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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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LONDON, Jan.

THe British Labour Party’s election manifesto,
Win Through Together,” received, in the main.
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Tories ‘Unshaken

SOCIALISTS BELIEVE
THEYRE IN AGAIN

LONDON, Jan. 18.
KIN G GEORGE VI will summon his Privy Coun-
cil — the body of advisers on high issues of
state — te the Royal residence at Sandfingham
(Norfolk) this week for the signing of the General
Election proclamasions. , The proclamation dissolving

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6 More Years |nike afin” be
For Finland’s i

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mations—one cancelling the re-
assembly of Parliament on Janu-
ary 24, and another dissolving
Parliament on February 3 for the
elections on February 23.

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R * iti ee en acai iin fi | festo today, was the chief eclec-
> next and most } .
eco 1 10n | of the country’s recovery e| { ee eae tee oe ae? 5 4 ader, I
hiiad Finland has decided to keep her The Conservative leader, Mr,
Times declared. : | 79-year-old Liberal President, Dr Winston Churchill, and his elee-
—Acheson | ae : “y ae Manchester Guard-| suko Paasikivi, for another six] tion generals meeting again to
| area 1e mani a 4 | year | streamline their election cam-
WASHINGTON, Jan. markably evasive” docun d| ji About 65 per cent of the 2,400,- paign, were reported “unshak-
Mr. Dean Acheson, United i . oo some of the critic oO aL aa Awe eae: 000 electorate braved the Aretic} en” by the Labour programme
retary of State, said The Times by devlaring that “th \TES ATTENDING the last session of the Customs Union Conference photographed at the Mari ) ve ay af aoe cold, ubtoh has been sweeping The Conservative manifesto will
tes programme even cont ‘ ae I Tarine Hotel yesterday after sign ug | * ,
Presr Conference today oes ‘ contrives to sa report. A release for publication is expected later this week. Finland, to vote in the two da) be ready next week.
United States could not con-| 20thing whatever of American Left to Right: E. V. D. G i : Rresidental . sigetions: ending: lov
ice secognition.af the Peking Aid, past, present, or future.” - mM - : ELV. ; ». Gouiding, E. A. Thompson, S. Bloom berg, M. Greenhill, J. C. Fletcher, O.B.E., T. D., L, Spence, D. Walwyr night. They elected a 300-mem- Prediction
mment so long as its Con- Lord Besvermrowit's Imperialist} * » Masson, L. Cools-Lartigue, A. D. Boyd, V. Archer, A, C. H. Naynes, W. O, Peters, C. ¥. Carstairs, E. J. Petrie, Professor C. G. ber College, which in its. turn
‘ 2g te Daily Express, after sharply crit Beasley, Mr. B. Rolfe, tT. Shill, J. Gallagher and J, MeLagan formally elects the President Conservatives predict that La-
representatives in China ar¢
treated | cising the document, said that it vib Pooling officials wor k in g| bour, if returned, is likely to ex-
R p ened the door for a “realistic yn ‘ ‘ t , > , ¢ this | te » scope nationalisavior
We said that it would Sena ped ime aatnailen? cal amme io ’ . a wrong va mee haa by cain a aaualieig ree ee penny aoe a
from the behaviour of the Peking} the oppositior in 2 ACHTL: a . - B Hond the four ee ohne Yes a . ne Y ‘yg ; sto
vernment, including the seizure position. a, tow & oa Tl e ay Os © WUPAS | the tour parties votes for the | dustries named in the manifesto,
GO —Reuter | extreme , de, Te sae . ay c leaves a Gove
of Consular property, that thes Fi B ps viek me pom People s Democr tic Tonle Eee ara nares See Sea!
eee be recognised by | or ar a Os | ‘ as ts£250 000 ist c uY ‘i tate ‘the ‘aha . nee a to natior Diag \ hat : like
§ ‘andidate, the other Agrarian ee 18 >» whe It likes,
e United States.—Reuter. Barbados Lose » 7 ‘ 9 P ‘ . } j : vn :
: t ‘arty with its own candidate, «on Nearly all Labour leaders are
. | A * e ° e ee an ‘aq # art} ate, 1
Said pein mance | Z | Z gainst B. G. To B ild R d 291,315 votes. said to believe they will return
| | B Sin le Goal ‘ sITMTe “ , . s u oa LS ' Only figures still to come in|to power, possibly with a loss of
elecom | e - sados Cr anietition ek TI I 1 La pee ee oat LONDON, Jan | were for the smali town of | 90 or more seats Conservatives
\4 e | Barbados Cricket Association told | iree hundred big industrial plants in America’s s — ~ oa Kuopix are opcimistic—without going into
| To Venez suelans the ldvocate yesterd t! ng ‘apital. Pitts , oR ' weit ces) 8 British Honduras is to rece.ve eee - P = , hae Bee
| a yesterday that a capital, Pittsburgh, may have to shut down because of; an immediate release of £250,000 N Po | figures
| } . : t has been recelve a ‘ 28. . o : | ae eo eT J *hurchill 1 to “exe
“Stell 99 | Parbado peer Corresponde | ( i Ve rn H oe ea | coal shortage due to the strike of more than 81,000 soft coal } irom Colonial Development and [YO Opposition i en lagen: th eats” a th 3
| CARAC! a oan vere Oey e ary | ‘neare ; | Oe ere | Welfare Shae: aie , . 08 . de weats” of the
a |i: ito “ast gaia ake coin meee thn Queen’s Park Cricket Club | miners 1n six states, a He } hae cae eae ee fa Next month the 3800 electo Labour election manifesto in his
T d , | Polo Mateh—Barbados versus the} ae am are 50 SUEY. Frank vt SoBe Tians SERRRSe : a olonial Office onihed! today. pledged to support their parties’ | broadcast to the nation on Savur-
he 1950 tourist season for! Venezuelan idant: Tioescialitn .| Ing was not considered for the C ° B turn-to- ng k orders by Miners’ | This [ 511 —_—" AN candidates-—will meet to appoint | « iccording to supporters of
Barbados begins with the arri-| played on Wednesday at 3 o’clo« Fi against Jamaica. | omic attle ; U nion President, John L. Lewis. | p65 69 Thode “United a oe ol} the President, his party. bere today.
7 Bisa : 1esday at 3 o’ck | : — . a ise ee ae : } ro Oo gdom Dp. “< ‘rn
- on as the luxury liner| Six chukk were played and} coe ted that King suffer- T ¥ A ‘ ae ~ = ewe to als the aus hea . > Di Paasikivi who became The Opposition’s first reaction
ella Polaris”, | yesulted in Gallos scoring seven| ed a pulled muscle in his right In U.K. Schools n Pittsburgh Railway services seateanearnaiinhanmidiamaane tt President in 1946 when Presicent | to the Labour (Government) elee-
Today, 160 Americans will! ls and Barbados six. Michelin] U8 and from examination. he my ve already been curtailed ; a ie inl tie iy Se. Ugh Me) Manerheim resigned, can count] tion programme is that its “dan-
have their first view of sunny| scored 2, Williams 2, and Edghill| vas declared unfit to participate || LONDON, Jan. 18 \| We sshington, there were indi- | 7iohquras dollar British) on 173 Electoral votes, but even | ger” lies not so much in the open
| : tte t f atc . " | tior y that the . . | ) as ¢ ar. 7 = ? : S ;
Barbados and, of course, cir-) 2 For Venezuela. Cly1 ' i he first match, A bitter controversy about || ~""" it the Gove T te x ; Se if the People’s Democrats «nd/but in declarations ahead, for
tulate some of their dollars in| 4. Zuaicaga 2 d hado | King is receiving treatment and children’s comic papers: is ment n seek a he £250,000 now released will) Agrarians shoul combine against’ which no concrete mandate is
exchange for curios lunches, Tr $4 win sine <4 ce gh , it is hoped that he will be fit tol]! blow ing 3 >in Br tai oe | order Lewi enable start to be made Aalhim, they can muster only 127] ask ae fo instance, vh 7 statement
ls tha tabbic: ae Bame was Close Uiroughout)) |. in the Sec ine | Ving up in Sritain since | lr Ohic road linking the potential deep |, , J 160 | RRR, TOD Inepenes, tae Sit .
aa *, e cabbies ‘and other| but two fouls against Barbados! P18) “a the Second Match. | some school headmasters | , U , of i truck | water port of Stann Creek with votes that marginal land might be taken
orms of sport, > . s The letter from Mr. Merry be dt carrying Union-mined coal struck | . : . ‘"! The four Parties s “ 5 rer >» Government i 3
os ‘f | resulted. Two sitting goals wer Seaiies-aaae ; rr) anned them, ad’ lnlied us wikeet: ans “| fertile inland western districts| are t} esas tles Supporting him |over by the Government if the
oe _ ers are looking for-; scored by the International C urther states that should King || ~~ (Reuter. |) plockad e : ile win | which experts believe may well are the ‘Social Democrats (CGov- | web of cultivation proves t
0 bargaining with : T i be uniit for the sec ate ang ae set up by striking min- ° " we ernment), Canservatives, Liberals | f é farmers, and
ee of ene ; 8 : a jolly | he outstanding Barba an od ae Oe Te; Senne match Pe e be exploited for new crops. An-|and the Sy a atives, Liberals} for individual farmers, an
cans and they are} Williams. The remarkable fea-| the Q.P.C.C, are willing to re- ————-—— -~— | State P : | other. roads .whiokh the funds wlll. nc 1e Swedish People’s Party.| declaration that “subject
: quite prepared as far as stock | ture of the match was the mar=| lease him to play for din nie ‘olice said that the “as- | ceatet. [vii ania, thie capital There is a theoretical possibil-| will of Parliament, we shall take
Ba meerned. rv elt stroke “pla of Clyne) againet eettist Calane Drovites Ofters ‘to Meet ale er wa ae ave OF | with: the- Cayo distriet ape |ity that some Social Democrats| whatever measures may be re-
— baskets, stuffed croco- h ably assisted Zualoar he recovers sufliciently by that | throug! ek was trying to. drive! awe ” amas ce may withdraw their support from | quired to contro) financial forces”
les, flowers, needlework, | The game was slow ie ’ time. ; ye i io ugh five or ten miners, who r a Paasikivi, when the Electoral | —Reuter.
Mahogany work, painting leah cree TE Bay in Bye tee CE Stal | R formed iman chain across the ollege meets
ork and othe, ” gs, shell FP ure me iY n} FI vos stated that the offer in or | road.—Renter, | President Paasikivi ‘i |
other bits of hand-| Thursd Saturday | has been favourably received by n cane aasikivi headed the
craft are included in the stock.| w« * permitting his .Association and it is the —-—_— hi jj 1920 delegation to Moscow, whieh REPARATIONS REDUCED
The “Stella Polaria” is makis eam is expected to return pinion of both the @.P.C al Atomie a cS wance | Bc) “ i ireaty marking the
é aking SE A oie ie. jay iiss 4 Chad ‘ee pes ¢ ficial beginning of Finland's | BERLIN, Jan. 18
its seventh post-war visit 1 (* > Barbadc 1 Monday he Barbados Cricket ena iatio e e anc in- z
1ere —(By Cable.)! that K : . ns orwav | dependence East Germany reparations to
It first came in December 1 (By le.) that King is too good a bowler NEW YORK, Jan. 18 | ‘ eek a he :
and three cails eee | n o get a chance of considera- Mr. David E. Lilienthal, retir-| | imus er ya 1939, he went three times to} be paid to Soviet Russia and Po-
1948. Last year it made caiahoe tion for the West Indies Tour to] ing chairman of the United Stat« EK nd S R o_o ws a vain effort to avert | land, nchnding occupation cost
: é é . 1 : ate amg ; rey ne impending war V been reduced for 1950 te
three calls and will be maki ng| P c tests 7” inst gland Atomic Energy Commission, 5 ugar Can t esign ir with Russia am oe ee : ec on aa 950. )
two this year, rotests / gal ‘ Vir. Hoyes also stated that his eported im the Press here t | . a Reuter. | °:°% . t A ee prod ic
It sailed from New m \ ( \ssociation have made arrange-| as having offered t et Mar-| Qg compared Win 14.3% Nn 1999,
. »w Orleans 7 7 . ‘ ‘ . ; owe | > Teeer SAE BERLIN, Jan. Heninrechrau, East German Min-
Via Havana, Port au Prince Polish Subsery rence ply . a re ~ ee | shal Stalin in Moscow to settle! a 1onin The Prime Minisver of the ‘ me a aie sata t oo
Cuid: le for 3arbados in the two} differences be st c ; ‘ : oF > re r o ar f it day
St. mL de Trujillo, St. Thomas, | re / igo matches ist British Guiana he 3 ee ee ; a . met we OSLO. Jan German Province of Thurinda, ; 16 Killed In —(Reuter.)
erre a RY . . € nited States over Control of | . at : neue | }
nd Fort de France oO WOSsC NV : | wid ; Eggerath, demanded in threaten- |
for Barbados and is continuing | | Atomic Bombs. | ian in yoeq te. Of ling terms today the immediate ve- | Pl v
the cruise rig | WASHINGTON, Jan The New York World Telegran ugar in 1950, King}; ° , hae +. at ane Cre sh
to Cristobal via! WASHING' ‘ 66 i turn of his Finance Ministe
Grenada, Trinidad, Curacao, | Alexander Rudzinski, ig. ert “" ind Sun said that Mr. Lilienthal id in @ speech from | Tere ona Moog, who is lying ” Don’t tell your friends.
Cartagena nd Sz | 4 » ate Ah a iecided’ to stay on as chie th hrone when he _ formally |* ° AVOE, We ; MADRID, Jan. 18 mn ad : :
‘ ads the Polish del tay as chief of the 4 Tne i . " anh » yay vou. Tell
aa in Blas. oa ee ee ete. has| United States Atomic Commission,» 0Pened the Storting (Parliament | nat Berlin hospital after an Ail 16 occupants of a military Shey: went.pe wy i
Pressine Day | ened f{ ‘the post today. Dip- May iaherit nares of retiring on January 1 today. He said that the present | leged movor accident ral! lane were killed when it crashed the “Advocate ae We
sing a) | resigned from the o ae me | ath. GMinrd, hes) lone: rocks tit Ministry of Supply and Recon- Herr Moog, a member of the: at Tobarra, near Albacete, to-day, pay you
5 » e alc lat he ha Cul ; : . a ene . bowie ie ee
The “Barbados Publicity | lom atte Our er es hetinacan ‘ntein toaesie’ ty. the uction uld be wour D. 2 Liberal Democratic I arty, has: The dead included two Lieu- Yel. 3113
Committee” will no doubt have ie for an asylum i ‘ WAS G 1 pe States of it ere cor : {,; been the oraar: of ee ism! tenant -Colonels of the Spanish Ch, dhie.
»@ pressing day with various, ”'*”” \ l ¢ The World Telegr {mong the proposals to b _'in the press of the Socialist Unity: 4
3 § ™ . f j e d Telegram and Sw en » mn ; 7 e?) ArMY —(Reuter.)
M@uestions. coming from the| 2fese Sources added tats di ere today th 1 ati idered at the new Cab re: | Party, of which Herr Eggerath is
" : headed | lespatch said that Lilienthal ' ASW 4-ROUM ere wt) SS —
lips of over 100 charming and | *esisnation ile ae ent 0 Nave rth 4 KYUpP | upg ‘ed Truman to meet Stalin and| St@te Monopoly of anima joy |@ member, and has apparen.y mam NS
& Welcome visitors, what he called his del le the yvner of the vast reed . » eT and of chemists’ wai tendered his resignation, The di
j = ilione Saat fear ; j _| work out an agreement, arguing | owe ’
It is at this booth on the{ loss of indepe de iongy Pio ist) Krupp holdings in Ge rmany, fol | that the hydrogen atom guing n trawl fishing |rector of the West Berlin hospita \ Yan
» Waterfront that tour sts get the} what he called the di appr Ce lowin he death of her husb Ai canis: dewtras’ afeilieaMon. He deh pay -you-earn ion| where Herr Moog is, would let }
# necessary information about the of freedom in Poland.—Reuter Gusta —— reported to have told the Presi- | Sehem« | visitors in to see Herr Moog or iL £ a
island and are told where the vy} Be te now 62, after whom the Mk thet fo be (Teairian) ans Committees would be appointed|any pretext whatsoever
~~ best spend their few hours] Wo! : We sll gir: ed, | Ts" | not wish to meet Stalin he (Lili-| -eonsider whether the commun The Prime Minisver’s letter said:
ay in Barbados. * l.~ ° | Worla War were. namec Ives ah orice Par cs ity should take over banxs, brew-! “I draw your attention to the fact ‘
At that booth they can ? Hie rareny Oi T he | nes ar Salzburg Austric re *} seul come s Speen ne, mapeaits Se teabuimchan vr tive toon ga J I + ae me ere ee Business transacted by
a’ | - | io nape: e 2 € et V 1 alin ’ Vavee 7 ines .
Postcards, photographs, Barba-| i a ’ nie? ae ee ny met her. Cr (Hydrogen atom bombs are esti- | °W2C4: ‘accident’ as a deliberate manoeu
lan currency in return for their R.C. Church we Said: that: the Wer CrMapal ted to te 1000 times ner King Haakon said that the Bud-|vre. I do not accept your resig- T ‘ 7
mérican currency and a lim- | Tribunal, in sentencing her son : ; get for 1950—51 would be bal-|nation as Finance Minister.” |
set of curios,” aa VATICAN CI | he id that the property belonged | destructive than the present uran- Sianedl , Recior ” ‘ ,
Fruit vendors often ke ep their} The Year Book give pages |to him and was not to be confis- | ium and plutonium wee ee ‘ |
stock to supply tourists! of details of the hierarchy of the | cated. — (Reuter) ‘ e oe? d 5 - =
a they come in. The taxis} Catholic Church This year 54 Mea 10 Questioned
have their day it is one} Cardinals, 20 of them Italians and | 3 li 9... E — ne
gage dred Me naa gh en ae Berlin’s Economy 1 a "HOD fle ali eon
Bee tnerires of Sour 18a t other nationelidies 650 Ie : | Asin Should Hold | Will Photograph About $1 Million 1g |
3arbados to take] €d, vhile sive re Lote ’
Bride inte the en, ; bis thro Has Improved : I
intry districts} Catholic Archbishops throughou f ¢ > ‘ re . at
oon = the historic places of| the world as 2,496, of whom 1,694 a ine i - Half 1.L.0O. x ats 7 | he Milky W ay Robbery
p Me island. are titular. The Vatican’s world- 3ERLIN, Jan, 18. | . 2
t. j i : i Nek . m
= Beach resorts are e xpecting wide diplomatic representatior An improvement in the economic | Pakistan Proposes MASSACHU pia as BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 18 ’ Te l rE
their share of the tourist trade. comprises 33 Apostolic Nuncios,|position in Berlin was noted fa- i s mens “ SET 'S Jan It Police today detained 10 mer
Veyance to and from the!18 Apostolic Delegates, 3 Regents; vourably by the Council of the} CEYLON, Jan, 18. aot Same With a: Dew. tan £\ for questioning about the $1,500,
“Stella Polaris,” will be pro-| (in Germany, Romania and Yus Allie¢ High Commissioner for Pakistan today proposed that ~ o sap meagtty eamera, Dr. Bart J.| 000 rebbery made by nine gro- L il
by the vessel’s launches,|slavia), 6 Charge d’Affaires, and} Germany, which met for its first half the seats in all three groups ag d Coll a e Director of Her-| tesque masked gunmen at Brink’: inl il
€ agent’s launches (Messrs! the Holy See's special envoy to}Berlin meeting in West Berlin ‘o-| of vhe governing body of the ae a Hotes ES atory, Vv ill |Co.’s vault yesterday.
bert Thom Ltd.) and row Ethiopia.—Reuter. | day. —Reuter. | International Labour Organisa-| >" a eee a7 ares 's’| Six of vhe men detained wer (Est 1821)
boats, i ee tion should be reserved for Asian} SP5€?vation of the tars "| former conviets.—Reuter. ,
‘ " ‘nations Harvard southern station at
} ' Bloemfontein, South Afries
The Pakistan delegate to the : , ee a ‘
; , sing sak Se ‘- ® : i
Asian Regional Conference of the ae a} mee ae u® mr “Miss En a” Includes
Organisation, meeting here, call- on ehovate ‘the dust af ‘as rh + | om.
ed for a revision of the ILO con- , See ene meee
: ; bscure r x |
siitution to this effect. The dele- sasclea ers ite ane 7, y " | ROME, Jan. 18. FIRE AND HURRICANE
re ¥ “™ Pie or ‘ ars of the ! 3 a — ice .
gates of India, Ceylon, Malaya and International Police _ to-day Including less of profits caused thereby
Indonesia said that they would Recentiy Dr. Walter Baade, with | identified a 25-year- -old girl who 6
warmly support the Pakistan]the 100-inch telescope at Mount} 5@id that she was “the fiancee of @
move. Vernon observatory, discovered in |the Spanish Infanta” as an Aus-
| The three groups are composed | one region of the sky in the direc- | @n retugee. Identification | was BURGLARY
|}of Government, employers and} tion of the galactic centre, se pons val made after a three months’ in- e

| workers’ representatives respec-
lively. At present six seats of the
sixteen in the government group
are’ reserved for non-European
| countries. Two of the eight em-
| ployers’ representatives must also
be non-Eurepeans; also two of the
eight workers’ delegaves.—Reuter.







LONDON, Jan. 18.

A pokesman of vhe Foreign)
Office today confirmed the state-
ment by a United States State
Department official yesverday that
Britain, France and the United

to no secret}
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THE LUXURY YACHT “Stella Polaris” which brings pleasure seekers to Barbados to-day tood

UK Denies Saar / Agreement.

ars) Guiry, during which Italian Police

hundred very faint variable





that were believed to be as (ar| Sent out photographs and: requests WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION
away as the centre itself. for information to 34 member
The observations are expected Bureaux of the International o
to give astronomers a far more e +f lice | ome. eee
precise idea than they now have ‘0 ice saic o-day that he gir
of the structure of the Milky Way,! 8S Vienna-born Aloisa Gictintin BAGGAGE
-Reuter, | She was alleged to have five sets . {
}of false identification papers
which gave her a house, and Ital-
jian aristocrat names and family PERSONAL ACCIDENT
} connections,
Pending the establishment of °
her identity, the pretty, dark-
In fact, the vhree Western For-| haired girl had been named “Miss
eign Ministers in Paris last No-|Enigma"” by the Police officers MARINE
vember reached an agreement,| conducting the inquiry.—Reuter.
which has not officially been aeecemenieenl
lished, that the Saar u i
invited to join the Cou YOU MUST read the case For particulars apply to the local agents
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Annual Art Exhibition
NCE again the Barbados Arts
and Crafts Society is hold-
ing its Annual Exhibition at
Queen’s. Park House. It will be
from Monday, January 23rd
Saturday, February 4th
On the opening day, Monday,
January 23rd, the Exhibition will
pen from 4 pm. to 6 p.m,
equehtly it will be open daily
from 10 a.m.





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ists who wish to exhibit are
to submit their work at the
wing times—Friday, January
between 10 am. and ‘2 p.m.,
av, Wanuary 21st between
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“Yes, new kid, you do
right to report any odd-
looking characters you see
lurking around, only that
one happens to be the
Head!”



London Express Service.










Caub Calling

Introducing The ‘“‘Bote’’
HE. Barbados Waiter Polo}
Team, with the exception of}

one of its members has now re-/
iurned home. They bring with}
them stories of a most wonderful |
noliday. One member of the team
told me that if the Barbados Team
was able to teach the Trinidad-
ians a few things about Water
Polo, the Trinidadians had cer-
tainly taught them how to enter-
tain.

Besides memories of an unfor-
gettable six days spent in the Land
cf the Humming Bird, the nine-
man Barbados Team has brought
back with them “the Bote,” pro-
nounced Bo-te, a new dance,
which is all the rage in Trinidad,
and they plan to introduce it to
Barbados. So, the next time you
go dancing and there are nine
couples doing a queer new dance
step, it will be the Water Polo
team showing the girls how to
dance the Bote.

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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men. “They are so charming.”



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Of Course We Love Them

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Children’s Corner



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such as an eccentric hat, too}
often. |
) Leaving gloves in restaurants |
and cinemas.
) Presenting a crumplei, un-
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) Anything overdressed which Still keeping under cover Rupert ‘* Why. it's Beppo.” te
makes other people smile. _ watches the stranger go ight ‘Hi, Beppo, come to me,

) Straggly hair which doesn't) way; then he moves gingerly know me, don’t you > ow
shine, and too obvious | through the bushes until he is very a wants you," Tp
make-up. isted | 242" the caravan. This rime he gets chatters rope fanens al -

) Shabby shoes and twis a shock, for the side window which window. ** fon is leave the t

stocking seams.



had been t is now open, and
seated in the I the little
creature he has been searching for.

holding him back.” thinks R
as he searches tor another
balance on the first one,

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‘ .
9 the Juvenile Barbados History HILE in Trinidad, the Water film actress Maria Nauban, says Maria, “ and very eiegant to five TONIGHT at 8.30 Commencing Friday 20th
there was no OST of the History of Polo Team visited Manzanila, She is 25, has chestnut hair, —much better dressed than course we do, though up sl PHILIP DORN
; I ‘ al Industrial Barbados will be covered by which is one of the most popular large green eyes, long black Frenchmen. " they nearly drive us crazy | a HELMUT DANTINE WANDA HENDRIX
iid |
i E i , the classes of the two courses of Mr. E. M. beaches inthatisland. They were — _ Pm ony ° so Maat From oe waatews of her after that they grow er anaee CLAUDE
; } aioe peer eg Soe . nite ae wae, . r sett is os ris. } : 5 a . e A ee
; me 0 exhibite d are draw- Shilstone and Mr. H. A. Vaughan unable to see Maracas however, as which t's valuaiates aa aes | yeah = ly pal = oa iat “ESCAPE IN THE DESERT” | ,., MACDONALD CARRY |
i aa ding y . vee for the Extra-Mural Department the road to that beach was im- Gacaetia tf So appears. sunbathes on the roof, “But Ieee ppp ti amazed where with JEAN SULLIVAN “SONG ‘OF 3
{ on rf eee Soe local of the University College of the passable, floods due to the heavy Mile. Maria has little time nobody can see me,” she this new personality came from. | ALAN HALE aes SURRENE
\ - home W.0F oe = well aS West Imdies. Mr. Shilstone’s ;ginfall which was experienced for gadding about. “I have explains. We al dink the world of our A Warner Bros. Picture A Paramount }
: on k., The conditions of course covers the story of the quring the first two days of their to get up so early—five Eric Portman is in the film. cae — " -se we do, even Picture
i Y = nl e Work are those island to the Restoration in 1660 stay, had caused landslides along ° clock,” she says sadly. “I “Such a_ nice boy,” says husban i “8 as . incalculable = =—— ——- ——$———— ~
; aang eee indbook of the and the settlement which followed. ¢he road. begin work at 8.30, rarely get ia. although she does not ; though they _ = nee aie
j : se: pages tage _ Mr. Vaughan’s course which begins “They also visited the Country back before seven. So I goto understand half Portman says jand irritating = = ee
: work may be sub- on, Friday, Januaty 20th, ai ¢ y : Club and bed at the Dorchester just off the set. But his face is so | personalities removed from ‘Hh COMING— cou
I i fram 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on wakefield covers the H ae Club and Perseverance Club an after eight. funny—I laugh all the same,” young man we used to think was THAT FORSYTE GLOBE MING—
F J ty Shy ahA ee 10 eee the History cf! they say that the vrchestr«s there But she has been to one club. She has a figure that \the one being in all the world WOMAN E ADAW
nue da Bationday, fan coe from 1706-1908. His are absolutely tops. “Why so little light?” she atters a frock: height | we needed to make us perfectly LAST SHOWING —
: , first lecture considers the angles On Sunday, after the Aquatic asks, “You can’t see who is ft. 3in.; weight 8st. 4lb.; cuca for the rest our lives.” AST 5 NG TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m,
¢ ition promises from which the principal Sports some of them toured the there or what the women are ist 23in., bust 34, hips 34. ee Purcell in a BBC DAVID NIVEN and PATRICIA NEALE
; a nee Se t Poyer, Schomburgk Fa om t Chaguaramas, wearing.” “I never diet,” says Maria. aay in THE WAY B
h standard ‘ Sais on hed th American Base at - i “but in Lond I 1 ice broadcast. in ‘ AHEAD (Love Drama)
| ints etd te i mw have epee ac - pe Avhile the others remained at the F rea on I sorely miss
¢ to and st PS ne need {c ‘ . ; 6 _? n- steaks. i - piibials 7 - U.
eee ee rt in- n al . cnanahs He . irveys the Yacht Club —, the “Bote Cotas iacl miki STARTING TO-MORROW at 5 & 8.30 and continuing
Queen Park se gem ; oa and enjoying themselves. |
ise icipal trends of world opinion ahs : i * ‘iti i
Ge Corthbedd 7 me, and considers. their on ee LL? | Working For The Future LUST FOR GOLD
aribbean Tour barbados. It is hoped po : 4 1S ta (GLENN FORD and IDA LUPINO)
ee C Lawes, Assistant that further courses on the period Saw “Blue Basin “J STILL HAVE to remind a:
4 perations Manager. Inter- m 1660-1794 may complete N Tuesday morning, a few of myself occasionally that the re- All Tickets For FRIDAY TALENT SHOW Sold Out
z aera 9 1M ’ London hen the present cours them visited “Blue Basin,” ? | sults of what I try to do will be
Trini | ‘ B W A on one of Trinidad’s most picturesque L () ure C | felt by those as yet ve
lrinidad b > i on : j
c sit ¢ ts ts. where a small waterfall | will never know I exist but
k's visit and is staying at i Z spots, w pasin. The t does not matter., if I do my O H
] 5 It’s Magi eee 8 a, mei nd THE common cold is a es | 0% poitntully ‘T shall be able to R YAL T EATRE
i s Magic ver 5 é tS gt and annoying disease. Small|?°" a great Roman poet
CaN ; , socks, banana trees and other c ae ‘anires a |say with the great Roman P STARTING FRI Cc \
es ii talking to “Blondini,” vegetation, which surround the | z oA et ae a | Horace, ‘That I built a monument & CONTINUING (BY PUBLIC 0
the » Magician yesterday, and pasin appear to have a blue hue te — he : tc |more enduring than prass, a “— vs ae
r the past four â„¢ me that several amateur when the sun strikes them. The | + ghey aay aad ative | heritage of people with rather (eas -
; ee U . have been asking him join jis surrounded by hills on | ss a the authoritative more foundation in their lives 1 wy
eek: thas tin . ild organise a club where fires ‘tli and water from the near in the Lancet to ban) 4 joves than those of us who ,
es the E int 2 local enthusiasts could learn about 1057 ¢ ickles down small rapids mine drugs from|) our here today.’” * :
Atentie cr - magic! He knows of quite a few um in trick! “ a ‘i ita | general sale is important. | John Newsom, Director of TARE
a sie aA he people who are interested in it pntO 3 Neh the Ci: eonin which } , First of all, do these drugs| Education for Hertfordshire, : ,
Lawes expects to be in the DUt wonders if there are any from on board ac Trinidad laa , “cure” colds? | talking about his job in a BBC MUL EH he
indie ig in the »ore. Do you want to become a 35 at present in ” e ‘the ian indies aa Sl In America, reports say “yes.” ) ae eaintne ; " re 2.
h he l ot ai agician? If so, give him a phone also at the Basin mre Otaee os. Peeve Here no large scale properly me j Uae JEANNE CRAIN - ETHE RYMORE |
: tor at dal 3174 anytime between 6 and were enamoured with this beauti- include this in | rolled experiments have been| WHO PASSED" : L BAR |
ger oo agra ee p.m. He will then arrange for ful spot of Mother Natures. 10. Headwea ie? made. But workers at the Havard ; ETHEL WATERS - WILLIAM LUNDIGAN |
E: i here he &@ meeting, and who knows, you «» «» or two old Unit on Salisbury Plain, |for other bacteria to gain any a WHITE Prteet ty DARRYL F. ZANUCK - ove ELM KLM }
: may soon make the wife’s house- i hich deals with this matter, | hold. : 5 uy oa ;
e was a Wing *eeping money disappear before Comings and Goings | were not impressed. But success depends erttirely
( a ar she has time to spend it! R. Peter Lacy, returned yes- | Yet some people swear y on the relative virulence of a0
¢ United «» «» M terday from Trinidad by | them virus and other germs ee ot? ,
he Middle Ea ‘ - BWIA A | ; t , : | with the reaction of the body to 5 , = : =
asad os, Mia Bec. Got Well Quickly. PMS fiat, glenn basis ig there] tha ansetiatemine rue. | MRP
“ me Tae ay . . “larke ives i for this being a “cure”? For no That is why these drugs don iy i ‘0 if
useom Office ff) Ve exten- 3e la Dd a 5 } ) é
vil air ao a many friends of Mrs. otday pelthe Lady Redney. He | claim has been made that the| work in all cases. ml oe it) era oe pha
De ee Hyacinth (Pet) Sealy will be = ‘ta Reargghe~s sl ago for a substance kills the cold virus. And the fact that they have un- ry ‘ rr INE Se j
Z ee ae sorry to hear that she is at present pts beh i ah Rodney called on The explanation may be quite| pleasant and even dangerous side pA Mee LTE iL! a)
Tourists Will Come a patient at the General Hospital. aa way South, But Dr. Clarke simple. - effects if taken in too large doses . 1
Vi K. KENNEDY, Owner Carib wishes her a speedy recOv- decided to make the complete ‘The smarting eyes and run-|makes strict control advisable. GLENN IDA t
2 he Ken- €1 round trip, to look up his other} ning nose which heralds a cold —L.E.S. Z
I to «n «» many friends in the other islands. | oe due to an allergic seen of | .
here i Designed W.I. College After an absence of twenty three) | , [| Re Delicate MACON SOSEREEDS |... "ele pi 4
getting HE . B.C. announced ae it years from Barbados he is here | i. Gur, A TN ; to the virus. Just as in hay- | "Dear, it's tune you knew A
me to | re SEES en for a long holiday with his family. | the next ‘ | fever the reaction is to a pollen. | a
has - appointed Graham Daw- * {| 8 To Navy ° a dut | This reaction to the virus | about 2
= arm, a London architect, who de- , ‘ommander L. A. Eggles-| ventas tb Stee a allows other germs to attack and $
v 2 a rsity Coll 4 Wing Comma i
bietd.c.A eel ee ever EAS mae’, of geld. Director General of Civil] 4 Ine photo-may not inciude get a hold on the affected cells.
urn i he West Indies, to design Britain's Aviation, returned yesterday from | i Sen ehalsasn wr , | Hence the sore throat and change
ne ett Hote w Television headquarters in British Guiana by the Lady) this tomorrow in type of secretion that follows | *
: ‘ i naot Rodney. ; ° M B ‘ " W after 24 to 48 hours. | 4
ree «> «> ‘ _ | Ks soe | But if the secretion can be |
1 aa lag You Must See It Mr. Dudley Warden, Superin=| tomoz ee ae stopped and the soil for the} .
; ' ; F YOU think you can dancea ndent of the Demerara Mutual ; ee A, Talc hip ever, | germs made less suitable, then | “in ' (
a I Gatecen® cae és thie team ile Ammurenee, returned from St} © (i) 15, Fa the robe | Teal ay ini tiieeatt: 08 Wa ,
: “ oe Fis : ania a nat a nang -. Lady ec ar the o@’sastire’s ae: © r | This the “anti-histamine” drugs | YOUNG - Prince - Buchanal
t y wouk he Our terday after a two weeks visit 0; , Ter back 4s. tse |do. And because they act in: a | 1 a b S 4
} ‘ —_ oh ate . ach eens a re that island. é * ; pile hohutbel nites ay te | matter of hours it looks like a)! d and Directed by 5. Sylvan SHMOS + A COLUWRUA PTs ; ?
‘ 1 A rT nida tveryone goes quite : 8 ! rday's pur ‘ | einaiie aces ~ . r¢ e F ‘
i ; ld not yet mad, they all have a glassy look wp. T. Nicol, Educational Ad-|} },°" a ee bt ; Opening FRIDAY 20th 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
in their eyes, they scream, shake yiser, C. D. & W., Mrs Nicol,| ¢ 1 ‘ en atid og Takes Wise Mortners advise their ‘
' ‘ tak adi- i throw themselves around in Major Wakeham, Regional Inform-| ' : Down dooney aah _ anecaen pn daughts rs to take Paradol, and And Over The Week-end
14 ft ect flight fr gay abandon. “JUMP-UP” is their ation Officer, W.l., and Mr. A ’ | the nae Ae tice at thus save needless suffering due to
oe T.CA and war cry and the orchestra turns Frampton, Agricultural Adviser of 7 | on ope ; ~ , onaling eg se ts ra r : n 7 Sa nedhaaliy or Dee eee eee Cc L B E
i e will be on the heat You must see C. D, & W. returned from St.) ° | CAR Cw i does in 72 hours | oa ea at Po a Pacadat
{ ee =. 25% s . ’ ° = ¢ yay y j . ‘oy ay ed trom ingredients, Farado
future tourist Calypso ‘a la Trinidad,’ before you Vincent yesterday by the Lady EE ER AFeRy) WES TS Mt sae Re | i shorn Bs ty sehly with no
os ae woh ” . S46 666666 s Paill Gurcr vaeeenen =. ———>-_———
j pusines “< say you can dance it! Rodney. SOOO SSS SSS POSS OSS SSOP OSS SOO SS SOO SS SSOSSSSS ¢ disagreeable after-effects. Excellent SOC PS SPIO PPFP POD PD IID PDI DPPPPISIOSD 566
4g % | for headaches, too. The name “Dr. %
iy . > SH Se ie ee - 23 .
7 B FI WA m r xy Chase” is your assurance. x r
"4 % %,
es Y THE Y by Beachcombe $) pr. cHases = LADIES!
& ’ FF ‘
7 _— riou cene the Kleenall Annexe. “Ask Stalin!” We don’t want no more of ‘er} S| PARADOL %
the first day’s yelled a voice. Mrs. Rumpus was lip i re \ ~ Quick Relief from Pai 12 D
before M Justice then committed for contempt of The sight of ’er dial in the door- ( | cms Quick Retief from Pain s«—= | \. . * 4
. i d 0 in court, and Cocklecarrot read way Swind | | % Begin 1950 the Right Way eooee
* ee im Steam aloud a passage from one of her Fair gives me an’ Swinburne 0) SaaS SSSI | §
pti ; - TODAY (only) 5 & 870 p.m {))| &
‘ 4 I interven- leaflets about the Awakening of the pip Da QP The “LOST MOMENT" x THAT IS THE ‘ AY’ way.
Aa Mr. Frederick Chut- Asia Aw if demon drink is the devil, x i (From the Story $ E ‘DOROTHY GR
{ ake e West Kent 4 : sae hii It’s the kind of a devil for us. % A ee a Re % i ayes hb
; Board for Take 'er Away With The so take ‘er away with the emp- x A Robert CUMMINGS }})| & WE have a complete stock of Dorothy Gray FT€ht) ii
if ‘ Empties ties, Si) Ze py Susan HAYWARD |% tions. Drop in and let us explain their uses and help
- 5 i mi os ' Fri. Sat in : :
We leon avin’ a booze at the as let’s “ave no more of ‘er} Si A Miss TATLOCK'S Xx you with your Cosmetic problems. :
; inn lagp uss. i MILLIONS, {
+h apdriver, f When in come old Mother Car- x | aS ———~—) x 2
§ ee ee lyle; Getting Somewhere % | pee pe | 8
4 os oe i . he fixes Burne-Jones with ‘er HE humble. bicycle is not to % x COLLINS LIMITED
if f he prosecution, er be allowed to lag behind % ; % i
Ry tered with a stay of fe. An’ says with ’er ‘orrible smile: more luxurious forms of trans- & roy AL Worthings %
; ‘ Tae Betis i Oh boys, demon drink is the t I read that it is to be e) .
2 a port. r to 28, Broad Street.
\ ( A, r } f edneiiiad . devil centrally heated. If this im- x To-Day Only 4.30 & 8.30 % : Stree
{ I cribed as a cate that'll L ti ones ¥ | >
ie Re rs basto. A” @ man tha swill ‘as no provement is a success we may . United Artists Double eee -
# tt b I ling e ietes c R pride expect toy refrigerators for child- ! ‘ : ore ass . PPPS EEE PLE LPO SSSA
: hin ¥ Willie Morris! I thought you. ren’s scooters, and petrol-driven 4 THE GREAT JOHN L.” ————
i : Oc The laun- ‘ : ‘
i f 1 are honeycomb- knew better! roller skates. Not to mention | “DANGEROUS VENTURE”
2 + ‘ : nto-Consarvatives! ye up jumped Jack Ruskin (which always means: to men- y
That tnt dete e : and cried:— tion) streamlined, air-cooled, jet- | X . | Starting Friday 20th
i ‘ ; ac. aaa » yatta i Chorus: propelled wheelbarrows with a | Dancing from 9 to all hours—$1.00 > irier
| " : archer and sorter at Take ‘er away with the empties, radio under the handles, Ss
j LOOSE LSS LOLPE SSCP PSSOOSECLL LLL LL |
hi Ml im EMPIRE
, >
‘ | Last 2 ShoWs To-Day 4.30 & 8.30
4 MODERNISE [220s
ee 4 I | BAmond LOWE, Brenda JOYCE
is . 7 i in
Hi | “ENCHANTED ‘FPOREST”
| an
“CARAVAN TRAIL”
iy BATH [ wae
eel }\ Robert MALCOLM
, |
3 FOR MEN i a : | |
ASINS—White, Green, Pink i ROXY }
. i j ars 7 |
A NEW DELIVERY IN TANS AND BLACK ||| THLES—White and Green If} vast 2 stun To-Day 430 & 0.20 fi
; TER y m ' P.R.C. Double
me e ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS—5, 8 Martha TILTON,
at Re G AA 2 and 15 Gallons iris ADRIAN | A ai 4
5 / . *
if = G6 Bi = 4 oOo . aie “a wonderful assortment just opene™= ;
db. e oWFe HIGH AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SUITES SWING HOSTESS” i} CIRCULAR PI ws
‘eee P indienne . snd LAR PLANES RIP SA
yy AT YORKSHIRE COPPER PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sizes |]/{} >.< “MESEPNNG sure Ht!) FORE ” BOW SAWS
ee ail & LEAD PIPE—%”, 1”, 34", 14” ' at ‘ BACK SAWS
ne ‘ ‘ ‘HIS
EVANS aa WHITFIELDS 7 " CHISELS
c 3 i . re , j “
.9 2189 and ‘ O ||| BIB & STOP COCKS OLYMPIC \) RABBET ‘ HAND DRILLS
= A OY Alt ah eRe xarccmeemmcmmmemmme meme | i} 1 ae Hi PLANE IRONS BREAST DRILLS
: v j}} Columbia Doubl i } SPOKE SHAVES VISES
FOOTBALL BOOTS BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON \ K Hit _A“STANLEY” MITRE BOX
FACTOR i} CORONOR’S CREEK i See Them in Our Show Window:
A SPECIAL OFFER at 3.00 5 ¥ CaaTeD ee » re
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at 3.00 and 5.00 A PAIR. i “ak mow |) || PLANTATIONS LIM
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qqursDAY, JANUARY

19, 1950



he Struggle For The
| U.S. Rum Market

WASHINGTON, (By Mail).
ban and Puerto Rican rum merchants in the U.S.

pt if they will lose any

“105 dollar
ales on other rums.

