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PAC.F EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MNtAfrfc. Crlrfcrt fMlluiH. nr; S|HHMS tekah Vrbi;>c. t i 1 B iH THE FOUR TALL SCORERS in the second cricket Trial match concluded at Kensington "?•' ThS.Tour toHec? to, I XI .hid, col Iccted 2 for wku Her. arc left to^rlght. I B G lload )nr 53 (not out) and A. M. Taylor 62 ThM lour batted lor > 128 (retired, Normar Mar.hall I B.C. Cricket Team 1 Coming Earlier — Team Wants Practice Australia In Danger Of Defeat FIRST IN 40 YRS. DURBAN, Jan. 23. The British Guiana Cricket tram coming In Barbed for Australia, 255 runa behint ,he i Tournament in Frtru.rywtH arrive .bou, fou, fJey, *^"&*%,^£ £"3 earlier, than originally intended. The object of thJ the Gutanese cricketers an opportunity to fet some bJl> needed pradice. as torrential rain-. washed out all of their trial lames. %  team was selected, mostly on past performance* The Barbados Cricket Associa-1 ,y received %  from British Guiana, asking H -rliflr arrival coul arranged. The local asso. agreed The Cables :.g abnormal rainfa.. since December resulting alaooat devoid practice are coil< akimnf flying fir Februar> pi in— until sixth our .ICCOUI atop would like cabled confirmation your Ataocio*. able and will arrani Kansinftot. rapaa t K and accommodation arranged • ccordinly atop if neceasarj you may split team for purpose accommodating extra time Ho; RepK quickly [ART The Barbados Cricket Association replied as follows — "Asjaod i • wiar.es Stoj. %  splitting su-p practice K ssssi ti j too d:. %  Quean's Park after*. tf desired ~ HOYOS %  rsapofiairaa tor Intercolonial Fi* turva the f olia-ng was d<* I Bgasj "Due abt: : Bnu-h Giuana Tex: four days earlier *>' pans* Stop Da*. unaltered The BJC originally csrJsd to arrive in Barbados on February • %  anc fornmetkoe the ft:day matches on Thursday 8 SPORTS EDITOR Arswerc Questions k Button and Ken Bousfleld both come Golf Ion of York3. Drobny and Crernic. %  .' %  Oxford UnrVi a) Quciiinni appeared in I AdvoCuban Team For Carih Olympics Bv Mail .) s r tufted to i eajMisre to norm asart of the Cuban MM to compete in tne 4.000 sssssrs cycling competitions In the assess* VI CerAral America and Canboean Olympic Games to >•? held tn Guatemala Six claadiVd for the 200 and I 000 meters races The first three best m 4,000 meters e.iminauois ana their time were Relnaldo Paseirv, six minutes 3 1 10 seconds.. Luis Drlgado. 6 minutes 3 !<> secondCol. SSTtotht 200 and 1.000 filehehn w-jjre-er^to "S&F^S^Q^'V dashes. The first three, with a Ha _ . for thud, were a* follow*. Le-Despite the cnes (o. •poldo Posada: 200 meters. 1 i in any players who have given seconds and 1.000 meters, l minut England great service in ihe pa %  52 2-10 seconds Resr.aldo Pa*eu<-< ., ,, un ;,it.,|y that fdotbeJ 200 meters. 15 1 llTseconds, 1.00 J ,hi nv vears of age will make the metra-s. I minute 52 8 10 seconds lf|p ^Brazil WESTimi* AIR TRAVEL Reservation! on all Air ii nei at No Extra Cost Leave BARBADOS by... Three member, of the Mo team •> ">r M.ru*^ re.urned and Leopold, Pea la. minute. a_j C arac> B Crub. Cup'neM by Col. — iJSL S^SSJSSt S2+ !"!" Polo Club .,_. souvenir Polo Team Returns From Caracas Leonardo Rodriguez. 200 meter-. pconds, 1,000 minute* 10 9 10 'aecondi Uil i Deljado. 200 meters. 15 5 1 seconds. 1.000 meters. 1 minut-, 55 8. 10 seconds. The Cuban Olympic will choose Cuba's Warn on the basis of time made in 'be*' eliminations and on su tens which are to bet*in soon %  IM British selectors haft deel-.:,.d \o ccncer.lrate on youth in vie* >'. the rigid opposition to be me: N and make your comection TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA For Part icul a\ra oa B.B.C. Radio Programme SpMasng %  %  n 10 rr PrOfTt Tiilid Twt here, are in danger o: their first defeat by South Afric for 40 years The match ends to-morrow The Springbok's only victoi> against Australia was in 191C —11. Australia has not beor beaten in a Test since losing at England at the Oval in 193R On a scarred pitch showing iiwreaine signs of wear. South Africa, who led by 236 on Uw f.rst innings were spun out for 99 to-day by Ian Johnson anc Bill Johnston after being 74 foi ,two at lunch. At the close Australia had lost 3 second inning; tor 80 Rain is predicted for to-nigln Uld adr 1 to Australia's troubles. Set to get 33fi runs aam n and quarter hour*, the Australians made a patient start. %  Sorlguj only 13 runs in the 42 minutes play before tea Mc Carthy made several deliveries rise chest high, while Hugh Tayfield whipped offreaks sharply acroaa the pitch, to which the heavy roller had been appllM between lnnina>. With one run added to the ten :.,vtield diasnisaed Jac; Vutman Mann took Keith Miller's wicket at 33 ana .ndsay Hassett went at 59 All ree Australians were out U.w Dudlev Nourse. South Afnca i r ^,2r I Captain, did not enforce the : follow-on when play started to22 "Flying Down To Rio" IX)NDON. (By Mail) Twcnty-twn IbeJIert will board an airplane at London Airport on Tuesday. Jur.o 20 and go I .ving Down to Rio" for ther chance in the World Cup tournament. If they fail return to Britain on July I since the leading countnalmost certain to be seedc ijnd -hould be seen in the rounds. The British boy* in fldent and believe that the Cup will be bruua-i.'. in the safe handi oi 1 their cap* rTrlghi in the hist. has so costly a trip been undertaken, i* has been estimated that %  come to a' 0U1 The Brazilian Football A turn has agreed lo me as^ooassj STANDARD BRIDGE ly M. Harrison-Cray Dealtr: Nortb. NortbSoulb game iim A K K a ;: w. # Q mil tv 11 J J Itt 1(12 ICill mni S t 7 4 Kim North bids Two Clubs and South T*o Diamonds. then North Two Hearts and Souia Two Spades. North bids Four Spades, a Jump bid showing strong trump support and by inference Invftmf a slam. M a simple raise to Three Spades could not be passed. South's hand Is better than U might be. s he bids Five Spades and North goes Six Spades. West lead &f / to East's &f A. The best return is a trump. South', salrsl ulan )> to set up the dummy. At trlcK 3 ?R 1> cashed: then tore* low Hearts are ruffed br South, using duramvi a>ie and &f K as entries. Back to dumnr. with %  > A, and 4>A and 4> J draw East's trumps South must not stt-mpT to casn both at A E and 4f K tarty In the play. | Vestry Seek Help ,.v apparently being influenced '. A' Z. J* I br Ul weather forecast South 11 "^ Mrle. began cautiously and U> BuU 'Uwo hours before lunch put 01 1 ir — .. ir Jriit Bull • from pa*r : Mr A. A. Gill. Vestry CieiK informed the Vestry that he hm seen the Solicitors. Mr. Boyce aaio that he had sent in to the Colonial Secretary's Office for a licence. He then explained th.. Uances to Mr. Boyce who in turn telephoned the Colonial Secretary's Office. This Office replied : %  members of the Bar Team wh-ch has r>e*>n touraraeas for the paaj %  late last evening b> B. 1 I rather tired and • .<.-emed to hav Col. Michelin. Captain (old the 'Advo. had played four matches. •he last one 7 goals to 2. Rain for rat eight days threat) the tour. how-?'. %  ed. He felt that they could hoi:* the r own against the zuelans, except for the Ir player Clyne. WttO Chile, and who pla '.'"iizuelans on % %  I Re is definitely a top and way above the ard of either the Barba-i Venezuelan players. As guests of the Caracas I .ry Club they were very comfonj -nd they had enjoyed then ; stay In Venezuela imn 1 mounts were excellent and | facility was given thl practising. The tour had %  great experience for the Barbados team and they had U greet deal more about the gme %  .;ng memberLea Deane and EU along with Mrs. Michelin lira. Dowding hoped to retun "rinidad rvn Wednesday. In their second match agains*. the Tacon Polo Club they were I presented with a silver cup by I the members of the Club as a I souver.ir of an excellent game. Hebe is a suitable one. j Tht c up wr ,ich they WOO In and therefore asks the Sao* : encounter against a Membar for St. Joeepii u> pro. iam compnged 0 f a combination all the Caracas Polo Clubs was in Caracas being engraved mmsti "JT INDIAN Amn LIMITED. ::ookir.< Otticm: (Recistered in Trinidad) Lower Broad Street Bridgetown : ferltf PHONES 4.WS & 2789 inn L*m4o+ SX*rn exploiting the deterwratinK tch to the full. cUuned the remaining eight wickets for the addition of only 23 runs At one stage, seven wickets fell for eight luns. Nourse defended stubbornly, his 27 ocT!" -w AM Th. 1 P'tch to the nd Johnu taaai Hi w-" a> %  • V m GfA-nll) apwfciftS 5 %  M %  • '..-; ban %  "• TI —u< %  an • |> n rrop UM Thtrd Pi %  T" '-ti cupying M ".inute. Johtuon took 5 wickets lor M axio s~,rn. sil an, I „ on ( or Jg _|euler ^ m tn. !*• BrlUlr. | __^_ ,. s a %  •"• '"' arm il .„ Prawn limit Ever seen a prawn In Inches long' There are colonies of tliani (Jumbo King prawns, tneyrc called) off the New Sourh Wales coast No one knows exactly %  he. i.ut UuFisheriea Depart'.,, iriat to And ou." If it can it will can. for the sale of the uwUon of land for that purpose The resolution was carried DJ i HrMoD A 1,-tter was read from the fare Officer and this saying that the licence would was accompanied by rules for the rome through as aoon as possible, play ng field. The Chairman and Rector. Rev It was unanimously agreed to Mallalieu. next said that the M %  Social Welfare Officer g,a\^ard would haw to be entelling her that the Vestry wanted closed and consecrated before to known what was being done anvone could be buried and h.wilt regards the granting of tne was anxious to see that it was money from Govarnmerit for tr, proceeded with because ,t had Community Centre at Bathsheoa become impossible to find any before he rules forwarded by nc, mora spots in the old burial could be cons, ground Members Present Mr. Williams next moved thai Member! present were: Rev a letter be written to the Colon,..' i. c Mallalieu. Chairman. Mi Office asking them to handle the |i ,\ Carter. Churchwarder. mater of the licence as soon ai >:%  J. H. Haynes. Mr W It Doaaible This was carried, but Coward. Mr A P' Cox Mr L Mr Carter suggested that a burial £ Smith. MCP. Mr J I! ground should be laid out before Hutson. Mr. C. A. Williams. Mr | This would be brought back by members of the team still in Caracas. Ml Gentlemen plea* •* a i //1 v /; wra Striped Shirts, trubernlsed coUar. aiuched. Nice designs *___.$4 1 0 $5 pure Silk Handkerchiefs. J2 X 22. Shade* white, maroon, navy. Each Khaki Shirts. Milan ed. Oood Qnallt) daapa Mr Thi : Atkinsons Irlsk P*: 48" long isch M FOI n WUHM (LIB ch_ SI .89 Striped Inder PanU alsea 36 to 3> per pair White Silk SCSJT Each .il Buvs shiru.coliariil la white, blue *d * $1 23 „cK The Weather TonAW Sun Ittaea. g.tf a.m. Sui, Sru: 5.i pas. Moon iFirst Quarter) January tf lighting: g.M p m ll,i.l, Water: lit ,, IJI KOLLINC STOCK They'll Do It Ev( 1 AN SON umr CAWE HOW HE HELD UP TRAFFIC AS HE CRAWLED ALONG IN HIS NEW JALOOP Six. %  — jimmy .. ,9uT ONCE HE'S OOT IT RcVOBCOkENWOW? HOtiXHONrC.BJEfyBOPy ELSE SET OUT OF THE W*y.' m \'j T Gooding and Mr J H Branch. Rough Seas Force Fishers Into Port OEOKGETOWN (By Matt). nng vessels from Barbados which supply the Trinidad .. ith dees se.* iH in at Port Georgetown due The Vestry also discussed I rosrther question of the proposed site foi The Undsyd 11 (Capt. Robert the erection of the new Post OfrW Bainest and the Sunshine R. and after a lengthy diecussim. ,c\ pt Frank Barnes), intercolopassed the following resolution r .\j. ilshmg vessels are now tied Resolved thai thu Vestry is ot up a t Georgetown, having handrha opinion that the proposed sits ,d over their catch to Messrs. or the new Post Office on the vViftini and Richter. Ltd -inyone was buried Hi Williams replied saving hat he had approached the Dire,ors of Joe's River and that the> ire prepared to accept the aporaised figure He said that if tin Vestry had proposed to accept thf figure he. as Managing Director •.. %  uld give them pen: 'av out the land, but not to bury inyone until the land was taken rhis was agreed to New Poet Office CAVESHEPHERD&CO..IM 10. 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET In Time for the New Ysr 1 DESK DIARIES: PLATIGNTM PENS; PENCIL SH; FORDS ASSORTED SWEET BISCIITS: 0M PIRSE8 and WALLETS: LADIES' P11 COSMOPOLITAN PH.4RMACT WM. RKiARTY LTD. INC. IN B.C. \HI I W wish lo Notify our Customers th*t w will be closed (or the weekly Half-holiday on THURSDAY 26th .nstead ol SATURDAY 28th lifdilfusionPriiKramsfs | rvsaSvAi i wi \i \ is, H.M IOCAL PRESENT.\ udlo iVrvkr 7 JOt M> Mom. SOB IS D>Sc* Muilc S SS-il SO C II SD11 IS Pn,n. ijiijn, r-.tvdv Il l* H it MtiaK tor Tim* UMsN.it..! Ha HI Or.rhM'rs.1 I 3 00 t % %  ->--rMuar > IS> In OwtnoKT SB. 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—— DA y JANTARV 21. 19-.0 Tiir. nuimnos ADVOCATE Hiss Appeals I Verdict NEW YORK i_ me former h h StalcETSiu-> dariM K .^" '" ,"" l Court < %  Appeal lcn Jury"' i-""" ' om<,n %  £? ttten by implication Jf& an Mpion-IK'' aa-cnl -"ftnd IN h"d Uf undn, K %  ' "' h d nand "' f„ w ' I' U, chambers, nsf-conHouner for a Sovl •Jaw ound por %  kaaatLf In denying hrhad %  gJJSr, after January 1. \mm* Mr Claude Cross, i would nw 'he appeal gu^tv after Hiss ll • %  fjol Wednesday. He del I n ** "" b" 1 of lhe I liable to a maximum of rt imprisonment and a | 1 -Renter i Control For LC. Clergy I-//V POLAND LONDON. Jar l!:i Ipolish Government is to 1 rtate i Catholic Coriuis which it fel Wild, ronuptmn ;uni le activity. | today IB %  ""adca-it te. The Catitjs manch in iw (Bresl.ui> dtstrlrl | of subsidising "Ter%  pogs". Everyone impliTjrllf be prosecute*.. the b uid. One barge was flaV officials jjint subsidies Int.-ilHmt Ml Of null" boon 'i ibeii Ld lor iin.in fa. -Reuler. %  B Fly Special To Indonesia DMKAHTA Jiiii. L'^ Dutcli f 230 Inrii nn Dju.:.i faplUil U)-il.r : lirlKliim:, i UPUH. Wonemn Uefetn %  man aaitl thai I I this JII> k p 1I faugh talaphoni i un.inuniPth the eiiy hail la-i-ii cut. —Rrulrr. I guppos*. hHii n./^w ,.ce.sion by everybody that the international situation is responsible -c com D :-:t ni |own has nothing to do with school reopening this **•!.>" Hoffman For Paris To Speed Reforms In M. Aid Couirtries WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. Mr Paul Hoffman, Aid Administrator, plan iiis week for important meetings with European recovers. London Police Official To Visit Hrithh Guiana I Uakl preparations lor lhe month of Mr. W C Johnson, C.B.E. r> to the Marshall Plan authoritu r "'"">' who la Sugar \\ heat For Mexico XICO CITY Inn. 23. to preliminui (by the Ajyicuiluie ami Ministrv M'-xu-u is 1 this year to prodUOB |N, win,.! r basic i %  I'cuton area mslderablj crop I tons ut about 200,000 ttrtuably to eliminate. Mexico is still l in | about 80,000 %  e in proIthli year howevei is Ifcr imports and by 1952 %  tat, imports may be I completely. —Keuler ha would proas foi a speedup of *"• ""' % %  far-reaching financial rafonns in '• Iritl1 % %  n pectin Colonial countries receiving Amerli Fwi.-ii>n Aid. A meeting of the organisation !'" Jamair;. i^ expected to spend for European Economic Co-oper-1* *••* m B.Q., rrom Mmiary O.MB.C] Li due to conl0 l0 2a an:port Oeoraatown to handle commercial moi Terrific \V indLaslics Sehnr.FraiiecsSiuilh Pres. Truman Suggests Tax Changes WASHINGTON. Jan 23. i Truman .sent an official %  ig of tax loopii-'' 11,000,000,000 Increase In taxcr. In corpo ; ,rui bin Ha did lu-i say how much reducuon should inmade on K\ bui hie said most urgently ne> freight, railway and 1 Juiuaieu 11 Xrrivc In T'dad POHT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 23. Led by Johnny Groves, veteran, and accompanied by N. N. Nethcrsole. Jamaica's cricketer manal lector. 13 members of the Jamaican team. scheduler ; 0 meet Trinidad in twi retta Tournament whkl ooens OTI Wednesday arrived at Plarco Airport on Sun | special plane. Md the itrestgth ot Use team and felt it particularly Strong with an avciyears. MrBpecialh mentioned 10-veaiold Alfred Valentine, left hand Heavenly Hoel Q From Page i %  i beginning to %  ting round . to i.c gathering a,Ijnubang, about 10 miles from Bandung neld itself was undent in Dutch hands > The iotui believed to have made -imvituneoua at%  nruugh West J some cases by Moslem bands. Communications with Djakarta, lhe Indon. terllng was •drawn them last bight Observers thought he might \v waiting for a suitable moment to strike at tho Cabinet In fliaglgaj The Indonesian Cahn %  • ere when ne\pokesman the meeting The foxeea tj i UT %  i'mmand are sumelen," to eope with the Htualion — (Renter Chinese. Rossimf To Mukv Treat) MOSO 1 A ne and Chinee* i to I tlations M the part .mo || were draw %  %  Chirm e Premier and t%  %  . CnOU En I.:n to G.: i Stalm in Kremlin It formal vudi to th> Stale after 9oelei Poreign dd VysMnak) ai %  aeeompanie graph, the entire group uf anythinK with a ball and who he I | BUCh iti'im ill plan countries. IIK up the bank 11.i' %  i drafted by European Bnanclal experts. ill Plan nations and EC A would contribute funds to the central bunk. The bank would H^'I/ f ,u WeSU i" Buropean countries. Mr HofTman was said to have aggUfOd certain congressman that some form of clearing union would lie il i>n within 90 days. But n.l ..tale whether the pro1 ^ :i would eneom1 Qf* ]'|V| |1 o Sill 11 ItT Sunday %  Ccrlisle H,<\ Barbados, on Friday morning, January 13. at 7.30 o'clock. Capt. Hassell described the trip as very rough adding that the heavy seas threw water on the greater part of the voyage He also had very bad weather on the previous trip from Georgetown to Barbados. I ass all the Marshall tries or merely > small group of them. —Reuler B.G. Interior Commissioner Transferred To Solomons GEORGETOWN (By Mail). Mr. H. G. Gregory-Smith, Commissioner ut lhe Interior, British nice 1940. has resigned d the appointment oj Resident Commissioner of the British Solomon Islands Protec( terete, Wester:, Pa. Hie. as the lirst defence with.Educated al Kugby and Sandnis counsel R. F. Levy hurst, he sow active service in i a 100 minutes opening address World War 1 and 11. When the advancing; be conEvons Commission came to British [ sidered the prosecutions account Guiana he was elected to serve as of the n Ul ii in i / —Reuler. LONDON, Jan. 23. Btlan Donald Hume. V-yeax old defendant in tiie London murder trial, today told the jury that he wai known as I smuggler.'' i' anes ou tho fourth day of his trial for tho murder of car dealer Stanley Batty, whose dismembered body, dropped in parcels from an aircraft, was Oi sober on the river Thames' niiuHlats toilet preparations. lugRage Mid honi 1 Tho Prealdeni should <*• out 'only to tl tint tho loss HI revenue can ib) elimlnatli • huh now permit ROHH %  I..II. %  heir stton" As to 'HIMIMthe PreaMenl ri commended B "modei ate In%  %  f >B0,QW At the san i tnmended that the ia\ rsri unnme between |2 I 150.000 which Is al pre i ot the maximum of 69 per cent, be reduced at the same rale bOVO 100,000, Ho proposed that estate and ajfl lax laws be revised to provide uniform treatment and reduce present exemptions so ga only bring in more revenue*' but WO the fainn | gajtata and gif lows". (uts Musi Be Balanced The President made it plain that he would veto any tax cut that did noi at the same '.line bi mi; m new revenue to make up the loss. In Mi: nutesafle, the President discussed at considerable length %  'shocking" loopholes which he felt destined to go places. —Can Pre*i. Boen the Co IcatiiL ord (PP.! o lisbury. opposition leader In kdei in the House of nmittec on policy and politic i S r Crookshank and Sir David Maxwcll-Fyfe. Hume went into the witness box said allowed some peopl< i s to escape millions in taxes. As one example, he said that "under present law producers of motion pictutes and H players have attempted to avoid taxes by creating tempo. pon.tions which are fin" ecause I of the depletion allowance, was i able to develop prupcrti. > field-1 ing S5.U00.0O0 a year but paid onl\ 1 100 taxes over a t-yaai period, slthough hit non-oil sources alone was a million dollars a sai Truman did not Sttantut) the an. Me mentioned also Revenues )K.'ing losl "through the abuse tax exemption recorded by! •ioiial and charitable organise lions". Present taxes are iinii in about $37,300,000,000 this! I bis will be about inclpated ex-1 BIO Congress men said they! understood the Treasury--which! will give detailed reconn. io Congressional CommitLiter—would suggeat a cut from 20 to 10 per cent In the retail! tax on such things as cosmetics.i luggage and handbags. President Truman also recommended in his message to Congress changes in the laws afTectIIIK foreign earned Ineon encourage investments ah I line with his "point four" programme for the world's under de%  I Reuler. Blind Society's Seal iFYnm OAir london ^ormpondflnl* I-ONDON inmon Seal of tin iecently formed British Empue S.;clety for the Blind was seen by tho Councillors of the Bociet] their tirsi mee.Mn; recently. It bears the date 1950 in Brallll and Is the first of its kind ever l< be engraved in this way. The Soclaty was formeo earlier mis month to help in the training of the blind in British Colonial territories, and to compaJK" against the unhygienic conditions which create blindness. The formation of me Society caused widespread comment In Britain's leading newspapers, who critical of the progress made t" 1 date, and approved of the rv gap. "Advoeaie** ARE YOU More Irritable These Days? Has the "ivear-and-ltar" of modern livingwith its dady Klruititlo to make ends n,-. despite rthorUgeet und "high pnoen" begun to umar on your wires? Do you feI you're not et ling enough rert — and feri nu -dgy hull the time, yoo cun'l enjoy life any nan? Well, you can't help the unhappy condition of the world — but you can help vournelf ItecJaUM thousands of Canadsan sms. and women fmy tliev hod tbry take thtvo Wl their Mride -after taking Dr. Chaae's Nrrve Knd for a whilV This weU-known tonic wnfch contaiiw Vitnmin Mi, Iron and other needed raiiM-raU Mpa build up your vitality and aids in toning up your whole nyatcm t.et I>. Chaae'a Nerve Food today! Sen if you don't rtmt better, ml better, frel better. The name "Dr. Chase" i your aeaurance. The large "economy %  ise" is your best buy. i STOMACH Istw leetM nPTO-BISMOt -"•feelffsWeaw Pesns-iaaawa-eaBi ••• %  •ipxaaia-wa •g. •((•••• . ^ trrmt ^ "Malta, I '-IP..—.U..W ,...,. ........ Pepto Bismol if FOB U B jlr STCI MA.., UNCUENTIiVf FOR dimmer •IlllVli .,„ i^tm— iiami imicnoN gp| OOTII HUUMO N. •Samel iDue io ihe %  ntielpated lawrival f UM T -1^1 I ship ".\l;iui it.mi. < H I -hull close .11 IL' MM IN ON THCKSIIW ji.ih and remain optfl M SATCRDAY WIB I \ TIL 5 I'M MODERN DRESS mm GUARD ACAlMST COUGHSand COLDS BufM up retlfiaace with th' •cirmific. go..I iininK tonic. Minor ailmfu* (is bt vLngtroui. if asjy .-at.li (n |d eastl* becju** >on are !<•* %  in A.'. I > builvt up y> r itimina now iJj good* tSMaafaaMaaaaS I mora than just a tonicIt t POWttFUl NOURISHMENT Scott's Fnultion II i K old mine of niiutal Aal) Viumini. \-luabU for all ihi family-in rainy leaton or dry t 7^ SC0TIS EMULSION HIGH ENERGY FOOD TONIC Rccojimed over i century a.o by Her Oraciom Mi|n. Queer. Vrcioni. JI t he leadlr, miken of Qualify Bucuui. Carr'! Carlnl. tOKlay mil carry forward in. same proud tradition. I rom eery corner of the world comet an inisiant demand for the Bucuitt which are known and remembered lor their hi|h quality. -j iheir h, f h quality TH£ IWGOSH B/SCU/r MAKffiS "%gg THIS WILL END YOUR SKIN TROUBLE II yaw -km ii nuiked and tore, lied In -puts „r nik. Chafed nr iiill.iiiu-d. apply aOlM MentholMoai'. ITlil v,inderful h.ilm instantly cools and soolbaa and rapnlK itcal. skin Iroubta. HI.IC it ucilhini; like it. You will soon SI.I. the liffrrr—a. FEEL HOW IT COOLS AND SOOTHES ft A. Bulk; idhio left to right JUST RUB IT ON ..-ur.c skin aad i •iik). „, ,„,, vo,, > Wtuif aajfy f-, iiaai t .i. i ai p ,„( isja>, SIOugh( e^^aad. e %  M*o ii HulMo. N.y Ii s ,\ DO NOT JUST INSURE—INVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TyME This is only possible when you lake out your Fire and/or Hurricane. and or Riot Insurance with ... THF. BRITISH GHANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY UNITED The only Mutual Fire Insurance Company in Barbados Ml pulirs holders share in lhe profits. 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PAGE FOLK THE BARBADOS ADVOo Mr. TUESDAY JAM-AKV ^ ^ mm^0mmm The Stately Homes Are Setting FaM ^JMUC*<1 t" Th M IBBStel c m. K %  "•* si., HULIS-M*! Tuesday. January 24. 1950 Mass Discontent In Russia Public Service THE necessity (or Public Utility Boards in this island must have been appreciated by everyone since the great public inconvenience caused by two of the main services within recent months. The Government is still in the process of modernising the waterworks system which it took over from the Bridgetown Water Company at the beginning of the century and the Barbados Electric Corporation founded in 1914 as I private concern is still apologising to the consumers for its inability to generate enough power. It is not now necessary to describe in any detail the difficultie* which the Electric Company has endured owing to war conditions and the inability of English manufacturing firms to supply the much needed equipment, neither is it necessary to repeat the disadvantages under which people lived who had gone to new residential areas. The continuance of these sources of annoyance serves to emphasise the point. Two years ago it was suggested that there should be Public Utility Boards in this island appointed by the Government. In setting out the details of the suggestion it was pointed out that the Boards need not be constituted of personnel from the Legislature alone. People with the requisite knowledge should be invited by the Government to become members of these Boards and in this way the community would benefit from their specialised knowledge. It may be that this suggestion was turned down because at the time the British Labour Government had embarked on its nationalisation programme and the Barbados Labour Party who had then come into power and was responsible fur IIM conduct of Government business, hoped and threatened to carry out a similar programme in this island. The creation of Public Utility Boards is not intended to be a forerunner to nationalisation. It is intended to ensure that the best service should be given to consumers who pay for the commodity and to guard against inefficiency of those services. The present condition of the waterworks and the electric services are hampering other forms of business which are of great advantage to this island. The lack of an adequate supply of water has to a great extent limited irrigation of crops and Barbados being an agricultural community, it can well be imagined the potential loss from this source. The lack of electric power affects the many small businesses on which thousands of individuals depend for lupuorl for their families; but In addition, it must disrupt the services of the ice companies and the hotels and guest house*. This is a poor advertisement for an island which is attempting to encourage tourists and where huge expenditure has been undertaken in an effort to accommodate planes which will line Barbados with the bigger cities of the world. Bridgetown aims at being a modern city; but the present state of public services can hardlv be expected to give the city the right to be included in such a category. In the past there should have been greater supervision of Government-owned M before any attempt was made to censure other undertakings. It alto seems obvious that a Corporation entrusted with supplying the community with electricity, needs adequate capital in order to extend its network over the whole island; for it is only by expansion that the ridiculously high rates charged for electricity is likelv to be reduced. These conditions should" no longer be allowed to exist And one method of effecting desirable changes is for the Government to enact legislation creating Public Utility Boards This would be but the beginning of a long list of necessary reforms which could not be but beneficial. Ho %  % % %  IIOI.HH.I.M.EH l.\.V Stit 4 •rrn.ponatVnl LONDON. (By Mail Ever-Increasing numbe .. -ilium-. :hcn atvanl I European General Mannar, International News Service) PARIS (By Mail! THERE u increasing evidence that the well beciusc the Baronets Had no and ta~^tver-incTT-wmiB ,. u ....of r oom for them In the small house then z •-. Britain's nobility are bring (orced ,„ which she is now living. thousand acres Pnin nennle are rumbling with discontent by high taxation cnppl.n, death Clmborrod ale Castle, the ScotThey are typical ofthr ..a. ,> Russian Kopje are ru^ K developdut. the new Town and Counlish n i gn i a n d home of Lord Trent, aristocrats who have been hit under a j"* 1 J> 5 lm Q the com try Planning Act, high malntenWM ^ Ttcmay ,„ d HunsUnton The Marquess of Bath, when men t of the State at the expense ol tne con. ante coats and suiting problems H ,,| nMr n Kings Norfolk his father died, had to sell fort and welfare of the individual. ,. to either throw open their stately mla „ „. n cn nas M„ j n the thousands of acres to pay death Striking evidence that the Soviet regime homes to the tourist trade, sell hands ot lne ,, strange family d u :ig of nearly S3.000.ooo H h s having difficultv on the home-front is seen part of their estates to p their for ncajl lfl00 yoari „.„ parte d Becauae of "high taxation j. Wes crn diplomatic observers in the remanalons going or even put the.r wllft bKmuie of lhe impossible vucount Tarbat of Castle Leod.| "J_ !" _S i -__1..„ !" , n „f th re-introduc%  % %  !! % %  r*r, the market. ^^^^^^^^^ !" ,/*/'££ Hoal ALLSOPPS HC.KR RF.F.R —per B.-llli „ —per cast* (ATTELLI ECiG NOODLF.S Broad A Fine—per pkl QIAKKK OATS Larce PkU. with Chlnauarr For T0.y rtol Lhim Isuall, M *!| i OI.O.WtUE CTOKBs caiUes" on the market. i burden of taxation." Nearly ---= v ' o„.i i.M>H DV western uipiuuia.K* v*..•— — -,um T? r ^ rci to n l^rr cent official announcement of the re-introduc, TSS !r^d l aro£^ h Uon of the. tath penalty for "traitors. sp.es 5, SRiS *&&%£^~** V "" IJtTtt^^ which have been applied lo not wish to see E ^ I ^ ^^ wh0 laJl yMr mM up u,, fw i ln s of many when I jn tne past to those Soviet citizens who "in-day are threat">\4 fruit, cabbages and game to h answered the question. "Why ^ ve ),£,„ accused of almost any act conmtag the paupers paasers-by from a sun outside u ,„ e laird wiling.' sidered seriously detrimenul to the State. ',.,,• r „^ wl B.atrhe.1 an BUCUOnCr „. ^n,„ hl,itf even a ,-. ...-.:._ _( .U.. J^ll, <\on:, tV nf uaawrow hu m""" 0 1 watched an aucuoner ,., am KUmt valise even TM Announcement by the sell about a third of hi. e^te man wl0 ,, U e and M.000 acre. Kino's wealthy nephew, the Earl at Stafford last June. Und muil krep out of the red of Hare^nod! vhat heavy death Nearly 2.200 acres embracing 13 am „ ulng ^.JJ, „ don t I duties will force him to sell a confarms, small holdings ana thaU tavt u borrow money to siderable portion of hi. 20.000 cottages were sold. Some or me kwp goln ,. acre estate in Yorkshire at public land had been in possession or Taxation and maintenance auction thla summer, marks the family since 1170 and tne remain^^ ^^ ^^ K MU onom icalvlrtual end of the hey-day of the der since 1915. ft ,^ Drop crties 1 inherited Unded aristocracy In Brluln Lord Shrewsbury u^nned preaen I ml „ sU n „ rou nd my neck Just aa the monarchy and the day uxa t lo n "merciless and M nr.ndfather employed 15 pageantry of the Court has en, hat hlg h taxation, the capital j^ „ d al riched the life ol the nation, on a of 1M7 and the high cost " !" e C *' Now „ have two. leer .le rur.1 l,.e has been of in h d necessitated rhe Tarb^Hou Now ^^ ^ rendered colorful by the hundred ,, "* us ~ !" *, wllh a dozen and one activities which centered Tod hc s al „ vc< ,| Ingestre f !" nM S_ w „„ m y wife round Uie manor house. „ „ Slaff0r d and runs a small "V !" "*:. „e five-bedroom When the Earrs father died in ^ wlln a nert 0 f and smal soni in one nv ZVSXrJSS&XZ J = St -o,k, premier VfefttfJ on the esUte had already been feom cJHe at Aru na| aXnm parIV W Pr."A . "' %  •.?? StfSi been selling "It is no fun being a laird these vSsrsLXz m M 'a7r &£ JiSffi X *-* ^^^^ last autumn, has also found a Job as music critu* on a national intellectual weekly magazine, Harewood has been only one ot the many peers of the realm to be hit by high taxation and death dutlev The men whose job is to sell the stately homes of England are doing brisk business to"'..ore and more castles, manWo % £ffSi£SL'tS ^^JSsion. and large estates are leav^ lnIt nav ,„ g on y official tion and ' "jreseni **<*. IS*? ,h0 "* %  " relation, with -n-Governm, The representatives emphaaising'up "250^06" acres "artnually In "J^X"' f ,nd A£S t"!^. 'Eft tte £ the oast 30 year, and the sates "^"t,-.., members, individuals and not ,n the names ,-„,g. Score, of castles !" ^ tng ot thlr countries. ob and manor houses have been sold ,Jr££„„,, which Th l up with them. W.ll.O.Include IliNeriminalinst Ortiaiiiation> QDOVA, Jan 22 executive Board of I Africa, Sweden. ;ullipines Brazil. Yugond In lia voted relations Invested incomes ,, organisations, which impose ey "'"••-;-•." emphasisThe big estates have been sell^^cUons bawd on POU< 10.000 acres annually in n]i the oast 30 years and the sales oeliefion m • a SS&AS zziz 3,38 a* ^^Xge„,oreHalUBur.r-';' '"-per%  family treasure! n/crc sold up as siori*-*. Wwmm The Emm** Sir Patrick Hastings _ — %  %  .• urn!.' clear. HO lull os.llf was not quite clear The tross-examinalion contUtatl entirely In attempting to point out the ridiculous nature of the whole case. One of the quests the por.: Mot in the least 11 CASES IN COl'RT by Sir PiTrick Ha-Ua, Kf .Beba ^ ^^ ^ ^ nerhassett was Uken away. %  There are few things more -Now the writer of ".: enthralling than a trial in the nsement had no idea that there „„, ... _.. Law Courts" writes Sir Patrick was ,„ fact a Mr Blenr. Blennerhasser. could Hastings "However trivial or unbut he happened to mention tha. VL ., ; hi vinli ".portant may be the ..sues, to hi. Mr. Blinerhsett lunch",, „ ra J ,„ lh lhe%artles immediately concerned a t a well known City rci a "; a 1 for the purpose of the action he they are vital, and above all the a a Pimm's. The real Mr nieiin( not llKe lo sa) N Ui so he human troubles thai are brought nerhassett had in fact HUM „,, nwl „,,.„ „ qu esto light give, perhaps If only for ptmm's sever-: ,, % as sen shown oostenty. a real picture of the ragged so much by til ,. „„ ly way h c resemble.. tlmM at which the trlaU look who professed to see lSS u „, o^c adverol.ee After all. the libel action v uy nam e, and that ot to-day would probably have afy M their fellow member, Wat anyhow hl had suffered no actual been a duel a hundred years ago.' he foolishly decided to UartU ( so hl (1S1 lhc cast To that I would add that lew an action lor libel. Reekie-, driving and reckless place, provide a better source for i a story teller than the Courts u le to point out that Mr. B „baolv responsible (or most Sir Patrick Hastings has v, I ttMB nerhassett was the only >'ock0 Ihe liugatlon In the Royal of some of the most Interesting bro ker of that name •** II advice to cases that he has been connected lunched at Pimms there tiic ^^^ ^^ haye bj have suffered very du.e,l one of the best collections „f aclua l damage, he ''**' r t voul wrong. In other words, of short stories that I have read hal Jlni e stockbrokers are not mnemb) 1 Nlr |i|,nnerhassett tor a very long time. You have Uo wed to advertise. ">,""£" and the great expense of been and still are reading them caUon complained of might hav. ^^ ^ J^^ every Monday in the Evening been taken to imply that hs,tu Fm r ,„ hc has some kind Uvorale. " breaking the rules ol the English jury .the House by htoe* toeertt?*J t(lu „ Jalll ,„ „, 0]1 Q f EnglUh lusThe story that J enjoyed most advertisement in the aWteajsi u _, canno t personally was called "The Slockbroker and standard." \ ...ugh jsw nmtn ^, onc s | n gle Instance in the Yo-Yo". the account of a Patrick adds "precisely '" n ' w hich a )ury have been wrong." libel action mstnuted lay Mr „.y •* m.gh be ^ ^ ij^^ ^ ..^ Meilliailieeeert, a prosperous and thought to be^advertising mm.. ^ c ivlUsatlon continues, highly respected member of the ,,y depicting himself ina l.i... iu e w ,„ ,,. London Stock Exchange. An .sylum with a straw in hi..... K m ral on 0 lhc WO rld, and adverttaement for Yo-Yos wh.. h -ice could ne-. appeared In the "Evening Standreav ,.,o„ which it ard" In 1J2 was lhcause of al w'1,,.1'a inl lOOKt no c ")' s without the trouble skulled. Beware o W IIUl S " s uo. „,„;„,,. and bov e all lhe Ulthe Yo-Yo" it described the late ot uc ,, y 0 f lh. I Mr. BlennerhasMtt who bought A.,en.bl> Yo-Yo for his children and M **, I "' J 'J,"^ "Cases In Court' is It. offered to give them the first Xlinlu | Meetlns. Wan* bedside book There are stories to ,„ how lo manllHilalc It. %m*t touncil Heckle. MM .-,11 inOOOS, written by one But it would not work, and "'come Ho*d at 4.10 p.m. who. besides being one of the the dawn and he was still there y„ D ,| r enema. foliage greatest lawyers of this century, dishevelled and wild-eyed with plantation. St. tieorse al is ^o a lively rac-iteur. For the Yo-Yo string still dangling from his lingers They tried to part him from It. but It was no — oO the State. The introduction aX the death penalty coupled with administrative shake-ups on both high and low levels are considered by Western diplomats as confirmation of reports which have been seeping out of Russia for months concerning growing discontent %  mntftg the people. Diplomatic advices from Moscow discount rumours of a serious economic crisis in Russia. ,. The Western diplomats are more inclined to think that Stalin's home-front trouble is lllf Hailing passive resistance by large sections of the people to Government orders, and policies which keep the masses work-, ing hard on little more than a subsistence level of living standards. This passive resistance is not believed organized. It is considered highly improbable that it would, in the foreseeable future, lead to any uprising that could seriously threaten the regime. The Government is still considered to be strong enough to crush any attempt on the E art of the people to resist with force this remlin's rule. What is believed to be developing is an unco-operative and go-slow spirit in respect to the regime's seemingly perpetual plans to hasten rapid industrialization and strengthen the power of the State at the sacrifice of consumer needs. Strikes are forbidden in the Soviet Union, and absenteeism is punished by forced labour. Thus the go-slow practice and failure to co-operate faithfully are the only methods of resistance which the average Russian working man or woman dares risk. In addition to the go-slow method in factories and on the farms, the lack of cooperation is shown by falsification of official records and failure to respect Government decrees. For example, the official Communist Party organ. "Pravda," lashed out recently against absenteeism at collective farm elections and '"administrative pressure to prevent just criticism." Moscow's mouthpiece also complained that "nothing is being done to prevent repetition of last year's mistakes during planning and election conferences on collective farms." Changed His Mind \lioiil eahostls RYK. ENGLAND (By Mail) RE-APPEARANCE of a ghost ot a local monastery has caused a skeptic to change his mind about the supernatural. Formerly, the 14th Century abode of Augustine Friars, the monastery at Rye. Sussex County, now belongs to the local council which uses it for meetings, dances and other events. When the council took over the monastery, they also acquired, without extra charge, the ghost of a six-foot cowled monk who sometimes has a few cowled colleagues in lo help him with the haunting. Latest person to see the ghost is Fred Parris, caretaker at the monastery for 16 years. Parris said that one night he returned to the monastery, put his hand on the side gate and his hand went numb. "1 turned my head," said Parris, "and only a short distance away from me was a figure cowled and dressed like a monk. "I could see right through the apparition at some rose bushes. As I watched, the ligure moved away and floated through the wall of my cottage.' Another time Parris was chopping wood in the boiler room of the monastery when he I shivering. "Then 1 felt three taps on the back of my .1 the coldness left me," he declared. During World War II, strange noises were heard at the monastery on certain nights. One man said he saw live monks walk across the lawn in the moonlight. Fred Parris had formerly scoffed at re.,,..,tour, for P2 "i visions and other ghostly happenings only j ,, one of them at the monastery but now he says he has I changed his mind. Ol II III \III II> V%Y: h There \o Longer Any t on licit nre In Mr. Upper's Oil Report? To The Edttur. The Advocate me by one of SIR,—The l uncil's amendWoul.l ttMtn I mU to the Oil Bill uie.igh.ups-: sfixxssttsr*^ iny harm tn alover again thai %  %  J" mnntai is>,k uu an,, each con.. n .fti-mor ctarts to ctunuanies pack up Md each con_ wen lowing more than one company company A no tooner aro i £ %  £ ani 01lCd accepted by the House on the w drill. The answer U to be erec a rig o> ftjf ** 8th itut and I have been told found moat clearly expressed in dividing UM fc W j TS^ST^Ma Barbados is a very tiny spot. that the Bill received HU I TL^...^ IvS ., near \ "<•' *• P 1 •encv'* AgatBfl IUX: d-v Tb The on, B reat and fundamental ot e un*^ ana • ilocattgo ot hbour, bV Act however, remains inoperative eacuse for the Policy Memoranurn rig u*' .„ 1(1 tj., nece>ti of wages until .: )..,bOtt proclaimed and dum issued by the Colonial Office Wlow lh !„J a ^ il J" ELm* lhc Uii. has not yet bWn done. In and for ngttafl oil Htfkta m oil tint .And why MM g^ labour ^ ^ ^ t view of the extreme urgency ot Government la, we were told HM QM which first man JUt*'" UcuUr work unli atWi u OI Government to get the Bill absolute necessity for control to gets the bulk of U .f it U Ujtre^ ^ Uainfd %nA ^ ^ m through the Legislature, the secure orderly dnllinr Mr Result; two wells drilled insle* ^ w in a communlt .. uninformed may well ask Why U-pper hu emphasised lhe of one Double i*n* !" agricultural and probably the present hesitation lo proclaim, scrambling and tha waste of less squabbles to gei %  "**£ %  ,-uson. and how lou will be the delay' money and oil resource* which skilled labour. But tha I is meirely Presumably, there are one, or would inevitably ensue, and conthe beginning of the lolly, wens ,, v Upptr ., ^^^ perhaps two, reasons for thai oaaja, if a small b i 11 l "' lnl1 ^ l to H ^*? JL3S u£ c£aUa delav First, bocauM Barbados were divided into secexpenses, with no geological data has no %  ed in separate arid gained, and none raeoi Hsmulationi. — ;i very obvtoui I ba of enormous valuo lr. necessity as 1 pointed out rnoi '"> %  *.<. and months ago — and %  ) scramble to get whatever oil you ^* hl ^ i J ^ > *"a^^i a. ~T W M becaustthere are forces al il licenses are isAd as fast as > ^iu2T r'soS IT fellow >' ag oMopmy h*. t each to go into it %  crve I ughl if those allotted section of the island and to withdraw U ;, ^^ forces to get What oil li can? In the first will cause an inrush of water py —" %  •^a- TrvraiaS Ua-hok*. and the closl consequently the shutting off o( ". of Barbados must b< I much valual this will go UeSksMi aa In* l_g,li < .<-! If K BaWtMedO! I ran any h>n*r _ci In this %  ( tno nuMion am to l>ppnuBnt o( BirbMo* Ut IM vrn oiainMl o( plain laiifnaa* wMch any Infant can uudenttaftiid. what Gosfrnmem •haaild do. If how*\i. <...; Oil induatiy, like our Suar induitry la hetiwfolUi lo b* tun to aull tha purp— n g| tke> Clurna! Oflk*. or. If ultafly un nror1h> ronaMl*ralM>ni ar* allowM to Uim-nic Guvvnunaora daouon lo Iha Baariaiil iliarreardins of I etsKy and Uva tnltrsaU of the paoitia •I UUa laUnd for who** waltan th UII BUI U au p pnaad to hav. Wan p*aa*d. than Omtmnignt muat ba prapuad lo anawer to tha peopla rt to be reehanad with In Hds oil bualnaaa. and, u It la. God only kaowi what tha paoelei laadioru will ba when 0 flnw once mar* In Batbadoa and Uvay come lo raaJwe that Ita benenta hav* been filched from them and parnapa -•flu ara emplayad ;CALV. A., gdfjasj K,;lr+u? I irorofe • 1950 #/ rryl! These are selling quickly Ooloh Oil Sto\ 2, 3 and 4 Burner on Slands Single and Double Table Models. Beatrice and Coleman OIL STOVES—Single I BOX IRONS—6%". 7" and 8" SAD IRONS—No. 6. COAL POTS OIL LAMPS and LANTERNS WILKINSON ft HAVNES CO.. LTU, Suceaaa*,,! C. S. PITCHER& CO.. LH Phones: 4472 & 1887 /### WE \HK ... with the Best of GRC CADBURYS RED LABEL DRINKING CHOCOLATE „ m AYLMERS ASPARAGUS SOUP LIPTONS COFFEE OXO CUBES SAVOY CHOCOLATE MALTED JACK STRAWS DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGES (excellent quality) HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE SMEDLEYS MIXED VEGETABLES POBERTSONjS LIME MARMALADE b i SWEET MIXED PICKLES HOLLOWAY'S DRY GIN QUEEN OLIVES COCKTAIL ONIONS „ COCKTAIL CHERRIES I AUSTRALIAN PEACHES AUSTRALIAN PEARS AUSTRALIAN APRICOTS SOUTH AFRICAN GUAVAS COCKADE FINE HIM, STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. Lltl \OBin: DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE "MAURETANIA" ON SATURDAY OUR DKY GOOD DEPARTMENT WILL CLOSED ON : Thursday 24.li <•• '^ und open • Saturday 2). BEEE TRIPE TONGUES. LIVER. FRESH VEi DAI! PRE'SULTANA* KED • run GODDARDl -v.-.'. •-•.-. :'.•.:•,'.:::::<.:•.::•• ::'•••' % 



