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MCI ttCMt I!\I:II.\IKIS UJV.K.UI. THURSDAY. JANUARY H, I SOCCIR 5CH001 Te>d-< ^ aw i eon• [it &MOND HACK 111 B an Hiiic lialf it in pi, Tatar* are J1MM, Dll KI* Miv -il I'orUmnuUi. jnrl Wll.l It 11 WIN i i Learn To Kirk Accurately With Both Ferf iB> JIVIM\ ln KBMMC) • I %  %  %  %  m<* ttiPt ... I M 1 rwnrd Looked %  letting. % %  UgMON \ | %  of foofbsdl i Bases %  "' %  some • I I I MON Na. 1 %  %  Itiflh All rtr! • .. ,h|e |a kirk r.l.K wtlh Ma '"'' %  practice. nol mal mg will) .. Ughl dl i sheltered spot) H dillleuJ lo a sudden ehan %  '( %  |i %  iiction TflAPIMNt. IllSts k i. dlwpptng dlrecU 1* checked with the BOle of *'> Imot. heel dOM t thi %  Kid undci neath llHIIIlllirll ••'III Ml III%  "• %  •%  *r.*iltler% wrii IMBIMtaMf iwilaee rut %  Tor •Me u> Is. The Ni.le bull coming In 0 %  the fide of the fon:. %  light!) %  %  > uon from which ihe i %  un v n I It If jrou Like lh< ball I you lu*OUl li: WONG lUN i raft QH IIUKINO pou'er. %  tupping to the mu lO-mlnute session of walking al running. Study the Throw-in B. UlLMt: w \tsii\ %  meet ambitious pLwi if..-.cam > MI mix rootbtll nfkd %  %  H-b-ck %  %  %  %  r A weUr o het rwd throw %  n£nal the |ru ward to go running • il %  %  Talk ovt • dl bocki %  %  %  the challenge IIN long gf %  P now Rim rorwai md her iirraiige t i '.St lOB*. him la who hapsd "the switch ol %  %  i foi .. .ki4 ten rr*l nk I. **the hell to youi Mincer or w centre ferward you will Itnd von; tig his own ROB'. I ..ml when your wing --Mini see the hair bach wtth ihv i*.n tnt] know the Can move into |-iMhon neglect to send that long % %  lo Ihe i.ii ningar This pssi %  UIJJBT uncovai ed and ha* the defence .>n on 'he a rang root, Tiv to Bnd owl bow youi an I wmg men Ilka to receive thr bal their favourite movi than. May 1 ii MI %  • %  ipoint* AJwayg Meku KronfHu Trj keep on pour feet fJUataj nf heading i Irate on perfecting the arrnraii' po*.t. —I.: s :iO.OOO 'III I S OX A lilKI Belleville Tennis Results I. ri \ lawj s lence Following arc the results of yeaagents '.erday'a play — mobile I ion a 1 Men's KwMn W. A Crichlow A H Allan beat H KobmsonA R. Hunted— 2.•— P. K Roach* V N. Roarh Iw^t C Patterson A R. Baneroft .1 Yacht Season Opens Saturday The 11 Yuchting Season oprn* • %  Saturday when the first rrai:n -II be willed off the Royal Bai' Club MM. D Wood A Mm. R BanStarting times -no handicap rroft beat M" G M.hon A Mrs *ill br as rollows:— C Sisnelt 4—. 6—4. 8— 2 VaaM awMai rvs. IWI Stagle. J 1) Tnmmingham bent 0, H ^ Manning %  —t. 1— Ladlea' Single. Vrtta* Mtu G. PilRrim beat Mrs S C te -. d~2 STFKN COMM\N'n BRISTOL. Eng. %  ,. bjnciuel ol molor-ca. Th's uacd an auU•%  aasaaaar •< % %  •• 14JlW.lH.MIII.leia 7 S ladles' Deablea By M. Hjrr.ico Cray llealri N-ih >•'" " i i* i R % &f I • Jit a> M < l V(Ulll • •• I U I • 1 I i TtwiialMir in %  — TO-DAVS HXTI'ltFS RIDING LI-I spotlessly clean Hotor y.ie. Kiss Teresa WalUcli amved iiomi In B.uli*hi. nnuida London, n %  ^r a JO.fMKi milrs trip through the United Btttei MI*K Wallach mak< travel almost .< profession. Her "Home" foi meet of Hi* time Is In p-iir of bulging ssddle bags. She arrived ut ft I rcb in J'Uy Ibtl \ lUa Just h.-i motor cycle and fifty doll IThe dollars lasted her throiiKti Ohloso lo Oklahoma where she ROI s jon si s garage—and re 'i^.insed the mechanics shop. She tkaa travelled en through Uie Or.i.d Canyon to LoAiiRele. where l i woman homo In the Oreenhoxn MonnWln 500-mlle tnsl. She travelled thiongti the Rockies. Utah. Colorado. Floi'ias, Washington and back to Chicago. She earned her keep at stops on the way. mostly In garages, sometlme> fruit picking or at a laciory bench. When there was nowhere to sleep she just unpacked her bag. pitched bet tent and slept in the open.—L'rprefi gtM rantne W' Cloud Uovra ai.li rj a w auaai *kip> EaflW InvMrr Mohawk Oban roiiv MIMbehJ. %  %  — %  W A vs. J s.snett l Mis King Men's Doubles CTK-hlov. A W. H Allan V McKinstry A C. U Mrn's similes llutson n A F Jemmolt Ladlea' Singles G. Pilgrim vs. Miss M laoi-; showed .' 'hi* nand <.-%* *le i main, against i ISM Enropeun %  m Honsliigs Norm bid nod into EMM One tarried bj U ua* raised to : nth toede* which i m %  <-.,:• %  > ... ft ?i R* ll Yen-* Basket Ball Films To Be Shown PREPARATION for Bal 0|Waln| Red -.f tne 1951 Hnsket Ball compoti. lion is under way. and cfforla ure being made to procure Urn* Yellow ,„ illustrate Uie tlnei points of the game This it Is hoped, will •mprove the standard of play imong clubs. The annual :nee1ing ft*** yf the A*-ociation u>kes place early next month, nnd nhready jppliCfiU' 'is for bMiliutioti are be Ing received by the Se— irtnry r.t venow (he Y.M.C.A. ; %  %  ranss sat Red la Yeln— been ftxetl RANGERS HOLD MEETINQ Coaching Scheme Helps Schoolboys To Play Belter Football M.C.C. Could Stand For Muddled C.C. %  late What a sorry epitaph to the always Ill-starred Australian venture. Now. with the' Ashes Australia's and the dust (of Sydnev) ours, the i M.C.C finally consent to ily Roy Tattersafl and Brian I Statham Mil to our snre-prcssrd side. TH£ 1051 football soon be opening and the Rangers Sport* Club start* off by holoing its Annual General Meeting at "Retreat." Pasaage Road on SunI day next. ... Hvn i -ne Dalian tarred wiui Tro irmrles o.ei Saw' One Hrari and made Dungs wnrsa wtUi a Bla-wood mur No 1 rumps over North* iBise to Three spader south saw tne red bgh' inn late when Norths resnoi.-e dwwad one ACT imlv and the final r-ontract ol Pne Spadkl eviiaaiv delreued Ea-i *<*> me ooening lead wJt^ • a^a "on'inued wlUiW *. end West %  I took Uie setting BARBADOS POLO (LIB Cl'P FINALS TORNADOES vIII %  KKll \M at Ciarrtaon Savannah 4.15 p.m SATURDAY. 24Hh JANY. Ry S. A. TOMI IN BOitor of The Athlete 'tendon). Reporting the IN IntemaUor on Pootfa : .' Wembley in Apr i. i5o. ih. isawsjsMsshi won mid in rlnii (mine Ol the quality Of i he plow One sports wriiei described it as' an outslandm. %  l skill rmaLtd VSn Inch stniulnrd That parlicul.ii however, no Isoljteil e*. ihore ha* undmihti^Hv beon, : improvement in the min!ii> of A.soei.itu football plnvrd In the • Britain Sir Sl.mlev ROUS, S. %  %  the Football AasociaUon, com %  iienlinK On this rising standard. gays "It reflects tremendous credit on the army of bRMhSfS who voluntiirilv organise and coach, W ardar to give the boj UM I i of playing Ajtaoclnt'on footluill and of I. lo | %  II well" H an upon UM IbeCI all Assad lUm flosi bin Scheme which hss given many nf UMOB leachen the opportunity and ihe qualification to that plas .' Uud The rootball rVasoelal years, but it was not until aftui Vosid wai II ihal ... paiision i" place A i. ime i Mal oai d %  scheme quick I) go| undtt ... N.i'.thi p t IS i aa %  og oopunittoi l its own laciwtarj and coaches But would perhapi be u woll appreciate wh) ai II is Britain's %  are are i %  boya who .ire nol %  baa to dsrtya i I a ball nound, twi occasions be homo>mado rroei %  BSTiuaemanl whk b I root hall. Fmiiball Played For (.;-lielM!l..|i.. ; %  Bl .' ^ raef %  brought up to : %  .. is NoWl I llr tain pro i tiful gun ply of tuitiii.'l i her rial !...-'. %  Bui whil oonti al Un the | ... began '' football ai'h a i appnMH pup Is an lbs 'I I Full Btl I I sun %  national Vugoals blston %  bsei i not to bt 11 ..'< rhc gaim rawn, %  i poratilj rslinqulaJ football and that 'it %  oral -, %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  in be dune tftth the preaent playi i %  rtd if .. new approach to Asaolauon fool % % %  vwtop* 'i . %  %  playsn | ..ii %  In %  e [| I,| iv.tiMi. in which the i>rgunis-.tiou "of the Football Association Coaching S. heme is mainly projeclcrl [t i to taach a more i nllghlenad Appraai i to tingam sn that the young player mal learn Ui take il more serionsh and bu id up his skill upt 'ions. The Honorary Conch Tha rnrjoran roach plays ihe moai important purl in this work %  nd the direct purpose ,,l "rhrrne is I-. ititerost, InStTUCl „ qualify more and more gajw. COSChOa, portlcularh men associated with s. i roUUl •iiKaninatlons Although ti„. demarwl f, l4 coochca it great, there ls M lllU tl Uon of seeking quanUty Inaten.l of quality and the standard ". high so fa, only 1 per cent of the men who for the preliminary cenilitalbays pa aad sad UM porosntsga foi the more udvancVd auaJifh lion is cnnafdarablj lower. This sVggsaati Lbs icata are not siinple ones, but the fact that DVS| WO psanlS have so far acquire.! he prelimutiiry ri ;iti. ate ,in 150 have passed the ganla inalhm does Indicate the pn>gres^ UM BOhaUM i" mak Og, The Pbotbsll Aaaanauon will i am -uie nut i%  ausAad unUl 1 I ffhOOl has a qualille.l [Hat iindoaliieilh a i i yean inn in Lbs n as 0OU mill not IUBTOI fl lack ol UwU-uctton, (> %  < the> can rai alva regulai vu ts from Lho • ehai thai bsi bsi Set up m aacfa of the 43 area* There Ii a*sr) IndJcaUon thai CbStna II having an inlluenn on Association football at tha %  I % %  "'! tor it 15 clatu th.n T whon coaching bj rogu 11 ueii out, I marke Lbs rtyls %  "" quality ol plai hsi bssn rwvssj 1 It would aliuur:*. DO By the others hack Wha* chance have these two ths of the murk and mist of an English A miii in %  bias "i avast in glimmer after iieing dashed Jito the entirely different conditions now obtalning in Anstralin The time t<> semi reinfoi cements w.is long ago Three months ago to the day I wrote a jingle polntina out toot "With tlutton maimed and Cornpb n lamed the Sydney 'Hill' ntodi I Irh b^ skill." Now we send out two howler' -one of whom hasn't yet won his county mid en| ; %  batsman to strengthen a side which still hasn't made 300 in .1 Test innings. Incredible only Brown <40>. Hutton (341. Bedser (321. and Evans (30) can look back on this scries with anv satisfaction. Surely fighting spirit is not the prerogative of the over 30's. No' Trevoi that The more you think about ttM reluctance of the M.C.C to aand bsfofoaraaarii tha more ball %  aama Tbayra not 1 %  last pa %  % %  .! bn*i Wood so why this nenny-pinchme any? In any pSBB, il WtU prOVS tu %  n prettv fniso aaonocny. \li' i" 11 !eil that aa and rscslpta throughout the tour have taken a noseI'eter Wllaon slams the Met' for not Bending retnfnrcemenU to Aualralla earlier, lie feeta lhat instead of %  -ui'. statham and TaUeaall out now tiie tssne has been decided It would almost be better In ft* the ethers hack Now. with tha .ue decided in lbs shortest pesslhia lime, there are merely the f.ues and the extra tin can1 gBai Lad to hsva found •lien top form by the lime the nest Test starts <> % %  Feorusry I, 01 1 mtere't in the already I M C C could well stand Muddled Cricket Club! \ST Liad,urpra The Lsauj View C AN science be used to help sport ? I've been given an idci. by i Rugby enthusiast which might well be of help to some of our Rugby selectors The moat difficult thing to judge, from the and-., is the question of who la (Of rather pushing) his weight in the scrums. The long-range television cameras now give a close-up view (of the scrum) which you can't get fn m the stands And it's a serious suggestion that one or more of the selectors lajht And U very instructive to sit I eside the "monitor" set. with AIIK-II i-nmmentators are supplied. to help him to make up his mind kbOdt '"dividual forward efforts. Kimi-rtaisrr P UZZLE comer What event is IS SSC llb ad on the ofnclal ad'-eilisemcnts as "This TerrifncRoof Raising Rubber-Needle Match" ? Why, none ulhei than the wrestling match at Harringay between the Easih Resistible Force— l d e Will .! % %  ml th< IXatlnetl Movable Object — Jack Doyle (Presumably you use the "rubber 10 BtltCh the loof ,.11 t'sHitmilt This contest (using tha wind in iL' "oosest sense) will %  i.i.ieed by a Mr. Spanner. I only hope no one throws haw Into L.K.S. What'sonTo-day 8.8. *^)elaaable" arrives from U.K. s.uo Advocate's PhoU> r.shihitian it Barbadea Maaenaa Ms* I R. J MacLeod's Exhibition of OH Paintings at Barb* doe Mus.-i.rn 10 to . Trial Oame at Kenslniton 1.3S Meeting of St Thomas Ve. try 130 8.8. "Getflto" arrives from Trinidad and will lake lion, the Lord Bishop and Major O. t\ C. among its fifteen en from Barbados to IK 4.SS Police Band gives concert al Menial Hospital 4.W Mobile Cinema gtvea show at Highland pasture. St. Thomas 7.St laajj rtNIMAR Ik I'. I "-tl-l-i.l n.. (BrMaaUwa) -M SasSe* "l—Mr. II. a %  ,1 %  ...-. -1. Jaaatii i---*.-BMsslMhtU a %  *•" '• %  Ttssi" aaa impir.\.,... r i..i Year Oaa" 10 a ass i.l.br l-nil. <,n.. %  a "TS* lin" Oawal' 4.4B a s.ss. Nowadays you need the strength of 30VRIL Inn.mk.. BOVKIL makei excellent undwich*i. and tmprvri all 0..h The Weather •Sal Rises: an a.m. San SeU: 5 53 p.m. Moon (Pull) January U LhthUng: SIS .aa. Illlh Waif.-: 13 42 a.m., 12.S5 p m YEfVKRDAV Ralufall %  ( ..driii-i.ii,! NU. Total for month lo yeater day: 1 SI Ins. Temperature (Ma* I S3.5 "F T aaa g aialaiw (Mm.) 75.5 *F WlMd ntrecUon (9 am.) V (3 pm.> E N E Hind Vderlly: 7 miles per hour. IWometer: (9 a.m ) 3S.05t: (3 p.m.) ZS 939 Kabe Crepe In Pink. Blue. I. ..1,1 Lemon, Lime. Green and Rose—36" wide . Bilanjo Printed Hair Cord In Nur*er> patterns P' yard V Qj Diamond Crepe In While only 31" ff p'y


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THURSDAY. JAM \HY In. tail BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\i Labour Prepares P a £ erT ,T£ 8 l? irk-i 171 *• ToSavel8-Yr. ror 195J Lleetion student LONDON. Social democracy provldM tin I Communism, says the British Labour Party's 1951 Political Handbook, just published. The book, revised and issued annually, serves as one phase of the party's lonR-ran^c programme of preparedness for a general election. In H forward) Morgan Phillip* ecre-tasTy of Ihe party, maintain* Uu I public opinion ha* forced :in conservative* to take over niany of the detailed points of policy originally put forward by labour. Social security, full employment and agricultural policy %  re cited as examples. As n mult, he says, vital difference* of principle between labour ami Its political opponents may not bo as apparent on the surface %  ihey were 5*i yearn ago or more recently when ihc conservatives wero In pOWaW Bu; they iire there." Mr. Phflltps insir.ts. "And they are '.irk as ever ihey were, once Ute Tory smokescreen has been blown away. Socialism is ii a political force. It is a philosophy based upon beliel in the liner, nobler Ins I m a n k in d. Toryism is still a faith based upon a cynical exploitation of the lesser Instincts of man A Broad Hint The latM handbook omits any to withdraw from Persia ,.:orejerenee to such controversial Row No. 2 In Persia Closes One Bank out over Bi in. ti N' Fetmin—a week after eight Persian Nationalist M.P-s ntU up a M5.noo.000 rognltias deal with the Anglo-In.nian OH Cumpauv The neu to ... Fr-m ERIC The only British bank in Persia — it has been doing business under British Royal Charter for more than sixty years—has been squeezed out of the Pannan market p) the Paaataa Ootnanament. Ttie bank, u i... more than £34 million has decided gether and carry on business I its other Middle Bf %  Half Tehitaii ndes in British cars and wears Bradford cloth. Big orders are in hand, too, for heavy equipment. And as the bank—The British Bank of Iran and the Middle East —Bandies a groat deal of this busanev-. the shui down is regarded as a blow to trade with Britain, which may be dislocated for time. Reasons for the hank are rasjtrictaani Imposed bv the Persian Government In effect, the hank gsa ogtead to hand over more than hah* its deposits to Persia's national bank without return Sir Geoffrey Prior, resident director, said that this bag the bank in "very severe losses. Since the Government shows no sign of framing a law, we are peaparing to clear out The manager's house is already up for sale.'' LSJ. BWIA May Reduce Flights Further iFTom Our 0u Ore1n. 'IPOKT-OF-SPA1N. Jan IB In spile ul tinStaaeinent bv Sir F.rrol Cat B Claalnruin at B.W I A Ltd informBlion obtained from reliable sources continues to indicate that not only have reductions been made in the scheduled B.W.I. A but th*t fin : reductions In QML HI % %  which will greatly hamper th.' travelling public, and of the Wen Indies generally, will shortly be made. In some of these services. Trinidnd-Tobogo (onedaily) .nm Trinidad—Barbados (two I durtions had nlrr;ei hardships to the travelling publ and a lot of adverse comment. It is understood that the staff will be reduced m the very nea future The run from Kingston b Belize has been reduced from two flights to one niehi per week In future, there will be flights to one flight per week, on Mondays, when the' two flights. Egypt May Order Home Delegates CAIRO. Jan. 17. Egypt's Finance Minister. fc Dm i'aaha. said to-day that the Egypt,.in delegation to the Sterling talks in London may be ordered to return home immediately "unless they receive u satisfactory reply to Egypt's latest proposals" One newspaper said that sU-ii ing negotiations would be broken off if Britain did not accept Egypt's "final proposals in the neat 24 hours.'" BILL TO ASSURE FREEDOM OF PRESS issues as the proposed nationalization of industrial insurance, sugar and meat wholesaling, bu* i'road hint that water supplies will become a public service laid on the crnnmied need of a policy of wage rastraini id a warning Is given to trade, nonists agitating for further iiitntion.on profits. However much Labour deplores in a mixed ecoi %  M Britain's, the incentive t>i prosit has to remain. he book says. Labour, it adds, us already taken firm action to reduoe the incomes shareholder. Hi ally receive. What remains : y profits is used for essential economic purposes which otherwise would have to be financed some other way. parting shot, the book %  following as a bid for the voter's upport* "The British Labour Party, humanitarian and thtceJ in Us approach, represen.ill classes of the com.!• %  ..' 1. df [hUng the way to a new and better future — free from the tyranny of totalitarianism on the hand, free from the injustice* of unbridled capitalism On the other —(C.P.) BERLIN. Jan 17 The We* Berlin Chrtsttasi Democrat. Der Tag. to-day appealed te all Germans to form "an action group" to save the life of ia-y*tilcl Herman Flarte. Wesn German student, recently condemned to death for "Inciting hatred against the (East) German Democratic Bo public and attempting to murder a People's Policeman The trial at Dresden Soviet sone was the first to result in a death sentence, since the new East German "law for the protection of peace" was issued last month. Flade was reported to haveput uo a nu-Communist posters at plbernhau. Saxony, ha hometown, on the eve of last October'* East German elections When a People's policeman tried to arrest him he attacked him with a knife and severely Injured him. a West German news agency reported The policeman recovered Chancellor Adenauer when re jeering East German Prenti et Otto Grotewohl's offer for all-German unity talks last Monday said incidents like Wade's conviction were not suited to promote West German willingness to sit at one table with the Com rulers of the Soviet zone %  M iiusia Rejects Proposals W. Germans Expect To Take Part In Paris Talks BONN. Jan. 17. West Germany still expects though without great enthusiasm to take part in the Paris discussions on a European army before the end of the month. West German government sources said toThey said that at the time of the Brussels Atlantic Pact Conference, French leaders assured West German officials thai the conference would begin with West Germany as an equal partner in tbe middle of January. According to reports reaching Bonn, there were now a few signs of a definite start to the conference. The French were believed to be pursuing a deliberate policy of wait and see. The Paris Conference, In contrast to the current Bonn Allied West German military talks on Weal German contribution to tbe Atlantic defence would have a more limited sphere of forming a European army within the Atlantic framework—Renter. iii" • Ova KINGSTON. Jan. 17. Effort, by the Bishop of Jamaica. Vicar Apostolic of the nan Church and the ahead of Methodist denomination to bring about a peaceful settlement *n tbe dispute in the sugar mil usry haa broken down. i.y llon'ole Bustamante t mi three religious heads that their proposals for (he settlement were not accepted by him. As a result a further meeting planned fur today with representatives of aasd the Sugar Mnnu Itn the reIIUIOUS heads has been called off Last Salurday the cksrios talked with Bustamante and on Monday talked with Manley. Ken Hill T U.C. Sugar Workers' Exeoutor and Harold Llndo. S.M.A. Vice Chairman As a result of these talk* Iali followed Bustamante don yesterday to propose a settlement. Bustamante reject ed the proposal. With the situation h.ir-k h) the previous position .iid it-ii t ion that several other strikes in the industry will be called by the T.U.C. and U.l.T.U. Bttatanianta today warned manufacturers that any attempt to hold %  poll on a single estate without his consent would result in a widespread strike on the estate and other agricultural Clerics had tried to bring a settlement before Friday aManley leaves Jamaica for England that day to appear before the Privy Council in the Vicks litigation and to discuss Jamaica's i rrH"'*U"1 position with British pollticans. Turks Arrest 25 For "Plotting Against The State" ANKARA. Jan. 17. Turkish Security police hunting '•plotters against the state" have arrested eight more people bringing the total announced since the week-end to 23. Tbe search has been going on throughout the country particularly in military cadet schools. Police said at first that Communists were behind tbe conspiracy, but they now say "Mohammedan reactionaries" arc involved. The Communist Party, illegal in Turkey, has been alleged by Police to be working under a religious disguise. Informed sources believe that the wave of arrests may foreshadow a stlffer state of laws. Did Not R. fuel In 51 Hours' Flight FORT WORTH, TaaaM, Jan 1' A II 36 plane designed foi high altitude reconnaissance has landed here after SI hours and 20 minutes sn theair without refuelHug. the lonssrst lime has spent in the air Security restrictions prevented euTaers of the plane from announcing the distance flown or tbe i cute follower 1 The mght was far short of tho endurance record for planes sM out refuelling. 84 hours and 13 minutes set at Jacksonville Florida, in May, 1*31. by the two Nfcvy reserve officers flying u Packard dieael powered BeTlancn lend plane.—Renter Important Letters TORONTO PupiU of Sackville Ilibhc School during fituenship Week ent letters to prominent peoplo eefctng recipes for MI cress Now %  •.,• %  > %  am cordial replies from Viscount Alexander. GovernorGeneral: Prime Minister St Lau rent and many others The Oovrmor-General's advice was la 'work hard - Dispel Gloom RICHMOND. Surrey. England. The local council has decided te instal fluorescent street lighting here Alderman H A Leon said "It makes one look better id feel better. It's time this council did something about the gloom spreading over the world." —(C.P.) DUfUfftS CANNOT GOVERN S. CAROLINA COLOMBIA. South Carolina Jan 17 James Byrnes, former Secretary of State, in becoming Governor of South Carolina, had to swear he had not engaged in a duel since 1881. He pledged himself also not to duel while n, office This oath ig required by State constitution. The last recorded duel in South Carolina was fought with pistols in 1880 K-uU-r KNIGHT OF ST. JOHN Canuda's Arsenals To Step l'p Out|Hit i'or Aimed Defaaee OTTAWA. Major-Get. John Ma.^ueam. President of Cansstttaal Arsenals Ltd. sasd this wssrk that the government arsenals produce* $1*800,000 worth of armaments liiv-t yar and llkc'v will prodi between three and five 0 amount in 19a!. He prediiUM Ute heaviest conceimatum in aew production would be in devclepmcnt of rsdar and the U.S.-tvpc lR$-millimetre guns Coincidental L> the Canadian Minister of Veterans Affairs. Hughes l^ipoinic. ggli in a speech at Regina. Sa*k.. that Chinese interventiou in Korea showed that Russia is more Milling to risk s third world war than the democracies had believed But this Chinese Intervention, he said, ha* not changed the western world's conviction tii;ii the cffoii lo repel aggn-ssion in Korea "Wc must be aware of the global nature of I he Communist men., i We mu.st not Iglay iiurcasiii*' our own milltar> strength and helping our Allie< t0 mcreaMtheir*" KINGSTON Jon 17 One of the world's oldest orders of chivalry has been cmiferivd on a resident of Jamaica Knlghtbood. Honourable Order of the Hospital of St. John. JVm .>i. ,. has been conferred bv the King on l>r Enck Hoermnn Commis %  oner of St. John Ambulance Brigade of Jamaica. The Ordr, *hidi dales back to lWtf has been conferred for the first time on a resident in the West Indie*. Navy Chief Arrested CAIRO. Jan. 17 Admirnl Ahmed Badr Bey, Commander-in-chief of t he Efcvpluin Navy, has been rrosned out of the lint of the King* aide* a> e.mp by order of King F,n Belgium Owes Hoover An Apology WASHINGTON Jan 17 Itepuhlican Senator Homer Ferguoan has railed on the Belgian Government for an "immediate apology" to Herbert Hoover for what he terms % %  unpi-ecodentesi attacks" by former Belgian l*rims> Paul lUnn Spaak. Spaak is in the United States on a lecture tour. Ferguson did not identify the statements to which he objected. but did say they were le po i t ed in yesterday's newspapers. The reference was presumably to an article under Spaak's own In-line copyrighted by Co-operati'.u Office and New VorlL Herald Trsbuae In that article Spaak niierpreled Hoover's recent foreign policy declaration as advice to the American people to eon tine themselves to the strict ssefteicc of th.bMBuV sphere. He said such a plan would open it.e way for Communists to take Furoi' (itntiitti. Sth TrlumplMiii Kui. Bh r .'.... D M V SaSsefUM. ,., *a •nuw R ac n>ia.i-i s.n m-r.i M s %  .,-., Uadslplw. srh Molly N Jonas. aaaiVALs t R rnrl To.,.*, %  i HI .,i. ,. r : (•II( H"iti>n. Sr*ai %  > Vines! 8-nllSh TiaMilns Bhl#>. SS> tana na*. Capt Bsrrklund. from Trinidad in PAsri asi< **mr Artallna SO UMM nat. Can lUnmim fm si LucU Sthoonar Mai. I Carolina. M ion. nal. i BOI Ji*|)h fm nun ultra K. honor At. IBn da T TO Urn I M 'i ll iBBSsI %  • llrtnah Ouiana In Touch With Bnrbado, Ceutal Station < .l.tr .nil Wii.lv 1W4.1 LU, •* Boys and Girls Grow -fit**m with QUAKER OATS Communist j-il iri.-,iii Welcomed B) Czwh Pa\M-r PRAGUK. Jan. 1? KuaV Prava, central organ of ti„. CaSrChOSlOVak ConnmmlM nurtv tfdav accpied "with pleasure' BtllCturos direcu-il W she ( uminfontl ^" The Cominfomi. on Iseii'mber ,. ..,.. l : • I v:ikii's leading I'ommuiihrt dallv for a number at shorteomings. in .lulling "political ;nid thewretical | tajBM finluri -ufliiieiUly JO KM'-sej -inui.KiuRj witrraohger*_ U-id the UaSJUllsWMI .vttvltie.f r.ghuwing Koeiahsti. "Reut*"" li.-nrt.atf. *M. Wmo Uvarpool. is C aj] "* Jo !" 1 it Huchr-irr CaaSto, g H Haaanl l^opuld. HS guv fnianL Is *-"lUa. R s larpandoi MAIL NOTICE Unllpd Kina.i.... and ',.~:'^*'* Wllhwnaiad will •• Oanaial Poat Ofllav a* %  Sara fjj iha ra„„ %  od_ llrdlaarv Mail Bt Wifh an abundance of vital food esientijls, Quaker Oats provides the nourishment occded to help youngsters grow tall ami husky, sound in bone aud niunle, alive with energy. Thai's why more and more, you'll hod tasty Quaker Osti at family breakfasts — every morning! And of great importance, Quaker Oats provides these high nutrition values at low cost. Quaker Oats is Nature's Wonder Food —no other whole grain icrcal osiers bigger food bcavhu! IDIAL NOURISHMENT FOR ALL TH! PAMILYI tjuakar Oats is a oouiishiag, dalicious mtVAKVAST FOOD for the whole family. It is rich la Mal food *nenri*li iweded for stamiaha,airengib snd radiaiu healih. Quaker (>au supplies cueniiaJ nuiiriili, proteins, carrtuhfilrsies.anilriiential Viisiuio fit and R %  that turns food into energr. Buy Quaker Om now and if art y.wir family ul eet> day with s lie.lilil.il Quaker Oais breakfast' r~Afflf.C HIAITH %  ICaUSI QUAKIR OATS SUPPLIIS mS/U MiNigAit IK sthaq laa>M gfsJ igsNk MQ*£ PROTllWa hw W led. and aw* KM M08£ CAtsVOHYDstAttt f„ taenj, sad Shanks. *nflCf VITaWN(B, sn-IJ )v M bill "ks J aVlsjg4HV TO aUKE THIS APNTIZING IIUKMS.I Boil 2 cups of water. Ad.l salt. When boiling, add I cup of Quaker Oats. Cook II, stirring, fur 214 minutes. Thai's all. Adenauer Speaks For U.S. Says Russian Paper IIIO DE JANEJKO. Jan A Presidential message Congress covering assuring liberty of the Pre*ml yesterday approved by Constitutional and Justice Commission House Deputies. 11 was understand that the Bill would reteatc newsprint and ottaripress maUrlnl from prevlaui licence necessities, and i DIJ was hoped the Bill BVUI eventual II.ggva the American answer ]\ include g ruuie faoUllaUngl lo -i question which in seven remittances by Pros* agencies wee ks has become an all-O %  gainst essential expenses nhpurf j quegtaOn, U answer to which will TTe Bill now goes lo I %  SVSsr be approved by the GerCemmlsaion.—Renter Krnler h == BERLIN, Jan. 17. The Soviet Occupation paper, Taeglirhe Rand, to-day (icilnod West German ChanceUor Adenauer's rejection of East Germsn proposals for all-German talks as "an Amenran MOSCOM Makes Film Of MiHdffienty's Trial VATICAN CITY. Jan. 17 Moscow made a film o of Hung.in in Cardina Mindszenty, which has been shown in all Soviet satellite countries In the past three montns according to a report reaching the Vatican. Entitled "The Conspiracy of Bankruptcy", the him claims to be a documentary of the trial against "The obscure forces of reaction in the People's democracies ." The actor portraying the imprisoned primate made him look rtrriulsive the report said. Cardlnal Mlndszenty was sentenced to lire imprisonment in February. 1M0 Recent reports to the Vatican from Budapest said his health was falling rapidly with complete loss of speech and memory'—Renter. uoLin AYWG ix V. K. ? Deliveries can be arranged in the DJL f OT the popular VAUXHALL CARS Full details will he gladly ^iven on application to • IIOIIEIIT THOM LTD. Whilrpark (COURTESY GARAGE) Dial MIS YEAR BOOK 1951 The Advocate Co Lid. will publish a Yeai Book oi Barbados in 1951. The Yeai Book will contain three parts:— (11 Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on a wide variety of subjects e.g.. agriculture, finance, industries, trade, communications, tourism, hotels, sport, art, literature and all the things we want to know about Barbados but have until now not been able to find under one cover. (2) Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar, soap, butter, lard, ice. gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels etc. (3) A Who's Who oi Barbadians you should know about A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale MIC, Managing Director of the Advocate Co. Ltd.. Vice President oi the Barbados Chamber oi Commerce, Mr. George Hunte, Assistant Editor oi the Barbados Advocate, Mr. Neville Connell Director oi the Barbados Museum and Mr. Trevor Gale Advertising Director oi the Barbados Advocate will be responsible for the publication The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the Yeai Book is representative oi all aspects oi lile in Barbados and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries of Societias Clubs. Institutions, and business, social and other organisation:, oi all kinds to aend particulars about their respective organisations at the earliest opportunity to the Year Book. C/o Editor, Barbados Advocate. 34 Broad Street. Names and addresses oi all ihose to be considered for inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed. Advertisers are asked lo get in touch with Mr. Trevor Gale, Advertising Director, Barbados Advocate. 34 Broad Street This is one publication that no advertiser can afiord to ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afiord to bv without the Year Book oi Barbados 1951. (AN ADVOCATE PUBLICATION!



