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FAUSTRALIAN DEAL IMPROPER”

( arvey Pegs
Prices In B.H.

rotest Meeting Called

fof

es BRITISH HONDURAS, Jan. 14.
NSINESSMEN have called a meeting of all
’ merchants here today to discuss strict import
id price control, just imposed b; the Governiaans
srevent too rapid a rise of the cost of living, as

‘yesult of devaluation of the Honduras dollar in
} amber. e Represe.tatives of a Peopie’.
Br | Committee have also been invited
{vo the meeting.
| The controls cover 130 commodi- '_
ties ranging from salt to cattle-on-
| the-hoof, and _ including bread, |
ic ended For meat, milk, toilet arcicles, agricul-|
w tural implements and_ bicycle
parts, and local products.
The_ Government has also call-
ed on importers to supply inven-
| cories of all goods landed, to-

\C. Barrister
Soviet Walk

Out Causes
Deadlock

In U.N. Security Council

isconduct
Advocate Correspondent gether with their wholesale cost
and retail prices.
GETOWN, B.G. Jan. 14. The Governor, Mr, Ronald Gar-
full Court of Appea: today| yey, in a broadcast has asked
ad Barrister J. O. FP. everybody to co-operate in the

from practice for SiX| new “restrievions”. He also an- heme. Nene telaeve fens t-
following investigations) nounced the start of road con-| viet delegate, Mr. Jacob Malik
misconduct charge. The! ctruction to ease unemployment. | will not return to the United Na

also ordered six months’| Out of the population of about
nsion of the same practi-~| ¢9990, 1,134 people are unem-

on another charge of mis- ployed in’ Belize alone—Reuter.
put ordered such period z Lit

urrent with the period : os ~ “
cone First Pilgrimage

d in the other complaint.
To Holy City

tions Security Council after his
second walkout last night, until
two more members recognise the
Chinese Communists. This would
give a chance of approval for a
new proposal to exclude the Na-
tionalist Chinese delegate, - Dr.
T. F. Tsiang.

Informed circles agree that the
United States held the key to the

one case the court found
Haynes had retained six
re and twenty cents of his
is money for an unreason-

Jong time, and, although —-FOR TEN YEARS problem, Should it formally re-

! may not have been an cognise the Peking Government,
Wition to defraud it is none ROME, Jan. 14. |many felt that Tsiang might
misconduct. The first Roman Catholic Pil-} gracefully stand down, leaving the

though the amount in issue| grimage to Jerusalem for 10’ way clear for the return of the

this court cannot disre-| years will leave Rome by air on Soviet delegate and appointment

fact that many persons| February 16, the Holy Land/of a Chinese Communist repre-
colony are very poor and] Pilgrim Office announced here to-| sentative.
it is often the poorest who} day,

most when small sums; The occasion will be the cele-
we been able to raise are| pration of the entry into Jerusalem

negligence or misconduct} 5f the New. Catholic Patriarch,
egal practitioner”. Monsignor Alberto Gorie. The
. Pilgrimage will be a six-day
trip, which will include attendance
at the Patriarchs first solemn
, High Mass in the Holy City, and} Appeal Court today confirmed

practitioners do not appre-| Visite to the Tfoly Sepulchre on) annulment of a former”

ithe distinction which must} Mount Calvary, and the Mount/of the
Wiiawn between a client’s| of Olives, Bethlehem, Nazareth

and money received in| and the Mount of the Beatitudes.
nt of fees and added: “We During these visits, they will cross
j necessary to impress on| both Arab and Israel territory.
ters who practise as Solici-| They will fly back to Rome from
the absolute necessity of| Lydda airport. —Reuter.

a client's money separate -
their own and of keep ng pea
books of account.” or Efforts Made lo
Relieve Flood Areas
IN BRITISH GUIANA

other case of misconduct
on the use of the
another legal practitioner |
titor without his knowledge |
{Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Jan. 14.

The Governor told the Legisla-

ture that every effort was being



—(Reuter.)

Rossellini Now

solute Necessity

‘th course of the decision, ROME, Jan. 14.

commented that many

<

to marry Swedish Star, Ingrid
Bergman, Early this morning
Miss Bergman and Mr. Rossellini
got the news by long distance
phone in the Director’s luxury flat
here. Friends said that the Swedish
star was “wildly excited. Rossel-
lini’s wife for 13 years, Signora
Marcella De Marcais said, “I can
understand Miss Bergman's love
for Roberto. I am sure she can
make him happy”. —Reuter.

ves

signed

Youth Movements
Flourish In

West Germany

FRANKFURT, Jan. 14.

A 700 per cent increase in mem-
bership of youths’ organisations
since 1946 is one of the most en-
couraging developments in Ger-
many, Mr, Lee Wilson, retiring

htef of the Youth Activities Sec-
tion, Americ 1 Military Govern-
ment, said here to-day.

He said that the present mem-
bership in the Organisations in-
cluded from 25 to 30 per cent of
youths aged between 10 and 25.

About 510,000 youths in West
Germany between ages of 14 and
18 are out of school and unem-



‘consent “Such conduct is}
upon a client who is led to
that he has independent
®and services, of another
oner as counsel or solicitor
tbenefit he does not in fact| made to bring quick relief to the
and it also misleads the) food areas on the coastland. The
| before _which the matter} onsulting engineer already en-
‘for adjudication.” | gaged is devising ways and means
yhes was also ordered to pay | to improve the entire coastlan¢é
of the proceedings, $75. | drainage while work already start- |
ed to endeavour to appraise losses
. —(By Cable.) | prior to planning relief measures.
lie aetna rain The Public Health Department
is taking precautionary ere
ac ‘ \ . . »’s health in the
ms Team Defeat) tated areas
, Placards and handbills were dis-
cad Yacht Club \ tributed explaining the manner in
; | which water in the flooded areas
PAUL FOSTER). | should be used as it is feared
RT- | water from drainage trenches may
’ ee han, Jan. 14 ; | have found its way into fresh
the B acht Club werei| water canals used for drinking
Is the Y arbados team to- | and domestic purposes.
—. acht Club waters.| People are asked to boil all
800d attendance and |

b . ; water being used for drinking as| pjoved, —Reuter.
_ boys had things all | well as cooking, washing, and ae ‘
“Boo” maa, G. Grace, K. ; wherever artesian wells are lo-
atterson and J, Fos- ; cated residents are asked to use

= Scored a goal, suca water freely.

‘ prtuatie Nin yg end final| The Red Cross will also organs

iee a on Sunday | ise branch committees, the object

cd e Acting Gov- | being to assist necessitous cases.

» henison, will attend. Rains have held up, but most
areas are still under water.

—(By Cable.) )

Will Speed
Weather Forecast

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.
The United States Government
is setting up a 90000 miles coast to
coast landline network linking 40
of its largest. cities to speed up
weather forecast for pilots.
—Reuter.

Pope Makes
Recording

NEW YORK, Jan. 14.

Pope Pius XII has made a
special record of his, Holy Year
prayer in Italian, Spanish, Eng-
lish and German; and of the
Papal Benediction in Latin, a New
York company announced to-day.

Pope Pius, it was added; author-
ised the making of the record for
Milan, which is dependent on
the benefit of the Catholic Uni-
versity of the Sacred Heart in
donations.—Reuter.

One Creator

LONDON, Jan. 14.
Radio, quoting

—By Cable).

MIALISTS AND TORIES
P“LOPHESY DEADLOCK
U.K. ELECTIONS |

; LONDON, Jan. 14. |
i beliet that Britain’s February 23 General Election
WE both in political deadlock was expressed by sections
Bollowe:. ao and Conservative supporters here to-day.
per cent € two main parties said that a turnover of
BS Bocianc in the total vote of the 1945 Election, which
ati “ists into power might be sufficient for a decisive
ve victory next month.
that on the Party's record in the!

Ri 9 P M
© t S e @ j|total of over 50 bye-elections|
. War Chi f | eld since the present Parliament

was elected, a swing to the Right |
sufficient to turn the scales has!
i. ,. CAIRO, Jan. 14
Ene Minister Nahas Pasha has |



Many Conservatives believe

already been shown. Vatican

But Labour, while recognising

round] Free To Wed. Ingrid Stud

Italian Film Director Italy, Belgium,
Roberto Rossellini, waiting here} and Luxembourg will

sul
noted Italian physicist Professor





t IN A CALM SEA, yachts which will soon be taking part in the Barbados Royal Yacht Club Regatta,
;ride at anchor. Picture taken from the Aquatic Club.

‘ASIA IS URGENT’

Concludes Co

THE SIX-DAY CONF

lombo Talker

COLOMBO,
ERENCE of

Tan, 14,

} ihe State Department said,
| Department said that it was vo\

|
{
}

‘ | personnel
Commonwealth| na, when completed, official 1-

Foreign Ministers, which concluded hcre to-day, agreed

that there wag “no inconstancy” between British Policy in|
eVestern Europe and her links with the Commonwealth

“4

.
Half Ton Of Pig ,
'
BOLTON Eng., (By Mail). {|
Billy, the biggest big in
the world—he weighs half
a ton and is eight feet long ’
—has been sold to an ||
American farming syndicate }
for $2,940.
Billy is now on show in
Bolton but is scheduled to
be flown to the U.S. at the
end of January.
(INS)



France Italy
And ‘Benelux’
y Union

PARIS, Jan. 14.
The Finance Ministers of France,
the Netherlands,
meet in
Paris on January 23 to study the
creation, of an Economic and
Monetary Union between the five

countries, it was officially announe-

ed here today.

A new conference of experts of
the five countries will be held on}
January 19 to give finishing}
touches to the preparatory work |
done by a conference of experts
in December.

The meeting will precede the!
meeting of the Consultative Group
of the ‘Organisation for Buropean|
Economic Co-operation in Paris on|
January 26, —Reuter.

Rescue Workers Dig |

. 5 i: |
Into Mounitain-Side |
For Trapped Miners

MAHAWOY CIty, |
Massachusetts. Jan. 14,
More than 100 rescue workers
dug feverishly into the side of al
broad mountain here to-day in an;
etiort to reach two miners wrapped
by a cave in at the old Boston}
colliery yesterday. The. rescuers
were being directed by tappings
believed to be coming from the!
trapped men, Joseph Burda, aged



30, and his 25 year old brotner| ,

Edward. Another brother, 19-!
year old Frank, was caught up to|
his knees by falling debris, but
managed to save himself by lit-}
erally jumping out of his boots.
—Reuter.

$43,700,000 In
Gold Goes To U.S.

CALIFORNIA, ‘Jan. 14,

Big four-engined planes landing
here under heavy guards are be-;
lieved to be flying $43,700,000 in}
gold bars from Japan to New York. |

Crews of the planes are armed
too. The gold is understood 10 he
the property of the Kingdom of
Siam. A state department spokes-
man said to-day that Siam re-
cently notified the United States
Government that she would send
about $43,000,000 worth of gold to
Tokyo, to be kept in the United
States as a currency reserve.
American occupation forces found)
it “earmarked” for Siam in pay-
ment for “services rendered” to|
Japan shortly before and during
the early part of the last war.

—Reuter.

RUSSIANS







€ powers of Military > reco , Levy, said today that herr
fr of Egypt " y their reduced majorities in ‘bye-! Ajbert Eiastein’s new theor es HONG KONG, Jan. 14.
| @bolition of Marti: elections, point oyt that they re-) weze not incompatib’e with the| A Nationalist spokesman in
Toduced wher, artial Law,/|tained all seats won or held in! Catholic faith. Formosa to-day alleged that
in nen Egypt went | 1945. Labour also argues that fcr He said that, according
Palest
estine, was . the
Gemands os as one of the

: " Conservatives to
* his Nationalistic

profit, .a

ie dist Party t Socialist loss of eight per cent! theories gave the

Ma! Election. 7... Won the | would have to be distributed over) system its proper place

! WS Pag) aoe ae eek the country in such a way that its! the philesophic system had beer
te Sine Pa, as dismissed |most telling effe pon; deficient in demonstrating that
tee the 319... = 1944, controls | those istituencies where the} all . appearances .. of. created
is * Seats in Parliament. } Labour majority is smallest. matter reflected to one. Creator.
j —Reuter. —Reuter. ' —Reuter.
+

Professor Levy, the new E nstein | helping the Chinese Communists
philosophic | plan the invasion of Formosa and
So far| the Chusan Islands, according to
i Chinese

reports reaching here
The spokesman was reported
have declared that a Russiar
| military group was stationed st
Ningpo 34 miles, west of Chusan

Annowncing this, the i.nai com-
muniqu@ of the
that 1t Mad been intormeu vt
“current political
Europe ana tne

Lait
Midaie bast, ana

to promote closer co-operation,
vOlu pulitical ana e*onomic,

ius @pphed, the communique
sald, botn to co-operation among

the coumtries of Western Europe,

and between them and the Unneu |

states of Canada,
rne coOmmuniquie said that it

Conterence salu|

situation in

; OL steps which were being taken]

|

|
|

was recognised that, in the changea |

concitions in Asia, progress
pends mainly on an improvement
of economic conditions”.
recommendations to be
to the Commonwealth Govern-
ments is a proposal to establish a
committee of Commonwealth
countries with the object of im-

“de- |

Among | Wvuld
submitteu | Spring ol

}
ment takes an extremely seriou

4

Chinese Seize

U.S. Consulate

In Peking
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.
Chinese Communis: au
; hortie®in Peking seized Ameri:
a Consular property were i
}say d@spne protests by the United
}
| ‘

The

‘es, the State Department
nnounced.,

An_ official announcement saic
the seizure was carried oui “des

; bite our protests and our an
; nounced intention to withdra
; all American officials and sia

from Communist China,. if ih

Chinese Communists attempted t

-elze our office and properties.”
The United States Govern

view of this situation, whic
constituted a flagrant violation ¢
their Treaty Rights and of
most elementary
icrnational usage

the
Standards o,
and conduc

Th

preparing
recall of

instructions for ith
all American official
from Commun st Ci-

erican establishments in Com ju

nist-held territory would be

closed. There are 135 Amer'c

officials and dependents throug

out Communist China—Pekin
@ On Page 13

Russia
Expected
Jap Attack

In 1934

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14
Stalin expected that Japa
attack Russia in he
1934, according to
William Bullitt, first Amer can
Ambassador to the Soviet Union

Bullitt’s statement was included
in the second volume of “Foreign

proving conditions in Southeast} Relations of the United States’’

Asia, and the final meeting will be

neld in Australia, it was stated.
Satistied
The Conference noted with

satisfaction the recent settlement
in. Indonesia, and had also dis-
cussed conditions in Malaya, Indo
China and the Far East

The communique said that Asia
was the main
and “an area of
Distinguished visitors mor
than 50 reporters watchel the

nal open session of the Confer-
ence in the Senate Hall

Eleven plenary meeting Lave
been held since the Conference
opened on January 9.

As the Common wealth Minister
were concluding their Conference
the new Mayor of Colombo, Dr
Kmylan Rutnam, opened a “Peace

tocus of 4
special urgency



Conference,” organised by the
Ceylon Communist Party. The
2,000 delegates, who attended,

issued a pamphlet attacking the
Commonwealth Conference, and
calling for “mobilisation against
the war plans ot (mperialism.’
—Reuter.

Unknown Pirates
Seize 5 Jap Boats

TOKYO, Jan. 14.
Armed patrol vessels, whose
nationalities are unknown, have

ized five Japanese fishing boais
off the southwest tip of Japan in



|
4

issued by the State
tonight

Stalin

Department

told Bullitt this
United States recognised the Soviet
Uasion
Marshal Voroshilov and Litvin-
*, then Soviet Foreim Minister,

i Iso told Bullitt that they expected

rm imminent attack by Japan
Litvinov said that Jtussia was
vnder great pressure from France
ft oin the League, and that the
ryombers ef the Soviet Guovern-
ront eonsidered an attsek by
n in the spring s probable
{'°t everything possible must be
¢ e to secure their Western
frontier

|
|



|} meat is
| about

— (Reuter |

Germany Has No
Say About The Saar |

BONN, Jan, 14
French Foreign Minister, Ro
bert Schuman, tonight told re
porters that the German Gover!
not entitled to protes
any acvion in the Saar. He
speaking ut a reception giver
by the French High Commissicne
i was replying to an_ earlier
ss statement by Dr. Adenauer
Phe peace treaty will of course
tle the final s‘atus of the Saar |
*d may change the present posi- |
1. But meantime the Germal
Gcvernment nas no standing in|
the matter, The Saar is not in-}
«ded in the Federal Republic.

the last five days, Japanes : ; dan

i Aci “aadint Schuman said “In any case,

ry k “ials declare is Fh OGRs
ae officials declared te what we are doing in the Saar i }
“Barli ° fully within the framework of the |
Earlier radio reports from] ‘Vy. ae tae the |

xi agreements with th

fishing boats said that an un-| © tee oh dares to the ex-
» , ‘ ‘ > oe > ¢ 3 o . ‘

t 5 seiz Ss Ganr” —Keuter,

though no positive identification] <°°"
was made. Maritime official |
said that Korean and Chines: 7 A LW ‘ \
patrols had _ previously seized} UK nd Germany |
Japanese fishing boats south of| in . |
Japan. lo Discuss Trade |

e —Reuter.

Britain’s Influence |

“Vital To Europe”

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14.
Former Belgian Premier, Pau
Henri Spaak, said today tha
Br:tain’s influence was vital t
furope to counter-balance Ger
many. “if Great Britain turn
away from continental Europe i
will
the latter, but in the long
I am
a misfortune for Britain too.”
—KReuter.

HELPING



[s'and, from which the Nationa’
ists
of the Yangtse river.

The Nationalist spokesman al

be a great misfortune {v1
run
convinced that it wll he

CHINESE COMMUNISTS |

SAYS NATIONALIST SPOKESMAN

FRANKFURT, Jan, 14. |
Britain and West Germany will)
cpen extensive trade negotiations |
in Frankfurt on February 15, an
|; authoritative British source said |
here to-day. He added that an,
“important” British declaration |
would come here for the valks.
| The talks to expand and free
trade between the two countries
had been planned for this month
but were postponed until Febru-
ary, because of difficulties in getting
the experts together. The post-
poned Franco-German trade talks
in. Paris had tied up experts "i



the German sidé.—Reuter,
|

Kaiser’s Grandson

} FRENCH ZONE, Jan. 14.
Prince Hubertus of Prussia
randson of the last German

Kaiser, has left this week for

jsouthwest Africa to start sheep

| farming. His wife, Princess Mag-
jialena will join him with_ thei:
|) aughters—Anastasia, aged six,





leged that four Russian militar
advisers were attached to each
‘ormmmunist division in this area,

i more than 40 Russian artil-
cry experts were helping insta
ariti-aircraft defences along Chi-
na’s east coast.

. Reuter

and Maria Christine, a baby, next

are directing their blockade} summer.

Prince Hubertus, brother «

i

Prince Friendrich Wilhelm, wh«
had been living in England, has
gone with him, but intends «
return to England

Phe farm which Prince Huber
tus wili work near -Windhoe!
It is owned by Prince Friedrich
| Wilhelm.

—Reuter.

| SAY W.L DELEGATES

V.0.F. PROPOSALS TO BE
_ REFERRED TO GOVTS.

LONDON, Jan. 14.
‘THE West Indian sugar delegation which leaves
for home to-morrow after fruitless talks, to-
day accused the British Government of “improper
| activities’ in negotiating a sugar contract with

Australia. A. report which said that dis-
,cussions on Britain’s proposed

guarantee for 1953-57 of only
64,000 tons should be postponed

64. ; ost In until the delegation has consulted

{the West Indian Government ana
; the various associations was lett
| with the Ministry of Food.
The delegation complained tht
the Australians had reached a
: Satisfactory agreement with Brit-
‘ain in December, but the West
Indians had still not been told i-s
terms officially. The statement
said that the West indians were
told only a few days before the
talks began that there would be
= ah Nae Sedigg pat” 7 ; separate talks with the Dominions

le Sng nb hoo ee and Colonies, although a meeting
s.ablished that one member of _ Commonwealth Frodisaete: tit
1e crew was home on compas- | °°" called, 7

ionate leave. Naval divers and The Statement
rogmen, exhausted from their| The statement added that so far
ack of sleep went down through|®s the colonies were concerned,
ine fathoms of murky Thames}the Empire talks opened on a
1outh waters again to-day to be-| negative note. Britain proposed
sin the task of salvaging thej| that the present export surplus of
vreck. One frogman was able to] 1.240,000 tons of colonial sugar
et between the inner and outer] and 400,000 tons of dominions

*Truculent’
Disaster

SHEERNESS Jan, 14.
The death toll in the Truculent
lisdster in the Thames Estuary





ulls of the rammed craft, but] sugar should be limited to quan-
unisters on his back were too] tities of 140,000 and 700,000 tons
ig to let him get through the] respectively. “However in the
escape hatch in the after section | face of heavy pressure from the
{ the wreck, where remaining | colonial representatives, the most
urvivors if any could be]that the United Kin-dom would
found, ‘oneede was proposed limitations
Reuter. ot 1,550,000 tons of colonial sugar

and 80,000 tons of dominions

-_ e rm sugar.” The colonial representa-

é Die In The | tives then “reluctantly” stated

| they were prepa ed to accept a

r terget of 1,550,000 tons, though this
Worst Storm | involved a reduction of 250,000
pe , } tons, tecause there did not ap-

; pear to be any possibility of ob-

In 50 Years | taining further concessions, The

| igure of 1,550,000 tons was made
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 ; UD of 900,000 tons from the Brit-
A furious windstorm lashea| !84 West Indies, 470,000 tons from
across New York State causing| Mauritius, 170,000 tons from Fiji
widespread damage today as ite | “2d 10,000 tons from British East
blizzard which swept the Ameri-| Africa.
an North West Pacific yesterday, Dissatisfaction
he worst in 50 years, continued However it was on the subject

iN} aging from Northern California] of the British market that the dis-
| December’ 1933 shortly efter the} ween Canadian border.

satisfaction of the Colonial re-

At least seven ‘persons wer. | presentatives “reached its highest
reported dead in the wake of th | pitch”, the statement declared.
lizzard. Hundreds were strandec After much argument, Britain
in Washington and Oregor | proposed that a net requirement
Sates through bus and ra‘lway| of 2,050,000 tons should be made

akdowns, and more thar) up of foreign sugars, 250,000

100 motor cars were maroone: ! dominions at a guaranteed price,

now-clogged highways 450,000 tons, from the colonies
Portland, Oregon and Seattle at a guaranteed price, 1,100,000
well as dozens of smallei] ons from the dominions at no
wns, were virtually iso ated |guaranteed price, 100,000 ‘ons
rales blew down hundreds 0'| and from the colonies at no guar-
cphone and power lines need price 150,000
S‘hools in the affected areas Some of the colonial delega-
sed, A skiing school in Seatt « |

ions were under the impression

s forced to close today, Therc|that the quantity of 250,000 tons
vas too much snow, without guarantee meant that
—Reuter. this quantity of sugar wou'd
. have a guaranteed outlet in the
rpy.s 66 . United Kingdom market although

lhird Water ‘ot a guaranteed price,
. ; A special meeting was called
e * as" Ce .
Holiday For ind it was then made clear that

*

this was not so, “AIL that
meant was that the United King-

New York City

dom could purchase from the
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 co’onies in excess of the quan-
Wate short New York city is to] tity to be sold at guaranteed
he third “Water Holiday rices (1,100,000 tons) sugar to
xt Winday wan r evat he extent of 150,000 tons on a
ne> saay, « = ‘itive bas’s
fficials ¢ ne? to-day, on ve Das fF,
“ea ont ee ree . i ‘ " Therefore for all practical
aie _ ae lt the Cit : ‘ ‘a purposes the colonies were to be
hire Poe erent 389 mille required to agree to a limitation
mil eta Pasta litres, more | 2! 1:550,000 tons with a guaran-
litres % yg a, = i Ss “ltee on tke Un'ted Kinedom
eens CE PSO am “*) market to the extent of 1,100,000
month on ee
Supply Commissioner Stephen only i Reuter.
Carney said the ove all resuifs| ?
of Thursday’s water holiday WAS ih AX LIE?

WARSAW, Jan, 14.

when the public was urged to #0 ' 4
A Pol'sh Foreign Office spokes-

bathless and shaveless and the

washing of motor cars and tuses| man declared tonight that
was forbidden were “good, taking| Western news broadcasts had

all factors into conside ation,” | lied in their reports of a search

but added that the position was| at the flat of a French corres-
still “critical.’ 'pondent arrested here,
—Reuter, —Reuter.

GEN. DeGAULLE. URGES
FRANCE TO ORGANISE
ITS OWN DEFENCE

PARIS, Jan. 14.

A SPOKESMAN for General Charles De Gaulle, leader
of the French People’s Rally, said to-day that America’s
refusal to support the Chinese Nationalist stand in Formosa
might mean that she would abandon Western Europe, if

the Communists gained control there.
—4 If Russia gained “underground

admittance” to West Europe
Tse Tung Prolongs

through a strengthening of Com-
munism in Germany, France and
‘
Stay In Moscow
MOSCOW, Jan. 14.

Italy, it was very clear that the
reaction of the Americans wiil be
the same as that produced by the
threat which to-day hangs over

‘eneral Mao Tse Tung, Chair- | Formosa, and which will hang
men of the Chinese Communist

vernment, who has been in
oscow for nearly a month, plans
) stay for several week to work

over Tibet to-morrow.
ut problems concerning the exist-

He said:
“It was urgent for Western
ng Sino-Seviet Pact.—Reuter.

Europe—and France first to or-
ganise its own defence.

—(Reutcr.)

Stalin Receives
Indian Ambassador

Question Closed?

CYPRUS, Jan. 14.
Cyprus votes to-morrow for ot
fainst union with Greece in an LONDON, Jan, 14
Unofficial Plesbicite organised by Marshal Stalin today received

the Greek Orthodox Church in the
Island in defiance of the Govern-
| or’s declaration that the question
tis closed.—Reuter,

the Indian Ambassador to Russia,
Dr. Sir S. Radakrishnan, Moscow
Radio said in a message heard
here. —Renter

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ma % | 30 Lady Saiht, Mrs. Stow, Lt. Col, people avyil
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8 $| | van, Dr. and' Mrs. 8. B. Carter, the first Pe gone
$ tégether with > | ; Miss Ridler, Lt. Col. and Mrs. broadcast to-night
% a F SWEET MUSIC % | |Connell, Commander and Mrs. p.m, at
x HALF AN HOUR OF SWEET MU: a | Smithies, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. i
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% ARNOLD MEANWELL Afid his MEANIES x | Dr. and Mrs. Fummer-Moore and quite a raw he
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% (2) THon’t see me in your eves x _ Film Show at Wakefield who might be jy
% (3) Someday you'll want me to want You ¥ S AN experiment the British orn should be
% ; , : > Council is giving its new tte Park by 8 15
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% (4) The Pagan Love Song csrennges solo : Herbert Goodridg 2 | series of Monday film shows a! to get a good wae :
s (5) Again (Guest Artiste: Eddy Halls) x | 4.45 p.m. instead of the usual broadcast Starts, e t
% (6) Calypso Time (Pudding Brown Bread Daisy) x ; time in the evening. It if
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% ; oe ae } people who would prefer to see .
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. MCKETS FOR T WIT) S oP ; Is 5 % \@ eaving their
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Â¥ x | If the response to this experi- - of Portraits and Pictures by pont Dorthy McAvity, F.R.S.A. At rig % Se island, He ,
% PERSONS FOUND RE-SELLING TICKETS ment justifies it, the shows will Mts. H. E. Skeete, wife of Dr. H. E. Skeete. riday morning
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% ule Admission Prices will be prosecuted % f ae S te aie ne is Cabaret Show At Drill Hall EWS has just been received weeks’ holiday, He.
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% chasing these black-market Tickets. ar gramme for the show on Mon- . . eee § ‘- Barbadian now studying in the —'-” propr idad, returned } > Mr. Ince is P
s ‘ day January 16th is as follows: A. W. Scott, Mrs. Glynn Reed and U.S.A. has passed with honours, Store, Trinidad, returned home ce is Prodym
% (Sed.) MAURICE JONES % : f ‘tlm. Showing Ms. C. B. Stuart are working hard er examination at the Manhattan yesterday by B.W.LA. after spend- . hee and Beck Co,
. ne - ree, of ¢ ‘abaret “~* “ a aa «2 oie ; reeks’ idav here. She 0 eB
* (Manager, Globe Theatre) % the Berlin Airlift parade, Preparing righ a a ee Medical Assistants School as a ing two wee Mbp Dah org Warnes Con
5 & Skyrocket Plane in U.S.A.. Show which will take the form of Laboratory Technician. was accompanied b; daughte

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For Beauty Contest

ISS ANTONIA ZIADIE,
“Miss Most Beautiful
1949” and runner-up in
last year’s “Miss Jamaica” con-
test, and Mrs. Gertrude Sherman,
“Miss Jamaica of 1949,” social
of the “Gleaner”,
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ranquilla before the opening of
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Ward, Anne Keevil, Muriel Ashby,
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Manager arrives. She was accom-
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nd thev ere staying at Coral
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TOHN KID III and Mrs. Reid

and small daughter, who have
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REG CASEY seen receiving a Silver Cup from Mrs. Clifford
Zephirin at the All Star Night at the Globe Theatre on Friday

night. Casey,

who sang “Again”

catried off first prize. The

Cup was presented on behalf of Zephirin’s Bakeries.

In the centre is Mr.

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Maurice Jones,

Manager of the Globe.

Congratulations
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Ormond Rollock of

Mrs,
Black

Rock, St. Michael, on the birth of
a son on Tuesday

Mr. Rollock is a City Druggist,
goth mother ar 1 are doing
fine

coc ee eer also. to
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gan of Bank Hall, on the birth of
a daughter on Wednesday

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JANUARY 15, 1950

Company In America

From Frederick Cook

T is Hollywood doing to
. James Mason? Two of his
: are showing on

‘takin a terrible beating from

C wood’s staunchest
, er calling Mason’s
st side, West Side one of the

offerings for some time.
York Times complains
“as though burdened
ight of the world.”
- eee for even rougher

‘ment for his performance in *

Reckless Moment.
this one. the New York
News critic writes: “His role
ess Momer* is the
table yet. Mason gets
jing, but it’s Joan Bennett’s
ture all the way”.
Competition
r has Hollywood faced a
sar with such tough com-
Héion on its home grounds as

new British films have

se to join The Fallen Idol.
ng in the box office dollars
a new French drama—and a
d one—a film from Italy, one
‘Sweden, and even one from

as well as number

4 still holds first place. The

have been going wild over

# Little Island (Whisky Galore

sh cinemas) . aa it

e the picture no New

afford to miss. One

ie reviewer called it “the

chucklesome comedy of the
»

Third Name
fhe experts liked too, The
i Mr, Beecham, our old
ind The Chiltern Hundreds

ef yet another new name (it

pi and this great actor -



CELESTE HOLM
In She Stoops to Conquen

was Yes M’Lord on the stage here).

Least successful in gathering
laurels among the new British
foursome is No Room at the Inn,
which New Yorkers in holiday
mood are finding too grim.

They thought better of Silent
Dust, the film version of the stage
play, The Paragon.

France’s offering is Battle of
the Rails, a tale of French rail-
waymen’s contribution to the
Resistance, with narration spoken
by Charles Boyer. Technically
beautiful, as always.

Flashing Swords

Italy’s film is The Pirates of
Capri, all molto vivace and fiash-
ing swords and court intrigues and
revolution—lots of activity but
not much action. Good as costume
dramas go.

Sweden does somewhat better
with The Children, a sensitive,

| lay Compton—Famous

English

Actress

By Langston Day

T no time did Fay Compton
any other career but the

She was, indeed, surround-

by its influence from her birth.
grandfather, Colonel Bate-
had owned the Lyceum

in London and had given

nry Irving his first chance. Be-
éshe was in her teens she had
pn to learn the technique of
ig from such excellent teach-
as her father, Edward Comp-
her aunts Isobel (leading lady
Henry Irving) and Kate Comp-
} aid her mother Virginia
man, also an actress. In her
ol holidays, Fay had always
n to go with her father on
ptours—he had his own com-
ather than go to the sea-

Was her brother Compton

iekenzie, the well-known au-

wet, who advised her to go and

'Pelissier, of the famous ‘“Fol-

, for whom he was writing

M™es «and = sketches. Terribly

\ Fay gave Pelissier a

of her songs and imper-

and was taken on at less

£4 a week. A fortnight

after a game of tennis at his

se, Pelissier, lying uncomfort-

W ON a gravel path, proposed

» and Fay, not taking him

Â¥, pelted him with tennis

Is. Undismayed Pelissier re-

td his proposal once a week
, il she said “yes”,

considers the next two

B, When she was a Follies

| Quick,

to new

} POUNIDS

COLD & VANISHING

girl as well as Mrs. Pelissier and
delighted thousands with her
playfulness and her mimicry, as
the best possible training for the
Stage she could have had. Then
her husband died suddenly and
this 19-year-old girl with delicate
classical features and lovely Ti-
tian hair was left almost a penni-
less widow with a baby son.
After a desperate search for an-
other job she was offered a part
which demanded fluent German.
Knowing not a word of the lan-
guage she bluffed it out, sat up
all night with a German gover-
ness, and by next morning was
able to remember both the mean-
ing and the accent of her lines.

She is in the tradition of those
great actors of the past who could
switch rapidly from one form of
acting to quite another and whose
courage and resource was equal
tg almost any vicissitude. She is
not ‘temperamental’. For her,
acting is a professional job, and
whatever she is called upon to do
she does, whether it is tragedy,
comedy, “fey” parts, singing and
dancing, filming, pantomime, or
even musical hall turns. And the
remarkable thing is that in every-
thing she undertakes she succeeds
completely and makes a firm and
lasting impression.

She followed Iris Hoey in a
musical comedy called The Pearl
Girl, and there she met Lauri de
Frece who became her second
husband. In 1916 she, with a

easy way

loveliness

. CREAMS

PACE POWDERS

LIPSTICKS



Lovely
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9 orphans and their pet goat. A

wholesome,
film.

altogether creditable
Stern But Earnest

The Russian picture, Yeung
Guard, is stern and far too long,
but an earnest salute to the young
men who gave their lives in the
defence of their homeland.

It is propaganda, of course, but
justifiably so. The picture, once
four hours long, has been cut to
two and a quarter for showing
here, and the result is uneven.
Magnificent photography. Music by
Dmitri Shostakovich.

Best of the current none-too-
good batch from Hollywood is
Adam’s Rib, with Spencer Tracy,
Katharine Hepburn and Judy
Holliday. '

The New Plays

The Velvet Glove, by Rosemary
Casey. Stars, Walter Hampden and
Grace George. A mild, thin little
comedy effort about the way in
which a rather nice ol@ nun black-
mails her bishop by undermining
his campaign to raise money for
a seminary.

A kindly and placid show in
welcome contrast to some of the
sex-drenched neurotic Btuff on
which Broadway has been nour-
ished lately. But the glove could
fit a little better for some of the
cast.

How Long Till Summer?
by Sarett and Herbert Rudley.

Star, Josh White, famous negro
troubadour. Yet another play

about the colour problem. A negro
father wrestles with his conscience
in a dirty deal, his son wrestles
with bewilderment at his first en-
counter with racial prejudice. Lots

of inner turmoil, not much
“theatre.” How long till closing?
Bitter

The Rat Race, by Garson Kanin.
Stars, Betty Field and Barry
Nelson. A bitter chronicle of two
youngsters trying to “make the
grade” on Broadway. Some funny
situations, but not sufficient story.
The Rat Race will not finish in the

chorus, did England’s frst strip-
tease act in a revue called Follow
The Crowd, which made her the
Belle of the Trenches. Soon after
this she was in a “straight” play,
The Boomerang, which was pro-
duced by Charles Hawtrey, and
she starred with H. B. Irving in
The Professor's Love Story, in
about the worst woman’s part that
3arrie ever wrote.

But Barrie made handsome
amends for this later on. He
chose Kay Compton for his Peter
Pan in 1917, and then wrote a play
specially for her—his famous
fantasy Mary Rose.

It is easy to understand why he
did so. There is a “fey” quality
about Fay Compton and an in-
vineible effect of innocence about
her which in Mary Rose often re-
duced her audience to tears. By
some magic of her own she con-
veyed the feeling of ‘“‘other-world-
ness” so that as someone once
wrote, “Mary Rose is Fay Comp-
ton, and Fay Compton is Mary
Rose.” Indeed, she was a Barrie
leading lady par excellence. It
was while playing an unforgetta-
ble Phoebe Throssel in Quality
Street that she married her third
husband, Leon Quartermaine. Just
before this, both of them had
made a great impression in Som-
erset Maugham’s The Circle, por-
traying modern youth with an al-
most disturbing fidelity. It would
be hard to imagine a more start-
ling contrast between plays.

Years before, Maugham had
written to her: “When you are
driving along in your Rolls Royce,
swathed in sables on a muddy day,
and you see me on the pavement
plodding along on my flat feet,
just tell your chauffeur not to
splash me.”

Neither the sables nor the Rolls
Royce are hers even now. She is
not that sort of actress but she
can look back on triumph for



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In Tight Little Island, the

West End.
She Stoops to Conquer, Maurice
Evans’s revival of the Goldsmith

classic. Stars, Celeste Holm,
Brian Aherne, Ezar Stone, Burl
Ives.

This is the first of four plays,
Evans is to do at the off-Broadway

City Centre—top price $3 (21s.-
5d.), lowest $1.20 (8. 6d.)—in a
bid to establish a Young Vic com-
pany here. Magnificent!

Plays to follow, The Corn is
Green (with Eva LeGallienne),
which many a rich woman would

exchange her car and her sables,
and probably a great deal more.

One of these is her Ophelia
which she played for the first time
to John Barrymore’s Hamlet in
1925 and for the last time in 1939
to John Gielgud’s Hamlet at Kron-
borg Castle, Elsinore, to eestatic
Danish audiences. She was ac-
knowledge as ~the finest Ophelia
of her generation and one case-
hardened critic wrote that she

had “the quality of elves weeping =

under the Moon.”

Another is her Paulina in The
Winter's Tale, which is said to be
her favourite part and perhaps
the most superlative of her career.
But. indeed, whether she is a
fairy-like Titania, an entrancing
Rosaline (of Love’s Labour Lost),
or a stony-hearted Regan, you
feel that she is an actress who
would havé, warmed Shake-
speare’s heart. And from such
varied parts she turns with ease
to a youthful or an aged Queen
in Housman’s Victoria Regina, a
skilfully un-gay wife in Noel
Coward's Blithe Spirit, or a mon-
ster of callous cruelty in that grim
play Little Foxes.

When Fay, who is tender-heart-
ed to a degree and once wrote to
Mussolini complaining of the
treatment of horses in Italy, was
asked if she dislikeS playing such
unsympathetic roles she replied,
“Not at ajl, I play the heavy
mother willingly because I have
so often had to play the dream
child,”

No other English actress has
ever had so many first-class play~
wrights at her beck and call, and
yet not only does she not scorn
pantomime, she is the greatest

Principal Boy of her time! No
matter how silly the songs or
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“picture that is a New York mwist.”
* was Whisky Galore.

The Devil's Disciple (with Evans,
Dennis King and old-time movie
star Victor Jory), amd a fourth
yet to be picked.

Attractions for the New Year
holiday period inelude: The
Member of the Wedding, Carson
McCuller’s dramatisation of her
novel of the same name; and
Happy As Larry, musical fantasy
by Donagh MacDonagh, which
London and Dublin have ‘teen
already, Direction by Burgess
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something which delights the

children and enthrals the grown-
up. And after doing two shows
a day for six days a week she is
as fresh at the end of ten weeks
as she was at the beginning. She
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ing, which so many Stage actors
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“June Bride” is laid in Indiana,
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June issue. Henry Blanke pro-
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; in the West Indies were disappointed when it was
Nee tee days ago that George Headley, West Indies and
Jamaica star player would not oe ae seb a Jamaica-Trinidad
ial tournament to open there next week.
aie ae hear, secehaing to a cabled Press Message, that
Headléy had pulled a muscle and would not be able to make the trip
Later news from Jamaica in this connection was in the nature of a
bombshell and was to the effect that financial negotiations between
Headley and the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association
had broken down and the great George had been advised by the
Board not to be available for the tour. ;
To the Board’s offer to Headley of expenses and family allowance
of $100.80 and a captain’s allowance of $100.80, he had countered with
a demand for $576 and expenses excluding family and entertainment

“allowances.

IMPORTANT QUESTIONS RAISED

HIS is more or less a domestic matter between ene vo his

whole it poses some very important. questions
in ca eeu win of West Indices cricket. {It is no secret that the
West Indies Cricket Board of Control are now responsible for
Intercolonial cricket as well and so from ed _ aspect such
i ~must be of more than passing interest. , i
a ae wondering at the fact that-the West Indian cricket
public were given the excuse that Headley had pulled a muscle while
“it was a matter of financial differences. They are entitled to better
treatment. This leads one to ask whether or not Hines Johnson may
not be another financial problem child or he has indeed pulled a
muscle. ; ;

The time has come for some very plain speaking and some prompt
measures. If a man is not available then say so and also say why,
if the reason must be given at all. I am in favour of dropping from
the West Indies team both those who pull muscles too regularly and
if the occasion arises, those who pull funny faces as well

BLAME THEMSELVES
HE WEST INDIES Cricket Board of Control have only themselves
to blame if they find themselves in an untenable position with
professionals in the West Indies. There are rules to be revised and
amendments to be ratified but this has not yet been done and no
individual bullying, soft soaping nor evasion is going to solve the
tricky question of pay for play whenever it raises its troublesome head.
There is not much money to be made from these Intercolonial
tours when the high price of transportation and boarding and lodging
are taken into consideration. Added to this, under the new arrange-
ments that came into beimg since the experiment with the quadrangular
series, each colony of Trinidad, Jamaica, British Guiana and Barbados
are pledged to pay one quarter of the expenses of the travelling of
each Intercolonial team that makes a tour during the year, It can
easily be seen from this that there is not a considerable margin if
any, to toy with the idea of paying West Indian professionals, (for
only they are eligible for these series) any handsome sum for playing
in these games.

JAMAICA BOARD ACTED WISELY

T would be much better to do without them and give someone

else the opportunity to prove their worth. I think that the
Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association did wisely in
turning down Headley’s request in the circumstances. It would have
created a most dangerous precedent and might certainly have con-
stituted a source of embarrassment not only to the Jamaica Cricket
Association but to other cricket bodies in the future.

I cannot, however, forgive any false statement to hide such. a
state of affairs. The public are entitled to a statement of the true
position and fancy reports like pulled muscles and the like to cloud
a serious issue only serve to infuriate the public when the truth be-
comes known and also place journalists who depend upon the veracity
of such statements, in a most ludicrous position

TRIAL DULL AS DITCH-WATER

ULL as ditch-water is my description of the First Trial game in

preparation for the forthcoming Intercolonial tournament with
British Guiana. I did not see most of Thursday's play, the first day
of the game, but yesterday’s was a dreary long drawn out funeral
display. It is true that Gordon Proverbs in a very careful and pains-
taking innings carried his Thursday's score of 23 to 108 yesterday
without a chance

One can readily agree with Proverbs if his innings was particu-
larly restrained since he has not had so successful a season and is
obviously out to impress the selectors.

On the other hand there is no excuse for the general tendency
yesterday to pat half volleys affectionately and to make matters worse
leave alone some atrociously short. of a length balls outside the off
stump and even on the pad

There was a general air of complacency about the whole affait.
The only refreshing feature outside of Proverbs’ successful batting
effort was a magnificent one-hand catch by Phillips in the slip to
dismiss Wood off an outswinger from Brewster and the excellent and
inspired ground figiding of Charlie Taylor on the boundary,

One hopes that this is not an indication of the standard of play
to take place in the coming tournament, because cricket can be care-
fully played but it can still be entertaining as well

A woid of praise to the Pickwick cricket club for the excellent
condition of Kensington ground It is a credit to the island and to
those who were entrusted with its upkeep.

SOUTH CARIBBEAN RACING REVIEW

OLUME II, 1948 of the South Caribbean Racing Review, $3.00

and $1.80, by Trevor Gale (Bookie of the Barbados Advocate)
has now been published. This is the second volume df an Illustrated
Annual devoted to the Thoroughbred Horses in the British Colonies of
the South Caribbean. ‘

To the laymen, like myself, the book is a tale attractively told, of
racing in the South Caribbean during the racing year of 1948. To
the racing enthusiast the volume is an indispensable record of form
times, prizes and performances for the period under review. ,

The South Caribbean Racing Review is a Work of love, whatever
might be the other reasons for promoting its publication Only one
who loves the sport above all other considerations could have amassed
the voluminous amount of statistics of all the branches of racing as
has been successfully done in this volume ,

The triumphs of the chestnut colt Ligan,
the bay mare Adventuress, the brown horse
Beacon Bright, the brown colt Brown Rocket, the bay filly Ocean
Pearl, the brown mare Determination, the chestnut gelding ‘Seawell
the bay colt Raphael to mention only a few, will not die unchronicled
but will live through these pages through the industry of one who
knows racing and can write about it well ,

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GORDON PROVERBS HITS
CHANCELESS 108

THE highlight of yesterday's play—the second day of
the first trial match played at Kensington Oval was a
chanceless 108 by Gordon Proverbs of Wanderers.

Kenneth Goddard, a slow right arm spinner was the
most successful bowler capturing five wickets for fifty runs.

Mr. John Goddard’s XI contin-
uing their first innings vook their

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F. Worrell Scores
Brilliant Century

CAWNPORE, Jan. 14.

A BRILLIANT 122 not out by Frank Worrell, the Bar-
bados and West Indies Test cricketer, was chiefly responsi-
ble to-day for the Commonwealth XI compiling 236 for
3 wickets, when the fourth unofficial Test against India .

is



score to 270 in reply to Mr. Farm-
er’s XI total of 71. In their second
innings Mr. Farmer’s XI hit 69
for the loss of one wicket.
Johnnie Lucas and Proveros
continued for Mr. Goddard's XI
yesterday to the bowling of E
Millington and E. Atkinson on #
good wicket. Millington sent
down a maiden in the first over
to J. Lucas from the Pavilion end.
Atkinson taking a longer run
than usual tried to subdue Prov-
erbs but was unsuccessful. Mill-
ington continued to bowl] steadily
keeping both batsmen in check.
The 150-mark was soon reach-
ed. After Millington’s 15th over,
K. Goddard was brought on in

place of Atkinson. in his first
over Prover:s moved across and
watched and played every ball
carefully.

At the other end Norman Mar-
shall who relieved Millington
opened his over to J. Lucas from
the pavilion end and sent down
a maiden. Lucas’ end came when
he tried to pull one to the leg side
boundary from Goddard missed
and was caught by Atkinson at
short square leg.

The score was then 172 for
three wickets. Drayton was the
next man in and faced the last
ball from Goddard. But Drayton
did not last long as he was soon
out in attempting to pull Goddard
to the leg boundary and gave an
easy catch to Atkinson at square
leg.

N. S. Lucas followed Drayton.
Marshall continued to bow] stead-
ily. In Goddard’s sixth over
N. S. Lueas was given a “life”
when he lifted one to cover and
Smith (College) failed to take the
catch. But in the last ball of the
same over he jumped out to
drive, missed the ball and was
quickly stumped by Gerald Wood.
Branker (Cable & Wireless) then
joined Proverbs who never seem-
ed worried, and took his first run
off Goddard J. A. Williams on
the boundary delighted the crowd
with some lively fielding, as Prov-
erbs moved down the wicket and

punched Goddard regularly to
the boundary.
Undecided
Millington was again brought

on and Branker was very unde-
cided about his strokes. He how-
ever fell a victim to Goddard
while hitting out. He was caught
by Skipper Farmer fielding «ut
mid off. C. Alleyne the next man
in took his first strike from God-
dard taking a single between first
and second slip. In attempting
to hit a six overhead off Goddard
Alleyne mistimed and was caught
on the boundary by A. Lawless cf
Cable & Wireless. The scoreboard
read 221 for seven wickets.

Brewster followi:g Alleyne
executed many well placed cove:
drives off the bowling of Goddard
who was then keeping a steady
length,

Norman Marshall then came on
again and had Brewster caught by
Smith in the slip.

The luncheon interval found J
Goddard and G. Proverbs at the

wicket, Proverbs 98, Skipper
Goddard six

Century
After lunch Proverbs got his
century off Atkinson who was

bowling the new ball, by steering
a fast outswinger through point
for one after he had taken
single off J. A. Williams

a

He completed his century in 195
minutes, His stay at the wicket
came to an end when in attempt-
ing a drive to cover off Atkinson
he edged and was taken at third
slip by Norman Marshall.

Mr. Goddard's XI closed their
innings at 270.

C. Smith, and Gerald Wood
epened the bavting for Mr. Far-

mer’s XI. to the bowling of H
Brewster and Phillips.

In Brewster's first over G. Wood
was brilliantly caught by Phillips
at second slip. Wood edged the
ball and Phillips in a magnificent
effort dived to bring off an ex-
cellent one handed catch. Atkin-
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ing to the pavilion after he had
scored a chanceless 108 yesterday
against Mr. W. A. Farmer’s XI

on the second day of the
three-day Trial Match.

first

close of the play Atkinson was 29
and Smith 31.
The match continues to-day.

MR. W. FARMER'S XI—ist Innings—?I

MR. J, GODDARD'S XI—1Ist Innings
A. Taylor b Millington 19
R. Marshall Ibw b Atkinson 78
G. Proverbs c¢ N. Marshall b

Atkinson 108
J. Lucas c Atkinson b Goddard 20
W. Drayton ¢ Atkinson b Goddard 0
N. Lucas stpd. wk. G. Wood

b Goddard 4
I. Branker c Farmer b Goddard 2

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H. Brewster c Smith b N. Marshall 6

J. Goddard ec K. Goddard b T. Hoad 16

H. King ¢ wk. Wood b St. Hill 1

D. Phillips not out 1

Extras 5

Total 270

Fall of wickets 1—65, 2—111, 3—172,

4—180, 5—186, 6—196, 7—200 8—231
9—266, 10—269.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M R. Ww.

E, Atkinson 19 1 54 2

E. Millington 19 3 54 1

J. Williams 8 1 37 0

E. Hoad 63 1 31 0

N. Marshall 10 5 13 1

K. Goddard 13 1 50 5

L. St. Hill 5 0 26 1

MR. W. FARMER'S XI—2nd Innings

C, Smith not out ‘ 31
G. Wood ¢ Phillips b Brewster 8
E. Atkinson not out 2
Extras 3
Total (for 1 wicket) 69



Headley’s Absence
Regretted

(Advocate Correspondent

KiNGSTON Jamaica

Headley’s supporters
crowd the press witn letters
bemoaning the fact that the
Cricket Board of Contro} did ni
accede to his demand of £120
payment as professional, tou mak
the trip to Trinidad. ‘The sport
writers, who are in the main
worshippers of the great Jamaican
batsman, see Jamaica’s team beine
beaten to a frazzle by Trnida:
because Heaaley is not on the side
and that the English tour will b.
a flop so far as gate receipts, with-
out Headley as the great drawing
card.

The Headley-Cricket
Contro] issue is one of
The money involved would be
speedily forthcoming, but the
Board objects to having a pistol
thrust at its head as it were, s
Headley will not be on the tean
which will be selected in the next
few days.

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opened here. Jock Livingston, the Commonwealth captain,

also played a notable role with 80.



Hassett And Morris
Score Centuries
vs. Border XI

LONDON, Jan. 14
Centuries by Lindsay Hassett,
the captain and Arthur Morris
helped the Australians put on 425
for 4 on the opening day of their

three-day match ¢ zainst Border XI

nere. Morris hit 106 for his 4tn
century of the tour.
three hours and hit 1i fours, and
gave one difficult chance when 61.
Hassett was still unbeaten at the
end of the day with 106, which in-
cluded 1 six and 5 fours. He had
a “life’ when he had scored two,
being dropped ‘ the slips off
Thorne. Ken Archer, who helped
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runs. He was at the wicket for
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fours, and with Hassett added #7
for the 4th wicket
—Reuter.



Miriam Hopkins
Brightens Up
Cassada Races

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. JOHN’S (By Mail).

THERE was a small crowd at
the Cassada Gardens Race Meet-
ing ‘on Thursday. A great many
people complained of being un-
able to attend due to lack of
funds after a hectic Christmas.
Nevertheless it was quite a suc-
cessful meeting with some excit-
ing races but for the last race in
which there were four horses.
The start was extremely poor,
there was absolutely no thrill in
the race and a sound of disap-
pointment could be heard in the
whole crowd.

Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his A.D.C. Major Denis Vaughan
attended the Meeting. Mr. A. W.
Sweaney, Acting Colonial Secre-
tary was also present.

Music throughout the day was
supplied by “Brute Force” Steel
Band. Everybody seemed to apr
preciate the West Indian swing
music especially the large num-
ber of foreigners. It is eminent
that tourists especially the Mill
Reefers are beginning to dribble
into Antigua for the winter.

Whispering

There was quite a lot of whis-
pering among the crowd in the
enclosure when ,ghe news got
around that the actress Miriam
Hopkins was viewing the horses
in the paddock. Everybody had
a good look at Miriam in her
smart red and blue spotted frock
She is staying at the Mill Reef as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hicks
Kerr who have recently built a
house at the Mill Reef and reside
there most of the year.

Towards late afternoon there
was a chilly breeze sweeping
across the race coutse and most
of the ladies appeared in coats

and sweaters ‘which suggested a
winter atmosphere even in An-
tigua.

Only twenty horses were en-
tered for this meeting and St.
Kitts went off with most of the

prizes, the most successful horses
being Alamain and Atlanta owned
by Dr. A. W. Lake. Alamain car-
ried off one first and two seconds
and Atalanta two firsts. Gambles’
stables owned by Mr. Bob Smith
acquired the best results in An-
tigua.



How to enjoy

COOLEST,

SMOOTHE
SHAVE

He batted

Commonwealth won the toss,
and took first knock on a matting
wicket. They met with early
shocks, however, when the open -
ing pair were back in the pavilion,
with only 19 runs scored.

Then the Com-
monwealth cap-«
tain Jock Living-












ston, and the
West Indian,
Frank Worrell,

same together in
a stand of 151
before Living-
ston was out for
80. Worrell was
still unbeaten at
“Ethe close, having



rell’s first cen-
ury in the pres-
lent Test Series,
‘and included 9

F. WORRELL fours.
The Commonwealth touring side
won the first Test, drew the second,

and lost the third, so that the
present position in the series 1s
level.

India were again without Vi Jay
Merchant, their former captain,
whose injured hand had not re-
covered sufficiently to allow him
to stand up to the rigours of a five
days’ match, and V. Hazare, who
led India to victory in the third
test, was again captain.

The teams were:—

Commonwealth: Jack Livingston
(Captain), Fred Freer, Des
FitzMaurice, H. Harry Lamberg,
Wally Langdon, Bill Alley, Norman
Oldfield, Winston Place, George
Tribe, Frank Worrell and George
Pope, 12th man John Holt.

India: V. Hazare (Captain),
Mushtaq Ali, A. S. Modi, D
Phadkari, H. Adhikari, V. Man-

kad, P. Umrigar, M. K. Mantri, H.
Gaekwad, H. Ghulam Ahmed and
Kishenchand.



15,000 Watchers
The Commonwealth team made
a poor start, and their opening

pair, Oldfield and Place, were dis-
missed for 0 and 8 respectively
Then Skipper Livingston and the
West Indian, Frank Worrell, faced
the keen attack with every caution,
and improved the position with a
stand which passed the 50 before
lunch.

A crowd of 15,000 watched the
morning’s play.

Play after lunch began in some-
what subdued vein, but Living-
ston and Worrell gradually opened
out; despite the steady accurate
bowling, both drove and late cut
to perfection in raising the score to
170, when Livingston was out leg
before wicket to Hazare for 80. He
included 7 fours in his score, and
the with Worrell for the

third wicket put on 151 runs.

stand

Fred
Worrell,

127
o 187

Freer came out to join
and they raised the score
before tea was taken, with
Worrell not out 90. Afterwards
both freely, and Worrell
1 reached his century, and pro-

ceeded to go along at a good pace

scored



soor



until close of play when he was
122 not out and Freer 24 not out.
The fourth wicket has so far
added 66: runs
It was a fine recovery on the
part of the Commonwealth, con

sidering the early disasters.
The match continues today.

COMMONWEALTH 1ST INNINGS



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THE time is now ripe for us to take stock of the (i
we saw in 1949 and the three-year-olds we expect to see qi
Starting off with my own Free Handicap, here is how I w,
last year’s crop over the distance of six furlongs ;
130 lbs. — Bow Bells 127 lbs. —Lazy Bones 125 lbs,
125 lbs. — Bowmanston 122 Ibs. — Mon Amis 120 lbs,— pu,
siyya 120 Ibs.— Top Flight 118 lbs. — Perseverance 118
Bow 118 Ibs.— Watercress 115 Ibs. — Colleton 115 the cam
115 Ibs. — Leap On 115 lbs.—Sinbad 110 Ibs, — Sun Glee {iy
Brown Girl 105 lbs.— La France 102 lbs. — Ceres 102 Tbs,
ance 102 lbs. —Sunny Hone 102 Ibs.

The above twenty-one two-year-olds were those
first four in the thirteen races which were framed for
Trinidad and Barbados, Comparing them with former y, as
it was one of the best seasons we have ever had and thes
perhaps only slightly below the standard set in 1947 by Liga:
Path, Will O’the Wisp II, Brown Rocket, etc. Of Course gyits,
of guess work plays its part in that assumption for the simnts
that the two-year-old racing at the last Christmas
decidedly botched up. The end of the season was there
conclusive answer it has generally turned out in the Past and y
this one is left more or less in the air, However, there we
things as the November meeting in Barbados, which fo
allowed us to see Bow Bells and Bowmanston in fo.
two separate days, while Fair Profit’s running at the Gh
ing was consistent enough to tell us that nothing was wrong ¥

NOT OVERRATED

I cannot, however, agree with the opinion in Tp +
Barbados bunch of two-year-olds were overrated. This op
formed mainly by those who have blinded themselves to thet
They will not concede that Bow Bells and Colleton were ,
they seem to have forgotten Cross Bow’s racing altogether, |

D
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we

never one to stick out foolishly for Barbados-bred creoles yj
have seen them proved inferior, There were the outstandins:
of Gleneagle, Jetsam and Brown Boy, who humbled our pride in
of-Honour, Radiance, and Front Bell. Although an examines
the records will reveal that the latter three beat all the other 7
creoles at the same meeting. Proof that although we may!
overrated our best, yet the standard of the whole was not 7
regarded. 7
But for me such insularity dies a natural death when le
to discuss West Indian racing affairs, and so I like to think o
two-year-old racing as embracing all those I saw irrespective
land of origin. For the 1950 classics, I have my eye on Fair
Cross Bow, Bow Bells, Bowmanston, Perseverance, Way ts
Princess Rassiyya. From these seven I think we will see them
develop, although my doubts about Bow Bells over this dist
considerable. I am also told that Wavecrest, a son of Goat
and Television, has far more speed than stamina. Yet his re
to Gun Site is so marked that I could not help taking him {i
staying type of O.T.C. progeny. But then I suppose one must
surprised if he turned out another War Lord. After I saw him}
quite willing to believe that his two wins at Arima were not§
and also that those who told me he was the best two- j
Trinidad might not have been too far wrong. Hence his high{
on my handicap list at levels with Lazy Bones. :

COURAGEOUS LAZY BONES

Of Lazy Bones the only thing that I can say for him is that}
a lot of courage. Otherwise, his appearance is far from ‘
He would also surprise me if he went on improving as fast or, $1
as his contemporaries, Of course it’s quite certain that whate rd
tance he goes out for he will do his best and therein may |
strength. But I prefer my above seven any day, altho
naturally, I may be wrong. nae

Speaking of Wavecrest above reminds me of Union Park, f
was there that I saw him. I also took the opportunity to
track after ten years and I was immediately impressed by 1 |
provements I saw. 4

Union Park track has been under a cloud for the past few
and the accidents which took place there only made matters 0
For ‘this year’s meeting, however, a new management has
complete circuit of new rails and the track has also unde
repairs. In contrast to the Queen’s Park track there is gi N
all around the course and not just in patches, The gradient of
banking on the turns is also well done, which is essential on at
with turns like this, But the important part is the rails; for Tam
that quite a number of the accidents which took place might)
heen avoided if they were more substantial. Well, substantial them
rails certainly are. In fact, they are stronger than anything M
seen in Barbados or Trinidad, They are also of the English’
The uprights do not lean outwards but the rail is fastened to a
which is in turn fastened. to the upright. The rail is the
six inches or more away from the upright.

UNION PARK GOOD TRACK |
With these improvements implemented I see no
Union Park should not again be one of the best tracks in #
on which to race, for it is not so long ago that this was my
of it. I remember seeing Buccaneer give the Trinidad crowd thel
opportunity of seeing him spiflicate his “D” class rivals before he
to the imported classes. At the same meeting the redoubtable
‘Taffare notched his first win from a moderate “F” class bunchif ‘
by the characteristic celebrations of Dr. Joe De Gannes. We
he big Brown Ayah make her last bow to the public
Musiu, as the late great Captain Cipriani told me, was bei By
purely to amuse himself. Pleasant memories of a meeting Will
country atmosphere when racing was still a sport and not aB "
only ten years ago and still fresh in the memory.

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Wimmy Cozier
T, Cover W.L.
icket Tour
| pOR REUTERS

Correspondent
Advocate

. .SPAIN, Jan. 14.
OF SF formerly of the
aed Guardian” and the “Bar-
voli ate” will be travel-
England to report the
West Indies Test matches
‘ correspondent of Reu-
ney.
eienment follows ne-
ween the Caribbean
ation and Reuter’s re-
coverage of the tour. —
is, anxious to give a pic-
the matches through West
4 , invited oa to ioe
orga nisation for the period,
a 0. S. Coppin, Bar-
ae Advocate Sportswriter, pub-
a book on the last M.C.C.
ynich ran to two editions.
s also covered the matches for
3) English and Caribbean
‘his he was highly com-
y J. O'Neil Gallagher,
ly of the Datly Express.
fing Cozier thanking him for
sxcellent coverage” he dub-
t ing “infinitely su-
to Rewter’s.” ;
puncement undoubtedly
received through the
n since Cozier travelled
ly in the area as Hon-
ary of the Press Asso-
which his efforts have done

o sustain:
. ” —(By Cable)

arnera Injured

be , e
Car Accident

a NEW YORK, Jan. 14

9 Carnera, former Heavy-
oxing Champion and now
Her, was injured in a road
- Casey, lowa, yesterday
His car collided with a



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met suffered a deep gash on

—Reuter.

elp For Tourists

Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, (By Mail).
effort is to be made to sim-
‘the arrangements concern-
admission of tourist cars
he licensing of tourists.
‘some time past representa-
have been made to Govern-
that the laws and regula-
‘governing the admission of
ears and the licensing of
fs as‘ drivers, have been
cumbersome, causing
nount of difficulties to the
and that the minimising
conditions would have a
effect on the island’s
traffic,

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mbermere Has
‘e980 Pupils

hundred and eighty pupils
Combermere School will
ne the new school year when
and secondary schools
mon Tuesday. At the end
term Combermere regis-

ifs, made necessary due to
$1, 1949 floods, of the
building of the school are
fcompleted. In about two
Major Noot, Headmasver of
bol told the “Advocate” yes-
the school will be ready
conveniently to the lower
} who were more seriously
by the damage to thé

on College ended last
with 548 pupils and has
ON seven more pupils. Last
the St. Michael’s Girls’
m recorded 330 but next

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Thoroughbred Horses
Win Big Prizes

By Walter

Sports Editor of the “Lancashire stayer of distances, whose triple

Evening Post’
The fact that Britain’s thor-

the world has been emphasised at
all the principal sales in 1949.
When bloodstock of the highest
quality was on offer there was
no lack of bidders and the good
prices realised surprised those
who had feared a partial slump.
Many colts went overseas and a
notable purchase of a horse that
had proved its class was that of
brilliant Royal Forest by a rich
owner in Argentina. ;

The list of winning sires for
the 1949 season reveals again
that blood not only counts but
lasts. Sire of 39 horses promi-
nent during the season was Near-
co, sired in 1985 by that great
horse, Pharos. Nearco’s pro-
geny won 49 races, the highest
total credited to any sire, and
netted prize money amounting
to £52,500 for their owners, the
season’s record sum. In 1948
Nearco’s progeny earned £49,000,
and in 1947 £30,000.

A significant feature of the
1949 figures was that two of

““What makes you think
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any effect on me—?”



Nearco’s sons also won large
amounts. Nasrullah. foaled in
1940, was third in the list of
winning sires, with a total of

£41,000, compared with £21,000
in the two previous years. Dante,
an impressive winner of the Der-
by as a 1945 three-year-old, fur-
ther demonstrated the value of
Nearco blood by siring winners
of nearly £20,000. This was the
first year in which Dante stock
competed. Eight of his offspring
won 19 races, a highly auspi-ious
start which is certain to be easily
eclipsed in 1950 and later when
more o. his progeny enter the
lists,

The magnificeut Hyperion, now
19 years old, and a son of the
illustrious Galnsborough, held his
high place among winning sires
with a total of £27,000, compared
with £62,000 in the two previous

years, and two of his best known and breeder would not be com-

of
the Derby family which has done

sons, Stardust (12 years old) and
Owen Tudor, a year younger, en-
hanced similar distinguished re-

cords. The progeny of Stardust
has. earned £71,000, and Owen
Tudor’s stock has won £10,000

more, Class, indeed, will tell: the
biggest contributor to the Nearco
total was Nimbus, best of the
1949 three-year-olds with tri-
umps in both the Derby and the
Two Thousand Guineas races.
Nimbus, ir due time, no doubt,
will add lustre to the reputation
of the Pharos-Nearco strain. Chief
honours in the 1949 classic field
were shared with Nimbus by the
filly Musidora, winner of the One
Thousand Guineas and the Oaks
races. They headed the list of
winning horses, Nimbus with
£30,000 from four wins and Mu-
sidora with £23,500 from three
wins,

Great Stayer of Distances

Prominent in this list was that
equine idol, Alycidon, a_ great

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triumph im the Ascot Gold C Ap,
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money £20,000. To Alycidon be-
longs the chief credit for arrest-
ing the challenge of
trained horses. In other years
since World War II the French
method of producing both speed
and staying power had disturbed
Britain's breeders perhaps more
than they cared to admit. French
owners ir 1948 won £62,000 at
races in Britain and _ slightly
more in 1947.

Breeders in Britain pointed out
that they needed time to develop
the invincible pre-war combina-
tion of tenacity and_ sprinting
after concentrating on war-time
breeding for quick results, but
they were nevertheless highly
gratified to find their changed
policy so soon promising success.
The French owners have had their
worse season in England since
1945 with profits cut down from
£62,828 to £34,818. Nineteen for-
ty-nine has not been a good year
for racing owing to long lack of
rain and hard courses, but pub-
lic interest has been as great as
ever, proving once again how
deeply rooted the sport of kings
is in popular affection.

That great patron of racing in
Britain, the Aga Khan, who jocu-
larly said some time ago he had
too many horses, enjoyed a re-
cord season. He was. comfort-

ably at the head of the list of

winning owners with £69,000 won
in 39 races by 19 horses. The

leading contributors to this fig-
ure were those two high class
juveniles,

Palestine, winner of
the Gimerack Stakes and five

other races to the value of £17,-

000, and Diableretta, whose seven

wins earned £12,000, These colts

took the popular fancy more than
any others, and as with Musi-
their success proved the
value of fine blood. Musidora won
more money than any other filly,
beating Sceptre’s record winnings
of £23,000 which had stood since
1902. This filly was sired by
Nasrullah, a son of Nearco. Pal-
estine’s sire in the famous Fait
Trial, and Diableretta is the first
of Dante’s colts—Nearco again—
to achieve real distinction.

