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PACE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, JANUARY ?1. 151 JANETTA DRESS SHOP VP8T4IRS OVER NEwSA*"-.. Uwrr Rruad si Plteste MM Jui arrived In timr for Weddings — AFTERNOON A < Kill AYR 820 lo 3.30 stTI RDAYS H in U 11.30 LAST SHOW TOKIOHT ~~ 8 SO in Pert TEX ORANOCR 0 TRVNDERHOOr Starting MOM to TOES %  V %  m Colnmbia'* Double Thriller Last Part "TEX URANoEK" aod -macRRT or THE WHISTLER CH TOST F EM — TOMORROW :. and 8.M M(i M "TO PLEASE A LADY" C lark GABLE — Barbara STANWYi r, "LOCAL TALENT ACDITION AT 9.30 AM. M"o ind, Mrs F Maurice Mr ir A ho wert> in Rarba do* for one week Ml yesterday morning hy T C.A to spent week in Trinidad They will ntransit through Barbados on Soumiav for Canada. \'i McGregor is Operation* Mannarr of T C.A '* Atlanta Region Canadian Trade Commissioner FrcNH Kinfttcn. Ontario \M* and Mrs. Gva Marker IT* who immt o,, T c A ., fl|fh ^ ycetereey morning ar* here for a im.nth, stay in* at the Colony !" Cluh. St. JameMr Marker is ihe> owner of a concrete block ruuiufaclurins company in KingaUn. Ontario Th > .u rived from r Bermuda where they spent l'l\K I I IIMIIMS Can.di.n KJU M" AQUATICCLl'HCINEMA iM.mb.rtOr.lv) TONIOHT it n Wolf Dimey's "3 GRANT — Betsy DHAKF in "£veAy Svd Should bs TKaAAauT An RKO Radl EMPIRE To-day I 45 and t 45 and Oanllnulni Monday to Thursday. 4 45 and 8 30 ftf-th Century Fox presenia HOY A I. 1o-da* .mi To S 30 Columbia Smashing Double: .1.-1-..in.Courtland and Bevrrly Tyler In "THE PALOMINO" •BLONDIES SECRET" From Th. Comic Strip •Blondle" Starring Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake aa Blondlr — Da.wood HOW and Ta-morrow I IS and • IB t .TKSTMM* iNomnovEDixxc.. OLYMPIC To-day 4 30 and ft 30 La*I Two Shows To-morrow 1 M .mil H [;. M.G.M. Smashing Double Mar-hall Thompson and San "DIAL 1119" "BILLY THE KID" Robert Taylor. Lon ('honey and Mary Howard T Grant Major. Canadian WR HARLEY M .JU'GHES. Trade Commissioner stationITX K C, a lawyer nil %  in.|.r, ed in Trinidad, arrived yesterday arrived from Canadaafyraterdiiy by T C A from Plarco. He is hy T.C A He was 'Vglim |i il here for one week lo have dli by his wife This la their third russlorn -vith the govemmmi viatl lo aUrfcaoloe and ih-v ere obcut ihc Canadian Libert In a staying at (ha Marino hotel lion Plan He l a gueat at the They are her* for about t-vi. and Marine Hotel. a half months. He was met at Seaweli by Mr To> Represent Barbados J Kobert Peterkin. Secretarv of l he Chamber of Commerce \f R CL I V 1 HFfKI.ES. u c c ui i DICTA., Senior ASrlrul. Mere ror 31* WaakS tural Pcasan Instructor attached ^,... ^> l iro ftara for six weeks ond ar. laying with Dr. ond Mrs. John •on at "Ellangowan". St. Joseph Barbados at the Technical .Meet of Rural Co-operatlvei in the Caribbean, which opens at "Hon. House" to-morrow. Tho meeting i* being Jointly sponsored by tho Caribbean Commission and the Pood and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nation*. PLi%ZA Theatre— Bridgetown (DIAL 23/0. BETTE DAVIia—NsSsM C-orrtlK RUTH ROMAN BEYOND THE FOREST" MAT i Vhort. i M wm "now raa usAOtisfWarern DOUOLAO • and •%  IDtMO TRI BI'NStT TBAIL 1 wtth Tom KBRNE I'ONIH O :IIAI amitn or aosiE nnmn Colftr by Tacbnlcolor %  inmi sTlrs I KI.LNK I %  *t a..I —i TO CANTON • it IN %  ••• TMl I'-l-li IO*l PLAZA Tbreolefj-0/ST/W [DIAL 8404) I .-( t Btuei TO-DAT S a B.B am Wara*ft Daahlai UNDER CAPRICORN" •"** "OUNS OF THE PEC0S M.nii., • %  taoaasfi %  Edward O BOBINSON -'AMAEINr. %  raa. .... Da< i.i Humphrey BOOART I 1 Tl lllll.l -i "l.rOBUI WA1HINQTON IIN 111*1 fix .trf • %  (1 '*Tltri v Hi M.FK BfOt'KTAJX ai the Ocem lo staying Hotel It is understood that while in Trinidad, he received newi of hi* promotion from Major to Ll. Col. Short Holiday M RS KATHLEEN Y FRANCO arrived from Trinidad on Thursday by H W 1 A and n staying with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Girling at Rocklcy Nc Road She was accompanied by hildren. They are here for a couple of weeks' hcllday. Her home in Trinidad is in Marnval. t.AIKTY — (THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES i TO-DAi i a %  %  • a-a i|KO.IUI THE MIGHTY JOE YOUNG" TERRY MOORE—BIN JOHNSON--ROBERT ARMSTRONG M.aSat a>4 TaraOar. SH p.m. iBKO-BaOMI "FOLLOW ME Ot'RTLT" AFRICA Mil MT GARDENERS! — a iSave Your Plants (nun Lnsec Pe*ts by the ooe of a "IADYW00D" SPRAYER OUTFIT— Complctr ..Ml. Hoi. and Klttii..:only $t.l2 THIS SPRAYER IS ALSO SUITABLE FOR USE WITII LIMEWASH THE UAIIHAIMiS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. WHETHER you drank orange Juioa or waiaky and aoaaa at tka dance at the Crane Hotel last night the raanlt waa the aaaw—pink elepkants woro avory waors Pink El.ph.nli. SaW erl And Th. Sheriff M Promatcd I T COL BOYD. • donrnnwiil omrl.l | n the olln.ld. in Venenifli, ^.rrlvl her. on Trinidad (o, a .hot. holld.J Ha hundrKl couplM| mo „ „, Ulem ,„ Th.y r tE Barn Dane, and Bartecue terday momlng by T C.A. %  1 th. Can. Hold la.l nljhi Robinson .< a pilot with T C.A T.C.A. Pilot. and Mrs. W. F. Robinson arrived from Bermuda yesMi A Real Thriller A BOLT a week before Easier, we are to have a real il the Empire Their.-. presented by LbO Barbados bramatir Club After their bad luck with -Blithe Spirit", the Bar >;nnatic Club are going .ill out lo make voiu l>li>od rurdhThe play, which M now in i. hearsal is "A Murder has Ixvu arranged" to take place at the Empire Theatre tovvnids u middle f March. The cast includes a M ber. at least to Barbados, for she • %  a professional act re-, land, out here for a short rU) mat several m#mber>. of the club, and they have persuaj< i hot to take pan In 'he play. Hoi name Is Theliiui Valli:; Oir.. members of DM Cagt Include Florence -">ot T (0) I. Pacltj. (01 10. Il 12. Uni'. of e.it tnmiome lurce. (*> 14. By tiiu> tin' nor'.neiu ma> npi.approf-ai. tSl IS NutlUiis bui a small avatar ar* at thle place c4 relrraliment. II 10 Anviinni iliaasii aatiH la. te 10 A sweet, (ft) 30 Tunes Ton* fire* atldenee 0 The snow leopurd baTWid lair. |0, 7. Tart. \\ K. Thfl regimental < 17) 11. I 13. Vulgarlr it %  not. n. Peniea. II JaltilLon ofittutaat • puaila. -httmf. i Noli: A Boa: I H'sqr; II K:. i* aaix. ;' %  '. ia, ram. I'. H..Iiv fioai'ite .Vdaw: IfgaSO. l'" j. UnadMMo: S if. a Taaa. 5 S aDoiaU. e, Bananartf. T OutI %  laih a ^Croeaai IT, Ohimti; ll M ISS JOAN %  spider to frighten anyone sufferg from a "slight hangover." Ernie Wakelam was on hand to give some professional advice. Not advice on how to stop aeeing pink elephants and the like, but he watched several golf enthusiast swing a club i whether they had o future In the game. Yes. it was a grand party. HUTCH 1NSO.N formerly a nurse at Dr. Bayley's clinic left on Friday afternoon by B.W.I.A., for Trinidad intransit to New York where she will reside. School Commercial Manager jyiTR. ROY SMITH who ia ComAt Seaweli To Meet Her With Sinclair Oil Co. A RRIVING from Grenada yeotorday momlng by B.W.I.A. ial Manager of Robert Plntus of London arrived yesler]i/f R S. F. L RHODES arrived „ 0 da / hy B.W.I A. from Grenada "A yesterday by T.C A. from and toldT them SHI? ne had been *Pnding 11 Woterton Park. Alberta for holiday. He ia continuing his couple of months holiday. HV/V//V,V.V .V.V.*/'/V///. When ynu plan IIKFRICKRATOK Buying a all thfs.. essential beaulies should lx> considered : QUALITY OVABANTB — BEAUTY — FOOD SPACE wilh the New ENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ALL THESE FEATURES 4RE EMBODIED ^K^ .1 uni 111 II PLASTIC TABLE COVERS 36 31 .1 It II .Mil U > %  ". One: To abontluffaugh, "to have %  real lurmi 1 oon ho P ' lower onasn-ll to the askct of Medieval feeling at Newlanda v "' f" .£"'•'"• Tw : The "Yu. and will Mr. Taplovu laughing." please stop then childhood It was taken for granted that the secure and happy world they knew would go on for ever. The young of to-day grew up taking nothing for granted. Local News Murder at Muckhunt (II) By one of thoae happy crumccs common to such sltuationo as this. among the guests at Muckhur-t Grange was the famous detective Jack Malpractice, who had driven down In his Thanatoo sports car. He was roused by Sir Hartley Giggles worth, who complained ".ove, this is no time to talk of that his study door waa locked tho Americans who plav polo in on the Inside; that he had tried to ntotor-cari. You can't play sevenget in at a window, from the tKn fames of polo simultaneous lawn, but thai It was fastened on %  / while blindfolded—ev the Marco Polo would rub his Eyes A chew-player having won n nine-hour game with his 76th N. E. WILSON t& Co. B*m ,h.„..... IH-,,1..,, 4.1 TIME 10H NER STORE f\ r llouee well know* for New Coeds. (Senalne Goods, aad law Prices. 11. Swan Street TVTW.VA::::'. ,;',* r 's:*,'+v.*+'*'*'*'s; A ghastly story is this fro<~ .S'tenchinoion of an rp0-ma.rf.-rr irho was about to mark a neulaid run when it exploded U'tth a sound lUce a small horse rreadint; on wet felt. .The c0-prader fmI'lcdiafely reyraded it on the aradino ehart. Another nru'-loid egg u-ai tubsliluted. Nine weeks later fhc rflst(TTijnent eotifaiNiiiu Ihia epp reached a aroe-eT at JVifrleld. A badger outside the shop fainted as the epgs irere carri-.f in. and at raryinp inferralr n" Ihese eops exploded, mildly popInside; and finally, that there "*• motor-cars instead or ponies, piny u-ifh a sound like mulberries appeared to be an animal in tho wonder If a slow.motinn film of ihrown at a u-ooden partition, room. The roaourcetul sleuth at • cheos-match. with a lecture in iNllneld Argus I borrowed a hatchet from between every two moves, would _ the gardener, hacked Vie valuable warm the blood of young students runny Little PesLs door to pieces, and strode intj %  ** % %  • dortl really wonder very 7Tiey Inflate ihemsettwo when the room followed by his hoot, ntuch about It, as I am not in the angry. They then open their At that moment George Bucket '• %  interested. mouths u-ide. utter loud erics nor arrived from the village to tell It Is not generally known that %  *• ""' l/aPP* na of a lai>-d.>i;. hi.story Malpractice was measPlo waa brought back from Per ""d lake a number of small hop. ig distances from one thing to %  '• hy the great traveller Marco haekworas anO_ >* !" d . "" M -" "S" P '" . JTS^SS^ 'XT h'ornea rol L.uck loadl Bt .he Zoo. You could be My paper tells me that Zulus pardoned for thinking It waa a ing monocles, but description of a certain kind for hoof punts on the furniture He had satisfied himself that the horse was dead, but that the cause of death must be certified lack of space prevented an exnovelist at a cocktail party To be cleared IMMEDIA1MY 9 lovely shades of 36" STRIPED TAFFETA 90c Ladies Canvas & l unpusiiimi Casual Shoes 3.63 Whit, Blue & Fashionable LUZ colourings, Only at Evans & Whitfields I I



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MS DAY, JANUARY 21. 1*51 ^1 \1>AY ADVOCATE fu j MM I OOII AT THE CINEMA Gardening Hints For Amateurs Cheaper by the Dozen Only one soap gives your skin this exciting Bouquet The 4.. %  nl•ii In January SEEDLING PROGRESS Chralma* Comlita AS SOON as tfae seedlings have pa sain I babyhood and have pro' | ground to the stage of young 1 plants 't it time to increase the strength of their diet, and to give | them their ilrsl application f (manure. laMmi will **: I beginner the U-: IBM to do this for it can hv plainly seen when the plant* have thick; ened and taken on a more sturdy ,look having pushed the gangling Mage, as well as having grown several indie* taller (height varying of count* according to the plant). It is almost better to give this Irst application of manure a little Ian, ratfaar than too sea ttrongcr and more advanced the >oung plants are, the better able Uiev will be to benefit from the. stimulus of the manure. For Uiis llrst application of fertiliser, nothing; is better oi more By C. B. UNDER the tUM of CHEAPER HY Tllrl l'< >2 I of the most hilarious comedies is now showing at the Empire. Theatre. Based on the bo. ,. B. Gil| brvtii Jr., and EnwiUut Gilbreth Cure;. Frank and Lillian Gilbreih, both of whon. expert and laa % %  wlnprgjg and vtemtUuk* lha them and their family of twelve children. ''£ 5* '• "" "** P* 0 '. '•** • "<**> dnving. aM MM MB MttTi picture, There is no gradual every race tMck In lh Wilding up to a climax, but it is and he is rtn.illy fedusid lull of humour, the atmosphere oi JM KataraUj. Ibil stab a happy and lively family and "0*nt last long, and bet there's not a dull moment in it campaign Is finished When the picture opens, Os"— hrrwir "' ,n ve wiih him. A thin /-wiMMU Bcasavat lrsvra an ^-nnyaai fh.it will haunt alt lm dream*. Ita i i i lkiu,|urr Soap daily so you'll . be < dasi r abas, ex4u1.11.ly fanunine. story. I gram you. bui ** ilh two sta-h only eleven children ;md even f-thcr loses track of Uu-m Th twelfth comes along about halt way through. Being „ n erneietwy •xport, fa'.her applies his business ..t home. Thntt i Family Council in he has a part lh,.t suits hill ilek family mutters an 1 decided to Ihe Bround < %  Mores meted out To aavt t me. father buttons his wabrtphliticoted coat from the bottom up instead P"i* r woman, and i to f from the top down. ,h-e- *E&J*** <"•'<* tha,. ,vina l~r seconds, and during **vofo ulSLS (garden *.egctabie p lcf n (ne d nlng twm fa|h€I „„,„„„ |M II h5 no diaaeneahle -.mell l'l -? W 1 ' L n,m fach on *' ln • are graphical 1> shed *.nd be at hand Just when | way ^ ^^JJ the end of the last operat N discovered there la no film In %  M OUugfS, The arrival of thifamily at their new home; the in vasion of the principal's office on the opening day of school nn-^ father and mother .re both superh **loi *0, '•• O-talrtJ that the nourishment i* wanted M, Webb who is A master at lh K '•' lUJnari and hi and not near the otflstn of the I u,u type of comedy, is the loving % %  ••?• ,rom M "n '"*" l '"* pltn rather, devoted husband and kindJo elope with bar wealthj lovpreeious seconds scenaa of the "IV,. Unfortunately, at Sports IVMt" al Ins Indlai SpeMway In thta Bva hundred BUM rss < %  mi si U i %  ting past at break-neck need, Iwai th. i •oraaininji uraa ai .t nu ling over II A fast, exciting film, the sUa" Beyond th* Fores! M plant. To apply therefure .spimklo the G.V.M. b.tween. but awav "jsgaj the plants, being very careful not to let it come in contact with the in the junior division of the conHawaii and test with her "Cherry Winks" is a eligible and the entries came to I7.year' Bernard Derous*euu from Rice directly to an independent "comDuI-hesToTNvmds'o/ Lake, Wisconsin. She has baked oain in the US. whose business since she was 10 years old. bakes is judging contest entries on a bread every three days and cakes technical oasis, that is. screening two or three times a week. Cured them for violations of the rules. of a polio attack four years ago etc. This company narrowed the ..„„ by personal treatment from Sister eligible contestants down to a few Kenny. Mrs. Dcrousseau was achundred, and these were in turn companied lo New York by her given to another company who quantity A-* regards the quontits to l used, it is diflicult to lay do The orange "Kiss Me Cake" u ,'"'*•*. ond i sometr ascribed aa a loaf cake in which be "it*<**ung for each gardener baked ihe ground-up rind of an ' experiment wiih and to try out Aa it cornea out of the J Wlln different plaiita for themis smothered with the w'vw As a basis from which to ly autocrat of the family, whib M.M-na Loy combines gentl.%  Tonic humour with her affect tor for and shrewd understanding o hi large family be %  M-iumes and! aatttoi >f UM hiive lcen faithfully repro ... di.ied to the last detail—contrlbut" something that should Og to the charm and atmosphere As you know, the picture Is in T, i hnieolor anc* 1 recommend it without reservation. It is a warmi' 'id. humourous and tr that her plsjfi will n> posetl. (the is (broad t<> conunil rourdstr and n %  trvya herself and net unl COOKEHY COKNEK Vegetables are one of our most and cut them ln half, take out the iniporiant roods, and should be leeds. Now take out the onion, eaten at every main meal. They cut it In half, then peel off two or need not be dull and tasteless if three of the outer leaves and place i the mest advantageous them all In a fire-proof dish. Arrange it so that the marrow Is This week I'm going to deal with four vegetables. Marrows and onions, two of the most unlnleresting vegetables If just boiled, and tomatoes and eggplants. These vegetables ran of course be cooked in a great variety of ways. But why not tn' MoSoi than) for a change, they can provide an excellent entree, and can also bo served cold with salad and solv. the problem of a Monday lunch. w h breadcrumbs, place in a hot METHODTake a small marrow, oven for 20 a large onion and two eggplants, minutes and boil them in two pints of salted water for ten minutes. Then t ake t he marrow and eggplants s'ufT the round the edge, then the eggplants, followed by the onion, and in the centre place a' tomato which has been 1 cut in half and seeds taken out. THE STUFFING 1 lb. cooked meat. 4 small spring onions, 2 teasnoonsful cooking butter. 2 oz*. breadcrumbs. 2 eggs, salt and pepper. Mix all the ingredients together and Uien vegetables and sprinkle fi&** juice of an orange which seeps ,,arl however try into the still warm cake. It Is spoonful to each half KI-OWTI plant, then decorated with nuts and preSprinkle it un the surface of the served fruit to the baker's delight, < osrth. nnd with a small hand fork > "Cherry Winks". Mrs. Derous-1 just scratch it In very lightly to! seau's national prize winner in the l mix it in Then water the bed junior division, is a cherry, boll-{well, day cookie her grandmethei taught her to bake. FLOWERING Vl.NKS Both these priM-winning recipes > "Thi* While Christina* can be oMsuned from the local Coralilu" Bri'dee?! f "" our %  *** %  % %  H o fU a l SSS £Ied vines the white Christmas Coralita ranks high, and to th..desert[<**** >uhlful Him. representatives, Robert Limited. P.O. Box 108, town, agenta and distributors for I Plllsbury Mills Inc., suppliers of "1JHEHTY BELL" flour to this market, and the largest exporters of flour in the world. SUICIDES A double HONGKONG suicide which our "To Please a Lady If you are interested in motoi racing, action and plenty of Ihrillv. rou should enjoy TO PLEASE A LADY now showing at the Globe Starring Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyck, with Adolphe Ksjtrjou, il is the story of a famous woman columnist Who > .•ppeuiuiu-e ; %  % %  '.. rli . %  Ir.-T-. UlrecUon seems I to the tevhimiue of the sUSnt lib" with fllTSS lips SSd %  certai'i amount of ".. CoHon does what he can with a %  ssrtttul osst i" in tit up in j, Uie SOfaOd | i Socialisls in un< ; %  want private schools to be I Into Bi is forbidden, ond elaSSSS %  and girl, are separate. —LRU So beautifully easy. . so easily beautiful because Rrylfoam's rich lamer cleanses thoroughly and effortICMIV, Infwng vitality inio every lyne sf hslr. I^xilt in your minor un-l > %  %  how a llryli.um shampoo really docs bring new Inisllnm B9 your hair; fed how pluhhand manageable II ii, too. So cssy-tu-us*-. itrslght from the ml*, llryuuam nseds no ptrrsustusa or spc nd nnies. In lubci, die kanJy sod the lag* nenamy sue. there s more foam in BRYLFOAM IHE ORIOINAL SHAMPOO IN A TUiE .'•',' t r 's*' e *'s.:'*'*'.'*' .'.;',','ss,'.*.' CORNWALL. 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PACE FOTT! SINDAY ADVOCATE SITVDAV. JANUARY 21_W1 BARBADOS GOLF TEAM FOR TRINIDAD A Look at The First Cricket Trial Game By o. s. omn A BARBADOS aolf team, sixteen slronf—twelve im-n and four ladles will fly to Trinidad next Sunday to C. Walcott Hits 41 In Trial Game play a series ot golf matches against the St Andrew** Club nf Trinidad. The team ha. been chosen from membe: Hockiey (Joif and Country Out) i ..lling it a Barbados le Interesting Cricket At Kensington Yesterday A brilliant 41 by Skipper Clyde Walcott i-nubUtl hid XI to score 177 runs in their first innings yesterday—the first day in the second Trial cricket match which was I'laaed at Kensington Oval. C. Grecnidge was not out with M SCOREBOARD At the end of play John Godfrom members of the dard's XI had tcoTM 21 rUM Itt ii so 1 make no upoh-gy lie lo to WaJeott When the wonWM 01 Skipper (.oddard brought on Hoad to Atkins and three runs were scored AI.-.TT-V XI %  • HuJIHH Mllliii.ttHF AUInMl I. M1UI1. %  %  %  B. Cave Vm k. Waoui b itr-wiker %  %  X. HllunstMi b Wllllini f '*r—i ..la. -MM •• .. .1 1 •tptf iv. I W00..1 h llo-d I •vi ,.i ...k.i. i r w %  i an ** I '< I fc. I!, I l %  lew l<* BN F tor is*, B ttl las, „ „„ is*. IKIWI.INC ANAI.VWS a. MillliKhiX i mrsVkSM I-. Mull iiK amiikn joitN uouoAnirs ] %  %  a M. %  %  !.... aat : BBSraSM %  OWUNO Unaccountable Nature In Race Horse Breeding Abo Nature Has The Last Word By BOOKIE |T IS woudeilul the wiiy nature keup* d.l. the most carefully laid plans and pet tbeone of man. This is evident in every waits of Ufa. No better example of Uus is afforded than in the game of horse racing and breeding. Various scholars, some men of law, others n.. > of medicine and even a few mathematicians throw u t lime or another been attracted lo the spun of racing and breeding and many are the theories whicn they have expounded In the last century or more. How many the occasions are when the> have been right, they have ncvei failed to M us know, but of course OsH never hears about the cour > y were wrong. It is this second point which has always Intrigued me and not l<>ng ago I mad*' mention of It. using some apt words by Professor Bull for illustration. in, hu THE BABY OF THE TEAM r\AVID INN1SS is the baby of that team and has only turned his W..coifs XI first inninp J. WilXJ llfteenth year and John Rodger Li the oldest member. David "•" n ' College and R Branker started playing five years ago and at the age of ton he showed con,ook two cacn -•idcrablc early promise. Among the spinners E. Hoad His experience is limited to the RockUfV court* but he plays off l ,roved to %  *' ,hr most troublesom.-. ;.n eight handicap llr is ,1.11 at School and is a pupil of Harrison '•> "" rt,n >* Wl,n '"'^ %  %  '"' College. ->* 'uns John Rodger who is the oldest and most experienced player on the team is the current holder of the Open Championship and is winWinning the loss Skipper i.er of several competitions in Canada, hu native land, and in BarWalcott elected to bat on bados. The team will be captained by Colonel Richard Vidmer who is M American and has probably played more courses under a widei variety of conditions than any other member of the team. If ol the Americans on the team and plays off at scratch Carl Mulllns of Police bowled to in this over Milllngton was also a good length mid he took two of brought on again this time bowlwickets for 24. runs In Clyde lng medium to slow. Ilia first over was a maiden to Atkins. In the fourth ball of Hoad's fifth over CVealth Score 112 For One Walcott fell a victim to Hoad whei he wus nicely slumped by Gerald Wood His forty one was attractive. Lucas went in and was oil Irtata. Hoad's figure* at %  R17. W. wicket When the score was Uti Atkins WOTIIEK AMERICAN PLAYER J AMES U NfcALL who is another American is one of the long hitters He t the onlyplayer to score a 2 on the long. par-5 flltii note at Rockley for a double-eagle. He u a nine handicap playci that seemed to be easy but taking went after he gave Wood a catch a llttliturn. Conrad Hunle of at the wicket „,, Bmpin Hsd C Smith, the College third ball In his seventh one opening bat. opened the first InCave joined Lucas who was 8 nd nings for Clyde Walcott'* XI (ri \ mtt 5,11 „f the over which wa f Hunte took the first ball frotTi Mila mi (< | P „ ( Keith Wak-oti at second imgton hieh ieat him and went .v| lp dropped Cave through lo Wood. K *^*^ pulltJd a ball from Ho.,. MADRAS, Jan. 20 Scoring III ft llic loss of Gimbletts Wlcki the CotssSMIi* MrMlth tourinr. 1 am ilni-l.( ,t the second day ..1 2ta run'i< ".!!!,: %  *..;;ii Q| :'< nmonv ...iUi gained the untiative early to-day and the Millington's '" ,en 1,dded 0 l 1 '* 104 to the ovcrr.ght total of J57 A light, g Innings ot 51 Compton, \\ a>lihrot>k Score Centuries Owi t.n.4ll LAUNCESTON CRICKET GROUND, Jan. 1. An innings of 142 by Compton and one of 112 by Washbropk wr IM higniignia of the M.C.C's score of 382 for 7 on this second day of a three day match against Combined Australian Eleven T, 'UAY what makes r form of tne two horse* Atomic iot make up for oihers Hon. Kenneth Hunte who was recently granted Legislative honhall he hit for 11 brace. The Th -x 1 Jf'iS-VSK ;: %  -R "-•"go by bll Cave hit a single to open ours is another Barbadian member of the team. He is^eidomspecimd over~was'howled "by WiUUmi ** %  1" Hoad"a seventh o tacular but is a steady scorer off an eight handicap. He is boat of College lo Smith who had not Lucas began to go after the boi aroundthe greens and deadly with his putter. He is vicc-caplain yet scored. His second ball Smith lng. but Milllngton had Cave subol the Rockley Club. J. O'Dowd Egan is an Irishman but he has been so long that he has come to be regarded as a Barbadian. He is noted foi being u great partner in a four ball match and although he is errati* .a nine.lie can tuin in some of the finest golf on occasions. He was former open champion, and is rated at eight handicaps. Jged through high In the slip, ducd with his accurate bowling. ilh us rlunte went down and hit two ns In the next ball. At this stage Hunte was getting He varied the flight of the ball and had Cave stretching to a ball that was not there. Hoad broke ,ving oau 'noora hr ough Lucas' defence twice an Of selecting one from my ball I dOMO saani Minpiy by looxiiig 01 their peuigrcvs. Of course most people out her.not being experts. which may be a blessing in disguise, will tell you that she is by a Derby winner. This is gun*•. Wturl UMJ do not know n thai this very Derby winner himself is the one which makes April Showers pedigree weak (according to the experts'. For it la well known that April the Fifth, with scant respect for his more blueulooded companions, proceeded on a summer** day in 1932 to annex tne English Darby, much to the amazement, and possibly the chagrin. The Combined Eleven scored 289 r llie mo l learned professors of breeding In England. They immein their llrst Innings. The M.C.C. dialely proclaimed his victory u fluke of breeding, and a few years at present therefore have a flrst later when he was a comparative failure at the stud, they claimed lo innings lead of 93. Scores:— ic good done by < OH |MNID IXSVSN— 1*1 MM are s partnership ra.r.r -i.t iim> Shp>ard e NobM b Cow in inonwt-altl, bolgST,' £? C '"" rorad that there Cnr^ >'dn.ually in n^i.-t %  .< out Eilnx MO byw. l* b-. 1 nling them iron Total dor 1 w*tsj I <>t wlrkai* : I '.. S—5S: J3; S—3T0; 7-8B nowi.iNn ANALYSIS % %  %  n H Wicket Cone The hrst wicket fell at 20 Bowen followed and was otf during his fast and enterprising with a brace. Milllngton contin,„n,ngs. He thrilled the crowd tied to hold Cave in check When with his square and late cuts and had reached 114. Mulfinally was caught at the wicket the 14, LADIES ARE GOING TOO POUR ladies arc also due to accompany the team to meet the ladies of St. Andrews in their own scries oi matches. The selection l the Rockley Ciolf and Country Club was made after pr and those the ladies' Miss Katy Lenagai The four ladlei two Hunte, whose score jtten.pting to glide an lnswinger from Williams in his third over which was a maiden hit the ball into the air and Hoad fielding at silly midon took an easy catch to id Hunte in. C. Atkins of Spar%  H ns was brought on in his secoi"d by Btophanaon U*ytBf to late cut BD anall l/i Pu {• % %  lanfniw Iiinfli U/ur.ll.i TK lnoi ihr^i WlckeU -Renter spell to Cave lust before lunci %  —his seventh of the d maiden. wardla fell for The last three ily 29 runs. and Mrs. Brenda Wilsi all familiar with the St. Andrew's couise. The Weekea Hits 151 Against Greoudu After Lunch The HrM over after lunch WSJ bowled by Norman Marshall to isful in gaining selection were Mrs. EU/al^h'Vidincr | s !!r\£n > rauMssd *" *" D1 *~" Bowen who was three. Abuut lr> aptain. Mis._ Isabel Lenagan the current ladies' cnarnpion. 'smith iOOD followed Hunte as minutes after lunch, Milllngton Mulllns bowled him In his third took a lovely catch at second Blip ball of his first over of the day to dismiss Ilowen In Williams lenagan hav. iaarnt their golfU ,ere-ueiorVcomTngTo ^uf^X^ff'tetS! AE Icor^fou? """^ "^ *"" Barbados wad. Ml*. Vidmer and Mrs. Wilson have pltj* there Tev""g.^imsSiI wenVin and was off d ~ eral times In the past. lhe marl[ wltn a single. Atkins W. Grecnidge followed and he second wicket knock, Wcekcs bcThose of us who lore and appreciate sport for sport', sake will opened his scoring with a brace got off with a single. When Cave u )lt 151. before he was caught b> at once commend the rapid ateps which the Rockley Golf and Country from Williams in his fourth over, was 23, Wood caught him behind Johnson skying nne off GerryClub have made during the past two years to establish golf as a Mulllns bowling with three slips, the wicket of! Hoad Km; Hasten and at lha close Grenada recogiused branch of sport not only in the local Held but in the Inter kully, Roy Marshall at square joined Greenidge and he loo worn colonial Held as wall. Tornadoes Win Advocate Cup BY their 6—3 victory over the Hurricanes in a polo match at the Garrison yesterday, the Tornadoes Dcun Brothers—ended up wln%  %  : of the Advocate Polo Challenge Cup. The Deane brothers showed themselves easily the better team and Vere Deane who scored three ot the six goals was outstanding good judgment. K. Deane rum proved their point. What therefore now intrigues me is ih.it a mart* by April the Fifth should have become the dam of one ul lhe best creolea in the West Indies in training today and certainly among the best that has over been produced in Barbados. To show that all the credit for Atomic II does not belong to his sire O.T.C.. April Showers has also ,„ produced Cross Roads (by Dunuslt) why was one of the best two year-olds seen last year. In the light of this, we can only therefor. regard April Showers as one of the muM valuable broodmares In M Barbados, if not the West Indies today. Yet if we had gone by tho — theorists, she would perhaps be languishing in some Corcntyne Held3 T ?* 4 .of B.C., and begetting foals for half-bred stallions. Perish the thought N BXT WO come to this buatnSM Of mcog Ml ,-pi intci's and stayer*. Here we shall see how breeding will upas", uie rnOM carefullj sa t laid plans. It is a long tune now thai i have bOsn campaigning for sj 2 longer luces lo be introduced into oui racing programmes, but llrst 2 I let me say that in doing so I have always inauc it clear Uiat we want at a a Jew long distance races lor the few stayers that we do have. But by *> the way my suggestions have been received one would Hunk that 1 had advocated more long distance races than sprint events. I am repeatealy reminded that there are no stayers among the imported horses capable of racing properly over more than nine furlongs while among the Creoles this type are practically non-existaut. Thoroughly convinced that they were correct in uus view our tracing authorities therefore set about the few long races we did nave with an axe und removed them altogether. Accordingly when they came to purchase stallions from Kngland they bought either sprinter, or middle distance runners. Thin they lelt was a sure way to make certain that long distance races nevenever again ieared their ugly heads on our programmes and the public could enjoy lives, sixes and miles to their heart*' content N OW the time has not yet come when these line sires recently imported have had an opportunity to hhow their stuff on the race track. But if 1 may make so bold, I would like to sound a note of warning. What stallion was more of a sprinter in England tnan Burning Bow? By Bold Archer out of Ankaret, by Blanford. ha was bred more for middle distances. Bui he proved conclusive!-, fiat he was be*, over six furlongs. Therefore when mated with a jprlnlers, and sire of dams of sprinters, what chance would there be of turning out anything more than a good six furlong horse'.' Certainly, accordscored two goals and the skipper, Collln Deane scored the other. uitE.it<\u A, Jan. to. p Qr Hurricanes V Weekei inat v was oe* over six furlongs. Thurcfoie wn ,haL^ !" T'! Cr '. r fAV',?, "P"-" ore rules of breeding, one would hardly expect quickly after he stalled olT latfor a run and was run out. Brad T-MIE I •a. repr ended < leg and Norman Marshall at line lug had Atkinson m check. Then HkSL' t kltlkl.T TRIAL I.MIS Atklrwm In trying to relieve bim, |U4W w ,.. u |n „ 1IU m ,iy lass-efaf-ad 0M %  211—hitting it Trial game in preparaUon for the ffCl of the Trinidad ff" -JX ^M ot the over ThG two baUi unUI n WM h,l Uli l,! nl ,np Blx Granl scorcd representativ. cricket team next month has been concluded. It I^ed like an "nswinifing yorker uver ^ Branker. He did not sco.e n run out by Roblam, note but I am sure the selectors have been given nZ %  nsr^board read .1H/.V4 „ ^ : """ '"' Di.i>ton II. Mustangs and Creoles. ^,v CT .,..., much food for thought. he •""" %  "W Fucor ^ rkcr 0 | ncd GreesUdge Syrnmonds 7 A loyne 4 Amory 5. ^i Mustangs for the DeLima ul this way^that a lot of other, will, f am not asklna that a lot of I can scarcely be accused of being a pessimist if I write that the Walcott In who was 22 and after making a .(udder 21, Holder 3. Bartar I, challenge Cup. long distance races be framed SSasI g !" &ffggRgPTy f ia, " dtt, f selecUoo Is the C Walcott joined Atkins who JW nice strokea to cover h. was are the other scores. •„„. Warncr Bolton cu p wU1 -^ what I am saying is that if a mating between Burning Bow and ^^iS^^S^toti^SiSSjiSflSS U W H me „" >w • %  < %  Mullir " ret bal1 , f f 1 "";^ b > Wu H ?. . f Hoat '* ,u "'". : %  '" lo Blven tothe team which hasscored Chivalry can produce a home like Cross Bow. it will happen to other* ., tr,,J ?u, 9 V r M^ '. t"" W1 i n J"J*t< S Ue r hnu,l 1 hll second over Walcolt back bowling to end the llrst mn.ngs Ih. acting Governor, Mr Green. Ih(? mosl goa i Si ThU ^p b pre wUh an y o( ,, w ttuUioIU jnii n| m U( huvi Wll it { ,. sklnff Z rl-K^ f L -" oad Jnr Branker and Keith Bowen, both alow drove for a single to open his of Wulcotfs X* at 177. who witnessed the day's play. ltnW d by Mr. Warner Bolton of *^ right am. .-pinners at time, were impressive but I think lhal even they Jorlng At the end of his third A T-ylor and R. Marshall Tinv.Mtors will be entertained Jamaic, j —„„. cross of %  anes. Tornadoes and Cyclones. % %  taiure to be a horse who could baldly warm up until he had In the Cup series which is now ,un slx furlougs. Yet such a horse Is Cross Bow. ,; . .. ended, Cyclones played HurrlBy Bummg Bow out of Chivalry, by Sir Cosmo out of PerspecUv,. minute, Waafcag raaObOd cane8 and Hurricanes won. Tor*>>• Solario. the fact is that Cross Bow for some reason, best explained c .Vi .?'.'%  ? '."" "... I" 1 "P.V'1 ?' 6 ^ nadoes also beat Cyclones. So ihl < \S u ?'JiiM l !" a !3.S 0l >,etin to u n " l, nt form. over" ""MiiUins had taken two opened llie first Innings tor John i eacl Le'rf^ma'Scp !" i i -1 LfT" '" C ? be i m P rov *"'Hets for 13 runs. After WUGoddard's XI and both batsmen 1 can see no reason for dropping Uam had bowled live overs Norplayod uradshaw with conalderMcColll; j with en him out of the second Trial. i dance at the Aquatic Club NO COMPETITORS %  y*!I.LlNGTON as a medium fast left arm bowler, in mv opinloa ATM. has no competitors for his place nor can there be any who will question Norman Marshall's right of inclusion. 1 think however that Norman should toss up more of the rJowcr 'uns to entice batsmen into making a false stroke. His bowlmg is JO steady and accurate that he is Inclined, to push the baUmen back on the defensive at once and they then make up their minds ZZTZTttoZm not u> take a chance and this minimises his chances ,.f luring them into a false atroke. ible ease. Only one did Marshall snick through the slips off i %  and this was so low that it couldn't rcallv be made a catch. Belleville Lawn Tennis Tournament The results • Lawn It .:.r ] i When stumps were drawn, bnih continued yester Mulllns nt\unea U got tho ball to Taylor and Marshall were um: %  _-. u (oltM ise awkwardly to the body and h-ated with 9 and 10 rc-tpertive>y. Men. singles Walcott gave his chance off The match continue* on Thuis-j J1at. Hill beat A. F. Jemn hen Roy Marshall day. •* tfU>-. 6—2. | .MII Double(asBssfsaagO man Marshall was brought oh in his place and sent down a maiden over lo Clyde Walcott whose score was eight, Walcott and Atkins were both checked with their scoring as the bowling of Mulllns and Marshall was steady. The teams yesterday were: Tornadoes^—C. Deane (enpt), V. Deano, K. Deane and L. Deane. Hurricanes —V. Weekes, E. Williams. E Deane and M. Edghill. Six chukkas were played. Th. lhe Belleville CU P' will be presented next Saturirnamcnt which *->" t a presentation match. iy evening were %  Shooting Results lh.it our authorities recognise that fact! I am asking that these horses bo given a fair chance. I am also asking why glory in the W.I. should be reserved for horses like Jetsam, Senwell. Zollas and September Song, and none for those like Ras Taffare, The Brown Bomber, Gammon and Salamanca? RECORD BREAKING STREAK B EST WISHK& i notice continues her record-breaking streak up the classification ladder in Trinidad. Having born lhe llrst two.. car-old bred out here ever to reach E aLMI before theArima meeting, %  he now bcomes the llrst three-year-old ever to cornmence tho year la class C2. Anybody who knew sometlung about racing, and who :night not have been in the W.I. 'or the last year, would imagine on -adlng this bit of news that tins lilly had performed some spectacular Mil I cannot understand why Roy Marshall has not beon bowled moi •luring the Trial. I am sure that a considerable amount of use i going to be made of his bowling before the tournament is over *"" no1 ""Pressed with Barker as a pace bowler Wlule has good direction and some bowling sense he is only fastmcaium and must nt once be considered in the same category u Norman Marshall and Denis Atkinson and so out goes he. Brickie Lucas Is still the best of the fieldsmen and lie should be ; Sisnett beat Mrs. A. Q'N Skinner encouraged by nt laast being made emergency fieldsman Too little • .„„ %  j y?. McKmstry S fl, 6 1 stress is made on fielding nbil'ty In these parts. It Is no secret that In -j 5 uther parts of tho wurId ability as a llrst class fieldsman has swung the Thc mj ,, r hes |..r Monday evend although pendulum more in favour of a player than almoat any other equal "„,„„ w( n ^ M f(i(1( .deration. Members of tho Barbados Rill' .-,—..— Association turned out yesterday eoU auruig the course of thc last six months. But I guarantee that F. D. Bnrnc3 and C. B. to get a practice on the small bore ""V would be shocked to find out that all she had done was to win r range. There were t' competitions nnd then 1h general practko. Mr S G;..diner came first wiU 58 in the Good Luck competition HUNTE IS A CERTAINTY P. K. H UNTE has bee; .,, baUman in the making Iho cSm £2£?£rS, ?C "E* 1"*?, PM *"' mu "'"• and nlc. but lhe aupporl ot hundred, of aimpla country folk to whom i/di ,K. ."TL'" h :h t h0 *"w his Odd Ho ahould con UM .-ucccss of Hunte Ma more than wouhj at lint mret thc eye If V .\,u '"Plain rather than charule the men around at hM own will they fall lo Include him In the First Test. I Ilk ,n y cr "*" t OT %  The Second Trial haa itarted and by the time that this is comhi. ij. >; oun *f nian s IjowUng and would like to sec him gain pleted thc Selectors should be in a position to weed out thc superSLi ,1 T^ .*' c p hl1 nuUntalns his good form but I certainly lluous and get down to the re.1 job of team building .n the remaining snail not condoiio .ny boorishness or indleclpllne on hii pan. time at their dlipouL favour of a play Men's Slulea t J. D. TrlmmuiRham vs. L Roach. consistent and has proven^is ability DII .great D ^ n s niI „ such an extent that one could hardly' Miss E. Wormc vs. Mrs. A. A. possible 100 In the general pmctlci gain selection except he is medically ^Gibbons. were: Ladle.' Doubles Mrs. S. C Lao and Mrs. C. tinner vs. Mis> G. Pilgrim and ifra. A. O'N. Skinner. Mlxrd Double. (Handicap) Mrs M. G. l^gge and C. A. 'atterson vs. Miss D. Perkins land V. N. Roach. wo races in F and two more in E. When they really got down to a and examined the type of oppos l Uon she ran against and the weights %  he carried in these races, I would defy them lo tell me just how tho •lassiflera arrived at such a decision. Nevertheless, I predict that with this new policy in classification, id Capt. C. E. Nfblett scored 50 ,ne d **l* W UI "t be far distant when we will sec creolea promoted to to take tho second place. ,las A Oh *^t two-year-old form. It has taken three years for them In the Pimpernel Mr. P. Chase to work down from placing creoles of four years old to those of three R R. Nicholls. was first and Capt. Neblett second. **• %  old in the imported classes at the beginning of a year. How long will it be before they promote them there whilst they are still two ? O THER PROMOTIONS on the list which attract attention are those of Cross Roads. Thc Jester and Paris. Cross Roads admittedly won three races, two of which were with heavv weights. 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M M>\\ -I 1M AK\ 21. 1H1 M MAV AI>\H \ll PAGt FIVE Two Yachts Promoted To "B" Class This Year Our .Melilintf I 01 i i s|i,,inli HI \ T0IIV\I>0 I MM It SAIL ? RAM.fcK and Wizard, which were formerly in *'C" Class. lave now been promoted to the "B". Stanley Cheeseten, skipper-owner of Ranger, is making preparations for I nd Regatta. He did not race yesterday The usual rew will be sailing with him. Wizard is owned and skip%  Jim Jones. iik Leacock's Caljeae ihe Intermediate this Ned Camngton also i* not entt over IN a tenng hi* Intermediate boat Melwly This will not prevent Ned from taking his Sunday cruisae. The boat is already launched. Father Hnpkln* i* also retina: the HI Ho. Dawn will again be skippered by Arthur Evelyn His crew will be brother. "Dopey" Evelyn and Stanley Carter. Pan For Sale to the Bay Street Boy and 'Inmembers thin ;nr getting a time of their life of if Wh.it with tl tenter's shop that wan recent) v %  •ed at !hc bock of the Boys* i>y should soon have Calyawo singing !l be remembered that the n was ihe first sailing canoe nter li.col yachting It gave .v good performance* m light %  ars bill >ng ant! ed w, Inth WIT"' cni i Speared as though it weuUJ occasion* Jack II* '•" %  fm i-u • w mi ir ck ta sailing u Tornado tbis I K 11 /.rli>r Idris will be filing with him so hope there will be no more %  nining around markers thla Ic RolniiMMi. who %  .long with was particularly keen uboiut Fox'a Tornadoes. Big in the Tornado Chi 42 Breaaawa). Ml h.uton, who is ot preseni Mudymg In Canada, will be inlss•-i verj much Eric and Ins reler Pan kepi ihe "D* Class lively last %  % %  • ion raaattntai rfnttw Btsl uMnaiky last. CM lain (' E. RuiSon, hit father, tells mo that he intends to M'll the ran but it is however entered for to-day's rating Taddy [load has already launch, ed his "II" Class boat Fantasy. His eiew will be either Emil or Kenneth Taylor and another. His son George is sailing the „ His Gnat in the Intermediate. Bruce owned Stoute and David Grant will be will be sailed Jolntlv by him'ailing with George. and Andrew Arthur. Ycl another son—Tony—will debut In the "C many occasions "Robbiehas he **ihng this season. Tony at R BFrancis also owns a Torfuraged local yacht enthusiast* fkipperlng the Tornado. K 40 nado Hla \ 9 R 39 but has not y one of Fox's Tornadoes. !" ^J an, f wi ** carrying ye &,*,„ n m ed way, insisted that they would Mills Cecil with them Johnnie Hoad *ays that the .turn over in tropical waterL To,l L. v ''Ji? ' !" e >" skipper of Tornadoes are beautiful looking would snil perfectly well In *• B Class UaasaeTJnrftae b Pile's Madnasa is also making her I well It was first in the Inter mediate Class. Second was Don, resolution aid Stoutc's Invader which also tontion by Back to White leader wQ again be seen in lediate *ivision Its per will be as usual Donald Donald has changed the of his boat from black to white. Tills is because a Already Too Fait W,:i %  !. n Has.sell is agaui skipe ring his "D" boat Olive ~" orgy Baggott rafy speedy He is not willir comment on whether they wi capsire in tropical waters FIRST REGATTA THREE Tornadoes started in the "C" and Centreboard Claw hen the first Regatta ot the looking forward to a er performance from Invader Evelyn nnd his brother. ailed yesterday evening laont] bwffott, its owner.' will be Unfortunately ihvy all failed :t the helm Lionel is the type completi the high sailing with klm. Winston tells me that he has made no alteration.becuuu 'the Blossom is already too fast." other yachtsmen tried to e w thinking of wuiinng the %  D" nuate that they could not see Ll -J* trophy Uus yaur. ----rs^r-^ „ %  • h| r ul boat in the water last year, it Another D" boat Sin bad has ^" Me that the water is green bul KSLfSSSSfS W ,U| a new 9K* it about those white ."alls Ping In the mr. ot helmsman that changes ..... crew nearly every regatta therefore It is not yet known who will be sailing with him. K 3 Thunder, a Tornado, is owned by John Bladon and he will sail it himself His wife will sail with him Hal Cole is skippering K 37 Temptation. It is owned by his father H. Donen Cole. Hal has not yet picked his crew for the Tornado races. coald's father is also keen on kg and at nearly < v< i Rta he can be seen with Dinars fucussed on the yachts— fciiilly Invader %  fortunately the boat was iged early last year when ng out of Rockley Bay. The before it won the Frontenac hy—being the first to register on that trophy, •ler Ince la again aklppering pntre (murder Cannes in the Class. Ho expects his crew Hamilton Black and Pelcr •B" Class rest thta Burke-B is taking in and so 1: first round due to nds and choppy seas One. K 35 Edrll. which is owned by Ivan Perkins, turned over twice at the beagle. It however sailed back to the beach and was hauled up. When It turned over it only took in about two pints oi water but the crew—Noel Emptage. skipper, antl Ivan Perkins, soon had it floating on both occasions John Toppin': equipped with Mischief has bee a new stay. The amusing incident was when Ivan returned to the Yacht Club Ii beach. His son who was standinc 111" again be skippered bjThu} son nearby asked : ^'paddy. did you Stanton who is looking forward **' to a ouccesftful season. The crew after her chai will be "Kruier" Taylor. Lionel '"O" 1 tft e deck EUwaids and a fisherman called %  Bull." • "Kruzcr" seems indispensable. 'Gounod Cox also named him to Edrll turned turtle plate broke away ts skipper Ham-^^ onc o( lhe crew ^ h|f In|er (mediate boat Skippy Derniot Bynoe is racing Rambow again with the samo crew tainbow scored two victvrias in cr Shamrock. :uela, d i • yenr, interest. EtogatU vith 83.77 per cent, .13 per more than War Cloud and 14 who held second position, ce. which Is owned by Dr. P. Harkness. is likely to ter the "B" Class compotiAt present Dr. Harkness is the Island but he is expectreturn on January 23 K 29 Cyclone, which was first Tornado to be launched, was not long In returning to the bench after the race started. Actually it waf the first Tornado to be beached and it was followed by fcdrtl gave a good performance Johi Hunte's Eaglr was Qurd Dennot Bynoc's Ralnbew am first in the "D" Class Second was Geoflrey Johnson's late andThiui Winston Hassell's Olive aaMBaskV Result* were as follows : "B' Class : 1 Movru Blau; Z Okapi. 3 War Cloud. "C" Class. I Folly. 2 Rogue; :* Gannel Intermediate 1 Dauntless, 2 Invader; 3 Eagle "1>" Class: 1 Rainbow; 2 Imp; i occasional 3 Olive Blossom J concrete ha All WJ. Team JAN m m lS6 For Olympics The Topic URGES E.R.L WARD Of T net \A7o4CaV CBORGETOWN, Jan .U aVWaUll VV t t51\ The KMa a* forming H B.W.I Olympic Federation u> enable a Carlt#ean team to compete in world atl.lelicn. with eyes on the iptc tlan-es ..! ll.Uink. supported by Mr Juatkn Tlip resolution also urged that the details of the Constitution at tinproposed Federation should b I agreed upon by corn-sponden. %  between the Olympic Committee. of 'he three colonies propose < toutidat Ion members. But the implementation ol the '.idel.iM il l>\ .i nil; J %  oilhuul J bwnup H> Irll TtK.rtSay !<• %  --k He a>te ui .11 bkvina* o I WM aM mild --id !" -li Far Bainday In Ih* MH4 I'hurcl. M nnpM lh IMI MM .ball Which irirBii* HiUmut rpoili\c w* iii ..ii m io h-i< t.m J. .M Mn and m a m *e .nl W.IIIta plain mvit >ll*l|M It i.* mm IUI im wi i iii b eat IB in io— utr I IT1 tSaa IW tltl r-,W" To put thin*. Tltti .... lard > i v op f whose aaarta ar* ,ie* i-utui War-hip nnl> by word You'll *M idem OtrhtatM mornina Aad wu a*iici day %  \n.l all thr olh Sundaf %  I... awwralK kar*. aM %  bane* Joa l rtlurah loan -...i and >wt-cl .,. ..i .... critics as to the legitimate representation of Jamaica at the Bar; ranquilla talks Meanwhile, consultations between British Guian. and Trinidad had resulted in thr I Mtttmg-up of a suggested constithe operation of the' • The new B.O.A.C. STRATOCRUISER now on the Atlantic routes flies on petrol and supplied by oil SHELL proposed Federatioi The question was again dirCuaaad In 1IM8 during thoOlympit Games in England, by the various West Indian team m.nugrr> Slnce then, the prop mr tha I> aali* Bacau>r as llkr Ih run K-panaJly whan rta a MUSC.II I .Mr Amu* Oel Your a" Vn pniplr in Barbados Air muth adaUl ot lifht Do Warn Ihrti. and ir*n tl Thru Anally jou will •* THIS SOCCER RULE NEEDS REVISING Sari wl. H -r—' Thr a.inl> Ihr blahup Mill Oil! S „„U> I.U...II1 Tha STJ ould b* "bt-hMri %  na r-aopi* no need hrill< a-H lhe Its I Michael Mnyers, skiphe first two regattas last season. New Bottom D" Class Imp, which Is owned by Geoffrey Johnson, will be sailing this season with a new bottom. The old one was a bit weak. Late last season the "B" boat Okaal was equipped with a new nail. This will prove an asset to this boat this season. Carrol Burke is at the helm while the CTCW will be John Chandler, his wife, Harold McChelery and U. O More lead has been added Puckering. Mrs. John Chandler keel and she is expected to is the owner fcster The former owner was George Stoute again In Rascal. and Hal Cole are with them. Returns This Year Class rllrt, water of the I. did not sail last year but entered this year's compellBraimon but Eyre Klnch, its owner, will sad il this seaorkle" Roberts is not enterlUinbird this season. She Id in the "D" last year. kie'' tells mo that thu Rainis already In the water bul or racing, expects to skipper another t but lays that its name Is illtary secret", -haps "your humble serv-uf his accomplice — the photoler—may be able to arange il out in the Ralnblrd to wllthis season's regattas, providthe it gives the alarm before [n Sailini,' i Perkins per, and Ian Gale, did not get welting. After the reefing gem was damaged Michael decided not to continue. The other Tornado that sailed was K. 34 Comet which WDS skippered by Maurice Leach. Maurice and crew however moored the boat off the Club and went on to watch the racing. Steady SaiHn E Commodore Wilkinson's Meyra Blalr did some steady sailing and was victorious over the Class boats. It defeated Mrs. John Chandler's Okas* by many seels turning out onds. Third in this class was Jack Keith Atkinson Badley's War Cloud which only expected to sail won from Teddy lload's Fantasy by a few seconds. Again Lester Toppin's Felly was first taking time off m the "C" Class. Second position SHOULD Soccer take a leaf 0 : ult! book when it comes to a dclibc mrvonts & certain jioal? A bitter controversy has MBSBTI because ol |ht comment by my colleague, Robert Findlay. who, writin.. of UM Southumpton-Luton match, said:— "GoalKeeper Streten slarled the day by stopping an Eric Day r-eiiiilty. half) was jt:-tilled in tipping the ball over the bur with his fingers —It saved a certain goal, earned the penalty." 1^1 me aay right away that 1 entirely ngree with Findlay a view. A defender Is there to do the best for his club, and as long as his l ettotsl ii" not physically hurt any I member of the opposing side I i don't see that he can be blamed I lor using any artifice to prevent the opposition scoring. That is—as the rules stand But I do think there's a strom: case for some revision in aM rulM I've heard it suggested that D ri „ lv there should be a free klek p ely awarded from where the Incident IU i :_,,. ,„ u nu „ took place, hut then you might! d U,h KnaW * have the riduculou* sight of all > MOW eaa (ootu.il riutv agre 11 members of a learn crowded tu sell Cuj^tie thkvte U> suplong mrtr goal-line while someporters only if they buy ticlu-t: me took an 'nnsn1y blinaerlf or IC serve malt lies' Surety thi from a yard and a half away i.nptaes u 'coiuliHon f sale" w. Ara la*it>a lhr*uh l"a .lark Tha paoplr hv tha thouaanda Thihall. Ilia Unw. iha bii>vd Ara luahlna III for haallns And M* ulr thay all B">1 ma leb. there ii a strung ease for aotne re vsdon in Soccer rales— peestiilv ua Ihe Unas of Kagbv inlon laws, which rnal.le the referee tu award J penalty try Hilt in the meantime dmi'l suggest Hi.i Owen wanTi fully Justified in a. ting as he did. Owen was trying to ave hi ulr ;md ii I had been he I should bave dotM hat he did. MOfC Severe again from the horses. He is tho went to Gerald Nkholls' Regue ..wner of the Tornado K 35 Edrll. Peter Ince s Ganaet was third. It an once owned the Frapetla Maurice Leach is skippering his Tornado, K 34 Comet. It is expeeled that Charles Durant will sail with him. Some of the oUier boats thai sailed lasl year—not mentioned in this artlrle—will again be In mpetilion this season Dauntless owned and skippered Wales Beat England SWANSEA, Jnn, 20. Wales defeated England by 23 Dints to five in the Rugby Uni MMabeaave and Buccaneer are international match here to-day both making their debut In the —Realer. The Ruhy Union is far more definite — and far more severe Put ol Rule 26 of the laws of the Fame reads:— %  The referee shall award a ley if. in his iiplnlon, one would un. doubtedly have been obtained but | for Ihe unfair play or unlawful interference of the defending team. Such try shall be awarded between the posts." The additional sting Is in the I tail of tins rule because '•the i unfair play or unlawful Inter' lereniiI" may have taken place, near the touch line, but by award' ing a try (three points) between | the posts it makes It odds on that j a goal (five points) will be scored. Perhap'. Bo that lhe whole onus of deciding what would be a certain" goal should not burden j one man alone It might be aa weil, In Soccer if the refeu.had to consult the linesman who should be In line with the goal. And isn't il also ft the fans leave bat Ota uii ii.li %  ui ti,. Whi' I.MI FTlda> Io. i atreneih Io than impart %  reastfl Save our SH> ,r la.lltl.laii* UM aa ui.ir %  rabfa ol hlhsheaa Tu undarlaha bul* --li.wi-. T*ll Ihatn tl.*l lallh aurpaaaa* All ot lharr londaal dreamI A uir. aaafei BrWeii*'. Orp-waUr harbour lash | a.,. S "powar-p—Ma* A"* rovatoua and Mars Do liaal tham. brolhar haal th* lw-4.1 fin and frel and hand in it> II>...I to autka Barbadoa iponsored b* JAR BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD nnd the blenders of j&R RUM When PAIN strikes.. remember Phensic r you take Phemh:, the touncr better, for PhciwicA Hie sooner you'll feel better, for Phcntic's nuik. safe action will hnng relief, lift awa> pain-caused fatigue, und remove Weal IM %  in a mailer ol mmuin. I'hcmit neither lunns the bean, nor upsets the Moinaih. Be prepared for p un keep a supply of Phensic handy Phensic fur ,/i/n /.. adfl idiet • FRO" MEA?1CHEft, RHEUMtYIC VS, IUMIC0. 1 NEKVE PINS K* .-MUI*. INFI MRU, COl&S I SVUI i %  awaawsaaasswakja. Sswaaaasassl DO YOU KNOW? //vie**? S5*> ANDREWS LIVER SALT RHEUMATIC PAINS Hera 1% REAL ro/Jef . For real relief from c&enmatk it b easwitiaJ to correct When they are one t<> the accumulation of bodily ii ipuntiea it means that year kidneys whkh aheald iNsr uaray these harrnful tm puntias i. -• attiggiab and need a nieasosas la lone them up. Da Witt'. Khsnee and lll*> Pills are s.^cially prepared for Uua parl>ose. Tbaa soothe aud tona ap %  i v.(dr-rrd kidneys to rtfactiralf 'hat these m*I organa apaedUj > turn to thnr normal function of thr sy&irm of impurittf*. %  PiUa ka-e saaa %  beuanatk aa f s r a n i parts of tba world nth grau asceasa. Tais saw incdVint assy b Jest what yea aeed. Co to year themiat and obtmn a supplaofDeWitt'a Pius right now. ufactured uaonr strKtly hfgianmc Fiona and the uagredVnt to rigid staadarda of i DE WITT'S PILLS eXE glHKI.V one of (he i I i oliiuilul ipeelarlein Hi. whole t'ar ran .Triiinlatl'Carnival, nml il I* veil bigg, r ami brltrr Ihii year To go then by Itni Mi Wi-t Imlian ^irMtaJi iii'iiveiiieiif MM mi NJtasVtito. (' %  rnival for 1041 in Trim rkd <>ii iVIlssjlj 8th L •*i sonielliing *OH HOtbld really try to M-C. consult yOaV srmlsn West fnilinn •ii'watva agefst for IMHIICMIK* let i \H\IV\I. TEH BWSA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LOWER BROAD STREET. BRiuGLTOWN



