.
Tenders muai* cover all requirements of the Schools during the*
periods mentioned above, and must be responsible for the milk being
in good condition when it Is supplied to the schools.
Tenders must be marked Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder"
and must reach the Colonial Secreifcry's Office not later than 12
i o'clock noon on Saturday, the 28th of January, 1950.
The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or
any tender.
8th December, 1949. 22.1.50in.
J Lei Uht your darkness
.Tnd 300 Candla P^'i^Ua. Tab
Lamp* and Torch Bulb* and Bi
.4-Tle-..
pTaUnoatDira
fOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR
BAGGAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFCETq
COBSUil ^
SMITH'S SHIPPING SERVICE
For Packing
For Shipping
Foi Insurance
For Preference
Representatives in all the principal Ports of the wn-u
PHONE 3QM ALEXANDER HOUSE, JAMB ST *
AUCTION
ra tn.u*r>. apply E
I'lau tatlOt
CAS-V-i -'
to, snail car. Stanwaj Sio ,
CAR* Ona> Ch*.ft>l
Fonl trHnwx 10 i. p A
lJ. Ap
tg> Ptvona B4S2
ISM. and On
. ... -
.1
thou-
,* dollar*
M..i>
i day
,S V II II ROOIEFORD.
Provoat Maranal. Aits
fovo.1 Marahali Ornca.
wr.m$
IMISONVI
TKUCK *ii
c, Juaa m lima for lb*
T Cornn.unla.la ua
UAWAf.*-. Dial MM ,
CAK-rWrd V?I
II. Spanaai. Kalvan
HILLMAN--IMS Modal Ej.calU.nl eon-
dition Lo tnUaaaSa Cola Co. Ltd..
'....- .!-* 141_a.
CAB -On. KBtaan Mm-
.! ov.n.liUon '8800 inMal
AfaM) l I> Davia Sanall Ridda Planla-
171.98an.
K Una Chaarolat

tha Mai-ST
-i Lucy
Mod)
" e arc hcrcb> v.amrd -a>ii'"
III to m> lla UlUM-rXT
noc Hindu a. I do na*
| nt-pon.ll.lr far hrr or any
..itM*1ln# *> *rbt or dcbti
ma uiiaoaa t> a wrtttm or^ar
fca*> "VsM Ji^TTH VMT.HAN
TaitU.
m Jimri
0 I *i
CABPord Prrtact 10 h p Ford Car
Bs ordar of tha lnaoranco Co.. 1 wUl
ril ai Mc fttaamay Co Ciarasaon
Ttda.v ITth lllpm FORD PREFECT
10 K P CAR damafiad m a*cidani
Trrma Caah R ARCHES MC UN-
Ill M I n
1NRESERVF.D AlCTION S.4.LE
HOUSE Monday IXrd. a* 1 P-
th Avenue Land. Board A Shi'isla houae SO x II a
h.i.hni. cloaat and aonvo p-ltna Trn
C-*h R Archat Mc Kcn.la SD.I.M-3n
WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
Owing to interruptions in the electric power supply, it is becom-
inx increasingly difficult to maintain the domestic water supply, which
partly relies on this power for pumping.
The public are hereby requested to exercise extreme care in the
use of water and to report immediately any leakages in basins, lava-
tories, standpipes, etc.
Unless this co-operation is given immediately, it will be neces-
sary for the Government to impose water restrictions until the elec-
tric supply position has improved. 22-1.502n.
SOMETHING NEW!
A t'seful Combination
THE NIRAN"
Propelllnf Pencil and Cig-
arette Llfhter An ideal
Gilt for the "Smoker
tt ftAU
LIGHTlMi
Chmax Electric Genera-
tors (Petrol operated) hu
Volts 2.75 KVA Secure
one and overcome your
liahtina difficulties.
8 COURTESY GARAGE.
Dial 4616.
\DVERTISE
EVENING
ADVOCATE
Publisbrd every Monday
with an lnrreaaina clreuia-
Uon every week.
. 01 I VN I" "I" WITH
CONFIDENCE
Whan you loam to Read
AWMITIIT FLANS
Write HLUKEIoEY LESLIE
Church Street. Sjnaasntttown,
St. IWn
21.1 50 In
St. Vfncant. Sarilns MonC iw
Jonuary.
The Schoonar "En*
will aecapt Cnrgo and
for Trinidad Saiilns "'
Tha M V. Ilaerwqoa-
aorapl Cargo and --laarni.. -
eU. St. VlneenTCrls-!
safltw
lurnishin
*ra haraoy wl"^ R"?
aivlnM credJi lo my wllo SBBLEJNA |
MAlT* AOARD .ne* lhtoni aa I do
not hold myarlf rMponaibla lor bar or.
.nyona elae oonlnactlns any debi tar I ume., b* a wrtitan order
me
gpa*8 ICafaWV AOAatS
Manarrii.e
St Philip
B.I.M
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
On Tueeday Mth, by order Ol Dr
I-r-mafd HuKon. we will veil KM Fumi
Ian a) tha Pine U.aaiocK liaUon. which
inrlude" -
-ihle eat St, I'ptlshl Chain
Ornament Table*, very aood LounS
Chair* with canvaa back* a eat*. Cock-
ail Cabinet, all In Mahogany, Comer
Settee, Rug*. Card Table*. Qlau and
China. Flaled Tea Sorvice. Dinner and
Tea hatrvtcaa. hingav lewing Maehine..
Electric Hot Plata. Tnaatar and Iron,
ainunona Single Bed*lead and Bprina
with Dunlopillo Mattraaa. Single Oak
Beditaadi, apnnsa and Daap-Sloep Bad*.
Mahogany and Pine Drouing Table..
large Painted Pine Preea. Deal Table-,
hen Drigiiea Kitchen Utei.-
iiU. 3-Burner Valor Oil Stove aril othar
itame
Sale llti o'elocVi Termi Csah '
PART
ONE
ORDERS
I ipnl.-fol J. Cauell, oa.E.. E.D..
Commandin..
The Barbados Regiment.
2 i ui so.
