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i'u.i nr.irr n\RRAr><. \nvo< ATE ri'ESDAY. JAWARY M, 1*51 SOCCER SCHOOL Brick Wall Can Help To Make \ou Stars LBS MEDLEY, "i Spms. md Jtahnny llano %  i >t the forward.wii<> h.i lrxri Englnd to dr with Yugoslavia at Highbury, combine fn th;s 10I quiz on wring (day pr—anted b) DESMOND II \( KETT. MMiLt:v Ttiev tell us, Johnny, Forward who "run i %  %  th Uirkv in being ranMM Rag natural footballerable to play {2) A low oniicr UCM i llhea right 01 left sritb tOJInl Me%  bon of 'he neai DOtl ce* clear of defenders, and to u coi%  JUfOOOU: Thin ii football Iraguc who is waiting to m.ikc %  ..bi)it>In .ilmo*: everyone to long quick flick into goal. .hie to de(3) The high centre, aimed lo velop it land around the penalty spot at Look .it nit weigh 9*>t .Mh heading height and at speed A ;md stand 31' Jfins hut I rack i NtD .-hoot the bull into i fel:o.l at dangerous pace lows. II\\>i >..rds away, r I took .i I i m | [*.. [.Ike golf, it i mutt, i Fu nMI III It thing. I brleh iethol %  veil toI lirnl it heli* keep im shoot%  % %  i %  King the back On Wrong, Foot n\\< OCXfli i ilk.' u. have UM back coming to me, try to catch %  IT> no IIIN wrong ioot and than it Bran iiU own goal T ;be mark ll the secret n my training I practise change of pace, turning completely round wkua running .it pe*d. and makng sure I inn nunplete master of M ball I annual Feaat of tke Epiphany waa calabratad tl log the prpHBiiiation of hundred* or giftto the City Police F • banded over to the point duty pohrrman who toon has hi* d. and alse*. Fboto show* a point duty policeman In M to his growing pile Note the van that 1. delivering the good U.S. Team lleaten At Cricket AND SOFTBALL Ma CC. Beat < .'UIMIMMCCI \| wall lln-. foot drill, make i break with cracking the lull lo the right or left, or trvlng a quick pass from the rebound off the Wan Backs tell me thai qulck-paea move with Bally does not give them i efaaik i to tackle IIANOK KS: I ,t, I tlnnk th.. %  well-iehcorscd dnbbWMl %  -*---.l • %  ' 111."rilVd LdVC .1 (*!' iNbind tralntni idr.i tluold b'ittie trkk Raai them in a row, MIroupli paces apart, ,md weave ro them with the ball. Start slowly if you i I leninei iiicie.i-i row i jr. avttii ahtetad %  pot or ui( that good old crack at a goal target. My motto Is Have a g > MEDLEY I keep in rir.bb1i.iir trim by playing the bull round and round the girdles under the dub granoatand My advue to young footbaiian te on ileveloping I bod* iwerva, HAM INKS What |o rou ra the gm • important part of a win,' er\ 10b? MEllLEY To be really sui.es lul you must be a completely twofooted player, You are never ,.l a loan ro matter how the Iw'l comas and you can always whir on to a s-.lit-second chance bl > coring. IHNdM KS; True enous!' Apart from my shoot mc I pr* ....suing, particular'', the Ion* pass fr..m 20 to 30 you.* If l am alone 1 try putting ti ball on to %  l.irget at the fgryiflg i:ini;e May 1 say my hard practice rwi earned me the title of "BIHHM Boy" al Wolverhampton. MEDLEY That accuracy stu'' is luvaluiiblc in corner-kicklnv We usually try throe inethodf. (11 The short pas* to the insid HI.III.1 Y: II) favourite backbaating plan Is the move where %  ,i short pass from me and I try to kid the djtftmtfi < ggn going lo make my usual niB d trapping up-yUng Um th*s return. PS Instead Bailv puU the ball lo the %  }";)} Of .dside ol my right fool and I .ke straight acrou Held to the I i .-.i.iri f rtrkel iround HONG K<*N(< J.m XS Jan. 22. A Bntish .ncke %  won their three-day in Amu.. itch against a Combined Ausrvan wickets nn Saturday. Then iralian Eleven here by 10 wickets .doing buull to Injun tke Brltoii i ha Oombinad Rlavan scores were alloped the Americans 23—1" Jin and 103, and the M.C.C right-hand cornet of the penal t> area Baily lollows ready for a back pa sa ntrr-foiSunday m a seven innings Softball pang Both teams were made up •' Hong Kong resident* The Britons had a DU to say abOUl tl • cans' cricket style The British owned South Chin i Morning Post" commented: The Amei li an brand of cricket n uitiuKlox em In little orat an n 382 and 13 for icket Hollies pioved the most Iting four wickis for seven runs. Seares:— i^lfniMS SI.EVI.N —lit Innlal* SB" i i i ~M innii.1. rgw ; srttasai d..l %  %  Saga %  A li llnllm enrad 82 runs Th) %  %  t II %  •> iCawell apS gwaas ii iioiif. ickets in the pgacaai bul then (> outside right move Into the pcnalU -area If 1 cannot \ find space lo make %  my favourite shot —a sudden swing ahot with my right foot I have at least three forwards near goal al! sel to take a pas* HANCOCKS: And another dercncc-shakcr I like 'u try occasionally is bo move oui I. tin(ring and llien suddenlv rack the ball right across field i mi i.pi ;ite winner It gets the iitf'ein. runhing the wrong wu>. but you must be a bit of a ^tower-shot to tic successful MEIH.KY: Of course, all the %  < novei must be well known U youi cam matt^t Tactics talks anicmendously important. The\ avc helped me to earn' out m> Hotted trnm place as the wnndc %  ; arlngm HANCOCKS and MEI1EEY W. i.nth wart to emphasise the*, oints — 11 i l.earii to be master of trv ...I .Mid both feet TUE0AMBC1/? inside and ,\en League clubs have been known to get out tor lea* **' n -u-t r. Il>it,n i %  Moll f By M. Hit ffiEB ison-C-ay Soillft J 14 g • h I ~ 2 u i t'K.I 2 11. .1 inci ,,...... a a i} IO M i RED lHREtS By M. HARRISON GRAY %  THDfl uinx.ti.iu.-. i "-nipitoWntiaT va.ue .tl fOUj Re"" ni — i bonui at m aoaj c3 ihcm: In othei wonu Uir iDVkllvuul value ol eaeli Re" Three t* douoieo i %  i, hip"" 1 HI W.A %  %  % %  % % %  : hoaH n n in iact Infiurni. niof iinkM nip md i>i)iii. , gtuiipd would i*e jhj opponent -"f '*' M** 1 jwit ''>" %  St** ii" ar ": ing ttif 1B1 Ueu Tnrep ie i-v*m to' ItvUi sldr-anil ^eoiuv. sven a II M dfawu .. %  MM III % %  '' H4iuiai Cia>iii riinfioie %  miuu vou a.-* we.i pil i" con. %  .. %  hoiiM IMvfrwro with a -enie p tlon If . ii nmsider tnai nr reduiiw '• 'Mi wiM-n in a no %  • rou win oe ii.rvi-n on* more :'una-'" iti.i'Ui IOI %  Don i tug anyantttsr '" Mae H"i r'>" -li'tuld rn'iv on wiUi tu. amme &Hi,l* W iuWtM'T A GUiNtA fOt? 4fe-AT<; BtWOt 9k aVft MWtflrO i VOU WkPe TCYBJ& TO 1< HOW WOCd VOU UOdtO AM AlihouKh South had ^ visions o( a slam alter a ( Two No-TrumD reapor > Ills One Spade opening tie | kepi the bidding >< lEfl { I III in %  >uit iiaci hcpo found His rebid ol Tlirer Diamonds aa.forrinn qnd i Monb bid Tliree Snade* a.he did not feel MIOIIK enough at this Mane to 'Uggest an ll-tnrk rontrai t in Diamonds South oer sisied with a rue bid of Four 1 Club* and North nov> gave a good nlcture of hi* hand with a lump io Five Diamond* whieii Hoiiih eonverted to Sis Wllh Itoilt Dim KIIIIIS otl side the slam ran onlv o* made in Diamonds A ^„ • %  ,. i natural lead ot a Heart > Trumps are drawn mm tlu Hnade finesse (o*e* Dir iwo ( of Dunimv I ("Itihire di j carded on the lona Houdi^ J and south g. S is runcd with ; Dummv's last irumn %  ...i.i. Wan %  :>..u-^ .... Tall ol ."..' i • %  a TS. I I'-VVl.lNCi ANAI.VSIH ass I THE LADY NAPOLEON FEARED... yMA krrelj lady plotted to Napoleon. Ha much he banned from Madams j-iinne Franco i a e Recamler fled south, and went on plotting to bring buck the Bourbon kings of France With tier 1 oeautv she %  % %  on tseneruls %  minors and IIMi.-, all fell n love uh her among thwn %  id tne ceiciDotnca luuud aSstag motonats. Thgifts are rrred with present* of all xhapas itfrom pausing driverto add i ril Mlcbelln. Al Browne Goe To U.K. Troir, Out C-. Cnr.Mpoi.On (iEOHOETOWN B (i .la Nineteen-year-old Al B K.-alherweight Champion of Brit|gj Qulang leaves thiweek-end by the C.N.S. i .... -II "i C hallenger' f. Trinidad where he will join I H. SS Cwlombi. Kingdom, where he hopes to 1o aoma fighting. Jn I948 Browne first hit tnc limelight when he fought DannyPayne as an amateur in the flyweight division. He lost the Bffflt but made such a good showing that light fans subscribed on if presented him with %  travelllni grfa Wednexi.iy night January IT Browne will be presented with i gold metal subscribed to by friend ..!'d well-wishers. As a professional he Itoat Payi %  twice in the featherweight divi glon, Pot Hyman twice. Fred Smtil onre. Young Oxley once and th Blighty Dewan Singh once. In 1950 he won the British Clui ana featherweight champion b: beating Htltbn Denny. Another vi.tini of Browne wus -Stinging Ant.' Most talked ol tight Browne however is his &o> I)., scrap with Trinidad's Boswdl St Ixmis when he loat on points. Browne goes to Englund to hi cousin Claude Holder who is doinr well in the I'nited Kintal linger What's on Toda) Mr MB de Kuh'a l blblUen of palatinia and pencil sketches al lYie PaviUeo". Haetlnga — *• Advooate'a Phato EahlblUan at Haebeiaa Mas iem ie.ee ft. J. MaeLeeda, EahlbiUon af OU r^rnUng. at Bar ha gas MuM-um— ti.aa afaeaagg Rouse of Aaeembl> when Mr. Adams as empretrd to rnave the lloue IIIU, < imimliter on the bill to provide for the regulaUon of Public t •> %  dies Select Committee appointed to consider and report upan Ihe bill Is due to hand In It* report Private member's MIU Include .' bill In charge of Mr. T. O. Bryan to Incorporate the Barbados Boxing Board of Control. Mr. MolUey b Uaiag charge ol an addreaa to Ills F.arellene ttie Oovernwr relating to Tuboreuloxhi—3.B0 Belleville Tennis Club Tournament 4,15 oblle Cinema gives show at Crab Hill PlanleUenM CINKMAS •nun (.... % ih Di#-i ii oar: T !••• %  unit • a p.aa %  I \/A iPrlSSi %  •TSaa UM i-.t MS a sat %  *..'i*u. -upi *.n" — %  OXV -T*a Flu* W** — *- mil M : "Th* FaUsslaa 0 BUa%  i.. s**(*i — i as a %  %  *• sa %  MII> i SI Jaa "Vallaw "' ..,-<:. %  *< "AttUm tblaw" NOT A SPOT ON MY ..onditKMi. It is so *imple IU BJCi Af,er w ,>hl "t' hah\. 0BNT*.\ Kl 'Menlhoijtum' into the Baal and aiound the leas. Thn nroio.it and comloru the s.m and r'e*ent* vorcncand ehaflag. Babies k>\c ihc sitothing. cooling erleci of 'Memholaium'. Quickget a jar or tin to-day. %  MJ?>.:tal|.s,H.'J ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM Mil MH M.-,i— SHTOR %ntr ii-. i.in *• %  !* n* The Weather TODAY stun Rises: 6.Iff a,m. Sun Seta: 5.55 p.m. Moon (Full! January 23 LighUng: *.3ff p.m. High Water: 4.*ff a.m.. 3 p.m. VEHTUtDAV Uainr.ii (Codrlngloni Nil. liii.i For Month to Yesterday: 1-M bra. Temperature (Max.) i3.* F Temperature lMln.i 7S.ffF' Wind Direction < a-m.> I (S i. m %  E N E. Wind Veloellv 12 miles per hu r ... Paromeler (9 s-m-1 .K (3 p.m.l !9fl *f ads Only By Th* ManthtlBtum Co. LU. (tit. H89I Slough, fae.'an*. 1 '.V.V////'V-V///V.'/ 9$mtmmmmutmmmmm '" %  }>:. lor Slr Attractive BUILDING SITES Ml. II M I AT IIIGIIGATE. 9T I situation on high land. and ElecUicil> already Installed Sites from Iff.ffe* sq. Roads, Water ft Prince MWU-IU ol "Prussia and French novelist Tennis Results ,-i.nd — Cha,MU 'cuts XVI11 t.!. %  .f ;*or n rau e .,, mire, unused For lli'iil SMALL UNFURNISHED FLAT at Bourbon on the ii poor. "day in 13 MIC. HO ATI; HOt HK. ST MICHAEL roaple. one bedroom. 4?30. Ofllee SuiUble lor single person FW further Informally Oil""' I I ville Tenm.s %  sterdsy are J \ WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd. I SiT%  s -.'.--'.'---*.',*-'-'.'.*-*. ft Mew's Single* J. D. Trlmminghtim beat P Loach ft—2. 6—3.. Women'*. Slinks Mrs A. Gibbons I Worme 7—5, ft—3. Ladles' i > -.-..hi. Mr*. C l-oe Ml Sknmei VI Miss O. Pilgrim Mrs (i Sklnnei v:nrinished Mixed ItauUes Mrs M ixgge and C. A. Pali .,. %  :., I Ml l IVl-klM. .,: Roach •— %  1 •''. s i TODAY'S FIXTURES %  %  i'2 Train for belonea and .II.I mark '31 Never lira of practUiD) i icision shooting and passing. 11 Never allow youi rival i .k .niv peace If he has the i I. arorrj him. You may not *•; prssevsion but you can force I un into making a hurried pas> Never tall mto the habit %  i m.ikiiig lh ( game move. Keep ippoattlon guesMiig. .md .;. Keep row aye an UM Kin. vs. atri H ill and keep in uainlng all i" icigg \. wood Mrs. A. Gibbon* and M'> Look out lor the next lc-.n %  „,,, lr || ug Ml F. Winnie Hrhool. un 0 WonW in Express Bervle. .JeVltBlli:\ll Men's Slmlr* j si Hiii n V i Lau l< l^dlen' Double* Mr.II il.nii.' M gives >n strenglli to IfiiliI your win through life l ju %  Do !: Every Tune ~— By Jimmy Harlo HOI POUN3EI?S any LAST %  /-.. R 1IC ONLY COT A iWLF-P/y Of .= • TVS V5/I? R^eo?" WAS IVhEM v.e (SOT/ TUATS Kaur< trA RltL DAY !" / Lers 5Ee SIX /YEARS AGO US WUEH COORTH OF JULy \ FELL ON TUESCMy\ so we GOT MOHPAY OFF, TOOTHE ONLY THINS THEM TWO euys I7EMEM8ER v. AROMJ HERC IS BV'/ ( OAY AHO WHAT DAYS \ TOEy DIONT MAy'E 1 TO WORK OTHER / \ YEARSTUEV SPEND SO mKn\. TIME FlSURlNS OUT WHATS COMING TO THEM, THEY HAVENT SOT TIME TO DO AHy WORi: — ^S^P J A II llr.;;l is Hukfl IIIIM/ gdoatorai /*Vf*'-j "• Itiirlnulits. norm 11 #.vtv tm Deliveries can be arranged in the U.K. for the popular VAUXHALL CARS Full dcLiiU will he gladly given on application In ROBERT TIIOM LTD. WWMC*!k (COURTESY i.\KMI DiaUulC 36" idr f\f\ r-T. 99^ CAVE SHEPHERD k Co., Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET NEW RELIEF FOR ARTHRITIC PAINS atut mw treatment docs more than i these terrible agonies. A new product, DOICIN. has been created which n..t only gives prompt relief from the paina due to the symptoms ol ..nhruia and rhaumatiam. hut also affect* (ha metabolic pntr o aaoa which eonalitute a vary important part of the rheumatic state a background. ~SPJ£. IN *""" *** n "homughly tested in medical ...dilutions. DOLCIN la being uaed now with unprrenlrnted succe**. DOI.CIN la being prMcnbtxl by doctors note. And many auffen-r have alr*>nd\ reauvaad normal living as a result of taking DOLCIN. Don't delay. Profit by the ciperience of fellow.vit lima of thear pains, det lxil.i 'I \ tmlay. 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TUI BDAY, JAM \\i\ 2.1. mi .nVOt.VTL i i t \Iis>ioir < a < %  Adjourn* K % %  the pijimin> b Chancery ing Viet I hearing of The rase a members of eming Bodv of linn Milon. Counsel for • %  I ' %  %  -: D. n i v i Decision On Wounding Case Varied The decision of Hu .. • %  %  %  %  i 25 cOSlS % %  %  Ui •u yenterday varied by If. A Vaughan. Judge* of mnt Court of Appeal. Honours order.: of C3 by three monthly instalments— the first nting on January • : ill :. %  I | i ix-arrd on Uin who appealed Ihn !•* America a* the irrn bomb ">il flare* tip *aat* I I in ~ u!> ... B. ml. And It Kir. tnt* focus fratn N'rw ark In M Ml II MKH U 1 IKM" Ihe man who *Ur1 rd il—Mr vs. Ih M.i 1 • renee. aeed : m I reporter thswti in llir I B (.iivre-nmriit lo report lb. blrtli uf the ilom homh If.was taken into ie.fi I lor I** IIU report* were nnued aa GevnrtMnrni daru %  unite Now he h*v. a book—"The Hell K, which Init* tillr %  Inch red Icllrrv III* opci.r i-in iTill: ll-IKMIII And this is the cause all lite trouble Of III.SllltM/ ISHIII'Don't drop the homh al any price' WIKMiA ..',', d on .he hell bomb 1), %  tenee said '" 9 he was ,JuL ""• Grove Road. Mr. W Mr W %  nine thnmgh tin rune* and ( -t him on : | H %  %  the case arose had on for 111 %  II. %  AJ %  was tins' %  %  : 00 argument McCoUin. n said she saw %  with U %  i m biU Mr Adams in aridrowinv: Then Dun a-ked them to deal loni liomhc*ald f_ l.'.!" Mental Hospital •M til atom-bomb test, refuses Bomfoti or be cheered Hiihink-. Latin FUCHS GETS THE BLAM1 FOR NEW ARMS RACE m rx Dw Itaeta. fc*uad I M cspecta the rtrst Ht> to be ready Tor testing early i I compared .th th. atom bomb i Mem Of hud.img fhn hydroiten bomb waa rrti njOte an atom bornlsimple sooner than W have done MIS order But of Pitch*, he says — of the con.i thai MM .u' | : uya Laurence. I believes of work on the hydro*. Hi. I IIIUII issue—Wlial Caul il ! % ff JNo Mote War...Or Massacre •The. Judas who stood in tha Of inner circles. Hla DSIM will live In mfamy aloof OMT arch traitors In hlstoi1.AIKKN I book i. i %  ' '' : '"' work) for Russia would be i in attack mi A I . %  %  Tinen 11-bomlv would be %  %  | %  bomb in a mer r te-i II Mill be n H-bomb, naveri it we shall learn how In make hiumr and better For, IUUQM the A-bomb Ihs which osniM* be made below or %  In %  -.•. the H-bomb can be made as small or as largo %  MM oMtgw. wants." Mere lesl | ..... .iv: ..' IhS M M bomb ulkiiiK about Ihe hydrogen bomb iMtlun the i nl iiam! %  i %  lbs D.T. bomb. The D.T. stand., tot DeutOTlU I-;brocn which ihe bomb • %  u bably be made An int. i-Rist ii't.i: ti nil. ii noun . -mse art* off Ihe hlwW %  p/ firing a uraniinx bui,i! a tntn tube at a uraI' || mini.'* IM i.nryr %  point out that his client did not Z ."not deDHUd not "The hydroRcn bomb : r D.T rhe esrsCi . wei „ . ., two '" l!, '"-' u by blast . ihe h' i bon b I i %  Arms . %  i nkable i He explained II %  l.il Uiu up a irlfj*! 104:. It upa i lupei > HI Blue printnuM hm heen Hie lateet drawn nl Ions after that A-bomb I A-bomb, he soys, *i< i" two i • H-bomb yrori end ihree month.s. Today i IS Mas vast A-bomb ilants %  i iua1 which can make most of what •T is needed for the Hell Bomb %  %  uindnn Express Service ; %  %  FINED 30'FOR WOUNDING i ralma ftn woundlnj 18. Th. ir Hoooutl ISkl 'but '•'•'"' Icked IU I s sen cane hill was %  laeunan by fhrma bar A Mich to pay the Jamaican K.A.F. Squadron Annual Keporl Spencc Succeeds Sliriilii'K) Ouicl I lav On water Front Fly to Stole Galmniw: Gels I Months irrnm Our LonO. .-. LONDON. J.i The report for 1 Inactivities of 131* tJ.im.iica) Squadron KAF compiled bv S R. G. W. 0;ikl.>. 1^ D.F.C D.r.M His Worship Mr. in* or ground training, is to im the |* ; 11., lolonj IFnaj Our 0>K r r n4.nl> The n I llK Sl 'V'*" ron . the purpose, le. ,• .. i w C "hank our Ij to deal *iih ... l, .da .it Jamaica. nofH %  ve a very SbOT rour s ( undrons acto Pioneer Indu %  i %  1 rutun i s 11 nl Mi A A. Shen .... I %  day visit Mi Lou ; |c who have friend For the Imined itis worsnip mi. mg or Rrouna iraining. is io im,....,„. JBi .1 enrols during, hlture, the commanduiit em i emben of no Bnuaaron ,. nii iMi ,.,, %  sv greetings ari( „„„„. „„„,. i. Police Magistrate pt> \ to. and r A || found xuilty of the the "olde NEW YORK I-1* PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER* .; iluad %  ould not Rive a reasonable answer. took him to the lirldne here the sheet of Identified by Dougis ns hi* own. has four previous confoc iarcany. %  to*' For Malicious standard of newi .nnt;iin th. L. the %  M of galvanise tiieienev. the point of perfection ._lued at 9/and the property of j n u,e execution of ail the task:; %  .iitlas of Bay Land obout t hc Squadron m 5 lb a.m. on Jami ujxin to undertake. Uf Police Constable GUI Among the moi, ho arrested Preseod said that on IlV itie. Qkara have be i m he saw Preseod with mrms ,,, M>Ita .,.„, ,,.. r •PHt del" 1 lirf the Careen., %  ... %  occupied bj I vessel. There M hrli vesaeU are lying I %  At one lime yesterday none of %  • 111 thr and ware :it erork and all t irlbkee was quiet on the waterfront. To 1,1 %  ,. 1 break tintonotony, %  linger or part law urwer tow of a luunch glided M iii. Up ihe CaneriSg*. making their leaerted JPwsj t<. the tnnai basin wit' ed t" lumber ^luO TT^ Tl Bavtewed b3 E. H TIMOTHY IThes Si tl .. Marketing Itoanls now uch comDamage Value U. the amount of 20/was ordered to be paid by Wesley oX Eagle Hall. 1 -KeUti porU and ImporUv of 1 ruin* Pub IMhf 1 1 .[ 11 7/Sdi \ %  M .. as cocoa, Yet these Boards are regarded as 1 ibuus f' 01 Import. I Six-Year Plan i'or India IXPERIS ARE WANTED Hun red I be recnuri development plan 1 s mm %  •.-< municaiiooa „ |U both pr„ . CO^GHScndCOLDS.' poll wU dueers and consumers In Colceusl v ,v .u .„.. ,# Mri. bull! Iks UsflUi Mich on a charge of malicious damage 1 .perty of Harold A Co., on January 20. further fined another %  .", I ; daya or one inoattrs imprisonment for the heard before H; Worship Mi. II ,\ Tahns Bgt Bancroft I EOT the Police etofenent, *•>. Union vel. provided the H can ixsssured, rnrrig A.tiviiy at bon 1 its very interesting periods, H Air Force and westei Mail, at. nuim higtiliittiUs of IH found guilty u^ rcii „ n ,, .dloans and investments l %  ..n India House b —I.K.N > rmuifica 1 .. H l 1 es, II ru OkKk ..Id ..-.i .11 Ma low inAAl) \ -uiiiillV build op row lumini now wuh gooJutn.'ig IpMCTl limuhioo. more thon (uit n tonic— POWERFUL N0UH1SMMENT Provence Scuds Tilos To Britain be daily'Press. The toe I cises were Foil. Bulldoti. Btai iviperor Buck %  % % %  1 liiniil.ite operational ipportunities cairying out attacks on ctl towns 1 The Royal Ob-.i\-i required our assistance as ao .. UI attacking force on thc occasloi S clr .*,," Uver -io b ^ a On this exercise the Squi attacked various targe' level. %  a far ,.iy erefl ifluenoe •THE ENGLISH PRESS'' Tourist twrfn San Joan and New York B.W.I. Currrncy One Way OMJI Itnunil Trip SI36.T2 • Via Tiinidad Tourist Bervtee between Pert-of-Sp.iin is 1 N. .s York One Way S 2S5.43 Round Trip S 539.12 r. \\ 1 Curreney • MIAMI Via Antlgna One W Round Trip SU20.IH S396.72 B-WX Currcnry EUROPE Uxoriovi Double-Decked Clipper Service Mew York and tromotlontK. points. OerniaM oecom modotion in N,,. on through lights to Ewope 01 no additional cost. flY PAA...The b-! -a. In Ihe world to trovel anywhere in ihe world. For further infoimotion end reservolions coniufl your Hewl agent o, ftgekflgnl rMitM n.rbjdos wstieerte. RfM % %  w II.LS rnanth'i round %  lh. I.. bado ir. Oak I 1 1 %  %  .,, i!, Net oeud illies in Other activities have Inclti ban wtti U tkeg numerous attacks on bombtne Uon1 of nev ., ..,nem niwl enranges and meteorological Bl| ed I ehli.nrt.ons. He showed bag imported 1,400 tons ln advance of the lormatior m Provincial Reporters were roof tiles from France. aircraft taking part %  -t. I e those of Barbados more m>t P| w >. borougk Flving Display held in tempted. What has done t 0 b> all smders, while the big nous for itg pottery craft. July. : %  i [ .l..-.r i pFactories making the tile-, ithcy The Open Day for the com0 produce brick and ground memorotion of thc Battle ol 1 1 piece of Talking aboul cmalincailous, lea] Mave bc^-n mode rnis ed, and : being met from maio parts of the world. Berths Restored Od bricks aro ported through the port of MarPainters and earn n ten more berths bugy yesterday decorating p 1950. ,rf th c WCJ t block of MOQrei A 700-yard long quay, ulongSi %  %  KE4Jr BOOK 1951 McGregor Street Gels 'New Look' lit. deep, is to be A carpenter was on the Ingld i|K %  ne of ihem fun .. pi of m n '""ii %  wage. Mi 0 l> ..nipared Press vvith the %  %  ui parueuii |Afl %  DONA 1 ION NIW YORK evaa rear old I accident NSad this week on a Tor Who I with Miving the Lord Louis MouiUhatJ" wo I 1 I %  %  %  questions I be ,„) 1 , n .l as-^-ciate BBeepbf .... 1 bel orally rur •-* would in ns ad m tn> ' '"'" i-v. %  I I iinnne was Chi while painters were on thei 1 n the outside adding th llnthing touchr-: to the the green-pal.d ad fntvaolM ghe i atti chad One stof no. and could lThev were uecoraUng an oflii Ml shortly be o bv an Eve Specialist. Th. n.en a-e hoping to finish it 1 .Mthin another week •< an absolute n .mplicated mailer I.N ad .r.kS -11 and wondcd I .,,1,111 by Mr. %  v Mi O. %  NEHRU GOES HOME NEW DEI-HI. Jan. 22 Indian Premier Nehru returned | ten'l l*ft eye in India. Three jf you approach afcG 1 i on later the cornea of the Street from Broad Street, hoy's olhcx eye waa grafted on presence of the block gives U One i>i a young half-blind mother. surroundings a real "City look onoa to the ll natter given st.nd.rd toHw r ^ 1 to^vjrorno wealth Prime MlnUters* onfeivnce in London—enter e*M /.V,V,V/,VAW/AV/V.V-V,','/.',' BU\ YOURS NOW! "PAN A.un:rcAN WOULD AIRWAYS \ •TM l'i 1 psssinoiR^ • %  "i • CUn PAA Tl RICKETER ANNUAL 1950 51 Seattle avesefa WJ. TOIH y H j. H. STWLLMBYEm WHmm Ufi 4 ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE '-','.'.^.'. V,.. '.'.'.'.^ 3 a MM6 0>>60S >0^ O 0 ^ *S^.-.-,-.-.-.-.-^.-.^-.^^^-.'.V^.^-.^V'.-.-^^-.V.'.VOV.-t^V'^iO. The Advocate Co Lid. will publish a Year Book of Barbados in 1951. The Year Book will contain three parts:— (I) Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on a wide variety of subjects e.g., agriculture, finance industries, trade, communications, tourism, hotels, sport, art, literature and all Ihe things we want lo know about Barbados but have until now not been able to find under one covr. 121 Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar, soap, butter, lard, ice. gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels etc. tulf 1 3) A Who's Who ol Barbadian! you should know about A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale M.L.C.. Managing Director of the Advocate ^o. Ltd.. Vice President of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce. Mr. George Hunte. Assistant Editor of Ihe Barbados Advocate. Mr. Neville Connell Director ol the Barbados Museum and Mr. Trevor Gale Advertising Director of the Barbados Advocate will be responsible for the publication. The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the Year Book is representative ol all aspects ol life in Barbados and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries ol Societios Clubs, Institutions, and business, social and other organisations of all kinds to send particulars aboul their respective organisations immediately or not later than April 15th 1951. Year Book. C o Editor, Barbados Advocate, 34 Broad Street. Names and addresses of all those to be considered for inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed. Advertisements close April 30th 1951 Advertisers are asked lo get in touch with Mr. Trevor Gale, Advertising Director. Barbados Advocate. 34 Broad Street. This is one publication that no advertiser can afford to ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afford to b* without the Year Book of Barbados 1951. (AN ADVOCATE PUBLICATION 1