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PAnr six BH An\OCATT. SUNDAY, JANUARY 21. 1951 B^R\0OSfiiAmt)GCrE t.._„ 1 **— f-—_^-1 PiUM kf Ut. AiNMll C. US. %  %  _ Sunday, January 21, 1951 STAGNATION BARBADOS is a tiny inland, a really tin/ island, among thousands of other islands, some Uny. some large in the Atlantic Ocean. Its population is infinitesimal compaied to Jamaica which only has 1.237.063. Yet Barbados with an estimated population of 202,669 cannut OB "the pniundh of its small size and because of the relative small number of people who live here, afford to be churlish to those who offer them benefits nor to spurn chances for economic development. The British taxpayer by means of the Colonial Development and Welfare Fund, the Barbados taxpayer by means of the Barbados Government and the Canadian Government by the generous provision of skilled engineers have together expended brains and one and a half million dollars to produce at Seawell a runway as good as many and better than most. The speed with which the Barbados Government took the decision to go ahead with the runway at Seawell is most commendable as Mr Maurice McGregor Operations Manager of the Overseas Services of Trans-Canada Airlines stressed in an interview with this paper last week But, sad to relate, the Government of Barbados have not shown anything like speed in their handling of the bill to aid the hotel industry. Quite the reverse. Lest than six months after Trans-Canada Airlines had inaugurated their service to Barbados from Montreal in the late autumn of 1950. representatives of that airline told the public of Barbados in a published statement in the Press that Trans-Canada had to refuse hundreds of passengers wfco wanted to spend the winter of 1949-1950 in Barbados. At the same period Mr. F. Maurice McGregor told the Public by means of the Advocate that Canadian investors were willing, nay eager, to build a new 100-room hotel in Barbados, provided that the Government of Barbados would introduce legislation which would guarantee them an initial period of freedom from taxes and the right to remove a ian share of their profits from the island. Canadian investors have a right to expect taxation concessions because almost every other Island in the Caribbean Is employing "tax free holidays" to induce investors to build hotels in their island and thereby add to its value as a tourist resort. But the Government of Barbados having availed themselves of the generosity of the British taxpayer, the offerings of the Barbadian taxpayer and the skill and resources of Mr. Wilson (that most excellent Canadian engineer provided by a weH-wbhing Canadian Government) has not considered that the only logical sequence to the bringing of greater numbers of passengers to Barbados is the provision of accommodation for them when they are here. Seawell airport has been modernised, in so far as the runway and certain other facilities are concerned, at comparatively little expenditure by the Government of Barbados. Now the opportunity is still being offered of acquiring a new 100-room hotel at no cost whatever to the local taxpayer. There is only one question to be decided by the Barbados Government. Will it or will it not give the go ahead signal for new hotels to be built here before the island loses many more thousands of Canadian dollars, at a time too when Canadian markets are being re-opened for normal trade? How can Barbados contrive to maintain its reasonably high standard of living unices it uses every possibility of development that offers? Tourism is God's gift to Barbados. It costs us nothing except our consent to draw on its capital. And if the present Government of Barbados continues to refuse its consent, the remedy is in our own hands. Let us turn them out of office at the next elections. We can do it with our votes, if we all vote. registration of all persons entitled to vote at an election of a member of the General !>. For this purpose the parishes and City of Bridgetown will bv r, district! and lists of voters (which will subsequently become the register of voters) will be prepared ior each registration district." By dividing each electoral area into registration districts, the voters should be enabled to cast their votes without as Hreat inconvenience as formerly. This newspaper has long advocated the setting up of a number of polling booths in each parish and at last a much needed reform will be carried out. It is proposed that each registration district should contain approximately 450 persons, and if each registration district is provided with a polling booth, voters should be able to cast their votes with a minimum of delay. The Bill provides severe penalties for any registering officer who omits the name of any person entitled to vote. Clause provides: "Every assistant registering <>fncer who, without reasonable excuse, omits any name from the preliminary list of jnlcrs in the preliminary list any per-on not entitled if, be registered or fails \ gistered as a voter of that district." The procedure will be for assistant reg. Bering officers, who will be appointed by .lie Governor, to visit each house in the district and to leave a form of claim for each person residing therein and qualified to vote. Subsequently the assistant register ing officers will collect such forms or they nuty b^ sent to him. When the lists ^are published In the Official Gaxctte and posted up at various points in the district, any person not on the lists may make a claim or may object to the names of any person or persons whose names may appear on the lists, but a penalty is provided for any l>erson who knowing his objection to be ...: %  < %  makes an objection. The Bill should serve the purpose for which it was intended but it can only do bO if the co-operation of the public is forthcoming. There are bound to be mistakes whenever a new system is introduced but these mistakes can be reduced to a minimum if the members of the public help the registering officers and their assistants in their novel and difficult tasks. REGISTRATION WHEN adult suffrage was introduced last year, it at once became apparent that the means at present employed for the registration of voters would no longer be adequate to cope with the new influx of persons recently enfranchised. It thus became necessary to evolve some system by which voters could be registered in an efficient and expeditious manner. The government of Barbados was fortunate in having the recent lessons to be learnt from the Trinidad elections before them and it was their task to attempt to avoid the short-cominRS which became apparent in the course of the elections in Trinidad. On Tuesday last the House of Assembly dealt with a Bill of which notice had been given on December 12th and which had been read a first time on that date. The Objects and Reasons of the Bill state; •'This Bill seeks to make provision for the LIKE MANV PRESIMT-OAY BObSt^. SVLICEVVIKl UftKNtD HIS TRADE WHtN THE tlOLl AR WAS A HANK-KOIL, ItrJD PRE N Tic L HOTS SELDOM srt it r w IK i, onitoi WHJ fOUK ClNfS llJUrtllTiii BlfwtEN OL TllKI I OH 70H/ i —^-^so-^rrr %  I CIKJ (W aisiuii'. %  A, wi . NOW IN 1"Hri ATOMIC AGE Of ENLIGHTENMENT AWO PSO-GRfSS.AS REGARDS THE OLD POLICY. SPLICE WIRE IS CONSERVATIVE, AND HON.* D. V. SCOTT & CO, LTD. TO-DAVS SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Usually Now Tins ALLSONS ROLLED OATS % * . B-tll.-. RAUVA JELLY „*,, Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER * 20 WMMM Sitting On The Fence "Children are conservative waTHANlFl GUBBINS '"" ,Al1 And what it the point of They llki :, bit .,i Berimes, "r NrVlrlrMNitL uv. .. lt in)rw ,y when It is tailed for."—Mies „ %  . ,,_ ,„ Call bock there are warm, ioni. Ethel Sturdu-iclc. former heed muw t" we *U1 .tclrlc are in (ortabltf qul(r i cr tor middle-aged ilatrri. of St Pool i GITJUvingioom lithe >..me_""• %  „, up ,e on Surre)-Hunts border i... momberin. a ....-olFuel whai.iv.oiii? she hati T'hAI.Ils.K, kind leather, oh. Minister to put kittle on Of"* PJ.W. shouts upstairs please donl be kind. f "^.EJ/k.,',,' nIF nlneT" kn "" '"' '"" s aw,ul vUh V ~*£5?SS~ " *-SMS -jf^ii ?-B5Ai-Mi-i .,. saBRrSi ESS a— j vttsa em^haAiS Teacher, kind teacher, sons begin. Try to believe in orijinal no; i %  itui • %  tin HI: ,_ ,., i. ._*. Veil back she can switch on P.L.W. asks why ^kculdataa be wh(|t liM „ kWt wh#n ^ Uk ^, pu t responsible for dro,>pinB lUel^n kcltlc on Mon OT afler lurn ini Tr> ; o e sir in " w ha ^r^j." ^v ." i :•* !& ps--. w _?--. hm uirnriiiitn-.il, niii, ifi.ii.iii, iiijuiic-n parade. |M with. £ "J& ^^Twa^ 0 h *ii ttorkm " 1 ta SS for a A*K her to rememt, r workmen'! cm l BbOdnn SeottmentaJ Switch on both bars of Are, PLW n:medlaie!> :urns off fire lurn clock s fnrr tn wall, read old .nd loisoos B-id-nini rlMg cup Of dipping-TinBW House of C tea. mons Ts equipped with perfect ir.i riaai Sweet little Oeraldine, smiling at you It thinking of something outrage„,, •_ J_. %  % % %  muiia la cuuiuutu nmi tnim i llesSel Jennifer ShirieT ard Sv. itch on Bre in workroom, put heating, n.hllnj ." and beeln Maragret. Jennifer. Shirley, and cUM m ank flnd a „ „ wl ,{ [r „* cn mRm mornings work nading encket news Have Just givon up hope of England winning third Test when Nice unl. Timothy, well b-v~ ^Sfr^^?S?S fur underjacket and mltteru. ibsorbcd in cricket gossip, Jean Are depraved, anti-social malicious and mean. wher John Are planning a hold-up R^awrs p.. ^" ,r "' r Scottish toon e!s,\Vlon,^ !" ;!nou. ,h h^t*or "ere nae sye murh cons.lrned ._ ..'hatever happen* to wnrkmen under cranes. Did I say put kettle i.n before or aftn lighUng gas? And what's the point, anyway? Shout back ior heaven's sake ir loaf H you light gas beabool The thievln o" the stone Scoon The few that blether o' the past The few that greet, they greet alone TaatheTi kind teacher, so inch ,„ gj|?b-i a detestab,. gSKSE^KS '" '*gSl£tVjB* TnacSer Jnd teacher, ol.... ""' "Ufltry. Thctore light ... smack my behind. a/Mr putting on kettle. s NOTE fo fdc Enplisli: To oreet lo weep. To blether is fo make fuss tor so / believe). %  VOTE to the .Scots: 1/ lo oreel Kurl l>iarv „, ,, ._* „ does not mean to icrcp, and if NoUce own llnrial been on 2b alone is Dronoiiiicrd alftnn orkroo.., is heated a, eleenu „„,„ Switch otl „„d turn from !" Z ,J^" !" 5, TOOT ill. trie nre I ,ead_wlth apprehen%  • nal column. • „„.„ ,,„.;., „,„,„•• ,„f B hr a pp.-or can saving hello to a funatii %  ton Minister of Fuel'; bum fires two minute .. every 20 to save 800,000 tons of coal between now and April. How am I to read papers, concentrate, if I am to remember to switch off every' 18 minutes? •dvice to Read: — less in "Good neu )< couple lerkiiiti H able quarters, border; eoMral (jnj. each." P.L.W. calls up ... Al f 0 .•"'•" U'e partner, gas out before she takes kettle off stone')" of Plucky uttle Woman, that she or take kettle off before she turns ..'iiddlf-agrd For any confusion / apotooise. fin, comfort.VOTE to the clerovAt, dessnrreu-Hanfi aiU their advice to others, some .teaiinfj, 4Vfc members of the clergy seem to xporBhip graven imaaet. t opolo>es she ( turn oise for nientionini; the ttoon (or (or at all). —L.E.S. YEAH BOOK MANY people believe wror, ft .y that you can never get statistical information about the Caribbean as an area in the form of ;i reference b<>ok. In fact the "Year Book 0( the West Indies and Countries of the Caribbean" is way ahead of people who complain about paucity of information. For many years it has given detailed information about the West Indies. Last year it widened the seope and the Latin American republics on the mainland of Central and South America bordering on the Caribbean Sea have been included. There arc Colombia. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and the Panama Canal Zone and Venezuela. In addition to detailed information about all the islands and mainland territories uf the Caribbean the Year Book contains an excellent coloured map showing the distances between places and important air. sea and rail routes. Chapters on trade with Britain, Canada and the United States give information that is topical and essential to an understanding of trade tendencies and trade movements in the area. An excellent chapter on communications ^ives a complete list of steamships and airlines serving Ihe large area and details of tt'le-communicjition facilities. Useful articles on sugar industry commissions, sugar quota discussions, aspects of agriculture, electric light and power supplies and the University College of the West Indies illustrate the diversity ofl subjects covered by the 22nd Year Book published by Thomas Skinner and Co.. of London and Canada. There is no other reference boo-* of this kind in the Caribbean and it is becoming with every year of publication an indispensable item for more and monpeople engaged in commercial anil pi I activities in the Caribbean. Don't Keep If Dark keep silom no longer. Everybody in Barbados knows that hundreds of Canadian visitors could not come U> Barbados last year because there was n-.t enough hotel accommodation. Ttn' • -M dos about three ytor. interviewed students the same hotel. Barb;.into prison during the ago and he offence was that he was born •f all hues in Nfadeira and dlri not have „ British passport; although he had Not long a*. I ate an enjoyable .TLhTT'"^ *VT R rl lM ', Gu j dns luncheon at the Ocean View in ,0 n8hl for thc Unlted Kingdom company with the Vlw-Princ.p-1 Because some fool in the RAJ t that because the Advocate "f" nl ve "'£, of ., lh f W ft" Ml* like a fool it does not mean them so nearly one v.-ar ago, R £jL nd A ? £***[' ^Z"^, „ ,hal lh R A F "hole is run Everybody In Barbados Know, Bowen 4 A I l Sam Loais Castle my oy foois Nor d b3aSd that more Canadian visitors th JO *" e ,,nd fc ?* n I a 7>o enjoyable .negation about racial dlsSmlrr Ian year will not again l>e romi.ig *""**{ having lunch with George ... ^ Piln Ulan am > % %  n __ %  -_ ^Ji •. 1 !" ''^"''^^,''",,!"^^'*,' Un GtORGC HUNTE IgW discrimination still p truth. The one believer ihnt h. ? ffltr Ivor Cummin> is darker ", ve al home and only go to keeping q^ueTand saying nothing Uian l ""• bul Mr Kcl "> > the *&*# infrequently bul I submit >ou can aehieve an objective m !125. c ? loui the interests of all Tlie other £, necked ln "' • notel run by a £-' wo years in Barbados there believes that bv telling the oeoile J ,r ek and "o !" 6 one told Ivor that does not seem to be any hotel of and hv ijiltinw ne cou d not ,a v He went and of anv standing which prnrtices %  vou.an " ur e Mr Keith l!ke th good racial discrimination. The RAT Christian he is. went with him. authorities in London threw | whole truth them into your conodem gain the desired end. I believe in telling the peou| k X the whole truth That is why I £* J It II 1 "*'" • %  !• llllll. —.. %  a w 111 aLaflli .(It'll Ifir The same Mr. Keith stayed it British Guianese friend of Schuyler an Amer.can negrTed.: gSj5 i^K, 09 mea tha ,h N-gro weakly. ^^^I'n S^SaTS form. to Barbados this year. They ki because they nad it In t:ie „ Advocate on Thursday last WO. k. ,hc p 'l" 'h ewler. But what evorybody does not At Sam Lord s I raj ^ member know is that there U no need for 9J luncheon party in honour of I submit that the evidence Canadian visitors to be tun.ed u" !" Pb Burke and Theodore which I have detailed above (and away. Everybody does not know Seal*^ both of the... negroes and every word of It can be substanthat a BUI has alreay been drawn both from Jamaica At the Hasttlaled > to assist by taxaUon concessions l nw Hot 1 B B y ^V J or 8 '* ck > !" quite the coo'teary aod^proves "" beyond any possible shadow of w|tneasea> suggest* nvestors in new hotels in Bar^ Kuert of Theodore Scaly %  ados. Nor does everybody know Rudolph Burke. doubt ^mi the l !" hotels In %  Twice have I njov.d lunch with ""bados do not practise racial "Inured colleagues and friends. ^J*orimina^tion to-day. whatever ten that that Bill has not been broutflit forward yet in the House of AuZ racial „i,rrlmln..ion S .'„ u) Te' r T, ,1 !f,e NMMoS T '' "l" " ? "" """^ sates &*£& 3B" s^^SviHH m5£G35B3& ££'^=:s Sr?^rS information asked for ...ul it was i> England. Lnd ,h7--Sl JI? ^K? U^ rajMUtd to me that no good .. and ,n, r b ^ " *• "vlng could come of ventilating this particular grievance in the Press. It may be that my experiences standards of everybody proporare singular but how can they be? tionately by so doing Is to obAt the Crane Hotel two nights stuct the people's Interest' Tr I v. .;1 i onb rr lr Welfare Officer at the Colo, only Sunday night when I was Barbadian hotels, wnild be to aid Dial Office in London wtsBt H invited to a Danish supper. There and abet thoe who are nrMni 1 ogos in Nigeria about four yeirs were several coloured people against the people"" interests Tha' ago with another frtrn i of mine there %  hv I have told you the truth Mr J I. Keith. Head ef the WeiThere may be Instances of about Barbadian liotels CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Easy to Use,—Will not hurt hands No rinsing required. 1 I'isu IBnlilr SO Cento at WILKINSON HATNES Co., Ltd. Sueceaaon To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phonal — 4472, 4487, SCOTLAND'S BEST MS SCOTTISH CREAM BLENDED SCOTCH WHMSKY >. A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs Ask for SCOTTISH CREAM WHISKY al Your Grocer LAMMES .. When the Evenings are Chilly you will need a Coat Stop in To-day at DACOSTA'S Where you will Und all Wool Materials in Ihe following colour*:— BLUE, TAN, MUSTARD AND 1.1(1 \ ALSO IMITATION CAMEL'S HAIR Suitable lor TRAVELLING COATS. DACOSTA&CO..LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. GODDARD'S m mm RUM



