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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JANUARY l. 1*31 Ccmib gaUinq Former Secretary Lancashire C.C. M AJOR and Mr*. Rupert Howard arrived from England by HW ColomtMe monmifc to penri a month's hoU• %  '"i >• %  t* gtta>ii. :. lMrriuja>. c p PM'"< r*rae>. -Ml. PV*c>am>rw hid* IBS %  *. Iim TI^N-.v:ip Hr..AialW" U^r. Sjn l-** !" .. ch*. IB .i" TWC ,„, tr>..r IMraM, %  p m RRM> C^-oa run* .i,d Bart Film. am Thf k->l SIS pit. Bnflliah MsaseMr le*a.SIS %  „ %  „,, „,, k plI II am tia— Itawn. II M ..*.. P, n WmM A*-.~ %  It p m Lr. n-U M— _'•* %  • parser II JO a.m. laMa-aW .• pm Te— Ha... nil p.m. rtxan Ihe ChoK*. II *4 am Rorld AlUli.. I] N-on, gdiM.ial. MIS p 11. CMnmun lam Hi Tha Ne*.. IS 10 pm Nr-t AnH.'p r ,,ii„. IS SI pm <*pa Orrtwatr*. !• 17 11 p.m. Ck* Do* 11. til pm Ptom_p ni Thr IMMW Continue*. II pm Bins Prpm.. po To Jain Up B.B.C. Radio Programme rai*Ai UM \ai m MMI %  —The a 1 Housewives' Goide frlrea In like local naarket for Large Temaiees nd %  Miter Resuaa when Use Advocate cheefced eeterd> were: Large Tomatoes I/per BSJJSSSSJ nutterbeasM 1/ per pew nil and thm Sketch Book-13 I ReaaWs MM iha U S,.k. %  Yew tmr hear* wh*r %  choary vox* Ha is jam %  !• %  > itit a A I rd,n -I.ll.lhlli, 10 m Gouof pa! MBU vary fassBy. • atasT That's Po4g/s as* Rosalie." Mjjba Ro-Tf !" T s nnasd 10 be i iking • %  *•. of bar. !•'• not '.., Sbs n.-t havf %  ji ihs KfJM ot raa. I i_ h r Yoo doo-l frajjWn p rea?-' N~ pood iNMf.1..-CasaagMi GioWW'. M MB. AND MBU) IT. F SItEARN arrived by the Colonbie yesUrday from EngUnd They re putur^a herat the Baggage Wareliotwc. Their young >ou, not ^eeii in Uie picture, aceom^amed them Mr. Bhearn la Mausgei of the Barbsdo* Cooptrage. S IR EDWARD CUNARTJ S brother Mr. Victor Cunard from England vi Hi i a holiday In Barbados. Mr Am>s met him on board Uv t'olombie and Sir Edward was at (IM BagKgc Warehouse. Mr Vicloi Cunard t* staying with S at "Glitter Bay", St. James On Visit To U.K. AJOIt OFC WALCOl'l who left on the i...iiii<. yeterday for England, told Cariu that during the tirst week of hi" 3j months' sU) in thiUnited Kingdom, ho will he stght-seelna and acquiring a knowledgr of lift" In London beli.rr sjrtllng insight into the operation of Dorrtal Iiistituliiins and Industrial Schools. Major Wali-otl is Superinlendeiu of Ue Oovernnicnt IndugtrUtl S.-bool s of thu Colony. His trip 1" England la for the purpose of furthering his knowledge of Prison Administration. Borstal* and In.luitrla! SehooL< At the Baggage Warehouse to ice him off wenI,t Col J CVanell, Officer Commondin;. the Bar bados Regiment of which Mn|<>i Walcott is second in Cuiiimand, In relative* and many of his friend* British Council's Representative M B H. RISELEY TIK KKIf. British Council's Represent;!tive hars tefl yesterdav for Antigua by 1J.W I A He win gteo v sit St. Kltts and return to Barbados in a weeks time. Mr. Tucker i^ the British Council's Representative for the Wimlwt.id gnd Laaward Island*, us wall its Barbnrto. Grenada Businessman M R. B. K. MILNE, Repreaenialive of the Standard Oil Company In Grenada, is now in B..bados on a ten-day hui He arrived on Wednesday by the Fart Townshend and is staying at the Hotel Royal. MAJOB OFC WALCOTT. anpoi intoiidaiit of the Oovtrnmeut Indui> trial Schools who *a.l!od lor England ycnterday by the S.B. "OolBto". Accountant From Dominicn L EAVING for Trinidad yester day evening b> B W.I.A. t attend a Consulatr was Mr W. G Hunting. Accountant of the firm of •l I--til. Dominica Mr Hunting 11, nioni log b) lha SS Colomble. M R FV.u. i w.lYEH left Id Puerto Rko yesterday nM>ming by B.W.l.A. en route to in* I S Mr. Porter is returning to rhiladelphia and It Is understood he will be joining on* of the i ranches of the U. S Armed Forxas. Bahamas Bound -^•POUP-CAPTAIN Edwar VJT Mole, newly appointed Dlector of Civil Aviation, Bahamas. was married at Caxton Hall. Umdon, last weak. His bride, the firmer Miss Joan Bowon. struck .in unusual note by wearing roaea for her lapel and white foi her hands and hair. Oroup-CapUn Mole met his wife during won vith the Ultra Light Aircraft As mhie fbr Trinidad where ill spend six weeks' holiday HAH* HAM I ;.... %  IIAHHI.I I I IN THE WILD WESTERN STY1.K at the CRANE HOTEL TOMORROW MUili COSTUMES OPTIONAL We'll get the Sheriff And take his gun. We'll lock him up And all have fun' '&*'''-''& ''l f''''''l-''"-'-'-''l\'S^'' ''''''' %  '''• *.**£££ JANETTA DRESS SHOP UPSTAIRS OVER NKWSW's. Lower Rruad St Phone 2MU Just arrived m time lor Weddings — AFTERNOON .'. 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Born in 1920, she married al '•/•" % %  rnolher at 15 Her daughter, too, married at 1 and nai >"*V> %  babj I hope to be ;''•: „andmother before I^n SO'. ai4 Maria. _. caosswt ao FOR YOUR CROP REQUIREMENTS CANE BILLS Cl'TLASSES SHOVELS WOVE WIRE—BRASS & GALVANISED BASS BROOMS WIRE BRUSHES SEWSNG TWINE STENCIL INK OIL CANS THE II VHIIAIMIS CO-OPERATIVE rOTTOX FAtTORY LTD. "k. ===== f IBBBS I ru* alair Of U.f i*ma IS %  Vi tor mw at loaat IS) • lulmui 111 SIf IB tbU Uie sra pirntilu i li Si aniei. tnaui a •cnwoitH" dacUnd iim presence ii> .4 A lift •> B>UI ill IJ. Krmint lo.loa* to atttia actvn p*rad DouDic |M Fart Stoal TIUI*<'I ..in Bk.a-rKaUari I'l.. tllSDIS limn PLAZA Thealrr— Bridgetown (DIAL 2310) CW NSW TRIUMPH iNRUTH BOM IN I ii l (OBI 11 %  rSCIAI RAT lOStV III p.m. % %  KPBCIA1. 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\: \ FRIDAY. JAM \RV l. 1951 BARIIADOS ADVOCATE P,. AGE FIVE News From Britain B> DAVID TKMI'l.l: KOIII R| LONDON. Jan. IJ, The metting of Prime Minister! <.f DM British Commonmahli. in Loodoti tin. week, hm its MIO.II somi'i::isp ffln g—aspects Though the"Commonwealth" u> oflii-i.illv dreppsd the ssjsillw "!lritih" H is. for all thai, an British ;is tht B B.C. Hotel Owners Plan To End Mi at Crisis Could the heads of nine KOVleet anywhere but m without lavish flllHJm, of advisers, wiihou'. publicity, dramatics, "leakages" to the press or caviare and champagne receptions? The Whitehall jargon has It that this Conference U not a conference but merely an exchange of views No wen;h:\ documents arc dr.iitRc | dining room at No. Hi Street and with the United Nation*—nu works all night producing loneocd documentation of the I ceudings to be Ml unread on delegate'' breakfast following marnltui. In all very quiet, smooth. BriUlb and Imperial The British Empire used to be governed by quiet conversation between unknown civil sen-ants in first-floor rooms In Whitehall To-day nine Prime Ministers talk in a hou the road It %  the Commonwealth Fir*! Call A fellow journalist who has bain looking, for '-stones'" in Whitehall for more than tbirtj years tells me how h) ceived when he first called at the India Office An immensely lofty. vastly elegant, young matt came forth and spoke to him in the entrance lobby. He believes he •* tht first reporter ever seen in thsse noble precincts It He was led into the company of the gre^t TT.I an re, to see this st:; • "gentlernaH of the Pi CM", and sal around In a circle srMaa thsm. de!erenti.illv and politely. i. series of ques'i modern PrMi rorifcrciicc ba ivverse. Now hundreds of rorrr>pondcnt con v STgS every evening In the sn~e building—its new namt Is the Commonwealth Relations Onlre—and Hat Secretary of State, flanked by eariOOl Press officers, arrive* freaa thi Prime Minister's mectlnj: to tell the Pre** vii' i possible of what hns happened Though the Press. Is DO longer the curiosity it was when my colleagues first dared enter the tloon of offlclaktom there tat remnant of that old att The most hardened American correspondent suddenly find* the lnqslsitlvc, staccato u" 1 which he trains himself, have died on his lips—paralysed by British courtesy. And I imagine tin BOOM in the Prime Minsiter's room is much the same, in spite of their differences of temperament ttsai viewpoint and of religion it Is impossible to imagine Liaq.uat All Khan of Pakistan, Dr. Danger of South Africa. Mr. St Laurent of Canada, or Mr. Nehru of India actually arguing under the eyas of Clement Attlee. Discussion, exchange of views. ye—anlic towards the Fan* East has to be mounted—or they ;tre the last and only line of MtoaM aData -ere against Japan The Link nnall] Itiitain. herself, is an element in this Common*ealth supplyiiis the link with Europe. the strategic attachment to the Atlantic defence system, the imputation, the centre of finance. European defence ue as nothing without. Ilrlmin She holds the key to Europe's policies On another rime. Britain is tinlink of all lbs millions of the Commonwealth to an ancient trndit'nn ad law and justice, culture Bad ktaM back to Gnwce and Rome. i'.riKv ihis review is immodest and vain-glorious—but can it be ihnlhnged? Surely it serves to st*M why the decisions of the • altli Prime Ministers the. week are so influential in Washington. In every area where th*United Stntes has to think nr the defence of its interests one or other Commonwealth country holds the kev to the strategic. sod political situation So we have experienced an extraordinary turn 'r American policy this week. The "FormosaI'-.I'. the Asialationists, Hitmen on MacArthur's bandwjgon. are momentarily in retreat. The Con 11 noii wealth Prime Ministers derided unanimously that-^ondKkataal nn a cease-fire — they could see Communist China at lhe> United Nauons. Formosa discussed "f its return to China. and a Japanese Treatv approved by China. Two. at least, of the*** propositions ware unacceptable to Washington prior to the Commonwealth decision, But immediately nftcevanl*. they were accepted. and are the best hope of peace. The lesion Is that once the Commonwealth countries are united on a line of policy they are Inlltieniljil In world affairs out of ;.ll proportion to their individual. nr even their collective strength. But when they are divided they are powerless. It seems u titanic argument for settling the Kaanir dispute between India and Pakistan Within 'he Commonwealth and without further recourse to the United Nations. Freedom From Fog. Every evening at six u fog settles on the resort of St. Mortta. An English scientist has now succeeded in spraying the fog and making it snow—at a cost of about El. But the New York prefabricated weather men doubt if he rim do it i n I-ondon where the foga are warm—warm, and thick and dirty. JSend Last Minute Fire Chief Stops Samson And Delilah I-ORT-0F-SPA1N. Jan. 16 Fire Brigade Superintendent Major R. G. Con, exercising the powers vested in him and the Police CNxnrnisstoner under th. regulations of the Cinematograph Ordinance, ordered a **no performance" of the 8 showing r.iramounl'* "Samson ar lah," on Sunday evening. The Fire Chief said: "The crowu at the Aslor Theatre were blocking the entrances, and that situation constituted a very grave danRed Cliina Wants Status In UN. Established LONDON. Jan IS. unifl China in her reply to the Kutea cease Are plan proposed lhat her If u In th* United NaHont should rx"definitely' established as irom the beginning of negotiations it \/s* discloaed to-day. This was the last point of the 1o*r fold rounternlon for the settlement of the Korean war an which she asked for negotiations to begin at nn early date. riupmni v made clear win the full text of the reply by Peking became available in London. Mot of the text was issued last \ .1 New China News but the concluding paraTrade Mission from this country graphs were mutilated by poor which opens in Trinidad on Janradio lecen'iun from Peking. nary 22nd Mr. F. Flanagan Of The thst two proposals made bv the West Indies Buyers Guide. Peking were one of the organisers of the MisA That negotiations he conducttold me this week that he ed on the basis of the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Korea nd a solution of the internal affairs of Korea by the Korean people themselves B. That the subjects for negoguartiatlons should include the with that hL drawnl of United States armed %  ir.B, oar 0> a IWIHMMHII POHT-OFSPAIN Jan 10 In an effort to solve the meat shortage problem now facing Trinidad, a member of rity betel proprietors have forwarded certarn proposals to Mr A. A. Douglas, ecunc Controller of Imports and Exports, Durin g the week-end hotel proprsrters and housewives were *-* ,. ,. m faced with the problem of proLxfllDltS lO bXpOrl viaing some other fare to take the place of the usual "meat menu." Requesu The few butcsiera who seeured from rltl n MenufBcturers wishnight some fresh beef were unable to %  %  ?* -?' tP pBrt in -*** Export Agencv satisfy the many customers who Hooked their stalls Fish, wan •erved by many housewives un Sunday Meanwhile Uiquiries in cfflcial circles disclosed that Government has nee yet formulated any definite plan to cope with the •ituatlon. The hotel owners are now awaiting goi-ernment action lo their proposals LONDON. Jan. will continue sending air-freight parcels of last-minute exhibits until January 17th After that *e* dale, however, no exhibits can be delivered In lime for the opening day. "And unless we i nntee to an exhibitor goods will le OB display in every f-rees from Taiwan FormosaB rt of the West Indies where the and Talpch Isslon puts on a show, we will The full text of the tin not accept an order," Mr Flanagan fourth points and the concluding Nehru Talks With Lie In Paris PARIS. Jan Premier Nehru iph of the reply—available today—were as follows: C. That nations participating in negotiations be seven nations, namely The People's Republic of China, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Kiante, India and Egypt and that the legitimate status of the net IVopk'** Republic of China in the :* Indian Premier Nehru mei People's Republic of China in the Trygve Lie. Secretary General of United Nations be definitely cstabthe United Nations here lo-day llshed as from a convocation of „. . ... .. 'he seven-nation conference. Observers believed they stirD Tnat th( ,„,, for lho gevm vcyed world affairs with particunations conference be China ler reference to the Far East aud if the above mentioned proIhe possible United Nations moves* posals meet with the agreement of rfWWkLl L A ? nottl T. totnming Pekinn's reply to the the United Nations and the nations of me when tasked them to moveKnrma „ „, .._,, Korean cease lit Major Cox said he was rather surprised to see the surging crowds refuse to move even with the proposal. concerned. We hope that the con, duction of negotiations at an early Talks took place at the irsidcmc riBt) wm promote the speediest of the Indian Ambassador in Parts, ,. n ding of the war in Korea and • Sadar Malik where Nehru earlier peaceful s.-ttlenient of the probil'_ fc SJr5Sr-..T h I J !" — SEi -l" SJ-aSK rS-5 E=7*sr thick that it had become necessary for me to use the powers vested in me by declaring a "no performance" ot the picture for that Minister f< i flail r the Council of Europe The French atom Joliot-Cune Who W.is relievei el ... .1. ._ *L hi* post with the French Atomic H!** V2 L*?* H!* Commission for Pro-Communn-i statementi called on Nehru earliti. Premier Pleven was givint i lunch in Nehru's honour whicn French ministers and leading politicians were attending. first time in Trinidad that showing of a picture had beei stopped because of surging crowd: ouuade the theatre. Reuter Is Again Berlin's Lord Mayor Swallows One Cent PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 18. While playing at home last Saturday afternoon. Muslin Mohammed S years of Legua. swallowed a one cent coin. The child had been playing with the coin for some time when the mother was attracted by her sudden fit of coughing and suspected that a missing coin w* the cause of the trouble X-ray examination cent m the _' up to late yesterday afternoon it was still there, but she did not seem in any way worried by it. Nehru was u> confer later '-0day and to-morrow with diplomat* Profes; in European capitals who promise year-old to meet him. —neuter BERLIN. Jan. 18. Ernest Ileuler, 61leadlng Ilcrlln Social "ected Lord first B.G. Girl Radiographer From Our Own Corrsr"nOrH' GEORGETOWN, B.O., Jan. lfl. ( The first Guianese girl to qualify H radiographer is Miss Kathleen Hanoman wno returned home last Sunday. Miss Hanoman who is the sister of Dr. B. S Hanoman left the Colony five years ago aiu\] entered the National University.; Dublin. After spending some time at Ihie University she proceeded to St Vincent Hospital where she die* practical work. After qualifying In Radiography mid Radlotheiai Miss Hanoman practised In London Hospitals She is a Member 01 the Society of RadiographerLondon. lVmocrat. was "re-el Mayor here today West llerlln's city Parliament re-elected him for the next four years with 77 against II votes. 3 abotenbegu and one invalid voti By this vote Parlincnent In Mructed Professor Reuter to form u three-party coalition city Ooeeinment (Senate) which must be approved by Parliament at it !. %  xl session on February I. The Chilstion Democrats today ipving and sabotage, w.tlulre.the name of I>i Walter h NewsTUency said today. Srhnrtber s their candidate tnv post. Tbej were found guilty ot acThey ulso imreed to give six tlons "tending to undermine the Senate seats to the Social Da Peiiplr's democracy and lo restore ciats. four each to the Christian the capitalist regime even at the Democrat* and free Democrats, price of a new world war", the while the poel Of Senator for I: Agency said. terior Affairs will be given lo ., non-party delegate. One of the leaders was Vaclav Schreiber. Berlin chairman of Novoy. former director of the the Christian Democratic partj national "motor works". He was u ,n be deputy I-ird Mayor, proscntcnccd to 18 years. vlded Parliament approves of hi —Neuter. nomination. —Heuler. Czechs Gaol 9 For Spying PRAGUE, Jan. 18. Nine men have been sentenced jft lo f ated ** to pn*>n terms ranging from six to .^_ rt 2H^J n S -oTear. Finns, Rnseions %  Will Continue at Friendship WB.S1NKI j*n ia Prime Minister. Uhri Ktykonen, m a •-latemem on the i^-ogramnie of the new Fawissfc uo\-ecament deciared ie4e> UsM %  inment woSad preserve .ii.l develop friendly relations with Russia In the economic field, the most important task was to check tnflaUonary tendencies and re s tate confidence in Finnish currency. he> >aid. adding -The Government will grant wage rises, corresponding to the increase in living costs nd then take measures against nnecessary price rises !" —Jt ruler. Rimia Returns Chinese Property MOSCOW. Jan 16 The announcement that Ruasia had returned to the Chinese Coin in u nub, „|| the property she had acquired from Japanese owners In Manchuria was regarded by diplomatic circles to-day as indicating Kuaso-Chinese friend i ship. Ttutse circles said they consid L ered that the announcement Inj dicated a "united front" by Com I ir.iinist |K>wers in Asia It appeared lo set at rest recant | .•.peculation that Moscow and Pe< king were out of step in currenl Russian issues, it added -Realer THERE S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Teal — Yeast Vfet ajiuddy sooitm sway acasacaas, ecu-1 ralgis, nern snd rbcusneuc I psim but s docs something I etsr too l Becaase of ni ssJuable sons' proparues Yeast Vss I helps you to fed hnghnar, look aetter. sleep more casffy and/ enjoy more carrgy Nest tssst %  an want pasa rehWtskt Yeaatii'i POPULAR ALL OVER THE WORLD TRUMAN WELCOMES DEMOCRAT MOVE WASHINGTON, Jan IH President Truman said to-da> I "ek-omed the Dcmocratli Party move m the United States Senate t< \cice approval of the of American troops m Europe. he President reilerate.1 at his news conference thai he had :oubt about his authority to send :io.ip s anywhere with or without Congressional consent Rut he said under questioning that he would like en arnnnativ*< ression of support fium Con Reuter Floating Corpse Appeal Case Goes On irmm Oiw own Com>pon4rirtt ItlRT-OF-SPAIN. Jan l The "FloaUng Corpse" appeal %  .iiitn; goes on. And counsel for the flve spfM*llaMa are putting li i desperate battle for the lives of their clients. Application for lea r. appeal against conviction Is now ii its fourth day, and go far three f the defence counsel have adi eased the Court. HEALTHY C uticura SOAP C N EMICO CHEMICO ^Saa>LUBRICATINCOIL( _S.-sk ) AND CTCUE REPAIR OUTFIT* I or Miio*Mb-iunn..tii he.t.ns> ui a Mwrrfy. mrc rrp*u. Slockc.1 by a sooj .k .Icalet.. mnummmum .w.h fagjOjsti —H\ e.l.YN i:'\. II A I O.. i in RrldietoMit Hi. (nil... HEALTH BENEFITS MJ TONES UP DIGESTION ENRICHES THE BLOOD RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY BUILDS UP THE BODY BYNIN ANARA lllO|lU!llll>IIIIS!II. 1010 0 YEAR BOOK 1951 TYRES nd TUBES 11 ill Mil.I IS ALL SIXES USE THE TYRES CUAMPIONS USE Charles Mc Eneamey & Co., Ltd recommended fainfiotfedi'y KI.IM ifctdcal for infant fi-cdinc,--it't always purr, .in 4ml unitonmly nouHdiing KI.IM *upnliis the impniint food eswntijli needed for nahitn to gru*> ><"% -ml i.i.ililn. And KI.IM is r .i.lll' digesred—enoCber Mlipnrtant feaiiire. Above all, KI.IM i\ Jr foml.-Mr It's nui vutpriting th^i so many Morherx prefer it! 1. KLIM is pure, safe mils 2. KLIM.ceps without retriejeratio* 3. KLIM quality K always uniform 4. KLIM it e.cellenl lor growing children 5. KLIM odd* nourishment la cooked dltbtt IB* KLIM IS RECOMMINDID FOR INFANT HI0INOI V 7. KLIM Is sofa la the tpee felly-socked tie 8. KLIM i* produead aadr sfricteit e.arrl uu -s3Ar' KLIM MOLK The Advocate Co Ud. wUl publish a Yoat Book ol Barbados in 1951. The Year Book will contain three parts:— (II Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on a wide variety ol 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 lo lind under one cover. (2) Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar, soap, butter, lard, ice, gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels etc. (31 A Who's Who of Barbadians you should know about A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale M.L.C.. Managing Director of the Advocate (-*>. Ltd.. Vice President oi the Barbados Chamber of Commerce, Mr. George Hunte, Assistant Editor of the Barbados Advocate, Mr. Neville Connell Director ol the Barbados Museum and Mi. Trevor Gale Advertising Director of the Barbados Advocate will be responsible lor the publication. The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the Year Book a representative of all aspects oi life in Barbados and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries ol Societies Clubs, Institutions, and business, social and other organisation:, ol all kinds lo send particulars about their respective organisations at the earliest opportunity to the Year Book. C o Editor, Barbados Advocate. 34 Broad Street. Names and addresses ol all Ihose to be considered tot inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed. Advertisers are asked to get in touch with Mr, Trevor Gale, Advertising Director. Barbados Advocate, 34 Broad Street. This is one publication that no advertiser can afford to ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afford to bt: without the Year Book of Barbados 1951 (AN ADVOCATE PUBLICATION.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JAM ARY 19, 1*51 rBADO^j^AMgffE Friday, January 19. 1951 TWM.II WHILE the Ciovcrnment lias made amends to women by altering tha wording of the origin*] advertisement catting for applicants for the post of Librarian at the Public Library, and the Colonial Secretary has set a welcome precedent for Barbados by publicly thanking this newspaper for drawing his attention to the error, yel the public persist in believing that the post is earmarked for a man. The foundation for the rumour appears to be built on a statement, which is supposed to have originated in official circles, that it is essential that this particular post should be filled by a man. The rumour embellishes this story by giving reasons advanced officially why a man librarian is essential: The scope of this Ubrary is to be enlarged it is stated. This will entail the founding of branch libraries about the country and as it has been agreed that libraries should remain open to a late hour in the evening the new librarian will have to travel around after dark. T\> say that it is a curious reason is a mild comment. It is a libel on all Barbadians to suggest that there is danger of a woman being molested after dark in our city streets or in our country lanes. But even if this interpretation of the reason, which prompts anyone to think the post an essential one for a man. U a little overdrawn, there is no question that if there is a grain of truth in the rumour then those responsible for suggesting that a man only can All this particular post are still in mid-Victorian days. They have not realized that the 'weaker sex' have discarded the crinoline for slacks and pull overs and have become 'tough', or that women not only took an active part in the firing line in two major wars but served with distinction in espionage, where danger bristles at every point and where the secret service agent is alone among enemies. Only this week, a true story in this newspaper described a Canadian woman's adventures and how the Japs respected her courage. West Indian and Barbadian women also served in the forces and it is a flagrant insult to the women of this island to suggest that they would be afraid to undertake the duties of librarianship because it entailed driving around the peaceful countryside after dark. As it is quite possible that highly qualified librarians from the Cai ibbean area and beyond may apply for the post it is essential that men and women applicants should be judged only on their qualifications without the added influence of sex. mi: COUNCIL IN a series of changes which took place within an extremely short time the membership of the Legislative Council alternated between fourteen and fifteen the full complement. From ihe time of the change increasing the number from nine to fifteen, there was a vacancy which was never filled. As soon as it has been filled, the Lord Bishop has retired from the Diocese and is now on leave from membership in the Council. There has been no official intimation of his retirement, but in his final sermon and in his Pastoral Letter to the Diocese he has said that he leaves for good. There is no reason for asking the Secretary of State for the Colonies to increase the membership of the Council and then allow a vacancy to remain open for five years. Now that the Bishop has retired, it is the duty of the Governor not to follow this precedent but to recommend for membership some suitable member of the community. And there are several of these. One reason why there should be the full complement of membership in the Council is that the political problems of to-day are so varied and are becoming so intricate, that a Government would abdicate its proper functions if it avoided the assistance of people in the community who can contribute to their solution. The membership of the Council has been increased from nine to fifteen for the specific purpose of bringing to bear on the deliberations of that body wider interests and a varied outlook. This can only )*• done when the full complement is maintained. Hollar Imports Ami I lit [ n Island Improvement In United |clom Economy olicy The >e-,r IBM h, ttrikiiU improvement in Britain'* B. v PAUL BAstEAU *' n %  mmedmif and ma* balance of payments and mie _,^ oU " !" \ '; n s !" Al the current rat„l £Sffirs2H?,i33>£ w-jar— —' r-is-s % %  *' % % %  S .... „„.v:.l„atlnn of thef,.erl!" rlSE "wS""" few i,,. ,„cout-• %  > brouht back t.. 1.710 „*, ,S, i-2* .?"*?* T and IU implication! one of orl million dollari and In ll to !" Id Ll!SL V" '*""" "• lh wide .peculation. What hapiie... I"' million dollar.. The niuir.. "!^ ."S'" !" 0 "' l'-.-"'"'-l' "IU to alerting .oncem. many rnun'or the first nine month, of IDaO •""• *V^ *£ "<"" % %  >"""< "> •" trie, ouu.de the Unite! K I !" that not merely ha! the "" • %  'J m £"* i cu fc t £f! 0a f "" One mijht. In fact, .ay that UM deneit disappeared bul it ha. been "'"'*" •O'nota In .lolla, Import provement in the United Ki i :r.-pla-.d l>. a genuine st.rplos ol '"* ,ty dnm balance of pavinenls an.l In *W i.i.llloi. dollar!. Since over the j URt as (l wou .a u. unwu . the position .1 .t.i In..: .. the other tame period Marshall Aid and exaggerate th rl a!pecl ol the •.light softenm* other mean, of assistance hav. recent gold l.aiBea sofler.-.! he n.e process to which th la. h.e. brought lh. .terhng are. 661 ,,,.1„„„„, YnX^H, • ">^"* SS J^-SL.'SZVrfJK* '> r ""n"o„> in J provement In the Unit. K pi In ... HUD Ihe deep waters of ftorapletc nv.i. of the cmdunl ee.mo. u jccuunl for this Ibllity of sterliri K and ..bandonin the non-dollar area ami of the striking improvement? In most merit of nil restrictions on import. stresses to which the i iscusMon uf the subject there has In part the lnaa.uiniiiu.1 i" lb tsflf bM bad % %  iuboi.1 over 'he probably been too much readiness gold and dollar %  ii Th* Cl %  %  • .-\|.l.iin ,' in t.Tin, ,,f Korea arttlici;.!. retle.-l, llustratii>n of thai problem is t>> of United States Ciovernment operations or at 1< lie f.Mjnd in Uie fact that UM Mockpilin,.;, or exceirtionwl Indus purchases, of the Unite aold ri-sen. i e. r,ut ,hev Iwve done no more thim must be built up .f lb l-et us. howavor, be carerul n a wil ,. li ,: 1 ,, lch werc ^ fu)lv ..,.,. reapona: to exaigcrate the Jimrti'1 ^.rf lrrj d v operalmg when tn. bllities as an IMernaUonal mil that movement. Allowinit,tha' ft. KirM ... ^ ^j^ Wlcy |t wouU) ( ., Mnnl> |K Iilc height of Imprudent c to uM tl'e recent improvement In the iituatlon as an excuse for Uft-valuln llOn dollar-, (h, The position of sterling and tinand dollar ran i state of Britain's balance of payhud rtaei merits should thus \>c regarded *i 1.888 mlllloi part of a much wider problem, m I Itl'lOll | ver this period from '^m gold reserves as n nollars U,' S.TM bSL^'foi aTTSSS United Slates is losing gold at thi rate of about 2.000 million dollar-What has taken plat* during l year. It has also been giving 1950 |g .-, gradual, mom.': iway by way of glf". or lending cumulative response to the Rarcu h „,-.. abroad, to the tune of rather oveQuil vrare set in motion by the u 1 *""'*• 4.000 million dollars a year Th. %  ••valuation* of Septeni*wo flfures show iwyond aU ber, 1MB It is true that 0 As far at UtOain and th question that the United Slates measures to economise dollar sterling area ore eoncerncxl tin still running sm uppre^-iabli imports which were decided on uy dollar gap haa diappervd fu'r the it-plus In i>s current occounl sterling area countries in the time being. But loo shoi balance of payments. The pJisltion summer of 1949. l>egon to have has elapsed since the devai is still under control H me mme effect before the year was 0 f 1949 ana lno „,,,.,, B bnorma United States found the loss of oul n,ut it should not be forgotten ty hns chnracterls. 1 tha mb gold inconvenient and undesiratnd t whereas ihe objective was lo [ nK months, to Justify the claim ble. It could be brought to an end ( ul dollar imports by 25 1*1 cenr lhat !hc dollar gap ha-, bean Bnalto-morrow by stopping Kift and t|l( reduction has been of the i v banished. Tlierc is still oead l0| loan dollars flowing out of in | t r of 32 per ent in the case further strengthening of tin mtry Nevertheless, the pos'" of the United Kingdom and even reserves. Consequently the expor; tlon ha* undergone a fundamenmon |n mr rcs (lf )u drWe mUfl gQ on |u) j^^. tal charge over the past year io> sterling area. Here is ' dollar unoorta mu: be nwintame the first time for over lwc,v clear indication that ihe pn." though every reasonable opporyeurs the visible trade of the mechanism hns been ul woik |Ua1 t U nity should be used to r •"' as much as. or perhaps more controls and to advance toward* than, Ihe administrative decision.; lho-e lwin ultimate objectives rot An trade of the United States has recently begun to show an excess of imports OW exports Poaltion of Ihe Dollar This relative deterioration through which dollar imp .rti convertibility and free mullilalewere curtailed. It follows that rai t ra de. from which Britain oi some relaxation in these decisions stands to gam so much Paradise D. V. SCOTT 01 CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS %  t TUE COLONNADE K.f.'s Sugar luduslry Tlireateiietl tlUrbavd.* \a U iir • .i.r.p.M.J.nli GEOKGETOWN. Jan 15 British Guiana', sugar industry, which provides two-thirds of the Colony's revenue. U threatened with complete aunihil.ition. by the Midden appear uncc on sugar estates, parlicu larly along the West (< % %  %  • and East Bank. Demerara. of "Leafscald" a dreaded plant disease, hitherto unknown In the Caribbean area. This was disclosed at a Press Clmference on Saturda>. by Mr. R. R. Folletl Smith. PTesldent of the British Guiana atafaT Producer*' Association, who said that since its appearance at Pin Uitvlugt November last, "Leafscald" has created fairly widespread damage which is calculated to reduce the yields verj considerably. This situation is so grave lhat H will be neces. sary to summon from abroad a plant pathologist who is an expert on the particular disease. Mr. FoUclt-Smilh told news pnpermen that "last November wo discovered at Pin. Uitvlugt on the West Coast, that patches of cane were suffering from some disease which we had never seen before in the Colony. 11 looked from the text books to be a disease which is called -leafs..ild" As soon as we discovered it we arranged for an expert to come from the [ntpf> rial College of Tropical Agriculture to look over it "He looked at it for three -r four day* and ho said bo wag practically certain that it was bacterium alblllneane. as 1. Main as anybody could be. without going about llie complicated laboratory tests. "We have since had down over the Christmas and Now Yei.r holidays another expert mm IC.T.A. who has done aadM arerfc dm in,: the two or three weeks that he was here. He, too. Is practically certain lhat it U thai "leaf sc ild." He Marled certain experiments to Identify it and to try, and And oul whether it i> this particular organism or not, and also if We have in th-> Colo ny among the cane varieties one which is resistant to this disease The one wa now plant 04104, Is \ei> susceptible to tin. disease. "What we have to do is to find out If the other varieties wa have in the Colony are likely to bo resistant. It ts going lo be a long Job to do this because not only mill we have to n it t li during the first 12 months of growth but we will have to look and see after it has been cut and springs as a first ratoon, Whether || is going to be affected then. It is not Just something which can be determines! within two or three weeks "In consequence what we really need is somebody who is totioad in this particular work. Wo have nobody eilher in the industry or in the Department of Agriculture who is trained in this particular branch of work What the Colony' really needs is some expeit on the subject. We are never going to oolvo Uie problem with Homebody visiting the Industry every now and then. To make sure lhat we gel It cleared out. in order to get rid of it, we cannot Just get some body to be pricking at il now and again. We must get some experi who is trained In this particular work to study it for two or three veai lliihcilo Ihetu oar not been any disease of this kind in the W. In. Inh l.-.-s been Imown in Braill, Mauritius. Qustanaland and HawaiL These placehave manage.) to get rid of It by digging out affected varieties and finally by finding some variety which is rosislunl to it. In these countncv [| U anoticed that the disease could absolutely kill out on area of cane That is lo say that where the disease was in the cane, instead of reaping a crop they would reap nothing al all. 11 was not Jusl a mater of the crop batnfl reduced hv one-third or 1 baft "You can appreciate wnat will happen to British Guiana if this situation is allowed lo ..pic.!. Sugar provide about two-thirds of the Colony's total revenue I( thta disea s e really gels going it might mean that two-thirds of the Colony'* revenue will he lost and if it goes is far as that it will take .1 long tine before it 'vill be giving a good revenue again. So we ore in a very serious position "At the moment we know lhat II II H Uitvlugt and that ft has been discovered in patches at Leonora (next door) and on the Bast Bank estates. There was some suspicion that ihere waa a patch at Port Mourant but it was not confirmed because as soon as they saw something doubtful they went aim dug it up quickly and burnt it But we do know definitely thai it %  HI the We*t Coast and Baal B.nk. Demerara. "What we ourselves IA to try and And out, bv each estate conducting Its own 111 vc>. wlu-ther or not the disease is present in any of the e-tatc 'rom Skeldon to Uitvlugt and if so to what extent. Bul if we are really going to get down to this disease, as we must, if we are Rolng to safeguard the nigU m.Ui tiv'v revenue and h< COIIM ouence the Colony's revenue we bavsj to yet somebody from outside who is an expert and we nave to do It quickly." Asked what was the extent if damage done at Uitvlugt. Mr Follett Smith explained thai It would be difficult to give an estimate at the moment but that ba fell that the damage \>... fairly widespread and might welt reduce their yields at the moment Igad the extent of damage done so far al approxun.-tel\ 5.000 tons of sugar a ftm The Director of Agriculture. Mr. H. H. Croucher, announced oi\ Monday that Government has taken n serious view of tha ap paoranca of TsMfwal.r on cerlain sugar estates The Qaifltyal OHlce has been eonununltated with, and every effort 1I--in made> to get an expert ir. the disease lo come out to the ColOtU without delay In the meanwhile groups ol workers rrom the various estates have been taken to Pin. Uitvlugt where the outbreak Is serious. There they are shown plants affected by the disease, and are given lessons on how to recognise tane affected by it They will go Lo k l' ,; ;iu resp. '.ive 1 -late an serve as special wgteh. searching tha field for any traces of "Leaf%  cald" It is vinderstood tha*. "Leafscald" spreads rapull\ bv means of rabi or rufiasaet used on ilTected plants. ilium Our London Correspondent) LONDON, January U. The future historian will lind nothing -l>ectacular to record; no major upheavals, id startling changes, nu memorable events ihtpast year has brought her undisturbed peace, prosperity and a mild measure 1 progress. Nothing ha* occurred to mar hat atmosphere of internal peace and coneiitinent which strikes so forcibly the mind ii the thoughtful visitor. 'Thanks to the good sense and the good Aili of all concerned, we have not been vexed *ith the stupidities of industrial strife; and .he several races which mal'*> up our com. ,>osite population are finding that they have more and more in common." Where is this paradise ? In the Kiji islands in the year 1949, accord-1 iiig to the ollicial annual report on that tern-, ,ory for lhat year, issued to-day. Fiji haa, ther claims to recognition in this report A Inch draws such delightful contrast with| :oruin ions in the rest of the world to-day. 1 ilasic income tax is Is. 3d. in the £ 1 Fiji's main airport at Nandi. it is stated, is: i.pidly IlllWIllllll the "Clapham Junction" 1 lh* Pacific. During the year the Canadian Pacific AirInaa inaugurated a service through Nandi unking Canada with Australia, and no fewer than 866 commercial aeroplanes arrived, compared with 765 the previous year. The airport also serves four other lines, three of which cross the Pacific from North America to New Zealand or Australia. The 75th anniversary of the Cession of Kiji to the British Crown was celebrated in 1949 — 75 years in which "Fiji has developed Irom an isolated archipelago in the Pacific 10 a prosperous community," says the Report. Dollar earnings were considered a satisfactory feature of the Colony's trade in 1949. Whereas imports from dollar countries were only £898.140, giving a dollar balance of £2.225,462, more than 45 per cent, of the L'olony's exports—£3,123.602 in all — went lo dollar countries. For the first time in four years, the Colony showed a very slight adverse general trade balance. Total imports amounted t £6.990,977 and exports to £6,843,866. The report points out that at the end of the year there were considerable quantities of copra. OOCODUt nil and sugar awaiting shipment Had one more vessel been available the adverse balance might well have been iiirncd into a favourable one. Kxpenditure on education has been more than quadrupled during the last seven years and al £309,000 showed an increase of £56,000 on the previous year. The number of pupils enrolled in all schools has risen from 29,718 in 1939 to 49.721 in the year under review. There is no ordinary railway system Fiji, but one of the terms of the concession granted to the Colonial Sugar Refining Company—allowing it to operate a light railway extending some 380 miles in length on the islands ol Viti Levu and Vanua Levu — provtdaa tor the free conveyance of passengers once a week. TinALL.SON"S KOL1.I.U U Vfs H .tiles (1AUVA JELLY Bottle* ALLSOPP'S BEER IMI.IIS 41 Now 42 /•///#y*v/*v** ','/W*V*7v,'' CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Easy to Use,—Will not hurt hands No rinsing required. 1 Pint lfc.nl. .tO I 1 ins at WILKINSON & IIAYNES Co, Ltd. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472, 4687, SCOTLAND'S BEST is SCOTTISH CREAM flrilons Go Out — Visitors Pour In THE biggest Continental holiday rush since before the war is on. While thousands tl viattora arc expected lo pour into Britain for the Festival, thousands of Britons will be foing out—to Belgium, Normandy, Switzerland, Austria and Italy. Travel agencies say their bookings for the Continent are already double last year's iigure at this time. These agencies are able to offer cheaper h iKt.ivs abroad this year because of concessions bv British and Continental railways. Chargea (bf UM special trains which agennes charter for groups of holiday-makers have been cut from 20 per cent, to 40 per cant A fortnight in Switzerland which cost £40 last year will cost £12 less this year Tt may be the travel agencies' best season %  ver. Most popular choice is Austria. But thousinda have Iwoked for Switzerland at Easter, in May and in October. There are many inquiries for Germany but accommodation on the Rhine is limited. —L.E.S. OUR HEADERS SAY: Public Llilitiv* To The Editor. Th* AdfoeaUSIR.—The article Public Utilities from N V ile Nubn-iia H1.1l you published recently wan both reasonable in opinion and moderate in expression, but there was one statement lhat. I think, calls for comment The utilita < ompaaiai lu have no objection 10 the institution or a Control II. 1 band It n it, if they did not mind, win ihoutd anj one else bother. But on consMaralion, there aaanu lo be fercnee between tin effect on these Companies and on their rustomi the Public Whatever ascpanaas art imposed b> Government, so long H they can be passed on to Ine nUlllllHll 'he COOttHaM an not out of pooket. Indeed owing to fractional difficulties the result might be the contrary. Moreover In tha event uf mishap the Board would be a shield against criticism So .1 i-. understandable ih.it it Is not the institution of the Board, but its power for 1 an, th.it the Companies view with tone em But the effect on the Publu %  it'rent, tor n is on the Public and the customers that the t-oit would fall. tt question 1 .t advantage would the\ feet for what they would pay. Tinresult uf politics—bureaucratic u. irrferenre wnn. and central "f. IT: B U not encouraging. All thai n is thai charge* wauld K" up and service thai th. effect on tha customers, present niid future of these Companirs and on the |eneral Public of Barbj. o and on the l.larulV financial reputation in uM be %  tin* up treine control. For nn part I d. not believe .in either 1 putting ihem In 1 3RCPRBRD. 1 St Pettr 1 Rutlin Station To Th* WHar, The Adtware SIR.— Mas I heartllj endorse the proposal of R i> Stewart th.it Barbados should have Its own radio Station. 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\ \MUDAY, JANUARY 19, ltSl BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Decision On PMO Residence Wanted MEMBERS of ihe St Thomas Yeslry yesterday called for a final decision aUrnt "CUendale". the par i "ii" i i raafakncc Mr RMVCI Mid ih,it ihej ma] abRiul'in nil hopes of beinp able to sell it and think of repairing 't Mr Sandafurd told the Vestry that ba intended bringing for ard %  motion at a subsequent Vestry meeting lo ask IBM tha Building Committee ho allowed to •* authority from the Vest advertise Bar %  ryfng out repairto (.lcndale" IIIMI I OF A KIMI Waiting Shed At General Hospital Wanted A "waiting shed" near the entrance gate of the General Hospital should be erected, Mr. Jam* Mr Het-ves said tha' 'here was 10 newt for gii-i Bo veil of Jemmott's Lane told the Th" would only be a waste of Advocate yesterday "One reason money. The Churchwarden could for this,'' he said, "Is that li would R** together with members of the prevent the congestion in JemBuilding Committee and see after mott's Lane which now takes place the building. If there were need on visiting days. Another is that 'or anyone, that person should be it would bring lo an end the posai%  resident of the St Thomas parbllily of a serious accident while ish the present state of affairs continue" Mr Sandiford mild that lie did "I have seen this thing going on not suggest that anyone shou for some years, and it is Indeed be selected from without the surprising that the cars. lorries, parish carts and other vehicles which try It was Mr. Thorne who first to thread their way through the asked for a final decision about large crowds that wait outside the "Glemlole'. Hp sad that there gate, do not run over anyone was much talk about "Glendale' There shmilrt be particular conand there seemed to be getting l0 m ake up for thi> aider at ion of this possibility as renowhere. urcd above ari t |,rgard.v ihe children of which they Mr. Reeves said that it was 'fh c OIH ,,„ u„ T ,ghl is an nrdinare always a large number." foolishness to bring up the "Glenan egg and weighs about two ozs Mr. John Graham of School dale" ques t ion agnin and irreleThe huge one on 'be left was laid Road supported Mr. Bovells view, vant to talk about selling it That yostfrdav by a New Hampshire C He sald^ that on Wednesday he could not be done after the House hen belonging to Gordon MalI %  vii to a sick rnend at Ihe of Assembly had ivostponed riving thews of • %  Glenmaur". I pilal end had the greatest .liltithen, permisSKm to aoiulre Ian I tiun. and weighs B on. cully in getting lo the cnte. there „,, which to build a new resi This more than doubles the was such a large crowd and so denco It was time that it should weight of the centre egg a threeIt had then 0C^ ulvepUH i that repairs wnnM ..nd-t.-luiK ounce effort of a crosssomething have to be done bred ban owned by Charles / 3 K/ JSL SISSY NEVER GAVE UP HOPE Around the Xmas Season there was a shortage of eggs, and it if the hens are making special effort in the New Year deficit. IV%  i.. .:. She Lived To He 101 Recall* Churchill's Ire At Moscow Talks LONDON. Field .vl.ir-.hal Vlseouni Alanrmei i feu i ,,, u lm< BtaftT, haa never n 1M2 may d araitaine CtaurehlU, put "a Hang" Josef Stalin Ing a portrait of Mr, m London's Junior C Ion Club. Lord Alanbrnnke recallid the bjCtdaal which occurred Moscow before the We-ten. Allies a second "ont. ajjgj The lirsl meeting hao started at 10 pjB and last.-o or lit 3 am St.i'.ni.' MM |..t,i \ "began to put the h"at an BBB started handing out BORM and Insult! to Winston. "Wa have been nghtin: .i ave been looking on After Stalin's remarks had been ''•instated, the Russian lull|a OlQI snaatad at Churchill and said: "You are never going to start lighting." This critic,vii caused Churchil" to bring his list down on tha label with a resounding crush which shook tha whole room and rlre iroadside ..r his own Stalin's He I art After a time, Stnlm got up ano I broad gun QMM over his face Ha stopped Mr Churchill's interreter and iho) back "I don l %  IPURINA HEN CHOW : (SCRATCH GRAIN) %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. i>i.wb„u>r. %  FRESH SUPPLY OV TRY OUR TO-DA Y'S SPECIAL --','-'/,V,W.'/,','/,W. curreil ST, 1 that Id be done lo get the people be some fatal at I %  nl of thaSi afternoons. TI,. \ i trj o JOINT BUSINESS that they could not buy !he land which tliev had made arrange— %  nonls to buy when lh>> wan seeking to build a new parochial nied'eal officer*! residence. The Veslry stood for one minute in silence as a token of respect for the death of Mr. S H Streat who was churchwarden of St. Thomas for over 20 years. FUSION of a Trinidad llrm and Mr c M MllM and Mr c E JJW business for feint Tryhmnc were appointed as the opeialioi^ through a subsidiary church Committee for St. Thomas eompa^ in Demerara and Jamaica Church. Mr J. H. Barneti and M ? been announced. Mr. K. H. Innisa were appointed It was staled thai Grell and to i io iy innocenu Church Company. Limited of Trinidad and S. P. Musson Son and Company Mr. Call Ins asked members Limited of Barbados, will shortly the Vestry yesterday to make an be opening jointly, branches to be effort lo maintain harmony at operated by a subsidiary company their meetings during the coming trading as Grell and Musson, Liniyear He said that they should ltod. forget petty grievances and try t trend towards federation In the commercial as well as the political field in the West Indies. Mr. D G. Leacock (Jnr.>. IHieelor of Musson Son and C<>mpan> Limited told Ihe Ad' day that he coul ment at present. She can reroanbef ttv i nan M %  > ruml of the Clulk* Mount Mixed Behool when Mr laraad lo arrtta to Hum* ei Hiview Hujid. St Enitage. regretting Michael, on Monday this week When the New Hampshire hen egg WM oin'iicd yagtagJay ii wai found to contain a smaller but conipiete egg inside, so Matthews Marshall was the Headmaster raalu had two eggs 01 double the <>"" o( hei dot.iiiiv i..II." %  MINI: usual output. I>ut she afterwards became a Fowls are not ihe only ones huckster and up lo 1940 -h, rM making special efTorts, however, sttu in this business. for on Saturday morning a duck She has married twice already the property of Hilton Clarke of hut both husbands are dead Her King Edward Road, Bnnk Hall, Qnrt husband. Joseph Roach, w^ produced an egg weighing nearly lulled while working in %  manjak 4 ou. pit. The pit fell in and aonrad Clarke reported that was its him up. best effort, so far. bul the duck She later marm-u .i tn-l<; avar had been laying larger eggs than w named Edward Bowen He usual for a few davs before. *aa amployad al Seniors PlantaA bird fancier considered the "ion on the St. Andrew-S:. Joseph ,f half pound egg a very unusual border „ occumnea. He had heard of a She has been living mi the same tlve ounce egg before and had spot since 1877. She had m.. child himself seen a double yolked egg. but this died soon after birth in as well as a double shelled egg, in !" but had not come across such a •"Sissy" remembers vary lin.e u( huge egg before. He wanted to 'he Royal visits to the Island hut know what other birds were in ha.* racoUactloni <>f the May Du the Matthews run. and would be Dial was strewn all over Barbaon the look out he said, smilingly, dos She said it rcscmhlen to hear if this hen would develop 'manure a "permanent half-pound egg litiblt." 9la*pg Well This would not only go a long "Slag) itaafM very well, bom •way towards solving the egg dililday IM night Manv iieople visi' %  culty but would make Governher She U the goil-niolhei ol 300children the IMjOrltj ggs naa grown-upi Rev Fielder. MARY JANE BOWEN of St. Sylvan's Villan-'. St. Jogcph is now 101 years old She cannot rasnacabei tha exact dale on which she was born. Eighty-onr-viMi ulJ but i% ;.-i i Ukjg nu aagdjfc Mis. Teresa Springer looks ,ift-r M.HV Jtna Dark-gkiiwad "Slaty Bowen'. u she is ealltd In ti district stands five Iwt six and a hall nuluSin l> atwaya smiling and looks forward to many m-.u .. .. living In happh —~-— — ray 1 oad AianiiM-nenl frntn RtAUY DELIGHTFUL! CREAMS 'tis GOODNESS IN IC£S" HOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN KNIGHTS LTD. Kr-i'.il T|I IllstitUtf \rrungo8 Sampling Pi aeM sl oBa on tba nrnlilann • lampUac will taka place in Jamaica at the Inauiuta nd Economic Kosearch of tin i Mwisity Colltge. J.,nu.iiy :'.' In rtbruary 3. These talks will be ^-d by Frank Yates Sc.D., F H s . tithor of Sampling Methods for .md Surveys I H Me b] l>r. Yaton h IH-CII one %  the major conn Ibut Midcspread understanuing of llie more prci.-e application uf tin lechNuine ii wm Stalin's i brooka said, -t ir.iiik. resolute "i lhal tmie on tiui %  ting ot ne another 1 %  .i:i.r In anoiliei iiiUio.ii. the war-leader, lrd Alanbrook. lecouulint an amusing incident il ona .r th taunn of the Chlafi of Staff round Mr. Churchill's bad Leak in g "t tha clack Cnur chill -.uddenlv icinemiN-n,| in im|M>rtunt luncheon •ngacantanl Rt boundad out of bad i" n real thai there was no bottom lie nvjainah 'and ,t Dtrfae 1 pair "f legs for huntlng-bnots Hnw The Eormar Chlal ot Btafl aud the graoteal >-i Mi Churchill* hiaveraanti was iiu^iilling.o or his fighting spirit throughout | g the country during th days of IM0 ','.;*,',;', r *',V r *s'*'+'S*'*'*'S-'.','^*'*'*'+'*'A***> t HARRIMIX'X-BROAD ST. S a m pling is ung "i lag main used In social. I I LAZY "POST" An Advoc*lr IMracnMtl saw In I OCfUM rttsfrn t V.-.I.T. day. a postman dolivcriiiK U'ltet^ dvociU ytMrrwho d | d „„, |^ m „, k |„,„ o,.,, m.'ill HMOd Us achrdukas rcmakr no 1lr„ ls hli dmy to tke Uipvl.llor. >f> lo Ihe prt Lady Seel Visits Baby League to the houses of the people to whom they belong. This postman merelv drew up his bicycle in Ihe road close to Ihe house of the person for whom he had a letter and rung the bell until someone came to receive the letter One busy housewife told LADY SEEL, wife of Sir George our representative that she was Seel, Head of the Development so annoyed about this bad service and Welfare Organisation for the lhat she was on the vrge of cornWest Indies, visited the Christ plaining about It. Church Baby Welfare League .>j 0 matter whal one is doing." yesterday and paid Iribute to the „ n< said, "this particular postman work that is being done there by a i wa ys expects someone to go to Madame lfUl and her band of n)m m ^e road for a letter'" social workers. "Sureiy." she argued, "we are Lady Seel wrote In the visitors' taxpayers and as such contribute book that she had been very n wmr measure to his salary interested to see the splendid even though he may not be nware work lhat was being done at the 0 f it Wc must demand better Clinic. She was sure that the orv ice" result would be of greol beneilt Another resident of the district "At present," he said. "I think Vicar of Si Saviour'* Church. the schedule only catered for 3-w admlnlatan the Hoi) Communion and over, hut they certainly to her at her home monthly visualize half-pound Example There Is an lnterestii|g side light to this big egg story. The middle egg. in this picture which had been left with the photographer disappeared overnight, but reappeared after all hopes had been given up of ever seeing it again. Then a member of the staff confessed that he had taken il hum* ',. to show his hens what could be done If other hens, why not his? Results are being anxiouslv awalted. to the mothers. She wished the work every success in the future, and would be delighted to visit it again. Present lo meet Lady Seel were:— Madame inll. Mrs A. de K. Frampton. Mrs. J. Ivcrs en. Mrs Betty Arne, Social Welfare Officer, and Miss Iris Kollins and Mrs C Storey, helpers lithe work. Boat Missing; Two Aboard spoke of how at one time he went to his window after hearing the ringing of Ihe postman's bicycle bell. He said that he had a letter for him and he told him to A small row boat with a crew of bring it to him He was in the two aboard which drifted off the road silling idly on his bicycle coast of Willemstad. Curacao, on about three yards nway from the Wednesday morning has not been house, bul before he would bring found, accoiding to a cablegram the letter to him he wailed until received / the H.iii-mi and Shiphe taw a boy passing and asked ping Depuitment yesterday. to do so. "This was more All ships moving In that vicinity She is a gnat example for many who cue up hope in life From girlhood she lost one eye after being struck in it In 1941 she became completely blind During her life time she was involved In one accident. That was when two 'buses collided 15 years ago Her left foot was Injured. She can remember buying sugar .it .i ihJJUnf par pound and Ret 12 cent* per pint during the st World War. S %  baa enl] one aronry Her bouaa is badly in need of reninlb < through Mrs. Springer .who goes through the country districts selling ginger, mangfrft. app laa and otbat •.mall ite-iiN She also gata %  pan sion. She li acquainted with Mrs Christian "Ma Pat" Kelln iill raara old. "Ma ivr aUD weeds her bit of land daily and is strong. leaves hei houaa but her voice IN vtill strong wonls went like in.igic throughout the army and through ucal research. It is anttlha ehrll population, which arm ripated that some r a praai ital %  %  ng evaraty tried To mi nun., %  .ill bf Kiniiiiu from the Unit.,) ,|fr.itisni could newi uivivr ii: i Puerto Rico and tv>r his dataa m lnatloci never Bi i lo nim ndai Tin's new PARKER ;v is a triumph! ami i.i.,,.,I Children Anolli. Jmeph J I'.nkv' . 35 LAND FROM "C0L0MBIB" gaga here yesterday from the French Liner Colomble which came here from England The Colomble had 104 intransit passengers on board She took passenger* here and left during the evening for Jamaica via Trinidad, Lo Ouatra, Curacao and Cartagena Her local R M Jones than annoying." said this resident, are rcouesled to keep a sharp look st S>h "when one saw ihi* same postman •olng to the house of someonn rb-c yards away lo deliver a lethe should do" He conI It a discrin unjustifiable nnd entirely out r of the "Old U > tU-vrar-old Mrs. Louise DaSilva She also lives at in's Village and is known Canadian Commissioner Coming She was born on in 1859 and has different countries very strong and m %  THE <; A. I agents are Messrs. Principal of the Evening Institute. >s a Co Ltd. *n cnecl trmn ,sl J* nunr v v,: 1 It Took 10 Years To Get This Machine THERF IS a new brake testing machine at the Departnt ol Highways and Transport that gives the brakinn out for the boat. Christmas Day ravaUad to aw She is still i< Mr T. GRANT MAJOR. Can"Ma l->u" said thai her mathai ...Inn Onvernment Trade Coin wa %  rmglon <.f inisNioner. "ill be nrriving on Si Simon s. St Andrew She WM Satunlay 20th January for a V all married three times Her first husof one week. Apart tremor has appointed two brtal tUtl lab-t. B. Hamilton to be be his last extended before going to Canadt Dr. Hamilton Is Principal Ma> thai will slay here i on leave It'l the only n with the a NEW HATVUM Uf W PRECISION NLW MAUIT • NII*K>TO>llL Hltll. • "I* IN.,lOW COVKNOH • NW n*QUM IMRvOHI • Htw vmtn IN fufnr £4,500,000,000 FOR U.K. REARMAMENT lilt I.ONDON. Jan 18 Britain's three-year rearmament Bill is estimated to be already £4.500,000,000' and an authoritative progress report af said today. machine, the Bear Brake Testing Machine, will make il unnecessary for a vehicle lo be put on the road (or brako SSS£ II i mean, m evenlnu up the brake leslina >tn and ensurlnK MUSIC AT 'THE ROCKS' band was Colin Dae the second Rua Bob a Trinidadian and ihe other i> St. l-ueian She bad seven children from each. All three husband* arc dead. When the last die. I was a matron at a Hospital in St I **** '*'"' <*'•Lucia. Of her 21 children nnh one is a girl who is at present ie America She visited her two One of her sons. Whlteombe Colin Dae w.-i killed in South Africa in 1927 At one time SSS3. Krandciliioren 300 *' !" *" ^' She -a. the Rrat of u children hieh 11 were If I was roungsjf with my exE Mien.c I would either make aglanri BY ANY OTHER FORM OP COOKING. USE A "VITA-SAVOUR" ITS EASIER—ITS A SHORT CUT TO TASTIER FOOD, BETTER HEALTH, AND MORE LEISURE. PRICE $21.24 EACH. II AIIIMSOVS BROAD ST. NOFLEASi emoy >ooll c one. loo. timated last year after President Truman's urgent call to Atlant Pad Nations —Heater. .j ifi v %  hn i u a B i aB**l A ktuiKil Ttivnii T^* nii-ni Ulr In which lh limaiu mund sppearIn diff*ni muiiTBl gUSSM film M" Annie |ft v.i It. ins Berlin By rwauwM BMIlM Ee*rI—The S*h.e 11-^ Kbatasi %  % %  MiiMe In RayOirn Tp >nr TBM March of Oie I QOD SAVE not KISO -NEW CHIEF OF STAFF HRLSSEI5 Jan 18 General J. Plron. Comn,an-' la >' named Chief of BUB thS £Hf Into ot Belgium's Ground r rafaleU tanks at petrol stations • replaces Oeneral Etlenne II hpor wiei air-wdv i*en nut down in the Baele *hu Loeomes Ifead of the itrSSi K frX"5Xi.t:.i"S f'2T". -';""""'•, T„. b~om icl Win, used offldally. II la "' %  "' BclBlum forres T^^.'^'^*' imed with a lever and four dials. _^_ "" %  ^viloS'cSJr'ucSd oTSlui' FLOODS IN AUSTRALIA The lever is swung to one side BRISBANE, Jar tested and Advoeate was told al the DepartToNtoiiT ih* pome lUna unoer Cap' ment yesterday, and is a big imPUin m pi*r at the Roefc provetnen: over the old system. t "TS^Vn'.r" u,.,,.. ">der which there was no guaranr-ch-Crte Null.. nftMiia lUUon ^ „ tQ lh( tvtnnw of ^ ?our —jt.un* rucih wheels. Operatic ataeerpt*—i PMiiaeci The machine which Li aw si in i th08C used Tne PaftiMtl are rimllini plater* amount of TW pitch Ihelr Wnl for villas* fiwrui.T Punchlnelln Nrdda inwife, and Colui Kill wAh Ma roHipanlom notea that S> Ivlo a peaaant % %  beconi Inf (amiliai with Need. a violent .eerie, the (allhlea wife w %  .M rvleiit aitd wllh he. love. meeU death at the hand, of Punchinello Coneen Valae Eapar.a W.adufel Two rlaa'e lema— Drearni when lorries are belns tested and Some 900 passengers to the other able for the testing of penned in flood-hound trains I passenger ears. The dials give North Queensland today Meanthe readings for Ihe four wheels. W hile in thsouthern part of Ihe when the vehtele Is driven on tn K t;,to flre* have blackened 70,000 ihe "drive e maehfne come from the n< men ire fighting a blare 40 IT s A. The Department has been miles away trying to get it since l40 —Beater -u)ol&& motf utu/n&dp&n. With Rotted Q Oton for Barbadoa: A. S Bryden & Sons (aWbadOg) Lid, P.O. Box 403 Bridgetown. Will. I u u ilo) Cap IT; fl L0REXANE f DU8TIHG POWDER Control* and kills lies and ticks en animals CI. ".i I in A. S. BRYDEN t, SONS (BARBADOSl LTD f o OX 401. B>i: ^aHT i\ mum 1 ii PERLSTELYS III Till BEER S III" |>. larliHin of J I IM.III.S r %  He' fMV ISiaiil.STASSFEKD sinrr A Caw #.•.*. ; %  %  .•.vssssss*ssss.-.-.-.\-.-.-.\-.-.-s.w.-.-ssss-v.vsss.-.\'.-.y, Tidy Skirts cannot be kept that way without proper SKIRT HANGERS -> IWW Usm Id Ihrrr sharf,-N of Clre.'ii. BlaH mill Pin*—cr.rh I'liin Painl'-d DcttM Bjaafan—mch w l"lull I*. > 11.., .1 M.irr;, ,. |,,, II,,!,!,,,, Mr and IK CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. II. II, 12 A. 13 Broad Sir,,-,