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PAGE Fill k BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JAM ARY 18, 1*51 BARBAI)()Sfi|AlA'0TK f. 1 *--%  T 1 Three People I Think IAQ You Lie Witmlma fcj i*. A*.. • I M *t*4 S*. •*< %  •• %  Thursday, January IK 1951 HOI HI (K M III I I NOW that siime progress has been made in the effort to br.ng orderliness to traffic in the immediate City, it might be well for the Transport Authority and the Police to turn their attention to the need for regulating Roebuck Street. In this section of Bridgetown there is the greatest business activity and the number of heavy vehicles carrying merchandise is greater than that found in any other part of the City. In addition to this, the vehicles carrying plantation supplies and bringing produce into town use this highway more than others leading from the warehouses, and several 'bus lines serving not only the suburban area but the outparishes, pass along this road. It is an everyday occurrence to find lorries being loaded with goods for shops in the country districts stationary at the two sides of the street, while buses and lorries laden with plantation supplies or sugar or molasses thread their way between. There is then little place for the private motorist with his smaller vehicle. Even that part of Roebuck Street which has been freed from the pressure of 'buses by routing them along Crumpton Street is often blocked by lorries alone with a few horse-drawn vehicles between them. In view of the fact that there are stores on either side of the street both handling wholesale business, it is not possible to confine the loading of heavy vehicles to one side of the street. The solution seems to be in confining the loading of merchandise on these heavy vehicles to the side streets. Some of these are wide enough to accommodate motor lorries but there might be some difficulty in places where the buildings are not separated by alleyways. Another suggestion made is that there be a time limit when these heavy lorries can be kept on the roadway for loading. In case loading operations must be carried out at times other than those specified for remaining on the street, the movement of packages could be by hand trucks to the side street where these lorries could be parked. There can be no suggestion of hampering business operations but the use of Roebuck Street should not be limited to businessmen alone. The owner of the private car is entitled to free passage on his way to and from his place of business. There is fikely to be some difficulty in handling this traffic problem in this section of the city but with the allocation of parking space in the side streets and alleys, the stipulation of hours for these heavy lorries to remain on the street, and the cooperation of the merchants and the general travelling public there should be some relief from what is undoubtedly a chaotic condition in the busiest thoroughfare in Bridgetown. Whnl itn >he about it all I hm thna poinU of view in mv diary. We Forget By BERNARD WICKSTEED rxecuUon. Mid hinisi informer and lia **"" ITC fctpl btC home to**", 1 *? bhndfold him he i -ugh sod ittajed oehlnd She ** M ** !" ,or h J !" 1 -" !" !*!. 1 had done no wrong. Tho ComWHJ, **•*"* my old HA.F. greatrrauMnl do anything to coat and be"*!" be %  < %  her because *he had once washed WM a """M*" nen f>r the democratic Whatever It was, he pointe.1 U me and wtnrted in argue with lh* Ah. we didn't understand she " %  "*" One of them raiwed the ad with a wealth of sta* buM nf hl rttle to give Imn giggles and timid gesture^ It rt0 rt ] ""*" WWtr* But they'll shoot you bODaUa wasn't the Communists she was '"""XT* ,np '*' wcrr '*"*' ltr vou worked for us." we said afraid of. She had stayed behind P""** i. "2^ n % tneT "rtEii 0* f ln £!£ r *''t.! n !!J t JE£! "iiS."" 1 ^! Thf doomed %  swered 'Vou aat, I shall her. me "> %  her whose shirts she 5hout |n guch o frenziM ha a Communist, too." -hen our interpreter COuktal He said he wasn't going to do What made her sell up her "land what he was savin* r0 uld h%  %  was a w drove hack in l %  with Hi. dread t being bombed again nvc %  *•* ,han wcn '" the United Nations. %  > %  I hope she made UM |OUnM0 r.ptio^lie—t One from a young fellow with .. universii. education from -n old woman who uaed to do my washing, and me Ball I from a man I saw Shot hy a nrBUJ aaaad The youth who had been to %  university was employed by a colleague of mine to translate the hr '> Korean papers. He -;ii> going I !everyone else. Nor wi Ing through an> l-'l ask ihI teaching of" Marie. My She was rather a dear. Wh y do I tell vou thf and it is unfonun^p that the aptorie*' RMIK* l think von Utter haven't the Communist* had chance of uniting the COUfltD her than UNO. With the forces of UNO falling bark at a breakneck speed it was difficult for us to convince him that he might 1* wrong. world. Case History—.1 Ca*e Hi-story—2 On the ..i.rfarc none of thes. three points of view soundvei The third Korean had Wn „„,„,„ „„ ,„ Ihe ,..,„,, ,„ w „„.„ sSHtyfts 'JUS. ",'^:i;i""[". < !" • %  pieced. .„„i < m Md ie of your sons and husband alraad) fighting i good shuttini! yoni jitiil protending the] torru he had been tortured fo: a long time. He couldn't walk and had to be carried to the top Now meet Momma-san. ihe 0 f the hill where his grave had But It Is r laundress. She s a grandmother already been dug. H's face w< eyes to thenIth baggy trousers and hair done the colour of this paper, and but don't exist. up In a light little bun at the tor the Mongolian cast of hi* back. Her Umid ways and beady eyes he might have come straight w have to do something black eyes make her seem like a out „f Belsen. help these people get over tr n mouse feeling of hopelessness, and the I dldn t want to go to the exeworst way of doing so is to pre Two days before Christmas cut ion. but a Norwegian Journalt rnr i that it doesn't exist she peeped round the door In her |t told me I must He said I ouselike way and announced, couldn't report the war honestly Kplloiflie—2 a mixture of gestures and unless I saw thia side of It too. pidgin English, that she was goAmid such puzzling surrounding to Pusan ^> w " drove oul to the execuingg u these what is the morale Uon ground in the same truck as of our boys like? Well, 1 think She had got %  place im %  truck the five men who were to be shot, it |* wonderful, considering that going south It cost her a million They had to kneel on the floor more than halt of them hav<* with their heads bowed. been called up from the Reserve and don't want to be soldiers anyway, let alone soldier, in In Court? By MARVIN STONE VIENNA D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD TO-DAY'S SPECIALS •I THE COLONNADE Tim. ALLSON'S ROLLED OaalS iillhi C;AUVA JELLY Bolllrs ALLSOPP'S BEER I -ii..11% Now 48 2 42 M 3K u Ihin.nnrv ho had sold up everything except the clothe* she The Norwegian and I stood stood In and a bundle o( bedding, round them with the guards and KJ tried to keep our balance as the We gave her some cigarette. truck bumped oul through the It does your heart B01 t, nd chocolate, tor the Journey suburbs of Seoul and into the them Moildlv asked why she was going hills beyond. every kind ide for the I don't know whether the and She would have to best part of gerously on MetMing AIMMII The advertisement which appeared in this newspaper recently saying, "For Sale. Sea Gull yacht, and all the worries that go with it" was aptly worded. The vendor obviously realized that "all the worries" were a saleable community. Yachting is, above everything else, a state of mind, a state of mind fully explained by the Rat in the Wind in tkt Wiitours. He said: "—about in boats—or with boats. In or out of em, it doesn't matter. Nothing seems really to matter, that's the charm of it. Whether you get away, or whether yuu dun't; whether you arrive at your destination or whether you reach somewhere else, or whether you never get anywhere at all. you're always busy, and you never do anything in particular; and when you've done it there's always something else to do. ." It is all those little things that have to ;>* %  done, all those little worries, that help lo make yachting enjoyable. The true yachtsman can have just as much fun when his boat is on the beach as when it is running before the wind. Also, like the fraternity of the Turf who enjoy gazing at horses for hours, yachtsmen get great pleasure from examining and comparing yachts. With the ya:ht racing season beginning on Saturday, yachtsmen must be havini: a great deal of fun. There is always u stay to be tightened or slackened, a rope to be changed or spliced, another coat of paint to be put on . and this goes on throughout the season. But the messing around, "tuning" as it is called, that takes place before a race is the sweetest of alt. putung up with %  M of hardship, grun.I dont know whether the man bling like mad but dotne it with eek perched danI am writing about deserved to a tvv.nkle in the eye of an oveiioaded die or not. The magistrate who i.ondon Express Servir TCA Traffic Reaches Record Level* By G R McGREGOR, P,.„d.nl Tf.m-Can.cls Air lira. The growing importance of air transportation in Canadian life was never more clearly axhlbltad n In IMO. The number of persons and shipments moving by w.ie 1„i in excess of anything previously experienced by the aviation industry. Trans"inoda Air Lines' loads reached cord proportions. Approximately 820.000 passengers flew with TCA in 1950, an increase of 18%. Commodity shipment by air rose by S3%, as combined alnargo and air express ton mileage totalled 4,800,000 The uirline continued the carriage of flrstclau mall bearing only xtandard postage and this transport volume was up by 5% to over 4.0O0.0O0 ton miles. Aviation's steadily widening share of the travel and shipping market is due to a combination of conditions. Certainly, greater public acceptance of this transport medium Is a basic cause and that was encouraged in 10'O by continued promotional effort. But of at least equal importance was the high degree of operational regularity that assured dependable "all season" flylrif. In all months of 1930. a minimum of 80 r ; of the flight* were dispatched on schedule. During the full year. 98% of all scheduled mileage was completed. This was accomplished over a North American and international route pattern 17.000 miles in length, with an average of almost I0Q flights daily. An equally powerful factor was the fact that, contrary to general economic trends, the cont of air travel decreased in 1950. While the price of most other services and commodities rose, airline passenger and cargo rates enjoyed some reductions. Many air travellers, for example, took ad vantage of the new low famlh fares. The growth of air traffic, together with an energetic campaign to reduce costs, greatly strengthened Ihe airline's financial position. When 1950's .inures have been compiled they will fchow that, after payment of 3% interest on Investment, North American services in IflMi were operated at a net profit and that the overseas deficit of the previous year was approximately halved. It is hoped that this brings to an end the verv difficult financial period through which the airline passed In the aftermath Of World W;ir 11 Approximately 21,700,000 nlrCraft mile* were flown in 1850, 1.175.000 more than in 1949. Improved methods and consolidation of functions resulted in staff retlu.tiun.s in tome departments which were greater than the stall increases made necessary by the additional traffic, With an over. all decrease of 5% In personnel, the Company made available over 12% more ton mile* of air traru. portation. giving testimony to the %  Kill and industry of its employees. The greater transport effort was also accomplished without change in the number of aircraft. Through a policy of rigourous and thorough maintenance, these were kept at a very high level of operating fitness. The 20 North Stars and 27 DC3's constituted a well-balanced fleet, adequate to the work in hand, but at the sam r time, the Company'-, technical Mall > %  atari 10 future jircraf! n |Utn meats, and this prooka Iunder core ful and conUnuour. study. Two extensions of servi..' took pl.u-e in 11*50. both (if a > ii;iLili, ;m; ii mire On April 1st. OMrationJ were begun between Montreal and New York, the two largest cities of their respective nation..-. On April 2nd, the Company launched the flrst direct air service between Canada and the southern United BtatOf, with the inclusion of Tampa, Florida in tin Caribbean flight schedule Tin New York operation is already filling a very real Canadi..-i Dead, while the norida aarrtaa should expand the consider.! I >U,.n munity of interest that nlread. exists between Canada and that area. Stringent eu.rcncy and trade regulations continued to operatt as a serious brake upon TCA'i West Indian traffic. While there was some increase in loads, they remained far from desirable levels. The Company felt the impact of increased competition on th Canada — United Kingdom route, but the net financial position did %  how considerable improvement During two periods of national crisis — Uie Manitoba floou emergency and the railway strike TCA was able to provide essen lial transportation service of con slderable magnitude. Proven ability to measure up to such crises is particularly significant in these days of international danger. The airline has now reached major stature in Canadian life and is e^utpped to serve the nation well. whatever the future may bring Nine out of ten people under oath to "tell ihe whole truth" in court usually lie. Nul always because they intend to. Most ore victims of "Court fright," a sUte of mind that can turn a preacher into a renegade or u-lfgato a cobra-tongued shrew to a state ot .-nameless whimpering. The causes for Court fright are being studied by a learned Vienna lawyer. Dr. Gustav Warmuth, in a series of projects at the University of Vienna. According to a Warmuih study, the next time you are slapped with a Court summons, you can avoid the fidgets and the meemies by telling yourself you are only human. Judges and Court oflicials are only now beginning to realize how extensive a malady it if. Lawyers have it. Detectives on the stand have been known to forget the names of their pWtnUHusky lootball players have been rushed from the dock with tears in l heir eyes. Dr. Warmuth recalled one tragic case of Court fright that involved a house porter, a man of glib tongue who had fallen under suspicion as a house thief. I-.IIIT he was found innocent and called to testify against the real culprit. He committed suicide. The note he left said that he preferred death to appearing in Court again. This is the extreme, of course, but Dr. Warmuth said that there are few men and women who do not have Court fright in some degree^—Losing sleep before a trial, lack of appetite, being unable to talk above i whisper in the witness chair, having your mind fall blank at crucial moments. Dr. Warmuth has no absolute faith testimony given under these conditions. Nor. he added, of testimony in general. People, he feels, cannot help but He. "Only few pieces of testimony are objectively correct. Hearsay is not repeated verbatim but us the witness 'imagines' it must %  Live been said. "It cannot even be considered a sure thing when several witnesses tell the same story. because events taking place before a wide circle offer themselves to mass suggestion." According lo Dr." Warmuth, "thYre are other factors that cause testimony to be unreliable: y.'.'. wsssssss*::'':'''* '-'-''---*--v///// CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Easy to Use.—Will not hurt hands No rinsing required. 1 Pint Hol.lr .-.O > %  >• at WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Lid. Successor* To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472. 4687. Ol'II 1(1 AIM IIS SAY: "Wilt AM lot U$ Down" To Thf Idttor, The Adeocate SIR.—We ate asking you to allow us space In your valuable paper to make H few comment* m connection with the article under the heading "Village will loss its playini flaid," which appeared in TOtt I'MII OP the 12th liut. As the article evrrecll> pointed out. the site at present pniinlad by the Public B;ith m Carringlon'S Village was our flrst playing field. It was then known M the Fustic Woods and WM mi rounded by IcnantV houses A* win. aloo correctly itatad in your article, due to Uh ance we caused the tenants, we made application to the oarnai l of the land. Messrs. <".. | & Co.. for a playing 6cH DM Of these. Miss Kdith Ciimngton. told IM that it was tho Intention I of bi. father to pro* d 6 a playing d.ld but that death I had overt.ik.-n bin bafop he tould do to Bhi t her i dona, I SI.. || 1 :.,. ; i-f artam Mrs. Manning—atill live*) and the manager of the land, came to us in the village ;ind decided to give us the present piece of land being used as a play. ing field, for that purpose. In was then in a very bad state. being overrun by shrubs, vines and sour grass. *Ve worked hard on it, however, and made It suitable for uur purpose. All this happened twenty-two years ago and ever since then thij land has been used as our playing field. During the years the population of the district has Increased enormouKly making it more and more necessary that this playing field should be maintained. Now that we are to be deprived of It what will our children do. Do the present ownen realise that recreation is a great benefit to any people, and that for this to be obtained In an orderly way a ploying field Is a necessity? HoSl tho people in the village again resort to the practice of twentytwo years IfO Of playing in the roads and annoying the • li ha i*een said that the site li unsuitable for a playing field, li this Is so how can It lw suitable for a housing aiea with a gullj nearby? W> can never subscribe to the view that this land is unsuitable for a playing Held because we know this s not so. We have used it for twenty-two \eur.~ .is a playing field and it has served us. our children, and hundreds ot others from surroundiiii! district. very well In this respect We can hardly believe that the Government will permit us to bo deprive,! of what to us Is now something approaching a teapgyga We feel sure that they will nut let us down now they are aware of all the fact-i of the ease. Yours truly. C. Hunte. B. Pindar, H Black man. L. Allevn-. A. Wood. C Hlacknmn. F. Hoyte. L. Porde A. Hcarwood. 1.. Thompson, W liearwood. C. Clarke. S Harris. O. Grant, L. Rudder, L. Lashley. C. TalM. C. Legal). A II. L Fotde. C Aft Q I. • 'onnell. C Bins*, D. <;. AUeyne, 1! Smith, O. Hinkson. C ajaO ci Wmte. W I %  v. kun 11 Layoe, n A Hrowne li BOUrnO ('. %  SCOTLAND'S BEST SCOTTISH CREAM HI.I:\IH:I> st on 11 n MUSHY A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs • Ask for SCOTTISH CREAM WHISKY at Your Grocer If you witness an automobile accident at noon, chances are you have a different picture than if you saw it in the evening Bright sunlight leads to a false calculatioi. of distances, he pointed out. Many people are colour blind, others are unable to tell from what direction a sound comes. If you were suddenly hit by a falling rock, chances are you couldn't tell from what direction it came. Often you wouldn't be able to tell the force of a blow, especially if there were more than one. Dr. Warmuth said that others "lie" becaused they are mixed up by legal phraseology and don't know a habeus corpus from a hole in the head. Others just sort of cover up and omit details — sales clerks or waiters, for example — because they don't want to endanger their jobs. A century ago Courts in Europe recorded gestures. With a witness blushed or shifted from foot to foot, it went into the court record. "Thank heavens," Dr. Warmuth said. "modern justice has grown up enough to refuse to draw conclusions from gestures." He said the worst witnesses are the very old who offer inexact information from their own rich imaginations. "But normal adults are more subiect to just plum poor observation." He tested five persons who had witnessed an execution by asking the colour of the gloves of the man who carried out the act. He received five ditlerent answers, the executioner had worn no gloves at all. But modern courts, by extreme care and rigid rules, are at least no longer troubled by one prime cause for tipsy testimony—witnesses who fortify themselves with a "slug' Or two" of whisky. A century ago. in Vienna. Empress Mari;. Theresia set down a code that said sir "Witnesses must be examined only 11 noon when there is ;i belter than even chance that they are ttlll sober." \ —I-N..S JVOW OJV DM SPLAY TRAVELLING REQUISITES THAT GO U Wit J IX II.WII WITH FASHION litre is Luggage Kxqujsil.lv II. .mi.ml In %  . QUAL1TV—APPEARANCE—AND DESIGN,Experlly Fashioned by MASTER CRAFTSMEN See l h al you Se l f c^ Your LUGGAGE, that gives you %  he Chick" -NEW LOOK-'of W*Snut*TtiimUCT DACOSTA&CO^LTtt DRY GOODS DEPT. TALKING OF G ODDARDS HERE WE OFFER si>i;< g\rs OaUUkes 17c par lb. Anrhor Butler sse. per lb. 4/ooko Paste • ess. I'arr'H RlarplU t —. 1.M per tin (.ifChorolate LatKh 9 lac. caafs Idrte Kola Tonic 1.00 per Dot Tender 1'if Tea— tie far ' Vr?3 ( .III uh.!' EfgS Frosen Fish Mackerel In llna Sardines Anrhovtea Prunes Pulory Beer Sailed PeaauU s II p.-.R| rr I .*r log en Baby Food HAMS In Una: ?lb... Ml lb*.. %  lbs 1 '. I i -11111 -1 11 %  n Barley Sugar t Iba. imWhole Aftparagiu Watte Spean MRrtF aMLPla PUSH SAl'SAGES hUNCI STEAK It AHBITS LIVER TRIPE. BRAINS. SWEET BREAD APPUC8 Sl.KiHTLV CORNED 1.11 I PHONE TO-DAY GODDARDS DELIVER



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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, IK! BARBADOS ADVOCATE P AC.F. FIVE JACK JOHNSON of Cnollo. (ftxtreme Tight) Polo match between OTIOIIM and MiKtaiigK at majority of goal* for hi* turn. Mn-Ung< how I'ulu : Mustangs Win 7-5 Katxenjammen Al Club 6 A Trinidad Quiz tram of ihree lost to %  Barbados combination In a competition on Tuesday %  ventng by the narrow margin of a Mingle point. Question* weir 5tt and asked by Mr. C. M Theobalds*. Dtptstl Director Ol Education, and IM i mi test took place id the Girl*' industrial I'm.m Tl alosstl araa represented i 111 Karbaia Thoi,-. Carl Aoipg and Frank Knight, tlu-vJIIUIIK -ii. who accompanied th< Katxenj. %  Band <"n ii- tiip to Barbados, and they were opposed by Miss Shirley Clarke. Miss Beryl Williams and Norman Marshall. The final scores were Barbados 14, Trinidad IS. with a niembei of each team tying for top place in individual scores. Miss Thorpe and Miss Clark" eacn scored 6 points After QUII time, the Katzenlammm Steel Band entertained the audience to a programme of classical and dance music Items Included Whispering Hope". "Jingle Bells"; ''Chinese Samba", "Cumana". "Ramadh.n and Valentine" and a bugle call composed by u member of the band. The Band leaves for home to-day under the care of Mrs V Thorpe prominent Trinidad Social worker who sponsored the tour to this colony. Mrs Thorpe plans to send prizes for the members <>f the winning Quiz team. 35 Years A Shoemaker MUSTANGS defeated Cliolloa FOR over thirty-live years by seven goals to five, in their %  Dads' --as Albert Harcwood of Polo Match at the Garrison Carrlngton'j Village |a known to Savannah vevicrday evening m his many friends—has worked et the DcLima Cup series. the shoemaker's trade. He i* in Considering It was only a junior his fiftieth year but still carries game, the players gave an excelon with the zeal of the youngster lent performance and are showing who hoii Just set out on his own progress. At half time the srore "Duds" occupies a small workwas five-four in favour of shop along upper Tweedside Crtollos. Road and can he seen day and %  night stitching away for all his worth. It is not unusual to see him In the early hours of any morning, the lone person In a deserted street, bending over a shoe In the lamplight as though It were daytime. "Dads" is well-known as a good workman and his customers are many. As he told the AdvofoV"iriVn5 In l dangerous manner ease yesterday, he is kept reasonon ^ c B treeU ably well supplied with work Dullen was ordered to pay a fine throughout the year and has „ f an,and 2,. costs in 14 days little time for relaxation. or ln default one month's ImpnsLike most trades, payments are onment with hard labour and not always easily made, and at Gibson £3 some week-ends he often llnds Bullen was dnvlun the motor caute for annoyance in this rebus M—2544 on My lord's Hill on spect. December 11. Gibson's offence was He has seen many changes in committed on October 1" on Carg I.is line of work during the years Hill Road while driving the motor Speaking of the half-soling of lorry M—1004. shoes one of the chief phases of Another charge was brought by the work of the local shoemaker, the Police against Gibson of driv••Dads" said that before and ing without having an appropriate during the first World War. this licence. For this Gibson was lined work on a pair of shoes for a 15/und 1 costs In 14 days or woman would cost 80 cents and one months imprisonment. for man 96 cents or il.OS. Mr W W rteece^.C,. appeurMaterlal was cheap. Just before ed on behair of Gibson^ the second World War, there was some fluctuation in the price but a* the war went on, material skyrocketed causing a corresponding rise In the price for the work Nowadays the average price of half-sol Ing a pair of shoes for a woman Is $2 and for a man S3. nit: MM Hill 4.0\l ,idig ROEBUCK STREET COUGHING K — ,l from the Swan and T street* end, do md i*u; %  ROKHl'l'K STREET IsssjiliW U in. Oull) H in Iront of an old wooden and wall two storey buildn which 1 to live. It is about half a mile long and ends when the road meets High and Swan Street* inj front of the Civic wan and — Three Return After 40 Yean I N IM Mm i:.,> : ,:..,,! Ml Martin Qarka, Mr. Joseph — %  : ? mode %  "" '"''' '" AuhibaldHrcrcton ood .lores, there is %  %  £" l>'t the Island for Ana-tea and hardware dtawr, •d !"!" )' Th ,. y munirt ,„ iieccmber la.-. .'^ then anothe. hardware deale, ^ a I, you bHmll—lg „,„,.,. Tho arc ihicc cousin, ami 11 ,, afarkx urn. si (Mora u im viin.i >iur ,bout llu. part ot n %  major"! "I "" %  Plf" „ry and on cither aide dun) la. hand cart*, car* and lome. tWed. On th. left, alto two happen lo lie pasaing the mm when worker, are paclUnK or unpacking ha*."'^a" !" al fee.urprlaed a, ih, 1 on o. oil lomea. >ou would ha*. ,,„„,„,„„„,.,.,. |„ Wl „ *ffi ,'i"". i .,,,1 halm vou get they le" Ihe i.l.i...l Ui.-y paid 5n ,, Street >-",,., meet. P" <•and MO k Street and go.tov-ards aho raonaji Tbg lelurn trip IS DANGEROUS ESfT OSB* oa coach TOW lung* an nmrW, -U roMC heart ore -..r.,.1 shKg lough * taking %_• %  )• '"> %  "I'lWi Thu world • Itmoui 11 anaul ana* tutasfaina. omakn hrMihing <• %  .. taxHhri ."TltjfU luiiam. c: > ra. loeat '•Mit>Hioif H ^CI>IM>H1 %  COtDl MOHOdl flUUBH (.rilhui Ml* I (OVfaH* CNUMIH] YENQIS OUCH MIXTURE Utrary li Ma^aalne There Is the Purity Bakerv M strang smeU i Hcor* the fourth goal for til* team In the ye'terdsy evening. Johnson 1 .-, ,it the people WBO I 4) from the c.-irt> would not no in the hBk y BMtle Washing Above the bakery bottle scl gather to do their bottle v and the> Jie .iiwuy'"i" eaits wart i %  >t thini over s36o each by air. Tiu-> wdi i>e returning, oooa man to the U.SA to-"iorrow M.nnti UVM -it lliooklyn, NY. ConttMhM -Hid has two SOtm One serve I in the 13— war* but both are now etVUiBM He has a sister and •unit Hfll living at Market Hill Josesll Cartel .'. Iloston, Masr is Hie f;.U,.i of twins Ha i i n*tor. IWUt smi 1 %  iv 111 the v s Aimj t their rejlnM am <• antly ship %  i to Korea, but they were not at it iiuiuded Aitli.d corner, too, on a day as Aicbiba ll a real hoi as yeaterda) you would have rst.ne broker ol Spnnglleld. Mass iraffk regutoting policem. M1|lv juium ind Dtwey haec lulnttng though he wears JUS )H ^. n demobilised from the arldt eork hat and is wearing ,s Arm) IJg ha* also two ••l.ITTLEMAN.' pn.noum-,,1 ••Idlyma,, %  by ,l,e Svv.,1. •** „„. ,,, 1 „„,„,.,..„u.k %  U ^r\,.„ nl <>,, %  QtfHn.1 ish ciew of ihe training jhipsunhcnm. wlm-lu!i,wl here sn,,i iuncuon. Iha ..i buatnja; i; ,„ l ;, 1 on Tuesday evening was walking up and down tho deck on ihe rlhi. ." d'."?*-"!" ina and loi.i iho Advoeaie iii.i Msl.uiay as though he was supervising the m-n al work. m ta fl 5J]7Cerl nS oiv'! %  i''k ' SL. m SSt & "Littlenuu." is a eocker dpaniel and perhaps on. „f Uw ffni I M "So. "w • "' Wmost iravelled dogs. He is the pet of the enliro or. who naded up on the J . B wall are %  een i ather worried when ho does not come to their call. hi'" *"•" "" %  wh JL> FAM/LYFoodDr/nk S&s/nacCe bt/ CADBURYS On The I npmaM Drove Dangerously FITZ BUL-LEN of Buckingham Road, St. Michael and Alfred Gibson of White IIMII, St. Michael were both convicted and fined by His Worship Mr H A. Talma, Police Magistrate of District "A", when they appeared before hit 40'FOR COCONUTSTBAUNG A line of 40 or one months imprisonment with hard labour was imposed on 44-year-old labourer James Buncombe of Wcsl-Dads" saW that he has been bury Road. St. Michael by Hiw able to make a livelihood out of Worship Mr. H A. Talma yestcrhi* work, though the (lnandal day. ... S3a WM far from whal he would Baacombe wa. found gWt ol ...i . • vtciiltnaf 28 coconuts ITOTI J %  1U U • %  CTee^nan ol I^nd. End. B> He has one arcal problem al Michael on January n. Uie moment—he i afraid Ida eyes — will soon lei him down. The ,. , %  • „J 9/1'. strain on them over the year, n CVCIISl rlUCU JO now showing Its effect," he said. ~ •and at Chrlatinaa lime I wa, CLYDE IIAHHS Ol VUU Road SLSr *" son "" 'EIX^ Z --"''" "Dads' hobby is cricket and His Worship Mr. II. A. Talm.i mane ot the men in the district before whom the coae was hearr sometime, give vivid de.crlptlons ordered Harris to pay a line ul of how he has led them to victory 30/and 2cons in many cricket matches^ "nprli ..,,.,! man-rial, and wbaHl "• VsWeV*| ?* a*: .i ,.,i iv the bin 1 ,!.;,,.,! Traders, whleh l s now be,ii, : i.iiovated. ntlnulna up Ihi Snat there arc more r.e""* than any olher busincT^es U .eo > um P ''""'JKnpida Ihe road are shaky liand /\ ,,,„.„, Mm arouru • ,„„,„. „,. i< d...,.„,.,„| „ ,„. £g cart..SomeUme._h._rJJ. .„.,„ „„,„. „„ M. ...... however subdu.-d b UM %  Upper*! A.t,-. MJ BMC*. lund who CS4M on him suddent% and gave him a both of aag wat While 'LuiUinan" got his bath. %  bOUl nine in ten ..ul.,-. (rom th' %  hip wer v mjoytnf Ihe boat deck and a swim the ship. Others who more frolicin,: mood bottwod local yacht and sailed around Ih harbour. One of the boys tried hi luck at surf riding behind tin ageed but he was more succesafu at slipping off the board and bein ducked.' Astern of the snow white San beam wenthree of the crew, i>o. „ n enjoying pleasure rides or MMpfllai* froin ^Jj^JJ 1 !" ^^JSJ l the falgiii John Heckles is |?OI'R PATHWAYS -i Js/ lieniv; (-ii'tnii leil fountain Ocirdon In Ti Bquari Konnetl. ther.were only iv to DM lindens, ^ii UM Public lluildtngs an UM ofhel by the old 'bus stand st iiKMstl-AKIl. similar to Uv Curium, has beei Bay This Job wa OUJfn the Coca-Col an C hou? d .nd ^y^ ndget, ,„d £n around In an enquiring TO Roebuck Street ll getting I DTR touch with renovations and nww r€ar of Hon> G..HI:IM hi.'new buildings coming in. but: tm h((mi lh( rp s a onl[ |m Ilt hous ,, s a|d buildings which were erei H OVm ... I still being erected at the Bay EsUitc Al tl bathing, but repairing their ship with gfUb pushed through the hard with pack IIH.IU Aloft on the topmasts phase of work was going .Hidings wlu.ti w-mi aj ngo Still have the gallcrl' (( n the second floor held^F^ pBlan t^ll-^^^V-f^' r^npfoyJd men propping UP Ihemselvea on these pillar*. mother Matiby Man Two AUivc the noise can be hearci greeted formerly 1 an area '.hat grasslands. IT* > with toilets, put up out ot olocK stones. Another set of labourars ar* winking mi the roads in thl* area A M.w KOtir of steel with asbestos covering will replaoa tlie old wooden nxf ut th--,t Andrew's Parish Church Wmk ,. u.i rtarted On Monday and the nothcr i hi one Is now practically taken lads, sitting ad bar. ho the call of the mauby man as h, made fast to the m..v, w.iii ...ipushe. his cart along. B^ d, *}Jl and about 29 yards ,,> (mm t..maul'V man you may *** %  """' H boat', deck, were .,,..,., .„ nk*3*?S£l V2 22, Wl',,,.. US-. ,ep.,r. M belnk P"l'""' S „? M btl.tneaa on verv .mall carried out rclmlou. -rv, I Apart from Ih. r u^howE.Tor he has only laI„ I iS tl ttdtWl .. came up 11..111 IK'I.IW !" ;,,,""'in hi, carl and about chui< li Girls' School •rftthtosO I htuadnSnolnl and a hall hotT^lil HUM BANMA.YIN I l.n ,. III',:. ill %  ;*'.„„, ,„k loukina mialure. In | sl'M'TOtt ,,f SI Ja .,, M eaak who WH prai m lunch lor .tSJ Enb.-rt s McClcati. lokl uva (lie anlp'a eompaiia UM olIIC. • About wo hundred yord. up the .rf^,,, veslerday thai pc.ple mamMri ol Iba arow win, we,. u.ii St Albans Boy.' School and S the Minister of informal When you reach Carllon Brow". s< hoo| M>ny chlM „ llie ,:, %  „r.l, Ihe .....plioi .iniMist. near l*-ii Tha sunbeam will b-> -i-endlnK n gjj .„.„, crumpton Street eight days In Barbados She Is J^TSS get v.,ur first smell Of expected to tall for Martinique >ouwm %  >' onTanuary 24 She is KMlM gS k ." in „,e bi b moss pipe too, and don!;CY* owners" at feeding hours. fta-low the Torrh nev. ( d' luavc i* Crlchlow's MH '.vhen vou look across you will get t he lirst sight of resWences. though thev arc most of th*m hack i M"„ nment. n.'lke tho A/o bef. going there are twn birvrle line. At_thls ll.ll .. A Good Point—Bul Not The Winner ONLY six people saw the point in the Advocate's "Your Guess" competition which ended J l ler *|> -. valued at to has been giv Village being repaired Ha hi "• Soro^bm'.^rn^'f'nr."^ tance at the roads yesterday gave him the impression that they were I being filled up ing. matter to the Police. The batterbut the material >' hotel proprietor* and restau%£,£?*£&£ buY*rilirfaHS P to ,.""'" J^^^B^uL rant keepers in Port-of-Spain over ,_. prl7r wa „ follow*— that on November 8 he and ; ... Tmeat shortage which struck the ? Th e pV..!.i of this picture is to vln Moore wen, ou by gj]Pl J^ 1 ^'^ Ietvm Wl|h fo w ,sUnd some days ago. ConferBnow whcr e this ship Is anchored Theatre and mm U Ul krr y. Hi ^* hl u wtls „ n(An( t encea of an informal nature were al S (. James Port. The point of kept watch while Uoon^ took a ^ whBt ,„ held over the week-end among this is that thia was put here so the battery out from the engine £ residents had failed people concerned and they came that the one who answers correctAbout two wt*k, ufter mn by acPonipU!th Jothe aotadiaston that if Governly may receive the sum of $5 given thment does not give some enlightbv the Advoeaie M.i.menl on the problems it would A far ery back placed ihe point ter> be difficult for them to supply as the "beaching of th. food for the number of tourlsU wallto .xpected for this year's Carnival .train •notrier ^^ntram^ .nougm Rpfm ^^.^ ^ 9fnXw:t o( celebration* ll,, r'.ft.l'^rmere S.I. Ihg Mrxlern High School on oppoi kta aUSM 1 the streeU are next t^ be met with Combermere hawell-kept flower lieds, while the outstanding thing about the Mixiem la 1U yellow walls and huge lieei within its grounds. Above the Modern i* ;.nolhe. -g?--t.rtS ISLiSS... buihimg. .S ....,. s... lorr Moore %  n the eng kveelu after a man ot Jemmott went t< re's house and saw the ba.there Ho (Miller i (UN Centthe buttery to Jemmott who gave the same nautical him £1 another entrant thought ... ,,__ ^_,—.„_ tha'. .t wi the S3. London MarBefore passing the j^ flJiy marninc .. ... %  .^nnsonment on Mil* „_. Wll 12 nths' imprii TAXIS GONE THE taxi stand just above Neln looked stiange at 9 30 yesterThere IM space foi icenter Ooing further up th ...reet Is the biggest fruit COssUe ..here there are piles of grapefruits under an old, wcathei l>ea'.en shed After the (.loinTheatre one comei to the Gull, House Id wall and woodP i buildnu. i tahwh no one seems %  live %  : %  :..'i in v.. faaaday, January 10. Mr McClcan and his staff visited the St John ltaptisl B.^> i, Me.ulMi.isti'i mernbersi i,f the stall and chihln-n were %....-mated. (ttie hundred and forty-nine 1 -' silus Girls' School on r"rid.i l.u.t Four ol the staff were al m* in vine I nations. II. A. VAUGIIAN praatdaxl r the Conleniiii 0] "lil i ,i ,i Aivsociations which ww held .it Combo r mara .-> te.nhi I I for their c.i oparaUon .uni support. After lunch wa* t.iken id 1 |> •'< therO wu perlud of games, those DOing bskatl by Mr Bi KM Bl J"'" 1 A acted t Mi B 0 l^rde. A Bmlth aad aacondaa by kd t Aiieyne. Ttie eonlawnc* ,,. %  ;i one-mlnuia silence |i ,, live Late Mi CU£ \i Drakai who w.. pumeei o. nc 0,8 movement %  %  %  .-,follow C. st. M fhenbaldi. i lyds Oollop, Vic* la O. 1 i %  %  Secretary, Ml W '> Hayne TH i uri at 'i MiM cijiki Mr s •> i da md Ml I Milling'" T HESE WillHi a t UL i'. C until Friday, 19th January, at 8.*o p.rn i ciarnme will be as foi %  News; The King"* MUSK World's Wool. Gardens of England BUILD UP THEIR RESISTANCE TO KUSSOl.lAN KOSSOL1AN KOSSOI.IAN KUSM01.1AN BLOOD SALTS POULTRY TONIC UACl HOUSE TONK' lOlll/.Kl) Sl'lCR NTIM'K lAKM f'OMIIIIII\ I'OHIIKIIS KNIGHTS LTD.-All Branches ANIMATED OPINIONS Bail Mr. l,eo KlDf: '•YOU CAN in i l<>\ IT HKIN'G TIIK BMWfUf TBEAT!" Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection •PALST I0FFEC LID. LONDON W S -PALM' WORRt. The acling Food conlroiler. Mr Another point that was not thr Acre there The aclma rooa loniroiier. .^i Another point thai ua not mr %  %  ;, %  „ „,..-,. „.,,,. A A. Doullas. said: "Owin. to po,„t wu ,h It was the Pier• were P"''" l -; i .":'""' d "''' the lark ol cold .lora,e accomn „ d Point This ,ew probably <*' "J*S" 1K li "a. ,T.seJmodat i„n in November laal. tha oramnUd anoUitr entrant to aub•••• %  !" !" iE. >""?'"" *S T ^,":.:.r !" y F^Tn.hcnd was in from the USA. and there wa. money to be made at the taai the Haasage Warehouse VENEZUELAN AIRLINE COMING' modation in November last, the p ro mnlr b,^r ,!,, should have arrived 1" Touch Ol Philosophy *",'%. "" bal er, P that month It was then espectcd s„ mr wlth Wurh „, philoaophy ' """'" *" S at It would be possible to .hip m>d< „ ,. old Melhod f>le Hard Me watchrd while the othei e beef for arrival In December >n(| „„„,„,„ rtwwn by picturaa rn,„ took away the battery, know. "The next ship, which arrive,! mfcv mu aead n ne this to le wrong. December 2. did not bring tna some aimed at bringing out demeat and the sailing of the follow(a) ), D f the ships placed it at "the 1ng ship Ihatwa.^due lo_arrivc ship's bow i. pointing l i .,IK'< whk i, ing two l'. ., IIBMUDI ., K I v butch Airl Cilvin M,v. us. .lain,Hurt M, v.. Some anlrlaa (..rived after 3 Miller named a. the man who t,... Ing tr* r KL M lav lint wee not eonout the batter.. ,. now balng I. : li I %  .1 lor persidered aa the cluing time i. 10 bylheP.,1. Urgi I halle,,.. Wednesday. Brceny mtal ruela and Curacao here. STEVEDORES STRIKE IN ANTIGUA