Haitian, Dominican

oe’ they will push to
as into much-needed ex-
dollars the concession they
, 33-nation tariff con-

Jast summer at Annecy,

, on all foreign

vs TS dollars a proof
> The change wipes out

% traditional 50-cent-a-gal-

tariff advantage in the U.S.

ico : the

Puerto Rico and
s Islands are parts of the
rE are not

States, their rums
ty.

eee ueually sells more

t United States than all

“.

pi Teanthies combined. The
_ [slands usually supply
, than any single foreign

ea and Cuba are the third
| fou! ; largest suppliers. Cuba
‘sid Jamaica in the U.S. before
i while Jamaica has
wed its share of the U.S

tt in post-war years.

Five Reasons

rice Fillius, Washington re-
tative of the Puerto Rican
Institute, and Arthur Quinn,
entative of Puerto Rico’s
Distileria Serralez, ad-
five reasons for believing
new duty cut will not
yerto Rican rum sales in

4
- the

|
is the only substantial
'foreign producer of the very}
Might-bodied rums Puerto Rico
ets in the U.S. The new
ff policy does not change
a ba’s competitive position
the duty on Cuban rum
mains the same.

Me heavy or black rum of|
i maica and the stronger
Mack rums of British Guiana
‘nd the French West Indies

ring the war. But its sales |

appreciable share of the multi-

U.S. rum market through the new tariff

$100,000 Expansion
Haitian Embassy commercial
experts said that their country’s

largest distillery — making Bar- |

bancourt Rum—had recently put
$100,000 into the expansion of its
plant and that they were in the
preliminary stages of a campaign

to increase sales of Haitian brown

;rum in the United States.

' Dominican sources said
| their Government expected to step
;up its rum production in con+
junction with a general industrial-
,isation programme.

A. J. E. Davis, Crown Agent for
| the British Colonies, said British
,Guiana firms are considering a
| programme to boost U.S. sales of
| their high-proof Demerara rums,
| while British Embassy sources
‘reported that Jamaica firms ae
| working out a similar programme.
| Last year’s imports of foreizn
;rums were lower than 1948's a.g
were subsequently less than those
;for the better pre-war years{

*; Puerto Rican shipments record an

increase.

The United States imported
| 206,603 gallons of foreign in 1948,
|as compared with 7,450,051 gal-
'lons at the wartime peak in 1944
and to 521,195 in 1936, the best
pre-war year.

Jamaica in 1948 sent 96,392 gal-
‘lons, as compared with 315,813 in
| 1944 and 82,478 in 1986. The
French West Indies sent 11,915
gallons in 1948, as against 1,176,-
745 in 1944 and 23,407 in 1936.
Cuba sent 86,368 gallons in 1948

and 347,222 in 1936. Puerto Rico
sent 526,250 gallons in 1948, 6,740,-
500 in 1944 and 717,519 in 1947.
Virgin Islands’ shipments for the
same periods were: 136,390 gal-
los, 2,661,195 gallons, and 163,693
gallons.—B.U.P.



have specialised markets in}
fhe U.S. They differ from the |
mite and gold rums cf}
ferto Rico and Cuba almost
much as dry gin from
folland gin—hence they offer
5 more competition.
retail stores, Puerto Rico's
ity free rum can sell at 5
nis a bottle cheaper than
any foreign rum. Wholesalers
Will add 15 per cent and re-
filers 33 per cent more, to!
fhe 4.20 dollar duty on each
bottle case of foreign rum.
The United States, over the
s, has developed a taste
eference for the white and}
drums in most rum drinks !

54

a ae ent cone ee

b

md for the black rum _ in
unches and cooking. Haiti,
finidad, Barbados, or the

minican Republic would
ave to start making drier!

or lighter rums in quantity or |
but across this preference to
fapture more of the present

t for their brown rums,

fae Puerto Rican Govern-|f

nt Has taken steps to bond
d assuré the quality of all
» and together with
Oducers and importers has
launched a multi-million dol-
lar campaign of advertising
merchandising Puerto

Ci
+4
Per

ean rums.

Shipments

3. Co Amerce Department stat-

5, that during the first
fths of 1949, Puerto Rico

ed to the mainland 906,769

F gallons of rum, valued at
1 dollars.
Virgin. Islands over the

d shipped 352,747 gal-
Orth 482,474 dollars.
Mmonth totals for imports
men rums were 150,547 gai-
‘Worth 703,789 dollars.
included 70,789 gallons



Mamaica, 61,210 from Cuba,
pag British Guiana, 7,783
| ch West Indies, 692

bados, 411 from France,
rm Trinidad and Tobago,
m Haiti, 74 from Bermuda,
the United Kingdom, $1
Wenéezuela and 12 from tha
2 and Windward islan:is.
nN Government vigor-
®pposed the duty reduction
Mer foreign rums. But its
perts told the B.U.P. that
Not expect the new tarifl
Cuban rum sale, Their
Were the same as those
By Puerto Rico, who also
le new duty rate.
_ va Department of!
» Who have supervise
t Islands rum-making by
hent company, said

-

2
a

the

MUnking applies to Virgin

»

recent law pass-

ress, however, direct-
ernment to cease mak-
its Virgin Islands
and its 375,000 gallons





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Things

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he inet in Under-








AT THE

DERN DRESS
SHOPPE

BROAD stREET.










U.S., U.K., France
Try To Break

Deadlock WithUSSR |

that

ey

compared with 5,724,550 in 1944) C@"8° Vessels serve the Caribbean

A)

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

“Quick! Run and tell Mum that Dad’s laying in a stock of his Scotch bals ready







Caribbean
Shipping
Good In 1949

NEW YORK, (By Maii)

Shipping business was g00q in
the Cariboean area in ly4y, in
Spite ot the qevaluation of cur-
rencies, aNd should continue to be
800d this year, according to the
4ilcoa Steamship Co.. Inc.

The company’s passenger and

area and the company has long
maintained a trade daevelopment
department, which aids Caribbean
businessmen to make contacts in
the United States.

“This department has seen more
than its usual activity during the
past year,” said Mr. William
White, president of the company,
“As a result, the volume of freight
we have carried southbound has
been maintained at a high level
in spite of the obstacles brought

10Da ys Picked From 1 8,262

- + picked as a purely personal choice because







lor a binge tonight.”

London Express Service

[ believe they have affected all our lives today

May 26, 1902

Guns boom salutes. Bands play
national anthems, Courtesy visits
are exchanged. Flags everywhere
and “Banzais” without end. A
British naval squadron is visiting
Tokyo the new naval port of
Japan.

Nothing very historic
that, you say? Wait. When the
ships left, a number of British
naval officers stayed behind to
help the Japanese build and train
a navy capable of defending
Japan against the expansion-hun-
gry Russians.

That mission led to :—

1. The defeat of Russia in the
Russo-Japanese war of 1904 to

about

1905 (while the British Navy held
the ring for their Japanese ally),
2. The agreement in 1907 be-

tween Britain

on by currency devaluations.”
He pointed out that the section
of the Caribbean served by Alcoa

sa bade ae oa eee , and a chastened

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, | #8 divided into a dollar area and Russia. This developed into the

The State Departmena|® Sterling area. In the sterling| Triple Alliance between France,
announced today that Britain, | °° devaluation brought more} Russia and Britain which defeated

France and the United States are
to make another attempt to break
the deadlock in negotiations with
Russia for an Austrian treaty,
which broke down last November.
In a_ statement, which again
blamed Russia for the deadlock
the State Department said it had
instructed Admiral Alan Kirk,
United States Ambassador in
Moscow to make “representations”
to the Soviet Government.
—Reuter.

laylor Resigns
—TRUMAN ACCEPTS |

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.

Mr. Myron Taylor resigned to-
day as President Truman’s Special
Ambassador to the Vatican. He is
returning to private life,

Accepting his resignation with
“deep regret,” Truman noted in
a letter that this was Taylor’s
76th birthday, Taylor has served
as Personal Envoy to the Pope for
ten years. Reports that he was
resigning have circulated here
and abroad for several weeks, but
Taylor denied them as late as a
week ago.

Several Protestant organisations
have repeatedly called on the!
President to abolish the special
post Taylor held. These demands
were renewed again when re-
ports spread that Taylor was re-
signing. The White House made}
public Taylor’s letter of resigna-
tion and Truman’s acceptance, but

gave no indication whether the
President would name a new
envoy.

—(Reuter.)



Charged With

Immoral Practices

BRUSSELS, Jan. 18
Seventeen people, including
eight women, appearing before a
Correctional Court here, operated
an organisation which “supplied |
women for immoral purposes 1c
more than 300 establishments in

import restrictions and a greater |
drive to export to the dollar area,
the net result being some decrease
in south bound tonnage.

The company’s passenger busi-
ness in 1949 was maintained at the
1948 level. The company’s three
passenger vessels maintain regular

Germany.

3. The emergence of Japan—
after the eclipse of Russia in 1917
—as the first Asiatic Power to
challenge white predominance in
the Far East.

To-day Japan lies crushed and
defeated. Her naval base. Naga-

’

By Sefton Delmer

became a republic. The Austro-
Hungarian Empire was split up
into three independent States, two
ot which to-day have Communist
régimes—Czechoslovakia

and
Hungary.
3. The Czar lost his throne,

and Russia vanished for seventeen
years (1917 to 1934) from the
stage of the world Powers.

The German armies which the
Kaiser, had detached from the
Western Front helped Hindenburg
and Ludendorff to turn the defeat
of the Russians at Tannenberg in- |
to the rout of the Masurian
Swamps.

That was a disaster from which
the Czar’s armies never really re-

;a consequence

clear the Greeks out of Asiatic
Turkey. He is successful. And as
of disagreement
between the British and the
French and the general war
weariness of the victor peoples he
is able to force a revision of the
stern peace treaty imposed on
Turkey after her collapse in 1918.

Kemal’s success causes a pro-
found impression in the countries
defeated in the world war or dis-
appointed by what it gave them.

Kemal’s example is followed by
the Japanese in Manchuria (1933)
by Hitler in the Rhineland (1935),
and Mussolini in Ethiopia (1985).

May 3, 1925

PAGE THREE





| 3 Russian
| Satellites
Walk-out

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan, 18
Delegates of the Soviet Union,
Poland, Byelo-Russia, and Czecho-
slovakia all walked out of the
United Nations Economie and
Employment Commission today in
protest against the presence of
the Chinese: Nationalist delegate.

—Reuter.

Argentine And
W. Germany Start
Trade Talks

FRANKFURT, Jan. ic.

Argentina and West Germ.
have started negotiations i. ¢
trade pact, a German Econo-nic
Ministry spokesman said tod

The Argentine delegation i:
headed by Dr. Louis Campes. The
trade agreement will be the firs,
concluded between the West Ger-
man Republic and Argentina.

The last agreement between the
vhree Western Zones of Germany
and Argentina was signed las
April by representatives of the
Allied Military Governments anc
an Argentine delegation, It pro-
vided for an exchange of goods
worth $60,000,000.—Reuter.

Missouri Still
In The Mud

VIRGINIA, Jan.



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4

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oe

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18,

Tugs, oil tankers and salvage CHANCES ARETyou have Dry
vessels early today clusterea
round the 45,000-ton Missevri, Scalp if your hair is messy, hard-

the United States only battleship
in acvive commission, as she re-
mained fast on a mudbank in
Chesapeake Bay, where she
! grounded yesterday. i
Naval salvage men were awa’‘t-
ing the arrival of an army dredge?
to aid attempts to free the giant
warship, which twice yesverday
resisted efforts to refloat her |
An unofficial but informed |

|

to-comb, and full of loose dan-
druff. Check Dry Scalp and im-
prove your chances in business
and love by using ‘Vaseline’ Hair
Tonic daily. Loose dandruff dis-

appears because ‘Vaseline’ Hair

{source said the Missouri may have
|yun aground because of orders to
}sail over a secret experimental
|recording device installed last
Friday on vhe bottom of Chesa- |
peake Bay about 50 yards wide of |
| the main ship channel.—Reuler.

9,000 Flee From |

Tonic works with nature—be-
cause it supplements the natural

scalp oils... Try ‘Vaseline’





Hair Tonic today,



Britain returned to the Gold
Standard. This measure, opposed
from the first by the Daily Ex-

Floods In U.S.



press had a disastrous and long- |



ety hit

covered. It started the long train! lasting effect on Britain both | NEW YORK, Jan. 18. |
of reverses which led to the revo- | economically and politically, | Long lines of rescue trucks J
lution of 1917. | August 23, 1939 | rolled out of flood-threatened areas’ iat y a
Ribbentrop flies to Moscow and! in southeast Missouri Stave or | ON ce
August 25, 1917 meets Stalin and Molotov. \ day, loaded with thousands of} :

General Kornilov Commander- |

| refugees from the lowlands of the
| Mississippi River.

The meeting makes war a cer-
tainty for Ribbentrop and the





—,, j
USED BY MORE MEN TODAY THAN ANY
OTMER HAIR TONIC





Belgium and abroad” counsel for
the prosecution declared here to-
day.

The 17 people are charged with
debauchery, theft and debauching
minors, The organisation is oper-
ate 1 from a cafe in the centre of
Brussels and was officially known
as an wmoloyment agency for
elegant waitresses.

The prosecution alleged to-day
that many of the women were of
French nationality.

—Reuter.

U.S. Supports

|French View on Saar

WASHINGTON, Jan, 18.
Secretary of State, Dean
Acheson, said at a Press Confer-
ence today that the United States,
in the negotiation of a Peace

Treaty for Germany, would sup-t| firmness was shown by coppers.

poit the French view that the

Saar should have a certain degree

cf autonomy. oe
He defined the French posjtion

as being that the Saar should be|brought Cape support vo Kaffir

detached from Germany, and
should be financially and econo-
mically integrated with France.
| He said that the political future
|of the Saar should be determined
| by the Peace Treaty, which con~
cludes the war with Germany.
On French plans for the leasing
| of the Saar mines for 50 years,
> said that whatever was done
prejudice a peace





} t . but added that France
ild not take any action which
Ww ld make difficult the egra-
; On Germany into Western
jurope

—Reuter.

weekly sailings from New Orleans,
During 1949, added Mr. White,
the company resumed its south-
bound service from Norfolk,
Virginia; started a fast northbound
service through the Leeward and
Windward Islands; arranged for a
large, modern pier at Baltimore;
and installed refrigerated space on
three big freighters.—B.U.P.

Trinidad Cocoa
Prospects Good

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail) |!

Trinidad cocoa growers expect a
definite increase in the price for
the next crop, based on the prices
paid in Europe, including England,
for the last harvest of 24 dollars
per fanega for estates and 28

saki, is an atom-bombed ruin.

But the battle cry “Asia for the
Asiatics,” has been taken up With
enthusiasm throughout the East.
And with success,

A movement has been launched
which may strike at the roots of
Western prosperity by denying
Europe and the United States the
precious raw materials which
they have been accustomed to
draw from the East.

January 27, 1906 |

The General Election shows a|
landslide defeat of the Tories, and |
a rejection of Joseph Chamber- |
lain’s tariff plan. {

The British public had been
stampeded by the slogan, “Your
bread will cost you more.”

For the sake of a temporary re-
duction in the cost of their break-
fast table, they rejected the tariffs
without which there could be no



dollars for plantation variety.
However, no estimate of the size
of the crop for next year can be
furnished on account of prevailing
weather conditions.

Due to prevailing prices in New
York and Canada, the new rate of
exchange, and the shortage of sup-
plies in coffee producing areas like
Guatemala, the price to be paid
for coffee in the coming season is
also expected to reach unprece-
dented figures.

Heavy market demands for
coffee have already secured orders
in Trinidad for 1,000,000 Ibs. in ad-
vance of actual reapings. New
York and Canadian buyers will
figure prominently in shipments to
be re
Las
3,000,000 pounds was reaped. Of
this, 2,000,9Cv lbs. went to foreign
markets, the remainder being held
for home consumption and inter-
colonial trade.—B.U.P.

Tate And Lyle

Sugar Recovers

LONDON, Jan. 18.

Industrial shares weve dep-essed
by the Labour Party’s election
manifesto published today. This
listed industries scheduled for
Nationalisation in the event of the
present Government being re-
turned to power. Dullness was
widespread in many of the groups
including cements and chemicals.
The only exception was Tate and
Lyle sugar which recovered from
the recent losses when the price
moved higher on _ favourable
press comment,

Early firmness in British shates
was not always held. Final prices



system of Imperial Preference in

Britain.
August 25, 1914

The Kaiser orders two German
army corps and a cavalry divis-
ion to be withdrawn from the
right wing of the German Army
which is blitzing its way through |
France to Paris and the Channel |
ports,

He sends them off to reinforce
the small German army screen-
ing Germany’s eastern marches
against the Russians,

Results of this departure from
the carefully worked out German
war plan were :—

1, Germany lost the world
war, The gap which the with-
drawal of these troops ieft in the

crop, an aggregate of some] German line was exploited by the

British and the French. The
Germans were turned back in the
battle of the Marne and what was
to have been a lightning campaign
became a long drawn out war
which Germany could not win.
2, The Kaiser and his Austrian
ally lost their thrones. Germany



in-Chief of the Russian Army is| Russians sign a non-aggression| As the water level in America’s
called to Petrograd by the Liberal pact for the partition of Poland. | great midwest river basin inched
Prime Minister Kerensky whose| Hitler believes that in view of | upwards, the exodus grew.
provisional Government has re.|this pact the British and the | —(Reuter.)
placed the fallen Czar. French will not fight.

Kerensky wants Kornilov’s | November 13. 1940 " aaeahaninaamniaae
army to help him and the moder-; —yolotoy pays a return visit to |

ate Socialists to put down the €X-! Hitler ana Ribbentrop in Berlin
tremist Bolsheviks led by Lenin. | This meeting makes certain that

_But Kornilov plans to kill three | Hitler will lose the war. Hitler \
pines wich - mee He a “e decides on war against Russia, |
rid Petrograd an ussia not only | and thereby reconstitutes the old
of the Bolsheviks but of Kerensk i

Y | bogey of all German strategists—
and the moderate Socialists as the war on two fronts.
well.

He surrenders Riga to the Ger- November 30, 1943
mans, and marches on Petrograd.; Roosevelt at the Teheran con-
This throws Kerensky and the ference sides with Stalin. He re-
moderate Socialists into the arms! jects Churchill's plan for an An-
of the Bolsheviks “to protect the} glo-American invasion of the |
revolution.” They rearm the Bol-| Balkans to strike at the “under- |

shevist workers and_ soldiers ' belly” of Nazi Germany. This in- |
(whom they had disarmed a few ,vasion plan provided for a joint
weeks earlier) and give Lenin the | British-Russian-American occu-

final impulse which enables the; pation of the territory conquered
Bolsheviks to stage their success- Roosevelt instead, backs Stalin’s
ful October Revolution. | demand for a_ Britisn-American
A new Power is born—the So- | landing in France. He also invites
viet Union—dedicated to the des- Stalin to join in the war against
Aruction of the Western “bour- Japan when Germany is beaten
geois-capitalist” way of life and | Stalin accepts.
the world-wide establishment. of As a result :—

the Bolshevist revolution. 1, Europe has been divided
jinto two, militarily, politically, |

October 20, 1921

Professor Friedrich Bergius |
constructs the first test plant at |
Ludwigshafen in Germany for the
production of oil from coal.

His discovery becomes a major

}and economically.

2. Russia has seized Manchu-
ria, half of Korea, and all she had
lost in the Japanese war. The
| Japanese menace in the Far East |

has been succeeded by the Com- |
munist menace.

factor in deciding German mili- China has already fallen. Few
tarists to risk another war with | o¢ the other newly formed nation-
Britain, . «cu, | alist régimes in the East look more

They calculate that this syn- capable of resisting penetration or

thetic oil fuel, won by the Bergius

: ; overthrow by the strong and de-
process, will substantially supple- |



| termined_Communist totalitarians
| 3. From all territories under
;|Communist rule, Western com-
;}merce and Western interests are
| being systematically expelled. The
| West is beginning to find itself up
| against a situation like that which
jfaced the Mediterranean trading
States after the Turkish Moslems
|had seized Constantinople in the

ment Continental oil resources.

It will they believe give them
independence of oil imports from
overseas and thus ren/ler them
immune from the effects of a
British blockade like that which
brought the Kaiser's Germany
down.

- August 5, 1922

General Kemal Pasha, Comman- | 15th century, and closed the trade }

routes to the East

der-in-Chief of Turkey's last re- ae
London Express Service.

maining army launches a drive to



PERVUKHIN IS
STALIN’S DEPUTY

MOSCOW, Jan. 18.

The Supreme Soviet has ap-
pointed Mikhail Georgievich Per-
vukhin, Vice-President of the
Council of Ministers.

It has released him from the
post of Minister for the chemical
industry, in which he will be
sueceeded by S. M, Tikhomirov.

Pervukhin thus joins Molotov,
| Beria, Andreev, Kosygih, Malen-
| kov, Kaganovich, Malyshev, Kru-
tikov, Yefrehov, and Tevosyan as
Deputy to Marshal Stalin.

‘Conference to Discuss Haiti
—Dominican Differences
HAVANA, pan. 18.

Differences between Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Repub-
lic will be considered by United States Ambassadors here
tomorrow for a three-day conference.

Edward Miller, Assistant Secre- Mr. Miller said that there had
tary of State, said that all matters | already been talks with Cuba con-
affecting agriculture would be! cerning an economic development
considered. He said that the] treaty such as the one recently
United States would support the} signed with Uruguay. These












showed little alteration on balance, —Reuter.

and undertone was fairly firm.

Commodity shares were quiet.)
Rubvers and oils were generally
maintained in small trading, but



Soviet Officials
Too ‘Busy’To Attend



Small cash sales were responsi- |
actiona] losses in Foreign

ae es " 4 : eer etl
ii account! Twelve senior viet officials,
Te igh eile ys | who had been invited to attend a
finai| reeeption given tonight by the
the| three Western High Commission-
| ers, refused to come because “they
; are all extremely busy in con-
nection with railroad troubles.”
Among the invited comers a
General Vassily Chuikov, head o'
£4,500,000 MORE | the Soviet Control Mission, V. S.
LONDON, Jan. 18. |Semonov, his political advisor,
| Neariy 1,000,000 workers in the; and Major General Alexander
| British building trade are to get| Kotikov, Soviet Cormmandant in
la will cost! Berlin

Free Staters and although
prices were under the best,
section closed firm.

—Reuter.

BRITISH BUILDERS GET







| vage increase which Last night, the building
jabout £4,500,000 a year. The in~| of the Soviet-controlled railway
{crease was agreed today by the; administration, located in . the
| joint industrial council for the) American Sector, was occupied on

the instructions of West Berlin
city authorities, who had receiv-
'ed American permission.—Reuter.

building industry, The increase is
made on a scale in accordance
with -the cost of living.—Reuter.

!

“Organisation for American
States,” which is investigating the
differences. It is a regional agency
set up within the United Nations
by the recent Inter-American Con-
ference.



Haiti Denounces
Republic

WASHINGTON, (By Mail)

It was reported from Ha-
vana_ that the Government
of Haiti is preparing vo de-

nounce the neighbouring Domini-
can Republic for alleged complicity
in the abortive attempt in Decem-
ber to assassinate Peresideni' Es-
timo and to overthrow the Gov-
ernment. The Dominican Republic

| bas accused Haiti of permitting
| saboteurs to infiltrate into the
Republic and President Trupilio

esked Congress recently for pow-
ers to declare a state of war in
certain contingencies —B.U.P.

treaties were not indispensabie for
American Aid, but they demon-
strated the United States’ desire to
help generally to assist their Gov-
ernments with finance.

Recognition of military regimes
which had overthrown Democratic

Governments did not imply ap-
proval or disapproval of the
policies of the new regimes, he

continued. To break relations was
inefficient, and would be embar-
rassing to the O.A\S.





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mention South America because it
was intended to deal with the Far
East only

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Thursday, January 19, 1950



And Heaven Too?

THE long awaited and much heralded
manifesto of the British Labour Party
published yesterday is a disappointing
document. It comprises a vague list of
slogans and omits important issues from
the consideration of the electorate who will

_ decide in the next five weeks whether they
will continue to commit the destinies of the
nation into the hands of a socialist govern-
ment or give the Conservatives or Liberals
a chance to do better.

The document trumpets the successes
of the British Labour Party without paying
due regard to the outside measures on
which these successes were based. It points
out that Labour has done much already
to bring Great Britain back to her place in
the sun without admitting that the Labour
Party could have done nothing without
American aid. It was ungracious enough
not to acknowledge the help which the
United States has given to Great Britain
and the world generally, especially at a
time when British dependence on that
aid has not yet vanished, and it is still
questionable whether the aid so given has
been used to the best advantage.

There is nothing new in the manifesto
which is a repetition of old and well-used
slogans. It will no doubt appeal to those

lived in the slums in the bad old days
and who under the welfare state have
profited from the change in social condi-
- but it contains little that is con-
tive for the future. It has indeed
nened the door for a realistic and imag-

e programme by the Conservatives.”

native

who





The worthy aim of the manifesto is full
employment for all. But this is to be

achieved against a background of nation-
The manifesto fails to acknowl-



gil "
edve the fact that the only industr) that
of steel—which has escaped nationalisation
is the y prosperous one today. It is also



esting to note that shipping is not to
nationalised.
i this is because the Socialists
have never pretended to be ashamed to
profit from Capitalist countries. nm the
ame way the Colonies have been over-
looked. This proves that the Socialist Gov-
ernment are totally oblivious of their duty
to colonial peoples for whose welfare they
are solely responsible. The people in the
colonies have no vote in the elections and
udging by the Socialist Government's
jandling of the West Indian Sugar question
there will be a bleak future for them if
Labour wins. The Socialists proclaim in the
manifesto that their aim is peace and plenty
for everyone as if this were not the aim of
every government in the history of the
country.

But if their seven points are vague and
noncontroversial and acceptable to all polit-
ical parties, it 1s a fundamental error for
the Socialist Government to attempt ‘to
approach an electorate without some state-
ment of policy on the country's finances.



ox< rahiu
Presumably



How to fill the dollar gap without cut-
ting down the services of the Welfare State
is what the British elector expects to hear
about. Failure to make this plain is an in-
dictment of Labour’s manifesto, Whether
the voter is educated enough to realise this
failure only the election results will prove.



More Fish

A BILL exempting fishing equipment
coming to this island from customs duty
was passed by the House of Assembly at
its last meeting. It will meet with the ap-
proval of the entire community.

At a time when there is diffigulty in
obtaining imports of food because of the
financial policy of the British Government,
it is essential that everything should be
done to increase the protein content 1n that
portion of diet obtainable locally.

The merits of fish as food need no em-
phasis. To catch fish, fishermen must be
encoyraged. The removal of the customs
duty on this fishing equipment will have
the effect of preventing a rise in the cost
of fish; and from this point of view will be
welcomed by all sections of the community.

ec cceeeneneenenliit TT

OUR READERS SAY:

The Preservation Of

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.—May I be permitted, to
offer my. respectful congratulations
ocal Cricket Association
ce in that they have main-
r custom and left out the
§ in their programme for
the cricket matches between B.G
i Bar s next month









T have « advocated the pre- ally essential to human welfare,
ervation of the Sabbath for its and I submit that there are three °U* well being
roper and most valuable uses, very urgent » questions which .. FRANC
sometimes criticised those everybody should seriously con- Chelsea,

who were helping to secularise it,
to bring it down to the common

level of work and play with the

otner

days, so it seems only fair











; 7 The Editor, The Advocate unbiassed, but with ri ay, ©
right’ to express pleasure then and that young people should editor, e Advocate assed, but w a wide scope ; to-day, one word from us and
: ; ; y | : Ss ‘ me 5 ten a ro aH in their term of office, see! = ; S
it is protected. I was sorry be free to take part in them, that -,; s1K,—Local Talent night at the of stage and musical experience. 4 pity they don’ but MS everyone does just what they
to see that the trial games they are better than idling around Globe Theatre reached its climax , pity they don't know when tO please. Is that how the averaâ„¢
to select the island team did not or reading trashy nov ols eee cat with a full house last Friday night , We do not after all, wish to nip stop. The U.S.A. — that great man and w ete te
foll t ime good rule, and ve ry shiced slbadiiven S90 ON when the finalists completed for talented youngsters in the bud by country which does not know of aie et ean to-day
th the Water Polo team in Sabbath “well sr ent” ane be q erst place. a repetition of last Friday night's nationalization but has built up ; tae Tchr 40 5 ee woulda ¢
Tr ielded to their lowe1 very “enjoyable ." oor ieee a My criticism rely discouraging, unintelligent, inex- her position both great and free it te better if we backed out asa
played on Sunday change from the Oy ararkme of 2 the panel il to CUuSable and inexplicable judging. 9” individual enterprise and free Ce EES. Sek Nee wae
: = Eaee cchodl, ce Wek wal diay, 2 the Cedri D V LOCAL *THUSIAST. industry without whose aid Eng- “© © Demdine for fast anyway—@
"tras ioe ee al ay f ' : ; land to-day would be in a sor: econd nation—at least we
F tary i) See 5 é What's Free About It? position and without whom the ie fully
t¢ : : - we ex} labour party could not have ee ;
the matter on acom- young people to understar Nell Hall and Mr. Hall were The. Editor * Advocate we a elgg ity enc Be vlad Not being England for the
i ink >} er ca thing—many an Americar j
el, one would think preciate and practice Christian and e second and third places SIR 5 gg nerican election I rdly say how the
the awing vtec inje +} - T} hiunas ey" ape eoa ‘ wp Bae, J Oo we iend people at Sac rake .
; a the playing socis | virtues unless al This letter is not indicative cf There’ ways be an Eng- money to throw d Aig hink, but believe
ome and re- taught and trained? And the Sab- my pinion alone; f all the land in Glee Ward : me the Dx ms, the colonies |
and body th bath Z t ‘ } : : } : ae» ry- d all th ie
grea I fy asked not _And England shall be free.” thing? It seems B . countries aré
And there " t Tt is how the word f some their money and aid , ed breath
exampi

Tories win,
be all up with us.
If the blankety-



now no force in the cry that there
is not sufficient time during th
week days with shorter hours of
work and many holidays, besides
the weekly halfday.

But let us step up to a larger
view, in agreement with the fre
quent declaration |
ideas and culture are fundament-

sider from that standpoint. These
I beg to put to those who advo-
eate Sunday games outright, and
those who say there is no harm in

By W.

J. Brown. MP

All Lined Up For The
Great Slanging Match

THE effect of an impending
General Election on the rank and
file of the parties is one thing.
Its effect on the leadership of
parties is another and very differ-
ent thing—especially on the lead-
ership of the Socialist Party of
the day.

On the rank and file, the gen-
eral election has the effect of a
Cup Final or a championship
boxing metch. The record, ~nake-
up, end future of each party is
splendid or putrid, according to
oe one supports it or opposes
it.

Never was there so good a Gov-
ernment—or so bad a one. Never
did a Government fulfil (or fail
to fulfil) so many promises.

If the party wins, the result
wili be the immediate establish-
ment of the King-
dom of Heaven on
earth — or a rapid
spin down to perdi-

tion. For the rank
and file there are
no half-tones. All

is black and white.

If the perishing
it will

blank Socialists
win, you may just
as well write Britain off as done
for All according to one’s point
of view. at

But on the party leadership an
impending election on

mood of caution. or ¥
Es says to-day





nay be
held up against it to-morrow, and
that especially if one has Gov-
ernmental responsibility, can be
very embarrassing.

So for some little time past the
been very
fied, about the

1. And now

Tory leadership has
guarded, very qual
Right Road for Bri

|Mr. Morrison beco just

cautious about Labour Believes In
| Britain
Speaking at Lewishar

| he will no more deser

| Micawber ke

Mi
dov

| dit






- yet



iwber) Mir.
, 7 +) r
wn the other

s re






Eight Reports
I HAVE only tt newsp

reports t

> £O 1,
eight reports of t
the socialisation of th

LAST night at a spaghetti salon,







I got to talking with a refe rmed
bootlegger who is cur ly the
Mister Big of a big whisky com-
pany.

“What do you hear from the
mob?” I asked Anything t
would fill up three eets of copy
paper?

The former Man of Extinction
thought a minute

“There’s one story I t
member seeing in pr “ he said.
| “It's about an old man named
Ronowitz who ran a candy store
lon the East Side around the ume
| Dutch Schultz was buying his

st trucks
One night as the
was about to lock up,

ivery



a hoodlum
| stepped into the shop and pressed
a gun against the old ma‘.’s mid-
dle

“Hide me somewhere,” he said

The old man knew better than
to argue with a revolver.

“Who's chasing you he ask-
ed, as he opened the trapdoor
which led to the cellar.

“Some fellas from Jersey.”

When they got to the base-

ment, Ronowitz pointed to a cou-
ple of old mattresses near the
coal bin. “Lay down,” he said,
“and I'll make a sandwich.”

A minute later the storekeeper
had rolled man and mattresses
into a bundle and tied it up with
a piece of old clothesline.

As he started back up to the

store a couple of men, guns in
hand, came down the stairs
“Watcha doin’ in the cellar?”

asked one.

“Bankin the furnace,” said the
old man.

The gents from Jersey
around in the trash barrels, ex-
amined the coal bin and then
came to the rolled-up mattresses

“Pll throw a bullet into them
for luck” said one of them.

“You been seein’ too

poked

many

ecusly disregard
(3) How can

that spiritvuci

His

most

January 17,









storekeeper

people generally to regard seri-
ously the Laws of God, and good
conduct in general, if we frivol-

definite and plain commandments?
blessing of God upon us as a com-
munity if we flout His authority

and rule, and cast away one of
useful f

Local Talent







production, distribution and ex-
change is not so much as men-
tioned in one of them.

As for the programme, apart
frorn the complete absence of any
reference to the development of
imperial resources, it might have
been abstracted from my articles
on this page.

But while Mr. Morrison drops
the slogans of Socialism, and sub-
stitutes the empirical approach to
a hard practical problem other
things are being said by other
wings of the Socialist movement.

Thus this week sees the pub-
lication of Keeping Left — a
pamphlet issued by a group of
Left-Wing Socialist MPs, follow-
ing a meeting and discus#ion at
Oxford.

This new Oxford Movement
talks in a very different strain.
While Mr. Morrison

woos the moderates

the Oxford Group

soothes and solicits

the true Socialists.

Mor e levelling
down, more and
more _ nationalisa-
tion, more and

more of the Plan-
ned Society—that is
the programme of

the Left.

Morrison de-
“We really
undertake

Mr
clares:
cannot

m or e substantial
commitments, how-
ever desirable, un-
til we can be sure
of meeting in all
weathers the com-
mitments we have
already undertaken.
But his colleagues
of t he Oxford
Movement are pre-
pared to undertake



same duality expresses it-
justrial side of the

t. This week the
yn Congress General
ts the assembled
ses of nearly
> unions, will seek
t of its recommenda-
wage claims should
ied for <



and



But, as ‘on the political side, so,



By Billy



movies,” said
try the roof.”

the other.

The mobsters went upstairs and
doo; bang
He banked the fire and waited in
the men

Ronowitz heard the
his store until he saw
climb into a car and drive off.

Then he went back down
untied the mattresses.

“You done fine, Pop,” said the
fugitive, taking a wad of bills out
when

of his pocket
to stop countin’.”

“Tell me

“Such money I don’t take,” said

the old man.”’,

“Ya kin have anything ya waat,
said the gangster, “Make a wish.
three wishes

Better yet, make
like in them fairy stories.”
“Well,” said the

What's on Today

Meeting, Commissioners of
Health, St. Michael at 1.00
p.m.

Meeting, St. Thomas Vestry
at 1.00 p.m.

Cricket Trial Game,
sington at 1.30 p.m.

Meeting, Christ Church Ves-
try at 2.00 p.m.

Ken-





spectively.

one of His very To avoid

we expect the
provisions for

IS GODSON.

1950. .

It is here necessary to emphasise
most strongly
judges who would be completely






















“Let's

and

t storekeeper,
I hear in a couple weeks some

too, on the industrial side, while
those in front cry “Back,” those
behind cry “F ”
Sim

ing unions for a rise of £1 a week.
In their capacity as members of
the General Council, some men

sent claims for increases.

This duality gives rise to an
escapism which finds expression
in demands for “equality of sac-
rifice.” What this means is that
profit should be slashed, whatever
the effect on the national economy.

Mr. Morrison remarked the
other day that American indus-
trial output, was twice as much
per man as English output. Why)
is this? Because the
American wor k-

Mr. Morrison said
that the national
income had to be
expended “without

' overburdening the
economy and wi tho u t over
taxing the incentive and enter-
prise of individuals.” But sim-
ultaneously Sir Will Lawther
issues most categorical and, in-
deed impudent orders to the
Chancellor as to what he is to do
with Mr. Lord.

The difficulty about voting
Socialist at the election is that
nobody who does so will know
what he will be voting for.
WORLD COPYWRIGHT RESERVED.

—London Express Service.

—



Gangsters Always Pay
Their Debts



guy from the West Side is open-
ing a candy store on the next
block.”

“He ain't gonna open,” said
the hoodlum. “Keep talkin’.”’

“The man who sells me my
chocolate syrup, all of a sudden
he wants a 15 per cent mark-up.”

“I'll discuss ‘it with him.
Chances are you'll get a reduc-
tion. One more wish to go—this
time make it good.”

“That’s all L can think of,”
said Ronowitz, “excepting maybe
you'd like to tell me how it felg
when you was in the mattress.’

The gangster’s lips tightened.
“You're makin’ fun of me, Pop,”
he said, “and I don’t like it. I
wanted to pay ya off nice and
proper, ‘but sigce ya don't want
it that way, maybe I better try
somethin’ else.”

Ten minutes later, as per
‘phone instructions from the hood-
lum, a black car drove up and
Ronowitz was pushed into
back seat.

The car headed north and kept
going until it parked near a
wooden bridge somewhere in
Westchester. The driver took
some chains from the luggage
compartment, put a heavy piece
of scrap iron on the old man’s
middle and then lashed his legs
to his chest so the metal was
wedged in between.

“Throw him over when I count
three,” said the hoodlum.

“One———”

“Two- :

The old man braced himself
and wondered who would mind
the store next day.





He walked over and began to
undo the chains.

“Now you got your answer,
Pop,” he said. “That's how I

Whe Sabbath Upheld By Cricket Authorities

that Cedric Phillips deserved drst,
and Nell Hall second place re-

the embarrassment
caused by the behaviour of certain
parts of the audience the next
finalist night should be solely local
talent, and with twelve to fifteen
contestants to lengthen the pro-
gramms there should be no cinema
show. The seats could then be sold
as at plays and concerts with the
balcony least expensive.

locked doors.

this state.

some

the selection of




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Behind Three Front Doors

By James Leasor

PIGEONS screamed round Transport
House, the Socialist Party's sever.-storey |
headquarters in Smith-square, Westminster.