HIMHI
TKUCK l-cdcr.. Tn.. jwd con-
W App'- C H Jtm < I ''"-
llaai. l-laana 84J. _________' "
M'sTOB CVC1* Tw
kn boon ahop oiled and are tnere-

P lOewUi* i n i m> -Sn
LLECTRiCAL
! SV| cubic It
1848 tilr.
M- M I
HELP
WAWnDl Young l*dy will

Apply In wrHins
IfaWaMtMg Oo LM
lo 1 J
1 SO Ti:
rtltee Salary Md 80 to PJ 00. Ih-pei
...spllcaiit mutt aaiutue duller
n III rebniary Appi> In peraon wiu
. i men application lo too SevreUij
Bay Blroat
BRANK
TKOTMAN A CO.
Atictlonaer-
S0.1 80.-n
tjmUTlUC WAMU
Set.. Canadian SltOOft Ca*h CouMety
e "
BTOVK; QIC
Thavmoatnuc Contra! Oven. U\
t. odrlloti, ono >oaf old |1M 80 no ojfan
ll-nci-oll. loaw*!! Airport nvoo*
ucRTDia Pi-tjrra
Oeeairralura Petrol ooaratatl
Son,
Uamde DUI 44M.
Courte* 3
MLCHAMCAL
ICYCLfKS. Harculoa SUear KIM- a*.
IMll. aU alt. In Creon and In Dirt*
A barnaa A Co Ltd Dial **:
Vt IMI It
MAN Pionu
Able to inttal. maintain and
burnei Apply Monday n-rni
ina at Wail Indian Kniltlng Mill*.
Call. .liie St
a I M In

Q-MMI Hou-e Bapari
cmed m praparins Balad.. s kkM MM
try Pudding. eU' eaaenlial I
'i.ocate Advortltliis Dapl
S3 I i
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
By mttrucliona from Mra. Vego. whi
. ir.ting ihe uland. 1 will ll her entire
o) ill hoUQaabold Furniture al bet resi-
dence 'ClatMlon,'' Coral Saadt Oap
Chn.t Church, on Thuraday next tha
Mth January, beginning at I o'cloca.
hich include: Rocking and Armchairt.
fable with glaan top. Round Table.
Couch, one Emerton Short and Long-
wave Radio. Dining Room Table with
Sideboard. Larder, one
,11.1 Oil Stove. Kitchen Table. Buck
... Ilediteadi with Spring and Mat treat!*.
Wardrobe, Dretung Table. Clock, and
Other lln,i ol intereat Termi Cath
D-ARCY A SCOTT.
a)utSSsaJagjg
II IM 4n
ad by Dvglii
i-JD v girl agie rune month
Mult lime lefarencet and be tilling
Apply Box 33 C o Advo
AilMg Departmeni I
PARADES TRAINING
All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1700 hours
on Thursday 26 Jan 50. The instructors' tests will continue.
TiMtre will bt a voluntary parade for officers under the R.S.M.
(I > from 1715 1815 hours on Monday 23 Jan 50.
There will be a voluntary parade for NCOs from 17001800
hours on Tuesday 24 Jan. 50.
Recruit parades wil be held on Wednesday 25 and Friday 27 Jan.
50. at 1645 hours. Only those recruits who have already been
notifled by letter will attend.
INSPECTION
There will be an inspection of short puttees and hoactops for
all ranks under company and platoon arrangements.
ORDERLY OFFICER AND SERJEANT FOE WEEK ENDING
30 JAN. 5.
SiA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE
Hastings, Barbados
lliih Class. Cuisine.
Comfortable Beda.
Fully Stocked Bar
RATES:
$5.00 per day op
(Inclusive)
Apply:
MANAGER.
Orderly Officer
Orderly Serjeant
Next for duty
Orderly Officer
Orderly Serjeant
'or fcnle-MCo/tfo'
.. m eas Ik p *"
lighting A B
EG4IS Pura Brad New llaninthiro
< WOO per Dorm Dial 83M
18 1M Sn
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
UN Thiuiday Mlb by ordar ol Mian
O.ive apanre wa will ae41 bar fiativllure
I, Olive Dale, Marina Qvdatui
which Irnludet
Stream Una Morrla Butt*, SaUa;
Ann CKalre wllh Sprlik. Cvahiona. or-
n-marw and Writing Tablet. Saoaboord.
upiight ClaBir* and Itockort all In Ma
hogeity China Cnbinel. PaliiUngt. fcaat
J.idinlere.. Verandah Chair* and Cock'
tail Table. In green Consoleum. Ulaaa
Ware Tt. and COafe* rrvlce*. Plated
M.at Olia8a, SiiTunoaia Badalead -nU
Sfinngt. Deep Bleep Mat Irenes. Mah,.g
ri i tn and Itnrtaiiig Tablea. PaUilad
I'm. Cedar CJtaal of Drawar*. Itnvti
Cot. Eaiainol Top Table. Uaidei. 1 Bum
041 Stove. Electnc Hoi put.
T...,.tcr and Iron and Mix in attar: Oar-
den Tool, and other Item*
Thla fiimiture It modrrii and in pet'
lert condition
Sola II 41 octocfc IVrma Caah
I1RANKKB TRO-VAN A Co
Auctaonoert
ui w-m
FURNITURE
Hi Settee tl BSaU
Morrkt Boctur A., at
asatai T>b.
, all trch tatt*e OB Kiut.
KOI-STEIN COW To l
, a pit n ilk -
Appv Mra t I. Ward. Bai.a Ha.
lx.AC. ^ aw ILI "I*"
H'lRSaV <-he*tlin
niclicr Connel
n.e atanagei
A Co SDB Roetnajk Si
II 1 W-Jn
FKLSLDOM ntOM FIRE UiaUl a I
root Bale with doon eacured b>
ctttnbinauon lock: Bui table lor ohVe oi
ie Seture your tecorda Contact
S BRYDCN A SONS tfl dot' 1 id
1J 11 as Two. m, Sun t
iviac
Lieut. C. E. Neblett
235 Sjt. Quintync, K.
Lieut. J. M. Cave
233 Sjt. Blackman, A. L. O.
M. L D. SKEWES-COa-C Major.
S.O.L.F. & Adjutant,
The Barbados Regiment.
