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Saturday
Fal

January 7



|) China’s Foreign Ministery
| Condemns Britain’s
recognition Of Communists

; LONDON, Jan. 6.

[se CHINESE EMBASSY in London today issued the text

of a statement by Dr. George Yesh, the Chinese National-

ist Foreign Minister, condemning British recognition of the

Communist regime as “opening the gates to the flood of Com-
munist propaganda”.

———<—<$_$___—-** The statement, -which was is-

sued simultaneously in London

and Formosa, viewed “with min-

3 Withhold
Recognition

Of China

phenomenon of Great Britain
rushing to offer recognition to the
puppet Peiping Communist regime
which can lay no valid claim to
either full sovereignty or the vol-
untary support of the great ma-

) jority of the Chinese people.
oi KARACHI, Jan, 6. “That the nation which led the
mee The Canadian Minister for Ex-|world in democratic institutions

ral Affairs Mr. Lester Pear-
nm said on his arrival here to-
hy that he did not expect Canada
recognise Communist China,

should be among the first to have
truck with the representatives of
the totalitarian regime must be a
source of sore disappointment to



Wetil his return from the British|/all believers in China and else-
@eommonwealth Foreign Ministers| where,” the stkhtement added.
| pnference in Colombo about “At a time when Britain is tak-
} pbruary 10. ing all measures to check the in-
: filtration of Communism in her
i ‘I suppose that are United | possessions in Southern Asia, it is |
; els hace: A most strange for her to open the
' Se being” } Sain om gates to the flood of Communist
i le being” he said, F propaganda, for its inevitable con-
; The Norwegian Government sequences must be a cause of be-
4 today understood to be con-|wilderment to millions of His
ring on the question of whether Majesty’s Asiatic subjects.” |
, se >» 5 - :
f recognise the Se eres sai True Friend
ment in China, following re The Chinese Ambassador, Dr.
merts of British recognition. The Cheng Tien-Hsi, said today, “I
H@ecial statement on this matter is| joturally deplore the decision of
erected later to-day. cotati te the British Government not only

as Ambassador of my country, but

as a true friend of Britain.”
The Ambassador told a

Conference, “Such a

Press

McCarthy
| Withdraws
Objections
b Child Custody Hearing | (purist Regime at th

Barbados Advocate Correspondent “It is equivalent to burying us,
; 5 while we are still very much alive

ce eee Jan. 6. | History will say that China has
Ss

history will show.”

“It has been the repeatedly de-
clared policy of the British Gov-
ernment not to intervene in "the
war in China, but what greater

4

giving recognition to the Com-
munist Regime at this moment?”





Wharton, K.C,, leading} received her knockout blow not
junsel for Mr. McCarthy, with-;from her foes but from her
ew all preliminary objections} friends and former allies.”
the legal battle against Mrs, —Reuter,

arthy for custody of their

ter and the hearing of the



' , ‘
meal phase to be decided as io 3 Rescued After | the
geno is fit and proper to have cus-
imey of the child went back to vy ® 4
diners to-day. Shipwreck; Ate
The main objection from
arton was centered around Cockroaches

jurisdiction of the Jamaica
urt. The Supreme Court looked
le a law library to-day as legal
thorities crowded the Bar tavle
Hannays and Wharton argued

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan, 6.

Braving rough seas and high

wind in the first Boca this after- |

Huevas Island and were 84 hours
without food and water.

Four were rescued from a raft
by police, Three others, are be-

T’dad Governor




lieved drowned. Seventy ar- |
; Gets A Rise old Morgan Noel is stated to have |
been dashed against rocks and

AU eo ee EF Ae RCT AAAS

Barbados Advocate Correspondent {killed when the barge he was in | here to-day for the murder of his
Btn | was shipwrecked. |father-in-law, after frenzied
2b ORT -OR-SRAIN, fan. 6. Two, are missing and are be-| efforts to secure a reprieve had
Te Excep : solitary dissent-|,, , Oe “Cle ailed
q ‘ : for the solitary dissen lieved to be drowned. Claude | failed. S ‘ ;
| voice of a senior elected Peter and Rupert Grant. Those Late last night, Raven’s father
oo; Timetny Roodal, the rescued are Looklat, Doorgah, | stated that he had new evidence
iSiative ( ouncil agreed to in- Milton Allen, Benjamin Adams | bearing on the case. S
Ase the Governor's salary 10) and George Bartholomew. The It is understood that police in-

7,800 per annum. The Govern-
formerly got $26,400 per an-
- Roodal stirred imaginations,

latter is said to be in a critical
condition at the Colonial Hospital
of Port-of-Spain.

ten he vehemently said “too! Aj] the men were employees of
7 uch suffering among the la-| tee Lum & Co., and the launch

puring classes, particularly the} and barge towing into Port-of-
ry Bar workers to allow one in-| Spain from Chacachacare were
Vidual to receive all this) wrecked by heavy, seas on Tues-

‘ oney.” Roodal further said that

Governor’s salary would be
pmpatible with the Prime Min-
, @eerer of England.
‘

day.



said that all they had eaten for
84 hours were sea cockroaches.

—(By Cable) —By Cable.









“| U.S. ANTI-COMMUNIS1
” e = A
RECOVERY PLAN
ee .
Drafted For Asiatics
NEW YORK, Jan. 6.
_ The United States is planning a series of economic and,
Mm some cases, Military Aid programmes for French Indo-
China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Korea, and Japan in an
effort to promote economic recovery and stability in the
Far East and South East Asia, the Véw York Times reported
to-day.
as TE 3 —--—-—————---* James Reston, The Times dip-
lomatic correspondent, said,
1 3, “ \ con ; aa
KK T & > These programmes are in vari-
- Civ il Servants {ous stages of development, some of
T > avi en : roved by the
‘ i |}them having been approved b;
Want More Pay White House, others stil] at the
‘ s pick-and-shovel level in the
me LONDON, Jan., 6. | State Department, but they ar¢
Wo thousand top civil ser-| designed as the positive side of the
_ pressing for immediate| President's decision against any |
mary increases today confronted military or naval intervention
aah Government with a| Formosa,
ew threat $ wage stabiliza- ; il
ti nareat to its wage stabiliza Check To Communism
On policy. | h ; rae
: | “The plan, at present, is for
One resuit is that the Govern-|the Secretary of State
enent may ve to pay more to| Acheson to indicate the
Bitract atomic research s¢ ientists | Outlines of these : oe
into Government service, usually|the Senate Foreis Sela ae
Well informed urces here said | Committee next week, the arti-
to-da; jcle continued
But ther: ittle chance of any|_ “This, it unders
Carly cha n the y Aches¢
- has begged 1e { L
mehigher iy heui rad rat
sthe G ‘ ,
Be Policy
it lv
4
, French Indo-China: De
# Reuter i @ on page

gled astonishment and regret the |

; decision, I |
sincerely believe, is against Brit-
ain’s real and higher interests, ‘as

intervention could there be than |

are noon, Alfred Nollineau, launch |
micile law. captain, rescued three ‘boatmen
—(By Cable) | who were shipwrecked off the



One of the survivors, Doorgah, }

96 Miners
Killed In

_ Explosion



In Germany

BERLIN, Jan. 6,

Ninety-six German uranium
miners were killed in an acci-
jdent in a Soviet Zone Uranium
mint at Manfield near Hall on
December 28, the American
| ne paper reported today.

The report, which could not be
j}confirmed from any other source,
|stated that the accident occurred
|}when a piece of burning car-
| bide fell into a box of explosives
jat the pit. The explosion shat-
j|tered one life cage containing 24
miners, and plunged three other









———- PICTURED is the R.M.A. “Antigua” a few minutes

the side of the runway yesterday a

| At Se

British West Indian Airway
ran off the runway yesterday

The ’plane was carrying twer
of three. There were no casu

Sugar Talks

-



‘ages containing 72 miners a
distance

pit shaft. killing. them all,

|. British and American officials,
in Berlin treated the report with
greatest reserve, recalling
|that in the past the Soviet Zone

juranium mines had been the
}source of many sensational re-
iports in west Berlin papers
|which were later found to be
almost entirely without founda-
ion. In November last Berlin

|papers reported up to 2,500 per-

ons killed in one catastrophe.
—Reuter.



Hanged For Killing
| Father-In-Law
LONDON, Jan. 6,

| Daniel Raven, 23, was hanged

quiries into information put for-
ward by the father continued into
the carly morning, without yield-
ing eny result.

Reporters had waited all night
for a statement at the flat of Mrs
Fay Shine, housewife, who organ-
ised a petition for Raven’s re-
prieve, stated to have been signed
by 16,000 people. No statement
was issued.

of 650 yards down the!

Reach a Crisis

LONDON, Jan. 6.
A critical stage has now been
reached in the discussion here on



The West Indian delegates want
a long-term agreement to “give |
the West â„¢ndies room for normal}
expansion” in accordance with
presen’ plans for achieving an}
export of 1,000,000 tons of sugar
within the next ten years.—Reuter



4 Journalists



Raven was tried for the murde
of his father-in-law, Mr. Leopold
Goodman, and found guilty. M.
{Leopold Goodman and his wife
| were found battered to death last
October, shortly after returning
|} from a nursing home, where they
j}and Raven had visited his wife
|} She had given birth to a son.
| The prosecution alleged that the
| killing was done with the base of
jan aluminium television aerial
| Raven’s mother had sent telegrams
jto. the King and Queen, asking
| their intercession after the Home
| Secretary, Mr. J. Chuter Ede, had
| announced he Saw no reason to
grant a reprieve.—Reuter.



| Britain's
_ Man” Keeps Mum

1

“Mystery

After Africa Visit

eae SOUTHAMPTON, Jan. 6





Ordered To Quit
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, Jan. 6.

The Czechoslovak Government
has ordered 4 Western Pres:
Correspondents to leave the|
country at short notice. These
new expulsions are regarded}
here as a plain warning that
Press Security arrangements
affecting the small handful of
Western correspondents remain-
ing here may be tightened.

They have been told that their
permits to stay in Czechoslovakia
will not be renewed,

In Western Diplomatic Quar-;
ters, the expulsions were linked|
with the general and widespread
evidence of concerted action in
the “Peoples Democracies”
against’ Westerners and Western
influences,

—Reuter, |

——_ ——_-—

U.S. Plans Super
Atom Bomb

Burst Tyre Forces
-’Plane Off Runway

No Passengers Hurt: No Panic

her scheduled flight shortly after 5.30 p.m., from Trin

| happened so fast that before the)



3 Violate |
Peace
Treaty

WASHINGTON, Jan. 6.

The State Department announ:-
ed to-day that .Britain, Cana la
}and the United States had mace
} another attempt to press charres
j against Bulgaria, Hungary and
| Rumania of violations of the Bal-
| kan Peace Treaties.
| In similar notes sent yesterday
they requested the three Com-
| munist Controlled States to name

}





GreeceGets
New Govt.

fternoon at Seawell. The nose of





Price:

Wear 533.



HAS FIXED THE DATE

| Election Announcement

Coming Soon

LONDON, Jan. 6

PRIME MINISTER CLEMENT ATTLEE has

secretly “timed’’ the British General Election
—tipped for either February, March or June—
political quarters here said to-day.
Sources close to the Government are still silent
about election dates, and have no news of any im-.
pending development

U.S. Ship Will

Brave Chinese

The Labour Daily Herald to-day
said “It is believed that the Gov-
&inment will make an announce-
ment about the General Election
in’ the next few days”. It did not
indicate whether any disclosure
of timing was expected.



niin cnesencepinicleomcestiagghcapienes lies niiliiceincanirmemacenipeenmicimaâ„¢ ily

| their representatives to Comm's- e The British Cabinet will meet
| sions which according to the peace Mines on Monday, but this is under-
\ treaties were authorised to invcs- stood to be a ae a
| tigate disputes among the signa- gs : unconnected with the election
| tories. : . The on: 1a, 6. The British Liberal Party to-
| The western powers have al- a wee a bag < Pp Aw day called on rs to
4 Arrow (6,214 tons) is due : .
| ready aecused Hungary, Bulgaria leave Hong Kong today in ready for a G i
} and Rumania of violating the temnt te break, turpis ; time afier February 1 “in view
| human rights provisions of the|"" ‘1 oy , Yer ay e" of instructions issued Labouy
| Peace Treaties. The three states| [4 ¥-™ned Yangtse on its agents.”
| have denied the charges.—Reuter, | ‘©, Shanghai. These agents, the Liberal
| This freighter of the Isbrand totenent “eet. hadi heesk tale 4.
| tant Line will be the first to. tes: | SSA'CMeD” Benes ee tL oe he
| the effectiveness. of the Chines) | 2© Teacy [or an eclechon ab tue
state ie ies oft | Nationalist blockade since Britai |CM¢ Of February
|

2@
was reported to —Reuter,
relations with
Shek Regime.

Eleven of
‘rew, who

have sever:

the Chiang K



Flying Arroy
relegated 1

the
were

Spy Experts

t ‘ ; s } nake this hazardous trip, signe
i ATHENS, Jan. 6. ff, but were replaced locally m
} John Theotokis, son of former Another of the Company’s ve ~
i. 1 ; nother o he Company’s t -
Prime Minister George Theotok | els, Brooklyn Heights, is due a ec Lins
| and former Speaker of Parlia-}run the blockade to Shanghai « Y 4
|ment, flew into Athens to-day January 7 ( L >
head a new Greek Governme: —Reuter JOommunis Ss
which will be sworn in to-night

awe l He arrived by special military | BERLIN, Jan. 6.
plane after receiving King Paul’: ~ ee Several former espionage ex-

andate to form a caretaker 50.000 Soviet perts of Hitler’s Supreme Army,



Cabinet to





j tion after he had been summon
to the palace by King Paul and
; 2 rp a Theotokis. Party leaders in par-
AT iT eek eal era omtaoe. liament had given no indication
end some passengers said t wT Ri ee ee Theoto~

BE S, 8a * “| kis, who said he would dissolve
the present Chamber but without

field. The tail tilted up and he:
nose struck the ground, then she

fully realised what happened the}









“Sees The Bird”

LYONS, Jan, 6, |

S. Wilcox, and Miss Jean Field



7 Foot and Mouth disease virus
U.S, May Follow has been photographed for the
r first time by French doctors at
Britain | the optical laboratory of the
Lyons University Medical Faculty,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 it was made known here to-day.
Official circles here said today A new electronic microscope
they expected vhat the United | gave an image of the virus en-
States ould eventually follow! larged 60,000 times.
Britain im recognising China’s The virus was stated to be
Communist Government—but no/} 1/3,000,000th of an inch long.
for some months.—Reuter. —Reuter,



SOCIALISTS WANT
“POSITIVE ANSWER’ |
Bidault



From

PARIS, Jan. 6.

Guy Mollet, Secretary General of the French Socialist Party, |

today threatened Premier Georges Bidault with withdraw-

al of Socialist Ministers from the Coalition Government, it

“a positive answer’ was not received to their claims for ex- |
tension of cost of living bonus grants.

Bidault promised that he would

es : reply
Decision Reserved A Socialist Party delegation de-

6 . : | manded thai the Cost of Living
In Poison Murder | Bonus of 3,000 francs be granted
BAYONNE, Jan. 6

; to all workers earning less than
15,000 frances a month,

The examining Magistrate to- The Government granted the)

night reserved decision on allow-

ing bail to 23 year old Joas Car-

3,000 francs bonus exceptionally |
to lower paid categories only last
















The War Offices “mystery los Da Silva Ramos, wealthy} November. The Socialists asked
nan” Sir Perey Sillitoe, re- Brazilian accused of murdering | that the bonus should be paid for
} turned with sealed lips jtoday 3 NEW YORK, Jan. 6. ,, | his beautiful young wife Monique December, and extended to in-
| fron 6-week visit to Africa President Truman is “weighing”; by giving her arrow poison or} elude agricultural workers and
i e it is belived he has beer | plans for a super-atom bomb more | drugs. The Magistrate was asked | civil servants, as the Bill re-in-
an! investigating underground com-|than 1,000 times as powerful as |to give bail by Maurice Garcon, troducing collective bargaining|
tnisn any existing weapon, the New | Counsel for Ramos. He may NOT} etween employers and workers|
Sir Perey generally supposed| York Daily News said today, |announce a decision for several) y 04 not. yet been finally passed |
o be chicf of MI. 5, the War| quoting “highly placed sources in | days reuter, | by Parliament.—Reuter.
Office Intelligence Department,| Washington —Reuter, a —Reuter, 4."
vould not reveal any details of 7
talks in South Africa when . | Four Executed
“ncctunSe | MALA YAS REDS MUST GO
y Cas | 4 é In Prague
Whil he Union he met Dr,| :
Py Minister, and| SINGAPORE, Jan. 6 nurderer i her PRAGUE, Jan. 6
I MacDonald, Commis- I mer entenced °to death |
t ! n South- ¢ ! € i Prague State Cout i
1A ‘ ni ¢ ‘ 1 October 24 for treason, espionag
tio nj} t srivain recognitior p i ri ial activities were exe-
3y ‘ tories i R does not involve the recently iced pl or ted today after vhe Supreme}
ive the| sl n hostility here to the! voluniary bilisatio ( ike | ¢ irt had rejected their appeals
er w- | ¢ 1ist terrorists, who are the! special effort to eanse thi They were Josef Horéjsi, Kamil
inism ¢ xf the Malayan peoples. | country of its scourge Novotny, Josef Pizak and Bohu-!
—Reuter i the case of any othe Reuter mil Klempt.—Reuter.

many.

came from a German newspape
man,
mous because of fear of reprisal
Mr. Price, on his return from or
month tour of Europe as a membe





see Greece over ry are employed at a new spy school
political crisis, dissolve the pres- Troops in a Germany training t
‘ent Chamber and proclaim ele watch the top officials of the West
fs aircraft R.M.A. “Antigua ons ; I OF ss G . . German Communist Party, the
afternoon, as she landed f1 Generalissimo Alexander Pap - n ast germany Western Berlir paper, “Der
ridad.; 0s, Greek Commander-in-Chiei WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, —s reyes tec night
ity-one passenger id a crew | Withdrew his resignation whi Representative Melvin Prix mith poaneiel _ West rn Allied
alties ’ had precipitated yesterday resig-| (Democrat, Illinois) said to-d: Officials. said Mantiohiae the
‘ nation of the government of Ale that he had bee ised th _ pract :
An eyewitness account was that | ander Diomedes x — a eee eee advisec | entire staff of ») department
; the starboard tyre burst, the plan Ravages a hi Phat cwussia was training an army 3 Hitler’s Intelligence Service, be-
swerved off the runway on to the| akan S resigpa-) 50,000 in the East Zone of Ge lieved to have

been captured by
the Russians in 1945, are instruct-
ing at this school at Kgchnstednt
near Halle.

One of the chief instructors was
| said to bé Colonel Adms, ou former
| Staff Offiger of Field Marshal
Paulus in the ill fated Sixth Army

He said that his informatic

who musi’ remain anony







plane was at a standstill. Articles | eUcauns when, of the House. Armed Service | at Stalingrad, who is now stated
the West Indian request for a iia oh tenn sinha: a ho ote oad — Reuter, Committee, said that there was a: | to be a Senior Official in the Fast
oh teat G eee hurled forward, but as evervone| Tee pene s ae rae Pol ae mam Ministry peo ag re
on § ft supplies to rivain. had their safety belts f; stened. no! Ss Si : e ° 1 ie Eas one oO rermany al any .
Harold Robinson, leader of the} one was thrown from thei! eae Pakistan Building jthat it was rapidly increasing ahs
West Indian delegation which has The ’plane remains temporarily | L “ }100,000, Mr. Price called thi
been here since the opening of} at the side of the runw ee argest Sug mate conservative in viev Jol? :
e é side of the runway | > akist:
the Empire sugar talks nearly The Jamaica’ flight : args st Sugar par ingormation.—Reute. I akistan W ill
two months ago, vold Reuter to-| arrived a few mimutes hefare 1 o| Ny ° r
: ; € a M nutes befor h Tag j x ’ . ‘ ,
~ a seems Saat auaaiienly i R.M.A. “Antigua”. was a: von I ac tory In Asia I ‘cade \W ith Czechs
deec at we shall now be able} and did not leave Seawell ; ; | i °
ane > Bnti nay el Fk ” wee nul DAR-ES-SALAAM, Jan. 6 | f > ‘ :
tert allieaaee with Brit a ‘ree \ Pakistan sugar factor : due North ' Atlantic \ nd Germans
“rf this proves the a ae a ae Passengers \ ho arrived frot tart production this year will be! LONDON, Jan. ¢ 7 es :
shall. try to fix a price for our ers igh rs ery the biggest in Asia, M. Hatim The American Embassy state | sONDON, Jan. 6
, ao aia 5 stink Mr. Pat Fletcher, Mrs. R. Mc; Alavi, a direcvor of the State |to-night that administrative at | Pakistar i egovialer !
9 os er ee | Carthy O’Leary, Miss Elizabeth \c| Bank of Pakistan disclosed in | ranzementa for American partici- } initialled trade greemen v1
atahee that the _ erating Fait in Carthy O'Leary, Mr. E. D. Guin-| speech at Tanga to-day pation in the North Atlantic} West Germany and Czechoslova-
fixing rices . voxta "Travieatt ness, Miss Mary Weston, Count The factory will be in the north|Mutual Assistance Programme,| kia during the past few d
conditiehe i sit “| and Countess A. Orlowski, Miss| west frontier province of Mar-, Will be completed in London next} was learned here lay.
K . __| Ruby Skeete, Mrs. Edn& Taylor,| dan.—Reuter week.—Reuter. { —Reuter.
Had we been granted a satis- | Miss P. Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Skin.| X |
factory long-term agreement We | ner, Miss H. Rollock Mr NY iat | sevidharecenceeariatiianslisiaplacsnmnersinialaneliiaeiipiniaditimermgiinatiandireibin, ~itididbmanatinidniadei
were -going to ask for £31 5s. al Goddard. M a ' 7
dard, Mrs. Joan Thompson,}
ton for our sugar. The present Mr. E. Preacod ve john ae re tr | Foot And Mouth
world price is abou’ £39 a ton, and Mrs. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs
he added. : .

+
x

x



FIVE CENTS
op Gol







SAMY ATTY

ER EELS A
| YI mE STOR TE ET



Caub Calling

‘. ;
AST night, in the well lit ball-

«room of the Marine Hotel,
thet was a cocktail party given
by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lee in hon-
our. of Mr. S. J. Vos, Chairman
of the Board of Directors of Trini-
dad-Leaseholds Ltd., and Mrs. Vos;
and Maj. Kenneth Gordon, Man-
aging Director of T.L.L., and Mrs.
Gordon.

‘Waiters, all on their toes, served
cocktail savouries and a variety of
drinks, and the ballroom present-
ed.a charming picture of ladies
in Colourful dresses and the gents
in wel+cut suits, Following is a
list of guests invited:-—

His Excellency The Governor and Mrs
Sayage, Mr. and Mrs, G. M. Adams, Mr.
and, Mrs. G. H. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Baring, Prof.
and’ Mrs. C. Beasley, Dr. and Mre
G. Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bannis-
ter,Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Bowring, Mrs.
W. Bowring, Lt. Col. and Mrs. J, Con-
nell, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Cummins, Mr
and Mrs. Peter Campbell, The Hon. and
Mrs. J. D. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs
R. Carrington, The Hon. and Mrs. G. S.
Evelyn, Sir Allan and Lady Collymore.
Mr. and Mrs. A. DeC. Boyce, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Y. Carstairs, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Dowding, Mr. and Mrs. A. 8S. Duncan,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Emtage, Mr. Richard
Emtage, W/Cmdr. and Mrs. L. A. Eggles-
field, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. P. Fitzgerald,
Mr. and Mr. Gilliatt, The Hon, V. C
Gale, M.L.C., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Godd-
ard, The Hon. and Mrs. Frank Hutson,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King, Mr and Mrs.
Vernon Knight, The Hon. and Mrs.
D. G. Leacock, Mr, David Lucie-Smith,
Lady Laicie-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W
Lambert, Mr. and Mrs, R. B. McKenzie,





Mr. and Mrs. W. Morley, Mr. and Mrs.
E MecIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Manning Mr. and Mrs. W. A. C,
Stuart, Col. and Mrs. R. T. Michelin
Mr: and Mrs. A. Maclean, The Hon
Dr..and Mrs. H. G. Massiah, Mr. and
Mrs, J, Niblock, Mrs. E. J. Petrie, Mr
and Mrs. E. Parfett, “Mr. W. H. E
Garrod The Hon. The Right Re;

Bishop Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paton,









The Hon, G. D. L. Pile, M.L.C., Mr
and Mrs. T. N. Peirce, Mr. and Mrs
“. R. Rodger, Mrs. E. S, Robinson, Mr.
and.Mrs. Vernon Smith, Mr. and Mrs
Herbert § y, Dr and Mrs Harold
Skeéte,Mr d Mrs, Bruce Skinner, Miss
Holly Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simp-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sisnett, Sir John
and*Lady Saint, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. St
Jclh, Mr. and Mrs. T. H, H. Wilkin-
son, The Hon. and Mrs, J. H, Wilkin-
son~ Mr, and Mrs. Keith Walcott, Mr

Join Whyatt, K.C., Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Went, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. T. Willian s,
Mrwand Mrs. A. V. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs
Cecil Skeete, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. .I

Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Dowd
gah, Col. and Mrs. Hugh Wilkin, Mr
and. Mrs» A. S. Gryden, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Jones and Mr. and Mrs, D, G. Lea-
cock (jnr.),



MR. §,

chatting

seen with

Count And Countess
Visit Y attractive coupie Count
and Coun 3 A. Orlowski, of
Pittsford Vermont, in Barba-
dos.for two weeks and will be
Staying. at the Hastings Hotel,
The Count was last in Barbados
some ten years ago, but this is his
first visit. They will leave
Lady Rodney” when she

} North

on ner
«>»

Arrived Yesterday

RS. R. McCARTHY

O'LEARY, daughter of the
late William Fogarty, founder of
Messrs. William Fogarty and Co.,
Lid, and her daughter Elizabeth
were arrivals yesterday afternoon
from England via the U.S.A. and
Trinidad. They are here for a
holiday and are guests at the
Marine Hotel. They were met at
the airport by Mr. and Mrs, Jack
Egan,



are

wite
on the
returns way

«>»

«
After Dominica Holiday
R. FRANK COLLYMORE,
Senior Assistant Master of

Combermere School returned from
Dominica on Thursday morning
by the Lady Rodney after spend-
ing a holiday there. He was ac-
companied by his wife and little

daughter.
<>» a:
Congrats
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Payne of

South District, St. George, on the

birth of a son and heir on Wednes-
day.



BRASS BROOM HEADS
60
WHITE SUGARS
60
SLATERS SPRING:
BALANCES
9.00
to clear

and a fine selection of Colourful Potte
MANY OTHER WONDERFUL

Business With Pleasure

M® AND MRS. ERNEST

Taylor have arrived in
Berbados from England, and have
already visived British and Dutch
Guiana, also Trinidad. .

They are combining business
with pleasure and are visiting all
the West Indian Islands.

Mr. Taylor is the Sales Direc-
tor of the firm of Edward Elwell,
Ltd., of Wednesbury, England,
and associate Companies, who are
manufaciurers of specialty tools
for planters. Mr. Taylor is well
known here, but it is Mrs. Tay-
lor’s first visit and she is deligfit-
ed with Barbados and its local
industries. They are svaying at
*Cacrabank.”

“yy

ay
Students Return

"WAR. HUGH PAYNE and Mr.
Edward Cumberbatch, stu-
dents of the Imveria] Colleze of
Tronical Aericulture, returned to
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. vesterdav
after spending whe Christmas
holidays with their relatives.

«» «»

For Customs Talks
ON’BLE A. D. BOYD,
Treasurer of Dominica, was
an arrival from St. Lucia by
B.W.1.A. on Thursday for the
final session of the Customs
Union Commission which will
take place av Hastings House on
Monday. He is staying at the
Hastings Hotel.
«> «>

Cocoa Industry

R. and Mrs. C W. F. Hartley

and their two children who
left here on Thursday by the ‘Gol-
fito’ are going to England for about
six months to continue their holi-
day. They will leave their two
children at school in England be-
fore returning to Malaya, where
Mr, Hartley is in thé Cocoa indus-
try. Mrs, Hartley, who has been
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
D, Lenagan, is a well known figure
on the tennis courts of both Trini-
dad and Barbados,

J. VOS, Chairman of the Board of Directors of T.L.L., second on the left, is
mY. 2B, @,

Macintyre, Ma nager of British
other high officials of T.L.L,

Murtough Guinness’ Cousin
Here

R. EDWARD GUINNESS,

who is a fourth cousin to Mr.
Murtough Guinness of St. James,
arrived yesterday by B.W.LA. for
about three days, A frequent visi-
tor to Barbados he is a retired
Banker and lives in Tobago. He
plans to stay here until the yacht
““Keskedee” with Col. and Mrs.
Vereker on board, arrives in Bar-
bados. They will afterwards visit
Beqguia island, off St .Vinceut ana
then return to Tobago. He is
staying at the Marine Hotel.

Also arriving yesterday was
Mrs. Joan Thompson of Tobago,
who will also be joining the Vere-
kers on this trip,

“Local Composition”

1E Globe Theatre will again

feature the orchestra of
Arnold Meanwell on Sunday night
before the show in half of an hour
of musie and charm, Among the
tunes that will be played is “Re-
member Me” composed by a local
person, Mr. Malcolm Evelyn, a
warder at Glendairy, Music for
this song was arranged by Mr.
Meanwell and the song .vill be put
over by Mr. Reginald Casey, one
of the talent night winners,
Carib understands that Mr. Mean-
well, to show the versatility of his
band, will have the members
changing instruments in between
numbers.

OUT OF THE
BUT WE CAN

Bargains in HARDWAR

HERE THEY

Large
PONY GLASSES
15 for 1.00
JUDGE BRAND
KETTLES
1.00 and 1.50
WHITE JUGS
72

2

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BARGAINS AS WELL

|

Ballet Class Re-opens

AVAME BROMOVA will be}
resuming her Saturday
morning classes voday at the |

Aquatic Club. -

Arrangements are now well in
hand for the display which she
has planned to give in March,
full details of which will be an-
nounced shortly.

Amongst her Christmas maif
from old papils in Barbados,
Madame Bromova heard that
Ann Hayden (the daughter of
our former Director of Education)
continues with her Ballet train- |
ing and is now teaching in Fiji
where she is spending a long va-
cation with her parents; also |
Margaret Anna Wedlake, who
will be remembered _ especial-
ly in Cable & Wireless cir-}
cles, having passed through the
Cone School in London, has
graduaved into the drama, and is
at present stage managing and
playing parts with the Windsor
Repertory Company.

«a» «n
Honeymooners Return _
R. AND SENORA DIAZ

CABELLO have spent their
honeymoon at “Cacrabank,” and
return by air to-day to Maturin,
Venezuela.

Dr. Diaz Cabello is one of vhe
docivors at the new Hospital un-
der the Government scheme.



«“n «a»

Mrs, Doreen Houk from Trini-
dad is on vacation in Barbados
and is also a guest there. Mrs.
Houk works with Esso Standard
Oil Coy., Port-of-Spain.

A Post-Graduate Course

HREE nurses from British

Guiana arrived in England on
the s.s. Cottica last week. They
are Miss C. G. Watson, Miss P.
Callender, and Miss C. B. Bonous,
and they will spend a year in
London doing a_ post-graduate
course at the Royal College Hos-
pital. The course, it is under-
, Stood, is designed to qualify them
‘to be Ward Sisters when they re-
turn home.



Union Oil Company here and two

Comings and Goings

M* PAT FLETCHER, Jockey,
arrived yesterday afternoon
by B.W.LA. after the
Trinidad races.

riding in

” * *

R. and Mrs. Milton B. Taylor

of Minnesota, who have al-
ready spent six weeks in Venezuela
arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A, to
spend about ten days in Barbados.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wilcox,
Americans, also arrived by the
same plane from Venezuela. Mr
Wilcox, is a Consultant to the
Venezuelan Government for his
Company, the Seismograph Service
Corp. Mrs. Wilcox and Mr. Mil-





ton, are sister and brother. They for cord as on sides.
are staying at the Paradise Beach 18. Stitch vhe two 19%4-inch
Club. | Strips together, lengthwise,
& * we overlapping one over the
M* JOHN REID, Representa- | other, then join vhe two short
tive of B. F. Goodrich arrived ends together, right sides fac-
by B.W.LA. yesterday to join his | ing. Press seam open and
wife and daughter whe are already turn to right side; slip the
here. The Reids live in Venezuela lower edge of vhe bag part
He will be here only for about | through the ribbon side base
three days. until the raw edges of the
. * . bag protrude 1% inch below
ADY VIOLET STOW, mother the ribbon side base to bag
of the Administrator of St.' section.
Lucia arrived back in Barbados|4- From vhe remaining dark
by B.W.LA. on Thursday after ribbon cut strips to cover and
spending her Christmas holidays line the base (pattern





with her son in St. Lucia,
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R. and Mrs. Harold Haskell
and daughter returned to]

Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I A.)
Harold is the son of Mr. H. N.|
Haskell, former Headmaster of
Harrison College, and Mrs. Haskell

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Cut 10 pieces from light shade
ribbon, 11 inches long, for sides.
Cut one piece from dark shade
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Cut one piece from dark shade

ribbon, 19 inches long, for
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(for threading through cord)
and continue stitching to top.
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with other side
the two sides together
with the handle svrip, over-
lapping the handle over the
light ribbons, top stitch to
within 2% inches of top of
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sec-
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ribbon together, overlapping
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stivch the lower edge of the
bag to the base, right side
together. Turn to right side,
insert cardboard base, and
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two narrow ribbon loops. |
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| Sea Monster With

Hair And Tusks

SUEZ, Jan. 6.

A sea monster with tusks like
an elephant’s and covered with
rough hair, has been washed
ashore by heavy seas in the Gulf
of Suez. It is believed to have
collided with the 5,267-ton Nor-
wegian tanker Cornelius Maersk
and been kilied. It is nearly 14
yards long. Local experts say it
belongs to the family of hump-
backed whales,

—Reuter.

———
Fri. to Mon, 8.30 p.m









Across

2. In which waves may rise to great
heights. (7)

. Bird that nas the Navy at
heart. (4)

2
9
U. To return to ner. (5)

1. It 18 the very reverse of sit. €3)
2. You should put this clue ig
4
5.
6
7

front. (3)

Rage of fireworks. (3)
Warning shout. (4)

The aper could provide one. (4)
Girl's name. (4)

» Lend rag, twisted though. (%)
- Molest in disputes, (6)

» Relatives, the kind without
peony, (3)

27. If properly usea they can ease
Matters. (4)

28, This is on the sheltered side. (4)
28. As it's cloudy it gives us no
blue, (8)

Down
1. One’s carriage perhaps. (3-2)
2. Palm oil to relieve an itching
(5) 3. A matter of moment.
4. Bar that may give you a lift.
5. An idle baker evidently. . (6)
@ Thoughts in a this follow eacn
other with bewildering succes
Sion. (5)
- And yellow usually follows. (4)
. Colour. (4) 13. The head. (4)
» Now say goodbye. (5)
Sum in which one makes a
deduction. (5)
0. Riders grip it, birds equip it. (4)
Work 1s mostly done for this. (4)
22. Ladies of what Service? (3)
. Extenda (3)
» The water of France. (3)

Solution of vesterdav's puzzie.— Across
A. November: 10 Enemies; 11, Exert. 12.
Tov, 15. Rarebits: 15. lota: 16. Remit:
17. Guile, 18. Wane; 19, Soda: 20 Nous:
21. Crest: 22, Tusk: 235. Hedge. Down:
1 Negligent Onerous: 3. Vexatious: 4,
Emeralds: 5. Mire: 6 Bet: 7, Estimated:
a. panes: 9. Rovster: 14 Beware: 16.

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ArURDAY, JANUARY 7



Decision
on irmed |

mR Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery yes-

confirmed the decision of)

ip Mr. H. A. Talma,
«} comeiated, reprimanded
harged Leon Bascombe of
Village, St. Michael. Bas-
had been found guilty of
caused a disturbance on
ge Street on November 19.
be said that he went
» Central Police Station to
complaint. A sergeant
he was crazy and he had
», He then said he wanted
n Inspector.
> ; for the prosecution
at he shouted he wanted
n Inspector on more than
icasion while he was on
se Street, and that a crowd



lom ent For
efendants

ISION by His Honour
J. H. Hanschell, Judge of
ty Debt Court, in which he
d judgment for Edith
of Howell’s Cross Road, St.

and Charles Squires of

illage, was upheld yester-
Their Honours Mr. G, L.
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery.
and Squires were
with having unlawfully
upon the property of Ger-
Jarke of Howell’s Cross
h September 11, and dam-
me trees. Clarke claimed
ages.
. Gibbons, Land Surveyor,
Court that the tree limbs
e cut off could have hung
property of Edith Holder.
said that some limbs of
es are hanging over her
and she paid Squires to
off.

°

lisconduct :

.
Fined 2/6
nce Holder of Chapel Gap,
thael, was yesterday fined
be paid in seven days or
It serve seven days’ im-
ent. The fine was im-
y Their Honours Mr. G. L.
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery.
onours reversed the decis-
Mr. C. W. Rudder, Police
ate of District “B’” He had
Pd the case against Holder
as charged with having
lucted himself while on

Airport on August 21,

386 Greaves said that one
Knight had been given
ion to enter the terminal
at the Airport on August
mn 20 passengers arrived by
om La Guaira. Holder
ear the building when
was talking to the passen-
d he (Greaves) told him
ack. He afterwards got
at something Knight
d started to quarrel.
. W. Reece K.C. repre-
The Executive Committee.



or Quarrelling

ERT HUDSON of Dela-
and was fined 5/- to be
Seven days or in default
days’ imprisonment for
fing along Hall’s Road on
5 and 10/- in 14 days or
imprisonment for resist-
bgt. Holder while in the
bn of his duty by His Wor-
. H. A. Talma yesterday.

D FOR PARKING

parking on Swan Street a
d area Oscar Collymore of
all and Ceon Whitehall
ith fined yesterday by His
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell.
phall was ordered to pay
14 days or 14 days’ im-
lent and Collymore 12/-
costs in 14 days or 14
Aprisonment.



ew Pipeline

am pipe line is at present
hid between the Molasses
h Fairchild Street and the
0 expedite the delivery of
S from the tank t ships
ere for molasses, This line
duct steam pressure to the

rers were busy yesterday
a trench across the road
Pipe line which will be
nder-ground alongside the

S line,

ork is befng carried out
»D. M. Simpson & Com-

re

, 1956





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Recovery Plan Essential Ingredients Organisation
Mentioned In Stewart Murder Trial

@ from page 1
te recognition was planned for

the New Vietnam State soon
after

the French National
Assembly ratified the agree-
ments making French Indo-
China an independent state

within the French Union. At
the same time, Economic Aid
from the U.S. would probably
be made available to the New
State through the Economic
Compensation Administration.
2.Korea: The administration
would press Congress for
approval of an Economic
Assistance Programme, and
make available a limited num-
ber of arms for Internal
Security, the approval of which
Was given as part of last year’s
Military Assistance Programme.
3. Indonesia: The U.S. would
support an export-import bank
loan to the new United States
(U.S.) of Indonesia, which
might support a World Bank
Loan to assist the New Gov-
ernment to develop its rich
resources. Meanwhile, the In-
donesians were getting some
military aid from the Dutch
to help them maintain internai
order. Some additional arms
might be made available from
the United States.

4. Philippines: No decision
had yet been made to deal
with the flight of capital from
the Philippines, or to give
new economic assistance to the
islands. The problem was being
studied sympathetically, and a
continuation of past economic
programmes might be arranged,
if the Philippines Government
could demonstrate that the
additional aid would be man-
aged more effectively than in
the past.

5. Japan: The economic re-
covery and capital expansion
programme of the Government,
through the occupation funds,
would be continued, and per-
haps expanded in the coming
year, with emphasis on ena-
bling the Japanese to increase
the use of their own resources
to earn more Foreign exchange,

Increased Mutual Aid

“It is emphasised in official
quarters that the administration
is not planning an Asiatic Re-
covery Programme similar to
the European Recovery Pro-
gramme”.

Mr. Reston said: “Efforts are
being made to increase mutual
aid between countries like Japan
and Korea, but there will be no
central organisation trying to
bring together the economics of
this vast region.

“What the Government is try~
ing to do, is to promote recov
ery and stability in the Far East
and South East Asia, in the be-

lief that economic chaos will
encourage a further expansion
of Communism,

“Each country is a_ separate
problem, however, and_ efforts

are being made to use the lim-
ited resources that are likely to
be available to help the situation
as much as possible.

Mr. Reston said that the Assis-
tant Secretary of State for Far
Eastern Affairs, Mr. W. Walton
Butterworth, was going to Bang-
kok for a meeting with Dr. Philip
Jessup, United States Ambassa-
dor at large, and United States
Diplomatic representatives in
South East Asia next month,

After that meeting, the corres-
pondent said, some _ additional
effort would be made to define
American policy in South-east
Asia,

—Reuter.



Cannot Use
German Crew

HAMBURG, Jan. 6.

Mr. Sidney Cotton, describing
himself as a British businessman,
who arrived here on Tuesday in
his luxury yacht manned by Bri-
tons, wanted to take on a German
crew, but has been refused per-
mission by the British authorities.

The British Public Relations
Office, reporting this to-day, said
that the British crew of 8 who
brought out the 300 ton yacht,
“My Evangeline’, from South-
ampton had since flown back to
Britain,

Last night he said that he had
paid off his British crew as he had
heard there were many unem-
ployed seamen in Germany. He
intended to visit the Mediterran-
ean and West Indies as soon as he
got a crew. His doctor had advised
him to take a year’s rest and visit
foreign countries, he said.

—Reuter.

cd? tin
AT ALL STORES





German Socialists
Want Free Elections

BERLIN, Jan. 6,

The Federal Executive of the
German Social Democratic Party
meeting in Berlin to-day called
for immediate free elections in all
4 sectors of the occupied city.

The Executive, which, under
the chairmanship of Dr. Kurt
Schumacher, had moved from
Hanover for a special meeting in
Berlin, discussed mainly the pol-
itical and economic situation of
Berlin—traditionally a Social
Democratic stronghold, but now
excluded from the West-German
Republic.

The Executive declared that
Western Berlin must be treated in
every way as a member of the
Federal Republic, whether form-
ally incorporated therein, or not.

The Federal Government at
Bonn must, for example, supply
the necessary funds to balance the
Western Berlin Budget, the Execu-
tive said. "

The Executive emphasized pre-
vious statements that the closest,
connection must be obtained with
the Soviet—occupied area of Gere
many, so as to “exercise an im-
portant influence on the decisions
of the Great Powers.”

It repeated also its invitation
to the British Labour Party and
the French Socialist to a common
discussion of Security Measures
required by the Western Allics.

—Reuter.

+



India Selects
Delegate For
Capetown Talks

NEW DELHI, Jan. 6
Aridya Nath Kunzru, a
of the Indian Con-
Assembly has been
_ as the Government
India’s _ representative at
the tripartite talks between
India, Pakistan and South
Africa opening at Capetown on
February 6, the External Affairs
Ministry announced today.

_The talks are to be held to
discuss the possible summoning
of a round table conference on
the Indian question in South
Africa and the subjects to be
considered by such a conference.

Pandit
member
stituent
selected
of

The Indian delegation to the
talks will also include as official
adviser Mr. Devia, joint Secre-
tary of the External Affairs
Ministry, and Mr. R. T. Chari,
Secretary in the Office of the
High Commissioner for India in
South Africa.

Pandit Kunzru who has spec-
ialized in the problem of Indians

overseas is expected to reach
Capetown about February 4,
—Reuter.



Will U.S. Accept

Communist Regime?

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 5.

President Truman’s announce-
ment that the United States would
not send military aid to Formosa
was interpreted at Lake Success
as leaving the United States dele-
gation free to accept the eventual
transfer of China’s seat on the
United Nations Security Council
to the Communist Regime, The
New York Times reported to-day.

The newspaper’s Lake Success
correspondent said that such
action by the Security Council
had long been regarded as inevit-
able, and it was agreed that Bri-
tain’s recognition of the Chinese
People’s Republic would speed up
the progress.

—Reuter.

+ on

No Action

° .

Says Lie

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 6.

Mr. Trygve Lie United Nations
Secretary General announced to+
day that the United Nations
would take no action to accuse
Chinese Communist delegated
until the various United Nations
bodies, had decided the matte

for themselves,
—Reuter,



SARAWAK, Jan. 6,

The two youths, who were
sentenced to death today for the
murder of the British Governor
of Sarawak, pleaded for clem-
eney after hearing the sentence.

The counsel said he would
appeal to the Supreme Court at
Kuching. Statements in evidence
by the two youths accused a
Malayan named Awang Rambli
(now in prison pending an en-
quiry of forming an organisa-
tion called “The thirteen essential
ingredients”) of goading them to
kill the Governor.

Rosli’s statement said, he had
thrown a knife, and did not
know whether it hit the Gov-
ernor or not. Morshedi said that
he had “pretended to take a pic-
ture”, while Rosli attacked the
Governer. He had then followed
and drawn a knife, but was
seized by the police.

A number of men, named in
the statements as members of the
“Essential Ingredients” Organisa-
tion, are in gaol awaiting an

inquiry.
—Reuter.



Jamaican Loans
Pitched Too High

(From Our Own Correspondent).
LONDON, Jan. 6
Underwriters of the Jamaican

Government 3% per cent in-
scribed stock 1968—73 have
been left with 90 per cent of

£2,550,000 stock offered for pub-
lie subscription.

Total amount of the issue was
£3,250,000 of which £700,000 was
placed privately. The city view
is that the loan which is for
agricultural and other develop-
ment in Jamaica was too highly
priced and that “life” of the
stock was five years too long.

Comments the Daily Express
City Editor Frederick Ellis
“Crown Agents who sponsored
the loan were ill-advised to
pitch their terms so sharply”.



Nationalists Build

New Naval Base

HONG KONG, Jan. 6,

Chinese Nationalists have built
a “new naval base” in the Ladrone
Islands off the Pearl river, 48
miles southwest of Hong Kong to
strengthen their blockade off the
China coast.

A British naval spokesman said
that he doubted if any considerable
construction had been carried out,
but it was very likely that the
Nationalists were using the islands
as an anchorage.

Chinese reports from Taipeh
Formosa, cited “Premier Yen Hsi
Shan as saying that the National-
ists were negotiating with’ the
Vietnam authorities for the re-
lease and transfer to Taiwan of
thousands of Chinese troops, who
retreated across the Indo-Chinese
frontier.—Reuter.

DidFinlandHarbour
300 War Criminals?

HELSINKI, Jan. 6.

The moderate Social Democrat
Government here to-day began a
fight for its Political Life while
the Foreign Office was studying
the text of a Russian note accus-
ing Finland of harbouring 300
Soviet war criminals.

The Government faces a fall
when Parliament meets next
Tuesday to debate the wage in-
creases of seven and a half per
cent. The Government has grant-
ed piece-rate to workers and Civil
Servants from February 15.

All the other parties except the
Communists say a Supplementary
Budget of 1,500,000,000 marks
would be necessary this year to
meet the increase in wages alone.

—Reuter.





Three Expelled

BERLIN, Jan. 6.

The East German Liberal Dem-
oeratic Party to-day formally ex-
pelled three members of the
Brandenburg Provincial Parlia-
ment who fled to the West yes-
verday. Simultaneously the Par-
liamentary mandates were with-
drawn from the three.

They belonged to a group of
five who were suspended from
their party offices at vhe end of
December.—Reuter,

ci? tin







MacArthur
Checks Up

TOKYO, Jan. 6.
General Douglas MacArthur.
Allied Supreme Commander in
Japan, today threatened to take
dfsciplinary action against those
responsible for the release of
matter reportedly contained in
an American State Department
Guide, which was said here to an-

ticipate the fall of Formosa.
An announcement from Mac-
Arthur’s headquarters said that

an official enquiry had been
ordered to fiiid out how the
information fell into the hands
of the Press.

MacArthur knew nothing of
the document until the Press re-
ports appeared, the announce-
ment said.

—Reuter.





. *
Brain Operation
: f. .
May Cure ‘Jackdaw
LONDON, Jan. 6.
A 28-year-old musician describ-
ed by his own counsel as a “pro-
fessional jackdaw who collects
other peoples property” might be
cured of all criminal tendencies
by a brain operation, a London
Court was told to-day. Dr. Ellis
Stungo, psychiatrist, from Harley
Street told the Court that the
man’s personality changed after
he had fractured his skull in 1928
but another change could be
effected by severing certain fibres
in each side of the brain near the
temples.—Reuter.



Ex-Ambassador,

A Lawyer

LONDON, Jan. 6.

Dr. Cheng Tien Hsi, Chinese
Ambassador to Britain until mid-
day to-day when the British Gov-
ernment switched its recognition
to the new Communist Republic,
plans to work as a lawyer here
once he is free of duties.

He has been a judge of the In-
ternational Court of Justice at The
Hague and a Judge of the Chinese
Supreme Court and sat on the
Commission which laid the found-
ation of China’s modern juris-
prudence. “I have always tried
to earn my own living” he told
Reuter to-day.—Reuter.

Pope Pius World
Citizen?

STOCKHOLM, Jan. 6.

The Scanian (South Sweden)
Pagans Society, has written to the
Pope suggesting he become a
world citizen, ‘Millions of catho-
lies would follow your example”
the letter said “and peace on earth
would be established.” Although
we are pagans, wé have a great
respect for you personally and a
great sympathy for the Catholic
Church and its work in different
parts of the world.”—Reuter.





StrikeForJustW ages

ITALY, Jen. 6,

The Palermo Province Tradv
Union Council to-day declared a
province wide one day general
strike for Tuesday to protest
against the “intransigence” of om-
ployers, who “refuse to grant .
just wage.”—Reuter.








BISCUITS



Four Held
In Child

Disappearance

NEW AMSTERDAM, B. G.
(By Mail).

Four persons — two men and
two women have been de-
tained by the New Amsterdam
(Berbice) Police in the suspected
murder of Lillawaitie, 7-year-old
schoolgirl of 57 Stanleytown, who
disappeared on New Year’s night
and whose body was subsequent-
ly found im ag cesspit the follow-
ing morning.

The tragedy it is alleged follow-
ed a “holy spree” at the home of
one Eric Benfield where the girl
was left by her mother Dularie
between noon and 6 p.m. on Sun-
day.

The police were notified at 9.15
p.m. Sunday and a search was
made at the home of Benfield
and another man Jeremiah Fell-

ington on whose premises the
body was found.
Continuing investigations the

Police took into custody on Tues-
day a human skull (an infant’s)
and an altar among other queer
things from the home of the per-
sons detained.

It is believed the child was the
victim of a ceremony in which
she was supposed to be a
‘sacrifice.’

Czechs Protest
To Yugoslavia

PRAGUE, Jan. 6,

The .Czechoslovak Foreign Min-
istry to-day handed a note to
the Yugoslav Embassy protesting
against “the violent attitude”
taken against Czechoslovak citi-
zens in Yugoslavia.