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rAOC six BARBADOS ADVOCATE T9K1RSBAY. JANUARY 18, 1941 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE !V ""v." ~> \ X' \VLL.( V90MCTN^ Tr, BY WALT DISNEY nBB BLONDJE T BY CHIC YOUNG i I 2£S Lz THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER WONOWHOwWwiTW POLLOWIN', NOIWTIW MOWfAP.] A** tS AS OOCO A PUCEN /*HD' BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS ix. onTO TM cwnce A6 I "*e LOT TO fcO-AJJ 1 lO-L 9f**O W MAGG*F i rnwD tVT4' ID **K OUT OUtLY aXJMf 1>* -OUSl -OU •OW WB*V WHO. TWKi ft. O.IA-* o*y-*oatTiu*v lOutf OAUOKTT3? JUiVr n?NGp ANP VtpTD VTItCMAI.VFOC*J a c w coo a k: i L .i a p i *TTM THSM 6t^ff AUS-CAPY* •*LLO CWPOV DO TUT mookoa* AHhtr C* TMS LCMtLjC^r MAI-.. r MOPC •&•*= WLL LET •* *At7 O* C§T,4EM. >"< RIP KiRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND ;'"L **' %  "N -£SC A C T -* C*T5CTrvS.'MiT ts) rtELU TALK ABCuT T*rr T. MEAMN5 C* 'V.fi y l-ATBI..' VOU Altf THE .STOuSlOWl^Sfc ^\ ic*_EO 6TAV PWT K-S6.' 066. KV fXE T-ir . 00/ THE PHANTOM flHICrVlt)t£7 RXKETTHAI. M-lKH-e WAX*. (HAVE TAKE MtIO |jf WSfB'HCVj) lit PlAeEWHEK HVK HCTliRES 11 TMEV LEFTtHElB. LEE FALK & RAY MOORES MWAKTUND DIANA. I STABT •AHJGCKN6 jl.B.>LI'D BETTER 10KI? l^m GOMOME TOHER #f %  STERLING INVESTMENTS If you have sterling funds Hi invest, we shall be glad to recommend sound securities, wilhto the sterling area which will provide you with an income of 5* Royal Securities Corporation Ltd. Montreal. Toronto. Halifax. St. John ft B. St. John's Nfld. VaaooBver. U innipeg. OJgMy^ Quebec, rldmonron. •taatvo vanr. o*wnK*k. ov in Mine* — bv .it-wt. lain Alh a %  Wwr ri(bt away. Bpwilim *" araari m.kr. Alh-S*lL.i N-IMtlDC. btlpr. IU pairv ktllia, %  It IialMlv MkaSeltiPr A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barhd) LTD. Barbados Correspondents. HARPIC CLIANS It FOt YOU Jt ipnnM* ooe 'M.rpl.' % %  Mty ho"l -tow ownughi ihm Bfc. 'IIUPH' ilrana, dtunlnu and dcodixWn itw whuk pan. including tht S-lxnd HARPIC THI SPECIAL UVHOn CllHS> WOHH Tat uui pcuplo dipLiid.. 4)uih* a bit %  TDuB ma ppor t of "Hoi Industrie tximpai* LlMI (pr*c and quaUly) agalnat nny similar article and you will find you get better value. Llmolenc is BS reirenhlng u a breath of Sprint* I IB to 07c at your dealer. 11f< June ihJ(HnUar*f It always is m Barbados and /V^/;^" ^ that's uihy Northerners enjoy our climate, and their favourite foods. DOWNYF1.A.KE CAK MIX Oingac. Vanilla. Ouealat. Flntw 9c. p., Pk,. SPfCIAlMEAT DEPARTMENT: l'KI>I! AUSTRALIAN HCEF m STEAK, ROAST, STEW IAMB I!\ LEGS CHOPS CANADIAN SALMON KIPPERS SI.II Ml BACON HAM APPLES Par lb 30c Per %  *, %  ain.on Confectionery M.11U FOTOUIU. Oniaai (LU M.W. N.w hnr 1MB 1.32 Gl %  % % %  CtWla _.. 90 Fry-. Hani Nul. MM 2.M POKOU'S Court Fruit Drop. .94 PascaU'. Fruit Salad 14)1 PaicalF. Frnll Barl^r 8ua .91 Pacair. Glaoaw Barl.y Suaar .91 -.56 Canned Soups H.Uu. Soup—a. Ultmti Tomato Soup Si Crasm HHarnaa Soap .42 Cr.am Chicknn Soup .49 OTallRaup _.. M V-3-afck. bv .._. JO Scotch Broth Soup .... JOB Onion Soup .34 M nllly l u —| k .39 Kidn.y Soup 30 Canned Vegetables WnoWOauMomi... M Canst. .35 MHml VMjMabkM lor Soup 15 Aaparagu. Tip. 85 Frmch Mu.hroom. .54 Tn—iilin. .36 S


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THURSDAY. JA.VUAKY It, ltSl BARBADOS MIVOl \TI' PACK. SKVEN CLASSIFIED ADS IM III M TILCPHOME 230S .1 111 .i|M W> 'l *.H % *' %  bp*. Ule ln4 %  %  p m I,, -dav fir M Ann Churrri Frienn. are w>M to attend Will,.." Denial a. ..bend.. Enid Mr % %  T .n .a-.a Milh.-anl JVr.'.u|Dt.i. Kathleen laatoner *o Maud Cummin* THANKS * % % %  —Wo Ihr.indenltnrrf gratefull %  rkiKnwii' HHII Ofn*-i unpreclalio the MUKanrr ^ndrml u* and rel" ih.ink. in all lot the manr nptr^ %  pM "f •VTr.pxihv irndPred u* on th .le.itr. f mi, I,ii. gran.l-mr.1her Mn Hr-oarta Hall Carmen. LiaMlle. Merdonald -,r>d Corded 11.111-1rH ncNT HOUSES • II CMU* ASHTON Ckiocn. Puii< i.—mm. Bedroom*. Verandah over imiri ~tnr -M and .11 modarn nxv^Wm. Dial MS* 13 1 Jlan HIGH WIND* hthUttt^ Jaouarr. February March and May IMI Dial MM HUTCHlNaON a> BANTTELI) U.IJl-.> GIBRALTAR—Call la With tar the inenlha of Ftbruarr to Jun 1B3I Apply Ii Mr*. r II Farmer. Andre*, iDui xnr it i n-3" rtOTlCE "'I'" Ol (HUM Sealed Tender. >>arM. .nvelnpe TiMa ip. i^, „! rereivepl -1 Hi' — %  OOO '."IMMMl liar VeMtv CferM I'.-'. mii-i NOTICE The atlent.cn ol all Fe>.*. rum. and .unipaiiie carryint on iiadr or Pudnw ii Ihe City of Midgetemn *r>d In otkar %  an. and place, of p* Michael i. drawn .. IIprovlaona of ;urj*a#-Ur>n • of *ecti .t. V". V *"V*** c •"-*. which "On before !•.. IIEATHFnj>-TI*. Crane. furr.lU.ed from January lath Appb Mr*. A. D Hrruert Phone IMS i: I >1 W. HCKtM—fumtihul nf unfunulhed ail. or -iihoul meal* S mite* from lawn Hrtideniial Area Hov X X C Advocate Co. It IM—Ii FOB SALE MfVI A IOIMI LOST AUTOMOTIVE OVAL OARAGE LTII IM AR Renault Sedan li good working order, new Hatter '. Tyre in eareilert condition M C M Html. Room Ml I'l.Mallon. Building Phone IMS. Salt 10 1 II in TTIUCKS T*.,. Dodge Truck* and V mod. I in pood working ordaADDI: the Manager Ridge Plantation. Clwl.t Church, or Phone MOft 11 I SI Ir ELECTRICAL HF.FHIGKIIATOR % cubic ff Nori!' In perrfe! condition Wl I day of Fetaruj th CRHFN IXATHFlv PL USE 4Tontpj.ur. ill nrlpt. and RACE nCKKT Srr" M Itll lindn ilfaw „l U rn Mn* I ttrtlr Hind Bailaplaln*. St Andirv. parwh iiablr to Or ralad ... ——, of profit dTivr,| from rarrvoif ..r Uada *hall n>M> to ih* ,ww on i> f.m lo ha ohia.nau fioi, a P>ii.n. in %  rrtUng of II*,I .,^et.• t • %  •I annual proHi. i„ M^.^,,,,, MS Ina provttlon* of tnr aald Art for lhpurpnw of a* r-umfnl 'In rsar any Proprwtoi or othrr paon ahall > .r...,. nl iha raauUr dato of ctoaint Arcounio Mmi a dai >..b-a*,rni %  Mth Novpmbar bm p.u. r In In FPbruai,. Inan the Return mutt, Or mad* to In* Vaaraani on m brfor* Ino ISth day .,( March 'In caae any pr panuMi >Kall b-r n. prraod durind wniid latod be uruuMr lo b' l.i rern-uar^. II iprietor or othar aon of lh* ahorl the buuneaa %  take l he Rti en no Return Fallui P1XIT OF AJJt AND COPY l talnint to Mr Helena Holloed. 14hd Finder p!ra*e return lo Advo makliip MH'.in. •tea. Iha VaMiy c -formed by teller •mu,* -.th tn, ragulreaubaa*-tton render* the eiHHi< liable to a penally rlfl> pound. iIM. •a over which Trad. .Mae to rai %  he pnrarribed ,it* i... %  ITHLH SALES AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER !"!" * "ffer A D Worm. Wln.loa. Bank Hall lid Phone U30 ".1.11—H BMCVtVTD: A ahlpment ol Petrol RKriHc IiBMin, .„d Chartlii* plant' M-3J Volla t amp* Frk. S0 00 C.le A Co. lid. ma,-*! FUKNITUKB FVlWITl'wr_-R 1 ,| Q h m~M oflera lh, %  Wowlrli New Mahc>ny furniture Dining chair. • par pr Tub Chair* m* Op par pr Corklail Thle* Hi> 00 IIS 00 Btreamllnrd Moirla chair* t3S M'each. Vanilla* HQ each alao unpainlad ruah chair* roekeri and .tool* Nol fonratlUuj a large aaaortmrnt i,f •erand hand furniture Call al Ralph Beam, fumiihlng ahow room>. H.-rdwood Alley Open lam tn 4 p >n dally Cloee Mlurdtur inoom Phone 4*al II I •—tin LIVES iOCK COW P. Hd Mi Ha Heifer, bv R 1 BHII Prince Albert. 1* 3 week. old. Dl I J. W SmMh. Radcot. |to> W n R. ii .h.pi-1 i i MISCELLANEOUS % %  a.r.,"iai — n7w. COntorl O. S. Cnppi,, at IDS n. Mqt IS. I SI -ft. CAPS I'lAitir Shower Cap*. Ir variOTii pa Hern a. Tin earti. Thi Modern Dreaa fthoprte Kill %  DIVING nnOQMt! ftllin votiraeli In the MM. by Mrlnvnirw under attrr. ant! throuch vonr loffM admire Ihe n.ul'iCOJourad Ikah aruund >ou KM*,in a I'Hor.NIX 111.31 -Jo For a pxnl tomr alter the Phi Ir* %  'RCVI.II <\kt u**r on Bai ltd ..ii.i pataublr prcpai-iHon. Price 11 Ooi KMGKTS LTD Till: lir.XAM. (UrMIWT in I M Tn II,. -.'...i.,,. ,,%  val.mble irmrdv KNIGHTS LTD m i at ? T iBYPim ll.c r.oler.ive Oei Dir4nlrctuiit ideadly lo Oerma. vnd It u**d In the klck-roohi lor -praying pur poea and ..nd brulart Hric* 40c I- carrr. M acraa tour graaa t acre* 13 perchaa In preparatioi road*, yard* ale Inspection on application to Mr. Orrnond Knlglit on thp prpnilaei YEAKWOOD A ROYCK %  MMfMffl II. 1*1—I r %  C. PXDVANClerk. M Michael Ve*n. ' >.S1 I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application ol Eldica Thompaon of Ci.apel Gap. si Michael for pcrmi.-K.ii to .|| spirit. Malt Liquor*. Ac .1 a board and ahlagle .hop will, .hed.ool attached al Chapel Oap. si Michael iMted II.ItTih dav „i j.„,..,, |a_u' To it A McLKOD. -.. ISH.ce Maguual*. Dl.t • A CLDICA TltOMlsos N B ThU pppUcapn MB t! MM reed al a Larenalng Cc.irl to bv held ji Polite CowH. Dl.lrlct "A" on Mifdd\. Ine th dav of J .n..ar> IMl at |t o'ei^k. am. I A M. II. Hi Pol.ee Magi*lrate. Dl.t A \OTHIS TAKE NOTICE ZEPHR0L TVai MAY A ftAKBR I.IMirrj. IrfMah coaatton, trading aManuftvr U wt .. i PaWt" infant v aial IIXHI*. plaitrr*. Material fi I naiarMl for wappawg toatn ..iiniaumpreparation, fa weed* and daatroong vnmn. ba entitted to ragtiief the *. one Ktaoih fraan the Ifrth da TAKE NOTICE ANTHISAN Thdl MAY HAKFI IIMHH' j llrultfi Cnmpon>. Iradlng a. Manufartiir. .g CbarntaU. who e trade • % %  buatnea* addrtwr iDdgonhanv Eeaaa. aM|Un aaMftPII* .r n ptrt %  re* m.tenal for MhiUii.* i>al IOI I MUM taetii panto I •• %  %  MHirltra* a,-l I M, rdPMe lee pod pmldre. r—I will rrdaUi to rwg.-i. PUP* afli %  Ml MM ! %  %  itti I ( Ipmiai ueilrai raane pec.,. Mtail n itrme llvr itcc IP dupi ..' ,f oppoailun tnade mark Toe iran on g p pllppllon at m> Date.' 'hi lth 4a> of Jaruiar IP M WTIJ.IAV*i HetTletrpr ol Trade Ma'. pnani MUM l<>ada. p>a*ter> inaterul lot handapirtp material fni •topping HrPth dental wa; ,ii.infecta.it> praparatloei* (oi "II % %  -coda and deaUoyina' **rmln. and will h.enliUed to rpflPUi the a-m. efi ,.r iwanlh from Ihe Ifnh day nl •MM) IMI uflloaa PPPfic pertoi. *han n, Ihe meantimr glvr nottor In duplwai. IP raw at n, pMre of ppp-altloi. of aucli i•" II WIL1JAMS Rrgnrtrar of Trode Mara. TAKE NOTICE EARM BRAND V FAPRIKK VAN Ml IRUDVCTTN DKR VTrNti.ll' M'tValJasBDIM a brnWk, CprpgPM | dull organiinl under tin law* ol ihe INetntrlano.. Mnuuta. ti,r< i-.ui Marrtuirtta. whope trade or au.merddrota I* II Pe.**-tn*dani Rotlerd>i' 'Tfca M lMiiilpiiflai baa applied foi UM •A p| Ragtater tn reapn • of milk MM milk and datry rd<<> and pr. I'uct.. derliait fran, aame alao prodii I II-, liming the aald ftoa-l Kit. edible Ma and porr.dpe. prl -Hi b rniltled to reaiptr* the aam d*, Pi ahall TAKE NOTICE THE undrmgn-d will prl up tar aald I'y public Competition at their office Roebuck Street. Bridgetown on Friday the IBth Inilant al 1 p.m. IVANTON With the land thereto belonging containing 11.113 aquare fret, mtuate at Top Rock, ChrlM Church The dwrllingbouae comprlRM thrro bedrooma with large built-in cupboard*, rrpactoua lounge, dining room, and modern klichrn. together with two Iliad lolieli and btlha Servant room* and k*rnge Tha property commandi a mag. rlfleent view For further particular*. inapeetlon and Condition, of Rale. Apply to R. . Nicholl. A Co.. Tplaphone 3P3S 1.1.51-On Html II i 1 rOR -Ml OR l.l s i KENDAL HILL Chrlal Churcn. Ownar leaving laland aoon. Two fled roorna. Dining Room. Drawing Room Kit.-i.rn. Shop attached, enrloppd Ytrd. Itoiiar wire awaiting current. 3 Rood' 3! I S IVrche. of I-IKI Ap|>ly M D. C. Ford, on prrrruar*. 1.. 1 ;.i r„, nprtiKARLE Dwelling hotve railed xiurKZEiJEY" (Unding on approimatrlj I rood 3u percbaa of land at Maxwell Coaat Road, Oirm Church The hour* contain* open Vrrand*h Pi-wlng room. Dining room. Rreakfa.l loom. KJIthen Ttaree brdrpoma with orea-ing ropn. ..nd nirurtor w1r-. .!,.-,,-ialr*. OM lap. bathroorn wraUira U ."mi'Ulii Electric! Three %  prranla' room in yard. Oarago for two rara. Thp above property will W apt for palp try Public competition at c Office Jama* Str**t on Friday II UQUOB LICENSE NOTICE The application of Imnl Orlflllh of Nrlaon Street. SI Michael f..i perml* ion lo aril Spun* Mall Liquor. Ar at bottom door vf a J~ator*y wpjl And wooden building 111 Neiaori SI Citv Daiad thi. |pth day 01 Januar* HS1 Tor A. M.-I |i Hi Ragi Police MaglMiata. %  RMBT ORIFFITfl %  application will be eor.ilered pi a Licenairg Court to be held at Pollro Court. Di,.,),, ••^ %  on y, lt i B rlock. it* of Ji %  HI LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The appl trillion „, .erneae RIcMMt Of Dn-TPll, Rd. Cl.n-1 Church. f.„ pe, mitaon to aril Splr.i.. Malt llqiutr A> • 1 a board and %  ho.g.e 'hop with *hedmof altpchpd at liayrall. Rd Chrl." 11. .mi. within DIM "A" Dated thi* HHh Ipv of January. ItAI To r A. McLBOD. Baq Folke MagKtrate DUt A VtHNKS>. IUCIIAHDH. Applicant NH Thi. application will be roiiild • errd al a Ltrt-nalng Courl to be held M Police Court. DtntTtct "A'' on Fild.iv Ihe Mth day of Januprv. ttfll at II liuroi: LICENSE NOTICE %  tdnlpnu W0.KH1, 01 lullodpo P.-.l. Si Mfor 1-. miHton to apU 4pi.itMult i.iq.ior* *. . Irtl ami .hlngle I M'PrUoi by appointment Dial MM YEAKWOOD A POYCE. Solicitor* "1S1-U-. CulkMirn Rnad. SI Michael I..I..I fhk. ISth da. ol January, IMI. E A. MelXOD. I -: Policr Magl.lrilDht -A' ADOLPIIUS WOODING Apuluanl i H TIMapplication will be coniudil al a Lire nan* I ,111 fat ba bptd *| H OMtrirt "A.-1 Th.itMlri< lh dav 01 Janupr> |p3l M 11 %  . •eiic.. Man..I* I 1 trade or bu.uie-. ad.lre*. M fW Hrventn A**' % %  New Yo.k l l ,', 1 Ftp* > %  fulled Stale, of America ha. applied foi me reai.'rpllon of a irade mark u. Ian -A" nt Radiator in reapert of phoraM'Mm Tver-nle.. pb,.n..iapii ...ord. and im.nl 1.1.,.. and will he enlitleri to redat.i Ihe jme all.! one month from Ihe ISth day ol January. IMI. untra* torn* BrMD .hall tat the meonini.e give oik.in duplicate to me at m. office of oppp-i' %  pi Mrtfe I -. Irati.m The Irade n.ark can be wen on application ti my pmre DMed thi. ITth da. of January la*! / 11 V.IU.IAMM Re|i.1rar ,.f T'.TAKE NOTICE Columbia That COLUMBIA HECORDS INC. a poipnration orgamreo and tklPtJM undeihe law. ol Ihe Stale ol Delawaie. Uniled RUtp. of Ainerwa. Manufa.ioier-. - % % %  trade or bimne*. Pddre*. 1. ? Seventh Aver.,,. New York II. Rtale ..f Nw Yoik fniteti Slate* of America, ha* applied for Ihe regnfrptton of a trail' mark in Part %  A* af Iteanater in reaper! nf phonograph B '.iking mpchine.. partand atfroaaoirtherefor namol). record bruahr rr-ppai'i.e-die. or rt'li. record enveiope rrcord •Ilium, needle r,,pand Ave< ,-. Mow V...I II ' % % %  nltod HUte* of America hp. applied tor itg aata, radio and 1 ..nplHtei pnattamriUni and rerti haoiat*. and leak, grid ronderuer. nidi* Igtapp and n l hall 10 It,.plirale lo gPJ al my aence of opp1 1 Dated |hl. ITth dav nf January ItAI ll WILLIAMS Police Migtrtrate. \Mi"ll SUIT-LENGTHS—I11 Orov Pin Stripe^ MM per length of 3V. yprda lake a hint brother, you'll never get It al thi* price %  fain And whal f more Ml fumi* 1 • pair of pantt (Or llltlp ovpr a £ St.nwa; SIOTP 17 1 SI 3n SAFE -Una I^rge Ftre-Proof Safe In I >wftprl condition DlmprpM o n* Inalde I fart wide bv S tart hUh. Apply R. S. Nicholl* Co. Tplpphona No SMS Tin til STOCKINGS Kayaer 31 gauge Denier Nhlon Slocking*. [AVPIV SI. .dr. All • ire. 13 11 par pair. Modern Draaa Khoppe It.1.81—dr.. TAIlIi<:ixyrHH--plplle Larga Tableciotm -PrrMv Panama M %  M MM each The Mod*rn Drr*a Shoppa. HIM -fin. TABUTTS De Wi Stomach. He-rl1.u.. Gaatrilu No matter ware vou are e what you are doing you can take then and no waler *• needed. Ihey diaaolv. •monthly on the tongue Price II box Knight. Ltd II 1 Ir—Ml YACHT—'"Pater Pan" 13 a ft Racondillonad 3 rail ol aall*. Phone 3333 IT I l-3n WANTED TWO ROODS OF UAICD aKuale ai Turning. It Mlahppl. In lh. %  Mr. Rnringer a* tena-i tharaol. Tha above will ba apt up tor *aU al public competition at our aWae ir l.-ra. Street. %  rMfPtowi, on Fflda. Iha IMh January IMI. at I p.m CAHRBVOTON A SCALY. Solicitor. 13 1.11 Tn I'lHlH N4TTICSS LKfCOK LICENSE NOTICE The apphr-*'!..!. of A T Taylor Ud of CoMrldt* Street St M.charl. (or premraeton to mi RrMrM*. Malt Liquor. at a I-ator*>v wall building HI ridge street and Mahogan. U.~ Clly Dalad HUB Itth r.ay ol JanuarItll a H A. TAIaWA. Eaq. 1 'ill' r Ma* %  :. %  %  I>f LTD par A E Tayt.r. An N It Tim application will be conrtd ered at a LaranMng Court to He kold a Pok-e Court. Dtalru-t "A" -r Thnrad... 11.. *ti. 4a> %  • %  J-,. —. ,, HB1 o'etofk. a m H A TAIA1A PolWr Manadralr. Diet A II 1 SI Ii niAUFFrTl'R Gardener Referer.rei and rrperience required. Write, dating paitk'ilar* to Bor 'A* 1 C o Advocate Co. I Jl-n i-HF-F. WAITER—Pint cUaa cirri a par k n ifed French and Creole cooking. Bl*o Head Walter for New flnt la*a raaUuranl oppnmg In port-of-Spain. March prf. On|v eperienred men naad ai-plv Write giving particular* of P O Box Ma. Port-of-Spaln Trinidad. B W 1 III tl—n. LIO.COR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Grar.vllle Millar voider of Liquor Lie erne No .ta oi IMI. granted to h.m in roapact ol bottom floor of a I-atorry Wall building at corner of Kin* Wm. and Nelaon Iquor Lleanre Ar at ground Aaor of 3-atorry wall and wooden buildup Nelron StrPBl Clt. Dated UM* 1Kb dp> of January IMI a H A. TALMA, atao I-..., Ma aj ga.pt. DIM "A" ORANVlLLE Mil.; AH Applicant NB—Thi. apwlacaiion will ba ronard.rrd at a Lkmung Court to be held it Police Court. Dirtrlrt "A" on Frlda' the Mih day of Jmuary. IMl at 11 •ki-k %  tn. M. A TA1>IA OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE ASIUTANT rill HI OF APf-rAI. nquitabW Judadlctk>n> Gi.TTFRHD AIX1EHNON FRANCIs Plaintiff II.YS-SES ST AUBYN Rl'DnFR defendant IN pun) ..nee of pn Order In thi Court In tha above action made on tne 13th day of November IM0. I give nolle to rll per win* having any palate, right or miercat in or any Hen or inrumbranre afTaclmp-. HI Ihat rortiiin place or poreat ef land ML 1c at Sweet notion. In Ihe pariah of Saint George and I.land aforeeaid conI-11 ,ug by admaaruremaril two load. tlUrtv pa n 1 1 or lharaaaboiit* abutting und bounding on two Mdaa on land.* of Aadrewa Plantation, on land* now 01 late ef one Mr* Doth and on Land* fotmerly of J Small but now of Mr All.rt Ruddar or how-arer aiaa tha %  .i.c may abut and bound: to MMaj before IM an account of Uielr aald claim with thai, wllnaaaa*. aaraumant* and voucher., to be examined by ma on any Tuq-daa. or Flldav between the hour, of 13 inoonl and 3 o'clock In Uar aflamoon. at the OfBca of the Clark af Iba Aaalatant Court of Appeal at tha C011H Houw. Bridgetown, before the Mth day of January IMI, In otdar thaauch claimmay be ranked according to the nature and priority thereof reapectivttv, otherwlac ruch perron* will be precluded from Ihe benefit ti •'• pM PrCT*and ba deprived of all claim ,on or agalrut tha aald propart. CMImanta are alao notified Ihal they n u attend tha aald Court on Wadnaa day. tha Mth day of January IMI, at IC o'clock am when their *>ld claimIll ba ranked Given under my hand thi. 'ill. day I November IfM. I V. GUJCEri Ag Clerk of lt,e Aa-latpnt Courl of Appeal MJlt pn TAKE NOTICE MASTERWORKS Til-' COl.lTMniA KEt'OltDS IM .. I the law. nf me Slate ..f Del-, liade at bu*inea. addrr.. ,TM Seventh A l'nile>1 Mate, of Ainrii.i (.,.. auultrd fn %  ftp ...tan.ml nil" r-i.lmli u.'l ol A,.-.irNew York II, "" —^.._ -. ..pi.tiPlioii of a wane foara %  %  —• A .„,"' "Ml.ler in rr-pe-l ol phnnnprai.i, .. IHd i-.-i.l Wan* I milled to irglater the ..me a liar oi.e ,. I, fiotn the Itlh day .1 JPPM*M>. IML ink-.. jo,ne per-on .lull m the raeantm.a-.notice m duplirato lo HP .*'_ ."* 1* *l_2"* r "' ,hm •' • %  h repi-iiaimn T. .de mark can ha aaan on pp-prrrprinn Dalpd Th.a ITth da. ol J.,i„, IMl p-.ppa.agft VOUNO LADY for Caaablai Cream Parlor lopponte SI Lai Gap' Apply by letter only The *ur. ceMful Applicant will be notahed MISCELLANEOUS CUSTOMERS TO SUPPLY w Itn p.." Fiewh Milk Pnlrrprtor DBIM Farm IMI II IQ Bit GOAT llrillv gO"^ roung goal her and Raaaanable prtc. Tel 1113. BLUE MODEL BOA.' CARTONS Delivered the Robert i Man.if act .1 i;,iod n POllc %  l.l DM M-l IH|i oil LICENSE NOTICE ,application cf William Jordan holder af liquor larrnw No IMI ol IMI gr-b'r-J b> Vaalet De Cararo I. rrapact of bottom floor of Blue L eo — %  b.iiid.nf. known a. Roaary. Nelto" IBraet CBy for p*imu."m to uwai^ IJqu..r Larenar at ..id pTPmlraa. Nelron Straet Cfty Dated Ihi Itlh day of J*nuer>. IMI Pol.e MagUt.-te. To II A TAJ.MA. tag Wm JORDAN. Anoor.i.l NB Thi. •pplleal.o.. will be conaHl pred al laceoauv Ca**rt to ba held a %  ThurwdB' lb* Mlh day al January. IMI at I .,-Clack, a t% A TAJAIA pouca MjaMWatp. DIM "A' UI3I %  No. 48 SWAN STREET OFFICIAL SALE BASRA DO a. IV IRI A.-l.TAM Itll II OF APPEAL lEqultablp Jurtadlrtwni GOTTrTUED ALOEMNON FRANCIS Plaintiff ULVMMe* ST AUBYN RUDDER dafandant NOTICE i< Hereby given |hat by vlrtua of an Order of tha AaaLtanl Court ol Appeal dated the lath dav of Nopambe IMQ than wUI be pat up lor -ale to the hlaJheat bidder at the OflVe of tfi^ Clark of Ihe Araurtanl Court ol Appro. at Ma Court Houar. Bridgetown, batwaan UM houra of li inooni and 3 a'rlock In tha aftarnoan on Frtdrav. the Mth day of January IML All that certain piece or par.wl of !* %  • alluale at Sweat Bottom in the pariah o( faatnt George and lalaod .forpeald conMaMhf by adnvaaauroanant two rood* Mark-, pare haw or tharop fa nula abulllng p..bounding or. two aide nan land* of Aralrewa PlantaUon. on landa now at late of one Mr. Daah and on landa formerly of J Small but now of Mr Albert R u adar or however abw th*> than road tha aaM pro party will ba PPt u( lor aale on every aucceeding Friday Ad. Clark of Iba AMMU* (iffpr-. in irfitinfc "ill be rdMiviNi b.t (" %  nndppiitni'l UM I'nbliiTrust.'.', HI th.PubL r..iii.ii.n--. BrisifrHown, itt IRI.T tliini 12 noon on Thundny, 26th January. 1051. t.r th.rfiilrtl (,r |p*U Mo iS ,.m Si i. % % %  !. RrttpTctfiU It, U frmn Isf Man'b. 19A1 Arrpliranls Rrsi gr any offrr r T RBADUtT I'nbliiTni-t-f mill %  I1 fit—*l I* entitlrd i'* month from the Iptn da. nl %  nv< notice In .lupl—1> lo me at n, offh-p of oppoaition of parr. ;> A D.ied Itll IMh dm ol jMHUfrt IMI MrLEOD, Eaq Pnlare MaaOarrata D--t A A E fAYleUi I Tli ,, A E Tayl.o Appllr.nl Nil Tinikpplu ,',.... -ill be conud • rod pi a Lkren-ing <-„.II i to be nei.l .< PpMjrp Cnnri fl-nrli I A" n.. Tburadat the Mill dv of lannan IMI ii II n-cta) -. ., C A MclaKUD i *tiala. Dial "A 11 1 II in Mill KAI.1^ an s-..tui M.nd Oa* Ca •Jif-nrl Plnlah I Holll'ig Burner. I Orill Hume. OIIIIMAI. (. (I o ItS' I roin INDIA. CHINA BCfffTI Silk. Curios. Hr. -.swiiir. Jt'vvrls, Lini'iis. Ivory, Ti'iikvvood. S ii n d II I. I iciu Ii IVt limn Barbudfis Scurvps in Purv Silk, Elc, Etc. i II A M liri.s. v/Ay////////////AVW, NOTICE 1 iMptkWl ar.mvilwi for (CBIRMTC right to .-Hi liquors, lunchPs and Iran u\ Ki Ington Oviil during the -I Trinldid Tour (.ipproKimatHy from F.-bin. iv 12th to 27th). Tendon are required to UbrnH ( yrlce ligt* /or drink* hct as well AI pror' nd mdfjfjj of the lunchn. • rlcM fur ihr. AMO"ifTPr frrim tha %  • %  •''••' piibllc these IHMiLrinltr-fl V T.-t.der ..n H li | n vltcl for the trinaportatlofi Trinidad players from (fee lintel tn ihe Oval and lurk during the Tnurna.t T>ntlera must reach the l' i rv Stary at C. T. n's OITIce not later I |i rn on MfMatfay, %  "?nl. 4 Tha AsKorlnMon doai not bind iUelf to Mecept \ thr lowest or airy Tender BARBADOS CRICKET AKSOCIATION, INC W F HOYOS, Honorary Stcietniy 7 1.51 —fin SHIPPING NOTICES • %  IMi I'M LUilt-l, VI *. / I INT. \C.A-4lku %  rhedolpp) | A-lrlaide J>nuar> lh Me I lour n... ,.rv IHh. Rtl.b*oe .>.. a-ilne* February TH, Arriving •ard and -..-,., PHRSi .—rikrulae, abRly.I RNEM. WITIIV COMPAh-i uantP uni -tiKioNm OWNFUJI .ISOCIATIO*'. le. Te*SpMMie: 4M1 )m,A&X>CL S'^nAhtpCo. HWi tOKK SKRVH'I: %m £. w ? Tbaak. aaau ISffh Jam.i nfEW OSLRANS SF.RVICC %  LtoarrlHe tail11.1 Daeambr. a,,.., lU.bado. ail, J-, Itoanarr th January > j.i .pi, PrMtaatt .. IMh Jaawafy fnd February CAatAD.AV SCHTirg. AIA'OA J-..I ANlf ROIRRT THOU LTD -New York and Unlf l.i.< Aplv DAOOaTTA CO LTD -CinadloD Brtvka PASSAGES TO EUROPE ContMl Antilles Product*. 1.milled. Itoseau, Dominift.. for Milnig lo Europe. The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or ReMCff i.im Smiii. tsrtj t70. uaual reductions lor children. NEW RELIEF FOR ARTHRITIC PAINS But IMW treatment does more than MM these terrible agonies. A new product, l)l>: t'IN. tin* been rrr-nted which not only give* ]rron.pt. relief from tha paindue lo thn pymplnma ot arthri.ikSaj iliiiumatipm, but abm affacta tha melnlxihi' procrwaea which ronatiiuia R very important part of the rheumatic state a background IXJLOIN baa been thoroughly te*tod in mndi.-nl llMtltutlona, in ILCIN ia beirut uaed now with uniirecedeotsd PUCOSM. UOI.f IN IH living prvprribaal by dortora note. And munv %  tiffarcrp hnve nlm-idv i.-iiimed normal living aa a rmult of lahing DOLCIN. Ilou't dalav. F-rofit bv the ep.rience of fellow.vinim* of these [nine. Ctet DdLOIN today. A hollle of 100 nrrriou* laHita t.-ta BOOKBW Orvr. STOHKSBridoetoim end Alpha Pfwr FOR WKLDINO BATTERY c II lli.llM, MOTOR RI:FAIRA &f . 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Iterate. Atottat ESTABLISHED 1895 Tlll'RSDAV. J.XNCARY I*. ISSl RED CHINA REFUSES CEASE-FIRE OFFER FIVE CENTS Barbados Needs New Hotel, New Terminal Building—Now Says T.CA. Official CINCE the establishment oi TCA'. nrvioa to narbadoh more than I creased 100% Mr. F. Maurice McGregor, Operation! Man: the Owny Sarvtcea . A special tribunal acquitted him of the major charge at waging war against the Union oi Burma Sentences will run eoocurrently and Scagrave will be treated as a first clasa prisoner. Doctor Seagrave. It, who was born in Burma, has praetsBad medicine 20 year* He Is Iba Butter of tw.i book* "Burma Surgery'" and "Burma burgeon returns". He was arrested last August in connection with events which took place in Augst and September 1949. when rebels over-ran Namkham in the upper Shan state area where he was working —Renter TKAININU SCHOONER "Sunbeam'' ride* gratefully at anchor tn ffcHllafcl Bay •ftHa throe member* of hor crew repair part of the thontands of yards of sails that bear hor aero** the ocean. Unset) t* Captain Lan BJUH*. uni Vietminh Starts New Offensive HANOI, Jan. 17. Vietminh insui gents hivi hia a big new counter attac. Only Bad Weather Can Stop Air A Hack TOKYO, Jan. 17. Qenaral Hoyt Vandenberg. United States Air Force Chici oi Stall, told the correspondents here to-day there was no such thing as a holeproof defence against air attack. After a two-day visit to Japan and Korea, he was speaking on the eve of his departure for the Cnited States. He said World War II had proved thai nothing but weather could stop air attack effecth British defences had accounted for eight per cent ol the attacking German aircraft, but he believed that the present United States defences could account for up to 20 per cent of any attacking aircraft —Renter More Flights T.C.A. is anxious to operate additional flights to Barbados and many additional dollar* Uvsahv be brought to the colony, he said A point he said that should not be overlooked is that some penpie think that hotels here will not be occupied during the summer months. This Is not so beVusa there are many people. who. for various reasons, cannot visa Barbados during the winter months who are eager to take advantage of some of the lower excursion fares and lower hotel rates. Commenting on the new runay. he said that he landed on u ii Saturday for tta Brat lime ami thought it was a good otic in evarj respect. He felt that Barbados should be commended for the speedy action which was taken to provide a first class ICAC standard airport which would result In many more visitors coming to the island. While all those lotareeted la the airport were grateful tot the speedy action which was taken. it was now Important that Immediate consideration ibould be given to enlarge the terminal building which had proved to be totally inadequate In size for tba accommodation oi the large number of passengers. Barbados has an airport of which they could be very proud and legislation should be enacted so that the authorities then might have power prevent unauthorised per: animals or thin&> from cntcnni: unauthorised places. This legislation could be similar to that ft forced in other countrid had frund It necessary to resort to it for airport control. Sho-.ld taxation concession provil
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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, January 18, 1951
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Iterate.
Atottat
ESTABLISHED 1895
Tlll'RSDAV. J.XNCARY I*. ISSl
RED CHINA REFUSES CEASE-FIRE OFFER
FIVE CENTS
Barbados Needs New
Hotel, New Terminal
BuildingNow
Says T.CA. Official
CINCE the establishment oi TCA'. nrvioa
to narbadoh more than I
creased 100% Mr. F. Maurice McGregor, Operation! Man-
: the Owny Sarvtcea vocate yesterday. But owinj; to kick <-i adetguab
aecommodPtion the position It bwoaitnfi rather alai n
.:,' hoping ii rUI be
possible in :,r.idnalk
their iiiKhi Craquaneft
operate
several flights wccrih
from ICA's point
Hut luck
of hotel acconu
pi
retarding UUa develoi
Mr Mo making a
rfanerul liMpactlOB tour of the
Caribbean urea. He arrived on
Saturday b* TCA. from Canada
accompanied i.v his wife and ihflj
i re staying at the Ocean View
Hotel
Beginning February 21 be
*aid that TCA. will be opera]
Inf two nights to Barbados |
lot ly, there is a demand for
even more flights, but it i
mp ... t meet the demands
of tm Canadian public win.
have laajtblj expressed their
desire le vtaU Barbados
They hatl however, found it
tt rt-fu-e passages to
:he large number of people who
vantcd to come here because ad-
ditional iiotel accommodation was
i not available
I It has been relish) v reported.
\i Qragoi Hi.it iba had
Ing In .Is of Barbados have, and
conllnw to fled it nee
rafu ecemmodatlon t
limns who have
rlireetlv with them
sunns in \i(i isi i hai
Hr. "1 \i i.'lt I i. gregor
By
Doctor Jailed
Burmese
Court
RANGOON. Jan. 17.
t'liiteu Btataa Doctor Gordon
Scigravc. was sentenced here
to-day to six years' rigorous Im-
prisonment on a charge of "en-
couraging, harbouring and com-
iorling au enemy of the Stato of
Burma Union".
He was also sentenced to one
year's rigorous imprisonment
under the High Treason Act for
aiding the enemy by omplvin*
medical ii>........
A special tribunal acquitted
him of the major charge at waging
war against the Union oi Burma
Sentences will run eoocurrent-
ly and Scagrave will be treated
as a first clasa prisoner.
Doctor Seagrave. It, who was
born in Burma, has praetsBad
medicine 20 year* He Is Iba Bu-
tter of tw.i book* "Burma
Surgery'" and "Burma burgeon
returns".
He was arrested last August
in connection with events which
took place in Aug- st and Septem-
ber 1949. when rebels over-ran
Namkham in the upper Shan state
area where he was working
Renter
TKAININU SCHOONER "Sunbeam'' ride* gratefully at anchor tn ffcHllafcl Bay ftHa throe member* of hor crew repair part of the thontands
of yards of sails that bear hor aero** the ocean. Unset) t* Captain Lan Bjuh*. uni
Vietminh Starts
New Offensive
HANOI, Jan. 17.
Vietminh insui gents hivi
* hia a big new counter attac.
Only Bad Weather
Can Stop Air A Hack
TOKYO, Jan. 17.
Qenaral Hoyt Vandenberg.
United States Air Force Chici oi
Stall, told the correspondents here
to-day there was no such thing
as a holeproof defence against
air attack.
After a two-day visit to Japan
and Korea, he was speaking on
the eve of his departure for the
Cnited States.
He said World War II had
proved thai nothing but weather
could stop air attack effecth
British defences had accounted
for eight per cent ol the attack-
ing German aircraft, but he be-
lieved that the present United
States defences could account for
up to 20 per cent of any attacking
aircraft Renter
More Flights
t.c.a. is anxious to operate
additional flights to Barbados and
many additional dollar*
Uvsahv be brought to the colony,
he said
A point he said that should not
be overlooked is that some pen-
pie think that hotels here will
not be occupied during the sum-
mer months. This Is not so be-
Vusa there are many people.
who. for various reasons, cannot
visa Barbados during the win-
ter months who are eager to take
advantage of some of the lower
excursion fares and lower hotel
rates.
Commenting on the new run-
ay. he said that he landed on u
ii Saturday for tta Brat lime ami
thought it was a good otic in evarj
respect. He felt that Barbados
should be commended for the
speedy action which was taken
to provide a first class ICAC
standard airport which would
result In many more visitors
coming to the island.
While all those lotareeted la the
airport were grateful tot the
speedy action which was taken.
it was now Important that Im-
mediate consideration ibould be
given to enlarge the terminal
building which had proved to be
totally inadequate In size for tba
accommodation oi the large num-
ber of passengers.
Barbados has an airport of
which they could be very
proud and legislation should be
enacted so that the authorities
then might have power
prevent unauthorised per:
animals or thin&> from cntcnni:
unauthorised places. This legisla-
tion could be similar to that ft
forced in other countrid
had frund It necessary to resort
to it for airport control.
Sho-.ld taxation concession
provil ment, -.aid Mr McGregor, Cana-
dian investors could no doubt be
found to provide thp capital re-
quire*' for a new 100 room hotel.
if loci Invasion were shy
availing themselves of such
opportunity
on the northwest Tonking front )
where the battle is raging 30 miles '
from Hanoi, capital of the Delta in
North Indo-China it was an-
nounced today.
The French unofficially called
for two airrraft carriers, one Brit-
ish and one American, to help
i hem tight the battle.
For the second day in succession,
rebels counter-attacked yesterday
morning but were revelled by
planes and artillery.
At dusk, they again hurled their
forces against the French.
Moroccan mountaineers with
their blood up, chanted fiercely,
' There u no God but Allah," as
they raced against insurgents.
French King Cobra fighters
strafed Vietminh foxholes yester-
day and hundreds of shells bur-t
o. hidden concentrations In
shrubs.
Huongcan village and Vinh-
yen. fortress north west of
Hanoi, were still in French
hands
Nine Vietminh battalions
were engaged in yesterday's
thrust which rut the Huongcan
Vinhyen road. French Officers
said. Another seven were held
in reserve.
A French Communique issued
here to-night, aald strong Viet-
minh forces had attacked
French post In the Bencal ai
40 miles north of Saigon, with
heavy arms and explosives
During the intense fight, three
members of the garrison were
killed and nine wounded Viet-
minh forces left many dead,"
the field.
Ho Vietminh. In a radio hroadoast
picked up here said yesterday
Follow iiik our victory foreigners
re selling their properties against
piastres which are easier to carry
"I warn all my countrymen
that such sales are not valid
"Our countrymen, especially
sectors temporarily held by
French troops must not buy for-
eign properties If they do
want tn run into trouble."
Baaaa
U.N. Patrols Hunt
'Lost Enemy
"i
,9*
Russians In
French Sector
OF BERLIN
pkkun. Jan i7
T'mtynvr armed Soviet arm)
oldiers to-day moved
Ma
Britain Rejects Argentine
Meat Proposal
LONDON. Jan 17
Carlos Hugan. Argentine Am
bussador in London, disclosed to-
day that Argentina had made ,
new offer to sell meat to Britain
,.t 120 per ton and this had
batri rejected
Heater
TOKYO. Jan 17
B>k United Nation? patrols looking for the "lost enemy" in
Korea, pushed out again to-dav on the central and waatern gg? recognisedI French s. vh
, .-,,, (boundary on north Berlin and
fronts against little or no opposition. (looh up RUlird po,,^,,,
But the tempo in the activity of the United Nations has I French occupation forces
increased in the past 24 hour* with Communist bands at-
tacking villages and troops under cover of darkness.
I'stroui fanned out on a MHnilr
from .outh of Wun|u where Urn
OR troops 'evacuated .
ringer like salient 40 hours ago.
Ilu'. all they found in the gloom
of early morninii fog gad sno\.
squalls were Communist groups no
buar than platoons. There were
two minor engagements in the
am about 35 mile-, southeast of
Seoul.
-ON THE-
SPOT
WOODLEY. Berkshire.
England.
A ball that must have had
grudge against officialdom
knocked out the referee in
a soccer match here Later
on it was kicked into the
i roWd and knocked out a
spectator who was an off-
duty referee.