NOTICE
The monthly Mess Meeting of the Oflleers' Mess will be held on I
Saturday 18 Jan. 50 at 2015 hours. Honorary members may |
attend at 2045 hours.
HOLIDAYING IN ILt
ALL information regarding
delivery of a Vauxhail car
for your use in the U.K. can
be supplied on application to
Robert Thorn Ltd., Courtesy
Garage. Dial 4618.
IT 111 In
FOR SALE
A newly built BUNGA-
LOW in Nelson Road, Navy
Gardens, 3 large airy bed-
rooms, Verandah, Drawing
and Dining Rooms, Tiled
Kitchen with built-in cup-
boards Tiled Toilet and
Bath, running water in all
bedrooms. Garage, 2 Scr-
rata**V rooms with toilet and
bath. Standing on 8,000 to.,
ft. of land. No reasonable
offer refused. Dial 4321
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
21.1.502n.
FURNISH HOME
OR OFFICE
ran vour Money Saving Ban
Wardrobe*. llreiter-roOej. Um
Prea.ce. Gay VanlUat. S*ee
Dtiiiis Tablet, nerlelnatli a*
Witthrtand*. Nishtchair CaaaV.
Hat and Shot and Towel ~
ores, nssass
Inln*._I^chaon. laatr p
Vtomi Kumitura, Ituga
>nad FUnutura, IttiekUC
.in.iiig. Herbica, UprtsM. IB
nd Tub Chair*, Sotlaat.
Sjr- Brilliant lull-long a
"" M x 11 at MM.
l.s. mm
Traialaar St Dial W
REAL ESTATf
...!.
(ti and lit theeta, from SIM and SIM
f :,tt. A BARN BE A Co lid
Dt. tea* mm u i sa-i i n
(.Al.VA
I l>. M and M 1^*4' Apply
rrafaltfar Street. Phone MM
f 1TTINGSOaJeanlmS pipe
men H in. to IS* tat PI
\ liar net a Co Lid.
JMilKTS Whotaaala -i Stoie
It I ln
MJSCELLANtOUS
BOALal Ont n< F- 'I- f4S8l I
Stale Never -eed Apply Mnatr,
BJOAU LBBAM ekiale It.--. Apply S*atttttrintri plantation St 1 1 -T.r Manaaat II I to Sn




". BBtl tlnlv

tl 1 M 3n
AMiqUXB at ovare il-ttcripUon Olaan.
Chin* old JawoJa, Ana BUvar. Waigr-
1-Qlou.t. raib booka. Ifarpa. AutOgJtPba,
ew at Oairttttpat Antique Bhap. atLoto.
ing Royal Yacht Club.
II M
etc A 88c
IT I M ISn
HOUaat and SHC*P--S<^,^^* 1* J*v
rt ol Land 8Jtap dartatehed Warn M a
M rov-orad with Qal Inn Kouae con
laii>t Uvlnf and Badroomt Dining
nd breaXfaat roorna Verandah aide and
ront Bath. TolVet Kitchen and out
itVcea Apply B A William* upper
lank Htll Croaa Bd or S II fhee.
; H pp*aSs*MtJ
I.1XO.N A BLADON, tpavialUe u, al
better claat orupacty and land Wa have
houaoa tar ui, in oil good reeadentiai
anrat IWkitty. Marina Oaedan. Hatt
IBA Nav-v O-rdont. Top Berk Maxwell.
CV-attt. Bt Latrrance Oap. St Jamet.
Bt Pater, etc D4XON A IADUN Be.)
E-l-tte Aftnl*. AuclJonttara Bur*iora.
PlanUtloM Buildtetg. Phoite MM
SHOP Ona (li Datable coaled board
...V Shingled Shtip. tiUwIwd at Btatlon
Hill. Bt Michael In good condition
Applv lo Tho Manaaer, Pitcher Connell
V CO U>I M. II. tt Roebuck St
SI I M> -Ai
VX WRING HOUSE A modern
PurtgoUow. four bedroom, two both*,
elartrloKy. water, on the tea. oai private
bathing beach. I', ncroe ol Ian* \age-
l-bie Garden. S milee from Brldaetoor.
ai Garden. M Jamoa Enquiry Sandy-
Itelda Bt Ptrtar. Pttone 81-M or at Ua
pretnlaet Garden. M
1
low. CJ.1S0
MAXWELL COAST
Thiee
Batow.
Bjn
Delishtrul t_.
the Ban. *U
TOP BOCK
Modem Thjntt Bod-m
mjw eU fiita
All with |
Ms-nth.
'THE WOLD. ttli
Garden*, with about 10.880 equaro foot
il land will be oAored (or tale at the
,flke ol Ihe uritWrUaned on Thurtdoj.
the titd day of February. IBM at 1 pnt.
Tin, tirehold dwellinghoiiae conUina
salaMV. I public loom*, kitchen and
pantry on ground Boor and S hift.Ba*s.
bath etc on Aral Bone.
Electric, gat and water aervlcee
Ina houae hat recently bean renovated
and dtkcorotod and It in excellent condi-
tion
Inspection by appointment with Mra.
H, B Bynoe Dial 8110
Further paiUcubHi and condition* ol
tale apply to
COTTLg. CATFOBD A CO .
Bolicitora
llLM-lliv
PnoPBMTY Near Club Morgan.
Otphnm. Ch Ch conjUllng of hall
-ere of laotd HA Uaae-klln of IBM
bU. cttttorRy tin...... May be tnapecM
by aiyttlylna to M Danialtty. Brlttana Hill
For prkco and laerna m*c Apply .c
Gilbert Millar. Ittti Villaafe Bt Jame*
Ml In
CA1UN MOTOR LAUNCH
tnd bratv StteA throutBttyul
wllh S h p Cray Marino Engine Foi
luither partKuUra apply lo E A ROtM
n.iee Hotatoa Pactory. Bt Philip
II I M-tVt
CARTS- Two Crank Carte and Har-
l The Mar.