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PACE FOUR r I BARBADOS f — BARBADOS ADVOCATI rVESDAI l\\l \RT 23. 1931 ADVDfifTE lb. A*.*au C„ UJ. Tuesday. January £1, lj| EAST < OAST FIFTEEN years ago the Barbados Government Railway died because a Governor was convinced that it had outlived its days. Daring the intervening years the carriages were dismantled and the rails removed This left the old track disused and in many instances unsightly. The fourteen miles of track pass through some of the most populous country districts and in not a few other instances through spots of the loveliest scenery in Barbados. Four years ago the question was raised in the House of Assembly as to whether the Government would put the track path in order so as to provide a road along the coast. This was intended to give visitors and residents alike the opportunity to enjoy the drive from Bathsheba to Belleplaine and the beautiful scenery which lay between the sea and the cliffs Nothing has been done about it. One objection to the suggestion for building this East Coast Road was that it would enhance the value of the adjoining lands. Whilst that might be true it would also have allowed for the erection of houses in certain districts now almost inaccessible, and it would have brought more revenue to the parishes along the east coast. Above all this, the absence of this road shuts out from view to the visitor the most beautiful section of our countryside. And this at a time when we are encouraging visitors to this island in order to build up a tourist trade. The Leader of the Government has stated in the House of Assembly that the Government is not prepared to undertake any further capital expenditure but where the money spent might bring returns such as can come from the East Coast Road it is time that the matter be examined carefullyThe East Coast road will eventually be built. It is impossible for this or any other Government to allow long stretches of land of high potential value to remain inaccessible merely because of the lack of proper roads. If that view is accepted then it would be worthwhile for the Government to make investigations now as to the possibility of getting the work done now when it will cost less than at some future date. The contractors now reconstructing the Seawell Runway have more than finished their work and they have in this island a! the present time, equipment which the Government does not have and which could be used-in building the East Coast Road in half the time it would take using Government equipment. It would be useless to allow the contractors to take this equipment back to Trinidad and then bring it back to Barbados to do this work. The fact that houses of high value have been erected in other parts of the island easy of access, leads to the reasonable conclusion that if parts of the island, which would be touched by an East Coast Road, were accessible they too would see the erection of residences of high value. This is another means of bringing to this island capital which might not otherwise become available. FRANK OWBN begins today a two-part focus on his assignment to India FtMftcl Or Money -li s A tai'ini HiIt* 111 ma M ilv thousand ye The Monster >._ !^'-jrS!5 h *J!i!. l !-? n ^f h INDIA has not been getting on tax-collector takes •I India. Thia does Ml What P ortt tj i>iotertin of ihc wb-ontliMai -power. Berau< *ho i* so pour, India. %  *lnst the menace beyond the iWore the war, offered the mass Himalayas It itftbr bill f. f Mam „f | Un p,. opl( a i, v ,ng standard across lh.fault" I';.k. : • us aei omiy one-fifteenth of Britain". Inflation of Her birth rate was twice as times ovei lasuv) h an unft |fh go was her death rate Exfurther helped to condemn '•' peetation of life of the Indian misery, almost .o %  vas under 27 years. those hard-working midd!e-cla: The homes of millions of village '<>" who are struggl n K atom i *He were huti made of more or \e*> around in neither nv must tiii it INDIA People I I,I.„, —and an i almost intc patriot tlla> site of Western Europe, wl-. ,.„. Urn, *, we are hem,. ured to organls* Caoi!.. UMricati model Taxes ha' and detpatriotically British them, to new population. And ears.' an , y. one iradition, of • -uiiuiv. conquest, Thr Minister rupee in avi rich the ved %  rtnl ago India was %  mights %  ..:', llabyl'" .iiuitnl tkvWlOUg afttM tituiies before the R' foot in llntatn. But just now India eas> and unhappy place people are poor, htingi*), clothed and ill-hou.i'U They are '•free" of their how a i great foreign matters.' the British plancd „,„ „ nd cow „ At | could not India achieved her full mdepend. h pandei of tK'glns to fi-" %  Ailll Of he of 1 ajr r north ..ii ew intruders B^.^. Ih<1 „,,, IUelt (s Mt ft (, | h i the mountain „,„,, in lf > niUl y < ( r poorly f.-'iYet the ts.,iK .. front er „,, (he lmuan ,. r( p „f rice>> not rise. "Crippled" wheat, or sugar gives the lowest WHAT has gone wrong, so yield per am of any country in ..,,,, I *. e %  am,n sadly and so soon? For of the the world. And because the popuMADRAS has missed four rainhard fact there is no doubt whatlation goes on Increasing tut the bringing monsoons in succession. ever. Read what famous Indian* rule of about 4.000.000 a year!) with disastrous effect on 4,000,000 themselves say. Here is Sarat ever poorer land Is forced into acres of her rite fields, but has Chandn Hose le-iding political cultivation. tl few new reservoirs n> figure in Bengal, on developI' ""* ihe challenge of these catch ihc precious water when .. %  menu — 'acts which, during the war. last It falls "India has produced a maimed "purred half a dozen of India's Indeed, something near starvaand crippled baby ... so regtileading industrialists to devise tlon faces huge ureas of India lated and regimented that she Is the Bombay Fifteen-Yiiir Plan She will need to import at lca.~t unable to throw up her arms or ,„ 6.000.000 tons of food grains th s kick her legs Today repressive All Poorer fan if the 1943 famine horrors measures arc more stringent than OVER this period ttfetj pro%  Bengal are not to he repeate F. Karaka. once a butter In Calcutta markets this a great people, and still a poten, brilliant fighter for IndependChristmas were more than twice Idea—the mightiest in Southern encewhat was paid in the war. and Asia. I want to tell you this too. "A new kind of Indian has five times the rates of 1039-40. tomorrow, emerged — the khaddar-clad. Indeed, many a family In this —L.E.H. The I'liapiiiaii %  • % % %  In i ruliiisiii i|oe% on unoiher < \|> ilitHM. this IMIM i ol.oi-lmiiliii^ ill l aris . Cora and the Long Low \Yliislltr Can man build with a mind of its own—a machine that will weigh up a situation, reason it out, make a decision, and then act on It? After listening for u week to 300 robot-machine experts, doctors and biologists, at a conference in the Latin Quarter of Pans 1 believe the answer i* Yes" .lisucd lhal robot bruins ili.M built can thlak. and that robot with superhuman mental powers will soon be possible. The astonishing antics of live robots lead me to this view. First there was— Cora Cora is a (lightly, red-anii-hlat k torlolse-like "creature" with a talent for party tricks Har ancvMors were lw.> battery powered "tortoises". which startled scientists a year ago by the realistic way they moved about darkened room in search of light. The behaviour of the new robot is frightenlngly lifelike. She consists of only a few ingeniously connected electrical parts mounted on a tricycle undavearrtasja, but she can learn by experience like a don, .mil remember her Icaftuns. Show a hungry dog a piece of meat and its mouth immediately waters. Whistle each time you give the meat, and the dog's brain will associate the whistle with the appearance of food. Eventually the dog's mouth will water at the sound of the whistle alone. Cora's "brain" can associate Ideas In the same way When Corn's inventor, Bristol lenlal type. If Its "brain" is incchanicaiiv disturbed it develops an uncontrollable tremble The tremor experienced bj (•eople with l' ; i-nd other rssYVOug dial much the same Both the Bed Hug and Cora Fhnw typicni neurotic I —hysterical pan —if thi their built-in bruins cotlM iM conflict. The doctors at the conference expect machineti, provide a new insight JntC the causes of human brain troubles. PARIS, light-sensitive eye picks up Un robot brain beam and she moves toward"! it If he whistle* she takes n notice at llrst. But after 20 experiences In which the whistle is Mimkly followed by the lli.sh of the torch Cora responds to the whisic alone Robot No 2 is— Mary Mary is a steady, sensible bfpg with a logical approach to life Britain's ultra-cautious Dr. A M. I'HIey. of Mnlvem Worcs rudar station, where Mary lives .MMun iiitclliKcme test as an example of the logical problem* Marv can solve. On a punched card he "fed" Mary with these facts — All fhe letters f hatv received which lOtrt u'Htfcn on white %  MJMT u.-re typed. No tupeuHIlen letter has been sent to me in an unsealed envelope. Some of my bills arr on ichlle paper. I hare not paid any bills VMCfl 'I l ^£^'^.\\Z^ ,1", !! g counting madiine. built by ParU's rhestertcm silver haired Frofeaaa* Leiki Hr (l Cuurfliinal Mac—a streamlined network of wire, valves and True Story \i\ WALLACE S HULLKTT LONDON. iO ri.n-. u-tt'ii inurojerer whose n-spitt from the galiOin 28 ft i unu'rnment and ar-'UM-cl ;i public uUiv UatsOJIM m British history, danced his way to death in the lonely Broadmoor Ciimnnl Asylum Berkshire. By rights he should not have been at the n-.titutii.ns dance. He had heart trouble and .ilso an internal nmwth Cor which he was alf %  (;rain of mnrphme three times da>'. Ht h.'td been warned to take things easy. But True, as always, ignored orders and attended the dance on New Year's Eve. He collapsed and died later in the asylum lios1 pital. The fade-out was in character for the .">M-year-oId True, who, until he was 31, had jauntily rolled through life, a boastful, quarrelsome waster and drug addict. BvfJD while being held in prison on the charge of murder, True gave the impression that life was a game and murder a romp. He boasted that he had contributed 14 cents to become a member of the "Murder Club" and that he never )>elonged to the "Dud lub"—for those who botched the business >f summary despatch. Monacled, smiling. True, was arrested for a crime as sordid as any other. He had robbed and murdered a beautiful "butterfly of the street." Gertrude Olive Yates. in her southwest London apartment. He battered the girl with a tolling pin and strangled her with the silken cord of her dressing gown after a drunken orgy. During his trial fantastic rumors of the life led by True spread like wildfire througbmt Britain — Bachannalian orgies, wUd. extravagant excesses, and violent drinking bouts, and stories of depravity. True was found guilty but his neck was spared when the Home Secretary. Edward Shortt. appointed a panel of doctors to examine the state of his mind. They declared True was insane. D. V. SCOTT \ CO, LTD. TO-DArS SPECIALS %  C THE COLONNADE HM SWEET CORN THIS ( HUM SALMON This GRAPE FRUIT JUICE Usually S .48 Now S .44 M .21 ,','-', ', '* v,', -,'-'.'*-,-,-. CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANER •: Easy to Use.— Will not hurt hands No rinsing required. 1 I'inl Battle JO Cento at WILKINSON & I1AYNES Co., LM. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472, 4687, Carlos Now Ihls robot chess-player from Spain, m.ichiiuNo. 3. in a -Irk-tly hOQMt type. When 1 itu'.iii.l in a move I made on his brown ami silver thenuer-toai-i Carlos objected by it.>sning n light Alter I had %  h .itt'd 'Jii.v HlMfl lie refus.-d to play with me an,\ tin* iiiimivii. future. machiiK capable issuing accurate weather foreflashing neon lights—can work gSsltsV s*Utag ttlrfnc t sjmrtl out n one hour problem* (Jrom and pred t cllllK economir ehu i Mmple sums to Einstein algebra) ||# totewret ^^ moviti.blc appliwhich If done by human hands. cail0(1 of ^^j btuins to ina !" ttx would cover a pile of foolscap „, a ^ caIe |hat musl UJlher jn ., %  haoU u lilgh as the Eiffel Tower, ^cond industrial revolution lied Hut which, m his own words "will The Bed Bug, No 4 robot, devalue human brains as much ll nn % %  anlnuil" built by America's as the llrst devalued human brain-expert Dr. Grey Walter. 56-year-old PrWeaaor Norbert brain." flashes an electric torch, her Wkavar. This one Is a tempera—L E.S. SCOTLAND'S BEST MS SCOTTISH CREAM itn:\ni:it scmrcm WHISKY A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs Their finding produced a howl of protest from all over England. ShorU's resination was ilemanded. Five months later he had indeed gone because the coalition noverndepreMive I ment o( the day had fallen. :-ompn %  ay £ 100 million, others as much M £300 million. Probably he doesn't know exactly himself. Where did Ihe wealth come from ? Oil — which has made so many men so infinitely richer than other men, He Knew Oil 'Was bora Into H* He was brought up to know about oil. He was bom in Constantinople of Armenian parents in 1889. a few years before the first Baku oil well was sunk. His father and uncle started an oil business, and the son. after seeking a civil engineering degree in London, began to make contacts in the Baku oilfields thai were to prove vital to him. At 27 he came" to London and m 1U02 became a naturalised Briton. He was sdbn representing various Russian oil companies. It was the start of the gigantic game of power-chess with Governments, kings and huge corporations, which he has played evei %  nice. His biggest deal was after the llrst world war. He emerged from it with a lifelong five per cent share in the Iraq Petroleum ''umpany. That alone is estimated to bring him in an income of .'-.in r 300,000 a year. Two Mansions Palis and London M0M 1920s Gulbenkian wv %  gun iv hut mansions in London and Paris. trtl house, in which he now rarely sets foot, is <>n the Avenue d'lena. It has 108 i including five drawing rooms and a picture gallery. Police guard it constantly. It Is like a Florentine Renaissance palace. In size and splendour the reception hall rivals the palace of the French President. Fifteen chandeliers hang from the celling of the dlnlng-hall. The roof is covered by a garden with trees and hedges clipped in Oriental shapes, fruit trees and an orchid hot-house. Art Dealing LlWt.tW SrulDturea Gulhenkian's art deals have l>een as lavish as his busines< When the Soviet Government decided to sell the Imperiul collection in 1929, his agents were gtoia first choice. During the last war his representatives bid against Goering for war loot. Now his collection include* %  OHM of the world's best paintings. Egyptian c-ulptures valued at £1.000,000. medals, coins