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SUNDAY, JAMXARV tl, 1M I Our Reader* Sm: SITNDAY ADVOCATE t .0. SEVEN lilt AKI 11 S II li U larks In isnrmbiy T., T%$ Editor. The Advocate. later and to Mr DOUBI., 'oiour-blindneas lo thrt ne force me so to do silt. Wr.n n f't.i.. io the letter by Mr Aubrey DoutU*-Smith rd "Attack* in the Assembh in your issue of Tu e sday the Ibth msl it i* quite obvious that Ih.:. extra-mural gentleman in out Bridgetown. to defend his countryman, rlfhl or not and lo advertise himself What a great man thii Is, one nol as other men are and one nol cvn ai other Englishmen are. Poor Bob would say "peace brother, it's wonderful." Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith'.* confusion is due lo a heavy mixlure of fallacy and vanity. Let us deal with Ihe latter llrsi lie || at pains lo advertise himself as a racttr devoid of any prejudice whatever and interested With thanks for space. I am. YOU* siiKcrely. A E S LEWIS Wednesday. 17th January. 11151 ••7*V Nrnm" To The Editor. The Advocate SIR,—I am now on my Un day as a patient m the General Hospital I have seen many ma' lors of interest, some -l which deserve piaise. and some that would take improving. What I have seen and experienced, it would be an injustice for me l> in justice, decency and acto KC *P silent. I am not curacy." About a year ago be position lo state here the existing E ut his judgment to the test and condition.", of the entire hospital I: "justice" and accuracy" Bui the conditions I've met, conproved to be so woefully lacking iradlcu most of the outside gosli.ai. in the circumstances he r— mered down." What a pity he left 1' al Just that. One would have thought thai with the Invaluable experience gained over a further 365 days and nights in the tropics his sense of "decency" would have made him more cautious and w caused him lo suspend Judgment From .....1 Ori'SS '" %  -,.. .1 I.*, iiflnnin* 1 Kilt tie must b. _. to be 200'* wrong. Mr. Douglas Smith's supreme act of vanity was %  *•_Nunw th. r.. !" s.£!?^mS!£K as fsfcs r FEZ* continual reference lo It. I re?." P i.J, L i ',•""'V"? "" ov garden it m impudence and proS„, r !" ponMb "' : v <*, *' P"'"" aumption (or which Dr William. Thai responsibility is shouldered I cannot write on all the subV ""' Bul I' 11 "<'•" "" The Nurae.' the person with wnom we arc in constant contact. Not that she is the moat impor lant person, but because her case clearly stares u. in the r.„, hat THE "RUINS" 100 Jews Live In Barbados mi Ruli %  arid* tree, ol THERE ; „, about IN ^bout .*„ itundri-d yard* long ?* * Jawiah Coanmuruti tn Bai which runs from Milk Mark*. 7*** •" contra* i u ih,. n^ Stress] u.st Man's Church I %  %  l, '" l -'> Whri wHa wtri Heaa whaea angal biwineitsre are '; 11 nd Western European origin earned on along ihe oulewalks, a "" present community hall) fron plav whar* donkeys' brays ejv "ST !" Eu'wP* • %  I way* heard and The ajonty of then unemployed men gather together u rb d oa ( duringthe last .1111!" the shady ^ide of the buildings Going down the "Ruin."." which hai ao uggestions otf ruins about II and which is also known as hapel Street, there is a drv goods store on the left, the front of Whit* is m Milk Market, and on tiw right a grocery on a bottom •*oor with a club on the second people you will low why the place "Rui: THE PICTURE shows the nasr brake-tasting machine rinstalled at the Department of Highways sad Transport. A truck be longing to the H 4 T. Department has Its brakes tested for the Advocate's cameraman's benefit ss for another inquiry; but !" J££l vo experienced 1 I be afraid of being proved SSll^S l TO ld flnd ""<* " lir; wrong. Mr. Douglas* X P !" my unending gratitude •• milled lo substantial damagci the doctor. know—UnCourt of Law Dr. Williams Buy who orders you there, your was. is. and proved himself to be, medicine and any major changes quire capable of defending himin > %  treatment etc.—he Inielf and. in the circumstances. Mr. r uc, \ lh p nurae. who in lurn. carAubrey Douglas-Smith merely "*• out his Instructions, seized the opportunity to pinnacle ,_ himself where his real Intention fcjgj"WSJ! the ,*S!*S wear left him precariouslv perched. To gaU .*g- J"!l w blue and defend two Englishmen and by n ,, k ni ', rm ~ %  " e v J b contrast lo attack one Englishman g... !" ? *grgML and enduranc. not him, to But wh > • %  his? Well: you see Boy "Healed By Faith: Throws Away Sling HAROLD SKEETE ol Roebuck Stra-t walked around for years with an injured right hand in a sling. From Friday night he has got rid of the sling and keeps his hand in his pocket. He told the Advocate yesterday that it has been healed by faith. S oves Just plain nughtful West lndl Mr. Douglas-Smith. nothing to ins, my dear fhen ; you see; are sick, you need the It took place in Queen's ilirk. the advu he said, where the New Testament votcrday Church of God Convention ha* been going on for some days. Principal actors in the admmis arv moetly merchant.Somi them contribute significantly :e the development or the countrv bl pioneering new industries tike t.ic Reliance Shirt Faetorv. the W.' Indian Knitting Mills lad ,.n I o:her smaller workshops There Is a Committee nunpnv ;. Mr Oscar Pillersdorf M C Mr J. C Krelndler. Mr. J Bern, stein, Mr. H. Altman, Mr. Hen.*, and Mr. Laiaroviu who are ir, .. AX* ;; U 'SS" ~* " —"""The Community holds ri'lunniNVrsBH at ihe residen.e ..( ihe late Mr. M Altman in Hart's (.ai Ml pubUa holidays and in'H Fn del evening and also follow aits' interest, the development <>( .h. born Suite of Israel, as many ol em have reliitiveb there Mr I'IUI'IMIOI I told Ui AdvtM -.. yesterday Uiat Ihey are „ %  -:..<:. the Jewish Cemetery In Synagonu I ..me. It is undoubtedly, one of UH iiideat historical monumentt m ;m colon* with tombstones datum buck to the end of the sixleenll eentury and the e.irls >e.u.of Uii seventeenth eenlury. basting tesu mony to Uie origin of s-tme pruininent families in Hi.il..,i., Twenty years ago when DM last ill the old Jewish xeitlcrs left ihi %  olony. the Syi.Hgoguf bulldim was sold to the present owner. with the understanding Unit 1 would be u*ed Un the purpose H -a library A covenant was kdckM irn, ieas, bananas, corn, egg'-, to Uie agreement slating that tin |x lat.-?s and such. Silting on their cemetery should be maintained low benches with their aprons m d preserved and that Hi ^ts&TS^JLss^i syr h u,klnB w ui wor ,?", brokc ", uml r.h lo mentione.1. HTVlca startetl abOU. ,Jn,?,e right aftei desecration of tl •% %  rlock. a regular feature for busineiw and thi .Vone ot the eet seem to ki i called the On will see al the top "uside of the Model Store will tell vou it is also called Hum street. These men discuss the : nee of rum and let oft remarks ihey take to be humorous The wtt of ih. party is a UII chap Ihgjf call Eddie On either side ol the street at ihlim'ha thtt point, possibly the biggest tub business about the City Is tarried on. The tub makers seem „ lo do most of the work at home and ihen bring thern to that spot for sandpapering and that thev might be on show for sale There is such a mottlcy collection of things for sale on the left side walk that you would wonder whether the people were In the auctioneering line Ilesides th. tubs, there are a heap of boxe* tables, chairs, trays, old hoard und many other old thing* All ..L.II: this street, too. vo-i will see many hawkers who have ome from the country with ihei FRESH SUPPLY Or Z PURINA HEN CHOW %  %  (SCRATCH GRAIN) B ?H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Maasasn %  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .-,-.-.-.-.%  -,-.%  •.•.---.• %  -.-.•. %  .-.• %  ','.-.---.%  %  -.-. %  .vs/'/'/wsi n ni ii '. > MUM. VS YtH'H PRESCRIPTIONS 5 WB IHSI'iC.XSK IIWHUI I .....I UIIH.XrKi.Y ,;'s r 'sx*** t 's r 's,'s.*,' r :*s.*.*ss'**ss. The Cosmopolitan Pharmacy gUapdad faith Uie past few days. Later DeU Jurdan of BragKHill. St Joggf was seen wiUi his eight-yeiir-nl daughter Lona. comiiii: imt of the church. He showed our represein dive tha child's left hand whlc-i he moved about at his request. Jordan said that she had be*-'" unable to do this for over six struck by Una lorry in HojJi***£: ^ BS '•ho" •'•Ihleei; „-.i „• months old when she had a paralytic stroke. One of Ihe Uml.aiTected waa the left hand whicn ihroiighnut the year* hung limply -il her side. Jordan said that M had the pleusant surprise of seeing her raise it and move it about being 'One mu.st believe and hav Uial God will heal him." Skeete was the victim of lorry accident seven years ago irsal Turning, and was detained'l the General Hospital with his In.veefc and two ehiropraetdrs but VMU, "!V morn,n ,,Pr / failed to do anything for him. The general opinion was thai icrve engraft men t was tl nly "'* treatment lhat would be ellecuve. He would have lo o lo the tlnite,, States for this treatment. Skeete said that he has relatives D the Stales and has been trying for some time now lo gel there. So far his efforts have been Ihe grocer> club, ther^ /lopes Alley at Ihe head of which Women til soiling water coconuts opposite that alley on ih. Mb* Vldfi of the •Ruins", the cane Ulea man's cart is parked Trade li not at Its best with him at IT< eni hut ihe crop is near ,ind things will soon brighten. These women who sell along 'his street stay there the whole CUU and they rat while on the job, If you had passed there abou' .1.30 yesterday morning you would have seen g tat woman luatling with a big bowl of ri.e iiefore her as she made a hurrie.l 1'n-ineas of her meal. riH" attention as a child.' Soft words kind deeds, and Words of encouru j;i1 of this healing are H Now for fallacy. It Is the sheeragement along with many other James 1( Keesor of Missouri, and cat nonsense to say thai because ntile thingsi that really count. Bishop Henry C. Sloppe. Super oOlcials and Civil Servants are deintendent of the New Testament barred from certain channels of when you consider the fact, that Church of God In the West Indies. self-defence, that they are poor, demand so great has to be met. They claim to do this healing Innocent and defenceless creatures £ ou l ould **y your family would through th*power of God. Skeete who have to suffer injustice in oe uie peop e to be rmrse lo you. said, but there is one stipulation silence. The handicap from which *ul no, you re not at home, your they are said to suffer may (I do condition is too serious lo permit nol admit it) hamper ihe defence you to slay at home. Your family of the innocent, bul it is a cloak can t come with you Seel Wha 1 behind which Ihe guilty can com job has the nurse? mil acts of the greatest evil, and _. "suffer" in silence when attacked. J" c nur * '* on the Job 24 hours ^t^ !" !" z'zs:£ fS£R£E&. sZ2;-£ t -, „.„„ s ,*. and ihi-v know II Tor cenlurlti Mrvlnj the meals and ulreahW examination revealed thai no the Uailiados Lellslative Asiemm|,n V' tnroughout the day: adminl "> 1 "' was broken bul the hand had his had been the Civil Servants' 'sutrlng the treatment: serving the leniaiued lifeless ;.t bis .side. He Trade Union, and even to-day medicine, making up the bed; tidyw'as treated afterwards by '" they get belter service from it %  the room; sterilising the utendoctors thai, they get Irom their own As'>}' %  ,i h > "'.\" ""• ?J""ng; deanthey fai .oci.,1 it is no oxaueraUon '* '"• PjUent. Oh yes! I m ~ to sav that the Barbados Civil ln >o stop now I know; too Servant has suffered more at the I !" ." 1 !" "Boring eh? But all hands of Officials and Heads of 'his Ihe nurse has to do. bly. No Official or Civil Servant !" BBLsSS i d i? ,l .t 1 could ever by his own efforts mo ""possible to give the salisafford himself the protecUon and [' K ; 1 "" 1 n^-esaary. In the first defence he will always get in Ihe P !" *'" n>y opinion) her pay Acwmbly and. as in Iwo recent and *<*n"al conslderaUon are not instances, from Messages from the .*"" lo "Undard And secondGovernor and Commissions of In'> There are at limes hard words ouirv. A glorious example of this *" create perplexity and Is his recent self defence by His discouragement from many quarlaordship Ihe Bishop who. I am ten* dished out to her I think mre mlghl even have been *he survives this from B. Utlon's thought a Brest soul, had he sufstatement, "If we serve mankind, the preachei fercd in silence and left us to we serve ourselves". And what ' him to contemplate our own inevitable gives the nurse that wonderful be healed. **• %  • %  <,..-I JII > I> -- --— %  --'-"""i '\^ wl %  ,i-„„ •"*•" ";••• *"•• "•~*" -r • % %  " %  • destinv and lo assess for ourselves urge Is her Sunday School lesion 8'"g on he felt u change in his dumb. The crowdI oasav ",'. h "" ,,|T ,f 1551 wanl t '•"* further our loss at his hasly relreat from of "The Life of Christ" In which body thai he could nol describe laughed. The healers ceaseo uiei down h( .R Uin." u* and the responsibillries of his so many deeds of kindness are The preacher then told him to efforts. About half way down the sin. t high mission. found. We lived to serve Noraise his hand and ho did so to Al tiiejMid [ ot th ^_^ p ^* i "* *£ on """ left a n other street goes and ihe destruction of Ih* stones had been going on. Schoolboy Hurt In Accident He had heard about Ihls healfulth. and believing lunielf. he left home with hbt d?i'ghter very early In the morning u. i nsure lhat she would be attended to. They arrived at the church * lock They were Uie first d U> be there. Brother PrettiJohn carried or successful. A "few'days ago he the service heard of the "faith healing" Out Meanwhile from Trinidad ou was taking place in Queen's Park Correspondent writes Fntir fait ..lid attended UM Fuday night healem who have been attrarUn* „„, ineeliniz crowds from differenl parts of uie kp> 1 IVLSOSTUNE un \i in in;. of Deacons Hoad. SI Mlchat %  M taken to the General llospit,. shortly after II o'clock yesterda. morning suffering from injuries l, his right hand .touchford, a school-boy, was in vulved In an accident with inmotor car E—108, driven by Mil ton Hollock of Itoad View. St Koad Dirty l ,wr a,on KlnB **** Hi %  id li usuallv dirt* wi.h '' d,n h bicycle. trash, coeoanu husks ad R oaAUE HAM WOOD of Gal kins, but the scavenger lo.iv ** %  H 1 Sl Joh "•• %  * '' %  •cms Ui be always on uie job II hflpsttg al DM St JohnS, Alms -HI pass there with a pen ana i. ' l,M "" w '--'"'"-ay The llrs mlebook and Ihe scavenger lorry ''' bv *** Dorn at %  er suspects you are a newsihe other two at 1 30 p in Must Believe try effected no cures ."P for their donkeys and when a d„„ Monday night. They attributed k ry d,,, n „, pa al | lhp irm ainde, process of his shU to lack of laith IMI the parl wiil sUl> hf Mmfl (( | the absence of full minlsterisr could be found a more impressive he has been able to move Ihe hand up a group of boys.snatched one buildlnfi you will see women three quarters responsibility how is the poor deexample fenceless Barbados politician to carry out his thsnkless and unThe greatest discouragement pleasant duly as a representative me t by the nurse, is when despite or the people and to prevent a her effort to give satisfaction. misuse of their funds from the B i 1(1 sX i\l meets ihe most dlssalisTreasury if he is not to point didej There are people that the rectly to people and things he has nurie nor anv living person good reason to believe need atten,^14 please. however great tion Mr. Aubrey Douglas^mith thelr ct f on And anolrier k lnd would have us believe that where from whow tongue nows lhc personal criticisms1 are> considered most con tentlous words, and to necessary ihey should be made wnom onl an angel would rtmmin in the public arena where If.ne„ d ^^^^ a pIeaBlul ccssary the issue can be tested h fa _„ jk.y __„ 0 ,f,er who will the Law Courts." But I am sure he [^ V"^ "" 'jgj -SMS knows thai more often than not g !" ho 1 Vsk isn't"i it U most difficult to produce law J•/•JLJ ***:, £t *^J?2JSS: court evidence lo convict the most Jfi* !" "", •£• "* .?£ n 'l l : guilty criminal, also that espedalJ her not gg# 'SSSLSSi fy in Barbados the greater the SS r jSP a £ StS. .Tminv truth the greater the slander or But still the demands of many libel Does he seriously suggest must be met. thai you can conduct, the affairs of a Government or a private conabout and he can feel if anyone of the" waiters, spilling the coins or anything touches it. He was There was a scramble and u counselled to attend the meetings money d isappeared. regularly, continue his lailh I" "^^~" God and his hand would regain complete normalcy. Skeete appears lo be following paper man, he will begin to show \ BOARDED and slnugli; you how people dirty the road and ^ house, contaudng 30u worl will tell you, it is not the scave.iln furniture and $304) in cash, wi gersfault. A lorry load of stuff completely destroyed when a fire tt taken from the "Ruins" and Itoke out al Penny Hole. St Phih, Alley, he said, and d.Mi On Thursday The house belong put grass on the road %  <> Torrence Clarke of the sum. ddress. Tins lire extended to DM hois* l Beatrice Hrathwaite. wlm li WI Ighl feel away, and liurut Ihi h.dioof and kitchen. A pint 0 lie front house was alsti tlumuged Neighbours assisted the HWIHT. 1, extinguishing the (lames rimr. of unknown orlgii 'a. broke oul at Soriely Plant" ion. St John, about 10.45 am 01 it rayed four am acres of aerotn' were m NEW WAY TO CATCH FISH mending bags and leaving off in between whiles to sell mauby. The opposite side of Alfred Slree* is the spot where most donkeys are unharnessed and lefi to resl while ni iheir owners sell potatoes or animal ff-lder Thev ripe red. It extended to a field of Mi 0P ripe Sanaa owned by . %  of Hiiynrs Court and t and three quarters acres ither fire broke out at about A wise mother lets baby decide about the asUk far bottle feeds. Lots of energy, steady gsi*. contented days, peaceful nights — these tell hrr what she mo>i wsaaa to know — baby la doing splendidly oo Ostermilk. Wag csst asaikii pin bar fahh so nsashf an Oa—lft > Because, where IstesM tssssskg la difflculi or Lmpowible ii U th* perfect nitwinite for mother's I Is flncml grade cow's Isr tbs most iiv %  ir in. Ths pn-trm, STCSI hidyIs ssads easily digeitihle %  procrai And SSOSTERMILK^ For your tree copy 01 illuslrated Baby Book-Phono 4675 important additions ue medei Iron to enrich the blood -• mgsr 10 modie/ the food for nny digestions — Vitamin D to help build strong bones an.! leeth. Osiermilk 11 mads by Glass lahotsioriea Ltd.. who. slate 190*. have been pioneers 10 ihe devek-rmrm of the best possible foods f hsbiet. f" : i'Mtaing Hour* A clever throw of iron by one sailor and piece of ii swallo' To The Editor, The Advocate SIR,—I am asking lhal Salur"' day be Ihe liveliest day in the In conclusion, you must agree with me that Ihe nurse loda orking under dimcult and tryshopping publ; modated ahead. 1 in every respect as you do a 10 W.thouVthe absolute freedom of ^ J f ^^ ^^^^Jt speech we might as well abolish %  ?* SFTZj^tSPjE* W the legislative Assembly, and In Wl ^ fc IP hSSmlEZ fairness to the Barbados'politici.n !" Wl ^\K ^ „Srsr^T. It must U> said that this freedom "f us can help the nurse b> 1 rssBsjchsd, and if there have co-operallng wnen ^e are pabeen lapses they must be very ticnt*. And Just imagine few and far between and they were in her position. lhi> l have never gone unchallenged. Mr. give you o more considerate view. Aubrey Douglas-Smith would he and above all. cease the hear-say very surprised to know of the gossip, that you have no ground" deep, unbounded and abiding genfor. And do not Judge "the Below the spot where donkeys HI 30 a.m on the same day are fastened, there is a closed Windsor Plantation. St George building on which the words ore This destroyed one and printed, "removed to Cheapsldc Seeing the schooner W. L. Ennieia wou i J wonder what has been about 31 pounds of mullet for moved to Cheapslde On the othti week, and that merchants" codinner on Friday evening. s |de of the road the sign "no parkoperate to make it so. This will It was the concerted action of [„,, % %  t, pi ac ed on Uie door of a prevent Sunday congestion and two Dominicans, Or man Roey and building, but cars and donkey carl* violation of a holy day. Man Chenam Matthew. are still parked In from of It. can do as he likes but not as long Roey. the "harpoonist", wa A little further down, a stre* l as he likes. watching some fishes at play in runs off to the rlghl There is no Also store-closing for Breakfast the mouth of the Careenage when name nailed anywhere about ft. should be abolished. The world suddenly the thought "get one of but a black cat painted on a piece does not get ahead by people who thern for dinner" struck him. of board, tells one that the dy do not remember others. The Unhesitatingly he jumped up, works goes on rres of second crop ripe cane 1 longing to Bulkeley limited. DRINKS ONLY WHEN IN COURT mist be accomgrabbed a piece of Iron Huainess must SHOPPFH Pillar //.;•.. The Editor. The Advocate SIR.—1 beg to protest againut .-nulil lnr ~ *t** inconvenience caused to the public by the scarcity of I*t!^''Z• %  Oar l.-a".., .,,,,.mnrl.r,!. POKT-OF-SI'AIN. Jan 18. 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. I'MiAV, J\\i \i:\ : %  [ is.-, i SUNDAY ADVOCATE I'W.r MSI FASHIONS IN LONDON: Lace On Her Petticoat By DOROTHY BARKLEY In %  little ..tv. wealh. worn by n uiirV,. the wi But fjshioi don d< eerie ii mgly. un the to a sen follow:. it in K! When duced i sue waUt-p the variations of be nylon Of myoii slip MM rapland petttcOBtl smh ns HIwon when i lui im: t iililt I v have always been POT when Farm or Lon. •. a new line, the linadapt itself accorducress of a m tidual w—rw depandi i extent on ii slip which t line and helps to hold ie New Look was intro%  e years aito the swirlthc-i i*>pularised was .ned by th •coat with it* six-inch malaise round prin>; welcomes _the %  Ungarta Tb bnpi rDng. smooth Unoi m.ik< >red lingerie a current Slender lutes In drOMOa with closely titled waists iff*, .ill for specially slips. What is there ainly than a slip peep:h the elegant ^lit on tn irt'' This will be avoidLhanks to the designer produced the si It-skirt lustration of it is .shown ce the Lice trimming. Thero i Ln.trimming everywhere on lingerie Just now. Delicate trimming round the lop of the slip lace fod< ;m ' l The boned strapless bodice, on cocktail or summer sun un :-> this Street, San Fernando, Trinidad week YARDLEY C/^./ZLAVINDER Rupert and the Sketch Book-15 m three pieces and was made in grey rayon shantung trimmed with turquoise. The three pieces wore; trousers which narrowed to a closely lining ankle; open necked short sleeved shirt, which tucked into the trouscr*; and tunic, worn with or without a belt, whose wide alcoves were trimmed with turquoise A dragon motif was worked on the pocket. The uutilt Is ideal for wear In warmer countries where a housecoat is too DM*) Other detail.of fashion trends %  n inlioduced m lingerie. He cently among day clothes we have seen the reversible Jacket, and tho Ma tes) nj coot; it U therefore iiuite natural to llnd pyjamas with adaptable sleeves. One designer has solved the problem of cold and warm weather wear by making the long sleeves adaptable. Pure silk chiffon and pure silk .-...tin arc popular just now and make up into very graceful garments. Multi-filament crepe is the hardest-wearing, best washing i ay on yet produced Like silk to handle, it is soil. tn>et Obvtraof and srUl itand up to seaming and embroider\ \tithoul splitting at thread* Housecoato In evening fabrics will be popular not only with tbe bride, but with the woman who seeks an occasional luxury. Illustrated here is a housecoat inspired by Regency style dOCOT, made In heavy rayon taffeta with niterWOV0J1 regency stupes in satin. The line of the lilted and belted %  rout with back hanging In graceful folds from a boatshaped yoke was first Introduced by Paris designer Balanciaga. then taken up by British and American rainwear manufacturers. The trend has now been carried one stage further for informal wear tn the house. i hildren a Letter Dear Children. All of you are back to school now and I know you love this first week of the term when you meet your old friends after the tu Holiday*: There Is always so much to say—all the things you did at Christmas, the presents you got and the little confidences you exchange with each other. 1 suppose you have also made new friends Well, now you are in your new forms, and I hope those of you who have not been promoted are prepared to do some really hard work this term and so make up for what you did not do last year, it is very important that you learn all you can now; although, as you grow older, you will realise the truth In never being too old to learn. Now. let me know how you are getting on and I wish you all a very pleasant week-end. Yours very truly, lIHll.DRKN'S F.D1TOH What You Should Know About Your English A BB you content with the way you speak and Write' Are vou sure that you arc not making mistakes that cause people to underrate you? Never has the importance of good English been more widely recognised than to-day. If you can express vourself persuasively and forcefully you have an immense advantage in your business or professional work as wall as In social life Does your English enable you to appear at your best on all occasions ? Can you express your ideoo fluently — and rorreclly t Are you sure of your pronunciation and spealng ? Why You Are Judged by the W ay You Speak and Write Tour English reveals you. You are judged by the way you express yourself. Ii it not a fact that you judge others by their speech and writing ? Just as you are favourably impressed by the man who has a ready command of correct, polished and effective speech, so you receive an unflattering Impression of the man who fumbles tor words and is obviously uneasy about his %  oglish. Mo matter what ability you may possees in other directions, you are gravely handicapped if your English is defective. Every day—every inlniaw j mi run the risk of being unfavourably [ Why So Many Students Recommend the Effective Enfliah Courae Many students sav that the moderate fee charged for the Course is the best investment they have ever made. It Is not surprising therefore that numerous people enrol on the recommendation of Regent pupils. You will enjov taking this famous Course. 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Whatever the standard of >our English, you cannot fail to gain benefit from these irisons and from the clear, sympathetic guidance of your instructor. Moreover, ihe lessons ore supplemented by a series of printed lectures on personal efficiency that the pbi-i i'hat often recurs In students' letters, these stimulating lectures will give you **a new outlook on life." JHke Effective English Course will equip you with the power of the right word and ahow you how to make the most of your personality ond of your opportunities in life. the Odd Minutes of the Day Write now for a copy of "vford Mastery*." which gives full details of the Effective English Course. It shows that the easy-to-understand. time-saving lessons can be studied in the odd minutes of the day—thot you learn Just the things you need to know—that you are not required to memoriae tedious rules—that you receive unstinted help throughout. You will discover that this adaptable Course fits your needs so exactly that it might have been specially planned for you. Decide at once that you will rid yourself of the handicap of |>oor English. You can do so without drudgery and without costly outlay. Write to-day for a free copy of •U OHD MASTERY" Fill m and post the coupon to-day. or write simple application for the prospectus, addressed to The Regent Institute (Dept. 501D) Palace T.ate London. WjJ Don't delav. Your Enslbh is all-Important to *ou and vau cannot afford to m-glecl il Send for the free booklet NOW There U no oblisailon. What a bad start for da) w have lost all that tiredness and I wake feeling full of em-rttv Kruachen baa made mo feel VSirB younger. I alao sutfarel with rheumatic palna in my shoul !"r mil swellings round my ankle I am now completely cured of thaae pains and swellings. I take gruscnen Bait" regularly and cannot speak loo highly of it. Kruscheo kasi yoo young because It ton<'< up the liver. kidneys sad bowels sod icepn them all working ernoolhlv and efficiently. Tbe reward of this internal clsanUoeas Is a freshened and invigorated body. Poisonous waste mataiiaJs are expelled and the pains of rhenmatlsm cease And aa you continue with Kru schen. your whole body responds to Ita purifying force. Kruachen la obtainable from all Ohasaisu and Stores. viimna Bupen'i ifcsuay Coaibk Crawler pick*. *p '• % %  •—-' P-reesl and ih bos. anal te >.• %  -i -aiurad wsy ptOCTiiw* w •%  jker %  '"in. So Rupert ulw* hii iketeti l-* snd rune down the slop*. At ha ease he nie* iroutta ssieBSif • %  how catching * e ** tht %  ash runaway. Al luih he feecrwi ** SB& of Ihrtk lea el weed' taad. "Aw then." he mu auur be ihe.e. 'Ihe* m she only war ahe cwuld disappear ao :hl*." 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; w.i in.iir SI Ml AY AIIVCK sTlC SUNDAY, ll.\UK\ 21, 11.51 WALTER DE LA MARE By HENRY CHARLES DUFFIN 1R7.1. Wallet uc It full of nut*!**—the miracle or lighter aspects On this side lit hi me m.Jdle of s man and hts five sense*, the minhis countless charming povt* rulous power of music, the multlwritten Tor children, a no the" bo"k rtesvr.nnifc u it i Hard*. Bridges, ludnou* miracles of nature ani irn %  %  unciyiiiK attract ion fur da I.. Mara And in hM poetry, love is life Th, I'edlar. The TM*f at Rob CastU The .Sony of Shadotrithese and many others exhibit high lyrical quality But for the lofty peaks of de la Mare's poetry we go to The Sunken Garden. Eitf.ai-d. A Portrait. They Tola! AJ>\ Fore Well Remembranc-. THtScnbc. The Ghosl. The Phar.LisCesiera, The Tryst, The r a Candle, Muetr. The Mad Prince—one could quadruple the ll*t and scarcely have begun. %  urJCi.iitttshrd \knl hotce .•. %  ml without the BM .ii.i., Raraeta rial i .i~ i.a all RI'*Q! gag mlngled with a new feeling m H lh sadness at the losses of the years uttar.ee of poetry is beauty ol Tn funcUw of all V(Wtr> IB to and the approach of the en .cause poetry, like all art AcX w but ma poeirv differs ***** *• ..* " "* I mng to communicate lo. from m £ n companion which the ban material* of the furlh( r funcllon( ,„ moko ,„ e „ %  in the rw of poetry Mfn< wa mon 4^^^ Eacn .-.-iili'sNi) iMerectinc, but for most. %  r rhythmnnd its marvel, by the time youth (s well past it %  %  i.'iseii words play on your |UIB ""'" famUlar, known, underUin nke light ..vei .1 pu'"'%  J D.-la Mare changrt all that re saddenly life is seem anew— "** show* ut. Iii>t that nothing new: — that mav open at any ^' cr become trite, nothing certainly '1 which beauty may be perceived the moonli ient. d dreams and daydreams continue to fascinate, children are still movingly exqui..There Is an unusual proporliun of four-lined epigrams, one, /'ir-oiouiaiu. of tare beauty and sigmrkaiice. The last poem in the book. Day, Is among the most beautiful that de la Mare ever wrote It is as a poet that de la Mare takes his position among the English classics, but he is, too, a vary Urte prose-writer. He la tha author of a large number of "tales", most of them having s.unewhat uncanny subjects, and all written with great distinction. The best of these tales are. in my opinion. The Riddle, Tfie Trbmpet. Afiss Durcen. The Wharf, The Van, The Creatures. Thm Sap. The House, Miss Miller. An Ideal Craftsman, iispef. Ltspeft and V'alne, Phusic, Tie Panic. r i The Tahsman. There ara four full-length novels—The Return. Memoir t of a Midget, llttt'u Brocken, and The Three /tovu: Monkevs (all of a very unusual nature!; several great prose anUiologies (as well as a delightful, verse anthology, Come Jfhlcr). and other books such as Dtnu Do*\Q Bell and Stories from the v\ de la Mare'* way is to endow Bible, end the play, Crossings, with a new sense, a sense bv ^ ,. ._ Walter de la Mare—cr Walter Riiial, as he at first called himselfwas born in Kent. Southern Kn4i.m1i. uf Huguenot descent and a relative of the Victorian poet Robert Brownlrut. After being educated at St. Paul's Cathedral Choir School he entered (like Charles Lamb) the offices of a great City Company in London But he began to write, and his first two books, .Soups 0/ ChildTV -i 11a. i, u. ho * in 1902 n d Henry Brockrn rS, "'* ** "* " I*"* niuch impressed such And SSr ?hi lovelier I ^ r ^" .And"*. \ !" "n HE STARTS WHERE KIPLING FINISHED... 6y GIORCc MALCOLM THOMSON The C s— 1 at Hanael B< tierld Haaley. reHlna. te. M M4 pages HANLEY begin.where Kipling left off. His graphi and powerful novel the Kvcnuig Standard BU<>K oh THE MONTH, strengthen* Buti-h Action with a new and original talent It has tor ita main them. Ik* idea of Rule, the ,omepiion --ut problems of Empire In the odern world, the relations between a governing system and itibjects It Is not. be it said at once, a >vel about the colour question Hanley's imperial ajlsn nelint.—as KlpliriK'v did she Alrican rgeant as well Bf aha llnn-'i politual Upon the basis of u staakaj Ith a divinely appomle hard-drinking, straight from th*ancient mould: no flaw In nis clay, no faltering in his to., -h For him he Empire is a aat ed club, of which he is a senior m nber. tinulng strange. ; But ultimately what de la Mare'i r cooN CW bolt that in lo he was persuaded to give his Ufa to literature, tn doing which he was 1 veil nearly transparent. reality, strange 1 "I ef -sting, and perhaps other existences, only to be known •hrough poetry and dream but uiioa aWmaead evut present vividly to consciousness Woven an rds and form easily explained power for mien„ iat phenomena life Is but the "'""" "" 'f !" % !" j lnlerpt Ha ni Dortoralc. Iron. Il UnlvomilM U thr an ol 60 la Mar^S !" ?,"*',, U t .'L.Sg? .,,r?^" "' Cambrlde. SI. Andrew % Lon. In. on which hi nlu> "•"•• " %  •-" % %  %  '" m don and Bristol, and In 1948 he v* whit dot. he b-lnTu. S2^ q T h *SJ" "." *""" %  {f"""" '" !" <<" <""" -I K'"I hU an. as he Orn Ihrouith the "S2Se_* ^tL.KJSS'S!* Ge T' P_* <**T ' ComI tvord-muale. poetic ' "" "'= '/""*'",';'""',' h.1^.1 by the grant of a Cirtl n InMrument ol not £*''? gj*l*J" "JtaSSta! Llsl P"-1"n. With ^ore. of book. SMdoow^forlntenal""i.^ !" *' e „?. na .. n, K d '.'K: '. "" "" %  •" C found to. for much lecturing and reviewing. I of poetry? His themes i cts of w nmonplar I ,.11 lilng in the world of de -ston a time-stained garpardon of Honour At the are of hands of woman or 77 he is (dill a poet; but seems to I pointers into the regard as his greatest achievement is heart does no! leao unknown Ghosts speak to the that he has four children, ten saw5ffi??WB'M l iB SET*" %  "" ""'lembing at the strangeness of hiunling it ever". The poet's imlife .Man,is a lost child In sipijlmorta | thought "makes of the All the best ol the poetry is In ; place, surrounded by moving chP ; B n g t))l unchangeable" He Collerr.-d i;,e,„s ,,nd Callerled half-heard voices and wrtus!i .0 oirlh fc wonQer ,. iu I^pme, and Verse, The Burr* no• .knowi. modes of being H Is u wt ,ied thing*", and knows (.'lass, the long poem called The a A-Olld of magic— the magic of lnat aX lhe entJ of ln0 aIe lherr Traeeller; and the recent volume dalb life and the subllmer magic wU i rc maln God and man, "Thou, Imeard Cmpa-ilan. r in-m.i.tUms from an inappreLord, nnd I." In short, he height1 .enslble encompassing worW of ana life hy giving it new and Three books hnve been written :. allty I. fo is ; dream, aiui tle subtle meaning', and an unearthly .ibout de la Mare's work' bv R L ( sleep is a coloured supbeauty. Megror (1924), by Forrest Reld lemtnl lo the visionary volume of To some people de la Mare is (IBM), and by the present writer : tinuou* w.-iking wonder Life is almost exclusively known in his (SJdgwIck and Jackson, 1B48>. .!.;.lo'.' But the Colonei senses that he world around him has changer At home, there is "Bug*i is" apotheosis of the mouthing Tr uc Union muddle-head. "Out here"—it Is Eritrea uf er the Italian defeat—there is Tu nbull, who has been too long in the ranks ("It takes gentlemen to deal with savages." the Cok.iel maintains*; Milton who has g< no to pieces with that black bint of his. Auretla: and Sole, maybe ;hc worst disappointment of all. Sole, an Intellectual, falls In nerve and judgment at the oment of crisis and takes refuge from his own failure li scepticism about the whok g perial idea. But Sole is not the most interesting ni these rulers. Ai << from the Colonel, crafty an i cynical. Turn bull stands out. a subtly drawn full-length portra;. of the British NCO type. He li hard, hide-bound, bitterly s>llrespecting, at once more human and more severe than his eol leagues. He plays football srtt i hi'. Askaris but he is pitiless > discipline. Not "one of us," in nunv respects a great deal better tru-i any of "us," Turnbull la a man whom the industrial system threw on tha scrap-heap and whom the Army gave his chance Thar* Is a chink in Turnbuil's armour, the chink the "natives" are watching for When IhOv find It, warns The Colonel. thoi will be In, through the crack, like thirsting bugs! It is Aurellj. Milton's girl, who rtnds that chink The drama inherent in tiv problem of Empire la crystal!*/ I In a story sharp an
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, January 21, 1951
Frequency: daily
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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U Jtbawat
ESTABLISHED 1895
BAKBADOS. JANUA V 21
U.N. Get American
Ultimatum On
Red China
LAKE SUCCESS, Jan 20
THE UNITED STATES will to day present to;
the United Nations Political Committee a
resolution condemning Communist China as ag
gressors and calling for the withdrawal of her
troops from Korea, American representatives here
announced
., (ieluKiiiKn met last night and this morning
tu trv to es ablish a list of sponsors foi it.. "Brand I
Kesolutiun, but it was understood that neither Briu
Canadian delegations had received instructions up to a
Sate hour last night."
Trygve Lie
Talks With
Bevin
A United Slates q i
said to-day that the points ot
the resolution would be;
1 The accusation that Coin-
China hod committed
an .Hi oi Mimrton In Ron*.
2. The call to I Oilmen
Paoploa' Republic lo wlladra*
III troops from Korea.
3. The mart!.', to -f, O I-
let-live Measures Committee to
study the problem and report to
the Assembly what measures
wire HOMH] I UM inainU:-.
ance of peon-
security.
4. The setting up of
group ready to contltna
tiations with too ChlMM C an-
munists on peaceful settle-
ment
It was understood that the
United State- would like tn have
as sponsor- (or the lesolution
Urltain. two or more of the Brit-
ish Commonwealth Nations, one
or two Scandinavian Countries
one or more 1-atln American Na-
being held in Britain. Last nighl 11!"*; "< H*0*0*9' a M,dc"c
he said that this wu (or thel Eastern counliy
IWtSh Government to decide. He * had ring bi
will fly back to New York to- *!>* Hi lh
night.
LONDON. Jan 20
The United Nations Secretary
General, Trygve Lie. who arrived
here from Paris last night wb
to-dU interviewing Ernest Bevin
the Foreign Secretary, and Ken-
neth Younger, the Minister of
Slate, who heuded the British
delegation to the 1'nite | Nation.
Assembly.
The .....in subject of their talk.*
was understood to be about the
difficult situation in the United
Nations following China's reply
to the latest cease tire terms.
He was also expected to discusi!
the possibility of the next meeting
of the United Nation* Assembly
PRICE SIX CENTS
U.N.
Leave
Troops
Wonju
Again
Usually well informed quarters
here thought it unlikely that the
General Assembly would be held
in Britain this autumn. The pro-
posal to hold the Assembly in
ridinburgh. Scotland was under-
stood to have been rejected be-
cause of the inadequate accommo-
datio i.
Reiiter.
last night by the
delegate OH behalf of
Asian and Arab nation*
thought likely that the
of this group of countrli
of the
mralt-
Esypt.....
the 12
it was
bstnn
lution.
from voting i
> vote
the reso-
i l
France Gets No
Reply From Russia
BERLIN. Jan- 20,
French officials here to-night
aid they had not yet received a
reply to their protest note of last
Thursday which called on the
Soviet army to withdraw armed
guard! fiom the former French
sector a farm in south Berlin.
Ijist Wednesday, 35 armed
Russian ... ..~St
estate in north Berlin which nad .
been recognised as French sector I there
territory since 1945. 'and
The French claim that their (It u.
sector was given the estate under r?Pl>
Nehru's Opinion
Indian Prime Mbuatsl W iru,
said in Paris to-day, the way to
a negotiated settlement in regard
to Korea and Formosa is open.
and there Is no reason why we
should not take advantage of
it" I know that the parties con-
cerned desire peace and settle-
ment by negotiation Every effort
should therefore oe made
bring about such negotiation,
Nehru said.
I am convinced that the French
Government earnestly desire*
peace both in the Far East and 1
th-? world and will do everything
i .'.. pOWW to further It, I
am QUlle clear in m> mind thai
is a desire for negotution
ictUemenl on China's side
true that the tone of their
is not helpful. Nehru said
THE BARBADOS OOLr TEAM v..oh will l.nvo lor series of matcli-H hi Trtm.Ud nut Sunday, selected rt*i a prolonged try out for
placis at thi R'ck'.oy ?>'! >ud Country Chili Readm* fioni left Ik right. aittlng Darld Innnu. J. O'Dowd Bgan, Blchsrds Vtdmcr Cap-
Uln). WUUaBi Atkinson. Mi.-lurl Tirupxm. Standing Jam*- O'Neal. Oolin Baylcy Kenneth ltiinti-. Bry.ni Wybraw. .1 K K Christie.
John Rodger John Grace, thfl twelfth marab-r of the U'.im. was not |Hr"iii
-T
'rbal agreement betv.
nd Brnfik occupation authorities
Soviet (Nehru said he had seen President
'Flu Spreads To
Mediterranean
LONDON. Jan. 20.
Britain and the Republic of
Ireland are bearing the brunt 1
Europe's worst influenza outbreak
in years. The crisis appears over
in Northern Europe where the
epidemic began during the Christ-
mas period
The Mediterranean urea which
had escaped Uie disease in its
earlier stages, reports mounting
OBaS. Ireland, Cork and Dublin
have been the hardest hit and all
primary schools are closed in
Cork and a number of Govern-
men*. officials are ill in Dublin.
Reulrr
Vincent Auriol and had also d-
.. ted in,, "critical" international
I situation with the French Prime
| Muusier and Foreign Minister.
Nehru said "I found much in
common with the French. We arc
agreed we must do everything in
our power to avoid war. We agree
hat everything should be done
for the preservation of peace and
no hasty action taken which
might endanger peace.
To Direct
Formosa Talks
-WARREN AUSTIN
KOANOKK. Jail 2d
Warren Aui-tm. chief American
delegate to the Unite 1 Nations
said here lo-mght that his coun-
try still reserved the right to tl
sure that the future 01 Formoai
ihould be handled in a way con-
sistent with American national
interest and security
His country had undertaken n^>
commitment over ftbl
Chinese Communists in the United
Nations, a move which his Gov-
ernment continued to oppose, he
aid.
We agreed to discuss the ques-
tions of Formosa he addad, W
have reserved and continue t
reserve the right tn mai..
that the question will be handled
i a way complete I.\
nth our national Interest gnd
ecurily.
We believed, and utili bellev*
that if there are any discussion*
of these matters, there should be
appropriate participation of direct*
ly interested Governmonts in-
cluding the National..! Govcrn-
ment of China.
The Government will probably
ask Congress for about **0.000.000
to carry on the military
to the Chinese Nationalist forces
i.n Formosa, it was reported In
Washington to-day.
The first big shipment of ur-
gently needed military supplies
arrived at Formosa several weeks
ago. It was financed from Presi^
USHaveRight Let "Bygones Be Bygones"
Ike Tells Germans
KKANKKURT. Jan. 20.
Ki-i'iiliviu" SupBjiHt' Communder of the
Atlantic Piu't Atmy said here to -lay he had returned to
to in "bygones in- bygonet".
He btlievcd that Western peoples including the G
who really believe in a system on which the Chria-
i mi. civilisation nf Kurupe is base I must stand together.
Kisci.iiowci who Hew here from
Luxembourg on a Area-day visit
said in hoped "some day to see
the great German people linen up
with the rest of the free world
.i unified .lefence of the weste
life.
He uLd .never consent to con
inand JB _e.rgunisat.oii "in which
ery critical time and I think |llen", Truman's EmeriiencV Fund
1*4^0 W'la rlnnb UiHtfl AT\it _.. i tA
my visit has done good." And
wltii ri smile, "ot least for me."
Nehru left early for New Delhi
aboard the Air India Constella-
tion, diverted from London
The anti-Communist left win*;
Franc Ttreur said "contacts be.
twoen Paris, London and Wash-
ington are multiplying to find a
formula." The De Gaullist O
Matin said Britain's attitude ha-
excluded ail questions of sane
tions, "however small."
Bltll.
officials said.
Saboteurs Receive
Long Prison TeruM
PRAGUE, Jan SO
A group of alleged saboteurs has
been sentenced to heavy prison
terms, nn official BtWI agency
reported.
One had been sentenced to life
imprisonment, two to twenty
vears, one to 18 year*, two to 11
vears. and an undisclosed numuei
of others to terms ranging from
IB months to 17 years.
Thev were found guilt)
state activities includinit gathering
arms and distributing antl-staU-
leaflets.
_ Beater
Don't Count
Chickens
LONDON. Jan. 19
The theory that Russia Is plan-
ning constitutions for certain
W) EUTOPaaa counlnes was ad-
vanced in to-day*! Doi'y Tel-
This Conser\'alive paper i>uo-
lished a report by its diplomatic
correepondent which linked up
tertOUl and protracted
taj 111 Moscow of ToglifttU and
n od rroncn com-
munist leaden" with this theory.
i illee under the
: bip Of Vvshinsl.v S..VH-1
i and an expert
-..id to be
|f0 0 the Dallu
TWeyrap'r.i correspondcnl con-
linued.
Its task is t institutions for future People's
i. nnan con-
UtuUoo i- to be tppHed iirst in
Eastern <; lo be an-
bla tune to West-
i i. Ccinmn.v
Momow hopes to introduce con-
f, i Austria, Italy. France
gnd Spain eiUtOI aft,-i C..rumunist
parliamen' fj vletOrk or m the
..id ,( a conflict hv for
The editorial in the IBI
i>f tin Daily TelcuropJ.
that if toll was trUfl then "WM
tnie obaarealtona seem to be called
for Fusils the tn. ( ^int on
making constitutions which exist
only lo be broken is tune wasted.
dangarous
in count your chickens before they
arc hatched Beutrr.
Srg rfld not feel they were
and were fighting foi free-
dom I would not command
force made up of men who we
disgruntled, he declared Eiaen-
BOWei will inspect Allied occupa-
imn armies and hear ihe latest
developments for a West German
force in the proposed European
Statue Of
Virgin Mary
Moved
CLAIM GIRLS
I lM:HA\tll>..'.
port by th
t;ii I that they
lil|
rh,i|
tin
iw
< in tin- i .. an
..I the Virgn
: peopl
:.n t'atiii.lu ( nun h
bands of tin
M i > drew
10 the Rot
lere.
Hi*- Aa rtas.i Ci-ii ..r
Mary'i Chureh <>f Uaurai
the Rev .1 COBWB) and
Principal "f the schoolgirls
ST
.tuiided. James
Glavln,
nn
Pi
Russia Replies
To Arms Notes
MOSCOW. Jan 20.
Soviet ForelRn Minister Andrei
Vvshtnskv handed to the British
and French envoys here m-da.
Soviet replies to western powers
notes on West German rearma-
I ment.
British Minister John Nlrholl*
' .nd French Ambassador Vvc;
Chatalgneau were called to the
Foreign Mil irately.
The British and French I
mants sent similar replies on Jan-
lary 7 to Russia who chal
proposal- '
tinons In Allantir Pact forces v%
Mattel
U.S. Will Mak,
12,000,000 T More Of Steel
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20.
in industry with Gov-
rrnnent ato will add I2.ooo.ooo
tons of steel and 575.00 tons of
gUUnioiom t' Ul output over tin
next two years- W. S. Harrison.
Knitid Sliitcs Defence Production
Administrator told the Society Of
Business Editors here. The cop-
per outlook was not so reassuring"
he added nl the Society's dinner
last night. Healer.
He will confer with top Allied
omcials and military commanders
on the progress in Intagratlni
Waal Gamany Into the com-
ity of western nations and in mili-
tary talks on West German force i
hi the in- i i peen army
Hi Will ilao investigate the tight
ln| ttrangth of Allied occupation
.nniies Answering t$M Itloa
about Qarrnan contribution to
ivr- tera.defence. Eisenhower said
..... Ual peacc-
-. of the German people "
He ailded "I would not com-
and a force made up of men rtw
ere disloyal. Each one must be
." in a cause "
11 n popular in Germany
Two lendinK German ex-gener-
il- -nd to-day that flencral Btaal
hough a good man to 1c id
the Atlantic army would have tojiourth
overcome unpopularity in Ger-
many.
General llasso Von Mnnteuffe]
Panzer Commander in the Arden-
net Knintei-offensive asked: "Did
E| aBhowat not once say he hated
ii' and did he no( conic tn 194*
out as a liberator but as conqueror"
Yet we have all learned since then.
louMtsn Eisenhower also."
A loading general who refus-
ed to be quoted by name said :
Eisenhower i* clearly the only
man who r^n do the Job. He has
proved himself the man of action."
This general said "Germany
Id particularly the former Ger-
man army knew Eisenhower M
i who Imposed non-fraterni-
in HM5 and tarried out de
famation of the German army."
Beater
rted their story on Trmrsda
it with the girls to tl
mrch and both said thev
overnettt in the statue The
rl> said they again saw Iht
elids move, and the hands movt
rt from the position of prayer
ills Bra n i ., noil i Capo 'i Mcd li
both catholics, and H \. u oK
irralnc Bennett who is Pro-
Pi .tory sjfculated qulckb
Iha i< ii'hbouiho id. mad-
v of people of Italian
recent, man] of mam 'hw lao*
,\ wot
man and
tvomi'! vtaltad Ihi hurel
. i l - t I uhted
iht i..... root sta
tua i lada ol plaatai matai lal
Be-iter
(B\ JI1.IAN BATKS)
TOKYO. Jan. 20
(JNITfiD NATIONS FORCES today withdrew
from the razed town of Wonju for the second
time in two weeks.
Street fighting had flared up in the rubble
strewn streets of the battered communications
centre as Communists closed in from three sides
United Nations forces re occupied Wonju only
three days ago after patrols found no signs of
Communists. Fighting stopped when they with
drew today because Wonju, in front of the main
United Nations line, faced the risk of encirclement.
One t i.i iinunist column pushed inwards the hilltops,
southwest of the communications centre threatening .to
close ihe United Nations escape nap.
(ieneral DnuRlas MacArthur on a flying visit to Korea
InUI correspondents : "No one is p,oini> to drive us into the
sea. United Nations trmips would stay in Korea just M
a Out United Nations decide we shall do so."
Renewed lighting broke out ths
ornlng on the Wonju pivot of
the 21-day struggle in the Central
iorean front, when an unknow.i
umber of Communists opencu
re on United Nations' vehicles.
A United Nations patrol whicti
ivestlgated clashed with th'
uniinunists United Nathans rain
fort-fincnt- ot coin pan*
ere then tn'own into th.. light
The United Nations line pulled
OOB from Won ni nve days ago
fter Amer.caii. Dutch, and FntUh
'roops had balded Ihcre for Hi
nvs to hold off the O mnuun:
Hack or. the vital Sobaek Moon
MacArthur
Flies to Korea
TOKVP0 Ian 2U
i MacArthur. United
Nations Supreme Commander,
flew to Korea to-day Irom his
Tokyo headquarters to visit tfae
Ctmnuindcr of the United Stales
Kighth Army, General Matthew
(idgeway. It was his eighth vu-u
. Korea during lb* w*r.
In his first pre** conference It
Korea hv describe.! Cldneea in-
ci.cntKni as a 'foul and stealthy
l added: "this uttack was
I ii more infamous than was the
ipaMBBI .ttacli at IVarl Harltour
has Ihcii a ln| of Ioom

into the see; no one is BDUll '
drive us into Ihe BB," t!>t
ni mO nwiandaj dg larad
- Benin
Avalanche Kills
One; Injures 8
BORMIO \\\
"'' "i.....ra I
l " Injured when ;m
1'urietl 30 workers in
Ian 20
and i |gh|
avaJaneha
aroodei
\iiHTituii Nulioiis
Will Mill Man-h 27
Churchill Goes
To Paris
I'AHIS. Jan. 20
The weekend visit of Wlnsion
I- :
Iti.'.ugh
nal ba win
Uava unpoi I Ith French
chief) He v. iii lunch with Tor
human tomorrow
He an rpci
,, ft his privat<
iiiakesh. Trench Morocco
-Seiner
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20.
ntiiit Truman will Open Iha
consultative meeting of
_n Ministers of the Amen-
i an republics here on March 27,
the white House anno on i
lay
Ti,.- mat iuiu will di i w n i
or, ha HHnbal the ivorld-widi
inrenl oi Communi'in Includlni
ways to proeaota the i
military and Internal gacuritS W
the United StaU-s and 20 Lalir I
American
. co-opei
aUon among the nations v* ill Bla1 .
Im> discussedBeater
ul In the remote Zchru valley
-*t night, tl was learned to-day
Bi i uara dug hmoual> to puU
ul 20 men uniniured. One man
bs still missing by sunset.
Worker* were employed on
aetrk pro>eci m the
now-bound wilderness near Hoi-
Beuter
(air
Wonju Deaerted
Patroh re-entered the town
tree day* ago and found it prac
aiu deawrwd
The Communist break-through
i the mountains would enobt*
urn to fan out south and west id
ihe Nagtong River from whi.h the
United Nations forces launched
i original counter offensive.
Fighting which broke out yester-
day near Tangyang about 40 miles
outhwest of Wonju continued
loday
An Eighth Army communique
\"-rty i>|iprv* \n**mm* Cw-
minlirt activity and eonUct in the
past 24 hour. In the Yongwol-
t liechoii-Tangyang triangle......
On the western front acOTtly
U intanaulad 10 the Kumyang
laugul area about 20 mile* south-
ist nf Seoul.
A senior alrforce spokesman PI
Tokyo said this morning he ha-i
nothing new on the reported
movement north Ol 'he element'
i the Chlnaai Third and Fourth
ni.i aiialu
f n vcatltci enabled llghiera
l-nil-'m to take off again
against the Communists at dawn
today. Though Communist troop*
vcrc hard to llnd. the day's toll
was said lo bring the estimated
CatUaltKM inflicted hy the Amen
. n An Force this week to moie
than 3.BO0.B-euler
TKI.1. TUB ADVOCATB
THE NEWS
him. ''ii
DAV OR NIOHT
U.N. May Meet
Next In Paris
told
Russian Guard*
Hold Up Ldrrii's
SIB ROBERT URQUHART With wife and daughter, bosrd* the boat
train.
One of the mosi expansive
posts ia the diplomatic service is
ihe British Embas in \
And the man who not long ago
cut down the allowance for Am-
bassadors there Is now on hii
way to Caracas to take on the
job himself.
With Sir Robert Urquhart, 54,
ABB tug wUe and Unltj, on* ul
HERI.IN. Jan. 20
Soviet guards at the Manenborn
checkpoint to-day released eight
their four daughters. He was For- of 12 lorries with -.crap BsMal
eign Offkv economiser Just after which they held up yesterday,
the war. the West German news agency
Before he left London, he told DP A. reported
me of the 'hard struggle" he badi The 12 lorries were on their
lo cut down diplomatic allowan- way from West I
ees. "I said then *We mi. I I .r k Qermaj The remaining four
Uie Caracas expense allowance. [ will probably bo rtha-
Now I have to rebui.>: it," he day
137 RECEIVE DEATH
SENTENCES
SINGAPORE. Jan. 20
One hundred and Burl
people out of S suspects arrested
in Malaya on capital charges
der Iha Emergency Regulations
during the last two and a nail
hred was officially disclosed here to-
srera imposed
;:!1 were ae-
Mng cases ware
.-i!idrawTi or are pending.
Vietnam Will Gel
New Government
SAIGON, Jan SO
Ilao Dal. head of the stale of
Vietnam has decided to end Ihe
term of the present Government
headed by Prime Minister Tran
Van Huhsa Government statement
announced to-day.
The communique said that this
derision was "the result of politi-
cs! evolution and was In responsr
t oublic desires.
The outgoing Cabinet will art
In a '-Caretaker" rapacity until ihe
new Government la formed
Reulrr
SMALLPOX DISCOVERED
ABOARD BRITISH SHIP
mami.i. Jan 20
Small pox has been discovered
bI.....i the British thin liar
paliea. which arnvrd here thi'
week from Calcutta
StrihKcnt precautions are be
lng taken throughout Manila to
prevent Its spread Reater
PARIS. Jan
The French Government
the United Nations' Secretary
Trygve Lie. that the
in-*' General Assembly could ly
held in Paris if he found nowhere
Itabta, an ording to official
pinners here today
The Cabinet had been reluc-
tant to iinv. fa a ambl> ban
because of the expense It I*
doubtful if Urn would
frOTI Geneva owing ti
the poor hotel aefOrafl i
for 600 delegate-* and th.
Renter
7 Killed In Storms
Near MaUerhorn
GENEVA. Jan. 20
Avalanches and snowstorms
have killed seven men. blocked
railway lines and roads, and
paralysed telephone eommunlca-
many parts of S RBBI
land during Uie pasl 24 hours
The worst snowstorm in living
memory had raged around Mat-
terhorn near the village
Zermatt, all last night. Houses
crackad with the fury of th*
wind, and the snow was severe
Beuter
K.W.V. PAARL
TAWNY
1Sbs| rir>
Bottled by THE K.W.V.
A very popular tawny port wine or medium strength
and Bweetneia (Beaume 3.0)
Port is pre eminently an nftcr dinner wine and
Bronry BweatBtMtg such m Walnutv Almoml-. (Mireai
DoBveetened BIhiiIIo tnd CkeBM go rmy happily ith
UUsRirttl) wine tnd the e\ltei.....Iclicacv of it*
reunjrei UlBt, itli hii nuistuii.ltiiK port. *ucli as
V. PAARL TAWNY, one foregoes the dubious
igareife or ci t oi the palale ami stnliify ihe ehnrm of the
It Is I
K W
luxury of
iraalbUfty
lioii.niet
It i-i
I pi
PLANES COLLIDE
PRATTVrLLE. Ala.. Jan. 20
thTTlCnlSSS? \T kFoSe WB2'DUCHESS DIES: AGED 79 ]
Mitchell Iximber and Ft Mustamt
: dgtet "Hided In mi'1
crashed here
The pilot* of iK.th planes got
t'letr parachute^
ihe bomber pilot escaped.
ROM*
The Duchess Elena of Orl< in
widow of Duke Emam | Albert
of Aosta. died tonlgr.'
her residence In Caj't-llmi-r'^ d
tabU, near Nepisn.svrntar.
highly plensiinihle stimulant in cool weather,
nliiig in Sunny Itarlnulos and a glass of K \V V
Paul 'I awtiy may be taken with a4vantage after dinner
or when t.......itniioti physical .xr-rtiou is called for.
' When old and of Rood quality, it ii one of the moat
' wln.|.-oine of vinoiu liu.uoni, it strengthens the
"niuieiihir system, assists the digestive power, ae.-el-
"tfttea Ihe eireulalion, exhilarat*" the spirits and
"sharpens the mental energies"
PruOsaor Rrande.