Up six floors in a tiny, over-heated roan!
Number 153, under a pinned-up photograph
of Keir Hardie, reporters barraged a grey-
haired woman official. She said she was an
information. officer.

“My name? Oh, no,
We don’t believe in
organisation.”

The party’s head information officer,
Arthur Bax, sandy-haired, thin-faced, cas-
ually at ease, came in. Reporters closed in.
He leaned back in his swivel chair.

“Candidates? We've got” 589 candidates
already endorsed, and 24 to come. Forty are
women. When Parliament is dissolved every
MP. makes for his own constituency—
pronto,

“We are fighting on full employment,

social service, fair shares for all.
“Confident of success? Course we are—just

I can’t give you that
personalities in the

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from the “doubtful”
thusiasm most needs whipping up.

Under the Representation of the People Act,

election expenses have new limits. |

dates in county elections may spend £450,|

plus 2d. for every elector on the constitu-

ency roll.

Not so lucky are candidates in borough S
%
s

Mr. Bax swings round in his chair to give

with passages, has also balconies, arches.

January 1, 1949, is being allowed to pay
anything at all towards his election expenses,
since the report on party organisation by Sir

like the other fellows.”

“Send Mr. Attlee” will be a certain request
districts, where en-

All expenses are borne by the local parties. ;



Candi-

constituencies: They are allowed to spend

the firm answer: All gifts to the fight, of
money or services or what-have-you, must
be counted as expenses.”

the Westminster tan
%
%
‘

Abbey House,

quarters of the Tories, is having its face
lifted. Steel
chisels chink and peck at the smoky stone.

scaffolds cluster round it,

Inside, there is a lot of bustling from room

to room. Outside most doors yesterday were
coal scuttles filled with ashes.

The place used to be an hotel, is warrened

Press Officer Gerald O’Brien, burly,|¥ tees
emooth-suited, slow of speech, has his office | ¥
high up in the building. It is spartanly | } -
furnished, A china sculpture of Mr. Church- Stansfield Scott & Co L
ill—the sort of thing you see in gift shops— | $4946604490066s0006GS0CGOSSOSSsssuGeR

is on the mantelpiece.

“Qur policy in a few words? This. Mr.

Churchill recently quoted Sir Hartley Shaw-
cross as saying: ‘We are the masters now.

Mr. Churchill went on: ‘Should it-be that |!
the burden comes to us, we shall say: “We|
are your servants.”’ That’s our policy.”

about 60 “Tory-Liberals.”

The Tories field 625 candidates, ssn

Local associations have booked halls up

and down the country. Fair-haired Joan |
Dodd, who arranges the lists of top-ranking |
speakers available for the meetings, has been!
working “morning, noon and night, seven |
days a week.”

No Tory candidate who was adopted after

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the |
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“We have been ready for this election since






Suddenly the gangster grinned.

felt when I was in the mattress.’
—L.E.S.



What I, and I guess quite a few
other people might ask is—free!
what's free about it.

Britain to-day is about as free
as a man in jail behind double
How is it that Eng-
land the Mother
home of the free, came to te in
Not even her children
—as we might call her colonies
—care very much about her and in
cases positively
Britain and all things British.

Nationalization — The Labour
Party may have done some good

Masses of pamphlets and booklets are now |
In Abbey House telephones ring and type-
Mr. O’Brien leans forward over his desk. |

November. There’s no question of our having
to gallop up to the post to start.

The central offices of the Liberal Party
are divided into three parts. They are on
both sides of Gayfere-street, S.W.1, are listed |
as the Liberal Central Association, the Party
Organisation, an& Literature.

A Dictaphone is on his desk, a tray of |
coloured pins for sticking in-maps “to report
progress.” On the wall hangs a list of all the
candidates. Beside each name is a coloured



disc ready to be flipped down for victory.
In a room on the first floor back sits grey-

haired, black - suited deputy - chairman

Edward Martell. He is shortish, brusque.



I am an English woman abroad
used to earning my own living
and it makes me mad when I hear
the poor opinions people of other
countries have of the British-
they ask what are the people of
Britain thinking of to allow this
state of things “we never thought
of the British as a gagged, and
bound by government. depart-
ments, sort of nation but as a
free and independent country
proud of her name as Mother of
democracy and her place in the
world.” We have no place that
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_ guunsDAY, JANUARY 1

9, 1950



‘Adams Should Join

Bustamante In

Sugar

Fight

—SAYS MOTTLEY

Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the House of Assembly and
> ‘Dresident of the Barbados Labour Party, should join the

Hon'ble A. Bustamante, President of Jamaica Labour

Party

= ming the fight with the British Ministry of Food
in re-eimunerative price for West Indian Sugar.

F was expressed by Mr.
1b Mottey, M.C.P. and Presi-
“of the Caribbean Workers
when he was interviewed
py the “Advocate” in connection
‘with the report of the outcome of
: talks which the delegation
To B.W. Sugar Producers had
Or, the Ministry of Food. A
release from the delegation
plished in yesterday’s issue
of the “Advocate”.
: _ Adams said that as a
= aes the Executive Com-
she preferred to oe nothing
/ t Committee met.
kg members of the House
‘gho commented were Mr. O. T.
and Mr. F. E. Miller.
other members were asked
» comment, but declined to do so.

Mr. Mottley said that he was

surprised at the attitude
aed py the British Govern-

nent after the expressed indiffer-

; of Mr. Rees-Williams, one
Under-Secretaries of State,
nen he definitely stated that his
asle interest was in seeing that the
British working people got things
cheaply as possible, or words
o that effect.

While he was not surprised, he
shocked to think that the
fish Government, in order to
cape their economic responsi-
bility. to the colonies by way of
ying a proper price for sugar,
d have abandoned with such
nscrupulous completeness the
Nast shreds, not only of honour,
ut of common decency.

Indeed, the Press release of the
Welegation of the B.W.I. Sugar
roducers’ Association as appeared
yesterday’s “Advocate”, re-
inded one of the Chamberlain
ent in 1938 when” they
re playing for time. Surely
British statesman today, if he
d so be called, should realise
tt West Indians were grown up
mople, and were not so easily



































































C

Loyalty

“Tf ever the loyalty of the people
f the West Indies had been
ined,” said Mr. Mottley, ‘‘it
sin this crisis, bearing in mind
it we are faced with the effects
devaluation and have to buy,
in the majority of cases, from the
jing area at uncontrolled

”
Se

“Relative to the suggestion by the
try of Food to the effect that
¢ Labour Movements in the
t Indies would support the
inistry in enforcing a low price
for sugar, Mr. Mottley said that
it was a sure indication that
many of the leading Ministers
iid people in England did not
id West Indians of today.

¢

"He was indeed pleased, but not
tall surprised at the stand which
. G. H. Adams, Leader of the
é, and President of the Bar-
Labour Party, had taken
the matter.

Mr. Mottley said that as was
yn he had moved during the
fesent session of the Legislature,
0 addresses in the House of
mbly in connection with the
situation.

had since had a resolution
bd at a Mass Meeting of the
aribbean Workers’ Union under
auspices of the Barbados
tors’ Association, and he was
red to stand firmly behind
movement, Labour or other-
» not only in Barbados but

uady Rodney’

ives Here

S. Lady Rodney arrived at
dos yesterday with a variety
; cargo from Trinidad.
Beef-fores, hinds—veal, prime
bats, tongues, calf livers, tripes,
h, frankfurters were all in
wonable . quantities. From
also arrived 2,000 tins
orated milk, flavouring
fresh fruit and canned
marmalade, fibre.
brought from the ports
own and Kingstown, St.
and Grenada included
butter, patent medicines,
Machinery, books, green-

@Tace horse owned by Hon.
e, M.L.C,

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mey began to load’ yes-
puncheons of molasses
vl ip of rum for
also general cargo for
British Northern Islands.
leaving tonight at 9 o'clock
muda, Boston and Mon-
British Northern Islands.
ardiner Austin & Co.,
agents, '

oolboy Injured

* about 4.35 p.m. yesterday
Row occurred on St. Mich-
W, Opposite the Fort Royal
ons tween the motor car
sla 'oWRed and driven by Bel-
ll, St C. Searley of Orange
dan on a bicycle,
en by

Batles Those, Y a schoolboy,
n) w...aS taken to the Gen-
® Hospital Suffering from in-

May 700

bicycle was slightly dam-

OVERLOADED BUs:

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0: 20/. 5
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Bene at on Ernest Johnson,
Orsi, sae, yesterday by His
Was { rH A. Talma, when

nt Suilty of allowing
' ‘srg “Ve passengers to it
so 10. the "bus G.140 on

40, ,



in any part of the West Indies to
fight the sugar question.

Non-Party Issue

As he had pointed out in the
House, he likened the question of
Securing a remunerative price for
West Indian sugar as a non-party
issue, and he felt that it was the
duty of all to unite in the fight.
He had also likened it to the
Foreign Policy of England in time
of war.

Finally Mr. Mottle sai,
he would reiterate a te es tee
said in the moving of his last
address in the House about sugar.
and that was that Mr. G. H.
Adams’ standing with the Home
Government should have been
used by the local Government to
assist the sugar delegation in
England while he was there.

“I hope it is not too late for
Mr. Adams to join Mr. Bustamante
and the sugar delegation to re.
or the issue, as upon sugar, and
caidas received for it, “we live

Mr. Allder a member of t
Labour Party, said that while he
was not a friend of the B.W.I
Sugar Producers’ Association, he
was forced to join in resenting
the refusal of the Ministry of
Food in not giving a better price
for West Indian sugar.

Such a refusal haq shown very
clearly to the patriotic peoples of
the West Indies that the milking
of these colonies which was carried
on in the seventeenth and
eighfeenth centuries to bolster the
internal economy of Great Britain
was still being practiced, ,

Miseries

“I think that all sections in the
colonies should come together to
carry on the struggle for the re-
opening of discussions with the
Ministry of Food. Failing to do so
would further add to the miseries
which the masses in the colonies
suffer,” said Mr. Allder.

It might be made plain, he said,
that as it had been found neces-
sary to stop the Communist bear
from prowling the States of the
Middle East and Asia, by offering
the people economic assistance, it
was just as necessary to do the
same to the peoples of the West
Indies whose allegiance to the
British Crown has prevented so
far the infiltration of the Com-
munist doctrine.

Mr. Miller another member of
the Party said that the fact that
the talks between the sugar dele-
gation of the British West Indies
and the Ministry of Food had not
reached a satisfactory conclusion
was a source of disappointment
and regret. On the other hand he
felt that the British Government,
constituted as it was at present,
would do nothing to hurt the West
Indies, knowing that their
economy was bound up with sugar.

He felt that fate had ill-timed
the arrival of the sugar delegation
in England and they could hardly
expect that a Government facing
a grim election would be prepared
to tell people in England that they
would have to increase the price
of sugar which like matches is an
everv home commodity.

The fact that the British Gov-
ernment was spending so much
money on the colonies on Develop-
ment nd Welfare schemes could
hardly be associated with any
attempt to pay an uneconomic
price for sugar. After the elec-
tions, matters would be speedily
put rivht, he believed.



Invalid Hears Voice
“Rise And Walk!”
—SHE OBEYS

VATICAN CITY, Jan. 18

Thousands of pilgrims had to-
night already gathered in Rome
for the beatification on Sunday by
Pope Pius of Father Vincenzo
Pallotti, who died 100 years aga
to the day, after founding vhe
Society of the Catholic Aposto-
late.

By the time of the ceremony,
the firs’ beatification of tha
Catholic Churches Holy Year,
fome 1,200 pilgrims are expected
to have arrived from ‘Germany,
600 from Switzerland, 750 from
Austria, 50 from Ireland and
England, i6 from the United
States, Canada and Honduras, six
from Australia, five from Brazil,
and six from Uruguay. ;

Thousands more pilgrims are
expected from all parts of Italy.
Among the German pilgrims is
expected to be 50-year-old Frau
Margherita Sannder from the
little Bavarian town of Naburg.
She is regarded as an example of
“one of the most beautiful mira-
cles in the annals of the Catholic

rch,” s
se 17 years bedridden with
a sclerotic complaint and a few
weeks of prayer to Father Pal-
lotti, she heard a voice command -
ing her to “rise and walk.” She
did.—Reuter.



Negligent Driyer
Fined; Appeals

FRANK LAYNE of Fairfield,
Black Rock, was fined £5 to be
paid by monthly instalments of
£1 per month or in default one
month’s imprisonment when he
appeared before His Worship Mr
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for
driving the motor lorry M; 1836
in a manner dangerous to the
public on November 30. His
licence was also to be endorsed

He appealed.

THE



ABOVE is the scene of an accident in Trafalgar Square yesterday

evening between the motor car X-266, owned and driven by Mr.
Colin Goddard, and a bicycle, owned by Messrs. A. E. Taylor and

ridden by Frank Gooding.

The left head-lamp of the car and the frofit wheel of the cycle

were smashed.



Hurricane Warning System
Will Be Improved

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail).

Action on the recommendations of the meeting of meteor-
ological experts held in Barbados in August last is being
hastened in order to implement as many as possible of the
suggestions before the 1950 hurricane season starts.

“Investigator”
Caught 1,300
Flying Fish

THE biggest catch of 1,300
flying fish for the “Investigator”
was made on Tuesday about
north west of the island. Six
dolphins and two small sharks
were also brought in.

Encountering fierce winds on
her return the “Investigator”
stood up well as she forged ahead
in the choppy sea.

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
Officer, told the Advocate that the
“Investigator” is a research boat
and was not made to compete in
the catching of fish with other
fishing boats as is widely believed.
The amount of fish caught is
incidental.



¢

He also said that the usefulness
of the gill net was demonstrated
and recently 135 fish were caught
in one gill net and cleared along-
side of the wharf. There were
many fishermen present.

The Bendix depth recorder
which is yet to be installed on
the “investigator” will te used in
the charting of several fishing
banks around the coasts as well
as for spotting fish.

It will also determine where
they are and how deep and what
the grouping is. It is one of the
most modern instruments used
today. on fishery boats,



—_

The Duties Of
Trees Inspector

THE duty of the Inspector of
Trees is to see, at least once a
year, that certain trees are care-
fully and successfully planted,
cultivated, protected and _ kept
alive and in a growing condition.

This statement is disclosed un-
der Section 7 of the Preservation
of Trees Act, 1907-10. The Section
states that the duties of the In-
spector of Trees is to visit, when
so often as he thinks fit, the lands
set forth in plots, filed with the
Parochial Treasurer of the parish
as under trees, and test the
accuracy of the returns and state-
ments made, and see that the
trees are carefully and success-
fully planted, cultivated, protec-
ted and kept alive and in growing
condition, and report thereon
from time to time as he shall’
consider necessary, but at least
once every year, to the Vestry
appointing him, showing whether
the returns made remain and are
correct, and whether the trees are
carefully and successfully planted,
cultivated, protected and kept
alive and in a growing condition,
according to the intent and mean-
ing of this Act.

Section 8 states that the In-
spectors of Trees should report
to the House of Assembly in
February avery year and also to
the Vestry.

Section 12 states that the
Vestries shall allow and pay to
their Inspector of Trees out of
the funds of the parish, such sum
as they shall think proper, not
exceeding two shillings and two
pence per annum for each acre
of trees such Inspector of Trees
is under this Act required to
inspect and report upon.



italian Government
Charges Paper

MILAN, Jan. 18.
The Italian Gevernment has
preferred charges of “prejudicing
public order” against the Direcvor
and three of the staff of the
Illustrated Weekly “Oggi.”

They will be tried on January
28 for publishing pictures and
an interview with the Sicilian
“King” bandit Salvatore Guiliano.
“Oggi’s” correspondents were
Guiliano’s guests in his mountain
stronghold and came back with
a remarkable series of photo-
graphs.—Reuter,
Death By Misadventure
WOLVERHAMPTON, Jan. 18,

A Wolverhamptong coroner to-
day found that five-year-old
Sammy Poole, discovered dead in
a canal after being missing for 19
days died by drowning from “mis-

adventure.”

The Coroner said it cou'd be as-~
sumed that Sammy left home
iyring Christmas Day and went
fields near
He pre bably crossed
lock gates and in doing hit
head on the side of the lock

“There is not sufficient evidence
he got into the
must be left open

— (Reuter )

to some playing
canal. the

oO his

prove how

water, and tnat

he added

the

Revealing this to the Press yes-
terday, Mr. Lawrence W. Cramer,
Secretary General of the Carib-
bean Commission, under the aus-
pices of which the Barbados
meeting was convened, said that
he had communicated with the
Caribbean territorial governments
on the various recommendations,
and that it was hoped to call an-
other meeting, probably in June

this year, to proceed on their
implementation.
The recommendations, Mr.

Cramer said, had also been re-
viewed by Dr. F. W. Reichelder-
fer, President of Regional Com-
mission IV of the International
Meteorological Organisation, and
his comments on them had been
conveyed to the area governments

Dr. Reichelderfer, referring to
the danger of dissemination of
hurricane warnings by unauthor-
ised persons, had stated that this
is largely a problem for the indi-
vidual governments.

“It is generally understood in
the United States and its ter-
ritories,” Dr. Reichelderfer
wrote, “that the official source
of information regarding hurri-
canes and storms is the Weather
Bureau; and, while the Bureau
encourages the employment of
private meteorologists as ad-
visers and consultants in busi-
ness and industry, the people
have come to rely almost en-
tirely on the official meteoro-
logical service as the authentic
source of all warnings and ad-
vices regarding emergency
weather conditions.”

Dr. Rgichelderfer also express-
ed the opinion that much can be
done in the Eastern Caribbean
area, through the Press and radio,
to acquaint the people with the
official source of hurricane infor-
mation,

Radio At Sea

The meteorologists at Barbados
had also recommended that small
craft and coastal vessels should
carry a suitable radio receiver to
enable reception of broadcast ad-
visories. Larger vessels are re-
quired by the Safety of Life at
Sea Convention to carry radio
equipment, but Dr. Reichelder-
fer agrees that small craft should
be encouraged to do so also. The
matter, he feels, is one of educa-
tion among the owners, and lends
itself admirably to a programme
thajt could be initiated by the
local governments in the area.

A further recommendation that
coastal and harbour radio tele-
phone systems should be consid-
ered as means of contacting small
vessels is, in Dr. Reichelderfer’s
opinion, dependent on _ traffic
density, and a question for the
various port authorities to decide,

Mid-June

The Conference, Mr. Cramer
said, had also discussed the mea-
sures for the protection of life
and property, and had recom-
mended those territorial govern-
ments which have not already
taken such action, to establish a
hurricane relief organisation.

Mr. Cramer also said that he
had been directed to arrange for
holding an annual meeting of the
Directors of the meteorological
offices in the Eastern Caribbean.
The date would be fixed in con-
sultation with Dr. Reichelderfer,
as the meeting would be under
the technical direction and guid-
ance of Regional Commission IV
of the International Meteorologi-
cal Organisation. It was likely
that mid-June would be chosen as

the date of the meeting.

‘Devonshire’
Arrives Feb. 7

With about 250 cadets on board,

including several representing
Dominion Navies, the cruiser
Devonshire (Capt. H. Stokes,

C.B., D.S.C., R.N.,) has left Ply-
mouth for her Spring training
cruise. The ship is to spend near-
ly two months in the West Indies,
during which she will visit Trini-
dad, Barbados, Jamaica and other
islands, and then steam across the
‘Atlantic to Gibraltar before re-
turning to Plymouth on April 3.

Her programme is as follows: —

Trinidad (Point a Pierre) Jan-
uary 26—27.

Grenada January 27—February

Barbados February 7—16,

Trinidad (Port-of-Spain) Feb-
ruary 17—~22

Beef Island Fel 24
March 3

Kingston March 6—14.

Gibraltar March 27-31

Plyn pril 3

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BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

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PARISH
ROUND-UP

St. Michael:
Department,
annual

The Public Works

as part of ther
programme, are now
carrying out general repairs to
Glendairy Prison, The Mental
Hospital, and the Central Live-
stock Station at the Pine.

The Highways & Transport have
Started reconditioning the St.
Barnabas Road. They are also
building roads for the Pine Hous-
ing Scheme and roads for the Bay
Housing Estate.

Christ Church: Preparation
work for the new runway at Sea-
well is being carried out by the
Highways & Transport. At present
they are moving the water main
and cable.

St. James: During the past
week this Parish has experienced
some very high winds. These
winds caused the sea to be rough
and very little fish were caught.
A few flying fish were brought
ashore occasionally. Constant light
showers were also experienced
nearly every day for the past few
days.

The Highways & Transport are
getting ahead with building a new
site in this parish for the rock
crushers. The rock crushers are
expected to be removed from their
present site in Bridgetown.

It is understood that they were
complaints about the dust blowing
about the City when the rock
crushers are in action. The Parish
is also expected to get its road
roller very soon,

St. George: Bulkeley Factory,
it was learnt yesterday, is ex-
pected to start grinding cane about
the second week in February. The
12 or more Estates that supply
this factory with cane all show
promising crops. January rains
have helped the crop very much.
Because of the rains this month
many factories will be able to
start later than had been antici+
pated, ;

Cane Crops at Fair View Plan-
tation caught fire on three occa-
sions this week, once on Monday
and twice on Tuesday, and burnt
92 holes of first crop ripe canes.
The canes are the property of
the trustees of Mr. Gale of the
same plantation.

The first fire occurred about
6.15 p.m. when five holes of canes
were burnt. The other two fires
started about 12.45 p.m. and 1.10
p.m. and burnt 22 and 63 holes
of canes respectively.

St. Philip. The Public Works
Department is carrying out gen-
eral repairs to Ragged Point Light-
house, The Government In-
dustrial Schools are also benefiting
by these repairs.

St. Thomas. The Porey Spring
Bridge, which was badly damaged
by heavy rains is now being re-

paired by the Highways” and
Transport Department, while
tenantry roads at Blunts and

and Arthur Seat are being con-
structed by the Highway Com-
missioners of the Parish.

Houses at Rock Hall, Hillaby
and Welchman Hall, which were
damaged “by flood waters during
the night of August 31 and Sep-
tember 1, are being repaired by
the Churchwarden from Funds
provided by Government.

The January rains have revivec
the canes in this Parish for the
coming crop and the young plants
are making rapid progress.
Peasants and Plantation Owners
alike are all very much surprisec
to see the rapid growth during
this month.

Ridgeway and Welches Planta-
tions show good signs of promising
tomatoe crops.

District “D” Police Station
being generally repaired by
Publie Works Department.

St. Andrew. Throughout
Holiday. Season motor vehicle
owners of this Parish and neigh-
bouring Parishes were making use
of the Rocklyn Service Station at
Belleplaine.

The Service Station began sell-
ing gas on Christmas Eve Day, and
from that it has been patronised
by people from St. Andrew, St.
Peter, St. Lucy and St. Joseph.

During the Holiday Season the
Station even sold gas to vehicles
from St. Michael which were
tourins the country and ran short
of fuel.

The Department of Highways
and Transport are continuing re-
pairs to Cherry Tree Hill and haye
started repairs on Chaulky Mount
Road and Coggins.

They have also started pre-
liminary work on the Lakes Bridge
which leads from Haggatts to the
sea below Chalky Mount, A
civersion was built beside the olc
bridge in order that traffic coulc
still use the road.

This Department expects to
start work on the St. Simons—St
Judes Road.

St. Luey. The Department of
Highways and Transport is ex-
pected to start two more Tenantry
Roads in this parish. One wil!
start at Rock Hall and the other
at Salmons.

is

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“Integrity Of West
Europe Is Vital”

LONDON, Jan. 18.

Lord Viscount Montgomery, per-
manent Military Chairman of the
Western Union Commanders-in-
Chief Committee, said here to-
night that the master plan for
co-operation within the group of
Western democracies “must con-
tain plans for the military
recovery of the nations of Western
Europe.

Those nations must be assured
that the whole group regards the
integrity of Western Europe as
definitely vital for the safety of
Western civilisation, and that the
whole group would, if necessary,
fight to preserve the area intact.”

—(Reuter.)

THERE MUST BE NO
DANGER IN GAMBLING

NICE, Jan. 18
The Nice Casino Owners to-day
filed

against the Mayor of Nice, al-
leging dangers caused by the/
Municipal Open Air Theatre|
alongside the “Promenade Des |
Anglais”. “Our main resources



come from gambling and our cli-
en/ are being lost to open air|
pleasures,” the writ said. |

— (Reuter.) |



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a writ for 10,000,000 rar

St. Mary’s Old Boys
Meet Tonight

MEETING for the first time in|
the New Year, the St. Mary’s Old
Boys’ Association will be present-
ed with the Progress Report
and a Statement of the Financial
Position of the Association at the
3list December, 1949, by the
Provisional Council tonight.

The meeting takes place at the
Old School Room, Mason Hall
Street and it begins at 7.30
o’clock. All Old Scholars are in-
vited and are requested to be
punctual.

Bernhard
Cancels Trip

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail)

Prince Bernhard of the Nether-
lands has cancelled his visit to
Trinidad, planned for February 20.
The Dutch Consulate is silent on
the reason, but the local press
suggests it is partly because of
Trinidad’s masked carnival on
February 21.—B.U.P.



25 Years Ago

(Barbados Advocate, January
19, 1950)

Barbados Team To Play Open-

ing Match With Jamaica
AT A MEETING of the Selection

Committee, comprising Messrs.
H. B.G. Austin M.C.P,, P. A.
Goodman, C. A. Browne, P. H.

Tarilton, G. Challenor, on Satur-
day last, the following gentlemen
were selected to play the opening
match against the Jamaica side:

H. B. G. Austin (Capt.), FL L.
Archer, L. S. Birkett, C. A.
Browne, C. F. Browne, G.

Challenor, R. Challenor, H. F. K,
Greaves, H. C. Griffith, E. L. G.
Hoad, H. W. Ince, K. Mason, and
P. H. Tarilton,

The Barbados Team For
Trinidad

The Selection Committee at the
meeting Saturday last selected
the following gentlemen to re- |‘
present Barbados in the Inter-
colonial Tournament to be played
at Trinidad next month: H. B. G.
Austin (Capt.), L. S. Birkett,
C. A, Browne, C. F. Browne, G.
Challenor, H. F. K, Greaves, H. C.
Griffith, Dr. L. C. Hutson. E. L. G.
Hoad, H. W. Ince, J. M. Kidney,
and K. Mason,



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PUBL NOTICES

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NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER
The 2 bridges in the section of roa

leading trom Boscobel Chapel Hill to the
Week Sun. Bultic are too weak to carry hea.
: $1.00 1.26 bea and are closed to such traffic
«NCEMENTS | c eavy traffic using same do so at their
0 per word } i HOUSES own risk. ”
SALE | TWO LARGE BEDROOMS-—At O-cett By order of the Commissioners.
” ro S| Rey St. on the sea, near Woodside > B. H. CHALLENOR,
} | working persons. 19.1.50—1n Inspector of Highways,
j st Peter
sg) HOUSE—At Worthing Golf Club Ra aera
per 48 » | 2 bedrooms, Apply Andrew Evelyn
3 Golf Club Rd, or Dial 8440, NOTICE
17.1.50—4n.
08 ASHTON-—On Se. We beg to thank our customers for
Church. Fully eeuioes ue past patronage and to advise that we
Sour rooms, Drawi con M8} shall not be receiving any Laundry at
te tine loam vee oe ase and Dining} our establishment after today, as we are
to eee overlooking the sea, closing same on the 3ist. inst. All those
os ” a“ 1.20] 3607 or oart ee Dial} having Laundry there ‘are requested to
Paid » 15.1,50—-5n eall for ame on or before 25th inst.
enna su vu
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4 - y5v | STator and linen at Indramer, Worthing, :
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charge (itonday) Dial 8364. 13.1, 50—t.f.n.
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THANKS

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dear Father EDMUND A. GRA-

Enid, Joseph, John, Inez; Basil
A 19.1.50—In



IN MEMORIAM

y of our dear hus

rer JORN NURSE who wa:

on the 19th of January 1942
assy fades and life departs

I live forever in our hearts.

Nurse's family



19,1.50—1n
D Mott
ory of my Dear Mothe
: LIE SPRINGER who de
January 19th 1945
ae have passed since that sac




dea ir mother was called awa)
any: Sleeping; Resting; at last,
Toils are ended;
are passed;
; She suffered;
tience she bore
PGod called her home;
ffe: more.
lord aetiget (husband); Barry
Bdgar (Sons) Clara; Mirram

5) Grandchildren
19.1.50—In
ing memory of our dear Mother
d-Mother EMILY MORRIS whe
January 19th 1947

and care could death prevent,
days on earth would still be

Goc Himself knew what was best,
her to Eternal Rest

to be remembered by Mr. Clifforu
(01 s. Esteile Morri
Mer-in-law); Miss Gertrude Mor
Emestine Morris, (Grand child
18.A. Mrs. Gwendolyn Fort
) Mrs, Perle Yearwood, Mz
Forte (Grand-Children)
M4 mod (Son-in-law) Miss
Yearwood, Great-Grand
Ph 19.1, 50—-1n

i

Ing memory of DORIS the be-

Wife of CARLTON HOLDER who
d to rest on January ivin iva

Memory of the Just is Blessed

we tnink of you wuasy

wife a loving mother

nory will live with us forever,

. “Shenstone” at 9
‘sm, to-day for the Westbury Ceme-

Stoute,

unde: ed beg through this
vce au those who attended

ds, wreaths or in
Pethiond in our

wement owing to the death



nals
“THE MALL", (Near Waterford Estate)
St. Michael, Pleasant old world property
standing in approx. 2 acres of pleasant
and quite private Srounds flanked by
Sugar cane, 2 reception, 3 bedrooms
large verandah, double Garage, stabling
servants’ quarters, court-yard ete. This
property is offered at a very reasonable
figure making it an attractive renovation
proposition. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agents, Auctioneers & Survey-
ors, Plantations Building,, Phone 4640.
18.1,50—1n

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley
St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
‘arge ballroom, Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-
ing to residential club. For details
Apply to Bradshaw & Company.

4.1.50.—t.f.n

————

Offers in writing are invited for 21,150
square feet of land situate in Sobers
Lane, Bridgetown, and having a frontage
of 118 feet on Sobers Lane and at present
under tenantry.

For further particulars apply to the

Hill.

indersigned,

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.
7.1.50—6n
———
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bed-rooms, two baths,
| electricity, water, on the sea, own pri-
vate bathing beach, 1% acres of Jand,
| “egetable Garden, 8 miles from’ Bridize-
town, in St. James, Enquire Sandyfields,
| Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the pre-

St.

mises, James,

, 17.1.50—2n
————————————
PROPERTY; House and Land, Almond
Grove near Roaches Plantation, St. Lucy
Cam be inspected any day in the wee.
on application to Mr, P. Kell, n,
P & H. Homestead, Paynes Bay, st.
James, 18.







The undersigned will offer for sale a
heir Office No. 17 High Street, Bridge
town, on Friday, 20th day of Januar
1950, at 2 p.m,

the Estate of Emily Florence Jordan,
Deceased, formerly of Gill's Road, in the
Parish of Saint Michael, in this’ Island
who died at Brooklyn, New York City
in the United States of America on th
2nd day of October 1949, are hereby
required to send in particulars of the:
claims duly attested to the Undersignec
C/o Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Go., No. 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on or beforr
the-10 day of March 1950, after whict
date I hall proceed to distribute the
assets of the Estate among the partie
entitled thereto, having regard to the
debts and claims only of which I sha:
then have had notice and that 1 shal
not be liable for assets so distributed t
wny person of whose debt or claim J
shall not have had notice at the time o
such distribution,

AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 3rd day of January, 1950

LINDSAY E. R. GILL,
Qualified Executor of the Wul of
Emily Florence Jordan, deceased

5.1.50—4n.

TAKE NOTICE

“MELLO-KREEM”

That Roberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michae:
Barbados. B.W.I. has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in connection
with “Table Margarine” and will be
entitled to register the same after on:
magnth from the 18th day of January
1950 unless some person shall. in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to m
at my office of opposition of such regis
tration. The trade mark can be see
on application at my office,

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag
19.1,50—31

TAKE NOTICE

“GLOW-SPREAD”



The messuage or Dwelling Hous
called “PARKVILLE” and the lanc That Reberts Manufacturing Co
thereto, containing 1,829 square fee Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michne|
situate at White Park opposite The Bar- | Garbados, B.W.I. has applied for th
bados Foundry, registration of a trade mark in con
Inspection any day except Sunday nection with “Table Margarine’ an
between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 pen will be entitled to register the same

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
5.1.50—8n
—_—————
THE undersigned will offer for Sale at
their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge:
town, on Friday 20th day of January,
1950 at 2 p.m,
The Dwelling House called “ARNE,
avd the land theretd, containing 4,33v

after one month from the 18th day of
January 1950 unless some person shai
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of oppisition of suci
registration. The trade mark can b
seen on application at my office.

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.)
19.1.50—3n



Holder (Husband) Merie, Lucy, Sreeee nent situate at 9th Avenue LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
eky fami “| ‘°P)s) The Dwelling House comprises Gallery, The application of ESTELLE HOPE
a te friend) 19.1.50—1n | Prawing & Dining Rooms, 2 Bedroo:ns, | of Chapel Street, St. Peter the purchaser
; e s ‘ one with Sreemine: rede and Type of Liquor License No. 711 of 1950 evant»
i : 1 ny »| vater in each, last room, Kitch- | ed to Theophilus Hope in respect o e
MAYERS a En be. enette, Toilet and Bath. centre es of the ground floor of a
19th January, 1941. Gas installed; Servant’s room and | three storey wall building at Chureh St
hat death can sever Garage in Yard. St. Peter and to use said License at such
Aguile Inspection any day except Sundays, | described premises,
epee you are. cane, vs between thé hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m Dated this 16th day of January 1956
will, meet to part no, never, cn application on the premises, Dial (Sgd.) COLEMAN GRIFFITH,
eee = ;EORGINA 2115. for E. HOPE, Applicant.
genered by Mrs GEORGI For further particulars and Conditions| To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq.,
(Mother), Robert, He EARS, of Sale, apply to: The Police Magistrate,
cilla Mayers, Mr. « Mrs. u oo COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. District “E”.
a Darnell” Dake gre 11.1.50—9n N.B.—This application will be consi-
‘al ’ 5 5¢ dered at a Licensing Court to be held
1.1,50—In | ““SALISBURY’—Gun Hill, charming | on Monday 30th January 1950 at lt
, country home standing on summit of] o’clock a.m. at Police Courts, District
WADING MEMORY of our dear | Gun Hill giving unrivalled views over | «p",
feed THORPE (Boo) who| the Island, This well-buift modem but (Sgd) SYDNEY H. NURSE,
mon the 19th January, 1943.


























asked us, well we know

iid cry “O spare this blow!"
streaming tears should pray,
“love Boo, let him stay.
God's keeping

St. Irvel, He . Myrtle
(Children) Myrtle Millar, Irene
| rs) Vere Millar (niece) Les-
(Brother-in-Law) Mr. & Mrs.
» Rev L. Clarke (Friends).

‘ 19

SALE







VE

lo (2) Ford 10 Horse Powe:
led in good condition. Dia
18.1,50—4n
1949 Model. Excellent con-

Mileage. Cole & Co., Ltd.,
one 4316,

17.1,50—4n.

One 1934 V-8 Motor Truck
\ ing order and good tyres,
d, St. Philip, E. H, Good-
17,1,50—4n,

For: V8 Truck. 3 tons. 1947,
591,500. Apply K. Chandler,

St. Michael. Phone 342%.
18.1,50—4n
RCLE—3%4 HP. B.S.A, In|
Mon, reasonable price
Dial 8415

om 19, 1.50—2i1
MATOR: 614 cubic ft, English
PEW, 1949 model, 5 years
rice $450.00 no ofters
H. G. Bancroft
18,1.50-—5n

©. with Grill and

wontrel Oven, in excellent

year old $150.00 no offers,
» Seawell Airport. Phone
18.1,50—5n

: Birch

drawing room
(1) Settee (3 seats) (3)
{l) Morris Rocker. All as
ar Cushions, tapestary |
) Dressing Table’ with long
). (1) Chest-of-drawers,
Cabinet (1) three tier:
I Birch table (2) Kitchen
Seen between 4—7 p.m
Perett, Seawell Airport, Phone
2 18.1, 50—5r



Hercules Silver King, on
Pace iM green and in biacy
n Dial 4476

i 13.11.49-—t tar
' \eecensnesione

Sali mules

Apply G. §

Mod” St. James.
19.1.50—In

OUS

Elgin on 40 te |
” ower, 6ft
sents old. $350.00. Contact |
‘ads Goodland, St. ;
19.1,50—I1n

OR LAUNCH. Britis t

throughout

aes, uray Marine Engine
eee apply to E A



buil: |
Fitted
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| partitions.

| 318 and various sizes.

9

mellowed stone residence contains 3 re-
ception, 3 bedrooms, 2 verandahs and
all modern amenities. Garage, stables
and stock pens all in first class order
Carriage-way encircled house. Approx

Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”
19,1,50—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



8 acres DIXON & BLADON, Rea.
Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Plan- The application of Jeffrey N. Nelson of
tations Building, Phone 4640. Jackson, St. Michael for permission to
19.1.50—1n sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and wooden building near Warrens,
Jackson, St. Michael.





WANTED





HELP



Dated this 18th day of January, 1950,
To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.
Signed J. N, NELSON,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A”, on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11

YOUNG LADY for our Office at Three o'clock, a.m

Houses Factory, St. Philip, For. further
particulars apply to the Manager. |
14.1.50—n



WANTED: Young Lady with know-
edge of shorthand and typing for genera:
Office work. Apply in writing to L. J.
Willams, Marketing Co., Ltd., Broad
Street, 15,1.50—7n

YOUNG LADY—With knowledge of

Office Work, Apply in writing, in the
first instance to Smith’ Shipping Service,





E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
19.1.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of William Massett of
Hindsbury Road, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
at a board and shingle shop with shed-
root attached at Hindsbury Road, St
Michael, :

Dated this 18th day of January 1950.

James St. To: 5B. o poker ee cat
50— Police } strate, A
CPA cea anihuaitc tia calle ee eam AES TLLIAM MASSETT.
LADIES with foot Machines for Shirt- ; id oe
making, Cornation Store, 15 Swan N.B.—This application will be one.
Street. 18.1,50—2n | ered at a Licensing Court to be he a



MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO HIRE
CHAIR—An invalid chair for use in
a small house: Apply N. B. Howell, Bay
Street.



19.1,50—2n





Shorthand & Typewriting for Genera

LOST & FOUND





LOST

GLASSES: Coloured Glasses. Bausch
and Lomb—near Marine Hotel, Crane,
or Sam Lords, Reward: Apply Marine
Hotel. ° 19, 1, 50—In

For Sale=Contd









Police Court, District “A’’ on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o’clock

re B, A. MeLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
19,1,50—In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Chesterfield Layne
of Fairfield, Black Rock, St. Michael,
for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Li-
quors, &c. at a board and shingle shop
with shedroof attached at Fairfield, Black
Rock, St. Michael,

Dated this 18th day of January 1950
To: E. A. McLEOD, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Cc, LAYNE,
Applicant

N.B.--This application wiil be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held aty
Police Court, District “A’' on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o'clock



a.m.
ANT POISON: “Magi-kil Jelly” the; °°” BE. A. McLEOD,
original Jelly Ant bait. A dose on the Police Magistrate, Dist, “A
surface kills Ants in the nest. Price 1/8] 99 1 59—1n
tube. Obtainable at KNIGHTS DRUG '
STORES. 19,.1,50—2n



BHAUTIFY your complexion and hands
with Lait Larola A fresh shipment just
received by us, KNIGHTS EY oe

GALVANISED SHEETS—6 ft., 6% ft.,

ft. Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Street
Phone 2696. 6.1.50—t.f.n.
-_——

LADIES BRASSIERES — 84c. & 96c.
oyal Store.



Royal Store. nay 130.

EVERITE ASBESTOS SHEETS for
Screws and washers for same.
Ceilings and
6 feet
Taylor.

roofs.
Everite flat sheets for
4 Inch pipe in 2 to
etc. A. E,
Dial—4100.
13,1.50—6n

lengths. Bends

17, 1.50—13n .
——
BOYS SHIRTS & PYJAMAS,—
Coleridge Street. {



1/16, 1/8, Ya, 5/16,
Auto Tyre Co

»THEL SHEETS:



Trafalgar Street. Dial

10.1.50—t.f.n

fITTINGS—Gaivanised pipe. All sorts
trom % in. to 1% tna Phone
4. Barnes & Co. Lid



GALVANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade
€ft. and &ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
le they last. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd

4684, 4476 13.1, 50—t.f.n

3.12.49—t.f.n. |
}

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Stephen Wrigh
of aes Hill, St. Michael for permis
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
at a board and shingle shop with shed
roof attached at Spooner’s Hill, Si
Michael.

Dated this 17th day of January
To: EL. A ne Rl B

e, . a.

a ae STEPHEN WRIGHT,

Applicant

N.B.—This application wi.l be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be neld at
Police Court, District “A, on Fria Ay
the 27th day of January 1950 at 11 o'clock

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ANEROID BAROMETERS

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

NOTICE

ee

GOVERNMENT



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—



INCOME TAX NOTICE

| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per

annum
| or over,

from every other person whose income is $720.00 per

annum or over and from companies whether incorporate
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any

owners of land or property

during the past year or not.

Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms

me on or before the following

dor unin-
trade or profession, and
whether a taxable income has accrued

respective dates : ‘

1. Returns of persons whose
day of December, 1949, on
1950,

2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not

situate in the island on or before

3. Returns of all other persons, on
uary, 1950,

F. CLAIRMONTE

Commissioner of Inco;

NOTE: Any person failing to make his return within the due

date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and

not less than £2 and Will be prosecuted unless a satis-
factory reason is given.

books were closed on the 31st
or before the 31st day of March,

or before the 31st of Jan-

10.1.50.—19n,

University College of the West Indies.

-_—_——
BARBADOS GOVERNMENT EXHIBITIONS.



They must have been receiving their education in
Barbados for a period of not less than three years immediately pre-
ry, 1950 and be under the age of twenty years on

that date. They must also have passed or be exempt from the
Matriculation examination of the University of London,
If suitable candidates present themselves, the awards will be

made as the result of an examination to be held during the week
beginning 27fh February, 1950.

The value of each exhibition will be $1,080 per annum and in]

addition the Colonial Treasurer, Barbados will pay to the University
College of the West Indies such tuition and examination fees as are
necessary in respect of each exhibitioner. The exhibitions will nor-
mally be tenable for three years in the Faculties of Arts and Natural
Sciences and for six years in the Faculty of Medicine, but as condi-
tions of holding a University College Exhibition, each exhibitioner
will be required:—

(a) to submit to the Director of Education, Barbados, details of
the proposed course of study he or she wishes to undertake
and obtain the approval of the Director to them: and sub-
sequently:—
to enter and commence residence at the Universityy College
of the West Indies as soon as possible, and keep terms
continuously till his or her Exhibition expires; and—
to send a certificate of satisfactory diligence and conduc:
to the Director of Education, Barbados, at the close of
each academic year, signed by the Principal of the Univer-
sity College of the West Indies,

Particulars of the courses now available in the Faculties ot
Arts, Natural Sciences, and Medicine, fees for residence, application
forms for other information may be obtained from ihe Resident
Tutor for Extra-Mural Studies of the University College of the
West Indies, Hythe, Welches, Christ Church, Barbados.

(b)

(c)





Candidates must indicate clearly on the application form that they
wish to apply for a University College Exhibition and must state
the Faculty of which they wish to become members and the subjects
which they propose to offer in the examination. Entries must be
teceived by the Registrar of the University College “of the West
Indies, Mona, Jamaica, British West Indies, before 31st January,

1950, The entry form must be accompanied by:—
(1) a recent certificate of good health,
(2) a birth certificate or other good evidence of age,
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AUCTION SALE

FRIDAY 20th at 1 p.m.
IVY ROAD, near Govern-
ment Hill.

Double roofed board & shin-
gle house with shed, usual
outoffices, enclosed yard,
painted in and out. 16x9x8.
LAND CAN BE RENTED
60c. per month
TERMS CASH,
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.

Furnishing Taste

Such Good Values as you will
find here now in CHINA CAB-
INETS and SIDE-BOARDS in new
or Renewed Mahogany, Burch or
Deal, will make it easy for you to
display your selective taste in your

CHINA CABINETS

Dial 3301

Trafalgar St. Dial 4069

|
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|















| 34 Catholic
Prelates
In Prison

In “Iron Curtain” Countries

VATICAN CITY, Jan, 18.

The Vatican’s Pontifical Year
, Book for 1950 published to-day
| disclosed that 34 top-ranking
Catholic Prelates in “Iron Cur-
tain” countries are-in prison, in
exile, deported, or otherwise pre-
vented from fulfilling their duties.

The first copy of the New Year
Book was handed this morning
to Pope Pius XII. It gave the
number of Archbishops, Bishops,
or Vicars persecuted in each of

the 30th day of June, 1950,| the following eight Eastern Euro-

pean countries: Russia 7, Ru-
mania 12, Lithuania 6, Poland 3,
Yugoslavia 2, Latvia 2, Estonia a
Hungary 1. The Year Book de-

me Tax and Death Duties, } scribed Hungary’s Cardinal Mind-

szenty as “in prison”. It adds
that the apostolic administrator
of the Caucasus in Russia had
been in prison since 1940.
—Reuter.

Six Nations Give
Agreement
Second Reading

GENEVA, Jan. 18.

The Six-Nation Committee of
the Trusteeship Council to-day
approved the second reading of
the draft agreement with Italy
for the administration of former
Italian Somaliland.

Tomorrow morning, the Com-
mittee will hold its last meeting
to prepare the report, which will
accompany the agreement for
final consideration and adoption
by the Trusteeship Council which
begins its sixth session here to-
morrow afternoon. The draft of
the Somaliland Agreement con-
sists of the main agreement of 24
articles, and a 10-article annexed
on constitutional principles.
—Reuter.

No Food, No Water
For 25 Days

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 18.

The Joséph Suarez, with a crew
of eight and 48 passengers, six
children and nine women, left
Las Palmas on October 31 for
Dakar. The ship experienced
heavy weather and reached An-
tigua on January 16.

The captain was unacquainted
with the island and was unable
to make port. He was flying a
distress signal off English Har-
bour and was directed there.
There was no food nor water for
25 days during the voyage to
Dakar.

Three pleasure yachts entered
English Harbour and the Mill
Rees Club probably assisted them
with food. The local Government
supplied food and water to en-

able the ship to proceed on the
19th—By Cable, m

Apparent Failure
Of Sugar Talks

ST. KITTS, Jan, 18.

E. S. Delisle, a prominent mer-
chant, representing the Sugar
Association leaves on Friday for
Trinidad to attend an emergency
meeting of the B.W.1.S.A. in con-
nection with the sugar talks.

There is considerable local
anxiety and disappointment over
the apparent failure to secure an
agreement with the British Gov-
ernment,

The sugar factory has notified
suppliers that it is beginning
operations on the 23rd inst. It
is hoped an agreement between











the S.P.A. and the Labour
Union will be reached before
then, ‘

—Can. Press.

Constitutional Changes
To Be Discussed

ST. KITTS, Jan. 18.

A. C, Evelyn, Member of the
Presidential, Legislative, Execu-
tive and Federal Executive Coun-
cils, leaves by plane to-day for
Antigua to attend a meeting of a
Committee appointed by the Gov-
ernor to make recommendations
about the proposed changes in
the constitution.

Elected Members of the local
Council refused to accept the
nomination to the Committee.

—Can, Press.



IN 4 CHARMING
_ MULTI-COLOURED
WAYS,

36” wide

$1.39

A YD.

at

THANI'S

Pr. Wm, Henry St. Swan St. &
Speightstown







In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT—Aux. Ketch Leander, Sch.
Molly N. Jones, Sch. Manuata, Yacht
Maya, Yawl Stortebecker, Sch, Mary M.
Lewis, Sch. Hazell Scott, Sch. . Frances
W. Smith, Sch, Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Reginald N. Wallace, Sch. Mandalay It.
Sch. Marea Henrietta, Swedish Barque-
tine Sunbeam, Yacht Beegie, Sch. En-
deavour W, M.V. Lady Patricia, S.S.
Copinsay, Ketch Stavenger.

‘ ARRIVALS

R.M.S. Lady Rodney, 4,907 tons net.
Capt. LeBlanc, from St. Vineent; Agents:
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd. Passen-
gers arriving by this vessel were—from
British Guiana—Mr. A. DeCaires, Miss
E. Dowding, Master W. White, Mr. T.
Tuller, Pastor C. Reid, Mr. H. Talbot,

advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships .hrough their
Barbados Coast Station:—

S.S. Port Phillip, M.S. Fort Royal S.S.
Estero, Esso Glasgow, Mormactide, Los-
ada, Matina, City of Bristol, Brazil,
Pacific Star, Haarlem, Elgallo, Sanvel-
ino, Mormac Dove, M.V. Southern States,
Alcoa Pegasus, Stella Polaris, C. G. Thul-
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Mr. David E. Lilienthal, retir- The British Electricity Author-

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Fourth India Test |

Match Ends In Draw

Worrell 83 Not Out
448

Commonwealih

India 386

and
and 84-4
CAWNPORE. Jan. 18.

The fourth unofficial Test between India and the Common-
wealth ended here today in a draw. When stumps were)
drawn, India were 215 runs behind with 6 wickets to fall.|
The Commonwealth team scored 448 and 237 for 3 declared, |

India replying with 386 and 84 for 4.





22 Pakistan
Detains
Empire Boxer

SYDNEY, Jan. 15
Mr. Philip Noel-Baker, Secre-
tary for Commonwealth Relations
is to be asked in New Delhi
assist in obtaining the immediate
release of the Norcnern Rhodesian
Empire Games welterweight box-
er, Landsay King, who is detained
in Karachi
When the team arrived at Ka-
rachi yesterday, King was
tained in the isolation hospital a’

n

the airport because of a fault
his fmmunisation papers.

The papers did not include 3
doctor’s certificate of yellow fever
immunisation. King would not be
allowed to continue his journey
until his quarantine was up

Rigg James, manager of the
Rhodesian team, who arrived here
today on his way to Auckland,

has received advice from Karachi
that Pakistan apparently has no
invention of releasing the Empire |

Games boxer until his nine-day
cuarantine is up on January 23

Mr, James is therefore taking

his fequest to the highest level
and contacting Mr. Noel-Bak«
The Rhodesian team feel King
has been victimised because i
slone in the team held a South
African passport, and they think

that because of this the Pakistan”

cuthorities went out of their way
to be difficult

The Rhodesian team arrived in
Sydney this morning very tred

after an eight-day flight —
days jonger than was scheduic

They fiy the final stage of thei
journey—across the Tasman Sea lg not out
ght, reach- oe



—in a flying boat to

ing Auckland at dawn ‘vomorr T es 4
The Empire Games start in) sinha aiiihe ania a alld |
Auektand, New Zealand, on Sa‘- "ms . |
urday, February 4.—Reuter. ' 4 j |
|

oe ed 4i 6

100 Out Of 100

ae Commonwealth skipper,
* Jock Livingston, declared the sec-
ond innings closed at lunch tod



when the score had been brovet
to 237 for 3 from the overnig!
102 for 2.

Livingston, overnight 50 not out.)
took his score to 81 before being |
bowled by Gaekwad. Frank Wor-)|
rell, the West Indian Test player, |
who had scored 27 not out over-}
night, was still undefeated at the}
declaration with 83 tc his credit.|
and the Australian, Bill Alley}
made 48 not out. |



}
Inagia Bats i

The Commonwealth declaration |
left India with the task of scoring|
ee}



300 runs for victory in the t
hours remaining for play rig
would be at the rate of 100 runs
an hour.

India lost their first 4 wickets
in just over half an hour for 18
runs.

A stolid cautious fifth wicket
partnership between the I ;
skipper, Hazare and H Adhikari,|
who has pulled his side out of |
many a tight corner in previous
engagements against the Com-
monwealth, enabled India to save
the match

At tea time they had taken the
score to 48

Continuing aft
wicket partners é lea
Hazare and Adhikari gained the
draw for





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| Jos

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| all-rounder, took 2 of the 4 ». kets |
| for 7 runs

i he Commonwealth won the
| first Test, and India the third, the

second veiling drawT |

{ —Reuter.

The Score

| COMMONWEALTH tst. INNINGS at

INDIA It INNINGS »»
COMMONWEALTH tad. INNINGS

bw Harare

b Goeky

INDIA tad INNINGS
aq Alie Pope b Lambert
Fitzmaur

: | Modi « Livingston b Pitarmnaurice &
CAPT. ‘Dick’ Jordan scored 4| Hazare not out
possible on Saturday last, at the pean ae out §
Small Bore Rifle Club shoot eames tapes 2
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HPS. Total (for 4 wkts.: oe
100 BOWLING ANALYSIS
Capt. J. R. Jordan ....- 100 O
Mr. M. G. Tucker . ‘ pene s ‘
Li. C. E. Neblett ...-.- 99 | trite _
Mr. W. A. Richardson... B86 | Pree
Mr. T. A, L. Roberts .. 98 | Nome’
. K. S. Yearwood 98 Mer
Major A. S. Warren ; 96 Be St
Mr. P. Chase . ; 95 en



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} Will British football fans get a chance of seeing A!
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To thousands of fans, it’s still a mystery.
For many weeks the newspapers *— Rae br
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Argentine League Champions,
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| te Portsmouth contest, the date
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%  BBS"-* 1 i\NT\RY in ISM ati SSIFIED ADS. .— ^rupir Biassed HoMMr H lean ilhi.iit.Hi /-i-ol Son. %  Rftl II friend-. mmu. IT MAY Mis who %  -ry. 11HI 1*1 11 Koac, .. STOuiidi Mnnkrd by r-t.l ApH Ai.cilon.ei* 4 Surv.y. !" Pbaiatloas Bulldm,.. Pfton, „4 __^ ii 1 10in ,'"'!' %  ', "" !" .=, ,! VT -"""' Hill ,„ !" "^ Plantation houw with ir*. ballroom. Dlnli,* mom hi,.,,.H ."". rejKleotlal dub r„> det.n. M.PI, U B.U.K.. & C m 4.1.80 -i.|.„ THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE •'I HIM WMIII> SEVEN C.OVF.R.\ME.\T XOTHF. BttHk NOTICE rAuin or BT. PITCR i bridge* in th* Mrtton ol to. : iron* Ifctecobcl ch.pei H are to -,ak la ,-„,, h.- By order of the Cori>mis*kw.eT.. %  H CHAljJBTOR, Inspector 0/ 11, %  U.I INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE ,**" %  "•"• our vuatown lb. 011 1-ub1i1hm.nl .(inlod^y, M w, ar* ClO^n* Oi„ oo h „,, ,„„ A „ (fH-< ,,", '-.""Of* lhr* Bt* irqurrtrd to 0111 IBrBM 00 or brlonr 3,'h in.l mi .1 rirm 1 AI Mint 1, I 30-Sn .„UI? !" ,'. W ".'"1 "'* ""'"O '"' B.HI *IIIW (w of lend Ulu.tt In Sober* tenantry. |,,ir further particular! apply to '.ii,.i CARR1NGTON SEALY. COVE SPRING HOUSE A n>i>< I.uTiim 111 w. four bed-roomi. two b, c*cmcily. water, on tha wi awn nta batlunc beach. IV, „! „, ii M I ceiai.1.. Garden. 0 mile, from' BridirrI Jamw. Enquire SandMleW.. •1-60 ur at ii-r pr-~ 17.1.SO— Jn NOTICE 1 Mil 1 Ml. HI M HIROAN lOerMaMli NOT1CX IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihjt a | r jr-ont havinn any deb! or claim ,,.>>r,. th* Krt.i0 f Kmny riorenc* Jordan, Iteoeajh-d. formerly of Gill* Rond in th. ParUb of Saint Michael, .n ihU Ula,.d H*?-.*!? %  '^Brooklyn. New York City in the United Stale, ol America on th ind da* of October ISM „* h er€*.y required to aend in particuUra of in*. claim, dulv .iit-Med to ihe UTdartiaivet C,o Meaarm Cottle. Oatford or CO-. No. IT lllih Street. BridgMown on or be.on th*. 10 day of March IMO. after wh.c? date 1 hall proceed to dlMrlb.ite th. aaacti of the rXate .moiuj the partle emu led thereto, havinf regard to the ...ima oi.lv !.( v. Ihrn have had notice and that I .h.. roi be liable for ...act* *o dUtrlbutrd I ny person of whoa* debt or claim (.hall not have had notice al the lima' %  vich diMribullon. AND all pcraona Indebted to the said icoueated to tattle their account! witnoui delay. Dated thla 3rd day of January. ISM NOTICE IS HF.RBBY GIVEN that Income Tax return, are required from every married man whose income ii $1200.00 per annum or over, from rrdrj other person wtiote income $720.00 per .. f^SLH R unx my •" >>tainM fom the Income Ta !). Lv nu^ !" E ,ST AY F JANL ARY 1B5 . -d "he ,or^ C-tholic ft*. %  „ duly filled in must be delivered to —'-'-" *-*— — respective dates: 34 Catholic Prelates In Prison In 'Iron Curtain 1 Countries VATICAN CITY. J.IK The Vatican's Pontifical Year Boot for 1950 published to-day disclosed that 34 top-ranking Iron Curi me on or before the CoUcwlni '**.." !" unlrtM "* %  in rlon. I" l loucwini exile, deported, or otherwise preReturns of persons whm. hnni,. vr ^!" 1 ,rom '"""In* >•> % %  duties. dav of rwcmt," ,ej. . C '" d on "^ 3I „ Th Bm ""W "' '"' Ncw Y r 1950 n " Uw 31 d "J' ' M"ch, Book wn l ndM ,hl! morninii Returns of person, whose principal pi** of bust I0.I.S0.—ion. F. CLAIRMONTE An, perwn ,.,„„, 0 „„,, hl „ '",* ,ll k h b "' ' • . n e.ceedln, ,:,00 Z University College of the West Indies. BARBADOS GOVERNMENT LINDSAY E. R. GILL. ihlVed Rirrutor of the Wul of Iv riorence Jordan, dac—aad 5.1 50-4H Hi-.-. •-: J.,.. I'llOI-ERTY Houw and I*nd. Almo Grove near Roaches PUntat ; on, Hi Uu Can be inspected jry da, in the , application to Mr P Ke.lir. Homestead. Paynes Bay. IS I.. Jama*. DM VKUrsta-ned will offer for sal* u Office No. IT High Street, lirida, %  hereto, containing; l.fOf square fee -ituate at White Park opposlt* Tha Bar. H.HIOI roundry. Iimpecuon any day except SontUf heiween (ha hours ol 4 p.m. and 8 p .. on application lo the lenam Mr. Boyce •Bar iarti,ulara and condition %  .I Sal*, applyj o:— CXTTTLE, CATTORD At CO. 5.1.80—In (•otiM i Bsra Gl %  ^^ %  hi MI Ii Mi & Mi. !j..meil Mayer. tad tauajif saMf W %  ary, l!M3. L P fcad us. well we know cry "0 sparti ihi %  Mai lUaamifii lean should pray. ,ao lote K..i lei Ood* teepthg Myrtle Dmci.,. Myrtla '., Be, II %  *, It: FOR SALE HIE underaianrd will offer for Sale m t'lelr Offlc* No. IT. High Street. BnJn llIsVliiT FT 1 '' y 20ib **** ' J-nviarv. The Dwelling House called "ARNF. .'d 10 Horse Powt" a_^^_ dM b 1M.60—4n. HELP YOUNG LADY for our Ottlc* at Three .1 I'lllho I., lui''„ .urliculara apply to tha Manager. 14 1 ''I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of DSTEILE HOPE of Chapel Street, St. Peler U %  of laquor I.u-maa No Til < %  ( l30 granted lo Theophllus Hope m respect of Tha 11 ntre portion of the ground floor of a three storey wail building at Church St SI Peter and to use said License i.t -ucK (I'srrlbvd premiss*. Dated (his 18th day of January iBftt, %  Sad COLCMAN OHlrTTTH for E HOPE. Applicant T^ SYDNEY II. NURSE, Eaq., The Police Madlstrulr, DfakftJ N B. Tin I bo considered il LJcensang Court to be held on Monday SHI. January 1*30 al li ... %  MUM i iinun. ill pay lo the University nd examination fees as are lalt ,-xhiDitlons will nprand Natural ut as ...IKIIegtch exl vid,n7,l 0 GO ;rSs 0 ^,e'^"ir de '" nd •""""* •*' >task, from October^T Un,ver..,tv Collee of u don,lcr.Ml„ oho !" 1 B b rj ta,0r *"•"" %  '"" P0no,wh„ are than terTvX 'xh" ?' ul B bail ' '<* • Piod of not la, Barbados foTa' JE? T" "'" """ wivln ,h ""-location in made ., 2 "Loi, 1"* PrMC '" '"<" '" *• .wM, will be The value of ,. ai „ exhibiUon will be $1,080 per ., oddttfca the Colonial Treasurer. Barbado. College of Ihe West Indies such tiuliuu necessary in respect of each .xhil.itioner mallv bo tenable for (hn. >,,., „. .,,, f ,, cultl05 „, hold,n r S 'n V "" S '" hC F C, ,J M lions of holding Unlverstty ColleKe fcthl will lie i-equirod:— (a, to submit to the Director of BfeStlHaB, BUtado mo proposed course of study ho and obtain Ihe approval of the Director to them: and subsequenlly:— lb) to enter and commence residence It the Unl of tho Wont indies as soon as possible, and kosn continuously till his or her Exhibition oxplrssl ind— (c) to send a certificate of satisfactory tlsUfSsnc* and cooduei to the Director of Education, Barbados, a | each academic year, signed by tho Ms .ilegc of tho West Indies. Particulars of the courses now available in Arts, Natural Sciences, and Medicine, f, Ml i mpUcallotl forms for other information may be obtained from Tutor for Kxtr.i-Mur.il Studios of tile West Indies, llvlhe. Welches. Christ Church, llarbados. Candidates must indicate clearly on the application form that they wish lo apply for a University College Exhibition and „„,-• tho Faculty of which they wit! lo become members nd 'he subjects which they propose to offer in the examination ust be received by the Heganrnr of the University College ,f the West Indies, Mona. Jamaica. British West Indies, before 31st January, 1950. The entry form must be accompanied by: (1) a recent certificate of good health. 12) a birth certificate or other good CVKIOIHV (3) %  detailed school record, this Pope Pius XII. It gave the number of Archbishops, Bishops. Iiersecuted in each of the following eight Eastern European countries: Russia 7, Rumania 12. Lithuania 6, Poland 3, Yugoslavia 2, Latvia 2. Estonia I, Hungary 1. The Year Book described Hungary's Cardinal Mlndssenty as "in prison". It adds that the apostolic administrator of the Caucasus In Russia had been in prison since HMO. -4SMSSS Six Nations Give Agreement Second Reading GENEVA. Jan. 18. The Six-Nation Committee f the Trusteeship Council to-iiav approved the second reading of the draft agreement with Italy for the administration of former Italian Somaliland. Tomorrow morning, the Committee will hold 1U last meeting IS Ihe report, which will accompany the agreement for final consideration and adoption by the TriKteeship Council winch begins its sixth session here tomorrow ofternoon. The draft of the Somaliland Agreement consists of the main agreement of 24 arncles. and a 10-artlcle annexed on constitutional prim I -Keoler. No Food. No Water For 25 Days iBarbados Advocate Correspondent i ANTIGUA. Jan. 18. The Joseph SuttrtM, with a crew of t-iKht Had 48 passengers, six children and nine women, left LM I'.ilnnis on October 31 for Dakar. The ship experienced hgttnrj wather and reached An%  January 16. The captain was unacquainted with tbi LsUna and was unable |Q m.iki port. He was Hying ;t diatreas signal off English Harboui Mid was directed there. no food DM during the voyage to D.lk.lT XfaTM plMsfOH. yachts entered rlarbour nnd MM Mm flees Club probably assisted them with food. The local Government supplied food and water to en"2 tn sh'P 'o proceed on the 19th.— B V Cable. • In i arUnle IY.17 IN PORT.-Aug. Ketch Looadar. Sch. Mr. Maya, lawi Stortebeckar. Sch Mary M. Lewis. Sch Hasell Sco. Sch rrsi.ee. 11..ell S.-.„. Boh Marion Belle Wolfe Sch Reainald N V/,i|,„. sch MandaUy II Sen Marea Henrietta, Swedish Barque tmc g nn a jj ga. Yacht Beagie. Sch Endeavour W, M V ldy Patricia. S S Cp.ii.a>. Ketch Slavenger. ABJIIVAl.lt Capt l*Blanr. from St Vincent ; Agents: O-rdlner Austin t, Co Ud Pasaeni!..'.^"U",* by ,hu vc "" wars>-rram BntUh Oularia Mr A DaCalres, Mis. %  Dowdlng. Master W. Whlt, Tuller. Pastoi Read. Mr. II. Talbot. rtr. Talbos. Dr. C Clarke. Mr W J Eta. Mis* E. Atklnn. Wing i. A EggleeAald. Mr. E. rrance* Waiter rYom TruUdad-Mlta v Mlas M. Maude. Mrs. M Year wood, U .-..Mr T MofffMI f. Mi. M. r Oordon. Mr T NIcol. Mm Ntcol. Major iWakeham. Mr, A. Prampton, Mr. W Mr R. I!tit llr.nn. from lOrifr. %  I' IN TOUCH WITH BAUUADOS COAST STATION ..!.. Mlso! :.id Rodnev, .hrough then Alcoa with tha following Barbados Coast Station 803. Port Phillip. MS Fort Hoy.l 8 8. Lucre. Esau Cilasaow. Morn vac udr Losada Molina. City of Rri.t.1, liraill. Pacific SUr. Haarlem. Elg.im. Sanvelino. Mormac Dove. M.V. Southern MMgg, Alcoa Poaaaus. stalla Polaris. C ; TI,... in. Vlnstra. Nrlme. 1'iuguay. RMS l*dy Mori Rgsjanl Le-rom British Omana: Mlaa W Drawer. Mr James Campbell. Mr| WANTED; Young Lady with kDO-e the onginal Jelly Ant ball A dose on tha %  tarlaca kill. Anta In Iha nool ii-"%  Man .... ..! KMOIITS l/r(l %  lS.l.M^Jn rMbvirnrr a.,U iKffgdsl aith Lalt Larola A flesh shipmenl ju-t i} uo. KNIGHTS I/in SP.1JM. Ml GALVANISED SHXETS-g ft.. BS I ft Apply. Auto Tyre. Tr*'"'*"' stran ...... Hi ft.l.SO—l.f n PYJAMAS,— The IT 1 .SOISn SHIRT !" Wholesale and Retail. Factory price. Roy.. Store. T ^.^ l.VEMITE ASBErrOS SHEETS for roots. Screws and washers for same Everlte flat -heels lor Cetllnga and partnions 4 Inch pipe in 2 to • roe* langths Bends etc A K. Taylor. Colacidg* Street. Dial—41M. IS I - ArOU. SIIEBTB: I 1. I >-. sVM. IS and various alie* Auto Tyra Co Pralalgar Street Dial MM It.l SS—tf.n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of JcJTi.y N. Nelson of Jackson. St. Michael fnr permlsaiun lo II Spirit*. Malt Uduors, Ate at a wall and MI -ode ii building near Warrens, ickson. St. Michael. :-th .ia> of January, ISM. • the Police Maai-tt.i > Signed J. N. NELSON. Applicant ipplication will In 'on.id ered at a ijcensina Couit to be held at I• Court, Dl-trm "A", on Monday tha Mth day of January ISM at II o'clock, am | I McLEOD, PdlaM Mi.u.-ii.iir. DM A IS. 1 50-In. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THB application of William Maseru oi Hindnbury Hoad. St Michael, for permission to sail Spirits, Malt Uquots. arc at a board and >hingk* shop with shedroof attached at Hmdabury Road, St %  Dated this 10th day of January ISM T<> I A MtlJaol). Eaq Itilice Manslrntr. Out WILLIAM .dASRETT. N B This WSUH %  ered at a Lioanslng Court to be held nt Police Couil. Diilricl "A" the 30th day of January ISM .it II o'clock LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THX appllraltox of Chesterfield Lay Ol Pairfield. Buck Ko.k. St for pennissioii to sail Spuils. Malt Liquors, arc at a board and eMltgll ttachad at r.iifleld lllnck %  r>-t..i thi< isth da> ol Jot To E A MrlXOD. Eaq M.-Uttstrale. Out. 'A'. C LaVYHB, Applicant H II Tin* application wnl be cons id •red at a Lira % % %  <.< .d % %  Police Court, District A on Monda.V the JOth day of January ISM Police M.,gi.:i Apparent Failure Of Sugar Talks ST KITTS, Jan. 18. %  I'MHiiinenl iner• presenting Ihe Sugar Association leaves on Friday for Trinidad to attend an i %  uetiiii; ol me H W.I.S.A. in connection with the sugar talks. Il considerable local id disappointment over the apparent failure to %  i;i'< tmiit with the Kritish Government. %  gar factorv lias notified suppliers that it is beginning operations on the 23rd init. It is hoped an agreement between the SPA and Ihe Labour Union will be reached before then. Press. Constitutional Changes To Be Discussed ST. KITTS, Jan. 18. A. C Kvclyn, Member of the ii. legislative. Executive and Federal Executive Council!, leaves by plane to-day for Antigua to attend a meeting of a Committee appointed by the Governor to make recommendations about the proposed rhanges in 'he constitution. Kle.te-1 Members of the local Council refused to a. nomination to the Committee. — Cm. Prena LIQUOR TI(E LICENSE NOTICE %  Mam ol Htephei Of Stpooner el for pctmi. •son to sell Seartta. Malt Liqiu-i >. aic at a board and shingle shop with ihrd roof attached at Spoon.!*H1H. M Michael Dated this ITth day of January KM To I A McIJpoD. Eaq Polica Magistrate. Dl-l STEPHEN V\Mlt;ilT A in, it...; N B —This application wt.l be considered at a Licensing Court lo be i.rld at POIkre Court. Ih.ui.t A on Proa, the Rlk dss] M JagsasWI UN •>< it,II ano . . . .\DVKHIISt. A n ,ii,-h ili-sult*. atn DKI m PriTIMOaV-qnlegalMt Torn S li> to IS n v Sam*. tO IS ptpa All earn %  MnT IfTI %  d •. shaoU. from MM and UN lhaj las) A BAHMK A '3 1 -dn( DU1 41M, 44M. B.I Bo-t I n Wants To Meet Stalin f NEW YORK, Jan 18 Mr Davm B LUMotl IDJJ chairnuin MI thgj OnitsMl SUtd. At.mi.Fin i iv Commission, waa reporiod ID UM I i as having tittered to n (dial Stalin in UOMOW to settle %  iiu-ii-iues batWMMl Htissia and he United States over control m atomic bombs.—Reuler. Lunatics Escape NAPLES. Jan. 18. Police were today ionibmK the i ( A\itsa, near Naples, for three dangerous lunatics who escaped from a local asylum during the night The lunatics sawed UarOUfh the bars %  "• "•*•" O. Goodnrk. Mabr, H Bir-i Akm.... M.', i. . •< n %  M." M 1.-.--.-. %  K i tg, Ml i imad, Mr, it 'GtMnsM, Mrs M t.omev Miss N EdghlU, Mlsx Mr li t' W.toom. tfi j 3 ,„ ri %  mith. Mr T. nrathwaltO. DEI'AltTl'REK Bv II W I A I. 1'in.dad Mr Oeorge Wlbmn, Mf R Haymond Witter. Mi Arthur Ward. Ms. AverU Mis. Beulah Haynes. Mksa llayiiev Mr. Kich.ud llooJdOT, Mi IAMB. Fishar. Mrs I : MTs Doi B a g*Ia n Mt i yiii Mr Frank Knowllon. Mr.. Dorlg Corbie. Mi. Holier! Phillips, Electro Authorih Gets Heavy Surplus LONDON, Jan. 18 icitv Authority, winih orjntreda on bggti the State all pubtk the country, endtd II with .1 lupin, ol E4,391,084. Th.[unlit. fJlKlOMs. KCOUBU fnr the >. •., i contrasts with delicils in nllsed railways, coal mining and il !raii>i"irt uhieh ..ie .•X[r.l -tr,| to be emphasised In ai propaganda for the (ienernl Election. The Electricity Auihorit\. today's report stated, has a pel r of 13,200,000 cust (two million more the war), it %  %  %  than evei U-fore. ui nd elimijcd down a rope ma Co Ltd.. Agant.. HAUBAlHts. Tho M.V. DAERW< %  Mtfjl Cargo .M,| I'.,...,,,.,. ;„, . Lucia, St. Vincent. Ci iba, Hailinu Saturd Th* Sch ElMDLAViU I •ecept Cargo and Pas.r, i Hailing Thursd January 1M0. V i7>tr. PLAID TAFETTA IN 4 CHARMING MULTI-COLOURED WAYS. ANEROID BAROMETERS HOIII It I S aV Is ial :i.f)l MI Mill.,l ND CANADIAN HLatVICR ALCOA PLANTER'' AUOA PATRIUT Sailing every t Sails Afli.ro Mains. nssrfcadai th January lath ..ary 3rd. week.. S S. DYPJOKD saih s>. YORK KUVMIg Irom New York ilui. arrive* In .... W ORirANH -inn: B S ALCOA ItOAMEJt sails from New Or lean i ISth January. %  18. ALCOA RUNMBR sail. frop. New Orle-iu ^ %  •th January. 30th Decantbar, arrives 14th January, arriving Apply: DA COSTA a. CO.. LTD. Canadian Service ROBEIlT THOM LTD. New York and Gulf Service IT IS GOOD VALUE!! SII.MYRA ( Kl.l'l. Ill I MIM ill Hliilr Hold. I'lnk and lllur at $1.35 prr >d. m N. RAVON In WHIU-. OatS, OrSSl Brown at 9r, per ,d. SPUN LINEN In Whllr. (ir„, OaU j, Rmr ., , ,, wr yi Crrasc Kmlilliu and Shrunk In Time for the New Year! 11KSK IIIAItll v 1-LAIIIiM M I'KNN; I'l.M ||. ,|;-|S; I KAHroiD'K ASSOMTllD SHEET BISCUITS: GENTS TRAY PURSES and WALLETS: LADIES' PURSES COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY DM Phases : 201 — 4M1 — NIOMT 11-11 I? '''''''•'-'•'-'-'•••'-'-'-'•••-.-.'.-.-.'.-.'.'.-.-.-,•.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-,-.-,-, :: %  .-. %  .'. %  %  FOR SALE The undersicned will nffer For Sale al their Office, No. If, X nigh street, llndgelown, on Friday, 27!h day of January, 1950. S Jt I lllll. The Dwelling House called "CARLDIEM" and the land then-to containing 10.770 square foet, situate on the :iea Coast of St. Lowrenco Gap, Chrl Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hut.'e, Uralton,'' Maxwells Coast. Dial 8SS7. For further particulars and con lltions of Sale, aply to :•COTTLE. CATFOFD & CO 11.1.50.—15ir. W,W^/W/AWAftS> MSSOSCfiSOSO .-.<.::::'.'S.:',:vsr>



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r \r.r six JHF. BARBADOS ADVOCATT THfKSDAY. JAM1ARY 1. I(M QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME PROTECTION It has come to our notice that a few people are under the impression that ordinary un-refined netrolc:: :n drug stores in boxes or paptr parcels is the genuine 'Vaseline' Petroleum Jelly. For your protection, we. the Chesebrough Manufacturing Co. (owners of the registered trade mark 'Vaseline'), would like it to be known that genuine 'Vaseline' Petroleum Jelly is sold in Barbados only in pot3, tubes and tins each bearing the trade mark 'Vast-line.' and that any other type of box or paper wrapping docs not contain genuine 'Vaseline' Petroleum Jelly. For your all-round protection (cut?, burns, bruises, scalds, skin irritations, sunburn, work-sore hands, baby's rash, etc. etc.) don't just ask for Vaseline — ask for 'Vaseline' Petroleum Jelly and see that the pot, tube or tin is marked: CHESEBROUGH MANUFACTURING CO. CONS D Diihiburon: T. Giddt-. Groj.l Lid. THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES 1Ut IKAHTOM UlOCt iMOtM rut /mf i Of THt flQATf* UAHAHt I CHILDREN'S BOOKS THE'.11 by Rutx-u Louis Stevenson RETOLD IN 400 PICTURES by Peter J• NANCY AT ST BRIDES by D. F. Bruce JULIET OVERSEAS by Clare Mallory PINNY DREADFUL by A Stephen Trine THE MYSTERY Of THE PANTOMIME loo • IN COUNTY DOWN by THE STORY OF PETER PAN Retold by Daniel O'Connor THI V.F.STOW TALISMAN bv Pi %  MI MAIN bv Captain w. B. Johns CS AFLOAT by John D. %  =T ADVOCATE STATiOXER\ To promo* Itjty •"••toy grot* Every modern davlosbftaii to science II It thsj nmea w hljhly qualified dMMait. check each batch of AJha. burys Foods. This uocdM control and care anaaaaidaj vital protean, fata, cviata. drata and ml m rnj m, present In fixed rniiifj correctly balanced tt eaa baby's jrowlnf MSMJ, POODS r % '.o'.'iox L_ ZEEST J&R BREAD is an excellent body-build* for j SCHOOL CHILDREN