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„ i ,|i.\V. JAMAKV24. 19511 Vestry Seeks Help From [,lains. Smith IH FLOOD QUESTION LOCAL NEWS THE BAHBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE %  nw SL Jcwph '•' %  AaVardthr problem ol ri El— wlllcn were damaged Zj£, the hlilh wlniU ol Augubl ff-Seplember I and decided to Aaams and Mr. South, St parun'' representatives in l!L SOUK ol Assembly, to put Government, it OK House ijj'hettl that the money (hen Jo, repairs of damaged houses „ inadequate. A letter dated December JO was Irom the Colonial Sacrareaa M Office It l a m directed 'o Inform you •kit the Legislature has made aniUUc the sum ol $15,000 lor tM purpose ol meeting the cost at rep*""* IO houses damaged in the storm o( the nights of August 11 and September 1. The amount maoe available is not intended to cover all claims as the -enl has not yet decided what jKthod should be used in regard to the settlement ol certain of the tlums received by it. An amount of $2,905 is made available to you under the ..laphed voucher for the purpose of paying the claims listed in the attached schedule. The schedule Shows the name of the claimant. the address and the amount WI by Ihe Colonial Engineer's Department in conjunction with the authorities ol the perish. You arc authorised to have repairs effected at a cost not i the estimate ol the Colonial Engineer or to make direct payment to the claimants on your being satisfied that required repairs hive been completed. There would bo no objection to your nmXJf.S '"',1 r the 'Ladv Nelson' off St Lucia King. Gran,,ey Walter,. Samue, Williams. M PARISH ROUND-UP M Mi.iuel. NeMwi Devaluation nor rise of cost of living is affecting the sales of 2— Sweepstake tickets rot ihe forthcoming spring Meeting. Two weeks ago the llarbados Turf Club was selling lour Series ahead of last year but now they are selling nve. Series T is on sale. The two shillings is devalued Us worth the while taking it to try at thousands of dollars (Barbados Currency). '.tie rain fell over the week-end and St. Michael with 22 pans had Ihe heaviest rainfall. All the other parishes got below : 10 parts except si Andrew, St I Thomas and St. John. They got i only drizzles. | Memberships of the Caribbean workers' Union are ncreasing flajlj People of every walk of life go up to the second floor of 'i Synagogue building to register for this Union. Six Survivors Picked Up From Sunk Schooner The six survivors of (he sunken schooner "Alna Leotaud" %  Rived lure by R.M.S. "Lay Nelson" about 1.30 p.m. vesArts And Crafts Maintain High Standard terday. In The House To-day A nil! to amend the Tariif Act 1921. Int. and .tellers James 24 of Dominica. Sl. Vincent Schooner "A,i,,i N tOU net. Ill 40 miles to the East ol St. s the first item [,,„.,;, wrM n it cam* into collision set down on the Order Paper with the 4,655-ton (net) R.M.S. CHILDREN from four schools _. ,„ „, were among the fairly large They are Samuel Williams 23. crowd that attended the Barbados Gayman King 24. Grantley Wai Arts and Crafts Exhibition which 4 ; C S p S am Croydon. Teleopened at Queen's I'm k m tiHS^lS^SSS^ St. 1 •*•"-** Being held along the Arts and Crafts show is exhibition of call of which could not be displayed at the Annual Indust bition for lack of space. School children who attended "! i. Present proposed &" -" ~ !£ter?no.TclVn?7he\'r ^ ^ G Ve BuBl ^laln Tc.emaoue told tlie hoem should be met. and if any A Resolution to Dlace the sura "* avoeatc lh < ,he accident loov. of the claimant, listed was not of $2,o00 the dUp^al of The P JT abOUl 5 "' m v y m f" Inoccupation or his house j-otl ;,.v,,, n. ,•-.:-,.,., i ,,.,. com"'"is crew was up and to work ss? nr„! !" ;;;:, X?-* tssrxsenz i^r; v£t Estimate For Koch Hn Us ,', £*. ^^^ & ,!om !" £ZT^Z% Iruit. spaciousness, which makes H When the vessels collided, said easier to lako %  step backward I : 'fitti'w tnd hhnaeU llK Ret a better view of got about] one life boat. The particular painting, schooner broke and sank irmneExhibitors include Mrs. White. ately. Mr. Ivan Payne, Mr. BrUgsThe "Nelson" got back lo their Clarke., Mrs de K, Albans. I lie Arts and Crafts show is concerned, the standard of worn of past years -is upheld. There is a falling off In quantity owing *c the fact that on this occasion there ore no exhibits tan British Dd Trinidad. This. howMr. A. Carter. Churchwarden, Ihe Supplementary said that according to the letter, 1949—50, No. 20. which the Colonial Office provided an Schedule to this resolution. estimate for each house and in A Resolution to place the Bum some cases, the inspector who of $3,000 at the disposal of the 5LJ2?2V" 1 "? '^ hid visited the tiGovernoi CommlttM H,"^," iTJtpd the damage while in others lo supplement ''T* •• %  bis estimates were decidedly Eitimatea 1MB—SO, Pan I, Curunder-ertimated. imatea as'shown in the S -00 nboul 30 a m an<1 ,onk Mrs Macavity.. H • %  ird with part of their Mrs. Merritt. and Mi. Hi personal affects which they luckChildren's Work ilv saved. There is a good deal ol children", he men looked none the wortt on disp i av innkc tho ,..,„. their experience when ., lu> *_....' :.. .,„, .„,,.,„ SS, investigation B *"* ( "' expected that dlacunion Into ihe incident was being carried SIS'-. "• ' exhibitors from this institution : to authorise tho Schooner "Alna Leotaud" has carried " .';... ^TS^zsriZa,*. -"-- i • - %  .^"i HJtofrizers. as part of the debt Co mmlttee "of llarbados. which Mayers owed them. In Ml E ,, M „„], A S"""* W ' that il „,.,; ,;,,. H ,i Into Committee atned quit.' clearl] how Ihi tl a,,,,.,,,, the Gas Colonial Engineer t Inspector ha nil l, and Mr 1). n under .Mimated some ..l n ,„, ti„. eauge lo h..ii-<-.. | reiaUng _p. L. H. Hulsoii said that in hl „, the repatriation lo Africa ol Uttncl he hud seen Lisle Mapp'l person] ..f African descent. wuse which was also damaged by be storm. He said thai Mapp t' hal not railed hen llmc however, an electricity cut made looking at exhibits djfneult The show .ontinui's today. Bodily Harm Cost 30/S,S. Coiiira Arrives %  M given $00 bj Government but B his opinion this amount could lo nothing to Mapp's house. He Nxnted out th;it if he was in Upp's position he would ask lovemment to try repairing the %  ate with that amount of money. f a nd v ".a~ A Serious \ iev\ passengers and cargo. DECISIONS of His Worship Mr. ma who imposed fines of 30/and 20/on Alias Eugene of I i, St. Michael, DUTCH SS. "Cottica" arrived were conilrmed by Their Honou.s at Barbados yeati ngMr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. 11. A. wiih %  o. the AjBtstai ^esterday. Mr. Talm.f Mr. A. P. Cox said that he took of the 120 passengers numben BuMne guilty of having *ery serious view of the coiuli104. Icted bodily harm on Leotta of these houses, lie said that Among the cargo for this port Marshal) on the first ch;i i different occasions he had .,,., eases of of having inflicted il.ly harm on %  rt Government denied that n Um , ,., champagne, gin, conYvonne, her daughter, oa the ^.. m ^ on the n,Bht of Au-i %  -"—' %  ">' — rf*-i •'' wt 31 and September 1 but now I the latter they had referred to I at a stoi densed milk, powdered milk, meal %  ecoad preserves, split ]>e,i-. apples. i-.Uf Thi .... had her little daughter in her hen adl Schoonera Call Schooners "Ada lin ( %  tV and Kmei.-lda'' called > with cargo. The %  Adaltna" arrived from St With charcoal, lire wood. copra, coeoanuta, fresh (rult and three dot Both the Gardenia W ane the Emeralda" came from Trinidad. The former's cargo wan Of tiles, li. I boards, metallic liquid, displa> %  %  rreafa fruit, The lath gasoline, WOOd prJ n oil. The three schooners are conHe laid thai ciwuirina m 't the baby on her 1ZZJZ ISSJS.— Sc """" Aaaot laUon. tier with a piece of IroQ cross her shoulder. hthouse*" .fed He The "Cottica' A i'"i On her (ace, bursting light tl to leave port last night for Tt M Nj that the other Goveinments in Next pas;; up_ a stone, and Eugene th.n past had done nothing about Surinam i """ j jiaat d houses when it wns the Ihe whlcn is due went Government that was not from Dover. England *g as ninth : ,s former GovernFebruarv Jf. and 21. The X' ,. "Bonaire" is slitership to the "•"idjhat he was acquointel "Cottica." Loc.ii I tbeea %  Ltd. Wh a woman with many children • on page 7 Sold Fear l ; or Si\|M'inv Police Bund At St. John's Aliiishoiisv %  Acting Case Struck Out IE APPRAL Hied by Weber ~ In a forecla u e action Fined For Fined £5 THRU Honouri Mr. Taylor and Mr. II. A. Vaughan i.t i %  Appeal >estcrdoy varied :< decision -l Mr. H. A Talma, Police Magistral.' nt "A." Their Honours Inj reased a Ana from £2 to £5 when THE POUCO Band i Band Master, Sgt. C. Art play at the St. John's Almshouse ut 4 p.m.. today. Classical music nnd popular tunei <; i. tiuprnayamrne. One of the members of the Union told the -Advocate" that he thinks the Union Is doing fine, although only in its "youth". It is understood that the Union has had requests from outer parishes asking for fuller information explaining the aims and objects and also asking that meetings be held in their districts. The loss of an amplifier valued $600 was reported by Algernon Crawford of the -Observer Printing Office." Lucas Street. It is also reported that the amplifier was taken from the Superintendent's Office at Quat between January L' and 10, It L| iwford's property. Knight of Cooks Alley reported the loss of a pair of pants valued $8.50 from a box cart which was parked in Prince William Henry Street on Saturday. %  legates were appointed by the Vestry yesterday. The Buildinn Committee will be Mr. Carter. Mr. Branch. Mr, Williams. Mr Gooding and Mr Con. Delegates to represent (he Parish e Mr. L. ChaUenor and Mr. Carter. Delegates sent St. Anns Church are Mr Farmer and Mr. Mayers. These delegates are representing the various churches in the 19T.0 Synod. The Harvest Thanksgiving Festival of ng. Joseph's Church will be held on Sunday next There will be three services—at 0.00 a.m.. 11.00 a.m. and 430 p.m Mr. Oswald Walker was again appointed ofhViul weigher of Motor Vehicles n> met yesterday. I An Appreciation By the passing of Mr. Sydney B. Inniss, who was a well-known member of the community aim who came of a highly respected family here, the Barbados Chess Club is considerably the poorer. Mr. Inniss, a keen devotee pf thai game, was one of the founder members of the Club, which was formed as far back M was local Chess Champion for several years. winning the championship title of the Club on. at least, live ooaaak also filled the offices of VuePresident and PrcMdcnt from time to time. As will be gathered, he was a chess player <>f dlaUnctiou. and a valuable asset to playing strength of the Cbab the tlrst Intercolonial gress, held in Georgetown Brl Guiana, in March is*:,. 1 | i one of the Barbados tives. and he abji other important tourn events, taking part matches which Barbados contested with British Quit Trinidad many years ago, and giving a good account on all these occasion*. The Club members, who have a aanaa of personal loss thi death, desire to pay arreeuonate and respectful tribute to his memory. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES. I.ADIKS' Red. Tan and Navy Fancy Sho, White Sandals and Court Styles QBNTS AND 111ILUKI \s MIOKS-in a Variety of M>1. I .inHaute ol Sizes ALL TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST The (toods we are offering are not shopsoiled or old slock—they are merely up.". ...id \Mes we have derided to | discontinue. Till: HAIU.AINS INCLUDE C.KNTS SHOES REDUCI II ITtO.M (1U lo • sun lme-,0 I At l 8 lo • %  ::IKI Isnund torlS Minuunenti ana ** rt in the cable v irbados contestS AND LADIES SHOB81 IUIM s:,.:,o Of Mggfgg Uttff affg main other lines all reduced n I lie same yeiuioiis scale—Why nol visit us to-day and make your Choice. HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPT Dial 2364 %  •V////*Vi//ATTIN of st. Thomas Henrietta Layne, %  alliii i y as Cllhcr thc • %  ix i )UUt '" 3 dBB rjjwi nor his c ., | months by instalments or In '„. .ii— 12 cents indefault one month's imprtaornnent stead of 8. The offence was comPWiics In the action were bv His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod nutted on December 19, 1MB, O. Beckle. (Plaintiffyesterday. Layne had been found guilty l *nt) and Westcrman I). He was found guiltv of driving and fined for a similar offence ajjpT" 'jjteiiuant). Heckles was the motor va n M-2044 in . prior tOathls case. Their Honour* JJT*, • Mr D. H. L, Waiti, manner dangerous to the public felt that gffa offen.e, %  ttBrd \L r Mcs *rs. Cottle on the Lower Wharf on since Layne had been wa:: mmttmmkmm i had still committed it. merited a line. 25 Y<;ars Ago (RarbMlos Advocate, January 24. 19t) UQIIIWMUIII < IIA.MI'ION SHIP TO BE I Ol (all 1 til I At the Olympic Theai: Kid Albert the iiarhadu* llghtweighl represent.*live will the Demerara Champion lightweight, Babe Walka round contest. The Minuhire lau is about ten pounds ".eaviei than the champion which ought u> bi ol some advantage to him. A great deal of enthusiasm li being exhibiled in the fight tonight, which is being viewed by a good many fans as an Inb contest. Undoubtedly ers themselves feel thai are inspired with the | I %  yen .t feeling nnturallj That there uill be I i;ood main fight, there can be no doubt. Added to the thrills which a strong exposition of the manl] art offer, lovers eg the sport will witness a powerful display. between Stanle, BC. Butcher, 6 rounssl bantam-weight rounds. HI Ml K \l %  \ XI. Mr. c. R BrowM and Mr, A. Q Gomes will be unable to take part in the Intercolonial t> in Trinidad next month Judging from his play when Mr. Qomea can be spared but be fatal to Demerar.i slender chances, anyhow they must buck up %  without him. SWEET or DRY amber iGuadeloupe Is Sending Students To Study Building In France $• •pecu HI be trained are follows: Hi; masonry, cement reinforced concrete, '"Pt'd u; 'ifiiU,, "Uxia,!. JSft^J 1 n>try. Joinery S^" l)i lumblng; *>: house-wiring for T^^'**': locksmiths. The r ""^^ta:*^ who iLicm, %  acquired some training in thc Candidates must be between 18 and 35 years of age. During the course, probationers receive tho same wages as workers, but with an increasing of They also en> social security, social accident insurance and I i basis as regular wage earners. %  %  Fined 20'TWO lines were imposed on Eustace Harewood of %  V Mclesd. be paid in one month or in default one month's imprisonment for driving a car without holding a proper D Tweedside Road on October 22, and £2 10s. in 2 months 'iione month's imprisonment for driving the car atom: I load ni th undue oare. Gate Widened M ol the Fire Brigade; station is being widened and the garage is being enlarged. %  because of the larger type of .(•quired by the iifade. %  in response to any fire alarm, the id to be driven %  to be finish. Will customers please note Owinj" 1n ihe am i tourilt ship, this store will be open I ||] day •a SMiim.w .iiii. .I.V.M vn v inn ill i>c oloMd tor Ihe weakly hull holldaj al 12 NOON . %  Till ICII w -oil, JANUAKY CAVE SHEPHERD & co. LTD. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET HOLmiYiM L\ r. aV.> llrliM-rii-v can be imaged in I Inl.K. fur mi., of th rs e popular • %  VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details prill he llattl) given on % % %  liraH— to HOItl 1.1 I IIO>l LTD. Whilepark, (. Ill It 11 s\ (,.VKA(iK) Dial 4616



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TITE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TTEfiDVY. JANTABY M, i|j, BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS eeroer I |AM "Fi I. '•* <"tXX TD ^iCEKTQATE ON [ MM . 101 *.. .* 1 CWT I MCP ^". iMXTQE MA. THAT" Pv 1 LANiTCCNCFV %  %  GDDD NEWS!! FRESH STOCKS OF Stop Pyorrifei In 24 Hoi,; r-nrt. Mouth or Mi HI** *2 ->n. or Vaf.r wiH nak. rowtUS ji >n may ...— Hh^tmaiuZ ..T* k n>uUr. Stop ilM* %  y Ml Taw" 1 "* '•' ass ,. .'hi. "i-aa, | ... _ ry A ma. a*, m, %  um* in 14 hoar*. —moat .. _. %  >our t-lh tf Bftipiy r-ow..^^ TO HAND BE SURE AND ASK FOR RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA w^-s*SSl Amosan ££;.;£ Iwr Py.rrk.a—Tru,k it*, HAPPY RELIEF FROM BACKACHE WHY PUT UP with MZ diKomfort from tw^T rhcurn-uc pains. '"Tltiigi "j •clvng muides and minors Common urinary djiotflui ia*. •higai'h kidney actioa -A*,? Miiim get bappy rrtkt Many thousands of K p'-e bleat the m'% Hackacbc .._ T well known dfanfc 2 onrurv amueptk belpt I^Mbdnevi to cam out that AaS of niding the blood of acatiafc acid and other impuriti*. aaaaid CD health. Grateful people, earn where, recommend Doao'iPfca their friends and aWighbcan. ZT,., DOANIr YOU HAVE NEEDS... Britain is making the goods to meet them designing for your needs U call •n Britain's resources and skill. She %  ludied your reujuiremenis, and haswdco >ur buyers in greater numbers E vhibiting at ft..HriiKh LH U kt i -iir .100 inandtueiuuMs ml] reve .•ducts, and from ev*T) .000 bu\crs wW I ite lekcttoni inking new goods fa I .scd Britain's pn lurn these expoiu ci ibte I.. uam is the wot Id's BUT. ooaands of k,-, known *,,_._. yuhckM Tha M|MM mam., m n r m iii n i M iaaw allc •!.! background IX)LClri ba. W. tborouaa i ?