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1M1 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY FOR LASTING QUALITY & SHADES INSIST ON *fClSTEBt_2, STAG BRAND READY MIXED PAINTS AN I. C. L PRODUCT A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (B DOS) Lm AGENTS STOMACH upsets Wka the BMnach it KI as • IMR of byperacidilT. ttaaa of D* Win* Antacid Powder will dispersetbe pain %  ad saa tr iai nfihl sway Flatawtue. heartburn ar.d uiiagoatiM. a/e BOOM) of the •jmptoms that this cu of acid In Uw Momarh can bring ut iu tram. De Witt'. Antacid Powder MM neutralise* the 1 acid a*4 at the aaaac tune other ingredients in tbe wellbalaaMlMDiUi sooth* and ptoiact the •aticata stomach Un*. Gat a suppl, ngfct ANTACID POWDER Nasrlraftrti Acid Ssotnae Sta-natJi **•..,, ( • for aa away */om (tamo— Crr( a low [, • a..*-...*! cwiIT'S i .£?<£ NIACID t • C*-~M TALETS ^ MMtaaaaaaaaaaa ORIENTAL GOODS: From INDIA. CHINA, EGYPT! Silk, Curios, Hrassware, Jewels, Linens, Ivory, Teakwood, Sandal. French Perfumes, Barbados Scar\'es in Pure Silk. Etc.. Etc. IB, -„.,..nlr % % % %  —*—* III.VM llr.H.. Sti mtk* tb keep iNNffi etfANUMSS %  ^JOW'S the time for this young man to learn the safe, %  "^ gentle way to Inner Cleanliness A glass of sparkling fizzy Andrews is a delightfully refreshing drink. More important still, however, it ensures everyday good health by cleaning the mouth, settling the stomach and toning up the liver. Finally, Andrews gently clears the bowels. Just a teaspoonful in a glass of cold water and here's an exciting, sparkling drink — here's the way to Inner Cleanliness a BREWS LIVER SALT ^'**X^> .^^*,**-r.**--^,*,',**O'-',*-0-,O%0*-*-V0--*-*,^O*-^^V'-'^^^*.%**-^,VV'>fl'* WV^Wi*,V/>*^>6V I THE ADVOCATE HAS THE BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!! Among some opened yesterday are . CRICKET CAMPAIGNS ll> .YOHMAN YARDLEY THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY By IIAIMIII I II ASUMIOOK ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1(5] BARBADOS UIVOCXTK. PACK SF.VF.N CLASSIFIED ADS. ^ 1ELCPHOMB 230a IN MEMOKIAM l MiM uol i r loved thrdKlMr i e. now eternal rail." f,.i i.) r* Mi Clifford A MatTM .son'. Mr. Owen 1. .daughter In-U HHU *"" Mis Peau' Yeaiwo-m. Hnu1u rl* Gertrude M.TM. Er %  Marlln Y-aiwood. Vena VMrmM. 19 1 SI—in Mill nut AUTOMOTIVE t IK rrf.red 1 Dill *]' ( >.*rn. 11 h.p -..k-AV. 10 1 f.1--*.. r*nworkmf 111 rord 1 nes. T* 10 llf in perfect e. Dial 4931 CAH — Renault SM.n. good woikmi order, r.ew Hatter-. Tyre in riftiWr condition. M C. M Hunt— Room 111 Plantation! Building Phone se MIt 10.1*1 —In TitirrK* -Two Dodge Truck. 3* and 4o mod*l In r< %  VaoMM oideApplv: lh Marian, i I .-• PlanUUor, i I l SMS VHL/VTTTE M r I .H-BTKRV RMAfiF %  i ro'RTTISY OARAGE ELECTRICAL iitxrim i March M Out *Tpei.i ..pe-lenr. n ID, Yd TiliUdd PW I cad ana* n**d articular, "i •. rt-Bt-Spali III ftl-n UNOER THE IVORY HAMMER II.. ttk-har AuUM Car. PUMSM in Teresa Ca.n ^M". 1 Will „11 ,m i lh at AHern* Arthur. I to Fort Royal Garage i Row l, iiM A-4C only don* 1.000 mile. accsda-1 IWMIpm MISCELLANEOUS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER INimsiMY. I.,,:,, ,, jsito Mr. ARTHUR C. BAYLEVS Sale RhyUtone. Hasnna* Tl-CSDAV. Jukar, J*Hh. Dr DEAN KI.EVA.VS Sale. Brigade House. Garrison URANKER. TROTMAN & CO Auctioned s 19 1 -51 — in. EMPTY BARTONS Man.ilacMi BI-IT MUDF1 0OA." 1 Delivered the Rubenif Co Lid in jood older LOST Foin\n LOST Black and white 44.020,000 LIVE IN BRITAIN LONDON, Jn 18. The Ragtstrar OfNTa! i, -day lave a new tM. total pomilaUor. a* 44.030,000 The number of women w-a* i .it L'L'oflS.OOO and the numrvt n| H iii M 71.S5T.0O0 Britain had its low." i nnhtv rule—24 deaths per I.UU0— live births in ihe tMlt.l quarter of 1950. It compared with 27 death* Mr l.OOO births m the *ame period of the previous yea. Bud the average of 38 per 1.000 for the third luarter-. of the ten vears !M—50 REAL ESTATE Bel ween Rnaatl>i ore Vauahal' Hul. C I. E. C/o Advocate A Set, SI'RINGHAMThe, d* %  •eringhsm. White Par* 1.11 I r ^r" f BOArRr* riAM*nov.' We win .* uu ,„ _, b ^,, BaaumnlM a ., „ offWe Jame. ami, ^* !" d v ,, rruaFy 1WI. -1 ,.nt CAVE ft ROACHFJI I'LANTATIOK'. I n i roadi. : IT, nrepa'itioi ; %  ., % %  .... rm.md Knight on the prenuaet YEARWOOD BOYCr. S.ih, ,!.„, U 1.51-1 RECEIVED A Electric Uahim*, 14-31 Volta B Cole Co Ltd. %  hlpmcnt n( Pat rotund Charamt plant* •" %  > Price RMM 1! I SI In W.\SHI.N(. MACHINE One or the.* 1>a>r*lr wlin Miln dtier left KM and It c.innot he replaced inln|f Room*. 3 Bcdrwomt Wctei.toilet and Rho-er-hatlt lofethei with >M1 tq fl n f land. Appjv |o U'Aic. A Scott Maaaitne Luc FUHnlTiniE ri'i'Mtrnr o..e \t. i .hnlt. .nd one M-I' f>om1'iae Larde i M ".m.-.. rj laMei and WaihOand. See DA.e. A .%-ott. Haaaatna Uine i i at -n< rfRJVITfnr-R..lph Beard oflera follow me New Menoa-.n. fd.iutuie Dlmnc chain I'l fr pi Tub Chan SM 00 per pr Cocki il T-hlet 110 OC Tea trollc tlSOO. Streatnllred Mm rlt rhalt. |J3 00 e-h Vanllie. a*5 I unpamird ru*h chairs; nek era and stool. Not forfMtln a lara. iitacrlment of -eond hand furnltuif Call at Ralph Beard %  lurnishlng >how to ' pm daily dose Salurda; inooni Phone 4M5 II I .Ik—Or. THE undera^nvd will set up toi sale l>y PUblsc Competition al Iheli ofRce Roebuck direst. Brldfetown. on Friday the llth laaUnt at t pm EVANTOM with the land thereto betonfini cont..-ii-K 1S.3U auens leel, altuatf at %  i. Rock. CBrlat Church The dwMlinfhouM comprlaei ihiae hedroorna with large built-in cupboards, epaciou* lounae. dining room, and modem .lichen, loffcsther with two Hied tolleU and balhs Servant rooms and crare. Tha property commanda a matilflcent view. For further paitlculara, inepection a..i Conditions of Bale. Apply to B. |. MchoUa a, Co. Telaphw.. fits. nd st Joa.ph Reward B-. ! %  1 > 10 141 l-i ONB DTI TICKET No P IWm Flnde' pseaae return same lo N F Lawrence. Hlh Rn-'t oc BTC Maaalloe l*ne in I H—in PLOT OF lamina; to I*npV pei le llelriui II. htral II pl-ase return to Advocut 111 H-iFUHLM VOIM I S LIQUOR UCBMM NOTICI-: The application of Alettunder lln.tr ol Claybiury. M John (<• %  pein.isaton to aeil %  lr its. Halt LiqusK. *, •hlnale shop attached at rnmei of Wilson Hill al W. John Dated Hill 17th 31st day of January. 1MI at aflorh am 0. B. GRIFFITH A* Police MMHIII TAKE NOTICE NURSIA BRAND imnri'n .^.— V F *DRIEK VAT* MEI K I'KunrrFN tint W.HUM., n IVELUERRIDERS i.mit,, |,. b , O'-npsui) duly ortfenised unuci |M '"• Ihe Mcthe.l.nd. Xl^uf^t,.,, [Sr, "y 1 """"ho** " Part milk an. ptaaaati durU cectaii'iott the aald aaod, ., | nf .feaienn edible Ice and pen idles and will be entitled to resjlstei .he aam* afl.i on* month from the lath da* ..I J a ,„„,i '•01. unlaaa sauna panaan shall In Ihr meanUme live noiiie Ml iliaaHafM U me at my oltlc* of ops— HI,, n „l ass,. rccuiratlon The trade mark can be •cation at my osflce nth day %  ) Januaiy. Mat II WILUAMB.T Regislrai M Tr..de M.iVmill % Harbour Log la Carlisle Bay Car R V fMertUMU **> *ui. *,.....-aiv Bah l-L-l.>la*r Jon** MII'.IV l bie :**. %.iirran a'BS London Manner 4 •*> ,.,., „rl Capt Lawrence, lor Trinidad Schoonet Eoterptu' S M i -• -art t'-pi r.rcfw. for Si lucia M V Daerwood. fat ton. nc>. Capl n-Coteau. far fit Lucia %  S Fo.| Tow.,uy*nd. 1 a* %  In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station _. RM Netcrrlan*. .„, .ppj,,,, Ilk and dairy produi Isaled TAKE NOTICE FARM BRAND That K V PBODUCTEN 7.fl VEIJlEREir FABRIFK VAN MVLK DRR VERECNKJIII limited liability t ih. .od Wireleaa iW I. I. ..ir.mun.cal .hip. through then DM it BS Archaiutcloa, %  i' .. > s oaa .,. Opal. IB London II fysanculoic. PI -Idenl Dulr. lauw plate. Ik Impeiial U^iebc. I rlaola Lsr Malani* 1 advise u.ih l>.e BaibatbJohn SB Aoutheei. anner II Ancap DISHER DISHES THE POLITICIANS LONI>ON Iron' what he esUa ''crBek-Dot idif-tiialut T Rhode. bouRhi 8.000 acres In '(ntiduraa and plans t< %  tart a bo.itinu. iwiinmini ami Ashing 'paradise fifty Mritons offered U> go wu him within two days of his appe.i' for -men who are not bossed b\ i.'itj who don't have 11 wear wool next to their ckln For man*' n:u D director of :i CaUsbOTWCU, l^wido pickle factory, until it was BtaV %  piilM>nlv arquired to mak' room for an "opeti snarr" m th greater 1-ondr.n greenbel' pint TaUinn about his new lite n British Honduras. Dlaher said GOVERNMENT NOTICE opportunity to do tanct fnv restrictionand Mary | HI Thr Cabins a* Baao i ..Una; a a rv.pi %  'i • I OOlfllO. ia B. M-l'.. SH %  a Eesna N.B. La Cy.urlsre.nv a**p U Alcaa Partoet Si s *. Moi iits.trn SI La Courbrnlo •1 Boekoop SI P.itln*r, -VS. laibHssa, atlflt i.anm. R <( Alf Undetterg, B.B. Ni-rs* Mo....' ... ii iov. Ik rtol %  something of from endless form-tilling Dlaher disclosed thai i.< bad cared ground lot pssW' kng pineapples and banana* and i. buying heavy equipment foi i more land clearance. eulttVB* Uon. sawmill work, power generBd Insect control DEPARTMENi OF EDUCATION Applications .iii. .uT3bly qualified %  rsons tor tho VBI Jiwy at Si .':. lie minimum qualit'icjUnn |oi ... .i s bOBl Ccilitl.jle 3. Applications must be auh.r.itted prtapriiii< tE.15 tb) foe men and R.M <•) -1"< ii mav be obtained from the Department of Educnt; i^ies who have already submitted one of these torn--, M i. *prvl t j rei ious vacancies (now "' IJf saBBhl recent teiUmontal 4 Any teacher who applie* I 0B the sfaiT of anot.ier >t inform his or her present Chalntua of Managers and the Head Teacher of any application for null a transfer J. All applications must be CndoWd in envelopes marked BaartT in the top lef. hand eetmat and must reach the MM al Bdneatton BJ aaHurtfay rtih laauaiy, usi I imary. 1951 i9 1.51—*n SHIPPING NOT ICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. "s.ltni from A mater dam and Docer ..ire' *lh Mh Januai* IW B" Sad lid rabranee IMI Mi l from Antwerp (•am M.I "Oranjcatad IWw %  aasaTag to Tiloidad. 1 ... %  •" MO %  HeiM ttai. is rums sikd Amu.i Sth. 1MB amariuo and r in, Jansjllh F. bluer r MAIL NOTICES -i" 1 MerchanM. wkaxe uade %  liusim-. eddraat. la IB Persoonsdam Rotterdar %  The .Netherlands! has applM-l for U) reikrtration of a trade mark ... par "Aof Ini-nIii reaaaand milk and dairy products ami proderived from same, also product, th* said food *H.aitii. nd poiridr.*. and LIVES HICK COW i Calf tm d of milk Mother | ower B-i. arv Meilet -in* 30 pts AppN 1" COW 1 i:..KIelo Heifer, by B E Bull Prince Albeit. I* 3 weeRs old THa 3SSI J. W Smith. Bedcot. Ratim Rri MKCHANICAL 1 i r Rr-yvlm A Scott It I N—4n MISCELLANEOUS Coppln at 3111 oi 3S1S iri-1 3i raOFEITT FOR SALF OB RENT KEKTiAL HTIsL Chrlal Churcn Owner l-aviruj Island aoon. Two Redlooms. Dlnlni Boom. Drawing Room Kitchen. Shop attached, enclosed Yard House wire awaltlnf current. 3 Rood* 37 I . Perches of Land Apply M D. C Foid. on premie*.. II LSI < n I1RAH1.E Dwcllitig ZKJXY" nandlnsi i lately I rood SO perenea a.well coast Road, Chtl boui Drawing room, Dlnlni loom. I room. Kitchen. Throe badroot oieasliag loony and lunnlnf downsUlii One large bedre. bathroom upstalu Usual cony Eleclricn Thie* .rrvanta' room and in yard. Garage lor two car* Th* al-.vproperty will be act up tor sal* br Public competition at otu Ofrlee Jamie Street on Friday ISO January IMI at 1 pm Iii.pcctlnn hv appninlment Dial UtS YEAI.WDUD •BOYCE. 1.1.51—l la CAJ*R — Plai htaasi patter i shopr* DIVING COGGLSS ihrmnh youi m tai m i i t,.n around THOENIX Pen a good Ionic alter Ihe Flu Irv %  Re.nil Cod Uvcr Oil Bnyulalan" a-l easily digested and palatable ptcpyrat,on lllcc ; ooi KNIOHTS LTD. THE RFXA1 I. CHEMIST II I >! in UPTONS TEA—Th* on* and only tea that commanda the laractt sale In. the vnrld aa slated on each parkin. Kaa never been challenfrd paaan %  \cryh*r* by si-m t%tk PILLSRe.all Kidney a BladO. ^ mild but etlectlve liver rtlmu, !" .. dean— nnd purity Ihe blood And am B atlld bill effective liver v!.m.il.i." PHn 10 hot Ontulnab'r at KniBhli I i-l i" 11-ln PLIlMANCNT needlea lor TOUT record piacer, and needl*. of all kinds. Price flOS Records of all Rind* too. A HAFIXEB CO-. LTD LlJ0-i-f.n. ROIIJt HA7.'>K8 fse a Roll. Ra<"i and forget ><" havlria trouble*. KV1GHT-S DRUG STORES. IH M -an ^r.\l-Lv; HANDS T ... Time Saver Pica have arrived "lease send to be Sited Joh Shepherd Street. I!..' 1 BlvUlT-t—We carry a I KNIGHT'S DRUG TWO ROODS OF LAND a HoUiertal Tuininf. Si Mlehae %  •.ion ol a Mr RprlnBrr thereof. The above will be aet tip Is public compelnmi. at our Luc a. Street. Bridgetown, oi Itth January 10*1. at 7 i t'.\l.:iL\r.To Al SI -ale at i>mee Frirt. PITafLIC ^OTKiS l SIVKRKITV f til I l l.l OF THE WEST INDIES. CHAIR OF si Ki.l 1(1 AI'JIJCATIONH arc invited for ap uolntmeiit lo the Chair ol Surgery. The rrOIe iM will be hand ol the Deparli >f •hiracry and will be reepouilblr l..i he teachni| ol nodical itudenla It %  errrees ol the Univeraily of Londc!oi the development of reerarch He oil. ilao be In charge ol surgical beds in thi I'nlvrrMty Cnllef* Hipltal The dutlei hould bcain as soon after 1st July 1S01 la can bo arranged. The salary will bi it a Naed point In Ih* rmp C3.000 U inder PBBU arraniementa Child allow >l living allowancr I'nlurniahed arcom mod.tlon la available at a rant ol S' o Applications .twelve copie* i.-, .I.t.., %  hould be i ai ii atsan the i of Fefcri i lUahri Eduralloii colonies, univcrilt* ..f Lsmdon House. London W C I Iroir urlher parliculars can b* obtained 111 31 In TAKE NOTICE SULPHATRIAD BAKER IJMITKU %  *m la Daaeoiiaiii has applied lor ihe icriati rark In Port *A of Heia! 1] l> n Frl Tl M.i II Ap. It Ma< 11 Fob • afar • Ap. 13 Apt 11 Mas 11 1 el. %  Mar 1 Apr 14 Apr 21 M.i sss^aUS?" without notice aie. and lielihi ll \raels fttts-1 itn lateon appiicaiion cold storage •ham. ta — GARDINER AUSTIN CO. LTD. AajcnU. PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominie., (or Miliiig to Europe. The usual ports of call ire Dublin, l-.miuii. or Rotterdam. Single fire £70; usual reductions for children J Ml-:. CLE. Ta^lANSATLANTIQITE (Frcnca. Line) Sailing to Trinidad, La Gualra. Curscao, i |r) ,,.. >.., ..,.%  Jamnit "n Januar) lot)' 1991. Sailing to I'l i mouth and Le Havre via Martiiit-iiie and nuadaloupa on January 29th. 1951. Sailing (o (iicnada, Trinidad, HrlUsh Culina iintl French OBlaaui OR February Bib. HI. I S..ih..,. to Pi.in.mill and l-e Havre via St Lucia, Marlinlgue. Ouadaloupe (i'oinle i Pitre Ii Basse-Terra 1 ond Antigua on February 17th. 1951. CO.. LTD.-Agents. SrK YOURSRI.F AS OTHERS SEE YOU. We t'BB HuPFly. MIHIIOIl .l VSS In All Rite* flLV .* each. The Modem Drsns Bhoppe TABUTTI—D* Will's Antacid Tehlrt. ire a new lemedc for Indtieallon Sour Siomach. Heartburn. Dyapepota. and O.HnrltlNmatter were >ni ate or whal von aie doing you con UM Ihem and no water l needed, they dkaaolvi SSothly on the lonauPrice I 0 bo. Knalhl's Ltd H 0 ~"* t MVERSITV COLLEGE III IHE WEST INDDXS, SIMIII; LECTIRESHH' IN Ml UK INK APJ'iaCATIONB an in.lleo lor tfl p...i of Senior l^ct.nei In Medicine. Th duties will Useludr assistance to the ProfeiMM of Medicine In teachlnkt %  tudeids for Ihe medical degree, ol the University of London, Use care of pan*..i. in the Unlvoeally Coll** lfti*pllal and loneaiih in the Dcpaiimrnl of Medicine The — lart -iasr Is E1.300 C 1.000 par annum and Ihe point itry In Ih* scale is determined b-. flcattou. ..nd cp*r1ence Chita .ante I. paid and alao a tempor.in of Irving alsowanaa aBiperaanualioii under PBBU arrarurcrrurnti Unf .muhed arcominadalton Is available at m of I'l ol basic salary. The *uc ul applicant will be expected to lake .he poet during Septri.b*. 1*91 Applsrattnno nwlve copses g>vln mil parucuUes of uu.liPrai.ao> ud IM n of three referee. .hould he ived before llth February IMI b Secretary. Scale Con unlit** an HUlher Education in the Colons*.. Serial/ i *rs.ty of Londsan London. W.C I from whom further partlci be obtained It I ll TAKE NOTICE Columbia Thai COLUMBIA RECORDS INC • corporation oiganired and earsli'.a undIh* taws of th State id peiawaie. United Statoa l America. Manufactucei. whose trade or Im.ine*. adities. iT Hcveeth Avenue. New York l> Stale ol N> Varl Uniied Slates of America, has applied for Ihe raai.tiatlon ol a trade mark In Pan •'A' ad Re. sier in re-peri of i.>.uiuafrai.n "i lalkina ma.hinepanand a., .-.o. lea Iheiefor namely, record bru.h*. repeal*!.. -dr>s ... pftrll record ei.velope. needle cupa and atop mechanisms and record, iherefor and will be •nulled to rcHaler the aam* after one akasIB l. -n Ih. mi. day <* Ja.,uai> IW. ""The trade mark San b* s**,. <*, ..poll MIt KKJ\T HOUSES nUNGAI/)V.'--Mrwi> l.-illt Uungo In good re> Idantlal area situaOrd ri the hoteli. but off the main road Mailing, containing I bedrooms. 3 "mm. and all modern conv icncea incl.idmi: w.-alk In and built pirse. ind suits IMVERSITV COLLEGE OF THE WEST IMiIISENIOR FCTIRESH1P IN CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY AI'PIJt'ATXON-l are invited lor Ih nst ol Senior Lecturer in th* DcpnH menl of Pathology Th* dull*, of Hi will Include chemical p-thologwi in Ihe L'niv.,.il College Hosptli instruction In rnemiral pathology af Is working lor the medical degree. of Ihe UnivecaHy of London The salari scale ta £1.300 50—CldDD par annum and the point of coir In the acale rl determined by qu.lll. allo.ui and an • perlenr* ChUd aUewance la paid anJ alao a leenperar) cost ol li ving a I so wane* luperannuatsan Is under PBS*J arranae. available al a rant el 4% of baisc salary The auccaaalut applicant wit! b* e*pecteO to take up the post during June IMI Applsrauon* Hwely* copleai giving lull gamsii' as %  nwaol a I my pflke ted .-i. ITB-l luch reglatrjIMvi cat Januarv. MSI TAKE NOTICE ^TJMBl^ %  .!. %  %  ir," isaan .m...ttina Bf ivMBO ... ,i ...,, and roetlfyil eartahle Ihr-f-. „,.,t so received belor* llti Fabruary ilie Secretary, lenale Comirittee %  Higher Education I. Ihe OalonUM lenale I ii London W.C I from whom Iwrther raaeUeissae. i,-..t^ aM ^.n*(t lSI.lt—In Thai COM-MBI-. RECORDB IMC. a .mpotation ori aw lawof th* BUte ol Delaware. United -Hate, of Am* E M or busineaa addies, iTan H.venih Av-oue. New V. led Slate, of America haapplied fur Ihe rearWnraiton Of 1 "A of Begistar In reaport of radio r*iMiig. detecting an and parts thereof, crratal receiving set* regenerator receiving a* fteauei.cv mpliteri. Mud speakns. detector, amplihcr. Iransmitl %  sasui.m tub*., vacuun. lub* uickei" ladio and audio tiequrmv -ian.|..i.uer gi-l leaks, grid eondanae*. .nd^ctance and co-ipling coils. Rued an i rsinateii.era. Htawlatori. crystal detectora and mounting* antcnae eoi,| %  nent. antmnae protrrtnrv loosi antennae telephone plug' and lark, and electim.: awaSFhes and will be entitled In reaiter ihe sans* aftei on* month fro.ihe l*V fy of J-nuahr. IMI. unleaa anm* person shall in Ih* meantime give notlre %  Bufjhcal* to rae al my ofBc* of opfmaiLun ol uch irgiilrat^n The trade N*ai fain b.seen on applkatiun at my r-Slce Dated thi. ITth da. of January. ISSI II WILLIAMS Heg..trai l Trade Maik la I sib TAKE NOTICE MASTERWORKS a corporation •raanded and eiietma und* Amerlca. ManufaetLirers. smos. i Avenue. New York 10. Slat. •Hale, of America haa aopUed for th* leaisatrauon of a lead. Basglate* In m a in of phnnograph r aaprda and raaatd blank-, and will erdllled to reglatr, lh um „ afl r „„. m onth from ih* llth day of Januai). Ill unlaa. some person shall .ve nnt m duplicate to mo a' n OtBll ofappodilon of -ueh iegi.trai.on fBO *rade maik can be **en en applira*. tnyCdthli ITlh day ol Jan .ary IMI II WILIJAMS. Reg-irer af Trad* Maik. No. 48 SWAN STREET Oflm in .Minna ili !•• i il b) U> andrrslp I las PaMk Trut 1 tlw PiibU. Bnildlnn Bridgstewa, ..... lain HUM 1* noon on Thunder. ?.5th January. 1151. Ki.it.i i i'..Tor llnrental or kaaatw of No aa froni I.t MRP l IMI .\[i|ili'-iiiilHrr invii l.iN" i Mi' pal Brldfaton n, i ,11 their Off***) 1 Am.Hint of Bent (2 Duration and t litionp %  ] : Propoawl platu and repair* and r*tw uf Kxpin-liturc fl %  alUntsOal limate amount-; itacf re|i %  %  %  %  hip lie-t (jr ny offer l hhnaeU to accept T T Ifl'AKLEV. 1 : i %  \ Shephertl, rliseea H I Wm. F0GARTY Ltd. JiST OPENED THE GRANGE RUG 100"/.. MOHAIR PILE In ..I. .... and rch-lo..kins coloUM lh.1 arr n decorator'* ttf %  tH :i 12 inrhr* IK x 21 M x 27 0 U-M .or.. 0 *>*K 9 nt.is You


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FB1DAV. JAM'ARV li. 1.51 BAKBAHOS \ll\OC\TK PAGE SFVIS CLASSIFIED ADS.i !" 1 !" D TELtrHONE 2S0S HELP IN MEMOftlAM OfTM Who iU-iiirtl thil llfl .. %  I oh* did Mr M eternal rec Clldo"! Mi* Owen oalwi Furtr '••n(HUi iiili\> Em u v—rwood Hanulto. Porte. Gertrude M.'-TH. tV-i-...wood. Vn- Yearwood. roit s AJ.I AUTOMOTIVE Ifl HI 3 CAR — Renault Sedan In good working i**r. new Uaim*. Tyre m MSSanaaMM condition. M C. M Hum • Room III Plantation* Building Phone 4MS. MT UI.5I-Ir TRUCKS -Two Dodge Truck* 3* and an model in w.,1,1,,* „,drApplv: ll>e Mnn..i.. Rldfg Plantation. MM. 1SLSI -dr VRUK-FTTE I .... -der .1 bargain al kMO*" cotnrnxv OARA.;*tv.i MI* MASMKY-HAPIUH IX*I Tractor* 41 blip also will! atecl wheel1'i.qi.inr rorriiallt Invited OtmTaaSY ciARAiir BLBCmCAL LuHTHir iiANorrrK(*-Wiih looking dement., (ivw and ura.er BShAsel NM n— home builder., bunglnw. nnd (Ut, D,op In and tee them John F HIIUOII Ud Snephr< It LSI I '.m.i[r Noneill accept M i> wornf Wimiow n-nk Hall Hd Phone DN. ia i si 5.. RECEIVED: A •hlptfifnl of PetrolEleclrte Lighting and Charging plane '*-*! Volia amp. Price SIMM coir Co.. Ltd. 1)101—on. %  M and II I'l'lll.ll SALES CTIIJ. WAITUI F>t ripniftjnl French and alao Hf.d Wetter fm AUCTION Ma., I 1 t < r pl Wi Oni eaperw-wed aja n I Rw] pap-tamlaM PO M Mi. P.T*.-OI-SI W I III IIUNDER THE IVCWt HAMMER •_A__f MV,nWHa •*"•" %  (Torn IM Pndatr tawq lain'.1 Alteyne Arthur" % % %  m '"'V '*> """"I Royal Oarage ,CA PI P(-IV V W I* I 51 AuaUn Cai rStJ onlv dan. J,#00 mile. acclwMl Bat. „ t p „, VINCENT nBin mi MISCELLANEOUS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER INUIISDAY. January *•,„, — Mr ARTHUR C. BAYLEYS Sule RhyUtone, Hasllng* TIESDAV Jan-r, $mh.">r DEAN KLEVAN-S Sale. Brigade House. Garrison BRAKKER. TROTMAN & CO. Auctioneers. 19 I __si_|n. IPRlNOHAMTho .... Bprlngham. Whlta Park Road JT b f l moved. Appl. D V Co Ud. „,. EMPTY BLUE MO CARTON". Delivered Manufactuilng Co Ud < MWT St r onfv o LOST Black and white fo. terrier | an teen In Jerrmoft. Lama rnvwweia. Pindar plraar K leC.al. at Trraaun or Rim 44.020,000 LIVE IN BRITAIN LONDON. Jan .8 TluRec.-trar One. tve new aMimata of Britain'. total poavlation a* 44.020.001) Thinumber of women ** estimated .il L'LVtoCS.OOO ntul the number ,>f ii •.! M IIJVTJM Britain had its lowe• IVnt mortality t-te—24 rt.-aih* per 1.000— live births in the rJUrd %  luartcr of 1950. Ii (ompared with 27 deatliN acr 1.000 births m the r. S4rtvt I and r>biuar> 1WI. at 1 p m BOAlllES I'l^KTATtON %  ud ronlammf bi a> arte. a rood. S3 pnrh,about 18 acrai arc arab iad* up %  • follow* :.i raody liiipn-lion an application to M Kni|ht on Ina prrmiw. YCARWOOO ii Bovcc. %  IK %  %  WASWINO MACMIKF-Or MyOktt il" .n.ii drirr lf*t mi net ha rrplaead lo-dav Joatn P HiilMui I Id P n rdlhlll Cotton and *-.u, Dra* <• II hoUH a rtonr %  huh haa Oallary IMIIIIIB Room.. 3 Bcdruoxu Showar balh toarlhn af land Apulv In Maiannr I„ T1 IB LSI-In riJK>lTURE Ft'ltM-I' i PaintedI >i I'IKIi.iuii-isisno VVnili.Und. Sroil. Hai m wncr IVM.. ..itila.1 DtT.iiniSra D'Anv A Fl-BVITfRr H..lp*t Baard oflara Ihr f.illiiiiiii Nrw Mahogany (urnllura ninlnc rhair. Ii i-r pr Tub Chain S3B to par pa Cockti.il Table. 110 to Taa Imlle ID 00 Streamlined Morni chair* *.*: "o each. Vaniilo aN ata and •toon Nol (ortatllns a large naapilmeri of tacond hand furnltuia Call .il Ralph Br.tB' lurnlahlng .how room.. Ifi-idwo-Mi Allay Open Sam IO 4 p n. dally Cloaa Saturday 'naorn Phone ***:, IS I .la on THF undtrtim-d will act up tor aaw i-y public Compailtion at tnatr offlM Roabuck Rtraal. Brldarlown. an Friday tha Itth InaUnt at I p.m tVAsrroH With tha land thereto baloogtnf rontilninfl IB3I1 aqua re fact, llluaic at lip Rncfc. Cbrttl Church Tha dwalllnihouaa eomptlaaa thraa hadraona with lama bulll-ln cupboard.. apBclowa Wan, dining room, and modern kIMhaw. loaathar with two UWd toiiata and batha. Servant rooma and roparty command* a mas. LIVES lOCK COW One Graded Cuemaei Halter Calf lati d. ok). Mother *lvl 30 pt* ol milk -Ith aacond calf Apply t Mr*. I" I Ward. lower Bank Hall Croaa Road 1 ii— m COW Bull Prli 3.UT J 0 B IT.ll.SI 1 I %  MECHANICAL MISCELLANEOUS CAPS — Plait* %  %  Modern n %  ?' %  CapIt T". I41J1 niviNO coodiJEs En p) %  nimnimi u"( %  hroiiih your BoiKlea adm ro I (I'd mound >. nior.Nix For a eood tome alter tha Flu tr* It-. ..: Cod U\< cnfllv dlgciled and palatable piefurntlon. Price ! i">i KNIOHTa LTD THF RFXAtJ. CHF.MIST UPTONS TEA -The one and only U %  hat cominanda tha larfeat aala In, II vnrld aa rtatad on each parkaac an hi never been challencrd told I iroeera yer\.ier'1SLB1—S llWenl 1-r further partlculari. I i'"l CondlUoni of Bale, Apply ^l-rholla a. Co. Talephana "~ %  aaj | H a i si — PROPKBTT FOR SALS OR MM KKNDAL HILL Chrlat Churen • l; leavlns laland eoon. Two Bed %  cm. Dining Room. Drawing Room kilchen. Shop attached, enclosed Yard ar wire awaiting currant, a Rood. 3 Perchaa of Land. Apply M. D. C I. on premlar. in 11]on DMIRABLE Dwalllng hou-a called aUUEEZKIXY" aunding on approalnatalr 1 rood 10 parebaa of land at Maawell Coart Road. Chrlit Church ha houao conlalna open Verandah iwing room, Dining room. Ilreaklatt m. Kilchen. Thraa bedrooma with %  las room and running water, downatalra Ona large bedraoni and "iroom upatalnt Utual convenlencca dnwnttalra. Elactrlcily Ihrouihout Three lervanta' room and convrnlrncea i jard. Oarage for two cam Th* above ptope.t, wU | be aet up for aale by Public competition at oui Ofhce Jamea Street on Friday Ittl January IK1 al t p.BB. Iiupertlnn hv nppoiniment Dial IJlt VF.AP.WOOD Ai BOYCF. Solicitor' lX.lF law TWO ROODS OP LAND altuate al Hotharaal Turning. St Michael. In tho potaeaalon of ^ Mr SpilnS'r ni lacij-t irning. > till ha Tha i m bile competitio aaaai Sireal. Bndfeto* lie 19th January IBM CAIIRL\r.Td.. Soilcllor. U.IJ1 7" IM HI M VOIIIIS I NIVKRRITV COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES. CHAIR OF 8ITROERV APPtJCATlONa ara Invited lor ap polnlmcnl U< Ihe Cbalr of Surgery Tbl Proleaaor Will be head ol tha Depart men of Surgery and will be raapoiialblr (o degree* o/ tha University ol tendon an. for tha development of raaaarch. Ha aril alao i-e In charge of %  erally Colle %  II.i .. ..I bed. The PILLSReatl Kidney a Bladder Pill* it m.ld but effective liver atlmulant. rleanw nnd purify tha blood and are it mild but effective liver vHmolan' Prlc i n hot Obtalnab'e at Knight. i.td i" I '' -' %  p i-.,. Pr-HMANEMT neadlaa for your record player, and needlee of all kind* Price fl ag. Racorda of ail Mnda too. A I1ARNR. CO LTD ft 12JS-t-l.n. thould begin at aoon after lal July IKI %  %  *i.n be arranged Tha nalar< at a rlaed point In the range i.-i\MD per annum Superannt under FTISU arrangemenU Chi i "ii arc paid and alvi a triiiim of living allowiiit l.'nfurm.hr modallon la available at a rent : aalary. Appllcaliom nwelt ig ouillScaUont and Ihe i rafaraa* %  bauld be received before Februarr mil bv the Hat-retai < lie Committee on Higher Educatto< ha Colonu-a Um>er*ltv al Uiidon He Houae London WC1 K-. ROtXR RAZORS DM and forget your ahi KNifiiiTi nitrn STOKLS rag II. Ran >r trouble* It. I II-Ir SJEALJNC BANDS— ThcMfor I ..I your Time Saver Prcaaure • have arrived. Pleaaa aend ha IS lo be Riled. John F Huta..n Shapnard Street 1 %  tWRET RISCCITS~Wa carry a large buying eaatwhere. KMIOHT'S DRUG STORF_ %  I*' %  1TOCKINOS— Kay-er 11 gaua M'kan StocklnsaLovely m M.aa U.14 par pair Mndei Shoppe TAiti r< : I.THS Plan I Ugaaj T-" riottia—PratlT Patterna %  ") %  • %  >• each. The Modern Drew Shoppe TABUtTS—Da WHfa Antacid Tablet, ,.re new ran.edv fo, Indlgeatlon. Sour Stomarh. Heartburn. Dyapepal ONatltTC TICKrr-N.i % %  ia. 1 paeaec return tmr to N F Law High Strait or FTC Magazine RAUt AND COPY pei Mr ll.l... Holford. lV< i penaaa return lo Advocm IM III M \OIIMS 1.11,1 on LICENSE NOTICE ia application of Aleaander Hole ol bury SI John (..r pcrmlaaion to aaU II*. H.lt Uqur.iv At al a board ahlngle ->..,. ull.i-hed t-. re.id-...^ orner ol Wilror. Hill and Bclmont. Pa inu nih dav r J. H i.lilll 111! i u INJlCf MaglaUate N M-Thlappllcatlo 10 at a LlceiLaing Ol i art ImiM.i I A IIOVTE Applicant will be conaidirto he held al : en WMII..I..I O B. URIFriTII MII K : %  —npainy duly organiaed undo* tii. I "*.' w ,h T •"" %  h' Maav.lact ,. iil Merchanta. whoae trade or bunor the regiHranon of tr.de -" r" n of Roglatar m roaa milk oad dairy piodut nrr ..I J.nn.r. '•Ol. unlaaa aoma pee-on aha|| Ul the rneanUme gtva m>li>e < dupln ate I > ma al my office ol oppoailton ol He regUlrallnn The irade aaaab ... . %  een on appliratum i day i M m, office Jj-iuai. tS|l Wli I.1A\.* neg>r.rjr ol Tr.ulr Murlr. __ IS.LM I-. TAKE NOTICE FARM BRAND That K V FABR1EK VAN Mil.K PaODVCrBI DER VaaWaWUHM 7\ n-FTJirREIDa-RSl. a limited nabiiifCompany duly organ land under Ihe bawS of lha Mather landManufacture! > and Merchanta wheee trade or buaim. i* la II Peraoonutam BoHerdi Nethorlandai haa applied SS Archangaloa. II. Oolombic Herula. SS Capl-in Jeh. Opal II London M.nn.. %  v SS Fraitcatlore. II J^oapactoi SS PreUdani Dutra V %  I— DISHER DISHES THE POLITICIANS IX)NIV0N -way Irom whal In il-Srtk-r-Ot I 'iilii-li I.IIK: f Disher has bought 8.000 acres |t lliiliih Hondurag and plana U %  tart it boatinu. wi.raminc anu (IshinB "paratii-. iitong ofTeretl lo no wit him wilhin two days of hi* appr.r for -men who are no! bossed b\ women and who don't have I wear wool next to their I Hliah Company, trading a* Manulaclur. ig Chrmiiti. v. riaj e trade or butSneaa Jilreea la Dagonham. haae> katguud. ti.n applied for the reglatration of a trade Pelt "A ol Regiatei In reaprcl d 11. valid. li.iid.giii. lor killing to icguter lha me after from lha istn da* ot il laaaSfS aim' pea on ahaii time (nr notice In duplicate reglatrataon The trade mark can oe rn on appllcabon al mv ot^rv Dated thi. ifth day of January. ISM. H W1IA.1AM-. Regi.trar of Trade Mark* III.II 3n lart .ubtlancai. infanla" at loud*, pi utter.. malarial foi malarial for 'topping teeth. %  Hi fee taut*: preparation* TAKE NOTICE Thai MAY Si BAKBR IJMITKO. .. pntl^i ( %  ..nipany. loading aa Manulaclur' la. whn r Irade or buaJnaaa Dagmlum. Eaara. England i... reSSSI MMgaBgR .1 auch regialration The Irade mark an bo aaen on application al my oflao Dated thi 17th oiv ,.( January. 1*5.1 H WILLIAMS. Regi.r.r *•] Ti vlMarht II LSI In TAKE NOTICE ZEPHROL Thai MAY A BAKER 1JM|T4> %  MUM. Company. IradUtg a, Manula, luring cnrmiti*. whoae trade ur bit lnr<* rddreaa i* Dagenham SSuea Knciami Mi applied for the regi.tmti %  of a Ira Seari ter in roapa. I %  tC...ir*ee-.o. •rvfi ta Alcoa P.rliiet a %  *. latbin.n BJ MoimacteiSSLa CWrbreatfo %  S Boakonp 18 P.irtner. IS. 1-Uloaa, ^ S l-ampanu. S ft Alf Ij'ideberg. SS. N.rae Mounialn. SS Brrmnov. SS Argeotaii r the vfc.nu:> jt St. CU live minimum qualific-'ir.n (t.i OattaaWat* 3 Application* must be suh.ntlled on M I tF.3i (b) for men and E 3i ] which may be obtained I from the Department of Education but '.imll-lates who have already submitted one of lb8M ftrr • In tpscl i ;i letter acconii-niiirti b) ;i recent leitirnonial 4 Any teacher who applic... the al? of anobier tUM inform hi< or her tresent Cl.tirriun of Managers and ihe Hf.id Teacher of any application for lUCn a irantfet J All applications must be onclffaM m envelipes marked BoafaT" In the top lef. h..;, c.rner and must reach thr I)> tmrtmt-nl of Education l>^ Saint.', v STlh .lutnisry, 19S1 I misry. IBfil 19 I .51—Jp SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. "i Amsterdam and Dover 'ire' 9th (4h. January IM' SI t-„iiH>a-li.d trd February ISSI •tailing from Antwerp and AmiterSaai M S "Urameelad gth. IMh I H tiitltra' Mth imilad Paaaanger AccoaruwedaUoi llebla* P MUSSON, SON CO LTD. Agent and Aruba PatIt \> 1 WnOOMMl OWN ERA AHSOCftYtO* im Tel madia ii National Shaiusliips ... Sat h-r-ta .aterlru %  '-1 alii' a*, plotter*, malarial for bandaging lerlal for .topping leeth. d'ryai wa> nlactanta preparation* for klllie^ .1* and dratroMug vermin, and will •ni I tied lo regular Ihe earn*aft*. month from the llth da> M the meantime give i.ie ai my office H rrgialration The %  ran on appliratior lice In duplicate i> de mark can br.f January, IMI K WILLIAMS, of Tr-dr Maik11 I SI ?. TAKE NOTICE ANTHISAN FOIt MMM | Ei.au i. I rill Bun ..I phai i Pmtt "A" I. >l, i .. t.,i.: i I Reg liter for and wu lie **..%  alfa-i IMh da> .. ywadjj ,„,d aMraylng > ie iniit'eu i i. in i in., u.. from l.x ..itiaiv laol unleaa nane par on an.iu i Ihe meantime give notice in duplicate II ' .'I m office nf opposition ol auCn eaMlratton The irade mark can oe • on on iippllrauon at my (.five Dated tin l?th d*v of January, IMI II. WIL1JAMS. Reg t ti ar of tiade Mark* is i.st -m .That MAY A UAKE1I Rritl.h Cnmpanv. tradlnaj aa M l-g Ch. Ul • NEW ad Rrneweil Bedatewoa, • '. .. ma. Ilreaalng Table. > lo SM Wardrobe*. Unen pre— DINtNi IIIIMI n Sideboard.. I lb) -t l..lile. In man,. -Ire. Chair. Couehe* Rockeni. Arm llnim...i.i .. .1 I -. ii.n %  M | Ml i IM MornSpring and s, L. S. WILSON Trsfalgsr Ktreet — Dial fS'i -i. HI of Trade Mi .' Pal ... ,n, rornoul apa) "uit iieaa i I,. i i.i. i—an., gallerle*. I geiagea elc HulUble Mther lor continued -a .,. private reeadnnce or a* a i r.t*i.llrg Ivuuaa tHiENAHA M W I A l—.it.lul I .1 well Sound %  miuli t hume foasalnlng I -.•dnio.. S na.1 • verandah. I bathroom. .i %  ilineg. II mder pe.turr aid geiden M annul ESOO i1. ana Full p.rllrula— • %  rrot a garage. I : ..in. ... a MBUM •-""" 1 •' '" lint. F..II %  FOR RENT .li... BHH.II I. n.iw K...I I I-..O^..I i imMtM RIAL *TATa AGENT AiitmoNrr* !•• .SIATIOM* BDILDntQ Phnnr 4840 • INSOUMB v,, Bella Montreal . %  ...>• l:..i.M ADV HODNKY i) Ja> IS Jan SS Jan 3S Jan i. 1 .n II Sell IJ Fek %  AN CHAt l BNOm IS Fa. SS Fab SI r.b S Mar I Mar 11 M ia M-i *I>V NELBOt. %  IS Mai %  1 Mai ss ... ii Ma' %  \N I'll.I.I JEM1KR .il\ I:I.|IM'. %  3 Ap. II Apr IS Aa11. AP. 1 i A;.i :; A,.. 31 Apa "UNUOHNS JB. Arrive. Rarbada Ho* ton SI John Halilat km aopmr 10 Pel II Fab 31 Fab 11 Tel* ADY NSLSON SI Fc tt Pel I Mar %  Mar 'ADY RODNBY IT Ala IS M II Ap, 1 Apr ADV NFIAON 13 A.i II AS' SS Apt 34 Apr AUV NODNBY' IS Ma II Mat 31 Mu 2 May All tcoel* fitted with cold -tor age chgrru tier. Pai.engei w*SS and fretgh """' •pin-at Ion a GARDINER AUSTIN S CO. LTD A gaals. PASSAGES TO EUROPE COfltaal Antilles Proiiucts, Limited. Roseau. Dominl.. for salliiig to Europe. The usual poris of rail art Dublin. London, or Rotterdam. Single fare JI70; usual reductions for children. 'll-:. CLE. TllAi%?-ATLa%.WTIVi:K (Franck Lina) ss < OI.OMHIK Sailing to Trinidad. I* (iualra. Curacao, I'artagriia iiml Jamaica on January 18th. IMI. S I COIOMIIIK Sailing lo J'hmuuth and l-e Havre Ml Martinique and Cuiidcitiupe OB Januarj' 5**th. 11*51. iS aABCOONE Sailing lo Grenada, Timidad. BrlUuh (.ulana and Fninh (Iniana on February 8th. IMI SS. (lASCOCNE Sulllng lo I'lyinoulh and lef Havre via 8L Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe iPolnte a Pitre a BasM-'-Tsrrai and An'igua on February ITh, 1091. R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. Sr !• YOURSF.I.F AS OTHERS SEK YOU. We Can Supply . MIHHOII ..IASS In All fttte* ran twnmsM EMPOHWM CtNTRAL FOUNDRY LTD — rHOFWrTORS (nr of Broad at Tudsr HkreeU Slv Cnllaare i DM a tii. M %  i 1* XISDO Ihe pouil nil* Nand no rmnnthtt Kntghf. mg you e ^ needed I MVKRSITV l til 1.1 (.1 OF THE WEST INDUS. SFNIOK in it itiMiir IN MI mi'i M: APJ'IJCATIONB are melted far UM ,-t M Senior laelurer In Medlctnc Thj d II lie* will inch.de •uKUnrr lo the Profeaarn of MedKlne In teaching atudrnta for Ihe medical degree, of lha M lndon. ihe cara of pane' i. in Ihe Univerell HagMtal Mid raaearrh I ol Medicine The aalai a S-Slftll per BMM ot entry In lha aeole ia omerminea nialirVcatlon. and aaperlance CT allowance I* paid and alao a tampon coal of living auowanM. SupcrannuaUon i* under FSSU aarangfernenta V fianilihed acaommod-lk.n b available a rent of S-l of baaW MUry. Tha % % %  ccMful applicant will be en pec ted to lake up tha i-..t during aWp-tambar Anpl*ratmiiwelye cofWea giving parucuUr* of quaUacMiana and F* of Ihree referee*. should ived before llth February ISSI Secretary. Senate Commit tea Higher PduCMIon In the Colon to-. Senate' ie t nner.ilv af I^andan. LondTAKE NOTICE Columbia Fvft RENT HOUSES IH\n.\IJ>W--Newlv tmili Uungaaou m good re-tdentlel area .itualed r*ai ihe hotel*, but off Ihe main road In "atting. containing S bedroom. 3 re i-nce. includlnr; walk In and built m prataaa and cuplmarda Wall I ay ad otr B .,denv Apply to J. K. C o J*-^ VI-V1LLA at St LawTence Gap the Church It conalat. of Open Verandah Drawing and Dining Room*. 3 Bed Water-Iotlet and Bath. Vacant Apply to D Arcy A SeoU l#/ f*'#1 **• % %  in th+ •^ts*a^ora•'•*" tor b*>tt*-r r4*\u£t* %  ari That COLUMBIA REC'IRDS INC a t-.rputation organired and eanm Ihe law. f lha State i.l pelaware. Ui.irO stale* of A main a. Manufacture! Hade or bn.inoM addie t* TSt Seventh Avenue. New York II. State ul R. United Stale* of America, haa applied lor lha raB.lialu.n M • trade mail "A nf Re.tter in npipert .,1 phonoSrafh nr talking machine-, panand acaeaaoi lea Iheialor namely, record bruaho repeaie... .eedW* or at>n. record envewpa* record album*, needle cup* and top mechanlam* and record* men*tor arid will be entitled to regl.Ur Ihe aame after ona monlh frun the IMh d.v pf Januarv IHI lapta arama por*-'. -hall In tlte meantime glvr nonce in dupiipgte lo me at mv The trde mark c*i be ecei. %  -. .n.puaKof eopoMtnm of aueb regknratMui •I H WII.L1AM~ Iti-gmrar ..I Trade Mark*. II I SI -, TAKE NOTICE c OLMi4 IMVFRSITY COLLEGE. OF THE WEST INDIES. SENIOR I FCTIRESHIP IN CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY AI'PIJCATK*rS are lntite.1 for UM port of Senior Lecturer in the Depart n.ent nf Path*>log> Tha dutla. of |j, poet will Include chemical pathological work in tha Unive.Uly College Howait.il and Inatructlon in chemical pathology o•tudenta wnrking for tha medical degree. nf Ilia L'niVeeMty of lndon The *aUi't erale li EIJSM) a So—SlSfai per annum and Ihe po.nl of entr In Ihe acale I. (Selermlned b* q.ialllnatlona and akperlence Chlkl allowance i. paid anJ alao a lemnorar> rott of living allowanee FuperaruuiatUKi i. anataff PaSSI' arranaa. 1 unlahed a cc ei m odatton %  • vailabla M a rent ol S't of bauc *alarv The lurcaaafut applirant will be aapacted to take up lha poat during June IMI Applaration* .twelve roptea. giving full parUeiilar* ot qualification* and the raanea of Uuea refer* aa. aftould bo received Befare IStb Fab-..ar. ISSI Thai COIfMRt* RF,CS INC. lha law%  1 Ihe Stale of Tela Mai trade nr ... Mggg addrwa* i. • levenlh / venue. New Ie of New Yoat United S ale. of Ameora h applied >r the regi of a trade mark Part A ol Regi.tr. M reap -I of radio ranamittlng *e' end part lantM i .,i. fteai.e..mpiileea. Mud *pe key*, deter lor. ampliha • %  miltir %  and rnlilMi No. 48 SWAN STREET OlT.-rv HI wrilinwf "ill lh .-. ,M i bj lh* .,...|.rM-iif.l tinI'lihl,.Trim al lbs Pnblli rliiiidinRa, Brid^rtown, not laler ihuii IS noon on Thursday, ?.5lh January. 1961. for Hi.r-iiiHl r>rsaafa-ol No I I'"" 1 "' 1 "" 11 as from I.i Manli. IBW A|il.|i"IIMl~ lll-illlVlli.l i i If HI aaHaif OtViTh. iate ContmiSMe o< tha Co.lon.ea SanaK Higher EUuealMn 1 %  London aabSM 1-iU.er parUroUr. mar be obtamad IS 1 Il-ln and ami i.. Iheoitati gr.a leak*, grid rondanaeo indurlanae and co-iplittg roi Variable corateniera. wtaulator*. i rvetai deteclora and moi..i(mgan! •nenl. antennae protrctort. loop antennae telephone plug< and jack* and elec BWlprhe* and will bt entitled In resile, the aaano after one month fro.the ay of Januatvr. ISSI. unlee* anme par.r. ltiall in lha meantima give n-.ti Supllrate tu me al mv olBce of oppoaili.Ml ol auch regi.tralion The irade i al my otfece f January. ISSI II WILLIAM' Rraittrar af Trade Mai Dated IBM 17th da. TAKE NOTICE MASTERW0 RKS led Klair %  of Bagl.le ... aa* aCnnoarraph ra*J*srdVand" roeord blank-, ami will b* rrdlUed to regiMrr the .,me after u>u> motiUt from Ihe Itth day of January. ISSI unkraw>me panon inall It r mit.tr .n d plicate to me a' mv efBaa oSppgaaltky of •ucn iegi*trat.en the '-ade mark ran So MS*, an apphratlon i I itth ltd nf Jar. -a-v. ISSI II WILI Regi—a. of Trade Mark* i 1 | Amount of lle-igt offeTsjtf (2 ll'irntioii iiml IMIIMI'IOII-. "i (8 rVipoaed pi %  IMBC FOI ,I it'-nil mii.. nfaiira HUJ rail **• %  h '•itimate amount* ..I i:\ji.ii.liture Auv i.tlitiul. ... i I. i,. l-ahllf Trim ihhlRlies? ur my ottet blrnaeU iu accapi i i HVADt-BY, PllbUc TrtketarC and I P \ Sii<-|.h-i.l Wm. FOGARTY Ltd. JiST OPENED THE GRANGE RUG 100% MOHAIR PILE In ululn and rkh-lonkiii-; colour* thai are :i iifi'i.riii"! % %  joy I -,,,.:i(l x 12 inches ,i $3.49 aach 4K x 24 W S19.K> M x 27 # 911.9a .. Yon IBII now jjel Ihe RUC. you've been needing— %  ....i KUK lo Iramlorm your LIVING ROOM. DININC; ROOM, BEDROOM Gel il now from Wm. FOGARTY Ltd. t



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JANUARY It, MM FOR LASTING QUALITY & SHADES INSIST ON BRAND READY MIXED PAINTS AN I. C. I. PRODUCT A. S. BRYDEN & SONS '.',V>',*,V,V,'/)< vsr.'sssn:;',*. THE ADVOCATE HAS THE BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!! Among some opened yesterday are . CRICKET CAMPAIGNS ll> \OHM %.\ WHIM IV THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY By II Vlllllll li: VMIfMtlMIK ADVOCATE STATIONERY ** *'*'*'*^* i''**