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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JANIWRY I_ ft CcUtib gulling ..':ir holiday in Holder : 'older left for : umin -enid* Barnegat,' Annual Art Exhibition O Barbados Arts and t. holdln : I xhibition at Queen". Park Hous*It will be 23rd peninfl Monday l, ihe Exhibition A ill tasjan 4 pm. to 8 p.m. Subrri 10 a.m. lo 6 pm. wish to exhibit arp asked to submit their work miarj 20th between 10 am and 2 pm.. Wurman Hit bel pm. serial feature itfan will b. • Industrial n Among the classes of %  :Uted are drawy y. tieir kid. you do r^jht lo report any I ~ happeni to be Ihe Introducing Th*"Bote" T HE Barbados Water Polo Tcjm. with th* exception oi <* of it* members h* .-ni home. They hring with '•mi stories of a mart wonderful oBbd*y. One member of the lean, .uia me that if the Barbados Team was able to teach the Trirudadlans a few things about Water Polo, the Trinidadians had cer;a.nly Uught them how to entertain. Besides memories of an unforgettable six days spent In the Land i f the Humming Bird, the nlneram Barbados Team has brought tack with them "the Bote." pronounced Bo-te, a new dance, which is all the rage in Trinidad, r.nd they plan to introduce it to Barbados So. the next time you gO dancing and there are nine i ouples doing a queer new dance siep. it will be the Water Polo leam showing the girls how to dance the Bote Women's WoirlcJ Children's Comer She goes to bed at 8 p.m. Don't He This^L rt ,.V ld Jfg^ggg?^ Fashion faults in women I men : "> !" Z [lorn; list, rut these seem to DO the rlrst half-doien offender!: '(it Wearing a flamboyant : •tier, a. an eccentric hat, too often. |:) I*ivml gloves .n restaurants and cinemas. 13) PresenUng a crumple J, impressed, unbrushed appearance. (4) Anything overdressed which makes other people smile. (5) Straggly na "" which doesn t shine. and too obvious make-up. (61 Shabby shoes and twlateo stocking seams. Shi aaagaag aodei covet Rupert viidM* the. jtrangci go tight awi. then ne moves gtskjldl through the bastiei unnl hi BCli the ear.v.n. TSLI :;mf ne gU %  ihock. lor the ide windo* which had been >l -•cure he hji oeen searching to Why. u. Bepoo." H, "Hi. Beppo. ,., ,!!• know me. don'i you? Qyj, •urptiie Beppc dincei ,bo_* "do.: "'rnfe' 0 1 %  %  %  r.ow open, ir.d holding him s.tk." 'hint? !" ?*"! uh..rch,, ";.;•on the im: one. .1 Had A Wonderful Time W HILE in Trinidad, the Walet Polo Team visited Manzanila which is one of the most popular beaches in that island. They were Barbados. History M OST of the History Barbados will be covered tj two course* of Mr. F. Shilstone and Mr H A. Vaughan unable to see Maracas however, as .it Brood Hum Department lae roa d to that beach was imlocal of the University College of the passable, floods due to the heavy • 1 as wean Indies. Mr. Shilstone s rainfall which was experiences TIM conditions of course covers the story of the during the first two days of then a 'lose ,,und to the Restoration in lecK CUT| ni( i caused landslides along %  .i the settlement which followed the road. Mr. Vaughan s course which begins JJ,^ ,1^ visited the Country 1,0 ub on mday. January 20th., a, rlub and Pceverance Club and 4 p m on wskeheld covers the History I f lh „ v tn, t inc. orchestra, there m l0 Barbados from i:4—1902. His 'rtgiuiolv P> Saturday, Janfl „, i„ Iurc consider, the angles Qn Sundav a .,„ the Aquatic 1 9portJ some'of them toured the ""V historians — Poyer. Schomburgk 2^ erlcan £„, ,t chaguaramas. llatlow-have.pprcached the , h( othcrs n^med at the '""Tii.* ^ ;; *••*< c,ub *-** " Bole „ ... and considers their t n Caribbean Tour Harbados. It is hoped M Lawea, Assistant that further courses on thf peri -d ..tons Manager. Interfrom 1660-1794 may complete %  4 >tory when the present courses nday morning are concluJed. B W I.A. on md is staying at lit of the %  and enjoyini themselves. I m Saw "'Blue Batin" O N Tuesday morning, a few of them visited Blue Basin." one of Trinidad's most picturesque 5pots. where a small waterfall tumbles into a pool, or basin. The P ICTURED nere :s Frencn film actre.-s Maria l|auban. She is 25. has chestnut hair. large green eyes, long bfaek lashes. She is mak:r.j BritM ~.r.-P .'.' %  .>:•. R-. ".-I which Egypt's voluptuous star Camelia also appears. Mile. Maria has little UBM for gadding about to get up so gas o'clock." she says sadly. t begin work at 8.30. rarely get back before seven. So I go to bed at the Dorchester just after *• I But she has been to one club. Why so UUe light ? she asks. "You can't see who is there or what the women art wearing." Her eyes twinkle v.vaclously when she discusses Englishmen. "They are so charming." a. "and very e.egant —much better dressed than Ben." From the windows of her JUt in Paris. Maria can ee Ttfotre Dame. In summer she aunoathe* on the N nobody can see me." she etpla;ris. Er;c Portman is in the film. a nice boy." says ilthoufh *he does no: m says of! the set. But his face is so : laugh all the MOM.' She has a figure that latten a frock: height : weight 8st. 41b.: n.. bust 34. h:ps ^4. or d.et.'' says Maria. n London I sorely mm iaaka.'* Of (onrsr Wr L" Thrss •We all love our children, of course we do, though up to five they nearly drive us craiy and after that they grow bewlldermKly into something so different from our Imaginings of them that we ask ourselves amazed where this new personality came from. We all think the world o! out husbands, of course w. though they also are incalculable and irritating and about six personalities removed from the young man we used to think was the one being in all the world we needed to make us > • I happy for the rest our lives I Disna Purcell in a BBC I broadcast. AQI'ATir CXI B < l\F>I.\ (Momb. TONIGHT at 8 30 PHILIP DORN HELMUT DANTINF, In . "ESCAPE IN THE DESERT' •nth JEAN SULLIVAN ALAN HALE A Warner Bros. Picture Commrnrlnr Friday jsaj WANDA HENDRIX a. CLAUDF. FtArE MACOO.NALO CARnpl •SONG OF aCRIEMnrl A Paramount Pirtare Cta—ttaral W water in it Is very cold, and the rocks, banana trees and other | which surround th<; rocks, vefi'talion. It's Mafic i odbti,' d ba^in appear to have a blue hue at. several amateur whon tnc sun lrik e, them. TV %  : vmg nut I ;>ean seaand the o.,v.'h,maphone conjurers have been asking him ^ % ^ n i 5 surr ounded by hill. if he would organise a club where lhr(k)1 ^^ anfl wa tcr from the i^iasts could Icam about _. trlcklc down small rapids knows of quite a few : rlyer s,. vcr a| tourtrll 0 are interested in it ^ d h Caroma which ""bSntrj Ht^rSnt ta Trinidad w more. Do you want t.i also at the Basin and they ^tween" 6anS were enamoured with this beauti., —i.. a 3I "* an.vaimeDe.wwn o ana %.,>,„v^lnret. i coin? to Pakistan and %  ar, he was a Wing Royal Air Faroe and ntvi KiasMam and U "•> % %  the extenr"utes. 7 %  pmHrwli.ll-T.rrSlifS; Ml spot % %  :iK. and who knows, you uake ihf wife's housokcep n(t money disappear beforo she has time to spec. % %  Get Well Quickly T in: n n %  ." it. Comings and Goings M R. Peter Lacy, rattan Trinidad b> BWI.A. Dr. C. Belfield Clai. yesterday by the Lady R.dnr. Hi was here two weeks ago M nany friends mlh (PetI Sealy will be sorry lo hear that she is at present 7" ^:J~ hc Radaey called Touritll Will Come patient at the General HospttaJ. JJJ Soaa ,_ Bu D r Clark. • ,ihes her a speedy recov.I^-^^I 10 make the round trip, to look uo I .. ..da in the ot.v After an absence of !' veats from Barbados M for a long holiday with his family. Wing Commander L A I L. cUr Design. d W.I. College T IIK nivc mmffi"*' ha*-appointed Graham Dawt, who de' "' oI neiTr* Dheetor" General the West Indies, to design Brit-.: ,. lurne d yesterday from li'vUion London. BrlttfB Guiana by %  gdkMI i %  %  You Muit See It I F YOI •;e your %  %  have a glassy look Mr Dn.il.y WardM 4 iha Demacai i l.ife Assurance, r> the U-> Iftsw I terday afi:..nd. ^ Mr. T. Nlcol. Educa'.i I t also taking adand throw thenx ", oi W-keham. lii-nioii..l Inform•M! gay abandoi. -JUMP-UP thair uwo Ofl %  • V r \ lad war cry and the orcheitra turns Frampton. Agricultural Adviser or You must see (DA W returned, from St rtft Calypso a la Trinidad.'before you Vincent y.sterday Dy me *. %  say you can dance it"' Kodne>. \i fii*. ftiree* tbsssni 00 tune I. U it wise to inc.ua* inu m s-utflns? i*i !C Hndwir. (5i i, You won't aet a this or jour oi>r lor %  asr or two. %  wi: sti not Horn. %  : lUOt) rtsfl til If. %  -tie on* %  her tnla t&t liternor>n • %  %  i it (.awiiea as, isi %  0 %  -' %  %  %  .d'aveir. toimorrow \croat '41 Hip rlfwr* I 1 Is T A Cold Cure? THE common cold is %  and annoying disease. Small %  t every doctor would tMng to be able to tell his patients how to CUi That is why the authoritative in the Lancet to ban. -une" druv*s from general sale Is important. do these drugs "cure" colds? In America, reports %  0 large scale properly .-ontrolled experiments have been mada But workers at the Havard Cold Unit on Salisbury Ptfjn, h.ich deals with tt;i %  them for this being a "cur. claim has been made that the substance kills the cold virus. The explanation may be quite tfmpLm The smarting eyes and running nose which heralds I coUi are due tu an allergic reaction of Uic delicate mucous membrane ;rus. Just as In hayfever the reaction is to a pollen This reaction to thf %  ir germs to attack ar,d get a hold on the affected cells throat and change secretion that follows I *, 48 hours. But if the secretion can be i stopped and the soil for the %  do less suitable, then cold. This the "aini-histamine" drugs do. And because they act ina hours it looh ntnclt cure. Yet all that happens Is that running nose and smarting eyes disappear and at the M the body is dealing with the virus (which it does in 72 hours while It is far harder Working Fur The Future I STILL HAVE to remind -vself occasionally that the res„lti of what I try to do will be felt bv those as yet unborn. They will never know 1 existed but that does not matter.. If 1 do my job faithfully I shall be able to ,.,,v with the great Roman poet Tht I built a monument iarlnii than brass, a heritage of people with rather more foundation in their lives and loves than those c.f us who labour here today.'" John Newsom. Director of Eduni'.ion lor Hertfordshire, talking about his job in a BBC programme. GLOBE THF.URF. I <>MI\CIDS M'S tat LAST SHOHINr. TO-DAY 5 8.30 p.m. DAVID N1VEN .mil PATRICIA NEALE in THF WAY AHEAD (Love Drama I STARTING TO-MORROW at .1 .1 X.30 and rontlnMaP LUST i- i.os.it (GLENN FORD and IDA LUPINOl All lickels For KKIDAY TALENT SHOW Sold Oal ~ for other bacteria to gain any hold. But success depentls .'inirci> on the relative virulence of ina vlius and other germs cumiiared with the reaction "I the bocly to the "anu-histamme drug That is why these drugs dont work in all r And the fact that they have unpleasant and even dangerous side effects if taken in too large doses makes strict control adviv.hlcv ROYAL THEATRE STARTING FRI. & CONTINUING ;BY PUBLIC DEMJ "Dear, it's time you knew about \\\ THE WAY by Beachcomber ,',:;:',:• :::::i'r. %  I 1 ... '! Justice "A, f aa %  • •' %  HMitlOH. had rassBStrswa with a stay of re%  %  %  %  ng. threw %  pto-C'on.". %  sorter at lha Kleenall Annexe 'Ask Stalm'" Mra RumpiM ru tmtte Wilh The I niptio' I I 'Mo rsfta; -She flxei Burne-Zonei u-ir'i 'uf AM SdifS uuirl Vr orrtblc smilf "Oh boys, demon drink Is the An' a man that 11 ii.ill at no pride: hfoffisf I thought you Then up ;umped Jf 0 uetHl *JT "• SO ink. >r away u-it'i U.S. An' lei's 'are no more of Vr /usi. (.ellint: Somewhere T HE humDie bicycle 1 |o lag behind more luxurious forms of transport 1 read that it centrally heated If Hull Lami is a success we may expect toy refrigerators for cMlduteri. and peu<>1-diiv.-n roller skates. Not to im-mum M*J0I to llHMl%  %  sjroatUod whsjulbutgowt wl|h a radio under the h.indles. MARINE HOTEL DANCE their 1 1 suffering due to ; %  DR. CHASES PARADOL _w Outclt Pefie^ from Poin ^^ YOUNG Prince Ma S S] .... .!'-.; I ttUasslMI Opiiiini; KHIDAV M)tb US tk S.IIU p.m. Anil Oter The Week-end GLOBE LADIES! Begin I Hail Ihe Right Way .... THAT IS THE DOROTHY GRAY 1 'AY. WE have a complete stock of Dorothy Gray PreFJj* tions. Drop in and let us explain their uses andlKf you with your Cosmetic problems. IMPORTANT I _._ N.iiiiiil.i' .\iitlil. 1.111 u.11 > '• I si PERCY GREEN 8. HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-Sl.OO I *'MVA.V.V.W.V.V.'.V.VAW/.'A'//A'/AVAW/,V/.> FOR MEN A NEW DELIVERY IN TANS AND BLACK 6.44 %m 7.051 AT I V \\S and Will I llll IS UHmt\l.l H1MHS A SPECIAL OFFER at S.M and 5.00 A PAIR MOIH ICMM YOIU ISA I II BASINS—White Green. Pink TILES—White and Green lilt TRIC Al TOM VTIC WATER HEATERS—j. 8 and 15 Galluns IIU.ll AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SI ITES YOKKSIIIKI COm ii PIPE

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KIN G GEORGE VI will summon his Privy Coun-
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mations—one cancelling the re-
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R * iti ee en acai iin fi | festo today, was the chief eclec-
> next and most } .
eco 1 10n | of the country’s recovery e| { ee eae tee oe ae? 5 4 ader, I
hiiad Finland has decided to keep her The Conservative leader, Mr,
Times declared. : | 79-year-old Liberal President, Dr Winston Churchill, and his elee-
—Acheson | ae : “y ae Manchester Guard-| suko Paasikivi, for another six] tion generals meeting again to
| area 1e mani a 4 | year | streamline their election cam-
WASHINGTON, Jan. markably evasive” docun d| ji About 65 per cent of the 2,400,- paign, were reported “unshak-
Mr. Dean Acheson, United i . oo some of the critic oO aL aa Awe eae: 000 electorate braved the Aretic} en” by the Labour programme
retary of State, said The Times by devlaring that “th \TES ATTENDING the last session of the Customs Union Conference photographed at the Mari ) ve ay af aoe cold, ubtoh has been sweeping The Conservative manifesto will
tes programme even cont ‘ ae I Tarine Hotel yesterday after sign ug | * ,
Presr Conference today oes ‘ contrives to sa report. A release for publication is expected later this week. Finland, to vote in the two da) be ready next week.
United States could not con-| 20thing whatever of American Left to Right: E. V. D. G i : Rresidental . sigetions: ending: lov
ice secognition.af the Peking Aid, past, present, or future.” - mM - : ELV. ; ». Gouiding, E. A. Thompson, S. Bloom berg, M. Greenhill, J. C. Fletcher, O.B.E., T. D., L, Spence, D. Walwyr night. They elected a 300-mem- Prediction
mment so long as its Con- Lord Besvermrowit's Imperialist} * » Masson, L. Cools-Lartigue, A. D. Boyd, V. Archer, A, C. H. Naynes, W. O, Peters, C. ¥. Carstairs, E. J. Petrie, Professor C. G. ber College, which in its. turn
‘ 2g te Daily Express, after sharply crit Beasley, Mr. B. Rolfe, tT. Shill, J. Gallagher and J, MeLagan formally elects the President Conservatives predict that La-
representatives in China ar¢
treated | cising the document, said that it vib Pooling officials wor k in g| bour, if returned, is likely to ex-
R p ened the door for a “realistic yn ‘ ‘ t , > , ¢ this | te » scope nationalisavior
We said that it would Sena ped ime aatnailen? cal amme io ’ . a wrong va mee haa by cain a aaualieig ree ee penny aoe a
from the behaviour of the Peking} the oppositior in 2 ACHTL: a . - B Hond the four ee ohne Yes a . ne Y ‘yg ; sto
vernment, including the seizure position. a, tow & oa Tl e ay Os © WUPAS | the tour parties votes for the | dustries named in the manifesto,
GO —Reuter | extreme , de, Te sae . ay c leaves a Gove
of Consular property, that thes Fi B ps viek me pom People s Democr tic Tonle Eee ara nares See Sea!
eee be recognised by | or ar a Os | ‘ as ts£250 000 ist c uY ‘i tate ‘the ‘aha . nee a to natior Diag \ hat : like
§ ‘andidate, the other Agrarian ee 18 >» whe It likes,
e United States.—Reuter. Barbados Lose » 7 ‘ 9 P ‘ . } j : vn :
: t ‘arty with its own candidate, «on Nearly all Labour leaders are
. | A * e ° e ee an ‘aq # art} ate, 1
Said pein mance | Z | Z gainst B. G. To B ild R d 291,315 votes. said to believe they will return
| | B Sin le Goal ‘ sITMTe “ , . s u oa LS ' Only figures still to come in|to power, possibly with a loss of
elecom | e - sados Cr anietition ek TI I 1 La pee ee oat LONDON, Jan | were for the smali town of | 90 or more seats Conservatives
\4 e | Barbados Cricket Association told | iree hundred big industrial plants in America’s s — ~ oa Kuopix are opcimistic—without going into
| To Venez suelans the ldvocate yesterd t! ng ‘apital. Pitts , oR ' weit ces) 8 British Honduras is to rece.ve eee - P = , hae Bee
| a yesterday that a capital, Pittsburgh, may have to shut down because of; an immediate release of £250,000 N Po | figures
| } . : t has been recelve a ‘ 28. . o : | ae eo eT J *hurchill 1 to “exe
“Stell 99 | Parbado peer Corresponde | ( i Ve rn H oe ea | coal shortage due to the strike of more than 81,000 soft coal } irom Colonial Development and [YO Opposition i en lagen: th eats” a th 3
| CARAC! a oan vere Oey e ary | ‘neare ; | Oe ere | Welfare Shae: aie , . 08 . de weats” of the
a |i: ito “ast gaia ake coin meee thn Queen’s Park Cricket Club | miners 1n six states, a He } hae cae eae ee fa Next month the 3800 electo Labour election manifesto in his
T d , | Polo Mateh—Barbados versus the} ae am are 50 SUEY. Frank vt SoBe Tians SERRRSe : a olonial Office onihed! today. pledged to support their parties’ | broadcast to the nation on Savur-
he 1950 tourist season for! Venezuelan idant: Tioescialitn .| Ing was not considered for the C ° B turn-to- ng k orders by Miners’ | This [ 511 —_—" AN candidates-—will meet to appoint | « iccording to supporters of
Barbados begins with the arri-| played on Wednesday at 3 o’clo« Fi against Jamaica. | omic attle ; U nion President, John L. Lewis. | p65 69 Thode “United a oe ol} the President, his party. bere today.
7 Bisa : 1esday at 3 o’ck | : — . a ise ee ae : } ro Oo gdom Dp. “< ‘rn
- on as the luxury liner| Six chukk were played and} coe ted that King suffer- T ¥ A ‘ ae ~ = ewe to als the aus hea . > Di Paasikivi who became The Opposition’s first reaction
ella Polaris”, | yesulted in Gallos scoring seven| ed a pulled muscle in his right In U.K. Schools n Pittsburgh Railway services seateanearnaiinhanmidiamaane tt President in 1946 when Presicent | to the Labour (Government) elee-
Today, 160 Americans will! ls and Barbados six. Michelin] U8 and from examination. he my ve already been curtailed ; a ie inl tie iy Se. Ugh Me) Manerheim resigned, can count] tion programme is that its “dan-
have their first view of sunny| scored 2, Williams 2, and Edghill| vas declared unfit to participate || LONDON, Jan. 18 \| We sshington, there were indi- | 7iohquras dollar British) on 173 Electoral votes, but even | ger” lies not so much in the open
| : tte t f atc . " | tior y that the . . | ) as ¢ ar. 7 = ? : S ;
Barbados and, of course, cir-) 2 For Venezuela. Cly1 ' i he first match, A bitter controversy about || ~""" it the Gove T te x ; Se if the People’s Democrats «nd/but in declarations ahead, for
tulate some of their dollars in| 4. Zuaicaga 2 d hado | King is receiving treatment and children’s comic papers: is ment n seek a he £250,000 now released will) Agrarians shoul combine against’ which no concrete mandate is
exchange for curios lunches, Tr $4 win sine <4 ce gh , it is hoped that he will be fit tol]! blow ing 3 >in Br tai oe | order Lewi enable start to be made Aalhim, they can muster only 127] ask ae fo instance, vh 7 statement
ls tha tabbic: ae Bame was Close Uiroughout)) |. in the Sec ine | Ving up in Sritain since | lr Ohic road linking the potential deep |, , J 160 | RRR, TOD Inepenes, tae Sit .
aa *, e cabbies ‘and other| but two fouls against Barbados! P18) “a the Second Match. | some school headmasters | , U , of i truck | water port of Stann Creek with votes that marginal land might be taken
orms of sport, > . s The letter from Mr. Merry be dt carrying Union-mined coal struck | . : . ‘"! The four Parties s “ 5 rer >» Government i 3
os ‘f | resulted. Two sitting goals wer Seaiies-aaae ; rr) anned them, ad’ lnlied us wikeet: ans “| fertile inland western districts| are t} esas tles Supporting him |over by the Government if the
oe _ ers are looking for-; scored by the International C urther states that should King || ~~ (Reuter. |) plockad e : ile win | which experts believe may well are the ‘Social Democrats (CGov- | web of cultivation proves t
0 bargaining with : T i be uniit for the sec ate ang ae set up by striking min- ° " we ernment), Canservatives, Liberals | f é farmers, and
ee of ene ; 8 : a jolly | he outstanding Barba an od ae Oe Te; Senne match Pe e be exploited for new crops. An-|and the Sy a atives, Liberals} for individual farmers, an
cans and they are} Williams. The remarkable fea-| the Q.P.C.C, are willing to re- ————-—— -~— | State P : | other. roads .whiokh the funds wlll. nc 1e Swedish People’s Party.| declaration that “subject
: quite prepared as far as stock | ture of the match was the mar=| lease him to play for din nie ‘olice said that the “as- | ceatet. [vii ania, thie capital There is a theoretical possibil-| will of Parliament, we shall take
Ba meerned. rv elt stroke “pla of Clyne) againet eettist Calane Drovites Ofters ‘to Meet ale er wa ae ave OF | with: the- Cayo distriet ape |ity that some Social Democrats| whatever measures may be re-
— baskets, stuffed croco- h ably assisted Zualoar he recovers sufliciently by that | throug! ek was trying to. drive! awe ” amas ce may withdraw their support from | quired to contro) financial forces”
les, flowers, needlework, | The game was slow ie ’ time. ; ye i io ugh five or ten miners, who r a Paasikivi, when the Electoral | —Reuter.
Mahogany work, painting leah cree TE Bay in Bye tee CE Stal | R formed iman chain across the ollege meets
ork and othe, ” gs, shell FP ure me iY n} FI vos stated that the offer in or | road.—Renter, | President Paasikivi ‘i |
other bits of hand-| Thursd Saturday | has been favourably received by n cane aasikivi headed the
craft are included in the stock.| w« * permitting his .Association and it is the —-—_— hi jj 1920 delegation to Moscow, whieh REPARATIONS REDUCED
The “Stella Polaria” is makis eam is expected to return pinion of both the @.P.C al Atomie a cS wance | Bc) “ i ireaty marking the
é aking SE A oie ie. jay iiss 4 Chad ‘ee pes ¢ ficial beginning of Finland's | BERLIN, Jan. 18
its seventh post-war visit 1 (* > Barbadc 1 Monday he Barbados Cricket ena iatio e e anc in- z
1ere —(By Cable.)! that K : . ns orwav | dependence East Germany reparations to
It first came in December 1 (By le.) that King is too good a bowler NEW YORK, Jan. 18 | ‘ eek a he :
and three cails eee | n o get a chance of considera- Mr. David E. Lilienthal, retir-| | imus er ya 1939, he went three times to} be paid to Soviet Russia and Po-
1948. Last year it made caiahoe tion for the West Indies Tour to] ing chairman of the United Stat« EK nd S R o_o ws a vain effort to avert | land, nchnding occupation cost
: é é . 1 : ate amg ; rey ne impending war V been reduced for 1950 te
three calls and will be maki ng| P c tests 7” inst gland Atomic Energy Commission, 5 ugar Can t esign ir with Russia am oe ee : ec on aa 950. )
two this year, rotests / gal ‘ Vir. Hoyes also stated that his eported im the Press here t | . a Reuter. | °:°% . t A ee prod ic
It sailed from New m \ ( \ssociation have made arrange-| as having offered t et Mar-| Qg compared Win 14.3% Nn 1999,
. »w Orleans 7 7 . ‘ ‘ . ; owe | > Teeer SAE BERLIN, Jan. Heninrechrau, East German Min-
Via Havana, Port au Prince Polish Subsery rence ply . a re ~ ee | shal Stalin in Moscow to settle! a 1onin The Prime Minisver of the ‘ me a aie sata t oo
Cuid: le for 3arbados in the two} differences be st c ; ‘ : oF > re r o ar f it day
St. mL de Trujillo, St. Thomas, | re / igo matches ist British Guiana he 3 ee ee ; a . met we OSLO. Jan German Province of Thurinda, ; 16 Killed In —(Reuter.)
erre a RY . . € nited States over Control of | . at : neue | }
nd Fort de France oO WOSsC NV : | wid ; Eggerath, demanded in threaten- |
for Barbados and is continuing | | Atomic Bombs. | ian in yoeq te. Of ling terms today the immediate ve- | Pl v
the cruise rig | WASHINGTON, Jan The New York World Telegran ugar in 1950, King}; ° , hae +. at ane Cre sh
to Cristobal via! WASHING' ‘ 66 i turn of his Finance Ministe
Grenada, Trinidad, Curacao, | Alexander Rudzinski, ig. ert “" ind Sun said that Mr. Lilienthal id in @ speech from | Tere ona Moog, who is lying ” Don’t tell your friends.
Cartagena nd Sz | 4 » ate Ah a iecided’ to stay on as chie th hrone when he _ formally |* ° AVOE, We ; MADRID, Jan. 18 mn ad : :
‘ ads the Polish del tay as chief of the 4 Tne i . " anh » yay vou. Tell
aa in Blas. oa ee ee ete. has| United States Atomic Commission,» 0Pened the Storting (Parliament | nat Berlin hospital after an Ail 16 occupants of a military Shey: went.pe wy i
Pressine Day | ened f{ ‘the post today. Dip- May iaherit nares of retiring on January 1 today. He said that the present | leged movor accident ral! lane were killed when it crashed the “Advocate ae We
sing a) | resigned from the o ae me | ath. GMinrd, hes) lone: rocks tit Ministry of Supply and Recon- Herr Moog, a member of the: at Tobarra, near Albacete, to-day, pay you
5 » e alc lat he ha Cul ; : . a ene . bowie ie ee
The “Barbados Publicity | lom atte Our er es hetinacan ‘ntein toaesie’ ty. the uction uld be wour D. 2 Liberal Democratic I arty, has: The dead included two Lieu- Yel. 3113
Committee” will no doubt have ie for an asylum i ‘ WAS G 1 pe States of it ere cor : {,; been the oraar: of ee ism! tenant -Colonels of the Spanish Ch, dhie.
»@ pressing day with various, ”'*”” \ l ¢ The World Telegr {mong the proposals to b _'in the press of the Socialist Unity: 4
3 § ™ . f j e d Telegram and Sw en » mn ; 7 e?) ArMY —(Reuter.)
M@uestions. coming from the| 2fese Sources added tats di ere today th 1 ati idered at the new Cab re: | Party, of which Herr Eggerath is
" : headed | lespatch said that Lilienthal ' ASW 4-ROUM ere wt) SS —
lips of over 100 charming and | *esisnation ile ae ent 0 Nave rth 4 KYUpP | upg ‘ed Truman to meet Stalin and| St@te Monopoly of anima joy |@ member, and has apparen.y mam NS
& Welcome visitors, what he called his del le the yvner of the vast reed . » eT and of chemists’ wai tendered his resignation, The di
j = ilione Saat fear ; j _| work out an agreement, arguing | owe ’
It is at this booth on the{ loss of indepe de iongy Pio ist) Krupp holdings in Ge rmany, fol | that the hydrogen atom guing n trawl fishing |rector of the West Berlin hospita \ Yan
» Waterfront that tour sts get the} what he called the di appr Ce lowin he death of her husb Ai canis: dewtras’ afeilieaMon. He deh pay -you-earn ion| where Herr Moog is, would let }
# necessary information about the of freedom in Poland.—Reuter Gusta —— reported to have told the Presi- | Sehem« | visitors in to see Herr Moog or iL £ a
island and are told where the vy} Be te now 62, after whom the Mk thet fo be (Teairian) ans Committees would be appointed|any pretext whatsoever
~~ best spend their few hours] Wo! : We sll gir: ed, | Ts" | not wish to meet Stalin he (Lili-| -eonsider whether the commun The Prime Minisver’s letter said:
ay in Barbados. * l.~ ° | Worla War were. namec Ives ah orice Par cs ity should take over banxs, brew-! “I draw your attention to the fact ‘
At that booth they can ? Hie rareny Oi T he | nes ar Salzburg Austric re *} seul come s Speen ne, mapeaits Se teabuimchan vr tive toon ga J I + ae me ere ee Business transacted by
a’ | - | io nape: e 2 € et V 1 alin ’ Vavee 7 ines .
Postcards, photographs, Barba-| i a ’ nie? ae ee ny met her. Cr (Hydrogen atom bombs are esti- | °W2C4: ‘accident’ as a deliberate manoeu
lan currency in return for their R.C. Church we Said: that: the Wer CrMapal ted to te 1000 times ner King Haakon said that the Bud-|vre. I do not accept your resig- T ‘ 7
mérican currency and a lim- | Tribunal, in sentencing her son : ; get for 1950—51 would be bal-|nation as Finance Minister.” |
set of curios,” aa VATICAN CI | he id that the property belonged | destructive than the present uran- Sianedl , Recior ” ‘ ,
Fruit vendors often ke ep their} The Year Book give pages |to him and was not to be confis- | ium and plutonium wee ee ‘ |
stock to supply tourists! of details of the hierarchy of the | cated. — (Reuter) ‘ e oe? d 5 - =
a they come in. The taxis} Catholic Church This year 54 Mea 10 Questioned
have their day it is one} Cardinals, 20 of them Italians and | 3 li 9... E — ne
gage dred Me naa gh en ae Berlin’s Economy 1 a "HOD fle ali eon
Bee tnerires of Sour 18a t other nationelidies 650 Ie : | Asin Should Hold | Will Photograph About $1 Million 1g |
3arbados to take] €d, vhile sive re Lote ’
Bride inte the en, ; bis thro Has Improved : I
intry districts} Catholic Archbishops throughou f ¢ > ‘ re . at
oon = the historic places of| the world as 2,496, of whom 1,694 a ine i - Half 1.L.0O. x ats 7 | he Milky W ay Robbery
p Me island. are titular. The Vatican’s world- 3ERLIN, Jan, 18. | . 2
t. j i : i Nek . m
= Beach resorts are e xpecting wide diplomatic representatior An improvement in the economic | Pakistan Proposes MASSACHU pia as BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 18 ’ Te l rE
their share of the tourist trade. comprises 33 Apostolic Nuncios,|position in Berlin was noted fa- i s mens “ SET 'S Jan It Police today detained 10 mer
Veyance to and from the!18 Apostolic Delegates, 3 Regents; vourably by the Council of the} CEYLON, Jan, 18. aot Same With a: Dew. tan £\ for questioning about the $1,500,
“Stella Polaris,” will be pro-| (in Germany, Romania and Yus Allie¢ High Commissioner for Pakistan today proposed that ~ o sap meagtty eamera, Dr. Bart J.| 000 rebbery made by nine gro- L il
by the vessel’s launches,|slavia), 6 Charge d’Affaires, and} Germany, which met for its first half the seats in all three groups ag d Coll a e Director of Her-| tesque masked gunmen at Brink’: inl il
€ agent’s launches (Messrs! the Holy See's special envoy to}Berlin meeting in West Berlin ‘o-| of vhe governing body of the ae a Hotes ES atory, Vv ill |Co.’s vault yesterday.
bert Thom Ltd.) and row Ethiopia.—Reuter. | day. —Reuter. | International Labour Organisa-| >" a eee a7 ares 's’| Six of vhe men detained wer (Est 1821)
boats, i ee tion should be reserved for Asian} SP5€?vation of the tars "| former conviets.—Reuter. ,
‘ " ‘nations Harvard southern station at
} ' Bloemfontein, South Afries
The Pakistan delegate to the : , ee a ‘
; , sing sak Se ‘- ® : i
Asian Regional Conference of the ae a} mee ae u® mr “Miss En a” Includes
Organisation, meeting here, call- on ehovate ‘the dust af ‘as rh + | om.
ed for a revision of the ILO con- , See ene meee
: ; bscure r x |
siitution to this effect. The dele- sasclea ers ite ane 7, y " | ROME, Jan. 18. FIRE AND HURRICANE
re ¥ “™ Pie or ‘ ars of the ! 3 a — ice .
gates of India, Ceylon, Malaya and International Police _ to-day Including less of profits caused thereby
Indonesia said that they would Recentiy Dr. Walter Baade, with | identified a 25-year- -old girl who 6
warmly support the Pakistan]the 100-inch telescope at Mount} 5@id that she was “the fiancee of @
move. Vernon observatory, discovered in |the Spanish Infanta” as an Aus-
| The three groups are composed | one region of the sky in the direc- | @n retugee. Identification | was BURGLARY
|}of Government, employers and} tion of the galactic centre, se pons val made after a three months’ in- e

| workers’ representatives respec-
lively. At present six seats of the
sixteen in the government group
are’ reserved for non-European
| countries. Two of the eight em-
| ployers’ representatives must also
be non-Eurepeans; also two of the
eight workers’ delegaves.—Reuter.







LONDON, Jan. 18.

A pokesman of vhe Foreign)
Office today confirmed the state-
ment by a United States State
Department official yesverday that
Britain, France and the United

to no secret}
ture of the!
Saa 7"
H f re
ye
THE LUXURY YACHT “Stella Polaris” which brings pleasure seekers to Barbados to-day tood

UK Denies Saar / Agreement.

ars) Guiry, during which Italian Police

hundred very faint variable





that were believed to be as (ar| Sent out photographs and: requests WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION
away as the centre itself. for information to 34 member
The observations are expected Bureaux of the International o
to give astronomers a far more e +f lice | ome. eee
precise idea than they now have ‘0 ice saic o-day that he gir
of the structure of the Milky Way,! 8S Vienna-born Aloisa Gictintin BAGGAGE
-Reuter, | She was alleged to have five sets . {
}of false identification papers
which gave her a house, and Ital-
jian aristocrat names and family PERSONAL ACCIDENT
} connections,
Pending the establishment of °
her identity, the pretty, dark-
In fact, the vhree Western For-| haired girl had been named “Miss
eign Ministers in Paris last No-|Enigma"” by the Police officers MARINE
vember reached an agreement,| conducting the inquiry.—Reuter.
which has not officially been aeecemenieenl
lished, that the Saar u i
invited to join the Cou YOU MUST read the case For particulars apply to the local agents
Bi he svat ot THE ROYAL MAIL ir S,P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD.
Monday's Evening Advo
issio Saar were .
: . cate Srcad. P.O. Box 227 Telephooe 4465
he : Everybody reads the Eve |
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their -home
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their stay here Mr. and
were in -esidence at

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Annual Art Exhibition
NCE again the Barbados Arts
and Crafts Society is hold-
ing its Annual Exhibition at
Queen’s. Park House. It will be
from Monday, January 23rd
Saturday, February 4th
On the opening day, Monday,
January 23rd, the Exhibition will
pen from 4 pm. to 6 p.m,
equehtly it will be open daily
from 10 a.m.





e ¢

ndays)








ists who wish to exhibit are
to submit their work at the
wing times—Friday, January
between 10 am. and ‘2 p.m.,
av, Wanuary 21st between
mand 1 p.m.



xf this year’s



















“Yes, new kid, you do
right to report any odd-
looking characters you see
lurking around, only that
one happens to be the
Head!”



London Express Service.










Caub Calling

Introducing The ‘“‘Bote’’
HE. Barbados Waiter Polo}
Team, with the exception of}

one of its members has now re-/
iurned home. They bring with}
them stories of a most wonderful |
noliday. One member of the team
told me that if the Barbados Team
was able to teach the Trinidad-
ians a few things about Water
Polo, the Trinidadians had cer-
tainly taught them how to enter-
tain.

Besides memories of an unfor-
gettable six days spent in the Land
cf the Humming Bird, the nine-
man Barbados Team has brought
back with them “the Bote,” pro-
nounced Bo-te, a new dance,
which is all the rage in Trinidad,
and they plan to introduce it to
Barbados. So, the next time you
go dancing and there are nine
couples doing a queer new dance
step, it will be the Water Polo
team showing the girls how to
dance the Bote.

an «n»

Had A Wonderful Time





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



ICTURED nere is French














men. “They are so charming.”



! (1) Wearing a flamboyant fashion, |




Of Course We Love Them

|
“We all love our children, of |








THURSDAY, JANUARY 49, te i

ee

Children’s Corner



Rupert an







d the Caravan—[p~ :

SR. AY,

Don't Do This—

seem to be








1ese

such as an eccentric hat, too}
often. |
) Leaving gloves in restaurants |
and cinemas.
) Presenting a crumplei, un-
pressed, unbrushed appear-


























ance. : ee ise Shs — 2 *

) Anything overdressed which Still keeping under cover Rupert ‘* Why. it's Beppo.” te
makes other people smile. _ watches the stranger go ight ‘Hi, Beppo, come to me,

) Straggly hair which doesn't) way; then he moves gingerly know me, don’t you > ow
shine, and too obvious | through the bushes until he is very a wants you," Tp
make-up. isted | 242" the caravan. This rime he gets chatters rope fanens al -

) Shabby shoes and twis a shock, for the side window which window. ** fon is leave the t

stocking seams.



had been t is now open, and
seated in the I the little
creature he has been searching for.

holding him back.” thinks R
as he searches tor another
balance on the first one,

—LE.S.