The note said in part: “The
Czechoslovak Government is con-
vinced that when Czechoslovakia’s
citizens ask for re-emigrating (this
is a pretext for Yugoslav officials
to persecute, torture, and arrest
these people.

“All the well-kuown represent-

atives of the Czechs living in
Yugoslavia—active anti-Fascist
fighters in the vears of occupation

—are being persecuted.

The aim of the persecution is to;

prevent these people returning t
their own country,”—Reuter.

Berlin Elections
In October

BERLIN, Jan. 6.
Elections in Eastern Germany
due to be held in October, will be
carried out on the basis of the
manifesto of the national front,

Franz Dahlem of the Socialist
Unity Party’s Political Bureau
told a meeting of Berlin party

officials to-night—Reuter.

Britain Gets
Maize From

Yugoslavia

LONDON, Jan. 6.
Britain is to import 950,000 tons
of maize as well as other food-
stuffs from Yugoslavia in each of
the next five years, it became
known in London to-day.—Reuter,

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SYDNEY, Jan. 6,
Thirty-nine ships from overseas
in the port of Sydney have been
idle since 11 p.m. last night when
all dock workers stopped work on
order from their Union.
About 3,500 dockers have been

on strike for the past 48 hours jj

on the same issue.

The General Secretary of the
Federation, Mr. Healy said that
the Federation’s Federal Council
had decided that, if any ship lefi
Sydney while the dispute con-
tinued, it would not be worked
in any other Australian port.

One ship owner said after to-
day’s talks: “Shipowners are pre-
pared to fight the matter, and let
the law take its full course.”

Shipping is also locked up a
three other ports—Hobart (Tas-
manie) Port Kemla (New South
Wales) and Townsville (Queens-
land) because of disputes on othe
issues.—Reuter.



Investors
Cautious
LONDON, Jan. 6.

Potential investors in
Exchange, hesitant over the pros-
pect of a General Election in the
near future, have applied the
brake to market enterprise and
most operators are content to wait
and see.

Trading today was mainly in
foreign bonds and minings, price
changes showed some irregularity.
Selling of Europeans and Japan-
ese gave the foreign section
qasier trend at the opening
Though prices hardened
closing stages small losses were
widespread. British Government
bonds eased fractionally on dis-
appointment with failure of
pew Jamaica 3% per cent. loan
Leading industrial and oils fol-
lowed the lead of giltedged an
were lower where changed. Rub-
ber shares encountered a small
demand and showed firmness,
Freestaters were again outstand-
ing with strength among kaffirs

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Local buying was followed by
| higher Johannesburg advices.
—Reuter.



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Saturday, January 7, 1950



Gil Steps Forward

THE House of Assembly having accepted
amendments made by the Legislative
Council to the Petroleum Rights Bill, it
now reaches the Statute Book. But this is
not the final step before drilling for oil can
begin in Barbados. There are other form-
alities which must be observed and among
these is the granting of mining rights and
prospecting licenses to concerns willing to
operate under the provisions of the act.

This does not necessarily mean that there
is oil in commercial quantities in Barbados
and that its exploration will increase em-
ployment and improve the*economy of the
island, but inasmuch as the British Union
Oil Company, in association with Trinidad
Leaseholds Limited, is willing to expend
considerable sums with a view to exploring
the possibilities of oil in Barbados, the
Government should not hesitate to avail
themselves of the offer.

There should be no delay in taking the
final step and giving the companies willing
to undertake the exploration an early
start. It is still unknown whether the
quantities of oil found will change the
face of Barbados, but having committed
themselves to the policy of vesting oil
rights in the Crown and deciding the por-
tion of the royalties which should go to
the owner of any oil bearing lands, the
Government must be consistent and grant
with the least possible delay mining rights
and prospecting licenses.

In the past history of this island many
laudable schemes have suffered death by
delay, but with the future of sugar uncer-
tain and the need for an improved economy
to support an ever growing population, it
would be the antithesis of good govern-
ment not to entertain immediately the
claims of the concern ready and equipped
for the purpose.

The next step obviously lies with the
Government. Applications for licenses can
now be made and it only remains for the
Governor-in-Executve Committee to grant
them to the concern ready and anxious to
get on with the job.

Many criticisms have been levelled in
the past, and some not without good reason,
that the method of introducing the new
policy in petroleum rights to the public
had contributed to the delay in the passing
of the bill. The bill, too, was subjected to
severe criticisms in a country wide cam-
paign and after a bitter controversy
several changes were made which, it has
been agreed, made the bill a more workable
enactment. The end of the struggle has
come and the question of oil exploration
is likely to reach finality in a short time.

The technical details of spacing wells and
of balancing production has been stressed
by Mr. Lepper in his report but this can
only be done by the experts of the concern
to whom the license is granted.

It is the sign of good statesmanship, and
the House must be complimented on the
wisdom of its action in overlooking consti-
tutional differences with the Legislative
Council and agreeing to the amendments in
the bill. All good government is based on
some system of compromise and if the
House had rejected the amendments it is
likely that some long time would have
passed before oil exploration began in this
island. By adopting the attitude which it
»has, the House has been able to get on the
Statute Book a most controversial piece of
legislation. That is an achievement of which
many people had despaired during the
consideration of the bill by the Legislature.
Now that it has been accomplished it is up
to the Government to give the finishing
touches to the plan.

OUR READERS SAY:
cseseemnteqedatenneatigumsipamemente

More Time Should Be

To the Editor, The Advocate—



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Will Mr. Attlee Step In Or Out ?

The most commonly vold story
about the Prime Minister is short
and simple. “An empty taxi drew
up at 10, Downing-street, and
Mr. Avtlee got out.” Tories and
other riff-raff are inclined to think
this is funny.

Socialists, on the other hand,
are inclined to think it is nov, and
the rgore prominent members of
the Cabinet think it is positively
sad, They are waiving to hear a
quite different story—“An empty
taxi drew up at 10, Downing-
street, and Mr. Attlee gov in.

Stop-gap

FEW people expect-
ed that Mr. Attiee
would last his full
verm of office. After
all, his prominence in
the party came to him
U by accident.. He be-
came deputy leader
only because the rout of 1931 had
left all the really big men fainv

and flat on the stricken field.
He became leader’ because
George Lansbury could not free
‘himself from the conviction that
there was a lot to be said for
Hitler if only people would talk

to him nicely.

The few people who shared this
conviction were Fascists, who did
not think there was anything ai
all to be said for George Lans-
bury, and George finally decided
that leadership was not compat-
ible with a fixed determination
to go in one direction when the
troops were equally devermined
to go the other way.

He resigned, and Mr. Attlee
succeeded him. He was univer-
sally regarded as a stop-gap and
that is what he was, and is. Bu’
the infants who went toddling to
the baby class when Mr. Atiled
began to stop the gap are now
eating buns in the Naafi, and Mr.
Attlee is svill stopping the gap.

Success story

THIS is distinctly
surprising and a num-
ber of Mr, Attlee’s
colleagues are very
distinctly surprised,
They gladly recognised

U that Mr. Attlee had
made a useful Mayor

of Stepney but they did not think
that many people outside of
Svepney would regard this as a
sufficient qualification for wield-
ing dominion over palm and pine.
They were wrong.

It is true that Mr, Attlee has
managed to get rid of quive a
number of palms, but nobody has
managed to get rid of him. He



By Colm Brogan

will remain leader of the Socialist
Party as long as he chooses and
Prime Minister as long as the
people will stand him.

His is a success story that
would have delighted the Victori-
ean moralists. These moralists had
Small use for brilliance or au-
dacity, or any other dazzling
quali’y that might appeal to light-
minded people on the Continent.

The men they held up as ex-
amples to the young were serious,
solid, and plodding characters who
rose slowly and steadily to wealth
and eminence, while their brilliant
rivals shot up like rockets and
came down like Daltons. It was
quiet and single-minded deter-
mination that won the blessing of
Samuel Smiles and his fellow
philosophers. The Hare, as vaey
never tired of pointing out was
beaten in the race by the Tortoise.

It is well seen that vhese
moralists were much averse to
gambling, for, in spite of the
fable, the odds against the Tor-
voise are anything you care to
ask for. The Tortoise only comes
into the betting when there are
several Hares in the race and
they are more concerned with
buvting and boring each other than
they are with taking the lead
themselves. ‘

That is partly the reason why
Mr. Attlee is where he is, bui' not
by any means the whole reason.
Mr. Attlee is not a Tortoise. There
is a great deal more in him than
his dearest comrades wanved to
admit. There are men who lightly
dismissed Mr. Attlee from their
thoughts not long before Mr.
Atvlee dismissed them from their
jobs.

The Prime Minister is by no
means a negligible man. He has
what it takes to hold his place
at the head of the pariy and the
Cabinet. He is a good committee-
man with a cool unruffled ap-
proach that gives his most absurd
decisions vhe air of being well
thought out in a reasonable and
collected manner. He would make
an excellent Prime Minister in
times when there was nothing
particular vo do.

Respected

HIS public manners
are above reproach.
Not only is he cour-
teous to his political
opponents, but he even
manages to be civil to
his polivical friends.
He is popular with his



party in the way that a precise
and painstaking schoolmaster is
popular with his class. They re-
spect him for being fair and
conscientious and deceniiy con-
siderate but they don’t regard him
with the admiration of the
chuckling wonder tha’ more un-
usual characters are able to com-
mand. .

He is accepted as being “all
right.” It is not the highest praise
but iv is something. In fact, it is
a good deal.

Far more important is the effect
that Mr. Attlee has‘had on non-
Socialists. For a long vime, he
sold the Socialist Party to the
middle-class far more successfully
than Mr. Herbert Morrison. Mr.
Morrison may assure the middle
class that he loves them but they
are not convinced that he loves
very much about them except their
votes.

On the oimer hand, Mr. Attlee
is middle-class. If you wanted to
pick one man as the absolutely
typical example of the English
professional class, Mr. Attlee is
the man you would pick.

When he is phovographed among
the “workers” at a party rally:
he iooks slightly out of place or,
rather, as if he was back in his
East End days. The middle-class
did feel for a long time thay they
could not come to much harm
under Mr. Attlee.

Doetrinal zeal

THEY know bettev
now. There jis no
more toval Socialist in
the Government than
the mild-mannered
man who heads it.
There is much more
astuteness and force



in Mr, Atvlee than most people
imagined, but there is also much
more doctrinal zeal. Mr. Attlee’s
party’s policy is 100 per cent.
Socialism and Mr. Atvlee has no
intention of letting us off with
anything less,

Socialism is the public owner-
ship of everything. Thav is the
only sane meaning to attach to
the word, and that is the meaning
Mr. Aitlee attaches,

It is not surprising. The whole
of Socialist philosophy has been
written by middle-class men. The
Socialist revolutionaries who ever
got anywhere except to jail were
nearly all middle-class men.
Socialism is a middle-class de-
lusion and disease.

So, when the empty cab draws

‘up at 10, Downing-street, we must

hope that Mr. Attlee will step in,
nov out.—L.E.S,

LL

CHEERIO!

Bernard Wicksteed Among The Brewers...

EVER THOUGHT of being a
brewer? A jolly old laughing
brewer? There’s a nice blending
of art, science, and good cheer
about brewing. And it is quite
respectable. I met a brewer this
week who went to Eton,

People have been brewing since
vhe dawn of civilisation. The
Ancient Egyptians put beer in the
Pyramids to cheer up their mum-
; mies (and the Anglo-Saxons put
| it in wassail bowls for their dad-
dies),





Those were vhe days when
women ran the brewing trade as
| a Side line! to baking. When the
| beer went wrong, as it often did,

| they put the blame on witches
| OF some pussyfoov goddess.
* Now the industry has been put

on a more rational basis and you
can even go to a university (Bir-

mingham) and take a brewing
| degree (B.Sc. in Industrial Fer-
mentation).

Some day vhe scientist may

know all about the behaviour of
hops, barley, and yeast, but at
the moment there are great gaps
in their knowledge, and vhat is
where art enters in.

Brewing is a job worth consid-
ering for the boy who is interested
in chemistry, physics, engineering,
and bacteriology, but doesn’’ want
to be a specialist at any of them.

Lots of boys like making stink
bombs and yet have no wish to
spend vheir whole lives making
stinks in laboratories.

Chemistry

SOME PEOPLE think that be-
cause the modern brewer has to
be good at chemistry, beer must
be full of chemicals. Well, so it
is. But so are you and so is roast
beef, turkey, and Christmas
puddings,







ne



The chemicals that a brewer
deals in are the chemicals of life,
He has to know why the starch
in barley turns to sugar after the
grain begins to spout. He has
to know how much alcohol
(which is a chemical) he can ex-
pect from the barley sugar (which
is another chemical.)

Above all, he has to be on
familiar terms with yeast. 1
don't know what you think about
yeast. Most people regard it
as something you put in bread
to make it rise and never reflect
that it is a living organism with
hopes and disappointments like
the rest of us.

The individual yeast cell is so
small you can see it only with a
microscope, There are scores of
different kinds, some friendly to
the brewer and some hostile.

One of the greatest perils in
brewing is an attack by wild
yeasts (yeasts, not beasts).

They float about in the air or
lurk in sacks of barley, just wait-
ing for a nice brew of beer to
spoil,

Pedigree Yeast

CULTIVATED and = genteel
yeasts are the brewer's best
friends. Without them he couldn’t
make beer at all. So he looks after
them iike a mother, nursing





Teday’s Thought

IDEALITY is only the
avant-courier of the mind, and
where that, in a healthy and
normal state goes, I hold it to
be a prophecy that realization —
can follow.

—HORACE MANN,

them in sickness, protecting them
from draughts, and pampering
their little appetites.

Some brewers keep the same
strain going for generations, like
a dynasty of kings. One British
firm has kept its strain pure for
40 years, and some of the larger
yeasts on the Continent can trace
their unsullied ancestry pack for
nearly a century,

Brewers work in watches or
shifts, like the officers of a ship
seeing that ali goes well with
their yeast. And, like sailors,
keep a look out for a change in
the weather.

They dread. a thunderstorm
because that seems to upset their
tiny friends. So does hot weather.

brewer must have good
taste. So student and under-
graduate brewers go round the
pubs sampling the beer as part
of their homework.

Getting There

BREWING is a rather exclu-
sive profession, There are about
450 breweries in the country and
1,400 qualified brewers to run
them. Forty or 50 jobs fall vacant
each year.

You start at about £400 a year
and can make up to £1,500 as an
under brewer, As a head brewer
there’s almost no limit to what
you can get. y

Until recently the only way you
could become a brewer was to be
arlicled at £100 a year for two
years to another brewer and then
do a further year with a firm of
analytical chemists,

Now you can learn a lot of the
work in college at Birmingham,
Edinburgh or Manchester,

Well cheerio,

LES.



Sir,—Please allow me to public-
ly express my warm a preciation
of the manner in which the nom-
ination of Vestry candidates was
carried on, on Monday last at the
St. Thomas Boys’ School.

One special point of interest and
worthy of mention was the pro-
duction of some important Paro-
chial Records by Mr. K, Sandiford
(Churchwarden) from which he
quoted in easy style and charac-
teristic manner instructive facts
and figures which I feel sure, must
result in an intelligent under-
standing of Parochial administra-
tion as related to this Parish.

Many vital questions were pro-
pounded and discussions reached
and were maintained at a surpris-
ingly high level which to me is in-
dicative of the steadily growing
interest that is being taken in
Parochial affairs.

A friend expressing his sense of
Satisfaction remarked: “Nomina-
tion day should be set aside as a
public holiday when both electors
and candidates would meet on
common grounds and have the
Opportunity of discussing prob-
lems and exchanging views and

opinions on matters of public in-
terest.” My friend went further
and seemed to visualise the poss-
ible necessity for adjourning for
luncheon and, if necessary, din-
ner, at these nomination meetings
In order to escape the hurried
method adopted and also to allow
for a more balanced judgment to
be formed of candidates offering
themselves for election.

This feeling, no doubt, emerges
from the fact that many a candi-
date, grappling for time, often
finds merely enough left him to
Say, “Thank you for nominating
me: and if you would come down
to the poll on Monday next and
record your vote in my favour I
shall do my best to serve» you"—
this Senerally without any ex.
pressed views or stated policy

M. H. SEALV

Yalking in the Assembly
To the Editor, The Advocate

Sir,—There was in fact quite an
amusing article the other day ur
der the caption “ The Carpir
Critic” written by C. G chastising
his good friend Geor ge for his
Just and uncalled for attac k
Government,

un-
or
I can quite under.

stand his feelings in the matter,
which is further intensified
through the waste of money at the
club that could better have been
spent, given as a further subscrip-
tion to the Hurricane Relief Fund.
However this reminds me of the
experience gained when one at-
tends a meeting of the House of
Assembly. Of course Mr. Lee
Wade has some time ago given us
some idea of what takes place and
I do not propose to go into the de-
tail of a day’s work in the House
of Assembly, but it is worth stop-
ping for a moment to ask what are
the functions that the House ought
to perform, because I cannot help
feeling that there is a good deal
of misconception on this point, As
I see it, the main function is to re-
present what you or I, or thous-
ands of other people in this coun-
try, are thinking about the vari-
ous subjects brought before the
House, and so far as I am con-
cerned, I am astonished how well
functi Is performed, be-
use I very rarely read a debate
Which I am

finding that
not necessarily
who is supposed_to
hag expressed my

i ‘
Nat



h a subject with
famaliar without
someone, though
the member
represent me,



point of view. But of course, if I
am right and the proper function
of the House is to reflect diverse others,
points of view, it follows that that
hy talking. So that the complaint
which is frequently heard nowa-
days, of the waste of time in-
volved in the House talking so
much, is really a complaint not
against the House in particular but
against representative institutions
in general, Although it is Pposs-
ible, under some forms of govern-
ment, to find an elected chamber
so unanimous that one member can
voice the opinion of all the rest
of ‘his colleagues, I do not think
anyone would claim that such an

ssembly represented every shade
of opinion in that country, So it
is important to realise that talk-
ing is an essential function of a
House of Assembly and that if
you do not want to have talk then
you cannot have a House.

A couple of mornings ago while
attending one of tke Vestry Hust-
ings for the nomination of candi-
dates, the electorate were asked
to make every effort to write
to the press Setting out their
views in any form or fashion. Be
& carping critic like Bertie’s friend

opinion that

quarters,

Indies are a

to

|



SAS operas ee a

Given For Nomination Day Proceedings 4

and whatever is expressed inade-
quately can be elaborated on by
Finally I am sure that in

the long run every section of the
function can only be carried out electorate will be represented.

British Council And

Robert Adams
77m or, a Advocate,
» — That Ro! = 40) :

cused the ‘British "ene ‘tp tail what I think the British Coun-
service is not to be lightly looked
upon. To many in the West In-
dies it is an already deep seated
the British Council
4s presenting an undue amount of
the British way of living to these
q From its attitude one
is apt to think that the West
totally uncultured
people without art or beauty; and
are to be taught from scratch. It
is this almost embarrassing be-

Sf ocienreeenereectesiemnsinssined,

Sa

@ LETTERS which are signed with a

accompanied by the customary bona fides,

Many such reagh the Editor's desk each we

are again reminded of the necessity for th

known to the Editor,
assurance of good faith.



; Canada Needs People
|
|



y H. Dent Hodgson =|
" OTTAWA (By Mal). |
’s sources of immigration are .
Pes ret en was shown during eee
immigration figures dwindled — _
post-war peak of more than 125,000 to :
officials estimate will be 90,000 this ont
The decrease indicated too that the nes
Year will see an early revision of the pres =
restriction on immigration, probably in oe
junction with the setting-up of the ey :
partment of Citizenship and eer ae
provided for by ee oe: a
i mcluded in December. :
se Without some widening of present restric-
tions, a further decrease in Ragen ye ed
might be expected in 1950. Main reason i
the drop in 1949 figures is a pares 2
immigrants from the British Isles. In ie
first nine months of 1949, the influx from t -
source dropped 47 per cent. to 18,285 on
pared with 34,588 in the similar period o
vith the drastic devaluation of oo
Kingdom currency, this oe be expected |
rop still further next year.
T Siecaarhice fewer displaced persons can |
definitely be expected. Exact number of per-
sons left in the camps in Europe is not beng
but it is estimated at 600,000. About 150,00
of these would be eligibie for entry to Can-
nder present policies.
ai ost of the DPs left in the camps are the
“hard core,’ a term used to describe those |
persons who because of age, disease or fail-
ing health, are not considered desirable as
immigrants. r a
Thus the sources of new Canadian citizens
are disappearing, despite the fact that there
are still many people in many parts of the
world who dream of coming to Canada, and
despite widespread suggestion in Canada



that this country could support a population
many times her present 14,000,000. _
Agriculture Minister J. G. Gardiner has
suggested that Canada should have a popula-
tion of 50,000,000. ae. last an
campaign, George Drew, Progressive Con-
setters leader, suggested that 100,000,000
should be the aim.
Proponents of a large population do not
suggest that it can be done overnight. But
a gradually-increasing number of immigrants
could be absorbed each year. Thus, if Can-
ada could assimilate 125,000 in 1948, she
might take 175,000 in 1949; 250,000 in 1950,
and so on. ; . ate
Instead of this happening, immigration in
the first nine months of 1949 decreased 16.5
per cent. With the outlook for 1950 still
dimmer, new policies can ‘be expected.
Present regulations admit farmers from \
most countries with a minimum of questions
asked; near relatives of persons already in
Canada; and persons from the United King-
dom, Ireland and France with practically no
restriction. In addition, specific groups
which may from time to time be needed in
industry, such as bushworkers and domes-
tics, have been admitted.—(C.P.)

Britain Faces Water
Shortage

By Don Gilbert

LONDON (By Mail)

Despite her abundant rainfall, Britain will
be faced with a water famine within twenty
years unless a way can be found to cut its
use or build more reservoirs quickly.

A growing population and wider public
liking for modern plumbing are outpacing
construction of new storage facilities. Use
of water has increased 30 per cent. in ten
years and already some communities are un-
able to satisfy all demands,

Industry and agriculture are competing
with the domestic user for more water, So
fast is consumption of the wet stuff soaring
that engineer estimated demand in 1970 will
be double what it was when the second
world war began,

The war interrupted expansion of the
reservoir system. Now shortages of labour
and materials make difficult the launching
of a programme big enough to ensure ade-
quate supplies at the current rate of increase
In consumption.

The average Briton is using fifty gallons
a day. That is modest compared with some
western standards. Water-short New York-
ers, for instance, use an average of 110 gal-
lons a day in their homes, |

A committee of experts designated by the
Ministry of Health to look into the problem !
found elimination of wastage at from three
to ten gallons per capita daily.

The experts rejected metering of water as
too expensive. Instead they recommended
an intensive public relations campaign to
win the co-operation of consumers. It urged
more research into means of detecting under-
ground wastage and suggested industry re-
use wherever possible.

The report also mentioned loss of water
through leaky faucets, the running of water
into the drain until it comes hot, and con-
tinued use of automatic flushing Systems in

factories and offices during Sund
holidays.—(C.P.) ane Pe



haviour which hinders many from
taking the valuable and sometimes
necessary advantages offered,














C.G. G. push from where they are, in-

stead of an overdose of construc.
tive criticism, many more would

hover under the outstretched
wings of the British Council,
I do not

propose to give in de-

cil should do, but if they would
give the aspirant a helping hand,
then steer him towards the Eu-
ropean way — which certainly is
beautiful — their efforts would be
more effective than attempting to
start him from scratch, This
perhaps is the bone of contention
between Robert Adams and the
British Council, and should be
avoided in Barbados,

nori-de-plunie, but un
will be ignored
ek, and readers
€ writer's name
not for publication, but as an

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LOCAL NEWS



TOP—10 a.m. yesterday these people queued for kerosene at Shell Service Station, Eagle Hall. ,
BOTTOM—3 p.m. yesterday they were still queuing outside Messrs Cole & Co., Garage, Bay Street.

“Gascogne” Brings
Fruit And Horses

“Athel Ruby” Calls
At Bridgetown

THE 2,68l-ton (net) French
S.S. “Gascogne” returned to Bar-
bados on Thursday night at 7
o'clock from French Guiana via
Trinidad.

Along with 20 passengers from
Trinidad, this vessel brought 33
tons of cargo which included 320
cases of prunes, oranges, other
fruit, derby oats and ink.

Eleven race horses which took

ABOUT 1,15 p.m, yesterday,
molasses tanker “Athel Ruby”
called at Bridgetown from British
Guiana.

The “Athel Ruby” will load
here approximately 126,000 gal-
lons of vacuum pan molasses for
Trinidad.

It did not take its berth in the
inner basin of the Careenage be-
fore late yesterday afternoon.

Messrs, H. Jason Jones & Co.,
Ltd., are local agents,

‘Leander’ Back Here

LUXURY AUXILIARY ketch
Leander, owned and _ skippered

part in the recent Trinidad races
were brought back on this ship.
Owners of these horses are Hon.
J.D. Chandler, Mr. Victor Chase,
Mr. Stewart Massiah and Mr.
A. P. Cox. .

The “Gascogne”’ remained in
port until about 2.30 a.m. yester-







day and then sailed for England
via Martinique and Guadeloupe.
It took out three passengers.
Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.,
are agents.

“Gloria May”
13 Days Overdue



THE 99-ton Schooner “Gloria |

May” under Captain Graham is
now about 13 days overdue,

It was since December 24 that
this vessel sailed from British
Guiana for Barbados and it was
scheduled to reach Bridgetown
within three of four days.

The Schooner Owners’ Associ-
ation, vessels’s agents here, said
yesterday that they had got no
information leading to its loca-
tion,

by Mrs. K. Bernard, returned to
Barbados from the Grenadines
yesterday.

The Leander sailed from here
shortly before Christmas for
Trinidad where Mrs. Bernard
was to meet her husband who
had flown over from U.K, Before
leaving for Trinidad, Mrs. Bern-
ard told the “Advocate” that she
intended coming back to Barba-
dos for the New Year.

Sees.



ON DRY DOCK

! ON dry dock with Schooner
“Marion Belle Wolfe” is the 87-
ton Schooner “Philip H. David-
son.” This is the second schooncr
taken off the British Guiana—
Barbados run for a short while
for docking.

Both these schooners are to
;come off dock some time neat
week,



In Carlisle Bay

Mr. George C. Holder, Mr. Fitz Herbert

IN PORT—Yawl Potick, Sch. Laudal-
pha; Sch. Manuata, Sc). Philip H.
Davidson, Yacht Maya, M.V,. Daerwood,
Yaw! Stortebecker, Sch. Sunshine R., Sch.
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Alexandrina R.,
Sch, Frances W. Smith, M.V. Blue Star,
Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch. Marion Belle
Wolfe; Sch. Emanuel C, Gordon; Sch.
Reginald N. Wallace; Sch. Mandalay II;
Sch. Marea Henrietta; Swedish Barquen-
tine Sunbeam, S.S, Interpreter, S.S.
Philosopher.

ARRIVALS

Auxiliary Ketch Leander, 43 tons net,
Capt. Mr. K. Bernard, from the Grena-
dines.

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.
Lonsdale, from British Guiana; Agents:
H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.

French S.S, Gascogne, 2,681 tons net,
Capt. Pringet, from Trinidad; Agents:
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

Passengers arriving by this vessel
from Trinidad were:— Mr. Edgar Cross-
ley, Mrs. Emma Talbot, Mr. Gabriel G.
Yvonnet, Mr. Lester Wilkinson, Mr. Sei-
ford B. Downes, Mr. Gasper Grant, Mr.
Oscar A, Padmore, Mr. Griggy Holder,

Alleyne, Mr. Olywn Taylor, Mr. St.
Clair Webster, Mr. Filiot Herton, Mr.
David McCanley, Mr. Gordon Blackman,
Mr. Clarence Alleyne, Mr. Oliver King,
Miss Joan H. Hellyer.
DEPARTURES

S.S. Golfito, 4,505 tons net,
Throburn, for Southampton; Agents;
Wilkinson & Haynes & Co., Ltd.

Leaving by this vessel for Southamp-|
ton were:— Mr. N. H. Bragge, Mrs. N.
H. Bragge, Master C. W. Bragge, Mrs.
c. V. D. Hadley, Mr. J. C. Harper,
Mrs. M. Hartley, Mr. C. W. F. Hartley,
Miss D. Hartley, Miss M. Hartley, Mr.
George E. Sharpe, Mr. W. Underhill, Mr.
John Underhill, Mr, David Underhill,
Mr. J. H. Young.

$.S. Gascogne, 2,681 tons net, Capt.
Prigent, for England via Martinique and
Guadeloupe; Agents: R. M. Jones & Co.,
Ltd.
Leaving by this vessel for Martinique

Capt

lf

—ei

| Kerosene

Oil Short

THERE is an island-wide short-
age of kerosene oil and from early
morning yesterday until after five
p.m. there were queues of people
at the several Service Stations
with their containers hoping to get
a small supply of the now precious
fuel. Cyclists with their contain-
ers were seen riding around in
the search too. 5

This shortage should be re-
lieved soon, however, when the
oil tanker “Rufina” which should
have arrived here some days ago
with supplies, comes from Trini-
dad.

The Advocate learnt yesterday
afternoon that the “Rufina”’ had
left Trinidad yesterday at noon
and is due sometime today or to-
morrow.

Mr. A. J. Hunte of General
Traders Ltd. representatives of the
Shell Oil Company for kerosene
oil, told the “Advocate” yesterday
that the shortage experienced for
the past few days was due to the
tanker not having arrived last
week as was expected, and the
abnormal demand of the fuel dur-
ing the festive season,

The tanker which was to have
come about December 29 should
be here today or tomorrow, he
said, and then he had no doubt
that the situation would be nor-
mal again.

Mr. M. Seale of Messrs R. M.
Jones & Co. Ltd., agents for the
Esso Oil Company, had a similar
story totell. “If the tanker comes
today or tomorrow,” he said, “de-
liveries by the agents to the vari-
ous business houses should not be
later than on Ylonday, and there-
ore there is hardly any immediate
likelihood of the situation becom-
ing acute.”

Fort Royal Garage Ltd. is one of
the places being besieged by
householders in an effort to secure
a little of the fuel. “From last
Saturday there has been a rush for
oil and we have been quite un-
able to cope with the demand,”
said Mr. V. Bayley in-charge of
the particular department con-
cerned.

“Tt takes just a couple of hours
for our daily quota to be ex-
hausted.”

He felt that a serious state of
affairs would develop should the
or become acute,

cyclist carrying a half gallon
bottle of the fuel had been Soap
ing the town, he said, and had
taken some hours before succeed-
ing in getting any.



would certainly have had to an-

noy my neighbours tonight had I

not got this,” he pointed out,
Another man with an oil ce

had left home since 9 vi

o'clock in



wer:— Miss Juilenne Penavere, Mrs
Marie Pamphile.
FOR GUADELOUPE....

Mr, Thomas R, Hovell.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

CABLE and Wireless (W.I.)

advise that they can now communicate

with the following ships through their
dos Coast Station:—

8.S. Brazil, S.S. Fylgia, S.S. Gas-
cogne, S.S. Dewdale, S.S. Benny, S.S.
Brajara, S.S. Raxgitata, S.S. Celestial,
S.S. Alcoa Patriot, S.S. Brazil, $.S.
Pioneer Gem, §.S. Mormactern, S.S.
Esito, S.S. Strix, S.S. Norse Mountain,
S.S. Esso Aruba, S.S. Amica, S.S.
Papanui, S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, $.S. Cor-

ltd.

S$.S. P. and T, Seafearer, S.S.
Katy, S.S. Samuel C. Loveland, S.S.
Rufina, S.S. Specialist, 58.8. Esso
France, 8.8. Adelaide, S.S. Demost-
henes, S.S. Lady Rodney, S.S. Bralanta,
&,S. Norness, §.S. Denis, S.S. Riogrande,
§.S. Pacific Importer, §S.S. Sundial
S.S. Mercator, S.S. Imperial, Que-
bec, S.S. Lake Traverse, S.S. Campero,
S.S. Nidardal, S.S. Nueva Andalucia,
S.S. Cavina, §S.S. Gloxina, §.S. Fort
Amherst,

rintes,





ARRIVALS — BY B.W.I.A.L.
From Trinidad:
Joan Mardall,
Kenneth Gordon
Simeon Vos,
Seon Crawfo:

George Mardall, Major
. Winifred Gordon,
Dorothy Vos, Hans Kugler,
rd, Rose Reefer, _ Betty
Reefer, Consuele Goddard, Consuelo
Gonzalez, Nicholas Gaffney, Wedney
Gaffney, Nicholet Gaffney, Mary Gaffney,
Peter Gaffney, William Whicham, Ray-
mond Pearsons, Cladys Pearsons, Jessie
Taylor, Oliver Taylor, John Taylor, Jr.
John Taylor, Ernest’ Thurman, Cecil
Isaac, Harrieta Rayward, Oliver Ray-
ward, Conrad Wooding, L. Friedmann.
From St. Lucia,

The Weather

TODAY;



Sun sises 6.18 a.m
Sun Sets: 5.52 p.
Moor oe



Jean Edghill, Alexander Boyd, Violet |

Stow, Seon
Joseph Lewis.
DEPARTURES — BY B.W.LA.L
For Trinidad.

Mr. Carlos Schmeichler, Mr. Jess Hall,
Mr. McDonald Rivas, Mr. Jack King, Mr
Shelby Smith, Mrs. Ida Stewart. Mr.

Crawford, Oscar Byrne,

Roderick Stewart, Miss Julia Hillhouse, |

Miss Gladys Ridinger, Miss Freda Wag-
ner, Mr. Clyde Medford, Miss Patricia
Haskell, Mrs. Kathleen Haskell, Mr
Harold Haskell, Mr. Victor Etienne, Miss



Mary Francis, Mr. Arthur McKinstry,
Mrs. Elinor McKinstry, Mstr. David Mc
Kinstry, Miss Diana McKinstry, Mr
Hugh Payne, Mstr. Leroy Alexander,
Mr. LeéRoy Alexander, Mrs Gladys
Alexander, Mrs Joan Marsh Mstr
Jol Math, Mstr. Ian Marsh, Miss Wil-
ma Driscoll, Mrs. Frances Appleby, Mr
David Appleb: Mrs Rosina Maughn
Mz Mr Edward

Richard Marshal
Cc erbatch



What’s on Today



the morning and afer four rs
had failed to secure ely
seemed disconsolate when he
said, “I am hungry but I ire not
return home until I get some oil
there is none there.” ;

Steel Shed Packed
At B.L.P. Meeting

IN SPITE of the rain the Steel
Shed at Queen’s Park was packed
to capacity last night when Mr.
G. H. Adams, President of the
Barbados Labour Party and other
members of the Party made light
of the efforts of the Electors’
Association to form a union so as
to weaken the Barbados Labour
Party.

Speakers also reviewed the
work that the Party has done in
the House during last year, and
promised greater efforts this year.
Mr, Adams prophesic¥®that when
the Party came to address them
next year Ministerial Status would
be a reality. He prophesied too,
| that the Labour Party would» be
returned in England whenever the
| next Election was held there.

Mr. T. W. Miller was present at
the meeting and he appealed for







“My lamps are all empty and I |

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;

Two Wills
Admitted
To Probate





HIS Honour the Chief Judge, |
Sir Allan Collymore, granted three |
petitions for Letters of Adminis-}

admitted the wills of|

tration, and

at
Court

probate
of the



yes-
} of
Ordinary.

The first petition was that of
Cleo Clementina Greaves of St
Simon’s, St. Andrew, for Letters
of Administration to the estate of
her deceased husband, Charles
Lydford Greaves, late of Sion Hill,
St. James.

Petitioner was represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C. instructed
by Mr. L. &. R. Gill of Messrs
Cottle Catford & Co.

Second petition was that of
Lionel Fitz-Clarence Edwards of
New York, U.S.A., but residing
at Spooner’s Hill, St.. Michael. for
Letters of Administration with

, Will annexed to the estate of his

: late

| Will Be Withdrawn

|
|



support at the election for St. |}
Michael’s Vestry next Monday. |
| All other speakers back Mr. }
} Miller’s candidature.
| Mr. Adams said that so far they
{had introduced m ires with
trying to curtail
Legislative ¢
possessed He wal
| that if the members of the Cour
cil tried to hamper progre he®&
| powers would, be so curtailed tl
}they would really be €

tan ) t ist t

father Jonathan Augustus
Edwards late of Crab Hill, St.
Lucy. The will was admitted te
probate on November 4, 1949.

Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C.. in-
Structed by Mr. D, A. Banfield of
Messrs. Hutchinson and Banfield
represented the petitioner.

Last petition granted was that
filed by Etheline Marie Gill of
Church Street, St. Peter, for Letters
of Administration to the estate of
her deceased husband, Therolc
Clairmonte Gill, late of St. Peter.

Counsel for the petitioner was
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed by
Mr. D. A. Banfield,

The wills admitted to probate





ee

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Le
To Drill

NOW thet the Oil Bill has been passed by the Legisla-

ture, Trinidad Leaseholds

cession * drill for oil in Barbados, Mr. Simon J. Vos, Chair-

man ci the company with he

told the “Advocate” yesterday.

It Was 68.5:

Br-rr-rr! Everyone has been
complaining against an unusually
cold January. Warm blankets
have been pressed into. service.
The temperature dropped as low
as 68.5F, this week. The maxi-
mum temperature recorded at the
Government Experimental Station
at Codrington was 80 F. and the
minimum 68.5 and at Claybury
Plantation, St. John, it dropped as
low as 69 F.

On Thursday the maximum was
83.5 F. and the minimum 74.5 F.
Wednesday was cooler in the day
—83.5 F, but warmer in the night
—i74.5 F. The coolest day was
Thursday when 85.5 F. was re-
corded in the day and 69.5 at night.

Rain added to the general dis-
comfort on Thursday morning.
Bissex Police sub-station recorded
1 inch and 20 parts, District “C”
1 inch and 18 parts, District “A”
50 parts, District “B” 69 parts,
District “D” 72 parts, District “E”
70 parts, Holetown 88 parts and
Four Roads 93 parts.



Farmers Suffer





aseholds Want |



For Oil

Ltd. will apply for the con-
adquarters in London, England

Mr. Vos came in on Thursdoy
evening by B.W.I1.A. from Trini-



PAGE FIVE








was among the first to devel
the theory of valency, wh
explains how the atoms Ww



dad after spending about a fort-
night in that colony. He was
accompanied by Major Kenneth
Garddn, Managing Director ct
T.L.L. London, Mr. George
Mardall, General Manager of the
company in Trinidad and Dr. H.
Kugler, the company’s consulving
geologist from Trinidad. They are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
and will be leaving to-day.

Mr. Vos said that they were
hoping the local Government
would favour them and shoud
they receive authority to driil,
they would move in their equip-
ment within a matter of a few

weeks,
The Only Way

Asked about the possibilities of
finding oi] here, he said that the
only way to find out was by drill-
ing and his company in conjunc-
tion with the British Union Oil
Company was prepared, if accept-
ed, to taking the capital risk in
doing so.

Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. are
the largest British Oil Company
in the British Empire and the
leading Oi] Company in Trinidad
and they also had markets in
several parts of the world. They
had been a very successful com-





constitute all matter are









growth of chemistry. With
Norman Lockyer, British
astronomer, Frankland discovered
fite existence of helium in the sun. In addition, he was one of the leading authorities on
water supply, and instituted a system for the periodic examination of water for bacteria
which brought him widespread renown. ;
Born in Churchtown, Lancashire, in 1825, Frankland was apprenticed to a druggist
in Lancaster until he went to London at the age of twenty to study chemistry. In 1851
he was appointed professor of chemistry at Owens College, Manchester. Returning to
London in 1857, he held appointments at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, The Royal Institution
and The Royal School of Mines. He was President of the Chemical
Society from 1871-3, and of the Institute of Chemistry from 1877-80.
The Royal Society awarded him its highest honour—the Copley Medal—
in 1894. Frankland was knighted in 1897, five years before his death,







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were those of Frederick William From Rains , pany for many years and WEE iN. | Y99S9SS$S995599S9599999959S999985959999995 95599 09%
Nightingale and Louise Daw, both pikes the forefront of the leading oil.|$ Y
late of Christ Church. RAIN fell heavily at District F| companies in regard to modern|% ‘
=a and District C on Thursday night] practice connected with drilling | @ LADIES ane %
eT When 1 inch and 20 parts and 1) for oil, 2 .
De " Ni e oo and 18 parts respectively om... they could discover oil in % .
‘ were recorded for those districts.| Barbados, the company would vel ¥ %
Ci ee USt Although no damage was known| making a very great contribution % :
P farmers suffered some losses. to the sterling oil requirements % \
ronounce Other districts were District A,| of the sterling area which were & .
0 parts, District B, 69 parts, Dis-|so badly needed. $ .
IN the Court for Divorce anc| ‘ict Ds 72 parts and District E 70 x ‘
a ar Di
Matrimonial Causes yesterday His par? , x %
Honour the Chief Stin Sir Allan Holetown had 88 parts and Four 25 YEARS AGO % %
Collymore, pronounced decree nisi Rotda, St; Jans, 06. parte. (Barbados Advocate, January 7 x Y
in the suit of E. P. Cozier 1925) "1%
(Petitioner é ‘ozier | rin 4 . s .
(Respondent). iis orice Roof Burnt (Colne tren ee ee nee $ :
Petitioner was represented by . We have not yet be xt realise g ;
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.. instructed A fire broke out at Bank Hall in all its bearings ne te aes a R ‘
by Mr. L. E.R Gil.” ‘| yesterday about 2.30 p.m. and Oe the aad ca. ea eee x .
ar alice ; ,| burnt part of a boarded and . 2 doors by|%& %
Decree nisi was also pronounced I ors American to West Indian im- | y
in. the suit pos ae snny | singled house which is the prop- rene aa ‘ % S ES ’
tyr Bly - = M, eens lerty of Walter Beckles of My migration. There are still suffi- x NEW TYL ’ “i
(Respondent). » © Pe? | Lords Hill, St. Michael, The fire Se ee en ee 2 2
Meccare ats ba Brigade under Capt. Press visited] * ge sums of money to con-| % >
eae enka tee wa*|the scene and quickly put ont} “nue to be sent back here for the % POPULAR SHADES ‘
by Mr. L. &: R. tt, K.C., instructed | the fire. The house is insured for| SUPPort of folk left behind, But} % :
a are na es Gill, | £125. Plumbers were working on there will, as time passes, be 4 % y
eee City the roof at the time of the occurr-|&t@dual shrinkage of these re- % .
e | ence. mittances, and this shrinkage will | ¢& AT THE >
Questions iscneoSfasiciiessienetiges be reflected in the reduction of 8
B R F the purchasing power of the com- 2 4
av . : munity, If some new outlet for |% . x
In A he House y um actory out population is not found, more- % SPECIAL PRICE ;
. : . over, the congestion locally must] ’
2 , a
eee House of Assembly on Suffers Another Loss produce a very unhealthy condi- 8 si OF >
Sean . W. A. Crawford, IT WAS reported that the|tion of affairs economically. We % x
. Oa Member for St. Philip ask-| Storehouse of Bornn’s Bay Rum|have had much talk’ of stopping | % ’
caiiae: Gat the cae ne ae Factory at St. Michael’s Row,\¢migration to Cuba. We quite 8 6 ‘
Philip And it ane actin’ 4 of St-/ was broken and entered between appreciate the difficult position | % EACH x
ble oe ] ' Pearce sy AMPOSSI~ | 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday and 8.30] and condition of affairs in that] % ry %
for the ee totemdealies aaitae a.m. on Thursday. A bank book] Republic; but to prohibit emigra- % 4
Batis rasiAdlafeinae = et eae with an entry of $20 and four|tion as a remedy for hardships| % signalled itt ns
and in. view of the ‘fact ‘eae the keys are missing. suffered on some occasions by our ¥ ; 4
stint vagy This is the second recent loss} emigrants would merely be a case} & HARRIS N x
provision of public baths ¢ : ; x _— M
Pee is i siete = the firm has suffered. of the remedy being worse that % BROAD ST. %
obligation of the local authori- Bete eC ea the disease. The a nee fe g 3
ties, will the Government makel ; be kept open at all costs; and ine | % y
the necessary funds available to Van Damaged opportunities offered by British | * *O99G96G69GGGG99G9G99S99999SS9S SSS 999 SSSSOGOA
the Vestry, by way of a grant, for Guiana should be studied.
Selb ealtin sicathatsieee to the ssia Extensively Sa oe ieee
parish ?” AN accident occurred at about %
3.25 p.m. on Thursday on Green

New Issue of Stamps |

THE new issue of stamps which
were put into circulation on Octo- |}
ber 10 last year, will be with-
drawn next Monday, January 9,
the Advocate was informed
terday.

The usual issue will then be put
into circulation until they are ex- |
hausted about mid-year when
dollars and cents issues will re-
place the sterling issues.

yes-

Injured |

RHODA HARDING of Chalky
Mount, St. Joseph, was taken to
the General Hospital yesterday
morning in an unconscious condi-
tion and detained.

Harding was involved in a
bicycle accident which occurred at

Hill Road, St. Michael, between
the. motor van P—174, owned by
J. A. Skeete, and driven by Vere
Skeete of Hillaby, St. Thomas, and
a jeep owned by the Shell Com-
pany and driven by Reginald
Forde of Deacons Road.

The van was extensively dam-
aged.





. _
Hawker Fined.
FOR blackguarding before Hen-

ry Clarke on November 3, Ottie
Harewood a hawker of Richmond

| Gap was fined 5/- in seven days

or in default seven days’ impris-
onment by His Worship Mr. A. J.
H. Hanschell yesterday.