PACE TWO
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JANUARY ?1. 151
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VP8T4IRS OVER NEwSA*"-.. Uwrr Rruad si
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Jui arrived In timr for Weddings
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M(i M
"TO PLEASE A LADY"
C lark GABLE Barbara STANWYi r,
"LOCAL TALENT ACDITION AT 9.30 AM.
M"o
ind, Mrs F Maurice Mr
ir a ho wert> in Rarba
do* for one week Ml yesterday
morning hy T C.A to spent
week in Trinidad They will
ntransit through Barbados on
Soumiav for Canada.
\'i McGregor is Operation*
Mannarr of T C.A '* Atlanta
Region
Canadian Trade
Commissioner
FrcNH Kinfttcn. Ontario
\M* and Mrs. Gva Marker
IT* who immt o,, T c A ., fl|fh,
^ ycetereey morning ar* here for a
im.nth, stay in* at the Colony
Cluh. St. Jame-
Mr Marker is ihe> owner of a
concrete block ruuiufaclurins
company in KingaUn. Ontario
Th > .u rived from r Bermuda
where they spent
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Can.di.n
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Wolf Dimey's - .
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featuring Edgar UERGEN Dinah SHOKE
Charh*- McCAHTHY Murtimer SIVjEHI) Donald
An RKO Radio Picture
MONDAY a TUESDAY NIOHT at 8 m
MATINEE TUESDAT at p.m.
Car> GRANT Betsy DHAKF in - -
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EMPIRE
To-day I 45 and t 45 and
Oanllnulni
Monday to Thursday.
4 45 and 8 30
ftf-th Century Fox presenia
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S 30
Columbia Smashing Double:
.1.-1-..in.- Courtland and Bevrrly
Tyler In
"THE PALOMINO"
BLONDIES SECRET"
From Th. Comic Strip
Blondle"
Starring
Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake
aa Blondlr Da.wood
HOW
and Ta-morrow I IS and
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To-day 4 30 and ft 30
La*I Two Shows To-morrow
1 M .mil H [;.
M.G.M. Smashing Double
Mar-hall Thompson and San
"DIAL 1119"
"BILLY THE KID"
Robert Taylor. Lon ('honey and
Mary Howard
T Grant Major. Canadian WR HARLEY M .JU'GHES.
Trade Commissioner station- ItX K C, a lawyer nil in.|.r,
ed in Trinidad, arrived yesterday arrived from Canadaafyraterdiiy
by T C A from Plarco. He is hy T.C A He was 'Vglim |i il
here for one week lo have dli by his wife This la their third
russlorn -vith the govemmmi viatl lo aUrfcaoloe and ih-v ere
obcut ihc Canadian Libert In a staying at (ha Marino hotel
lion Plan He l a gueat at the They are her* for about t-vi. and
Marine Hotel. a half months.
He was met at Seaweli by Mr To> Represent Barbados
J Kobert Peterkin. Secretarv of
l he Chamber of Commerce \fR CL I V 1 HFfKI.ES.
u c c ui i DICTA., Senior ASrlrul.
Mere ror 31* WaakS tural Pcasan Instructor attached
^,... ^> l SaSH.s W H R. JOHNSON |#ft for Trinidad yesterday after
'* was at Seaweli yetlerday noon by B.W.I.A. to represeni
meet her fitWr-ln-li
Mrs Vera Chase who arrived by
ihr T C A flight. Mrs Chase
. ;i- .itompanled by her douh
ter Mrs Valerie McLellan. The>
iro ftara for six weeks ond ar.
laying with Dr. ond Mrs. John
on at "Ellangowan". St. Joseph
Barbados at the Technical .Meet
of Rural Co-operatlvei in the
Caribbean, which opens at "Hon.
House" to-morrow. Tho meeting
i* being Jointly sponsored by tho
Caribbean Commission and the
Pood and Agriculture Organisation
of the United Nation*.
PLi%ZA TheatreBridgetown (Dial 23/0.
BETTE DAVIiaNsSsM C-orrtlK RUTH ROMAN
BEYOND THE FOREST"
MAT i Vhort. i M wm
"now raa usAOtisf-
Warern DOUOLAO
and -
IDtMO TRI BI'NStT TBAIL1
wtth Tom KBRNE
I'ONIH O :-
iiai amitn or aosiE nnmn
Colftr by Tacbnlcolor
inmi sTlrs
I KI.LNK I
*t a..I i
TO CANTON
it In
TMl I'-l-li IO*l
PLAZA Tbreolefj-0/ST/W [DIAL 8404)
I .-( t Btuei TO-DAT S a B.B am Wara*ft Daahlai
UNDER CAPRICORN" "** "OUNS OF THE PEC0S
M.nii., taoaasfi
Edward O BOBINSON
-'AMAEINr.
, - raa. .... Da<
i.i Humphrey BOOART
. I 1 Tl lllll.l -i
"l.rOBUI WA1HINQTON IIN 111*1
fix .trf (1 '*Tltri
v Hi M.FK BfOt'KTAJX
ai the Ocem
lo staying
Hotel
It is understood that while in
Trinidad, he received newi of hi*
promotion from Major to Ll. Col.
Short Holiday
MRS KATHLEEN Y FRANCO
arrived from Trinidad on
Thursday by H W 1 A and n
staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Girling at Rocklcy Nc
Road She was accompanied by
hildren. They are here
for a couple of weeks' hcllday.
Her home in Trinidad is in Marn-
val.
t.AIKTY(THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES
i TO-DAi i a a-a
i|KO.IUI
THE MIGHTY JOE YOUNG"
TERRY MOOREBIN JOHNSON--ROBERT ARMSTRONG
M.aSat a>4 TaraOar. SH p.m. iBKO-BaOMI
"FOLLOW ME Ot'RTLT" AFRICA Mil MT '
GARDENERS!
____ ______a___
iSave Your Plants (nun Lnsec
Pe*ts by the ooe of a - -
"IADYW00D"
SPRAYER OUTFIT Complctr
..Ml. Hoi. and Klttii..:-
only $t.l2
THIS SPRAYER IS ALSO SUITABLE FOR USE
WITII LIMEWASH
THE UAIIHAIMiS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON- FACTORY LTD.
WHETHER you drank orange Juioa or waiaky and aoaaa at tka dance at the Crane Hotel last night the
raanlt waa the aaawpink elepkants woro avory waors
Pink El.ph.nli. SaWerl
And Th. Sheriff
M
Promatcd
IT COL BOYD. donrnnwiil
' omrl.l |n the olln.ld. in
Venenifli, ^.rrlvl her. on
Trinidad (o, a .hot. holld.J Ha hundrKl couplM| mo , Ulem , Th.y
rtE Barn Dane, and Bartecue terday momlng by T C.A.
1 th. Can. Hold la.l nljhi Robinson .< a pilot with T C.A
T.C.A. Pilot.
and Mrs. W. F. Robinson
arrived from Bermuda yes-
Mi
A Real Thriller
A BOLT a week before Easier,
we are to have a real
il the Empire Their.-.
presented by LbO Barbados
bramatir Club After their bad
luck with -Blithe Spirit", the Bar
>;nnatic Club are going
.ill out lo make voiu l>li>od rurdh-
The play, which M now in i.
hearsal is "A Murder has Ixvu
arranged" to take place at the
Empire Theatre tovvnids u -
middle f March.
The cast includes a m
ber. at least to Barbados, for she
a professional act re-,
land, out here for a short rU)
mat several m#mber>. of
the club, and they have persuaj< i
hot to take pan In 'he play. Hoi
name Is Theliiui Valli:; Oir..
members of DM Cagt Include
Florence -"> will be remembered aa the
husband and wile in "Rebeci
Michael I.ynch. Nina Mici.<
Joan King, Cieoffrey Hunte an I
Noimnn Wood, who has given n,
producing, stage managing ai
everything els- for acting. Pal
Raison who Is showing very gn .
promise has her hig chance In thi
production
Shoe Merchant
Mi: warren t. fegan.oxm.
cr of J Gordon Knox a shoe
store In Toronto arrived by T.C A
morning from Conad .
.< month m Barbaih.^ H
ia staving at the A|ua',<
Powdered Milk
ARRIVING on the T C A
flight from Canadu ..
day morning wan Mr. Erwin Cu'
ham. of Ontario. Hen
pie of weeks holiday he is ataym,-
at the Hotel Hastings. Mr Cul
Mill- Powdi'i |
t. Oeorge'x. On*
l their inter-city route;
staying at the Marine ham
oatume, enjoyed the evening's Hotel, and are here for one week, turer
fun. Another T.C A pilot arrived ,
Sheriff Casey Jonas teased an from Bermuda yesterday. He Is Here for Holiday
occasional tenderfoot, who was Mr Douglas Willows from Van _,__
.tt in costume, Into the coral So eouver He is accompanied by A ''f-H three days in Benruul..
much so that I noticed there was his wife and they are here for a ** Jr- c J Weeks am..
a reward out for the aherllTs week staying at the Marine Hotel. !roni Toronto yesterday mornu,;
"capture" either dead or alive They were in Bermuda for live b-v "-C.A. t0 suend three month-
"preferably dead!" <*ays holiday in Barbados. He is Prc.-
The decorations were simplv ... ., dent and Manager of a lent her
wonderful Hay was stacked in oaCOnd Vigil manufacturing lirm lr Toronto
smaU bundles around the dance A/f ISS MARY WATSON who Hp "taying at the Ocean View
floor, there were numerous signs iTJl was down last year for n Hotel.
up and Jim O'Neale's barbecued holiday, arrived yesterday bv
steaks were popular as well as the T.C.A. to spend three weeks in
Barbados. Mary works wilh
T C A in Vancouver
hot dogs and hamburgers.
CROSSWORD
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Capt. Hai'.m and the Police
danct orchoalra who always ap-
pear In spotless uniforms, played
in a more informal attire. In
Keeping with the atmosphere ol
tho wild ond woolly wast, they
wore open neck shirts, long pants
and bandanas.
Texas rangers and cowboys,
wearing huge sombreros kept
beating each other to the draw
Sim guns were constantly being
I"tanned" around.
Pink elephants were seen by
M"
Here Again
LEONARD HARTSEUa a
;i nlrnrtoi in London, On-
tario arrived from Canada yester-
day morning by T.C.A. He is
here for three weefca. Mr. Hart-
sell was in Barbados last year.
Went To High School
MISS RAMONA MASCALL of
Trinidad
Retired Civil Servant
MUi'I'HY. a retiml
Serwint in Ottawa,
accompanied by his wife, arrived
by T.C.A. to spend a holiday
This Is Mr Morphy's lint visit
here, his wife has been to Baiha
dos before
Mrs. Morphv is the daughter ol
the late Mr. W. E Matthews o.
Ot'aWB, who often used to como
to Barbados for a holldoy
_ arrived yesterda\
_, by B.W.I.A. to spend a week al
practically everyone They were 1he Windsor Hotel.
hanging up and "floating" around She spent most of her school
here and there. days In Barbados. She used to be
There was also a huge hairy *:f*li''en, at ,h* Codrington High she'was
Off To The U.S.
Armas
I. Urea* up Ine lea eat. (Ol
3. Initial call U, save. .:n
6. What mi(N a cad >ot T (0)
I. Pacltj. (01
10. Il
12. Uni'. of e.it tnmiome lurce. (*>
14. By tiiu> tin' nor'.neiu ma> npi.-
approf-ai. tSl
IS NutlUiis bui a small avatar ar*
at thle place c4 relrraliment. II
10 Anviinni iliaasii aatiH la. te
10 A sweet, (ft)
30 Tunes Ton* fire* atldenee Bn
1. A aoutn African ant-eater tOi
2. To return (o a car noMe. i*i
3. Nothing, could make Mil* atruti
DM1. ill
*. Return seclLmetit to DllnO. i0 >
0 The snow leopurd baTWid
lair. |0, 7. Tart. \\
K. Thfl regimental <
17) 11. I
13. Vulgarlr it not. l. Coolact. (4> n. Peniea. II
JaltilLon ofittutaat puaila. -httmf.
i Noli: A Boa: I H'sqr; II K:.
i* aaix. ;' '. ia, ram. I'. H..I-
iv fioai'ite .Vdaw: IfgaSO. l'"
j. UnadMMo: S if. a Taaa. 5
SaDoiaU. e, Bananartf. T OutI
laih a ^Croeaai IT, Ohimti; ll
MISS JOAN

spider to frighten anyone suffer-
g from a "slight hangover."
Ernie Wakelam was on hand to
give some professional advice.
Not advice on how to stop aeeing
pink elephants and the like, but he
watched several golf enthusiast
swing a club i
whether they had o future In the
game.
Yes. it was a grand party.
HUTCH 1NSO.N
formerly a nurse at Dr. Bay-
ley's clinic left on Friday after-
noon by B.W.I.A., for Trinidad
intransit to New York
where she will reside.
School
Commercial Manager
jyiTR. ROY SMITH who ia Com- At Seaweli To Meet Her
With Sinclair Oil Co.
ARRIVING from Grenada yeo-
torday momlng by B.W.I.A.
ial Manager of Robert
Plntus of London arrived yesler- ]i/f RS. F. L RHODES arrived
..........0 da/ hy B.W.I A. from Grenada "A yesterday by T.C A. from
and toldT them SHI? ne had been *Pnding 11 Woterton Park. Alberta for
holiday. He ia continuing his couple of months holiday. H vacation in Barbados, ataylng at husband who come down in Nn-
the Ocean View Hotel. He ia here vember was at Seaweli to met-'
her. He is a retired banker.
They ore guests at the Wlnd-..i
were Mr. and Mrs. John Fischer
From Venezuela where Mr. Fia-
cher is with the Sinclair Oil C
for about five or six weeks.
Architect
V|R. and Mrs. Robert Moore of
AT*.Winnipeg who came down
via Miami and Trinidad, arrived
by B.W.I.A. yesterday morning
to spend a few weeks holiday in
Hotel.
Barbados. They
For Trinidad Holiday
jyfRS E. JONES and two
chi)
dren hove left for Trinidad t.
Wing at altend Carnival. They will ai
TW are staying-.rca^b^: tagn VrehU^WmnipVg .^rP montKndl'1" *"*"** ' *"*
,h*rX. ire ner* for "nort holiday, the Four Winds Clu
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MY papar lay. that durlnj th.
FMIval "Mcrrle Kngland will be
given (air) In natural wtUnsa of
country beauty apoli."
I hop. y. unyiaa of folkc
dauncyi.fr peraonvlle will be
allowed to drink ttirlr old. lemon
ayd. In y. aunclente
by a v.t.
kuled In a room locked on tlK
miidr?" he asked -Suicide." iur-
cested Sir BaHley.
In I'll...II,;:
The middle-aged peopl.
could a hone be planatlon. Whether the monoclo,
arc to correct a weakness In tho
eye or are merely an attack of
dandyum must be left to a Gallup
poll to decide. I once knew a
who very la-di-da cannibal who wore
a monocle. He invited a wlut
traveller to take pot luck wit1)
him. The traveller arrived and
what there waa to eat
............. .old chap." drawled II..
Corner.".. "Take your places rSftM" whJ the future looks so cannibal. "Bad luck, what? Ban
for Joan to th. Ploatic Vaypole ?J*.1 !|!f,Jn?id?,,-*ed 'hat pot luck, eh?'
hostelrye f" " "' that the outlook
for ten minute, after ye cloayng. SEj?'lBl"SL!?4K UJiopelea.
tyme. "We hope." said Mia. Enid ','"'' ,w ">". One: To abon-
tluffaugh, "to have real lurmi 1oon,hoP ' lower onasn-ll to the askct
of Medieval feeling at Newlanda "v" "' f" ."''" Tw: The "Yu.
and will Mr. Taplovu
laughing."
please stop
then childhood It was taken
for granted that the secure and
happy world they knew would
go on for ever. The young of
to-day grew up taking nothing
for granted.
Local News
Murder at Muckhunt (II)
By one of thoae happy crumccs
common to such sltuationo as this.
among the guests at Muckhur-t
Grange was the famous detective
Jack Malpractice, who had driven
down In his Thanatoo sports car.
He was roused by Sir Hartley
Giggles worth, who complained ".ove, this is no time to talk of
that his study door waa locked tho Americans who plav polo in
on the Inside; that he had tried to ntotor-cari. You can't play seven-
get in at a window, from the tKn fames of polo simultaneous
lawn, but thai It was fastened on / while blindfoldedev
the
Marco Polo would rub his
Eyes
A chew-player having won n
nine-hour game with his 76th
N. E. WILSON t& Co.
B*m ,h...... ih-,,1..,, 4.1 TIME 10H NER STORE f\ r
llouee well know* for New Coeds. (Senalne Goods,
aad law Prices.
11. Swan Street
TVTW.VA- ::::'.
,;',*r's:*,'+v.*+'*'*'*'s;
A ghastly story is this fro<~
.S'tenchinoion of an rp0-ma.rf.-rr
irho was about to mark a neu-
laid run when it exploded U'tth a
sound lUce a small horse rreadint;
on wet felt. .The c0-prader fm-
I'lcdiafely reyraded it on the
aradino ehart. Another nru'-loid
egg u-ai tubsliluted. Nine weeks
later fhc rflst(TTijnent eotifaiNiiiu
Ihia epp reached a aroe-eT at JVif-
rleld. A badger outside the shop
fainted as the epgs irere carri-.f
in. and at raryinp inferralr n"
- Ihese eops exploded, mildly pop-
Inside; and finally, that there "* motor-cars instead or ponies, piny u-ifh a sound like mulberries
appeared to be an animal in tho wonder If a slow.motinn film of ihrown at a u-ooden partition,
room. The roaourcetul sleuth at cheos-match. with a lecture in iNllneld Argus I
borrowed a hatchet from between every two moves, would .
the gardener, hacked Vie valuable warm the blood of young students runny Little PesLs
door to pieces, and strode intj ** dortl really wonder very 7Tiey Inflate ihemsettwo when
the room followed by his hoot, ntuch about It, as I am not in the angry. They then open their
At that moment George Bucket '" interested. mouths u-ide. utter loud erics nor
arrived from the village to tell It Is not generally known that * ""' l/aPP*na of a lai>-d.>i;.
hi.- story Malpractice was meas- Plo waa brought back from Per ""d lake a number of small hop.
ig distances from one thing to ' hy the great traveller Marco haekworas anO_>*'d- .
- ""M-" "- S" P'" JTS^SS^ 'XT h'ornea
rol L.uck loadl Bt .he Zoo. You could be
My paper tells me that Zulus pardoned for thinking It waa a
ing monocles, but description of a certain kind
for hoof punts on the furniture
He had satisfied himself that the
horse was dead, but that the
cause of death must be certified lack of space prevented an ex- novelist at a cocktail party
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MS DAY, JANUARY 21. 1*51
^1 \1>AY ADVOCATE
fu j
MM I OOII
AT THE CINEMA
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs Cheaper by the Dozen
Only one soap gives your
skin this exciting Bouquet
The 4.. nl- ii In
January
SEEDLING PROGRESS
Chralma* Comlita
AS SOON as tfae seedlings have
pa sain I babyhood and have pro'
| ground to the stage of young
1 plants 't it time to increase the
strength of their diet, and to give
| them their ilrsl application f
(manure.
laMmi will **- :
I beginner the U-: IBM
' to do this for it can hv plainly
! seen when the plant* have thick-
; ened and taken on a more sturdy
,look having pushed the gangling
Mage, as well as having grown
several indie* taller (height vary-
ing of count* according to the
plant).
It is almost better to give this
Irst application of manure a little
Ian, ratfaar than too sea
ttrongcr and more advanced the
>oung plants are, the better able
Uiev will be to benefit from the.
stimulus of the manure.
For Uiis llrst application of fer-
tiliser, nothing; is better oi more
By C. B.
, UNDER the tUM of CHEAPER HY Tllrl l'< >2 I
of the most hilarious comedies is now showing at the
Empire. Theatre. Based on the bo. ,. B. Gil-
| brvtii Jr., and EnwiUut Gilbreth Cure;.
Frank and Lillian Gilbreih, both of whon.
expert and laa wlnprgjg and vtemtUuk* lha
them and their family of twelve children.
''-5* ' "" "** P*0'. '** "<**> dnving. aM mm MB MttTi
picture, There is no gradual every race tMck In lh
Wilding up to a climax, but it is and he is rtn.illy fedusid '
lull of humour, the atmosphere oi JM KataraUj. Ibil stab
a happy and lively family and "0*nt last long, and bet
there's not a dull moment in it campaign Is finished
When the picture opens, Os" hrrwir "' ,nve wiih him. A thin
/-wiMMU Bcasavat lrsvra an
^-nnyaai
fh.it will haunt alt lm dream*. Ita
i i
i lkiu,|urr Soap
daily so you'll . be <
dasirabas, ex4u1.11.ly fanunine.
story. I gram you. bui ** ilh two
sta-h enjoyed k
Clark G RMta I..
mil IBs
I Bi hard and rullilo*.-.
THE PRESIDENT OF PILL8BITBY MILLS XMO. is pictured bar. with the Duk. and Duchess of
Windsor, sad one or tn* contestants, at th* aeoond national baking contest, spon-ored by the flour mill
log Arm at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City recently '
Pillsbuty Mills Inc. Holds
Baking Contest
NEW YORK.
An orange "Kiss Me Cake" turned into a Broadway
Ml in baking to win national honour and $25,000 for Mrs
Peter Wuebel of Redwood City, Calif., in Pillsbury's
"Bakeoff" at the Waldorf.
A baker's wile. Mrs. Wuebel husband, a laundry route sales-
was revealed as winner by the man.
Duchess of Windsor, who present. This is the second national con-
ed her with a check for S25.0OO lest sponsored by Plllsbury Mills
signed by Philip W. Plllsbury. Inc. Ihe first having taken place
prudent of the flour milling com- ,u,t a ymr ago. Last summer, by S35m%S2EE\"ZJ
dorf.Astona Hote, recently ..heliu,. SttjgS $ J^- S'S^Sg JZ
co were ctinois of magazines, newspaper.-
" and radio in the United Slates.
Hotel
3. A Oneral
mixer
chair.
Al the Waldorf. 100 eleclrn
ranges (furnished by the Genera
art> only eleven children ;md even
f-thcr loses track of Uu-m Th
twelfth comes along about halt
way through. Being n erneietwy
xport, fa'.her applies his business
..t home. Thntt i
Family Council in he has a part lh,.t suits hill
ilek family mutters an1 decided to Ihe Bround
" < Mores meted out To aavt
t me. father buttons his wabrt- phliticoted
coat from the bottom up instead P"i*r woman, and i to
f from the top down. ,h-e- *E&J*** ".....' <"'<* tha,.
,vina l~r seconds, and during **vofo
ulSLS (garden *.egctabie p,lcf. ,n (ne d,nlng twm fa|hI , |M ,
II h5 no diaaeneahle -.mell l'l--?W"1 'Ln,m fach on*' ln are graphical 1> -
shed *.nd be at hand Just when | way ^ ^^JJ
the end of the last operat
N discovered there la no film In
M OUugfS, The arrival of thi-
family at their new home; the in
vasion of the principal's office on
the opening day of school nn father's conversion from a chap- logue'i'iVaulVa th
ernn into the Beau of the High adOed atl
School Dance arc al) highly umus- ania/ing (eala p<
Ing epistxles. but the crowninc motor BtUBI gtlOW, lli.it !
one takes place when a woman brrathleas.
from New York, who is interested
In Birth Control, a ska mother t
be a moving spirit behind tha
rnoventgtPj In Monlclnlr Mothei.
who thinks this is too good a situa-
tion for dad to miss. Introduces
himand all the children'
needed. It brings no 11
and above all. plants respond
wmnlrrfulh |Q ,'.
But. a word of Hssrnliu II
mast be ..j.ris.-d rarefnlly and thiM
is i dlfhcult thing to get the hired
gardener Bo do
One gardener quite lately lost
a promising batch of healthy
young Gcrberns because the gar-
iden girl threw the G V M care-
. lessly about the bed letting it fall
I in between the leuvos of the
plants. In a few days i
scorched brown, only
tested each eligible entry in the
kitchen. They were nnally nar-
rowed down to 100, of which 75
were adults and 25 juniors (not
over eighteen years of age).
These 100 contestants wi
awarded the following prize*;
1 Cash prize of S10O.
2 A free trip to New York and
return at PiUsbury-s expense.! wither and drop off soon aftei
including two aim one-halll The G V M tdiuuld not u.oKh noinmBinnBnii"i.-iiii- . ,h pl _,
da,.,., U,. W.ido,,.As,,,.LrS^.Va,,''1^ w"..,,-^ -I"" for ,lad to rajjjproduct
Klextrie rmno r,,n-M,lerl hov- 'he roots of .. n"" -"", '" ,r" innnrrn ^ )n n.V(,N1) r||E f.,
1 Kitchen ublc^od Cnl VES^Pi Jl"' ,'"v,n ll Wl" CttRon Webb ami Myrna lay as ory of |h win oJ .. oountn
tauic ana be renhsed that it u. to the i>-^ father and mother .re both superh **loi *0, ' O-talrtJ
that the nourishment i* wanted m, Webb who is a master at lhK '', lUJnari and hi
and not near the otflstn of the I u,u type of comedy, is the loving ? ,rom M"-n '"*" l'"* pltn
rather, devoted husband and kind- Jo elope with bar wealthj lov-
preeious seconds scenaa of the "IV,.
Unfortunately, at Sports IVMt" al Ins Indlai
SpeMway In thta Bva hundred
Bum rss <. mi si U......i
ting past at break-neck need,
Iwai th. i ,
oraaininji uraa ai .t nu
ling over II
A fast, exciting film, the sUa-
" Beyond th* Fores! '
M
plant.
To apply therefure .spimklo the
G.V.M. b.tween. but awav "jsgaj
the plants, being very careful not
to let it come in contact with the
in the junior division of the con- Hawaii and
test with her "Cherry Winks" is a eligible and the entries came to
I7.year- '
Bernard Derous*euu from Rice directly to an independent "com- DuI-hesToTNvmds'o/
Lake, Wisconsin. She has baked oain in the US. whose business
since she was 10 years old. bakes is judging contest entries on a
bread every three days and cakes technical oasis, that is. screening
two or three times a week. Cured them for violations of the rules.
of a polio attack four years ago etc. This company narrowed the ..
by personal treatment from Sister eligible contestants down to a few
Kenny. Mrs. Dcrousseau was ac- hundred, and these were in turn
companied lo New York by her given to another company who
quantity
A-* regards the quontits to l
used, it is diflicult to lay do
The orange "Kiss Me Cake" u ,'"'**. ond i sometr _
ascribed aa a loaf cake in which be "it*<**ung for each gardener
baked ihe ground-up rind of an ' experiment wiih and to try out
Aa it cornea out of the J Wlln different plaiita for them-
is smothered with the w'vw As a basis from which to
ly autocrat of the family, whib
M.M-na Loy combines gentl.-
Tonic humour with her affect tor
for and shrewd understanding o
hi large family
be M-iumes and! aatttoi >f UM
hiive lcen faithfully repro
... di.ied to the last detailcontrlbut- "
something that should Og to the charm and atmosphere
As you know, the picture Is in
T, i hnieolor anc* 1 recommend it
without reservation. It is a warm-
i' 'id. humourous and tr
that her plsjfi will n>
posetl. (the is (broad t<> conunil
rourdstr and n
trvya herself and net unl
COOKEHY COKNEK
Vegetables are one of our most and cut them ln half, take out the
iniporiant roods, and should be leeds. Now take out the onion,
eaten at every main meal. They cut it In half, then peel off two or
need not be dull and tasteless if three of the outer leaves and place
i the mest advantageous them all In a fire-proof dish. Ar-
range it so that the marrow Is
This week I'm going
to deal with four vege-
tables. Marrows and
onions, two of the
most unlnleresting
vegetables If just
boiled, and tomatoes
and eggplants. These
vegetables ran of
course be cooked in
a great variety of
ways. But why not tn'
MoSoi than) for a
change, they can pro-
vide an excellent en-
tree, and can also bo
served cold with salad and solv.
the problem of a Monday lunch. wh breadcrumbs, place in a hot
Method- Take a small marrow, oven for 20
a large onion and two eggplants, minutes-
and boil them in two pints of salt-
ed water for ten minutes. Then
take the marrow and eggplants
s'ufT the
round the edge, then
the eggplants, followed
by the onion, and in
the centre place a'
tomato which has been1
cut in half and seeds
taken out.
THE STUFFING
1 lb. cooked meat. 4
small spring onions, 2
teasnoonsful cooking
butter. 2 oz*. bread-
crumbs. 2 eggs, salt
and pepper.
Mix all the ingredi-
ents together and Uien
vegetables and sprinkle
fi&**
juice of an orange which seeps ,,arl however try
into the still warm cake. It Is spoonful to each half ki-owti plant,
then decorated with nuts and pre- Sprinkle it un the surface of the
served fruit to the baker's delight, < osrth. nnd with a small hand fork >
"Cherry Winks". Mrs. Derous-1 just scratch it In very lightly to!
seau's national prize winner in the l mix it in Then water the bed
junior division, is a cherry, boll-{well,
day cookie her grandmethei ,
taught her to bake. FLOWERING Vl.NKS
Both these priM-winning recipes > "Thi* While Christina*
can be oMsuned from the local Coralilu"
Bri'dee?! f "" our *** HofUal
SSS Ied vines the white Christmas
Coralita ranks high, and to th..-
desert- [<**** >uhlful Him.
representatives, Robert
Limited. P.O. Box 108,
town, agenta and distributors for I
Plllsbury Mills Inc., suppliers of
"1JHEHTY BELL" flour to this
market, and the largest exporters
of flour in the world.
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This vine is a sturdy hardy
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quires a large expanse of strong
wall to climb on. It does not
grow from seed, but must he
planted from root taken from an
established plant
Except in an exceptional
reported recently in Hongkong. drought it needs no garden far*
has focuased attention on the I in the way of watering or manure,
veritable wave of suicides which although no doubt It would re-
has been sweeping the colony ^pond to belter treatment,
for the past month. The methods, Some people cut it back each
were varied, but so far no one i year (about July lo August) but aj cuttings to exchange'
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a woman who swallowed a pair; be left for some years or until
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as a rule in November, and un-
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sprays and trails of blooms b)
December.
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PACE FOTT!
SINDAY ADVOCATE
SITVDAV. JANUARY 21_W1
BARBADOS GOLF TEAM
FOR TRINIDAD
A Look at The First Cricket
Trial Game
By o. s. omn
A BARBADOS aolf team, sixteen slronftwelve im-n
and four ladles will fly to Trinidad next Sunday to
C. Walcott Hits 41 In Trial Game
play a series ot golf matches against the St Andrew**
Club nf Trinidad.
The team ha. been chosen from membe:
Hockiey (Joif and Country Out)
i ..lling it a Barbados le
Interesting Cricket At
Kensington Yesterday
A brilliant 41 by Skipper Clyde Walcott i-nubUtl hid
XI to score 177 runs in their first innings yesterdaythe
first day in the second Trial cricket match which was I'laa-
ed at Kensington Oval. C. Grecnidge was not out with M
SCOREBOARD
At the end of play John God-
from members of the dard's XI had tcoTM 21 rUM Itt
ii so 1 make no upoh-gy lie lo nce the Rockley (lull ing marked the day'i play i-nd
and Country Club sponsors the only organised golf com- shourrt that the game "is really
pinions in Barbados at pi. inter !.,..rlmental. Most of the
The ages or the members of the team range from time thr bowlers were on lop
llfteon to fifty years and among the twelve men are four Barbadian*, forcing, ihc batsmen lo use their
,WO ^*Ji*hnien, lwo Americans, two Canadians, one Scotsman, and fast i onsinVrably.
one Irishman.
at square leg dropped him when
rsilTl one of them into the air.
At 7. 3') p in the scoreboard read
.".it Marshall continued to
howl steadily and hi* third over
was a maiden sg,in> to WaJeott
When the won- WM 01 Skipper
(.oddard brought on Hoad to At-
kins and three runs were scored
AI.-.TT-V XI

HuJIHH
Mllliii.ttH-
F AUInMl I. M1UI1.

B. Cave Vm k. Waoui b itr-wiker
X. HllunstMi b Wllllini
f '*ri ..la. -MM
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vi ,.i ...k.i. i rw * i an ** I
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f tor is*, b ttl, las, is*.
IKIWI.INC ANAI.VWS
a. MillliKhiX
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I-. Mull ii-
K amiikn
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: BBSraSM
OWUNO
Unaccountable Nature
In Race Horse Breeding Abo
Nature Has The Last Word
By BOOKIE
|T IS woudeilul the wiiy nature keup* d.l.
the most carefully laid plans and pet tbeone
of man. This is evident in every waits of Ufa. No
better example of Uus is afforded than in the game
of horse racing and breeding.
Various scholars, some men of law, others n.. >
of medicine and even a few mathematicians throw u
t lime or another been attracted lo the spun of racing
and breeding and many are the theories whicn they have expounded
In the last century or more. How many the occasions are when the>
have been right, they have ncvei failed to M us know, but of course
OsH never hears about the cour > y were wrong. It is this
second point which has always Intrigued me and not l<>ng ago I mad*'
mention of It. using some apt words by Professor Bull for illustration.
in, hu
THE BABY OF THE TEAM
r\AVID INN1SS is the baby of that team and has only turned his W..coifs XI first inninp J. Wil-
XJ llfteenth year and John Rodger Li the oldest member. David ""n* ' College and R Branker
started playing five years ago and at the age of ton he showed con- ,ook two cacn
-idcrablc early promise. Among the spinners E. Hoad
His experience is limited to the RockUfV court* but he plays off l,roved to *' ,hr most troublesom.-.
;.n eight handicap llr is ,1.11 at School and is a pupil of Harrison '> ""rt,n>* Wl,n '"'^ "* '"'
College. ->* 'uns
John Rodger who is the oldest and most experienced player on
the team is the current holder of the Open Championship and is win- Winning the loss Skipper
i.er of several competitions in Canada, hu native land, and in Bar- Walcott elected to bat on
bados.
The team will be captained by Colonel Richard Vidmer who is
M American and has probably played more courses under a widei
variety of conditions than any other member of the team. If
ol the Americans on the team and plays off at scratch
Carl Mulllns of Police bowled to in this over Milllngton was also
a good length mid he took two of brought on again this time bowl-
wickets for 24. runs In Clyde lng medium to slow. Ilia first over
was a maiden to Atkins. In the
fourth ball of Hoad's fifth over
CVealth Score
112 For One
Walcott fell a victim to Hoad whei
he wus nicely slumped by Gerald
Wood His forty one was attrac-
tive. Lucas went in and was oil
Irtata. Hoad's figure* at