The Derby Stable

The Aga Khan’s winnings com-
fortably beat his previous best
figure of £65,000 in 1934, and his
aggregate has been surpassed
only once in the history of the
turf in Britain, by the Duke of
Portland 60 years ago with £74,-
000. In the last 20 years the Aga
Khan has missed his present dis-
tinction only ten times. He was
first a winning owner in 1924,

The seroll of honour as owner
plete without the inclusion
more than any other to establish
and build the great reputation of
Britain’s turf history,
of Derby was the second highest
winning owner’ with £35,000,
mainly due to the triumphs of
the gallant Alycidon, The young
Earl’s late father’s stud gave him
second place to the Aga Khan in
the list of winning breeders,

In a review of the season,
which is both highly competitive
and strenuous for a jockey, Gor-
don Richards proyed his superi-
ority over his ~ontemporaries,
even at the age of 45, by again
finishing as leading jockey, His
261 winners failed by only eight
to equal his record of 1947 and
he was the champion jockey for
the 22nd time. During his 28
years’ riding this great sports-
man has ridden 3,966 winners, a
truly wonderful record,

awith



and Doncaster Cups
oughbred horses are still widely equalled a 70-year-old feat. Two
acknowledged to be the finest in other wins made Alycidon’s prize

French

The Earl

AUSTIN

SUNDAY



Liv erpool |
Loses Lead |
In Ist Division|

LONDON, Jan. 14.

Liverpool lost their position at
the head of the First Division to-
day when they were beaten 3—0
by Bolton at Bolton. Manchester
United with a 1—0 home victory
over Chelsea take the lead by vir-
tue of their better goal average.
Each have thirty-five points. Liv-
erpool,, who have their lead since
November 5, were three down at
half-time. They fought back but
failed to get any quarter. Both
Liverpool and Manchester United
have played 26 games. Blackpool
in third place strengthened their
chances with a 1—0 home win
over Aston Villa while Wolver-

hampton lost ground, being beaten
at Middlesbrough 2—0. Ports-
mouth with a 2—1 win over

Everton take fourth place. Toten-
ham also lost their unbeaten away
record to Leeds United, who won
3—0. It was the first time this
season Totenham failed to score.
They still lead the second division
by 10 points, Sheffield Wednesday
who lost to Plymouth 4—2 fol-
lowing with thirty-four points.

Football Results

SCOTTiSH LEAGUE DIVISION,— A
Aberdeen 4, Celtic 0. Clyde 1. Dunnder

ee

Hearth I, Th'rd Lanark 0. Mother
well 0, Patrick Thistle 2, Queen of the
South 2, Hibernian 2. Raith Rovers 2
St. Mirren 1. Rangers 3, Falirk 0. Stir-

‘ng Albicr 1, East Fife 1.

DIVISION B.—Albion Rovers 3, Allo<
Athletic 2. Arboath 1, St. Johratone 3
Ayr Unitad 4, Dumbarton 2, Cowden-
beath 3, Hamilton Academicals 2. Lun
dee United 1, Dunfermline Athletic 1
Moreton 1 Aidrieonieans 0. Queens Park



Congrats to Mr

Down in

ADVOCATE

JAN 8.

of

Last Monday was clection

For Vestrymen in

NO.

Last Week



town

And both of us deciaed

To vote; so we went down
. . *

Well our friend Tommy Miller

Who felt cooked in the stew,

When the elections finished

He gained place Number Two

Miller

We hope this very year

St. Michael's

Vestry

He'll serve us without fear

Was one

But Friday night, boys, listen,
big Union night
When Mottley and the big guns

Start firing left and right
. * .

You know well in Barbados

Crowded with men to spare

There is room for another Union

Yes! another Union here
. . .

So crowds of Bajans gathered

From town and country too

And they paid great attention

To hear this Union's view
. ° .

1, Kilmarnock 3 Stenhousemuir 1, For- | Well Joe and Robert sat down
for Athletse 1. Next to the Synagorue’s door
FIRST DIVISTON: Arsenal 1. Hudders- | And boys this is no fiction
feld Town 0. Brimingham City 1. Sun- The cannons simply roar
aerland 2. Blackpool 1, Aston Villa 0, . ’ -
Bolton Wandere; 3. Liverpool 2. Derby | This Caribbean Workers’ Union
County 1}, Burnley |. Everton 1, Ports- They made it very clear
mouth 2. Fulham 1, Manchester City 0 Are not accepting workers
Manchester United 1, Chelsea 0. Middles- From no other union here
brough 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 . . .
Newcastle United 1, Charlton Athletic 0. | yoy pay six cents or nine cents
West Bromwich 0, Stoke City 0. i What ever you arrange
SECOND DIVISION — Barnsley 7,/ and when you are not working
Grimsby 2. Blackourn Rovers 3, Leices- You'll get a piece of change
ter City 0. Bientiord 2, Bradford oe . ° .
diff City 1, Bury 0. Coventry y 70, e * a .
Preston Nerth End 0. Hull City 1. Ches- ge ee =

terfield 0. Leeds United 3, Tottenham Hot-
spur 0. Laitton Town 1, Queens Parr
Rangers .. Sheffield Wednesday 2, Ply
mount Argyle 4. Southampton 1, Swan-

So all the Union benefits

Will come to you and me.
. . .

ra 7 - Each member if he cares to
m2. Westnam United 0, Shef- Fac .
field a 0 : ' Can take a careful look
‘ To see that every penny

THIRD DIVIS‘'ON SOUTHERN: Brigh ,
ton 5, Newport County 0. Bristo} City 1
Bristol Rovers 2. Exter City 1, Leyton
Orient 1. Ipswich Town 2, Reading 0
Millwall 9, Northampton Town 2. Notts
County 0, Crystal Palace 1. Port Vale 2.
Watford ~. Southend United 1, Bourne-



and then

Is registered in the book.
. * .

One Union has this Slogan
Reciting now
“The merchants got the money
But “we” union got the men.”
. . *

mouth 0. Swindon Town 0. Nottingham
Forest 5. Torquay United 4, Aldershot 0,| The Caribbean has this Slogan
Walsall 1, Norwich City 1 It represents great and small
—Reuter. “A square deal for the workers
An honest deal for all.’
* . e
‘ 5 So boys you better join up.
De Gas eri Not those who're are in the
. The Caribbean has a clean sheet

To register “the rest’.
= :

.

Joe turned to Comrade Robert

WillForm |.
6th Cabinet | *

nd said:
Caribbean Workers’

this is my view
Union
Is the better of the two.

‘ .

So we'll enlist to-morrow

Believe this if you may
ROME, Jan, 14. We'll pay subseriptions weekly
And drink a J & R every day

President Luigi Einaudi today
charged Christian Democrat
leader Alcide De Gasperi with the
formation of a new Government.

This will be the sixth post-war
Cabinet, headed by the 68-year-
old De Gasperi. He resigned as
Premier two days ago to reform
the Cabinet.

Signor De Gasperi will start
consultations with political lead-
ers immediately, but names of the
new Cabinet are not expected
until next week,

After two days of political con-
Sultations, which climaxed the ]},
Government’s three months’ old i
crisis, President Einaudi summon- } |
ed Signor De Gasperi to the
Quirinal Palace this morning for
formal acceptance of his Govern-

}
ment’s resignation, and to ask
him to form a new Cabinet. {

Earlier to-day, President
Einaudi had called on veteran

Italian statesman, 79-year-old ex-
Premier Vitoria Emanuele Or-
lando, lying sick at his home, for
the last of his consultations be-
fore entrusting the Government
once more to Signor De Gasperi.
—Reuter.

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Published by The Advocate Co, Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows

Sunday, January 15, 1950

Breken Promises

IN SPITE of Lord Trefgarne’s recent
statement that the number of ee
approved by the Colonial meveneers
Corporation and fully operational in
November last was 28 with a capital com-
mitment of £14,500,000, and the recent
announcement that C.D.C. have success-
fully negotiated for a concession of 500
square miles of forests in British Guiana,
yet there is still dissatisfaction at the pro-
gress made, and the opinion is expressed
freely that little is being done for the
countries of the Caribbean.

The man in the street, as well as the more
educated is becoming more and more de-
spondent. And now the Bishop Designate
of Trinidad is the latest recruit to those
who are warning the Colonial Office and
the respective Governments of the various
territories that patience is being exhausted.

Writing of the frustration experienced in
British Honduras, the Bishop gives an im-
pressive list of the commissions, technical
specialists and high ranking civil servants
who have visited the colony, and of the
kindly promises made and schemes put
forward which foundered before they were
put into operation. “There is something
wrong with our methods of Crown Colony
Government,” writes the Bishop: It is
not the man, either in the Colonial Office
or the Colony, it is the method. It is the
interminable delay and reports, the visits
of the highly paid experts, and the deci-
sions that are taken with little reference
to the moral and human needs of the
individuals that live in the colony,
which are completely frustrating.” The
Bishop points out that the people of British
Honduras have time and again protested
their unswerving loyalty to the British
Crown in the face of claims of the neigh-
bouring Republic of Guatemala.

That there can be no moral justification
for holding huge areas of undeveloped
land unless they are to be used for the
benefit of the inhabitants and of any Brit-
ish settlers who will help im the opening
up of these virgin territories is a sentiment
that will be subscribed to by most West
Indians who are now ekring out a precari-
ous existence in overcrowded islands from
which there is little prospect of emigrating
in search of prosperity.

The countries around the Caribbean
have closed their doors to West Indians
and they are unwanted in the Dominions
and in the United States of America. For
over thirty years they have been buoyed
up by promises of a new Eldorado in Brit-
ish Guiana. And after the conditions were
not found to be suitable for Assyrians or
Jews, who were given priority of settle-
ment, West Indians again had reason to
hope that something would be done when
the Evans’ Report was published. But at
the rate at which progress is being made,
and if the figures given of the labour need-
ed initially on the new 500 square miles
concession are correct, then it will be
many years before any appreciable flow
of emigrants will be leaving Jamaica and
Barbados and the other overcrowded
islands for the South American Colony.

Patience it is said, is a virtue, but, in this
particular instance patience can only lead
to disaster. Statistics show that the rate
of increase in the population in these
islands is alarmingly high and that unless
there is an outlet there will soon come a
time when it will be beyond all human
effort to provide even the barest of living
standards for the dense population.

While British Guiana was the original
Mecca, the Evans’ Report stimulated hopes
that British Honduras would, within a
reasonable time, be able to absorb some
of our excess population. But now that
no less a personage than the Bishop of
Honduras has confirmed the opinion that
the same campaign of masterly inactivity
is being waged in the Central American
Colony, it may be as well for the United
Kingdom Governmen: to take heed of the
Bishop's warning that “none can tell what
results poverty and suffering and the
anguish of spirit of a frustrated people
may have.”

While failure to implement schemes has
brought down bitter criticisms on the heads
of the planners and the Colonial Office, it
did not stir up the feeling of resentment
which devaluation of the British Honduras

OUR READERS SAY:
ipenntimenpenidlinomenetecr

co

Some Suggestion

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Mr. S. A. Walcott jn
thanking tis taxpayers of St.
James for returning him at the
head of the poll at the Vestry
election, on Monday last, asked
them to bring to his notice any-

should form

lines,

tender-in good faith:
themSelves
Committee (a) to enquire into the
running of the Sanitary Depart-
ment with a view of reorganising
it along modern and up-to-date
For this purpose they could

jollar and the utter disregard of the prom- |
Sane by the Ministry of Food to the |
West Indian Sugar producers have man-
aged to accomplish almost over-night,

When Sterling was devalued the position |
of British Honduras, whose currency had |
been linked for generations with that of
the United States of America, was care-
fully examined and special concessions
were made in regard to the currency of the
colony.. Within three months the special
concessions and the promises given to the
people of Honduras were over-ridden and
forgotten, and in spite of protestations and
the solid vote of the unofficial members of
the Legislature the special powers of the
Governor were invoked to devalue the
dollar. :

These two incidents, coming so close
together, have had a shattering effect on
the faith which the peoples of the Carib-
bean formerly placed in the integrity of
the Government of the United Kingdom.
It is this faith and knowledge that a prom--
ise was as good as a bond that has linked
the countries of the Commonwealth. If
this faith is lost then anything may hap-

n.

The West Indian may be classified
among the backward peoples of the world,
but he needs no dose of British culture nor
extra-mural educational courses to make
him realize that he is being used as a, politi-
cal pawn. Neither West Indians nor other
Colonials, whether from Mauritius, Africa
or Fiji, will be prepared to continue in
voluntary association with a Common-
wealth in which Ministerial Departments
are more concerned with the cost of sugar
on the breakfast table of the British house-
wife than the very existence of a colonial.
And the fact that they suspect that after
the election the same Government if return-
ed may reverse their latest decisions, and
throw overboard the promises made to the
British electors, makes them even more
aware of the precarious position of the
colonies.

If the confidence of the colonial is to
be restored something must be done
without delay to remove colonial affairs
from the sphere of internal political cam-
paigns in the United Kingdom.

No Colonial is prepared to be sacrificed
on the altar of full employment for the
people of Britain.

Grow More Fruit

“FARMERS’ DAY” must be ranked
among the major progressive features
instituted by the Agricultural Department
within recent years. Started as a natural
corollary the District Agricultural
Stations, the advantages of meeting in
friendly rivalry at these Farmers’ shows,
where expert agricultural information
could be obtained free of charge, were
quickly appreciated by peasants, and to-
day “Farmers’ Day” in the parishes is
looked forward to by peasants, small
holders and all who have interests in the
produce of the soil. '

There is always something of interest
and of economic value to be acquired at
these meetings, and the recent show at
Groves was no exception to the general
rule,

The need for fruit cultivation cannot
be stressed too strongly. As long as every
square foot of the best agricultural lands
is reserved for the major economic crop—
sugar—there is no likelihood that Barba-
dos will ever be able to grow sufficient
fruit to supply the needs of the island.
But it should be possible, with little effort,
to retain within the colony a consider-
able portion of the money which is now
expended on importing fruit from the
neighbouring colonies. And, even if
little were saved, an increased supply of
home-grown fruit would find a ready
market.

Few people realize that over £20,000
worth of fruit is brought into this island
annually, The greater part of this fruit
comes from St. Lucia, Dominica, St, Vin-
cent and Trinidad, with St. Lucia and
Dominica ranking as the chief suppliers,
British Guiana, Grenada, Montserrat and
the French Indies also supply small quan-
tities of the fruit landed here,

In spite of this ‘omparatively large sum
Spent on importation of fruit, few in Bar-
bados can enjoy the luxury because freight
rates and the losses through damage peg
the prices above the means of the average
worker. If every peasant and every house-
holder would follow the advice of the
Department of Agriculture, then there is
no reason why Barbados should not pro-
duce an appreciable fruit crop which
would go a long way to ensure that more
of the population had access to the health-
giving vitamins contained in fruit juices,

to

The Vestry

could advise along this line to-
into a

gether with a representative from
each district or area in the parish).

(ec) Erect a few baths and
latrines along the seacoast. The
Chief Inspector could advise on the

1911.

1930.

thing that was going wrong in
the parish and any suggestions
that were made for the benefit of
the parish would receive his at-
tention.

Your correspondent B. S. Searles
has ably dealt with the poor, sani-
tation and appointments in a
recent issue of your newspaper.
While I share his views to some
extent in appointments 1 differ
from him in this respect. The
Commissioners of Health or any
set of employers shold always
try to get the best material for
their money. If the men and
women of the parish fail to put
themselves to the trouble to get
qualified for the position of Nurse
or Sanitary Inspector, it is nobody's





fault but their own if they fail to
get the job

y view is when a job is vacant
give the be qualified am <

li {f they come from Trini

, St. Vincent or Jamaica. Here ar

are a few iggestions

which I sg;

invite the Chief Inspector of the
Board of Health, the Chief In-
Spector of St. Michael together
with the Chief Inspector of the
Parish and if possible the Chief
Medical Officer or the Sanitation
Officer; not because I feel that our

Chief Inspector cannot give the
right information or plans for
setting up a proper department,

for I know he is quite able to do
this, but because I feel the advice
of the gentlemen mentioned would
certainly carry greater weight
with the Commissioners of the
parish or the Vestry as the case





may be.

(b) Review salaries of all
parochial servants and readjust
them to suit the present cost of
living

(ce) Review pensions of the
Nd give a littl

(d) Erect

eas of the the R I
pe d e Chief Inspe

most suitable sites for this pur-
pose. Money to be supplied by
Government.

(f) A central playfield (say be-
tween Trents, Sandy Lane or even
Rectory Lands) for people on the
flat of the parish. Mr. J. H.
Wilkinson, a broadhearted gentle-
man has already given the people
of the hilly area a nice bit of land
for their recreation, but govern-
ment should be asked to supply
a piece of land ir. this area for
the people. Playtields should be
supplied by Government and
maintained by the parish.

(g) Proper quarters should be
built for the nurses of the Alms-





house, The present quarters are
a disgrace to the parish
(h) Folke ne should be sold
i modern house built for the



overhauled and
built

ew one

ped) 48 Se ae urge. he sila

l was still

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the Party . .





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Zilliboy

“Pm gery hurt .°. . my long years :
. faith in the Prime Minister is just a little
dimmed . . +”



“*No—I can’t come tothe Extra:
ordinary Meeting of the Central
London Fabian Society—I’m
dining with Mr. Butler at the

Carlton Club.”

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Y-YES!”

the Fence

By Nathaniel Gubbins

ARGUMENT about whether

January 1 marks the 49th or 50th
year of the 20th century doesn’t
matter to me.
I have lived through it all and
didn’t like any of it.

All I know is that

Here are the low spots of my

life starting at the beginning of
the century: —

About 1900. Aged about siz.
Heard roar of cheering in
streets of London. It was relief
of Mafeking. Didn’t like the

noise, Cried’ and was taken
home.
1901. Went to school. Punched

and kicked
Didn’t like it,
taken home.
Got a job. Didn't like it,
Nearly cried, Went home.

.

1914. Enlisted in Army. Didn’t
like it. Too old to ery. Couldn’t
go home.

1915. Went to France. Didn’t
like it. Sick. Invalided home.
1919. Released from Army. Got
a job. Didn’t like it. No use
crying. Money to take home.
1921. Fired. Didn’t cry, but went

home.

1922. Got another job. Didn't like
it. Got married, First quarrel.
Didn’t like it. Nearly cried.
Nearly went home.

1923-29. Working ‘as reporter.
Didn’t like it. Reporters too
tough to cry. Went home when
I could.

~

by bigger boys.
Cried and was

* *

Started funny column.
Nobody laughed. Nearly cried.
Went home.

1939. War. Didn't like it. Munich

enough to make anybody cry.
Went home.

1940. Bombs. Didn’t like them.
Home Guard. Didn't like it,
But nothing to cry about. Could
always go home.

1945. Peace. Didn't like it. Ration-
ing continued. Didn’t like it, In-
come tax. Didn’t like it. Felt
like crying. Went home. :

1946. Left Surrey Nest for Sea
Nest. Didn't like sea. Don’t like
sea now. Shall never like sea,
No use crying. Sea is home.

1949. Invited to join Special Con-

. Stabulary “in case.” What?
Another war? Another uni-
form? Didn’t like it. Felt like
crying. Went home.

One Good Deed

IN Port Elizabeth, South Africa,

one good deed a day is per-

formed by local scoutmasters

who sit in with lonely wives

while their husbands are out

with the boys, There is no

charge.

—From the news.

EVEN if you are a scoutmaster
you don’t have to sit right at the
end of the divan.

I'm quite comfortable here,
thank you.
Then I shall sit your end,

Isn’t that nicer?
Well, yes. In a way.

You don’t sound very enthusi-
astic.

Oh, yes, I am. But one has to
remember one’s a scoutmaster.

But scoutmasters do the most
terrible things. I’ve read about
them. .

There are black sheep in every
fold,

Il simply adore black sheep.
What's that badge for? Making
fires out of little bits of flint?

Yes.

And that one?

Good conduct.

Don’t move back any further.
You'll fall over the edge. Shall
I tell your fortune? '

Why, yes. Of course.

To-night you’re going to lose
one badge and win another.

Am I?

You’re going to lose your good
conduct badge. How do you like
that?

Welt ocx

And win a badge for starting
another little fire. Do you know
where?

Really, Mrs. Bracegirdle.

A little fire in my heart. Shall
I tell you something else?

You'd better not. I thought I
heard a key in the front’ door.

Oo’s got black sheep’s eyes, co
has.

-.Oh, hello, Bracegirdle,
goo’ time?

Yes. Have you?

In the Club

“WELL, what’s going to happen
now?”

“About what?”

“The Government. I suppose
you think the Conservatives are
going to win the election?

“No, I don’t”

“Because if you do you're
wrong. The Socialists will get in
with a majority of at least 190,
if you ask me.”

“I didn’t ask you.”

“After all, who benefits by
Socialism? Not the people with
initiative and brains, but the
people with no initiative and just
enough brains to see when it’s

Had a



Teday’s Thought

VERY TRAIT of beauty
may be referred to
some virtue, as to inno-
cence, candor, generosity,

modesty, or heroism.
—ST. PIERRE

HAT a man does, not

what he feels, thinks,
or believes, is the uni-
versal yardstick of be-
haviour.

—BENJAMIN C. LEEMING



s For luprovements In St. James

This could be done by obtaining a 1920. He went on to make re-

loan for the purpose,

These Sir, are my Suggestions
for the Vestry and I hope they
will receive them in the spirit in
which I give them.
REASONABLE TAXPAYER,

A Deserved Tribute
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should like to pay tri-
bute first to the modesty and
secondly to the masterly handling
of the pen picture of the West
Indies Cricket Captain’ John God-
dard appearing in your issue of
Wednesday.

The insight of the writer en-
abled him to commit to paper the
qualities which go to make up the
cricketer and in the case of God-
dard those which make for suc-
cess. He was never the stroke
player like Martin of Jamaica
or Dillon Ince of Wanderers but
there is a power and drive
due to the quickness of feet and
Sood eyesight. I first realised this
when O. A. Pilgrim of Spartan
met John in a presentatiqn match
at Kensington. The six ball over
in fashion and in one
over John took four sixes and one
four off the man who had skittled
out the Trinidad Friendly Team of

cords and in being appointed Cap-
tain-of the West Indies eam at
his age is yet another record.

In future Barney Millar, for it
is he to whom I now pay tribute
should give followers of the game
the benefit of his background
gained as a schoolboy watching
the giants play at the Bay.

OLD STAGER.

Dangerous |
To The Editor, The #Jvocate

SIR—A few weeks ago a corre-
spondent in your Evening Edition
made mention of the breaking of
the surface of the Goodland Road
to lay water mains after that
road had been resurfaced.

I should like to mention that it
would have been wise on the part
of the Transport and Highways
Department to put signs at either
entrance to this road now that it
is blocked several hours during
the day.

It is a popular Highway lessen-
ing by nearly a mile the journey
from Black Rock to Bridgetown
and many motorists use it twice
daily. Imagine the annoyance to
find that after traversing half the
distance one has to turn back be-«

Shinbag

vw! devoted service to

“Y-y-yes, M-M-Morgan Phillips

oe eo ¥eyryes, C-c-c-certainly, ,,














“It’s ali. very well to snipe and
snzer at ‘The Right Road for
Britain,’ hue it’s full of things
any Socialist might be proud of.











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“Aa Ay Hangs
"1 should like it to be clearly
understood that | think Mr,
_tlee is the greatest P.M. since
i Mr. Gladstone, a finer orator
than Mr. Churchill, the liveliest
human dynamo since Nupoleon
and possesses the orgunising
genius of Henry Ford.”



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time to go home. And who’s in
the majority?”

“I don’t know.” ,

“People without brains have al- |
ways been in the majority and
always will be. Otherwise there
wouldn't be enough workers to
go round.”

“Wouldn't there?” ‘

“So it stands to reason if the
majority benefits by Socialism the
majority will vote for Socialism.
And you can’t tell me any differ-
ent.”

“I’m not trying to.” ,

“They’ve got enough brains for
that, but not enough to see any
further. Perhaps you can tell me
what’s going to happen when
there are no more rich to soak
and no more high incomes to tax?’

“No, I can’t.”

“Well, I’ll tell you. If the
workers want all their free bene-
fits without our help they’ll have
to pay double the taxes they re
paying now Then there’s going
to be trouble.”

“Is there ?”

“Strikes, riots, civil war.
what then?”

“No idea.”

“Communism. Stalin knows
how to deal with workers who
cause trouble.”

“Does he?”

“I warn you 1950’s going to be
worse than the last five years put



And



ne a

together. For the workers. Into}
the factory, or else. For us. |
Think as they think, or else. For
the country, poverty, ruin,

slavery, chaos. End. Happy New
Year to you.”
“Same to you.”

Old Saws Right |

Dr. Vaden Miles, Detroit
professor of physics, has
reached the conclusion that
many old proverbs predicting
the weather are meteorologi-
cally sound,

Among reliable ones are: —

“Evening red, morning
grey, will help the traveller
on his way.”

“Rain before seven, fine
before eleven.”

SOME old weather saws in this
part of the world are equally re-
liable about health.

In January pond is froze. |

In February blow your nose.

If March be mild with showers of
rain,

In April blow your nose again.

May blossom heavy hung with







snow, = —
’ SL ee ay

Go to bed, and blow, blow, blow. 99999999999996966s . 599999999

If in June east winds do freeze. ‘ CHOOSES TOSS IS SSOS




y

All July you'll hack and sneeze.

Cold wind in August and Sep-
tember,

Cough, cough, cough all through
November.

December snow, December cheer,

Doctor calls throughout New Year.

—LES.

cause half of the narrow road is | $
blocked or some lorry laden with | ¢
goods is parked. ‘
A similar experience brought
public dissatisfaction when the
Chamberlain Bridge used to be
swung without any notice at the
Probyn—Bay Street corner and
movorists had to make a detour
through Fairchild Street to come
out about fifty yards away near
the triangle. The public deserves
some consideration, |

MOTORIST.

Keep To Schedule

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—With the exception of a
few; Theatre buses are in the
habit of taking off before the pic-
ture ends.

There are a few of the patrons |
who have got so accustomed to!

this bad practice that they leave!

the theatre before the end of |
the picture in order to avoid
getting left by their respective |
buses, ’ %
Cannot the Transport Der ¢
ment in the interest of é ‘ *
goers call upor 1e CO
aires to keep strictly to the 5
scheduled times io
OPERATOR,

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“ te” yesterday.
a Apress came in yesterday
ing by re oe
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tings Hotel.
= aid that in spite of all the
. ties in connection with

supply, they had kept
Bane diverias to the West
nd hoped that they would
be able to do so in the future.
The outlook for 1950 as far as
economic conditions were con-
. could be considered as
Canada bn Pawo
° veloped a lot of new
— an taiaawice and had
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Pemeir pulation was normally
and they or be
initiative and goo
“ow Siang they could maintain
for years to come.
most other countries be-
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ses OF tected with the shortage
yUS. dollars and personally, he
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1 syed that sooner or later, those

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chief duties
of patching pot-holes
ee cscaring drains and -water-
s ses in the country districts.
~The Openings in roads are
made daily by utility companies
‘sich as the Gas, and Electric
‘Companies and the Water Works
tment. The repairs of
hese openings wil] be done by
the workmen.
Maintenance of the road means
ning the surface true to shape.
is done by an application
colas and a suitable gravel.
The degree of maintenance
quired on any particular road
ends on the amount of traffic
that makes use of the road, Those
ro which are regularly used

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COUNT and Countess Orlowski poses for the

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

LOCAL NEWS



“Advocate” cameraman

Count Found Barbados
Gift Coins In U.K.

COUNT ORLOWSKI who has just donate
of Barbadian coins to the Barbados Museu
farms in Vermont, U.S.A, and his wife and
interested in the raising of Welsh Corgi dog

Cyclist Injured

Bertie Prescod of St.
was

cident on Bay Street in

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morning about

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Philip
admitted to the General
Hospital in an unconscious state
after he was involved in an =
the
vicinity of the Gas Co., with the
yesterday



d a number
m, has three
he, are very
s.

He is, of course, a collector of
coins, stamps, porcelain and
antiques. He visited Barbados
for the first time, eleven years
ago and this is his second while
for his Canadian born wife, wno
accompanied him on this trip, it
is her first visit.

They are guests at the Hastings
Hotel and when the Advocate
reporter and camera man visited
the couple yesterday, they saw a







Giant Tree
May Be 70

IN the grounds of the British
Council at “Wakefield,” there is a
tree that may well be seventy
years old and which may well live
for more than 900 years to come.
The tree is a Baobab Tree, other-
wise known as the ‘‘Monkey Bread
Tree” and is famous not only for
the age it sometimes attains, but
also for the girth of its trunk.

This particular tree at the British
Council bears among words, some
of which are indecipherable, the
words “Mardi Huts” and the figure
“1880”. Whether that means that
it was planted in 1880 seems to be
as good a guess as any.

Africa

The Baobab Tree is a native of
Africa, and is also well established
in Ceylon wnere it was introduced
by Arab Traders. The trunk
sometimes attains a girth of 70
feet, and there are specimens sup-
posed to be more than a thousand
years old. It bears a pulpy fruit
from which a drink is made, and
the dried leaves are sometimes
eaten.

According to the Encyclopedia
Brittanica, the trunks of these
trees sometimes reach a girth of
70 feet, and it is one of the largest
specimens of trees known. It
bears a large woody fruit, and the
bark yields a strong fibre which
can be made into rope or woven
into cloth.

The name of the genus —
Adonsonia digitata—was given in
honour of Michel Adanson, ;a
celebrated French botanist and
traveller.

Queen’s Park also boasfs_ a
Baobab Tree. ‘Ay!

1,000 Pounds
Flying Fis
ying Fish
The greatest catch of fish re-
corded in the Public Market so
far this year was on Friday, Jan-
uary 3, when over 1,140 lbs., of
Flying fish was brought in.
A reasonable amount of fish
passed through the market last
week. On Monday nearly 500

lbs., of flying fish and over 300
lbs., of dolphin were brought in.





Over 140 lbs., of shark were
also on sale in the market on
that day. Tuesday saw nearly
300 Ibs.. of dolphin and small

quantity of shark on sale.





SUNDAY ADVOCATE





Senior Scouts Blaze Trail

: The lads of the 10th B'dos (Fi
Barbados Sea Scouts) Senior
Troop have been blazing the trail
Guring the past week. To finish
off vheir Christmas vacation they
decided to have a week of Scout-
ne activities, and on Monday last
they met at their Headquarters,
Needham’s Poiny, to mule the
final details. Here is a record of
What.they did:—
TUESDAY 10TH.

Visited the Swedish Training
Ship “Sunbeam” which has been
in Carlisle Bay for the past two
weeks, They rowed out to the
“Sunbeam” from the Harbour
Police Jetty in their own Troop
boat “Ariki” and were shown
around the ship by vhe 2nd Officer
—Mr. Hans Lundberg. Mr. Lund-
berg showed great interest in oun
island and said he had heard
about Cole’s cave, Thereupon the
Scouts offered to take him out vo
see the cave and so an expedition
was arranged for next day. After
leaving the ship the scouts paid
a short visit to Pelican Island and
then returned to their moorings

off the H.P. jetvy. This visit to
Pelic

an was on instructions given
by Map Reference to scout Geof-
frey Rudder wh

© was completing
the tests for one of vne Public
Service Proficiency Badges.
WEDNESDAY 11TH,

Visited Cole’s cave and had a
most interesting adventure explor-
ing, for a distance of nearly a
mile, the many subierranean
chambers, ete.

THURSDAY 12TH, 4.30 P.m,

_First Aid Badge test at Y.M.C.A.
kindly arranged by the D.S.M.
and Mr. BE. B. Williams, Com-
missioner of the St John’s Am-
bulance Brigade.

Cycled to Seawell Aerodrome

see the Meteorological Instru-
ments. The Airport Manager—
Mr. Bancroft kindly gave per-

mission to see the instruments and
to have a general vour of the
‘drome. The officer in charge of
the Meteorological Station—Mr,
Babb, did a fine job showing the
boys around and seemed to have
been extremely glad of their
company. This tour was one of
vhe most interesting of the week,
and the scouts are extremely
grateful to Mr. Bancroft and Mr.
Babb for their kindness.
FRIDAY 13TH.

On Friday at 5.00 p.m, an “Ad-
vancement Ceremony” was held
a’ their Headquarters when two
scouts. of the Junior Troop were
advanced and received into the
Senior Troop. They are: Patrol
Leaders Noel W. Smith and Noel
Clarke.

The following Senior Scouts re-
ceived proficiency badges:—

rst from Canada, to cigarettes in boxes

as they are seen on the market

From there they visited the Con-
erete Factory, but unfortunavely,

the plant was not in operation
They were hcwever shown arounc
by the Overseer who explainec

how vhe concrete blocks are made |

The Rovers enjoyed this camp
very much indeed, and expressed
the wish that it was two weeks

longer.
Rally Rehearsal

There will be a rehearsal o/
the activities vo be carried out at
the Rally to be staged by th
South Western Districy on Thurs
day evening next at 4.30 at Scou
Headquarters, Beckles Road, an
all Scouters, Scouts and Cubs ar
asked to attend and be punctual
There was to have been a practic:
last Thursday evening but, may-
be, due vo the inclement weather
there was a scanty turnout o
Scouts. Therefore please make :
note of this practice and be ther
av 4,30 p.m. on Thursday next
19th January.

There will also be a practice fo
the Scouts selected to do Bridge
building at Scout Headquarters
Beckles Road, on Monday next
(tomorrow) at 5.00 p.m.

o .

25 Years Ago
Barbados Advocate, Jan. 15, 1921
The General Hospital
The regular monthly meeting o
the House Committee of th
General Hospital was held at noo.
yesterday. There were presen.
the Lord Bishop (Chairman), Hon
Dr, J. R. Phillips, M.L.C., Hon.
E. A. Hinkson, M.B.E., M.L.C.
Messrs EB, A. Baeza, M.C.P.., S. C
Thorne, M.C.P., and E. B. Skeete,

Dr. R. Husy, Senior Resident
Surgeon was in attendance.

The minutes of the previous
meeting having been circulated
they were taken as read and con-
firmed,

A letter was read from the
Colonial Secretary stating that he
had been directed to inform the
Board that the Commissioner o:
Montserrat had requested that
James Peters, a native of Montser-
rat, be kept at the Hospital and
treated at the expense of the
Montserrat Government.

PERSONAL

Mr. Grantley Adams, B.A., Bar-
rister-at-Law, arrived here yester-
day from Trinidad by the S.S
“Crynesses,” having left England
by the C.G.T. line. He was Bar-
bados Scholar, in 1918, and left
here for England in 1919. He was
called to the Bar in December.


















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maintenance than the P—631. He was detained for joud in their praise for the climate quiet days but on Friday over Oraivor Badge. Scout Geoffrey % s
observation, of the island and its people whom 550 Ibs., of flying fish and nearly Rudder—Despatch Rider Badge. $ FRESH %
they had found to be very court- 200 lbs., of dolphin came to the The following Senior Scouts x ~ BI Yy
fous to visitors indeed, Public Market. have also passed the Junior First | X x
Count Orlowski was born in These quantities of fish were Aid Badge: Geoffrey Rudder, Pat % VEGETABLE %
Paris. He said that he had tried sold in the market but many Haynes, Noel W. Smith, and Ber- & x
to get a.number of Barbadian more lbs.. were sold along the nard Perkins, This qualifies them g SEEDS % aa
coins during his first visit here wharf and street. for the Part I vest of the Am- % x 66 :
but those which were offered were bulance Badge. e alia %
in such a bad state that he did P fe ee = a oe %
not purchase any. whic eeps Scouting alive anc 7 y
The coins which he had donated Traffic Cop interesting and it is hoped that x LANDRE H ¥%
tothe Senate Museum were ts A B Sounen = Re potning 35 % — At % FOUR SQUARE BRAND
collected\in England ten years ago Ge Ox %
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and he had brought them back Troops. Well done Sea Scouts ¢ ae ‘i
In Carlisle Hay because he thought they would be The Policeman on traffic point keep up the good work, % x ; AND ENJOY
IN PORT—Yawl Potick, Aux. Keten ARRIVALS oo tons yet, Of more interest to Barbadians duty in Trafalgar Square has More Badges DF iii ane te % ay i da
, Seb, Molly W. Jones, Sch Cop wratuciond rom, Corpus Christi; than to anyone else, again been nya 7 Mh bev an att . ee an of - $ CARROT (3 kinds), LETTUCE % aye
Sy meee, See, Btasse: Gat: even, See ‘ The open box which was there Barbados (Bethel) has passed his (4 kinds) » :"
baad ieee et See Ra Pasa Gopinsay, 450 tons net, Capt Count Orlowski and his wife a few Saneine ago was taken away Despatch Rider Badge. Harcourt % OKRA, BEANS (5 wines) date x “A G e
N. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Emanuel Watts, from GEPARTUBES expect to leave on January 18, by and the roof was altered, The js at present in hospital with an|% KONE, RABE ta Minas’ SR a
Gordon, Sch Benpale a Henrietin Schooner Frances W. Smith, 74 tons net. the R.M.S. ‘Lady Rodney’, since box was brought back at 10.00 injured foot, x CAULIFLOWER o “eer
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: 3 from Montreal said that she liked more attractive and is painted (Sv. Philip) Crew who were in % SWEET MARJORAM, BROCOLLI, >
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Barbados and the service at the in green. camp at Warrens woods from 24th x MUSTARD, CELERY, LEEK, % AFTER STOCK TAKING
; ‘th Valley, S.S. Sobieski, S.S, S hotel was excellent. She thought It was built by Cpl. “Joe” December broke camp on Satur- Q CHINESE CROBAGET BRON, >
Se wears. (West Indies) Lid... re, 2.9. tole Braal, 88. take that the island’ was a marvellous Byer, the Constabulary’s carpen~ day, 7th January after two weeks} % MUSKMELON, WATERMELON, ‘| | WE HAVE MADE
ine following ‘ships through ther Sieamous, 9.8. Norness, S. zsso Glas. UNspoilt place that still had its- ter, who is well known in cricket of fine Scouting % BRUSSELS SPROUTS, ¥
dos Coast Station: — s.S by a ar ar eras $.s. natural charm. circles. During their stay in camp vhey x e x SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
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Traveler, S.S. Stalia, §.S. Orsolina, S.S. Carrabulle, S.S. iene. : “t sisved by Me TF To A, Smith, ° :
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ARBRIVALS—By B.W.LA.I. ae Sille Pils Mls CSrariorie Nell ingly. Every case is different— parades at Sharon, and on Tues-
m TRINIDAD—Anna Herbert, John Miss Eucille Pile, Miss s Joan some trifling thing comes up and jay night, 3rd J ary, they held
: Stevurs aster Robert Washburn, Miss Joa : ? day night, 3rd January, they held
soon, ome Washburn “Mrs. Phyllis. Washburn, throws all the theories out of a Campfire on Jackson’s pasture at our Home Products Department
Mullin soseph ‘Tomlinson, Alma i a ag ggg gear, so your ideas must eee which was well attended by
» § ite, ruce rocope, Miss " ried. st always , . M 23
ANTIQUA "chyuries Adams, Mr. Cecil Jones; Mr. Kenneth Seale, Miss be cut and dried. You must always Bcouvers, Scouts and friends in GUAVA CHEESE~Pk« 18¢ BARLEY SUGAR—Ib. 84e,
ah Adams, Lyman Beeman, Mary Marion Watson, Mr. Taabelle ‘Farmer, Ve of your best—and, above all, the vicinity. On Thursday 5th, és » —Bars ; 8c PEPPER SAUCK—large bot. 40c.
RPuicheline Glowacki. Dudley Fomicr Miss Brenda Farmer, YOU must keep in mind that they visited the Tobacco Factory SHADDOCK RIND—Pk«, 18 S seppesmall bot. 2c
Sees delnie Cesar Mr ‘eax Sepaene Mrs. Virginia you're dealing with human beings where they were shown the va- ets MNTe ‘a eee ae me ae
} Mr. Suher Grinberg, Mrs. Sendei Terrell, Mr. Chimon Averboukh, Mis —you must be humane always. rious svages through which the PLAIN MINTS—Ib, 66 CORNED PEPPHRS—small
OE, Master James Grinberg, Miss Pat Fenty. But not sentimental. I don’t manufacture of cigarettes pass; MIXED MINT STICKS le, WO os ba ths dacs 403 » 30e
For La GUAIRA—Mrs. Vera Wileox, bolieve in that kind of tomfoolery : : PLAIN MINT—Sticks 2c, SALTED NUTS—larwe bot, . 68¢
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always to tell everybody the
strict truth—no matter how pain-
ful. And perhaps the most im-
portant thing’ I learned was never
to be censorious—and never to

“Ruby” Recovered

The 19-foot fishing boat
“Ruby” which broke away from

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its moorings at Holetown be- 10, 1, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET,
foe say: You ought to be ashamed of tween 10. p.m. on Wednesday
+ 1,08 p.m, yourself.” 3 sis THE open box to provide cover and 6. a.m. on Thursday was re-
fat (Codrj i 9 : , Detective spector ilian for the Constable on trafic point covered about 10. o'clock the
for Mout oe eS What 8S OU Today Wyles, Britain’s first woman duty in Trafalgar Square was re- same day near Paynes Bay, :
a TD) 70.5 deg. F. ; sae deta SA ica, detective, telling listeners to the turned to the Square at 10 o’clock The boat which is valued at oO;
Eby N. @ a.m.) B, (il p.m.) Son Teul Garne’ at. Kenaingian, | «= BBG “Women's Programme” yesterday morning. Above is the $500.00. and insured is the prop- Deena
aa Velocity: 14 miles per hour “1.30 p.m, the qualities a woman needs to first constable to use the box erty of St.
og ®™.) 30.042, 41 a.m.+ Sunday School at 3, 3.30 and 4 p.m,

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Year 1950 be one marked indelibly in your memory
as a year of Success, Expansion and Achievement.

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Of 1831 Amd 75!

Labour's Clarion Cry For The Elections Will Be “Let Us Face The Past’

We know what line the Social-
ists are going to take when they
appeal to the country. Last time,
they had a stirring and_satisfac-
tory slogan, “Let Us Face The
Future.” This time their clarion
cry will be, “Let Us Face The

Ky Colm Brogan

Lords and the whole Tory gang.
Thé People were writhing, of
course, as usual, but they were
actually thinking of doing some-
thing about it. They were drilling

Charles was ruling without a Par-|
lament at all. And The People, |
the unfortunate People, had |
mostly not even got as far as
writhing in those days. They were
so sunk in sloth and apathy that
they thought not having a Parlia-
ment was quite a good idea.

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ad HER S{OCKINGS ae ime eee Seat oe Perihever a ee Past. * in secret and getting ready to burn n aon

eso} HER UNDIES Two petticoats over frilly | piers and b The speeches are already being down public buildings. It was a Charles the First was mucn/

x ER UNDIES - - - | bloomers. stays, chemise, vest. | _~ ee ee wee rehearsed and the propaganda is jense and terrifying time. Civil helped in pba pea colans oy ¢

nay : 4 Sa ee a ‘ e already spreading round. war was at hand, andif the Tories man ca omas Ror st, |
peer "t _ RCE oo scien diene: ATT, Winellie ete Ca “Remember 1961, We must Never had not given way in the following who paeme ber = cy
bee \ | “I'm admiring your hair.” “ i. have that again.” This is the re- year there would have been wigs entworth’s motto S a

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Sue CALLS HIM - - - | Mr So-and-So Darling. P fat — ae ee Robert Walpole. but under, the care at Sontaliars .
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Jems, past, present and to come.

Nineteen hundred and _ thirty-
one was indeed a terrible year.
After the election unemployment

Ramsay MacDonald and Philip

But things were not much
better in 1731. Remember 1731”
Well, if you don’t we'll tell you
about it. As a matter of fact,
nothing much happened in that

Tory at all, but they may safel,

a Tory if ever there was one.

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Star Chamber. That was a cross
between Belsen and the Inland
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j PERFUME NAME- - - + | Verbena. Vibrati in Downing Street. he believed in incentives. He paid a Ve eles = ho ‘ Wey
es ek rit sce cin eaiiaaes : , 4 ; ; ne. 3 z , ;
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i HER BLUSH - « + | Prom last minute pinching. From a) box. ; i i. , i . ploiter and he looked like a cal S }} >
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People were writhing in vain.

No, indeed, we must never 20
back to 1731, It was the blackest
period of Tory Misrule.



shown that the painful recollec-
tions of 1931 are particularly
effective with those who were no!
even born at that date. But why

a lot of innocent chaps who were
really the forerunners of the ILP,
though they weren't educated
enough to be aware of the fact

|
| Never on food. money, sex.

Henry Irving and Ellen Terry.

On food, money. sex.

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; venvion on the crime of henocidé
extermination of races.
Guatemala is the seventh coun-
try to ratify the convention.— |
Reuter. }

Schuman arrived after visiting
vne West German President Theo-
dore Heuss, at his home.

All members of the German
Cabinet and the leader of the Par-

: i qeupeug. ee aenennimtie 9 On second thoughts, that is > awe
; & WHY SHE DRINKS - - - | Quencher. Stimulant. asl all The Past portage an exaggeration. The He ark oe oe it. i se aeueh
eee ee ca ae ak ade ‘ , + ber of side-kicks. It is easy pn
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; a ~|__her h not face the pasta ? " ; ; : ia “<9. 1531 was definitely a bad, bad
: SAVOIDIT - of Blood, was King. He is some- ‘9% /% :
ie FAVOURITE DANCE -_ adn oa ee Snappy samba. eae pee wens ein times called Charles the Martyr by ° age shed 7
; e y ‘ i _ ignorant people who never heard it comes to that, 1431 was
& FAVOURITE TUNE nue Oe Merry Widow. “ Bay, It’s Cold Outside.” helpless rage i? grtthing in 1631, of Tolpuddle (remember Tolpud- no _ better. That was a oer
2 Pee ee ; dle? ), but in fact he was just a when. But someone is ask-
& WHAT SHE CALLS HIM - | A pounder. dentin See Ite wi, worth doing, ‘Ge wertk Tory with long hair and a snooty ing what this nonsense is @li
; oor, A Wes. | ae Sree to put am arm round TO doing well ; expression. about. What has 1481 got to do! Yes, Nicota Keeps your teeth
| _| "He Wade pk ae aR: That was an appalling year-- Tory Chuiie i with or pooner st ee adae really clean, free from nicotine ;
ce SHE TRIES 10 DODGE - | His advances. 1831, I mean, The Great Reform y - regret. aoem oe £ stain and dulling film. No
A pass hat
: i = $$ | cee Bill was under way, but it was It is scarcely conceivable, but whatever, rR need to worry about that extra
' © IF ALL ELSE FAILS - - | The vapours. “The walk-out, he opposed by the House of it is a fact that in the year 1631 But neither has 1931 IES: cigarette, if you use Nico SMOKERS’ TOOTHE
‘ © sow SIE SWUBS WIN | CAME Bit one of the Tact dances |— — sin —___—__-——. —-— Yeo ak ba Goligaees SOR
s SNUBS HIM- - | in her programme card. | Not turning up. liament parties were present at penly whenaes = creat Nee whitens our teeth—
: —— =| Ppicoibttibeistansigbie 4 a freshni ‘our mouth. j
WOW SHE REFERS TO THEM | “My times.” | «nay toga’ Congr ats For Schuman Lunches = “°° cheer Reuter ere or teas wae. bri - ;
: Dr aoe S| eects . . . i cee | a rightens a
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‘ ame} ROCKMAN Cc we cre ae} 4 smile 4
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HOW HE ASKS FOR A DANCE | “ May 1 nave the pleasure | “ Let’s dance.” BONN, Jan 14. BONN, Jan. 14. Convention ey ee dB st TE
WHAT HE ‘COMPLIMENTS | ae ee on ee esiaeaihll ~ West German _ President, The French Foreign Minister,
HER_ON poe ee ae | Pace and the rest Theodore Heuss, has cabled con- Robert Schuman, met Chancellor LAKE SUCCESS Jan. 14. 45 wae.
a tif MAKE TIE pT siiainiieiciigioLoaiiaat ot re gratulations to the eine Adenauer of West German here. Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, per-| 9 ‘ ‘
4 sy AKES THE WEXT | a letuer Fr” 1 -eerenaneiners humanitarian philosopher, Alber: av a luncheon given in his honour manent representative of Guate- re a. INS aS
DATE ; ; engaged a woke is aciaauice Telesbene, ont an hour Schweitzer, who celebrates his today by the German Govern- mala to the Unived Nations, ha
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2. Under the spreading chest-
nut tree, you used to find the vil-
lage————____smith?

3. And under the brown derby
there was Smith?

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above as Smith of movie
fame?
5. There were more Smiths

in the army in World War II than
members of any other “family.”
What name do you suppose was
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the list.)

6. Paul Revere is most famous
now as an equestrian. But he
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smith?





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world, this smith?

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Just you come inside and see
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he do?

12. Joseph Smith was the
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Russia, was Smith?

16. The original Wright plane
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1948, i.e., the Smith ?

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but she saved the head of.
Smith?

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Smith?

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rently? I have already had Women as to become smirched a by-product of what we are do- my boy,” and he gave the as- : re t
nervous breakkdown.” and sullied; but in itself it is the ing in the path of duty; you tonished youth half a sovereign and| Study the following set o
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Note the difference in style of the Venezuelan and English jockeys: Mendes

Nature Boy (‘E. Gonzalez), and Ocean Pearl (Mendes)
is all balance. Sirby, Thirkell and Lattimer grip with knees and push.

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OCEAN PEARL started an odds on favourite and the half-bred filly The Atom
and Rosémary were next in demand. China Doll gained backers on the strength
of her preparation, her form on the track prior to the Derby not being very
outstanding. The Barbados hope Sunione had been sick before the race and
was still recovering from a cold and fever. As the race progressed the fortunes
of these horses waxed and waned as our pictures show



mour tains in the background. Those most easily made out are (left

China Doll (Sirby),



Races were Won and Lost.

By “BOOKIE
THE TRINIDAD DERBY

THE TRINIDAD DERBY is mow the richest horse race in the
British Caribbean, richer than the famous Jamaica Berby which is
about ten years its senior. Here, im fowr pictures taken specially for
the “Advocate,” is the brief story of how Mr. William Scott’s bay filly,
Ocean Pearl won the race which brought her owner $4,543.64 in stakes
and an additional $540.00 in breeders’ premiums. Second was Mrs.
Grace Leung’s China Dell, bred im Jantaiea; who collected $1,184.32,
third Rosemary, another Jamaiéean, whese owner, Mr. S. W. Branker,
received $592.16, and feurth the Trinidad-bred Radar, who brought her
owner, Dr. N. Bain, $400.00.

PIRST TIME ROUND: Suntone is in the lead, Ocean Pearl next. Nature Boy,
far on the outside, bolted at the first turn. Here he hides Rosemary who leads |
China Doll. Suntone’s display of e.:«cy pace caused surprise to Trinidadians
who thought her a plodding type. She gave out after a half mile.



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China Doll is making her bid and closes the gap followed by Rosemary. Radar has completed his spectacular drive home

with China Doll using whip and hands in perfect co-ordination, Mendes on Ocean Pearl

is also challenging on the outside as she passes The Atom also shows good judgment by not over doing his pushing and remaining well balanced, The angle of the picture actually flatters Ocean
Pearl who won by only a short head and caused a decided shadow to be cast on her stamina. And look! Who said 13 was an unlucky

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leads in Storm's Gift with Lattimer up, all smiles, By her hard fought finishes} j
this mare has become one of the favourites of the Trinidad crowd. One off
the most notable things about Storm’s Gift is her capacity for work. At the*
beginning of the meeting most people thought she had had a year of too much: :
hard racing to do herself justice. But it is likely that she was fitter for the
T.T.C. Handicap on the third day than she was for this Oup race,
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The TB... Cup

This race now takes the place of the
famous Governor's Cup. Run over 9| fur-
longs last year’s race attracted the larger
than usual entry of 12, but four broke down
before going to the post. Its value to the
winner was $2,768.64, this being a record
sum because point money from the sweep-
Stake was higher than ever. The English
mare Storm’s Gift proved superior to the
creoles and after taking the lead between
the four and the three she staved off a
strong bid by Blue Streak to win by a
neck,

This was Storm's Gift third win ir
Trinidad in 1949 and her fourth fight with
Jamaica’s Blue Streak. He beat her in th
T.T.C, Plate in June but before that meet-
ing was out she had two victories over him
Few A class horses have ever met each
other so often so fit. On the third day of
the meeting they met again and once more
Storm's Gift was the winner.

The 1949 T.T.C, Cup was also the first
run over this course in wet weather. The
time of 2.05 therefore appears slow but
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THE LAST BEND: The lead which cost Blue Streak the race, Storm's Gift

being sent along by Lattimer as Sirby begins his come back with Blue Streak

The Gambler, third, and Gun Site are trying hard but cannot get up so
teriffic is the pace.

The Breeders’ Stakes

THE CLASSIC two-year-old event of the South Caribbean also saw a record
$3,218.64 paid out to the winner. Kun over six furlongs last year’s race
attracted 14 entrants of which the sensational St. Vincent bred Bow Bells
started favourite. Second favourites were Fair Profit, bred in Jamaica, and
Trinidad’s Lazy Bones.

The race went to Fair Profit and Lazy Bones was second but what occa-
sioned great surprise was the fact that Bow: Bells was beaten out of the
money by the outsiders Mon Ami and Sun Glee. Fair Profit is owned by Mr
Tass Tawil and trained by Leo Williams who also prepared Biue Streak and
China Doll. This was therefore an all Jamacan triumph.

te THE FINISH This “tim ‘rey Sirby’s ror ni
HE SYAK7 > A better picture than our Derby start, Bow Bells is sc en on the left. Then itean be’seen how Lazy J3ones the white horse ‘fe brings Fair Prout upon the outside to take the race from La B.
at the back, was slut out by stable mate Sinbad squeezing againstihe Eagle and Fair Profit. Then come Colleton, Mon Ami, Princess ides Mon Ami while Sun Glee is fourth. Bow Bells was fifth i aft
: md afterwa

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THE lie hereb armed against a : N t onal St
eens == REALESTATE giving oan to oy wife JESTINA BABB AT the Entrance Examinations held at a oe Pe om Canadian a I €amsh "
LAND: Two (2) acres of arable land | (new ROWE) as I do not hold myself ; themselves either a :
o EF 8 leeeContd at ee am Road, Saint Michaél. 07 | responsible for her or anyone else con- | January 10th, 268 candidates presented sites tee Scholar- |
Rr A T E or a road to Club Morgam. No reasonable | tracting any debt or debts in my name} Candidates for fee-paying vacancies or as Candi UTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails vei
‘| offer refused, (A to C. B. Laym@,| uniess by a written order signed by me. A Bodi so SHIP MON- Halifax Bosten Br Sy
Week Sun. Civic Friendly D. Lee Sar- WALTER BABB, ships offered by various Bodies. : idates are given NAME OF TREAL doe Big
ANNOUNCEMENTS $1.00 1.20) preprnGs—Galvanised pipe. All sorts jeant, Solicitor, James Rock Hall, Detailed lists of the various categories of candidates at
FOR SALE per word on ou —Sinininnememnenttiesittieeree | 5.000 eT nslow LADY NELSON "th Feb. 10th Feb, Jan, hq
co Phone #68 — wl. ; es 4 — le Feb, . 4
A. 3.1240—t.2.0. | “pRELAWAY" and. “ » on The awards of scholarships by the different authorities will be LADY aoe —— ‘Seth Feb. 27th Feb. = Ee. Je
FORRENT » © + -. 0 Hastings Main Road. For ap- public are hereby warned agzinst : DY RODNEY —— 25th Mar. 27th Mar. 5th ant “le!
i ANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade,| |) remixes. 15.1.50—In. dit to my wife NORMA MAX- ced by them in due course. LA —- 2th Apr. 14th A Apr. ;
GALV a ply on P ne announ rt to | LADY NELSON pr PY. 234 Apr
— et: at shee BARN && Co., Lad a oe vane oer oa at cae All successful candidates, who are newcomers, should repo + th ag |
- } He ti Za ‘ hold my: respon: - ‘
Lost, FOUND per word ao bist 46a, 4476. 1,50—t.£.0-] CAMELOT, Chelsea Road, standing or) 6n0 cise contracting any debt or deots|+he School on Tuesday, January 17th, at 10.00 a.m. NORTHBOUND ae se |e ATtives: hy,
Minimum charge... -- : ne app. ee oe solid Mr Cottage | in my ot unless by a written order ee John Moat
: VIOLIN in perfec’ tion. “| closed * wing room, signed me. . 18th Jan. 28th . 5
— a a en Oe Pg DAA Tee. List of Candidates who qualified for Admission to Combermere | 1py Opa? ‘ra bob. ath Feb. idth Feo. RRR
: J : ve , a. nd, . Oth. . Sth = Mar. 15th Mar. : t
AUCTION & REAL Sa | Apply to Mrs. E. Cole on Eagle Hall Rd., St. Michael. | gchool as a result of the Entrance Examination held on January 1 LADY renee ga year: A bh my yr 16th Mar. =
; te line CASI MOTON et [ae es Bim wee ; LADY RODNEY 1ith Apr. 19th Apr. 20th Apr. ee
= in ve ro 12/3 SS, Aitedy Marine Engine. Fo! A. OPEN CANDIDATES LADY NELSON 6th May 8th 18th May 19th May
jini charge -- “a 1.0 rtictiars apply to E. A Ke.- WANT A NEW ;
Personal ie oe ar further pa “Pili ? Yr can iy . SER. NO. NAME
‘Maximum 14 agate Hnes) Vhree Houses Factory, St FIN? oon) Spo 900 square feet of. EDUCATIONAL a tyne Leary Lauriston 32. _Crichlow, Lincoln Ezra ;
PUBLIC a oe e 08 Ww beach containing 2) sHinkson, Lionel Victor 33, Biwick, Reh N.B.—Subject to change without otto. all eneete fitted with cold storage
Per aga’ Lanai ; ;20 ©61.8] “Caitp's SUNSHINE TODDLE CART| ing, Dining, 2 r 3. ‘Roach, Edgar Oliver wu. Small, Rawle wort bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on ap) to.
ING ATE (Monday) ican Make). In perfect, condition | w.c. Bath, 4 Warwick Orlando 35. Gibbons, Elmer rth
co, a eects foe | Hine 8287, 15.1.90—In. | vantsr Unity High School | 3 “te, Msign bes 36 Sandiford, George Detisle GARDINER AUSTIN & CO, LTD, —
ea Dial 27 Acme Unity ¢. Lashiey. Altres gine ==
DIED DESCH Norbina, Memoelobine “mare: end groLD svanes 3. Bell, Gordon Oswell 30. Clarke, Earl on —
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rat th idence Re aren | nd Debility A Seah ship- need with cand peed pues eondig Tech 1980 : Lord, John ie Pr eg t res aie . 0" i . “
a a “Mchael, ANNIE EVELYN | Went "to hand at all leading Drug Stores Welbeck, Pine HUlL. Enteanes atrance Fee $1.00 ii, *Areher, Kenneth Oliver Mac s Fe eeaainn, ‘Valentine ADVERTISE « « « accept, ures. and ene
Her funeral wil! leave her late residen’ 15.1.50—3n- |i, GL. W. at his in Commercial Subjects taught. Donald & King, Kentleigh Dennis Dominica sigs
at 4.15 o'clock this —— ee SStninr ASBESTOS SHEETS for ome rere eee om application» special attention — to backward 12. *Bushelle, Grell en arker, Rewie il i mm the Nevis and St. ‘Kitts,
Cemetery. ends are aske EVER! 9 caretaker . pupils. 13 , ax ls nd cardo
ene roots. Screws and ye eo 15. 3.80—-8n JOSEPH N. SHEPHERD, 4. Franklin, Darington Cerone S$ 2a aca Friday 13th inst.
SEALE 4 at sheets v—* . . Lionel Leon 7
cre Petitions. 4 Inch pipe in 2 to 6 feet The unaerstaned will offer for sles! atten} ie ‘Bayes, Meston 5. Wiles, lowe on acne MLV. “DABRWOOD»
. N. A. G. SEALE. 15.1.6 | lengthe Bends etc. A. E. Taylor.| neir 17 -S - pn ". Jeckson, Resleston Edward ©. Taecinan, Bald. EVENING St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gent
B he. Coleridge Street. 13.1.50-n : fe ie , Mh HIGH %. ie neg aaa 31 Roswell F rrone eee vO a Aruba. Date of sailing ty
as THANKS OO calied “Pp, me MG | 2. “innise, Brine Albert 53. *Whittington, = ADVOCATE | | a
ve ed beg through ‘his thereto, This {ll now re-open on Tues- , : Pitzgerald 54. + Mottley, Elridge - —— re
{ nuns to thasik all thoge cana, Letters FOR RENT situate ‘at Bat-\ any thin inst. There are vacancies, for # Best, DeLisle 55. Berton, eet Sraibert Published every Monday id enemeanee
t Cards, Wreaths, who may apply accompanied . Beckles, Bertram , , aie YH : 1
- the duneral. ther way sympathised, wit >etnmpection their parents/guardians on Monday 16h | 23. Reidy Denis 38 saree, Eon Aled with an increasing cireula- Hom, (Tne.)) Seb. eats
| us im the recent bereavement of ou! —oeeeeeeeee between the hourt of # Pm.) at 9 a.m. 26. Young (Murrell), Grantley os Lyte, Cameron Emmerson 6th January, 1950. i
\ beloved MARCUS JORDAN. on application to the Mr. Boyce. L. A. LYNCH, Annapolis. ite. 60. Greenidge, Lionel DaCosta tion every week. “4
Millicent Jordan (Wife) Doris, Amoprose, For further conditions Principal. at. Miller, Vincent Orville. 81 Niles, Ronald Adolphus
‘ lees, Elsie, Lucille end aes HOUSES of Sale, apply to:— is Oh 14.1,50—2n 28. “hesoasee are a 62, *Simmons, Neville Keith ——
stelle ts TFORD Ider, Alvin - * >
; (Children). Edna and Costel soit “REST COT on-Sea Welches, Maxwell, 5.1.50—8n. : SECONDARY = Squires, Harold Frank e “Gibbs, Wiltred Cueeamond
— Furnished Phone 306. _ “Lewis, Denis Alexander .
WE the undersigned beg to wk 5) peer 15,.1.50—-39| pURNISHED FLAT--At Coral Sands, LYNCH'S hts candidates for Vestry Scholarships.
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y sy thy in our recen rr ” Cattle Wash, Bathsheba, . Dial MICHAEL’ H I USEHOLD EFFECTS a
in aaa way thelr sy mPeeY tain of Mr" | 5, WINMOW Cotte wren, May, June, | basing. $F ety. Ow ae. Atn SPRY STREET B. ST. ‘8 VESTRY SCHOLARSHIP BAGGAGE AND HO | &
bereavemen January, February, 2134. Alma , Consult . it
“ue wife of the late : W. T. Gooding, Next term begins on Monday 1th
DOROTHY SKELCE July. Apply: Mrs. . Yer for Sale at | January aR N. SER. NO. N an
, a Eurie Moore. Mrs. Doreen Alleyne Strong Hope, St. 4.12.40—3n | ote in F . , M. LYNCH, ne Howard, E. B 32. permet A.D : P SHIPPING SER \ | i
\Deughters), Masters. Percy Val and Duck | on Friday the 27th day of January 1950, for Headmaster. 2 Parris, I. a. cee eB
Henderson Alleyne (Grandsons), Mr BUSINESS PREMISES—No. 46 Roe’ at 2 p.m. 15.1.50—1n 3. Stroude, E. O. 3. Small, R W. 4 i
; William Alleyne (Son-in-Law) Street, from 1st October 1949. For par- The Dwelling House called “BEULAH” 4 Hinkson, L. V. ; a Fr Packing
_ tf 36. Gooding, N. N. or
| 15.1.50-1") tieulars, Ring 2685. 4.12.49—t-fn-| nd the land thereto containing 5. Goodridge, R. D. S. per ge
mene. De, _cattlewarh. For the | Slt Bunray ay OE PRY SOR | tl eee Lemme Ca For Shipping
HIGHWINDS, Cattlewash. + torch. ‘ gs ; i |
IN MEMORIAM months of February and Dia: | Chest ang House comprises Closed| ‘The Parry School reopens on Monday 8 Padmore, K. E. 3. Callens YT it For Insurance '
In loving memory of our dear one, 14.1.50—20| Gouery, Drawing and Dining Rooms, 3] January 16 at 9.45 p.m. 9 Inniss, W. L. 40. bye For Preference |
{ ELLEN MAY MILLAR, who fell asleep fedrooms, Dressing Room, Toilet Bath Headmaster . 10 Hall, W. W. i Branker, S MeD - BBs ae {
sea sannery, Mathered in Pe ie Const, fully | and Kitchen with Mlectric, Water, Oe*17.1.60—3n er i eS? & 3. King, J. RB | Representatives in all the princi al Ports of the world,
hered * 0 . Cc. ;
Par irom sorrow, far {rom sin, turnlened, , Garages, Worusry, marks! (5 cetmee Sollee. ne 3. Sie, eA “4 Williams, 2. 1 PHONE 3024 — ER HOUSE, JAMES ST.
God has saved from eney ete June, November; December; $60.00 per Inspection any day between the hours 14 Brathwaite, ¥ McD. = ort Na sa —
in walt + oa nena r . month. Phone 4476. 6.1,50-—t.f.n.] of ga tay and 4 p.m. on application on N D i a "ae L 47 w . me. 8, = ——— — = —
ee ee ee tee (—$< << — — | the premises. WA! TE bers, : PA. = .
Resting in the Saviour's love, | wy | CHURCHILL, Maxwell's Coast, 3 bed- ‘For further particulars and conditions i. Gea M1. Ss St 4. BADIANS KNOW AND APPRECIATE GOOD
Mir. and Mrs, G Millar, Mrs, W. ie decks fully fur- |: oe” was Pe ae a oe : pee ALL BARBAD
Sealy, Mr one Mrs, G. C Miliary nisbed we jvallable from March ist.| ° HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, 19 Arches, 0. 3 9 en. B. E. that’s why there is such an increasing demand for ;
eS Wee io ~——— | Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley, Solicitors. HELP 20 Bushelle, . 52. Rock, L. B. W. a
SAl k eeu Soeesiies {ll offer for Sale at] ~~ eH eae ¥. c. 53. Springer, O. B. H § AL BLENDED ny Ft
FOR SALF _ " | FLATS fully furnished with Refrig- eee High Street, Bridge-| SATE: Large Second hand json Sete. 23. Waterman, K. M S ase , TAYLOR LU
\ oe" scrator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,| town, on Friday 20th day of January, Phone 464. .1,50—3 24 Batson, N. MeD S. aa ¢ :
AUTOMOTIVE ee Spinsaaniane | 1000 Ot 2 DM. SHORTHAND/TYPIST—Minimum two| 2 Gyesne og 31. Tudor, L. F. (With the Distinctive Flavour) i
o r e—mod speeds, good “a 68 Simmons, N. K.
: “CAR: Ford Prefect Car in perfect a “FARAWAY”, St. Philip coast, fully a 2hs, Dwsitiog Moves ea Ato years expermene Pr bent eee, 27 Innis, z. * is Gibbs, W. c. : | If you are a Visitor to this Island try this Blend of Rum
Astle * Ha ¢ urnis . . ° e. ae Tr . . &
cs ay ae beaten Rcatheread Bathing beach. From March Ist. $50 aievt oe? situate at 9th Avenu! Som careeie ahigines ta oe a z ee 61 Holder, W. L. | and you also will enjoy its Distinctive Flavour,
11.1.50—3n | per month. Phone 4476. 6.1.80--t.f.n The Dwelling House eT ees Street office. Our waft a eee 31 Davis, D. St. C.
TRUCK—Chevrolet Truck 1989 Mode aE Ewe Dressing room and *anning saeeeer anaes: Handwrite and Cc. ST. THOMAS VESTRY SCHOLARSHIP SIP IT - TO ENJOY IT. }
a in good wor king condition. ‘ ou « RENDEZVOUS, Coral Sand Gap, near| ‘voter in seh Sreaeee room, Kiteh-Fi¢ possible re-type oe aa
! Garage. Dial 4616 = Royal Theatre on the Sea, furnished — pei a er sian ee both to P.O. x iy a rr wAME SER. NO. NAME i alates aticiions iis
ty “‘CAR—M.G, no reasonable offer refused unfurnished, 3 bedrooms and all con- Guam in Yard. dietetic ey *Layne Edward Atheistan : Wee iecale eiohian e}
i Phone 4668, between 7 a.m pe teeee: we ee 15.1.50--4n| Inspection any day except Sundays,} yOUNG LADY for our Office at Three 2° *Armstrong, Karl William Cos- , N D TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
} or contact J. G. Kirton, the St Br : ‘| between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.™. | Houses Factory, St. Philip. For. further + Already attending Combermere School. JOH .
Garage 13.1.50—3n “WHITE SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully en application on the premises. Dial particulars apply to the sanANee, c Already a i St
ES = SANDS s ’ 4 .1,.50—6 a
GAR: 199 Morris 8 h.p. Tourer. } furnished three bedroomed house for rent ae further particulars and Conditions \ RESSIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP Dial 4335. Roebuck
Perfect condition, Phone 3640. | \by the month Vacant as from los} of Sale, apply to:— WANTED TO PURCHASE PRIVATELY | D. UNIQUE PROG a ae .
i ele pee COFTLE, CATFORD & Co... | SMALL. HOUSE, condition ingnatere| vo NAME SER. NO. NAME ——— —
1 * CAR: One Chevrolet 1934 Sedan oe | 15.1.50—3n 1, 50—9 it ——, ne an F C/o Navoeste oo Maynard, Reet Coe ‘ Forde, Raphael Charles ) SS
in good conditior No reasonable OF | a "1 14.1 .50—31 9 nniss, ns s A .
efied. Aobly to O. Layne, Maxwell THE ROSARY, Upper Dayrells shoes BS Fg eo a ER 3 Headley, Baston Noel § ae = }
. » ne 3 “oo Pp se) 4 t s; a en- st. u . . s rt ver Mac- ” ”
w Ch, Ch Phone 0431 13.1 50—4n ps > WA gore Pe n TS Epaaniiiek Apply | large ballroom, Dining room unverd BOARDER: A ae in a quet home 4 ae Kenne
{ on premises or Dial 2263 15.1.50,—1n. | fourteen bedrooms etc. Iseal for oye in Hastings Dial 3317. 18.1. seein ffered a Scholar- e
| CAR: Standard Vanguard 3,500 miles | ———— no asgatt Hall, 2% miles the est S’Comeee - Those candidates in Lists B, C and D who are not 0 ane eure
urch: July 1949 t rriv rom SUNGAL a agka 1 2” - r b : ’ riting o
purchased jer routine overhaul at Coven-| from town saan ae ae Gea oe | ied with two mn in upper thinive;;|ship, may, om application to the Headmaster either in writing :
shane * 3 ! er etc. $35 7 so One * sas a
try Works. On view at Chelsea Garage. | water otc 3 bedrooms, runnin water In cultural habits, securely employed, tek-| personal visit, secure a fee-paying vacancy. THE GRE ATEST H AZARD OF ALL
each, $40.00 per th, Ring . ICES ng permanent . i tt acts
AEB SA. Moores aE 00 per month. Kins 6%, | PUBLIC NOT chaste, devoled affectionate, understand: |
_ De . Reasonabh: ng ; tere: ¥ ;
my i ge oe MUON On See a Ot SI reply with recent picture to L. M.. Pos | ODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50 — REMEMBER —
4 r 14.1,50 Chureh Fully Furnished containing NOTICE Office Box 45, Bronx Central Station PR CTI
Page Recents, Wicking the gee: eae eo 15.1.50-—In All persons wishing to manufacture FANCY MOLASSES for the ’ j g
rRUCK—One (1 Fargo Motor Truck] room Verandah overlooking the sea, lu- ‘ Fire F
with Daal Drive’ (eight forward gears'.{ and all Modern conveniences. Dial} Tender at to. sell liquors. ete. and POSITION purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses ano t Where Theres moke, There's
Tyres good. Contact Coupes Dy vi. 3607 or 2871. 15.1.50—5n to serve lunches and teas at Ken- YOUNG LADY: ( references) | and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Departmen’
i 50—2 sington Oval during the ayaa desires position as caretaker, orderly : t A plication Form whieh raust be completed and BUT 7
srovecm-One HP. “Lister” Diesel | ment (Agerenimately oe ebru-} ith lonely family willing to sleep in | of Agriculture for an Ap) 1950, after which date den — }
Motor practically new. Only worked for PUBLIC SALES 2 Tendere <2 also invited for the Write “I®. .” @/o Aavoene, 15. 1.50--)n returned not later than » oo Mi L for pur- 4
90 hour Eee omical power 5 weiee transportation of the British Guiaae applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses h T ’ “ROY AL"
' reagonable. Avp'y vitd., White, Park Rd Team from Abbeville Guest Howse! “WANTED: Young Lady with know-| 26. of export cannot be considered. Where here s
Barba I be tO-3n to the Oval during the Stieadined ledge of shorthand and typing for generat po E. A. B. DEANE, | “a
sibeaatld AUCTION 3. Tenders must reach the whdersiice | Office work. Apply in writing to L. J . & B. P Sol
MOTOR BICYCLE—BS.A HP . aaa hs = Saormey Williams, Marketing Co., is, mapas il There's Security. a
nyc kn M6l will make u : Street. ‘ n ‘ . r
— fer "lao? B. De Abreau UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER : ier in quan. 00. 1s -— Fancy Molasses Control and Ne ms ;
Phone 252 15.1,50—3n. BY instructions received from the In self to actept the lowest or any ane he ae valk 1.50 i !
eer supance Agents 1 will seil at the Genera tender. CQUERK : e Clerk (Fema a es "|
; . keep monthly accounts and general book :
POULTRY Metor Omnibus Co., Ltd., Nelson — wer cea ta’ aaene Salary $50.00 to $60 00 |
nm FRIDAY 20th at 2 p.m ti) Bia THE BARBADOS CRIC : y . to ;
y ; | FOWLS 5 mixed fot RI. Reds A 40 Austin Car (Partly new) a ge ASSOCIATION INC, ee ee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE
| au fi Oe al | terms Cash. VINCENT GRMFEITH. saeco ens uinn to the Secretary, Bekstein Brothers, welcome your enquiries, through their Agents— 4
; * 8.1,.50—6n. ’ =e
: — wa te ’ INCOME TAX NOTICE D.
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Ha 4 ELECTRICAL | oN DA COSTA & CO., LT
‘ “nF RIGHRATOR 6% cubic ft. Englist | UNDER THE SILVER ; NOTICE WANTED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re- , 9
aly misctric, Gee new 1949, model, 5 year | quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum siichitlal neieil
nea AL aie Price 50.00 no offers RR Pub Official U ved the Commissioners of Highways ot * + 720.00 er SS lH
! Srener lesving ‘tang H. G. Bancroft HAMM lie nreser the Purah of St. ‘Thomas, 9° Laan of | OF over, from every other person whose income 1s $ p
Phone 8292 12. 1.50—4n : £2,000 under the authority of “The Saint annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
y - On Tuesday 17th by instructions Thomas (Highways; Loan. Act 1949". | trade or profession, and
4 STOVE — GEC. with Gre 2c) we will seth at “Whitehall, St. Sealed tenders, marked qn tHe envelope | corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or Pp ,
Rhy r satatic Cont Qven, in excellen al ow y 7
7 chen static C meng had $180,00 no offers | Peter, a lot of Antiques and other (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 eee on st eenelt, iar for | owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued c AN ADIAN INVESTMENTS
$ H. G. Bancroft, Seawell Airport bhee | items, which includes: — (194-6) § the loan of am at a rate of ee | during the past year or not.
+A 8292. bist air . C i not exceeding . One tenth e Ee .
—iile ee ae = fies ON, Tuesday. the 11, day of Jenyat? | principal of the loan will be repaid Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart bought at 55 per cent. premium or
| iS RADIO tube in perfec 2 s , a be I ins 3 f
warkine onder $70.00, ‘Can be seen by | Silvers, Large Waiver, ‘Teapot,| :oon will be sold at my office to the date of the loan. gear after in«| ment APTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms (switches) arranged.
' Ap > A Stow, ee , t —- :
appointment: | APE Siymond Rost Tot: | Spirit Kettle &c., in Sheffield | "gest bidder gies of tang contain | °% te loam, must be in units of ¢ 1008 duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
’ phone 2688 15.1.50—In. | Plate; Fruit Knives and Forks,] ing about 2 roods 36% perches situat’ Clerk to the Commissioners | respective dates :
2 x a a | Spoons, Forks, Cream Jugs &c., in a See = Deed ae tating = oo ae of Highway, St. Thomas. 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the sist | LONDON SECU S
re Silver, Vegetable and _ Entre ; : m
423 TURE ilver, 8 L t. F. Rock, on two sides on other por hi
ete FURNI sicck arawng voor | Dishes, Cake Baskets, Fish and] liane of @ right of way, on lande now cr] ___ day of December, 1949, on or before the 3ist day of March, RITIE
£ eh, FURNITURE — Birch drawing roo! | Fruit Services in Plate, Copper] late of ie of one Reaean igs: 950. f
; Settee (3 seats) ( . ’ . the Public Highway at . bought an h Stock
Ck Bute eA) Morris Rocker. Ala: |and Brass Ware, Temple and Oe ee eee oe wun menage. of PROFESSION NOTICE 2. B ot — principal place of business is not ee a d sold promptly throug
~ new with spring cushions, tapestry |Chiming Gongs, Bronze Orna- ]} Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &c., called situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. e
covered. (1) Dressing Table with long ani. Ne le : and Majolic ‘Chelwood” thereon and ail appurten- ‘o - ’
Mirror (Modern). (1) Chest-of-drawers mens, Napoleonic an ajolica noes Taaeete. DR. FERREIRA of “Chiroville” Upper 3. Returns of all persons, on or before the 3lst of January
red Miroritchen Cabinet (1) three tier- | Plates, Cut Glass Decanters, Bowls} “Attached from _ CECIL, HENDERSON | Bay St. (near Esplanade) by Chiropractic | , ; ’
: # larder (1) small Birch tee 3D) ot an and Glasses; Very Beautiful Jap-]| cLARKE for and towards satisfaction, | method corrects diseases of eyes, ears, 1950.
no. ee eet peeve) Alport phon |anese Cabinet inlaid with Mother * B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day| 298, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and F. CLAIRMONTE
7 See eee pea a7 pene pra, above date, said toe gamma, Ses Sieh. Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.
ase 2 e ie .
SPeel TRUNK, ma" x 1 x ee oa oe be oe sale Sil se eon coe anda subseqient NOTE: Amy person failing to make his return within the due (also Trinidad) bought and sold. Quo
. ls Ohild: Wardrove ; » t :
ooae, “ad sist” “Stanton”, Dayrell |and Revolving Chair; Upholstered way Wil bs SEES Oe e date will be liable to a fime not exceeding £100 and request to:
Road 16.1.50—l) | Arm Chairs; Ceylon Screen in Vv. B. B. noone. Startling Pr Ons not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
BEDSTEAD, One Gents double Bed } Copper and Ebony; Brass Floor) ,. vost Marshal's Chine,” : factory reason is given. A. M WEBB
stead & Spring, Hair Mattress. — Dis Lamp; Telescopes, Field Glasses, Sra January 1950. 10.1.50.—19n. . i
3239, 15.1.50—-!: | Baromevers, Suit Cases and many 8.1,50—8n Nl our Oroscope .1, 1
other items of value, —— Dial 3188 -:- ‘STOCKBROKER -:- outs
MECHANICAL Sale 11.45 o'clock — Terms Cash. - 4 — Vv FOR A OR @ 155, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown.
: King, 0 | BRANKER TROTMAN & CO. Annas ie ACANCY SENIOR MASTER, GRAMMAR :
Sey Cl meidels in green and in black Fee * OO 1 ee bet Chapel Hil to whe | YOUR Real Life Told Free SCHOOL. DOMINICA (Over People’s Pharmacy)
- BCS, ee oet.tn | 12:1.50—2n. po | 4 “Seca ‘to such teac.| Would you like to know without an: Applications are invited for the vacant pensionable post of a
Geavy traffic using same do so at their} cost what the Stars indicate for 7
own risk. some of experiences, y Senior Master, Dominica Grammar School. (The Government Sec-
MISCELLANEOUS By order of the Commissioners. k points, etc? Here i