Moscow Defies
"Bible"
VATICAN CITY. Jan. 17.
i dictionary of foreign words
printed by the State publishing
house in Moscow defined the word
"Bible" as a 'fantastic collection
of legends without scientific basis",
according to reports reaching the
fan n
The dictionary gives this defini-
tion of religion: "A fantastic be-1
lief In God, angels, etc.. which has
no foundation whatever from the
scientific point of view, it serves
to oppress classes and to reinforce
the bourgeois classes.
"The liquidation of iKiurgeois
society and the creation of the
Communist system destroys the
basis of religion and replaces its
lies with the laws of natural
sciences."
Jet plane* strafed small Cum
muimt groups in the Wonju area
nfler ground patrols had failed to
flush them out with small arms
and mortar lire
A task force pushed on to the
iflgc of the town in Uie f.ice of
mall arms and machlnegun fire
Two hundred Communist troops
blocking the main road and ion
on a trail lauding away lr m Un-
sown withdrew to the north i fan
suffering 100 casualties.
A "large number" uf Cominu
mat troops was reported moving
south at a point east of Ti.nwum
volcrday. One unit was dis-
persed by artillery tire and n
other a*M spotted later on the
mountain trail north of Tany-m:
British carrier planes tkMtro)
..lerted
Soviet authorities made
liar attempt to move into the
northern lip of th,. Fiem-h ">m
of Herlin in October last year but
after a few hours v;i
vicinity.
Russian armed troops emerged
from the fringe of lui
northernmost tip of the French
sector just before mid-day to-day
and occupied an entire estate in
the Forhnau district of Uu hence
sector known as Neut Outshof
At the time there Mft no
Franca i tarn in po..... on ih.
Spot --II- ulr,
Wants Foreign
Fighting Forces
Out Of Korea
LONDON, Jan. 17.
COMMUNIST CHINA tonight rejected the U.N.
Korea cease Are proposals and demanded the
withdrawal of all foreign troops from Korea.
The Chinese reply issued by the New Ciii.ia
News Agency was signed by Chinese Foreign Mir.
ister Chou En Lai and sent to the Chairman of tho
United Nations Political Committee -which ap
proved the proposals on January 13 ami dlreoMd
that they be sent to Peking.
---------------. .. Tba rapt) said lhal Ibe purpoes
rhi i, mm Art ;*!. par ill >
f lilltr "' "'' ,n ,,hu"" breathing space
illllg i .United States troops.
To America
PARIS. J..ii 11
Frcnth ri'imti lunc Pas"
will go to the United Stales
January 2 and 30 at the invitation
of President Truman, an official
communique said here today
The announcement of Pleven's
up w'as marie simultaneously In
Washington and Paris
It was batleved bore lhal Preai-
dOul Truman WOUld di cuss With
illlar) and ectmomte -
-l^^.l1u^ to In- umvtited to France
under the 17,113 000.000 aid to
Inc Alhe*' programme OUtltnad
President Truman's budget foi
1951/52
Another subject re ent Franco-Ainerlr.in ionsi dera-
tion is what steps are to In- taken
to assist resistance in Indo-Chlna
to ('omniums! nri'iu Ihrre
There have been reports that
the major drive bv Communists in
Indo-china u ichadrulad f"i nb
ruar> Keuter
I buildings "and hit a Utrgai *!* ;r of troop eoneenlralionsl ,,*f< ' Ihe Far bust
Common wcaltli
Offer Might 15.-
"Misinterpreted"
Says St. Laurent
OTTAWA. Jan 17
Prime Minister Louis St Lau-I
rent of Canada said here tbal ilu I
Western nallons of the Common
wealth had been told that the
offer to .send u composite armed
force u> troubled Kashmir to haap
nterpre-i
Itritinli Miners Get
CJI (MM M I. 000 More
YORK. Jan 17.
I.iiti.ii miners delegates to-day
wage Increase worth
r HI.OOO.uOO imm yenr trom the
Drttulta CovcTiimciit and IBKlBr
I'> \iork overtune and accept foreig"i
workan In nun.
The agreement was made lusi
i. k ii-uvreii exaeuttvai of the
VaUoual lh...... .,.,,.
awl ika MaHonal Coal Bawd
which runs Britain's u.-1 I I
minor.
Onl) "lie ol the IM
ii the eiinfeiei
aalaet aadi raaa I i
rii.' ortfOfctH i avui
Pi m Mim.t,, Am.
i mi their oHseaaon and
htm thay would endeavour by
BCBMH tin in........
ilready made.
Thaj alto *> < i
nit Committee of the OOOl
i'.i..,t.I mil the tlnmn to k'-ep
check on the progics of coal
utput Reuter
The Chinese BaM
n- mutt Include the ^ U
ol i\rnartcan ^Il-)p^ tiom Formosa
and the withdrawal of tnit..,
Slates Naval forces from Taiwan
(Formosa) Straits
The Chinese reply aeid "The
principle of the ceasasfre and tin-
negotiations later, is only advan-
tageous to the maintenance and
extension of aggression by th
United States and cannot oossihl.
lead lo genuine peace Theiefot.
the Central Peoples Republic < f
China cannot agree to this prtn
ciple".
foiled States Sccret.ir> of State
Deaa Achaaaa laid In Washington
today that he had m
ofhcial information to uu.n.ti-
whether or not Chinese Cummii
< had accepti-.1 thr fjnitt '
Nations cease fire proposal for
Korea
As press reports were received
,it Chtnaga Cornaaunsata had
jected I he plan, Acheson sai at his weekl> Press Ciinit-n-iLi
that he kTnew nothing more than
what he had read in It-
cports
. MM United Slates sup
-ort for the cease-i\re plan did
>>l n-pi.-icnt .ii} iliange ih
policy towards Communist China.
"a aald lhat the U S wanted
to achieve the United
Nations objective of a free and
nm-i.iUc Korea and that the
KnrMnl B*at-. dirt not wssit to
keep troops In Korea any longei
than was necessary to attain tin
bhwttve Reuter
BEVAN SHIFTED
LONDON. Jail 17.
Ant-iirin lii-vim hitherto MRsHk
i for Health, was u>-night ap
, iintad Minirtei for Labour in a
eshuffle of the British Govern-
ment
Isaacs, former Labour
.1 i : 'i'i i,i-i >me MmlliTI i"i
Pensions Hilary Marquand take.
Ministry fir Health from
Hi-van Healer
RU TIIK ADVtH'ATfc
Till-. NHWS
RING HtS
IIAV nit rfMaaR
'And I've smoked
ivsi'iris m: 11 is.ii iimns i\ hoiiia
Nehru In Paris
LE DOURGBT. Jan 17
lyriian Premier Jawaharlal
Nehru arrived here to-day from
London on a three-day vi.il to
Pnns during which he will hold
'inference with Indian Am-
bassadors and diplomatic heads In
Europe.
Nehru, wffo had been In Loii-
don for the Commonwealth Prime
Mlnfattan Conference, was accom-
panied by Sir Dei.egal Ruu. In-
dian delegate to the United Na-
tl Reuter.
ASSASSINATION?
VIENNA, Jan 17
Rumours that there had been an
attempt to assassinate General
Dwight f> Eisenhower, were so
Vienna to-day that the
newspaper Weltressr
published a denial of them.
-....... i >
the Seoul area and
Heater
"George
Washington"
Destroyed Bj Fire
B M.TIMORE, Maryland.
Jan 17
The old 24.00fi ion Anserican
troopihip Georre WuhlsutUn
which looa Proatasmt Wihun to
The Pe.m- Conference in 19lfl
i practically destroyed' in a
fire which swept :t wooden pier
here Last night
A tugboat and barges loaded
with equipment for the no .
Chesapeake Bay Bridge were ab<>
destroyed
Another big transport ship |rn
fienersl RelanusMl Alennder w
towed to safety.
The fire broke out in a hut rn
the pier which during the laf
war was used lo load thousand
Of tons of ammunition
Firemen appeared t>i tw gettm.
II under control Mrbsfl i la.
' rtuming tlml>er slid in'i
.he water partly under the sle
of !he George WaahlniPm.
There -.-... i .
"n the rear
m st into flat
Seven men
luffled 'xpl.
thr- snip ar
. ._.. -. ------....._.. ..ere injured fight-
-.ered by telephone rull- |inK the damn The cause of th.
rs who wanted to know if the tire was not yet known
umours were trueReuter ReUtn
He told reporters last ought
that the ItlfajetlorJ for such a
florea l0 lw mode up of Common
wealth troops had been advanced
,it informal talks after a long
Confarenaa of Commonwealth
Prtme Ministers, by Pi inn- \lmr
lar Robert Menries of Australia.
The idea had
the hn.....bunion bj aithdraa
ing the troops of India and Pakis-
tan, involved In Ihe dlaputC DV0I
Kashmir ternlory, until a plebu
rite could be held there to deter
e the fate of the state
Prime Minister Liaquat Ah
Khan of Pakistan told a Pre-.-
Contecnea m London yesterday
that the offer had come /mm soinc
Commonwealth nations and had
bean rejected by India eensf
Floods Hold Up
llritish Traffic
LONDON, Jan 17 I
Floods iiisrupte.i road and i ill
tiausport in many pan- of Britain
to-day after "cvcral nour-. of
heavj i bi
In parts of Glasgow bouse <
holder* were warned to l-e re..d>
to vacate th* j, rVOflMI
a* i irici hi one p irl f the cit)
waa cancelled bacauao roads wore
under waiter Trains between'
and London were dl-
verted WrU ... j
of the railway LUM
Thousands of acres of agrlcul-j
vir*l land ware under water In
North Yorkshire Reater
em ever since!
99
know. Iln.'-
ir-t ilu MaarinT i- <|uii
idaeaatlaah lhe* d.....!
i- ipiite a new -I inilar.l
ii)tt\Hieul."
1 nrrrr fauml mi\lhin
in uni! i.ai tmimlh
,i I I r.xfirrt you'll my I
nulr.f fin l-m many."
HYea can't Ii i- loo no-, il
Mill, ilu- little tiller lip la pi
thr.ml. He-ide- il add
il.. 11..
v:=fer-^^
Ami Ihe mullgwen
thr finrtl tohatfo in thr
/uf pl.icr /> */>.*."
INSIIXTIOV or h- Argyll and Bath -'tod Hlrhtsnler* y lU Commander in Chief of h> BrtUsh
forces in Korea. General Robartaoo, during a visit so the front l.nr He Is escorted by AcUng Brigade
Ooauaaad : and C O of taa Argyll. Lirnt. OaL A. M. atsa (sa Mt) who recei.-d the P.0 the sagw
"IKE" CHEERED IN PORTUGAL
LISBON, Jan. 17 n a stale of tension, with 9m menl attended A talk with in
A i round of 3,000 people loudly tmngeat security measures IP Paulo Cunhe. Portuguese Foreign
General Dw -ht Eisen- op. ration since Communist Minister followed at the Foreign
v.rth Atlantic Supreme threatened to oppose by demon- Office
Commander at Lisbon airport Just '(ration* The longest confercn.r of Nt"
before he took off for Rome to- The General continuing his tour day was a 75-minute meeting with
night after defence talks with the of 11 West European capitals be- Lieutenant Color* da San-
Portuguese Government and mill- fan to-day's conference with a tor Dos Costa. Defence Mlnistei
tary leaders Smiling, the Oen- 35-minule visit to the Prime Mln and Portuguese mih'ai nd naval
end told ioumaliats surrounding utr-r. I>r Antonio [)e Olivet.i Im-f at the Defence Ministry,
his plane thai he had "had a won- Salaxar. Major Oemr-I Al'ird General Eisenhower called ot
derful day in Portugal, arvery- Gruenther. hi* rhief of itaft m President Marshal Oscar Antoni< .
thing was perfect" Western Europe and I> .uglaj C. Canoona i/i the afternoon. N '
Ba knowt that Booae awalta bfcm ataaArthac ot the State 5e|ttr>
$1.00 (or 50
'.icrcll never be a better cigarette
du MAUR8EK
TMl EXCIUJIVE FIlIEt t: :> CIC.SEIt