STICK LASH COSTS £2

A FINE of £2 to be paid in 14
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
~ eee LE a ST AED
: ui 5
et AS SIFIED ADS WANTED EDUCATIONAL dl | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE , HQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | LIQUOR. LICENSE NOTICE 7
$ The application of Samuel Wairond of The application of Anita Clarke, of The application of Marie ichiow
s =S= Blood Pressure | Hunte Street, St Michael, for permission | Hindsbury Road, St, Michael, far per-| Bay Land, Beckles Road, St. Michael,
¢ THE PARRY SCHOOL to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at aj mission to sil Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e.,| for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Li-
a HELP | board and shingle shop attached to resi- | at the bottom floor of a 2 ¢torey wall quors, &¢., at a board and shingle shop
; — THE PARRY SCHOOL re-opens on 5 omen | dence at Hunte Street, Bridgetown building in Cheapside, City with shedroof attached at Bay Land
T E % A JUNIOR TEACHER for next term.| Monday, January 16 at 945 a.m. Twice women oo) 5 ares Sls Sit day..of Canuery, 180 a lice Maen eee ee eae ree :
RA FOR BENT beginning 17th January 1950, a junio: | 3. I. SMITH, ter from ‘Hhgh Blood Pressure, which {T° the Police Maxistrate, Dist. “A”. | Te the Police Ms pet te pees Dated this oth day of Fanuaey LUO. iota
Seen nee week San teacher, minimum qualification—Schoo! Headmaster. isa disease that starts Signed C. L. H N, Signed ANITA Ci 5 To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘
i Certificate 50—Sn. time for Applicant. Applicant. . Signed MARIE CRICHLOW,
UNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20 —S—S== ee W. D. RUDDER, i Bi = of Canna of LAtd and N.B.—This application will be consid- N.B.--This application will be consid- ~ Applicant
ANNO) | __ buSle ered at a Licensing Court to be held at | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at) N.B.--This application will be const
i Principal—B'dos Academy and later on to strokes, Con:- ao
FOR SALE per word - | HOUSES 6.1.50--2n. | mon aymptoras ef High Blood Pres- | Police Court, District “A”, on Monday | Police Court, District "A", on Monday | dered at a Linensing Court to Be hela
| | “ROOM. iciaais eI ; e ; . Combermere Sehool Entrance sure are: Nervousness, Seaalahancne the 16th day of January, 1950, at 11 the 16th day¥ of January, 1950, at 11 ' at Police Court, District ‘A’, on ae
pee» is f 02 "3! Bel Air, Richmond Gap. Dini gees) "|. SHRVANTS—An experience Cook and top and back of and above eyes, | ° clock a.m. ee ae } the 16th day of January 1950 at 11 o’¢
, d Gap. Dial 3663, |, SBRVANT . reassure in disal 4 H. A. TALMA, H. A, TALMA, — fam
. ” 7.1.8—In. Servant. Apoly Hamilton, Ex 10 950 ness, short Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.; °°” E. Mot
WANTED» a Heal Worthing View Gap ch.) "| amination | & palpitation, mabehedt 37 ey 7.1.50—1n: | Police Magisinate, Diets A=.
Lost, FOUND per wo at w| Dede LOW. At | Hageatt ed ae | 1; The Examination will be held on coat fear and worry. If you | ~ a aan weer We ee
Minimum charge -- = ++ ‘ Maem thee! Acer ox ater etc. $y. t CHY; and BUTLER—A competent Tuesday next, January 10th at 9.00 of ti toms, don’t
puslic SALES ronniner amt on cate pe oe Chef and Butler-for The Barbados Aqua-| , #.â„¢. _at/Combermere School. treatment s ig day, Secchi LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
oe 19 | Ring 2659 for particulars. "| te Club. Apply to the Manager. ; Soednne balan ne oar ms on Mynee i ore The application of Gerald A. Atwell of | The application of Edwardine Alleyne fo
UCTION & REAL . 7.1.50—2n 6.1.50—3n. and other Sel should . Pedu Tiga ee Skeete Hill, Ch. Ch. for permission tc | Fagle Hall, St. Miéchael for permission
. “HOUSE Runa ne | POmtioetoan mse Serviceman age $3 present themselves at the School frat dose, es a | Sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at a wal to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,. &e,, at a am
ESTATE per agate line ae ae hopnt eee pt i yg seeks employment as Office Messen Seen oad 22, cuwerd and. bring two eae "Skeets Hi Ch. Oh. within Dist, A" | dence at Eagle Pall, St. Micheal sacouen Aeon? * en cme
Minimum charge -. = + ek Eluts, “Clevedale”, Black Rock. Dia Neisnaen ng our cca iz c 8. It te aaeeiua hat the) eumithestes today. et ae 5th at on ae 1950, aftnnt Sue Sth oy HENS XS cleaned by G. Goddard ¢/o Alleyne
Personal ** oa ie . * ; 7.1.50—2r, Advt . -1.50—2n. kept hool rou ‘o the ice Magis’ . . *A’. ‘o the ce grate, Dist. ‘A’. ; Street.
‘Maximum 14 agate lines) = “BOOMMEMIEACCOUNTIN nen |. soakenee Le On. eee of money Ts Signed GERALD A. ATWELL. Stmed EDWARDINE ALLEYNE Artiae $00), SA Fae
ULOG! — Lawrence, * r icant. ic. . —
NOTICES Fully. furaisted $80.00 month from | i¢% Of experienced bookkeeper/Account-| fore advised that candidates should) Qo N.B.—This_ application will be conai:| N:B.—‘This application will Co cant:
See agate UNO ys > oe +6642] Jan. a8th. Dial 2490.) OT ant requined in Barbados. Advertisers’ bane — light i the dered at a Licensing Court to be held | dered at a Licensing Court to be heid
uinimum charge °< 2 Aa8 Sd a ee a Bere Sot lee coh neaay | A Face, Court, Diet “A om Monday
EVENING USE—One Modern edge Goods 1 a at ‘cloe e ay Yr + ‘eloc
ADVOCATE (Monday) Ho! Tei Willa Wickes atoase standard. Knowl Dry busi- for the purpose. A break of = .. 6th day of January ° co. y of January & o'cloc
per IMC seesereesereeercerersers 60c | at Grazettes Road, St. Michael, ten part ard = he made during tan. ouras of the Public Notices=Contd ee E. A. ey Fi F. A. McLEOD, :
——_——————————————————————————— cmrAbete Kane peal ——_ weekdays 81230 Saturdays. Write in| Reantination. i a Police Magistrate, v18 4 Police Magistrate, an oe
Michael. 7.1.50—2n. [Confidence | stating age, details past| 4: [il in
oa ' eppointments and salary desired: P.O, the Barbados press
ochrtannensitthenahie alae clinasipergenenie on 14th. .
THANKS CusARAWAY", St. Philip coast, tully | So Wt Bridgetown. eee ee ee See ter diieen CIRCULAR
i urnished, » Servant Rooms ne ELECTORS we the
ed, through this eaanes in . Secretary-Treasurer, FELLOW
maufam to thank ail those who attended | Bathing beach. From ‘March ist.” $901 MISCELLANEOUS Governing Body. | undersigned Candidates being nominated
the funeral, sent cards, wreaths or in . lone ga each ar 7.1.50—2n. oF ue oe Sars Wome se eater >
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any other way sympathised with us in} yaw (2 GARDEN TORTOISES, — you; we therefore ask that you be kind MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA NEV | ° WANTED ~~
oie recent bereavemen NEWHAVEN", Crane Coast, fully pres Pleuse apply X Y Z, Advo enough to attend the polis on Monday LINE LIMITED Pin
ROSALEA THORNHILL. furnished, Garages, Servant Rooms. | °te Office. 7.1.50-—Sn. Publie Notices=Contd January 9th and cast your Vote in our) == . S aoe
Joseph, Clarence, Edith (U.S.A.),! superb bathing bosch, nan tary; Mawin favour. Please don't fail (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) : o
Deleinz., Inez, Brmine (children), | Fyne. Novemiver; December; $80.00 per | ,,STAMPS—Prompt cash paid for used ; Yams troy, The M.V. “Daerwood" will ac- ‘
Kenneth Jones (son-in-law). month. Phone 4476. 6.1.50—t.f.n. stamps, or if you wish merchandise, such ORMOND KNIGHT cept Cargo and Passengers for St. M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to : :
BL BOLD, | ents bs fountain pens, cameras, nylons, tools NOTICE IVAN CLYDE SOBERS Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, |} sail Geelong 16th December, Melbourne. | ‘
SHOP—No. €8) Tudér Street, trom | Samy Oo. 100s eee nee. Southlant CARLTON O’NEALE Arube, sailing Saturday ith Janu- [}| Dee. 24th, Brisbane December sist Sva 1% anvocaTE PRESS ROOM
—<$<—<$<$<< January Ist: C/o Westbury Cemetery. Tnaligs. Cote poe ene Ave. Los YES sIRI- ok 1tuithe Tied. end CECIL Da COSTA HOWELL ary, 1950. nee fennasy son Ree Trinidad aboui ' X
ce. 30.12. : . . U.S.A, —Ba : NOEL ULRIC SLOCOMBE. end January 1950. ,
IN MEMORIAM akiapriatninitiicletonstipnshghieessgenconghae eb 6.1.50—2n. Sie E008 eet ian) eee Cr Our policy: Fairplay, honesty and The Schooner “BURMA D.” M.S. “KAIPAKI" is scheduled to sail S ; - = =
In fondest memory or our dear brother | 4997 —At Na. 7, Roebuck St. Dial from Near Rouen, St. | Pro " ere Sor Tetnieg cation heaton tth ponbar tae Bate te ith, Mel. “MORE MAJORUM” :
lon . 4.1.50—; Michael. eral Public are ask to or Trinida, jay . » Mel-
and uncle tat cn tate ~HOUMELAT Hananes RAD Rae Public Notices=Contd contact the ‘above. mentioned and con. | NOTICE January, 1950. Sere, Sameey, Sik Srvanp-Seumery ee ee
lepart jUSE—At Barbarees é ns | VINCE yourselves a trial for you = pe i . f t f our, ancestors.
ree one sadness still come o'er us nk, ete iw by Mr. H. A. OFFIC NO Cc sateen oes “Fetes”. Thanks in) po THE ELECTORS OF THE PARISH ea pF mw gp con Mn gene ieee Same “hades deities space for ron nav iar 4080...
Sent Sa ee ee ee and 4.1,50—2n., IAL TICE | savance for your Patronage. 9.1,60—2n. sir or SAINT JAMES for St. Vincent sailing Ssturday |] Chilled, Hard Frozen ond Generel Congas fy Where cocking: saga il coe,
But some iy apesieecltinsangha sane $ are =. | Dear Sir/Madam, 7th January, 1950. irgo accepted on ro! ot CF TIOD Ona oss saan head ~
gladness ae a FLAT—Furnished Flat at the Pavilion, BARBADOS, tbe ee been nominated ‘as a can- mtealaie ee een transhipment at Trinidad for ER ee tae *
ee Pha Merry Bs “Lottie and Pep tbee . asst mtiangae 41 ae aot ee LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE to yg id re B.W.1. Schooner Owners’ Associa. Ci ae wihtstpleine Gas for Cooking* ~
rem ; , 1950, Phone 4551, L stand . re noone: 4 roan
Doris Brewster (sisters), Kathleen Bar- 5.1,50—3n. (Equitable Jurisdiction). I have served your parish githfully tion (Ine.) Tel. 4047, For further particulars apply -- i Contact your Gas Co.
By tess oT Hore one Zee oF er, Fay | SNeTH CHIFFON “BROWN | aio. SERS Sabha argent |S Moe fara aie hafta || Zonar, Nace, TRINIDAD, DIAL She
(0) . nee r For one year or longer. ly jaintil en .
cmory of my beloved} {2â„¢Mished self-contained Flat, 3 miles |BYRON WILLIAM DURANT boned ane eugene oeth eles Pca == : DaCOSTA & Co Ltd. | ;
huband RUBEN ARTHUR PAYNE, who andactown. | Spacious” living room and| ARCHER -.<.. in’ Order in tne Canny | Sttached at corner of Chapel Gap, St.| the electors patotme fo. oe ee | marcos ==
tn , c ae as ait lids Shares y, § | hee
died on 6th January 1945. — : country and the sea. 3 bedebome 2 with in the above action made on the 5th day Dated ‘ea Sth day of Jan 1950, | means to solicit your support and ask ; SOODSSSSOD PSS SSFP SSS PO IS
Bee tears do ofter flow’ | basins) bathroom ‘with ‘electric water | Of January, 1950, I give notice to all | ate Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’ the pele ae iene Worthy to attend % y
Secret tears do ofter flow heater, well equipped modern kitchen, | PeTsons having any estate, right or inter- Signed HARCOURT SMALL, the polls on Monday next 9th inst and x s g 3
For tonday hae trouens betel me refrigerator, telephone, radio distribution eat in or any lien or incumbrance affect- ‘Applicant, | C4 your a a favour. a x The International %
lemories of five years ago, and all electricity charges, garage and | i2&— —~This tion . ura ‘uly, 4
His loving wife Mrs. Dorothy Page. servants room, in all inclusive rental of |. All that certain piece or parcel of land Fok, t. eee eo hee JAS, M. ORICK. x 3 3
7.1.50—1n. | £32 per month. Apply to Mrs. F. Louise | Situate at Crab Hill in. the parish. of at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Monday ere ee bg PEN FRIEND >
Telep one ite tial! Flats, Codrington Hil. | Sint Lucy in this Island containing by| the leth day of January 1900'ar 1] eclonk ‘ . x |
Telephone 3427. 5.1,50—3n. a ee hove sooty meee one] a.m : Ai aciine ite ns ne srunmartromie 5 OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM % . 4
s or ereabou abutting an oa . \ . ; 4
FOR SALE Di eiTAU A Pontabelle Lands nd. | Pounding, on lands of |B. Skinner Police Magistinie, ‘Dist. “A’. NOTICE pu |% Organisation j
a or ele , Hi si i ,» M. Greaves, H. Gri 5. 6g s
| > ‘Swan/ Se ee Sere. | Skinner, H. Griffith, 0, Armstrong, 7.1.50—10. | THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO,, LTD Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.,|% |. sl 8 ;
|S ———q“— John Gringth and on the public road or Tenders are invited for the supply oi * will find you a pen frien a.
BLUE ‘SE owever else the same may abut and approximately 10,000 bags of Portland % |
AUTOMOTIVE Swan Street. Becelient™ Business Stand” ppunes to bring j batons me an account NOTICE Cement, to conform to British Standard a.” eee STAR” i 1 . a Fg oe Jan, abroad. For particulars write % 4
aha’ ai eir said cla eir witnesses, Specification, ve , . iverpoo! th Jan th Jan s i
TR OR — One FARMALL H Apply to No. 47 Swan Street. d t d RE ESTATE OF ovo . ; * "3 : , i q
anus very little used in Al condition. 31.12,49—8n. | py ne on evi “used, Se re ee THEODORE Denne SEALY jmenedintaty ey tll nat be required S.S. a PROSPECTOR” +» London .. Sth Jan, 23rd Jan. % to 21 Upper George’s Street, 4
Owner purchasing larger. Cole & Co, tween the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 (Deceased) in shipments of approximately 1,000 to} 5-S. “CRAFTSMAN +. Glasgow -- 2ist Jan, 4th Feb. |@ ; na akon ‘
Ltd. 6.1.50-—n. CHS | ne Cet Ns, Mermoon. at the Office of | NOTICE is hereby given that all per-| 2,000 bags. S.S. “THIRLBY” «+ Liverpool +. 28th Jan. 1th Feb, |$% Dun Laoghaire, Eire. ;
R CYCLE—One Ariel, in® good PUBLIC NOTI s Mepesl at te Court Hee eee Sikes Eataine of Theodore Dudley ‘Sealy hye "y ~liaiedtemaahedbiaean : Yooe SSCS 556659955550"
r riel, se wn, . ‘ ot
order. Apply: No. 51 Roebuck Street before the 15th day of March, 1950, in | deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road, PTengye to be sutenitted to Messrs HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM, ESSE
5.1.50—2n. NOTICE order that such claims may be ranked | {n the parish of Saint Michael in this Law & Connell, P.O. Box 236, Bricfge-
according to the nature and priority teland who died on the 4th day of Ocfo-| town, not later than Friday, 13th Vessel. For Closes in Barbadvus =
aks NINETEEN (19) yereons having been | Mereds reqmectively cinerwice such per. | ber 109, intestate, are requested, to sen | San ary 1980. NEW ARRIVALS
ELECTR ey oe at ae the ee of at of the said Decree, and be deprived of tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora not hing nie — & ponieo ar For further information apply to
DEEP FREEZER—Capacity 8 Designed for selling, oe Creams. Con | taking the Boll for! the determination uated eee Balibed . thas. stas.t.f6/0 Seen ames de Gsunth, Solicitors, 5.1,50—4n DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents.
Tardwood Alley, Phone 460." | atin Oe eee ae verry, Room: | day the 16th day of March, 1900, at 16 | before thee fate tee’ on eee 1950, after es eT zing Macaroni and Cheese
Hardwood Alley, Phone : Oistin, on Monday next the ninth day oJ | clock re ; ; y ae = Bottles Peanut Butter
6.1,50—3n. | 720 1950, tad the ts o'clock a.m, when their said claims will | Which date we shall proceed to distribute LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Peanut Past
: ahah cists beg a moeintiae ar aor, pe area the assets of the deceased among the feet e
tinuing until 4 o'clock in the afternoon | yanuary, 1980. hand this 5th day of re. ane aS sa The application of Horace Furlong, of ° » Salad Cream
MECHANICAL VERNON J. WILLIAMS "toy. GIEKRS, then have had notice and we shall not| {o sell Spite’ Mechae! for permission 0. © poe ee
«hia . s ors, + ata Ped s
BICYCLES: Hercules Silver King, on oo zi Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of be liable for the assets or any part! board and shingle shop ante resi- . whe teeta
terms, all models, in green and in black, -1,60—Sn. Appeal. | thereof so distributed to any person of| dence at Lands End, St Michael Boitles Tomato. Ketehups’
ter a eee 7.1.50-—Sn, | whose debt or claim we. shall not then] Dated this Sth day of Jancet: 1950, Ine. Tins Tomato Soup
5 13.11.49—t.t.n. NOTICE have notice. To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’. Tins Apricots
And all persons indebted to the said Signed HORACE FURLONG Bottles Guava Jell
OFFICI Al SAI E estate are requested to settle their in- Anntitant on, Cuave. Jelly,
” !
MISCELLANEOUS oh ote iaaite aieds ad asin debtedness without delay. N.B—This application will ‘be consi ee
that fam still bloeking. and. cleaning Dated this 6th day of January 1950, | dered at a Licensing Court to be held on mats °
CORN—Limited quantity at special | Tynama Hats, children’s school hats and | BARBADOS, ‘ADELINE EUDORA SEALY, at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Monday an oe sortie
ice $8.90 per 100 Ibs. Dial 4657. Bar- | f199 Spr’, {0G mie especially. Tel. No. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY, | the 16th day of January 1950'at 11 o'clock S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” ve Deer 20th January oth .
ee ee oe (Equitable Jurisdiction). Que THEODORE DUDLEY annie ae E. A. McLEOD =e ro ies e\ ‘ ae Stuart & Sampson
were oe KEN CLIFFORD BROWNE : ¥ . every two weeks.
d - ‘Bla Police Magistrate, Dist. +A’. \
LOCKS—Good Padlocks at 12c. each. CIRCULAR BYRON. WILLIAM DURANT. | Unf : 7.1.80—4n. | (4H *q1.60—In.| NEW ORLEANS SERVICE LTD. '
$1.82 per doz, Stanway Store, Lucas St, ARCHER ................ Defendant tere ereneeenetenenenennetentrere ta ree
621.50-—8n. NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue Sails Sails Arrives Headquarters for Best RUM
SHIRTS—A good selecti { Gents of an Order of the Assistant Court of New Orleans Mobile Barbados
selection ©!
Sports Shirts a, many attractive colours, ALCOA RANGER 14th Dec. 16th Dec. 26th Dee.
Long and short sleeves at were foe $3.60 Limited passenger accommodations
each. At Stanway Store, Lucas St. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
6.1,50—2>. paws ree Ra Ne perunte be LAND ACQUISITION ACT 1949 y
——-—— Oe ours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the ]
SEFTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts afternoon on Friday the 17th day of NoTI (Notice required by Section 3) Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. — Canadian Service UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
from . Phone 4684 , 1950, EREB VEN j venditis
A. aun & a uid. = wen certain piece or parcel oft ; ce 18H ; ¥ GI that it aE yeass to the Governor ROBERT THOM: LTD. -— New York and Gulf Service
3.12.49—t.£.n, land situate at Crab Hill in the parish of | 40-Executive Committee that the land described in the Schedule hereto



Saint Lucy in this Island containing by

GALVANISED SHEETS—6 ft., 64% ft., admeasurement three roods twenty’ one | #24 Situate at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James (part of

8 ft. Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Street.

OF THE WEST INDIES.





perches or thereabouts abutting and| land of a place generally known as “Derricks”) is likely to be needed







Phone 2696, 5.1.50—t,f.n, ee ee ane Se Gas a ee for purposes which in the opinion of the Governor-in-Executive Com- | | METAL CASH BOXES, AIR TRAVEL SUIT CASES, DESK BLOTTERS, oO Scholarships f£
es ner, He Grifith, ooo ATmattONE gohn mittee are public purposes, namely as a site bounding on the sea on COCKTAIL SHAKERS with INSET STRAINERS, PLATE GLASS .AND pen se 2 arships tor
PUBLIC ’ SALES ever else the same may abut and bound,| Which fishing boats can be hauled up and on which shelters may be MIRRORS, All the above just received by: 50
and if not then sold the said property | erected,

will be set up for sale on every succeed-



JOHNSON’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE IF suitable candidates pre-

sent themselves, the Univer- :

sity College of the. West

————————————— - ers ——————— ‘i Indies proposes to award ‘up |
— | to six scholarships tenable

fromt October 1950, of whieh.

ing Friday between the same hours until THE SCHEDULE
the same is sold for a sum not less than

cin kk A parcel of land at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James con-
Dated this 5th day ot January, 1960, taining 7,710 square feet bounding on the north on lands of B. H.

Ag. Clerk of the Asst. Court of Appeal, | Moore and others, on the east on the Public Road running from Hoile-
7.1,50.—3n,

REAL ESTATE ‘

LAND—1 acre, 28 perches of Arable
Land, St. James with Fan Mill, young
Coconut-trees and other fruit trees
Good building site and 2 minutes walk
to good sea-bathing. Apply: S. Rogers
C/o Eckstein Bros. 4.1,50—5n.









town to Bridgetown, on the south on other lands of B. H. Moore and
others, and on the west on the sea.

‘OFFICIAL NOTICE Dated this 6th day of January, 1950, at the Public Buildings in

the City of Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados,
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF P, F. CAMPBELL,

APPEAL Acting Colonial Secretary.
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
GEORGE ALLEYNE

By Atty, REBECCA SEARLES SeeEEEE SRE
ALVA FITZ-GERALD ‘xitay Me HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAY STREET



not less than two will be’in
Arts and not less than two

|
Tue Royvar BANK oF | ©: sein Wate ene
CANADA Geet eee





FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
ee: Old Plantation aCe ene
e Iroom, Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooms etc. Ideal for convert- | TO THE BLECTORS FOR THE VESTRY
ae to residential club. For details, won oe OF ST. MICHAEL
Pply to Bradshaw & Company. ear Sir/Madam,
7 411. 50,—t.f.n. On Tuesday January 3rd, 1950, 1 was
AaniD. nemminaied. 388 candidate for the
rood twenty perches of | parish o: . Mie *
Land situated at Crane Road, St. Philip; | | My knowledge gained as a Vestryman

be held during the week be-
ginning February 27th, 1950,
Candidates must be under
the age of twenty on Janu-
ary 31st, 1950 and must have

Head Office, Montreal

|



‘eae Tyee tae fe te Defendant JAMES MUIR passed or be exempt from
° con- | for past a ec ‘ % " ; rf i
Wet bady” allendat," rang ond a | "ants won on Dehaitof the parishioners | ,,™N,Pumsuanee of an Order in thie Court | "The following programme of Day and Evening Classes will open oe Me kg oe a
Neville Perryman's shop, Kew Road, will amnion ee sae to ao in con 1 of January, 1950, I give notice to ail| At the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday 16th, January 1950. BURNHAM L. MITCHELL Liceul Th | a f
St. Michael, 7.1,50—In. | ducting f cess ree hich | Persons having any estate, right or inter- | Monday 10,00 a.m,—12.00 noon—Cak. king & Pastr Vice-President ondon. ne emoluments 0
On — for 21,180 taitee ‘Pace on ition, Nona tee gst in or any lien or incumbrance affect- See Si 7 F aeaene Ath . mG ce-Presiden a scholarship will cover all
ers in writing are invited for 21, . ; ne; mple cuttin, sewing iti mination fees
Square feet of land aisuiate in Sobers | the see ee ese re All that certain piece or parcel of land 2.00 4 Vv. dish 6 T. H. ATKINSON = t ——— — fue =
e, Bridgetown, and having a frontage | Street, between telat am: 8nd} (formerly part of the lands of Carlton ‘00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m, —Variety dishes. General Manager : ; ’
of 118 feet on Sobers Lane and at present | 4 Pm. T am aga Te :4P; | Plantation) situate in the parish of Saint Plain dress-making ther financial assistarice,. a
under tenantry. port, trusting you will record one of |James and Island of Barbados aforesaid ; 4 grant proportionate to his
For further particulars apply to the | your votes in my favour. containing by admeasurement two roods 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Tasty dishes & table-laying. needs will be made. Appli-
undersigned. i Ty in anticipation, be the came more OF oe abate. — ; Rug-making n n , a tate en t Galias: aahiese tine pamphiets
CARRINGTON & SEALY. " unding on lands of A. Jordan on lan ” Conde sed A nu l S m
Street. Yours for Service, of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de- | Tuesda: 10,00 am.—12, —C; iving further particulars
wT cen. THOMAS W. MILLER ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan- . 0.00 12.00 noon ake Icing . 8 P

Upper Collymore Rock, St. Michael.

jel Lorde, deceased ,and on a road in Elementary dress-making
common or however else the same may

be 1 _ i
HE undersigned will offer for sale Abut afk Boule ty brine botore the an 4.30 p.m.— 6,30 p.m, —Cake making & Pastry.

Public auction at their office, No. 17,



may be obtained fram the
as on 30th November, 1949 Registrar, University€ollege



\ ; of the West Indies, . Mena,
High Street, on Friday the 13th instant account of their said claims with their Pattern drafting. St. Andrew, Jamaica: The
“rhe dwellinghouse called LANDSMERE NORCE ob; sie we Geamtnea by ade ae Mater, a Wednesday 10.00 a.m.—12,00 noon—Home Nursing. ASSETS closing date’ for applications
‘OF ie i THE WEST INDIA BUSCUIT CO, -| Friday between the hours of 12 (noon) weets i is January 31st, 1950.
Snare fon tation aaa te, 'Mi-| . TENDERS are invited for the supply of | and orclock in. the “afternoons at ane & © Reponves Cash, cheques and balances with ? ”

chael, The dwellinghouse comprises —| the following building materials or any
ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Drawing | Ot either of them:— er cu. ft
Toom and three bedrooms, (one with run-|' 5,000 cu, ft, Block oe ie alee ae
ning water), gallery, toilet and bath | 000 cu yds. Concrete Stone — Size
UPSTAIRS: ;

office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court 2,00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Advanced dress-making.
of Appeal at the Court House Bridge-

other banks .........sseses+++ $ 432,012,986.68
town, before the 8th day of March, 1950, 4.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m, —Caribbean Cookery.

Government and _ other public
securities, not exceeding market

3.12.49.—4n.




in order that such claims may be ranked Simple dress-making. °





, rge bedroom d. rding to the nati and priori VOLUG (bay ds cpdd00 veiveebeanss. ../ORGCBL ONG 80 SH
2 Qne very large bedroom: Sih ca, Hie Cénie Welsh ~ else wr thereot Fespecdvely;” otherwise suth ete Thursday = 10.00 am.—12.00 noon—Girls’ first Cookery Course Other securities, “not "exceeding yor,
me kitchen; Seperate bathroom in anne Oe eae “ip ee cced: PMs ctl tomar ede nint 2.00 p.m.— 4,00 p.m, —Cake & Pastry-making. market value .....-sssscccese 116,817,041,92

Call loans we occas seenenaey 097,890.05 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Liabilities of customers’ igdes "SM OBSS OF THE WEST INDIES.

government water and ‘electric light ag ege Building Lime — per
Inspecti day| 500 cords Cord Stone — per Cord.
betwoer a AA antsy ay raed 5 The above quantities are approxi-
. on application to the owners, the} Mate and are be delivered to the site
Lyneh on the premises. of the new factory at White Park over a

For further particulars and conditions| Period of 3—5 months,

all, claim on or saainst the said preperty. Advenced handicrafts.
it tifled
ey) ‘the said Court on Wednes. 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Salads & Desserts, ’
day the 8th day of March, 1950, at 10 ‘ Handicrafts.
‘clock, ori. whist, (heir sald claims Wil ies, 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon—Simple handicrafts.

Given under my hand this 4th day of 2.00 p.m.— 4,00 p.m. —Salads & Desserts.
Jenuary, 1950,

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letters. Of Credit... psceccstiee 51,790,695.28
QUREE CIRO noes 00:5 Ox Ov oe b epee’ 21,536,237.81













































































; : Appeal dated the 5th day of January,
® a aot GOVERNMENT NOTICE
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pre spel to. hentia La 1. V,, GURRS, 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m, —Advanced Cake Icing. $2,334,985,354.14
. Tenders in wri to be submitted to, Ag. Clerk of the Asst. Court of Appeal. king,
a 7.1/50—5n., Mesure Law. Ce P Bridgetown, ~ a bene Registration for all classes must Pong em posse and wil take LIABILITIES
I t later than Friday, la t the H betw 10.00 id 12,00 noon, and
PROPERTY—At Station Hill. House| $%,,With samples no’ place at the Housecraft Centre een 10.00 a.m. and 12, , a ; ;
fontaining Modern conveniences, Apply ithe Wert india Buscuit Co. Ltd. does OFFICIAL SALE between 2.00 p,m. and 5.00 p.m, from W 11th January, to Capital, reserve and undivided versity College of the am
Wo. Bryan & C. M. Greenid,e, Roe- not bind itself to accept the lowest o1 WMA. Givvbeniccccsseccncteen ©) GRU ARAS Indies will a t in October, }}
Street. 74.5040. | any tender BAN Poe ASSE TANT COURT OF en Sonus ns for th the ti f regis- ee eens 2.192140, 578 62 ee age 8 end of ‘the
Re hes samp hippecitps i iiesidiinininindiegmeti + 5.1,50—4n. : 8 ‘ees must be paid or the T t re 1 . ; at ; ‘
BUILD: . erm, at the time 0: EE bb 0 nb os veered. b> addnee 2, graduates each | oD
jrour Winds cae ia ealbedt wees ( uitable Jurisdiction). tering. * Letters of credit outstanding ...... 51,790,605.28 Faculties of Arts, Nat
of. BURLING La hay NOTICE Orgy Atty, REBECCA SEARLES */~ for each course in Sewing, Pattern Drafting, Home Nursing, Other liabilities ....+.+.++sssee0s- 3,696, 172.29 Soenee & Medic eaet
i AU.VA FrTz-GERALD Keuiy. "iat#|Kug-making, and Handicrafts. $2,374,985,354.14 Sciences will lead to the gen-
Reasonably pe, ” - : RE ESTATE OF ‘ 10/6d. for each course in Girls’ First Cookery Course. -——- eral de, of the ver= jf
ly priced. DIXON & BLADON, ALMA SMITTEN Defendant grees :
ad ite Agents, Auctioneers (Dassased.) NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue 13/- for each course in Cake and Pastry-making, Cake Icing, sity of London in ‘those ))
veyors, Plantations Building, Phone WOttem to Nae, Even teat all pa, of Go, Cotas, of, he Se ivesiety ond Tasty Dishes, Caribl Cookery and Salads and Desserts. ’ faculties and those in Medi-_

: a . or ¢ : of SS
"BUNGALOW. the Relate gt ALMA’ SMITTEN deceased, | 1480, there will be set up for sale tothe] — 2/. will be refunded at the end of the Term te all students whe Over 660 branches in Canada and cine to the degree: ofrieaeiaaeaE,
Seal. Newly belt ar ont” so ae Wer kdicnes th Gin Mak the died |! the Asciitant Court of Appeal ti the flattend 75% of their classes. 62 branclies ubroad, including: Or *. ol icine .
excellent sit, Dit of coral stone on! of St, Michael in this Island who died Pourt Siders ee the Surgery of the Uni of i

x and ‘there’ is easy ascese to| {2yiarbades on, the 18 day of October | Court House; Meiceotows, parce i | Department of Education, LONDON, NEW YORK, HAVANA, BUENOS AIRES, London. ae
= Contains 3 large airy bedrooms,| of thelr clatmne duly attested to the un- peng on Friday the 10th day of 4th January, 1950, RIO DE JANEIRO, SAO PAULO, MONTEVIDEO, Application forms and q
Kitehe nt ting and dining rooms, gallery.| dersigned Lucien Lloyd Ledcock, Station sare » 1950; * lend 6.1.50.—3n. LIMA, BOGOTA, CARACAS, BELIZE, NASSAU, amphlets giving par- {i}
Bttractive well” Tet eee os, _An| Hill, St. Michael on aon en vee ee iSavuiatie en Sere Sore Carlton ‘eee tl Ce erent also in PUERTO RICO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, i Roe ‘of the ates }
TEADON, ‘Real state Agents, Auc-| Gy ign, ane antes rnin, date Plantation) situate in’ the parish’ of Saint sn HAITI, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, JAMAICA, ST. qualifications, en ex-
ing. Phone wage ™™ Plantations Bulld-| of the’ deceamad among the parties en- | James and Island of Barbados aforesaid POLICE NOTICE KITTS, TRINIDAD, MONTSERRAT, ANTIGUA, aminations, tees. ior
teen oe <1 is,| tilled thereto, having Temerd only to | SS" ine exis more ar los chute ann GRENADA, BRITISH GUIANA, residence. and examina’
ac MMULGIN”-tmn 2 cared coast | tat Coenen ak ek ek tie te bounding co lends of A. Jordan on lene At about 4.30 p.m. on the afternoon of the 2nd January, a man | 3 NCHES { may be obtained from the
helped Silver Sands. A Solidiy built | the assets or any part thereof so dis-|Sosc04 on lands of the Estete of Mathes, | Was stabbed in the back in Queen’s Park by an unknown person. NEW YORK AGENCY LONDON BRANC ! office of the Registrar, ae
Eeiiom, es Smee | Sci T ahalt ot ten “have had | Saacaesy,Cpeumsed: and Gn, a.zoed in| Will anyone who can give the Police ANY information concern- | | 68 William Street 6 Lothbury H.C 2. EG versity College, of the: vies
toilets, 9 = . : yo allel iq | abut and bound, and if not then sold the Jing this incident kindly report to the CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION | 2 Cockspur., S.W. } Tn od The closing date
2 7 = Guarters,) And all persons inde *O ‘he Sai | said property will be set up for sale o if amai : oo
= k 7 but} « al =. re aay settle their in- every succeeding abriday ‘between the DEPARTMENT, R. T. MICHELIN, Colonel | Auxiliary in France nn is Janwary
2 — | de pies name we om ¥; y 1950, cane nou. unti : he same is so or a ‘oe 9 ol, : } . L BANK OF CANADA FRANCE) » bs * :
¢ BLADON, Res 7 “4 UCIEN LLOYD LEACOCK , Dated this ith day ot cian. 1950. Commissioner of Police. =o ° Paris : 3.12.49,—4ine ff
: 8 & Surveyors, Plan- | ualified tor of the Fetate of I. V. GILKES, :
“ne Building, Phone 4640 oer } aM A SMITTEN pes - Ag. Clerk of the Asst. Court “ Appeal pe ta 1.1.50——2n ‘y NRA PE ee etree septate sass ae i
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eae PoloTeam

For Venezuela
Leaves On Monday

YEARS ago, Polo in Barbados

- used to be a popular sport and

many of us will remember the
days when it was played quitd
regularly on the ‘Garrison. There
was even a Polo Hut on the
Savannah which was used by
players for their clubs and other
polo gear. This Hut once was a
familiar ‘land mark’ on the Sav-
annah during the races, just as
the cannons in front of the Sav-
annah Club still are to-day.

However the
game died away,
and a few years
ago the Pole Hut
was removed
from its site, due
to ‘old age’. In
1939 the game
was re-started
and the Barba-
dos Polo Club
tormed by the
tate Mr. H. A,
Arthur of Ridge:
way Pin,
Thomas,
with several
other ‘Estate’
men met every






















Col. R. T. Saturday on the
Michelin, Garrison, at first
(Capt.y. not even with

proper goal posts or any marke¢
field. Since its formation, the game
attracted many more players and
horse lovers. In October of last
year a polo team from Jamaica

Lee Deane. The ‘Baby’ of the team,
is the youngest of the Deane
brothers. A good horsema
and an accurate shot, displays
very consistent form.

Mark Edghili. He is one of the best
players in Barbados. Has an
attractive easy style with
excellent control of the ball
and possesses a variety of
shots. Is particularly fond of
horses.

John Marsh, Is perhaps more at
home on a horse than when
he is sitting in a chair. Tha
hard-hitter of the team, plays
at No. 4 position, a hard rider,
who clears the ball vell.

Their colours Wine and Blue,
are those of the victorious Mos-
quitoes team, which won the

Advocate Challenge Cup, in the

competition just concluded.

It is understood that the team
will be staying at the Caracas
Country Club, and Mrs. Michelin
and Mrs. Dowding will be accom-

wh Sonning the team,






















Tennis

Yachting, Boxing, cfe. —

“Revolve
The Reef. |

THE Reef Pavilion is waiting
6 be painted and wired but
work has not yet begun
When an Advocate representa-
tive visited the Reef yesterday
only the ground staff were work-
ing, They were occupied with
levelling the Reef by removing
stones from the playing field.

It is understood that the
Pavilion will be completed when
more funds are acquired.

BG Gets Ready
For Radiados

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail.)
The Selection Committee of the
B.G. Cricket Board of Control has
appointed Mr, George A Camacho
to be captain of the Colony side
which -cill play against Barbados
in the Intercolonial Cricket Tour-
nament jn February, Mr. Camacho
as customury has now joined the
Selection (Committee.

The B.G. team is expected to
leave Georgetown by B.W.I.A. on
February 6, returning February
22. The tournament begins on
February 9, ending February 21.



Hardstaff Shocked
At News That He
“Broke Law”



paid us a visit during which our AUCKLAND, Jan 6.
players learnt much from the vis- Joe Hardstaff, Notts and En
itors and gave a good account of land batsman, was greatly sho
itors and gav g nd , ;
themselves. Z: ed by the nei hat } n
On Monday January 9, fivegy? have infringed Rule 3 t}
members of the Barbados Polo County Cricket Rules by playi
Club, with Mr. Herbert Dowding in the Auckland Plunket Shie
as Manager leaves by B.W.1.a. team.
for Venezuela to play a series of When told here to-day that

three matches against the Caracas

Polo Club, and they expect to re-
turn on January 21. This is the
first time a “Polo team has ever
left the island on a tour of thi
nature, and rumours from Ven¢e
zuela are that a very entertain
ing programme has been arrange
for the visitors apart from tht
scheduled g*:nes. Here is a brie!

Who’s Who of the team:—




Col. R. T. Michelin, Commissionc
of Police. He will Captain the
team. Has good control ov7
his horses and is, a soun
aggressive player, always
displays consistent form.

Elliot Williams. He is the veterar
of the team. Despite
his age this short stocky+

player
field for his hard riding and
dash.

is conspicucus on the sai




John Marsh.



Lee Deane. Elliott Williams.



9 .
ltaly’s Cycle Race
“y
Ends In Rome
.
This Year
MILAN, Jan, 5.

The famous
Race will, this year,
instead of Milan as a
bute to the
ity”.

The change
memorate the
Holy Year.

The race will start in Milan, run
north to Swiizerland and then
south again to Rome.—Reuter.

end in Rome
special tri-

was made to com-
Roman Catholic

lialy Defeats Spain
—IN BASKETBALL

NICE, Franee, Jan. 5.

Italy beat Spain by 41 points to
35 in the International Basketball
Tournament here to-day. Italy
led 18/15 at half time.

Other results were (with half
time scores) : Belgium beat Yugo-
slavia 39-24 (20—16); Finland
beat Austria 58—84 (20-19).

To-morrow Finland meet Po-
land and Switzerland clash with
Austria.—Reuter.



Liverpool Football
Team May Tour
Colombia

; LIVERPOOL, Jan. 5.

Liverpool Football Club, pre-
sent leaders in division 1 of the
Football League, are considering
an offer to make a 7 weeks’ tour
of Colombia, South America, be-
ginning next May. —Reuter.

Sih

We WAS [EAN Se GOES ON

round Italy Cycle |

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Galvez Wins |
Millas |

312 MILES PER HOUR
|

|

|

BUENCS AIRES Jan,
Juan Galvez driving a Ford, as
day won the Millas, second most}
important automobile
in Argentina,
kilometres

road
covering the
course in 12 hours,
49 minutes and 23 seconds, His
average speed was 125.503 kilo-
metres per hour.

Second was Marcos Ciani in 13
hours, 0 minutes 36 seeonds and
Deimo Bojanich in 13 hours, 5
mins. and 48 sees. Oscar Galves,
winner last year,
R. Harriague fifth,

race |
1,609

—Reuter.



U.B.0. Programme |

SATURDAY, January 7, 1949

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. Accordeon Inter-
jude; 7.30 a.m. Generally Speaking; 17.50
#i.m. Interlude; 8 a.m. From the Bdi-
torials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Announce
ments, a 15 a.m. John Bull's Band; 8.45
a.m. William Krasnik; 9 a.m. Close
Down; 122 Noon The News; 12.10 p.m
News Analysis; 12.15 p.m Pavilion |
Players; 12.30 p.m. Meet the Common
Wealth. 1 p.m. Eve Becke; 1.16 p m
Radio Newsreel 1.30 p.m Twen
Questions; 2 p.m. The News; 2.10 en }
Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.m. |
Sandy MacPherson at the Theatre Sresn,
2.30 p.m. Variety Bandbox; 3.30 p.:
Sports Review; 4 p.m. The News: 4 1

p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Music
from the Movies; 5 p.m Listeners
Choice, 5.15 p.m. Programme Announce-
ments, 5.20 p.m. Interlude, 5.30 p.m
Generally Speaking, 5.50 p.m. Interlude,
6 p.m. Saturday night dance date; 7 P. m
The news; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis;
bm, Behind the News;
Becke; 8 p.m. Radlo
p.m. Philharmonic Orchestra; 9 p.m
The News, 9.10 p.m. Home News from
Britain; 9.15 p.m. Music from the Mo-
vies; 10 p.m. English Magazine: 10.30
p.m. Think on these things, 10.45 p.m
Weekly sports review; 11 p.m. ‘The
News

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7.45 p.m. Eve
Newsreel; 8.15



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AND THE ee COLDER $71 STIL

playing for Auckland “caused

He tore fibres
when re

ning here tomorrow
of his shoulder muscles,

| turning the ball from deep field

during the Auckland—Canterbury
match at Christ Church recently

Auckland has no other inter-
Provincial match this season, but
will play the Australian tourists
here, beginning on Feoruary 17
| Hardstaff stated to-day that he



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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Noel Baker China Wauts
| Delayed | Good Relations







WITH INDIA

BOMBAY, Jan. 6. |
= ilip Noel Baker, Brivish Sec- _ LONDON, Jan., 6.
Communist Chinese Foreign

ary for Commonwealth Rela- ’ :
| tions and his party left here for Minister Chou En-Lai has told
1c mbo to-day after a 5-hour| Indian Prime Minister Pandit



Nehru in a note that China is
willing to establish diplomatic
relations with India, according
te a report received in Lendon
from the New China News
Agency. Chou, replying to a note
from Mr. Nehru on January 4,
said in his reply, according to
the agency “the Peoples Re-
public of China is willing to es-
tablish diplomatic relations with
India on the basis of equality
and mutual benefits and mutual
respect for territorial sovereignty,
and hope that your Government
will send its representatives to
Peking to conduct talks on this
matter”

due to engine vrouble.
plane landed
the 4 engines

G le le ay

Their B.O.A.C

with only 3 of

working, and the party on its
way to the Commonwealth For-
eign Ministers Conference in Cey-
lon, convinued the journey in a
special plane.

During his stay in Bombay, Mr.
Noel Baker was received by B.
G. Kher, Premier of Bombay
Province, and high officials.

—Revter.
|



Jap Goid For Siam

Wartime Services

TOYKO, Jan., 6.

The first shipment of Japanese
gold in payment for Siamese war-
ye services left Toyko yester-

y by chartered American plane
ys New York.

The United States last Septem-
ber authorised the release of 40
tons of Japanese gold for wartime
debis to former Allies and Indo-
China, This was in spite of a
unanimous protest by other mem-
bers of the Far Eastern commis-

ion to Washington.

Siam will receive a_ share
at 43,000,000 United States
dollar The gold will
posited with the
Bank in New
part of Siam’s

France has
the p re in for
China’s

—Reuter.



Sydney Strike
Paralyses Port

SYDNEY, Jan. 6.
A complete strike of Sydney's
6,000 waterside workers tonight
paralysed port activity, tied-up 51
foreign and inter-state ships and
threatened to spread generally to

the whole Australian coastline.
Workers were protesting agains1

valued the employment of men not mem-

be de-
Federal Reserve
York, and become
Currency Reserve.
not yet announced
picking up Indo-
$37,000,000.
—Reuter.

Federation’s First Aid Officers on
overseas vessels.
—Reuter.

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Truman Advocates
More Foreign Aid

WASHINGTON, Jan: 6.
Truman in the Annual

If you're feeling out o-sorts, Get Up
Nights, or suffer from Dizziness, Nervous-
nee en oe aie, Swollen ston,
n report nee tivcedd pan. eumatism, Burning Passages, Excess

ic report today ur ged ¢ On | Acidity, or Loss of Energy and feel old he-

! United States | fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true
Programmes “on a | Suse.

& m Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or
overwork may create an excess of acids
and place a heavy strain on your kidneys
so that they function poorly and need help
to property purify your blood and maintain

President

of the
Aid
ymmensurate with need.”
the United
world-wide



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in Montana Fire

MISSOULA, Montana, Jan. 6.
Five children were burned io
leath today when fire swept
hrough a two-storey house here. |
Two others were seriously burn- |
d and four escaped injury. }
—Reuter, |



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Petrol Floods |

Industrial Area |

LONDON, Jan. 6. |

A tank containing 900,000 gals|
lons of vetrol burst today near}
Sundsvaal (Northern Sweden),
Stockholm radio reported. There
was no fire but the petrol flooded
a considerable industrial area
causing great damage. The loss is
estimated at about 1,000,000

kronor. halal,

Italian Emigration
Discussed

ROME, Jan. 6.

Italian Foreign Minister, Count
Carlo Sforza today discussed with
the Chilean Ambassador in Rome,
Don Alfred Rosenda, the possibil-
ity of increasing Italian emigra-
tion to Chile.

Officials here calculate that at
least 2,000,000 Italians must emi-
grate soon to solve the country’s
employment problem.

BEA»





| “Phantom” Adrift

MISFORTUNE befell the fishing
boat “Phantom” on Thursday
when her crew took her out for

a catch.

Strong winds ripped her sails
away rendering her helpless in a
choppy sea.

The “Investigator” which was

bers of the Waterside Workers | also out to sea spotted her early

and towed her in.
The “Phantom”
Clem Marshall.

is owned by



Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy,
Backache, Kidneys Strained?

soiled Cystex. Hundreds and hundreds oj
Doctors’ io Ba tit. this,

No Benefit—No Pay

The very first me of Cystex goes right
to work helping yd&r Kidueys remove ex-
cess acids. Quickly, this makes you fee,
like new again. And so certain are the
makers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
pletely they ask you to try it under a money
back guarantee. You be the judge: If not
entirely satisfied just return the empty

possitfie infringement of the coun nerease of international trade | health and energy. © ag le ART ALT
sar a hi me hict ould result in larger im- . and the money back guarantee protests

status; Hardstaff said, Thi 13 91 atts into the UMitae Meals and DHelp Kidneys Doctor's Way” [324 {he money back guar voli

great shock to me - Setea [at the same time increase the jiany doctors have discovered by scien-

even know such a rule exi United States’ own standard of | tS clinical tests and in actual practice ys KI : 7 EY

Fr nt of view t a quick and sure way to help the kid- BLADDE
rom my point of living. neys clean out excess poisons and acids is

very serious matte: ites with a scientifically prepared prescription | The y ARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM
Hardstaff had already decide . -

on medical advice, not to play for

Auckland in the Plunket Shield\ a sa * x ;

rateh against Wellington begin- i ive Children Die

DANCE









will be returning to England in Ne
March, and was unable to com- ,
ment further until he has more TWO BANKERS ARRESTED
information. lait BRUSSELS, Jan. 6.
- . Two of Belgium’s leading bank-
rs are among the men arrested THE MOST B
F ind charged with implication in NIGHT CLUB. FROM
frauds involving 10,250,000 Bel- MIA T0 RIO”
Japan or gian franes, it was disclosed today. zie
: Prime Minister Gaston Eyskens Delicious
1952 Olympics leclared: “All the dossiers are | STEAK and CHICKEN
in the hands of the police.” DINNERS
—Reuter. .
TOKYO, Jan., 6 Dial 4000 for &
Japan's participation in 1952 SS RESERVATIONS & *
| Olympic Games at Helsinki Oe
will be decided at a meeting ot
the international Olympic com- Barbados Turf &, @
mittee at Copenhagen in May, ay
Japanese Olympic officials have \
been advised A letter from the j ll
chief of the International secreta-
riat stated that in his persona
view, general public sentiment MG NG NENG NN Ww i
favoured Japan's participation. He NOTICE % NONONG! NANO NG NGA NA
Said there was no need for Japa i aa ;
to ater iiletat bemenaign al TE NDERS are invited for
the matter was already fully rep- 1950 for the exclusive right

resented to the international com-

mittee.
—Reuter.

Barnett To Fight
















to sell Liquor, Refreshments
etc., at the Garrison Savan-
nah on Race Days.