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, IAMVAH i. 1951 Qtoub Callinq B.i M C 'APT WILLIAM LAMI.ERT former PHvata Secretary tc Jin Excellency the Governor was among live passenger', leaving b> ih* Golfita on Thursday after not n. H#! %  n route to the I' K Carfo Supervisor C APT. J. MAtlMXH i:e i the Cargo Suparvison of Saguenay Termlnai. l.id. Rg> llonert at McKerule B.C., arrived on B.W I. A 'a B G. Hltf day afternoon. Here on a short viiit he is staving at the Hotel Royal. "Laad Sailors" T HE 1M1 yachting season bi gins this afternoon Bwrtl) after two o'clock >dchting lam will gather on the pier of uV Aquatic Club and on the Yacht Club beach lo watch the regotta TH1 i one of th* portrait agates** Just as in driving a car. there f Mr-, da Knh' hosband which ire "bacst seat" drivers; in yachtPBinWd tor her forthcoming exhtbi ing there are the "Land SailwV Uon who discuss and criticise the Forthcoming Exhibition L l "'""iigJ lactics from the shore -gjjjHAT stnk.es me most about what not. any old thing ilt Some follow the races more closeW ^ forthcoming eshibUiQl. ""n#r jacket, white jacket oprr. ly by using binoculars. Even on oI Fcl^ Kuh %  \%* w £? !" .' n k shirt, anything On... k In Barbados %  WIN HLTCHINGS ol aajga] House" St Jm ho gag ueen in England since August. 1950 returned by t. %  ..Umble on Thursday. With Royal B.nk \/Mii gad Mrs. Derail Davftas Ml iVjior T:..ti ia B tg-e Gegflt-> % %  Kaglanc Mr nanias is with inc >n1 Ilantt of Canada here B.G. Bird* L 1M T-COLONEl. H U Da'm ,i memoer of la* Egv. uva 4 *ha West iridsa Comrggitroar.-lv preassrterl the Cc imit%  % %  Ih three cagag .! ^.saTed and ountrd birds from British Gui%  M They had been collected n> g late Sir Henry KaU Davscti Free Drwgg rtl /"^AIUB hag Biade his mans, tap to !" \~J go to the HcvfcLey CM do at the Crane to-nafht la gssU .< te tall stars*, goaag the nmnds about what lo wear and the beach hting fans I RsaJ "-he Esplanade and along Bay Street, ya> Bather to see the race 4 Bar Exam. W Reecedaughte Audrey came third in Con tract and Tort and seoond Properly in the li |aj | She recently became to a Law Student in bond Short Visit R ES'. W READ. Secretary of -he General Conference of Seventh DJV Adventtftstationed In Washington. h arrived from B.G vcslorda;. afternoon by B.W.i.A. He leaves on Wednesday for Panan Trinidad .old and you wont feel out in M Special For The Coma paintings and pencil sketches, is the great variety of stvlc in her work. Some of it. like the Wallace collection which ion show _^ .gain this >e.,. Is to the finest deT^ ^"^ "<**• *• J** u lad. Others are dune in a more House of Cotnmoi... whicj, Bj broad style, depending on how the *>' betow Thaasas high-waU-r j'ifsentt itseir li.vel. baa an asphalt tanking strife. ssMaus ihe exhibition opens at the de lure specially aoapSsd to an.-i engage.! Kuh's fl,.t in "The Pavilion". Hastwater leva* coadiUoni. The work ings. on Januar> 23rd. was earned out by the Lrnmci The trees in Barbadas are go ?nd Trinidad Lakr Asphalt Com* interesting that she has made a i-gav Limited great study of them Her paintings of trees arc full of c< Inch she sees when light __ -omblne. reflecting several %  lours. In her street scenes & well she rinds a variety of colWest ladies left for England u* u> our in the walls of buildings. Thursday afiem^-i. b> '.!*• Geiftle 'fuch give her pictures added life They have visited TruM.lad. Toba BRITAIN MAY SOON BE WALKING ON OIL! ir'rnsn Oar Lssaaau CorresfMtndeBl) One everyday requisifr whicr Ml risen steeply, although unavoidably, in priC* sin(. y:> ...n da>*s Is shoe leather. Since this price is K 0 "* 1 ""^ U >' '"^ c vX o' ,m ported hides—still becoming dearerit is easy lo understand why housewives ha\r sometimes -.huddered at prices shoe manufacturers and n-pairapi ban-e been obliged to aafc And il is equally easy to underIS&BJ as poroaitv. flesil.UK *iand the interest being shown by ease of manufacture, have been the boot and shoe Industry in an systems*call., developed An" innovation which ssaa now bee., tfug dev-elopmcnt has been an mad^poasible m Britain u %  ,,, out while keeping dasjm tl ,\^ZHL1. 1 na "^ substi. cost of the subsutulc product to .dte materials, r „ 0,4^,. thl( „, tnP ^t^t leuah. as solr for footwear o: aM %  atato types This alternative 10 esjjen :\ Tnat being so. it might be conleather has been wideH. „ciot.%e*i 1 Kicreel surprMing that •O'l of all (he UAA sance IMO To-^aj footwear made in Britain lo-d-> %  Isaaot m% of the 0 sniluon pair. u still leather soled But ther. of shoes manufarUirsM in Amesit %  gaad reason Until now ua's f a e h a r ies annually gf rtritisr boot and shoe masuila.Miled with suaatilus* isMsruU lurer* ha\T not enjoyed any doIn the chaaga r Unas. th rneatic source of the type of synuar af aweh a whsOSMSa i w aapeutheti. substitule oetng used by miemporaries In the Nor coukl tlasse raw be imported owing to neon of conserving dollars Howies awrtag SSse rereaat war. wfte* ^ vwri u^. w iftly oeveloomg B1.1! .-owes* sstasag lo the US arm.-^.-,, pBSj^oum-chemscaU industry foross had assrfarrr to ssake as b'^rVsuliing rrt^n the expansaon o east oil reflnerse* w rapidly chang •ng the picture Already one leading firm B.B.C. Radio Programme TI iMt JABTaar a. sssi • The News. 10 u.w We"' Asalswa, lllam rratn th* BallUirlal* I a m Procramm* ParaS*. 1SB %  -* r,i ih* TMrS ppocramm*. • a.sa. FSSM U WMtar P~-. as* a • TaSi •• Muuc. • . 7 p m Th* Ns-a/a. T p m H*— An.l.ii.. tllpm B*h,d Ih* Nf—. 1 4S HIT Sandi isaePharaan at in* Thnii* OrBfei. %  !•' %  R*lo N*ar**l. a IS pn> Caanpjan Ol Ih* w**. I SO p In Badlo Thaalr*. SM p m Km from Ih* Bail*'. 10 pm Th* N*.. 10 10 pa fr**n th* Banacuila, 10 IS p m AnjtMna U> D*ra*. l*S pi. Veun ranhnill*. 11 P m Your !*ona Paraa* uw m s-aesi aaiiaianii a -aspeci ineti ally aaaw l ar Ifaae east of let. u** crsTssssasi's a hia i tar 1 n asis l have is leather become correspofidin.o aasy This should be wekonic news for nthers besides manulturars, and make budaetlng for expenses over shoe repairs and replaessssants much easleT lot housewives with whom every counts Irish Cotif4e gad Mrs. J Corbslli, u, Irish couple who have bee .ponding their honeymoon in th M Government An.lyit B.G U 7 M .? <• wvcr.l picium of ,!, urn aubdiii dunui wu su: M rlllnh ThiU. ^n-iaS'aSr'S" • !" r in tad %  .—.. Ar,-]...i m in •" % %  ue. nu iiincvrni %  ernes Of ^%  ., ouiium n-lurncd to B.G ynter Knooncrs in th Thursday im.nuni oy the S S pave District Ensmeo. Public Works Department He wan ,., W it h relative here. First Attempt E DJUC MALCOLM ROBEKTS who comes from Anti R ua ha^ now joined a School of Art In aurrey for the purpose of sludvfaj potter, This course coyeT,',, period of one year and the cost u jointly borne by the British Council and the Government of Aiiti•ua. Edric, m year, old has never attempted |-.uct fore. Back to Trinidad lyfRS HAROLD HARRIS „, £ %  Trinidad who come up for the Christmas holidays, returned 'he ,.. !^Z L*" JV*" iS" !" %  %  % %  %  %  '"" spendint tn. BG ?JJ^1kches oT^" T a ^-\ Chtlsona. holiday, with her rs*a tr. n'o'sksS^R,,, ?L"';,.S frit, -v.. She w .oroynr-nien b, he, nusband. But the portrait 1 Uki neat is the one of Mr John deckles She has caught Mr Heckles with that mischievous ' w n %  %  parenta returned td II.G jestorday aftern.tori b' I' U I A Tony i Hank in Georgelo Mr Norman RobLn-on who Wtta Barclays Bank in Gn-nedu Ihirbuo n B.C. rt.flr.alb viih Sill's Timber Electrical Etifineer M R DAVin AROFN urri fr fron II W.I.A returned there on Thursday after pending i. hohday with his with her husband's retatSS^ '"""^ Culloden Road -_ ,, Accompanying her was Mrs intranilt Chelwynne Ham. who has gone |Vf R c W. B. OEANJE, Chief over for aarfidaswi,t will be *"*AcuiiUnt of Ihe Fosl Olli.remalnlng for Cnrnivai. "> British Guiunu. was iiitrai~.it On W.l. Cruise trom ^'K' 1 "" 1 > aag t'eiasniM* AMONG the passengers leaving V/' fi T,!' Ur a "-L '"" ^ i ^, ; A .he <*to*le Thursda.* JS? Offlt-e Are3 ancv' "'^ " vening for the West Indies crulsv Accountancy wenMiss l-.i Bullen und MsBl Inj Pickering of Cheapslde. Here fo B G yesterday by to spend a holiday David has been living for two years. He : from Kim. England. • two weeks he Is sta? uig at Cacrabank. David ia a i :igsneer with Ihe Demerara Elc trie Co.. in Georgetown With Alston's J{. iind MRS. FRANK LOBO who have been holidaying in Barbados for Just over .1 nonth, staying with Mr. Lobos nnther in Hastings, returned t > •stcrday afternoon by M l! School Maater from Trissidad A FTEIt spending Ihe Christmas .. hDlld i 0 B "" Bsrtisa-jlos Mr. nd Mrs. E. C. R Blacked returned to Trinidad on Thursday evening by the French SS_ I olombie Mr. Blackett J" 1 "*""! Master of the Technical school in San Fernando begs to %  *y goodbye to his many friends and to thank them Tor the cordial reception given himself nd hi wife. During their month'-, holiday 11 Barbados Mr and Mr1)1.,,-k.-n were guests of Mr and M Owen Smith uf Fontahelle Wat Indian Sprinter AlNM the n._lra 1u.11 p.. lidad Iron) s s Mrs lers for Tn. tiigland on Thursday t'olamble ware Mr and J R. N. Cumberbateh Mr Cumberbateh who spent months holiday is a promiivent et Indian Sprinter who look pan in the last Olympic garnet in Australia. Radio Technician-Curacao M R. CHRIS PHILLIPS wh> was I n Barbados for t h e pan month spending a holiday with his parents Mr and .Mrs H;., Phillips of Government Hill, returned to Curs Thursday evening by the French 8.8. Cete-able Mr Phillips I* a radio technician employed with Radio Holland. Plans to Return A NOTHER Venezuelan vmtoi %  Ca. who is charmed with Barbados and plans to return as soon as possible is Mr Gonzalez Bo*cn o' Caracas. Mr. Bogen who was accompanied by his wife, spent 10 days here as a guest of the Crani IItel. It was his first visit to Barbados. Mr Bogen is an Adviser In Economics to business firms In t'nrscas Charles The Second Trinidad C HARLES MILLS. Colonial W.I.A. Office Unison officer for West TnP >' ** !" aeco n tpa n ied bj Indian students, was unusuallv (heir two sons, Richard and Evm happy last week His wife had RIU their daughter Marilyn, just presented hkm with a son Mr Lobo Is with the Shippinii who is to he named Charles Department of Messrs. Alston'* "Mother and son are doing well, Ltd Their bt*l visit to Barbados !>%  Charles senjor. was two years ago. HAIIN \M i; and llAlllllll I IN THE MIA WKSTERN STYLE ..t th,0 CRANE HOTEL T0M0KK0H Ml.lll COSTUMES OITIONAL N* We'll gc the Sheriff I And take his gun, W.--H lock him up J And all have fun! I Want Something Nice? AKKICAN PBINTS g 4c.. 3c. aaj Vd. j I MIIUi HDi.i;i 11 ANGLAISE In Waite, Pink. Lemon and Aqua al ISM |.i V*. j ('lil.rI DE CHINE $ 1.29 per Yd. ] CREPE KUMAINE in lovely colours M.'O par Vd. | PLAIN & PRINTED SPTJNS %  an rrad.v-to-wrar BEACH WEAK DRESSES. SLACKS. SKIRTS & BLOUSES ^he Broadway oOress Shoppc No 1 BROAD SriKT a IN SIZES 40-50 "Excelsior" Brassieres DeepFitting $1" Also: Vests, panties, nighties & Bras in Rayon and Nylon j PILLOWS | i $2.87 EVANS & WHITFIEiDS"""' Lovely FELT HATS for Ladies" Reduced to $1.80 $J44 Your Shoe Stores %  %  of l aO o tw*. leather Sance ttseci. the vatSraai petiv. Icuta baaed alkrrnaXive male* ... ha\w been radteaU? nsEard lo all-round saitabilit.v Do sdas dur-rtiln%  ggajj at isse new.-type **Tithe. tolas are claisaed to last *HgJ tisnes as : atSTBl shoe rnanolaeturers nas reach-^ 1 an agteetnent lor suppliet. of s new-t.pe substitute material. • %  ga the \oluBie of b>-produet 4 rrom the reflriertes and asftrt-leum-eajenucal plants continue tu m *ll ao mil productaor Of SUI-sbkr new ssseatitutes for absM Rupert and the Sketch Book-14 wood* going jnywijr." Thty a-xa and ittsr th loong •iC SeaBhg hew puaid Caatub< GtOSflw HK u. g U p, f: p^aa aja> ,h pjfasal aas gM awarla cRipr* boi 1) taasae aw al ikost und *.i :. .K. m ha* hid %  wondiMy ,'R 0 prn. t must ao afrer htr. M appaiiu. but rhjii ao reaaa:: But I cn*i like all rlMst things •hf she should run m| when WM ailh n*. Will n be ut* to asavt % %  *•' ra." daclaT-ti Constib> rncm hen' urpna* rlatf* is no as M, aW'i hrtb sui she -eodtr when, sW s 1 m no uas af hsr.H b.i .-. ran ."B 1 must SO if"*r hr. |g kc all ""' "*• BB 11 bo as 10 )m* %  l'l..\/.\-BBlIDIitTew.\ (DM1 2310; Sh,.,.in H IO-II II IS„l,ir m w FOREST I WT H R 0M lal_KirC VIOORj I it'll, tfill nsit CLUB MORGAN rW mod Bvwtiful Night Club from Miami to Rio with a world-wide reputation for good food Munc, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Listen to the Club Morgan Hit Parade to-night on Radio Distribution at 8.15 FOR YOUR CROP REQUIREMENTS CANE BILLS CUTLASSES SHOVELS WOVE WIRE—BRASS Si GALVA.VJSKP BASS BROOMS WIRE BRUSHES SEWING TWINE STENCIL INK OIL CANS L THE IIAKHAIIOS MMII-IIMIIVI corraiv FACTORY LTD. cioiiwono il aiaaa, i. • nastti m roi %  a.on amuae • | SW OStJlaaaj SSSWaSBS %  !> %  %  Kporo** |4| % %  MBSSI ,r Desstt sooa %  %  .m* lil 14 without 1.4IK. iiiimi ivaaur a**,n G I. O TO-DAY 5 A ft SO FM. M.G.U's -TO mMMA/m i i.ntv CLARK GABLE — BARBARA STANWYCK AQUATIC CUJggfCgtllUlA IM.nvb.fs Only) nin.Dmrs MATINTT Thiisajrain. UTOsslM> MATINSa. lO-D.'.v %  a a ra TO-NIGHT jnd TO-MOSLHUH MO>'l al • S Wall BBJaajaaati ^ Jun and Jancy JAM in l--kni<-alar Fi-ai inni riX.AH HI:i'(.N ttlN.Ml Siinnf (. HAK1 II*. Mi-4'Al.TilV MUBTIMKM SNSIIU l.l'ANA I'ATTgN DONA I II IH'CK WirKgV MOIXI-JIWINV CBJ{ Kl Aa IK* Bal* PSrlara msuii s ni.im MI.II< ,n SIATtB.il lirsSAV al a m CAflV GRANT BBTSV tiBAKF. "SotAif S&f Should is 17Zcwu£d" PLAZA Themtr*— Bridgetown (DIAL 2310) I SJO and ConUnuin* iTUSSDAVi 4.4A anil ARNSK BROS NIW THIIMTH :PH rcrTTON HITII HI>MA\ Siri'.ND Ian I -r aVKIAL MATIN-aat TO.OAV IB1 S am J.IU I'M |Mi> nilan AHBBB.SV Vl.lnr M.-IAntaWN .n CAI-TAIK Hit and VKIor MATt'lU; AUn I AIM) In CAFTAIK l-At-TMIN A MONOGRAM BIG ACT I OH HIT: PLAZA Theatre — OISTIN TO-DAY and TO-MO Wamt' Si**-.*l Double I InSMtl BFRGMAN Joa*pli ('f)TTN -I NDBB CAPBSOOBN Coin. In TECHNICOLOR & UlTfc roHAN Th iv i>.iuaa duubl? lil < %  ]ob in band. <) %  hrowtnt '.Da *J0'irsioaii avu.a u*u a 7. Tarn OUB • • n(CT. (Si ds>. wiui wkM Bseas IJIAIETY — {TH£ GARDEN) ST. JAMES ITS BIO ITS HENSATIONA1 PU-U ACTIOK RKO Radio piwenU TO-DAY and SUNDAY SB) p.m MAT SundaI „ • "TUT MIGHTV JOE YOUNG" — a/lth TXMRY MOORE-REN JOHNSON ROBERT AHMSTRONC You may bioufil. Da ln Win* .. I ..i. are alllr D* rspui HAPDsnlog. (6) Oould have been n-. is* Br.rly two WltD meat. r iM'jfUin I I W\ AbOfiar U T'loMaa tern J CASUABINA CLUB Good Food Sea Bathing Well -locked bar open 24 hours per day DANCING Double Bedrooms. Excellent Board for Resident Guests Rpiisonable Rates Apply \-i viav \ CLUB St. Lawrence BUSINESS OR PLEASURE FLY ANNUAL VALENTINE DANCE organized by THE WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage at THE MARINE HOTEL SATURDAY NIGHT. FEBRUARY IflTH in aid u! LOCAL CHARITIES. Bridge Games Flower Shop Valenlinr Post Office Palmistry etc. etc. TICKETS $1.00 BWIA To TRINIDAD Sinele I J2. Relnra s S7.I0 I DAILY FLIGHTS CARACAS Simile $ K.WI RoHara $172*) FRKqUENT FLIGHTS ST. LUCIA Single .$ lS.ull Return $ 3U> FREQUENT FLIGHTS MARTINIQUE Single f 27.00 Return J 4K.SH FREQUENT FLIGHT S JAMAICA Single fltO.OO Return $342.00 FREQUENT FLIGHTS PUERTO RICO Single $ $3.00 Return $17.40 FREQUENT FLIGHTS MIAMI si "K'e $174.00 Return $4*3 20 FREQUENT FLIGHTS 10TH ANNIVERSARY BWIA • ftiTttf west MIAN tumn Airways House, P.O.S. Lower Broad street. Brtdfrtown I;>IIIIII; To^aj — 4.45 and SJO and ("mill in i Inc 20th Century Fox present* OLYMPIC llVasv To awassaay IN < Hi [MC.M. Smashing Double Msrakail Lavlae In "DIAL 1119" BILLY THE KID Robert Tsrlar, Lon Chaney anrt sssry HowartJ IIOS Al. ToafSjj To Monday 4..10 and H 3il Columbia Smashing Double : Jerome Courtlsnd I'. %  .. -i Tyler In "THE PALOMINO' BLOMDIES SECRET From Th 0 Comic Strip Blond ie" Starring fenny Singleton and Arthur Lake as 111—di. — PagwsBi ROXY TO-DA1 as MONDAT 4.4a A 15 2Wth Centura Fox presents . ra STUBS or BiOVBTWr'... w \



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1 SATURDAY, JAM'AHY W, I SSI BARBADOS AUVUCATL ruHSE The Man Who Speaks To Elephants LONDON. Don Stephen Prime Minister of Ceylon, the man who can HI their own language." may emerge (rum the present Commonwealth Conference in London a new strung figure in world affairs. The Commonwealth H r i TdadMust Tackle Problems Soberly -A. A. SHENFIELD trthe people On my next vMI to Trinidad which f hope will be distant I look forward the Colony with well new industries and a still higher standard of living than it now has." Empire C. C Wins drrei OH OV. : Qemum ew GRENADA Empire defeated Colls XI oy ioa scoring 195 tor IM declared in their second inning*. Wcektfs made 88 before he was run out. Its hit nine fours, and tnree six's, two In a single over, in 80 minute*. Grant made 41 and Colls XI were dtenl in Uiclr second inm.i, taking six for 26. BELLEVILLE TENNIS RESULTS LADIES' SINGLES Miss Q. Pilgrim beat Mil 0 Benjamin 61: 6—3. Men's li.iin.l. Dr. E. Klneh A A. Jemmotl beat K, D. Edwards & H. L. Smilh fl—2; 6—4. TO-DAY'S MATCHES Mixed Doubles Mrs D. Barnes & C. B Sisnelt —SO vs Mrs A. Skinner & %  J. M McKinstry—30. Mfi'n Singles H L St. HiU vs. A t Jemmotl. NO SPECIAL ACTION TAKEN AGAINST "FLU poBT-or-8PAm! I Trinidad will not take an> special precautions because of the influenza epidemic now sweapln j tile United Kingdom. It ts undersnod that the Medical %  uthoritlee h4te do not think it n 4 aoVl such a measure I thesituation. -irengtfacn Ceylon as %  bulwark Uatt aggression In : Asia. the Common wealth '* Ion. may play a Very important part in the straUf.;. plan „.Mjn.t Communism. The Irs! Stag irUI be the building up iintry's own forces and ion of ihc Naval and Air base facilibes granted Id i*.a in under the 1847 dole en the two coun'.i jej There Is already an R.A.F. in Ceylon, stationed at Negombo. 20 imle N from Colomi" fl has been ofllciaUy annountcd in Colombo that Vampire and .11 ar ibe end of January. Ceylon has taken the lirst steps toward* creating her own alrval base al Trincomalec. on the north-east coast of Ceylon. is being prepared to handle heavy Iraflk once again. nulitary adviser to the Government and Ceylon Army Commai.der-inChief. is building up the army. Several of Ceylon's officers are now in Britain taking advanced .. %  "Jovial Diplomat" Premier Sen-tnayake. trcady well-known for his tact. %  and persuasiveness Commonwe ilth ministers refer to i.plomat." Among other thing* he i-s reputed to be quite an authority on elephants He comes of farming stock, arid I •> ..:<<( elephants rar_gentratlons "e was once asked by a reporter if it was true that he can talk to elephants He replied: 1 was staying near Whlpsnadc (one of Britain's open air zoos) in 1845. and heard there was a Ceyloneso elephant there that had been Ui England 1? years I went to *ce it. and as I approached it was plain the ele• igni/ed me as someone from its native Ceylon "It dropped its eyelids in a way tl have, and when I got Mated me with its trunk. So I spoke ba it in Cingalese, and %  every order I gave it." In his younger days, the Premier was a sportsman of repute, wreetiin. boxing and cri among his recreations It ma his wisdom and statesmanship whieh wa largely re— %  pon a Jb le for steering Ceylon to Dominion status. A champion ol nKlepcniicnco. for which he made riant he Is also a staunch supporter of the British Common. wealth A British politician friend ft his once remarked; "Premier Senannyake Is like sn eiKhtex-nui century English %  quire. He It an admirable host and n charming personality. He >peaks to elephants in their own BIM can make them do U he wishes. "lie has much the same talents In diplomacy, and he Is tho chief Ceylon la such a close ami loval friend of Britain." —IM S Will Not Force Germans To Enlist PRAKKrUW. Jan. 18. United States High Commissioner. John Mc Cloy, said to-day that the Germans should stop "righting windmills" in considering West Germany's participation In Western defence, and "approach the subject more objectively." Mc Cloy was replying by letter to accusations of Western discrimination against Germany, made in a letter from a young Bavarian Both letters wore published to-day by the United States High Commission. Mc Cloy wrote that "if Germany is to be defended It Is obvious to everyone that Germany would have to contribute some of its strength to auch defence." If the Germans were prepared to Johi with other Europeans for the defence of the Western community of nations, it Is obvious they should be treated on an equal basis. But let me assure you. you will never need to reilst any attempt on the part of the allies to make you enlist, for there I be no such attempt If Germany does not willingly and voluntarily participate there will be no German participation -Iteuter Peking Explains Refusal Nole Orally Doctors \rv \oi Paid Enough In British \\. haliefl -SAYS DR. DAIN Cofrr.,.^ l i"OitT-iK SPAIN. J..n. 17. Cnattr..,'. medical profession is t] pal reason for the andoctors in the British Carmbeen area, said Dr H Guv Deln. Chairman of the recently aelrf BriUsh Medical Association Con(erance bald to Tnn'dati Dr. Daln. a former i ..I the KM present SMItHMH >( m. I who had spent the l.< end in St. Lucia, returned to I'ort-uf-Spain last week-end. He said that salaries more ir< keeping with UK. standards were paid in East and Sooth Africa, and as a ronseqesr.ee medical practitioners were attracted to these places. He added: "Tin, OOTatl rl UN I the first step in organising a more complete service for the Caribbean area _„„. MIXED CARGO The Dutch motor vessel Hrr-xP* breught 350 crates and 200 l* i .Jral Iw lainilr u*". AVOID OFFENDING-USE ODEX it\ C-Pt M.T .. trotn^Si Vi %  .. % %  I In Touch With Barbadoe Coastal SUtion Cnbi. *nd Wlrl IWJ I l-S •* that tlicx tan %  %  foinimniii-rt* *>i' the rUou>S ahlp* tiirouBl> l>Mr IUib-doi Cuiil SUIHxi 3S BT-III. SS n.lltn HHU. SB CnlomMr, HI Kflrtlsd SR HoU. S bulilto, SB Marmwlvrn. BS AJi*. a> Hvraill*. S" CaviiMt, * gtnpms *' Va SB. M-w Antalardam. S AieorP-nnant. SS M-.UI^M. Ss Ggi SS ateUnie. SI C-IV*M1U.I l-h-ll-M'.. SB Aro-. SB W'lS. Si Marnwrrrv. SS I.^o. SS LadNflm. S S Troc 8JI. l*mpnls. MAIL NOTICE M*H> lot M JIII in igiw. bi-adrlout^ UrJWd KH.Sd %  '- "-• H avl 7 b ? "* H.N (.l.n-fclwill t rln*4 *"" 0*fl Moll Bt 10 .m ... U.t-8SO< Jiinint. 1*41. tWWtiPi"! Mail t %  %  and OiV-r> Mi.ll -l ll •" %  • • "" nih J-nuHy Vil Canadian Rates MI\0R You don't tmve to lorego CM| car feeiuni when rou dnva Ihc Morris Miner. He U • hit nr in s unali wsf. S,J .mc lur four Over ^ cubit fret of luggage ipacc. Toruon twr. indcpcaocoi honi wheel .np.nn for uTwnxhar nda* It't eaay to itctr through irsflW ca.y IO park ; es*y to garage If nononw inlereMi %  ega b V40 mil" Pr galloa mean* longer IIUM tot your m-MMf. Red China Increase Executions MANCHESTER. England. Jan. 19. To-day 'tManchester Guardian wild that executions hud increased ui Communist China suite their Intervention In Korea and prepar%  Uon (or war." There had been many arrests In Peking and especially In the ports of South Chlnn opposite Formosa the paper continued editorially. The middle clnsa which had begun to breathe again now feels ihc ground once more shaking. —Renter. Ship Sinks After Striking Reef ) Drowned, 6 Misting SYDNEY, Jan. IS Six members of the crew of the 5J5 ton Australian collier Klama reached the New South Wale* coast to-day after their vessel foundered on a reef fta miles north of Sydney. One of the crew of 13 was known to have drowned and six more were still missing. The first four survivors got away in a Ufaboat along with a fifth man who was drowned when the craft capsized near the beach. The fifth survivor was washed ashore in another lifeboat three hours after the Klasns sank in heavy seas and the sixth was washed ashore later. The Klasna was bound for Sydney from Newcastle. New South Wales with ftOO tons of coal. The 2,196 ton sugar freighter Fiona saw members of the collier's crew Jump overboard into the raging surf, but high seas were too much to get alongside her. %  Beeler. r jjajUnj ss i ur' SU M Lieas %  W ... pi 3. m i %  i wefeavMi i atsinngttfrgffrg '"'•' in I hm world'* f'l^gral mmult car buy. FORT ROYAL GARAGE Ltd. Php-e 23P5 SOLE d^TWlUIORS HIM 4X14 FRESH SUPPLIES OF CHIC & SWEETHEART TOILET SOAPS ARE AGAIN AVAILABLE PRICE! ONLY 15* CAKE TAKE HOME A FEW CAKES TO-DAY CAST LI MOM %  a* s.-1-i %  • *•• "i <'"<*r. |MWK| .-. H.U.I-. I.hifc••n IN* f.("M •••• V MWilai ii<4l."(au*aai BIGGER A^D BETTER A hundred years hgve passed aince Queen Victoria opened in f.undon the firn 'Great Exhibition' and revealed to the world the manifold ways in which British enterprise and skill KM pioneering to increase the ease and interest of life. For some time past, *e have been planning lo celebrate this anniversary by a Festival in which every aspect of British life will be on display. In particular, we are making ihe 1951 British Industrie* Fair an occasion for the world to sec the full extent of our recovery and our resource*. We can promise that the B. I. F., like British Industry itself, will he bigger and betier than ever. Over three thousand exhibitors from a hundred Iradc groups will put their latest and lincst products on show. Few enterprising buyers i!l miss this unparalleled opportunity of seeing what Britain has now to offer. Thousands have made early orrangemenls for their visit, so please make your rc^crveiions wiihouT delay. BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR ^ LONOON APRIL 30-MAY 11 BIRMINGHAM INFORMATION about exhibilo", oj.am t tmutagim, 9M& dt'pli.41 • %  I...;.-. .l ID, ful-O-f.. f.ullrv >i)i> iii lasts iu"l it* tMM ".I in ihrir mrllou gSCSSMal Ihr IMi'I'i lli*fililii>1l lit i.ni.i.iii.liiit: .|iii.lli%. few lmr K „l-.*th*K for* \>pp*dt 'f'"" '"" Wo''* IMIOIMI n riMiM I.O.MFO.V mmmjkMB My n— **un %  -* •.h. 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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, IANUAB1 20, (Ml BAKHAI)OS^iAU\0(Vni rriate fet Ik* A.....I. C I U Br.,4 M.. B..,.uw.. Saturday. January 20. 1U1 A1HPORT CONTROL THE cuming into force of regulations for making Seawell Airport a prohibited area will do much to improve the airport It will give the necessary authority to those in charge of the airport to afford protection to aircraft and passengers. For some time now the public and those concerned with the administration of the airport have been anxious that something should be done to prevent animals and curious people wandering over the place. The reconstruction of the runway necessitated the presence of many people who would not otherwise have been there; but the presence of people who accompanied passengers leaving or who came to receive those arriving and who desired to examine the runway and other parts of the airport, added to the difficulties of running the airport and decreased the factor of safety. In one instance, the behaviour of some chauffeurs of whom the Manager of the airport and the Police did not approve reached the Courts, and it was then realized that in the airport the only law governing public conduct was the Petty Trespass Act. The Police had no power of arrest, and prosecutions for any breach of any rule could only be launched after reference had been made to the Colonial Secretary. The delay brought ineffective control. This condition has now been remedied by the new regulations and persons who misconduct themselves at Seawell or who refuse to obey any order of the Manager will be subject to the penalties imposed by the new regulations. These new regulations were published in the Omcial Gazette on Thursday. RAT HUNT WITH the beginning of the crop season comes the exodus of rats from the cane fields back into town where they get into the warehouses and private residence! In greater numbers than before. Many of them are being killed and householders have fallen into the bad habit of throwing them beside the roadway without thought of their removal. In some districts dead rats remain beside the road for a few days and the decomposed bodies encourage flies which spread disease. Ft is easy to throw the dead rat into the nearest dustbin in which case it would be removed by the scavenger, or bury it in residential areas especially it is in the interest of householders to avoid adding to the already numerous sanitary nuisances. It would be well to take this opportunity to join in a concerted drive to reduce the rat population in this island. A few months ago it was pointed out by the Chamber of Commerce that thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise was lost every year by the activities of rats. They destroyed foodstuffs and rendered much more useless by walking over and in other ways despoiling it. It is also known that planters lose thousands of dollars' worth of canes which have been gnawed through by rats and become dry before the canes arc reaped. The Sanitary Authority point out that as disease carriers, rats are without equal. This alone should spur householders to make every effort to assist in the campaign. The distribution of bait by the Department of Agriculture can be supplemented by the use of traps in private houses. Greater vigilance by the entire community is needed if there is to be any success in the campaign against rats. THEY DO IT A< .AI\ AND AGAIN 5V\Re\ 'NOkV VOO USTEM> \ro ME SAiuOOAV NluH" Trie CRANE AT NW Barbados And The Tourist Industry Important ;md line tiliir OQC i>l I modal or* In th •1%  i %  ii ITIOnttM ..f rid April. the lourla* rvmuc <-( too <. maMenbty inrMsasd I fcfaiKMi of 8 to ii month. Inith*. oxistin* i By LOUIS S LAW understood „t industrial In irit*''""' 1 **r*L. cnbba inmur •rorld lOdB] it lbs Tourist IndusTuurMm (?omtniii-> try. Before 1814. in no countr> except Switzerland did there exist Keepers etc. who i...\, a national tourist ortfamzaUon tin., i contact with the loun.t. -ml llf tha UHMUl whose efforts were devoted to l*K-al Government;, bvneilt from even wiih th, attracting visitorfrom abroad. taxes on tobacco. pmt*. p.'.rul In order to do this It %  n,-, .-• ,i Between the two world w..i -• f,om taxes on incomes to propagnu,h,idea ubi ether nations such as Prance, derived from the toun,t bUBUMBI, %  Caril.b.-iiii holiday m the latItaly. Germany Japan and other* Spurred by th* need to close Spring. Summ. r ...,. lurried uieir nunds lo lb,posslan immense dollar cap. Britain a normal ami i pleasant think bliities of the lourist business for the lirst time in UM7 to do. as an Invisible < xpnrt The seeiulrlr.-sstd henwlf m*rlf>er employee went up from £900 10 £1,200: passengers cairied In the twelve months Increpsed by some 20 per cent fron 190.000 to 160,000; and the capacity ton-miles offered for sale from 130.000,000 to 190,000.000 Welcome those figures, from which we may. all take encouragement; yet at the same time I would remind you that the recent strike of electricians at London Airport cost us more than £390.000 and I would urge upon you, therefore, that our object in the coming year must be to produce even better—much betterfinancial results than those I have just quoted. "An aggressive world wide .-..Us drive has been launched and, given reasonably stable world conditions. It will undoubtedly lead to good results. Moreover, 1951 is Festival of Britain year, when many thousands of visitors will be travelling to the U.K. It must be our aim not only to ensure that n high proportion of them come to this British Prsiiv;.l by British iitr services but to impress them %  Of llnnly with our standard of service, comfort and reliability no forth th. > will always travel bj no.AC. "Meanwhile, there is another reason why 1951 uhould be a memorable year for the Corporation—and indeed for civil aviation in this country and throughout the world. The de llavilland Comet, which will be the first pure-Jet airliner ever to fly on commercial services, will become available to us and we expect shortly to receive one of these revolutionary type of aircraft for Intensive development flying. No time will then be wasted by the Corpoiatlon In preparing for the intr.xhictlon of the Comet on our routes. Already the air tr.ivelllriR public is showing a great interest in the aircraft and there hai been an almost embarrassing number of enquiries from people who want to bo passengers on the first Comet services. "B.O.A.C. has established n reputation for service in which our staff at all levels. and overseas, ran take a Justifiable pride. We must now gtrhr* with determination and redoubled energy to enhance that reputation throughout the next twelve months. Within the past year our organisation has been streamlined; at last we have a competitive fleet. I believe that everj one in the Corporation, wherever he may be, fully appreciates the need to maintain efficient and regular services to rapture Mill more traffic, and to fulfil ou< prime duty to the Btitsst tBS> p-v.r or reducing, and flnnllv eliminating, our nnnuaj deficit OUR READERS SAY: Child Labour To The EdUor. The Advocate Sir,—We all appreciate your great fight against a dirty city. We hope that it will bear fruit. There are other things equally ax dirty, or perhaps even more dirty. One of them that Is worthy of your reforming pen Is the practice of many estate owners and private employers especially in Christ Church of employing boys of school sge against the law as gang units or yard boys or gardeners, thus aggravating the state of Illiteracy in our midst This 1* not only exploitation, but a sin I feel that this evil should be stopped In a day when there are so many Primer standard boys leaving our schools. A check up on the plantations, and on the Worthing and St Lawrence districts Top Rock and other residential areas would prove my statement true to the powers that be. Our Labour QOvataaaaSDI should not allow such a thing to exist. There should be prosecutions to save the children and then a society called the SI'IT should be formed, or the probjtionary Officer, or the Boctal Welfare Officer should keep In touch with schools and find out the names of children of school nge on their registers who are absent through working. Necessity is not always the 1 lousness of parents and employers is more often the truth Com pulsory education should be in this place. I hope that *ou will lend your advocacy to tl F Broadcaat Station To The Tdifor. The Adtwate SIM. With reference to Mr R. D. Stewart's lrttcr of the 15th wi^t in which he suggests the conKtruclion of a Broadcast Station In Barbados to compare favourably, with Hadio Trinidad. 1 thjnk it would be quite an addition to the wired system of Kadio Distribution, which at present is the only means of RadioKntertainmcnt the island has. A medium powered Broadcast Station operating close to tho frequency of Radio Trinidad, would surely be welcomed by all broad minded Barbndinm In spite of the fact that the field has seen great improvement during the last few years and Television is com log into the picture, I feel that we should have a local Broadcast Station so as to provide a greater range of entertainment. A D, PERKINS Barndale, Belmont Road, January 18. I Ml To The Editor. The Atspoetff sin.— Your great effort to I cleaner Bridgetown brings to mind also the need for laag noise In the city Motorists, people, and 'buses Just delight In trying to break the eardrum or frighten the heart out of some poor soul. Early In the morning can bo heard unnecessary noise from milk vans etc. It is barbarou>. and visitors are annoyed. Peace, quiet and progress go loffrtber OBSERVER K W.CA.? To The Editor. The .-tdrocnv SIR.—Will you km.lh 1. know how the new Y.W 1 IS long time Betting: started ..mi 1 see %  ur •mall building which l ', 1 I A Barbados is in need of spa modern accommodation in ''i be wasted A makeshift will onlv swallow up the capita] collected an adequate Why BO) ha building and one en proud of? I.VTERXSTED CITIZi_\ What Will Ike Say! By KINGSBURY SMITH 1 \ liRNKRAl. MAfrAtitH ULSk PARIS. WHETHER to risk sending an American \i IUV t- (iermany during the next eighteen •nonths is one of the most difficult quctwiis nfr< 'iiin. Gfjtssnd Dwight D Eisenhower nday on his "exploratory" visit to Europe Suprvne Commander of the Atlantic Pact •'urces. What recommendation to make tn PMBBVlent Truman 0O this vital issue is the great H'cision, which Western European obwiv n vcj General Eisenhower will have to I M the conclusion of his current trip. Involved in this fateful 'ieeisioii affl two i.nnH'iit'His questions: 1 Whether General Eisenhower personiHy believes Russia is likely to attack WaSt> MI Europe this year OK even in 19f.2; J Whetlier he becomes convinced that \nuriea's European Allies are prepared to -:mt m:iKinK immediately the BaCTUlCeal %  aantlsj to enable him to orgsjtita an elTeci\.defence force In Western Europe. If the answers are negative in respect to ihe first question, and affirmative on the •econd. it is believed "IKE" will recommend to President Truman that the United States .issume a substantial share in Ihe land delence of Western Europe. If the revet M' is ihe i.ise. soimAmerican Military Officers in Europe foresee the possibility that General Eisenhower may advise hat the grand strategy for defence of the Atlantic Allied community be based on an lo rather than a European Continental Theatre of Operations. The French and other Western European lovernments want Eisenhower to recommend that six or ten American Divisions be enf t0 Germany as quickly ;s possible to act as a cover screen for rearmament ol the European allies. Western European political leadership tnir uoi the presence of strong American Military Forces in Germany would serve two important purposes: 1. Discourage Russia from attacking while the European allies are re-arming; 2. Give the Western European people confidence in the Atlantic Pact Defence Programme and encourage their will to resist aggression. On the other hand, the opinion is widely held among military men that if Russia should decide to attack Western Europe this year, or even in 1952, the sending of American troop reinforcements to Germany means .n all probability sacrificing them as expendables in an embryo defence force doomed to defeat. It is generally thought that during 1951— 32, the provocative effect of the Western European re-armament programme upon Russia will bo at its maximum. At the same time, no responsible military expert believes that it will be possible during the next eighteen months to arm and organize in Western Europe a strong enough force to hold in clieck the 100 Soviet Divisions which it is estimated Russia would hurl against the West in the opening offensive. It is for this reason lhat some high ranking American and European officers think it would be wiser to organize, build up and train the Atlantic Alliance Army in a safer place, such as North Africa. Then if the Russians attacked before the Atlantic Army were strong enough to hold hen in check, the Allied Forces would be intact for a liberation crusade rather than decimated, if not completely defeated, in fighting a withdrawal action in Western iCiux>pe, • There is, however, general recognition of the political difficulty involved in calling upon the Western European people to make %  acrificea to re-arm and at the same time telling them, in effect, that they will II defenceless for two or three years while the available Allied Forces are concentrated in some safe spot. Some European leaders think it would be 'mpossible to secure the co-operation of the people on such a basis. Thus. Eisenhower must resolve out of this dilemma a great and perhaps fateful d nsion. Those who know him believe that if ho; concludes Western Europe is prepared to' make the 1 eoaary effofl in its own detefece, nd if he thinks then i %  reasonable chance %  m attack this year 01 will recommend the gamble of committing %  American Divisions in Germany nixing his combin-d land army on the European continent. -4KA D. V. SCOTT at CO., LTD. TO-DArS SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Tins ALLSON'S ROLLED OATS mill I C.AUVA IHM .T %  -— 1 / 2 Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER S* Usually Now 48 42 38 ssaW 20 ////////*V/AVA''W''' CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Easy to Use,—Will not hurt hands No rinsing required. 1 Pint H**lle SO Ccnte at WILKINSON & HAYNF.S Co., Lid. Successor* To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phono. — 4472, 4W7, SCOTLAND'S BEST is SCOTTISH CREAM mix inn sum 11 11 IIISH 1 A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs • Ask lor SCOTTISH CREAM WHISKY at Your Grocer NOW ON MS IT I Y TRAVELLING RtOUISITES THAT VO II IV IX IIA.YII WITH FASUIO.X •' 'V.-':'-