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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE [CLASSIFIED ADS. / |,|: WXAL vmnmnaan \OTHFS. PAGE SEVEN LTES fbafsf SAL** UXAl FOR RENT r s i . I v i **•• MfKH %  • %  chut. .MTOCATS > ^ ("l*. I TOM laky*-* %  "*• %  <*v %  • "• %  • MOUSE? rwnu. dra* ,na and dining nxina. gentry out office. G. W D.al SeSO* "^ %  1 30—3n FUAT "Oc,, 9pra y .._ BO,,,^ Qh h Modern utuated on ihf m (SO *r month Dial 337t from Monday ^ a iso—tn DIED Friends s^ !" -"' |n| *"" ,h ""~ i. 1UI" Trot !" lg !" *"S —" wanna." '""V, 1 """ ^ASB WXASI COPY FLATS fully rw • i.lor nm unct) at Inn|Wf. St. Philip PUBLH SALES =3 AUCTION C AR—Ford Prefect ID h p Ford Car t ... itL lto rr* ) c-* <" %  rriaay 3Tth at 3 p.m. FORD PHMirT "Mi"S*5 "*"-' ^^iSr" !" ma Ul. H ARCHES MC KtNzu H 1 U. .v. IN MEMORIAM "TttM life < lWh J-HJ true to ihe pnd ' your -Tog mi.e. vow •"• %  <* %  IT VMMt pUC*. o dtv tnoiri your %M* l O ,hu **ii cari % %  IMl P11—"" cnlldrwii. DAD PAItHS PLtAftE COPY'. Th* public mi^ hotvoy wanted acaiivii in!cr*dil 10 my if* DOltlS HB*T "** r *, n w •• I do no* hold mvaeK ——— for her or *,*£„ ^J! cMMa In my nj'ma -rder mnnl Inrru> Signed PRrNCX ALB1KT llTST. M n .. 34 1 SOtn W ACTED iory Of %  u FUr -I'd Uix>Hnr L1VIHG1 WDTVHD who fl aataap otv kJtwn l*Wr hava port urx* inrl BIMI day wt tovl %  •< .-.'H> w*y %  u> twn al tha momonl "hod. nl of lh Hanii that are lorn %  uon thai -r ihad alWr yoar. a frlaia ina( are allantiy born* i idmutfiltri Aldolphua, lllllon l> Uanr. Dcllepiaue u;id Amiin.j td O/JiSF. El. j 1 on January S)rd IM*. | ad Branlnc ar MM rlaar call 'or mo I sum Thin* iha glory k roEomad aoul M on 1*11 lAa aiorf I flat made u* whole. t FAMILY .i.apM oi BMf iHACKBrr. who died . -TOO home to ; H dau|hirii MIMI piiii aui—In FOII MALE vrolM Car. New Tyroa liable for hire. Apply hDamcki. St. Jamaa. MT*o iD Momi S h.p oui MaW. One ill Vauxhail 1M1. r Gaitfr, Si. Mailltlaa Cap II 1.30—On Otrrowt iiwb u nod OODMUUOB, %  apply t Wiini. uidbui> 22.1.50—3n I CYCLE Two Corm UjhtifeUiAC Moior C> Mr.. Thea. I abop toiled -IHI ar* ihvreJ oflarad ..t vei) %  JWral rsundty Lid brood Si ll.l.M—Jn. Mb>ul lloraa, iullfbl* lor p ndlni Apply u> Ifc. Janiifr i Ca. K-u Koabwck l Hetculaa SUvet KIOK, or •"*•, > UMI and in buck I C., Lid. Dial M.'6 la.II •— 1.1!. NtOUS Nw rbirbaitka Plalfom .•. Apply Manager. Ud H 1 [ nanian n.r.huahii %  !" E'eity Aulbinallc SpulJ* low prtce of Ilia .MI.. % %  Ilu n * Co. Ud. Dial a. >MJ0.-Jn. I^Cowplelr lane >Ue Lamp. a flowered Chimmy. Only . huirhiriHin ft Co.. Ltd. t; 7 *" %  %  %  i H.r ** !U - Hortuck St. 0d Praaauro LanWff Poww. m.&t nrn, for |F*'A. Ba.n„ ft Co. Ltd Ml !' -2SH* "ln*UI rire, !" n „ J** %  *"Ubl for ornca o> >uur rnorUi r"iTi ****•• "1.. Sun. — t f n and Car Tj-r 790 m ; ",. s •• l. 800 M aM"ir_ aHErr "-. n.. B>, h Ft"*-,. A„ P „ AuUl ,,„ %  LlV 1 Phont MM 111-1.1 1 .9*—lk> r fi^ 11 PYJAMAS Th. n 1 .9*-lsn WANTED" &f Old "fcSS ROOM bG. \l IIO\ SALE Fl'KNlTIRE ft inn -1 ii-.i % %  irrECTra IAZILWOOD HOl'HE iil-HMi • COIB.T HILL SATURDAY nth at 11.19 p.m. WE .o-p lnatructad by Mil 1. M BAKh£KA and othon to -el l>y Auction the following valuable rurnlluie and effecta :— Couchra. (XcaUonal Tables. nmirii; (liiui Sideboard. lUxikon* larKoi. patinird 1'laypam. 2 High Chair* Singer Sowing Machine. 5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven. 2 'ono-bumen Stove*. PriKldaire. Electric Iron. Go-Cart. lane (lujuitlly QUaawgre. Stiver. China. Kuchdh Ware. OnuunenU TolJing Steps. TrutvAs. SUitra.e.. Tool.. Toya, Ladder*. Booka and numy other inter eating item. FRIDAY 27 JANUARY and MORNING Of* THE SALL SAT URDAY 2STH JAN CASH ON I \1 1 MI 11 VMMI 1: AIX'TIONKERS IHVONI111 VBM.S HELP CIJMK -ImmedUtely Junior Clerk fo; omce SaUry M0 00 to F!S 00. Drpmil ing on Quallnoatlotia and vKpeiierc-,5uceeaful applicant tnml aaaume duae. y „." r bn ?? ry Appl >' '" P*>n with ~ ippllcgllon to the Secretirv Bay Street. 21 l 30—3-1 Eckstein Broa. HOUSEKIJTFJt loiiiirt-t,,,! Lagh howfceeper for Guew Houae ftcpori. em.-M in preparing Salada. making nniry. Pwtding. etc eential. Apply Box. m. i_ /0 Advocate Advcrtlatng Dept. MI so—an NURSE MAID-Wanted bv Ehgll.h family for baby girl, age .vine inonin* Muat have referencca nnd b willing to live in Apply Box 33 Co A0IT>,M.. AOvt. Deparur^ni 21.1.50—In ^"D nOY-AW. 10 ride Btoyek Apply; Manager. Sea View Guerl House 3* 1.S0-3H REAL ESTATE "THE BANYANS— Wllh the Uitd thereto, containing a Acre* 2 Rood., .ill Porchea. alluate at Upper Bay Str-et. M. Michael Ideally lulUble for ievrlopment as a Building Estate. Inspection any day except Sunday. hetween tha hour* of 0.30 a.m. and 11..i0 a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on application to Mr. Ronnie Qittena on -he premlaea. Dial 3771. The above property will be set up for Sale al our Office No. 17 High Slree.. rgetown. un Friday 3rd dey d February 10S0. at 1 p.m. For further particular, and Condition. f Sale, apply to the undersigned:— COTTLX. CATFORD ft CO., 20.1.50--lln Hill SALE OR RENT— Farley Hill. St. Peter Old PlanUtlon houae with large ballroom. Dining room library, fourteen bedrooBa* etc. Ideal for converting to reatdanllal club. For detain. Apple to Bradebaw ft Contpany. .1.M.-U.n. SHOPOne (li Double-rooled board and Shingled attup, sllualrd ul Station Hill. SI. Michael. In good condition Apply to Tha Manager, Pitcher Conne. V Co. Lid. 20. SI. U Roebuck St. 21 ISO—3n SI private ENGAGEMENTS made . Oping and Shorthand, afternoon* 4 Saturday. I p.m. Mlaa P H. jWri Aviernore. Brittona Crou Road. I-hone 2083 between 9 30 am. and 3 M p.m. M.l 50-n INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income? Tax nturni are required from every niarried man whose income is JI200.00 per annum or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unincorporated, societies, person, enfaaed in any trade or profession, and owners of land or property whether a taxable income has .ccrucd during the past year or not. Forms eft Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Dcoart-IT J!2? THE 1ST AY F JANUA RY, 1M. -nd meTms duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the foUowln. respective dates : 1. Returns of persona whose books were closed on the 31st m 0 0t DeCember > 1849, ^ OT bel0 " %  31 day of March. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June. 1050 M£TMO "" 0lh r PerWWS n r be 0re th 3I ' Jan_ F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE | Any person faillnr to make his return within the due date will be liable to a Hae not enceedlnc tlOO and not le-s than £2 and will be prosecuted unit*. „,. facierr reason is given. 10.].50.-ln. WATERWORKS DEl'ART.MENT Owing to interruptions in the electric power suaply it is becomZ,? Cn T n ly lUmCU,t ,0 maintain ,h d otic wTtcr iupiy wh^h partly relies on thu power for pumpmg. WSu PP'>. *"" uv otwater^ndT h rCby reqUMtcd IO exercl ^me care in the r,e 8 !sCap. a p^;:,r POrl mm ^^ * ^ !" h basins, lavarv U for e th^ S C - P< ralion is iv n immediateb-, it will be neces:;.?i 0 :_:! le O VCrnmen, lo -^ w flt er restrictions until the etec22.1.50—2n. trie supply position has improved. W !" ? !" ^* !" MIDDLE AOED WOMAN to live with, cook and care f,„ oW>y Apply P A. Lynal .Mreet. 3A $0 _.._ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE T),r lallei of C N WEBCC9 of %  ruimg. t-h ch for pernaaHon lo ^eil Sptnt. Malt Llqtinra. | V; '" ioon ol Weakca Cantean. Middle Str.-. Datad 'hi, 13rd day of January ia To H A TALMA.. Eaq Phl.ce M.igiau-ale Dl.t "A" SUPied C. N. WECKEff, .. _. Applicant ./* B-—Thia appllcallon will be const' %  :;' i a. Police Court, District A*, ui Thur*0v "J* 2r "' <*y ol Fobruao-. ISM. at II H. A" LUCKY DAY VERY LUCKY DAY!! on which you insjl GAS for cooking lUve you *n the .iltractlve Enamel Hot Plate* at your Ga. The Dominic. HandrrafLs Co. ulll remain open on . SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH but will he cloned on THURSDAY. JANUARY 26TII. Thi* it intended to patronise the tourists visiting this colon). RESIDENT MANAGER. SEAWELL AIRPORT. BARBADOS s5'^:-i !" r:' Resiam A '-" M — Duilrs will include: Adminlslralion of Airport and start and supervision of airport sen-ices. e.j. Air Traffic Control, crash and fire equipment, radio services, airport hygiene, etc Candidales should have a good general administrative background and experience in any of the following would-be advantageous: Flying as aircrew; Aircraft and/or aerodrome control by day and night p '* c both R/T and Visual; Airport Administration; Organisation of crash and lire fighting personnel and equipment; Radio; etc. Candidates should also mention any other aeronauUcaJ qualifications. *-*.". -nd LTT* appoln,mem wm be on a temporary basis in the first place and may be term.nated by one months notice on ether side CMrl 1 A M> lic-ttoni 8la,ln qualifications, should be sent to the Colonial Secretary, Barbados, before the 15th February. 1950. 24.1.50.—2n. Vestry Seek Help • t*~ !•* s whose house was falling down over her head. He wanted to ask the parish's representatives. Mr. L Smith, M.C.P.. and Mr. G. H Adams, M.C.P.. to see if something could not be done to assist the unfortunate people. Five Months Since Storm "It is five months since the storm, and I think that it is time that something should be done", said Mr. Cox. Mr. L. E. Smith next said that the matter was in the hands of the churchwarden. He said that he had approached the Churchwarden to find out the necessarv amount that would be needed to complete repairs to these houses. and he was informed by the Churchwarden that he should sit a short while. Mr. Carter said that he had told Mr. Smith to wait because some of the money could repair and more than repairthe houses that it was estimated f*>r. Me drew an instance to the attention of the Vestry where he ssid the houses of Mary Hutson of Spa Hill and Clyde Inniss of Dark Hole were repaired and with money left over from these two houses he repaired another house which belonged lo Violet Jordan also of Dark Hole. Mr. Colin Williams, said that he did not know if the St. Joseph Vestry would get any more from Government because Government knew that the whole thing was s racket. By this he meant that in some cases where peoples houses were damaged before the storm the same people were claiming that their houses were damaged by the storm. ( It.ii:.. of The Job Mi Smith then said that the Churchwarden was in charge ol the job. If he (Mr. Smith) was to get more money from Government, he would have to tell them how many more houses needed repairing and what was the cost. He said that in his OSstelOO ihc Churchwarden was going about it the right way. First he would have to fix what houses he could before he could say how many others needed repairing and the amount it would take. He accused Mr, Cox of placing himself in front uf the Churchwarden. Mr. Cox said that in the first the Churchwarden had aVSSSSR II tona neL In Carlisle Bay IN PORT : Schooner Molly N Jonea. Donadale. from Tnnktad R.-n Manuata. Set. Betquee*. Sen Mary Jaaon Jonas ft Co Ltd sT^ iltf-.'WJi '^ *"' ^ -Vhoir^Oardanl. W. ,. str, ^ReaS ^ h Jtt^ "Si* oIto Sfff "'*'" "•* st Vincent: Agent. H-?,,,,i?! ?^. ,J^ U ^. S ^. M r a ***<•' Owner.' Aaaoctetton. W^*B*fal£ ni^r^T W*JJ £^ r V >u r ^l' ,oon r Ad.hr* SO ton. net. Capt uiTaaJ. . n ^ l< y D *'"'>cl. FWmminsj. from St Luna Aaent. "Zi** "i" 1 ss >* %  *'** SUBT. Schooner Owner*:' Aaareiauon. """" %  Schooler Kmaralda. 51 tona net. Cans, llA^tieVJUIIItonlnSrl Caa. V.a ^'^:.!r W .Z r T td d *-""= =**"• D~". <" Funchal A^entlf's, P Muaaon. Son ft Co.. Lid. Arriving by owner*' Aaaortation. M.V. Athel Ruby. 313 ton. net. Capt. IM-, ••-.** rom Dover-M L. Berry, E Hudson "o**". Arthur U A. La>ne. C ISeal>-. R Sealy. E A* Clliabeth Mereier lX>nedan. Mark Mercler. *W*> •• Mtt4 ... . 1/MMUiS/ SIKtIAUSTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY DIXON & BLADON REAL ESTATE AGENTS — Uini.MiiPhone I.m PrsnUlioi r vi'#'.*/**'*->'*-*'.V,','*-,',',V,',V, NOTICE COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern Cungulow. four bedroom., two I>.I;J--. electilrlty. water, on tha sea. own private bathing beach. I 1 acre* of land Vegetable Gardei M Garden, St. James. Knq i.vld St. Peter. Phone 91-50 premiK. Garden, St. James M.I Due to the arrival ol a tourt.'.ahlp on Saturday 2Sth our .tore ,„,. lr m UMtMeVnla "!| " "~" ">"-. • Jamaa. Enquiry Sand>-|d nUl '""ad of Saturday for thia at tnc 1 THE WOLD," alh Avenue. Marine Oaidena, with about 10.000 square feet of land will be offered for sale at the ifRes of the undersigned on Thursday, the 2nd day of February, 1H0 al 3 p m Thia freehold da-elllnghousa contain, gallery, 2 public room-, kitchen and panlry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms, bath etc. on Ant floor. Electric, ga* and water service!. The house has recently been renovated .nd decorated and la In excellent condition. Inspection by appointment with Mr. H. S. Bynoe. Dial B310. Further particulara and conditions of %  ale apply to ... COTT1-E. CATFORD A CO SolicitorS1.1JH>.—lln. LEDTON--On-Sea. well known an, .•ttractive Saaatde Raaort at Maawell % or parUcular* apply V. De Una ft Co.. 20. Broad Street, Phone 46** n 1 40-on I-A.\I> Three ill rood, of land it Kill. Village. Saint Jamaa on tha public rc*d. opposite ~Aivaro" Applj i" H Nile., James Sbeet, or Phone 3113 oi 307S. M.1.S0—In fr ^alr— Contd MISCELLANEOUS EGGS lUlf-bred bronae Turkey 1.each Phone 34S9. Mr* K Gr num. SUalhclyde. SICKLES Ca.ll* Turloo Sickle.. UH" it 40 cent. each. Buy your requirement. H>, Ihey are avallabU al G. W. HuUh neon Co.. Ltd. Du.1 4122 11.1.50 3n GARDEN SHEARSGarden Shear. it S3 01 each. Limited quantity r, %  luiehlnson ft Co.. Ltd. Dial 4Xtt II I 50 3n. CJ1ADIOL1 HU1J>BV IS different coloun aa, 1 Grade, )uat arrived from llouand. vpely J W. Barrow. Teaephone No* MW4SIM 34 I *•—n Oom flake*, ahredded *hea*. PuBed Wheat. Oarwvbn, AU Bran •liifleU. Cream of Wheat, alao Barlea and '-Iflakes. W M Ford DUi SSSf. J aebuck Street M 1 SOIn rOrMaSD UBAVI Comae! Beef with cereal. Lamb Tanauea. Staak and Kidney Pudding and Mutto i and Pa-.. W K. Pard, Roebuck Siieat. Dial 34S. I SOJn HAMB In Una cooked a lb to • lb. M ll IS par lb and Small Tina at S3 VI aacn .:*.. Baceri .Deed or whole alaba W M lord. M Hoebuck Street. Dial 34* 34 1 som %  ajafe agj H It KOWAKDS LM,. 8 Broad Street N.I ao-:n COUGH LOZENGES for coughs,colds & sore throats .-.-.•.-.-.'.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.-.v.-,-.-.-.-.-.. 'GOD'S WAY OF ;; SALVATION MADE PLAIN" Free Book from S. Roberts, 30, Central Avenue, Bengor, N. Ireland. %  j ailiS" %  '• %  > %  •• %  ll: l. I.U..I., MAOAUKU ... .. JOHN.ON H MAflONI.Hr llStt^uSSF*" 8 WOOD.MKM n^gS^SSa A.', T U, A,S' u ^rT N • .ii... .oi tied la laaaeel Ik. raaie of IIOL.r PAINTING BBISBIS Jaal Oaeaed b) JOHNSON'S HASDWABI I BM I'S for Ihe i. .il.m II,., ... LETTER BALANCES; WIRE TRAYS: WIRE BASKETS; CASH BOXES—different sizes Also: SPRING BACK BINDERS; FOOLSCAP AND LETTER SIZE ROBERTS & CO. HERE AGAIN!! Your Favourite Drink VISTOUT yem HEALTH/ _/.. igH CTRIMCTli/ JJweaA* *m -TTAUTY/ IT DRINKINC • %  \ U CONTAINING ..VWMWV! J VITAMIN B t FOR SALE ,.i .TSf und "!p" .nd ha lb M t*t w %  . w. M. rorl. M DI>1 VM Si I 10•S^ D sii@[ioii THE VITAMIN STOUT fm O.TAIMABLE FROM.' ALL GOOD GROCERS made an estimate of $4,200 for 4? houses and Government did not accept it They sent their own inspector to make estimates. He said that It was left to the representatives of the psrish to go forward and place the matter before the Government. Mi. Smith and Mr. Adams should go forward and ask Government to send someone lo the Parish to see the condition of the houses. At this stage the Churchwarden ssid that in the nrst place Mr. Cox was talking about money and now he changed his argument to lhat of .sending representative to see I.UildillK. Paaaeratiia leaving for Trlni>> nignt were John Frederick ion. Isabel Garcia. St Ctair Meri.ine Hollin.. Monica Hnllina. Vel~ Rea lB ja, Melvm Koliina. Arthur Bowen. John I;reave*. Alice Baptutte, Allan Holder. MirUmTasSSOrV ^ R.M.S Lady Nelaon. 4.SS9 tona net. front SL Lucia: Agenta : Co. Ltd. ABJUVALK By BW.I.AL From Trinidad : Beryl Armatrong, lionald Arm.trong. Jacqueline Ale|, Li neat \ .era. Klford Ilolden. Frank Kldd. Henrv Mendrvck.. Mildred IggE, Basil Oooding. Stewart Nock. l Sweeaay Khaabeth Rapaey. oiga Union. Angel Ihiart*. David p, lrT>( >(.„„„ Ereolani, irtor Ercolam. Aurella Friedman t.eorge Harris. Rene Vandenbranden. %  arrnen \ aniten llranden. CaasBgaj Van enoramien IT Margartte Vandenbraq"" n ; Patricia Bourne. William Vntlle. \ndrew luille. Grace Ymlle, Ann Mace rorte. Marcu. Shadach. Mama Shadach. Joan Chlmm.ng. Richard Budd. Charles Jiayward. Charlca Ablett. Mark GreenFrom la O^Sjn w.Uiam Krum. WUHam M K A Krum. Ilann Pinka.. Maria de Pinka*. Plnka.. Inrieh lane*. Marianne Hllbati r llrt.ley. From Antigua Lilla Hill. Frank aSSBaan. Ida Maason Front St. Kitu -Mr.. May Lakamlrhand. Master Kumar l-ak a midland, Mr*. Erine Froat. Intranall to Trinidad :—Mr. 8. Sebastian. Mr. E. DeUale, Mr, A. Davis. IIKFASTlRgH By B.SJAL For Trinidad —Mr. Jamaa Douglas. Mra. Josephine Douglai. Misa Jane DOUMlaa. Mra. Ernestine Young. Mua Yvonne Yaasgaj, Miss I Milan Sealy, Mr. Robert SS' **' Ch llr M'Cnearney, Mr* Earner McEneemey. Mi.. Ursula Soloinon. Mr Woodlry Anthony, Mr. Dorothy Pollard. Master Richard Pollard, Mr John Thome.. Mr. Nairn Sabga, Mrt KtfUh. llov.ll, Mlaa Jean Bovell, Mr Mayer Matalon. M. Haven Walton. Mr. iharie. Hinder Mr. Charlotte Bltuter, Mr. John McGregor. Mr E. Springer MMa Jean Stone. Mr. Reuben Griffith. Mr Julian Hyn.-e. Mr. Harry Cadu Mr, In Silma Moore. For Grenada -Prof Cyril Beasiey, Mr. Jame* Uabb. Mra. Joyce Babb, MU> Ingrid Babb. Mr Lisle Webster. Mr. Phylli. Webster. Master Anthony Webiter Wayne Web.ter. Mr. MllllSew %  rl' h> '"' y Tu,k "' M K " rl L*Ot Jamaica %  %  band. Mn I .an*.. Robert, Kleanor Brt.ley. Ralph Kmch. Inaeborg DcVeaux, Mr John LYwU id. Hedda Ouemada. Mary M _. For Antigua Mr Bertram r. John Sulton. Mlaa Margaret MarJoan Deveauk, Master David *- ~ H^*ssTw&ru,.Tsss' m 2SS! From 1. UKU :-AMhon> L.wb, gmi F~ L. Oualn -Mr* T.Hhu ll.dV. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ,-.?""* *"* "a*— " Ml ih.iau, Main. Thallenu, riii.i..n AIOO. i::ri r r££; sssnz ssue ssr-i'ts&&&& B %  •bgmbta Star. Lady Nelaon. I*qv Auraculg. H/8 Amaflgo rtrjutlieru TTIIM Inrp,et.r7 NornTaT' £S£^ Scaavia. Jutahy. Arnpc Callfonu. %  aagektE. Kodney. Ewo Amsterdam. Ero*. tVrtsca, M v the mmiition of the houses. He then asked Mr. Cox to explain lo the representatives of the parish LM wanted money or %  representative uf Government to inspect the houses. After further discussion Mr. Cox moved that a resolution be sent to Mr. Adams .md Mr. Smith Burial (.round The question of a Burial Ground for the Parish next arose. The ChUaTaW o aTdes. said that he was informed by the Hector that the St. Joseph burial ground had been closed. Ha said that the iiJered %£?£A VesYry "a'ploTo, Si-xiSIr B-*y aSBe-r is ^le And nS.nJ^ttr-'.JTVr bc,n PP" by ">e Solicitors, 4UBI*. spd asking them to take Moa*r vnr u .w , n !" 1Z3 Hie matter up with Government so that a further inspection nnd itimate should be made. The motion was vision. arried by a 5—4 diMessrs. Yearwood Ac Boyce, and LBS) appiiiiscment nothing has been done. He said that it was appraised at $830. On Page g SHIPPING NOTICES IT IS GOOD VALUE!! SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE In While, (laid, I'lak and Blue al S1.J5 per >d. SPUN. RAYON in While, Gold, Oreen Brown al 9Se. per yd. SPUN UNEN In White. Orer. (.old & Rose at 1.2I per yd Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof OIILSS SHOP The Schooner "Belqueen" will accept Cargo and Paaaengers for St. Vincent. Sailing Monday 13rd January The Schooner 'imdeavour W" uiii acrept Cargo and Paaaannart IdM. Sailiiia Monday 31rd ....111.,. I The M V. Daerwood' will aocepl Cargo and Passengerf or St. lAarla. St. Virvcenl. Grenada. and Ambe. Sailing f*turday Jl.t January. MONTREAL ATOTKAUA NtTf ZEALAND UNI LOOTED (>LA-Ni.) UNEI U.B. "PORT PIRIE" Is scheduled to .all from Sydney January lath — %  I Trinidad about February MS.KAIPAK1 la scheduled to aall .—ni l\^t line January 1th. I January 10th, Beauty Point January 13th. Melbourne January 3SUi, Srdiwi February ath. arriving at Trinidad about 10th March Thssse vessels have ample "Pace for Chilled. Hard Froaan and General Cargo Cargo accepted on Throtigh Rilla of %  -ding with tranahlpmeiit at Trinidad tm llrllUh Guiana, llarbados. Wlnowar I and leeward lBlanda. For further particular* apply; FUKMEH WITHY ft Co., LTD, Agents Trinidad DA COSTA Si CO. LTD., Agenti: Barbado*. %  9M. CANADIAN soi ishui.su SIBVICt Naaae af .big Bella S S. "ALCOA PLANTER %  Ma 1MB. January ll Barbadea S.S. "ALCOA PATRIOT January J3i d Febniary 3rd. Sailing every two weeks. NEW ORLEANS HtRVItS ,..? ? ALCOA BOAMXH aaua frocn New Orleana 30th DecMnbae, arrives ISth January. S.S ALCOA ItUNNQft sail, from New Otleana 14th January, arriving TWin t.iiii.rw Apply: DA COSTA ft CO. LTD. — %  &f '" %  dian Service RUaMERT TUOH LTD. New York and Gulf Service '*****+*************&*******s****