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TUESDAY. JAST.VRY 53. lftSl BARBADOS ADVOCATE Leaf Scald Disease Of Sugar Cane PACE FIVE TAME TO sen •>•• %  • lr H........ %  H caused by Xaa j 4lk.lln.ao. It was i\r*t reported frcm Java, and has also o*i ierordd in Australia, Fiji, the Phil ppmc. Mauritius, Formosa. Hawaii ami Brazil. Recent jeporti indicate thai tit. daiaaaa ha* appe;t'..i .,, Hntish Guiana, % %  -. MteM to the West of the m-nu'iarj River: there is im ptvv'mi* record of its occurrence in the Caribbean area The characteristic symptom of Lear Scald are a white stnpinu of the leaves, followed by a drying and withering of the crown (which Hives the disease itname) and the proliferation of the side %  Hhouu of affected dines, usual)v from the lowermost buds upwards There in also a reddening of the llbres of affected canes, particuiarly at the node*, which can be seen on splitting open the one* The drying of the leavea J* followed by the death of the "top." and the symptom are repeated successively In the side (hoots which have developed. Under certain conditions, particularly if growing conditions are favourable, the disease may remain latent in the canes, and only mani fell itself towards the end of the growth cycle, or even only In plants grown from cuttings made frcm affected stools, or in subaeCUent ratoonc. As a result, th< disease nuy ha unwittingly car Tied to new plantations or export ed. if cuttings are sent abroad and ertabluhcd .vftha.it appropi Lata quarantine. I-enr Scald Is spread by means of infected cuttings, and by con. tamlnahon of healthy cane bv means of Infected knives used In making cuttings. It ably spread mechanii ir the fields. St. Michael's Infirmary —A Home Away From Home TO TilK POOR rVND DB8TTTUTI Bl MfchaaVl En iiiiui> hi %  horiu.iw.t\ from lionM rii. knatllutaoo the laixeM .il it-K,I i in r i. usluid flM Ult IIMI"HIMI-I of a small villa^v wheneveryone is iissocuiUil with .-. %  I other V\ neii an Advocntr i'|ii'.>-utati\v visited tlie Infirmary yesterday tlie roll was 216 men. 270 women, 26 boys and 21 girls. The staff is ft. nurses, the Superintendent Mr. H S. W.ntiV. Matron |Q|g I*' Senhouaa, .m \ ICatron and two Senior Nti Its own little scavenging %  snM ibo there but h< nl is aqtilppskd ii!i hi Mad Whati aba Mtunaafl lo DV donltaya and a ... aranl into the b is used to pull a gig wlmh i i,. Btghl a** r-old Mis en to the Parochial HuiMni,Sarall I.IUn.y is perhaps ( morning. The drtvei of talkattvi patbaM. She forme' PICTURED AT BBAWILL YE8TERDAT ware. Dr W AUH Oulf Oil. Miaagrr her* Mr Robert L. Bonn-, from the New York office of the Oulf Oil Corpu. Mr Hoyt Uiemun, President ol the Men* Orande Od Co Mrs Anas. Mrs. Bweiumd and Mr Sydney 8w-n-md. President of the Oulf Oil Corpor ation of Pittsburgh. Dr. sod Mrs. Aaor war* at Seswell toMthi psrty on Mr. Swen.md and paYty arrlvad bora on Saturday to SM the Island and to acquaint thenuelvea with local conditions under Thay returned to VenesueU yesterday which the Oulf Oil Co., Ltd., is working. tic.,' Sugar enne variet e Barbados could get also probdeal more travel than she is get lly by rats ling at present if the people henwould wake up and become alive to the situation, Mr. Chas. con*,,,,,.,, „,e„, bjSrV R^KS&.^SSffi-.'S: been of serious Importance, conMr 'iiemin* arriu^a v„m h boo* obtained by the at Z ."TrS'^T. "two months' holiday. He was occomBarbados Is St. James Vestry Approve Overlooking Action Of Sanitary Board Canada !" E ST JAMES" VESTRY yesterday parsed .. wlr confidence that the Vestry is latisfied that the Samtai. Commissioner;, acted honestly and judiciously In carry int. out their duties as Sanitary Commissioners to the best • varj this gig takea down the books Two masons are employed an. there are two ambulances and quantity of pigs. The patients arc granted two B. ree days leave it tbaj A pass is issued to than th and with this last) i .. atsfl Itrklgetown or %  place from 10.00 a.m. until clock in the evening. The Mobile Cinema gives showHMil twice a month OlM W i given last night The PoUeg 11, gives only one concert that Is at Christmas. Occasionally patients arc taken for 'bis tour* and sometunes to the otsssBU f n 1949 they were taken to Par.. 1 • at the Garrison on June B Education Hani roan ago tha bl iuiN[iiai\ new education at the Ilav Btl W School Now tbara oig boy and he abo attends Ai aWgi -HEMINO . best interest of the parish. The Vestry passed the voU of confidence after they had heard Mr. S A. Walrott refute allegations he said Mr A. G. Johnson had made against the Sanitary Board. Mr Johnson said he had nothing to say when Mr. Walcott asked for an explanation Putting forward the cases foi the JaniUiry Commissioner, Mr Walcott said that they had on January panied bv %  ng at the his wife and is Hotel Royal. use of resistant varieties to place the susceptible ones Variety resistance testing is done by the planting of artificially inoculated cuttings, followed by n careful observation of the resulting plants over the jrrowrn,. season. In the cose of a new outbreak of l^-af Scald, and until resistant varieties with otherwise suitable ,0 '"' h ", <"> *• fringe of qualities are demonstrated, the s .. t 0 .. b 5_ donP T h, v ,! '>" ,on best measures of control are th< careful selection of planting m terial from healthy Held. pinion Mr. Walcott said that (here met was no need for legal opinion ... of the A subsidiary Board was responsiSadJ hv M? i^ Snd a "u *' a, t " b 'o hP Vestry and they hart ,s need for !$?&. Ve^Jy^"consl^r" the Z^^SSE"^ moro hotel accommodation for 111., mailer Honi ihlnA many lourtjw who would be comThe nrl alle K nlioi, which had Uncoil" %  ng here In Ihc fulure The Ba>been made was lhai no dairy A Bl .ados I'nblicllj,-Commute* ar • inspector, hid been apuolmed stifle Ihem previously I ihey t&^J? t*. **& <• ''"""• • '•' S1 J m "' Pri*h Still in would no, be jSSlC'JSt W the island, but they are only Uio account,, a .talcment of the chai.man w.mte. .. he IS V^rtErSlr&'SS, cou1 **" %  "* " "" %  "" %  "" %  attention to America and are year, money paid for dairy movei looking Canada, the coniin,; speclors. After he had made ,ly. roun lry r ,""' orlcl itiv^tigations he had found Hi t >thei boy recently passed mil 'he school. He I expects to receive ., hur-.ir> The other U<^ ,,n i, fOr elementary school* and th. 'i ajority of the girls are traiuf rd lo the Nightengale Homa I fore they are old enough for ad v a need education There is however a small DTav paratory class Inside the iinlrm ii where children from three vea. upwards attend classes. Miss \ Small has been the mistress foj the pan \ m ,, lived at Marhlll Street. Her band was a schoolm;i-tcr m St James. They had no children Uelcina Carter ha* (KB 1119 She was servant ,.1 I'assaaa !{.>i and came in at the %  ) After tha became 111 she had ti gjva up working Maternity Wards Attached t.. the Wo*nan*i Ouai tem hi an Antenatal Ward Prssi nant worrten are tre.itf.i In ill I Mtsssss] t'li'sferrtM I the maternity ward which ionly door-wa} Tliere anOBI) fiw palieiits m the Antenatal tie;>.irtTiient Eight eases are at present m tu M.tteniily Ward, but this can hoi. 20 and accommodation can In made for more In case of erne aney l.ittlr baskets are niUttwd k Mtilheiput their babhM In tin TaV utiiv alkiwsd in the irioutn when nursing midday yesterday tht 1' I 11 H I 1 V I Each mother had i FRESH SUPPLY Or PURINA HEN CHOW (SCRATCH GRAIN) H. JASON JONES & CO.. LIP. Hiiiliiiii SPECIAL REDUCTION ON CIGARETTES due to Surplus Stock. AMIATH 20', 37.-. Keduccd to Mc 3 13 ao- J7c. 33. 5 Pkt. S(l'< SI 83 II. ft) coming plot had been arranged and the prevention of transfers Thc """'hei of passports issued no money had been pmd to the of cane material from infected ,n tno United States ond Canada Sanitary Inspectors of St J areas to those which are free of Pro^* 1 > Canadians travel for carrying out Da; the disease. ""• % %  ,m > oth *r people in ti lhai the world per capita of populnThe second allegat. The Importation of cane matetion a toilet was built i rial into Barbados is prohibited Statistics published roeutlv la during one year and ... by law; new varieties from abroad the Canada-West Ind'es Magu lowing year another loilel that are required for breeding zinc show that one out of every built on the same are only Introduced after the 539 people in the USA. recelvIf there were the slightest most rigorous quarantine meaed passports as against one out of trace of truth in such statements, sure* have been taken Conseevery 224 in Canada. Mr. V/alcou said, the uambafi quently. it would be impossible Now that import restrictions Ifl of the Sanitary Board would be for a disease such as Leaf Scald Barbados are loosening up, Mr unfit to sit around that Board lo be brought to Barlwrios except Heming said that Canadian Under the circumstances thay In cane stalks or cuttings immanufacturers and food produwould be nothing but thicw if ]:orted without the knowledge of cers are looking forward to bigthey had paid out money rn|cn the Customs authorities. fi ei marked foi thali produ b had not Man rauetttd Boa New Boards As the time was coming for members of the different BoartM to be appointed, he wanted MM alter cleared up so that % %  lhai .. iiinplaiiM (HUT subsidiary Board could not laid to the Vc.-M.v Mr. A I. Jtfraan Mid lhai. he too. as a member of tha Sunitary Commissioners fell ins perthat the Vestry should kAO* ome of the allegations which had %  'enly on the roll Th Hinds is acting for Ra* | M.lone. the Chaplain. All the dining halls are kept In D vi^ry sanitary condition. i iii~ with Around ',,. %  baMaa at lunch %  mllo an iiei f.nc This waul ii %  Tlie ward averages M5 babieN'.ii H !l Jones Is It charge She has been there since H39 ihe Children'. 2 cradles and beds. Thei pa Wa .1 there number ol also n beaullfiil dining rOOBI which is nlotPOd wiih 1 Traa at ChTsatraa <" I'ttle bey was engaged ruling h rocking horse for many hou "OI6 Timers' The women's quarters 1 their old timers. Perhaps th been made and | %  'h.-m n fuwd !" oat Industrious patient 1 ].\ | Holctown They had had absoluteh no fiurse. She makas rug mats ami the ioicfaanca .if dafaodJni tlst elvi aiai tliein at prices from flu cenis %  t Noinn,.!,..!, Day DO three shillings sh u biait veiv ttongb that owing to ill-health and on the the motion made bv Mr Walcott recommendation of his medical wa n0l m order pracUtioner, he was forced to |„ the first place, he said, it rCR 's* n was brought by the Sanitary u_ 001 %  J ,, Commissioners. He was wronMr. 0111 hud wrved the parirfi d r| ,, ho SaillMr Commui"." L nd £*. T""" Woucni p that Board tiien existed uld tuke enecl from Healed By Faith hen they were nat in two days If chips an ible. She would welcome any •hips that are sent to her She h H also taught „ few other pa make mats She is now 58 but at b infirmary in 1921. She was the-i a hawker of Greenfield Jane Graham (7). a M %  >f Bay Street, trai admitt..i 1842. She beean.i-in ,.l.| woman patient after anouY.'i woman, who was over 100, di, riH-ently. When the Aavaeale s.v. Jan. ^esterday she was an Joy n |-ll! | .1 'J^|l| W Uh lJ C !" l "^a ^..i ,'lWr „ f the outthem and can .ee quite well .,„„ „.„„ d „, r< ., ,„„, ,„,, cuMion wi The chanse look place la.t week VMn ha ,, ,„ „,.„„, hl ,,„,. in Queen's Park. Waite had been ,,. attending the meetlnaa loins on there and had got the preacher to Mr. Cox. Mr. Ilayncx anil prav for her. She was told to Mr Button also a d cle .1 have faith in Cod that she would Ihetr <|Uota and aaid lha: he able to see as before. She had Mr Gill had done admirabl.. done this. work for the parish both as a Waites feet are also affected Hud Inspector and as Parochial She has been Instructed to pray Treasurer, and have faith that these will „. likewise be healed She la doina Th1, Chairman endorsed th,this, (he laid, and feels certain remarks of the previous apeakri. that she will get results. on d added that ho hoped Mi Gill would be spared for many Received Sight years to enjoy his retirement. Another woman who calls herThc Vestry made the following self -sister" Bovel), said that she "ppoinlnu-tits: Delegates at Synod lives in St. Joseph and is a mem!" r l9 ;'" Mr „ A Carte, am'. ber of the Pentecost Church Her r J*"'' Challenor for the •yes were affected since 1ITC7 Fm E" ,l,h Church and Mr E II %  Ions lime everything was just f1 !" "' •,' a %  ""<•" a blur. On Wednesday night in '"" si Ann '• the Park when the preacher toU Official Weigher of motor veall who needed healing to pray to n i c |es: Mr Oswald Walker u* 1 ; J'?. i I , y Building Committee: The would be healed, she had done churchwarden. Mr. H. A Carter, this and felt a change on the spot. Mr A P fox Mr w V Good. Boyell said that she can now ln ,. Mr. C A Williams see before her clearly, though Thp Vestrv considered the F.sshe has not yet got the oppor,i ma t„ (or Po<)I belief for the tunity for the preacher to pray vear ]„-, !ne cu.,^ ,UUC h "" N*i Claim. Committee r-.u TnrAa m I.I... i —,.. —i.^ "he Vestrv recommended lli.il Cecil rorde, a blind man who w t i .„ T rh..ll..,.,r Mr u & begs alms about the City, had ?.„„ "d M r c ri.*. L been blind for nearly eleven „*"'.' i ,K D „I J^f years, he said On Sunday night T !" ^? '"'Jjjf p !" "' !" > Oaln;; %  Queen's Park, the pfeacher Committee This wa. a. a result ..dtlit al pay Mr Crick. Mr " '" ""f '""' u >' ""' ""' Walcott said, was at the aaM '" •'""<> g" tttal I me when that was decided Mr in'ioory is not very good. Ji.lSnson was on Uie Floard subMartha Green Is now M sii. .eiiuonily and did not know what entered Ihe institution when in was taking place A*OS 74. Martha never heard On March 13 1950 it wa; radio before entering this inn had any right to bring a motion *'Xu he Sanitary ,,i .' • : 2ZZ3L III VSXX. SSV^-ESr? In.!,. i had prayed for him and touched "' ,",''"2?"1Z !" ?. SSE '"t.^ 01 his eyes. He saw something like !" '.' P s r J" ,r > I !" !" ',. *""' a shadow passing over ho; "eyes. ^ "" .'• C ^Ji^l""" II was the preacher's hand. He S^SS," „a Ch .k.7"1," "' had been quite unable before to C""""''"T %  "" < h %  ^ .,,.h,., -I believe." he sSftE^H,^, \J, •ee anything *iald. "that in due course my aight will be entirely restored F have bean told to have faith that It can be done." harl 1 tent Ion of of the Coi TTie Vestry' appointed th Churchwarden. Mr. L. E. Smitr Mr J A. Havnes. Mr C A Williams and Mr A P Cox, Committee to investigate the Farley Downes. 69, of Lodge aalarien of parochial em, Hill. St Michael, died suddenlv The Chairman told the Vestry at his residence on Sundav night 'hat the Colonial Engineer had A post mortem examination was nude a proposition to the Vesheld yesterday by Dr. A S. Ashhy *-ry to provide two latrines for who attributed death to pneuthe Pariah Church along with the monla. fh aa f*a 7 DIED SUDDENLY tors, should not get t salaries, bul one salary occasion, too. the salari Wen increased. That was a denial of Hv DI false allegation*. Mr Walcoit said. On the "two toilets on tinMine spot" allegation. Mr Walcott again produced the Minute Books through tiM derk. to :->•" that $585 had been voted t.> build a toilet In Holctown That had l>een found to be >nad|Uata and n subscxiuent vote of mi was voted to complete the t *M that meeting. Mr. Johnson was there. __. Revenue Copies Audited Mr .lohnson ksarw 01 ie toilet. Mr Walcott said Mr Johnson had also been ra ,vm| audited conic of the had to come to the attention ol revenue and expenditure %  w the Vestry. If there were Mj pariah from 1947 and *" %  "T* doubt as to whether the nueHion hatching up incorrect st;.'< should be discussed, he was winAchurchwarden he %  pHnte Ipone It and seek leg d On Page 3 the second place the in.ittcr \-., :, wholly privale one T^ie allegations had never been mane at any meeting Of the Vestry They were made In public et Nomination Day when most of the people who thought i hp >' were involved were present am' they had an opportunity then to explain to the public The Vestry needed no explan.r. Question which should not have come before it at all Finance* The Chairman said that the Sanitary Commissioners were responsible lo the Vestry. Anyof the toilet, thing that happened lo that Board. especially to the finances of no" her hobby every tiny stand under the lUdio DlstnVK^ utlon Th nurw h e to for* .. had l f * ,kv h meals and th-, M IS bach to the radio again Radio Struck She kg still quite strong bul I 1 i the opinion that the radio i Ouiwar Ii speaking lo I %  %  :( %  ;.iiin,un.er her iiuM Bha formeriv uaad I" ha 1 ibourai of Ifpiier < Hock Marttg Lowe was admHtad ti :y|7 when she was B2 \ %  %  f 9.". she Is now without hag n tiong Anothi-r Marli: "me of Hlackman. I* M 'rong. She used to live at Perk' • Hill, onlv a few yard< iwai fi he Tnnnnary. Tliompson Woori who "Iso lost her memory A rare case is that i %  Oumba, She is now about 75 bn was admitted only in June In The Laundry Fifteen araabers and an iroiiei %  fa .•miiloyed in the WashlBJ d i.iilin.iii \li" < Viigil ll l..undi> mistress and seamstress. Ail i toil an m.nit u Mil tha ii iBrauir] Sootatimaa patatnti asaiat Miss Vimil with •ewing. wiuiitinrwadjaworl. is done I 'hihulUiIng, washing goes on below Mr note | Cyril Viuighan Is in Otargl l I llM %  iKiihinos. Thg toundn u •qulpvad with ntodarn macUnary, A Una wash in,. mafhltH trai put flown a year ,;i>. It h.is Iwii i niiipii tment-r. i ich holding ovei PHI g.innenl* There Is also another washing m iiiiini' hut this is an okaH da inn niada itioallj nit of wood i: MM tin ill.st lliat the inllrmary had and that was when Mr John Heckles was C:hurchwiirt'eii. After tha ii.'Uie ira brought (ran tha warda tha wshers i %  in bskaa out and Ihaj ara thao put Into the washing machines I %  i s ,ii' w.i In.I im li.ilt :ni hoili nit rlnaad for the samp amount of lime Prom the washing machines they go into the exti.ic %  i w here the water is nried out more efhelentlv than if they were rung by hands. ItM list slage Is when tlu-y -ire n tu d mi J Simplex Iftingi i|oi|>ment will soon b* ihe laundrji m I ttj When tins is done it inny Dot he necessary to dry thc dollies in Hie -un Tin. couipiiicnt is already %  n UW lilenil .i Porda iii.s baan In %  i ..k al th.* InBrrnary i"i I i ...is. Ills auist,,ni is |{u,H-rt Worrell, but in is employed to k ni.ils for those patients who I :,y to b fed sa >n page • ALL IN CtXIl) CONDITION KMGHTS LTD. — AU BRANCHES %  • Mwiayta) ••• ,*, HARRISON'S BROAD ST BE SURE TO GET OUR QUOTATIONS BEFORE BUYING THE UNDERMENTIONED ITEMS ELSEWHERE Sugar Bag Twine NEW SHIPMENT—BEST QUALITY 5 PLY AU-Steel Wheelbarrows 18 (i. BODIES 3 CUBIC FEET CAPACITY Galvanised Buckets ALL SIZES AND WBUHTS Elwell's Cane Bills — AND — Mineral Surfaced (Red) Roofing Special Tropical Quality—Kach Roll of 12 yards complttswith Fining Solution and Nalla. Prices are steadily rising' { *' r I NOW IS TIIK TIME TO BUY ** HARRISON'S FOR HARDWARE. 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Tl'ESDAV, JANl'ARV !J. 1131 BASBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. ST. JAMES VESTRY I'X'.l SEVEN TCLCTHONE ISO* io %  mi Bow er.. %  DUr be 11X1 FVi. Be Ihe >.na.r.liM. beg taa-otagB iru. medlu-i to thank an ihote who -ei.t a, ... Bn d iti rPI or in any ethn „> *. pl r>*rt] thelr i ..ur recent brrea.eti-nt. i-Biind ( %  • Ha dc.th ol Marian Piisnm I n Hill I..na Ptigr.m mil' r*.r.l lri^itln %  .11 ... M M. riaa NagtBak Bi.itj a>n o %  tarsi HMMP I.,..,. Hunanbe i>i I S Maaaiah F#JR KKWT HOUSES COnUllUllg 4 ( %  %  ptsj rs i i-m %  KEN-CRME'. -au*. >Hdr'( ithibcbe. to approved munii liari d cutlery optional AveiiaOt. rebiuor-. •aid. Tot particular, dial KM any -lav except Sunday. IB I II—tin BWANIM A .rniihad R.ms.iow at Kunhmi 4 Bad I Telephone K.idio Crage td available n PHxvwry. Dial atft or %  ) TRINITY COTTAaEv-St Jama. Cooat Fully furniahcd containing 1 bedroom*, etao a telephone AvaUabla (or month* ol uarv lo May and AufMM to D*C*mIBM. Phone SMS. 31 I.SI-> roii SAM. Il HLir KALES AUTOMOTIVE CAM rumen tr. T ivund. An I \ OM IM1 Mm • In perfect B.I .... .1 Kll C %  II lllilonir,. CAR -Du ick S law Modal, impact Ion .nviied WHJami. aMUH l M Worth!.* _^^^^^^ Mlfc-Ui 1 Mm Mm Cowl. Pick-up.. I Mom. Cowley Van and I 10 hp t'llli. C%  I %  ml. %  week, with Irs* than 3500 mil**.. At <-on.idr.ablr nduello.i A Chance not lo be n .i.ted FORT HOYAI. l.APAOF. LTD Telephone 4AS4 JO .1 H 4,, • up. aaloont r-mvrd. Dial 4*11 COURTESY GARAGE lt.1 II—*n UAMaT Entnne.. Racing Car-. Smflrd Animal,. Jir Saw Plinlaa, lUth Sponge*. Blo.lf Rm„ M" %  !>, BKvri, Guarda. Poti. '"•ppria. Scootari. La mo >hada. Lighl-llouv Matchaa Mr Ratai T*rm oaah. tafcr The numimfl HIUMT Bv in MIHWni racaii-od from thr I, %  R..d on Fllday'lha *Kt! if January, ballnnlnf at I o'clock. Onv lantion MM Mi JAmon taiaj h* hd %  lothinf to *a>-. Mr. Jordan said lht hr wu a n.rmb*r or the Sanitary Commii aionen and when Mr. Johnson s rhurchwarden said that money pasard through channels frhaM never existed, sullying reflrctiont *re cast en him. He would :>t aocept ihoitremarks as accidental, but thought they were designed. The Ve*try would have to cortte io a decision, for he would not IM> ncsorlaling; himself on pertain Hoards in which they were metnb*n who publicised Incorrwi Matemcnts of the Board. Mr S Malah *aid thai the occurrences were very annoying It was wrong for a man who churchwarden to go around making statements which he knew bo incorrect. He was railing a vote of censure. Mr Massiah Me Ihen made a motion for | vote cf Confidence and Mr. Wll klnson seconded It. Mr. Crick said that he could no rubwnbe to the resolution for th* IM KIII *mrTU*,H NOTICK HKAL ESTATE PAki.H or *i imi ii Soaird Taodat* lor nplarlnc Ina r ol lha St. Philip Pnrlah Cbui markad on lha anvatnpa Tandar Chureb calllns-aiill b. racalvad bv undcraimad not later lhan Stlh Jan Pl.n. and aparlncallnna can ba aaan at TOY Offeron any OfHcp day BUHaasail ronltactor niu.t ba prrp*r*e lit romplFlc thi |ob to tha aallatacttoh "f lha ll Hid %  I rommnirr S*J J. S W SCOTT. Clark to in* V-.tr SI Philip. MAM ta '*! aq n. M | %  ten. Stora Rim p-rticLilara apply I I3IM ILKTRICAI. f HIClDAII'-K public romprtitiim ,n lhair ofUca No 1! ISh Mr-M. Drulart >un mi T'mr..l% 1 | lha Irarhold dwrllli-nhri'.-r CBIIMI II. HI I 111 In ancallanl ordct and racmtlv rcnovnlad. In nth Avaoue. B.IHvilla. with t.nK anuarr (aal of land. Dtawins. dlnttis and braaKla.t room.. 4 badrooma. bath ond tollat und klichan Double arJc ii %  I' H-l>-jlntr II.. RADIO (In. Hi Rddyolona modal S 04 R-dio in oKcHlant condition. No raaaonablr nffri rFTuard For (urlhrr par% %  culani pht.i.r SMI. balora IM am and %  %  % %  trial—an COTTUT. CATFORD , 1-inviTI'"' "untrd Proaara. and %  aanf-ln. ', %  .. Ruah Cftalr.. Mahi.sn> neak Mahoranv oo\-* M Mattraur und Linen At Thrkwnv" Ma.tmsa Main Rd near St latiniaa Gap. Apply C B Jemmott H i u ii riTlNITL'nE-Ralph Re.m ,ilr-.. the followlnf New Mnhofaii' furniture; Dtnln* Chalra fill 00 par pr Tub Chair. • P*r pr.. Cocktail table* 110.00 Te Irull-y. SISOO. SUaamllntd Mom. chn. 833 00 each: Vanltlr. *MM each alao unpainted ruah rhadra. roeheTa and %  tool, not I or ret uii; a large aaaortmant of rood aerond hand furniture. Call at Ralph Deard'a fuml'hinr .how room.. Hardwood Allav. Open %  a.m lo 4 FOR BENT BALB OB LEASE BAGATELLE HOUSE. SI. Thorn.. Up (lair. Cloerd G.llri-% Drawing and Din In foam. BraakTaat room and Kltchenetu ? bedroom, runiunf wa|ay in each. Toilet and Baih DOWNSTAIRS C-^* Gallery. Uvln-room. Rrcakfart room f.nd Kitchenette. 7 Badrooma Toilai and Balh. HectrW l.i|ht and Talepbona Applv Manser of Baiatrlle Plantation. St Tbon-a. Dial 23X1. 31 1.31 —n. ItlUNE ISIBIMECIIAN-ICAI. BaCTCLI OBI Hopprr Racing Mode I" i.i-llint condillon For further p-i IICU1.II. Phono MM. 21 1.11 3 Hh'YC-lje — Gent. Model B.--lelh Ml aood condition will. 1 St—"d and Dyiw>II .b. nice St&OO Applv MISCELLANEOUS flUCKEN ESSCNCE A. you can. %  ..I .it raasna CkkBans '-i we hair in dock "Brand* Chwkaw Baaanee' made from fre.h! r killed Bru,lim VHU. nut and I. full nl n oui i-hmrttl KniffM %  Ltd Blll-tn J Ull'llt.'llS Completalt new. am-il %  ne Ijidle. Cream Riding Jodphuro. C I* Rice made 113 00 Phone SI04 — llenjamin 23 I al--Sn INDIES SI-OKT COATS lor -o.il Fawn, beige, wine and black in aaaotled uic BJS SO Modem Draao sno ppe. S3, i .si -an MIIJX Knwdarrd Milk In I lb TtnJ NulrKla. Select a Dallv Brand". AI-> New Dnlch Cheew f ct. per lb S F. Cole A Co Ltd Dial J*J5. 3J.ISI—3n. PI ASTIC P T aJ O U Raincoats. Shot rip.. Apron-.. Table CIoUi. Bablr.' Pi lie.. Modem Dieaa Shoppa S1.19ICAVS a I.M HIi i \I ML ISWe will aol up for aala by Public Competition at wur Ofncc J.me. Slreet. on Friday tnd February 1931. at 2 pn>. CAVE a. ROACHES Pl^NTATIONS situate in Rt Lucy and ron-alr.lns by c.tlmnllon H2 aCro 3 rood. S3 perche. of which about 41 acre are arabie Th* acreage i. made up a. follow, a*", acre, lit crop cane, ready foe %  raping. 14 arrea voung cane*. M acre, aour graaa. P acre* S3 perchei in prcpainiioi., road*, yard, elc Inapection on appiicalloti to Mr Ormond Knight on >he pramla*.. YEARW'JOD \ BOYCE. PERSON Al. The puhh. -ir hofwBj named agAinrt giving credit In mv wife. Jeaaallne I : da not hM 1 I nnlleei *wder Hgn %  gd fAi.vm IMIOWNB aton ILII SI Je.neThr public are hereby -amad at-b,.* giefehl ctedjt tv wila. Edith l*a*h> irae Jordan! a. I du no! hold myaell i eapon.l ble for her or anyone el.r eondflM or debia In my name unlae* bv J v i Hint order nad bv m Rajtl FRANK lASIHJ^' ratrfleld l^nd T.idor llnde 331 si—an PERMANENT ivardleo for your record player, and noodle* of all kind*. Price tl 04 Record* Of all kind, too A HARNEB A CO. LTD. D.IXM-l.Ln Feather.. Floncr.. c. A Edgra In a Larg nablc price*. Modern 23 I SEA SICKNBB8 Wbv be .ick i. aea or air Yoi enjoy your trip bv uaing the n Sick romady KWEhLS you e H al any Knight'• Drus Sioia STOCKINGS 11 g-.uge F aiockmg.. SS 14 Ladle, and Ankle Sock*. M lo M cent* i,,. aSfajM nisi % %  SKIRTS. BLOtTSEH SHORT.-. lo large variety. S3M lo •*. Moderi Drefa ShOppO. 33.1 SI-On. THERMO-l Fl^SKS — Make awr* 0* DBO now — They will Ba mora ox panalve lte. All .i/e. KNld" %  •* DKt-'O STORES STOP THAT COUGH by ludng K ight i BMraeaial Couafe Kmm A• %  like magic — Kulghl Drug Store. 23 LSI -In. LOST VfMTKD HKOOCH Largo round Sliver Brooch daaignrd Boor bud and leave* sentimental Value. Reward Phono tSOO 33 1 SI—in PLOT Or SALE AND COPY ne. lalning lo Mr-. Helena Hoi lord 1*1 l*nd Finder pl'aae rtlurn to Advocii. Company. II I SI It, Johnaor Stable. Teeth Loose Gums Bleed• %  .£ The pubtkare hereht warned ag^Inil giving credit to m> nlle IJEOTTA ORBBN tore Trotmani a. I do not hold mvrell rerpon-ible for har r'.wr conlracting any drbl or dehli %  Igd'rHARIR* flREENF. While Hill WANTED HELP NOTICE I'vniMi OF rtntrs-T curatB Sealed Tender*. imaiked on the envelope Tender lor Loan'', Will be received at tn' office up lo 3 00 p m oO Mondny 2SSh January. 1SAI. for the loan of til.im lo lha poii-h. at a rat* of iTiterwl not rarredlng 4 to tie lepaUl IB tiller II equal In.talment. of C l*> each commanclng |tt the month Ocioher i*S WOOD GODDARD. Clerk of the Ve.try. Chrnt Chu PICK WICK Member, are kin th-ii gear a. tho | hare been handed i-rirket A*a NOTICK lie. reapon.lble for any loa iot collected ImtneoUatelv H. D. KIDNEY Hon. Beer eta rv tl 1 SI—( til I I) ll\KRlSONIAN PKK'IETY There will ba an open dav al Herriaon Collese lor all old b*y on Wednr>dav r-Brunr> flh Old Bo.** Cricket match 1130 Ten 3 13 to 4 IS Cocktail130 lo 1 pm All Old llarrtaonlan. who will beattending .ire aiked to nolil% DM %  * %  retarv hv February Xnd Bubwription voteof conAdertec He would m caait Mi Walcott K discusskm % %  explanation. A MksoN Point To his mind the rirctim*ian> • :hal had given birth to the ns> sity for the explanation were pat inotiiu to if four of their numbera had gone into Sandy Lane wat>1 and had yelled allegations at eavh othor. That would haveha I nothing to do with the Vestry II -houkl never ha\-e come t^fDre Bie Vestry He had previously heard M Walcott uphold Mr. Johnaof 'haraeter and he could not are how there could be such a raidk il i hangje In so short a space of llni.Mr It S. Ftancroft said that i| was the duty of the Vestry to mny. investigations into any allegaito which were made against subi fa Boards. Mr Crtclr. and Mr Holder ai. siained from voting for or afatn | the vot of confidence Mr. Johi%  Oal *-oted against it The meii> bors who voted for It wart: M S A. Walcott, Mr J H WilRison. M.C P.. Mr. A L JordnMr R S Bancroft. Mr E. Ms siah and Mr. S Maaiiah Throe New Toilets The Vestry agreed inai thr.-. toilets should be built, on* in Fit/ Village, our In Payne* iiay and |hc other at Reid's Bay and three baths at other points in the [*aris(The Vestry earn* to that deviate. When Ihcy were considering motion b. Mr. Walcott that the Vestry express their opinion i the toilet and bath question l i that the Board which would hav. to vote for their building, should 'now the feelings of the Vestry Three members gave notice • I motions they intend to discuss al -mint; Vestry meeting* Mr. Crick: That the subsidlatv boards of the Vestry furnish i ":> %  financial gtatement an I report of the Vestry by the 28*.t day of each month and that .1 meeting of the Vestry be mminc M on the following Monday •insider and discuss such finanC 1 xtaiement and report. Mr. JolinwoH (a) that the Vcy appoint a board of cnquiiy find out why tenantry roj.is arc in such a dilapidated .inditlon. Are the Vestry aware of the dissatisfaction that exist in the purh by rate payers* (bl That the Vestry dlscu-s 'ays and means of erecting • latrine and bath at Hoytet Villa [f ud Skon Hill. (c) Recommendations to tbf Vestry to revise the salaries of fi matron and nurses at the aim-.house and provide better housing (dl That the Vestry should ho: • a Vestrv meeting at least once %  month la fulfil the work of thr parish. (el That the Vestry consider Increasing the allowance of the ol-' and destitute parochliil pensioner* and make it at least 72 cents InSt. MICHAEL'S INFIRM A IO # Frees page a Qea Is now betru il-ree gas boiler* are ah ng uted Forde v 1,1 the T.B Ward They arc .ill kBjj The Diipeiuaiy u at the en irance. Mr T. J Smith has been druggist thete for 12 years Patients irom outside the lanlrmfcry are alao gi\-en free medicinv t thlt, dispensary. Wnvn thc> • nnnot pay a doctor Ihcy go to the Poor Law Inspector who in turn M'tids ihcm to cither of the law 1'M.Os They either brln| then prescriptions to that diapensarV or take Ihem to the clinic at the r.irochial Huildings. No ^ite can enter tlie IBjaflnar! without Aral meeting the Uateniaii His quarters are also at the en irance. below the din>< i-> The nurses' dormitory, like (he tards. is equipped with a Radio Distribution They kdivg .1 dining irom. kitchen and sitintg rootr) i.pstnlrs where they ean^jilertmn (heir friends when oft duty. The charge nurses work during! Ihe day all the time, but other nurses work for two wickon cay duty and two weeks on Bight .luty. When the infirmary v. U 1884 Mr. Waill.e. gi.iiuli.itinn ot the present Superintendent. was made Supeiinientient So fai three geneialions of Waith--. have served as Su|>enntendenti'tinx-fiittf 1 i'<-ttmtrvr Rvslgna SJ) rrnm |.*ee ;. %  I Mr H A I sheba after a recent ..nd on in.-Uon ol Ml \ kstd to [Churchwarden t.> maka I mate T there the In V. %  intent inn to put %  %  %  moans for thr 1 %  SHIPPING NOTICES Ki-nu s ^HsnAsii Lue.l M .m, f,r Model. 1,. MNKI V it>V! —all with :ii.', 1..,, -ii • 1 1 1 ti. II • Lamp "• 1 kggej AT MV.OVS STAUONERV and II \i(HU \KI -o\Tr.v, si am ti iv ,. .. /! % % %  tsi, IAR irsinn •-AN/ 1 IV. SS rONOAKIRal |. rhclulcd to •ilt Adelam, Jrnu.r IBaKrn^ wZaSK"** %  ' "-^.T^1 v %  "•*• ample .peer | guard *•-•*%  • .1 Ooarnraj Cargo Cargo acerted on through IlilU of Lading with Icn.Mpenent 't TllTigad InRrtUU. OwUn..' Barba,,.,. wlti* ward and lamM l.land For further partKulan apply FVRNBSS. emtY a COMPANY. Liatrncn Ttflda d Ill 4k DA GOSBM .v 1 1 ni Barbados, . and I'aasonger. for BY ijreiad. aii'l Anib•'<• I1W I MimnMi: OV\Nli:VSMMTIATIOV Inr Telephone: HIT --OVI;II.\MI:M \onus DKPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Vacancies for Road Overseers, Grade IIAPPLICATIONS are Invited for appointments to vacant posts of Road Overseers, Grade II. ... ,1 The posts arc pensionable, and the position within the salary scale which is ($480 x 48 1.200 (KB 1 1.272 x 72 1.440) will be determined in accordance with the experience and qualification ot tne The appointment will be on one year's probation in the first instance and will be made subject to the selected candidates being passed as medically M for employment in the Public Service. Candidates, who should be between the ages of 25 to 30 years and who should have had some experience in road work, must be able to read and write English, lo keep correctly the Labour and Distribution Rolls, to set out and measure up all descriptions of road work and to perform any other duties that may be required of them by the Director. Each successful cBndidate will be required to keep a motor vehicle for use in the performance of his duties. A travelling allowance will be paid in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling Allowance Regulation* in force. Applications, which should be submitted on the prescribed form obtainable from the Colonial Secretary's Office and sealed In an envelope marked "Application for post of Road Overseer. Grade II. Department of Highways and Transport," should be addressed to the Director of Highways and Transport and will be accepted up to 4 pm. on Wednesday 31it January, 1S1. 21 l.Bl—>n. DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AMD TRANSPORT Temporary Employment for Road Supervisor* Road hEciir.TAfiv ioi iiifKuiv (mill urn salary iioojn gethor win nub %  1 .. Bigg free light. Holer and Use* ol Golf an .dv.ntaae Apply r.-. Idler only, forwarding refarwner*. lo—The Secretary. Coll Chtb, Bockle'. Bl 91—t f II. Vacanrle. IH In DOklsn Department Of a Went Indinn Petroleum Renner* lor Trained Ih-aughSamen. capable ol CBS, and chemical engineering prolecle Applicant. must have tho Britlih Hilher National OrUfkatr or it. U H o' Canadian equivalent and .hould be prepared to it" proof of techniial jbilIty by Interview or esamlnalH>ii Application., living full dlalln and en parlance, accompanied by a recent paaaport photograph, ohould be addreaard lo Meaar*. Da Coaln ft On Ltd.. PO BOM IU Hrldgatown Blll-ti. MISCELLANEOUS TO SUBTLY wll I umckly tlght-m prrhapa eema I nr later cauae your l**th 10 1 a n.a Bneumali.m Arnaaan alopa i.m id* aor* mouih looiK Iron nod • A n-.ak. f< gf Amosam %  ?•"•'• %  Tor pgsrrkoa—Trench Monti. LIBJIUBtaUta Freah Milk, mierprl-e Dairy Farm Dial OflTI. IR.IS1 r.n ,V//,V.V,V,V/,VA','XrVV*V WORK For our people depends quits a bit on YOLTR support of •'Home Industries." APART from that. LlMOlEttE 'price and quality) against any similar article and you will find you j!ct better value. Umolene Is as refreshing as a breath of Spring 18 to 7c. at your dealer. v/,v ^ %  a> BOP* f o 0 00 c Applications are invited for lemporary employment Supervisors in the Department of Highways and Transport. 2. Successful applicants will be paid a forty-four (44) hour weekly wage, based on the Government Rates of Pay of l shillings. That the Veslrv give consideration to the provision of dental facilities for the poor U> That the Vestry consider the increasing o[ the salary ->' Ihg poor law inspector Mr Holder: (a) Thiit tha V. "1 consider placing of lights at sun .ible distances along the coast runt from the southern end of the pat ilt to the northern end. In Oraar n do this, he would move that gfl estimate be got from thr Klecinc Company. (b) That the Vestry ouuiaaor, iiefore Ihe rates are laid for 1951-52. that the sum of (500 I* .-illocated under the poor relief Ac to help th* poor of the parish in ilrect straitened cii. %  tance mid whose homes are ui dllapi' lated conditions. (c) That the Vestry c' erection of a toilet to the existing >ath at Orange Hill mh&ntn iruillarv condition, of t 1 %  would bv Improved Harbour Log NEW VORK SCRVICE r. Tbal.a .ail. IgBBBl r ""'o 1.1,1 Pebruun M HIM I *.M ;V „ s '"•• %  1 1 D A Btraniri oh Jaiv.ian 1 IM iaawaM '.-I rehruai, CANAP.A-. 'KRVR'B The* reaaet. bat* Ihwll" •*• %  ROBERT TnOM LTD N York and Cltilf aUrvico. Apply: UA COSTA ft CO : "IV Cuadian tarries. CANADIAN 8E1 VLCL From Montreal. Halifax. Hn Jit John. NB Tn niirlnrfoo. Ti undid, D. m*rsra. BO. FLA VOW I'.r Mellow imoothness sad distinctive fUvonr Tlierr i no rum Ih it e*HN paren tilth s & s ST1ARI I SAMPSON LTD. Hradiiuarlerw tr He*t Rum NOTICE I Tenders are mviti-il f,., the exclusive right to sell liquors, lunches and teas at Kensington Oval during the Barbados Trinidad Tour (approximately from February 13th to 27lh). Tenders are required to submit price lists for drinks and lunches aa well as proposed menus of the lunches Should prices for ih Association differ from those for 'he general public these rtiurtl alio be submitted. 2. Tenders Bre also Invited for the transportation of the Trinidad players from the Hotel to the Oval and back during the Tournament 3. Tenders must reach thr Honorary Secretary at C. f\ Harrison's Office noi later lhan 4 pm on Monday. January 22nd. 4 The Association does nol bind itself to accept ihe lowest or any Tender. HARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. INC.. W T HOVOS, Honorary Secretary 7 1 M fin Ollll VI Al GOODS: From INDIA. CHINA KGYPT* Silk, Curios, BrYanasrWarc Jewels, Linens, Ivory Teakwoort, Sandal French Perfume*. Bar bad as Scarves in Pure Silk, Etc.. Bte Tb* Soorealr .e.-.rl.r. IIIWI Pr Wm. B#>rr Bv 1.1a.