ondary School for boys). The average attendance for 1948 was 140.



































Pundit Tabore, 2. Qualifications. Applicants should hold a university degree
iid Steel Ba ce India's most fam- er
Comgsete work. mound Ti veyier Lid HAMMER wie r,| and be qualified to teach Latin and English up to the Higher School
Coleridge Street, | Dial 4100 who by apply! 4 | Certifieate standard o
’ 13.1. 50—6r ‘ 3 the ancient sci- r :
On Thursday 19th by order of] CONSTRUCTION NOTICE ence to wists] 3. Salary. The salary scale is ($1,920 x $120—$2,400), and con- REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS
0 ee et ter . = ree - wet wT sisteh cheus to comeinat, I te wntee purposes 2A.)| sideration would be given to ap; a suitable applicant at an SURVEYORS.
Phone 2696. §.1,50—t.f.n bas urniture at "Carlisic View +1 signed can be at your service. No job able reputation! | appropriate point in the scale in view of his experience and qualifica- Phone 4640 ~ Plantations
Sahn .. | Bay Street, which includes Double} joo small or . Also Plans The accuracy of | tion ' f
FREEDOM FROM FIRE~—Instal a Fire} Bnq Settee, Carved Pedestals, ) Estimates, Write: Gordon Wai- his predictions SELECTION OF SOME
proof Safe with doors secured b | 50.01 Rockers. Upright Chairs,| ott Airy Hill, St. George, B'dos. and the sound 4. Bonus. A cost of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten ;
combination lock: Suitable for office or | ~ , 8, Uprig o ’ 18,1. 50—1r practical advice t " SALE
store. Secure your records Contact | $ i deboard, Ornament Tables contained in his} PeT e on salary. “ 4 PROPERTIES for
4. & BRYDEN & SONS (B’dos) L.tc dound Tip-Top Table, all in NOTICE Horoscopes on . Quarters. © quarters are provided and no allowance Is
BR santa aah wt Mahogany: China Cabinet, Painted on bee Secu. | paid in lieu of such.
ANTIQUES of every description. Glass. | Overmantie, Chandelier, Hand] , beg through this medium to return Love’ - affairs, 6. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local lati
China old Jewels, fine Silver. bain Painted Screen, Paintings, Glass] sincere thanks to the Electors for thei: Friends, Enemies, provision is made Giaitenes towards ” _
os Fi Mla y~ ie won Sajoin, | nd China, Plated Ware, large Oak | eval _and_unstinted support in electin as voy trav | and > - be on 7
ete,, at Gorr ntique . a -— as a Vestryman. Changes, 7. Passage on First Appointment. The officer's passa,
ing Royal Yacht Club. fable, Double and Single Iron â„¢ assure it shal? alway Litigation, Luck : . ge on first
19.40—ew.n. | Bdsteads, Springs and Beds;} endeavour aa, my utmost best for th: Times a nen nave astounded appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children
GREENHEART--5 l4ft. logs. Can} Bedstead and Spring, Dressing} *°°¢ Khe eee most sincerely, MACKEY of New York believes that | °! school age, not exeeeding four, if they accompany him or follow
~. a at James A. Layne ‘es ! go- dn} Fable and Press, painted pink; ELLSWORTH HOLDER. Tabens thet pelea arene sort of second- | him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. St’ Be
a Soar e—|Childs Press, Play Pen ¢ 5.1.51 Conditions ; “ reas nse
a Child: _ Press, Play Pen -— 15.1.80-—1p S pecans bi’ aubtem Tabere wi 8. of Service. The officer will be subject to Colonial “Roumaika”, Dayrelis Road
ee BoM Apts re oo 1 Top ¢ vena all nse vend yen yee Astral Interpretation Regulations and local General Orders. Fonte”. Maxwells
ae Seeeeee SN nae blu Mahogany Dressing Table, if you forw your full name (Mr. “ ‘ ' ni
; pergon. F. 8. Storey, Manager ue se i’ ys Z 7 me rade: NOTICE Sit ce Edie odiiecen and Geka of Gln 9. Closing Date. Applicaffons, stating the applicant’s age, ome Villa”, Kent
van Bedsteads and Deep Sleep CARLTON CLUB all clearly Be =. yourself. No | qualifications and teaching experience, and indicating the earliest date Houses, Sellevite a
RLANKETS: BLANKETS. Here's som ed O French Press Members are invited to send in motions a — e - % ag es on which he could assume duty should be addressed to His Honour Bungalows, Navy Gardens
g 2 can’t do without ia the co ” . « t iG 1 et of the . yi = ouses, Maxwells
weather. In various sizes and gttalities | Pram, Go-Cart, Ferns Vacuum Club which will be held at the Barbados — ea Se Raeoneey, testi. | the Administrator, Dominica, to arrive not later than the ist of | ee Foutabeite Sungalows,
f i a. ee eT oo Cleaner and many other items mney Asenciation. orreeece Lane, on | Fen ein be sonaned. at the vemuananih January, 1960 Pinfold House”, Pinfold Street ;
Dial 3466 2-53 Swan Stree Spet ne mn uesday, y, L ® mm.
— 11.1-80 Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms cash.} "these ‘motions mut be in’ the hands of | S€curecy of his statements about vou and (Sgd.) J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
saa i i the Secretary before the 19th January, | Your affairs, a on as this offer Educati Many vertised
STHEL SHEETS: 1/16, 1/8, “%, 5/16,; BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., 11950 ca Loi TACOME Deot’ mb-Bi’ Cone. lucation Officer. __ Many properties and land are not ad w
rade ae Meat Di 16. ected Auctioneers Hon. Secretary. | Forjett Street, Bombay 26, India. Postage Dominica. information concerning them may be obtained
ere ee det eeton 15/1/50—2n 15.1.80.—3n. | to India is 24. 15.1.50—3n |







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cuNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

Chinese Seize US. |
Consulate In Peking ROWLAND’S:

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| whom the C Lear oe
ing whom the Congress and the Natio, saci e |
Mae Department said that the can have confidence.” He told ALWAYS HOPELESS | DON'T wonns yrounssts ABOUT steel rolling shutters
‘ese Communists apparently) reporters that his démand _ for boss ; ; Litt | LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL
ed american representauions,| resipriations was aimed chiefly Beldness, which is much more | invaluable. The benelicial ST ibe YOUR, WORRIES ties
inves ed the Consulate proper-| at Mr. Walton Butterworth, As- é maebed tak oe oanaeaed = oon ven | eee a 2 a
oat 1.50 to-day. Assistant al sistant Secretary of State for Far sida. form its functions whéte thé hatueal | BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER
Sart of State, Walton Butter- | Eastern Affairs, who announced the hair roots are dead | oil is impaired. S. CODRINGTON
orth, seid that there w oo g in| he, Peking developments. “If the there’s ndthing you can do about it; The treatment for near-bald- | Britton’s X Ra. 30.11.49--t.0-n. |
rance that the Americans i"} policies of the Far Eastern divis- | but Very often the roots are riot yet | ness is fully explainéd in the leaflet
g would be permitted t0/ion are approved by Secretary of | dead—merely weakly or unhealthy | issued with each bottle of Rowland’s 5606000066: i
ve China. Communications) State Dean Acheson, the show | ftom négiect or malnutrition—and | Macastar Oil, But the far wiser s PRSSSSSSOIOSS
qith the American Consulate staff; fits him too” Senator Knowlan¢ | can be restored to health and | couric is to use Rowland’s béfore 2
Peking, ne said, had not Been! said. activity by careful attention on | hair troubles cegin. A very litde . NOTICE
at -rupted so far. The compound cothmon sense lines. rubbed into the scalp ach day will ‘ $
imeTu ver by the Communist! The Senator said that the: In this connection Rowland’s | keep your hair beautifully groomed is : %
Seiorities is one of four Ameri- oe Communists had greeted | Macassat Oil has been found to be | and free from hair disorders. IN Pe rn ga-y asi ane Bar- x
au arties 2eking. Mr.| With new iinffiendly ac resi- | 7 vocate’”’ Newspaper
jes at Peking | ’ Y acts Presi The most fashionable Hair Dressing and Tonic over 150 years | ¢ ie paper \
go PrP said that some papecs) denv Trumian’s annovneemetit that | iliac idltehhentinastee beteitaatacncdabmaatinian eaaee Is ine Gate and surround= »
ee had been removed to} the hited Btates Would et give | % — er a Soe to
adjoining compound, and furthér llitary Aid to the E fiom Sine San weg) as
a had been destroyed. Chinése a ee Goverament Mr. N. LA YNE. 50 to
others fae on Fétmosa: Mocrats, as well 6% ebtiaKicn a ia Ni I ea x Cornice of lam & unmore
| Republican Senator, William| as Reptiblicatis, displayed angry | § . a 91% “ill of 10th Ave., Belle-
er alifornia, demand-| reaction to the C i ral sy ville. For any further in-
; jJand of Cal 1 c : ommunist inove| % g ‘ :
eerie the resignation cf| at PeRthg. Séhator Brien Me" % Oo » A L E x % formation, Dial 2287. e
Poe States administration | Mahon (Democrat of Connecticut) } x 14.1.50—Sn, eS . : . nt =
oo, responsible for American| said: “If this is a move towards\ & _ The undersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17, VOSS SSSS6S6S665 SOLE MAKERS: HASKINS LTD., WALTHAMSTOW, LONDON, £.17
p) licy tewards China. forcing recognition they are|% High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950, a x
Be ie iaoa’s Geman ccce a eee. Senator 5 @ "hee hie a nee “GAMMA id tis nia —— SESE Sole Agents for Barbados: THE DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING
avor r ‘ . n rewster (Republican . in ouse ca TEM” an e ian . .
fein an interview as angry law] said the Communists ha a % thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast BARBADOS CHORAL GO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS. 8.W.t. Telephone: 3372
/ wakers proposed that the United! “sjammed the open door on China g of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. SOCIETY SOR rey
States classify ne eee in our faces” and added, “This 8 j Hpenties on a a ee Kathleen Hunte, “Brat- .
ists ds “outlaws”, and shun any) just focusses again the necessity|% ton,” Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. al eetideae a
y piorstic dealings with them] of understanding what M Sanaa % For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— case ae Went eens Si
- gs a result of Communist seizure| control means to the outside; R COTTLE, CATFORD & CO, Society will be held at the
i American Consular property at| world.” Representative, Japn Kee, j % 11.1,50.—15n. » Cathedral Church House on SSS j
‘Peki ,| (Democrat, West Virginia) Chair-| $, Tuesday evening, 24th Jan- For MARL, SAND
Senator Knowland said the! mah of the House Foreign Affairs . uary, 1950, at 7.45 mm. ' MAPLE MANOR ve om °
Slate Department announcement; Committee said, “The only thing) ———.___. =








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. will be issued after the Opposite Hastings Rocks
| official: United States staffs from) lations with the Communists and! LSS Meeting. I. BOURNE, and LIME,
Communist China “underscores| get our people out.” } Tel.—s021, Manageress
P the result of our bankrupt China —Reuter. 26.6.49—t.f.n. Dial 4503.
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Obituary



Mer A.C. Greaves

AFTER a brief illness Mr. Josel

Friedman, General Manager of the

fecal branch of Bata Shoe Com-

pany passed away in his 46th year

on Thursday, January 5th. k

Mr. Friedman who was born in
Czechoslovakia entered the Bata
Shoe irm there 29 years ago a5 2
Sales Clerk. A few years after
he was appointed Store Manager
and then District Manager. Ten
years ago he was transferred 1
this island where he held the
position of General Manager to his
death,

Of a cheerful and obliging man-
ner, Mr. Friedman not only made
expansions of the Bata Shoe Com-
pany in this island but a host ot

‘are friends, who held him in
high respect. His passing wa
mouened by all, but more especial
ly his sorrowing widow an
daughter to gvhom sympathy
extended.

He vas laid to rest in the
presence of a large number ¢
friends in the Jewish Cemetery

Srynagocue Lane.

Mr. J. Friedman

THE death oc-urred at his resi-
dence Murray Lodge, Bay Street
on Friday night of Mr. Arthur
Clarence Greaves, Accountant of
the Barbados Electric Supyl
Corporation at the age of 77. His
funeral took place at the West-
bury Cemetery yesterday in the
presence of a large gathering to
whom his passing was a source
of deep regret

Arthur Clarence Greaves was a
man of sterling qualities. He was
forthright and nothing could
swerve him from the path of duty
as he saw it Soft spoken and
gentee] in manner he was never-
theless firm in carrying out his
decisions. These qualities made

CHURCH

ANGLICAN
Snd Sunday after Epiphany
MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL; 8

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Eucharist. 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Ser Rev. G. V. Hazlewood
lla Matins. Sermon: The Very Rev
the Dea Sj ps vday School, 4 p.r
Childre Se ce pn. Evensong. Ser
mo Rev. € 3. Frederick
ST. CYPRIAN'S: 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist
930 art Matins Sermor Cano Ww
Harvey-Kea 30 s jay S ,
. § g. Se e Very I
Euchar
Evens«
Read
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a.m
Sunda



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7 p.m. The Carol Service (Repeat

ST. MARY'S 7.30 awm, Matins and
Litany am. Ma 9 am. Sung Mass
and Sermon. 3.30 p.m. Sunday School
4 p.m. Children’s Vespers. 7 p.m. Even

song and Sermon
(Harvest Festival)
ST. BARNABAS’: 8 a.m
Holy Eucharist. 9 a.m
Mass and Sermon. Preacher: The Lord
Bishop. 4 p.m. Harvest Cantata (Stiver
Collection at the door 7 p.m. Solemn
Evensong, Sermon and Procession
METHODIST
JAMES STREET: 11 a.m
7 pm. Rev. F. Lawrence
PAYNES BAY: 9.30 aw

Matins and
Procession, Sung

Rev. E. Griffin

Mr. W. St. Hill










7 p.m. Re R. C. Palmer-Barnes.
WHITEHALL: 9.30 a.m. Miss E, Rouse
7 pm. Mr. G. Sinckler
GILL MEMORIAL 11 am, Rev. R, C
Barnes. 7 p.m. Mr. G. Harper
c HALJ 9.30 a.m. Rev R. C
Sarnes. 7 p.m. Mr, F. D. Roach
WN: 9.30 au Mrs. Morris
7 pm, Rev. E. Griffin
SPEIGHTSTOWN: 11 a.m. Mr, H, Hus
bands. 7 p.m, M L, B. Waithe
ST. LUCY’S CHURCHES: Rev. F. Law
rence in the mroning
BETHEL a Rey B. Crosby
om. Mr. B. D. Kaye
DALKEITH 9 a.m, Rev, B. Crosby
7 p.m. Mr, G. Brewster
BELMONT ll aw Mr. B. D. Kaye
7 p.m, Mr. H. E Gilke
SOUTH DISTRICT 9 am Mr A
St. Hill, 7 5 Mr. C. Brathwaite (Har
vest Festival Service
PROVIDENCE: 11 a.m. Mr. D. F. Grif
fith. 3 p.m. Harvest Cantata, 7 p.m. Rev
B. Crosby
VAUXHALI 1) at Mr. ¢ Jone
7 pa Ml F. Moore
MORAVIAN
ROEBUCK STREET; 11 am, & 7 p.n
Freacher: Rey. 8. Brewer
GRACE HILL: 11 a.m. Mr, T. Barker
7 p.m. Mr, D, Culpepper
WATTS VILLAGE: 11 a.m. Mr. Haynes
7 pam. Mr. A. Bishop
MONTGOMERY, Cave Hill: 7 p.m. Mr
U. Reid
SHOP HILL, St. Th 7 p.m. Mr
W. A. Arthur
DUNSCOMBE, St. Thomas ll am
Mr. ©. R, Lewis. 7 p.t Mr. W. H, Swire
THE SALVATION ARMY

BRIDGETOWN
Holiness Meeting

CENTRAL il am
3 p.m, Company Meet

ing. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. Con
ducted by Captain and Mr Brook
(Probation Officers

FOUR ROADS 1 an

p.m. Company

Holiness Meet
Meeting. 7 p.m
r Meeting Conducted by the
Div al Commander (Major A, E
Moffett) assisted by the Divisional Young
People’s Secreta \ tant O. White)

LONG BAY: 11 a.m. Holiness Meeting
3 pam. Company Meeting. 7 p.m, Salva
tion Meeting. Conducted by Captain V
Harris (Divisional Helper)

WELLINGTON STREET

ing. 3
Salv





11 a.m, Holi

ness Meeting. 3 p.m. Company Meeting
7 pam. Salvation Meeting. Preacher
Senior Major T, Gibbs

SPEIGHTSTOWN 11 a.m. Holiness
Meeting. 3 p.m. Company Meeting. 7 p.m
Salvation Meeting. Preacher; Officer-in
charge

SEA VIEW: 1)
2% pm. Company
vation Meeting
Gibbons

CARLTON
3 p.m, Company

am. Holiness Meeting
Meeting, 7 p.m. Sal-
Preacher; Lieutenant K

11 am. Holiness Meeting
Meeting. 7 p.m. Salva-

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SiD You HAVE A HARD DAY AT \ WW
THE OFFICE, DEAR? I COOKED /
YOUR FAVORITE DISH“CALFS y~ ,
LIVER AND BACON~ARE YOU
| GOING TO THE CLUB TONIGHT? // SOFTEN HIM UP '

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ACCOUNTIM GOING TO

| BED EARLY I HAD AVERY.Z 5 Oe CARs
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Dr. Hallinan

Two Days CameHerel or

THE 312-ton (net) molasses
tanker “Athel Ruby” under the

command of Captain Lonsdale, r

which has been reported to have
left Trinidad for Barbados since
Wednesday, January 11, was up
to yesterday, considered to be
about two days overdue.

Cablegrams were sent from
Barbados to Trinidad inquiring
whether or not it had left there
and answer came back stating
that it had left on Wednesday.
The “Athel Ruby” usually reaches
port the day following its depar-
ture from Trinidad.

It was coming here to take an-
other load of vacuum pan mo-
lasses.

Investigations concerning its
location were being carried out
yesterday.

ee



him a highly respected figure in
vw) circles of society.

He had a passionate love for
jgures and at an early age be-
came a clerk with the old West
India Regiment stationed in Bar-
bados. He also served at the St.
Juicia Station before returning
ome to private life.

He was the proprietor of an
1erated water factory for many
years and in this way made many
bosiness connections. In _ this
capacity he was also highly re-
sorcted by those with whom he

did business. /

He was married to Miss Patter-
son who predeceased him many
years ago. He now leaves one
daughter, Miss Ida Greaves, Ph.D.
now an economist with the British
Government.

To her and other sorrowing re-
latives the Advocate tenders sin-
cere condolence.

SERVICES
tion Meeting. Preacher: Lieut. R. Reid
THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH OF
GoD

PCKSTEIN VILLAGE, St. Michael: 11
am. and 7 p.m. Elder R. H. Walkes
_ BANK HALL, St. Michael: 11 a.m. and
7 p.m, Rev. M. B. Prettijohn

ION HILL, St. James: 7 p.m. Evan
gelist A. R. Brome

POCK HALL, St. Andrew: 7 p.m, Rev

3. Winter

FOE HILL, St. Peter: 11 a.m. Evangel
st A. R. Brome

VJURHAMS, St. Lucy ll aw Rev

3. Winter

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
. HURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,



ttown, Upper Bay
Am, and 7 p.r
\ Service

Street: Sundays
Wednesdays 8 p.m
which includes Testimonies of
Science Healing Subject ol
rmon



Lesson -Se



HERAN CHURCH
11 a.m, The Rev

PALMETTO STREET
W. F





O'Donohue, (Dip.) Subject: ‘The

Power of the Lord” 7 p.m. The Rev
W. F. O’Donohue. Subject Two Pence
Bringing Christ to the Nations,” the
world’s largest broadcast, features the
enging Christ centred radio mes-
ages of Dr. W. A. Maier, Professor of
Old Testament interpretation and his-
tory; ask you to pray for the Radio cru-

sade for Christ, imploring the Holy Spirit
on the sermon; tune in at 6 ».m, every
Sunday evening and you are welcome to
attend at the above church.
ST. McGINLVY S £.0. CHURCH

COUNTRY ROAD 3 p.m. Sunday
School. 7 p.m. Liturgy of the Pre-Sancti-
fied. Celebrant & Preacher: Rev. C. A
Ishmael

BAPTIST CHURCHES

EGOLF, Tudor Street: 9.30 a.m. Sun-
tay School. 10.30 a.m. Morning Worship
Message by Rev. W. J. Divine. 7.15 p.m
Evangelistic Service. Speaker Mrs. S
Winwood, (Mrs. Winwood is from Can-
ada and has been a missionary to Pales-
tine for the past 16 years)

GRACE, Thornberry Hill
ing Worship. 3 p.m. Sunday School, 7
p.m. Evangelistic Service

PACKERS, St. Patrick: 10 a.m. Sun
day School, 11 a.m, Morning Worship
7 pam, Evangelistic Service

11 am. Morn







CLEVELAND, Rock Hall Corner ll
a Morning Worship. 3 p.m. Sunday
School. 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

BUDLONG, Brereton: 2.30 p.m. Wor
ship Service. 3.30 p.m. Sunday School
7 p.m, Evangelistic Service

FAITH, Walkers 10 am. Sunday
School. 11 a.m, Morning Worship Service
7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

CHALKY MOUNT 10 am. Sunday
School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 7 p.m
Evangelistic Service

BETHANY, St. Simons: 11 a.m. Morn
ing Worship Service. 3 p.m. Sunday
School. 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

YMCA
ACTIVITIES FOR WEEK, COMMENCING
JANUARY 15TH

Sunday Fellowship, 445 p.m — Mr
c F. Broome, B.A., will lead a Dis-
cussion on “Christ is the Answer for
Every Race These discussions in recent
weeks have been both interesting and
helpful. Everybody is welcome

Monday, léth, 4 p.m.
Physical Training
vf age are invited

S15 p.m.—-Lecture
M.A. on “Earlier

Lawn Tennis and
Boys under 15 years

by E. M. Shilstone,
History of Barbados

Tuesday, 17th, 4.30 p.m.--Games Com
mittee

Wednesisy, 18th, 4 p.m.--Lawn Tennis
Guest” Aliernoon 9lso Physical Train
ing Boys sper ally invited

7 pan, 9.20 ¢.m.—-Competitive Games
Evening. These will be held every week

The games are open to all. A record of
points will be kept with the object of
having a Knock-Out Competition in June

3.30 p.m.—Music Class

8.30 p.m,—Bible Study Group

9.20 p.m.—Family Prayers for

Thursday, 19th 4.30 p.m
Committee

Friday, 20th, 4 p.m,

4.15 p.m.—Film Show

ADVANCE NOTICES

Friday (ith at & p.m, A prominent
member of the Commercial World will
lead a round-table discussion on “The
Devaluation of the Pound.” Members
are specially asked to make this a well
attended meeting

Tuesday, Jan. Bist.
Master of Ceremonies, Rev, E. Griffin
Ladies are invited Admission will be
by tickets which can be had free from
the Office

All
Basket Ball

Lawn Tennis

Social Evening

Regirered Ub Petem Offee








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Talks In 1941

Dr. T. J. HALLINAN.

7,
is

J.
now

Dr.
who

Hallinan,
in Barbados



C.B.E.,

to

undertake an enquiry in the or-
ganisation of the General Hos-
pital, arrived on Friday evening

by B.W.1.A. from Jamaica wi
his wife. They are staying
Government House until

th
at

to-day

when they will go to the Hast-

ings Hotel.
Dr. Hallinan told the “Advocat

e”

yesterday that he had a genera!

xnowledge of this part of
world as he was in Barbados

the

in

1941 for the Conference of Sani-

tary Authorities of the Car!

b-

bean when they were discussing

international sanitary questio

ns

concerning the whole area. Two

years later he visited Trinid
for a Conference of a_ simil
nature.

Director of Medical
Jamaica from 1933-1946,
Hallinan was a member of t
House of Representatives
his retirement
also a noménated member of t
Legislative Council fora
and was Chairman of the Hov
ing Board from the ‘time of
inception in 1940 until 1946.

He said that he was
pleased to be associated

it had done some
work and was still continuing
do so

as

Lumber, Dairy
Feed Arrive

very
with
that Board from its earliest days
excellent

ad
ar

Services,
Dr.

he

until
in 1946. He was

he

term

4s-
its

to

About 102,000 feet of white
pine and spruce lumber from
Halifax, Nova Scotia, and 5,600

bags of dairy feed from Montr

arrived at Barbados yesterday

&.S. “N. O. Rogenaes.”
Unloading of this cargo

Bridgetown for

British Guiana,
The “N.O. Rogenaes,”

ton (net),





eal
by

may
begin today and is expected to
be completed by Tuesday when
the vessel is scheduled to leave
Georgetown,

4,389-
is a freighter of the

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Federation Is

“olvation For W.lI.

FEDERATION of the West In-
ciee is the only salvation fer these
isluads, Mr. C. J. Garfunkel, build-
er and 1eai estate businessman of
Toronto, Canada told the Aavo-
cate yesterday. ;

Mr. Garfunxel arrived recer ly
on the “Lady Rodney” on his 1..st
yisit to the island ror a holiday
and is staying at the Marine Hotel.

He said that he had visited scm
of the other islands and thought
that they hac great possibilities
for the future

He thought that the island
should be more advertised in
Canada as it was only recently
that he’ .earnt scmething about it
when hc paid a visi: to Mcntrea!
to get some literature from the
Sun Life Insurance Building.

Mr. Garfunkel said that h
would be resurning next year and
aoped that ais son ,who is i
stcck broker in Toronto would Fe
able to come as this was just -he
spot for him to have a vacatior

9 Year Old Injured

NINE-year-old Biaine Cupp...
of Padmore Village, +.
was injured ai.er wie Mel eve

4nvoived In an accident on Vnu. vas
Viflage Road, St. Phiip wa. wa
car ¥-216 on briday cveu---o
Wes taken LO le ren fas MUSp..ct
uuu uetasned. The car is the pro-
peicy OL Caloeron Spencer vu.
church Village and was being d).-
ven vy Cuuhvely Movre OL
same adaress.

INJURED

JANTHEE Mc CLEAN of Gun-
site Road, Brittons Hill, was taken
to the “enera| Hospital on Fri-
cay evening efter she had been
suruck by the car X-349 on Gun-
site Road, The car is owned and
was being driven by Edith Chand-
ler at the time of the accident.

30/- FOR BODILY HARM

A FINE of 30/- and 3/. costs
to be paid in 14 days or ‘n de-
fault one month’s imprisonment
was imposed on Darnley Smitp
of Peterkin Land on Friday by
His Worship Mr. H, A. Talma.

He was found guilty of inflict-
ing bodily harm on
Haynes on November 26.

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B.B.C. Radio
Programmes

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

7 am. The News; 7.10 am. New
Analysis; 7.15.a.m. Nights at the Opera,
# a.m. From the Editorials; 8.)0 a.m
Frogramme Parade; 8.15 a.m. Anthology
3: 8.30 a.m. We beg to Differ; 9 a.m
Close Down; 12 noon The News; 12.10
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Piano
Playtime; 12.0 p.m. Sunday Service: |
1 p.m. Life in Britain; 1.15 p.m Radic |
Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Ray's a Laugh.
2 p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home New
from Britain; 2.15 p.m. Music VM) ga7ine |
2.30 p.m. Starlight Hour; 3.30 p.m. The
Card; 4 p.m. The News: 4.19 pm
Interlude; 4.15 p.m. Pavilion Players;
4.30 p.m. Sunday Half-hpur; 4.65 p.m
Epilogue; 5 Variety Banuuw
6 p.m. Programme Parade; 6.15 p.m
from the Children’s Hour; 635 p.m
$m3il Band Music; 7 p.m. Tne New.
7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m
Caribbean Voices; 7.45 p.m. How t
read the Gospels; 8 p.m. Radio Newsree
£.15 p.m. Tom Jones Trio; 8.30 p.m
Sunday Service; 9 p.m. The News: 9.1
p.m. Home News from Britain; 9.1
ym. Life in Britain; 9.30 p.m. Tip-Tor
Tunes; W p.m. London Forum;. 10.0
p.m. Ray’s a Laugh; 11 p.re. The News

|

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1950

¢ am. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
enalysis; 7.15 a.m. Listeners’ Choice.
7.45 a.m. Places of Interest; 8 a.m. Fror.
the Editorials; 8.10 a.m. Programm«
Parade; 8.15 a.m. Dance Music; 9 a.m
Clese Down; 12 noon The News; 12.1
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Pro-
gramme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Music from
Grand Hotel; 1 p.m. Seience mev.e,
1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m
have a Go; 2 p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m
Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.n

Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. London Forum

3 p.m. From the Third Programme;
4 p.m. The News; 4.10 p.m. Tne Dal,
Service; 4.15 p.m Sweet S>venade
5 p.m Listeners’ Choice; 5..5 p.m

Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. Places «°
Inter@st; 5.45 p.m, Accordeon Interlude,
6 p.m. Ring up the Curtain; 7 p.m. in
News; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.1
p.m. Calling the West Indies; 7.45 p.m
Rena Edwards (Soprane); 8 p.m. Radic
Newsreel; 8.15 p.m
cert Orchestra; 9 p.m. The News; 9.10



p.m. Home News from Britain; 9.1. p.n
p.m. Science Review; 9.30 p.m. Franz
Osborn (Piano); 10 p.m. Paul Temple
end the Madison Mystery; 10.30 p.m
Eve Becke (Piano); 10.45 p.m. Com-
monwealth Survey; 11 p.m. The News
BOSTON

Wrul 15.29 Mc, Wruw 11.73 Mc, Wrux
17.75 Me.



CROP MAY START
EARLY FEBRUARY

The cane crop this year, es-
timated to yield 137,500 tons of
sugar, may start the first week
of February, the Advocate was

told yesterday at the Department
of Science and Agriculture.







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Islands. From St. Vincent it was | : a : . 1
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1956

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R.A.S.C. Vessel



Hall Constitution Roag

. vunKering

Lhis visit is one of emergency.
vne “Copinsay saiied from Ply-
juouth aua made calls at Madeira
oe. vuicem, Cape verus |

have been amalgamated and

the business is now officially
known as the

DOMINICA HANDCRAFTS

on
Sunday, January 22nd 1959,
av 4.30 p.m.

Works or at the Door
"GO SSSOOOOLSSE SS

St.
expectea to bunker, but as
Lucia could not suuply the coal,
ius course was diverted to Barba-







rhe “Copinsay”, 450 tons, was
put IN ive. as a mine sweeper
auu was carrying out escorting
auues on tne wes: Coast of Afri- |
ca. Since tne war, it was recondi-
toned and handed over to tae |
Army for carrying muitary ‘en-|
|



Schools open
Again!

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sonnel. Lately, it has been en-
gaged as an escort for bemb dis-
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Untv H -"--" 1 "•"•" K SfN'PAT \nvor \TF. PACE FIVE iy Cozier Cover W.I. icket Tour fOR RSUTEftS rZ!oTJ1F-SPAlN. Jan. 14. LlSScSw. < ormCTly "'.,"" ^IGu.rdian' %  ami lhe BarK' W A Snd ... rcpnrt .ho !" A WKI Indio^ T.t matches Thoroughbred Horses Liverpool if7 n r Loses Lead Win Big Prizes I„ 1st Division By Walter Parkins...! mJ£; aa&nmcnt loUowaneE wiwoon the Caribbean fJUciallon and Reliefs reLj^raeo "I 'ho .our EL !" anxious .o mve a p..5 iho matches through West -TOVM. invited Cosier lo join "oSniation for .ho period. ,-5? with O. S. Coppln. Bori A%hich ran lo two edition!, jilso covered the matches for %  J^Eniilish and Caribbenn 2thl he was highly eomLa D J O'Nell r.allaglwr. Ev o't the DKu Elpmsa. llUngColier thanking Inm f..i %  McelleW coverage" he dubIhe reportitiK "infinitely suto Heiifer'.." w announcement undoublodly be well received through the %  bean since Cozier .ravelled Uively in the area as llonSerreury ..[the Press Assail which his eforts have done to sustain. —.By Cable) >ni"'i'a Injured Car Accident NEW YORK, Jan. 14 bw Camera, former II. avyBt Boxing Champion and noiv Ktler, was injured in n road near Casey. Iowa, yaatl I Ha car collided with a law men suffered a deop gash on -Renter. Sports EdUot oi Ik* "Loneoahln Evanlng Poat" %  fuel ihat Britain's thorirad horses are still widely acknowledged to be .he hi Id has boon emphasised a. allI the principal sales in 1949. bloodstock of .he highes. quality wag on offer there was Ck of bidder, and the good prices realised surprised those who had feared a partial slum-, Man;, colls went overseas and %  notable purchase of a horse thai loved its class was • brllllanl Royal Fores, to I owner in Argentina. The list of winning sires for [ho 1949 season reveals again that blood not only counts but lasts Sire of 39 horse, prominent during the season was Near.... sired in 1935 by lhat great Pharos Nearoo's progeny won 48 race., the highest total credited to any sire, and netted prize money amounting to £52.500 for their owners, the season's record sum. In 1948 Neorcos progeny earned C49.0OO and in 1947 £30.000. A significant feature of the 1949 figurei was that two of What makes you ihink Sir Stafford'. May had Mit*l*"li KINGSTON, (By Mail), effort is to he made lo rimtbe arrangements concern^ %  aM* admission of tourist cars be licensins of tourists. I lome lime past M-presentajiWfet bten made to Governithat the laws and reguliifovernink' the admission of Mrs and the linnsiiia of rBM aa drivers, have been %  rhfft cumbersome, causing amount of difficulties to the %  V and (hat the minimisins aa* conditions would have n table effect on the island's traffic, OmbtTIIItTt||;|> • hundrea and eigbty pupils CombermiT-' School will Ihene*" school year when and secondary schools Btn on Tuesday At the end It term Combermere regis63L Wrs, i (JIM to tuguit 31. Ime time ago he had too many horses, enjoyed a record season. He was comfortably at the head of _lhe list of winning owners with £69.000 won in 39 races by 19 horses. The leading contributors to this nguru were those two high class juveniles, Palestine, winner of Ihe Gimcrack Stakes and live other races to the value of £17,000. and Diableretta, whose seven Wtni earned £12.000. These coltslook the popular fancy more than any others, and as with Musidora their success proved the value of fine blood. Musidora won more money than any other lllly. Iteming Sceptre's record winnings of £23,000 which had stood since 1902. This filly was sired by Nasrullah, a son of Nearco. Palsire in the famous Fair Trial, and Diableretta is -he Tlrit of Dante's colts—Nearco again— o achieve real distinction. The Derby Stable The Aga Khan's winniiigs comfortably beat his previous best figure of £65,000 in 1934, and his %  gSrogafa has been surpassed only once in the history of the turf in Britain, by the Duke .( Portland 60 years ago with £74.000. In the last 20 years the Aga Khan has missed his present distinction only ton times. He was winning owner in 1924. The scroll of honour as owner and breeder would not be complete without the inclusion of the Derby family which has done more than any other lo establish and build the great reputation of Britain's turf history. The Earl of Derby was the second highest Winning owner with £35.000. mainly due to the triumphs of the gallant Alycidon. The young Earl's late father's stud gave him 0d place to the Aga Khan In the luff of winning breeders. In I review Of the which is both highly competitive and -itrenuous for a Jockey. Gordon Richards proved his superiority over his *onto mp otariea, iven at the age or 45. by again finishing as leading jockey. His ilUMn failed by only eight to e-jual his record of 1947 he was the champion jockey foi the 22nd time. During his 28 years' riding this great sportsman has ridden 3.966 wiluW truly wonderful record. LONDON, Jan. 14. Liverpool lost their position al the head of the First D.> da> when they were beaten 3—0 by Bolton at Bolton. Manchester 0 home victory over Chelsea take the l*ad 1 tue of their batter goal average. %  points. Liverpool, who have their lead since November 5. were three down at Lame They fought back but failed lo get aaa quarter. Both .">ol and Manchester United laved 26 games. Blackpool in third place strengthened their chances with a 1—0 home win Villa while Wolverharr.pton lost ground, being beaten at MiddtesbroiiKh 2—n. portmouth with a 2—1 win over D take fourth place Totenham also lost their unbeaten away record to Leeds United, who won 3—0. It was the first time this Totenham failed to score. They still lend the second division by 10 points. Sheffield Wednesday Who lost to Plymouth -1—2 following with thirty-four points. Football Results 1COTT.SH lTACU'E IMVISION A Atwntetfi 4, Celtic 0. Cl\d^ 1 Dcrl>> Count' |, ilumlev I r.\rria\ 1. POrttmouih 1. -Ulhan> I. Mancheitn CfU • MancheMrr L'mtea 1. Cnelsr.. I Midair broush 1 Wotv.-riuamplon Waivdvrera • NexaIta UnltnC I, OwrlloB AlhUrtic 0 Weil Bron.ii.ic4. 0. Stoke City 0. SECOND DIVISION BornilCry 1 Orlmabv 2. Blackoum Rovrt* J, l-eK-eMrCili r> Bltmt.orS 1. Bradfoin B CBC* dill Cll* 1. Bury 0 Covwtrv City ^, PreMfui NertH Bnd 0. Hull Cll) I. Choaterfleld 0 ;ed* United 3. Tottenham Hotspur O l.utton TOT. 1. Qtiaen* Ptwr Ranfer. Sheffield W#*naaday 1. P1> mouni A.Kvle 4. Soulhonipton 1. Swana TwI'nited o She(ileld United 0. THIRD DtVlB'OM SOt'TllW.N Brtith Ion S. Newport County o. in^n.( .'ity 1 Briatol flover* 2 Bxtcr City 1. l*ytor. Orient 1 lpaw.c>> Town 2. Readlns 0 MlHwaU 1. NoniampWi Town ). NnUi County 0, Cryalil Palace I Port Vak* X VV.aford Sou Mi fid United 1 mouth o. Swindon Town o. N'ottinsham PBfat 5. Torquav Unltrd t. Alderahot 0. Walaall 1. Norwich City 1 -H-ii"f JAN 8. NO. 102 The Topic of Last Week De Gasperi Will Form 6th Cabinet nOMR. Jan. 14. President LUIRI Einoudi today charged Christian Democrat leader Alcide De Gasperi with the formation of a new Government. This will be the sixth peat-war Cabinet, headed by the (iiiold De Gasperi. Ho resigned us Premier two days Jifco to reform the Cabinet. Signor De Gasperi will t;ni consultations with political leaders immediately, hut names of the new Cabinet are not expected until next week. After two days of political coosultatiuii*. wliiih Hiinaxed Hie Government':; three months' >Ld crisis, President Kiiuuuii sunimonod Signor De Ouperl to t he Quirinal Palate this morning for formal acceptance of his Government's resignation, and to nsk him to form a new Cabinet. Earlier to-day, President Eiiuiudi had called on veteran Italian statesman, 79-year-old exPremier Vitoria Emanuele Orlando, lying >,ick at his home, for the last of his consul tat ions beritrustlng the Government nine more to Signor De Gasperi. %  eater. And both ..i ti> To vote. *o we went doun Well our inu.i Tom>".. •a %  -co m ih* Maw, Whan tne %  He BBlni Coosrata to all Mille. . IMp nil... Down ... St. Mtchaei .. Hell aane u MUM But Friday night, boy.. * on* oil lni."i tuahi When Molt ley and the Start Bring inx and u|h( You know well In Buthacloa Crowded with man to -par* Thne i room tar unoi -. Tn: anoUar Union hare So crowd* of Bij.ii. faihvied Prom town and CoHBl And they paid (real altontion To hear ihla Unto,., vtaw tvai JM a* MSSI i las ig %  And boy* thu U i a Tt* cannon. Mmi4y roai DkHa They mad* u vsty ilw Are not nccaptlns workara From no other union hare You pay un cent* or rUna cenbt What aver you asssaaa And when you are not u-orklns Voull net J pine „( etJMkfi The Caribbean Union Council %  So all the Union benefit* Will coma to you .nd ma. Each mambar ii he cam to OM tak* a careful look To at* that evory panny It lefitlerad in the book. On* Union haa Ihi. siosan Reciung now ,>nd than "The merchantKot the money But "wa" union utM th.Tha Carlobaait hat ihu Slogan It rrpreaanta great and -mall **A aquare deal for (he worker* An honr-t deal So boya you better )oln up. Not thoar whott ure lit the n The Caribbean ha* n clean >h*et To restate. %  iha r*at". Joe turned to Comrade nobert And aald< thai la my |r|gaj The Caribbean HMura 1 UssM I* the better ot the Iwo. •VUSED ^ TO WAKE FEELING TIRED When Colds strike Wh.it .i bad start for a day's work if you wakup feellnir tired and list leu*, instead of being itrlak sod full of en*rtv. One woman who can appreciate ths dlfferenco from her own experience, writes t< us :— "Before rasflr.K* Krusohen, alwajB used to wake in thmornlns feellnc very tired. No* 1 have lost all that tiredness am: I wake feellDK fall of enemy Krunehen has made mo feel year*) I also suffered wit I rh-uraatlc pains in my shoulder and swellings round my ankloa I am now completely cured ol these pains and swellings. 1 tak Itrusohen Salt" ifgaiarly anrt tannot npeak too iiuiiiy of it.' -L.W Kruschen keeps > on youny becauss It tonen up the liver. kidneys and bowola and keepr. them all working smoothly and .•fflclently. The reward Of thai internal cleanliness la a freshentMi and invigorated body, P waste materials are expelled anc. the pains of rheumatism cease And aa you contlnuo with Km hchen, your whole body reaponos to Its purifying force. Kruschen is obtainable from all Obemists nd stores. **?roir7ii0t?r ^ Phensic! Two tablets of Pbemic with a : tile watei will quickly check a cold or cr.l'l. Pheraac soon clears ihe head, tikes aim ihe bumrng pain behind the eves, the i.-hes in the limbs, the distracting headache, and helpa to bring the temperature down But best of all, Phenaic relieves the dep: ..ion and latigue ihat so often accompanies colds and chills. Be prepared f colds —keep a supply ot" Phensic handy. JusttakeS 1 -.Tablets,, Phensic lor quick, sure reliel FROM HEtDACHES, RH.-lrUTIC PAIN, LUMBAI01 NERVE PAINS. NEURALGIA IUENZA, COLDS 4 CHILLS j ANOTHER REMARKABLE THINC AHOUT WHITE ANTS sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM I 7Wt>iyysHf/Mf/. %  Mwm*& l*Ths Queen. >hown here, may liy u| f to 7,000 e|fl a day. most of wnlcr> ^develop into •worker," special!) adapted for destroying timber B< ICulc—remember i ***<+* tittiu-tit mmt \ UNIVERSAL -Dip or brush fc positive protection jgairtu Whit., i AnU, Borer,. Rot and fungi. Pain j or nolnh over treated wood, N y odour. NoCire-ti.k. V ECONOMICAL — Highly concer trated MVM carnage whe \ f diluted 'or uie -goes iurthar an \ cost* let.. ^ HRMANCNT Cannot waih-o^ I i or evaporate. Combinet with tl • fibres, toughens the timber BJH •. makes it firercsnunt. ^ Atlai Preiervobve Co. ttd.. Lnih. i KM, c ng(ond. { ACENTS: -W.lh.niori a Haynas a R Co.. Bridgeiown. Barbados. For permanent protection NEW Mobiloil With Amazing New Protective Properties For Your Car's Engine & r SIA VIEW CHEST HOUSE llastlnss. it.n I'.uiiHUh OattM CulBlnr. ComforUble Beds. Fully Htotkrd n RATKS| $5.00 per day up (inrluilvr) Apply : M \\ \l.l.K $s*H ATLAS* A Koaps Englnat Claanar — s,Mobiloil ha* apeclsl • l.umntt ptopefllee which prevent carbon depoalta from l<.rniinnl haasa >onr nifti'ii' i lean*. ...m'11 ftel more pov...r — Jtart fanier. airlemti.iiu.l..'r. patl -rm smoother on long drivra. 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S ii ii d a J, Junitarv l.i 19S9. ^uttimu Mwatte Price: •^-.Usix niSTs Vnr 53. AUSTRALIAN DEAL IMPROPER" Garvey Pegs rices In B.H. Irotest Meeting Called BRITISH HONJJUAO, Jau. 14 %  0SINi.3SM2N have called a meeting of all merchants here today to discuss strict import %  d price control, just imposed o i the liovenr.u^n. i prevent too rapid a rise of the cost of living, as nsult of devaluation of the Honduras dollar in lecember ,G. Barrister appended For ffcconducl AdlM"< ("mv nasal MTOWN. ti 'a" '* %  full Court of Appoa Kodiyt Barrister %  %  O. F. j, f r „m pi Mi ' or wx I following investigations miKonduci charge. The %  Jio order-'d BU .nunths BK >n of the ume praction another chare*" of inlaft but ordered such pi tod concurrent with thi Hd in the other complaint one case tincourt founo !!:, % %  i L and twenty cents •<( hii I money for an unreasonlong Ume. ami. although Buy not have been an Poo lo defraud it is none n sconduct. Enough the amount in issue jl mis court annot disre[jkt fact that man %  colony .ire very poor and t t* often the po most whan small sums have been able lo j negligence oi misconduct legal practitioner" Absolute Necessity the 1WI.S. of !. %  it appn the distinction which must Nwn between a client's r Reurese..uti\i ComrniUac hv also teen invited A) the meeliim. The controls cover 130 commodities ranging from salt to cattle-onthe-hoof, and including bread, meat, milk, loilet arucles. IgrlouL tural implements mil bicycle "arts, and local products. The„ Government has also callur protesu and ow lounoad intention to witndra | all Ameiican Ofllctaja i-iui |ig [ron ''iiniinuint China, if Jl CAliaaat Conunuoiati "'ilted Statc^ ( %  rum %  i.iiion. whk "stuuted a flagrant vlolaUoa i Treaty RjgnU moat elementary %  %  hr State Depaitincnl %  thai It was no 1 %  -ccall of all \ miel from Commun i| na. when comi W.OJ. PROPOSALS TO BK REFERRED TO GOVTS. LONDON, Jan 14. 1'HE West Indian sugar delegation which leaves for home tomorrow after fruitless talks, to day accused the British Government of "improper activities" in negotiating a sugar contract with Australia France Italy And 'Benelux' Study Union PARIS, Jan. 14. The Finance Ministers ol France. Italy. Belgium, the Netheil.ind.and Luxembourg wil. Paris on January 23 to study the creation or an Econ< Mi notar* Union i twten toe live %  ountrtea, it was official!? announce:l here b the five countries will be held on January 1U to Acju.it i, El' SL^ST* •"! Sv^y I ie" branch commitaees.~thc object Ttr R.?,.iT o B Gov I bl '" 1 to aMU necessitous casts. Remson. ttl || Bt tand Ra.ns have held up, but most areas are still under water. -* %  •*•*> -tBy OaWe KliUSTS .AND TORIES WOPHESY DEADLOCK W U.K. ELECTIONS r A k. LONDON !an 14 mm < >w- % %  %  >•• % %  — L^V^utSi^i^ !" ^ 23 Ge !L er 1 52S2 PIS aTiLiii > &S£ £S ^ %  •'. Sncil^r *' d eadl ck was expressed by sections i hah md German; and of the •Utiwerf A a t onserv live supporters here to-day. Papal Benediction in Latin, a New Phi ,w "" lw main parties said that a turnover of l Vork company announced to-day. £ r cent, m the tntal vnta ..f tk^ ins^ ri„. inn —Uuk I Pope Pius, it was added, aulhoror Roberto. 1 am sure she make him happy". — Healer. Youth Movenn'tits Flourish In West Germany FRANKFURT. Jan. 14. A 700 per cent increase in membership of youths' organisations since 1046 is one nf the most encouraging developments in Germany. Mr. Lee Wilson, retiring MM of the Youth Acir. UJOO, Amcric 'i Military Government, said here to-day. He said that the present membership in the Organisations included from 25 to 30 per cent of vouths aged between 10 ani 27. About 510,000 youths in West Germany between ages of 14 and 18 are out of school and unemployed. —Reater. WiU Speed Weather Forecast WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. The United States Government is setting up a 90000 miles coast to i'oast landhne network linking 40 of its largest cities to speed up weathel forecast for pilots. —Heater. Pope Mn/ifs Recording NEW YORK. Jan. 14. Pius Xtl has made n December. The meeting will pp meeting of the Consultative Orou] of the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation in Paris on January 26. —Reuter. Rescue W orkcrs Difr Inlo MouMluin-Sidi' for Trapped Miners ..IAMALOI' ClJ Massachusetts. Jan. 14. More than luu react* dug feverishly into to* aldl ol I broad mountain hen %  %  .i in at the ooUaarj res*anftaj Th • reai uera believed to be oomlni I nftren %  ,II Indonesia, and had %  DM I-'..I K.I .: rho oommunl %  i Hatingulshu than 5o ence ID II i %  %  %  sin. the • opened on Jam, As the l the new M. Kmylan Rutnam I by the Ceylon Communist Part) Tho :*.niH) delegates, who attended. Cnmmonweulth Confi railing for "mobilisation against plans oi Impei: —Reuter. 'i Co. onto h< closed. T . out Commun'st Ch*na • On I'aae 13 Russia Expected Jap Attack In 1934 \ Stalin in .tit i BtiUltl I %  BuIUtfi %  United State** 1 the Bteta %  • tonight rtaltn told Huihii tbii In lumber l3S shortW ftr *aa ^ .he CnnwH*,! border %  <-rtoognlstd the Soviet Marshal Voroshllov mid Lltvln. then Soviet I %  I.ltvin. t %  ti Kronen thai the %  %  t tveryl %  hut weatarn %  — (Kent. Gennanj Has No Say Abo II I The Saar 64 Lost In Truculent' Disaster SHEEHNESS Jan. 14 .i':i tOll ID the the Thames Estuary m Thursday night was reduced from 65 to 64 to-day. It was thai 0M nicmlKT of mine on compasNaval divers and d atiatad from lhrir a k of sleep went down through ii,e fathami ol murky Thames rtouth waters again to-day to be$tt the taik of salvaging the frogman a as able to I < :i the inner .uid uuter iimned refit otal n hli bee* i K to let him net through the > I. In ;h. ..tier section rack, where rt 0U could be Renter. 7 Die In The Worst Storm In 30 Years NKW YUUK, Jan. 14 A furious windstorm laslKv .'. York State causing la) .is ;lu %  rhlch swept the AnieriWeal Paeinc %  aai continued raging from Northern California At least seven persons < ad in the analai ol th htundreda wen in Washington and Oiegoi r ,[ ra Iwaj nd %  tore tnei %  > lOUBd h ghways. Ci aland. Oregoo and Beatth .. %  . . . i. %  i .mil BOU I • %  %  \ ikllng sch'oi %  d to close todi i mueh snow. —Reuter. I iikiiowii Pirates Seize ."> Jup Moats TOKYO. Jan 14. paiioi vaaeeU, trapped men. Joseph Burda, aged! n^nonaimei" a r>> unknoun. haivi 30. and hi* 25 year old brotni %  %  %  ,, mmg boell Pope ypts P.M. 8 ^ar Chief — in the total vote i.f the 1945 Election, which %  *rvai.;. """ p wcr mi hl ^ suBicicnt lor a decisive ^^•tive victory next month. Ma'iy Conservatives beHen that on the Paity's raoord in the ttital of over 50 bye-electioruthe picsent Parliament % %  i. a swing t i the Right sufficient to turn the scales has iready been shown. taed the making of the record for Milan, which is dependent on the benefit of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in donations.—Reuter. One Creator Edward. Another hfOtl year old Prank, was caught up to %  %  | by falling d) i managed to save Unwell by literally jumping out of Itrutrr. $43,700,000 In Cold Got*s To U.S. CALIFORNIA. Jan. 14, Big four-engined planes landing here under heavy guar' lieved to be flying $43. gold bars from Japan to New York. Crews of the planes are armed loo. The gold is understood in be the property of the Kingd -in ol Slam. A state department spokesman said to-day that Slam recently noiiled the Unit Government that she would send about $43,000,000 worth of gold lo Tokyo, to be kept ID ttk States as a currency reserve American occupation forces found it "earmarked" for Siam in payment for "services rendered" to Japan shortly before and during the early part of the bfe —Reuter. ff the aouthwesl lip of Japan Ii the last live day>. Maritime officials declared day. Earlier radio reports froi. rushing boats said that an unknown g i. them. and seized 01 though no positive id. was made. Maritime official' said that Korean and Chinespatrols had previous'. Japanese Ashing boats south o' Japan. —Reuter Britain'** Influence \ ilul To Euro|><"' PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 14 Former Belgian Premier, Pau Ipeefe, said today tha Mr.tain's influence was vital t Europe to counter-balanc. Get %  f Great Britain turn an continental Europe "ill be a great misfortune fi,i II I avter, but in the long run 1 am < onvinced that it w II ha, lutsf for Brital —R rater. HONN. Jan. i* foreign Mui iv i Scnuina". tonight I %  %  aboul .HI. %  i . I a • J mat tending ir i ih • matter Tha saai c f 250.0O0 M ap %  of obi.iiniiig furthei l '>l 1.550.000 tons Was up of 900.000 tons from tha British West Indies. 470,ooo tons from Mauritius;, 170,000 torn I a i | and 10,000 tons fn>m Brlthth East Africa. DisHBllsfarlion iiiiwever it waa on the ol tha British market ihnt the dH•ntwfactton of the Colonial representatives "reached its highest pitch", the statement de, After much argument, Bi pi .posed thai uf 2.050.000 tons should he made %  %  doinini. price, 450,000 tons, from the coll lit a guaranteed price, 1,1*0,000 from the di'ininioii, ; ,i no %  %  Sorna of I dalagalons Ware under the impi. that the quantity of ZatXOOO without that luanl ty of sugar won w il. %  hi ruled Kingdom market although pries A special meet in u ind it was then m.ide eh U II a dom could purchase from iid at luaranti i i 10 I %  ufar i" %  I I U 0 n i Thereferi fa pn : ->f 1.550.000 ton< with ;i luarantee on mar!:rt tn the extent of l.lOO.fMMI —Sni.T. LONDON. Jan 14 Vatican Radio, quoting the r N-.ha D.IL Z ad Italian physicist Professor .-irnf uS. Bul Labour*hile reoognis,: i today Uiat Professor BaT nor ** Egyot M,h,jr v lhair reduced maioriUes in byeon nf u e'.ec-.i >' Martial Law. tamed all scats won oi held III hOdum,! — • — % % %  . %  < % %  < jv~4 —mi % %  %  • % % % %  %  •* Dl 1945. Ubuur also argues that ft r BBBfha*kb f T^' 1 "** onc ot ,nc Conservative;, to profit, a ••at P^.J hl Nationalistic Socialist los of eight per ee:d rribert Ei.isiein's QOW iheorcsj v.r.e not incornpatibe with thel 1'ilholir fHh wnu n won the would have to be < %  faith. He said that, arcurding .o Professor Levy, the new C nstein iheories gave the pi system its proper plsce So far BBBSI pjy"" 1 '*' .iiophic system had l>e ^^^^ %  ^"^wB^disii lemonstrating tti ia in 1944, controls those c< •tau hi Parliament \ Ubour majority IK smallest. —Renter. .-caraiice* of c/eaied matter reflected to one Creator. —Realer. RUSSIANS HELPING CHINESE COMMUNISTS SAYS NATIONALIST SPOKESMAN N.diona'The Nationalist spoki at four Russi.n. %  'in* area, n than 40 Russian artilre helping insta' long China'• east coast. -Reuter HONG KONG, Jan. 14. A Nationalist spokesman in Formosa to-day alleged that Russian military adv.-. helping the Chinese Communists plan the invasion of Formosa and the Chusan Islands, according 'o < ports reach The spokesman was reported to have declared that a Russian military group was stationed ii Ningpo 34 miles, west i K Vnd W Gt r.uaiiN lo Discuss Trade FRANKFURT. Jan. 14.. Britain and Waal German) will i usive trade nagotlatlona in Fr..nkfurt 00 Fehruary 15. au auihoiitative Bril here to-day. He added that an "importaat" British declaration would come bssaj for U %  The talks to expand and free trade between the two countries hod been planned for this month but ware postponed until February because of difficulties in getting the experts together. The postponed Franco-German trade talks In Paris had tied up eRffWCti M the German side.—Renter. Kaiser's Grandson FRSKCH ZONK. Ji Princt Hubertus of Prussia I the last Oei has left th! %  i i incess Msg' U nastasla, agnl %  %  a/iu %  hafl hoen living in Englan. -o England. % %  n it-fiance of the GovernWilnalm. or's declaration that Uie i -rteater. i is closed.-Renter. WAS IT A LIE? V, MiS.WV. j A Pol ah Poralgn 11 man night that all factors into con Ud In then reports of a pai H-d thai the position wee at the ftal ol %  • Ireagk corres.,,11 %  crll pondeni arrested here. —Reat-r —Reoter. GEN. DeGAULLE URGES FRANCE TO ORGANISE ITS OWN DEFENCE PARIS, Jan. 14. A SPOKESMAN for tiei.eral Charles De Gaulle, leatlet ol tha French People's Rally, said to-day that America's p.rt the Chinese Nationalist stand ir. Formosa D can that she would abandon Western Europe, if the Communists gained control there. ^ If Russia gained "underground admittance" to West Europe through a strengthen! IIK uf Communism in Germany, FramItaly, it was very clear that the reacUon of the Americans will be DM i* that produced threat which to-day hangs over Formosa, and which will hang over Tibet to-morrow. He said: "Il was urgent for Wl Europe—and France first to organise Its own defence. —tReu: r.) TM lung Prolongs Slay In Moseow MOSCOW, Jan. 14. IsTung, Chair•II of the Chinese Communist mt who has been in .v a month, plans • *iay for several week to work >.IT problems concerning the exiat* lg SUIO-SOV:I.I Pact—Reuter. ^riicstioii Closed? ; IUS. Jsn. 14. '•-morrow for oi Itta Greece in an Unofficial Plesbicile organised by orthodox Chut Stalin Reeei\s Indian Ambassador LONDON. Jan 14 Marshal I Radakrishnan. Radio said in u message heard here. — I