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Tnrda,T Jiiniiar< 2 I lf.0. Barbate luttocate Priee: VF. IMS Vrar SS. BARBADOS CENTRE FOR SUGAR TALKS MGERIAN CABINET PROPOSED 12 Africans Plus MacPherson LAGOS, Jan. 23. TkJ"ORTHr.R\ tribesmen of Nigeria have agreed to jccvp f' ministerial responsibility in the proposed Hrst (Vnirai -Cabinet". ton ot" the northern administration region n [a ra attending the Conference at t Hedan. Weal Nigeria, to review the Nigerian constitution, •ire! here todav. the State Executive Council. Hi i; proposed that it would i of 12 African Ministers with the Governor. Sir John MacPherson. I as its Chairman. In addition to the Bxe Council the prop* Central Government wo-ld bavs %  House of FvV; mam an. The Conference has agreed that %  "major Nigerian Intel glottal legislatures In a to form a N.. Tbe decisions of the Confer will go to the Regional Assembly In Hv and northern province?! and to the Central Legislative Council for approval before it:mitted to the Governor and '. Colonial Sei Arthur Creech Jones.—Reuter. Crop Begins Today In Antigua fkirbtidoa Ad Vocal* ODVTwpoad ANTIGUA. .! Loudspeakers were throughout Antigua, assembling Q to hear the resuil negotiations with the Sugar Planters' Association. I* agreed to begin cane cuttlni 00 the 24th. 15 per cent. on 1949 were a greed to, and 0U1 t thorn Last rear 86 per pent ceived—(By Cablet Kussia Keeps An Eye On German Airmen BONN. Jut Strict precautions in being taken to prevent German sinnan in the East Zone Pcopi. %  planes to the West, according tu ((•ports hem from the Soviet Zulu No plane with an entirely German crew is lUossad l %  liSO planes. Flight control Is exclusively in Russian hands and accommodation ot Kamen/ air ba>e snV Russian personnel are stationed t but relations bet wren md friendly -Beater. Opens Congress In Philippines BY RADIO lendenr Elpi'iin Qntrino openOf ,h. ^^Uppines Congress today in a • • in thf %  coverthere from a kidney opt nd the men %  urging legislation for inI production, reduced pub^^^^^ %  tture and cement of the tax laws. —Reuter Busta Tells Of W.I. Plans To Meet Sugar Crisis Mauritius Accepts I .K sugar Conlrat i Needs Less Than Our .,i •d %  %  jght it %  . : --ntract i. Britain 000 tons hom the colon} .. flxed 170,000 Mauritius prod Ions of URnr and i: i* I srnen he %  %  > sea 47S.0M ml 1 ton. Sn PhlUl on which Mi ]|;.i %  K why the Weal lown %  %  %  its .if the n> Cable) Baibodos Advocate Correspondent) KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 23. gUSTAMANTE has announced a move to call an urgent conference in Barbados, at which West Indian Governors, chief elected members of the Legislatures, and representatives of the sugar industry will decide on a common attitude towards Britain's failure to meet the West Indies sugar demand. Truman And Military Leaders Meet WASHINGTON. Jan. a President Truman today unexpectedly ''cting of I ill .r\ and defence Id The mealing, announced by the White Hou %  to speculations that .1 decision might If imminent on whetbai the United with ttu production of the hydrogen bomb, which is very much more powerful than the atomic bomb Heater '" %  ' M-18I6 whlcti Arr ow points to the mut ilated body of 11 YEAR BOY KILLED IN CAR SMASH Governor Must Reserve Power k Mag an antl-devaluatlon Mi tl in, people BBS Northern Distri-t cableJ ember itive Council the power — iB* I 0LK. Buys 30,000 Tons Sugar I From Formosa FORMOSA. Jan 23 >( f'o xl I contracted to buy 00,00 I Liugar from Formosa during ~ A British firm here has •fated ths 'eel on he ll,nisti Corporation run l e Nation;. 100 dftO led High jssan50 -*e.ter Bulgarian Premier Dies SOFIA. Jan n %  wa* announced here in a Joint iraenl raid %  If. Kni.i ov srai tssacilbed as I % %  %  M Kolnrov. the con the oldest Bulgarian ComBd an "luuStriOU %  %  %  i Poptomov will head a twi i ion to OPieral (or the lata I %  t %  dlo today broadcast ither niarrupted at hourly ns of the snnouncemanl traffic to one third of its normal votums %  boul three kg hour instead of the usual An were reaching Berlin every hour. West Berlin police reported. British uueue of about 120 lorries had n*B>> f the ..s running normally. Major General G K Bourne ''mimandant of Berlin. %  taled today thai he did not think -.... jnd rail tiaaV isMra.uhsi-pata ... two. %  • -We aeee heal rassse twiftly and suddei Jordan of Bush Hall yesterdjiy about lived in an accident at th and Kniiiston Roads near My Lords Hill with M-1316 driven by Horace Walton and th< by the My Lords Hil! Bus C>.. BIT uott Hall. %  — %  %  hwn. ":ll: %  %  %  injured. H %  pita I. "bus was ihimaged sn were smashed. SHRUNK FVerrch Gov't Rejetl> ('harjxe PARU puiillshed ,. nota rejciii M"ilMt.n i| V snea ta vvas handed to the in Paris on Janu%  I declares thai vrea lustified, as the .11 memions which uiresi in V: m %  d I twsoPeUah migraiion agreements, and criticised • "without justification ll ErSMh -itlaiwa In Poland, and • e closing of French euTrural '"land Rruter lOOOPii^rimsArrive Ever] l)uv In Utmie Pllgrtnu I 1,00c %  la) Miic Cathu i. %  :. i innounced This aw M,**eted ti so lo.ooo a day. II v ;uid '.i svel un.i nex October, the) added. OrKanisc It's room, disrobed, threw his old suit down the drain, and then uni the package ... it cot a • pin> lat-yearold! One consolation would-be model dresser passed customs inspectors with I dashing pell-mell into a passing taxi. Prasad Will Be First President between and West German Authorities. NEW DELHI. Jan. 23. itaji -ndr.1 I'rasad, 65 nt of the India:. %  %  i . elected unopposed tomorrow as dent of the New Indian Republic to be proclaimed i>t Minister JawarharUr Nehru and Deputy l'i, tcr Sardar Patel nominated Doc%  %  .--I. Prasad Wiis a close associate of M l h S tm s Gandhi and spent long period; in gaot during India's struggle for freedom." —Reuter Afghanistan S^eka Friendship \\ ilh Russia AfOU %  las safely air country in the wori ning to IOOK for fritu lahlj I war i< -. %  %  idltlonal fear ol I hour SlgTi %  to Kabul of an official Russian .,n hisCan. Pretw. Wants Freedom To tight Press EU3, Jan. |fl %  % %  %  tb unioi %  irom iin' otnplei %  fend him. %  i Bousai %  he is .• I-M to winch Kinjer !' %  1 Hoger Peyre, who is now In %  MSB Bldault during recent pal tlf of the tWO u "a double or even lri| — Rruter. Train \rri\> Vfltr 6 Hour Hold-Up PRANK the An today... It furl shorMvl p.m —Rrut.-r Sri Train Loose Caused 6 Deaths %  non-l'ommumi mong 12 *vho sssre involve iarouk *L'AlHO. Jan. 23 PatUS! Sadek. father of i beautiful Narriman Sadek, .said on I .Sunday that tie would be "lilleo ui and joy" If his 161 year-old daughter nu.ined King Parouk. R e l i a b le sources outslda Eg>p.'N Uicl censorship have reported that Narriman's engagement to Ma>sem (27), former United Nahad been broken ler of King Parouk who taking the hteiiij as his own bride. srj i leneral ol Egyptian Conunuuoatloi try, told reportan that he was comment onl nod further common) on Ihe affair except to say he had hoard rumours of a match between laarrinuui and 'he King "it lad ,hat big family wouln in' tilled with honour and joy fan. This proposal goes one step further than the unanimous decision of the Trinidad Legislative Council, seeking to call a regional conference of the legislatures and other interested parries — By Cable. Separate Jap Treaty Would Violate Potsdam TOKYO, Jan. 23. lapan Communist Party to-day announced a nation-wide struggle against Japanese ;empts to conclude a peace treaty excluding Russia, it said in a statement that a %  separate peace treaty would violate thr Potsdam %  nd would lead dia third world war. Russia* possession of the atomic bomb riemorunrated the big pro:%  he i 1 %  DtUence in snath. int also rluimetl %  D were i ununltt tort of Malaja." —Healer. \ Corpses From Ship Sunk .> Vean A^o LUEBECK, Jan. 23. %  %  %  : 'litC.-rnian death ship Thieberk which on the bottom of Ncustaedter Bay near here (or live years. The ship with thousands ot Nazi conoen• is trapped in its hull was sunk In |D cecded tn righting the 2 ti.'ift-ton ship si lulpped tu' are pumping the water out of her. The corpses will be hurled in thcemeter) of Luebeck Reuter. Murder Charge Changed To Manslaughter x YORE, Jan. 23. A murder charge against old Ralph Edwards of Qrnnd Rapids, Michigan, for the killing of a Montreal itlve, CoUn C %  New York Hotel was today niiurcd to one of manslaufhter. Tbe }udga ruled that ti %  tats had failed to prove a "felony murintenl to kill. He instmct|ury to consider only first id degreemanslaughter. —Reuter BANDUNG, West Java, Jan 23 Capt. "Turco" Westerling, 3uyear-old former Duu.h commando. snd his private "army of the heavenly host" early today seized Bandung, chief city of West Java, from the Indonesians—then made way for the Dutch. Before the attack, Westerling told me of his plans to wipe out the Republican army In West Java, arrest the Cabinet, and allow "just forces" to form a new Government' He alleged that tbe Republican army was preparing to Invade Dutch New Guinea. A few hours after Wi men had occupied the cit'y. local Dutch troops took over, apparently by .nformal agreement witn Westerling Dutch aircraft burred overhead Westerling carried out his coup wiifc fewer than 900 men. alachineguns stammered and snipers' rifles cracked as the in jun1 gle green, ripped through the flimsy Indonesian army defences Within 30 niinutos tney had driven out the regular troops from the posv office, police hi ten and the Mklitarv Q headquarters. Dutch ambulances, defying snipers, etc.. raced through the s t r e ets pick in K 'p dead and wounded from both sides. Normal Population .1 population of about 100,000 When Westerling'' entered the suburbs. Col. Sadikm, local Republican Commander, was Inspecting troops about 39 miles away Hi the Dutch head | i city barracks were manned bf BTrgJnees By 4 30 p.m. local U taken over. Republican forces had t) On Fage i I\o Bomb Under Art Gallery DON, Jan. 23 A bomb disposal squad decider today that there is no unexplodo' wartime bomb outside the Natlona. Art Gallery, which houses Britain < £10.000.000 state art coUec< Idea thai there might be. arose from a sub the lawn outside the Gallery my, whicrrconductcn at. investigation, was satisfied re was no bomb -Reuter Chief Justice Dies; Age 87 HALIFAX. Jan. 23 Sir Joseph Chishoim, fie* of Nova Scotia's Supreme %  d here on Sunday. He alee on the bench until a year ago. — Can. PAINTS BY LEWIS BERGER & SONS m LONDON for Galvanised. Asbestos, or Shingle Roofs LASTIKON has for many vears proved the most eiM>noniicul and durable paint ever inlntdured into Barbados It never fades or cracks or pwls off Stocked in Uri,:ht Red Oxide. Guaranteed Permanent Green, and various other colours. kaJl your Dealer for colour card, or apply to: GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN Sole Agents



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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JANTUU 4 % Qrtiib Qallinq T HE Chief Justice. His Honour Sir Allan Collymore. will preside at thr first 0 Extra-Mural Lecture i W. B Chenery at the BrBish Council rooms at Wakeflcld on TuHa>. January lilt orr.mencinjt a series on the Constitution* of the British Commonwealth and the United States of America His first lecture will be on the English Constitution. This course should be of great value to all those interested in the development, and the future, of responsible government in the British Colonies Lord Baldwin Was There E VERYONE in AnliKu.. tl ..>hed at the remarkable progress which the Police Band has madeSinder the leadership of Capt. RaiB>, and Antiguans consider hirra wizard. The display of beatinsrthe Retreat which m demonstrBM at the Antigua Recreation Ground on Monday delighted the large crowd whuh attended Lord Baldwin accompanied by his ADC. Major Dents Vaughn. the Colonial Secretary P. D McDonald ,and the Administratoi H St J. Wamne. were present a< the display. Mr. Richard Greenough. Hail Moil Correspondent, who arrived in Antigua on Monday from Jamaica was also present, aid when seen on the Recreation Ground, he was asked the following questions.—What IB Daws this time'' Are you sounding out Federation feeling in thDo you think that BaldfHafll Wag Uit Here in 1946 M l lem MOS'JCI. Clem St. Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of 1st Ave Belleville arnved yesterday i tk ben' to spend ap; ,i\>ximately b months' I %  DOOM in lour jmut Hi mother and brother Louis and Mr. Colin Lobo were on board to meet her. Loves Horses H ERE to spend s-x weeks in i Mrs. Gerald Griffin and daughter Gal Vessel Broker in Winnipeg. Canada and they have been looking %  great %  to do quite a b t of riding. Cadet JOHN PABKER Been Around The World M r.i' L.t'ii-i John J %  i-sterday after%  left liaroaoos bound for Venezuela and South America. Son of Mr and Mis. George Parker, John spent Bis boyhood days here father used to be attachMxidos Branch of Bank. Ha Ml Barbados in 1D4(> and joined a School of Navigation in Southampton, where he remained one year, serving as a > the Blue Sim I been around the world travelling on four differei-' bJj brujiher Robin, also in aft* Merchant Mjni.es will soon be paying Barbados Back to School I k to school for Miss Lilian Howes, of Montserrat. who has been spending hrr Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Monica Howes. She arrived by the 'Ln and returns to Codlingl School. Also returning to school i Croney, son of Ml %  W \!;.nager of the Cable and Wireless t and Mrs, Croney. dfB School. > From St. Lucia Holiday %  Sunday b> B W l \ BftoT spending a holi%  husband I)r Timothy Unwell. %  Wi n and his *r, studer.t n Business are now on a U After 31 Years P N O R R I s r ROACH. Founder a: pal ol I I was intransit on the "Lady Nelson" vesterday A Grtnada-lxjrn ma*-.lessor Roach practises his art under the 1'iofesaor Nonce de la Roche He is now returning to the West Indies for three months after an aft* 31 years, and Is carrying a magical show to Trinidad and Grenada in arnica he will be assisted by Miss Velina Llgh Fraser. a student of the Combinatioi, who is accompanying hm trip A magician from his boyhood days, the riofesaor is a n of the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring No 2 New York and Is also the first and <.ru> coloured member of the organise. He pboaesset the greatest Illusion in the world-reincarnaUoo—the turning of a il into a human being ar. versa, in the presence of the audience This, he said, is the illusion which cracked the ice and opened the gate for membership in the International Brotherhood i t HagMani Medico on Visit D .u MIC* J b iiAMILI holiday %  IIWI A.' for a From Barbados 'the Bahamas, before returning To Spend Two Weeks M R. I. N SH1LLINGFORD. Chairman of the Banana Association Board of Dominica. was an arrival yesterday afternoon by the "Lady Nelson" for about two weeks' holiday and is staying at "Abbeville" Guest %  BUM To Cover Cricket Tournament M R. O. S COPPIN, Sports Editor of the Advocate Co., Ltd, left yesterday evening by B.W.I.A. for Trinidad. He has gone to cover the TrinidadJamaica Intercolonial Cricket Tournament for his paper. The Best Of Friendt ^pWO very good friends had to part company yesterday when the Lady Nelson called at Barbad<#; They were young Matthew Dingman and little Connie Piers. Connie, whose father is a Government Engineer in B.G. is on her way home. Matthew however, with his mother Mrs. Robert E. Dingman got off at Barbados and will be here until the end of March staying at the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Dingman says here husband, who is President of King Leathers Inc. in Indiana, Pennsylvania, will be Joining them shortly. They are Canadians, living In the U.S.; all of her husband's family have been regular visitors to the island, and he has been coming here since he was a boy. Sailed Down For Lunch S HORTLY after 10 a.m. on Sunday, the yacht 'Princess Pearl' with Col. and Mrs. Richard Vidmcr, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Manning, Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Daysh on board left the Aquatic Club for the Colony Club, where the party lunched. They returned to Bridgetown the same evening. cs > Been Here Before M R C. L. TUREY, who is with the Brookfleld Construction Co., in Halifax, has been to Barbados before and liked It so much that he has persuaded his wife to make the trip. They arrived yesterday by the Lady Kelson and arc staying at the Hotel Royal. * • Until "Ne'son" Returns W E are here until the Nelson returns," Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fenton, told Carib yesterday -,>anied with Mis. S. C. Fen'nn they live in New York, where rtntOO is a Civil Engineer. in Barbados before some years ago, when the ship I on called here for a short time. They are staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Congrats C ONGRATULATIONS rt Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynch, of ."Newbourne." Roebuck Street, on the birth of a daughter. The babe was bom at Dr. Ken's Clinic yesterday evening Mother and daughter are doing fine o <> Joins Barclays Bank Here M R WELLS, an Englishman, who has joined the Staff of Barclays Bank, Barbados, Is a .it Cacrabank. Before coming here, he was in Jamaica for three years. Other recent arrivals there are Mr. and Mrs. Brtsley, who have baaa living for twenty years in Caracas, where Mr. Brisley Is a Golf Pro. • • • After The Week-end M RS. M. LAKJ1MICHAND. wife of Mr H Ijikhmlchand. Manager of Kirpalani United Co., returned *:. Trinidad vesterday evening by BV7.IA. She had spent a holiday In St Kltts and ST* for the week-end and was staying at "Athlone", Fontabelle On Business M R. NlIiMAL KIRPALANI, UW of the K I rmidad, was an B W.| A on %  guest Hroi, at 'Athlone". Fontabelle. ft Acting Manager C.andW. M R U were in Barbados for a few I were In• saengers for Tltaidad, nig to England on leave Mr. Lor*rma.rlr Mr. ClhliK Stntih and hawtV..itfhi*r Jan .urd from holkttu In TV. VHtrnb) by Uw t*dy Rnditn • • nurtrnd •! %  **• thar* Ifttr nata* Mi A Muary, who la from Doml-tc. will ba hara t ona waak baaaa* ratuvn ins to DomMUca and tfc* UIA EVANS AND WHITFIELDS OFFER YOU ELITE SHIRTS 4.45 WHITE, TAN, and BLUE TRUBENISED COLLAR KHAKI DRILL 85 90 104 1.17 PLAIN TROPICALS JUST OPENED COOL LIGHTWEIGHTS IN NEW SHADES 600 6.72 683 6.88 7 08 FOR THIS WEEK OM.Y CUMIN! i.HKSDAY OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 4 P M Women's World THREE EXPERTS SAY... W OMEN LOOKED THEIR REST WHEN...' EDWARDIAN %  A Mrs. EVELEK.H NASH, well-known loner ol Ihinia I nt^ Rupert stops. M Why, this is the thought she did." tSffl^ ry plica ih Dinkie led me to " b "* nc,n !f* i £*tt* ^-**£** An i "T*Jotsfi£ 4 ^S& •here-i Beppo'i lead hanging our ol p flce " he %  unnuViJ?*' i hole in the rocks. He muit have darlt ravjiy. a,, h( {^n ^'* B Ss> bte-> tere .before wonder il that's iwi %  he calchei ught of *!LlS? .nder il (hii'l wht [he brlr cat Drought me here, inside il. Anwwer Quirkly There are two certain wum\>CT$, the square ot the first plus the square of the second equals eight. Also, the first number plus rhe product ot the first and second equal six. Figure this out in your mind. What arc the two numbers? Oediirio~^ As a whole. I make v M _ Behead me, and 111 ,uu 2 you But curtail me, JMB" you nway from your .JU What am I? !" -""S '•*•%  • ,, h.irde My rst is neat, m ^, a Bower, and my ,, flower. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE • Cleanse the system from blcxd impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. LIQUID or TABLET FORM < 1-tlSN" II I'll £ KIRS'I WORLD W \R VIOl.tT LOR4.INC, Bsaileal t-omi-d) loplin-r during the 1914 war—-ha made femcus '* •: Vou Were The Only Ciirl . .'—said Last •***< %  lioul the dreases she wore: '"I like Ihent becauat i>u didn't hait to be a TtfitJi de Milo tu look rleuant. PsrasoU were perfert fur coqnetUng. . Deitiru were made lo show art beautiful m.lrriik You could do almost an*thing with your hat. . Those collars were very becoming to the face. . longer ahUU looked more elegant than shorter style*. There were ao manv more dreaa shapes. . sou ...uld wer aD your fs.orlte trimming..' i . — %  | t 1 1 ' ^ %  %  .; %  -, |" •& BRIGHT YOl NG THINGS Mr |AMU IHII!. rp.ri on taste and (aahion. defend* the Hi if hl-Voung-Ihmg stylos of the mid-'ivvcnileit : I bk them because . slim r!rb lookej teat. . Dreares rmohaalsed slender lines of Inr h-ure. Fasbkona tpellcd m new Ir.nloiu and indrpt-ndenee. • • The unmatern >| look was mo.t atlrartlve. . Silaalorklnged lega came Into view lor the llrtt time. . Ike windswept bob tfwj pretty back .mil fmnt. ... A girl's ankles mattered uiotl. . Clothe hats had an -•""^Drawing* by ROBB LaUaOoa £xpiCM difkaial Beauty Hints for A Star *. Thla is a cQsrtte. 14) 10. To oecome thU you must bo In a poai-ion to sell. (01 IB. Age ot tne herald. t3t U Poat may he used u an altar. uauvo. IS) 1*. A fierce one may scatter slips. lb. Ate tilled with rage. <6) 16 Could maXo una or the scattered in is. 14) 1>. Let Dee become a acarao, tS) 19. Trie coat of a good leed ? (3) 22. pw may bid lor It. [ %  ) 24. Reason for the vote I'm record ao ore a across. i4i JT. rt once clanged *npa. m 18. On a amail hlil it will pour. <* UOWD i. Fuund in a cloven boot. ii R£ r *.v 1 ol L 1 t to ,n# or. ie< m, on thin may mean you're baini rude. The nigot oelor* Hever Lana. Oi m rteto Any garo-ner win tell you tnat vou wet tnia from a e*yrua. ui • Footwear. iai a Retreat in tne garden. Ui ship ia tied to a peer. (*> f The part of the petrol examiner. (4) ia. On a cap it ahowa ability, (4) ii Carried by someone or aonethioi. 14i iw. Tbia u not oeceaaariiy at a „. ooiDl.er a flnfer tips. (4) ill. Seventy, without a single piggery. i4| it. There'e a slippery cuatouist in Itstl works. (Si a. alinu* thirteen. (3| soiutioo 0, **'aa i a. Mantilla; 0dm. la. Boron, 15. IWI: 14 oaia: i^ ranton.. 17. aacnb: aL K*un!< &f '*& iive: iV aiaa; "im nj Dawej 1. Awla: . Mad, \ A!..n. 4 TabloldTs. Loot; 1 ^ it Tf **. : -*w AVI*": U. Net: I A 1 U 4MB (IMMA Mombe-s04f WEDNtHDAY AT S ASH TO-XIGHT AT 8.30 \ HENUHIX MACDONALD CAREY CLAUDE RAINS ill "SONG OF Sl'RREXDER" A Uramalir Storv wilh a Thrilling Musical Background bUu P.M. I'lll RSDAV NIGHT AlUl GAIL, HUSSELL EDWARD G. ROBtml JOHN LUND in THK NIGHT HAS J THOUSAND nXT A NEW SHIPMENT HI GRADE-HEAVY DUTY BATTERffisI C ULLY GUARANTEED-GENEROUS PMlM MORRIS SERVICE STATION! H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. ; PARAMOUNT bosses believe they have one of the most attractive and talented young actresses in NANCY OLSON. This bhieeyed starlet with the taffy blonde trassea won star billing in her Unit film, "Canadian Pacific", and she recently walked off with s prize role in "Sunset Boulevard," tha Paramount movie which cortars QLORIA SWANSON, WILLIAM IIOLDEN ani ERICH VON STROKE IM Anxious to see that Miss Olson's natural beauty Is preserved, studio heads requested beauty ace Wally Westmore to visit Miss Oslon on the "Sunset Boulevard set and give the lass some helpful hints... Wally started off ly telling Nancy to start her beauty routine at the top—with h-.-i crowning glory. "Pamper your hair Brush u often and you'll brush your way to beauty," said the world-famous makeup director. "Of course, there's a wrong time as well as a wrong way to brush hair, depending* upon the condition of your hair and scalp." Mrs. Housewife Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you We can supply KKROSENK TABLE LAMPS (complet*) KELLY NO. 6 LAMPS LANTERNS FALKS KEROSENE STOVES—I, S, 4 burner OVENS—single and double WOOD and COAL STOVES—No.. , 7 and 8 BOX IRONS—"., V and 7V4" < I11MNEVS. Bl'RNERS and Vs II KS • BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. ROXY AND ROYAL THEATRES + Due to uncertainty of Electric Current We will inform You of Shows through RADIO DISTRIBUTION ISE HEHOSKSt WiE lliUlock : OIL LAMPS '" *!, HURRICANE LANTERNS *'" OIL STOVES—Stall. Burner W** .. —Two Slnjlc Bornrn. IU1 OV gjl Slaad -( -Three Brr *M £, —Faur Burner .j NgflMtmi STOVES lLAXTATIOX* LlM' Tl


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Publication Date: Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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BARBADOS CENTRE FOR SUGAR TALKS
MGERIAN CABINET
PROPOSED
12 Africans Plus MacPherson
LAGOS, Jan. 23.
TkJ"ORTHr.R\ tribesmen of Nigeria have agreed to jccvp
f' ministerial responsibility in the proposed Hrst .
(Vnirai -Cabinet".
ton ot" the northern administration region n
[a ra attending the Conference at
tHedan. Weal Nigeria, to review the Nigerian constitution,
ire! here todav.
the State Executive Council. Hi
i; proposed that it would i
of 12 African Ministers with the
Governor. Sir John MacPherson. I
as its Chairman.
In addition to the Bxe
Council the prop*.....
Central Government wo-ld bavs
House of FvV;
mam an.
The Conference has agreed that

"major Nigerian Intel '
glottal legislatures In a
to form a N..
Tbe decisions of the Confer
will go to the Regional
Assembly In Hv
and northern province?! and to the
Central Legislative Council for
approval before it:mit-
ted to the Governor and '.
Colonial Sei
Arthur Creech Jones.Reuter.
Crop Begins
Today In
Antigua
fkirbtidoa Ad Vocal* ODVTwpoad
ANTIGUA. .!
Loudspeakers were
throughout Antigua, assembling Q
to hear the resuil
negotiations with the Sugar
Planters' Association. I*
agreed to begin cane cuttlni 00
the 24th. 15 per cent.
on 1949 were a greed to, and 0U1
. t thorn
Last rear 86 per pent
ceived(By Cablet
Kussia Keeps An Eye
On German Airmen
BONN. Jut
Strict precautions in being
taken to prevent German sinnan
in the East Zone Pcopi.

planes to the West, according tu
((ports hem from the Soviet Zulu
No plane with an entirely Ger-
man crew is lUossad l

liSO planes. Flight con-
trol Is exclusively in Russian
hands and accommodation ot Ka-
men/ air ba>e snV
Russian personnel are stationed
t but relations bet wren
md friendly
-Beater.
Opens Congress
In Philippines
BY RADIO
lendenr Elpi'iin Qntrino open-
Of ,h.
^^Uppines Congress today in a
in thf
cover-
there from a kidney opt
nd the men
urging legislation for in-
I production, reduced pub-
^^^^^tture and
cement of the tax laws.
Reuter
Busta Tells Of W.I. Plans
To Meet Sugar Crisis
Mauritius
Accepts I .K
sugar Conlrat i
Needs Less Than Our
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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 23.
gUSTAMANTE has announced a move to call an
urgent conference in Barbados, at which West
Indian Governors, chief elected members of the
Legislatures, and representatives of the sugar
industry will decide on a common attitude towards
Britain's failure to meet the West Indies sugar
demand.
Truman And
Military
Leaders Meet
WASHINGTON. Jan. a
President Truman today unex-
pectedly ''cting of
I ill .r\ and de-
fence Id
The mealing, announced by the
White Hou to specu-
lations that .1 decision might If
imminent on whetbai the United
with ttu
production of the hydrogen bomb,
which is very much more power-
ful than the atomic bomb
Heater
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_______Arrow points to the mutilated body of
11 YEAR BOY KILLED
IN CAR SMASH
Governor Must
Reserve Power
k ,
Mag an antl-devaluatlon
Mi tl in, people
BBS Northern Distri-t cableJ
ember
itive Council
the power
iB* I
0LK. Buys 30,000
Tons Sugar
I From Formosa
FORMOSA. Jan 23
>( f'o xl
I contracted to buy 00,00 I
Liugar from Formosa during
~ A British firm here has
fated ths 'eel on he
ll,nisti
Corporation run l
e Nation;.
100 dftO
led High
jssan W<* '' !' ".Mis vear art
Reuter.
Economy Demands
Sure Export
QMRGSTOWH Ji
British Guiana's scoi
demands gus
more tiinn 164 tons of sugar.
Tnis is emphasis i
ii issued by Prei
igar Producers
Association, Robert
Enollett smith and Managing
Director of S. Dav*on and Com-
i...
m back from Trinidad
whither they Hew to get tlrst hand
information Ofl recent London
Sugar Talks from British West
Indies delegation Can, Press,.
ndian I rjjes Nationalisation
Of Asian Key Industries
NUWARA ELIYA. C.
era] Secretary ol the Indian Trade
Ihe Asian Renional Cunferenu
:, today that no suc-
i imic planning (or Asia was possible
9" I" '''' enterprise.
Divorce Too
Expensive
mus como
iv Asian country should
lake concrete step, to ra
key industries on which Indiuu ial
development of these W
:,,i Kely dependenttrails
steel and electricity
'In the ret ot the Industrial
: eld, the sute should a
trol over production, dial
anafement".
. LONDON, Jan 23
I ._. Pewson (9J). a
estate agent who has four I ,nd
Bj^rried and three Un.es A \l,,,lt;
""*. thinks he Is paying toe ** IHenUCf
tS^a^Lmoaty 1 "* Mr ShM,tl M'd '
the cm S' ___, j had come when the Inleniational
W." Appeal today ubpur organisation shou
urrSa^0m ?,nran- ni.-nal Commission for en-
^mi decision on the sums Saying thai the task .
k Bi-...^,. liucti'in Of -ural econoi'.
minrham court had re- had )US1 be,un. U
M ^ ....... *e weeklj alimony from a |
1?,"" tlo for the threei
i, JlLr1^ s-mo Price,
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fr.-gmentation of lri
ous menace to the impi
. and the only practical
_., to tackle the problem y. the!
iUuil <-'JUrt mdges remark- introduction of co-.;--
jng under which peasants canl
i-eap the benents|
of large scale commercial produe-,
lion h.
No scheme for
il workers were seaianst-
of human *T*
that reason the
welcomed the ILO proposal to set
up wage fixing machine:
class of worker Beater
U<* AGREEMENT
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na have
't in Buenos
md expires on
>50 -*e.ter
Bulgarian
Premier
Dies
SOFIA. Jan n

wa* announced here in a Joint
iraenl raid

If. Kni.i ov srai tssacilbed as
I


M Kolnrov. the con
the oldest
Bulgarian Com-
Bd an "luuStriOU

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dlo today broadcast
ither niar-
rupted at hourly
ns of the
snnouncemanl A broadcast
obituary :alk re

his predecessor, the lab
implacable

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and a true Socialist." -Renter
leuter
Berlin-Bound
Traffic Cut
USSR. SEARCHES
BERLIN. January 23.

bahn cut Berlin-bouni) |orr>
traffic to one third of its normal
votums
boul three kg
hour instead of the usual An
were reaching Berlin every hour.
West Berlin police reported.
British
uueue of about 120 lorries had
n*B>> ]<;.- ot ths ler crossin';

trollad East Police
to let them through.
n spokesman said thai
.ppeared to have
ated by the arrival of a
new Soviet Commandant at the
: i check point, who was
insisting that standing orders on
the searching ot lorries and the
f documents be earned
out to the letter
ri military trains were
held up for several hour* (All
morn ng after the Soviet front ici
i.uariis had queried the papers

uurt train. They were
later allowed to proceed Goods
train traffic in and out <>f the
. ..s running normally.
Major General G K Bourne
''mimandant of Berlin.
taled today thai he did not think
-.... jnd rail
tiaaV isMra.uhsi--
pata ... two.
-We aeee heal rassse -
twiftly and suddei
Jordan of Bush Hall yesterdjiy about
lived in an accident at th
and Kniiiston Roads near My Lords Hill with
M-1316 driven by Horace Walton and th<
by the My Lords Hil! Bus C>.. BIT
uott Hall.
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injured. H
'
pita I.
"bus was ihimaged sn
were smashed.
SHRUNK !
FVerrch Gov't
Rejetl> ('harjxe
PARU
.
puiillshed ,. nota rejciii
M"ilMt.n i|
V snea
ta vvas handed to the
in Paris on Janu-
I declares thai
vrea lustified, as the
.11 mem-
ions which
uiresi in V: m
d I '
twsoPeUah migra-
iion agreements, and criticised
"without justification
ll ErSMh -itlaiwa In Poland, and
e closing of French euTrural
'"land Rruter
lOOOPii^rimsArrive
Ever] l)uv In Utmie
'
Pllgrtnu
I 1,00c
la) Miic Cathu i.

:. i
innounced
This aw M,**eted ti
so lo.ooo a day.
II v ;uid '.i
svel un.i nex
October, the) added. OrKanisc ive ilready beer
uitrits
Heutrr
MULHOUSfc
A Swiss j.entleman who
i the border to pur-

was not exactly the height
he was sporting only
::ts and socks.
visitor successfully
made his p
then checked them in the
ma back lata
in the day. picked up a
package from the clerk, and
then hopped a train fur
Switzerland.
He Immediately
> It's room, disrobed,
threw his old suit down the
drain, and then uni
the package ... it cot
a pin> lat-year-
old!
One consolation
would-be model dresser
passed customs inspectors
with I
dashing pell-mell into a
passing taxi.
Prasad Will Be
First President
between
and West German
Authorities.
NEW DELHI. Jan. 23.
itaji -ndr.1 I'rasad, 65
. nt of the India:.
, i .
elected unopposed tomorrow as
dent of the New Indian
Republic to be proclaimed i>t
Minister JawarharUr
Nehru and Deputy l'i,
tcr Sardar Patel nominated Doc-

.--I. Prasad
Wiis a close associate of MlhStms
Gandhi and spent long period;
in gaot during India's struggle
for freedom." ,
Reuter
Afghanistan
S^eka Friendship
\\ ilh Russia
AfOU

las safely air
country in the wori
ning to Iook
for fritu lahlj
I war i< -. .

idltlonal
fear ol
I hour SlgTi
.
.
to Kabul of an official Russian
.,n his-
Can. Pretw.
Wants Freedom
To tight Press
EU3, Jan. |fl


tb unioi

irom iin' otnplei
fend him-
.
. i Bousai he is .
i-m to winch Kinjer !'
1
Hoger Peyre, who is now In

msb Bldault during -
recent pal
tlf of the tWO
u "a double or even lri|
Rruter.
Train \rri\> Vfltr
6 Hour Hold-Up
PRANK
-
the An
today... It furl shorMvl
' p.m
Rrut.-r
Sri Train Loose
Caused 6 Deaths

non-l'ommumi
. mong 12 *vho sssre involve
l
-day that
M train loose hoping to
' ..... i .vide railwa)

- nass dis-
: railway staff Rmtet
Heavenly Host Withdraw-
From Bandung
After 30 Minute Battle
wood Wheat lifter
2.:> TARRING NEVILLE.
Sussex, Jan tg.
A store of wheat, in good con-
. was dis-
covered among relics of a bronze
age farmstead dug up at Itford
Hill near here. Samples of the
grain are to be sent to an expert
in Denmark for classification.
It.-liter
a ants Daughter
To Murr> iarouk
*L'AlHO. Jan. 23
PatUS! Sadek. father of
i beautiful Narriman Sadek, .said on
I .Sunday that tie would be "lilleo
ui and joy" If his 16-
1 year-old daughter nu.ined King
Parouk.
Reliable sources outslda Eg>p.'N
Uicl censorship have reported
that Narriman's engagement to
Ma>sem (27), former United Na-
had been broken
ler of King Parouk who
taking the hteiiij as his own
bride.
srj i leneral ol
Egyptian Conunuuoatloi
try, told reportan that he was
comment onl
nod further common) on
Ihe affair except to say he had
hoard rumours of a match be-
tween laarrinuui and 'he King "it
lad ,hat big
family wouln in' tilled with hon-
our and joy fan.
This proposal goes one step fur-
ther than the unanimous decision
of the Trinidad Legislative Coun-
cil, seeking to call a regional con-
ference of the legislatures and
other interested parries By
Cable.
Separate Jap Treaty
Would Violate
Potsdam
TOKYO, Jan. 23.
lapan Communist Party
to-day announced a nation-wide
struggle against Japanese
;empts to conclude a peace treaty
excluding Russia, it said in a
statement that a separate peace
treaty would violate thr Potsdam
nd would lead di-
a third world war.
Russia* possession of the atomic
bomb riemorunrated the big pro-
:-
he i1 DtUence in
snath.
int also rluimetl
D were
i ununltt
! tort of Malaja."
Healer.
\ Corpses From Ship
Sunk .> Vean A^o
LUEBECK, Jan. 23.