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9 the Juvenile Barbados History HILE in Trinidad, the Water film actress Maria Nauban, says Maria, “ and very eiegant to five TONIGHT at 8.30 Commencing Friday 20th
there was no OST of the History of Polo Team visited Manzanila, She is 25, has chestnut hair, —much better dressed than course we do, though up sl PHILIP DORN
; I ‘ al Industrial Barbados will be covered by which is one of the most popular large green eyes, long black Frenchmen. " they nearly drive us crazy | a HELMUT DANTINE WANDA HENDRIX
iid |
i E i , the classes of the two courses of Mr. E. M. beaches inthatisland. They were — _ Pm ony ° so Maat From oe waatews of her after that they grow er anaee CLAUDE
; } aioe peer eg Soe . nite ae wae, . r sett is os ris. } : 5 a . e A ee
; me 0 exhibite d are draw- Shilstone and Mr. H. A. Vaughan unable to see Maracas however, as which t's valuaiates aa aes | yeah = ly pal = oa iat “ESCAPE IN THE DESERT” | ,., MACDONALD CARRY |
i aa ding y . vee for the Extra-Mural Department the road to that beach was im- Gacaetia tf So appears. sunbathes on the roof, “But Ieee ppp ti amazed where with JEAN SULLIVAN “SONG ‘OF 3
{ on rf eee Soe local of the University College of the passable, floods due to the heavy Mile. Maria has little time nobody can see me,” she this new personality came from. | ALAN HALE aes SURRENE
\ - home W.0F oe = well aS West Imdies. Mr. Shilstone’s ;ginfall which was experienced for gadding about. “I have explains. We al dink the world of our A Warner Bros. Picture A Paramount }
: on k., The conditions of course covers the story of the quring the first two days of their to get up so early—five Eric Portman is in the film. cae — " -se we do, even Picture
i Y = nl e Work are those island to the Restoration in 1660 stay, had caused landslides along ° clock,” she says sadly. “I “Such a_ nice boy,” says husban i “8 as . incalculable = =—— ——- ——$———— ~
; aang eee indbook of the and the settlement which followed. ¢he road. begin work at 8.30, rarely get ia. although she does not ; though they _ = nee aie
j : se: pages tage _ Mr. Vaughan’s course which begins “They also visited the Country back before seven. So I goto understand half Portman says jand irritating = = ee
: work may be sub- on, Friday, Januaty 20th, ai ¢ y : Club and bed at the Dorchester just off the set. But his face is so | personalities removed from ‘Hh COMING— cou
I i fram 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on wakefield covers the H ae Club and Perseverance Club an after eight. funny—I laugh all the same,” young man we used to think was THAT FORSYTE GLOBE MING—
F J ty Shy ahA ee 10 eee the History cf! they say that the vrchestr«s there But she has been to one club. She has a figure that \the one being in all the world WOMAN E ADAW
nue da Bationday, fan coe from 1706-1908. His are absolutely tops. “Why so little light?” she atters a frock: height | we needed to make us perfectly LAST SHOWING —
: , first lecture considers the angles On Sunday, after the Aquatic asks, “You can’t see who is ft. 3in.; weight 8st. 4lb.; cuca for the rest our lives.” AST 5 NG TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m,
¢ ition promises from which the principal Sports some of them toured the there or what the women are ist 23in., bust 34, hips 34. ee Purcell in a BBC DAVID NIVEN and PATRICIA NEALE
; a nee Se t Poyer, Schomburgk Fa om t Chaguaramas, wearing.” “I never diet,” says Maria. aay in THE WAY B
h standard ‘ Sais on hed th American Base at - i “but in Lond I 1 ice broadcast. in ‘ AHEAD (Love Drama)
| ints etd te i mw have epee ac - pe Avhile the others remained at the F rea on I sorely miss
¢ to and st PS ne need {c ‘ . ; 6 _? n- steaks. i - piibials 7 - U.
eee ee rt in- n al . cnanahs He . irveys the Yacht Club —, the “Bote Cotas iacl miki STARTING TO-MORROW at 5 & 8.30 and continuing
Queen Park se gem ; oa and enjoying themselves. |
ise icipal trends of world opinion ahs : i * ‘iti i
Ge Corthbedd 7 me, and considers. their on ee LL? | Working For The Future LUST FOR GOLD
aribbean Tour barbados. It is hoped po : 4 1S ta (GLENN FORD and IDA LUPINO)
ee C Lawes, Assistant that further courses on the period Saw “Blue Basin “J STILL HAVE to remind a:
4 perations Manager. Inter- m 1660-1794 may complete N Tuesday morning, a few of myself occasionally that the re- All Tickets For FRIDAY TALENT SHOW Sold Out
z aera 9 1M ’ London hen the present cours them visited “Blue Basin,” ? | sults of what I try to do will be
Trini | ‘ B W A on one of Trinidad’s most picturesque L () ure C | felt by those as yet ve
lrinidad b > i on : j
c sit ¢ ts ts. where a small waterfall | will never know I exist but
k's visit and is staying at i Z spots, w pasin. The t does not matter., if I do my O H
] 5 It’s Magi eee 8 a, mei nd THE common cold is a es | 0% poitntully ‘T shall be able to R YAL T EATRE
i s Magic ver 5 é tS gt and annoying disease. Small|?°" a great Roman poet
CaN ; , socks, banana trees and other c ae ‘anires a |say with the great Roman P STARTING FRI Cc \
es ii talking to “Blondini,” vegetation, which surround the | z oA et ae a | Horace, ‘That I built a monument & CONTINUING (BY PUBLIC 0
the » Magician yesterday, and pasin appear to have a blue hue te — he : tc |more enduring than prass, a “— vs ae
r the past four â„¢ me that several amateur when the sun strikes them. The | + ghey aay aad ative | heritage of people with rather (eas -
; ee U . have been asking him join jis surrounded by hills on | ss a the authoritative more foundation in their lives 1 wy
eek: thas tin . ild organise a club where fires ‘tli and water from the near in the Lancet to ban) 4 joves than those of us who ,
es the E int 2 local enthusiasts could learn about 1057 ¢ ickles down small rapids mine drugs from|) our here today.’” * :
Atentie cr - magic! He knows of quite a few um in trick! “ a ‘i ita | general sale is important. | John Newsom, Director of TARE
a sie aA he people who are interested in it pntO 3 Neh the Ci: eonin which } , First of all, do these drugs| Education for Hertfordshire, : ,
Lawes expects to be in the DUt wonders if there are any from on board ac Trinidad laa , “cure” colds? | talking about his job in a BBC MUL EH he
indie ig in the »ore. Do you want to become a 35 at present in ” e ‘the ian indies aa Sl In America, reports say “yes.” ) ae eaintne ; " re 2.
h he l ot ai agician? If so, give him a phone also at the Basin mre Otaee os. Peeve Here no large scale properly me j Uae JEANNE CRAIN - ETHE RYMORE |
: tor at dal 3174 anytime between 6 and were enamoured with this beauti- include this in | rolled experiments have been| WHO PASSED" : L BAR |
ger oo agra ee p.m. He will then arrange for ful spot of Mother Natures. 10. Headwea ie? made. But workers at the Havard ; ETHEL WATERS - WILLIAM LUNDIGAN |
E: i here he &@ meeting, and who knows, you «» «» or two old Unit on Salisbury Plain, |for other bacteria to gain any a WHITE Prteet ty DARRYL F. ZANUCK - ove ELM KLM }
: may soon make the wife’s house- i hich deals with this matter, | hold. : 5 uy oa ;
e was a Wing *eeping money disappear before Comings and Goings | were not impressed. But success depends erttirely
( a ar she has time to spend it! R. Peter Lacy, returned yes- | Yet some people swear y on the relative virulence of a0
¢ United «» «» M terday from Trinidad by | them virus and other germs ee ot? ,
he Middle Ea ‘ - BWIA A | ; t , : | with the reaction of the body to 5 , = : =
asad os, Mia Bec. Got Well Quickly. PMS fiat, glenn basis ig there] tha ansetiatemine rue. | MRP
“ me Tae ay . . “larke ives i for this being a “cure”? For no That is why these drugs don iy i ‘0 if
useom Office ff) Ve exten- 3e la Dd a 5 } ) é
vil air ao a many friends of Mrs. otday pelthe Lady Redney. He | claim has been made that the| work in all cases. ml oe it) era oe pha
De ee Hyacinth (Pet) Sealy will be = ‘ta Reargghe~s sl ago for a substance kills the cold virus. And the fact that they have un- ry ‘ rr INE Se j
Z ee ae sorry to hear that she is at present pts beh i ah Rodney called on The explanation may be quite| pleasant and even dangerous side pA Mee LTE iL! a)
Tourists Will Come a patient at the General Hospital. aa way South, But Dr. Clarke simple. - effects if taken in too large doses . 1
Vi K. KENNEDY, Owner Carib wishes her a speedy recOv- decided to make the complete ‘The smarting eyes and run-|makes strict control advisable. GLENN IDA t
2 he Ken- €1 round trip, to look up his other} ning nose which heralds a cold —L.E.S. Z
I to «n «» many friends in the other islands. | oe due to an allergic seen of | .
here i Designed W.I. College After an absence of twenty three) | , [| Re Delicate MACON SOSEREEDS |... "ele pi 4
getting HE . B.C. announced ae it years from Barbados he is here | i. Gur, A TN ; to the virus. Just as in hay- | "Dear, it's tune you knew A
me to | re SEES en for a long holiday with his family. | the next ‘ | fever the reaction is to a pollen. | a
has - appointed Graham Daw- * {| 8 To Navy ° a dut | This reaction to the virus | about 2
= arm, a London architect, who de- , ‘ommander L. A. Eggles-| ventas tb Stee a allows other germs to attack and $
v 2 a rsity Coll 4 Wing Comma i
bietd.c.A eel ee ever EAS mae’, of geld. Director General of Civil] 4 Ine photo-may not inciude get a hold on the affected cells.
urn i he West Indies, to design Britain's Aviation, returned yesterday from | i Sen ehalsasn wr , | Hence the sore throat and change
ne ett Hote w Television headquarters in British Guiana by the Lady) this tomorrow in type of secretion that follows | *
: ‘ i naot Rodney. ; ° M B ‘ " W after 24 to 48 hours. | 4
ree «> «> ‘ _ | Ks soe | But if the secretion can be |
1 aa lag You Must See It Mr. Dudley Warden, Superin=| tomoz ee ae stopped and the soil for the} .
; ' ; F YOU think you can dancea ndent of the Demerara Mutual ; ee A, Talc hip ever, | germs made less suitable, then | “in ' (
a I Gatecen® cae és thie team ile Ammurenee, returned from St} © (i) 15, Fa the robe | Teal ay ini tiieeatt: 08 Wa ,
: “ oe Fis : ania a nat a nang -. Lady ec ar the o@’sastire’s ae: © r | This the “anti-histamine” drugs | YOUNG - Prince - Buchanal
t y wouk he Our terday after a two weeks visit 0; , Ter back 4s. tse |do. And because they act in: a | 1 a b S 4
} ‘ —_ oh ate . ach eens a re that island. é * ; pile hohutbel nites ay te | matter of hours it looks like a)! d and Directed by 5. Sylvan SHMOS + A COLUWRUA PTs ; ?
‘ 1 A rT nida tveryone goes quite : 8 ! rday's pur ‘ | einaiie aces ~ . r¢ e F ‘
i ; ld not yet mad, they all have a glassy look wp. T. Nicol, Educational Ad-|} },°" a ee bt ; Opening FRIDAY 20th 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
in their eyes, they scream, shake yiser, C. D. & W., Mrs Nicol,| ¢ 1 ‘ en atid og Takes Wise Mortners advise their ‘
' ‘ tak adi- i throw themselves around in Major Wakeham, Regional Inform-| ' : Down dooney aah _ anecaen pn daughts rs to take Paradol, and And Over The Week-end
14 ft ect flight fr gay abandon. “JUMP-UP” is their ation Officer, W.l., and Mr. A ’ | the nae Ae tice at thus save needless suffering due to
oe T.CA and war cry and the orchestra turns Frampton, Agricultural Adviser of 7 | on ope ; ~ , onaling eg se ts ra r : n 7 Sa nedhaaliy or Dee eee eee Cc L B E
i e will be on the heat You must see C. D, & W. returned from St.) ° | CAR Cw i does in 72 hours | oa ea at Po a Pacadat
{ ee =. 25% s . ’ ° = ¢ yay y j . ‘oy ay ed trom ingredients, Farado
future tourist Calypso ‘a la Trinidad,’ before you Vincent yesterday by the Lady EE ER AFeRy) WES TS Mt sae Re | i shorn Bs ty sehly with no
os ae woh ” . S46 666666 s Paill Gurcr vaeeenen =. ———>-_———
j pusines “< say you can dance it! Rodney. SOOO SSS SSS POSS OSS SSOP OSS SOO SS SOO SS SSOSSSSS ¢ disagreeable after-effects. Excellent SOC PS SPIO PPFP POD PD IID PDI DPPPPISIOSD 566
4g % | for headaches, too. The name “Dr. %
iy . > SH Se ie ee - 23 .
7 B FI WA m r xy Chase” is your assurance. x r
"4 % %,
es Y THE Y by Beachcombe $) pr. cHases = LADIES!
& ’ FF ‘
7 _— riou cene the Kleenall Annexe. “Ask Stalin!” We don’t want no more of ‘er} S| PARADOL %
the first day’s yelled a voice. Mrs. Rumpus was lip i re \ ~ Quick Relief from Pai 12 D
before M Justice then committed for contempt of The sight of ’er dial in the door- ( | cms Quick Retief from Pain s«—= | \. . * 4
. i d 0 in court, and Cocklecarrot read way Swind | | % Begin 1950 the Right Way eooee
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qqursDAY, JANUARY

19, 1950



he Struggle For The
| U.S. Rum Market

WASHINGTON, (By Mail).
ban and Puerto Rican rum merchants in the U.S.

pt if they will lose any

“105 dollar
ales on other rums.

Haitian, Dominican

oe’ they will push to
as into much-needed ex-
dollars the concession they
, 33-nation tariff con-

Jast summer at Annecy,

, on all foreign

vs TS dollars a proof
> The change wipes out

% traditional 50-cent-a-gal-

tariff advantage in the U.S.

ico : the

Puerto Rico and
s Islands are parts of the
rE are not

States, their rums
ty.

eee ueually sells more

t United States than all

“.

pi Teanthies combined. The
_ [slands usually supply
, than any single foreign

ea and Cuba are the third
| fou! ; largest suppliers. Cuba
‘sid Jamaica in the U.S. before
i while Jamaica has
wed its share of the U.S

tt in post-war years.

Five Reasons

rice Fillius, Washington re-
tative of the Puerto Rican
Institute, and Arthur Quinn,
entative of Puerto Rico’s
Distileria Serralez, ad-
five reasons for believing
new duty cut will not
yerto Rican rum sales in

4
- the

|
is the only substantial
'foreign producer of the very}
Might-bodied rums Puerto Rico
ets in the U.S. The new
ff policy does not change
a ba’s competitive position
the duty on Cuban rum
mains the same.

Me heavy or black rum of|
i maica and the stronger
Mack rums of British Guiana
‘nd the French West Indies

ring the war. But its sales |

appreciable share of the multi-

U.S. rum market through the new tariff

$100,000 Expansion
Haitian Embassy commercial
experts said that their country’s

largest distillery — making Bar- |

bancourt Rum—had recently put
$100,000 into the expansion of its
plant and that they were in the
preliminary stages of a campaign

to increase sales of Haitian brown

;rum in the United States.

' Dominican sources said
| their Government expected to step
;up its rum production in con+
junction with a general industrial-
,isation programme.

A. J. E. Davis, Crown Agent for
| the British Colonies, said British
,Guiana firms are considering a
| programme to boost U.S. sales of
| their high-proof Demerara rums,
| while British Embassy sources
‘reported that Jamaica firms ae
| working out a similar programme.
| Last year’s imports of foreizn
;rums were lower than 1948's a.g
were subsequently less than those
;for the better pre-war years{

*; Puerto Rican shipments record an

increase.

The United States imported
| 206,603 gallons of foreign in 1948,
|as compared with 7,450,051 gal-
'lons at the wartime peak in 1944
and to 521,195 in 1936, the best
pre-war year.

Jamaica in 1948 sent 96,392 gal-
‘lons, as compared with 315,813 in
| 1944 and 82,478 in 1986. The
French West Indies sent 11,915
gallons in 1948, as against 1,176,-
745 in 1944 and 23,407 in 1936.
Cuba sent 86,368 gallons in 1948

and 347,222 in 1936. Puerto Rico
sent 526,250 gallons in 1948, 6,740,-
500 in 1944 and 717,519 in 1947.
Virgin Islands’ shipments for the
same periods were: 136,390 gal-
los, 2,661,195 gallons, and 163,693
gallons.—B.U.P.



have specialised markets in}
fhe U.S. They differ from the |
mite and gold rums cf}
ferto Rico and Cuba almost
much as dry gin from
folland gin—hence they offer
5 more competition.
retail stores, Puerto Rico's
ity free rum can sell at 5
nis a bottle cheaper than
any foreign rum. Wholesalers
Will add 15 per cent and re-
filers 33 per cent more, to!
fhe 4.20 dollar duty on each
bottle case of foreign rum.
The United States, over the
s, has developed a taste
eference for the white and}
drums in most rum drinks !

54

a ae ent cone ee

b

md for the black rum _ in
unches and cooking. Haiti,
finidad, Barbados, or the

minican Republic would
ave to start making drier!

or lighter rums in quantity or |
but across this preference to
fapture more of the present

t for their brown rums,

fae Puerto Rican Govern-|f

nt Has taken steps to bond
d assuré the quality of all
» and together with
Oducers and importers has
launched a multi-million dol-
lar campaign of advertising
merchandising Puerto

Ci
+4
Per

ean rums.

Shipments

3. Co Amerce Department stat-

5, that during the first
fths of 1949, Puerto Rico

ed to the mainland 906,769

F gallons of rum, valued at
1 dollars.
Virgin. Islands over the

d shipped 352,747 gal-
Orth 482,474 dollars.
Mmonth totals for imports
men rums were 150,547 gai-
‘Worth 703,789 dollars.
included 70,789 gallons



Mamaica, 61,210 from Cuba,
pag British Guiana, 7,783
| ch West Indies, 692

bados, 411 from France,
rm Trinidad and Tobago,
m Haiti, 74 from Bermuda,
the United Kingdom, $1
Wenéezuela and 12 from tha
2 and Windward islan:is.
nN Government vigor-
®pposed the duty reduction
Mer foreign rums. But its
perts told the B.U.P. that
Not expect the new tarifl
Cuban rum sale, Their
Were the same as those
By Puerto Rico, who also
le new duty rate.
_ va Department of!
» Who have supervise
t Islands rum-making by
hent company, said

-

2
a

the

MUnking applies to Virgin

»

recent law pass-

ress, however, direct-
ernment to cease mak-
its Virgin Islands
and its 375,000 gallons





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U.S., U.K., France
Try To Break

Deadlock WithUSSR |

that

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compared with 5,724,550 in 1944) C@"8° Vessels serve the Caribbean

A)

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

“Quick! Run and tell Mum that Dad’s laying in a stock of his Scotch bals ready







Caribbean
Shipping
Good In 1949

NEW YORK, (By Maii)

Shipping business was g00q in
the Cariboean area in ly4y, in
Spite ot the qevaluation of cur-
rencies, aNd should continue to be
800d this year, according to the
4ilcoa Steamship Co.. Inc.

The company’s passenger and

area and the company has long
maintained a trade daevelopment
department, which aids Caribbean
businessmen to make contacts in
the United States.

“This department has seen more
than its usual activity during the
past year,” said Mr. William
White, president of the company,
“As a result, the volume of freight
we have carried southbound has
been maintained at a high level
in spite of the obstacles brought

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lor a binge tonight.”

London Express Service

[ believe they have affected all our lives today

May 26, 1902

Guns boom salutes. Bands play
national anthems, Courtesy visits
are exchanged. Flags everywhere
and “Banzais” without end. A
British naval squadron is visiting
Tokyo the new naval port of
Japan.

Nothing very historic
that, you say? Wait. When the
ships left, a number of British
naval officers stayed behind to
help the Japanese build and train
a navy capable of defending
Japan against the expansion-hun-
gry Russians.

That mission led to :—

1. The defeat of Russia in the
Russo-Japanese war of 1904 to

about

1905 (while the British Navy held
the ring for their Japanese ally),
2. The agreement in 1907 be-

tween Britain

on by currency devaluations.”
He pointed out that the section
of the Caribbean served by Alcoa

sa bade ae oa eee , and a chastened

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, | #8 divided into a dollar area and Russia. This developed into the

The State Departmena|® Sterling area. In the sterling| Triple Alliance between France,
announced today that Britain, | °° devaluation brought more} Russia and Britain which defeated

France and the United States are
to make another attempt to break
the deadlock in negotiations with
Russia for an Austrian treaty,
which broke down last November.
In a_ statement, which again
blamed Russia for the deadlock
the State Department said it had
instructed Admiral Alan Kirk,
United States Ambassador in
Moscow to make “representations”
to the Soviet Government.
—Reuter.

laylor Resigns
—TRUMAN ACCEPTS |

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.

Mr. Myron Taylor resigned to-
day as President Truman’s Special
Ambassador to the Vatican. He is
returning to private life,

Accepting his resignation with
“deep regret,” Truman noted in
a letter that this was Taylor’s
76th birthday, Taylor has served
as Personal Envoy to the Pope for
ten years. Reports that he was
resigning have circulated here
and abroad for several weeks, but
Taylor denied them as late as a
week ago.

Several Protestant organisations
have repeatedly called on the!
President to abolish the special
post Taylor held. These demands
were renewed again when re-
ports spread that Taylor was re-
signing. The White House made}
public Taylor’s letter of resigna-
tion and Truman’s acceptance, but

gave no indication whether the
President would name a new
envoy.

—(Reuter.)



Charged With

Immoral Practices

BRUSSELS, Jan. 18
Seventeen people, including
eight women, appearing before a
Correctional Court here, operated
an organisation which “supplied |
women for immoral purposes 1c
more than 300 establishments in

import restrictions and a greater |
drive to export to the dollar area,
the net result being some decrease
in south bound tonnage.

The company’s passenger busi-
ness in 1949 was maintained at the
1948 level. The company’s three
passenger vessels maintain regular

Germany.

3. The emergence of Japan—
after the eclipse of Russia in 1917
—as the first Asiatic Power to
challenge white predominance in
the Far East.

To-day Japan lies crushed and
defeated. Her naval base. Naga-

’

By Sefton Delmer

became a republic. The Austro-
Hungarian Empire was split up
into three independent States, two
ot which to-day have Communist
régimes—Czechoslovakia

and
Hungary.
3. The Czar lost his throne,

and Russia vanished for seventeen
years (1917 to 1934) from the
stage of the world Powers.

The German armies which the
Kaiser, had detached from the
Western Front helped Hindenburg
and Ludendorff to turn the defeat
of the Russians at Tannenberg in- |
to the rout of the Masurian
Swamps.

That was a disaster from which
the Czar’s armies never really re-

;a consequence

clear the Greeks out of Asiatic
Turkey. He is successful. And as
of disagreement
between the British and the
French and the general war
weariness of the victor peoples he
is able to force a revision of the
stern peace treaty imposed on
Turkey after her collapse in 1918.

Kemal’s success causes a pro-
found impression in the countries
defeated in the world war or dis-
appointed by what it gave them.

Kemal’s example is followed by
the Japanese in Manchuria (1933)
by Hitler in the Rhineland (1935),
and Mussolini in Ethiopia (1985).

May 3, 1925

PAGE THREE





| 3 Russian
| Satellites
Walk-out

LAKE SUCCESS, Jan, 18
Delegates of the Soviet Union,
Poland, Byelo-Russia, and Czecho-
slovakia all walked out of the
United Nations Economie and
Employment Commission today in
protest against the presence of
the Chinese: Nationalist delegate.

—Reuter.

Argentine And
W. Germany Start
Trade Talks

FRANKFURT, Jan. ic.

Argentina and West Germ.
have started negotiations i. ¢
trade pact, a German Econo-nic
Ministry spokesman said tod

The Argentine delegation i:
headed by Dr. Louis Campes. The
trade agreement will be the firs,
concluded between the West Ger-
man Republic and Argentina.

The last agreement between the
vhree Western Zones of Germany
and Argentina was signed las
April by representatives of the
Allied Military Governments anc
an Argentine delegation, It pro-
vided for an exchange of goods
worth $60,000,000.—Reuter.

Missouri Still
In The Mud

VIRGINIA, Jan.



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4

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oe

SR



18,

Tugs, oil tankers and salvage CHANCES ARETyou have Dry
vessels early today clusterea
round the 45,000-ton Missevri, Scalp if your hair is messy, hard-

the United States only battleship
in acvive commission, as she re-
mained fast on a mudbank in
Chesapeake Bay, where she
! grounded yesterday. i
Naval salvage men were awa’‘t-
ing the arrival of an army dredge?
to aid attempts to free the giant
warship, which twice yesverday
resisted efforts to refloat her |
An unofficial but informed |

|

to-comb, and full of loose dan-
druff. Check Dry Scalp and im-
prove your chances in business
and love by using ‘Vaseline’ Hair
Tonic daily. Loose dandruff dis-

appears because ‘Vaseline’ Hair

{source said the Missouri may have
|yun aground because of orders to
}sail over a secret experimental
|recording device installed last
Friday on vhe bottom of Chesa- |
peake Bay about 50 yards wide of |
| the main ship channel.—Reuler.

9,000 Flee From |

Tonic works with nature—be-
cause it supplements the natural

scalp oils... Try ‘Vaseline’





Hair Tonic today,



Britain returned to the Gold
Standard. This measure, opposed
from the first by the Daily Ex-

Floods In U.S.



press had a disastrous and long- |



ety hit

covered. It started the long train! lasting effect on Britain both | NEW YORK, Jan. 18. |
of reverses which led to the revo- | economically and politically, | Long lines of rescue trucks J
lution of 1917. | August 23, 1939 | rolled out of flood-threatened areas’ iat y a
Ribbentrop flies to Moscow and! in southeast Missouri Stave or | ON ce
August 25, 1917 meets Stalin and Molotov. \ day, loaded with thousands of} :

General Kornilov Commander- |

| refugees from the lowlands of the
| Mississippi River.

The meeting makes war a cer-
tainty for Ribbentrop and the





—,, j
USED BY MORE MEN TODAY THAN ANY
OTMER HAIR TONIC





Belgium and abroad” counsel for
the prosecution declared here to-
day.

The 17 people are charged with
debauchery, theft and debauching
minors, The organisation is oper-
ate 1 from a cafe in the centre of
Brussels and was officially known
as an wmoloyment agency for
elegant waitresses.

The prosecution alleged to-day
that many of the women were of
French nationality.

—Reuter.

U.S. Supports

|French View on Saar

WASHINGTON, Jan, 18.
Secretary of State, Dean
Acheson, said at a Press Confer-
ence today that the United States,
in the negotiation of a Peace

Treaty for Germany, would sup-t| firmness was shown by coppers.

poit the French view that the

Saar should have a certain degree

cf autonomy. oe
He defined the French posjtion

as being that the Saar should be|brought Cape support vo Kaffir

detached from Germany, and
should be financially and econo-
mically integrated with France.
| He said that the political future
|of the Saar should be determined
| by the Peace Treaty, which con~
cludes the war with Germany.
On French plans for the leasing
| of the Saar mines for 50 years,
> said that whatever was done
prejudice a peace





} t . but added that France
ild not take any action which
Ww ld make difficult the egra-
; On Germany into Western
jurope

—Reuter.

weekly sailings from New Orleans,
During 1949, added Mr. White,
the company resumed its south-
bound service from Norfolk,
Virginia; started a fast northbound
service through the Leeward and
Windward Islands; arranged for a
large, modern pier at Baltimore;
and installed refrigerated space on
three big freighters.—B.U.P.

Trinidad Cocoa
Prospects Good

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail) |!

Trinidad cocoa growers expect a
definite increase in the price for
the next crop, based on the prices
paid in Europe, including England,
for the last harvest of 24 dollars
per fanega for estates and 28

saki, is an atom-bombed ruin.

But the battle cry “Asia for the
Asiatics,” has been taken up With
enthusiasm throughout the East.
And with success,

A movement has been launched
which may strike at the roots of
Western prosperity by denying
Europe and the United States the
precious raw materials which
they have been accustomed to
draw from the East.

January 27, 1906 |

The General Election shows a|
landslide defeat of the Tories, and |
a rejection of Joseph Chamber- |
lain’s tariff plan. {

The British public had been
stampeded by the slogan, “Your
bread will cost you more.”

For the sake of a temporary re-
duction in the cost of their break-
fast table, they rejected the tariffs
without which there could be no



dollars for plantation variety.
However, no estimate of the size
of the crop for next year can be
furnished on account of prevailing
weather conditions.

Due to prevailing prices in New
York and Canada, the new rate of
exchange, and the shortage of sup-
plies in coffee producing areas like
Guatemala, the price to be paid
for coffee in the coming season is
also expected to reach unprece-
dented figures.

Heavy market demands for
coffee have already secured orders
in Trinidad for 1,000,000 Ibs. in ad-
vance of actual reapings. New
York and Canadian buyers will
figure prominently in shipments to
be re
Las
3,000,000 pounds was reaped. Of
this, 2,000,9Cv lbs. went to foreign
markets, the remainder being held
for home consumption and inter-
colonial trade.—B.U.P.

Tate And Lyle

Sugar Recovers

LONDON, Jan. 18.

Industrial shares weve dep-essed
by the Labour Party’s election
manifesto published today. This
listed industries scheduled for
Nationalisation in the event of the
present Government being re-
turned to power. Dullness was
widespread in many of the groups
including cements and chemicals.
The only exception was Tate and
Lyle sugar which recovered from
the recent losses when the price
moved higher on _ favourable
press comment,

Early firmness in British shates
was not always held. Final prices



system of Imperial Preference in

Britain.
August 25, 1914

The Kaiser orders two German
army corps and a cavalry divis-
ion to be withdrawn from the
right wing of the German Army
which is blitzing its way through |
France to Paris and the Channel |
ports,

He sends them off to reinforce
the small German army screen-
ing Germany’s eastern marches
against the Russians,

Results of this departure from
the carefully worked out German
war plan were :—

1, Germany lost the world
war, The gap which the with-
drawal of these troops ieft in the

crop, an aggregate of some] German line was exploited by the

British and the French. The
Germans were turned back in the
battle of the Marne and what was
to have been a lightning campaign
became a long drawn out war
which Germany could not win.
2, The Kaiser and his Austrian
ally lost their thrones. Germany



in-Chief of the Russian Army is| Russians sign a non-aggression| As the water level in America’s
called to Petrograd by the Liberal pact for the partition of Poland. | great midwest river basin inched
Prime Minister Kerensky whose| Hitler believes that in view of | upwards, the exodus grew.
provisional Government has re.|this pact the British and the | —(Reuter.)
placed the fallen Czar. French will not fight.

Kerensky wants Kornilov’s | November 13. 1940 " aaeahaninaamniaae
army to help him and the moder-; —yolotoy pays a return visit to |

ate Socialists to put down the €X-! Hitler ana Ribbentrop in Berlin
tremist Bolsheviks led by Lenin. | This meeting makes certain that

_But Kornilov plans to kill three | Hitler will lose the war. Hitler \
pines wich - mee He a “e decides on war against Russia, |
rid Petrograd an ussia not only | and thereby reconstitutes the old
of the Bolsheviks but of Kerensk i

Y | bogey of all German strategists—
and the moderate Socialists as the war on two fronts.
well.

He surrenders Riga to the Ger- November 30, 1943
mans, and marches on Petrograd.; Roosevelt at the Teheran con-
This throws Kerensky and the ference sides with Stalin. He re-
moderate Socialists into the arms! jects Churchill's plan for an An-
of the Bolsheviks “to protect the} glo-American invasion of the |
revolution.” They rearm the Bol-| Balkans to strike at the “under- |

shevist workers and_ soldiers ' belly” of Nazi Germany. This in- |
(whom they had disarmed a few ,vasion plan provided for a joint
weeks earlier) and give Lenin the | British-Russian-American occu-

final impulse which enables the; pation of the territory conquered
Bolsheviks to stage their success- Roosevelt instead, backs Stalin’s
ful October Revolution. | demand for a_ Britisn-American
A new Power is born—the So- | landing in France. He also invites
viet Union—dedicated to the des- Stalin to join in the war against
Aruction of the Western “bour- Japan when Germany is beaten
geois-capitalist” way of life and | Stalin accepts.
the world-wide establishment. of As a result :—

the Bolshevist revolution. 1, Europe has been divided
jinto two, militarily, politically, |

October 20, 1921

Professor Friedrich Bergius |
constructs the first test plant at |
Ludwigshafen in Germany for the
production of oil from coal.

His discovery becomes a major

}and economically.

2. Russia has seized Manchu-
ria, half of Korea, and all she had
lost in the Japanese war. The
| Japanese menace in the Far East |

has been succeeded by the Com- |
munist menace.

factor in deciding German mili- China has already fallen. Few
tarists to risk another war with | o¢ the other newly formed nation-
Britain, . «cu, | alist régimes in the East look more

They calculate that this syn- capable of resisting penetration or

thetic oil fuel, won by the Bergius

: ; overthrow by the strong and de-
process, will substantially supple- |



| termined_Communist totalitarians
| 3. From all territories under
;|Communist rule, Western com-
;}merce and Western interests are
| being systematically expelled. The
| West is beginning to find itself up
| against a situation like that which
jfaced the Mediterranean trading
States after the Turkish Moslems
|had seized Constantinople in the

ment Continental oil resources.

It will they believe give them
independence of oil imports from
overseas and thus ren/ler them
immune from the effects of a
British blockade like that which
brought the Kaiser's Germany
down.

- August 5, 1922

General Kemal Pasha, Comman- | 15th century, and closed the trade }

routes to the East

der-in-Chief of Turkey's last re- ae
London Express Service.

maining army launches a drive to



PERVUKHIN IS
STALIN’S DEPUTY

MOSCOW, Jan. 18.

The Supreme Soviet has ap-
pointed Mikhail Georgievich Per-
vukhin, Vice-President of the
Council of Ministers.

It has released him from the
post of Minister for the chemical
industry, in which he will be
sueceeded by S. M, Tikhomirov.

Pervukhin thus joins Molotov,
| Beria, Andreev, Kosygih, Malen-
| kov, Kaganovich, Malyshev, Kru-
tikov, Yefrehov, and Tevosyan as
Deputy to Marshal Stalin.

‘Conference to Discuss Haiti
—Dominican Differences
HAVANA, pan. 18.

Differences between Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Repub-
lic will be considered by United States Ambassadors here
tomorrow for a three-day conference.

Edward Miller, Assistant Secre- Mr. Miller said that there had
tary of State, said that all matters | already been talks with Cuba con-
affecting agriculture would be! cerning an economic development
considered. He said that the] treaty such as the one recently
United States would support the} signed with Uruguay. These












showed little alteration on balance, —Reuter.

and undertone was fairly firm.

Commodity shares were quiet.)
Rubvers and oils were generally
maintained in small trading, but



Soviet Officials
Too ‘Busy’To Attend



Small cash sales were responsi- |
actiona] losses in Foreign

ae es " 4 : eer etl
ii account! Twelve senior viet officials,
Te igh eile ys | who had been invited to attend a
finai| reeeption given tonight by the
the| three Western High Commission-
| ers, refused to come because “they
; are all extremely busy in con-
nection with railroad troubles.”
Among the invited comers a
General Vassily Chuikov, head o'
£4,500,000 MORE | the Soviet Control Mission, V. S.
LONDON, Jan. 18. |Semonov, his political advisor,
| Neariy 1,000,000 workers in the; and Major General Alexander
| British building trade are to get| Kotikov, Soviet Cormmandant in
la will cost! Berlin

Free Staters and although
prices were under the best,
section closed firm.

—Reuter.

BRITISH BUILDERS GET







| vage increase which Last night, the building
jabout £4,500,000 a year. The in~| of the Soviet-controlled railway
{crease was agreed today by the; administration, located in . the
| joint industrial council for the) American Sector, was occupied on

the instructions of West Berlin
city authorities, who had receiv-
'ed American permission.—Reuter.

building industry, The increase is
made on a scale in accordance
with -the cost of living.—Reuter.

!

“Organisation for American
States,” which is investigating the
differences. It is a regional agency
set up within the United Nations
by the recent Inter-American Con-
ference.



Haiti Denounces
Republic

WASHINGTON, (By Mail)

It was reported from Ha-
vana_ that the Government
of Haiti is preparing vo de-

nounce the neighbouring Domini-
can Republic for alleged complicity
in the abortive attempt in Decem-
ber to assassinate Peresideni' Es-
timo and to overthrow the Gov-
ernment. The Dominican Republic

| bas accused Haiti of permitting
| saboteurs to infiltrate into the
Republic and President Trupilio

esked Congress recently for pow-
ers to declare a state of war in
certain contingencies —B.U.P.

treaties were not indispensabie for
American Aid, but they demon-
strated the United States’ desire to
help generally to assist their Gov-
ernments with finance.

Recognition of military regimes
which had overthrown Democratic

Governments did not imply ap-
proval or disapproval of the
policies of the new regimes, he

continued. To break relations was
inefficient, and would be embar-
rassing to the O.A\S.





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Thursday, January 19, 1950



And Heaven Too?

THE long awaited and much heralded
manifesto of the British Labour Party
published yesterday is a disappointing
document. It comprises a vague list of
slogans and omits important issues from
the consideration of the electorate who will

_ decide in the next five weeks whether they
will continue to commit the destinies of the
nation into the hands of a socialist govern-
ment or give the Conservatives or Liberals
a chance to do better.

The document trumpets the successes
of the British Labour Party without paying
due regard to the outside measures on
which these successes were based. It points
out that Labour has done much already
to bring Great Britain back to her place in
the sun without admitting that the Labour
Party could have done nothing without
American aid. It was ungracious enough
not to acknowledge the help which the
United States has given to Great Britain
and the world generally, especially at a
time when British dependence on that
aid has not yet vanished, and it is still
questionable whether the aid so given has
been used to the best advantage.

There is nothing new in the manifesto
which is a repetition of old and well-used
slogans. It will no doubt appeal to those

lived in the slums in the bad old days
and who under the welfare state have
profited from the change in social condi-
- but it contains little that is con-
tive for the future. It has indeed
nened the door for a realistic and imag-

e programme by the Conservatives.”

native

who





The worthy aim of the manifesto is full
employment for all. But this is to be

achieved against a background of nation-
The manifesto fails to acknowl-



gil "
edve the fact that the only industr) that
of steel—which has escaped nationalisation
is the y prosperous one today. It is also



esting to note that shipping is not to
nationalised.
i this is because the Socialists
have never pretended to be ashamed to
profit from Capitalist countries. nm the
ame way the Colonies have been over-
looked. This proves that the Socialist Gov-
ernment are totally oblivious of their duty
to colonial peoples for whose welfare they
are solely responsible. The people in the
colonies have no vote in the elections and
udging by the Socialist Government's
jandling of the West Indian Sugar question
there will be a bleak future for them if
Labour wins. The Socialists proclaim in the
manifesto that their aim is peace and plenty
for everyone as if this were not the aim of
every government in the history of the
country.

But if their seven points are vague and
noncontroversial and acceptable to all polit-
ical parties, it 1s a fundamental error for
the Socialist Government to attempt ‘to
approach an electorate without some state-
ment of policy on the country's finances.



ox< rahiu
Presumably



How to fill the dollar gap without cut-
ting down the services of the Welfare State
is what the British elector expects to hear
about. Failure to make this plain is an in-
dictment of Labour’s manifesto, Whether
the voter is educated enough to realise this
failure only the election results will prove.



More Fish

A BILL exempting fishing equipment
coming to this island from customs duty
was passed by the House of Assembly at
its last meeting. It will meet with the ap-
proval of the entire community.

At a time when there is diffigulty in
obtaining imports of food because of the
financial policy of the British Government,
it is essential that everything should be
done to increase the protein content 1n that
portion of diet obtainable locally.

The merits of fish as food need no em-
phasis. To catch fish, fishermen must be
encoyraged. The removal of the customs
duty on this fishing equipment will have
the effect of preventing a rise in the cost
of fish; and from this point of view will be
welcomed by all sections of the community.

ec cceeeneneenenliit TT

OUR READERS SAY:

The Preservation Of

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.—May I be permitted, to
offer my. respectful congratulations
ocal Cricket Association
ce in that they have main-
r custom and left out the
§ in their programme for
the cricket matches between B.G
i Bar s next month









T have « advocated the pre- ally essential to human welfare,
ervation of the Sabbath for its and I submit that there are three °U* well being
roper and most valuable uses, very urgent » questions which .. FRANC
sometimes criticised those everybody should seriously con- Chelsea,

who were helping to secularise it,
to bring it down to the common

level of work and play with the

otner

days, so it seems only fair











; 7 The Editor, The Advocate unbiassed, but with ri ay, ©
right’ to express pleasure then and that young people should editor, e Advocate assed, but w a wide scope ; to-day, one word from us and
: ; ; y | : Ss ‘ me 5 ten a ro aH in their term of office, see! = ; S
it is protected. I was sorry be free to take part in them, that -,; s1K,—Local Talent night at the of stage and musical experience. 4 pity they don’ but MS everyone does just what they
to see that the trial games they are better than idling around Globe Theatre reached its climax , pity they don't know when tO please. Is that how the averaâ„¢
to select the island team did not or reading trashy nov ols eee cat with a full house last Friday night , We do not after all, wish to nip stop. The U.S.A. — that great man and w ete te
foll t ime good rule, and ve ry shiced slbadiiven S90 ON when the finalists completed for talented youngsters in the bud by country which does not know of aie et ean to-day
th the Water Polo team in Sabbath “well sr ent” ane be q erst place. a repetition of last Friday night's nationalization but has built up ; tae Tchr 40 5 ee woulda ¢
Tr ielded to their lowe1 very “enjoyable ." oor ieee a My criticism rely discouraging, unintelligent, inex- her position both great and free it te better if we backed out asa
played on Sunday change from the Oy ararkme of 2 the panel il to CUuSable and inexplicable judging. 9” individual enterprise and free Ce EES. Sek Nee wae
: = Eaee cchodl, ce Wek wal diay, 2 the Cedri D V LOCAL *THUSIAST. industry without whose aid Eng- “© © Demdine for fast anyway—@
"tras ioe ee al ay f ' : ; land to-day would be in a sor: econd nation—at least we
F tary i) See 5 é What's Free About It? position and without whom the ie fully
t¢ : : - we ex} labour party could not have ee ;
the matter on acom- young people to understar Nell Hall and Mr. Hall were The. Editor * Advocate we a elgg ity enc Be vlad Not being England for the
i ink >} er ca thing—many an Americar j
el, one would think preciate and practice Christian and e second and third places SIR 5 gg nerican election I rdly say how the
the awing vtec inje +} - T} hiunas ey" ape eoa ‘ wp Bae, J Oo we iend people at Sac rake .
; a the playing socis | virtues unless al This letter is not indicative cf There’ ways be an Eng- money to throw d Aig hink, but believe
ome and re- taught and trained? And the Sab- my pinion alone; f all the land in Glee Ward : me the Dx ms, the colonies |
and body th bath Z t ‘ } : : } : ae» ry- d all th ie
grea I fy asked not _And England shall be free.” thing? It seems B . countries aré
And there " t Tt is how the word f some their money and aid , ed breath
exampi

Tories win,
be all up with us.
If the blankety-



now no force in the cry that there
is not sufficient time during th
week days with shorter hours of
work and many holidays, besides
the weekly halfday.

But let us step up to a larger
view, in agreement with the fre
quent declaration |
ideas and culture are fundament-

sider from that standpoint. These
I beg to put to those who advo-
eate Sunday games outright, and
those who say there is no harm in

By W.

J. Brown. MP

All Lined Up For The
Great Slanging Match

THE effect of an impending
General Election on the rank and
file of the parties is one thing.
Its effect on the leadership of
parties is another and very differ-
ent thing—especially on the lead-
ership of the Socialist Party of
the day.

On the rank and file, the gen-
eral election has the effect of a
Cup Final or a championship
boxing metch. The record, ~nake-
up, end future of each party is
splendid or putrid, according to
oe one supports it or opposes
it.

Never was there so good a Gov-
ernment—or so bad a one. Never
did a Government fulfil (or fail
to fulfil) so many promises.

If the party wins, the result
wili be the immediate establish-
ment of the King-
dom of Heaven on
earth — or a rapid
spin down to perdi-

tion. For the rank
and file there are
no half-tones. All

is black and white.

If the perishing
it will

blank Socialists
win, you may just
as well write Britain off as done
for All according to one’s point
of view. at

But on the party leadership an
impending election on

mood of caution. or ¥
Es says to-day





nay be
held up against it to-morrow, and
that especially if one has Gov-
ernmental responsibility, can be
very embarrassing.

So for some little time past the
been very
fied, about the

1. And now

Tory leadership has
guarded, very qual
Right Road for Bri

|Mr. Morrison beco just

cautious about Labour Believes In
| Britain
Speaking at Lewishar

| he will no more deser

| Micawber ke

Mi
dov

| dit






- yet



iwber) Mir.
, 7 +) r
wn the other

s re






Eight Reports
I HAVE only tt newsp

reports t

> £O 1,
eight reports of t
the socialisation of th

LAST night at a spaghetti salon,







I got to talking with a refe rmed
bootlegger who is cur ly the
Mister Big of a big whisky com-
pany.

“What do you hear from the
mob?” I asked Anything t
would fill up three eets of copy
paper?

The former Man of Extinction
thought a minute

“There’s one story I t
member seeing in pr “ he said.
| “It's about an old man named
Ronowitz who ran a candy store
lon the East Side around the ume
| Dutch Schultz was buying his

st trucks
One night as the
was about to lock up,

ivery



a hoodlum
| stepped into the shop and pressed
a gun against the old ma‘.’s mid-
dle

“Hide me somewhere,” he said

The old man knew better than
to argue with a revolver.

“Who's chasing you he ask-
ed, as he opened the trapdoor
which led to the cellar.

“Some fellas from Jersey.”

When they got to the base-

ment, Ronowitz pointed to a cou-
ple of old mattresses near the
coal bin. “Lay down,” he said,
“and I'll make a sandwich.”

A minute later the storekeeper
had rolled man and mattresses
into a bundle and tied it up with
a piece of old clothesline.

As he started back up to the

store a couple of men, guns in
hand, came down the stairs
“Watcha doin’ in the cellar?”

asked one.

“Bankin the furnace,” said the
old man.

The gents from Jersey
around in the trash barrels, ex-
amined the coal bin and then
came to the rolled-up mattresses

“Pll throw a bullet into them
for luck” said one of them.

“You been seein’ too

poked

many

ecusly disregard
(3) How can

that spiritvuci

His

most

January 17,









storekeeper

people generally to regard seri-
ously the Laws of God, and good
conduct in general, if we frivol-

definite and plain commandments?
blessing of God upon us as a com-
munity if we flout His authority

and rule, and cast away one of
useful f

Local Talent







production, distribution and ex-
change is not so much as men-
tioned in one of them.

As for the programme, apart
frorn the complete absence of any
reference to the development of
imperial resources, it might have
been abstracted from my articles
on this page.

But while Mr. Morrison drops
the slogans of Socialism, and sub-
stitutes the empirical approach to
a hard practical problem other
things are being said by other
wings of the Socialist movement.

Thus this week sees the pub-
lication of Keeping Left — a
pamphlet issued by a group of
Left-Wing Socialist MPs, follow-
ing a meeting and discus#ion at
Oxford.