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siNDAY. I-WAKY is. M rr MSUVV ADVOCATE Check Bib Collar *S?Tvard of tartan taffetn, 36 JSTwuie. l'= /* of *•**•• *?Ta Quarter of an inch wide. f5rfd of lace beau. LLJ,**,* l card of bias bmumtt. J%1 of .fread. 2 presi studs iS^'this from diagram Armark straight grain. Solid B_— mark edge to be laid on EM XV marks facing turn-back rtTTIlNG DIRKC1IONS: rClow batf-iw* soami al1 r ? unu i cutingCut one pi* o Cut a bias strip, l' i _. vide and 72 inches long rTbias strip IK inches wick 40 inches long. Piece Strip*. Jfther where necessary. Kn>G DlKt(llU\>: Make narrow hems on onu long edge and two ends of both bias siWps. Run gathering threads aion* other edge. On larger strip draw uj. 1 fcreads until frill ills rouiu. outer edge of collar, stopping at lining line an on one edge, and baste oi. right side round edge. Plact bus binding over frill, pin baste and machine in position. Bring bias I %  over to wrong side, basta '. and slip hem. Neck frill is sewn on in the san.i Turn back facing at opening, where marked, and slip hem into position thus having an overlap of half an inch. press lace beading to required wid.1i and baste round outer edge and neck edge of collar on right side Top stitch both edges of lace with machine. Thread ribbon through slits. Sew on stud?, and press thoroughly. Substitution Crypt IWALTER LANDOR has anway of saying that Btfronment is one of the most puential factors in our makcHis phrase for it is given r in a substitution crypt for I to solve: bs GDS LRGE MPVM STB LCVBM GVB LGSSDM AGHS PM. ,,-m s^vui .jJic.rt pun puiM I mm IN> MM J... Miix.rios PACE MM: Children's Corner Rupert and the Caravan—8 5^! ,k dunbl J lh h'U Rupert nndi ih !" od „„ .runner, and •ST a I'" 1 "' ''"' "~"ynneia ot him u a lone *.^vl*-i Sr~]w-r 1JIS.7SR no !" IN laya. | mu „ „|| n m ibooi lh. MM.' Al h. ,enhe, 'I" .hick hi. (rand comei OUC. and 'o RUK.I ,„,„,,„ s, m a named sniiih. But horn American founder of wht rcUiiuvll do you knem your Smllna? iouJ i >oir n This Whl: Quiz will help you find 13. There ii a Deal Smith ""f,, ,„ . County that covers more than .., ". ".* brolter >nto atoms, 900 square miles. In what SUM? It s smashed to mUh ? 14. Which Smith spent his z. under the spreading chesttime trailing Fu Manchu. and nut tree, you used to llnd the vllrice vena? SMOOTH, COOL the beauty rream that is a 'treatment' HaaeliM Snow' iloea M morh foe raw akin. Women thr wueld over wart it aa they do so iilhee beanty ereeaa. So maalralK roollDf at all 10 soot) lor trealms little •nialllai %  u Sam.' aaoail be ) lae3. n .I'd: 15. Chief of staff to Gen. Eisenhower, later Ambassador to Hussia, was %  Smith? 16. The original Wright plane was restored to the right place In 1M8. I.e.. the Smith Poeahonta.1 And under the brown derby there was Smith? 4. If you leap to the right eonelusion, you'll identify the lass above as Smith of movie me '"f*. %  I *ocanontas wu urettv %  _. "SF mo "' ^ mi '" fnHMh to make lum lose his head, in the army in World War II than but she saved the head of members of any other "family." Smith? What name do you suppose was 18. Kemembered for his nor> !" £? ^ st numcrous (No. It trayals of the old British emplrewatnt Jones; Jones was fifth in builder on the screen is Sir tho list.) Smith? A SINGLE "ATTERN U all you nd for this check bib collar. Io freshen your old dress, lite pattern from this diagram (one square equals one inch). 'Can I Forget A Hooligan V HT (HIMHI lluitli W.iriM-r ("THE FAILURE of my marpurity Fundamentally, you ore |e I have no shadow ot doubt thinking of your husband as l due to ignorance, deliberatethough ho were "the father of |tr1uced to by parents, school, your school friend." But all 1 Church at the time of my men ar e not moral hooligans. •b. w "t Mrs. A. Rethink it all out. The act of fAt 12 I was brutally assaulcreation in marriage is the point I by the 'respected' father of at which we have the highest ot lna sacrifices of his pleasi SILENCE IS GOLDEN dor' asks Mr. B. "A man has a nght to happiness, after all, and ir l throw her over, would anyone blame me if I married someone who could give me what r want?" Who said so? Who said tha "a Jlram y Parker is a sweet maker man has %  right to happiness' who5c rst attempt at chocolate A burglar has as much right to n,,k n ''' "early ended in disaster. hnVPllMts H ><>u. but we i a ke T,ns mistake was Dot louiid out good can tu no that he is not """' • lf,or ""-• chocolates, made rain in his "right." %  na( l been put on No une has an f^gfthifg rieht ,,i,lt 'A "ian bought half a pound to happiness. Other piiiple are ,ul """Z\ ' "> %  > "e so and that is Heaven. W for you. Jimmy!" said the customer me ever to come to feel mishandled by bad men and Even then, happiness comes as unexpectedly. "Silence is golden, haa rr.?lllS-hi'' eC T C i, Sm rC ^? 1 a b *-. Drod " ' ""' we are domy boy," and he gave the asGod-give^'way '' £LJ£? fc 22 "' 'i U y: vou >"^ V"U,h Half a'sovereign and We 8 'aTe 7,, the, Sitto Jf ^ * """* Ut emotion needs a physical way of Uprewlns itself, A handshake WI, V clous your wlfi ,., :Ti.ndIiness, a mother's rbecauss you urc such an angel '" hu tlm "as made a lot of kiss her affection for her child. ' husband.' faiilastic chocolate articles, Se.xii.il union expresses a love A woman nags IMCIUM she is l "'d i^iein-rs '.o a BBC programme Paul Revere is most famous now as an equestrian. But he was famous in his own lime as a smith? 7 ;. you wanted to get a Smith education, where should you go? 8. He's a key man In this world, this smith? 9. Joe Milier belongs in this quiz, for he was a smiih" L 0 V Th e ,nrmer Abigail Smith and her husband were the flrst tenants in the White House. Who was he? 11. Counterpart of a blacksmith is %  whitesmith. What does 1. What kind of smith made Gretna Green the kind of place it was? 20 Barney Google's old pal is Smith? *-CSjnusj 'Of ooi *>ujj -Ml (O i( .la, „ psfjumu aq * jo IUJIUU .uy, -n SuisjDi jji op finruaiiwi m.-A 'IIOJI uaiioO JO <|uu niiiuMiiiH^ II txuwpy u V or „l n.tiii*H"l B uniimiMf „ nan uoi '••! IJ >)11U1S i IWUMMAim '.' i-MfllH pu UaHvojg xq UROIIUII t—uqof i iiwv > a P*AJIV e intua Sum Fun Word Play Ann in live hours a ran count. Which Bill can in eleven; How much more, then, is amount That both can count in seven? */t I *Tl> I W.OHU /{ t %  "" %  W/II W Bl Miu i iunod U3 moq OMl THE four words FAIt, AHT. THE and HER can be*combined into one word.—FARTHER. Hero, now, is the a group of six little words— HEN ART ARE EAR WAR THE Which one word of 11 letters I have already i breakdown." I it not too late, but it may | very njrd. Begin by n>meni(, that you are (ar from bc' in the experiences you I been through. (hooligans on a Bank I. r the beauty of a piece of sovereign and it. Despite sweet rationing In rttaln Imimy is still busy and .....i '" hu time DM made a lot Ho toysklc W ith litter and mess, that has pledged itself, from the spiritually unsatisfied. As often lhat 1 - his tiint he nas made a Why. the litter : t the hooligans %  nvtnted from doing dam%  Ham. THE !'-r A 1V REUlB to be enjoyed. I natural beauty of sex and age has, for you. been marI by thoughtless parents, who djou r.othaig. and by a man's Fkhty You grew up with i in your mind that warp[ It, picked up mostly from r school friends. Get clear of irubbish—those wrong ideas Kb associate sex with imvery nature of the act. to the as t '" mnrriagr OOtbill In mtRtptn for the local setting up of a family, in which bar husband UaWTJ, windmills with chocolate child mi shall llnd security and n;,s ll iniaKtnatinii. little tender,llIs that pi round and affection from both parents. IM of humour, ami chocolate models of tllm stars. Only wrong Ideas or lack of tries lo ue "l'easoIIabk %  •' with her He is particularly busy in the on on the part of a when wt "it she wants is sponspringtime with Easter Eggs, which %  ntoi( m ui uint *m jo / unw As Plain As A & B %  can spoil the sacredtoncous affection. nets of all that is involved. Find a wise counsellor. Just to talk about your fears may help to dispel them. Only while they are hidden in your sub-conscious mind can they do you damage. IF MY WIFE nags at me all and night, what should Go back to your wife. L.E.S. arc made in two half sections and then joined together after the lilling has been put in. ma limoo un uuv 4IKK( JUO t 1( -iiaMSNV '*UMnJ"*f.. •! PJO* Jijx H2MKMV l'K.\ PALS Study the following set of JSA J. McLENNAN, 28. Green •quattDU: Street, Newburg. Georgetown, A + B = 111 B x A :!.tl British Guiana. Hobbies are wri:A B = 12 A — B 143 ing, guuur K oalliiettikg postcards. How quickly can you datarmLna raad m g ana gi which numbers A and B represent? a %  uMumt p v J 1*-.ClJO P pJlpuny HIHTIIIIAVS HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Heh n Corbtn. Agatha Brathwnite. Patricia Wallace and Dorothy Grazette who celebrate their Birthdays this week. HAZELINE SNOW A lit 'KHit.'i.HS W H HUM!' ro. PRCJDITT MEN LOVE WOMEN WITH BEAUTIFUL HAIR USE A.K. POMADE AND GET WISE TO YOUR BEAUTY POSSIBILITIES. All llc.uiiiliil Hair was not born Hint way. TRY IT ONCE USE IT ALWAYS! On Sale al all Drugs and Department Stores. STOKES & BYNOK LTD.—Agents ^S getting somePEP 0*4VIGOR ontiVIM Ws getting it safely ll^tKaBKGl^ofKLlM FtRSTM Alha-SillZK bunts (li.siil nliif The same safe analgesic that relieves headaches so quickly cause* rUka-Sattatf to bring quick comlort from muscular aches and sole* lsss,T5roponeor tuo Alka-Seltrer :ablets in a glass of water. Watch it spaikie.then drink it down.Here is reliable First Aid -pleasant to tak %  too. Keep a package handy. Not a laxative. Fint you listvn, thvn — YOU FIND YOURSELF SPbAKIRIU THE I.HIII iiii: Kru.wlMj;r :t tuifua<>M U rrf gn*t value to UIOMI .^nb-ik-ng'on tw rrt-rr •il to til UMM >Oo Intend lo travol brMd. Kundraaa of OVOTMM sludwiU hnv. pnmd by Mtptrlonco th*t Lin*u.pnona Is Ot* atiickMl. MIIMI .n4 m—' mioroRics %  / o* salalns niMocy ir IT 18 UssfMaai M Alka-Seltzer Miiis lAaoaarosiis. INC. soys ELSIE Iht BORDEN cow li' m.i uirpri*mj( how much energy youngilen can gain from drinking Kl l.\ „.,. Ja ; Ever, glauful bnmi at* wauletonic %  caiaUaMM o ncccaury for growing thildio. Yoo " otpnil on K,L1M 1.1 build >,>ur voungucr ilurdy and "'•V Ml ,.i ,,. | .i,„l Mi.lii,. B IM ll ••! too. became 'i milk rr.iJutcd under Mriu unjiar) lonlrol lo mure uni*" •WUtf. Jii,i jn unnl your younguex miei creamy-rich *UM nul^ I,, ll ;,,.., ,, 3ri J ,hrive oo il! "*T IN PREFCRENCI THI WORLD OVER KUM MILK ttie fumilf A proicction againii ill-health, a iitcngihcning lood for cblldfaa . there's gooJocss in 'Kepler' Tor all the k .iiid D and gives extra cncrg>. extra nourishnKiil. Its v*vct. malty flavour is so palatable \oo. kiruir *s COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT A BUaflOUGHS WELLCOME SEE HOW EAST Vou loam quickly by bocauM rou Uoy l*tmuis>. You lu to *vm lti t /tu„ge raultloMlr ipulun itto rtoanto by npnu. A. you llitpn. you follow in tho illu.if.lrt kay.book Uto words your t*Bchor m i,.u.. fcon you borotna *o Round-perfect ami word-porf* that you aro able to bofln mp—MUM, raadins and writing flu* WUTK roa THE ss-rAoa rasE BOOK Pool the coupon below for f-L __ which eipuina fully tho Unua-phone method ol language learning and how you can an tha Course and tulUo* dlroc from our Mail of expert* In 1-w.den. Couiara In SJpardeh, French. luiun. %  nglth '(-i focelgn •ludenui. Oerman ICuuian. Modem Kobrow. Dutch. Pollih. fiwedl.li. Norwegian Hlndu*Um. Csach. Piruaah. Irtali. Eesairanio. Afrikaana, CtUnea.. PeraUn. Arabic iSeTVPtlan.. LINGUAPHONE FOR UM.I \i.h Naaae iBLOCti CAPfTAU) CO. PRODUCT Sale Ajeeat fe SerMeM COLLINS' LIO. IM Iroe* k, Plee*e tend mo 'peat freel K W-paafe book about the ,iaaphone ktethed of l a n gusas iudy I ho*> a vaenophone 1 n*vi no granopbone. (Pteeate %  Wlko out one ol Ihow). I an lntereaaed la the -*nguaa." for gonenl p ui yi at. I ( ana eteo ipeilally intareatad bn I Strike out whatever doae not I apply i Fondgn Travel, Blllgoaat. Utorotwe, Science. C o n oular CUlBrea Select These Early Your Cott of Living Bonus for Monday Tuesday 6 Wednesday Usually NOW Crown Malt Extract... ..38 24 AYLMERS Pork & mm JO 24 MonUul.osB.antMangeJ.6 15 4 Favour* lo each iki. Nignapore Pineapples. 46 35 Cnbea and shrn. I eknri "Nulricia" Dried Full Cream Milk from Holland 1 lb tin 92 2Mlb. tin .. 2.08 '• lb. I in .. 4.01 5-lh lins Ice Cream Mix Tins Jacobs Cream Crackers .. L3t Tins Jacobs Selected Biscuits .. 2.00 Tins Jacobs Popular Asst. Biscuits 2.03 Raisins—per lb i6 Sultanas—per lb 35 Currants—per lb. .. .„ .. .30 Tins French Mushrooms .. .3" Fins—per lb 2* Tins IVilcih Meat Roll n ., Sausages Swifts Vienna Sausages .. .57 Larije lins Salmon 47 Tins Fruil Salad 75 Tins Peaches 57 Tins Apricots 50 Tins Pear* 51 Pkls. Icing Sugar 32 Raisins—per lb 16 Mincemeat—per bottle 6 Meal Deportment Prime Australian Beef Milk Fed Turkey 14—16 lb. Home Made Pork Sausages Tinned, Boneless Cooked Danish Hums 6—11! lbs. Australian Leg Hams 13—18 lbs. e Always a good selection of Spirits, Wines & Liqueurs in Stock MIHIS LIOIKIII HIM CDLOiVMDE STORES



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%  gMMT, .lAML'ARY 15. 19*1 LOCAL NEWS Best Flour In The World THE hard "heal flour Canada ,, -rodurliuj today is the best .n L world and they to keep the West Indie. •*£„, ."> ; Mr S,ra uis 55-trr of nn and manula-*SStt Hor and stock teed told ST-Advocat.'' ,. %  •"'"">• r Strauss came in yesteraay _Li* bv atr via Havana. SSL and Trinidad on a .hort 2TS business combine with IKLre He was accompanie.1 gHu, wile and they are staying at the Hastings Hotel. £* that In spite of all the ^atailllM In connection with jKind supply, they had kept %  "T„r .lelivenes to the West iiMf UKl hoped that they would IIHlile to do so in the future. *The outlook for 1950 as far as —lamaconditions were cooled could be considered as ZTcanada today is a country Sell had developed a lot of new t^aanes and industnos and had |J2e an excellent name for their ''SSrlwpulation was normally urntsng and they believed that So, work. Initiative and good -anagement. they could maintain prosperity for years to come. Like most other countries bed thf United States. Canada waTilsoaHected with the shortage a US. dollars and personally, he Jaoetary complications would be ntUeved that sooner or later, those overcome. 276 Workmen Repair Roads The Department of Highways god Transport carry a staff oi fit worlonen to maintain th roads under their control throughout the Island. The workmen's chief duties comprise of patching put-holes and clearing drains and watercourses in the country districts. The Openings in roads are Bide daily by utility companies picfa as the Gas. and Electric Companies and the Water Works Department. The repairs of these openings will be done by the workmen. Maintenance of the road means keeping the surface true to.shape, was admitted to the General tor h7>~Canadi'a,,"b or T wit'e ",',' Tils Is done by an application Hospital in an unconscious state aecomDanied him n iki %  i, colas and a suitable gravel, after he was involved in an ac^her n !" vis "' The degree of maintenance cident on Bay Street in the Itquired on any partirular road vicinity of the Gas Co.. with the Thcv are guests at the ""••-— fcpends on the amount of trafflc motor car M—1094 yesterday Hotel and when the advocate Kst makes us. of the road Those morning about 7.50. reporter and camera man visit" r*L^ •JK^WK! PrMCO 1 w s rM "< h b icyc '" "harmZ":,, m t maintenance than the P-831. He was detained for S!STS2!??f?:-^ 0 y ,l ." h 9." slNDAV ADVOCATi: PAGE Senior Scouts Blaze Trail The lad, : 'irbMi i Hgarettcs in boxes. Giant Tree May Be 70 TrooThLJ'.Ii S"""") Senior as they are seen "on vhe market" IN the ground, of the British dunn. the !" '"."" P ,ra From ,h re "*>" vis " 1 the CooCouncll at "Wakefleld," there is a off ',.,,0 ?"' wwk To nW> "*'• Factory, but unfortunately. tree that may well be seventy deeiked It.^n^e".*w k "",2 ""* Th-v"'"" I !" years old and which mav well live in. activities n J ^TS *" %  P"V !" ^ "-*' %  f the 10th B'dos (First from Canada t Sea Scoutal The tree is a Baobab Tree, otherNeedban unfortuna.ety. was not in operation ever shown arouni -.crseer who explainer. n, how die concrete blocks are made ut the The Rovers enloyed this .-ami wto, k, ut am • "ovets enjoyed this cam, J* %  ** ,• "• 1 o ^"\J" n ch T'T 1 d ex ,rrs T the age It srumtii, I I MI.4Y ltT „ loneJr "** '" "'' also for the girth uf its trunk the s'wedui. -r-i-i 'on ... This particular tree at the British Ship ''SunrZn"^h„* ha. been Th 1 Keh '" rs l OouneU bear, among word., some 'n Carlisle Bay for the Slst iSI! .K 55 ^ rehMrs ' <•' of which arc indecipherable, the * %  They rowed ouTl,, it. K^ %"*><"• be carried out a' word. Mardi Huts-and the llgure "Sunbeamfrom th^ !" Harbour eirfuth i y ^ *i? ed b "" %  1880". Whether that mean, that P"ce Jetty ,„ h lr ow^"-^ d ^ t l W ,1 en Ul f";2 n !" ur > it wa. planted in 1880 seem, to be * "Arlkr and were .ho !" HeadouTrSl SLV, 4J 2 M J CW> .. go*, a guess as an, 9&t&g£ 2 M "? S ^SSTsS^ISSi. Tr' Tile Uaobab Tree is .1 nalive ,.t about Cole's cave Thereuno1 ?h £ Thursday evening Dili Africa, and is also well established scouts offered to take Hnw.it .w ""' lnclemcn t • in Ceylon wnere it was introduced see the cave and so an exnedlim„ 5. w !i scan,y ,urnou t by Arab Traders. The trunk was arranged for next STTA £? S ? UU ,V'"""" P' !" ke sometimes atuins a girth of 70 leaving the ship me scouts Dal„ I? & ""' proc,l £J *"* <• ther feet, and there are specimens sup"short visit to Pelican Island and iSth 1.„. !" '. " T1,urtdav "*' poaed to be more than 11 thousand then returned to their moorings Thfl n ,. years old. It bears a pulpv fruit " the HP. Jetiy. This visit to .w "'" f 1 0 "^ Practice fo from which a drink is'iniTie. .,,,1 I'-l...,,, "as on instrJetlon, given tall*. 0 ."'" 8 *^' M 'S " """" the dried IMTO are sometimes bv ap Reference to scout S Serif?" B 1H "' ,,< ''""" r "''I. frev Rudder who ~ !" i^l_ Heckles Road. '.v,..v.-.v,-,-,v/.v/.w,r.-.ww//,v.v,v. the eaten. According (tomorrow) at 5.00 narti Monday next 1 curs Ago a,,r„o, n e1 2S5. SSS.""" '" he "^^^' Count Found Barbados Gift Coins In U.K. fS2rt!"l Vc !" nt USA a d his wifp and ho. are vcr^ interestetl in Ihe raising uf Welsh Corgi dogs. Cyclist Injured Barbede* Advocate. Jan. 15. 12; Tn. Ueneral lleaplul The regular monthly meeting o the House committee of lb. General Hospital was held at noo. yesterday. There were presen the Laird Bishop (Chairman), lion he Encyclopedia JJ" } !" < s for one of me Publl, Brittanica, the trunks 01 the*, gj !" '".v Badges. trees sometimes reach a g.tlh of w ">"t8DAV UTH. 70 feet, and it is one of the largest Vls lted Cole's cave and had a specimens of trees known. It I !" 1 |"terestlng odventure explorbears a large woody fruit, and the "£ %  ,. %  distance of nearly a bark yields a strong fibre which "J'nh. ,n n v ,ub "rranean can be made into rope or woven TOiToiEi^ .' Into cloth. !" VR S A ,„ 1TH. .M ,.„,. The name of the genus km Z' 'iS.?S5' •*•' Y M c A "S* = -' dp r Br^ SI Joh "' s *^RS5v P^S. C C Queen's P.ri, ,i. H„..<. J :>C L M '.^ 3 ~ OT Aerodrom. Thome, M.C.P., and E. B. Skeete tiSSfoi*? b "". %  • the Meteorological InscruM-C.P. uaobab Tree. •,/ menu. The Airport Manager— Dr. R. Htuy. Senior Resident Mr. Bancroft kindly gave perSurgeon was in attendance, mission to see the instruments and The minutes of the previou: to have a general ur of the meeting having been circulated %  V.T; T '" 'harge of they were taken as rea, the Meteorological Station—Mr. Armed. SJ?", !" ..!. ""a JOb showin lh ,tu 'ir Headquarters when two lbs., of dolphin were brought in. scouls pf th Junior Troop were Over 140 lbs., of shark were advanced and received into the> treated at The %  ; Montserrat Government. |'||;MI\M Mr. Grantley Adaint.. BA„ Btfrister-at-I-aw. arrived IK ; i day from Trinidail liy tba SS also on sale m tht in;nkc! on Junior Troop. They are: Patrol !' Cr> !" Mfi *i''l, n ? vinK U (t that day. Tuesday saw nearly LeadersNoel W. Smith and Noel 300 lbs., of dolphin and small Clarke. by the C.G.T. line. He wu H.u bados Scholar, in 1B18. and l.-ft cjuanlity of shark on Mba IH t arlisl. HUT Of POUT-Vawl Pimck. Am Kclrn %  iklir. fch Molly N Joan, Sell %  knuiu, Yachl Mu>, Yawl Stite< lit., Sch. Mor>M. I*i. Sli Hi Sroil. Sch. Frsiict* W. Sn.ilh. L Hit Bell* WoLi. s.( OSMon. Sch Rriuwald N .W..1U.. I Mw.i H ... ii.. Baitiitrtlw Jiuiiii**". YIKI . IsOWf*, M V 9rii Erukavixir W B I 4 Rio Afi.r.i KL. ARRIVAI.H ,SS N. O. HoitniM, 4.3W ton* Ml Capl. Kvalualand, front Corpii" Chri>lt AjMttti PI intastOM Mci. S S Coplnuy. UO tons nH. Capt Walt*, from Cape d* Vmlf. nci-AKri Mr* PrSMCSI W. Sknilti. 74 ton* iw-1 na. A|tiit< Vlii".!' '(wlirr" Avwxialton Schooner Philip H. Davldtoii, 87 ton. %  „:. <'..pt. S..I'.. tor llr.t, AMitUi Schooner Owner. Aaaockatlon IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION CaUt ind WlrMcw Writ Indlr*. l.id N-ti, Valary. ss jliM w H, JJ. MM that they can no* roti %% the foilowini -hiir. ilift>ii*h Ihelr M i^iiW WS. S.S Nomt-*a. S S Honatic. %  tat'K ,'oaH Sia am.. | S.S CorrlentM. S S UJCorrnac Hi*> IS. Hecuba, S.S. Ptiiu. S.S. Alabama. S.S. Alco Canyon. S.S Marcalor, SS rloamer. S.S Bvltarly. S.8. I^d> Koanev, S S. Helen*. S.S. Caronla. S.S Hulina. IX, Vlnitl. SS AnUrctic Ocean, S 8 Haluoa. S.S. IIHIOT*, S.S. IAIXOT. S 3 La Have. S.S. Pacific Shipper. S S Ortoltna. S.S Cairabulle, S.S Adelaide. S S. Sajnjel S. Loveiand. MS. Helena. loud in their praise for the oUimta of ihe island and its people whom tlu>y had found to be verv courteous to visitors indeed. Count Orlowski was born in Pans. Ho said that he had tried to get a number of Barbadian coins during his first visit hero but those which were offered were In such a bad state that he did not purchase any. The coins which he had donated to the Barbados Museum were collected in England te n years ago nd he had brought them back because he thought they would be of more interest tu Barbadians thM u> anyone BatW. Count Orlowski ;,nect to leave on January 18, by the H.M.S. I-ady Rodne> they are going in exhibit Dog Show in Madison Garden next month. The Countess, a Canadian. from Montie;il <;aiil that she liked Bar-ados and the service at the hotel was excellent. She UwtlgM that the island was a marvdloir; unspoilt place that still hi natural charm. Traffic Cop Gets A Box I prollciency badge.;— :iv gnd Timi Ptfrol Issllaal St llii.nes quiel day. lint on Friday over Orator Badge. Scout GeofTrev 550 Das., uf flying tUh and ne.-irly Rudder—Despatch llider Badge' 200 lbs. oi dolphin came to the The following Senior Seoul. Public Market. have also passed the Junior First These iiuanlilles of fish were Aid Badge: Geoffrey Rudder Pat Bold In the market bul many Haynes. Noel W. Smith, and Bermore lbs. wer c sold along the nard Perkins. This quallfle. them wharf and street. for the Part I vest of the Ambulance Badge. II i. activities of this nature which keeps Scouting alive and interesting and it is hoped that almilar reports will be coming in during th. year from other Troops. Well done Sea Scouts— The Policeman on traffic point keep up ihe good work. duty in Trafalgar Square has More Badges again l i with cover. p. L. Harcourt Lewi, of 60th The open box which was there Barbados (Belhel) has passed his weeks ago was taken uw.i, I),.,,,:..•,,, n„|,, r Badge. Harcoujl nd the I The is :,t pr,,cnl in hospital wllh an box was brought back at 111.00 injured fool %  in yo.-tci-d.-iy Scout Nigel Quarless, also ut Ihe new TOOl which has lieen 601h Baibados, has Passed ihe built on will provide more shade Bookman Badge, from Ihe sun. The box la also The Bonn of 34lh Barbados more attractive and la painted ,s.\ Philip) Clew who were In in green. c amp al Warrens wood, from 2h II was built by Lpl. Joe December broke camp on SaturIhe lonstuhulary's carpenday. 7th Januai. atln •„ weeks ler. who is well known in cricket of line Scouting. The following Senior Scouts reh,re or E"glnd in 1919. lie wa. called to Ihe Bar in IV :: %  FRESH VEGETABLE SEEDS — By LANDRETH "• PLY ENGLISH SEWING TWINE OBTAIN OUR QUOTATION BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE HARRISON"S HARDWARE OCPT Dial 2364. W/,W/////A f %!K rJretes, s s DMoraa. Jaarjve I) Ait Anna L. Condyllt. S S AnWrau.., s.S. snafldan. S t t Traveler. S.S. SUilla, SS. ChMaa. SS. Momu. Saa, S.J *BK1HI.._B, HW.I.AI. •am n.LMi'M> Herbert. John %  a. !,.„ |„r.-^ HtKlerifk •*.f1. Marfcrrt U %  MiUUn. joaaph TOiiUiMt. Alma %  .-* %  •. Vlira While. ANTIGUA CK.rlea Adun.s jatah Ark.1 .-.! %  aw"!r.^ tTUtls B ".W.I.A.L. • TRU-mAD-MlM Eather ZakrarrLSMfcer Orutbenr. Mm. Saodei %  "• Jamea QriiJM-rK. Mi.. i I„I MiCe .i i Sado\ ilk Mi. Maijorle Neil. Mw" H.n' Wa>libuni. MUa Joan liiyllli. Waahbum, throws Mi*. Anita Lee Waafabum,. Mr Hi-. rVOVOpa. Mla Rhoda Muireil Mi CMll JflM*. Mr Kt-iuieth Seale. Ml.. Manoti Walauii, Mi I %  -' %  Ha. Ml Dudley Farmer. Mr. laabelle Farmei Mlaa Alias rarmtr. Mlaa Brenda Farmei Mr. ArUii.r Sampaon. Mra. Vlralnln you re dealing wittl hlim.tll bdnRS %  you must be humane always. But nol sentimental. I don't RULES FOR POLICEWOMEN "YOU must be well-balanced and have commonsen&e. You Cttl :ifford tn get agitated <>r excited, you know—it might run you into serious trouble. Also, you've got to take things as thoy COOM MM k. strict truthno m.illei how pain^^'^^r^tXX 1 <" l .^".^r'!">" For ^T. KITTS-Miae Violtt Campbell 5 b > * ~V... % %  Hi' M mikta (,| • %  • 0*1. What's on Today Chiirrh Ser\'-ea al B, I and 11 aJ* CrlckM Trial Garna at Ke.i.H.ai"n 1 m p m Surxlay School al 3, 3.30 and I'm. Cliiarrh Service* al 1 p.m. portant thing 1 1 learned w io be censorious—and never to say: You ought to be ashamed of yourself." During their slay in camp itiey i.irried out several activities including a Hike to St. Thomas' Almshouse on Monday. 2nd January. The Rovers under their leader, Mr. W. L. Athericy. asftis.ted by Mr. T. T. A. Smith, A.S.M., of 26th B'dos (W-lches) Group, rendered a progrtri" • of Christmas Carols and Hyi the benefit of the inmate ,. %  msiitunon, after whi i t,. Churchwarden and other member* M UM SI. ThoOatl Vestry expressed tir'ir usanki and ippiwtaUan uf ilie programme. They attandtd iwo Church parades al Shajoa, ind OH Tuesday night. 3rd January, thty held I Camplire on .Inekson's pasture Which w;i. well attended bv iScouiers. SCOUU and friends m the vicinity. On Thursday f.th. they visited ihe Tobacco nctory ihey were shown the various si-ages through wlm manufacture of cigarettes pirn; from tobacco in boxes, as It comes *'/? by Recovered Th,lii-foot fishing boat "Ruby" which broke away from its moorings ut Holetown bei 10. ft.ni. on Wednesday nirr. CABBAGE NION. PARSNIP, THYME, SWEET MARJORAM, HROCOLLI, MUSTARD, CELERY. LEJCK. HWBJ CHARD. PI'MPKIN. CHINESE CADHAUE. CITRON. "I'KMI HRt'^SEl-S SPRUl'IN BRUCE WEATIIEKUEAD I LID. HXAD OP DKOAD STRJUCT X WE ALL CANT BLOW SMOKE RINGS BUT WE aft? CAN BUY "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE." self. Tiir L ...". ii m-unrsday DMcctlvr Ihfiiecu.r I lliim <„. ,K F ,*, P rovl %  *" on <' •• %  ">• "" Thursday was rcWvlV. Hr.i.„' ^? %  '!" lh0 Constable on trallc point cmnd nboul 10 o'clock the Women Programme" yesterday morning. Above is the $500 00 Programme" the qualities a woman needs become a ood policewoman. lirst constable %  and insured is the propto use the boa my .,( st. chili Oaten oS st TRY IT T(HH\ CAL-C-TOSE A DeliclMU Chocolale Beveraxe. ConU'nlnc Six (6) VITAMINS : (1) A (2) Br (3) 'B2' (4) 'C (5) n and H.l Mm ili.ilincl:' Enjoyable HOT or COLD I Fuellenl for Children & Adults t VI.-C-TOSE makes Milk more Appealing. 8&r K.VH.HTS IMII I. SlUHrS "•ir PHOFN.X PHARMACY BTWV aad our CITY PHARMACY Bran. KV>V>*eV^V>V**^^.V^V>V ,V'e-. AFTER STOCK TAKING WE HAVE MADE SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON DRESSES. BLOUSES. SLACKS and SKIRTS Etc., Etc. IU'O.OU v. muss MI or HOME MADE SWEETS at our Home Products Department 1 i'kat M.ii SHADDOCK MIS. <>\ i pops Ea t h I'l-AIN MIMTHID. MIXHi MINT STICKS %  %  IROPH ll> <|r rorrEi lann* bt 4Vi. >mali hoi, Mc. NMl INTERS 'ar|r bo*. ttr. MB) Pa\PPaVtft-amall bOJ 3ir SALTED NUTS—Una bol tar. -amakll bol. He. HOMY bw. 40,CAVE SIIEPIIEKI) & Co.. UA. •0. II. 12 i. 13 BROAD SIREEr. AUCK RUM HORSE RADISH TOMATO KETCHUP CHEHHIE* MAYOtmAIRT SANDWICH SPREAD OLUCOSE GOLDEN ARROW RUM PERKINS & CO., LTD. ROEBUCK STREET •.•.•--.-_-.-,-.-..,.,-,.,...,.,...,...,. '/,'AV//AV,WA-'/AW 3 LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. Continue Curinf the Comlnf Year to live us your Orders lor all manner OI Foundry work; all kinds o( Factory Supplies, or for any Item o( Hardware you may rwjuire. And now may we extend Io you th. Season', Greetings with all our customary sincerity: — 5% Prosperous SWew tyear THE HAHUAOOS /, ,//#.! Ltd. White Para Koad st saUtsWI



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s| AHVV .1 V.NTARV 15. 19S0 Chinese Seize U.S. Consulate In Peking SUNDAY AIlVlli 0 from pw IhaniMi !*• %  %  "JP communists app.n-.nlyreporters thai hi, >„,.,, 25d American jlm S"" •",,' lr>dav. Assistant Sec-' *!,'„, suite.' Walton Si. sa.0 ">"' ,ncre WM "" JET would be permitted IlT. China. Communications ?„ .„ American tv.nsu.ate sun •"feSna, he sain, had n,.t be.:, leraotea so Or The compound "L over by the Communist jErtlies Amer,2iortl PekingMr. CrWorth -old that son* Srode' lad been rem ^ adjoining compoun £„ had been destr. (jpublican Senator. William •SKnduld...'j m-dav Ihe that policy submit their restgnalions to the Presldenr. so that th nation may have a new team in whom the Congress and told .lemm aimed at Mr Walton Butter.. sistar.t Secret.ry o: Sute tor F„ Eastern Affairs, who announced the Peking development!. If ••-.policies of the Far Easten: ion are approved by Sreretarv ol!!"... "." .. Ac hMon ,n show flu lum too Senator Knowlart said. The Senator said that ih. Chinese Communists had greeted 1 with new unfriendly lets ^'"•'Truman's announcemc-the United states would IMl further Military Aid to the J NatlcfcalUrl ,; ... Jrmoia. Democrats, as well PAGE THIRTEEN ROWLANDS MACASSAR Oil. • BALDNESS NOT ALWAYS HOPELESS Bakincti, wLuvb H mucb more enwoa BfTiinff men than womcfi, it retarded by both with DO link %  Trrchenuaa. Who, the hair root, art dead thg^'aDWhingyoucandoahoutit; %  but Tery often the reoti are not yet Jd—merely wcaaJy or unnealthy ftwn neglect or malnarrioon and vto be restored to hearth and %  "Stiff by carefal aneeOoB oo c*etunea acme linn. IB ihia cotucctioi. Ratrland'i Macatar Oil hai been found to be INSURED MOVING! m urraluaMe Tte bstwtbat qualities of M II B—I Oil form %  reedy uasoraee far the nanual oil. and perform la turn roiu where the natural a] tmpared. The iriauuuu for near-baldQOM it fmllv erpauoed ia tar leaflet inucd otlh each bottle of Rotrbod'i Macassar Oil 8u.ihe.ir wiser coarse N to aM Rowhada Before hair rroobks oetm. A eery brae rubbed area Ihe icalp each day will keep your ban beauafuUv froomrd tad free from hair disorder) The man faiMooaHa Heir OraaUng and Toa/c for oeor It as Hepubilcans." d'iap'layc,"":. "oVJ I ^"""""-"-"•"l IIIUXJUU* .... nopumicans, rtisplayccl angry o reaction to the Comrr.iiiiisi at Peking Senator llric:. Mahon (Democrat of Connecticut. I '•aid: If this is a move towards towards forcing re-ognillon ihev 11 %  making a grave mistake." Senator Owen Brewster (Republican) said the Communists have ij^S* Stales admlnls>lrnti..n aikills responsible for Amer.c:i.l J3fcyt, wards China. Senior Knowland's demand — la M ii.lcrvicw as angry law ._. %  *"* ,'"'."% ml ,'„ %  •'l.mmcd Ihe open door on China Es classify Chinese Cornmun-1 ln our laccs „ nnd d ^ Si, -outlaws and shun any )„., foeusses again the necessil KtaaaUc dealings with thc.n „f understanding what Moscow's K^ultof Communist seizure i control means to the oni American Consular property % %  world." Representative. John \ W* „ ,„„,.. n.. Den ; rat. West Virginia) Chi Senator Knowl.nd said tli.'i man of the House Foreign Affairsl Sale Departmei.l nnnounccme.il, Committee, said. 'The onlv thing! avday thai -IrawinKl to do is simply break off"oll re-1 ,ajnjl United SUtes 'taffs frn,;, latlons with Ihe Communists and I s || SALE -> iti.JSf un d r si n d will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17. S . street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27lh day of January, 1930, val z p.m. ^ H. 7" Dw '" in "" called "CAKUMEM" and Ihe land v thereto conUining 10,770 square feel, situate on the Sea Coast S "I SI Lawrence Gap. Christ Church. O Inspeelion on applic.tlon lo Miss Kathleen lluntc, "BratJ Ion, Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— COTTLE. CATFORD & CO., 11.1.50—15n DONT WORKT tan* us TAKX CAM; or Alt. YOUR woemuos Poreofml Sap'. Ptione UO> RAaBADOt ItBNII.ar Kl lldlf. NOTICE :• S JuS .-ribers lo The Bar§ v bados Advocate Newspaper I Belleville and sunound\ o mg districts, are asked i 0 i V p.iv thalr ih.fc \ fro -; : ,: S Col J till :J %  •'•v,v ^ ~v..., L, luln Ave„ BelleJ viUe. For any further mJ formation. Dial 2287. It 1.50—Jn. S ,-... EflBautuft China "underscor... 0K result of OUr bankrupt China pabcy The Senator has been a fBdiienl and outspoken critic of til policy. He said, "It is now k* thai *• men responsible for >•,'.','•'''-•,''''''-'''-'--•'-'''-'•'•''',• a pHisio Tiir.BAey T .pplled lo a X ,-iire lleeav. A gel our people out." Smw Lint-s ENAMEL WARE BASINS MUGS BOWLS l-LATES Also CIP HOOKS aOuTIt HINt.s WAI.KINti STICKS In Time for the New Year! Mn MARIES: PLATIGNIM PKNS: PENCIL SETS: CRAWroBVa ASSORTED SWEET BISCUITS: GENTS TRAY PURSES and WALLETS. LADIES' PURSES COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY DaiPaoaea: 2M1 — 4*41 — NIGHT 81 -41 H It O II A T §IDS THE NEW GENERAL PURPOSE HOUSEHOLD WASHER. Has—revolutionised washinK Il is the sciemitic way lo drive din right out of clothes and fabrics. Riving them new lonq-lastinR cleanness and freshness. For BROBAT SUDS—even when used in hard water—leaves no scurf or scum clinging lo delicate fibres. It hustle* out deeo-seated grime and restores colours and beauty. BROBAT SUDS is certainly the wizard washer-up Jo A ths fiatisA Jjyps o# m. Music for Ihe new Season will be Issued after Ihe Meeting. Thv /.../> tar Ihv Jnb !! WE HAVE A SELECTION OF CARPENTERS' TOOLS est protection for modern transport EEEEtilJT" WHS IID WtlTHlllfOW. IOIDOS. [It Soie agent, for aarbaan: IHt OOWDING ESIIIES i 1RIDIKC CO. IID.. SftlDGETOM. B.RB1D0S. B.V.I. leleahone: 3171 raaubluhea 180.. I. IIHIIIUM Lid. 10 & 11 Roebuck Slreel Incorporated 1021 \ l \ \ What Have You To Offer FOR SALE or RENT? -; Irrftiffe. Hulltlinn *i<** &f #• #/flV'V. S Phone or Wfile iheI HAKBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY VISIT the beauty jpot of the island i IM.I; w inn noi i:i IIAIIISIIIIIA This newly erected modem hotel is .luale,l In Ih* most pi< i i ,f the island. TELEPHONE SJ276 FOB KKSEItVATlnvR-'.ms with or without private bath etc. We >.x in Klsh and Lobster Luiiclicjiis. — Well Stocked rj.r. Hastings Hotel Tel. 2336. CEILINGS FOR THOSE we run supply Unitex, Tretex or Itru m un il Wallbourih. Obtuinulilr in the folluuint: '•nr-s. I \ R ft.. Ill v 12 ft!-ih (lllrkni-ss ;il II (cuts |KT MJ. I[, THIS IS (.OOD VAUIK FOR YOI'H MGftfeV. s CONCMTE PRODUCTS CO. LODGE HILL Dial 2798 Dta 27M MAKERS OF HIIIUIM. HUM hs 28c. uili Jamb nr < nrurr 17r. ,. Halves 3f. <-JIII (All Prices tx i.iiiiM. -20 Tons without .uplurr. lltlMIH. MMIIIIM I, WITH \s thr Ordrr n( iluDay I HOW TO III El II WITH THEM I. U.MK EACH BLOCK IN HATER FOR A FEW M|NI'TEH (UlU la DO NOT FILL HOLLOW PARTS USE ..'' MORTAR ON TOP SURFACE AND SIHES A DEFINITE ECONOMY 4. STRENGTH OF MORTAR SHOULD BE — I part Cemrnl: 3 parts Lime; 4 parts Sand — Ml. Lime and Sand Hrst then (emenl. \LWATS IKE PLI'MB AND LEVEL. WT FBIIBW Iheae Imtrurllons and >aa will have I ceod Jab I I ONOHK IN I. IBOUR will Surpn.M I si ill K BLOCE8 and vou will like them, ihev are Simple, vet Perfeet. Ple.se tell your Krteadv We have had dozens .... THAT IS Till: liOKOTHY OBrW MAN %  i k .,1 Dorolh) i lr) Pi i Drop In Rnd I.-I ..' explain thi id help bietiii a COLLINS LIMITED. 2S. liroud Slreel. .•.-.-.•--.•.•.•.•, %  .-.•.•.•.-.-.•.-.•.-.-.-.-..• %  .-.-.-.•.-.-.-.•.•.-.-.-. %  •'. ~Hi ,11 I \l. ( \sll HUM S AIR TRAVKI. SI IT t ASKS MM lii.OTTKRS CCICKTAII. SIIAKKRS wilh Inset Strainer. PLATE GLASS and MIRRORS All Ihe nbuve JtiM Received by . .ItiliiiMiii's Stationery \ Hanlwure. WILLIAM F06ARH LTD. INC. IN B.C. CONTINUES TO UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS 01 FINE TAILORING To-day. as ever before FOGARTY'S is in the lead with up-to-the-minute Styling for Men's Suits. High quality Workmanship and attentinn lo details can perfection. ORDKU Mil K NKXT SLIT NOW We have the Finest rJeletllon of Suitings in Stock. W^ mm MHNLL I'.lllKH I.AD1.K.S SLICES SCOOPS SIMM! WHIPS 'I lra I : TINS '. .>. SOU ARE TINS TINS CAN OPENERS IMS PASTRY TRAYS ICING SYR I VlgPI Is sou AND tlET v..I > l;l..l nil Mi Ms %  THE BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., LTD. THE HOUSE KM BARGAINS Nos. 33 & a Swan Street -: Phone:::: U0* or 210* :



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^T. JANIABY IS, IK* HENRV SUNDAY ADVOCATE BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE "? IT WAS O^TAN" •JsfYONI WANTS BY WALT DISNEY PAGE ELEVEN BLONDIE k BY CHIC YOUNG tVcGi* %  f AppoLvnmffT GO* i> miljjjts T IIJL kLIC CXOBU1 Tl ft i tiM f Ur4 Ca. UA Gordons StoftdsSuptetna SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE Ifir Conquest T;;E VEKGEANCE CF THE SCORPION ,.A**0 AX OMBATJOH OOTH££/t ;.t •**Ti6 8OT-OML666. A 1 ^* hiGW" YVfi LOST TOMfcTV CVGAN 0\ £ff SOAffO w£ GOT I, A POST-dSD COOM hONPON V r-CEJ rtSEKS LATEC A£* COO D3V CLOTUfiS HE LONE RANGER m .cixiBY FRANK STRIKER HOLD NOUB FWE') (COME ON, BIFF.' WEU. GET OUT Cfiin VOIP MIGHT HIT/-' ? - 7 E — )UO • Si HI Hi XT YOl'R A %  %  mm %  %  mm • m SfrH 1 WCM m REFRIGERATORS HOME APPLIANCES (ITERATORS — ELECTRIC MOTORS ENGINES — LIGHTING PLANTS PLOUGHS TRACTORS MARINE ENGINES DIESEL lA'CINES AIR COMPRESSORS REFRIGERATOR PAINTING HOUSE WIRING SWITCH-GEAR REPAIRS ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST MICHAEL DIAL 4629. 4371 Healthy People keep their and healthy with PNGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS W *XT Tug [ WFLLL '>TOf LlGTfipj I AM MXJR GONSC lESXLE TM*JK ; c*>rr MAKE ->OL DAUGMTEC UNMAPP/ BV STOPRM -> >u? — — ACCOLKT-, CREDIT LW'T 1 1-4 AWDCWTGO TO DWTV9. 0 MOMaAU. RIGHTALL ClGHT-I V-15MICOULD GIT AWY PCGMMLXJJ white teeth, use the PHROXJDB pa*te—use Maclean* eray eta/. 2 1 %  .v/iv^>-,v/,w/,v.v.v,v,-,v,-,v.>v^wv,v,( BY ALEX RAYMOND iff / AM' U90K/ A PK3MT; AM' i >* THESE'S I VALE3IE I'M 4 BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES ? •AJVP FROM BOAT TO PlANE-% THINKING All THEWHtLE | THAT HE iSQiOHtlHCE I tM / 7//W */* CHANCE • THE PHANTOM Si/^i OUT OF NtWCl TY&OtiS eiOTHEt jr M/e KEWtAPt HIMtf&IM rm I r in MI —r^ J BONI KHOWWHBU I'M. 6Olll6,BllTAL0NOA < [TKJ3 PlANtTAKlSMC TO < i: They're all fixed! lixcd prices! And identical parrs! That's what •m gel when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine lord spare parts are sold at low, fixed pricesand every one of them is made from high qualitv materials, to hnc limits of precis, !" engineering, and checked and counterchecked for accuracy. We. as •Mil lord experts, know that only a genuine 1 \>rd %  pare will do a satisfactory job in a Ford I hn a why we alwavs l,t them—an c nanntnl OBI Charles McEnearnev & Co., LKI. LINES WE WANT YOU TO SEEM %  LADIES! SPUN SILK A VERY HIGH CLASS QUALITY {s %  It's worth a lot more (or \ ;J Quality. The shades are ;. superb. 3 wide — UM per yd. }. GENTS! PIN-STRIPED m NAVY" o DARK MOWN 56 in.. $8.47 at THAW'S Lr \ I'r Win ItaHy <*l Sw*n *t ', %  ,:',>*%.% %  ,'.',;<,',;. '•'''<**''''''-*-''*>'*'*'*',•*, S.'^^ ^•tsfeMM -.-••



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PAGE TW I %  SLNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JAXtARY U, ug. ^ CLASSIFIED ADS. ANN C l NCOuflU FOB BALE I roMNT WANTED ixurr rovND i"* %  Mini* 1 *"" 1 charg* %  • PUBLIC SAL** gftTATB pel •*•• "• i llinfmum chars* • • ^ a Par agate He* •• — SS..NC 'IffiroCATE lkl per tneb %  —P.hllc Saleo-CoW = 1R EAL ESTATE LA.ND To (>' i „ ckei>. noj* DIED mi n ( tmHW Friend* %  " ••" A P C P M vi.r. | sVA I — in a THANKS ..,. nn ^. L ** *" PERSONAL test. :e is i > ' p MOMS *•£•< ">£ 1 1 *CABIN M.mm '-^JStJ"""'.^ -T-1 or* fitted tluud^ifl"" %  • .colon aenvy % %  CAMEIiOT, Crtehwa Road, -landing on .„nar^ c ~"•_£=,il fl^r. %  " ream. > b^roomj. r ch wtUt running wl*r. T-"<" ". '^ c HllJiS SliN^HIkl T, .', U fotSlt" 111 H>_ Waaki.ru •! DrbllilT A ""n," 1 *I T..I01 IS 1 SO-*. partition. Bwh pipe Wtis'JM Ran*. Ht B3l LuClll* ano *( ^lOrem Hn> AfK COMII „o2 -ho -ht —u. C-d. 0. *J nn>M throurh 'h <*•>" ," %  "" ,r*iaihta*-v Mn PrtT %  lh*"-i. Alar/r. ar.hi. !" HOUSES KTJT TOT oo-S~ W*h-J"••' 1 haotoom. ruml-h-1 PrJ ] l TUW*Van ,.uns> Mam Rol T AHICIX Tr'-r TH* publkc arc hby wnwd MainM pvln cndii i my wt* JBTWA BABB HM UtWEi M I d* net now myMll r*vorlbl lor nr or anyon* •*•• >"iraclmf nv 4*b< or d*bU In my "-"' iMtom y wiltUn ord T W n*a by mr WAI.TW BABB. [L.. HJ 91 Luty 14 1 M-*n •WAJ.T A NTW BUMOALOW C* fB VIA* I '•" •"PP lnnt >" Tirf. prt.bBr * n*rby WMTW*1 a'i-'-' i*i" rradtt to my (• NOJWA MAX1MB WABjp >rvr CORBIN^ M I do noi hold rrmi' rn^wiBiin* IOI br or uny•nv rlM ronlrwtliM fiy dM or dtrot* M my MM urO* by %  wr!*n ord %  nd by in' DA1-RYMP1X WAM) Water Hail Land. E^lc IUU Rd St MK-4i**l I I BV- ._ Illl AIION \l B wtH oBW tar -ir %  IT Hijn 3(rtt. PW a— of Jaauary Hcu AtM Unity IliKh Srhool rvrroLD -1 %  > i i Rl-orCS 17TH JANUARY fj.mnri Cam MotMUy IWt lf Bnlranc* Fa if 00 Camarrrrlal Subjarta Uugh*.. "Ill atlmtlon flvm to backrd BUBOt. JOSEPH N SIBnniXHI> H>dfnaita. u r %  m Tlmr^iaay ar D**lnf ,alkd "pAJUmUX" W UW -ihrra*.. I %  %  • UB a r^r* '•• •mask* at tta Bark mm-it* Th Baa badoa rouniBrriMowtlon any daj aa^—-brt*#n tha hoMW ml • %  %  *. fff on aBpll!lon to tb Mnant M %  ">£• Tor l\.h*r parHculam and condiilon* of B.V.. ^rijirCATTORD CO. %  1 M-n MODERN HIGH SCHOOL TW Bcliool will now rr-oprn on TuraMr llth Inat Thrro ar* vacancMr lor boyi who may apply a cc o m a JU ad t>y Ir parrntayfuaVdUna on Monday HBB X. A LYVCH. Principal 14 1 V In WTIBJLOW-.. CatUr Waah. "J*^*?' Ji-nuarv, P^*ruary. Mareh May. Juna BtroM Ita-J.. %  *— a !. &f -*> BUSDOBB rrtxumm-N* m *~" IN MEMORIAM rLLENMAV BSLLAB -a '' ' ,M lk J>— saf< -IIF!* aalhrtrd In. %  OCTOW. lar If Ood hawi^m iron •••') '"'' iwn, ihU fntah >• .. FOR WALK HKillwiNDB, Carttla-aaah rr „.nlha o Paftniary and BUren Dt .,..,, l* i . NnwHAVEN*. Crana Coaat full> furnlaMd. Gaxagoa Brrvani U# M.p.rb balhinc ba.ch rrbruary. Bta. !" „„,„... Phone 4418. i I I !__ Mruat* 4 Harilna>. ( HL'WHUX, Mav*waUa CMM. I bed,.,*•-, nghl..d-w* to beaefc. fully IWrtiah- A^.ilabW frara March Irt Apply B-lph A Brard. Bart*'j>fl Al*-. rVRNIBKED FXAT-At Coral Sandi. Wonhinf Unan, and Sllvw. Oood anbalhlnf. for further parturulara Dial %  1M. Alma LdahWy. ' ,k ^' 111 amtaidanil Tltl afp* > %  at mm* Omcr in Jam* Strwt. BTlBjii jrn. M rriday lb* rth day o* January lt. The DwelUn* Houa* caUad "BCVLAM" ind th* land lharaia beAaaiBI ^4IT aquarr fret, Tn Dw*llin Koua* comprlaM Cloard Gallery Drawln* and Dinln* Rooma. i;edroomi. Draaaing Boom, Toilet Bair ,i.O Kitchen with Betinc. Water. Ga/^ (1 . Clyde Maillond %  a Lord, Jama Richard !l -Aire-r Kero.-th Oliver Mae 4 •Bwaholle. Orett TYOwor TrpircH. Hem. Cdlann rranklm. Darlliurban Cerone Allman. Colin Vore Hoyce. Merton Auattr. Jaeluon. Bwlaaton Edward •Batn Neville McDonald Mapp. Vernal Clarrr.ee Mannall. Carl Bar n ford •Innto". Pttnca Albert Sroly, Bondoraon PloaoraM I Boat, Horbett DeLA.le I PaaHllT. Errol Bertram Raid, Dwni. McDorbot Yound iMurralli. Oranlley Annapolli. t Millar. Viacom Orvlll*. I %  Herbert. Alston Dowanne I Holder. Alrin 81. C. a Squiroa. Harold Prank i -larwli, Donli AJovaroUr AI candidate* for Vntry 9choUr.hip.. SPBY §nWJBBT m bocih* i M LTKCH. for H*odm*'-T THE PARRY SCHOOL Teo Parry School roopmi on Mond lanvary 1* al 4S p m %  ULI Balla MOVHalifax Tiu all Bftti Mar. llth Apr Anile* SalU B'doa B'doo lTlb Jan loth Jan 3rd re*4U> Peb 4th Mar Mh Mar Hat Mar. land Mar. nth Apr. lath I M. 1 !X 14lh Jan. iaoi i.>. VTIta rab 27ih Mar l*lh Apr. llth Jan. 14th rrl) 1Mb Mar 1st Apr. am MP, lllh May Ama Hid J M .v. 'h r J5a? Sit a Arrlvaa *is;; % % % %  B j J""h Aaa ^ >MI> Ha, 1 GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-A,^ %  ST. mCBABlS VESTBV SCHOLARSHIP NAME Howard, t I W AVI I I. AUTOMOTIVE ..! K.l.l ralui and l>'w> at lodfamar. Wotlhinf. ,,, |ll0_tlh ,rsrrr c "Ap*r"H.s W~hd. CO B~e. W-thjrM.^ Tin %  i oar. n -'I *'" roaMjmblo ot> G.rar M 3 < Alt !+' H perfect cotidliion Phone 3*0 IAKAWAV Bl Philip coeat. fully furtvuhod. Oarar*. Borvant "•; llalhlruj beach rium Marcb la*. t*D S month .-hon. 9. ,,,,„, f n yon Bf*rT (Ml l*A# >US. Coral Rand Cap. '..Ruv.i Tho-lre on the Sea. fun.i.n-o %  hed, 5 hodrooiri* and all i DM ani I ft 1 104l, Apply to O Layne. Ma*w*U. ( AK Standard Vanuard J nuropoavd J" 1 >•• ) l,,t *"""*, lrw KSana -ft routine overhaul al ,„ Work, on view -t CaMawa Oaraa* MOTXJftCYCLK BIA M %  p.aro. A ", M .. Tir mi* ll> F*ro Motor Tr 1 .(. Contact Courteay Garage WHRSaVUnMr H. l-rei Fully %  botlroon'ed huuar for rent .„ih Vacant a. from lal February. iPBt Apply P O Bo* 10* particular! IJ 1 SO In Tilt; ur.derdgned will offer for Sale at Ihra* (Jfrle* No. IT. High Street. Brtdg. town, on Friday BRh day of January. 1M0 al > p.m Thr Dwelling Houo* cllod ?f*K mt u th* land therrtb. eonUUiung 4,1* Mjuare feet, utuat* at tin Avmu* The dwelling Houaa romprlea* Oaller. Drawing Dining Room*. 1 Bedroom.. one wllh Dreaalig room and •jnatng WttCf hi each, llreakfaat roorr Blhlbrnet-*. Toilet and B*U. Gai Installed. Servant a room ano Carag* In Yard. I.twetlon any day rscopt Bunday*. I clwrcn the hour* of 4 p m and 6 pm M application on tha promt***. *l For further particular* and Condition* I Stile, apply to COITUS CATTOUD <* HI so—an HELP SArE Large Second hand Iron Sal* phone 4*44 ** aa—an THE ROSARY. Uppel Dayrella Road me 4 bedro".ni"; wall en%  %  .u premitri or Dial na 1SI.Win BUMOALOW • llaait Hall. 1'. mile. ,.„in uiwn Two bedroom*, running 1 %  Top FUt ) bedroom, runnin* water in i. MOM prr iiwnln Rm *• 151. M Hn T | re• it L nm Dtoaol %  %  OH SA1X OK BXNT-Farlry HUl. St P*ta Old Plantation nouae nn lartc ballroom. Dining room library, fourteri. bodioom* etc Ideal lor convertii4 Ui i-Miamim Club. For aeiai:Apply to Bradbbaw C^-mpany ( f ^ sHOHTllAND TYPIST—Minimum two year* experience—enodrral* p M d*. g>aOd .pelllng, ftvgllih *nd accurate iranecnpUm •uential Adaptable to other dutlecalllng for intelllgonc* m plaaaant Broad Street office. Our ataff I* ***** ' vacancy. Salary up to FJO weeki> uccordiiv* to experience llandwrite ana if poeelbl* re-type application amd.ng boU. to P O Box 1*4 B*"'< ,own i YOUrta IADY for our OrRco at Thr*. Hovue* F-tory. St Philip For lurthn particular, apply lo the Manager. 14 1 Slrnudo, Z. O Hmbm L. V. Goodridoo. R. %  ?. B. MUllngtoBv I. LR**ch. E 0 Padmor*. RE. InnMs. W. LHall. W. W. R*vd. L. C Clark*. T. C. L. Blbby. FA. Bralhwaitr, H. McD. S*cklea. B. A. GrifHth. M. L Redman. O. M. Archer. K. O. M Bu-nelle. G. T. Fordo, RC. Inniaa. V. C. Waterman. K. M Bat-on. R McD f^EB XO NASfX 31 Herbert. A. D. H Leon*. D. A. 34 Eatwlck. K. R. M Small. R. W M Goading. N. M. 31 Long. C. C. H Beekl**, PR %  %  • 3t C*ll*ndOT. V. M. C. • Bonnlstor, A M. M 41 Brankar. B. C 43 Blenman. D. Mc D .1 King. J. K. 44 William*. L. I.. 49 Bent. C. E 44 Hunte. O. O P. t Wladln*. K S. i Cain. P. A. * Hurkry%  • A. \DVF,RTISE . 0 KB OM EVENING ADVOCATE Pnbiiihed rrarr BbaWUr with an loci uafttiff eiiwoa*tkm trary w*n*. Tt* MV -CAR accept Cargo and P DnmmUa. Ai.tigua. nrvli and St Kltu, Friday 13th Inat. The M V DAERWO00" mm accept Carao and Paaaaaran 7 SI Lucia. St. V.nceni7^^ .ind Aruba. Data of MlUag^T glrm. B.W.I. Schooner Ownorr J lion iInc.i Tel. 4047. gth January. 1M0. B K A. Eteork, B. B. nmm 7'L. B. W O. B ,. A O •. D. C P. A Clarl li.ms-. . Sealy. H. F 111.ill. K. A Alloy no. C Davia. D. St C. tk-ock. A. S. Qulntvno. v sir Tudor. L. P Gibbi, W C Crawford. W. F Holder. W. L C. ST. THOMAS VESTRY M HOLARSH1P j NAME %  l-iyti* Edward Alhonian •AnTUtrong, Karl William Co. • Already attending Combermere School. Wh.ttimlUin, Dorian HcHugtl Rnd, Horace Deiahti HAMTli Tl FlBCBAJiE PBIVATEI.I I4MAJJ. HOUBB. condition ln,-val*rla I If locality good and price re^->nabie \ *ay No Agent. Box A C B 0 •*£,£•* D. INW-E PROGRESSIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP HOAIIDEH n a qurt homo 15 1 SO— %  NO NAME 1 Maynard. Noel ODoni %  < Inniaa. Wuuton Loroy j lleadtoy. Barton Hool 4 Archer. Kenneth Ol.v Donald Forde, Raphael Char lea MiOean. H*'Ph Stanlrv itevnold Edwin ABKTON 0a IM Maxwell Chrlrt | .ny Ftimiahcd Four Bedroom-. Drawing and Dining ,.n Verandah overlook nig the aea, ,II„I all Modern < onvemorrfoa Dl*l W1 or Mil 19 1 S0—an 1*1 III II SAIIS M )' TM A B" i A aTin POULTRV ELt-CTBiCAL iji' PIlOl lite* Price rtoO 0> I iHvtnf laland H > UK II 1 4n atlLTlON I'lHIM NOTMCK NOTICE UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER liY inaUuctlon* received from Uir In •uram-e Ageni> 1 -in M>I! -t the Oonr<.. i.'.i NM-JI. atrort „u HIIIIAY lOlh al 1 pm 'li l< A 40 Auatii i ,'INCKNI '.lUJr'ini rut a-TuVE O E C 32Smnn. one ,-*. ** l ,o ofle., ,fl. Se.W.U Airport Plwn HJ A RADIO II Man b "pp..,. H .1 a %  %  "'-"' ''f phone MM *" M '" KURNITURE ni.Mii iti-aHrtB iBawMfl WHO comprutng tH Sctlo* l> ***! I Morrl. Rock,. WOf ed < 11 bneaeing Table Mm .Modern. Ill Cboal-oJ .li Kitrhon C*bln*4 III two. I %  t„rdei 111 *''*H Birch table ..' I table All can baeon b*tw*i-i 4 C Bancmft. BaBWoU *"•*,';', ^ ,'„ Tender, ar* invited for Ihe exclu *-ve nghl lo toll llquota *tc *n to a*r%* lunoh*. and t** *t Ken atngton Oval during th* Tourravpproxlmalelv from Febru ary mi to February Hat I Tender* *r* alao tnvllad for th tijr.i..i'..iiim ei ihe BrltiUi OuiaiaT.-m Irotm AMkovlllo Oua*i Hou*. Die oval dortiul tha totirnamant. .1 roach the undarwgi.rd a t C F HaiTtaon Co*. Office not Ulor _lha n 4 p in on Monday January Mrd %  _ %  %  Tho Aaa u iiaaiBP doo* not bmd Ufir to aceopt mo kiwoal •"> PWAW1 THE BARBADOS CKICKET AJBOCIATUiN DM w r HOYOS MI 11-: • lo laiai • a i an WlfW Eligible fivorrod with tw ....— utturnl habit.. *e*ur*ly employed. .. a* perinaneM home life, dealrea •' na.i*. ilevoum affeciional*. undeotaiioir,g wife int*rert*d appl.rai.ta kindly reply with recent picnir* to L M P"' Omc* Box 44. Bronx Central aWMN-1 %  •V.e.MNY.USA ^^ Those cand,d.l tn L,. B. C and D who are not oflered a Scholar,„ „ „p-th„u. I h D ^!. on apol:.l.on !o the H..dm.ar either ,n -MUM or by jHiaM. t SKIT* .„.„ „„.. f^-oa.in. vacancy. "hiy, niav. JH *^v'"-""" — j personal visit, secure a fee-payint vacancy. POSITION YOUNG 1ADV 'Good referenc-. di.re. poalUon * car*t*k*r. ordorl' family willing to alaop M ,„. K .'. Ad^c__ v. ANTED Young Lady with kno' r.lfr of .horthand and typing for |*nerai MRce work Appl^ in writing to L J Ailuani. M^rkiUi— Co Ltd HF.II Slieet 1 1 -l gflXI-l THINK lunoe uaMi. all Cedar Dl.il >1M Boar) UtDaTTAI) Oi Gent, double Bed Mead ft Spring. Hair Mailrr-. i WECHAMICAL ES Hercula* SUv*r King, o term*. *ll mrdol*. In M**n and vn bUci A !" .*C..LM JJ5_ U UlwB THE SILVER IIAHMEI tin luroalii^ ITili b) iluU-t'lton. k will -.11 al w tnte.-i.4ii aU. Prter. a lot f AsUiiiMand -thri Hem*, which iniludea:— L andeUhrae mid c.uidlMlicka, iss Bowla. KUtMBB, Large Wauvr. Taapot Sht-mclu .11 Knives and Forlu. I tita, i.ii-ru Jugs ic. IT. HlvCi Vegetable and Entre DUhea, Cake Baaket. I in PLtlw, C oppti V. TBTAPMl BR4J I iiiinini: OtMUB, Bm ipoMCElM -nil M.ijoll.ii If Gluts Decanters, Bowla and Glasses; Very Beautiful Japanese Cabinet Inlaid with Mother >f Pearl and Gold; Old Mbugn> Liquor CaBM Fri'iuli and Spanish Cbest of Drawers. Flat Top Desk and Revolving Chair; Upholstered Arm Chairs; Ceylon Screen In Copper and Ebony; Brass Floor lamp; Telescopes, Field Glaaaea. BTS, Suit Cases and many other Hems of value laia 11 45 a'clock — Tenna t aah. BRANKKR TKOTMAN A CO. Auctioneers. It 1,60— 2n. MANTIS OlMSBfATEtT rlfSK Ono Hi CMrk 'FVmalei to %  tip nu-ithly account, and ferteral boon -,ir in umce Salon HO 00 lo 1*0 LII iitonlh, depending on qualification. *.Bgd] HI pea-aon wiUi r'"cn apolicaII-II to the Secretary. Rikaioin aaoihara, p.iv Street H I 90—m i — PR0DUCTI01I 0F rANCT MOLASSES 1949-50 All persons wish.n. to manulacture F ANCY MOLASSES.for the !.; p ratror perml-ion to manufacture Fancy M.lw for purpose, of export cannot be considered g ^ ^ ^^ Secretary. Fancv Molasses Control and Marketing Board. 15.1 SO—3n NOTICE I ,l.lll "'filial I lirr-MTWll Sak IT** Pi**aet Macaal' Art lfo4 IM4I 4 ) & M ON Tufoday tho Itth day al January i** *i Iho hour ol S o'clock in the after ,n) .in be rold at m omc* k* the (i,,.i bidder, AH that certain ptec* of Land contain [.*bom I rood* Mt, parchM aiiuat' %  ,Nulal. of Saint Mlokael biitllng ana -Mutidlnf on land* now or late of om i. F Rook, on two aado* on othoe potion, of a right of way. on land* now or %  ic of th* *ol*t* of on* l^danan dei..Hd> and on tha Public Highway at l)con. Road togeUier with meaaaug* or Walling naogaa, lU-Udin*.. Ac. called thrtwooffIhoroon and all aag—fa 'Au-'h^Tfrom CECIL MW1MMMON 1AIUXX lor and loward* atlMact|pn. Ml Br*a DogamoB to b* aai.l on day %  \rz?z* „•.•.- — 4l* will b* kept Jpon and a .ubaoq-eoi will be fixed for arid aalo V H >. ROC31XtlfM> A* Prooo-t kinMi Provofi ManBaT* Ossa*. ard Jonvarr MM. WANTED %  u Anmieatonor* o Highway* ol of SI. Thorn**. > too* ". r lb* .lut'aurtty of TK* Bali • Kiglx ... Loan Act >— Sealed tetidM*. marked on tho eJMOaypc Tindr*. tar Loan', wig be received D me not later than 31 at January. IPJO. l-.i il... loan ol gl.aw a i a rale of intorr. Ml exceeding; 4% Ono tenth of the principal of th* laan W'U bo repaid annually comfrMMwinf on* year ifter Ull datr of iha loan Tond a ia for a part ol the lean, moat be In unita ol ltd r r pru.RiM. Clark to the Comnu la loner* ef Highway. SI Thomaa 14 1 W an MI5CELLANL0US %  Concrete work Round MUd Steel n-t uvch A B Taylor Ltd Coloring* SUoet. DUI 414* ^ ^^ GAiVANlKCD SMBBTB 4 ft. 4S ft Auto Tyre. Ti-f.lgai Slire MSI, I l.BB-4 f I aoajJEDOM ITlOM F1BX Wtal a Fir* proof Saf* with door* aicuied b coeofcinatlot. lock More Sc. myour r ec*rd* Conlat S HRYDEN A SONS ik ii ii at Tu*. rn i*u PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR. FBRREIRA of "Chlfovlll*'* Upp*l I Bay St inear aaplaiaadai by Chiropractic method eocTOcte dlaoaaoa of aya*. aarx aoo*. throat lung*, itoovacb, kidnaya aad lowat i ail Dial *l Aatriwura of Glaa* ntJUBat a* **orr ownp. —14M old Jewel*. So* aWrar. W*t*rrnloo,. early boa**. M*pa. AutogTapb* —. at Gorrlngoe AnUOAa* S h op, adgota. etc *i Goiitngoa Ana but Royal Yer.it Club. C.reoxti TAM1KI per*-F S s Dial 4**. 43-S3 S aTiai. 8KEBTB: 1 IS, vatloua Uie* A Trwtalgai Street. Dial Ml > T : i* Co It L a* H I INDEX IHE SILVER HAMMER On Thursday 10th b> order of Mrs. H. O. Cnchlow we will sell .-. %  .re at "CarlUd i which Includes rjoubVs End Scttev Carved PcdcsUU, Upright Chairs, i d Ornament Tables .louiid Tip-Top Table. ..11 %  H t paiaiCw M and I'-iiunigs. Glass Tabk. I) MI. tile Iron rlnas and Beds; Utcaaing %  i Prcag. palntcti pink; I'en and kng Table. nan Press; t acads and Deep Sleep r Vacuum %  | BRANKEK. TKOTMAN Aucti 50-ln. NOTICE l-tkl-B OF ST FETES Th I brtdgw* In th* *Ctlon of ro* Mdlng n*mTBkiorobol Chapel HUl to the Bultic *r* too wwot lo carry he*> traffic -v* an. .loood toluafc -or rlaav? ttoJBc uaing ***** do ** *t Saeu uwn riak By ordor of In* CoenmJakm*i* Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope Your Real LU Told Frw WouM Ton Uko to know without ancom what tfce Star, lndlcata tor you Inaaoctor of lnghway COrsSTRLKrnON NOTICE W1BEN about to conotrurt. 1 KM nd can be at your aorvtc* -. wnaU or lang* Aim Plane mirnata* Wrtte: Gordon Arkkiir Wa 5a, Airy MIU. 81 Ooors* Bdo* GOVERNMENT NOTICE INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are required from every married man whose income la $1200.00 per annum or over from every other person whose income is 720 00 pa annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unincorporatad, societies, persona engaged in any trade or profession, and I owners a* Land or property whether a taxable income has accrued during tae paat year or not. Forma ol Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Department ArTR THB 1ST 0\X OT JANUARY. USD. and the forms ,iul> filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following respect!** dales : l 1 Returns ol persons whose books were closed on the 31st | day of December, 194.11, on or before lb* 31st day of March, j 18*0. 2 Returns of persons whose principal place ol business Is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1S0., 3 Returns of all pet.ona, on or before the 31st of January. 150. r. CLAI3MONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOT*.: Any aeraea falBBg te make his return within the due dale will be liable to a line not exceeding £ 100 and ael Less than £2 aad will be aeeseruled unleaa a salls* ata r i naeea a given. 10.1.5*.—I in. fOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUB bACCAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFETS Consul ( SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE For Paciing For Shipping For /ngurance For Preference Repres e nUt^es^ n _gJU^n^ ? ^on Si o f9 th, wo* ALL BARBADIANS KNOW AND APPRECIATE GOOD IK that's why there is such an Increasing demand far TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RU (With the Distinctive Flavour) If vou are a Visitor to this laland try this Blend of lea and you also will enjoy its Distinctive Klavoar. SIP IT TO EX JOY IT. Blrnders JOHN II. TAYLOII 4 SONS LTS Dial 133J. — RoeeecsSt F I It E! THE GREATEST HAZARD OF AU inaoaw — Where There's Smoke, There's fire — tT — Where There's a "ROYAL" Policy There's Security. THE ROYAL LiSURANCE CO, ^ welcome your enojiUrtcs. through theie AgeBwt— DA COSTA & CO.* LTD. I CANADIAN INVESTMENTS bought at 55 per cent, premium or exchaw> (switches) arranged. ytair pan •tiling and w**k pfl >our ehanco to loat NOTICE | t*H Ihrougjn IM ".edluni lo reluri SMCn lhanka la u* Elector* for ihrt. i.ial Mid unaUnled %  upport In rlectln m as a V*iti yiiuui I mt you ahall *la' eiidearaur to do my utniort boat lor Ui %  —i f th* Pariah Thanking you maot dnceroly. BUAtWOBTM KOtJlBSt NOTICE I tBLTON CLUB Member. *r* invltad to **nd In inoUon* tm the annual Oonoial M a e tiOd of tad Ciib wkKh wUl bo held al the Barbed.Klatinn. avnaaugue Lane. T-ead* Hat Januai. IBM. at 7 13 p ... Th*** motion* mu*t be in the hand* of th* Secretary before th* Itlh Ja n ua r y, L E FTOUTE. lion Socrrtary 111 M~ts gMMlaaMs fm ,u. •!*? Hor* h nn ih* *kiu oi Pundit Tabor*. India* moat Saw•ui Aatrologtr. who by applyli n UM anckwil atienc* lo u*-l .1 purpeao* bat built up an a" able reputation' Th* accuracy ol hi* revdiotlom and the wui. practical advlcconUuied in hi* Horoacopoa oa Buatneea. Spocu lau.ni. Future* Mi B %  aaaataa, LaUerM*. Tl*eUtlgaUon. Luck] %  u !" have aa*ou ia*< Mlurabad poopat tha world ov*r OKOttOB HACKJEV of Now York beltev** thai Tabor* %  * %  *•***• so*a* aort of faffcondT? ilgiltkiwa hj* ap rt a m Tabore will •and you FSUDX your Aatxal tnlorproUUon a you tot-ward your full naax* lab Um or Ulai. addroaa and dal* of blrU aB a**rlg wrBtaa by youraalf. No a*f wonaag for AiirologKal work, 1 ventago *4r but aand 4d in B P O Nr Staonpo or COOMI tar %  Uudnary. toetlmoaaal* anal otaor lotareali., ,i wUl ho amaili al Uw ronarkabl* tirocy of ha MUamU about -w and ir aSaur* Writ* BOW M Uu* afftar may not bo aMdo aawan Addreu PUNDIT TABOBJt iDopt. SlJ-Bi. Upper Forlrtl Street. Bombay IS. India PMlag* at hxdu las*. VACAHCT FOR A gXMIOR IfAITER 0RAMMAR SCHOOL. DOMINICA ApplicaUons are Invited for the vacant pensionable post of Senior Master. Dominica Grammar School. (The Government Secondary School (or boys). The average attendance for 1948 was 140. 2. tTuoHAcwtioaa. Applicants should bold a university degree and be) qualified to teach Latin and English up to the Higher School Certificate standard. 3. Salary. Tha salary seals is ($1,M0 x $120—$2,400). and consideration would be given to appointing a suitable applicant at an appropriate point in the scale In view of his experience and qualification. LONDON SECURITIES bought and sold promptly through Stock Eh** brokers. BARBADOS BONDS and SHARES (also Trinidad) bought and sold. QuotaD*** request to: A. M. WEBB Dial 3188 STOCKBROKER Hetin *^ 15S, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown. (Over People's Pharmacy) pa 4 Bonus. A cost of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten rent on salary. provided and no allowance Is paid in lieu ol such. *. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations and Brovsatea %  made for Baatatae .r towards leave passage overseas. 5. Quarter!. No quarters paid in Lieu oi such. towards leave passage overseas _. m PVar ilppelmnu-ar. The officer's passage on first appointment win be pale, aa well as that of his wife and children of school age, not %  a eaaa a n g fear, if they accompany him or follow from the date of has *rsl appomtmenl of Jere*ee. The otseer will be subject to Colonial •seal General Orders *. Cleats* Date. Aaastcafe!*. stating him wMhta *. Ctackse Dale. Aaussca*>ne, stalks, the avaacants age. laaaeatlgaa an* teaching experience, aad indicating the earliest date i whack he could assuaae duty should he addressed to His Honour — Doaanlea. to arrive not later than the list of DIXON & B REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AlX'TlONElM -I 111 KUIIl_| Phone L.i.i Plantations aw>w SELECTION OF SOME PIIOPI III || s for iaMl 1M* 1) J. HAMILTON MAURICE. Education Ofncer 13.150— 3n The >iall St. MicRa.) fallalMry-. Gun Hill ;: !-5-'-.^ r eX U •Sadilawle'' HaatiiUkr. Baa %  li'a)sa V 'X, vI**W Bungalow, W Carlton St. Jgi % % %  Ubanh-. Cbrtsl *jni Maynard*". St. Pt,r Uttle Batalty.-. St. Bcter •Boumaika". Day rail* Koad ca Maxwell* Kent ^-^ VHl.. Country Bom**. St. Jgmr* Coart Houaaa. BaUeviIle Bungaloo Houaea. Maxwell* Houaa*. Fontabell* Pinfold Houat '. Pinfald Street Cold Sprtod J*STo*L a-awS-jS-** ST>, a wn*** %  as '-' "' Many properties and land are not adverusel ^ informauon concerning them may be obtained W