: 'lit- C.-rnian
death ship Thieberk which
on the bottom of Ncustaedter Bay
near here (or live years. The ship
with thousands ot Nazi conoen-
is trapped in
its hull was sunk In |D
cecded tn righting the 2 ti.'ift-ton
ship si lulpped tu'
are pumping the water out of her.
The corpses will be hurled in th-
cemeter) of Luebeck Reuter.
Murder Charge Changed
To Manslaughter
x YORE, Jan. 23.
A murder charge against
old Ralph Edwards
of Qrnnd Rapids, Michi-
gan, for the killing of a Montreal
itlve, CoUn C
New York Hotel
was today niiurcd to one of man-
slaufhter.
Tbe }udga ruled that ti tats
had failed to prove a "felony mur-
intenl to kill. He instmct-
|ury to consider only first
id degree- manslaughter.
Reuter
BANDUNG, West Java, Jan 23
Capt. "Turco" Westerling, 3u-
year-old former Duu.h commando.
snd his private "army of the
heavenly host" early today seized
Bandung, chief city of West Java,
from the Indonesiansthen made
way for the Dutch.
Before the attack, Westerling
told me of his plans to wipe out
the Republican army In West
Java, arrest the Cabinet, and
allow "just forces" to form a new
Government'
He alleged that tbe Republican
army was preparing to Invade
Dutch New Guinea.
A few hours after Wi
men had occupied the cit'y. local
Dutch troops took over, apparent-
ly by .nformal agreement witn
Westerling Dutch aircraft burred
overhead
Westerling carried out his coup
wiifc fewer than 900 men.
alachineguns stammered and
snipers' rifles cracked as the
in jun-1
gle green, ripped through the
flimsy Indonesian army defences
Within 30 niinutos tney had
driven out the regular troops from
the posv office, police hi
ten and the Mklitarv Q
headquarters.
Dutch ambulances, defying
snipers, etc.. raced through the
streets pick in k 'p dead and
wounded from both sides.
Normal Population
.1 popula-
tion of about 100,000
When Westerling''
entered the suburbs. Col. Sadikm,
local Republican Commander, was
Inspecting troops about 39 miles
away Hi
the Dutch head | i
city barracks were manned bf
BTrgJnees
By 4 30 p.m. local U
taken over. Republican forces had
t) On Fage i
I\o Bomb Under
Art Gallery
DON, Jan. 23
A bomb disposal squad decider
today that there is no unexplodo'
wartime bomb outside the Natlona.
Art Gallery, which houses Brit-
ain < 10.000.000 state art coUec-
< Idea thai there might
be. arose from a sub .
the lawn outside the Gallery
my, whicrrconductcn
at. investigation, was satisfied
re was no bomb -Reuter
Chief Justice
Dies; Age 87
HALIFAX. Jan. 23
Sir Joseph Chishoim, '
fie* of Nova Scotia's Supreme
d here on Sunday. He
. alee on the
bench until a year ago. Can.
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PAGE TWO
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, JANTUU .4
%
Qrtiib Qallinq
THE Chief Justice. His Honour
Sir Allan Collymore. will pre-
side at thr first 0
Extra-Mural Lecture i
W. B Chenery at the BrBish
Council rooms at Wakeflcld on
TuHa>. January li-
lt orr.mencinjt a series
- on the Constitution* of
the British Commonwealth and
the United States of America His
first lecture will be on the English
Constitution. This course should
be of great value to all those in-
terested in the development, and
the future, of responsible govern-
ment in the British Colonies
Lord Baldwin Was There
EVERYONE in AnliKu.. tl
..>hed at the remarkable
progress which the Police Band
has madeSinder the leadership of
Capt. RaiB>, and Antiguans con-
sider hirra wizard. The display
of beatinsrthe Retreat which m
demonstrBM at the Antigua
Recreation Ground on Monday
delighted the large crowd whuh
attended
Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his ADC. Major Dents Vaughn.
the Colonial Secretary P. D
McDonald ,and the Administratoi
H St J. Wamne. were present a<
the display.
Mr. Richard Greenough. Hail.
Moil Correspondent, who arrived
in Antigua on Monday from
Jamaica was also present, aid
when seen on the Recreation
Ground, he was asked the follow-
ing questions.What IB
Daws this time'' Are you sounding
out Federation feeling in th-
Do you think that Bald-
fHafll
Wag Uit Here in 1946
Ml lem Mos'jci.
Clem St. Hill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of
1st Ave Belleville arnved yester-
day i tk ben' to spend
ap; ,i\>ximately b months' I .

DOOM in lour jmut Hi
mother and brother Louis
and Mr. Colin Lobo were on board
to meet her.

Loves Horses
HERE to spend s-x weeks in
i
Mrs. Gerald Griffin and
daughter Gal
Vessel Broker in Winnipeg. Can-
ada and they have been looking

great to do
quite a b t of riding.
Cadet JOHN PABKER
Been Around The World
Mr.i' L.t'ii-i John J
i-sterday after-
left liar-
oaoos bound for Venezuela and
South America. Son of Mr and
Mis. George Parker, John spent
Bis boyhood days here
father used to be attach-
Mxidos Branch of
Bank. Ha Ml Barbados
in 1D4(> and joined a School of
Navigation in Southampton,
where he remained one year, serv-
ing as a >
. the Blue Sim I
been around the world travelling
on four differei-'
bJj brujiher Robin, also in aft*
Merchant Mjni.es will soon be
paying Barbados
Back to School
Ik to school for Miss
Lilian Howes, of Montserrat.
who has been spending hrr Christ-
mas holidays with her mother,
Mrs. Monica Howes. She arrived
by the 'Ln
and returns to Codlingl
School. Also returning to school
i Croney, son of
Ml ! W \!;.nager of
the Cable and Wireless t
and Mrs, Croney.
dfB School.
>
From St. Lucia Holiday

Sunday b>
B W l \ BftoT spending a holi-
husband
I)r Timothy Unwell.

Wi
n and his
*r, studer.t n Business
are now on a U
After 31 Years
PN O R R I s r
ROACH. Founder a:
pal ol
II was intransit
on the "Lady Nelson" vesterday
A Grtnada-lxjrn ma*-.-
lessor Roach practises his art
under the 1'iofesaor
Nonce de la Roche He is now
returning to the West Indies for
three months after an aft*
31 years, and Is carrying a magi-
cal show to Trinidad and Grenada
in arnica he will be assisted by
Miss Velina Llgh Fraser. a stu-
dent of the Combinatioi,
who is accompanying hm
trip
A magician from his boyhood
days, the riofesaor is a n
of the International Brotherhood
of Magicians Ring No 2 New
York and Is also the first and <.ru>
coloured member of the organise. -
He pboaesset the greatest
Illusion in the world-reincarna-
Uoothe turning of a il
into a human being ar. .
versa, in the presence of the audi-
ence This, he said, is the illus-
ion which cracked the ice and
opened the gate for membership
in the International Brotherhood
i t HagMani
Medico on Visit
D.u MIC* J b iiAMIL-
I holiday

IIWI A.' for a
From Barbados
'-
the Bahamas, before returning
To Spend Two Weeks
MR. I. N SH1LLINGFORD.
Chairman of the Banana
Association Board of Dominica.
was an arrival yesterday after-
noon by the "Lady Nelson" for
about two weeks' holiday and is
staying at "Abbeville" Guest
bum
To Cover Cricket
Tournament
MR. O. S COPPIN, Sports
Editor of the Advocate Co.,
Ltd, left yesterday evening by
B.W.I.A. for Trinidad. He has
gone to cover the Trinidad-
Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket
Tournament for his paper.

The Best Of Friendt
^pWO very good friends had to
part company yesterday
when the Lady Nelson called at
Barbad<#; They were young
Matthew Dingman and little
Connie Piers. Connie, whose
father is a Government Engineer
in B.G. is on her way home.
Matthew however, with his
mother Mrs. Robert E. Dingman
got off at Barbados and will be
here until the end of March stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel. Mrs.
Dingman says here husband, who
is President of King Leathers
Inc. in Indiana, Pennsylvania,
will be Joining them shortly.
They are Canadians, living In the
U.S.; all of her husband's family
have been regular visitors to the
island, and he has been coming
here since he was a boy.

Sailed Down For Lunch
SHORTLY after 10 a.m. on Sun-
day, the yacht 'Princess
Pearl' with Col. and Mrs. Richard
Vidmcr, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey
Manning, Mr. and Mrs. N. O.
Daysh on board left the Aquatic
Club for the Colony Club, where
the party lunched. They returned
to Bridgetown the same evening.
cs >
Been Here Before
MR C. L. TUREY, who is with
the Brookfleld Construction
Co., in Halifax, has been to Bar-
bados before and liked It so much
that he has persuaded his wife
to make the trip. They arrived
yesterday by the Lady Kelson
and arc staying at the Hotel
Royal.
*
Until "Ne'son" Returns
WE are here until the Nelson
returns," Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Fenton, told Carib yesterday
-,>anied with Mis. S. C. Fen-
'nn they live in New York, where
rtntOO is a Civil Engineer.
in Barbados before some
. years ago, when the ship
I on called here for a short
time. They are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Congrats
CONGRATULATIONS rt Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lynch, of
."Newbourne." Roebuck Street, on
the birth of a daughter.
The babe was bom at Dr. Ken's
Clinic yesterday evening Mother
and daughter are doing fine
o <>
Joins Barclays Bank Here
MR WELLS, an Englishman,
who has joined the Staff of
Barclays Bank, Barbados, Is a
.it Cacrabank. Before com-
ing here, he was in Jamaica for
three years.
Other recent arrivals there are
Mr. and Mrs. Brtsley, who have
baaa living for twenty years in
Caracas, where Mr. Brisley Is a
Golf Pro.

After The Week-end
MRS. M. LAKJ1MICHAND.
wife of Mr H Ijikhmlchand.
Manager of Kirpalani United Co.,
returned *:. Trinidad vesterday
evening by BV7.IA. She had
spent a holiday In St Kltts and
ST* for the week-end
and was staying at "Athlone",
Fontabelle
On Business
MR. NlIiMAL KIRPALANI,
UW of the K
' I rmidad, was an
B W.| A on
guest Hroi, at
'Athlone". Fontabelle.
ft
Acting Manager C.andW.
MR U
were in Barbados for a few
I were In-
saengers for Tltaidad,
nig to England on leave Mr. Lor
and Wireless In St Lucia, while
I i
hnglaud. Mi
due back shortly.
Comings and Goings
MR and Mrs. W. S. Atkinson
from Quebec, arrived bv the
"Lady Rodney" yesterday for two
montisS1 holtdav which thev Sfll'
,i Cacrabank Mrs Atkln-
DMfa o| Mrs Rosamond
Hutchlnaon < Hill
I( was frsuHne Convent's .uv
lay afternoon at Seawcll
SO pupils returned after the
Christmas Holidays. From Trin-
Idad M a special flight were:
The Mi mm Joan Fafratra. BarWata. Fr-
f-n. !'iU OToola. Hln tWW. J*i"
(iaainfar. Joan laarian Charmain Soli*
H.-rn-rv SMla. Emmallna Br*v.vir. r.m
n*rl Helm WcClaan. Cell. MrClw-n
||M
MUM* Aiv|* AgMB,
-m*H. and JoaMtr Sj'Ut*
h >*rma.rlr
Mr. ClhliK Stntih and haw- tV..itfhi*r Jan
.urd from holkttu In TV.
VHtrnb) by Uw t*dy Rnditn
nurtrnd ! ** thar* Ifttr nata*
Mi A Muary, who la from Doml-tc.
will ba hara t ona waak baaaa* ratuvn
ins to DomMUca and tfc* UIA
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Women's World
THREE EXPERTS
SAY...'WOMEN
LOOKED THEIR
REST WHEN...'
EDWARDIAN
A Mrs. EVELEK.H NASH, well-known loner ol
Ihinia I '* llMwe days : -1 like ibrm bwauw . the sirli
.illi 'ur*ea looked bet. . Vou had lo be a woman.
ii .1 a lomboy. to show off Ihe line. Sunshade* and
Una were se expreasive. . The way yam ataed
f i lerrd . Drooperm looked *inh i mess. . TOO
...Id wear a* much We u a bride. Materials were
i-xquklte. Necklines rerralrd Just enooih and no
r.mre. . The srace 0f the '.-nctn. . Vou c-ould wear .1 lot of Jewellery and not
.ok over dreued. . Outdoor wear was se elegant.
NylonFabric
Of The Year
Bv Joan BsrdUssM
THE past few years have seen
a stalling Improvement in textiles
of every kind. During the war,
pure silk and fine linen disappear-
ed, but in their place rayon mix-
tures appeared. Rayon has the
advantage of looking like almo*t
any fabricit can be woven to
resemble corduroy, crepe, line and
so on.
But one fabric outstripped a.l
the others. Nylon, a man-made
yarn, is a revolution in fubru
manufacture. I unhesitating
choose it as the fabric of the yea.
Nylon stockings are known sim-
ply as nylons'. But apart from
gossamer stockings, do you know
how many kinds of nylon fabric
at present cxisC There are voiles
chiffons, marquisettes, nets, and
other lightweight materials, satins
and taffetas, piques and poults in
the slisihtly heavier cloths. and
nylon tricots. The latter are knit-
ted fabrics, made in open-stitch
patterns, particularly suitable tot
underwear.
Sometimes nylon is combined
with silk, rayon and worsted, to
make special mixture lab. its.
The popular prejudice against
wearing nylon next to the skin
because it felt coldis nuw old-
fashioned. The new fabrics are
specially desisned for lingerie.
As there are now nylon COUars
cuffs, evening shoes, umfcrella*.
raincoats. bata, corsets, brass-
ieres and socks, what are we \o
expect in the next t'::*
Shall we nnd ourselves encased in
heat-iesisting. dam;
Wellsian rubber suits, or clad in
a filmy skirt and little else be-
side*?
Children's Corner
Rupert and the Caravan7?
o------------------------T-rsn in---------------------------*
After puhm* through iht buihes She must have uno>nt^
Rupert stops. M Why, this is the thought she did." tSffl^
ry plica ih Dinkie led me to " b"*nc,n!f* i *tt*
^-**** "Ani "T*Jotsfi4^S&
here-i Beppo'i lead hanging our ol pflce" he unnuViJ?*'
i hole in the rocks. He muit have darlt ravjiy. a,, h(" {^-n^'*B*,Ss>
bte-> tere .before wonder il that's iwi he calchei ught of *!LlS?
.nder il (hii'l
wht [he brlr cat Drought me here, inside il.
Anwwer Quirkly
There are two certain wum-
\>ct$, the square ot the first plus
the square of the second equals
eight. Also, the first number plus
rhe product ot the first and second
equal six.
Figure this out in your mind.
What arc the two numbers?
Oediirio~^
As a whole. I make vM _
Behead me, and 111 ,uu 2
you But curtail me, jmb"
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KIRS'I WORLD W \R
VIOl.tT LOR4.INC, Bsaileal t-omi-d) loplin-r
during the 1914 war-ha made femcus '* :
Vou Were The Only Ciirl . .'said Last ***<
lioul the dreases she wore: '"I like Ihent becauat .
i>u didn't hait to be a TtfitJi de Milo tu look rleuant.
PsrasoU were perfert fur coqnetUng. . .
Deitiru were made lo show art beautiful m.lrriik
You could do almost an*thing with your hat. . .
Those collars were very becoming to the face. . .
longer ahUU looked more elegant than shorter style*.
There were ao manv more dreaa shapes. . sou
...uld wer aD your fs.orlte trimming..-
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1
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BRIGHT YOl NG THINGS
Mr |AMU IHII!. rp.ri on taste and
(aahion. defend* the Hi if hl-Voung-Ihmg
stylos of the mid-'ivvcnileit : I bk them
because . slim r!rb lookej teat. . Dreares
rmohaalsed slender lines of Inr h-ure. Fasbkona
tpellcd m new Ir.nloiu and indrpt-ndenee. The
unmatern >| look was mo.t atlrartlve. . Sila-
alorklnged lega came Into view lor the llrtt time. . .
Ike windswept bob tfwj pretty back .mil fmnt. ... A
girl's ankles mattered uiotl. . Clothe hats had an
" -""- ^Drawing* by ROBB
LaUaOoa xpiCM difkaial
Beauty Hints for A Star
*. Thla is a cQsrtte. 14)
10. To oecome thU you must bo
In a poai-ion to sell. (01
IB. Age ot tne herald. t3t
U Poat may he used u an altar.
uauvo. IS)
1*. A fierce one may scatter slips.
lb. Ate tilled with rage. <6)
16 Could maXo una or the scat-
tered in is. 14)
1>. Let Dee become a acarao, tS)
19. Trie coat of a good leed ? (3)
22. pw may bid lor It. [)
24. Reason for the vote I'm record
ao ore a across. i4i
JT. rt once clanged *npa. m
18. On a amail hlil it will pour. <*
UOWD
i. Fuund in a cloven boot. ii
* Rr*.v1!olL1*t to ,n# or. ie<
m, on thin may mean you're baini
rude.
The nigot oelor*
Hever Lana. Oi
m rteto
- Any garo-ner win tell you tnat
vou wet tnia from a e*yrua. ui
Footwear. iai
a Retreat in tne garden. Ui
ship ia tied to a peer. (*>
f The part of the petrol
examiner. (4)
ia. On a cap it ahowa ability, (4)
ii Carried by someone or aone-
thioi. 14i
iw. Tbia u not oeceaaariiy at a
. ooiDl.er,a flnfer tips. (4)
ill. Seventy, without a single
piggery. i4|
it. There'e a slippery cuatouist in
Itstl works. (Si
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MACDONALD CAREY
CLAUDE RAINS
ill "SONG OF Sl'RREXDER"
A Uramalir Storv wilh a Thrilling
Musical Background
bUu P.M.
I'lll RSDAV NIGHT AlUl
GAIL, HUSSELL
EDWARD G. ROBtml
JOHN LUND
in THK NIGHT HAS J
THOUSAND nXT
A NEW SHIPMENT
HI GRADE-HEAVY DUTY BATTERffisI
CULLY GUARANTEED-GENEROUS PMlM
MORRIS SERVICE STATION!
H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. -;
PARAMOUNT bosses believe
they have one of the most attrac-
tive and talented young actresses
in NANCY OLSON. This bhie-
eyed starlet with the taffy blonde
trassea won star billing in her
Unit film, "Canadian Pacific", and
she recently walked off with s
prize role in "Sunset Boulevard,"
tha Paramount movie which co-
rtars QLORIA SWANSON, WIL-
LIAM IIOLDEN ani ERICH
VON STROKE IM
Anxious to see that Miss Olson's
natural beauty Is preserved, stu-
dio heads requested beauty ace
Wally Westmore to visit Miss
Oslon on the "Sunset Boulevard '
set and give the lass some helpful
hints... Wally started off ly tell-
ing Nancy to start her beauty
routine at the topwith h-.-i
crowning glory.
"Pamper your hair Brush u
often and you'll brush your way
to beauty," said the world-famous
makeup director. "Of course,
there's a wrong time as well as a
wrong way to brush hair, depend-
ing* upon the condition of your
hair and scalp."
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We can supply - -
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DAy JANTARV 21. 19-.0
Tiir. nuimnos advocate
Hiss
Appeals
I Verdict
NEW YORK
i_ me former h h Stalc-
ETSiu-> dariM
K .^" '" ,""
l Court <' Appeal
lcn Jury"' i-""" 'om<,n
? ttten by implication
Jf& an Mpion-IK'' aa-cnl
-"ftnd IN h"d Uf undn,
K ' "' h*d nand"'
fw' I'
U, chambers, nsf-con-
Houner for a Sovl
Jaw 'ound por"
kaaatLf In denying hr- had
gJJSr, after January 1.
\mm* Mr Claude Cross, i
. would nw 'he appeal
gu^tv after Hiss ll
fjol Wednesday. He de- l
I n ** "" b"1* of lhe
I liable to a maximum of
rt imprisonment and a |
1 -Renter
i Control For
LC. Clergy
I-//V POLAND
LONDON. Jar l!:i
Ipolish Government is to
1 rtate i
Catholic
_ Coriuis which it
fel Wild, ronuptmn ;uni
le activity.
| today IB ""adca-it
te. The Catitjs manch in
iw (Bresl.ui> dtstrlrl
| of subsidising "Ter-
pogs". Everyone impli-
Tjrllf be prosecute*.. the
b uid. One barge was
flaV officials
jjint subsidies Int.-ilHmt
Ml Of null" '
boon 'i ibeii
Ld lor iin.in
fa. -Reuler.
B Fly Special
To Indonesia
DMKAHTA Jiiii. L'^
Dutcli
f 230 Inrii
nn Dju.:.i
faplUil U)-il.r : lirlKliim:,
i UPUH.
Wonemn Uefetn
man aaitl thai I
I this jii>
k p 1I
faugh talaphoni i un.inuni-
Pth the eiiy hail la-i-ii cut.
Rrulrr.

I guppos*. hHii n./^w ,.ce.sion by everybody that the international situation is responsible -c
________comD:-:t ni, |own has nothing to do with school reopening this **!.>"
Hoffman For Paris
To Speed Reforms
In M. Aid Couirtries
WASHINGTON. Jan. 23.
Mr Paul Hoffman,
Aid Administrator, plan
iiis week for important
meetings with European recov-
ers.
London Police
Official To Visit
Hrithh Guiana
I Uakl
preparations lor lhe
month of Mr. W C Johnson,
C.B.E. r> to the
Marshall Plan authoritu .....r"'"">'
who la -
Sugar \\ heat
For Mexico
XICO CITY Inn. 23.
to preliminui
(by the Ajyicuiluie ami
Ministrv M'-xu-u is
1 this year to prodUOB
|N, win,.!
r basic i
I'cuton area
mslderablj
crop
I tons ut about 200,000
ttrtuably to eliminate.
Mexico is still l in -
| about 80,000
e in pro-
Ithli year howevei is
Ifcr imports and by 1952
tat, imports may be
I completely.
Keuler
ha would proas foi a speedup of *" ""'-
far-reaching financial rafonns in 'Iritl1 n pectin Colonial
countries receiving Amerli
Fwi.-ii>n Aid.
A meeting of the organisation !'" Jamair;. i^ expected to spend
for European Economic Co-oper-1* ** m B.Q., rrom Mmiary
O.MB.C] Li due to con- l0 l0 2a- an Hoffman* propoaali '"'"' hew prepared tentative
I proKramme which has been lor-
Offlcials ben laid that While warded to him for his approval.
the OEEC has not completed its
agenda, lor the forthcoming session.
plicated problem oi
entral bank of Europe
to be mi it.
Batabl . t, i dear-
ie in hi has been given priorft: QBOROBTOWK, (By Ma.u
The Schoonei Pi in
1 ; ""' "ank io ,r-.. (Capt. Prank Km
n u.t.niati.mai currency .>:- port Oeoraatown
to handle commercial moi
Terrific \V indLaslics
Sehnr.FraiiecsSiuilh
Pres. Truman
Suggests Tax
Changes
WASHINGTON. Jan 23.
i Truman .sent an official

ig of tax loopii-''
11,000,000,000 Increase In taxcr.
In corpo ;,rui bin
Ha did lu-i say how much re-
ducuon should in- made on K\
bui hie said
most urgently ne>
freight, railway and 1
Juiuaieu 11
Xrrivc In T'dad
POHT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 23.
Led by Johnny Groves, veteran,
and accompanied by N. N. Neth-
crsole. Jamaica's cricketer mana-
l lector. 13
members of the Jamaican team.
scheduler ;0 meet Trinidad in twi
retta Tournament whkl
ooens oti Wednesday arrived at
Plarco Airport on Sun
| special plane.
Md the
itrestgth ot Use team and felt it
particularly Strong with an avci-
years.
Mr- Bpecialh mentioned 10-veai-
old Alfred Valentine, left hand
Heavenly Hoel
q From Page i

i beginning to

ting round
. .
to i.c gathering a,- Ijnubang, about
10 miles from Bandung
neld itself was undent
in Dutch hands >
The iotui believed
to have made -imvituneoua at-

nruugh West J
some cases by Moslem bands.
Communications with Djakarta,
lhe Indon.
terllng was -
drawn them last bight Observers
thought he might \v waiting for
a suitable moment to strike at tho
Cabinet In fliaglgaj
The Indonesian Cahn
ere when ne\<-
Westerling's revolt eamt
from BandunK.
ball ruthaasaly supprees
all (l^orrlrrlv dements in Ban-
dunR." a >pokesman
the meeting
The foxeea tj i UT i'mmand are
sumelen," to eope with the Htua-
lion "
(Renter
Chinese. Rossimf
To Mukv Treat)
MOSO 1
a ne
and Chinee* i
to
I
tlations m
the part .mo ||
were draw

Chirm e
Premier and t- . .
CnOU En I.:n to G.: i
Stalm in Kremlin It
formal vudi to th>
Stale after
9oelei Poreign dd
VysMnak) ai

aeeompanie r\r.r. nmrr
u k spin bowler as one who could i>
graph, ...... the entire group uf anythinK with a ball and who he
I | BUCh iti'im "
ill plan countries.
' iik up the
bank 11.i' i drafted
by European Bnanclal experts.
ill Plan nations and EC A
would contribute funds to the
central bunk. The bank would h^'i/f ,u
WeSU i" Buropean countries. Mr
HofTman was said to have aggUfOd
certain congressman that some
form of clearing union would lie
il i>n within 90 days. But
n.l ..tale whether the pro-1 ^
:i would eneom- 1 Qf* ]'|V| |1 o Sill 11 ItT
Sunday

Ccrlisle H,<\. Barbados, on Friday
morning, January 13. at 7.30
o'clock.
Capt. Hassell described the trip
as very rough adding that the
heavy seas threw water on the
greater part of the
voyage
He also had very bad weather
on the previous trip from George-
town to Barbados.
I ass all the Marshall
tries or merely > small group of
them.
Reuler
B.G. Interior Commissioner
Transferred To Solomons
GEORGETOWN (By Mail).
Mr. H. G. Gregory-Smith, Com-
missioner ut lhe Interior, British
nice 1940. has resigned
d the appointment
oj Resident Commissioner of the
British Solomon Islands Protec- (
terete, Wester:, Pa. Hie. as the lirst defence with.-
Educated al Kugby and Sand- nis counsel R. F. Levy !
hurst, he sow active service in i a 100 minutes opening address
World War 1 and 11. When the advancing; be con-
Evons Commission came to British [ sidered the prosecutions account
Guiana he was elected to serve as of the n Ul
ii in i / Reuler.
LONDON, Jan. 23.
Btlan Donald Hume. V-yeax
old defendant in tiie London
murder trial, today told the jury
that he wai known as I
smuggler.''
i' anes ou tho
fourth day of his trial for tho
murder of car dealer Stanley
Batty, whose dismembered body,
dropped in parcels from an air-
craft, was Oi sober on
the river Thames' niiuHlats
toilet preparations. lugRage
Mid honi1
Tho Prealdeni
should <* out 'only to tl
tint tho loss hi revenue can i-
b) elimlnatli
huh now permit rohh
i..ii. heir
stton"
As to 'himim- the PreaMenl
ri commended b "modei ate In-

f >B0,QW
At the san i tnmended
that the ia\ rsri
unnme between |2 I
150.000 which Is al pre i
ot the maximum of 69 per cent, be
reduced at the same rale
bOVO 100,000,
Ho proposed that estate and ajfl
lax laws be revised to provide
uniform treatment and reduce
present exemptions so ga
only bring in more revenue*' but
WO the fainn | ,
gajtata and gif lows".
(uts Musi Be Balanced
The President made it plain that
he would veto any tax cut that did
noi at the same '.line bi mi; m new
revenue to make up the loss.
In Mi: nutesafle, the President
discussed at considerable length
'shocking" loopholes which he
felt destined to go places.
Can Pre*i.