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Mew ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. l.'i! %  U.N. TROOPS 20 MILES FROM SEOUL Survivor Tells Of Flight From Volcano PORT MORESBY, New Guine, Jan 22 TERRIFIED NATIVES were fleeing to night from belching lava and clouds of gas-charged Czechs Accuse L.S. Of Air Violations HO.\KV ii\n\ PRAOU1 The Cw .. l.u.,k >. i v ntlonalb ashes which have claimed 22 lives since Mount Lam ington volcano erupted five days ago with an ex plosion "like an atom bomb." O.Mi f Uu' % %  r I Km < ; 14 m.i l haro Fran t lie* uu*, MIM Five Dead In Avalanches BERNE. Jan 22 the i.rst Swiss aims mIU1 vex through to liic halfburned village of Vals. near St. Morn*, today radioed that avalMiches hud killed five iicope there outright .nd ,4 were idesing. while I] wire Burial Service lie C Ryd e eacjpe A* Ann %  nlraculcuB* 1 • heard the mountitlii ei • '• loukol up to see a vast tttoVJ I r burning imOKc spilling UCWP ihe mountain side. Transfixed by light she watched the clouds roli towardr her. Then it* slowed and .-lopped—held b) "ie red a ertran Embassy henII. Note said ihere could be .1 that the alleged v The W U |0j lha' Am.'ii.iit: mlllti r wind. She turned and rushed others to a motor lorry in they drove to Higaturu 1 10 miles distant. Rrutcr. i„, violated Cy-evhosl.iil II •)'. times between 1 ISM and January I The itote asked foi investigation.-! i r1 tion nf such vtotaltoni Otherwise the Qaaohoslovafc %  utbortUM Wl 1 1 r "compelled in take their ures." il said %  %  confirmed by v lUl 1 • 111 %  U| VIENNA. January 22 A fresh avalanche broke up .1 hasty burial service over a snow victim in Styria. southern Austria. Danior Schoeffauer n hunter had been buried alive in a fall Police with St Bernard dogs dun him out alive after three hours. Hut he died a (ew minutes later The rescue leader was praying over the body when another avalanche swept down. The body was torn away and buried again Rescuers escaped unhurt —Reuter Canada Wants More Steel OTTAWA, Jan 22 Canada nas made another bid to obtain Increased shipments o( steel from the United Slates needed for .reight car and lake shipping VCA-CI construction progt amines. The request was made by Kenneth Harm;, steel administrator, while conferrinft with US 11 "ashmgton. A decision is ntptctod within a fortnight Thi Un %  Sia.es already has made a spot allocation of 32.000 tons ol steel for Canada's freight ear programme tor the MarchJune period Thr new bid is to continue shipments in laier months to help Canada at leva a target of 11.000 new freight B rs in 19S1 A small allotment hu. a'so been made foi the construed~.n of such vessels as carriers and tankers. The new -"quest is for steel to river other lake shipping building programmes as well — tC.F.) Spain, Pakistan Sign Trade Pact MADRID. Jan 22 Spain and 1'nkistan signed hem t.-day tl.elr first Trade Agreement j Pakistan will send Spain cotton.' %  ti 1 ill .ind hides in return, for Spanish textiles, machinery; nd encmicaj product*. Tit I % % %  1 it :. valid fir 0IM 1 -sr. s 1 n rhinas, ahofgnna, cork' ..nd saffron av* among minor Item*) dud"' In UU agreement ,1 %  < nm-h 1 xpor's to Pakistan. An <-"W|a! announcement said •hflrl !>"" %  riMintried would grant tradl ig f.n ilitie*, gjvlnfl 11 no" favoured" nation ireatnvit The T ntj --'.I %  %  nine by Span ;.h Fen-ign Minister Alberto Martin .V |o and. the Pakist. High Commissioner in London. Habih Abraham Rahimloola Reuter I the At 't 11 P r o w" arti po:tc D Amei.i ml %  beet f"in 1 %  • In Holl bi :%  1 .M 11111 li On irsnsmlttei 1 dropped by putchutc from an l aircraft Pour mofsj iranem ttor* found >>!> Austri n barritosy m Austria Czechoslovak frontier distnci. bad bean ec1 no (opulnr reaction to next April'* nidget which will have to find money for a three-year rcarma; inent programme expected to coat I t least £4.500.000,000 Some Conj %  ivative rnnkers would like to eia coalition but they have had 10 encouragement from Prime. 'mister Altlee or from Winston Churchill, their own leader. —Renter MALIK "IS MUCH BETTER" NEW YORK. Jan. 22 Jakob A. Malik of Russia is "much better" after the recurrence of an old heart ailment, a Soviet spokesman said here to-day He added that Malik should soon be able to resume his duties at the United Nations where he is permanent Soviet delegate He has been absent for the past four days —Reater MTV HAT ^4 U.N. Committee Adjourns LAKE SUCCESS. Jan. 22. The United Nation Political Committee voted a 411 hour id K.urnnieiit to-night after debating the new Chinese Communist torma for a settlement of the Korea. 1 and other Far East issues Communist China offered to advise her "volunteer-." to with •,i Korea if the principle 'hat all foreign troops should leave was being put Into praitnc She also said a cease-lire might be agreed at the first ma*tln| "' 'n ..• nation eonlarafioi o' China. Ris'ia. Ihe UnltM Bl il Britain, France. Inili-i and KIVP* proposed by Peking Reuter Boy Lost From Burning Ship THE HAGUE. Jan 22 To.IMS1 ion A in %  1 Ie a n Mamaf Washington M %  aarb today tram the I 28.t-f.on Swedish motor vessel Rle i.b.nuioned and burning •r, the North Sea The captain of the Uashlmtan rcpootini this b> radio I messboy had been lost and that II engineer apprentice was In Ital aboard his ship with a-vere bums. All others were Reuter .111 i ii Named Chief <>f Armed Forces PARIS. Jan 22 General Alphonse Juin, Cominaildar-ln-ChUt of the French foi ei In North Africa will be appointed *o head all French grcuitd air and na\iT force* in the very near future, a spokesman of the French Premiers office said today Juin who i> also Roatdent C.enMovocco is 02. lb' official title will be Inspe-ral Armed ForceH will also be Chairman of the Committee of the Chiefs of Staff of the BrviC" I ranchItm'er A MOT in: R wfiopM* aUMrrfl aan Bro->|i u .ov* rennng au eight month old Wnnip.ii>Me to and ant how fsr its menu.* aiid physical progrein t>e carried und**r irteal nararrv eonditlons Mr-. Doris Cnlsliaw. a midwife who did hrr training at Queen Charlotte's Ho-pitil. Lnndon. b#gsii th? egp-nm'iit five weeks ago ft | bar borne in Bonthport The result is that by Pete, who was brongbt frmn Nigeria by a sailor, Imaking NsuikiMi progres*. at any rate. ah} '' I'v U u dressed in woolly pajiU ani* cardigans, wears nappies *nd leeps uulrr blanketPacific Storms Make Canada Cold TORONTO. Jan 22, Albert;i Lows is the term the weather men used to-day Leacribe the cold sltiverg rtit'ii^rin ttcroaa Canada. Out 1 ippled to the Atlantic Ocean during the week-end phinfilru the mercury down as it came along the U.S. bonier :trd In general playing hob with weather foi (-easts across southern Canada. Alberta Lows are eatW I I % %  in die -torms getting lost in the k\ mountains They filter through to Alberta and w aressfl "it .1. m Band Itatoab ol aranh and cold air eastw>u I. Vartatlooa are ronflnad t > aouu> • %  in Canada. Lab 1 All 1 1 originated in the Saturda ra ihat hit QUIH-II Charlo b Whde 11 cauaad utUa lmptra.ura enaejia in BriUah Columl ia winch coaturuaa la uppai 1 tnie over Alberta the d 1st urban crvraad cold Praine province* 1 Ivarad undaa • %  m| aratun i' 1 1 %  ,. nd 1 >,H .1 10 ,hei fell from M i<,.1 j vcrnight To-day in ihe wake of low tam aratuna Ontar.o is du. to reach a high of 25 but Quebec and Maritime' felling tuies will continue for % %  •\.-,. days. From Ontario West, the mereury will rise until Alborta dumps her loeond low latvi Ihfa oak —Can. Prea*. o\ THI: • SPOT LONDON BriUah bookmakers are ti, l>et I.OOO-to-1 I Third World War in I9M. That was the odds they the Ilntish llookn km Proteotlon Avocii. lion annual dinner at a London hotel "And 500-to-1 against such a calamity in 1952." commented Sid Hnles. a vet...ki 11 it boostrnakat oilers such odds," • MKI. "I -you can take it it won't happen —I N 8. SINCE FRIDAY LAST WEEK this dead rat ha. ben lying tmln! in the heart of the City Yesterday he was still there lying la LOWER BROAD STREET la the aftarnooa Win be be Urn* to-day MANLF.Y IN LONDON LONDON M Nonaan Manley. K-C I the People's Nation:.' Party. Jamaica, was busy today gal arrangemri ts about ouncil ease dealing with j patent rights in which he will [ appeal m I-oruh. %  •, hla tw children. Ha v,, :o Iltiy about 1 month Russia Witt Get Replies Tomorrow LONDON, Jan. 22. finUnited States. France and Britain will reply tomorrow to Soviet proposals for four power talks on Geirnain and othei qucsUoni it 1 n % % %  formed qu 1 %  ri pjli v\:ii idi M 1 ow, They 1 la L0 piopose a ptelin: of deputies to agree on the agenda at eiihei %  %  n Ion 11 Paris, to KrOUowed ba a loplevel meeting probabl] Il New York. inaRpectad to ask Russia to make clear • %  i prepared to disan those of and Austria The propoaal was for a anca atrictly on %  '.in of Ihe demilitnnsnRealer Empire ^'iris GRENADA, Jan 22 i [red eeleny d 83 nuu when the .1.. %  %  ii Tennis I %  1 Critchlov. C 2 A 2 Hughes l>eat Cntchlow —2, •—' Eisenhower Holds Three Power Meet FRANKFUHT. Jan Qi ui.d Eta rihi %  1 r ariM uftarHu m n tneetlng 1 u* Allied HUh Ii inn 1 1 ru ra I'nalteim un loi .m n> mal talk :he united Btates 1 :l ith ( ofiiTin v].i;i .(n;,nMiimi ihe Uaan Coswnlaton had an%  uiui.; earlier thai the formal naetlni planned lo be held m Ihe ilea^lquurter* earlier tola) had bean e anci U> Blaenhowoi %  oofi Informal tall ... A 1. i nt* j statoi DtmlaakaMi ..'< %  1 Ann nci 10111111' TOKYO. 3 (JENERAL RIDGWAY, Couni amU-r of aaV9 B Army laid UMISV} thai i.ho Korean siiuati | "perfect gttttissg botttr all tdc iim-.'." A few minutes earlier he had landed at the Wonju airstrip recaptured after British ti-oops had paved the way by st aUerino, a reinforced Com muni-.t force. United Nations \ iirols also went into Inchon. Osan and Kumvangjannrii and "re safaiy". Mac Arthur's force s'ormed a hill near Wonju from which they were driven two days ago after a stubborn battle. . Kidgwaj list .. ai 1 hi m arranft ,1 tiunned f. 1 thi eve K ,,i btc . 'i ar*i bora un t<> a bioh oaore than i<> Aihe.i an.1 Oeri nave been invited. Tinpievious Ame 1 .tan an imim-ement said the Oenjg |] would attend the reception %  'lealtfi permit Una Che ..ii.; Adsmauai %  id other kadlna Waal Oerrnan includlni form 1 General are Ii 1 it* 1 Confirm Or Deny, U.S. Agked ( OI.OMBO, CaTVXpN. Jan 22 Hie Timea „f Ceylon today urged UM r s ,,. 1 c-iiy the "rapidly spreading >% %  in 1.... tat one.1 in Cevlo.i %  iblc nuiiiljers. Reulej corrcspoiidenl cabled '".ours appear lo have ""••it rrent th.. ;,. i,.i ihM i rfcn WOUld be used as a staging Ul0 iiiovenient of Amenrees. omcial American sources say: N< thing whatever is known hero aboU. such proposals BlOCa UM Koreai .,, l^gan ;i {•-.<, Anieri'' i'.e passed through but. otherwise there have been U % %  Hoi l of 11 for the reception of American , !" B — lentar. "SAMPLING" TALKS KINGSTON. Jamaica, Jan 22 1 Kesearch specialist* from Bug United Suites, the llnt%  bean and Puae( Rk ctalled a fortnignt's conference iy .. the problem* .f Sam111*. an important factoi in -K-ial. economic and stat.iical resea.-ch. I>r Frank TatOl td Karkl Rrt| land, world authority that the Party's leader. Dr. Kurt Schu i*her would be unable to attend %  n-nights recepiaii foi Kl %  '11 tan Ma*. %  %  was Alth indueuzii. He had leave the general meeting of Be Party council in Bonn raa terday and take to his i>*>m. Ifte I'okesmao added At thi aftarnoon'a informal 1. ikUmo Hlat Conui laClea Bti Ivona Klrpati k k iBrttatn) and Andre Francois .ii arera • ane> I I:IM Kisenhower a full account %  I the latea) ataaji In lha B an 1. got.aiiunv bsesseen AJ German experts on raisnm a Gei %  %  , %  pean Army The] arera also expected to K IV um a report on the urugraai In 1H 1. ii| lidk1 • \ %  Govern %  • %  %  ituta i> %  • %  % %  Ing in 1 "' Aiiie t mi in.is t.. iring w. 1 1.. IP) Into eloeei relationship with v 1 Earn fajiepa Mnv l>rmiiriNlrations r M n. 11 rnmrmini-t kH k*l dl| urged all worker:in Ital Pai I % %  '.il. Ml. '""' 'li' 1. hrOtrl of the Hole) Agfc 1 1.11 ^ Atlantic Ci mm ind B> uai u T during '. %  % % %  1 1 hewer's visit here on Wednesday Quartan close to the frenel Illtei 1 Mini-trv (on ifficliil IMIII on Uuilen. The CommunhM staaed one ... .... ...her 'iii month A Police -rik.man told Rrulrr "AH the organise!* havo not %  sked for social aulhorl at 1 1 1 .• will ermslder /hole thing illegal We h "n sie>lal nreraotmns ti %  —Reuter Trades Union Asks Ad 1111 Suffrage In It.G. QBORG evKi.-in. 1 ha nsUtutlon Con BriUah QuJana Pi 1 ouncil called tot unlveraal adult iffraga nodi n. 1 age o( 21 II,.-' lafcad foi 1 Sneaker aloctod l %  Ihe life of (he 1 be four roan abOUld have pOWOI lo Constitution on a Mill M niUva Counell houM consist nf nine m.-nil rb> the LogtalaUve Council lamI era who are to hold cabini rank must l"" i Foil ri'l ware fn %  | l MafftOCI.'" I I i, %  L. .1 [ie mill uffnige Thev said thai the live* la to I n mi the i i party as Prune Mlnlitei Bhoul i .it. return Ith i la a i il iiiNiorttv the I aarltr e %  head ol ihe Party with no fewer Than nine • The prime Minister • |i|Hiint a B pea h i rom arlthli thi II. If no Houa ..|..i. . i tree • • u* u >" % %  ) Hoi • % %  • VIII by be Governr. The < %  i. %  (10 Hi Represent I % %  The id %  nien. Il the lak %  / ut /tin Beats k.o/H'ztn 1st Hound BIRMINGHAM. Jan 21 Ih.ndnlph Tiirpin BriUah Midt (ii.it i ki, i kod nut Fduardo Lopi hi ham Hen "in the Btel row d "i Un Ii hen u %  ,a!it Lonai ha i : king the i Ictura fltm mi. .ni ha pad p i lance but Ironi uartei engagement it could lie wan thai he did noi n the body The British champioi i awkward %  neiiiK iii. %  %  %  orta.it i and load town on the main i %  w.i %  i •, Bueroti ..n ..ii.i the] had lo wiui %  lurtng the night when Chin%  renewed theli fierce Strong three ,,.. mto lha II i. on Be ui i i un ri fl in an u iu I %  I owiheaM Ki,. %  i..di H .iv iH'i'.' i at tiif an Buwon south of Seoul .,nd wa-. ba .< t patrol ii tivity last ting oi tho in %  ,ut re*i • %  %  rnove by Ihe 1 bar) did not Ind i ate the. %  th** norths* ,i advi %  e ., I i.t .,1 SlaUf i i i lamped Ug Hi ,i -.! %  HI, oi the Korean war hut lifts i it lat.i lo aay thai t'mted Nations' men oi unknown strength ... II I ". .... "arrow" which potnta through %  forward meet i i< ng S. gnne lull II nitit %  1 from laoul Thk Bl i %  here to %  %  ,1.1, vtl nglh The United troop also %  hi .1,1,1 ttr's forces nlso storm%  %  I against aui it bi In i hole through which the] %  an down the United NaUons* Upnl) ,iii,i eon tern I., the BOUtA The 8th Aim Commuiv -• and Kun An Rth Army Com lun rue >" night credlb I %  pinning di trot W BTI. Tincommunlq C mmunsah %  Wonju fa .innthei Reuter NOT PACIFIC PACT WASHINOTOM J u %  tha' TWO PRIESTS GAOLED FOR LIFE LONDON. Jan 22 Warsaw radio said to-da) that murdererl Cnmrr ll sentenced to life loni' ImnrisonI Crakow dlarH tary opurt SYDNEY Captain P. G Taylor Australia. I % % % %  I %  I U %  i Inhn Foetei • %  .1 ; [viall Dun-i Commandant Robs t' .policy Ad* '' The operation will i—Renter atloa foi ihe P. | j %  -..loss the Pacific" rolaUunihip n I I I.M MIMM Ml TIIF rssTWS mvr. tin DAY on NUillT



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1 PAfifl TWO HARil.uKlS ADVOOATK j gaJiiJb gatting SIR OKRA1 D ster>imp;tnied by tv WICII: II W I A • mornin*! Trinidad yesterday ire here for nne week'* and are guests at In.' m. %  aid is Depute rlnldad LegisUtivr i m.iC.D.C. Chairman Of W.I. Section B RIG E MOUNT. Chairman The West Indies section of ihe Co], ni.it Ik-vclnprmiit Corpor. ntion arrived hare yesterday by B.W I.A from Tnnid.id. Here (of J about lour days. Brig. Moi staying at the Ocean View Short Visit chlU M R. "TONY' LEWIS, has gone to the I short visit with his pan expects to return to Rai a few days. With Shell Caribbean M r. and Mrs Sherman Pesue and their two ehildr.and Roberta arrived lrom Vem luela via Trinidad yesterdat morning o> B.W.I A. Han two weeks, they nre guests at tht Marine Hotel. Mr. Pease is with the Shall Caribbean Petroleum Co. ir. Maracaibo. Back From Trinidad D R and Mrs Joseph Kerrmhv returned from their Tnnid.. %  holiday vr.strrd.i\ morning; i BWI.A. F.ii Rout? to Dominica M R GERALD MOOIIE BfrtVi from New York morning via Trinidad by B.W.I.... He is staying at Cacrnbank awaith ing plane accommodation t Dominica An Irishman, nr is an accountant by profession. Graduate Nurse M ISS IVY HART :. Canadiiii Graduate Nurse, ajfao i.~ 01 the utafT ol the Creole Petroleur Oil Company's hospital in Caripi to arrived from Trinidad y ester7 c Join Husband M RS DOR] : %  ,. %  . %  iii connect irith PA A f,* ttv U.S. She has an %  band in tin %  Holiday Over jyal: AND MRS ALTO DE LIMA ..' % %  iliday m I : midful i I I w I %  They asBra 1 day morning by 11 \v i A to ajsand "'*uela-Ortiz *r a short holiday here. She Is Ing at the Ocean View Hotel has already spent pail of bar bol idas In Trinidad At Seawall Tk-RS GRACE COLLENs ., ,. •Wl, ed from Trinidad yesterdiv. by BW.I.A. Her husband and family WIT t St v. i ii •,. Tin her. Thcv have Ix-en here week already Tbr. are guests at the Mi nine Hoirl Left Over The Week-end M R. and Mr.Alvin TUCkCT who had bean hoU4ayln| al their Baibados home West Weg. (dad jeweltei y and Limited, of which Mi < %  i roctoj Left on S.im< Plane M ISS GEMMA DE 0A1 Inl holldaylne in Bart) to Trini.i b3 ii % %  i A i loach, who riaufhtei Mr and Mi v| vin. on trie St J a 83 and Coint Strong to Trinidad over the week -end B W.I JL Trinidad Tennii Player M R THOK SCHJOLSETH who had been in Barbados sinn* January 10th on holiday, returned to Trinidad on Sundn\ afternoon by BW.I.A Thor has bean commi to Barbedoa for several years as a metre ber or the TranquUIi< Club. He Is a reprcaentative oi the Standard Life Assurance Co., In Port-of-S|>aln He was a guest at the OceaiView Hotel. Agricultural Adviger ]\>fH A. de K FRAMITON Ivl Agricultural Adviser to C l> and W. was among the passengers on B.W.I A. s early flight K. Trinidad on Sunday afternoon. coast, returned **"~*OMING to Bat Oi u pear-old iii.oi tha Count) I Igntj -tin un m iChn Chemical CM Birmingham !; %  i Wilfrid Kill Di II.; left England on January 13th b the Ojaoea kfatj in New York From than ha will A) %  lo King&too. Jamaica and then '• Buhadoi and r> I Apart from buatnoM PI Hill ba> ,. graai varietj and activities,' and IK %  ins praaanl of mind end body lo following %  naturocure rc-Kiiiii Ha is the auth) r of 1 book* ..ii.1 pamphlets, including TinCycling Road to Hi 1 "Fitness." latori". 'World Ti 16 1 the Common Cold'" and savei -\ othan T 0 Bermuda M l • Club, left i 1 Elerlric I Engineer M v. BRICK %  1 la Eng> <-i :. in* wife, M rived v cater.) ay from Trinidad %  l %  %  the Oce. HateL Busy Lady # M HAftUtS %  .! : %  h: Bri ra Hrimng 1. 1 itaote Anii gtnisai taken i>n active pan n: Ha 1 ida, to keep %  ;ilieles. I %  %  : ttU lit tl. Pro* UM 1.11 member of %  %  Hrl %  Vds Holidaying With Relatives M ai FUEL KN10HT, h<. I Adniir ... Laying witt t ii'fi rot 1 a anting r>\ B W i A gton On Week'* Visit M |{ DAVID EVANS and Mr %  .: % %  tor SI R i.Mgun In U.W.l.A The* will bi To Join rtound Trip Cruise M H J C KHF.INDI.KU left l> B U I A %  %  tn.lay mornCuracao, whara ha win join tha 1 %  lo Jamaica Left Fr.r Venezuela M B I M C ROBWSON, Aselsibtc and Wlrek N 1 Mi C I V I W< restarday rnorniin; In ft W.I A. (Of Vim I Woiniin ol ihr H '••rla Pakistan's 'Pwkpi hvnamn CRG e SWORD 1 r^ 1 jr 1 1 1 B 1 II BY THE WAY • e e By Beachcombei T IE chimpanzee which ran amok In a bus the other day seems to have provided n timHv comment on my campaign toi courtesy to Qnlmals in buses. My paper says thut "ha had been taught table manner* by a West African settler." Thf lesaoiiapparently did not get as far a explaining that food may be bitten, but not people However, there wa an excuse fur the bad behaviour of the beast. "He hn.i been suffering from a cold." I •uspect that further provocatiotwaa given by some sui ly pa who omitted to give up hi' sea: to the chimpansee. A Worn* About Wini' 1 SEE that Sir Alan Herbert has been imploring the Ataftra Hans to itl their wines stand on their own feet, as it *ran ll Canberra is a good red wine, call It Canberra, and not Australian daret or. werse, Australian Margatix. If the sparkling port Ihej bre making at I>oncasi.i nun: to be as good as the sweet Napoleon brandy made at Islington. let It be cut off compleu-.y from Portugal, and called "D. ncaster." Once again I have read about a meal being "washed down frith a noble Burgundy." ai. thongi* the belly were a muddy garage door, and wine but coma water. What an abominabW phrase Hunler at Muckhurnt /Mi JYfALPRACTTiCE sprang to the la\ door and examined the outside handle. "Teeth-marks," he said laconically. "Somc'un BUI 1 bit the door-'andle laid lliwket "Someone." M id' Mulpracticgravely, "must have opened this c our with his mouth. llm "P'raps along of II being locked.' Bucket M ignored this preposta IIHIll At lll.Lt 111 TllCIlt U came In with tlvr key "Air nngan prtnta on u?" aaki .-..' %  N nueer marks. T'ethiiiink." Isalnract He was iroMarlnj out rnaklruj %  fo< I ell uUI ask l-id> 1 have an I'M laken. 11 vrstli hei -n nth i'i orde lo le..\ no tingei %  print likely. Uu.-i k %  [iiMti,. tat down. A slight sound draw nU atlantlo 1 to ttk cotting. A rat paapad hi stily withdrew Sii Lady Olgfldeeworth a*m lelUng the iriith It was m t h Iwrse she had triad > .1 rot t %  "ti Wltlioul linltatmn, mi 1 d %  o p ii u t "r ui %  1 %  1 iima 1 1 ,. %  U1MO. I"i %  %  1 %  -. Pvvert a liuidr thr wood R U |^ r*ihcr more do!y jnd IK on rilling, bin whoui ban reply. Fefling morr and %  nd h* f*t' i.tht dueag nid in th* open (ounit, brh (null. h.nt hniirf o: G iftet (ir<. Hu-rfinf torsftnL h iti ia| mc." n.. ir roa awa Bouli K i> ihn %  af?" "And ulw br ul*?" *h GJH. "I've -.1 Itl M SSfiVa aBBM you I ol Vjinm Green'w*i." % % %  Poddy'. Unl* couiin." 'i Rupert anaiotitlv. Ihsn he -. >n iriej. To be cleared IMMEDIATEi.V! 9 lovely shades of 36" STRIPED TAFFETA DOr (nines lo London in IN Salin 30 Servants—Bui She Still Does The Flowers H> i: Hj % %  1 NM There Is MM Itl. lOin. ,.l Iha ,„.,.„„ „f thh m • ''"'• ko m n> "' iiiimo she vlll probably no down tn lh M. 1 iqu.it All t'lt lurecst \h.ir. arlfa '.f tin. Premlt Retwl in her flame red latin K.itar.i HtrMtd skirl) and kurta tlunui. | ... .ih •s of mlr%  ..'.> etaii In hei hotel Igarette and slpplns IcC TI I -l>^ I IM VIS\ ---';GLOBE H>I>\ H MOIMtUW \M. HIIII-HW \ M-O-M'S Top Itaahlr Mtam B$Umm We \ Ilebrrah KFRK Seerei K U be,-i JAtLOK La ml %  nd never h;i\i 1 woman talk to HV r Scarlet Tors Fiirts. IdMH, cotni ,. r]l mm her tiny, brtghtlj 'us lik.sin1 parfaetl] 1 ..irlet UM •ig batween tha mull %  1 '"'' ii" 1 erf* lands mat.ing an '"-e as she talks. BEGUM UAQUAT AU KHAN I would work 46' hows a day if I could" Advanced' lo cook, clean and look after hei .. children," she announces Ant %  quarter t ;. cemur> adds smiling. "Unlike myself." rathar "advanced" %  tu |ii.> hockey and ride st *e believes boys should be 1 blcyclr. but at 17 the Begum handy in the house, too. "My 0*1 1 1 rfcan mlBBlonary l *" can sweep and du^t and hnv^ l.ucknow and did both I een taught to look afti Itudent, -he was the -'elves." she adds arome an MA of %  1 I don't in Karachi she I 1 degree. Irene %  '. %  I Al .. hot merely the wife of *m '" Calcutta wmk her diploma with a then went -o l>lhi Knaland. to ih. I She is a pattonattti lo %  %  —D -ight. %  Woman Of learning nlluenrc !.>'."> 30 and 40 servant' know exactly how She nns never worn the Si %  v. l-ii :: i 1 Almorah. in the United I*rovin>v U Imr l';uil. daughter uf Ctn : %  ata, iimi she went to English ehool, the Watlesli 31rV High School. In 1 . I'i 1 i< IMI ion nr* (irum WHAT would you like to bo 15 I %  %  1 J lioy 'I has tie,.,! asked this Question, la youi reply, \ don't id know yet %  oi -,„,.tiling rnOM dtflnita' Whatever || is. all in this l. have some fun. if v,,,, '. %  glva yoursaU one B art, it it is tbi you get three. 18 At 1 What with one thing and 1 the*. Iha Begin.-, has the barest minimum of leisure when she Is In m.. lint she spares time to .lie Sowars, like any suburban house*lie. "And if there u moment," she says. "I run and I BS play a littletune on my llawal ;.uit;.i Of 0 %  injiio-accordion jazz. Mozart or the old Kngh ih 'i HI prefer (at L omposeis are my favourite*. Aid up me iinai score and see %  %  TI it fails Then proiIda • %  '! .>: 1 0U who appear I of your ainhition uiii not you 1 ajltt for your C hosen career. But ra mam bar, you siuai ba honest with yourself Do you anjoj outoN all weathers'(a) Ve . 2. Do you like % %  aing tha coua Uyside (a) bv ear; 1I.1 ,> 3(i rharades; (b) a treasure hunt? 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Publication Date: Tuesday, January 23, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. l.'i!

U.N. TROOPS 20 MILES FROM SEOUL
Survivor Tells Of
Flight From Volcano
PORT MORESBY, New Guine, Jan 22
TERRIFIED NATIVES were fleeing to night
from belching lava and clouds of gas-charged
Czechs Accuse
L.S. Of Air
Violations
ho.\kv ii\n\
PRAOU1
The Cw .. l.u.,k >.
i v ntlonalb
ashes which have claimed 22 lives since Mount Lam
ington volcano erupted five days ago with an ex
plosion "like an atom bomb."
O.M- i f Uu' r I Km < ;
14 m.i l haro Fran t lie*
uu*, Mim
'
Five Dead In
Avalanches
BERNE. Jan 22
the i.rst Swiss aims mIU1
vex through to liic half-
burned village of Vals. near St.
Morn*, today radioed that aval-
Miches hud killed five iicope there
outright .nd ,4 were idesing.
while I] wire Vals. one of the prettiest .tllugc*
of Orisons Oberland ond a neur
i.righboui in the milli maircs'
playground at St. Moritz. hid been
cut off from the outside wirld for
BW I. 48 hour*.
Five houses, four of tl.om u I
habited, were overwhelmed by tin*
avalanche which also carried away
30 cow-shed*, housing famoti-
Orisons rattle.
Relief supplies warm clolhes
and ManJMta were heing rushed (0
the village by skiler* organised
into emergency relav teams.
Prfvincial casualty BgUVN
compilcd in official circles liei
tod.iv show 56 killed. 20 mlsidi .
and ?n -erlouslv in)ured in the
three-day avalanche disasters,
which have hit 19 different locali-J
ties bl Switzerland Beater
Avalanche Breaks
> Burial Service
. lie C
Ryd e
eacjpe
A*
Ann
nlraculcuB*1.
heard the mountitlii ei
' loukol up to see a vast
tttoVJ i r burning imOKc spilling
ucwp ihe mountain side. Trans-
fixed by light she watched the
clouds roli towardr her. Then it*
slowed and .-loppedheld b) "ie
. red a
ertran Embassy hen- II. Note
said ihere could be .1
that the alleged v
The W U |0j lha'
' Am.'ii.iit: mlllti r
wind.
She turned and rushed
others to a motor lorry in
they drove to Higaturu 1
10 miles distant.
Rrutcr.
i, violated Cy-evhosl.i- il
ii )'. times between 1
ISM and January I
The itote asked foi
investigation.-! .....i r- 1
tion nf such vtotaltoni Other-
wise the Qaaohoslovafc utbortUM
Wl 11 r "compelled in take their
ures." il said
confirmed by
v lUl
1 111
U|
VIENNA. January 22
A fresh avalanche broke up .1
hasty burial service over a snow
victim in Styria. southern Austria.
Danior Schoeffauer n hunter
had been buried alive in a fall
Police with St Bernard dogs dun
him out alive after three hours.
Hut he died a (ew minutes later
The rescue leader was praying
over the body when another aval-
anche swept down. The body was
torn away and buried again
Rescuers escaped unhurt
Reuter
Canada Wants
More Steel
OTTAWA, Jan 22
Canada nas made another bid
to obtain Increased shipments o(
steel from the United Slates
needed for .reight car and lake
shipping vca-cI construction pro-
gt amines. The request was made
by Kenneth Harm;, steel adminis-
trator, while conferrinft with US
11 "ashmgton. A de-
cision is ntptctod within a fort-
night
Thi Un Sia.es already has
made a spot allocation of 32.000
tons ol steel for Canada's freight
ear programme tor the March-
June period
Thr new bid is to continue ship-
ments in laier months to help
Canada at leva a target of 11.000
new freight B rs in 19S1 A small
allotment hu. a'so been made foi
the construed~.n of such vessels as
carriers and tankers.
The new -"quest is for steel to
river other lake shipping build-
ing programmes as well tC.F.)
Spain, Pakistan
Sign Trade Pact
MADRID. Jan 22
Spain and 1'nkistan signed hem
t.-day tl.elr first Trade Agreement j
Pakistan will send Spain cotton.'
ti 1 ill .ind hides in return,
for Spanish textiles, machinery;
nd encmicaj product*.
Tit I " 1 it :. valid fir 0IM
1 -sr.
s 1 n rhinas, ahofgnna, cork'
..nd saffron av* among minor Item*)
dud"' In UU agreement ,1
< nm-h 1 xpor's to Pakistan.
An <-"W|a! announcement said
hflrl !>"" riMintried would grant
tradl ig f.n ilitie*, gjvlnfl
. 11 no" favoured" nation
ireatnvit
The T ntj --'.I nine by Span
;.h Fen-ign Minister Alberto Mar-
tin .V |o and. the Pakist. High
Commissioner in London. Habih
Abraham Rahimloola Reuter
I the At 't 11 Prow" arti
po:tc D Amei.i
ml * beet f"in 1
In Holl bi :- 1 .M 11111 li
On irsnsmlttei
1 dropped by putchutc from an
l aircraft
Pour mofsj iranem ttor* found
>>!> Austri n barritosy m Austria
Czechoslovak frontier distnci.
bad bean Inside Austria and
intended for aubvcralvc afcunanta
n- r,,.,ii<-,irvakin the
Reuter
Greece Supports
U.S. Policy On
Korea
ATHENS. Jan 22
Greece's Prime Minister. Sopho-
cles Venizelos said to-day that
Creek idea- on Korea were fully
n rdanca "in. the line of con-
duct proposed by the United
States.
"Greece, which was first among
the democratic countries to suffer
the barbarous aggression of Com-
munism in the indirect form only
ranges herself with all her heart
hind a policy aimed M Bttill
tatnlng the principles and prestige
of the United Nations organisation
as well as the effective strength-
eniriK nf Ihe independence of free
people".
Reater.
Parliament
Reassembles
To-day
Ridgway Says Korean
Situation "Getting Better
99
lit. m:\mi: VYIGIITON)
LONDON, Jan. 22
Parliament reassembles here to-
PBOrrva amid tension of the Far
Fast crisis. It is scheduled to dis- ;
cuss domestic issues for its firs' j
week but members of all parties
will hreak through with questions |
about the international ItuatlOrL
Britain's rearmament plans and
the Government training call-up
plan likely to involve about
100.000 men who fought in the
last war. Recent public opinion
polls announced to-day suggest
that if there were elections tomor-
I row the Conservative Opposition
'would win.
j The Government can exi>ec1 no
(opulnr reaction to next April'*
nidget which will have to find
money for a three-year rcarma- ;
inent programme expected to coat I
t least 4.500.000,000 Some Con- j
ivative rnnkers would like to
ei- a coalition but they have had
10 encouragement from Prime.
'mister Altlee or from Winston
Churchill, their own leader.
Renter
MALIK "IS MUCH
BETTER"
NEW YORK. Jan. 22
Jakob A. Malik of Russia is
"much better" after the recurrence
of an old heart ailment, a Soviet
spokesman said here to-day
He added that Malik should soon
be able to resume his duties at the
United Nations where he is perma-
nent Soviet delegate He has been
absent for the past four days
Reater
MTV HAT
^4
U.N. Committee
Adjourns
LAKE SUCCESS. Jan. 22.
The United Nation Political
Committee voted a 411 hour id
K.urnnieiit to-night after debating
the new Chinese Communist torma
for a settlement of the Korea.1
and other Far East issues
Communist China offered to
advise her "volunteer-." to with
,i Korea if the principle
'hat all foreign troops should leave
was being put Into praitnc
She also said a cease-lire might
be agreed at the first ma*tln| "'
'n .. nation eonlarafioi o'
China. Ris'ia. Ihe UnltM Bl il
Britain, France. Inili-i and Kivp*
proposed by Peking Reuter
Boy Lost From
Burning Ship
THE HAGUE. Jan 22
To.- IMS1 ion A in 1 Ie a n
Mamaf Washington M
aarb today tram
the I 28.t-f.on Swedish motor
vessel Rle i.b.nuioned and burning
r, the North Sea
The captain of the Uashlmtan
rcpootini this b> radio
I messboy had been lost and that
II engineer apprentice was In
Ital aboard his ship with
a-vere bums. All others were
Reuter
.111 i ii Named Chief
<>f Armed Forces
PARIS. Jan 22
General Alphonse Juin, Com-
inaildar-ln-ChUt of the French
foi ei In North Africa will be ap-
pointed *o head all French grcuitd
air and na\iT force* in the very
near future, a spokesman of the
French Premiers office said to-
day
Juin who i> also Roatdent C.en-
Movocco is 02.
lb' official title will be Inspe--
ral Armed Force- H
will also be Chairman of the Com-
mittee of the Chiefs of Staff of the
BrviC" I ranch- Itm'er
A MOT in: R wfiopM* aUMrrfl aan Bro-- >|i u .ov* rennng au eight
month old Wnnip.ii>Me to and ant how fsr its menu.* aiid physical
progre- in t>e carried und**r irteal nararrv eonditlons
Mr-. Doris Cnlsliaw. a midwife who did hrr training at Queen Char-
lotte's Ho-pitil. Lnndon. b#gsii th? egp-nm'iit five weeks ago ft| bar
borne in Bonthport The result is that by Pete, who was brongbt
frmn Nigeria by a sailor, I- making NsuikiMi progres*. at any rate.
ah} '' I'v U u dressed in woolly pajiU ani* cardigans, wears nappies
*nd leeps uulrr blanket-
Pacific Storms Make
Canada Cold
TORONTO. Jan 22,
Albert;i Lows is the term the weather men used to-day
Leacribe the cold sltiverg rtit'ii^rin ttcroaa Canada. Out
1 ippled to the Atlantic Ocean during the week-end phinfilru
the mercury down as it came along the U.S. bonier :trd In
general playing hob with weather foi (-easts across southern
Canada.
Alberta Lows are eatW I I .
! in die -torms getting lost in the
k\ mountains They filter
through to Alberta and w aressfl
"it .1. m Band Itatoab
ol aranh and cold air eastw>u I.
Vartatlooa are ronflnad t > aouu>
in Canada. Lab 1 All 1 1
originated in the Saturda ra
ihat hit quih-ii Charlo b
Whde 11 cauaad utUa lmptra.ura
enaejia in BriUah Columl ia
winch coaturuaa la uppai 1
tnie over Alberta the d 1st urban c-
rvraad cold Praine province*
1 Ivarad undaa m| aratun
i' 1 1 ,. nd 1 >,H .110 ,hei
fell from M i<- ,.1
j vcrnight To-day in ihe wake of
low tam aratuna Ontar.o is du.
to reach a high of 25 but Quebec
and Maritime' felling
tuies will continue for \.-,.
days. From Ontario West, the
mereury will rise until Alborta
dumps her loeond low latvi Ihfa
oak Can. Prea*.
o\ thi:
SPOT
LONDON
BriUah bookmakers are
ti, l>et I.OOO-to-1
' I Third World
War in I9M.
That was the odds they
the Ilntish llook-
n km Proteotlon Avocii.
lion annual dinner at a Lon-
don hotel
"And 500-to-1 against
such a calamity in 1952."
commented Sid Hnles. a vet-
...ki 11 it
boostrnakat oilers such odds,"
mki."I -you can take it
it won't happen "
I N 8.
SINCE FRIDAY LAST WEEK this dead rat ha. ben lying tmln!
in the heart of the City
Yesterday he was still there lying la LOWER BROAD STREET
la the aftarnooa Win be be Urn* to-day
MANLF.Y IN LONDON
LONDON
M Nonaan Manley. K-C
I the People's Nation:.'
! Party. Jamaica, was busy today
. gal arrangemri ts about
' ouncil ease dealing with
j patent rights in which he will
[ appeal
m I-oruh.
, hla tw
! children.
Ha v,, :o Iltiy about
1 month
Russia Witt Get
Replies Tomorrow
LONDON, Jan. 22.
fin- United States. France and
Britain will reply tomorrow to
Soviet proposals for four power
talks on Geirnain and othei qucs-
Uoni it 1 .......n -
formed qu 1 ri pjli
v\:ii i- di M 1 ow, They
1 la L0 piopose a ptelin:
of deputies to
agree on the agenda at eiihei
n Ion 11 Paris, to K- rOUowed
ba a loplevel meeting probabl] Il
New York.
in- aRpectad
to ask Russia to make clear
i prepared to dis-
an those of
and Austria The
propoaal was for a
anca atrictly on
'.in of Ihe demilitnnsn-
Realer
Empire ^'iris
GRENADA, Jan 22
i [red eeleny
d 83 nuu
when the .1..
.