Tenders must be forward-
ed in sealed envelopes

marked “Tender for Liquor



| and Refreshments” and ad- Ni
dressed to the Secretary not W
W elsh Heav y we ight later than noon on Saturday e
i4th January, 1950.
| J y > .
| bewa Sra ama a * The Committee does not
| to a cht Johnny Will the bind itself to accept the
& . ~ highest or any other Tender.
| Welsh Heavyweight, at “Birt ming- \ ;
ham on January 20. G. A. LEWIS
The promoter, Jimmy Gought, Secretary
has asked the British Boxing 7
Board of Control to recognise th } 7.1.50.—4n.

contest as an eliminator for the
British Empire Heavy weigh
Title. Barnett recently entere:
the top flight of heavyweights b
his surprise defeat of Earl Wall
the Cherokee fighter from Canad

Williams, who has not fought for
several months, was chief sparring
Mills who is

partner to Freddie



preparing for the defence of hi ~
| Wort Light Heavyweight title||] . SEASON 1950
against American Joey Maxim.
—Reuter.
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See ME 5.0, Coe deh Cty tates

GROOMS’ FEE §1.00 cash each service
BARREN MARES half fee return for one year only.
} FEES must be paid in advance to the Secretary

For * app ‘ntments in respect of the above, apply respective-

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| ‘ 4 Setvices to each mare will not exceed six (6).
'
FEE $48.00 and $1.00 the Groom per Service.
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announce that at one o'clock on the afternoon of Sai
the 7th of January 1950, Automatic (dial) telephone s¢m#
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The introduction of automatic (dial) service will
changes in the subscribers telephone numbers and 4
ment to the current Directory covering these number ¢
and giving specific instructions to all subscribers for cal
and from the St. John Exchange, has been distributed.
the number change involves the insertion of the figure *
place of the dash atter the 95 e.g. 95-01 becomes 95201,

From the time of conversion all subscribers conner®
the St, John Bxchange must use the dial telephone to.”
and receive calls and follow the instructions contained in te
above mentioned Supplement and in the current direcloh
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commencing with 95) from numbers commencing with % &
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SATIRUAV IANUABS 7. ISM BARBADOS ADVOCATF. CLASSIFIED ADS. PAGE SEVEN oo KATES roi a* 1 -* wr word fOKRENT „ WANTED | UOSt. FOUND POT wort y la imum cb*rc* %  PV01IC MUJ AUCTION B*AL gsjTATX P U IMoj Minimum chargd • • *-" ( % % % %  ill ** l^jinum 1* agate " %  • flTBUC NOT1CM p., mu lino .. ." Minimum chart* .. *.* KVENINO ADVOCATE (Monday) por lacs. FOR RE.\T HOUSES n? 00 ? 1^* rooni "no' and airy a n*l Air. Rkhinod Gap. DUI NB 1 1.1.10—da THANKS We Iht unctoraUtnad, bee through ihla mrtium m thank all tnos* who attended th* funeral, anil carda. wrwih. or In an\ other wav avrnpalhlard wlih m in owr recent b*r*ov*m*r.l of our Iwlovrd HOSAlfA TMOK-VMil.i Josel-r. CtaraBt* BUU IMi'hu.. IIIP*. Erin."* u liildrwv, Kenneth Jones ison-ln-lawl. 7.1.50-In IN MEMORIAM In fondcil memory or our ,nd uncs* F1TZ HR1IIEKT I1KEWSTEH. who departed thi* '"• on 'he ;th of January 1000. Four yrar* of sadness *UH come <> cr ul Seem trar atlll will Ireely flow Put *ome day will bring joy and On lhal bright and l>ap,.> EVer to b mnrmbrrpd by: Ix.tll* and Doris Brewster isister* i. KalM. • row, Mlllicenl arcenldfic. Uollv .urn Molly i niece* i. T.1.S0—In. In lovm* memory of my beloved husband RUBaaN AJrTHUB PAYNE, who died on 0th January IMS. Day* of aadneaa -nil come over ma Secret le-in do oftcr flow For lo-day )>aa brouihl l*-for* me Memories of five years n|o. lli< loving wife Mr*. Dorothy Payne. 7 1.3 la won s \uh A UTOMOTIVE TRACTOR — One FARMAIJ. "H" Tractor very kt used in AI condition rnvr purchkaing larger. 1 Ltd. 6 1 50—;n ELECTRICAL IMP PIUXZEH Capacity g k a1aHU, Deatsned for Belling lcj Cr*."ii*. Con dilton aa new. At Ralph A. Beard. Hardwood Alley. Phono 4*83. | i 'o jn MECHANICAL B1CYCUB: Hereulea Stiver King, on term*, all models, la (roan and in blacK. 4. Barnes Co., Ltd. Dial 447(1 11.11 40 l.lr. MISCELLANEOUS CORN Ijnutrrl quantity at -pecml price MM per 100 lb*. Dial 4601. Barbedoi Co-operative. Cotton Factory Ltd e I SO-t.f.n. LOCKS—Oood Padlock* al lie each. 11.33 ucr d**. SUi.jy Store. Lucaa St. 6.1.30—In. SHIRTBA good %  election of Gent* Sport* Shirt* In many attrojotlvo COlO****. long and .hurt alcevea al S3 SS and 13.00 e-.'h. Al Sianway Store, Luce* St. o.rso—"-. FITTINGS (inv-nlwt pipe. All -i.ru from * in. to m ina. l-none 4664 A. Barns* Co. Ltd. 1.11.4s—Lf.n. QA1.VAXISED SHaVTB—fl ft. M .. I ft. Apply: Aut* Tyre. TrafjlgKi Stre.i. nig* : %  -. a.i.jo-i.i.i.. PUBLIC SALES REAL ESTATE LAND—1 -ere. 38 perches of Axablr Land, St James uilli Fan Mill, young Coconut-treee jp good a**-balhliif. Apply: S. Kogen 1 fclotrin Bros. 4 1 SO-tfl FOR SAIJ; OK IU^4TFarley Hill •t Ft*r OM PtanUtlon house lf* ^ "i—i Itti ng room libr, r Ideal for convertclub. Fur deUlli. A t "iirii|i.inv 4 1.S0. I.fn LANtv One r.-.il | .• H..."l. si PtilUp; wi the pubuc roML for prirlicular* contact ItatXy (.'allendjir 1 Cr,.ne Ibtad or Nclle IVrrj man's ahop. fa* ""-d. M Michael 7 l.M> In liters in writing u re Invited for 11.180 aquare feel .,[ land attUota In Sober* Lane. Bridgetown, and having a frontage of III tfd IN. S..ber* L-un* ..lid ill present unaer tenantry. For rirthor parUcultirf apply to in* %  BSMI Rg .-I CAIIHI.NOTON aV SKAJ.Y 7 I SOn THE undersigned will offer for sal* 1 nigh Slrv.-;. uii, inatatit •I 3 p m -,!,',£, u, ,ll 'shou.i* called LAITOgMtSUt Juara feel. O.n.Ututlon Road. SI. Ml"f"Th* dwolllruihtnua* comnrlscs "N nil. QHOUND FLOOJI: Drawln* room rwl three bedroom*. I one with runhtng %  .-t.-ri. galtory, utllct a^ bath WajrAIRS On* .ery large bedroom u.g room. P*mr>. kiUiun, Srperale balhtoom in yard. Inspection any day rxcopt Sunday 0Par4r th# houp, tf 4 rm ^^ e F in on application lo the owners, the "isars '•...[, on ih, yrsnoss*. -or further particular* and condition' of Ml* saa OOTTIJ^ CATTORD 41 Co. Solicitor*. 7.1 lo-on ^*OPf£RTY--Al Station Hill. Holt** yaUixg Modern coin rnlrn c;. Appl> SLJ J*"" C M Or*4Jg..*. Ito*mutA Sl reet 7750-4n aSf,.*"^ At *" %  •* *lh •wroxiii-triv iw ft road fionlage. lie LTL"*-." nL, lLDDS LAND. Sandy ***I,l*r J '""*'Over • ACT*) *n £* %  .* oad. RUM o/ Way lo sea SSi . p,k '* d DI >">^ BLADON. g7?_~ !" ** Agent*. Auctioneer* A ajn'""" % %  PUntarkm* Building. Phone eh^ N w. Clevedale'. Raatk D£ rsz&z.i 7 1 N—In ui'l*tone St Lawrence Gap. V v ..'M rn !* h d • SB0I> P* '"onth from -'an. |5th. Dial 84M. 8 1 :o In HO^Igg-<>n* Mocktrn House tftuatad at Granite. Ro*d. St. Michael, contuning l bedrooms, and usual convenience. Apply D Oaskln. Thomai Gap, St 7 1S0-n FARAWAY'. St Philip coast, fully (umUh-cL Oarage.. Servant Room*, Bathing b**ch. From March 1st. 6M per monUi. Phone 4476. g.l SO-t f n NXWIfAVEN', Can. Co^full, furnished. Oarages, Sorvant Room* r"" 1 1 i Sg. FSM SS month. Phone 4478. SHOP—No. a Tudor Street, frr*. January 1st. C/o Westbury Cemetery !" Cc H II H %  SKOP-At No. 77. Roebuck St -lOUKK-AI Barbaree* Hll!. From lsl Jan. l*t*Jy occupied by Mr. H A Vaughan. Dial 4007. FLAT—Fumlihed Flat at ihe Pavilion "anlngs For 4 month* from Uih Feb%  vur>*. 1090. Phone 4*31. 9.1.S0-3n Fl-VT -For on* year or longer. Fully furnished, ietf-contained Flat, 3 mile* Bndiietown. Sfwciou* living room and vor*ndah wKh lovrty open ylewa of country and th* *•*. 3 bedrooms <3 with balMi bathroom with electri.a te, hMtvr. well equip***! modern kitchen, r*nsgah**Bri virpnon*. rtjstto gMrfe Ktaa jmd all rlerlrlclty charges garage and • iryanu room. In all mcluMve rental oi A.U per month. Apply to Mrs F. Loula* Lynch, White Hall Flat*. Codrlngton Hill Telephone 34S7. 3.1.S0-3n KKISHAUA -Fontaoelle I^nd. Q,d Dial 2700 or 3*43. T..Mar*J, Hindu Store, 1 SwHI SI. ftltM BLIJK HOUSXlAicaa Street, facing Ssna Street Excellent Bu*inr*i Stand Apply lo No. 47 Swan street 31 11,4* an N'BLir NOTICES NOTICE NLNLTBLN (111 person* having been rwrrdnalod to sorve In the vastry of u parUh of Christ Churcli for theyear tS0. I hMcby itotUy my intention ti-klng Ih* Poll for Uw dMermmatlon of this election at th* Vestrv Room. Oi*tin. on Monday next the ninth day o. January. I0SO. bsg-inning the hours a 8 ..(*! V o'clock in th* rruirning and con tlnuuig until 4 o'clock In th* afternoon VBIINON J. WI1JJAMS Sheriff 4 I B0~6n. NOTICE This is lo nolify the general public lhal I am still blocking and cleaning r..nsiiut Itala. children's school hat* and ulso gent* felt hat* **pecl*lly Tel. No 8103. L. A. Olbb*. 7.1.60—Sn. CIRCULAR H-VSTST-H HELP A JUNIOR TEACHER for beginning 17Ui January 1060. a lunio tewohsT. minimum qualificationsen00' CssrtlsBMgg W D IU'DDKR. Principal—B'dos Academy 9MVANTS— An cxMeienc* cook and 0 l.M I III < AIIOV\l THE PARRY SCHOOL THE PARKY SCHOOL re-opens or Monday. Jar.uary :• at •* a.m. J. L SMITH. Headmaaaae. 7 I M>-ln ,.^ 3 > V ".* nd BLTIX:*. A competent t no* and Butler for Th* Barbados Aau*> tlc Club. Apply to the Him— 6 1 POSITION-An Fx Seme* m,n *r:**ks erru>lo>m*nl a* Office Messenger or Porter etc Writ. Up* M Advocate Advig. Dept. 7 1 SO—In noOKKEKPER ACCOUNT ANT Services of rvpMleneed bookkeeper.AcrotintOM rro.ul*l m Barbados. Advertiser, own itarl aware of vacancy which ...11. for ability up to quarterly irUI balance •tandard Knowledge Dry Oood* business nd control of office personnel corandered ***M*. rsuMnev hour* 6-4 weekday. 6--.13.30 Saturday* Write In corUtaVnc* rt.Un. age. deUil. past pppotntmcni* and satary deUred: P.O Bow 144 Bridgetown 7 1 SO-ta MISCELLANEOUS TWO m GARDEN TORTOlfiFS Youngone* Pleu*e apply X V /.. Mn eat* Office. 7 |.5g_in < otahf rnrrr School Entranrr Examiiation 1950 I Th* Examination will be hold 00 Tueaday next. January 10th at 6.00 am at Cumbermere School. 1 All candidate*, both for f*e-p*Mig vacancies and also ihos* for Ve^iry and othor SchoUuarupa. should preswnt thesnaclv** at \h* School from 8 30 m. onward and bring Iwe, iharp***d pencil* 3 It la expected that Ihe candidate, will be kept al the School until approximately 130 p.m. It la therefore advised that candidate* arum Id bring some light refreshment* or money to purchaa* same In the School Canteen which will bo open for th* purpose. A bremk of apprc/ximatery half an hour will be IT aid* during Ihe course of the Ex arm nation. 4 Uata of iuccessrul candidate* win be published in the Rarbado* pre*, on January 14th. M PINDAR, Sec retary-Trea surer. Governing Body. 7 I SO 3n_ High Blood Pressure fer from Jtjgfc itood Pr.aturs'wbr'h %  > myatartoua dl**Mi ibai :*, % %  %  .hlTsi. *""* •*, Cn n i Ur6.no I. !" HS'sft'!..? 1 *'** Blo * ***•LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ,-\ 1 1 .el Walrond of uor.'. "arc"."*""'!! ituMhed to rootr ^r^zr— ** M Bloo "•• %  .!a*w^'L ou ,, r fc ti *" •• %  **** %  • %  M**1 and kt,c\s 1 • % %  -awo la h^A dl6*ln.*a. lU, '•nth. polw 1. Daut( pgiXii.uo,, • %  £"* •~ to f'••* %  •oery. if yc* !2Sf .if'. •' x *— '""PK"** don't rttf SBf l al, "*f 1,: ? *•' %  b • 0 • u •• raSJt ? %  **• %  <5ngor. N*e* JZZEvi. fcMw " Hy B t. a nti. m 4 Vy* ****y7. rjduea. H'gh BM JSJVJ ?** •* "• %  ••rt. *Jie miWs. for Applicant. NB—Thb. apollcatlon will be eonsklrreo at a I .. %  I'olice COUT* %  Monday ihe I6ih day of January, lfOO. at II clock am. H A. TALMA. Police Magkstrati 71.50— In I'ublie Notlcew-Contd CIRCULAR STAMPS—PrompI cah paid for u**g itamp*. or If you wish merchandi**, such fountain pen*, caoaeraa. nylon*, lool* -W, win be sent In exchange Southland Stamp Ctt. 160S Roocanelt A\e. L Angele* 6, Calif. US A. 8 150—Jr. INiblir Xniire-Contd NOTICE Swe. md 14 i* Island and • .< ptece <>.Down l* Mr I'ulilir yintir+v-Contd OFFICIAL NOTICE n.-\HBADOS IN III! tvsl^T IM ( OI RT 111 APPEAL Equllabl* Jurisdiction!. KENNETH CLIFFORD BKOWNE BYRON WIU.IAM DVRANT tlmtU ARCHER D.leadant IH pursuance or an Order in ihi* <* OU ri m the above action made on the ilh day of January, 1030. | mlvt ,.,. person* having any estate, right or inter••' ,n or any lien or incumbranrr affeclAU thai certain piece or parcel of land .ituale at Crsg> Hill ln the pariah ,4 *int Lucy in this Island containing by ftdmea uiernent three rood* twenty one perches or thereabouts abutting and bounding on tandl of B. Skinner £ ha ltt8n n r" %  O"""'" UrifBih, It Skinner. H. OrifBlli. O. Armstrong, John Qrinlih and on the public road or bowvyer els* the name may abut and bound, to bring before me an account of their .aid claims with their witnesses document* and vouchers, to be examined %  y m* on any Tuesday, or Friday beween ihe hour* of 13 inooni and 1 o clock in the afternoon, at the Ofhce of the Clerk of the AsaliUnt Court of Appeal at the Court Hou** Bridgetown b*foro th* 15th day of March. 1666, ,„ order that *uch claim* may be ranked according to the nature and priority thereof reapectively. otherwise, math per1 will be precluded from ihe benefit Ihejaid Ilec-ee. and be deprived 0s n M against the said property. Claimants ate alao notified lhal they lad attend the said Court on W*dn*ciay the 15th day of Match. 1090, at 10 o'clock am. when their said claim* will be ranked. Given under my hand this 5th day of January, 1030. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clark of Ihe AaaUtant Court of TO TRE ELECTORS FOR TRF VF*TR* III 1 Ml IMII-ll Ul -l Mil II \l I On Tiieaday January 3rd. 1040. 1 win again nominated as a candidate for ihe pnrlih of St. Michael. My knowledge gained aa a VeWryman for the pstat 3 year* and my achleveBB behalf of Ih* partahJoner* will again be of service to you la con dueling the itfT*ir* of th* pariah la view of the contested election which take* place on Monday. January 6th. at the Parochial Buildings. Cumberland Street, between th* hour* of 6 a.m. and I pin.. I am again sol selling your support, trusting you Will record on* of ._ in rny favour. Thanking >oIn anticipation, I an. Your* for Service, THOMAS W. MILLER Upper CoUjmor* Rock. S*. Michael. N0TICC TNI; Wr<7 INDIA RIHCI'IT CO. LTD TCNDBKS or* invlled for the supply of the following building malarial* or any or eilk-r of them 50.006 cu. ft. Block Stone — per cu. ft. BJ)00 cu yd*. Concrot* Stone — Sir* 3" per t yd ggg ;.* 700 ru. >-da. ConcrOto B*on* per cu. yd. 4.000 cu. yd*. Sa*d per cu >d wilbout freight. Tender* In writing to be *ubuUlt*d lo M***r* Low COnnaU. Barbado* Fire K.*uranro Building, Brtstgetown. togethrr with aampl** not later than llida.v. Ilth January. 1666 The War* India Buacuit Co. Ud. doe* not hind ttaotf lo accept the lowest of %  n> lender. NOTICE BE UTATBOr ALMA SMITTEN 1 Deceased < NOTPCE la hereby given that all pera— having arty debt o r cla im* against Ih* stag*** ,.* AI.MA SMfTT>.\ gsatssMOd late ,. REBECCA SEAlU.llS PKSBBBBBI ALVA FIT7.-GF.RALD KEU.Y Drfradaal IN pursuance of an Order In thi* Court In the above action made on the 4th day of January. 1050. I give notice to all person* having any eitate. right or intere*t in or any lien or ineumbrau.e afleclIng. All that certain piece or parcel of land 'formerly part of th* lands of Carl ton PUntat.ini our parl.h tsuhfull* In the past and if elected -•lallTouliiui* to do my beat to conserve the inleresU of all. As it doe* not suit me to contact all the electors personally. I am uiing thi> mean* to solicit your support and .i-h if you conaider nu, worthy to attend the poll* on Monday next Oih I'l.t „nd record your vote in my favour. Yours truly. :A>. :.I CaVQR 7.1.50-Jn NOTICE T ?*_ WiST ,ND * BISCIIT CO. LTD Tenders are invited for th* supply 01 approximately 10,000 bug* camani. to conform to BHti*l> stand.no Soar location. The total quantity will noi be required immediately but will be bn in xhipment* of approximately 1,000 lo 3.000 bag*. Quotation* to bo duly paid, ex wharf, per bag of 64 lbs. Tend**-* to be submitted t.. atdOar 1-.* a. CtonneU. P.O. Boa 136, llrnf.*-. town. not later than Friday, 13th January I060. The We** India Biscuit Co. Ltd. doe* rot hind itaeU lo accept the lowest or %  Ul\. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Horace furlong, ol Land* Bid. St. Michael for pimUmlon to aril Spirits. Malt Uquor*. AW., at board and shingle shop attached'to realueiice at Land* Bid. St. Michael. Ilatrd this Sth day of JanUatrv lOU To ihe Police Magistrate. [Nat. 'A'. Ssgjned HORACE FUKUi'.G N.B.—Thla appllrilion will tie ccmsidared at a Licensing Court lo b* held ul Police Court, District *A\ on Monday the l6lh day of January IBM at II o'clock a.m. E. A McLEOD, isJaUal MUBO atagtatniie, Dl. 'A'. 7.1.66—in. LOVI ll\>H\ I MOTILE LAND ACQUISITION ACT 1849 (NoUee required by Section 3) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it appears to the Govcmorin-fcxccutive Commltlee that the land described in the Schedule tatrfftq and situate at Payneg Bay in the parish of Saint James (part <* the land of a place generally known as 'Derricks ) is hkelv to be needed for purposes which in the opinion of tha Governor-in-Executiw mittee are public purposes, namely as a site bounding on the sea on which fishing boats can be hauled up and on which shelters may be •erected. THE SCHEDULE A parcel of land at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James containing 7,710 square feet bounding on the north on lands of B. H. Moore and others, on the east on the Public Road running from Muletown to Bridgetown, on the south on other lands of B. H. Moore and others, and on the west on the sea. Dated this 6th day of January, 1950, al the Public Buildings In the City of Bridgetown in the Iiland of Barbados. P. F. CAMPHE1J Acting Colonial Secretary. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Gerald A Atwell ol Skeele Hill. Ch Ch for permission U Malt Uquor*. Ac at a era' building known ,11 Abbeville I Ch Ch. within Dirt A Dated Ihi* Ml. day of January 1000. To ihe Police Magistrate. Dirt A' Signed GERALD A. ATWE1J. \u\-lu ..| N II Thi* application *rtt I* COtad• in**! ..I 1 I.Henniig Ciurt 10 he held at Police Court. District A', on Monday the 16th day' of January 1060 al 11 o'clock 6 m. IA McLEOO. Police Magistral*, Di*t 'A'. T 1 60It LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The Application of Anita Clarke, of %  (. for permbmon in *> Ii Kpitit*. Mall 1 >m floor of a 3 storey wall %  Dated thi. Signed ANITA CLAHKE. Applicant *r*d at a I t* held at Potic* Court. District "A'. the I6U1 da** of Jaouare 1630. at 11 LI0U0R LICENSE NOTICE Hay lautd. Heckle* Ros.l 1-l..n to sell Spirit*. MaK quor*. Sec., at a board and shingle shop iroof attached at Bay Deckles Road. St. Mlrhacl Dated this Uh day of January 1060. T. Ih* I'c.Ui\Lu-i.tr..',!>,,V\ Signed MARDC CRICHIOW. This application will h, ihe 10th day .1 January i860 at II o'clock. UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ( %  ion of Edwardine Alleine f" Eagle 1I..I1. st M4rh..rl 1 11 10 -ell SplHta. Malt Liquors honrd and -Jungle shop attached to midon** at Engbr Hall. St Michael Dated this Mh day of January 1*H. To Ihe Police Mag -rale. INrt. A' Mgn*d ELtWARDINK AJXRWNI %  a**.. Appllcanl Nil-This application will be ronidreed at a I Court lo be he"id nt Police Court. IH.irtci A', on Monday Ihe 18th day of January 1090 E. A. MriXOD. Police Magistnitr. lh*L 'A'. I 1 SO—In. SHIPPING NOTICES NOTICE You ran ha** your old Selosor* %  harpor.ed. pointed rlveled andcleaned by G Ciedda r d c/o Alieyne Arthur a. Co.. Ud. High Street. The M V. ''Daerwood" will accept Cargo and rseiuger< for St. Vincent sailing Saturday "th January, 1090. Ii 6f 1 |iB*D*je*M OanMCS' Association .!„,. Tel. 4047. Oth January. 1660, MONTREAL. AUSTRALM NET* ZEALAND LINE IIMIMU MilfiBj LINE) MS. "POHT PIRIE" 1scheduled to sail Oeelong 10th December. Melbourne Dec Mlh. Brisbane December list Syo nry January 4th arriving Trinidad aboui cod January 10M. M S" KAIPAK1 1* K-heduled to sail Adelaide December Mlh. Purl I'iric Dg cenibar 31*1. Burnle January Tth. Mell^ume January list. Sydney January Mth. Brudsan* lebruary Ind. arriving Trinidad about 4th March The** vessel* hav* ample space for Chilled. Hard rroten and Ueneral Cargo COrgo accepted on Throiafh bills 0| tiding with transhipment at Trinidad ftfr IirllLh Quuna. Barbados. Wmdw.id Leeward I .lands. Ih*r particulara apply iiiLMEsa WITHY at Co., Ltd. Agent*. TRDIIDAD DaCOOTTA %  Co Ltd. AgeBbK BARBADOS. For MASL. SAND. GARDEN MOVLD. and I.1ME. Dial 1SD3 HARRISON LINE OlrrtVAED FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Vert. From iNDORE" .. London %  PACIFIC STAR".. Liverpool %  PROSPECTOR %  .. l.ondo.1 "CRAFTSMAN" .. Glasiow THIRLBV ..Uvcriwol I.i'J\r* ..l'3rd DPC. .. Sth Jan. .. 51h J..11. ..21st Jan. .. 28th Jan. Hat 10th Jan. 19th Jan 23rd Jan. in. r*b. nth Fob. HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM. •*** For ciom In Barbadua fiiilhrr informalion apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—AgenU. 1^ !" 9nc MOl'TKBUI'ND CANADIAN *f >hl* Sailing every two week*. BBW oil 1 INS SIR VICE Hells Arrives tlallfas haika*.* D*cr. 30th January 6lh Jany. Olh January Mth ALCOA RANGER Sail* New Urleaa* Mlh Dec. Limited pMi*ng**f 1 Rail* Mabll* 19th D*c. Harksdes h Dec. Apply: DA COSTA & CO, LTD. — Canadian Service ROBERT TKOM LTD. — Nw Vorh and Gulf Servlc* OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS Ih HI ASSISTANT (UtRI ul APPEAL 'Equitable Jur. GEtlllGF'. ALLEYNE By Alty. REBECCA AEARLES Plata th* A' .'A PfTZ-GERALD KELLY Defsada*. liereby given that by virtue ol an Order of the A**l*ten! Court or Appeal dated the 4th day of January, 1000. there will be set up for sal* to th* hlghMl bidder al th* OnVc or the Clerk nf tin AsslaUot Court of Appeal at the -. Bridgetown, between the hour* '.I 13 inooni and 1 o'clock in th* *Il*rnoon on Prlday the 10th day of March. 1050, All that c* iformrrly part of Plantalloni slluale In th* pariah *f Saint Jam** and Island of Ba r t ad** af6i**6lil OOastMsdM I.. satjagagngasBsaMi ,.„ rgggC be tb* aaaao mor* or lea* abutting and bounding on lands of A Jordan on land* al the Estate of Elisabeth Sandiford. de:.e Estate of NathanMi Lord*, d ece a sed, and on a road In 60*Bae*8*l i>r %  -.*.,.1 gfag tl* .am* may abut and bound, and If not then said th* •aid property will be set up for sale on every *ucc**dlng Prlday between th* same hours until the un .• i sold for 6 sum lot tees than £Tt. 18 4 Dated ihu tth da* of January, 1090. I. V CII.Kt Ag CWrk of th* A**t. Court of Appeal 1.1*6. -3n. HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAV STREET The following programme of Day and Evening Classes will open nl Ihe Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday 16th, January 1850. Monday 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon—Cake making & Pastry. Simple dress cutting & sewing 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Variety dishes. Plain dress-making, 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Tasty dishes St table-laying. Rug-making. Tuesday 10.OO a.m.—12.00 noon—Cake Icing Elementary dress-making 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Cake making A Pastry. Pattern drafting. Wednesday 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon-Home Nursing. Sweets & Preserves 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Advanced dress-making. 4.30 pjn,* 6.30 p.m. —Caribbean Cookery. Simple dress-making. Thursday 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon—Girls' first Cookery Course 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Cake & Pastry-making. Advi"..ced handicraft*. 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Salads & Desserts. Handicrafts. Friday 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon—Simple handicrafts. 2.00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Salads Ac Desserts. 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Advanced Cake Icing. Advanced dress-making. Registration for all classes must be made la (Oersaw and will tuke place at the Housecraft Centre between 10.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon, and between 2.00 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. from Wednesday Ilth January, to 13th January, 1B50 inclusive. Feea must be paid in advance for the Term, at the time of registering. *' for each course in Sewing, Pattern Drafting, Home Muraing, hug-making, and Handicrails. 10 8d. for each course in Girls' First Cookery Course. 13/for each course in Cake and Pastry-making. Cake Icing, Variety and Tasty Dishes, Caribbean Cc*3kery and Salads and Deawrtg. 2/will be refunded at the end of the Term to all students who attend 75% of their clagees. Department of Education, 4th January, 1950. 8 1.50.—3n. POLICE NOTICE At about 4.30 pjrt. on the afternoon of the 2nd January, a man 'was stabbed in the back In Kueen'., Park by an unkn Will anyone who ran sive the Police ANY information concerning this Incident kindly report to the CRIMINAL INVESTICA'l ION DEPARTMENT. R. T. MICHELIN, Colonel, Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters, SUi January, 1950. 7.1.50— 2n. METAL CASH BOXES. AIR TRAVEL SUIT CABa* DESK BLOTTERS. COCKTAIL SIIAKEHS mlh INSET STRAINERS. PLATE OtAS* .AND MIlUiuKS. All Ih. abovt liui rKlvd by — JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE Tin: .lovvi BA.\K OF C.VXADA limit llffiri; Hoiilmil JAMES MUIR President BURNHAM L. MITCHELL Vice-President T. H. ATKINSON General Manager Condensed Annual Statement at on 30th November, 1949 ASSETS Cash, cheques and balnriees with other bunks Government and other public. securities, not exceeding mui kel value Other securities, nut axi narks* VSJIM Call loans Other loans auu discounts Liabilities of ruslomcrs under letters ol credit :... Other assets • l|ft*lsVe*S*l !.058,Cl,026.62 1IMI7.U4I.U2 6,0H. .'.m, 168,935.7B M,7M,6M.28 21.S36.237.81 $2J34,M5,354.14 I.IADII.ITIES Capital, reserve and undivided profits Notes In circulation I>epoaits ... Letters of credit outstanding Other liabilities $ 83.782.238.18 3.703.7K56 2.1P2.140.S78.62 M.790.6S5.28 3.558,112.20 $2.?->4.9BS,3S4.14 Over 680 branches In Canada and 62 branches abroad, including. LONDON, NEW YORK. HAVANA. DUENOS AIRES, RIO DE JANEIRO, SAO PAULO, MONTEVIDEO, LIMA, BOCOTA, CARACAS. BELIZE, N.V also in PUERTO RICO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. HAITI, BARBADOS, DOMINICA. JAMAICA. ST KITTS. TRINIDAD. MONTSEItRAT, ANTIGUA, GRENADA, BRITISH GUIANA. NEW YORK AGENCY 68 William Street LONDON BRANCHES 2 Cockspur AiLriliary in France THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA (FRANCE) Paris aeceeeeos WANTED {Clean Old Ka(i: •MORE MAJORUM" After thimanner of our aooc-.Un-iil ****** do for 1*00. Where rooking method* af* conrarnod n ikn II** SPIXn. roidrORT AND i ON VI NLVLNC*. Or (t.ts fur Co %  In DAY DIAL 4*01 V-V^VV'.'^'^^-V'^V^V-V-V'-V,.*; The International PEN FRIEND Organisation will ilncl you a pen friend \ abroad. For particulars write ,> to 21 Upper George's Strcii, >* Dun Laoghairt*, *t 1 NEW ARRIVALS Tina Macaroni and Oh** BolUr* Pennul Ikillrt Peanut I>*|* Sora-ddo* 1l.nl Oeani S-l.,.1 Dressing Tin. IV..mil, Ha ..(,. Krlchut**' Tin. Tt>m.iU) p-mp Tins ApricoU ibitil.. Uuava Jelly. Stuart & Sampson LTD, Uudqaurteni for Pert Itl'M IMWHMIV come. OF THE WEST INDIES. Open Scholarships for IP suitable candidates pic%  llcge of the West proposes to award up to six scholarships tenable tobar IKJU, not leas than two will be in Arts and not less than two will be in Natural Sell The awards will be made as .ii of examinations to Luring UM week be: February 27lh. 195U. %  uiul.'i Ihe age of twcniy on January 31st, 1930 and must have passed or bo exempt from the matriculation exi lion of the University of London. The emoluments of iiiship will cover all in it ion and examination fees I scholar iieoais further An grant proportionate to his needs will be made. Applii.ilioii forms and pamphlet* giving furthei may be obtained tm Ke^istr^r, L'nivoraiiyCollege of the West Indies, Mna, St. Andrew, Jamaic;i. closing date for applicitions is January 31st. 1950. I.IMBW-40. UNIVERSITY HULK,, OF THE HEM IMHES. Admission tif Uwoleruraduales in OcteWr, 193U IF suitable candidates present themaelves, lh< versily College of the West Indie, will ndmil in October, 1950. nbout thirty imdeigraduates in each ol the Faculties of Aris. IMaUiral Sciences and Medicine. The courses In Arts and Ng^uasU Sciences will lead to tl eral degrees ol the univern Ion in thoae faculties p.nd those in ihe degree of Bachelor of MedK-inc and of Surgery of the Univ. r LOssgaeas. Application forms and pamphlets giving particulars of ihe nectstaary !, it ions, entran* aminations, feea foi may be obt.i orAce of the Registra \41ege of tl JanuiK for applications is J 31st, 1950. 3.1141



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Hit. If.lKH.WM>-. AliVtM Ml QaJab CaUinq Women's Woirld Rupert and t he Carney L ight, in In* well lit bailor the Marine Hotel. thetf was a cocktail party Riven C. S. Lee in honJ. Voi. Chairman i %  of Trinid Mrs. Vos; Kenneth Gordon. Manand Mrs. all on their toe*, served costtil savouries and a variety of and the ballroom prcsent%  arming picture of ladies in colourful dresses and the gents m weH-cut etdti Following is a list of fill Ha* Exrcllrrn Thr fiovrrv* ud M "•W** Xr nd Mw G M Ad.tn MT. and Mm. O M. Adan*. Mr and Mm <' Barton. Mr and Mra Banna. Prof und MrC. Dt-atlry. Dt nnd MrG Ram-mf.. Mi %  a Mr* n TaannM%  d Mr. Trevor BBWI-UW. Mm w itennrn. LI Col and Mr* J ContwU. a nd Mm H O Cummin.. Mr ond Mm Peirr Campbell. Th* Hn and Mr* J D. Chandler. Mr and Mr. R C*rrln*ian. The Hon and Mm Q 8. Eniyn. SMr Allan and I.-HIX Collvmpi* Mr. and Mr. A Dal MM. C. Y. Canalalm. Mr .>nd Hn H. A. Dowdlnc Mr. and Mm A 8 Duncan % %  H ci 6n'j|f. Mr Richard nouse. Wfffldr and Mr. U A Gain(Uld. Mr and Mm T t P. Fitirmiid. Mr and Mr Gillian. The Hoe V C Gat*. M L C.. Mr and Mm Fred Goddnrd. Tne Hon. nnd Mra. FTBI.IC HiiMnrv I l Gerald King. Mr and Mm Vernon Kmht. TinHon and Mr.. D C Ifintrt. Mr David I I-aflv Liarir-SmiU). Mr and Mra W Lambert. Mr and Mm R. n > %  '* V %  ,! \! %  Manr.inc. Mr. nnd Mm. W A C and Mm M T Mh-heiu,, Mm A. Maclean, Trir lift. Dr. and Mm tl G MBI.I and Mra t Pjrlrit. Mi W II I li IBM Rr~ BiahtH. Hiwhea. Mr and Mm. Tom Pat..':: %  D 1. Pile. M : and Mm T N P.in. Mr and Mr* a"..*" ^' **" ES Ro*>"-" Ml liettH-rt laity. Dr and Mra Harold %  nd Mm Bnire Skinner. Mm *li.., Dr HIKI M d Hn T ]( H WUklnann. The Hun and Mm. J II. Wilkh.•TalMU, Ml Mr. and Mra J F. Heoi Mr „nd Mr. BAT Mr.and Hi .,, urMl Mr Cea*l Skeele. Mr and Mm A G 1 DoMaa, Mr. and H ln CO) and Mm Hugh Wiikin. Mr and Ham A S riMdei,. Mi. and Mm H. M. < J o n a j and Mr. and Mn. D. n Laav Busmen With Pleasure M R. AND MBS. ERNES T Taylor have nm. Brrbados from England, and have already visi#d British and Dutch Guiana, also Trinidad. They are combining business i are visiting all i Indian Islands. Mr. Taylor Is the Sales Director of the firm of Edward El we] I. Ltd.. of Wednesbury. England. and associate Companies, who are manufacturers of specialty tool* for planter*. Mr. Taylor is well known here, but It Is Mrs. Taylor's first visit and ( she is delighted with Barbados and its local They are staying ot 'Cacrabank.'" Students Return T*TR HUGH PAYNF rd Ciimlerdav nfer snendlnff 'tie CSrTelmas Witt) their relatives. For Customs Talks H ON'BLE A. D. BOYD, Treasurer of Dominica, was an arrival from St. Lucia by B.W.I.A. nn Thursday for the final session of the Customs Union Commission which will take place if Hasting!. House on Monday. He Is staying at the Hastings Hotel. •> a> Cocoa Industry M R. and Mrs. C W. F. Hartley and their two children who Itfl ban on Thursday by th<• m A Post-Graduate Course T HREE nurses from British Guiana arrived in England on the S.B. CotHca last week Thev are Miss C. G. Watson, Miss P. Callender, and Miss C. B. Bonous, and they will spend I London doing a post-graduate course at the Royal College Hospital, The course, it is understood. Is designed to qualify them to be Ward Sisters when they return home. RIBBON EVENING BAG Th€ day is wtna and Rupert dorin'i quite know what M do with hiaiiell. Most of his pals are on holiday and tar away, but he iirolli the end of the village to are af anything is happening. There he seel the oM lady from Honeyuckle Cottage with ht young companion. Hello. **Ti tht C"t Bui w *„., %  , "boot I!. I, iimk£T*l fO" wini l0 i,( !" """|l AM ATM n.l B < I^K>IA(Mi_T MATINEE: TO-DAY at 5pm TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at JJ, •MY BROTHER JONATHAN" Starring : MICHAEL DENISON DULCIE GRET RONALD HOWARD 0 STEPHEN MURRAY Based on the Novel by FRANCIS URETT YOna* FOR FESTIVE OCCASIONS, when making this drawstring evening bag that will he fun to take along to any dance or party, choose your colours to toil exac.lv or contra.t strikingly with your outfit.— F.A.-Reuter Features Limited. RIBBON EVENING BAG lly I'eiinj Wise &&&**&£&& Count And Countess %  rut i Will be „ %  WaSattS .:;b d -^';r'r^;ed 1 n, TobOgO H North. Murtough Guinness' Cousin Here M R. EDWARD GUINNF.SS, who Is s fuuith cuusin U Mr. Comings and Goings ViK PAl fUTC m %  ^"*arrived yesterday SittrnoOB %  1 A. utter nuing ui tlic i imniad races. M R. and Mrs. Milton B. Taylor at MaUMtOta, who have already spent six weeks In \ Arrived Yesterday M is ii M el \ n X H Y U'LKAAY, i luahtor of tha lute Will > %  %  IH UVN Hi TVCMgD, Ilr H-aily apenl SIX W'kS i: P*? n to U tha yacht arrlvssj yastarday by IVW.I.A. U Col moa Mrs. spend about ten days ii. I vas m BurMr. and Wlkux. !i^' . '" k MM| Ar d by the m return to Tobago. He is Wllcox, Is a Consultant to the %  l Company, tht Batsmogrsph Barvloe Corp Mr*. Wllcox and Ml Mil HoW. I* Mrl'^^T^p^'o.^TobT.o an guests at the -. ere mat at "Local Composition" MATERIALS, i of dark corded ribbon. h wide m yards ot vdad ribbon, one Inch wide. i yard of cord to match dark ribbon. Cardboard fur base. Thread to match. PATTERN: Makfl tins from diagram (one square one inch). i I I IIV. DIRECTIONS: H pieces from dark shado Cut 10 j :i ught shado ribbon, ii inches long, lee tin one piece from dark shada, 3o inehee long, for 1 Cuj .. dark shade ribbon, J9 inches long, for lining. CUJ rOD dark shade iibboii. IOVJ mchee long, for BBW1NG DIUCIUMUl 1. Using alternate colours, stitch I of dark aud & pieces I ht ribbon ; Mini: the dark over the %  ieh tuna, in.;Wlthln 4 4 inches of top, leave I space of one quai (for threading through cord) ng to top Reoagt with OttH i 1 uiih U within B' Inehee of top of %  stitch to bag just bekn left for cord; ittassh lining strip. 1 cord through bag, sliding it over the light ribbon and under Uw dark (s,> that when bag is pulled up only dark ribbon shows). Make s small cord fastener, by foldt-lnch strip of dark ribbon in half lcnghtw.se. Stiich together the t ends, turn to right sld down the niidtlle, forming two narrow ribbon loops. Thread cord ends through ribbon loops, knot fl ends tont'thei, end i ends. Stu Mcntter With Hair And Tusks SUEZ, Jan. 6. A sea monster with tusks like iin elephant's and covered with rough hair, has been washed ashore by heavy seas in the Gulf of Suez. It is believed to have collided with the 5,267-ton Norwegian tanker Cornell, killed. It is nearly 14 >ards long. Local experts say it belongs tu the family of humpbacked v. TODAY to TUESDAY at 5 and 8.30 faL MARGARET LOCKWOOD St STEWART GRn IN LOVE STORY On Stage To-morrow at 8.30 p m ARNOLD MEANWELL and his Orchettr. GUEST STAR-Rdj. Casey LOCAL TALENT \l'DITION_;i.0BE Sunday Morning 9 a.m. 'i-t bj M %  pa. mid Urs. Jack M R JOHN RE1D. II.", iivc-uf It I OOjdrkh arrived II.W I A yesterday lo join hn T U: OWM Theatre will aplB wlteUd daughter wh, .... %  • ""' -"' win'and dauunterwh, are alrcadi After Dominica Holiday ,*'''r "!,' "* %  %  ' la-re. The Held, live m Vmciw-l. %  I^^.IJC:; b) UM Lad,/ Kodaey all. %  ndnmniiiM i ii.. i "" u Mr. L AI] ANY Vll'l.t'l s.. .• — w. in,Admuiutrttor of St. Malcolm fcveiyn. a l.ucia arrived back in Barbados iM'il:..-v \J...... #BH I .. .. ... %  %  ...a ..UH.1..V in.-i,.. He was ac„.,.,*„, ,., ,., .: %  ..u. i.. air.ve.t oa,K in Barbados < %  •"> % %  Music 1.1 ,, a w I A. on Tmm.i daualitei. '"" •" •• "rranaed by Mr anendm. Mr IN.. I Congrats %  ^ONOH i 0 Mr „ „ JV|-nd Mrs. „a..,ld H.sk.1. %>.-* ££,• enK S^S lorrison College, and Mrs. Haskell We Cannot Prwluce Rabbits OUT OF THE HAT BUT WE CAN PRODUCE Bargains in HARDWARE HERE THEY ARE n. Bm %  K O Oal HBAD8 .60 "in 11 BUOAM M 81 Milts BPBING BALANi I s aim I" dear iiii.l a ii,„. aaUctt I CaWtufal Poltrry at verv Msy'lVirev' NUN V'" V.)M>KBFi! BABQADn ^ UlU I ui:, fOSV I,I ASMS II for 1.00 JUX.I IIKWIl KET11 I 100 and I .-.( %  WHITE JUGS .72 Famous SPONG MIMKKS Three Models all Speeiali. to 2.IHI AL L AT WHITFIELDS i„r tin,. \\,.,.k Onb ''ROAD ST. -siii.ii ata two I9i,-inch loaauMr, knithwtte, overla|i|Hli^ MM BVW the t-'iiui. rlghi nig. Press seam open and turn lo right side; slip the • %  l %  through the ribbon side base until II „[ lhe bag protrude 'i Inch Ix'low Hie ribbon side base to bag 1 .lie rMaafauna dart nhbon eui strl| Una Hnban Hon). f, strips of % %  Mapping I lie bue on the ribbon and Of ihe Jt to the base, in %  r. Turn to right side, i.nilb,.ard base, and ,r cardboard. Tun, down the top raw edges or bag on each side and slip' / • 1 > T • II 1 ; • ST'" i 4 1 J 1—L_L IVttiy lo Mon. 1 A 8.1 M CJ-M TlalMUi The Km Brothan *A NIOUT IX *ASABLANCA' *uh Loll COLLUll a\rrn i m| rUc -A grott i. in enuee wv. (71 net W M th NtV> iu i\> wiurn IO ntr. (5) I It 1IMP .,- f*ve;„j of lit 'i| ii. xou i.Du.a oui tue ene m i Huat nroworu (3| 10, Warning a-iuiil 14) '1 Olfl-i name i) 21" if n a _!* r *" ; 't Uiougn if) Jft Rr.ittvM, the Unfl wiinout pars,""" *•' =%  *•• S rnu u o;i ihe uicMrfa ia>. n\ WusI ij U *'"•• "* O0 Oos l. OnB'i cir.-lBg. pcriiBpi. (33) i. Psiro oil to reliflTt in iwiuc, . Bar tiui mK iv 0 u a ui u utla Daar m<-t.iir. ifl. Tnouiau in t, thtt follow e-ce ?. l ilf r ,r, ltb twwteertnt • •ion. It) I. Ana ttiio* i e:.i. Kb it i as, f&t wswr or Pttnc-. ISI ML, not, oi ir.:rida*a pguit Actosa buiT. 1 War,,, is Via BOTSSI" NMIUtDl a (In*i i EMPIIIE %  J Continuing 449 A ISO L%eseetM Jutitirw JONES Van ItatFLIN %  AMU HO VARY *ith boul. JOL-HDAN Chilatupher KtNT IIOXY **•"" %  ru.. latin B 5H^ Lwn rum Pr.aw,u i a Miiiorr. u,„ coanaxo •rat NOOSI 'iiasas %  %  %  OLiMPIf Ton., lo un. ta, 111 •-KO. DSuu, •rniNo DOWN -.„ .,„ and . •Iffl'SlSSoaa. You'll enjoy thti REAL SCOI BISCUIT baked in Bonnie Sal at the .SunsJune I Bakery, Glasgow, good biscuits ben from for over 90 Ask for these favourites to-day: Wafer (Cream SandwieaJ Cream (.'racier Thin Wmifaay iVrmline (DiRestivp) Olsxk Empire liiogcr Nut Knh ft WYLLrE,'BARR & u Sato .'l^pnis: " ~ Mi, iniu p.o. Good mornings begin with • • • the sharpest eJ^c in the vrld' T'-Je Enyu.r.et 1O: r Gcdde Grjn. l>m>u MIRRORS BEVELLED —'T llMaal edges NV \ltl)ROBE—rectangular and dome top I CLIPS, CORNEKS, MOVEMENTS, PLATES and REFLEX HINGES ALSO LIGHT MIRRORS-24 & 32 oz From ,1.7 | 0 $2.U &f THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. Qh ou save Time and Money when travelling with *BrinmAIRWAYS 9 Y to U a nZ b00k ^ paS$a e thro i h our off.ee \ anyvvhjre in the world at No Extra Cost. •— — -Err Br^; PHONES: 4583 4 2,89 Burliado.



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fT SulurtUi %  I a % %  % %  r y 7 I >.-.!. SarbaJw0 ^uurjcate Price: FIVE CENTS Vt-ur ..?. 0* ^ ATTLEE HAS FIXED THE DATE \China's Foreign Minister l Condemns Britain "s Recognition Of Communists LONDON. Jan. 6. | 'THE CHINESE EMBASSY m London today tuned the text of a rtatentent by Dr. George Yeah, the Chinese NationalI iit Foreign Minister, condemning British recognition of the I Communist regime as "opening the gates to the flood of ComI mnnist propaganda" • The statement, wh^ch was ls_ —_--a • sued simultaneously in London ; 3 Withhold Recognition Of China KARACHI. Jon. fi |The Canadian Minister for Extol Affnirs Mr. Leati soil* on thai Indid not expect Canada recognise Communist China. ^Ul his return iron, the British mmonwcalih F nfereneo ID Colombo about gbruary 10. fi suppose that the United nan unlikely to recognmunist China Tor the ngf inMfaL n Government i\ tinderstood to bo conTing on the i.uestion ol whether Ihe Communist Govnmenl in China, following reIs of British recognition. The email on this matter is ted later to-day. %  tain McCarthy Withdraws Objections Child Custody Hearing DaOi-e AdVoCtta Cortrapondtrnt PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 6. ,ouis Wharton, K.C.. leading Unsel for Mr. McCarthy, withall preliminary objections I the legal battle against Mrs. pCarthy for custody of their JUghter and the hearing ot the |al phase to be decided as lo is fit and pr< ^ m child went baolc i Bnbers to-day. _i IUI objection iro:n larton was centered around Jurisdiction of the Jamaica kit. The urt look'*! tc a law library to-day as ICR.I1 ft" J Bannays and Wharton argued Jmicil'' law. —.By Cable) and Formosa, viewed 'with mininsnment and regret the phenomenon of Great Britain i offer recognition to the puppet I'eiplng Commui which can lay no valid claim to either full sovereignty or the voluntary support of Ihe great majority of the Chinese people. "That the nation which led the world in de m ocratic institutions should I* 1 among the first to have truck with the rei Ihe totalitarian regime must be a Intment to all believers in China wbcie.' DM Cockro€(che8 IUrbadoa Advr-. PORT-OF-SPAIN. Braving rough seas and high wind in tinAnt Boca this afternoon, Alt' launrh captain, rescued three boatmen who wan off the %  84 hours without food and water. Pour wan raacuad from a raft by police. Three othei lleved drowned s< venty-yearOld Morgan Noel Ll slat' been dashed against ro killed when the barge .. was shipwrecked. Two are missing and be drowned Claude Rupert Grunt. Those r Papuan* are Looklat, Doorgah, Mdti.ii Allan, % % %  ..i H,II tholomcw. Tin' %  i ondltton al Hospital of Port-of3] All the men were employees of I-ee Lum & Co., and barge towing into Port-ofSpain fron Ch on Tuesday. One of •' Doorgah, said that all they had eaten for 84 hours were sea cock. —By Cable. British and American officials. n Berlin treated the report with recalling hi %  %  iranium mines had bi %  i tjonal reporfal in weal Beilm paper? hith were later found lo Iw almoat entirely without foundaon. In November last Bcil'n :jp to 2,500 perUistrophe. Antigua" a few minuu the side of the runway yesterday afternoon al Seawell Tl the aircraft was damaged, but no one was injured. Burst Tyre Forces 'Plane Off Run* ay At Seawell No Passengers Hurl : No Ptimr British West Indian Aiiuays ai.cralt IUI ran off the runway ycatvday aAernoor a, he li her scheduled flight shortly after 5J0 p m Irom Trinidad The 'plane was carrying twent> of three. There were no casualties. An i ount was that S ..|| to. Marloan (("ill" 1 ill k > Reach a Crisis WASHINGTON. Jan. 6 The State liepartmen: ed to-da> that Hrilain. Cana la and the Cmted States had ma le r;empt to press chart i-s gain st Bulgaria. Hungi Rumania of violations ol the B. Ir.ities. In ilnnMs they requested the three Controlled States to name theli repi i itivi to Comm %  lions which according to the pacce ere authorised to invisligate disputes among the sigr.a.lowers have ..1'ised Hungary, Bulgaua and Rumania >>f violating the human rights provisions of the The three ItatM have denied the charges—Kruter. U.S. ANTI-COMMUMST RECOVERY PLW Drafted For Asiatics NEW YORK, Jan. 6. The United States is ulannm ( hliler ^ h n aU Hunged Far Killing Falher-In-Law LONDON. .) %  the murder of his law, after (gansled ., reprieve had Late last night. Raven's father %  tood that police inD put forinued into morning, without yielding any result bad waited all night %  1 the nat of Mrs Fa> .iluiie. housewife, who organised I petition for Haven's rested to have been signed people. No itiad la 11 foe ihe roukJ of Ins faUu-i-ni-la*. Mr. Leopold Goodman, and found Leopold Goodman and his wife death laM October, ihortb after rattirnUai from i nulling IWMM, whan bSa) vi-ited ILI> All' .slit bad given birth to a son. The prosecution *llc:< With the base ol Ion aerial %  to the K: lean, asking ,.Iter the Home ini some cases, Military Aid programmes for French Indochina. Indonesia, ihe Philippines, Korea in in an %  promote economic recovery and stability in the Far Fast and Suuth Fast Asia, the VVw 1 M -ported to-day. -—i J.,. t v ',p • %  c* lom..: said, •K. (j\il Servants "' %  %  • '" van OUI :;ai;es of iicv.li.pineiit, some of S on! Vl„,. D..,. *ni More raj i -,,,*, rtt-and-ahovel LUSPON. I i ti.p civil seralai pressing for immediate %  • with i %  that the Covernmore to ';. ri %  usually .'' to-day B Pegged %  designed I I %  %  Check To Cnrn m u n hun "The plai. LONDON. Jan. 6. A critical stage has now been reached in the discussion here on the West Indian request for a satisfactory long-term agreement on sugar supplies lo Brii'um Harold Robinson, leader of the West Indian delegation which has bean here since the opening of the Empire sugar talks nearly two months ago, ibid Reuter today: It seems veiy unlikely Indeed that we shall now be able to conclude any satisfactory longrm agreement' with Britain. "If this proves the case, wc .-hall try to fix a price for out field. The tail tilted up and hei k the ground, fell back I position %  .nd some peaaenj happened so fasl thai i i fully realised what hai ; hurled torWard %  %  ri the side .f the runway KM.A. "Antig and dm not le..\. s. .. 7.30 p.m. li N. H Mi GreeceGets New Govt. ATHENS. -Ian. 6. if (ormet %  I'aili.i ment, flew into A i w i ireea 11 •vhlch will iniworn r .i militai • living King Pnui*; mandate to form a earetakti • | -.. i Soansnandei -In-Chlel resignation whl ant of Alc;%  iresign .% %  King Paul and Party leaders m purI lam e nt bad given nu indh.ttitM, of their feelingK towards Theolokis, who said he would dlssol/e l snt Chamber but without when. —Reuter. LONDON, Jan. 6 pRIME MINISTER CLEMENT ATTLEE has secretly "timed* the British General Election —tipped for either February, March or June— political quarters here said today. Sources close to the Government are still silent about election dates, and have no news of any impending development The Labour Daiii. Nereid U U.S. Ship WU1 Brave Chinese Mines HONG KONG. Jan !' %  TinAmerican ihl] ".:n long) i' due leave iu>ng Kong today In ittan.pt lo breai tbn mad Vangjtae oi %  This freighter of the Isbtand laol Line anil bt %  \r eflecttvi neei %  ; ted to have relations with ;, >< •'' %  Shek Regime Eleven of the Flying Arrow crew, who en M-iegated t i hazardous in iff, but an I locally. i .niys ve els. Brooklyn Height' %  un the blockade to SI v 7. —RfUlT ruki.staii miilrimu Larpsl SllgD Pacton In Asiu 1950 crop on the basis of the pre,,',.'' ';!, sent agreement which dennKel, V/i %  tales that the operating factor in p arm \, Itatag prices U world marke'l !" t % n Haawe been granted a U factory long-term agreement wo i^EJ^ were going to ask for £31 Ss a S&K? I ""i tk ^ Ar "' UI I Goddaro, Ml Ml B I'TI ton for our sugar. The present world price If abou: £39 a Ion," i Zui M" he added. The West Indian delegates want a long-term agreement to "give the West 'ndies room for normal expansion" in accordance iUl present' olans for achieving an export of 1,000.000 tons of nigai within the next ten r*tn Rrutei S. Wilcov IMH-ts-SAL.'.AM .Ian. 6 i factory due l Ml Will the biggest m Asia U Rhtii 50,000 Soviet Troops In Lust Germain WASHINGTON, In Prh (Democrat. Illinois) ^aid to-dl that he bad been aejvasad %  %  Russia wa.s iraimng an 50,000 In mam He ^ald thai bis ll canie from .i Herman man. who must regnal mous because or fear ol %  of the rlous* u in the Ea %  u %  new inii Renk,. thai UH Oo*PJ i. announre%  %  i indicate whether any disclosure of timing was expected. The i. et will meet %  d ay. but this is ut %  al meeting unconnected with tbj The Britl .i any i view I abO-IO end ol Febru... —Reuter. North Atlantic %  %  Hank of i %  The factory will be in the north | Mutual weal frontier oodon next dan.— Reuter. Spy Experts Watching Communists %  1 Berlin paper, "Der %  %  %  %  %  Hitler's Intelligence Servn i %  t Ing at Kochnstednt irs v a> In the ill fale.1 Sixth I %  to be a -. I It Matter. Pakistan Will Trade NX ith Coechfl Vntl (Hiinans N %  %  kia din %  —Reuler. aw no reason t < —i:. in,, Iirilain "Myslerv Man" Kerps Mum After Africa Visit SOUTHAMI^TON, Jan. S The War Offices UllltOgj reips toda> ;.i Afiua .ed he has been / Journalists Ordered To Quit Czech oslo vakia PRAGUE. Jan. li. %  | iioslovak Governnieni tias ordari d I ffi larn Rnea *' %  m-frpundents lo leave Hu country at shoit notice. These new expulsion* are regarded here as a plain warning .ha'. Press Security arrangamanti SJnetsjBg the small handful i orraspondestti ing here may be ttgnb They have been told that then permits to stay in Czechoslovakia will not be renewed. In Western Ihplomatu ters, the expulsions were *ith the general and widespread evidence of concerted action in Ih. Peoples Democracies" against Wfl nfluences. —Reuler U.S. May Follow Hrilain %  %  Stab aid eventual] Britain m raccajnistni China' Foot And Mould %  N r s Ih.. Kinl" LYONS. Jan tt Foot and Mouth diaaa l photographed for tht first lime *>> French doctors at the optical usborator) %  aown hen* to-da> A new elactrcoW gave an image of the virus) enlarged BO.000 • % %  Tne virus wa* stated to be Coanmunl %  t—but no.I l/3,000,000th of an inch long. g enter, —teaser, ihe Secret K undciground comAcheson %  orally supposoc the Sena: I of M.I. 5 CommitteiBtelligence D' %  .. -ith Africa when from the liner the Union he met Dr. %  Otaawrven P*>. U.S. Plans Super Atom Bomb NEW YORK. Jan. 6 Prcsidonl Truman is "wcighink plans for a super-atom bomb more SOCIALISTS WANT 'POSITIVE, ANSWER" From Itiiluull PARIS l.-n I Ouy Mo %  raj oi the Krench Socialiai Paxfy, today 11 i;mlt with withdraw.ii ii SocUiliii Miniaten from iht Coeiltiorj Govenunant, it •ived to their claimrnnti i. reprj A .Socialist Party delegation demanded thai the Cost of Living Bonus of 3,000 francs be granted to all workers earning lens than 15.000 francs a month. The Governnieni Banted 3,000 francs bonus exceptional!!' lo lower paid categories only last November The Socialists asked that the bonus should be paid to r Decemoer, and extended I elude agricultural Bta, as ihe BUI re-mDecision Reserved In "PoiftOH Murd.r Africa lation. in tgaaai ; Bssstsaaa Mi Resttm -aid that broad *.i.:oncen with British territories in j Fae-'crs t on pare I (NNE, Jan. fi ecaWon on allowing bail t<, 21 year, oiu Joas Carlos Da Siiva Ramos, wealth) Brazilian nurderlnu tiful young wife Motliqu by giving oison or %  than 1.000 ti'mes as powerful bareirnini any existmg weapon, the Ni %  -n ^^ \ m XTe ma^o ke.5 Uy New. said todi ''''^dn^ vTt^ quoting "highly placed source, in i< £"* j£L>* '£ Washington" —Rruter -Reul manni.t Reuter. Four Executed In Prague PRAGUK. Jan. 6 Four n %  I to death II lay after .tie Supreme Court had Thej w. ,,nd Bohumil Klempt—Renter. MALA YAS REDS MUST GO SINGAPORE. Jan 6. Malcolm MacDonald. Commismutt and shall I until sioner General in SouthAsia, declared In a broadcast I! n Malaya %  is does not i plan for Communist terrorists, who are the spi ulayan peoples cou D the case of any < —Reuter.