MOB TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
nllBSMT, JANUARY IK. 1MI
Ccmib CdMinjCf
LA4>Y BADEN 1YJWEU* Chief
de of thv Worh
here to-day from England by the
intra.iMi t<
iu*e of Onrniv.il in Trim-
dad and Granada, Lady Baden
Powell will visit these two col-
onies flnrt. However,
spend a few hours on shore thl*
morning
fJbe will u md ii board bv
Mrs. E. B. Williams, l-;..
missioner of Ihe Girl Guides' A*-
socuUion. Maj. Denis Vaughan.
Ihe Governors ADC and Ma-.
C Glinden Ras-d. Acting Island
Commissioner of ihe Boy Scouts'
Association
The Chief Guide will land at
ihe Baggage Warehouse At 9 a m.
Mid a guard of honour of twenty-
leur Guides and twenty-foui
ScouU will be lined ui> U
her on arrival
On ihii ton,
Lady Baden Powell will visit
British Guiana, the British West
Indies, Bermuda the llaham..
Puerto Rico. Haiti and Jamaica
In Puerto Rico at the end of
March, -he will attend the meet-
ing of the Sub-Committee of the
Western Hemisphere Council
From Jamaica the Chief Guide
will return to England hv ablp
sometime m April.
Canadian Wedding*
*X*HE engagement was ar.
* nounced at .1 Christmas
party glean by Mr. and Mrs. Noel
E. Taylor, of Notre Dame de
Orace. of Miss Pauline Man.
Digby. daughter of the late Paul
Digby and Mrs. Digby ol Mon-
treal, and Mr Leslie Ersklne
Evelyn, son of Mr. Charles G.
Evelyn and the late Mi
of Lochmai. b-> Street
The wedding took place at 2
p.m. on Saturaay December 3o. .it
Christ Church Cathedral m dowi.
town Montreal After Mm recer-
tMn the couple left for the Lau-
rentians on their honeymoon
Blazer Patches
A S an indication of their suc-
^a\, eets. players selected for the
golf team which will represent
Barbados )n Trinidad will receive
awards In the form of blazer
patches These have W
broidered by Mrs Walrott of
Otstlns and will be distribute!
Vt the successful candidates at the
barn dance and barbecue which
the Roeklcy Golf and Country
Club is putliruj on at UM CrSM
Hotel on Jan. 20 They are on a
bhie Background with a shield
outlined in gold, enclosing erossc i
golf clubs and the words Barba-
dos Golf Team. I Ml.*'
Back Affain
f\B. AND MRS R. PERCY
*^ WRIGHT of Montreal, who
csme in on Saturday by T CA
have taken up residence at one
of the flats at The Camp. St. Law-
rence They are here for the Wln-
i.*d> 1: \in s row 11 1
Canadian Civil Servant
MIC .inn Mis lUgm-ld II (Rex,
Pi 1 id at lived troro Canada
fstTdny afternoon via Tn1.n1..1
by BW.I A lo spend a holkdoy 11.
Bnrbados Mi Field
Servant in Ottawa. WtM 1
about six weeks they grt staying
at the Windsor HoM
Arts Officer
MR JOHN HARUISON. Ai.
Officer of the British Coun-
l 11 in the Caribbean returned trOfH
sjgfdtj .ittcrnoon fry
H W.l A lie was In Trinidad tor
three days.
He whs hi and St
Lucia on .1 On Three Months' Leave
AMONG the arnv.iN her.- OH
Ignrtajf morning l>\ Bat
lad> Nelson wu> Mis. C, Low-
man. who is on the stnfT .>r th-
Maternity and Child Welfare Cen-
tre in Georgetown. B Q
Miss Lowman is slaying at
Alma Cot Guest House. SI Law-
rence, and is on three months'
indium.', SJii' hoiws in tisi! *; r -1 -
ada on her way back to it <;
Sponsored By British
Council
MAJOR O. F C. WALCOTT.
Superintendent of the Gov-
ernment Industrial School, leave*
to-day by the GaMta on a tour
01 schools fur juvenile delinquents
and prisons In England The
v~il is under the auspice-, of the
I ritlsn ft tonal) god he expects to
return to Barbados towards Ihe
middle of May.
On Honeymoon
MR and Mrs Victor Gorrinn
h.iv. their son I;*v,ii ..n.v
fog (ram England to-day with
his bride in spend their honey-
moon in Barbados David bat
Jtatt returned from Belgium nnrt
othei 1 arts of Europe. They will
be here for an indefinite stay
They are arriving by the
Medical Adviser Rsturns
DR J W HARKNF.SK laedl
cat Adviser to Colonial
ih '.el..pment and Welfure who
accompanied Dr Prldie. Chief
Medical Offleer at the Colonial
oriice. to B. O. returned yestei-
> j.v iilUrnoon via Trinidad by
BWI.A. Dr Pridie ha* gone t.
Brazil and will be returning lo
Barbados on January 23 Dr.
Pnriie will then be visiting some
of the other West Indian islands
and Dr Harkness will again
accompany him.
Short Visit
MR BRIAN iUIGGEN lapre-
entatlve of McNab, Rougser
4 C<> of England and Mr. Jack
lobmt-oii. Managing Director of
H E Robinson Co.. in Port-
of-Spain arrived from Trinidad by
R W 1. A yeaterday afternoon
Mi Robinson'*, wife and family
.in* at present In Barbados He
rill >- here for about five days
Mi Duggen cvparts so stay on*
<..
They are staying at the Enmore
Hotel
A Day Late!
ARRIVING a day late for
school wave Miss Roaemane
Sweeney her sister Patricia Iron.
Venezuela and Miss Mary
V.tughan. Miss Janet Scott and
M'- Marie Ntove* from Trinidad
They rimr in yeateraay an
I; W I A't afternoon flight from
1*1 inidacl They are students a'
tin' Ursuline Convent
Retired EJectrical En*, near
ARRIVING from Now York
Oat] veaterdav afternoon via
Tnnldad by B W.l A was Mi
Henry L Reeve.
He has come down lot Bm M
I x weak* and It staying at th.
F more Hotel
Mr Reeve 1* a retired electrical
i"iiuiieer
Second Vi.it
\f(: W WOODWARD repre-
I~l tentative of the Belfast Rope
Works Ltd arrived from Trini-
dud yeaterday afternoon by
II W I.A on a short visit He
w,.s In Barbados (ust over two
weeks ago making this his second
v *it here in two years; he left
here un New Year's Eve'
Mr Woodward Is staying at
the Hastings Hotel
A r r i ve s To -eia >
MISS PEGGY JOHNSON,
youngest daughter of Mr
and Mrs. O. II Jetoneeri arrives
to-day by the Colorable Peggy
left Barbados about three years
ago to finish her education in
England. She is seventeen years
old
Enjoyable Holiday
MR and MRS RALPH DIA-
MOND who spent at, enjoy-
able holiday hare slaying at tin
Marine Hotel returned to Canada
over the week-end
Mr. Diamond is Vice-President
and General Manager of the
Consolidated Mining ft Smelting
Co., of Canada in Trail. British
Colcunbin
DAME NINETTE
The Panto Dancer of 1914
has Come a Long Way
HNsmvts'GiiiiT
Price* of Yeans aass aheeet
potatoes warn the Adhreeate
herkrg yeaterday weee:
rents per lb
paUtoes 3 cents
per lb
H*4ar.
!
*.
B> KVrl.YN IRONK
THE wumun uf ihe wtt-k is a Uauu- liul iiuiluin; tu
lo with pantomlne now. She has been called Ihe Dia^hili-v
of British ballet: Ninette de Valols.
When Margot Fonleyn. Muira Shearer, and the rest of
her Sadsers Walls ballgi enrnpany come back from their |J{,C. Rftilt Pl^rAUK
tnumphant tcur of th% United Statea at the end of next
month, they will not addr-ss her aa Dam.- Ninette, the
mode lo which her appearance in the New Year Honours
List entitles her.
She will still be "Madam" to ballet with music by Constant
them as she is to-day lo everyone Lambert. Then the Edinburgh
al Covent Garden, from the stage Pestival.
door keeper up. Madam looks forward to a hit of
And with all due respect (fur ;, festival of her own in Seplem
like them all I am a little fright ear. That month will see the
ened of bar) I submit that Madam 25th anniversary of the day she
is the word. nnt lolned the Old Vlc-Sadler*s
In line with some other person
who wield great power, Madam
works in unprepossessina gur-
raundlngs and she works extreme
ly hard. You find her
AsVb.u." iffaSSg fe"fsa3E*
IHam eisaiawrtui Tuma*. *"
Uvn#rsll> Ss*sfcms. 1 7> *'*''"r;
Your Bud>. OS s m Ths Nw.. V
^'~'^:.'..rr. ^v?"ir'r='
CholC*. S SS P l
*. 15 p I" S*Of-
SPA OlfhHli.:
eubby-hote of an office in that tin
Wells under the late Lll
Baylis.
Somehow or other rturing thoso
rrrwded years she found time lo
ite ballets too. Her "Job
labyrinth which lie* be-
hind the scenes at the Opera
House
There she sits at a small, aid)
desk, busy with rehearsal ache
itules and all the mulUfgeiou
business involved in directing am-
m-uioglnr not only the cesehratei
aasaser*s Walls ballet compan>
but the lunlor ballet -irnipjn.
and the ballet school as well
A Wotrian Of Iron
With her fragile figure, hei
silvery upswept hair, her large
grey eyas In a pale, pointed-.
rather aad face, she gives an
impression of porcelain brlMl.
neas. But don't you believe it
Here is a woman, not of Di-
den ohlna, but of Ircn.
She would need to be She has
built up and schooled the Sad
kara Wells ballet from a onee-a
fortnight appearance to the pre
ent celebrated dollarearnmu
of Vaughan Wilhanu.
ha- been colled a masterpiece.
She aims to do a new one on the
1. Mm- of Joan of Are.
"My main problem.'* she say*
"1* how t' cram SO hours' work
ksto gae M."
Dickem? No '
Her relaxation Books Much
cf her reading is done in the train,
on her way home from London
1 Sunningdale where she lives
- ith her husband, Dr. Arthur
i -111-11
Hei choice Jane Austen
George Eliot, Meredith. Hardy
1 Jude the Obscure Is one of the
Greatest novels ever written" I
Aladam enjoys the astringent
Tnackeray. too, but not Hicken-
f"l simply csnnot read him")
How Edr-i* Stannus (as she uas
torn at the family home in the
V/,rklow Hills 52 years ago! came
1 be .1 hallet dancer she herself
'md- it hard tu explain "I always
-nloyert dancing as a child, but
. ... 1
S SB p m mow 10 ui'
Brstnnw rSrs4. I SO P
7 in (> f Ms-sn Analytu. **.. r
W. sm -main. 7 U p m Onwr-
aVSCasvli S%2
KJasc ?2; j.4^"-. |Ssg
Do >i'u SMti-mbsi. IS0B p SV*jfc
Ntw. It 10 (. ii. Fn SSBl SBBSBSB>
al.. 10 ii p iii Ts- tl troj; "* '".*
p m Uf* n> Britain; 11 so P " tiw
Mm,,! of Sid sminip- snd hi- bsiki
Berlbi. London. Barcelona. The
Hague, Munichand, of course
Monte Carlo, where thv company
were drilled so hard that afUr ..
particularly strenuous day of re-
hearsal without time for fOdO
drink, she wept wtth tiredness
she dressed for the evening ftaTlet
Carnaval.
Two things melt her heart She
always finds time to be kind and
understanding to any of her
dancers In misfortune. And he
is never too busy to laugh and
play with their children. She ha^
none of her own.
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cssuasnra aSitinui aaTvaausi taaaansKi
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1*1. \Z A ThtmtrrBridgitown (DIAL 2310)
AL MAT. TO-DAY
i si nun stifb on
with
PreddMi aTBWAHT and -Tmiuit
. Do.iWt
I HOl'LOV T OS
l*.l f Shorn TO-DAY 4AS saSsjO Pm >Warn>e< UsBnI
rV'.i.. MOSU3AN--DO.I prjlll'K BkSTSIhv WAtONI.
omb st*!ea*T *fTra)eno. in rrrt>^vnu>t-
gotrial Mat rnda 4.4ft p m is-il
Tn KDSNE in
bh"m. eat st'werr tk*.u
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. ,- SAT 9 .
PLAZA Theatre oisTin
UllltAV. SAT indib (-aeaaroasi INOR1D BUIUMAN auN I ,1 & p.., rtrsraan Douba--DU-k rORAN iTh 8in(lti( r Wher the famiK moved to Eng
id she was eight, and it was
If she were to '-settle down."
he says, she would divide her
t-me hetwaeii her favourite c*lle5
London. Pads. Florence and
Instambul.
But she hss not the slightest
intention of settling down yet.
Now that she is back from supei
intending the ballet in New
York. Lea Angeie-. San rraswa.x,
with 12 days' Interval for a
lightning lecture tour of eight
Canadian towns, she fates a
mountain of work which will
keep her mostly |n aYitnta. lor
the next 12 months at least
Her Own Festival
She will drlvi the company
through 10 hectic days of re-
al the celebrated deportment
classes of Mrs Wordsworth in
South Kensington that she had
her first dancing lessonv The
ballroom was the target, not the
stage
But at 12 she went to n stage
-ihool By r. she was billed a%
The Mhilauare Pavlova." tour-
me aeaside reaorts with a troupe
of "Wonder Children." and a
new naane. Ninctat o> 781019,
chosen by her mother.
Looking back on ahose early
days she says of herself "I have
pur In the British Isles." And
Dame Ninette appeared
r rovent Garden with The Sleep the 1914 war.
"C .c*> " if>bnuiry 21. There were tough years on the
At the Ijegrtnnlng of April she h.Us. Then. fronTlfeS two gru-
will put on a new Ravel ballet, elling. glamorous vars as a bal-
0SL W,.**riy FUmn*r holiday- ler.na undet the merciles- master
hrcak will come anoth- new D.aghilev. She danced In ParTs
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
CH. RLIE SUET. Ihe brain l>c-
hlnd the Correiauon asaard
set up to integrate fuel priorities.
has already produced nrhem.-
Working on his old prUKlple of
two-way registration, back nnd
forth, he has drawn up more than
<0 tables of figures
To implement an interim dlslri-
butlon-schedule, he has divided
potential fuel users into 481 cate-
gories with sub-dtvisions and an
overall apportionment-scale, this
reducing overlapping lo .. basic
muiluium. Each sectional unit of
toe distribution-schedule corre-
sponds to one or mote esscntinl
categories In Its own sub-division.
the non-essential categories thus
being spread over groups of actual
or potential fuel-users To sim-
plify this system even further each
category will be, for non-priority
purposes, under the control of n
regional board with unlimited
powers ,
Drunk In Charge Of A
Foghorn
SUET said yesterday. "Every-
body will soon receive the
new form The numbers on it
correspond to the letters of the al-
phabet, thus giving a clue to the
letter with which each recipient'*
name begins. As a counter-check.
a Bgsaarata leaflet will nrrv only
the letters of the alphabet so that
each recipient con llnd ihe corre-
spondinK number on the other
form. A synthesis of the two forms
will give the initial name-letter
and number necessary before ap-
plication for the key to the various
categories."
In Paaaiait
/"VNE touch of the genuine Com-
V>|munlst pnggishness makes one
realise how much more pleasant
it Is to live amid the madness nml
hnssria of one half of the world
than amid the solemn bcastllne^
of the other half. To a woman
who asked for the photograph of
a Him star, a Cr.ech newspaper-
man replied that it was her busi-
ness lo be more interested in the
output figures of ihe best workers
than In film actresses. If I am V
choose between the mumbo-
jumbo of statistics ar,.1 Trivia
Tansy, give me Trivia Tansy
every time.
Mrs. Potatne's Cat
DFAR .Sir.
/ IBOStM hi,,. i thank fjuj
milkman uhn fieljwd n- it lulu
a bus uesrerdou. Post-tear man-
aol wi bad after oil.
Yri. truly. nii|M Pntafor.
Hal Crisis
1 QATHatR that the Hatters' In-
aV fiirmntlon Centre is prellv
aorious rival to the Buttonhook
Makers' Statistical Grmi|. It has
now been officially staled that a
recent investigation by n team of
expert* revealed that only one
man in Lowes was wearing a
bowler. The 138 caps counted at
Eiistbnurnc were deemed to be
due to the sea-winds rather than
l> .hi. widespread movement back
to headgear. Hut what is alarm-
ing the hatters is the growing
number of men who wear no hat
at all. I suggest a Hat Week, dur-
ing which every town in England
would, h> arrangement with lead-
ing hatters, give owav a bowler
or two lo the prettied yn] |sj the
town, who would p..ss them on tn
haUeaa men of hei acquaintance
I' " ' il^. - ^[i.ni- it wn|.
everythir .ipuens iQ.
day. Too many hopeful hatters
count their hats before they are
batched, as it Basra
Is This So '
T-y:.-lN .Sir
mJMij grandfather, a urea' Irac-
rller fold .,,. that scesair iras ll-
I'enled 6y a Burmese afhlefc
nawivl r See Sau\ Itfha first
Ptew-d U u-i/h ,he eelrbrafed
Crldalovntf U Tel Dauol of Man.
datay.
V'. respecl/ullu.
Atilia MuffoM-Hoolier.
Oi/ Story
A LARGE c.it rescued a fireman
fa. from a tree ycstenl.,% .,t
The cat sat on a bough
and arched its back so that the
fireman could place his foot on It.
A.w.n",n crod. estimated at
371.480, cheered the cat, which
was then seen to be unable to get
down lh, ni.-m.in went up again
to rescue it. and the crowd, which
had now grown t 478.384, la*ln
cheered the cat The fireman re-
leaai i tin cat nut could not get
town hmiM-ii Tha eat, loudlv
Sreol away, lenvlng the
fireman up the tree The crowd,
still cheering the cat. dispersed
with good-natured laughter
considerable bon honile
8mj Thrmtlfrnltr*
Thorogrip
THE anguished howl of the tail-
ors that men no longer bother
much about their clothes briugs up
once more the question of the
Sagging Sock. Threadgold's Thoro
grip Garterette is the aarwer to
this, as to most other problems of
today.
(Managing Director, suddenly
pllcant for a Job: "Sorry. No
noticing the sagging socks of ap-
vacancy." Exit young man In de-
spair. Up comes friend. "Why so
miserable. Pred'"' Fred tells his
story. Friend recommends Thoro-
grip. Back .goes Fred with his
socks as taut as n trapese-wlre.
Mannging Director, noticing socks.
Thorogrip"" "Yes. sir." Manag-
ing Director, pulling up trousers.
Me. too Job's yoars Start today
at 5.000 a year." That evening
Fred and Molly "Good old Thoro-
grip!")
f'innnciai .VoiVs
THE increasins shortage of risk
capita) depending on bigger
dividends, can only be countered
by new loans. But why should
not these loans be compulsorily
transferred to a pool" The result
would be to Increase liquid re-
serves by using the average divi-
dend ratio as a threat to reluctant
investors. This would be the end
of blocked balances, as far as con-
cerned equity shares, and the in-
visible factor of r!l">lrl--'-* risk
would thus become truly .nvislble,
-specially if an interim dividend
were paid out o( the investors'
holdings, previous to freeing the
aptta!
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THURSDAY. JAM \HY In. tail
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
r\i

Labour Prepares PaerT,T8
l? irk-i 171 * ToSavel8-Yr.
ror 195J Lleetion student
LONDON.
Social democracy provldM tin- to the present-da> I Communism, says the
British Labour Party's 1951 Political Handbook, just pub-
lished. The book, revised and issued annually, serves as
one phase of the party's lonR-ran^c programme of prepared-
ness for a general election.
In h forward) Morgan Phillip*
ecre-tasTy of Ihe party, maintain*
Uu I public opinion ha* forced
:in conservative* to take over
niany of the detailed points of
policy originally put forward by
labour. Social security, full em-
ployment and agricultural policy
re cited as examples.
As n mult, he says, vital differ-
ence* of principle between labour
ami Its political opponents may
not bo as apparent on the surface
ihey were 5*i yearn ago or more
recently when ihc conservatives
wero In pOWaW
Bu; they iire there." Mr.
Phflltps insir.ts. "And they are
'.irk as ever ihey were,
once Ute Tory smokescreen has
been blown away. Socialism is
ii a political force. It is
a philosophy based upon beliel
in the liner, nobler Ins I
mankind. Toryism is still a faith
based upon a cynical exploitation
of the lesser Instincts of man "
A Broad Hint
The latM handbook omits any
to withdraw from Persia ,.:o- rejerenee to such controversial
Row No. 2 In
Persia Closes
One Bank
out over Bi in. ti n'
Fetmina week after eight Per-
sian Nationalist M.P-s ntU up
a M5.noo.000 rognltias deal with
the Anglo-In.nian OH Cumpauv
The neu to ...
Fr-m ERIC
The only British bank in Persia
it has been doing business
under British Royal Charter for
more than sixty yearshas been
squeezed out of the Pannan
market p) the Paaataa Ootnana-
ment.
Ttie bank, u i...
more than 34 million has decided
gether and carry on business I
its other Middle Bf
Half Tehitaii ndes in British
cars and wears Bradford cloth.
Big orders are in hand, too, for
heavy equipment.
And as the bankThe British
Bank of Iran and the Middle East
Bandies a groat deal of this
busanev-. the shui down is re-
garded as a blow to trade with
Britain, which may be dislocated
for time.
Reasons for the hank
are rasjtrictaani Imposed bv the
Persian Government
In effect, the hank gsa ogtead
to hand over more than hah* its
deposits to Persia's national bank
without return
Sir Geoffrey Prior, resident di-
rector, said that this bag
the bank in "very severe losses.
Since the Government shows no
sign of framing a law, we are pea-
paring to clear out The mana-
ger's house is already up for sale.''
LSJ.
BWIA May Reduce
Flights Further
iFTom Our 0u Ore- 1- n. -'I-
POKT-OF-SPA1N. Jan IB
In spile ul tin-
Staaeinent bv Sir F.rrol Cat B
Claalnruin at B.W I A Ltd
informBlion obtained from reliable
sources continues to indicate that
not only have reductions been
made in the scheduled
B.W.I. A but th*t fin :
reductions In QmL Hi"
which will greatly hamper th.'
travelling public, and '
of the Wen Indies generally, will
shortly be made.
In some of these services. Trini-
dnd-Tobogo (onedaily) .nm Trini-
dadBarbados (two I
durtions had nlrr;ei
hardships to the travelling publ
and a lot of adverse comment.
It is understood that the staff
will be reduced m the very nea
future
The run from Kingston b
Belize has been reduced from two
flights to one niehi per week
In future, there will be
flights to one flight per week,
on Mondays, when the'
two flights.
Egypt May Order
Home Delegates
CAIRO. Jan. 17.
Egypt's Finance Minister. fc
Dm i'aaha. said to-day that the
Egypt,.in delegation to the Sterl-
ing talks in London may be order-
ed to return home immediately
"unless they receive u satisfactory
reply to Egypt's latest proposals"
One newspaper said that sU-ii
ing negotiations would be broken
off if Britain did not accept Egypt's
"final proposals in the neat 24
hours.'"
BILL TO ASSURE
FREEDOM OF PRESS
issues as the proposed nationali-
zation of industrial insurance,
sugar and meat wholesaling, bu*
i'road hint that water
supplies will become a public
service
laid on the crnnmied
need of a policy of wage rastraini
id a warning Is given to trade,
nonists agitating for further
iiitntion.- on profits.
However much Labour deplores
in a mixed eco-
i m Britain's, the in-
centive t>i prosit has to remain.
he book says. Labour, it adds,
us already taken firm action to
reduoe the incomes shareholder.
Hi ally receive. What remains
: y profits is used for es-
sential economic purposes which
otherwise would have to be fin-
anced some other way.
parting shot, the book
following as a bid for
the voter's upport* "The British
Labour Party, humanitarian and
thtceJ in Us approach, represen-
- .ill classes of the com-
.!..' 1. df
[hUng the way to a new
and better future free from the
tyranny of totalitarianism on the
hand, free from the injustice*
of unbridled capitalism On the
other (C.P.)
BERLIN. Jan 17
The We* Berlin Chrtsttasi De-
mocrat. Der Tag. to-day appealed
te all Germans to form "an action
group" to save the life of ia-y*t-
ilcl Herman Flarte. Wesn German
student, recently condemned to
death for "Inciting hatred against
the (East) German Democratic
Bo public and attempting to mur-
der a People's Policeman "
The trial at Dresden Soviet sone
was the first to result in a death
sentence, since the new East Ger-
man "law for the protection of
peace" was issued last month.
Flade was reported to have- put
uo a nu-Communist posters at
plbernhau. Saxony, ha home-
town, on the eve of last October'*
East German elections
When a People's policeman
tried to arrest him he attacked him
with a knife and severely Injured
him. a West German news agency
reported The policeman recov-
ered
Chancellor Adenauer when re
jeering East German Prentiet Ot-
to Grotewohl's offer for all-Ger-
man unity talks last Monday said
incidents like Wade's conviction
were not suited to promote West
German willingness to sit
at one table with the Com
rulers of the Soviet zone
M
iiusia Rejects
Proposals
W. Germans Expect
To Take Part In
Paris Talks
BONN. Jan. 17.
West Germany still expects
though without great enthusiasm
to take part in the Paris discus-
sions on a European army before
the end of the month. West Ger-
man government sources said to-
They said that at the time of
the Brussels Atlantic Pact Con-
ference, French leaders assured
West German officials thai the
conference would begin with West
Germany as an equal partner in
tbe middle of January.
According to reports reaching
Bonn, there were now a few signs
of a definite start to the confer-
ence. The French were believed
to be pursuing a deliberate policy
of wait and see.
The Paris Conference, In con-
trast to the current Bonn Allied
West German military talks on
Weal German contribution to tbe
Atlantic defence would have a
more limited sphere of forming a
European army within the Atlan-
tic frameworkRenter.
iii"
Ova
KINGSTON. Jan. 17.
Effort, by the Bishop of
Jamaica. Vicar Apostolic of the
nan Church and the ahead of
Methodist denomination to
bring about a peaceful settlement
*n tbe dispute in the sugar mil us-
ry haa broken down.
i.y llon'ole Bustamante
t mi three religious heads that
their proposals for (he settlement
were not accepted by him. As a
result a further meeting planned
fur today with representatives of
aasd the Sugar Mnnu-
Itn the re-
Iiuious heads has been called off
Last Salurday the cksrios talked
with Bustamante and on Monday
talked with Manley. Ken Hill
T U.C. Sugar Workers' Exeou-
tor and Harold Llndo. S.M.A.
Vice Chairman
As a result of these talk*
Iali followed Bustamante
don yesterday to propose
a settlement. Bustamante reject -
ed the proposal. With the situa-
tion h.ir-k h) the previous position
.iid it-ii t ion that several
other strikes in the industry will
be called by the T.U.C. and
U.l.T.U.
Bttatanianta today warned man-
ufacturers that any attempt to
hold poll on a single estate
without his consent would result
in a widespread strike on the
estate and other agricultural
Clerics had tried to
bring a settlement before Friday
a- Manley leaves Jamaica for Eng-
land that day to appear before
the Privy Council in the Vicks
litigation and to discuss Jamaica's
i rrH"'*U"1 position with British
pollticans.
Turks Arrest 25
For "Plotting
Against The State"
ANKARA. Jan. 17.
Turkish Security police hunting
'plotters against the state" have
arrested eight more people bring-
ing the total announced since the
week-end to 23.
Tbe search has been going on
throughout the country particu-
larly in military cadet schools.
Police said at first that Com-
munists were behind tbe con-
spiracy, but they now say
"Mohammedan reactionaries" arc
involved.
The Communist Party, illegal in
Turkey, has been alleged by Police
to be working under a religious
disguise.
Informed sources believe that
the wave of arrests may fore-
shadow a stlffer state of laws.
Did Not R. fuel In
51 Hours' Flight
FORT WORTH, TaaaM, Jan 1'
A II 36 plane designed foi high
altitude reconnaissance has
landed here after SI hours and 20
minutes sn the- air without refuel-
Hug. the lonssrst lime
has spent in the air
Security restrictions prevented
euTaers of the plane from an-
nouncing the distance flown or tbe
i cute follower1.
The mght was far short of tho
endurance record for planes sM
out refuelling. 84 hours and 13
minutes set at Jacksonville
Florida, in May, 1*31. by the two
Nfcvy reserve officers flying u
Packard dieael powered BeTlancn
lend plane.Renter
Important Letters
TORONTO
PupiU of Sackville Ilibhc
School during fituenship Week
ent letters to prominent peoplo
eefctng recipes for mi cress Now
.,> am cordial replies from
Viscount Alexander. Governor-
General: Prime Minister St Lau
rent and many others The Oov-
rmor-General's advice was la
'work hard -
Dispel Gloom
RICHMOND. Surrey. England.
The local council has decided
te instal fluorescent street light-
ing here Alderman H A Leon
said "It makes one look better
id feel better. It's time this
council did something about the
gloom spreading over the world."
(C.P.)
DUfUfftS CANNOT
GOVERN S. CAROLINA
COLOMBIA. South Carolina
Jan 17
James Byrnes, former Secre-
tary of State, in becoming Gov-
ernor of South Carolina, had to
swear he had not engaged in a
duel since 1881.
He pledged himself also not to
duel while n, office This oath ig
required by State constitution.
The last recorded duel in South
Carolina was fought with pistols
in 1880 K-uU-r
KNIGHT OF ST. JOHN
Canuda's Arsenals
To Step l'p Out|Hit
i'or Aimed Defaaee
OTTAWA.
Major-Get. John Ma.^ueam.
President of Cansstttaal Arsenals
Ltd. sasd this wssrk that the gov-
ernment arsenals produce*
$1*800,000 worth of armaments
liiv-t yar and llkc'v will prodi
between three and five 0
amount in 19a!.
He prediiUM Ute heaviest con-
ceimatum in aew production
would be in devclepmcnt of rsdar
and the U.S.-tvpc lR$-millimetre
guns
Coincidental L> the Canadian
Minister of Veterans Affairs.
Hughes l^ipoinic. ggli in a speech
at Regina. Sa*k.. that Chinese in-
terventiou in Korea showed that
Russia is more Milling to risk s
third world war than the demo-
cracies had believed
But this Chinese Intervention,
he said, ha* not changed the west-
ern world's conviction tii;ii the
cffoii lo repel aggn-ssion in Korea
"Wc must be aware of
the global nature of I he Commu-
nist men., i We mu.st
not Iglay iiurcasiii*' our own mill-
tar> strength and helping our
Allie< t0 mcreaM- their*"
KINGSTON Jon 17
One of the world's oldest orders
of chivalry has been cmiferivd on
a resident of Jamaica Knlght-
bood. Honourable Order of the
Hospital of St. John. JVm .>i. ,.
has been conferred bv the King
on l>r Enck Hoermnn Commis
oner of St. John Ambulance
Brigade of Jamaica.
, The Ordr, *hidi dales back to
lWtf has been conferred for the
first time on a resident in the
West Indie*.
Navy Chief Arrested
CAIRO. Jan. 17
Admirnl Ahmed Badr Bey, Com-
mander-in-chief of the Efcvpluin
Navy, has been rrosned out of the
lint of the King* aide* a> e.mp
by order of King F,n ll.niT Hey is among 13 people
irvolved in an arms scandal
Reuter
Defence Minister Claxton in a
review of the position said the
Cauadian tnv now ha* the equi-
valent of .i full-sued division.
The manpower celling for the
forces. 69,000. will be raised when
needed. (At present there are
about 62.000 in the Canadian
force.1 Arrangements have been
made to replace the Canadian
army equipment (hipped to Eu-
rope with American equipment in
line with plans for North Ameri-
can standardization This opened
for dispatching British-
type equipment for a second div-
ision to Europe The first batch
wenl to Holland some weeks ago
B*nni Problems
Amid all the news of Korean
war and preparations lo face
greater strife if It comes, signs
mntinucd lo multiply of Canada's
postwar expansion This time It
was the official announcement that
Canadian mineral production
boomed bevond Sl.nO0.000.OO0 for
the first time in 1950.
But thai sign of prosperity bad
its balance Heads of Canada's
four major trades unions went in-
to session to plan tin unpreceden-
ted Joint brief to Cabinet on price*
and rent controls Before parlia-
ment opens they are expected to
meet cabinet to state their case for
contimmtion of rent controls and
revival of price controls
The cnst-of-livlng index was
still rising The official llgures
just released placed the index at
171.1 for November, a new all-
time high, compared with 170.7
al tor nd of O-totor The index
Is tweed on 1915-39 price'- equal-
ling ion -*r>
Belgium Owes
Hoover An
Apology
WASHINGTON Jan 17
Itepuhlican Senator Homer Fer-
guoan has railed on the Belgian
Government for an "immediate
apology" to Herbert Hoover for
what he terms unpi-ecodentesi
attacks" by former Belgian l*rims>
Paul lUnn Spaak.
Spaak is in the United States
on a lecture tour.
Ferguson did not identify the
statements to which he objected.
but did say they were lepoited
in yesterday's newspapers.
The reference was presumably
to an article under Spaak's own
In-line copyrighted by Co-opera-
ti'.u Office and New VorlL Herald
Trsbuae
In that article Spaak niierpre-
led Hoover's recent foreign policy
declaration as advice to the Ameri-
can people to eon tine themselves
to the strict ssefteicc of th.- bMBuV
sphere.
He said such a plan would open
it.e way for Communists to take
Furoi U.W. AUY HOLD
SESSION IN PARIS
PARIS. Jan 17
I'ii tied Nations Secretary Gen-
eral Trygve Lie to-day official I.
asked the French Government to
agree to a 10*1 seasion of the
United Nations General Assembl.
being held fan Pans.
This was announced bv that
Piime Minister's office whi.h add
ed that the French Governmeul
is studying the uucstion
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Communist
* j-il iri.-,iii Welcomed
B) Czwh Pa\M-r
PRAGUK. Jan. 1?
KuaV Prava, central organ of
ti. CaSrChOSlOVak ConnmmlM
nurtv tfdav accpied "with
pleasure' BtllCturos direcu-il
. W she ( uminfontl ^"
The Cominfomi. on Iseii'mber
,. ..,.. l : I
v:ikii's leading I'ommuiihrt dallv
for a number at shorteomings. in
.lulling "political ;nid thewretical
| tajBM finluri -ufliiieiUly JO
KM'-sej -inui.KiuRj witrraohger*_
U-id the UaSJUllsWMI .vttvltie- .f
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Adenauer Speaks For U.S.
Says Russian Paper
IIIO DE JANEJKO. Jan
A Presidential message
Congress covering
assuring liberty of the Pre*- ml
yesterday approved by Constitu-
tional and Justice Commission
House Deputies.
11 was understand that the Bill
would reteatc newsprint and
ottari- press maUrlnl from pre-
vlaui licence necessities, and i dIj
was hoped the Bill bvUI eventual II.- ggva the American answer
]\ include g ruuie faoUllaUngl lo -i question which in seven
remittances by Pros* agencies weeks has become an all-O
gainst essential expenses nhpurf j quegtaOn, U answer to which will
TTe Bill now goes lo I SVSsr be approved by the Ger-
Cemmlsaion.Renter Krnler
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BERLIN, Jan. 17.
The Soviet Occupation
paper, Taeglirhe Rand, to-day
(icilnod West German ChanceUor
Adenauer's rejection of East Ger-
msn proposals for all-German
talks as "an Amenran
Moscom Makes Film
Of MiHdffienty's
Trial
VATICAN CITY. Jan. 17
Moscow made a film o
of Hung.in in Cardina
Mindszenty, which has been
shown in all Soviet satellite coun-
tries In the past three montns ac-
cording to a report reaching the
Vatican.
Entitled "The Conspiracy of
Bankruptcy", the him claims to
be a documentary of the trial
against "The obscure forces of re-
action in the People's democra-
cies ."
The actor portraying the im-
prisoned primate made him look
rtrriulsive the report said.
Cardlnal Mlndszenty was sen-
tenced to lire imprisonment in
February. 1M0
Recent reports to the Vatican
from Budapest said his health was
falling rapidly with complete loss
of speech and memory- 'Renter.
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YEAR BOOK 1951
The Advocate Co Lid. will publish a Yeai Book oi Barbados
in 1951.
The Yeai Book will contain three parts:
(11 Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on
a wide variety of subjects e.g.. agriculture, finance,
industries, trade, communications, tourism, hotels, sport,
art, literature and all the things we want to know about
Barbados but have until now not been able to find
under one cover.
(2) Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar,
soap, butter, lard, ice. gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels
etc.
(3) A Who's Who oi Barbadians you should know about
A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale
MIC, Managing Director of the Advocate Co. Ltd.. Vice
President oi the Barbados Chamber oi Commerce, Mr. George
Hunte, Assistant Editor oi the Barbados Advocate, Mr. Neville
Connell Director oi the Barbados Museum and Mr. Trevor Gale
Advertising Director oi the Barbados Advocate will be respon-
sible for the publication
The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the
Yeai Book is representative oi all aspects oi lile in Barbados
and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries of Societias
Clubs. Institutions, and business, social and other organisation:,
oi all kinds to aend particulars about their respective organisa-
tions at the earliest opportunity to the
Year Book.
C/o Editor, Barbados Advocate.
34 Broad Street.
Names and addresses oi all ihose to be considered for
inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed.
Advertisers are asked lo get in touch with
Mr. Trevor Gale,
Advertising Director,
Barbados Advocate.
34 Broad Street
This is one publication that no advertiser can afiord to
ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afiord to bv
without the Year Book oi Barbados 1951.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY, JAM ARY 18, 1*51
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Three People I Think IAq You Lie
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Thursday, January IK 1951
HOI HI (K M III I I
NOW that siime progress has been made
in the effort to br.ng orderliness to traffic
in the immediate City, it might be well for
the Transport Authority and the Police to
turn their attention to the need for regu-
lating Roebuck Street.
In this section of Bridgetown there is
the greatest business activity and the num-
ber of heavy vehicles carrying merchan-
dise is greater than that found in any other
part of the City. In addition to this, the
vehicles carrying plantation supplies and
bringing produce into town use this high-
way more than others leading from the
warehouses, and several 'bus lines serving
not only the suburban area but the out-
parishes, pass along this road.
It is an everyday occurrence to find lor-
ries being loaded with goods for shops in
the country districts stationary at the two
sides of the street, while buses and lorries
laden with plantation supplies or sugar or
molasses thread their way between.
There is then little place for the private
motorist with his smaller vehicle.
Even that part of Roebuck Street which
has been freed from the pressure of 'buses
by routing them along Crumpton Street is
often blocked by lorries alone with a few
horse-drawn vehicles between them.
In view of the fact that there are stores
on either side of the street both handling
wholesale business, it is not possible to con-
fine the loading of heavy vehicles to one
side of the street. The solution seems to
be in confining the loading of merchandise
on these heavy vehicles to the side streets.
Some of these are wide enough to accom-
modate motor lorries but there might be
some difficulty in places where the build-
ings are not separated by alleyways.
Another suggestion made is that there
be a time limit when these heavy lorries
can be kept on the roadway for loading.
In case loading operations must be carried
out at times other than those specified for
remaining on the street, the movement of
packages could be by hand trucks to the
side street where these lorries could be
parked.
There can be no suggestion of hampering
business operations but the use of Roe-
buck Street should not be limited to busi-
nessmen alone. The owner of the private
car is entitled to free passage on his way
to and from his place of business.
* There is fikely to be some difficulty in
handling this traffic problem in this sec-
tion of the city but with the allocation of
parking space in the side streets and alleys,
the stipulation of hours for these heavy
lorries to remain on the street, and the co-
operation of the merchants and the general
travelling public there should be some
relief from what is undoubtedly a chaotic
condition in the busiest thoroughfare in
Bridgetown.
Whnl itn >he
about it all I hm thna poinU
of view in mv diary.
We Forget
By BERNARD WICKSTEED
rxecuUon. Mid hi-
nisi informer and lia liutk. with no prulcvtinn what- 'n a fair trial.
faV against Ihr biting nulwrrn _._____m- __ .. ,__.
Wlnd The guard- niyi him U i**.
. II would r-ve been bet- _.* a^C^asa!." *> **""
ITC fctpl btC home to- **",1 *? bhndfold him he i -ugh
sod ittajed oehlnd She **M ** " ,or *h* J1-"!*!.1
had done no wrong. Tho Com- WHJ, ***"* my old HA.F. great-
rrauMnl do anything to coat and be"*- be <
her because *he had once washed WM a """M*"
nen f>r the democratic Whatever It was, he pointe.1 U
me and wtnrted in argue with lh*
Ah. we didn't understand she ""*" One of them raiwed the
ad with a wealth of sta* buM nf hl" rttle to give Imn .
giggles and timid gesture^ It rt0*rt] ""*" WWtr*
But they'll shoot you bODaUa wasn't the Communists she was '"""XT* ,np'*' wcrr '*"*'ltr-
vou worked for us." we said afraid of. She had stayed behind P""**,i.
"2^ n% tneT "rtEii 0*fln" !r*''t.!n!!JtJE! "iiS.""1^! Thf' doomed *
swered 'Vou aat, I shall her. me "> her whose shirts she 5hout |n guch o frenziM ,ha
a Communist, too." -hen our interpreter COuktal
He said he wasn't going to do What made her sell up her "land what he was savin*
- r0uld h- was a w* drove hack in l
with Hi. dread t being bombed again nvc ** ,han wcn* '"
the United Nations. > ,
I hope she made UM |OUnM0 r.ptio^liet
One from a young fellow with
.. universii. education
from -n old woman who uaed to
do my washing, and me Ball I
from a man I saw Shot hy a nr-
buj aaaad
The youth who had been to
university was employed by a
colleague of mine to translate the 'hr'>
Korean papers. He -;ii frankly that when we pulled out
of Seoul he w.-is going *o stay
behind.
his skin
, save that l>> going I
!everyone else. Nor wi
Ing through an> l-'l
ask
ih-
I teaching of" Marie. My She was rather a dear. Why do I tell vou thf
and it is unfonun^p that the ap- torie*' rmik* l think von
Utter haven't
the Communist* had
chance of uniting the COUfltD her
than UNO.
With the forces of UNO falling
bark at a breakneck speed it was
difficult for us to convince him
that he might 1* wrong.
world.
Case History.1
Ca*e Hi-story2
On the ..i.rfarc none of thes.
three points of view sound- vei
The third Korean had Wn ,, , Ihe ,..,,, , w.
sSHtyfts 'jus. ",'^:i;i""[". < pieced. .i ie of your sons and husband
alraad) fighting
i good shuttini! yoni
jitiil protending the]
torru
he had been tortured fo:
a long time. He couldn't walk
and had to be carried to the top
Now meet Momma-san. ihe 0f the hill where his grave had But It Is r
laundress. She s a grandmother already been dug. H's face w< eyes to then-
Ith baggy trousers and hair done the colour of this paper, and but don't exist.
up In a light little bun at the tor the Mongolian cast of hi*
back. Her Umid ways and beady eyes he might have come straight w have to do something
black eyes make her seem like a out f Belsen. help these people get over tr n
mouse feeling of hopelessness, and the
I dldn t want to go to the exe- worst way of doing so is to pre
Two days before Christmas cut ion. but a Norwegian Journal- trnri that it doesn't exist
she peeped round the door In her |t told me I must He said I
ouselike way and announced, couldn't report the war honestly Kplloiflie2
a mixture of gestures and unless I saw thia side of It too.
pidgin English, that she was go- Amid such puzzling surround-
ing to Pusan ^> w" drove oul to the execu- ingg u these what is the morale
Uon ground in the same truck as of our boys like? Well, 1 think
She had got place im truck the five men who were to be shot, it |* wonderful, considering that
going south It cost her a million They had to kneel on the floor more than halt of them hav<-
* with their heads bowed. been called up from the Reserve
and don't want to be soldiers
anyway, let alone soldier, in
In Court?
By MARVIN STONE
VIENNA
D. V. SCOTT
& CO., LTD
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Ihi- n.nnrv ho had sold up
everything except the clothe* she The Norwegian and I stood
stood In and a bundle o( bedding, round them with the guards and KJ
tried to keep our balance as the
We gave her some cigarette. truck bumped oul through the It does your heart B01 t,
nd chocolate, tor the Journey suburbs of Seoul and into the them Moildlv
asked why she was going hills beyond. every kind
ide for the I don't know whether the
and
She would have to
best part of
gerously on
MetMing AImmiI
The advertisement which appeared in
this newspaper recently saying, "For
Sale. Sea Gull yacht, and all the worries
that go with it" was aptly worded. The
vendor obviously realized that "all the
worries" were a saleable community.
Yachting is, above everything else, a
state of mind, a state of mind fully ex-
plained by the Rat in the Wind in tkt Wii-
tours. He said: "about in boatsor with
boats. In or out of em, it doesn't matter.
Nothing seems really to matter, that's the
charm of it. Whether you get away, or
whether yuu dun't; whether you arrive at
your destination or whether you reach
somewhere else, or whether you never get
anywhere at all. you're always busy, and
you never do anything in particular; and
when you've done it there's always some-
thing else to do. ."
It is all those little things that have to
;>* done, all those little worries, that help
lo make yachting enjoyable. The true
yachtsman can have just as much fun when
his boat is on the beach as when it is run-
ning before the wind. Also, like the
fraternity of the Turf who enjoy gazing
at horses for hours, yachtsmen get great
pleasure from examining and comparing
yachts.
With the ya:ht racing season beginning
on Saturday, yachtsmen must be havini:
a great deal of fun. There is always u
stay to be tightened or slackened, a rope to
be changed or spliced, another coat of
paint to be put on . and this goes on
throughout the season. But the messing
around, "tuning" as it is called, that takes
place before a race is the sweetest of alt.
putung up with
m of hardship, grun.-
I dont know whether the man bling like mad but dotne it with
eek perched dan- I am writing about deserved to a tvv.nkle in the eye
of an oveiioaded die or not. The magistrate who i.ondon Express Servir
TCA Traffic Reaches
Record Level*
By G R McGREGOR, P,.d.nl Tf.m-Can.cls Air lira.
The growing importance of air
transportation in Canadian life
was never more clearly axhlbltad
n In IMO. The number of
persons and shipments moving by
w.ie 1i in excess of any-
thing previously experienced by
the aviation industry. Trans-
"inoda Air Lines' loads reached
cord proportions.
Approximately 820.000 passen-
gers flew with TCA in 1950, an
increase of 18%. Commodity
shipment by air rose by S3%,
as combined alnargo and air ex-
press ton mileage totalled
4,800,000 The uirline continued
the carriage of flrstclau mall
bearing only xtandard postage
and this transport volume was up
by 5% to over 4.0O0.0O0 ton
miles.
Aviation's steadily widening
share of the travel and shipping
market is due to a combination
of conditions. Certainly, greater
public acceptance of this trans-
port medium Is a basic cause
and that was encouraged in 10'O
by continued promotional effort.
But of at least equal importance
was the high degree of operation-
al regularity that assured de-
pendable "all season" flylrif. In
all months of 1930. a minimum of
80r; of the flight* were dis-
patched on schedule. During the
full year. 98% of all scheduled
mileage was completed. This was
accomplished over a North
American and international route
pattern 17.000 miles in length,
with an average of almost I0Q
flights daily.
An equally powerful factor was
the fact that, contrary to general
economic trends, the cont of air
travel decreased in 1950. While
the price of most other services
and commodities rose, airline
passenger and cargo rates en-
joyed some reductions. Many air
travellers, for example, took ad
vantage of the new low famlh
fares.
The growth of air traffic, to-
gether with an energetic cam-
paign to reduce costs, greatly
strengthened Ihe airline's finan-
cial position. When 1950's .inures
have been compiled they will
fchow that, after payment of 3%
interest on Investment, North
American services in IflMi were
operated at a net profit and that
the overseas deficit of the previ-
ous year was approximately
halved. It is hoped that this
brings to an end the verv difficult
financial period through which
the airline passed In the after-
math Of World W;ir 11
Approximately 21,700,000 nlr-
Craft mile* were flown in 1850,
1.175.000 more than in 1949. Im-
proved methods and consolidation
of functions resulted in staff re-
tlu.tiun.s in tome departments
which were greater than the stall
increases made necessary by the
additional traffic, With an over.
all decrease of 5% In personnel,
the Company made available over
12% more ton mile* of air traru.
portation. giving testimony to the
Kill and industry of its em-
ployees. The greater transport
effort was also accomplished with-
out change in the number of air-
craft. Through a policy of rigour-
ous and thorough maintenance,
these were kept at a very high
level of operating fitness.
The 20 North Stars and 27 DC-
3's constituted a well-balanced
fleet, adequate to the work in
hand, but at the samr time, the
Company'-, technical Mall > atari
10 future jircraf! n |Utn meats,
and this prooka I- under core
ful and conUnuour. study.
Two extensions of servi..' took
pl.u-e in 11*50. both (if a > ii;iLili, ;m;
ii mire On April 1st. OMrationJ
were begun between Montreal
and New York, the two largest
cities of their respective nation..-.
On April 2nd, the Company
launched the flrst direct air ser-
vice between Canada and the
southern United BtatOf, with the
inclusion of Tampa, Florida in tin
Caribbean flight schedule Tin
New York operation is already
filling a very real Canadi..-i Dead,
while the norida aarrtaa should
expand the consider.! I >U- ,.n
munity of interest that nlread.
exists between Canada and that
area.
Stringent eu.rcncy and trade
regulations continued to operatt
as a serious brake upon TCA'i
West Indian traffic. While there
was some increase in loads, they
remained far from desirable
levels.
The Company felt the impact
of increased competition on th
Canada United Kingdom route,
but the net financial position did
how considerable improvement
During two periods of national
crisis Uie Manitoba floou
emergency and the railway strike
TCA was able to provide essen
lial transportation service of con
slderable magnitude. Proven abil-
ity to measure up to such crises
is particularly significant in these
days of international danger. The
airline has now reached major
stature in Canadian life and is
e^utpped to serve the nation well.
whatever the future may bring
Nine out of ten people under oath to "tell
ihe whole truth" in court usually lie.
Nul always because they intend to. Most
ore victims of "Court fright," a sUte of mind
that can turn a preacher into a renegade or
u-lfgato a cobra-tongued shrew to a state ot
.-nameless whimpering.
The causes for Court fright are being
studied by a learned Vienna lawyer. Dr. Gus-
tav Warmuth, in a series of projects at the
University of Vienna.
According to a Warmuih study, the next
time you are slapped with a Court summons,
you can avoid the fidgets and the meemies
by telling yourself you are only human.
Judges and Court oflicials are only now
beginning to realize how extensive a malady
it if.
Lawyers have it. Detectives on the stand
have been known to forget the names of
their pWtnU- Husky lootball players have
been rushed from the dock with tears in
l heir eyes.
Dr. Warmuth recalled one tragic case of
Court fright that involved a house porter,
a man of glib tongue who had fallen under
suspicion as a house thief.
I-.iIit he was found innocent and called
to testify against the real culprit.
He committed suicide. The note he left
said that he preferred death to appearing in
Court again.
This is the extreme, of course, but Dr.
Warmuth said that there are few men and
women who do not have Court fright in
some degree^Losing sleep before a trial,
lack of appetite, being unable to talk above
i whisper in the witness chair, having your
mind fall blank at crucial moments.
Dr. Warmuth has no absolute faith
testimony given under these conditions. Nor.
he added, of testimony in general. People,
he feels, cannot help but He.
"Only few pieces of testimony are objec-
tively correct. Hearsay is not repeated ver-
batim but us the witness 'imagines' it must
Live been said.
"It cannot even be considered a sure thing
when several witnesses tell the same story.
because events taking place before a wide
circle offer themselves to mass suggestion."
According lo Dr." Warmuth, "thYre are
other factors that cause testimony to be un-
reliable:
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To Thf Idttor, The Adeocate
SIR.We ate asking you to
allow us space In your valuable
paper to make h few comment*
m connection with the article
under the heading "Village will
loss its playini flaid," which
appeared in TOtt i'mii OP the
12th liut.
As the article evrrecll> pointed
out. the site at present pniinlad
by the Public B;ith m Carring-
lon'S Village was our flrst play-
ing field. It was then known M
the Fustic Woods and WM mi
rounded by IcnantV houses
A* win. aloo correctly itatad
in your article, due to Uh
ance we caused the tenants, we
made application to the oarnai l
of the land. Messrs. <".. |
& Co.. for a playing 6cH DM
Of these. Miss Kdith Ciimngton.
told im that it was tho Intention
I of bi. father to pro* d 6
a playing d.ld but that death
I had overt.ik.-n bin bafop he
, tould do to Bhi
t her i
dona,
I SI.. || 1 :.,.;
i-f artam Mrs. Manningatill
live*) and the manager of the
land, came to us in the village
;ind decided to give us the present
piece of land being used as a play.
ing field, for that purpose.
In was then in a very bad state.
being overrun by shrubs, vines and
sour grass. *Ve worked hard on it,
however, and made It suitable for
uur purpose. All this happened
twenty-two years ago and ever
since then thij land has been used
as our playing field.
During the years the population
of the district has Increased enor-
mouKly making it more and more
necessary that this playing field
should be maintained. Now that
we are to be deprived of It what
will our children do. Do the
present ownen realise that re-
creation is a great benefit to any
people, and that for this to be
obtained In an orderly way a ploy-
ing field Is a necessity? HoSl
tho people in the village again
resort to the practice of twenty-
two years IfO Of playing in the
roads and annoying the
li ha i*een said that the site li
unsuitable for a playing field, li
this Is so how can It lw suitable
for a housing aiea with a gullj
nearby? W> can never subscribe
to the view that this land is un-
suitable for a playing Held be-
cause we know this s not so. We
have used it for twenty-two \eur.~
.is a playing field and it has served
us. our children, and hundreds ot
others from surroundiiii! district.
very well In this respect
We can hardly believe that the
Government will permit us to bo
deprive,! of what to us Is now
something approaching a teapgyga
We feel sure that they will nut
let us down now they are aware
of all the fact-i of the ease.
Yours truly.
C. Hunte. B. Pindar, H Black
man. L. Allevn-. A. Wood. C
Hlacknmn. F. Hoyte. L. Porde
A. Hcarwood. 1.. Thompson, W
liearwood. C. Clarke. S Harris.
O. Grant, L. Rudder, L. Lashley.
C. TalM. C. Legal). A II.
L Fotde. C Aft Q I.
'onnell. C Bins*, D. <;.
AUeyne, 1! Smith, O. Hinkson. C
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If you witness an automobile accident at
noon, chances are you have a different pic-
ture than if you saw it in the evening
Bright sunlight leads to a false calculatioi.
of distances, he pointed out.
Many people are colour blind, others are
unable to tell from what direction a sound
comes.
If you were suddenly hit by a falling rock,
chances are you couldn't tell from what
direction it came. Often you wouldn't be
able to tell the force of a blow, especially if
there were more than one.
Dr. Warmuth said that others "lie" be-
caused they are mixed up by legal phrase-
ology and don't know a habeus corpus from
a hole in the head.
Others just sort of cover up and omit
details sales clerks or waiters, for ex-
ample because they don't want to
endanger their jobs.
A century ago Courts in Europe recorded
gestures. With a witness blushed or shifted
from foot to foot, it went into the court
record.
"Thank heavens," Dr. Warmuth said.
"modern justice has grown up enough to
refuse to draw conclusions from gestures."
He said the worst witnesses are the very
old who offer inexact information from their
own rich imaginations.
"But normal adults are more subiect to
just plum poor observation."
He tested five persons who had witnessed
an execution by asking the colour of the
gloves of the man who carried out the act.
He received five ditlerent answers, the
executioner had worn no gloves at all.
But modern courts, by extreme care and
rigid rules, are at least no longer troubled by
one prime cause for tipsy testimonywit-
nesses who fortify themselves with a "slug'
Or two" of whisky.
A century ago. in Vienna. Empress Mari;.
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TALKING OF
GODDARDS
HERE WE OFFER
si>i;< g\rs
OaUUkes.......17c par lb.
Anrhor Butler sse. per lb.
4/ooko Paste ...... ess.
I'arr'H RlarplU t . 1.M
per tin
(.if- Chorolate
LatKh 9 lac. caafs
Idrte Kola Tonic 1.00 per Dot
Tender 1'if Teatie far '
. Vr?3
( .III uh.!' EfgS
Frosen Fish
Mackerel In llna
Sardines
Anrhovtea
Prunes
Pulory Beer
Sailed PeaauU
s ii p.-.- R|rr
I .*r log en Baby Food
HAMS In Una:
?lb... Ml lb*.. * lbs
1'. I i -11111 -1 11 n
Barley Sugar
t Iba. im- Whole Aftparagiu
Watte Spean
MRrtF aMLPla
PUSH SAl'SAGES
hUNCI STEAK
It AHBITS LIVER
TRIPE. BRAINS.
SWEET BREAD
APPUC8
Sl.KiHTLV CORNED
1.11 I
PHONE TO-DAY
GODDARDS
DELIVER


THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, IK!
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
P AC.F. FIVE *
JACK JOHNSON of Cnollo. (ftxtreme Tight)
Polo match between OtIoIIm and MiKtaiigK at '
majority of goal* for hi* turn. Mn-Ung< how
I'ulu :
Mustangs
Win 7-5
Katxenjammen
Al Club 6
A Trinidad Quiz tram of ihree
lost to Barbados combination
In a competition on Tuesday
.ventng by the narrow margin of
a Mingle point. Question* weir
5tt and asked by Mr. C. M
Theobalds*. Dtptstl Director Ol
Education, and IM i mi test took
place id the Girl*' industrial
I'm.m Tl alosstl araa represented
i 111 Karbaia Thoi,-. Carl
Aoipg and Frank Knight, tlu-v-
jiiuiik-ii. who accompanied th<
Katxenj. Band <"n ii-
tiip to Barbados, and they were
opposed by Miss Shirley Clarke.
Miss Beryl Williams and Norman
Marshall. The final scores were
Barbados 14, Trinidad IS. with a
niembei of each team tying for
top place in individual scores.
Miss Thorpe and Miss Clark"
eacn scored 6 points
After Quii time, the Katzen-
lammm Steel Band entertained
the audience to a programme of
classical and dance music Items
Included Whispering Hope".
"Jingle Bells"; ''Chinese Samba",
"Cumana". "Ramadh.n and Val-
entine" and a bugle call composed
by u member of the band.
The Band leaves for home to-day
under the care of Mrs V
Thorpe prominent Trinidad Social
worker who sponsored the tour
to this colony.
Mrs Thorpe plans to send
prizes for the members <>f the
winning Quiz team.
35 Years
A Shoemaker
MUSTANGS defeated Cliolloa
FOR over thirty-live years by seven goals to five, in their
Dads' --as Albert Harcwood of Polo Match at the Garrison
Carrlngton'j Village |a known to Savannah vevicrday evening m
his many friendshas worked et the DcLima Cup series.
the shoemaker's trade. He i* in Considering It was only a junior
his fiftieth year but still carries game, the players gave an excel-
on with the zeal of the youngster lent performance and are showing
who hoii Just set out on his own progress. At half time the srore
"Duds" occupies a small work- was five-four in favour of
shop along upper Tweedside Crtollos.
Road and can he seen day and -----------------
night stitching away for all his
worth. It is not unusual to see
him In the early hours of any
morning, the lone person In a
deserted street, bending over a
shoe In the lamplight as though It
were daytime.
"Dads" is well-known as a
good workman and his customers
are many. As he told the Advo- foV"iriVn5 In l dangerous manner
ease yesterday, he is kept reason- on ^c BtreeU
ably well supplied with work Dullen was ordered to pay a fine
throughout the year and has f an,- and 2,. costs in 14 days
little time for relaxation. or ln default one month's Impns-
Like most trades, payments are onment with hard labour and
not always easily made, and at Gibson 3
some week-ends he often llnds Bullen was dnvlun the motor
caute for annoyance in this re- bus M2544 on My lord's Hill on
spect. December 11. Gibson's offence was
He has seen many changes in committed on October 1" on Carg
I.is line of work during the years Hill Road while driving the motor
Speaking of the half-soling of lorry M1004.
shoes one of the chief phases of Another charge was brought by
the work of the local shoemaker, the Police against Gibson of driv-
Dads" said that before and ing without having an appropriate
during the first World War. this licence. For this Gibson was lined
work on a pair of shoes for a 15/- und 1 costs In 14 days or
woman would cost 80 cents and one months imprisonment.
for man 96 cents or il.OS. Mr W W rteece^.C,. appeur-
Materlal was cheap. Just before ed on behair of Gibson^
the second World War, there was
some fluctuation in the price but
a* the war went on, material
skyrocketed causing a correspond-
ing rise In the price for the work
Nowadays the average price of
half-sol Ing a pair of shoes for a
woman Is $2 and for a man S3.
nit: MM Hill 4.0\l
,idig
ROEBUCK STREET COUGHING K
,l from the Swan and
t street* end, do md i*u;

ROKHl'l'K STREET IsssjiliW U in. Oull) H
in Iront of an old wooden and wall two storey buildn
which 1 to live. It is about half a mile long
and ends when the road meets High and Swan Street* inj
front of the Civic
wan and
Three Return
After 40 Yean
IN IM Mm i:.,> : ,:..,,! Ml
Martin Qarka, Mr. Joseph
!-: ? mode '"" '"''' '", AuhibaldHrcrcton
ood .lores, there is " l>'t the Island for Ana-tea
and hardware dtawr, d)' Th,.y munirt , iieccmber la.-.
.'^ then anothe. hardware deale, ^ a.
I, you bHmlllg ,,.,. Tho arc ihicc cousin, ami
11 .....,, afarkx urn. si (Mora
u im viin.i >iur
,bout llu. part ot n
major"! "I "" Plf"
ry and on cither aide dun)
la. hand cart*, car* and lome.
tWed. On th. left, alto two
happen lo lie pasaing the
mm when worker, are paclUnK
or unpacking ha*."'^a"al fee- .urprlaed a, ih, 1
on o. oil lomea. >ou would ha*. ,,,,,.,.,. ,.....| Wl
*ffi ,'i""......i .,,,1 halm vou get they le" Ihe i.l.i...l Ui.-y paid 5n
' ,, Street >-",,., meet. P" <- and MO
k Street and go.- tov-ards aho raonaji Tbg lelurn trip
IS DANGEROUS
ESfT Osb* oa coach
TOW lung* an nmrW,
-U roMC heart ore
-..r.,.1 s- hKg
lough * taking %_)
'">" "I'lWi Thu
world Itmoui 11 anaul,
ana* tutasfaina. omakn
hrMihing <.. taxHhri
."TltjfU
luiiam.
c:
> ra. loeat
, 'Mit>HioifH
^CI>IM>H1 COtDl MOHOdl
flUUBH (.rilhui Ml*
I (OVfaH* CNUMIH]
Yenqis
OUCH MIXTURE
Utrary li Ma^aalne
There Is the Purity Bakerv
M strang smeU
i Hcor* the fourth goal for til* team In the
ye'terdsy evening. Johnson "SUNBEAM" CALLS
ON TRAINING CRUISE
, see the bread being
blocking the fame bak-
bread cart- Of '
m sunlit wonder if nmrc
,ld that Wnj 01 it !**
lOt there but NtH >1
.-, ,-.....- it the people WBO I 4)
from the c.-irt> would not no in the
hBk"y BMtle Washing
Above the bakery bottle scl
gather to do their bottle v
and the> Jie .iiwuy- '"i"
eaits wart i
>t thini over s36o each by air.
Tiu-> wdi i>e returning, oooa man
to the U.SA to-"iorrow
M.nnti Uvm -it lliooklyn, NY.
ConttMhM -Hid has two
SOtm One serve I in the 13* -
war* but both are now etVUiBM
He has a sister and unit Hfll
living at Market Hill
Josesll Cartel .'. Iloston, Masr
is Hie f;.U,.i of twins Ha
i i n*tor. IWUt smi1-
iv 111 the v s Aimj t
their rejlnM am < antly ship
i to Korea, but they were not
at it iiuiuded
Aitli.d corner, too, on a day as Aicbiba ll a real
hoi as yeaterda) you would have rst.ne broker ol Spnnglleld. Mass
. iraffk regutoting police- m. M1|lv juium ind Dtwey haec
lulnttng though he wears JUS, )H^.n demobilised from the
. arldt eork hat and is wearing ,-s Arm) IJg ha* also two
l.ITTLEMAN.' pn.noum-,,1 Idlyma,, by ,l,e Svv.,1. ** . ,,,1,,.,..u.k U^r\,.nl <>,, QtfHn.1
ish ciew of ihe training jhipsunhcnm. wlm-lu!i,wl here sn,,i iuncuon. Iha ..i buatnja; i;,l;,1,
on Tuesday evening was walking up and down tho deck on ihe rlhi. ." d'."?*-"-* ina and loi.i iho Advoeaie iii.i
Msl.uiay as though he was supervising the m-n al work. m*tafl 5J]7Cerl nS oiv'! i''k ,SL.mSSt &
"Littlenuu." is a eocker dpaniel and perhaps on. f Uw ffni I M"So. "w "' W-
most iravelled dogs. He is the pet of the enliro or. who naded up on the J . B wall are
een i ather worried when ho does not come to their call. hi'" *"" "" wh"
JL> FAM/LYFoodDr/nk
S&s/nacCe bt/
CaDBURYS
On The I npmaM
Drove Dangerously
FITZ BUL-LEN of Buckingham
Road, St. Michael and Alfred Gib-
son of White IImII, St. Michael
were both convicted and fined by
His Worship Mr H A. Talma,
Police Magistrate of District "A",
when they appeared before hit
40'- FOR COCONUT-
STBAUNG
A line of 40 or one months
imprisonment with hard labour
was imposed on 44-year-old la-
bourer James Buncombe of Wcsl-
-Dads" saW that he has been bury Road. St. Michael by Hiw
able to make a livelihood out of Worship Mr. H A. Talma yestcr-
hi* work, though the (lnandal day. .__... ,
S3a wm far from whal he would Baacombe wa. found gWt ol
...i vtciiltnaf 28 coconuts itoti j
1U U CTee^nan ol I^nd. End. B>
He has one arcal problem al Michael on January, n.
Uie momenthe i afraid Ida eyes ----------------------
will soon lei him down. The______,. , J 9/1'.
strain on them over the year, n CVCIISl rlUCU JO -
now showing Its effect," he said. ~ .....
and at Chrlatinaa lime I wa, CLYDE IIAHHS Ol VUU Road
SLSr *"son""" 'EIX^Z"--"''"
"Dads' hobby is cricket and His Worship Mr. II. A. Talm.i
mane ot the men in the district before whom the coae was hearr
sometime, give vivid de.crlptlons ordered Harris to pay a line ul
of how he has led them to victory 30/- and 2- cons
in many cricket matches^_________"nprli
..,,.,! man-rial, and wbaHl "
VsWeV*| ?* a*:
.i ,.,i iv the bin1
,!.;,,.,! Traders, whleh l s now be-
,ii,: i.iiovated.
ntlnulna up Ihi
Snat there arc more r.e""*
than any olher busincT^es U .eo .....--------
>umP ''""'JKnpida Ihe road are shaky liand /\ ,,,.,
Mm arouru ,,. ,. i< d...- ,.,.,| ,.
' g cart..- SomeUme._h._rJJ. .., ,.
M. ...... however subdu.-d b
UM Upper*! A.t,-. Mj BMC*.
lund who CS4M on him suddent%
and gave him a both of aag wat
While 'LuiUinan" got his bath.
bOUl nine in ten ..ul.,-. (rom th'
hip werv mjoytnf
Ihe boat deck and a swim
the ship. Others who
more frolicin,: mood bottwod
local yacht and sailed around Ih
harbour. One of the boys tried hi
luck at surf riding behind tin
ageed but he was more succesafu
at slipping off the board and bein
ducked.'
Astern of the snow white San
beam wen- three of the crew, i>o. n
enjoying pleasure rides or mm- pfllai* froin ^Jj^JJ1^^JSJ
l the
falgiii
John Heckles is
|?OI'R PATHWAYS -i
Js/ lieniv; (-ii'tnii leil
fountain Ocirdon In Ti
Bquari
Konnetl. ther.- were only iv
to Dm lindens, ^ii
UM Public lluildtngs an
UM ofhel by the old 'bus stand
st iiKMstl-AKIl. similar to Uv
Curium, has beei
Bay This Job wa
OUJfn the Coca-Col
anChou?d.nd ^y^ndget, ,d
n around In an enquiring TO
Roebuck Street ll getting I DTR
touch with renovations and nww rar of Hon> g..hi:- im hi.'-
new buildings coming in. but: tm h((mi. lh(.rp ,s a ,onl[ ,|m. Ilt hous,,s
a|d buildings which were erei
HOVm ... I still being erected
at the Bay EsUitc Al tl
bathing, but repairing
their ship with gfUb
pushed through the hard
with pack iih.iU -
Aloft on the topmasts
phase of work was going
.Hidings wlu.ti w-mi aj
ngo Still have the gallcrl'
((n the second floor held^F^
_ pBlan '-----
t^ll-^^^V-f^'
r^npfoyJd men propping up
Ihemselvea on these pillar*.
mother Matiby Man
Two AUivc the noise can be hearci
greeted
formerly
1 an area '.hat
grasslands. IT* >
with toilets, put up out
ot olocK stones.
Another set of labourars ar*
winking mi the roads in thl* area
AM.w KOtir of steel with
asbestos covering will re-
plaoa tlie old wooden nxf ut th--
-,t Andrew's Parish Church Wmk
,. u.i rtarted On Monday and the
nothcr i hi one Is now practically taken
lads, sitting...... ad bar. ho the call of the mauby man as h,
made fast to the m..v, w.iii ...i- pushe. his cart along. B^d,*}Jl
and about 29 yards ,,> (mm t..- maul'V man you may ***"""' H
boat', deck, were .,,..,., . nk*-3*?SlV222, Wl',,,.. US-. ,ep.,r. M belnk
P"l'""' S ? m btl.tneaa on verv .mall carried out rclmlou. -rv,.....I
Apart from Ih..........ru^howE.Tor he has only la- I I..... iS tl ttdtWl
.. came up 11..111 Ik'I.iw ' ;,,,""'in hi, carl and about chui< li Girls' School
rftthtosO I htuadnSnolnl and a hall hot- T^lil HUM BANMA.YIN
I.....l.n ,. III',:. ill !;*'., ,k loukina mialure. In | sl'M'TOtt ,,f SI Ja .,, M
eaak who wh prai.....m lunch lor .tSJ Enb.-rt s McClcati. lokl uva
(lie anlp'a eompaiia UM olIIC. About ,wo hundred yord. up the .rf^,,, veslerday thai pc.ple
mamMri ol Iba arow win, we,. aboard were simply relaxing. M off The fuller, are moasy vvtU ,,,,.,, .. ,,,..1,,.,,.. acnuiNt
Thirty cadet, are on this train- -a folii about this area and above .. pc
ing cruic wllh Ihe Baabeam The spry Street l a .hoc-maker's shop fjurfil Dacambai the v....In,,
make up a crew of 46. The erei. owned i,y Mr. Barrow who nuj |Mi c#ntrM , lh Ui
IfKtUdai a dim party who are tak- |^e | the .hoc business tor many ^ S( n^,,,,,^ c'omblne-l School,
uic shots durlns the voyages foi yoarf no* n am., m>u.ii St Albans Boy.' School and S
the Minister of informal..... When you reach Carllon Brow". s<.hoo| M>ny chlM
llie ,:, r.l, Ihe .....plioi .iniMist. near ol one K,nn. are all Sewdish. Few will cl the l\r. Khnip..- ,1 ""
ol them apaak Enklish. They hav, The pipe I. only about I" Iw-rwi
,,ul from tralnlnK schools above the ground, bul llu
In Sweden and are now under- ',-w In the
going their flrst bit ol praetlc' people
FRESH SUPPLY Or
: PURINA HEN CHOW
I (SCRATCH GRAIN)
H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD, Wiwgsajii
I
,, vicinity and when the
. who work about there are
'hlrsly, Ihey do not let tha worry
They will be u\
fr
i Swed- thorn.' But there
tail
THIS ii how ni em beta of the crew
get aloft In cass they axe aaMgiu-d
for repairs on tha topmast.
- one montn *
Sinli* Battery;
Get* 12 Months
for about seven months. Cap- "ggg^^ff^ "(,'h
tain Baecklund told the Advocate PMWtJ f^mul
M.U'id... Sun. then de| intu"
from Sweden, they li ive ma .tops at Bnfund, Canari island-.
Hr.i/ii and Ti'uiid;ni bal
itiH ti> l*-ii
Tha sunbeam will b-> -i-endlnK ngjj .., crumpton Street
eight days In Barbados She Is J^tSS get v.,ur first smell Of
expected to tall for Martinique >ouwm >'
onTanuary 24 She is KMlM gSk."in ,e bi
b moss
pipe too,
and don-
!;cy*owners" at feeding hours.
fta-low the Torrh nev. (. d- '
luavc i* Crlchlow's MH
'.vhen vou look across you will get
the lirst sight of resWences.
though thev arc most of th*m
hack i
M"
nment.
n.'lke
tho A/o
bef.
going
there are twn
birvrle line. At_thls
ll.ll ..
A Good PointBul
Not The Winner
ONLY six people saw the point in the Advocate's
"Your Guess" competition which ended Jller*|>,-. flrst correct entry opened was submitted by .WhTlhel,
Richards of 5th Avenue Beckles Road, who stated that the
point in the picture was the arrival f the Governors car
by lighter._____________________The maloIy ol ,nc cnlr, h,ld
that the point in the picture was
Trinidad Faces jWBSgWS.
wildest night of Ihe imagination
A decision of His Worslui) M...
H. A. Talma. PoUoa MagliU-te I'"' ..j^,- ,, training
of Distrlcl "A" who sentence,! Jh.- nanbeam is a "^ ;
Mlllon Miller of lb Unfa 11.11 -......."..'., "", ''',.,,, f,|" ,It I,
to .Is months' iniprlsonmeni wilh f. This is ,'","'"*,.",
hard labour lor .stealing a six- Barbados on a n., "
Kit batter. enr.ed " "kl""" '
by Their Honours Mr. G L. Tay- limes
'""!, T^'^WhflKM n"d ,"our MMI" ""'"l"' *" sn "" 'a" T"n
bmitted by Whrtneio aguln,t lhe declllo f Mr Talmo Barbados In two day..
on Tuesday About 40 feet of masl rise uO'
,. .,, her deck
point Crumpton Street met. Roe-
buck Street and oppodlo is Pln-
" M ' ..
New Busim-nea
Theii
to 12 ;
A ,Ur this .ocund lunctloti Ihcre
ara two businesses which have
oo.y lalely been opened I
I, anch hardware store of llutch-
. holosale grocery Above thU I*
the first mechanic shop to lie m-t
i garage where
welding to gate
aklng is done. The first tailor-
ii j establishment Is *ust above
Straughan's Stuart's.
Further up the - lie new buildings, the Coca Cola
i.uilding Opposite that Is a
miner* nhop packed ith so mucli
" ynu would vvund'i
. further-
thai jn
Meat Crisis
PORT-OF SPAIN. Jan. 15.
Great fears exist in the minds
For example. one entrant
thought that the point was an
aeroplane and ar.othcr gave th
opinion that it was just to show
how hard the lightermen worked
Evelyn Edward* the OWIICff <
the six-volt battery said m 11
lower court before Mr Talm. -.-. cr OCDA,0<; CHADS if. V
that he left his mob.r lorry .i RfrUSc KtrAlfO KW^ ,,iP1, llivn)|1.
November B near the Plaza Then- . ire. Itndgetown ot about ft.1l *2t4~Tl c-uplc o
PWhen he relurnei later bg .....d lh- t--rrln|itr-
noticed that the lattery was miss- distirlci
The most detailed answer that > valued at to
has been giv
Village
being repaired Ha hi
" Soro^bm'.^rn^'f'nr."^
tance at the roads yesterday gave
him the impression that they were
I being filled up
ing.
matter to the Police. The batter-
but the material
>' hotel proprietor* and restau- %,?*& buY*rilirfaHSPto ,.""'" J^^^B^uL
rant keepers in Port-of-Spain over ,_. prl7r wa, follow* that on November 8 he and ; ... -
Tmeat shortage which struck the ?The pV..!.i of this picture is to vln Moore wen, ou by gj]Pl J^1^'^ Ietvm Wl|h fow
,sUnd some days ago. Confer- Bnow whcre this ship Is anchored Theatre and mm UUl krry. Hi ^* hl u wtls n(An(.t
encea of an informal nature were al S(. James Port. The point of kept watch while Uoon^ took a, ^ whBt ,
held over the week-end among this is that thia was put here so the battery out from the engine residents had failed
people concerned and they came that the one who answers correct- About two wt*k, ufter mn by acPonipU!th
Jothe aotadiaston that if Govern- ly may receive the sum of $5 given th- -
ment does not give some enlight- bv the Advoeaie M-
.i.menl on the problems it would A far ery back placed ihe point ter>
be difficult for them to supply as the "beaching of th.
food for the number of tourlsU wallto
.xpected for this year's Carnival .train notrier ^^ntram^ .nougm Rpfm ^^.^ ^ 9fnXw:t o(
celebration*
ll,, r'.ft.l'^rmere S.I.
Ihg Mrxlern High School on oppo-
i kta aUSM 1 the streeU are next t^
be met with Combermere ha-
well-kept flower lieds, while the
outstanding thing about the Mixi-
em la 1U yellow walls and huge
lieei within its grounds.
Above the Modern i* ;.nolhe.
-g?--t.rtS ISLiSS... buihimg. .S ....,. s...
lorr
Moore
n the eng
kveelu after a man
ot Jemmott went t<
re's house and saw the ba.-
there Ho (Miller i (UN
Cent- the buttery to Jemmott who gave
the same nautical him 1
_ another entrant thought ... ,,__ ^_,._
tha'. .t wi the S3. London Mar- Before passing the j^ flJiy marninc
..------... .^nnsonment on Mil- _. Wll*
12
nths' imprii
TAXIS GONE
THE taxi stand just above Nel-
n looked stiange at 9 30 yester-
There im space foi
icenter Ooing further up th
...reet Is the biggest fruit COssUe
..here there are piles of grape-
fruits under an old, wcathei l>ea'.-
en shed After the (.loin- Theatre
one comei to the Gull, House
Id wall and wood-
p i buildnu. i tahwh no one seems
live
. ::..'-
i in v.. faaaday, January 10. Mr
McClcan and his staff visited the
St John ltaptisl B.^>
, i, Me.ulMi.isti'i mernbersi
i,f the stall and chihln-n were
%....-mated.
(ttie hundred and forty-nine
1
-' silus Girls' School on r"rid.i
l.u.t Four ol the staff were al
m* in vine I nations.
II. A. VAUGIIAN praatdaxl
r the Conleniiii 0] "lil
i ,i ,i Aivsociations which ww
held .it Combormara .-> Saturday. January b- NHMly
representing M 0.4U
ttaodad
BMt* Anw. Social Welfare
oitl-ei. K.ive im inspiring t'k in
..hied ih mentl- IMd the uuoil that
o S A eould do for the com-
munity She tppaaMd l<> te.nhi I I
for their c.i oparaUon .uni support.
After lunch wa* t.iken id 1 |> '<
therO wu perlud of games, those
DOing bskatl by Mr
Bi KM Bl J"'"1 A
acted t Mi B 0 l^rde.
a Bmlth aad aacondaa by
kd t Aiieyne. Ttie eonlawnc*
, ,,.! ;i one-mlnuia silence |i
,, live Late Mi CU "
\i Drakai who w.. pumeei o.
nc 0,8 movement
.
.-,- follow C. st. M fhenbaldi.
- i lyds Oollop, Vic*
la O. 1 i
Secretary, Ml W '> Hayne
Th i uri at 'i Mi- M cijiki
Mr s > i da md Ml I
Milling'" '
THESE Will- Hi
at Ul i'. C until
Friday, 19th January, at 8.*o p.rn
. i ciarnme will be as foi