This new Oxford Movement
talks in a very different strain.
While Mr. Morrison

woos the moderates

the Oxford Group

soothes and solicits

the true Socialists.

Mor e levelling
down, more and
more _ nationalisa-
tion, more and

more of the Plan-
ned Society—that is
the programme of

the Left.

Morrison de-
“We really
undertake

Mr
clares:
cannot

m or e substantial
commitments, how-
ever desirable, un-
til we can be sure
of meeting in all
weathers the com-
mitments we have
already undertaken.
But his colleagues
of t he Oxford
Movement are pre-
pared to undertake



same duality expresses it-
justrial side of the

t. This week the
yn Congress General
ts the assembled
ses of nearly
> unions, will seek
t of its recommenda-
wage claims should
ied for <



and



But, as ‘on the political side, so,



By Billy



movies,” said
try the roof.”

the other.

The mobsters went upstairs and
doo; bang
He banked the fire and waited in
the men

Ronowitz heard the
his store until he saw
climb into a car and drive off.

Then he went back down
untied the mattresses.

“You done fine, Pop,” said the
fugitive, taking a wad of bills out
when

of his pocket
to stop countin’.”

“Tell me

“Such money I don’t take,” said

the old man.”’,

“Ya kin have anything ya waat,
said the gangster, “Make a wish.
three wishes

Better yet, make
like in them fairy stories.”
“Well,” said the

What's on Today

Meeting, Commissioners of
Health, St. Michael at 1.00
p.m.

Meeting, St. Thomas Vestry
at 1.00 p.m.

Cricket Trial Game,
sington at 1.30 p.m.

Meeting, Christ Church Ves-
try at 2.00 p.m.

Ken-





spectively.

one of His very To avoid

we expect the
provisions for

IS GODSON.

1950. .

It is here necessary to emphasise
most strongly
judges who would be completely






















“Let's

and

t storekeeper,
I hear in a couple weeks some

too, on the industrial side, while
those in front cry “Back,” those
behind cry “F ”
Sim

ing unions for a rise of £1 a week.
In their capacity as members of
the General Council, some men

sent claims for increases.

This duality gives rise to an
escapism which finds expression
in demands for “equality of sac-
rifice.” What this means is that
profit should be slashed, whatever
the effect on the national economy.

Mr. Morrison remarked the
other day that American indus-
trial output, was twice as much
per man as English output. Why)
is this? Because the
American wor k-

Mr. Morrison said
that the national
income had to be
expended “without

' overburdening the
economy and wi tho u t over
taxing the incentive and enter-
prise of individuals.” But sim-
ultaneously Sir Will Lawther
issues most categorical and, in-
deed impudent orders to the
Chancellor as to what he is to do
with Mr. Lord.

The difficulty about voting
Socialist at the election is that
nobody who does so will know
what he will be voting for.
WORLD COPYWRIGHT RESERVED.

—London Express Service.

—



Gangsters Always Pay
Their Debts



guy from the West Side is open-
ing a candy store on the next
block.”

“He ain't gonna open,” said
the hoodlum. “Keep talkin’.”’

“The man who sells me my
chocolate syrup, all of a sudden
he wants a 15 per cent mark-up.”

“I'll discuss ‘it with him.
Chances are you'll get a reduc-
tion. One more wish to go—this
time make it good.”

“That’s all L can think of,”
said Ronowitz, “excepting maybe
you'd like to tell me how it felg
when you was in the mattress.’

The gangster’s lips tightened.
“You're makin’ fun of me, Pop,”
he said, “and I don’t like it. I
wanted to pay ya off nice and
proper, ‘but sigce ya don't want
it that way, maybe I better try
somethin’ else.”

Ten minutes later, as per
‘phone instructions from the hood-
lum, a black car drove up and
Ronowitz was pushed into
back seat.

The car headed north and kept
going until it parked near a
wooden bridge somewhere in
Westchester. The driver took
some chains from the luggage
compartment, put a heavy piece
of scrap iron on the old man’s
middle and then lashed his legs
to his chest so the metal was
wedged in between.

“Throw him over when I count
three,” said the hoodlum.

“One———”

“Two- :

The old man braced himself
and wondered who would mind
the store next day.





He walked over and began to
undo the chains.

“Now you got your answer,
Pop,” he said. “That's how I

Whe Sabbath Upheld By Cricket Authorities

that Cedric Phillips deserved drst,
and Nell Hall second place re-

the embarrassment
caused by the behaviour of certain
parts of the audience the next
finalist night should be solely local
talent, and with twelve to fifteen
contestants to lengthen the pro-
gramms there should be no cinema
show. The seats could then be sold
as at plays and concerts with the
balcony least expensive.

locked doors.

this state.

some

the selection of




|



Behind Three Front Doors

By James Leasor

PIGEONS screamed round Transport
House, the Socialist Party's sever.-storey |
headquarters in Smith-square, Westminster.

Up six floors in a tiny, over-heated roan!
Number 153, under a pinned-up photograph
of Keir Hardie, reporters barraged a grey-
haired woman official. She said she was an
information. officer.

“My name? Oh, no,
We don’t believe in
organisation.”

The party’s head information officer,
Arthur Bax, sandy-haired, thin-faced, cas-
ually at ease, came in. Reporters closed in.
He leaned back in his swivel chair.

“Candidates? We've got” 589 candidates
already endorsed, and 24 to come. Forty are
women. When Parliament is dissolved every
MP. makes for his own constituency—
pronto,

“We are fighting on full employment,

social service, fair shares for all.
“Confident of success? Course we are—just

I can’t give you that
personalities in the

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from the “doubtful”
thusiasm most needs whipping up.

Under the Representation of the People Act,

election expenses have new limits. |

dates in county elections may spend £450,|

plus 2d. for every elector on the constitu-

ency roll.

Not so lucky are candidates in borough S
%
s

Mr. Bax swings round in his chair to give

with passages, has also balconies, arches.

January 1, 1949, is being allowed to pay
anything at all towards his election expenses,
since the report on party organisation by Sir

like the other fellows.”

“Send Mr. Attlee” will be a certain request
districts, where en-

All expenses are borne by the local parties. ;



Candi-

constituencies: They are allowed to spend

the firm answer: All gifts to the fight, of
money or services or what-have-you, must
be counted as expenses.”

the Westminster tan
%
%
‘

Abbey House,

quarters of the Tories, is having its face
lifted. Steel
chisels chink and peck at the smoky stone.

scaffolds cluster round it,

Inside, there is a lot of bustling from room

to room. Outside most doors yesterday were
coal scuttles filled with ashes.

The place used to be an hotel, is warrened

Press Officer Gerald O’Brien, burly,|¥ tees
emooth-suited, slow of speech, has his office | ¥
high up in the building. It is spartanly | } -
furnished, A china sculpture of Mr. Church- Stansfield Scott & Co L
ill—the sort of thing you see in gift shops— | $4946604490066s0006GS0CGOSSOSSsssuGeR

is on the mantelpiece.

“Qur policy in a few words? This. Mr.

Churchill recently quoted Sir Hartley Shaw-
cross as saying: ‘We are the masters now.

Mr. Churchill went on: ‘Should it-be that |!
the burden comes to us, we shall say: “We|
are your servants.”’ That’s our policy.”

about 60 “Tory-Liberals.”

The Tories field 625 candidates, ssn

Local associations have booked halls up

and down the country. Fair-haired Joan |
Dodd, who arranges the lists of top-ranking |
speakers available for the meetings, has been!
working “morning, noon and night, seven |
days a week.”

No Tory candidate who was adopted after

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David Maxwell Fyfe’s Committee,

being printed. |

the |
writers rattle. Heads pop round the door. |

“We have been ready for this election since






Suddenly the gangster grinned.

felt when I was in the mattress.’
—L.E.S.



What I, and I guess quite a few
other people might ask is—free!
what's free about it.

Britain to-day is about as free
as a man in jail behind double
How is it that Eng-
land the Mother
home of the free, came to te in
Not even her children
—as we might call her colonies
—care very much about her and in
cases positively
Britain and all things British.

Nationalization — The Labour
Party may have done some good

Masses of pamphlets and booklets are now |
In Abbey House telephones ring and type-
Mr. O’Brien leans forward over his desk. |

November. There’s no question of our having
to gallop up to the post to start.

The central offices of the Liberal Party
are divided into three parts. They are on
both sides of Gayfere-street, S.W.1, are listed |
as the Liberal Central Association, the Party
Organisation, an& Literature.

A Dictaphone is on his desk, a tray of |
coloured pins for sticking in-maps “to report
progress.” On the wall hangs a list of all the
candidates. Beside each name is a coloured



disc ready to be flipped down for victory.
In a room on the first floor back sits grey-

haired, black - suited deputy - chairman

Edward Martell. He is shortish, brusque.



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ments, sort of nation but as a
free and independent country
proud of her name as Mother of
democracy and her place in the
world.” We have no place that
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_ guunsDAY, JANUARY 1

9, 1950



‘Adams Should Join

Bustamante In

Sugar

Fight

—SAYS MOTTLEY

Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the House of Assembly and
> ‘Dresident of the Barbados Labour Party, should join the

Hon'ble A. Bustamante, President of Jamaica Labour

Party

= ming the fight with the British Ministry of Food
in re-eimunerative price for West Indian Sugar.

F was expressed by Mr.
1b Mottey, M.C.P. and Presi-
“of the Caribbean Workers
when he was interviewed
py the “Advocate” in connection
‘with the report of the outcome of
: talks which the delegation
To B.W. Sugar Producers had
Or, the Ministry of Food. A
release from the delegation
plished in yesterday’s issue
of the “Advocate”.
: _ Adams said that as a
= aes the Executive Com-
she preferred to oe nothing
/ t Committee met.
kg members of the House
‘gho commented were Mr. O. T.
and Mr. F. E. Miller.
other members were asked
» comment, but declined to do so.

Mr. Mottley said that he was

surprised at the attitude
aed py the British Govern-

nent after the expressed indiffer-

; of Mr. Rees-Williams, one
Under-Secretaries of State,
nen he definitely stated that his
asle interest was in seeing that the
British working people got things
cheaply as possible, or words
o that effect.

While he was not surprised, he
shocked to think that the
fish Government, in order to
cape their economic responsi-
bility. to the colonies by way of
ying a proper price for sugar,
d have abandoned with such
nscrupulous completeness the
Nast shreds, not only of honour,
ut of common decency.

Indeed, the Press release of the
Welegation of the B.W.I. Sugar
roducers’ Association as appeared
yesterday’s “Advocate”, re-
inded one of the Chamberlain
ent in 1938 when” they
re playing for time. Surely
British statesman today, if he
d so be called, should realise
tt West Indians were grown up
mople, and were not so easily



































































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Loyalty

“Tf ever the loyalty of the people
f the West Indies had been
ined,” said Mr. Mottley, ‘‘it
sin this crisis, bearing in mind
it we are faced with the effects
devaluation and have to buy,
in the majority of cases, from the
jing area at uncontrolled

”
Se

“Relative to the suggestion by the
try of Food to the effect that
¢ Labour Movements in the
t Indies would support the
inistry in enforcing a low price
for sugar, Mr. Mottley said that
it was a sure indication that
many of the leading Ministers
iid people in England did not
id West Indians of today.

¢

"He was indeed pleased, but not
tall surprised at the stand which
. G. H. Adams, Leader of the
é, and President of the Bar-
Labour Party, had taken
the matter.

Mr. Mottley said that as was
yn he had moved during the
fesent session of the Legislature,
0 addresses in the House of
mbly in connection with the
situation.

had since had a resolution
bd at a Mass Meeting of the
aribbean Workers’ Union under
auspices of the Barbados
tors’ Association, and he was
red to stand firmly behind
movement, Labour or other-
» not only in Barbados but

uady Rodney’

ives Here

S. Lady Rodney arrived at
dos yesterday with a variety
; cargo from Trinidad.
Beef-fores, hinds—veal, prime
bats, tongues, calf livers, tripes,
h, frankfurters were all in
wonable . quantities. From
also arrived 2,000 tins
orated milk, flavouring
fresh fruit and canned
marmalade, fibre.
brought from the ports
own and Kingstown, St.
and Grenada included
butter, patent medicines,
Machinery, books, green-

@Tace horse owned by Hon.
e, M.L.C,

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mey began to load’ yes-
puncheons of molasses
vl ip of rum for
also general cargo for
British Northern Islands.
leaving tonight at 9 o'clock
muda, Boston and Mon-
British Northern Islands.
ardiner Austin & Co.,
agents, '

oolboy Injured

* about 4.35 p.m. yesterday
Row occurred on St. Mich-
W, Opposite the Fort Royal
ons tween the motor car
sla 'oWRed and driven by Bel-
ll, St C. Searley of Orange
dan on a bicycle,
en by

Batles Those, Y a schoolboy,
n) w...aS taken to the Gen-
® Hospital Suffering from in-

May 700

bicycle was slightly dam-

OVERLOADED BUs:

4 MUST Pay 29).

0: 20/. 5
sj = a and 1/- costs
Bene at on Ernest Johnson,
Orsi, sae, yesterday by His
Was { rH A. Talma, when

nt Suilty of allowing
' ‘srg “Ve passengers to it
so 10. the "bus G.140 on

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in any part of the West Indies to
fight the sugar question.

Non-Party Issue

As he had pointed out in the
House, he likened the question of
Securing a remunerative price for
West Indian sugar as a non-party
issue, and he felt that it was the
duty of all to unite in the fight.
He had also likened it to the
Foreign Policy of England in time
of war.

Finally Mr. Mottle sai,
he would reiterate a te es tee
said in the moving of his last
address in the House about sugar.
and that was that Mr. G. H.
Adams’ standing with the Home
Government should have been
used by the local Government to
assist the sugar delegation in
England while he was there.

“I hope it is not too late for
Mr. Adams to join Mr. Bustamante
and the sugar delegation to re.
or the issue, as upon sugar, and
caidas received for it, “we live

Mr. Allder a member of t
Labour Party, said that while he
was not a friend of the B.W.I
Sugar Producers’ Association, he
was forced to join in resenting
the refusal of the Ministry of
Food in not giving a better price
for West Indian sugar.

Such a refusal haq shown very
clearly to the patriotic peoples of
the West Indies that the milking
of these colonies which was carried
on in the seventeenth and
eighfeenth centuries to bolster the
internal economy of Great Britain
was still being practiced, ,

Miseries

“I think that all sections in the
colonies should come together to
carry on the struggle for the re-
opening of discussions with the
Ministry of Food. Failing to do so
would further add to the miseries
which the masses in the colonies
suffer,” said Mr. Allder.

It might be made plain, he said,
that as it had been found neces-
sary to stop the Communist bear
from prowling the States of the
Middle East and Asia, by offering
the people economic assistance, it
was just as necessary to do the
same to the peoples of the West
Indies whose allegiance to the
British Crown has prevented so
far the infiltration of the Com-
munist doctrine.

Mr. Miller another member of
the Party said that the fact that
the talks between the sugar dele-
gation of the British West Indies
and the Ministry of Food had not
reached a satisfactory conclusion
was a source of disappointment
and regret. On the other hand he
felt that the British Government,
constituted as it was at present,
would do nothing to hurt the West
Indies, knowing that their
economy was bound up with sugar.

He felt that fate had ill-timed
the arrival of the sugar delegation
in England and they could hardly
expect that a Government facing
a grim election would be prepared
to tell people in England that they
would have to increase the price
of sugar which like matches is an
everv home commodity.

The fact that the British Gov-
ernment was spending so much
money on the colonies on Develop-
ment nd Welfare schemes could
hardly be associated with any
attempt to pay an uneconomic
price for sugar. After the elec-
tions, matters would be speedily
put rivht, he believed.



Invalid Hears Voice
“Rise And Walk!”
—SHE OBEYS

VATICAN CITY, Jan. 18

Thousands of pilgrims had to-
night already gathered in Rome
for the beatification on Sunday by
Pope Pius of Father Vincenzo
Pallotti, who died 100 years aga
to the day, after founding vhe
Society of the Catholic Aposto-
late.

By the time of the ceremony,
the firs’ beatification of tha
Catholic Churches Holy Year,
fome 1,200 pilgrims are expected
to have arrived from ‘Germany,
600 from Switzerland, 750 from
Austria, 50 from Ireland and
England, i6 from the United
States, Canada and Honduras, six
from Australia, five from Brazil,
and six from Uruguay. ;

Thousands more pilgrims are
expected from all parts of Italy.
Among the German pilgrims is
expected to be 50-year-old Frau
Margherita Sannder from the
little Bavarian town of Naburg.
She is regarded as an example of
“one of the most beautiful mira-
cles in the annals of the Catholic

rch,” s
se 17 years bedridden with
a sclerotic complaint and a few
weeks of prayer to Father Pal-
lotti, she heard a voice command -
ing her to “rise and walk.” She
did.—Reuter.



Negligent Driyer
Fined; Appeals

FRANK LAYNE of Fairfield,
Black Rock, was fined £5 to be
paid by monthly instalments of
£1 per month or in default one
month’s imprisonment when he
appeared before His Worship Mr
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for
driving the motor lorry M; 1836
in a manner dangerous to the
public on November 30. His
licence was also to be endorsed

He appealed.

THE



ABOVE is the scene of an accident in Trafalgar Square yesterday

evening between the motor car X-266, owned and driven by Mr.
Colin Goddard, and a bicycle, owned by Messrs. A. E. Taylor and

ridden by Frank Gooding.

The left head-lamp of the car and the frofit wheel of the cycle

were smashed.



Hurricane Warning System
Will Be Improved

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail).

Action on the recommendations of the meeting of meteor-
ological experts held in Barbados in August last is being
hastened in order to implement as many as possible of the
suggestions before the 1950 hurricane season starts.

“Investigator”
Caught 1,300
Flying Fish

THE biggest catch of 1,300
flying fish for the “Investigator”
was made on Tuesday about
north west of the island. Six
dolphins and two small sharks
were also brought in.

Encountering fierce winds on
her return the “Investigator”
stood up well as she forged ahead
in the choppy sea.

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
Officer, told the Advocate that the
“Investigator” is a research boat
and was not made to compete in
the catching of fish with other
fishing boats as is widely believed.
The amount of fish caught is
incidental.



¢

He also said that the usefulness
of the gill net was demonstrated
and recently 135 fish were caught
in one gill net and cleared along-
side of the wharf. There were
many fishermen present.

The Bendix depth recorder
which is yet to be installed on
the “investigator” will te used in
the charting of several fishing
banks around the coasts as well
as for spotting fish.

It will also determine where
they are and how deep and what
the grouping is. It is one of the
most modern instruments used
today. on fishery boats,



—_

The Duties Of
Trees Inspector

THE duty of the Inspector of
Trees is to see, at least once a
year, that certain trees are care-
fully and successfully planted,
cultivated, protected and _ kept
alive and in a growing condition.

This statement is disclosed un-
der Section 7 of the Preservation
of Trees Act, 1907-10. The Section
states that the duties of the In-
spector of Trees is to visit, when
so often as he thinks fit, the lands
set forth in plots, filed with the
Parochial Treasurer of the parish
as under trees, and test the
accuracy of the returns and state-
ments made, and see that the
trees are carefully and success-
fully planted, cultivated, protec-
ted and kept alive and in growing
condition, and report thereon
from time to time as he shall’
consider necessary, but at least
once every year, to the Vestry
appointing him, showing whether
the returns made remain and are
correct, and whether the trees are
carefully and successfully planted,
cultivated, protected and kept
alive and in a growing condition,
according to the intent and mean-
ing of this Act.

Section 8 states that the In-
spectors of Trees should report
to the House of Assembly in
February avery year and also to
the Vestry.

Section 12 states that the
Vestries shall allow and pay to
their Inspector of Trees out of
the funds of the parish, such sum
as they shall think proper, not
exceeding two shillings and two
pence per annum for each acre
of trees such Inspector of Trees
is under this Act required to
inspect and report upon.



italian Government
Charges Paper

MILAN, Jan. 18.
The Italian Gevernment has
preferred charges of “prejudicing
public order” against the Direcvor
and three of the staff of the
Illustrated Weekly “Oggi.”

They will be tried on January
28 for publishing pictures and
an interview with the Sicilian
“King” bandit Salvatore Guiliano.
“Oggi’s” correspondents were
Guiliano’s guests in his mountain
stronghold and came back with
a remarkable series of photo-
graphs.—Reuter,
Death By Misadventure
WOLVERHAMPTON, Jan. 18,

A Wolverhamptong coroner to-
day found that five-year-old
Sammy Poole, discovered dead in
a canal after being missing for 19
days died by drowning from “mis-

adventure.”

The Coroner said it cou'd be as-~
sumed that Sammy left home
iyring Christmas Day and went
fields near
He pre bably crossed
lock gates and in doing hit
head on the side of the lock

“There is not sufficient evidence
he got into the
must be left open

— (Reuter )

to some playing
canal. the

oO his

prove how

water, and tnat

he added

the

Revealing this to the Press yes-
terday, Mr. Lawrence W. Cramer,
Secretary General of the Carib-
bean Commission, under the aus-
pices of which the Barbados
meeting was convened, said that
he had communicated with the
Caribbean territorial governments
on the various recommendations,
and that it was hoped to call an-
other meeting, probably in June

this year, to proceed on their
implementation.
The recommendations, Mr.

Cramer said, had also been re-
viewed by Dr. F. W. Reichelder-
fer, President of Regional Com-
mission IV of the International
Meteorological Organisation, and
his comments on them had been
conveyed to the area governments

Dr. Reichelderfer, referring to
the danger of dissemination of
hurricane warnings by unauthor-
ised persons, had stated that this
is largely a problem for the indi-
vidual governments.

“It is generally understood in
the United States and its ter-
ritories,” Dr. Reichelderfer
wrote, “that the official source
of information regarding hurri-
canes and storms is the Weather
Bureau; and, while the Bureau
encourages the employment of
private meteorologists as ad-
visers and consultants in busi-
ness and industry, the people
have come to rely almost en-
tirely on the official meteoro-
logical service as the authentic
source of all warnings and ad-
vices regarding emergency
weather conditions.”

Dr. Rgichelderfer also express-
ed the opinion that much can be
done in the Eastern Caribbean
area, through the Press and radio,
to acquaint the people with the
official source of hurricane infor-
mation,

Radio At Sea

The meteorologists at Barbados
had also recommended that small
craft and coastal vessels should
carry a suitable radio receiver to
enable reception of broadcast ad-
visories. Larger vessels are re-
quired by the Safety of Life at
Sea Convention to carry radio
equipment, but Dr. Reichelder-
fer agrees that small craft should
be encouraged to do so also. The
matter, he feels, is one of educa-
tion among the owners, and lends
itself admirably to a programme
thajt could be initiated by the
local governments in the area.

A further recommendation that
coastal and harbour radio tele-
phone systems should be consid-
ered as means of contacting small
vessels is, in Dr. Reichelderfer’s
opinion, dependent on _ traffic
density, and a question for the
various port authorities to decide,

Mid-June

The Conference, Mr. Cramer
said, had also discussed the mea-
sures for the protection of life
and property, and had recom-
mended those territorial govern-
ments which have not already
taken such action, to establish a
hurricane relief organisation.

Mr. Cramer also said that he
had been directed to arrange for
holding an annual meeting of the
Directors of the meteorological
offices in the Eastern Caribbean.
The date would be fixed in con-
sultation with Dr. Reichelderfer,
as the meeting would be under
the technical direction and guid-
ance of Regional Commission IV
of the International Meteorologi-
cal Organisation. It was likely
that mid-June would be chosen as

the date of the meeting.

‘Devonshire’
Arrives Feb. 7

With about 250 cadets on board,

including several representing
Dominion Navies, the cruiser
Devonshire (Capt. H. Stokes,

C.B., D.S.C., R.N.,) has left Ply-
mouth for her Spring training
cruise. The ship is to spend near-
ly two months in the West Indies,
during which she will visit Trini-
dad, Barbados, Jamaica and other
islands, and then steam across the
‘Atlantic to Gibraltar before re-
turning to Plymouth on April 3.

Her programme is as follows: —

Trinidad (Point a Pierre) Jan-
uary 26—27.

Grenada January 27—February

Barbados February 7—16,

Trinidad (Port-of-Spain) Feb-
ruary 17—~22

Beef Island Fel 24
March 3

Kingston March 6—14.

Gibraltar March 27-31

Plyn pril 3

1outh Ay

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

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PARISH
ROUND-UP

St. Michael:
Department,
annual

The Public Works

as part of ther
programme, are now
carrying out general repairs to
Glendairy Prison, The Mental
Hospital, and the Central Live-
stock Station at the Pine.

The Highways & Transport have
Started reconditioning the St.
Barnabas Road. They are also
building roads for the Pine Hous-
ing Scheme and roads for the Bay
Housing Estate.

Christ Church: Preparation
work for the new runway at Sea-
well is being carried out by the
Highways & Transport. At present
they are moving the water main
and cable.

St. James: During the past
week this Parish has experienced
some very high winds. These
winds caused the sea to be rough
and very little fish were caught.
A few flying fish were brought
ashore occasionally. Constant light
showers were also experienced
nearly every day for the past few
days.

The Highways & Transport are
getting ahead with building a new
site in this parish for the rock
crushers. The rock crushers are
expected to be removed from their
present site in Bridgetown.

It is understood that they were
complaints about the dust blowing
about the City when the rock
crushers are in action. The Parish
is also expected to get its road
roller very soon,

St. George: Bulkeley Factory,
it was learnt yesterday, is ex-
pected to start grinding cane about
the second week in February. The
12 or more Estates that supply
this factory with cane all show
promising crops. January rains
have helped the crop very much.
Because of the rains this month
many factories will be able to
start later than had been antici+
pated, ;

Cane Crops at Fair View Plan-
tation caught fire on three occa-
sions this week, once on Monday
and twice on Tuesday, and burnt
92 holes of first crop ripe canes.
The canes are the property of
the trustees of Mr. Gale of the
same plantation.

The first fire occurred about
6.15 p.m. when five holes of canes
were burnt. The other two fires
started about 12.45 p.m. and 1.10
p.m. and burnt 22 and 63 holes
of canes respectively.

St. Philip. The Public Works
Department is carrying out gen-
eral repairs to Ragged Point Light-
house, The Government In-
dustrial Schools are also benefiting
by these repairs.

St. Thomas. The Porey Spring
Bridge, which was badly damaged
by heavy rains is now being re-

paired by the Highways” and
Transport Department, while
tenantry roads at Blunts and

and Arthur Seat are being con-
structed by the Highway Com-
missioners of the Parish.

Houses at Rock Hall, Hillaby
and Welchman Hall, which were
damaged “by flood waters during
the night of August 31 and Sep-
tember 1, are being repaired by
the Churchwarden from Funds
provided by Government.

The January rains have revivec
the canes in this Parish for the
coming crop and the young plants
are making rapid progress.
Peasants and Plantation Owners
alike are all very much surprisec
to see the rapid growth during
this month.

Ridgeway and Welches Planta-
tions show good signs of promising
tomatoe crops.

District “D” Police Station
being generally repaired by
Publie Works Department.

St. Andrew. Throughout
Holiday. Season motor vehicle
owners of this Parish and neigh-
bouring Parishes were making use
of the Rocklyn Service Station at
Belleplaine.

The Service Station began sell-
ing gas on Christmas Eve Day, and
from that it has been patronised
by people from St. Andrew, St.
Peter, St. Lucy and St. Joseph.

During the Holiday Season the
Station even sold gas to vehicles
from St. Michael which were
tourins the country and ran short
of fuel.

The Department of Highways
and Transport are continuing re-
pairs to Cherry Tree Hill and haye
started repairs on Chaulky Mount
Road and Coggins.

They have also started pre-
liminary work on the Lakes Bridge
which leads from Haggatts to the
sea below Chalky Mount, A
civersion was built beside the olc
bridge in order that traffic coulc
still use the road.

This Department expects to
start work on the St. Simons—St
Judes Road.

St. Luey. The Department of
Highways and Transport is ex-
pected to start two more Tenantry
Roads in this parish. One wil!
start at Rock Hall and the other
at Salmons.

is

the



“Integrity Of West
Europe Is Vital”

LONDON, Jan. 18.

Lord Viscount Montgomery, per-
manent Military Chairman of the
Western Union Commanders-in-
Chief Committee, said here to-
night that the master plan for
co-operation within the group of
Western democracies “must con-
tain plans for the military
recovery of the nations of Western
Europe.

Those nations must be assured
that the whole group regards the
integrity of Western Europe as
definitely vital for the safety of
Western civilisation, and that the
whole group would, if necessary,
fight to preserve the area intact.”

—(Reuter.)

THERE MUST BE NO
DANGER IN GAMBLING

NICE, Jan. 18
The Nice Casino Owners to-day
filed

against the Mayor of Nice, al-
leging dangers caused by the/
Municipal Open Air Theatre|
alongside the “Promenade Des |
Anglais”. “Our main resources



come from gambling and our cli-
en/ are being lost to open air|
pleasures,” the writ said. |

— (Reuter.) |



the] ¢



a writ for 10,000,000 rar

St. Mary’s Old Boys
Meet Tonight

MEETING for the first time in|
the New Year, the St. Mary’s Old
Boys’ Association will be present-
ed with the Progress Report
and a Statement of the Financial
Position of the Association at the
3list December, 1949, by the
Provisional Council tonight.

The meeting takes place at the
Old School Room, Mason Hall
Street and it begins at 7.30
o’clock. All Old Scholars are in-
vited and are requested to be
punctual.

Bernhard
Cancels Trip

PORT-OF-SPAIN, (By Mail)

Prince Bernhard of the Nether-
lands has cancelled his visit to
Trinidad, planned for February 20.
The Dutch Consulate is silent on
the reason, but the local press
suggests it is partly because of
Trinidad’s masked carnival on
February 21.—B.U.P.



25 Years Ago

(Barbados Advocate, January
19, 1950)

Barbados Team To Play Open-

ing Match With Jamaica
AT A MEETING of the Selection

Committee, comprising Messrs.
H. B.G. Austin M.C.P,, P. A.
Goodman, C. A. Browne, P. H.

Tarilton, G. Challenor, on Satur-
day last, the following gentlemen
were selected to play the opening
match against the Jamaica side:

H. B. G. Austin (Capt.), FL L.
Archer, L. S. Birkett, C. A.
Browne, C. F. Browne, G.

Challenor, R. Challenor, H. F. K,
Greaves, H. C. Griffith, E. L. G.
Hoad, H. W. Ince, K. Mason, and
P. H. Tarilton,

The Barbados Team For
Trinidad

The Selection Committee at the
meeting Saturday last selected
the following gentlemen to re- |‘
present Barbados in the Inter-
colonial Tournament to be played
at Trinidad next month: H. B. G.
Austin (Capt.), L. S. Birkett,
C. A, Browne, C. F. Browne, G.
Challenor, H. F. K, Greaves, H. C.
Griffith, Dr. L. C. Hutson. E. L. G.
Hoad, H. W. Ince, J. M. Kidney,
and K. Mason,



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LATE FOR XMAS BUT

ALWAYS WELCOME

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tins and 1%-lb. Boxes
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Callard & Bowsers Celebrat-

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BUTTERSCOTCH in Pack- $
ages and Tins

Price 21c., 34¢., 45c., 70c.

CADBURY'S BOURNVILLE

& DAIRY MILK CHOCO-
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Price $1.12 & $1.20 tin.
Cans CHEESE CRISPS
4/3 tin
— Also —

A beautiful assortment of
Fancy Biscuits in decorated
tins by Jacob, Crawford,
Huntley & Palmer and Peek

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genuine ‘Vaseline’ Petroleum Jelly is sold in Barbados only in pots,
tubes and tins each bearing the trade mark ‘Vaseline,’ and that any
other type of box or paper wrapping does not contain genuine ‘Vaseline’
Petroleum Jelly.

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1950

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PUBL NOTICES

——————_—_—
NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER
The 2 bridges in the section of roa

leading trom Boscobel Chapel Hill to the
Week Sun. Bultic are too weak to carry hea.
: $1.00 1.26 bea and are closed to such traffic
«NCEMENTS | c eavy traffic using same do so at their
0 per word } i HOUSES own risk. ”
SALE | TWO LARGE BEDROOMS-—At O-cett By order of the Commissioners.
” ro S| Rey St. on the sea, near Woodside > B. H. CHALLENOR,
} | working persons. 19.1.50—1n Inspector of Highways,
j st Peter
sg) HOUSE—At Worthing Golf Club Ra aera
per 48 » | 2 bedrooms, Apply Andrew Evelyn
3 Golf Club Rd, or Dial 8440, NOTICE
17.1.50—4n.
08 ASHTON-—On Se. We beg to thank our customers for
Church. Fully eeuioes ue past patronage and to advise that we
Sour rooms, Drawi con M8} shall not be receiving any Laundry at
te tine loam vee oe ase and Dining} our establishment after today, as we are
to eee overlooking the sea, closing same on the 3ist. inst. All those
os ” a“ 1.20] 3607 or oart ee Dial} having Laundry there ‘are requested to
Paid » 15.1,50—-5n eall for ame on or before 25th inst.
enna su vu
+6 FLATS fully furnished with Refrig- * ings elit tela
4 - y5v | STator and linen at Indramer, Worthing, :
; , ete
charge (itonday) Dial 8364. 13.1, 50—t.f.n.
SADVOCATE (Mo (——_—_ NOTICE
’
PURLIC ES Estate
SAL EMILY FLORENCE JORDAN
Saas (Deceased)
HG. at his resi- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
nstone,” Rockley. His| 9F Ac ESTATE persons having any debt or claim agains








































will leave

; gtoute, Ralph G.

Stoute.
Stoute, Edgar 19.1.50—In





THANKS

pathised with us
dear Father EDMUND A. GRA-

Enid, Joseph, John, Inez; Basil
A 19.1.50—In



IN MEMORIAM

y of our dear hus

rer JORN NURSE who wa:

on the 19th of January 1942
assy fades and life departs

I live forever in our hearts.

Nurse's family



19,1.50—1n
D Mott
ory of my Dear Mothe
: LIE SPRINGER who de
January 19th 1945
ae have passed since that sac




dea ir mother was called awa)
any: Sleeping; Resting; at last,
Toils are ended;
are passed;
; She suffered;
tience she bore
PGod called her home;
ffe: more.
lord aetiget (husband); Barry
Bdgar (Sons) Clara; Mirram

5) Grandchildren
19.1.50—In
ing memory of our dear Mother
d-Mother EMILY MORRIS whe
January 19th 1947

and care could death prevent,
days on earth would still be

Goc Himself knew what was best,
her to Eternal Rest

to be remembered by Mr. Clifforu
(01 s. Esteile Morri
Mer-in-law); Miss Gertrude Mor
Emestine Morris, (Grand child
18.A. Mrs. Gwendolyn Fort
) Mrs, Perle Yearwood, Mz
Forte (Grand-Children)
M4 mod (Son-in-law) Miss
Yearwood, Great-Grand
Ph 19.1, 50—-1n

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Ing memory of DORIS the be-

Wife of CARLTON HOLDER who
d to rest on January ivin iva

Memory of the Just is Blessed

we tnink of you wuasy

wife a loving mother

nory will live with us forever,

. “Shenstone” at 9
‘sm, to-day for the Westbury Ceme-

Stoute,

unde: ed beg through this
vce au those who attended

ds, wreaths or in
Pethiond in our

wement owing to the death



nals
“THE MALL", (Near Waterford Estate)
St. Michael, Pleasant old world property
standing in approx. 2 acres of pleasant
and quite private Srounds flanked by
Sugar cane, 2 reception, 3 bedrooms
large verandah, double Garage, stabling
servants’ quarters, court-yard ete. This
property is offered at a very reasonable
figure making it an attractive renovation
proposition. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agents, Auctioneers & Survey-
ors, Plantations Building,, Phone 4640.
18.1,50—1n

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley
St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
‘arge ballroom, Dining room library,
fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-
ing to residential club. For details
Apply to Bradshaw & Company.

4.1.50.—t.f.n

————

Offers in writing are invited for 21,150
square feet of land situate in Sobers
Lane, Bridgetown, and having a frontage
of 118 feet on Sobers Lane and at present
under tenantry.

For further particulars apply to the

Hill.

indersigned,

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.
7.1.50—6n
———
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bed-rooms, two baths,
| electricity, water, on the sea, own pri-
vate bathing beach, 1% acres of Jand,
| “egetable Garden, 8 miles from’ Bridize-
town, in St. James, Enquire Sandyfields,
| Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the pre-

St.

mises, James,

, 17.1.50—2n
————————————
PROPERTY; House and Land, Almond
Grove near Roaches Plantation, St. Lucy
Cam be inspected any day in the wee.
on application to Mr, P. Kell, n,
P & H. Homestead, Paynes Bay, st.
James, 18.







The undersigned will offer for sale a
heir Office No. 17 High Street, Bridge
town, on Friday, 20th day of Januar
1950, at 2 p.m,

the Estate of Emily Florence Jordan,
Deceased, formerly of Gill's Road, in the
Parish of Saint Michael, in this’ Island
who died at Brooklyn, New York City
in the United States of America on th
2nd day of October 1949, are hereby
required to send in particulars of the:
claims duly attested to the Undersignec
C/o Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Go., No. 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on or beforr
the-10 day of March 1950, after whict
date I hall proceed to distribute the
assets of the Estate among the partie
entitled thereto, having regard to the
debts and claims only of which I sha:
then have had notice and that 1 shal
not be liable for assets so distributed t
wny person of whose debt or claim J
shall not have had notice at the time o
such distribution,

AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay.

Dated this 3rd day of January, 1950

LINDSAY E. R. GILL,
Qualified Executor of the Wul of
Emily Florence Jordan, deceased

5.1.50—4n.

TAKE NOTICE

“MELLO-KREEM”

That Roberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michae:
Barbados. B.W.I. has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in connection
with “Table Margarine” and will be
entitled to register the same after on:
magnth from the 18th day of January
1950 unless some person shall. in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to m
at my office of opposition of such regis
tration. The trade mark can be see
on application at my office,

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag
19.1,50—31

TAKE NOTICE

“GLOW-SPREAD”



The messuage or Dwelling Hous
called “PARKVILLE” and the lanc That Reberts Manufacturing Co
thereto, containing 1,829 square fee Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michne|
situate at White Park opposite The Bar- | Garbados, B.W.I. has applied for th
bados Foundry, registration of a trade mark in con
Inspection any day except Sunday nection with “Table Margarine’ an
between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 pen will be entitled to register the same

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
5.1.50—8n
—_—————
THE undersigned will offer for Sale at
their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge:
town, on Friday 20th day of January,
1950 at 2 p.m,
The Dwelling House called “ARNE,
avd the land theretd, containing 4,33v

after one month from the 18th day of
January 1950 unless some person shai
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of oppisition of suci
registration. The trade mark can b
seen on application at my office.

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.)
19.1.50—3n



Holder (Husband) Merie, Lucy, Sreeee nent situate at 9th Avenue LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
eky fami “| ‘°P)s) The Dwelling House comprises Gallery, The application of ESTELLE HOPE
a te friend) 19.1.50—1n | Prawing & Dining Rooms, 2 Bedroo:ns, | of Chapel Street, St. Peter the purchaser
; e s ‘ one with Sreemine: rede and Type of Liquor License No. 711 of 1950 evant»
i : 1 ny »| vater in each, last room, Kitch- | ed to Theophilus Hope in respect o e
MAYERS a En be. enette, Toilet and Bath. centre es of the ground floor of a
19th January, 1941. Gas installed; Servant’s room and | three storey wall building at Chureh St
hat death can sever Garage in Yard. St. Peter and to use said License at such
Aguile Inspection any day except Sundays, | described premises,
epee you are. cane, vs between thé hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m Dated this 16th day of January 1956
will, meet to part no, never, cn application on the premises, Dial (Sgd.) COLEMAN GRIFFITH,
eee = ;EORGINA 2115. for E. HOPE, Applicant.
genered by Mrs GEORGI For further particulars and Conditions| To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq.,
(Mother), Robert, He EARS, of Sale, apply to: The Police Magistrate,
cilla Mayers, Mr. « Mrs. u oo COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. District “E”.
a Darnell” Dake gre 11.1.50—9n N.B.—This application will be consi-
‘al ’ 5 5¢ dered at a Licensing Court to be held
1.1,50—In | ““SALISBURY’—Gun Hill, charming | on Monday 30th January 1950 at lt
, country home standing on summit of] o’clock a.m. at Police Courts, District
WADING MEMORY of our dear | Gun Hill giving unrivalled views over | «p",
feed THORPE (Boo) who| the Island, This well-buift modem but (Sgd) SYDNEY H. NURSE,
mon the 19th January, 1943.


























asked us, well we know

iid cry “O spare this blow!"
streaming tears should pray,
“love Boo, let him stay.
God's keeping

St. Irvel, He . Myrtle
(Children) Myrtle Millar, Irene
| rs) Vere Millar (niece) Les-
(Brother-in-Law) Mr. & Mrs.
» Rev L. Clarke (Friends).

‘ 19

SALE







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lo (2) Ford 10 Horse Powe:
led in good condition. Dia
18.1,50—4n
1949 Model. Excellent con-

Mileage. Cole & Co., Ltd.,
one 4316,

17.1,50—4n.