I
31 I M An
Street M 1 M An
BINE AbaortMna atnaaMMna aaroe
, fret* taua-
. J al all lead.ng Dtug^Mrea.
THE BANYANS Wllh the land
tt-eirio. conUinlnd 4 Acrea 1 Rooda. M't
Per,-hen. altuate al Upper Bay Street
St MarBwel lda.ll, tunable Bar da-
tikioroeni aa a BtOldlng EtUtr
IntpectUtn any day except Sundaya
between the tieura of I M a m and II K
am and p tn. and 8 p tn on applt
cation to Mr Ibannie Oltlttna on a<
. ,, tjsai ii-i wtt
The *bo*e pmprrlj will be aft uo> for
Sale at out- CHBce Ho IT High Strae .
ISrldaaxown on Friday M *oj U
February IBM. at t p.tn
r i-artu ulari and Condition*
rest BAia oat atsarr raiiar
St JWo, OH Flaarlauaai lataas* i
., u L.S.afl.l etat t\r flaUUa.
Apply lo trafeabaw Coma**,
........IHIIIt
WANTED
Clean Old Kali
ADVOCATE PRSSS ROOM
HllllllllllI'M.......f
^^^y^W-vw-V
IT IS GOOD VALUE//
SILXVtA imn in. i him
In W'klte, G.ld. Pink and Blue at 11.35 per yd.
STUN, RAYON In White. Cold. Green a Brown al Mr. pee yd.
trCN LINEN In White. Grey. Gold a Raae at 11.20 per yd
Crease Reessttni and Shrunk Proof
TWO FAVOURITES
nners
BLENDED IN
Distinctive Flavour)
FALERNUM LIQUEUR
Drink The Best
A SO.MS l-TI.
Iatltt*8
FOR SALE
The undersigned will offer For Sale at their OB*!*^
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 21th day of JMuaU,
Th'rDwcUIng House called -CARLDIEaT **(,
therelu conuvinlng 10,770 square feet, situate on la* "
of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church.
Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunts,
ton," Mmwella Coast. Dial &S57. _j. -
For furJier particulars and conditions ot aaue, -v
COTTLE, CATFORD : CO, M j
BELL
CONSIUCTION C.
UMKUSttSiTitnOIIS
a
aestlraalcs and Plans prepar-
ed for aU Types of Buildings,
avstaairasnd AlWrstions.
shom 1100
ROADWAY iiius> siior
>OIII I
The Public generally u requested to note that in
view of the anticipated arrival of the Tourist steamer
"Mauritania" on Saturday 28th init:
OUR si OKI WILL CLOSE I >K Till
WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY ON THURS-
DAY J8TH 1.NST AT 12 SOON INSTEAD
OF SATURDAY oHTH INST.. ON WHICH
DAY WE WILL REMAIN OPEN IF
NECESSARY UNTIL 5 P.M.
C.F. HARRISON & Co.,
(Bdos.j LTD.
>nATI RDAV. !8TH JANUARY AT 1M l"Jt
FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
At II \/\ I UiiiMi KN
Bbhop's Court Hill
Wa are imUucted by Mra. I. M BARBXRA and oiA*rs
the followm- valuable Furniture sad
,o-UWl*
< D,
Chair
,^Taaltw-'-2
''sail' I ..-|rtvt* ramva r sat ?,., a.^'*"*
Sideboard. China Cabinet, laiae Geni i
?rniaiBMl Tablet, Dining Chai
ker*. Oreating Tablet, WaahtUndt, Chctt of Dratrera,
drobet iall Mahosanyi. .-piece Morn. Suite. 0\mrtt
modern de-.gn Modem DnotllM Table and Sb-ol. -
Single Badt . Mattretaaa. Oallery ^TiJ!w C*Z
Pwoaos .all tir.,,. Dttl Tablet, painted Child'. Preaa. S-i 1UC
larsei. painted Playpen. 1 High Chan., Singer Setting "J^-SttJI
Oil Slove wllh Oven. 1 .one-borneri Stove. r''"'tJ.rtT"*Sgf
-rge Quantity Glanawgre. Silver, China. Kilchei. "Tj,, gal "
Folding Step.. Trunk.. Sullcaae*. Tool.. Toy*. Laddent. Btiaxt.
othor inlaretllng itania.
VIEWING 2 p.m 5 p.m. FRIDAY 27TH JANUAt
MORNING OF THE SALE SATURDAY. -8th J*
AUCTIONEERS:
DIXON t&
Phone 4640
BLADO?
II \M'%TIO>-*


SUNDAY, JAMAKV 22. 1950
Kiss Me Sugar
A Scene In Two Acts
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE FIFTEEN
By George Huntc
{HMMWMMMMMtMM
NOTICE
5; GiV/s Friendly Society 5
\ ANNUAL S...
*!?fr..-i.. .....
'''- --.-'-.i-.-y,-.-
For MA HI. SAND.
GARDEN MOULD.
I I.IME.
Dial 4503.
\rt I. Srene 1.
TWF: P" '-LiqKiaar.on
o/ the Britlah Em-
pire.
SCENE: A large room in
BttflciTitfham Palace.
In the centre of the room
juke-box plays "Gel
mr poefcet A*U of nuts.
Bulk-Buyer Number one.
ikotM listlessly around
the room which is pla-
carded 10 i t h enormous
maps showing areas still
threat fl ned by the
groundnut plant.
* i: And they laughed at me
once. They wanted me
to grow pound nuts they
i All it needed m
tune. Tuna and money
(He strokes his moth-
eaten sports jacket and
ilicks a nutshel on to the
door). What do you
want ?
In i arliwle II;..
',--','-''-',
I
noyod. I've got my job to , vT'&.ST."i^' ** -CK- mmittmi
do. And my instructions *" "' *K SS* Hart.' ca'rf- T^'"?,,? sTT-^ "i^
are Australia fa*, South w"r^ ^V^- K %Z ^-^^-^ at-^il AWB"
Africa second. West In- u.v t r: ** Mv n***- Rasc Copinaa,. m n- .. c.pi
dies third. Mauritius and
Fiji also ran. It's too bad
Jones. We really hav*
known each other long
enough to let the handle
go. That's right my dear
chap. Yes: let me have
few figures and we'll
cable these governors.