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SATURDAY, JAMARY 20, 1*51 I 5/. Andrew j Meat Shortage BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGt FIVE D1M.ir.RI> Welcomes New \estry TW" NhW MliMBKRS i, ih, St Andrew's Vestry, Mrs. E V. Rock and Mr. I. GUI, were welcomed when the Vestry bald it* flrat meeting on Thursday .itvir.. a Mr W Benjamin was appointed Poor Law Guardian in place of Mr E Foster who lout his seat in the last elections The following were elected to various committees: Pew Rent.* COmmlttM, ihe Kevtor. Vicars -r the parish and Mr. W. Worrell; Synod Committee, Mr. 1) V lies' and Mr W Worrell for St Andrew's Church, Mr. Clyde Watson for St. Simons and Mr C Edwards for St. Saviour's; Assessment Committee. Mr. J. A. Haynes. Mr. D A Foster and Mr. S. Worrell; Playing Field* Committee. Mrs J. A. Haynv* Mrs. H A Vaughan. M/s. E. V Rock, Miss E. Gill. Mr J H Haynes, Mr D A. Foster, M.C.P Mr. B S Vaughan, Mr. A Nirholls. Mr E Vaughan and Rev C. C M Woodroffe Among those present were : Rev. C. C M Woodroffe, Chairi..an; Mr. J II Haynes. Mi B S. Vaughan. Mr. D A Foster, M.C.P., Mr G L Farmer, Mr S. Worrell. Mr. W. Benjamin, Mi McDonald Chandler, Mr. W. W. Foster. Mr I. Gill ,,nd Mrs. E. V. Rock D ENIS QllNTYNE of Jackman: St Michael, was taken to the General Hospital yesterday M o rn i n g suffering from a scalp wound. II.wa* treated anil discharged. Quintyne was on his way to St Matthew's Boys' School when he was knocked down by n hit-andrun i.v.lot R ESIDENTS OF ST. MICHAEL are attain taking a keen interest in cycling. On Thursday night over 22 cyclist*, mostly boys, rode from the City to Hackleton Cliff. After leaving the Cliff they went to a bakery and satisfied their appetites with bread. The attendant al the bakaiy sold S5.52 worth in bread that night which included 66 turnovers. T HE ROAD LEADING front Matte to Vaughans, St. Joseph, which was recently repairad, is again damaged m various CrU. About four cracks appear this road and J pedestrian, unaware of these cracks may get sudden jerks. The Fruitful Hill and Melvins Hill roads will soon be completed. St. Sylvan'it Village roud is now being repaired Work has not yet begun on the Cocoanut Grove road. H OUSEWIVES in some parts of St Joseph were queueing at shops lor kerosene oil on Thuisday after a rumour got around that there was a shortage The majority soon after got wise and left for their homes Inlikelv The Advucaie unHkt 1 %  any rate, in m< The price of imported beef ha* Increased locally by a MOB* a pcuid This hruigs it to 3K caBta. la reasons were given. 'hat considerable storsfta -harjM-s had to be faced hv the importer due to the irregular arI UilfSJ with supoln-*. The M the ever-increasing cost of each %  liipir.eiH of supplies. Mr D V Scott of the Colonnadc Store s said th,it IB** expect shipments of meat in February and March They certainly hint no cause for alarm at present that there would be any great shortages before the present agate I'-plt-nislied They were unlikely to run out of beef in the interval, but than ma the possibility of a shortage of kidnev, liver, ox tail, tripe, lam! mutton A ship wM M t pocted from NewZealand in February with in plies of lamb, beef and veal, while another was exi>ectl from Australia the following inontii with a complete shipment of meat. reasM price < %  Mr, Se-.it said-that lab was due to the fuel e chrsv had t-> be faced by in.imp it.. because of Ih.very irregular ;.rth supplies Mr <" F H,.-iu of the Ice Meat and Cold Storage Dep.n %  ment of Mi Evelyn Rot.n ., C< i.-.t the itffmnMn. %  II i %  .i |o be LII alarm about a meat shortage for %  OHM time Hi-, firm, he said. catered maul) to the batchei ii the Publir Market. Present sup. i until the i c \i shipment which was about mid-March, Mr Harris nfa) thai every ship, ment of Tiiejit was costing mure Taking into COOsMtnttkM alao th.> t eotl of storage raeJUtsaB, the huleher had to pay more for his meat and therefore the ores %  M Ineraasod price n*ked of the n %  r was IrievltabM He expreaaed concern over the ever-Increasing rise in the prin of each shipment of meat. Thi i" %  nl unsettled state of the world, he said, did not give o any hope thai there would be i-hnnge for the better for soi time to coma. The Controller of Supplies was .No optimistic about the meat Re ^n id thtit then' were orders outstanding and there did not seem to be any likelihood of i shortage for some lime W./. Should Have Gwxt Chance In Aunlralia -MAJOR HOWARD %  ll< hut i %  fieuM KIV game if lli era aa well as they did in England last year. Major R ictired Secretary <.f the ra Cricket Club lold the \-l\m .ii. He HM that conditions and ii Australia are very similar to those in the West Inai't and would tfcaaafora ruil players from theae parts. m in England was .HI cxi eptionally gooo ami well balanced III' Although boar l cti did no' .... Md then, | %  ::i hOW k fl easily made up for an> shor iitht have n i. .IIHKI> %  tin* damage that has been dons New Bridge At BaxtersDecisions Will Help St. Andrews! Confirmed Died In Accident HERMAN PILGRIM of Wilbur) Road, Unturns Hill diea al Seawall yesterday as a result of an iiccident with a two al i Ion gi-appling bucket. The incident occurred at approximately a.25 a.m. Pilgrim was a greaser emploj.-o n ART-KOADS IN ST. ANDREW l b Messrs. J. N. Harnman Krl Cl 1 mill n-a hal-in i^_ 1 ..1 KJ and St. Joaeph are being prepared for the crop season. At Parks Plantation a road was cut out by a caterpillar In a day. This Job would have taken labourers many days to finish CO., Ltds T -, AlKitSTINE CHt'RCH will be holding their Harvest | gencrnl repairs Festival on Sunday. Thi Service will be Choral Eucharist at 9.00 a.m. The Police Banir will be in attendance at the 4.00 p.m. Evensong Service. CARIBBEE GOES ON DRY DOCK Motor ve-scl t'anbbee. 100 tons •t. has gom on dry dock for The Caribbce first called at Barbadoa on Wednesday Dominica with gcni ml carA [>-6 Ciiterplllar. a pneumatic hammer and gai i mtn and woom wan at work in St Andrew when tin Adv also tl % %  0a of I anal affort bafai nada bo the Dtpartmanl of Highways and l'i %  'i %  ; I tn irp.m w li.it tl. HI. .iic thaj oan M qulckb M I %  to enaure .1 rraa now .r traiiu during ihe crop season now beginning The bridge at Rasters presents the most aaatoua problem In St Andrew .n prrsetit. Long Pond River, swollen by the recent be n rains has eaten away about eight tons of the material that IIMMI 5 Days To B'dos From St. Vincent THE acboonar Kalnbow M. aallad into Cirllila Bay on Thursday evening; from St. Vincent without her engine. Her engine was taken out in S: Vimvnt lor rciiairs. Under normal weuthcr conditions, the Rs l n fcsw M. would have got from St Vlinent lo Uarbados in about 24 hours H she made use of both her engine! u> constitute this bridge and sails. She has taken about live days this last trip. Partly responsible for the delay, was un accident which befell her when not long out of St. Vincent. The Rai n bow M am heavy sea and high wind wh broke to the aUli In iway part of the 11...inn .-1 The bridge crosses the river .it .' height of about 25 to 28 feet ..ud flood damage has temporarily su*pended its use. Mr. C. P. Minnet. Ihe Executive Engineer of tinDapartinanl >•( Highways and Transport was thenyesterday when ihe Advocate visited Long Pond and he was directing the i.r. • riggings: ,-unstruetlon of a temporary bridge lore her arhlctl he hopes to complete aarlJ I next week in order to cope with and pieces of wood ; tin-crap train. fell from Ihe mainmast to the deck but luckily, no one was 111 the way. Members of the crew did whatever repairs they csuld while the vessel was at sea and Captain Marks kept his course for Barbados. The Ransbow M. brought SOB baas of copra to the island from St. Vi'icent. She is consigned to Bt inier Owners' Association. C.O.L. INDEX The lo a i ,.f Living Index at th. end of December. 1850, was 242. go. which was the same for the prcThc Caribbce ha;, joined the 74 vious month. The last Una H ton Marian Belle Wolfe on dock reached 242 was in May ROAD DROPS AWAY AT MELVINS HILL. a forty foot incline. %  hen he able lo get down to repairing Uie Li idgt wdl'out Interference or without rinsing undue inconvenience l)-6 Caterpillar 1! %  p-ti .itei pUlai i1 laying the pi n.up.d part in tin I tion of the lempornry bridae i-'im it was used as a bulldozer to level Ihe approaches to Uie bridge to dig the foundations. It was then brought into position at the side of the river and it was Ihen used to dredge the river bed and All in the quarried MI ft ftOna with sand, gravel and •mall .stones from the river baa. The planks and timbers used in the construction of ih have a short but useful history They were first uaad 111 the COHstructlon of ;i temporary budge when tin I 11 11 Brldfl arai damaaad. it eras taken down tome tune iiii-i .nut eractad again when the bridge at Lakes was damaged. It baa BOW bean erected t^r a third lime tiow that the budge at Baxleis has been damaged. When ihe UHnporary brxige ba been completed Mr Minnet und his men will 'ct .irxiut digging out UUJ 1 rat bad foundation of the bridge and building BnofflCt foundation aimed at protecting •he bridge against another msh* unfclaught "f :. (1'iod-Hwollen I^flg Pond river Mr Minuet finds anotlur use fur the ISO horsepower caterpll|ar*buUdosar He uses it to escort 1. inllers up and down the steep hUll On one occasion when a .1 through its brakes and turned turtle at the hillside the sturdy little caterpillar was then %  crane to pull it out LautdfdMaa Higher up at Melvins Hill near St Sylvan* Village landslides have hurled %  evoraJ tons of tho bridge there down 1 fnrty foot incline and wort i> also going on here A pneumatic hammer is Ina in IS tool ports for the other half of the p ad In tho hope that that will not collapse as well and then they are •etting about the business of reThree decisions by Hi* Worship Mr s 11 Nurse, Police llaalaurate i-f District "K who lined U-on Tvrell of Rosa inn, St. John 11/k 1 ni language, 20 I. listing and 20/for assitullm^rmed yesterday bv Their Honoun Mi 0. 1. Taylor and Mr. J w 11 Chanery, ludaaa of the Assisl.mt Court of Appeal Tyrell who was ordered to pay 8/4 costs of appeal, gave notice of >Pl cat in each of the eases In the first caw he was found guilty by Mr. Nurse of using indcent km. *uage on Rose Hill, a public highway and was fined 12/He w.is also tlne.1 and convicted in the second case for resisting Cl.un) Constable Fit/ Griffith and van ordered to pay 20/-. In the %  hird case he was fined 20/for issaiilting Alonra Marshall who was aiding bland Conatabla Orlffltii in the exi-cution of his duty. All ihe offencaa wore commuted uu .Nuvember 15. Island Constable Griffith told the Cunt yesterday that on November 15 he was walking aiOOg Roea Hill, st John, and h Tyrell using indecent language %  faa him. but be (i decisions, lold Tyrell thai from the evldenco they had no doubt that he behaved In an unseemly manner nnd when spoken to continued to behave in that way They advised hlni to stop this and ordered h' Of appeal John Goddard won universal praiaa lea bis -omul and Imagtn ntlve enptainey and pbiyed sni.di parl in bis laoava well herv.xl MiecrsMi Khteaj hi ml. polite and popular manager, ana am well uaad tq evaeyoni With whom be OBBBO Into contact \! .1 li...v ... %  .11.1 tti.it i.r % %  %  ...ii.ill. would like io aae the laet .ha with the West Indies 1Ihej would be great COntaafg ,-ul It %  • I'll rl'l'l.l Ii. Ixho|>. lhat the West Indies would hjO able lo take 'heir strongest possible team Speaking of the present V 1 1' Australian tour, he said thai F.nglish cricket bad not "t recovered from the diftlcultiefollowing on the war. but m new voung players me apiicaring in F.nglish cricket and there i: no doubt that before rerj loni:. ther." will lx> a great improvement Australian pftayan an alwayi ,1. keen, .ind the West win have to continue the lighting oualtl have showed 111 Kngli g their tour last year I Faith Heater Attracts Crouxis < >M hwgeel IIOV aver to attend ,1 religloui meet 1 tin 'n .i up .it ijuee Part mi Tnuraday mgiu for the New Teauunent Church of Qod s.ii baa I hi-. I. %  holding its Convention Mi ,h..|. Ilenrv C Sloppi Sii|nitniandaol Of DM New Teslarr t'hureli of God in the West Indies, and Rav Janus It. Heesor of MM sour 1. are itltendlng the Couven tion. For nearly every night thi weak many followers of this denomination as well us Ihe halt. Nune .md blind could be NOB making thenway luwarda tin to pay S/4 roals 1 Park. The service is being conducted m the Sb.l She.i but "II Thursday night, people crowded 'the platr.iim the inof. trees, i 1 %  h. vehicles an.' other van' tage points. Uev Mcesor is administering md this Is the main KOSSOLIAN KOSSOLIAN KOSSOLIAN WE OFFER BLOOD SALTS POULTRY TONIC RACI HOmi TONIC KOSSOLIAN looizto and NTOCK FARM < IINIIITION POWDERS letter they condition, the more likelihoou of S'UVival KNIGHTS LTD.-All Branches rVMVMVAV/, Will Pay Appeal Cost Then Honours Mr. G. 1. Taylor •nd Mr. J W. U. Chenery. Ju.iges %  >f (ha Assistant Court of Appeal. 1 f '""' "''allng oullrpie t Hi ,; %  1 r.ntion ship Mr %  tagisti ati "%,. E. A. Mel^-od, POttc Ol Ih-tii, I \ ve-tei A woman Who attended the %  ervloa told (he Advocate how a iu blind man was healiil and %  > Ian* Lewis of no fixed place of abode 1 *v came 'ud rWlBlng BftaT being McLvod had lined Agard •>'In seven days or in default seven days* imprisonment with nard labour for assaulting Ivan Thompson on November 20. Lewis appealed against Mr. MvLeod's decision and was ordered to pay the cost of appeal which amounted to 6/4. Tnotnpaon In bis avldi thai I#wln pushed his fingers In after the] had an arguCfio/los Won purs proper Bom icadily tii-dinguuhabhMgns "Road u 11 it a r l>. intcd yellow with black Ii tternig warn the public at once that arorfe 1 going on These have bean imported from England and %  I. dipped on to long iron poles driven firmly into the ground They hav* replaced in most instances ihe old wooden ilgn thai mere often used to be t used for firewood or otherwise and UW motorists aepOdally oftei. %  %  -ary warning red of his slrkm After the OTVloa was over 1 gaff lorrie. ktOdod with followers from the country districts. .wards the country via Roebuck and Tudor Streets Pan %  engers in these Ion 1 •* were ringing and appeared to be In merry moods. Actually. Uie last Vanli 1 iva the I'.nK when the hulle and bustle die*I away, were invalid chairs, (with then 0CCU< p.-iita) and olhei |>eople who were affUetad atth various m a lad laa Ijige crowds ulsn .iitended tin .. r meetings held at the River Road Church yesterday 11' .. 11 at 600 in the morning god tlother at rrjdAnolher meting was held at Park last night and the usual big gathering could be seen HARRISONS BROAD ST. BE SURE TO GET OUR QUOTATIONS BEFORE BUYING THE UNDERMENTIONED ITEMS ELSEWHERE Sugar Bay Twine NEW SHIPMENT BEST QUALITY f. PLY All-Steel Wheelbarrows 18 G BODIES 3 CUBIC FEET 1'APACMTY Galvanised Buckets ALL SI/.KS AMI V. EIGHTS ElwelPs Cane Bills Mineral Surfaced (Red) Roofing -I..-. 1.1I Tropical ()iiiilil.v—Each Roll ..I 12 ynrd. cor I.I.-1.wild KlxlilK SnUili.in and VnlPrirrs itrtsleudily ii-m:; NOW IS THE TIME TO HCY HARRISON S FOR HARDWARE. MEVVLY ARRIVED tto greats rrataAVw devised by S modern science Al tan ou i i hsv, l.dcguiiil HEADACHE? Oeubl* rear chancss tor relief with r.M.i . %  ,.„: UM Mil/i" ^.*-'.'.'-'-^'-'-'-'-''''''"**-'''*''**''' NOTICE i l i Tanden are invited I the exclusive right lo sell liquors, lunches and teas at Kensington Oval during the Barbados Trinidad Tour ui(i|>ii\iri.;itely from February 12ih lu 27th). Tenders are required to submit urice lists tor drinks and lunches as well as pronosed menus of the lunches. Should prices for the Association differ from those for the general public these must also be submitted. 2. Tenders are also Invited for the transportation of the Trinidad players from the Hotel to the Oval and back during the Tournament. 3 Tender* must reach the Honorary Secretary at C F Harrisons Office not Inter than 4 p.m. on Monday. January 22nd. 4 The Association doc* not bind Itself to accept the lowest nr any Tender % BARBADOS CR1CKFT ASSOCIATION. INC ; W. F. HOYOS. 0 Honorary Secretary 5 7-1.S1.—fln *9g'/,'/////////////.'/// For tastier snacks LION %; i.HtMtta) eased and %  i aikaHsiog -Knt i Iny H i .1 with breach*.. JiJka'Seltzer wurulcHul itKMiilU un HII. i IULII %  -'(n4i.ni "Ltfaaaenl i* %  rm>i powc'lul (frffliotlr vn n i> % %  • •afa ihM all can UM II Ii it vinlty nrcmsry HI say home Yea need H '" p'l-nni cun and bur* pnm *riumJ %  MI|IUIJ •gwnHall tormaolinf^iion. LifrfiUtd II pkatantK luitnuit. nn-Msinina. rv>n u>rm*.fK UFEGUAIW THE SUPREME GERMICIDE AND ANTISEPTIC A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BDOS) LTD.-Agents SMART und DURABLE /or TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTS Colmans Mustard New Shipment of PUMPS in Brown Sizes 6—11 and White PRICE: — '.ARRAW*. $1.60 BAT A Tidy Skirts cannot be kepi that way without proper SKIRT HANGERS < torn them in three shades nl Green. Blue and Hah ana s i im IMnin I'jiinli-d llr.-xs Hungers—each '-mull Painted Hungers fur Children—each gjV:-".*m. u lie and 18 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'BD AV, JANUARY t. lust High Blood Preswre Kills Men & Women Twtaa aa %  *•> wtmi aa M> parlor I.ix" lli K i. Blood Pri— art, w**rh •Urloua II M Mi (HI MVU llnta Of I'lWnn of Ufe U4 ilmurolmui.taMIIWuM. BI..1 U(M ..i< ..t i-. ...:.. .lrufc t-ooi( Huja IIOM fr— —aaa. miitlii at d and %  *•• •*—, dUMMM. •4ori *M paipiiatiaai. '-w ma ma, be la dan***-. forawHv kiMwn u Hinoii. Mdl*l dlacofc-ry. -,li.. r. Hlfl t K r*a*ur> >uli dOB t ( today Rheumatism afidJJackacKe Gone in 1 Week "\ 1 THE ADVOCATE HAS THE |BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!! Among some opened yesterday are . CRICKET CAMPAIGNS II? NORMAN YARDLEY THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY Uv IIAIIIIII III ISRHROOK ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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SATURDAY. IAM WHY K, 1KI HAKBADOS ADYlll \TI I'M.i M\r\ CLASSIFIED ADS. TCLCFHONE JSO I'll l> I • MAIUAN WKIUH O( M4MMJI lln funeral ""MAVIAN H/wmm Un Dr F IN MFMOSIAM C. Butcher who was, M ***•> doc* that 'I'HII-!' -I-..I PMfej 1 MHlN asd. d.,, When one sve MvM was called a way Gone but iH forgotten .-le-iber-d bv hu children BS.I.BI — I: ...OI.HUM.I ,.(ng %  dW tlUWMf.ll I .1 MM Allai 11 Ooodr-df, Hied *• %  /... F*l Al 1"' race Coodrl*ge %  TMH OLv— I ear, 'ttuDHT' 2U1S1 In lo %  pi On* of In* dr.in! %  beat' <..,d called IHT lo heav laned in Mff. Ir**ired at m MilL.r and-children. Ml 11—U nary nl our dear i ,i ,• r •llniun Nurg* who lo*. hi. lift,n sea lHh January 1*43. Tlmt- a*ga* coin* and memory g Tide* may .nmetlmea *t*b and flow r. %  .be grey or blue .. nriMti na thinks o( you |s*fj*l r..rn. Ralph. Sylvia. Karl. al.nrK.iie Moralin*. MM-M L'S-SB-ln loving n*m*. at our dear %  band and full* r John Nurse who i...t ..i HB on the ltui January 1S4J ,e Niirw lamih. SB, LSIIn %  OBP1 lOn| memory ol our denrolher WlnReld Thorpe wn.< died %  >• ta on j-.uu.ir. llth im •They 1-ld Boo*, body In the Sea to .leep Hi sweet aoul commending Unto Chrtat lo krep •tale In the arma of Je*u*'\ r.le SI Kcl. Marry. My rile Thorp* Thorpe. Uutir \im.i to. Coatl. Phone Bi-33 Iff 111OFFICE Medium lire Office "lit. breakfast room. airy wtih am* -l"*. Top Floor of Winter a C". Lid. Bollon Lane and Swan Hie. t DUI BBSS or Mtf %  tttl-'-n Oiboi Beach. S Iroom. ful y fumtohe I June. July. Sept. < TANGLIN Beachmcnt. % %  Mialnbl from February onwarda. monthly •" .'trberwla*. J double badrooma with sing. fnwi bedstead*, children's room ...... g. n frigei *U room Apply Ho-KT-J L'NfrUI*JSISIirD FIAT Al "URIAH nut" with (.-.rag*. Lower Colljrr-iilaefe. P. Michael, Dial MT1. II Blm haildir lll) llr nEMOHES — Al No and airv— very see. i i rnt*. Denli... Solt.it rd tenants. Apply H DHOS itwa* Hf; V1-V11J.A al SI. %  a rburch It consul, of O Drawai* aid Dining Room Water-to net and Bath Apply I.. I) An v A Scott IM Hill SALES FOR SALE AirroMorrvB \H lIT V-. Fo'd SeS.i rn. .nd In ..caU.nl coneMio !M. r.ABAi:!: LTD Pher.. AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER By ie..-nmendation. ol Llavdi Agent wfl will aell on TVBJSDAY the 23rd •.' our room* IT High Street %  pc*. Crop*. BON*. Face Pood" Roll. Tollrt Paper. lfM pkfi AndreTiaaue. IJ Caw. Cow Oate OKieo-e J Tin. HlerulU. 61 pane* ol Ola*. 11 Tary Car*. W.C. Cl*rm. II Sheet. tVertte i Tina Powdered Ulifc n tat KthlkHMa. fae IMI A number of 1'iuvrrm Colhpe t>pei Scholarrtilp*. Owvtrnmenl tahiWuo.-.. nnl Exhibition, from other aaurce. will be .warded in ISSI on the IMUIU of l.hlp tx • minalion to be held at the ,,,-r tn„, IBS Hrill.l. < PPMM One Dei-lnlra One in Art .able I .... OPT • naa'-l I .1.11 ii, %  Trlaltad r.a*e>nraeat l.hll.111.— Three In Art. or Natural Science*. Oadbary K.hlhHlaa On* in Art.. Natural Pdvnce* or MnfUclne Two in Ar or Natural Sciencel.ll.an.i >,,i,.iir.hl|. One in Artm • ...I • ...,,. ,., ,..,„ .. f"'"iA'weaaMt** al TrlnMe* K.hibiU.BT On* in Art.. Natural Science or MadH-Hw>. Full particular, ol tneware fivan In a pamphlet wrueli m> be obtainr.l Ircm m* Rvpi.trar pi Ihe UnneraiiCollepe or from the |t*-ud*.l Tutor, lo. Extra-Mural Kudaa. or tt* Education Department, in the Bull h .-rlbb-uColonitnv. C-niiit date I01 appUcaUon' iJanupry il. rPl ^T run i%  II li. meived b* thPlan* and Specidratiav. ran be wen 4 any Offtc* on *n, UtP da. 1prrpaiii "f the H..lldl>.| Con.1 IMHIh \OIM IS TAKE NOTICE NUR5IA BRAND That N V FABRICK VAN MT.I K PRODUCTBN DEX VESUTINKJD. SVn^l^EnEIDESPB. a limned uaoliltv Company duly arpaniaed under if" U. p| the Netherlanda. Mannacturerand Merchant*, who** brad* er Puainwa. -adrea* la IB P***o**nl*jn. R..' terdam the Nether landv ha* applle.: lor the letiMratton of a trad* ffbprk In Part "A" of ReplMer in reaped Pi mUk and milk and dairy prMuri* at.j producu derived from urn*. al*o pruducU containing the aaid food* a* intidienia. odlbl* Ice vd porrldpe.. *nd PrtH be entitled lo rapl.tei (he umi afte. ne month Irom Ihe IPIh day nl Janur %  51. unlou aom* pern ahall in the meantime give notke in duplicate I me at my office of oppoaltton ol auch r.ll.lr*tWm Th* trade mark n be aeen on application at my Bier Dated 'hi ITth day of January. llt II Will IASH Regi.tr.ir ol Trade M-irk. "TAKE NOTICE FARM BRAND That N V FABR1V.K VAN MTI K PRODI'CTEN DER VE-EENKillK Zt-IVinjlOIKlDfnpl. llmlMd liability Company duly organlaed under Ihe law* of the Netherlanda, Manulaeturei • and Merchant!, whoa* trade *r **• %  >. addreaa 1* IS Pet**>on*dam. Rotieid.n' •Th* Netherlands ha. applied lor in* regieiration of a trade mark In Par! "A" i.( rtegi.ter In r.aptft of milk and ml Ik and dairy urndu 'duct, derived (rom aame. al... product* ronlalnlng the aald good a* Ingredl pnpjj eillbte Ire and pnrridi*.. and wl|| be entitled to irant.r the name altar one month from Ihe IMh day ol January. IM*. unleaa aome p*rnm .hall in the meantime give notice m dui-ifPtbg in me at my ofHce ol oppoait'on of auch ragMtratloti The Irade i" >'k pan b.' wen on application at my oHMo. Daled thl ITIh day ol January. ISSI 11 WILLIAM*. Roglatrar ol Trade Marl.. IB 1 SI .! 1 .*. af the %  %  >. %  V-ill %  tWedne-a^i.. ...l FrMa. "I nach aeea %  L II I e is p ni The** inpaw****,! miLdii I u. look He. I MUCE-Cl-AKJtE. I* *> % %  %  apajpl ol Golf a Apply ClBMd • water and lux rfnowledp* 1 aduantagr letier only, forwarding raW-The Barrel*-. %  :.'. MMISCELLANIOUS 1.Y with PurDatr> FPjrp* IB I SI-Bo il MIS. COURTTSV ( lIl'Il.niNr, SITE N*k) Uardana. 1, w quare feet Only "Pol obtainable in lu* araa M*-ll.> ai'uated. faadng b< '^* aWltta. a*. Ilirp* .|g. ou,„ • a -eaaonabl* pflre Dtal *M; r |**> Pick- Hat Uacd j .11 l*hp Utlllv nh leu than MCS 1* reduclaon. A rhana* miPPPd FORT ROVAI. Telephone BSfM 3D I SI" fll-NOALOW—Wllh dj — uui dining ~ 1. dr****** MOW ^e. v,<,...•„ %  1 Village SI. Thoma* Th* are, %  A real bargain al SSSOQi riARACF DUI 4S10 IBA^-n^'-MArUtlSDie**l Tractor* 41 %  p •* *lt iteel wheel. EndulrMivlted COURTSBV OARAGE ffi'I Tl! COLS: •< co tLLCTEICAL 1 On* Hi Am rub ft comple'' I. pdCFltlQERATOII perfrrt rondlflon Wll 1. offer A B.mk Hill ltd ltl SI K R Hunlr inapected by applying to a. Blackmail on the premiers To* pply Mr. laabel Nuitr. K*n*logtoi> Room.. Gallery. J "y r *-'uu n 'u "" r "" ''" *• %  > rfa^herR*. TBSp**wffl* BSSP. OR SALE OR l-HOI'l KETiDAI. Hnj. Owner laaving laland anon. Twn BadKilchrn. fahop atlaeheo. enclosed Vaid Houae wife awalUnc current 3 Baodi 1* 1 1 Perche* ol Land Apply M. D. C. TAKE NOTICE SULPHATRIAD Thai HAY Si BAKEK UMllti' .1 Rrfllui Company, trading a* Manutactuilog Chcmlata. wh. e trade or buatnen addteni 1* Dagenham. Ce. fcnglaiid. has applied (or Ihe registration of a trad. mark In Part "A" ol Rethrler in iffapacl ol phannaceulK-al. velarlnary and samlai. .ih.tanee* Infant.' and invalid*' foods, plaster*, material Pag bandaging: mat.rial for .lopping laelh. dental wax ..Linfrclanla. preparallon* for kllUnf •(Mi and dratruylng yrrinin and Will be entitled lo regleler the Mm* altei cap month Irom the ltUi day ol January 1PSI unle.* some pre on shall .me give notice in duplicate 1 can: 1. HI.. 1 Dated thl ofllc. p| anpa aJU an ,.f The trade mark tcallon al my ofhc* llth day of January. IB H WILLIAMS. TAKE NOTICE Thai MAY A UAKEJt IJM11U) British Company, trad Ins as Manulact n't Chenilata. who e bad* or bualr, jrtdreas i. Dagenham. gnPSM. BafjM ha* a..,lied fn* Ihe regialratHm of a tr. nark in Part "A" of Register in reap i l-n, TAKE NOTICE ZEPHROL That MAY Brltl-h Corns addrcw. Dagenham. E*,e>. Uigi.im. h*s appli.d for Ihe reglMrallon of a Irado mark In Part "A of JtggVMr In reaper" ..f pb.rma.'euUcal. veterinary and **nitary nib-lance.: Infant.' and InvaKaf food*, plaster*, material for bnndagtng material for stopping laelh. derrtal wax ta>inl*.'.nt. prvparaUon* for killing weeds and deslro.ing vermin, and will entiled lo ret 1 tir th* same atte. moth I at my office Ihe lllh day irade mark can be Of January. II II WIIJ-1AMS ncgl-t-ir ..f Trade Mark) II I SITAKE NOTICE ANTHISAN That HAY A DAXBt I.IMIl'MI. a Rrlllah Comp*n>. Iradlng -• Manufactui. l-g Chemist*, who* trade 1 .nldio 1Dagenham. Ease*. Knglonci EBirrV BLUE MODEL BOA.' C MITONS Delivered the Roberts "g Co. Ltd. In good order la, path nisi • POETTrON — KngU>h|H*h f*ch**l l *arher Spanuh peaku.i BUidenu i.ughi Etigii*l> by quick and (.—y method Preporalory and Schonl C-rtlDcale standard Rackwaid .ludenl a apaclall*.Commerelal cur e. Upg Including Commercial E'tliah. Span i"l IPJBw Oeod. WANTED In uurchaae iildio ur Peter SITUATION OF PltaBaSEH A board and sblngle shop with i.eiitr ""' and ihedroof attaciie.1 -I Around %  li. Town Bl Peter DslOd thIWl A*'of Januar* l**l To %  H NUPBBE. Ban J*ouc* NaaTl.tfale. ,,.,-. 1 ROLAND BDWAHDS Agent fur Cl*OHATILA SPRINGRII Anptoani ^ R ll.ii aaaBbsntsOn win be consul ered at L*een*ing Court lo he held 01, WeoiK-. January. IWl at D>s.." 1 II ..cljck am M...I I1 II NL-HP*. INGOME TAX NOTICE Nolicf !> Mreby given UBH Income Tax returns sre rvquinv from every maUiieU man wlw 1 income u SI J00.0O per Biinum I 1 over, from every other Ml whose Income i *72U.OO p.t atinuin or over and from companica whether mcorporateU ol unincorporated, societlss, persvi tnaged in any trade or pi. fceslnn, and owners of land 01 properly whether a taxable Income has accrued during the pui year or not. Forms of Return may be obtained from the Income Tax DeluiUment ATTER THE 1ST DAY or JANUARY. 1851. and fe forms duly filled tn must i>< delivered to me on or before tl l hxUVwllafJ rei>ective dates: I Kelurna of pemong wlu.sbooks were closed on the 31st day of December. 1B5 on or baton the 31st day of March. 1951. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of bustneai Is not situate In the Islanc on or before the 3tl> ss June, 1951. 3 Returns of all other person.in or before the 31st Januorv 1951. F A C C1-AIHMONTT-. C*iinmls*ioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOM -Auv perpon fatUn. l make hlB return wlthn the due date will be Uab> 10 a Bne not exceedim £100 and not less than Cand will be prosecute unless s satisfactory ren S m Elven ^^ GOVERNMENT NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF HI0HWAY8 AND TRANSPORT Tempor*rv Employment for Ron! Supervisors Application*, are invited %  WipTM % %  .ployment ns Road Sunrrvlsorn in the Department ..( Hiflbwa) anal Transport I fsuccesaful upplicanu wilt > %  -'• %  >' 1441 hour weekly weae. beaed on tap <-< > 30e.—Mc. an hour fi.i Suprivisors employe,: M BS of the department, and nxed aeer.rdmg k %  and jenrral siiitabillt> and merit. 3 Candidates must be able to read a l write Fnglish. to keep the Labour sud Dutni| ' %  sH out. carry out and nessure up road work and perform i aUsM iiutie* in connection vlih road work as mat be require'! of iheii In the Diraetor. 4 Candlftat<-s must st all BBM* prvVSlBMl lo promptly carrv .ut the WOTF of the departmen' I -its. Mefe instructions n* may be from time to time ftvei thrTn bj Hie Executive Engineer nr other Ofneers of the departmen! afl hi* lehalf. 3 Candidates should subm. bam thai 'he> have Bona knowledge of road conatru-'mo and repair work and have actually been in charge of laboui and material empln I I travelling allowance of Be. per mile fat an**} I Ul sltai UM fourth mile travelled each day u the hi 8 Apphcatioiw.whichshouldliemade.il r ..U-frorn onice siM'uld t iiddre:-ed tn ihe Dire.toi >f Highway* and Transport, and will t-e accented tin la pm on Wetlnenday ||a1 January. 19!SI 20 I 51— 3n. SHIPPING NOTICES Lawr a MM Ml LOST rum or u; ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. >t S %  IionaUe' Sth. Mh IS -Comca" Ind Srd I Sailing from Antnerp •lua—M. "Oranieelad al> 1PM S.IIU %  to Trinidad. P. .eoigytown MS "Mar till i* |Ull. RS. Collie. 1 %  aseenger AeeommodaU'in 'MVBRON. BON A CO. LTD. %  h* M V naerwond* will accept f..g.> and Passangrre lor St da -n.l Aniha %  -.„ ten only lor Si Vbm I l-le ol deparluir to be ivilifWd &W.I 8CMOONI.R OWNEBB AHSOCIATION' im Ttltpbeoe: 49IT C^VEKM MEKT S iOEIIES llPPJIgl ISSPICTOSS tXAMINAIION tTM.ll.UI f. >^ !" .n.lnn lo, S.~W '"•!-<'"'' •""" % %  ,1*1 th., Ihb .wmmalio,, .ill Mkr pl.w %  St Miry. Boy. on Saturday, loth Frbruiry. I61 it 1" The turn piper will IKIrom 10 ji.rn raprr Irom 1 p.m. lo 2.30 p HARRISON LINE OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KINODOsi> el must buns pen, 11 30 am and the second ubher and drawing ink. pencil nutation room at least ten mm 'Aid.; platlcr*: in-ierlal lor ilopp ,.i-,>o CAVE m ROAlHEt. FI^MAflOM. We will art up for sale by Publ.r Competition at our Office Jam** Streel. on Fridav Bnd February IBS), al 1 pm CAVE A ROACHESl PT^ANTATION < Mluale In SI LUCY and rontaming D] estimation "3 acre. 1 roods 13 perche. which about *B aero, are arable The acreage |g made up a. follow R*71tlGE*tATori. C.-1-r.ii..T. EleeUic and Compressor. Dvrurmo. Owen Allder. 1W Roeb.u-k Streel Dlul UPS SDIS1In J WASHING MACHINE-One of these kiayf-.lr with anfn drier left fesnoo and ul be replaced lo-dav under John P. Huison Ud FURNITURE PI -RXITUrUC—Ralph Bear.1 ofle.. thl %  iHowiit New Mnhogan.v lumilure Ihnlng Chairs SHOO per or Tub Chair SSB.Bf> per pr Cocktail table. S10 00 Tea irollev. S1.100, StreamUnod Mom. chain S3S.BB each: Vanillea BBS00 each also unpalnted ruah chpsn. rockers and .tools not forgetting a k.._. of good second hand furniture. Call Ralph Beard'* furnishing ~*~ Hardwood Alley. Open %  %  pro dolly Close Salurda PHONE ass*. 1 r kUUng and will render the MUM *1U IPIh dav ..l ... g... nuore to dupfatalc ofnre of .•ppaaMlo'i ol suci, The Ira** mark can i>* j appUcaUon at mv ePJIee Hated thl lllh day of January, iwa II WILLLA14A RegWra. ol Trad* Mar— i-f'I'W-i reaping 1 Id %  acre* SI perebae In preparMioi roada. yard* etc InipoeUa* on appllpallon to Sir Ormond Knight on the premise. vr.AF.wooo A novel. Holwlt.ir. '.'IV '• MARSIIVILIJ; Dank Hall main n-U landing on 3 4*3 *qu*r* feel of land Iwelling hou-c comprise* closed vrrndeh. drawing and dining rooms hedr. and ilec I Sir*,-. and baUi. (luvs tnctty inatallad This uropeily ofTered for sal* U at our office Jamc Ind February. 1BSI For further particulars and condilu,n ol sale apply to Hutchtnson A BanilelJ*me. St reel 11 LSI—Sn TAKE NOTICE CIS That COLUMBIA trade < | BAM cf D-ie-.ie. United f h. -|.l..,e ert * Pi Uiutr.1 Slate* ol A Part A' of Reglalet in reapect of ph-n,..t..pi I %  acord blank., and will Ieninled to ladidei %  ISth dav of January. ISSI. unle** aome per*oi in duplicate to me at my office ol oppoitio .nark .an be seen on application at my office Dated thla !*lh dav ol Jannorv ipai. WALL BUILDING MAHOGANY and oUiar Dining Table* and Morris Chain Koebu.Street Dial I gam fAiAl-l.i UTVKSlOCK ..f milk with i Mi* E. I. Ward. l..ad. i— %  Ouemaey H*U*< Mother giving SB pis . M'lKNC E AND AOEICIILTUSE DVESHKEK. IIIIIKINOTON STATION Application.-. Kie invited lor Ihe po.l of Overwer. Codrlnglon Ste, t,.—,: .,,.i,i Dl 8. ..-nee ind Aanrullure. The port lit pon.lon .,>' Hd ,,,,,,.NlSIJ „o OM Snd. $480 x 48-$1.200 (EJJI 1.27. 141 n a de.ir.ible Ih.l the holder ol the Oflke .hould re..d. ,-,, the Station. Applle.llon. ihouln be addrd lo Ihe D.re.l. ,1 AK, ..oltu.c. Uildgelown. and H'ool.l raMtl l„m nol liter thin 2tl ,..„uarv. ISSI Further detail* wDI lie supplied on request. ISth January. IMI HI.51—in %  I.MIRF.NTIAN FOREST-M/brough a l^indon •PIj\NTEn" London MIII.IIERRY HIIJ.Ixmdoi. • FACTOir. filasiow 1 I./pool •TilinESMAN. .M/broush. London S T'ROSPECTORLondon 10th Jan lth .Inn :-nil, .II.II 27th Jan 27th Jan Dio lln.hadOK 26th Jan 1 Feb. 4th rb 10U, Feb. 16th Feb HOMEWARD TOE THE OltlTED K1KOD0M Veaa.1 IIFFENltfll" Foe l/u,dnn ,r rurthir lnformition .pplT to • DA COSTA & CO.. rieaaa ... fla.aado. i-iii, .li.ny LTD. -Ainu PIHI.H IVOTH ES i r-A^s — Plasiic Shower rap vaiBeui pattern*. Bfe ••*• Irlodarn Dr**. Shoppe. 1B.IJ IJPTflNS TEA—The ( landthe larp**! aale in lh ruled on each package sne been chnllenged told W erywhere. ts.l SI—*. NOTICE Baal ad T a n da* a Bar (he erection nl J Pavilion and CunvnunK> Ball .<• % % % % %  % %  Playing field will be received by me up to Slat Januar.. IBB1. Drawingi and Specif* .tuxn can !]*• raen al Ui. R. . Moulder Office at U**ara. Harrtsoii A Co Lid Broad SI The person or Arm whose Tender 1screpted will be rasuilred to give the entor into a formal contract with the Vestry ol St George Due allowance aheuld be mad* to' %¡ bssibir In m aiid eprt of materials and labour. The Vealry doe* not bind lUell li M. cept the lowed or any Tender K MASON Clerk. Vestr. of t Georgai*i. ^ NOTICE The aManllen of all Persaim. Firm* and Ctimpani*, carrying on trade or buMnsa* in Ihe City ol BridsaBawn and In other rta and plaeea of at Mhrbael. i> iin a-a Ihe prnvlson. of /ubaectlon B ol saetian U of the Veetrle. Art 1BI1—Bl. whirl. Bar alia before th* 1st day of Februsry TAKE NOTICE Columbia That COLL'MbiA RFCORDH INC a corpora the taw. of Ihe State ol Delaware. United Btalee I**** or bualne.i. addn-s. I. TBB S-venth Avenue. United Stale, ol America, has applied lor th* na "A" of Register in respect of phonograph or latl le. therefor, namely record oruabe repeater-. record albums, needle cup* and stop mert.anl.rni entMled lo register lh* same alter one monln ft unless aome person shall In the meant.mr give ciffiee of opposition of *uch raglau-attoii The r .atwui at ni* 'effli. Daled this lllh day of January. I*S| ll" I*. Slate of New Voi n of a Iran* mark in Pi i un.fjajl i.,nl. therefor and H WILLIAMS. Registrar ol Trade MarkIt I.IM--i 9/u. NEV. YORK SERYICE 'SBE. "' NEW OS1XAN. M.VII I ajlli 11.) betmbr. Mrlvas B.rl.M.., C.N.n.AN DEPARTMENT OF EDUOATIOH A|,l„.i irinvilun,.. I. 1 other sullably .,ulinr,l person, for the vacancy at St. ClementH 2 The minimum qualification fa tntt) to the teaching servi,. is a School Certificate 3. Applications n* I H* approprl.uformIE.85 Ibl for men and E.35 lei fo, woman) which may be obtain.-.: •rom Ihe mpartment ,.' I date, who have SMS) submitted one ol these form. In resp. prwOOUl v,.cnc,.-. (no, nllicll nuiv ap]>l 'cent tostkmonlll. 4. Anv icache. who I pi %  % %  Stag of anotl,, school n.nil ,„lo.m Ins oi h.-i ; *B of Manager, ind II. Head T-acher ol any applicant anafer I. All applications mu: in envelopes markeo Appointment. Board in the -.. i nor .lid must reach the Department ol Education I" BSturasy. "'' %  January. I ill, January. 10.11 uolii-.UT TIIOH LTD.—H.w York and Ouif S^rvlos Awl. DA0O.TA OO. LTD -Canadian ••r.la.. PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products. Umtu-d. Rowau. Domini... for Uui, to Europe. The ui.l ports of call IM Dublin, I SSjIW, or Rolterdam. Single fire E70; „l reduction, lor children. .-.-. ,,v/WAV/*"'"'''' WORK For our people depends uuiWi,il an YOUR support of 'Home I niilaalilaa" APART from tht. m...ii.' 1051. 19 I .51—n PLASTIC APRONS SfV PBJtMANENT needles for frur record rls-ar. and needle* of all Stod. Prlea • Biaa. t^ord. of aU fclnd. ht A \ BABtnta a co. LTD. auaa —t.f.n (.able be raved larrytna o I the Ve.tr ^ form la be obta.ned .1 Retinn In writing or their averaffir nel annual profit, 'n areordane* with Ihe provtelAns of the aaM Act lor Ihe purpoee of aa eiarnenl. "In case any Proprietor or other person ahall by reason of the rean.lir date nf closing A--rmint* being %  ot-eqiei.t to JOth Nov-mb-r bul prtut to Id a>bniar%. then lb* Retnro meal -T'-CKrNOSKay-er S gauBe Denier Mrton Bterklng.Loeole <(.*de% %  *•• -*M P*r pair IMat ""• 'nnp|. tB I %  -en TAr-IF.TOTHS Pt.-'ic large T .1 : %  cl*M-^-Pretty Panartia H > %  SSJa rwh The atedaen Dl made I gag i-.n, mn "In caa* \ fsfreefs** in thr ••Advmcatf" Foe m mtlo r rrmtltm I -son of Ihe ah I lh* bUUne*. malte the faeti len no litaarn iTAKE NOTICE cOP UMU,^ Thai COI.t'MntA RECORDR INC. a crporaium "iiim the law. ol Ihe State ol Prlaware. United State* ol Amer.r, ilue.. add re H 7SB Scenth Avenue. New York of Keg i*ter In leap act of and part, thereof. crv*tal receiving .els. Iraejueney mplirVer". loud ap*aker< and exi'tin %  tee United su •aaM %  ssjrlftne. di..of J d ml., ate Manifs-'ur : fjfsjfaj p| sv. tfaa aj | Mad' mark I receiving. det*ctli~r n d ir.n.mitting a*' -efenerati'* recelvlna art., ladln and '"! %  ,mphue>. transmitting PJ and audio Iretijuency tranif'inru irid* kk. grid condenaer. inductanc* and coupling coil., ft.** an ,nrl*narr.. insulator*, crystal detector. .1 .ie ,rvie eo.. ume proleclor*. Inop antenna' telephone plug, and i*Ck and eleclr,. %  .d will be entitled In rego-ler the aame after one month Irom ihe let ....— IBBI. unle*. aom* p*rton shall m th* inaaoiune saea iwUr. 1 ich regutntlon The trade nun an* al mv office ol opjw-il 01 1 Bffl application al in, office hi* ITth day af January. ISSI ft. WILUAJBB. 1--r.,,n period during ei*l*0> be unato by lat Paoeiwr required Failure lo BBSBSMt %  "h the requi ment> cf thai subiavyon laagirs lh" paraon aiid/er par .en* Mable t* pei.ah **t eire-Hn* an, psMi-rl•Pvonld racuoAuxri aver tbh Tre-1 er* hare n* aontrol -rate K cane d*U> 11 making Retur-is on the prescribed "". th* Veetrv aould spn.ee 1st* balng L-I.,T.-*I t.MSB. -. i" BM MBBBB IBI s,sch delay B. C. RCDMAN Clerti. St. Michael-. V*rtr> Ml SI—eed-tf •> TAKE NOTICE MASTERWORKS H.1.V111111 rtrauc LIBRAR. Application, ire invited lion, persons, between the ages of 21 ind 40 year., lor training overseas in IM work of a Librarian Applicants should hold the minimum soadlSealMB ol a recognised Scho... 'ertlncate with credit in English and one other language Pn-lerani-.A-lli be given lo University Graduates. 2. The selected .pplicnt will probably be required lo tike the •orrespondence course ofTered I I Library (British Council from January to June 1 BS 1 leadili. 10 me Entrance Examlnilinn ,f Use Library Association, and may -aitieequenlly be required to .Head 1 recognised Library School In ihe United Kingdom for ||M in order to quabr .. chartered Librarian. 3. It is intended lhal lbs HaSM should be llticlic. to the wafl ol the Library In thl 1 and be appointed sul..tanuvr Librarian when the ORIee MramM vacant in April, lr. .rovided the course in l.il.i.slactorily completed. 4. Application. hou! the Colonial Secretarlhan the 24th of .1,.,, nformillon wUI be sue.[.plication to 11 %  3lh J.oiu.ry, 1951. '* LiMOlM pTKO and quality, again.' any Miiilar oriicle ud yen will find ,nu get better value. Llmolene 1. ... refreshing as a breath of Spring IS to 67c. at your dealer. PV.W.V .LIQUOR I.ICKNSK NOTKt f." '' %  < n...*u-i "" "rSSJ aTEwWA--. aa r n t M McLBOD. Km ktaaMsrata, **i „ HO.-X. ...t.'u.-..' .„ thai -ppM-aliun -dl be !" njW ..tl at a l.iren..ng C I %  '* % -,,., in* a*j % %  ' %  M " £ A M.l tOC IMllce Magudr.l. Di.t KALI: am.il Second Hand r.M..m-l I I Roll If.lurni I flrlll Bl and Oven ,plele purehaaed bigger Jlhristian Science! 'kadinjl Rm BOW*.!* RONs —2 idaja. < i % lb* oirtatiaa S*t**o* loat book < u.Tttart*aV'bT'"A*M RA1.B'I BDUI aaPF • r**A borrow J m r->wsaaae JVUitori AreWercome ^ Houn. : 10 Tuesdays. Wedi rridajs. lOa-rn.— Uo'clo-F Saturdaja. MAIN Thai COLI'MBIA RECORDS n*c. a cotpai the law. ol ti,e State of Delaware. United Stata trade or butdnesa address I* TBB SevenU. Avenin Dnlled Slate* of America, has applied lor the regi.tr -Aof Btealeler in repeat *f pVianoaraaih re.ords ai a n SWIad to repster th* sant* altar on* month from %  i""> Man* pen la and record blanki a the ISth day of J" dualle.-' > „.. u. -.. %  thl* 17th dav of Jarm xri'OINTMFNT Or STOBfKIIOM VtM *K_i nMAtF., KIT< HI V i.l M H\i IHINPTTAL Applications are invited for the m .-i-'iisionable post of Sloieoom Clerk (flaflMet), Malll KltdaV taaBsrnal Hospital, at a aalai f *lio. ri5inn by annual incrementt. cf I4B. to 1200 per annum. Applicant* should > %  %  of ajfe. should have at. lained a satisfactory standard of edut.ition, and should have Md tome eEperlence In house-keepinB duUM 00 a larne scale. Applications on forms obtoinah!a fn.m the Secretary, General Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 24th January. I** 1 llth .lanuary. IMI. v\ SrF VOUMI fan HupplF Mill HO It y AS OTHKKS SDK YOU. BUM In All sis.-. ran CmWrmAJL m mwmmwM (TMRAL rOCNDSV LTD rROPSIETOSS Cr ef Bread a TeaWr SareeU 14 1 SI— Jr.



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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOt'ATF. SATURDAY, JANUARY H, Mi The Tornado: A Racing Machine Of Perfection IIS Inn linlr <;. Hole Si ores 105 Out (if 289 Against M.C.C <.'.'.','. ,'.V,',V/.*/.V//.W/-'. Tills Cyrlene the Drat a. Ilk class In .-• launch en ban %  partonnance ta to put 11 n.iidt> Being the same length a* • Seagull and having i %  ail area, bui wtUi two ien leai be a crank.i. cagtrtcioua (>o,!. bt she handled beautiful!* There i.n qulfa blowing when UM Cyclone i-eadj f.M U* 1 ws conadenUj nrpeettng a daddng i Intrigued b ha ma %  num.. of the it. to A yaehi Final of i.K hum twins: rollnw throughout Then k %  -ighien Hi•. and Qulefe be il'c '.tl:iards run baasde tue ratal Aleo, one can forjBft about trucks an'i -ml cti| tOg iun l.i ;i UM MHU* and boom Then arc . few i nproveoaanti m QM BtUnca that can be maw Somr tan* ai ratunaofnl found foe the malMbi %  run i i bloefe on tha %  j-nii. r mflng in art %  Che Till. and %  v.%  pOUtl I noinw.1 wan ih. when larking the jib hag duck "ii ,! 'sharp pom of tha bl i And laatl; • regrtra-plati vl teh houi nine inchaa fiwn lhe bo* ,ind aeemi u. have no othar puipose than bo trip tnc crew Tornado i> light, welghtng about ..i uj carried leaf too. He 300 lbs. and foui to til dUBcuttgr, .(link Arrelf ration Creteee ; |OOl with the tighicsi puff, and h. wo got clear of tha land wi rttarwn ntied Ilk boat, and < %  passed th. Wniu. wtilcfi u i>v tha iMp when w.lett II i i I boron %  %  reached Pelican island. On a quarter, ;he Tornado i %  uprami Hero ti no %  %  ; %  I %  handUi i u Soipc .... ol •' c>rtMf>. i i gpect etanl pull on ine UUar, and an j puff >f wind came al tig, but then % %  no pull at all UfU Fox hi.* bat anreii ibis txwt ramartcably wall Ami than i put tha Tornado to the last, I wonted lo Hnd out hOW >he would aland up i" rough enter f teered >"-i i I harbour ngain. past ihe Beagle, and Into ihe rhoppv wui around Needham's point 1 wan expecting to he drenched, nut I remaincn %  urprlsingly drv. Ukc all hard hta, ihe Tornado poundB bit. bul being narrow th) UWO up much loas water than n Seagull or a Lightning Coming in i-ln a* gome people expect, bvil backwinds will IM* a naMca A "Iriin" with (iannrl Later in the aftcrnoun, when the wind M,i& light, we had a trim' uith Oannel, the faste-i 'uefi plrwoort 1 Ban ... iaa nuoti t lenar from Dui r PoUoea ol thi 1 M at 1-1 king in who make .< %  Tornad 1 h ti Hi i-yi \\. •v> all plywood enpecially llUlla at it will itand extreme b*al 1 in mid. and wt bava never h;i < nipl.iinl cither from %  01 ahrond UM mining pivoad' Peter Inee has mai.,ir. dn t lag B 0 yard %  Diana increase bi ca uta I lliink it will provide uwitli yacli; la.lni:. lha like of which we hiva ntvai %  *eu before in this Utgnd. It will be a test of helmsmen il mw> %  %  iho '* boati the em a III ba impoitunl a>i the helm-man! rather than of boat* Rot ramtmbar, the Tornado 11 a racing machine, not a pleasure boat rtm INCE -ml Ocrahl Nicholb gal llic Cyclone" to lie launched Here, ready for the oa. UM tart Tornado 1951 Yachting Season Opens To-day By OUR YACHTING CORRESPONDENT TIU ;n.i| Yachting Season bc guu lo-.iay Providing there an good sailing facilities some in. t cresting results an agpactnd Forty-ona boats arc antarad RMorj will h* created in IIH-H yachting when ten Tom rUdpata m "on a dea la n" It this trophy for tha Ih Ultra time Thm' >, will put n In Othar yachtsmen to admire" Kli era* arlU ba David Badie.. and Jofuuna Oraca Ooca I i Mis Atkinson will M whan ""i on tha erteki i naw or mg tint seaa.in. It was through the Itockh-v Ooll and Country tha efforts el Mi A < i i .-., %  < iuh and Mi KM. Robinson that mi, Laaiar Toppln'a Otaag la HdUni type of raeiiiB was Introducad In the 'B" again It iitito local yachting cin %  hgna (or the racing to*day .ere bnnortad bj Maaara H Watchic Uurke will be at tlie hell out ganara] n i : %  tusr parri rm no from Msgwii He won th.. Lad) Yule Cup 11*49 I but failed lo repeal thll par l br m : .st year He is no< ul this yaw to ragain lot hon.Ma> IIOni totrg i' Mill HI Tuckar, it own •i. tells ooa I--* m i baaing it If ih • off Astra n, on II it dees not Milim will ba vailing iul hjl crew will be ^^ l h„ e w^^^I^u? 1 | t !! e !" i!,l 1"" } nC * '" l 1 "-'-.^"" UM crew Owen Burke. Ar| N ! Bmpue to the West we salneu a considerT r v^^ M.< I....I i>. ur... •.._ D^^I.. ,^^ i„ t r ^i. r ... to the West we gained a considerable lead on Garnet, and we Iclt her, too. when coming up lo Winlward. I found that the Seagull cOUl 1 tall closer to the wind than wc could, but that we were moving through the water quicker than she was I think owners of Tornadoes will ibid that tha) will go battai usults when i"*.it og l| thay keep their boat* going rat bee than trying to pinch Into the wind I biivt Ultla doubt Hut a gooo Soagull could neat a Toniado when coming to windward II there waa a ttong bree/e. bul I am equally sure that a Tornado could make up the iliHernnv it. the run and the quarter Howeeei. the main Hung is that all the Tornadoaa will be equal, since the) are balna built from tha aama kiu and wflj bava sails made bl Ihi nnc ..^Imul er. and it will ba fan lha Ona i>< sign race* that helmsmei will a I the moil fun. 1 undersiatnl that than .. B la I M nadai s in Trinidad now. and nine bava baai bulll Nor. Perhapi riler-colonial matches oould ba arran i I if the moin^ MUU) M rahai I West Indieteam sent lo Helyinlti |o take part In the Oly i ;ameWill plywood warp"" v. ntam are have trust in plvwooil. they think it will wai.> i-, mis cllmab Ear at 1 a uu Bng Pal Toppm ilaJslng Mui falli %  i tale in the -c" Oaai He bt car Deantond Hln.les with him Tornadoes llirouthoul the West thur Brooks and Bert Toppin Indies. The designe liahman, I'M. Ki ol Wight They are elaisltled K" am i.imrt dom racing in the H It Y )' Hegatlas they will hold ilien owi series of ragattai A : .i ;is tfJM OUM1 bOBtl ..II concerned all weie PBpalntad ind BBOa this overhauled during lb( lima iliai will agau Uav were baukM tin, The majority have been l.mnched in preparation tot lo-da> i Kiugmus Altered %  taPm BUlr. owned bl Con mudore J It Wilkinson peeled to give a bettei | eason Tom Wilkinson be at the habit and lh< %  raw is the ComruodnM-. Man' lie\erteuil and Miss Jean WilkiniN .Slight ..Iterations wore • irried out on the BUir's i ingi ,-• vinkiim lielim Tom wunlnaoa ateo owm D lornadu jolntlj liw dabul "" %  n ""*her la K 30 hut it b not oi launt-hco I . %  ... not deded what to call it \li-.-i'r l.im .lot,,.nc .il-o ilnii: Tornado It bl K %  Cratoaa M chael %  lha helm and Ian Ciole will 1 .ol with him Mohrtwk. owned .mo klppored l.\ David Payne, will I..creating Intaraat In tha Iniar* iiedlate. It is aqulnpod with a i aw lib which *houId glv pe*d this year David is carrying Hob" Cumborbatch and Arthur St. John Laat nor aitai brla I DUM utarmadntUi boala in the Saventh RagaUa Mnbavk overturned Ibivi.l ,nd with IHI.II in tow had 10 'wnv. Sea bird HI i this season It was launehi for the llrst time this >. .i and %  cl aa t lflad In 'die -ly It miahl have way int4i the Inlermeuiate but its sttv was against it it was built ii* BtankQ Moon ol the Shoe Dapartmant ol Maaanj DaCoota A. Co Ltd i ne will sail it himself Its dimci" %  us .ne IS (eet overall and live fi^'t. six inches WKM It i.oiie a 22-foot boom and an eight I nbboniu 8tanhu ylni Harold Thoma* and Claivn. Field* ; s his crew. The shortest boat in the "fl" ll.it War (loud — 1* Iraad) launched lor b I racing. It curried oil the "B o.s nopln both last >..u :"'lorc \ it Mctppar-ownat Jack Dadle, .M out to iii"-eriWi iname on the Aauatic Club's I' i baal Maawin %  rill The Int. rniediatc boat Coronetta i.nuichod on Sunday last %  i d i.> ,r ihnnie Road Jpparad bj inson, Thi .. • will ba Johrm* ... o K. nnau Stouts. (oi.iiieU. should give an lm.. ., ... icr than 1 i .,,.., %  %  %  Lao Laai yeai ha Bailed in the YJ-I TI'trsMlyke wiL B Mii-pl.y ll| be gt the helm <>t lb \II 'his aOBBOn Iteen had bee %  ichad for several yi -u Sl„I : ycai with her %  i HI been redd to ha Killed toRegatta ., | tu i an but < I be at "he ...I„I T; be i > %  Bad David AlUii At the Garrison Savannah ihi*; ernooc 'ne Polo finals will he tyad 'oi The Advocata and arnei Ho I ton Cups RED: Victor Weeks iCapti. ark Edgchill. I Williams. E. Dcane. BLUE: Colin Deane (Capt.l. •re Deane, E. Deane, K. Dcane A number of guests from the irlous Hotels turned out last Saturday to see the semi-finals and B greatly impressed by the skill and horsemanship displayed Ihe six chukku contests that p! the game going for nearly two iurs Among tbe spectators were me of the 1914 Polo Player who aised the high standunl of play. Today's contest starts .it 4 15 pin Marshall Top Se ores liS.M MAKSHAL1 iop;>ed Ihe in (he recent i| :„ | BhOOt of ha Bn all Bora tlbV Club BM H.U.S 11 H O Ma Mi y (i 7u.kn M A Turkri aw Sfl .. M (l.Mnn Bl T Dv.•H n w wriHin i. KM M '.bn Iarc asked to note that along v ith lha routine pract In be held to-day at 2 p m there will be two competitions. One wilh the Pimpernel Pool Card and the other Good Luck Targets Iho W RatfaaWf TO-OAY Sun Kl-.es fi.ll a.Ill Sun SrU: 5.54 p.m Maon (full) January 23. laghluis. .3t pm High Walcr: 2.U am., 12S %  am YESTERDAY Rainfall ((•arington) Ml. Total for month yesterday: 1.64 tan. Tamaeralure I Max) 12.5 F Temperatare (Mln). 72.5 %  Wind Direction (S a.m.) E II. p m i E.N.E. Wind Vetoeitv 13 miles aer hoar. 1'ir.imelrr I ft a.m. I 30.014 (3 p.m.) Sl.asa 10-DAY'S NEWS HASH LAlnl Motor Car M IIn DINKIV TOVS—oil with Rubber Tyre*. Sheet Plullc tor Unp Nan AT JOHNSON'S MTATIONERV mt 11 inriu tin Very h;:hv jncl ltan.iy in n dntk si,.'. %  • i Green. 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Aobora
ACE FIVE
ESTABLISHED 1895
Hili)\Y ,IA\TAK\ .". ;a:.i
l-.UCE. FIVE CENTS
U.S.A. CALLS RED CHINA AGGRESSOR

Fighting Flares Up
Again In Korea
TOKYO, Jan 18.
JjTRONG United Nations forces were battling
furiously at both ends of the line in Korea to
night. Targets lot", bluing by their bombers lit the
hrttleflold. Fighting Oared up ..fiera two day lull.
The Communist offensive was particularly fierce
in the west, a few miles north of Osan whre United
Nations units were reported in "heavy contact".
other Bolted Holloa mm
i hold-
1,500 i nWl 10 miles
lUNTtl i"! in 'he enst

(
i Ifhl Sank below
Wonju wi^ Mill occupied by
troop*.
i ilium ralnforeo-
OftOd movinj down


U itad Into

buildinga
n K :. ..

tutn, were
'
iten ind fiwht
ppa l I2JI ions of
. u-\ a

Hi. ph.
i iikIiu on Tueedaj
1 Qa nan i MaeArlhur'g bnadqiurf
meed. This was two
n thrtr previous record
Monday.' Mtar.
United Nations
Must Act, Austin
Tells Assembly
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan., 18.
THE UNITED SPATES to day branded the
Chinese Peoples Republic as the aggressor
in Korea and called on the United Nations to take
collective measures to meet this aggression.
Wan an Austin, Chief United 8Utes Delegate,
told the United Nations Political Committee to
day that in view of rrcent facts it was clear that
the Peking regime had committed aggression.
The General Assembly should now say so." Austin
said.
" "'lor lh
mi on i n
AT THE liUM* Warehouse yosMrday while LADY BADEN POWELL ) |
which was Unsd up to moat her. she turn* for monu-nt to say *outlmig to Mi
and Mi" Norab Burton. CoiuuUHSloner for Camping of the Olrl Oiildea Ahbii
Scouts Ati.. aiid Mm* Bridget Banxden. Lady Baden Powell's secretary are .
head- with ana ( thr Ouido. who rouiurtr.ed the Ouard or HHW
I B. B Wiihsm-. iMund Omim-sionn ol lh" Ulrl Clulde- Ahaii..
Major C. (Hindoo Re<*d. Ai-tini Bttanfl CemmnMoner of the Boy
the background
BISHOP W J HUOIIES who aal
lor England yesterday by the I
aoifito".
Bishop Leaves
RI Itev Bishop W. J Hughes'
i.-it iv,ii."i .e~t.-i.iny taenlnj
by the S.s (
to Englanii having resigned from)
the Sec of Barbados.
At Um> Baggage Warehouse to
wUh him goodbye and "bon voy-
age" were many memben of the
Anglican Communion. Sisters o'
the Good Shepherd Convent prOnv
inent members of the civil Estab-
lishment and Othtr ntemi** n'
the Anglican Church
When approached by the Pratt
for a parting interview, the Bishop
said: "I have nothing to say"
"Us<> The Atom"
Says iiumbcr Chief
M iM AK1 \ J '8
Mi..... ral Email OTJoti-
ifcsu, CMot of Unit d Blab Fa
Bm I Jommand, to'day
urged the um ol the .itom bomb
agalnat Communist China.
Major-General O'Donncll hu
returned in tha United Slates for
i and of the PVtoenth Air
Force hen- Brigadier Cviht.iI
James E. Briggs. Commander "f
the Far East An- Force Bomber
Commands Advance Headquart-
ers at Okinawa, Micceeds Major
General O'DonncIl in Tokyo.
Reuter
Wolves Attack
Two Men
FORLl. ITALY Jan 18.
Wolves last night attacked and
injured two men off Monte Cor-
iii.. U miles south of Forll.
The men were lilting .-now
tains to their car when IbOJ
ere set upon by a pack of wolves
driven by hunger from wooded
oun tains They were bitten
mral times before thev drove
the animals offReuler.
Hospitals
Lack Blood
II
NO COALITION
LONDON. Jan 18.
Prime Minister Clement Attlec
tonight denied rumours that the
1-abour Government would form
a coalition with the Conservative
Opposition Party.
Speaking at a London Labour
Party function, he said: "I do not
know where thOOf dories come
from
"I can assure you. however, that
we shall follow the course which
we set in 1MB and continue that
course of peace. Justice, and the
reorganisation of the economic
Hfe of thi* -iuntr> "
Heater.
;/ KILLED IN ITALIAN
SNOW STORMS
HOME, Jan 18.
At least eleven people were
killed In snowstorms and wild
Kales which have swept Ita!>
the past three days. Latest vic-
tims ran two workers killed to-
nicht by an avalanche of snow
near Trento in the mountainous
part of Northern Italy. Some flsh-
er drowned at sea yes-
terday during the gales Two
under
valan he "( snow north of Ven-
ice. This was the death-roll
after three days of some of th<
worst weather to hit the Italian
peninsula In living memory.
Heater
LONIKJN. Jh
over a wide area
mirth of 1 i r I
blood that urgent operation- m
being postponed.
Dr. J. .fame.,. Director of the
area's blood transfusion service
aid this today when he appealed
toi blood donor to btltld up nip*
I lie cause of the shortage was
the "usually high incident of ill-
ness for this time of the year."
Dr, James safd.
ItepresentativcN of 0.000 London
doctors called today for "drastic
action" to provide extra hospital
beds to meet the present sickness
'.v;ivr.
They urged that hospital beds
should not be used for maternity
i- ii, which no com plications
expected Dr Frank Gray,
secretary of the I-ondon local
medical committee said: "One out
of every three emergency cases Is
being refused admission to the
hoipilal This is the worst winter
for illness wr ha"e had for many
vear> Rruter
BARBADOS LEADS THE
W.l. WITH GUIDES
I.ADY BADEN POWELL, Chid Cuide of the World,
arrived In Barbados yesterday mornun; from Erg].....i b)
ihr Krt nch S. S. Colomhic on hei foui th visit i< the isliml
. crump-*n it'll '>>' Mfl Sci:.'.aiy. Mis.' I>t nii;i 1
Hamsden
OX THE
WWW
JOHANNESnUPG
A Bwullnnd nibesman
drawing water from a river
near Mokwitt
by i la-foot crocodile. In
twtparatla '" bti Um k-,>
... t an
him. Badl) in]...... an
kigad io rmlM the ajga n hkI
tha erocodUa Bhoi by a
poll,.-nun IntMa
the remains of four missing
villagers.
Lady Baden Powell was llrst
hen in ISIS then In IBM and
"Hi:
8 making a lour <>t I
i.ii K iii the < 'i: .'. b*lore
land km letlma la
Vurli.
Prft-i-i*
She
.1-1 I.O.H I
Mrs E. I
Commissionr
As-o.nl
was intransit foi
to meet her weie
Williams, Island
of the (in! Guides'
M.ijoi (' (ilindoi
OX \ ISII TO IIIIOIHI I.
Talks On Budget
Adjourned
PARIS, Jan. 18.
The Pans Municipal Council
after an all night titling, at dawn
(ouriied unlit this after-
mn*n the debate on the 1851 bud-
get so tar rejected five times.
If the Council rejects the bud-
get to-right the State may impose
an emergency budget lo keep es-
sential services going The muni-
cipal budget, never before reject-
ed in history, has run inlo opposi-
tion from Communists and Gaul-
liils. both parlies objecting to the
composition of tha Finance Com-
mittee that drafted the budget
The budget does not add lo taxes
In Paris proper but proposes to
rain iao.ooo.0oo francs by new
es on suburban residents.
It eater
Jamaica- Vomiting
Skkitett Kill* 40
KINGSTON. J Jamaica's annual winter killer

mi harvest
I]. nrinn^ ehtldrer 11 e
ions of the community
bout 40 deaths have
>*e(i in the various par-
.-' in st

r*0i neailv 50 yeai s the malady
i i Rifled all medical experti
t i :.!cd it. some claiming it
mg, other-
.' |* .in
Sug(i>"-ti<'iis have baen t>Jt for-
til to ask
:_ Ui Had H '
1 here I in>*icn-
'.u killer Fasts On
Honeymoon
LILLE, Northern France,
Jan II.
Turbanned and robed in while
latin, Miss Ghelyv 36. climbed
into a glass coffin here late last
night in an attempt to beat the
World fasting record.
The present holder, with 58
dg i (0 his credit i* Fnkir Uurmah
reported at present In the middle
of a 40 diy fast while on honey-
moon In Milan.
He established ills record here
Insl summer lying in a ulass case
D vipers and pythons aev-
w.il ol which liied before the end
,.i :n. f.i.t
Miss Ghelys. l->nt in India of
French parents took .nto the
"coffin" a tube of lip-tick. l->x of
powder, a nrayer book and a litre
..( asatssr She said she would fast
r least 00 days, perhaps 120. Her
ImpraaaarfO ^aid she had been
traTnlna for seveial years and re-
mtl] ranted 24 days in Baroalono
Reater.
Australia Cannot
Accept ChiiiUi Proposal
SYDNEY Jan. 10.
n FowigB ::.....
Pi Bpeudar, m-nighi etuwd um
Chinese counter proposal on
Korea completely unacceptable to
Australia
Until the official ChnTM
.vas raeetved aoma onpi
remain In doubt be -aid bu added
ire appar-
IM t U aaek their ot>-
' Fat East by mill-
tnry measures in defiance of the
\ |g n gnd so frustrate
It"i il. Acting Island Cominisaioner
of (he Hoy Scouts' Association aim
Majoi Dennis Vaughaii the C^>v
ernorV ADC
At 9 20. I-ady Baden Powoll
stepped olf the Pol cc launch 10
tha Baggage Warehouse when- i
guard of honour of 24 p outs, M
iiddea gftd a number of scoutcre
and guiders were drawn up in
U formation with th
and guldsrrs forminki bm bswa oi
Ihr 0
N ii irton, m it E Com
r.,issloiMr for Camping, was In
harfe of the guard of hottOUl
The chief rjuida graetad lh"
emlH?rs of the guard of bOOOUl
and also bad a br ef chat with
aaA of them. Sh<> n-cogiiised^ow
girl who was a Brownie when
she visited the Island last. Thai
girt Is now a Sea Ranger.
Addressing the guard of honour,
she said that It was delightful to
them turn out so smartly and
was ai-u deeph t"u I ! .
the warm welcome shown '" bffl
here as elsewhere She was on
her way to Trinidad imt would
be returning in Fehniary when
h" would nave more time to
*p I^adv Haden Powell told ih'-
Advaeate that she was tremen-
dcuily glad to Ih- back in Bar-
bados onto moo Naturaliv ^h>-
said, it was the grenteM rtcligh:
t0 And UM guute movement just
s well as am
idea has always been in
the foiefront In guide work in
the West Indies and I hav. vr
oUectlon* of my former
visits and appreciate verv much
lha kindl welcome that has been
nrepared for rnc" sh<
1. len Powell .-riderl that
n a tour like this, her aim was
to lo and bring Word r,f cheer
and eneinirai'.emcnt lo the guide*
. nil part i f this big
i ,T .!. '' rh sh<-
Two Killed
In Home
Disorders
IIOMK. Jan. 18.
The death roll in the eaat Com-
unisi canipn'gn agitation against
ciiii.il Enmchi tgsnshowaf'a visit
to Italy roae to two to-night with
'tings of deiiHinsh.itois at
(' iniucK Ken town
at the mouth ol the Uivei l'o in
North Kaslern Hsly
Another demonstrator was shot
in a clash with lha
INiIke in the small town of Adraiv
I the foot of Itna ' w* ..... ii
Sicily
Kinenhouei who ajTfVOl] OVtJ
night from Lnh-.n on nfti unraa
UUf- Of Allanli. FOd II M
U daj m I Italian Preside i Lulgl
ttnaudij PrlnM Ulntav Kl kh
DO (Jssprri. |M Miinsl.i ol lie
Hlohrtoi "' Foratoi
Affairs. He also saw ' !
[ai .i CT 'ef of the Italian Oan
.ral Stall and Armv. Naw aei
Mr Force chiefs
rhlrt) nine polli and danun
i i iv Injund in tin
Adrano dash. In the hi.....n > i
of Italy, [ai1icol.ii i\
lice fore
. . the wai held In I i
B Communist attempt to launch
nation-wide Horn "i prob I
U me while Ki >
icued with poUtaeaJ and mlUtan
i Miousallds of police lined
i tfniigli
\\ ill London
Back U.S.
On Peking?
. 1.UNIION. Jon is
T m Bri .-ii Cabl
Ina rtfuoml In
i. .i Natlora prapot ilg hM
Kon
I ha nab ua li aofori lha Cb-
,. hi- Up mstniiUoi'.s
m the chli f Brtuah delegate u>
I.i tinted Nations. Su Qladwyn
lebb, lur lodaya csillcnl meaUng
il ih. PoUtteal Conuntnoo For-
:-ii Bacratar] Bavin, |uat roi m -
i chill was at the Cab-
ri iiii'ciuii:
The Cabinet had to dacWl
not it would back the
-spet-tcd American rcNoluHhn
,i.in.imt China as an aggressor
. |... Mnl.no has tried lo avoid
. MkeU lo rule out the
iOfjotiatloni with in
The meeting w.i- held in a poll-
ical almospbere whu-h sliowed
qualified approval of the Cabinet
changes announced best night.
The appointment of Aiieurin
lievan. furiner He
tha Labour Ministry was XBOCOod
o bung a new UnpatU U Wt
manpower ponay But 1'rlme
Minister Attlee was criticised to-
day for not taking bis reshuffle
i irthoa
Lord Benvet brook '* Kvcnlng
M.iwbrrt ,1.1 the..- w.......n.iiiKi- .. ,, | |
li "vital defence Ministries" and
- ailing Mr Hevlu" remalntnl at
I (" Fon i^'. OBV
bngiug lo the power he should
ro ralUwjuiabaa long ago "
A [ytndon evening paper, usual-
.% v nij>.ithi'tn t. I..1I10111 aid
I ibou 1 Members of Parliament
1. I( wl

Renter
Austin said thut tne Gvnerai
should call on lh
Hues,- to eonaa
.nut United Nations (OKI gfl
' withdraw Ch noaa ton
We believe the
\l 11 1.1, should affirm the deter-
ntnatiou of tbc United N ;
Mounuo Iti eiioits to gaoot
aggression in Korea
The "General Aascmbly should
.-all upon all states to lend
usistance t" the United Nations
and to refrain from Ryjng
1 tu i.ggrrssors "By doing
a ihlnp the Assenbl* would
doi Ida 00 the prtni IpM of cot-
leetlve measures'
Austin said that the Chinese
Communist reply apparently
ihuwed that Peking regarded the
Culled Nations as a "vers 1
and contemptible body" He sain
the "ceasefire effort has fallfd.
We have failed, not heeause at
^nv lack of effort-or goodwill on
the part of the United Nations,
bul U'cause those who fear and
hate the United Nations have de-
rided our efforts "
Austin then suggested that the
Assembly should call on the Col-
lective Measures Committee, new-
, .,, uted 1 1 .rni i" stud> #IUH
measures should nest be taken
,V the same time the America*
delegate proposed to keep in to-
bttaOCO sOnM "good offices body
10 deal with Peking if It decided
lo offer peace
We can do no less If the prin-
1 inle of ciillwlive security Is to
survive." Austin said
The Chinese Communists snust
now "take the consequences of
ihelr action The United Nations
had turned its cheek'lhree limes
i for peace. Each time
1 treated with derision
. the Peking authorities, he said
After reviewing the past st-
,.,.,,! of the United Nation" to
arrive at some peaceful solution,
\ Un -;iid that forbearance of
lha United Nstlona had spparent-
h stiengthened the contempt In
which the Chinese Communist
held the organisation "We have
.. received evidence of this sl-
ut.id. in a final rebuff of our
iienrc approaches to the Chinese
In
1 mist regime"
guaidmg
1 ItJier^ Aci. |"
tops and balconies a
fOreOI were held l|
iranifk points.
led
an root
50 DOWN WITH FLU
NKW YflllK. Jan 18 !
Kitty o| the ciew and 12 pas-
ngcr i name ill with mlbi.i,/.,
Donrd lha fmu h luv 1 UworM
vhleh stTiVOd Ul N< York from
aanrtot
Reuter
TELL TIIE ADVOCATE
III) NEWS
RINO 3111
DAY (>R NlOHT
the
of
50,000 PLANES PER
YEAR
WASHINC.TON. Jan 18.
America i- to build ,1 iiroductlou
I ..iM- to produce ftn.nOfl v,.uplain.
and 35.000 lanki paj vear Th
a ill Ik- Included In tha progi '">"
for buying anna needed n'.nied
ately. acenrdin- ! the l><'fen<<
mUppend- ih>pai'meiit
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MR VICTOR CUWAr.r> ilsftl, Sir Efs*d "'inard's brother, arrivsg
>:iiglsud ye.trdiv by uts "Oolom a- Us u plctur*d here at
te# Baggsg* Warshous* with Mr A-oo. aud Oil IdwarC
Brazil Guanis
Against Illness
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Europe because of Lnflii
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B.B.C. Under Fire
BANISH CROONERS: GET
NEW ANNOUNCERS
I n-JlvON. J:,n 10.
70-year-
rvaUve Member of Par-
liam.-n'. has advised lha MtUfl