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rom 81 \li.H \li\OCATF. SUNDAY, JIM WRY I GORDO\ PROVERBS nm F Worrell Scores CHAiSWLESS 108 .... ^ Brilliant Century TllV. high the first trial match played a' i] was a chanceless 108 by Gordon Proverbs of WaniKenneth Goddard. a slow right arm spinner was the most successful bowler capturing five wickets for fifty runs. Mr. John Goddiird's X /-> ;. KET fans In the West Indies were disappointed when il was ulnjt their fiist innin(g iX)ok hell V -i a few davs ago lhal George Headley, Wwl Indies and $con to 2 ?0 In reply to Mr Fam %  .*tar player would not be available for the Jamaica-Trinidad er s X I total of 71. In their second ,nial tournament to open there next week Innings Mr. Farmers XI hit f i We were ram to hear, according to a cabled Press Message, that fnr the lo „ o( on . w)ck et HiJL h,d pulled" a muscle and would not be able to make the trip Johnnie Lucas and Proven 7 iter news from Jamaica in thai connection was in the nature of a bombthel! and was to the effect that financial negotiatio: %  Ad the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association had broken down and the great George had been Mean* | not to be available for the tour. To the Board's offer to Headley of expenses and fnmi!> al of 1100.80 and a captain's allowance of $100 80. he had cow %  a demand for $376 and expenses excluding famtl. allowances. continued for Mr. Goddard's XI yesterday to the bowling of iT MlUington and E Atkinson on a K.KHI wicket Millir,. down a maiden in the to J. Lucas from the Pai Atkinson taking a longer run | %  crbs but WM unsuccessful Mi 1 %  tinued to bowl steadil? keeping both batsmen In checK. The 150-inark was soon reached. After Millington's J 5th 0W. K OoOVand was brought 'in In place of Atkinson in his fi IMPORTANT QUEgTIOKS EAI8ED T HIS Is more or less a domestic matter between Headley and hi Board but as a whole it poses some ver> imp-wian* ; esent set-up of West Indies cricket It is no secret that the Indie* Cricket Board of Control are n< Ir/nrcolonlal cricket as well and so from the afi iMTTCd across an a I :ippenings must be of. more than passing interest. T v hall I am still wondering at the fart that th.Weal Indian cricket carefully. public were given the excuse that Headle> had pulled • muscle uhii • it was a matter of financial differences. They are entitled to better At the other end N< n treatment This leads one to ask whether or not Mines Johnson may shall who relieve 1 Milllngu.-. not be another financial problem child or he has Indeed pulled l opened his over to J. I... the pavfJloa end and sent down The time has come for some very plain speaking and some promp" a maiden. Lucas' end came when measures If a man is not available v.te tried to pull MM to '.he leg side if the reason must be given at all. I am in favour from boundary from Goddard missed ihe W< i both those who pull if the occasion arises those who pull funn> %  tSd was caught by Atkir hurt sflgaVI Smith (College) foiled I catch. But in the last ball of th same over he Jumped out to drive, missed the ball and was quickly stumped by Gerald Wood Rranker (Cnblr & Wireless) then joined Proverbs who n<\ ed worried, and took his first run -If Goddard J A WUUaini on the boundary delighted with some lively fieldii.: BLAME THEMSELVES T HI WatST IMUKS Cricket Board of Contp to blame if they find themselves In en u with professionals in thThenare rules to be revised and amendments to be ratified but this has not yet been individual bullying, soft soaping; nor evasion li going to goh trick', question of pay for play whenever it raiseThere is not much money to be n %  '--<• Intercolonial tours when the high price of transportation and boarding and lodging are taken Into consideration. Added to this, un> ments that came into being since the .xperiment with the quadraiiKul. i seric I Trinidad. Jamaica. I DM quarter of the expenses ol the travelling of h.lenoluiiial team that make^ a tour during the year. easdv be seen from this that there is not a considerable margin i( any, to toy with the idea of paying West Indian professionals, (lot only they are eligible for these senes) any handsome sum for plawng JAMAICA BOARD ACTED WISELY I T would be much better to do without them sad give else the opportum'o their worth I tnink that the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket A turning down Headley's request in the CU II would have created a most dangerous precedent and migt • re constituted a source of embarrassment not only to U* lanttlca Cricket Association but to other cricket bodies in the fulun %  wcver, forgive any false statement to hidt state of affall are entitled : positi< I reports like pulled muscles and the like to cloud a serious issue only serve to infuriate the public when the truth Incomes known and also place journalists who depend upon the \ i • of such ID I most ludicrous position TRIAL DULL AS DITCH-WATER D ULL as ditch-water is my description of the First Trial game in preparation for the forthcoming Intercolonial tournament with hi took his first strike from God .nana. I did not see most of Thursday's play, the first day dard taking a single between first of the game, hut yesterday's was a dreary long drawn out funeral and second slip. In Httrmntini* I . %  that Gordon Proverbs in a verv careful and painsto hit a six overhead off GoddnM taking innings carried his Thursday's score of 23 i<> 108 yesteio %  .as caught Wttha 0 <>n the boundary by A. Lawless f Proverb! if hli Inning* was particuCable Wireless. The scoreboard < strained since he Das not had so successful a sensed and is read 221 for seven wickets obviously out tu impress the selectors. On [hi ;• no excuse for the geanraj tendcm. yesterday to pet half vote nd to nuke nutf m atroekaual) stump and even on the pad. I about the whole affair & Proverbs' %  ueceaaful batting Land catch by Phillipin the slip to wood oil an outswing. r gcaileni and iiplding of Charlie Taj n indication ,.,i of play Goddard and G. Proverbs at th in the coming lournament, because cricket can be careSklppe CAWNPORE. Jan. 14. • A BRILLIANT 122 not out by Frank Worrell. !' bados and West Indies Test cricketer, was chiefly responsible toi Commonwealth XI compihn. lien the fourth unofficial Test opened here. Jock Livingston, the Commonweal!) also played a notable role with 80. Commonwealth won ttkt %  and took first knock or. They met with early Hasflett And Morris Sore Centnyiefl vs. Bonier XI es by ijndsay Hasse't. the captain and Arthur nanrrni nelped the Austr.lians. put on 411 for 4 on the opering day of the r Ilcder XI nere. Morris hit 106 fa cer.tury of th* D tU batted three hour* and Idt II I gave one difficul* Hassett was still unbeaten at the end of the day wl'h 106. which i eluded 1 slat and 5 (oun He hai ••hen he had -< being dropped the Thorne. Ken An her. who helped Morn* In an opening stand of 197. missed his hundred ihat uv ing pair were back in the with only 19 runs scored. Then the I nweeJl n Jock Llvlngn d the %  West Indian, [I ?rank |:ame together m stand of 151 IJcfore Uving|cton was out for grj wag till unbeaten at |the close, having .red 122 runs bell's first cenItury in the presTest 5>cries. 'and included 9 i H'IKU fours. The Commonwealth touring side no second. THE time is now ripe for us to take stock of the two. we saw in 1W9 and the three-year-olds we expect to , %  T'* 1 Starting off with my own Free Handicap, here is how {** last year's crop over the distance of six furlongs ft?* 1 130 lbs.— Bow Bells Bones 125 11*. ?J •n lbs.-Top Flight 118 lb* 1'riM.v,,,,,,, 118 uIT*' 15 ll>Colleton U5 lbj JV^ 115 lbs. lm SunQleTmJ Brown Girl 105 France Hi:! lbs. -Ceres 102 lbs ins Sunny HOIK* I I >ne two-year-olds were those phu-.! first four in the thirteen races which wore framed for ihZ!^ Trinidad and Barbados. Comparing'them with former >**,, il was one of the best seasons we have ever had ;ind uL!1 perhaps only slightly below the standard set in 1947 h v 1 Path, Will O'the Wisp II, Brown Rocket, etc. Of coun* of guess work plays Its part in that assumption for th* sim!!, that the two-year-old racing al the last Christmas meL decidedly botched up. The end of the season was thertfn^' conclusive 1 lUy turned out in the Din aim this one is left more or less in the air. However, then* % %  _• The neon wag than 172 for next man in and faced the last ball from Goddard. But D did not last long as he was soon out tn attempting to pull Goddard Ing to the pavilion after he had to the leg boundary and gave an scored .1 chanceless 108 yesterda. easy ratch to Atkinson at square against Mr. W. A. Farmer's XI leg. Ofl the second day of \N. S LUCM fallowed Drayton. three-day Trial Match. Marshall continued to IK>W| steadily. In Oodnkrd's nhttfi over N. S. Lucas was given a "III Atkinson was 29 %  lien he lifti"! QJM tu COVai lltd end Smith 31. runs. He was at the wicket for three hours, I? nunute 93. and hit 6 fourSam Loxton helped the score along with 81. hit in 82 minutes with 2 sixfours, and with Hassett added *7 GORDON PROVERBS returnfor the 4th wicket Rruier The %  tcli I onlinues to-day. Ma w nMin> || i. ( i nniBfv mm. 1. t.Olili.tRUs XI —1.| Innlni ,. %  H M*r*nall Ibw 1, Atklnion G Provrrb* c N Mt.h*n b J Lurai r Atklnwn b Goddard w n.>i..r, c Aiki^^on bGoddsrd N Luca< alpd wk G W^od b Goddard I Blanker c Fariw b Goddard • C lJku b Goddard Marshall Hill S-lffl. 7—So. 1 the wickel and J Ooddard r K^Goddard b_T, lload Ifc pundied Goddard regular 1: the boundary. Undecided Millingtoii w$ on and Branker was very und-rided about his strokeever fell %  victim to Goddarl while hitting out. He was caught bj Skipper Farmer Holding mid off. C. Alleyne the next n %  Hoad K. (. dea II Kina ^ k. Wo I>. Phillip %  ToUl i. ua, aw. 10 tm. level. are again without Vi lay lormer captain, dred hand had not re,,l!ow htm to stand up to the rigours of a five • li. and V. Hazare. who led India the third cantata Tne taai (rare ( .miimmwnlth: Jo* I rreer, Daa l^mberg. BUI Alley. Norman 1 n Place. George Tribe, Frank Worrell and George Pope. 12th man John Holt. India: V Harare (Captain). IH A s Modi, O Phadkari. If Adhlkari. V. Mankad. P Umrigar. M. K. Mantri, H able to attend due to lack of Gaekwad, H. Ghulnm Ahn> | funds after a hectic Christmas. Kishenchand. I was quite a sucmeeting with some exciting races but for the last race In which there were four horses. The start was extremely poor, there was absolutely no th] the race and a sound of disapMiriam Hopkins Brightens Up Ca8sadn Races Prom Our Own Conpond*rt • ST. JOHNS (By Mail). THERE was a small crowd at Ing'on Thursday A great many people complained of being unUfALYVnS) l.-.tMKi Watchers The Commonwealth :< %  a poor sti Ir opening pair. Oldfleld and ed for 0 and 8 retpi pointment could he heard in the Then skipper Livingston and th. MR W raaannri n isn iaai>i. IOI oul ... *l Phillip, b Ri*w.ler whole crowd. Lord Baldwin accompanied by his A.DC. Major Denis Vaughan attended the Meeting. Mr. A. W Acting Colonial Secretary was also pet Music througr supplied by "Brute Force'' Steel West Indian. Frank Wot 1 %  :tack with eve and improved the position with a stand which passed the 50 before lunch. A crowd of 15.000 Wgi morning's play. Play after lunch began in somerfoi :-^ > 1 —J I allowed us to see Bow Bells and Bowmanston in form, thaaai two separate days, while Fair Profit's running at the QhriKtmm islent enough to tell us that nothing was wrong**! NOT OVERRATED I cannot, however, agree with the opinion in Trinidad th. idol imnch of two-year-olds were overrated. This otnl formed mainly by those who have blinded themselves to fc! : not concede that Bow Bells and Colleton wen u*a2 they seem to have forgotten Cross Bow's racing altogether 1 never one to stick out foolishly for Barbados-bred creolet ij have seen them proved inferior. There were the outstandiM, ofCHam and Brown Boy, who humbled ourpride?] of-Honi ..mi Front Bell. Although an exssahal will reveal that the latter three beat all the other TM .it the anM maatlng, Proof lhal although we m*^^ be t. I .f the whole But for me such insularity dies a natural death when IJ to discuss West Indian racing affairs, and so I like to thinkV as embracing all those I saw irrespective tf| land of origin. For the 1950 classics, I have my eye nn Firj> Bow, Bow Bells, Bowmanston, Perseverance. Wtvecrat, ven l think we will sse tat ,;h my doubts about Bow Bells over this distant ii ol Coauu and Teh 1 more speed than stamina. Yet his reseattsK to Gun Site is so marked that I could not help taking him ft staying type of O.T.C. progeny. But then I suppose one mugM surprised if he turned out another War Lord. After I saw hunli quite willing to believe that his two wins at Anma were not* .md also that those who told me he was the best two-year-ai %  d might not have been too fur wrong. Hence hit higfa ri on my handicap list at levels with Lazy Bn 2 (OIRAGEOIS LAZY BONES Bind. Everybody seemed to apr wha t" subdued vein, but Livingfollowing A %  : %  lad many well piaead ott the bowling of Goddard who M HHhfth, I inhall then ,-ame on ; ter caught by Smith In the IUD. found J %  A wo. eonditioii of Ken ih(J antl to those %  %  %  -pkeep. SOUTH CARIBBEAIf RACING REVIEW V OLUME II. 11*48 of the South Cai i( $3.00 and $1 au. i. has now been publuhe. VoluiM U %  bout it well add SouU. 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-fT „lV JASrABYli.HM SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THREE James Mason, in Hollywood Pictures, i.s Taking A Beating from the Critic J THE BRITISH FILMS ARE DOING WELL To Set Up 'Young Vic' Company In America • Mi.ilir From Frederick look WHAT a Hollywood doing to W J£K. Mason.' Two ol n, pictures are snowing on ji,v, and this areai actor r^yyterrible beating from ^^Hollywood's staunches! zZ n are calling Masons ^Zi, Vftes Side me of the 1-t rfenngs (or some lime. !" f fc W York Times complains h# plavs "at though burdened w the weight of the world." £ comes >n lor even rougher Mtment (or his performance in .'ttWkless Moment. l-r.s one. the New York _j. Sews critic writes: "His role lie Reckless Momer" is the unsuitable yet. Mason gets billing, but it's Joan Bennett s ^ aU the way-. Competition bver has Hollywood faced a w year with such tough comfton on its home grounds as _* British dims have -__ to join The FmUtm Mol. rinc in the box office dollars %  new French drama—and a one—a film from Italy, one Sweden, and even one from 1 quality as well as number id still holds first place. The have bean going wild over tt LiKlf fstond I Whisky Galore rWsh cinemas) Overnight it become the picture no New rUer can afford to miss. One tatic reviewer called it "the ehucklesome comedy of the Third Nane experts liked too. The I Mr. Beeebam. our old The Chi Item Hundreds vet another new name (It CELESTE HOLM la Sh. stoops te Oets|Mft was Yes M'Lord on the stage here). Least successful in ^atherinR laurels among the new British foursome is Ne Room at the Inn. which New Yorkers in holiday mood are finding too grim. They thought better of Silent Dast. the rtlm version of the stage play. The Paragon. France's offering is Battle of the Rails, a tale of French railwayman's contribution to the Resistance, with narration spoken by Charles Boyer. Technically beautiful, as always. Flashing Swords Italy's film is The Pirates of Capri, all mollo vivace and Hashing r.words and court intrigues and revolution—lots of activity but not much action. Good as costume dramas go. Sweden does somewhat better with The Children, a sensitive. :>-titled little : orphans and their pet goat. A wholesome, altogether t-reditable rllm. Stem But Earnest The Russian picture. Yea** Guard, is stern and far too long, but an earnest salute to the young men who gave their liver in the defence of their homeland. It is propaganda, of course, but lably so. The plctun lour hours long, has been cut to two and a quarter for she here, and the result is uneven. Magnificent photography. Ku Dmitri Shostakovich JJest of the current none-toogood batch from Hollywood is \d*Ms Rib. with Spencer Tracv. Katharine Hepburn and Judv Hi lliday. The* New PI i>~ The Velvet Glove, by Rosemary Casey. Stars. Walter Hampden and Grace (targe. mikl, thyi lifts* comedy effort about the way in which a rather nice old nun blackmails her bishop by undermining his campaign to raise money for a seminary. A kindly and placid show in welcome contrast to some of the sex-drenched neurotic stuff on which Broadway has been nourished lately. But the glove could At a little better for some of the cast. How Long Till Summer? by Sarett and Herbert Rudley. Star. Josh White, famous negro troubadour. Yet another play about the colour problem. A negro lather wrestles with his conscience in a dirty deal, his son wrestles with bewilderment at his first encounter with racial prejudice. Lots of inner turmoil, not much %  theatre" How long till closing'.' Bitter The Rat Race, by Garson Katun. Stars, Betty Field and BarnNelson. A bitter chronicle voungsters trying to "make the grade'" on Broadway. Some funny situations, but not sufficient story. The Rat Race will not finish in ULfl JOAh HKL£.\WOOU ... . II tPMsJrg Galore WM End. she stoops to CosMrner, Maurice iviv.il of the Goldsmith Celeste Holm. Brian Aherne, Ezar Stone. Burl tvee. This is the first of lour plays Evans Is to do at the off-Broadwuy City ivmre— top price Si (21;Mt SI 20 (8. 6d.(—in a ->lish a Young Vic company here. Magnificent! Plays io follow. The Corn is Green (with Eva LeGallienne). The Devil's Dis, ir-lr King and old-tune movie star Victor Jory). and a fourth yet to be picked. Attractions for the New Year holiday period inch.: ll\. Member or use Weddin: Meddler's dramatisation of her novel of the MI Happy As Larr. by Donagh MacDonagh, which London and Dublin already. Direction by Muiness Meredith. —1..K.S. ..RIDE." Warner Bros* hilarious comedy. CMM Aquatic cinema last Friday tarring Bette Davis and Robert Montgomery The First Lady of 'he Screen indulges in her first led role i n almost eight years. Time Bride" is laid in Indiana, %  sing story of a H'up of New York magazine p;ople who practically invade (he community to get .i story for :heir June issue. Henry Blanke pro•I Warner Bros*. IIMTMI QUICKSAND "—This Is a story at ; %  man who through the love of %  nc crime and thniigh this crime was forced to commit many more. Mickey Rooney has the leading role. IKiii pi re MICKEY"—A new singing personality comes to the screen as I %  ni l.-mis BUttgf in a rip roaring musical, and she has a good voice too. Ol* IIIIII. KIM OF THE CANYON"Singing Cowboy Gene Autry and kl combine their talents to bring to the screen a western v.itry sings, rides. Shoots and fights. ITS HERE AGAIN/ Fay Compton—Famous English Actress II* I IM^MIMI OJI* U no time did Fay Compton __ any other areei but the S She was, indeed, surroundry Its influence from lier birth. grandfather. Colonel Batehad owned the Lyceum London and had given j Irving his first chance. Beshe was In her teens she had %  %  km to !eam the technique of at from such excellent teachss her father. Edward CompL bar auats Isobel leading lady lenry Irving) and Kate Compiler mother Virginia tertian, also an actress. In her 00) holidays. Fay had always %  en to go with her father on tours—he had his own comsy—rather than go to the seawas her brother Compton %  Stenne. '.he veil-known au%  *, who advised her to go and Mlaner. of the famous "Fol', for whom he was writing M and sketches. Terribly ^•wus, r l( ve Pelissier a |se of her songs and imperNtioru and was taken on at less I £4 a week. A fortnight baiter a game of tennis at his fc Pelissier, lying uncomfortlon a gravel path, proposed ber. and Fay. not taking him eusly. welted him with tennis fc Undismayed Pelissier reted his proposal once a week %  she said 'yes'' he considers the next two U, when she was a Follies gtrl as well as Mrs. Pelissier and delighted thousands with her playfulness and her mimicry. ,, s the best possible training for the Stage she could have had. Then her husband died suddenly and this 10-year-old girl with delicate classical features and lovely Titian hair was left almost a penniless widow with a babv son. After a desperate search for another job she was altered a part which demanded fluent German. Knowing not a word of the language she bluffed It out. sat up all night with a German governess, and by next morning was able to remember both the meaning and the accent of her lines. She is in the tradition of those great actors of the past who could switch rapidly from one form of acting to quite another and whose courage and resource was equal to almost any vicissitude. She is not "temperamental". For her, acting is a professional job, and he is called upon to do she does, whether it is tragedy, comedy, "fey" parts, singing and dar.'ing, filming, pantomime, or even musical hall turns. And the remarkable thing is that in everything she undertakes she succeeds completely and makes a firm and lasting impression. She followed Iris Hoey in a I'lidy called The Pearl Girl, and there she met Lauri de :v vho became her second husband. In 1916 she, with a chorus, did England's nisi striptease act in o revue called FoJiow The Crowd, which made her the Belle of the Trenches. Soon after this she was in a "straight" play. The Boomeratio. which was produced by Charles Hawtrey. and she starred with H. B. Irving In The Processor's Lone Story, In about the worst woman's part that • •ver wrote. But Barrle made handsome amends for this later on. Me chose lay Compton for his Peter Pan in 1917. and then wrote a play specially for her—his famous fantasy Mary Rose. It is easy to understand why he did so. There is I fey" quality about Fay Compton and an invincible effect of innocence about her which in Mary Rose often reduced her audience to > some magic of her own she conveyed the feeling of "other-wo KVness" so that as someone once wrote, "Mary Rose is Fay Compton, and Fay Compton is Mary Rose." Indeed, she was a Barrie leading lady par excellence. It l playing an unforgettable Phoebe Throssel in Quality Street that she married her thiru husband, Leon Quartermaine. Just Itefore this, both of them had made a great impression in Somerset Maugham's The Circle, portraying modern youth with an almost disturbing fidelity. It would be hard to imagine a more startling contrast between plays. Years before, Maugham had written to her: "When you are driving along in your Rolls Royce, swathed in sables on a muddy day, and you see me on the pavement plodding along on my flat feet, just tell your chauffeur not to splash me." Neither the sables nor the Rolls Royce are hers even now. She is not that sort of actress but she can look back on triumph tot many a rich woman would exchange her car and her sables, and probably a great deal more. One ol these is her Ophelia which she played for the first time to John Harry mores Hamlet in I8M and for the last time in 193 to John Giclgud's Hamlet at Kronborfl i ce, to ecstatic Danish audiences. She was acknowledge as the t'incsi Ophelia ol her i.rneration and one casehardened critic wrote that she had 'the quality of elves weeping under the Moon." Another is her Paulina in The I role, which is said to be v part and perhaps %  sit superlative of her ciirevr. But indeed, whether she la a fairy-like Titania, an entrancing Rosaline (of Love's Labour Lost), or a stony-hearted Regan, you feel that she is an actress who would have, warmed Shakespeare's heart. And from such varied parts she turns with ease to a youthful or an aged Queen in Housman's Victoria Reyina. a skilfully un-gay wife in Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, or a monster of caUotH cruelty in that grim play Little Foxes. When Fay. who is tender-hearted to a degree and once wrote to Mussolini .ompiaining of the 1 nt <>f horses In Italy, was lisUktft playiiu misympathetu rOUM at leplied. *E ail, 1 play the heavy I willingly l>ccause I have so often had to play the dream No other English actress has •ver had so many tirst-class piavwnght* at her beck and call, and yet no! only doc* she not non pantomime, she || the pi Principal Boy of her time! No matter how silly the songs or il the lines, she makes of something which ilelights the %  •up. 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From a oox On loot monev sex .i %  :uv OIlVtM tlld Vivian Leigh Those Wicked Tories Of 1831 And labour's Clarion Cry For The Elections Will Be 1731 Let Us Face The Past We know whit line the Socialist* are going to take when they appeal to the country. Last time, they had a stirring and satisfactory slogan. "Let 01 Face The ruture." Thi time their clarion CTJ will be, Let Us Face The The speeches are already being rehearsed and the propaganda already spreading round -Remember lfSl. We must nevci have that again This If the retor that spring* to every Soclali-i l.j,. It Is the answer to all prohpast. present and to comr Nineteen hundred and thirtyone was indaed a terrible year U* i olm Br04j.11 Lords and the whole Tory gan. The* People were writhing, or course, as usual, but U actually thinking or doing soaiething about it. Trt\\ were drilling ,n secret and getting ready to burn down public buildings. It was a tense and terrifying time. Civil war wa? at hand, and if the Torif* had not given way in the following vtar there would have been vrir I ni-iva'ely paid for) on the green not Charles was ruling >*2f" "J* r lu-r.etit ai all. And The People the unfortunate People, had Ml even got as far as ,:.thing in those days. t. :— .l.tU ..nil anathv T— Bui things were not much Ix-lter m 1731. RMiwmber 1731 .' Well, if you don't we'll loll you about it.' As a mailer of fact. After the election unemployment nolmng mU ch happened in that among Socialist MPa roae to v( ar Mt ,„„ p r im. Minister Ml ghastly proportions, and famous ; nfl mt-fl abominable of Tories. leaders found themaelves back n „ wn Walpole w'lere they started, bawling dm ,'ioars. in village halls Some fussy people might ..sk and welfare institutes, while Walpole was. strictly speaking R,.., ll _. —,.. 1; shown that the painful recollei I'eople were wnthing in vain l.oru of 1M1 are partkularl .ink in sloth and aprtl Ihey thought not having a Parlu(luite a good idea. (,'harln the Plrst wa. niu.i hi ,ued in hi. brutal deaigns b. .. man railed Thom.s Wenlwr.,i .ho became Earl of Staftor Wentworth's motto was Thorough." so he must have been a Ml like Philip Snowden He wn. a Tory it ever there . ont. Then, of course, thet Star Chamber. That wa. a cross Wtween BelMn and the Ir.lann Bevenue Department [I that writhing began as a natlona pestime. It started with the few. Mil under the care at Socialism II spread to the whole commu,.i I'ndoubtedly. IK11 was | year thnt must never lie forgottrrSo good to dunk so easy to maki Tory Henry VIII So was 1531. Henry VIII '•'' llien King. He SMOKERS CAN SMILE.. OoodnZi d n--r hime Snappy samba Baay. Ill Gold Outside • He tried to p:ck me up." Thr walk-out. .flectlve with those who wen DO ,,,!, burn at that date. But wh. stop at 1931" All The Past If you are facing th* pa. wj mil fare the past—all of it* Theiwere lots of pasts before 1931. The People did not start writhing In helpless rage in 1931For example they were writhing in 1831 I*t us go back another century No. indeed, we must nev hack to 1"31. It was tho blacker l-eriod of Tory Misrule. On second thoughts, that : perhap' an exaM*"'"". Th • slackest period was 1831. In IMf ymr, Charles the Fltlt, the MB.. of Blood, was King. He is sorr.rlimes called Charles the Mar Ignoranl people who never hrai t of Tolpuddle (remember Tolpu-i(M.'.' i, but in fact he was Just & toon of a capitalist. He hang, a lot of innocent chaps who were Ptally the forerunners of the ILK though they weren't educate*. enough to be aware of the (art Ho also had six wives and %  num. I*i of side-kicks. It is easy enough to guess what Party he belonged .o. 1531 wag definitely a bad, bai if it eomag lo U*a*. 31 wal no better. Tlial n But someonr is askI*t us go bacfc arwner crmu.^oVy^Vh^ng hair and a snoot, ing what this nonsense is ail If n thing's worth doing. Its worth ;"*j about what has 1431 ' doing welL expr- %  with the problem of lo-d.. That was an appalling y"r^ T(|rv thur i cs | regretful answer I ,831. 1 maan. ^^IWonn ^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ w ^ v ^ being opposed by m'w ^r^^**J< B V; ;&ra m -, hr year 1531 But neither hU IM'. — L.F.S i. rig up To siio* an inch of ankle HOW Hf HAKES THE NOT •_ SAYS SOODNIfiHl Sftt WEVER rONIEMPUIES' IH'T ffUII '"PRY 10 CHIIDBIim. •_ HER MAIN IHIEKSI • • Hanaa. tee:, taoe. A irtt-r. it vou happen to be o.;%  '.lyag'-Q ..." a week in adannoi lu st>ow off a plunger %  %  ly's dance. Pan and tne rail. bi call an hour %  hiMoBi gaanoalhaki -i I anpaii! ftimii\ planning. on %  .!.'. %  BBOW 1^_ 1*'fwi'^lftfywr raiijA wonian i place u in the home An unplanned lamtly llsn everyone talks i Conera'tS For Sohumau Lunches Schweitzer Wilh Adenauer liament partio itie luncheon —Keuter. %  Yes, Nicou Keeps your teeth really dean, free from nicotine iuin and dulhng film. No Deed to worry about that extra tigarcttc, if you use Nicota. You will be delighted with the pearly whiteness of your teeth and the freshnmof your mouth. Get a tube of Nicou today. BONN. Jan. 14. Went German President. The French Foreign Minister. Theodore Heuss. has cabled conRobert Schuman. met Chanct'llor ui-atulatlons to^ the Governmala to the UniAd Nil' Guatemala Ratifies Convention LAKE Sl'CCESS Jan. 14. NICOTA SMOKERS' TOOTHPASTE whitens your teethbrightens your smile hero Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, perhumanl'tartan philoropher, Alher a.'a luncheon given in hishonoui marttnl 1.1 Mil '.''_P. ua ^; SrhwelUcr who celebcles his today by the German -•,,hh rthdav today at his mission ment in the Palais Schaumburg. deposited his Government nation in Umbarene. French the seat of the Chancellory. ir.enl of rati.kutum o Ok s'.iatorial Africa Schuman arrived after visiting veiu'ion on the crtl Sihweimr recently returned W .'ne Wesl German President Theoextermination of races. his missionary and scientific work dnre Heuss. at his home. Gu.iU %  7 atrlea after a brief stay in All members of the German irv to A _.i.r Cabinet and the leader of the ParReuler. Guatemala is th..seventh counthe convention — I [.:! %  OUUIde noine oav tor equal wort ry' %  . I yj.' : i-nstu\ Has Fairlv GO home outaai wa.bald In Tirana urn the pagaonaJ din etlo i tenor Minister. Studji %  wlnong Aln.ii I'mniii l.nv Hod •ya lectun d 11 ,ih. — (Reulei ,i milk has been fixed lid. per tin tad other brands at tin. The new ratail prica i .-in aaantg an increase of id Keasi-n for the increase is that Id) of id. par tin which i.Dveriimcii* uaad bfl pay lo atacjs*d 00 December 31. it reaumpUon of i u uill be Studied b> tru IK-W Ha %  Itepirsi'iitatives iing raid came Justice's Court, appeal against the gaol term. —g.euer Lily Ports III NEW YORK. Jan. 14 l.ily Pons. 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Prices In B.H.

rotest Meeting Called

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es BRITISH HONDURAS, Jan. 14.
NSINESSMEN have called a meeting of all
’ merchants here today to discuss strict import
id price control, just imposed b; the Governiaans
srevent too rapid a rise of the cost of living, as

‘yesult of devaluation of the Honduras dollar in
} amber. e Represe.tatives of a Peopie’.
Br | Committee have also been invited
{vo the meeting.
| The controls cover 130 commodi- '_
ties ranging from salt to cattle-on-
| the-hoof, and _ including bread, |
ic ended For meat, milk, toilet arcicles, agricul-|
w tural implements and_ bicycle
parts, and local products.
The_ Government has also call-
ed on importers to supply inven-
| cories of all goods landed, to-

\C. Barrister
Soviet Walk

Out Causes
Deadlock

In U.N. Security Council

isconduct
Advocate Correspondent gether with their wholesale cost
and retail prices.
GETOWN, B.G. Jan. 14. The Governor, Mr, Ronald Gar-
full Court of Appea: today| yey, in a broadcast has asked
ad Barrister J. O. FP. everybody to co-operate in the

from practice for SiX| new “restrievions”. He also an- heme. Nene telaeve fens t-
following investigations) nounced the start of road con-| viet delegate, Mr. Jacob Malik
misconduct charge. The! ctruction to ease unemployment. | will not return to the United Na

also ordered six months’| Out of the population of about
nsion of the same practi-~| ¢9990, 1,134 people are unem-

on another charge of mis- ployed in’ Belize alone—Reuter.
put ordered such period z Lit

urrent with the period : os ~ “
cone First Pilgrimage

d in the other complaint.
To Holy City

tions Security Council after his
second walkout last night, until
two more members recognise the
Chinese Communists. This would
give a chance of approval for a
new proposal to exclude the Na-
tionalist Chinese delegate, - Dr.
T. F. Tsiang.

Informed circles agree that the
United States held the key to the

one case the court found
Haynes had retained six
re and twenty cents of his
is money for an unreason-

Jong time, and, although —-FOR TEN YEARS problem, Should it formally re-

! may not have been an cognise the Peking Government,
Wition to defraud it is none ROME, Jan. 14. |many felt that Tsiang might
misconduct. The first Roman Catholic Pil-} gracefully stand down, leaving the

though the amount in issue| grimage to Jerusalem for 10’ way clear for the return of the

this court cannot disre-| years will leave Rome by air on Soviet delegate and appointment

fact that many persons| February 16, the Holy Land/of a Chinese Communist repre-
colony are very poor and] Pilgrim Office announced here to-| sentative.
it is often the poorest who} day,

most when small sums; The occasion will be the cele-
we been able to raise are| pration of the entry into Jerusalem

negligence or misconduct} 5f the New. Catholic Patriarch,
egal practitioner”. Monsignor Alberto Gorie. The
. Pilgrimage will be a six-day
trip, which will include attendance
at the Patriarchs first solemn
, High Mass in the Holy City, and} Appeal Court today confirmed

practitioners do not appre-| Visite to the Tfoly Sepulchre on) annulment of a former”

ithe distinction which must} Mount Calvary, and the Mount/of the
Wiiawn between a client’s| of Olives, Bethlehem, Nazareth

and money received in| and the Mount of the Beatitudes.
nt of fees and added: “We During these visits, they will cross
j necessary to impress on| both Arab and Israel territory.
ters who practise as Solici-| They will fly back to Rome from
the absolute necessity of| Lydda airport. —Reuter.

a client's money separate -
their own and of keep ng pea
books of account.” or Efforts Made lo
Relieve Flood Areas
IN BRITISH GUIANA

other case of misconduct
on the use of the
another legal practitioner |
titor without his knowledge |
{Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Jan. 14.

The Governor told the Legisla-

ture that every effort was being



—(Reuter.)

Rossellini Now

solute Necessity

‘th course of the decision, ROME, Jan. 14.

commented that many

<

to marry Swedish Star, Ingrid
Bergman, Early this morning
Miss Bergman and Mr. Rossellini
got the news by long distance
phone in the Director’s luxury flat
here. Friends said that the Swedish
star was “wildly excited. Rossel-
lini’s wife for 13 years, Signora
Marcella De Marcais said, “I can
understand Miss Bergman's love
for Roberto. I am sure she can
make him happy”. —Reuter.

ves

signed

Youth Movements
Flourish In

West Germany

FRANKFURT, Jan. 14.

A 700 per cent increase in mem-
bership of youths’ organisations
since 1946 is one of the most en-
couraging developments in Ger-
many, Mr, Lee Wilson, retiring

htef of the Youth Activities Sec-
tion, Americ 1 Military Govern-
ment, said here to-day.

He said that the present mem-
bership in the Organisations in-
cluded from 25 to 30 per cent of
youths aged between 10 and 25.

About 510,000 youths in West
Germany between ages of 14 and
18 are out of school and unem-



‘consent “Such conduct is}
upon a client who is led to
that he has independent
®and services, of another
oner as counsel or solicitor
tbenefit he does not in fact| made to bring quick relief to the
and it also misleads the) food areas on the coastland. The
| before _which the matter} onsulting engineer already en-
‘for adjudication.” | gaged is devising ways and means
yhes was also ordered to pay | to improve the entire coastlan¢é
of the proceedings, $75. | drainage while work already start- |
ed to endeavour to appraise losses
. —(By Cable.) | prior to planning relief measures.
lie aetna rain The Public Health Department
is taking precautionary ere
ac ‘ \ . . »’s health in the
ms Team Defeat) tated areas
, Placards and handbills were dis-
cad Yacht Club \ tributed explaining the manner in
; | which water in the flooded areas
PAUL FOSTER). | should be used as it is feared
RT- | water from drainage trenches may
’ ee han, Jan. 14 ; | have found its way into fresh
the B acht Club werei| water canals used for drinking
Is the Y arbados team to- | and domestic purposes.
—. acht Club waters.| People are asked to boil all
800d attendance and |

b . ; water being used for drinking as| pjoved, —Reuter.
_ boys had things all | well as cooking, washing, and ae ‘
“Boo” maa, G. Grace, K. ; wherever artesian wells are lo-
atterson and J, Fos- ; cated residents are asked to use

= Scored a goal, suca water freely.

‘ prtuatie Nin yg end final| The Red Cross will also organs

iee a on Sunday | ise branch committees, the object

cd e Acting Gov- | being to assist necessitous cases.

» henison, will attend. Rains have held up, but most
areas are still under water.

—(By Cable.) )

Will Speed
Weather Forecast

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.
The United States Government
is setting up a 90000 miles coast to
coast landline network linking 40
of its largest. cities to speed up
weather forecast for pilots.
—Reuter.

Pope Makes
Recording

NEW YORK, Jan. 14.

Pope Pius XII has made a
special record of his, Holy Year
prayer in Italian, Spanish, Eng-
lish and German; and of the
Papal Benediction in Latin, a New
York company announced to-day.

Pope Pius, it was added; author-
ised the making of the record for
Milan, which is dependent on
the benefit of the Catholic Uni-
versity of the Sacred Heart in
donations.—Reuter.

One Creator

LONDON, Jan. 14.
Radio, quoting

—By Cable).

MIALISTS AND TORIES
P“LOPHESY DEADLOCK
U.K. ELECTIONS |

; LONDON, Jan. 14. |
i beliet that Britain’s February 23 General Election
WE both in political deadlock was expressed by sections
Bollowe:. ao and Conservative supporters here to-day.
per cent € two main parties said that a turnover of
BS Bocianc in the total vote of the 1945 Election, which
ati “ists into power might be sufficient for a decisive
ve victory next month.
that on the Party's record in the!

Ri 9 P M
© t S e @ j|total of over 50 bye-elections|
. War Chi f | eld since the present Parliament

was elected, a swing to the Right |
sufficient to turn the scales has!
i. ,. CAIRO, Jan. 14
Ene Minister Nahas Pasha has |



Many Conservatives believe

already been shown. Vatican

But Labour, while recognising

round] Free To Wed. Ingrid Stud

Italian Film Director Italy, Belgium,
Roberto Rossellini, waiting here} and Luxembourg will

sul
noted Italian physicist Professor





t IN A CALM SEA, yachts which will soon be taking part in the Barbados Royal Yacht Club Regatta,
;ride at anchor. Picture taken from the Aquatic Club.

‘ASIA IS URGENT’

Concludes Co

THE SIX-DAY CONF

lombo Talker

COLOMBO,
ERENCE of

Tan, 14,

} ihe State Department said,
| Department said that it was vo\

|
{
}

‘ | personnel
Commonwealth| na, when completed, official 1-

Foreign Ministers, which concluded hcre to-day, agreed

that there wag “no inconstancy” between British Policy in|
eVestern Europe and her links with the Commonwealth

“4

.
Half Ton Of Pig ,
'
BOLTON Eng., (By Mail). {|
Billy, the biggest big in
the world—he weighs half
a ton and is eight feet long ’
—has been sold to an ||
American farming syndicate }
for $2,940.
Billy is now on show in
Bolton but is scheduled to
be flown to the U.S. at the
end of January.
(INS)



France Italy
And ‘Benelux’
y Union

PARIS, Jan. 14.
The Finance Ministers of France,
the Netherlands,
meet in
Paris on January 23 to study the
creation, of an Economic and
Monetary Union between the five

countries, it was officially announe-

ed here today.

A new conference of experts of
the five countries will be held on}
January 19 to give finishing}
touches to the preparatory work |
done by a conference of experts
in December.

The meeting will precede the!
meeting of the Consultative Group
of the ‘Organisation for Buropean|
Economic Co-operation in Paris on|
January 26, —Reuter.

Rescue Workers Dig |

. 5 i: |
Into Mounitain-Side |
For Trapped Miners

MAHAWOY CIty, |
Massachusetts. Jan. 14,
More than 100 rescue workers
dug feverishly into the side of al
broad mountain here to-day in an;
etiort to reach two miners wrapped
by a cave in at the old Boston}
colliery yesterday. The. rescuers
were being directed by tappings
believed to be coming from the!
trapped men, Joseph Burda, aged



30, and his 25 year old brotner| ,

Edward. Another brother, 19-!
year old Frank, was caught up to|
his knees by falling debris, but
managed to save himself by lit-}
erally jumping out of his boots.
—Reuter.

$43,700,000 In
Gold Goes To U.S.

CALIFORNIA, ‘Jan. 14,

Big four-engined planes landing
here under heavy guards are be-;
lieved to be flying $43,700,000 in}
gold bars from Japan to New York. |

Crews of the planes are armed
too. The gold is understood 10 he
the property of the Kingdom of
Siam. A state department spokes-
man said to-day that Siam re-
cently notified the United States
Government that she would send
about $43,000,000 worth of gold to
Tokyo, to be kept in the United
States as a currency reserve.
American occupation forces found)
it “earmarked” for Siam in pay-
ment for “services rendered” to|
Japan shortly before and during
the early part of the last war.

—Reuter.

RUSSIANS







€ powers of Military > reco , Levy, said today that herr
fr of Egypt " y their reduced majorities in ‘bye-! Ajbert Eiastein’s new theor es HONG KONG, Jan. 14.
| @bolition of Marti: elections, point oyt that they re-) weze not incompatib’e with the| A Nationalist spokesman in
Toduced wher, artial Law,/|tained all seats won or held in! Catholic faith. Formosa to-day alleged that
in nen Egypt went | 1945. Labour also argues that fcr He said that, according
Palest
estine, was . the
Gemands os as one of the

: " Conservatives to
* his Nationalistic

profit, .a

ie dist Party t Socialist loss of eight per cent! theories gave the

Ma! Election. 7... Won the | would have to be distributed over) system its proper place

! WS Pag) aoe ae eek the country in such a way that its! the philesophic system had beer
te Sine Pa, as dismissed |most telling effe pon; deficient in demonstrating that
tee the 319... = 1944, controls | those istituencies where the} all . appearances .. of. created
is * Seats in Parliament. } Labour majority is smallest. matter reflected to one. Creator.
j —Reuter. —Reuter. ' —Reuter.
+

Professor Levy, the new E nstein | helping the Chinese Communists
philosophic | plan the invasion of Formosa and
So far| the Chusan Islands, according to
i Chinese

reports reaching here
The spokesman was reported
have declared that a Russiar
| military group was stationed st
Ningpo 34 miles, west of Chusan

Annowncing this, the i.nai com-
muniqu@ of the
that 1t Mad been intormeu vt
“current political
Europe ana tne

Lait
Midaie bast, ana

to promote closer co-operation,
vOlu pulitical ana e*onomic,

ius @pphed, the communique
sald, botn to co-operation among

the coumtries of Western Europe,

and between them and the Unneu |

states of Canada,
rne coOmmuniquie said that it

Conterence salu|

situation in

; OL steps which were being taken]

|

|
|

was recognised that, in the changea |

concitions in Asia, progress
pends mainly on an improvement
of economic conditions”.
recommendations to be
to the Commonwealth Govern-
ments is a proposal to establish a
committee of Commonwealth
countries with the object of im-

“de- |

Among | Wvuld
submitteu | Spring ol

}
ment takes an extremely seriou

4

Chinese Seize

U.S. Consulate

In Peking
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.
Chinese Communis: au
; hortie®in Peking seized Ameri:
a Consular property were i
}say d@spne protests by the United
}
| ‘

The

‘es, the State Department
nnounced.,

An_ official announcement saic
the seizure was carried oui “des

; bite our protests and our an
; nounced intention to withdra
; all American officials and sia

from Communist China,. if ih

Chinese Communists attempted t

-elze our office and properties.”
The United States Govern

view of this situation, whic
constituted a flagrant violation ¢
their Treaty Rights and of
most elementary
icrnational usage

the
Standards o,
and conduc

Th

preparing
recall of

instructions for ith
all American official
from Commun st Ci-

erican establishments in Com ju

nist-held territory would be

closed. There are 135 Amer'c

officials and dependents throug

out Communist China—Pekin
@ On Page 13

Russia
Expected
Jap Attack

In 1934

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14
Stalin expected that Japa
attack Russia in he
1934, according to
William Bullitt, first Amer can
Ambassador to the Soviet Union

Bullitt’s statement was included
in the second volume of “Foreign

proving conditions in Southeast} Relations of the United States’’

Asia, and the final meeting will be

neld in Australia, it was stated.
Satistied
The Conference noted with

satisfaction the recent settlement
in. Indonesia, and had also dis-
cussed conditions in Malaya, Indo
China and the Far East

The communique said that Asia
was the main
and “an area of
Distinguished visitors mor
than 50 reporters watchel the

nal open session of the Confer-
ence in the Senate Hall

Eleven plenary meeting Lave
been held since the Conference
opened on January 9.

As the Common wealth Minister
were concluding their Conference
the new Mayor of Colombo, Dr
Kmylan Rutnam, opened a “Peace

tocus of 4
special urgency



Conference,” organised by the
Ceylon Communist Party. The
2,000 delegates, who attended,

issued a pamphlet attacking the
Commonwealth Conference, and
calling for “mobilisation against
the war plans ot (mperialism.’
—Reuter.

Unknown Pirates
Seize 5 Jap Boats

TOKYO, Jan. 14.
Armed patrol vessels, whose
nationalities are unknown, have

ized five Japanese fishing boais
off the southwest tip of Japan in



|
4

issued by the State
tonight

Stalin

Department

told Bullitt this
United States recognised the Soviet
Uasion
Marshal Voroshilov and Litvin-
*, then Soviet Foreim Minister,

i Iso told Bullitt that they expected

rm imminent attack by Japan
Litvinov said that Jtussia was
vnder great pressure from France
ft oin the League, and that the
ryombers ef the Soviet Guovern-
ront eonsidered an attsek by
n in the spring s probable
{'°t everything possible must be
¢ e to secure their Western
frontier

|
|



|} meat is
| about

— (Reuter |

Germany Has No
Say About The Saar |

BONN, Jan, 14
French Foreign Minister, Ro
bert Schuman, tonight told re
porters that the German Gover!
not entitled to protes
any acvion in the Saar. He
speaking ut a reception giver
by the French High Commissicne
i was replying to an_ earlier
ss statement by Dr. Adenauer
Phe peace treaty will of course
tle the final s‘atus of the Saar |
*d may change the present posi- |
1. But meantime the Germal
Gcvernment nas no standing in|
the matter, The Saar is not in-}
«ded in the Federal Republic.

the last five days, Japanes : ; dan

i Aci “aadint Schuman said “In any case,

ry k “ials declare is Fh OGRs
ae officials declared te what we are doing in the Saar i }
“Barli ° fully within the framework of the |
Earlier radio reports from] ‘Vy. ae tae the |

xi agreements with th

fishing boats said that an un-| © tee oh dares to the ex-
» , ‘ ‘ > oe > ¢ 3 o . ‘

t 5 seiz Ss Ganr” —Keuter,

though no positive identification] <°°"
was made. Maritime official |
said that Korean and Chines: 7 A LW ‘ \
patrols had _ previously seized} UK nd Germany |
Japanese fishing boats south of| in . |
Japan. lo Discuss Trade |

e —Reuter.

Britain’s Influence |

“Vital To Europe”

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14.
Former Belgian Premier, Pau
Henri Spaak, said today tha
Br:tain’s influence was vital t
furope to counter-balance Ger
many. “if Great Britain turn
away from continental Europe i
will
the latter, but in the long
I am
a misfortune for Britain too.”
—KReuter.

HELPING



[s'and, from which the Nationa’
ists
of the Yangtse river.

The Nationalist spokesman al

be a great misfortune {v1
run
convinced that it wll he

CHINESE COMMUNISTS |

SAYS NATIONALIST SPOKESMAN

FRANKFURT, Jan, 14. |
Britain and West Germany will)
cpen extensive trade negotiations |
in Frankfurt on February 15, an
|; authoritative British source said |
here to-day. He added that an,
“important” British declaration |
would come here for the valks.
| The talks to expand and free
trade between the two countries
had been planned for this month
but were postponed until Febru-
ary, because of difficulties in getting
the experts together. The post-
poned Franco-German trade talks
in. Paris had tied up experts "i



the German sidé.—Reuter,
|

Kaiser’s Grandson

} FRENCH ZONE, Jan. 14.
Prince Hubertus of Prussia
randson of the last German

Kaiser, has left this week for

jsouthwest Africa to start sheep

| farming. His wife, Princess Mag-
jialena will join him with_ thei:
|) aughters—Anastasia, aged six,





leged that four Russian militar
advisers were attached to each
‘ormmmunist division in this area,

i more than 40 Russian artil-
cry experts were helping insta
ariti-aircraft defences along Chi-
na’s east coast.

. Reuter

and Maria Christine, a baby, next

are directing their blockade} summer.

Prince Hubertus, brother «

i

Prince Friendrich Wilhelm, wh«
had been living in England, has
gone with him, but intends «
return to England

Phe farm which Prince Huber
tus wili work near -Windhoe!
It is owned by Prince Friedrich
| Wilhelm.

—Reuter.

| SAY W.L DELEGATES

V.0.F. PROPOSALS TO BE
_ REFERRED TO GOVTS.

LONDON, Jan. 14.
‘THE West Indian sugar delegation which leaves
for home to-morrow after fruitless talks, to-
day accused the British Government of “improper
| activities’ in negotiating a sugar contract with

Australia. A. report which said that dis-
,cussions on Britain’s proposed

guarantee for 1953-57 of only
64,000 tons should be postponed

64. ; ost In until the delegation has consulted

{the West Indian Government ana
; the various associations was lett
| with the Ministry of Food.
The delegation complained tht
the Australians had reached a
: Satisfactory agreement with Brit-
‘ain in December, but the West
Indians had still not been told i-s
terms officially. The statement
said that the West indians were
told only a few days before the
talks began that there would be
= ah Nae Sedigg pat” 7 ; separate talks with the Dominions

le Sng nb hoo ee and Colonies, although a meeting
s.ablished that one member of _ Commonwealth Frodisaete: tit
1e crew was home on compas- | °°" called, 7

ionate leave. Naval divers and The Statement
rogmen, exhausted from their| The statement added that so far
ack of sleep went down through|®s the colonies were concerned,
ine fathoms of murky Thames}the Empire talks opened on a
1outh waters again to-day to be-| negative note. Britain proposed
sin the task of salvaging thej| that the present export surplus of
vreck. One frogman was able to] 1.240,000 tons of colonial sugar
et between the inner and outer] and 400,000 tons of dominions

*Truculent’
Disaster

SHEERNESS Jan, 14.
The death toll in the Truculent
lisdster in the Thames Estuary





ulls of the rammed craft, but] sugar should be limited to quan-
unisters on his back were too] tities of 140,000 and 700,000 tons
ig to let him get through the] respectively. “However in the
escape hatch in the after section | face of heavy pressure from the
{ the wreck, where remaining | colonial representatives, the most
urvivors if any could be]that the United Kin-dom would
found, ‘oneede was proposed limitations
Reuter. ot 1,550,000 tons of colonial sugar

and 80,000 tons of dominions

-_ e rm sugar.” The colonial representa-

é Die In The | tives then “reluctantly” stated

| they were prepa ed to accept a

r terget of 1,550,000 tons, though this
Worst Storm | involved a reduction of 250,000
pe , } tons, tecause there did not ap-

; pear to be any possibility of ob-

In 50 Years | taining further concessions, The

| igure of 1,550,000 tons was made
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 ; UD of 900,000 tons from the Brit-
A furious windstorm lashea| !84 West Indies, 470,000 tons from
across New York State causing| Mauritius, 170,000 tons from Fiji
widespread damage today as ite | “2d 10,000 tons from British East
blizzard which swept the Ameri-| Africa.
an North West Pacific yesterday, Dissatisfaction
he worst in 50 years, continued However it was on the subject

iN} aging from Northern California] of the British market that the dis-
| December’ 1933 shortly efter the} ween Canadian border.

satisfaction of the Colonial re-

At least seven ‘persons wer. | presentatives “reached its highest
reported dead in the wake of th | pitch”, the statement declared.
lizzard. Hundreds were strandec After much argument, Britain
in Washington and Oregor | proposed that a net requirement
Sates through bus and ra‘lway| of 2,050,000 tons should be made

akdowns, and more thar) up of foreign sugars, 250,000

100 motor cars were maroone: ! dominions at a guaranteed price,

now-clogged highways 450,000 tons, from the colonies
Portland, Oregon and Seattle at a guaranteed price, 1,100,000
well as dozens of smallei] ons from the dominions at no
wns, were virtually iso ated |guaranteed price, 100,000 ‘ons
rales blew down hundreds 0'| and from the colonies at no guar-
cphone and power lines need price 150,000
S‘hools in the affected areas Some of the colonial delega-
sed, A skiing school in Seatt « |

ions were under the impression

s forced to close today, Therc|that the quantity of 250,000 tons
vas too much snow, without guarantee meant that
—Reuter. this quantity of sugar wou'd
. have a guaranteed outlet in the
rpy.s 66 . United Kingdom market although

lhird Water ‘ot a guaranteed price,
. ; A special meeting was called
e * as" Ce .
Holiday For ind it was then made clear that

*

this was not so, “AIL that
meant was that the United King-

New York City

dom could purchase from the
NEW YORK, Jan. 14 co’onies in excess of the quan-
Wate short New York city is to] tity to be sold at guaranteed
he third “Water Holiday rices (1,100,000 tons) sugar to
xt Winday wan r evat he extent of 150,000 tons on a
ne> saay, « = ‘itive bas’s
fficials ¢ ne? to-day, on ve Das fF,
“ea ont ee ree . i ‘ " Therefore for all practical
aie _ ae lt the Cit : ‘ ‘a purposes the colonies were to be
hire Poe erent 389 mille required to agree to a limitation
mil eta Pasta litres, more | 2! 1:550,000 tons with a guaran-
litres % yg a, = i Ss “ltee on tke Un'ted Kinedom
eens CE PSO am “*) market to the extent of 1,100,000
month on ee
Supply Commissioner Stephen only i Reuter.
Carney said the ove all resuifs| ?
of Thursday’s water holiday WAS ih AX LIE?

WARSAW, Jan, 14.

when the public was urged to #0 ' 4
A Pol'sh Foreign Office spokes-

bathless and shaveless and the

washing of motor cars and tuses| man declared tonight that
was forbidden were “good, taking| Western news broadcasts had

all factors into conside ation,” | lied in their reports of a search

but added that the position was| at the flat of a French corres-
still “critical.’ 'pondent arrested here,
—Reuter, —Reuter.