Yes, Jones there
Radai
AMIVAl |
Pacific Star. . 4SS t.
Ca|f
Wall.
I S Alma Pram*. J.M1 mrm rwU Capt
Moraan, Asenla: Da Con*. I
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
tSEfuEf wlW.Ki, LlSUii.^ mnmu.lj.1, Toy.l. SB. OHM. 3.8 ma. Ship?.,
n..J..; RETSf """ """"i" "" e/I pon Phim,. u D.10.. ji il
lUrMdo. Co, SUh_ llo. ,s ^.,W.P,. IS SobMI S S
. J nolh- .phrr. s 1 Detscas, ss. s. will,,*.. v, " infj.r.5oS; is V?
Ing to worry about Nev- M-.O--* a..i vurju,,.. ss caSTa. Co.TsS8 .,,". s
rnante!
nZavtBu!"" >""K""i" ssisrsSit-5ss.,;;:
JOHN PLEBS: i Bringing his arm
down from the ctrctt.ar
salute and kicking the
did not know that Sir
Stafford was a great
friend of Mr. Manley?
Really Mr. Jones. Rut at
course Manley wU] win
LMTC It to me . (He
bangs the door and Mr.
Creech Jones pushes the
bel.. fh,. West Indian
delegates walk in. They
seem tired but there Is
,-il. S lonlar
1 lin. S S Rarllanr. SS. Fmo Rraill, S
Ploiw-i-r SS \Bno.ir. ivf, ^s Uormar Dawn, a Qur.
latlo Ik*. S.S. Maim..
Ml
ilbaW llarri*
i Ufa I J"a>
ABRIVAI-S^By 11 W.I A L
....... From Trinidad: Lionel Lew ._..- .......---------------------
Still a Spark of hope This <"*<"* R.ma ChrlU. Narotan Dayaljl. Harold Blatiop. Mr. Arrtii
dies When.) AnoimMt. Uatut*. UaoriB Bryant. Piia.Mm.iri-----
Liab. Bryant. ClWiaa Prt-raon. ChMle. 'erday by T C A
door shut Urtlh his left ud rRFFCII invra -i Richards Ckwla Daab. John Laahlay. ^"r- ** *>" Kenneth QUai. air
- t in. lUtfctli JONES sajs: "! am wuuam llunte Samuel Colt. Anne Coll "eorse Ooodlellow. Mr John Macara,
sorry gentlemen. Very For Antigua; John Bradihaw. Rev SP- J?*. tgW,' *H; Jfffflftlf!!*1*
B i: 1
ounbool).
Boss. Big Bulk Buying
Boss. It's wet outside
and the fog's got me in
the throat. Your honour
wouldn't 'ove a cup of
tea, would you? I
thought not. Thanks.
I've bad my nut-water
to-day.
; And you liked it of
course.
sorry You do realise how "" '"" "' "~, oin. wn- Mp.Mw - ""*>?' >"*'
----------------.. r^ixn-. ."iiai.au mi
Mr. Strachey not to go to Stephen shoui.
Africa just now. I really
had hopes. Yes ... let us
know if you can accept
his offer. We have always
lan Shoul.
Trinidad.
raaaenaem arnvma 'rom Bermuda >e-
l.-rdav by T.C.A. wcie
Mr. Michael SulherUnd. Mr. Cornellu.
V.in Work. Mr and Mr. Harold Weller
There were (our (kaasen.ert, inUanall
IP,
Of course. Yer honour
had better read this.
11 (Turns off the juke box
and 'its high squeak),
voice is heard for the
first time over the din.)
Wt* have hud enough
of it. Nuts we mean.
If this is democracy, we
blankcty blankpre-
fer wot we 'ad wneti
King George was King
and not just a prisoner
in the Palace. If you
can't give us sugar in
our teawot vou calls
teawe will soon show
you who rules this coun-
try. Signed IRISH
P.GSBODY chairman
of IB million skirts.
Who wears the pants ?
we do!
(Curtain)
Act 1. Seene 2.
From Jamaica: Mt. N C Lawnon. Mr
Thoma. Wella. Mr. Flla-Herbert Bell,
Packman.
M,.. Elite llinh-on. Mr. "ttUiuS*ItmT aCu3a7"ia>t. ta*t
tried to do AU* ht (r Don* Sco" Mr Soo""m MtM^.r;.,,iri from Montreal to Bermuda,
.ma to ao our Dest for nataek Mohammed. Mr. Edna Phillip-. i^awnl i,v TCA %e.terday for To-
> on Chaps in the Colonies. Mr Martin BlacKman. roasa - Mr John Fell CUrk.
I've leamt a lot about r' Antigua: Dt Dean KleMin. Mr. !-.>r ikrrmitda: Mr. Randolph Le. Mr.
them since r-M hoH -hiP Eugenie Noland. Mr. John McBeth. Jlvd M John Robert'. Mr Edwin Wll-
w 2?" thlS K* 1-^ : Ch,m" Nathan. *, Mg*wr A. Wllaon.
JOD. ITn your friend you Mttr. Slaun Nathan. Ml** Nellie Strel- For Trinidad. Mr. Arthur Coohe and
know. If only I had anv '* Mr" Ir*"* S""Jk,w- **'f Rou M' Jame. Wllaon.
influence. But you canft To1""- Mr Humb*'1 Tort"- "^ Joh' H"1"" "**" "" *aaai uttehatr-
i>e a good secretary for
Colonies and keep up
with the party you know.
I am a Cabinet Minister
but it means little more
than a K.C.M.G. for .1
Governor. There has o
be a little puff and splash.
and do ask the Barbados
Adrocafe not to
hard on us. We did try our
best. A poor best did you
say gentleman? Well nev-
er mind. There's alwa.s
nuts Nuts-Nuts.