ii Tennis
I
1 Critchlov. C 2 A 2
Hughes l>eat Cntchlow 2, '
Eisenhower
Holds Three
Power Meet
FRANKFUHT. Jan
Qi ui.d Eta rihi 1 r ariM
uftarHu m n tneetlng
1 u* Allied HUh Ii inn
1 1 ru ra I'n- alteim un loi .m n> '
mal talk :he united Btates1
:l ith ( ofiiTin v].i;i .(n;,nMiimi
ihe Uaan Coswnlaton had an-
uiui.; earlier thai the formal
naetlni planned lo be held m Ihe
ilea^lquurter* earlier to-
la) had bean eanci U>
Blaenhowoi
oofi Informal tall
...
A 1. i nt* j statoi
DtmlaakaMi
..'< 1 Ann nci........10111111'
TOKYO. 3
(JENERAL RIDGWAY, Couni amU-r of aaV9 B
Army laid UmIsV} thai i.ho Korean siiuati |
"perfect gttttissg botttr all tdc iim-.'."
A few minutes earlier he had landed at the
Wonju airstrip recaptured after British ti-oops
had paved the way by st aUerino, a reinforced Com
muni-.t force. United Nations \ iirols also went into
Inchon. Osan and Kumvangjannrii and "re
safaiy".
Mac Arthur's force s'ormed a hill near Wonju
from which they were driven two days ago after
a stubborn battle.
. Kidgwaj
list
.. ai
1 hi
m arranft ,1
tiunned f. 1 thi eve.....K ,,i btc
. .
'i ar*i bora un t<> a bioh oaore
than i<> Aihe.i an.1 Oeri
nave been invited.
Tin- pievious Ame 1 .tan an
imim-ement said the Oenjg |]
would attend the reception 'lealtfi
permit Una '
Che ..ii.; Adsmauai id other
kadlna Waal Oerrnan includlni
form 1 General are Ii 1 it* 1
Confirm Or Deny,
U.S. Agked
( OI.OMBO, CaTVXpN. Jan 22
Hie Timea f Ceylon today
urged Um r s ,,. 1 .
c-iiy the "rapidly spreading
>- in 1....
' tat one.1 in Cevlo.i
iblc nuiiiljers.
Reulej corrcspoiidenl cabled
'".ours appear lo have
""it rrent th.. ;,. i,.i ihM
i rfcn WOUld be used as a staging
Ul0 iiiovenient of Amen-
rees.
omcial American sources say:
N< thing whatever is known hero
aboU. such proposals BlOCa Um
Koreai .,, l^gan ;i {-.<, Anieri-
'' i'.e passed through
but. otherwise there have been
U Hoi l of 11
for the reception of American
, ,,B _______________ lentar.
"SAMPLING" TALKS
Kingston. Jamaica, Jan 22
1 Kesearch specialist* from Bug
United Suites, the llnt-
bean and Puae( Rk
ctalled a fortnignt's conference
iy .. the problem* .f Sam-
111*. an important factoi in
-K-ial. economic and sta-
t.iical resea.-ch.
I>r Frank TatOl td Karkl Rrt|
land, world authority ' Iks, 1- leading the
JAMAICAN STRIKE
CALLED OFF
KINGSTON, Jamaica. Jan 21.
Thi uan tie nurinj effort* of
h( Anglican Roman Catholic and
e-. the Trades
1
the eight weeks' itrike at Worthy
Park Bt{ [he manu-
1 morrow
An oRreemenl
e which
right, /or the wurker.. -
.. the cause of the strike
Ruslamante who la flab
tr iiegotiatioii. today an-
1 -uncert that he will res.st to the
I'tmoat lak.ru poll. ,,f individual
i that individual ea-
bargammg on behalf
id the workers must be with the
ugai industry Bg a single unit
There arc ?4 e-tates with ap
tatty 50,000 workers.
(CP.)
t'iuhting SirriiKih
Al liis meeting aritn Minor Slat.
Odlcera this mom ma, 1
heard -i.-Lnievi reooal on On
!,gluing strength of the .'mkiu..
Army. An POT
uarmany,
It was understood thai one <
lha reportl was about the Amen
11 Vi in.s uraeni rwed
empiric le-eguipment. notably
take, artillery and vchti 1 1
thin screen of Ameucnn a 1 .
Germany Is almost antlreb
r<|uipped with weapons and vein
e!es of the Second World War
'inks uie ,1 critical item
A Social Datnocrallc Party
ipoke'.iiian said to-da> that the
Party's leader. Dr. Kurt Schu
i*her would be unable to attend
n-nights recepiaii foi Kl
.'11 tan Ma*. . was
Alth indueuzii. He had
leave the general meeting of
Be Party council in Bonn raa
terday and take to his i>*>m. Ifte
I'okesmao added
At thi aftarnoon'a informal
1. ik- Umo Hlat Conui
laClea Bti Ivona Klrpati k k
iBrttatn) and Andre Francois
.ii arera ane> I
i:im Kisenhower a full account
I the latea) ataaji In lha B an
1. got.aiiunv bsesseen AJ
German experts on raisnm a Gei
.
pean Army
The] arera also expected to KIV*
um a report on the urugraai In
1H 1. ii| lidk- 1
\ Govern

ituta i> Ing in1"'
Aiiie t mi in.is t.. iring w. 1 1..
IP) Into eloeei relationship with
v 1 Earn fajiepa
Mnv l>rmiiriNlrations
r m n. 11 rnmrmini-t kH k*l '
dl| urged all worker:- in Ital Pai
I '.il. Ml. '""' 'li'
1. hrOtrl of the Hole) Agfc 1......
. 1.11 ^ Atlantic Ci mm ind B>
uai u t during '. ' 1 1
hewer's visit here on Wednesday
Quartan close to the frenel
Illtei 1 Mini-trv (on
ifficliil Imiii on Uu- ilen.
The CommunhM staaed one
... ....
...her 'iii month
A Police -rik.man told Rrulrr
"Ah the organise!* havo not
sked for social aulhorl at
1......1 1 . will ermslder
/hole thing illegal We h
"n sie>lal nreraotmns ti
'
Reuter
Trades Union
Asks Ad 1111
Suffrage
In It.G.
QBORG .....
evKi.-in. 1 ha
nsUtutlon Con
BriUah QuJana Pi 1
. ouncil called tot unlveraal adult
iffraga nodi n. 1 age o( 21
ii,.-' lafcad foi 1
.
Sneaker aloctod l "
Ihe life of (he 1
be four roan
abOUld have pOWOI lo
Constitution on a
Mill
m niUva Counell houM
consist nf nine m.-nil r-
b> the LogtalaUve Council lam-
I era who are to hold cabini rank
must l"" i
Foil ri'l ware
fn | .
l MafftOCI.'" I
I i- , L. .1 [ie mill
uffnige Thev said thai the
live* la to
I
n mi the i i
party as Prune Mlnlitei Bhoul i
. .it. return Ith i la a i il
iiiNiorttv the I aarltr e
head ol ihe Party with no fewer
Than nine
The prime Minister
|i|Hiint a Bpeahi
rom arlthli thi ii. If no

Houa ..|..i. .
i tree u* u >"
) Hoi

viii by
be Govern- r. The <
i. (10
Hi
Represent I
The id

nien.
Il
the
lak

/ ut /tin Beats
k.o/H'ztn 1st Hound
BIRMINGHAM. Jan 21
Ih.ndnlph Tiirpin BriUah Mid-
t (ii.it........i ki, i kod nut
Fduardo Lopi hi ham
Hen "in the Btel row d "i Un Ii
hen u
,a!it
Lonai ha
i
.
: king the i Ictura fltm
. mi. .ni ha pad p i
lance but Ironi
uartei engagement it could lie
wan thai he did noi n
the body
The British champioi
i awkward

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left hook whli I
I down for |h<- full mum Al
tied
in- nine pi
"< and hall
Reuter
Italian Senator
Killed In Accident
PLORENCI Jan 22
Italian Communist Banator lllo
Barontlni was killed on .. ro,.' \
near Florence UMkn ' i
in which he was rldUl I
Into a Pullman bus
Another occupant of the car. the
Town Councillor of Leghorn, v.a
also killed and thrre OUV
In tho car not yet idrntifleri were :
rushed to hospi' 4
condition wnM rcprirt 'd to be seri-
Reuter
The Scots flare
Hie Stone o/Scone
BDINBl '
rr Mai
I I* 1
.1 the 'I
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Partj
liy to cek -

his have i

-(in rraa
RHINE FLOODS STREETS
nONN. Jan 22
The Rhine, already two yards
above Us normal winter level here ;
anii beginning lo
. acted to rise tiu fur-
fhj i ., eatarwi
htn Realer
W ill Explore <).(MM
Mile Route
I
n Seen Di I
nth Army Hewd
the ban on ne*
limn about i kti ,t Na
DI Hill ..il\ ....

rang; Fifth All I
hot down one s*al
probably destroyr.! iboUh '
Bharp an
FOUl iaka altarkeit th.' Mo
tangs win :
.

the attsg king Communl I
. ...i.

. ...
'
i riii'i Muatai
patrol on ba three village* which

llraoUon
I

.. tonlgl
A0 30O i
from
kM
i. I|
I

red i rehouses
. i fh.it
22 to yeetoitUgp
United Nations trnops
forward to-daj ra .. I ad i post I
ithiri 20 miles of Seoul. Commu-
,.t bald south Korean capital
The stringent news btackoul
vai lifted to say that tl
. laichon. Oaan, Kurt
I and the tfooju mi-
trip
Hnlish troops have fought week-
inin They gain-
d iknummIoii of the lm|>orta.it
i and load town on the main
i..... w.i i , Bueroti
. ..n ..ii.i the] had lo wiui
lurtng the night when Chin-
renewed theli fierce
Strong three
,,.. mto lha ii i. on Be ui i
i un
ri fl
in an u iu I I
owiheaM
Ki,.
i..di h .iv iH'i'.' i at tiif
, an Buwon south of Seoul
.,nd wa-. ba .< t
patrol ii tivity last .
ting oi tho in
,ut re*i
rnove by Ihe 1
bar)
did not Ind i ate the.
th** norths* ,i advi e
., I i.t .,1 SlaUf
i i i lamped
Ug Hi
,i -.! hi, oi the Korean war hut
lifts i it lat.i lo aay thai t'mted
Nations' men oi unknown strength
...
II '
I ".
....
"arrow" which potnta through
forward meet i i< ng S. gnne
lull ii
nitit 1 from
laoul
Thk Bl i here to
,1.1, vtl nglh
The United troop also
hi
.1,1,1
ttr's forces nlso storm-


I
against aui '
it bi In
i
hole through which the]
an down the United NaUons*
Upnl) ,iii,i eon......
tern I., the BOUtA
The 8th Aim
Commuiv -
and Kun
An Rth Army Com lun rue >"
night credlb
I

pinning di trot
W
BTI.
Tin- communlq
C mmunsah

Wonju fa .innthei
Reuter
NOT PACIFIC PACT
WASHINOTOM J u

.
tha'
TWO PRIESTS GAOLED
. FOR LIFE
LONDON. Jan 22
Warsaw radio said to-da) that
murdererl Cnmrr ll
sentenced to life loni' Imnrison-
I Crakow dlarH
tary opurt
SYDNEY
Captain P. G Taylor Australia-
. I ' I
I
U i Inhn Foetei
.1 ;'
[viall Dun-
-i Commandant Robs t' .policy Ad*
''
The operation will i- Renter
atloa foi
ihe P. |
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-..loss the Pacific" rola-
Uunihip
n I I I.M MIMM Ml
TIIF rssTWS
mvr. tin
DAY on NUillT


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PAfifl TWO
HARil.uKlS ADVOOATK
j gaJiiJb gatting
SIR OKRA1 D
ster>imp;tnied by tv
wicii:
II W I A mornin*!
Trinidad yesterday
ire here for nne week'*
and are guests at In.'
m.
aid is Depute
rlnldad LegisUtivr i m.i-
C.D.C. Chairman Of
W.I. Section
BRIG E MOUNT. Chairman
The West Indies section of
ihe Co], ni.it Ik-vclnprmiit Corpor.
ntion arrived hare yesterday by
B.W I.A from Tnnid.id. Here (of J
about lour days. Brig. Moi
staying at the Ocean View
Short Visit
chlU
MR. "TONY' LEWIS,
has gone to the I
short visit with his pan
expects to return to Rai
a few days.
With Shell Caribbean
Mr. and Mrs Sherman Pesue
and their two ehildr.-
and Roberta arrived lrom Vem -
luela via Trinidad yesterdat
morning o> B.W.I A. Han
two weeks, they nre guests at tht
Marine Hotel.
Mr. Pease is with the Shall
Caribbean Petroleum Co. ir.
Maracaibo.
Back From Trinidad
DR and Mrs Joseph Kerrmhv
returned from their Tnnid..
holiday vr.strrd.i\ morning; i
BWI.A.
F.ii Rout? to Dominica
MR GERALD MOOIIE BfrtVi
from New York
morning via Trinidad by B.W.I....
He is staying at Cacrnbank await- h
ing plane accommodation t
Dominica An Irishman, nr is an
accountant by profession.
Graduate Nurse
MISS IVY HART :. Canadiiii
Graduate Nurse, ajfao i.~ 01
the utafT ol the Creole Petroleur
Oil Company's hospital in Caripi
to arrived from Trinidad y ester-
7 c Join Husband
MRS DOR]
: ,. .

iii connect irith pa a f,* ttv
U.S. She has an
band in tin
Holiday Over
jyal: AND MRS ALTO
DE LIMA ..'
iliday m I
: midful i I I
w I
They asBra 1
day morning by 11 \v i A to ajsand "'*uela-Ortiz *r
a short holiday here. She Is
Ing at the Ocean View Hotel
has already spent pail of bar bol
idas In Trinidad
At Seawall
Tk-RS GRACE COLLENs ., ,.
Wl, ed from Trinidad yesterdiv.
by BW.I.A. Her husband and
family wit t St v. i ii ,. Tin
her. Thcv have Ix-en here
week already Tbr. are guests at
the Mi nine Hoirl
Left Over The Week-end
MR. and Mr.- Alvin TUCkCT
who had bean hoU4ayln| al
their Baibados home West Weg.
(dad jeweltei y and
Limited, of which Mi < i
. roctoj
Left on S.im< Plane
MISS GEMMA DE 0A1
Inl
holldaylne in Bart)
to Trini.i
b3 ii " i A
i
loach, who
riaufhtei Mr and Mi
v| vin.
on trie St J a
83 and Coint Strong
to Trinidad over the week -end
B W.I JL
Trinidad Tennii Player
MR THOK SCHJOLSETH who
had been in Barbados sinn*
January 10th on holiday, return-
ed to Trinidad on Sundn\ after-
noon by BW.I.A
Thor has bean commi to Bar-
bedoa for several years as a metre
ber or the TranquUIi<
Club. He Is a reprcaentative oi the
Standard Life Assurance Co., In
Port-of-S|>aln
He was a guest at the Oceai-
View Hotel.
Agricultural Adviger
]\>fH A. de K FRAMITON
Ivl Agricultural Adviser to C l>
and W. was among the passengers
on B.W.I A. s early flight K.
Trinidad on Sunday afternoon.
coast, returned **"~*OMING to Bat
Oi
u

pear-old iii.-
oi tha Count)
I
Igntj -tin
un m i- Chn
Chemical Cm
Birmingham
!; i Wilfrid Kill Di ii.;
left England on January 13th b
the Ojaoea kfatj in New York
From than ha will A)
lo King&too. Jamaica and then '
Buhadoi and r> I
Apart from buatnoM pi Hill
ba> ,. graai varietj
and activities,' and Ik
ins praaanl of mind
end body lo following naturo-
cure rc-Kiiiii
Ha is the auth) r of 1
book* ..ii.1 pamphlets, including
Tin- Cycling Road to Hi 1
"Fitness."
latori". 'World Ti 16
1 the Common
Cold'" and savei -\ othan
T 0 Bermuda
Ml
Club, left
i 1
Elerlric I Engineer
Mv. BRICK 1
la Eng>
<-i :. in* wife,
M rived v cater.) ay from Trinidad
l .


the Oce.
HateL
Busy Lady #
MHAftUtS

.! :
h: Bri
ra Hrimng 1.
1 itaote Anii
. gtnisai
taken i>n active pan n: Ha 1
ida, to keep

;ilieles.
I : ttU lit tl.
Pro* um 1.11
member of
.

Hrl
Vds Holidaying With
Relatives
Mai FUEL KN10HT, h<.
I Adniir
...
Laying witt
. t ii'fi rot
1 a anting r>\
B W i A
gton
On Week'* Visit
M|{ DAVID EVANS and Mr
.:
tor SI R i.Mgun In
U.W.l.A The* will bi
To Join rtound Trip Cruise
MH J C KHF.INDI.KU left l>
B U I A - tn.lay morn-
Curacao, whara ha win join tha
1
lo Jamaica
Left Fr.r Venezuela
MB I M C ROBWSON, Asels-
ibtc and Wlrek N 1
Mi C I V
I
W< restarday
rnorniin; In ft W.I A. (Of Vim
I
Woiniin ol ihr H 'rla
Pakistan's 'Pwkpi hvnamn
CRG e SWORD
1 r^ 1

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1 1
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1
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BY THE WAY
e e
By Beachcombei
TIE chimpanzee which ran
amok In a bus the other day
seems to have provided n timHv
comment on my campaign toi
courtesy to Qnlmals in buses.
My paper says thut "ha had
been taught table manner* by a
West African settler." Thf lesaoii-
apparently did not get as far a
explaining that food may be bit-
ten, but not people However,
there wa an excuse fur the bad
behaviour of the beast. "He hn.i
been suffering from a cold." I
uspect that further provocatiot-
waa given by some sui ly pa
who omitted to give up hi' sea:
to the chimpansee.
A Worn* About Wini'
1SEE that Sir Alan Herbert has
been imploring the Ataftra
Hans to itl their wines stand on
their own feet, as it *ran ll
Canberra is a good red wine, call
It Canberra, and not Australian
daret or. werse, Australian Mar-
gatix. If the sparkling port Ihej
bre making at I>oncasi.i nun:
to be as good as the sweet Napo-
leon brandy made at Islington.
let It be cut off compleu-.y from
Portugal, and called "D. ncaster."
Once again I have read about
a meal being "washed down frith
a noble Burgundy." ai. thongi*
the belly were a muddy garage
door, and wine but coma
water. What an abominabW
phrase '
Hunler at Muckhurnt /Mi
JYfALPRACTTiCE sprang to the
la\ door and examined the out-
side handle. "Teeth-marks," he
said laconically. "Somc'un BUI 1
bit the door-'andle laid lliwket
"Someone." Mid' Mulpractic-
gravely, "must have opened this
c our with his mouth. llm
"P'raps along of II being locked.'
Bucket M
ignored this preposta
IIHIll At lll.Lt 111 TllCIlt U
came In with tlvr key "Air
nngan prtnta on u?" aaki
.-..' N '
nueer marks. T'eth-
iiiink." Isalnract
He was iroMarlnj
out rnaklruj fo< I ell
" uUI ask l-id> 1
have an I'M .
laken. 11
vrstli hei -n nth i'i orde lo le..\
no tingei print
likely. Uu.-i k
[iiMti,. tat down. A slight sound
draw nU atlantlo 1 to ttk
cotting. A rat paapad
hi stily withdrew Sii Lady
Olgfldeeworth a*m lelUng the
iriith It was m t h
Iwrse she had triad >
. .1 rot t
"ti
Wltlioul linltatmn, mi
1
d -

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"r ui

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1 1 ,. U1MO. I"i


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Pvvert a
liuidr thr wood RU|^
r*ihcr more do!y jnd Ik
on rilling, bin whoui ban
reply. Fefling morr and
nd h* f*t' i.tht dueag nid in
th* open (ounit, b-
rh (null. h.nt hniirf o: G iftet (ir<.
Hu-rfinf torsftnL h iti
ia| mc."
n..ir roa awa Bouli
Ki> ihn af?" "And ulw br
ul*?" *h GjH. "I've
-.1 Itl M SSfiVa aBBM you
I ol Vjinm Green'- w*i."
* Poddy'. Unl* couiin."
'i Rupert anaiotitlv. Ihsn he
-. >n iriej.
To be cleared IMMEDIATEi.V!
9 lovely shades of 36"
STRIPED TAFFETA DOr
(nines lo London in IN Salin
30 ServantsBui
She Still Does
The Flowers
H> i: Hj 1
NM
There Is MM Itl. lOin. ,.l Iha ,.,. f thh
m ''"' "ko mn> "' iiiimo she
vlll probably no down tn lh m.
1 iqu.it All
t'lt lurecst
\h.ir. arlfa '.f tin. Premlt
Retwl in her flame red latin K.itar.i HtrMtd
skirl) and kurta tlunui. ,.....| ... .ih
s of mlr-
.
..'.> etaii In hei hotel
Igarette and slpplns IcC
TI I -l>^ I IM VIS\
---';-
GLOBE
H>I>\ H MOIMtUW \M. HIIII-HW
\ M-O-M'S Top Itaahlr
Mtam B$Umm We
\ Ilebrrah KFRK -
Seerei
KUbe,-i JAtLOK
La ml

nd never h;i\i
1 woman talk to
HV r Scarlet Tors
Fiirts. IdMH, cotni ,.r]l,
mm her tiny, brtghtlj
'us lik.-
sin- 1 parfaetl] 1
..irlet um
ig batween tha mull
1
'"'' ii" 1 erf*
lands mat.ing an
'"-e as she talks.
BEGUM uaqUat au khan
' I would work 46' hows a day if I could"
Advanced' lo cook, clean and look after hei
, .. children," she announces Ant
' ' quarter t ;. cemur> adds smiling. "Unlike myself."
rathar "advanced"
tu |ii.> hockey and ride st*e believes boys should be
1 blcyclr. but at 17 the Begum handy in the house, too. "My 0*1
1 1 rfcan mlBBlonary l*" can sweep and du^t and hnv^
l.ucknow and did both I een taught to look afti
' Itudent, -he was the -'elves." she adds
arome an MA of


1 I don't
in Karachi she
I 1 degree. Irene
'. I Al
.. hot merely the wife of *m '" Calcutta
wmk her diploma with a
then went -o l>lhi
Knaland. to ih. I
She is a pattonattti lo D*
-ight. Woman Of learning
nlluenrc
!.>'.">
30 and 40 servant'
know exactly how
She nns never worn the
Si . v. l-ii :: i 1
Almorah. in the United I*rovin>v
U Imr l';uil. daughter uf Ctn -
: ata, iimi she went to
English ehool, the Watlesli
31rV High School. In 1
although sli
ind --Miiie. a bit of a
highbrow, and to this day she
is admittedly un
doubt if I ._-ouid boll on egg".
NU"J she
But 11. hat plans fur aducat
UM modern girl of Pakistan she country
"I.. puts domestic subject*
lirst. "Every girl must know how
Kifle Gftrli
I I'.iklst.m. the Begum I-
tomptroller (with the army rank
rf Brigadier) of the Women's
National Guard. which *h
founded three years ago It
. nile- it:,, functions of this
eotiatry*i WHAr and WVS. The
girls get the chance of learnn;;
to shoot with a rifle, too.
"But that." says the Bagum
. ..iflily. -is to tempt them to join,
it is not loiiipui-- i
and nursing. I don't like women
to ape men They have their own
jobs to do for their
The Satchel Club
LVor I o-.Iji>. I'i 1 i< imI ion nr* (irum
WHAT would you like to bo 15
I 1 J lioy
'I has tie,.,! asked this
Question, la youi reply, \ don't id
know yet oi -,,.tiling rnOM
dtflnita'
Whatever || is. all in this l.
have some fun. if v,,,,
'.' glva yoursaU one
B art, it it is tbi you get three. 18
At 1
What with one thing and 1
the*. Iha Begin.-, has the barest
minimum of leisure when she Is
In m.. lint she spares time to
.lie Sowars, like any suburban
house*lie. "And if there u
moment," she says. "I run and
I BS play a little- tune on my llawal
;.uit;.i Of 0 injiio-accordion
jazz. Mozart or the old Kngh ih
'ihi prefer (at Lomposeis are my favourite*.
Aid up me iinai score and see
' ti it fails Then
proiIda '! .>: 1
0U who appear I
of your ainhition uiii
not you 1 ajltt for
your Chosen career.
But ramambar, you siuai ba
honest with yourself !
Do you anjoj outoN
all weathers'- (a) Ve (lfa>.
2. Do you like aing tha coua
Uyside (a) bv ear; 1I.1 ,> 3(i
rharades; (b) a treasure
hunt? With all hei Western ideas for
II you gi't into an argument, women's freedom the Begum won't
do you (a) try to 1........ -ut have Wasteti bunions, Not at
yataT c<*e: ibi fight' any price "Drab and dreary." she
Do you oka taking part iii "alls them,
school debates? (a) Yes; (b)
No. sne has a happier reaction to
dreary January day, and she
ecommends it to our attention
Quite simply, it is to put on the
brightest colours In the kalcid...
ope and cheer ourselves up.
1 Bustatad when
: m tha telephone?
(a) Yea; (b) No.
. hate rough games in
i-ase you get hurt? la) Yes.
lb) No.
1 enjoy long Join
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Hry M.MIlllBON
and
Pl! I I-MM1N-.
"ESCAPE"
AND
FORBIDDEN
STREET"
Dana ANDREWS
and
Maureen O'H '.'
IIOYAI
Ti. J.iv at | And 8.:l
t idumbia Serial
Let instalment
"TEX GRANGER
and
Hei.r
OLYMPIC
To-day .md To-morrow
1 .'i .ml I",
H (. M lasMBaai Double
Jofanny Wl I
In
TARZAN
NEW YORK
ADVENTURE'
AND
OUTRIDERS '
a RBA
and

CUTLERY and
PLATED WARE
^ix
Snrill CaaaMMM nl '" Knives
I orks and Sihm.iis
si:iinl.-.s Btccl Carvci s>-is
Sils ol S;h).>iis
Caki 041
Cake n> also
LARGE THERMOS
FLASKS
PLANTATIONS LTD.
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TUI BDAY, JAM \\i\ 2.1. mi
.nVOt.VTL
i i t
\Iis>ioir < a <
Adjourn*
K

the pijimin> b
Chancery
ing Viet I
hearing of
The rase a
members of
eming Bodv of
linn Milon.
Counsel for
I '
' -:
d. n i v
i
Decision On
Wounding
Case Varied
The decision of Hu
..


i 25 cOSlS


Ui '
u yenterday varied by
If. A Vaughan. Judge* of
mnt Court of Appeal.
Honours order.:
of C3 by three
monthly instalments the first
nting on January
. : ill :. .
I
| i ix-arrd on
Uin who appealed
Ihn
!*
America a* the irrn bomb
">il flare* tip *aat*
I
I in ~ u!> ...
B. ml. And It Kir.
tnt* focus fratn N'rw ark
In M Ml II MKH U
1 IKM" Ihe man who *Ur1
rd ilMr vs.Ih M.i 1
renee. aeed : m I
reporter thswti in llir I B
(.iivre-nmriit lo report lb.
blrtli uf the ilom homh If.-
was taken into ie.fi I
lor I** IIU report* were
nnued aa GevnrtMnrni daru
unite Now he h*- v.
a book"The Hell K- ,
which In- it* tillr .
Inch red Icllrrv III* opci.r
i-in i-
Till: ll-IKMIII
And this is the cause
all lite trouble
Of
III.- SllltM/ Ishiii-
'Don't drop the
homh al any
price'
WIKMiA -.....
..',', d on .he hell bomb 1),
tenee said
'" 9 he was
,JuL "" Grove Road.

Mr. W
Mr W

nine thnmgh tin
rune* and ( -t him on
: | H


the case arose had
on for 111

II.