R17. W.
wicket When the score was Uti Atkins
WOTIIEK AMERICAN PLAYER
JAMES U NfcALL who is another American is one of the long hit-
ters He t the only- player to score a 2 on the long. par-5 flltii
note at Rockley for a double-eagle. He u a nine handicap playci
that seemed to be easy but taking went after he gave Wood a catch
a llttli- turn. Conrad Hunle of at the wicket
,, Bmpin Hsd C Smith, the College third ball In his seventh _
one opening bat. opened the first In- Cave joined Lucas who was 8 nd
nings for Clyde Walcott'* XI (ri* \mtt 5,11 f the over which waf
Hunte took the first ball frotTi Mil- a mi,(<|P( Keith Wak-oti at second
imgton hieh ieat him and went .v|lp dropped Cave
through lo Wood. K *^*^
pulltJd a ball from Ho.,.
MADRAS, Jan. 20
Scoring III ft llic loss of
Gimbletts Wlcki the CotssSMIi*
MrMlth tourinr. 1 am ilni-l.( ,t the
second day ..1
2ta run- 'i< ".-
!!!,: *..;;ii q| :'<
nmonv ...iUi gained the
untiative early to-day and the
Millington's '- ",en 1,dded,0!l1'*
104 to the ovcrr.ght total of J57
A light, g Innings ot 51
Compton,
\\ a>lihrot>k
Score Centuries
Owi t.n.4ll
LAUNCESTON CRICKET
GROUND, Jan. 1.
An innings of 142 by Compton
and one of 112 by Washbropk
wr im higniignia of the M.C.C's
score of 382 for 7 on this second
day of a three day match against
Combined Australian Eleven
T,
'UAY what makes r
form of tne two horse* Atomic
iot make up for
oihers
Hon. Kenneth Hunte who was recently granted Legislative hon- hall he hit for 11 brace. The
Th' -x1 Jf'iS-VSK ;:-. -r "-"- - -
go by
bll
Cave hit a single to open
ours is another Barbadian member of the team. He is^eidomspec- imd over~was'howled "by WiUUmi ** 1" Hoad"a seventh o
tacular but is a steady scorer off an eight handicap. He is boat of College lo Smith who had not Lucas began to go after the boi
aroundthe greens and deadly with his putter. He is vicc-caplain yet scored. His second ball Smith lng. but Milllngton had Cave sub-
ol the Rockley Club.
J. O'Dowd Egan is an Irishman but he has been so long
that he has come to be regarded as a Barbadian. He is noted foi
being u great partner in a four ball match and although he is errati*
.a nine.- lie can tuin in some of the finest golf on occasions.
He was former open champion, and is rated at eight handicaps.
. Jged through high In the slip, ducd with his accurate bowling.
ilh us rlunte went down and hit two
ns In the next ball.
At this stage Hunte was getting
He varied the flight of the ball
and had Cave stretching to a ball
that was not there. Hoad broke
,ving oau 'noora ,hrough Lucas' defence twice an appeared to be a bit
worried ,he ba" ** ,md off to B'vc Skipper
er conceded four runs. Milling- was a maiden over. The score- morning andI both left after seven
n now began to catch a length board read 104613. had been added
but when he bowled his deliveries 0,. #n., ,^ .___ .^ Mankad then dominated, play
OTHER TEAM MEMBERS
T-NHE other members of the learn, William Atkinson, the biggest, aainat WllVpinw Wililams"eecond Goddard B brlUlant catch. This
J- and winner of the Pissadent's Cup. Colin Bayley who in less
than three nan has made his way into the ranks of the finest in the
island. J K. K, Christie, a Scotsman who started as a boy and Is an
experienced player and the only left hinder on the team, James too far on the off Hunte never
Utteal another experienced American player, Michael Timpson. an look any chances.
tngliihmao and Schoolmaster at Lodge School, and Bryan Wybrew,
another Englishman and one of the most dependable golfers on the.
team, all make up a formidable combination that will be worthy of
the best that the St. Andrew Club can offer them
by M.mkad
the failuM OS
much of
Cmngar and II.
of 173 yesterdiK
When Ih. Co
ted the opeiH-i
was nothing wn< 1
et and Merchant
change his attaci
the hope of pn
ntling down
This met w. h success when
Mankad had (.. 1 1 let* l.h.w. hav- ***
nig scored 20 but though Emmctt
28 was troubled by Chowdhury's N*w
-tr breaks, he und Ikln 50, were ^"""'
unbeaten at the close of play. Hoi*
Overnight batsmen Kishcnchand fkeHoa
-md Fhadkar did not last long this \L
:all these flaws on breeding u the receni
11 and CMM Bow. in the case
of the former it la actually his dam witn whom 1 am ooncOrMd most
and tnerefure it becomes necessary to include Cross Koads in the
discussion as well.
Chi lad is that if we went oy the experts, nobody would want
to chouse April BBfcOWers as a Drooa marc II they had the upportuiut>
Of selecting one from my ball I dOMO saani Minpiy by looxiiig 01
their peuigrcvs. Of course most people out her.- not being experts.
which may be a blessing in disguise, will tell you that she is by a
Derby winner. This is gun- *. Wturl UMJ do not know n thai
this very Derby winner himself is the one which makes April
Showers pedigree weak (according to the experts'. For it la well
known that April the Fifth, with scant respect for his more blue-
ulooded companions, proceeded on a summer** day in 1932 to annex
tne English Darby, much to the amazement, and possibly the chagrin.
The Combined Eleven scored 289 r llie mol learned professors of breeding In England. They imme-
in their llrst Innings. The M.C.C. dialely proclaimed his victory u fluke of breeding, and a few years
at present therefore have a flrst later when he was a comparative failure at the stud, they claimed lo
innings lead of 93.
Scores:
ic good done by < OH|mnid ixsvsn1*1 Mm
are s partnership ra.r.r -i.t iim>
Shp>ard e NobM b Cow in
inonwt-altl, bol- gST,' ? C'""
rorad that there Cn - -Ufa the wick- IWhlWw',/l,^*ft,\^
is forced to g*1^ ^b 'DJ>r^
>'dn.ually in n^i.-t .< out
Eilnx MO byw. l* b-. 1
nling them iron
Total dor 1 w*tsj
I <>t wlrkai* : I '.. S5S:
J3; S3T0; 7-8B
nowi.iNn ANALYSIS
! n H
Wicket Cone
The hrst wicket fell at 20
Bowen followed and was otf during his fast and enterprising
with a brace. Milllngton contin- ,n,ngs. He thrilled the crowd
tied to hold Cave in check When with his square and late cuts and
had reached 114. Mul- finally was caught at the wicket
the
14,
LADIES ARE GOING TOO
POUR ladies arc also due to accompany the team to meet the ladies
' of St. Andrews in their own scries oi matches. The selection
l the Rockley Ciolf and Country Club
was made after pr
and those
the ladies'
Miss Katy Lenagai
The four ladlei
two
Hunte, whose score
jtten.pting to glide an lnswinger
from Williams in his third over
which was a maiden hit the ball
into the air and Hoad fielding at
silly midon took an easy catch to
id Hunte in. C. Atkins of Spar-
___Hns was brought on in his secoi"d by Btophanaon U*ytBf to late cut
BD anall l/i Pu {! lanfniw Iiinfli U/ur.ll.i TK lnoi ihr^i WlckeU
-Renter
spell to Cave lust before lunci
his seventh of the d
maiden.
wardla
fell for
The last three
ily 29 runs.
and Mrs. Brenda Wilsi
all familiar with the St. Andrew's couise. The
Weekea Hits 151
Against Greoudu
After Lunch
The HrM over after lunch WSJ
bowled by Norman Marshall to
isful in gaining selection were Mrs. EU/al^h'Vidincr |s!!r\n>rauMssd *" *" D1*~" Bowen who was three. Abuut lr>
aptain. Mis._ Isabel Lenagan the current ladies' cnarnpion. 'smith iOOD followed Hunte as minutes after lunch, Milllngton
Mulllns bowled him In his third took a lovely catch at second Blip
ball of his first over of the day to dismiss Ilowen In Williams
lenagan hav. iaarnt their golf-U,ere-ueiorVcomTng- To ^uf^X^ff'tetS! AE Icor^fou? """^ "^ *""
Barbados wad. Ml*. Vidmer and Mrs. Wilson have pltj* there Tev- ""g.^imsSiI wenVin and was off d ~
eral times In the past. lhe marl[ wltn a single. Atkins W. Grecnidge followed and he second wicket knock, Wcekcs bc-
Those of us who lore and appreciate sport for sport', sake will opened his scoring with a brace got off with a single. When Cave u)lt 151. before he was caught b>
at once commend the rapid ateps which the Rockley Golf and Country from Williams in his fourth over, was 23, Wood caught him behind Johnson skying nne off Gerry-
Club have made during the past two years to establish golf as a Mulllns bowling with three slips, the wicket of! Hoad Km; Hasten and at lha close Grenada
recogiused branch of sport not only in the local Held but in the Inter- kully, Roy Marshall at square joined Greenidge and he loo worn
colonial Held as wall.
Tornadoes Win
Advocate Cup
BY their 63 victory over the
Hurricanes in a polo match at the
Garrison yesterday, the Tornadoes
Dcun Brothersended up wln-
: of the Advocate Polo Chal-
lenge Cup.
The Deane brothers showed
themselves easily the better team
and Vere Deane who scored three
ot the six goals was outstanding
good judgment. K. Deane
rum proved their point.
What therefore now intrigues me is ih.it a mart* by April the
Fifth should have become the dam of one ul lhe best creolea in the
West Indies in training today and certainly among the best that has
over been produced in Barbados. To show that all the credit for
* Atomic II does not belong to his sire O.T.C.. April Showers has also
, produced Cross Roads (by Dunuslt) why was one of the best two-
year-olds seen last year. In the light of this, we can only therefor.
" regard April Showers as one of the muM valuable broodmares In
m Barbados, if not the West Indies today. Yet if we had gone by tho
theorists, she would perhaps be languishing in some Corcntyne Held-
3_T?*4.of B.C., and begetting foals for half-bred stallions. Perish the thought
NBXT WO come to this buatnSM Of mcog Ml ,-pi intci's and stayer*.
Here we shall see how breeding will upas", uie rnOM carefullj
sa t laid plans. It is a long tune now thai i have bOsn campaigning for
sj 2 longer luces lo be introduced into oui racing programmes, but llrst
2 I let me say that in doing so I have always inauc it clear Uiat we want
at a a Jew long distance races lor the few stayers that we do have. But by
*> the way my suggestions have been received one would Hunk that 1
had advocated more long distance races than sprint events.
I am repeatealy reminded that there are no stayers among the
imported horses capable of racing properly over more than nine
furlongs while among the Creoles this type are practically non-exis-
taut. Thoroughly convinced that they were correct in uus view our
tracing authorities therefore set about the few long races we did
nave with an axe und removed them altogether. Accordingly when
they came to purchase stallions from Kngland they bought either
sprinter, or middle distance runners. Thin they lelt was a sure
way to make certain that long distance races neve- never again
ieared their ugly heads on our programmes and the public could
enjoy lives, sixes and miles to their heart*' content
NOW the time has not yet come when these line sires recently
imported have had an opportunity to hhow their stuff on the
race track. But if 1 may make so bold, I would like to sound
a note of warning. What stallion was more of a sprinter in England
tnan Burning Bow? By Bold Archer out of Ankaret, by Blanford.
ha was bred more for middle distances. Bui he proved conclusive!-,
fiat he was be*, over six furlongs. Therefore when mated with a
jprlnlers,
and sire of dams of sprinters, what chance would there be of turning
out anything more than a good six furlong horse'.' Certainly, accord-
scored two goals and the skipper,
Collln Deane scored the other.
uitE.it<\ua, Jan. to. pQr Hurricanes V Weekei inat "v was oe* over six furlongs. Thurcfoie wn
,haL^T'!Cr '.r fAV',?, "P"-"- ore Aho scored 279, leaturcd a brilliant u/illinmi on. *nri """" "' H-"r'" "* "* " -hQ~. UM..i^ ,u
In the polo competition then.
A Class teams. Hum- inf ^ flU "> rules of breeding, one would hardly expect
quickly after he stalled olT lat-
for a run and was run out. Brad
T-MIE I
a. repr
ended <
leg and Norman Marshall at line
lug had Atkinson m check. Then
HkSL' t kltlkl.T TRIAL I.MIS Atklrwm In trying to relieve bim- ,|U4W w,..u |n 1IU m,iy lass-efaf-ad 0M ' 211hitting
it Trial game in preparaUon for the ffCl of the Trinidad ff" -JX ^M ot the over ThG two baUi unUI n" WM h,l"Uli l,! nl ,np Blx- Granl scorcd
representativ. cricket team next month has been concluded. It I^ed like an "nswinifing yorker uver ^ Branker. He did not sco.e n run out by Rob-
lam, note but I am sure the selectors have been given nZ nsr^board read .1H/.V4 ^ ":""" '"' Di.i>ton II. Mustangs and Creoles. ^,vCT--------- .- ,..., ,
much food for thought. he """ "W Fucor ^rkcr 0|ncd GreesUdge Syrnmonds 7 A loyne 4 Amory 5. ^i Mustangs for the DeLima ul this way^that a lot of other, will, f am not asklna that a lot of
I can scarcely be accused of being a pessimist if I write that the Walcott In who was 22 and after making a .(udder 21, Holder 3. Bartar I, challenge Cup. long distance races be framed
SSasI g&ffggRgPTy f ia,"dtt, f selecUoo Is the C. Walcott joined Atkins who JW nice strokea to cover h. was are the other scores. . Warncr Bolton cup wU1 -^ what I am saying is that if a mating between Burning Bow and
^^iS^^S^toti^SiSSjiSflSS *U'W Hme' " >w < Mullir" "ret bal1 ,f f1"";^ b> WuH ?. .f ,Hoat'* ,u "'". : '" lo Blven tothe team which hasscored Chivalry can produce a home like Cross Bow. it will happen to other*
., tr,,J?u,9 V r m^ '. t"" W1inJ"J*t- rl-K^ f L -"oad. Jnr Branker and Keith Bowen, both alow drove for a single to open his of Wulcotfs X* at 177. who witnessed the day's play. ltnWd by Mr. Warner Bolton of *^
right am. .-pinners at time, were impressive but I think lhal even they Jorlng At the end of his third A T-ylor and R. Marshall Tin- v.Mtors will be entertained Jamaic,
---------------j . cross of
anes. Tornadoes and Cyclones. "* taiure to be a horse who could baldly warm up until he had
In the Cup series which is now ,un slx furlougs. Yet such a horse Is Cross Bow.
, ,; .. ended, Cyclones played Hurrl- By Bummg Bow out of Chivalry, by Sir Cosmo out of PerspecUv,.
minute, Waafcag raaObOd cane8 and Hurricanes won. Tor- *>> Solario. the fact is that Cross Bow for some reason, best explained
c.Vi .?'.'-? '."" "... I"1 "P.V'-1?'6^ nadoes also beat Cyclones. So ,u yesterday's match was the decisive tioied above, on his dam's side, and therefore he has turned cut to
one. he a stayer, pure and simple.
There are two B Class teams. Now I am not saying that special long distance races should be
Creoles framed (or Cross Bow. 1 am not saying that because he has turned
themselves >
ihl<\Su?'JiiMl'a!3.S0l.>,etin to,u'n"l,nt form. over" ""MiiUins had taken two opened llie first Innings tor John
i eacl Le'rf^ma'Scp i i -1 LfT" '"C ? beimProv- *"'Hets for 13 runs. After WU- Goddard's XI and both batsmen
1 can see no reason for dropping Uam, had bowled live overs Nor- playod uradshaw with conalder-
McColll;
j with en
him out of the second Trial.
i dance at the Aquatic Club
NO COMPETITORS
. y*!I.LlNGTON as a medium fast left arm bowler, in mv opinloa
ATM. has no competitors for his place nor can there be any who will
question Norman Marshall's right of inclusion.
1 think however that Norman should toss up more of the
rJowcr 'uns to entice batsmen into making a false stroke. His bowl-
mg is jo steady and accurate that he is Inclined, to push the baUmen
back on the defensive at once and they then make up their minds ZZTZTttoZm
not u> take a chance and this minimises his chances ,.f luring them
into a false atroke.
ible ease. Only one did Mar-
shall snick through the slips off
i and this was so low that
it couldn't rcallv be made a catch.
Belleville Lawn Tennis
Tournament
The results
Lawn It .:.r ] i
When stumps were drawn, bnih continued yester
Mulllns nt\uneaUgot tho ball to Taylor and Marshall were um:_-. u (oltM
ise awkwardly to the body and h-ated with 9 and 10 rc-tpertive>y. Men. singles
Walcott gave his chance off The match continue* on Thuis-j J- 1- at. Hill beat A. F. Jemn
hen Roy Marshall day. * tfU>-. 62.
| .mii Double- (asBssfsaagO
man Marshall was brought oh in
his place and sent down a maiden
over lo Clyde Walcott whose score
was eight, Walcott and Atkins
were both checked with their scor-
ing as the bowling of Mulllns and
Marshall was steady.
The teams yesterday were:
Tornadoes^C. Deane (enpt), V.
Deano, K. Deane and L. Deane.
Hurricanes V. Weekes, E.
Williams. E Deane and M. Edghill.
Six chukkas were played. Th.
lhe Belleville CUP'! will be presented next Satur-
irnamcnt which *->" t a presentation match.
iy evening were ---------
Shooting Results
lh.it our authorities recognise that fact! I am asking that these horses
bo given a fair chance. I am also asking why glory in the W.I. should
be reserved for horses like Jetsam, Senwell. Zollas and September
Song, and none for those like Ras Taffare, The Brown Bomber,
Gammon and Salamanca?
RECORD BREAKING STREAK
BEST WISHK& i notice continues her record-breaking streak up
the classification ladder in Trinidad. Having born lhe llrst two-
.. car-old bred out here ever to reach E aLMI before the- Arima meeting,
he now bcomes the llrst three-year-old ever to cornmence tho year
la class C2. Anybody who knew sometlung about racing, and who
:night not have been in the W.I. 'or the last year, would imagine on
-adlng this bit of news that tins lilly had performed some spectacular
Mil
I cannot understand why Roy Marshall has not beon bowled moi
luring the Trial. I am sure that a considerable amount of use i
going to be made of his bowling before the tournament is over
*"" no1 ""Pressed with Barker as a pace bowler
Wlule has good direction and some bowling sense he is only fast-
mcaium and must nt once be considered in the same category u
Norman Marshall and Denis Atkinson and so out goes he.
Brickie Lucas Is still the best of the fieldsmen and lie should be ; Sisnett beat Mrs. A. Q'N Skinner
encouraged by nt laast being made emergency fieldsman Too little . j y?. McKmstry S fl, 6__1
stress is made on fielding nbil'ty In these parts. It Is no secret that In -j__5
uther parts of tho wurId ability as a llrst class fieldsman has swung the Thc mj,,rhes |..r Monday eve-
nd although pendulum more in favour of a player than almoat any other equal ", w(n ^ M f(i(1(
-----.deration.
Members of tho Barbados Rill' .-.....-------------,..-
................. Association turned out yesterday 'eoU auruig the course of thc last six months. But I guarantee that
F. D. Bnrnc3 and C. B. to get a practice on the small bore ""V would be shocked to find out that all she had done was to win
r
range. There were t'
competitions nnd then 1h
general practko.
Mr S G;..diner came first wiU
58 in the Good Luck competition
HUNTE IS A CERTAINTY
P. K.
HUNTE has bee;
................ .,, baUman in the making
Iho cSm 2?rS, ?C "E* 1"*?, PM*"- mu"- '" and nlc. but lhe aupporl ot hundred, of aimpla country folk to whom
i/di ,K. ."TL'" "h":h th0 *"w his Odd Ho ahould con UM .-ucccss of Hunte Ma more than wouhj at lint mret thc eye If
V .\,u '"Plain rather than charule the men around at hM own will they fall lo Include him In the First Test.
I Ilk ,n y cr"*"t, OT * The Second Trial haa itarted and by the time that this is com-
hi. ij. >;oun*f nian s IjowUng and would like to sec him gain pleted thc Selectors should be in a position to weed out thc super-
SLi,1T^ .*' c*p hl1 nuUntalns his good form but I certainly lluous and get down to the re.1 job of team building .n the remaining
snail not condoiio .ny boorishness or indleclpllne on hii pan. time at their dlipouL
favour of a play
Men's Slulea
t J. D. TrlmmuiRham vs.
L Roach.
consistent and has proven^is ability dii.great D* ^n. s,niI
such an extent that one could hardly' Miss E. Wormc vs. Mrs. A. A. possible 100 In the general pmctlci
gain selection except he is medically ^Gibbons. were:
Ladle.' Doubles
Mrs. S. C Lao and Mrs. C.
tinner vs. Mis> G. Pilgrim and
ifra. A. O'N. Skinner.
Mlxrd Double. (Handicap)
Mrs M. G. l^gge and C. A.
'atterson vs. Miss D. Perkins
land V. N. Roach.
wo races in F and two more in E. When they really got down to
a and examined the type of opposlUon she ran against and the weights
he carried in these races, I would defy them lo tell me just how tho
lassiflera arrived at such a decision.
Nevertheless, I predict that with this new policy in classification,
id Capt. C. E. Nfblett scored 50 ,ne d**l* WUI "t be far distant when we will sec creolea promoted to
to take tho second place. ,las A Oh *^t two-year-old form. It has taken three years for them
In the Pimpernel Mr. P. Chase to work down from placing creoles of four years old to those of three
, R R. Nicholls. was first and Capt. Neblett second. ** old in the imported classes at the beginning of a year. How
long will it be before they promote them there whilst they are still
two ?
OTHER PROMOTIONS on the list which attract attention are those
of Cross Roads. Thc Jester and Paris. Cross Roads admittedly
won three races, two of which were with heavv weights. Yet the
company he defeated was not very hot and a jump to D2, in ray
opinion, would have been enough for him. But how can It be assumed
that The Jester Is also good enough for D proper when he won the
Breeders' Stakes only and that in the most inconclusively run race.
I also do not see why Paris should have been moved at all for w-innlng
one handicap with light weight.
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Mr. S. Tempro.....
Capt C. E. Neblett .
It. S. M. B. G. Marshall 97
Capt S. Weathcrhead .. 97
Mr. M. G. Tucker...... 96
Mr G. E. Martin...... M
Mr. P. Chase ......... 95
Mr. M. A. Tucker...... 95
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M MAV AI>\H \ll
PAGt FIVE
Two Yachts Promoted
To "B" Class This Year
Our .Melilintf I 01 i i s|i,,inlihi
\ T0IIV\I>0 I MM It SAIL
?
RAM.fcK and Wizard, which were formerly in *'C" Class.
lave now been promoted to the "B". Stanley Cheese-
ten, skipper-owner of Ranger, is making preparations for
I nd Regatta. He did not race yesterday The usual
rew will be sailing with him. Wizard is owned and skip-
Jim Jones.
iik Leacock's Caljeae
ihe Intermediate this
Ned Camngton also i* not en-
tt over in a tenng hi* Intermediate boat
Melwly This will not prevent
Ned from taking his Sunday
cruisae. The boat is already
launched. Father Hnpkln* i* also
retina: the HI Ho.
Dawn will again be skippered
by Arthur Evelyn His crew will
be brother. "Dopey" Evelyn and
Stanley Carter.
Pan For Sale
to the Bay Street Boy
' and 'In- members thin ;nr
getting a time of their life
of if Wh.it with tl
tenter's shop that wan recent) v
ed at !hc bock of the Boys*
i>y should soon have
Calyawo singing
!l be remembered that the
n was ihe first sailing canoe
nter li.col yachting It gave
.v good performance* m light
ars bill >ng ant!
ed w, Inth wit"' cni i
Speared as though it weuUJ
. occasion* Jack
II* '" fm i-u w mi ir -
ck ta sailing u Tornado tbis
I K 11 /.rli>r Idris
will be filing with him so
hope there will be no more
nining around markers thla
Ic RolniiMMi. who ..long with
was particularly keen uboiut
Fox'a Tornadoes.
Big in the Tornado Chi
42 Breaaawa).
Ml h.uton, who is ot preseni
Mudymg In Canada, will be inlss-
-i verj much Eric and Ins reler
Pan kepi ihe "D* Class lively last
ion raaattntai rfnttw Btsl
uMnaiky last.
Cm lain (' E. RuiSon, hit
father, tells mo that he intends to
M'll the ran but it is however en-
tered for to-day's rating
Taddy [load has already launch,
ed his "II" Class boat Fantasy. His
eiew will be either Emil or Ken-
neth Taylor and another.
His son George is sailing the
His Gnat in the Intermediate. Bruce
owned Stoute and David Grant will be
will be sailed Jolntlv by him- 'ailing with George.
and Andrew Arthur. Ycl another sonTonywill debut In the "C
many occasions "Robbie- has he **ihng this season. Tony at R B- Francis also owns a Tor-
furaged local yacht enthusiast* fkipperlng the Tornado. K 40 nado Hla \9 r 39 but has not
y one of Fox's Tornadoes. ^J ,an,f wi" ** carrying ye, &,*, n,med
way, insisted that they would Mills Cecil with them Johnnie Hoad *ays that the
.turn over in tropical water- LTo,lL.v''Ji? 'e>" skipper of Tornadoes are beautiful looking
would snil perfectly well In * "B Class Uaasae- TJnrftae b tjeal gusts. Well 'Robbie". 'ias hecn racing since the early
ft wishing vou good luck and thirties but did not enter the com-
1 Lnfl Don't braak away. ration last year
THE TORNADO K 29 "Cyclone" was not succasaful In yesterday's
Eegatta. ltn reefing gsnr was damaged and she aid not compUia the
trst round.
"C and "D*" respectively. Tony. by William Skccle, .-ailed \er>
Pile's Madnasa is also making her I well It was first in the Inter
mediate Class. Second was Don- resolution
aid Stoutc's Invader which also tontion by
Back to White
leader wQ
again be seen in
lediate *ivision Its
per will be as usual Donald
Donald has changed the
of his boat from black
to white. Tills is because a
Already Too Fait
W,:i !. n Has.sell is agaui skip-
ering his "D" boat Olive ~"
orgy Baggott
rafy speedy He is not willir
comment on whether they wi
capsire in tropical waters
FIRST
REGATTA
THREE Tornadoes started in
the "C" and Centreboard Claw
hen the first Regatta ot the
looking forward to a
er performance from Invader
Evelyn nnd his brother.
ailed yesterday evening
laont] bwffott, its owner.' will be Unfortunately ihvy all failed
:t the helm Lionel is the type
completi
the high
sailing with
klm. Winston tells me that he
has made no alteration.- becuuu
_ 'the Blossom is already too fast."
other yachtsmen tried to "e w thinking of wuiinng the D"
nuate that they could not see Ll-J* trophy Uus yaur. ----- rs^r-^ h| r,ul
boat in the water last year, it Another D" boat Sin bad has ^"
Me that the water is green bul KSLfSSSSfS W-,U| a new 9K*
it about those white ."alls
Ping In the mr.
ot helmsman that changes .....
crew nearly every regatta there-
fore It is not yet known who will
be sailing with him.
K 3 Thunder, a Tornado, is
owned by John Bladon and he
will sail it himself His wife will
sail with him
Hal Cole is skippering K 37
Temptation. It is owned by his
father H. Donen Cole. Hal has
not yet picked his crew for the
Tornado races.
coald's father is also keen on
kg and at nearly < v< i .
Rta he can be seen with Din-
ars fucussed on the yachts
fciiilly Invader
fortunately the boat was
iged early last year when
ng out of Rockley Bay. The
before it won the Frontenac
hybeing the first to register
on that trophy,
ler Ince la again aklppering
pntre (murder Cannes in the
Class. Ho expects his crew
Hamilton Black and Pelcr
B" Class
rest thta
Burke-B
is taking
in and so 1:
first round due to
nds and choppy seas
One. K 35 Edrll. which is owned
by Ivan Perkins, turned over
twice at the beagle. It however
sailed back to the beach and was
hauled up. When It turned over
it only took in about two pints oi
water but the crewNoel Empt-
age. skipper, antl Ivan Perkins,
soon had it floating on both occa-
sions
John Toppin':
equipped with
Mischief has bee
a new stay.
The amusing incident was when
Ivan returned to the Yacht Club
Ii beach. His son who was standinc
111" again be skippered bjThu} son nearby asked : ^'paddy. did you
Stanton who is looking forward **'
to a ouccesftful season. The crew after her chai
will be "Kruier" Taylor. Lionel '"O"1 tfte deck
EUwaids and a fisherman called
. Bull."
"Kruzcr" seems indispensable.
'Gounod Cox also named him to
Edrll turned turtle
plate broke away
ts skipper Ham-^^ onc o( lhe crew ^ h|f In|er.
(mediate boat Skippy
Derniot Bynoe is racing Ram-
bow again with the samo crew
tainbow scored two victvrias in
cr Shamrock.
:uela, d
i yenr,
interest.
EtogatU
vith 83.77 per cent, .13 per
more than War Cloud and
14 who held second position,
ce. which Is owned by Dr.
P. Harkness. is likely to
ter the "B" Class compoti-
At present Dr. Harkness is
the Island but he is expect-
return on January 23
K 29 Cyclone, which was
first Tornado to be launched, was
not long In returning to the bench
after the race started. Actually it
waf the first Tornado to be beach-
ed and it was followed by fcdrtl
gave a good performance Johi
Hunte's Eaglr was Qurd
Dennot Bynoc's Ralnbew am
first in the "D" Class Second was
Geoflrey Johnson's late andThiui
Winston Hassell's Olive aaMBaskV
Result* were as follows :
"B' Class : 1 Movru Blau; Z
Okapi. 3 War Cloud.
"C" Class. I Folly. 2 Rogue; :*
Gannel
Intermediate 1 Dauntless, 2
Invader; 3 Eagle
"1>" Class: 1 Rainbow; 2 Imp; i occasional
3 Olive Blossom J concrete ha
All WJ. Team JAN m m lS6
For Olympics The Topic
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T net \A7o4CaV
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world atl.lelicn. with eyes on the
iptc tlan-es ..! ll.Uink.
supported by Mr Ju<-
tlce K R 1. Ward, t imirman ot
the B.G. Ulympi, CeaaaaUaaa
Mr. Jut.ice Ward is of opuuc .
hat the sending ol a Caribbean
Warn lo Hel.uiki was the right
ceurse to puraue. and r confideiil
mat such a team would give a
lot of trouble."
"We may posibly lu.x,
bean Oamaa meeting ui Qtsngead
as a Uy-out before puking our
teamTrinidad is obviously the
place for u." opined the Judge
The idea of a B W.I OCyWapM
Federation ut nothing new. In 1W4C
!'.' .'..;,.!
repreaet Mttah Gt.i-
ana, Jarr.iica and Trinidad at l.'ic
Central American and Cnribbem
(iames -i Uarranquilla.
i ei ting ol Caribbean ath-
I'iisacd a resoli-
UOD m epttnsj the prmci|iU* i
fatabl ., west limkui and
Car.bb.an Athletic Feat>atkn
Tlip resolution also urged that the
details of the Constitution at tin-
proposed Federation should b
I agreed upon by corn-sponden. .
between the Olympic Committee.
of 'he three colonies propose <
toutidat Ion members.
But the implementation ol the
'.i- del.iM il l>\ .i nil;
J
oilhuul j bwnup
H> Irll TtK.rtSay !< --k
He a>te ui .11 bkvina*
o I WM aM mild --id -li
Far Bainday In Ih* Mh4 I'hurcl.
M nnpM lh ImI MM .ball
Which irirBii* HiUmut rpoili\c
w* iii ..ii m io h-i<
t.m J. .M Mn and mam*e
.nl W.IIIta plain mvit >ll*l|M
It i.* mm iui imwiiiii
b eat ib in io utr
I IT1 tSaa IW tltl r-,W"
To put thin*. Tltti .... lard
> ivopf whose aaarta ar* ,ie* i-utui
War-hip nnl> by word
' You'll *m idem OtrhtatM mornina
Aad wu a*iici day
\n.l all thr olh Sundaf
I... awwralK kar*. aM
bane* Joa l rtlurah
loan -...i and >wt-cl
, .,. ..i ....
critics as to the legitimate repre-
sentation of Jamaica at the Bar- ;
ranquilla talks Meanwhile, con-
sultations between British Guian.
and Trinidad had resulted in thr I
Mtttmg-up of a suggested consti-
the operation of the'

The new B.O.A.C.
STRATOCRUISER
now on the
Atlantic routes
flies on petrol and
supplied by
oil
SHELL
proposed Federatioi
The question was again dir-
Cuaaad In 1IM8 during thoOlympit
Games in England, by the vari-
ous West Indian team m.nugrr>
Slnce then, the prop linngs bul nothing j u tor rat
been done
With Ihoar who "rwst-tn pa*
Wall pa> mr tha I> aali*
Bacau>r as llkr Ih run
K-panaJly whan rta a muSc.iI
i.Mr Amu* Oel Your a"
Vn pniplr in Barbados
Air muth adaUl ot lifht
Do Warn Ihrti. and ir*n tl
Thru Anally jou will *
THIS SOCCER RULE
NEEDS REVISING
Sari wl.H-r'
Thr a.inl> Ihr blahup Mill
Oil! S U> I.U...II1
Tha STJ ould b* "bt-hMri
na r-aopi* no need hrill< i the Ru thy Union
mfrinyci lrnl which
Ills.
Petee Wllw
aeoaltt Incident
Seal! i asn ptea-LuWii
and aay* In- iiuni, >
a-H lhe
Its I
, Michael Mnyers, skip-
he first two regattas last season.
New Bottom
D" Class Imp, which Is owned
by Geoffrey Johnson, will be
sailing this season with a new
bottom. The old one was a bit
weak.
Late last season the "B" boat
Okaal was equipped with a new
nail. This will prove an asset to
this boat this season. Carrol
Burke is at the helm while the
ctcw will be John Chandler, his
wife, Harold McChelery and U. O
More lead has been added Puckering. Mrs. John Chandler
keel and she is expected to is the owner
fcster The former owner was George Stoute
again In Rascal.
and Hal Cole are
with them.
Returns This Year
Class rllrt, water of the
I. did not sail last year but
entered this year's compell-
Braimon but Eyre Klnch, its
owner, will sad il this sea-
orkle" Roberts is not enter-
lUinbird this season. She
Id in the "D" last year.
kie'' tells mo that thu Rain-
is already In the water bul
or racing,
expects to skipper another
t but lays that its name Is
illtary secret",
-haps "your humble serv-uf
his accomplice the photo-
lermay be able to arange
il out in the Ralnblrd to wll-
this season's regattas, provid- the
it gives the alarm before
[n
Sailini,'
i Perkins
per, and Ian Gale, did not get
welting. After the reefing gem
was damaged Michael decided not
to continue.
The other Tornado that sailed ,
was K. 34 Comet which wds skip-
pered by Maurice Leach. Maurice
and crew however moored the
boat off the Club and went on to
watch the racing.
Steady SaiHnE
Commodore Wilkinson's Meyra
Blalr did some steady sailing and
was victorious over the
Class boats. It defeated Mrs. John
Chandler's Okas* by many see-
ls turning out onds. Third in this class was Jack
Keith Atkinson Badley's War Cloud which only
expected to sail won from Teddy lload's Fantasy
by a few seconds.
Again Lester Toppin's Felly was first
taking time off m the "C" Class. Second position
SHOULD Soccer take a leaf 0
: ult! book when it comes to a dclibc
mrvonts & certain jioal?
A bitter controversy has Mbsbti because ol |ht com-
ment by my colleague, Robert Findlay. who, writin.. of Um
Southumpton-Luton match, said:
"GoalKeeper Streten slarled
the day by stopping an Eric Day
r-eiiiilty.
half) was jt:-tilled in tipping the
ball over the bur with his fingers ,
It saved a certain goal, earned
the penalty."
1^1 me aay right away that 1
entirely ngree with Findlay a view.
A defender Is there to do the best
for his club, and as long as his l
ettotsl ii" not physically hurt any I
member of the opposing side I i
don't see that he can be blamed I
lor using any artifice to prevent
the opposition scoring.
That isas the rules stand
But I do think there's a strom:
case for some revision in aM
rulM
I've heard it suggested that D_rilv
there should be a free klek p" ely
awarded from where the Incident IU i :_,,. , unu
took place, hut then you might! d U,h' KnaW *
have the riduculou* sight of all > MOW eaa (ootu.il riutv agre
11 members of a learn crowded tu sell Cuj^tie thkvte U> sup-
long mrtr goal-line while some- porters only if they buy ticlu-t:
me took an 'nnsn1y blinaerlfor ICserve malt lies' Surety thi
from a yard and a half away i.nptaes u 'coiuliHon f sale"
w.
Ara la*it>a lhr*uh l"a .lark
Tha paoplr hv tha thouaanda
Thi- hall. Ilia Unw. iha bii>vd
Ara luahlna III for haallns
And m* ulr thay all B">1
ma leb.
there ii
a strung ease for aotne re
vsdon in Soccer rales
peestiilv ua Ihe Unas of
Kagbv inlon laws, which
rnal.le the referee tu award
j penalty try
Hilt in the meantime dmi'l
suggest Hi.i Owen wanTi fully
Justified in a. ting as he did. Owen
was trying to ave hi ulr ;md ii
I had been he I should bave dotM
hat he did.
MOfC Severe
again from the horses. He is tho went to Gerald Nkholls' Regue
..wner of the Tornado K 35 Edrll. Peter Ince s Ganaet was third.
It an once owned the Frapetla
Maurice Leach is skippering his
Tornado, K 34 Comet. It is ex-
peeled that Charles Durant will
sail with him.
Some of the oUier boats thai
sailed lasl yearnot mentioned
in this artlrlewill again be In
mpetilion this season
Dauntless owned and skippered
Wales Beat England
SWANSEA, Jnn, 20.
Wales defeated England by 23
Dints to five in the Rugby Uni
MMabeaave and Buccaneer are international match here to-day
both making their debut In the Realer.
The Ruhy Union is far more
definite and far more severe .
Put ol Rule 26 of the laws of the
Fame reads:
The referee shall award a ley
if. in his iiplnlon, one would un- .
doubtedly have been obtained but |
for Ihe unfair play or unlawful
interference of the defending
team. Such try shall be awarded
between the posts."
The additional sting Is in the
I tail of tins rule because 'the '
i unfair play or unlawful Inter- '
lereniiI" may have taken place,
near the touch line, but by award- '
ing a try (three points) between |
the posts it makes It odds on that j
a goal (five points) will be scored.
Perhap'. Bo that lhe whole onus
of deciding what would be a
certain" goal should not burden j
one man alone It might be aa weil,
In Soccer if the refeu.- had to
consult the linesman who should
be In line with the goal.
And isn't il also ft
the fans leave bat Ota
uii ii.li ui
ti,.
Whi'
I.MI FTlda> Io.
i atreneih Io than impart
reastfl Save our SH>
,r la.lltl.laii* UM
aa ui.ir rabfa ol hlhsheaa
Tu undarlaha bul* --li.wi-.
T*ll Ihatn tl.*l lallh aurpaaaa*
All ot lharr londaal dream-
I a uir. aaafei BrWeii*'.
Orp-waUr harbour lash
| a.,. S "powar-pMa*
A"* rovatoua and Mars
! Do liaal tham. brolhar haal th*
lw-4.1 fin and frel and hand
in it> ii>...i to autka Barbadoa
iponsored b*
JAR BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
nnd the blenders of
j&R RUM
When
PAIN
strikes..
remember
Phensic !
r you take Phemh:, the touncr
better, for PhciwicA
Hie sooner
you'll feel better, for Phcntic's nuik.
safe action will hnng relief, lift awa>
pain-caused fatigue, und remove Weal IM '
in a mailer ol mmuin. I'hcmit neither
lunns the bean, nor upsets the Moinaih.
Be prepared for p un keep a supply of
Phensic handy
Phensic
fur ,/i/n /.. adfl idiet
FRO" MEA?1CHEft, RHEUMtYIC VS, IUMIC0.
1 NEKVE PINS K* .-MUI*. INFI MRU, COl&S I SVUI i
awaawsaaasswakja. Sswaaaasassl
DO YOU KNOW?
//vie**?
S5*>
Andrews
LIVER SALT
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Hera 1% REAL ro/Jef . .
For real relief from c&enmatk
it b easwitiaJ to correct
When they are one
t<> the accumulation of bodily
ii ipuntiea it means that year
kidneys whkh aheald iNsr
uaray these harrnful tm puntias
i. - attiggiab and need a nieasosas
la lone them up. Da Witt'.
Khsnee and lll*> Pills are
s.^cially prepared for Uua par-
l>ose. Tbaa soothe aud tona ap
i v.(dr-rrd kidneys to rtfactiralf
'hat these m*I organa apaedUj
> turn to thnr normal function of
thr sy&irm of impurittf*.
..... PiUa ka-e saaa
beuanatk aafsrani
parts of tba world
nth grau asceasa. Tais saw
incdVint assy b Jest what
yea aeed. Co to year
themiat and obtmn a
supplaofDeWitt'a
Pius right
now.
ufactured uaonr strKtly hfgianmc
Fiona and the uagredVnt
to rigid staadarda of i
De WITT'S PILLS
eXE
glHKI.V one of (he i.....I
i oliiuilul ipeelarle- in
Hi. whole t'ar.....ran .-
Triiinlatl'- Carnival, nml il
I- veil bigg, r ami brltrr
Ihii year To go then by
Itni Mi Wi-t Imlian ^ir-
MtaJi i- ii'iiveiiieiif MM
mi NJtasVtito.
('rnival for 1041 in Trim
rkd <>ii iVIlssjlj 8th L *-
i sonielliing *OH HOtbld
really try to m-c. consult
yOaV srmlsn West fnilinn
ii'watva agefst for ImhiIcmik*
let i \H\IV\I.
teh
BWSA
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
LOWER BROAD STREET. BRiuGLTOWN