Saturday
Fal

January 7



|) China’s Foreign Ministery
| Condemns Britain’s
recognition Of Communists

; LONDON, Jan. 6.

[se CHINESE EMBASSY in London today issued the text

of a statement by Dr. George Yesh, the Chinese National-

ist Foreign Minister, condemning British recognition of the

Communist regime as “opening the gates to the flood of Com-
munist propaganda”.

———<—<$_$___—-** The statement, -which was is-

sued simultaneously in London

and Formosa, viewed “with min-

3 Withhold
Recognition

Of China

phenomenon of Great Britain
rushing to offer recognition to the
puppet Peiping Communist regime
which can lay no valid claim to
either full sovereignty or the vol-
untary support of the great ma-

) jority of the Chinese people.
oi KARACHI, Jan, 6. “That the nation which led the
mee The Canadian Minister for Ex-|world in democratic institutions

ral Affairs Mr. Lester Pear-
nm said on his arrival here to-
hy that he did not expect Canada
recognise Communist China,

should be among the first to have
truck with the representatives of
the totalitarian regime must be a
source of sore disappointment to



Wetil his return from the British|/all believers in China and else-
@eommonwealth Foreign Ministers| where,” the stkhtement added.
| pnference in Colombo about “At a time when Britain is tak-
} pbruary 10. ing all measures to check the in-
: filtration of Communism in her
i ‘I suppose that are United | possessions in Southern Asia, it is |
; els hace: A most strange for her to open the
' Se being” } Sain om gates to the flood of Communist
i le being” he said, F propaganda, for its inevitable con-
; The Norwegian Government sequences must be a cause of be-
4 today understood to be con-|wilderment to millions of His
ring on the question of whether Majesty’s Asiatic subjects.” |
, se >» 5 - :
f recognise the Se eres sai True Friend
ment in China, following re The Chinese Ambassador, Dr.
merts of British recognition. The Cheng Tien-Hsi, said today, “I
H@ecial statement on this matter is| joturally deplore the decision of
erected later to-day. cotati te the British Government not only

as Ambassador of my country, but

as a true friend of Britain.”
The Ambassador told a

Conference, “Such a

Press

McCarthy
| Withdraws
Objections
b Child Custody Hearing | (purist Regime at th

Barbados Advocate Correspondent “It is equivalent to burying us,
; 5 while we are still very much alive

ce eee Jan. 6. | History will say that China has
Ss

history will show.”

“It has been the repeatedly de-
clared policy of the British Gov-
ernment not to intervene in "the
war in China, but what greater

4

giving recognition to the Com-
munist Regime at this moment?”





Wharton, K.C,, leading} received her knockout blow not
junsel for Mr. McCarthy, with-;from her foes but from her
ew all preliminary objections} friends and former allies.”
the legal battle against Mrs, —Reuter,

arthy for custody of their

ter and the hearing of the



' , ‘
meal phase to be decided as io 3 Rescued After | the
geno is fit and proper to have cus-
imey of the child went back to vy ® 4
diners to-day. Shipwreck; Ate
The main objection from
arton was centered around Cockroaches

jurisdiction of the Jamaica
urt. The Supreme Court looked
le a law library to-day as legal
thorities crowded the Bar tavle
Hannays and Wharton argued

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan, 6.

Braving rough seas and high

wind in the first Boca this after- |

Huevas Island and were 84 hours
without food and water.

Four were rescued from a raft
by police, Three others, are be-

T’dad Governor




lieved drowned. Seventy ar- |
; Gets A Rise old Morgan Noel is stated to have |
been dashed against rocks and

AU eo ee EF Ae RCT AAAS

Barbados Advocate Correspondent {killed when the barge he was in | here to-day for the murder of his
Btn | was shipwrecked. |father-in-law, after frenzied
2b ORT -OR-SRAIN, fan. 6. Two, are missing and are be-| efforts to secure a reprieve had
Te Excep : solitary dissent-|,, , Oe “Cle ailed
q ‘ : for the solitary dissen lieved to be drowned. Claude | failed. S ‘ ;
| voice of a senior elected Peter and Rupert Grant. Those Late last night, Raven’s father
oo; Timetny Roodal, the rescued are Looklat, Doorgah, | stated that he had new evidence
iSiative ( ouncil agreed to in- Milton Allen, Benjamin Adams | bearing on the case. S
Ase the Governor's salary 10) and George Bartholomew. The It is understood that police in-

7,800 per annum. The Govern-
formerly got $26,400 per an-
- Roodal stirred imaginations,

latter is said to be in a critical
condition at the Colonial Hospital
of Port-of-Spain.

ten he vehemently said “too! Aj] the men were employees of
7 uch suffering among the la-| tee Lum & Co., and the launch

puring classes, particularly the} and barge towing into Port-of-
ry Bar workers to allow one in-| Spain from Chacachacare were
Vidual to receive all this) wrecked by heavy, seas on Tues-

‘ oney.” Roodal further said that

Governor’s salary would be
pmpatible with the Prime Min-
, @eerer of England.
‘

day.



said that all they had eaten for
84 hours were sea cockroaches.

—(By Cable) —By Cable.









“| U.S. ANTI-COMMUNIS1
” e = A
RECOVERY PLAN
ee .
Drafted For Asiatics
NEW YORK, Jan. 6.
_ The United States is planning a series of economic and,
Mm some cases, Military Aid programmes for French Indo-
China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Korea, and Japan in an
effort to promote economic recovery and stability in the
Far East and South East Asia, the Véw York Times reported
to-day.
as TE 3 —--—-—————---* James Reston, The Times dip-
lomatic correspondent, said,
1 3, “ \ con ; aa
KK T & > These programmes are in vari-
- Civ il Servants {ous stages of development, some of
T > avi en : roved by the
‘ i |}them having been approved b;
Want More Pay White House, others stil] at the
‘ s pick-and-shovel level in the
me LONDON, Jan., 6. | State Department, but they ar¢
Wo thousand top civil ser-| designed as the positive side of the
_ pressing for immediate| President's decision against any |
mary increases today confronted military or naval intervention
aah Government with a| Formosa,
ew threat $ wage stabiliza- ; il
ti nareat to its wage stabiliza Check To Communism
On policy. | h ; rae
: | “The plan, at present, is for
One resuit is that the Govern-|the Secretary of State
enent may ve to pay more to| Acheson to indicate the
Bitract atomic research s¢ ientists | Outlines of these : oe
into Government service, usually|the Senate Foreis Sela ae
Well informed urces here said | Committee next week, the arti-
to-da; jcle continued
But ther: ittle chance of any|_ “This, it unders
Carly cha n the y Aches¢
- has begged 1e { L
mehigher iy heui rad rat
sthe G ‘ ,
Be Policy
it lv
4
, French Indo-China: De
# Reuter i @ on page

gled astonishment and regret the |

; decision, I |
sincerely believe, is against Brit-
ain’s real and higher interests, ‘as

intervention could there be than |

are noon, Alfred Nollineau, launch |
micile law. captain, rescued three ‘boatmen
—(By Cable) | who were shipwrecked off the



One of the survivors, Doorgah, }

96 Miners
Killed In

_ Explosion



In Germany

BERLIN, Jan. 6,

Ninety-six German uranium
miners were killed in an acci-
jdent in a Soviet Zone Uranium
mint at Manfield near Hall on
December 28, the American
| ne paper reported today.

The report, which could not be
j}confirmed from any other source,
|stated that the accident occurred
|}when a piece of burning car-
| bide fell into a box of explosives
jat the pit. The explosion shat-
j|tered one life cage containing 24
miners, and plunged three other









———- PICTURED is the R.M.A. “Antigua” a few minutes

the side of the runway yesterday a

| At Se

British West Indian Airway
ran off the runway yesterday

The ’plane was carrying twer
of three. There were no casu

Sugar Talks

-



‘ages containing 72 miners a
distance

pit shaft. killing. them all,

|. British and American officials,
in Berlin treated the report with
greatest reserve, recalling
|that in the past the Soviet Zone

juranium mines had been the
}source of many sensational re-
iports in west Berlin papers
|which were later found to be
almost entirely without founda-
ion. In November last Berlin

|papers reported up to 2,500 per-

ons killed in one catastrophe.
—Reuter.



Hanged For Killing
| Father-In-Law
LONDON, Jan. 6,

| Daniel Raven, 23, was hanged

quiries into information put for-
ward by the father continued into
the carly morning, without yield-
ing eny result.

Reporters had waited all night
for a statement at the flat of Mrs
Fay Shine, housewife, who organ-
ised a petition for Raven’s re-
prieve, stated to have been signed
by 16,000 people. No statement
was issued.

of 650 yards down the!

Reach a Crisis

LONDON, Jan. 6.
A critical stage has now been
reached in the discussion here on



The West Indian delegates want
a long-term agreement to “give |
the West â„¢ndies room for normal}
expansion” in accordance with
presen’ plans for achieving an}
export of 1,000,000 tons of sugar
within the next ten years.—Reuter



4 Journalists



Raven was tried for the murde
of his father-in-law, Mr. Leopold
Goodman, and found guilty. M.
{Leopold Goodman and his wife
| were found battered to death last
October, shortly after returning
|} from a nursing home, where they
j}and Raven had visited his wife
|} She had given birth to a son.
| The prosecution alleged that the
| killing was done with the base of
jan aluminium television aerial
| Raven’s mother had sent telegrams
jto. the King and Queen, asking
| their intercession after the Home
| Secretary, Mr. J. Chuter Ede, had
| announced he Saw no reason to
grant a reprieve.—Reuter.



| Britain's
_ Man” Keeps Mum

1

“Mystery

After Africa Visit

eae SOUTHAMPTON, Jan. 6





Ordered To Quit
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, Jan. 6.

The Czechoslovak Government
has ordered 4 Western Pres:
Correspondents to leave the|
country at short notice. These
new expulsions are regarded}
here as a plain warning that
Press Security arrangements
affecting the small handful of
Western correspondents remain-
ing here may be tightened.

They have been told that their
permits to stay in Czechoslovakia
will not be renewed,

In Western Diplomatic Quar-;
ters, the expulsions were linked|
with the general and widespread
evidence of concerted action in
the “Peoples Democracies”
against’ Westerners and Western
influences,

—Reuter, |

——_ ——_-—

U.S. Plans Super
Atom Bomb

Burst Tyre Forces
-’Plane Off Runway

No Passengers Hurt: No Panic

her scheduled flight shortly after 5.30 p.m., from Trin

| happened so fast that before the)



3 Violate |
Peace
Treaty

WASHINGTON, Jan. 6.

The State Department announ:-
ed to-day that .Britain, Cana la
}and the United States had mace
} another attempt to press charres
j against Bulgaria, Hungary and
| Rumania of violations of the Bal-
| kan Peace Treaties.
| In similar notes sent yesterday
they requested the three Com-
| munist Controlled States to name

}





GreeceGets
New Govt.

fternoon at Seawell. The nose of





Price:

Wear 533.



HAS FIXED THE DATE

| Election Announcement

Coming Soon

LONDON, Jan. 6

PRIME MINISTER CLEMENT ATTLEE has

secretly “timed’’ the British General Election
—tipped for either February, March or June—
political quarters here said to-day.
Sources close to the Government are still silent
about election dates, and have no news of any im-.
pending development

U.S. Ship Will

Brave Chinese

The Labour Daily Herald to-day
said “It is believed that the Gov-
&inment will make an announce-
ment about the General Election
in’ the next few days”. It did not
indicate whether any disclosure
of timing was expected.



niin cnesencepinicleomcestiagghcapienes lies niiliiceincanirmemacenipeenmicimaâ„¢ ily

| their representatives to Comm's- e The British Cabinet will meet
| sions which according to the peace Mines on Monday, but this is under-
\ treaties were authorised to invcs- stood to be a ae a
| tigate disputes among the signa- gs : unconnected with the election
| tories. : . The on: 1a, 6. The British Liberal Party to-
| The western powers have al- a wee a bag < Pp Aw day called on rs to
4 Arrow (6,214 tons) is due : .
| ready aecused Hungary, Bulgaria leave Hong Kong today in ready for a G i
} and Rumania of violating the temnt te break, turpis ; time afier February 1 “in view
| human rights provisions of the|"" ‘1 oy , Yer ay e" of instructions issued Labouy
| Peace Treaties. The three states| [4 ¥-™ned Yangtse on its agents.”
| have denied the charges.—Reuter, | ‘©, Shanghai. These agents, the Liberal
| This freighter of the Isbrand totenent “eet. hadi heesk tale 4.
| tant Line will be the first to. tes: | SSA'CMeD” Benes ee tL oe he
| the effectiveness. of the Chines) | 2© Teacy [or an eclechon ab tue
state ie ies oft | Nationalist blockade since Britai |CM¢ Of February
|

2@
was reported to —Reuter,
relations with
Shek Regime.

Eleven of
‘rew, who

have sever:

the Chiang K



Flying Arroy
relegated 1

the
were

Spy Experts

t ‘ ; s } nake this hazardous trip, signe
i ATHENS, Jan. 6. ff, but were replaced locally m
} John Theotokis, son of former Another of the Company’s ve ~
i. 1 ; nother o he Company’s t -
Prime Minister George Theotok | els, Brooklyn Heights, is due a ec Lins
| and former Speaker of Parlia-}run the blockade to Shanghai « Y 4
|ment, flew into Athens to-day January 7 ( L >
head a new Greek Governme: —Reuter JOommunis Ss
which will be sworn in to-night

awe l He arrived by special military | BERLIN, Jan. 6.
plane after receiving King Paul’: ~ ee Several former espionage ex-

andate to form a caretaker 50.000 Soviet perts of Hitler’s Supreme Army,



Cabinet to





j tion after he had been summon
to the palace by King Paul and
; 2 rp a Theotokis. Party leaders in par-
AT iT eek eal era omtaoe. liament had given no indication
end some passengers said t wT Ri ee ee Theoto~

BE S, 8a * “| kis, who said he would dissolve
the present Chamber but without

field. The tail tilted up and he:
nose struck the ground, then she

fully realised what happened the}









“Sees The Bird”

LYONS, Jan, 6, |

S. Wilcox, and Miss Jean Field



7 Foot and Mouth disease virus
U.S, May Follow has been photographed for the
r first time by French doctors at
Britain | the optical laboratory of the
Lyons University Medical Faculty,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 it was made known here to-day.
Official circles here said today A new electronic microscope
they expected vhat the United | gave an image of the virus en-
States ould eventually follow! larged 60,000 times.
Britain im recognising China’s The virus was stated to be
Communist Government—but no/} 1/3,000,000th of an inch long.
for some months.—Reuter. —Reuter,



SOCIALISTS WANT
“POSITIVE ANSWER’ |
Bidault



From

PARIS, Jan. 6.

Guy Mollet, Secretary General of the French Socialist Party, |

today threatened Premier Georges Bidault with withdraw-

al of Socialist Ministers from the Coalition Government, it

“a positive answer’ was not received to their claims for ex- |
tension of cost of living bonus grants.

Bidault promised that he would

es : reply
Decision Reserved A Socialist Party delegation de-

6 . : | manded thai the Cost of Living
In Poison Murder | Bonus of 3,000 francs be granted
BAYONNE, Jan. 6

; to all workers earning less than
15,000 frances a month,

The examining Magistrate to- The Government granted the)

night reserved decision on allow-

ing bail to 23 year old Joas Car-

3,000 francs bonus exceptionally |
to lower paid categories only last
















The War Offices “mystery los Da Silva Ramos, wealthy} November. The Socialists asked
nan” Sir Perey Sillitoe, re- Brazilian accused of murdering | that the bonus should be paid for
} turned with sealed lips jtoday 3 NEW YORK, Jan. 6. ,, | his beautiful young wife Monique December, and extended to in-
| fron 6-week visit to Africa President Truman is “weighing”; by giving her arrow poison or} elude agricultural workers and
i e it is belived he has beer | plans for a super-atom bomb more | drugs. The Magistrate was asked | civil servants, as the Bill re-in-
an! investigating underground com-|than 1,000 times as powerful as |to give bail by Maurice Garcon, troducing collective bargaining|
tnisn any existing weapon, the New | Counsel for Ramos. He may NOT} etween employers and workers|
Sir Perey generally supposed| York Daily News said today, |announce a decision for several) y 04 not. yet been finally passed |
o be chicf of MI. 5, the War| quoting “highly placed sources in | days reuter, | by Parliament.—Reuter.
Office Intelligence Department,| Washington —Reuter, a —Reuter, 4."
vould not reveal any details of 7
talks in South Africa when . | Four Executed
“ncctunSe | MALA YAS REDS MUST GO
y Cas | 4 é In Prague
Whil he Union he met Dr,| :
Py Minister, and| SINGAPORE, Jan. 6 nurderer i her PRAGUE, Jan. 6
I MacDonald, Commis- I mer entenced °to death |
t ! n South- ¢ ! € i Prague State Cout i
1A ‘ ni ¢ ‘ 1 October 24 for treason, espionag
tio nj} t srivain recognitior p i ri ial activities were exe-
3y ‘ tories i R does not involve the recently iced pl or ted today after vhe Supreme}
ive the| sl n hostility here to the! voluniary bilisatio ( ike | ¢ irt had rejected their appeals
er w- | ¢ 1ist terrorists, who are the! special effort to eanse thi They were Josef Horéjsi, Kamil
inism ¢ xf the Malayan peoples. | country of its scourge Novotny, Josef Pizak and Bohu-!
—Reuter i the case of any othe Reuter mil Klempt.—Reuter.

many.

came from a German newspape
man,
mous because of fear of reprisal
Mr. Price, on his return from or
month tour of Europe as a membe





see Greece over ry are employed at a new spy school
political crisis, dissolve the pres- Troops in a Germany training t
‘ent Chamber and proclaim ele watch the top officials of the West
fs aircraft R.M.A. “Antigua ons ; I OF ss G . . German Communist Party, the
afternoon, as she landed f1 Generalissimo Alexander Pap - n ast germany Western Berlir paper, “Der
ridad.; 0s, Greek Commander-in-Chiei WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, —s reyes tec night
ity-one passenger id a crew | Withdrew his resignation whi Representative Melvin Prix mith poaneiel _ West rn Allied
alties ’ had precipitated yesterday resig-| (Democrat, Illinois) said to-d: Officials. said Mantiohiae the
‘ nation of the government of Ale that he had bee ised th _ pract :
An eyewitness account was that | ander Diomedes x — a eee eee advisec | entire staff of ») department
; the starboard tyre burst, the plan Ravages a hi Phat cwussia was training an army 3 Hitler’s Intelligence Service, be-
swerved off the runway on to the| akan S resigpa-) 50,000 in the East Zone of Ge lieved to have

been captured by
the Russians in 1945, are instruct-
ing at this school at Kgchnstednt
near Halle.

One of the chief instructors was
| said to bé Colonel Adms, ou former
| Staff Offiger of Field Marshal
Paulus in the ill fated Sixth Army

He said that his informatic

who musi’ remain anony







plane was at a standstill. Articles | eUcauns when, of the House. Armed Service | at Stalingrad, who is now stated
the West Indian request for a iia oh tenn sinha: a ho ote oad — Reuter, Committee, said that there was a: | to be a Senior Official in the Fast
oh teat G eee hurled forward, but as evervone| Tee pene s ae rae Pol ae mam Ministry peo ag re
on § ft supplies to rivain. had their safety belts f; stened. no! Ss Si : e ° 1 ie Eas one oO rermany al any .
Harold Robinson, leader of the} one was thrown from thei! eae Pakistan Building jthat it was rapidly increasing ahs
West Indian delegation which has The ’plane remains temporarily | L “ }100,000, Mr. Price called thi
been here since the opening of} at the side of the runw ee argest Sug mate conservative in viev Jol? :
e é side of the runway | > akist:
the Empire sugar talks nearly The Jamaica’ flight : args st Sugar par ingormation.—Reute. I akistan W ill
two months ago, vold Reuter to-| arrived a few mimutes hefare 1 o| Ny ° r
: ; € a M nutes befor h Tag j x ’ . ‘ ,
~ a seems Saat auaaiienly i R.M.A. “Antigua”. was a: von I ac tory In Asia I ‘cade \W ith Czechs
deec at we shall now be able} and did not leave Seawell ; ; | i °
ane > Bnti nay el Fk ” wee nul DAR-ES-SALAAM, Jan. 6 | f > ‘ :
tert allieaaee with Brit a ‘ree \ Pakistan sugar factor : due North ' Atlantic \ nd Germans
“rf this proves the a ae a ae Passengers \ ho arrived frot tart production this year will be! LONDON, Jan. ¢ 7 es :
shall. try to fix a price for our ers igh rs ery the biggest in Asia, M. Hatim The American Embassy state | sONDON, Jan. 6
, ao aia 5 stink Mr. Pat Fletcher, Mrs. R. Mc; Alavi, a direcvor of the State |to-night that administrative at | Pakistar i egovialer !
9 os er ee | Carthy O’Leary, Miss Elizabeth \c| Bank of Pakistan disclosed in | ranzementa for American partici- } initialled trade greemen v1
atahee that the _ erating Fait in Carthy O'Leary, Mr. E. D. Guin-| speech at Tanga to-day pation in the North Atlantic} West Germany and Czechoslova-
fixing rices . voxta "Travieatt ness, Miss Mary Weston, Count The factory will be in the north|Mutual Assistance Programme,| kia during the past few d
conditiehe i sit “| and Countess A. Orlowski, Miss| west frontier province of Mar-, Will be completed in London next} was learned here lay.
K . __| Ruby Skeete, Mrs. Edn& Taylor,| dan.—Reuter week.—Reuter. { —Reuter.
Had we been granted a satis- | Miss P. Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Skin.| X |
factory long-term agreement We | ner, Miss H. Rollock Mr NY iat | sevidharecenceeariatiianslisiaplacsnmnersinialaneliiaeiipiniaditimermgiinatiandireibin, ~itididbmanatinidniadei
were -going to ask for £31 5s. al Goddard. M a ' 7
dard, Mrs. Joan Thompson,}
ton for our sugar. The present Mr. E. Preacod ve john ae re tr | Foot And Mouth
world price is abou’ £39 a ton, and Mrs. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs
he added. : .

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SAMY ATTY

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Caub Calling

‘. ;
AST night, in the well lit ball-

«room of the Marine Hotel,
thet was a cocktail party given
by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lee in hon-
our. of Mr. S. J. Vos, Chairman
of the Board of Directors of Trini-
dad-Leaseholds Ltd., and Mrs. Vos;
and Maj. Kenneth Gordon, Man-
aging Director of T.L.L., and Mrs.
Gordon.

‘Waiters, all on their toes, served
cocktail savouries and a variety of
drinks, and the ballroom present-
ed.a charming picture of ladies
in Colourful dresses and the gents
in wel+cut suits, Following is a
list of guests invited:-—

His Excellency The Governor and Mrs
Sayage, Mr. and Mrs, G. M. Adams, Mr.
and, Mrs. G. H. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Baring, Prof.
and’ Mrs. C. Beasley, Dr. and Mre
G. Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bannis-
ter,Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Bowring, Mrs.
W. Bowring, Lt. Col. and Mrs. J, Con-
nell, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Cummins, Mr
and Mrs. Peter Campbell, The Hon. and
Mrs. J. D. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs
R. Carrington, The Hon. and Mrs. G. S.
Evelyn, Sir Allan and Lady Collymore.
Mr. and Mrs. A. DeC. Boyce, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Y. Carstairs, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Dowding, Mr. and Mrs. A. 8S. Duncan,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Emtage, Mr. Richard
Emtage, W/Cmdr. and Mrs. L. A. Eggles-
field, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. P. Fitzgerald,
Mr. and Mr. Gilliatt, The Hon, V. C
Gale, M.L.C., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Godd-
ard, The Hon. and Mrs. Frank Hutson,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King, Mr and Mrs.
Vernon Knight, The Hon. and Mrs.
D. G. Leacock, Mr, David Lucie-Smith,
Lady Laicie-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W
Lambert, Mr. and Mrs, R. B. McKenzie,





Mr. and Mrs. W. Morley, Mr. and Mrs.
E MecIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Manning Mr. and Mrs. W. A. C,
Stuart, Col. and Mrs. R. T. Michelin
Mr: and Mrs. A. Maclean, The Hon
Dr..and Mrs. H. G. Massiah, Mr. and
Mrs, J, Niblock, Mrs. E. J. Petrie, Mr
and Mrs. E. Parfett, “Mr. W. H. E
Garrod The Hon. The Right Re;

Bishop Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paton,









The Hon, G. D. L. Pile, M.L.C., Mr
and Mrs. T. N. Peirce, Mr. and Mrs
“. R. Rodger, Mrs. E. S, Robinson, Mr.
and.Mrs. Vernon Smith, Mr. and Mrs
Herbert § y, Dr and Mrs Harold
Skeéte,Mr d Mrs, Bruce Skinner, Miss
Holly Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simp-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sisnett, Sir John
and*Lady Saint, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. St
Jclh, Mr. and Mrs. T. H, H. Wilkin-
son, The Hon. and Mrs, J. H, Wilkin-
son~ Mr, and Mrs. Keith Walcott, Mr

Join Whyatt, K.C., Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Went, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. T. Willian s,
Mrwand Mrs. A. V. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs
Cecil Skeete, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. .I

Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Dowd
gah, Col. and Mrs. Hugh Wilkin, Mr
and. Mrs» A. S. Gryden, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Jones and Mr. and Mrs, D, G. Lea-
cock (jnr.),



MR. §,

chatting

seen with

Count And Countess
Visit Y attractive coupie Count
and Coun 3 A. Orlowski, of
Pittsford Vermont, in Barba-
dos.for two weeks and will be
Staying. at the Hastings Hotel,
The Count was last in Barbados
some ten years ago, but this is his
first visit. They will leave
Lady Rodney” when she

} North

on ner
«>»

Arrived Yesterday

RS. R. McCARTHY

O'LEARY, daughter of the
late William Fogarty, founder of
Messrs. William Fogarty and Co.,
Lid, and her daughter Elizabeth
were arrivals yesterday afternoon
from England via the U.S.A. and
Trinidad. They are here for a
holiday and are guests at the
Marine Hotel. They were met at
the airport by Mr. and Mrs, Jack
Egan,



are

wite
on the
returns way

«>»

«
After Dominica Holiday
R. FRANK COLLYMORE,
Senior Assistant Master of

Combermere School returned from
Dominica on Thursday morning
by the Lady Rodney after spend-
ing a holiday there. He was ac-
companied by his wife and little

daughter.
<>» a:
Congrats
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Payne of

South District, St. George, on the

birth of a son and heir on Wednes-
day.



BRASS BROOM HEADS
60
WHITE SUGARS
60
SLATERS SPRING:
BALANCES
9.00
to clear

and a fine selection of Colourful Potte
MANY OTHER WONDERFUL

Business With Pleasure

M® AND MRS. ERNEST

Taylor have arrived in
Berbados from England, and have
already visived British and Dutch
Guiana, also Trinidad. .

They are combining business
with pleasure and are visiting all
the West Indian Islands.

Mr. Taylor is the Sales Direc-
tor of the firm of Edward Elwell,
Ltd., of Wednesbury, England,
and associate Companies, who are
manufaciurers of specialty tools
for planters. Mr. Taylor is well
known here, but it is Mrs. Tay-
lor’s first visit and she is deligfit-
ed with Barbados and its local
industries. They are svaying at
*Cacrabank.”

“yy

ay
Students Return

"WAR. HUGH PAYNE and Mr.
Edward Cumberbatch, stu-
dents of the Imveria] Colleze of
Tronical Aericulture, returned to
Trinidad by B.W.I.A. vesterdav
after spending whe Christmas
holidays with their relatives.

«» «»

For Customs Talks
ON’BLE A. D. BOYD,
Treasurer of Dominica, was
an arrival from St. Lucia by
B.W.1.A. on Thursday for the
final session of the Customs
Union Commission which will
take place av Hastings House on
Monday. He is staying at the
Hastings Hotel.
«> «>

Cocoa Industry

R. and Mrs. C W. F. Hartley

and their two children who
left here on Thursday by the ‘Gol-
fito’ are going to England for about
six months to continue their holi-
day. They will leave their two
children at school in England be-
fore returning to Malaya, where
Mr, Hartley is in thé Cocoa indus-
try. Mrs, Hartley, who has been
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
D, Lenagan, is a well known figure
on the tennis courts of both Trini-
dad and Barbados,

J. VOS, Chairman of the Board of Directors of T.L.L., second on the left, is
mY. 2B, @,

Macintyre, Ma nager of British
other high officials of T.L.L,

Murtough Guinness’ Cousin
Here

R. EDWARD GUINNESS,

who is a fourth cousin to Mr.
Murtough Guinness of St. James,
arrived yesterday by B.W.LA. for
about three days, A frequent visi-
tor to Barbados he is a retired
Banker and lives in Tobago. He
plans to stay here until the yacht
““Keskedee” with Col. and Mrs.
Vereker on board, arrives in Bar-
bados. They will afterwards visit
Beqguia island, off St .Vinceut ana
then return to Tobago. He is
staying at the Marine Hotel.

Also arriving yesterday was
Mrs. Joan Thompson of Tobago,
who will also be joining the Vere-
kers on this trip,

“Local Composition”

1E Globe Theatre will again

feature the orchestra of
Arnold Meanwell on Sunday night
before the show in half of an hour
of musie and charm, Among the
tunes that will be played is “Re-
member Me” composed by a local
person, Mr. Malcolm Evelyn, a
warder at Glendairy, Music for
this song was arranged by Mr.
Meanwell and the song .vill be put
over by Mr. Reginald Casey, one
of the talent night winners,
Carib understands that Mr. Mean-
well, to show the versatility of his
band, will have the members
changing instruments in between
numbers.

OUT OF THE
BUT WE CAN

Bargains in HARDWAR

HERE THEY

Large
PONY GLASSES
15 for 1.00
JUDGE BRAND
KETTLES
1.00 and 1.50
WHITE JUGS
72

2

a. WHITFIELD'S

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BARGAINS AS WELL

|

Ballet Class Re-opens

AVAME BROMOVA will be}
resuming her Saturday
morning classes voday at the |

Aquatic Club. -

Arrangements are now well in
hand for the display which she
has planned to give in March,
full details of which will be an-
nounced shortly.

Amongst her Christmas maif
from old papils in Barbados,
Madame Bromova heard that
Ann Hayden (the daughter of
our former Director of Education)
continues with her Ballet train- |
ing and is now teaching in Fiji
where she is spending a long va-
cation with her parents; also |
Margaret Anna Wedlake, who
will be remembered _ especial-
ly in Cable & Wireless cir-}
cles, having passed through the
Cone School in London, has
graduaved into the drama, and is
at present stage managing and
playing parts with the Windsor
Repertory Company.

«a» «n
Honeymooners Return _
R. AND SENORA DIAZ

CABELLO have spent their
honeymoon at “Cacrabank,” and
return by air to-day to Maturin,
Venezuela.

Dr. Diaz Cabello is one of vhe
docivors at the new Hospital un-
der the Government scheme.



«“n «a»

Mrs, Doreen Houk from Trini-
dad is on vacation in Barbados
and is also a guest there. Mrs.
Houk works with Esso Standard
Oil Coy., Port-of-Spain.

A Post-Graduate Course

HREE nurses from British

Guiana arrived in England on
the s.s. Cottica last week. They
are Miss C. G. Watson, Miss P.
Callender, and Miss C. B. Bonous,
and they will spend a year in
London doing a_ post-graduate
course at the Royal College Hos-
pital. The course, it is under-
, Stood, is designed to qualify them
‘to be Ward Sisters when they re-
turn home.



Union Oil Company here and two

Comings and Goings

M* PAT FLETCHER, Jockey,
arrived yesterday afternoon
by B.W.LA. after the
Trinidad races.

riding in

” * *

R. and Mrs. Milton B. Taylor

of Minnesota, who have al-
ready spent six weeks in Venezuela
arrived yesterday by B.W.I.A, to
spend about ten days in Barbados.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wilcox,
Americans, also arrived by the
same plane from Venezuela. Mr
Wilcox, is a Consultant to the
Venezuelan Government for his
Company, the Seismograph Service
Corp. Mrs. Wilcox and Mr. Mil-





ton, are sister and brother. They for cord as on sides.
are staying at the Paradise Beach 18. Stitch vhe two 19%4-inch
Club. | Strips together, lengthwise,
& * we overlapping one over the
M* JOHN REID, Representa- | other, then join vhe two short
tive of B. F. Goodrich arrived ends together, right sides fac-
by B.W.LA. yesterday to join his | ing. Press seam open and
wife and daughter whe are already turn to right side; slip the
here. The Reids live in Venezuela lower edge of vhe bag part
He will be here only for about | through the ribbon side base
three days. until the raw edges of the
. * . bag protrude 1% inch below
ADY VIOLET STOW, mother the ribbon side base to bag
of the Administrator of St.' section.
Lucia arrived back in Barbados|4- From vhe remaining dark
by B.W.LA. on Thursday after ribbon cut strips to cover and
spending her Christmas holidays line the base (pattern





with her son in St. Lucia,
> . o
R. and Mrs. Harold Haskell
and daughter returned to]

Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I A.)
Harold is the son of Mr. H. N.|
Haskell, former Headmaster of
Harrison College, and Mrs. Haskell

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RIBBON EVENING BAG

By Penny Wise

MATERIALS:
7% yards of dark corded ribbon,
one



inch wide, 34 yards of
light corded ribbon, one inch
wide. 1 yard of cord to match
dark ribbon. Cardboard for
base. Thread to match.

PATTERN:
Make this from diagram (one
Square = one inch),

CUTTING DIRECTIONS:
Cuv 8 pieces from dark shade
ribbon, 11 inches long, for sides.
Cut 10 pieces from light shade
ribbon, 11 inches long, for sides.
Cut one piece from dark shade
ribbon, 30 inches long, for
handle,
Cut one piece from dark shade

ribbon, 19 inches long, for
handle-lining,

Cut 2 pieces from dark shade
ribbon, 19% inches long, for

side base,
1 Using alternate colours, stitch
4 pieces of dark and 5 pieces |
of light ribbon vogether, |
Overlapping the dark over the
light each time, top-stitch to
within 4% inches of vop, leave
a space of one quarter-inch
(for threading through cord)
and continue stitching to top.
This forms one side, Repeat
with other side
the two sides together
with the handle svrip, over-
lapping the handle over the
light ribbons, top stitch to
within 2% inches of top of
ribbon sides, leaving the space

sec-
tion); fop-siitch the strips of
ribbon together, overlapping
each strip; baste the shape of
the base on the ribbon and
stivch the lower edge of the
bag to the base, right side
together. Turn to right side,
insert cardboard base, and
slip-stiveh base lining in posi,
tion over cardboard.

Turn down the top raw edges
of bag on each side and slip-





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stitch to bag just below space
left for cord; attach handle-
lining strip.

€. Thread cord vhrough bag,
sliding it over the light ribbon
and under the dark (so that
when bag is pulled up only
dark ribbon shows). Make a
small cord fastener, by fold-
ing a 2-inch strip of dark
ribbon in half lenghtwise.

Stitch together the two short | j=
ends, turn to right side, stitch |

dowk the middle, forming
two narrow ribbon loops. |
Thread cord ends through |

ribbon loops, knot vhe cord
ends together, and fray out
ends.



| Sea Monster With

Hair And Tusks

SUEZ, Jan. 6.

A sea monster with tusks like
an elephant’s and covered with
rough hair, has been washed
ashore by heavy seas in the Gulf
of Suez. It is believed to have
collided with the 5,267-ton Nor-
wegian tanker Cornelius Maersk
and been kilied. It is nearly 14
yards long. Local experts say it
belongs to the family of hump-
backed whales,

—Reuter.

———
Fri. to Mon, 8.30 p.m









Across

2. In which waves may rise to great
heights. (7)

. Bird that nas the Navy at
heart. (4)

2
9
U. To return to ner. (5)

1. It 18 the very reverse of sit. €3)
2. You should put this clue ig
4
5.
6
7

front. (3)

Rage of fireworks. (3)
Warning shout. (4)

The aper could provide one. (4)
Girl's name. (4)

» Lend rag, twisted though. (%)
- Molest in disputes, (6)

» Relatives, the kind without
peony, (3)

27. If properly usea they can ease
Matters. (4)

28, This is on the sheltered side. (4)
28. As it's cloudy it gives us no
blue, (8)

Down
1. One’s carriage perhaps. (3-2)
2. Palm oil to relieve an itching
(5) 3. A matter of moment.
4. Bar that may give you a lift.
5. An idle baker evidently. . (6)
@ Thoughts in a this follow eacn
other with bewildering succes
Sion. (5)
- And yellow usually follows. (4)
. Colour. (4) 13. The head. (4)
» Now say goodbye. (5)
Sum in which one makes a
deduction. (5)
0. Riders grip it, birds equip it. (4)
Work 1s mostly done for this. (4)
22. Ladies of what Service? (3)
. Extenda (3)
» The water of France. (3)

Solution of vesterdav's puzzie.— Across
A. November: 10 Enemies; 11, Exert. 12.
Tov, 15. Rarebits: 15. lota: 16. Remit:
17. Guile, 18. Wane; 19, Soda: 20 Nous:
21. Crest: 22, Tusk: 235. Hedge. Down:
1 Negligent Onerous: 3. Vexatious: 4,
Emeralds: 5. Mire: 6 Bet: 7, Estimated:
a. panes: 9. Rovster: 14 Beware: 16.

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ArURDAY, JANUARY 7



Decision
on irmed |

mR Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery yes-

confirmed the decision of)

ip Mr. H. A. Talma,
«} comeiated, reprimanded
harged Leon Bascombe of
Village, St. Michael. Bas-
had been found guilty of
caused a disturbance on
ge Street on November 19.
be said that he went
» Central Police Station to
complaint. A sergeant
he was crazy and he had
», He then said he wanted
n Inspector.
> ; for the prosecution
at he shouted he wanted
n Inspector on more than
icasion while he was on
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lom ent For
efendants

ISION by His Honour
J. H. Hanschell, Judge of
ty Debt Court, in which he
d judgment for Edith
of Howell’s Cross Road, St.

and Charles Squires of

illage, was upheld yester-
Their Honours Mr. G, L.
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery.
and Squires were
with having unlawfully
upon the property of Ger-
Jarke of Howell’s Cross
h September 11, and dam-
me trees. Clarke claimed
ages.
. Gibbons, Land Surveyor,
Court that the tree limbs
e cut off could have hung
property of Edith Holder.
said that some limbs of
es are hanging over her
and she paid Squires to
off.

°

lisconduct :

.
Fined 2/6
nce Holder of Chapel Gap,
thael, was yesterday fined
be paid in seven days or
It serve seven days’ im-
ent. The fine was im-
y Their Honours Mr. G. L.
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery.
onours reversed the decis-
Mr. C. W. Rudder, Police
ate of District “B’” He had
Pd the case against Holder
as charged with having
lucted himself while on

Airport on August 21,

386 Greaves said that one
Knight had been given
ion to enter the terminal
at the Airport on August
mn 20 passengers arrived by
om La Guaira. Holder
ear the building when
was talking to the passen-
d he (Greaves) told him
ack. He afterwards got
at something Knight
d started to quarrel.
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The Executive Committee.



or Quarrelling

ERT HUDSON of Dela-
and was fined 5/- to be
Seven days or in default
days’ imprisonment for
fing along Hall’s Road on
5 and 10/- in 14 days or
imprisonment for resist-
bgt. Holder while in the
bn of his duty by His Wor-
. H. A. Talma yesterday.

D FOR PARKING

parking on Swan Street a
d area Oscar Collymore of
all and Ceon Whitehall
ith fined yesterday by His
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell.
phall was ordered to pay
14 days or 14 days’ im-
lent and Collymore 12/-
costs in 14 days or 14
Aprisonment.



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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Recovery Plan Essential Ingredients Organisation
Mentioned In Stewart Murder Trial

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te recognition was planned for

the New Vietnam State soon
after

the French National
Assembly ratified the agree-
ments making French Indo-
China an independent state

within the French Union. At
the same time, Economic Aid
from the U.S. would probably
be made available to the New
State through the Economic
Compensation Administration.
2.Korea: The administration
would press Congress for
approval of an Economic
Assistance Programme, and
make available a limited num-
ber of arms for Internal
Security, the approval of which
Was given as part of last year’s
Military Assistance Programme.
3. Indonesia: The U.S. would
support an export-import bank
loan to the new United States
(U.S.) of Indonesia, which
might support a World Bank
Loan to assist the New Gov-
ernment to develop its rich
resources. Meanwhile, the In-
donesians were getting some
military aid from the Dutch
to help them maintain internai
order. Some additional arms
might be made available from
the United States.

4. Philippines: No decision
had yet been made to deal
with the flight of capital from
the Philippines, or to give
new economic assistance to the
islands. The problem was being
studied sympathetically, and a
continuation of past economic
programmes might be arranged,
if the Philippines Government
could demonstrate that the
additional aid would be man-
aged more effectively than in
the past.

5. Japan: The economic re-
covery and capital expansion
programme of the Government,
through the occupation funds,
would be continued, and per-
haps expanded in the coming
year, with emphasis on ena-
bling the Japanese to increase
the use of their own resources
to earn more Foreign exchange,

Increased Mutual Aid

“It is emphasised in official
quarters that the administration
is not planning an Asiatic Re-
covery Programme similar to
the European Recovery Pro-
gramme”.

Mr. Reston said: “Efforts are
being made to increase mutual
aid between countries like Japan
and Korea, but there will be no
central organisation trying to
bring together the economics of
this vast region.

“What the Government is try~
ing to do, is to promote recov
ery and stability in the Far East
and South East Asia, in the be-

lief that economic chaos will
encourage a further expansion
of Communism,

“Each country is a_ separate
problem, however, and_ efforts

are being made to use the lim-
ited resources that are likely to
be available to help the situation
as much as possible.

Mr. Reston said that the Assis-
tant Secretary of State for Far
Eastern Affairs, Mr. W. Walton
Butterworth, was going to Bang-
kok for a meeting with Dr. Philip
Jessup, United States Ambassa-
dor at large, and United States
Diplomatic representatives in
South East Asia next month,

After that meeting, the corres-
pondent said, some _ additional
effort would be made to define
American policy in South-east
Asia,

—Reuter.



Cannot Use
German Crew

HAMBURG, Jan. 6.

Mr. Sidney Cotton, describing
himself as a British businessman,
who arrived here on Tuesday in
his luxury yacht manned by Bri-
tons, wanted to take on a German
crew, but has been refused per-
mission by the British authorities.

The British Public Relations
Office, reporting this to-day, said
that the British crew of 8 who
brought out the 300 ton yacht,
“My Evangeline’, from South-
ampton had since flown back to
Britain,

Last night he said that he had
paid off his British crew as he had
heard there were many unem-
ployed seamen in Germany. He
intended to visit the Mediterran-
ean and West Indies as soon as he
got a crew. His doctor had advised
him to take a year’s rest and visit
foreign countries, he said.

—Reuter.

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AT ALL STORES





German Socialists
Want Free Elections

BERLIN, Jan. 6,

The Federal Executive of the
German Social Democratic Party
meeting in Berlin to-day called
for immediate free elections in all
4 sectors of the occupied city.

The Executive, which, under
the chairmanship of Dr. Kurt
Schumacher, had moved from
Hanover for a special meeting in
Berlin, discussed mainly the pol-
itical and economic situation of
Berlin—traditionally a Social
Democratic stronghold, but now
excluded from the West-German
Republic.

The Executive declared that
Western Berlin must be treated in
every way as a member of the
Federal Republic, whether form-
ally incorporated therein, or not.

The Federal Government at
Bonn must, for example, supply
the necessary funds to balance the
Western Berlin Budget, the Execu-
tive said. "

The Executive emphasized pre-
vious statements that the closest,
connection must be obtained with
the Soviet—occupied area of Gere
many, so as to “exercise an im-
portant influence on the decisions
of the Great Powers.”

It repeated also its invitation
to the British Labour Party and
the French Socialist to a common
discussion of Security Measures
required by the Western Allics.

—Reuter.

+



India Selects
Delegate For
Capetown Talks

NEW DELHI, Jan. 6
Aridya Nath Kunzru, a
of the Indian Con-
Assembly has been
_ as the Government
India’s _ representative at
the tripartite talks between
India, Pakistan and South
Africa opening at Capetown on
February 6, the External Affairs
Ministry announced today.

_The talks are to be held to
discuss the possible summoning
of a round table conference on
the Indian question in South
Africa and the subjects to be
considered by such a conference.

Pandit
member
stituent
selected
of

The Indian delegation to the
talks will also include as official
adviser Mr. Devia, joint Secre-
tary of the External Affairs
Ministry, and Mr. R. T. Chari,
Secretary in the Office of the
High Commissioner for India in
South Africa.

Pandit Kunzru who has spec-
ialized in the problem of Indians

overseas is expected to reach
Capetown about February 4,
—Reuter.



Will U.S. Accept

Communist Regime?

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 5.

President Truman’s announce-
ment that the United States would
not send military aid to Formosa
was interpreted at Lake Success
as leaving the United States dele-
gation free to accept the eventual
transfer of China’s seat on the
United Nations Security Council
to the Communist Regime, The
New York Times reported to-day.

The newspaper’s Lake Success
correspondent said that such
action by the Security Council
had long been regarded as inevit-
able, and it was agreed that Bri-
tain’s recognition of the Chinese
People’s Republic would speed up
the progress.

—Reuter.

+ on

No Action

° .

Says Lie

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 6.

Mr. Trygve Lie United Nations
Secretary General announced to+
day that the United Nations
would take no action to accuse
Chinese Communist delegated
until the various United Nations
bodies, had decided the matte

for themselves,
—Reuter,



SARAWAK, Jan. 6,

The two youths, who were
sentenced to death today for the
murder of the British Governor
of Sarawak, pleaded for clem-
eney after hearing the sentence.

The counsel said he would
appeal to the Supreme Court at
Kuching. Statements in evidence
by the two youths accused a
Malayan named Awang Rambli
(now in prison pending an en-
quiry of forming an organisa-
tion called “The thirteen essential
ingredients”) of goading them to
kill the Governor.

Rosli’s statement said, he had
thrown a knife, and did not
know whether it hit the Gov-
ernor or not. Morshedi said that
he had “pretended to take a pic-
ture”, while Rosli attacked the
Governer. He had then followed
and drawn a knife, but was
seized by the police.

A number of men, named in
the statements as members of the
“Essential Ingredients” Organisa-
tion, are in gaol awaiting an

inquiry.
—Reuter.



Jamaican Loans
Pitched Too High

(From Our Own Correspondent).
LONDON, Jan. 6
Underwriters of the Jamaican

Government 3% per cent in-
scribed stock 1968—73 have
been left with 90 per cent of

£2,550,000 stock offered for pub-
lie subscription.

Total amount of the issue was
£3,250,000 of which £700,000 was
placed privately. The city view
is that the loan which is for
agricultural and other develop-
ment in Jamaica was too highly
priced and that “life” of the
stock was five years too long.

Comments the Daily Express
City Editor Frederick Ellis
“Crown Agents who sponsored
the loan were ill-advised to
pitch their terms so sharply”.



Nationalists Build

New Naval Base

HONG KONG, Jan. 6,

Chinese Nationalists have built
a “new naval base” in the Ladrone
Islands off the Pearl river, 48
miles southwest of Hong Kong to
strengthen their blockade off the
China coast.

A British naval spokesman said
that he doubted if any considerable
construction had been carried out,
but it was very likely that the
Nationalists were using the islands
as an anchorage.

Chinese reports from Taipeh
Formosa, cited “Premier Yen Hsi
Shan as saying that the National-
ists were negotiating with’ the
Vietnam authorities for the re-
lease and transfer to Taiwan of
thousands of Chinese troops, who
retreated across the Indo-Chinese
frontier.—Reuter.

DidFinlandHarbour
300 War Criminals?

HELSINKI, Jan. 6.

The moderate Social Democrat
Government here to-day began a
fight for its Political Life while
the Foreign Office was studying
the text of a Russian note accus-
ing Finland of harbouring 300
Soviet war criminals.