Aj
was tins'

: 00 argument
McCoUin.
n said she saw

with U i m biU
Mr Adams in aridrowinv: Then
Dun a-ked them to deal loni
liomhc*ald f_ l.'.!"
Mental Hospital
M til

atom-bomb test, refuses
Bomfoti or be cheered
Hi- ihink-. Latin
FUCHS GETS THE BLAM1
FOR NEW ARMS RACE
m rx Dw Itaeta. fc*uad I
M cspecta the rtrst H-
t> to be ready Tor testing early
i I compared .th th. atom bomb
i Mem Of hud.img fhn
hydroiten bomb waa rrti
njOte an atom bornl- simple
sooner than W have done mis order But of Pitch*, he says
of the con-
.i thai mm .u'
| : uya Laurence. I
. believes
of work on the hydro*. .
Hi. I IIIUII issueWlial Caul il !? ff
JNo Mote War...Or Massacre

The. Judas who stood in tha
Of inner circles. Hla
DSIM will live In mfamy aloof
OMT arch traitors
In hlstoi-
1.AIKKN I
book i. i ' .....' '' :'"'
work) for Russia would be i '
in attack mi A I
.
Tin- en
11-bomlv would be
|

bomb in a merr te-i
II Mill be n H-bomb, naver-
i it we shall learn
how In make hiumr and better
For, iuuQm the A-bomb
Ihs which osniM* be made below or
In .-.. the H-bomb
can be made as small or as largo
MM oMtgw. wants."
Mere lesl | .....
.iv: ..' IhS M m bomb ulkiiiK about Ihe hydrogen bomb
iMtlun the .
i
nl iiam- ! i '
lbs D.T. bomb.
The D.T. stand., tot DeutOTlU
I-;-
brocn which ihe bomb u
bably be made An
int. i-Rist ii't.i: ti nil.
ii noun .
. -mse art* off Ihe hlwW
p/ firing a uraniinx bui-
,i! a tntn tube at a ura-
I' || mini.'* IM
i.nryr

point out that his client did not
Z ."not de-
DHUd not
"The hydroRcn bomb :
r D.T rhe esrsCi


. . wei
., two
- .....'" l!,'"-'u'
by blast
. ihe h' i bon b I i

Arms .

i nkable
i---------- He explained II

l.il Uiu
up
a irlfj*!
,
104:. It '
upa i lupei
> hi Blue print- nuM hm heen
Hie lateet drawn nl Ions after that
A-bomb I A-bomb, he soys, *i<
i" two
i H-bomb yrori end ihree month.s. Today
i IS Mas vast A-bomb ilants
i iua1 which can make most of what
t is needed for the Hell Bomb



uindnn Express Service
; !
FINED 30'- FOR
WOUNDING
i
ralma ftn
woundlnj
18.
Th. ir Hoooutl ISkl 'but '''"'
Icked IU I s sen
cane hill was

laeunan by fhrma bar
a Mich to pay the
Jamaican K.A.F. Squadron Annual Keporl
Spencc Succeeds
Sliriilii'K)
Ouicl I lav On water Front
Fly to
Stole Galmniw:
Gels I Months

irrnm Our LonO. .-.
LONDON. J.i
The report for 1 In-
activities of 131* tJ.im.iica) Squad-
ron KAF compiled bv S
R. G. W. 0;ikl.>. 1^
D.F.C D.r.M
Uommil'. I
The reporla states that a II'
and varied programim p.
|m- time lr;umii^ \\.-
nent with hard labour was cut. Ihe activity being n rtrl)
passed on 24-vear-oid otuy by weather coodtl
. ..( Neuon street, aim nf thbi trainUiv. '
b> His Worship Mr. in* or ground training, is to im
the |* ;
11., lolonj
IFnaj Our 0>k .....r.r.n4.nl>
The n I
" llK Sl'V'*"ron
. the purpose, le. , .. .
i wC "hank our Ij to deal *iih ...
. l, .da .it Jamaica. nofH
ve a very SbOT
rour s(undrons ac- to Pioneer Indu
..... " i -1'
rutun i s"11 nl Mi A A. Shen
.... I
day visit Mi Lou
; |c who have
friend
For the Imined
itis worsnip mi. mg or Rrouna iraining. is io im- ....... ,....,. JBi .1
- enrols during, hlture, the commanduiit em
i emben of no Bnuaaron ,. nii. ,iMi,.,,
.sv greetings ari( . ,.
i. Police Magistrate pt>
\ to. and r
a || found xuilty of the the "olde
NEW
YORK
I-1*
PAN AMERICAN
CLIPPER*
.;

iluad
. ould not Rive a reason-
able answer.
took him to the lirldne
here the sheet of
! Identified by Doug-
is ns hi* own.
has four previous con-
foc iarcany.
to*' For Malicious
standard of newi
.nnt;iin th.
L. the
M of galvanise tiieienev. the point of perfection
._lued at 9/- and the property of jn u,e execution of ail the task:;
.iitlas of Bay Land obout thc Squadron m
5 lb a.m. on Jami ujxin to undertake.
Uf Police Constable GUI Among the moi,
ho arrested Preseod said that on IlVitie. Qkara have be i
m he saw Preseod with mrms ,,, M>Ita .,., ,,.. r
" PHt del"1 lir Ud when he asked nim durilli( ^,0 winU.r montfa
was doing with ihe gal- aarvad three purposes:
vide exercises In Ion,;
navigational light*, thl
iK-rnliny from
the Middle East ami u 1
tunny t" make
.
in Ihe Middle t- I
i.in's winter months. 1
tachments were very 1
both from ihe "bustnei
ui concerned

of


. I then- friends ol
Economic Development Of
Under-Developed Countries
BT) berth <>f the Careen-
.,... occupied bj I vessel. There
M hrli vesaeU are lying
I
At one lime yesterday none of

111 thr
and
ware :it erork and all
t irlbkee was quiet on the waterfront. To
1,1 ,. 1 break ti- ntonotony, linger or
part law urwer tow of a luunch glided
m iii. Up ihe CaneriSg*. making their
leaerted jp- wsj t<. the tnnai basin wit'
ed t" lumber
^luOTT^Tl
Bavtewed b3 E. H TIMOTHY
IThes Si tl
.. Marketing Itoanls now
uch com-
Damage
Value U. the amount of 20/- was
ordered to be paid by Wesley
oX Eagle Hall.
1 -KeUti
porU and ImporUv of 1 ruin*
Pub
IMhf 1 1
.[ 11
7/Sdi
\ m .. as cocoa,
Yet these Boards
are regarded as 1
ibuus f'
01 Import. I
Six-Year Plan
i'or India
IXPERIS ARE WANTED
Hun red I.....
be recnuri
development plan
1
s mm .-< municaiiooa |U .
both pr- .
CO^GHScndCOLDS.'
poll wU
'
dueers and consumers In Colceusl v ,
,v .u ... ,# Mri. bull! Iks UsflUi
Mich
on a charge of malicious damage
1 .perty of Harold
A Co., on January 20.
further fined another
.", I ; daya or one
inoattrs imprisonment for the
heard before H; Worship Mi.
II ,\ Tahns Bgt Bancroft
I EOT the Police
etofenent, *>.
Union vel.
provided the H
can ix- sssured, rnrrig
A.tiviiy at bon 1
its very interesting periods, H
Air Force and westei
Mail, at. nuim higtiliittiUs of ih
found guilty u^ rciin ,, .d- loans and investments
l


..n India House b
I.K.N
> rmuifica 1
.. H l
1 es, II ru OkKk ..Id ..-.i
.11 Ma low inAAl) \ -uiiiillV
build op row lumini now wuh gooJ-
utn.'ig IpMCTl limuhioo.
more thon (uit n tonic
POWERFUL N0UH1SMMENT
Provence Scuds
Tilos To Britain
be daily'Press. The toe I
cises were Foil. Bulldoti. Btai
iviperor Buck 1
liiniil.ite operational
ipportunities
cairying out attacks on ctl
towns 1
The Royal Ob-.i\-i
required our assistance as ao ..UI .
attacking force on thc occasloi
Sclr.*,,"Uver -iob ^ a
On this exercise the Squi
attacked various targe'
level.
a far
,.iy erefl
ifluenoe
THE ENGLISH PRESS''
Tourist twrfn
San Joan and New York
B.W.I. Currrncy
One Way....... OMJI
Itnunil Trip SI36.T2

Via Tiinidad
Tourist Bervtee between
Pert-of-Sp.iin is 1 n. .s
York
One Way.......S2S5.43
Round Trip.....S539.12
r. \\ 1 Curreney

MIAMI
Via Antlgna
One W Round Trip
SU20.IH S396.72
B-WX Currcnry
EUROPE
Uxoriovi Double-Decked
Clipper Service
Mew York and tromotlontK.
points. OerniaM oecom
modotion in n,,.
on through lights to Ewope
01 no additional cost.
flY PAA...The b-! -a.
In Ihe world to trovel
anywhere in ihe world.
For further infoimotion end
reservolions coniufl your
Hewl agent o,
ftgekflgnl rMitM
n.rbjdos wstieerte. RfM
. w ii.ls rnanth'i round
lh. I.. bado
ir. Oak
I
1 1
. .,, i!, Net oeud illies in
Other activities have Inclti ban.....wtti U tkeg
numerous attacks on bombtne Uon1 of nev ., ..,nem niwl en-
ranges and meteorological Bl| ed I eh- li.nrt.ons. He showed
bag imported 1,400 tons ln advance of the lormatior m Provincial Reporters were
roof tiles from France. aircraft taking part -t. I e those of Barbados more m>t
P| w >. borougk Flving Display held in tempted. What has done t0 b> all smders, while the big
nous for itg pottery craft. July. : i[.l..-.r. i p- -
Factories making the tile-, ithcy The Open Day for the com-
0 produce brick and ground memorotion of thc Battle ol 1 1 piece of Talking aboul cmalincailous,
lea] Mave bc^-n modernised, and
: being met from maio
parts of the world.
Berths Restored
Od bricks aro
ported through the port of Mar- Painters and earn
n ten more berths bugy yesterday decorating p
1950. ,rf thc WCJt block of MOQrei
A 700-yard long quay, ulong- Si
KE4Jr BOOK 1951
McGregor Street
Gels 'New Look'
lit. deep, is to be A carpenter was on the Ingld
i|K 1.1 shore of the old port plane v. ith u.easured atrok-
1944 L.F.S.
pi oof
ted to poWCSK (>
ne of ihem fun
. .. pi of m n '""ii
wage.
Mi 0 l> ..nipared
Press vvith the

. * ui parueuii

|Afl
DONA 1 ION
NIW YORK
evaa rear old
I accident
NSad this week on a
Tor Who
I with Miving the
Lord Louis MouiUhat- J"wo
I 1
'
I



. questions I
be ,) 1 ,n.l as-^-ciate BBeepbf
.... 1 bel
orally rur -* would in ns
ad m tn>
" ' '"'" i-v.
I I iinnne was Chi
while painters were on thei
1 n the outside adding th
llnthing touchr-: to the
the green-pal.d
ad fntvaolM ghe i atti chad
One stof no. and
could l-
Thev were uecoraUng an oflii
Ml shortly be o
bv an Eve Specialist. Th.
n.en a-e hoping to finish it '
1 .Mthin another week < an absolute n
. .mplicated mailer
I.N
ad
.r.kS --
11 and wondcd
I .,,1,111
by Mr.
v Mi O.
NEHRU GOES HOME
NEW DEI-HI. Jan. 22
Indian Premier Nehru returned |
ten'l l*ft eye in India. Three jf you approach afcG 1
i on later the cornea of the Street from Broad Street,
hoy's olhcx eye waa grafted on presence of the block gives U One
i>i a young half-blind mother. surroundings a real "City look onoa to the ll natter
given st.nd.rd toHw r^1 to^vjrorno
wealth Prime MlnUters*
onfeivnce in Londonenter
e*M
/.V,V,V/,VAW/AV/- V.V-V,','/.','

BU\ YOURS NOW!
"Pan A.un:rcAN
Would Airways \
TM l'i 1 '
psssinoiR^ "i CUn
PAA
Tl
RICKETER ANNUAL
1950 51
Seattle avesefa WJ. TOIH
yH j. H. STWLLMBYEm
WHmm Ufi 4
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
'-','.'.^.'. V,.. '.'.'.'.^ 3aMM60>>60S >0^O0^'
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The Advocate Co Lid. will publish a Year Book of Barbados
in 1951.
The Year Book will contain three parts:
(I) Handbook giving detailed statistics and information on
a wide variety of subjects e.g., agriculture, finance
industries, trade, communications, tourism, hotels, sport,
art, literature and all Ihe things we want lo know about
Barbados but have until now not been able to find
under one covr.
121 Special supplement on Barbados' industries: e.g. sugar,
soap, butter, lard, ice. gas, tobacco, electricity, hotels
etc. tulf
1 3) A Who's Who ol Barbadian! you should know about
A local committee comprising among others Hon. V. C. Gale
M.L.C.. Managing Director of the Advocate ^o. Ltd.. Vice
President of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce. Mr. George
Hunte. Assistant Editor of Ihe Barbados Advocate. Mr. Neville
Connell Director ol the Barbados Museum and Mr. Trevor Gale
Advertising Director of the Barbados Advocate will be respon-
sible for the publication.
The compilers of the Year Book want to make sure that the
Year Book is representative ol all aspects ol life in Barbados
and it is taking this opportunity to invite secretaries ol Societios
Clubs, Institutions, and business, social and other organisations
of all kinds to send particulars aboul their respective organisa-
tions immediately or not later than April 15th 1951.
Year Book.
C o Editor, Barbados Advocate,
34 Broad Street.
Names and addresses of all those to be considered for
inclusion in Who's Who will also be welcomed.
Advertisements close April 30th 1951
Advertisers are asked lo get in touch with
Mr. Trevor Gale,
Advertising Director.
Barbados Advocate.
34 Broad Street.
This is one publication that no advertiser can afford to
ignore because no one interested in Barbados can afford to b*
without the Year Book of Barbados 1951.
(AN ADVOCATE PUBLICATION 1


PACE FOUR
r
I BARBADOS
f
BARBADOS ADVOCATI
rVESDAI l\\l \RT 23. 1931
ADVDfifTE
lb. A*.*au C UJ.
Tuesday. January 1, lj|
EAST < OAST
FIFTEEN years ago the Barbados Gov-
ernment Railway died because a Governor
was convinced that it had outlived its days.
Daring the intervening years the carriages
were dismantled and the rails removed
This left the old track disused and in many
instances unsightly.
The fourteen miles of track pass
through some of the most populous coun-
try districts and in not a few other in-
stances through spots of the loveliest
scenery in Barbados.
Four years ago the question was raised
in the House of Assembly as to whether
the Government would put the track path
in order so as to provide a road along the
coast. This was intended to give visitors
and residents alike the opportunity to
enjoy the drive from Bathsheba to Belle-
plaine and the beautiful scenery which lay
between the sea and the cliffs
Nothing has been done about it. One ob-
jection to the suggestion for building this
East Coast Road was that it would enhance
the value of the adjoining lands. Whilst
that might be true it would also have
allowed for the erection of houses in cer-
tain districts now almost inaccessible, and
it would have brought more revenue to the
parishes along the east coast.
Above all this, the absence of this road
shuts out from view to the visitor the most
beautiful section of our countryside. And
this at a time when we are encouraging
visitors to this island in order to build up
a tourist trade.
The Leader of the Government has
stated in the House of Assembly that the
Government is not prepared to undertake
any further capital expenditure but where
the money spent might bring returns such
as can come from the East Coast Road it is
time that the matter be examined careful-
ly-
The East Coast road will eventually be
built. It is impossible for this or any other
Government to allow long stretches of
land of high potential value to remain in-
accessible merely because of the lack of
proper roads. If that view is accepted then
it would be worthwhile for the Govern-
ment to make investigations now as to the
possibility of getting the work done now
when it will cost less than at some future
date.
The contractors now reconstructing the
Seawell Runway have more than finished
their work and they have in this island a!
the present time, equipment which the
Government does not have and which
could be used-in building the East Coast
Road in half the time it would take using
Government equipment. It would be use-
less to allow the contractors to take this
equipment back to Trinidad and then bring
it back to Barbados to do this work.
The fact that houses of high value have
been erected in other parts of the island
easy of access, leads to the reasonable con-
clusion that if parts of the island, which
would be touched by an East Coast Road,
were accessible they too would see the
erection of residences of high value. This
is another means of bringing to this island
capital which might not otherwise become
available.
FRANK OWBN begins today a two-part focus on his assignment to India
FtMftcl Or Money -li s
A tai'ini HiIt* 111 ma
M ilv
thousand ye
The Monster
>._ !^'-jrS!5h*J!i!.l!-?n^fh INDIA has not been getting on tax-collector takes .
I India. Thia does Ml
What Portttj i>iotertin of ihc wb-ontliMai
-power. Berau< *ho i* so pour, India. *lnst the menace beyond the
iWore the war, offered the mass Himalayas It itftbr bill f.
f Mam f |Un p,.opl(. a i,v,ng standard across lh.- fault" I';.k. :
us aei omiy one-fifteenth of Britain". Inflation of
Her birth rate was twice as times ovei lasuv) h
an un- ft|fh go was her death rate Ex- further helped to condemn
'' peetation of life of the Indian misery, almost .o
vas under 27 years. those hard-working midd!e-cla:
The homes of millions of village '<>" who are struggl nK atom i
*He were huti made of more or \e*>
around in neither nv .
must tiii it
INDIA People I i,i., ,
and an i almost intc patriot
tlla> site of Western Europe, wl-. ,.. Urn, *,
we are hem,. ured to organls* Caoi!.. UMricati model Taxes ha'
and det- patriotically British them, to new
population. And ears.' an , y. one
iradition, of -uiiuiv. conquest, Thr Minister rupee in avi rich the
ved

rtnl
ago
India was mights
..:', llabyl'"
.iiuitnl tkvWlOUg afttM
tituiies before the R'
foot in llntatn.
But just now India
eas> and unhappy place
people are poor, htingi*),
clothed and ill-hou.i'U
They are 'free" of their

how a i
great
foreign matters.' the British. plancd , nd cow At | could not
India achieved her full mdepend- .h ence more than three year* ago. lhan 1C mlIi-worv., India, could
in August 1947 Hut already the flnd pantov Nor does the Government:
fore-sbadow of new intruders Because the soil Itself Is *. It i. > pandei of
tK'glns to fi-"
Ailll Of he
of
1 ajr
r north
..ii
ew intruders b^.^. Ih<1 ,,, IUelt (s Mt ft (, |h
i the mountain ,,, in lf>niUly <(,r poorly f.-'i- Yet the ts.,iK ..
front er ,, (he lmuan ,.r(,p f rice>> not rise.
"Crippled" wheat, or sugar gives the lowest
WHAT has gone wrong, so yield per am of any country in ..,,,,I*.e, *am,n*
sadly and so soon? For of the the world. And because the popu- MADRAS has missed four rain-
hard fact there is no doubt what- lation goes on Increasing tut the bringing monsoons in succession.
ever. Read what famous Indian* rule of about 4.000.000 a year!) with disastrous effect on 4,000,000
themselves say. Here is Sarat ever poorer land Is forced into acres of her rite fields, but has
Chandn Hose le-iding political cultivation. tl few new reservoirs n>
figure in Bengal, on develop- I' ""* ihe challenge of these catch ihc precious water when ...
menu 'acts which, during the war. last It falls
"India has produced a maimed "purred half a dozen of India's Indeed, something near starva-
and crippled baby ... so regti- leading industrialists to devise tlon faces huge ureas of India
lated and regimented that she Is the Bombay Fifteen-Yiiir Plan She will need to import at lca.~t
unable to throw up her arms or , 6.000.000 tons of food grains th s
kick her legs Today repressive All Poorer fan if the 1943 famine horrors
measures arc more stringent than OVER this period ttfetj pro- ' Bengal are not to he repeate the British ever dared to take. . posed to double India's Income It is India's grim dUflti
And corruption, graft, and nepo- per head, double her farm pro- while she cannot feed her own
Mm are on the increase in every duction. treble her total national sons and daughters if she rttlsa
province" income, and quadruple her indus- on Importing food In such val
Pandit Malaviya: "The people trial output. bulk she will go bankrupt.
are worse off In every way than A bold and inspiring project. High and still rising
during the British rule. The which gripped the imagination of rations, and increasing food short-
rountry's wealth i* concentrated many a young man then in India, ages, mounting taxes, a dwindling
In 9 few hands and 320 million But what happened? Alas' treasury, storm clouds gathering
people live at bare subsidence The poor Indian and his family along her frontierssueh is the
level" have become poorer thadowed aide of the India scene
In his bitter, disillusioned book. Prices of chicken, beef, mutton, But there is mother, sunntei
Betrayal in India," writes an Ash. eggs, potatoes, milk, sugar, aide. For India is a vast land.
.tld friend. I> F. Karaka. once a butter In Calcutta markets this a great people, and still a poten,
brilliant fighter for Independ- Christmas were more than twice Ideathe mightiest in Southern
ence-__ what was paid in the war. and Asia. I want to tell you this too.
"A new kind of Indian has five times the rates of 1039-40. tomorrow,
emerged the khaddar-clad. Indeed, many a family In this L.E.H.
The I'liapiiiaii In i ruliiisiii i|oe% on unoiher
< \|> ilitHM. this Imim i ol.oi-lmiiliii^ ill l,aris . .
Cora and the Long Low \Yliislltr
Can man build .
with a mind of its owna
machine that will weigh up a
situation, reason it out, make a
decision, and then act on It?
After listening for u week to
300 robot-machine experts, doc-
tors and biologists, at a confer-
ence in the Latin Quarter of
Pans 1 believe the answer i*
Yes"
.lisucd lhal robot bruins
ili.M built can thlak. and
that robot with superhuman
mental powers will soon be
possible.
The astonishing antics of live
robots lead me to this view.
First there was
Cora
Cora is a (lightly, red-anii-hlat k
torlolse-like "creature" with a
talent for party tricks
Har ancvMors were lw.>
battery powered "tortoises".
which startled scientists a year
ago by the realistic way they
moved about darkened room in
search of light.
The behaviour of the new robot
is frightenlngly lifelike.
She consists of only a few
ingeniously connected electrical
parts mounted on a tricycle
undavearrtasja, but she can learn
by experience like a don, .mil
remember her Icaftuns.
Show a hungry dog a piece of
meat and its mouth immediately
waters. Whistle each time you
give the meat, and the dog's
brain will associate the whistle
with the appearance of food.
Eventually the dog's mouth will
water at the sound of the whistle
alone. Cora's "brain" can
associate Ideas In the same way
When Corn's inventor, Bristol
lenlal type.
If Its "brain" is incchanicaiiv
disturbed it develops an uncon-
trollable tremble
The tremor experienced bj
(eople with l';.
i-nd other rssYVOug dial
much the same
Both the Bed Hug and Cora
Fhnw typicni neurotic I
hysterical pan
if thi
their built-in bruins cotlM iM
conflict.
The doctors at the conference
expect machine-
ti, provide a new insight JntC
the causes of human brain trou-
bles.
PARIS, light-sensitive eye picks up Un
robot brain beam and she moves toward"! it
If he whistle* she takes n
notice at llrst. But after 20
experiences In which the whistle
is Mimkly followed by the lli.sh
of the torch Cora responds to the
whisic alone
Robot No 2 is
Mary
Mary is a steady, sensible bfpg
with a logical approach to life
Britain's ultra-cautious Dr.
A M. I'HIey. of Mnlvem Worcs
rudar station, where Mary lives
.mm- un iiitclliKcme test as an
example of the logical problem*
Marv can solve. On a punched
card he "fed" Mary with these
facts
All fhe letters f hatv received
which lOtrt u'Htfcn on white
MJMT u.-re typed. No tupeuHI-
len letter has been sent to me in
an unsealed envelope. Some of
my bills arr on ichlle paper. I
hare not paid any bills VMCfl 'I not eom in unsealed envelopes.
Then ho puts this question:
Have I paid all my bills?
Time how long It takes you to n,orp ....
prove that the answer Is No. And Now .
Mary figures It out In a few Where do Wa go from all th
thousandths of a second. Professor Wiener, u I
| i atlieiuatual genius, 001
The No. ,,,bo;,ta aucju,> l^^'^.\\Z^ ,1", !! g
counting madiine. built by ParU's rhestertcm
silver haired Frofeaaa* Leiki Hr (l
Cuurfliinal Maca streamlined
network of wire, valves and
True Story
\i\ WALLACE S HULLKTT
LONDON.
iO ri.n-. u-tt'ii inurojerer whose
n-spitt from the galiOin 28 ft
i unu'rnment and ar-'UM-cl ;i public
uUiv UatsOJIM m British history, danced his
way to death in the lonely Broadmoor Ciim-
nnl Asylum Berkshire.
By rights he should not have been at the
n-.titutii.ns dance. He had heart trouble and
.ilso an internal nmwth Cor which he was
' alf (;rain of mnrphme three times
da>'. Ht h.'td been warned to take things
easy.
But True, as always, ignored orders and
attended the dance on New Year's Eve. He
collapsed and died later in the asylum lios-
1 pital.
The fade-out was in character for the
.">M-year-oId True, who, until he was 31, had
jauntily rolled through life, a boastful, quar-
relsome waster and drug addict.
BvfJD while being held in prison on the
charge of murder, True gave the impression
that life was a game and murder a romp.
He boasted that he had contributed 14 cents
to become a member of the "Murder Club"
and that he never )>elonged to the "Dud
lub"for those who botched the business
>f summary despatch.
Monacled, smiling. True, was arrested for
a crime as sordid as any other. He had robbed
and murdered a beautiful "butterfly of the
street." Gertrude Olive Yates. in her south-
west London apartment.
He battered the girl with a tolling pin and
strangled her with the silken cord of her
dressing gown after a drunken orgy.
During his trial fantastic rumors of the
life led by True spread like wildfire througb-
mt Britain Bachannalian orgies, wUd.
extravagant excesses, and violent drinking
bouts, and stories of depravity.
True was found guilty but his neck was
spared when the Home Secretary. Edward
Shortt. appointed a panel of doctors to
examine the state of his mind. They de-
clared True was insane.
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Now Ihls robot chess-player
from Spain, m.ichiiu- No. 3. in a
-Irk-tly hOQMt type. When 1
itu'.iii.l in a move I made on his
brown ami silver thenuer-toai-i
Carlos objected by it.>sning n
light
Alter I had h .itt'd 'Jii.v HlMfl
lie refus.-d to play with me an,\
tin* iiiimivii.
future. machiiK capable
. issuing accurate weather fore-
flashing neon lightscan work gSsltsV s*Utag ttlrfnc t sjmrtl
out n one hour problem* (Jrom and predtcllllK economir ehu i
Mmple sums to Einstein algebra) ||# totewret ^^ moviti.blc appli-
which If done by human hands. cail0(1 of ^^j btuins to inattx
would cover a pile of foolscap , a ^caIe |hat musl UJlher jn .,
haoU u lilgh as the Eiffel Tower, ^cond industrial revolution
lied Hut which, m his own words "will
The Bed Bug, No 4 robot, devalue human brains as much
ll nn anlnuil" built by America's as the llrst devalued human
brain-expert Dr. Grey Walter. 56-year-old PrWeaaor Norbert brain."
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The Leading Clubs
Their finding produced a howl of protest
from all over England. ShorU's resination
was ilemanded. Five months later he had
indeed gone because the coalition novern-
depreMive I ment o( the day had fallen.
:-ompn The public outcry over True's "escape'
from the gallows was intensified by the fact
that the day before the reprieve was announ-
ced by the Home Office on June 8, 1922, an
IB-year-old youth named Henry Jacoby was
hangsgd for murder.
The rumors became even more incredible
and more fantistic. It was said that True was
at least the son of some highly placed person.
QuMtioni were asked in Parliament; indig-
nant letters flooded newspaper offices.
During the debate in Parliament, Shorit's
fitness for office was directly challenged. The
Home Secretary replied that no other course
was open to him after Ihe experts had found
True insane. No other consideration, said
Shorll. had influenced him.
Whuiher True had any mysterious influ-
ence with highly placed officials or infliifn-
ttgj titled relatives has never been answered.
His Imih certilicate gives no hint of any.
What was certain was that when he grew
Up ho had a chequered and dissipated career
in many parts of the world.
Ask-(or SCOTTISH
CREAM WHISKY at
Your Grocer
Some Say He Ha* 300,000.000
A recluse in a gilded cage
B) ISIDORO ilr PEDRAZA
LISBON, Saturday.
In the quiet, select, and superb
Avii Hotel. 81-year-old Calouste
Sarku Gulbenklan, believed to be
the richest man in the world, has
given peremptory orders to the
staff that tbe silence curtain which
cuts his suite, No. S2, from the
outside world must be drawn still
tighter.
He has been rather startled by
the searchlight of publicity that
has settled on him since the news"
was published a few days ago thai
he made another 500.000 In five
minutes when his shares in Shell
oil rose by 105. each because the
dividend went up.
Sacked, If
The hotel staff has been told
thai anyone who allows even a
letter to reach Gulbenklan will be
sacked.
So the richest man will in future
lead more of the life of a recluse
than ever in his modest-sued.
four-room suite with its gold and
marble bathrMn.
Slay-at-Home
S IK a lay ear
Few know Gulbenklan. Very
few have met him. He rarely
leaves the hotel, and when he does
it Is only for a tour in a sky-blue
American limousine with silk cur-
tains over the windows.
He hires It for 0 10s. a day.
and keeps it waiting outside the
hotel for ten hours every day.
They Bow
Naturally, he hates Journalists
and loathes photographers.
In the hotel the stocky, stooping
mulU'inilliocaire with i-und laca
blue eyes, and clipped while
moustache is invariably surround-
ed by deferential bowing.
After an 8 30 breakfast of cake,
lettuce, raw carrots, chicken liver
omelette, and lea. he spends the
day dictating letters and telegrams
to his globe-gird ling network of
agents. He has a woman secretary
with two assistants, who work in
lflil\s
An Epicure
Fowl to hai Ch4rr
One of the few visitors to his
suite is his personal doctor, who
tells Gulbenklan what his next
meal should not contain.
I.unrh around 2.S0 and dinner
at 10 o'clock Is served by Gulben-
kian's Russian valet, either in the
suite's glass-covered verandah or
at a special corner table in the
red-and-ivory hotel dinning-room
Fruit Flown
When out of Season
Gulbenkian is very fond of
name, particularly partridges,
freshly caught salmon, and the
centre of a sirloin steak. Out-of-
season fruit and vegetables are
often flown to him by plane.
During the day and sometimes
at night his Russian matd serves
irt.i champagne and North Sen
oysters
Despite his quiet life Gulben-
klan has the vigour of it much
younger man. He plans his daily
routine minutely and modestly.
because be wants to live to be
over a hundred, like his father H
proudly shows his fitness by doing
physical Jerks,
How mu.h i% he worth 5om-.>
ay 100 million, others as much
M 300 million. Probably he
doesn't know exactly himself.
Where did Ihe wealth come
from ? Oil which has made so
many men so infinitely richer than
other men,
He Knew Oil
'Was bora Into H*
He was brought up to know
about oil. He was bom in Con-
stantinople of Armenian parents
in 1889. a few years before the
first Baku oil well was sunk.
His father and uncle started an
oil business, and the son. after
seeking a civil engineering degree
in London, began to make con-
tacts in the Baku oilfields thai
were to prove vital to him.
At 27 he came" to London and
m 1U02 became a naturalised
Briton. He was sdbn representing
various Russian oil companies.
It was the start of the gigantic
game of power-chess with Gov-
ernments, kings and huge corpor-
ations, which he has played evei
nice.
His biggest deal was after the
llrst world war. He emerged
from it with a lifelong five per
cent share in the Iraq Petroleum
''umpany. That alone is estim-
ated to bring him in an income of
.'-.in r 300,000 a year.
Two Mansions
Palis and London
M- 0m 1920s Gulbenkian wv
gun iv
hut mansions in London and Paris.
trtl house, in which he
now rarely sets foot, is <>n the
Avenue d'lena. It has 108 i
including five drawing rooms and
a picture gallery. Police guard it
constantly.
It Is like a Florentine Renais-
sance palace. In size and splen-
dour the reception hall rivals the
palace of the French President.
Fifteen chandeliers hang from
the celling of the dlnlng-hall.
The roof is covered by a garden
with trees and hedges clipped in
Oriental shapes, fruit trees and
an orchid hot-house.
Art Dealing
LlWt.tW SrulDturea
Gulhenkian's art deals have
l>een as lavish as his busines<
When the Soviet Government
decided to sell the Imperiul col-
lection in 1929, his agents were
gtoia first choice. During the last
war his representatives bid
against Goering for war loot.
Now his collection include*
OHM of the world's best paint-
ings. Egyptian c-ulptures valued
at 1.000,000. medals, coins (ireek coin alone has been n
at 2.500) and rare tapestries.
lint is Gulbenkian happy with
all his riches and power ? Cer-
Udnly he is a nervous m,in. UvtafJ
in constant fear of being pestered.
His personal life has been mar-
red by recurring feuds with his
family over money His win
at Portugal's fashionable
' of Kstoril.
Gulbenkian has. in fact, la
thr Ditto) ujy that thgM ITS some
things in life that nv I i
L-E.SJ.
I U< u .is a Royal Flying Corp pilot in World
War I, but following a crash while training
and because of his eccentric behaviour he was
dismissed.
True re-emerged to infamy when, on the
morning of March, 1922, the body of Miss
Yates was found battered and bloody in her
apartment and the crime traced to him.
After being sent to Broadmoor, rumours
or True's influence continued to spread. It
was said he had two servants, breakfasted in
bed and generally "ran the asylum society
life."
But the "glamour boy of Broadmoor" had
Ihe ironical experience of outliving all the
famous men brought into prominence by the
circumstances of his trialwith the excep-
tion of one prosecutor and one defender.
Of them only Roland Oliver (now Sir
Roland Oliver, a judge) who took part in h
defense, and Eustace Fulton, one of the
counsel for the prosecution, remain.
Long smce dead are Shortt; Justice McCar-
die, the Judge who tried him; Sir Richard
Muir and Sir Henry Curtis-Bennett, leaders
respectively for the prosecution and defence.
Gone, too, is the famous lawyer Frekc
Palmer, who acted on his behalf: the Scot-
land Yard man who arrested him; the three
m. dual experts who after his trial declared
him insaneSir Maurice Craig, Sir John
BakM and Dr. Stanley Dyer.
Round these names centred a case unknM
in British legal history and in the public
passions it ovnked All are now deadbut
the controversy still rages and True's mys-
terious background as obscure as ever.INS.
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TUESDAY. JAST.VRY 53. lftSl
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Leaf Scald
Disease Of
Sugar Cane
PACE FIVE
TAME TO sen
> lr H........
h
caused by Xaa
j 4lk.lln.ao. It was i\r*t
reported frcm Java, and has also
o*i ierordd in Australia, Fiji,
the Phil ppmc. Mauritius, For-
mosa. Hawaii ami Brazil. Recent
jeporti indicate thai tit. daiaaaa
ha* appe;t'..i .,, Hntish Guiana,
-. MteM to the West of the
m-nu'iarj River: there is im ptv-
v'mi* record of its occurrence in
the Caribbean area
The characteristic symptom of
Lear Scald are a white stnpinu of
the leaves, followed by a drying
and withering of the crown
(which Hives the disease it- name)
and the proliferation of the side
Hhouu of affected dines, usual)v
from the lowermost buds upwards
There in also a reddening of the
llbres of affected canes, partic-
uiarly at the node*, which can
be seen on splitting open the
one* The drying of the leavea
J* followed by the death of the
"top." and the symptom are re-
peated successively In the side
(hoots which have developed.
Under certain conditions, particu-
larly if growing conditions are
favourable, the disease may remain
latent in the canes, and only mani
fell itself towards the end of the
growth cycle, or even only In
plants grown from cuttings made
frcm affected stools, or in subae-
CUent ratoonc. As a result, th<
disease nuy ha unwittingly car
Tied to new plantations or export
ed. if cuttings are sent abroad and
ertabluhcd .vftha.it appropi Lata
quarantine.
I-enr Scald Is spread by means
of infected cuttings, and by con.
tamlnahon of healthy cane bv
means of Infected knives used In
making cuttings. It
ably spread mechanii
ir the fields.
St. Michael's Infirmary
A Home Away
From Home
TO TilK POOR rVND DB8TTTUTI Bl MfchaaVl En
iiiiui> hi horiu- .iw.t\ from lionM rii. knatllutaoo
the laixeM .il it-- k,i i in r i. usluid flM Ult iimI"HImi-i
of a small villa^v when- everyone is iissocuiUil with .-. I
other
V\ neii an Advocntr i'|ii'.>-utati\v visited tlie Infirm-
ary yesterday tlie roll was 216 men. 270 women, 26 boys
and 21 girls. The staff is ft. nurses, the Superintendent
Mr. H S. W.ntiV. Matron |Q|g I*' Senhouaa, .m \
ICatron and two Senior Nti
Its own little scavenging snM ibo there but h<
nl is aqtilppskd ii!i hi Mad Whati aba Mtunaafl lo DV
donltaya and a ... aranl into the b
is used to pull a gig wlmh i i,. Btghl a** r-old Mis
en to the Parochial HuiMni,- Sarall I.IUn.y is perhaps (
morning. The drtvei of talkattvi patbaM. She forme'
PICTURED AT BBAWILL YE8TERDAT ware. Dr W Auh Oulf Oil. Miaagrr her* Mr Robert
L. Bonn-, from the New York office of the Oulf Oil Corpu. Mr Hoyt Uiemun, President ol the Men*
Orande Od Co Mrs Anas. Mrs. Bweiumd and Mr Sydney 8w-n-md. President of the Oulf Oil Corpor
ation of Pittsburgh. Dr. sod Mrs. Aaor war* at Seswell toMthi psrty on Mr. Swen.md and paYty
arrlvad bora on Saturday to sm the Island and to acquaint thenuelvea with local conditions under
Thay returned to VenesueU yesterday
which the Oulf Oil Co., Ltd., is working.
tic.,'
Sugar enne variet e
Barbados could get
also prob- deal more travel than she is get
lly by rats ling at present if the people hen-
would wake up and become
alive to the situation, Mr. Chas.
con*,,,,,.,, ,e, bjSrV R^KS&.^SSffi-.'S:
been of serious Importance, con- Mr 'iiemin* arriu^a vm
h boo* obtained by the atZ ."TrS'^T. "two
months' holiday. He was occom-
Barbados Is St. James Vestry Approve
Overlooking Action Of Sanitary Board
Canada E ST JAMES" VESTRY yesterday parsed .. wlr
confidence that the Vestry is latisfied that the Samtai.
Commissioner;, acted honestly and judiciously In carry int.
out their duties as Sanitary Commissioners to the best
varj
this gig takea down the books
Two masons are employed an.
there are two ambulances and *
quantity of pigs.
The patients arc granted two B.
ree days leave it tbaj
A pass is issued to than
th and with this last) i ..
atsfl Itrklgetown or
place from 10.00 a.m. until
clock in the evening.
The Mobile Cinema gives show-
HMil twice a month OlM W i
given last night The PoUeg 11,
gives only one concert
that Is at Christmas. Occasion-
ally patients arc taken for 'bis
tour* and sometunes to the otsssBU
fn 1949 they were taken to Par.. 1
at the Garrison on June B
Education
Hani roan ago tha bl
iuiN[iiai\ new
education at the Ilav Btl W
School Now tbara
oig boy and he abo attends Ai aWgi
-HEMINO
. best
interest of the parish. The Vestry passed the voU of con-
fidence after they had heard Mr. S A. Walrott refute
allegations he said Mr A. G. Johnson had made against
the Sanitary Board. Mr Johnson said he had nothing to
say when Mr. Walcott asked for an explanation
Putting forward the cases foi
the JaniUiry Commissioner, Mr
Walcott said that they had
on January -
panied bv
ng at the
his wife and is
Hotel Royal.
use of resistant varieties to
place the susceptible ones Va-
riety resistance testing is done
by the planting of artificially
inoculated cuttings, followed by
n careful observation of the re-
sulting plants over the jrrowrn,.
season.
In the cose of a new outbreak
of l^-af Scald, and until resistant ,
varieties with otherwise suitable ,0'"'h ", <"> * fringe of
qualities are demonstrated, the !s..t.0..b5_donP T.h,'v !,!'>" ,on
best measures of control are th<
careful selection of planting m
terial from healthy Held.
pinion
Mr. Walcott said that (here
met was no need for legal opinion
... of the A subsidiary Board was responsi-
SadJ hv M? i^Snd a"-u*'a,'t" b* 'o hP Vestry and they hart
,s need for !$?&. Ve^Jy- ^"consl^r" the Z^^SSE"^
moro hotel accommodation for 111., mailer Honi ihlnA
many lourtjw who would be com- The nrl alleKnlioi, which had Uncoil"
ng here In Ihc fulure The Ba>- been made was lhai no dairy A Bl
.ados I'nblicllj,-Commute* ar inspector, hid been apuolmed stifle Ihem previously I ihey
t&^J? t*. **& < ''""" '' S1 Jm"' Pri*h Still in would no, be jSSlC'JSt W
the island, but they are only Uio account,, a .talcment of the chai.man w.mte. .. he
IS V^rtErSlr&'SS, cou1**" "*"" "" """"
attention to America and are year, money paid for dairy m-
ovei looking Canada, the coniin,; speclors. After he had made
,ly. roun_lry r ,""' *orlcl- itiv^tigations he had found Hi t
>thei boy recently passed mil
'he school. He I
expects to receive ., hur-.ir>
The other U<^ ,,n i,
fOr elementary school* and th.
'i ajority of the girls are traiuf
rd lo the Nightengale Homa I
fore they are old enough for ad
v a need education
There is however a small DTav
paratory class Inside the iinlrm ii
where children from three vea.
upwards attend classes. Miss \
Small has been the mistress foj
the pan \m ,,
lived at Marhlll Street. Her
band was a schoolm;i-tcr m St
James. They had no children
Uelcina Carter ha*
(Kb 1119 She was
servant ,.1 I'assaaa !{.>i
and came in at the )
After tha became 111 she had ti
gjva up working
Maternity Wards
Attached t.. the Wo*nan*i Ouai
tem hi an Antenatal Ward Prssi
nant worrten are tre.itf.i In ill
I M- tsssss] t'li'sferrtM I
the maternity ward which i- only
, door-wa} Tliere an- ObI)
fiw palieiits m the Antenatal tie-
;>.irtTiient
Eight eases are at present m tu
M.tteniily Ward, but this can hoi.
20 and accommodation can In
made for more In case of erne -
aney
l.ittlr baskets are niUttwd k
Mtilhei-
put their babhM In tin TaV
utiiv alkiwsd in the
irioutn when nursing
midday yesterday tht
1' I 11 H I 1 V I
Each mother had i
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(SCRATCH GRAIN)
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due to Surplus Stock.
AMIATH 20', - 37.-. Keduccd to Mc
3 13 ao- - J7c. 33.
5 Pkt. S(l'< SI 83 II. ft)
coming
plot had been arranged
and the prevention of transfers Thc """'hei of passports issued no money had been pmd to the
of cane material from infected ,n tno United States ond Canada Sanitary Inspectors of St J
areas to those which are free of Pro^* "1> Canadians travel for carrying out Da;
the disease. "" * ,m> oth*r people in ti
lhai
the world per capita of populn- The second allegat.
The Importation of cane mate- tion a toilet was built i
rial into Barbados is prohibited Statistics published roeutlv la during one year and ...
by law; new varieties from abroad the Canada-West Ind'es Magu lowing year another loilel
that are required for breeding zinc show that one out of every built on the same
are only Introduced after the 539 people in the USA. recelv- If there were the slightest
most rigorous quarantine mea- ed passports as against one out of trace of truth in such statements,
sure* have been taken Conse- every 224 in Canada. Mr. V/alcou said, the uambafi
quently. it would be impossible Now that import restrictions Ifl of the Sanitary Board would be
for a disease such as Leaf Scald Barbados are loosening up, Mr unfit to sit around that Board
lo be brought to Barlwrios except Heming said that Canadian Under the circumstances thay
In cane stalks or cuttings im- manufacturers and food produ- would be nothing but thicw if
]:orted without the knowledge of cers are looking forward to big- they had paid out money rn|cn
the Customs authorities. fiei marked foi thali produ b had not Man rauetttd Boa
New Boards
As the time was coming for
members of the different BoartM
to be appointed, he wanted Mm
alter cleared up so that
' lhai .. iiinplaiiM (hut
subsidiary Board could not
laid to the Vc.-M.v
Mr. A I. Jtfraan Mid lhai.
he too. as a member of tha
Sunitary Commissioners fell
ins per- that the Vestry should kAO*
ome of the allegations which had '
'enly on the roll Th<- Ihraa- i,ti|
ar-olds know letters, by 111
md are now learnlnK to" writ ;
The quarters for men act
tomen are each equipped with
wo dining hallsone on the hi
-ii floor and the other upstair
The Chaplain gives his Suiida.
ervlcas In the top floor dlnlni;
lall. One Sunday it I,
md the other for irosssn
ilways a good attendance tte>
Hinds is acting for Ra* |
M.lone. the Chaplain.
All the dining halls are kept In
D vi^ry sanitary condition.
i iii~ with
Around
',,. baMaa
at lunch
mllo an iiei f.nc
This waul i- i varj room whleh has two hacli
for these wards enter th*
infirmary tegularly and at an>