- unuan with
dn wea-
. asHaor-

endall
crooning and much >'
Vehement protests against the
B B C's poll' n are contained in ,
over 1/*00,000 A-araa of fimmt'
volunteered b> indivic ir.lo id
oraa'osations throughout R<-ltai
'
minding a separate br-.rtcaatii>
1; Mi an BOpU wi'h
-
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Vote Full Strike
Powers For Union
ESSKN. Jan 18
Over 02 per COM y f I
.11 in mlnom voted fuD a
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A'eat German News uenoj ri
daj Cna iuiton li lo
negotiate l.alour'f. part pi
in the m.uimtemi'i.t o( the mining
..... wink-
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and iion <>ri mines Observers
linlay thnt tin Miners'
no 7.'> par
In 1 \ 1 trli 1
The Wist German MOttl W01 k
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of voluntary ei
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, JANUARY l. 1*31
Ccmib gaUinq
Former Secretary
Lancashire C.C.
MAJOR and Mr*. Rupert
Howard arrived from Eng-
land by HW ColomtMe
monmifc to penri a month's hoU-
.1! the Baggage Warehouse by Mr
Jag Kidm-)
Major Howard it a former Sec-
retary of the Lancashire Cricket
Club and ha* twice gone lo Au-
m-lia Ss Manager of the M.CC.
II. went m 1W and 146.
About the West Indies tour u
England lasi year, he thought that
tk*S hud rtow it fine job.
Their son Nisei it at praacnt
Captain of the Lancashire Cricket
Club, His brother Barry ta Cap-
labl Major and Mrs Hownrri rr
Mating "I the Windsor Hotel
Niece Arrives
\RR1VING by the < Sosnbtr
yesterday from England I
spend three months* holiday her
was Mis* Diana Smart. She i
*t.tying wrth Mr. and Mrs Eric
Way at "Indian Pond", St. Joaeph.
Than* is their niece.
BM -. Sit pm Mi inarta Mo*.
1 pi. Mrr.d.,.1 Ner Hr-'lrNS* S 11
1 1* m Mr., pm Fi*f inter Uv law. Ik i> *
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C^-oa run* .i,d Bart Film. am Thf k->l SIS pit. Bnflliah MsaseMr
le*a.SIS ,, ,,k plI,
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Tha Ne*.. IS 10 pm Nr-t AnH.'pr,,ii. IS SI pm <*pa Orrtwatr*. !
17 11 p.m. Ck* Do* 11. til pm Ptom_p ni Thr IMmW Continue*. II pm Bins
Prpm.. po
To Jain Up
B.B.C. Radio Programme
rai*Ai UM \ai m mMi
- The
a
1
Housewives' Goide
frlrea In like local naarket
for Large Temaiees nd
Miter Resuaa when Use Ad-
vocate cheefced eeterd>
were:
Large Tomatoes I/- per
BSJJSSSSJ
nutterbeasM 1/ per pew nil
and thm Sketch Book-13
I
ReaaWs mm iha_____......
U S,.k. ' Yew tmr hear* wh*r
choary vox*
Ha is jam !> itit
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Rosalie." Mjjba Ro-Tf T s
nnasd 10 be i iking *. of bar.
!' not '.., Sbs n.-t havf
ji ihs KfJM ot raa. I i_
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CasaagMi GioWW'.
M
MB. AND MBU) IT. F SItEARN arrived by the Colonbie yesUrday
from EngUnd They re putur^a her- at the Baggage Wareliotwc.
Their young >ou, not ^eeii in Uie picture, aceom^amed them
Mr. Bhearn la Mausgei of the Barbsdo* Cooptrage.
SIR EDWARD CUNARTJ S broth-
er Mr. Victor Cunard
from England vi Hi i
a holiday In Barbados. Mr Am>s
met him on board Uv t'olombie
and Sir Edward was at (IM Bag-
Kgc Warehouse. Mr Vicloi
Cunard t* staying with S
at "Glitter Bay", St. James
On Visit To U.K.
AJOIt OFC WALCOl'l
who left on the i...iiii<. ye-
terday for England, told Cariu
that during the tirst week of hi"
3j months' sU) in thi- United
Kingdom, ho will he stght-seelna
and acquiring a knowledgr of lift"
In London beli.rr sjrtllng
insight into the operation of Dor-
rtal Iiistituliiins and Industrial
Schools.
Major Wali-otl is Superinlendeiu
of Ue Oovernnicnt IndugtrUtl
S.-bools of thu Colony. His trip 1"
England la for the purpose of fur-
thering his knowledge of Prison
Administration. Borstal* and In-
.luitrla! SehooL<
At the Baggage Warehouse to
ice him off wen- I,t Col J CVa-
nell, Officer Commondin;. the Bar
bados Regiment of which Mn|<>i
Walcott is second in Cuiiimand, In
relative* and many of his friend*
British Council's
Representative
MB H. RISELEY TIK KKIf.
British Council's Represent;!-
tive hars tefl yesterdav for Anti-
gua by 1J.W I A He win gteo v sit
St. Kltts and return to Barbados
in a weeks time. Mr. Tucker i^
the British Council's Representa-
tive for the Wimlwt.id gnd Laa-
ward Island*, us wall its Barbnrto.
Grenada Businessman
MR. B. K. MILNE, Repreaenia-
live of the Standard Oil Com-
pany In Grenada, is now in B..-
bados on a ten-day hu- i
He arrived on Wednesday by the
Fart Townshend and is staying at
the Hotel Royal.
MAJOB OFC WALCOTT. anpoi
intoiidaiit of the Oovtrnmeut Indui>
trial Schools who *a.l!od lor England
ycnterday by the S.B. "OolBto".
Accountant From Dominicn
LEAVING for Trinidad yester
day evening b> B W.I.A. t
attend a Consulatr was Mr W. G
Hunting. Accountant of the firm of
l I--til. Dominica Mr
Hunting 11, nioni
log b) lha SS Colomble.
MR FV.u. i w.lYEH left Id
Puerto Rko yesterday nM>m-
ing by B.W.l.A. en route to in*
I- S Mr. Porter is returning to
rhiladelphia and It Is understood
he will be joining on* of the
i ranches of the U. S Armed
Forxas.
Bahamas Bound
-^POUP-CAPTAIN Edwar
VJT Mole, newly appointed D-
lector of Civil Aviation, Bahamas.
was married at Caxton Hall. Um-
don, last weak. His bride, the
firmer Miss Joan Bowon. struck
.in unusual note by wearing
roaea for her lapel and white foi
her hands and hair. Oroup-CapUn
Mole met his wife during won
vith the Ultra Light Aircraft As
Venezuelan Medico
Leaves
DR and Mrs. Pedro Vicenti
Paez of Venezuela, left Boi
l-.ados yesterday by the Colorable
for Trinidad after spending about
.1 greeks' holiday. Thov were stay-
ing at the Aquatic Club and Hold
Royal.
Dr. and Mrs. Pae* hope to spend
nnolher 3 weeks in Trinidad be-
fore returning home
Trinidadian Returns
MISS CLARETTA CARTER,
who is a cousin of Mr E. C
R Blackett of Trinidad, returned
to Trinidad yesterday evening by
the S S. ( olomWe She had
pent a month's holiday here and
was staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Millar of St. Jude's St
George.
OH to U.K..
MB. and Mrs. J. C. Hotchkia*
left for England yesterday
evening on the S.S. Gesfito fui
about four months' holiday.
M'. Holchklas who Is Assistant
Adviser for Agricultural Educa-
tion attached to CD and W.. is
now paying his first visit back
home aince I'M7
Promoted Co Captain
BEN FAIRWEATHER, an old
pupil of Harrison College who
has been in the U. S. Army for the
last nine years has been recently
promoted from the rank of Lieu-
tsnant to that of Captain, his aunt.
Miss Sadie Eversley. told Carib
yesterday. Capt Fairweather is
now in Korea. Ha is a nephaw
of Mr Roland Eversley, Poor Law
Inspector of Christ Church.
For Six Weeks' Holiday
MISS IRIS ARTHUR left yes-
terday evening by the
(li>mhie fbr Trinidad where
ill spend six weeks' holiday
HAH* HAM I ;.... IIAHHI.I I I
IN THE WILD WESTERN STY1.K
at the
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COSTUMES OPTIONAL
We'll get the Sheriff
And take his gun.
We'll lock him up
And all have fun'
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FRIDAY. JAM \RV l. 1951
BARIIADOS ADVOCATE
P,. .
AGE FIVE
News From Britain
B> DAVID TKMI'l.l: KOIII R|
LONDON. Jan. IJ,
The metting of Prime Minister! <.f Dm British Com-
monmahli. in Loodoti tin. week, hm its mio.ii
somi'i::- ispfflngaspects Though the"Common-
wealth" u> oflii-i.illv dreppsd the ssjsillw "!lritih" h is.
for all thai, an British ;is tht B B.C.
Hotel Owners Plan
To End Mi at Crisis
Could the heads of nine kov-
leet anywhere but m
without lavish flllHJm,
of advisers, wiihou'. publicity,
dramatics, "leakages" to the press
or caviare and champagne recep-
tions? ,
The Whitehall jargon has It
that this Conference U not a
conference but merely an ex-
change of views No wen;h:\
documents arc dr.iitRc |
dining room at No. Hi
Street and with the
United Nation*nu
works all night producing loneocd
documentation of the I
ceudings to be Ml unread on
delegate'' breakfast
following marnltui. In
all very quiet, smooth. BriUlb
and Imperial The British Empire
used to be governed by quiet
conversation between unknown
civil sen-ants in first-floor rooms
In Whitehall To-day nine Prime
Ministers talk in a hou
the road It * the Common-
wealth
Fir*! Call
A fellow journalist who has
bain looking, for '-stones'" in
Whitehall for more than tbirtj
years tells me how h)
ceived when he first called at the
India Office An immensely lofty.
vastly elegant, young matt came
forth and spoke to him in the en-
trance lobby. He believes he *
tht first reporter ever seen in
thsse noble precincts It
He was led into the company of
the gre^t tt.i an re,
to see this st:;
"gentlernaH of the Pi CM", and sal
around In a circle srMaa
thsm. de!erenti.illv and politely.
i. series of ques'i
modern PrMi rorifcrciicc ba iv-
verse. Now hundreds of rorrr-
>pondcnt convSTgS every even-
ing In the sn~e buildingits
new namt Is the Commonwealth
Relations Onlreand Hat Secre-
tary of State, flanked by eariOOl
Press officers, arrive* freaa thi
Prime Minister's mectlnj: to tell
the Pre** vii' i
possible of what hns happened
Though the Press. Is do longer the
curiosity it was when my col-
leagues first dared enter the tloon
of offlclaktom there tat
remnant of that old att
The most hardened American cor-
respondent suddenly find* the ln-
qslsitlvc, staccato u"1
which he trains himself, have
died on his lipsparalysed by
British courtesy.
And I imagine tin BOOM in the
Prime Minsiter's room is much
the same, in spite of their differ-
ences of temperament
ttsai viewpoint and of religion it
Is impossible to imagine Liaq.uat
All Khan of Pakistan, Dr. Danger
of South Africa. Mr. St Laurent
of Canada, or Mr. Nehru of In-
dia actually arguing under the
eyas of Clement Attlee. Discus-
sion, exchange of views. yean yet this week thbi timid, anodyne
approach to the gigantic atrug-
glas of the world seems to hove
produced the world'-; be
a plan for pacifying Asia that has
the backing of nine governments
When the Council of Foreign
Ministers meet they are always
referred to as the "Big Four"
there Is a conscious publicity
build-up to emphasise the power
of the four unhappy
pinned to the Conference table
by their anxieties. But the power
of this Commonwealth now
meeting In London Is rarely em-
phasised. Since they will not du
It themselves I propose to make
the point that the nine countries
conferring in London hold key
positions In every area of the!
globe.
VM.1
Canada is vital to the defence
of the United States. She stands
on the air-route from America to
Asia and on the shortest route;
from America to Russia, or in-
deed te Kurnpe Her political:
convict*** are the shield of the1
United* States Without her'
America cannot go into battle
Pakistan u* the large
power In the world. It is the
largest In population, in economic
resources, and in influence. There
is no military force of world
ftretegk significance between the
l'akistaa Army on the Indus and
the Afghan frontier, and the
Turkish army defending the
plateau of Asia Minor. The de-
fence of the Middle East de-
pends, ultimately, on Pakistan and
the future of the Middle East
must revolve, in the end. around)
the future of Pakistan whirh is
In the vanguard of development
of a modem Moslem Ban*.
South Africa and Khodesia.
which is also represented in
tie at home in Africa.
living in thai continent, and
ph*dkged to that continent With-
i.t their support its defence
would be 'mposstble.
Mr Nehru exerts his mag-
netic: influence over the millions
Of South snd South-east Asia
' ix months have demon-
strated the cracks in his inter-
natit.nnl armourthe weaknesses
and ncctinafv of his relations
with nil neighboursbut at the
nave proved him
ie Cassandra on China's
next moves
Australia, and New Zealand
also, share an unique position as
the farthest outposts of Europe
countries rntnded to
Europe yet deeply Involved in the
f:ite ut the Far East. They arc
i wise and
MaVidh P*>lic towards the Fan*
East has to be mountedor they
;tre the last and only line of
MtoaM a- Data -ere against
Japan
The Link
nnall] Itiitain. herself, is an
element in this Common*ealth
supplyiiis the link with Europe.
the strategic attachment to the
Atlantic defence system, the
' imputation, the centre
of finance. European defence
ue as nothing without.
Ilrlmin She holds the key to
Europe's policies On another
rime. Britain is tin- link of all
lbs millions of the Common-
wealth to an ancient trndit'nn ad
law and justice, culture Bad ktaM
back to Gnwce and
Rome.
i'.riKv ihis review is immod-
est and vain-gloriousbut can it
be ihnlhnged? Surely it serves
to st*M why the decisions of the
altli Prime Ministers
the. week are so influential in
Washington. In every area where
th*- United Stntes has to think nr
the defence of its interests one or
other Commonwealth country
holds the kev to the strategic.
sod political situation
So we have experienced an
extraordinary turn 'r American
policy this week. The "Formosa-
i'-.i'. the Asialationists, Hit-
men on MacArthur's bandwjgon.
are momentarily in retreat. The
Con 11 noii wealth Prime Ministers
derided unanimously that-^on-
dKkataal nn a cease-fire they
could see Communist China at lhe>
United Nauons. Formosa discussed
"f its return to China.
and a Japanese Treatv approved
by China. Two. at least, of the***
propositions ware unacceptable to
Washington prior to the Common-
wealth decision, But immediately
nftcevanl*. they were accepted.
and are the best hope of peace.
The lesion Is that once the
Commonwealth countries are
united on a line of policy they are
Inlltieniljil In world affairs out of
;.ll proportion to their individual.
nr even their collective strength.
But when they are divided they
are powerless.
It seems u titanic argument for
settling the Kaanir dispute
between India and Pakistan
Within 'he Commonwealth and
without further recourse to the
United Nations.
Freedom From Fog.
Every evening at six u fog set-
tles on the resort of St. Mortta.
An English scientist has now
succeeded in spraying the fog and
making it snowat a cost of about
El. But the New York pre-
fabricated weather men doubt if
he rim do it in I-ondon where the
foga are warmwarm, and thick
and dirty.
JSend Last Minute
Fire Chief Stops
Samson And Delilah
I-ORT-0F-SPA1N. Jan. 16
Fire Brigade Superintendent
Major R. G. Con, exercising the
powers vested in him and the
Police CNxnrnisstoner under th.
regulations of the Cinematograph
Ordinance, ordered a **no per-
formance" of the 8 showing
r.iramounl'* "Samson ar
lah," on Sunday evening.
The Fire Chief said: "The crowu
at the Aslor Theatre were block-
ing the entrances, and that situa-
tion constituted a very grave dan-
Red Cliina Wants Status
In UN. Established
LONDON. Jan IS.
unifl China in her reply to the Kutea cease Are
plan proposed lhat her If u In th* United Na-
Hont should rx- "definitely' established as irom the be-
ginning of negotiations it \/s* discloaed to-day.
This was the last point of the
1o*r fold rounternlon for the set-
tlement of the Korean war an
which she asked for negotiations
to begin at nn early date.
riu- pmni v made clear win
the full text of the reply by Peking
became available in London.
Mot of the text was issued last
\ .1 New China News
but the concluding para-
Trade Mission from this country graphs were mutilated by poor
which opens in Trinidad on Jan- radio lecen'iun from Peking.
nary 22nd Mr. F. Flanagan Of The thst two proposals made bv
the West Indies Buyers Guide. Peking were
one of the organisers of the Mis- A That negotiations he conduct-
told me this week that he ed on the basis of the withdrawal
of all foreign troops from Korea
nd a solution of the internal
affairs of Korea by the Korean
people themselves
B. That the subjects for nego-
guar- tiatlons should include the with
that hL drawnl of United States armed
ir.B, oar 0>a IWihmmhii
POHT-OFSPAIN Jan 10
In an effort to solve the meat
shortage problem now facing
Trinidad, a member of rity betel
proprietors have forwarded cer-
tarn proposals to Mr A. A.
Douglas, ecunc Controller of Im-
ports and Exports,
During the week-end hotel pro-
prsrters and housewives were *-* ,. ,. m
faced with the problem of pro- LxfllDltS lO bXpOrl
viaing some other fare to take
the place of the usual "meat
menu." Requesu
The few butcsiera who seeured from "rltl*n MenufBcturers wish- night
some fresh beef were unable to !?* -,-?'tP pBrt in -*** Export Agencv
satisfy the many customers who
Hooked their stalls Fish, wan
erved by many housewives un
Sunday Meanwhile Uiquiries in
cfflcial circles disclosed that Gov-
ernment has nee yet formulated
any definite plan to cope with the
ituatlon. The hotel owners are
now awaiting goi-ernment
action lo their proposals
LONDON. Jan.
will continue sending air-freight
parcels of last-minute exhibits
until January 17th After that
*e* dale, however, no exhibits can be
delivered In lime for the opening
day. "And unless we i
nntee to an exhibitor
goods will le OB display in every f-rees from Taiwan Formosa-
Brt of the West Indies where the and Talpch
Isslon puts on a show, we will The full text of the tin
not accept an order," Mr Flanagan fourth points and the concluding

Nehru Talks With
Lie In Paris
PARIS. Jan
Premier Nehru
_ iph of the replyavailable
todaywere as follows:
C. That nations participating in
negotiations be seven nations,
namely The People's Republic of
China, the Union of Soviet Social-
ist Republics, the United Kingdom,
the United States of America,
Kiante, India and Egypt and that
the legitimate status of the
net IVopk'** Republic of China in the
:* Indian Premier Nehru mei People's Republic of China in the
Trygve Lie. Secretary General of United Nations be definitely cstab-
the United Nations here lo-day llshed as from a convocation of
. ... .. 'he seven-nation conference.
Observers believed they stir- D Tnat th(. ,,, for lho gevm
vcyed world affairs with particu- nations conference be China
ler reference to the Far East aud if the above mentioned pro-
Ihe possible United Nations moves* posals meet with the agreement of
rfWWkLl L A ? nottlT. totnming Pekinn's reply to the the United Nations and the nations
of me when tasked them to move- Knrma , .._,,
Korean cease lit
Major Cox said he was rather
surprised to see the surging crowds
refuse to move even with the
proposal. concerned. We hope that the con-
, duction of negotiations at an early
Talks took place at the irsidcmc riBt). wm promote the speediest
of the Indian Ambassador in Parts, ,.nding of the war in Korea and
Sadar Malik where Nehru earlier peaceful s.-ttlenient of the prob-
il'_fcSJr5Sr-..ThI J SEi -l" SJ-aSK rS-5 E=7*sr
thick that it had become
necessary for me to use the pow-
ers vested in me by declaring a
"no performance" ot the picture
for that
Minister f<
i flail
r the Council of Europe
The French atom
Joliot-Cune Who W.is relievei el
... .1. ._ *- L hi* post with the French Atomic
* H!** V2 L*?* H!* Commission for Pro-Communn-i
statementi called on Nehru earliti.
Premier Pleven was givint i
lunch in Nehru's honour whicn
French ministers and leading pol-
iticians were attending.
first time in Trinidad that
showing of a picture had beei
stopped because of surging crowd:
ouuade the theatre.
Reuter Is
Again Berlin's
Lord Mayor
Swallows One Cent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 18.
While playing at home last
Saturday afternoon. Muslin
Mohammed S years of Legua.
swallowed a one cent coin.
The child had been playing
with the coin for some time when
the mother was attracted by her
sudden fit of coughing and sus-
pected that a missing coin w*
the cause of the trouble
X-ray examination
cent m the _'
up to late yesterday afternoon it
was still there, but she did not
seem in any way worried by it.
Nehru was u> confer later '-0-
day and to-morrow with diplomat* Profes;
in European capitals who promise year-old
to meet him.
neuter
BERLIN. Jan. 18.
Ernest Ileuler, 61-
leadlng Ilcrlln Social
"ected Lord
first B.G. Girl
Radiographer
From Our Own Corrsr"nOrH'
GEORGETOWN, B.O., Jan. lfl. (
The first Guianese girl to qualify
H radiographer is Miss Kathleen
Hanoman wno returned home last
Sunday. Miss Hanoman who is
the sister of Dr. B. S Hanoman
left the Colony five years ago aiu\]
entered the National University.;
Dublin. After spending some time
at Ihie University she proceeded to
St Vincent Hospital where she die*
practical work. After qualifying
In Radiography mid Radlotheiai -
Miss Hanoman practised In Lon-
don Hospitals She is a Member 01
the Society of Radiographer-
London.
lVmocrat. was "re-el
Mayor here today
West llerlln's city Parliament
re-elected him for the next four
years with 77 against II votes. 3
abotenbegu and one invalid voti
By this vote Parlincnent In
Mructed Professor Reuter to form
u three-party coalition city Ooe-
einment (Senate) which must be
approved by Parliament at it
!. xl session on February I.
The Chilstion Democrats today
ipving and sabotage, w.tlulre.- the name of I>i Walter
h NewsTUency said today. Srhnrtber s their candidate
tnv post.
Tbej were found guilty ot ac- They ulso imreed to give six
tlons "tending to undermine the Senate seats to the Social Da
Peiiplr's democracy and lo restore ciats. four each to the Christian
the capitalist regime even at the Democrat* and free Democrats,
price of a new world war", the while the poel Of Senator for I:
Agency said. terior Affairs will be given lo
., non-party delegate.
One of the leaders was Vaclav Schreiber. Berlin chairman of
Novoy. former director of the the Christian Democratic partj
national "motor works". He was u ,n be deputy I-ird Mayor, pro-
scntcnccd to 18 years. vlded Parliament approves of hi
Neuter. nomination. Heuler.
Czechs Gaol 9
For Spying
PRAGUE, Jan. 18.
, Nine men have been sentenced
jft lofated ** to pn*>n terms ranging from six to
.^_rt2H^JnS -oTear.
Finns, Rnseions
Will Continue at
Friendship
WB.S1NKI j*n ia
Prime Minister. Uhri
Ktykonen, m a -latemem on the
i^-ogramnie of the new Fawissfc
uo\-ecament deciared ie4e> UsM
inment woSad preserve
.ii.l develop friendly relations
with Russia
In the economic field, the most
important task was to check tn-
flaUonary tendencies and restate
confidence in Finnish currency. he>
>aid. adding -The Government
will grant wage rises, correspon-
ding to the increase in living costs
nd then take measures against
nnecessary price rises
Jt ruler.
Rimia Returns
Chinese Property
MOSCOW. Jan 16
The announcement that Ruasia
had returned to the Chinese
Coin in u nub, || the property she
had acquired from Japanese own-
ers In Manchuria was regarded
by diplomatic circles to-day as
indicating Kuaso-Chinese friend i
ship.
Ttutse circles said they consid L
ered that the announcement In- j
dicated a "united front" by Com I
ir.iinist |K>wers in Asia
It appeared lo set at rest recant |
..peculation that Moscow and Pe<
king were out of step in currenl
Russian issues, it added -Realer
THERE S PAIN RELIEF
AND TONIC BENEFIT
Teal Yeast Vfet ajiuddy
sooitm sway acasacaas, ecu-1
ralgis, nern snd rbcusneuc I
psim but s docs something I
etsr too l Becaase of ni ssJuable .
sons' proparues Yeast Vss I
helps you to fed hnghnar, look
aetter. sleep more casffy and/
enjoy more carrgy Nest tssst
an want pasa rehWtskt Yeaat-
ii'i '
POPULAR ALL OVER THE WORLD
TRUMAN WELCOMES
DEMOCRAT MOVE
WASHINGTON, Jan IH
President Truman said to-da>
I "ek-omed the Dcmocratli
Party move m the United States
Senate t< \cice approval of the
of American troops m Eu-
rope.
he President reilerate.1 at his
news conference thai he had
:oubt about his authority to send
:io.ips anywhere with or without
Congressional consent
Rut he said under questioning
that he would like en arnnnativ*<
ression of support fium Con
Reuter
Floating Corpse Appeal
Case Goes On
irmm Oiw own Com>pon4rirtt
ItlRT-OF-SPAIN. Jan l
The "FloaUng Corpse" appeal
.iiitn; goes on. And counsel for
the flve spfM*llaMa are putting li
i desperate battle for the lives of
their clients. Application for lea
r. appeal against conviction Is now
ii its fourth day, and go far three
f the defence counsel have ad-
i eased the Court.
HEALTHY
Cuticura
' SOAP
CNEMICO
Chemico
^Saa>LUBRICATINCOIL( _S.-sk )
AND CTCUE REPAIR OUTFIT*
I or Miio*Mb-iunn..tii he.t.ns> ui a Mwrrfy. mrc
rrp*u. Slockc.1 by a sooj .k .Icalet..
mnummmum .w.h
fagjOjsti H\ e.l.YN i:'\. ii a I O.. i in
RrldietoMit Hi. (nil...
HEALTH BENEFITS MJ
* TONES UP DIGESTION
* ENRICHES THE BLOOD
* RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
* BUILDS UP THE BODY
BYNIN ANARA
lllO|lU!llll>IIIIS!II. 1010 0
YEAR BOOK 1951
TYRES nd TUBES
11 ill Mil.I IS ALL SIXES
USE THE TYRES CUAMPIONS USE
Charles Mc Eneamey & Co., Ltd
recommended
fainfiotfedi'y
KI.IM ifctdcal for infant fi-cdinc,--it't always
purr, .in 4ml unitonmly nouHdiing KI.IM *up-
nliis the impniint food eswntijli needed for
nahitn to gru*> ><"% -ml i.i.ililn. And KI.IM is
r .i.lll' digesredenoCber Mlipnrtant feaiiire.
Above all, KI.IM i\ Jr foml.-Mr It's nui vutprit-
ing th^i so many Morherx prefer it!
1. KLIM is pure, safe mils
2. KLIM.ceps without retriejeratio*
3. KLIM quality K always uniform
4. KLIM it e.cellenl lor growing children
5. KLIM odd* nourishment la cooked dltbtt
IB* KLIM IS RECOMMINDID FOR INFANT HI0INOI
V 7. KLIM Is sofa la the tpee felly-socked tie
8. KLIM i* produead aadr sfricteit e.arrl
uu ,-s3Ar'
KLIM MOLK
The Advocate Co Ud. wUl publish a Yoat Book ol Barbados
in 1951.
The Year Book will contain three parts:
(II Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on
a wide variety ol 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 lo lind
under one cover.
(2) Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar,
soap, butter, lard, ice, gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels
etc.
(31 A Who's Who of Barbadians you should know about
A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale
M.L.C.. Managing Director of the Advocate (-*>. Ltd.. Vice
President oi the Barbados Chamber of Commerce, Mr. George
Hunte, Assistant Editor of the Barbados Advocate, Mr. Neville
Connell Director ol the Barbados Museum and Mi. Trevor Gale
Advertising Director of the Barbados Advocate will be respon-
sible lor the publication.
The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the
Year Book a representative of all aspects oi life in Barbados
and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries ol Societies
Clubs, Institutions, and business, social and other organisation:,
ol all kinds lo send 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 ol all Ihose to be considered tot
inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed.
Advertisers are asked to get in touch with
Mr, Trevor Gale,
Advertising Director.
Barbados Advocate,
34 Broad Street.
This is one publication that no advertiser can afford to
ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afford to bt:
without the Year Book of Barbados 1951
(AN ADVOCATE PUBLICATION.


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, JAM ARY 19, 1*51
rBADO^j^AMgffE
Friday, January 19. 1951
TWM.II
WHILE the Ciovcrnment lias made
amends to women by altering tha wording
of the origin*] advertisement catting for
applicants for the post of Librarian at the
Public Library, and the Colonial Secre-
tary has set a welcome precedent for Bar-
bados by publicly thanking this news-
paper for drawing his attention to the
error, yel the public persist in believing
that the post is earmarked for a man.
The foundation for the rumour appears
to be built on a statement, which is sup-
posed to have originated in official circles,
that it is essential that this particular post
should be filled by a man.
The rumour embellishes this story by
giving reasons advanced officially why a
man librarian is essential: The scope of
this Ubrary is to be enlarged it is stated.
This will entail the founding of branch
libraries about the country and as it has
been agreed that libraries should remain
open to a late hour in the evening the new
librarian will have to travel around after
dark.
T\> say that it is a curious reason is a
mild comment. It is a libel on all Barba-
dians to suggest that there is danger of a
woman being molested after dark in our
city streets or in our country lanes.
But even if this interpretation of the
reason, which prompts anyone to think
the post an essential one for a man. U a
little overdrawn, there is no question that
if there is a grain of truth in the rumour
then those responsible for suggesting that
a man only can All this particular post are
still in mid-Victorian days. They have not
realized that the 'weaker sex' have dis-
carded the crinoline for slacks and pull
overs and have become 'tough', or that
women not only took an active part in
the firing line in two major wars but
served with distinction in espionage,
where danger bristles at every point and
where the secret service agent is alone
among enemies. Only this week, a true
story in this newspaper described a Cana-
dian woman's adventures and how the
Japs respected her courage.
West Indian and Barbadian women also
served in the forces and it is a flagrant
insult to the women of this island to sug-
gest that they would be afraid to under-
take the duties of librarianship because it
entailed driving around the peaceful
countryside after dark.
As it is quite possible that highly quali-
fied librarians from the Cai ibbean area
and beyond may apply for the post it is
essential that men and women applicants
should be judged only on their qualifica-
tions without the added influence of sex.
mi: council
IN a series of changes which took place
within an extremely short time the mem-
bership of the Legislative Council alter-
nated between fourteen and fifteen the
full complement. From ihe time of the
change increasing the number from nine
to fifteen, there was a vacancy which was
never filled. As soon as it has been filled,
the Lord Bishop has retired from the
Diocese and is now on leave from mem-
bership in the Council. There has been
no official intimation of his retirement, but
in his final sermon and in his Pastoral Let-
ter to the Diocese he has said that he
leaves for good.
There is no reason for asking the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies to increase
the membership of the Council and then
allow a vacancy to remain open for five
years. Now that the Bishop has retired,
it is the duty of the Governor not to follow
this precedent but to recommend for mem-
bership some suitable member of the com-
munity. And there are several of these.
One reason why there should be the full
complement of membership in the Coun-
cil is that the political problems of to-day
are so varied and are becoming so intri-
cate, that a Government would abdicate
its proper functions if it avoided the assist-
ance of people in the community who can
contribute to their solution.
The membership of the Council has been
increased from nine to fifteen for the
specific purpose of bringing to bear on the
deliberations of that body wider interests
and a varied outlook. This can only )*
done when the full complement is main-
tained.
Hollar Imports Ami I lit [ n Island
Improvement In United
|clom Economy
olicy
The >e-,r IBM h,
ttrikiiU improvement in Britain'* B.v PAUL BAstEAU *'n mmedmif and ma*
balance of payments and mi<- crr-ani- in dollar if im.i *
"!" """ u>e_,^oU" "\ '; n s- Al the current rat- l
Sffirs2H?,i33> w-jar ' r-is-s *'
S .... .v:.latlnn of thef,.erl- rlSE "wS"""
few ...... i,,. ,cout- demands lor the rvlaxali.... of '.oh.-i, ban more .InKIn, ' T '.'Tr'liS'!,'
Martin. f.ch.nB mtrol ul of " rotation to Iternr* | |M; *'"' J - I '"
import l.cean( late Britain. "Una arc, incurred .. dollar 'T',"Jf"^, a"vf ' An"'
II can hardly b. ..run tt| thai deficit of no I. Ulan 4.111 nil- 7,t?" *,.'""""
the change In th.< ..'.uat......houlrl "on dollar,,. In 1MB this ilanV-lt *" ,"*** QhUMJaOi
be a matter "I general InMMtf """ >> brouht back t.. 1.710 *, ,S, i-2* .?"*?* T
and IU implication! one of orl million dollari and In ll to " Id Ll!SL V" '*""" " lh'
wide .peculation. What hapiie... I"' million dollar.. The niuir.. "!^ ."S'"0 "' l'-.-"'"'-l' "IU
to alerting .oncem. many rnun- 'or the first nine month, of IDaO "" *V^ * "<"">"""< "> "
trie, ouu.de the Unite! K I that not merely ha! the "" 'Jm"*icufc tf!0af ""
One mijht. In fact, .ay that UM deneit disappeared bul it ha. been "'"'*" O'nota In .lolla, Import
provement in the United Ki i :- r.-pla-.d l>. a genuine st.rplos ol '"* ,ty-
dnm balance of pavinenls an.l In *W i.i.llloi. dollar!. Since over the jURt as (l wou.a u. unwu. .
the position .1 .t.i In..: .. the other tame period Marshall Aid and exaggerate th..........rl
a!pecl ol the .light softenm* other mean, of assistance hav. recent gold l.aiBea sofler.-.! he n.e
process to which th.......la. h.e. brought lh. .terhng are. 661 ,,,.1- , YnX^H,
">^"*.......!SS J^-SL.'SZVrfJK* '>r""n"o> in J
provement In the Unit. K
pi In
... hud Ihe
deep waters of ftorapletc nv.i.
of the cmdunl ee.mo. u jccuunl for this Ibllity of sterliriK and ..bandon-
in the non-dollar area ami of the striking improvement? In most merit of nil restrictions on import.
stresses to which the i iscusMon uf the subject there has In part the lnaa.uiniiiu.1 i" lb
tsflf bM bad * iuboi.1 over 'he probably been too much readiness gold and dollar "
ii Th* Cl " ! .-\|.l.iin ,' in t.Tin, ,,f Korea arttlici;.!. retle.-l,
llustratii>n of thai problem is t>> of United States Ciovernment operations or at 1<
lie f.Mjnd in Uie fact that UM Mockpilin,.;, or exceirtionwl Indus purchases, of the -
Unite gold on a substantial -rale for the and of abnormally high commodi- to come MoreovV
llrst time since watt before Woii.l ty prices. The^* factors hnvc un- ohty Is rtill to buJd up '
War II. Since ihe middle of IflaO questionaly been at work and and dollar re*er\
ihe United SUb hus bear some responnibility (or tho more eomnMi a poll-
fallen by about l.nflfl millm.. high level of hnportl 0 bM | of freedom In I 0*1
dollars art* gooda Into the United Statea monta. Since tb> aold ri-sen.
. i e. r,ut ,hev Iwve done no more thim must be built up .f lb
l-et us. howavor, be carerul n a,wil,.li,:1 ,,lch werc ^ fu)lv ..,.,. reapona:
to exaigcrate the Jimrti'1 ^.rf "lrrj*d.v operalmg when tn. bllities as an IMernaUonal mil
that movement. Allowinit,tha' ft. KirM... ^ ^j^ Wlcy_ |t wouU) (.,Mnnl> |k, Iilc
height of Imprudent c to uM tl'e
recent improvement In the iitua-
tlon as an excuse for Uft-valuln
llOn dollar-, (h,
The position of sterling and tin- and dollar ran i
state of Britain's balance of pay- hud rtaei
merits should thus \>c regarded *i 1.888 mlllloi
part of a much wider problem, m
I Itl'lOll |
ver this period from '^m gold reserves as
n nollars U,' S.TM bSL^'foi aTTSSS
United Slates is losing gold at thi
rate of about 2.000 million dollar-- What has taken plat* during
l year. It has also been giving 1950 |g .-, gradual, mom.':
iway by way of glf". or lending cumulative response to the Rarcu ,h ,-..
abroad, to the tune of rather ove- Quil vrare set in motion by the u'1 *""'*
4.000 million dollars a year Th. valuation* of Septeni-
*wo flfures show iwyond aU ber, 1MB It is true that 0 As far at UtOain and th
question that the United Slates measures to economise dollar sterling area ore eoncerncxl tin
still running sm uppre^-iabli imports which were decided on uy dollar gap haa diappervd fu'r the
it-plus In i>s current occounl sterling area countries in the time being. But loo shoi
balance of payments. The pJisltion summer of 1949. l>egon to have has elapsed since the devai
is still under control H me mme effect before the year was 0f 1949 ana lno ,,,.,, Bbnorma
United States found the loss of oul n,ut it should not be forgotten ty hns chnracterls. 1 tha mb
gold inconvenient and undesira- tndt whereas ihe objective was lo [nK months, to Justify the claim
ble. It could be brought to an end (.ul dollar imports by 25 1*1 cenr lhat !hc dollar gap ha-, bean Bnal-
to-morrow by stopping Kift and t|l(. reduction has been of the iv banished. Tlierc is still oead l0|
loan dollars flowing out of ,in|t.r of 32 per ent in the case further strengthening of tin
mtry Nevertheless, the pos'" of the United Kingdom and even reserves. Consequently the expor;
tlon ha* undergone a fundamen- mon |n mr rcs, (lf ,)u. drWe mUfl gQ on .|u) j^^.
tal charge over the past year io> sterling area. Here is ' dollar unoorta mu: be nwintame
the first time for over lwc,v- clear indication that ihe pn." though every reasonable oppor-
yeurs the visible trade of the mechanism hns been ul woik |Ua1 tUnity should be used to r
"' as much as. or perhaps more controls and to advance toward*
than, Ihe administrative decision.; lho-e lwin ultimate objectives
rot ,
An '
_ trade of the
United States has recently begun
to show an excess of imports OW
exports
Poaltion of Ihe Dollar
This relative deterioration
through which dollar imp .rti convertibility and free mullilale-
were curtailed. It follows that rai trade. from which Britain
oi some relaxation in these decisions stands to gam so much
Paradise
D. V. SCOTT
01 CO., LTD.
TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
t TUE COLONNADE
K.f.'s Sugar luduslry
Tlireateiietl
tlUrbavd.* \aUiir .i.r.p.M.J.nli
GEOKGETOWN. Jan 15
British Guiana', sugar indus-
try, which provides two-thirds
of the Colony's revenue. U
threatened with complete auni-
hil.ition. by the Midden appear
uncc on sugar estates, parlicu
larly along the West (< and
East Bank. Demerara. of "Leaf-
scald" a dreaded plant disease,
hitherto unknown In the Carib-
bean area.
This was disclosed at a Press
Clmference on Saturda>. by
Mr. R. R. Folletl Smith. PTesl-
dent of the British Guiana atafaT
Producer*' Association, who said
that since its appearance at Pin
Uitvlugt November last, "Leaf-
scald" has created fairly wide-
spread damage which is calcu-
lated to reduce the yields verj
considerably. This situation is
so grave lhat H will be neces.
sary to summon from abroad a
plant pathologist who is an expert
on the particular disease.
Mr. FoUclt-Smilh told news
pnpermen that "last November
wo discovered at Pin. Uitvlugt
on the West Coast, that patches
of cane were suffering from
some disease which we had never
seen before in the Colony. 11
looked from the text books to
be a disease which is called
-leafs..ild" As soon as we dis-
covered it we arranged for an
expert to come from the [ntpf>
rial College of Tropical Agricul-
ture to look over it
"He looked at it for three -r
four day* and ho said bo wag
practically certain that it was
bacterium alblllneane. as 1. Main
as anybody could be. without
going about llie complicated
laboratory tests.
"We have since had down over
the Christmas and Now Yei.r
holidays another expert mm
IC.T.A. who has done aadM arerfc
dm in,: the two or three weeks
that he was here. He, too. Is
practically certain lhat it U thai
"leaf sc ild." He Marled certain
experiments to Identify it and to
try, and And oul whether it i>
this particular organism or not,
and also if We have in th-> Colo
ny among the cane varieties one
which is resistant to this disease
The one wa now plant 04104,
Is \ei> susceptible to tin.
disease.
"What we have to do is to
find out If the other varieties wa
have in the Colony are likely to
bo resistant. It ts going lo be a
long Job to do this because not
only mill we have to n it t li
during the first 12 months of
growth but we will have to look
and see after it has been cut
and springs as a first ratoon,
Whether || is going to be affected
then. It is not Just something
which can be determines! within
two or three weeks
"In consequence what we real-
ly need is somebody who is
totioad in this particular work.
Wo have nobody eilher in the
industry or in the Department
of Agriculture who is trained in
this particular branch of work
What the Colony' really needs
is some expeit on the subject.
We are never going to oolvo
Uie problem with Homebody vis-
iting the Industry every now and
then. To make sure lhat we gel
It cleared out. in order to get rid
of it, we cannot Just get some
body to be pricking at il now and
again. We must get some experi
who is trained In this particular
work to study it for two or three
veai
lliihcilo Ihetu oar not been
any disease of this kind in the
W. In.In- h l.-.-s been
Imown in Braill, Mauritius.
Qustanaland and HawaiL These
place- have manage.) to get rid
of It by digging out affected
varieties and finally by finding
some variety which is rosislunl
to it. In these countncv [| Ua-
noticed that the disease could
absolutely kill out on area of
cane That is lo say that where
the disease was in the cane, in-
stead of reaping a crop they
would reap nothing al all. 11
was not Jusl a mater of the crop
batnfl reduced hv one-third or
1 baft
"You can appreciate wnat will
happen to British Guiana if this
situation is allowed lo ..pic.!.
Sugar provide about two-thirds
of the Colony's total revenue I(
thta disease really gels going it
might mean that two-thirds of
the Colony'* revenue will he lost
and if it goes is far as that it
will take .1 long tine before it
'vill be giving a good revenue
again. So we ore in a very
serious position
"At the moment we know lhat
II II H Uitvlugt and that
ft has been discovered in patches
at Leonora (next door) and on
the Bast Bank estates. There
was some suspicion that ihere
waa a patch at Port Mourant but
it was not confirmed because as
soon as they saw something
doubtful they went aim dug it
up quickly and burnt it But
we do know definitely thai it
hi the We*t Coast and Baal B.nk.
Demerara.
"What we ourselves
ia to try and And out, bv each
estate conducting Its own 111 vc>.
wlu-ther or not the disease is
present in any of the e-tatc
'rom Skeldon to Uitvlugt and if
so to what extent. Bul if we
are really going to get down to
this disease, as we must, if we
are Rolng to safeguard the nigU
m.Ui tiv'v revenue and h< coiim
ouence the Colony's revenue we
bavsj to yet somebody from out-
side who is an expert and we
nave to do It quickly."
Asked what was the extent if
damage done at Uitvlugt. Mr
Follett Smith explained thai It
would be difficult to give an esti-
mate at the moment but that
ba fell that the damage \>...
fairly widespread and might welt
reduce their yields at the moment
Igad the extent of dam-
age done so far al approxun.-tel\
5.000 tons of sugar a ftm
The Director of Agriculture.
Mr. H. H. Croucher, announced
oi\ Monday that Government has
taken n serious view of tha ap
paoranca of TsMfwal.r on cer-
lain sugar estates The Qaifltyal
OHlce has been eonununltated
with, and every effort 1- I--in
made> to get an expert ir. the
disease lo come out to the ColOtU
without delay
In the meanwhile groups ol
workers rrom the various estates
have been taken to Pin. Uitvlugt
where the outbreak Is serious.
There they are shown plants
affected by the disease, and are
given lessons on how to recognise
tane affected by it They will go
Lo k l' ,;;iu resp. '.ive 1 -late an '
serve as special wgteh. searching
tha field for any traces of "Leaf-
cald" It is vinderstood tha*.
"Leafscald" spreads rapull\ bv
means of rabi or rufiasaet used on
ilTected plants.
ilium Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, January U.
The future historian will lind nothing
-l>ectacular to record; no major upheavals,
id startling changes, nu memorable events
. iht- past year has brought her undis-
turbed peace, prosperity and a mild measure
1 progress. Nothing ha* occurred to mar
hat atmosphere of internal peace and con-
eiitinent which strikes so forcibly the mind
ii the thoughtful visitor.
'Thanks to the good sense and the good
Aili of all concerned, we have not been vexed
*ith the stupidities of industrial strife; and
.he several races which mal'*> up our com.
,>osite population are finding that they have
more and more in common."
Where is this paradise ?
In the Kiji islands in the year 1949, accord-1
iiig to the ollicial annual report on that tern-,
,ory for lhat year, issued to-day. Fiji haa,
ther claims to recognition in this report
a Inch draws such delightful contrast with|
:oruin ions in the rest of the world to-day. 1
ilasic income tax is Is. 3d. in the 1 !
Fiji's main airport at Nandi. it is stated, is:
i.pidly IlllWIllllll the "Clapham Junction"
1 lh* Pacific.
During the year the Canadian Pacific Air-
Inaa inaugurated a service through Nandi
unking Canada with Australia, and no fewer
than 866 commercial aeroplanes arrived,
compared with 765 the previous year. The
airport also serves four other lines, three of
which cross the Pacific from North Ameri-
ca to New Zealand or Australia.
The 75th anniversary of the Cession of
Kiji to the British Crown was celebrated in
1949 75 years in which "Fiji has developed
Irom an isolated archipelago in the Pacific
10 a prosperous community," says the Report.
Dollar earnings were considered a satis-
factory feature of the Colony's trade in 1949.
Whereas imports from dollar countries were
only 898.140, giving a dollar balance of
2.225,462, more than 45 per cent, of the
L'olony's exports3,123.602 in all went
lo dollar countries.
For the first time in four years, the Colony
showed a very slight adverse general trade
balance. Total imports amounted t
6.990,977 and exports to 6,843,866. The
report points out that at the end of the year
there were considerable quantities of copra.
OOCODUt nil and sugar awaiting shipment
Had one more vessel been available the
adverse balance might well have been
iiirncd into a favourable one.
Kxpenditure on education has been more
than quadrupled during the last seven years
and al 309,000 showed an increase of
56,000 on the previous year. The number
of pupils enrolled in all schools has risen
from 29,718 in 1939 to 49.721 in the year under
review.
There is no ordinary railway system
Fiji, but one of the terms of the concession
granted to the Colonial Sugar Refining Com-
panyallowing it to operate a light railway
extending some 380 miles in length on the
islands ol Viti Levu and Vanua Levu pro-
vtdaa tor the free conveyance of passengers
once a week.
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Travel agencies say their bookings for the
Continent are already double last year's
iigure at this time.
These agencies are able to offer cheaper
h iKt.ivs abroad this year because of conces-
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Chargea (bf UM special trains which agen-
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cant
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SIR.The article Public Utilities
from N V ile Nubn-iia H1.1l you
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expression, but there was one
statement lhat. I think, calls for
comment
The utilita < ompaaiai
lu have no objection 10 the insti-
tution or a Control II. 1
band It n it, if they
did not mind, win ihoutd anj one
else bother. But on consMara-
lion, there aaanu lo be
fercnee between tin effect on these
Companies and on their rustom-
i the Public
Whatever ascpanaas art imposed
b> Government, so long h they
can be passed on to Ine nUlllllHll
'he COOttHaM an not out of
pooket. Indeed owing to fraction-
al difficulties the result might
be the contrary. Moreover
In tha event uf mishap the Board
would be a shield against criti-
cism So .1 i-. understandable ih.it
it Is not the institution of the
Board, but its power for 1
an, th.it the Companies
view with tone em
But the effect on the Publu
it'- rent, tor n is on the
Public and the customers that the
t-oit would fall. tt question
1 .t advantage would the\
feet for what they would pay. Tin-
result uf politicsbureaucratic u. -
irrferenre wnn. and central "f. it:
b U not encourag-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
Decision On PMO
Residence Wanted
MEMBERS of ihe St Thomas Yeslry yesterday called
for a final decision aUrnt "CUendale". the par i
"ii" i i raafakncc Mr RmvcI Mid ih,it ihej ma]
abRiul'in nil hopes of beinp able to sell it and think of
repairing 't
-------- Mr Sandafurd told the Vestry
that ba intended bringing for-
ard motion at a subsequent
Vestry meeting lo ask IBM tha
Building Committee ho allowed
to * authority from the Ves-
t advertise Bar '
ryfng out repair- to ,(.lcn-
dale"
IIIMI I OF A KIMI
Waiting Shed
At General
Hospital Wanted
A "waiting shed" near the en-
trance gate of the General Hos-
pital should be erected, Mr. Jam*
Mr Het-ves said tha' 'here was
10 newt for gii-i
Bo veil of Jemmott's Lane told the Th" would only be a waste of
Advocate yesterday "One reason money. The Churchwarden could
for this,'' he said, "Is that li would R** together with members of the
prevent the congestion in Jem- Building Committee and see after
mott's Lane which now takes place the building. If there were need
on visiting days. Another is that 'or anyone, that person should be
it would bring lo an end the posai- resident of the St Thomas par-
bllily of a serious accident while ish
the present state of affairs con-
tinue" Mr Sandiford mild that lie did
"I have seen this thing going on not suggest that anyone shou
for some years, and it is Indeed be selected from without the
surprising that the cars. lorries, parish
carts and other vehicles which try It was Mr. Thorne who first
to thread their way through the asked for a final decision about
large crowds that wait outside the "Glemlole'. Hp sad that there
gate, do not run over anyone was much talk about "Glendale'
There shmilrt be particular con- and there seemed to be getting l0 make up for thi>
aider at ion of this possibility as re- nowhere. ,urcd above ari. t|,r-
gard.v ihe children of which they Mr. Reeves said that it was 'fhc OIH. ,, u T,ghl is an nrdin-
are always a large number." foolishness to bring up the "Glen- an egg and weighs about two ozs
Mr. John Graham of School dale" question agnin and irrele- The huge one on 'be left was laid
Road supported Mr. Bovells view, vant to talk about selling it That yostfrdav by a New Hampshire
CHe sald^ that on Wednesday he could not be done after the House hen belonging to Gordon Mal-
I . vii to a sick rnend at Ihe of Assembly had ivostponed riving thews of Glenmaur". I
pilal end had the greatest .lilti- then, permisSKm to aoiulre Ian I tiun. and weighs B on.
cully in getting lo the cnte. there ,, which to build a new resi This more than doubles the
was such a large crowd and so denco It was time that it should weight of the centre egg a three-
It had then 0C- ^ ulvepUHi that repairs wnnM ..nd-t.-luiK ounce effort of a cross-
something have to be done bred ban owned by Charles
/*3*K/ JSL SISSY NEVER GAVE
UP HOPE
Around the Xmas Season there
was a shortage of eggs, and it
if the hens are making
special effort in the New Year
. deficit. IV-
i.- .:.
She Lived To He 101
Recall* Churchill's
Ire At Moscow
Talks
LONDON.
Field .vl.ir-.hal Vlseouni Alan-
rmei i feu i ,,, u lm<
BtaftT, haa never
n 1M2
, may d araitaine
CtaurehlU, put "a
Hang" Josef Stalin
Ing a portrait of Mr,
m London's Junior C
Ion Club. Lord Alanbrnnke recall-
id the bjCtdaal which occurred
Moscow before the We-ten. Allies
' a second
"ont. ajjgj
The lirsl meeting hao started at
10 pjB and last.-o or lit 3 am
St.i'.ni.' mm |..t,i \
"began to put the h"at an BBB
started handing out BORM
and Insult! to Winston.
"Wa have been nghtin: .i
' ave been looking on "
After Stalin's remarks had been
''instated, the Russian lull|a OlQI
snaatad at Churchill and said:
"You are never going to start
lighting."
This critic,vii caused Churchil"
to bring his list down on tha label
with a resounding crush which
shook tha whole room and rlre i-
roadside ..r his own
Stalin's He I art
After a time, Stnlm got up ano
I broad gun QMM over his face
Ha stopped Mr Churchill's inter-
reter and iho) back "I don l

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that they could not buy !he land
which tliev had made arrange
nonls to buy when lh>> wan
seeking to build a new parochial
nied'eal officer*! residence.
The Veslry stood for one min-
ute in silence as a token of respect
for the death of Mr. S H
Streat who was churchwarden of
St. Thomas for over 20 years.
FUSION of a Trinidad llrm and Mr c M MllM and Mr c E
JJW business for feint Tryhmnc were appointed as the
opeialioi^ through a subsidiary church Committee for St. Thomas
eompa^ in Demerara and Jamaica Church. Mr J. H. Barneti and
M? been announced. Mr. K. H. Innisa were appointed
It was staled thai Grell and to iioiy innocenu Church
Company. Limited of Trinidad and
S. P. Musson Son and Company Mr. Call Ins asked members
Limited of Barbados, will shortly the Vestry yesterday to make an
be opening jointly, branches to be effort lo maintain harmony at
operated by a subsidiary company their meetings during the coming
trading as Grell and Musson, Lini- year He said that they should
ltod. forget petty grievances and try t<-
The fusion of the resources ol help the people,
these two very large and impoi- _
tant West Indian companies Is in
dlcative of the present da> trend
towards federation In the com-
mercial as well as the political
field in the West Indies.
Mr. D G. Leacock (Jnr.>. IHiee-
lor of Musson Son and C<>mpan>
Limited told Ihe Ad'
day that he coul
ment at present.
She can reroanbef ttv i
nan M > ruml of the Clulk*
Mount Mixed Behool when Mr
laraad lo arrtta to Hum* ei Hiview Hujid. St
Enitage. regretting Michael, on Monday this week
When the New Hampshire hen
egg wm oin'iicd yagtagJay ii wai
found to contain a smaller but
conipiete egg inside, so Matthews Marshall was the Headmaster
raalu had two eggs 01 double the <>"" o( hei dot.iiiiv i- ..ii."mini:
usual output. I>ut she afterwards became a
Fowls are not ihe only ones huckster and up lo 1940 -h, rM
making special efTorts, however, sttu in this business.
for on Saturday morning a duck She has married twice already
the property of Hilton Clarke of hut both husbands are dead Her
King Edward Road, Bnnk Hall, Qnrt husband. Joseph Roach, w^
produced an egg weighing nearly lulled while working in manjak
4 ou. pit. The pit fell in and aonrad
Clarke reported that was its him up.
best effort, so far. bul the duck She later marm-u .i tn-l<; avar
had been laying larger eggs than w named Edward Bowen He
usual for a few davs before. *aa amployad al Seniors Planta-
A bird fancier considered the "ion on the St. Andrew-S:. Joseph
,f half pound egg a very unusual border
occumnea. He had heard of a She has been living mi the same
tlve ounce egg before and had spot since 1877. She had m.. child
, himself seen a double yolked egg. but this died soon after birth in
as well as a double shelled egg, in
but had not come across such a "Sissy" remembers vary lin.e u(
huge egg before. He wanted to 'he Royal visits to the Island hut
know what other birds were in ha.* racoUactloni <>f the May Du
the Matthews run. and would be Dial was strewn all over Barba-
on the look out he said, smilingly, dos She said it rcscmhlen
to hear if this hen would develop 'manure
a "permanent half-pound egg
litiblt." 9la*pg Well
This would not only go a long "Slag) itaafM very well, bom
- way towards solving the egg dilil- day IM night Manv iieople visi'
culty but would make Govern- her She U the goil-niolhei ol
300- children the IMjOrltj
ggs naa grown-upi Rev Fielder.
MARY JANE BOWEN of St. Sylvan's Villan-'. St.
Jogcph is now 101 years old She cannot rasnacabei tha
exact dale on which she was born. Eighty-onr-viMi ulJ but i% ;.-i i Ukjg nu aagdjfc
Mis. Teresa Springer looks ,ift-r M.hv Jtna
Dark-gkiiwad "Slaty Bowen'. u she is ealltd In ti
district stands five Iwt six and a hall nulu- Sin
l> atwaya smiling and looks forward to many m-.u .. ..
living In happh ~- -----------------
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i Mwisity Colltge. J.,nu.iiy :'.' In
rtbruary 3. These talks will be
^-d by Frank Yates Sc.D., F H s .
. tithor of Sampling Methods for
.md Surveys I
H Me b] l>r. Yaton h Ih-cii one
the major conn Ibut
Midcspread understanuing of llie
more prci.-e application uf tin
lechNuine
ii wm Stalin's i
brooka said, -t
ir.iiik. resolute "i
lhal tmie on tiui
ting ot ne another1!
.i:i.r
In anoiliei iiiUio.ii.
the war-leader, lrd Alanbrook.
lecouulint an amusing incident il
ona .r th.....taunn of the Chlafi
of Staff round Mr. Churchill's
bad Leaking "t tha clack Cnur
chill -.uddenlv icinemiN-n,| in
im|M>rtunt luncheon ngacantanl
Rt boundad out of bad i" n
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lie nvjainah 'and ,t Dtrfae1
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' Hnw
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the graoteal >-i Mi Churchill*
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HARRIMIX'X-BROAD ST.
Sampling is ung "i lag main
used In social. I I
LAZY "POST"
An Advoc*lr IMracnMtl
saw In I OCfUM rttsfrn t v.-.i.t.
day. a postman dolivcriiiK U'ltet^
dvociU ytMrr- who d|d , |^m , k|, o,.,, m.'ill HMOd Us achrduk- as rc-
makr no 1lr- ls hli dmy to tke Uipv- l.llor. >f> lo Ihe prt
Lady Seel Visits
Baby League
to the houses of the people to
whom they belong.
This postman merelv drew up
his bicycle in Ihe road close to Ihe
house of the person for whom he
had a letter and rung the bell
until someone came to receive the
letter One busy housewife told
LADY SEEL, wife of Sir George our representative that she was
Seel, Head of the Development so annoyed about this bad service
and Welfare Organisation for the lhat she was on the vrge of corn-
West Indies, visited the Christ plaining about It.
Church Baby Welfare League .>j0 matter whal one is doing."
yesterday and paid Iribute to the n< said, "this particular postman
work that is being done there by aiways expects someone to go to
Madame lfUl and her band of n)m m ^e road for a letter'"
social workers. "Sureiy." she argued, "we are
Lady Seel wrote In the visitors' taxpayers and as such contribute
book that she had been very ,n wmr measure to his salary
interested to see the splendid even though he may not be nware
work lhat was being done at the 0f it Wc must demand better
Clinic. She was sure that the ,orvice"
result would be of greol beneilt Another resident of the district
"At present," he said. "I think Vicar of Si Saviour'* Church.
the schedule only catered for 3-w admlnlatan the Hoi) Communion
and over, hut they certainly to her at her home monthly
visualize half-pound
Example
There Is an lnterestii|g side
light to this big egg story. The
middle egg. in this picture which
had been left with the photo-
grapher disappeared overnight,
but reappeared after all hopes had
been given up of ever seeing it
again.
Then a member of the staff con-
fessed that he had taken il hum* ',.
to show his hens what could be "
done If other hens, why not his?
Results are being anxiouslv
awalted. ,
to the mothers. She wished the
work every success in the future,
and would be delighted to visit
it again.
Present lo meet Lady Seel
were: Madame inll. Mrs
A. de K. Frampton. Mrs. J. Ivcr-
sen. Mrs Betty Arne, Social Wel-
fare Officer, and Miss Iris Kollins
and Mrs C Storey, helpers li-
the work.
Boat Missing;
Two Aboard
spoke of how at one time he went
to his window after hearing the
ringing of Ihe postman's bicycle
bell. He said that he had a let-
ter for him and he told him to A small row boat with a crew of
bring it to him He was in the two aboard which drifted off the
road silling idly on his bicycle coast of Willemstad. Curacao, on
about three yards nway from the Wednesday morning has not been
house, bul before he would bring found, accoiding to a cablegram
the letter to him he wailed until received / the H.iii-mi and Ship-
he taw a boy passing and asked ping Depuitment yesterday.
to do so. "This was more All ships moving In that vicinity
She is a gnat example for many
who cue up hope in life From
girlhood she lost one eye after be-
ing struck in it In 1941 she be-
came completely blind
During her life time she was in-
volved In one accident. That was
when two 'buses collided 15 years
ago Her left foot was Injured.
She can remember buying sugar
.it .i ihJJUnf par pound and Ret
12 cent* per pint during the
st World War.
S baa enl] one aronry
Her bouaa is badly in need of re-
nin- lb < through
Mrs. Springer .who goes through
the country districts selling gin-
ger, mangfrft. applaa and otbat
.mall ite-iiN She also gata pan
sion.
She li acquainted with Mrs
Christian "Ma Pat" Kelln
i- ill raara old. "Ma ivr aUD
weeds her bit of land daily and
is strong.
leaves hei houaa
but her voice in vtill strong
wonls went like in.igic
throughout the army and through
ucal research. It is antt- lha ehrll population, which arm
ripated that some rapraai ital - ng evaraty tried To mi nun.,
.ill bf Kiniiiiu from the Unit.,) ,|fr.itisni could newi uivivr ii:
i Puerto Rico and tv>r his dataamlnatloci never
Bi
i
lo nim ndai
Tin's new
PARKER
;v
is a triumph!
ami i.i.,,.,I Children
Anolli.
Jmeph J
I'.nkv'
.
35 LAND FROM
"C0L0MBIB"
gaga
here yesterday from the French
Liner Colomble which came here
from England
The Colomble had 104 intran-
sit passengers on board She took
passenger* here and left during
the evening for Jamaica via
Trinidad, Lo Ouatra, Curacao and
Cartagena
Her local
R M Jones
than annoying." said this resident, are rcouesled to keep a sharp look st S>h
"when one saw ihi* same postman
olng to the house of someonn
rb-c yards away lo deliver a let-
he should do" He con-
____I It a discrin
unjustifiable nnd entirely out
r of the "Old U
> tU-vrar-old Mrs. Louise
DaSilva She also lives at
in's Village and is known
Canadian Commissioner
Coming
She was born on
in 1859 and has
different countries
very strong and m

THE <;
A.
I agents are Messrs. Principal of the Evening Institute.
>s a Co Ltd. *n cnecl trmn ,sl J*nunr.v v,:'1
It Took 10 Years
To Get This Machine
THERF IS a new brake testing machine at the Depart-
nt ol Highways and Transport that gives the brakinn
out for the boat.
Christmas Day
ravaUad to aw
She is still
i<
Mr T. GRANT MAJOR. Can- "Ma l->u" said thai her mathai
...Inn Onvernment Trade Coin wa rmglon <.f
inisNioner. "ill be nrriving on Si Simon s. St Andrew She WM
Satunlay 20th January for a V all married three times Her first hus-
of one week. Apart tr-
emor has appointed two brtal tUtl lab-t.
B. Hamilton to be be his last extended
before going to Canadt
Dr. Hamilton Is Principal
Ma>
thai will
slay here
i on leave
It'l the only n
with the
a
new hatvum
Uf W PRECISION
NLW mauit
NII*K>TO>llL Hltll.
"I* IN.,lOW COVKNOH
NW n*QUM IMRvOHI
Htw vmtn in fufnr
4,500,000,000 FOR U.K.
REARMAMENT
lilt
I.ONDON. Jan 18
Britain's three-year rearmament
Bill is estimated to be already
4.500,000,000' and
an authoritative progress report af
said today.
machine, the Bear Brake Testing Machine, will make il
unnecessary for a vehicle lo be put on the road (or brako
SSS__________________ II i mean, m evenlnu up the
brake leslina >tn and ensurlnK
MUSIC AT 'THE ROCKS'
band was Colin Dae
the second Rua Bob a Trini-
dadian and ihe other i>
St. l-ueian She bad seven child-
ren from each. All three husband*
arc dead. When the last die. I
was a matron at a Hospital in St I **** '*'"' <*'-
Lucia. Of her 21 children nnh
one is a girl who is at present ie
America She visited her two
One of her sons. Whlt-
eombe Colin Dae w.-i killed in
South Africa in 1927 At one time
SSS3. Krandciliioren300 *' *" ^'
She -a. the Rrat of u children
hieh 11 were
If I was roungsjf with my ex-
EMien.c I would either make
aglanri 1" hat always I
noM nrflnl pen Now
nph wuh Hi, ,r..ii r
Ink Ss.icni. the NLW
mom
ik-snahle Umii e\ri before.
I Vro-mtlnc Ink B*Bjea h ihr
anaMM ever aanaBg. Ii wrH)lly new.
Hicniihr method of d-.i*in( In -:,
'V. iale|ii.irding and hIcjmiik ink
ml lhe ii-v| %jttl4, (ory pen pet-
fomunce ever known.
h.iimHc thai hfjiinfui p
n s nooth fMaj i
longioownooe andan
an 4 sjsaGlal anavM
the "VITA-SAVOUR"
WATERLESS COOKER
KMI-I.OYS Al.l. THK NATURAL FOOD JUICES
AS A COOKINII MF.DI U M THUS GREATLY
PROMOTING
HEALTH. FLAVOUR. AND ECONOMY
II IT ROASTS, linns STKIVS. AND FRIES i
|| HU.I- CAKES, BREAD, PASTRY ETC. ||
AND DOI^S ALL THIS EFFICIENTLY AT ONE-
l|l Mlll.ll OF THE FUEL COST lil 1)1 11(1 l> BY
ANY OTHER FORM OP COOKING.
USE A "VITA-SAVOUR"
ITS EASIERITS A SHORT CUT TO TASTIER
FOOD, BETTER HEALTH, AND
MORE LEISURE.
PRICE $21.24 EACH.
II AIIIMSOVS BROAD ST.
NOFLEASi
emoy
. >ooll
c one. loo.
timated last year after President
Truman's urgent call to Atlant
Pad Nations ,
Heater.
.j ifi v
. hniua
B i aB**l
A ktuiKil Ttivnii T^* nii-ni Ulr
In which lh limaiu mund sppear-
In diff*ni muiiTBl gUSSM
film M" Annie |ft v.i
It. ins Berlin
By rwauwM
BMIlM Ee*rIThe S*h.e 11-^
Kbatasi
MiiMe In RayOirn Tp >nr TBM
March of Oie I
QOD SAVE not KISO
-NEW CHIEF OF STAFF
HRLSSEI5 Jan 18
General J. Plron. Comn,an Of the Belgian Brirarle *r, '.
fought with Allied hberaiior
mWes '"^cea In Europe in the last wai
eoi^ennB the was ">-'la>' named Chief of BUB
thS Hf Into ot Belgium's Ground r
rafaleU tanks at petrol stations replaces Oeneral Etlenne
ii hpor wiei air-wdv i*en nut down in the Baele *hu Loeomes Ifead of the
itrSSi K frX"5Xi.t:.i"S f'2T". -';""""', "
T. b~om icl Win, used offldally. II la "' "' BclBlum forres
t^^.'^'^*' imed with a lever and four dials. _________^_ ""
^viloS'cSJr'ucSd oTSlui' FLOODS IN AUSTRALIA
The lever is swung to one side BRISBANE, Jar
tested and
Advoeate was told al the Depart-
ToNtoiiT ih* pome lUna unoer Cap' ment yesterday, and is a big im-
PUin m pi*r at the Roefc provetnen: over the old system.
, t "TS^Vn'.r" u,.,,.. ">der which there was no guaran-
r-ch-Crte Null..nftMiia lUUon ^ tQ lh(, tvtnnw of ^ ?our
jt.un* rucih wheels.
Operatic ataeerpt*i PMiiaeci The machine which
Li aw si in i th08C used
Tne PaftiMtl are rimllini plater* amount of
tw pitch Ihelr Wnl for villas* "
fiwrui.T Punchlnelln
Nrdda in- wife, and Colui
Kill wAh Ma roHipanlom
notea that S> Ivlo a peaaant beconi
Inf (amiliai with Need.
a violent .eerie, the (allhlea wife w
.M rvleiit aitd wllh he. love. meeU
death at the hand, of Punchinello
Coneen Valae Eapar.a W.adufel
Two rlaa'e lema Drearni
when lorries are belns tested and Some 900 passengers
to the other able for the testing of penned in flood-hound trains I
passenger ears. The dials give North Queensland today Mean-
the readings for Ihe four wheels. While in th- southern part of Ihe
when the vehtele Is driven on tn Kt;,to flre* have blackened 70,000
ihe "drive of the wheels 1^ In
( pounds, and from the Th. township of Wyandra, 550
Tending the total and .omp-ritive mile* west of Brisbane has been
hiaking energy can be determined pra Mondav
TJ>e maehfne come from the n< men ire fighting a blare 40
IT s A. The Department has been miles away
trying to get it since l40 Beater
-u)ol&& motf utu/n&dp&n.
With Rotted Q
Oton for Barbadoa:
A. S Bryden & Sons (aWbadOg) Lid,
P.O. Box 403
Bridgetown.
Will. I u u ilo) Cap it;
flL0REXANEf
DU8TIHG POWDER
Control* and kills
lies and ticks
en animals
CI. ".i
I in
A. S. BRYDEN t, SONS
(BARBADOSl LTD
f o OX 401. B>i:
^aHT
i\ mum 1 ii
PERLSTELYS
III Till
BEER
S III" |>. larliHin of J I
Im.iiI.s r
He' fMV ISiaiil.-
stassfekd sinrr a Caw #..*. ;
'...vssssss*ssss.-.-.-.\-.-.-.\-.-.-s.w.-.-ssss-v.vsss.-.\'.-.y,
Tidy Skirts
cannot be kept that way without
proper
SKIRT HANGERS -> IWW Usm Id Ihrrr sharf,-N of Clre.'ii. BlaH mill
Pin*cr.rh
I'liin Painl'-d DcttM Bjaafanmch
wl"lull I*. > 11.., .1 M.irr;, ,. |,,, II,,!,!,,,,
Mr and IK
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
II. II, 12 A. 13 Broad Sir,,-,