The Government faces a fall
when Parliament meets next
Tuesday to debate the wage in-
creases of seven and a half per
cent. The Government has grant-
ed piece-rate to workers and Civil
Servants from February 15.

All the other parties except the
Communists say a Supplementary
Budget of 1,500,000,000 marks
would be necessary this year to
meet the increase in wages alone.

—Reuter.





Three Expelled

BERLIN, Jan. 6.

The East German Liberal Dem-
oeratic Party to-day formally ex-
pelled three members of the
Brandenburg Provincial Parlia-
ment who fled to the West yes-
verday. Simultaneously the Par-
liamentary mandates were with-
drawn from the three.

They belonged to a group of
five who were suspended from
their party offices at vhe end of
December.—Reuter,

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MacArthur
Checks Up

TOKYO, Jan. 6.
General Douglas MacArthur.
Allied Supreme Commander in
Japan, today threatened to take
dfsciplinary action against those
responsible for the release of
matter reportedly contained in
an American State Department
Guide, which was said here to an-

ticipate the fall of Formosa.
An announcement from Mac-
Arthur’s headquarters said that

an official enquiry had been
ordered to fiiid out how the
information fell into the hands
of the Press.

MacArthur knew nothing of
the document until the Press re-
ports appeared, the announce-
ment said.

—Reuter.





. *
Brain Operation
: f. .
May Cure ‘Jackdaw
LONDON, Jan. 6.
A 28-year-old musician describ-
ed by his own counsel as a “pro-
fessional jackdaw who collects
other peoples property” might be
cured of all criminal tendencies
by a brain operation, a London
Court was told to-day. Dr. Ellis
Stungo, psychiatrist, from Harley
Street told the Court that the
man’s personality changed after
he had fractured his skull in 1928
but another change could be
effected by severing certain fibres
in each side of the brain near the
temples.—Reuter.



Ex-Ambassador,

A Lawyer

LONDON, Jan. 6.

Dr. Cheng Tien Hsi, Chinese
Ambassador to Britain until mid-
day to-day when the British Gov-
ernment switched its recognition
to the new Communist Republic,
plans to work as a lawyer here
once he is free of duties.

He has been a judge of the In-
ternational Court of Justice at The
Hague and a Judge of the Chinese
Supreme Court and sat on the
Commission which laid the found-
ation of China’s modern juris-
prudence. “I have always tried
to earn my own living” he told
Reuter to-day.—Reuter.

Pope Pius World
Citizen?

STOCKHOLM, Jan. 6.

The Scanian (South Sweden)
Pagans Society, has written to the
Pope suggesting he become a
world citizen, ‘Millions of catho-
lies would follow your example”
the letter said “and peace on earth
would be established.” Although
we are pagans, wé have a great
respect for you personally and a
great sympathy for the Catholic
Church and its work in different
parts of the world.”—Reuter.





StrikeForJustW ages

ITALY, Jen. 6,

The Palermo Province Tradv
Union Council to-day declared a
province wide one day general
strike for Tuesday to protest
against the “intransigence” of om-
ployers, who “refuse to grant .
just wage.”—Reuter.








BISCUITS



Four Held
In Child

Disappearance

NEW AMSTERDAM, B. G.
(By Mail).

Four persons — two men and
two women have been de-
tained by the New Amsterdam
(Berbice) Police in the suspected
murder of Lillawaitie, 7-year-old
schoolgirl of 57 Stanleytown, who
disappeared on New Year’s night
and whose body was subsequent-
ly found im ag cesspit the follow-
ing morning.

The tragedy it is alleged follow-
ed a “holy spree” at the home of
one Eric Benfield where the girl
was left by her mother Dularie
between noon and 6 p.m. on Sun-
day.

The police were notified at 9.15
p.m. Sunday and a search was
made at the home of Benfield
and another man Jeremiah Fell-

ington on whose premises the
body was found.
Continuing investigations the

Police took into custody on Tues-
day a human skull (an infant’s)
and an altar among other queer
things from the home of the per-
sons detained.

It is believed the child was the
victim of a ceremony in which
she was supposed to be a
‘sacrifice.’

Czechs Protest
To Yugoslavia

PRAGUE, Jan. 6,

The .Czechoslovak Foreign Min-
istry to-day handed a note to
the Yugoslav Embassy protesting
against “the violent attitude”
taken against Czechoslovak citi-
zens in Yugoslavia.

The note said in part: “The
Czechoslovak Government is con-
vinced that when Czechoslovakia’s
citizens ask for re-emigrating (this
is a pretext for Yugoslav officials
to persecute, torture, and arrest
these people.

“All the well-kuown represent-

atives of the Czechs living in
Yugoslavia—active anti-Fascist
fighters in the vears of occupation

—are being persecuted.

The aim of the persecution is to;

prevent these people returning t
their own country,”—Reuter.

Berlin Elections
In October

BERLIN, Jan. 6.
Elections in Eastern Germany
due to be held in October, will be
carried out on the basis of the
manifesto of the national front,

Franz Dahlem of the Socialist
Unity Party’s Political Bureau
told a meeting of Berlin party

officials to-night—Reuter.

Britain Gets
Maize From

Yugoslavia

LONDON, Jan. 6.
Britain is to import 950,000 tons
of maize as well as other food-
stuffs from Yugoslavia in each of
the next five years, it became
known in London to-day.—Reuter,

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Thirty-nine ships from overseas
in the port of Sydney have been
idle since 11 p.m. last night when
all dock workers stopped work on
order from their Union.
About 3,500 dockers have been

on strike for the past 48 hours jj

on the same issue.

The General Secretary of the
Federation, Mr. Healy said that
the Federation’s Federal Council
had decided that, if any ship lefi
Sydney while the dispute con-
tinued, it would not be worked
in any other Australian port.

One ship owner said after to-
day’s talks: “Shipowners are pre-
pared to fight the matter, and let
the law take its full course.”

Shipping is also locked up a
three other ports—Hobart (Tas-
manie) Port Kemla (New South
Wales) and Townsville (Queens-
land) because of disputes on othe
issues.—Reuter.



Investors
Cautious
LONDON, Jan. 6.

Potential investors in
Exchange, hesitant over the pros-
pect of a General Election in the
near future, have applied the
brake to market enterprise and
most operators are content to wait
and see.

Trading today was mainly in
foreign bonds and minings, price
changes showed some irregularity.
Selling of Europeans and Japan-
ese gave the foreign section
qasier trend at the opening
Though prices hardened
closing stages small losses were
widespread. British Government
bonds eased fractionally on dis-
appointment with failure of
pew Jamaica 3% per cent. loan
Leading industrial and oils fol-
lowed the lead of giltedged an
were lower where changed. Rub-
ber shares encountered a small
demand and showed firmness,
Freestaters were again outstand-
ing with strength among kaffirs

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Local buying was followed by
| higher Johannesburg advices.
—Reuter.



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Gil Steps Forward

THE House of Assembly having accepted
amendments made by the Legislative
Council to the Petroleum Rights Bill, it
now reaches the Statute Book. But this is
not the final step before drilling for oil can
begin in Barbados. There are other form-
alities which must be observed and among
these is the granting of mining rights and
prospecting licenses to concerns willing to
operate under the provisions of the act.

This does not necessarily mean that there
is oil in commercial quantities in Barbados
and that its exploration will increase em-
ployment and improve the*economy of the
island, but inasmuch as the British Union
Oil Company, in association with Trinidad
Leaseholds Limited, is willing to expend
considerable sums with a view to exploring
the possibilities of oil in Barbados, the
Government should not hesitate to avail
themselves of the offer.

There should be no delay in taking the
final step and giving the companies willing
to undertake the exploration an early
start. It is still unknown whether the
quantities of oil found will change the
face of Barbados, but having committed
themselves to the policy of vesting oil
rights in the Crown and deciding the por-
tion of the royalties which should go to
the owner of any oil bearing lands, the
Government must be consistent and grant
with the least possible delay mining rights
and prospecting licenses.

In the past history of this island many
laudable schemes have suffered death by
delay, but with the future of sugar uncer-
tain and the need for an improved economy
to support an ever growing population, it
would be the antithesis of good govern-
ment not to entertain immediately the
claims of the concern ready and equipped
for the purpose.

The next step obviously lies with the
Government. Applications for licenses can
now be made and it only remains for the
Governor-in-Executve Committee to grant
them to the concern ready and anxious to
get on with the job.

Many criticisms have been levelled in
the past, and some not without good reason,
that the method of introducing the new
policy in petroleum rights to the public
had contributed to the delay in the passing
of the bill. The bill, too, was subjected to
severe criticisms in a country wide cam-
paign and after a bitter controversy
several changes were made which, it has
been agreed, made the bill a more workable
enactment. The end of the struggle has
come and the question of oil exploration
is likely to reach finality in a short time.

The technical details of spacing wells and
of balancing production has been stressed
by Mr. Lepper in his report but this can
only be done by the experts of the concern
to whom the license is granted.

It is the sign of good statesmanship, and
the House must be complimented on the
wisdom of its action in overlooking consti-
tutional differences with the Legislative
Council and agreeing to the amendments in
the bill. All good government is based on
some system of compromise and if the
House had rejected the amendments it is
likely that some long time would have
passed before oil exploration began in this
island. By adopting the attitude which it
»has, the House has been able to get on the
Statute Book a most controversial piece of
legislation. That is an achievement of which
many people had despaired during the
consideration of the bill by the Legislature.
Now that it has been accomplished it is up
to the Government to give the finishing
touches to the plan.

OUR READERS SAY:
cseseemnteqedatenneatigumsipamemente

More Time Should Be

To the Editor, The Advocate—



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Will Mr. Attlee Step In Or Out ?

The most commonly vold story
about the Prime Minister is short
and simple. “An empty taxi drew
up at 10, Downing-street, and
Mr. Avtlee got out.” Tories and
other riff-raff are inclined to think
this is funny.

Socialists, on the other hand,
are inclined to think it is nov, and
the rgore prominent members of
the Cabinet think it is positively
sad, They are waiving to hear a
quite different story—“An empty
taxi drew up at 10, Downing-
street, and Mr. Attlee gov in.

Stop-gap

FEW people expect-
ed that Mr. Attiee
would last his full
verm of office. After
all, his prominence in
the party came to him
U by accident.. He be-
came deputy leader
only because the rout of 1931 had
left all the really big men fainv

and flat on the stricken field.
He became leader’ because
George Lansbury could not free
‘himself from the conviction that
there was a lot to be said for
Hitler if only people would talk

to him nicely.

The few people who shared this
conviction were Fascists, who did
not think there was anything ai
all to be said for George Lans-
bury, and George finally decided
that leadership was not compat-
ible with a fixed determination
to go in one direction when the
troops were equally devermined
to go the other way.

He resigned, and Mr. Attlee
succeeded him. He was univer-
sally regarded as a stop-gap and
that is what he was, and is. Bu’
the infants who went toddling to
the baby class when Mr. Atiled
began to stop the gap are now
eating buns in the Naafi, and Mr.
Attlee is svill stopping the gap.

Success story

THIS is distinctly
surprising and a num-
ber of Mr, Attlee’s
colleagues are very
distinctly surprised,
They gladly recognised

U that Mr. Attlee had
made a useful Mayor

of Stepney but they did not think
that many people outside of
Svepney would regard this as a
sufficient qualification for wield-
ing dominion over palm and pine.
They were wrong.

It is true that Mr, Attlee has
managed to get rid of quive a
number of palms, but nobody has
managed to get rid of him. He



By Colm Brogan

will remain leader of the Socialist
Party as long as he chooses and
Prime Minister as long as the
people will stand him.

His is a success story that
would have delighted the Victori-
ean moralists. These moralists had
Small use for brilliance or au-
dacity, or any other dazzling
quali’y that might appeal to light-
minded people on the Continent.

The men they held up as ex-
amples to the young were serious,
solid, and plodding characters who
rose slowly and steadily to wealth
and eminence, while their brilliant
rivals shot up like rockets and
came down like Daltons. It was
quiet and single-minded deter-
mination that won the blessing of
Samuel Smiles and his fellow
philosophers. The Hare, as vaey
never tired of pointing out was
beaten in the race by the Tortoise.

It is well seen that vhese
moralists were much averse to
gambling, for, in spite of the
fable, the odds against the Tor-
voise are anything you care to
ask for. The Tortoise only comes
into the betting when there are
several Hares in the race and
they are more concerned with
buvting and boring each other than
they are with taking the lead
themselves. ‘

That is partly the reason why
Mr. Attlee is where he is, bui' not
by any means the whole reason.
Mr. Attlee is not a Tortoise. There
is a great deal more in him than
his dearest comrades wanved to
admit. There are men who lightly
dismissed Mr. Attlee from their
thoughts not long before Mr.
Atvlee dismissed them from their
jobs.

The Prime Minister is by no
means a negligible man. He has
what it takes to hold his place
at the head of the pariy and the
Cabinet. He is a good committee-
man with a cool unruffled ap-
proach that gives his most absurd
decisions vhe air of being well
thought out in a reasonable and
collected manner. He would make
an excellent Prime Minister in
times when there was nothing
particular vo do.

Respected

HIS public manners
are above reproach.
Not only is he cour-
teous to his political
opponents, but he even
manages to be civil to
his polivical friends.
He is popular with his



party in the way that a precise
and painstaking schoolmaster is
popular with his class. They re-
spect him for being fair and
conscientious and deceniiy con-
siderate but they don’t regard him
with the admiration of the
chuckling wonder tha’ more un-
usual characters are able to com-
mand. .

He is accepted as being “all
right.” It is not the highest praise
but iv is something. In fact, it is
a good deal.

Far more important is the effect
that Mr. Attlee has‘had on non-
Socialists. For a long vime, he
sold the Socialist Party to the
middle-class far more successfully
than Mr. Herbert Morrison. Mr.
Morrison may assure the middle
class that he loves them but they
are not convinced that he loves
very much about them except their
votes.

On the oimer hand, Mr. Attlee
is middle-class. If you wanted to
pick one man as the absolutely
typical example of the English
professional class, Mr. Attlee is
the man you would pick.

When he is phovographed among
the “workers” at a party rally:
he iooks slightly out of place or,
rather, as if he was back in his
East End days. The middle-class
did feel for a long time thay they
could not come to much harm
under Mr. Attlee.

Doetrinal zeal

THEY know bettev
now. There jis no
more toval Socialist in
the Government than
the mild-mannered
man who heads it.
There is much more
astuteness and force



in Mr, Atvlee than most people
imagined, but there is also much
more doctrinal zeal. Mr. Attlee’s
party’s policy is 100 per cent.
Socialism and Mr. Atvlee has no
intention of letting us off with
anything less,

Socialism is the public owner-
ship of everything. Thav is the
only sane meaning to attach to
the word, and that is the meaning
Mr. Aitlee attaches,

It is not surprising. The whole
of Socialist philosophy has been
written by middle-class men. The
Socialist revolutionaries who ever
got anywhere except to jail were
nearly all middle-class men.
Socialism is a middle-class de-
lusion and disease.

So, when the empty cab draws

‘up at 10, Downing-street, we must

hope that Mr. Attlee will step in,
nov out.—L.E.S,

LL

CHEERIO!

Bernard Wicksteed Among The Brewers...

EVER THOUGHT of being a
brewer? A jolly old laughing
brewer? There’s a nice blending
of art, science, and good cheer
about brewing. And it is quite
respectable. I met a brewer this
week who went to Eton,

People have been brewing since
vhe dawn of civilisation. The
Ancient Egyptians put beer in the
Pyramids to cheer up their mum-
; mies (and the Anglo-Saxons put
| it in wassail bowls for their dad-
dies),





Those were vhe days when
women ran the brewing trade as
| a Side line! to baking. When the
| beer went wrong, as it often did,

| they put the blame on witches
| OF some pussyfoov goddess.
* Now the industry has been put

on a more rational basis and you
can even go to a university (Bir-

mingham) and take a brewing
| degree (B.Sc. in Industrial Fer-
mentation).

Some day vhe scientist may

know all about the behaviour of
hops, barley, and yeast, but at
the moment there are great gaps
in their knowledge, and vhat is
where art enters in.

Brewing is a job worth consid-
ering for the boy who is interested
in chemistry, physics, engineering,
and bacteriology, but doesn’’ want
to be a specialist at any of them.

Lots of boys like making stink
bombs and yet have no wish to
spend vheir whole lives making
stinks in laboratories.

Chemistry

SOME PEOPLE think that be-
cause the modern brewer has to
be good at chemistry, beer must
be full of chemicals. Well, so it
is. But so are you and so is roast
beef, turkey, and Christmas
puddings,







ne



The chemicals that a brewer
deals in are the chemicals of life,
He has to know why the starch
in barley turns to sugar after the
grain begins to spout. He has
to know how much alcohol
(which is a chemical) he can ex-
pect from the barley sugar (which
is another chemical.)

Above all, he has to be on
familiar terms with yeast. 1
don't know what you think about
yeast. Most people regard it
as something you put in bread
to make it rise and never reflect
that it is a living organism with
hopes and disappointments like
the rest of us.

The individual yeast cell is so
small you can see it only with a
microscope, There are scores of
different kinds, some friendly to
the brewer and some hostile.

One of the greatest perils in
brewing is an attack by wild
yeasts (yeasts, not beasts).

They float about in the air or
lurk in sacks of barley, just wait-
ing for a nice brew of beer to
spoil,

Pedigree Yeast

CULTIVATED and = genteel
yeasts are the brewer's best
friends. Without them he couldn’t
make beer at all. So he looks after
them iike a mother, nursing





Teday’s Thought

IDEALITY is only the
avant-courier of the mind, and
where that, in a healthy and
normal state goes, I hold it to
be a prophecy that realization —
can follow.

—HORACE MANN,

them in sickness, protecting them
from draughts, and pampering
their little appetites.

Some brewers keep the same
strain going for generations, like
a dynasty of kings. One British
firm has kept its strain pure for
40 years, and some of the larger
yeasts on the Continent can trace
their unsullied ancestry pack for
nearly a century,

Brewers work in watches or
shifts, like the officers of a ship
seeing that ali goes well with
their yeast. And, like sailors,
keep a look out for a change in
the weather.

They dread. a thunderstorm
because that seems to upset their
tiny friends. So does hot weather.

brewer must have good
taste. So student and under-
graduate brewers go round the
pubs sampling the beer as part
of their homework.

Getting There

BREWING is a rather exclu-
sive profession, There are about
450 breweries in the country and
1,400 qualified brewers to run
them. Forty or 50 jobs fall vacant
each year.

You start at about £400 a year
and can make up to £1,500 as an
under brewer, As a head brewer
there’s almost no limit to what
you can get. y

Until recently the only way you
could become a brewer was to be
arlicled at £100 a year for two
years to another brewer and then
do a further year with a firm of
analytical chemists,

Now you can learn a lot of the
work in college at Birmingham,
Edinburgh or Manchester,

Well cheerio,

LES.



Sir,—Please allow me to public-
ly express my warm a preciation
of the manner in which the nom-
ination of Vestry candidates was
carried on, on Monday last at the
St. Thomas Boys’ School.

One special point of interest and
worthy of mention was the pro-
duction of some important Paro-
chial Records by Mr. K, Sandiford
(Churchwarden) from which he
quoted in easy style and charac-
teristic manner instructive facts
and figures which I feel sure, must
result in an intelligent under-
standing of Parochial administra-
tion as related to this Parish.

Many vital questions were pro-
pounded and discussions reached
and were maintained at a surpris-
ingly high level which to me is in-
dicative of the steadily growing
interest that is being taken in
Parochial affairs.

A friend expressing his sense of
Satisfaction remarked: “Nomina-
tion day should be set aside as a
public holiday when both electors
and candidates would meet on
common grounds and have the
Opportunity of discussing prob-
lems and exchanging views and

opinions on matters of public in-
terest.” My friend went further
and seemed to visualise the poss-
ible necessity for adjourning for
luncheon and, if necessary, din-
ner, at these nomination meetings
In order to escape the hurried
method adopted and also to allow
for a more balanced judgment to
be formed of candidates offering
themselves for election.

This feeling, no doubt, emerges
from the fact that many a candi-
date, grappling for time, often
finds merely enough left him to
Say, “Thank you for nominating
me: and if you would come down
to the poll on Monday next and
record your vote in my favour I
shall do my best to serve» you"—
this Senerally without any ex.
pressed views or stated policy

M. H. SEALV

Yalking in the Assembly
To the Editor, The Advocate

Sir,—There was in fact quite an
amusing article the other day ur
der the caption “ The Carpir
Critic” written by C. G chastising
his good friend Geor ge for his
Just and uncalled for attac k
Government,

un-
or
I can quite under.

stand his feelings in the matter,
which is further intensified
through the waste of money at the
club that could better have been
spent, given as a further subscrip-
tion to the Hurricane Relief Fund.
However this reminds me of the
experience gained when one at-
tends a meeting of the House of
Assembly. Of course Mr. Lee
Wade has some time ago given us
some idea of what takes place and
I do not propose to go into the de-
tail of a day’s work in the House
of Assembly, but it is worth stop-
ping for a moment to ask what are
the functions that the House ought
to perform, because I cannot help
feeling that there is a good deal
of misconception on this point, As
I see it, the main function is to re-
present what you or I, or thous-
ands of other people in this coun-
try, are thinking about the vari-
ous subjects brought before the
House, and so far as I am con-
cerned, I am astonished how well
functi Is performed, be-
use I very rarely read a debate
Which I am

finding that
not necessarily
who is supposed_to
hag expressed my

i ‘
Nat



h a subject with
famaliar without
someone, though
the member
represent me,



point of view. But of course, if I
am right and the proper function
of the House is to reflect diverse others,
points of view, it follows that that
hy talking. So that the complaint
which is frequently heard nowa-
days, of the waste of time in-
volved in the House talking so
much, is really a complaint not
against the House in particular but
against representative institutions
in general, Although it is Pposs-
ible, under some forms of govern-
ment, to find an elected chamber
so unanimous that one member can
voice the opinion of all the rest
of ‘his colleagues, I do not think
anyone would claim that such an

ssembly represented every shade
of opinion in that country, So it
is important to realise that talk-
ing is an essential function of a
House of Assembly and that if
you do not want to have talk then
you cannot have a House.

A couple of mornings ago while
attending one of tke Vestry Hust-
ings for the nomination of candi-
dates, the electorate were asked
to make every effort to write
to the press Setting out their
views in any form or fashion. Be
& carping critic like Bertie’s friend

opinion that

quarters,

Indies are a

to

|



SAS operas ee a

Given For Nomination Day Proceedings 4

and whatever is expressed inade-
quately can be elaborated on by
Finally I am sure that in

the long run every section of the
function can only be carried out electorate will be represented.

British Council And

Robert Adams
77m or, a Advocate,
» — That Ro! = 40) :

cused the ‘British "ene ‘tp tail what I think the British Coun-
service is not to be lightly looked
upon. To many in the West In-
dies it is an already deep seated
the British Council
4s presenting an undue amount of
the British way of living to these
q From its attitude one
is apt to think that the West
totally uncultured
people without art or beauty; and
are to be taught from scratch. It
is this almost embarrassing be-

Sf ocienreeenereectesiemnsinssined,

Sa

@ LETTERS which are signed with a

accompanied by the customary bona fides,

Many such reagh the Editor's desk each we

are again reminded of the necessity for th

known to the Editor,
assurance of good faith.



; Canada Needs People
|
|



y H. Dent Hodgson =|
" OTTAWA (By Mal). |
’s sources of immigration are .
Pes ret en was shown during eee
immigration figures dwindled — _
post-war peak of more than 125,000 to :
officials estimate will be 90,000 this ont
The decrease indicated too that the nes
Year will see an early revision of the pres =
restriction on immigration, probably in oe
junction with the setting-up of the ey :
partment of Citizenship and eer ae
provided for by ee oe: a
i mcluded in December. :
se Without some widening of present restric-
tions, a further decrease in Ragen ye ed
might be expected in 1950. Main reason i
the drop in 1949 figures is a pares 2
immigrants from the British Isles. In ie
first nine months of 1949, the influx from t -
source dropped 47 per cent. to 18,285 on
pared with 34,588 in the similar period o
vith the drastic devaluation of oo
Kingdom currency, this oe be expected |
rop still further next year.
T Siecaarhice fewer displaced persons can |
definitely be expected. Exact number of per-
sons left in the camps in Europe is not beng
but it is estimated at 600,000. About 150,00
of these would be eligibie for entry to Can-
nder present policies.
ai ost of the DPs left in the camps are the
“hard core,’ a term used to describe those |
persons who because of age, disease or fail-
ing health, are not considered desirable as
immigrants. r a
Thus the sources of new Canadian citizens
are disappearing, despite the fact that there
are still many people in many parts of the
world who dream of coming to Canada, and
despite widespread suggestion in Canada



that this country could support a population
many times her present 14,000,000. _
Agriculture Minister J. G. Gardiner has
suggested that Canada should have a popula-
tion of 50,000,000. ae. last an
campaign, George Drew, Progressive Con-
setters leader, suggested that 100,000,000
should be the aim.
Proponents of a large population do not
suggest that it can be done overnight. But
a gradually-increasing number of immigrants
could be absorbed each year. Thus, if Can-
ada could assimilate 125,000 in 1948, she
might take 175,000 in 1949; 250,000 in 1950,
and so on. ; . ate
Instead of this happening, immigration in
the first nine months of 1949 decreased 16.5
per cent. With the outlook for 1950 still
dimmer, new policies can ‘be expected.
Present regulations admit farmers from \
most countries with a minimum of questions
asked; near relatives of persons already in
Canada; and persons from the United King-
dom, Ireland and France with practically no
restriction. In addition, specific groups
which may from time to time be needed in
industry, such as bushworkers and domes-
tics, have been admitted.—(C.P.)

Britain Faces Water
Shortage

By Don Gilbert

LONDON (By Mail)

Despite her abundant rainfall, Britain will
be faced with a water famine within twenty
years unless a way can be found to cut its
use or build more reservoirs quickly.

A growing population and wider public
liking for modern plumbing are outpacing
construction of new storage facilities. Use
of water has increased 30 per cent. in ten
years and already some communities are un-
able to satisfy all demands,

Industry and agriculture are competing
with the domestic user for more water, So
fast is consumption of the wet stuff soaring
that engineer estimated demand in 1970 will
be double what it was when the second
world war began,

The war interrupted expansion of the
reservoir system. Now shortages of labour
and materials make difficult the launching
of a programme big enough to ensure ade-
quate supplies at the current rate of increase
In consumption.

The average Briton is using fifty gallons
a day. That is modest compared with some
western standards. Water-short New York-
ers, for instance, use an average of 110 gal-
lons a day in their homes, |

A committee of experts designated by the
Ministry of Health to look into the problem !
found elimination of wastage at from three
to ten gallons per capita daily.

The experts rejected metering of water as
too expensive. Instead they recommended
an intensive public relations campaign to
win the co-operation of consumers. It urged
more research into means of detecting under-
ground wastage and suggested industry re-
use wherever possible.

The report also mentioned loss of water
through leaky faucets, the running of water
into the drain until it comes hot, and con-
tinued use of automatic flushing Systems in

factories and offices during Sund
holidays.—(C.P.) ane Pe



haviour which hinders many from
taking the valuable and sometimes
necessary advantages offered,














C.G. G. push from where they are, in-

stead of an overdose of construc.
tive criticism, many more would

hover under the outstretched
wings of the British Council,
I do not

propose to give in de-

cil should do, but if they would
give the aspirant a helping hand,
then steer him towards the Eu-
ropean way — which certainly is
beautiful — their efforts would be
more effective than attempting to
start him from scratch, This
perhaps is the bone of contention
between Robert Adams and the
British Council, and should be
avoided in Barbados,

nori-de-plunie, but un
will be ignored
ek, and readers
€ writer's name
not for publication, but as an

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LOCAL NEWS



TOP—10 a.m. yesterday these people queued for kerosene at Shell Service Station, Eagle Hall. ,
BOTTOM—3 p.m. yesterday they were still queuing outside Messrs Cole & Co., Garage, Bay Street.

“Gascogne” Brings
Fruit And Horses

“Athel Ruby” Calls
At Bridgetown

THE 2,68l-ton (net) French
S.S. “Gascogne” returned to Bar-
bados on Thursday night at 7
o'clock from French Guiana via
Trinidad.

Along with 20 passengers from
Trinidad, this vessel brought 33
tons of cargo which included 320
cases of prunes, oranges, other
fruit, derby oats and ink.

Eleven race horses which took

ABOUT 1,15 p.m, yesterday,
molasses tanker “Athel Ruby”
called at Bridgetown from British
Guiana.

The “Athel Ruby” will load
here approximately 126,000 gal-
lons of vacuum pan molasses for
Trinidad.

It did not take its berth in the
inner basin of the Careenage be-
fore late yesterday afternoon.

Messrs, H. Jason Jones & Co.,
Ltd., are local agents,

‘Leander’ Back Here

LUXURY AUXILIARY ketch
Leander, owned and _ skippered

part in the recent Trinidad races
were brought back on this ship.
Owners of these horses are Hon.
J.D. Chandler, Mr. Victor Chase,
Mr. Stewart Massiah and Mr.
A. P. Cox. .

The “Gascogne”’ remained in
port until about 2.30 a.m. yester-







day and then sailed for England
via Martinique and Guadeloupe.
It took out three passengers.
Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.,
are agents.

“Gloria May”
13 Days Overdue



THE 99-ton Schooner “Gloria |

May” under Captain Graham is
now about 13 days overdue,

It was since December 24 that
this vessel sailed from British
Guiana for Barbados and it was
scheduled to reach Bridgetown
within three of four days.

The Schooner Owners’ Associ-
ation, vessels’s agents here, said
yesterday that they had got no
information leading to its loca-
tion,

by Mrs. K. Bernard, returned to
Barbados from the Grenadines
yesterday.

The Leander sailed from here
shortly before Christmas for
Trinidad where Mrs. Bernard
was to meet her husband who
had flown over from U.K, Before
leaving for Trinidad, Mrs. Bern-
ard told the “Advocate” that she
intended coming back to Barba-
dos for the New Year.

Sees.



ON DRY DOCK

! ON dry dock with Schooner
“Marion Belle Wolfe” is the 87-
ton Schooner “Philip H. David-
son.” This is the second schooncr
taken off the British Guiana—
Barbados run for a short while
for docking.

Both these schooners are to
;come off dock some time neat
week,



In Carlisle Bay

Mr. George C. Holder, Mr. Fitz Herbert

IN PORT—Yawl Potick, Sch. Laudal-
pha; Sch. Manuata, Sc). Philip H.
Davidson, Yacht Maya, M.V,. Daerwood,
Yaw! Stortebecker, Sch. Sunshine R., Sch.
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Alexandrina R.,
Sch, Frances W. Smith, M.V. Blue Star,
Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch. Marion Belle
Wolfe; Sch. Emanuel C, Gordon; Sch.
Reginald N. Wallace; Sch. Mandalay II;
Sch. Marea Henrietta; Swedish Barquen-
tine Sunbeam, S.S, Interpreter, S.S.
Philosopher.

ARRIVALS

Auxiliary Ketch Leander, 43 tons net,
Capt. Mr. K. Bernard, from the Grena-
dines.

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.
Lonsdale, from British Guiana; Agents:
H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.

French S.S, Gascogne, 2,681 tons net,
Capt. Pringet, from Trinidad; Agents:
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

Passengers arriving by this vessel
from Trinidad were:— Mr. Edgar Cross-
ley, Mrs. Emma Talbot, Mr. Gabriel G.
Yvonnet, Mr. Lester Wilkinson, Mr. Sei-
ford B. Downes, Mr. Gasper Grant, Mr.
Oscar A, Padmore, Mr. Griggy Holder,

Alleyne, Mr. Olywn Taylor, Mr. St.
Clair Webster, Mr. Filiot Herton, Mr.
David McCanley, Mr. Gordon Blackman,
Mr. Clarence Alleyne, Mr. Oliver King,
Miss Joan H. Hellyer.
DEPARTURES

S.S. Golfito, 4,505 tons net,
Throburn, for Southampton; Agents;
Wilkinson & Haynes & Co., Ltd.

Leaving by this vessel for Southamp-|
ton were:— Mr. N. H. Bragge, Mrs. N.
H. Bragge, Master C. W. Bragge, Mrs.
c. V. D. Hadley, Mr. J. C. Harper,
Mrs. M. Hartley, Mr. C. W. F. Hartley,
Miss D. Hartley, Miss M. Hartley, Mr.
George E. Sharpe, Mr. W. Underhill, Mr.
John Underhill, Mr, David Underhill,
Mr. J. H. Young.

$.S. Gascogne, 2,681 tons net, Capt.
Prigent, for England via Martinique and
Guadeloupe; Agents: R. M. Jones & Co.,
Ltd.
Leaving by this vessel for Martinique

Capt

lf

—ei

| Kerosene

Oil Short

THERE is an island-wide short-
age of kerosene oil and from early
morning yesterday until after five
p.m. there were queues of people
at the several Service Stations
with their containers hoping to get
a small supply of the now precious
fuel. Cyclists with their contain-
ers were seen riding around in
the search too. 5

This shortage should be re-
lieved soon, however, when the
oil tanker “Rufina” which should
have arrived here some days ago
with supplies, comes from Trini-
dad.

The Advocate learnt yesterday
afternoon that the “Rufina”’ had
left Trinidad yesterday at noon
and is due sometime today or to-
morrow.

Mr. A. J. Hunte of General
Traders Ltd. representatives of the
Shell Oil Company for kerosene
oil, told the “Advocate” yesterday
that the shortage experienced for
the past few days was due to the
tanker not having arrived last
week as was expected, and the
abnormal demand of the fuel dur-
ing the festive season,

The tanker which was to have
come about December 29 should
be here today or tomorrow, he
said, and then he had no doubt
that the situation would be nor-
mal again.

Mr. M. Seale of Messrs R. M.
Jones & Co. Ltd., agents for the
Esso Oil Company, had a similar
story totell. “If the tanker comes
today or tomorrow,” he said, “de-
liveries by the agents to the vari-
ous business houses should not be
later than on Ylonday, and there-
ore there is hardly any immediate
likelihood of the situation becom-
ing acute.”

Fort Royal Garage Ltd. is one of
the places being besieged by
householders in an effort to secure
a little of the fuel. “From last
Saturday there has been a rush for
oil and we have been quite un-
able to cope with the demand,”
said Mr. V. Bayley in-charge of
the particular department con-
cerned.

“Tt takes just a couple of hours
for our daily quota to be ex-
hausted.”

He felt that a serious state of
affairs would develop should the
or become acute,

cyclist carrying a half gallon
bottle of the fuel had been Soap
ing the town, he said, and had
taken some hours before succeed-
ing in getting any.



would certainly have had to an-

noy my neighbours tonight had I

not got this,” he pointed out,
Another man with an oil ce

had left home since 9 vi

o'clock in



wer:— Miss Juilenne Penavere, Mrs
Marie Pamphile.
FOR GUADELOUPE....

Mr, Thomas R, Hovell.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

CABLE and Wireless (W.I.)

advise that they can now communicate

with the following ships through their
dos Coast Station:—

8.S. Brazil, S.S. Fylgia, S.S. Gas-
cogne, S.S. Dewdale, S.S. Benny, S.S.
Brajara, S.S. Raxgitata, S.S. Celestial,
S.S. Alcoa Patriot, S.S. Brazil, $.S.
Pioneer Gem, §.S. Mormactern, S.S.
Esito, S.S. Strix, S.S. Norse Mountain,
S.S. Esso Aruba, S.S. Amica, S.S.
Papanui, S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, $.S. Cor-

ltd.

S$.S. P. and T, Seafearer, S.S.
Katy, S.S. Samuel C. Loveland, S.S.
Rufina, S.S. Specialist, 58.8. Esso
France, 8.8. Adelaide, S.S. Demost-
henes, S.S. Lady Rodney, S.S. Bralanta,
&,S. Norness, §.S. Denis, S.S. Riogrande,
§.S. Pacific Importer, §S.S. Sundial
S.S. Mercator, S.S. Imperial, Que-
bec, S.S. Lake Traverse, S.S. Campero,
S.S. Nidardal, S.S. Nueva Andalucia,
S.S. Cavina, §S.S. Gloxina, §.S. Fort
Amherst,

rintes,





ARRIVALS — BY B.W.I.A.L.
From Trinidad:
Joan Mardall,
Kenneth Gordon
Simeon Vos,
Seon Crawfo:

George Mardall, Major
. Winifred Gordon,
Dorothy Vos, Hans Kugler,
rd, Rose Reefer, _ Betty
Reefer, Consuele Goddard, Consuelo
Gonzalez, Nicholas Gaffney, Wedney
Gaffney, Nicholet Gaffney, Mary Gaffney,
Peter Gaffney, William Whicham, Ray-
mond Pearsons, Cladys Pearsons, Jessie
Taylor, Oliver Taylor, John Taylor, Jr.
John Taylor, Ernest’ Thurman, Cecil
Isaac, Harrieta Rayward, Oliver Ray-
ward, Conrad Wooding, L. Friedmann.
From St. Lucia,

The Weather

TODAY;



Sun sises 6.18 a.m
Sun Sets: 5.52 p.
Moor oe



Jean Edghill, Alexander Boyd, Violet |

Stow, Seon
Joseph Lewis.
DEPARTURES — BY B.W.LA.L
For Trinidad.

Mr. Carlos Schmeichler, Mr. Jess Hall,
Mr. McDonald Rivas, Mr. Jack King, Mr
Shelby Smith, Mrs. Ida Stewart. Mr.

Crawford, Oscar Byrne,

Roderick Stewart, Miss Julia Hillhouse, |

Miss Gladys Ridinger, Miss Freda Wag-
ner, Mr. Clyde Medford, Miss Patricia
Haskell, Mrs. Kathleen Haskell, Mr
Harold Haskell, Mr. Victor Etienne, Miss



Mary Francis, Mr. Arthur McKinstry,
Mrs. Elinor McKinstry, Mstr. David Mc
Kinstry, Miss Diana McKinstry, Mr
Hugh Payne, Mstr. Leroy Alexander,
Mr. LeéRoy Alexander, Mrs Gladys
Alexander, Mrs Joan Marsh Mstr
Jol Math, Mstr. Ian Marsh, Miss Wil-
ma Driscoll, Mrs. Frances Appleby, Mr
David Appleb: Mrs Rosina Maughn
Mz Mr Edward

Richard Marshal
Cc erbatch



What’s on Today



the morning and afer four rs
had failed to secure ely
seemed disconsolate when he
said, “I am hungry but I ire not
return home until I get some oil
there is none there.” ;

Steel Shed Packed
At B.L.P. Meeting

IN SPITE of the rain the Steel
Shed at Queen’s Park was packed
to capacity last night when Mr.
G. H. Adams, President of the
Barbados Labour Party and other
members of the Party made light
of the efforts of the Electors’
Association to form a union so as
to weaken the Barbados Labour
Party.

Speakers also reviewed the
work that the Party has done in
the House during last year, and
promised greater efforts this year.
Mr, Adams prophesic¥®that when
the Party came to address them
next year Ministerial Status would
be a reality. He prophesied too,
| that the Labour Party would» be
returned in England whenever the
| next Election was held there.

Mr. T. W. Miller was present at
the meeting and he appealed for







“My lamps are all empty and I |

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Two Wills
Admitted
To Probate





HIS Honour the Chief Judge, |
Sir Allan Collymore, granted three |
petitions for Letters of Adminis-}

admitted the wills of|

tration, and

at
Court

probate
of the



yes-
} of
Ordinary.

The first petition was that of
Cleo Clementina Greaves of St
Simon’s, St. Andrew, for Letters
of Administration to the estate of
her deceased husband, Charles
Lydford Greaves, late of Sion Hill,
St. James.

Petitioner was represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C. instructed
by Mr. L. &. R. Gill of Messrs
Cottle Catford & Co.

Second petition was that of
Lionel Fitz-Clarence Edwards of
New York, U.S.A., but residing
at Spooner’s Hill, St.. Michael. for
Letters of Administration with

, Will annexed to the estate of his

: late

| Will Be Withdrawn

|
|



support at the election for St. |}
Michael’s Vestry next Monday. |
| All other speakers back Mr. }
} Miller’s candidature.
| Mr. Adams said that so far they
{had introduced m ires with
trying to curtail
Legislative ¢
possessed He wal
| that if the members of the Cour
cil tried to hamper progre he®&
| powers would, be so curtailed tl
}they would really be €

tan ) t ist t

father Jonathan Augustus
Edwards late of Crab Hill, St.
Lucy. The will was admitted te
probate on November 4, 1949.

Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C.. in-
Structed by Mr. D, A. Banfield of
Messrs. Hutchinson and Banfield
represented the petitioner.

Last petition granted was that
filed by Etheline Marie Gill of
Church Street, St. Peter, for Letters
of Administration to the estate of
her deceased husband, Therolc
Clairmonte Gill, late of St. Peter.

Counsel for the petitioner was
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed by
Mr. D. A. Banfield,

The wills admitted to probate





ee

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Le
To Drill

NOW thet the Oil Bill has been passed by the Legisla-

ture, Trinidad Leaseholds

cession * drill for oil in Barbados, Mr. Simon J. Vos, Chair-

man ci the company with he

told the “Advocate” yesterday.

It Was 68.5:

Br-rr-rr! Everyone has been
complaining against an unusually
cold January. Warm blankets
have been pressed into. service.
The temperature dropped as low
as 68.5F, this week. The maxi-
mum temperature recorded at the
Government Experimental Station
at Codrington was 80 F. and the
minimum 68.5 and at Claybury
Plantation, St. John, it dropped as
low as 69 F.

On Thursday the maximum was
83.5 F. and the minimum 74.5 F.
Wednesday was cooler in the day
—83.5 F, but warmer in the night
—i74.5 F. The coolest day was
Thursday when 85.5 F. was re-
corded in the day and 69.5 at night.

Rain added to the general dis-
comfort on Thursday morning.
Bissex Police sub-station recorded
1 inch and 20 parts, District “C”
1 inch and 18 parts, District “A”
50 parts, District “B” 69 parts,
District “D” 72 parts, District “E”
70 parts, Holetown 88 parts and
Four Roads 93 parts.



Farmers Suffer





aseholds Want |



For Oil

Ltd. will apply for the con-
adquarters in London, England

Mr. Vos came in on Thursdoy
evening by B.W.I1.A. from Trini-



PAGE FIVE








was among the first to devel
the theory of valency, wh
explains how the atoms Ww



dad after spending about a fort-
night in that colony. He was
accompanied by Major Kenneth
Garddn, Managing Director ct
T.L.L. London, Mr. George
Mardall, General Manager of the
company in Trinidad and Dr. H.
Kugler, the company’s consulving
geologist from Trinidad. They are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
and will be leaving to-day.

Mr. Vos said that they were
hoping the local Government
would favour them and shoud
they receive authority to driil,
they would move in their equip-
ment within a matter of a few

weeks,
The Only Way

Asked about the possibilities of
finding oi] here, he said that the
only way to find out was by drill-
ing and his company in conjunc-
tion with the British Union Oil
Company was prepared, if accept-
ed, to taking the capital risk in
doing so.

Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. are
the largest British Oil Company
in the British Empire and the
leading Oi] Company in Trinidad
and they also had markets in
several parts of the world. They
had been a very successful com-





constitute all matter are









growth of chemistry. With
Norman Lockyer, British
astronomer, Frankland discovered
fite existence of helium in the sun. In addition, he was one of the leading authorities on
water supply, and instituted a system for the periodic examination of water for bacteria
which brought him widespread renown. ;
Born in Churchtown, Lancashire, in 1825, Frankland was apprenticed to a druggist
in Lancaster until he went to London at the age of twenty to study chemistry. In 1851
he was appointed professor of chemistry at Owens College, Manchester. Returning to
London in 1857, he held appointments at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, The Royal Institution
and The Royal School of Mines. He was President of the Chemical
Society from 1871-3, and of the Institute of Chemistry from 1877-80.
The Royal Society awarded him its highest honour—the Copley Medal—
in 1894. Frankland was knighted in 1897, five years before his death,







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were those of Frederick William From Rains , pany for many years and WEE iN. | Y99S9SS$S995599S9599999959S999985959999995 95599 09%
Nightingale and Louise Daw, both pikes the forefront of the leading oil.|$ Y
late of Christ Church. RAIN fell heavily at District F| companies in regard to modern|% ‘
=a and District C on Thursday night] practice connected with drilling | @ LADIES ane %
eT When 1 inch and 20 parts and 1) for oil, 2 .
De " Ni e oo and 18 parts respectively om... they could discover oil in % .
‘ were recorded for those districts.| Barbados, the company would vel ¥ %
Ci ee USt Although no damage was known| making a very great contribution % :
P farmers suffered some losses. to the sterling oil requirements % \
ronounce Other districts were District A,| of the sterling area which were & .
0 parts, District B, 69 parts, Dis-|so badly needed. $ .
IN the Court for Divorce anc| ‘ict Ds 72 parts and District E 70 x ‘
a ar Di
Matrimonial Causes yesterday His par? , x %
Honour the Chief Stin Sir Allan Holetown had 88 parts and Four 25 YEARS AGO % %
Collymore, pronounced decree nisi Rotda, St; Jans, 06. parte. (Barbados Advocate, January 7 x Y
in the suit of E. P. Cozier 1925) "1%
(Petitioner é ‘ozier | rin 4 . s .
(Respondent). iis orice Roof Burnt (Colne tren ee ee nee $ :
Petitioner was represented by . We have not yet be xt realise g ;
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.. instructed A fire broke out at Bank Hall in all its bearings ne te aes a R ‘
by Mr. L. E.R Gil.” ‘| yesterday about 2.30 p.m. and Oe the aad ca. ea eee x .
ar alice ; ,| burnt part of a boarded and . 2 doors by|%& %
Decree nisi was also pronounced I ors American to West Indian im- | y
in. the suit pos ae snny | singled house which is the prop- rene aa ‘ % S ES ’
tyr Bly - = M, eens lerty of Walter Beckles of My migration. There are still suffi- x NEW TYL ’ “i
(Respondent). » © Pe? | Lords Hill, St. Michael, The fire Se ee en ee 2 2
Meccare ats ba Brigade under Capt. Press visited] * ge sums of money to con-| % >
eae enka tee wa*|the scene and quickly put ont} “nue to be sent back here for the % POPULAR SHADES ‘
by Mr. L. &: R. tt, K.C., instructed | the fire. The house is insured for| SUPPort of folk left behind, But} % :
a are na es Gill, | £125. Plumbers were working on there will, as time passes, be 4 % y
eee City the roof at the time of the occurr-|&t@dual shrinkage of these re- % .
e | ence. mittances, and this shrinkage will | ¢& AT THE >
Questions iscneoSfasiciiessienetiges be reflected in the reduction of 8
B R F the purchasing power of the com- 2 4
av . : munity, If some new outlet for |% . x
In A he House y um actory out population is not found, more- % SPECIAL PRICE ;
. : . over, the congestion locally must] ’
2 , a
eee House of Assembly on Suffers Another Loss produce a very unhealthy condi- 8 si OF >
Sean . W. A. Crawford, IT WAS reported that the|tion of affairs economically. We % x
. Oa Member for St. Philip ask-| Storehouse of Bornn’s Bay Rum|have had much talk’ of stopping | % ’
caiiae: Gat the cae ne ae Factory at St. Michael’s Row,\¢migration to Cuba. We quite 8 6 ‘
Philip And it ane actin’ 4 of St-/ was broken and entered between appreciate the difficult position | % EACH x
ble oe ] ' Pearce sy AMPOSSI~ | 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday and 8.30] and condition of affairs in that] % ry %
for the ee totemdealies aaitae a.m. on Thursday. A bank book] Republic; but to prohibit emigra- % 4
Batis rasiAdlafeinae = et eae with an entry of $20 and four|tion as a remedy for hardships| % signalled itt ns
and in. view of the ‘fact ‘eae the keys are missing. suffered on some occasions by our ¥ ; 4
stint vagy This is the second recent loss} emigrants would merely be a case} & HARRIS N x
provision of public baths ¢ : ; x _— M
Pee is i siete = the firm has suffered. of the remedy being worse that % BROAD ST. %
obligation of the local authori- Bete eC ea the disease. The a nee fe g 3
ties, will the Government makel ; be kept open at all costs; and ine | % y
the necessary funds available to Van Damaged opportunities offered by British | * *O99G96G69GGGG99G9G99S99999SS9S SSS 999 SSSSOGOA
the Vestry, by way of a grant, for Guiana should be studied.
Selb ealtin sicathatsieee to the ssia Extensively Sa oe ieee
parish ?” AN accident occurred at about %
3.25 p.m. on Thursday on Green

New Issue of Stamps |

THE new issue of stamps which
were put into circulation on Octo- |}
ber 10 last year, will be with-
drawn next Monday, January 9,
the Advocate was informed
terday.

The usual issue will then be put
into circulation until they are ex- |
hausted about mid-year when
dollars and cents issues will re-
place the sterling issues.

yes-

Injured |

RHODA HARDING of Chalky
Mount, St. Joseph, was taken to
the General Hospital yesterday
morning in an unconscious condi-
tion and detained.

Harding was involved in a
bicycle accident which occurred at

Hill Road, St. Michael, between
the. motor van P—174, owned by
J. A. Skeete, and driven by Vere
Skeete of Hillaby, St. Thomas, and
a jeep owned by the Shell Com-
pany and driven by Reginald
Forde of Deacons Road.

The van was extensively dam-
aged.





. _
Hawker Fined.
FOR blackguarding before Hen-

ry Clarke on November 3, Ottie
Harewood a hawker of Richmond

| Gap was fined 5/- in seven days

or in default seven days’ impris-
onment by His Worship Mr. A. J.
H. Hanschell yesterday.