Tlie ward averages M5 babie-
N'.ii H !l Jones Is It
charge She has been there since
H39
ihe Children'.
2 cradles and
beds. Thei
. pa
Wa .1 there
number ol
also n beau-
llfiil dining rOOBI which is nlotPOd
wiih 1 Traa at ChTsatraa <"
I'ttle bey was engaged ruling h
rocking horse for many hou
"OI6 Timers'
The women's quarters
1 their old timers. Perhaps th
been made and | 'h.-m n fuwd oat Industrious patient 1 ].\ |
Holctown They had had absoluteh no fiurse. She makas rug mats ami
the ioi- cfaanca .if dafaodJni tlst elvi aiai tliein at prices from flu cenis
t Noinn,.!,..!, Day do three shillings sh<- sjau nanj
The Chairman said thai in the orders for these mats llnth Si
ntarest of peace it might be well i.rattan Bushe and Lady Blood
if they heard what Mr Johnsoi
had to say on the matter
.ny nothing
1 the island.
aterial
Parochial Treasurer
Of St. Joseph Resigns
the time for the appointments .,,, ,nr '
came, the Vestry would know
whom to put on the Board and
MR. A. A. B. GILL, Parochial Treasurer of St. Joseph. He would show to the Vestry,
has resigned from that post and the members of thc Vestrv hc **ld- **! there was not on.
accepted his resignation at their meeting yesterday. S&V iohn^n "*'"'""'
A letter w-as read by the Chair- Mr j M Crlck ^^ ,. ,IV
Daan from mi 1,1. umng ih.,i w,,ui,i >ubiait veiv ttongb that
owing to ill-health and on the the motion made bv Mr Walcott
recommendation of his medical wa, n0l m order
pracUtioner, he was forced to | the first place, he said, it
rCR's*n was brought by the Sanitary
u_ 001 __j__ ,, Commissioners. He was wron-
Mr. 0111 hud wrved the parirfi d,r| ,, ,ho SaillMr Commu-
i"."L *nd *. T""" Woucni p that Board tiien existed
uld tuke enecl from
Healed By
Faith
hen they were
nat in two days If chips an
ible. She would welcome any
hips that are sent to her She h H
also taught few other pa
make mats
She is now 58 but at b
infirmary in 1921. She was the-i
a hawker of Greenfield
Jane Graham (7). a m
>f Bay Street, trai admitt..i .
1842. She beean.i- -in ,.l.|
woman patient after anouY.'i
woman, who was over 100, di,
riH-ently.
When the Aavaeale s.v. Jan.
^esterday she was an Joy n
|-ll! | .1 'J^|l| WUh l nd traah meal bobbing up an.
down. She soon after aakad foi
wine and was told by the
(iovl. In. estiija lion
Mr Crick said that the besl
way lu ..ir the subject would be
to get an investigation by Gov-
ernment
After Mr. Crick had (spoken
Mr. Walcott then asked fa tha
Minute Hook Of tin
He then showe that
Minute Book
Board of Sanitary Con
had made appointments for Dairy
Inspectors.
From the boori it wa
lhai Mr K Mc Clean. Mi fsVtd
and Mr. I-ovell. thrw sanitary
inspectors, had been a| polDta 1
dairy inspectors and paid
Mi Crick, Mi
for over
nation
More faith healing reports w
given the Advocate yesterday.
Ethel Waite of Richmond Gap Miirch 31 1951
said that she had to use eye glass- Mr r A wuiinmc -.aid tha-
e, lor ,r. If .h.Ih3 Bm hrMdr^Sy ^reTl'^Kt M? Glli *t^ "^TZ "*'-
anvlhint. Today idle on do wilh- was ,OICfJC l "^a ^..i ,'lWr f the
outthem and can .ee quite well ., . d ,r<., ,, ,,, cuMion wi
The chanse look place la.t week VMn ha,, , ,., hl, ,,,.
in Queen's Park. Waite had been ,,. .
attending the meetlnaa loins on
there and had got the preacher to Mr. Cox. Mr. Ilayncx anil
prav for her. She was told to Mr Button also a d cle .1
have faith in Cod that she would Ihetr <|Uota and aaid lha:
he able to see as before. She had Mr Gill had done admirabl..
done this. work for the parish both as a
Waites feet are also affected Hud Inspector and as Parochial
She has been Instructed to pray Treasurer,
and have faith that these will . ,
likewise be healed She la doina Th1, Chairman endorsed th,-
this, (he laid, and feels certain remarks of the previous apeakri.
that she will get results. ond added that ho hoped Mi
Gill would be spared for many
Received Sight years to enjoy his retirement.
Another woman who calls her- Thc Vestry made the following
self -sister" Bovel), said that she "ppoinlnu-tits: Delegates at Synod
lives in St. Joseph and is a mem- !"r l9;'" Mr A Carte, am'.
ber of the Pentecost Church Her "r, J*"'' Challenor for the
yes were affected since 1ITC7 Fm E",l,h Church and Mr E II
Ions lime everything was just f-1"' ,' a " ""<"
a blur. On Wednesday night in '"" si- Ann '
the Park when the preacher toU Official Weigher of motor ve-
all who needed healing to pray to nic|es: Mr Oswald Walker
u*1; J'?. i I y Building Committee: The
would be healed, she had done churchwarden. Mr. H. A Carter,
this and felt a change on the spot. Mr A P fox Mr w V Good.
Boyell said that she can now ln,. Mr. C A Williams
see before her clearly, though Thp Vestrv considered the F.s-
she has not yet got the oppor- ,imat (or Po<)I belief for the
tunity for the preacher to pray vear ]-,
!ne cu.,^ ,UUC" h" "" N*i Claim. Committee
r-.u TnrAa m i.i... i ,.. i.^ "he Vestrv recommended lli.il
Cecil rorde, a blind man who w ti.T rh..ll..,.,r Mr u &
begs alms about the City, had ?. "d Mr c ri.*. L
been blind for nearly eleven *"'.' i ,k d i J^f
years, he said On Sunday night T^? '"'Jjjf p"'> Oaln;;
- Queen's Park, the pfeacher Committee This wa. a. a result
..dtlit.....al pay Mr Crick. Mr '" ""f '""' u>' ""' ""' '
Walcott said, was at the aaM '" '""<> g" tttal I
me when that was decided Mr in'ioory is not very good.
Ji.lSnson was on Uie Floard sub- Martha Green Is now M sii.
.eiiuonily and did not know what entered Ihe institution when in
was taking place a*os 74. Martha never heard .
On March 13 1950 it wa; radio before entering this inn
* had any right to bring a motion *- 'Xu he Sanitary ,,i .' ,
: 2ZZ3L III VSXX. SSV^-ESr? In.!,. i
had prayed for him and touched "' ,",''"2?"1Z?. SSE '"t.^01"
his eyes. He saw something like '.' P,srJ",r> I"',. *""'
a shadow passing over ho; "eyes. ^ "" .' C^Ji^l"""
II was the preacher's hand. He S^SS," aCh.k.7"1," "' ,
had been quite unable before to C""""''"T "" .,,.h,., -I believe." he sSftE^H,^, \J,
ee anything
*iald. "that in due course my
aight will be entirely restored
F have bean told to have faith
that It can be done."
harl
1
tent Ion of
of the Coi
TTie Vestry' appointed th
Churchwarden. Mr. L. E. Smitr
Mr J A. Havnes. Mr C A
Williams and Mr A P Cox,
Committee to investigate the
Farley Downes. 69, of Lodge aalarien of parochial em,
Hill. St Michael, died suddenlv The Chairman told the Vestry
at his residence on Sundav night 'hat the Colonial Engineer had
A post mortem examination was nude a proposition to the Ves-
held yesterday by Dr. A S. Ashhy *-ry to provide two latrines for
who attributed death to pneu- the Pariah Church along with the
monla. fh aa f*a 7
DIED SUDDENLY
tors, should not get t
salaries, bul one salary
occasion, too. the salari
Wen increased.
That was a denial of Hv DI '
false allegation*. Mr Walcoit
said.
On the "two toilets on tin- Mine
spot" allegation. Mr Walcott
again produced the Minute Books
through tiM derk. to :->" that
$585 had been voted t.> build a
toilet In Holctown That had
l>een found to be >nad|Uata and
n subscxiuent vote of mi was
voted to complete the t *M "
that meeting. Mr. Johnson was
there. __. ,
Revenue Copies Audited
Mr .lohnson ksarw 01
ie toilet. Mr Walcott said
Mr Johnson had also been ra
. ,vm| audited conic of the
had to come to the attention ol revenue and expenditure w
the Vestry. If there were Mj pariah from 1947 and *" "T*
doubt as to whether the nueHion hatching up incorrect st;.'<
should be discussed, he was win- a- churchwarden he * pHnte
Ipone It and seek leg d On Page 3
the second place the in.ittcr
\-., :, wholly privale one T^ie
allegations had never been mane
at any meeting Of the Vestry
They were made In public et
Nomination Day when most of
the people who thought ihp>'
were involved were present am'
they had an opportunity then to
explain to the public The Ves-
try needed no explan.r.
Question which should not have
come before it at all
Finance*
The Chairman said that the
Sanitary Commissioners were
responsible lo the Vestry. Any- of the toilet,
thing that happened lo that Board.
especially to the finances of
no" her hobby every tiny
stand under the lUdio Dlstn-
VK^ utlon Th* nurw* he to for*
.. had l"f * ",kv h" meals and th-,
M is bach to the radio again
Radio Struck
She kg still quite strong bul I
1 i the opinion that the radio i .
' Ouiwar Ii speaking lo I
:( ;.iiin,un.er her iiu-
m Bha formeriv uaad I" ha
1 ibourai of Ifpiier <
Hock
Marttg Lowe was admHtad ti
:y|7 when she was B2 \ ,
f 9.". she Is now without hag n
tiong
Anothi-r Marli: .
"me of Hlackman. I* M
'rong. She used to live at Perk'
Hill, onlv a few yard< iwai fi
' he Tnnnnary.
Tliompson Woori who
"Iso lost her memory
A rare case is that i
Oumba, She is now about 75 bn
was admitted only in June
In The Laundry
Fifteen araabers and an iroiiei
fa .miiloyed in the WashlBJ d
i.iilin.iii \li" < Viigil ll
l..undi> mistress and seamstress.
Ail i toil an m.nit
u Mil tha ii iBrauir] Sootatimaa
patatnti asaiat Miss Vimil with
ewing.
wiuii- tin- rwadjaworl. is done
I 'hi- hulUi-
Ing, washing goes on below Mr
note | Cyril Viuighan Is in Otargl l I llM
iKiihinos.
Thg toundn u qulpvad with
ntodarn macUnary, A Una wash
in,. mafhltH trai put flown a year
,;i>. It h.is Iwii i niiipii tment-r.
i ich holding ovei PHI g.innenl*
There Is also another washing
m iiiiini' hut this is an okaH da
inn niada itioallj nit of wood
i: MM tin ill.st lliat the inllrmary
had and that was when Mr John
Heckles was C:hurchwiirt'eii.
After tha ii.'Uie ira brought
(ran tha warda tha wshers
i
in bskaa out and Ihaj ara thao
put Into the washing machines
I i s ,ii' w.i In.I im li.ilt :ni hoili
nit rlnaad for the samp amount
of lime
Prom the washing machines they
go into the exti.ic ' i w here the
water is nried out more efhelentlv
than if they were rung by hands.
ItM list slage Is when tlu-y -ire
n tu d mi J Simplex Iftingi
, i|oi|>ment will soon b*
ihe laundrji m I ttj
When tins is done it inny Dot he
necessary to dry thc dollies in Hie
-un Tin. couipiiicnt is already
n UW lilenil .-
i Porda iii.s baan In
i ..k al th.* InBrrnary i"i
I i ...is. Ills auist-
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I :,y to b fed
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Tl'ESDAV, JANl'ARV !J. 1131
BASBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. st. james vestry
I'X'.l SEVEN
TCLCTHONE ISO*
. i- o mi Bow er..

DUr be
' 11X1 FVi.
Be Ihe >.na.r.liM. beg
taa-otagB iru. medlu-i to thank an ihote
who -ei.t a, ... Bnd itirPI
or in any ethn > *.plr>*rt] thelr
i ..ur recent brrea.e-
ti-nt. i-Biind ( Ha dc.th ol Marian
Piisnm I n Hill
I..na Ptigr.m Ollvar, Al-
l-in and Albert ii iherai I*ohj i.i.t
i ...... Burtram
M aitd BfM -nep-
fl.lSI-ln
.nde-mianed tnrouah
H\..|AM -We the
till" medium beg
kind Irtenda who attended the fui-erol.
rent Bowers at any way vmpathiaed
With UB Ouru> mil' r*.r.l lri^itln '
.11
... m m. riaa NagtBak Bi.it- j a>n o
tarsi hmmp i.,..,. Hunanbe i>i
I S Maaaiah
F#JR KKWT
HOUSES
COnUllUllg 4 (
- ptsj '
rs i i-m
KEN-CRME'. -a- u*. >Hdr'(
ithibcbe. to approved munii liari
d cutlery optional AveiiaOt. rebiuor-.
aid. Tot particular, dial KM any
-lav except Sunday. IB I IItin
bWANIM a
.rniihad R.ms.iow at Kunhmi 4 Bad
I Telephone K.idio Crage
td available n PHxvwry. Dial atft or
*)
TRINITY COTTAaEv-St Jama. Cooat
Fully furniahcd containing 1 bedroom*,
etao a telephone AvaUabla (or month* ol
uarv lo May and AufMM to D*C*m-
IBM. Phone SMS. 31 I.SI->
roii SAM.
Il HLir KALES
AUTOMOTIVE
CAM rumen tr. T
ivund. An
I \ OM IM1 Mm In perfect
B.I ....
.1 Kll C II lllilonir,.
CAR -Du ick S law Modal, impact Ion
.nviied WHJami. aMUHlM. Worth!.*
_^^^^^^ Mlfc-Ui
1 Mm Mm Cowl. Pick-up.. I Mom.
Cowley Van and I 10 hp t'llli. C- I
ml. week, with Irs* than 3500 mil**..
At <-on.idr.ablr nduello.i A Chance
not lo be n .i.ted FORT HOYAI.
l.APAOF. LTD Telephone 4AS4
JO .1 H 4,,
up. aaloont
r-mvrd. Dial 4*11 COURTESY GARAGE
lt.1 II*n
UAMaT Traclora 41
leal wiwtli F-uj.iiri.-
roi'BTERY OAHAGK
1SI3ISn.
tUCTOK Ot .
VBLOCETTF, MOrr -Dona under l.OOn
mib-a. a. new A real bargain at 1630 00
COLTITFSY CARAOIv. Dial 4010
10 I SI On
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By instructions irivrd I mil x-ll gg
Thm-d.,.. J.muarv J.'ih ol m/ aim
Shepherd Blrret. ihe following A eel ..:
Toyo. compntrd ol BattlcWiip*. Fi> -
Entnne.. Racing Car-. Smflrd Animal,.
Jir Saw Plinlaa, lUth Sponge*. Blo.lf
Rm M" !>, BKvri, Guarda. Poti.
'"ppria. Scootari. La mo
>hada. Lighl-llouv Matchaa Mr Ratai
T*rm oaah.
tafcr The numimfl Hiumt
Bv in MIHWni racaii-od from thr I,
R..d on Fllday'lha *Kt!
if January, ballnnlnf at I o'clock. Onv
D'Arr) A Srolt Auction! H
El I.M 4n
Jo OBiry more we*jfht lhan a
lilUe boy m the rood.
Mr Walvott then ctilted on sir
JohnaOfi lo jive an xi>lantion
MM Mi JAmon taiaj h* hd
lothinf to *a>-.
Mr. Jordan said lht hr wu a
n.rmb*r or the Sanitary Commii -
aionen and when Mr. Johnson s
rhurchwarden said that money
pasard through channels frhaM
never existed, sullying reflrctiont
*re cast en him. He would :>t
aocept ihoit- remarks as accidental,
but thought they were designed.
The Ve*try would have to cortte
io a decision, for he would not
Im> ncsorlaling; himself on pertain
Hoards in which they were metn-
b*n who publicised Incorrwi
Matemcnts of the Board.
Mr S Malah *aid thai the oc-
currences were very annoying It
was wrong for a man who
churchwarden to go around mak-
ing statements which he knew
bo incorrect. He was railing
a vote of censure. Mr Massiah
Me Ihen made a motion for |
vote cf Confidence and Mr. Wll
klnson seconded It.
Mr. Crick said that he could no
rubwnbe to the resolution for th*
IM KIII *mrTU*,H
NOTICK
HKAL ESTATE
PAki.H or *i imi ii
Soaird Taodat* lor nplarlnc Ina r
ol lha St. Philip Pnrlah Cbui
markad on lha anvatnpa Tandar
Chureb calllns-aiill b. racalvad bv
undcraimad not later lhan Stlh Jan
Pl.n. and aparlncallnna can ba aaan
at toy Offer- on any OfHcp day
BUHaasail ronltactor niu.t ba prrp*r*e
lit romplFlc thi |ob to tha aallatacttoh
"f lha ll Hid I rommnirr
s*j J. S W SCOTT.
Clark to in* V-.tr
SI Philip.
MAM ta
'*! aq n. M |
ten. Stora Rim
p-rticLilara apply I
I3IM
ILKTRICAI.
f HIClDAII'-K
Tha undcinanrd will ffrr lor aala h>
public romprtitiim ,n lhair ofUca No 1!
ISh Mr-M. Drulart >un mi T'mr..l%
1 | lha Irarhold
dwrllli-nhri'.-r cbIImI
II. HI I 111
In ancallanl ordct and racmtlv rcnovnlad.
In nth Avaoue. B.IHvilla. with t.nK
anuarr (aal of land. Dtawins. dlnttis
and braaKla.t room.. 4 badrooma. bath
ond tollat und klichan Double arJc
- ii
I' H-l>-jlntr
II..
RADIO (In. Hi Rddyolona modal S 04
R-dio in oKcHlant condition. No raaaon-
ablr nffri rFTuard For (urlhrr par-
culani pht.i.r SMI. balora IM am and
trialan
COTTUT. CATFORD i ii, Ban
Jl.Ul-an
FURNITURE
;>,
1-inviTI'"' "untrd Proaara. and
aanf-ln. ',.. Ruah Cftalr.. Mahi.s-
n> neak Mahoranv oo\-*M
Mattraur und Linen At
Thrkwnv" Ma.tmsa Main Rd near St
latiniaa Gap. Apply C B Jemmott
H i u ii
riTlNITL'nE-Ralph Re.m ,ilr-.. the
followlnf New Mnhofaii' furniture;
Dtnln* Chalra fill 00 par pr Tub Chair.
P*r pr.. Cocktail table* 110.00 Te
Irull-y. SISOO. SUaamllntd Mom. chn.
833 00 each: Vanltlr. *MM each alao
unpainted ruah rhadra. roeheTa and
tool, not I or ret uii; a large aaaortmant
of rood aerond hand furniture. Call at
Ralph Deard'a fuml'hinr .how room..
Hardwood Allav. Open a.m lo 4
FOR BENT BALB OB LEASE
BAGATELLE HOUSE. SI. Thorn.. Up
(lair. Cloerd G.llri-% Drawing and Din
In foam. BraakTaat room and Kltchen-
etu ? bedroom, runiunf wa|ay in each.
Toilet and Baih DOWNSTAIRS C-^*
Gallery. Uvln-room. Rrcakfart room
f.nd Kitchenette. 7 Badrooma Toilai and
Balh. HectrW l.i|ht and Talepbona
Applv Manser of Baiatrlle Plantation.
St Tbon-a. Dial 23X1. 31 1.31 n.
ItlUNE ,
isibi-
MECIIAN-ICAI.
BaCTCLI Obi Hopprr Racing Mode
I" i.i-llint condillon For further p-i
iicu1.ii. Phono MM. 21 1.11 3
Hh'YC-lje Gent. Model B.--lelh Ml
aood condition will. 1 St"d and Dyiw>-
II .b. nice St&OO Applv !
MISCELLANEOUS
flUCKEN ESSCNCE A. you can.
..I .it raasna CkkBans '-i we hair
in dock "Brand* Chwkaw Baaanee'
made from fre.h!r killed Bru,lim VHU.
nut and I. full nl noui i-hmrttl KniffM
Ltd Blll-tn
J Ull'llt.'llS Completalt new. am-il
ne Ijidle. Cream Riding Jodphuro. C
I* Rice made 113 00 Phone SI04
llenjamin 23 I al--Sn
INDIES SI-OKT COATS lor -o.il
Fawn, beige, wine and black
in aaaotled uic BJS SO Modem Draao
sno ppe. S3, i .si -an
MIIJX Knwdarrd Milk In I lb TtnJ
NulrKla. Select a Dallv Brand". AI->
New Dnlch Cheew f ct. per lb S F.
Cole A Co Ltd Dial J*J5.
3J.ISI3n.
PI ASTIC PTaJOU. Raincoats. Shot
rip.. Apron-.. Table CIoUi. Bablr.' Pi
lie.. Modem Dieaa Shoppa
S1.19I-
CAVS a I.M hi- i i \- I MLIS-
We will aol up for aala by Public
Competition at wur Ofncc J.me. Slreet.
on Friday tnd February 1931. at 2 pn>.
CAVE a. ROACHES Pl^NTATIONS
situate in Rt Lucy and ron-alr.lns by
c.tlmnllon H2 aCro 3 rood. S3 perche.
of which about 41 acre are arabie
Th* acreage i. made up a. follow,
a*", acre, lit crop cane, ready foe
raping.
14 arrea voung cane*.
M acre, aour graaa.
P acre* S3 perchei in prcpainiioi.,
road*, yard, elc
Inapection on appiicalloti to Mr
Ormond Knight on >he pramla*..
YEARW'JOD \ BOYCE.
PERSON Al.
The puhh. -ir hofwBj named agAinrt
giving credit In mv wife. Jeaaallne
I : da not hM
1
I nnlleei *wder Hgn
gd fAi.vm imiownb
aton ilii
SI Je.ne-
Thr public are hereby -amad at-b,.*
giefehl ctedjt t- v wila. Edith l*a*h>
irae Jordan! a. I du no! hold myaell
i eapon.l ble for her or anyone el.r eon-
dflM or debia In my name
unlae* bv j v i Hint order nad bv m
Rajtl FRANK lASIHJ^'
ratrfleld l^nd
T.idor llnde
331 sian
PERMANENT ivardleo for your record
player, and noodle* of all kind*. Price
tl 04 Record* Of all kind, too A
HARNEB A CO. LTD. D.IXM-l.Ln