GEN. DeGAULLE. URGES
FRANCE TO ORGANISE
ITS OWN DEFENCE

PARIS, Jan. 14.

A SPOKESMAN for General Charles De Gaulle, leader
of the French People’s Rally, said to-day that America’s
refusal to support the Chinese Nationalist stand in Formosa
might mean that she would abandon Western Europe, if

the Communists gained control there.
—4 If Russia gained “underground

admittance” to West Europe
Tse Tung Prolongs

through a strengthening of Com-
munism in Germany, France and
‘
Stay In Moscow
MOSCOW, Jan. 14.

Italy, it was very clear that the
reaction of the Americans wiil be
the same as that produced by the
threat which to-day hangs over

‘eneral Mao Tse Tung, Chair- | Formosa, and which will hang
men of the Chinese Communist

vernment, who has been in
oscow for nearly a month, plans
) stay for several week to work

over Tibet to-morrow.
ut problems concerning the exist-

He said:
“It was urgent for Western
ng Sino-Seviet Pact.—Reuter.

Europe—and France first to or-
ganise its own defence.

—(Reutcr.)

Stalin Receives
Indian Ambassador

Question Closed?

CYPRUS, Jan. 14.
Cyprus votes to-morrow for ot
fainst union with Greece in an LONDON, Jan, 14
Unofficial Plesbicite organised by Marshal Stalin today received

the Greek Orthodox Church in the
Island in defiance of the Govern-
| or’s declaration that the question
tis closed.—Reuter,

the Indian Ambassador to Russia,
Dr. Sir S. Radakrishnan, Moscow
Radio said in a message heard
here. —Renter

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x ATRE % | view” of portraits and pictures ayed through the a
xR % iby Mrs. E. Dorothy McAvity, cis Magnifice Bry
% 2 | |F.R.S.A., at the Drill Hall on phone—the Dew leet,
, oe. : TO AY | Friday afternoon. As Patron of fectionately ata ae
“a : aaa ‘ ~ -D the S.P.C.A., His Excellency de- rae ; : F number of discrims eae
% TO-NIGHT at 8.30 and Continuing 5 & 8.30 % clared the Exhibition opened ( lovers). The : imings
% VAN JOHNSON & JUDY GARLAND $ TO ras the many guests invited j : 2 na made a fet
¢ oe eh a by the artist were: Sir Allan and reception was ¢ 20h
% a ¥) MONDAY Lady Collymore, Sir John and be interesting CClleg
ma % | 30 Lady Saiht, Mrs. Stow, Lt. Col, people avyil
% a ¥ and Mrs. A. H. Catmpbell, Dr. and Ccunheil’s jny; + |
f KY . } ana 2 pbell, Dr. cil’s j
% IN GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME 3 | o & 8. p.m. $e H. E. Skeete, Mr. and Mrs. listening pn to he
% ¥ Packer, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Kle- smith’s “§
8 $| | van, Dr. and' Mrs. 8. B. Carter, the first Pe gone
$ tégether with > | ; Miss Ridler, Lt. Col. and Mrs. broadcast to-night
% a F SWEET MUSIC % | |Connell, Commander and Mrs. p.m, at
x HALF AN HOUR OF SWEET MU: a | Smithies, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. i
5 o | Mr. Dons of
x featuring : % | Campbeli, Mr. and Mrs, Guilliat cil told me the Bry
% ARNOLD MEANWELL Afid his MEANIES x | Dr. and Mrs. Fummer-Moore and quite a raw he
& ea, a 4 |many Canadian and American y :
& Syncopating in % visitors were unable to pige"
$ re’s yes: yes: in yout eyes x ies sok ae
% (1) There's yes; yes; in 3 ’ s ee «» ‘ asked Carib ae
% (2) THon’t see me in your eves x _ Film Show at Wakefield who might be jy
% (3) Someday you'll want me to want You ¥ S AN experiment the British orn should be
% ; , : > Council is giving its new tte Park by 8 15
ein ts — solo : Goodridge) ¢$ giving its 8.15 5
% (4) The Pagan Love Song csrennges solo : Herbert Goodridg 2 | series of Monday film shows a! to get a good wae :
s (5) Again (Guest Artiste: Eddy Halls) x | 4.45 p.m. instead of the usual broadcast Starts, e t
% (6) Calypso Time (Pudding Brown Bread Daisy) x ; time in the evening. It if
R SPECIAL Effects by CHARMER. % | ar - there may be many a
% ; oe ae } people who would prefer to see .
5 ' : eg ;a film show on leavi i First
. MCKETS FOR T WIT) S oP ; Is 5 % \@ eaving their
sy TICKETS FOR meee aad enter pa ON SALE % | work rather than come back to R HENRY L, q
< at the Globe from MOND/ $y | iown in the evening and towards M E INCE,
% - : % ; the end of the show have to a 4 ag0, US.Ay eng
x ‘ | wate j ry ; all : » Exhib- . Claren ‘
% om portant NX otiece % x “a i nek ee Sit 8S LEFT : Portrait of Mrs. Kievan, wife of Dr. Dean Klevan on show Oe ee aa aeiatk ah Rocks ts now ell |
Â¥ x | If the response to this experi- - of Portraits and Pictures by pont Dorthy McAvity, F.R.S.A. At rig % Se island, He ,
% PERSONS FOUND RE-SELLING TICKETS ment justifies it, the shows will Mts. H. E. Skeete, wife of Dr. H. E. Skeete. riday morning
4 " » i .
% bought from the GLOBE THEATRE above the sched- | be continued at this time. ; oe Passed Exam Spent Two Weeks Rico and Trinidad §
% ule Admission Prices will be prosecuted % f ae S te aie ne is Cabaret Show At Drill Hall EWS has just been received weeks’ holiday, He.
eer ere ; : ‘s ree and for adults only. No tic- 4 RS. C. Sadovnik, wife of the panied b
z The Public is requested to co-operate by not pur- % kets are required. The _ptv- Coie ential Mis, be y= age in Sik the Seaeatae of the Parisian Hat Staying ar thee
% chasing these black-market Tickets. ar gramme for the show on Mon- . . eee § ‘- Barbadian now studying in the —'-” propr idad, returned } > Mr. Ince is P
s ‘ day January 16th is as follows: A. W. Scott, Mrs. Glynn Reed and U.S.A. has passed with honours, Store, Trinidad, returned home ce is Prodym
% (Sed.) MAURICE JONES % : f ‘tlm. Showing Ms. C. B. Stuart are working hard er examination at the Manhattan yesterday by B.W.LA. after spend- . hee and Beck Co,
. ne - ree, of ¢ ‘abaret “~* “ a aa «2 oie ; reeks’ idav here. She 0 eB
* (Manager, Globe Theatre) % the Berlin Airlift parade, Preparing righ a a ee Medical Assistants School as a ing two wee Mbp Dah org Warnes Con
5 & Skyrocket Plane in U.S.A.. Show which will take the form of Laboratory Technician. was accompanied b; daughte

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tony by Leo Genn both of
whom are well known Brit-
ish actors of stage and
screen. The film is pro-
duced by Sydney Box.

4. Steel. A film in technicol-
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Steel Industry—the back-
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power,

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For Beauty Contest

ISS ANTONIA ZIADIE,
“Miss Most Beautiful
1949” and runner-up in
last year’s “Miss Jamaica” con-
test, and Mrs. Gertrude Sherman,
“Miss Jamaica of 1949,” social
of the “Gleaner”,
been invited
Government to take part in
beauty contest to be held at Bar-
ranquilla before the opening of
the Pan American Games. They
leave for Barranquilla on Jan. 17,

and will be the guests of the Co-
| lombian
| weeks.

Government for two

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plied by
his orchestra.

Among those taking part are the
Misses Grace Bishop, Daphne
Clarke, Fay Chase, Norma Mas-
coll, Rachael Evelyn, Christine
Gracie, Dorothy Roberts, Grage
Ward, Anne Keevil, Muriel Ashby,
Brenda Gilkes, Brenda Smith, Mrs.
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Crowe, Mrs. R. C. Springer, Mrs.
C. Noott, Mrs. S. Wolfe and Mrs
M. L. D. Skewes-Cox.

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To Join Husband

RS. J. Adamira came in from

Trinidad on Wednesday by
R.W.1.A. to join her husband who
i¢ now taking charge of the Bata
Shoe Co., Lid. until the new
Manager arrives. She was accom-
panied by Her littl daughter Anna

nd thev ere staying at Coral
Sands, Worthing.
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Back To Venezuela

TOHN KID III and Mrs. Reid

and small daughter, who have
been spending a long vacation at
“Cacrabank” have returned to
Venezuela afver what they des-
cribed as a wonderful holiday.
Mr. the BF.







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“JUNE BRIDE”
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A Warner Bros. new laugh-team
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Thursday Night at 8.30
Helmut DANTINE, Philip
DORN, Jean SULLIVAN in
“ESCAPE IN THE
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MODERNISE



REG CASEY seen receiving a Silver Cup from Mrs. Clifford
Zephirin at the All Star Night at the Globe Theatre on Friday

night. Casey,

who sang “Again”

catried off first prize. The

Cup was presented on behalf of Zephirin’s Bakeries.

In the centre is Mr.

CROSSWORD



Across

1. To Make @
is an ie faming-eticx of this

#. A safe seat in the house ? Should
be! (4)

i, Did_ he learn what he teaches

from @ trout? (5)

Maurice Jones,

Manager of the Globe.

Congratulations
a -aeg to Mr. and
Ormond Rollock of

Mrs,
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JANUARY 15, 1950

Company In America

From Frederick Cook

T is Hollywood doing to
. James Mason? Two of his
: are showing on

‘takin a terrible beating from

C wood’s staunchest
, er calling Mason’s
st side, West Side one of the

offerings for some time.
York Times complains
“as though burdened
ight of the world.”
- eee for even rougher

‘ment for his performance in *

Reckless Moment.
this one. the New York
News critic writes: “His role
ess Momer* is the
table yet. Mason gets
jing, but it’s Joan Bennett’s
ture all the way”.
Competition
r has Hollywood faced a
sar with such tough com-
Héion on its home grounds as

new British films have

se to join The Fallen Idol.
ng in the box office dollars
a new French drama—and a
d one—a film from Italy, one
‘Sweden, and even one from

as well as number

4 still holds first place. The

have been going wild over

# Little Island (Whisky Galore

sh cinemas) . aa it

e the picture no New

afford to miss. One

ie reviewer called it “the

chucklesome comedy of the
»

Third Name
fhe experts liked too, The
i Mr, Beecham, our old
ind The Chiltern Hundreds

ef yet another new name (it

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CELESTE HOLM
In She Stoops to Conquen

was Yes M’Lord on the stage here).

Least successful in gathering
laurels among the new British
foursome is No Room at the Inn,
which New Yorkers in holiday
mood are finding too grim.

They thought better of Silent
Dust, the film version of the stage
play, The Paragon.

France’s offering is Battle of
the Rails, a tale of French rail-
waymen’s contribution to the
Resistance, with narration spoken
by Charles Boyer. Technically
beautiful, as always.

Flashing Swords

Italy’s film is The Pirates of
Capri, all molto vivace and fiash-
ing swords and court intrigues and
revolution—lots of activity but
not much action. Good as costume
dramas go.

Sweden does somewhat better
with The Children, a sensitive,

| lay Compton—Famous

English

Actress

By Langston Day

T no time did Fay Compton
any other career but the

She was, indeed, surround-

by its influence from her birth.
grandfather, Colonel Bate-
had owned the Lyceum

in London and had given

nry Irving his first chance. Be-
éshe was in her teens she had
pn to learn the technique of
ig from such excellent teach-
as her father, Edward Comp-
her aunts Isobel (leading lady
Henry Irving) and Kate Comp-
} aid her mother Virginia
man, also an actress. In her
ol holidays, Fay had always
n to go with her father on
ptours—he had his own com-
ather than go to the sea-

Was her brother Compton

iekenzie, the well-known au-

wet, who advised her to go and

'Pelissier, of the famous ‘“Fol-

, for whom he was writing

M™es «and = sketches. Terribly

\ Fay gave Pelissier a

of her songs and imper-

and was taken on at less

£4 a week. A fortnight

after a game of tennis at his

se, Pelissier, lying uncomfort-

W ON a gravel path, proposed

» and Fay, not taking him

Â¥, pelted him with tennis

Is. Undismayed Pelissier re-

td his proposal once a week
, il she said “yes”,

considers the next two

B, When she was a Follies

| Quick,

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girl as well as Mrs. Pelissier and
delighted thousands with her
playfulness and her mimicry, as
the best possible training for the
Stage she could have had. Then
her husband died suddenly and
this 19-year-old girl with delicate
classical features and lovely Ti-
tian hair was left almost a penni-
less widow with a baby son.
After a desperate search for an-
other job she was offered a part
which demanded fluent German.
Knowing not a word of the lan-
guage she bluffed it out, sat up
all night with a German gover-
ness, and by next morning was
able to remember both the mean-
ing and the accent of her lines.

She is in the tradition of those
great actors of the past who could
switch rapidly from one form of
acting to quite another and whose
courage and resource was equal
tg almost any vicissitude. She is
not ‘temperamental’. For her,
acting is a professional job, and
whatever she is called upon to do
she does, whether it is tragedy,
comedy, “fey” parts, singing and
dancing, filming, pantomime, or
even musical hall turns. And the
remarkable thing is that in every-
thing she undertakes she succeeds
completely and makes a firm and
lasting impression.

She followed Iris Hoey in a
musical comedy called The Pearl
Girl, and there she met Lauri de
Frece who became her second
husband. In 1916 she, with a

easy way

loveliness

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9 orphans and their pet goat. A

wholesome,
film.

altogether creditable
Stern But Earnest

The Russian picture, Yeung
Guard, is stern and far too long,
but an earnest salute to the young
men who gave their lives in the
defence of their homeland.

It is propaganda, of course, but
justifiably so. The picture, once
four hours long, has been cut to
two and a quarter for showing
here, and the result is uneven.
Magnificent photography. Music by
Dmitri Shostakovich.

Best of the current none-too-
good batch from Hollywood is
Adam’s Rib, with Spencer Tracy,
Katharine Hepburn and Judy
Holliday. '

The New Plays

The Velvet Glove, by Rosemary
Casey. Stars, Walter Hampden and
Grace George. A mild, thin little
comedy effort about the way in
which a rather nice ol@ nun black-
mails her bishop by undermining
his campaign to raise money for
a seminary.

A kindly and placid show in
welcome contrast to some of the
sex-drenched neurotic Btuff on
which Broadway has been nour-
ished lately. But the glove could
fit a little better for some of the
cast.

How Long Till Summer?
by Sarett and Herbert Rudley.

Star, Josh White, famous negro
troubadour. Yet another play

about the colour problem. A negro
father wrestles with his conscience
in a dirty deal, his son wrestles
with bewilderment at his first en-
counter with racial prejudice. Lots

of inner turmoil, not much
“theatre.” How long till closing?
Bitter

The Rat Race, by Garson Kanin.
Stars, Betty Field and Barry
Nelson. A bitter chronicle of two
youngsters trying to “make the
grade” on Broadway. Some funny
situations, but not sufficient story.
The Rat Race will not finish in the

chorus, did England’s frst strip-
tease act in a revue called Follow
The Crowd, which made her the
Belle of the Trenches. Soon after
this she was in a “straight” play,
The Boomerang, which was pro-
duced by Charles Hawtrey, and
she starred with H. B. Irving in
The Professor's Love Story, in
about the worst woman’s part that
3arrie ever wrote.

But Barrie made handsome
amends for this later on. He
chose Kay Compton for his Peter
Pan in 1917, and then wrote a play
specially for her—his famous
fantasy Mary Rose.

It is easy to understand why he
did so. There is a “fey” quality
about Fay Compton and an in-
vineible effect of innocence about
her which in Mary Rose often re-
duced her audience to tears. By
some magic of her own she con-
veyed the feeling of ‘“‘other-world-
ness” so that as someone once
wrote, “Mary Rose is Fay Comp-
ton, and Fay Compton is Mary
Rose.” Indeed, she was a Barrie
leading lady par excellence. It
was while playing an unforgetta-
ble Phoebe Throssel in Quality
Street that she married her third
husband, Leon Quartermaine. Just
before this, both of them had
made a great impression in Som-
erset Maugham’s The Circle, por-
traying modern youth with an al-
most disturbing fidelity. It would
be hard to imagine a more start-
ling contrast between plays.

Years before, Maugham had
written to her: “When you are
driving along in your Rolls Royce,
swathed in sables on a muddy day,
and you see me on the pavement
plodding along on my flat feet,
just tell your chauffeur not to
splash me.”

Neither the sables nor the Rolls
Royce are hers even now. She is
not that sort of actress but she
can look back on triumph for



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JOAN

In Tight Little Island, the

West End.
She Stoops to Conquer, Maurice
Evans’s revival of the Goldsmith

classic. Stars, Celeste Holm,
Brian Aherne, Ezar Stone, Burl
Ives.

This is the first of four plays,
Evans is to do at the off-Broadway

City Centre—top price $3 (21s.-
5d.), lowest $1.20 (8. 6d.)—in a
bid to establish a Young Vic com-
pany here. Magnificent!

Plays to follow, The Corn is
Green (with Eva LeGallienne),
which many a rich woman would

exchange her car and her sables,
and probably a great deal more.

One of these is her Ophelia
which she played for the first time
to John Barrymore’s Hamlet in
1925 and for the last time in 1939
to John Gielgud’s Hamlet at Kron-
borg Castle, Elsinore, to eestatic
Danish audiences. She was ac-
knowledge as ~the finest Ophelia
of her generation and one case-
hardened critic wrote that she

had “the quality of elves weeping =

under the Moon.”

Another is her Paulina in The
Winter's Tale, which is said to be
her favourite part and perhaps
the most superlative of her career.
But. indeed, whether she is a
fairy-like Titania, an entrancing
Rosaline (of Love’s Labour Lost),
or a stony-hearted Regan, you
feel that she is an actress who
would havé, warmed Shake-
speare’s heart. And from such
varied parts she turns with ease
to a youthful or an aged Queen
in Housman’s Victoria Regina, a
skilfully un-gay wife in Noel
Coward's Blithe Spirit, or a mon-
ster of callous cruelty in that grim
play Little Foxes.

When Fay, who is tender-heart-
ed to a degree and once wrote to
Mussolini complaining of the
treatment of horses in Italy, was
asked if she dislikeS playing such
unsympathetic roles she replied,
“Not at ajl, I play the heavy
mother willingly because I have
so often had to play the dream
child,”

No other English actress has
ever had so many first-class play~
wrights at her beck and call, and
yet not only does she not scorn
pantomime, she is the greatest

Principal Boy of her time! No
matter how silly the songs or
banal the lines, she makes of

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The Devil's Disciple (with Evans,
Dennis King and old-time movie
star Victor Jory), amd a fourth
yet to be picked.

Attractions for the New Year
holiday period inelude: The
Member of the Wedding, Carson
McCuller’s dramatisation of her
novel of the same name; and
Happy As Larry, musical fantasy
by Donagh MacDonagh, which
London and Dublin have ‘teen
already, Direction by Burgess
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something which delights the

children and enthrals the grown-
up. And after doing two shows
a day for six days a week she is
as fresh at the end of ten weeks
as she was at the beginning. She
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; in the West Indies were disappointed when it was
Nee tee days ago that George Headley, West Indies and
Jamaica star player would not oe ae seb a Jamaica-Trinidad
ial tournament to open there next week.
aie ae hear, secehaing to a cabled Press Message, that
Headléy had pulled a muscle and would not be able to make the trip
Later news from Jamaica in this connection was in the nature of a
bombshell and was to the effect that financial negotiations between
Headley and the Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association
had broken down and the great George had been advised by the
Board not to be available for the tour. ;
To the Board’s offer to Headley of expenses and family allowance
of $100.80 and a captain’s allowance of $100.80, he had countered with
a demand for $576 and expenses excluding family and entertainment

“allowances.

IMPORTANT QUESTIONS RAISED

HIS is more or less a domestic matter between ene vo his

whole it poses some very important. questions
in ca eeu win of West Indices cricket. {It is no secret that the
West Indies Cricket Board of Control are now responsible for
Intercolonial cricket as well and so from ed _ aspect such
i ~must be of more than passing interest. , i
a ae wondering at the fact that-the West Indian cricket
public were given the excuse that Headley had pulled a muscle while
“it was a matter of financial differences. They are entitled to better
treatment. This leads one to ask whether or not Hines Johnson may
not be another financial problem child or he has indeed pulled a
muscle. ; ;

The time has come for some very plain speaking and some prompt
measures. If a man is not available then say so and also say why,
if the reason must be given at all. I am in favour of dropping from
the West Indies team both those who pull muscles too regularly and
if the occasion arises, those who pull funny faces as well

BLAME THEMSELVES
HE WEST INDIES Cricket Board of Control have only themselves
to blame if they find themselves in an untenable position with
professionals in the West Indies. There are rules to be revised and
amendments to be ratified but this has not yet been done and no
individual bullying, soft soaping nor evasion is going to solve the
tricky question of pay for play whenever it raises its troublesome head.
There is not much money to be made from these Intercolonial
tours when the high price of transportation and boarding and lodging
are taken into consideration. Added to this, under the new arrange-
ments that came into beimg since the experiment with the quadrangular
series, each colony of Trinidad, Jamaica, British Guiana and Barbados
are pledged to pay one quarter of the expenses of the travelling of
each Intercolonial team that makes a tour during the year, It can
easily be seen from this that there is not a considerable margin if
any, to toy with the idea of paying West Indian professionals, (for
only they are eligible for these series) any handsome sum for playing
in these games.

JAMAICA BOARD ACTED WISELY

T would be much better to do without them and give someone

else the opportunity to prove their worth. I think that the
Board of Control of the Jamaica Cricket Association did wisely in
turning down Headley’s request in the circumstances. It would have
created a most dangerous precedent and might certainly have con-
stituted a source of embarrassment not only to the Jamaica Cricket
Association but to other cricket bodies in the future.

I cannot, however, forgive any false statement to hide such. a
state of affairs. The public are entitled to a statement of the true
position and fancy reports like pulled muscles and the like to cloud
a serious issue only serve to infuriate the public when the truth be-
comes known and also place journalists who depend upon the veracity
of such statements, in a most ludicrous position

TRIAL DULL AS DITCH-WATER

ULL as ditch-water is my description of the First Trial game in

preparation for the forthcoming Intercolonial tournament with
British Guiana. I did not see most of Thursday's play, the first day
of the game, but yesterday’s was a dreary long drawn out funeral
display. It is true that Gordon Proverbs in a very careful and pains-
taking innings carried his Thursday's score of 23 to 108 yesterday
without a chance

One can readily agree with Proverbs if his innings was particu-
larly restrained since he has not had so successful a season and is
obviously out to impress the selectors.

On the other hand there is no excuse for the general tendency
yesterday to pat half volleys affectionately and to make matters worse
leave alone some atrociously short. of a length balls outside the off
stump and even on the pad

There was a general air of complacency about the whole affait.
The only refreshing feature outside of Proverbs’ successful batting
effort was a magnificent one-hand catch by Phillips in the slip to
dismiss Wood off an outswinger from Brewster and the excellent and
inspired ground figiding of Charlie Taylor on the boundary,

One hopes that this is not an indication of the standard of play
to take place in the coming tournament, because cricket can be care-
fully played but it can still be entertaining as well

A woid of praise to the Pickwick cricket club for the excellent
condition of Kensington ground It is a credit to the island and to
those who were entrusted with its upkeep.

SOUTH CARIBBEAN RACING REVIEW

OLUME II, 1948 of the South Caribbean Racing Review, $3.00

and $1.80, by Trevor Gale (Bookie of the Barbados Advocate)
has now been published. This is the second volume df an Illustrated
Annual devoted to the Thoroughbred Horses in the British Colonies of
the South Caribbean. ‘

To the laymen, like myself, the book is a tale attractively told, of
racing in the South Caribbean during the racing year of 1948. To
the racing enthusiast the volume is an indispensable record of form
times, prizes and performances for the period under review. ,

The South Caribbean Racing Review is a Work of love, whatever
might be the other reasons for promoting its publication Only one
who loves the sport above all other considerations could have amassed
the voluminous amount of statistics of all the branches of racing as
has been successfully done in this volume ,

The triumphs of the chestnut colt Ligan,
the bay mare Adventuress, the brown horse
Beacon Bright, the brown colt Brown Rocket, the bay filly Ocean
Pearl, the brown mare Determination, the chestnut gelding ‘Seawell
the bay colt Raphael to mention only a few, will not die unchronicled
but will live through these pages through the industry of one who
knows racing and can write about it well ,

There will be few sportsmen, if any,
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GORDON PROVERBS HITS
CHANCELESS 108

THE highlight of yesterday's play—the second day of
the first trial match played at Kensington Oval was a
chanceless 108 by Gordon Proverbs of Wanderers.

Kenneth Goddard, a slow right arm spinner was the
most successful bowler capturing five wickets for fifty runs.

Mr. John Goddard’s XI contin-
uing their first innings vook their

ADVOCATE





SUNDAY, JANUARY



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F. Worrell Scores
Brilliant Century

CAWNPORE, Jan. 14.

A BRILLIANT 122 not out by Frank Worrell, the Bar-
bados and West Indies Test cricketer, was chiefly responsi-
ble to-day for the Commonwealth XI compiling 236 for
3 wickets, when the fourth unofficial Test against India .

is



score to 270 in reply to Mr. Farm-
er’s XI total of 71. In their second
innings Mr. Farmer’s XI hit 69
for the loss of one wicket.
Johnnie Lucas and Proveros
continued for Mr. Goddard's XI
yesterday to the bowling of E
Millington and E. Atkinson on #
good wicket. Millington sent
down a maiden in the first over
to J. Lucas from the Pavilion end.
Atkinson taking a longer run
than usual tried to subdue Prov-
erbs but was unsuccessful. Mill-
ington continued to bowl] steadily
keeping both batsmen in check.
The 150-mark was soon reach-
ed. After Millington’s 15th over,
K. Goddard was brought on in

place of Atkinson. in his first
over Prover:s moved across and
watched and played every ball
carefully.

At the other end Norman Mar-
shall who relieved Millington
opened his over to J. Lucas from
the pavilion end and sent down
a maiden. Lucas’ end came when
he tried to pull one to the leg side
boundary from Goddard missed
and was caught by Atkinson at
short square leg.

The score was then 172 for
three wickets. Drayton was the
next man in and faced the last
ball from Goddard. But Drayton
did not last long as he was soon
out in attempting to pull Goddard
to the leg boundary and gave an
easy catch to Atkinson at square
leg.

N. S. Lucas followed Drayton.
Marshall continued to bow] stead-
ily. In Goddard’s sixth over
N. S. Lueas was given a “life”
when he lifted one to cover and
Smith (College) failed to take the
catch. But in the last ball of the
same over he jumped out to
drive, missed the ball and was
quickly stumped by Gerald Wood.
Branker (Cable & Wireless) then
joined Proverbs who never seem-
ed worried, and took his first run
off Goddard J. A. Williams on
the boundary delighted the crowd
with some lively fielding, as Prov-
erbs moved down the wicket and

punched Goddard regularly to
the boundary.
Undecided
Millington was again brought

on and Branker was very unde-
cided about his strokes. He how-
ever fell a victim to Goddard
while hitting out. He was caught
by Skipper Farmer fielding «ut
mid off. C. Alleyne the next man
in took his first strike from God-
dard taking a single between first
and second slip. In attempting
to hit a six overhead off Goddard
Alleyne mistimed and was caught
on the boundary by A. Lawless cf
Cable & Wireless. The scoreboard
read 221 for seven wickets.

Brewster followi:g Alleyne
executed many well placed cove:
drives off the bowling of Goddard
who was then keeping a steady
length,

Norman Marshall then came on
again and had Brewster caught by
Smith in the slip.

The luncheon interval found J
Goddard and G. Proverbs at the

wicket, Proverbs 98, Skipper
Goddard six

Century
After lunch Proverbs got his
century off Atkinson who was

bowling the new ball, by steering
a fast outswinger through point
for one after he had taken
single off J. A. Williams

a

He completed his century in 195
minutes, His stay at the wicket
came to an end when in attempt-
ing a drive to cover off Atkinson
he edged and was taken at third
slip by Norman Marshall.

Mr. Goddard's XI closed their
innings at 270.

C. Smith, and Gerald Wood
epened the bavting for Mr. Far-

mer’s XI. to the bowling of H
Brewster and Phillips.

In Brewster's first over G. Wood
was brilliantly caught by Phillips
at second slip. Wood edged the
ball and Phillips in a magnificent
effort dived to bring off an ex-
cellent one handed catch. Atkin-
son vhen joined Smith and at the

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ing to the pavilion after he had
scored a chanceless 108 yesterday
against Mr. W. A. Farmer’s XI

on the second day of the
three-day Trial Match.

first

close of the play Atkinson was 29
and Smith 31.
The match continues to-day.

MR. W. FARMER'S XI—ist Innings—?I

MR. J, GODDARD'S XI—1Ist Innings
A. Taylor b Millington 19
R. Marshall Ibw b Atkinson 78
G. Proverbs c¢ N. Marshall b

Atkinson 108
J. Lucas c Atkinson b Goddard 20
W. Drayton ¢ Atkinson b Goddard 0
N. Lucas stpd. wk. G. Wood

b Goddard 4
I. Branker c Farmer b Goddard 2

C. Alleyne c Lawless b Goddard 10
H. Brewster c Smith b N. Marshall 6

J. Goddard ec K. Goddard b T. Hoad 16

H. King ¢ wk. Wood b St. Hill 1

D. Phillips not out 1

Extras 5

Total 270

Fall of wickets 1—65, 2—111, 3—172,

4—180, 5—186, 6—196, 7—200 8—231
9—266, 10—269.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M R. Ww.

E, Atkinson 19 1 54 2

E. Millington 19 3 54 1

J. Williams 8 1 37 0

E. Hoad 63 1 31 0

N. Marshall 10 5 13 1

K. Goddard 13 1 50 5

L. St. Hill 5 0 26 1

MR. W. FARMER'S XI—2nd Innings

C, Smith not out ‘ 31
G. Wood ¢ Phillips b Brewster 8
E. Atkinson not out 2
Extras 3
Total (for 1 wicket) 69



Headley’s Absence
Regretted

(Advocate Correspondent

KiNGSTON Jamaica

Headley’s supporters
crowd the press witn letters
bemoaning the fact that the
Cricket Board of Contro} did ni
accede to his demand of £120
payment as professional, tou mak
the trip to Trinidad. ‘The sport
writers, who are in the main
worshippers of the great Jamaican
batsman, see Jamaica’s team beine
beaten to a frazzle by Trnida:
because Heaaley is not on the side
and that the English tour will b.
a flop so far as gate receipts, with-
out Headley as the great drawing
card.

The Headley-Cricket
Contro] issue is one of
The money involved would be
speedily forthcoming, but the
Board objects to having a pistol
thrust at its head as it were, s
Headley will not be on the tean
which will be selected in the next
few days.

George

Board of

principle

Whether Headley will go
England is a matter for the Wes
Indian selectors,

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opened here. Jock Livingston, the Commonwealth captain,

also played a notable role with 80.



Hassett And Morris
Score Centuries
vs. Border XI

LONDON, Jan. 14
Centuries by Lindsay Hassett,
the captain and Arthur Morris
helped the Australians put on 425
for 4 on the opening day of their

three-day match ¢ zainst Border XI

nere. Morris hit 106 for his 4tn
century of the tour.
three hours and hit 1i fours, and
gave one difficult chance when 61.
Hassett was still unbeaten at the
end of the day with 106, which in-
cluded 1 six and 5 fours. He had
a “life’ when he had scored two,
being dropped ‘ the slips off
Thorne. Ken Archer, who helped
Morris in an opening stand of
197, missed his hundred by seven
runs. He was at the wicket for
three hours, 17 minutes for his
93, and hit 6 fours. Sam Loxton
helped the score along with 81, hit
in 82 minutes with 2 sixes and 7
fours, and with Hassett added #7
for the 4th wicket
—Reuter.



Miriam Hopkins
Brightens Up
Cassada Races

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. JOHN’S (By Mail).

THERE was a small crowd at
the Cassada Gardens Race Meet-
ing ‘on Thursday. A great many
people complained of being un-
able to attend due to lack of
funds after a hectic Christmas.
Nevertheless it was quite a suc-
cessful meeting with some excit-
ing races but for the last race in
which there were four horses.
The start was extremely poor,
there was absolutely no thrill in
the race and a sound of disap-
pointment could be heard in the
whole crowd.

Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his A.D.C. Major Denis Vaughan
attended the Meeting. Mr. A. W.
Sweaney, Acting Colonial Secre-
tary was also present.

Music throughout the day was
supplied by “Brute Force” Steel
Band. Everybody seemed to apr
preciate the West Indian swing
music especially the large num-
ber of foreigners. It is eminent
that tourists especially the Mill
Reefers are beginning to dribble
into Antigua for the winter.

Whispering

There was quite a lot of whis-
pering among the crowd in the
enclosure when ,ghe news got
around that the actress Miriam
Hopkins was viewing the horses
in the paddock. Everybody had
a good look at Miriam in her
smart red and blue spotted frock
She is staying at the Mill Reef as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hicks
Kerr who have recently built a
house at the Mill Reef and reside
there most of the year.

Towards late afternoon there
was a chilly breeze sweeping
across the race coutse and most
of the ladies appeared in coats

and sweaters ‘which suggested a
winter atmosphere even in An-
tigua.

Only twenty horses were en-
tered for this meeting and St.
Kitts went off with most of the

prizes, the most successful horses
being Alamain and Atlanta owned
by Dr. A. W. Lake. Alamain car-
ried off one first and two seconds
and Atalanta two firsts. Gambles’
stables owned by Mr. Bob Smith
acquired the best results in An-
tigua.



How to enjoy

COOLEST,

SMOOTHE
SHAVE

He batted

Commonwealth won the toss,
and took first knock on a matting
wicket. They met with early
shocks, however, when the open -
ing pair were back in the pavilion,
with only 19 runs scored.

Then the Com-
monwealth cap-«
tain Jock Living-












ston, and the
West Indian,
Frank Worrell,

same together in
a stand of 151
before Living-
ston was out for
80. Worrell was
still unbeaten at
“Ethe close, having



rell’s first cen-
ury in the pres-
lent Test Series,
‘and included 9

F. WORRELL fours.
The Commonwealth touring side
won the first Test, drew the second,

and lost the third, so that the
present position in the series 1s
level.

India were again without Vi Jay
Merchant, their former captain,
whose injured hand had not re-
covered sufficiently to allow him
to stand up to the rigours of a five
days’ match, and V. Hazare, who
led India to victory in the third
test, was again captain.

The teams were:—

Commonwealth: Jack Livingston
(Captain), Fred Freer, Des
FitzMaurice, H. Harry Lamberg,
Wally Langdon, Bill Alley, Norman
Oldfield, Winston Place, George
Tribe, Frank Worrell and George
Pope, 12th man John Holt.

India: V. Hazare (Captain),
Mushtaq Ali, A. S. Modi, D
Phadkari, H. Adhikari, V. Man-

kad, P. Umrigar, M. K. Mantri, H.
Gaekwad, H. Ghulam Ahmed and
Kishenchand.



15,000 Watchers
The Commonwealth team made
a poor start, and their opening

pair, Oldfield and Place, were dis-
missed for 0 and 8 respectively
Then Skipper Livingston and the
West Indian, Frank Worrell, faced
the keen attack with every caution,
and improved the position with a
stand which passed the 50 before
lunch.

A crowd of 15,000 watched the
morning’s play.

Play after lunch began in some-
what subdued vein, but Living-
ston and Worrell gradually opened
out; despite the steady accurate
bowling, both drove and late cut
to perfection in raising the score to
170, when Livingston was out leg
before wicket to Hazare for 80. He
included 7 fours in his score, and
the with Worrell for the

third wicket put on 151 runs.

stand

Fred
Worrell,

127
o 187

Freer came out to join
and they raised the score
before tea was taken, with
Worrell not out 90. Afterwards
both freely, and Worrell
1 reached his century, and pro-

ceeded to go along at a good pace

scored



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until close of play when he was
122 not out and Freer 24 not out.
The fourth wicket has so far
added 66: runs
It was a fine recovery on the
part of the Commonwealth, con

sidering the early disasters.
The match continues today.

COMMONWEALTH 1ST INNINGS



N. Oldfield ¢ Mantri b Hazare *
Ww. Hazare b Gaekwad §
J n lbw. Hazare f
F not out 122
F 24
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Hazare 14 3 a
vaekwad 27 5 i ’
Ahmed 35 10 73 0
Mankad 9 1 s7
Umnigar 7 3 0 , 9
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THE time is now ripe for us to take stock of the (i
we saw in 1949 and the three-year-olds we expect to see qi
Starting off with my own Free Handicap, here is how I w,
last year’s crop over the distance of six furlongs ;
130 lbs. — Bow Bells 127 lbs. —Lazy Bones 125 lbs,
125 lbs. — Bowmanston 122 Ibs. — Mon Amis 120 lbs,— pu,
siyya 120 Ibs.— Top Flight 118 lbs. — Perseverance 118
Bow 118 Ibs.— Watercress 115 Ibs. — Colleton 115 the cam
115 Ibs. — Leap On 115 lbs.—Sinbad 110 Ibs, — Sun Glee {iy
Brown Girl 105 lbs.— La France 102 lbs. — Ceres 102 Tbs,
ance 102 lbs. —Sunny Hone 102 Ibs.

The above twenty-one two-year-olds were those
first four in the thirteen races which were framed for
Trinidad and Barbados, Comparing them with former y, as
it was one of the best seasons we have ever had and thes
perhaps only slightly below the standard set in 1947 by Liga:
Path, Will O’the Wisp II, Brown Rocket, etc. Of Course gyits,
of guess work plays its part in that assumption for the simnts
that the two-year-old racing at the last Christmas
decidedly botched up. The end of the season was there
conclusive answer it has generally turned out in the Past and y
this one is left more or less in the air, However, there we
things as the November meeting in Barbados, which fo
allowed us to see Bow Bells and Bowmanston in fo.
two separate days, while Fair Profit’s running at the Gh
ing was consistent enough to tell us that nothing was wrong ¥

NOT OVERRATED

I cannot, however, agree with the opinion in Tp +
Barbados bunch of two-year-olds were overrated. This op
formed mainly by those who have blinded themselves to thet
They will not concede that Bow Bells and Colleton were ,
they seem to have forgotten Cross Bow’s racing altogether, |

D
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we

never one to stick out foolishly for Barbados-bred creoles yj
have seen them proved inferior, There were the outstandins:
of Gleneagle, Jetsam and Brown Boy, who humbled our pride in
of-Honour, Radiance, and Front Bell. Although an examines
the records will reveal that the latter three beat all the other 7
creoles at the same meeting. Proof that although we may!
overrated our best, yet the standard of the whole was not 7
regarded. 7
But for me such insularity dies a natural death when le
to discuss West Indian racing affairs, and so I like to think o
two-year-old racing as embracing all those I saw irrespective
land of origin. For the 1950 classics, I have my eye on Fair
Cross Bow, Bow Bells, Bowmanston, Perseverance, Way ts
Princess Rassiyya. From these seven I think we will see them
develop, although my doubts about Bow Bells over this dist
considerable. I am also told that Wavecrest, a son of Goat
and Television, has far more speed than stamina. Yet his re
to Gun Site is so marked that I could not help taking him {i
staying type of O.T.C. progeny. But then I suppose one must
surprised if he turned out another War Lord. After I saw him}
quite willing to believe that his two wins at Arima were not§
and also that those who told me he was the best two- j
Trinidad might not have been too far wrong. Hence his high{
on my handicap list at levels with Lazy Bones. :

COURAGEOUS LAZY BONES

Of Lazy Bones the only thing that I can say for him is that}
a lot of courage. Otherwise, his appearance is far from ‘
He would also surprise me if he went on improving as fast or, $1
as his contemporaries, Of course it’s quite certain that whate rd
tance he goes out for he will do his best and therein may |
strength. But I prefer my above seven any day, altho
naturally, I may be wrong. nae

Speaking of Wavecrest above reminds me of Union Park, f
was there that I saw him. I also took the opportunity to
track after ten years and I was immediately impressed by 1 |
provements I saw. 4

Union Park track has been under a cloud for the past few
and the accidents which took place there only made matters 0
For ‘this year’s meeting, however, a new management has
complete circuit of new rails and the track has also unde
repairs. In contrast to the Queen’s Park track there is gi N
all around the course and not just in patches, The gradient of
banking on the turns is also well done, which is essential on at
with turns like this, But the important part is the rails; for Tam
that quite a number of the accidents which took place might)
heen avoided if they were more substantial. Well, substantial them
rails certainly are. In fact, they are stronger than anything M
seen in Barbados or Trinidad, They are also of the English’
The uprights do not lean outwards but the rail is fastened to a
which is in turn fastened. to the upright. The rail is the
six inches or more away from the upright.

UNION PARK GOOD TRACK |
With these improvements implemented I see no
Union Park should not again be one of the best tracks in #
on which to race, for it is not so long ago that this was my
of it. I remember seeing Buccaneer give the Trinidad crowd thel
opportunity of seeing him spiflicate his “D” class rivals before he
to the imported classes. At the same meeting the redoubtable
‘Taffare notched his first win from a moderate “F” class bunchif ‘
by the characteristic celebrations of Dr. Joe De Gannes. We
he big Brown Ayah make her last bow to the public
Musiu, as the late great Captain Cipriani told me, was bei By
purely to amuse himself. Pleasant memories of a meeting Will
country atmosphere when racing was still a sport and not aB "
only ten years ago and still fresh in the memory.

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EepNDAY, JANUAR
Wimmy Cozier
T, Cover W.L.
icket Tour
| pOR REUTERS

Correspondent
Advocate

. .SPAIN, Jan. 14.
OF SF formerly of the
aed Guardian” and the “Bar-
voli ate” will be travel-
England to report the
West Indies Test matches
‘ correspondent of Reu-
ney.
eienment follows ne-
ween the Caribbean
ation and Reuter’s re-
coverage of the tour. —
is, anxious to give a pic-
the matches through West
4 , invited oa to ioe
orga nisation for the period,
a 0. S. Coppin, Bar-
ae Advocate Sportswriter, pub-
a book on the last M.C.C.
ynich ran to two editions.
s also covered the matches for
3) English and Caribbean
‘his he was highly com-
y J. O'Neil Gallagher,
ly of the Datly Express.
fing Cozier thanking him for
sxcellent coverage” he dub-
t ing “infinitely su-
to Rewter’s.” ;
puncement undoubtedly
received through the
n since Cozier travelled
ly in the area as Hon-
ary of the Press Asso-
which his efforts have done

o sustain:
. ” —(By Cable)

arnera Injured

be , e
Car Accident

a NEW YORK, Jan. 14

9 Carnera, former Heavy-
oxing Champion and now
Her, was injured in a road
- Casey, lowa, yesterday
His car collided with a



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met suffered a deep gash on

—Reuter.

elp For Tourists

Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, (By Mail).
effort is to be made to sim-
‘the arrangements concern-
admission of tourist cars
he licensing of tourists.
‘some time past representa-
have been made to Govern-
that the laws and regula-
‘governing the admission of
ears and the licensing of
fs as‘ drivers, have been
cumbersome, causing
nount of difficulties to the
and that the minimising
conditions would have a
effect on the island’s
traffic,

.



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‘e980 Pupils

hundred and eighty pupils
Combermere School will
ne the new school year when
and secondary schools
mon Tuesday. At the end
term Combermere regis-

ifs, made necessary due to
$1, 1949 floods, of the
building of the school are
fcompleted. In about two
Major Noot, Headmasver of
bol told the “Advocate” yes-
the school will be ready
conveniently to the lower
} who were more seriously
by the damage to thé

on College ended last
with 548 pupils and has
ON seven more pupils. Last
the St. Michael’s Girls’
m recorded 330 but next

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Thoroughbred Horses
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By Walter

Sports Editor of the “Lancashire stayer of distances, whose triple

Evening Post’
The fact that Britain’s thor-

the world has been emphasised at
all the principal sales in 1949.
When bloodstock of the highest
quality was on offer there was
no lack of bidders and the good
prices realised surprised those
who had feared a partial slump.
Many colts went overseas and a
notable purchase of a horse that
had proved its class was that of
brilliant Royal Forest by a rich
owner in Argentina. ;

The list of winning sires for
the 1949 season reveals again
that blood not only counts but
lasts. Sire of 39 horses promi-
nent during the season was Near-
co, sired in 1985 by that great
horse, Pharos. Nearco’s pro-
geny won 49 races, the highest
total credited to any sire, and
netted prize money amounting
to £52,500 for their owners, the
season’s record sum. In 1948
Nearco’s progeny earned £49,000,
and in 1947 £30,000.

A significant feature of the
1949 figures was that two of

““What makes you think
Sir Stafford’s stay had

any effect on me—?”



Nearco’s sons also won large
amounts. Nasrullah. foaled in
1940, was third in the list of
winning sires, with a total of

£41,000, compared with £21,000
in the two previous years. Dante,
an impressive winner of the Der-
by as a 1945 three-year-old, fur-
ther demonstrated the value of
Nearco blood by siring winners
of nearly £20,000. This was the
first year in which Dante stock
competed. Eight of his offspring
won 19 races, a highly auspi-ious
start which is certain to be easily
eclipsed in 1950 and later when
more o. his progeny enter the
lists,

The magnificeut Hyperion, now
19 years old, and a son of the
illustrious Galnsborough, held his
high place among winning sires
with a total of £27,000, compared
with £62,000 in the two previous

years, and two of his best known and breeder would not be com-

of
the Derby family which has done

sons, Stardust (12 years old) and
Owen Tudor, a year younger, en-
hanced similar distinguished re-

cords. The progeny of Stardust
has. earned £71,000, and Owen
Tudor’s stock has won £10,000

more, Class, indeed, will tell: the
biggest contributor to the Nearco
total was Nimbus, best of the
1949 three-year-olds with tri-
umps in both the Derby and the
Two Thousand Guineas races.
Nimbus, ir due time, no doubt,
will add lustre to the reputation
of the Pharos-Nearco strain. Chief
honours in the 1949 classic field
were shared with Nimbus by the
filly Musidora, winner of the One
Thousand Guineas and the Oaks
races. They headed the list of
winning horses, Nimbus with
£30,000 from four wins and Mu-
sidora with £23,500 from three
wins,

Great Stayer of Distances

Prominent in this list was that
equine idol, Alycidon, a_ great

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money £20,000. To Alycidon be-
longs the chief credit for arrest-
ing the challenge of
trained horses. In other years
since World War II the French
method of producing both speed
and staying power had disturbed
Britain's breeders perhaps more
than they cared to admit. French
owners ir 1948 won £62,000 at
races in Britain and _ slightly
more in 1947.

Breeders in Britain pointed out
that they needed time to develop
the invincible pre-war combina-
tion of tenacity and_ sprinting
after concentrating on war-time
breeding for quick results, but
they were nevertheless highly
gratified to find their changed
policy so soon promising success.
The French owners have had their
worse season in England since
1945 with profits cut down from
£62,828 to £34,818. Nineteen for-
ty-nine has not been a good year
for racing owing to long lack of
rain and hard courses, but pub-
lic interest has been as great as
ever, proving once again how
deeply rooted the sport of kings
is in popular affection.

That great patron of racing in
Britain, the Aga Khan, who jocu-
larly said some time ago he had
too many horses, enjoyed a re-
cord season. He was. comfort-

ably at the head of the list of

winning owners with £69,000 won
in 39 races by 19 horses. The

leading contributors to this fig-
ure were those two high class
juveniles,

Palestine, winner of
the Gimerack Stakes and five

other races to the value of £17,-

000, and Diableretta, whose seven

wins earned £12,000, These colts

took the popular fancy more than
any others, and as with Musi-
their success proved the
value of fine blood. Musidora won
more money than any other filly,
beating Sceptre’s record winnings
of £23,000 which had stood since
1902. This filly was sired by
Nasrullah, a son of Nearco. Pal-
estine’s sire in the famous Fait
Trial, and Diableretta is the first
of Dante’s colts—Nearco again—
to achieve real distinction.

The Derby Stable

The Aga Khan’s winnings com-
fortably beat his previous best
figure of £65,000 in 1934, and his
aggregate has been surpassed
only once in the history of the
turf in Britain, by the Duke of
Portland 60 years ago with £74,-
000. In the last 20 years the Aga
Khan has missed his present dis-
tinction only ten times. He was
first a winning owner in 1924,

The seroll of honour as owner
plete without the inclusion
more than any other to establish
and build the great reputation of
Britain’s turf history,
of Derby was the second highest
winning owner’ with £35,000,
mainly due to the triumphs of
the gallant Alycidon, The young
Earl’s late father’s stud gave him
second place to the Aga Khan in
the list of winning breeders,

In a review of the season,
which is both highly competitive
and strenuous for a jockey, Gor-
don Richards proyed his superi-
ority over his ~ontemporaries,
even at the age of 45, by again
finishing as leading jockey, His
261 winners failed by only eight
to equal his record of 1947 and
he was the champion jockey for
the 22nd time. During his 28
years’ riding this great sports-
man has ridden 3,966 winners, a
truly wonderful record,

awith



and Doncaster Cups
oughbred horses are still widely equalled a 70-year-old feat. Two
acknowledged to be the finest in other wins made Alycidon’s prize

French

The Earl

AUSTIN

SUNDAY



Liv erpool |
Loses Lead |
In Ist Division|

LONDON, Jan. 14.

Liverpool lost their position at
the head of the First Division to-
day when they were beaten 3—0
by Bolton at Bolton. Manchester
United with a 1—0 home victory
over Chelsea take the lead by vir-
tue of their better goal average.
Each have thirty-five points. Liv-
erpool,, who have their lead since
November 5, were three down at
half-time. They fought back but
failed to get any quarter. Both
Liverpool and Manchester United
have played 26 games. Blackpool
in third place strengthened their
chances with a 1—0 home win
over Aston Villa while Wolver-

hampton lost ground, being beaten
at Middlesbrough 2—0. Ports-
mouth with a 2—1 win over

Everton take fourth place. Toten-
ham also lost their unbeaten away
record to Leeds United, who won
3—0. It was the first time this
season Totenham failed to score.
They still lead the second division
by 10 points, Sheffield Wednesday
who lost to Plymouth 4—2 fol-
lowing with thirty-four points.

Football Results

SCOTTiSH LEAGUE DIVISION,— A
Aberdeen 4, Celtic 0. Clyde 1. Dunnder

ee

Hearth I, Th'rd Lanark 0. Mother
well 0, Patrick Thistle 2, Queen of the
South 2, Hibernian 2. Raith Rovers 2
St. Mirren 1. Rangers 3, Falirk 0. Stir-

‘ng Albicr 1, East Fife 1.

DIVISION B.—Albion Rovers 3, Allo<
Athletic 2. Arboath 1, St. Johratone 3
Ayr Unitad 4, Dumbarton 2, Cowden-
beath 3, Hamilton Academicals 2. Lun
dee United 1, Dunfermline Athletic 1
Moreton 1 Aidrieonieans 0. Queens Park



Congrats to Mr

Down in

ADVOCATE

JAN 8.

of

Last Monday was clection

For Vestrymen in

NO.

Last Week



town

And both of us deciaed

To vote; so we went down
. . *

Well our friend Tommy Miller

Who felt cooked in the stew,

When the elections finished

He gained place Number Two

Miller

We hope this very year

St. Michael's

Vestry

He'll serve us without fear

Was one

But Friday night, boys, listen,
big Union night
When Mottley and the big guns

Start firing left and right
. * .

You know well in Barbados

Crowded with men to spare

There is room for another Union

Yes! another Union here
. . .

So crowds of Bajans gathered

From town and country too

And they paid great attention

To hear this Union's view
. ° .

1, Kilmarnock 3 Stenhousemuir 1, For- | Well Joe and Robert sat down
for Athletse 1. Next to the Synagorue’s door
FIRST DIVISTON: Arsenal 1. Hudders- | And boys this is no fiction
feld Town 0. Brimingham City 1. Sun- The cannons simply roar
aerland 2. Blackpool 1, Aston Villa 0, . ’ -
Bolton Wandere; 3. Liverpool 2. Derby | This Caribbean Workers’ Union
County 1}, Burnley |. Everton 1, Ports- They made it very clear
mouth 2. Fulham 1, Manchester City 0 Are not accepting workers
Manchester United 1, Chelsea 0. Middles- From no other union here
brough 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 . . .
Newcastle United 1, Charlton Athletic 0. | yoy pay six cents or nine cents
West Bromwich 0, Stoke City 0. i What ever you arrange
SECOND DIVISION — Barnsley 7,/ and when you are not working
Grimsby 2. Blackourn Rovers 3, Leices- You'll get a piece of change
ter City 0. Bientiord 2, Bradford oe . ° .
diff City 1, Bury 0. Coventry y 70, e * a .
Preston Nerth End 0. Hull City 1. Ches- ge ee =

terfield 0. Leeds United 3, Tottenham Hot-
spur 0. Laitton Town 1, Queens Parr
Rangers .. Sheffield Wednesday 2, Ply
mount Argyle 4. Southampton 1, Swan-

So all the Union benefits

Will come to you and me.
. . .

ra 7 - Each member if he cares to
m2. Westnam United 0, Shef- Fac .
field a 0 : ' Can take a careful look
‘ To see that every penny

THIRD DIVIS‘'ON SOUTHERN: Brigh ,
ton 5, Newport County 0. Bristo} City 1
Bristol Rovers 2. Exter City 1, Leyton
Orient 1. Ipswich Town 2, Reading 0
Millwall 9, Northampton Town 2. Notts
County 0, Crystal Palace 1. Port Vale 2.
Watford ~. Southend United 1, Bourne-



and then

Is registered in the book.
. * .

One Union has this Slogan
Reciting now
“The merchants got the money
But “we” union got the men.”
. . *

mouth 0. Swindon Town 0. Nottingham
Forest 5. Torquay United 4, Aldershot 0,| The Caribbean has this Slogan
Walsall 1, Norwich City 1 It represents great and small
—Reuter. “A square deal for the workers
An honest deal for all.’
* . e
‘ 5 So boys you better join up.
De Gas eri Not those who're are in the
. The Caribbean has a clean sheet

To register “the rest’.
= :

.

Joe turned to Comrade Robert

WillForm |.
6th Cabinet | *

nd said:
Caribbean Workers’

this is my view
Union
Is the better of the two.

‘ .

So we'll enlist to-morrow

Believe this if you may
ROME, Jan, 14. We'll pay subseriptions weekly
And drink a J & R every day

President Luigi Einaudi today
charged Christian Democrat
leader Alcide De Gasperi with the
formation of a new Government.

This will be the sixth post-war
Cabinet, headed by the 68-year-
old De Gasperi. He resigned as
Premier two days ago to reform
the Cabinet.

Signor De Gasperi will start
consultations with political lead-
ers immediately, but names of the
new Cabinet are not expected
until next week,

After two days of political con-
Sultations, which climaxed the ]},
Government’s three months’ old i
crisis, President Einaudi summon- } |
ed Signor De Gasperi to the
Quirinal Palace this morning for
formal acceptance of his Govern-

}
ment’s resignation, and to ask
him to form a new Cabinet. {

Earlier to-day, President
Einaudi had called on veteran

Italian statesman, 79-year-old ex-
Premier Vitoria Emanuele Or-
lando, lying sick at his home, for
the last of his consultations be-
fore entrusting the Government
once more to Signor De Gasperi.
—Reuter.

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Published by The Advocate Co, Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows

Sunday, January 15, 1950

Breken Promises

IN SPITE of Lord Trefgarne’s recent
statement that the number of ee
approved by the Colonial meveneers
Corporation and fully operational in
November last was 28 with a capital com-
mitment of £14,500,000, and the recent
announcement that C.D.C. have success-
fully negotiated for a concession of 500
square miles of forests in British Guiana,
yet there is still dissatisfaction at the pro-
gress made, and the opinion is expressed
freely that little is being done for the
countries of the Caribbean.

The man in the street, as well as the more
educated is becoming more and more de-
spondent. And now the Bishop Designate
of Trinidad is the latest recruit to those
who are warning the Colonial Office and
the respective Governments of the various
territories that patience is being exhausted.

Writing of the frustration experienced in
British Honduras, the Bishop gives an im-
pressive list of the commissions, technical
specialists and high ranking civil servants
who have visited the colony, and of the
kindly promises made and schemes put
forward which foundered before they were
put into operation. “There is something
wrong with our methods of Crown Colony
Government,” writes the Bishop: It is
not the man, either in the Colonial Office
or the Colony, it is the method. It is the
interminable delay and reports, the visits
of the highly paid experts, and the deci-
sions that are taken with little reference
to the moral and human needs of the
individuals that live in the colony,
which are completely frustrating.” The
Bishop points out that the people of British
Honduras have time and again protested
their unswerving loyalty to the British
Crown in the face of claims of the neigh-
bouring Republic of Guatemala.

That there can be no moral justification
for holding huge areas of undeveloped
land unless they are to be used for the
benefit of the inhabitants and of any Brit-
ish settlers who will help im the opening
up of these virgin territories is a sentiment
that will be subscribed to by most West
Indians who are now ekring out a precari-
ous existence in overcrowded islands from
which there is little prospect of emigrating
in search of prosperity.

The countries around the Caribbean
have closed their doors to West Indians
and they are unwanted in the Dominions
and in the United States of America. For
over thirty years they have been buoyed
up by promises of a new Eldorado in Brit-
ish Guiana. And after the conditions were
not found to be suitable for Assyrians or
Jews, who were given priority of settle-
ment, West Indians again had reason to
hope that something would be done when
the Evans’ Report was published. But at
the rate at which progress is being made,
and if the figures given of the labour need-
ed initially on the new 500 square miles
concession are correct, then it will be
many years before any appreciable flow
of emigrants will be leaving Jamaica and
Barbados and the other overcrowded
islands for the South American Colony.

Patience it is said, is a virtue, but, in this
particular instance patience can only lead
to disaster. Statistics show that the rate
of increase in the population in these
islands is alarmingly high and that unless
there is an outlet there will soon come a
time when it will be beyond all human
effort to provide even the barest of living
standards for the dense population.

While British Guiana was the original
Mecca, the Evans’ Report stimulated hopes
that British Honduras would, within a
reasonable time, be able to absorb some
of our excess population. But now that
no less a personage than the Bishop of
Honduras has confirmed the opinion that
the same campaign of masterly inactivity
is being waged in the Central American
Colony, it may be as well for the United
Kingdom Governmen: to take heed of the
Bishop's warning that “none can tell what
results poverty and suffering and the
anguish of spirit of a frustrated people
may have.”

While failure to implement schemes has
brought down bitter criticisms on the heads
of the planners and the Colonial Office, it
did not stir up the feeling of resentment
which devaluation of the British Honduras

OUR READERS SAY:
ipenntimenpenidlinomenetecr

co

Some Suggestion

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Mr. S. A. Walcott jn
thanking tis taxpayers of St.
James for returning him at the
head of the poll at the Vestry
election, on Monday last, asked
them to bring to his notice any-

should form

lines,

tender-in good faith:
themSelves
Committee (a) to enquire into the
running of the Sanitary Depart-
ment with a view of reorganising
it along modern and up-to-date
For this purpose they could

jollar and the utter disregard of the prom- |
Sane by the Ministry of Food to the |
West Indian Sugar producers have man-
aged to accomplish almost over-night,

When Sterling was devalued the position |
of British Honduras, whose currency had |
been linked for generations with that of
the United States of America, was care-
fully examined and special concessions
were made in regard to the currency of the
colony.. Within three months the special
concessions and the promises given to the
people of Honduras were over-ridden and
forgotten, and in spite of protestations and
the solid vote of the unofficial members of
the Legislature the special powers of the
Governor were invoked to devalue the
dollar. :

These two incidents, coming so close
together, have had a shattering effect on
the faith which the peoples of the Carib-
bean formerly placed in the integrity of
the Government of the United Kingdom.
It is this faith and knowledge that a prom--
ise was as good as a bond that has linked
the countries of the Commonwealth. If
this faith is lost then anything may hap-

n.

The West Indian may be classified
among the backward peoples of the world,
but he needs no dose of British culture nor
extra-mural educational courses to make
him realize that he is being used as a, politi-
cal pawn. Neither West Indians nor other
Colonials, whether from Mauritius, Africa
or Fiji, will be prepared to continue in
voluntary association with a Common-
wealth in which Ministerial Departments
are more concerned with the cost of sugar
on the breakfast table of the British house-
wife than the very existence of a colonial.
And the fact that they suspect that after
the election the same Government if return-
ed may reverse their latest decisions, and
throw overboard the promises made to the
British electors, makes them even more
aware of the precarious position of the
colonies.

If the confidence of the colonial is to
be restored something must be done
without delay to remove colonial affairs
from the sphere of internal political cam-
paigns in the United Kingdom.

No Colonial is prepared to be sacrificed
on the altar of full employment for the
people of Britain.

Grow More Fruit

“FARMERS’ DAY” must be ranked
among the major progressive features
instituted by the Agricultural Department
within recent years. Started as a natural
corollary the District Agricultural
Stations, the advantages of meeting in
friendly rivalry at these Farmers’ shows,
where expert agricultural information
could be obtained free of charge, were
quickly appreciated by peasants, and to-
day “Farmers’ Day” in the parishes is
looked forward to by peasants, small
holders and all who have interests in the
produce of the soil. '

There is always something of interest
and of economic value to be acquired at
these meetings, and the recent show at
Groves was no exception to the general
rule,

The need for fruit cultivation cannot
be stressed too strongly. As long as every
square foot of the best agricultural lands
is reserved for the major economic crop—
sugar—there is no likelihood that Barba-
dos will ever be able to grow sufficient
fruit to supply the needs of the island.
But it should be possible, with little effort,
to retain within the colony a consider-
able portion of the money which is now
expended on importing fruit from the
neighbouring colonies. And, even if
little were saved, an increased supply of
home-grown fruit would find a ready
market.

Few people realize that over £20,000
worth of fruit is brought into this island
annually, The greater part of this fruit
comes from St. Lucia, Dominica, St, Vin-
cent and Trinidad, with St. Lucia and
Dominica ranking as the chief suppliers,
British Guiana, Grenada, Montserrat and
the French Indies also supply small quan-
tities of the fruit landed here,

In spite of this ‘omparatively large sum
Spent on importation of fruit, few in Bar-
bados can enjoy the luxury because freight
rates and the losses through damage peg
the prices above the means of the average
worker. If every peasant and every house-
holder would follow the advice of the
Department of Agriculture, then there is
no reason why Barbados should not pro-
duce an appreciable fruit crop which
would go a long way to ensure that more
of the population had access to the health-
giving vitamins contained in fruit juices,

to

The Vestry

could advise along this line to-
into a

gether with a representative from
each district or area in the parish).

(ec) Erect a few baths and
latrines along the seacoast. The
Chief Inspector could advise on the

1911.

1930.

thing that was going wrong in
the parish and any suggestions
that were made for the benefit of
the parish would receive his at-
tention.

Your correspondent B. S. Searles
has ably dealt with the poor, sani-
tation and appointments in a
recent issue of your newspaper.
While I share his views to some
extent in appointments 1 differ
from him in this respect. The
Commissioners of Health or any
set of employers shold always
try to get the best material for
their money. If the men and
women of the parish fail to put
themselves to the trouble to get
qualified for the position of Nurse
or Sanitary Inspector, it is nobody's





fault but their own if they fail to
get the job

y view is when a job is vacant
give the be qualified am <

li {f they come from Trini

, St. Vincent or Jamaica. Here ar

are a few iggestions

which I sg;

invite the Chief Inspector of the
Board of Health, the Chief In-
Spector of St. Michael together
with the Chief Inspector of the
Parish and if possible the Chief
Medical Officer or the Sanitation
Officer; not because I feel that our

Chief Inspector cannot give the
right information or plans for
setting up a proper department,

for I know he is quite able to do
this, but because I feel the advice
of the gentlemen mentioned would
certainly carry greater weight
with the Commissioners of the
parish or the Vestry as the case





may be.

(b) Review salaries of all
parochial servants and readjust
them to suit the present cost of
living

(ce) Review pensions of the
Nd give a littl

(d) Erect

eas of the the R I
pe d e Chief Inspe

most suitable sites for this pur-
pose. Money to be supplied by
Government.

(f) A central playfield (say be-
tween Trents, Sandy Lane or even
Rectory Lands) for people on the
flat of the parish. Mr. J. H.
Wilkinson, a broadhearted gentle-
man has already given the people
of the hilly area a nice bit of land
for their recreation, but govern-
ment should be asked to supply
a piece of land ir. this area for
the people. Playtields should be
supplied by Government and
maintained by the parish.

(g) Proper quarters should be
built for the nurses of the Alms-





house, The present quarters are
a disgrace to the parish
(h) Folke ne should be sold
i modern house built for the



overhauled and
built

ew one

ped) 48 Se ae urge. he sila

l was still

SUNDAY








the Party . .





‘Sitting on



Zilliboy

“Pm gery hurt .°. . my long years :
. faith in the Prime Minister is just a little
dimmed . . +”



“*No—I can’t come tothe Extra:
ordinary Meeting of the Central
London Fabian Society—I’m
dining with Mr. Butler at the

Carlton Club.”

ADVOCATE



~~

O

Y-YES!”

the Fence

By Nathaniel Gubbins

ARGUMENT about whether

January 1 marks the 49th or 50th
year of the 20th century doesn’t
matter to me.
I have lived through it all and
didn’t like any of it.

All I know is that

Here are the low spots of my

life starting at the beginning of
the century: —

About 1900. Aged about siz.
Heard roar of cheering in
streets of London. It was relief
of Mafeking. Didn’t like the

noise, Cried’ and was taken
home.
1901. Went to school. Punched

and kicked
Didn’t like it,
taken home.
Got a job. Didn't like it,
Nearly cried, Went home.

.

1914. Enlisted in Army. Didn’t
like it. Too old to ery. Couldn’t
go home.

1915. Went to France. Didn’t
like it. Sick. Invalided home.
1919. Released from Army. Got
a job. Didn’t like it. No use
crying. Money to take home.
1921. Fired. Didn’t cry, but went

home.

1922. Got another job. Didn't like
it. Got married, First quarrel.
Didn’t like it. Nearly cried.
Nearly went home.

1923-29. Working ‘as reporter.
Didn’t like it. Reporters too
tough to cry. Went home when
I could.

~

by bigger boys.
Cried and was

* *

Started funny column.
Nobody laughed. Nearly cried.
Went home.

1939. War. Didn't like it. Munich

enough to make anybody cry.
Went home.

1940. Bombs. Didn’t like them.
Home Guard. Didn't like it,
But nothing to cry about. Could
always go home.

1945. Peace. Didn't like it. Ration-
ing continued. Didn’t like it, In-
come tax. Didn’t like it. Felt
like crying. Went home. :

1946. Left Surrey Nest for Sea
Nest. Didn't like sea. Don’t like
sea now. Shall never like sea,
No use crying. Sea is home.

1949. Invited to join Special Con-

. Stabulary “in case.” What?
Another war? Another uni-
form? Didn’t like it. Felt like
crying. Went home.

One Good Deed

IN Port Elizabeth, South Africa,

one good deed a day is per-

formed by local scoutmasters

who sit in with lonely wives

while their husbands are out

with the boys, There is no

charge.

—From the news.

EVEN if you are a scoutmaster
you don’t have to sit right at the
end of the divan.

I'm quite comfortable here,
thank you.
Then I shall sit your end,

Isn’t that nicer?
Well, yes. In a way.

You don’t sound very enthusi-
astic.

Oh, yes, I am. But one has to
remember one’s a scoutmaster.

But scoutmasters do the most
terrible things. I’ve read about
them. .

There are black sheep in every
fold,

Il simply adore black sheep.
What's that badge for? Making
fires out of little bits of flint?

Yes.

And that one?

Good conduct.

Don’t move back any further.
You'll fall over the edge. Shall
I tell your fortune? '

Why, yes. Of course.

To-night you’re going to lose
one badge and win another.

Am I?

You’re going to lose your good
conduct badge. How do you like
that?

Welt ocx

And win a badge for starting
another little fire. Do you know
where?