PAnr six
BH An\OCATT.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 21. 1951
B^R\0OSfiiAmt)GCrE
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PiUM kf Ut. AiNMll C. US. _
Sunday, January 21, 1951
STAGNATION
BARBADOS is a tiny inland, a really
tin/ island, among thousands of other
islands, some Uny. some large in the
Atlantic Ocean.
Its population is infinitesimal compaied
to Jamaica which only has 1.237.063. Yet
Barbados with an estimated population of
202,669 cannut OB "the pniundh of its small
size and because of the relative small num-
ber of people who live here, afford to be
churlish to those who offer them benefits
nor to spurn chances for economic devel-
opment.
The British taxpayer by means of the
Colonial Development and Welfare Fund,
the Barbados taxpayer by means of the
Barbados Government and the Canadian
Government by the generous provision of
skilled engineers have together expended
brains and one and a half million dollars
to produce at Seawell a runway as good as
many and better than most.
The speed with which the Barbados Gov-
ernment took the decision to go ahead
with the runway at Seawell is most com-
mendable as Mr Maurice McGregor Oper-
ations Manager of the Overseas Services
of Trans-Canada Airlines stressed in an
interview with this paper last week
But, sad to relate, the Government of
Barbados have not shown anything like
speed in their handling of the bill to aid the
hotel industry. Quite the reverse. Lest than
six months after Trans-Canada Airlines
had inaugurated their service to Barbados
from Montreal in the late autumn of 1950.
representatives of that airline told the
public of Barbados in a published state-
ment in the Press that Trans-Canada had
to refuse hundreds of passengers wfco
wanted to spend the winter of 1949-1950
in Barbados. At the same period Mr. F.
Maurice McGregor told the Public by
means of the Advocate that Canadian in-
vestors were willing, nay eager, to build a
new 100-room hotel in Barbados, provided
that the Government of Barbados would
introduce legislation which would guar-
antee them an initial period of freedom
from taxes and the right to remove a ian
share of their profits from the island.
Canadian investors have a right to ex-
pect taxation concessions because almost
every other Island in the Caribbean Is em-
ploying "tax free holidays" to induce in-
vestors to build hotels in their island and
thereby add to its value as a tourist resort.
But the Government of Barbados having
availed themselves of the generosity of the
British taxpayer, the offerings of the Bar-
badian taxpayer and the skill and resources
of Mr. Wilson (that most excellent Cana-
dian engineer provided by a weH-wbhing
Canadian Government) has not considered
that the only logical sequence to the bring-
ing of greater numbers of passengers to
Barbados is the provision of accommoda-
tion for them when they are here.
* Seawell airport has been modernised, in
so far as the runway and certain other
facilities are concerned, at comparatively
little expenditure by the Government of
Barbados.
Now the opportunity is still being offered
of acquiring a new 100-room hotel at no
cost whatever to the local taxpayer. There
is only one question to be decided by the
Barbados Government.
Will it or will it not give the go ahead
signal for new hotels to be built here be-
fore the island loses many more thousands
of Canadian dollars, at a time too when
Canadian markets are being re-opened for
normal trade?
How can Barbados contrive to maintain
its reasonably high standard of living
unices it uses every possibility of develop-
ment that offers? Tourism is God's gift to
Barbados. It costs us nothing except our
consent to draw on its capital.
And if the present Government of Bar-
bados continues to refuse its consent, the
remedy is in our own hands. Let us turn
them out of office at the next elections.
We can do it with our votes, if we all vote.
registration of all persons entitled to vote
at an election of a member of the General
!>. For this purpose the parishes
and City of Bridgetown will bv
r, district! and lists of voters
(which will subsequently become the reg-
ister of voters) will be prepared ior each
registration district."
By dividing each electoral area into
registration districts, the voters should be
enabled to cast their votes without as
Hreat inconvenience as formerly. This
newspaper has long advocated the setting
up of a number of polling booths in each
parish and at last a much needed reform
will be carried out. It is proposed that
each registration district should contain
approximately 450 persons, and if each
registration district is provided with a
polling booth, voters should be able to
cast their votes with a minimum of delay.
The Bill provides severe penalties for
any registering officer who omits the name
of any person entitled to vote. Clause
* provides: "Every assistant registering
<>fncer who, without reasonable excuse,
omits any name from the preliminary list
of jnlcrs in the preliminary list any per-
-on not entitled if, be registered or fails
\ viction before a Court Summary Jurisdic-
tion to a line of $500 or to imprisonment
I r 6 months and shall forfeit any claim to
ees under this Act."
Many such accusations were made after
:he Trinidad elections and by imposing
evere penalties the government of Barba-
dos is endeavouring to ensure that there
viII be no basis for similar charges here.
One might have expected that the exer-
cise of great care in the compilation of the
,sts would have been implied in the ap-
intment of an assistant registering
licer. bu; the Bill specifically nacts.
"The assistant registering officers shall
.. xercise the utmost care in preparing the
preliminary list of voters for his district
, nd shall lake care to ensure that the list
..hen completed contains the names, ad-
resses and occupations of all persons
whose claims have been collected or re-
ceived and that it does not contain the
1 IBM of any person not entitled to be
> gistered as a voter of that district."
The procedure will be for assistant reg-
. Bering officers, who will be appointed by
.lie Governor, to visit each house in the
district and to leave a form of claim for
each person residing therein and qualified
to vote. Subsequently the assistant register
ing officers will collect such forms or they
nuty b^ sent to him. When the lists ^are
published In the Official Gaxctte and post-
ed up at various points in the district, any
person not on the lists may make a claim
or may object to the names of any person
or persons whose names may appear on
the lists, but a penalty is provided for any
l>erson who knowing his objection to be
...:< makes an objection.
The Bill should serve the purpose for
which it was intended but it can only do
bO if the co-operation of the public is forth-
coming. There are bound to be mistakes
whenever a new system is introduced but
these mistakes can be reduced to a min-
imum if the members of the public help
the registering officers and their assistants
in their novel and difficult tasks.
REGISTRATION
WHEN adult suffrage was introduced
last year, it at once became apparent that
the means at present employed for the
registration of voters would no longer be
adequate to cope with the new influx of
persons recently enfranchised. It thus be-
came necessary to evolve some system by
which voters could be registered in an
efficient and expeditious manner.
The government of Barbados was for-
tunate in having the recent lessons to be
learnt from the Trinidad elections before
them and it was their task to attempt to
avoid the short-cominRS which became
apparent in the course of the elections in
Trinidad.
On Tuesday last the House of Assembly
dealt with a Bill of which notice had been
given on December 12th and which had
been read a first time on that date. The
Objects and Reasons of the Bill state;
'This Bill seeks to make provision for the
Like manv presimt-oay
BObSt^. SVLICEVVIKl UftKNtD
HIS TRADE WHtN THE tlOLl AR
WAS A HANK-KOIL, ItrJD
PRE N Tic L HOTS SELDOM
srt it r wiki, onitoi whJ
fOUK ClNfS llJUrtllTiii
BlfwtEN OL TllKI I OH
70H/ i^-^so-^rrr
I CIKJ (W
aisiuii'. a,wi
. NOW IN 1"Hri ATOMIC AGE
Of enlightenment awo pso-
-GRfSS.AS REGARDS THE OLD
POLICY. SPLICE WIRE IS CON-
SERVATIVE, AND HON.*
D. V. SCOTT
& CO, LTD.
TO-DAVS SPECIALS
at THE COLONNADE
Usually Now
Tins ALLSONS ROLLED OATS % * .
B-tll.-. RAUVA JELLY *,,
Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER * 20
WMMM
Sitting On The Fence
"Children are conservative waTHANlFl GUBBINS '"" ,Al1' And what it the point of
They llki :, bit .,i Berimes, "r NrVlrlrMNitL uv. .. lt in)rw,y
when It is tailed for."Mies . ,,_ , Call bock there are warm, ioni.
Ethel Sturdu-iclc. former heed muw t" we *U1 .tclrlc are in (ortabltf qul(ricr. tor middle-aged
ilatrri. of St Pool i GItJ- Uvingioom lithe >..me_""- ,up,e on Surre)-Hunts border
i... momberin. a ....-olFuel whai.iv.oiii?
she
. hati
T'hAI.Ils.K, kind leather, oh. Minister to put kittle on Of"* PJ.W. shouts upstairs
please donl be kind. f "^.EJ/k.,',,' nIF nlneT" kn"" '"' '""s aw,ul vUh
V~*5?SS~ " *- -SMS -jf^ii ?-B5Ai-Mi-i
.,. saBRrSi ess ajvttsa em^haAiS
Teacher, kind teacher,
sons begin.
Try to believe in orijinal no;
* i itui tin hi: .
,_ ,., i. ._*. Veil back she can switch on
P.L.W. asks why ^kculdataa be wh(|t liM kWt wh#n ^ Uk^, put
responsible for dro,>pinB lUel^n kcltlc on Mon OT afler lurnini
Tr> ;oe sir in "wha ^r^j." ^v ."i :* !& ps--. w _?--. hm
. uirnriiiitn-.il, niii, ifi.ii.iii, iiijuii-
c-n parade. |M with. "J& ^^Twa^ 0h*ii ttorkm"1 ta SS for a"
A*K her to rememt, r workmen'! cm-
l BbOdnn SeottmentaJ Switch on both bars of Are,
PLW n:medlaie!> :urns off fire lurn clock-s fnrr tn wall, read old
.nd loisoos B-id-nini rlMg cup Of dipping-Tin- Bw House of C
tea. mons Ts equipped with perfect
ir.- i riaai
Sweet little Oeraldine, smiling at
you
It thinking of something outrage-
,, _ j_. ' muiia la cuuiuutu nmi tnim i
llesSel Jennifer ShirieT ard Sv. itch on Bre in workroom, put heating, n.hllnj ." and beeln
Maragret. Jennifer. Shirley, and cUM m ank flnd a "wl,{ [r*cn ,mRm
mornings work nading encket
news Have Just givon up hope of
England winning third Test when
Nice unl. Timothy, well b-v~ ^Sfr^^?S?S
fur underjacket and mltteru.
ibsorbcd in cricket gossip,
Jean
Are depraved, anti-social mali-
cious and mean.
wher
John
Are planning a hold-up
R^awrs p.. ^ sitls, that forget to switch on till
.per drop-t from numbed fingers.
Rise stiffly, switch on, forgetting
Run away teacher liefore you gel
hot
h' noS-nt'e^" """" ~ ^S^TS^'SS^i'SSi
They mask a deep hatred for one
we despise;
We mimic your accent, we
you a fool.
We laugh at your kindness .
we're out uf school.
Scoonf* o' stut.i-
"The majority of Scottish
people are not much concern-
ed about the theft of the
Stone of Scone" (pronounced
scoon). Consensus of .Scor-
ns', opinion.
"Scottish cakes and scones,
once famous here and across
the Atlantic, are not as good
as they were." American
visitor.
-N Aberdeen or Motherwcll
Di w ,.ik(ri,h, -mini .he can't ^ on>" ,r"'r Scottish toon
e!s,\Vlon,^ ;!nou.,hh^t*or "ere nae sye murh cons.lrned
._ ..'hatever happen* to wnrkmen
under cranes. Did I say put kettle
i.n before or aftn lighUng gas?
And what's the point, anyway?
Shout back ior heaven's sake
ir loaf H you light gas be-
abool
The thievln o" the stone
Scoon
The few that blether o' the past
The few that greet, they greet
alone
TaatheTi kind teacher, so inch
, gj|?b-i a detestab,. gSKSE^KS '" '*gSltVjB*
TnacSer Jnd teacher, ol.... ""' "Ufltry. Thctore light ...
smack my behind.
a/Mr putting on kettle.
. s
NOTE fo fdc Enplisli: To oreet
lo weep. To blether is fo make
fuss tor so / believe).
VOTE to the .Scots: 1/ lo oreel
Kurl l>iarv , ,, ._* does not mean to icrcp, and if
' NoUce own lln- rial been on 2b alone is Dronoiiiicrd alftnn
orkroo.., is heated a, elee- nu, Switch otl d turn from Z ,J^"5,toot ill.
trie nre I ,ead_wlth apprehen- nal column. . ,,.;., ,, ,fBhrapp.-or
can saving hello to a funatii
ton Minister of Fuel';
bum fires two minute ..
every 20 to save 800,000 tons of
coal between now and April. How
am I to read papers, concentrate,
if I am to remember to switch off
every' 18 minutes?
dvice to Read:
less in "Good neu )<
couple lerkiiiti H
able quarters,
border; eoMral
(jnj. each."
P.L.W. calls up
...Alf0 ."'" U'e partner, gas out before she takes kettle off stone')" of
Plucky uttle Woman, that she or take kettle off before she turns
..'iiddlf-agrd For any confusion / apotooise.
fin, comfort- .VOTE to the clerov- At, des-
snrreu-Hanfi aiU their advice to others, some
.teaiinfj, 4Vfc members of the clergy seem to
xporBhip graven imaaet. t opolo-
>es she(turn oise for nientionini; the ttoon (or
(or at all).
L.E.S.
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Don't Keep If Dark
keep silom no longer.
Everybody in Barbados knows
that hundreds of Canadian visi-
tors could not come U> Barbados
last year because there was n-.t
enough hotel accommodation. Ttn'
-M
dos about three ytor.
interviewed students
the same hotel.
Barb;.- into prison during the
ago and he offence was that he was born
f all hues in Nfadeira and dlri not have
British passport; although he had
Not long a*. I ate an enjoyable .TLhTT'"^ *Vt R,rl'lM',Gujdns
luncheon at the Ocean View in ,0 n8hl for thc Unlted Kingdom
company with the Vlw-Princ.p-1 Because some fool in the RAJ
t that because the Advocate "f" nl.ve"', of.,lhf W ft" Ml* like a fool it does not mean
them so nearly one v.-ar ago, RjLndA? ***[' ^Z"^, ,hal lh R A F "hole is run
Everybody In Barbados Know, Bowen'4AIl Sam Loais Castle my oy foois Nor d b3aSd
that more Canadian visitors thJO *"e,,,ndfc' ?*nI a 7>o enjoyable .negation about racial dlsSmlrr
Ian year will not again l>e romi.ig *""**{ having lunch with George -
_ ... __ ^ Piln Ulan am > n __-_ ^Ji
. 1''^"''^^,''",,!"^^'*,' Un GtORGC HUNTE IgW discrimination still p
truth. The one believer ihnt h. ?ffltr Ivor Cummin> is darker ",ve al, home and only go to
keeping q^ueTand saying nothing Uian l "" bul Mr Kcl"> > the *&*#* infrequently bul I submit
>ou can aehieve an objective m !125. c?loui
the interests of all Tlie other ,necked ln "' notel run by a -' wo years in Barbados there
believes that bv telling the oeoile J,r*ek and "o6 one told Ivor that does not seem to be any hotel of
and hv ijiltinw ne cou'd not *,a-v He went and of anv standing which prnrtices
vou.an "ure Mr Keith l!ke th good racial discrimination. The RAT
Christian he is. went with him. authorities in London threw |
whole truth
them into your conodem
gain the desired end.
I believe in telling the peou| ,k X
the whole truth That is why I * J
It II 1 "*'" ! llllll. .. a w 111 aLaflli .(It'll Ifir
The same Mr. Keith stayed it British Guianese friend of
Schuyler an Amer.can negrTed.: gSj5 i^K,09 mea" tha ,h*
N-gro weakly. ^^^I'n S^SaTS
form.
to Barbados this year. They ki
because they nad it In t:ie
Advocate on Thursday last WO. k. ,hc, p'l",'h ewler.
But what evorybody does not At Sam Lord s I raj ^ member
know is that there U no need for 9J luncheon party in honour of I submit that the evidence
Canadian visitors to be tun.ed u"Pb Burke and Theodore which I have detailed above (and
away. Everybody does not know Seal*^ both of the... negroes and every word of It can be substan-
that a BUI has alreay been drawn both from Jamaica At the Hast- tlaled -
> to assist by taxaUon concessions lnw-Hot*1 BBy^VJor_8'*ck > quite the coo'teary aod^proves
"" beyond any possible shadow of
w|tneasea> suggest*
nvestors in new hotels in Bar^ Kuert of Theodore Scaly
ados. Nor does everybody know Rudolph Burke. doubt ^mi the l hotels In
Twice have I njov.d lunch with ""bados do not practise racial
"Inured colleagues and friends. ^J*orimina^tion to-day. whatever
ten
that that Bill has not been broutflit
forward yet in the House of A-
uZ racial i,rrlmln..ion S.'u)Te'rT,,1!f,e NMMoS ,T'' "l" " ? "" """^
sates. &*& 3B" s^^SviHH
m5G35B3& '^=:s Sr?^rS
information asked for ...ul it was i> England. Lnd ,h7--Sl JI? ^k? u^
rajMUtd to me that no good .. and ,n,'r*b^ " * "vlng
could come of ventilating this par-
ticular grievance in the Press.
It may be that my experiences standards of everybody propor-
are singular but how can they be? tionately by so doing Is to ob-
At the Crane Hotel two nights stuct the people's Interest' Tr
I v. .;1 i onb objective nf aWslniTrg aid l"i new Ibt hotel was almost packed out. based on alleged discrimination
hotel.*: Now it happens that vtne al the tabu iittti I BOl to me i. the reason for Pnrbadn* losln
of mv oldest friends Ivor Cum- were four charming iind well thousands of Canadian dollar*
mings a former Secretary of behaved negroes. And the Mar- this season, and not tn
Aggrey House, nnd at present a ine Hotel was full of people that people of my own e*r-*ner>rr lr
Welfare Officer at the Colo, only Sunday night when I was Barbadian hotels, wnild be to aid
Dial Office in London wtsBt H invited to a Danish supper. There and abet thoe who are nrMni
1 ogos in Nigeria about four yeirs were several coloured people against the people"" interests Tha'
ago with another frtrn i of mine there hv I have told you the truth
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SUNDAY, JAMXARV tl, 1MI
Our Reader* Sm:
SITNDAY ADVOCATE
t .0. SEVEN
lilt AKI 11 S II li
U larks In isnrmbiy
T., T%$ Editor. The Advocate.
later and to Mr Doubi.,
'oiour-blindneas lo thrt
ne force me so to do
silt. Wr.n n f't.i.. io the let-
ter by Mr Aubrey DoutU*-Smith
rd "Attack* in the Assem-
bh in your issue of Tuesday the
Ibth msl it i* quite obvious that
Ih.:. extra-mural gentleman in out Bridgetown.
to defend his countryman, rlfhl
or not and lo advertise him-
self What a great man thii Is,
one nol as other men are and one
nol cvn ai other Englishmen are.
Poor Bob would say "peace
brother, it's wonderful."
Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith'.*
confusion is due lo a heavy mix-
lure of fallacy and vanity. Let us
deal with Ihe latter llrsi lie ||
at pains lo advertise himself as a
racttr devoid of any pre-
judice whatever and interested
With thanks for space. I am.
YOU* siiKcrely.
A E S LEWIS
Wednesday. 17th January. 11151
7*V Nrnm"
To The Editor. The Advocate
SIR,I am now on my Un
day as a patient m the General
Hospital I have seen many ma'
lors of interest, some -l which
deserve piaise. and some that
would take improving. What I
have seen and experienced, it
would be an injustice for me
l> in justice, decency and ac- to KC*P silent. I am not
curacy." About a year ago be position lo state here the existing
Eut his judgment to the test and condition.", of the entire hospital
I: "justice" and accuracy" Bui the conditions I've met, con-
proved to be so woefully lacking iradlcu most of the outside gos-
li.ai. in the circumstances he r
mered down." What a pity he left
1' al Just that. One would have
thought thai with the Invaluable
experience gained over a further
365 days and nights in the tropics
his sense of "decency" would have
made him more cautious and w
caused him lo suspend Judgment From
.....1 Ori'SS '" -,.. .1 I.*, i- iflnnin*1 Kilt
tie must b. _.
to be 200'* wrong. Mr. Douglas
Smith's supreme act of vanity was *_- Nunw th. r..
s.!?^mS!K as fsfcs r Fez*
continual reference lo It. I re- ?."Pi.J, L i ',""'V"? "" ov"
garden it m impudence and pro- S,rponMb"',:v. <*, *' P"'""
aumption (or which Dr William. Thai responsibility is shouldered
I cannot write on all the sub-
V ""' Bul I'11 "<'" ""
The Nurae.' the person with
wnom we arc in constant contact.
Not that she is the moat impor
lant person, but because her case
clearly stares u. in the r.,
hat "
THE
"RUINS"
100 Jews Live
In Barbados
mi Ruli arid* tree, ol there ;, about IN
^bout .* itundri-d yard* long ?* * Jawiah Coanmuruti tn Bai
which runs from Milk Mark*. 7*** " contra* iu ih,. n^
Stress] u.st Man's Church I l,'"l-'> Whri wHa wtri
Heaa whaea angal biwineitsre are ';11 *nd Western European origin
earned on along ihe oulewalks, a "" present community hall) fron
plav whar* donkeys' brays ejv "ST Eu'wP*
I way* heard and
The
ajonty of then
unemployed men gather together u*rb*doa( during- the last
.1111!"
the shady ^ide of the buildings
Going down the "Ruin."." which
hai ao uggestions otf ruins about
II and which is also known as
hapel Street, there is a drv goods
store on the left, the front of
Whit* is m Milk Market, and on
tiw right a grocery on a bottom
*oor with a club on the second
people you will
low why the place
"Rui:
THE PICTURE shows the nasr brake-tasting machine r- in-
stalled at the Department of Highways sad Transport. A truck be
longing to the H 4 T. Department has Its brakes tested for the
Advocate's cameraman's benefit
ss for another inquiry; but " J- l vo experienced 1
I be afraid of being proved SSll^S l TO"ld flnd ""<* "
lir; wrong. Mr. Douglas- *XP* my unending gratitude

milled lo substantial damagci
the doctor.
knowUn-
Court of Law Dr. Williams Buy who orders you there, your
was. is. and proved himself to be, medicine and any major changes
quire capable of defending him- in > treatment etc.he In-
ielf and. in the circumstances. Mr. *,ruc,\lh,p nurae. who in lurn. car-
Aubrey Douglas-Smith merely "* out his Instructions,
seized the opportunity to pinnacle ,_
himself where his real Intention fcjgj"WSJ! the,*S!*S wear"
left him precariouslv perched. To gaU.*g-J"!l w blue and
defend two Englishmen and by n ,,k "ni',rm~ ' " e"v Jb
contrast lo attack one Englishman g...? *grgML and enduranc.
not him, to But wh> his? Well: you see
Boy "Healed By Faith:
Throws Away Sling
HAROLD SKEETE ol Roebuck Stra-t walked
around for years with an injured right hand in a sling.
From Friday night he has got rid of the sling and keeps
his hand in his pocket. He told the Advocate yesterday
that it has been healed by faith.
Soves Just plain
nughtful West lndl
Mr. Douglas-Smith.
nothing to
ins, my dear
fhen ;
you see;
are sick, you need the
It took place in Queen's ilirk. the advu
he said, where the New Testament votcrday
Church of God Convention ha*
been going on for some days.
Principal actors in the admmis
arv moetly merchant.- Somi
them contribute significantly :e
the development or the countrv bl
pioneering new industries tike t.ic
Reliance Shirt Faetorv. the W.'
Indian Knitting Mills lad ,.n I
o:her smaller workshops
There Is a Committee nunpnv ;.
Mr Oscar Pillersdorf M C
Mr J. C Krelndler. Mr. J Bern,
stein, Mr. H. Altman, Mr. Hen.*,
and Mr. Laiaroviu who are ir,
.. aX* ;;U'SS" ~* """ """-
The Community holds ri'lunni-
NVrsBH at ihe residen.e ..( ihe
late Mr. M Altman in Hart's (.ai
Ml pubUa holidays and in'H Fn
del evening and also follow aits'
interest, the development <>( .h.
born Suite of Israel, as many ol
em have reliitiveb there
Mr I'iUi'ImIoi i told Ui AdvtM -..
yesterday Uiat Ihey are -:..<:.
the Jewish Cemetery In Synagonu
I ..me. It is undoubtedly, one of UH
iiideat historical monumentt m ;m
colon* with tombstones datum
buck to the end of the sixleenll
eentury and the e.irls >e.u.- of Uii
seventeenth eenlury. basting tesu
mony to Uie origin of s-tme pruin-
inent families in Hi.il..,i.,
Twenty years ago when Dm last
ill the old Jewish xeitlcrs left ihi
olony. the Syi.Hgoguf bulldim
was sold to the present owner.
with the understanding Unit 1
would be u*ed Un the purpose H
-- a library- A covenant was kdckM
irn, ieas, bananas, corn, egg'-, to Uie agreement slating that tin
|x lat.-?s and such. Silting on their cemetery should be maintained
low benches with their aprons .md preserved and that Hi
^ts&TS^JLss^i syrhu,klnB w ui wor" ,?",brokc",umlr.h lo-
mentione.1. HTVlca startetl abOU. ,Jn,?,e right aftei desecration of tl
-rlock. a regular feature for busineiw and thi
.Vone ot the
- eet seem to ki
i called the
On will see al the top
"u- side of the Model Store will
tell vou it is also called Hum
street. These men discuss the
: nee of rum and let oft remarks
ihey take to be humorous The
wtt of ih. party is a UII chap
Ihgjf call Eddie
On either side ol the street at ihlim'ha
thtt point, possibly the biggest
tub business about the City Is
tarried on. The tub makers seem
lo do most of the work at home
and ihen bring thern to that spot
for sandpapering and that thev
might be on show for sale There
is such a mottlcy collection of
things for sale on the left side
walk that you would wonder
whether the people were In the
auctioneering line Ilesides th.
tubs, there are a heap of boxe*
tables, chairs, trays, old hoard
und many other old thing*
All ..L.ii: this street, too. vo-i
will see many hawkers who have
ome from the country with ihei
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gUapdad
faith
Uie past few days. Later DeU
Jurdan of BragK- Hill. St Joggf
was seen wiUi his eight-yeiir-nl *
daughter Lona. comiiii: imt of the
church. He showed our represein
dive tha child's left hand whlc-i
he moved about at his request.
Jordan said that she had be*-'"
unable to do this for over six
struck by Una lorry in HojJi- ***: ^ *BS 'ho" 'Ihleei;
-.i months old when she had a para-
lytic stroke. One of Ihe Uml.-
aiTected waa the left hand whicn
ihroiighnut the year* hung limply
-il her side. Jordan said that M
had the pleusant surprise of see-
ing her raise it and move it about
being
'One mu.st believe and hav
Uial God will heal him."
Skeete was the victim of
lorry accident seven years ago
irsal Turning, and was detained'l
the General Hospital with his In-
.veefc
and two ehiropraetdrs but VMU,"!V morn,n ",,Pr
/ failed to do anything for him. '
The general opinion was thai -
icrve engraft men t was tl.....nly "'*
treatment lhat would be ellecuve.
He would have lo o lo the tlnite,,
States for this treatment.
Skeete said that he has relatives
D the Stales and has been trying
for some time now lo gel there.
So far his efforts have been
Ihe grocer>
club, ther^ "
/lopes Alley at Ihe head of which
Women til soiling water coconuts
opposite that alley on ih. Mb*
Vldfi of the Ruins", the cane
Ulea man's cart is parked Trade
li not at Its best with him at
it< eni hut ihe crop is near ,ind
things will soon brighten.
These women who sell along
'his street stay there the whole
CUU and they rat while on the
job, If you had passed there abou'
.1.30 yesterday morning you
would have seen g tat woman
luatling with a big bowl of ri.e
iiefore her as she made a hurrie.l
1'n-ineas of her meal.
riH"
attention as a child.' Soft words
kind deeds, and Words of encour- u j;i1" of this healing are H .
Now for fallacy. It Is the sheer- agement along with many other James 1( Keesor of Missouri, and
cat nonsense to say thai because ntile thingsi that really count. Bishop Henry C. Sloppe. Super
oOlcials and Civil Servants are de- intendent of the New Testament
barred from certain channels of when you consider the fact, that Church of God In the West Indies.
self-defence, that they are poor, demand so great has to be met. They claim to do this healing
Innocent and defenceless creatures ou,l*ould **y your family would through th*- power of God. Skeete
who have to suffer injustice in oe uie peop e to be rmrse lo you. said, but there is one stipulation
silence. The handicap from which *ul no, you re not at home, your
they are said to suffer may (I do condition is too serious lo permit
nol admit it) hamper ihe defence you to slay at home. Your family
of the innocent, bul it is a cloak can t come with you Seel Wha1
behind which Ihe guilty can com- job has the nurse?
mil acts of the greatest evil, and _.
"suffer" in silence when attacked. J"c nur* '* on the Job 24 hours
^t^*z'zs: ,fSRE&.,sZ2;-t-, . s ,*.
and ihi-v know II Tor cenlurlti Mrvlnj the meals and ulreah- W examination revealed thai no
the Uailiados Lellslative Asiem- m|,nV' tnroughout the day: admin- l">1"' was broken bul the hand had
his had been the Civil Servants' 'sutrlng the treatment: serving the leniaiued lifeless ;.t bis .side. He
Trade Union, and even to-day medicine, making up the bed; tidy- w'as treated afterwards by '"
they get belter service from it " the room; sterilising the uten- doctors
thai, they get Irom their own As- '>}' ,ih">"'.\" "" ?J""ng; dean- they fai
.oci.,1..... it is no oxaueraUon '* '" PjUent. Oh yes! I m ~
to sav that the Barbados Civil ln* >o stop now I know; too
Servant has suffered more at the I."1'"- Boring eh? But all
hands of Officials and Heads of 'his Ihe nurse has to do.
bly. No Official or Civil Servant * BBLsSS id i? ,l .t1"
could ever by his own efforts mo" ""possible to give the salis-
afford himself the protecUon and ['K;1""1, n^-esaary. In the first
defence he will always get in Ihe P *'" n>y opinion) her pay
Acwmbly and. as in Iwo recent and *<*n"al conslderaUon are not
instances, from Messages from the .*"" lo "Undard And second-
Governor and Commissions of In- '> There are at limes hard words
ouirv. A glorious example of this *" create perplexity and
Is his recent self defence by His discouragement from many quar-
laordship Ihe Bishop who. I am ten* dished out to her I think
mre mlghl even have been *he survives this from B. Utlon's
thought a Brest soul, had he suf- statement, "If we serve mankind, the preachei
fercd in silence and left us to we serve ourselves". And what ' him to
contemplate our own inevitable gives the nurse that wonderful be healed. **<,- ..-- IJII>I> -- -- --- '-"""i'\^wl ,i- "*" "; *" "~*" -r "
destinv and lo assess for ourselves urge Is her Sunday School lesion 8'"g on he felt u change in his dumb. The crowdI oasav ",'. h"" ,,|T ,f 1551 wanl t '"* further
our loss at his hasly relreat from of "The Life of Christ" In which body thai he could nol describe laughed. The healers ceaseo uiei down ,h(, .RUin-."
u* and the responsibillries of his so many deeds of kindness are The preacher then told him to efforts. ___ About half way down the sin. t
high mission. found. We lived to serve No- raise his hand and ho did so to Al tiiejMid[ ot th^_^p^*i"* * on """ left- another street goes
and ihe destruction of Ih*
stones had been going on.
Schoolboy Hurt
In Accident
He had heard about Ihls heal-
fulth. and believing luni-
elf. he left home with hbt d?i'gh-
ter very early In the morning u.
i nsure lhat she would be attended
to. They arrived at the church *
lock They were Uie first d
U> be there.
Brother PrettiJohn carried or
successful. A "few'days ago he the service
heard of the "faith healing" Out Meanwhile from Trinidad ou
was taking place in Queen's Park Correspondent writes Fntir fait
..lid attended UM Fuday night healem who have been attrarUn* ,
ineeliniz crowds from differenl parts of uie kp>
1IVLSOSTUNE un \i in in;.
' of Deacons Hoad. SI Mlchat
M taken to the General llospit,.
shortly after II o'clock yesterda.
morning suffering from injuries l,
his right hand
.touchford, a school-boy, was in
vulved In an accident with in-
motor car E108, driven by Mil
ton Hollock of Itoad View. St
Koad Dirty l',wr- a,on KlnB **** Hi "
id li usuallv dirt* wi.h ''d,n h" bicycle.
- trash, coeoanu husks ad R oaAUE HAM WOOD of Gal
kins, but the scavenger lo.iv ** H"1' Sl- Joh"- * ''
cms Ui be always on uie job II hflpsttg al DM St JohnS, Alms
-hi pass there with a pen ana i. ' l,M" "" w'--'"'"-ay The llrs
mlebook and Ihe scavenger lorry ''' bv *** Dorn at
er suspects you are a news-
ihe other two at 1 30 p in
Must Believe
try effected no cures ."P for their donkeys and when a d
Monday night. They attributed kry d,,, n, pa, al| lhp irmainde,
process of his shU to lack of laith imi the parl wiil sUl> ,hf, Mmfl ((| hiig, Skeete said lhat one of "f the afflicted. grass, he fell, could lie taken awn,
prayed over him iiml They prayed several Umes ovei ,md ^ llM.d ag ,,.
told him lo believe thai he could a de*if and dumb boy of ki This driver Is very strong on Ms
be healed While llie praying .- tMar.. He remained deaf an d t,,,,!.-and you would have to th
II
Al Uie end of the meeting while
where in the history of the world his amazement. Since lhat lime money offerings were ^'"*J*kon1 Alfred Street. Under the shade of Friday and d>
the absence of full minlsterisr could be found a more impressive he has been able to move Ihe hand up a group of boys.snatched one buildlnfi you will see women three quarters
responsibility how is the poor de- example
fenceless Barbados politician to
carry out his thsnkless and un- The greatest discouragement
pleasant duly as a representative met by the nurse, is when despite
or the people and to prevent a her effort to give satisfaction.
misuse of their funds from the Bi1(1 sXi\l meets ihe most dlssalis-
Treasury if he is not to point di- dej There are people that the
rectly to people and things he has nurie nor anv living person
good reason to believe need atten- ,^14 please. however great
tion Mr. Aubrey Douglas^mith thelr ctfon And anolrier klnd
would have us believe that where from whow tongue nows lhc
personal criticisms1 are> considered most contentlous words, and to
necessary ihey should be made wnom onl an angel would rtmmin
in the public arena where If.ne- d ^^^^ a pIeaBlul.
ccssary the issue can be tested h fa_ jk.y __ 0,f,er who will
the Law Courts." But I am sure he [^ V"^ "" 'jgj -SMS
knows thai more often than not g , ho 1 Vsk isn't"i
it U most difficult to produce law J/JLJ***:, t *^J?2JSS:
court evidence lo convict the most Jfi* "", ,!" "* .?n'll:
guilty criminal, also that espedal- Jher* not gg# 'SSSLSSi
fy in Barbados the greater the SSrjSPa StS. .Tminv
truth the greater the slander or But still the demands of many
libel Does he seriously suggest must be met.
thai you can conduct, the affairs
of a Government or a private con-
about and he can feel if anyone of the" waiters, spilling the coins
or anything touches it. He was There was a scramble and u
counselled to attend the meetings money disappeared.
regularly, continue his lailh I" "^^~"
God and his hand would regain
complete normalcy.
Skeete appears lo be following
paper man, he will begin to show \ BOARDED and slnugli;
you how people dirty the road and ^ house, contaudng 30u worl
will tell you, it is not the scave.i- ln furniture and $304) in cash, wi
gers- fault. A lorry load of stuff completely destroyed when a fire
tt taken from the "Ruins" and Itoke out al Penny Hole. St Phih,
Alley, he said, and d.Mi On Thursday The house belong
put grass on the road <> Torrence Clarke of the sum.
ddress.
Tins lire extended to DM hois*
l Beatrice Hrathwaite. wlm li WI
Ighl feel away, and liurut Ihi
h.dioof and kitchen. A pint 0
lie front house was alsti tlumuged
Neighbours assisted the hwiht.
1, extinguishing the (lames
* rimr. of unknown orlgii
'a. broke oul at Soriely Plant"
ion. St John, about 10.45 am 01
it rayed four am
acres of aerotn'
were m
NEW WAY TO
CATCH FISH
mending bags and leaving off in
between whiles to sell mauby. The
opposite side of Alfred Slree* is
the spot where most donkeys are
unharnessed and lefi to resl while ni
iheir owners sell potatoes or ani-
mal ff-lder
Thev
. ripe
red.
It extended to a field of Mi
0P ripe Sanaa owned by .
. of Hiiynrs Court and t
and three quarters acres
ither fire broke out at about
A wise mother lets baby decide about
the asUk far bottle feeds. Lots of energy, steady
gsi*. contented days, peaceful nights these tell hrr what she mo>i
wsaaa to know baby la doing splendidly oo Ostermilk.
Wag csst asaikii pin bar fahh so
nsashf an Oalft > Because, where
IstesM tssssskg la difflculi or Lmpowible
ii U th* perfect nitwinite for mother's
I Is flncml grade cow's
Isr tbs most iiv ir in.
Ths pn-trm, STCSI hidy-
Is ssads easily digeitihle
procrai And
SSOSTERMILK^
For your tree copy 01 illuslrated Baby Book-Phono 4675
important additions ue medei Iron
to enrich the blood - mgsr 10 modie/
the food for nny digestions Vitamin
D to help build strong bones an.!
leeth. Osiermilk 11 mads by Glass
lahotsioriea Ltd.. who. slate 190*.
have been pioneers 10 ihe devek-r-
mrm of the best possible foods f
hsbiet.
f"
:
i'Mtaing Hour*
A clever throw of
iron by one sailor and
piece of
ii swallo'
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,I am asking lhal Salur- "'
day be Ihe liveliest day in the "
In conclusion, you must agree
with me that Ihe nurse loda
orking under dimcult and try- shopping publ;
modated
ahead.
1 in every respect as you do a
10 W.thouVthe absolute freedom of ^Jf^^^^^^Jt
speech we might as well abolish ?*SFTZj^tSPjE* w
the legislative Assembly, and In Wl" ^ fc IP hSSmlEZ
fairness to the Barbados'politici.n Wl" ^\K ^ Srsr^T.
It must U> said that this freedom "f us can help the nurse b>
1 rssBsjchsd, and if there have co-operallng wnen ^e are pa-
been lapses they must be very ticnt*. And Just imagine
few and far between and they were in her position. lhi> l
have never gone unchallenged. Mr. give you o more considerate view.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith would he and above all. cease the hear-say
very surprised to know of the gossip, that you have no ground"
deep, unbounded and abiding gen- for. And do not Judge "the
Below the spot where donkeys hi 30 a.m on the same day
are fastened, there is a closed Windsor Plantation. St George
building on which the words ore This destroyed one and
printed, "removed to Cheapsldc "
Seeing
the schooner W. L. Ennieia woui J wonder what has been
about 31 pounds of mullet for moved to Cheapslde On the othti
week, and that merchants" co- dinner on Friday evening. s|de of the road the sign "no park-
operate to make it so. This will It was the concerted action of [,, t, piaced on Uie door of a
prevent Sunday congestion and two Dominicans, Or man Roey and building, but cars and donkey carl*
violation of a holy day. Man Chenam Matthew. are still parked In from of It.
can do as he likes but not as long Roey. the "harpoonist", wa a little further down, a stre* l
as he likes. watching some fishes at play in runs off to the rlghl There is no
Also store-closing for Breakfast the mouth of the Careenage when name nailed anywhere about ft.
should be abolished. The world suddenly the thought "get one of but a black cat painted on a piece
does not get ahead by people who thern for dinner" struck him. of board, tells one that the dy
do not remember others. The Unhesitatingly he jumped up, works goes on
rres of second crop ripe cane
1 longing to Bulkeley limited.
DRINKS ONLY WHEN
IN COURT
mist be accom- grabbed a piece of Iron
Huainess must
SHOPPFH
Pillar //.;.-
. The Editor. The Advocate
SIR.1 beg to protest againut
.-nulil lnr~ *t** inconvenience caused to
the public by the scarcity of I*t- !^''Z ler Boxes along roads This delav *n nd l^f,' *
of mailing is nauseating. A per- "' brought back a
about the district
id threw The "Hums" then end up wlti'
.. at one of the fishes which had the St Mary's Church wall. sl
shot above the surface -if the street going lefl from It Is ealle<<
water. COWtU Street and Ihe niv right II
Roey was accurate and the nan Harles Street
erosity of the Barbados Legisla-
tive Assembly towards erring offi-
cials and civil servants and semi-
Government employees, and in
many instances these have been
imported ones. I would most un-
willingly refer to some of them
_ by the deeds "of the "So
called Nurse" who are very'
few for even among the dis-
ciples of Christ was Judas.
Yours'
VERNON CHASE
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The drugs which are com-
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must be pure and potent, if
the prescription is to be effec-
tive in restoring health or
providing relief from pain.
The drugs in our prescription
departments are constantly
checked for purity and
potency.
dllhculty At the
time igatthBw was stripping or?
In clothin,: .nI he ssaBtSj. head-
long from the bow of the schooner
a few second h.
mullet.
has lo get to Ihe Post Office *<*y 'o'd the "Aavseatr'' that
or hunt for the nearest letter '"' had cauaht quite a number ot
box which Is sometimes half a "h in Dominica by employing
mile away. thai method Clerks from
Why can't boxes be placed con- Harbour and Shipping Departmen: South Amerii
veniently and save Umc and who were looking on were mucl
trouble? Also air mail notices impressed.
should he posted up at the mat One of them said that fishes ca
be seen playing In that area ever
LONG WAITER dnv around 5 30 p.m.
C IN C. LEAVES TOAD
1 front Our Own t*orrpondnil<
I'ORT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 18.
Vice-Admiral R. V. Sym-
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Chief of the America-West Indies-
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II M S Mupcrts on Thursday ....
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Mr Jack Kelshall was puttl
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v alleged incident witness w
, aged in heavy "feting and rui
i.klox '
As witness replied in the nega-
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SUNDAY, ll.\UK\ 21, 11.51
WALTER DE LA MARE
By HENRY CHARLES DUFFIN

1R7.1. Wallet uc It full of nut*!**the miracle or lighter aspects On this side lit
hi me m.Jdle of s man and hts five sense*, the min- his countless charming
povt* rulous power of music, the multl- written Tor children, a no the" bo"k
rtesvr.nnifc u it i Hard*. Bridges, ludnou* miracles of nature an noanpsun and Yeats, all dating Of the impossible that happen* aid Nonsense. The "children's
tbS3 middle ol always. poems", many of them in Peacock
the lth reiitun m. NMtCsslH| Pic. arr written with the same
nil H | M.eMevmli Mira.-I* of mtradea hi beaul. exquisite art: Who las N ue Sod,
Belloc. Chesterton, 'he sign and living teeUmoov of 8 " around. The Unghmhman.
V.iseticld. Thorns* to Uiat *-lder reahiy beyond otir ken The Ptgs and the Chareoa!-burner
Flsgsssf, Q fe, Brook* To de In Marr beauty i^ con-tin
i1,Hi Id War I mtely present in childhood
might) ttne, onlj ChildBOoa i an Ideal condJUon
rank* higher tha*l Mnd front his recollections of "the
de lu Man Like thorn all .,c ******* I learnt as a child' i,.
ir long* to the tradition of Cole- draws strength to pcin-tr:it<
ridge Kent*. Tennyson Then t.ie beamy- mystery For U
nWU and fftni heoutv i n phantom, its secret only
,. r.,. half-rtivul/.Hl though
NQ IMagf*
in . i
'...mis secure

hcrcui

beaut] i mirncle-
.. (gal -ml slgnilleani-e. ! ataTaaasTtetaciaV form nVh.-cy of rhythm It I. full
i much) srltt an mlm.U- sad- 1^2,'^.**""iTw ^ f.*" *ln*"'*
Amre rMrBi
Bui t. kMtlng teat,
pcpnltd band
. ng <>i irn