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1M1
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY

FOR LASTING
QUALITY & SHADES
INSIST ON
*fClSTEBt_2,
STAG
BRAND
READY MIXED
PAINTS
AN I. C. L PRODUCT
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (b dos) Lm
AGENTS
STOMACH
upsets
Wka the BMnach it kI
as imR of byperacidilT. '
ttaaa of D* Win* Antacid '
Powder will disperse- tbe pain
ad saatriai nfihl sway
Flatawtue. heartburn ar.d ui-
iagoatiM. a/e boom) of the
jmptoms that this cu of
acid In Uw Momarh can bring
ut iu tram. De Witt'. Antacid
Powder mm neutralise* the 1
acid a*4 at the aaaac tune
other ingredients in tbe well-
balaaMlMDiUi sooth* and
ptoiact the aticata stomach
Un*. Gat a suppl, ngfct
ANTACID
POWDER
Nasrlraftrti Acid
Ssotnae Sta-natJi
**..,, (
for aa away */om (tamo
Crr( a low
[, a..*-...*! cwiIT'S i
.?< NIACID
t C*-~M TALETS ^
MMtaaaaaaaaaaa
ORIENTAL
goods:
From INDIA. CHINA,
EGYPT!
Silk, Curios, Hrassware,
Jewels, Linens, Ivory,
Teakwood, Sandal.
French Perfumes, Bar-
bados Scar\'es in Pure
Silk. Etc.. Etc.
IB, -.,..nlr **
III.VM llr.H..
Sti mtk* tb keep
iNNffi etfANUMSS
^JOW'S the time for this young man to learn the safe,
"^ gentle way to Inner Cleanliness! A glass of
sparkling fizzy Andrews is a delightfully refreshing
drink. More important still, however, it ensures every-
day good health by cleaning the mouth, settling the
stomach and toning up the liver. Finally, Andrews
gently clears the bowels.
Just a teaspoonful in a glass of cold water and here's
an exciting, sparkling drink here's the way to
Inner Cleanliness!
a BREWS
LIVER SALT
^'**X^>-.^^*,**-r.**--^,*,',**O'-',*-0-,O%0*-*-V0--*-*,^O*-^^V'-'^^^*.%**-^,VV'>fl'*
WV^Wi*,V/>*^>6V
I THE ADVOCATE HAS THE
BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!!
Among some opened yesterday are.. *
CRICKET CAMPAIGNS
ll> .YOHMAN YARDLEY
THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY
By IIAIMIII I II ASUMIOOK
ADVOCATE STATIONERY


FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1(5]
BARBADOS UIVOCXTK.
PACK SF.VF.N
CLASSIFIED ADS. ^
1ELCPHOMB 230a
IN MEMOKIAM
l
MiM uol i
r loved thrdKlMr
i e. now eternal rail."
f,.i
i.) r*
Mi Clifford A MatTM .son'. Mr. Owen
1. .daughter In-U HHU
*"" Mis Peau' Yeaiwo-m. Hnu1u
rl* Gertrude M.tm. Er
Marlln Y-aiwood. Vena VMrmM.
19 1 SIin
Mill nut
AUTOMOTIVE
t IK rrf.red 1 Dill *]' ( >.*rn. 11 h.p -..k-AV.
10 1 f.1--*..
r*n-workmf 111 rord 1 nes. T* 10 llf in perfect e. Dial 4931
CAH Renault SM.- n. good woikmi
order, r.ew Hatter-. Tyre in riftiWr
condition. M C. M Hunt- Room 111
Plantation! Building Phone se MIt
10.1*1 In
TitirrK* -Two Dodge Truck. 3* and
4o mod*l In r< VaoMM oide-
Applv: lh Marian, i I .- PlanUUor,
' i I l SMS
VHL/VTTTE M r ,
I .H-BTKRV RMAfiF
i ro'RTTISY OARAGE
electrical
iitxrim i C ocktng and wan
Su
m bun and flal
1 H .' i Lid Shrphritl
.'* -It-
refrigerator i ru.ic n. Nora*
In perfect c ndition Will accept in-
reasonable .,(!.. a I) Worm*
v. n..nk Hall Hd Phrrne 13*1
If. I 11 f
PUBLIC SALES
\i i noN
("MRr WAIT1
atio Mead Wader lot fi
restaurant apaeuivg u>
March M Out *Tpei.i
..pe-lenr. n Id, Yd
TiliUdd PW I
cad ana* n**d
articular, "i
. rt-Bt-Spali
III ftl-n
UNOER THE IVORY HAMMER
II..
ttk-har
AuUM Car.
Pumsm in
Teresa Ca.n
^M". 1 Will 11 ,m
i lh at AHern* Arthur.
I to Fort Royal Garage
i Row l, iiM A-4C
only don* 1.000 mile.
accsda-1 IWMIpm
MISCELLANEOUS
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
INimsiMY. I.,,:,, ,, jsito -
Mr. ARTHUR C. BAYLEVS
Sale RhyUtone. Hasnna*
Tl-CSDAV. Jukar, J*Hh.
Dr DEAN KI.EVA.VS Sale.
Brigade House. Garrison
URANKER. TROTMAN & CO
Auctioned s
19 1 -51 in.
empty
BARTONS
Man.ilacMi
BI-IT MUDF1 0OA."1
- Delivered the Ruben-
if Co Lid in jood older
LOST Foin\n
LOST
Black and white
44.020,000 LIVE IN
BRITAIN
LONDON, Jn 18.
The Ragtstrar OfNTa! i, -day
lave a new tM.
total pomilaUor. a* 44.030,000 The
number of women w-a* i
.it L'L'oflS.OOO and the numrvt n|
H iii M 71.S5T.0O0
Britain had its low." i
nnhtv rule24 deaths
per I.UU0 live births in ihe tMlt.l
quarter of 1950.
It compared with 27 death* Mr
l.OOO births m the *ame period of
the previous yea. Bud the aver-
age of 38 per 1.000 for the third
luarter-. of the ten vears !M50
REAL ESTATE
Bel ween Rnaatl>i
ore Vauahal' Hul. C
I. E. C/o Advocate A
Set,
SI'RINGHAM- The, d*
eringhsm. White Par*
1.11 I
r^r" f BOArRr* riAM*nov.'
We win .* uu , _, b ^,,
BaaumnlM a, ., offWe Jame. ami,
^*d*v ,,", rruaFy 1WI. -1 ,.nt
CAVE ft ROACHFJI I'LANTATIOK'.
I

n i
roadi.
: IT,
nrepa'itioi
; .,! ....
rm.md Knight on the prenuaet
YEARWOOD BOYCr.
S.ih, ,!.,
U 1.51-1
RECEIVED A
Electric Uahim*,
14-31 Volta B
Cole Co Ltd.
hlpmcnt n( Pat rot-
und Charamt plant*
"> Price RMM
1! I SI In
W.\SHI.N(. MACHINE One or the.*
1>a>r*lr wlin Miln dtier left KM and It
c.innot he replaced i John r liutaon ltd P. D Edinill
PROPEhTY dr.. properly called H-it-
Dnle al While patk Road, opposite the
Cidloii Factoi. It t-onalal. of a atone
and wooden huu-e which ha* Gallery
Drawlna and D>nln|f Room*. 3 Bcdrwomt
Wctei.toilet and Rho-er-hatlt lofethei
with >M1 tq fl nf land. Appjv |o
U'Aic. A Scott Maaaitne Luc
FUHnlTiniE
ri'i'Mtrnr o..e \t.
i .hnlt. .nd one m-i' f>om-
1'iae Larde i M ".m.-.. rj
laMei and WaihOand. See DA.e. A
.%-ott. Haaaatna Uine i i at -n<
rfRJVITfnr-R..lph Beard oflera
follow me New Menoa-.n. fd.iutuie
Dlmnc chain I'l fr pi Tub Chan
SM 00 per pr Cocki il T-hlet 110 OC
Tea trollc tlSOO. Streatnllred Mm
rlt rhalt. |J3 00 e-h Vanllie. a*5 I
unpamird ru*h chairs; nek
era and stool. Not forfMtln a lara.
iitacrlment of -eond hand furnltuif
Call at Ralph Beard lurnishlng >how
to ' pm daily dose Salurda;
inooni Phone 4M5 II I .IkOr.
THE undera^nvd will set up toi sale
l>y PUblsc Competition al Iheli ofRce
Roebuck direst. Brldfetown. on Fri-
day the llth laaUnt at t pm
EVANTOM
with the land thereto betonfini con-
t..-ii-K 1S.3U auens leel, altuatf at
. i. Rock. CBrlat Church
The dwMlinfhouM comprlaei ihiae
hedroorna with large built-in cupboards,
epaciou* lounae. dining room, and mod-
em .lichen, loffcsther with two Hied
, tolleU and balhs Servant rooms and
crare. Tha property commanda a mat-
ilflcent view.
For further paitlculara, inepection
a..i Conditions of Bale. Apply to B. |.
MchoUa a, Co. Telaphw.. fits.
nd st Joa.ph
Reward B-.
! 1 >
10 141 l-i
ONB DTI TICKET No P IWm Flnde'
pseaae return same lo N F Lawrence.
Hlh Rn-'t oc BTC Maaalloe l*ne
in I Hin
PLOT OF
lamina; to !
I*n 1AI* AND C\>pV pei
le llelriui II. htral II
pl-ase return to Advocut
111 H-i-
FUHLM VOIM I S
LIQUOR UCBMM NOTICI-:
The application of Alettunder lln.tr ol
Claybiury. M John (< pein.isaton to aeil
lr its. Halt LiqusK. *,
hlnale shop attached
at rnmei of Wilson Hill al
W. John
Dated Hill 17th To Wi Maa-latj-le
Dii'rkt "C*
Sltned A HOYTE
Applies in
N.B.Thi- applaratHMi will be cons
ered al a LscenMiuj Court lo be held
PalKe Cou.l. Di.tikt C .mi Wednssda;
Uw> 31st day of January. 1MI at
aflorh am
0. B. GRIFFITH
A* Police MmhIii
TAKE NOTICE
NURSIA BRAND
imnri'n.^.V F*DRIEK VAT* MEI K
I'KunrrFN tint w.hum.,
n IVELUERRIDERS i.mit,, |,.b, ,
O'-npsui) duly ortfenised unuci |M
'"- Ihe Mcthe.l.nd. Xl^uf^t,.,,
[Sr, "y1"""- "ho**
" Part
milk an.
ptaaaati
durU cectaii'iott the aald aaod, ., |nf.fe-
aienn edible Ice and pen idles and will
be entitled to resjlstei .he aam* afl.i
on* month from the lath da* ..I Ja,,i
'01. unlaaa sauna panaan shall In Ihr
meanUme live noiiie Ml iliaaHafM U
me at my oltlc* of opshi,,n l ass,.
rccuiratlon The trade mark can be
cation at my osflce
nth day ) Januaiy. Mat
II WILUAMB.T
Regislrai M Tr..de M.iV-
mill %
Harbour Log
la Carlisle Bay
Car
R V fMertUMU **> *ui-
. *,.....-aiv Bah l-L-l.>la*r
* Jon*- *
MII'.IV l -
bie :**. %.-
iirran a'-
BS London Manner 4 *> ,.,., rl
Capt Lawrence, lor Trinidad
Schoonet Eoterptu' S M i - -art
t'-pi r.rcfw. for Si lucia
M V Daerwood. fat ton. nc>. Capl
n-Coteau. far fit Lucia
S Fo.| Tow.,uy*nd. 1 a*
'
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
------------------_. RM
Netcrrlan*. ., .ppj,,,,
Ilk and dairy produi
Isaled '
TAKE NOTICE
FARM BRAND
That K V
PBODUCTEN
7.fl VEIJlEREir
FABRIFK VAN MVLK
DRR VERECNKJIII
limited liability
t ih.
.od Wireleaa iW I. I.
. ..ir.mun.cal
.hip. through then
DM it
BS Archaiutcloa,
i' .. > s oaa .,.
Opal. IB London
II fysanculoic.
PI -Idenl Dulr.
lauw plate. Ik Impeiial U^iebc.
I rlaola Lsr Malani*
1 advise
u.ih l>.e
Baibatb-
John SB Aoutheei.
anner II Ancap
DISHER DISHES
THE POLITICIANS
LONI>ON
Iron' what he
esUa ''crBek-Dot
idif-tiialut T Rhode.
. bouRhi 8.000 acres In
'(ntiduraa and plans t<
tart a bo.itinu. iwiinmini ami
Ashing 'paradise "
fifty Mritons offered U> go wu
him within two days of his appe.i'
for -men who are not bossed b\
i.'itj who don't have 11
wear wool next to their ckln "
For man*' n:u D
director of :i CaUsbOTWCU, l^wido
pickle factory, until it was BtaV
piilM>nlv arquired to mak'
room for an "opeti snarr" m th
greater 1-ondr.n greenbel' pint
TaUinn about his new lite n
British Honduras. Dlaher said
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
opportunity to do
tanct fnv
restriction- and
Mary |
HI Thr
Cabins a* Baao
- i ..Una; a a rv.pi 'i
I OOlfllO. ia B. M-l'.. SH
a Eesna N.B. La Cy.urlsre.nv
a**p U Alcaa Partoet Si
s *. Moi iits.trn SI La Courbrnlo
- 1 Boekoop SI P.itln*r, -VS. laibHssa, atlflt
i.anm. R <( Alf Undetterg, B.B. -
Ni-rs* Mo....' ... ii .....iov. Ik
rtol
something of
from endless
form-tilling "
Dlaher disclosed thai i.< bad
cared ground lot pssW'
kng pineapples and banana* and
i. buying heavy equipment foi i
more land clearance. eulttVB*
Uon. sawmill work, power gener-
Bd Insect control
DEPARTMENi OF EDUCATION
Applications .ii- i. .uT3bly qualified
rsons tor tho vbi Jiwy at
Si .':.
. lie minimum qualit'icjUnn |oi ...
.i s bOBl Ccilitl.jle
3. Applications must be auh.r.itted prtapriiii<
tE.15 tb) foe men and R.M <) -1"< ii mav be obtained
from the Department of Educnt; i^ies who have already
submitted one of these torn--, m i. *prvl t j rei ious vacancies (now
. "'.....IJf saBBhl recent teiUmontal
4 Any teacher who applie* I 0B the sfaiT of anot.ier
>t inform his or her present Chalntua of Managers and the
Head Teacher of any application for null a transfer
J. All applications must be CndoWd in envelopes marked
BaartT in the top lef. hand eetmat and must reach the
mm al Bdneatton bj aaHurtfay rtih laauaiy, usi
I imary. 1951 i9 1.51*n
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
"s.ltni from A mater dam and Docer -
..ire' *lh Mh Januai* IW
. B" Sad lid rabranee imi
Mil from Antwerp
(am M.I "Oranjcatad
IWw
aasaTag to Tiloidad. 1
. ..." MO HeiM
ttai. is rums
sikd Amu.i
Sth. 1MB
amariuo and
r in, Jansj-
llh F. bluer r

MAIL NOTICES
-i"1 MerchanM. wkaxe uade liusim-.
eddraat. la IB Persoonsdam Rotterdar
The .Netherlands! has applM-l for U)
reikrtration of a trade mark ... par
"A- of Ini-n- Iii reaaa-
and milk and dairy products ami pro-
derived from same, also product,
th* said food *- H.aitii.
nd poiridr.*. and
LIVES HICK
COW i
Calf tm d
of milk
Mother |
ower B-i.
arv Meilet
-in* 30 pts
AppN 1"
COW 1 i:..KIelo Heifer, by B E
Bull Prince Albeit. I* 3 weeRs old THa
3SSI J. W Smith. Bedcot. Ratim Rri
MKCHANICAL
1 i r Rr-yvlm
A Scott
It I N4n
MISCELLANEOUS
Coppln at 3111 oi 3S1S
iri-1 3i
raOFEITT FOR SALF OB RENT
KEKTiAL HTIsL Chrlal Churcn
Owner l-aviruj Island aoon. Two Red-
looms. Dlnlni Boom. Drawing Room
Kitchen. Shop attached, enclosed Yard
House wire awaltlnf current. 3 Rood*
37 I . Perches of Land Apply M D. C
Foid. on premie*.. II LSI I1RAH1.E Dwcllitig
ZKJXY" nandlnsi i
lately I rood SO perenea
a.well coast Road, Chtl
boui
Drawing room, Dlnlni loom. I
room. Kitchen. Throe badroot
oieasliag loony and lunnlnf
downsUlii One large bedre.
bathroom upstalu Usual cony
Eleclricn

Thie* .rrvanta' room and
in yard. Garage lor two car*
Th* al-.v- property will be act up
tor sal* br Public competition at otu
Ofrlee Jamie Street on Friday ISO
January IMI at 1 pm
Iii.pcctlnn hv appninlment Dial UtS
YEAI.WDUD - BOYCE.
1.1.51l la
CAJ*R Plai
htaasi
patter
i shopr*
DIVING COGGLSS
ihrmnh youi mtaim
i i t,.n around
THOENIX

Pen a good Ionic alter Ihe Flu Irv
Re.nil Cod Uvcr Oil Bnyulalan" a-l
easily digested and palatable ptcpyra-
t,on lllcc ; ooi KNIOHTS LTD.
THE RFXA1 I. CHEMIST
II I >! in
UPTONS TEATh* on* and only tea
that commanda the laractt sale In. the
vnrld aa slated on each parkin.
Kaa never been challenfrd
paaan \cryh*r*
by
si-m
t%tk
PILLS- Re.all Kidney a BladO.
^ mild but etlectlve liver rtlmu,..
dean nnd purity Ihe blood And am
B atlld bill effective liver v!.m.il.i."
PHn 10 hot Ontulnab'r at KniBhli
I i-l
i"
11-ln
PLIlMANCNT needlea lor TOUT record
piacer, and needl*. of all kinds. Price
flOS Records of all Rind* too. A
HAFIXEB CO-. LTD LlJ0-i-f.n.
ROIIJt HA7.'>K8 fse a Roll. Ra<"i
and forget ><" havlria trouble*.
KV1GHT-S DRUG STORES. IHM -an
^r.\l-Lv; HANDS T ...
Time Saver Pica
have arrived "lease send
to be Sited Joh
Shepherd Street.
I!..'
1 BlvUlT-tWe carry a I
KNIGHT'S DRUG
TWO ROODS OF LAND a
HoUiertal Tuininf. Si Mlehae
.ion ol a Mr RprlnBrr
thereof.
The above will be aet tip Is
public compelnmi. at our
Luc a. Street. Bridgetown, oi
Itth January 10*1. at 7 i
t'.\l.:iL\r.To Al SI
-ale at
i>mee
Frirt.
PITafLIC ^OTKiS
l SIVKRKITV f til I l l.l OF
THE WEST INDIES. CHAIR
OF si Ki.l 1(1
AI'JIJCATIONH arc invited for ap
uolntmeiit lo the Chair ol Surgery. The
rrOIeiM will be hand ol the Deparli
>f hiracry and will be reepouilblr l..i
he teachni| ol nodical itudenla It
errrees ol the Univeraily of Londc-
!oi the development of reerarch He oil.
ilao be In charge ol surgical beds in thi
I'nlvrrMty Cnllef* Hipltal The dutlei
hould bcain as soon after 1st July 1S01
la can bo arranged. The salary will bi
it a Naed point In Ih* rmp C3.000 U
inder PBBU arraniementa Child allow
>l living allowancr I'nlurniahed arcom
mod.tlon la available at a rant ol S' o
Applications .twelve copie*
. i.-,
.I.t..,
hould be i
ai ii
atsan
. the
i of
Fefcri
i lUahri Eduralloii
colonies, univcrilt* ..f Lsmdon
House. London W C I Iroir
urlher parliculars can b* obtained
111 31 In
TAKE NOTICE
SULPHATRIAD
BAKER IJMITKU
*m la Daaeoiiaiii
has applied lor ihe icriati
rark In Port *A of Heia! il phannaceutKal. veterloar.
ary sub.lanoti. InfanU' -..
toodj. pi a. ten. material for bandaalna.
maieelal tan .topplm laeih. dental wa..
Uislnreclanls. preparation, for killlna
wa-jda and destroying yen.iln. and will
lsr entitled to leglater thai lame eftei
matnUi fro-n th
The linriH'i pit kit- manufac-j
turer plan* lo return to his "par-I
atllse" in a few WadaEf. lime
"My wife and four rhildren
are staving; behind this lime But j
1 am taking more than 1.000 clus-
steal mv.nls to kr-.p IM BBBfl
oany," i,o said IN
taadn lai .......d Aiubi. ra*-
aWl SCIKMINLK OWN-
ERA ASSOf I.VUO*' |M
Irlrpbonr l*t.

Canadian National Steamnhips
ADY HODNEY Ralla Montreal 1 Sails Salla f .i-iea Bonao IT J.i 10 J .. rrtvoa ...h-Joa M Jan Belle I,.,..-... Jan
vn-i -F.i SON' AS t'HAl LFAilBH' .'IINBV ADY NRLBON-sAN CIIALLaTMagJI' l tDV HOIiNEV i Nb n 3 Mm ! Mat 111 Api Fel. Mar I Mar 11 Fab Fell M Ma 30 Mai II Apr H Apr IJ l.t. 7.y r.b 13 Mai. 31 Mai Il Apr tl Api
inauBMMB -' 'La.'. alia Barbados BoatO" Arrive. Arrives Halllat
.ADY UIMiV -ADV Nll-SON ADY RODNEY ADY NgLBON' ADY RODNRY 10 Fen Pm ii ii.. 11 Aur 10 Ma> 1] l> n Frl Tl M.i II Ap. It Ma< 11 Fob afar Ap. 13 Apt 11 Mas 11 1 el. Mar 1 Apr 14 Apr 21 M.i
" sss^aUS?" without notice aie. and lielihi ll \raels fttts-1 itn late- on appiicaiion cold storage ham. ta
GARDINER AUSTIN CO. LTD. AajcnU.
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominie., (or Mil-
iiig to Europe. The usual ports of call ire Dublin, l-.miuii. or
Rotterdam. Single fire 70; usual reductions for children
J
Ml-:. CLE. Ta^lANSATLANTIQITE
(Frcnca. Line)
Sailing to Trinidad, La Gualra. Curscao,
i |r) ,,.. >.., ..,.- Jamnit "n Januar) lot)'
1991.
Sailing to I'l i mouth and Le Havre via Mar-
tiiit-iiie and nuadaloupa on January 29th.
1951.
Sailing (o (iicnada, Trinidad, HrlUsh Cul-
ina iintl French OBlaaui OR February Bib.
HI.I
S..ih..,. to Pi.in.mill and l-e Havre via St
Lucia, Marlinlgue. Ouadaloupe (i'oinle i
Pitre Ii Basse-Terra 1 ond Antigua on
February 17th. 1951.
CO.. LTD.-Agents.
SrK YOURSRI.F AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
We t'BB HuPFly- .
MIHIIOIl .l VSS
In All Rite*
flLV i l M imi. FOUNDBV LTD PROFEirrORS
C^ir ..f Broad A Tadar Htreela
STOCKINOS-Kaywr SI aauae Denier
(fuiari Stockinii Loeely '** *"
i.aa ii 14 par pan Modem Draa.
Snoppe '* 1_
TAIIl FCIOTHS-Pla.lle UMOfaUB.
elottii Pretty Patterna eo 00 >.*
each. The Modem Drsns Bhoppe
TABUTTID* Will's Antacid Tehlrt.
ire a new lemedc for Indtieallon Sour
Siomach. Heartburn. Dyapepota. and
O.Hnrltl- N- matter were >ni ate or
whal von aie doing you con UM Ihem
and no water l needed, they dkaaolvi
SSothly on the lonau- Price I 0 bo.
Knalhl's Ltd H 0 ~"*
t MVERSITV COLLEGE III
IHE WEST INDDXS, simiii;
LECTIRESHH' IN Ml UK INK
APJ'iaCATIONB an in.lleo lor tfl
p...i of Senior l^ct.nei In Medicine. Th
duties will Useludr assistance to the
ProfeiMM of Medicine In teachlnkt
tudeids for Ihe medical degree, ol the
University of London, Use care of
pan*..i. in the Unlvoeally Coll**
lfti*pllal and loneaiih in the Dcpaiimrnl
of Medicine The lart -iasr Is E1.300
C 1.000 par annum and Ihe point
itry In Ih* scale is determined b-.
flcattou. ..nd cp*r1ence Chita
.ante I. paid and alao a tempor.in
of Irving alsowanaa aBiperaanualioii
under PBBU arrarurcrrurnti Un-
f .muhed arcominadalton Is available at
m of I'l ol basic salary. The *uc
ul applicant will be expected to lake
.he poet during Septri.b*. 1*91
Applsrattnno nwlve copses g>vln mil
parucuUes of uu.liPrai.ao> ud IM
n of three referee. .hould he
ived before llth February IMI b
Secretary. Scale Con unlit** an
HUlher Education in the Colons*.. Serial/
i *rs.ty of Londsan London.
W.C I from whom further partlci
be obtained It I ll
TAKE NOTICE
Columbia
Thai COLUMBIA RECORDS INC corporation oiganired and earsli'.a und-
Ih* taws of th State id peiawaie. United Statoa l America. Manufactucei. whose
trade or Im.ine*. adities. i- T Hcveeth Avenue. New York l> Stale ol N> Varl
Uniied Slates of America, has applied for Ihe raai.tiatlon ol a trade mark In Pan
'A' ad Re. sier in re-peri of i.>.uiuafrai.n "i lalkina ma.hine- pan- and a., .-.o.
lea Iheiefor namely, record bru.h*. repeal*!.. -dr>s ... pftrll record ei.velope.
.__ needle cupa and atop mechanisms and record, iherefor and will be
nulled to rcHaler the aam* after one akasIB l. -n Ih. mi. day <* Ja.,uai> IW.
""The trade mark San b* s**,. <*, ..poll
MIt KKJ\T
HOUSES
nUNGAI/)V.'--Mrwi> l.-illt Uungo
In good re> Idantlal area situaOrd ri
the hoteli. but off the main road
Mailing, containing I bedrooms. 3
"mm. and all modern conv
icncea incl.idmi: w.-alk In and built
pirse. ind rardena. Apply to J R. CV~ "

VVVTleLA at S( Lawrene* Gap nssar
the church II eanelits of Drawing aiuf Dining Rooms. 3 B*1ronmi
Water-toilet and Bath Vacant now
Appir to D'Arcy A ot. ^^
Irfrvr/iw in th*
lor hfl/4-i- i-4>suits
IMVERSITV COLLEGE OF
THE WEST IMiII- SENIOR
FCTIRESH1P IN CHEMICAL
PATHOLOGY
AI'PIJt'ATXON-l are invited lor Ih
. nst ol Senior Lecturer in th* DcpnH
menl of Pathology Th* dull*, of Hi
will Include chemical p-thologwi
in Ihe L'niv.,.il College Hosptli
instruction In rnemiral pathology af
Is working lor the medical degree.
of Ihe UnivecaHy of London The salari
scale ta 1.300 50CldDD par annum
and the point of coir In the acale rl
determined by qu.lll. allo.ui and an
perlenr* ChUd aUewance la paid anJ
alao a leenperar) cost ol living a I so wane*
luperannuatsan Is under PBS*J arranae.
available al a rant el 4% of baisc salary
The auccaaalut applicant wit! b* e*pecteO
to take up the post during June IMI
Applsrauon* Hwely* copleai giving lull
gamsii'
as
nwaol.....
a I my pflke
ted .-i. ITB-l '
luch reglatrjIMvi
cat Januarv. MSI
TAKE NOTICE
^TJMBl^
.!.

ir," isaan
.m...ttina Bf
ivMBO ... ,i ...,,
and roetlfyil
eartahle
Ihr-
-f-.
* ,.,t so
received belor* llti Fabruary
ilie Secretary, lenale Comirittee
Higher Education I. Ihe OalonUM lenale
I ii London
W.C I from whom Iwrther raaeUeissae.
i,-..- t^ aM ^.n*(t lSI.ltIn
Thai COM-MBI-. RECORDB IMC. a .mpotation ori
aw law- of th* BUte ol Delaware. United -Hate, of Am*
EM or busineaa addies, i- Tan H.venih Av-oue. New V.
led Slate, of America ha- applied fur Ihe rearWnraiton Of
1 "A of Begistar In reaport of radio r*iMiig. detecting an
and parts thereof, crratal receiving set* regenerator receiving a*
fteauei.cv mpliteri. Mud speakns. detector, amplihcr. Iransmitl
sasui.m tub*., vacuun. lub* uickei" ladio and audio tiequrmv -ian.|..i.uer
gi-l leaks, grid eondanae*. .nd^ctance and co-ipling coils. Rued an i
rsinateii.era. Htawlatori. crystal detectora and mounting* antcnae eoi,|
nent. antmnae protrrtnrv loosi antennae telephone plug' and lark, and electim.:
awaSFhes and will be entitled In reaiter ihe sans* aftei on* month fro.- ihe l*V
fy of J-nuahr. IMI. unleaa anm* person shall in Ih* meantime give notlre
Bufjhcal* to rae al my ofBc* of opfmaiLun ol uch irgiilrat^n The trade N*ai
fain b.- seen on applkatiun at my r-Slce
Dated thi. ITth da. of January. ISSI
II WILLIAMS
Heg..trai l Trade Maik
la I si- b
TAKE NOTICE
MASTERWORKS
a corporation raanded and eiietma und*
Amerlca. ManufaetLirers. smos.
......i Avenue. New York 10. Slat.
Hale, of America haa aopUed for th* leaisatrauon of a lead.
. Basglate* In main of phnnograph raaprda and raaatd blank-, and will
erdllled to reglatr, lh* um afl*r . month from ih* llth day of Januai). Ill
unlaa. some person shall .ve nnt m duplicate to mo a' n
OtBll ofappodilon of -ueh iegi.trai.on fBO *rade maik can be **en en applira*.
tnyCdthli ITlh day ol Jan .ary IMI
II WILIJAMS.
Reg-irer af Trad* Maik.
No. 48 SWAN STREET
Oflm in .Minna ili ! i.......il b) U> andrrslp.....I
las PaMk Trut 1 tlw PiibU. Bnildlnn Bridgstewa,
..... lain Hum 1* noon on Thunder. ?.5th January. 1151.
K-
i.it.i i
i'..-
Tor lln- rental or kaaatw of No
aa froni I.t Mrp l IMI
.\[i|ili'-iiiil- Hrr invii
l.iN"
i Mi' pal Brldfaton n,
i ,11 their Off***)
- 1 Am.Hint of Bent
(2 Duration and t.....litionp ]
: Propoawl platu and
repair* and r*tw
uf Kxpin-liturc
fl alUntsOal
limate amount-;
itacf re|i .....
'
hip lie-t (jr ny offer
l
hhnaeU to accept
T T Ifl'AKLEV.
1 :
i ! \ Shephertl,
rliseea h i
Wm. F0GARTY Ltd.
JiST OPENED
THE GRANGE RUG
100"/.. MOHAIR PILE
In ..I..... and rch-lo..kins coloUM lh.1 arr n
decorator'* ttf !
tH :i 12 inrhr*
IK x 21
M x 27
0 U-M .or..
0 *>*K
9 nt.is
You thai H.u lo tramlorm your LIVING KOOM.
I.ISIM. ROOM. BEDROOM
Cel It now
from
) Win. FOGARTY Ltd.
.


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, JANUARY It, MM
FOR LASTING
QUALITY & SHADES
INSIST ON
BRAND
READY MIXED
PAINTS
AN I. C. I. PRODUCT
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS AGENTS
***%
STOMACH
upsets
the
U npaei
' as a iwult of hyperacidity, a ^
dw a/ D. Witt'- Amaad
1 Pawdsr will draper** the pain
tW *ntrm r-ihl awn-.
1 Flatrfaare. hanrrburo and ;::
tflWiP arc RM Ibc I
ayBaatonia thai Una wmi of i
acid in the tomach can bnnj; i
in iu train. D* Witts Antacid
Powder aoao neutrahm the
erf Mrf at the hi time
other infredienta in the weli-
baLuiaaa formula tooth* and
protect lh* defecate nomath
Iuuna;. Get a anpplj right
^
.t*
ANTACID
POWDER
Nee-traftm A I'd
imwM Stemach
*al*ri .
# for Me Baa* from noma
Carry a I* 3
t .,-...!. D,WITT'S .
I .c.--... TABLETS
IIIIIIVI VI.
GOODS!
From INDIA, CHINA.
EGYPT!
Silk, Curios, Brassware,
Jewels, Linens, Ivory,
Teakwood, Sandal,
French Perfumes, Bar-
bados Scarves in Pure
Silk, Etc., Ec.
'I'llAXI "HfrZlL
kcttU fat ttvUHMfk
MOW'S the rime for this young man to learn the safe,
^ gentle way to Inner Cleanliness] A glass of
sparkling fizzy Andrews is a delightfully refreshing
drink. More important still, however, it ensures every-
day good health by cleaning the mouth, settling the
stomach and toning up the liver. Finally, Andrews
gently clears the bowels.
Just a teaspoonful in a glass of cold water and here's
an exciting, sparkling drink here's the way to
Inner Cleanliness \
REWS
LIVER SALT
V^V.^V,^^^V-V^V^^V//-V-V,V^VA^V.*.V.V>'.',V>',*,V,V,'/)<
vsr.'sssn:;',*.
THE ADVOCATE HAS THE
BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!!
Among some opened yesterday are.. *
CRICKET CAMPAIGNS
ll> \OHM %.\ WHIM IV
THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY
By II Vlllllll li: VMIfMtlMIK
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
. **,*'*'*'*^*,i''**


FB1DAV. JAM'ARV li. 1.51
BAKBAHOS \ll\OC\TK
PAGE SFVIS
CLASSIFIED ADS.i -1D
TELtrHONE 2S0S
HELP
IN MEMOftlAM
OfTM Who iU-iiirtl thil llfl
. ..

I oh* did Mr M
eternal rec
Clldo"! Mi* Owen
oalwi Furtr 'n(HUi iiili\> Emu
vrwood Hanulto.
Porte. Gertrude M.'-th. tV-i-
-...wood. Vn- Yearwood.
roit s aj.i
AUTOMOTIVE
Ifl HI 3
CAR Renault Sedan In good working
i**r. new Uaim*. Tyre m MSSanaaMM
condition. M C. M Hum Room III
Plantation* Building Phone 4MS. MT
UI.5I-Ir
TRUCKS -Two Dodge Truck* 3* and
an model in w.,1,1,,* ,dr-
Applv: ll>e Mnn..i.. Rldfg Plantation.
MM.
1SLSI -dr
VRUK-FTTE I
....
-der
.1 bargain al kMO*"
cotnrnxv oara.;*- tv.i mi*
MASMKY-HAPIUH IX*I Tractor* 41
blip also will! atecl wheel- 1'i.qi.inr
rorriiallt Invited OtmTaaSY ciARAiir
BLBCmCAL
LuHTHir iiANorrrK(*-Wiih
looking dement., (ivw and
ura.er BShAsel NM n home build-
er., bunglnw. nnd (Ut, D,op In and
tee them John F HiiUoii Ud Snephr<
It LSI I
'.m.i- [r None-
ill accept M
i> wornf
Wimiow n-nk Hall Hd Phone DN.
____________________ ia i si 5..
RECEIVED: A hlptfifnl of Petrol-
Eleclrte Lighting and Charging plane
'*-*! Volia amp. Price SIMM
coir Co.. Ltd. 1)101on.

M and II
I'l'lll.ll SALES
CTIIJ. WAITUI F>t
ripniftjnl French and
alao Hf.d Wetter fm
AUCTION
Ma., I 1 t
Oni eaperw-wed aja n
" I Rw] pap-tamlaM
PO M Mi. P.t*.-oI-Si
W I III II-
UNDER THE IVCWt HAMMER
_A__fMV,nWHa *"" (Torn IM
Pndatr tawq lain'.1 Alteyne Arthur" .
m '"'V '*> """"I Royal Oarage
,CA pi
p(-iv V W
I* I 51
AuaUn Cai
rStJ
onlv dan. J,#00 mile.
acclwMl Bat. t p ,
VINCENT nBin mi
MISCELLANEOUS
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
INUIISDAY. January *,,
Mr ARTHUR C. BAYLEYS
Sule RhyUtone, Hasllng*
TIESDAV Jan-r, $mh.-
">r DEAN KLEVAN-S Sale.
Brigade House. Garrison
BRAKKER. TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
19 I __si_|n.
IPRlNOHAM- Tho ....
Bprlngham. Whlta Park Road
JT bflmoved. Appl. D V
Co Ud. ,.
empty blue mo
CARTON". Delivered
Manufactuilng Co Ud <
mwt St ronfv o
LOST
Black and white fo. terrier |
an teen In Jerrmoft. Lama
rnvwweia. Pindar plraar
K leC.al. at Trraaun or Rim
44.020,000 LIVE IN
BRITAIN
LONDON. Jan .8
Tlu- Rec.-trar One.
tve new aMimata of Britain'.
total poavlation a* 44.020.001) Thi-
number of women ** estimated
.il L'LVtoCS.OOO ntul the number ,>f
ii .! M IIJVTJM
Britain had its lowe-
IVnt mortality t-te24 rt.-aih*
per 1.000 live births in the rJUrd
luartcr of 1950.
Ii (ompared with 27 deatliN acr
1.000 births m the the previous year and Um **tt
* of 38 per 1.000 for the 'htrd
luarten of th ten yeirs 19S50
Harbour Log
la Carlisle Bar
Qaraai
n ,,
' at V SaiUrdaU *k u.i-
flM. Strh Ijurtaftif.
\KI'I\ \1 -
i*. tjm ion
.i I. H ..
Pa*
TAKE NOTICE
NURSIA BRAND
Th.-t
nnn
Balwaob Biida-lon -
Vauafcal' Hub C*
C'o Advratr Advt
I "MMM. M.AVHTII.V
II -at up (or aai* by Publ.i
""" '" **" Jan>r. S4rtvt
I and r>biuar> 1WI. at 1 p m
BOAlllES I'l^KTATtON
ud ronlammf b-
i a> arte. a rood. S3 pnrh,-
about 18 acrai arc arab
iad* up follow*
:.i ,
raody
liiipn-lion an application to M
Kni|ht on Ina prrmiw.
ycarwooo ii Bovcc.
..... IK
WASWINO MACMIKF-Or
MyOktt il" .n.ii drirr lf*t
mi net ha rrplaead lo-dav
Joatn P HiilMui I Id P n rdlhlll
Cotton
and *-.u,
Dra* < -
> II
hoUH
a rtonr
huh haa Oallary
IMiiIiib Room.. 3 Bcdruoxu
Showar balh toarlhn
! af land Apulv In
Maiannr IT1-
IB LSI-In
riJK>lTURE
Ft'ltM-I'
i Painted- I >i
I'iki- i.iuii-i- sisno
VVnili.Und.
Sroil. Hai
m wncr ivm..
..itila.1 DtT.iini-
Sra D'Anv A
Fl-BVITfRr H..lp*t Baard oflara Ihr
f.illiiiiiii Nrw Mahogany (urnllura
ninlnc rhair. Ii i-r pr Tub Chain
S3B to par pa Cockti.il Table. 110 to
Taa Imlle ID 00 Streamlined Mor-
ni chair* *.*: "o each. Vaniilo aN aach alto Mnpa "t
ata and toon Nol (ortatllns a large
naapilmeri of tacond hand furnltuia
Call .il Ralph Br.tB' lurnlahlng .how
room.. Ifi-idwo-Mi Allay Open Sam
IO 4 p n. dally Cloaa Saturday
'naorn Phone ***:, IS I .la on
THF undtrtim-d will act up tor aaw
i-y public Compailtion at tnatr offlM
Roabuck Rtraal. Brldarlown. an Fri-
day tha Itth InaUnt at I p.m
tVAsrroH
With tha land thereto baloogtnf ron-
tilninfl IB3I1 aqua re fact, llluaic at
lip Rncfc. Cbrttl Church
Tha dwalllnihouaa eomptlaaa thraa
hadraona with lama bulll-ln cupboard..
apBclowa Wan, dining room, and mod-
ern kIMhaw. loaathar with two UWd
toiiata and batha. Servant rooma and
roparty command* a mas.
LIVES lOCK
COW One Graded Cuemaei Halter
Calf lati d. ok). Mother *lvl 30 pt*
ol milk -Ith aacond calf Apply t
Mr*. I" I Ward. lower Bank Hall Croaa
Road 1 ii m
COW
Bull Prli
3.UT J
0 B
IT.ll.SI 1 I
MECHANICAL
MISCELLANEOUS
CAPS Plait*
. .......
Modern n
?'
Cap- It
T".
I41J1 "
niviNO coodiJEs En
p) nimnimi u"(
hroiiih your BoiKlea adm
ro.........I (I'd mound >.
nior.Nix
For a eood tome alter tha Flu tr*
It-. ..: Cod U\<
cnfllv dlgciled and palatable piefurn-
tlon. Price ! i">i KNIOHTa LTD
THF RFXAtJ. CHF.MIST
UPTONS TEA -The one and only U
hat cominanda tha larfeat aala In, II
vnrld aa rtatad on each parkaac an
hi never been challencrd told I
iroeera yer\.ier'- 1SLB1S
llWenl
1-r further partlculari. I
i'"l CondlUoni of Bale, Apply
^l-rholla a. Co. Talephana "~
aaj | h
a i si
PROPKBTT FOR SALS OR MM
KKNDAL HILL Chrlat Churen
l;" leavlns laland eoon. Two Bed
cm. Dining Room. Drawing Room
kilchen. Shop attached, enclosed Yard
ar wire awaiting currant, a Rood.
3 Perchaa of Land. Apply M. D. C
I. on premlar. in 11]- on
DMIRABLE Dwalllng hou-a called
aUUEEZKIXY" aunding on approal-
natalr 1 rood 10 parebaa of land at
Maawell Coart Road. Chrlit Church
ha houao conlalna open Verandah
iwing room, Dining room. Ilreaklatt
m. Kilchen. Thraa bedrooma with
las room and running water,
downatalra Ona large bedraoni and
"iroom upatalnt Utual convenlencca
dnwnttalra. Elactrlcily Ihrouihout
Three lervanta' room and convrnlrncea
i jard. Oarage for two cam
Th* above ptope.t, wU| be aet up
for aale by Public competition at oui
Ofhce Jamea Street on Friday Ittl
January IK1 al t p.BB.
Iiupertlnn hv nppoiniment Dial IJlt
VF.AP.WOOD Ai BOYCF.
Solicitor'
lX.lF law
TWO ROODS OP LAND altuate al
Hotharaal Turning. St Michael. In tho
potaeaalon of ^ Mr SpilnS'r ni lacij-t
irning. >
till ha
Tha i
m bile competitio
aaaai Sireal. Bndfeto*
lie 19th January IBM .
CAIIRL\r.Td..
Soilcllor.
U.IJ1 7"
IM HI M VOIIIIS
I NIVKRRITV COLLEGE OF
THE WEST INDIES. CHAIR
OF 8ITROERV
APPtJCATlONa ara Invited lor ap
polnlmcnl U< Ihe Cbalr of Surgery Tbl
Proleaaor Will be head ol tha Depart men
of Surgery and will be raapoiialblr (o
degree* o/ tha University ol tendon an.
for tha development of raaaarch. Ha aril
alao i-e In charge of
erally Colle
II.-
i .. ..I bed.
The
PILLS- Reatl Kidney a Bladder Pill*
it m.ld but effective liver atlmulant.
rleanw nnd purify tha blood and are
it mild but effective liver vHmolan'
Prlc i n hot Obtalnab'e at Knight.
i.td i" I '' -'
p i-.,.
Pr-HMANEMT neadlaa for your record
player, and needlee of all kind* Price
fl ag. Racorda of ail Mnda too. A
I1ARNR. CO LTD ft 12JS-t-l.n.
thould begin at aoon after lal July IKI
*i.n be arranged Tha nalar<
at a rlaed point In the range
i.-i\MD per annum Superannt
under FTISU arrangemenU Chi
i "ii arc paid and alvi a triiiim
of living allowiiit l.'nfurm.hr
modallon la available at a rent
: aalary. Appllcaliom nwelt
ig ouillScaUont and Ihe i .
rafaraa* bauld be received before
Februarr mil bv the Hat-retai <
lie Committee on Higher Educatto<
ha Colonu-a Um>er*ltv al Uiidon
He Houae London WC1 K-.
ROtXR RAZORS DM
and forget your ahi
KNifiiiTi nitrn stokls
rag
II. Ran >r
trouble*
It. I II-Ir
SJEALJNC BANDS ThcM- for I
..I your Time Saver Prcaaure
have arrived. Pleaaa aend ha IS
lo be Riled. John F Huta..n
Shapnard Street 1
tWRET RISCCITS~Wa carry a large
buying eaatwhere. KMIOHT'S DRUG
STORF_ ! I*' "
1TOCKINOS Kay-er 11 gaua
M'kan Stocklnsa- Lovely m
M.aa U.14 par pair Mndei
Shoppe "
TAiti r< : i.ths Plan I Ugaaj T-"
riottiaPratlT Patterna ") >
each. The Modern Drew Shoppe
TABUtTSDa WHfa Antacid Tablet,
,.re new ran.edv fo, Indlgeatlon. Sour
Stomarh. Heartburn. Dyapepal
ONatltTC TICKrr-N.i ia. 1
paeaec return tmr to N F Law
High Strait or FTC Magazine
RAUt AND COPY pei
Mr ll.l... Holford. lV<
i penaaa return lo Advocm
IM III M \OIIMS
1.11,1 on LICENSE NOTICE
ia application of Aleaander Hole ol
bury SI John (..r pcrmlaaion to aaU
II*. H.lt Uqur.iv At al a board
ahlngle ->..,. ull.i-hed t-. re.id-...^
orner ol Wilror. Hill and Bclmont.
Pa
inu nih dav r J.
H i.lilll 111! i u
INJlCf MaglaUate
N M-Thl- appllcatlo
10 at a LlceiLaing Ol
i..... art ImiM.i
I A IIOVTE
Applicant
will be conaid-
ir- to he held al
: en wmii..i..i
O B. URIFriTII
mii k :

npainy duly organiaed undo* tii. I
"*.' w ,hT "" h' Maav.lact ,.
iil Merchanta. whoae trade or bun-
or the regiHranon of tr.de --
" r"n of Roglatar m roaa
milk oad dairy piodut
nrr II London Mannar 4 aa ..... net
^'apl Lawrenre lor Trinidad
Schooner Rotrrpau. S a* . pad
Si I ucia
tone nei. Capl
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
.il.e .

.hip. through ihoir Barbido*
producta derived from -.
ducla eaniamtng ihe t tmna, !.,,.
dianta. edible Ice and per.,**... and K
be entitled t rtallale. .n. .
-me montn Irom the IMh da> ..I J.nn.r.
'Ol. unlaaa aoma pee-on aha|| Ul the
rneanUme gtva m>li>e < dupln ate I >
ma al my office ol oppoailton ol He
regUlrallnn The irade aaaab ... .
een on appliratum
i day i
M
m, office
Jj-iuai. tS|l
Wli I.1A\.*
neg>r.rjr ol Tr.ulr Murlr.
__ IS.LM I-.
" TAKE NOTICE "
FARM BRAND
That K V FABR1EK VAN Mil.K
PaODVCrBI DER VaaWaWUHM
7\ n-FTJirREIDa-RSl. a limited nabiiif-
Company duly organ land under Ihe
bawS of lha Mather land- Manufacture! >
and Merchanta wheee trade or buaim.
i* la II Peraoonutam BoHerdi
Nethorlandai haa applied
SS Archangaloa. II. Oolombic
Herula. SS Capl-in Jeh. -
Opal II London M.nn.. . v .
SS Fraitcatlore. II J^oapactoi
SS PreUdani Dutra
V I
DISHER DISHES
THE POLITICIANS
IX)NIV0N
-way Irom whal In
il-Srtk-r-Ot
I 'iilii-li i.iIk: f
Disher has bought 8.000 acres |t
lliiliih Hondurag and plana U
tart it boatinu. wi.raminc anu
(IshinB "paratii-.
iitong ofTeretl lo no wit
him wilhin two days of hi* appr.r
for -men who are no! bossed b\
women and who don't have I
wear wool next to their For mil
director of a Chniherwell. Ixuido
pickle factory, until It was rorr
pul-only acquired to mak
ii "open space" n \\,
greater I^indon greenhel* pirn
Talking about his new lite In
British Honduras. Disher said
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

itsbly qualified
--. ii.....
De Malenaaa SS
laSaaa
Jaw
Ma
M. .
lajawaa
SS Thr
s S sn.
fag. ... Stat
ss Bwaarl
fca
n-
Regiatar in re*
and dairy prodi
ivad from name.
!-
' lh
edible in
ie en I tiled
*. month lr.lm th^
X IS5J. unleaa me
1 meantime gite null.
.1 '- |.
.ni aa Ingra
gaq
TAKE NOTICE
SULPHATRIAD
Tha< MAY Si BAKER UMIlaJ> I
Hliah Company, trading a* Manulaclur.
ig Chrmiiti. v. riaj e trade or butSneaa
Jilreea la Dagonham. haae> katguud.
ti.n applied for the reglatration of a trade
Pelt "A ol Regiatei In reaprcl
d 11. valid.
li.iid.giii.
lor killing
to icguter lha me after
from lha istn da* ot
il laaaSfS aim' pea on ahaii
time (nr notice In duplicate
reglatrataon The trade mark can oe
rn on appllcabon al mv ot^rv
Dated thi. ifth day of January. ISM.
H W1IA.1AM-.
Regi.trar of Trade Mark*
III.II 3n
lart .ubtlancai. infanla" at
loud*, pi utter.. malarial foi
malarial for 'topping teeth.
Hi fee taut*: preparation*
TAKE NOTICE
Thai MAY Si BAKBR IJMITKO. ..
pntl^i (..nipany. loading aa Manulaclur-
' la. whn r Irade or buaJnaaa
Dagmlum. Eaara. England
i... reSSSI
MMgaBgR
.1 auch regialration The Irade mark
an bo aaen on application al my oflao
Dated thi 17th oiv ,.( January. 1*5.1
H WILLIAMS.
Regi.r.r *] Ti vl- Marht
II LSI In
TAKE NOTICE
ZEPHROL
Thai MAY A BAKER 1JM|T4> -
MUM. Company. IradUtg a, Manula,
luring cnrmiti*. whoae trade ur bit lnr<*
rddreaa i* Dagenham SSuea Knciami
Mi applied for the regi.tmti of a Ira
Seari ter in roapa. '
I t- C...ir*ee-.o.
rvfi ta Alcoa P.rliiet a *. latbin.n
BJ Moimactei- SS- La CWrbreatfo
- S Boakonp 18 P.irtner. IS. 1-Uloaa,
^ S l-ampanu. S ft Alf Ij'ideberg. SS.
N.rae Mounialn. SS Brrmnov. SS
Argeotaii MAIL NOTICES
Mail* for Dominica and Anligur kj
h I .i.inirh. .hi m
Pott Office .- under
Mall at S pm Ti BAH
.uaiy. 1B6I HegMtoed Stall

something of
fnim nallaai
forni-ltllini; '
opportunity lo do
importance, fret
ms and
1*41 Regl.lri.-d
t-i DAI IS
MaUa I
I .in- H

Disher dWcloscd that he had j
ajraacb claaiad pouDd lat plant-
fin plusmJ unti banana.-, and *
l buying heavy aqulplrtani foi
more land clearance, tultiva- ,
Ition. sawmill u.nrk. powtt gBfitl I]
1 BtlnK nnd Inso-t control
The fornici pit kit- manjfsc-i.'
turer plans to relutn to hi* "par- I
adise" in a few weeks' lime
Mv wife and four rhilHren j
1 am taking more than l,M0 ttM
siml records to kMp
saidI.N.S
Canadian Ratt'S
Appli.
r*uin ti>r the vfc.nu:> jt
St. CU
live minimum qualific-'ir.n (t.i
. OattaaWat*
3 Application* must be suh.ntlled on M
I tF.3i (b) for men and E 3i ] which may be obtained
I from the Department of Education but '.imll-lates who have already
submitted one of lb8M ftrr In tpscl i ;i nay apply 0> letter acconii-niiirti b) ;i recent leitirnonial
4 Any teacher who applic- ... the ,al? of anobier
tUM inform hi< or her tresent Cl.tirriun of Managers and ihe
Hf.id Teacher of any application for lUCn a irantfet
J All applications must be onclffaM m envelipes marked
BoafaT" In the top lef. h..;, c.rner and must reach thr
I)> tmrtmt-nl of Education l>^ Saint.', v STlh .lutnisry, 19S1
I misry. IBfil 19 I .51Jp
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
"i Amsterdam and Dover -
'ire' 9th (4h. January IM'
SI t-iiH>a-- li.d trd February ISSI
tailing from Antwerp and Amiter-
Saai M S "Urameelad gth. IMh
I H tiitltra' Mth
imilad Paaaanger AccoaruwedaUoi
llebla*
P MUSSON, SON CO LTD.
Agent
and Aruba Pat-
It \> 1 WnOOMMl own
ERA AHSOCftYtO* im
Tel
madia ii National Shaiusliips
... Sat h-r-ta
.aterlru
'-1
alii'
a*, plotter*, malarial for bandaging
lerlal for .topping leeth. d'ryai wa>
nlactanta preparation* for klllie^
.1* and dratroMug vermin, and will
ni I tied lo regular Ihe earn*- aft*.
month from the llth da> M
the meantime give
i.ie ai my office h
rrgialration The
ran on appliratior
lice In duplicate i>
de mark can b-
r.f January, IMI
K WILLIAMS,
of Tr-dr Maik-
11 I SI ?.
TAKE NOTICE
ANTHISAN
FOIt MMM
| Ei.au i.
. I
rill Bun
..I phai
i Pmtt "A"
I. >l, i
.. t.,i.: i
I Reg liter ,
for
and wu
lie **..- alfa-i
IMh da> ..
ywadjj ,,d aMraylng >
ie iniit'eu i i.
in i in., u.. from l.x
..itiaiv laol unleaa nane par on an.iu
i Ihe meantime give notice in duplicate
ii ' .'I m office nf opposition ol auCn
eaMlratton The irade mark can oe
on on iippllrauon at my (.five
Dated tin l?th d*v of January, IMI
II. WIL1JAMS.
Reg t ti ar of tiade Mark*
is i.st -m
.That MAY A UAKE1I
Rritl.h Cnmpanv. tradlnaj aa M
l-g Ch addreaa la Dagenham. Kaaaa.
Im- applied for Ihe retfitfmlnm
mhi." iii Part -A" of Regi-ler
nf pharmaceutical, veterinary
I.-..1.
maierl
......(
.ter lal for I
..,,-.. ,,i
li.'-.i
nth from the lath dav
IMI unleaa aome perton I
eanlimr give notice in dupli
in. office ol opposition of i
on The trade -
application at my office
thi llth dn. i.l Ii
W1UIAM '-
. II.
Mm
TAKE NOTICE
fO-DAYS NEWS HASR
Latent M ti.r Car Model* Ii
IIINKI-IV TOYSall will
Rubber Tyre*.
Sheel Pis-tic for Lamp
Shade.
AT
JOIINHOVN STATION HIV
and
II VltliU Mil
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
Ma
Kl 1HOS
*.-... r.r.a.
i......... man bi*m
FOR
HltAhlMlN'
... rag '"'
SALE
,i.-ed grounda.
mmii hi it\^
IHI
i -. i i i : s i
That COl.l'MUIA RECORDS I------ ---------------.......
Ihe law. of the State of Delaware United Slate, nf America. Matii.laetinec. .
Irade or biuine** addre u IS* Seventh Avanu*. New York IB. mate of New
L'nllad State. t America, ha* applied fur Ihe iegittratn.ii nf a nadi- mat
PaM A" ol Regular in reaper' "' Phonograph needle- p........grapn t. .
record blank., and will be entitled In regi.lar the *ame aller ..ne numth Irom lite i I
IMh dav of January. IfBl. unleaa aoma paraon aball In the meantime give mice g
in duplicate to me al my ornoe of nppoaltntn of tuch regmrairim Tha trade' \
i. .mil tan be *een on application at my office I #j
Dated thi. llth dav nf Jn. )( WILLIAMS. [ Il
a.. Ul
NEW ad Rrneweil
Bedatewoa,
'. .. ma.
Ilreaalng Table. > lo SM
Wardrobe*. Unen pre .
DINtNi IIIIMI
n Sideboard.. '...... I lb) -t
l..lile. In man,. -Ire. Chair.
Couehe* Rockeni. Arm llnim-
...i.i .. .1 I -. ii.n
. ! M | Ml i IM
Morn- Spring and s, ,
L. S. WILSON
Trsfalgsr Ktreet Dial fS'i
-i.hi of Trade Mi
.- Pal _
. ... ,n, rornoul apa) "uit iieaa
. i I,. i i- .i.
ian., gallerle*. I geiagea elc .
HulUble Mther lor continued -a
.,. private reeadnnce or a* a
, i...... r.t*i.llrg Ivuuaa
tHiENAHA M W I A l.it.lul
I .1 well Sound miuli t hume
foasalnlng I -.dnio.. S na.1
, ..... verandah. I bathroom.
.i ilineg. II
mder pe.turr aid geiden
M annul ESOO i-
1. ana Full p.rllrula
rrot a garage.
, I :
..in. ... a mbuM -""" 1 ' '"
lint. F..II