The room fades and we
Mf Hie Bulk Buyer No. I
lying flat on his face
while the Juke Box
fjjnewT 1'J-i'J ii -"""i u-ith a red
through the red eye
box.
Is European Recovery
Hampered By American
Protectionism ?
PARIS (By Mail).
AN EDITORIAL in the independent I'ans Monde,
signed by Jean-Paul Roux, claimed that 'friction" between
the O.E.E.C. countries and the U.S. is mounting because ol
"American protectionism."
Roux asserted that European to deal with, might oc
*hneks NUTSNUTS recovery has reached the crtl wiped out by American
point where the need for an in- investment,
crease in Western Europe's ex- IMtiggiRK Deficits
ports to the dollar area has However, Roux admitu
Hushed with American interests, plugging up of deficits with tbo
Calling for the O.E.E.C. tout.- export of surpluses presupposes
MM to adopt a "franker true convertibility of currencies
attitude" towards the U.S.A. which docs not exist and. in anj
NUTS.
Aet 11.
IT TOPS
THEM all
in
FLAVOUR
and
QUALITY
?
ALLEYNE
ARTHUR'S
SPECIAL RUM
'''''''''''''-'-*-'-'-''-'-'-'-*-'-'-'-'-'-'-*'-'-.'.-.-.-..-..-,-.-.-.-,-,-,-,,-.-,.'
VISIT the beauty ipot of the iiland
lilll.i: WATER HOTEL
BATUMI* HA
This newly erected modern hotel is siiur.ieu In t;ie
mot.t picturesque part of the island.
UllilloM ,i; RESERVATIONS
Ii'oms with or without private bath etc. V.'e specialise
in Fish imd Lobster Luncheons. Wei.
The jo-i tti d" ngngtmi nt u eheosmg TOVR
OWN NXQ.

I Diainoifh in 'lit h(n'i\I tout ittu>t
nodi i D <1. ItfTtU,
tutmiiimg th< grrt'ewi of

CORRUGATED GALVANISED SHEETS.
For the first time In a long
time, Six-foot and Eight-foot
sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64.
and Top Grade... BUT HURRY!!I
A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
55S=53S53|
Samples ol Hi,, followini; Mauazim-s dir SiihscriptiolK. I
i an he seen at:
JOHNSONS STATIONERY.
I'ICTOKIAI, EDUCATION; WOOIIWOKKKK
MUSIC TEACBBB (llll.l) EDUCATION
TEACHKKS IVOKL1I AKT \M) CRAFT
V.iu are also invited It) UMaaM Hie runue oi BtBM
I'iiiiihil; llrnshes .itisi iiuened by
Scene same a$ ACT I.
(Bulk-Buyer rijei jfou'l]/ on hii
skates, su'lldu's uQ the juke box
I Tm so^orrfT augm US tann' an** "" f ,"en lhe 01EC- c"^'
never to have used that arbitrary" U.S. customs practices He also pointed out that th<
word It's undemocra- co"'d boost European exports to development of exports and th
tic! (He bou-s 'o an nn- ,he us- b>' *<* I*r eent. employ of old and dollar resour.-
imaptnary audience). H recalled that before 1914 es to achieve a common end exacts
Skirts. After t w o American industry was able to a degree of international co-opera-
years diet of nuts. Who protect itself against European tion that has not yet been attained.
knows what might have competition and create n vast Roux went on to warn that
happened to them? Look home market with a high tariff failure to meet and remedy these
at me. Oily, wet and wall. problems would cause a snow-
hard as nails. I can't tell Hut. he complained, protection- balling catastrophe. It would, he
whether I'm eating husks iM11 |1JS remained very ajlVa m wOi stari <>tf with rinsing of
or nuts. If only I hod ,h* us an3 if Amnri'ran n.ii.iir tinonclal and commercial b
Mr. Jones ? You are
OabtOOt Minister aren't
ymi 0 never seem to read much
about you. except of
course when there are
nots in
places. Colonies I think
Stupid
word, isn't it ? And who
pie? You
doot *) Surely Mr.
Jones the climate could
no! bava made them
White in BUCh ; short
No, Mr. Jones I
don't believe it and I'm
sure Mr. Strachey will
hack mr up. These boys
couldn't cOTM from the
West Indies. Sun's tc*
hot there. They would
have to be much darker.
hipid Mi
fa i,d them away.
Oi better still tell them
to come bank in the
autumn. We/t i
some Austrnilani and
South Africans along as
well. Yes. of course wc
promise to give you
what you want. Cer-
tainly Mi. Junes. I say
Isn't it topping about
East Africn. They do say
that if Mr. Bn
spends any more mil-
lions then we shall know
what to do with the
nuts. Ah, but you want
to ask mc about sugar.
Alright for the tropics I
suppose. Personally
isc it.
No. Mr. Jones, sugar is
a luxury, Well, good-
: Jones. Till the
autumn Remind me to
come and have | rh.it
about rubber one day.
j
'tnt Mr. Creech Jones.
" tfejesh/j Secretary
of Mate for the Colonies
foiloued by the members
of the British Writ /-
awn Snaer dci.gafiosV
(Curtain)
I* I. Seene 3.
Ett.r Mr. Iiuttamante).
Dd you fix it?
tome i umu
5ound of happy girlish
laughter and lies? the
sound of a cricket ball
being smackfd for six. I
(Exit top. Reappears on
bottom on ulidinu stage, i
me pink.
George. King, that Las-
relics boy. Queenie. they
are all there. I'm going
down (o see.
"Your Majesty Forgive
me'. Citizen George!
would you let mr Into
the sr. iet ? Gerald, who
la Gerald? Your nep-
hew? Barbados? Sugar?