Boen
the Co
IcatiiL
ord
(PP.!
o
lisbury. opposition leader In
kdei in the House of '
nmittec on policy and politic
i S r Crookshank and Sir David Maxwcll-Fyfe.
Hume went into the witness box said allowed some peopl<
i s to escape millions in taxes.
As one example, he said that
"under present law producers of
motion pictutes and H
players have attempted to avoid
taxes by creating tempo.
pon.tions which are
fin"
ecause I
of the depletion allowance, was i
able to develop prupcrti. > field-1
ing S5.U00.0O0 a year but paid onl\
1 100 taxes over a t-yaai
period, slthough hit
non-oil sources alone was
a million dollars a sai
Truman did not Sttantut) the
an. Me mentioned also Reve-
nues )K.'ing losl "through the abuse
tax exemption recorded by!
ioiial and charitable organ-
ise lions".
Present taxes are
iinii in about $37,300,000,000 this!
I bis will be about
inclpated ex-1
BIO Congress men said they!
understood the Treasury--which!
will give detailed reconn.
io Congressional Commit-
Literwould suggeat a cut
from 20 to 10 per cent In the retail!
tax on such things as cosmetics.i
luggage and handbags.
President Truman also recom-
mended in his message to Con-
gress changes in the laws afTect-
iiik foreign earned Ineon
encourage investments ah
I line with his "point four" pro-
gramme for the world's under de-
I Reuler.
Blind Society's
Seal
iFYnm OAir london ^ormpondflnl*
I-ONDON
inmon Seal of tin ie-
cently formed British Empue S.;-
clety for the Blind was seen by
tho Councillors of the Bociet] .
their tirsi mee.Mn; recently.
It bears the date 1950 in Brallll
and Is the first of its kind ever l<
be engraved in this way.
The Soclaty was formeo earlier
mis month to help in the training
of the blind in British Colonial
territories, and to compaJK"
against the unhygienic conditions
which create blindness. The
formation of me Society caused
widespread comment In Britain's
leading newspapers, who
critical of the progress made t"1
date, and approved of the rv
gap.
"Advoeaie**
ARE YOU
More Irritable
These Days?
Has the "ivear-and-ltar" of
modern living- with its dady
Klruititlo to make ends n,-. ,
despite rthorUgeet und "high
pnoen" begun to umar on your
wires? Do you feI you're not
et ling enough rert and feri nu
-dgy hull the time, yoo cun'l
enjoy life any nan?
Well, you can't help the
unhappy condition of the world
but you can help vournelf
ItecJaUM thousands of Cana-
dsan sms. and women fmy tliev
hod tbry take thtvo Wl
their Mride -after taking Dr.
Chaae's Nrrve Knd for a whilV
This weU-known tonic wnfch
contaiiw Vitnmin Mi, Iron and
other needed raiiM-raU Mpa
build up your vitality and aids
in toning up your whole nyatcm
t.et I>. Chaae'a Nerve Food
today! Sen if you don't rtmt
better, ml better, frel better. The
name "Dr. Chase" i your
aeaurance. The large "economy
ise" is your best buy. i
STOMACH *
Istw leetM
nPTO-BISMOt
-"feelffsWeaw
Pesns-iaaawa-eaBi
ipxaaia-wa
g. (( o li'ilol.d , .
"* -MH-oi .a,
I *MH , dW .M
?. ->. ^ trrmt^
"Malta,
I '-IP...U..W ,...,. ........
Pepto Bismol if
FOB UBjlr STCIMA..,
UNCUENTIiVf
for dimmer
IlllVli ., i^tm
iiami imicnoN gp|
ootii huumo N. Samel
iDue io ihe ntielpated
lawrival f Um T.....-1^1
I ship ".\l;iui it.mi.< h
I -hull close .11 IL' MM IN
ON THCKSIIW ji.ih
and remain optfl M
SATCRDAY WIB I \
TIL 5 I'M
MODERN DRESS
mm
GUARD ACAlMST
COUGHSand COLDS
BufM up retlfiaace with th' cirmific.
go..I iininK tonic. Minor ailmfu* (is
bt vLngtroui. if asjy .-at.li (n|d eastl*
becju** >on are !<* in A.'. I >
builvt up y> r itimina now iJj good*
tSMaafaaMaaaaS I
mora than just a tonic-
It t POWttFUl NOURISHMENT
Scott's Fnultion II i Kold mine of
niiutal Aal) Viumini. \-luabU for all
ihi family-in rainy leaton or dry t
7^ SC0TIS EMULSION
_____High Energy food tonic
Rccojimed over i century a.o by Her
Oraciom Mi|n. Queer. Vrcioni. ji the
leadlr, miken of Qualify Bucuui. Carr'!
Carlnl. tOKlay mil carry forward
in. same proud tradition.
I rom eery corner of the world comet
an inisiant demand for the Bucuitt
which are known and remembered lor
their hi|h quality.
-j iheir h,fh quality
TH IWGOSH B/SCU/r MAKffiS
"%gg
THIS WILL END
YOUR
SKIN TROUBLE
II yaw -km ii nuiked and tore,
lied In -puts r nik.
Chafed nr iiill.iiiu-d. apply aOlM
' MentholMoai'. ITlil v,inderful
h.ilm instantly cools and soolbaa
and rapnlK itcal. skin Iroubta.
Hi.ic it ucilhini; like it. You
will soon SI.I. the liffrrra.
FEEL HOW IT
COOLS AND
SOOTHES
ft A. Bulk;
idhio left to right
JUST RUB IT ON
.- .-ur.c skin aad
i iik). , ,,, vo,, l-fcBL it
|4t in tin lo-day. but ruakaauie
Mt .....
Slls ......M ruM).
^TTlTTilfTnrl)
The Memli.i
/."' snai j<<>> Wtuif aajfy f-,
iiaai t .i. i ai p ,( isja>, SIOugh( e^^aad. e
M*o ii HulMo. N.y Ii s ,\
DO NOT JUST INSUREINVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TyME
This is only possible when you
lake out your Fire and/or Hurricane.
and or Riot Insurance with ...
THF.
BRITISH GHANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY UNITED
The only Mutual Fire Insurance Company in Barbados
Ml pulirs holders share in lhe profits. All type* ol Motor Insurance. Workmen's
We are not a tariff company. l'iii MIKE III NTF.Branch Manager.
Room :iu Phon
Plantations Building Lower Broad Street
CHILDREN ALWAYS
SAY
Jfge-
/ A It
ENRICHED BREAD
along with their delightful
J & R BREAD is good for
Young and Old
55=
WILLIAM FWiARTY LTD.
INC. IN B.G.
MH'KI
We wish to Notify our Customers
thai wa will be closed on Thursday
and Friday 26th and 27th in*,
for STOCKTAKING
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PAGE FOLK
THE BARBADOS ADVOo Mr.
TUESDAY. JAM-AKV^ ^
mm^0mmm The Stately Homes
Are Setting FaM
^jMUC*<1 t" Th M IBBStel
c m. k "* si., hulis-m*!
Tuesday. January 24. 1950

Mass Discontent
In Russia
Public Service
THE necessity (or Public Utility Boards
in this island must have been appreciated
by everyone since the great public incon-
venience caused by two of the main ser-
vices within recent months. The Govern-
ment is still in the process of modernising
the waterworks system which it took over
from the Bridgetown Water Company at
the beginning of the century and the Bar-
bados Electric Corporation founded in 1914
as I private concern is still apologising to
the consumers for its inability to generate
enough power.
It is not now necessary to describe in
any detail the difficultie* which the Elec-
tric Company has endured owing to war
conditions and the inability of English
manufacturing firms to supply the much
needed equipment, neither is it necessary
to repeat the disadvantages under which
people lived who had gone to new resi-
dential areas. The continuance of these
sources of annoyance serves to emphasise
the point.
Two years ago it was suggested that
there should be Public Utility Boards in
this island appointed by the Government.
In setting out the details of the suggestion
it was pointed out that the Boards need
not be constituted of personnel from the
Legislature alone. People with the requi-
site knowledge should be invited by the
Government to become members of these
Boards and in this way the community
would benefit from their specialised know-
ledge.
It may be that this suggestion was turned
down because at the time the British La-
bour Government had embarked on its
nationalisation programme and the Bar-
bados Labour Party who had then come
into power and was responsible fur IIM
conduct of Government business, hoped
and threatened to carry out a similar pro-
gramme in this island.
The creation of Public Utility Boards is
not intended to be a forerunner to nation-
alisation. It is intended to ensure that the
best service should be given to consumers
who pay for the commodity and to guard
against inefficiency of those services.
The present condition of the waterworks
and the electric services are hampering
other forms of business which are of great
advantage to this island. The lack of an
adequate supply of water has to a great
extent limited irrigation of crops and Bar-
bados being an agricultural community, it
can well be imagined the potential loss
from this source. The lack of electric
power affects the many small businesses
on which thousands of individuals depend
for lupuorl for their families; but In addi-
tion, it must disrupt the services of the ice
companies and the hotels and guest house*.
This is a poor advertisement for an island
which is attempting to encourage tourists
and where huge expenditure has been un-
dertaken in an effort to accommodate
planes which will line Barbados with the
bigger cities of the world.
Bridgetown aims at being a modern city;
but the present state of public services can
hardlv be expected to give the city the
right to be included in such a category.
In the past there should have been greater
supervision of Government-owned M
before any attempt was made to censure
other undertakings.
It alto seems obvious that a Corporation
entrusted with supplying the community
with electricity, needs adequate capital in
order to extend its network over the whole
island; for it is only by expansion that the
ridiculously high rates charged for electri-
city is likelv to be reduced. These condi-
tions should" no longer be allowed to exist
And one method of effecting desirable
changes is for the Government to enact
legislation creating Public Utility Boards
This would be but the beginning of a long
list of necessary reforms which could not
be but beneficial.
Ho * IIOI.HH.i.M.EH l.\.V Stit 4 rrn.ponatVnl
LONDON. (By Mail
Ever-Increasing numbe
.. -ilium-.
:hcn atvanl
I European General Mannar, International
News Service)
PARIS (By Mail!
THERE u increasing evidence that the
well beciusc the Baronets Had no and ta~^-
tver-incTT-wmiB ,.u....- of room for them In the small house then z -.
Britain's nobility are bring (orced , which she is now living. thousand acres Pnin nennle are rumbling with discontent
by high taxation cnppl.n, death Clmborrodale Castle, the Scot- They are typical ofthr ..a. ,> Russian Kopje are ru^ K develop-
dut. the new Town and Coun- lish nigniand home of Lord Trent, aristocrats who have been hit under a j"*1" J>5'lm" Q, the com.
try Planning Act, high malnten- WM ^ Ttcmay ,d HunsUnton The Marquess of Bath, when ment of the State at the expense ol tne con.
ante coats and suiting problems H,,| nMr ,n, Kings Norfolk his father died, had to sell fort and welfare of the individual. ,.
to either throw open their stately mla .n,cn nas m jn the thousands of acres to pay death Striking evidence that the Soviet regime
homes to the tourist trade, sell hands ot lne ,, strange family du:ig of nearly S3.000.ooo Hhs having difficultv on the home-front is seen
part of their estates to p their for ncajl lfl00 yoari . parted Becauae of "high taxation j. Wes,crn diplomatic observers in the re-
manalons going or even put the.r wllft bKmuie of lhe impossible vucount Tarbat of Castle Leod.| "J__S___i -__1..,n. f th re-introduc-
!!" r*r, the market. ^^^^^^^^^
,/*/'
Hoal
ALLSOPPS HC.KR RF.F.R per B.-llli
per cast*
(ATTELLI ECiG NOODLF.S
Broad A Fineper pkl..........
QIAKKK OATS
Larce PkU. with Chlnauarr
For T0.y
rtol Lhim
Isuall,
M
*!|
i OI.O.WtUE
CTOKBs
caiUes" on the market.
i burden of
taxation." Nearly
---= v' o.i i.M>H DV western uipiuuia.K* v*..- --
,um T?r^ rci to n l^rr cent official announcement of the re-introduc-
, TSS !r^dlaro^h. Uon of the. tath penalty for "traitors. sp.es
5, SRiS *&&%^~** V"" IJtTtt^^ which have been applied
lo not wish to see e^i ^ ^^ wh0 laJl yMr mM up u,, fwilns of many when I jn tne past to those Soviet citizens who
"in-day are threat- ">\4 fruit, cabbages and game to h, answered the question. "Why ^ve ),, accused of almost any act con-
mtag the paupers paasers-by from a sun outside u ,e laird wiling.' sidered seriously detrimenul to the State.
',.,, - r ^wl B.atrhe.1 an BUCUOnCr .____^n, hl,itf even a ,-. ...-.:._ _( .U.. J^ll, <\on:, tV
nf uaawrow hu m"""0*1 watched an aucuoner ,., am KUmt valise even
TM Announcement by the sell about a third of hi. e^te man wl0, ,,Ue and M.000 acre.
Kino's wealthy nephew, the Earl at Stafford last June. Und muil krep out of the red
of Hare^nod! vhat heavy death Nearly 2.200 acres embracing 13 am ulng ^.jj, don t I
duties will force him to sell a con- farms, small holdings ana thaU tavt u borrow money to
siderable portion of hi. 20.000 cottages were sold. Some or me kwp goln,.
acre estate in Yorkshire at public land had been in possession or Taxation and maintenance
auction thla summer, marks the family since 1170 and tne remain- ^^ ^^ ^^ K MU-onomical-
vlrtual end of the hey-day of the der since 1915. ____ ft ,^ Dropcrties 1 inherited
Unded aristocracy In Brluln Lord Shrewsbury u^nned preaen I mlsU,n round my neck
Just aa the monarchy and the day uxatlon "merciless and M nr.ndfather employed 15
pageantry of the Court has en- ,hat hlgh taxation, the capital j^ d al
riched the life ol the nation, on a of 1M7 and the high cost ""eC *' Now have two.
leer .le rur.1 l,.e has been of in h,d necessitated rhe Tarb^Hou Now ^^ ^
rendered colorful by the hundred ,, "* us~ *, wllh a dozen
and one activities which centered Tod hc s,al vc< ,| Ingestre f*"nM. S_ w my wife
round Uie manor house. Slaff0rd and runs a small "V"*:. e five-bedroom
When the Earrs father died in ^ wlln a nert 0f and smal soni in one nv
ZVSXrJSS&XZJ = St -o,k, premier VfefttfJ
on the esUte had already been feom cJHe at Aru na| aXnm parIV
W Pr."- A "''.?? StfSi been selling "It is no fun being a laird these
vSsrsLXz mM'a7r & JiSffi X *-* ^^^^
last autumn, has also found a Job---------------------------------
as music critu* on a national in-
tellectual weekly magazine,
Harewood has been only one ot
the many peers of the realm to
be hit by high taxation and death
dutlev The men whose job is
to sell the stately homes of Eng-
land are doing brisk business to-
"'..ore and more castles, man- Wo% ffSiSL'tS ^^JS-
sion. and large estates are leav- ^ lnIt nav,g ony official tion and ' "jreseni
**<*. IS*? ,h0" "* " relation, with -n-Governm,
The representatives emphaais-
ing'up "250^06" acres "artnually In "J^X"' 'f ,nd AS t"!^. 'Eft tte
the oast 30 year, and the sates "^"t,-.., members, individuals and not ,n the names
,-,g. Score, of castles ^ tng ot thlr countries. ob.
and manor houses have been sold ,Jr,, which Th' l
up with them.
W.ll.O.Include IliNeriminalinst
Ortiaiiiation>
QDOVA, Jan 22
executive Board of I
Africa, Sweden.
' ;ullipines
Brazil. Yugo-
nd In lia voted
relations
Invested incomes ,, organisations, which impose ey "'"-;-." emphasis-
The big estates have been sell- ^^cUons bawd on POU<
10.000 acres annually in n]i
the oast 30 years and the sales oeliefi- on m............
a ss&as zziz 3,38 a- *
^^Xge,oreHalUBur.r-';' '"-per-
family treasure! n/crc sold up as
siori*-*. Wwmm The Emm**
Sir Patrick Hastings
_ . urn!.' clear.
HO lull os.llf
was not quite clear
The tross-examinalion con-
tUtatl entirely In attempting to
point out the ridiculous nature of
the whole case. One of the ques-
ts the por.:
Mot in the least 11
CASES IN COl'RT by Sir PiTrick
Ha-Ua, Kf .Beba ^ ^^ ^ ^
nerhassett was Uken away.
There are few things more -Now the writer of ".:
enthralling than a trial in the nsement had no idea that there , ... _..
Law Courts" writes Sir Patrick was , fact a Mr Blenr. Blennerhasser. could
Hastings "However trivial or un- but he happened to mention tha. Vl.,;- hi,vinli
".portant may be the ..sues, to hi. Mr. Blinerhsett lunch",, ra.J, , lh,
lhe%artles immediately concerned at a well known City rci'a";a"1 for the purpose of the action he
they are vital, and above all the aa Pimm's. The real Mr nieii- n( not llKe lo sa). N-Ui so he
human troubles thai are brought nerhassett had in fact Hum ,, nwl ,,. ques-
to light give, perhaps If only for ptmm's sever-: ,, %as sen shown
oostenty. a real picture of the ragged so much by til ,. ly way hc resemble..
tlmM at which the trlaU look who professed to see lSSu , o^c adver-
ol.ee After all. the libel action v uy name, and that
ot to-day would probably have afy M their fellow member, Wat anyhow hl. had suffered no actual
been a duel a hundred years ago.' he foolishly decided to UartU ( so hl. ,(1S1 lhc cast.
To that I would add that lew an action lor libel. Reekie-, driving and reckless
place, provide a better source for i
a story teller than the Courts ,ule to point out that Mr. B baolv responsible (or most
Sir Patrick Hastings has v, I ttMB nerhassett was the only >'ock- 0, Ihe liugatlon In the Royal
of some of the most Interesting broker of that name ** II advice to
cases that he has been connected lunched at Pimms there tiic ^^^ ^^ haye b with In his many years at the .imllarity seemed to cease n n(|( (| ruJtt 0 IO ,,. COurts
Bar and, incidentally, ha. pro- order to suggest some rJossibUity unle>j have suffered very
du.e,l one of the best collections f aclual damage, he ''**' ,r,t.voul wrong. In other words,
of short stories that I have read ,hal. Jlnie stockbrokers are not mnemb).1 Nlr |i|,nnerhassett
tor a very long time. You have .Uowed to advertise. ">,""" and the great expense of
been and still are reading them caUon complained of might hav. ^^ ^ J^^
every Monday in the Evening been taken to imply that hs,tu Fm r, hc has some kind
Uvorale. " breaking the rules ol the English jury .- the
House by htoe* toeertt?*J t(luJalll, ,0]1* Qf EnglUh lus-
The story that J enjoyed most advertisement in the aWteajsi u _, cannot personally
was called "The Slockbroker and standard." \ ...ugh jsw nmtn^, onc s|ngle Instance in
the Yo-Yo". the account of a Patrick adds "precisely '" n' which a )ury have been wrong."
libel action mstnuted lay Mr .y * m.gh be ^ ^ ij^^ ^ ..^
Meilliailieeeert, a prosperous and thought to be^advertising mm.. ^ civlUsatlon continues,
highly respected member of the ,,y depicting himself ina l.i... iu e w, ,,.
London Stock Exchange. An .sylum with a straw in hi- ..... K,m,ral,on 0, lhc WOrld, and
adverttaement for Yo-Yos wh.. h -ice could ne-.
appeared In the "Evening Stand- reav, ,.,o which it
ard" In 1J2 was lh- cause of al w'1,,.1'a inl lOOKt no" c")'s without '
the trouble skulled. Beware o W IIUl S " s uo. ,;,,. and ,bove all lhe Ul-
the Yo-Yo" it described the late ot ________ uc,,y 0f lh. I
Mr. BlennerhasMtt who bought A.,en.bl> ,
Yo-Yo for his children and M**,I"'J'J,"^ "Cases In Court' is It.
offered to give them the first Xlinlu| Meetlns. Wan* bedside book There are stories to
, how lo manllHilalc It. %m*t touncil Heckle. MM, .-,11 inOOOS, written by one
But it would not work, and "'come Ho*d at 4.10 p.m. who. besides being one of the
the dawn and he was still there yD,|r enema. foliage greatest lawyers of this century,
dishevelled and wild-eyed with plantation. St. tieorse al is ^o a lively rac-iteur. For
the Yo-Yo string still dangling
from his lingers They tried to
part him from It. but It was no
oO the State.
The introduction aX the death penalty
coupled with administrative shake-ups on
both high and low levels are considered by
Western diplomats as confirmation of reports
which have been seeping out of Russia for
months concerning growing discontent
mntftg the people.
Diplomatic advices from Moscow discount
rumours of a serious economic crisis in
Russia. ,. ,
The Western diplomats are more inclined
to think that Stalin's home-front trouble is
lllf Hailing passive resistance by large
sections of the people to Government orders,
and policies which keep the masses work-,
ing hard on little more than a subsistence
level of living standards.
This passive resistance is not believed or-
ganized. It is considered highly improbable
that it would, in the foreseeable future, lead
to any uprising that could seriously threaten
the regime.
The Government is still considered to be
strong enough to crush any attempt on the
Eart of the people to resist with force this
remlin's rule.
What is believed to be developing is an
unco-operative and go-slow spirit in respect
to the regime's seemingly perpetual plans to
hasten rapid industrialization and strengthen
the power of the State at the sacrifice of
consumer needs.
Strikes are forbidden in the Soviet Union,
and absenteeism is punished by forced la-
bour. Thus the go-slow practice and failure
to co-operate faithfully are the only methods
of resistance which the average Russian
working man or woman dares risk.
In addition to the go-slow method in fac-
tories and on the farms, the lack of co-
operation is shown by falsification of official
records and failure to respect Government
decrees.
For example, the official Communist Party
organ. "Pravda," lashed out recently against
absenteeism at collective farm elections and
'"administrative pressure to prevent just
criticism."
Moscow's mouthpiece also complained
that "nothing is being done to prevent repeti-
tion of last year's mistakes during planning
and election conferences on collective farms."
Changed His Mind
\lioiil eahostls
RYK. ENGLAND (By Mail)
RE-APPEARANCE of a ghost ot a local
monastery has caused a skeptic to change his
mind about the supernatural.
Formerly, the 14th Century abode of
Augustine Friars, the monastery at Rye. Sus-
sex County, now belongs to the local council
which uses it for meetings, dances and other
events.
When the council took over the monastery,
they also acquired, without extra charge, the
ghost of a six-foot cowled monk who some-
times has a few cowled colleagues in lo help
him with the haunting.
Latest person to see the ghost is Fred
Parris, caretaker at the monastery for 16
years.
Parris said that one night he returned to
the monastery, put his hand on the side gate
and his hand went numb.
"1 turned my head," said Parris, "and only
a short distance away from me was a figure
cowled and dressed like a monk.
"I could see right through the apparition at
some rose bushes. As I watched, the ligure
moved away and floated through the wall of
my cottage.'
Another time Parris was chopping wood
in the boiler room of the monastery when he
I shivering.
"Then 1 felt three taps on the back of my
.1 the coldness left me," he declared.
During World War II, strange noises were
heard at the monastery on certain nights.
One man said he saw live monks walk across
the lawn in the moonlight.
Fred Parris had formerly scoffed at re-
.,,..,tour, for P2 "i visions and other ghostly happenings
only j ,, one of them at the monastery but now he says he has
I changed his mind.
Ol II III \III II> V%Y:
h There \o Longer Any t on licit nre In Mr. Upper's Oil Report?
To The Edttur. The Advocate me by one of
SIR,The l uncil's amend- Woul.l ttMtn I
mU to the Oil Bill
uie.igh.ups-: sfixxssttsr*^
iny harm tn al- over again thai "J" mnntai is>,k uu an,, each con-
..n .fti-mor ctarts to ctunuanies pack up Md each con-
_ wen lowing more than one company company A no tooner aro i ani,01lCd.
accepted by the House on the w drill. The answer U to be erec a rig o>ftjf **
8th itut and I have been told found moat clearly expressed in dividing UMfcWjTS^ST^Ma Barbados is a very tiny spot.
that the Bill received HU I TL^...^ IvS ., near \ "<' * P1'
encv'* AgatBfl iux: d-v Tb The on, Breat and fundamental ot e un*^ ana ilocattgo ot hbour, bV
Act however, remains inoperative eacuse for the Policy Memoran- urn rig u- *' . 1(1 tj., nece- >ti of wages
until .: )..,- bOtt proclaimed and dum issued by the Colonial Office Wlow lh!Ja^ilJ" ELm* lhc
Uii. has not yet bWn done. In and for ngttafl oil Htfkta m oil tint.And why MM g^ labour ^ ^ ^t_
view of the extreme urgency ot Government la, we were told Hm QM which first man JUt*'" UcuUr work unli, atWiuOI,
Government to get the Bill absolute necessity for control to gets the bulk of U .f it U Ujtre^ ^ Uainfd %nA ^ ^ m ,
through the Legislature, the secure orderly dnllinr Mr Result; two wells drilled insle* ^ w in a communlt..
uninformed may well ask Why U-pper hu emphasised lhe of one Double i*n* agricultural and probably
the present hesitation lo proclaim, scrambling and tha waste of less squabbles to gei "** ,-uson.
and how lou will be the delay' money and oil resource* which skilled labour. But tha I is meirely
Presumably, there are one, or would inevitably ensue, and con- the beginning of the lolly, wens ,, v, Upptr., ^^^
perhaps two, reasons for thai oaaja, if a small b i11 l"' 'lnl1^ l toH ^*? JL3S u caUa
delav First, bocauM Barbados were divided into sec- expenses, with no geological data
has no ed in separate arid gained, and none raeoi
Hsmulationi. ;i very obvtoui I ba of enormous valuo lr.
necessity as 1 pointed out rnoi '"> *.<-__.
and months ago and ) scramble to get whatever oil you ^*hl^i J^>*"a^^i a. ~- twm
becaust- there are forces al il licenses are is- Ad as fast as > ^iu2T r'soS
it fellow >' ag oMopmy h*.
t each to go into it
crve I ughl if those allotted section of the island and to withdraw U ;, ^^
forces to get What oil li can? In the first will cause an inrush of water py" ^a- TrvraiaS Ua-hok*.
and the closl
consequently the shutting off o( ".
' of Barbados must b< I much valual
this will go UeSksMi aa
In* l_g,li <
.<-! If K BaWtMedO!
I ran any h>n*r _ci In this

( tno nuMion am to
l>pp uovernor of HWfb*** lit. Ia*psr hu
unhMiUtincly. wS wilhuul 1h# Mkknc
told Uw Colonial CHHrr and (ht Oov-
>nuBnt o( BirbMo* Ut IM vrn oiain-
Ml o( plain laiifnaa* wMch any Infant
can uudenttaftiid. what Gosfrnmem
haaild do. If how*\i. <...; Oil indua-
tiy, like our Suar induitry la hetiw-
folUi lo b* tun to aull tha purpn g|
tke> Clurna! Oflk*. or. If ultafly un
nror1h> ronaMl*ralM>ni ar* allowM to
Uim-nic Guvvnunaora daouon lo Iha
Baariaiil iliarreardins of I
etsKy and Uva tnltrsaU of the paoitia
I UUa laUnd for who** waltan th UII
BUI U auppnaad to hav. Wan p*aa*d.
than Omtmnignt muat ba prapuad lo
anawer to tha peopla what GoverniBatnl dor. It has baan
rapaalad o*ar and over aaain *1l ta tha
B*ola Oval Maltar" hod. I mt j
It Juat one* mot* Tha pMpU of B*r-
bado* have >rt to be reehanad with In
Hds oil bualnaaa. and, u It la. God only
kaowi what tha paoelei laadioru will
ba when 0 flnw once
mar* In Batbadoa and Uvay come lo
raaJwe that Ita benenta hav* been filched
from them and parnapa
-flu ara emplayad
;calv.
A., gdfjasj K,;lr+u?
I irorofe
is opportune and dispels ruminire
.Uatcd
We learn that
laches. So. Mr. Smith
u'iMimii in "crave th
sympatheUc understanding of the
public" and he offers no special
sympathy or consideration In
return. He asks us to live largely
by lamp and candle light, to cook
by kerosene and to foot" bills,
much as usual, for current which
will re-heat the water, re-chill
in,- fngidaiif and iv-kmdlr.
during the night, all lights accl-
dent-iily left on.
To what firm have the
electric lighting, heating end
refrigerating^ systems of the
colony been entrusted? Has the
Electric Corporation, on behalf
of it* subscribers, no legal re-
drew? And has the Inefficient
firm in question been asked to
publish an unqualified apology
dad for an
assurance that spare parts will
bo forthcoming, when
"faulty pieces of metal" are re-
blackouts
and daily loss of poaj
EDWARD CUNARD.
Bay,
> 1950
#/ rryl!
These are selling quickly - -
Ooloh Oil Sto\
2, 3 and 4 Burner on Slands
Single and Double Table Models.
Beatrice and Coleman OIL STOVESSingle I
BOX IRONS6%". 7" and 8"
SAD IRONSNo. 6.
COAL POTS
OIL LAMPS and LANTERNS
WILKINSON ft HAVNES CO.. LTU, Suceaaa*,,!
C. S. PITCHER- & CO.. LH
Phones: 4472 & 1887
/### WE \HK ...
with the Best of GRC
CADBURYS RED LABEL DRINKING
CHOCOLATE ................. m
AYLMERS ASPARAGUS SOUP.......... .
LIPTONS COFFEE ......................
OXO CUBES ............................ '
SAVOY CHOCOLATE MALTED...........
JACK STRAWS ......................... .
DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGES
(excellent quality) ...............
HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE.........
SMEDLEYS MIXED VEGETABLES .....
POBERTSONjS LIME MARMALADE.......bi
SWEET MIXED PICKLES ............
HOLLOWAY'S DRY GIN.......
QUEEN OLIVES.............
COCKTAIL ONIONS ....................
COCKTAIL CHERRIES .............. I
AUSTRALIAN PEACHES ..............
AUSTRALIAN PEARS ................
AUSTRALIAN APRICOTS ...............
SOUTH AFRICAN GUAVAS................
COCKADE FINE HIM,
STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. Lltl
\OBin:
DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE
"MAURETANIA" ON SATURDAY
OUR DKY GOOD DEPARTMENT WILL
CLOSED ON
:
Thursday 24.li < '^
und open
Saturday 2 OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS &
ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY SHOPffl
ACCORDINGLY.
DA COSTA & CO.. LTU
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
,.v^vv-,v'.v.v.o-^.-.^-a-.'.--.--'.-'-'-''-'''''''''''''''*",
Lsram-Ur*
*K
FINE
FOODS
HAMS In Tins
21b., 71b. 101b.
LEG HAMS
131b. to Mill
BOLOGNA SAUSAGE
LUNCHEON BEEF
PEANUT BUTTER
Carr's CREAM CRACKERS
SWEET BISCUITS
Ma*! e*e-a>).
BEEE
TRIPE
TONGUES. LIVER.
FRESH VEi
DAI!
PRE'-
SULTANA*
KED
run
GODDARDl
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i ,|i.\V. JAMAKV24. 19511
Vestry Seeks
Help From
[,lains. Smith
IH FLOOD QUESTION
LOCAL NEWS
THE BAHBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
nw sl Jcwph ''
AaVardthr problem ol ri
El wlllcn were damaged
Zj, the hlilh wlniU ol Augubl
ff-Seplember I and decided to
Aaams and Mr. South,
St parun'' representatives in
l!L Souk ol Assembly, to put
Government, it
OK House
ijj'hettl that the money (hen
Jo, repairs of damaged houses
inadequate.
A letter dated December JO was
Irom the Colonial Sacra-
reaa
M
Office It
l am directed 'o Inform you
kit the Legislature has made
aniUUc the sum ol $15,000 lor
tM purpose ol meeting the cost
at rep*""* IO houses damaged in
the storm o( the nights of August
11 and September 1. The amount
maoe available is not intended
to cover all claims as the .
-enl has not yet decided what
jKthod should be used in regard
to the settlement ol certain of the
tlums received by it.
An amount of $2,905 is made
available to you under the ..l-
aphed voucher for the purpose
of paying the claims listed in the
attached schedule. The schedule
Shows the name of the claimant.
the address and the amount W-
I by Ihe Colonial Engineer's
Department in conjunction with
the authorities ol the perish. You
arc authorised to have repairs
effected at a cost not i
the estimate ol the Colonial En-
gineer or to make direct payment
to the claimants on your being
satisfied that required repairs
hive been completed. There
would bo no objection to your
nmXJf.S '"',1 'r was sunk b> the 'Ladv Nelson' off St Lucia
King. Gran,,ey Walter,. Samue, Williams.
M
PARISH
ROUND-UP
M Mi.iuel. NeMwi Devalua-
tion nor rise of cost of living is
affecting the sales of 2 Sweep-
stake tickets rot ihe forthcoming
spring Meeting. Two weeks ago
the llarbados Turf Club was sell-
ing lour Series ahead of last year
but now they are selling nve.
Series T is on sale.
The two shillings is devalued
Us worth the while
taking it to try at thousands of
dollars (Barbados Currency).
'.tie rain fell over the
week-end and St. Michael with
22 pans had Ihe heaviest rainfall.
All the other parishes got below
: 10 parts except si Andrew, St
I Thomas and St. John. They got
i only drizzles.
| Memberships of the Caribbean
! workers' Union are ncreasing
flajlj People of every walk of
life go up to the second floor of
'i Synagogue building to
register for this Union.
Six Survivors Picked
Up From Sunk Schooner
The six survivors of (he sunken schooner "Alna Leotaud"
Rived lure by R.M.S. "Lay Nelson" about 1.30 p.m. ves-
Arts And Crafts
Maintain High
Standard
terday.
In The House
To-day
A nil! to amend the
Tariif Act 1921.
Int. and .tellers James
24 of Dominica.
Sl. Vincent Schooner "A,i,,i
N tOU net.
Ill 40 miles to the East ol St.
s the first item [,,.,;, wrMn it cam* into collision
set down on the Order Paper with the 4,655-ton (net) R.M.S.
CHILDREN from four schools
_. , , were among the fairly large
They are Samuel Williams 23. crowd that attended the Barbados
Gayman King 24. Grantley Wai Arts and Crafts Exhibition which
4;CSpSam Croydon. Tele- opened at Queen's I'm k
m tiHS^lS^SSS^ St.1* *"-** Being held along
the Arts and Crafts show is
exhibition of call
of which could not be displayed
at the Annual Indust
bition for lack of space.
School children who attended
"! i. Present proposed &" -" ~ "
!ter?no.TclVn?7he\'r ^ ^ 'GVe'..... BuBl" ^laln Tc.emaoue told tlie
hoem should be met. and if any A Resolution to Dlace the sura "*avoeatc" lh< ,he accident loov.
of the claimant, listed was not of $2,o00 the dUp^al of The PJT abOUl 5 "'m' *v"y mf"
Inoccupation or his house j-otl ;,.v,,, n. ,-.:-,.,., i ,,.,. com- "'"is crew was up and to work
ss? nr!;;;:, X?- -* tssrxsenz" i^r; vt
Estimate For Koch HnUs. ,', *. ^^^ &,!om 'ZT^Z%
Iruit. spaciousness, which makes H
When the vessels collided, said easier to lako step backward
I : 'fit- ti'w tnd hhnaeU *llK' Ret a better view of
got about] one life boat. The particular painting,
schooner broke and sank irmne- Exhibitors include Mrs. White.
ately. Mr. Ivan Payne, Mr. BrUgs-
The "Nelson" got back lo their Clarke., Mrs de K,
Albans.
I lie Arts and Crafts show
is concerned, the standard of worn
of past years -is upheld. There is
a falling off In quantity owing *c
the fact that on this occasion there
ore no exhibits tan British
Dd Trinidad. This. how-
Mr. A. Carter. Churchwarden, Ihe Supplementary
said that according to the letter, 194950, No. 20. which
the Colonial Office provided an Schedule to this resolution.
estimate for each house and in A Resolution to place the Bum ,
some cases, the inspector who of $3,000 at the disposal of the 5LJ2?2- V"1' "? '^
hid visited the ti- Governoi CommlttM h,"^,"
iTJtpd the damage while in others lo supplement ''t*
bis estimates were decidedly Eitimatea 1MBSO, Pan I, Cur-
under-ertimated.
imatea as'shown in the S-00" nboul 30 a-m- an<1 ,onk Mrs Macavity.. H
ird with part of their Mrs. Merritt. and Mi. Hi
personal affects which they luck- Children's Work
ilv saved. There is a good deal ol children",
he men looked none the wortt on dispiav ,innkc tho ,..,.
their experience when ., ,lu> *_....' :.. .,, .,,.,
SS, investigation B *"* ("'
expected that dlacunion Into ihe incident was being carried SIS'-. " '
exhibitors from this institution
: to authorise tho Schooner "Alna Leotaud" has carried irish of st Joseph made many a trip to Barbados *"?* " certlflcatea of merit.
sell part o( the Glebe land under Captain DeRoche with exhibition opened at 4
He said that up to the preset
hehadrt'ji. I!l. which form the Schedule
cost of $1,985 He pointed out to Ihe resolution.
that these 30 houses were repaired
with the money estimated tor eai h
but in his opinion some were
badly in need "t further repairs.
Be said that in o
meet had estimated the damage
to one Mayers' house at $60, hut
Mayen * an employee of Friz-
en and ) ent over $150
to repair Mayers' house. Ho said j0
Dr. H <; Curnml
embled yi terday at the
lutiooa and Mr. Q. H, Ad