Really, Mrs. Bracegirdle.

A little fire in my heart. Shall
I tell you something else?

You'd better not. I thought I
heard a key in the front’ door.

Oo’s got black sheep’s eyes, co
has.

-.Oh, hello, Bracegirdle,
goo’ time?

Yes. Have you?

In the Club

“WELL, what’s going to happen
now?”

“About what?”

“The Government. I suppose
you think the Conservatives are
going to win the election?

“No, I don’t”

“Because if you do you're
wrong. The Socialists will get in
with a majority of at least 190,
if you ask me.”

“I didn’t ask you.”

“After all, who benefits by
Socialism? Not the people with
initiative and brains, but the
people with no initiative and just
enough brains to see when it’s

Had a



Teday’s Thought

VERY TRAIT of beauty
may be referred to
some virtue, as to inno-
cence, candor, generosity,

modesty, or heroism.
—ST. PIERRE

HAT a man does, not

what he feels, thinks,
or believes, is the uni-
versal yardstick of be-
haviour.

—BENJAMIN C. LEEMING



s For luprovements In St. James

This could be done by obtaining a 1920. He went on to make re-

loan for the purpose,

These Sir, are my Suggestions
for the Vestry and I hope they
will receive them in the spirit in
which I give them.
REASONABLE TAXPAYER,

A Deserved Tribute
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should like to pay tri-
bute first to the modesty and
secondly to the masterly handling
of the pen picture of the West
Indies Cricket Captain’ John God-
dard appearing in your issue of
Wednesday.

The insight of the writer en-
abled him to commit to paper the
qualities which go to make up the
cricketer and in the case of God-
dard those which make for suc-
cess. He was never the stroke
player like Martin of Jamaica
or Dillon Ince of Wanderers but
there is a power and drive
due to the quickness of feet and
Sood eyesight. I first realised this
when O. A. Pilgrim of Spartan
met John in a presentatiqn match
at Kensington. The six ball over
in fashion and in one
over John took four sixes and one
four off the man who had skittled
out the Trinidad Friendly Team of

cords and in being appointed Cap-
tain-of the West Indies eam at
his age is yet another record.

In future Barney Millar, for it
is he to whom I now pay tribute
should give followers of the game
the benefit of his background
gained as a schoolboy watching
the giants play at the Bay.

OLD STAGER.

Dangerous |
To The Editor, The #Jvocate

SIR—A few weeks ago a corre-
spondent in your Evening Edition
made mention of the breaking of
the surface of the Goodland Road
to lay water mains after that
road had been resurfaced.

I should like to mention that it
would have been wise on the part
of the Transport and Highways
Department to put signs at either
entrance to this road now that it
is blocked several hours during
the day.

It is a popular Highway lessen-
ing by nearly a mile the journey
from Black Rock to Bridgetown
and many motorists use it twice
daily. Imagine the annoyance to
find that after traversing half the
distance one has to turn back be-«

Shinbag

vw! devoted service to

“Y-y-yes, M-M-Morgan Phillips

oe eo ¥eyryes, C-c-c-certainly, ,,














“It’s ali. very well to snipe and
snzer at ‘The Right Road for
Britain,’ hue it’s full of things
any Socialist might be proud of.











i





“Aa Ay Hangs
"1 should like it to be clearly
understood that | think Mr,
_tlee is the greatest P.M. since
i Mr. Gladstone, a finer orator
than Mr. Churchill, the liveliest
human dynamo since Nupoleon
and possesses the orgunising
genius of Henry Ford.”



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time to go home. And who’s in
the majority?”

“I don’t know.” ,

“People without brains have al- |
ways been in the majority and
always will be. Otherwise there
wouldn't be enough workers to
go round.”

“Wouldn't there?” ‘

“So it stands to reason if the
majority benefits by Socialism the
majority will vote for Socialism.
And you can’t tell me any differ-
ent.”

“I’m not trying to.” ,

“They’ve got enough brains for
that, but not enough to see any
further. Perhaps you can tell me
what’s going to happen when
there are no more rich to soak
and no more high incomes to tax?’

“No, I can’t.”

“Well, I’ll tell you. If the
workers want all their free bene-
fits without our help they’ll have
to pay double the taxes they re
paying now Then there’s going
to be trouble.”

“Is there ?”

“Strikes, riots, civil war.
what then?”

“No idea.”

“Communism. Stalin knows
how to deal with workers who
cause trouble.”

“Does he?”

“I warn you 1950’s going to be
worse than the last five years put



And



ne a

together. For the workers. Into}
the factory, or else. For us. |
Think as they think, or else. For
the country, poverty, ruin,

slavery, chaos. End. Happy New
Year to you.”
“Same to you.”

Old Saws Right |

Dr. Vaden Miles, Detroit
professor of physics, has
reached the conclusion that
many old proverbs predicting
the weather are meteorologi-
cally sound,

Among reliable ones are: —

“Evening red, morning
grey, will help the traveller
on his way.”

“Rain before seven, fine
before eleven.”

SOME old weather saws in this
part of the world are equally re-
liable about health.

In January pond is froze. |

In February blow your nose.

If March be mild with showers of
rain,

In April blow your nose again.

May blossom heavy hung with







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All July you'll hack and sneeze.

Cold wind in August and Sep-
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Cough, cough, cough all through
November.

December snow, December cheer,

Doctor calls throughout New Year.

—LES.

cause half of the narrow road is | $
blocked or some lorry laden with | ¢
goods is parked. ‘
A similar experience brought
public dissatisfaction when the
Chamberlain Bridge used to be
swung without any notice at the
Probyn—Bay Street corner and
movorists had to make a detour
through Fairchild Street to come
out about fifty yards away near
the triangle. The public deserves
some consideration, |

MOTORIST.

Keep To Schedule

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—With the exception of a
few; Theatre buses are in the
habit of taking off before the pic-
ture ends.

There are a few of the patrons |
who have got so accustomed to!

this bad practice that they leave!

the theatre before the end of |
the picture in order to avoid
getting left by their respective |
buses, ’ %
Cannot the Transport Der ¢
ment in the interest of é ‘ *
goers call upor 1e CO
aires to keep strictly to the 5
scheduled times io
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‘sich as the Gas, and Electric
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COUNT and Countess Orlowski poses for the

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

LOCAL NEWS



“Advocate” cameraman

Count Found Barbados
Gift Coins In U.K.

COUNT ORLOWSKI who has just donate
of Barbadian coins to the Barbados Museu
farms in Vermont, U.S.A, and his wife and
interested in the raising of Welsh Corgi dog

Cyclist Injured

Bertie Prescod of St.
was

cident on Bay Street in

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morning about

Prescod was riding the bicycle














Philip
admitted to the General
Hospital in an unconscious state
after he was involved in an =
the
vicinity of the Gas Co., with the
yesterday



d a number
m, has three
he, are very
s.

He is, of course, a collector of
coins, stamps, porcelain and
antiques. He visited Barbados
for the first time, eleven years
ago and this is his second while
for his Canadian born wife, wno
accompanied him on this trip, it
is her first visit.

They are guests at the Hastings
Hotel and when the Advocate
reporter and camera man visited
the couple yesterday, they saw a







Giant Tree
May Be 70

IN the grounds of the British
Council at “Wakefield,” there is a
tree that may well be seventy
years old and which may well live
for more than 900 years to come.
The tree is a Baobab Tree, other-
wise known as the ‘‘Monkey Bread
Tree” and is famous not only for
the age it sometimes attains, but
also for the girth of its trunk.

This particular tree at the British
Council bears among words, some
of which are indecipherable, the
words “Mardi Huts” and the figure
“1880”. Whether that means that
it was planted in 1880 seems to be
as good a guess as any.

Africa

The Baobab Tree is a native of
Africa, and is also well established
in Ceylon wnere it was introduced
by Arab Traders. The trunk
sometimes attains a girth of 70
feet, and there are specimens sup-
posed to be more than a thousand
years old. It bears a pulpy fruit
from which a drink is made, and
the dried leaves are sometimes
eaten.

According to the Encyclopedia
Brittanica, the trunks of these
trees sometimes reach a girth of
70 feet, and it is one of the largest
specimens of trees known. It
bears a large woody fruit, and the
bark yields a strong fibre which
can be made into rope or woven
into cloth.

The name of the genus —
Adonsonia digitata—was given in
honour of Michel Adanson, ;a
celebrated French botanist and
traveller.

Queen’s Park also boasfs_ a
Baobab Tree. ‘Ay!

1,000 Pounds
Flying Fis
ying Fish
The greatest catch of fish re-
corded in the Public Market so
far this year was on Friday, Jan-
uary 3, when over 1,140 lbs., of
Flying fish was brought in.
A reasonable amount of fish
passed through the market last
week. On Monday nearly 500

lbs., of flying fish and over 300
lbs., of dolphin were brought in.





Over 140 lbs., of shark were
also on sale in the market on
that day. Tuesday saw nearly
300 Ibs.. of dolphin and small

quantity of shark on sale.





SUNDAY ADVOCATE





Senior Scouts Blaze Trail

: The lads of the 10th B'dos (Fi
Barbados Sea Scouts) Senior
Troop have been blazing the trail
Guring the past week. To finish
off vheir Christmas vacation they
decided to have a week of Scout-
ne activities, and on Monday last
they met at their Headquarters,
Needham’s Poiny, to mule the
final details. Here is a record of
What.they did:—
TUESDAY 10TH.

Visited the Swedish Training
Ship “Sunbeam” which has been
in Carlisle Bay for the past two
weeks, They rowed out to the
“Sunbeam” from the Harbour
Police Jetty in their own Troop
boat “Ariki” and were shown
around the ship by vhe 2nd Officer
—Mr. Hans Lundberg. Mr. Lund-
berg showed great interest in oun
island and said he had heard
about Cole’s cave, Thereupon the
Scouts offered to take him out vo
see the cave and so an expedition
was arranged for next day. After
leaving the ship the scouts paid
a short visit to Pelican Island and
then returned to their moorings

off the H.P. jetvy. This visit to
Pelic

an was on instructions given
by Map Reference to scout Geof-
frey Rudder wh

© was completing
the tests for one of vne Public
Service Proficiency Badges.
WEDNESDAY 11TH,

Visited Cole’s cave and had a
most interesting adventure explor-
ing, for a distance of nearly a
mile, the many subierranean
chambers, ete.

THURSDAY 12TH, 4.30 P.m,

_First Aid Badge test at Y.M.C.A.
kindly arranged by the D.S.M.
and Mr. BE. B. Williams, Com-
missioner of the St John’s Am-
bulance Brigade.

Cycled to Seawell Aerodrome

see the Meteorological Instru-
ments. The Airport Manager—
Mr. Bancroft kindly gave per-

mission to see the instruments and
to have a general vour of the
‘drome. The officer in charge of
the Meteorological Station—Mr,
Babb, did a fine job showing the
boys around and seemed to have
been extremely glad of their
company. This tour was one of
vhe most interesting of the week,
and the scouts are extremely
grateful to Mr. Bancroft and Mr.
Babb for their kindness.
FRIDAY 13TH.

On Friday at 5.00 p.m, an “Ad-
vancement Ceremony” was held
a’ their Headquarters when two
scouts. of the Junior Troop were
advanced and received into the
Senior Troop. They are: Patrol
Leaders Noel W. Smith and Noel
Clarke.

The following Senior Scouts re-
ceived proficiency badges:—

rst from Canada, to cigarettes in boxes

as they are seen on the market

From there they visited the Con-
erete Factory, but unfortunavely,

the plant was not in operation
They were hcwever shown arounc
by the Overseer who explainec

how vhe concrete blocks are made |

The Rovers enjoyed this camp
very much indeed, and expressed
the wish that it was two weeks

longer.
Rally Rehearsal

There will be a rehearsal o/
the activities vo be carried out at
the Rally to be staged by th
South Western Districy on Thurs
day evening next at 4.30 at Scou
Headquarters, Beckles Road, an
all Scouters, Scouts and Cubs ar
asked to attend and be punctual
There was to have been a practic:
last Thursday evening but, may-
be, due vo the inclement weather
there was a scanty turnout o
Scouts. Therefore please make :
note of this practice and be ther
av 4,30 p.m. on Thursday next
19th January.

There will also be a practice fo
the Scouts selected to do Bridge
building at Scout Headquarters
Beckles Road, on Monday next
(tomorrow) at 5.00 p.m.

o .

25 Years Ago
Barbados Advocate, Jan. 15, 1921
The General Hospital
The regular monthly meeting o
the House Committee of th
General Hospital was held at noo.
yesterday. There were presen.
the Lord Bishop (Chairman), Hon
Dr, J. R. Phillips, M.L.C., Hon.
E. A. Hinkson, M.B.E., M.L.C.
Messrs EB, A. Baeza, M.C.P.., S. C
Thorne, M.C.P., and E. B. Skeete,

Dr. R. Husy, Senior Resident
Surgeon was in attendance.

The minutes of the previous
meeting having been circulated
they were taken as read and con-
firmed,

A letter was read from the
Colonial Secretary stating that he
had been directed to inform the
Board that the Commissioner o:
Montserrat had requested that
James Peters, a native of Montser-
rat, be kept at the Hospital and
treated at the expense of the
Montserrat Government.

PERSONAL

Mr. Grantley Adams, B.A., Bar-
rister-at-Law, arrived here yester-
day from Trinidad by the S.S
“Crynesses,” having left England
by the C.G.T. line. He was Bar-
bados Scholar, in 1918, and left
here for England in 1919. He was
called to the Bar in December.


















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IN PORT—Yawl Potick, Aux. Keten ARRIVALS oo tons yet, Of more interest to Barbadians duty in Trafalgar Square has More Badges DF iii ane te % ay i da
, Seb, Molly W. Jones, Sch Cop wratuciond rom, Corpus Christi; than to anyone else, again been nya 7 Mh bev an att . ee an of - $ CARROT (3 kinds), LETTUCE % aye
Sy meee, See, Btasse: Gat: even, See ‘ The open box which was there Barbados (Bethel) has passed his (4 kinds) » :"
baad ieee et See Ra Pasa Gopinsay, 450 tons net, Capt Count Orlowski and his wife a few Saneine ago was taken away Despatch Rider Badge. Harcourt % OKRA, BEANS (5 wines) date x “A G e
N. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Emanuel Watts, from GEPARTUBES expect to leave on January 18, by and the roof was altered, The js at present in hospital with an|% KONE, RABE ta Minas’ SR a
Gordon, Sch Benpale a Henrietin Schooner Frances W. Smith, 74 tons net. the R.M.S. ‘Lady Rodney’, since box was brought back at 10.00 injured foot, x CAULIFLOWER o “eer
Mandalay 11, Sch. Marea Henrietta, Capt. Hassel, for British Guiana; Agents: they are going to exhibit dh: hts om, Sulalngs Scout Nigel Quarless, also of |% PEPPER, Sweet & Hot (7 kinds) |B __ x i =
fe, Sch. Princess Louise, M.V. Schooner Owners’ Asnecietion. 87 tons Dog Show in Madison Garden The new roof which has been 60th Barbados, has passed the % be year} 1 eu , +g Te rt
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ee Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association The Countess, a Canadian, from the sun. The box is also. The Rovers of 34th Barbados 8 anne Wisin wine %]
: 3 from Montreal said that she liked more attractive and is painted (Sv. Philip) Crew who were in % SWEET MARJORAM, BROCOLLI, >
IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Barbados and the service at the in green. camp at Warrens woods from 24th x MUSTARD, CELERY, LEEK, % AFTER STOCK TAKING
; ‘th Valley, S.S. Sobieski, S.S, S hotel was excellent. She thought It was built by Cpl. “Joe” December broke camp on Satur- Q CHINESE CROBAGET BRON, >
Se wears. (West Indies) Lid... re, 2.9. tole Braal, 88. take that the island’ was a marvellous Byer, the Constabulary’s carpen~ day, 7th January after two weeks} % MUSKMELON, WATERMELON, ‘| | WE HAVE MADE
ine following ‘ships through ther Sieamous, 9.8. Norness, S. zsso Glas. UNspoilt place that still had its- ter, who is well known in cricket of fine Scouting % BRUSSELS SPROUTS, ¥
dos Coast Station: — s.S by a ar ar eras $.s. natural charm. circles. During their stay in camp vhey x e x SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON
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Traveler, S.S. Stalia, §.S. Orsolina, S.S. Carrabulle, S.S. iene. : “t sisved by Me TF To A, Smith, ° :
bin , .S. §S.S. Samuel S. Loveland, M.S. Helena. on 7 ¥
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Churchwarden and other members
of the St. Thomas Vestry express-
ed their thanks and appreciation
of the programme.

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you into serious trouble. Also,
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ARBRIVALS—By B.W.LA.I. ae Sille Pils Mls CSrariorie Nell ingly. Every case is different— parades at Sharon, and on Tues-
m TRINIDAD—Anna Herbert, John Miss Eucille Pile, Miss s Joan some trifling thing comes up and jay night, 3rd J ary, they held
: Stevurs aster Robert Washburn, Miss Joa : ? day night, 3rd January, they held
soon, ome Washburn “Mrs. Phyllis. Washburn, throws all the theories out of a Campfire on Jackson’s pasture at our Home Products Department
Mullin soseph ‘Tomlinson, Alma i a ag ggg gear, so your ideas must eee which was well attended by
» § ite, ruce rocope, Miss " ried. st always , . M 23
ANTIQUA "chyuries Adams, Mr. Cecil Jones; Mr. Kenneth Seale, Miss be cut and dried. You must always Bcouvers, Scouts and friends in GUAVA CHEESE~Pk« 18¢ BARLEY SUGAR—Ib. 84e,
ah Adams, Lyman Beeman, Mary Marion Watson, Mr. Taabelle ‘Farmer, Ve of your best—and, above all, the vicinity. On Thursday 5th, és » —Bars ; 8c PEPPER SAUCK—large bot. 40c.
RPuicheline Glowacki. Dudley Fomicr Miss Brenda Farmer, YOU must keep in mind that they visited the Tobacco Factory SHADDOCK RIND—Pk«, 18 S seppesmall bot. 2c
Sees delnie Cesar Mr ‘eax Sepaene Mrs. Virginia you're dealing with human beings where they were shown the va- ets MNTe ‘a eee ae me ae
} Mr. Suher Grinberg, Mrs. Sendei Terrell, Mr. Chimon Averboukh, Mis —you must be humane always. rious svages through which the PLAIN MINTS—Ib, 66 CORNED PEPPHRS—small
OE, Master James Grinberg, Miss Pat Fenty. But not sentimental. I don’t manufacture of cigarettes pass; MIXED MINT STICKS le, WO os ba ths dacs 403 » 30e
For La GUAIRA—Mrs. Vera Wileox, bolieve in that kind of tomfoolery : : PLAIN MINT—Sticks 2c, SALTED NUTS—larwe bot, . 68¢
Mrs. Lucia Leiser, Mr, George Leiser, believe in that kind c eee from tobacco in boxes, as it comes FRUIT DROPS—Ib, .. ‘4c, & 2c. i » small bot. . 24e,
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Mrs, Florence Taylor, Mrs. Jessie Tay
Mr. John Taylor, Snr., Master John
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strict truth—no matter how pain-
ful. And perhaps the most im-
portant thing’ I learned was never
to be censorious—and never to

“Ruby” Recovered

The 19-foot fishing boat
“Ruby” which broke away from

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its moorings at Holetown be- 10, 1, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET,
foe say: You ought to be ashamed of tween 10. p.m. on Wednesday
+ 1,08 p.m, yourself.” 3 sis THE open box to provide cover and 6. a.m. on Thursday was re-
fat (Codrj i 9 : , Detective spector ilian for the Constable on trafic point covered about 10. o'clock the
for Mout oe eS What 8S OU Today Wyles, Britain’s first woman duty in Trafalgar Square was re- same day near Paynes Bay, :
a TD) 70.5 deg. F. ; sae deta SA ica, detective, telling listeners to the turned to the Square at 10 o’clock The boat which is valued at oO;
Eby N. @ a.m.) B, (il p.m.) Son Teul Garne’ at. Kenaingian, | «= BBG “Women's Programme” yesterday morning. Above is the $500.00. and insured is the prop- Deena
aa Velocity: 14 miles per hour “1.30 p.m, the qualities a woman needs to first constable to use the box erty of St.
og ®™.) 30.042, 41 a.m.+ Sunday School at 3, 3.30 and 4 p.m,

Clair Osburn of St. eS
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Of 1831 Amd 75!

Labour's Clarion Cry For The Elections Will Be “Let Us Face The Past’

We know what line the Social-
ists are going to take when they
appeal to the country. Last time,
they had a stirring and_satisfac-
tory slogan, “Let Us Face The
Future.” This time their clarion
cry will be, “Let Us Face The

Ky Colm Brogan

Lords and the whole Tory gang.
Thé People were writhing, of
course, as usual, but they were
actually thinking of doing some-
thing about it. They were drilling

Charles was ruling without a Par-|
lament at all. And The People, |
the unfortunate People, had |
mostly not even got as far as
writhing in those days. They were
so sunk in sloth and apathy that
they thought not having a Parlia-
ment was quite a good idea.

{ TOCKINGS- ; cotten: Nylons. : t
ad HER S{OCKINGS ae ime eee Seat oe Perihever a ee Past. * in secret and getting ready to burn n aon

eso} HER UNDIES Two petticoats over frilly | piers and b The speeches are already being down public buildings. It was a Charles the First was mucn/

x ER UNDIES - - - | bloomers. stays, chemise, vest. | _~ ee ee wee rehearsed and the propaganda is jense and terrifying time. Civil helped in pba pea colans oy ¢

nay : 4 Sa ee a ‘ e already spreading round. war was at hand, andif the Tories man ca omas Ror st, |
peer "t _ RCE oo scien diene: ATT, Winellie ete Ca “Remember 1961, We must Never had not given way in the following who paeme ber = cy
bee \ | “I'm admiring your hair.” “ i. have that again.” This is the re- year there would have been wigs entworth’s motto S a

' WHAT HE SAYS ABOUT HT | eieiiinetaiesetodipamadenmaisivtanaciiiae Oe ME PEEOS Ee Et tort that springs to every Socialist (priyately paid for) on the green. ough,” so he must have been a

Tails with narrow trousers. Short lip. It is the answer to all prob- © bit lite Philip Snowden. He was

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: Pais a ist MPs rose to ; "Seah ; , ;
Me Ons hn) Se igi 3] aman Secertionn, and famous {e2" ut Pie. of Tones, pene it garted wih ihe fe sO easy to make
Sue CALLS HIM - - - | Mr So-and-So Darling. P fat — ae ee Robert Walpole. but under, the care at Sontaliars .
WIS IDEA OF HER - - | “Petehing.” alg ~ sieamas” - 1) themselves hoarse in village halls _ Some fussy people might, ask nity. Undoubtedly, 1631 was 9
{ f ieee Es Rive. and welfare institutes, while Walpole was, strictly speaking a year that must never be forgotten

















Dinner jacket, no gloves.

Dinner-dance.



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Jems, past, present and to come.

Nineteen hundred and _ thirty-
one was indeed a terrible year.
After the election unemployment

Ramsay MacDonald and Philip

But things were not much
better in 1731. Remember 1731”
Well, if you don’t we'll tell you
about it. As a matter of fact,
nothing much happened in that

Tory at all, but they may safel,

a Tory if ever there was one.

Then, of course, there was the
Star Chamber. That was a cross
between Belsen and the Inland
Revenue Department. It was there,



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| awe ocans <= | 745 ounetat eo eee Snowden, were grinning with evil be disregarded. Walpole boowtd, Tory Henry VII
\ in triumph in com 5 ; § Ss, She am IIL was
j PERFUME NAME- - - + | Verbena. Vibrati in Downing Street. he believed in incentives. He paid a Ve eles = ho ‘ Wey
es ek rit sce cin eaiiaaes : , 4 ; ; ne. 3 z , ;
' ; 3 ie , . } Remembering the past is a very every man had his price. If that : : ‘ Ps Rw e .
i HER BLUSH - « + | Prom last minute pinching. From a) box. ; i i. , i . ploiter and he looked like a cal S }} >
' no i Tocsiclibiotiiniinis * good idea, and experience has doesn't make him a Tory the toon of a capitalist. He hanged y

People were writhing in vain.

No, indeed, we must never 20
back to 1731, It was the blackest
period of Tory Misrule.



shown that the painful recollec-
tions of 1931 are particularly
effective with those who were no!
even born at that date. But why

a lot of innocent chaps who were
really the forerunners of the ILP,
though they weren't educated
enough to be aware of the fact

|
| Never on food. money, sex.

Henry Irving and Ellen Terry.

On food, money. sex.

social TALK -
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Inv
; venvion on the crime of henocidé
extermination of races.
Guatemala is the seventh coun-
try to ratify the convention.— |
Reuter. }

Schuman arrived after visiting
vne West German President Theo-
dore Heuss, at his home.

All members of the German
Cabinet and the leader of the Par-

: i qeupeug. ee aenennimtie 9 On second thoughts, that is > awe
; & WHY SHE DRINKS - - - | Quencher. Stimulant. asl all The Past portage an exaggeration. The He ark oe oe it. i se aeueh
eee ee ca ae ak ade ‘ , + ber of side-kicks. It is easy pn
= WIS AMBITION - - + - | Sitting out a dance on the stairs. Goods bt drink at If you = facing 2. oe owing Ag Re stan i; “to guess what Party he belonged
; a ~|__her h not face the pasta ? " ; ; : ia “<9. 1531 was definitely a bad, bad
: SAVOIDIT - of Blood, was King. He is some- ‘9% /% :
ie FAVOURITE DANCE -_ adn oa ee Snappy samba. eae pee wens ein times called Charles the Martyr by ° age shed 7
; e y ‘ i _ ignorant people who never heard it comes to that, 1431 was
& FAVOURITE TUNE nue Oe Merry Widow. “ Bay, It’s Cold Outside.” helpless rage i? grtthing in 1631, of Tolpuddle (remember Tolpud- no _ better. That was a oer
2 Pee ee ; dle? ), but in fact he was just a when. But someone is ask-
& WHAT SHE CALLS HIM - | A pounder. dentin See Ite wi, worth doing, ‘Ge wertk Tory with long hair and a snooty ing what this nonsense is @li
; oor, A Wes. | ae Sree to put am arm round TO doing well ; expression. about. What has 1481 got to do! Yes, Nicota Keeps your teeth
| _| "He Wade pk ae aR: That was an appalling year-- Tory Chuiie i with or pooner st ee adae really clean, free from nicotine ;
ce SHE TRIES 10 DODGE - | His advances. 1831, I mean, The Great Reform y - regret. aoem oe £ stain and dulling film. No
A pass hat
: i = $$ | cee Bill was under way, but it was It is scarcely conceivable, but whatever, rR need to worry about that extra
' © IF ALL ELSE FAILS - - | The vapours. “The walk-out, he opposed by the House of it is a fact that in the year 1631 But neither has 1931 IES: cigarette, if you use Nico SMOKERS’ TOOTHE
‘ © sow SIE SWUBS WIN | CAME Bit one of the Tact dances |— — sin —___—__-——. —-— Yeo ak ba Goligaees SOR
s SNUBS HIM- - | in her programme card. | Not turning up. liament parties were present at penly whenaes = creat Nee whitens our teeth—
: —— =| Ppicoibttibeistansigbie 4 a freshni ‘our mouth. j
WOW SHE REFERS TO THEM | “My times.” | «nay toga’ Congr ats For Schuman Lunches = “°° cheer Reuter ere or teas wae. bri - ;
: Dr aoe S| eects . . . i cee | a rightens a
- fe WER SHOCK TACTICS. | To snow un inch of ankle To show off @ plunger With Adenauer Guatemala Ratifies _— 9g Yura
‘ ame} ROCKMAN Cc we cre ae} 4 smile 4
HOW | * May , 19” eee ; LCREEM
HOW HE ASKS FOR A DANCE | “ May 1 nave the pleasure | “ Let’s dance.” BONN, Jan 14. BONN, Jan. 14. Convention ey ee dB st TE
WHAT HE ‘COMPLIMENTS | ae ee on ee esiaeaihll ~ West German _ President, The French Foreign Minister,
HER_ON poe ee ae | Pace and the rest Theodore Heuss, has cabled con- Robert Schuman, met Chancellor LAKE SUCCESS Jan. 14. 45 wae.
a tif MAKE TIE pT siiainiieiciigioLoaiiaat ot re gratulations to the eine Adenauer of West German here. Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, per-| 9 ‘ ‘
4 sy AKES THE WEXT | a letuer Fr” 1 -eerenaneiners humanitarian philosopher, Alber: av a luncheon given in his honour manent representative of Guate- re a. INS aS
DATE ; ; engaged a woke is aciaauice Telesbene, ont an hour Schweitzer, who celebrates his today by the German Govern- mala to the Unived Nations, ha
2 $< | $< —_—__—_—— eee te is 75th birthday today at his mission ment in the Palais Schaumburg, deposited his Government’s instru- F
HOW HE SAYS GOODNIGHT mst station in Lambarene, French the seat of the Chancellory. ment of ratification of the con- '
st

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Schweitzer recently returned to
his missionary and scientific work
in Africa after a brief stay in

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MICHIGAN, Jan. 14.
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above as Smith of movie
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members of any other “family.”
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smith?





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world, this smith?

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day." Sam stares at him. “And
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Just you come inside and see
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Calling All Smiths
Whiz Quiz

he do?

12. Joseph Smith was the
American founder of what relig-
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13. There is a Deaf Smith
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14. Which Smith spent his
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vice versa?

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Russia, was Smith?

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1948, i.e., the Smith ?

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but she saved the head of.
Smith?

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trayals of the old British empire-
builder on the screen, is Sir.
Smith?

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nervous breakkdown.” and sullied; but in itself it is the ing in the path of duty; you tonished youth half a sovereign and| Study the following set o
it is not too late, but it may God-given way. never find happiness by setting walked out. equations: aoa
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SCENES FROM THE T.T.C. CHRISTMAS MEETING

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Note the difference in style of the Venezuelan and English jockeys: Mendes

Nature Boy (‘E. Gonzalez), and Ocean Pearl (Mendes)
is all balance. Sirby, Thirkell and Lattimer grip with knees and push.

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OCEAN PEARL started an odds on favourite and the half-bred filly The Atom
and Rosémary were next in demand. China Doll gained backers on the strength
of her preparation, her form on the track prior to the Derby not being very
outstanding. The Barbados hope Sunione had been sick before the race and
was still recovering from a cold and fever. As the race progressed the fortunes
of these horses waxed and waned as our pictures show



mour tains in the background. Those most easily made out are (left

China Doll (Sirby),



Races were Won and Lost.

By “BOOKIE
THE TRINIDAD DERBY

THE TRINIDAD DERBY is mow the richest horse race in the
British Caribbean, richer than the famous Jamaica Berby which is
about ten years its senior. Here, im fowr pictures taken specially for
the “Advocate,” is the brief story of how Mr. William Scott’s bay filly,
Ocean Pearl won the race which brought her owner $4,543.64 in stakes
and an additional $540.00 in breeders’ premiums. Second was Mrs.
Grace Leung’s China Dell, bred im Jantaiea; who collected $1,184.32,
third Rosemary, another Jamaiéean, whese owner, Mr. S. W. Branker,
received $592.16, and feurth the Trinidad-bred Radar, who brought her
owner, Dr. N. Bain, $400.00.

PIRST TIME ROUND: Suntone is in the lead, Ocean Pearl next. Nature Boy,
far on the outside, bolted at the first turn. Here he hides Rosemary who leads |
China Doll. Suntone’s display of e.:«cy pace caused surprise to Trinidadians
who thought her a plodding type. She gave out after a half mile.



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THE TURN HOME: Ocean Pearl has established a two lengths lead but [31— FINISH: There is almost nothing to choose between Ocean Pearlthe champion and China Doll the second rater. Perey Sirbs

China Doll is making her bid and closes the gap followed by Rosemary. Radar has completed his spectacular drive home

with China Doll using whip and hands in perfect co-ordination, Mendes on Ocean Pearl

is also challenging on the outside as she passes The Atom also shows good judgment by not over doing his pushing and remaining well balanced, The angle of the picture actually flatters Ocean
Pearl who won by only a short head and caused a decided shadow to be cast on her stamina. And look! Who said 13 was an unlucky

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THE WINNER LED IN: Mr. K. D. “Tommy” Edwards, owner and trainer,»
leads in Storm's Gift with Lattimer up, all smiles, By her hard fought finishes} j
this mare has become one of the favourites of the Trinidad crowd. One off
the most notable things about Storm’s Gift is her capacity for work. At the*
beginning of the meeting most people thought she had had a year of too much: :
hard racing to do herself justice. But it is likely that she was fitter for the
T.T.C. Handicap on the third day than she was for this Oup race,
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This race now takes the place of the
famous Governor's Cup. Run over 9| fur-
longs last year’s race attracted the larger
than usual entry of 12, but four broke down
before going to the post. Its value to the
winner was $2,768.64, this being a record
sum because point money from the sweep-
Stake was higher than ever. The English
mare Storm’s Gift proved superior to the
creoles and after taking the lead between
the four and the three she staved off a
strong bid by Blue Streak to win by a
neck,

This was Storm's Gift third win ir
Trinidad in 1949 and her fourth fight with
Jamaica’s Blue Streak. He beat her in th
T.T.C, Plate in June but before that meet-
ing was out she had two victories over him
Few A class horses have ever met each
other so often so fit. On the third day of
the meeting they met again and once more
Storm's Gift was the winner.

The 1949 T.T.C, Cup was also the first
run over this course in wet weather. The
time of 2.05 therefore appears slow but
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THE LAST BEND: The lead which cost Blue Streak the race, Storm's Gift

being sent along by Lattimer as Sirby begins his come back with Blue Streak

The Gambler, third, and Gun Site are trying hard but cannot get up so
teriffic is the pace.

The Breeders’ Stakes

THE CLASSIC two-year-old event of the South Caribbean also saw a record
$3,218.64 paid out to the winner. Kun over six furlongs last year’s race
attracted 14 entrants of which the sensational St. Vincent bred Bow Bells
started favourite. Second favourites were Fair Profit, bred in Jamaica, and
Trinidad’s Lazy Bones.

The race went to Fair Profit and Lazy Bones was second but what occa-
sioned great surprise was the fact that Bow: Bells was beaten out of the
money by the outsiders Mon Ami and Sun Glee. Fair Profit is owned by Mr
Tass Tawil and trained by Leo Williams who also prepared Biue Streak and
China Doll. This was therefore an all Jamacan triumph.

te THE FINISH This “tim ‘rey Sirby’s ror ni
HE SYAK7 > A better picture than our Derby start, Bow Bells is sc en on the left. Then itean be’seen how Lazy J3ones the white horse ‘fe brings Fair Prout upon the outside to take the race from La B.
at the back, was slut out by stable mate Sinbad squeezing againstihe Eagle and Fair Profit. Then come Colleton, Mon Ami, Princess ides Mon Ami while Sun Glee is fourth. Bow Bells was fifth i aft
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Per aga’ Lanai ; ;20 ©61.8] “Caitp's SUNSHINE TODDLE CART| ing, Dining, 2 r 3. ‘Roach, Edgar Oliver wu. Small, Rawle wort bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on ap) to.
ING ATE (Monday) ican Make). In perfect, condition | w.c. Bath, 4 Warwick Orlando 35. Gibbons, Elmer rth
co, a eects foe | Hine 8287, 15.1.90—In. | vantsr Unity High School | 3 “te, Msign bes 36 Sandiford, George Detisle GARDINER AUSTIN & CO, LTD, —
ea Dial 27 Acme Unity ¢. Lashiey. Altres gine ==
DIED DESCH Norbina, Memoelobine “mare: end groLD svanes 3. Bell, Gordon Oswell 30. Clarke, Earl on —
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rat th idence Re aren | nd Debility A Seah ship- need with cand peed pues eondig Tech 1980 : Lord, John ie Pr eg
t res aie . 0" i . “
a a “Mchael, ANNIE EVELYN | Went "to hand at all leading Drug Stores Welbeck, Pine HUlL. Enteanes atrance Fee $1.00 ii, *Areher, Kenneth Oliver Mac s Fe eeaainn, ‘Valentine ADVERTISE « « « accept, ures. and ene
Her funeral wil! leave her late residen’ 15.1.50—3n- |i, GL. W. at his in Commercial Subjects taught. Donald & King, Kentleigh Dennis Dominica sigs
at 4.15 o'clock this —— ee SStninr ASBESTOS SHEETS for ome rere eee om application» special attention — to backward 12. *Bushelle, Grell en arker, Rewie il i mm the Nevis and St. ‘Kitts,
Cemetery. ends are aske EVER! 9 caretaker . pupils. 13 , ax ls nd cardo
ene roots. Screws and ye eo 15. 3.80—-8n JOSEPH N. SHEPHERD, 4. Franklin, Darington Cerone S$ 2a aca Friday 13th inst.
SEALE 4 at sheets v—* . . Lionel Leon 7
cre Petitions. 4 Inch pipe in 2 to 6 feet The unaerstaned will offer for sles! atten} ie ‘Bayes, Meston 5. Wiles, lowe on acne MLV. “DABRWOOD»
. N. A. G. SEALE. 15.1.6 | lengthe Bends etc. A. E. Taylor.| neir 17 -S - pn ". Jeckson, Resleston Edward ©. Taecinan, Bald. EVENING St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gent
B he. Coleridge Street. 13.1.50-n : fe ie , Mh HIGH %. ie neg aaa 31 Roswell F rrone eee vO a Aruba. Date of sailing ty
as THANKS OO calied “Pp, me MG | 2. “innise, Brine Albert 53. *Whittington, = ADVOCATE | | a
ve ed beg through ‘his thereto, This {ll now re-open on Tues- , : Pitzgerald 54. + Mottley, Elridge - —— re
{ nuns to thasik all thoge cana, Letters FOR RENT situate ‘at Bat-\ any thin inst. There are vacancies, for # Best, DeLisle 55. Berton, eet Sraibert Published every Monday id enemeanee
t Cards, Wreaths, who may apply accompanied . Beckles, Bertram , , aie YH : 1
- the duneral. ther way sympathised, wit >etnmpection their parents/guardians on Monday 16h | 23. Reidy Denis 38 saree, Eon Aled with an increasing cireula- Hom, (Tne.)) Seb. eats
| us im the recent bereavement of ou! —oeeeeeeeee between the hourt of # Pm.) at 9 a.m. 26. Young (Murrell), Grantley os Lyte, Cameron Emmerson 6th January, 1950. i
\ beloved MARCUS JORDAN. on application to the Mr. Boyce. L. A. LYNCH, Annapolis. ite. 60. Greenidge, Lionel DaCosta tion every week. “4
Millicent Jordan (Wife) Doris, Amoprose, For further conditions Principal. at. Miller, Vincent Orville. 81 Niles, Ronald Adolphus
‘ lees, Elsie, Lucille end aes HOUSES of Sale, apply to:— is Oh 14.1,50—2n 28. “hesoasee are a 62, *Simmons, Neville Keith ——
stelle ts TFORD Ider, Alvin - * >
; (Children). Edna and Costel soit “REST COT on-Sea Welches, Maxwell, 5.1.50—8n. : SECONDARY = Squires, Harold Frank e “Gibbs, Wiltred Cueeamond
— Furnished Phone 306. _ “Lewis, Denis Alexander .
WE the undersigned beg to wk 5) peer 15,.1.50—-39| pURNISHED FLAT--At Coral Sands, LYNCH'S hts candidates for Vestry Scholarships.
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y sy thy in our recen rr ” Cattle Wash, Bathsheba, . Dial MICHAEL’ H I USEHOLD EFFECTS a
in aaa way thelr sy mPeeY tain of Mr" | 5, WINMOW Cotte wren, May, June, | basing. $F ety. Ow ae. Atn SPRY STREET B. ST. ‘8 VESTRY SCHOLARSHIP BAGGAGE AND HO | &
bereavemen January, February, 2134. Alma , Consult . it
“ue wife of the late : W. T. Gooding, Next term begins on Monday 1th
DOROTHY SKELCE July. Apply: Mrs. . Yer for Sale at | January aR N. SER. NO. N an
, a Eurie Moore. Mrs. Doreen Alleyne Strong Hope, St. 4.12.40—3n | ote in F . , M. LYNCH, ne Howard, E. B 32. permet A.D : P SHIPPING SER \ | i
\Deughters), Masters. Percy Val and Duck | on Friday the 27th day of January 1950, for Headmaster. 2 Parris, I. a. cee eB
Henderson Alleyne (Grandsons), Mr BUSINESS PREMISES—No. 46 Roe’ at 2 p.m. 15.1.50—1n 3. Stroude, E. O. 3. Small, R W. 4 i
; William Alleyne (Son-in-Law) Street, from 1st October 1949. For par- The Dwelling House called “BEULAH” 4 Hinkson, L. V. ; a Fr Packing
_ tf 36. Gooding, N. N. or
| 15.1.50-1") tieulars, Ring 2685. 4.12.49—t-fn-| nd the land thereto containing 5. Goodridge, R. D. S. per ge
mene. De, _cattlewarh. For the | Slt Bunray ay OE PRY SOR | tl eee Lemme Ca For Shipping
HIGHWINDS, Cattlewash. + torch. ‘ gs ; i |
IN MEMORIAM months of February and Dia: | Chest ang House comprises Closed| ‘The Parry School reopens on Monday 8 Padmore, K. E. 3. Callens YT it For Insurance '
In loving memory of our dear one, 14.1.50—20| Gouery, Drawing and Dining Rooms, 3] January 16 at 9.45 p.m. 9 Inniss, W. L. 40. bye For Preference |
{ ELLEN MAY MILLAR, who fell asleep fedrooms, Dressing Room, Toilet Bath Headmaster . 10 Hall, W. W. i Branker, S MeD - BBs ae {
sea sannery, Mathered in Pe ie Const, fully | and Kitchen with Mlectric, Water, Oe*17.1.60—3n er i eS? & 3. King, J. RB | Representatives in all the princi al Ports of the world,
hered * 0 . Cc. ;
Par irom sorrow, far {rom sin, turnlened, , Garages, Worusry, marks! (5 cetmee Sollee. ne 3. Sie, eA “4 Williams, 2. 1 PHONE 3024 — ER HOUSE, JAMES ST.
God has saved from eney ete June, November; December; $60.00 per Inspection any day between the hours 14 Brathwaite, ¥ McD. = ort Na sa —
in walt + oa nena r . month. Phone 4476. 6.1,50-—t.f.n.] of ga tay and 4 p.m. on application on N D i a "ae L 47 w . me. 8, = ——— — = —
ee ee ee tee (—$< << — — | the premises. WA! TE bers, : PA. = .
Resting in the Saviour's love, | wy | CHURCHILL, Maxwell's Coast, 3 bed- ‘For further particulars and conditions i. Gea M1. Ss St 4. BADIANS KNOW AND APPRECIATE GOOD
Mir. and Mrs, G Millar, Mrs, W. ie decks fully fur- |: oe” was Pe ae a oe : pee ALL BARBAD
Sealy, Mr one Mrs, G. C Miliary nisbed we jvallable from March ist.| ° HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, 19 Arches, 0. 3 9 en. B. E. that’s why there is such an increasing demand for ;
eS Wee io ~——— | Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alley, Solicitors. HELP 20 Bushelle, . 52. Rock, L. B. W. a
SAl k eeu Soeesiies {ll offer for Sale at] ~~ eH eae ¥. c. 53. Springer, O. B. H § AL BLENDED ny Ft
FOR SALF _ " | FLATS fully furnished with Refrig- eee High Street, Bridge-| SATE: Large Second hand json Sete. 23. Waterman, K. M S ase , TAYLOR LU
\ oe" scrator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,| town, on Friday 20th day of January, Phone 464. .1,50—3 24 Batson, N. MeD S. aa ¢ :
AUTOMOTIVE ee Spinsaaniane | 1000 Ot 2 DM. SHORTHAND/TYPIST—Minimum two| 2 Gyesne og 31. Tudor, L. F. (With the Distinctive Flavour) i
o r e—mod speeds, good “a 68 Simmons, N. K.
: “CAR: Ford Prefect Car in perfect a “FARAWAY”, St. Philip coast, fully a 2hs, Dwsitiog Moves ea Ato years expermene Pr bent eee, 27 Innis, z. * is Gibbs, W. c. : | If you are a Visitor to this Island try this Blend of Rum
Astle * Ha ¢ urnis . . ° e. ae Tr . . &
cs ay ae beaten Rcatheread Bathing beach. From March Ist. $50 aievt oe? situate at 9th Avenu! Som careeie ahigines ta oe a z ee 61 Holder, W. L. | and you also will enjoy its Distinctive Flavour,
11.1.50—3n | per month. Phone 4476. 6.1.80--t.f.n The Dwelling House eT ees Street office. Our waft a eee 31 Davis, D. St. C.
TRUCK—Chevrolet Truck 1989 Mode aE Ewe Dressing room and *anning saeeeer anaes: Handwrite and Cc. ST. THOMAS VESTRY SCHOLARSHIP SIP IT - TO ENJOY IT. }
a in good wor king condition. ‘ ou « RENDEZVOUS, Coral Sand Gap, near| ‘voter in seh Sreaeee room, Kiteh-Fi¢ possible re-type oe aa
! Garage. Dial 4616 = Royal Theatre on the Sea, furnished — pei a er sian ee both to P.O. x iy a rr wAME SER. NO. NAME i alates aticiions iis
ty “‘CAR—M.G, no reasonable offer refused unfurnished, 3 bedrooms and all con- Guam in Yard. dietetic ey *Layne Edward Atheistan : Wee iecale eiohian e}
i Phone 4668, between 7 a.m pe teeee: we ee 15.1.50--4n| Inspection any day except Sundays,} yOUNG LADY for our Office at Three 2° *Armstrong, Karl William Cos- , N D TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
} or contact J. G. Kirton, the St Br : ‘| between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.™. | Houses Factory, St. Philip. For. further + Already attending Combermere School. JOH .
Garage 13.1.50—3n “WHITE SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully en application on the premises. Dial particulars apply to the sanANee, c Already a i St
ES = SANDS s ’ 4 .1,.50—6 a
GAR: 199 Morris 8 h.p. Tourer. } furnished three bedroomed house for rent ae further particulars and Conditions \ RESSIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP Dial 4335. Roebuck
Perfect condition, Phone 3640. | \by the month Vacant as from los} of Sale, apply to:— WANTED TO PURCHASE PRIVATELY | D. UNIQUE PROG a ae .
i ele pee COFTLE, CATFORD & Co... | SMALL. HOUSE, condition ingnatere| vo NAME SER. NO. NAME ——— —
1 * CAR: One Chevrolet 1934 Sedan oe | 15.1.50—3n 1, 50—9 it ——, ne an F C/o Navoeste oo Maynard, Reet Coe ‘ Forde, Raphael Charles ) SS
in good conditior No reasonable OF | a "1 14.1 .50—31 9 nniss, ns s A .
efied. Aobly to O. Layne, Maxwell THE ROSARY, Upper Dayrells shoes BS Fg eo a ER 3 Headley, Baston Noel § ae = }
. » ne 3 “oo Pp se) 4 t s; a en- st. u . . s rt ver Mac- ” ”
w Ch, Ch Phone 0431 13.1 50—4n ps > WA gore Pe n TS Epaaniiiek Apply | large ballroom, Dining room unverd BOARDER: A ae in a quet home 4 ae Kenne
{ on premises or Dial 2263 15.1.50,—1n. | fourteen bedrooms etc. Iseal for oye in Hastings Dial 3317. 18.1. seein ffered a Scholar- e
| CAR: Standard Vanguard 3,500 miles | ———— no asgatt Hall, 2% miles the est S’Comeee - Those candidates in Lists B, C and D who are not 0 ane eure
urch: July 1949 t rriv rom SUNGAL a agka 1 2” - r b : ’ riting o
purchased jer routine overhaul at Coven-| from town saan ae ae Gea oe | ied with two mn in upper thinive;;|ship, may, om application to the Headmaster either in writing :
shane * 3 ! er etc. $35 7 so One * sas a
try Works. On view at Chelsea Garage. | water otc 3 bedrooms, runnin water In cultural habits, securely employed, tek-| personal visit, secure a fee-paying vacancy. THE GRE ATEST H AZARD OF ALL
each, $40.00 per th, Ring . ICES ng permanent . i tt acts
AEB SA. Moores aE 00 per month. Kins 6%, | PUBLIC NOT chaste, devoled affectionate, understand: |
_ De . Reasonabh: ng ; tere: ¥ ;
my i ge oe MUON On See a Ot SI reply with recent picture to L. M.. Pos | ODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50 — REMEMBER —
4 r 14.1,50 Chureh Fully Furnished containing NOTICE Office Box 45, Bronx Central Station PR CTI
Page Recents, Wicking the gee: eae eo 15.1.50-—In All persons wishing to manufacture FANCY MOLASSES for the ’ j g
rRUCK—One (1 Fargo Motor Truck] room Verandah overlooking the sea, lu- ‘ Fire F
with Daal Drive’ (eight forward gears'.{ and all Modern conveniences. Dial} Tender at to. sell liquors. ete. and POSITION purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses ano t Where Theres moke, There's
Tyres good. Contact Coupes Dy vi. 3607 or 2871. 15.1.50—5n to serve lunches and teas at Ken- YOUNG LADY: ( references) | and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Departmen’
i 50—2 sington Oval during the ayaa desires position as caretaker, orderly : t A plication Form whieh raust be completed and BUT 7
srovecm-One HP. “Lister” Diesel | ment (Agerenimately oe ebru-} ith lonely family willing to sleep in | of Agriculture for an Ap) 1950, after which date den — }
Motor practically new. Only worked for PUBLIC SALES 2 Tendere <2 also invited for the Write “I®. .” @/o Aavoene, 15. 1.50--)n returned not later than » oo Mi L for pur- 4
90 hour Eee omical power 5 weiee transportation of the British Guiaae applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses h T ’ “ROY AL"
' reagonable. Avp'y vitd., White, Park Rd Team from Abbeville Guest Howse! “WANTED: Young Lady with know-| 26. of export cannot be considered. Where here s
Barba I be tO-3n to the Oval during the Stieadined ledge of shorthand and typing for generat po E. A. B. DEANE, | “a
sibeaatld AUCTION 3. Tenders must reach the whdersiice | Office work. Apply in writing to L. J . & B. P Sol
MOTOR BICYCLE—BS.A HP . aaa hs = Saormey Williams, Marketing Co., is, mapas il There's Security. a
nyc kn M6l will make u : Street. ‘ n ‘ . r
— fer "lao? B. De Abreau UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER : ier in quan. 00. 1s -— Fancy Molasses Control and Ne ms ;
Phone 252 15.1,50—3n. BY instructions received from the In self to actept the lowest or any ane he ae valk 1.50 i !
eer supance Agents 1 will seil at the Genera tender. CQUERK : e Clerk (Fema a es "|
; . keep monthly accounts and general book :
POULTRY Metor Omnibus Co., Ltd., Nelson — wer cea ta’ aaene Salary $50.00 to $60 00 |
nm FRIDAY 20th at 2 p.m ti) Bia THE BARBADOS CRIC : y . to ;
y ; | FOWLS 5 mixed fot RI. Reds A 40 Austin Car (Partly new) a ge ASSOCIATION INC, ee ee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE
| au fi Oe al | terms Cash. VINCENT GRMFEITH. saeco ens uinn to the Secretary, Bekstein Brothers, welcome your enquiries, through their Agents— 4
; * 8.1,.50—6n. ’ =e
: — wa te ’ INCOME TAX NOTICE D.
\
Ha 4 ELECTRICAL | oN DA COSTA & CO., LT
‘ “nF RIGHRATOR 6% cubic ft. Englist | UNDER THE SILVER ; NOTICE WANTED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re- , 9
aly misctric, Gee new 1949, model, 5 year | quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum siichitlal neieil
nea AL aie Price 50.00 no offers RR Pub Official U ved the Commissioners of Highways ot * + 720.00 er SS lH
! Srener lesving ‘tang H. G. Bancroft HAMM lie nreser the Purah of St. ‘Thomas, 9° Laan of | OF over, from every other person whose income 1s $ p
Phone 8292 12. 1.50—4n : £2,000 under the authority of “The Saint annum or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
y - On Tuesday 17th by instructions Thomas (Highways; Loan. Act 1949". | trade or profession, and
4 STOVE — GEC. with Gre 2c) we will seth at “Whitehall, St. Sealed tenders, marked qn tHe envelope | corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or Pp ,
Rhy r satatic Cont Qven, in excellen al ow y 7
7 chen static C meng had $180,00 no offers | Peter, a lot of Antiques and other (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 eee on st eenelt, iar for | owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued c AN ADIAN INVESTMENTS
$ H. G. Bancroft, Seawell Airport bhee | items, which includes: — (194-6) § the loan of am at a rate of ee | during the past year or not.
+A 8292. bist air . C i not exceeding . One tenth e Ee .
—iile ee ae = fies ON, Tuesday. the 11, day of Jenyat? | principal of the loan will be repaid Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart bought at 55 per cent. premium or
| iS RADIO tube in perfec 2 s , a be I ins 3 f
warkine onder $70.00, ‘Can be seen by | Silvers, Large Waiver, ‘Teapot,| :oon will be sold at my office to the date of the loan. gear after in«| ment APTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms (switches) arranged.
' Ap > A Stow, ee , t —- :
appointment: | APE Siymond Rost Tot: | Spirit Kettle &c., in Sheffield | "gest bidder gies of tang contain | °% te loam, must be in units of ¢ 1008 duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
’ phone 2688 15.1.50—In. | Plate; Fruit Knives and Forks,] ing about 2 roods 36% perches situat’ Clerk to the Commissioners | respective dates :
2 x a a | Spoons, Forks, Cream Jugs &c., in a See = Deed ae tating = oo ae of Highway, St. Thomas. 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the sist | LONDON SECU S
re Silver, Vegetable and _ Entre ; : m
423 TURE ilver, 8 L t. F. Rock, on two sides on other por hi
ete FURNI sicck arawng voor | Dishes, Cake Baskets, Fish and] liane of @ right of way, on lande now cr] ___ day of December, 1949, on or before the 3ist day of March, RITIE
£ eh, FURNITURE — Birch drawing roo! | Fruit Services in Plate, Copper] late of ie of one Reaean igs: 950. f
; Settee (3 seats) ( . ’ . the Public Highway at . bought an h Stock
Ck Bute eA) Morris Rocker. Ala: |and Brass Ware, Temple and Oe ee eee oe wun menage. of PROFESSION NOTICE 2. B ot — principal place of business is not ee a d sold promptly throug
~ new with spring cushions, tapestry |Chiming Gongs, Bronze Orna- ]} Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &c., called situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. e
covered. (1) Dressing Table with long ani. Ne le : and Majolic ‘Chelwood” thereon and ail appurten- ‘o - ’
Mirror (Modern). (1) Chest-of-drawers mens, Napoleonic an ajolica noes Taaeete. DR. FERREIRA of “Chiroville” Upper 3. Returns of all persons, on or before the 3lst of January
red Miroritchen Cabinet (1) three tier- | Plates, Cut Glass Decanters, Bowls} “Attached from _ CECIL, HENDERSON | Bay St. (near Esplanade) by Chiropractic | , ; ’
: # larder (1) small Birch tee 3D) ot an and Glasses; Very Beautiful Jap-]| cLARKE for and towards satisfaction, | method corrects diseases of eyes, ears, 1950.
no. ee eet peeve) Alport phon |anese Cabinet inlaid with Mother * B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day| 298, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and F. CLAIRMONTE
7 See eee pea a7 pene pra, above date, said toe gamma, Ses Sieh. Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.
ase 2 e ie .
SPeel TRUNK, ma" x 1 x ee oa oe be oe sale Sil se eon coe anda subseqient NOTE: Amy person failing to make his return within the due (also Trinidad) bought and sold. Quo
. ls Ohild: Wardrove ; » t :
ooae, “ad sist” “Stanton”, Dayrell |and Revolving Chair; Upholstered way Wil bs SEES Oe e date will be liable to a fime not exceeding £100 and request to:
Road 16.1.50—l) | Arm Chairs; Ceylon Screen in Vv. B. B. noone. Startling Pr Ons not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
BEDSTEAD, One Gents double Bed } Copper and Ebony; Brass Floor) ,. vost Marshal's Chine,” : factory reason is given. A. M WEBB
stead & Spring, Hair Mattress. — Dis Lamp; Telescopes, Field Glasses, Sra January 1950. 10.1.50.—19n. . i
3239, 15.1.50—-!: | Baromevers, Suit Cases and many 8.1,50—8n Nl our Oroscope .1, 1
other items of value, —— Dial 3188 -:- ‘STOCKBROKER -:- outs
MECHANICAL Sale 11.45 o'clock — Terms Cash. - 4 — Vv FOR A OR @ 155, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown.
: King, 0 | BRANKER TROTMAN & CO. Annas ie ACANCY SENIOR MASTER, GRAMMAR :
Sey Cl meidels in green and in black Fee * OO 1 ee bet Chapel Hil to whe | YOUR Real Life Told Free SCHOOL. DOMINICA (Over People’s Pharmacy)
- BCS, ee oet.tn | 12:1.50—2n. po | 4 “Seca ‘to such teac.| Would you like to know without an: Applications are invited for the vacant pensionable post of a
Geavy traffic using same do so at their} cost what the Stars indicate for 7
own risk. some of experiences, y Senior Master, Dominica Grammar School. (The Government Sec-
MISCELLANEOUS By order of the Commissioners. k points, etc? Here i

ondary School for boys). The average attendance for 1948 was 140.



































Pundit Tabore, 2. Qualifications. Applicants should hold a university degree
iid Steel Ba ce India's most fam- er
Comgsete work. mound Ti veyier Lid HAMMER wie r,| and be qualified to teach Latin and English up to the Higher School
Coleridge Street, | Dial 4100 who by apply! 4 | Certifieate standard o
’ 13.1. 50—6r ‘ 3 the ancient sci- r :
On Thursday 19th by order of] CONSTRUCTION NOTICE ence to wists] 3. Salary. The salary scale is ($1,920 x $120—$2,400), and con- REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS
0 ee et ter . = ree - wet wT sisteh cheus to comeinat, I te wntee purposes 2A.)| sideration would be given to ap; a suitable applicant at an SURVEYORS.
Phone 2696. §.1,50—t.f.n bas urniture at "Carlisic View +1 signed can be at your service. No job able reputation! | appropriate point in the scale in view of his experience and qualifica- Phone 4640 ~ Plantations
Sahn .. | Bay Street, which includes Double} joo small or . Also Plans The accuracy of | tion ' f
FREEDOM FROM FIRE~—Instal a Fire} Bnq Settee, Carved Pedestals, ) Estimates, Write: Gordon Wai- his predictions SELECTION OF SOME
proof Safe with doors secured b | 50.01 Rockers. Upright Chairs,| ott Airy Hill, St. George, B'dos. and the sound 4. Bonus. A cost of living bonus is payable at the rate of ten ;
combination lock: Suitable for office or | ~ , 8, Uprig o ’ 18,1. 50—1r practical advice t " SALE
store. Secure your records Contact | $ i deboard, Ornament Tables contained in his} PeT e on salary. “ 4 PROPERTIES for
4. & BRYDEN & SONS (B’dos) L.tc dound Tip-Top Table, all in NOTICE Horoscopes on . Quarters. © quarters are provided and no allowance Is
BR santa aah wt Mahogany: China Cabinet, Painted on bee Secu. | paid in lieu of such.
ANTIQUES of every description. Glass. | Overmantie, Chandelier, Hand] , beg through this medium to return Love’ - affairs, 6. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local lati
China old Jewels, fine Silver. bain Painted Screen, Paintings, Glass] sincere thanks to the Electors for thei: Friends, Enemies, provision is made Giaitenes towards ” _
os Fi Mla y~ ie won Sajoin, | nd China, Plated Ware, large Oak | eval _and_unstinted support in electin as voy trav | and > - be on 7
ete,, at Gorr ntique . a -— as a Vestryman. Changes, 7. Passage on First Appointment. The officer's passa,
ing Royal Yacht Club. fable, Double and Single Iron â„¢ assure it shal? alway Litigation, Luck : . ge on first
19.40—ew.n. | Bdsteads, Springs and Beds;} endeavour aa, my utmost best for th: Times a nen nave astounded appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children
GREENHEART--5 l4ft. logs. Can} Bedstead and Spring, Dressing} *°°¢ Khe eee most sincerely, MACKEY of New York believes that | °! school age, not exeeeding four, if they accompany him or follow
~. a at James A. Layne ‘es ! go- dn} Fable and Press, painted pink; ELLSWORTH HOLDER. Tabens thet pelea arene sort of second- | him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. St’ Be
a Soar e—|Childs Press, Play Pen ¢ 5.1.51 Conditions ; “ reas nse
a Child: _ Press, Play Pen -— 15.1.80-—1p S pecans bi’ aubtem Tabere wi 8. of Service. The officer will be subject to Colonial “Roumaika”, Dayrelis Road
ee BoM Apts re oo 1 Top ¢ vena all nse vend yen yee Astral Interpretation Regulations and local General Orders. Fonte”. Maxwells
ae Seeeeee SN nae blu Mahogany Dressing Table, if you forw your full name (Mr. “ ‘ ' ni
; pergon. F. 8. Storey, Manager ue se i’ ys Z 7 me rade: NOTICE Sit ce Edie odiiecen and Geka of Gln 9. Closing Date. Applicaffons, stating the applicant’s age, ome Villa”, Kent
van Bedsteads and Deep Sleep CARLTON CLUB all clearly Be =. yourself. No | qualifications and teaching experience, and indicating the earliest date Houses, Sellevite a
RLANKETS: BLANKETS. Here's som ed O French Press Members are invited to send in motions a — e - % ag es on which he could assume duty should be addressed to His Honour Bungalows, Navy Gardens
g 2 can’t do without ia the co ” . « t iG 1 et of the . yi = ouses, Maxwells
weather. In various sizes and gttalities | Pram, Go-Cart, Ferns Vacuum Club which will be held at the Barbados — ea Se Raeoneey, testi. | the Administrator, Dominica, to arrive not later than the ist of | ee Foutabeite Sungalows,
f i a. ee eT oo Cleaner and many other items mney Asenciation. orreeece Lane, on | Fen ein be sonaned. at the vemuananih January, 1960 Pinfold House”, Pinfold Street ;
Dial 3466 2-53 Swan Stree Spet ne mn uesday, y, L ® mm.
— 11.1-80 Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms cash.} "these ‘motions mut be in’ the hands of | S€curecy of his statements about vou and (Sgd.) J. HAMILTON MAURICE,
saa i i the Secretary before the 19th January, | Your affairs, a on as this offer Educati Many vertised
STHEL SHEETS: 1/16, 1/8, “%, 5/16,; BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., 11950 ca Loi TACOME Deot’ mb-Bi’ Cone. lucation Officer. __ Many properties and land are not ad w
rade ae Meat Di 16. ected Auctioneers Hon. Secretary. | Forjett Street, Bombay 26, India. Postage Dominica. information concerning them may be obtained
ere ee det eeton 15/1/50—2n 15.1.80.—3n. | to India is 24. 15.1.50—3n |




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cuNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

Chinese Seize US. |
Consulate In Peking ROWLAND’S:

@ from page 1 that policy submit their resigna- MACA s SAR OIL crs

} tions to the President, so that the

| nation may have a new team in 3 BALDNESS NOT



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fentsin, Shanghai, Tsingaro, and
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| whom the C Lear oe
ing whom the Congress and the Natio, saci e |
Mae Department said that the can have confidence.” He told ALWAYS HOPELESS | DON'T wonns yrounssts ABOUT steel rolling shutters
‘ese Communists apparently) reporters that his démand _ for boss ; ; Litt | LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL
ed american representauions,| resipriations was aimed chiefly Beldness, which is much more | invaluable. The benelicial ST ibe YOUR, WORRIES ties
inves ed the Consulate proper-| at Mr. Walton Butterworth, As- é maebed tak oe oanaeaed = oon ven | eee a 2 a
oat 1.50 to-day. Assistant al sistant Secretary of State for Far sida. form its functions whéte thé hatueal | BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER
Sart of State, Walton Butter- | Eastern Affairs, who announced the hair roots are dead | oil is impaired. S. CODRINGTON
orth, seid that there w oo g in| he, Peking developments. “If the there’s ndthing you can do about it; The treatment for near-bald- | Britton’s X Ra. 30.11.49--t.0-n. |
rance that the Americans i"} policies of the Far Eastern divis- | but Very often the roots are riot yet | ness is fully explainéd in the leaflet
g would be permitted t0/ion are approved by Secretary of | dead—merely weakly or unhealthy | issued with each bottle of Rowland’s 5606000066: i
ve China. Communications) State Dean Acheson, the show | ftom négiect or malnutrition—and | Macastar Oil, But the far wiser s PRSSSSSSOIOSS
qith the American Consulate staff; fits him too” Senator Knowlan¢ | can be restored to health and | couric is to use Rowland’s béfore 2
Peking, ne said, had not Been! said. activity by careful attention on | hair troubles cegin. A very litde . NOTICE
at -rupted so far. The compound cothmon sense lines. rubbed into the scalp ach day will ‘ $
imeTu ver by the Communist! The Senator said that the: In this connection Rowland’s | keep your hair beautifully groomed is : %
Seiorities is one of four Ameri- oe Communists had greeted | Macassat Oil has been found to be | and free from hair disorders. IN Pe rn ga-y asi ane Bar- x
au arties 2eking. Mr.| With new iinffiendly ac resi- | 7 vocate’”’ Newspaper
jes at Peking | ’ Y acts Presi The most fashionable Hair Dressing and Tonic over 150 years | ¢ ie paper \
go PrP said that some papecs) denv Trumian’s annovneemetit that | iliac idltehhentinastee beteitaatacncdabmaatinian eaaee Is ine Gate and surround= »
ee had been removed to} the hited Btates Would et give | % — er a Soe to
adjoining compound, and furthér llitary Aid to the E fiom Sine San weg) as
a had been destroyed. Chinése a ee Goverament Mr. N. LA YNE. 50 to
others fae on Fétmosa: Mocrats, as well 6% ebtiaKicn a ia Ni I ea x Cornice of lam & unmore
| Republican Senator, William| as Reptiblicatis, displayed angry | § . a 91% “ill of 10th Ave., Belle-
er alifornia, demand-| reaction to the C i ral sy ville. For any further in-
; jJand of Cal 1 c : ommunist inove| % g ‘ :
eerie the resignation cf| at PeRthg. Séhator Brien Me" % Oo » A L E x % formation, Dial 2287. e
Poe States administration | Mahon (Democrat of Connecticut) } x 14.1.50—Sn, eS . : . nt =
oo, responsible for American| said: “If this is a move towards\ & _ The undersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17, VOSS SSSS6S6S665 SOLE MAKERS: HASKINS LTD., WALTHAMSTOW, LONDON, £.17
p) licy tewards China. forcing recognition they are|% High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950, a x
Be ie iaoa’s Geman ccce a eee. Senator 5 @ "hee hie a nee “GAMMA id tis nia —— SESE Sole Agents for Barbados: THE DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING
avor r ‘ . n rewster (Republican . in ouse ca TEM” an e ian . .
fein an interview as angry law] said the Communists ha a % thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast BARBADOS CHORAL GO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS. 8.W.t. Telephone: 3372
/ wakers proposed that the United! “sjammed the open door on China g of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. SOCIETY SOR rey
States classify ne eee in our faces” and added, “This 8 j Hpenties on a a ee Kathleen Hunte, “Brat- .
ists ds “outlaws”, and shun any) just focusses again the necessity|% ton,” Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. al eetideae a
y piorstic dealings with them] of understanding what M Sanaa % For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— case ae Went eens Si
- gs a result of Communist seizure| control means to the outside; R COTTLE, CATFORD & CO, Society will be held at the
i American Consular property at| world.” Representative, Japn Kee, j % 11.1,50.—15n. » Cathedral Church House on SSS j
‘Peki ,| (Democrat, West Virginia) Chair-| $, Tuesday evening, 24th Jan- For MARL, SAND
Senator Knowland said the! mah of the House Foreign Affairs . uary, 1950, at 7.45 mm. ' MAPLE MANOR ve om °
Slate Department announcement; Committee said, “The only thing) ———.___. =








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7 GUEST HOUSE GARDEN MOULD,
. will be issued after the Opposite Hastings Rocks
| official: United States staffs from) lations with the Communists and! LSS Meeting. I. BOURNE, and LIME,
Communist China “underscores| get our people out.” } Tel.—s021, Manageress
P the result of our bankrupt China —Reuter. 26.6.49—t.f.n. Dial 4503.
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Obituary



Mer A.C. Greaves

AFTER a brief illness Mr. Josel

Friedman, General Manager of the

fecal branch of Bata Shoe Com-

pany passed away in his 46th year

on Thursday, January 5th. k

Mr. Friedman who was born in
Czechoslovakia entered the Bata
Shoe irm there 29 years ago a5 2
Sales Clerk. A few years after
he was appointed Store Manager
and then District Manager. Ten
years ago he was transferred 1
this island where he held the
position of General Manager to his
death,

Of a cheerful and obliging man-
ner, Mr. Friedman not only made
expansions of the Bata Shoe Com-
pany in this island but a host ot

‘are friends, who held him in
high respect. His passing wa
mouened by all, but more especial
ly his sorrowing widow an
daughter to gvhom sympathy
extended.