(a hacking cough bent
the Bulky Buyer double)
You got a large supply
sent over from Goddards
when Gerald was there '
But the last bag runs out
-to-day. So you are
having a family party to
celebrate ? Your MA-
JESTY. But of course:
The way is still optn "
For my successor per-
haps '. For me there is
Iris. I won't be much
good after that, I'm
afraid. Well just one
glass. So this was sugai
REAL SUGAR. Your
Majesty I have an ap-
pointment with Ins. I
may not get out of it
alive but there Is one
WILLIAM FOGARTY LID
L It only 1 hod ,,. ,.s. .!,-. 11 Ainen'con public- K"5gS i""1 '......'."""' I'""",s
igor! Wot'< that? plnlon d0Mn., reconnire the ob- '> J^""* 222" ,
'.'.'..""'J".' -Iiulotho, I, impose, European "f ,"!"..,A
risk an
lion
h. nT i*K ompeim.m considerolions ot re-
rerover, the U.S. and Eurnp, JQ ^^ ^......,v,rlll>lMtv
impasse. would be out ol qinMon
i up f.iirop,, s dollar Th0 ,., ,|na,. ,|(,n(.it
M In 1B52, when Morhall lauWe to be covered bi In i
Plan Aid Ii Ktwduled to end, u nporta or Inenand Anwican In-
follows: \, stmeuls. wnulfl wdgh ..u Euro-
Imporls S3.20O.0OO.OOO. I an nunayi and ronlrlbute to
K\|...ii.-SI,200.000.000. ibe m.slabilil\ ,,f the European
1 Illicit$2,000,000,000. r, n,,ti,v
1. The reduction of Amariean if Emoucan eounniai are uo*
tiiriir, mid ravurion ,i cue- abla to develop then exp,
loan rid toiM- whldi coul' llu' u s- Ihe caotlnuatlon ot Mar-
increase Europe's imports *ball Plan Aid would I-
to the rs. In M pa, cent ',v """a alo leared that ihe
or $600,000,000. development of exports to dollar
The sale ot European sur- marketi would languish at the
pluses to the dollar mork-'t '"Pense of exports to more pro-
outside the VS. which lit*',lc, " '""-encj narleM
should net an additional "f ln"'ed on the necessity for
^s^s^rssz ^-srti^Tn^eS. a
INC. IN 3.C.
CONTINUES TO
UPHOLD
THE TRADITIONS OF
FINE TAILORING
To-day, as ever beiore - -
FOGARTVS is in the lead with
up-to-tlie-minuto Styling (or
Men's Suits.
High quality Workmanship and
attention to details carried to
perfection.
OKI il I, YOUR NKXT SUIT
now:
We have the Kinest Selection ot
Suitinca in Stock.
2.
1.
trade balances with the
U.S. must
aliie thot their
Wnti
'. \ 11 :ones savs it's
WA: pood. rm olt ,r ,hi,
lection. Cnll mo if rail
"eed me. Goodbye Mr.
Jones. (Shol.-rs hands and
rxir.)
Arl II.
Aft the King and the
Cricket party lades a
platform rises slowly
and Mr. CREECH
JONES wearing
morning trousers and
a frock coat and spats
enters with Mr.
BUSTAMANTE on
one arm and the Hon.
H. A. CUKE on the
other. A West Indian
dance band plays
KISS ME' SUGAR".
YOU MUST READ
The Case of . .
"The Royal
Mail"
In Tomorrow's
Sflafftftft Evening Advocate
to be
traae Oiiiaiices win me dollar market by *-, J^STafcTa?S^^^Tu
tain S6O0.OO0.0OO to S,00.- ( th0 fture u up ,/lhe us
. ^ ..._______ hc concluded, to praclice a pol-
1. IIH remaining Ss00.000.000 ley conforming to their unique
delicti, a nun much caster position. < % Ala
MILLIONS OF RABBITS
"S............ !
as a istralia s summer grows themand federal government*
thing. You will? Thanks "oiler, uncounted hordes of rab- hert> have always passed the
Majesty. Thanks a mil- bits are swarming acros* the problem back to the states,
lion. Will you ask Mr. continent's pastures. The most promising way of
Jones to forgive me? In November, agriculture ex- keeping rabbits down has been
He was always telling perts estimated them nP the 'he wirenetting method. A pr..-
me you couldn't make hundreds of millions. Now, har- perty is sub-divided with fences
sugar out of nuts. ned farmers talk in terms of * then systematically cleared
'Exit Bulk Buyer No. I.) .housands of millions Actuelly Wllh P";wn, traps and digging.
nc one knows how many rabbits Bul ,h* fences have broken down
Australia has, but what th*-y wi,r* wartime neglect and now
do is a national problem
Every 10 rabbits cat as much
* * *- <-a4 as iiiui.I1 > ,. |
sheepand nothing man has "". 1<^:r
there is not one per cent of the
wire-neeuing needed to tackle
i-ti'ni of rabbits on the
move has been told by Francis
SSl!!1"'.. ?""* b'olo,i"1- ""*
Only when , have slrlpped \^''\^ ST*
done so tar has stopped their
onward rush. Eveiv tiw week:
they produce fresh litters
,y TJa- AUTUMN
'ones, ,flp j hand)
"KlAI..in ,, MINISTKY
HI Ii,,,,,
1 Bishop of Bar-
'.h Ivor
vJmos resigned from
'he Socialist Partv. so did
lf>rd Milvcrton and what
"T' oay doesn't really
l know. Take
"e Australians, Austra-
" btg. you know. But-
-. around-
"0 ton, , Australia'
fr^/""."-^'1 '"' "

nil.
a property of feed will they leave. ^,h,'" ,he "^ "VS1"1
Then their mad rush make, a ee.m*d '",??" ,Th'"
swarming carpet of brown and " w" nllrt UP ln ' """'
rey across the dusty land,
The fact is." savs the Svdnev """ lon* be'or' "" I*n
Daily Jfu-ror". "he rabbit ha, h3.d "" ?*? '",""' '"" "' ""'
nearly lot ua i>caien '""ln, w"h r"l'b". 'he bottom
The belter the season. Ih- ?"" '.'' crushed and snv.i
woree is the rabbit menace. Thc" 'ht' **">" '"" Paawd on
Droughts kill them by the mil- ".v''r ,hc P"e of corpsea and cor-
llon but always a tew survive, 'mued going southward.