FOR RENT
. .li... Bhh.iIi..
n.iw K...I I i-..o^..i
. i imMtM
RIAL *TATa AGENT
AiitmoNrr*
! .SIATIOM* BDILDntQ
Phnnr 4840
INSOUMB
v,, Bella
Montreal ....> l:..i.- M
ADV HODNKY i) Ja> IS Jan SS Jan 3S Jan
i- 1 .n II Sell IJ Fek
AN CHAt l BNOm IS Fa. SS Fab SI r.b
S Mar I Mar 11 M ia M-i
*I>V NELBOt. IS Mai 1 Mai ss ... ii Ma'
\N I'll.I.I JEM1KR .il\ i:i.|iM'. 3 Ap. II Apr IS Aa-
11. AP. 1 i A;.i :; a,.. 31 Apa
"UNUOHNS JB. Arrive.
Rarbada Ho* ton SI John Halilat
km aopmr 10 Pel II Fab 31 Fab 11 Tel* _
ADY NSLSON SI Fc tt Pel I Mar Mar
'ADY RODNBY IT Ala IS M II Ap, 1 Apr
ADV NFIAON 13 A.i II AS' SS Apt 34 Apr
. AUV NODNBY' IS Ma II Mat 31 Mu 2 May
All tcoel* fitted with cold -tor age chgrru
tier. Pai.engei w*SS and fretgh """' pin-at Ion a
GARDINER AUSTIN S CO. LTD A gaals.
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
COfltaal Antilles Proiiucts, Limited. Roseau. Dominl.. for sall-
iiig to Europe. The usual poris of rail art Dublin. London, or
Rotterdam. Single fare JI70; usual reductions for children.
'll-:. CLE. TllAi%?-ATLa%.WTIVi:K
(Franck Lina)
ss < OI.OMHIK Sailing to Trinidad. I* (iualra. Curacao,
I'artagriia iiml Jamaica on January 18th.
IMI.
S I COIOMIIIK Sailing lo J'hmuuth and l-e Havre Ml Mar-
tinique and Cuiidcitiupe OB Januarj' 5**th.
11*51.
iS aABCOONE Sailing lo Grenada, Timidad. BrlUuh (.ul-
ana and Fninh (Iniana on February 8th.
IMI
SS. (lASCOCNE Sulllng lo I'lyinoulh and lef Havre via 8L
Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe iPolnte a
Pitre a BasM-'-Tsrrai and An'igua on
February ITh, 1091.
R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
Sr ! YOURSF.I.F AS OTHERS SEK YOU.
We Can Supply . .
MIHHOII ..IASS
. In All fttte*
ran twnmsM empohwm
CtNTRAL FOUNDRY LTD rHOFWrTORS
(nr of Broad at Tudsr HkreeU
Slv Cnllaare
i Dm a tii. m
i 1* XISDO
Ihe pouil
nil* N-
and no
rmnnthtt
Kntghf.
mg you e
^ needed
I MVKRSITV l til 1.1 (.1 OF
THE WEST INDUS. SFNIOK
in it itiMiir IN mi mi'i m:
APJ'IJCATIONB are melted far UM
,-t M Senior laelurer In Medlctnc Thj
d ii lie* will inch.de uKUnrr lo the
Profeaarn of MedKlne In teaching
atudrnta for Ihe medical degree, of lha
M lndon. ihe cara of
pane' i. in Ihe Univerell
HagMtal Mid raaearrh I
ol Medicine The aalai
a S-Slftll per BMM
ot entry In lha aeole ia omerminea
nialirVcatlon. and aaperlance CT
allowance I* paid and alao a tampon .
coal of living auowanM. SupcrannuaUon
i* under FSSU aarangfernenta V
fianilihed acaommod-lk.n b available
a rent of S-l of baaW MUry. Tha
ccMful applicant will be en pec ted to lake
up tha i-..t during aWp-tambar
Anpl*ratm- iiwelye cofWea giving
parucuUr* of quaUacMiana and
F* of Ihree referee*. should
ived before llth February ISSI
Secretary. Senate Commit tea
Higher PduCMIon In the Colon to-. Senate'
ie t nner.ilv af I^andan. Lond-
TAKE NOTICE
Columbia
Fvft RENT
HOUSES
IH\n.\IJ>W--Newlv tmili Uungaaou
m good re-tdentlel area .itualed r*ai
ihe hotel*, but off Ihe main road In
"atting. containing S bedroom. 3 re
i-nce. includlnr; walk In and built m
prataaa and cuplmarda Wall I ay ad otr
B.,denv Apply to J. K. C o J*-^
VI-V1LLA at St LawTence Gap
the Church It conalat. of Open Verandah
Drawing and Dining Room*. 3 Bed
Water-Iotlet and Bath. Vacant
Apply to D Arcy A SeoU
l#/ f*'#-1 ** in th+
^ts*a^ora'*"
tor b*>tt*-r r4*\ut*
ari
That COLUMBIA REC'IRDS INC a t-.rputation organired and eanm
Ihe law. f lha State i.l pelaware. Ui.irO stale* of A main a. Manufacture!
Hade or bn.inoM addie t* TSt Seventh Avenue. New York II. State ul R.
United Stale* of America, haa applied lor lha raB.lialu.n M trade mail
"A nf Re.tter in npipert .,1 phonoSrafh nr talking machine-, pan- and acaeaaoi
lea Iheialor namely, record bruaho repeaie... .eedW* or at>n. record envewpa*
record album*, needle cup* and top mechanlam* and record* men*tor arid will be
entitled to regl.Ur Ihe aame after ona monlh frun the IMh d.v pf Januarv IHI
lapta arama por*-'. -hall In tlte meantime glvr nonce in dupiipgte lo me at mv
The trde mark c*i be ecei. -. .n.pu-
aK-
of eopoMtnm of aueb regknratMui
I
H WII.L1AM~
Iti-gmrar ..I Trade Mark*.
II I SI -,
TAKE NOTICE
cOLMi4
IMVFRSITY COLLEGE. OF
THE WEST INDIES. SENIOR
I FCTIRESHIP IN CHEMICAL
PATHOLOGY
AI'PIJCATK*rS are lntite.1 for UM
port of Senior Lecturer in the Depart
n.ent nf Path*>log> Tha dutla. of |j,
poet will Include chemical pathological
work in tha Unive.Uly College Howait.il
and Inatructlon in chemical pathology o-
tudenta wnrking for tha medical degree.
nf Ilia L'niVeeMty of lndon The *aUi't
erale li EIJSM) a SoSlSfai per annum
and Ihe po.nl of entr In Ihe acale I.
(Selermlned b* q.ialllnatlona and ak-
perlence Chlkl allowance i. paid anJ
alao a lemnorar> rott of living allowanee
FuperaruuiatUKi i. anataff PaSSI' arranaa.
1 unlahed acceimodatton
vailabla M a rent ol S't of bauc *alarv
The lurcaaafut applirant will be aapacted
to take up lha poat during June IMI
Applaration* .twelve roptea. giving full
parUeiilar* ot qualification* and the
raanea of Uuea refer* aa. aftould bo
received Befare IStb Fab-..ar. ISSI
Thai COIfMRt* RF,CS INC.
lha law- 1 Ihe Stale of Tela Mai
trade nr ... Mggg addrwa* i. levenlh / venue. New Ie of New Yoat
United S ale. of Ameora h applied >r the regi of a trade mark .
Part A ol Regi.tr. M reap -I of radio ranamittlng *e'
end part lantM i .,i.
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not laler ihuii IS noon on Thursday, ?.5lh January. 1961.
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iate ContmiSMe o<
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mar be obtamad IS 1 Il-ln
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nenl. antennae protrctort. loop antennae telephone plug< and jack* and elec
BWlprhe* and will bt entitled In resile, the aaano after one month fro.- the
ay of Januatvr. ISSI. unlee* anme par.r. ltiall in lha meantima give n-.ti
Supllrate tu me al mv olBce of oppoaili.Ml ol auch regi.tralion The irade
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' Dated IBM 17th da.
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, IAMVAH i. 1951
Qtoub Callinq
B.i
M
C'APT WILLIAM LAMI.ERT
' former PHvata Secretary tc
Jin Excellency the Governor was
among live passenger', leaving b>
ih* Golfita on Thursday after
not n. H#- ! n route to the I' K
Carfo Supervisor
CAPT. J. MAtlMXH i:e i
the Cargo Suparvison of
Saguenay Termlnai. l.id. Rg>
llonert at McKerule B.C., arrived
on B.W I. A 'a B G. Hltf
day afternoon. Here on a short
viiit he is staving at the Hotel
Royal.
"Laad Sailors"
THE 1M1 yachting season bi
gins this afternoon Bwrtl)
after two o'clock >dchting lam
will gather on the pier of uV
Aquatic Club and on the Yacht
Club beach lo watch the regotta TH1 i one of th* portrait agates**
Just as in driving a car. there f Mr-, da Knh' hosband which
ire "bacst seat" drivers; in yacht- PBinWd tor her forthcoming exhtbi
ing there are the "Land SailwV Uon
who discuss and criticise the Forthcoming Exhibition
Ll"'""iigJ lactics from the shore -gjjjHAT stnk.es me most about what not. any old thing ilt
Some follow the races more close- W ^ forthcoming eshibUiQl. ""n#r jacket, white jacket oprr.
ly by using binoculars. Even on oI Fcl- ^ Kuh, \%* w?.' nk shirt, anything On...
k In Barbados
WIN HLTCHINGS ol
aajga] House" St Jm
ho gag ueen in England since
August. 1950 returned by t.
' ..Umble on Thursday.
With Royal B.nk
\/Mii gad Mrs. Derail Davftas Ml
iVjior T:..ti ia B tg-e Gegflt-> '
Kaglanc Mr nanias is with inc
>n1 Ilantt of Canada here
B.G. Bird*
L1M T-COLONEl. H U Da'-
m ,i memoer of la* Egv.
uva 4 *ha West iridsa Comrggitr-
oar.-lv preassrterl the Cc imit-
Ih three cagag .! ^.saTed and
. ountrd birds from British Gui-
M They had been collected n>
g late Sir Henry KaU Davscti
Free Drwgg
rtl /"^AIUB hag Biade his mans, tap to
\~J go to the HcvfcLey CM
do at the Crane to-nafht la
gssU .< te tall stars*, goaag the
nmnds about what lo wear and
the beach
hting fans
I RsaJ
"-he Esplanade and
along Bay Street, ya>
Bather to see the race
4Bar Exam.
W Reece- daughte
Audrey came third in Con
tract and Tort and seoond
Properly in the li |aj |
She recently became
to a Law Student in bond
Short Visit
RES'. W READ.
Secretary of -he General
Conference of Seventh Djv Ad-
venttft- stationed In Washington. h
arrived from B.G vcslorda;.
afternoon by B.W.i.A. He leaves
on Wednesday for Panan
Trinidad
.old
' and you wont feel out in M
Special For The Coma
paintings and pencil sketches,
is the great variety of stvlc in her
work. Some of it. like the Wal-
lace collection which i- on show _^
.gain this >e.,. Is to the finest de- T^ ^"^ "<** * J**u"
lad. Others are dune in a more House of Cotnmoi... whicj, Bj
broad style, depending on how the *>' betow Thaasas high-waU-r
j'ifsentt itseir li.vel. baa an asphalt tanking strife.
ssMaus ihe exhibition opens at the de lure specially aoapSsd to an.-i
engage.! Kuh's fl,.t in "The Pavilion". Hast- water leva* coadiUoni. The work
ings. on Januar> 23rd. was earned out by the Lrnmci
The trees in Barbadas are go ?nd Trinidad Lakr Asphalt Com*
interesting that she has made a i-gav Limited
great study of them Her paint-
ings of trees arc full of c<
Inch she sees when light __
-omblne. reflecting several
lours. In her street scenes
& well she rinds a variety of col- West ladies left for England u*
u> our in the walls of buildings. Thursday afiem^-i. b> '.!* Geiftle
'fuch give her pictures added life They have visited TruM.lad. Toba
BRITAIN MAY SOON
BE WALKING ON OIL!
ir'rnsn Oar Lssaaau CorresfMtndeBl)
One everyday requisifr whicr Ml risen steeply, al-
though unavoidably, in priC* sin(. y:> ...n da>*s Is shoe
leather. Since this price is K0"*1""^ u>' '"^ c*vX o' ,m-
ported hidesstill becoming dearer- it is easy lo under-
stand why housewives ha\r sometimes -.huddered at prices
shoe manufacturers and n-pairapi ban-e been obliged to aafc
And il is equally easy to under- Is&bj as poroaitv. flesil.UK
*iand the interest being shown by ease of manufacture, have been
the boot and shoe Industry in an systems*call., developed An"
innovation which ssaa now bee., tfug dev-elopmcnt has been an
mad^poasible m Britain u* . ,,, out while keeping dasjm tl -
,\^ZHL1. 1 *na "^ substi. cost of the subsutulc product to
.dte materials, r 0,4^,. thl( , tnP ^t^t
leuah. as solr for footwear o: aM atato
types
This alternative 10 esjjen :\ Tnat being so. it might be con-
leather has been wideH. ciot.%e*i 1 Kicreel surprMing that O'l of all
(he UAA sance IMO To-^aj footwear made in Britain lo-d->
Isaaot m% of the 0 sniluon pair. u still leather soled But ther.
of shoes manufarUirsM in Ames- it gaad reason Until now
ua's faeharies annually gf rtritisr boot and shoe masuila.-
Miled with suaatilus* isMsruU lurer* ha\T not enjoyed any do-
In the chaagar Unas. th rneatic source of the type of syn-
uar af aweh awhsOSMSai w aapeu- theti. substitule oetng used by
miemporaries In the
Nor coukl tlasse raw
be imported owing to
neon of conserving dollars How-
ies awrtag SSse rereaat war. wfte* ^vwri u^. ,wiftly oeveloomg B1.1-
! .-owes* sstasag lo the US arm.-^.-,, pBSj^oum-chemscaU industry
foross had assrfarrr to ssake as b'^rVsuliing rrt^n the expansaon o
east oil reflnerse* w rapidly chang
ng the picture
Already one leading firm "
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
ti iMt JABTaar a. sssi
The News. 10 u.w We"'
Asalswa, lllam rratn th* BallUirlal*
I a m Procramm* ParaS*. 1SB -*
r,i ih* TMrS ppocramm*. a.sa. Fssm
U WMtar P~-. as* a TaSi
Muuc. IS*b frofn Hillaln. If a m CluavDo*'.
II IS am Programm* Para**. II S am
lnt.li*. 11 so am W.la. a inowm Th* N*wi. II IS p m H**a
PUSBlpBhl II IS o rr CkM* Down. 113
.p Ih* M.hlc. 1 p 111 Cam-
.-.-. of Ih* waak. tU |> of ih* ihi*t eroaaa. S p.m Muar l*r
Uanrins U S p m. PtosTamm* f*a>.
7 p m Th* Ns-a/a. T p m H*
An.l.ii.. tllpm B*h,d Ih* Nf. 1 4S
hit Sandi isaePharaan at in* Thnii*
OrBfei. !' R*lo N*ar**l. a IS pn>
Caanpjan Ol Ih* w**. I SO p In Badlo
Thaalr*. SM p m Km from Ih* Bail*'.
10 pm Th* N*.. 10 10 pa fr**n th*
Banacuila, 10 IS p m AnjtMna U> D*ra*.
l*S pi. Veun ranhnill*. 11 P m Your
!*ona Paraa*
uw m s-aesi aaiiaianii a -aspeci ineti
ally aaawlar Ifaae east of let. u**
crsTssssasi's ahiai. tar 1 nasisl have is
leather become correspofidin.o
aasy This should be wekonic
news for nthers besides manul-
turars, and make budaetlng for
expenses over shoe repairs and
replaessssants much easleT lot
housewives with whom every
counts
Irish Cotif4e
gad Mrs. J Corbslli, u,
Irish couple who have bee
.ponding their honeymoon in th
M
Government An.lyit B.G U7M.? < wvcr.l picium of ,!, urn aubdiii dunui wu su:
M
rlllnh ThiU.
^n-iaS'aSr'S" "*r in ,-tad
... Ar,-]...i m in "ue. nu iiincvrni ernes Of ^- ., .
ouiium n-lurncd to B.G ynter Knooncrs in th<- Cmir^rimfr Thrrr Altar l^amaBBaa riaaamys
day afternoon by B.W I A %tlcr "rc ,wo eh studies, picturing VfISS CKANTAI. COTTREl^.
two months' holiday in Barbados u'w ,ldc and another of Rockley ITS a student of the Ursulm
Also retunuiuj to B G. yesterday "each with a large trer in the Convent returned from Martini*]..
- Mr. Mervyn Bel '"^SZ! .. ._____.. ___,____<*> Thursday im.nuni oy the S S
pave District Ensmeo.
Public Works Department
He wan ,., With relative
here.
First Attempt
EDJUC MALCOLM ROBEKTS
who comes from AntiRua ha^
now joined a School of Art In
aurrey for the purpose of sludv-
faj potter, This course coyeT,',,
period of one year and the cost u
jointly borne by the British Coun-
cil and the Government of Aiiti-
ua. Edric, m year, old has
never attempted |-.uct
fore.
Back to Trinidad
lyfRS HAROLD HARRIS ,
Trinidad who come up for
the Christmas holidays, returned
'he ,.. !^Z L*" JV*" iS"" .'' '"" spendint tn.
BG ?JJ^1kches oT^" Ta^-\ Chtlsona. holiday, with her rs*a
tr. n'o'sksS^R,,, ?L"';,.S frit, -v.. She w .oroynr-nien b, he,
nusband. But the portrait 1 Uki
neat is the one of Mr John
deckles She has caught Mr
Heckles with that mischievous
knows so well.
With Barclays Bank
\f ' TONY McCONNEY
McConne. of
lather Mr Roger CottraH. a met
chant m Martinique
Back To B.G.
MR and Mrs. Hugh King and
their rtaisahtir
nave been spending a long holiday
in Barbados staying at "Beach
son Hoase' %', laawreace. rtSurssesl to
and Mrs Owen I*i- yesterday afternoon b;
Frankville-- Christ '*-JJ A
Mr,
Witn BarcUy*
Churrh who -pen' thre.' weeks'
or'k be- holK,a>' wn * parenta returned
td II.G jestorday aftern.tori b'
I' U I A Tony i
Hank in Georgelo
Mr Norman RobLn-on who
Wtta Barclays Bank in Gn-nedu Ihirbuo
n B.C.
rt.flr.alb
viih Sill's Timber
Electrical Etifineer
MR DAVin AROFN urri
fr
fron
II W.I.A
returned there on Thursday after
pending i. hohday with his
with her husband's retatSS^ '"""^
Culloden Road -_ ,,
Accompanying her was Mrs intranilt
Chelwynne Ham. who has gone |VfR c W. B. OEANJE, Chief
over for aarfidas- wi,t will be *"*AcuiiUnt of Ihe Fosl Olli.-
remalnlng for Cnrnivai. "> British Guiunu. was iiitrai~.it
On W.l. Cruise trom ^'k'1""1 > aag t'eiasniM*
AMONG the passengers leaving V/' fiT,!'Ur'a"-L '""^',i^,. ';
A .he <*to*le Thursda.* JS? Offlt-e Are3 ancv' "'^ "
. vening for the West Indies crulsv Accountancy
wen- Miss l-.i Bullen und MsBl
Inj Pickering of Cheapslde.
Here fo
B G yesterday by
to spend a holiday
David has been living
for two years. He :
from Kim. England.
two weeks he Is sta?
uig at Cacrabank. David ia a
i :igsneer with Ihe Demerara Elc
trie Co.. in Georgetown
With Alston's
J{. iind MRS. FRANK LOBO
who have been holidaying
in Barbados for Just over .1
nonth, staying with Mr. Lobos
nnther in Hastings, returned t >
stcrday afternoon by
Ml!
School Maater from
Trissidad
A FTEIt spending Ihe Christmas
, ..hDlldi0*B "" Bsrtisa-jlos Mr.
nd Mrs. E. C. R Blacked re-
turned to Trinidad on Thursday
evening by the French SS_
I olombie
Mr. Blackett
J"1"*""! Master of the Technical
school in San Fernando begs to
*y goodbye to his many friends
and to thank them Tor the cordial
reception given himself nd hi
wife.
During their month'-, holiday 11
Barbados Mr and Mr- 1)1.,,-k.-n
were guests of Mr and M
Owen Smith uf Fontahelle
Wat Indian Sprinter
AlNM the n._lra 1u.11 p..
lidad
Iron)
s s
Mrs
lers for Tn.
tiigland on Thursday
t'olamble ware Mr and
J R. N. Cumberbateh
Mr Cumberbateh who spent
months holiday is a promiivent
et Indian Sprinter who look
pan in the last Olympic garnet
in Australia.
Radio Technician-Curacao
MR. CHRIS PHILLIPS wh>
was I n Barbados for t h e
pan month spending a holiday
with his parents Mr and .Mrs
H;., Phillips of Government
Hill, returned to Curs
Thursday evening by the French
8.8. Cete-able
Mr Phillips I* a radio techni-
cian employed with Radio Hol-
land.
Plans to Return
A NOTHER Venezuelan vmtoi
Ca. who is charmed with Bar-
bados and plans to return as soon
as possible is Mr Gonzalez Bo*cn
o' Caracas.
Mr. Bogen who was accom-
panied by his wife, spent 10 days
here as a guest of the Crani II-
tel. It was his first visit to Bar-
bados.
Mr Bogen is an Adviser In Eco-
nomics to business firms In
t'nrscas
Charles The Second Trinidad
CHARLES MILLS. Colonial W.I.A.
Office Unison officer for West TnP>' ** aecontpanied bj
Indian students, was unusuallv (heir two sons, Richard and Evm
happy last week His wife had RIU' their daughter Marilyn,
just presented hkm with a son Mr Lobo Is with the Shippinii
who is to he named Charles Department of Messrs. Alston'*
"Mother and son are doing well, Ltd Their bt*l visit to Barbados
!>- Charles senjor. was two years ago.
HAIIN \M i; and llAlllllll I
IN THE MIA WKSTERN STYLE
..t th,- 0
CRANE HOTEL T0M0KK0H Ml.lll
COSTUMES OITIONAL N*
We'll gc, the Sheriff I
And take his gun,
W.--H lock him up J
And all have fun! I
Want Something
Nice?
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In Waite, Pink. Lemon and Aqua al ISM |.i V*. j
('lil.rI DE CHINE....................$1.29 per Yd. ]
CREPE KUMAINE in lovely colours M.'O par Vd. |
PLAIN & PRINTED SPTJNS
an rrad.v-to-wrar BEACH WEAK
DRESSES. SLACKS. SKIRTS & BLOUSES
^he Broadway oOress Shoppc
No 1 BROAD SriKT
a
IN SIZES 40-50
"Excelsior"
Brassieres
Deep-
Fitting
$1"
Also: Vests, panties, nighties & Bras
in Rayon and Nylon j PILLOWS |
i $2.87
EVANS & WHITFIEiDS"""'
Lovely
FELT HATS
for
Ladies"
Reduced to
$1.80 $J44
Your
Shoe Stores
of laOotw*. leather
Sance ttseci. the vatSraai petiv.
Icuta baaed alkrrnaXive male* ...
ha\w been radteaU?
nsEard lo all-round
saitabilit.v Dosdas dur-rtiln-
ggajj at isse new.-type **Tithe.
tolas are claisaed to last *HgJ
tisnes as
: atSTBl
shoe rnanolaeturers nas reach-^1
an agteetnent lor suppliet. of s
new-t.pe substitute material.
ga the \oluBie of b>-produet4
rrom the reflriertes and asftrt--
leum-eajenucal plants continue tu
,m*ll ao mil productaor Of SUI--
sbkr new ssseatitutes for -
absM
Rupert and the Sketch Book-14
wood*
going jnywijr." Thty a-xa and
ittsr th loong
iC
SeaBhg hew puaid Caatub<
GtOSflw hk u. gUp,f: p^aa aja> ,h
pjfasal aas gM awarla cRipr* boi
' 1) taasae aw al ikost und *.i
:. .K. m ha* hid wondi- My,'R0prn. t must ao afrer htr.
M appaiiu. but rhjii ao reaaa:: But I cn*i like all rlMst things
hf she should run m| when wm ailh n*. Will n be ut* to asavt
*' ra." daclaT-ti Constib> rncm hen'
urpna* rlatf* is no as
" M, aW'i hrtb sui she
-eodtr when, sW s 1
m no uas af hsr.H
b.i .-. ran ."B
1 must SO if"*r hr. |g
kc all ""' "* BB
11 bo as 10 )m*
l'l..\/.\-BBlIDIitTew.\ (DM1 2310;
Sh,.,.inH IO-II II ISl,ir 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. and Continuing Daily 4.45 6t 8.30 p.m.
titMfth Good AsBetfe^VRien ShtbBod//'
Bfite Davis beyond
Joseph Cotien r.*>m w Forest
I WTH R0Mlal_KirC VIOORj
I it'll, tfill
nsit
CLUB MORGAN
rW mod Bvwtiful Night Club from Miami
to Rio
with a world-wide reputation for good food
Munc, Dancing
Entertainment
throughout the night
Listen to the Club Morgan Hit Parade
to-night on Radio Distribution at 8.15
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SATURDAY, JAM'AHY W, I SSI
BARBADOS AUVUCATL
ruHSE
The Man Who Speaks
To Elephants
LONDON.
Don Stephen Prime Minister of Ceylon,
the man who can hi their own langu-
age." may emerge (rum the present Commonwealth Con-
ference in London a new strung figure in world affairs.
The Commonwealth H r i
TdadMust Tackle
Problems Soberly
-A. A. SHENFIELD
t Hoiw that Trinld.i I
tackle in prohl.
was un* to m i
ones, was expressed by Mr. A. A.
Shfnfleld. Beonomk ArMser, bo
the Trinidad Government in a
farewell mMuie.
Mr Shnfleld who has given
up hi* post us V-
in Tiiindjd to return to
tice us :i Barrister-el Ijiw in the
Midlands, left the Colon) OD
Wednesday fr the t'tiit.d King-
rlom
He has txt-n nominated by the
Governor to bt- ;. Oovernor of the
Imperial CoHcrc ..f Ti,
eetfure.
Mi Shcnliiki s.ml r
age
'! hope that Trinidad continue*
to develop Us acooonu oy hard
work and enterprise It u a for-
tunate Colony in mauv
it U sure to meet with many
baffling problems in the future.
I hope that it will '..
soberly and will not gel
extravagant exi I
would undermine tin- livelihood
<>r- the people
On my next vMI to Trinidad
which f hope will be
distant I look forward
the Colony with well .
new industries and a still higher
standard of living than it now
has."
Empire C. C Wins
drrei Oh Ov.: Qemum ew
GRENADA '
Empire defeated Colls XI oy
ioa scoring 195 tor Im declared
in their second inning*. Wcektfs
made 88 before he was run out.
Its hit nine fours, and tnree six's,
two In a single over, in 80 minute*.
Grant made 41 and
Colls XI were dtenl
in Uiclr second inm.i,
taking six for 26.
BELLEVILLE TENNIS
RESULTS
LADIES' SINGLES
Miss Q. Pilgrim beat Mil 0
Benjamin 6- 1: 63.
Men's li.iin.l. .
Dr. E. Klneh A A. Jemmotl beat
K, D. Edwards & H. L. Smilh
fl2; 64.
TO-DAY'S MATCHES
Mixed Doubles
Mrs D. Barnes & C. B Sisnelt
SO vs Mrs A. Skinner & J. M
McKinstry30.
Mfi'n Singles
H L St. HiU vs. A t Jem-
motl.
NO SPECIAL ACTION
TAKEN AGAINST "FLU
poBT-or-8PAm! I
Trinidad will not take an>
special precautions because of the
influenza epidemic now sweapln j
tile United Kingdom. It ts under-
snod that the Medical uthoritlee
h4te do not think it n 4
aoVl such a measure I
the- situation.
-irengtfacn Ceylon as bulwark
Uatt aggression In
: Asia.
the Common wealth '*
Ion. may play a
Very important part in the straUf-
.;. plan .Mjn.t Communism. The
Irs! Stag irUI be the building up
iintry's own forces and
ion of ihc Naval and
Air base facilibes granted
Id i*.a in under the 1847 dole
en the two coun-
'.i jej
There Is already an R.A.F.
in Ceylon, stationed
at Negombo. 20 imleN from Colom-
i" fl has been ofllciaUy announ-
tcd in Colombo that Vampire and
. .11 ar
ibe end of January.
Ceylon has taken the lirst steps
toward* creating her own alr-
val base al Trincomalec.
on the north-east coast of Ceylon.
is being prepared to handle heavy
Iraflk once again.
. nulitary
adviser to the Government and
Ceylon Army Commai.der-in-
Chief. is building up the army.
Several of Ceylon's officers are
now in Britain taking advanced
..
"Jovial Diplomat"
Premier Sen-tnayake. t-
rcady well-known for his tact.
and persuasiveness
Commonwe ilth ministers refer to
. i.plomat." Among
other thing* he i-s reputed to be
quite an authority on elephants
He comes of farming stock, arid
I > ..:<<( elephants
rar_gentratlons
"e was once asked by a report-
er if it was true that he can talk
to elephants He replied:
1 was staying near
Whlpsnadc (one of Britain's open
air zoos) in 1845. and heard there
was a Ceyloneso elephant there
that had been Ui England 1?
years
I went to *ce it. and as I ap-
proached it was plain the ele-
igni/ed me as someone
from its native Ceylon
"It dropped its eyelids in a way
tl have, and when I got
Mated me with its trunk.
So I spoke ba it in Cingalese, and
every order I gave it."
In his younger days, the Premier
was a sportsman of repute, wreet-
iin. boxing and cri
among his recreations
It ma his wisdom and states-
manship whieh wa largely re
ponaJble for steering Ceylon to
Dominion status. A champion ol
nKlepcniicnco. for which he made
riant he Is also a staunch
supporter of the British Common.
wealth A British politician friend
ft his once remarked;
"Premier Senannyake Is like
sn eiKhtex-nui century English
quire. He It an admirable host
and n charming personality. He
>peaks to elephants in their own
BIM can make them do
U he wishes.
"lie has much the same talents
In diplomacy, and he Is tho chief
Ceylon la such a close
ami loval friend of Britain."
IM S
Will Not Force
Germans
To Enlist
PRAKKrUW. Jan. 18.
United States High Commis-
sioner. John Mc Cloy, said to-day
that the Germans should stop
"righting windmills" in consider-
ing West Germany's participation
In Western defence, and "ap-
proach the subject more objec-
tively."
Mc Cloy was replying by let-
ter to accusations of Western
discrimination against Germany,
made in a letter from a young
Bavarian
Both letters wore published
to-day by the United States High
Commission.
Mc Cloy wrote that "if Ger-
many is to be defended It Is
obvious to everyone that Ger-
many would have to contribute
some of its strength to auch de-
fence."
If the Germans were prepared
to Johi with other Europeans for
the defence of the Western com-
munity of nations, it Is obvious
they should be treated on an
equal basis.
But let me assure you. you
will never need to reilst any
attempt on the part of the allies
to make you enlist, for there I
be no such attempt
If Germany does not willingly
and voluntarily participate there
will be no German participation
-Iteuter
Peking Explains
Refusal Nole
Orally
Doctors \rv \oi
Paid Enough In
British \\. haliefl
-SAYS DR. DAIN
Cofrr.,.^ l
i"OitT-iK SPAIN. J..n. 17.
Cnattr..,'.
medical profession is t]
pal reason for the an-
doctors in the British Carmbeen
area, said Dr H Guv Deln.
Chairman of the recently aelrf
BriUsh Medical Association Con-
(erance bald to Tnn'dati
Dr. Daln. a former i
..I the KM
present SMItHMH >( m. I
who had spent the l.<
end in St. Lucia, returned to
I'ort-uf-Spain last week-end.
He said that salaries more ir<
keeping with UK. standards
were paid in East and Sooth
Africa, and as a ronseqesr.ee
medical practitioners were attrac-
ted to these places.
He added: "Tin, OOTatl rl UN I
the first step in organising a more
complete service for the Caribbean
area _._______
MIXED CARGO
The Dutch motor vessel Hrr-xP*
breught 350 crates and 200 l of potatoes from Amsterdam for
Barbados yesterday.
Other cargo arriving by the
HerslIU included 200 crates oT
onions, rolled oats, barley, uuaker
oats, beer, shoes and matches.
The Hersllla is expected to sail
for Trinidad this evening, She 1*
consign* l1 '< M'" ^ ' M
sen. Son & Co Ltd.
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bey
LONDON, Jsn. IB
The Peking Government gave
the British representative then-
oral explanations of the Chinese
reply to the United Nations cease-
Arc proposals, it was made known
here to-day.
John Hutchison. British Charge
D'Affaires, was called by Vtcc-
Mtoister for Foreign Affairs.
Chang Hun Fu. and handed a
copy of the reply
Hutchison was understood to
have made only personal observ-
ations on Its contents as he had
not then received specific instruc-
tions from London based on the
knowledge of the Chinese note
The Indian Ambassador In
Peking, Dr. Panlkkar. had a
longer talk with the Chinese
Foreign Minister on the same oc-
casion.
. This Interview Is understood to
cricket being ^ ^ ^^ ^ lne deipatch from
Dr Psnikkar to Indian Prime
Minister. Jawaharlsl Nehru, who
In turn communicated with th
British Government.Eeuter.
RED STRENGTH
UNCHANGED
WASHINGTON Jan. 19.
filed States Arm]
aid to-day that Chinese
troops strength in
kpearcd unchanged from
tail of ;eccnt weeks. He told
'luestiones here that
no Jnfotmation indicating m
tWlhdraunl of the best element..
of the Chinese Communist armic
I
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.mc lur four Over ^ cubit
fret of luggage ipacc. Toruon
twr. indcpcaocoi honi wheel
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garage If nononw inlereMi
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mean* longer iium tot your
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Red China Increase
Executions
MANCHESTER. England.
Jan. 19.
To-day't- Manchester Guardian
wild that executions hud increased
ui Communist China suite their
Intervention In Korea and prepar-
Uon (or war."
There had been many arrests In
Peking and especially In the ports
of South Chlnn opposite Formosa
the paper continued editorially.
The middle clnsa which had be-
gun to breathe again now feels
ihc ground once more shaking.
Renter.
Ship Sinks After
Striking Reef
) Drowned, 6 Misting
SYDNEY, Jan. IS
Six members of the crew of the
5J5 ton Australian collier Klama
reached the New South Wale*
coast to-day after their vessel
foundered on a reef fta miles north
of Sydney.
One of the crew of 13 was
known to have drowned and six
more were still missing. The first
four survivors got away in a Ufa-
boat along with a fifth man who
was drowned when the craft cap-
sized near the beach.
The fifth survivor was washed
ashore in another lifeboat three
hours after the Klasns sank in
heavy seas and the sixth was
washed ashore later. The Klasna
was bound for Sydney from New-
castle. New South Wales with ftOO
tons of coal.
The 2,196 ton sugar freighter
Fiona saw members of the collier's
crew Jump overboard into the
raging surf, but high seas were too
much to get alongside her.
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revealed to the world the manifold ways in which
British enterprise and skill km pioneering to increase
the ease and interest of life. For some time past, *e
have been planning lo celebrate this anniversary by
a Festival in which every aspect of British life will
be on display. In particular, we are making ihe 1951
British Industrie* Fair an occasion for the world to
sec the full extent of our recovery and our resource*.
We can promise that the B. I. F., like British Industry
itself, will he bigger and betier than ever. Over three
thousand exhibitors from a hundred Iradc groups
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Few enterprising buyers i!l miss this unparalleled
opportunity of seeing what Britain has now to offer.
Thousands have made early orrangemenls for their
visit, so please make your rc^crveiions wiihouT delay.
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PACE FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, IANUAB1 20, (Ml
BAKHAI)OS^iAU\0(Vni
rriate fet Ik* A.....I. C I U Br.,4 M.. B..,.uw..
Saturday. January 20. 1U1
A1HPORT CONTROL
THE cuming into force of regulations for
making Seawell Airport a prohibited area
will do much to improve the airport It
will give the necessary authority to those
in charge of the airport to afford protection
to aircraft and passengers.
For some time now the public and those
concerned with the administration of the
airport have been anxious that something
should be done to prevent animals and
curious people wandering over the place.
The reconstruction of the runway necessi-
tated the presence of many people who
would not otherwise have been there; but
the presence of people who accompanied
passengers leaving or who came to receive
those arriving and who desired to examine
the runway and other parts of the airport,
added to the difficulties of running the
airport and decreased the factor of safety.
In one instance, the behaviour of some
chauffeurs of whom the Manager of the
airport and the Police did not approve
reached the Courts, and it was then real-
ized that in the airport the only law gov-
erning public conduct was the Petty
Trespass Act. The Police had no power
of arrest, and prosecutions for any breach
of any rule could only be launched after
reference had been made to the Colonial
Secretary. The delay brought ineffective
control.
This condition has now been remedied
by the new regulations and persons who
misconduct themselves at Seawell or who
refuse to obey any order of the Manager
will be subject to the penalties imposed
by the new regulations. These new regu-
lations were published in the Omcial
Gazette on Thursday.
RAT HUNT
WITH the beginning of the crop season
comes the exodus of rats from the cane
fields back into town where they get into
the warehouses and private residence! In
greater numbers than before. Many of
them are being killed and householders
have fallen into the bad habit of throwing
them beside the roadway without thought
of their removal. In some districts dead
rats remain beside the road for a few
days and the decomposed bodies encour-
age flies which spread disease. Ft is easy
to throw the dead rat into the nearest
dustbin in which case it would be removed
by the scavenger, or bury it
in residential areas especially it is in
the interest of householders to avoid add-
ing to the already numerous sanitary
nuisances.
It would be well to take this opportun-
ity to join in a concerted drive to reduce
the rat population in this island. A few
months ago it was pointed out by the
Chamber of Commerce that thousands of
dollars' worth of merchandise was lost
every year by the activities of rats. They
destroyed foodstuffs and rendered much
more useless by walking over and in other
ways despoiling it. It is also known that
planters lose thousands of dollars' worth
of canes which have been gnawed through
by rats and become dry before the canes
arc reaped.
The Sanitary Authority point out that
as disease carriers, rats are without equal.
This alone should spur householders to
make every effort to assist in the cam-
paign. The distribution of bait by the De-
partment of Agriculture can be supple-
mented by the use of traps in private
houses.
Greater vigilance by the entire commun-
ity is needed if there is to be any success
in the campaign against rats.
THEY DO IT A<.AI\ AND AGAIN
5V\Re\
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\ro me !

SAiuOOAV NluH"
Trie CRANE '
AT
NW
Barbados And The
Tourist Industry
' Important ;md
line tiliir OQC i>l I
modal
or* In th
1- i ii
ITIOnttM ..f r-
id April. the lourla*
rvmuc <-( too <.
maMenbty inrMsasd I
fcfaiKMi of 8 to ii month. In-
ith*.
oxistin* i
By LOUIS S LAW
understood t industrial In irit- *''""'1" **r*L. cnbba inmur
rorld lOdB] it lbs Tourist Indus- TuurMm (?omtniii->
try. Before 1814. in no countr>
except Switzerland did there exist Keepers etc. who i...\,
a national tourist ortfamzaUon tin., i contact with the loun.t. -ml llf tha UHMUl
whose efforts were devoted to l*K-al Government;, bvneilt from even wiih th,
attracting visitor- from abroad. taxes on tobacco. pmt*. p.'.rul In order to do this It - n,-, .- ,i
Between the two world w..i - f,om taxes on incomes to propagnu- ,h,- idea ubi
ether nations such as Prance, derived from the toun,t bUBUMBI, Caril.b.-iiii holiday m the lat-
Italy. Germany Japan and other* Spurred by th* need to close Spring. Summ. r ...,.
lurried uieir nunds lo lb,- possl- an immense dollar cap. Britain a normal ami i pleasant think
bliities of the lourist business for the lirst time in UM7 to do.
as an Invisible < xpnrt The see- iulrlr.-sstd henwlf m*rlf> ond Wor.d War U^M E^K? * ^^JW* 'i'r'v
an even more serious dislocation jj* visitor, atone 3S oSS of && a3
^1 5i^-_a_,_*?800OK, US. in 1947. such a large market as
d STfl^oes,, U._S.A.^^prohibitive. By pool-
edress international and especial-
ly U.S. dollar balances. Many
national tourist offices
*i up m the principal travel
centres of the world and especial-
ly in USA so that today then-
Is hardly any nation not engaged
the competition for the tour-
Ing tourists
the
i-t dollar They are provided In "regional" approach It been
most cases with ample funds from recognized That this offers added
of
it naUonnl economics and
.encles Umn had the First. There $50,000,000 in 1040
waa an even greater need to 000 , 1M, ^ ^ ^ ^ eflon, "nd rttmm^ ,n
ti. net BUrpriM that these figures the C.I.T.C. so that attention
exceeded the figures for exports can really be drawn to the c.nl-
<.t textiles, whisky and leather bean as a year round plav ground
good.* to th* U.S.A. put together, this purpose can in
Th. rr,, .!. develop- * bSSSi
:-'"' '." "" '""niuue .., ,. ,.,. ,, ...
or Nassau, Jamaica and Plond.i
are outstanding examples of suc-
._-------- ,^ss |n enticing fllliifii fssitOtS
known to modern publicity to at- ,k| Io' Ihc effortTof^ndWidual ilw*/ ^i-Sf*. W.,th?UL ""St.
tract visitors to their countries, counlr.es This tuu "ladI 0Tv ha^dSEESi Ut "" **"
trananomtitwi commune-, hotel- *., r',,f0lM'ir' "-1 l omiius- the promotion has bfoug]
The tourist dollnr. pound sler- Scandinavian Tourist Commls- exuenarti.
ling, bolivar or- guilder, is the sion. Benelux, the !aclflc Afri- Barbados has by M means
most worth while currency imaf- can and Inter American Tourist reached its potential In
(liable It Is paid out over and Commissions. the latter com- business and more facilities in
over again for things that yet prised of 21 Central and South the wav uf aceomi datlon and
remain in the possession of the American Republics and last but recreation arc Called for. but
individual or resort furnishing not least, the Caribbean Interim space will not permit to outline
them beds to sleep In. auto- Tourist Committee, sponsored by in detail all that can and nhould
mobiles or other transportation, the Caribbean Commission be done suffice It to say tha.
beaches, mountains, people, all Th,, c/.-nmlttee which ha- serious conildei*Uon must be
things u*ed and seen today, but h^,.,, actively functionlnc since given to encourage private enter-
there again tomorrow to be used Mr,y |M0 ,ncjudM )n ll([ mem_ prise by long term bank 1<
(iovcrnment and use every means possibilitii
and paid for by others
Like ihe common cold
it
bership Haiti,
Republic. Puerto
emplo;
the Dominican guaranteed by Government and
r.....~ Rico, the U.S. facing the fact that the buildln,,
ly and st.ll na\e virgin Islands. the Leeward of hotels is much more costly
itiit Windward Islands. Mar- than It wna before the war, offer
Unique and Grenada. Trinldao some incentive by way of tax
and Tobagu and all the Islands exemptions for a limited numbec
of the Netherlands West Indies, of years. This is being don* In
Up to the present time Barbados Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands,
has not yet taken part In this Jamaica. Trinidad and the
common effort to publicize the Netherlands West Indies and |i
now being favourably considered
present facilities of in the French West Indies
CM
it.
Tourist money is added money
put into circulation and i! bene-
fits directly all sections of a
community. The farmer, grocer.
clothier or candlestick nsjDSff
who may mcv.i .
benefits from the earnings and Caribbean
spendings of hotel and restaurant While th
chauffeurs, shop- Barbados
insufficient to ae- other territories
B.O.A.C's Finances
Losses Cut By 2.7 Million
New figures showing the im-
proved financial results of BOAC
and the substantially increased
traffic earned by the Corporation
arc announced by Sir Mih-s
Thomas. Chairman of B.O.A.C..
in a New Year message to the
staff, appearing in the January
issue of the Corporation'] house
magazine "BOAT Review nnd
News Letter "
Sir Miles Thomas writes:
"To all of us in B.O.A.C. 1931
offers t. stimulating prospect of
vigorous and satisfying achieve-
ment. The opportunities have
never been brighterour fleet is
now composed of four types of
modern pressurised aircraft,
which compare well with those of
any of our competitors. ;md the
Corporation is In a more virile
state of health than ever before.
Encouraged by the financial re-
sults and the increased traffic
figures of 1940. we can bring an
alert enthusiasm and energy to
tho task of implementing the
further improvements we all de-
sire. Clearly there are slill diffi-
culties to be overcome but it wo
accept them as an Incentive la
our dally efforts, in a spirit of
realistic optimism, the coming
year should mark a notahlc 'step
forward In the progress of ihe
Corporation.
"The latest figures available
arc certainly most gratifying
Taking the twelve months ended
31st October. 185" and comparing
them with the eorrespondliii;
twelve months up to 31st Octo-
ber, 1949, these figures show that
the rate of the Corporation's an-
nual deficit was reduced from
64 million to 5.7 million, and
the output per employee increas-
ed from 6,300 to 6.500 capacity
ton-miles per annum. The rev
eiiue [>er employee went up from
900 10 1,200: passengers cai-
ried In the twelve months In-
crepsed by some 20 per cent fron
190.000 to 160,000; and the ca-
pacity ton-miles offered for sale
from 130.000,000 to 190,000.000
Welcome those figures, from
which we may. all take encourage-
ment; yet at the same time I
would remind you that the re-
cent strike of electricians at
London Airport cost us more than
390.000 and I would urge upon
you, therefore, that our object in
the coming year must be to pro-
duce even bettermuch better-
financial results than those I have
just quoted.
"An aggressive world wide
.-..Us drive has been launched
and, given reasonably stable
world conditions. It will un-
doubtedly lead to good results.
Moreover, 1951 is Festival of
Britain year, when many thou-
sands of visitors will be travel-
ling to the U.K. It must be our
aim not only to ensure that n
high proportion of them come to
this British Prsiiv;.l by British
iitr services but to impress them
Of llnnly with our standard of
service, comfort and reliability
no forth th. > will always
travel bj no.AC.
"Meanwhile, there is another
reason why 1951 uhould be a
memorable year for the Corpora-
tionand indeed for civil avia-
tion in this country and through-
out the world. The de llavilland
Comet, which will be the first
pure-Jet airliner ever to fly on
commercial services, will become
available to us and we expect
shortly to receive one of these
revolutionary type of aircraft for
Intensive development flying. No
time will then be wasted by the
Corpoiatlon In preparing for the
intr.xhictlon of the Comet on our
routes. Already the air tr.ivelllriR
public is showing a great interest
in the aircraft and there hai been
an almost embarrassing number
of enquiries from people who
want to bo passengers on the first
Comet services.
"B.O.A.C. has established n
reputation for service in which
our staff at all levels. .
and overseas, ran take a Justifi-
able pride. We must now gtrhr*
with determination and redoubled
energy to enhance that reputa-
tion throughout the next twelve
months. Within the past year
our organisation has been stream-
lined; at last we have a competi-
tive fleet. I believe that everj
one in the Corporation, wherever
he may be, fully appreciates the
need to maintain efficient and
regular services to rapture Mill
more traffic, and to fulfil ou<
prime duty to the Btitsst tBS>
p-v.r or reducing, and flnnllv
eliminating, our nnnuaj deficit "
OUR READERS SAY:
Child Labour
To The EdUor. The Advocate
Sir,We all appreciate your
great fight against a dirty city.
We hope that it will bear fruit.
There are other things equally ax
dirty, or perhaps even more dirty.
One of them that Is worthy of
your reforming pen Is the practice
of many estate owners and private
employers especially in Christ
Church of employing boys of
school sge against the law as gang
units or yard boys or gardeners,
thus aggravating the state of Il-
literacy in our midst This 1*
not only exploitation, but a sin
I feel that this evil should be
stopped In a day when there are
so many Primer standard boys
leaving our schools. A check up
on the plantations, and on the
Worthing and St Lawrence dis-
tricts Top Rock and other resi-
dential areas would prove my
statement true to the powers that
be. Our Labour QOvataaaaSDI
should not allow such a thing to
exist. There should be prosecu-
tions to save the children and then
a society called the SI'IT
should be formed, or the probj-
tionary Officer, or the Boctal
Welfare Officer should keep In
touch with schools and find out
the names of children of school
nge on their registers who are
absent through working. Neces-
sity is not always the 1
lousness of parents and employ-
ers is more often the truth Com
pulsory education should be in
this place. I hope that *ou will
lend your advocacy to tl
. F *
Broadcaat Station
To The Tdifor. The Adtwate
SIM. With reference to Mr
R. D. Stewart's lrttcr of the 15th
wi^t in which he suggests the
conKtruclion of a Broadcast Sta-
tion In Barbados to compare
favourably, with Hadio Trinidad. 1
thjnk it would be quite an addi-
tion to the wired system of
Kadio Distribution, which at pres-
ent is the only means of Radio-
Kntertainmcnt the island has.
A medium powered Broadcast
Station operating close to tho
frequency of Radio Trinidad,
would surely be welcomed by all
broad minded Barbndinm In
spite of the fact that the field
has seen great improvement
during the last few years and
Television is com log into the
picture, I feel that we should
have a local Broadcast Station
so as to provide a greater range
of entertainment.
A D, PERKINS
Barndale,
Belmont Road,
January 18. I Ml
To The Editor. The Atspoetff
sin. Your great effort to
I cleaner Bridgetown
brings to mind also the need for
laag noise In the city
Motorists, people, and 'buses
Just delight In trying to break
the eardrum or frighten the heart
out of some poor soul.
Early In the morning can bo
heard unnecessary noise from
milk vans etc. It is barbarou>.
and visitors are annoyed.
Peace, quiet and progress go
loffrtber
OBSERVER
K W.CA.?
To The Editor. The .-tdrocnv
SIR.Will you km.lh 1.
know how the new Y.W 1
IS long time
Betting: started ..mi 1 see ur
mall building which l !
', 1 I A
Barbados is in need of spa
modern accommodation in
''i be wasted A
makeshift will onlv swallow up
the capita] collected an
adequate Why BO) ha
building and one en
proud of?____
I.VTERXSTED CITIZi_\
What Will
Ike Say!
By KINGSBURY SMITH
1 \ liRNKRAl. MAfrAtitH ULSk
PARIS.
WHETHER to risk sending an American
\i iuv t- (iermany during the next eighteen
nonths is one of the most difficult quctwiis
nfr< 'iiin. Gfjtssnd Dwight D Eisenhower
nday on his "exploratory" visit to Europe
Suprvne Commander of the Atlantic Pact
'urces.
What recommendation to make tn PMbbV-
lent Truman 0O this vital issue is the great
H'cision, which Western European obwiv n
vcj General Eisenhower will have to
I M the conclusion of his current trip.
Involved in this fateful 'ieeisioii affl two
i.nnH'iit'His questions:
1 Whether General Eisenhower person-
iHy believes Russia is likely to attack WaSt>
mi Europe this year OK even in 19f.2;
J Whetlier he becomes convinced that
\nuriea's European Allies are prepared to
-:mt m:iKinK immediately the BaCTUlCeal
aantlsj to enable him to orgsjtita an elTec-
i\.- defence force In Western Europe.
If the answers are negative in respect to
ihe first question, and affirmative on the
econd. it is believed "IKE" will recommend
to President Truman that the United States
.issume a substantial share in Ihe land de-
lence of Western Europe.
If the revetm' is ihe i.ise. soim- American
Military Officers in Europe foresee the pos-
sibility that General Eisenhower may advise
hat the grand strategy for defence of the
Atlantic Allied community be based on an
lo rather than a European Continental
Theatre of Operations.
The French and other Western European
lovernments want Eisenhower to recom-
mend that six or ten American Divisions be
enf t0 Germany as quickly ;s possible to
act as a cover screen for rearmament ol the
European allies.
Western European political leadership
tniruoi the presence of strong American
Military Forces in Germany would serve
two important purposes:
1. Discourage Russia from attacking
while the European allies are re-arming;
2. Give the Western European people
confidence in the Atlantic Pact Defence Pro-
gramme and encourage their will to resist
aggression.
On the other hand, the opinion is widely
held among military men that if Russia
should decide to attack Western Europe this
year, or even in 1952, the sending of Ameri-
can troop reinforcements to Germany means
.n all probability sacrificing them as expend-
ables in an embryo defence force doomed to
defeat.
It is generally thought that during 1951
32, the provocative effect of the Western
European re-armament programme upon
Russia will bo at its maximum. At the same
time, no responsible military expert believes
that it will be possible during the next
eighteen months to arm and organize in
Western Europe a strong enough force to
hold in clieck the 100 Soviet Divisions which
it is estimated Russia would hurl against the
West in the opening offensive.
It is for this reason lhat some high rank-
ing American and European officers think
it would be wiser to organize, build up and
train the Atlantic Alliance Army in a safer
place, such as North Africa.
Then if the Russians attacked before the
Atlantic Army were strong enough to hold
hen in check, the Allied Forces would be
intact for a liberation crusade rather than
decimated, if not completely defeated, in
fighting a withdrawal action in Western
iCiux>pe,
There is, however, general recognition of
the political difficulty involved in calling
upon the Western European people to make
acrificea to re-arm and at the same
time telling them, in effect, that they will
II defenceless for two or three years
while the available Allied Forces are con-
centrated in some safe spot.
Some European leaders think it would be
'mpossible to secure the co-operation of the
people on such a basis.
Thus. Eisenhower must resolve out of this
dilemma a great and perhaps fateful d
nsion.
Those who know him believe that if ho;
concludes Western Europe is prepared to'
make the 1 eoaary effofl in its own detefece,
nd if he thinks then i reasonable chance
' m attack this year 01
will recommend the gamble of committing
! American Divisions in Germany
nixing his combin-d land army on
the European continent.
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SATURDAY, JAMARY 20, 1*51
I
5/. Andrew j Meat Shortage
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGt FIVE
D1M.ir.RI>
Welcomes
New \estry
TW" NhW MliMBKRS i, ih,
* St Andrew's Vestry, Mrs. E
V. Rock and Mr. I. GUI, were
welcomed when the Vestry bald
it* flrat meeting on Thursday
.itvir.. a
Mr W Benjamin was appoint-
ed Poor Law Guardian in place
of Mr E Foster who lout his seat
in the last elections
The following were elected to
various committees: Pew Rent.*
COmmlttM, ihe Kevtor. Vicars -r
the parish and Mr. W. Worrell;
Synod Committee, Mr. 1) V lies'
and Mr W Worrell for St An-
drew's Church, Mr. Clyde Watson
for St. Simons and Mr C Ed-
wards for St. Saviour's; Assess-
ment Committee. Mr. J. A.
Haynes. Mr. D A Foster and
Mr. S. Worrell; Playing Field*
Committee. Mrs J. A. Haynv*
Mrs. H A Vaughan. M/s. E. V
Rock, Miss E. Gill. Mr J H
Haynes, Mr D A. Foster, M.C.P
Mr. B S Vaughan, Mr. A
Nirholls. Mr E Vaughan and
Rev C. C M Woodroffe
Among those present were : Rev.
C. C M Woodroffe, Chair-
i..an; Mr. J II Haynes. Mi B
S. Vaughan. Mr. D A Foster,
M.C.P., Mr G L Farmer, Mr
S. Worrell. Mr. W. Benjamin, Mi
McDonald Chandler, Mr. W. W.
Foster. Mr I. Gill ,,nd Mrs. E.
V. Rock
DENIS QllNTYNE of Jack-
man: St Michael, was taken
to the General Hospital yesterday
Morning suffering from a scalp
wound. II.- wa* treated anil dis-
charged.
Quintyne was on his way to St
Matthew's Boys' School when he
was knocked down by n hit-and-
run i.v.lot
RESIDENTS OF ST. MICHAEL
are attain taking a keen inter-
est in cycling. On Thursday night
over 22 cyclist*, mostly boys, rode
from the City to Hackleton Cliff.
After leaving the Cliff they went
to a bakery and satisfied their ap-
petites with bread.
The attendant al the bakaiy
sold S5.52 worth in bread that
night which included 66 turnovers.
THE ROAD LEADING front
Matte to Vaughans, St.
Joseph, which was recently repair-
ad, is again damaged m various
CrU. About four cracks appear
this road and j pedestrian, un-
aware of these cracks may get
sudden jerks.
The Fruitful Hill and Melvins
Hill roads will soon be completed.
St. Sylvan'it Village roud is now
being repaired Work has not yet
begun on the Cocoanut Grove
road.
HOUSEWIVES in some parts of
St Joseph were queueing at
shops lor kerosene oil on Thuis-
day after a rumour got around
that there was a shortage The
majority soon after got wise and
left for their homes
Inlikelv
The Advucaie
unHkt
1