STICK LASH COSTS £2

A FINE of £2 to be paid in 14
days or one month's imprisonment
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
~ eee LE a ST AED
: ui 5
et AS SIFIED ADS WANTED EDUCATIONAL dl | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE , HQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | LIQUOR. LICENSE NOTICE 7
$ The application of Samuel Wairond of The application of Anita Clarke, of The application of Marie ichiow
s =S= Blood Pressure | Hunte Street, St Michael, for permission | Hindsbury Road, St, Michael, far per-| Bay Land, Beckles Road, St. Michael,
¢ THE PARRY SCHOOL to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at aj mission to sil Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e.,| for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Li-
a HELP | board and shingle shop attached to resi- | at the bottom floor of a 2 ¢torey wall quors, &¢., at a board and shingle shop
; — THE PARRY SCHOOL re-opens on 5 omen | dence at Hunte Street, Bridgetown building in Cheapside, City with shedroof attached at Bay Land
T E % A JUNIOR TEACHER for next term.| Monday, January 16 at 945 a.m. Twice women oo) 5 ares Sls Sit day..of Canuery, 180 a lice Maen eee ee eae ree :
RA FOR BENT beginning 17th January 1950, a junio: | 3. I. SMITH, ter from ‘Hhgh Blood Pressure, which {T° the Police Maxistrate, Dist. “A”. | Te the Police Ms pet te pees Dated this oth day of Fanuaey LUO. iota
Seen nee week San teacher, minimum qualification—Schoo! Headmaster. isa disease that starts Signed C. L. H N, Signed ANITA Ci 5 To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘
i Certificate 50—Sn. time for Applicant. Applicant. . Signed MARIE CRICHLOW,
UNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20 —S—S== ee W. D. RUDDER, i Bi = of Canna of LAtd and N.B.—This application will be consid- N.B.--This application will be consid- ~ Applicant
ANNO) | __ buSle ered at a Licensing Court to be held at | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at) N.B.--This application will be const
i Principal—B'dos Academy and later on to strokes, Con:- ao
FOR SALE per word - | HOUSES 6.1.50--2n. | mon aymptoras ef High Blood Pres- | Police Court, District “A”, on Monday | Police Court, District "A", on Monday | dered at a Linensing Court to Be hela
| | “ROOM. iciaais eI ; e ; . Combermere Sehool Entrance sure are: Nervousness, Seaalahancne the 16th day of January, 1950, at 11 the 16th day¥ of January, 1950, at 11 ' at Police Court, District ‘A’, on ae
pee» is f 02 "3! Bel Air, Richmond Gap. Dini gees) "|. SHRVANTS—An experience Cook and top and back of and above eyes, | ° clock a.m. ee ae } the 16th day of January 1950 at 11 o’¢
, d Gap. Dial 3663, |, SBRVANT . reassure in disal 4 H. A. TALMA, H. A, TALMA, — fam
. ” 7.1.8—In. Servant. Apoly Hamilton, Ex 10 950 ness, short Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.; °°” E. Mot
WANTED» a Heal Worthing View Gap ch.) "| amination | & palpitation, mabehedt 37 ey 7.1.50—1n: | Police Magisinate, Diets A=.
Lost, FOUND per wo at w| Dede LOW. At | Hageatt ed ae | 1; The Examination will be held on coat fear and worry. If you | ~ a aan weer We ee
Minimum charge -- = ++ ‘ Maem thee! Acer ox ater etc. $y. t CHY; and BUTLER—A competent Tuesday next, January 10th at 9.00 of ti toms, don’t
puslic SALES ronniner amt on cate pe oe Chef and Butler-for The Barbados Aqua-| , #.â„¢. _at/Combermere School. treatment s ig day, Secchi LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
oe 19 | Ring 2659 for particulars. "| te Club. Apply to the Manager. ; Soednne balan ne oar ms on Mynee i ore The application of Gerald A. Atwell of | The application of Edwardine Alleyne fo
UCTION & REAL . 7.1.50—2n 6.1.50—3n. and other Sel should . Pedu Tiga ee Skeete Hill, Ch. Ch. for permission tc | Fagle Hall, St. Miéchael for permission
. “HOUSE Runa ne | POmtioetoan mse Serviceman age $3 present themselves at the School frat dose, es a | Sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at a wal to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,. &e,, at a am
ESTATE per agate line ae ae hopnt eee pt i yg seeks employment as Office Messen Seen oad 22, cuwerd and. bring two eae "Skeets Hi Ch. Oh. within Dist, A" | dence at Eagle Pall, St. Micheal sacouen Aeon? * en cme
Minimum charge -. = + ek Eluts, “Clevedale”, Black Rock. Dia Neisnaen ng our cca iz c 8. It te aaeeiua hat the) eumithestes today. et ae 5th at on ae 1950, aftnnt Sue Sth oy HENS XS cleaned by G. Goddard ¢/o Alleyne
Personal ** oa ie . * ; 7.1.50—2r, Advt . -1.50—2n. kept hool rou ‘o the ice Magis’ . . *A’. ‘o the ce grate, Dist. ‘A’. ; Street.
‘Maximum 14 agate lines) = “BOOMMEMIEACCOUNTIN nen |. soakenee Le On. eee of money Ts Signed GERALD A. ATWELL. Stmed EDWARDINE ALLEYNE Artiae $00), SA Fae
ULOG! — Lawrence, * r icant. ic. . —
NOTICES Fully. furaisted $80.00 month from | i¢% Of experienced bookkeeper/Account-| fore advised that candidates should) Qo N.B.—This_ application will be conai:| N:B.—‘This application will Co cant:
See agate UNO ys > oe +6642] Jan. a8th. Dial 2490.) OT ant requined in Barbados. Advertisers’ bane — light i the dered at a Licensing Court to be held | dered at a Licensing Court to be heid
uinimum charge °< 2 Aa8 Sd a ee a Bere Sot lee coh neaay | A Face, Court, Diet “A om Monday
EVENING USE—One Modern edge Goods 1 a at ‘cloe e ay Yr + ‘eloc
ADVOCATE (Monday) Ho! Tei Willa Wickes atoase standard. Knowl Dry busi- for the purpose. A break of = .. 6th day of January ° co. y of January & o'cloc
per IMC seesereesereeercerersers 60c | at Grazettes Road, St. Michael, ten part ard = he made during tan. ouras of the Public Notices=Contd ee E. A. ey Fi F. A. McLEOD, :
——_——————————————————————————— cmrAbete Kane peal ——_ weekdays 81230 Saturdays. Write in| Reantination. i a Police Magistrate, v18 4 Police Magistrate, an oe
Michael. 7.1.50—2n. [Confidence | stating age, details past| 4: [il in
oa ' eppointments and salary desired: P.O, the Barbados press
ochrtannensitthenahie alae clinasipergenenie on 14th. .
THANKS CusARAWAY", St. Philip coast, tully | So Wt Bridgetown. eee ee ee See ter diieen CIRCULAR
i urnished, » Servant Rooms ne ELECTORS we the
ed, through this eaanes in . Secretary-Treasurer, FELLOW
maufam to thank ail those who attended | Bathing beach. From ‘March ist.” $901 MISCELLANEOUS Governing Body. | undersigned Candidates being nominated
the funeral, sent cards, wreaths or in . lone ga each ar 7.1.50—2n. oF ue oe Sars Wome se eater >
. 3 fn, = eres
any other way sympathised with us in} yaw (2 GARDEN TORTOISES, — you; we therefore ask that you be kind MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA NEV | ° WANTED ~~
oie recent bereavemen NEWHAVEN", Crane Coast, fully pres Pleuse apply X Y Z, Advo enough to attend the polis on Monday LINE LIMITED Pin
ROSALEA THORNHILL. furnished, Garages, Servant Rooms. | °te Office. 7.1.50-—Sn. Publie Notices=Contd January 9th and cast your Vote in our) == . S aoe
Joseph, Clarence, Edith (U.S.A.),! superb bathing bosch, nan tary; Mawin favour. Please don't fail (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) : o
Deleinz., Inez, Brmine (children), | Fyne. Novemiver; December; $80.00 per | ,,STAMPS—Prompt cash paid for used ; Yams troy, The M.V. “Daerwood" will ac- ‘
Kenneth Jones (son-in-law). month. Phone 4476. 6.1.50—t.f.n. stamps, or if you wish merchandise, such ORMOND KNIGHT cept Cargo and Passengers for St. M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to : :
BL BOLD, | ents bs fountain pens, cameras, nylons, tools NOTICE IVAN CLYDE SOBERS Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, |} sail Geelong 16th December, Melbourne. | ‘
SHOP—No. €8) Tudér Street, trom | Samy Oo. 100s eee nee. Southlant CARLTON O’NEALE Arube, sailing Saturday ith Janu- [}| Dee. 24th, Brisbane December sist Sva 1% anvocaTE PRESS ROOM
—<$<—<$<$<< January Ist: C/o Westbury Cemetery. Tnaligs. Cote poe ene Ave. Los YES sIRI- ok 1tuithe Tied. end CECIL Da COSTA HOWELL ary, 1950. nee fennasy son Ree Trinidad aboui ' X
ce. 30.12. : . . U.S.A, —Ba : NOEL ULRIC SLOCOMBE. end January 1950. ,
IN MEMORIAM akiapriatninitiicletonstipnshghieessgenconghae eb 6.1.50—2n. Sie E008 eet ian) eee Cr Our policy: Fairplay, honesty and The Schooner “BURMA D.” M.S. “KAIPAKI" is scheduled to sail S ; - = =
In fondest memory or our dear brother | 4997 —At Na. 7, Roebuck St. Dial from Near Rouen, St. | Pro " ere Sor Tetnieg cation heaton tth ponbar tae Bate te ith, Mel. “MORE MAJORUM” :
lon . 4.1.50—; Michael. eral Public are ask to or Trinida, jay . » Mel-
and uncle tat cn tate ~HOUMELAT Hananes RAD Rae Public Notices=Contd contact the ‘above. mentioned and con. | NOTICE January, 1950. Sere, Sameey, Sik Srvanp-Seumery ee ee
lepart jUSE—At Barbarees é ns | VINCE yourselves a trial for you = pe i . f t f our, ancestors.
ree one sadness still come o'er us nk, ete iw by Mr. H. A. OFFIC NO Cc sateen oes “Fetes”. Thanks in) po THE ELECTORS OF THE PARISH ea pF mw gp con Mn gene ieee Same “hades deities space for ron nav iar 4080...
Sent Sa ee ee ee and 4.1,50—2n., IAL TICE | savance for your Patronage. 9.1,60—2n. sir or SAINT JAMES for St. Vincent sailing Ssturday |] Chilled, Hard Frozen ond Generel Congas fy Where cocking: saga il coe,
But some iy apesieecltinsangha sane $ are =. | Dear Sir/Madam, 7th January, 1950. irgo accepted on ro! ot CF TIOD Ona oss saan head ~
gladness ae a FLAT—Furnished Flat at the Pavilion, BARBADOS, tbe ee been nominated ‘as a can- mtealaie ee een transhipment at Trinidad for ER ee tae *
ee Pha Merry Bs “Lottie and Pep tbee . asst mtiangae 41 ae aot ee LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE to yg id re B.W.1. Schooner Owners’ Associa. Ci ae wihtstpleine Gas for Cooking* ~
rem ; , 1950, Phone 4551, L stand . re noone: 4 roan
Doris Brewster (sisters), Kathleen Bar- 5.1,50—3n. (Equitable Jurisdiction). I have served your parish githfully tion (Ine.) Tel. 4047, For further particulars apply -- i Contact your Gas Co.
By tess oT Hore one Zee oF er, Fay | SNeTH CHIFFON “BROWN | aio. SERS Sabha argent |S Moe fara aie hafta || Zonar, Nace, TRINIDAD, DIAL She
(0) . nee r For one year or longer. ly jaintil en .
cmory of my beloved} {2â„¢Mished self-contained Flat, 3 miles |BYRON WILLIAM DURANT boned ane eugene oeth eles Pca == : DaCOSTA & Co Ltd. | ;
huband RUBEN ARTHUR PAYNE, who andactown. | Spacious” living room and| ARCHER -.<.. in’ Order in tne Canny | Sttached at corner of Chapel Gap, St.| the electors patotme fo. oe ee | marcos ==
tn , c ae as ait lids Shares y, § | hee
died on 6th January 1945. — : country and the sea. 3 bedebome 2 with in the above action made on the 5th day Dated ‘ea Sth day of Jan 1950, | means to solicit your support and ask ; SOODSSSSOD PSS SSFP SSS PO IS
Bee tears do ofter flow’ | basins) bathroom ‘with ‘electric water | Of January, 1950, I give notice to all | ate Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’ the pele ae iene Worthy to attend % y
Secret tears do ofter flow heater, well equipped modern kitchen, | PeTsons having any estate, right or inter- Signed HARCOURT SMALL, the polls on Monday next 9th inst and x s g 3
For tonday hae trouens betel me refrigerator, telephone, radio distribution eat in or any lien or incumbrance affect- ‘Applicant, | C4 your a a favour. a x The International %
lemories of five years ago, and all electricity charges, garage and | i2&— —~This tion . ura ‘uly, 4
His loving wife Mrs. Dorothy Page. servants room, in all inclusive rental of |. All that certain piece or parcel of land Fok, t. eee eo hee JAS, M. ORICK. x 3 3
7.1.50—1n. | £32 per month. Apply to Mrs. F. Louise | Situate at Crab Hill in. the parish. of at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Monday ere ee bg PEN FRIEND >
Telep one ite tial! Flats, Codrington Hil. | Sint Lucy in this Island containing by| the leth day of January 1900'ar 1] eclonk ‘ . x |
Telephone 3427. 5.1,50—3n. a ee hove sooty meee one] a.m : Ai aciine ite ns ne srunmartromie 5 OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM % . 4
s or ereabou abutting an oa . \ . ; 4
FOR SALE Di eiTAU A Pontabelle Lands nd. | Pounding, on lands of |B. Skinner Police Magistinie, ‘Dist. “A’. NOTICE pu |% Organisation j
a or ele , Hi si i ,» M. Greaves, H. Gri 5. 6g s
| > ‘Swan/ Se ee Sere. | Skinner, H. Griffith, 0, Armstrong, 7.1.50—10. | THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO,, LTD Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.,|% |. sl 8 ;
|S ———q“— John Gringth and on the public road or Tenders are invited for the supply oi * will find you a pen frien a.
BLUE ‘SE owever else the same may abut and approximately 10,000 bags of Portland % |
AUTOMOTIVE Swan Street. Becelient™ Business Stand” ppunes to bring j batons me an account NOTICE Cement, to conform to British Standard a.” eee STAR” i 1 . a Fg oe Jan, abroad. For particulars write % 4
aha’ ai eir said cla eir witnesses, Specification, ve , . iverpoo! th Jan th Jan s i
TR OR — One FARMALL H Apply to No. 47 Swan Street. d t d RE ESTATE OF ovo . ; * "3 : , i q
anus very little used in Al condition. 31.12,49—8n. | py ne on evi “used, Se re ee THEODORE Denne SEALY jmenedintaty ey tll nat be required S.S. a PROSPECTOR” +» London .. Sth Jan, 23rd Jan. % to 21 Upper George’s Street, 4
Owner purchasing larger. Cole & Co, tween the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 (Deceased) in shipments of approximately 1,000 to} 5-S. “CRAFTSMAN +. Glasgow -- 2ist Jan, 4th Feb. |@ ; na akon ‘
Ltd. 6.1.50-—n. CHS | ne Cet Ns, Mermoon. at the Office of | NOTICE is hereby given that all per-| 2,000 bags. S.S. “THIRLBY” «+ Liverpool +. 28th Jan. 1th Feb, |$% Dun Laoghaire, Eire. ;
R CYCLE—One Ariel, in® good PUBLIC NOTI s Mepesl at te Court Hee eee Sikes Eataine of Theodore Dudley ‘Sealy hye "y ~liaiedtemaahedbiaean : Yooe SSCS 556659955550"
r riel, se wn, . ‘ ot
order. Apply: No. 51 Roebuck Street before the 15th day of March, 1950, in | deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road, PTengye to be sutenitted to Messrs HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM, ESSE
5.1.50—2n. NOTICE order that such claims may be ranked | {n the parish of Saint Michael in this Law & Connell, P.O. Box 236, Bricfge-
according to the nature and priority teland who died on the 4th day of Ocfo-| town, not later than Friday, 13th Vessel. For Closes in Barbadvus =
aks NINETEEN (19) yereons having been | Mereds reqmectively cinerwice such per. | ber 109, intestate, are requested, to sen | San ary 1980. NEW ARRIVALS
ELECTR ey oe at ae the ee of at of the said Decree, and be deprived of tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora not hing nie — & ponieo ar For further information apply to
DEEP FREEZER—Capacity 8 Designed for selling, oe Creams. Con | taking the Boll for! the determination uated eee Balibed . thas. stas.t.f6/0 Seen ames de Gsunth, Solicitors, 5.1,50—4n DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents.
Tardwood Alley, Phone 460." | atin Oe eee ae verry, Room: | day the 16th day of March, 1900, at 16 | before thee fate tee’ on eee 1950, after es eT zing Macaroni and Cheese
Hardwood Alley, Phone : Oistin, on Monday next the ninth day oJ | clock re ; ; y ae = Bottles Peanut Butter
6.1,50—3n. | 720 1950, tad the ts o'clock a.m, when their said claims will | Which date we shall proceed to distribute LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Peanut Past
: ahah cists beg a moeintiae ar aor, pe area the assets of the deceased among the feet e
tinuing until 4 o'clock in the afternoon | yanuary, 1980. hand this 5th day of re. ane aS sa The application of Horace Furlong, of ° » Salad Cream
MECHANICAL VERNON J. WILLIAMS "toy. GIEKRS, then have had notice and we shall not| {o sell Spite’ Mechae! for permission 0. © poe ee
«hia . s ors, + ata Ped s
BICYCLES: Hercules Silver King, on oo zi Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of be liable for the assets or any part! board and shingle shop ante resi- . whe teeta
terms, all models, in green and in black, -1,60—Sn. Appeal. | thereof so distributed to any person of| dence at Lands End, St Michael Boitles Tomato. Ketehups’
ter a eee 7.1.50-—Sn, | whose debt or claim we. shall not then] Dated this Sth day of Jancet: 1950, Ine. Tins Tomato Soup
5 13.11.49—t.t.n. NOTICE have notice. To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’. Tins Apricots
And all persons indebted to the said Signed HORACE FURLONG Bottles Guava Jell
OFFICI Al SAI E estate are requested to settle their in- Anntitant on, Cuave. Jelly,
” !
MISCELLANEOUS oh ote iaaite aieds ad asin debtedness without delay. N.B—This application will ‘be consi ee
that fam still bloeking. and. cleaning Dated this 6th day of January 1950, | dered at a Licensing Court to be held on mats °
CORN—Limited quantity at special | Tynama Hats, children’s school hats and | BARBADOS, ‘ADELINE EUDORA SEALY, at Police Court, District ‘A’, on Monday an oe sortie
ice $8.90 per 100 Ibs. Dial 4657. Bar- | f199 Spr’, {0G mie especially. Tel. No. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY, | the 16th day of January 1950'at 11 o'clock S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” ve Deer 20th January oth .
ee ee oe (Equitable Jurisdiction). Que THEODORE DUDLEY annie ae E. A. McLEOD =e ro ies e\ ‘ ae Stuart & Sampson
were oe KEN CLIFFORD BROWNE : ¥ . every two weeks.
d - ‘Bla Police Magistrate, Dist. +A’. \
LOCKS—Good Padlocks at 12c. each. CIRCULAR BYRON. WILLIAM DURANT. | Unf : 7.1.80—4n. | (4H *q1.60—In.| NEW ORLEANS SERVICE LTD. '
$1.82 per doz, Stanway Store, Lucas St, ARCHER ................ Defendant tere ereneeenetenenenennetentrere ta ree
621.50-—8n. NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue Sails Sails Arrives Headquarters for Best RUM
SHIRTS—A good selecti { Gents of an Order of the Assistant Court of New Orleans Mobile Barbados
selection ©!
Sports Shirts a, many attractive colours, ALCOA RANGER 14th Dec. 16th Dec. 26th Dee.
Long and short sleeves at were foe $3.60 Limited passenger accommodations
each. At Stanway Store, Lucas St. of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
6.1,50—2>. paws ree Ra Ne perunte be LAND ACQUISITION ACT 1949 y
——-—— Oe ours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the ]
SEFTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts afternoon on Friday the 17th day of NoTI (Notice required by Section 3) Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. — Canadian Service UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
from . Phone 4684 , 1950, EREB VEN j venditis
A. aun & a uid. = wen certain piece or parcel oft ; ce 18H ; ¥ GI that it aE yeass to the Governor ROBERT THOM: LTD. -— New York and Gulf Service
3.12.49—t.£.n, land situate at Crab Hill in the parish of | 40-Executive Committee that the land described in the Schedule hereto



Saint Lucy in this Island containing by

GALVANISED SHEETS—6 ft., 64% ft., admeasurement three roods twenty’ one | #24 Situate at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James (part of

8 ft. Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Street.

OF THE WEST INDIES.





perches or thereabouts abutting and| land of a place generally known as “Derricks”) is likely to be needed







Phone 2696, 5.1.50—t,f.n, ee ee ane Se Gas a ee for purposes which in the opinion of the Governor-in-Executive Com- | | METAL CASH BOXES, AIR TRAVEL SUIT CASES, DESK BLOTTERS, oO Scholarships f£
es ner, He Grifith, ooo ATmattONE gohn mittee are public purposes, namely as a site bounding on the sea on COCKTAIL SHAKERS with INSET STRAINERS, PLATE GLASS .AND pen se 2 arships tor
PUBLIC ’ SALES ever else the same may abut and bound,| Which fishing boats can be hauled up and on which shelters may be MIRRORS, All the above just received by: 50
and if not then sold the said property | erected,

will be set up for sale on every succeed-



JOHNSON’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE IF suitable candidates pre-

sent themselves, the Univer- :

sity College of the. West

————————————— - ers ——————— ‘i Indies proposes to award ‘up |
— | to six scholarships tenable

fromt October 1950, of whieh.

ing Friday between the same hours until THE SCHEDULE
the same is sold for a sum not less than

cin kk A parcel of land at Paynes Bay in the parish of Saint James con-
Dated this 5th day ot January, 1960, taining 7,710 square feet bounding on the north on lands of B. H.

Ag. Clerk of the Asst. Court of Appeal, | Moore and others, on the east on the Public Road running from Hoile-
7.1,50.—3n,

REAL ESTATE ‘

LAND—1 acre, 28 perches of Arable
Land, St. James with Fan Mill, young
Coconut-trees and other fruit trees
Good building site and 2 minutes walk
to good sea-bathing. Apply: S. Rogers
C/o Eckstein Bros. 4.1,50—5n.









town to Bridgetown, on the south on other lands of B. H. Moore and
others, and on the west on the sea.

‘OFFICIAL NOTICE Dated this 6th day of January, 1950, at the Public Buildings in

the City of Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados,
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF P, F. CAMPBELL,

APPEAL Acting Colonial Secretary.
(Equitable Jurisdiction).
GEORGE ALLEYNE

By Atty, REBECCA SEARLES SeeEEEE SRE
ALVA FITZ-GERALD ‘xitay Me HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAY STREET



not less than two will be’in
Arts and not less than two

|
Tue Royvar BANK oF | ©: sein Wate ene
CANADA Geet eee





FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
ee: Old Plantation aCe ene
e Iroom, Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooms etc. Ideal for convert- | TO THE BLECTORS FOR THE VESTRY
ae to residential club. For details, won oe OF ST. MICHAEL
Pply to Bradshaw & Company. ear Sir/Madam,
7 411. 50,—t.f.n. On Tuesday January 3rd, 1950, 1 was
AaniD. nemminaied. 388 candidate for the
rood twenty perches of | parish o: . Mie *
Land situated at Crane Road, St. Philip; | | My knowledge gained as a Vestryman

be held during the week be-
ginning February 27th, 1950,
Candidates must be under
the age of twenty on Janu-
ary 31st, 1950 and must have

Head Office, Montreal

|



‘eae Tyee tae fe te Defendant JAMES MUIR passed or be exempt from
° con- | for past a ec ‘ % " ; rf i
Wet bady” allendat," rang ond a | "ants won on Dehaitof the parishioners | ,,™N,Pumsuanee of an Order in thie Court | "The following programme of Day and Evening Classes will open oe Me kg oe a
Neville Perryman's shop, Kew Road, will amnion ee sae to ao in con 1 of January, 1950, I give notice to ail| At the Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday 16th, January 1950. BURNHAM L. MITCHELL Liceul Th | a f
St. Michael, 7.1,50—In. | ducting f cess ree hich | Persons having any estate, right or inter- | Monday 10,00 a.m,—12.00 noon—Cak. king & Pastr Vice-President ondon. ne emoluments 0
On — for 21,180 taitee ‘Pace on ition, Nona tee gst in or any lien or incumbrance affect- See Si 7 F aeaene Ath . mG ce-Presiden a scholarship will cover all
ers in writing are invited for 21, . ; ne; mple cuttin, sewing iti mination fees
Square feet of land aisuiate in Sobers | the see ee ese re All that certain piece or parcel of land 2.00 4 Vv. dish 6 T. H. ATKINSON = t ——— — fue =
e, Bridgetown, and having a frontage | Street, between telat am: 8nd} (formerly part of the lands of Carlton ‘00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m, —Variety dishes. General Manager : ; ’
of 118 feet on Sobers Lane and at present | 4 Pm. T am aga Te :4P; | Plantation) situate in the parish of Saint Plain dress-making ther financial assistarice,. a
under tenantry. port, trusting you will record one of |James and Island of Barbados aforesaid ; 4 grant proportionate to his
For further particulars apply to the | your votes in my favour. containing by admeasurement two roods 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Tasty dishes & table-laying. needs will be made. Appli-
undersigned. i Ty in anticipation, be the came more OF oe abate. — ; Rug-making n n , a tate en t Galias: aahiese tine pamphiets
CARRINGTON & SEALY. " unding on lands of A. Jordan on lan ” Conde sed A nu l S m
Street. Yours for Service, of the Estate of Elizabeth Sandiford, de- | Tuesda: 10,00 am.—12, —C; iving further particulars
wT cen. THOMAS W. MILLER ceased, on lands of the Estate of Nathan- . 0.00 12.00 noon ake Icing . 8 P

Upper Collymore Rock, St. Michael.

jel Lorde, deceased ,and on a road in Elementary dress-making
common or however else the same may

be 1 _ i
HE undersigned will offer for sale Abut afk Boule ty brine botore the an 4.30 p.m.— 6,30 p.m, —Cake making & Pastry.

Public auction at their office, No. 17,



may be obtained fram the
as on 30th November, 1949 Registrar, University€ollege



\ ; of the West Indies, . Mena,
High Street, on Friday the 13th instant account of their said claims with their Pattern drafting. St. Andrew, Jamaica: The
“rhe dwellinghouse called LANDSMERE NORCE ob; sie we Geamtnea by ade ae Mater, a Wednesday 10.00 a.m.—12,00 noon—Home Nursing. ASSETS closing date’ for applications
‘OF ie i THE WEST INDIA BUSCUIT CO, -| Friday between the hours of 12 (noon) weets i is January 31st, 1950.
Snare fon tation aaa te, 'Mi-| . TENDERS are invited for the supply of | and orclock in. the “afternoons at ane & © Reponves Cash, cheques and balances with ? ”

chael, The dwellinghouse comprises —| the following building materials or any
ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Drawing | Ot either of them:— er cu. ft
Toom and three bedrooms, (one with run-|' 5,000 cu, ft, Block oe ie alee ae
ning water), gallery, toilet and bath | 000 cu yds. Concrete Stone — Size
UPSTAIRS: ;

office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court 2,00 p.m.— 4.00 p.m. —Advanced dress-making.
of Appeal at the Court House Bridge-

other banks .........sseses+++ $ 432,012,986.68
town, before the 8th day of March, 1950, 4.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m, —Caribbean Cookery.

Government and _ other public
securities, not exceeding market

3.12.49.—4n.




in order that such claims may be ranked Simple dress-making. °





, rge bedroom d. rding to the nati and priori VOLUG (bay ds cpdd00 veiveebeanss. ../ORGCBL ONG 80 SH
2 Qne very large bedroom: Sih ca, Hie Cénie Welsh ~ else wr thereot Fespecdvely;” otherwise suth ete Thursday = 10.00 am.—12.00 noon—Girls’ first Cookery Course Other securities, “not "exceeding yor,
me kitchen; Seperate bathroom in anne Oe eae “ip ee cced: PMs ctl tomar ede nint 2.00 p.m.— 4,00 p.m, —Cake & Pastry-making. market value .....-sssscccese 116,817,041,92

Call loans we occas seenenaey 097,890.05 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Liabilities of customers’ igdes "SM OBSS OF THE WEST INDIES.

government water and ‘electric light ag ege Building Lime — per
Inspecti day| 500 cords Cord Stone — per Cord.
betwoer a AA antsy ay raed 5 The above quantities are approxi-
. on application to the owners, the} Mate and are be delivered to the site
Lyneh on the premises. of the new factory at White Park over a

For further particulars and conditions| Period of 3—5 months,

all, claim on or saainst the said preperty. Advenced handicrafts.
it tifled
ey) ‘the said Court on Wednes. 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m. —Salads & Desserts, ’
day the 8th day of March, 1950, at 10 ‘ Handicrafts.
‘clock, ori. whist, (heir sald claims Wil ies, 10.00 a.m.—12.00 noon—Simple handicrafts.

Given under my hand this 4th day of 2.00 p.m.— 4,00 p.m. —Salads & Desserts.
Jenuary, 1950,

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letters. Of Credit... psceccstiee 51,790,695.28
QUREE CIRO noes 00:5 Ox Ov oe b epee’ 21,536,237.81













































































; : Appeal dated the 5th day of January,
® a aot GOVERNMENT NOTICE
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pre spel to. hentia La 1. V,, GURRS, 4.30 p.m.— 6.30 p.m, —Advanced Cake Icing. $2,334,985,354.14
. Tenders in wri to be submitted to, Ag. Clerk of the Asst. Court of Appeal. king,
a 7.1/50—5n., Mesure Law. Ce P Bridgetown, ~ a bene Registration for all classes must Pong em posse and wil take LIABILITIES
I t later than Friday, la t the H betw 10.00 id 12,00 noon, and
PROPERTY—At Station Hill. House| $%,,With samples no’ place at the Housecraft Centre een 10.00 a.m. and 12, , a ; ;
fontaining Modern conveniences, Apply ithe Wert india Buscuit Co. Ltd. does OFFICIAL SALE between 2.00 p,m. and 5.00 p.m, from W 11th January, to Capital, reserve and undivided versity College of the am
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“Sports .



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eae PoloTeam

For Venezuela
Leaves On Monday

YEARS ago, Polo in Barbados

- used to be a popular sport and

many of us will remember the
days when it was played quitd
regularly on the ‘Garrison. There
was even a Polo Hut on the
Savannah which was used by
players for their clubs and other
polo gear. This Hut once was a
familiar ‘land mark’ on the Sav-
annah during the races, just as
the cannons in front of the Sav-
annah Club still are to-day.

However the
game died away,
and a few years
ago the Pole Hut
was removed
from its site, due
to ‘old age’. In
1939 the game
was re-started
and the Barba-
dos Polo Club
tormed by the
tate Mr. H. A,
Arthur of Ridge:
way Pin,
Thomas,
with several
other ‘Estate’
men met every






















Col. R. T. Saturday on the
Michelin, Garrison, at first
(Capt.y. not even with

proper goal posts or any marke¢
field. Since its formation, the game
attracted many more players and
horse lovers. In October of last
year a polo team from Jamaica

Lee Deane. The ‘Baby’ of the team,
is the youngest of the Deane
brothers. A good horsema
and an accurate shot, displays
very consistent form.

Mark Edghili. He is one of the best
players in Barbados. Has an
attractive easy style with
excellent control of the ball
and possesses a variety of
shots. Is particularly fond of
horses.

John Marsh, Is perhaps more at
home on a horse than when
he is sitting in a chair. Tha
hard-hitter of the team, plays
at No. 4 position, a hard rider,
who clears the ball vell.

Their colours Wine and Blue,
are those of the victorious Mos-
quitoes team, which won the

Advocate Challenge Cup, in the

competition just concluded.

It is understood that the team
will be staying at the Caracas
Country Club, and Mrs. Michelin
and Mrs. Dowding will be accom-

wh Sonning the team,






















Tennis

Yachting, Boxing, cfe. —

“Revolve
The Reef. |

THE Reef Pavilion is waiting
6 be painted and wired but
work has not yet begun
When an Advocate representa-
tive visited the Reef yesterday
only the ground staff were work-
ing, They were occupied with
levelling the Reef by removing
stones from the playing field.

It is understood that the
Pavilion will be completed when
more funds are acquired.

BG Gets Ready
For Radiados

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail.)
The Selection Committee of the
B.G. Cricket Board of Control has
appointed Mr, George A Camacho
to be captain of the Colony side
which -cill play against Barbados
in the Intercolonial Cricket Tour-
nament jn February, Mr. Camacho
as customury has now joined the
Selection (Committee.

The B.G. team is expected to
leave Georgetown by B.W.I.A. on
February 6, returning February
22. The tournament begins on
February 9, ending February 21.



Hardstaff Shocked
At News That He
“Broke Law”



paid us a visit during which our AUCKLAND, Jan 6.
players learnt much from the vis- Joe Hardstaff, Notts and En
itors and gave a good account of land batsman, was greatly sho
itors and gav g nd , ;
themselves. Z: ed by the nei hat } n
On Monday January 9, fivegy? have infringed Rule 3 t}
members of the Barbados Polo County Cricket Rules by playi
Club, with Mr. Herbert Dowding in the Auckland Plunket Shie
as Manager leaves by B.W.1.a. team.
for Venezuela to play a series of When told here to-day that

three matches against the Caracas

Polo Club, and they expect to re-
turn on January 21. This is the
first time a “Polo team has ever
left the island on a tour of thi
nature, and rumours from Ven¢e
zuela are that a very entertain
ing programme has been arrange
for the visitors apart from tht
scheduled g*:nes. Here is a brie!

Who’s Who of the team:—




Col. R. T. Michelin, Commissionc
of Police. He will Captain the
team. Has good control ov7
his horses and is, a soun
aggressive player, always
displays consistent form.

Elliot Williams. He is the veterar
of the team. Despite
his age this short stocky+

player
field for his hard riding and
dash.

is conspicucus on the sai




John Marsh.



Lee Deane. Elliott Williams.



9 .
ltaly’s Cycle Race
“y
Ends In Rome
.
This Year
MILAN, Jan, 5.

The famous
Race will, this year,
instead of Milan as a
bute to the
ity”.

The change
memorate the
Holy Year.

The race will start in Milan, run
north to Swiizerland and then
south again to Rome.—Reuter.

end in Rome
special tri-

was made to com-
Roman Catholic

lialy Defeats Spain
—IN BASKETBALL

NICE, Franee, Jan. 5.

Italy beat Spain by 41 points to
35 in the International Basketball
Tournament here to-day. Italy
led 18/15 at half time.

Other results were (with half
time scores) : Belgium beat Yugo-
slavia 39-24 (20—16); Finland
beat Austria 58—84 (20-19).

To-morrow Finland meet Po-
land and Switzerland clash with
Austria.—Reuter.



Liverpool Football
Team May Tour
Colombia

; LIVERPOOL, Jan. 5.

Liverpool Football Club, pre-
sent leaders in division 1 of the
Football League, are considering
an offer to make a 7 weeks’ tour
of Colombia, South America, be-
ginning next May. —Reuter.

Sih

We WAS [EAN Se GOES ON

round Italy Cycle |

“Capital of Christian- |



an Nees iN BEF FOUNTAIN



Galvez Wins |
Millas |

312 MILES PER HOUR
|

|

|

BUENCS AIRES Jan,
Juan Galvez driving a Ford, as
day won the Millas, second most}
important automobile
in Argentina,
kilometres

road
covering the
course in 12 hours,
49 minutes and 23 seconds, His
average speed was 125.503 kilo-
metres per hour.

Second was Marcos Ciani in 13
hours, 0 minutes 36 seeonds and
Deimo Bojanich in 13 hours, 5
mins. and 48 sees. Oscar Galves,
winner last year,
R. Harriague fifth,

race |
1,609

—Reuter.



U.B.0. Programme |

SATURDAY, January 7, 1949

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. Accordeon Inter-
jude; 7.30 a.m. Generally Speaking; 17.50
#i.m. Interlude; 8 a.m. From the Bdi-
torials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Announce
ments, a 15 a.m. John Bull's Band; 8.45
a.m. William Krasnik; 9 a.m. Close
Down; 122 Noon The News; 12.10 p.m
News Analysis; 12.15 p.m Pavilion |
Players; 12.30 p.m. Meet the Common
Wealth. 1 p.m. Eve Becke; 1.16 p m
Radio Newsreel 1.30 p.m Twen
Questions; 2 p.m. The News; 2.10 en }
Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.m. |
Sandy MacPherson at the Theatre Sresn,
2.30 p.m. Variety Bandbox; 3.30 p.:
Sports Review; 4 p.m. The News: 4 1

p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Music
from the Movies; 5 p.m Listeners
Choice, 5.15 p.m. Programme Announce-
ments, 5.20 p.m. Interlude, 5.30 p.m
Generally Speaking, 5.50 p.m. Interlude,
6 p.m. Saturday night dance date; 7 P. m
The news; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis;
bm, Behind the News;
Becke; 8 p.m. Radlo
p.m. Philharmonic Orchestra; 9 p.m
The News, 9.10 p.m. Home News from
Britain; 9.15 p.m. Music from the Mo-
vies; 10 p.m. English Magazine: 10.30
p.m. Think on these things, 10.45 p.m
Weekly sports review; 11 p.m. ‘The
News

715
7.45 p.m. Eve
Newsreel; 8.15



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AND THE ee COLDER $71 STIL

playing for Auckland “caused

He tore fibres
when re

ning here tomorrow
of his shoulder muscles,

| turning the ball from deep field

during the Auckland—Canterbury
match at Christ Church recently

Auckland has no other inter-
Provincial match this season, but
will play the Australian tourists
here, beginning on Feoruary 17
| Hardstaff stated to-day that he



TL TN Se ce ee nS

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Noel Baker China Wauts
| Delayed | Good Relations







WITH INDIA

BOMBAY, Jan. 6. |
= ilip Noel Baker, Brivish Sec- _ LONDON, Jan., 6.
Communist Chinese Foreign

ary for Commonwealth Rela- ’ :
| tions and his party left here for Minister Chou En-Lai has told
1c mbo to-day after a 5-hour| Indian Prime Minister Pandit



Nehru in a note that China is
willing to establish diplomatic
relations with India, according
te a report received in Lendon
from the New China News
Agency. Chou, replying to a note
from Mr. Nehru on January 4,
said in his reply, according to
the agency “the Peoples Re-
public of China is willing to es-
tablish diplomatic relations with
India on the basis of equality
and mutual benefits and mutual
respect for territorial sovereignty,
and hope that your Government
will send its representatives to
Peking to conduct talks on this
matter”

due to engine vrouble.
plane landed
the 4 engines

G le le ay

Their B.O.A.C

with only 3 of

working, and the party on its
way to the Commonwealth For-
eign Ministers Conference in Cey-
lon, convinued the journey in a
special plane.

During his stay in Bombay, Mr.
Noel Baker was received by B.
G. Kher, Premier of Bombay
Province, and high officials.

—Revter.
|



Jap Goid For Siam

Wartime Services

TOYKO, Jan., 6.

The first shipment of Japanese
gold in payment for Siamese war-
ye services left Toyko yester-

y by chartered American plane
ys New York.

The United States last Septem-
ber authorised the release of 40
tons of Japanese gold for wartime
debis to former Allies and Indo-
China, This was in spite of a
unanimous protest by other mem-
bers of the Far Eastern commis-

ion to Washington.

Siam will receive a_ share
at 43,000,000 United States
dollar The gold will
posited with the
Bank in New
part of Siam’s

France has
the p re in for
China’s

—Reuter.



Sydney Strike
Paralyses Port

SYDNEY, Jan. 6.
A complete strike of Sydney's
6,000 waterside workers tonight
paralysed port activity, tied-up 51
foreign and inter-state ships and
threatened to spread generally to

the whole Australian coastline.
Workers were protesting agains1

valued the employment of men not mem-

be de-
Federal Reserve
York, and become
Currency Reserve.
not yet announced
picking up Indo-
$37,000,000.
—Reuter.

Federation’s First Aid Officers on
overseas vessels.
—Reuter.

hare of



Truman Advocates
More Foreign Aid

WASHINGTON, Jan: 6.
Truman in the Annual

If you're feeling out o-sorts, Get Up
Nights, or suffer from Dizziness, Nervous-
nee en oe aie, Swollen ston,
n report nee tivcedd pan. eumatism, Burning Passages, Excess

ic report today ur ged ¢ On | Acidity, or Loss of Energy and feel old he-

! United States | fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true
Programmes “on a | Suse.

& m Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or
overwork may create an excess of acids
and place a heavy strain on your kidneys
so that they function poorly and need help
to property purify your blood and maintain

President

of the
Aid
ymmensurate with need.”
the United
world-wide



| fit .
in rulure

orate Lust

years
seek a



in Montana Fire

MISSOULA, Montana, Jan. 6.
Five children were burned io
leath today when fire swept
hrough a two-storey house here. |
Two others were seriously burn- |
d and four escaped injury. }
—Reuter, |



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Sree een yatr aay

Petrol Floods |

Industrial Area |

LONDON, Jan. 6. |

A tank containing 900,000 gals|
lons of vetrol burst today near}
Sundsvaal (Northern Sweden),
Stockholm radio reported. There
was no fire but the petrol flooded
a considerable industrial area
causing great damage. The loss is
estimated at about 1,000,000

kronor. halal,

Italian Emigration
Discussed

ROME, Jan. 6.

Italian Foreign Minister, Count
Carlo Sforza today discussed with
the Chilean Ambassador in Rome,
Don Alfred Rosenda, the possibil-
ity of increasing Italian emigra-
tion to Chile.

Officials here calculate that at
least 2,000,000 Italians must emi-
grate soon to solve the country’s
employment problem.

BEA»





| “Phantom” Adrift

MISFORTUNE befell the fishing
boat “Phantom” on Thursday
when her crew took her out for

a catch.

Strong winds ripped her sails
away rendering her helpless in a
choppy sea.

The “Investigator” which was

bers of the Waterside Workers | also out to sea spotted her early

and towed her in.
The “Phantom”
Clem Marshall.

is owned by



Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy,
Backache, Kidneys Strained?

soiled Cystex. Hundreds and hundreds oj
Doctors’ io Ba tit. this,

No Benefit—No Pay

The very first me of Cystex goes right
to work helping yd&r Kidueys remove ex-
cess acids. Quickly, this makes you fee,
like new again. And so certain are the
makers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
pletely they ask you to try it under a money
back guarantee. You be the judge: If not
entirely satisfied just return the empty

possitfie infringement of the coun nerease of international trade | health and energy. © ag le ART ALT
sar a hi me hict ould result in larger im- . and the money back guarantee protests

status; Hardstaff said, Thi 13 91 atts into the UMitae Meals and DHelp Kidneys Doctor's Way” [324 {he money back guar voli

great shock to me - Setea [at the same time increase the jiany doctors have discovered by scien-

even know such a rule exi United States’ own standard of | tS clinical tests and in actual practice ys KI : 7 EY

Fr nt of view t a quick and sure way to help the kid- BLADDE
rom my point of living. neys clean out excess poisons and acids is

very serious matte: ites with a scientifically prepared prescription | The y ARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM
Hardstaff had already decide . -

on medical advice, not to play for

Auckland in the Plunket Shield\ a sa * x ;

rateh against Wellington begin- i ive Children Die

DANCE









will be returning to England in Ne
March, and was unable to com- ,
ment further until he has more TWO BANKERS ARRESTED
information. lait BRUSSELS, Jan. 6.
- . Two of Belgium’s leading bank-
rs are among the men arrested THE MOST B
F ind charged with implication in NIGHT CLUB. FROM
frauds involving 10,250,000 Bel- MIA T0 RIO”
Japan or gian franes, it was disclosed today. zie
: Prime Minister Gaston Eyskens Delicious
1952 Olympics leclared: “All the dossiers are | STEAK and CHICKEN
in the hands of the police.” DINNERS
—Reuter. .
TOKYO, Jan., 6 Dial 4000 for &
Japan's participation in 1952 SS RESERVATIONS & *
| Olympic Games at Helsinki Oe
will be decided at a meeting ot
the international Olympic com- Barbados Turf &, @
mittee at Copenhagen in May, ay
Japanese Olympic officials have \
been advised A letter from the j ll
chief of the International secreta-
riat stated that in his persona
view, general public sentiment MG NG NENG NN Ww i
favoured Japan's participation. He NOTICE % NONONG! NANO NG NGA NA
Said there was no need for Japa i aa ;
to ater iiletat bemenaign al TE NDERS are invited for
the matter was already fully rep- 1950 for the exclusive right

resented to the international com-

mittee.
—Reuter.

Barnett To Fight
















to sell Liquor, Refreshments
etc., at the Garrison Savan-
nah on Race Days.

Tenders must be forward-
ed in sealed envelopes

marked “Tender for Liquor



| and Refreshments” and ad- Ni
dressed to the Secretary not W
W elsh Heav y we ight later than noon on Saturday e
i4th January, 1950.
| J y > .
| bewa Sra ama a * The Committee does not
| to a cht Johnny Will the bind itself to accept the
& . ~ highest or any other Tender.
| Welsh Heavyweight, at “Birt ming- \ ;
ham on January 20. G. A. LEWIS
The promoter, Jimmy Gought, Secretary
has asked the British Boxing 7
Board of Control to recognise th } 7.1.50.—4n.

contest as an eliminator for the
British Empire Heavy weigh
Title. Barnett recently entere:
the top flight of heavyweights b
his surprise defeat of Earl Wall
the Cherokee fighter from Canad

Williams, who has not fought for
several months, was chief sparring
Mills who is

partner to Freddie



preparing for the defence of hi ~
| Wort Light Heavyweight title||] . SEASON 1950
against American Joey Maxim.
—Reuter.
eae STANDING AT CASTLE GRANT, ST. JOSEPH







THE BIT TER |
a

RES ICE C Corb ALL RIGHT






PRPS RLS ADRS RPS SS TSS







| BARBADOS TURF CLUB

“GT. €3

STANDING AT ALLEYNEDALE PLANTATION, §T. PETER
“BATTLE FRONT”

THOROUGHBRED MARES
See ME 5.0, Coe deh Cty tates

GROOMS’ FEE §1.00 cash each service
BARREN MARES half fee return for one year only.
} FEES must be paid in advance to the Secretary

For * app ‘ntments in respect of the above, apply respective-

P, B. WALKER, Castle Grant, St, Joseph
A. D. WARD, Esqr., Alleynedale Pita., St. Peter
STANDING wy BULKELEY, ST. GEORGE

“PRIDE OF INDIA”

(Bay or Brown horse 1945 family No. 6 by Colombo out of
The Bud)

ner of the Dewhurst Stakes and the New Ham Foal Stakes.

‘hard in The Two Thousand Guineas to My Babu and The

oan ; , Cobbler.