He vas laid to rest in the
presence of a large number ¢
friends in the Jewish Cemetery

Srynagocue Lane.

Mr. J. Friedman

THE death oc-urred at his resi-
dence Murray Lodge, Bay Street
on Friday night of Mr. Arthur
Clarence Greaves, Accountant of
the Barbados Electric Supyl
Corporation at the age of 77. His
funeral took place at the West-
bury Cemetery yesterday in the
presence of a large gathering to
whom his passing was a source
of deep regret

Arthur Clarence Greaves was a
man of sterling qualities. He was
forthright and nothing could
swerve him from the path of duty
as he saw it Soft spoken and
gentee] in manner he was never-
theless firm in carrying out his
decisions. These qualities made

CHURCH

ANGLICAN
Snd Sunday after Epiphany
MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL; 8

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Eucharist. 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Ser Rev. G. V. Hazlewood
lla Matins. Sermon: The Very Rev
the Dea Sj ps vday School, 4 p.r
Childre Se ce pn. Evensong. Ser
mo Rev. € 3. Frederick
ST. CYPRIAN'S: 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist
930 art Matins Sermor Cano Ww
Harvey-Kea 30 s jay S ,
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7 p.m. The Carol Service (Repeat

ST. MARY'S 7.30 awm, Matins and
Litany am. Ma 9 am. Sung Mass
and Sermon. 3.30 p.m. Sunday School
4 p.m. Children’s Vespers. 7 p.m. Even

song and Sermon
(Harvest Festival)
ST. BARNABAS’: 8 a.m
Holy Eucharist. 9 a.m
Mass and Sermon. Preacher: The Lord
Bishop. 4 p.m. Harvest Cantata (Stiver
Collection at the door 7 p.m. Solemn
Evensong, Sermon and Procession
METHODIST
JAMES STREET: 11 a.m
7 pm. Rev. F. Lawrence
PAYNES BAY: 9.30 aw

Matins and
Procession, Sung

Rev. E. Griffin

Mr. W. St. Hill










7 p.m. Re R. C. Palmer-Barnes.
WHITEHALL: 9.30 a.m. Miss E, Rouse
7 pm. Mr. G. Sinckler
GILL MEMORIAL 11 am, Rev. R, C
Barnes. 7 p.m. Mr. G. Harper
c HALJ 9.30 a.m. Rev R. C
Sarnes. 7 p.m. Mr, F. D. Roach
WN: 9.30 au Mrs. Morris
7 pm, Rev. E. Griffin
SPEIGHTSTOWN: 11 a.m. Mr, H, Hus
bands. 7 p.m, M L, B. Waithe
ST. LUCY’S CHURCHES: Rev. F. Law
rence in the mroning
BETHEL a Rey B. Crosby
om. Mr. B. D. Kaye
DALKEITH 9 a.m, Rev, B. Crosby
7 p.m. Mr, G. Brewster
BELMONT ll aw Mr. B. D. Kaye
7 p.m, Mr. H. E Gilke
SOUTH DISTRICT 9 am Mr A
St. Hill, 7 5 Mr. C. Brathwaite (Har
vest Festival Service
PROVIDENCE: 11 a.m. Mr. D. F. Grif
fith. 3 p.m. Harvest Cantata, 7 p.m. Rev
B. Crosby
VAUXHALI 1) at Mr. ¢ Jone
7 pa Ml F. Moore
MORAVIAN
ROEBUCK STREET; 11 am, & 7 p.n
Freacher: Rey. 8. Brewer
GRACE HILL: 11 a.m. Mr, T. Barker
7 p.m. Mr, D, Culpepper
WATTS VILLAGE: 11 a.m. Mr. Haynes
7 pam. Mr. A. Bishop
MONTGOMERY, Cave Hill: 7 p.m. Mr
U. Reid
SHOP HILL, St. Th 7 p.m. Mr
W. A. Arthur
DUNSCOMBE, St. Thomas ll am
Mr. ©. R, Lewis. 7 p.t Mr. W. H, Swire
THE SALVATION ARMY

BRIDGETOWN
Holiness Meeting

CENTRAL il am
3 p.m, Company Meet

ing. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting. Con
ducted by Captain and Mr Brook
(Probation Officers

FOUR ROADS 1 an

p.m. Company

Holiness Meet
Meeting. 7 p.m
r Meeting Conducted by the
Div al Commander (Major A, E
Moffett) assisted by the Divisional Young
People’s Secreta \ tant O. White)

LONG BAY: 11 a.m. Holiness Meeting
3 pam. Company Meeting. 7 p.m, Salva
tion Meeting. Conducted by Captain V
Harris (Divisional Helper)

WELLINGTON STREET

ing. 3
Salv





11 a.m, Holi

ness Meeting. 3 p.m. Company Meeting
7 pam. Salvation Meeting. Preacher
Senior Major T, Gibbs

SPEIGHTSTOWN 11 a.m. Holiness
Meeting. 3 p.m. Company Meeting. 7 p.m
Salvation Meeting. Preacher; Officer-in
charge

SEA VIEW: 1)
2% pm. Company
vation Meeting
Gibbons

CARLTON
3 p.m, Company

am. Holiness Meeting
Meeting, 7 p.m. Sal-
Preacher; Lieutenant K

11 am. Holiness Meeting
Meeting. 7 p.m. Salva-

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SiD You HAVE A HARD DAY AT \ WW
THE OFFICE, DEAR? I COOKED /
YOUR FAVORITE DISH“CALFS y~ ,
LIVER AND BACON~ARE YOU
| GOING TO THE CLUB TONIGHT? // SOFTEN HIM UP '

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ACCOUNTIM GOING TO

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Dr. Hallinan

Two Days CameHerel or

THE 312-ton (net) molasses
tanker “Athel Ruby” under the

command of Captain Lonsdale, r

which has been reported to have
left Trinidad for Barbados since
Wednesday, January 11, was up
to yesterday, considered to be
about two days overdue.

Cablegrams were sent from
Barbados to Trinidad inquiring
whether or not it had left there
and answer came back stating
that it had left on Wednesday.
The “Athel Ruby” usually reaches
port the day following its depar-
ture from Trinidad.

It was coming here to take an-
other load of vacuum pan mo-
lasses.

Investigations concerning its
location were being carried out
yesterday.

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him a highly respected figure in
vw) circles of society.

He had a passionate love for
jgures and at an early age be-
came a clerk with the old West
India Regiment stationed in Bar-
bados. He also served at the St.
Juicia Station before returning
ome to private life.

He was the proprietor of an
1erated water factory for many
years and in this way made many
bosiness connections. In _ this
capacity he was also highly re-
sorcted by those with whom he

did business. /

He was married to Miss Patter-
son who predeceased him many
years ago. He now leaves one
daughter, Miss Ida Greaves, Ph.D.
now an economist with the British
Government.

To her and other sorrowing re-
latives the Advocate tenders sin-
cere condolence.

SERVICES
tion Meeting. Preacher: Lieut. R. Reid
THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH OF
GoD

PCKSTEIN VILLAGE, St. Michael: 11
am. and 7 p.m. Elder R. H. Walkes
_ BANK HALL, St. Michael: 11 a.m. and
7 p.m, Rev. M. B. Prettijohn

ION HILL, St. James: 7 p.m. Evan
gelist A. R. Brome

POCK HALL, St. Andrew: 7 p.m, Rev

3. Winter

FOE HILL, St. Peter: 11 a.m. Evangel
st A. R. Brome

VJURHAMS, St. Lucy ll aw Rev

3. Winter

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
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Am, and 7 p.r
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Power of the Lord” 7 p.m. The Rev
W. F. O’Donohue. Subject Two Pence
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BAPTIST CHURCHES

EGOLF, Tudor Street: 9.30 a.m. Sun-
tay School. 10.30 a.m. Morning Worship
Message by Rev. W. J. Divine. 7.15 p.m
Evangelistic Service. Speaker Mrs. S
Winwood, (Mrs. Winwood is from Can-
ada and has been a missionary to Pales-
tine for the past 16 years)

GRACE, Thornberry Hill
ing Worship. 3 p.m. Sunday School, 7
p.m. Evangelistic Service

PACKERS, St. Patrick: 10 a.m. Sun
day School, 11 a.m, Morning Worship
7 pam, Evangelistic Service

11 am. Morn







CLEVELAND, Rock Hall Corner ll
a Morning Worship. 3 p.m. Sunday
School. 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

BUDLONG, Brereton: 2.30 p.m. Wor
ship Service. 3.30 p.m. Sunday School
7 p.m, Evangelistic Service

FAITH, Walkers 10 am. Sunday
School. 11 a.m, Morning Worship Service
7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

CHALKY MOUNT 10 am. Sunday
School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 7 p.m
Evangelistic Service

BETHANY, St. Simons: 11 a.m. Morn
ing Worship Service. 3 p.m. Sunday
School. 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service

YMCA
ACTIVITIES FOR WEEK, COMMENCING
JANUARY 15TH

Sunday Fellowship, 445 p.m — Mr
c F. Broome, B.A., will lead a Dis-
cussion on “Christ is the Answer for
Every Race These discussions in recent
weeks have been both interesting and
helpful. Everybody is welcome

Monday, léth, 4 p.m.
Physical Training
vf age are invited

S15 p.m.—-Lecture
M.A. on “Earlier

Lawn Tennis and
Boys under 15 years

by E. M. Shilstone,
History of Barbados

Tuesday, 17th, 4.30 p.m.--Games Com
mittee

Wednesisy, 18th, 4 p.m.--Lawn Tennis
Guest” Aliernoon 9lso Physical Train
ing Boys sper ally invited

7 pan, 9.20 ¢.m.—-Competitive Games
Evening. These will be held every week

The games are open to all. A record of
points will be kept with the object of
having a Knock-Out Competition in June

3.30 p.m.—Music Class

8.30 p.m,—Bible Study Group

9.20 p.m.—Family Prayers for

Thursday, 19th 4.30 p.m
Committee

Friday, 20th, 4 p.m,

4.15 p.m.—Film Show

ADVANCE NOTICES

Friday (ith at & p.m, A prominent
member of the Commercial World will
lead a round-table discussion on “The
Devaluation of the Pound.” Members
are specially asked to make this a well
attended meeting

Tuesday, Jan. Bist.
Master of Ceremonies, Rev, E. Griffin
Ladies are invited Admission will be
by tickets which can be had free from
the Office

All
Basket Ball

Lawn Tennis

Social Evening

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Talks In 1941

Dr. T. J. HALLINAN.

7,
is

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now

Dr.
who

Hallinan,
in Barbados



C.B.E.,

to

undertake an enquiry in the or-
ganisation of the General Hos-
pital, arrived on Friday evening

by B.W.1.A. from Jamaica wi
his wife. They are staying
Government House until

th
at

to-day

when they will go to the Hast-

ings Hotel.
Dr. Hallinan told the “Advocat

e”

yesterday that he had a genera!

xnowledge of this part of
world as he was in Barbados

the

in

1941 for the Conference of Sani-

tary Authorities of the Car!

b-

bean when they were discussing

international sanitary questio

ns

concerning the whole area. Two

years later he visited Trinid
for a Conference of a_ simil
nature.

Director of Medical
Jamaica from 1933-1946,
Hallinan was a member of t
House of Representatives
his retirement
also a noménated member of t
Legislative Council fora
and was Chairman of the Hov
ing Board from the ‘time of
inception in 1940 until 1946.

He said that he was
pleased to be associated

it had done some
work and was still continuing
do so

as

Lumber, Dairy
Feed Arrive

very
with
that Board from its earliest days
excellent

ad
ar

Services,
Dr.

he

until
in 1946. He was

he

term

4s-
its

to

About 102,000 feet of white
pine and spruce lumber from
Halifax, Nova Scotia, and 5,600

bags of dairy feed from Montr

arrived at Barbados yesterday

&.S. “N. O. Rogenaes.”
Unloading of this cargo

Bridgetown for

British Guiana,
The “N.O. Rogenaes,”

ton (net),





eal
by

may
begin today and is expected to
be completed by Tuesday when
the vessel is scheduled to leave
Georgetown,

4,389-
is a freighter of the

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Federation Is

“olvation For W.lI.

FEDERATION of the West In-
ciee is the only salvation fer these
isluads, Mr. C. J. Garfunkel, build-
er and 1eai estate businessman of
Toronto, Canada told the Aavo-
cate yesterday. ;

Mr. Garfunxel arrived recer ly
on the “Lady Rodney” on his 1..st
yisit to the island ror a holiday
and is staying at the Marine Hotel.

He said that he had visited scm
of the other islands and thought
that they hac great possibilities
for the future

He thought that the island
should be more advertised in
Canada as it was only recently
that he’ .earnt scmething about it
when hc paid a visi: to Mcntrea!
to get some literature from the
Sun Life Insurance Building.

Mr. Garfunkel said that h
would be resurning next year and
aoped that ais son ,who is i
stcck broker in Toronto would Fe
able to come as this was just -he
spot for him to have a vacatior

9 Year Old Injured

NINE-year-old Biaine Cupp...
of Padmore Village, +.
was injured ai.er wie Mel eve

4nvoived In an accident on Vnu. vas
Viflage Road, St. Phiip wa. wa
car ¥-216 on briday cveu---o
Wes taken LO le ren fas MUSp..ct
uuu uetasned. The car is the pro-
peicy OL Caloeron Spencer vu.
church Village and was being d).-
ven vy Cuuhvely Movre OL
same adaress.

INJURED

JANTHEE Mc CLEAN of Gun-
site Road, Brittons Hill, was taken
to the “enera| Hospital on Fri-
cay evening efter she had been
suruck by the car X-349 on Gun-
site Road, The car is owned and
was being driven by Edith Chand-
ler at the time of the accident.

30/- FOR BODILY HARM

A FINE of 30/- and 3/. costs
to be paid in 14 days or ‘n de-
fault one month’s imprisonment
was imposed on Darnley Smitp
of Peterkin Land on Friday by
His Worship Mr. H, A. Talma.

He was found guilty of inflict-
ing bodily harm on
Haynes on November 26.

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

7 am. The News; 7.10 am. New
Analysis; 7.15.a.m. Nights at the Opera,
# a.m. From the Editorials; 8.)0 a.m
Frogramme Parade; 8.15 a.m. Anthology
3: 8.30 a.m. We beg to Differ; 9 a.m
Close Down; 12 noon The News; 12.10
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Piano
Playtime; 12.0 p.m. Sunday Service: |
1 p.m. Life in Britain; 1.15 p.m Radic |
Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Ray's a Laugh.
2 p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home New
from Britain; 2.15 p.m. Music VM) ga7ine |
2.30 p.m. Starlight Hour; 3.30 p.m. The
Card; 4 p.m. The News: 4.19 pm
Interlude; 4.15 p.m. Pavilion Players;
4.30 p.m. Sunday Half-hpur; 4.65 p.m
Epilogue; 5 Variety Banuuw
6 p.m. Programme Parade; 6.15 p.m
from the Children’s Hour; 635 p.m
$m3il Band Music; 7 p.m. Tne New.
7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m
Caribbean Voices; 7.45 p.m. How t
read the Gospels; 8 p.m. Radio Newsree
£.15 p.m. Tom Jones Trio; 8.30 p.m
Sunday Service; 9 p.m. The News: 9.1
p.m. Home News from Britain; 9.1
ym. Life in Britain; 9.30 p.m. Tip-Tor
Tunes; W p.m. London Forum;. 10.0
p.m. Ray’s a Laugh; 11 p.re. The News

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MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1950

¢ am. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
enalysis; 7.15 a.m. Listeners’ Choice.
7.45 a.m. Places of Interest; 8 a.m. Fror.
the Editorials; 8.10 a.m. Programm«
Parade; 8.15 a.m. Dance Music; 9 a.m
Clese Down; 12 noon The News; 12.1
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Pro-
gramme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Music from
Grand Hotel; 1 p.m. Seience mev.e,
1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m
have a Go; 2 p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m
Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.n

Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. London Forum

3 p.m. From the Third Programme;
4 p.m. The News; 4.10 p.m. Tne Dal,
Service; 4.15 p.m Sweet S>venade
5 p.m Listeners’ Choice; 5..5 p.m

Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. Places «°
Inter@st; 5.45 p.m, Accordeon Interlude,
6 p.m. Ring up the Curtain; 7 p.m. in
News; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.1
p.m. Calling the West Indies; 7.45 p.m
Rena Edwards (Soprane); 8 p.m. Radic
Newsreel; 8.15 p.m
cert Orchestra; 9 p.m. The News; 9.10



p.m. Home News from Britain; 9.1. p.n
p.m. Science Review; 9.30 p.m. Franz
Osborn (Piano); 10 p.m. Paul Temple
end the Madison Mystery; 10.30 p.m
Eve Becke (Piano); 10.45 p.m. Com-
monwealth Survey; 11 p.m. The News
BOSTON

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CROP MAY START
EARLY FEBRUARY

The cane crop this year, es-
timated to yield 137,500 tons of
sugar, may start the first week
of February, the Advocate was

told yesterday at the Department
of Science and Agriculture.







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DOMINICA HANDCRAFTS

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rhe “Copinsay”, 450 tons, was
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Schools open
Again!

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sonnel. Lately, it has been en-
gaged as an escort for bemb dis-
posal vessels employed on the
coast of Scotland.

it is 165 feet long and has a
beam of 25 feet. It is equipped |
with a single screw diesel cap-
able of giving 12 knots. Its
draft of only 12} feet made it
possible for it to berth in the
Careenage. legis

It has a crew of 18 including its
master Captain Watts who is a
Barbadian. The officers of the |
crew are all from the U.K. while
the other personnel are Jamaicans.

The “Copinsay” is expected to
leave Barbados on Wednesday
next for Jamaica.

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TUESDAY, NIGHT, 31ST
JANUARY, AT 8 P.M.

The Battle of The Heavy-
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JACK DICK
The Bearded Marine
184 Ibs.

VS.

(British Guiana)
KID JOHN
The Guianese @fauler
184 Ibs.

ROUNDS

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7.15 7.30 Studio Service
7.30— 8.00 Morning Special
9.00— 9.15 Light Music
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11.00—11.15 Programme Parade
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PAGE TfiN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SCXP/Tt, .'.\NV\RY ir, rtj, SCENES FROM THE T.T.C. CHRISTMAS MEETING How Three of the B. W. 17s Most Important Horse Races were Won and Lost. B\ H III! TRINIDAD ur.RBV llll IRIMIHD DERBY to nmw the richest htw raee in lb* nbbean. richer than theIUNV Jamaica Werbr which about Vii year* it* senior. Hw. in foar pirtnrea taken specially for ihe Uimb]," Ihe brief tery of now Mr. William Seott'a bar filly. Ocean Pearl won the raee wtrtrb lM wa j fct her owner S4.S4J.64 In itake and an ..Wilton a I S549.M in bre*der' premhma. seeoai d wu Mr*. Grace Le.nr. China DMI. bred in Jam-tea. who roHected $1,184.32. third fJormirr another Jamaica*, whoa* owner. Mr. s. W. Brankrr rerttvH $592.16. and faarth the Trlnldad-bred Radar, who bronchi her Dr. V Bain. S4M4*. Ml tl *.RT The It^.k %  mudd* Hid a t.nr tltUM ihmtl It (he m U Win* in the backr*nnd Thoe m<>-l r..s,l> mad* awl IN 'Irfl lo rtffct Mnen . Nrrtreted 0"\>I1>. SntoM Thirketl), !* %  torn Ml Joarpht. Roaemary (Pa-ne). China Dull MrVj Nature Bo* tat Gonial-z and (>"*n Pearl i Mende. Vole the dlfle: rare In Mv|e ol the Venezuelan and English !'-"*•' %  *• %  %  all balan<< Sirbv Th.rkell and Lalltmer erla with RMM ., :1 ,| aajabj OCEAN PEARL vtarled anodai on lavourlte and the hall bred hlh The Atom and Rotrman were next In demand, China Doll Rained ba< B4fl on the -irenwtti ef bar areaaralmn her farm on ihe irark prior to the Deri" m,i being tfrry ouUHUndina; The Barbados hoaw -.urtone had been %lrk before the rare and waa still reeoverlnf from a eMd and fmmt Afl the rare aradTfaaed ih> iortaa>e •I these berae a waxed and waned a* our pi< lures %ho ITKST IIMI RiH'N'D. >unlone i in ihe lead. Oeean Pearl I far on the ouUide. bolted at Hie first tarn Here he hide* Kar| who won hy nlv | hort head and IMBrd a decided shadow ta be raat un her >nmin.i \nd look: Who said 13 wa an unlu'k> number? BOOKERS IB'DOS) DRt'G STORES LTD. Broad Street and IUl.n<* (ALPHA PHARMACY) Chdc I % &f *• ,art i,h doublo-aclion Ihormogona ModiCfllad Rub. In soothing modkinaf vapours will bring ipdy 'oliol from Haad Coldi nd CtfVrh and ts dap pona>raliv s -/,(( bro-W HP r *od ea*e Cough* and Rhnunwbe Paint. You'll say I hermogena Madicalad R ub .s a real bkissing I THER M E O I C 3IOOE3TE AT ED RTI STRENGTH \v loauii aMnjy -nd ** *hcn you no longer Uffj -naieton >^i:omtn foaaNonal liicnuth* buildinnl'ood-phovphjrus andproicin. Stood and nerves* ric-wd twdhacourwof 9 i .i tlut ihci %  %  health, youlh and I On M/P ol %  „,„l raamiai utiHiy Row I^JC 1 into ; -aam >ou ll serene %  SWAT Of. EX: V/.WT ; TONIC FOOD IIKI vikillly ... Hi.I.T.I. I up Mr. K. D. Latlunrr up. THE ttlNM.K LLIt |N leada in Sturm %  Olft Ibla mar Hi. 1111. %  -1 bechinlna liard i a. i T.T.C Bandb ap on lb. third da> than -he > i ii" tail own II am lie* ll In r hardloutli' Thto race now lakes Ihr place ol Ihe iinaatw Qmtaih Cup Run WWtt '•. tw ln|s |Mt ycar'a rare itlrarled llir larger (ban usual entry ol 12. but four hroke down bsfam] Kaint %  • tin* pusl lls MIU.to the winner waa % t.76K 64. thto belni a record >iim hecanae polni monrv (rom the %  taki maj hliher than ever The I mare Storm'k Gift proi rd superior to the creolm and after lakin. the lead Itetwren Hut four and the thrre she *tavrd oft a strans bM by Blue Slre 4 k to wlrt by a neck Thto waa SturmQkfl HUN in Trinidad in i"l;i and li i nMU Jamaican Blue Streak. He beat her In Mi T.T.C Plata in June but before that inrcl ban, u M out afaj lud Hrl v u lories ,>\ --r bfjn Pew A Hau hortrs In. f \ri mi-l ra. li ulher m uftrn N M On Ihe third day ol the mreUnit lhr> met a^ain and i.n.e nui e baa become one ol Ihr LiMmrilrs ol iU, Irinldwd %  TanW HIM ol,' U Monn(lift was Ihe uinncr i notable Itiinc* JIK.UI MOIIIM (.ill is U, i .j,j.ii> I..I Kfjril ll law 1 U Ihr |49 T II t up a. c ol the merlinc mini peoplr llnmcln she had had a > llllltv l( „,., vs ini to do herself JU sii. Hut it is likely that she iaMl. r lot ilu %  u mc 0 ( 2.|5 ihrrefun anord a* for this Cop raca, alo ihr llrsl weather. Thr linir of Ml IhrrHonappear* klou l.wl ihe r.i. mfl reallv a very fact one. ^B. %  hs>L %  *. -rs^Jm nr lRlfc* T %  ** "^., au %  • %  *** -^r" 4V v "' I Mr LAST BEND: The lead which -ost Klur Mreak the rare Mono* Gift Mine aeat %  1Mb] by LatUmer aa Slrb> heins hto come back with Klu, MnaJj Ihe (iamhlrr third, and Gun Sit* jr < living hard but (annul BM up so i-iiiti. is ih. pare. I"h' Hi t ilt is Si.tk* v i Ml 11 IssH two-year-old eyent ol the ^uulh Caribbean also uw a IMMfd • 'It ft! paid out to the winner. Run over alx fnrlonis Usl wear's ,,,. attracted It entrant* of which the *cn..i... ,l -. ( \ uirrnt bred Bow BrlK | labourite Second fa\ourlle^ .:> I |',„|,i kfed H I I ini.i.l ^ I u> Bulit-v i i c went to Fair Profit and Lai> Bones was MMMl Mri llMMhl IfWl surprise waa the l.ct thai Bow Hells waa khnM out of tht | Ua outsiders Mon Ami and Sun Glee. Fair PlMH H ..wred i i rid trained by l.to Ullllamt who alko preparcu Blue WUmk a I'oil. Thto nat therefore an all hmi eaa trrumpu. ,r lure ll.an .„ir DtTbj -un How Hells to nMR • %  the 1ML Themtcan be seen how Laa) Iteaiea the white hers. MM* l„ uke Ihe rar. id I jlr Profit. I hen i Man Ami. Prlnceaa hl*ea Mon Ami while *„,, (;(„. is f -arl h p^^ BcUi w ^ |rUj m ra lluht. MM t.lrc ami ICABJ Hope I lu k lime Mcnde. an Leap On to decidedly oft balance reaatted alck. ""' " A'V "pOJoawilf < cloryJay-s 1 .„rky„u..thc!ir ..ind I Amir cleaiili to dttp duwu im,,, clnnllw ,> U I lie iruik : ANDREWS LIVER Si COOtS • REFRESHES • INflGC



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PACE TWO DAY ADVOCATE T7TP 'V .I1V1 \RY f.-.-.-.-. •,-,-.•,-.-.-,-.-,-. .,-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-. %  .: %  .: % %  GLOBE THEATRE TO-NKJIIT at I.M ind ( ontlnulnj 5 A g.W IN — IN GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME r With HAU IM BOOB • >' IWH Mi Ml fen hiring: ABJfOI Svncooatinc il) Ami yev > in your eye ar eves Urt me to wint You (4) Thr Paean EatfC Sonc not purlilai k-)i))rkrl Tickets. (gft) MU KICK JOM v i Manager. Globe Theatre) FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION THE GRAND HOTEL in I'lCES ADA ii W.I Bathrooms to nearly every '. k i % %  Bi • Hi ,ins—also Outboard M hi H duicd journeys to beach. (rum $10.00 to $14.00 per day :. Lunch. Dinner I DO pel prison) fr. in SO.OO to $7.00 per day %  .nch. Dinner. KIN! u.l vi : Ralph A. Beard, Hardwood Alky, I'hone 4683. INTERCOLONIAL (RICKEl!! | BRITISH GUIANA versus BARBADOS nI HISTORIC KENSINGTON OVAL 111 II I. In. U I" II. 13 and II i I i IIii.ii, il. 17 l| -il gad II i i UmUMONi niTl.k'l %  I III... I..I -I I.kll i i i II ,> ill ill Prtee iii-i ii1 Il MIS — — Sic. per Day illjlf Met gflei |.n LvatfaMa at I/ate Dai i %  mi MHAOM i in ii i .--HI i ITION IM H l' in .-, -.-.'.'.-.'.'.Finger on the Pulse |_|I S GoviTTior. Ha Mr. A. W L Save*and i the "pr:vate of portraits and pictures by Mrs. E. Dorothy McAviiy. P R.S.A., at the Drill Hall on Friday afternoon. As Patron of the S.PC.A., Hit Excellency declared xf,< pened. Among the many guests Invited by thr m an d Lady Colly more. Sir John and Lady ; and Mrs. A H. Campbell, Dl Mrs H Mr. and Mrs. Packer, Dr and Mrs Dean Klein d Mr* B. Carter, ': idler, Lt Col. and Mr* Council. Commander and Mrs. Smithies, Mr and Mrs. T. S. v and Mrs. Guflllat Dr. and Mrs. Fui;imer-Moore and many Canadian and American %  Film Show at Wakefield A S AN experiment the British Council is giving its newseries of Monday film shows a' 4 45 p.m. instead of the usual time In the evening. It thought that there may he many i>c>plc who would prefer to §t* a (11m show on leaving their work rather than come back lo In the evening and toward< Ihi md of th" show have to watch the clock anxiously so as .i to miss the last bus home If the response to this experl'i-nt Justifies It. the shows will I continued at th!s time Admission to the film show is fre. and for adults OOl H*f R^ *\ I required. The pmJjl commlttet Cwdb C**Uwq Wor,d TWrTT? W AS '" "^It V '"da, m ,*\ 'oadc^J** rou* the ln -'li'lifl.Blt i?S .: %  phone—the rw? number ot dig, ",;'"" Theo,,^ lainly made a B-^'I reeeptlon %  „ 2* be Iriteres,,,,, N '." %  !'• %  av ul lhJi> '.-.la*. smiths ••Sh.sJJjM '"" *•* partTli'i broadcast ,.^* Mr Don. ol th, %  I told m. u^,%  i number unite wore "nablt? to iLj wouw eon.. to % %  & asked Crib to S* *'ho might be ^ ihey should be White Park b7| u I'roadcast sta,^ nnx f'iT the show or atonJnnuary Iflth is n h I Lali-sf Ni-wn Flim. Showinu the Berlin Airlift parade. Skyrocket Plane in U S.A lor-General of Nigeria laying foundation stone of new Cathedral Princess Elizabeth in Malta etc. etc. .Vein nVrieto of 1949 Jiilim Caesar. Th um" scene from this famous play. Brutus is played h% Peiil Avlnu-tand Mark Antony by Leo Genn both of whom are well known British actors of stage and The film is produced bv Sydney Box. A film in technicolOUf describing the Industry—the backhone of Britain's industrial power. For Beauty Contest ISS ANTON1A ZIADIE. Miss Most Beautiful FIKrunner-up in LFFT Portrait of Mr> Hlevsn. wlfr of r llran Klrvsn on H1IO at lh.Itr.ll IUII II ttw BxMbitlon of NHtgMl Uai MUM W b% tttt, B. I>"rlh* %  aAvHl FRS\. At ligkl portr.it of 4n II F Shrete, wife of Ilr II F Skeetr. Pawed Exam Spent Two Weeks N EWS has Just been PBCeivi I that Miss Marion Garner. .1 ompiising Mrs. rj-rhadlan now studving in the A. W Sentl. Mrs Glynn Reed and „_ „~ rf -..(th hnnours. Store, Trinidad, returned home •... %  U 0,,-et ,e. .,^eUI H h, V.O.f*. "** |^-'* „„..>!,., b.. D HI I i -line ,..,>.„( Cabaret Show At Drill Hall snd her Fint Vi lih 1 ago, U5.A £* Mr. Clarence locTi! "oak is no. ,£** ") Ihc island. H '„ Friday mornlns b, *" 0b M Sadovnik, wife of thiMis. C. B. Stuart arc working hard Manhutt.ni yaatarday by B.W.I.A. alter sjienilof Borg and Back und Trinidad b weeks' holiday. tuT panted by hu wlfc '"yingatthewtoaj Mi Ince is ProkaJ _... > „ ..v.nninalion at the Manhml.111 ycslcmay Dy H.w.l.A. alter spenou. oorg and Back Os. preparing lor the Grand C'al.. r t< Sl n „„| .,. ., inn two weeks' holiday here. She of Ine Borg Warner 0, 1949" and IflM Jamaica' icat, and Mrs. Oartruda Miss Jamaica of 1949. reporter of the "Gleaner", have been Invited by Ihc Colombian Government to take part iii a beauty eontest to be held at Bar. ranqullla be-fore the opi the Pan American Games. Thcv leave for Barranquilla on Jan 17. and will be the guests of the Colombian Government for two T.C.A. Flight Delayed P.C.A Might which was due Barbados yesterday morning %  i in Montreal for 24 hours due to bad wiather. Id) will take the form of a mannequin parade at the Drill Hall on Saturday. February 4. at 9.00 p.m. This .how is in aid of the St Philip Baby Welfare Centre and the St. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clinic There will be a lovely moon and good music supplied by Mr Clivir Qlttgffll and his orchestra. Among those taking part u Misses Grace Bishop. Danhne Clark*. Fay Chase. Norrno Mascoll. Rachael Evelyn, Chrl Gracie, Dorothy Roberts. GracWard. Anne Keevll, Muriel AshHy, Brenda dikes. Brenda Smit; K 7. Walcott. Mrs. D H L. Ward. Mrs. C. B. Stuart. Mrs. U B Hi Gerald, Mrs. E. L. Ward. M Crowe. Mrs. R. C. Springer. Mrs C. Noott. Mrs. S. Wolfe an M. I* D. Skewcs-Cox. in MM To Join Husband HS J rVdamin eamt in from Trinidad on Wcdn' nwi A. to join her husband who l< now taking charge of I hoe Co.. Md until the new Manager arrive* She w • lying at Coral v. %  Back To Venezuela IOHN KtiD III and Mrs Ren' and small daughter, who have been spending a long vacation at "Cacrabank" have returned to Venezuela after what they described os a wonderful holiday. Mr. Reid represents the B.F. Goodrich Company. Laboratory Technician. was accompanied by Miss Garner is the second riaughMiss Nunla SaaoVnlfc and Mister of Mr D D. Garner. M.C.P ol Esther Zakrzowski who are both Marchncld. St. Philip and Mrs students it St JosVpt) Garner Who Is at present in the They wot -the Hotel rjxj. Royal. \fR AND Mrs. Eri t iT *Chicago, U5A*i lay by air via i and Trinidad on thari the island for two staying at k| M" They are Hotel Mr. Johnson Inland Wire ProducOft REG CASEY seen receiving a Silver Cup Iron) Mrs. Clifford Kephlrin at the All Star Nlghl at the Globe Theatre .111 Friday ntght. Casev. who sang "Again" earried uff lirsi prize. Tlle Cup was pre*ri)ted on behalf ul /.rpliirins Bak< I u IB, In the eentre is Mr. Mauriee Janes. Manager of the Globe. Congratulation! Returning He lyfl 13P. MATHUi •*• Manager of IC| treal who was here hi two months In rtmta Ihc inauguration of 71 vice expects to rng headquarters by TCA.I Mr. W. A. C. Ska mauling as Renda) I and has taken up rtt "Three Arches." Ngrjti History Of But TPHOSK inlorMttd • %  history ot Birta have a chance ol Ihcir knowledge whip Shllston. lecluna night ot 8.15 the YJU Mr. Shllstone will wt Early History of BltM ^ponsoral KMra-inural OrplrMa University College of Indies. There will be n Ihl series, tha -:i-t m :a Ev lie le a Pmg, i HONSUOHM lira, \ in.: In to Tuesday Nighl at 8.30 IIKITK DAVIS -:ROBERT OOMXBY In JIM-: BRIDE" with siNTBt, Bait) LYNN A H .uner Bros, new laugh-team in the happiest hit ol their lives I Wednesday at 5 & 8..1O p.m. Thursday Nighl at 8.30 Helmut I'AViiM Philip DOKN. Jean SULLIVAN in "ESCAPE IN THK DESERT A Warner Bros. Picture V.V.W.V.V/AvV.V/'.W.V.'.V///,* MOIH ItMSI Yoni BATH II \sl\S—While lireen. Pink TILES—White and tirc.-n ELECTKK AtTDMATIC WATEK HEATEKS—... s und 15 l. .I!..... nii.ll AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SUITES YORKSHIRE COma PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sizes LEAH PIPB—H", '•/ n 4 ". IV BIB It STOP COCKS &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. C ONGRATS lo Mr. and Ormond Itollock ol Bleck Hock. St. Inrlh ol a son 01 I Holh mo: line to ." Comingi And Ga M il. AND Mrs. JoHl ol Ihc U.S.A. tm 011 Wednesday by BM .1 ., holiaij the MarmeHat cl C OKGR/ lo ,„ .„„ .,_" u.jon Thursday u> B.WJA in of Bank HalL on a birth of daughter M acssta %  K.'f 1 !*! 8 1 W **** hOUm 8bouW '. bta ho toaro wbt M ta>acn irom a trout 7 (ft. —>''* conteuoei lor rtturntjd fruit, IJI '" :L.W *** rourieli* to do th* Vir"*, f boring exUtayioa, igi no l4j from Aden. (*i snouid nut* a parlect cm#. (| t. Ait amber oonteUba \%. 141 j. Ju*t rouod balL O) '" iSnffif IS? M * ^ Uo : il. Aa %  clue this is n ot original, %  ,. M. This aiu la atuoyment. 1+1 J*. -Veui. vidt. vfel'* mar o : ;aiiuilr to yoa, but what U it l mm I?* 3 Uiiaeratandluas. 141 mil (> Miss Francis Goes Shopping T HI I* V.V.: Kiid. and SBOODg tha bargain huntari %  %  %  %  Trinidad, and Evelyn Framis frotn Bai badoi. %  %  liday and ait ; irine Hotel. M R ,„ b b Below Zero s Giinbert, Ms Port-of-Spain. Ti dome by B.WIA day after spending weeks' holiday here. Hi rompamed by his wiha. they were staying III I M R. C. Avcrboukhcfl Project. Diego Ml dad. returned home bf yesterday. He had *p> in the island and watW Motel Royal. *" .'iiuVta'ut^a. n wou7^o?* W North wlu Vh.VM *-:.rr?r.J? oux l" ia ' *<*• ahr,,,i in ,u,.rjuie k,.!,,., -—. :iurgablf. brtaka ant i. Thia. bolt. .. -. A swunmlng animal, (ft) 0. Make* cotnw in Sao. (51 o. A lama .Ida J 141 \i S 1 ?' "a; !" ar.. si na'. not onM.nl. (|^* KnN ?" ""jOaraioua with a faiounw !? rStt* I'SI 10 '""• '" l'J What a tuuttura I it< w ft "winaTnththj*. (4i 32 Pound sn pu.'or IP J*^ lvry day things arc happening throughout the world sod in different a/ Canada which have a director indirect bearing on Canadian corpora lionet and their lecuritiea. One of oux jobs is to keep a linger on the pulse of business throughonl the world. Our Canadian hran,lit \ ki p ul in close touch with affairs in ail pevru of tha Dominion; our offices in New York, London. Jamaica and correspondents in other important centres are alto in constant cnwmumtttioa with Head Office. All information received is carefully analyzed in relation to variostf •acuity situations. This information is available to investors; it is part of* aW ksoliiiei included iu what wc urru A n-mDLtt investment serrica. IMPORTANT C ^ANADIi\NS ,iVfK niuce Procopf. * nved in BarUnk.tor . A *-l al-law. Trinidatf. holiday aal home by B.W.IA. yai" is simply wonderful especially • fter coming iron, the cold U|i ]\>f R AND Mrs. Da* is 1Y1 and tlicir two aw about 10 dcRrces below zero. for Trinidad by B.W.1A 1 Ry^TOQtOTK—Heres ho'. AXYDLB v X R is i. ONQI 1 1io %v Itat simply atands for another. In tWi for thr ihrre L's. X for th,>log.am t^Uotntlon W T E P. S M S LDCUE8Y M C F JDSEM GDS JUYOST8B UOSD%  ". — U O C B. •* S i TSELr H E N R To !" o JOHN WHITE SHOES n 01 W. C. Pit-field & Company, Limited MONTREAL Correspondents: MANNING & CO., LIMITED Bridgetown Barbados TANS AND BLACK IM HHHHM.I. MHHS A SPECIAL OFFER a, :.0 and ...OO A PA] J



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PACB BIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE JlUUI.ll IUl\ R MtlT t bj Tbt MncM a. US. H eroea •••. BrWflowi Sunday. January l.V I' 1 11 Broken Promises IN SPITE of Lord Treigame's recent mat that the number ol undertakings approved by the Colonial Development Corporation and fully operational m nber last was 28 with a capital commitment of £14.500,00^ and the recent announcement that C.D.C. have successfully negotiated for a concession of 500 square miles of forests in British Guiana, yet there is still dissatisfaction at the progress made, and the opinion is expressed freely that little is being done for the countries of the Caribbean. The man in the street, as well as the more educated is becoming more and more despondent. And now the Bishop Designate of Trinidad is the latest recruit to those who a.c warning the Colonial Office and the respective Governments of the various territories that patience is being exhausted. Writing of the frustration experienced in British Honduras, the Bishop gives an impressive list of the commissions, technical .specialists and high ranking civil servants who have visited the colony, and of the kindly promises made and schemes put forward which foundered before they were put into operation. "There is something wrong with our methods of Crown Colony Government," writes the Bishop! "It is not the man, either in the Colonial Office or the Colony, it is the method It is the interminable delay and reports, the visits of the highly paid experts, and the decisions that are taken with little reference to the moral and human needs of the individuals that live in the colony, which are completely frustrating." The Bishop points out that the people of British Honduras have time and again protested thenunswerving loyalty to the British Crown in the face of claims of the neighbouring Republic of Guatemala. That there can be no moral justification for holding huge areas of undeveloped land unless they are to be used for the : of the inhabitants and of any BnttUera who will help i'i the op< i up n[ these virgin : l MBtfment that will be subscribed to by most %  Indian., who are now ek.'ing out a prei-arim overcrowded islands from 1 is little proM n of prosperity. The countries around the Caribbean 11'ised their doors to West Indians and they are unwanted In the Dominican and in the United States of America. For over thirty years they have t up by promises of a new Eldorado in Brituana. And alter the condemns weie %  I tal i .MS or who were i;iven priority of settle.iin had reas i when published. But at •< %  ai which I %  miles conci. it will bo i fen %  eppreciabli will he leaving Jamei* Barbados and the ot] is for the South American CohM to dil 'ies show that the rale in the population in these h and that i outlet then will sum come a %  hen it will be beyond all human I ven the oan I the dense populal Wh 'he original Report stiiiiu tn.it British Honduras would, within a able tune, be able t" absorb excess population, riut now that i M a personage than the Bishop ol Miras has confirmed the opinion that i lv inactivity raged in the Central American y, II may bt ai we'll lot 1 I iven mento take heed of the %  anting that "noi : uh.it results poverfa and Buffering an ii of spirit of a frustrated people may 1 while failure to implement ... brought down bitter criticisms oi thi r ''% %  .nd the Colonial Office it dm not stir up the feeling ol resentment which devaluation of the British H,. t; dollar and the utter disregard of the prorrade by the Ministry of Food to tie i Sugar producers have manaccomplish almost over-night. i ling was devalued the pos'tion of British Honduras, whose currency had been linked for generations with that of the United c aref u llv .nd special concessions i d to the currency of the thin three months the i and the promises people of Honduras were over-ridden and forgotten, and in spite of protestations and lid vole of the unofficial members of the Legislature the special powers ol the Governor were invoked to devalue the dollar. These two incidents, coming so close together, have had a shattering effect on the faith which the peoples of the Caribbean formerly placed in the integrity of the Government of the United Kingdom. It is this faith and knowledge that a promise was as good as a bond that has linked the countries of the Commonwealth. If this faith is lost then anything may happen. The West Indian may be classified among the backward peoples of the world, but he needs no dose of British culture nor extra-mural educational courses to make him realize that he is being used as a political pawn. Neither West Indians nor other Colonials, whether from Mauritius, Africa or Fiji, will be prepared to continue in voluntary association with a Commonwealth in which Ministerial Departments are more concerned with the cost of sugar on the breakfast table of the British housewife than Ha very existence of a colonial. And the fact that they suspect that after the election the same Government if returned may reverse their latest decisions, and throw overboard the promises made to the :i electors, makes them even more MO precarious position of the If the confidence of the colonial is to must be done i remove colonial affairs from the sphere of internal political can):i the United Kingdom. C prepared to be sacrificed on the altar of full employment for the people of Britain. OIK HKAOEHS SAY. i.ni" More I %  'mil 'AY" must lie ranked among the major progressive features ultural Department with,:' as a natural iiv 'i, the District Agricultural Statit meeting in then Farmers' lltural information btained free were ted by peasants, and toDay" in the parishes is i i forward to by peasants, small holders and all who have interests in the thing of interest and value to be acquired at ti %  'lit show at Grow : on to the general TI i ad lor fruit cultivation cannot Ai iltural lands or eo mimic crop— ere is no likelihood that I; fruit to supply the needs of I %  with little effort, i" ni..i'i within the Il now iporting 'fruit from the '"" coloi And. even if ll 1 ' %  ply of home-grown fruit wou V,K t^U.OOO ""itii oi trull i. brought into tin. annually pan of this frull lea St V:io id, witii si Lui I i me., ranking aa the chief suppliers. 1 %  i at and also supply smHll qualluties of tii, fruit landed '.on of flint, few in Barnjoy the luxury because freight i. rough dama th. i houae. d follow th,' advice of the hire, then t!, I,.. | ... ... | appreciable fruit crop which WOUld go a long way to ensure that more • .' ito tin heeltbgiving vitamins contained in fruit juices Zilliboy Shinbag "I'm eerj the Party hurt . mr 'wijl T'O* dewted service tu . laith in lhe PffuM AimiHfi if iusi a tittle dimmed ..." %  Itali **r> well to snipe "•"' gruff at The Right Road for ttrltain,' !.. ft'l full ot thins* in? Socialin mi* 1 I be f>ow(t of." TOOLS SMOOTH PLANES RAPIER Pl-ANtS a PLAN! IKONS STANLEY CHISELS t SCREWDRIVERS SPuKESI: BAND DRILLS SLIDING T BKvsXS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS BACK & COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS and many other Items to Intereil rood Cratum,. SELECT Tllr'M HUIl WILKINSON & HAVNES CO, LTD., Successor,I, C.S. PITCHER & CCX LTD, Phones: 4472 & 4687 Meerineo/rhrCcntral ^-^ f. Fabian Society I'm V-y-yei. M-M-Morfan I'hillipi v *iiu.o< with Mr. Butler ai the .. yy-ye. ecccerralnly. . "No—I can't come to the £xi ordinary Meerine of thrCeni Londoi dining Carllon Clue. Sitting on the Fence Hv Villiaim-I f.iilili.us ARGUMENT ;ibuul whether January 1 marks the 49th or 50th yir of the 20th century doesn't matter to me. All I know is thai 1 have lived through it all and didn't like any of it. Here are the low spots of my life starting at the beginning of the century: — About 1900. Aged about six. row of cheering in streets of London. It was relief %  I KuMring, Didn't like the noise. Cried and was taken home. 1M1. Went to ichool. Punched and kicked by bigger boys. Didn't like it. Cried and was I tome. 1911. Got a job. Didn't like it. Nc.irly cried. Went home. • • • 1911 Enlisted In Army. Didn't like it. Too old to cry. Couldn't ga home. 1915. Went to France. Didnt like it Sick. Invalided home. 1919. Released from Army. Cot a Job. Didnt like It. No use .Mm* Money to take home. 1921. nrtd. Didn't cry, but went home. 1912 Cor another Job. Didn't like it (.lot married. First quarrel. Didn't like It Nearly Cried Nearly went DOOM, 1923-29. Working aa reporter. Didn't like it. Reporters too tough to cry W.nt home when I tould • • • 1930. Started tunny col—n, laughed. Nearl-. erle Went I 1939 War. Didnt like It. Munich kM anybody cry. Went home. 1940 Bomb*. Didnt like them. Hemi i, u d Didn't like it. But nothing to cry about. Could always go h'linc. 194.J. Peace. Didnt hk,it iiuiiuniii: eontiiuK.i. Didn't lik, it. InIOBM tax Didn't like it. Felt like crjrtni Went home. 1944 I 9ft Surrey .Vest jar Sea %  ,i %  Wdn %  LUu MI Don't like 9M now. Shall never like aea. .. u c "y'oK Sea is home. 1949 .unfed to join Special Con. slabulary 'in cate." What'' Anothar war? Another unifocm? Didn't like it. Felt like Went hOBM One Good Heed Kh/abeth. South Africt, one good deed a dav .. |,, formed by local scoutmasters who sit in with I.IHK srlvao wbila their husbands with the boys. There L, r.o charge. %  Vpi if ft u in .. scoutnuitor have to sit right at the %  Fm qin'c coiu/ortable here, thank mi end. Isn t that nicer? Well, yes. in a wa y t You don't sound very enthusiastic. Oh. yes, I am. But one has to remember one's a scoutmaster. But scoutmasters do the most terrible things. I've read about them. There are bfack sheep in every fold. I simply adore black sheep. What's that badge for? Making Ares out of little bits of flint? Yes. And that one? Good conduct. Don't move back any further. You'll fall over the edge. Shall I tell your fortune? Why, yes. Of course. To-night you're going to lose ana badge and win another. Am n You're going to lose your good conduct badge. How do you like that? Well . And win a badge for starting another little Arc. Do you know where? Really. Mrs. Bracegirdle. A little Are in my heart. Shall I tell you something else? You'd better not. 1 fhouyht / heard a key in the front door. Oo's got black stu has. ..Oh, hello, Braeeyirdle. Had a yon1 time? Yes. Have you? In ih.Club "WF.I.i what's going to happen now "About what?" "The Government. I suppose yOU think the ConservaliM going to win the election? "No. I dent" "Because if you do you're wrong. The Socialists will get In wttb I majority of at least 100, if you ask me." "I didn't ask you." "After all. who beiietlta by Socialism? Not the people with initiative and brains, but UM people with no initiative and just enough brains to see when it's I oil;..* s Thought rVWV TRAIT ol beauty may be leteired to some virtue, as to innocence, candor, generosity. modesty, ot hetoism. —ST. PIERRE '^\THAT a man does, not "vWiat he teels, (Junta or believes, if the universal yardstick ot behaviour. %  ENJAMIN C. LEEMINC I ihoutd hi* it to be clearly understood that 1 ihink Mr. rtv Is Che greatest P.M. I• Mr. l.,lad>tone, a finer orator than Mr.Churchill, [he Im'lifK Human dynamo tincc Niipiilcon and l'otte*.tei (he orgumiinr Cfniuf of H*nr Ford." ENJOY I ill si •I SIXF.CT THEM EARLY! SLICED BACON—per lb SALAMI SAUSAGE—per lb DANISH CHICKFN' BROTH -per -.in DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGES—per tin DANISH HAMi—per tin J FRAY BENTOS TOMATO SOUP—per tin VITONE—per tin PINEAPPLE JAM — '2 lb tin EVAPORATED MUX—per tin per tin ...,, SWIFT'S LUNCHEON BEEF—ir tin „, NESPRAY— :'.i-lb tin Lrviro Eipress dervi time to go home. And who's in the majority?'' "I don't know." "People without brains have alwnys been in the majority and always will be. Otherwise there wouldn't be enough workers to go round." • Wouldnt there?'' "So it stands to reason if the majority beneAts by Socialism the majority will vote for Socialism. And you cant tell me any different."' "I'm not trying to." 'They've got enough brains for tha'. but not enough to see any further. Perhaps you can tell me what's going to hrfppen when B no more rich to soak and no more high incomes to tax?" "No. 1 can't," -Well. PD tell you. I* the workers want all their free benefits without our help they'll have to pay double the taxes they're paying now Then there's going to be trouble." "Is there?" "Strikes, riots, civil war. And what then"" "No idea' "Communism. Stalin kBOW9 how to deal with workers arbo cause trouble." "Does he?" "I warn you 1950s going to be worse than the last five fom put together. For the workers, into the factory, or else. For us Think as they think, or else. For the country, poverty. ruin, boot, Eiui. Happy New Year to you." "Same to you" Old Saws KiKhl Dr. V of physic reached the conclusion that many old proverbs predicting the weather are meteorologically Mniud. Among rtUabta OOOI are: — M CvanliU] ied. morning ^11 help thu travellci on his an "Rain before seven, flne before aotvan." SOME ol iwi in this part of the world are equally reliable about health. In January pond is fa-Ogfl In February blow your nose. h March be mild with showers of rain. In April blow jiour nose acain. May blossom heavy hung with moWi Go to bed, and blow, blow, blow. II in June east minds do /reeze. All July you'll hack and sneeze. Cold wind in August and September, Cough, cough, cough all through November. December snow, December cheer. Doctor calls throuohout New Year —LXS. Arid Remember to order the Famous VOIK.XDE H.XE HIM "Good lo Ihe last drop." SfANSFElD.SfOnt&ji W.W.W.-.v.-.V.y,.,,,^,,,.^ IIOYAHDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER --IT pkn yi'EEN OLIVES per bi.i TOMATO KF.TiiiiT per bot IIOLLOWAY'S OIN 1I.T Iwi DRAMBINE—bl bol ,f A ? VE Y S BR 'STh would receive hi. t1 ,„ To Tl td ""'. The Adiwate. Ihe ('I A ., sin. -i h ..ui,i Uka to My lr |:..|...l,-nu S.Searle. 2!xL, a ?l ,f '" '•' modeelysnd taUon and appolnimeVu ,,r, I %  < . OLD STAGER. Damgorou* To The Editor. I 0 SIR—A few weeks go a coirei in your Evening Edition tnadt manttoa of the breaking of the surface of the Goodland Road to laj* water mains after that road had been resurfaced. I should like to mention that it would have been wise on the part of the Transport and High Department to put signs at either entrance to this road now that it is blocked several hours during the day. It is a populai h ing by nearly a n-.:|. %  from Block Rock to sBrtsk*rte**n I motorists \.m find that after traversing half the distance one has to tuin back beII of the narrow road is r BOOM lorry laden with goods is parked. A similar experience brought public dissatisfaction when the Chamberlain Bridge used to be swung without any notice ot the Hay Street ca had to make a detour through Fairchild Street to come out about fifty yards away near the triangle The public deserve* h i .tton, MOTORIST *<


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SUNDAY, I \MARV 15, last Ohituarv -I M>\\ ADVOCATF. .. Jlr A.t Urvuw. %  illness Mr Jowl ..ser ol the : naia Snoe Company passed away In hi: ih jrear on Thursday. January 5th. Mr Friedman who was born in \akia entered the Bala Shoe lrm then29 vrars ago as a Sales Clerk A tew years attei ppointeri Store Manafer years ago he was IransforrralMl where he held %  death Of a cheerful ant obliging manthat MFriedman not only made jr. UhelRuby" Dr. Hallinan Two Days' Came Here For Overdue Talks In 1941 On M of the Bata Shoe Companv in this island but a host >' tanrtt, who held him in high re*peel Hi* passm* I it more o^nocia. HHl W t m widow an daughter iTipalhy %  ie rM m i %  %  THE 312-ton (net) molasses tanker "Athi'l Ruby" under the command of Captain Lonsdale which ha* been reported to have left Trinidad for Barbados since Wednesday, January 11. wai up to \rsterd>, considered lo be about two days overdue. Cablegrams were MR Barbados to Trinidad inuuirmit %  IHlhW m BM it had left there -rr came back itaUng had left on Wednesday Athel Ruby" usually reaches port the day following its depsr•n Trinidad It was coming here to take another load of vacuum pan mousses. Investigations concerning if '..icatlon were being carried OH. i p att t d Rfun m I Of socirty He had a passionate for* Hi iiurcs and at an early age beraOM a clerk with the old West India ruajrjrnent stationed in Barbadu He also served at the St leturninn prints life. He was the proprietor of an lerated water factory for many years and in this wav made many l.i siness connections. In this isoactty he was also highly rt. InOM with whom he i buglfsM He was married to Ufa %  on who predeceased him many vears ago. He now leaves one in could daughter. Miss Ida Greaves. PhD him from the path of duty now an economist with the British as he • vuoken and tJovcrnment. manner he wM neverTo her and other sorrowing reUM Advocate tat* These qualities made cere condolence CIILKCII SERVICES >lr. .1. I rit'iliiiJMi THE %  %  his resi} nighl of Mr Arthu' mintant of Corporation al the psjB of 77 Hi%  cterv yMlerd.-iv in th' of .1 large gat %  %  %  -t-irret Arthur I man of sterling i alitlei Hi wi l>r. T. J. HALLINAN. wi i ii vv id *un>i after 1'iphix \Tliri)RAT. .. ... %  %  boo) p.. a i Me*tin I'-ea.'ie. Ueul H Raid illl MB C. -1 \S|| s 1 I III IN || o| I.Oil Michael II at ant] 7 p.m Eldrf It II W.Ik-. "ASK MALL M UlCfcMl 11 a ... and %  SION HIUsi ia-ani 7 P %  BtmBM a. A R Promt •'AH Bioinc II ;i Evangel• ll.l-l i w -, || si K ST 1ST. riintsri Ineda.. I p.m ;. %  %  llll ^ \ DOM I i III, i; >-. Ht R( II : %  %  R r a i %  I "• Rev •V r O'Donohu* Siil.;, %  i laiaral bruAdta.l. fralurea the %  hallenaina C'hri.i nnlraj ileaNI a* and nia!...>. HkH It. HadiO crp%  Jjr T J Hallinan, C.B.E. *ho is now in Barbados tc undertake Ml lOQjUir) III the 01tanisation of the General Hospital, arrived on F.iday evening bg H W I A. from Jamaica with They are staying at ROUM until n>-day Mme address when they will go to the HaatH tel. Dr. Hallinan told the "Advocate" lay that he had a y.< I i.tgc of this part of the world as he wai in Barbados in 1941 for the Conference of Sanitary Authentic* of the Car bnssinjt international sanitary qm -:'iing the whole an-.i TWO Ml visited Trinidad ol i ibnUar nature. Dtrot tot uf Medical Bei Jamaica from 1033-1946. Dr Hallinan was a member of the of Representatives until Ms retirement in 1946. He was also a nominated member of the Legislative Council for a term ind was Chairman of the Housing Board from the tune of its inception in 1940 until 1946 He said that he Wai pleased to be associated with thai Board from its i %  MK] dona some excallenl work ;>nd WHS still continuing to fii> so Federation Is S.lvalion For W .1. onry saivaiif-! ..ids, Mr. c J Garfunki %  i .-.cssman of Toronto. Canada told the Ao locate yeeierday. Mr. arfunitel arrived rece'-.ly on the I.ady Itodney" on his i s' visit to the irland tor a holiday Hotel He sai 1 tha: he had visile %  :. ,1 the other I hOUghl great possibilities uture Ha HM if/ji. lhal should be more advertised in Canada as it was only re-1 that he ei.rn: s % %  .lOtKd that .us ^"ii .who i> itoeh broker In Totonto wc able to < MM io have a \. •i Year Old Injured i-.-yt.ii -mi'. Kaaiii >.ufc. ol Paonmre \ Uia %  • was ini.ir.--i AM vad in an aectdem on won. %  > %  Village Road, St Phil.p w cur r--^it) on ri.a-j *•**< Ml u UM USIklti i.wk-.." m Ui. uio-erv-* B.B.C. Radio Programmes %  i.,• !-. %  r i S 10 a m iBMilsag %  *< SUM JAM AST 1 10 J ISJ m Nigh:* • *i# Idlioriali I rOf'Tirr.PATad*. i IS jTi • n WvbNto Dlll-r e* Do*n. IS noon Th Nw p m Sr* Ajwryalt. H i P PllTUm* 11 V P m %  'urida' i ,. ,„ Ijlr In BrtUin. 1 IS p m Radt. I SO p m Rmy't a L^usn torn Tha Kfwr 1 10 P m Momr Hwm r.om Btlt-Jn. > IS P Murtfa". S-'^ J p m. SUfllStil Hour 3 M p m TT. Card. 4 P *n T,1# "•" %  miarludsi is P ./* vlUo ". £rr i r p n 9ndBay Hail-hpur; 4 OS p.~ CplMCua; P "• Variety iiaiv.— f. p m Prearsmaw Parsda. • is p m >.u the rar X-349 on Gunsite Road. The car is owned and lrivcn by Kdiul Cham; LT at aie time of the acvidenl. 30/FOR BODILY HARM A riNK of 30 and 3 coctl to be paid in 14 days i fault one month's imprisonment was imposed on Darnley Smitn of Peterkin Liind on Friday bv His Worih.p Mr H. A. Talma He was found guilty of inflicting bodily harm on Luther %  i on November 26. Tlp-ToLoaidun rorum; ia L.-*Down, 12 I-MMI Thr r. i .,, New An.l>li. II 15 B m Pro 1-. 13 11 p in Miiilc from l.raiHl Hotel: I p m Sciifwr Mt* H-dio Nawi Lave a C; 2pm Tw Nrw*. 10 p m homa Nawa from Bribiin. 2 IS P 'hyuriii Havlew. 2 30 p ni Uondon Forum j m From the Third PTDaramnva. ,.: Th, N**>. 10 p m Imp Dau^ 4 13 p m 9*fl \ eiaadi Choice. '-'-' P n. I'Ti. B r..n>m Parade; S 30 p m Placei lOtarSSti lUpn Aocordeon Interlude Bam Rlns up the Curtain; 7 p m IS Nrwi 1 10 P-m Nf"i Aiialvn.. 7 I u m Calluis lh We-t Indiea. Ittpm KenEdoarda i9opran'. • p m Nnral I 19 p in Lundoi cert orrhpilra, > p m. Tha Nawi; .11 Bnum. •: Hfview; IV P m uui. ia p m p-iii Tempi* rna tha U*4IM Mvam. 10 JO p m Baa n-.*e Piano i. 10 4S put LoPS**urvay; II p m The> Nrwi BiOSTOM Wrul 11 20 He. Wruw II 73 Ml. Wrui R.A.S.C. Vessel Bunkers Here BOYAL A..r.> SMVIC. Corpa ., . <.L,pins arnved al BU„„ous oa mxxm •<" '-I* wrW' ... i irg irua v.i: II naa -• natmgainc Coouiaay aawad from rl>...uuiri ana II.-O-.calls al Madeira a. ....v.-m. i^ayi Islands. From 31 Vlncenl it was „.,una lor s. l-ucia where 11 had uxpeciea lo ounKer, but • • LUEII could nol suuply me coai.| ia course was diverted lo Barba^ ""the "Copiiuaj-. 450 ions, was : uu.i. ill .1". •• •• mi" c sweeper dlM was V...1...IIH out eacorang ouuea on UM es. Coast ol Africa. Since inv war, it wai reconditioned and nanded over lo the Army lor carrying military pc"sunncl. Lalely, it has been engaged as an escort for bomb disposal vessels employed on the loast of Scotland. It is 165 feet long and has a beam of 25 feel. It is equipped wuh a single screw dtesel capable of giving 12 knots. Its draft of only 121 'eel made il i-.sMitkfi>i il lo berth in llnCareenage. It has a erdW Of 18 including us master Captain Watts who U %  Barbadian. The officers of ine crew are all from the UK. while the other personnel are Jamaicans The 'Copinsay" is expected lo leave Barbados on Wednesday next for Jamaica llllMINICA HANDCRAFTS COMPANY DOMINICA MAKKETING U.KNCY have been amalgamated and the business is now offlcially known as the DOMINICA HANDCRAFTS COMPANY Bridge & Trafalgar Strasjta Fhone M15 CONCERT (In aid of a deserving c .i,j in Uisi i .-. Suna Ma." H.. -eat >f*tl>al i" *"" ..Mrnil .1 the alwva ... i m Plbcniion. Suna gT aMooari • I O Ml ( M >f^and % %  -' Tli'I-M l-OUNTH. rtOAD 3 p m Su.-1.> Biahoe. A i tat-n l-er ncf**,, ,. Solemn KM]. Cat>branl Pre*ch*r H. I MITHOIllol JAMCS STHKPT II am H H 1BHUBUAL U OWN a JO i Mr W St Hill I aev K V Harper %  mi '.like* I a am Mr A %  %  %  %  • C JOfWN MORIII W Rei A'ATT*. V H i %  arssi inn Thomaa : M WAA IIII (ALVATIOK \aM lihaaaa. Mti-ri-r t MI BOBM rxiOM Tuaor Strvrt IMim |ya. 'ay SchDol. la.M %  m Mnn. rmr b> Rat W J l ti „„ %  ; 11 ,, ,,. i Service Sura.. Wlnwood ada and lm been a nnuiin UK At B Thorntoe.i N Ina Wonhlp 1 pin ftiiml.i I .< hi IIS' 1 -• . || | ,,, Run'ni Wonhlp I %  > m LCVBaSMSartM Service .' JO p %  r'AITH. Wal-ei> III .< %  Ivillttllllll SAI (IIAIJCV MOUNT la am Sunday %  II an M..IHHH Wunhlp 7 pm mi Woiahip ti Sunday t V.H.O A U .i* mi MIX IIK, < OMMKNI INO I *M in I.MH %  i.a*i i.ii.-iaiB it,. „, it A -.ii UM •.uaatun on Clniol la thr %  Kate* Theae diKuuiuna U I IIIIIIMT. Dairy Fet'd Arrive About 102.000 feel Of whilo pine and spruce lumber frum and 5.600 ba^B of d. arr.ved at Barbados ye--'' ts s N o Rogenaes." :ng or this eurgu nuij begin today and is expected to %  npU*ted by Tuesday when the vessel is scheduled to leave %  town for Georgetown British Guiana. Tho "N O Roftettaes '' %  .• (net* is i tragMar of UM whose local raprasjanUtlvi Mesan. PlantaUoni Ltd 11 was b*rt last yvai U) taki I MlflN for Canada i call in vi-asels of the Saguena. inals line. Tei B*B*M| liaison Pvpn Up Antiguu Hand %  durlni hli ti'ri wi-ek.< visit to Antiguu I tlay and n*gh* wntinn and arrangl*1| music for Antigua's Police Band. He is hoping to organize a >ncert for Thursday 28th He ia enlisting all musical talent %  >f the island. In spite of his brief May, Judging by the .inmunl Of have l>erii boll) inUre-'. Band will benefit greatly Ai Ma I \f a good start %  In Raiaon ara intftftwd ertth UM Riinil music he he;ird at tht %  aaaar, ib. 4 am La ii ..,., .ll I i,., ft p m Irlure l.v C M Shll.toiu mi 1*1 i .4.1 i;ih t H a %  >•n iaih i p m n-'-, .. i %  MM %  %  QSJ1II i m l-e kepi with UM lm villa %  K a .ia a %  %  : %  a i" %  | Notre Dame I .C. Elect Officers Mllll > • .. A p..! i riOai %  •*• %  i a .* ,.. \\<\ IKI in.ii ma ai lead %  nd labk dlwuui. D.'.akialio" ul 'he Pound" Membe are kperlallv aahed lo % %  ahe tlil> a we allrnde.1 .i,r*lin i -.-a.t !••! ti.i lorlal B.emi. > Q .n be had free lm n. QOkN Ana ..f Ina Notn DOOM Football ciub en i3th Janui loiiowing i Mo (or ti" %  oiiuiig season. — I Daniel. I'rvsHUnl. E. H inch, Sevtctji>, i Cumber%  i. Assistant fiftcinoa. •. I. rUJ E 11 Branch Raprt tentative on Trustee Oonunltlna. ; (.ill I. Daniel 1 itch, i. i>...'. r'.r.nn-h, | UVOl) \ Thcv'll Do h l:\crv lime m —— THE 0FF.CE. DEAR ? I COOKED j 1O0R FAVORITE DiSH-cALFS r' LIVER AND BACON -ARE VOU > cOl^ TO THE CLUB TONkSHT ? DONT STA\ HOME ON My E ^ 6CIN6 TO BED EARLY-1 HAD A TRViNo pAy,10O—