And when rains bring the grass, - .
the rabbits appear again. An- ... Thc corpses were piled
other good season this year phli '"'' '"P "nd rhbiU vere climb-
wartime and postwar neglect, has m* over them and tumbling down
brought one of the worst rabbit "*? o'her side. The rabbit]
plagues ever might as well have tried to
Australians have tried hard to eweep back the Sahara with a
.ontrol the rabbit since the first broom."
"guilty men" brought them as There are three threats to
pets or table delicacies from Australia's future-drought, ero-
Engtand a century ago. They've sion and the rabbit Each year
tried shooting poison, traps, rab- seas more and more land going
-of feaces, digging and back to desert. The squatt.
bacteriologicar warfare overstocked leased land started
Iti won. the erosionthe rabl.it Ii carrying
There are Just so many of them It on.
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LIMITED regrets that, owing to the inter-
ruptions in the electric supply, it may be
impossible to give a continuous telephone
service. The Company is making enquiries
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
to lesser the drain on the batteries, this
requeat applies to all subscribers especially
on calls from and to numbers commencing
with 95
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rVTRI BASKETS
CASH BOXES dillemi'
Also
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ihe 1Mb, .mr sinn- l's Broad Mn.i rill hi
ClaiMl M TIIUIISIIAV I lie LMitli in,lead of
SATURDAY for Ihis week only.
COLLINS LIMITED.
It, Broad siren.
MR. FISHERMAN,
AT LAST v.e have rcci-i,,,|
u'ALVD. WIRE NETTING
in Ihe tnllouins .ises:
' r, r r, i tat i. mesh aaucw
say Secure \,,ur r, iniirrni.-iil. ,-.i,l> .mil .insist in
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I'M.! BBCTI i N
M SDAY ADVOi
SfXPAV. JAM^Rva J
Ohiiinirs
Mrs. Patkmee
IXII'M-
nk Hall
U Heater* Ot B.B.C. Radio
S. V. Train Detainer]
-manage* protests Programme
cv-nxirv* !>*< ! -___ ___-------.*
Carwel] Die-:
Age- 46
REAL NAME .BLAIR'
SYDMI
Manager
i.mK " The Manager or in.
died on S ..an team '
JIGS \\\ IN I ''1 I
PIOOBAMMI -
games, said here 10-day uui .... ,.,. ..,. .,,,_ , -rxuart
the ..pi uUeor 1Export
PrC)Ud,r' ..'graiJS 1. I
devnu: chances of .urn "Zw i
ih.c two alhle.es. hi*h |ui : BBC W lUarn
mm
LONDON, Jan. 21.
George Carweil. 1
meal works, who foil]
.'.publicans In
Civil \*ar. dl

( <>inieterlrITerjiii>
Alger Hiss, former ilale -.-
I official, was today con- , _,nier.
of perjury ai the end ol
Listing 39 da
-"llials claimed Uieir cm.iiii -af nryi n i.i.iiii
nation against yellow Fridays at 10.00 p.m. beginning
.oming week.
Mr RooUiman, who arrived Her.- dbiujti iv
ih his team to-day. -a J . I'Klr.STI.r.*
the two would not beat- SBOtlaw new series of BBC
m also begins In the
:
onlv three days before II Masterpieces.' First of the
talks will be given by J. B. Priest -
"ho speaks on 'Pickwick
HELSINKI.
-day that
only four of 3.00"
whose extradition Ruas..
quested aie on Finnish
The Finnish Foreign I
nounced in a commui-
I .
thai
international Brigad.
He had been virtually an In- '". people
tubercular trouble for |"et-,n^h women and
nree years manwere being hel i
I v while the poliC]
sldcrable attention at the :
publication -< -rv.. Finnish man v
Russia Seeks W ar Criminals
-IN
: be taken in their
The Finnish n
-
dictatorship on. i.rough m
the guise ol anl
liberated 1 AMERICAN RETREAT
Papers
Black
BERLIN. Jan 2!
nformed B p
CARIBBI UN voKKS
Fr>ilr>winR on last Sund.
tram Ja-


353? sKr'iSrr': ";'' g*" ';: -'""" "n,h"
: -?,J? ihfrh h,,
.
ran Mr-< A., -ffeeuve sketch
This American reti
ol the pro..
, .... Renter.
I 1946.
__ from 'heir T,,, " |1S"J "
human masters only to come un- r, Won demand as
2.*S" ,,ran"y """' :" '^Soviet-Jmon'
OWTnheKfu*.hors la.es. book - should be SmH** -j
r,.ten between a peri. ' >*r
health spent in Sanal "**____
an imaiuialive dPor''" '
oullariin world of the ll.K.i "! *-
.........
-a persons, three
/ the F.n-
.rilies. one has died live
the country, four have
and three have no
ne ratification of the
Finland deported
- ,1 war criminal'.
home' thirly-six other
'Hens, most of whom
were war prisoners.
.munique added: tne
IMOt considers it-
elf oH.ge I to reject categorically
I unish a.i-
thoritli ,ed the list of
It, fa lse
a number of
::d occur shortly before and
slice treaty. Several
been brought before
.irts. and punished for issu-
antttjr papers Some
could not be punished because
they left the country ""jffi,r
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A
RESIDENCE
OF
DISTINCTION
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GRAND CABARET BALL
i aid of the St. Philip Bohy Welfare Centre tod {-
S'. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clinic
ai Mir DRILL HALL on SATURDAY. FFBRI \RY 4th lb I
sUrlinc it 9 p.m.
IfANNBQI IN PARADE and FLOOK SHOW
(Irvle (MNMH and his or.-hestr..
TI< KKTS $1.00 earn
frrm Johnson*-* SUllonery and T. R. Kvam & WhttlfU I
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KEPLER'/ 0
"On tbe go" all day and gr.i.ine,. too;
no wonder children need extra nourishment.
..i them Kepler' and see ho they thnv.
and gain .eight-it U rich in the vitamin.
their growing bodies need. Ill oiallyswert
flavour i. so pleasant too. A.lul.s w.U
i.ii.I 'Kepler' a'real aUenglhener
in convalescence.
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