Eeqr,









Availa uited number of Thoroughbred Mares only.
| ‘ 4 Setvices to each mare will not exceed six (6).
'
FEE $48.00 and $1.00 the Groom per Service.
| Appiicatic must be in writing giving the name of the
i} ‘ e and da Applications must reach the
Pu Ci not later than moon on Satur-

A Prosperous

IS THE SINCERE WISH OF

COLLINS DRUG STORES
| Se Ss) RANA Hm



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>
7.
9.
8.

il 11,15 een
11,.15—11,40 jing Brake
‘age Tim
11.45—12.00 Light Music port
5.15— 5.30 Programme Sum-

mary & Interlude
5.30— 6.00 ae Studio Me-
odies
6.15— 6.30 3rd Prize Choir
6.30— 7.00 Request Time
7.15— 7.30 i a Smile and a
7.30-— 7.45 My 4 Kind of Mu
7.45— 8.00 Doctor Mac present-
Tar Evelyn Roach
8.00—~ 8.15 tonal News
a Bidos Boing
8,.15— 8.20 Sines i, Music
8.30— 9.00 ety Night
h
U.S.A. Ouse

News 9.35 a.m.
Your hit Parade 1--

BRO. |

Ws 7 am. 8 am, 12
2 pm.. 4 p.m., 7 p.m. & ove
John Bulle Band 8. 15—8.45 a.m.
Viola Recital 8.45—9 a, m.
Favilion Players 12.15—12.30 p.m.
Meet The Sonnsngeenlen

“1.30 p.m





2.3-—1 p.m
Twenty Questions Tea
Sandy Mc. Pherson — Organ’ y
2.13—~2
Variety Bandbox 2. Py 0 He
Sports Re Review 3.30—4 p.m
Music from the Movies
4.15—5§
Listeners Choice 5 3.15 a2
Saturday Night Dance Date
Ses : a 66.15 pin

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the 7th of January 1950, Automatic (dial) telephone s¢m#
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The introduction of automatic (dial) service will
changes in the subscribers telephone numbers and 4
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and from the St. John Exchange, has been distributed.
the number change involves the insertion of the figure *
place of the dash atter the 95 e.g. 95-01 becomes 95201,

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TlRDAY JAMUARY 7, ItM THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Decision Confirmed IR Honours Mr. G. L. Tayu r j. W. B Clienery yes-onttrmcd the decision of Btthip M ,d convicted, reprimanded charged Leon Bascombe of Villa?*S 'Michi.t-1. Bashad been found guilty of cused a disturbance on K Street on November in. robe said that he went central Police Station to i complaint. A sergeant I he was crazy and he had He then said he wanted n Inspector. Jft for the prosecution at he shouted he wanted in Inspector on more than -ision white he was on me Street, and that a crowd Recovery Plan Essential Ingredients Organisation Mentioned In Steicart Murder Trial Igment For efendarits VISION by His Honour J. H. Hanschell. Judge of Debt Court, in which he judgment for Edith of Howcll's Cross Road, St. and Charles Squires of tillage, was upheld yesterTheir Honours Mr. G. L. and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery. r and Squires were with having unlawfully upon the property of Ger"larke of HoweU's Cross September 11. and damme trees, Clark* claimed mages. Gibbons, Land Surveyor. Court that the tree limbs ) cut off could have hung property of Edith Holder. •aid that some limbs of s are hanging over her nuid Squires to I off. lisconduct: Fined 2/6 ce Holder of Chapel Gap. lae). was yesterday fined He paid .n seven days or lit serve seven d ant. The fine was imr Their Honours Mr. G. L. bmf Mr J w n. Chenery nod the •if inquiry. MacArthur Checks Up TOKYO. Jan. . General Douglaa M Allied Supreme Commander in Japan, today threatened to take disciplinary actu responsible for matter icporterily con:.. an American State D< Guide, which was said here to anticipate the fall of Formosa. An announcement from MacArthur's headquarters said that an official enquiry had been ordered to find out how the information fell Into the hands of the Press. MacArthur knew nothing of the document until the Press reports appeared, the announcement said. —tenter. the necessary funds to balance the Western Berlin Budget, the Executive said. The Executive emphasized previous statements that the connection must be obtained frith the Soviet—occuptee area of Germany, so as to "exercise an Important influence on the decision> of the Great Powers. —Rruler Jamaican Loans Pftcked Too High 'From Our Own CurTODOiuScni'. LONDON, Jan. 6. Underwriters ol the Jamaican It repeated also its invitation Government 3'a per cent in10 the British Labour Partv and scribed stock 1968—73 have the French Socialist to a common been left with 90 per cent of discussion of Security Measui l t-'.a50,000 stock offered for pubBraiit Operation May Cure 'Jackdaw" LONDON, Jan. 6. A 28-year-old musician described by his own counsel as a "professional jackdaw who colltct l other peoples property" might be cured of all criminal tendencies by a brain operation, a London Court was told to-day. Dr. Ellis Stungo. psychiatrist, from Harley Street told the Court that the man's personality changed after he had fractured his skull in 1928 but another change could be effected by severing certain fibres in each side of IM< temples.—Reuler. Four Held In Child Disappearance NEW AMSTERDAM. II O, Four persons — two men and two women — have bean detained by the New Amsterdam iBerbicc) Police in the mirdei .( UUawalUe, 7-year-old ychonlgirl of 51 Stanleytown. who disappeared on New Year's nigh* and whose body was subsequently found In t ecssptt Ihe following morning. The tragedy it is alleged followed a "holy spree" at the home of One Eric tlenrleld where the girl was left by her mother Dularie •xm and fipi day. The police were notified at 9.15 p.m. Sunday and ., aavcta an i me of Ilenfleld and another man Jeremiah Fellington on whose prerr I found. Continuing m\-estigationa the Police took into custody on Tuesday a human skull (nn infant's) and an altar among ,.ther seam things from the home of 'he persons detained. he child was the I a ceremony in whlcl. she was supposed to be a required by the Western All —Heater India Selects Delegate For Capetown Talks NEW DELHI, Jan. i>) Port Kemla (M Wales) and TowinvUla (tjueensland) because of disputes on othei issues — Reuter Investors Cautious LONDON. Jan. 6. Potential investors in London Exchange, heattanl over the pros(wx-t of a (ienerfll Election in th. near future, have applied the brake to market enterprise and most operators arc content to wall HWj stv. •uunly In foreign Ivmds and nunli Selling of Europeans and Japan%  action an the openinc Though ; td in the i bating Manna n wldeaprea. verrnnenl %  appointment with faUun of the lew Jamaica 34 |r cent loan d oils kslUdged anu were lower where changed. Ru!>l-er shares encountered a smHl l ouatianding with ng kafftrs. i ixxral ttai lUowad b) hifher Johann. %  %  I l l "~L Fly to CANADA CLIPPER Daily Service Via Trinidad to York. Twice weekly I via Antigua to New York. Mtitnt schedules by connecting airlines to MONTREAL and TORONTO discuss the possible summoning ,llfs southwwl ' Hon 8 Kon lt ,n of a round table conference an %  *" | t next live years. known ml • %  —Reuter. 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SATUIBAT, JAM \KV ;. nt.-.n LOCAL NEWS nil BARBADOS AKVOCATE Fl t'K Leaseholds Want Two Wills To Probate To Drill For Oil I HIS Honour the Chief Judge. I Sir Allan Collymore. grunted three petitions for Letters of Adminis, tration, ;md admitted the • %  I two persons to probate ;.' art i i : Ordinary. The first petition was that of I r e av ea of St Simon's, St. Andrew, for of Administration to the estate of her deceased husband. I :>i Greaves, late of Sion Hill. %  St. James. I Petitioner was rcpraaanted b\ 1 % %  [ by Mr. I, r.. It. Gil! of I Second petition mg that oi %  Kdwards oi rork rs.\. but %  at Spooner's mil. St-Michael, for !"!" n rf Adjoin %  Will annexed to QH ; late father Jonathan \ ; Edwards late ,,( .v a b Hill. St. Lucy. The will wai ndm probate on November l Mr. K. K. Walcott, K ^micted by Mr. 1). A. B Messrs. Hutchinson and Banflcld represei. Bener. Last petition granted was that nied by Etheline Mai. Church St.. [, Letters or Administration :o n her deceased hLisuam: Clairmonte Gill, late oi Counsel for tot petitioner war Mr. .1. E. T. Bnincker instructed by Mr. D. A. Bonfleld. The wills admitted to probate were thos c of Frederick William Nlffbtingala and Louise Daw, both late of Christ Church. TOP—10 a.m. yesterday these people queued for kerosene at Shell Service Station, Eagle Hall. BOTTOM—3 p.m. yesterday they were still queuing outside Messrs Cole & Co., Gaiage, Bay Street. "Gasoogne" Brings Fruit And Horses THE 2,681-ton (net) French S.S. "Gascogne" returned to Barfc*iioe on Thursday night at 7 o'clock from French Guiana via Trinidad. Along with 20 passengers from Trinidad, this vessel brought 33 tons of cargo which included 32 i cases of prunes, oranges, othvr fruit, derby oats and ink. Eleven race horses which took part in the recent Trinidad races were brought back on this ship. Owners of these horses arc Hon. J. D. Chandler. Mr. Victor Chase. Mr. Stewart Massiah and Mr. A. P. Cox. The "Goscogne" remained in port until about 2.30 a.m. day and then sailed for England via Martinique and Guadeloupe. It took out three passengers. Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd are agents. "Gloria May" 13 Days Overdue THE 98-ton Schooner "Giorm May" under Captain Graham is now about 13 days overdue. It was since December 24 that this vessel sailed from British Guiana for Barbados and r. "Athei Ruby" Caiis | Kerosene At Bridgetown QJ1 gj^j. ABOUT 1,15 p.m. yesterday, molasses tanker "Athol Ruby" called at Bridgetown from Britiih Guiana. The "Athel Ruby" will load here approximately 126,000 gallons of vacuum pan molasses for Trinidad. It did not take its berth in the inner basin of the Careenage before late yesterday afternoon. H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd., are local agents. "Lcander' Back Here LUXURY AUXILIARY ketch J.mruier, owned and skippered by Mrs. K. Bernard, returned to Barbados from the Grenadines yesterday. The Lcander sailed from here shortly before Christmas for Trinidad where Mrs. Bernard was to meet her husband who had flown over from U.K. Before leaving for Trinidad, Mrs. Bernaid told the "Advocate" that she intended coming back to Barbados for the New Year. ON DRY DOCK ON dry dock with Schooner "Marion Belle Wolfe"' is the 87ton Schooner "Philip H. Davidscheduled to reach Bridgetown *"•" This is the second schooner within three of four days. taken off the British Guiana— The Schooner Owners' AssociBarbados run for a short while atlon, vesscls's agents here, said for docking. yesterday that they had got no Both these schooners are to information leading to its locacome off dock some time ne^-t tion. week. Decree Nisi Pronounced NOW '-.?.* the Oi! Bill has been passed by the II\ Mr <>i>*n Taylor. Mr. St. vldson, Yacht Maya. T i V. Dacrwood. CUIr W*batr. M' "lliot llcrton. Mr. Yawl Slorlrbatkar, Sch. Sunahlna R, Sch. David McCsn'ry. Mr. Gordon Blaciirtian. Mary M Lewi*, Sch. Alexandrlna H.. Mr Clarence Alleync, Mr. Oliver King. ch. Franc** W. Smith, M.V. Blua Star. Mm Joan 11. HWlycr. Belt. Tiiril* Does, Sth Matuin Belle BirABTlll* Wolfe; Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon; Sch. S.S. Golfito. 4JOS ion* nl, Capt ReclnaM N. Wallace; Sch. Mandalay 11: Throb urn. for Southampton. Ami>. Vh. Mwri llenneiu; Swodlih Baryu.-nWilkinson Haynes Co. f" line Sunbeam. S.S. InltTpretsr. S S. Lea vim: ton war*;Mr. N. H. RrtCSa. Mra. N H. BVfat*< MaaKT C W. Bragge, Mra. lladlry. Mr. J. C. Harper. itUap, Mr. c w. r Batypr. Miaa D. Hartley. MUa M. Hartley. Mr Georse B Sharpe, Mr. W. Oi Jolin Undrrhlll. Mr. Duvld Underhill. Mr J R, Youiia". S S. Gaacogne. I.fiSI tona net. Capt. Prigeiil. for Bncland via Martinique and Guadeloupe: Asenta: H. M. Jones Co. Lid. Leaving by thl* veucl for Martinique Mia* Julienne IVfuiere. Mr*. Philosopher. ARRIVALS Axixillary Ketch Leaiider. lorn nel. CPl Mr. K. Bernard, from the Qreru.Clnei. MV. Athel Ruby. 311 tona nel. Capt. Lonadale, from Brlllari Ouiwia: A#*nt: H. Jaaun Jonea At Co.. Lid. rrawh S.S. Gaacogne. 1,641 tona net. Capt. Pruurct. from Trinidad, Agenta M Jone* at Co.. Ltd. Paaaengera arriving bv Ihls vessel from Trinidad were; Mr Ikla>r Crunaley. Mrs. Emma Talbot. Mj OabrtJ Q — ._ Yvonnet, Mr. 1-e.ler Wilkinson, Mr. SciMane Panujhil*. ford B Dowiwa, Mr. Gasper Grant. Mr. I OK OVAMU)DPI Oacar A. Padmore. Mr. Grlggy Holder. Mr. Thorn** R Ho^eil. IN TOUCH WITH BAKBADOS COAST STATION CAJ3IX and Wireless iW I I Ltd. rinlas. 8 S. P. and T. Sea fearer. S.S. •dvi** uuii ih*y C an now communicate Katy. S S. Samuel C Loveland. S S. with the following ships through their Itufliui, S.S. SpccUUUrt, S.S. Daso Bartoodoe Coast SUtlon— Frar-re, 9 8 Adelaide. S.S. DamoH.8. Braiil. S.S tM,,*, S3 Gahenes, S S lasdy Rodne>-. S S. BralanU. "ne. S.S. Dewdale. fej N -mess. S S. Denls.SSRIosu-a.Ble. aarajara. S.S. RaDlata. S S. Celestial. S S. Pacific Importer, S S Sundial S.S. Alcoa Pauiot, S.S. Brail. S.S. S.S. Marcator. S S. Imperial, cuePloneer Oem, S S. Mormaclem, S.S. bee. S.S. Lake Traverse, s S Campero. Baito. S S Strlx. S.S None Mountain. S.S. Nldardal. fl S. Nueva Andalucia. . Baao Arubs. S9 Arnica. S.S. SS Csvtna, S.S. GloXlna, 8.8. Tort rapanul. S.S. Alcoa Pegasus. S S. Cor* Amherat. TIIERK is .in udsndage of kerosene oil and from early morning yesterday until after live p.m. there were queues of people at the several Service Stations with their containers hoping to get a small supply of the now precious fuel. Cyclists with their containers were seen riding around in the search too. This shortage should be relieved soon, however, when the oil tanker "Rufina" which should have arrived here some days ago with supplies, comes from Trimdad. The j4drocaie learnt yesterday afternoon that the "Rutiiu had left Trinidad yesterday nt noon and is due sometime today or tomorrow. Mr. A. J. Hunte of General Traders Ltd. representatives of the Shell Oil Company for kerosene oil, told the "Advocate" yesterday that the shortage expem the past few days was due to the tanker not having arrived last week M wan expected, and UM abnormal demand of the fuel during the festive season. The tanker which was to have come about December 29 should be here today or tomorrow, he said, and then he had no doubt that the situation would be normal again. Mr. M. Scale of Messrs R. M. Jones & Co. Ltd., agents for the Esso Oil Company, had a sirnijar story to tell. "If the tanker comes today or tomorrow," he said, "deliveries by the agents to ous business houses should not be later than on /londay, :i fore there is hardly any immediate likelihood of the situation becoming acute." Fort Royal Garage Ltd is one of ihe places being besieged by householders in an effort to secure a little of the fuel. "Prom last Saturday there has been a rush for oil and we have been quite unable to cope with the demand," said Mr. V. Bayley in. charge of the particular department concerned. "It takes just a couple of hours for our daily quota to be exhausted." He felt that a serious state of %  ffL !" would develop should the shortage become acute. for southamp-! }" Ie of lhe ' %  had been combIN the Court for Diw: de short^l^nmonial Causes yesterday His Honour the Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collymorc, pronounced decree nisi ID the .suit of E. P, Cozier (Petitioner) and McD. Cozifi (Respondent). represented by Mr. W. W. Re-SCO, K.C., instructed ''> ;i1 C B, It. Gill. Decree BW ronounccd in the suit of W (Petitioner) and U. C. Dcnnv (Respondent). UotMT was Mr. E K. Walcott, K.C., instructed by Mr. L. K. R. (Jill. cold January. Warm blankets have liecn pressed into service. The temperature dropped as low as 68.5F. this week. The maximum temperature recorded at the ent Experimental S'.ation ..: m KM 80 F. and the minimum 68.5 and at Claybury : St. John, it dropped as low its (.9 F. On Thursday the maximum was 83.5 F. and the minimum 74.5 F. Wednesday was cooler in the day B3 B K hut warmer in the night —74.5 F, The coolest day was Thursday when 85.5 F. was recorded in ihe day and C9.5 at night. .cd to the general dis%  i Thursday morning. Hissex Police sub-station recorded 1 inch and 20 parts. District "C" 1 inth and 18 parts. District "A" 50 parts. District "B" 69 parts. District "D" 72 parts. District "E" 70 parts. Holetown 88 parts and Fnur Roaiis 93 parts. Farmers Suffer From Rains RAIN' fell heavily at District F and District i* OD Thursday night inch and 18 parts reapeVUvely trieta, Although no damage was known farmers sunYred some losses. < Khar districts were District A, rtS, District U. 69 pail trie* D. 72 parts and District E 70 Holetown had 88 parts and Four Roods, St. John. 93 parti. Roof Burnt A flre broke out at Bonk Hall yesterday about 2.30 pjx burnt part of a boarded and shingled house which is the prop' tar Beckles Lords Hill. St. Michael. T: %  Brigade under Capt, Press visited i i quickly put out the, lire. The house is insured for El25. Plumbers were working on the roof at the time of the occurrtfJjCSj, Questions In The House Ba ? R mFa <*"y suffers Another Loss In the House of Assembly on Ur. W, \ i Junior Member for St. Philip asked. "In cm • % %  I impossible, except by borrowing money tor the purpose, to provide public baths and latrmes m il and in view of the fact that the <>f public baths and ally the obligation of the local authorilunent make ihe n ec es s ary funds avaltabla to the Vestry, by way of a grant, for the erection of at least two (2) such baths and latrines in the said New Issue of Slumps Will Be Withdrawn TIIF. new ; mi l itan were put into circulation on October 10 last year, will be withdrawn next Monday. Jai the Advocate was infoi lerday. The usual Issue will than be. put into circulation until th* hausled about dollars and will replace the sterling issues. IT WAS reported that the Storehouse of Bornns Bay Rum Factory at St. Michael's Row, emigration to Cuba. sod entered between 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday and 8.30 a.m. on Thursday. A bank book witta an entry of $20 and four keys are missing. This is the second recent loss has suffered. Sir Edward Frankknd irsj among the first to jtvtim lhe theory of veUncf, whiA explains how the atoms at constitute ell matter art held together. This theory played important part in the suWouewt growth of chemistry. With Sht Norman Loekyer, British astronomer, fronUanddistoveni h*f rxijfrricc of helium in lhe sun. In addition, lie was one of the leading authorities m water supply, and instituted a system fa the periodic examination of water fa bacteria which brought him widtsprtad renown. Bom in Churchtown, Lancashire, in ISJS, Frankland was apprenticed to a druggist in Lancaster until h went to London at the age of twenty to study etiemistry. In 1J51 be was appointed professor of chemistry at Owens College, Manchester. iUtuming to London in iS;?, he held appointments at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, TheRoyal Institution and 7V Royal School of Mines. Ik was President of the Chemical Society from i$ji-}, and of the Institute of Chemistry from 1877^0. The Royai Society awarded him its highest honour—the Copley Medal— in 1&0.4. rionklondwas knighted in tSa?, five years befat his death. I LADIES... Injured 'rom Trinidad: Joan Mardall. George Mardall, Ma|oi rma*h Gordon. Winifred Gordon. 5 !" n V a Dorolhv Vos, Man, Kugler. r '"i Gaff^" _*? lc h ? l * d. Violet %  Ju-epli Lesii in i'AH 11 BXS — 111 B fl l A I. Mr. McDonald Rival. Mr. Jsck King. Mi Mr. Citda Medford. Miss' Palr.cia llaskell. Mrs Kathleen Kashel), Mr M-rold llaskell, Mr. V^lor I-: M.,r>rrarwls. Mr. Ajlhiu M.Kinstry. r David Mc Kinstrjr. Miss Diana MrKlnatry. Mr Hugh Psaiie. Malr. l>roy Alexander. M< laaRey Alexander. Mrs Glad> T.WI Drlavoll. Mra r, Dsvld assjlssty, MrR-M M a u j r a n Bdaart Cunberbaleh "ni-M P^SnlTudw Pel^T-J !" *;; M GUds Rld.nger. Mm f.ed. w.,. T|WlLny?^ -5 > •, P ?•' ^ n *•, J# T" "" Mr Clvde Madford. Uu. Palr.cia %  ?***• *'var Tajlor. John Taylor. Jr John Taylor. Ernast Thurman. Cecil ***5' i 1 ""'**" Ra>*ard. Oliver Ray%  JM. Conrad Wooding. L PVIedmawi. !" ,| > SI. Lucia. The Weather JODAY: '1*5 Qwrter) JWIIUIT n 1T p ro YM.MU. 10J in. <*miT.turc MO ^T. Wl "{0~l,,... m .,c,.. W liat's ou Today Police Court* al 10 M a m Meeting of Housing Board al 10 a m Practice Shoot. BRA. at OovtRule l ajn.t SS.Hg tJ p m ,,„ p ming the town, he said, and had taken some hours before succeeding in getting any. "My lamps are all empty and I would certainly have had to an!" t / n m y .I!f i # l xmrB lo, snl ha 1 not got this," he pointed out. bad left home since 9 o'clock in k,!| m r 0r ?'U g aml af ' r f, "" %  hW had failed to secure soerned disconsolate said, I am hungry but I | return home unUl I g,i there is none there." Steel Shed Packed At B.L.P. \J< rting IN SPITE (if the rdin the Steel Shed at Queen's Park was packed to caicity last night when Mr G. H. Adams, President uf the Barbados Labour Party and other members of the Party made light of the efforts of tlu Association to form a union so as to weaken the Barbados Labour Party, Speakers also ntfla work that the Party has done in the House during last promised greater effort* this year. Mr. Adams piophesu*f that when the Party came to address them next year Ministerial Status would be a reality, lie prophesied too. that the Labour Party would be returned in England whem. next Election was held there. Mr. T. W. Miller was present at the meeting and he appealed for support at the election for St .. All Mr • ondidature. Adams said that so lar they I to curtail what powt possessed. Hi that U of the Counkea to hampci 1 \ powers would they would really become just rubber stan ps, to u^e a raoai presaion of one of their members. RI10UA HARDING of Chalky %  1.1I Hospital morning in an unconscious condition and red in 1 bicycle .ueulent which about 5.10 a.m. on Trafalgar Square. Van Damaged Extensively AN accident occurred at about 3,25 p.m. on Thursday on Green . St Michael, between %  lor van P—174, OWIHHI b) J. A. Skeate, and driven by Vere oi HUlaby, St Thomas, and : %  • rj be thi Shall Conr* i driven by Iteginuld Porda of Daawoni Road. ,..!> damaged. Hunker Finrd FOR blackguarding before Henry Clarke on November 3, Ottie Haiawood a hawker of Rithinond Gap was fined S/in M or 111 default seven days' impris%  His Worship Mr. A. J. H. Ilanseliell yesterday. STICK LASH COSTS £2 A FINE of £2 to be paid in 14 itli's imprisonment was imposed on Fred llladcs of Bank Hall by His Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschel! yesterday for assaulting and wounding Clementina Bryan on November 20, 25 YEARS AGO I Barbados Advecste, January 7. IS 1923) The Bsrrini of thr America* j),*„ (Taken from the Leaadug Article.) We have not yet begun to realise in all its bearings the -i of the dosing of the doors by American to West Indian Immigration. There are still luffliieiit numbers of recent departures for large sums of money to continue to be sent back here fur the support of folk left behind. But there will, as time passes, be a gradual shunkage of taMse remittances. and this shrinkage will ba leile.ied in the reduction oi the purchasing power of the community. If some new outlet for out population is not found, moreover, the congestion locally must produce a very unhealthy condition of affairs economically. We have had much talk'of stopping We quite appreciate the difficult position and condition of affairs in that Republic; but to prohibit emigration as a remedy for hardships suffered on some occasions by our emigrants would merely be a case of the remeoy being worse that the disease. The Cuban door must be kept open at all costs; and the opiMjrtutiities offered by British Guiana should be studied. 3(^ NEW STYLES, POPULAR SHADES AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF HARRISON'S-BROAD ST. rllMllMi V 1 PRINTS IN I.OVI I 1 HI -K.N& QUALITY 3" Wide 67c. a Yd. 2 BLANKETS IN MANY DESIGNS & ylAIIllKS ll.M UP 3 SPUN SILKS BEAUTIFUL QUALITY IN PLAIN COLOUSS 3" Mt. Yd. 4 KHAKI DRILL 1.1 M ill <|l A1.IIV iHf. a Yd. 5 SUIT CASES IN MANY SIZES THANIS .',',*.:;'.' r '.',;:*.'.'SSS,'S,;'s,' USE GLOY RE X AL L COD LIVER OIL EMULSION An easily digested and palaf volume of \ I Sui; build up resistance against colds, i CM a Sus-pl) from . K \ I U II I S IIHI'U SIOIIIS IT'S A NEW LINE AND A FINE LINE TOO!! 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PAGE IOIR THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, j, BARBADOS &\Mmn\ T axi Iticldle At No. 10 Canada Needs People :>,. PublUhrd by The Advocate Co. Lid., SI. nroad St.. Bridgetown relay, January 7, 1850 (Ml S.eps Forward THE House of Assembly having accepted dmenls made by the Legislative „ Council to the Petroleum Rights Hill, it ^ the Statute Book. But this is not the final step before drilling for oil can bepin in Barbados. There are other formalities which must be observed and among these is the granting of mining rights and ipecting licenses to concerns willing to operate under the provisions of the act. This does no! necessarily mean that there is oil in commercial quantities in Barbados and that its exploration will increase employment and improve the economy of the island, but inasmuch as the British Union Oil Company, in association with Trinidad Leaseholds Limited, is willing to expend considerable sums with a view to ex 11] the possibilities of oil in Barbados, the Government should not hesitate to avail themselves of the offer. There should be no delay in taking the final step and giving the companies willing to undertake the exploration an early start. It is still unknown whether the quantities of oil found will change the face of Barbados, but having committed themselves to the policy of vesting oil rights in the Crown and deciding the portion of the royalties which should go to the owner of any oil bearing lands, the Government must be consistent and grant with the least possible delay mining rights and prospecting licenses. In the past history of this island many laudable schemes have suffered death by but with the future of sugar uncernd the need for an improved economy to support an ever growing population, it would be the antithesis of good ; < i inent not to entertain immediately the claims of the concern rcad.i and equipped for the purpose. The next step obviously lies with the Qovcnunant Applications for licenses can now be made and it only remains for the Governor-in-Executvc Committee to grant than to the concern ready and anxious to D with the job. Many criticisms have been levelled in the past, and some not without good reason, the method of introducing the new policy in petroleum rights to the public had contributed to the delay in the pa oili. The hill. too. w.i.s lubjeetad to In %  country wide camand after a bitter controversy which, it has the lull a more uroi I men! The end <>i (he i b and the question of oil txploi is Ilk,-iv • n aob finality in a short tune. of balanci n g production bii report but this cm neern MI tinlicense is granted. Ign of good ati and must be complimented on the in of its action in overlooking constiiutive %  iig to the amendments in I .1 on IB of compromise and if the ll it is I long time would have ra oil exploration began In this i By adopting the attitude which it .has. the House lias been able to get on the I %  k a most controversial pi. n al ,..o,„ri,„ , menti i which pie had despaired during the %  ii "1 the bill by the Legislature. has been accomplished it is up U) the Cloveinnient to give the finishing touches to the plan. Will Mr. Attlee Step In Or Out 9 II I olm Hroituaa The rr.ost commonly ibid story Minuter is short -ind simple. "An emply l.txl dm tip Hi 10, Dov i coder of the Socialist II* II. Ill nl Hod:*""" OTTAWA (By Mail) Canada's sources of immigration are drying up. This was shown during 1949 as immigration .inures dwindled from thou party in the way that a precise „u f more t han 125.000 to what and pa.nstaki.ft schoolmaster is P?.fV r P 1 1 1 "5?V nnnnn ifcic wpnr popular with his cla*. They reofficials estimate Will ff,*. 1 S ,K^ spect him for being fair and| The decrease indicated too that.the new. ink it i, o an,! would have delighted tto Victor^ uSuafchar^^ab^trcom: • prominent members of km moralists. These moralist* had !" ,fi the Cabinet think it is positively email use for brilliance ~ sad. They arc waiting to hear a di quite different %  street, nnd any other dazzlii. Me is accepted as being "all right." It is not the highest praise K •tory-'An empty quali.y that might appeal to light?*" \ u" !" lni !" lJ"SetSli Ii 10, Downingminded people on the Continent. iA'A??, in,> '" faCl Attle. Don nineMnit-K.iii The men they held up as exgood deal. Far more important is the effect a ^:!\^ l iA ^ n t^"?< rsw !}? Socialists For a long Cime, he i i H people sapet leadlly to wealth JUS ed that Mr Attlee ind •mlnenct, while their brilliant would last Ms full rivals shot up like rockets and the Socialist Party to the middle-class far more successfully d hta"* he *•-V' *" "T'' *'",* ",r restriction on immigration, probably in eon-! provided for by act of parliament at the session concluded in December. Without some widening of present restrictions, a further decrease in immigration might be enpected in 1950. Main reason for the drop in 1949 figures is a decrease in immigrants from the British Isles. In the, first nine months of 1949, the influx from this source dropped 47 per cent, to 18,285 com,-; pared with 34.588 in the similar period of %  1948 With the drastic devaluation of United! Kingdom currency, this could be expected to drop still further next year. Meanwhile, fewer displaced persons can definitely be expected. Exact number of per-, sons left in the camps in Europe is not known but it is estimated at 600,000. About 150.000 of these would be eligible for entry to Can-| ada under present policies. Most of the D.P.s left in the camps are the j "hard core," a term used to describe those j persons who because of age, disease or failing health, are not considered desirable as immigrants. Thus the sources of new Canadian citizens are disappearing, despite the fact that there are still many people in many parts of the | world who dream of coming to Canada, and despite widespread suggestion in Canada that this country could support a population many times her present 14,000,000. Agriculture Minister J. G. Gardiner has suggested that Canada should have a population of 50,000,000. During his last election campaign. George Drew, Progressive Conservative leader, suggested that 100,000,000 should be the aim. Proponents of a large population do not suggest that it can be done overnight. But a gradually-increasing number of immigrants could be absorbed each year. Thus, if Canada could assimilate 125.000 in 1948, she might take 175,000 in 1949; 250,000 in 1950, and so on. ,p*&2 nOUtl n nil, his prominence in by accidoni. He beSamuel amuefanTbia falU. are no V*! !" .*! """ ne .T" deputy lead! E The H.rT !" ££? iS?, pruj became the rout of 1931 hail never tired or pointing out was I-?*' „._ ... ... ..„„ lefl all the really big men lain, beaten in the racVby the Tortoise ^dt nf v !" wnntVd i^ liel.l. middle-class. If you wanted o He became kadi " '" Meo that these P |ck one man as the absolutely George Larobury could noi tree %  ncraltota were much averse to Weal example of the English ling, for. In spite of the professional class. Mr. Attlee Is there Wl f"i ,ublt ', 'be odds against the Tor""J !" *" W !" would t^k. U only people would talk ""''' are anything you care to When he is photographed among leji, aak for. The Tortoise only cornea the "workers' at a party rally Into the belting when there are •"' looks slightly out of place or, The few people who ihared tola aeveral Hares la the race and rather, as if he was back In his %  did they are more concerned with East End days. The mlddle-c'as.' not think there was anything a, butting and boring each other than did teei toT lon 8" time that tney all to be said for <: %  they are with taking the lead could not come to much har themselves. that leadenhl] That is partly the reason why Mi Alii,-, is where he is. but not to go u when the by any fheans the whole reason, troops were aqualb devirmlned Mr. Attlee is not a Tortoise. There to go the other way. is a great deal more in him than IT--%  — %  .„, ... .„i M hi dearest comrades wanted to He resigned, and Mr. Attlee admlt Th "^ c I Attlee from the.r P "Ml IhOUghU DM long befonMr '" '. "** %  dismissed them from their llii Infanti wbi went toddling to j orJ g the baby class wh, 'The Prime Minister is by no began to stop the gap are now „„.,,„,, a neg „ glblc „'„ eating buns In the N. ;., lo Attlee is s.'ill stopping the gap. Attlee. 0 TABLE T01 KNAMF.I. 12" x 30" BLACK GLASS, round, Vitrnlif, 18", 22", & 24" diameter AIIMINLM SHEETING, cut to a LINOLEUM, cut to size WILKINSON & HAVNES CO., LTU, C S. PITCHER & ( Phones: d472 & 4687 :;-.'-->'.-.-.-,•.-,-,-.-,-.•,..-,-.-,.,-,-.-.•.-,-,-.•,-,-,•,-.-, i~, re verj distinctly suii 'here Ii %  had particular Jj do. collected manner He would make .ki .J. pu S.' c 0 !" n "" (CeUent Prim. Mb. S,Z .^ sh p ot everything. That is the [Client Prime Minister In only sane meaning to attach to -TT tod, jy mnz Instead of this happening, immigration in think MiUbsa of ,.s ;i %  nl quallflcaUori for wieldtag dominion ovw palm and pins They Wei It Is true that Mr. Attlee has managed to net rid of quiito a number of palms, but nobody has managed to get i id of him. Ho Mr. Ai'tlee attaches. It Is not surprising. The wholo ltisii (<'|| of Socialist philosophy has been r written by middle-class men. The %  M ., Socialist revolutionaries who ever "" %  ? got anywhere except to Jail were N,, ilH^I ^ proach nea -Iy all middle-class men Not only is he courSocialism is a middle-class detcous to Jus political lusion and disease. SSSft b " heeven So. when ihe empty cab draws Tu ^ 2SJ? up at l0 Downing-itraet. we must .. i 'V',-1 STS' hopc tnal Mr A,lI * w step hi, He is popular with his noi out.—L.E.S. CHEERIO! Bernard Wlcfotetd \monu The Brewers... BVKB THOUGHT or !*..> a A jolly old laughing l cheer aiiout brewing. And it is quite i week Who win! : irn ,,[ tin king stink %  hair whota UVM making stinks in I SoMF p|| (1 >|. K n,,,.^ „ be gwvl | mu| | ba full of chamlcals Wail, so it is. But so are you and so Is roast puddings. I ofl.it s I liniifttlil ll)l \L1TY b only the avjnl lounrr of the mind, and where that, in a healthy and nurnial state oes. I hold it to br a prophro that realisation tan follow. —HORACE MAN'S. llrlling There HHEWING is a rather exclusive profession. There are about 4W breweries in the country and 1.400 qualified brewers to run thorn, Forty or 50 jobs fall vacant each year. You start at about £400 a year and can make up to £1 500 as an UDdfljr brewer. As a head brewer there g almost no limit to what you can get. t Until recently the onl> could become a brewer was to be ar.icled at £100 a year for two years to another brewer and then do a further year with a Arm of analytical chemists. Now you can learn a lot of the work In college at Birmingham Etiinburgh or Manchester. Well cheerio. LU was nothlnff w ** %  "= iwiiui io uiuirn 10 iiisituu oi tins Happening, immigration in Sf w 0 ^' a,u !. lh ? 1 %  ^e meaning the first nine months of 1949 decreased 16.5 per cent. With the outlook for 1950 still dimmer, new policies can be expected. Present regulations admit farmers from most countries with a minimum of questions asked; near relatives of persons already in Canada; and persons from the United Kingdom. Ireland and France with practically no restriction. In addition, specific groups which may from time to time be needed in industry, such as bushworkers and domestics, have been admitted.—(C.P.) Britain Faces Water Shortage ll> II.... (.HI., .i LONDON (By Mail) Despite her abundant rainfall, Britain will be faced with a water famine within twenty years unless a way can be found to cut its Si.me brewers keep the same use or build more reservoirs auicklv mm going ,„r gecrauon,. Ilk. A growing population and wiSr public liking for modern plumbing are outpacing construction of new storage facilities. Use of water his increased 30 per cent, in ten years and already some communities m unable to satisfy all demands. Industry and agriculture are competing with the domestic user for more water So fast is consumption of the wet stuff soaring that engineer estimated demand in 1970 will be double what it was when the second world war begun. The war interrupted expansion of the reservoir system. Now shortages of labour and materials make difficult the launching of a programme big enough to ensure adequate supplies at the current rate of increase in consumption. a riaT he Th n 1!C ^ il0n S US ns fif, y allons a day. That is modest compared with some western standards. Water-short New Yorkers, for instance, use an average of 110 gallons a day in thair homes. s A committee of experts designated bv the 1 Ministry of Health to look into the problem tTj. ll 1 nunal,on of w stage at from three to ten gallons per capita daily. The experts rejected metering 0 f water as £ BE** {" slead "** recommended an intensive public relations campaign to win the co-operation of consumers. It urged more research into means of detecting underground wastage and suggested industry reuse wherever possible. ""airy re.hlnm.h'T'L' a ' s mcn 'oned loss of water 5 n.,? ,& £ ky hU £ft ,hc runni "S of water nto the drain until u comes hot, and coninued use of automatic Hushing svstems n ho C .!aa"._Tc d p 0 ffiCeS dUri " ^"oayTlnS JAMAICA TOMATO Jt.'ICK—prr tin TROfT HAM. OilANGE JIICE—pir tin ROMAVS GINGER BAKE BIKCI'ITS—per tin ... ROMAY'S HONEY BAKE ItlM I I I ii.r lln ROMAYS PARMESTIKS BISCITTS—pr tin ... LITTLEM> Council. In .enerVr-XtthTuih ttT"^ CUSCd '"" *" *'counc'T, T P S"wtatl£W,%.* r „ u ,'i'j "<-• "' enounh —' '"'-' "** some forms o( iJZ,. •* i' "> to b. llahtly looked SL*P*< •> mum.l" lion u ,. |hp nJuS!^< V ""'i l '"'"" 1 ''" I ns reached shall do I'IIKI Phone GOB earlv for I S SH* %  '. ;: -to-p: m.m.ynnT.n^uVf'eSrSK; H? *~S*ttrtSE |2 S^T"'^ "•"" %  i. .. "*""• are o unanimous Hut one member can "'" ls '" "'ready deep seated „ n stccr """ IpwarS ihe Eu-II on M laaouyW nlc. Ihe opinion all thT res K*? I"" 1 *• Bri.uh Council beSu^dT^ t "^ ""•">' i! Huaa, 1 do not think tl_ p ^f" Un "" ""due amounl u f ^.""'•'i'.... '" "' r c <** would be ... "nl t£Z „ ' %  >• "nd e,cbWn^w. Pr .„ b d ^1 I AsiemblyVe,:; £. Tt.".IutaS '"" ^r";neh: I. or tbom! Important to realise *.i ..iv! lnd "? a toully uncull *~>?tt~wjez SLas-sffwiTw. &&*£*-*&& H H StAl.l .„ tK-oile,u,ut.rt or beauty: and JS "* W 'houW b. I Assembly nd th .t if ?".£ %  Uu nl '""n Kralch. It vo,d ' "> Barbadca. aw talk then U ""* Umo mbarraMlng beHouae. "*' tut the tiominalinn n f ..—^i C. R. LETTERS which are signed with a nci-da-nh.n k tmomponM by the customary bona f d"„ ^""oeianL^ Mony such reach Ihe Editor's desk whIknj'T ar. again reminded of the necessiiy iarthTwr^,'.^" lo be too !" to ,he Editor, not la, pubulotZ h„,* 0n aajuranc. of good fafti. r-u"couon, out a, m, KRAFT CHEESE-Macaroni SOI TIIWELI. MAK.VI.M..VDE AI'KICOT JAM IKVSTAL1.IZKD (IINGEB amon n smut RAISINS & ALMONKS CARRS tHEKSK CRISPS BALTID PEANUTS—Bots. 'ARKS CHOCOLATE LUNCH J. N. GODDAKD & SONS t


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PACK I THE BAUBADOS ADVOCATL SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, IKt %  ftWt trUhti t r~.h.H. Maria* Sports Barbados Polo Team For Venezuela Leaves On Monday YEARS ago. Polo in Barbado* Ue used to be a popular sport and many of us wtll remember tM days when it was played quitd regularly on the -Garrison. There was even a Polo Hut on the whirh was used by players for their clubs and otW polo sear. This Hut once was .1 familiar 'land mark' on thi* lai annah during the races, Just its the cannons in front of the S*nannah Club still arc to-day. The'Baby'of the team. is the youngest of the Dea.ie brothers. A good hoisem-n and an accurate shot displays verv consistent form. Mark Mthill. He Lv one of the best players in Barbados. Has an attractive easy style with excellent aontrol of the ball and possesses a variety of shots. Is particularly fond A I offM I Thorn a* I with %  other men met every Col R T Saturday on tt*| MirhHia. Garrison, at flr 1 ol to year a polo team from Jamaica paid us a visit during whuh ot r ; %  ;.rnt much from the vi .Itors and gave a good account dp %  On Mondnv January 0. IWa. of the Barbados Polo %  Dowding as Manager leaves by ft W I A I play a scries of .pact to rc21 This Is the first time a Polo team has ever left the island on a tour of th. ind rumours from Venring prop tn arrange* from |M %  is a brief 1 „nv — Col. R. T. Mni" Bfl %  %  aggressive player, ulwayi form. Illi,.l Will IH .:<• this short stock' %  Is eonaplcuoua on th* field lor hta hurl riding at. 1 da so. Jahii Marsh. Is perhaps more at homa on a horse than wh<-n he is sitting in a chair. Tho hard-hitter of the team, plays at No. 4 position, a hard rider, who clears the bull fcWaU. Their colours Wine and BUM. are those of the tftctOfiOU M 1939 the game quitoe*. team, which won the 1-started Advocate Challenge Cup. in the md the Barbacompetition just concluded, los Polo Club ormed by the It is understood that the tea:n ate Mr. H. A. *'U % ying at the Carac.s \rthur of RidgeCountry Club, and Mrs. Mkbtil 1 Pin. St. and Mrv Dowdiug will be accomHowever the game died away, and a few years ago the Pule Hut was removed from its site, dM old age'. In way hopanying the team. era 1 Tcsmia ;>e*rtta*. gUils*. ef*. m Levelling The Reef to be pall .. ired but work has not yet bepin. When an Advocate represcntaItd the BMI only the ground staff a 1 ing They were occupied with levelling the Beef by removing Monea from the playing field. It U understood that the Pavilion will be completed when more funds are acquired BG Gets Ready For Barbados %  GEOHGKTOWN. [Bl The Selection Commttl rd of Control nas ippoiotod Mr Gaorga A 1 %  whkh ill play %  gsjtnsl ckal Touinament In February. Mr. Camacho as custom iry has now joined the 1. Committee. The B.G. team is c\ leave Georgetown by B.W.I A. February 6. returning February 22 The lourn <). i-iiciini: February 21 I llii.it William. s l Italy"* Cycle Rgea Ends In limiii' This Year MILAN. Jan. 5. bute to the "Capital ul lly". The change *as made to com%  Holy "i I :..il in Mllun, mi, and the:. iouth t fc -Outer. Hah D.f.alSpurn -IN BASKETBALL Italy u |] poults t„ 35 in the lnternulioru.1 Basketball .-nt here to-dav Italy led 18/15 at half HUH-. I with half lime feuii-M : Belgium beat Yugoslavia 19—24 (20—18): Finland beal Austria 58—14 <3b-101 To-moriow Finland meet Poland an" lush wuh A ust 11 a.—Renter. UveipOfOl I ootlwill J Vain MUJ Tour Colombia i i'OOL. Jan. 5. Liverpool Football club, prcdlvlslon i of iii< Football LeaKi,< lo make a 7 weeks' tour of Colombo, goutfl Axt* ginning next May. (ialvez Wins MHIUH 312 MILES PER HOUR \ \ Mm IK P V tjMllli. 1pm t.r Bfrkr. 1 IB p m Twmlv I P m Thr Sr.,. 1 |0 pin WaSBjt Jff—t fnum BrlUln. Ill pm Riiiil* McPh.n %  In* Thtr Orgn ) JB p m V-n.-ty Baimbvjn. IX mm • B " Th. Dtlb Rwvk* 4 U PM Uli.li' from Ihr BSAVtas; S pm IiMcii*r. 5 M p w -..-klne. 3 JO pm Intvtludr. • pin ffci.inlay n1il iUivc dalr. 1pm The mm, 7 10 pm New. A Behind th* Now*. 7 U i < p m tUdlo Nr*'l. 11} P m riiillurnMMUc Otxhlr; p m Britain I II p m UuMr l,.-n ihc Mi VMS. 10 p m ghdUh Maaailn* 10 Ju t l -ii IhN* ihinem. It 41 p ivfci> ipoili rtvlf*. 11 pm %  IZiJT JafHtn For 1952 Olympics TOr^ in l5i will lie nV Japanese Otympi > chief f Uii %  .( %  . %  %  %  said Uien %  reaented lo tin —Reuter. \oel Baker Delayed BOMBAY. Jan. I. Philip Noel Baker. Bi. rclary for Commonw... hfa party left here for Colombo to-day after a 5-hour to engine .rouble. B O.A.C. plane landed 3 ot the 4 eoflneg working, and the party on its way to the Commonwealth Foreign Ministers Conference in C*y .r.ued the Journey in .t special plane. During his stay in Bombay, Mr. Noel Baker was received by B G Kher. Premier of Bombay Province, and high officials. —ReuW. Jap Gold For Siam W urtiint' Services TOYKO. Jan.. . icnt of Japanese lyment for Siamese war%  :i Toyfca yssurlean plane York. The United Suites last September luthorletd the release of 40 tons of Japanese debts to former All.es and Indola spite of a taaf by other mnV Kastern commission to \. Mcalva a share i3.ooo.ooo Unit* The gold will be de., Reserve Bank In New York, and become part of Slam's Cnrreni-y Reserve. Frs/icf • .nnounced V .p Indo—Reulrr. China Wants Good Relations WITH INDIA LONDON, Jan, 6 Communist Chinese Foreign Minuter Chou En-Lai has told Indian Prime Minister Pandit Nehru in a note that China is willing to establish diplomatic relations with India, according to a report received in London fioin the New China News Agency. Chou. replying to a note from Mr. Nehru on January 4, said In his reply, according to the agency "the Peoples Republic of China is willing to establish diplomatic relations with India on the basis of equality and mutual benefits and mutual retvw.; '*-r territorial sovereignty, and hope that your Government will send its representatives to Peking lo conduct talks on this matter" —Renter. Petrol Floods Industrial Area LONDON. Jan. 6 A tank containing 900.000 gallons of petrol burst todny near Sundsvaal iNorthern Sweden), Stockholm radio reported. There was no fire but the petrol flooded a considerable industrial area causing great damage. The loss if rtUmated at about 1,000.008 kronor. —Reoter Sydney Strike Paralyses Port SYDNEY. Jan. 8 A complete strike of Sydney t 8,000 waterside workers tonight paralysed port activity, tied-up 51 foreign and inter-state ships and ihreatened to spread generally to the whole Australian coastline. Workers were protesting againti the employment of men not members of the Waterside Workers Federations First Aid Officers on %  : aeai reaaelk. —Renter Italian Emigration Discussed ROME, Jan. 6. Italian Foreign Minister, Count Carlo Sforza today discussed with the Chilean Ambassador in Rome. Don Alfred Rosenda, the possibility of increasing Italian emigration to Chile. Officials here calculate that at least 2,000,000 Italians must emigrate soon to solve the country'* employment problem. "Phantom* Adrift MISFORTUNE befell tho fishing boat "Phantom" on Thu.sday when her crew took her out tor a catch. Strong winds ripped her sails away rendering her helpless in a choppy sea. The "Investigator" which was also out to sea spotted her early and towed her in. The "Phantom" is owned by Clem Marshall. SIKHtrs THE FMXEST SFJ.E€TM0S OF wn SFECLtLSU CENTS' "CUTE" SFOET Ung Sleeves Mottled Shantung—Shades j Grey. T,, Green. Fawn 8H*. GENTS' "ELITE" WHITE SHIRTS Turbentsed Cellar attached—88.47. GENTS' KHAKI SHUTS—Collars attached, nice ska. \ Good quality ".68 Slie* 14 to 174 inches GENTS' KHAKI and WHITE t| LENGTH Hlisi SI. 30 Pair GENTS' KHAKI TIES KHAKI HANDKERCHIEF, GENTS' "SLUMBERTYME" PYJAMAS Sbea 38—48 Price 83.74 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID. 10. 11. 12 & 13 Itoad SltM. Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy) i Backache, Kidneys Strained! Truman Advocates I ION. Jan. 8. Ti uman .11 the Annual today urged conUnltad Statas %  wltfa need." in future yean the United tek a world-vide itii'iiiaUoiial trade %  mil m larger imUM United States and t.ine Increase thi United States' own standard of living. —Reulcr Nights, or aufirr !rni [>lnln*. N.-TTHI.T n*M, a*cKftcl). L->* PIMM. Mwollrn Anklrm. MNimiiim. Biititlnf PMH|><, I;...-, AeldttT. Or LftH" of Kn.rey *IMI f-.l ohl h,-lgr jour llm. Kidmy Troulilr u ibe Uu* Wrong foods and drlDfcx. worry, cold* ot overwork mar 'rnk in *<*•• of acids snd place A heavy attain on your kldnrvi •o thai th*jfunction poorly and B*d help lo propsrir puriry vour blood nnd malnUm hri.lth and ncrer. 3H.lp KklMy. DKtoc', W., r vr*4 bv Ml* ... actual pre,ctk UWt a quick and aura way to hlp th* kul ntjn clean out ti.ni pitlaotta and acid" la •ma a Klcntltlcally prrpared ixoacrlntioB ailed Cyitaa. Ilundreda and hundreds .. Do. tot. recordprove this. No Benefit—No fmf Thr leiy flr-t d.jj,. of CystaB goes rlghi (0 wirtk n-l|iinu >it|r Klilii'vn remo.e - ces a.ld. Qultkiv. thii IBHUU Ilknow agnln. And *o certain are the mnKera lk*i Cystov will tnu>ry you comnlvtoly they auk you to tn it umirra mone> l.-.k rwnwt yu be (he jndie. If n. 1 entirely ixi-n.d lu-t r.itn tha empty paefcasa and >t your n-unry bock. Cyiten (Sl-t > coatlltlla at chfltnlals ana the nnmv b*< k gunrantrr prof_" yon, so buy your tt..tiii ( iit today gf* /or K I 0 N I Y J 111(11 I.. .1 .../!./. >...<, RH1UM4TISM Cystex: i Ive Childrt-a Uii' In Montana Fire Jan. 6. were burned .0 leath tod n swept .hrough u iwo-.-u thers were seriously burn%  d and tour cwaped injury. —Beutcr. Burnrtl To Fighl WHsh Ilua\\\\i<;hl LONDON. J %  ri to light Jt.lini,. i %  turn w. January M, The promoter, Jlmri %  contest aa an alia tha top ihghi ol ht the Chafohi lought for %  partner to Frei>;. 8 Fight t-Ue Krtll.l TWO BANKERS ARRESTED SELS, Jan 8. Slums leading u.nk11 d with Implication m vi ..: 10.250,000 Belgian francs, it was disclosed today. ton Cysjkani "All the do 111 the hands of the police.* —Reuter liarliiulos Turf Hull NOTICE %  invited for ... %  1 avaiopai %  ind ad%  1 .111 noon on Saturday 14th January. 11*50. The Committee does not 1 %  ttd the highest or any othet i< G. A. LEWIS. aacratar] ,t they'll Do i WHB^VOJvSNT-ro -A IS WAR'/ERTVWN >OJR BOO,* WnEN yxR GAR S06S 0N*E SLIN^IZdKC THSC. TAKE E 6 OlS iCECU. r ONES cou tOOk BY f-lVtht1-rvinniiieul nay! urn' m "CANNON" GAS COOKER — or — GAS HOTPLATE For full particulars apply to 1 1 11: BOOK .AS to. 1 1 1 1. or 10. %  %  %  %  ,::::;-ssssss/ss,-ss-'.::::;;:::::::::: BARBADOS TURF CLUB SEASON 1950 •I \MIIMi \| ( 4STI.E (.KANT ST. JOSEPH "O. T. C." ITANIHHa il M It VMllAl.t: PLANTATION, ST. PETE! "BATTLE FRONT ul ..IIIIKIII MVRES IU.M OTHKI >l\.:l. VOM 1 1 I. I1.M cHk nek wrvicr •• •> M v.:. 1, 11 1,, rclurn lor out ml only. %  .. k> OV, ippll rrspo.livc• Grant st temtb %  Plt.i. Sl Ptlfi 1 WDING \T RI IKIUV. ST. GEORGE "PRIDE OF INDIA" 1 Ba> or Brow %  hont IMS l.niih No. t a) ctako ami of .H.m Foal Slako.. .houMnd Guineas lo Mv BJUI nnd Tht CobUci Thorouihbred Mara, onlv icead six l) •U.M awl $1.N Ika Graaaa per Sarvlaa. K (ivmi lha name ol tha :i must reach tha • %  -b no, uurua, noon oo Sa.u,G A LEWIS. Seer, 1.1M 21 Prosperous Wew year IS THE SINCERE WISH OF IOLLIXV HUM. STORES KediffuMiiii Protjraues WECANSMPLiFMUH STOCK %  %  (K1T1AL GALVANISED STEEL WINDOWS and FRENCH DOORS # Outward opening CASE'.!" 5 feel or 6 feet high with Ventilators, an ing* and Locks a Outward opening FRENCH DOORS feet 9 lnchaa high with Ventilator!, ail nHif CRIJTAH McflasarS B Fittings and Locks. y—Phoae 42S7. YOUR ENQUIRIES ARE INVITED. WILKINSON & HAMS CO., Ill TELEPHONE SERVICE ST. J6WI EXCHANGE. = JniMr> nh. UH. U*L PauWTATlO I S 1 f. ""a atacUl .00 a It Dane. Kuilc ,•-"• CbSd a '*" *• Vnmwmt sumlortlaa • m U£ S d %  **• Choir It IS &USJE,. nl by El-flvn Road. •^b, a-do* Wtmrn z War "-• N(. is a.m iwir l-.ii l*an l_| p m Mi %  %  ftSaV-. * nan gqL vm> ttoaaao, iit^S IS Noon is^ai' ?e -ssa.;^"-tasVBjra.g}H *ADIO UI8TBBLTI0N BAHBAlHIt-l LTD. (NUMBERS COMMENCING Hi) C0NVBB8I0N TO AUTOMATIC (DIAL) SATURDAY 7TH JANUARY, 1960. TH BARBADOS TELEPHONE CO. LTD. U pleaal* announce that at one o'clock on the afternoon ol Sana* IM 7ft o( January lso, Automatic (dial) telephone ** will be introduced in the St. John Telephone Exchange Ar The introduction of automatic (dial) service will to"* changes in the subscribers telephone numbers and a %  •*• ment to the current Directory covering these number chW" and giving specific Instructions to all subscribers lor ca and from the St John Exchange, has been distributed Brt*' the number change Involves the insertion ol the ugu !" Place of thi dash alter the 05 c ,s-oi becomes 95201. From the time ol conversion all subscribers connerteil the Sl. John Exchange must use the dial telephone to •* and recei.; c.U n d follow the instructions contained to above mentionet supplement and In the current ftt me of the dial telephone. In the case of calls to Si. John subscribers (i.e. to nua** "Mhmaocing with 15) from numbers commencing with %  *' or I. .ubacrtbars are porUcularljrequested to note th" *" hearing the normal dial lone and dialling B5 the dial aj|i *>•> 8t John Exchange should be heard, after *t* %  %  Ihree dlgiu can be dialled. Do not dial the renOsl Ing tnre. digits unUl the St John dial tone U heard**' example: to c ^l MM,, u^ ^^^ ge ^ 10 , dial *| listen for the dial too, then dial 201