Private Mcn.i |
r,^;'d ?rjr2xr.,2? "< ;***>" .';... ^TS^zsriZa,*.-"--i -.^"i
HJtofrizers. as part of the debt Commlttee "of llarbados.
which Mayers owed them. In Ml. E ,, M],A.....
S"""* W ' that il ,.,; ,;,,. H......,i Into Committee
atned quit.' clearl] how Ihi tl, a,,,,.,,,, the Gas
Colonial Engineer t Inspector ha nil l, and Mr 1). n
under .Mimated some ..l n ,, ti.
eauge lo h..ii-<-.. | reiaUng
_p. L. H. Hulsoii said that in hl , the repatriation lo Africa ol
Uttncl he hud seen Lisle Mapp'l person] ..f African descent.
wuse which was also damaged by
be storm. He said thai Mapp ----------------------
t'
hal
not railed hen llmc however, an electricity cut
made looking at exhibits djfneult
The show .ontinui's today.
Bodily Harm
Cost 30/-
S,S. Coiiira Arrives
m given $00 bj Government but
B his opinion this amount could
lo nothing to Mapp's house. He
Nxnted out th;it if he was in
Upp's position he would ask
lovemment to try repairing the
ate with that amount of money. fa'nd 'v".a~_A
Serious \ iev\ passengers and cargo.
DECISIONS of His Worship Mr.
ma who imposed fines
of 30/- and 20/- on Alias Eugene
of I i, St. Michael,
DUTCH SS. "Cottica" arrived were conilrmed by Their Honou.s
at Barbados yeati ng- Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. 11. A.
wiih o. the AjBtstai
^esterday. Mr. Talm.f
Mr. A. P. Cox said that he took of the 120 passengers numben BuMne guilty of having
*ery serious view of the coiuli- 104. Icted bodily harm on Leotta
of these houses, lie said that Among the cargo for this port Marshal) on the first ch;i
i different occasions he had .,,., eases of of having inflicted il.ly harm on
rt Government denied that n Um, ,., champagne, gin, con- Yvonne, her daughter, oa the
^.. m^on the n,Bht of Au-i--"' ">' rf*-i ''
wt 31 and September 1 but now
I the latter they had referred to
I at a stoi
densed milk, powdered milk, meal ecoad
preserves, split ]>e,i-. apples. i-.Uf Thi
. ....
had her little daughter in her
hen adl
Schoonera Call
Schooners "Ada lin
( tV and Kmei.-lda'' called
> with cargo.
The Adaltna" arrived from St
With charcoal, lire wood.
copra, coeoanuta, fresh (rult and
three dot
Both the Gardenia W ane
the Emeralda" came from Trini-
dad. The former's cargo wan
* Of tiles, li. I
boards, metallic liquid, displa>

rreafa fruit, The lath
gasoline, WOOd prJ
n
oil.
The three schooners are con-
He laid thai ciwuirina ,m 0u4tK,n in 92 and Ltta S "".......... '':
tt| so: ..ere snent "hrv. ti -'l *w l>'t the baby on her
1ZZJZ issjs. Sc""""
Aaaot laUon.
. tier with a piece of IroQ
cross her shoulder.
hthouse*" .fed He The "Cottica' A i'"i On her (ace, bursting
light tl to leave port last night for Tt M
Nj that the other Goveinments in Next pas- ;; up_ a stone, and Eugene th.n
past had done nothing about Surinam i """
jjiaatd houses when it wns the Ihe whlcn is due
went Government that was not from Dover. England
*g as ninth :,s former Govern- Februarv Jf. and 21. The
X' ,. "Bonaire" is slitership to the
""idjhat he was acquointel "Cottica."
Loc.ii I tbeea

Ltd.
Wh a woman with many children
on page 7
Sold Fear l;or
Si\|M'inv
Police Bund
At St. John's
Aliiishoiisv
Acting
Case Struck Out
IE APpral Hied by Weber
~ In a forecla u e action
Fined For
Fined 5
THRU Honouri Mr.
Taylor and Mr. II. A. Vaughan i.t
i ! Appeal
>estcrdoy varied :< decision -l Mr.
h. a Talma, Police Magistral.' nt
"A." Their Honours In- j
reased a Ana from 2 to 5 when
THE POUCO Band i
Band Master, Sgt. C. Art
play at the St. John's Almshouse
ut 4 p.m.. today. Classical music
nnd popular tunei
<; i. tiu- prnayamrne.
One of the members of the
Union told the -Advocate" that
he thinks the Union Is doing fine,
although only in its "youth".
It is understood that the Union
has had requests from outer
parishes asking for fuller in-
formation explaining the aims
and objects and also asking that
meetings be held in their districts.
The loss of an amplifier valued
$600 was reported by Algernon
Crawford of the -Observer Print-
ing Office." Lucas Street. It is
also reported that the amplifier
was taken from the Superin-
tendent's Office at Quat
between January L' and 10, It L|
iwford's property.
Knight of Cooks Alley
reported the loss of a pair of pants
valued $8.50 from a box cart
which was parked in Prince Wil-
liam Henry Street on Saturday.
metto Street at about 1.25 p.m.
on Saturday between the motor
van M-1381. owned bv Messrs.
John D. Taylor and driven by
Beretfprd Bennett of My Lonft
Hill, and a bicycle owned and
ridden by Errol Blackett of Bush
Hall.
The rear fender of the bicycle
was damaged. The brakes of the
..nd found to be
In order.
Another accident took place on
Swan Street, near Bolton Lane,
at about 10.13 am on Saturday
between the motor lorry T 150,
owned by Harold Haynes of
H Thomas, and driven by
Winston Daniel of the same ad-
od a bicycle owned and
ridden by Kenneth Quinlvne of
Vine Street.
Both inner and outer lyres of
.,;,, Were damaged.
A third accident occurred at the
corner of Rlckett and Trafalgar
' tw.in the motor car
0-318. owned and driven by
Clayton Skeete of Salisbury, St.
George, and a bicycle owned and
ridden by Seafleld Sealy of Gar-
den Land. St. Michael.
SI. John. Hugh Orannum of
the st John's dispensary reported
the lass of $110 In cash from
P. A. CUrks) and himself. He
the money
from the ,: during
light,
st Philip. A few cotton pick-
ers have started to work in this
Parish and also in St. John. One
ing cotton to the
Barbados Co-operative Cotton
Factory, said that his name was
Juncpl Gooding and that he was
a resident of Rollins' Land He
stated that he is getting 16 cents
per lb. for the cotton. Most of
the cotton that arrives at the
Cotton Factory comes from St.
Philip or St. Lucy.
st. Joseph. Lemons in St
Joseph are looking lovch
ly at Castle Grant Reservoir
where Mr. Egbert Mayers are
cultivating some as big as man's
list. Other fruit and also vege-
tables are looking plentiful in the
parish.
Government has given the St.
Joeant] a ^m of money for the
Tenantry Roads. The Vestry also
.sked for money for the Risen
and Cocoanut Grove Roads but
Ml was not as successful
s the aforementioned.
Holes on certain roads are
auslng annoyance to motorists.
|M especially damage the
prings of trucks, which carry
some very heavy loads during the
rep segaass.
A motion to write the Telephone
Company telling ihem that the
service was not satisfactory in
this parish was made at U
yesterday.
Various Committees ami 1>- le-
gates were appointed by the
Vestry yesterday. The Buildinn
Committee will be Mr. Carter.
Mr. Branch. Mr, Williams. Mr
Gooding and Mr Con. Dele-
gates to represent (he Parish
e Mr. L. ChaUenor and
Mr. Carter. Delegates
sent St. Anns Church are Mr
Farmer and Mr. Mayers. These
delegates are representing the
various churches in the 19T.0
Synod.
The Harvest Thanksgiving
Festival of ng. Joseph's Church
will be held on Sunday next
There will be three servicesat
0.00 a.m.. 11.00 a.m. and 430 p.m
Mr. Oswald Walker was again
appointed ofhViul weigher of
Motor Vehicles n>
met yesterday.
I
An Appreciation
By the passing of Mr. Sydney
B. Inniss, who was a well-known
member of the community aim
who came of a highly respected
family here, the Barbados Chess
Club is considerably the poorer.
Mr. Inniss, a keen devotee pf thai
game, was one of the founder
members of the Club, which was
formed as far back M
was local Chess Champion for
several years. winning the
championship title of the Club
on. at least, live ooaaak
also filled the offices of Vue-
President and PrcMdcnt from
time to time. As will be gathered,
he was a chess player <>f dlaUnc-
tiou. and a valuable asset to
playing strength of the Cbab
the tlrst Intercolonial
gress, held in Georgetown Brl
Guiana, in March is*:,.1, | i
one of the Barbados
tives. and he abji
other important tourn
events, taking part
matches which Barbados contest-
ed with British Quit
Trinidad many years ago, and
giving a good account
on all these occasion*.
The Club members, who have a
aanaa of personal loss thi
death, desire to pay arreeuonate
and respectful tribute to his
memory.
HARRISON'S-broad st.
SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES.
I.ADIKS' Red. Tan and Navy Fancy Sho, White
Sandals and Court Styles
QBNTS AND 111ILUKI \s MIOKS-in a Variety of
M>1. I .in- Haute ol Sizes
ALL TO BE CLEARED
REGARDLESS OF COST
The (toods we are offering are not shop-
soiled or old slockthey are merely
up.". ...id \Mes we have derided to |
discontinue.
Till: HAIU.AINS INCLUDE C.KNTS SHOES REDUC-
I II ITtO.M
(1U lo
sun
lme-,0
I
At l 8
lo
::iki
Is- nund torlS
Minuunenti ana **
rt in the cable v
irbados contest- S
AND LADIES SHOB81 iuim s:,.:,o
Of Mggfgg Uttff affg main other lines all reduced n
I lie same yeiuioiis scaleWhy nol visit us to-day and
make your Choice.
HARRISON'S
HARDWARE DEPT
Dial 2364
V////*Vi//A '*',*,*,^^^V(.**-'*****W^**V***'*%V,'-^'---'
CTuv Dangeroiw Driving
SjJJl 'll,,l|,,;''. hi the Court ol alva ik>ttin of st. Thomas Henrietta Layne,
alliii i y as "Cllhcr thc ix' i)UUt '" 3 dBB
rjjwi nor his c ., | months by instalments or In '. .ii12 cents in-
default one month's imprtaornnent stead of 8. The offence was com-
PWiics In the action were bv His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod nutted on December 19, 1MB,
O. Beckle. (Plaintiff- yesterday. Layne had been found guilty
l*nt) and Westcrman I). He was found guiltv of driving and fined for a similar offence
ajjpT" 'jjteiiuant). Heckles was the motor van M-2044 in . prior tOathls case. Their Honour*
JJT*, Mr D. H. L, Waiti, manner dangerous to the public felt that gffa offen.e,
ttBrd\l r Mcs*rs. Cottle on the Lower Wharf on since Layne had been wa::
mmttmmkmm i had still committed it. merited a
line.
25 Y<;ars Ago
(RarbMlos Advocate, January
24. 19t)
UQIIIWMUIII < IIA.MI'ION
SHIP TO BE I Ol (all 1 til I
At the Olympic Theai:
Kid Albert the iiarhadu* llght-
weighl represent.*live will
the Demerara Champion light-
weight, Babe Walka
round contest. The Minuhire lau
is about ten pounds ".eaviei than
the champion which ought u> bi
ol some advantage to him. A
great deal of enthusiasm li being
exhibiled in the fight tonight,
which is being viewed by a good
many fans as an Inb
contest. Undoubtedly
ers themselves feel thai
are inspired with the | I
yen .t feeling nnturallj
That there uill be I i;ood main
fight, there can be no doubt.
Added to the thrills which a
strong exposition of the manl]
art offer, lovers eg the sport will
witness a powerful display. be-
tween Stanle, BC.
Butcher, 6 rounssl
bantam-weight .
rounds.
HI Ml K \l \ XI.
Mr. c. R BrowM and Mr, a. Q
Gomes will be unable to take part
in the Intercolonial t>
in Trinidad next month
Judging from his play when
Mr. Qomea can be
spared but
be fatal to Demerar.i
slender chances, anyhow they
must buck up
without him.
SWEET
or DRY
amber i-
Guadeloupe Is Sending
Students To Study
Building In France
$ pecu
HI be trained are
follows:
Hi; masonry, cement
reinforced concrete,
'"Pt'd u;
'ifiiU,,
"Uxia,!.
JSft^J1 n>try. Joinery
S^" l)i lumblng;
*>: house-wiring for
T^^'**': locksmiths. The
r
""^^ta:*^ who iLicm,
acquired some training in thc
Candidates must be between 18
and 35 years of age. During the
course, probationers receive tho
same wages as workers, but with
an increasing of
They also en>
social security, social
accident insurance and I
i basis as
regular wage earners.


Fined 20'-
TWO lines were imposed on
Eustace Harewood of

V Mclesd.
be paid in
one month or in default one
month's imprisonment for driving
a car without holding a proper
D Tweedside Road on
October 22, and 2 10s. in 2 months
'ii- one month's imprisonment for
driving the car atom: I
load ni th undue oare.
Gate Widened
M ol the Fire Brigade;
station is being widened and the
garage is being enlarged.
'
because of the larger type of
.(quired by the
iifade.

in response to any fire alarm, the
id to be driven
to be finish.
Will customers please note
Owinj" 1n ihe am i tourilt ship, this
store will be open I ||] day
a SMiim.w .iiii. .i.v.m vnv
inn ill i>c oloMd tor Ihe weakly hull holldaj al
12 NOON . Till ICII w -oil, JANUAKY
CAVE SHEPHERD & co. ltd.
12 & 13. BROAD STREET
HOLmiYiM L\ r. aV.>
llrliM-rii-v can be imaged in I In- l.K. fur mi., of thrse popular
VAUXHALL CARS
WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. ---- VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy.
Full details prill he llattl) given on liraH to - -
HOItl 1.1 I IIO>l LTD.
Whilepark, (. Ill It 11 s\ (,.VKA(iK) Dial 4616



TITE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TTEfiDVY. JANTABY M, i|j,
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
eeroer
- I |AM "Fi I. '*
<"tXX TD
^iCEKTQATE ON
[ MM . 101 *.. .*
1 CWT
I MCP ^".
iMXTQE MA.
THAT" Pv
1 LANiTCCNCFV



GDDD NEWS!!
FRESH STOCKS OF
Stop Pyorrifei
In 24 Hoi,;
r-nrt. Mouth or Mi HI***2
->n. or Vaf.r wiH nak. rowtUS
ji >n may ... Hh^tmaiuZ ..T* k
n>uUr. Stop ilM* yMl Taw"1"*
'' ass
,. .'hi. "i-aa, |
... _--------ry A ma. a*, m,
um* in 14 hoar*. -
___moat ..
_. >our t-lh
tf Bftipiy
r-ow..^^
TO HAND
BE SURE AND ASK FOR
RED ROSE TEA!
IT IS GOOD TEA
.....w^-s*SSl
Amosan ;.;
Iwr Py.rrk.aTru,k it*,
Happy Relief
From Backache
WHY PUT UP with mZ
diKomfort from tw^T
rhcurn-uc pains. '"Tltiigi "j
clvng muides and minors
Common urinary djiotflui ia*.
higai'h kidney actioa -A*,?
Miiim get bappy rrtkt
Many thousands of
Kp'-e bleat the '
m'% Hackacbc ____ .._
T well known dfanfc 2
onrurv amueptk belpt i^m-
bdnevi to cam out that AaS
of niding the blood of acatiafc
acid and other impuriti*. aaaaid
CD health. Grateful people, earn
where, recommend Doao'iPfca
their friends and aWighbcan.
ZT,., DOANIr
YOU HAVE NEEDS... Britain is making
the goods to meet them
designing for your needs U call
n Britain's resources and skill. She
ludied your reujuiremenis, and haswdco
>ur buyers in greater numbers E
vhibiting at ft..- HriiKh Lh U kt i -iir
.100 inandtueiuuMs ml] reve
.ducts, and from ev*T)
.000 bu\crs wW I
ite lekcttoni
inking new goods fa I
.scd Britain's pn
lurn these expoiu ci ibte I..
uam is the wot Id's BUT.
ooaands of k,-,
known *,,_._.
yuhckM
Tha M|Mm mam.,
mnrmiiiniMiaaw
rttarala oaataet.awrwa'tanjw
. ma xmndtil.
HaliboraJ
THE NICEST */.'
HAL'HU! :.
rrade Buyers 1 insure yotif acconv
tion no aVfrofa'i
.
A: /' ai .....I ni I
Exhibits a-.