News; The King"* Musk
World's Wool. Gardens of England
BUILD UP THEIR
RESISTANCE
TO
KUSSOl.lAN
KOSSOL1AN
KOSSOI.IAN
KUSM01.1AN
BLOOD SALTS
POULTRY TONIC
UACl HOUSE TONK'
lOlll/.Kl) Sl'lCR
NTIM'K lAKM f'OMIIIIII\ I'OHIIKIIS
KNIGHTS LTD.-All Branches
animated Opinions
Bail Mr. l,eo KlDf:
'YOU CAN in i l<>\ IT
HKIN'G TIIK BMWfUf TBEAT!"
Toffee
MADE IN U.K.
The Perfection of Confection
PALST I0FFEC LID.
LONDON W S
-PALM' WORRt.
The acling Food conlroiler. Mr Another point that was not thr
Acre there
The aclma rooa loniroiier. .^i Another point thai ua not mr -.------- ";,- ,..-,. .,,,.
A A. Doullas. said: "Owin. to po,t wu ,h It was the Pier- were P"''"l-;i.":'""'d "'''
the lark ol cold .lora,e accom- nd Point This ,ew probably <*' "J*S" 1Kli "a. ,T.seJ-
modat in in November laal. tha oramnUd anoUitr entrant to aub- *' " " iE.
>""?'"" *S T^,":.:.r'yF^Tn.hcnd
was in from the USA. and there
wa. money to be made at the taai
the Haasage Warehouse
VENEZUELAN
AIRLINE COMING'
modation in November last, the promnlr daMftmatlt found It neccary to m|, ,'hat this ma lhe letty at ;"ly bad ca ' 'J"J' .
, shipment ol 117 tons ol Speiahl.town ha h went tr, th. n:"'">
b,^r ,!,, should have arrived 1" Touch Ol Philosophy *",'%. "" bal er,P
that month It was then espectcd smr wlth Wurh , philoaophy ' """'" *" '
Sat It would be possible to .hip m>d<. ,.old Melhod, f>le Hard- Me watchrd while the othei
e beef for arrival In December >n(| ,, rtwwn by picturaa rn, took away the battery, know.
"The next ship, which arrive,! mfcv muaeadn ,ne this to le wrong.
December 2. did not bring tna some aimed at bringing out de-
meat and the sailing of the follow- (a)), Df the ships placed it at "the
1ng ship Ihatwa.^due lo_arrivc ship's bow i. pointing l
i .,ik'< whk i,
ing two l'. ., IiBMuDi ., K I v butch Airl
Cilvin M,v. us. .lain,- Hurt M, v..
Some anlrlaa (..rived after 3 Miller named a. the man who t,... Ing tr* r KL M
, lav lint wee not eon- out the batter.. ,. now balng I. : li I .1 lor per-
sidered aa the cluing time i. 10 bylheP.,1. Urgi I halle,,.. ,
Wednesday. Brceny mtal ruela and Curacao here.
STEVEDORES STRIKE
IN ANTIGUA
ANTIGUA. Jan. IT
The Lad* NeMea. an
Miller h.i- MM pTCVlOai 001 i l-.ur at II IJI
Uoa for larceny when hr was .'* all(l left two hours later for St
nbout the end of December was ^'one" "simply'stiled-'S.ern 9" ''-'f/ "" l '"
,leferre,l and It is not now ex- To end II all one with a touch <""? ^SSL*""
reeled to arrive until February 0f the poet, placed it .1* a "Lovely
|S, Suruvet".
"In addition to th
.hlpment of 147 tons.
uantities are exuected and |he
meat shortagf w*11 thfn rnd '
NO decision has yet been made
on the application by the Oovern-
VassBuala for permission
|r run n Vene*uelin Airline here
ai far as he knew Mr c VCttson
Knight, Venezuelan Vlee Consul
fur Barbados, told the Adveratr
\fsterclay
The Venezuelan QOV
cipproaehed the Imperial Oovetri-
1 ient on the mattai
-\dvarale
.Mr Veal
& Co. Ltd local agent
Bobby Socks
For Srhonl OAfSfl
A wide assortment
White. Navy
Blue
Prices From
&
in
Brown
4ly to nt
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
T9K1RSBAY. JANUARY 18, 1941
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
!- V "- "v." ~- >
\
X'
' \VLL.(
V- 90MCT- N^ Tr,
BY WALT DISNEY
nBB
BLONDJE
T
BY CHIC YOUNG
i I
2S Lz


THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
WONOWHOwWwiTW POllOWIN', NOIWTIW MOWfAP.] A** tS AS OOCO A PUCeN /*Hd'
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
ix. on- to tm cwnce
A6 I "*e LOT TO
fcO-AJJ1 lO-L 9f**OW
magg*f i rnwD
tVT4' ID **K OUT OUtLY
aXJMf 1>* -OUSl - -OU
OW WB*V WHO. TWKi ft.
o.ia-* o*y-*oatTiu*v
lOutf OAUOKTT3? JUiVr
n?NGp AnP VtpTD
VTItCMAI.VFOC*J
acw coo ak:iL.iapi
*TTM THSM 6t^ff
aus-capy*
*LLO CWPOV DO TUT
mookoa* AHhtr
C* TMS LCMtLjC^r MAI-..
r MOPC &*= WlL LET
* *At7 O* C- T,4EM.
>"<

RIP KiRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
;'"L **' " "N -SC A C
T-* C*T5CTrvS.'MiT ts) rtELU TALK ABCuT T*rr
T. MEAMN5 C* 'V.fi y l-ATBI..' VOU Altf THE
.STOuSlOWl^Sfc--------^\ ic*_EO 6TAV PWT
K-S6.' 066. KV fXE
T-ir -
00/
THE PHANTOM
flHICrVlt)t7 RXKETTHAI.
M-lKH-e WAX*. (HAVE TAKE MtIO
|jf WSfB'HCVj) lit PlAeEWHEK
HVK HCTliRES 11 TMEV LEFTtHElB.
LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
MWAKTUND DIANA. I STABT
AHJGCKN6 jl.B.>LI'D BETTER
10KI? l^m GOMOME TOHER
#f

STERLING INVESTMENTS
If you have sterling funds Hi
invest, we shall be glad to
recommend sound securities, wilhto
the sterling area which will provide
you with an income of 5*
Royal Securities Corporation Ltd.
Montreal. Toronto. Halifax. St. John ft B.
St. John's Nfld. VaaooBver. U innipeg. OJgMy^
Quebec, rldmonron.
taatvo vanr. o*wnK*k. ov in
Mine* bv .it-wt. lain Alh a
Wwr ri(bt away. Bpwilim
*" araari m.kr. Alh-S*lL.i
N-IMtlDC. btlpr. IU pairv
ktllia,
It IialMlv
MkaSeltiPr
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barhd) LTD.
Barbados Correspondents.
HARPIC
CLIANS It
FOt YOU
Jt ipnnM* ooe 'M.rpl.'
Mty ho"l -tow ownughi ihm Bfc.
'IIuph' ilrana, dtunlnu and dcodixWn
itw whuk pan. including tht S-lxnd
HARPIC
THI SPECIAL UVHOn CllHS>
WOHH
Tat uui pcuplo dipLiid.. 4)uih*
a bit TDuB mapport of "Hoi
Industrie "
tximpai*
LlMI
(pr*c and quaUly) agalnat nny
similar article and you will find
you get better value. Llmolenc is
bs reirenhlng u a breath of Sprint*
I IB to 07c at your dealer.
11f< June ihJ(HnUar*f It always is m Barbados and
/V^/;^"-^ that's uihy Northerners enjoy our
climate, and their favourite foods.
DOWNYF1.A.KE CAK MIX Oingac. Vanilla. Ouealat. Flntw.................................. 9c. p., Pk,.
SPfCIAl-
MEAT DEPARTMENT:
l'KI>I! AUSTRALIAN HCEF
m
STEAK, ROAST,
STEW
IAMB I!\
LEGS
CHOPS
CANADIAN
SALMON
KIPPERS
SI.II Ml
BACON
HAM
APPLES
Par lb_______30c
Per ,*,___ain.on
Confectionery
M.11U FotouiU.
Oniaai ............ (lu
M.W. N.w hnr
1Mb___________ 1.32
Gl !! CtW-
la ......_...........90
Fry-. Hani Nul.
MM .................. 2.M
PokoU's Court
Fruit Drop. ........ .94
PascaU'. Fruit
Salad ............. 14)1
PaicalF. Frnll Bar-
l^r 8ua .......... .91
Pacair. Glaoaw
Barl.y Suaar .91 -.56
Canned Soups
H.Uu. Soupa. Ultmti
Tomato Soup ..........Si
Crasm HHarnaa
Soap ...................... .42
Cr.am Chicknn
Soup ...................... .49
OTallRaup ......._.. M
V-3-afck. bv .._. JO
Scotch Broth Soup .... JOB
Onion Soup .............. .34
Mnlllylu| k .39
Kidn.y Soup ...........30
Canned
Vegetables
WnoWOauMomi... M
Canst. ........................ .35
MHml VMjMabkM lor
Soup .....................15
Aaparagu. Tip. .......85 '
Frmch Mu.hroom. .54
Tniilin. .................. .36
S Jukes and Squashes
Sottlw. Tomato
lulo* ....................... .99
SDvvr Ial Pineapple
Julc. ._.................... M
Trln: OraaQ. Juice .. .33
Trin: Orange &
Grapetruil ]uic . .23
Trin: Grapetruil
Jule............23
Clayton'. Lemon
Squash...............93
Orancj. Barl.y
W*l ..................... 1.99
Canned Fruit
Poor. .................... .89^37
Poach*. .............59-^97
Aprlcoa .............3237
Fruit Salad ................ .99
Qrapa* ...................... .33
Plneappl. Ptoco. .......42
CocktaU ClMniM 1.40, .59
Syrups and
Marmalades
LyW'i Gold.n
Syrup ............42
Chocolot. Syrup .
Br.ch.rt Castle Gold*
n Syrup ...............
Golden Shred Mar
alode ......_______
Silver Shred Manual-
acU ......................
Hartley'. Marmal-
ade .....................
S.A. Marmalade
(Mb) ................
Trinidad Marmalade
.3!
Liqueurs, Wines, Etc., Etc
French Creme do Month. .
French rhll| BKmdy .....
French Crwn. de Cacao ,
Drambuie ..........................
French Kunumeil...........
ChabU. (1947) ....................
Vln Ron. (1947) ..................


THURSDAY. JA.VUAKY It, ltSl
BARBADOS MIVOl \TI'
PACK. SKVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS
IM III M
TILCPHOME 230S
. .1 111 .i|M W>
'l *.H *?*' bp*. Ule ln4 .

p m I,, -dav fir M Ann Churrri
Frienn. are w>M to attend
Will,.." Denial a. ..bend.. Enid Mr
T .n .-
a-.a Milh.-anl JVr- .'.u|Dt.i. Kath-
leen laatoner *o Maud Cummin*
THANKS
*Wo Ihr- .indenltnrrf gratefull
.rkiKnwii' hhIi Ofn*-i unpreclalio
the MUKanrr ^ndrml u* and rel"
ih.ink. in all lot the manr nptr^
pM "f VTr.pxihv irndPred u* on th
.le.itr. f mi, I,ii. gran.l-mr.1her Mn
Hr-oarta Hall
Carmen. LiaMlle. Merdonald -,r>d Corded
11.111-1-
rH ncNT
HOUSES
II CMU*
ashton
Ckiocn. Puii< i.mm.
Bedroom*. Verandah over imiri ~tnr
-M and .11 modarn nxv^Wm. Dial
MS* 13 1 Jl- an
HIGH WIND* hthUttt^
Jaouarr. February March and May IMI
Dial MM HUTCHlNaON a> BANTTELI)
U.IJl-.>
GIBRALTARCall la With tar the
inenlha of Ftbruarr to Jun 1B3I Apply
Ii Mr*. r II Farmer. Andre*, i-
Dui xnr it i n-3"
rtOTlCE
"'I'" Ol (HUM
Sealed Tender. >>arM.
.nvelnpe TiMa ip. i^, !
rereivepl -1 Hi'
OOO '."IMMMl
liar VeMtv
CferM I'.-'.
mii-i
NOTICE
The atlent.cn ol all Fe>.*. rum. and
.unipaiiie carryint on iiadr or Pudnw
ii Ihe City of Midgetemn *r>d In otkar
an. and place, of p* Michael i. drawn
.. II- provlaona of ;urj*a#-Ur>n of *ecti
.t. V". V*"V*** *c' "-*. which
"On
before !..
IIEATHFnj>-TI*. Crane. furr.lU.ed
from January lath Appb Mr*. A. D
Hrruert Phone IMS i: I >1 W.
HCKtMfumtihul nf unfunulhed ail.
or -iihoul meal* S mite* from lawn
Hrtideniial Area Hov X X C Advo-
cate Co. It IMIi
FOB SALE
MfVI A IOIMI
LOST
AUTOMOTIVE
OVAL OARAGE LTII
IM
' AR Renault Sedan li good working
order, new Hatter '. Tyre in eareilert
condition M C M Html. Room Ml
I'l.Mallon. Building Phone IMS. Salt
10 1 II in
TTIUCKS T*.,. Dodge Truck* and
V mod. I in pood working orda-
AddI: the Manager Ridge Plantation.
Clwl.t Church, or Phone MOft
11 I SI Ir
ELECTRICAL
HF.FHIGKIIATOR % cubic ff Nori!'
In perrfe! condition Wl
I day of Fetaruj
th
CRHFN IXATHFlv PL USE 4Tontpj.ur.
ill nrlpt. and RACE nCKKT Srr"
M Itll lindn ilfaw lUrn Mn* I
ttrtlr Hind Bailaplaln*. St Andirv.
parwh iiablr to Or ralad ... ,
of profit dTivr,| from rarrvoif ..r
Uada *hall n>M> to ih* ,ww on i>
f.m lo ha ohia.nau fioi,
a P>ii.n. in rrtUng of ii*,i .,^et.t.
I annual proHi. i m^.^,,,,, mS
Ina provttlon* of tnr aald Art for lh-
purpnw of a* r-umfnl
'In rsar any Proprwtoi or othrr
paon ahall > .r...,. nl iha raauUr
dato of ctoaint Arcounio Mmi a dai
>..b-a*,rni Mth Novpmbar bm p.u.r
In In FPbruai,. Inan the Return mutt,
Or mad* to In* Vaaraani on m brfor*
Ino ISth day .,( March
'In caae any pr
panuMi >Kall b-r n.
prraod durind wniid
latod be uruuMr lo
b' l.i rern-uar^. II
iprietor or othar
aon of lh* ahorl
the buuneaa
'take l he Rti
en no Return
Fallui
P1XIT OF AJJt AND COPY l
talnint to Mr Helena Holloed.
14hd Finder p!ra*e return lo Advo
' makliip MH'.in.
tea. Iha VaMiy c
-formed by teller
mu,* -.th tn, ragulre-
aubaa*-tton render* the
eiHHi< liable to a penally
rlfl> pound. iIM.
a over which Trad.
.Mae to rai
he pnrarribed
,- it* i...
ITHLH SALES
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
* "ffer A D Worm.
Wln.loa. Bank Hall lid Phone U30
".1.11H
BMCVtVTD: A ahlpment ol Petrol
RKriHc IiBMin, .d Chartlii* plant'
M-3J Volla t amp* Frk. S0 00
C.le A Co. lid. ma,-*!
FUKNITUKB
FVlWITl'wr_-R1,|Qh m~M oflera lh,
Wowlrli New Mahc>ny furniture
Dining chair. par pr Tub Chair*
m* Op par pr Corklail Thle* Hi> 00
- IIS 00 Btreamllnrd Moi-
rla chair* t3S M'each. Vanilla* hq
each alao unpainlad ruah chair* roek-
eri and .tool* Nol fonratlUuj a large
aaaortmrnt i,f erand hand furniture
Call al Ralph Beam, fumiihlng ahow
room>. H.-rdwood Alley Open lam
tn 4 p >n dally Cloee Mlurdtur
inoom Phone 4*al II I tin
LIVES iOCK
COW P. Hd Mi Ha Heifer, bv R 1
BHII Prince Albert. 1* 3 week. old. Dl
I J. W SmMh. Radcot. |to>Wn R.
ii .h.pi-1 i i
MISCELLANEOUS
' ' a.r.,"iain7w. COntorl
O. S. Cnppi,, at IDS n. Mqt
IS. I SI -ft.
CAPS I'lAitir Shower Cap*. Ir
variOTii pa Hern a. Tin earti. Thi
Modern Dreaa fthoprte Kill
DIVING nnOQMt! ftllin votiraeli In
the mm. by Mrlnvnirw under attrr. ant!
throuch vonr loffM admire Ihe n.ul'i-
COJourad Ikah aruund >ou KM*,in a
I'Hor.NIX 111.31 -Jo
For a pxnl tomr alter the Phi Ir*
'Rcvi.ii <\kt u**r on Bai
ltd ..ii.i pataublr prcpai-i-
Hon. Price 11 Ooi KMGKTS LTD
Till: lir.XAM. (UrMIWT
in I M Tn
. ii,.
-.'...i.,,. ,,-
val.mble irmrdv
KNIGHTS LTD
m i at ?T.
iBYPim ll.c r.oler.ive Oei
Dir4nlrctuiit i- deadly lo Oerma. vnd It
u**d In the klck-roohi lor -praying pur
poea and ..nd brulart
Hric* 40c I- i; i m in
PILLS ll.-i.il Kidnev 1 Illadder Pllh
I ..... btrl MTatHlx. n, r, .in,!,,i,uii
i leaniw and purify ihe blood .Jid an
n mild but offertlve llvir llmulau'
PHc* 1 S ll Obtainable at Knlghli
Ltd II 1 M In
I't.HMA.fCHT naadtoa far yaw record
(layer, and needle- of all kind* Pile*
IIM. Recorda of all klnda too. A.
liARN'r:-! Ir CO.. LTD M UHI f n
ROLLS KNIGHT') IAZOHR- Uap a R-lli Raror DRUG STORED 11 1 SI-Jn
nwKrrr buying el STORES. m*ICVIT*Wa earrv -.ect Itoiii See uv rwneri- KNIGHT v II n large-before DRUG M ?,,
. '" "' ' i rtwdfetM i,,., | ii,.
iniurance Company. 1 will all on
Friday. January HHh .t Allayn. Arthiir .
*'"'*' "*" " Fort Royal Oarage
?-Mk"Mr' Row (" ' '
llan'WlM In aorkddnl Bdta al 3 p m
Term* earn_________
vmcrorr oriffith.
MAC PPTAT*
CAVB d ...., Hi- ii \si.iiiis-
*e win art up for aale b Public
rgniUHun at our Office Jalli*. Mrrrl
on Friday and February IMI. at I p.m
CAVB A ROACKBB PLANTATION*
UuatP In SI. Luey and containing by
rai if nation U acroa ) rood* 13 perchn
of wtiich about 41 acre, are atabx
Tne acreage t* made up a* follow
*'. acre* I.I crop cane, ready for
reaping
I* acraa /ount> carrr.
M acraa tour graaa
t acre* 13 perchaa In preparatioi .
road*, yard* ale
Inspection on application to Mr.
Orrnond Knlglit on thp prpnilaei
YEAKWOOD A ROYCK
MMfMffl
II. 1*1I r
. C. PXDVAN-
Clerk. M Michael Ve*n.
' >.S1 I
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application ol Eldica Thompaon of
Ci.apel Gap. si Michael for pcrmi.-K.ii
to .|| spirit. Malt Liquor*. Ac .1 a
board and ahlagle .hop will, .hed.ool
attached al Chapel Oap. si Michael
iMted ii.i- tTih dav i j.,..,, |a_u'
To it A McLKOD. -..
ISH.ce Maguual*.
Dl.t A "
CLDICA TltOMlsos
N B ThU pppUcapn MB t! MM
reed al a Larenalng Cc.irl to bv held ji
Polite CowH. Dl.lrlct "A" on Mifdd\.
Ine th dav of J .n..ar> IMl at |t
o'ei^k. am.
I A M. II. Hi
Pol.ee Magi*lrate. Dl.t A
\OTHIS
TAKE NOTICE
ZEPHR0L
TVai MAY A ftAKBR I.IMirrj.
IrfMah coaatton, trading a- Manuftvr
--------U wt
.- .
i PaWt"
infant v aial
iixhI*. plaitrr*. Material fi I
naiarMl for wappawg toatn
..iiniaum- preparation, fa
weed* and daatroong vnmn.
ba entitted to ragtiief the *.
one Ktaoih fraan the Ifrth da
TAKE NOTICE
ANTHISAN
Thdl MAY HAKFI iimhh' j
llrultfi Cnmpon>. Iradlng a. Manufartiir.
.- g CbarntaU. who e trade buatnea*
addrtwr i- Ddgonhanv Eeaaa. aM|Un ha. ppplltd for the rtdtatratton of a trade
TAKE NOTICE
NURSIA BRAND
N V I *
PRODUCTKN I'I
/.I'lVKLBfjRBIIYFRx
i\'mpon duly argaiiMeil
I oi ine Nri".t|..,.o- I."
...nl MaifwAtit. wher trade of buai- i
naa. iildil. I- II fVrnad am. Hot
lerdan ih.
fa. Ih- redUtcMH-. I
"..u ,.- *.* ami <
TAKE NOTICE
SULPHATRIAD
Ka-r> aaMftPII*
.- rnptrt

re* m.tenal for MhiUii.*
i>al ioi I MUM taetii panto I
MHirltra* a,-l I
M, rdPMe lee pod pmldre. rI will
rrdaUi to rwg.-i. pup* afli
Ml MM !' itti I.....( Ipmiai
ueilrai raane pec.,. Mtail n
itrme llvr itcc IP dupi
..'
,f oppoailun
tnade mark
Toe
iran on gppllppllon at m>
Date.' 'hi lth 4a> of Jaruiar ip
M WTIJ.IAV*i
HetTletrpr ol Trade Ma'.
pnani
MUM
l<>ada. p>a*ter> inaterul lot handapirtp
material fni topping HrPth dental wa;
,ii.infecta.it> praparatloei* (oi "ii '
-coda and deaUoyina' **rmln. and will
h.- enliUed to rpflPUi the a-m. ef- i
. ,.r iwanlh from Ihe Ifnh day nl
MM) IMI uflloaa PPPfic pertoi. *han
n, Ihe meantimr glvr nottor In duplwai.
IP raw at n, pMre of ppp-altloi. of aucli
i ran or, application at any oMr-e
Dated thi ITth day of Januar* >"
II WIL1JAMS
Rrgnrtrar of Trode Mara.
TAKE NOTICE
EARM BRAND
V FAPRIKK VAN Ml
IRUDVCTTN DKR VTrNti.ll'
M'tValJasBDIM a brnWk,
CprpgPM | dull organiinl under tin
law* ol ihe INetntrlano.. Mnuuta. ti,r< '
i-.ui Marrtuirtta. whope trade or au.me-
rddrota I* II Pe.**-tn*dani Rotlerd>i'
'Tfca MlMiiilpiiflai baa applied foi UM
A p| Ragtater tn reapn of milk
MM milk and datry rd<<> and pr.
I'uct.. derliait fran, aame alao prodii I
ii-, liming the aald ftoa-l
Kit. edible Ma and porr.dpe. prl
-Hi b rniltled to reaiptr* the aam
d*, Pi
ahall
TAKE NOTICE
THE undrmgn-d will prl up tar aald
I'y public Competition at their office
Roebuck Street. Bridgetown on Fri-
day the IBth Inilant al 1 p.m.
IVANTON
With the land thereto belonging con-
taining 11.113 aquare fret, mtuate at
Top Rock, ChrlM Church
The dwrllingbouae comprlRM thrro
bedrooma with large built-in cupboard*,
rrpactoua lounge, dining room, and mod-
ern klichrn. together with two Iliad
lolieli and btlha Servant room* and
k*rnge Tha property commandi a mag.
rlfleent view
For further particular*. inapeetlon
and Condition, of Rale. Apply to R. .
Nicholl. A Co.. Tplaphone 3P3S
1.1.51-On
Html ii i 1 rOR -Ml OR l.l s i
KENDAL HILL Chrlal Churcn.
Ownar leaving laland aoon. Two fled
roorna. Dining Room. Drawing Room
Kit.-i.rn. Shop attached, enrloppd Ytrd.
Itoiiar wire awaiting current. 3 Rood'
3! I S IVrche. of I-ikI Ap|>ly M D. C.
Ford, on prrrruar*. 1.. 1 ;.i r,
nprtiKARLE Dwelling hotve railed
xiurKZEiJEY" (Unding on approi-
matrlj I rood 3u percbaa of land at
Maxwell Coaat Road, Oirm Church
The hour* contain* open Vrrand*h
Pi-wlng room. Dining room. Rreakfa.l
loom. KJIthen Ttaree brdrpoma with
orea-ing ropn. ..nd nirurtor w1r-.
.!,.-,,-ialr*. Om lap.
bathroorn wraUira U
."mi'Ulii Electric!
Three prranla' room
in yard. Oarago for two rara.
Thp above property will W apt
for palp try Public competition at c
Office Jama* Str**t on Friday II
UQUOB LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Imnl Orlflllh of
Nrlaon Street. SI Michael f..i perml* ion
lo aril Spun* Mall Liquor. Ar at
bottom door vf a J~ator*y wpjl And
wooden building 111 Neiaori SI Citv
Daiad thi. |pth day 01 Januar* HS1
To- r A. M.-I |i Hi Ragi
Police MaglMiata.
RMBT ORIFFITfl
- application will be eor.il-
ered pi a Licenairg Court to be held at
Pollro Court. Di,.,),, ^, on y,ltiB,
rlock.
it*
of Ji
HI
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The appl trillion , .erneae RIcMMt Of
Dn-TPll, Rd. Cl.n-1 Church. f. pe,
mitaon to aril Splr.i.. Malt llqiutr A>
1 a board and ho.g.e 'hop with *hed-
mof altpchpd at liayrall. Rd Chrl."
11. .mi. within DIM "A"
Dated thi* HHh Ipv of January. ItAI
To r A. McLBOD. Baq .
Folke MagKtrate
DUt A
VtHNKS>. IUCIIAHDH.
Applicant
NH Thi. application will be roiiild
errd al a Ltrt-nalng Courl to be held M
Police Court. DtntTtct "A'' on Fild.iv
Ihe Mth day of Januprv. ttfll at II
liuroi: LICENSE NOTICE
tdnlpnu W0.KH1,
01 lullodpo P.-.l. Si M-..... for 1-. -
miHton to apU 4pi.it- Mult i.iq.ior* *. .
. Irtl ami .hlngle '
I M'PrUoi
by appointment Dial MM
YEAKWOOD A POYCE.
Solicitor*
"1S1-U-.
CulkMirn Rnad. SI Michael
I..I..I fhk. ISth da. ol January, IMI.
E A. MelXOD. I -: .
Policr Magl.lril-
Dht -A'
ADOLPIIUS WOODING
Apuluanl
i H TIM- application will be coniud-
il al a Lire nan* I ,111 fat ba bptd *|
H OMtrirt "A- .-1 Th.itMlri<
lh dav 01 Janupr> |p3l M 11
.
eiic.. Man..I* I 1
trade or bu.uie-. ad.lre*. M fW Hrventn A**' - New Yo.k l l ,', 1 Ftp* > -
fulled Stale, of America ha. applied foi me reai.'rpllon of a irade mark u.
Ian -A" nt Radiator in reapert of phoraM'Mm Tver-nle.. pb,.n..iapii ...ord. and
im.nl 1.1.,.. and will he enlitleri to redat.i Ihe jme all.! one month from Ihe
ISth day ol January. IMI. untra* torn* BrMD .hall tat the meonini.e give oik.-
in duplicate to me at m. office of oppp-i' pi Mrtfe I -. Irati.m The Irade
n.ark can be wen on application ti my pmre
DMed thi. ITth da. of January la*!
/ 11 V.IU.IAMM
Re|i.1rar ,.f T'.-
TAKE NOTICE
Columbia
That COLUMBIA HECORDS INC. a poipnration orgamreo and tklPtJM unde-
ihe law. ol Ihe Stale ol Delawaie. Uniled RUtp. of Ainerwa. Manufa.ioier-. -'
trade or bimne*. Pddre*. 1. ? Seventh Aver.,,. New York II. Rtale ..f Nw Yoik
fniteti Slate* of America, ha* applied for Ihe regnfrptton of a trail' mark in Part
A* af Iteanater in reaper! nf phonograph b '.iking mpchine.. part- and atfroaaoi-
r- therefor namol). record bruahr rr-ppai'i- .e-die. or rt'li. record enveiope
rrcord Ilium, needle r,,p- and pitillPd to raguter ihe Mme after one mgr.i' 'rorn lh- iMh pay 01 J-nuar. HA I
Mill-" aome poracHi *hPll in Ihr moai.' -- .1 dui'li
office of oopoMUPri of ruch rrPitrralloi. Th* itade mark can
ration < rv pfltop
Dptpd thi* ITth day of January. IMI
JL
1 TAKE NOTICE
Thtl COLUMBIA RECORDS IM ..,......H.*"*-*) 1 '
Ho law nf ihe Rtatr of Delaware United Sla
tie or bia.li***). pddnw. i- tM hV.mil> Ave< ,-. Mow V...I II '
nltod HUte* of America hp. applied tor

itg aata, radio and 1
..nplHtei pnattamriUni and rerti

haoiat*. and leak, grid ronderuer. nidi* Igtapp and n
l .