Feather.. Floncr..
c. A Edgra In a Larg
nablc price*. Modern
23 I
SEA SICKNBB8 Wbv be .ick
i. aea or air Yoi
enjoy your trip bv uaing the n
Sick romady KWEhLS you e
H al any Knight' Drus Sioia
STOCKINGS 11 g-.uge F
aiockmg.. SS 14 Ladle, and
Ankle Sock*. M lo M cent*
i,,. aSfajM nisi
SKIRTS. BLOtTSEH SHORT.-. lo .
large variety. S3M lo *. Moderi
Drefa ShOppO. 33.1 SI-On.
THERMO-l Fl^SKS Make awr* 0*
DBO now They will Ba mora ox pan-
alve lte. All .i/e. KNld" * DKt-'O
STORES STOP THAT COUGH by ludng
k ight i BMraeaial Couafe Kmm a-
like magic Kulghl Drug Store.
23 LSI -In.
LOST VfMTKD
HKOOCH Largo round Sliver
Brooch daaignrd Boor bud and leave*
sentimental Value. Reward Phono tSOO
33 1 SIin
PLOT Or SALE AND COPY ne.
lalning lo Mr-. Helena Hoi lord 1*1
l*nd Finder pl'aae rtlurn to Advocii.
Company. II I SI It,
. Johnaor Stable.
Teeth Loose
Gums Bleed.
The pubtk- are hereht warned ag^Inil
giving credit to m> nlle IJEOTTA
ORBBN tore Trotmani a. I do not hold
mvrell rerpon-ible for har
r'.wr conlracting any drbl or dehli
Igd'rHARIR* flREENF.
While Hill
WANTED
HELP
NOTICE
I'vniMi of rtntrs-T curatB
Sealed Tender*. imaiked on the
envelope Tender lor Loan'', Will be
received at tn' office up lo 3 00 p m oO
Mondny 2SSh January. 1SAI. for the loan
of til.im lo lha poii-h. at a rat* of
iTiterwl not rarredlng 4 to tie lepaUl
IB tiller ii equal In.talment. of C l*>
each commanclng |tt the month
Ocioher i*S
WOOD GODDARD.
Clerk of the Ve.try.
Chrnt Chu
PICK WICK
Member, are kin
th-ii gear a. tho |
hare been handed .
i-rirket A*a
notick
lie. reapon.lble for any loa
iot collected ImtneoUatelv
H. D. KIDNEY
Hon. Beer eta rv
tl 1 SI(
til I I) ll\KRlSONIAN PKK'IETY
There will ba an open dav al Herri-
aon Collese lor all old b*y on Wednr>-
dav r-Brunr> flh
Old Bo.** Cricket match 1130
Ten 3 13 to 4 IS
Cocktail- 130 lo 1 pm
All Old llarrtaonlan. who will be-
attending .ire aiked to nolil% DM *
retarv hv February Xnd Bubwription
vote- of conAdertec He would m
caait Mi Walcott k discusskm
explanation.
A MksoN Point
To his mind the rirctim*ian>
:hal had given birth to the ns> -
sity for the explanation were pat -
inotiiu to if four of their numbera
had gone into Sandy Lane wat>1
and had yelled allegations at eavh
othor. That would have- ha I
nothing to do with the Vestry II
-houkl never ha\-e come t^fDre Bie
Vestry
He had previously heard M
Walcott uphold Mr. Johnaof
'haraeter and he could not are
how there could be such a raidk il
i hangje In so short a space of llni.-
Mr It S. Ftancroft said that i|
was the duty of the Vestry to mny.
investigations into any allegaito
which were made against subi
fa Boards.
Mr Crtclr. and Mr Holder ai.
siained from voting for or afatn |
the vot of confidence Mr. Johi-
Oal *-oted against it The meii>
bors who voted for It wart: M
S A. Walcott, Mr J H WilRi-
son. M.C P.. Mr. A L Jordn-
Mr R S Bancroft. Mr E. Ms -
siah and Mr. S Maaiiah
Throe New Toilets
The Vestry agreed inai thr.-.
toilets should be built, on* in Fit/
Village, our In Payne* iiay and |hc
other at Reid's Bay and three
baths at other points in the [*aris(-
The Vestry earn* to that deviate.
When Ihcy were considering .
motion b. Mr. Walcott that the
Vestry express their opinion i
the toilet and bath question l i
that the Board which would hav.
to vote for their building, should
'now the feelings of the Vestry
Three members gave notice I
motions they intend to discuss al
-mint; Vestry meeting*
Mr. Crick: That the subsidlatv
boards of the Vestry furnish i
" ":> financial gtatement an I
report of the Vestry by the 28*.t
day of each month and that .1
meeting of the Vestry be mminc -
M on the following Monday '
insider and discuss such finanC 1
xtaiement and report.
Mr. JolinwoH (a) that the Vc-
y appoint a board of cnquiiy
find out why tenantry roj.is
arc in such a dilapidated .in-
ditlon.
Are the Vestry aware of the dis-
satisfaction that exist in the pur-
h by rate payers*
(bl That the Vestry dlscu-s
'ays and means of erecting
latrine and bath at Hoytet Villa [f
ud Skon Hill.
(c) Recommendations to tbf
Vestry to revise the salaries of fi
matron and nurses at the aim-.-
house and provide better housing
(dl That the Vestry should ho:
a Vestrv meeting at least once
month la fulfil the work of thr
parish.
(el That the Vestry consider In-
creasing the allowance of the ol-'
and destitute parochliil pensioner*
and make it at least 72 cents In-
St. MICHAEL'S
INFIRM A IO
# Frees page a
Qea Is now betru
il-ree gas boiler* are ah
ng uted Forde M eaajki toiler *bM
latci Qbm Itoii.....n hold o
i:allor of water
tteveri women arr r
the kitrhen PeU-m.. fJay, tl..
dumpling spectaliM" in-.
working at the In
past 20 years Sh. .ft- ,
neals
Mi's I Squires is in
Mir two xtore rooms. She wag at
the Intiirtiary for ihe past ?5 years
find ft'rmeily worked a< n nurst*
She tilled the post of -Irirrkeepri
i*ra yean Bgki
There ;rc Hint- Bk |
.omen and one b.>v 1,1 the T.B
Ward They arc .ill
kBjj
The Diipeiuaiy u at the en
irance. Mr T. J Smith has been
druggist thete for 12 years
Patients irom outside the lanlrm-
fcry are alao gi\-en free medicinv
t thlt, dispensary. Wnvn thc>
nnnot pay a doctor Ihcy go to the
Poor Law Inspector who in turn
M'tids ihcm to cither of the law
1'M.Os They either brln| then
prescriptions to that diapensarV
or take Ihem to the clinic at the
r.irochial Huildings.
No ^ite can enter tlie IBjaflnar!
without Aral meeting the Uateniaii
His quarters are also at the en
irance. below the din>< i-> -
The nurses' dormitory, like (he
tards. is equipped with a Radio
Distribution They kdivg .1 dining
irom. kitchen and sitintg rootr)
i.pstnlrs where they ean^jilertmn
(heir friends when oft duty.
The charge nurses work during!
Ihe day all the time, but other
nurses work for two wick- on
cay duty and two weeks on Bight
.luty.
When the infirmary v.
U 1884 Mr. Waill.e. gi.iiuli.itinn
ot the present Superintendent.
was made Supeiinientient So fai
three geneialions of Waith--. have
served as Su|>enntendent-
i'tinx-fiittf 1 i'<-ttmtrvr Rvslgna
. SJ) rrnm |.*ee ;.

I Mr H A
'
I sheba after a recent
..nd on in.-Uon ol Ml \
kstd to
[Churchwarden t.> maka
I mate T
there
the In
V.

intent inn to put


moans for thr
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SHIPPING NOTICES
Ki-nu s ^HsnAsii
Lue.l M .m, f,r Model. 1,.
MNKI V it>V!all with
:ii.', 1..,,
-ii 1 1 1 ti. II Lamp
" 1 kggej
AT
" MV.OVS STAUONERV
and
II \i(HU \KI
-o\Tr.v, si am ti iv ,. ..
/! tsi, iar irsinn
-AN/ 1 IV.
SS rONOAKIRal |. rhclulcd to
ilt Adelam, Jrnu.r..... IBaKrn^
wZaSK"** ' "-^-
.T^1 v* "* ample .peer | guard
*-*- .1 Ooarnraj Cargo
Cargo acerted on through IlilU of
Lading with Icn.Mpenent 't TllTigad
In- RrtUU. OwUn..' Barba,,.,. wlti*
ward and lamM l.land .
For further partKulan apply
fvrnbss. emtY a company.
Liatrncn
Ttfldad.
Ill
4k DA GOSBM .v 1 1 ni
Barbados,
. .
and I'aasonger. for BY
ijreiad. aii'l Anib- '<
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li:- VSMMTIATIOV Inr
Telephone: HIT
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DKPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT
Vacancies for Road Overseers, Grade II-
APPLICATIONS are Invited for appointments to vacant posts of
Road Overseers, Grade II. ... ,1
The posts arc pensionable, and the position within the salary scale
which is ($480 x 48 1.200 (KB 1 1.272 x 72 1.440) will be de-
termined in accordance with the experience and qualification ot tne
The appointment will be on one year's probation in the first in-
stance and will be made subject to the selected candidates being
passed as medically M for employment in the Public Service.
Candidates, who should be between the ages of 25 to 30 years and
who should have had some experience in road work, must be able
to read and write English, lo keep correctly the Labour and Distribu-
tion Rolls, to set out and measure up all descriptions of road work
and to perform any other duties that may be required of them by the
Director.
Each successful cBndidate will be required to keep a motor vehicle
for use in the performance of his duties. A travelling allowance will
be paid in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling Allowance
Regulation* in force.
Applications, which should be submitted on the prescribed form
obtainable from the Colonial Secretary's Office and sealed In an en-
velope marked "Application for post of Road Overseer. Grade II. De-
partment of Highways and Transport," should be addressed to the
Director of Highways and Transport and will be accepted up to 4 pm.
on Wednesday 31it January, 1S1.
21 l.Bl>n.
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AMD TRANSPORT
Temporary Employment for Road Supervisor*
Road
hEciir.TAfiv ioi iiifKuiv (mill
urn salary iioojn
gethor win
nub
1 .- .
Bigg
free light. Holer and Use*
ol Golf an .dv.ntaae
Apply r.-. Idler only, forwarding re-
farwner*. loThe Secretary. Coll Chtb,
Bockle'. Bl 91t f ii.
Vacanrle. IH In DOklsn Department
Of a Went Indinn Petroleum Renner*
lor Trained Ih-aughSamen. capable ol
CBS, and chemical engineering prolecle
Applicant. must have tho Britlih
Hilher National OrUfkatr or it. U H o'
Canadian equivalent and .hould be
prepared to it" proof of techniial jbil-
Ity by Interview or esamlnalH>ii
Application., living full dlalln and
en parlance, accompanied by a recent
paaaport photograph, ohould be addreaa-
rd lo Meaar*. Da Coaln ft On Ltd.. PO
Bom IU Hrldgatown Blll-ti.
MISCELLANEOUS
TO SUBTLY wll
I umckly tlght-m
prrhapa eema I_____
nr later cauae your l**th
10 1 a n.a Bneumali.m
Arnaaan alopa i.m
id* aor* mouih
looiK Iron nod
A n-.ak. f< gf
Amosam ?"'
Tor pgsrrkoaTrench Monti.
LIBJIUBtaUta
Freah Milk, mierprl-e Dairy Farm
Dial OflTI. IR.IS1 r.n
,V//,V.V,V,V/,VA','XrVV*V
WORK
For our people depends quits
a bit on YOLTR support of 'Home
Industries." APART from that.
LlMOlEttE
'price and quality) against any
similar article and you will find
you j!ct better value. Umolene Is
as refreshing as a breath of Spring
18 to 7c. at your dealer.
v/,v^ * a> bop* fo 0 00 c
Applications are invited for lemporary employment
Supervisors in the Department of Highways and Transport.
2. Successful applicants will be paid a forty-four (44) hour
weekly wage, based on the Government Rates of Pay of l hour for Supervisors employed in the "Unestabllshed Staff" of the
department, and fixed according to experience and general suitability
:md merit.
3. Candidates must be able to read and write English, to keep
correctly the Labour and Distribution Rolls, to set out. carry out and
measure up road work and perform any other duties in connection
with road work as may be required of them by the Director.
4. Candidates must at all times be prepared to promptly curry
out the work of the department in accordance with such instructions
as may be from time to time given them hy the Executive Engineer
ur other Officers of the department on his behalf.
5. Candidate! should submit evidence to show that they have
some knowledge of road construction and repair work and have
actually been in charge of labour and material employed on road
work for which they were directly responsible
6. Successful candidates will be required to be on the Job in
time to start work each day at 7 ajn. and must nol leave toe job
until after work has stopped each day.
7. Successful candidates will be paid where necessary a bicycle
travelling allowance of 3c per mtle for every mile after the fourth
mile travelled each day to the Job.
8. Applications, which should be made on forms obtainable from
the Colonial Secretary's Office should be addressed to the Director
of Highways and Transport, and will be accepted up to 4 p.m. on
Wednesday. 3lst January'. '**1.
20 1 519n
DEPaUITMENT OF EDUCATIOH
Applicauons are Invited from teachers and other suitably qualified
persons for the vacancy at
St. Clement's Boys' School.
2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service
is a School Certificate.
3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms
IV. 35 (l)i for men and E 35 (cl for women) which may be obtained
from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already
submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (1 dm
filled) may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial
4. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another
school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and the
Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer.
5. All applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked
"Appointmentg Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach the
Department of Education by Saturday, 27th January. 1951.
17th January, 1*51 19.1.513n
stead of one shilling to tw>
shillings.
That the Veslrv give con-
sideration to the provision of den-
tal facilities for the poor
U> That the Vestry consider
the increasing o[ the salary ->'
Ihg poor law inspector
Mr Holder: (a) Thiit tha V. "1
consider placing of lights at sun
.ible distances along the coast runt
from the southern end of the pat -
ilt to the northern end. In Oraar
n do this, he would move that gfl
estimate be got from thr Klecinc
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ilrect straitened cii. tance
mid whose homes are ui dllapi'
lated conditions.
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erection of a toilet to the existing
>ath at Orange Hill mh&ntn
iruillarv condition, of t1
would bv Improved
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ri'ESDAY. JAWARY M, 1*51
SOCCER SCHOOL
Brick Wall Can Help
To Make \ou Stars
LBS MEDLEY, "i Spms. md Jtahnny llano
i >t the forward.- wii<> h.i lrxri Englnd to dr
with Yugoslavia at Highbury, combine fn th;s
10I quiz on wring (day pranted b) DESMOND
II \( KETT.
MMiLt:v Ttiev tell us, Johnny, Forward who "- run i
th Uirkv in being ranMM Rag
natural footballer- able to play {2) A low oniicr UcM
i llhea right 01 left sritb tOJInl Me- bon of 'he neai DOtl
ce* clear of defenders, and to u coi-
JUfOOOU: Thin ii football Iraguc who is waiting to m.ikc
..bi)it>- In .ilmo*: everyone to long quick flick into goal.
.hie to de- (3) The high centre, aimed lo
velop it land around the penalty spot at
Look .it nit weigh 9*>t .Mh heading height and at speed A
;md stand 31' Jfins hut I rack i NtD .-hoot the bull into
i fel- :o.l at dangerous pace
lows. II\\ 1 made up raj tell can he effective but too of'-en
hooting buatrtea reari hko r that type of corner becomes the
kept belting h ball, small or large, goalkeeper's Wall
agalnat a brlek walland punching MEDIAE Y: Any hint* to pass on
(.11 IS I OK (OI'S
it back with either foot
When I could get out into the
fields 1 would practise running a"
lop sne.cl with the
.mil
-'
\->>i >..rds away, r
I took .i
I
i m
| [*.. [.Ike golf, it
i mutt, i
Fu n-
MI III It
thing. I
brleh
iethol veil to-
I lirnl it heli*
keep im shoot-
'i King the back !
On Wrong, Foot
n\\< OCXfli i ilk.' u. have Um
back coming to me, try to catch
it> no IiIn wrong ioot and than
it Bran iiU own goal
T ;be mark ll the secret
n my training I practise change
of pace, turning completely round
wkua running .it pe*d. and mak-
ng sure I inn nunplete master of
m ball
I annual Feaat of tke Epiphany waa calabratad tl
log the prpHBiiiation of hundred* or gift- to the City Police F
banded over to the point duty pohrrman who toon has hi* d.
and alse*. Fboto show* a point duty policeman In M
to his growing pile Note the van that 1. delivering the good
U.S. Team lleaten
At Cricket
AND SOFTBALL
Ma CC. Beat
< .'uimImmccI \|
wall
lln-. foot drill,
make i break with
cracking the lull lo the right or
left, or trvlng a quick pass from
the rebound off the Wan Backs
tell me thai qulck-paea move with
Bally does not give them i efaaik i
to tackle
IIANOK KS: I ,t, I tlnnk th..
well-iehcorscd dnbbW- Ml
-*---.l ' 111."- rilVd LdVC .1 (*!'
iNbind
tralntni idr.i .
tlu- old b'ittie trkk Raai
them in a row, mi- roupli
paces apart, ,md weave ro
them with the ball.
Start slowly if you ......i I
leninei iiicie.i-i
row i jr. avttii
. ahtetad pot or ui(
that good old crack at a goal
target. My motto Is Have a g >
MEDLEY I keep in rir.bb1i.iir
trim by playing the bull round and
round the girdles under the dub
granoatand
My advue to young footbaiian
te on ileveloping I
bod* iwerva,
HAM inks What |o rou ra
the gm important part of a win,'
er\ 10b?
MEllLEY To be really sui.es
lul you must be a completely two-
footed player, You are never ,.l
a loan ro matter how the Iw'l
comas and you can always whir
on to a s-.lit-second chance bl
> coring.
IHNdM KS; True enous!'
Apart from my shoot mc I pr*
....suing, particular'',
the Ion* pass fr..m 20 to 30 you.*
If l am alone 1 try putting ti .
ball on to l.irget at the fgryiflg
i:ini;e
May 1 say my hard practice rwi
earned me the title of "BIhhm
Boy" al Wolverhampton.
MEDLEY That accuracy stu''
is luvaluiiblc in corner-kicklnv
We usually try throe inethodf. -
(11 The short pas* to the insid
HI.III.1 Y: II) favourite back-
baating plan Is the move where
- ,i short pass from me
and I try to kid the djtftmtfi <
ggn going lo make my usual niB
d trapping up-yUng Um th*s return.
PS Instead Bailv puU the ball lo the
}";)} Of .dside ol my right fool and I
.ke straight acrou Held to the
I i......-.i.iri f rtrkel iround
HONG K<*N(< J.m XS Jan. 22.
A Bntish .ncke , won their three-day
in Amu.. itch against a Combined Aus-
rvan wickets nn Saturday. Then iralian Eleven here by 10 wickets
.doing buull to Injun tke Brltoii i ha Oombinad Rlavan scores were
alloped the Americans 231" Jin and 103, and the M.C.C
right-hand cornet
of the penal t>
area Baily lol-
lows ready for a
back pa sa
ntrr-foi-
Sunday m a seven innings Softball
pang
Both teams were made up '
Hong Kong resident* The Britons
had a DU to say abOUl tl
cans' cricket style
The British owned South Chin i
Morning Post" commented: The
Amei li an brand of cricket n
uitiuKlox em
In little orat an n
382 and 13 for
icket Hollies pioved the most
Iting four wick-
is for seven runs.
Seares:
i^lfniMS SI.EVI.N lit Innlal* SB"
i i i ~M innii.1. rgw ; srttasai
d..l iOMIHM.lt IIIVIN^'.f lBlnf>

Saga
A li llnllm
enrad 82 runs Th) t II > iCawell apS gwaas ii iioiif.
ickets in the pgacaai bul then
(>
outside right move
Into the pcnalU
-area If 1 cannot
\ find space lo make
my favourite shot
a sudden swing
ahot with my right
foot I have at
least three for-
wards near goal al!
sel to take a pas*
HANCOCKS:
And another de-
rcncc-shakcr I like
'u try occasionally is bo move oui
I. tin- (ring and llien suddenlv
rack the ball right across field
! i mi i.pi ;ite winner It gets
the iitf'ein. runhing the wrong
wu>. but you must be a bit of a
^tower-shot to tic successful
MEIH.KY: Of course, all the<
novei must be well known U youi
cam matt^t Tactics talks an-
icmendously important. The\
avc helped me to earn' out m>
Hotted trnm place as the wnndc
; arlngm
HANCOCKS and MEI1EEY W.
i.nth wart to emphasise the*,
oints
11 i l.earii to be master of trv
. ...I .Mid both feet
TUE- 0AMBC1/?
inside and ,\en League clubs have been
known to get out tor lea* **'
n -u-t r.
Il>it,n i
Moll f
By M. Hit
ffiEB
ison-C-ay
Soillft
J 14 g
*
h I ~ 2
* u i .
t'K.I
211. .1
inci
,,......
a a i} io m i
RED lHREtS
By M. HARRISON GRAY
THDfl uinx.ti.iu.-. i "-nip-
itoWntiaT va.ue .tl fOUj Re""
'ni i bonui at m aoaj
c3 ihcm: In othei wonu Uir
iDVkllvuul value ol eaeli Re"
Three t* douoieo .
i . i, hi- p""1 hi *
W.A ' '' ':'
hoaH n n in iact Infiurni.
niof iinkM nip md i>i)iii.
, gtuiipd would i*e jhj
opponent -"f '*' M**1
jwit ''>" St** ii" ar":
ing ttif 1B1 Ueu Tnrep ie
i-v*m to' ItvUi sldr-- anil
^eoiuv. sven a ii m dfawu
. ..
MM III ' '' H4iuiai
Cia>iii riinfioie -. miuu
vou a.-* we.i pil i" con-
. . ..
hoiiM Im- vfrwro with a -enie
p tlon
If . ii nmsider tnai nr
reduiiw ' 'Mi wiM-n in a
no - rou win oe
ii.- rvi-n on* more
:'una-'" iti.i'Ui ioi Don i
tug anyantttsr '"
Mae H"i r'>" -li'tuld rn'iv
on wiUi tu. amme
&Hi,l* W iuWtM'T
A GUiNtA fOt? 4fe-AT<;
BtWOt 9k aVft MWtflrO
i VOU WkPe TCYBJ& TO 1<
HOW WOCd VOU UOdtO AM
AlihouKh South had
^ visions o( a slam alter a
( Two No-TrumD reapor
> Ills One Spade opening tie
| kepi the bidding >< lEfl
{ I III in >uit iiaci hcpo
. found His rebid ol Tlirer
Diamonds aa.- forrinn qnd
i Monb bid Tliree Snade* a.-
he did not feel mioiik
enough at this Mane to
, 'Uggest an ll-tnrk rontrai t
in Diamonds South oer
. sisied with a rue bid of Four
1 Club* and North nov> gave
' a good nlcture of hi* hand
with a lump io Five
Diamond* whieii Hoiiih eon-
verted to Sis
Wllh Itoilt Dim Kiiiiis otl
, side the slam ran onlv o*
. made in Diamonds A^ ,.
i natural lead ot a Heart
> Trumps are drawn mm tlu
Hnade finesse (o*e* Dir iwo
( of Dunimv I ("Itih- ire di
j carded on the lona Houdi^
J and south g. S is runcd with
; Dummv's last irumn
...i.i. -
. Wan

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Tall ol ."..'
i ! a TS. I
I'-VVl.lNCi ANAI.VSIH
ass I
THE LADY
NAPOLEON
FEARED...
yMA krrelj lady plotted to
Napoleon. Ha
much he banned
from
Madams
j-iinne Fran-
co i a e Reca-
mler fled
south, and
went on plot-
ting to bring
buck the
Bourbon
kings of
France
With tier
1 oeautv she
- .on tseneruls
minors and
ii- Mi.-, all fell
n love uh her among thwn
id tne ceiciDotnca luuud
aSstag motonats. Th- gifts are
rrred with present* of all xhapas
it- from pausing driver- to add
i ril Mlcbelln.
Al Browne
Goe To U.K.
Troir, Out C-. Cnr.Mpoi.On
(iEOHOETOWN B (i .la
Nineteen-year-old Al B
K.-alherweight Champion of Brit-
|gj Qulang leaves thi- week-end
by the C.N.S. i .... -ii "i C hallenger'
f. Trinidad where he will join I
H. SS Cwlombi. !
Kingdom, where he hopes to 1o
aoma fighting.
Jn I948 Browne first hit tnc
limelight when he fought Danny-
Payne as an amateur in the fly-
weight division. He lost the Bffflt
but made such a good showing
that light fans subscribed on if
presented him with travelllni
grfa
Wednexi.iy night January it
Browne will be presented with i
gold metal subscribed to by friend
..!'d well-wishers.
As a professional he Itoat Payi
twice in the featherweight divi
glon, Pot Hyman twice. Fred Smtil
onre. Young Oxley once and th
Blighty Dewan Singh once.
In 1950 he won the British Clui
ana featherweight champion b:
beating Htltbn Denny. Another
vi.tini of Browne wus -Stinging
Ant.' Most talked ol tight
Browne however is his &o> _
I)., scrap with Trinidad's Boswdl
St Ixmis when he loat on points.
Browne goes to Englund to hi
cousin Claude Holder who is doinr
well in the I'nited Kintal
linger
What's on Toda)
Mr MB de Kuh'a l -
blblUen of palatinia and
pencil sketches al lYie
PaviUeo". Haetlnga *
Advooate'a Phato EahlblUan
at Haebeiaa Mas iem ie.ee
ft. J. MaeLeeda, EahlbiUon
af OU r^rnUng. at Bar
ha gas MuM-um ti.aa
afaeaagg Rouse of Aaeembl>
when Mr. Adams as em-
pretrd to rnave the lloue
iiiU, < imimliter on the
bill to provide for the
regulaUon of Public t >-
dies
* Select Committee ap-
pointed to consider and
report upan Ihe bill Is due
to hand In It* report
Private member's MIU In-
clude .' bill In charge of
Mr. T. O. Bryan to Incor-
porate the Barbados Box-
ing Board of Control.
Mr. MolUey b Uaiag charge
ol an addreaa to Ills F.arel-
lene ttie Oovernwr relat-
ing to Tuboreuloxhi3.B0
Belleville Tennis Club Tour-
nament
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NOT A SPOT
ON MY
..onditKMi. It is so *imple
IU BJCi Af,er w-,>hl"t'
hah\. 0BNT*.\ Kl
'Menlhoijtum' into the Baal
and aiound the leas. Thn
nroio.it and comloru the
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TODAY
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Sun Seta: 5.55 p.m.
Moon (Full! January 23
LighUng: *.3ff p.m.
High Water: 4.*ff a.m.. 3
p.m.
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day: 1-M bra.
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Temperature lMln.i 7S.ffF'
Wind Direction < a-m.> I
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Wind Veloellv 12 miles per
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TODAY'S FIXTURES

i'2 Train for belonea and
.ii.i mark
'31 Never lira of practUiD)
i icision shooting and passing.
11 Never allow youi rival
i .k .niv peace If he has the
i I. arorrj him. You may not
*; prssevsion but you can force
I un into making a hurried pas>
Never tall mto the habit
i m.ikiiig lh(- game move. Keep
ippoattlon guesMiig. .md
.;. Keep row aye an Um Kin. vs. atri H
ill and keep in uainlng all i" icigg \. wood
Mrs. A. Gibbon* and M'>
Look out lor the next lc-.n ,,,,lr|| ug Ml F. Winnie
' Hrhool. un 0 WonW
in Express Bervle.
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j si Hiii n V i Lau l<
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Mr.- II il.nii.' M
gives >n strenglli
to IfiiliI your
win through life
l ju ' Do !: Every Tune

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\ so we got
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TOO-
THE ONLY THINS THEM
two euys I7EMEM8ER
v. AROMJ HERC IS BV-
'/ ( OAY AHO WHAT DAYS \
TOEy DIONT MAy'E 1
TO WORK OTHER /
\ YEARS-
TUEV SPEND SO mKn\.
TIME FlSURlNS OUT
WHATS COMING TO THEM,
THEY HAVENT SOT TIME
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