Jf For /.'.
-A"
\aY Hartfw i
3RITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR
LOMXW MAY 8-19 BlRMisrmwi
l\FOR \i I ll' A aim
"' ll ft* i .....i .; (
Butter Shortage? (C
Wf CAN SUPPtv I
PEANUT MJTIBII
72^ per bttttr
?
Stuart & Sanpsoi |
no.
J tlgki.tirr. W ** H
JUST RECEIVE
1-H, l,ns PEARL BABIBJ
1 IT, lins OATMEAL
Law CREAM OF WHWl
Small CREAM Or WKBll
Large QL'AKER OATS !
China wart
I nrj,- ROBIN HOOD0fll
.vilh OI TumW
1-m tin TONO
Tins NESTLE* CR**"
Tins FRUIT
Ptarn. Pinftppte. **|
l*iTles.
INCE & Co., Uij
OlAl 22M- tOW**"!
NEW RELIEF-FOR
ARTHRITIC PAINS
But new treatment does more than
ease these terrible agonies.
A mr* product. DOL.CIN, bu baan crMtvl whieb not only |I prompt relief from the mim do* u. i)i ymptoma of art^ritia and
rb.um.li. but alao aftWu lh. oMUbouc dtocmm
whicb ccnatituta
DOLCIN
iDMUian, out aau .-u in. uw.- procwaa whicb cc
"H '"P""*t f*" ol ,h rtua>allc !.! background
IX)LClri ba. W. tborou IN i.b--u-d ^u. .,,h ..cwWnudaucc. D-----
la btlM praatnla by doctor, nnw. And away .uff.rer. hav. .Ir..dy
raaunwxl rtonnal liyina aa a n-wlt of taking DOLCIN. a
dalay. IVofit by lh. .nrin.- of fallow.victim* ot ibaaa
^auna. ti.t in il' IN today. A hotila of 100 praumu tahlaca ooaW
On s/. mi noohrits
.........s.-sss.-s.-ss.'/'tvsS'"''* -
-XOTICE- I
Din' 10 the arrival ol a louriM ship on SI"",J
Hi. Wa, ,,r ttort 2 Broad Strn-l
riowd on THURSDAY the 28lh in^
Alt RDAY fur (his Hrk only.
COLLINS LIMITED.
28. Broad Street.
.-.-.*ovwowi>aai
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
[CLASSIFIED ADS. / |,|:"WXAL vmnmnaan \othfs.
PAGE SEVEN
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rwnu. dra* ,na and dining nxina. gentry
out office. G.W. D.al SeSO* "^
_________________ 1 303n
FUAT "Oc,, 9pray.._ bo,,,^ Qh
h Modern utuated on ihf m (SO *
*r month Dial 337t from Monday
^__________ a isotn
DIED
Friends
s^-"',|n| *"" ,h""~
i. 1UI" Trot, lg*"S
" wanna." '""V,1""" '
^aSb WXASI COPY___
FLATS fully rw____
i.lor nm unct) at In ihd with H.ln,-
' aa\ Womiini.
H.l .Ifjv
hol myself ismponalble fo, her w ,.
c-ne cla* conttaa-ting any debt or debt.
SfnW JOSUm VAUCHAN
Tkltts.
Jjmn
MAITDC AOARD -nee" D^^m .. I
* .W* myself rnponafbi* for tier or
unyon* ,ie con lifting, any 3 irs.1"*" - -*-,
Sighed J080K ACAKD
M>n|Wf.
St. Philip
PUBLH SALES =3
AUCTION
CARFord Prefect ID h p Ford Car
t ... itL ltorr*)' c- -* <"
rriaay 3Tth at 3 p.m. FORD PHMirT
"Mi"- S*5 "*"-' ^^iSr"
ma Ul. H ARCHES MC KtN-
zu- H 1 U. .v.
IN MEMORIAM
"TttM life < lWh J-HJ
true to ihe pnd ' your
-Tog mi.e. vow " '<*
IT VMMt pUC*.
o dtv tnoiri your %m* l o -in hwxk can do no more.
rflMnu k\ you lid vour <-i;
1 TAUnlf"y rnt U *i*tfl
--"> ,hu**ii cari-
IMl P11"" cnlldrwii.
DAD PAItHS PLtAftE COPY'.
Th* public mi^ hotvoy wanted acaiivii
in!cr*dil 10 my if* DOltlS HB*T
"** *r*,n*w' I do no* hold mvaeK
for her or *,* ^J!
cMMa In my nj'ma
....... -rder mnnl In- rru>
Signed PRrNCX ALB1KT llTST.
M n .- .
34 1 SO- tn
W ACTED
iory
Of
u
, FUr -I'd Uix>Hnr L1VIHG-
1 wdtvHD who fl aataap otv
kJtwn l*W-
r hava port urx* inrl bimI day
_ wt tovl < .-.'H> w*y
u> twn al tha momonl "hod.
nl of lh Hanii that are lorn
uon thai -r ihad alWr yoar.
a frlaia ina( are allantiy born*
i idmutfiltri Aldolphua, lllllon
l> Uanr. Dcllepiaue u;id Amiin-
.j td O/JiSF. El. '
_ j1 on January S)rd IM*.
| ad Branlnc ar
mm rlaar call 'or mo
I sum Thin* iha glory
k roEomad aoul
M on 1*11 lAa aiorf
I flat made u* whole.
t FAMILY
.i.a-
pM
oi
BMf
iHACKBrr. who died
. -too home to ;
H dau|hirii mimi piiii aui :. Clyde md Ketw
M.l K>In
FOII MALE
vrolM Car. New Tyroa
liable for hire. Apply
hDamcki. St. Jamaa.
MT*o iD Momi S h.p oui
MaW. One ill Vauxhail 1M1.
r Gaitfr, Si. Mailltlaa Cap
II 1.30On
Otrrowt iiwb u nod oodmUUob,
apply t Wiini. uidbui>
22.1.503n
. I CYCLE Two Corm Ujht-
ifeUiAC Moior C> Mr.. Thea.
I abop toiled -ihI ar* ihvre-
J oflarad ..t vei)
JWral rsundty Lid brood Si
ll.l.MJn.
Mb>ul lloraa, iullfbl* lor
p ndlni Apply u> Ifc. Janiifr
------i Ca. K-u Koabwck l
Hetculaa SUvet KIok, or
"*, > umi and in buck
I C., Lid. Dial M.'6
la.II 1.1!.
NtOUS
Nw rbirbaitka Plalfom
.. Apply Manager.
Ud
H 1
[ nanian n.r.huahii
- E'eity Aulbinallc Spul-
J* low prtce of Ilia .mI..
"Ilun * Co. Ud. Dial a.
>MJ0.-Jn.
I^Cowplelr lane >Ue Lamp.
a flowered Chimmy. Only
. huirhiriHin ft Co.. Ltd.
t;7*" - i H.r
' ** !U- Hortuck St.
0d Praaauro Lan-
Wff Poww. m.&t nrn, for
|F*'- A. Ba.n ft Co. Ltd
Ml !-
' -2SH* "- ln*UI rire-
,n
J** *"Ubl for ornca o>
>uur rnorUi r"iTi
**** "1.. Sun. t f n
* and Car Tj-r 790
m ; ",.s- l. 800 M
aM"ir_aHErr"-. n.. b>, h
Ft"*-,. ap AuUl,,
LlV1- Phont mm
111-1.1
" 1 .9*lk>
rfi^11 PYJAMAS Th.
n 1 .9*-lsn
wanted"
?
Old
"fcSS ROOM
bG.
\l IIO\ SALE
Fl'KNlTIRE ft inn -1 ii-.i
irrECTra
IAZILWOOD HOl'HE
iil-HMi COIB.T HILL
SATURDAY nth at 11.19 p.m.
WE .o-p lnatructad by Mil 1.
M BAKhKA and othon to -el
l>y Auction the following valuable
rurnlluie and effecta :
Couchra. (XcaUonal Tables.
nmirii; (liiui Sideboard. lUxik-
WuhaUnda, Cheat of Drmwera.
Kidnoy Table. Wardrobao (alt
Mahogany) 1-piece Morns Suite.
Dining Table* ton* ovali, 6 Din-
ing Chain. SldMboau-d. China
Cibiiurt. large Oenfa Pre... Writ-
ing D*ak. Mveral Tubloa and Neat
of Tabke. Tea Trolley ..
wood of modern deugn 1 Modem
Dnnaiiuf Table uiid Stool, sevcnii
Il...ible and Single Bed* tStmmont
Spnrjfai. Mattrraaes, Gallery Pur-
LtturO, eAeral Deal Preaaee (Oil
it"'. Deal Table.. pumted
Child IVeaa. 2 painted COU >on*
larKoi. patinird 1'laypam. 2 High
Chair* Singer Sowing Machine.
5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven.
2 'ono-bumen Stove*. PriKldaire.
Electric Iron. Go-Cart. lane
(lujuitlly QUaawgre. Stiver. China.
Kuchdh Ware. OnuunenU TolJ-
ing Steps. TrutvAs. SUitra.e..
Tool.. Toya, Ladder*. Booka and
numy other inter eating item.
FRIDAY 27 JANUARY and
MORNING Of* THE SALL SAT
URDAY 2STH JAN
CASH ON I \1 1 mi 11 vmmi 1:
AIX'TIONKERS
IHVONI- 111 VBM.S
HELP
CIJMK -ImmedUtely Junior Clerk fo;
omce SaUry M0 00 to F!S 00. Drpmil
ing on Quallnoatlotia and vKpeiierc-,-
5uceeaful applicant tnml aaaume duae.
y."r*bn??ry Appl>' '" P*>n with
~ ippllcgllon to the Secretirv
Bay Street.
21 l 303-1
Eckstein Broa.
HOUSEKIJTFJt loiiiirt-t,,,! Lagh
howfceeper for Guew Houae ftcpori.
em.-M in preparing Salada. making nni-
ry. Pwtding. etc eential. Apply Box.
m. i_/0 Advocate Advcrtlatng Dept.
,___________ mi soan
NURSE MAID-Wanted bv Ehgll.h
family for baby girl, age .vine inonin*
Muat have referencca nnd b willing
to live in Apply Box 33 Co A0it>,m..
AOvt. Deparur^ni 21.1.50In
. ^"D nOY-AW. 10 ride Btoyek
Apply; Manager. Sea View Guerl House
___ 3* 1.S0-3H
REAL ESTATE
"THE BANYANS- Wllh the Uitd
thereto, containing a Acre* 2 Rood., .ill
Porchea. alluate at Upper Bay Str-et.
M. Michael Ideally lulUble for ie-
vrlopment as a Building Estate.
Inspection any day except Sunday.
hetween tha hour* of 0.30 a.m. and 11..i0
a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Qittena on -he
premlaea. Dial 3771.
The above property will be set up for
Sale al our Office No. 17 High Slree..
rgetown. un Friday 3rd dey d
February 10S0. at 1 p.m.
For further particular, and Condition.
f Sale, apply to the undersigned:
COTTLX. CATFORD ft CO.,
20.1.50--lln
Hill SALE OR RENT Farley Hill.
St. Peter Old PlanUtlon houae with
large ballroom. Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooBa* etc. Ideal for convert-
ing to reatdanllal club. For detain.
Apple to Bradebaw ft Contpany.
.1.M.-U.n.
shop-One (li Double-rooled board
and Shingled attup, sllualrd ul Station
Hill. SI. Michael. In good condition
Apply to Tha Manager, Pitcher Conne.
V Co. Lid. 20. SI. U Roebuck St.
21 ISO3n
SI
private
ENGAGEMENTS made .
Oping and Shorthand, afternoon* 4
Saturday. I p.m. Mlaa P H. jWri
Aviernore. Brittona Crou Road. I-hone
2083 between 9 30 am. and 3 M p.m.
______ M.l 50-n
INCOME TAX NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income? Tax nturni are re-
quired from every niarried man whose income is JI200.00 per annum
or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, person, enfaaed in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has .ccrucd
during the past year or not.
Forms eft Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Dcoart-
-IT J!2? THE 1ST AY F JANUARY, 1M. -nd meTms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the foUowln.
respective dates :
1. Returns of persona whose books were closed on the 31st
m00t DeCember> 1849, ^ OT bel0 " 31 day of March.
2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June. 1050
mTmo "" 0lh*r PerWWS' n r be'0re th* 3I" ' Jan_
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties
NOTE | Any person faillnr to make his return within the due
date will be liable to a Hae not enceedlnc tlOO and
not le-s than 2 and will be prosecuted unit*. ,.
facierr reason is given.
10.].50.-ln.
WATERWORKS DEl'ART.MENT
Owing to interruptions in the electric power suaply it is becom-
Z,?CnTn*ly lUmCU,t ,0 maintain ,h* dotic wTtcr iupiy wh^h
partly relies on thu power for pumpmg. WSuPP'>. *""
uv otwater^ndT h"rCby reqUMtcd IO exercl ^me care in the
r,e8!sCap.ap^;:,rPOrl mm^^ * ^ h basins, lava-
rvUforeth^S C-P<'ralion is ivn immediateb-, it will be neces-
:;.?i0:_:!le_OVCrnmen, lo -^ wflter restrictions until the etec-
22.1.502n.
trie supply position has improved.
W?^** MIDDLE AOED
WOMAN to live with, cook and care f,
oW>y Apply P A. Lynal
.Mreet. 3A $0 _.._
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
T),r
lallei
of C N WEBCC9 of
-ruimg. t-h ch for pernaaHon lo
^eil Sptnt. Malt Llqtinra. |
V; '" ioon ol Weakca Cantean.
Middle Str.-.
Datad 'hi, 13rd day of January ia
To H a TALMA.. Eaq
Phl.ce M.igiau-ale Dl.t "A"
SUPied C. N. WECKEff,
.. _. Applicant
./* B-Thia appllcallon will be const-
':;' i
a. Police Court, District A*, ui Thur*-
0v "J* 2r"' <*y ol Fobruao-. ISM. at II
H.
A"
LUCKY DAY !
VERY LUCKY DAY!!
on which you
insjl GAS for cooking
lUve you *n the .iltractlve
Enamel Hot Plate* at your Ga.
The Dominic. HandrrafLs
Co. ulll remain open on . .
SATURDAY, JANUARY
28TH but will he cloned on
THURSDAY. JANUARY
26TII. Thi* it intended to
patronise the tourists visit-
ing this colon).
RESIDENT MANAGER. SEAWELL AIRPORT. BARBADOS
s5'^:-ir:'Resiam A'-"M
Duilrs will include:
Adminlslralion of Airport and start and supervision of
airport sen-ices. e.j. Air Traffic Control, crash and fire
equipment, radio services, airport hygiene, etc
Candidales should have a good general administrative
background and experience in any of the following
would-be advantageous:
Flying as aircrew;
Aircraft and/or aerodrome control by day and night p'*c'
both R/T and Visual;
Airport Administration;
Organisation of crash and lire fighting personnel and
equipment;
Radio; etc.
Candidates should also mention any other aeronauUcaJ
qualifications. *-*.".
-nd LTT* appoln,mem wm be on a temporary basis in the first place
and may be term.nated by one months notice on ether side
CMrl 1AM>lic-ttoni- 8la,ln qualifications, should be sent to the
Colonial Secretary, Barbados, before the 15th February. 1950.
24.1.50.2n.
Vestry Seek Help
t*~ !* s
whose house was falling down
over her head. He wanted to ask
the parish's representatives. Mr.
L Smith, M.C.P.. and Mr. G. H
Adams, M.C.P.. to see if some-
thing could not be done to assist
the unfortunate people.
Five Months Since Storm
"It is five months since the
storm, and I think that it is time
that something should be done",
said Mr. Cox.
Mr. L. E. Smith next said that
the matter was in the hands of the
churchwarden. He said that he
had approached the Churchwar-
den to find out the necessarv
amount that would be needed to
complete repairs to these houses.
and he was informed by the
Churchwarden that he should
sit a short while.
Mr. Carter said that he had told
Mr. Smith to wait because some
of the money could repair and
more than repair- the houses that
it was estimated f*>r.
Me drew an instance to the at-
tention of the Vestry where he
ssid the houses of Mary Hutson
of Spa Hill and Clyde Inniss of
Dark Hole were repaired and with
money left over from these two
houses he repaired another house
which belonged lo Violet Jordan
also of Dark Hole.
Mr. Colin Williams, said that he
did not know if the St. Joseph
Vestry would get any more from
Government because Government
knew that the whole thing was s
racket.
By this he meant that in some
cases where peoples houses were
damaged before the storm the
same people were claiming that
their houses were damaged by the
storm.
( It.ii:.. of The Job
Mi Smith then said that the
Churchwarden was in charge ol
the job. If he (Mr. Smith) was
to get more money from Govern-
ment, he would have to tell them
how many more houses needed
repairing and what was the cost.
He said that in his OSstelOO ihc
Churchwarden was going about
it the right way. First he would
have to fix what houses he could
before he could say how many
others needed repairing and the
amount it would take. He accused
Mr, Cox of placing himself in
front uf the Churchwarden.
Mr. Cox said that in the first
the Churchwarden had
aVSSSSR II
tona neL
In Carlisle Bay
IN PORT : Schooner Molly N Jonea. Donadale. from Tnnktad
R.-n Manuata. Set. Betquee*. Sen Mary Jaaon Jonas ft Co Ltd
' sT^ iltf-.'WJi '^ *"' ^ -Vhoir^Oardanl. W. ,.
str, ^ReaS ^h Jtt^ "Si* *oIto- Sfff "'*'" "* st Vincent: Agent.
H-?,,,,i?! ?^. ,J^U^.S^.M*r*a ***<' Owner.' Aaaoctetton.
W^*B*fal ni^r^T w*JJ ^rV_>u,r ^l',oon*r Ad.hr* SO ton. net. Capt
uiTaaJ. .n^lcl. FWmminsj. from St Luna Aaent.
"Zi** "i"1" ss >**'** SUbt. Schooner Owner*:' Aaareiauon. """"
Schooler Kmaralda. 51 tona net. Cans, llA^tieVJUIIItonlnSrl Caa. V.a
^'^:.!rW.ZrTtd*d- *-""= =**" D~". <" Funchal A^entlf's, P
Muaaon. Son ft Co.. Lid. Arriving by
owner*' Aaaortation.
M.V. Athel Ruby. 313 ton. net. Capt.
IM-,
-.**
rom Dover-M L. Berry, E Hudson "o**". Arthur U
A. La>ne. C I- Seal>-. R Sealy. E A* Clliabeth Mereier
lX>nedan. Mark Mercler.
*W*> Mtt4 ...
. . 1/MMUiS/
SIKtIAUSTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY
DIXON & BLADON
REAL ESTATE AGENTS Uini.Mii-
Phone I.m PrsnUlioi
rvi'#'.*/**'*->'*-*'.V,','*-,',',V,',V,
NOTICE
COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern
Cungulow. four bedroom., two i>.i;j--.
electilrlty. water, on tha sea. own private
bathing beach. I1, acre* of land Vege-
table Gardei .
M Garden, St. James. Knq
i.vld St. Peter. Phone 91-50
premiK. Garden, St. James
M.I
Due to the arrival ol a tourt.'.-
ahlp on Saturday 2Sth our .tore
. ,,. lrm UMtMeVnla "!| " "~" ">"-.
Jamaa. Enquiry Sand>-|d nUl '""ad of Saturday for thia
at tnc1
THE WOLD," alh Avenue. Marine
Oaidena, with about 10.000 square feet
of land will be offered for sale at the
ifRes of the undersigned on Thursday,
the 2nd day of February, 1H0 al 3 p m
Thia freehold da-elllnghousa contain,
gallery, 2 public room-, kitchen and
panlry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
bath etc. on Ant floor.
Electric, ga* and water service!.
The house has recently been renovated
.nd decorated and la In excellent condi-
tion.
Inspection by appointment with Mr.
H. S. Bynoe. Dial B310.
Further particulara and conditions of
ale apply to ...
COTT1-E. CATFORD A CO .
Solicitor-
S1.1JH>.lln.
LEDTON--On-Sea. well known an,
.ttractive Saaatde Raaort at Maawell
? or parUcular* apply V. De Una ft Co..
20. Broad Street, Phone 46**
n 1 40-on
I-A.\I> Three ill rood, of land it
Kill. Village. Saint Jamaa on tha public
rc*d. opposite ~Aivaro" Applj i" H
Nile., James Sbeet, or Phone 3113 oi
307S. M.1.S0In
fr ^alrContd
MISCELLANEOUS
EGGS lUlf-bred bronae Turkey
1.- each Phone 34S9. Mr* K Gr
num. SUalhclyde.
SICKLES Ca.ll* Turloo Sickle.. UH"
it 40 cent. each. Buy your requirement.
h>, Ihey are avallabU al G. W. HuUh
neon Co.. Ltd. Du.1 4122 11.1.50 3n
GARDEN SHEARS- - Garden Shear.
it S3 01 each. Limited quantity r,
luiehlnson ft Co.. Ltd. Dial 4Xtt
II I 50 3n.
CJ1ADIOL1 hU1J>bV IS different coloun
aa, 1 Grade, )uat arrived from llouand.
vpely J W. Barrow. Teaephone No*
MW4- SIM 34 I *n
Oom flake*, ahredded
*hea*. PuBed Wheat. Oarwvbn, AU Bran
liifleU. Cream of Wheat, alao Barlea and
'-Iflakes. W M Ford DUi SSSf. J
aebuck Street M 1 SO- In
rOrMaSD UBAVI
Comae! Beef with cereal. Lamb Tanauea.
Staak and Kidney Pudding and Mutto i
and Pa-.. W K. Pard, Roebuck
Siieat. Dial 34S. I SO- Jn
HAMB In Una cooked a lb to lb. M
ll IS par lb and Small Tina at S3 VI aacn
.:*.. Baceri .Deed or whole alaba W M
lord. M Hoebuck Street. Dial 34*
34 1 so- m
ajafe agj .
H It KOWAKDS LM,.
8 Broad Street
N.I ao-:n
COUGH
LOZENGES
for coughs,colds & sore throats
.-.-..-.-.'.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.-.v.-,-.-.-.-.-..
'GOD'S WAY OF ;;
SALVATION
MADE PLAIN"
Free Book from S. Roberts,
30, Central Avenue, Bengor,
N. Ireland.
jailiS"' ' > ll:
l. I.U..I., MAOAUKU ... ..
JOHN.ON H MAflONI.Hr
llStt^uSSF*"8" WOOD.MKM
n^gS^SSa A.',,TU,A,S'u^rTN
.ii... .oi tied la laaaeel Ik. raaie of IIOL.r PAINTING BBISBIS
Jaal Oaeaed b) JOHNSON'S HASDWABI .
I
Bm I'S for Ihe i..il.m ii,., ...
LETTER BALANCES; WIRE TRAYS: WIRE BASK-
ETS; CASH BOXESdifferent sizes
Also: SPRING BACK BINDERS; FOOLSCAP AND
LETTER SIZE
ROBERTS & CO.
HERE AGAIN!!
Your Favourite Drink
VISTOUT
yem HEALTH/
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IT DRINKINC \ U
' CONTAINING ..vWmWV! J
VITAMIN Bt
FOR SALE
,.i .TSf und"!p" HlgH Street. Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 150,
at 2 it m.
The Dwelling House called "CARLDIEM" and the land
thereto containing 10.770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast
of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church.
Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen llunte, "Brat-
ton, Maxwells Coast. Dial 8S57.
For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO,
11.1.90.ISn.
CAXDLJSV-*tiCM CUMIN > .nd *
ha lb M t*t w . w. M. rorl.
M DI>1 VM
Si I 10-
S^
Dsii@[ioii
THE VITAMIN STOUT
fm O.TAIMABLE FROM.'
ALL GOOD GROCERS
made an estimate of $4,200 for 4?
houses and Government did not
accept it They sent their own
inspector to make estimates. He
said that It was left to the repre-
sentatives of the psrish to go for-
ward and place the matter before
the Government. Mi. Smith and
Mr. Adams should go forward and
ask Government to send someone
lo the Parish to see the condition
of the houses.
At this stage the Churchwarden
ssid that in the nrst place Mr. Cox
was talking about money and now
he changed his argument to lhat
of .sending representative to see
I.UildillK.
Paaaeratiia leaving for Trlni-
>> nignt were John Frederick
ion. Isabel Garcia. St Ctair Mer-
i.ine Hollin.. Monica Hnllina. Vel-
~ RealBja, Melvm Koliina. Arthur
Bowen. John I;reave*. Alice Baptutte,
Allan Holder. MirUmTasSSOrV ^
R.M.S Lady Nelaon. 4.SS9 tona net.
front SL Lucia: Agenta :
' Co. Ltd.
ABJUVALK By BW.I.AL
From Trinidad : Beryl Armatrong,
lionald Arm.trong. Jacqueline Ale|,
Li neat \ .era. Klford Ilolden. Frank Kldd.
Henrv Mendrvck.. Mildred IggE, Basil
Oooding. Stewart Nock. l Sweeaay
Khaabeth Rapaey. oiga Union. Angel
Ihiart*. David p,lrT>( >(. Ereolani,
* irtor Ercolam. Aurella Friedman
t.eorge Harris. Rene Vandenbranden.
arrnen \ aniten llranden. CaasBgaj Van
enoramien it Margartte Vandenbraq-
""n; Patricia Bourne. William Vntlle.
\ndrew luille. Grace Ymlle, Ann Mace
rorte. Marcu. Shadach. Mama Shadach.
Joan Chlmm.ng. Richard Budd. Charles
Jiayward. Charlca Ablett. Mark Green-
From la O^Sjn w.Uiam Krum.
WUHam M k
A Krum. Ilann Pinka.. Maria de Pinka*.
Plnka.. Inrieh lane*. Marianne
Hllbati r llrt.ley.
From Antigua Lilla Hill. Frank aSSB-
aan. Ida Maason
, Front St. Kitu -Mr.. May Lakaml-
rhand. Master Kumar l-ak a midland, Mr*.
Erine Froat.
Intranall to Trinidad :Mr. 8. Sebas-
tian. Mr. E. DeUale, Mr, A. Davis.
IIKFASTlRgH By B.SJAL
For Trinidad Mr. Jamaa Douglas.
Mra. Josephine Douglai. Misa Jane Doum-
laa. Mra. Ernestine Young. Mua Yvonne
Yaasgaj, Miss I Milan Sealy, Mr. Robert
SS' **' Ch*llr' M'Cnearney, Mr*
Earner McEneemey. Mi.. Ursula Solo-
inon. Mr Woodlry Anthony, Mr. Doro-
thy Pollard. Master Richard Pollard, Mr
John Thome.. Mr. Nairn Sabga, Mrt
KtfUh. llov.ll, Mlaa Jean Bovell, Mr
Mayer Matalon. M. Haven Walton. Mr.
iharie. Hinder Mr. Charlotte Bltuter,
Mr. John McGregor. Mr E. Springer
MMa Jean Stone. Mr. Reuben Griffith.
Mr Julian Hyn.-e. Mr. Harry Cadu Mr,
In Silma Moore.
For Grenada -Prof Cyril Beasiey,
Mr. Jame* Uabb. Mra. Joyce Babb, MU>
Ingrid Babb. Mr Lisle Webster. Mr.
Phylli. Webster. Master Anthony Web-
iter Wayne Web.ter. Mr. Mllll-
Sew rl'h>' ",'"'y Tu,k"' M' K"rl
L*Ot Jamaica .

band. Mn
I .an*.. Robert,
Kleanor Brt.ley. Ralph Kmch. Inaeborg DcVeaux, Mr John LYwU
id. Hedda Ouemada. Mary M _.For_ Antigua Mr Bertram
r. John Sulton.
Mlaa Margaret Mar-
Joan Deveauk, Master David
*-..... ~ H^*ssTw&ru,.Tsss'm2SS!
From 1. UkU :-AMhon> L.wb, gmi F~ L. Oualn -Mr* T.Hhu ll.dV.
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
,-.?""* *"* "a* " Ml ih.iau, Main. Thallenu, riii.i..n aioo.
i::rirr; sssnz ssue ssr-i'ts-&&&& B
bgmbta Star. Lady Nelaon. I*qv Auraculg. H/8 Amaflgo rtrjutlieruTTiim
- Inrp,et.r7 NornTaT' S^
Scaavia. Jutahy. Arnpc Callfonu.
aagektE.
Kodney. Ewo Amsterdam.
Ero*. tVrtsca, M v
the mmiition of the houses. He
then asked Mr. Cox to explain lo
the representatives of the parish
LM wanted money or
representative uf Government to
inspect the houses.
After further discussion Mr.
Cox moved that a resolution be
sent to Mr. Adams .md Mr. Smith
Burial (.round
The question of a Burial
Ground for the Parish next arose.
The ChUaTaWoaTdes. said that he
was informed by the Hector that
the St. Joseph burial ground had
been closed. Ha said that the
iiJered %?A VesYry "a'ploTo,
Si-xiSIr B-*y aSBe-r is
^le And nS.nJ^ttr-'.JTVr bc,n PP" by ">e Solicitors,
4UBI*. spd asking them to take Moa*r vnru.w , n 1Z3
Hie matter up with Government
so that a further inspection nnd
itimate should be made. The
motion was
vision.
arried by a 54 di-
Messrs. Yearwood Ac Boyce, and
Lbs) appiiiiscment nothing
has been done. He said that it
was appraised at $830.
On Page g
SHIPPING NOTICES
IT IS GOOD VALUE!!
SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
In While, (laid, I'lak and Blue al S1.J5 per >d.
SPUN. RAYON in While, Gold, Oreen Brown al 9Se. per yd.
SPUN UNEN In White. Orer. (.old & Rose at 1.2I per yd
Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof
OIILSS SHOP
The Schooner "Belqueen" will
accept Cargo and Paaaengers for
St. Vincent. Sailing Monday 13rd
January
The Schooner 'imdeavour W"
uiii acrept Cargo and Paaaannart
IdM. Sailiiia Monday 31rd
....111.,. I
The M V. Daerwood' will
aocepl Cargo and Passenger- for
St. lAarla. St. Virvcenl. Grenada.
and Ambe. Sailing f*turday Jl.t
January.
MONTREAL ATOTKAUA NtTf
ZEALAND UNI LOOTED
(>LA-Ni.) UNEI
U.B. "PORT PIRIE" Is scheduled to
.all from Sydney January lath
I Trinidad about February
MS.KAIPAK1 la scheduled to aall
.ni l\^t line January 1th. I
January 10th, Beauty Point January
13th. Melbourne January 3SUi, Srdiwi
February ath. arriving at Trinidad
about 10th March
Thssse vessels have ample "Pace for
Chilled. Hard Froaan and General Cargo
Cargo accepted on Throtigh Rilla of
-ding with tranahlpmeiit at Trinidad
tm llrllUh Guiana, llarbados. Wlnowar I
and leeward lBlanda.
For further particular* apply;
FUKMEH WITHY ft Co., LTD,
Agents Trinidad
DA COSTA Si Co. LTD.,
Agenti: Barbado*.
9m.
--------- CANADIAN soi ishui.su SIBVICt
Naaae af .big Bella
S S. "ALCOA PLANTER Ma 1Mb. January ll Barbadea
S.S. "ALCOA PATRIOT January J3i d Febniary 3rd.
Sailing every two weeks.
NEW ORLEANS HtRVItS
,..? ? ALCOA BOAMXH aaua frocn New Orleana 30th DecMnbae, arrives
ISth January.
S.S ALCOA ItUNNQft sail, from New Otleana 14th January, arriving
TWin t.iiii.rw
Apply: DA COSTA ft CO. LTD. "?'"dian Service
RUaMERT TUOH LTD. New York and Gulf Service
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CORPORATION LTD.
HOLIDAYING IN ENGLAND
AGAIN?
HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY IT IN
GREAT CONVENIENCE:
S We can have an AUSTIN delivered to you in Great
Britain at short notice for your stay in the United
Kingdom provided you bring the Car back to Barbados.
May we suggest you call on us and allow us to
explain the "Overseas Visitors' Delivery Scheme'' pro-
vided by the AUSTIN MOTOR CO.
Phone UH.
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY STREET DIAL t269


PAC.F EIGHT
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. MNtAfrfc.
Crlrfcrt
fMlluiH. nr;
S|HHMS
tekah
Vrbi;>c. ti1BiH
THE FOUR TALL SCORERS in the second cricket Trial match concluded at Kensington "?'
ThS.Tour toHec? to, I XI .hid, col Iccted 2 for wku Her. arc left to^rlght.I B
. G lload )nr 53 (not out) and A. M. Taylor 62
ThM lour batted lor
> 128 (retired, Normar Mar.hall I
B.C. Cricket Team1
Coming Earlier
Team Wants Practice
Australia
In Danger
Of Defeat
FIRST IN 40 YRS.
DURBAN, Jan. 23.
The British Guiana Cricket tram coming In Barbed for Australia, 255 runa behint
,hei Tournament in Frtru.rywtH arrive .bou, fou, fJey, *^"&*%,^ "3
earlier, than originally intended.
The object of thJ
the Gutanese cricketers an
opportunity to fet some bJl>
needed pradice. as torrential rain-.
washed out all of their trial lames.
team was selected, mostly
on past performance*
The Barbados Cricket Associa-1
,y received
from British Guiana, asking H
- -rliflr arrival coul
arranged. The local asso.
agreed
The Cables
:.g abnormal rainfa..
since December resulting
alaooat devoid practice are coil- <
akimnf flying fir
Februar>
pi in until sixth our .iccoui "
atop would like cabled confir-
mation your Ataocio*.
able and will arrani
Kansinftot. rapaat K
and accommodation arranged
ccordinly atop if neceasarj
you may split team for purpose
accommodating extra time Ho;
RepK quickly
[ART
The Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion replied as follows-
"Asjaod i
wiar.es Stoj.

splitting su-p practice Kssssitij
too d:.
Quean's Park after*.
tf desired ~
HOYOS

rsapofiairaa tor Intercolonial Fi*
turva the folia-ng was d<*
I Bgasj
"Due abt: :
Bnu-h Giuana Tex:
four days earlier *>'
pans* Stop Da*.
unaltered "
The BjC
originally csrJsd to arrive in
Barbados on February anc
fornmetkoe the ft:--
day matches on Thursday 8
SPORTS
EDITOR
Arswerc Questions
k Button and Ken
Bousfleld both come
Golf
Ion of York-
3. Drobny and Crernic.

.' Oxford UnrVi
a) Quciiinni appeared in
I Advo-
Cuban Team
For Carih
Olympics
Bv Mail .)
s r tufted to i
eajMisre to norm asart of the Cuban
MM to compete in tne 4.000
sssssrs cycling competitions In the
assess* VI CerAral America and
Canboean Olympic Games to >?
held tn Guatemala Six claadiVd
for the 200 and I 000 meters
races
The first three best m
4,000 meters e.iminauois ana
their time were Relnaldo Paseirv,
six minutes 3 1 10 seconds.. Luis
Drlgado. 6 minutes 3 !<> second-
Col.
SSTtotht 200 and 1.000 filehehn w-jjre-er^to "S&F^S^q^'V
dashes. The first three, with a Ha ___________-----------.--------------------.
for thud, were a* follow*. Le-- Despite the cnes (o. -
poldo Posada: 200 meters. 1 i inany players who have given
seconds and 1.000 meters, l minut England great service in ihe pa
52 2-10 seconds Resr.aldo Pa*eu<-< ., ,, un;,it.,|y that fdotbeJ
200 meters. 15 1 llTseconds, 1.00 j ,hinv vears of age will make the
metra-s. I minute 52 8 10 seconds lf|p ^Brazil
WESTimi*
AIR TRAVEL
Reservation! on all Air iinei
at No Extra Cost
Leave BARBADOS by...
Three member, of the Mo team > ">r M.ru*^ re.urned
and Leopold, Pea la. minute. a_j Carac> B Crub. Cup'neM by Col.
iJSL S^SSJSSt S2+ Polo Club .,_. souvenir
Polo Team
Returns
From Caracas
Leonardo Rodriguez. 200 meter-.
pconds, 1,000
minute* 10 9 10 'aecondi Uil i
Deljado. 200 meters. 15 5 1
seconds. 1.000 meters. 1 minut-,
55 8. 10 seconds.
The Cuban Olympic '
will choose Cuba's Warn on the
basis of time made in 'be*'
eliminations and on su
tens which are to bet*in soon

IM British selectors haft deel-.:-
,.d \o ccncer.lrate on youth in vie*
>'. the rigid opposition to be me:
- N
and make your comection
TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA
For Particula\ra oa
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
SpMasng n
10 rr PrOfTt
Tiilid Twt here, are in danger o:
their first defeat by South Afric
for 40 years
The match ends to-morrow
The Springbok's only victoi>
against Australia was in 191C
11. Australia has not beor
beaten in a Test since losing at
England at the Oval in 193R
On a scarred pitch showing
iiwreaine signs of wear. South
Africa, who led by 236 on Uw
f.rst innings were spun out for
99 to-day by Ian Johnson anc
Bill Johnston after being 74 foi
,two at lunch. At the close Aus-
tralia had lost 3 second inning;
tor 80
Rain is predicted for to-nigln
Uld adr1 to Australia's
troubles.
Set to get 33fi runs
aam n and quarter hour*, the
Australians made a patient start.
Sorlguj only 13 runs in the 42
minutes play before tea
Mc Carthy made several deliv-
eries rise chest high, while Hugh
Tayfield whipped offreaks sharp-
ly acroaa the pitch, to which the
heavy roller had been appllM
between lnnina>.
With one run added to the ten
:.,vtield diasnisaed Jac;
Vutman Mann took
Keith Miller's wicket at 33 ana
.ndsay Hassett went at 59 All
ree Australians were out U.w
. Dudlev Nourse. South Afnca i
r^,2r I Captain, did not enforce the
: follow-on when play started to-
22 "Flying
Down To Rio"
IX)NDON. (By Mail)
Twcnty-twn IbeJIert
will board an airplane at London
Airport on Tuesday. Jur.o 20 and
go I .ving Down to Rio" for ther
chance in the World Cup tourna-
ment.
If they fail '
return to Britain on July I
since the leading countn-
almost certain to be seedc
ijnd -hould be seen in the
rounds.
The British boy* in
fldent and believe that the
Cup will be bruua-i.'.
in the safe handi oi1 their cap*
rTrlghi
in the hist. .
has so costly a trip been under-
taken, i* has been estimated that

come to a' 0U1
The Brazilian Football A
turn has agreed lo me
as^ooassj
STANDARD BRIDGE
ly M. Harrison-Cray
Dealtr: Nortb. Nortb-
Soulb game
iim
A K
k a
;:
w.
# Q mil
tv11
JJ Itt
1(12 ICill
mni
St 7 4
Kim
North bids Two Clubs and
South T*o Diamonds. then
North Two Hearts and Souia
Two Spades. North bids
Four Spades, a Jump bid
showing strong trump sup-
port and by inference Invft-
mf a slam. M a simple raise
to Three Spades could not
be passed. South's hand Is
better than U might be. s
he bids Five Spades and
North goes Six Spades.
West lead ?/ to East's
? A. The best return is a
trump. South', salrsl ulan )>
to set up the dummy. At
trlcK 3 ?R 1> cashed: then
tore* low Hearts are ruffed
br South, using duramvi
a>ie and ? K as entries.
Back to dumnr. with > A,
and 4>A and 4> J draw East's
trumps South must not
stt-mpT to casn both at a E
and 4f K tarty In the play. |
Vestry Seek Help
,.v apparently being influenced
'. A' Z. J* I br Ul weather forecast South
11 "^ Mrle. began cautiously and U>
" BuU'Uwo hours before lunch put 01
1 ir "
.. ir Jriit Bull
from pa*r :
Mr A. A. Gill. Vestry CieiK
informed the Vestry that he hm
seen the Solicitors. Mr. Boyce aaio
that he had sent in to the Colonial
Secretary's Office for a licence.
He then explained th..
Uances to Mr. Boyce who in turn
telephoned the Colonial Secre-
tary's Office. This Office replied
:
members of the Bar
Team wh-ch has r>e*>n tour-
araeas for the paaj

late last evening b> B.1
I rather tired and
.<.-emed to hav
Col. Michelin. Captain -
(old the 'Advo.
had played four matches.
he last one 7 goals to 2. Rain for
rat eight days threat)
the tour. how-?'.
ed.
He felt that they could hoi:*
the r own against the
zuelans, except for the Ir
player Clyne. WttO
Chile, and who pla
'.'"iizuelans on - I
Re is definitely a top
and way above the
ard of either the Barba-i
Venezuelan players.
As guests of the Caracas I
.ry Club they were very comfon- j
-nd they had enjoyed then ;
stay In Venezuela imn 1
mounts were excellent and |
facility was given thl
practising. The tour had
great experience for the Barba-
dos team and they had U
greet deal more about the gme
.;ng member-
Lea Deane and EU
along with Mrs. Michelin
lira. Dowding hoped to retun
"rinidad rvn Wednesday.
In their second match agains*.
, the Tacon Polo Club they were
I presented with a silver cup by
I the members of the Club as a
I souver.ir of an excellent game.
Hebe is a suitable one. j Tht. c-up wr,ich they WOO In
and therefore asks the Sao* : encounter against a
Membar for St. Joeepii u> pro- .iam compnged 0f a combination
all the Caracas Polo Clubs was
in Caracas being engraved
mmsti
"jT INDIAN Amn
LIMITED.
::ookir.< Otticm:
(Recistered in Trinidad)
Lower Broad Street Bridgetown : ferltf
PHONES 4.WS & 2789
inn
L*m4o+ SX*r _ 74 but in )usl over an hour after
the interval, Johnson and John-
rifjMK n exploiting the deterwratinK
tch to the full. cUuned the re-
maining eight wickets for the ad-
dition of only 23 runs
At one stage, seven wickets
fell for eight luns. Nourse de-
fended stubbornly, his 27 oc-
T--w am Th.1 P'tch to the

nd John-
u taaai Hi w-" a>

V m GfA-nll) apwfciftS 5 *
m '..-; ban " ti u<
an |> n rrop Um Thtrd Pi
- T" '-ti cupying M ".inute. Johtuon
took 5 wickets lor M
axio s~,rn. sil an, I on (or Jg _|euler
. ^ m tn. !*
BrlUlr. | __^_---------------
,. s a
" '"' arm il .
Prawn limit
Ever seen a prawn In Inches
long'
There are colonies of tliani
(Jumbo King prawns, tneyrc
called) off the New Sourh Wales
coast No one knows exactly
.he. i.ut Uu- Fisheriea Depart-
'.,, iriat to And ou."
If it can it will can.
. for the sale of the uw-
Uon of land for that purpose
The resolution was carried DJ
i HrMoD
A 1,-tter was read from the
. fare Officer and this
saying that the licence would was accompanied by rules for the
rome through as aoon as possible, play ng field.
The Chairman and Rector. Rev It was unanimously agreed to
Mallalieu. next said that the M Social Welfare Officer
g,a\^ard would haw to be en- telling her that the Vestry wanted
closed and consecrated before to known what was being done
anvone could be buried and h.- wilt regards the granting of tne
was anxious to see that it was money from Govarnmerit for tr,
proceeded with because ,t had Community Centre at Bathsheoa
become impossible to find any before he rules forwarded by nc,
mora spots in the old burial could be cons,
ground Members Present
Mr. Williams next moved thai Member! present were: Rev
a letter be written to the Colon,..' i. c Mallalieu. Chairman. Mi
Office asking them to handle the |i ,\ Carter. Churchwarder.
mater of the licence as soon ai >:- J. H. Haynes. Mr W It
Doaaible This was carried, but Coward. Mr A P' Cox Mr L
Mr Carter suggested that a burial Smith. MCP. Mr J I!
ground should be laid out before Hutson. Mr. C. A. Williams. Mr |
This would be brought back by
members of the team
still in Caracas.
Ml Gentlemen plea* *
a i //1 v /; wra
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coUar. aiuched. Nice de-
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The Weather
TonAW
Sun Ittaea. g.tf a.m.
Sui, Sru: 5.i pas.
Moon iFirst Quarter) Jan-
uary tf
lighting: g.M p m
ll,i.l, Water: lit ,, IJI
KOLLINC STOCK
They'll Do It Ev(
1 An son umr cawe how he
HELD UP TRAFFIC AS HE CRAWLED
ALONG IN HIS NEW JALOOP Six.
jimmy ..
,9uT ONCE HE'S OOT IT RcVO-
BCOkEN- WOW? HOtiXHONrC.BJEfy-
BOPy ELSE SET OUT OF THE W*y.'
m
\'j T Gooding and Mr J H
Branch.
Rough Seas Force
Fishers Into Port
OEOKGETOWN (By Matt).
nng vessels from Bar-
bados which supply the Trinidad
.. ith dees se.*
iH in at Port Georgetown due
The Vestry also discussed I rosrther
question of the proposed site foi The Undsyd 11 (Capt. Robert
the erection of the new Post OfrW Bainest and the Sunshine R.
and after a lengthy diecussim. ,c\ pt Frank Barnes), intercolo-
passed the following resolution r.\j. ilshmg vessels are now tied
Resolved thai thu Vestry is ot up at Georgetown, having hand-
rha opinion that the proposed sits ,d over their catch to Messrs.
or the new Post Office on the vViftini and Richter. Ltd
-inyone was buried
Hi Williams replied saving
hat he had approached the Dire,-
ors of Joe's River and that the>
ire prepared to accept the ap-
oraised figure He said that if tin
Vestry had proposed to accept thf
figure he. as Managing Director
..uld give them pen: .
'av out the land, but not to bury
inyone until the land was taken
rhis was agreed to
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