hall 10 It-
,.plirale lo gPJ al my aence of opp-.......1 1
Dated |hl. ITth dav nf January ItAI
ll WILLIAMS
Police Migtrtrate.
\Mi"ll
SUIT-LENGTHSI11 Orov Pin Stripe^
MM per length of 3V. yprda lake a hint
brother, you'll never get It al thi* price
fain And whal f more Ml fumi* 1
pair of pantt (Or llltlp ovpr a
St.nwa; SIOTP 17 1 SI 3n
SAFE -Una I^rge Ftre-Proof Safe In
I>wftprl condition DlmprpMon* Inalde
I fart wide bv S tart hUh. Apply
R. S. Nicholl* Co. Tplpphona No SMS
Tin til
STOCKINGS Kayaer 31 gauge Denier
Nhlon Slocking*. [avpIv SI. .dr. All
ire. 13 11 par pair. Modern Draaa
Khoppe It.1.81dr..
TAIlIi<:ixyrHH--plplle Larga Table-
ciotm -PrrMv Panama M M MM
each The Mod*rn Drr*a Shoppa.
him -fin.
TABUTTS De Wi
Stomach. He-rl1.u..
Gaatrilu No matter ware vou are e
what you are doing you can take then
and no waler * needed. Ihey diaaolv.
monthly on the tongue Price II box
Knight. Ltd II 1 IrMl
YACHT'"Pater Pan" 13 a ft Ra-
condillonad 3 rail ol aall*. Phone 3333
IT I l-3n
WANTED
TWO ROODS OF UAICD aKuale ai
Turning. It Mlahppl. In lh.
Mr. Rnringer a* tena-i
tharaol.
Tha above will ba apt up tor *aU al
public competition at our aWae ir
l.-ra. Street. rMfPtowi, on Fflda.
Iha IMh January IMI. at I p.m
CAHRBVOTON A SCALY.
Solicitor.
13 1.11 Tn
I'lHlH N4TTICSS
LKfCOK LICENSE NOTICE
The apphr-*'!..!. of A T Taylor Ud
of CoMrldt* Street St M.charl. (or
premraeton to mi RrMrM*. Malt Liquor.
at a I-ator*>v wall building HI
ridge street and Mahogan. U.~
Clly
Dalad Hub Itth r.ay ol Januar- Itll
a H A. TAIaWA. Eaq.
1 'ill' r Ma* :.!
I>f
LTD
par A E Tayt.r.
An.......
N It Tim application will be conrtd
ered at a LaranMng Court to He kold a
Pok-e Court. Dtalru-t "A" -r Thnrad...
11.. *ti. 4a> J-,. . ,, HB1
o'etofk. a m
H A TAIA1A
PolWr Manadralr. Diet A
II 1 SI Ii
niAUFFrTl'R Gardener Referer.rei
and rrperience required. Write, dating
paitk'ilar* to Bor 'A*1 C o Advocate
Co. I Jl-n
i-HF-F. WAITERPint cUaa cirri
a* par knifed French and Creole cooking.
Bl*o Head Walter for New flnt la*a
raaUuranl oppnmg In port-of-Spain.
March prf. On|v eperienred men naad
ai-plv Write giving particular* of
P O Box Ma. Port-of-Spaln
Trinidad. B W 1 III tln.
LIO.COR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Grar.vllle Millar
voider of Liquor Lie erne No .ta oi
IMI. granted to h.m in roapact ol
bottom floor of a I-atorry Wall building
at corner of Kin* Wm. and Nelaon
Iquor Lleanre Ar at ground Aaor of
3-atorry wall and wooden buildup
Nelron StrPBl Clt.
Dated UM* 1Kb dp> of January IMI
a H A. TALMA, atao
I-..., Maajga.pt.
DIM "A"
ORANVlLLE Mil.; AH
Applicant
NBThi. apwlacaiion will ba ronard-
.rrd at a Lkmung Court to be held it
Police Court. Dirtrlrt "A" on Frlda'
the Mih day of Jmuary. IMl at 11
ki-k tn.
M. A TA1>IA
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASIUTANT rill HI OF
APf-rAI.
nquitabW Judadlctk>n>
Gi.TTFRHD AIX1EHNON FRANCIs
Plaintiff
II.YS-SES ST AUBYN Rl'DnFR
defendant
IN pun) ..nee of pn Order In thi
Court In tha above action made on tne
13th day of November IM0. I give nolle
to rll per win* having any palate, right
or miercat in or any Hen or inrumbranre
afTaclmp-.
HI Ihat rortiiin place or poreat ef land
ML 1c at Sweet notion. In Ihe pariah of
Saint George and I.land aforeeaid con-
I-11 ,ug by admaaruremaril two load.
tlUrtv pan 11* or lharaaaboiit* abutting
und bounding on two Mdaa on land.* of
Aadrewa Plantation, on land* now 01
late ef one Mr* Doth and on Land*
fotmerly of J Small but now of Mr
All.rt Ruddar or how-arer aiaa tha
.i.c may abut and bound: to MMaj
before IM an account of Uielr aald claim
with thai, wllnaaaa*. aaraumant* and
voucher., to be examined by ma on
any Tuq-daa. or Flldav between the
hour, of 13 inoonl and 3 o'clock In Uar
aflamoon. at the OfBca of the Clark
af Iba Aaalatant Court of Appeal at tha
C011H Houw. Bridgetown, before the
Mth day of January IMI, In otdar tha-
auch claim- may be ranked according to
the nature and priority thereof reapec-
tivttv, otherwlac ruch perron* will be
precluded from Ihe benefit ti ' pM
PrCT*- and ba deprived of all claim
,on or agalrut tha aald propart.
CMImanta are alao notified Ihal they
n u attend tha aald Court on Wadnaa
day. tha Mth day of January IMI, at
IC o'clock am when their *>ld claim-
Ill ba ranked
Given under my hand thi. 'ill. day
I November IfM.
I V. GUJCEri
Ag Clerk of lt,e Aa-latpnt Courl
of Appeal
MJlt pn
TAKE NOTICE
MASTERWORKS
Til-' COl.lTMniA KEt'OltDS IM .. I
the law. nf me Slate ..f Del-,
liade at bu*inea. addrr.. ,- TM Seventh a
l'nile>1 Mate, of Ainrii.i (.,.. auultrd fn

ftp ...tan.ml nil" r-i.lmli u.'l
ol A,.-.ir-
New York II, ""
^.._...... -. ..pi.tiPlioii of a wane foara
A.,"' "Ml.ler in rr-pe-l ol phnnnprai.i, .. ..... IHd i-.-i.l Wan* I '
milled to irglater the ..me a liar oi.e ,......I, fiotn the Itlh day .1 JPPM*M>. IML
ink-.. jo,ne per-on .lull m the raeantm.- a-.- notice m duplirato lo hp.*'_."*
1* *l_2"*r"',hm ' "h repi-iiaimn T. .de mark can ha aaan on pp-prrrprinn
Dalpd Th.a ITth da. ol J.,i, IMl p-.ppa.agft
VOUNO LADY for Caaablai
Cream Parlor lopponte SI Lai
Gap' Apply by letter only The *ur.
ceMful Applicant will be notahed
MISCELLANEOUS
CUSTOMERS TO SUPPLY w Itn p.."
Fiewh Milk Pnlrrprtor DbIm Farm
IMI II IQ Bit
GOAT llrillv gO"^ roung goal
.....her and
Raaaanable prtc. Tel 1113.
BLUE MODEL BOA.'
CARTONS Delivered the Robert i
Man.if act .1 i;,iod n
POllc
l.l
DM
M-l
IH|i oil LICENSE NOTICE
,- application cf William Jordan
holder af liquor larrnw No IMI ol
IMI gr-b'r-J b> Vaalet De Cararo I.
rrapact of bottom floor of Blue Leo
b.iiid.nf. known a. Roaary. Nelto"
IBraet CBy for p*imu."m to uw- ai^
IJqu..r Larenar at ..id pTPmlraa. Nelron
Straet Cfty
Dated Ihi Itlh day of J*nuer>. IMI
Pol.e MagUt.-te.
To II A TAJ.MA. tag
Wm JORDAN.
Anoor.i.l
NB Thi. pplleal.o.. will be conaHl
pred al laceoauv Ca**rt to ba held a
ThurwdB'
lb* Mlh day al January. IMI at I
.,-Clack, a "
t% A TAJAIA
pouca MjaMWatp. DIM "A'
UI3I !
No. 48 SWAN STREET
OFFICIAL SALE
BASRA DO a.
IV IRI A.-l.TAM Itll II OF
APPEAL
lEqultablp Jurtadlrtwni
GOTTrTUED ALOEMNON FRANCIS
Plaintiff
ULVMMe* ST AUBYN RUDDER
dafandant
NOTICE i< Hereby given |hat by vlrtua
of an Order of tha AaaLtanl Court ol
Appeal dated the lath dav of Nopambe
IMQ than wUI be pat up lor -ale to
the hlaJheat bidder at the OflVe of tfi^
Clark of Ihe Araurtanl Court ol Appro.
at Ma Court Houar. Bridgetown, batwaan
Um houra of li inooni and 3 a'rlock
In tha aftarnoan on Frtdrav. the Mth day
of January IML
All that certain piece or par.wl of !*
alluale at Sweat Bottom in the pariah o(
faatnt George and lalaod .forpeald con-
MaMhf by adnvaaauroanant two rood*
Mark-, pare haw or tharopfa nula abulllng
p..- bounding or. two aide nan land* of
Aralrewa PlantaUon. on landa now at
late of one Mr. Daah and on landa
formerly of J Small but now of Mr
Albert Ruadar or however abw th*>
than road tha aaM pro party will ba PPt
u( lor aale on every aucceeding Friday
Ad. Clark of Iba AMMU*
(iffpr-. in irfitinfc "ill be rdMiviNi b.t (" nndppiitni'l
Um I'nblii- Trust.'.', hi th.- PubL r..iii.ii.n--. BrisifrHown,
itt IrI.t tliini 12 noon on Thundny, 26th January. 1051.
t.r th.- rfiilrtl (,r |p*U..... Mo i- S ,.m Si i. !. RrttpTctfiU It,
U frmn Isf Man'b. 19A1
Arrpliranls Rr<- inYitPd ... ii^lmlr in thfir offt
(11 A in..um nf R.-iii offenf
(2) Piirntifrii rihI i-Miiiliii ii- of i.ii.iif-\ or l<-;is.
(8 rroposfil |i|niis niiil iiinliiiiiiis I'm- ittPl it
fMapgJfl aafjffl r.-IIHVat 1- l- yVltll I'vt illl.'ll'- IlllloUllts
of Expandiinre
I Anv other f'li i- !"'!
Th .'niiil. TrtasU.......n iMti iii i.l Ilium
1 Um hit,'b*>si gr any offrr
r T RBADUtT
I'nblii- Tni-t-f mill

I- 1 fit*l
I* entitlrd
i'* month from the Iptn da. nl
nv< notice In .lupl1>
lo me at n, offh-p of oppoaition of parr.
; lean on application at my ororr
Itaied UM iTlh day of Januarv. IMI
H WILLIAMS
cgw: .- nl Trade Marl*
11.151-an
TAKE NOTICE
IA1 A HAKEP I IMITEII
i-.n. trading a U
IplBliibfl ftaa

i I IbMPPMf i,i reapec
- awMta
i'.mia. plaiter*. material for bandaging;
| teeth, dental wax.
pteparation* lot killing
weed, and dralroung vermin, and Will

tram ihe wa
January IMI gpaMM M.me per Ml *hal<
,u Ihe "ne.,- dupliraie
to me al m. vtlrt of ppprbMb
frgirtralHH. The trade mark can it*
en on application ..t m uffaaa
Dated Itii ITUj day ..1 1.
II WILLIAM-.
Real.Ha. ol Tiade Mara*
111 | -,
PIHSOVM
are hereby warned agalnal
Kiving credit lo any per*....
-".....-v In mv name n. I do not
iiactiug any debt or dctii.
.mleap by a ..It-en order aigncd bv me
StgiiPd DAVID INNIS-
Bourne. VHUj.
SI George
II I ill Jn
I UM in; LICENSE NOTICr
..... ta

at a board and ahlngl
leaMenrv fri -nd Tweed
SI Mr.',..el
Dated Ih IMh da. i Jp
T,. F A MrLSUO. E*q
H .
-A"
'AIA1J
N 11 Tl- ,.|.|.li. il.. will - i. vi
red at a I are......p i ,,.t |o bp held !
Police Court Dmiirt "A" on Tniifada.
Ihr th day of Januawy, IMI at II
E a Melanin
Police MaPapUPPI DM1 A
II 1 M In
I.KH'Olt LICENSE NlaTICE
The ap|.lrall(N, 0
-, '
a 3- ttore. wall h.niJlng known *
Ik He I Royal" al H->>
A
D.ied Itll IMh dm ol jMHUfrt IMI
MrLEOD, Eaq
Pnlare MaaOarrata
D--t A
A E fAYleUi I Tli
,, A E Tayl.o
Appllr.nl
Nil Tin- ikpplu ,',.... -ill be conud
rod pi a Lkren-ing <-.ii i to be nei.l .<
PpMjrp Cnnri fl-nrli I A" n.. Tburadat
the Mill dv of lannan IMI ii II
n-cta) -. .,
C A MclaKUD
i *tiala. Dial "A
11 1 II in
Mill KAI.1^
an s-..tui M.nd Oa* Ca
Jif-nrl Plnlah
I Holll'ig Burner.
I Orill Hume.
OIIIIMAI.
(. (I o ItS'
I roin INDIA. CHINA
BCfffTI
Silk. Curios. Hr. -.swiiir.
Jt'vvrls, Lini'iis. Ivory,
Ti'iikvvood. S ii n d ii I.
I iciu Ii IVt limn Bar-
budfis Scurvps in Purv
Silk, Elc, Etc.
i IIA M liri.s.
v/Ay////////////AVW,
NOTICE
1 iMptkWl ar.- mvilwi for
(CbIrmTC right to .-Hi
liquors, lunchPs and Iran u\
Ki Ington Oviil during the
-I Trinldid Tour
(.ipproKimatHy from F.-b-
in. iv 12th to 27th).
Tendon are required to
UbrnH (yrlce ligt* /or drink*
hct as well ai pro-
r' nd mdfjfjj of the lunchn.
rlcM fur ihr. Amo-
"ifTPr frrim tha
' ''' piibllc these
Ih- MiLrinltr-fl
V T.-t.der ..n Hli |n-
vltcl for the trinaportatlofi
Trinidad players from
(fee lintel tn ihe Oval and
lurk during the Tnurna-
.t T>ntlera must reach the '
l' i rv Stary at C. T.
n's OITIce not later
I |i rn on MfMatfay,
"?nl.
4 Tha AsKorlnMon doai
not bind iUelf to Mecept \
thr lowest or airy Tender
BARBADOS CRICKET
AKSOCIATION, INC
W F HOYOS,
Honorary Stcietniy
7 1.51 fin
SHIPPING NOTICES
" IMi I'M LUilt-l,
VI *. / I INT.
\C.A-4lku rhedolpp) |
A-lrlaide J>nuar> lh Me I lour n-
... ,.rv IHh. Rtl.b*oe .>..
a-ilne* February TH, Arriving
ard and -..-,., _
PHRSi .rikrulae, abRly.-
I RNEM. WITIIV COMPAh-i
uantP
uni -tiKioNm own-
Fuji .ISOCIATIO*'. le.
Te*SpMMie: 4M1
)m,A&X>CL S'^nAhtpCo.
HWi tOKK SKRVH'I:
%m .w? Tbaak. aaau ISffh Jam.i
nfEW OSLRANS SF.RVICC
LtoarrlHe tail- 11.1 Daeambr. a,,.., lU.bado. ail, J-, .
Itoanarr th January > j.i .pi,
PrMtaatt_______.. IMh Jaawafy fnd February
CAatAD.AV SCHTirg.
AIA'OA J-..I ANlf
ROIRRT THOU LTD -New York and Unlf l.i.<
Aplv DAOOaTTA CO LTD -CinadloD Brtvka
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
ContMl Antilles Product*. 1.milled. Itoseau, Dominift.. for Mil-
nig lo Europe. The usual ports of call are Dublin, London, or
ReMCff i.im Smiii. tsrtj t70. uaual reductions lor children.
NEW RELIEF FOR
ARTHRITIC PAINS
But imw treatment does more than
mm these terrible agonies.
A new product, l)l>: t'IN. tin* been rrr-nted which not only give*
]rron.pt. relief from tha pain- due lo thn pymplnma ot arthri.i- kSaj
iliiiumatipm, but abm affacta tha melnlxihi' procrwaea which ronatiiuia
r very important part of the rheumatic state a background
IXJLOIN baa been thoroughly te*tod in mndi.-nl llMtltutlona,
in ILCIN ia beirut uaed now with uniirecedeotsd pucosm. UOI.f IN
ih living prvprribaal by dortora note. And munv tiffarcrp hnve nlm-idv
i.-iiimed normal living aa a rmult of lahing DOLCIN.
Ilou't dalav. F-rofit bv the ep.rience of fellow.vinim* of these
[nine. Ctet DdLOIN today. A hollle of 100 nrrriou* laHita t.-ta
BOOKBW Orvr. STOHKS- Bridoetoim end Alpha
Pfwr
FOR -
WKLDINO
BATTERY c II lli.llM,
MOTOR ri:faira
.?. .
GORDON ROLDEN
ii\mi\i)cis OABAOE
ID it.'.-iui. k si ::; Dial :<.,:
\rmacy
mOi NIWS FLASH
Ijitesl Midi.i- Car Models in
HIM.IV TOYSall with
Rubber Tyre*
Hlaaet Matter far Lamp
Hbade*
AT
JOHNHON'rt MTATIONFRY
and
HARDWARK
Sir VOl'KSI.LE AS OTHEKS SEE YOE.
t\V Cin Supply
mitiioii ut.\ss
In All Sliaa
MM1C tl Vf IMI JKMVOUU M
0BNTRAI. FOI'NDRV LTD PROPRttrTORH
Cnr of Broad A Tudor HlreeU
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CHECK YOUR
FACTORY
SUPPLIES
. i
lor thf fotiauring
;>WNI.OP TRANSMISSION I1EI.TIN0 34" t Ply
.:.'),' KI'Mlir.l< INSERTION M," I l-l-
DH.K'S PACKINGS all Typi
BFI-T FASTENERS
,il!.l DRESSING
H.AKK t;HAl'HITE
!l, INK
COT ION WASTE
BASS BROOMS
Si EEL WIRE HHUSHES
EMERY * SANDPAPER
FILES All Tvj.
TAps *, DIES
II ,' KSAWS & HACKSAW BLADES
IN'.INEF.H'S HAMMERS
. END L BOX SPANNERS
TAPER fc STRAIGHT SHANK HIGH SPEED DRILLS
1 -ll.. ,-lb. l*-ib. H-lb, m-lb.. t-lb.
STILLASON TYPI". WRENCHES 8". 10". 1*", 18". 24", 36"
CHAIN PiTF WRENCHES ," -4"
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
RAT RTRERT " ^IAL 4
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SOCCIR 5CH001
Te>d-< ^ aw i eon-
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111 b an Hiiic lialf it in pi,
Tatar* are J1MM, Dll KI*
Miv -il I'orUmnuUi. jnrl
Wll.l It 11 WIN i i -
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Accurately
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.. ,h|e |a kirk .....r.l.K
wtlh Ma '"''
'
practice.
nol mal
mg will) .. Ughl dl i
sheltered spot)
H dillleuJ
lo a sudden ehan'( |i

iiction
TflAPIMNt. IllSts k i.
dlwpptng dlrecU
1* checked with the BOle of *'>
Imot. heel dOM t thi
Kid undci
neath
. llHIIIll- lirll 'III Ml III-
"- ..... *r.*iltler% wrii
IMBIMtaMf iwilaee rut
Tor .
Me u>
Is. The Ni.le
bull coming In 0
the fide of the fon:.
light!) > uon from
which ihe i

. un v n I It
If jrou Like lh< ball I
you lu*<- pOBMMUOII tl
it Iibi low ,von
,.. om
ust below
. tx tiding From the

p ..l >OUl
li: WONG lUN i
raft QH iIukino pou'er.

tupping to
the mu
lO-mlnute session of walking al
running.
Study the
Throw-in
B. UlLMt: w \tsii\

meet ambitious pLwi if..-.-
cam > mi mix rootbtll nfkd
'
H-b-ck


r
A weU-rohetrwd throw
nnal the |ru
ward to go running
il

Talk ovt
dl bocki



the challenge iin long gf

P now Rim
rorwai .
md her
iirraiige t i
'.St lOB*.
him la who hap-
sd "- the switch ol

. i foi ..
.ki- 4 ten
rr*l nk I. **- the hell to youi
Mincer or w centre ferward
you will Itnd von;
tig his own rob'.
I ..ml when your wing
' --Mini see the hair
bach wtth ihv i*.n tnt] know the
Can move into |-iMhon
neglect to send that long
'
lo Ihe i.ii ningar This pssi
Uijjbt uncovai
ed and ha* the defence .>n on 'he
a rang root,
Tiv to Bnd owl bow youi
an I wmg men
Ilka to receive thr bal
their favourite movi
" than.
May 1 ii MI i- point*
AJwayg Meku KronfHu Trj '
keep on pour feet fJUataj
nf heading i Irate on perfect-
ing the arrnraii' po*.t.
I.: s
:iO.OOO 'III I S OX A lilKI
Belleville Tennis
Results
I. ri
\ lawj
s lence
Following arc the results of yea- agents
'.erday'a play mobile
I ion a 1
Men's KwMn
W. A Crichlow A H Allan beat
H KobmsonA R. Hunted 2.
P. K Roach* V N. Roarh Iw^t
C Patterson A R. Baneroft .1
Yacht Season
Opens
Saturday
The 11 Yuchting Season oprn*
Saturday when the first rrai:n
-II be willed off the Royal Bai-
' Club MM. D Wood A Mm. R Ban-
Starting times -no handicap rroft beat M" G M.hon A Mrs
*ill br as rollows: C Sisnelt 4. 64. 8 2
VaaM awMai rvs. IWI Stagle.
J 1) Tnmmingham bent 0, H
^ Manning t. 1
Ladlea' Single.
Vrtta* Mtu G. PilRrim beat Mrs S C
te -. d~2
STFKN COMM\N'n
BRISTOL. Eng.

,. bjnciuel ol molor-ca.
Th's uacd an auU-
--------- aasaaaar <
14JlW.lH.MIII.leia
7 S
ladles' Deablea
By M. Hjrr.ico Cray
llealri N-ih >'" "
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i TtwiialMir
in
TO-DAVS HXTI'ltFS

RIDING Li-i spotlessly clean Hotor y.ie. Kiss Teresa WalUcli amved
iiomi In B.uli*hi. nnuida London, n ^r a JO.fMKi milrs trip through the
United Btttei Mi*k Wallach mak< travel almost .< profession. Her
"Home" foi meet of Hi* time Is In p-iir of bulging ssddle bags. She
arrived ut ft I rcb in J'Uy Ibtl \ lUa Just h.-i motor cycle and fifty
doll I- The dollars lasted her throiiKti Ohloso lo Oklahoma where
she roI s jon si s garageand re 'i^.insed the mechanics shop. She
tkaa travelled en through Uie Or.i.d Canyon to Lo- AiiRele. where
l i woman homo In the Oreenhoxn MonnWln 500-mlle
- tnsl. She travelled thiongti the Rockies. Utah. Colorado.
Floi'ias, Washington and back to Chicago. She earned her keep at
stops on the way. mostly In garages, sometlme> fruit picking or at a
laciory bench. When there was nowhere to sleep she just unpacked
her bag. pitched bet tent and slept in the open.L'rprefi
- gtM
rantne
W' Cloud
Uovra ai.li
rjawauaai
*kip>
EaflW
InvMrr
Mohawk
Oban .
roiiv
MIMbehJ.

W A
vs. J
s.snett
l
Mis
King
Men's Doubles
CTK-hlov. A W. H Allan
V McKinstry A C. U
Mrn's similes
llutson n A F Jemmolt
Ladlea' Singles
G. Pilgrim vs. Miss M
laoi-; showed
.' 'hi* nand
<.-%*! *le i main, against
i ISM Enropeun
m Honsliigs Norm bid
nod into Emm One
tarried bj i' auwvaMMsn South
rorctng Her
>U ua* raised to
. -:- nth
toede* which
i m
<-.,:
>
... ft
?i R*
ll Yen-*
Basket Ball Films
To Be Shown
PREPARATION for Bal 0|Waln|
Red -.f tne 1951 Hnsket Ball compoti.
lion is under way. and cfforla
ure being made to procure Urn*
Yellow , illustrate Uie tlnei points of
the game This it Is hoped, will
* mprove the standard of play
imong clubs. The annual :nee1ing
ft*** yf the A*-ociation u>kes place
early next month, nnd nhready
jppliCfiU' 'is for bMiliutioti are be
Ing received by the Seirtnry r.t
venow (he y.M.C.A.
;
. ranss
sat Red
la Yel-
n been ftxetl
RANGERS HOLD
MEETINQ
Coaching Scheme Helps Schoolboys
To Play Belter Football
M.C.C. Could Stand For
Muddled C.C.
late What a sorry epitaph to the
always Ill-starred Australian venture. Now. with the'
Ashes Australia's and the dust (of Sydnev) ours, the i
M.C.C finally consent to ily Roy Tattersafl and Brian I
Statham Mil to our snre-prcssrd side.
TH 1051 football
soon be opening and the Rangers
Sport* Club start* off by holoing
its Annual General Meeting at
"Retreat." Pasaage Road on Sun-
I day next.
... Hvn i -ne Dalian
tarred wiui Tro
irmrles o.ei Saw' One
Hrari and made Dungs
wnrsa wtUi a Bla-wood
mur No 1 rumps over
North* iBise to Three
spader south saw tne red
bgh' inn late when Norths
resnoi.-e dwwad one ACT
imlv and the final r-ontract
ol Pne Spadkl
eviiaaiv delreued Ea-i *<*>
me ooening lead wJt^ *
a^a "on'inued wlUiW *. end
West I took Uie setting
BARBADOS POLO (LIB
Cl'P FINALS
TORNADOES v-
III KKll \M -
at Ciarrtaon Savannah
4.15 p.m
SATURDAY. 24Hh JANY.
Ry S. A. TOMI in
BOitor of The Athlete
'tendon).
Reporting the in
IntemaUor on Pootfa :
!
.' Wembley in Apr i.
i5o. ih. isawsjsMsshi won mid
in rlnii (mine Ol the quality Of
i he plow One sports wriiei
described it as' an outslandm.
'
l
skill rmaLtd
VSn Inch stniulnrd
That parlicul.ii
however, no Isoljteil e*.
ihore ha* undmihti^Hv beon,
: improve-
ment in the min!ii> of A.soei.itu .
football plnvrd In the
Britain
Sir Sl.mlev ROUS, S.
the Football AasociaUon, com
iienlinK On this rising standard.
gays "It reflects tremendous credit
on the army of bRMhSfS who
voluntiirilv organise and coach, W
ardar to give the boj UM I i
of playing Ajtaoclnt'on footluill
and of I. lo | II well"
H an upon Um
IbeCI all Assad lUm flosi bin
Scheme which hss given many
nf Umob leachen the opportunity
and ihe qualification to
that plas .' Uud
The rootball rVasoelal
years, but it was not until aftui
Vosid wai II ihal ... ,
paiision i"
place A i. ime i Mal oai d .

scheme quick I) go| undtt ...
N.i'.- thi p t IS i aa og
oopunittoi l
its own laciwtarj and
coaches But
would perhapi be u woll *
appreciate wh)
ai
II is Britain's
are are i

boya who .ire nol baa to dsrtya
i I a ball
nound, twi
occasions be homo>mado rroei

BSTiuaemanl whk b
' I
root hall.
Fmiiball Played For
(.;-lielM!l..|i..
;
Bl .'
^ raef

brought up to
:.. '
is NoWl I
llr tain pro i tiful gun
ply of tuitiii.'l i
her rial
!...-'. '
Bui whil oonti al
Un the |
...
began '- '
football ai'h a i
appnMH
pup Is an
lbs 'I I
Full Btl '
I
I sun

national Vugoals
blston " bsei i
not to bt 11 ..'<
rhc gaim
rawn,
i
poratilj rslinqulaJ
football
and that 'it
. oral
-,


in be dune
tftth the preaent
playi i
rtd if .. new approach to Asao-
lauon fool vwtop* 'i
. ..
playsn
. | ..ii In e [| I- ,| iv.tiMi.
in which the i>rgunis-.tiou "of the
Football Association Coaching
S. heme is mainly projeclcrl [t
i to taach a more
i nllghlenad Appraai i to tin- gam
sn that the young player mal
learn Ui take il more serionsh
and bu id up his skill upt
'ions.
The Honorary Conch
Tha rnrjoran roach plays ihe
moai important purl in this work
nd the direct purpose ,,l
"rhrrne is I-. ititerost, InStTUCl
qualify more and more gajw.
COSChOa, portlcularh
men associated with s. i ,
roUUl iiKaninatlons
Although ti. demarwl f,l4
coochca it great, there ls M lllU.tl
Uon of seeking quanUty Inaten.l
of quality and the standard
". high so fa, only 1
per cent of the men who
for the preliminary cenilital-
bays pa aad sad Um porosntsga
foi the more udvancVd auaJifh
lion is cnnafdarablj lower.
This sVggsaati Lbs icata are not
siinple ones, but the fact that DVS|
WO psanlS have so far acquire.!
he prelimutiiry ri ;iti. ate ,in ,
150 have passed the ganla
inalhm does Indicate the pn>gres^
UM BOhaUM i" mak Og,
The Pbotbsll Aaaanauon will
i am -uie nut i- ausAad unUl
1 I ffhOOl has a qualille.l
[Hat iindoaliieilh a i !
i yean inn in Lbs n as
0OU mill not IUbToI fl
lack ol UwU-uctton, (>< the> can
rai alva regulai vu ts from Lho
.....ehai thai bsi bsi
Set up m aacfa of the 43 area*
There Ii a*sr) IndJcaUon thai
CbStna II having an inlluenn
on Association football at tha
I"'! tor it 15 clatu th.n t
whon coaching bj rogu
11 ueii out, I marke
Lbs rtyls ""
quality ol plai hsi bssn rwvssj 1
It would aliuur:*. DO
By the others hack
Wha* chance have these two
' ths of the murk and
mist of an English a miii in
bias "i avast in glimmer after
iieing dashed Jito the entirely
different conditions now obtaln-
ing in Anstralin !
The time t<> semi reinfoi cements
w.is long ago Three months ago
to the day I wrote a jingle polnt-
ina out toot "With tlutton maim-
ed and Cornpb n lamed the Syd-
ney 'Hill' ntodi I Irh b^ skill."
Now we send out two howler'
-one of whom hasn't yet won his
county mid en| ; batsman to
strengthen a side which still
hasn't made 300 in .1 Test innings.
Incredible
only Brown <40>. Hutton (341.
Bedser (321. and Evans (30) can
look back on this scries with anv
satisfaction. Surely fighting spirit
is not the prerogative of the over
30's. No' Trevoi
that
The more you think about ttM
reluctance of the M.C.C to aand
. bsfofoaraaarii tha more ba-
ll aama Tbayra not
1 last pa
,. .! bn*i Wood
so why this nenny-pinchme
any?
In any pSBB, il WtU prOVS tu
. n prettv fniso aaonocny.
\li' i" 11 !eil that
aa and rscslpta through-
out the tour have taken a nose-
I'eter Wllaon slams the
Met' for not Bending retn-
fnrcemenU to Aualralla ear-
lier, lie feeta lhat instead of
"-ui'. statham and TaUea-
all out now tiie tssne has
been decided It would al-
most be better In ft* the
ethers hack
Now. with tha .ue decided in
lbs shortest pesslhia lime, there
are merely the f.ues and the extra
tin can-
1 gBai Lad to hsva found
lien top form by the lime the
nest Test starts <> Feorusry I, 01
1 mtere't in the already
I
M C C could well stand
Muddled Cricket Club!
\st Liad,urpra
The Lsauj View
CAN science be used to help
sport ? I've been given an
idci. by i Rugby enthusiast which
might well be of help to some of
our Rugby selectors The moat
difficult thing to judge, from the
- and-., is the question of who la
(Of rather pushing) his
weight in the scrums.
The long-range television cam-
eras now give a close-up view (of
the scrum) which you can't get
fn m the stands
And it's a serious suggestion
that one or more of the selectors
' lajht And U very instructive to
sit I eside the "monitor" set. with
aiik-Ii i-nmmentators are supplied.
to help him to make up his mind
kbOdt '"dividual forward efforts.
Kimi-rtaisrr
PUZZLE comer What event is
ISSSCllbad on the ofnclal ad-
'-eilisemcnts as "This Terrifnc-
Roof Raising Rubber-- Needle -
Match" ?
Why, none ulhei than the wrest-
ling match at Harringay between
the Easih Resistible Force
l d e Will .! ml th< IXatlnetl
Movable Object Jack Doyle
(Presumably you use the "rubber
10 BtltCh the loof ,.11
t'sHitmilt-----This contest (using
tha wind in iL' "oosest sense) will
i.i.ieed by a Mr. Spanner. I
only hope no one throws haw Into
L.K.S.
What'sonTo-day
8.8. *^)elaaable" arrives from
U.K. s.uo
Advocate's PhoU> r.shihitian
it Barbadea Maaenaa
Ms* I
R. J MacLeod's Exhibition
of OH Paintings at Barb*
doe Mus.-i.rn 10 to .
Trial Oame at Kenslniton
1.3S
Meeting of St Thomas Ve.
try 130
8.8. "Getflto" arrives from
Trinidad and will lake
lion, the Lord Bishop and
Major O. t\ C.
among its fifteen
en from Barbados to
IK 4.SS
Police Band gives concert
al Menial Hospital 4.W
Mobile Cinema gtvea show
at Highland pasture. St.
Thomas 7.St
laajj
rtNIMAR
Ik I'. I "-tl-l-i.l
n.. (BrMaaUwa) -m SasSe*
"lMr. II. a ,1
...-. -1. Jaaatii i---*.-- -
BMsslMhtU a *" ' Ttssi"
aaa
impir- .\.,...r i..i Year Oaa"
10 a ass
i.l.br l-nil. <,n.. a "TS*
lin" Oawal' 4.4B a s.ss.
Nowadays you
need the strength of
30VRIL
* Inn.mk.. BOVKIL
makei excellent
undwich*i. and
tmprvri all 0..h
The Weather
Sal Rises: an a.m.
San SeU: 5 53 p.m.
Moon (Pull) January U
LhthUng: SIS .aa.
Illlh Waif.-: 13 42 a.m.,
12.S5 p m
YEfVKRDAV
Ralufall ( ..driii-i.ii,! NU.
Total for month lo yeater
day: 1 SI Ins.
Temperature (Ma* I S3.5 "F
Taaagaialaiw (Mm.) 75.5 *F
WlMd ntrecUon (9 am.) V
(3 pm.> E N E
Hind Vderlly: 7 miles per
hour.
IWometer: (9 a.m ) 3S.05t:
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