unciyiiiK attract ion fur da I.. Mara
And in hM poetry, love is life
Th, I'edlar. The TM*f at Rob
CastU The .Sony of Shadotri-
these and many others exhibit
high lyrical quality But for the
lofty peaks of de la Mare's poetry
we go to The Sunken Garden.
Eitf.ai-d. A Portrait. They Tola!
AJ>\ Fore Well Remembranc-.
THt- Scnbc. The Ghosl. The Phar.-
LisCesiera, The Tryst, The
r a Candle, Muetr. The
Mad Princeone could quadruple
the ll*t and scarcely have begun.
urJCi.ii-
tttshrd \knl
hotce
..ml without the
BM .ii.i.,
Raraeta rial i
.i~ i.a all ri'*q!
gag
mlngled with a new feeling
m H lh sadness at the losses of the years
uttar.ee of poetry is beauty ol Tn funcUw, of all V(Wtr>. IB to and the approach of the en
.cause poetry, like all art AcX w but ma poeirv differs ***** * ..* " "*
I mng to communicate lo. from m, n companion
which the ban material* of the furlh(.r funcllon( , moko ,e*
in the rw of poetry Mfn<. wa mon 4^^^ Eacn
.-.-iili' ipUoabsa power of ee/i'Us.'
1 .-I as to move the h r*,
.derstanding of which th
mind, by itself, is incapable.
Hier hills than fiine
laid
Brad thoughts to rest
aoa of lovelier valleys madi
.- iilun my breast.
ire llic wands whe"r
my soul.
nf the noontide beam
ft- .1 refuge green atl
cool
And tranauil as a dream
thnr flawless boautj
cse 1. .es have a strangely mof'
fly which so affects
h 1 we have rc. 'hem I
' 'inland has for ever
. nd loveliness of meam
ilch no prose piece, howev
iniwiastoned, could impart to it
Is there anybodv there? at
door.
v.any lovers of de la Ma:
g] puzzled by that Trav
t his knocking nnd the ho*
111 Uatanari throngtng;whirh WO become intensely
taltl Of the still house! The'of the unreality, and at the same
m c 1.. not i,i ba solved bv time of the ultimate reality, of Ufa.
faarl but if you read thr TTo ony intelligent person life I*
.11 ovei imd ove- anal, letting t*'"dit>sNi) iMerectinc, but for most.
r rhythm- nnd its marvel, by the time youth (s well past it
i.'iseii words play on your |UIB ""'" famUlar, known, under-
Uin nke light ..vei .1 pu- '"'-J D.-la Mare changrt all that
re saddenly life is seem anew "** show* ut. Iii>t that nothing new:
that mav open at any ^'cr become trite, nothing certainly
'1 which beauty may be perceived
the moonli
ient.
d
dreams and day-
dreams continue to fascinate,
children are still movingly exqui..-
There Is an unusual propor-
liun of four-lined epigrams, one,
/'ir-oiouiaiu. of tare beauty and
sigmrkaiice. The last poem in
the book. Day, Is among the most
beautiful that de la Mare ever
wrote
It is as a poet that de la Mare
takes his position among the Eng-
lish classics, but he is, too, a vary
Urte prose-writer. He la tha
author of a large number of
"tales", most of them having
s.unewhat uncanny subjects, and
all written with great distinction.
The best of these tales are. in
my opinion. The Riddle, Tfie
Trbmpet. Afiss Durcen. The
Wharf, The Van, The Creatures.
Thm Sap. The House, Miss Miller.
An Ideal Craftsman, iispef. Lts-
peft and V'alne, Phusic, Tie Panic.
r i The Tahsman. There
ara four full-length novelsThe
Return. Memoir t of a Midget,
llttt'u Brocken, and The Three
/tovu: Monkevs (all of a very un-
usual nature!; several great prose
anUiologies (as well as a delight-
ful, verse anthology, Come Jfhlcr).
and other books such as Dtnu
Do*\Q Bell and Stories from the
v\ de la Mare'* way is to endow Bible, end the play, Crossings,
with a new sense, a sense bv ^ ,. ._
Walter de la Marecr Walter
Riiial, as he at first called him-
self- was born in Kent. Southern
Kn4i.m1i. uf Huguenot descent and
a relative of the Victorian poet
Robert Brownlrut. After being
educated at St. Paul's Cathedral
Choir School he entered (like
Charles Lamb) the offices of a
great City Company in London
But he began to write, and his
first two books, .Soups 0/ Child-
tv ------- i 11a. i, u. ho* in 1902 nd Henry Brockrn
rS, "'* ** "* " I*"- * niuch impressed such
And SSr ?hi lovelier I-----------^.r^" .And"*. \* - "n
HE STARTS WHERE
KIPLING FINISHED...
6y GIORCc MALCOLM THOMSON
The Cs1 at Hanael B< tierld
Haaley. reHlna. te. M
M4 pages
HANLEY begin.- where Kipling
left off.
His graphi and powerful novel
the Kvcnuig Standard BU<>K oh
THE MONTH, strengthen* Buti-h
Action with a new and original
talent It has tor ita main them.
Ik* idea of Rule, the ,omepiion
--ut problems of Empire In the
odern world, the relations be-
tween a governing system and it-
ibjects
It Is not. be it said at once, a
>vel about the colour question
Hanley's imperial ajlsn nelint.-
as KlpliriK'v did she Alrican
rgeant as well Bf aha llnn-'i
politual ,
Upon the basis of u staakaj
Ith a divinely appomle ising mission, Kiphng uuil;
stoic philosophy, which lotmd <\-
preaslon m a series at tarn an
stortaa. He cewbrated the im-
perialism of unquestioning belief
Hanley's servants 01 Km- gaj
are undermined with doubts. All
except Colonel Casey. eldr.l>
hard-drinking, straight from th*-
ancient mould: no flaw In nis
clay, no faltering in his to., -h
For him he Empire is a aat ed
club, of which he is a senior m n-
ber.
tinulng strange.
; But ultimately what de la Mare'i
r coo- NCWbolt that in lo he was per-
suaded to give his Ufa to litera-
ture, tn doing which he was
1 veil nearly transparent.
reality, strange
1 "I ef-sting, and perhaps other
existences, only to be known
hrough poetry and dream but
uiioa aWmaead evut present vivid-
ly to consciousness Woven
an rds and
form
easily explained power for mien- iat phenomena life Is but the
' "'""" "" 'f j lnlerpt Ha ni Dortoralc. Iron. Il UnlvomilM
U thr an ol 60 la Mar^- S?,"*',, U*t.'L.Sg? .,,r?^"! "' Cambrlde. SI. Andrew % Lon-
. In. on which hi nlu> "" "-- " '" "m- don and Bristol, and In 1948 he
v* whit dot. he b-lnTu. S2^qTh*SJ" "." *"""" {f"""" '" <<" <""" -I K'"I
hU an. as he Orn Ihrouith the "S2Se_* ^tL.KJSS'S!* GeT' P_* <**T ' Com-
I tvord-muale. poetic ' "" "'= '/""*'",';'""',' h.1^.1 by the grant of a Cirtl
n InMrument ol not *''? gj*l*J" "JtaSSta! Llsl P"-1"n. With ^ore. of book.
SMdoow^forlntenal- ""i.^*'e ?.na..n,Kd'.'K: '. "" "" " C found to.
for much lecturing and reviewing.
I of poetry? His themes i
cts of w
nmonplar
I ,.11
lilng
in the world of de
-ston
a time-stained gar- pardon of Honour At the are of
hands of woman or 77 he is (dill a poet; but seems to
I pointers into the regard as his greatest achievement
is heart does no! leao unknown Ghosts speak to the that he has four children, ten
saw5ffi??WB'MliB SET*" "" -" ""'-
lembing at the strangeness of hiunling it ever". The poet's im-
life .Man,is a lost child In sipijl- morta| thought "makes of the All the best ol the poetry is In
; place, surrounded by moving chP.;.B,ng t))l. unchangeable" He Collerr.-d i;,e,s ,,nd Callerled
half-heard voices and wrtus!i .-0, oirlh-fc wonQer,. iu I^pme, and Verse, The Burr* no-
.knowi. modes of being H Is u wt,ied thing*", and knows (.'lass, the long poem called The
a A-Olld of magic the magic of lnat aX lhe entJ of ln0 ,aIe lherr Traeeller; and the recent volume
dalb life and the subllmer magic wUi rcmaln God and man, "Thou, Imeard Cmpa-ilan.
r in-m.i.tUms from an inappre- Lord, nnd I." In short, he height-
1 .enslble encompassing worW of ana life hy giving it new and Three books hnve been written
:. allty I. fo is ; dream, aiui tle subtle meaning', and an unearthly .ibout de la Mare's work' bv R L
( sleep is a coloured sup- beauty. Megror (1924), by Forrest Reld
lemtnl lo the visionary volume of To some people de la Mare is (IBM), and by the present writer
: tinuou* w.-iking wonder Life is almost exclusively known in his (SJdgwIck and Jackson, 1B48>.
.!.;.lo'.'
But the Colonei senses that he
world around him has changer
At home, there is "Bug*i is"
apotheosis of the mouthing Tr uc
Union muddle-head.
"Out here"it Is Eritrea uf er
the Italian defeatthere is Tu n-
bull, who has been too long in the
ranks ("It takes gentlemen to
deal with savages." the Cok.iel
maintains*; Milton who has g< no
to pieces with that black bint of
his. Auretla: and Sole, maybe ;hc
worst disappointment of all.
Sole, an Intellectual, falls In
nerve and judgment at the
oment of crisis and takes
refuge from his own failure li
scepticism about the whok g
perial idea.
But Sole is not the most in-
teresting ni these rulers. Ai <<
from the Colonel, crafty an i
cynical. Turn bull stands out. a
subtly drawn full-length portra;.
of the British NCO type. He li
hard, hide-bound, bitterly s>ll-
respecting, at once more human -
and more severe than his eol
leagues. He plays football srtt i
hi'. Askaris but he is pitiless > -
discipline.
Not "one of us," in nunv
respects a great deal better tru-i
any of "us," Turnbull la a man
whom the industrial system threw
on tha scrap-heap and whom the
Army gave his chance
Thar* Is a chink in Turnbuil's
armour, the chink the "natives"
are watching for When IhOv
find It, warns The Colonel. thoi
will be In, through the crack, like
thirsting bugs! It is Aurellj.
Milton's girl, who rtnds that chink
The drama inherent in tiv
problem of Empire la crystal!*/ I
In a story sharp an skirmish In a war, story wh 1
finds its own eloquence, spare id 1
burning like a desert.
Milton, too fat, too sick with
longing for his black girl, f.'ils
to send the wire asking for rein-
forcements which he had promi ad
Turnbull he would send. Turn-
bull knows that trouble is ap-
proaching the htlle station at "
Ashang because Milton, mllinm.
by his woman, has given her n I
permission to water Its iami ! t
wells reserved by iradHhMI u ,
rival tribe.
Very complev timible it kj ',.
It breaks out conflict betwi '
tribe and tribe, rulers and niWi.
< .rrsw Haaley ess been In
IVIC of Im-.Ii i .i.e.:- urnl Ut
Kenya .n the .i. uf |g to
learn faraatag At thr ...n
break of war joined Royal
IrUh Foalllers. Hervew in
Africa and Barsaa. After the
wax he was In India and
PaktoUa Haa now returned
io Kaahaaar to de^'ote hlrnaelf
to fanning, to study af racial
probleaw, and lo wrlUng
civil authority and military wo-
Italian natives (now stripped of
sort. Christian nutive and Moslem
the stately people of Abyssinian
stock and the "flat-not.e.1" AskarL-
brought in by the Britishbe-
tween Milton and Turnbull and, in
the end, between Turnbull and
Sole. Sole who arrives to relieve
Milton, and arrives too late'
For Aurella, filled with sudden
contempt for Milton, sends one of
her tribesmen to kill him (a feat
performed with no little relish)
while she slinks Into Turnbtill's
bungalow.
Turnbull, wrongly suspecting
the rival tribe of Milton's muroer.
Imprisons its chiefs. Sole arrives
to ilnd the Jail in a state of siege,
and Turnbull. already more titan
half-way "round the bend," pre-
paring to mow the mob down with
a machine-gun. When Sole for-
bids this the Jail Is rushed, tha
chiefs ae rescued, and Sole is
badly wounded.
But, in the crisis. Sole the man
of principle has pulled out his
revolver, fired and killed: "the
violence that belonged to this
tortured and tired desert moved
him to a quiet and dangerous wish
to punish, to beat down and to
subdue."
Note the edge on that writing:
the distinction.
Hanley's book has the power to
convey the misery of outpos: life,
the confusion of men's minds, the
aching loneliness, the barbarity of
the people. There Is fighting
here, massacre, mutilation. After
killing their enemies, the warriors
smash the water-containers so
that the women will die of thirst:
'They leaped and danced before
the women, shining with the blood
of the dead "
In the end. the trouble, instead
of Uaring up into a widespread
rebellion, peters out. For Tur.i-
bull, In his frenzy, commits an
act of violence which puts all tha
tmmp cards in the Government's
hands. He sets the village on Are,
destroying the grain stores
And only the Government has
reserve of grain. It is a weapon
th.' Colrnel Is quick to seire.
This novel nas outstanding
qualities: Its theme has Impor-
i.i re Ita ,m in.n is swift and im-
placable. Its scenes are yre-
entflid to the eye with stereo-
I'pu- immediacy. Its characters,
down to the last, meanest, most
dishonest of officer's servants, are
thoroughly understood end in-
dividualised.
For these reasons. The Consul
at Sunset never relaxes its grip.
For these reasons, it takes Hs plate
among the handful of first novels
of real significance publianed since
the war.
Till: HIDDEN KAJKING. Bg N.
Bryaaan Morrison
Pre*., fa gd. ZM
THIS sympathetic, not so
simple, and very human novel,
traces the path through life of
Hurtle MacDonald, a clever If
rather priggish Scots boy from a
poor cottage who, thanks to a de-
termined mother, is brought with-
in reach of a brilliant career
Miss Brysson Monsaon's gift I
for drawing people -Bnrtle him-
self, his hard but loving mother,
his crack-brained grandmother
When It comes to shaping a story
her touch Is less sure
Bartlr's worst troubles in hie
iluw from his 'noble" gesture ui
l mother man's child. It Is an old
device which should be dusted
and put reverently back on the
shelf
In tha end, Bartlc becomes a
monk. Mo explicit motive Is
given for this devek>pmei.t which
should not, however, be looked
on as mere propaganda. For
somehow Battle haa never been
on easy terms with "the world "
And nobody can be altogether
surprised when he leaves It.
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'W.r MSI
FASHIONS IN LONDON:
Lace On Her Petticoat
By DOROTHY BARKLEY
In
little ..tv.
wealh.
worn
by n
uiirV,.
the wi -
But
fjshioi
don d<
eerie ii
mgly.
un the
to a sen
follow:.
it in k!
When '
duced i
sue
waUt-p frill of
the hem.
This
Llicath-lu
i.uice of
plain tail'
MOMftb
and suit
and mit!:
ueiigned
more un,
inf tnroii:
(U'H-nt si
ed now.
vho has
slip. An i
here: net
1AJNDON. Jan. 12.
:.il. lui^.'i.c \rn
"1 b> the variations of
be nylon Of myoii slip
- mM rapland
petttcOBtl smh ns
hi- won when
i lui im: t iililt I
v have always been
Pot when Farm or Lon.
. a new line, the lin-
adapt itself accord-
ucress of a m
tidual wrw depandi
i extent on ii slip which
t line and helps to hold
ie New Look was intro-
e years aito the swirl-
thc-i i*>pularised was
.ned by th
coat with it* six-inch
malaise round
prin>; welcomes _the
Ungarta Tb bnpi r-
Dng. smooth Unoi m.ik<
>red lingerie a current
Slender lutes In drOMOa
with closely titled waists
iff*, .ill for specially
slips. What is there
ainly than a slip peep-
:h the elegant ^lit on tn
irt'' This will be avoid-
Lhanks to the designer
produced the si It-skirt
lustration of it is .shown
ce the Lice trimming.
Thero i Ln.- trimming every-
where on lingerie Just now. Deli-
cate trimming round the lop of
the slip ,
lace fod< ;m of pant' and loco tornu too
flounce of .i -lip with the trumpet
skirt, llui it is noticed for iU
quality finer than Us quantity
A tiny si..:, ped embroidered edge
trims mother slip suitable for
wearlii. under transparent
bl
The fa-slnon for sheer organdie
and chlnV' i^ in dark colours
has boon met by a greater supply
of black slip: and one particular-
ly attractive style is being made
full length as a nighltin with
detachable belt so that it can be
worn at on evening slip.
AnottWr fashion demand h.ts
been met with the slip to under-
line the trumpet skirt Gentle ful-
ness, flutniK from the knee, is apt
to hanf limply In the softer
fabric without a correctly
flounced flip *" hold >' "l"
The boned strapless bodice, on
cocktail or summer sun un :-<-
is connrmed again in Paris nud-
season collections Lingerie de-
signers .hi- planning iJIpe with
correctly cut and boned tops.
In fashions for nightwear, the
moat original designs have been
seen recently for pyjamas In par-
ticular, I noticed a pair of man-
darin lounging pyjamas which
follow the recent Chinese trend
in fashion This set consisted of
itAitiwoims
THE NEW
MADDENING
DAKTYYORI).*, the nrwral and
most maddening puiilc. Infuri-
ated reader* In late ( different
waja.
The object of Dartwords is la
uti.mge all the words on the
boaru to lead logically front ivt.
to Thwart. The relaMonehip be-
um.ii one word and the next
wil (to t' found anywhere an
the board) is governed by seven
1 A word may be an anagran
of the word that precedes It.
2 It may be a synonym of th
word that precedes it
3 It may be achieved by add-
ing one letter to. subtracting on
letter from, or changing one let
ter in the preceding word.
t It may be associated with th.
nevioub enrd Lo a saying, simile
itctaphor, or association of ideas
5 It may I.nm with the preced-
wcll
i fact or
.th Mi,
Ml.....
01 otatM
word the name of
known person or place i
iWtion
8 It may be associated
pieceilmg word in the
BOTiOl) of a book, play,
oonMoatOoB
7 None of the foregoing rules
may be used more than in ice con-
secutively, and only one may be
used to govern one relationship
A typical succession of words
might be: Napoleon-Elba-Meiba
Penh Cheap Heap Leap
Frog Flog Golf Gold Told
Related-Akin
-UEA
foJelfeOf, mi Monday
I I \ I'M'- niKllllt.W OBIniNQS.
Reise Baptiste, c^o Local Office. Happy Birthday to Helen Cor-
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. Pointc- bin. Avidia BrnhwoitO, Patricia
a-Pierre. Trinidad A*ge (IB) Wallace, Dorothy OraiettB, who
Vebna Callender R, Bernard celehrate their bnthda>> this
Street, San Fernando, Trinidad week
YARDLEY
c/^./Zlavinder
Rupert and the Sketch Book-15
m
three pieces and was made in
grey rayon shantung trimmed with
turquoise. The three pieces wore;
trousers which narrowed to a
closely lining ankle; open necked
short sleeved shirt, which tucked
into the trouscr*; and tunic, worn
with or without a belt, whose
wide alcoves were trimmed with
turquoise A dragon motif was
worked on the pocket. The uutilt
Is ideal for wear In warmer
countries where a housecoat is
too DM*)
Other detail.- of fashion trends
n inlioduced m lingerie. He
cently among day clothes we have
seen the reversible Jacket, and tho
Mates) nj coot; it U therefore
iiuite natural to llnd pyjamas with
adaptable sleeves. One designer
has solved the problem of cold
and warm weather wear by
making the long sleeves adapt-
able.
Pure silk chiffon and pure silk
.-...tin arc popular just now and
make up into very graceful gar-
ments. Multi-filament crepe is
the hardest-wearing, best washing
i ay on yet produced Like silk to
handle, it is soil. tn- >et Obvt-
raof and srUl itand up to
seaming and embroider\ \tithoul
splitting at thread*
Housecoato In evening fabrics
will be popular not only with tbe
bride, but with the woman who
seeks an occasional luxury. Illus-
trated here is a housecoat inspired
by Regency style dOCOT, made In
heavy rayon taffeta with niter-
WOV0J1 regency stupes in satin.
The line of the lilted and belted
rout with back hanging In grace-
ful folds from a boatshaped yoke
was first Introduced by Paris de-
signer Balanciaga. then taken up
by British and American rain-
wear manufacturers. The trend
has now been carried one stage
further for informal wear tn the
house.
i hildrena Letter
Dear Children.
All of you are back to school
now and I know you love this
first week of the term when you
meet your old friends after the
tu Holiday*: There Is
always so much to sayall the
things you did at Christmas, the
presents you got and the little
confidences you exchange with
each other. 1 suppose you have
also made new friends
Well, now you are in your new
forms, and I hope those of you who
have not been promoted are pre-
pared to do some really hard
work this term and so make up for
what you did not do last year,
it is very important that you
learn all you can now; although,
as you grow older, you will realise
the truth In never being too old
to learn.
Now. let me know how you are
getting on and I wish you all a
very pleasant week-end.
Yours very truly,
lIHll.DRKN'S F.D1TOH
What You Should Know
About Your English
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I'AC.E TEN
SUNDAY ADVOi VTE
SUNDAY, JANL'ABV II, 1MI
Hritlv< ><> \>Vfp Sl.t-
KV IAN GALE
Collars, Sweethearts And Tennis
Balls Are Made At Night
Tin- !|,- I\inU
rottl from nlnr
i.i mvhi to >ix In u,e nloi.tiint
b-tkiri* .,rd. The
rn, dam
cool, mid i had
a mo*! interesting tin
nfl^i i lump nT
THE OLD FASHIONED rollm,. pin U still used for amklng ruskf.
Tbfl dough In the forsground U i <*crsd witk eeeuiut and tigar
The Mrs; |U\gO in tin process;
"f -.aklnx bread lg the imxing of
UM (lour with water, and )M
1
put in each machine,
a nd to pitch 1001b bag 461bs of
water u added Alter the mixer
woriun* for ubout six
minute* it i stopped and the
dough tipped oul nun trough.
rnr dough now weigh* about 800
Ibt
The bilkers then picked up
larga ebunki < rd thc-m Into the container vt
raacMM This machine
automat* .-itdied and
moulded the dough into the ahapa
tf lotivea Those lo.-u.
then taken t<> the ovens
Purttj than Ut two
C hmmdab aval
wi*ci! paporUd about three year
ago. and two old fashioned brici.
ovens. Th<- n.u.. .,,.
. ; (-1 \ j
acl, has twelve trays which re-
volve by eUvtriciiy A loaf takes
about twenty minute* to bake
ut 550 degrees Fahrenheit, and
..... hold royal
loaves.
"Penny Bread.-'" an
UM aaapsj am, .
are cut, weighed and mo
hand I un
cutting and weighing tl
and I found that tie worked al
moat aa fait as the c.
AUghuig aiwl uiKii,
Each penny |oW, I laarnt'..
must have atrip of coconut lev
stuck on ii before n m
< n burst"
Some cakes -lill h.i,
made by hand, and I saw a
baker mixing tlsff dough for
turnovers in ., large trough
The dough Is then rolled -Hit \vTth
good old rashioriod roiling pi
covered with coconut ud Nuga
tuft then -niiped info tuinover.-..*
I was amazed at the varlei
!y or broad and cakes maof
M th. bakery Among oth-l
iing.H they make bran Joa,\<-h
iiufca. collars, -weethean:.
penny buns. butter toave
K5S\ "**' swc*a- !'
I'uve-, accent and 8-cei.i loan
WUll U.lls. hamburger and hit
"Of -oils The manager est,
mates thiil thrv UM jiboiit 40 ban
oc flour a day. The most popul,i!
Joaf is the penny lonf ..,! the
make a.tKxi a ,..,.
To end my tour I ate a turn
over thai had come out of th
oven not long before. It Wa,
warm and delicious I mu>
visit a bakery again
jj Elastoplast
We'll soon have that better
zvith
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ZUTSZimZrS. FIRST AID DREiSINGS
ASEPTIC OINTMENT
OaiUrao*! atia attBSBV oasd tabs strict huia
tmios Galii Ommwnt. It w
Iterea imiaooa. aubdue* Mlhiaiaiinn aad
htm protttoo agabui ibr entry of
harmful bacteria. You .!! Sad, i-
(hat GeraiokDe draw, out Jin from cut*,
abrsnoni. blitrn and orci : '. mm-
tea lb* growth f~ new nm Keep a
of (>erBM m
SPOT*, MUUS, iURNS
IMHT1TI0N8, JiRISIOHS
/ a touch IhMi
Kird Iwu.
Relievas
INDIGESTION
Ye iu(
> to al MACLEAN
BRAND STOMACH POWDER lilUlM
I odantioo pi mi ltli iimIiii I I Tkk
woodcrfullT quick mtd n.lil L relirf
from Heartburn. Randancc, Nmmb.
Ackuit ud Sumach Mat due to U-
digdtion ii made potaabla by tka ttti
that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH
POWDBK la
actounV formula.
Mak. Hul TinkM
Plautsura) I
Vbirooaaaattrat> Til Ian real data
MACI.BAN MAND STOMAcffrOW^
MACLEAN "oa book aadcanoa.
MACLEAN BRAND
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THE ARTS
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rcattrau which, wuh tha cxhihmoni and eba .
througlu,ut ihe UaiteJ Kingdom, make the I-cmiv-1 pro.
aTnuniac ihe grcuicii evei pLaoncd.
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SUNDAY, JANl'ARY 11, 151
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAC.r ri.rvEx
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
Book lor -ny purpos.-
< HlUIV lO OOl.l
LOOSE LEAF RING BINDERS
From F rap to pocket sue wiih
Refllls & Indexes for Mmr
In
STAPLING MACHINES A STAPLES
TO SUIT
ROBERTS & Co. Dial 3301
^VAV.V/V^.VV,V,V/JV.-J'.-,',V.-.V,V.V,-,V.',V,V,-,VJy,y>
See u* for
II K < FABRIC
EXPANDED METAL
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
Oil. STOVES OVENS
T. HERBERT Ltd.
HI & II Roebuck SI.. & Muijuiiiir Ijne.
BY WALT DISNEY
-t.

W?
V \ ^"1 CAP-- "-

BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
BtewOOO WU.'MI J
.
WHAT I
VEAN ?
''
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
r-. i
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
V OOU.V>TINr WMXTfttf APE KJ
wry vou cam't mtb cut op m-
tXX. fiWUT TMGM AW GO OUTSIDE
AW "JrVB 'EM A GOOD OLEAMNO
I .' -. r
'"HS|
TM6 WMX>V'"* KUOM-*
SO STUPFV ioj cam- r
EATMB-ru. opsn it ur-
,
1
. A.
V
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
iDoe-~e \>ojtciLLEO
I MTACK J ***. VOU PCOt.'
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1'^
cffEP mm tOOM S-3S-S5 t ".Ew
ft/eft2
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
. ,C ROAD -W>i'T 6E ABLE ID FOLLOW
t VOTORtVCLE TRAIL ANY LON&EQ
-HEV--WIATBTHAT.?
CANTSWTOFK IIIAT FLAT TlRC
THE BOVSARE WAIT IN'FOR MF I'LL
--------1 CUT THRU THE
i^~-----L.W00&!
THAT MUST BE ONE OF Iwt GAN&.;
WE'LL LET HIM LEAD US
BTHE OTHCRS-
AND PIANA/ I
^c6&v
Gordons
"COLDRATOR"
REFRIGERA TORS
GUARANTEED FOR S YEARS
ON VIEW AT OUR SHOW ROOM
Made In England Ry A Subsidiary Of
GENERAL ELECTRIC Co., Inc. of NEW YORK
o
ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LIMITED
Twcodiido Road SI. Michal
Phone 4629 & 4371
DUNLOPILLO . DUNLOPILLO

William Fogarty
Announces the artival 0/
"DUNLOPILLO
MATTRESSES
In lizei of 3 ft.. .1 fl. llinv. a I 11 1, ink.
"DUNLOI'ILLO"
Gives perfect comfort
its independent and correct Mipporl
for every port of Mm body.
It's cool or warm: Accord in,
Room Temperature wbic I dp
through it while In use.
It's Silent- Then- an- no Springs to
creak or to go m
Please enquire at -
William Fogarty
Ltd.
I.. I hi,,,, about II XilftlSl
Vo

'. ii
if iftm spvrity
FERGUSSON
DUNLOPILLO . DUNLOPILLO
They are designed lo give aatiafaction.
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
(leotral Foundry Lid.Prnpriflors.)
Corner of Broad & Tudor Street*
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I'u.l TWELVE
SINDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JANUABY 11, 151
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELEPHONE 25M
tm.iMiii Fjr>mi
H** lunet*l *i>i
Mr* H*rW V..lr
for St. CSth.
lurch il. .
Nnuit Eduhul ihvtewand timlc.
Kin
M.ik.M. Ful". Clma and Alk-
IlllBkieg 11114*.
Ill'
Ai'Mun iii-
IRjEraaU .....
m r.. -i .:
_ .1 the Wcalb.u
Fi*i>d* arc invited
Eatward-
loM- .*.. August". 1*** "**" *
her ..*... trnWH does Road
Th* funeral -HI lc..ie -. let* rest
KM Ihls BftSI*.O0li al J '"' *
Peter', Cemeter>
, | eg in attend.
ThcoercAll*-.ne -Son,. Ely.. Year wood
DwifMfli. Evelyn VMtwooil i Sister i,
Kvno Cox iNI***'.
I Oil S AI.I
AUTOMOTIVF.
CAR -Cllroen 1
r.cellenl roi-dil
lUShd. Apply
Dial ** FA r l.i
H F IWl mod*! in
m 0*uf leavlni
Rtto. Agencies Ud
11 1 11 lr
r#M KK* I
PVIUC \ III KS
NOTICE
BOUSES
"(1fVKUAND"-rull furrdatkpa, kid
vtnuf, Belleville Hint WIT
flat ai *** v. Upnc mm eSroei
opr**it* Be, KmM< aJao
Apptv on pfmtm 11.1-*! 1.1 n.
FARAWAY-Si Philip, OB *<'
Bj, Fumiahed, 1 bed rones*, Water mill
niBoV. Lighting plant. Car port, I aw-
MvmiAVIN Coasi. rum 1*11,
in mil supply. llrtWag
Plant. Doubt* .;.'U'.
DUI 4*7* IT.***tin
car- otn- in; UMrut- m perfect
tder. do<.e -Dn mile*, owner driven.
Aeol- Howard King. Co W. B Hulrhin-
to* a, Co. Marhlll St. Or*.
slum- -3*
orrUK Mrdl.m
. ..i. i* a
. mdu. Tod FJoer
Ltd., Blton l-ne and ft
DUI 4SS* oi SS3T.
TRINITY OOTTAOBSt. J
Fullv fill ih*d conlanmg
el*o a telephone. Available I.
February lo May and An*,.
bar mi Phone M.
' UPBTALH* pwJDalKTK
Hwtn SI. Cool and anyv<
Suitable far Aimli. Dtntia
CAR Vaushall Wyverna II I. p aaloom
,-rrlvnl Dial 4SIN COUHTTSY (iARAOT.
1 Morrl. C*i. Pick-up.. 1 Morris
Cawlev Van and I in h p Utlllvar Used
3* *k. Wh i' ih.n M miles.
AI ror.lderabU' leductlod. A chance
not to or mi.aed PORT ROYAL
QARAOR LTD Telephone 430* ^
la, SoUeltoi
.pumped UM*nl* Apply In
THAN! DUOS Phone MM.
rtkjdal or Mr. rmir
aaUd Tandrr* lor rrplaclaf the fiMM
f tb* ( Philip* ParUh rti.nvh-
naMad oi In. an.aloaw TmM. la'
Chiarrh c-illn iU ba i*vi by Ika
undarHgnad not latar Ihan TXh Jaaiuary
1WI
Plan and ftpadbMUofu tan > aaan
ad nv OfAr* on any OftV da>
uci-aaafiil Contiarlor mud br praparvd
! aomplata thu )ob to Inr >*li lion
. Ilnf CBniMH
^.-.l . S W STOTT.
Clarti U in* Vrir .
PI
NOTICK
Dawlnit and RprrlHci
Mr.
H II Mouldat* OMc* a*
Harrlaun A Ob
Ttm pwaoal or firm *vhoaa Tvnd'r I*
aanvlrd will b> raauirrd lo lva Ua
aann of I awrauna duiatiao *nd b
aolrr into a formal onli -fl tlh Ibi
Vaatry ot St. ba-igr
Dua albiwancr ahauM ha mad* fo
iU am
..]- ,
m i |
h H UP H
Clark. Vaatry at Si Gwr|>
lM'UMI' SALES
AUCTION
COVKTFrlY GAHAGC.
MANrtr.Y-IIAHHIs IHaafl Ttrfbirm
bbp ai -in. ir*l -hrrl- T*q>r
.-rdi.ili' Invl
DUI 4CIE
rimwv QARAiii;
wltH
.Un
TRACT'
* r.r..l II "h.
With #n-
Kl-KCTRICAL
mintDAine-Ona il> Amanrtn D1
alia 7 cub ll ram plat* wilh J
Apply D L Irnlafa /o K R H
at to.. Ud. 4ll ULUI-t
RADIOOna < 11 Ktl v itonr modal MM
Radio In rNMllrni randllion No raaaon.
iblr oflar rolaprd. For furthaf f>ar-
ticulan phona M4I. ba illrr 40* p.m. 21.1*14n.
Thur-dav. January tMh al mi Man.
fiaphrtd Slraat. Uia following: A <" "I
i>rla*d ol Battuatilp* Ftro
CnaTlnai Baeinf Tat.. Hlu/lrd Animal.
Jui Sa Purala., Bath Spongra. Blrvda
Rima " IV* Baryela Onid. poi.
K'tUaa. Cnapprra. cootrra. Lamp,
tiadaa. Li|hl4loui* Malcbrv adr Sal*
ai I p..
Tanri* cah.
V:*9GBNT GHIFFtTH.
II I li-dtl.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ndaflona of 1 Joy da Afrnta
m -III aril on TUESDAY tha- Slrd at
ur room* II Mlih Strat:
6 ik Crroai. 78 Boiaa Far* Poardar.
W HoIIj Toikl 1'aprr. Ifu pkga. Androa
TMaua. II Caaa* Cow at Oat* Oluraaa.
.1-, tl pauaa oi Gt.a., 11
Toy c, 4 WC CUlrrna. 13 BhoaU
Evarlte. 1 Tin. l-o.darad Milk and Ob
paira of Shoaa. I Sawing Machma. IU
Caaaa U H batatf Mabtbra
Kale IIM o-rlock. Tanna cash
BHANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
AiKl:umtTl
Mltl-tii
WASHING MAtStLNE- Ona
MayfaJr with pin drwr left (]
U cannot be trpUt^d b-d.i
noon IMm r iiniaan Ud
ol lhaa
K KN1TURE
rURNITtlfir Onr Mnni- Sml*
iPblniad' I chaiia jnd ono aatta** MUM
Pin* LAtdi> 11900 Palnlrd DraoaU.g.
Sand WawiaUndc. *- D'Arcy A
Magailne Ldddv lal.SI Sn
FITHNITUKERalph Baa id ollrra l>i
UUewina Nr* Mahogam- lurnllura
Dining Chalra 100 p*T pr. Tub Chaix
MM p pr C. woJIrya IIS uo. KuaajblMad Morna rhaLta
aggw aavh'. v.-iu*. aaa,a M
iwipatnlrd tu-h thMri rorkari
Moli rx>l (iii.iiin ii largo aaaortmant
I good aarond hand fninllura. Call
Ralph Baard'a lirrniahlng ah
Hordwj^l Allav. Opan B a
am daily. Cloaa aalurda.
PHONF. 4b H I l *i
LTVESlOCK
pumra-nuii
Croaaaxi i monIK
MtCar*. ""I Via*,
1 Bull Tarn
d. Appl-- C.
r Riea. tl Phil
NOTICE
FARIbM Or CHRIST I Rt H
ftaalbd Tandarn, imarkad on t
tivalopr "Trndar (or Loan")
Fireman Killed
OtrRMMkjr, Jan. 20.
A niviryin wg kil-rd and two
others seriously ln)urevl when fire
b|[uii hi a furnllurv factory here
to-day. spread to (he neighbouring
The fire threatened to engulf
the whole centre of the old Prus-
sian citv *ith its narrow lanes
and densely clustered houses
eater
Rate* of Exs-hange
JANt'ART M. ISI
fANAA
Chanuaa on S3 10% pi
fjplMfi
IMmand Draft* *% pr
SUthi Drafu S3 1.10*. pr
abU
* 10 pr
INCOME TAX NOTICE
MOSTSSAL AMTUUA KIW
l-IMfT0
.MAN Z. LD*,
m i. "Two Alamo- m
h.
SydaaVratouWy'Tlh. Arrtnag~at Trl
"WmI "rat hall March,
ill* March. MB.
This v*.al haa anpla apace lor Hard
Fio/an and Oanarai Cargo.
Cargo accapUd on irirough Tlilla ol
' ng with Jranablpnta'I at Trinidad
ward ai
For ( .tiliar paruculara opv:\
rmvaaB, WITHY COMPANY.
LiMTTED
Tr'naSad.
Canadian National Steamships
lonssotmD
Monday Nil,
of 1*80 to
inbnaat not .
in flfbMi a.
ranuagp, mi. (or Uu lo.
Iha pariah, at a raU o
Mcaadtng 4-,. to b* rapan
..... ffaaaSMSMB' ! |B
n-lrif In in* month u
iai siin
Notice ip hereby Kiven thai i
Income Tax returns are rvquirsxl
(rom every married man whose
income Is $1,20000 per annum oi
over, from eveo' other person
hose Income i *~20.00 per
annum or over and from com-
panies whether incorporated or
unincorporated, societies, person-
engaged In any trade or pro-
fession, and owners of land afl
property whether a taxable in-
come has accrued during the pa?t
year or not.
Nona
IH i.l.KK ..... a. i i I LtS
Mamb*r< arc kindly aakad lo collrri
thafr gear aa th* pavilion and ground.
ban Barn hand ad ovar : Ih* Bartiado*
. iil-l AiaocUUbn. Tl.a CluO u
hold fheii-arlva* Trapnnalbla for any
ol nN>* If not rnllartcd immadiaKI
H 1) KII
Forms 01 Return may be ob-
tained from the Income Tax De-
partment AFTER THE 1ST DAY
OF JANUARY, 1851, and the
forms duly filled in mutt be
r (delivered to me on or before the
h>li(>wmfl respective dat
M..I
I II
BARBADOS VVORKKR8' IMON
TAII.OM* IMYIbtUS
Thna will ba j r.^ral fna*llnf BlMl
plrelHMi of oflk-ar. of Iha- abovv.namad
Dlvinon a I Ih* Union Hradauartria
F-lrcbild Si- Civ., on TunMUy iha Erd
in-l at SOB pin. A rordlal walranir
Ii aitanded lo all Joumayrn*n Tallora
TIMOTHY ISHMAEL.
nn %*. 1.1.1.
I'lHIII S VI.I.S
MECHANICAL
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ON THl'HSDAY IMh by ..i.l.-r ol Mra
Arthur C HaJlay WS wUI aall tier llouar
. i'poiki i i al Hhytbbanr li*>n>
.;.,, ii ..hkv -hi.i i.....mIi
Goo.1 Rktnuuxi DlnJng Table itral IOi.
Upright Chair*. Mad Waggon: vrrv
.ilt- Drawing Room Hull* cunalMIng of
I Scttaa, 4 Tub and | 1'prlglit Ckokra (T
piacoaf. KMdo. CoftVi- mid Oraamanl
Tablaa; Couch**. rUndpamtad Folding
Scroen; Mirrored HaUtand, Inralkd'a
Chair all In Mahogany. PaintHm ami
Plcturea Ulan and China, I'lalcd and
Silvar Wai*. Fork.. Spoon.. Cutlery Elc .
Dinner and Tea Bervloea. Ruga Birch
Aim Chair with Spiina Cn.lu.ni., Nuah
Aim Chain aad Mwkara all palate**
(irei-n. Hiiuli- n*d>U>ad>. flpilnga and
Maftraaae*. Dreuina Table. l*.n Mlrrol
and i-rra. all In Mahogany; Double and
Hi.iKl* Iron Iledilrada. Spring* and Kali
Beda, M T Waahitanda, Chamber Ware
Folding Siin-ik. Pine Pre.i and Drea-
uui Table; Uraen ralntad ru.iaau an.i
Fraaa. JalouUe Svrecni, 1 Buragr Bmk~
IJW Rtv*. EleclHr Fan and To-.ta..
Kelvinator Hefriaaralor T cubic Irel: 3
Burner Perfection Oil Shave and Qvn
all in perfect working order: Larder..
Kilcheii Cabinet. T*blea. KU-hen Ulcn-
u. qgR)1n Sieve, foal Plova, Set of
llh 11 BalU; T.ani. net.
Marker Oardan llenen.
nice loi of F*m and other
HF.AI. F.STATE
MARaMVILUC Bank Hall main roa
'landing on B.44I aquara faet ol i.
IXtalin.g hou-a compriar* rioaed vc
ini-.ty Inatallad Thia proparty will I
orlarc-l for aala to public cooii-atllla
M our orRco Jamot mreat, on rrul..
Ind FelTunry, IMI a 1 p at
For lurthor paiticuUi' and oondiii'i
of ..I- apply to Hiitrttmao* Bm -'
Jamea 5ttroot
II.I SI *r
1. Returns of persons whose
books were cloaed on the
31st day of December, 1950.
on or before the 31st day
Of March. 1851
Returns of person*: whose ( achooi
principa! piacc <>f imsines*
Is not situate In the Island j mi,tr-
June. 1951.
3. Returns of all other persons,
on or before the 31st Jan-
uary 1951.
F. A. C. CLAIRMONTE.
Commissioner of Income Tax
and Death Duties.
Note:Any person falling" M
make his return within
the due date will be u-bie
lo a fine not exceeding
100 and not less than J
and will be prosecuted
unless a satisfactory rea-
son If given.
6 1.51n
Tho Oovarnoc* ..I Alexandra School mvltr APPLICATIONS for Iha post Ol
HFAOMUTrUUB. which will become) vacant in Auguat ISM Tha new llrad-
nuilrew will be r*o,ulred lo take up the appointment on lit September. ISM. Alex-
andra School la a day aecondary wIuk-: with 1M girli on Iha roll and ! aided
by Governmrnl fund- Their la Preparatory Department and a Main School In
which Iha General CcrnOcaU of RducalMn will be taken In ISftl Thoro hi a
liirl Ciniil- Companv allachnl In th* chnol
Tha Head mi vlrrx who ahouM poraoaa a Dasrag of a Brllldi Unlveraity and a
Tencher'a Diploma or Crrtlflcate will be required lo devote her whole urn* to ttat
ind promot* oul-Of-Vlaaa activllln The aalary offered U CM* par annum.
mt of which la drdiirled a. rani for the partially fumlahed reaadeatoe In Hie
cbool grounds which U_provided for the uar of Iha BaadmUlroaa TJaa Maad-
i not a (Mvll Servant, but
H pen.lc i
iul the ml:
,nable under Ihe '
occding 100 will be paid agalnit a
ranted every Ivc paan on requeat
iiUble Sar leave.
giving Iha following particular*
Moao. I.wn
BICYT1XOne Hopper Racing Model
In a.rallnit condition. For further p-r-
Phonr Wtt 11.1*1an
rYCUt-aent. n-.odrl IHUe nerd Com.
flat*, pump, aaddlebag Cain Sv> Ml nServ
wnltSaldt. Broad SI. II 1*1in
MACHINE. Sir.ner
Machlr.r. See D'Arc;
IsM,
Ti.,....i Rssrl
MISCELLANFOUS
ANTIIJtBal Of *Ory drarrlpH
Olaaa. China,, old Jawola. Boa Silvar
Watercoioura Early booka. Mapa Auto-
araphi rr at OorTing** Anllqua Shop
adMdfdng Stoyal Taoad ^j ,_, ,
BILLIARDS Table balli cuea anoober
el Table model. Suit Boy Club SHI
rompaM* Apply Carte* ST Broad Si.
gala.
i Cat
BRANKER, TROTMAN CO..
Auctlooec
31 I II ;
KEAL ESTATE
ON THE SEA
t Oardan, St. Jarana
Modem Bungalow. I bedroom., two
Phono i-SS.
1-1 obtainable n
Ideally alluaUd, facing in.
three -Idea Oolng
' Mas
thai area
Eaat Encloead
al a reaaonabtr price. Dial
pnu-ANENT needier for rou. record
Btnr, an** nerdlai of all kind! Pile*
BIOS Record, of .11 kind, loo A
-------1 at CO- LTD. ftIt tin
YACHT DauMleea"
Clam* Apply W Skerle
Thaaire. Bank Halt
WANTED
CHIT. WAITER FlrM claw ch>
SRpillaTfll French and Crrolr cooking
alM Head Walter for New Orel elBB
ratauram opening In Portal-Spain
March Ut. Onl oaprrMrnctd men nr
applv WrIM prlng parth-utora oi
**p*ri*nee PO B-> MS. Pon-ol-Spain
Trlnld..l. B.W.I ifl I ' >-n
ALEXANDRA SCHOOL
WANTED
From May IMI. an AaiUUnt Mtrtreaa
lo leach one or more of the following-
Art. Latin. French. Spanlih. Math*.
autllra. Salary, according lo quilifk-a-
don. ar.d ewparlenc*. on *ca for
Secondary Teaah>'<
Applicalioni. Haling qiialir^adona and
aubiarli onrreg. and accoinpanlad br
hhrtlnionlala. rmnt reach tha Headmla-
"jaaa iuii latar than Frbruar* iSUi
1LI1W.Sn
MISCELLANBOUS
CUSTOMERS TO SUPPLY with Pur'
Fraah Milk. Enlcpria* p*irv Fum
Dial 4*17 mil t.
VIOUNS Ola and anon
a hrther in playing com
/hole nr In pie**- AI
William Clalrmonle Phoi
fhjSNi
UNIVERSITY WOMtM
larmlng local group Pho.
MAHCIK"KNNEY BSM.
gani ....
UD Iwaad.
II I SI- In
II tl
SI'ANIW AND CNGIJKH STllDKNT.'-
PRIVATELY COACHED b> fully qualllwd
> noolleachcr Np-i"i atudanl. i_unhi Enalub by quxk and
aaoy rmMind Fr*pwrarn*y and banotii
rrrltflealo atandard. H.-kaid at>i4r<>t-
a pecl'llky Caeamorri^l aauraa im>
including Coramerclal Engliah. Sp.,.!-)
and Commercial Googranhv Ofn.i.l
ufrl" "Hiiipii nven 'Phone Mr*. Goad-
ing 4*31. oftec S for appointment
IT I M .
C TTIEM THEN C MX AND
WILL SEE BARGAINS AT YOCR
BECK" imagine a Bungalow Type ht
Belleville 1 Spaclou, Bedroom, with
Haaliia. Ec*JirnI CoadUa-i. WeU I*.id
Out. Going for Under ci.sm. a j
B#,,roDm {t Large, one with Ra-ini
at Thornbury HIU. Very Good Condi-
lion. Modem Convenience-*. Spacioua
Yard encloaed wilh Stone. Vacant,
Going tar under CSOO. a 3 Bedroom
ColtBgc by Lower Bank Hall Mall. Rd
Modern Cnnvenlencea. Spaclou* Yard,
Going for Under 1100: A New 1 Hcd-
ri.irn lionewall Iluugalow ru>1 far frcim
Rockiey. Modern Coiiienleakce,. Going
ror Under *I.TO0; A Two-SRorey ip.rt
Mtonewam Near City. Oood Location
and Condition. Suitable alao a* a
Gueat HiHiae. Large Yard, Oolng for
(nder ]fno. Three City flu Wine, a,
ReaSaMfM (Storuywalli. Very Bu>y Area.
(alng fbr I i"tar atlSOD and HluDO
* VOUH hsstaVr- - 'Vj
Furntdird t'nlqu* and
r Sea.Id* BUno-
al Now. Wld*
Balhlnf, Treea,
Jamaa. over
CINCH'
Artlallc Super De Lai
all Bungalo
v.. nv gajta |
Ikrlualva Area
Indeed
Se.id* and Blaewhaie.
Aaeuied. Igaajgages
A Trained
Purnltur*.
Going
Building f
So-sad*
Arranged
\n. n.>ii*i r and Vee Ho
la' Me Sell Your Houeal
Elc al Auction Flnga. _.
'-'- If I CAN'T. WHO WILL*
Kindly Call at Olive Botjgh. Ha-llngaT
FOB SENT. HALF OB 1 I III
IIAGATUJLE HOUSE. St Thomai Up-
lalra Cloaad Gallery. Drawing and Din-
ing room. SJagakfaet room and Kltchen-
*it. 3 b.droemn running water In earn,
Teale* and Beth DOWNSTAIRS Cloerd
Qallarv. Living-room. Br*akfaat room
and KllcharuNI*. 1 Bedioom. Tollel and
Bath. FJtrW Ughl and TelepKon*
Appl. Maiaaar ol Bagatelle Planl.ll.in.
M T1-.i-, OM1 mi 11.1*1 -n.
The undrialgned will offer for ,alc bv
publfct arnpoUWan al their orBev, So H.
I'lgh gajeal. aarMaatown. on Thureda*
let February al I p m the freehold
darlllrighoUMi called
aitHFUii
in encellenl ordei >i>d mmtly rcnovaled.
in 11th Avenue. Beuevilla. with (SO
aauar* feat of land. Drawing, dining
and broakla.t reoena, 4 bediooma. bath
and toll*! and blMeaen. Oouble gar as*
In .pec t Ion by appointment only.
SEW
COTTIX. CATTORD A- CO
Sollcltc
SI I II
NkningCoughs
Da* t let DtornUiS and nlgbl eougli
aa., aitn.-ka ad BraeaShltls '.ASSBBM
J. alaap and anarg-y aaoiiiar aw
L*-w*J aa-dieiu* works Uu-u in.
phooeluliBi ranabag tha bronchia
Mbaja and Ivaw- SAajna MalplbS aatur*
Biiaaaa, lhaa ail*vUllng eoogrd*.g ajaj
i,ovi:n>Mi:\r >orni:s
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT
Vacancies for Road Overseers, tirade II.
APPLICATIONS are Invited for appointments to vacnnt posts of
Road Overseers, Grade II.
The posts are pensionable, and the position within the salary Nal-
whlch is ($4M x 48 1.200 (K 11.) 1.272 x 72 1.440) will be termlned In accordance with the experience and qualification of the
selectee.
The appointment wilt be on one year's probation in the first in-
stance and will be mnde subject to the selected candidates bclnf
passed as medlcallv lit for employment in the Public Service.
Candidates, who .should be between the ages of 25 to 30 years afli
who should have had some experience in road work, must be ablr
to read and write English, to keep correctly the Labour and Distribu-
tion Rolls, to set out and measure up all descriptions of road work
and to perform any uther duties that may be required of them by the
Director.
Each successful candidate will be required to keep a motor vehic ;
for use In the performance of Ml duties. A travelling allowance wi I
bt paid in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling AUOweW I
Regulations in force.
Applications, which should be yubmltted on the prescribed for-1
ibtalnable from the Colonial Secretary's Office nnd sealed In an n
velope marked "Application for post of Road Overseer. Grnde 11, Ot -
parlment of Highways und Transport." should be addressed to the
Director of Highways and Transport nnd will be accepted up to 4 p r
on Wednesday 31st January, 1951
21 1.51.3
laaae Na. S
PART ONE ORDERS
III
I IE FT-COL. J. IONNKI.1. BB I: B.B..
TBI BARBADOS RIOIMENT.
I n. Janaary. SI
I Ml Mil -
All rank. Will I
max January. ISSI.
Special!,*, will i
iul lUeli M..iali.U in.i'.m
Mi tntaiN lUNCAHiW Ove i?a