any rate, in m<
The price of imported beef ha*
Increased locally by a MOB* a
pcuid This hruigs it to 3K caBta.
la reasons were given.
'hat considerable storsfta
-harjM-s had to be faced hv the
importer due to the irregular ar-
I UilfSJ with supoln-*. The
. M the ever-increasing
cost of each liipir.eiH of supplies.
Mr D V Scott of the Colon-
nadc Stores said th,it IB** expect
shipments of meat in February
and March They certainly hint
no cause for alarm at present that
there would be any great short-
ages before the present
agate I'-plt-nislied They were
unlikely to run out of beef in the
interval, but than ma the possi-
bility of a shortage of kidnev,
liver, ox tail, tripe, lam!
mutton
A ship wM Mtpocted from New-
Zealand in February with in
plies of lamb, beef and veal, while
another was exi>ectl from Aus-
tralia the following inontii with a
complete shipment of meat.
reasM price
<' Mr, Se-.it
said-that lab was due to the fuel
e chrsv
had t-> be faced by in.- imp it..
because of Ih.- very irregular ;.r-
th supplies
Mr <" F H,.-iu of the Ice
Meat and Cold Storage Dep.n
ment of Mi Evelyn Rot.n .,
C< i.-.t the itffmnMn.
II i .- i |o be lii
alarm about a meat shortage for
OHM time Hi-, firm, he said.
catered maul) to the batchei ii
the Publir Market. Present sup.
i until the
i c \i shipment which was about
mid-March,
Mr Harris nfa) thai every ship,
ment of Tiiejit was costing mure
Taking into COOsMtnttkM alao th.>
t eotl of storage raeJUtsaB,
the huleher had to pay more for
his meat and therefore the ores
M Ineraasod price n*ked of the
n r was IrievltabM
He expreaaed concern over the
ever-Increasing rise in the prin
of each shipment of meat. Thi
i" nl unsettled state of the
world, he said, did not give o
any hope thai there would be
i-hnnge for the better for soi
time to coma.
The Controller of Supplies was
.No optimistic about the meat
Re ^n id thtit then'
were orders outstanding and there
did not seem to be any likelihood
of i shortage for some lime
W./. Should Have
Gwxt Chance
In Aunlralia
-MAJOR HOWARD
ll<
hut i
fieuM kiv
game if lli ,
era aa well as they did in
England last year. Major R
ictired Secretary <.f the
ra Cricket Club lold the
\-l\m .ii.
He hM that conditions and
ii Australia are very
similar to those in the West Inai't
and would tfcaaafora ruil players
from theae parts.
m in Eng-
land was .hi cxi eptionally gooo
ami well balanced iii' Although
boarlcti did no'
....
Md then, | ::i hOWkfl
easily made up for an> shor
iitht have
n i. .iihkI>
BtoUroayw uuunga at Old
.'rnfforri In the first Ti
ii a difficult wicket, arts ,m
exceedingly tine performance and
the first six batsmen were
uinfii i-l\ good. It was perhaps
not fair to mention anyone par-
FRESH SUPPLY Or
jjPURINA HEN CHOW .
I (SCRATCH GRAIN)
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I
BUILD UP THEIR
RESISTANCE
n m
rrtj
EIOIIT TOKfl of the bridge st But*r<
!"> tin* damage that has been dons
New Bridge At Baxters- Decisions
Will Help St. Andrews! Confirmed
Died In Accident
HERMAN PILGRIM of Wil-
bur) Road, Unturns Hill diea al
Seawall yesterday as a result of
an iiccident with a two al i
Ion gi-appling bucket. The inci-
dent occurred at approximately
a.25 a.m.
_ Pilgrim was a greaser emploj.-o
nART-KOADS IN ST. ANDREW lb, Messrs. J. N. Harnman
Krl Cl 1 mill n-a hal-in i^_ 1 ..1
Kj and St. Joaeph are being
prepared for the crop season. At
Parks Plantation a road was cut
out by a caterpillar In a day. This
Job would have taken labourers
many days to finish
CO., Ltd-
sT-,
AlKitSTINE CHt'RCH will
be holding their Harvest | gencrnl repairs
Festival on Sunday. Thi
Service will be Choral Eucharist
at 9.00 a.m. The Police Banir
will be in attendance at the 4.00
p.m. Evensong Service.
CARIBBEE GOES
ON DRY DOCK
Motor ve-scl t'anbbee. 100 tons
t. has gom on dry dock for
The Caribbce
first called at Barbadoa on Wednesday
Dominica with gcni
ml car-
A [>-6 Ciiterplllar. a pneumatic hammer and gai i
mtn and woom wan at work in St Andrew when tin
Adv I rwnalilaniiii
sion and lanoslMaa wan evident
i ^arywhi ra Bidi b] aid ith this
pvr.nli- wii> also tl 0a of I
anal affort bafai nada bo the
Dtpartmanl of Highways and
l'i 'i ; I tn irp.m w li.it tl.hi..iic
thaj oan m qulckb m i .
to enaure .1 rraa now .r traiiu
during ihe crop season now be-
ginning
The bridge at Rasters presents
the most aaatoua problem In St
Andrew .n prrsetit. Long Pond
River, swollen by the recent be n
rains has eaten away about eight
tons of the material that iimmi
5 Days To B'dos
From St. Vincent
THE acboonar Kalnbow m.
aallad into Cirllila Bay on Thurs-
day evening; from St. Vincent
without her engine.
Her engine was taken out in
S: Vimvnt lor rciiairs.
Under normal weuthcr condi-
tions, the Rslnfcsw M. would
have got from St Vlinent lo
Uarbados in about 24 hours H
she made use of both her engine! u> constitute this bridge
and sails. She has taken about
live days this last trip.
Partly responsible for the de-
lay, was un accident which be-
fell her when not long out of St.
Vincent.
The Rainbow M am
heavy sea and high wind wh
broke
to the
aUli
In
iway part of the
11...inn .-1
The bridge crosses the river .it
.' height of about 25 to 28 feet
..ud flood damage has temporarily
su*pended its use. Mr. C. P.
Minnet. Ihe Executive Engineer of
tin- Dapartinanl >( Highways and
Transport was then- yesterday
when ihe Advocate visited Long
! Pond and he was directing the
i.r.
riggings: ,-unstruetlon of a temporary bridge
lore her arhlctl he hopes to complete aarlJ
I next week in order to cope with
and pieces of wood ; tin-crap train.
fell from Ihe mainmast to the
deck but luckily, no one was 111
the way.
Members of the crew did what-
ever repairs they csuld while the
vessel was at sea and Captain
Marks kept his course for Bar-
bados.
The Ransbow M. brought SOB
baas of copra to the island from
St. Vi'icent. She is consigned to
" Bt inier Owners' Association.
C.O.L. INDEX
The loai ,.f Living Index at th.
end of December. 1850, was 242.
go. which was the same for the prc-
Thc Caribbce ha;, joined the 74 vious month. The last Una H
ton Marian Belle Wolfe on dock reached 242 was in May
ROAD DROPS AWAY
AT MELVINS HILL.
a forty foot incline.
hen he able lo get
down to repairing Uie Li idgt wdl'-
out Interference or without
rinsing undue inconvenience
l)-6 Caterpillar
1! p-ti .itei pUlai i- 1 laying
the pi n.up.d part in tin I
tion of the lempornry bridae i-'im
it was used as a bulldozer to level
Ihe approaches to Uie bridge
to dig the foundations.
It was then brought into posi-
tion at the side of the river and
it was Ihen used to dredge the
river bed and All in the quarried
mi ft ftOna with sand, gravel and
mall .stones from the river baa.
The planks and timbers used
in the construction of ih
have a short but useful history
They were first uaad 111 the COH-
structlon of ;i temporary budge
when tin I 11 11 Brldfl
arai damaaad.
it eras taken down tome tune
iiii-i .nut eractad again when the
bridge at Lakes was damaged. It
baa bow bean erected t^r a third
lime tiow that the budge at Bax-
leis has been damaged.
When ihe UHnporary brxige ba
been completed Mr Minnet und
his men will 'ct .irxiut digging out
Uuj 1 rat bad foundation of the
bridge and building BnofflCt
foundation aimed at protecting
he bridge against another msh-
* unfclaught "f :. (1'iod-Hwollen
I^flg Pond river
Mr Minuet finds anotlur use
fur the ISO horsepower caterpll-
|ar*buUdosar He uses it to escort
1. inllers up and down the
steep hUll On one occasion when a
.1 through its brakes and
turned turtle at the hillside the
sturdy little caterpillar was then
crane to pull it out
LautdfdMaa
Higher up at Melvins Hill near
St Sylvan* Village landslides
have hurled evoraJ tons of tho
bridge there down 1 fnrty foot in-
cline and wort i> also going on
here A pneumatic hammer is
. Ina in IS tool
ports for the other half of the
p ad In tho hope that that will not
collapse as well and then they are
etting about the business of re-
Three decisions by Hi* Worship
Mr s 11 Nurse, Police llaalaurate
i-f District "K who lined U-on
Tvrell of Rosa inn, St. John 11/-
k 1 ni language, 20 i.
listing and 20/- for assitullm^-
rmed yesterday bv Their
Honoun Mi 0. 1. Taylor and Mr.
J w 11 Chanery, ludaaa of the
Assisl.mt Court of Appeal
Tyrell who was ordered to pay
8/4 costs of appeal, gave notice of
>Pl cat in each of the eases In the
first caw he was found guilty by
Mr. Nurse of using indcent km.
*uage on Rose Hill, a public high-
way and was fined 12/-
He w.is also tlne.1 and convicted
in the second case for resisting
Cl.un) Constable Fit/ Griffith and
van ordered to pay 20/-. In the
hird case he was fined 20/- for
issaiilting Alonra Marshall who
was aiding bland Conatabla Orlf-
fltii in the exi-cution of his duty.
All ihe offencaa wore commuted
uu .Nuvember 15.
Island Constable Griffith told
the Cunt yesterday that on No-
vember 15 he was walking aiOOg
Roea Hill, st John, and h......
Tyrell using indecent language
faa him. but be (i I ..use
He tried to :urest luni and lie
(Tyrell J became violent ;md he
had to call mi Alon/a Marshall
who was standing nc.n by t< help
him with Tyrell.
Marshall tried to grip Tyrell but
the hitter locked him Iwiee on the
foot and gave him a cuff. After
much trouble thev however suc-
ceeded in trying to subdue Tyrell
Their Honoun, in confirming the
llirM> decisions, lold Tyrell thai
from the evldenco they had no
doubt that he behaved In an un-
seemly manner nnd when spoken
to continued to behave in that way
They advised hlni to stop this
and ordered h'
Of appeal
John Goddard won universal
praiaa lea bis -omul and Imagtn
ntlve enptainey and pbiyed
sni.di parl in bis laoava well
herv.xl Miecrs-
Mi Khteaj hi
ml. polite and popular manager,
ana am well uaad tq evaeyoni
With whom be OBBBO Into contact
\! .1 li...v ... .11.1 tti.it i.r ,
...ii.ill. would like io aae the laet
.ha with the West Indies
1- Ihej would be great COntaafg
,-ul It !- I'll rl'l'l.l Ii. Ix- ho|>.
lhat the West Indies would hjO
able lo take 'heir strongest possi-
ble team
Speaking of the present
V 1 1' Australian tour, he said
thai F.nglish cricket bad not "t
recovered from the diftlcultie-
following on the war. but m
new voung players me apiicaring
in F.nglish cricket and there i:
no doubt that before rerj loni:.
ther." will lx> a great improve-
ment
Australian pftayan an alwayi
,1. keen, .ind the West
- win have to continue
the lighting oualtl
have showed 111 Kngli
g their tour last year
I.....
Faith Heater
Attracts Crouxis
< >M
hwgeel iiov
aver to attend ,1 religloui meet
1 tin 'n .i up .it ijuee
Part mi Tnuraday mgiu for the
New Teauunent Church of Qod
s.ii baa I hi-. I.
holding its Convention
Mi ,h..|. Ilenrv C Sloppi Sii|ni-
tniandaol Of DM New Teslarr
t'hureli of God in the West Indies,
and Rav Janus It. Heesor of Mm
sour 1. are itltendlng the Couven
tion.
For nearly every night thi
weak many followers of this de-
nomination as well us Ihe halt.
Nune .md blind could be nob
making then- way luwarda tin
to pay S/4 roals 1 Park. The service is being con-
ducted m the Sb.l She.i but "II
Thursday night, people crowded
'the platr.iim the inof. trees,
i 1 h. vehicles an.' other van-
' tage points.
Uev Mcesor is administering
md this Is the main
KOSSOLIAN
KOSSOLIAN
KOSSOLIAN
WE OFFER
BLOOD SALTS
POULTRY TONIC
RACI HOmi TONIC
kossolian looizto and
NTOCK FARM < IINIIITION POWDERS
letter they condition, the more likelihoou of S'UVival
KNIGHTS LTD.-All Branches

rVMVMVAV/,
Will Pay Appeal Cost
Then Honours Mr. G. 1. Taylor
nd Mr. J W. U. Chenery. Ju.iges ,
>f (ha Assistant Court of Appeal. 1 f'""' "''allng
oullrpie t Hi ,; 1 r.ntion
ship Mr
tagisti ati
"%,.
E. A. Mel^-od, POttc
Ol Ih-tii, I \ ve-tei
A woman Who attended the
ervloa told (he Advocate how a
iu blind man was healiil and > Ian*
Lewis of no fixed place of abode 1 *v came 'ud rWlBlng BftaT being
McLvod had lined Agard
>'- In seven days or in default
seven days* imprisonment with
nard labour for assaulting Ivan
Thompson on November 20.
Lewis appealed against Mr.
MvLeod's decision and was ordered
to pay the cost of appeal which
amounted to 6/4.
Tnotnpaon In bis avldi
thai I#wln pushed his fingers In
after the] had an argu-
Cfio/los Won
purs proper
Bom icadily tii-dinguuhabh-
Mgns "Road u 11 it a r
l>. intcd yellow with black Ii tter-
nig warn the public at once that
arorfe 1 going on These have
bean imported from England and
I. dipped on to long iron poles
driven firmly into the ground
They hav* replaced in most in-
stances ihe old wooden ilgn thai
mere often used to be t
used for firewood or otherwise
and UW motorists aepOdally oftei.
-ary warning
red of his slrkm
After the OTVloa was over
1 gaff lorrie. ktOdod with fol-
lowers from the country districts.
.wards the country via
Roebuck and Tudor Streets Pan
engers in these Ion 1 * were
ringing and appeared to be In
merry moods.
Actually. Uie last Vanli
1 iva the I'.nK when the hulle
and bustle die*I away, were
invalid chairs, (with then 0CCU<
p.-iita) and olhei |>eople who were
affUetad atth various maladlaa
Ijige crowds ulsn .iitended tin
.. r meetings held at the
River Road Church yesterday
11' .. 11 at 600 in the
morning god tl- other at rrjd-
Anolher meting was held at
Park last night and the
usual big gathering could be seen
HARRISONS BROAD ST.
BE SURE TO GET OUR QUOTATIONS BEFORE
BUYING THE UNDERMENTIONED ITEMS
ELSEWHERE
Sugar Bay Twine
NEW SHIPMENT BEST QUALITY f. PLY
All-Steel Wheelbarrows
18 G BODIES 3 CUBIC FEET 1'APACMTY
Galvanised Buckets
ALL SI/.KS AMI V. EIGHTS
ElwelPs Cane Bills
Mineral Surfaced (Red) Roofing
-I..-. 1.1I Tropical ()iiiilil.vEach Roll ..I 12 ynrd. cor
I.I.-1.- wild KlxlilK SnUili.in and Vnl-
Prirrs itrt- sleudily ii-m:;
NOW IS THE TIME TO HCY
HARRISON S FOR HARDWARE.
MEVVLY ARRIVED
tto greats rrataAVw
devised by
S modern science
Al tan ou i
i hsv,
l.dcguiiil "
HEADACHE?
Oeubl* rear chancss tor relief
with r.M.i . ,.: UM Mil/i"
^.*-'.'.'-'-^'-'-'-'-''''''"**-'''*''**'''
NOTICE
i l
i Tanden are invited I
the exclusive right lo sell
liquors, lunches and teas at
Kensington Oval during the
Barbados Trinidad Tour
ui(i|>ii\iri.;itely from Feb-
ruary 12ih lu 27th).
Tenders are required to
submit urice lists tor drinks
and lunches as well as pro-
nosed menus of the lunches.
Should prices for the Asso-
ciation differ from those for
the general public these
must also be submitted.
2. Tenders are also In-
vited for the transportation
of the Trinidad players from
the Hotel to the Oval and
back during the Tourna-
ment.
3 Tender* must reach the
Honorary Secretary at C F
Harrisons Office not Inter
than 4 p.m. on Monday.
January 22nd.
4 The Association doc*
not bind Itself to accept
the lowest nr any Tender
% BARBADOS CR1CKFT
ASSOCIATION. INC
; W. F. HOYOS.
0 Honorary Secretary
5 7-1.S1.fln
*9g'/,'/////////////.'///
For
tastier snacks
LION
%;
i.HtMtta)
eased
and
i aikaHsiog -Knt i
. Iny H i
.1 with breach*..
JiJka'Seltzer
wurulcHul itKMiilU
un hii.i iulIi -'(n4i.ni "Ltfaaaenl
i* rm>i powc'lul (frffliotlr vn n i>
afa ihM all can um ii Ii it vinlty nrcmsry
hi say home Yea need H '" p'l-nni cun
and bur* pnm *riu- mJ mI|iuiJ
gwnHall tormaolinf^iion. LifrfiUtd "
ii pkatantK luitnuit. nn-Msinina. rv>n
u>rm*.fK
UFEGUAIW
THE SUPREME GERMICIDE AND ANTISEPTIC
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (bdos) LTD.-Agents
SMART und DURABLE /or
TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTS
Colmans Mustard
New Shipment
of PUMPS in Brown
Sizes 611
and White
PRICE:
!
'.ARRAW*.
$1.60
BAT A
Tidy Skirts
cannot be kepi that way without
proper
SKIRT HANGERS < torn them in three shades nl Green. Blue and
Hah ana ....................... .....................................si im
IMnin I'jiinli-d llr.-xs Hungerseach
'-mull Painted Hungers fur Childreneach
gjV:-".*m.
u
lie and 18
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
H, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street
1
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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'BDAV, JANUARY t. lust
High Blood Preswre
Kills Men & Women
Twtaa aa *> wtmi aa m> par-
lor I.ix" lliKi. Blood Priart, w**rh
Urloua IIMMi (HI MVU
llnta Of I'lWnn of Ufe U4
. ilmurolmui.taMIIWuM.
bi..1 U(M ..i< ..t i-. ...:.. .lrufc t-ooi-
( Huja IIOM fr
aaa. miitlii at
d and * *,
dUMMM. 4ori
*M paipiiatiaai.
'-w ma ma, be la dan***-.
forawHv kiMwn u Hinoii.
Mdl*l dlacofc-ry. -,li.. r. Hlfl
tKr*a*ur> >uli
dOB t
( today
Rheumatism
afidJJackacKe
Gone in 1 Week
"\
1

THE ADVOCATE HAS THE
|BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!!
Among some opened yesterday are...
CRICKET CAMPAIGNS
II? NORMAN YARDLEY
THE PURPLE ONION MYSTERY
Uv IIAIIIIII III ISRHROOK
ADVOCATE STATIONERY


SATURDAY. IAM WHY K, 1KI
HAKBADOS ADYlll \TI
I'M.i M\r\
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TCLCFHONE JSO
I'll l>
I MAIUAN WkIuh o(
M4MmJi lln funeral
""- MAVIAN
H/wmm
Un
Dr F

IN MFMOSIAM
. C. Butcher who was,
M ***> doc* that
'I'HII-!'
-I-..I PMfej 1 .
MHlN
asd. d.,,
When one sve MvM was called a way
* Gone but iH forgotten "
.-le-iber-d bv hu children
BS.I.BI I:
...OI.HUM.I ,.(ng
dW tlUWMf.ll I .1 MM Allai 11
Ooodr-df, Hied * /... F*l
Al 1"'
race Coodrl*ge tMh OLv I
ear, 'ttuDHT' 2U1S1 In
lo
pi
On* of In* dr.in!
beat'
<..,d called Iht lo heav
laned in Mff. Ir**- ired
at
m MilL.r
and-children.
Ml 11U
nary nl our dear
i ,i , r - llniun Nurg*
who lo*. hi. lift- ,n sea lHh January
1*43.
Tlmt- a*ga* coin* and memory g
Tide* may .nmetlmea *t*b and flow
r. . .be grey or blue
.. nriMti na...... thinks o( you
|s*fj*l r..rn. Ralph. Sylvia.
. Karl. al.nrK.iie Moralin*.
MM-M
L'S-SB-ln loving n*m*. at our dear
band and full* r John Nurse who
i...t ..i hb on the ltui January 1S4J
,e Niirw lamih. SB, LSI- In
OBP1 lOn| memory ol our den-
rolher WlnReld Thorpe wn.< died >
ta on j-.uu.ir. llth im
They 1-ld Boo*, body
In the Sea to .leep
Hi sweet aoul commending
Unto Chrtat lo krep
tale In the arma of Je*u*'\
r.le SI Kcl. Marry. My rile Thorp*
Thorpe. Uutir \im.i
to. Coatl. Phone Bi-33
Iff 111-
OFFICE Medium lire Office "lit.
breakfast room. airy wtih am*
-l"*. Top Floor of Winter a C".
Lid. Bollon Lane and Swan Hie. t
DUI BBSS or Mtf tttl-'-n
Oiboi Beach. S
Iroom. ful y fumtohe I
June. July. Sept. <
TANGLIN Beachmcnt. Mialnbl
from February onwarda. monthly "
.'trberwla*. J double badrooma with sing.
fnwi bedstead*, children's room
...... g. n frigei *U
room Apply Ho--
KT-J
L'NfrUI*JSISIirD FIAT Al "URIAH
nut" with (.-.rag*. Lower Colljrr-ii-
laefe. P. Michael, Dial MT1. II Blm
haildir lll) llr
nEMOHES Al No
and airv very see. i i
rnt*. Denli... Solt.it
rd tenants. Apply .
H DHOS itwa* Hf;
V1-V11J.A al SI. _
a rburch It consul, of O
Drawai* aid Dining Room
Water-to net and Bath
Apply I.. I) An v A Scott
IM Hill SALES
FOR SALE
AirroMorrvB
\H lIT V-. Fo'd SeS.i
rn. .nd In ..caU.nl coneMio
!M. r.ABAi:!: LTD Pher..
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
By ie..-nmendation. ol Llavdi Agent
wfl will aell on TVBJSDAY the 23rd .'
our room* IT High Street
pc*. Crop*. Bon*. Face Pood"
Roll. Tollrt Paper. lfM pkfi Andre-
Tiaaue. IJ Caw. Cow Oate OKieo-e
J Tin. HlerulU. 61 pane* ol Ola*. 11
Tary Car*. W.C. Cl*rm. II Sheet.
tVertte i Tina Powdered Ulifc n pair- of Shoe*. I Sewihrl Marhloe. 71
Caiyea L, H Safe!. Mal.lie*
Sale I1M o'clock. Term. CAJUI
BRANKER. TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
so 1 si fe
University College of
the West Indies
rr jpaHa .ppjffMM _. Ihcm.
aelxra the Inn.-i- c-..re p| ihe
We I Indies -Ml -dr-.l 1 I*lobe., tptl
ap. ,1 IM", i.ndfepraduatea In each ol
ine FacHNHx al Arm. Wpiurpl lpfjpn<*e
and MedUMue The omrtn In Art. and
Natural Srienc** wl.l lead to the pen.
erel ^apnai i the Unfrrarail) ul Loo-
don In Ihnae lacultle and thoae in Me
tflrln* lo mm dapyee at Bwehemr of
Medicine and o( Suitery
Application form, and pamphlet* lv-
iri all naweuaet IbJotpmUoa *< l-
.h'-lnod Irom the Koplilnr L-nn-er I
ty Collope ol the Wen Indie*. Mon.i
JrinMN. or Irom the hendem Tutor* PM
rat.--l.Mal P*uiea or the Ed.ai...-
PlplMWIPti In Ik* BrilMh CarUdnn
CBMnkH. Cla-Mnp date lor appHcallona
I. Jam, SI. IPS'
Se.alar.kH> tat KthlkHMa. fae IMI
A number of 1'iuvrrm Colhpe t>pei
Scholarrtilp*. Owvtrnmenl tahiWuo.-..
nnl Exhibition, from other aaurce. will
be .warded in ISSI on the imuIU of
l.<- LHUhW] Collepe S<-hular>hlp tx
minalion to be held at the ,,,-r tn,
IBS
Hrill.l. <
PPMM One
Dei-lnlra
One in Art
.able I
....
Opt
naa'-l
I .1.11 ii,
Trlaltad r.a*e>nraeat l.hll.111.
Three In Art. or Natural Science*.
Oadbary K.hlhHlaa On* in Art..
Natural Pdvnce* or MnfUclne
Two in Ar or Natural Science-
l.ll.an.i >,,i,.iir.hl|. One in Art-
m ...I ...,,. ,., ,.., ..
f"'"i- A'weaaMt** al TrlnMe*
K.hibiU.BT On* in Art.. Natural Scien-
ce or MadH-Hw>.
Full particular, ol tnew- are fivan In
a pamphlet wrueli m> be obtainr.l
Ircm m* Rvpi.trar pi Ihe Unneraii-
Collepe or from the |t*-ud*.l Tutor, lo.
Extra-Mural Kudaa. or tt* Education
Department, in the Bull h .-rlbb-u-
Colonitnv. C-niiit date I01 appUcaUon'
i- Janupry il. rPl
^t run i-

II li. meived b* th-
Plan* and Specidratiav. ran be wen
4 any Offtc* on *n, UtP da.
1- prrpaiii
"f the H..lldl>.| Con.1
IMHIh \OIM IS
TAKE NOTICE
NUR5IA BRAND
That N V FABRICK VAN MT.I K
PRODUCTBN DEX VESUTINKjD.
SVn^l^EnEIDESPB. a limned uaoliltv
Company duly arpaniaed under if"
U. p| the Netherlanda. Mannacturer-
and Merchant*, who** brad* er Puai-
nwa. -adrea* la IB P***o**nl*jn. R..'
terdam the Nether landv ha* applle.:
lor the letiMratton of a trad* ffbprk
In Part "A" of ReplMer in reaped Pi
mUk and milk and dairy prMuri* at.j
producu derived from urn*. al*o pru-
ducU containing the aaid food* a* inti-
dienia. odlbl* Ice vd porrldpe.. *nd PrtH
be entitled lo rapl.tei (he umi afte.
ne month Irom Ihe IPIh day nl Janur
51. unlou aom* pern ahall in the
meantime give notke in duplicate I
me at my office of oppoaltton ol auch
r.ll.lr*tWm Th* trade mark n be
aeen on application at my Bier
Dated 'hi ITth day of January. llt
II Will IASH
Regi.tr.ir ol Trade M-irk.
"TAKE NOTICE
FARM BRAND
That N V FABR1V.K VAN MTI K
PRODI'CTEN DER VE-EENKillK
Zt-IVinjlOIKlDfnpl. llmlMd liability
Company duly organlaed under Ihe
law* of the Netherlanda, Manulaeturei
and Merchant!, whoa* trade *r **>.
addreaa 1* IS Pet**>on*dam. Rotieid.n'
Th* Netherlands ha. applied lor in*
regieiration of a trade mark In Par!
"A" i.( rtegi.ter In r.aptft of milk
and ml Ik and dairy urndu '-
duct, derived (rom aame. al... product*
ronlalnlng the aald good a* Ingredl
pnpjj eillbte Ire and pnrridi*.. and
wl|| be entitled to irant.r the name
altar one month from Ihe IMh day ol
January. IM*. unleaa aome p*rnm .hall
in the meantime give notice m dui-i-
fPtbg in me at my ofHce ol oppoait'on
of auch ragMtratloti The Irade i" >'k
pan b.' wen on application at my oHMo.
Daled thl ITIh day ol January. ISSI
11 WILLIAM*.
Roglatrar ol Trade Marl..
IB 1 SI U AMI II
M.trh I
1 .1 .' !M .. ,.\.|i pj
for Ne Aral rile
I let port^.f-Sr-n
hi iin-i HiiHtiiii. \oiim
.UVSWSWIT
it -ii lh*> .! .
1 .*. af the *>. V-ill

tWedne-a^i.. ...l FrMa. "I nach aeea
L II I
e is p ni The** inpaw****,! miLdii
I u. look
He. I MUCE-Cl-AKJtE.
I* *>

apajpl
ol Golf a
Apply
ClBMd
water and lux rfnowledp*
1 aduantagr
letier only, forwarding ra-
W-The Barrel*-. .....
:.'. M-
MISCELLANIOUS
1.Y with Pur-
Datr> FPjrp*
IB I SI-Bo
il MIS. COURTTSV (
lIl'Il.niNr, SITE N*k) Uardana. 1, w
quare feet Only "Pol obtainable in
lu* araa M*-ll.> ai'uated. faadng b<
'^* aWltta. a*. Ilirp* .|g. ou,
a -eaaonabl* pflre Dtal *M; *r |**>
Pick-
Hat
Uacd j
.11 l*hp Utlllv
- nh leu than MCS
1* reduclaon. A rhana*
miPPPd FORT ROVAI.
Telephone BSfM
3D I SI- "
fll-NOALOWWllh dj uui dining
~ 1. dr****** mow ^e. v,<,... .
1 Village SI. Thoma* Th* are,

A real bargain al SSSOQi
riARACF DUI 4S10
IBA^-n^'-MArUtlS- Die**l Tractor* 41
p * *lt iteel wheel. EndulrM-
ivlted COURTSBV OARAGE
ffi'I
Tl!
cols: < co
tLLCTEICAL
1 On* Hi Am
rub ft comple''
I-
. pdCFltlQERATOII
perfrrt rondlflon Wll
" 1. offer A
B.mk Hill ltd
ltl SI "
K R Hunlr
inapected by applying to
a. Blackmail on the premiers To*
. *l J*rm. tU.l.SI In
I ASD , Ana ol Land at HoMai.
1111. Bt Jama*, naar Boy,- Bnh 1 r.n.ie of Samuel Hoyte iDaaaappfli
>pply Mr. laabel Nuitr. K*n*logtoi>
Room.. Gallery.
' *J"yr*-'-uu-n'-u""r""''" *>
rfa^herR*.- TBSp**wffl* BSSP.
OR SALE OR
l-HOI'l
KETiDAI. Hnj.
Owner laaving laland anon. Twn Bad-
Kilchrn. fahop atlaeheo. enclosed Vaid
Houae wife awalUnc current 3 Baodi
1* 1 1 Perche* ol Land Apply M. D. C.
TAKE NOTICE
SULPHATRIAD
Thai HAY Si BAKEK UMllti' .1
Rrfllui Company, trading a* Manutactui-
log Chcmlata. wh. e trade or buatnen
addteni 1* Dagenham. Ce. fcnglaiid.
has applied (or Ihe registration of a trad.
mark In Part "A" ol Rethrler in iffapacl
ol phannaceulK-al. velarlnary and sam-
lai. .ih.tanee* Infant.' and invalid*'
foods, plaster*, material Pag bandaging:
mat.rial for .lopping laelh. dental wax
..Linfrclanla. preparallon* for kllUnf
(Mi and dratruylng yrrinin and Will
be entitled lo regleler the Mm* altei
cap month Irom the ltUi day ol
January 1PSI unle.* some pre on shall
.me give notice in duplicate
1 can: 1.hi.. 1
Dated thl
ofllc.
p| anpaaJUan ,.f ,
The trade mark
tcallon al my ofhc*
llth day of January. IB
H WILLIAMS.
TAKE NOTICE
Thai MAY A UAKEJt IJM11U)
British Company, trad Ins as Manulact
n't Chenilata. who e bad* or bualr,
jrtdreas i. Dagenham. gnPSM. BafjM
ha* a..,lied fn* Ihe regialratHm of a tr.
nark in Part "A" of Register in reap
i l-n,
TAKE NOTICE
ZEPHROL
That MAY
Brltl-h Corns
addrcw. Dagenham. E*,e>. Uigi.im.
h*s appli.d for Ihe reglMrallon of a Irado
mark In Part "A of JtggVMr In reaper"
..f pb.rma.'euUcal. veterinary and **ni-
tary nib-lance.: Infant.' and InvaKaf
food*, plaster*, material for bnndagtng
material for stopping laelh. derrtal wax
ta>inl*.'.nt. prvparaUon* for killing
weeds and deslro.ing vermin, and will
entiled lo ret 1 tir th* same atte.
moth
I at my office
Ihe lllh day
irade mark can be
Of January. II
II WIIJ-1AMS
ncgl-t-ir ..f Trade Mark)
II I SI-
TAKE NOTICE
ANTHISAN
That HAY A DAXBt I.IMIl'MI. a
Rrlllah Comp*n>. Iradlng - Manufactui.
l-g Chemist*, who* trade 1
.nldio 1- Dagenham. Ease*. Knglonci
EBirrV BLUE MODEL BOA.'
C MITONS Delivered the Roberts
"g Co. Ltd. In good order
la, path nisi
POETTrON KngU>h I nl lie t lelerenc*. Coiyalderable con
r.i *rtal PXpafrtBOBB I
IJian tiilerprue now sold PwpBg 1-1I1I
.. BaMrea Hie Baibadi
bU and proapect. Ple.ee write lto<
-I- C o A I IB I nrt
SI-ANTS4I ANT. I
r-HIVATBJLV COACHED b hilly quail"*..
Ei>|H*h f*ch**ll*arher Spanuh peaku.i
BUidenu i.ughi Etigii*l> by quick and
(.y method Preporalory and Schonl
C-rtlDcale standard Rackwaid .ludenl
a apaclall*.- Commerelal cur e. Upg
Including Commercial E'tliah. Span
i"l
IPJBw
Oeod.
WANTED In uurchaae iildio
ur Puck Streel Dial JSP*

I OMANT
hapa...
liiniwN*
i.iquok lkhnm; notiii;
ApplVatri-i par ik*w ItPjIsai l.tae-m-
NAME Cleopati..
.iCCVI-ATIOh Slxnikeei-.
KBPEDEWcr Aioun.i -.(.. town. d>
Peter
SITUATION OF PltaBaSEH A board
and sblngle shop with i.eiitr ""'
and ihedroof attaciie.1 -I Around
li. Town Bl Peter
DslOd th- IWl A*'- of Januar* l**l
To - H NUPBBE. Ban .
J*ouc* NaaTl.tfale.
,,.,-. 1
ROLAND BDWAHDS
Agent fur
Cl*OHATILA SPRINGRII
Anptoani
^ R ll.ii aaaBbsntsOn win be consul
ered at L*een*ing Court lo he held
01, WeoiK-. January.
IWl at D>s.." 1
II ..cljck am
M...I I-1
II NL-HP*.
INGOME TAX NOTICE
Nolicf !> Mreby given UbH
Income Tax returns sre rvquinv
from every maUiieU man wlw 1
income u SI J00.0O per Biinum I 1
over, from every other Ml
whose Income i *72U.OO p.t
atinuin or over and from com-
panica whether mcorporateU ol
unincorporated, societlss, persvi
tnaged in any trade or pi.
fceslnn, and owners of land 01
properly whether a taxable In-
come has accrued during the pui
year or not.
Forms of Return may be ob-
tained from the Income Tax De-
luiUment ATTER THE 1ST DAY
or JANUARY. 1851. and fe
forms duly filled tn must i><
delivered to me on or before tl l
hxUVwllafJ rei>ective dates:
I Kelurna of pemong wlu.s-
books were closed on the
31st day of December. 1B5
on or baton the 31st day
of March. 1951.
2. Returns of persons whose
principal place of bustneai
Is not situate In the Islanc
on or before the 3tl> ss
June, 1951.
3 Returns of all other person-
.in or before the 31st Jan-
uorv 1951.
F A C C1-AIHMONTT-.
C*iinmls*ioner of Income Tax
and Death Duties
NOM -Auv perpon fatUn. l
make hlB return wlthn
the due date will be Uab>
10 a Bne not exceedim
100 and not less than C-
and will be prosecute
unless s satisfactory ren
S m Elven ^^
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OF HI0HWAY8 AND TRANSPORT
Tempor*rv Employment for Ron! Supervisors
Application*, are invited ! WipTM .ployment ns Road
Sunrrvlsorn in the Department ..( Hiflbwa) anal Transport
I fsuccesaful upplicanu wilt > -' >' 1441 hour
weekly weae. beaed on tap <-< > 30e.Mc. an
hour fi.i Suprivisors employe,: M BS of the
department, and nxed aeer.rdmg k and jenrral siiitabillt>
and merit.
3 Candidates must be able to read a l write Fnglish. to keep
the Labour sud Dutni| ' sH out. carry out and
nessure up road work and perform i aUsM iiutie* in connection
vlih road work as mat be require'! of iheii In the Diraetor.
4 Candlftat<-s must st all BbM* prvVSlBMl lo promptly carrv
.ut the wotf of the departmen' I -its. Mefe instructions
n* may be from time to time ftvei thrTn bj Hie Executive Engineer
nr other Ofneers of the departmen! afl hi* lehalf.
3 Candidates should subm. bam thai 'he> have
Bona knowledge of road conatru-'mo and repair work and have
actually been in charge of laboui and material empln work for which they were directly respon'il'li
6 Successful candidBte* i ad m be tin Ihe job in
Ume to start work each day at 7 IB, and must not leave the Job
until after work has stopped eaci
7 Successful candidates will lie pnid where necenssr> I I
travelling allowance of Be. per mile fat an**} I Ul sltai UM fourth
mile travelled each day u the hi
8 Apphcatioiw.whichshouldliemade.il r ..U-frorn
onice siM'uld t iiddre:-ed tn ihe Dire.toi
>f Highway* and Transport, and will t-e accented tin la pm on
Wetlnenday ||a1 January. 19!SI
20 I 51 3n.
SHIPPING NOTICES
Lawr a
MM Ml
LOST
rum or u;
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
>t S IionaUe' Sth. Mh
IS -Comca" Ind Srd I
Sailing from Antnerp
luaM. "Oranieelad
.....al> 1PM
S.IIU to Trinidad. P.
.eoigytown MS "Mar till
i* |Ull. RS. Collie. 1
aseenger AeeommodaU'in
'mVBRON. BON A CO. LTD.
h* M V naerwond* will accept
f..g.> and Passangrre lor St
......da -n.l Aniha !-.-
ten only lor Si Vbm I
l-le ol deparluir to be ivilifWd
&W.I 8CMOONI.R OWN-
EBB AHSOCIATION' im
Ttltpbeoe: 49IT
C^VEKMMEKT SiOEIIES
llPPJIgl ISSPICTOSS tXAMINAIION
tTM.ll.UI f. >^ .n.lnn lo, S.~W '"!-<'"'' """
,1*1 th., Ihb .wmmalio,, .ill Mkr pl.w . St Miry. Boy.
on Saturday, loth Frbruiry. I61 it 1"
The turn piper will Ik- Irom 10 ji.rn
raprr Irom 1 p.m. lo 2.30 p -
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KINODOs-
i>
el
must buns pen,
11 30 am and the second
ubher and drawing
ink. pencil
nutation room at least ten mm
'Aid.; platlcr*:
in-ierlal lor ilopp
,.i-,>o
CAVE m ROAlHEt. FI^MAflOM.
We will art up for sale by Publ.r
Competition at our Office Jam** Streel.
on Fridav Bnd February IBS), al 1 pm
CAVE A ROACHESl PT^ANTATION <
Mluale In SI Lucy and rontaming D]
estimation "3 acre. 1 roods 13 perche.
' which about *B aero, are arable
The acreage |g made up a. follow
R*71tlGE*tATori. C.-1-r.ii..T. EleeUic
and Compressor. Dvrurmo. Owen
Allder. 1W Roeb.u-k Streel Dlul UPS
SDIS1- In
J WASHING MACHINE-- One of these
kiayf-.lr with anfn drier left fesnoo and
ul be replaced lo-dav under
John P. Huison Ud
FURNITURE
PI -RXITUrUCRalph Bear.1 ofle.. thl
'iHowiit New Mnhogan.v lumilure
Ihnlng Chairs SHOO per or Tub Chair
SSB.Bf> per pr Cocktail table. S10 00 Tea
irollev. S1.100, StreamUnod Mom. chain
S3S.BB each: Vanillea BBS00 each also
unpalnted ruah chpsn. rockers and
.tools not forgetting a k.._.
of good second hand furniture. Call
Ralph Beard'* furnishing ~*~
Hardwood Alley. Open
pro dolly Close Salurda
PHONE ass*. 1
r kUUng
and will
render the mum *1U '
IPIh dav ..l
... g... nuore to dupfatalc
ofnre of .ppaaMlo'i ol suci,
The Ira** mark can i>*
j appUcaUon at mv ePJIee
Hated thl lllh day of January, iwa
II WILLLA14A
RegWra. ol Trad* Mar
i-f'I'W-i
reaping
1 Id
acre* SI perebae In preparMioi .
roada. yard* etc
InipoeUa* on appllpallon to Sir
Ormond Knight on the premise.
vr.AF.wooo a novel.
Holwlt.ir.
'.'IV '
MARSIIVILIJ; Dank Hall main n-U
landing on 3 4*3 *qu*r* feel of land
Iwelling hou-c comprise* closed vrr-
ndeh. drawing and dining rooms
hedr.
and ilec
I Sir*,-.
and baUi. (luvs
tnctty inatallad This uropeily
ofTered for sal* U
at our office Jamc
Ind February. 1BSI _
For further particulars and condilu,n
ol sale apply to Hutchtnson A Banilel-
J*me. St reel
11 LSISn
TAKE NOTICE
CIS
That COLUMBIA
trade <
| BAM
cf D-ie-.ie. United f
h. -|.l..,e
ert * Pi
Uiutr.1 Slate* ol A____
Part A' of Reglalet in reapect of ph-n,..t..pi I
acord blank., and will I- eninled to ladidei
ISth dav of January. ISSI. unle** aome per*oi
in duplicate to me at my office ol oppoitio
.nark .an be seen on application at my office
Dated thla !*lh dav ol Jannorv ipai.
WALL BUILDING
MAHOGANY and oUiar Dining Table*
and Morris Chain
Koebu.- Street Dial
I gam fAiAl-l.i
UTVKSlOCK
..f milk with i
Mi* E. I. Ward.
l..ad.
. i Ouemaey H*U*<
Mother giving SB pis
IB I SI /
J. W. Bmllh Radeot
MECHANICAL
MACHINTS- Singer arwlng
Treadle and Hond
IIS Roebuck Street
achlne*
Allder
MSB
IP I v. 1 .
MISCELLANEOUS
ion new Contact
i sew
IS 1 .11- Jn
sat an. fl. of la
Store. Store Rooms
particular* apply to
id Spec Mi us
and Dwelling
M Abbadi
strauou ol a trade mark
lie*, phoaosnaph .econS^
f after
I WILUAMS.
..( T^ade Mark.
inBtrumenl-
CandhUitcs should be at the ex
.lies hcfnie ihe mart ol each examination. .
' Candidates who have not yet paid then lull fees must *
..resent their rece.pts a. the office oi the D.iecto, of Medical Service,
an or. telerajh*Ul Fi-hruiry
So...... Mnhcil OHl.r, ol Hnllh
20 1.31.In .
oi.ii Am rENsioN i'ahm. nmcra. st. michaei.
rUelkM...... * ,v,l.-l lo, ppsBMMSl IS 0* Pon of Pfn.,o,.
Psylns onsM lot Un psrlib ol a Uksssl. I
I Appomimmi will i. msd. sOUsM '" * ststtsd ss*liw;
.,, ,,..,, ------------ii. m i......rekemisi . <- Public astna
Ud sill b.- on OM rmft probation Th. mmimum rtu.-illon.l SUBS-
h will bo irr^Wd po m lh C.mbd. Lo.ll SM
OkUSssS) oi Uinllir -.omimllon ol rquivalcm .undird. Applican
hoold prcfonbh ! W.M lh.- ol twenty-one ind lorty )
3 Thr islarj SUSWld lo the po.1 i 1 Ihe rile ol ll.mo l-
unam mms. by nnual MmoiSBIi ..I I" to .l.M P" annum
4 AppllEMISM Mioald l- IMd. on lorow obluinoble Irom IB.
CoHr.HI IxriUI OflM nd mvi.1 be returned nol l^ter Ihin lh.
T.th ol Jinuiry. 19.M
r. 1 '. I -3n.
Utl'ASTMKNT <>. M'lKNC E AND AOEICIILTUSE
DVESHKEK. IIIIIKINOTON STATION
Application.-. Kie invited lor Ihe po.l of Overwer. Codrlnglon Ste-
, t,.,: .,,.i,i Dl 8. ..-nee ind Aanrullure. The port lit pon.lon
.,>' Hd ,,,,,,.- NlSIJ o OM Snd. $480 x 48-$1.200 (EJJI 1.27.
141 n a de.ir.ible Ih.l the holder ol the Oflke .hould re..d.
,-,, the Station. Applle.llon. ihouln be addrd lo Ihe D.re.l.
,1 AK, ..oltu.c. Uildgelown. and H'ool.l raMtl lm nol liter thin 2tl
,..uarv. ISSI Further detail* wDI lie supplied on request.
ISth January. IMI ______ HI.51in
I.MIRF.NTIAN FOREST-M/brough a
l^indon
PIj\NTEn" London
MIII.IIERRY HIIJ.- Ixmdoi.
FACTOir- filasiow 1
I./pool
TilinESMAN- .M/broush.
London
S T'ROSPECTOR- London
10th Jan
lth .Inn
:-nil, .Ii.ii
27th Jan
27th Jan
Dio
lln.hadOK
26th Jan
1 Feb.
4th rb
10U, Feb.
16th Feb
HOMEWARD TOE THE OltlTED K1KOD0M
Veaa.1
' IIFFENltfll"
Foe
l/u,dnn
. ,r rurthir lnformition .pplT to -
DA COSTA & CO..
rieaaa ... fla.aado.
i-iii, .li.ny
LTD. -Ainu
PIHI.H IVOTH ES
i
r-A^s Plasiic Shower rap
vaiBeui pattern*. Bfe *
Irlodarn Dr**. Shoppe. 1B.IJ
IJPTflNS TEAThe (
land- the larp**! aale in lh
ruled on each package sne
, been chnllenged told W
erywhere. ts.l SI*.
NOTICE
Baal ad Tan da* a Bar (he erection nl j
Pavilion and CunvnunK> Ball .< *
Playing field will be received by me up
to Slat Januar.. IBB1.
Drawingi and Specif* .tuxn can !]*
raen al Ui. R. . Moulder Office at
U**ara. Harrtsoii A Co Lid Broad SI
The person or Arm whose Tender 1-
screpted will be rasuilred to give the
entor into a formal contract with the
Vestry ol St George
Due allowance aheuld be mad* to'
?bssibir Inmaiid eprt of materials and
labour.
The Vealry doe* not bind lUell li M.
cept the lowed or any Tender
K MASON
Clerk. Vestr. of t Georg-
ai*i. ^
NOTICE
The aManllen of all Persaim. Firm* and
Ctimpani*, carrying on trade or buMnsa*
in Ihe City ol BridsaBawn and In other
rta and plaeea of at Mhrbael. i> iin a-a
Ihe prnvlson. of /ubaectlon B ol saetian
U of the Veetrle. Art 1BI1Bl. whirl.
Bar alia -
before th* 1st day of Februsry
TAKE NOTICE
Columbia
That COLL'MbiA RFCORDH INC a corpora
the taw. of Ihe State ol Delaware. United Btalee
I**** or bualne.i. addn-s. I. TBB S-venth Avenue.
United Stale, ol America, has applied lor th* na
"A" of Register in respect of phonograph or latl
le. therefor, namely record oruabe repeater-.
record albums, needle cup* and stop mert.anl.rni
entMled lo register lh* same alter one monln ft
unless aome person shall In the meant.mr give
ciffiee of opposition of *uch raglau-attoii The r
.atwui at ni* 'effli.
Daled this lllh day of January. I*S|
ll" I*. Slate of New Voi
n of a Iran* mark in Pi
i un.- fjajl .
i.,nl. therefor and
H WILLIAMS.
Registrar ol Trade Mark-
It I.IM--i
9/u.
NEV. YORK SERYICE
' 'SBE. "'
NEW OS1XAN. M.VII I
ajlli 11.) betmbr. Mrlvas B.rl.M..- ,
C.N.n.AN
DEPARTMENT OF EDUOATIOH
A|,l.i........irinvilun,.. I. ........1 other sullably .,ulinr,l
person, for the vacancy at
St. Clement- H
2 The minimum qualification fa tntt) to the teaching servi,.
is a School Certificate
3. Applications n* I H* approprl.u- form-
IE.85 Ibl for men and E.35 lei fo, woman) which may be obtain.-.:
rom Ihe mpartment ,.' I date, who have SMS)
submitted one ol these form. In resp. prwOOUl v,.cnc,.-. (no,
nllicll nuiv ap]>l 'cent tostkmonlll.
4. Anv icache. who I pi ..... " ..... Stag of anotl,- ,
school n.nil ,lo.m Ins oi h.-i ; *B of Manager, ind II.
Head T-acher ol any applicant anafer
I. All applications mu: in envelopes markeo
Appointment. Board in the -.. i nor .lid must reach the
Department ol Education I" BSturasy. "''' January.
I ill, January. 10.11
uolii-.UT TIIOH LTD.H.w York and Ouif S^rvlos
Awl. DA0O.TA OO. LTD -Canadian r.la..
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
Contact Antilles Products. Umtu-d. Rowau. Domini... for U-
ui, to Europe. The ui.l ports of call im Dublin, I SSjIW, or
Rolterdam. Single fire E70; ,
l reduction, lor children.
. .-.-. ,,v/WAV/*"'"''''
WORK
For our people depends uuiW-
i,il an YOUR support of 'Home
I niilaalilaa" APART from tht.
m...ii.'
1051.
19 I .51n
PLASTIC APRONS SfV
PBJtMANENT needles for frur record
' rls-ar. and needle* of all Stod. Prlea
Biaa. t^ord. of aU fclnd. ht A
\ BABtnta a co. ltd. auaat.f.n.
(.able
be raved
larrytna o
I the Ve.tr ^
form la be obta.ned
.1 Retinn In writing or their averaffir
nel annual profit, 'n areordane* with
Ihe provtelAns of the aaM Act lor Ihe
purpoee of aa eiarnenl.
"In case any Proprietor or other
person ahall by reason of the rean.lir
date nf closing A--rmint* being
ot-eqiei.t to JOth Nov-mb-r bul prtut
to Id a>bniar%. then lb* Retnro meal
-T'-CKrNOS- Kay-er S gauBe Denier
Mrton Bterklng.- Loeole <(.*de-
* -*M P*r pair IMat ""
'nnp|. tB I -en
TAr-IF.TOTHS Pt.-'ic large T .1 :_
cl*M-^-Pretty Panartia H > SSJa
rwh The atedaen Dl
made I
gag i-.n, mn
"In caa*
\
fsfreefs** in thr
Advmcatf"
Foe mmtlor rrmtltm
I
-son of Ihe ah
I lh* bUUne*.
. malte the faeti
len no litaarn i-
TAKE NOTICE
cOPUMU,^
Thai COI.t'MntA RECORDR INC. a crporaium "iiim
the law. ol Ihe State ol Prlaware. United State* ol Amer.r,
ilue.. add re H 7SB Scenth Avenue. New York
of Keg i*ter In leap act of
and part, thereof. crv*tal receiving .els.
Iraejueney mplirVer". loud ap*aker<
and exi'tin
tee
United su
aaM "
ssjrlftne.
di..- of J
d ml., ate
Manifs-'ur
: fjfsjfaj p| sv. tfaa
aj | Mad' mark I
receiving. det*ctli~r n d ir.n.mitting a*'
-efenerati'* recelvlna art., ladln and '"!
,mphue>. transmitting PJ
and audio Iretijuency tranif'inru .
irid* kk. grid condenaer. inductanc* and coupling coil., ft.** an
,nrl*narr.. insulator*, crystal detector. .1 .ie ,rvie eo..
ume proleclor*. Inop antenna' telephone plug, and i*Ck and eleclr,.
.d will be entitled In rego-ler the aame after one month Irom ihe let
.... ibbi. unle*. aom* p*rton shall m th* inaaoiune saea iwUr. 1
ich regutntlon The trade nun
, an* al mv office ol opjw-il 01
1 Bffl application al in, office
hi* ITth day af January. ISSI
ft. WILUAJBB.
1--r.,,n
period during .
ei*l*0> be unato
by lat Paoeiwr
required *
Failure lo BBSBSMt "h the requi
ment> cf thai subiavyon laagirs lh"
paraon aiid/er par .en* Mable t* pei.ah
**t eire-Hn* an, psMi-rl-
Pvonld racuoAuxri aver tbh Tre-1
er* hare n* aontrol -rate K cane d*U>
11 making Retur-is on the prescribed
"". th* Veetrv aould spn.ee 1st* balng
l-i.,t.-*i t.- MSB. -. i" BM MBBBB IBI
s,sch delay
B. C. RCDMAN
Clerti. St. Michael-. V*rtr>
Ml SIeed-tf >
TAKE NOTICE
MASTERWORKS
H.1.V111111
rtrauc librar.
Application, ire invited lion, persons, between the ages of 21
ind 40 year., lor training overseas in IM work of a Librarian Ap-
plicants should hold the minimum soadlSealMB ol a recognised Scho...
'ertlncate with credit in English and one other language Pn-lerani-.-
A-lli be given lo University Graduates.
2. The selected .pplicnt will probably be required lo tike the
orrespondence course ofTered I I Library (British Coun-
cil from January to June 1 BS 1 leadili. 10 me Entrance Examlnilinn
,f Use Library Association, and may -aitieequenlly be required to
.Head 1 recognised Library School In ihe United Kingdom for .
||M in order to quabr
.. chartered Librarian.
3. It is intended lhal lbs HaSM should be llticlic.
to the wafl ol the Library In thl 1 and be appointed sul.-
.tanuvr Librarian when the ORIee MramM vacant in April, lr.
.rovided the course in l.il- .i.slactorily completed.
4. Application. hou! the Colonial Secretar-
lhan the 24th of .1,.,, nformillon wUI be sue-
.[.plication to 11
3lh J.oiu.ry, 1951. '* '
LiMOlM
pTKO and quality, again.' any
Miiilar oriicle ud yen will find
,nu get better value. Llmolene 1.
... refreshing as a breath of Spring
IS to 67c. at your dealer.
PV.W.V
.LIQUOR I.ICKNSK NOTKt
f." '- '< n...*u-i ""
"rSSJ aTEwWA--. aa
rn t M McLBOD. Km
. ktaaMsrata,
**i HO.-X.
...t.'u.-..'
. thai -ppM-aliun -dl be njW
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PACE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOt'ATF.
SATURDAY, JANUARY H, Mi
The Tornado: A Racing Machine Of Perfection
IIS Inn linlr
<;. Hole Si ores 105
Out (if 289
Against M.C.C
<.'.'.','. ,'.V,',V/.*/.V//.W/-'.
Tills
Cyrlene the Drat a. Ilk
class In .- launch en ban

partonnance ta to put 11 n.iidt>
Being the same length a* Sea-
gull and having i
ail area, bui wtUi two ien leai
be a crank.i. cagtrtcioua (>o,!. bt
she handled beautiful!*
There i.n qulfa
blowing when
UM Cyclone i-eadj f.M U*
1 ws conadenUj nrpeettng a
daddng i
Intrigued b ha ma num..
of the it.
to a yaehi Final of
i.K hum
twins: rollnw throughout Then
k
-ighien Hi-
.
and Qulefe be
.
il'c '.tl:i-
ards run baasde tue ratal Aleo,
one can forjBft about trucks an'i
-ml cti| tOg iun l.i
;i Um mhu* and boom
Then arc . few i nproveoaanti
m Qm BtUnca that can be maw
Somr tan* ai ratunaofnl
found foe the malMbi
run i i
bloefe on tha "
j-nii. r mflng in art

Che Till.. and . v.-
pOUtl I noinw.1 wan ih.
when larking the jib hag
duck "ii ,!'-
sharp pom of tha bl i
And laatl;
regrtra-plati vl teh
houi nine inchaa fiwn lhe bo*
,ind aeemi u. have no othar pui-
pose than bo trip tnc crew
Tornado i> light, welghtng about
..i uj carried leaf too. He
300 lbs. and foui
to til
dUBcuttgr,
.(link Arrelf ration
Creteee
; |OOl
with the tighicsi puff, and h.
wo got clear of tha land wi
rttarwn
ntied Ilk
boat, and < passed th.
Wniu. wtilcfi u i>v tha iMp
when w.- lett II i i I
boron - reached Pelican island.
On a quarter, ;he Tornado i
uprami Hero ti no
; .
I handUi i
u Soipc
.... ol '
c>rtMf>. i i gpect
etanl pull on ine UUar, and an
j puff >f
wind came al tig, but then
no pull at all UfU Fox hi.* bat
anreii ibis txwt ramartcably wall
Ami than i put tha Tornado to
the last, I wonted lo Hnd out hOW
>he would aland up i" rough
enter f teered >"-i i I
harbour ngain. past ihe Beagle,
and Into ihe rhoppv wui around
Needham's point 1 wan expect-
ing to he drenched, nut I remaincn
urprlsingly drv. Ukc all hard
hta, ihe Tornado pound-
B bit. bul being narrow th) UWO
up much loas water than n Seagull
or a Lightning
Coming in i-ln<- hauled. Ihi
Cyclone heeled ovar and w
bad to put our weight as far out
to wind" ant M era COUld, hnt *h-
onjy baelad to .1 certain angle and
was then nm.uknblv stilT Tor-
nadoes Ail) not turn over w easil>
a* gome people expect, bvil back-
winds will Im* a naMca
A "Iriin" with (iannrl
Later in the aftcrnoun, when
the wind M,i& light, we had a
trim' uith Oannel, the faste-i
'uefi
plrwoort
1 Ban ... iaa nuoti
t lenar from Dui r PoUoea ol thi
1 M at 1-1 king in who make
.< Tornad 1 h ti Hi i-yi \\.
v> all plywood enpecially llUlla
. at it will itand extreme b*al
1 in mid. and wt bava never h;i
< nipl.iinl cither from
01 ahrond ummining piv-
oad'
Peter Inee has ma nrtn of the
water (or
got i
kid it
and then put it out
1 tha sun ft ran
I taighl
I'..'-
lo, owner- of Tornadot
an than mi tha baach og Ii
mde when they me not actually
1 [ng them. What really need-
1 .. Tornado -lied. Iinil! .,1 tin-
'"-ge ol tome haggfg Biiiuialng
innslv of the boata In put them
.1 ( khe-l would not l*' dlnScuil
Trrnadoen can Ih- built Iwr tTti\
U paid '
i' lha kit Th.~t ngure in< hada
tilt l| tha own oraci
* >i.- ,ir. dn t lag B 0
yard
Diana increase bicauta I lliink it
will provide u- witli yacli; la.lni:.
lha like of which we hiva ntvai
*eu before in this Utgnd. It will
be a test of helmsmen il mw>
! iho '* boati the em a III ba
impoitunl a>i the helm--
man! rather than of boat* Rot
ramtmbar, the Tornado 11 a
racing machine, not a pleasure
boat
rtm INCE -ml Ocrahl Nicholb gal llic Cyclone"
to lie launched Here, ready for the oa.
UM tart Tornado
1951 Yachting Season Opens To-day
By OUR YACHTING CORRESPONDENT
TIU ;n.i| Yachting Season bc
guu lo-.iay Providing there an
good sailing facilities some in.
t cresting results an agpactnd
Forty-ona boats arc antarad
RMorj will h* created in Iih-h
yachting when ten Tom
rUdpata m "ona dealan"
It
this trophy for tha Ih
Ultra time Thm' >,
will put n In
Othar yachtsmen to admire"
Kli era* arlU ba David Badie..
and Jofuuna Oraca Ooca
I i Mis Atkinson will M
whan ""i on tha erteki i naw or
mg tint seaa.in. It was-through the Itockh-v Ooll and Country
tha efforts el Mi a < i i .-., < iuh
and Mi Km. Robinson that mi, Laaiar Toppln'a Otaag la HdUni
type of raeiiiB was Introducad In the 'B" again It i-
itito local yachting cin hgna (or the racing to*day
.ere bnnortad bj Maaara H Watchic Uurke will be at tlie hell
out ganara] n i
: tusr parri rm no from Msgwii
He won th.. Lad) Yule Cup 11*49
I but failed lo repeal thll parlbrm-
: .st year He is no<
ul this yaw to ragain lot hon-
.Ma> II- Oni
totrg
i' Mill hi Tuckar, it own
i. tells ooa I--* m
i baaing it If ih
off Astra n,
on ii it
dees not Milim will ba vailing
iul hjl crew will be
^^lhew^^^I^u?1|t!!ei!,l, 1"" }nC* '" l-1"-'-.^"" ..... UM crew Owen Burke. Ar- | N ! Bmpue
to the West we salneu a consider- Trv^^ m.<......i....i i>. ur... .._ d^^i.. ,^^ i tr^i. .r. ... .
to the West we gained a consider-
able lead on Garnet, and we Iclt
her, too. when coming up lo Winl-
ward.
I found that the Seagull cOUl 1
tall closer to the wind than wc
could, but that we were moving
through the water quicker than
she was I think owners of Tor-
nadoes will ibid that tha) will go
battai usults when i"*.it og l|
thay keep their boat* going rat bee
than trying to pinch Into the wind
I biivt Ultla doubt Hut a gooo
Soagull could neat a Toniado
when coming to windward II
there waa a ttong bree/e. bul I
am equally sure that a Tornado
could make up the iliHernnv it.
the run and the quarter
Howeeei. the main Hung is
that all the Tornadoaa will be
equal, since the) are balna built
from tha aama kiu and wflj bava
sails made bl Ihi nnc ..^Imul
er. and it will ba fan lha Ona i><
sign race* that helmsmei will a I
the moil fun. 1 undersiatnl that
than .. b la I m nadai s in Trin-
idad now. and nine bava baai
bulll Nor. Perhapi riler-colonial
matches oould ba arran i I
if the moin^ MUU) M rahai I
West Indie- team sent lo Hel-
yinlti |o take part In the Oly
i ;ame-
Will plywood warp""
v- ntam are have
trust in plvwooil. they think
it will wai.> i-, mis cllmab
Ear at 1 a
uu Bng Pal Toppm i- laJslng Mui falli
i tale in the -c" Oaai He bt car
Deantond Hln.les with him
Tornadoes llirouthoul the West thur Brooks and Bert Toppin
Indies. The designe
liahman, I'M. K- i
ol Wight
They are elaisltled K" am
i.imrt dom racing in the H It Y )'
Hegatlas they will hold ilien owi
series of ragattai
A : .i ;is tfJM OUM1 bOBtl ..ii .
concerned all weie PBpalntad ind BBOa this
overhauled during lb( lima iliai will agau
Uav were baukM tin, The maj-
ority have been l.mnched in pre-
paration tot lo-da> i
Kiugmus Altered
taPm BUlr. owned bl Con
mudore J It Wilkinson
peeled to give a bettei |
eason Tom Wilkinson
be at the habit and lh<
raw is the ComruodnM-. Man'
lie\erteuil and Miss Jean Wilkin-
iN .Slight ..Iterations wore
irried out on the BUir's i ingi ,-
vinkiim lielim Tom wunlnaoa ateo owm d
lornadu jolntlj
liw dabul "" n""*her la K 30 hut it b not
! oi launt-hco I . ... not de-
- ded what to call it
\li-.-i'r l.im .lot,,- .nc .il-o
. ilnii: Tornado It bl K "
Cratoaa M chael
lha helm and Ian Ciole will
1 .ol with him
Mohrtwk. owned .mo klppored
l.\ David Payne, will
I..- creating Intaraat In tha Iniar*
iiedlate. It is aqulnpod with a
i aw lib which *houId glv
pe*d this year
David is carrying Hob" Cum-
borbatch and Arthur St. John
Laat nor aitai brla I
dUm utarmadntUi boala in the
Saventh RagaUa Mnbavk over-
turned Ibivi.l ,nd .
with Ihi.iI in tow had 10 'wnv.
Sea bird HI i
this season It was launehi
for the llrst time this >. .i and
claatlflad In 'die -ly It miahl have
way int4i the Inlerme-
uiate but its sttv was against it
it was built ii* BtankQ Moon
ol the Shoe Dapartmant ol
Maaanj DaCoota a. Co Ltd .....i
ne will sail it himself Its dimci-
"us .ne IS (eet overall and live
fi^'t. six inches WKM It i.oiie
a 22-foot boom and an eight I
nbboniu 8tanhu ......ylni
Harold Thoma* and Claivn. -
Field* ;s his crew.
The shortest boat in the "fl"
ll.it War (loud 1*
Iraad) launched lor b I
racing. It curried oil the "B
o.s nopln both last >..u
:"'lorc
\ it Mctppar-ownat Jack Dadle,
.m out to iii"-eriW- i i- name on
the Aauatic Club's
I' i baal Maawin
rill
The Int. rniediatc boat Coronetta
i.nuichod on Sunday last
i d i.> ,r ihnnie Road
Jpparad bj in- son,
Thi .. will ba Johrm*
... o K. nnau Stouts.
(oi.iiieU. should give an lm-
.. .,
... icr than 1
i
.,,..,. ,
Lao Laai yeai ha Bail-
ed in the Yj-i TI'trsMlyke wiL
B Mii-pl.y
ll| be gt the helm <>t lb
\ii 'his aOBBOn Iteen had bee
ichad for several yi -u Sl-
I : ycai with her
i Hi been re-
dd to ha
Killed to-
Regatta
., | tu i an but <
I be at "he
...ii T; be i >" Bad
David AlUii
At the Garrison Savannah ihi*;
ernooc 'ne Polo finals will he
tyad 'oi The Advocata and
arnei Ho I ton Cups
RED: Victor Weeks iCapti.
ark Edgchill. I Williams. E.
Dcane.
BLUE: Colin Deane (Capt.l.
re Deane, E. Deane, K. Dcane
A number of guests from the
irlous Hotels turned out last
Saturday to see the semi-finals and
B greatly impressed by the
skill and horsemanship displayed
Ihe six chukku contests that
p! the game going for nearly two
iurs Among tbe spectators were
me of the 1914 Polo Player who
aised the high standunl of play.
Today's contest starts .it 4 15
pin
Marshall Top Se ores
liS.M MAKSHAL1 iop;>ed Ihe
in (he recent
i| : | BhOOt of ha Bn all Bora
tlbV Club BM
H.U.S 11 H O Ma Mi y (i 7u.kn M A Turkri aw Sfl
.. M (l.Mnn Bl
. T Dv.- H
, n w wriHin
i. Km M
'.bn I- arc asked to note that
along v ith lha routine pract
In be held to-day at 2 p m there
will be two competitions. One
wilh the Pimpernel Pool Card
and the other Good Luck Targets
Iho W RatfaaWf
TO-OAY
Sun Kl-.es fi.ll a.Ill
Sun SrU: 5.54 p.m
Maon (full) January 23.
laghluis. .3t pm
High Walcr: 2.U am., 12S
am
YESTERDAY
Rainfall ((arington) Ml.
Total for month yesterday:
1.64 tan.
Tamaeralure I Max) 12.5 F
Temperatare (Mln). 72.5
Wind Direction (S a.m.) E
II. p m i E.N.E.
Wind Vetoeitv 13 miles aer
hoar.
1'ir.imelrr I ft a.m. I 30.014
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