<.>1IV, ,;,.!.. and
paemua gai xim undrmc-tii Apply
Trlephon BS3B SO bl SB
Owner leaving I.Und ,oon. Two Bed-
rooma. Dining Room. Drawing Room.
Kitchen. Shop altarhed. ancloeed Yard.
Houaa wii* awallmai current. S Roods
II i 3 Perche. of Land. Apply M. D. C.
Ford, on premiere. ltilM a.
LOST
CAVE A SOACSMt* PI-SMTAIIONS
W* I art Mp f,., m|* by Public
Compeliinr, *t our OtBe* June, Btrwet.
Wl r-i.da. ind February IMI, al 1 p m.
CAVE A. pO^rM*** PLANTATIONS
'.-la kn SH. Lury and containing by
acre, 1 mod* S3 prrrhe*.
i.hich
14 .
ibout U
rage I. made
ere* let crop
reaping
up
PLOT OT SALE
tailing to Mm Ur
Land Finder plvaw
I COPY i
lloltar.l
n lo Advo.
IHl- .
BTC Tlc*^t-0 :-
Fineha- return aeme lo akin* WanS) '1
h.eriiu.k IBjwSt 31 111li
M acre* aour graa*.
S acree 13 percbae In prcpataUoii,
rend*, yard, etc
inapeceMn on appUcallon lo Mr.
tha premier*
YEARWOOD A BOYCE.
niiillsii
l.lll-*n
II- Coy- Light Mathtn* Oun irainuia !*>
ihe platoo group Inatnivlora will rend thu !*.%,,
Bnad, Band pracllc* parade* will be held o>
Thuiaday. 35th January. IMI.
oaiiSSLY OFFICER AND OBBBBLY gEEJEANT FOB
l JANl'ABT. ISSI.
Orderly Officer Lleul. K. O. Lsahtey
Orderly Serlaant MS L'S William. S.D
Neat fer daty
graining-Leading and unH.
ha. pn.-dc.
ei 1 -Stripping and a.aemblij
In readnw*. (or paiadc.
Monday n Wedncxday St I
Ml K I MUM.
"rderi* Serleani -
niuii .
The monllily Mi-aa Meeting of Ih* OfScei.
nth January. IMI al MIS hour. Honorary M
A CHASE. Malor.
A.iina Adlulant.
The H.iUil... Kammen'
I HOW.il Mis-
311 L/C Cluur. V.-HQ
LEAVE -Prlilt***
Major O F C. Walrolt. -Bn HO Grant..!
i Icavg the colony we f llth January, IMI.
!. C Walhrr. O -Dr. Ho -Oranted 14 day*
,-- Pmmotcd lo Cpl. w e.f IMh January. IMI.
y p Leei* with r^rrrdaai..
P Leave w el. ISIh January. IMI
|. A CHASE. Major.
Acting Adlulanl,
The Barbod... Regpjaant
Wc have
few
GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
at a price that cannot be repeated in .1 hurrv If you want nr
send your orders in to-day
rfflr? 11 \1n\1 1 %ii'inm i
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD
Broad Street a. Pier Head
late voucher* A term'* long I.
lo the preaent no peeasgja money If avgl
Appll-iiiu. ahould fonraid a atatemrnl
1 Date and place of birth
2 School, and Unlva-raltle, attended
.1 Degree, giving .object, and rlau obtained
t Poal graduate itudy. including Tracher'a Diploma or Caitiflcal.
Teaahliui .-perlenc* with date, and poaiiion, held
S War Service Mf anvi
7 Partlcipallon in oul-of-claa, BCllrlllea
Game* record
Admlni-trallva papertenro ilf aim
Medical Certlflcato of fltneaa
II Copie. of three recent in Unionist.
11 The name, and addm-a. of two referee*
Th* .titrmant togvther with Ccrtlfleale. of Birth -hould
covering letter of application
Candidate, living in th* Caribbean Am ihould aend their appl leal ton, to
Uie Honorary Secretary. Aknendra Sch.". OPO Bo* Htf Bridgetown. Barba-
"it March. IS*.
14 I SIIn.
attached
, B W I
ALEXANDRA SCHOOL. BARBADOS, B.W.I.
A Gradual* lo leach Mathcm
In Ma/ ISM Alexandra ScIi.k.1
roll and |, aided by Governmeii
Salary I For FlrM or Secrd Cli
Teacher-. Dlpli
For Greduati
plu. S3I4 pel __
HMO -at 1SS.J
poalllon on the Salary Scale
:luding an allowance for War Servl.
The |,i.t I, prnaUmabl*
payable but thr minimum qualify
up lo the pi*wnt no paaaagi
Application i..ga nould be sent By airmail to Th* Head
Barbndoa. B W 1 10 arrive not later 11
IISci
..Its. ruing by aso, (0 11.TM. and than by fit to BJU,
lum for a recognUed Teacher', Diploma or Carunrata.
1 decided by leaching
Teacher", Penilon Act No cordrlbuUona
period H te*. year. Kervlce at Alexandra
the Engllah Teacher'i SuperaiuiuaUon Ad
enrerding dSOO will be paid against appro
I. granted every Hi* year* on request bul
a.ailable for leave
tdlmoniaK the namee of two Referee,.
Alexandra School, Soelghlatown
ISth February. IMI
14 1 l -an
LAS CAMPANAS
NAVY GARDENS
W* have bees, metruclrd bv Ibe
owner. Mrs. Jama* Srailh. to aall
ty AueUon Ih* anUro furniture
and contenle of Law C^mpan**1'
which la loeaiad In a cui-de>e*c
off road oppageM the. Hotel reaps!
Oak Dtsjng Table and Chain. I
Oak China Cabinet. Oak Sideboard. .
Oak Tip-top Table. BrnaJI Cilae.
Tip-top Table, opa earl arid Am
Chalre. Maul Standard Laaap*
Suit* of Wicker F injure iffada.
Rocker*. Armchaara,! Small Ma i
hogany Occasional T.blss, SW- '
VOlving MnhogMiy t^ok.aaa. Piano I
'John Bl Hasina d m Sesil I
Mahogany Plant Stool*. Indlai i
Bras. Tray Table. Oak WrlUng
Desk wtth Book-case attached.
Table Lamp,. Two Indian Carpet.
Ill ft i 10 It. I Ins.) and HO ft
a in. x 10 ft In, 1. Patterned
Carpel ill K I In, x 1 fl. I Ina.t.
Rugs and Mala, Colin-1 Ion >f
Plclurss, Gtaas Candle Holder*
Avai^unar.t of Flower V-a*> A*
iraya, Singer Elecblc PorUble
S^-Ing Machine lAs newl O.B.C.
Radio T Tub* and Mahogany
Radio Tab!*. Slngl* Wooden Bed'
nnd Mattreaaaa. Malmgnny Ila.l-i.l-
Tabls-, raka-ring Isjrror. Oak
Drssslrui Cheat,. Oak Drsaalng
Tables. Medicine Cabinet, Cane
Linen Baaket. Electnr Stove
Jaehson". HefrlgeraUir "Cold-
laloe", Elavtrlo Irons, irenmf
Board. Electric Clock, aaeetrlc
Toaater. Eleculc Cuffe* Percol-t.-r.
Aaaorted Dinner, SaUd. Soup
and Desert Piste*. Veasaublc
Dlshe*. Meal Dtshe*. Win*, Cock-
Utl snd Liqueur Olss-es. Assort-
Otaex Tumbler,. Trull
Dishes. Taa Cup,
and Saucer,, Tea Plate*. China
Tea Pol,. Chlu Coffee Set. Bslsd
Bowi with servers. Pyros Csa-
aerole.. Small Pvr*. Mould*,
Kitchen Uurnslls.
Hoe*. Garden Tool.. Collection
Books and Oenarsl Mlacellaneou'
Items Including One
Bk-ycl.
Th* Radio, Fridge.
Cooker and many outer article
ant a lltll* over Mrs* monll.
1. Tenders arc lnvite4 for
the exclusive right to sell
liquors, lunches and teas at
Kensington Oval during the
Barbados Trinidad Tour
(approximately from Feb-
ruary 12th to 27th).
Tenders are required to
submit price lists for drinks
and lunches as well as pro-
posed menus of the lunches.
Should prices for the Asso-
ciation differ from those for
the Kuneral public these
must also be submitted.
2. Tenders are also In-
vited for the transportation
of th Trinidad players from
the Hotel to the Oval and
back during the Tourna-
nvstit.
3. Tenders must reach the
Honorary Secretary at C. F. .
Harrisons Office not later I
than 4 p.m. on Monday, \
January 22nd.
4. The Association does i
not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any Tender.
BARBADOS CRICKET
ASSOCIATION. INC,
W. F HOYOS,
Honorary Secretary
7.1.51.6n
i*,','.v*;w. -
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
BLAB0N
A.F.S.. F. V A
II Forawrlr Dteoo a Btata
FOR SALE
"ROCK BCrTBO"Care Hill. A
wall maintained snd produeUve
Ealat* of eon ur 31 acre* In a very
lovely po-ilion 1 mile* from City.
Th* houaa Is worthy of special
nolle* snd poeasaacs great charm.
It, general condition I* Scellant
and there la spacious aceommoda-
-gl'NBET NOISE" Prospscf.
SL James. Bungalow with wide
aea frontage snd good boat an.
chorea*. 1 bedroom., lounge.
Idea, garage and paved courtyard
with plenum! garden. Sound buy
St C3.1M.
"CBANS VIULA" leodern
lone-buill property wilh approi.
bounded by Crsne Hotel
_ _.'. Converted Into 1 large
self contained apartments. Ex-
cellent Inveslmenl property wilh
_ bathing Offer, Invited
BON ACCI'IL" Pine Hill
Large well built re.ldcnce In the
higher part of thla arlecl area
A rcomm .ids t ion comp ri*m* Is rge
recepllon rooma and verandah.
study. 1 large bedroom,. 3
garsse, and outbuildings: I'li.i-
ant lawn* and gardena Wilh tenm*
rounds approK. *'i acre*.
Offered at attractive flgur*.
"CASABLANCA" M.-w-ll-
Coast. A beautiful property etn-
hodylng the finest pre-war work-
manship snd welt planned wirh 1
recaption. 8 large bedrooms, ve-
randah, kitchen, pantry, garage
toraroom* etc The land I,
appros. 1 acre* with rlowwr and
liable garden*. productive
d and
"VILLA ROSA"- Psauote Road.
City. Attractive and cmtrally lo-
ratad alone bungalow with double
carriageway Approx. 14.000 sq
fl This well built property con-
tains a front gallery, large lounar.
separate dining room. 3 large bed-
|et. pantry and kitchen
Good courtyard at rear.
"DEANB HOLLOW"SI. Lucy
aanl country horn* of atone
with ahlngl* roof containing 3
hedioon... MMng and dining
rooma. kitchen, servsnl quarter*.
* anrsge* snd loierooms. I>,
.. jf fertile land, option fur-
ther IH scree Offer* considered
TEE OLIVES"-Upper Colly-
or* Rock T..,m- modem bun-
ilow with nDproc | gen of
I. kitchen aarden and orchard
Large lounge: gallery: 4 bad-
mom*, flttad kilchcn. garage etc
Centrally located.
Bill dim, LAND Nearly 1
-res of land on edge of escarp-
menl near Club Morgan. Ideal
poalllon for good class property
*L i'"o*w>w
Gap. Worthing Attracil.a alone
bungalow aitualrd in a popular
residential diatru-t I dining room 1 bedroomn. with
built-in wardrohog. modern
kitchen, garage with direct arc***
to house S mlnulea Walk lo *x
couasnt sea hathhig and OoU
Course.
COAITLAND. SI. Jamas-3
acre* of escellenl building land
with aea frontage which may be
Sola in half acre lota If required
RENTALS
"In Chancery"Inch Marlow
Modacn Furnished bungalow
* Flor*>" Kent. Unfum.ihed.
UAL KSTATK AOSNT
ACCTIONTauT-,
l*laau^4TATIONB BUILDINO
Phone 4-40


SUNDAY, JANUARY II, US1
SUNK\Y \DVOC\TE
PACK THlRTfrV
Pilot Records BHr "--ta **"*
Help Medicos ART IN THE CARIBBEAN
Fight Disease
i Ulk b> Denis Williams 01
"Art in the Caribbean". As out
renders should know Denis Willi-
Talk by llem. Williams
IS -Caribbean Voice*' on Suata;
21st lost the BBC
.'.IW'IPEG Jan ont ol *-"- 1,oma in lhe t*"
t li i c tliouuiul 'former gramme not the usual prose or
lit A I a|p4nt medi- ("f"^ b>' *** ,-d'-"> eSBs
cal aru-nce to light heart diaeaae. bu
Or. A. L. M ithrwson ol Wmnl
peg. consultant in cardiology
d*iic^V'7VnrvA rS ^'^izrzssrTZSf*--
m^icasru in ...i inurvie* nere -^ with his exhibition. In Lon-
i^' ^,",' "!*. 22 :>'" '" '" >"e^r.'enu or
^L.i '">"'-"<'ioiTnM of D>. Jo Harrison of the Brltisr,
appamill) i.,lihy persons that council. Follonlrut thin ulk bv
-a ever mItrtaken Dmls v/miams thtre will be I
Tn.-v Mm that tho wobbly ,hort story by a newcomer "
lines on 3,inift airmen's charts the programme. B. Calvin
aw bow lieart diaeaae be- Barbndo*. Broadcast begins
gins and become* serlou* and the usual tint* of 7.15 p.m.
how in trrm it better
^ Another Wot Indian
I survey. _being conducted in AnMm West Indian
"Know The
Empire"
known U-^dcasters will *lv
_. their Impressions of men and .leOWDON
UhSi. women of >osterds> who re-idied the Empire and U
nii>ence in the HU, The tlrst <-omn.onwe.ilt,. Is tit* theme of
.pesker i>- Sj Join. Ervlne tM * *** of weekly broadcasts
talks of Thoma* Hsnty on which the BBC will start on
Wednesd*}. 24Mi ins*, ut 8 SO J-"iuary If for older British school
p m Urao. Th# programmes have
i been organised under the itcn*rai
supervision of Professor W. K
D O |* Pn UsDtVlt IlUUltf ,f Commonwealth Affairs m th<
Programme
Thi
the faculty of medicine at the hMtrt""in a RRT nntsramm* in *
ft ,.! Manitoba, .ill d 1'be doming weeS rl?'.. How. g -
SI how accurate the Spencer of the Colonial Seere- Ma p
Jamaica who will be
Wp'n
electro-cardiogram Is. Dr. Math
nnm said. interviewed by John Figueroa In can^swTvsU
In coronary heart disease the third of the current series Chrtet: in p>
which is moat prevalent Can We Do It?' In which the p,,"h?'d" -TL _
- hurt io diMgnose the ex- question of tackling world-wide iiso p" -ni. Nr-
V nl "( Hn by ordinary problems by the ordinary man is MiMriaa.; ibis pm
methods. DM ot th<. electro- discussed Howard Spencer will ^""'i.ll'iSIi.!!^ """'
Vardlograpn i> very important be questioned on his own expo, i -
here. ences in running adult educnlioi
"But luarLs of healthy persons classes sponsored bv the Exlrn-
"imetimes show abnormal card!- Mural Department of thn Univer-
ograms. And persons suffering slly College of the West Indie*
from heart ailments may have In Jamaica. This series is now
normal tracings. running on Wednesdays at T.ll
p.m.
If we rely too heavily on this The 1920s
the
of London
The series, which will continue
for nine weeks, include talks on
political, economic and strategic
siNDA-T. JAMtABr II. ism problems of the Commonwealth
~^m?)ttJ?7&lLa&XZ The speakers will be. m addi
nr ;b ,. rtMiammr l*i-l*. ' m --on '" Protessor Hancock: l"T>i-
ai S",tol1 !^utn' JLM m c""n' "" f*ssor G*rald S. Graham. Impc-
llm&!7,& rial History. London g"*Wrstt.;
uis am ptoirimnK iiixir Professor Hrotligar J Habakkuk
IISB a.m Intnitid*. II m Sinidat' ~
rfcivk.i lt*f noon Tttr Nt. 1110 p m
111 be New* A ml yiii ISIS p.m Cloa* Dotm;
\!,im. MaaaMinr. 4.30 p.m Sun-
Hour; BOO p.m Campuwi >(
; IIS ptii laaienerV CtM>k
the W
up gss t/cvsin* rtft, _
inJ fillfj hiv hfjrt
wire iV-tgi'i* wtli look."
/O/rV MAstriHI)
:;:::::*ASS*K3?
Rconomic History. Utuvi-i .:
Oxford- Prolessor Nicholas Mon-
.crgh. Cummonw<;illh Relation ,
Royal Institute International A:
"J^j fairs; and Professor Jack Sn' -
Th mons. History. University College.
Leicester
ftSISSlI I M I'
W AllBlVall. I.
Has.V.',K*TISSltogii Besides the talks DM in
cnmpoNt be three features: the hrst
T'l. I
MONI1AT JAM ABV . IS1I
0 a.m. TIM News. 7.10 am. New-
ilyl. 7.IS m Prum the IVIIlotiali.
a m. Frofnmmi rarailc 1 am
. m. sinatm ii -. Oood a Thlna, *90 am
Let1* Matte Mu-et. a m The Delwi,
Pi wSS. MM j BOO .m The New*: S 10 a n
Home Newt Inun Britain S 13 am Ckir
Down: 11.11 am. Prosrwmme parade
11 JO a.m. UMfifi. Choice; 114B am
mstrument. in are likely to diag- Thc ne~prOsTamme in the S^ir^pT*!^1 AnstoT"
nose heart disease when there cumml BBC series on -The H.ilf p Ctoa. r-i.; *u.
isnt any. We want to nnd out centurywhich will be broad- "*.""'"'}'
just how good the cardiograph cast on Sunday. 21st. lnst. at 9.00 *j,-, ,, ini^iud.. ,.
' p.m. will tell of the twenties. "^p Niaht. at ihe Opeia. s
Dr. Maihewson said by follow- the decade of the Bright Young [^ i?0'p^?-N;Wn^M.lS-,.'ii Jl,.'
In| Mart disease from its begin- People, plus-fours. jax and tho rw mutual rnsnd. til pm. The CMstUi
Art of nearhenniblnS' ISO pm Radln
N.'-.trel. Ill pm Citlvhlail
Kay Mat tut
C*.*i.pei
The Story Teller.
ning as is being done with the British "General Strike. Th<
veteransdoctors should be able writer of this programme is
D how to diagnose more Rebecca West, novelist, poe>.
closely its exact nature m all critic, historian and political com-
mentator, and one of the most
stimulating of present-day writers
Three years ago ihe was named
:he 'World's Best Reporter' by the
L'nilod Stales Women's National
Press, and last year she was
awarded the C.B.E The narrator
in the programme U the well-
known actress, "Margaret Rowl-
ings. Like all the broadcasts In
ii, this series the proEranwne lasts
for one hour from 9.00 p
s.aw i;
Australia and New Zealand, wni-
ten by Colin Wills: the second on
the Gold Coast, compiled Dom
material supplied by the GuM
Coast Government; and the third
on Mai.iy,. nrranged and recorJed
in Singapore by Radio Malaya.
RIVERSIDE CLUB
COMMITTEE
Mr. N. D. Osboume was elect
ed President of the Riverside
Club at the Annual General Meci
ir.g which took place at the Club's
room* in Constitution Road on
Thursday night
Other Officers elected wen-
Mr O F Harris. Vice President,
Oscar Clarke. Treasurer,
Like a nappy memory, the hauntinf
fri|rance of Miteham Lavender brings
^k the English countryside to Barbados
" Oriflnally made by Potter A Moore
n their Miich.im Distillery two hun-
dred yeirs ago. Miteham Lavender
his ever since been dedicated to
Beauty the World ^ver.
"Stamina, strertfth and
appearanceall outstandint;"
soy MsCor/stf and Tyrt Supadert ahk*
The trrad i
."ifhf. tns
f n ii in i tk
tvfore
(bra
( lo*K
--t.1
Ihe improved All- HinJisr buiinu'd
'"d- sedtwmil. aravldtr"
tixiKia horn -r-
daanatr, amt
wh it.__
I Notch*, lor ssffer (top* rcitui
eeery dirtctica of forai
tkid throughout UK Ihas
lyrc't lociaer bir hw-a-n
iissa
I ITCH A H IMMOM
LAVENOFR WATER
TALCUM "OWDf*.
TOUET SOAf
O SHAVING SOAP
BUlLllANTINf
SOZEN PBllLiANTiNI
AFTta-SHAVE LOTION
llieir patients.
Hutje Recordti Help
During the early years of the
Second World War, 6.000 a.rme.i
in Toronto were given electro-
eardlographie csaminations. That
is. electrical recordings were
made of the action or their hearts
Another 1.000 were recorded
Edmonton.
After the war. another 2.000 '0.00 p.m. on Sunday ^nighi
recordings were taken from 'I Wss There
uho wanted to take up For the past three weeks the
commercial flying and had to be BBC has been broadcasting '
fi<" i r heart disease. series of programmes under Lbs
titte of 'I Was There' in whit h
Dr. Mathewson's plan calls for historical events are described by .
these men Id receive re-examlns- t-ye-witnesses. The first three of
lions by cardiographs every five these have dealt with sporting I
years. The scheme, in operstion events but the next in the series j
for 3ve years now. probably will Wtdnesday 24th lnst will tell ,
not provide any great knowledge about the declaration of war on
for a while yet as the study group August 4. 1914 and the eye- |
n Just approaching the age where witness is Harold Nicolson who ,
coronary heart disease begins tc was then the most junior member ;
appear of the Foreign Office staff and
who had to retrieve a letter froir.
Letters have come from as far the German Embassy and subst'
Egypt. South America and the tute the right one. How he go"
United Kingdom. Dr. Mathew- on in this delicate manoeuvre will
son said the response has been be described in his talk at 7 45
"wonderful." Ha has been able i> m. on Wednesday next.
Io keep in touch with 3.000 of Memories of Hardy
Ihe original 8.000 R.C.A.F. Another programme aeries now
veteran'-. Dcing broadcast by the BBC is
(C P ) "As I knew Him" in which well
CnisgaMi* '*< Vhe"wala. si. Miss Dorothy Harrow. Secretary;1
.. ,.,., c-ioert Mali. lO.oo pm The Mr. C. Ramsay. Assistant Seoe-
Msssj 10 10 p.m Prom the gditonal*. ,. _a M_ M H,*rklr'
Ml p in lli>'- a 1-a.ish 10 pm '"">. anti nsrs m iK.ci.itt>
Itlence Review. 11.00 pm H->* '.. (1i, Whaitoll. Mrs. OlgM Symmoml*.
P"t* -,,,.. >* M Maloney and Mr. S Wil
wmui. LUS He VvAm ., N H, >"ck. members or the Committee
mux it:.. Mr of Management
Pimples andJBad Skin
Fought in
24 Hours
IKERS DRUG STORES
niiiiiertuis Knnrli-n;nks (or the home which
ran be made from I'l.YWOt.l..
We have jusl received -
American phyaician It ii KoloBsir ateaa- I healins eour aSlB,pSSMM H i-ljar. whiwr
..tf for anyone Io fuS.r frim Uflr. dl- an4 *letr imooth In Jut* SSSf or l*a
tu 11104 * Pimpi, Run, Rid|- la Ih. ^lentlOc it...m.i.l rtw h- >*"
ad-.Brabl*. lllljfiSjTl jll"J" "*"~-----------
luitlns
i>rh aa
____e you look >
j you lo pm "in QSSSl Mat
rt. to Mln
_ .Ilaisswa ha* bro-sw
,r ikinthit nrw .Irarir, healthi.r Ulna W ihouasnSa.
kt a bad Mitt uHikK. ho ruaa "I luflrieS I
Kieiainc a.y, and don I let a bad
mile poopl* think you alt dUoaaHL
>i r.' Ppi for 11 ,'
A New Discovery [ ia(i i i,-.< NiaaSera, ii an oinUnenl. bvl diiT-rrnt iwaint in 10 nlnuie*
ttora any ointment you ha-
f.lt It ii a n*w tfiarr)**!., _
lie-iy bul loli. iiinnii likr a pmilrr h
' f II. II ptMllll" ranidly Into t
rolaurlac* blr
l.li-. Nlioieraa nut l
Rial
T.s:
..i.talin
oublx 11
alleaoTleti tr.pcnBihlo'tor'^iiydrtofdara. aaiuiartiotv Oet NiiaSaVnt
CHURCH SERVICES
8T I'M'l.s
7*0 am. llol- Comniunloo. S .
Solemn Mmi and Sermon. ] p.m. Sun
Srhool and Chtidier.' Servtret. I I
Evenaong and Sermon,.
Wedjieadav Mtn 7 p m Eve ol SI Pa
130 pm Solemn Eventon* gaTSMn
l-i.-c.i."!, Preaciit-t Tlte Hev. A,
loUtiam Ptie-t of st ,'l>i|ip i Ni V<
Ml IHODIST
-U...I... -Li Jaataaey ><>
JAMB* STREBT 11 a.m. Her. V I,
reice. 7pm Rev F. Grlffln
PAYN11B HAY -SJ0 a.m. Rev.
Mrush. 7 p.m. Mr. p. Daane.
H..I
M,.
Mr. M. Blunt.
a.m Rev H
P I> Rnarh
Mr. S. Phillip-.
WHiTKI(Al.t, IWmn
7 p.m. Mr V. SI. John.
CtlJ. MFMOIilAl.- II
UrColloufh 7 pm Mi
HOIJrroWN a m
7pm Mr O Sttt
BANK MALI, SO a m llarveal
Peallval. Rev F Gilltln. 3.30
l-hildren'a III', Service. 7 p.m. II
Keallval. Rev. R. Mifulloufh.
"~KniHT-rrWK II am. Mr. H. M'
Wt31.I.l.N(tTCKN STREET II
noes Mooting. S p.m. Compar.' Meetinti
T p.m. Salvation Meet Ins. Preacher: aV
Major Olbo.
tilHTlN II a.m. Holme Meelins
1 p.m. Company Meetlas. 7 pm SSIva
lion Meetln*. Pre-hen Ueuienan
Gunlhorpe.
fill H KOAD#> II BBI II..
Inf. 3 p.m. Company Merlins, r p m
fc.lvat.ott Meetltis. Preacher: IJeulenant
lUud..
SEA VIEWII am Holl'te*. Meatind
.1 p.m. Companv Meellne. 7pm Solva-
llon Mealing. Preacher: l.leitlenanl
Qlbboni
tJ.H<.i RAY II .m Holliic- MeollhH
3 p.m. loituanv MeetlnS- 1 P '" Rolea-
Iton Mrriini Preacher Ueulenani
SJtlenno.
bind*. 1 i
-H.MI
7 pm -PAI.
IllrrilESDA -9
Payne. 7 p m.-P.M.
. Rev. r. Lawrence
Itev
I'.,.
croob:
Cloab:
II. it
ranura-ii am- R>'
7 p.m Rev H. C. Payne
DALKEITH-S a m. R.
7pm Mr. H. K Ollkea
UU.yoNT-11 am Rev. E J OrMSn.
7 p m. Mr A. L Mayert
--OIT1I DISTRICT a.m. Mr. G
nawnmbe. 7 p.m. Rev. B. Croebv
PROVIDENCE--11 am. Mr R Union,
f p m Mr Q Hania
VAUXHAI.I.-11 a.m Mr O Jotiea
r p m. Supply
MORAVIAN
ItoraiL-CK STRKET- II am Rev D '
Moore. T p m Mr F Barker.
GRACE HIUU-ll am Mr
V p in Mr O Weeke-
IX-LNIXTK-H a.m. Mr. I> Ctilpovpor.
T mi Mr G Franc)*.
MONTC.OMEJ1Y -7 p nt Mr ft Green
SHOP MLUs-T p.m. Mr F G. Smith
Dt-NSCOMRE-ll a.m. Mr T Barker.
1 pm. Mr F O. Downea
mi SALVATION AEMT
CARI.TON-11 am. Hollnei. Meeting
i p.m. Company Merlin*. 7 p* Halvatio
Meetlts CondufMd by Major A. I
MoAVtt iDlvlatonal Convnander i
RltlDGFTOWN CSSNTRAI. II "
llollneaa Meetmrl. 3 n m. (Vm.tanv Mer'
ii H. T S-fn Matnartal Servicer CotiSn. led
by Major Mallrtt iR> ttor Late Siatei
IWanfOlltie Hlnd.1.
iffP.,. ::' :--------v.--------r,--:.555i
CHRISTIAN SCICNCg
FirM Church ol Chnal. Sclent lot.
Brldsetown. Upper Bay Street
Sunday* II a.m. and 7 p.m WeSne
,m d.-"i S pm A Service which irtlua.-.
tr*t TeaUmon'Oa of Clirletlan Science Realms
Surdav. January M. INI Bublerl <<
l*a-o-n-ReriiK.ii Uie Golden Test. J
John II. Thla la the re.-ord. thai God
hath glren IO u eternal lite anil tht.
lire i. in Hla Son.
THE NEW-TSSTAMRNT
CBi-acai or ood
10 30 im Continuation of Convantlon
at Queena Park. aponaDred 1>-
A Inter Preechrr J D Reeoi
MEALING INSTRUMENT.
3 pm. Voting people Conventtoii
Queen i Park. OrnCUt Speaker. Rev. J. 1
ftee-or, Local Speaker. Rev. A. R Brorrv
7 IS g-BS. aTvangellSlc eampalmn .
! the mil robe*
.......lBle for akin _____
I. It alope lulling, burning and amarllng
In 7 to 10 iiunute, and ci1b and loothea
the akin 1 11 helpa natura heal the aKlr
Clear, toll and veiiriy aatoolD.
Works Fast
Becauto Nlaadaem li iclentlflcallr eont
Kundrd to nertt akin Iroublei. It vorki
iter than a.-.ything yog hate aeen li
tour lif- w.'irrr It topa tho Itching, burn
Ing and irtirting In a lew mi'.utri. thct. .
atarti to aera, Ittunedlalely. clearing and today. Tba
atlarm. It -tope
_____aa I could aee my aklri
_, .Iraring up on the aecond day. All the red
ud W no. dktfapirtns blotchea and Kaly akin dlasp-
pe.rcd H.IO day. My Irlfilda -ere amaaed
al Hit impratcBMBl la my apprn>n.
Satisfaction Guoranleed
Ntkedee-t co.U abaoluUly nothing tin-
lr.. it Ean jour asm to your oatapMo
. mirror in tho
. .. amaard al the
imorotament Tttan Juat keea) on it"1!
Nl.ede.se, tor OBS *'-k and ai U.e rodI ol
that lima U mini have made your akin
aoft, clear. amooUl and magnetically at-
tract i.emuil gi-e you U.e kind ol akin
that till make you admired whororar you
go, or you amply return the emtitT P 'k-
a.e ar.d your nwiiey alll be refundil in
lull Oel Nralairt Irorn your OUinlai
tntea pruletli you.
insist on cooorffAN ruses
you c<4* tuut
GOODYEAR
THE CIT1Y GARAGE
TRADING CO.. LTD.
KIENZLfe; CLOCKS'.
A wide nelcclion ol desiKns In ihose well known
CLOCKS. Mantel nnd h*nginn Wall Clockn, Well-
mimler Chimes and Blm Bam. Travellln Clockt in
red, blue, green, grey, beige, etc.
Desk Clocks with dainty enamelled designs.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Jewellers.
HuIn.n Lane.
KeureaenUliv\s lor Ihe Rolcx Watch Co
. FAITH-
(jue.n Park
Itreaoi
rvlet
! night until t
i |p>
rm
HOUSEHOLDERS AND BUILDERS ALL
We now have a complete range
of palnte and everything from
fish-hooks to counter-scales.
Can't get it? Try ub for it!!
LTD.
tPPUM l
(iKAi-m n.
BACOM (silted) lb
HAMS Krv.kr.ll n
CHICKEN IIAIHHI
\i>i*i.i-:s Mm
I'l.HH Huh
II \< IIFM (In-.
in-
son* nisei its iin.
^\\i i i nts( i us
i - . r i r il i Una
i in I hi-: tb
I'llHK S.%l'NA I \MS A \IMM\I VIH
in,, a hollies
(Ol HI N \KR BARBADOS
INVESTWENTS
Consult - -
A. M. WEBB.
Slt,rkbrvk-r
XT Broad St. (Over
Phoenix Pharmacy)
: Phone 479 :-
Uw/w/.w//.v////>w>W
PERKINS & CO.. LTD.
I \l B1 A ISO? Kaehurl. *ll
iin :.\iio\.'.'
I AriOllV MAAA'.IIIS
Take this npportoally of nhlalnlni your requirements la :
GALVANISED 4 STEAM PIPE
ii.'i.tng from ', In. upwards
MILD STEEL
Fists. Koiinde. Hqnsrsa In all Itlsss
LOVELY
PRESENTS J
40
IN ELECTROPLATED
WARE
BOLTS
NUTSAll Size.
FILTER CLOTHWhite Cotton Twill
Al rillCEH ih ,| ..I....I be r.aealeg.
Th- il.lltil llOS POI \1>HY Ltd.
WniTE PARK ROAI1, HT. MICHAaX
ROYAl STORE
V KNOWN AS
SHIRT
EMPORIUM
OF
BARBADOS
call early and .alecl
I
Y. DELIMA & CO., LTD.
S -Phone 4M -o- 20, Broad Sircet J.
ysvwts g ai>>e -.-.--.-.--. .-.---.-^>v--.''---> >* ;.
PLAY SAFE IT PAYS
I.A0IF.S' PLASTIC KAIN COATS
In Siies 4U, 42, 41
$2.10 S22I S2.34
I'r.ileil Your Child Irom Ihe Wealher We have
RAIN COATS
TO KIT AM. SL/.KS PROM 6 YEAHS UP
al $1.84 and $I.M
SCHOOL SHOES And HATS FOR (URLS
Also SHOES for BOYS and CAPS
Haa| New Novelty Materials have been added In
Our Assortment
SEE THESE AND BE CONVINCED
"TZhe JSroadway Dress Shoppe
No 1 BROA0 StMET
l///.'.V/AV/X
VA-.-.'.-.vx*w.-r
Wi aaj supply you wlta the following Modal. ,
OEHTB 37* ROADHTERH In BLACK and OREFN
W 8P0RTB MODELA
LADIEg do
RACERB
Psy u. s TlMt and * Ui... new Modal, on di.play
- Also
Th. FsDiou. MILLER and IMPBX LIOHT1NO BETA, nERCUI.r.H
Hpr.liD 1IUBH LOOKS. BELLS, and many other Blcyi-U
Acosssenes.
All st Reaseaable Prless
Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
(THE HOUSE FOR BAJtOUNS)
No. 16 Swan Street ::: "Phone* 210*. 4406 A
VISIT
sMUfil Hpol of Hie Ialsnd
t. tvilli or wlllioul prlvsle
Bath

We |ie. ulise In Fish and 1-obMer
I .1. 'ii mi, ind Dinners
dqnwatch diobiL
Ttlephone 95-276
Bathsheba
CUTLERY and
PLATED WARE
Small (anteeiiv ( i! Knives
I nilt- and sjnn.li-.
Slulnless Slcel Carver Hals
Sclt nl VptHin-.
( .ke lurk,
( nke Batkels
also
LARGE THERMOS
FLASKS
PLANTATIONS LTD.
.


p.vr.r FOURTEEN
BtTNDAi advoi \tp
gtMlMV, JAOTART . 31
..\i. sr*nt:i.
Indians W ill
Celebrate
Next Friday
HE B-j
. \- B<
Fells Trees
At 68
i.
tailed \ > rgraaw tree
v.hich .1 :<.' month ICO
in low Nelson in iquari
ii BB-.x 1'hiltiis.
11 broad-:.
. win. w-,u. .1 thrrr
quarter ilftv khaki shirl and
felt iimi and who was shell
ahoekad in thi- i-iM miH woti-i

tripping in-.
But F'liil-
llps. or s th*t wood
cuttarl and
has m pair U hie hanns lb
wean, itaoui U.n-i thick boll
around I
to knep him pul
lifting iin* trunks
Piulh; b II - I iluil h< ,j
not as atf n when he
wag oui in Panama ..i 23 Mllm
Trees and killini' smtke* hul hr
I* Mill tOUgh
At R8. cutiuiK down i......trtnd
tree which is four yard- in i
cumfcreiui tivi Sainni'. IH
trouble so long aa ha has sharp
tools. To Sammy hll tOOll ,ir.
patting i i i......
and he kn-ps ihcm sharp It
take* hint about iwo araafcl
hew down ii Uraartod
IhM atte and bo will rhnrgi
about 550 for the |ob
Chnsra hy T.kjer Cat*
Saiiimv Phillip*-- went to Pan;i
ma when hi- wai 23 and Itayc-
for ten year* Bvforaj ihv:- ra
pushed handcarts and was a lon-
nhoroman He has felled tru-
nnd seen snakes crawl from
within ihem and near the nvn
in Panama and he will U-ll you of
Uaar cats whitji aaada him run
lit .: struck l>y a heav\
i hm ,.i wcmki onoa when ha >-.,
aboard a boat in I'tinam
and becinie unconscious.
Whan war started In ltH
Snmmv Phillips went to Bnglaif
Od enlisted Tin- vnsulns yeai
were years of trawlling ovei
f beiiiK snow bound, of
sceinic famous pl-ices in Rona
and in Grreee and of Ixzuu thai
shocked
And alter he returned fix'1
Europe to Itarbados. Samm;
uitaiii look to Woodcut *
ting. I!.- ta nan aw 11 traa abon
the island and can pva you thi
names of the slraniiu om".
Sammy lives near a rauataf of
tiro in a quiet retreat in Two
Mile H1U.
Canada Will
Sell More
(.ocxls To W.L
Mil T i.i. \M .i.\ 'nil cana-
immactl Ti n d e
.rier for Itu
l i .
ildad arrftsad In Bar-
rai T.C.A. to dis-
cuss with busi-
irTtrinls. the
ry behind,
and tin- working
or the Trade
Liberalisation
Plan which dc-
eloped at meet-
ings held in Lon*
in -luna taal
batwaan tha
{Canadian Gov-
rnrnanl and the
Katzenja turner*
H rought Trinidad
To Harbudos
THE K^t/en-aniM ,, s-,
"huh returned io Trinidad \,\ the
rolwnhir |it Thin (.,, ,i , ,
I here as ambassador* o-| ncv
tola of rouak that originated In
iba bud ol tha Uumoauig Bud
They have hit man; Bai
laad opinion .f what e.
real steel band sounds like
The boys, nearly all laon BaMn
nuna under the aii|M>i vision of Mrr.
\iolet il,or(,( Coi-iesiKUiding Set
retar.v of the TrfeDidad and Toban
women's Institutes and Men'
(iroups Thaa wan met at ti.
IfattKagc Warehouse hv Mi
Crawford, Mil1
At Athlone. Kunt.i'x-u,-
I -.,,
' ma ame evening the,
rived. Son.i,i. Dao
indinK
in- Bapubtk 04 India next Fral-y
:
ii 4.45 p.m. under
trie patron.....I ii, Honour Mi.
J W H Chineiv The Chair will
K taken by His Honour Mr H. *
Vautban
Mr r. ii
" ( P and ->thers. Thaie
flag-hoist ii >k
and an udUress will be given o:
ne Aaao-
The Assoeiati"
invitation to all East li
.
omunH] In Bar-
bados Is growing, and li i
There are now abo
i2li ln<:i.
w being built m Konla-
.lle AnOiher mosque U to bt
tuilt in Lakes Kollv. and there it
tc be a school for religious teach
a ;dso The buildings wil
i < the property of the Barbados
Vuslin Assriation, to which the
balom
Apart from tbl
WANTED : AMMUNITION
tOl'KMIAOEN
The theatre at Aai!
' Annie Get Your OOB
Hi. has issued an S t S BUM
.iitridges are unobtainable. If
he public rannot supply Anna
vita ammunition, the plag
apltulate.
SEA VIEW
GUIS. HOUSE
in i>ii hi
RELIEF
w
All..
the Vt -alh
Sun Rises; 6.11 a.m.
Sun Sels: ! i> "
Moon (Full) i ui.i.T-. n
I lahllng: 6.30 p.m.
Hlfh Water: 3.0S a.m., 3
P.*.
Veslerday
li.iinljll Total for Month to
cUj: i.i; i Ina.
Tempemtnre (Mln) 75.0F
Wind Hit.......,
t. Ni-.. (11 a m ) E.N.E
Wbid Velocity 14 mile per
lUromeler i !t a.m )
30 M2 (11 a.m.) .MS.
Kingdom from then
I .1 ., mi..ill I Ik.l ____ u *.-l"
ICiveriiment
Mr Major is
i iiiiM major at ay ing at the
M........ Hotel ,| .,,|:
; MM wink.
I that the object ol Um
Man was to trwraaaa tu- volum
. iradc betwrei i
w,->t India
As a result of the diflu i.l! DOM*
n In Whlcfa the United Klng-
nd owar parts ol Ha i
nng area found IhanUalvi
1B4H, Impoit* to the West Indies
' wn m 'lured sharp-
ly
During the paal lew month:*,
marked ini-
proverneni in tha axchanaa poal*
. Hiig area, that it
r now possible to put into effect,
i plan whereby many Canadian
Utportera who have been denied
I to sell their anode In
hi- i raa fM the past |l i
mii now i-- able ! i'
Obiluurv;
Mr. Hilton Edwards
The death oerurred Bt In- i'-i-
dence, Fairlield. Welches., yester-
t-ay of Mr Hdton II Edwarda,
Marchant of this Cit)
Mr. Bdwardf nttei tn- cii.
rareei y i ol W "
Johnson & Co Latai
partnership with Mi W li Roacb,
of Bvatn Mi>ach i
lie waa intartainv Inti
and for tnaru yaari
OAkda] Btartai t< the Barbados
Turf Club.
He in yoara paal inatnba
of the Hlghwan and Banltar)
al st Mi. i....-1 but
i. pnhtu
He leave* to mourn their loss
widow and one daughtca H
Maskell In vrnom da<
fiulhy Will be offered.
'.'>i ... , in
the direction of getting rid ol Im-
port control* in the We I lad i
the rcaloratlot t
trad*, relaliotu betwtvn Daibadot
and other parts of the DrlUah
Caribhenn This ofncial lap MM
taken bj tha Canadlin Q an
at the beginning or January
the yrar when all eontrola on .
port) into < done V.""m^. '
"** *J "'! "I engagem
On Monday, Daceanber ik ,i >
eontiibutc.....i musical luiutn.
held .it Dodda, St Philip, and
the roDowtai Thurada
on a niecaaaful -.how al the Glol^
rhealrc. OutstirtidmK rot
the Classics, was Hudoi,,, ,
on aolo on the iiing-poiiu on ti-
tled "Holiday With siuK-
Two nights latai tha Band i
el again at the Globe, and bj
-pen.,! reejueai, the) played than
'" ' night Tin- Anders..!,
brothers excelled again, Morv)i
playing the aolo Dannj Bog" u
Rudolph SthuLK'Hs Sen
Hundredi attended Uu
on Christinas Alornm^ ,it ' Jn |
baaj the Steel Uand'h lerulitions 0,
Christmas Carols, and on ChriB'.-
mas Night dancer* at Empire Clul
were entertained Iy aulhenti,
Bota lihythms
On Christmas Bank Hohila-
Christ Church le.sidmts had
chance to heur the Daiitf* wK.
thaj played at tha PUuta Thaata
Oi.stm. at 215 pin Al 7at0 p m
Hut want down tn Speightaiowi
where they put on I show at lh
Astor Theatie
Captain Saiaoi ka highly i
the Band s iierformatue after tlH
asMsted the Police Band In ante)
Inmates ol the Men
BfHh
I
j InUUa RaMITllto n'( l Mlp NlUH
, iiOmi dbhIs. ihm 4>fmi
I r*m.*l,. -in. iu .!*fUl *Ml>l' iiwn^
,11-1.1. -I ? Wllk- fc-l!- ~|.
, UM ...U-m IHM 1 niuiu IW V> m.i.l
DR MORSES
PILLS
RRST CHOOSE
TOUR CAREER
MUM
uuim
tltlllll'
am iiinat
lap
... I'*
aaaa
ruinu
Crnuam
OMfiaM
UMiunau
wMTiuamai
TiiiiibM
iMlUI
mm *"< *"
^(dp tor in* fUy qualify
man who n r-icd lor t e job YOU tin M ttut
msAuccauhil, ptoipsrout. with you' luiura
siurw)by nudying < hor>e in your ipir* tlma.
fluldad by tbe pe'ionsl tuition ol Tha Bannrtt
Colleg* Dunne* nukn no dllerencs
WE WILL HELP YOU TO
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SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND
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INDIAN
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Chief Guide'
Will Be Busy
Thi i... (i i Banen-Powatl
i' I I kg G iine.it the World
will he returnina to Barhado*
early in Fvbruaiy. and will ho the
luest of 11 Ik Excellency the CJov
enior and Lady S.iv.nje Mi>.-.
Bi Idgei i; hi i Secretary.
trtii nlao taj Hreatninanf
HcajM
Fba foUoertng pingrantme baa
nwd ioi bar visit.
(>Ui Feb 5 00 p.m Cuider-
nieetiinf at St Muhael's Oirls'
School
I h Pah 1 30 p in Meetiruc of
I1' ,'Uiii<.tresses and Headteaeheo
.it Queen'.s CoJIafja,
Hth Fel> 4.30 p in Hally uf
Sanaaa Cluldcs mid Bnmnies at
Pan Mm
th Feb. s.ou p in Mamlnri
t the Local Association. Trefoil
iniid. the Church and MtksaUoi
luthoritiei, at (government House
(Admission l# invitation).
10th Feb 2 30 1 30 p in
Seoul Rally
Hospital mi Dooamber Ti
atnarad t> help Diom I
they might need.
There were tbl
baton l)eeeinl>ei- eiHlcd t)n If.
Nth the KaUenianiniei, played i
he Buccaneers l the 30th they again appean
he Bmplra Club; on Ihc 31st tht
playad at C'asuarina Club.
There new other shows in Jan.
uary. The last if Ihem whs al
Club No | ot tha liiruv
Union last Tuesday evening.
r. .1, niorpi and Uv
hoys of the pane" want to thank
the |"-l>le of Barbados for I he
kind welcome thev extended e
HMD
Tewrto iimioy
Foe ovia
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Chief Justice is ///
His Honour the Chief Jutit>
Sir Allan tollymore kj ill, an us from to-morrow His Honout
Mr J w B Chenery will act ai
thief Justice Hll HonOUl Mi
H A. Vaughan will act
ol the Court of A|i.e;il ,.nd Hll
Worship Mr A
BCt as Judge of the Patb l>*i.^
Court, Conaanuantly. iii^ Worship
Hi c l Warwyp now Police
Magistrate yf |)istn,i ' will act
I Police Mugistrnte of District
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