One 1934 V-8 Motor Truck
\ ing order and good tyres,
d, St. Philip, E. H, Good-
17,1,50—4n,

For: V8 Truck. 3 tons. 1947,
591,500. Apply K. Chandler,

St. Michael. Phone 342%.
18.1,50—4n
RCLE—3%4 HP. B.S.A, In|
Mon, reasonable price
Dial 8415

om 19, 1.50—2i1
MATOR: 614 cubic ft, English
PEW, 1949 model, 5 years
rice $450.00 no ofters
H. G. Bancroft
18,1.50-—5n

©. with Grill and

wontrel Oven, in excellent

year old $150.00 no offers,
» Seawell Airport. Phone
18.1,50—5n

: Birch

drawing room
(1) Settee (3 seats) (3)
{l) Morris Rocker. All as
ar Cushions, tapestary |
) Dressing Table’ with long
). (1) Chest-of-drawers,
Cabinet (1) three tier:
I Birch table (2) Kitchen
Seen between 4—7 p.m
Perett, Seawell Airport, Phone
2 18.1, 50—5r



Hercules Silver King, on
Pace iM green and in biacy
n Dial 4476

i 13.11.49-—t tar
' \eecensnesione

Sali mules

Apply G. §

Mod” St. James.
19.1.50—In

OUS

Elgin on 40 te |
” ower, 6ft
sents old. $350.00. Contact |
‘ads Goodland, St. ;
19.1,50—I1n

OR LAUNCH. Britis t

throughout

aes, uray Marine Engine
eee apply to E A



buil: |
Fitted
maf
on}



| partitions.

| 318 and various sizes.

9

mellowed stone residence contains 3 re-
ception, 3 bedrooms, 2 verandahs and
all modern amenities. Garage, stables
and stock pens all in first class order
Carriage-way encircled house. Approx

Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”
19,1,50—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



8 acres DIXON & BLADON, Rea.
Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Plan- The application of Jeffrey N. Nelson of
tations Building, Phone 4640. Jackson, St. Michael for permission to
19.1.50—1n sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and wooden building near Warrens,
Jackson, St. Michael.





WANTED





HELP



Dated this 18th day of January, 1950,
To the Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’.
Signed J. N, NELSON,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A”, on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11

YOUNG LADY for our Office at Three o'clock, a.m

Houses Factory, St. Philip, For. further
particulars apply to the Manager. |
14.1.50—n



WANTED: Young Lady with know-
edge of shorthand and typing for genera:
Office work. Apply in writing to L. J.
Willams, Marketing Co., Ltd., Broad
Street, 15,1.50—7n

YOUNG LADY—With knowledge of

Office Work, Apply in writing, in the
first instance to Smith’ Shipping Service,





E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
19.1.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of William Massett of
Hindsbury Road, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c
at a board and shingle shop with shed-
root attached at Hindsbury Road, St
Michael, :

Dated this 18th day of January 1950.

James St. To: 5B. o poker ee cat
50— Police } strate, A
CPA cea anihuaitc tia calle ee eam AES TLLIAM MASSETT.
LADIES with foot Machines for Shirt- ; id oe
making, Cornation Store, 15 Swan N.B.—This application will be one.
Street. 18.1,50—2n | ered at a Licensing Court to be he a



MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO HIRE
CHAIR—An invalid chair for use in
a small house: Apply N. B. Howell, Bay
Street.



19.1,50—2n





Shorthand & Typewriting for Genera

LOST & FOUND





LOST

GLASSES: Coloured Glasses. Bausch
and Lomb—near Marine Hotel, Crane,
or Sam Lords, Reward: Apply Marine
Hotel. ° 19, 1, 50—In

For Sale=Contd









Police Court, District “A’’ on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o’clock

re B, A. MeLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
19,1,50—In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Chesterfield Layne
of Fairfield, Black Rock, St. Michael,
for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Li-
quors, &c. at a board and shingle shop
with shedroof attached at Fairfield, Black
Rock, St. Michael,

Dated this 18th day of January 1950
To: E. A. McLEOD, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Cc, LAYNE,
Applicant

N.B.--This application wiil be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held aty
Police Court, District “A’' on Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o'clock



a.m.
ANT POISON: “Magi-kil Jelly” the; °°” BE. A. McLEOD,
original Jelly Ant bait. A dose on the Police Magistrate, Dist, “A
surface kills Ants in the nest. Price 1/8] 99 1 59—1n
tube. Obtainable at KNIGHTS DRUG '
STORES. 19,.1,50—2n



BHAUTIFY your complexion and hands
with Lait Larola A fresh shipment just
received by us, KNIGHTS EY oe

GALVANISED SHEETS—6 ft., 6% ft.,

ft. Apply: Auto Tyre, Trafalgar Street
Phone 2696. 6.1.50—t.f.n.
-_——

LADIES BRASSIERES — 84c. & 96c.
oyal Store.



Royal Store. nay 130.

EVERITE ASBESTOS SHEETS for
Screws and washers for same.
Ceilings and
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respective dates : ‘

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that date. They must also have passed or be exempt from the
Matriculation examination of the University of London,
If suitable candidates present themselves, the awards will be

made as the result of an examination to be held during the week
beginning 27fh February, 1950.

The value of each exhibition will be $1,080 per annum and in]

addition the Colonial Treasurer, Barbados will pay to the University
College of the West Indies such tuition and examination fees as are
necessary in respect of each exhibitioner. The exhibitions will nor-
mally be tenable for three years in the Faculties of Arts and Natural
Sciences and for six years in the Faculty of Medicine, but as condi-
tions of holding a University College Exhibition, each exhibitioner
will be required:—

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| 34 Catholic
Prelates
In Prison

In “Iron Curtain” Countries

VATICAN CITY, Jan, 18.

The Vatican’s Pontifical Year
, Book for 1950 published to-day
| disclosed that 34 top-ranking
Catholic Prelates in “Iron Cur-
tain” countries are-in prison, in
exile, deported, or otherwise pre-
vented from fulfilling their duties.

The first copy of the New Year
Book was handed this morning
to Pope Pius XII. It gave the
number of Archbishops, Bishops,
or Vicars persecuted in each of

the 30th day of June, 1950,| the following eight Eastern Euro-

pean countries: Russia 7, Ru-
mania 12, Lithuania 6, Poland 3,
Yugoslavia 2, Latvia 2, Estonia a
Hungary 1. The Year Book de-

me Tax and Death Duties, } scribed Hungary’s Cardinal Mind-

szenty as “in prison”. It adds
that the apostolic administrator
of the Caucasus in Russia had
been in prison since 1940.
—Reuter.

Six Nations Give
Agreement
Second Reading

GENEVA, Jan. 18.

The Six-Nation Committee of
the Trusteeship Council to-day
approved the second reading of
the draft agreement with Italy
for the administration of former
Italian Somaliland.

Tomorrow morning, the Com-
mittee will hold its last meeting
to prepare the report, which will
accompany the agreement for
final consideration and adoption
by the Trusteeship Council which
begins its sixth session here to-
morrow afternoon. The draft of
the Somaliland Agreement con-
sists of the main agreement of 24
articles, and a 10-article annexed
on constitutional principles.
—Reuter.

No Food, No Water
For 25 Days

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 18.

The Joséph Suarez, with a crew
of eight and 48 passengers, six
children and nine women, left
Las Palmas on October 31 for
Dakar. The ship experienced
heavy weather and reached An-
tigua on January 16.

The captain was unacquainted
with the island and was unable
to make port. He was flying a
distress signal off English Har-
bour and was directed there.
There was no food nor water for
25 days during the voyage to
Dakar.

Three pleasure yachts entered
English Harbour and the Mill
Rees Club probably assisted them
with food. The local Government
supplied food and water to en-

able the ship to proceed on the
19th—By Cable, m

Apparent Failure
Of Sugar Talks

ST. KITTS, Jan, 18.

E. S. Delisle, a prominent mer-
chant, representing the Sugar
Association leaves on Friday for
Trinidad to attend an emergency
meeting of the B.W.1.S.A. in con-
nection with the sugar talks.

There is considerable local
anxiety and disappointment over
the apparent failure to secure an
agreement with the British Gov-
ernment,

The sugar factory has notified
suppliers that it is beginning
operations on the 23rd inst. It
is hoped an agreement between











the S.P.A. and the Labour
Union will be reached before
then, ‘

—Can. Press.

Constitutional Changes
To Be Discussed

ST. KITTS, Jan. 18.

A. C, Evelyn, Member of the
Presidential, Legislative, Execu-
tive and Federal Executive Coun-
cils, leaves by plane to-day for
Antigua to attend a meeting of a
Committee appointed by the Gov-
ernor to make recommendations
about the proposed changes in
the constitution.

Elected Members of the local
Council refused to accept the
nomination to the Committee.

—Can, Press.



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British Guiana—Mr. A. DeCaires, Miss
E. Dowding, Master W. White, Mr. T.
Tuller, Pastor C. Reid, Mr. H. Talbot,

advise that they can now communicate
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ley, Mrs. E. Findlay, Mr. D, Layne,
Miss S. Barnard, Master M. Barnard,
Mr. B. Gill, Miss H. MeConas, MÂ¥) K.
Hadley, and Mr.C. Caesar.

Mexican Schooner Barca De Oro, 28
tons net, Capt. Braun, from Recife,
Brazil.

Rodney, Regent Leopard, El Mirlo, Parita
Sun, Theafmead, Thelma IV, Helen, Beth,
Alcoa Roamer, Gulf Hawk, Mataura,
Sweetwater, Alcoa Planter, Loide Equa-
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Wants To Meet | Electro Authority
Stalin ? Gets Heavy Surplus

NEW YORK, Jan. 18. LONDON, Jan. 18
Mr. David E. Lilienthal, retir- The British Electricity Author-

ing Chairman of the United States|ity, which controls on behalf. of
Atomic Energy Commission, was|the State all public supplies” in
reported in the Press here today} the country, ended its first year

with a surplus of £4,391,684.

The profit, disclosed voday “in
accounts for the year 1948—49,
contrasts with deficits in nation-
alised railways, coal mining and
air transport which are expected
to be emphasised in anvi-Socialist
propaganda for the General Elec-
tion,

as having offered to meet Mar-
shal Stalin in Moscow to settle
oilferences between Russia and
the United States over control ot
atomic bombs.—Reuter.

Lunatics Escape

NAPLES, Jan. 18.

Police were today combing the
countryside of Aversa, near
Naples, for three dangerous luna-
tics who escaped from a local
asylum during the night, The
lunatics sawed through the bars
and climbed down a rope made of
bed sheets.—Reuter,

The Electricity Authority, to-
day’s report stated, has a record
number of 12,200,000 customers
(two million more than before
the war). It generated more~units
than ever before, and gave. a
supply at less than pre-war prices.

—Reuter.

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Fourth India Test |

Match Ends In Draw

Worrell 83 Not Out
448

Commonwealih

India 386

and
and 84-4
CAWNPORE. Jan. 18.

The fourth unofficial Test between India and the Common-
wealth ended here today in a draw. When stumps were)
drawn, India were 215 runs behind with 6 wickets to fall.|
The Commonwealth team scored 448 and 237 for 3 declared, |

India replying with 386 and 84 for 4.





22 Pakistan
Detains
Empire Boxer

SYDNEY, Jan. 15
Mr. Philip Noel-Baker, Secre-
tary for Commonwealth Relations
is to be asked in New Delhi
assist in obtaining the immediate
release of the Norcnern Rhodesian
Empire Games welterweight box-
er, Landsay King, who is detained
in Karachi
When the team arrived at Ka-
rachi yesterday, King was
tained in the isolation hospital a’

n

the airport because of a fault
his fmmunisation papers.

The papers did not include 3
doctor’s certificate of yellow fever
immunisation. King would not be
allowed to continue his journey
until his quarantine was up

Rigg James, manager of the
Rhodesian team, who arrived here
today on his way to Auckland,

has received advice from Karachi
that Pakistan apparently has no
invention of releasing the Empire |

Games boxer until his nine-day
cuarantine is up on January 23

Mr, James is therefore taking

his fequest to the highest level
and contacting Mr. Noel-Bak«
The Rhodesian team feel King
has been victimised because i
slone in the team held a South
African passport, and they think

that because of this the Pakistan”

cuthorities went out of their way
to be difficult

The Rhodesian team arrived in
Sydney this morning very tred

after an eight-day flight —
days jonger than was scheduic

They fiy the final stage of thei
journey—across the Tasman Sea lg not out
ght, reach- oe



—in a flying boat to

ing Auckland at dawn ‘vomorr T es 4
The Empire Games start in) sinha aiiihe ania a alld |
Auektand, New Zealand, on Sa‘- "ms . |
urday, February 4.—Reuter. ' 4 j |
|

oe ed 4i 6

100 Out Of 100

ae Commonwealth skipper,
* Jock Livingston, declared the sec-
ond innings closed at lunch tod



when the score had been brovet
to 237 for 3 from the overnig!
102 for 2.

Livingston, overnight 50 not out.)
took his score to 81 before being |
bowled by Gaekwad. Frank Wor-)|
rell, the West Indian Test player, |
who had scored 27 not out over-}
night, was still undefeated at the}
declaration with 83 tc his credit.|
and the Australian, Bill Alley}
made 48 not out. |



}
Inagia Bats i

The Commonwealth declaration |
left India with the task of scoring|
ee}



300 runs for victory in the t
hours remaining for play rig
would be at the rate of 100 runs
an hour.

India lost their first 4 wickets
in just over half an hour for 18
runs.

A stolid cautious fifth wicket
partnership between the I ;
skipper, Hazare and H Adhikari,|
who has pulled his side out of |
many a tight corner in previous
engagements against the Com-
monwealth, enabled India to save
the match

At tea time they had taken the
score to 48

Continuing aft
wicket partners é lea
Hazare and Adhikari gained the
draw for





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at ia

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India





| Jos

ae,

| all-rounder, took 2 of the 4 ». kets |
| for 7 runs

i he Commonwealth won the
| first Test, and India the third, the

second veiling drawT |

{ —Reuter.

The Score

| COMMONWEALTH tst. INNINGS at

INDIA It INNINGS »»
COMMONWEALTH tad. INNINGS

bw Harare

b Goeky

INDIA tad INNINGS
aq Alie Pope b Lambert
Fitzmaur

: | Modi « Livingston b Pitarmnaurice &
CAPT. ‘Dick’ Jordan scored 4| Hazare not out
possible on Saturday last, at the pean ae out §
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HPS. Total (for 4 wkts.: oe
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Capt. J. R. Jordan ....- 100 O
Mr. M. G. Tucker . ‘ pene s ‘
Li. C. E. Neblett ...-.- 99 | trite _
Mr. W. A. Richardson... B86 | Pree
Mr. T. A, L. Roberts .. 98 | Nome’
. K. S. Yearwood 98 Mer
Major A. S. Warren ; 96 Be St
Mr. P. Chase . ; 95 en



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TODAY

Sun Kises. 6.18 a.m

Sun Sets: 5.55 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter) Janu
ary 26

Lighting: 6.30 p.m

High Water: 5.04 a.m., 4.20
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Total for Month to Yester

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Temperature (Max.) 82.0 F
Temperature (Min.) 71.5 F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
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Lyudmila Rudenko of the Soviet
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} Will British football fans get a chance of seeing A!
| footballers in action this month?
To thousands of fans, it’s still a mystery.
For many weeks the newspapers *— Rae br
have the Racing Club,

Argentine League Champions,
would finish their present Europ-
ean tour with a match agains} the
British Football Cup holders, Wol-
verHampton, on January 16, and
against the League Champions,
Portsmouth, two days later. °

But the British Football Asso-
ciation has so far been unable to
get in touch with the Racing Club
or receive word from the Argen-
tine Football Association confirm-
ing the dates for the matches.

According to one report, the
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| ton F.C

A. Limpenny,
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the Argentine
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te the future plans of the “Argen-

Secrecy
sports writers have
that the Argentines
have wrapped themselves up in
as much secrecy as the Moscow
Dynamos
if Racing Club can fulfill only
| te Portsmouth contest, the date
| will have to be changed because
the England “B” team 1s scheduled
to meet Switzerland on January
18, and the Football Association
unts British international play-
€ selectors and other officials
to see the South Americans to get
a lime on World Cup form, and
they obviously cannot be in two
places at once. ’
If a new date is impossible it
be suggested that one of the
( two Argentine clubs, the
Newells Old Boys and San Lor-
enzo, now touring Spain and
Portugal, would like to come here
instead.

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T ..rB M>AV .lASr.uiv ia. mr.n Adams Should Join Bustamante In Sugar Fight — SAYS MOTTLEY u r G H. Adams. Leader ol the House of Assembly and indent of the Barbados Labour Party, should join the Hon'ble A. Bustamante, President of Jamaica Labour Partv Tre-opening the light with the British Ministry of Food I remunerative price for West Indian Sugar. Jin view •" expressed by Mr. in any part of the West Indies to •; D Mottley. Ml' P and Presltight the sugar question llll II.MtHAUOS AOVOC \ll PAGE FIVE Caribbean Workers' a, Under-S.cr.taues of State. P !" 'he issue, as upon sugar, and S^The definitely stated that his P| received for It. "we live Surest was in seeing that the <" die fcTa^ESSS ISonPt "-ty Issue 2* the report of the outcome of As he had pointed out in the iMal* hlch lhc < lel " lon Hou5e hr likened the question of ?„J B W I. Sugar Producers had securing a remunerative price for lif the M' nl,lr > •>' Food. A West Indian sugar as a non-party M "Ha" (rom lno dclo '' 1 lon MUC Jnn "e felt that it waj the LLTjublufied in yesterday s issue duty of nil to unite in the light TttT-Advocate He ^d also likened it to the „ G H Mum said that as a £** ""• "' En, "'"" ln !" *" '"'"IT L Mr o T 2?"I "' ""' HoS about ,ug.r ^ commented were Mr. O T. and hat wm ^ Mr t g t H •lU-r ana Mr. F K. Miller. Adam^..ndin^ -, .11. M, .. *£l othermemben.were asked o ovc nmcn KJS" 1 H !" „ nn.ent, but declined to do so. u ^, by he ^ 0mrrrn ^ c ^n ,. MaMler said that he was 3 !" the sugar delegation in surpnsed at the attitude En la "1 while he was there !--_„,, by the British Cioyern' hope it uj not loo late for STJter the expressed indlffer'• *""> %  ' Join Mr. Bustamante !£ 0 Mr. Rees-Williams, one !" the sugar delegation to render-Sccrrtaries of State, P" definitely stated that his tn „,_:est was in seeing that the ' CTusti working people got things Mr. Alider a member of the .cheaply a possible, or words "bour Party, s id thal wh „ e h( IBM effect. "•> n ' a 'r'end of the fj.W I Sugar Producers' Association he Htlle he was not surprised, he was forced to join in resent, !" U, shocked to think that the the refusal of the Ministry of (ntish r.ove.nmem, in order to Food in not giving a better price tjeape their economic responslfor West Indian sugar „ to the colonies by way of Such a refusal had shown verv pyto, a proper price for sugar, clearly •„ the patriotic peoples of Kuld have abandoned with such the West Indies that the milking sacnimilc.us completeness the of these colonies which WJ kit shreds, not only of honour, on in the seventeenth and Ml of common decency eighteenth centuries to bolster the Indeed, the Press release of the Internal economy of fireat Britain klNition of the B.W.I. Sugar was still being practiced. Producers' Association as appeared # |a relterday's "Advocate", reiflSITlf'S Bladed one of the Chamberlain Jwemment in 1B36 when' they "I think that till sections in the re playing for time. Surely colonies should come together to l British statesman today, if he carry on the struggle for the relld so be called, should realise opening of discussions with the i t West Indians were grown up Ministry of Food. Failing to do so %  ople. and were not so easily would further add to the miseries led which the masses In the colonies suffer.'' said Mr. Alider. LoYaltY n sht ^ made plain, he said, J "iat as it had been found If ever the loyalty of the people aary to stop the Communist bear the West loaies had been from prowling the States of the %  %  lined." said Mr. Mottley. "It Middle East and Asia, by offering Jo, this crisis, bearing ln mind the people economic assistance, it t we are fased with the effects was just as necessary to do the devaluation and have to buy. same to the peoples of the West the majority of cases, from the Indies whose allegiance to the tag area at uncontrolled British Crown has prevented so far the infiltration of the Communist doctrine. RtUUvo tenr. Commission, under it %  pices of which the Baih.irtos metfliiiR was convened, said that lie had communicated with the Caribbean territorial Rovernments on the VeUfiOUl rc-commendations. and that it was hoped to call another meeting, probably in June 1.300 this year, to proceed on thttt implementation. The recommendations. Mr. Cramer Mid had lift) b> l I viewed by Dr. F. W. Itucheh'.-rfcr. I'resulenl of Rtgtodal mission IV of the International ind •'Investigator" Caught 1,300 Flying Fish THE biggest catch flying fish for the "Investigator" was made on Tuesday about north west of the island. Six dolphins and two small sharks were also brought in. Encountering fierce winds on her return the "Investigator" Meteorological Organisation. stood up well as she forged ahead his comments on them had been ID the choppy i conveyed to the are.* government." Mr. D. W. WDM, Fi'heies Dr. Reiehelderfer, referring to Ofllcer. told the Advocate thai the the danger of dissen "Investigator" is a research boat hurricane warnings by unauthornnd was not made to compete in ised persons, had stated that this the catching of llsh with other is largely a problem for the indiiishing boats as is widely believed. Th,e amount of fish caught is incidental. He also said that the usefulness of the gill net was demonstrated and recently 135 llsh were cauunt in one gill net and cleared alongside of tho wharf. There were many fishermen present. The Bcndlx depth reco-der which is yet to be installed on the "Investigator" will fce used Ln tiie charting of several fishing banks around the coasts as well as for spotUng flsli. It will also determine whe~e they are and how deep and what the grouping Is. It is one of the most modem instruments used today on fishery boats. The Duties Of vidual governni'i I "It Is generally understood in the I'nlted States and its territories.' Dr. Reiehelderfer wrote, "that the official source of information regarding hurricane* and ilormr. is the Weather Bureau: and. while the Hureau encourage* the employment of private meteoroloeioLi as advisers and consultant* in busineaa and industry, lhe people have come lo rely almost entirely on the oilirial meteorological service as the authenUe source of all warning* and advices regarding emergencv wealher coadlUam." Dr E^ichelderfer also ed the opinion that mu done in the faaltfU Caribbean are i. through th Pnin and radio. to aequatn. the paoplf with the oflVial source of hurricane information. Trees Inspector Radio At Sea Lady Rodney' Arrives Here MI.S. Lady Rodney arrived at WadOi yeiteiday with a variety ft" cargo from Trinidad, wel-forei. hinds—veal, prime jaaU. '.ongues, call livers, tripes, Pan. frankfurters were all in wnable quantilies. From %  p* also arrived 2,000 Una •"porated milk, flavouring i 1 1 fr esh fruit and canned B W ea, marmalade, fibre. Cario brought from the ports "jetown and Kingstown. St. BP. and Grenada included "f* machinery, booka, green" %  a re horse owned by Hon. ^Cale, M.L.C • Rodney began to load yesT,'. Puncheons of molasses %  M 00 cartons of rum foi %  Ma and alto general eargo for * Northern Islands. tw '."" """"' < 9 "'clock %  ^7^"' Bo,lon and Mn!" British Northern Islands. Austin 4 Co, ^^ "" al agents. choolboy Injured 'L'^'l %  %  %  yesterday j."V" "ccurred on St. MichgJJ^'-opposile the Fci • between lhe motor car a by Bel— *ass%j of Orange ^ %  s -^^' % %  and a %  rk4 -.''^ *^ a schoolboy. taken to the Gensuffering from inM Uc>clc slightly damaiSy )ADED BUS: i ^ T p AY 20/•nd 1/costs '"' %  mast Johnson, fcai>n T^S* l*a fool,-* A T^lnta. when • H? f, as ^"8''S to ,t W "si I Thoir he, Invalid Heart Voice "Rise And Walk!" -SHE OBEYS VATICAN CITY. Jan. 18 Thousands of pilgrims had tonight already gathered in Rome for the beatification on Sunday by Pope Plus of Father Vlncen=o Pallotti, who died 100 years ago to the day, after founding Vno Society of the Catholic Apostolate. By the time of the ceremony, the firs** beatification o( tha Catholic Churches Holy Year. gome 1.200 pilgrims are expected to have arrived from Germany, 600 from Switzerland. 750 from Austria. 50 from Ireland and England, i6 from (he United States. Canada and Honduras, six from Australia, five from Brazil, and six from Uruguay. Thousands more pilgrims are expected from all parts of Italy Among the German pilgrims is expected to be 50-year-old Frau Margherita Sannder from the little Bavarian town of Naburg. She ii regarded as an example or %  one of the most beautiful miracles in the annals of the Catholic Church." After 17 f—a bedridden wi.n a sclerotic complaint and a fewweeks of prayer to Father Pallotti. she heard a voice commanding her to "rise and walk, bhe did— Keuter. THE duty of the Inspector of Trees is to see, at least once a year, that certain trees are carefully and successfully planted. cultivated, protected and kept alive and in a growing ooudltio I This statement is disclosed under Section 7 of the Preservation of Trees Act. 1907-10. The Section states that the duties ol the Inspector of Trees is to visit, when so often as he thinks fit. the lands set forth in plots, filed with the Parochial Treasurer of the parish as under trees, and test the accuracy of the returns and statements made, and see that the trees are carefully and successfully planted, cultivated, protected and kept alive and in growing condition, and report thereon from time to time as he shall' consider necessary, but at least; once every year, to the Vestryf appointing him, showing whether the returns made remain and are correct, and whether the trees aro carefully and successfully planted, cultivated, protected and kept alive and in a growing condition. according to the Intent and meaning of this Act. Section S stales that the inspectors of Trees should report to the House of Assembly in February every year and also *.o the Vestry. Section 12 states that the Vestries shall allow and pay to their Inspector of Trees out of the funds of the parish, such sum as they shall think proper, not exceeding two shillings and two pence per annum for each acre of trees such Inspector ol Trees is under this Act required to inspect and report upon. The meteorologists at Barbados had also recommended that small craft and coastal vessel carry a suitable radio n enable reception of broadcast advisories. Larger vsjsasj quired by UM BaMy of Life at Sea Conveiitn.n equipment, but Dr. KeuluUi.ir BhtM that small end be '-ncouraged to do so also. The matter, he feels, is one of education among the owners, and lends itself ndmirably to a programme that could be initiated by the local governments in the area. A furth-r re.ommondation that coastal and harbour radio telephone systems should bo considered as means of contacting small vessels is. in Or. Heichelderfei opinion, dependent on traffic density, tl :i for the various port authorities lo decide. Mid-June The Conference. Mi said, had also discussed tha measures for the protection of life and property, and had recommended those territorial governments which have not already taken such action, to establish a hurricane relief organisation Mr. Cramer also said that he had been dlnetod to arrange for holding an annual meeting of the Directors of the meteorological offices in the Eastern Caribbean. The date would be fixed in consultation with Dr. Heichelderfer. as the meeting would be under the technical direction and guidance of Regional Commission IV •>l lhe International Met cal Organisation. It was likely that mid-June would 1the date of the meeting. M \hchael: The Public Works Otpartment. as part of ihe.r programme, are now i 'u-ral repairs to Ihison. Tin I iVniral LiveBtattM at the Pine. The Highways & Transport have started reconditioning the St. Barnabas Road. They are also tuilding roads for the Pine Housing behenM and roads for the Bay Housing Estate. Christ Church: Preparation work for the new runway at Seawell is being carried out by the Highways & Transport. At present noVtag the water main and cable. M Jaaaea: During the past week this Parish has experienced %  OEM very high winds. These winds caused the sea to be rough and very Uttle fish were caught. A few Hying fish were brought ashore occasionally. Constant light rtaOWtCI were also experienced lu.uh ,-very day for the past few i... %  The Highways J. Tranas*rt arc getting ahead with building a new this parish for the rock crushers. The rock crushers are 1 %  > be removed from their i Bridgetown. It Ii understood that they were complaints about the dust blowing about the City when the rock sM in action. The Parish 11 tsto expected to get its road roller very soon. St. tieorge: Bulkeley Factory, it was learnt yesterday, is expected to start grinding cane about the second week m February. The 12 or more Estates that supply this betory with cane all show promising crops. January rains have helped the crop very inuefa Hi cause of the rains this month many factories will be able to start later than had been onticii lag ONH at Kan View PUa> Ugfat fire on three occasloni this week, once on Monday tnd twice on Tuesday, and burnt 92 boles of first crop ripe canes. The canes are the property of Aha trustees of Mr. Gale of the same plantation. The first fire occurred about Whan live holes of canes wire burnt. The other two lires Marled about 12.45 p.m. and 1.10 P in. and burnt 22 and 63 holes ol canes respectively, st Philip The Public Works Bt is carrying out general repairs to Ragged Point Lighthouse. The Government Induatrta] Schools arc also benclitini: %  i rajnctlrt si. Thomas. The Porey Spring Bridge, which was badly damaged Ming repaired by the High* ft) Transport Department, while toads at Blunts and and Arthur Scat are being conHighway Comi.'is nf ihe Pariah %  leases at Rock Hall. Hillaby ind Wclchxnan Hall, which were damaged "by flood waters during the nigM Ol August 31 and September 1. are being repriin i by the churchwarden from Fund' provide! by Government. The January rain* have revive' thg %  in this Parish for thi coming crop and the young plants are making rapid progress. Peasants an-1 Plantation Owner* alike are all very much surprise* 1 tha rapid growth during %  %  nth. Ridgeway and Welches Plantations show good signs of promising tomatoe i rops. District "IT Palter Station i> spaln Public Works Department. St. Andrew. Thnmghout the Holiday Season muloi \chulc owners of this Parish and neighbouring Parishes were making use of the Rocklyn Service Station at Belleplaine. The Service Station began selling gas on Christmas Eve Day. and from that it has been by people from St. Andrew, St. Lucy and St. Joseph. ihe Holiday Season the Station even sold gas to vehicle? bom St Michael which were touring tha country and ran short ol 'uel. Thr Drpartmrnl of Highway* and Transport nre continuing repairs to Cherry Tree Hill and have started repairs on Chaulky Maun' Road and Coggins. They have also started preliminary work on tha Uakai Brldgl which leads from Haggatts to the sea below Chalky Mount. A c'iversion was built beside the ol' bridge in order that traffic coult Mill use the road. Tlui Department expects tc n the st Bfanoi .hides Road. St. Luc?. The Department o' Highways and Transport lo start two more Tenantry Roads in this parish. One wil' • ii ll Bock Hall and the other at Salmons. St. Mary's Old Boys Meet Tonight MEETING for the mrst time in the New Year, the St \1 %  ciation will be present•*d with the Progreand a Statement of the Financial Position of the Association at the 31st l>ecember, 1949, by the Provisional Council tonight. The meeting la) Old School Room. Mason Hall Street and it logins at 7. SO o'clock. All Old Scholars are invited and are requested to be punctual. Bernhartt Cancels Trip PORT-OF-SPAIN. |Bv Mail) Prince Bcrnhard of the Netherlands has cancelled hal \i-it to Trinidad, planned for February M, The Dutch Consulate is silent on the reason, but the local press suggests it is partly because of Trinidad's masked carnival on February 21—B.l'.r. 25 Years A&o (Barbados Advocate. January It. Hi.MM Barbados Team To Play Opening Match With Jamaica AT A MEETING ol the Selection Committee, comprising Messrs. H. B. G. Austin MOP., P. A. Goodman. C. A. Browne, P. H. Tarilton, G. ChaiieiiMi. an Saturday last, the following gentlemen were -elected t0 play the UtrWtmg match against the Jamaica side: H. B. C. Austin (Capt ). P, L, Archer. L. S. Birkett. C. A. Ilrowne. C. F. Browne. Q Challenor. R. Cballenor. H. F. K. Greaves. H. C. Griffith, E. L. O. Hoad. H. W. Ince. K. Mason, and P II Tarilton. The Barbados Team For Trinidad laetton Committee ,u the meeting Saturday last the following gentlemen to represent Barbados In the Intercolonial Tournament lo be played at Trinidad next month: H. B. G. Austin (Capt > I. s Ilnkett. C. A. Browne. C K Browna. Q. Challenor. H. F. K. Greaves. H. C. Griffith. Dr. L. C llutaon. E. L. G. Hoad. H. W. Ince. J. M Kidney, and K. Mason. There's a lot of BEEF in a little BOVRIL h Bovnl io the ivrttvnrr attd goodness of beef, and you oohr oanl %  little Bovril to gin your meat dishes a lot of flavour... • lot of appeasing ananess. Your family will enjoy Bom) ouhei ud you will enjoy making them because they are son to please. Ahvsyi have BovtSl in die house, and drink it daily. &f Remember BOVRIL makes excellent sandwiches, and improves all dishes. ,,; TO MAKE U M L h MOHh APPE.\I.I.\I; I^I Add 2 teaspoonfuls of CAL-C-TOSE Cal-C-Tote contains fl eaiaotiaj vitamins for body building and make a delicious chocolate beverage (hot or cold.) On Salr at KNIGHTS DRUG STORES N.B. The Phoenix Pharmacy will be open on Thursday January 19th and will close on Saturday January 21st. cr Negligent Dri\r Fined; Appeals | ; AYNK f Falrlleld. Black Rock, was lined £5 to be pald by monthly install £1 per : month's imprisonment appeared before His Worship Mr A. J. H. Hanachell yesterday for driving the motoi lorry M. 1M6 In a manner dangerous lo the public on November 30. His ,s also to be endorsed. He appealed. Italiun Government Charges Paper MILAN, Jan 18. The Italian Gcvemment has preferred charges of •prejudiciiik' public order" against the Director and three of the staff of the Illustrated Weekly "Oggi They will be tried on January 28 for publishing pictures and an interview with th,. BactUan "King" bandit S/tlvatore Guiliano. "Oggi's" correspondents were Guiliano's guests in his mountain stronghold and came back with a remarkable series of photographs —Heater. Death By Misadventure WOLVERHAMPTON.Jan 18 A Wolverhampton., coroner today found that five-year-old Sammy Poole. discovered dead in a canal after being missing for 19 days died by drowning h adventure." The Coroner said it cou'd be assumed that Sammy left home oaring Christmas Day and went to some playing fields near the canal. He probably crossed the lock gates and in doing so hit his head on the side of lh> .s not sufflcier.: to prove how he got into the water, and that must be left open,' he added. — (Reuirr I 'Devonshire 9 Arrives Feb. 7 With about 250 cadets on board, including several rep Dominion NavStt, the cruiser Dci>onsh\r.' iC.pt ll Stoke. C H. DS.C !( N mouth for IHM rruiso. Th. nlhs En the Wi during which gh will t. dad, Bwbadna> Jamaica and otha. islands, and then steam across the Atlantic to Gibraltar before returning to Plymouth on April 3 Her programme is as follows: — Trinidad 'Point a Pierre) JanGrenada January 27 6. Barbados February 7— lfl. Trinidad fPort-of-Spain) February 11 Beef island Fabniai March 3. Kingston March 6—14. Gibraltar March 27 31 Plymouth April 3. ••Inl.-grity Of West Europe Is Vital" LONDON. Jan. 18. Lord Viscount Montgomery, permanent Military Chairman of the Mnion Commanders-lni here tonight that the master plan foi .tl.in the group of racial "must contain plans iur the I the nations of Western Those nations must be assure 1 that tha who** ttroup regards the Of Western Europe as vital for the safety of vilisatinn. and that 'ht whole group would, if necessary. light to preserve the area intact." — (Heater i JUST ARRIVED LATE FOR MilBIT ALWAYS WELCOME Rowi.' BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES in tt-lb. & 1-lb Una and la.-lb. Eoxea Price 9c. — J1.72 $3.45 Canard & Bowsers Celebrated DISSERT NOUOAT & BUTTERSCOTCH in Packages and Tins Price 21c. 34c., 45c, 70c. oTrmUHYS HOUHNVILI.K 1 DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE BISCUITS _Prlce (1.12 & (1.20 lln. "Cans CHEESE CRISPS 4/3 tin — Also — A beautiful assortment of Fancy Biscuits in decorated Ins by Jacob, Crawford, luntlcy & Palmer and lv,k Frean. Prices from (1 04 — (2.31 BRUCE WEATHERHEAD I LID. HEAD or 1IKOAD STKXaT X V>vw--x.w.'.-.-,-.-.-^,.,.,-,V.' /' USE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE n FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (Mos) LTD. AGENTS. The c^H you require is one of PLASTIC We have them in black, white, red, brown grey, wine & navy. Some with shoulder straps and some with the new wrist strap style. Prices ranging from $4 to $6 CAVE SHEPHERD ft co. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET THERE MUST BE NO DANGER IN GAMBLING NICE, Jan. 18 lno Owners to-day m tor 10.000.000 franc* against the Mayor of Nice, alin|ara caused by tha .Municipal Open Air Theatre alongside the "Promenade Des Anglais". "Our main resources come from gambling and our cl'etiy. are being lost to open air pleasures," tha writ said. —(Etater I HOLiDAYLXG iJ% U.K.? Deliveries can be arranged in Ihe IK. lor one of these popular • • VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details will be gladly given on application to • ROBERT THOM LTD. 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I hurstlaj .1 ;l II II a r j I J I S >. JMarjog VJt/ locate Prirc: FIVE CENTS Year 53. KING PROCLAIMS ZERO HOUR THIS WEEK Tories 'Unshaken 9 SOCIALISTS BELIEVE THEY'RE IN AGAIN Labour's Manifesto Gets Cold Reception From The Press CONDOM T HE Brili*h Lalwur i\irty"s cLiium i,n Win Thrmmh Teajatfier," regntfcgel, In Aw m in rerrpiitm from (his nornlnc*! British Prat*. Optoi the duef causes for criticism wu i!i %  manifest" had f ; %  l-l to deal with outstanding RedChinaDoes \ol Want L.S. Recognition — Acheson WAS 18. j Mr. Dean Achoson, United litotes Secretary ol gts Presr Conference today thai g* United States oould not congoer recognition ol the Peking fjovtrnincn: to lor Kr lepresentstlvef in i .m.i n %  %  hasted. He said that it would appear from thr hehavloi i Govern"" nt, Includii at Consular prop B %  • recognised by Ihr United Sti-tcs.--Reutei Welcome •Stella" .. %  on for Baroados begins with lh< vai loday of the luxui • today, 160 Americans will view ol sunny Btrbauub and, ol i oui i %  ind other forms uf .sport. Curio sellers arc looking torward to bargaining with jolly art ol Americans and they nr ,. u ju -'f i>i'-p.ti"d at fai .. HOC* ^apeoncemcfl. f Ja g, b crocodiles, flowers, Disnhoganv work, i ini i work and uthi Included m I The S:. I its sevemti pe | II flrst came in 11 and three alU 1JW. Last yeai tone calls and will be two this %  ana. I'm; an p r iiee i TruJUlo, St. '1 a. PUrre tor Ba rb ados ai d i ontlnumn U* cruise to nbanasa. Trinidad. C %  %  "M i ii "d San Bins. I'" s,t! H:>\ The "Barbados Publuu.v %  1 oooung ii., harming and %  this booth o uland and are told when 1 fay in Ba booth the) I j*ncuri,>iu> in return I PVMt Of curio?.. FI-.II vendors often k< fJJ" stock to supply [ %  eerii they camp in. The taxis %  their day u It %  %  f I %  v >anca to 2 :,' %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  programn i notfilni: whatever <>i American Future Lord Bear %  ising the decun ent, aid that it %  the oppa %  —Reader LONDON, Jan. 18. J^ING GEOROE VI will summon his Privy Council the body of advisers on high issues of state — to the Royal residence at Sandfmgham (Norfolk) this week for the signing of the General Election proclamations llarbados Lose By Single Goal To Venezuelans %  %  i Six chid resulted in goals and I Kdghill %  l resulted. Tun silting p i The outstanding Barbadian wui %  %  to Bai — irV. Protests Y^ainsl Polish Siibmvience To Moscow %  %  asked foi i %  %  what ne i K.-nt* i IIi l I IVIlIN* ; Ihr last sr-.iun ol the Cutlctm* I II ion unfmncr plioi<-;i.i|ihcd ( ( i,n Mruir Hotel HSUIIIIS iiin M -altln .lion >. exprrlpd Ukl gels SSBSft -: % %  in \ i> Q sn laa i i \ naseajang B M OrecnhUI I r Rrtpher O HI T 1>_ li. ggsusre. p Wain L, i.iLaHtgse \ n iiod. v. tether i. a H %  < Pet sn I \ i intagrs, B, j. Petrie. rtsfussi l BiasHj Mr. H Roltr. f Mnh I i.jllaahrr .nd J. — — flag hin#CanPlay Coa l Strike May Close B. Honduras 00 U.S. Steel Plants ^J 8 ? 2 !" : 000 For Barbados Against B.G. %  %  i %  <^i unfit to p ..itch. %  iped thai .:,. Bi and %  ihr latter msa *!i Han in i. ih.i vn, ,i,|,| Kmi: %  a uitut lor gas -r.unu null Ii Ike Q.P.< < an willlnn to releaae him to plaj tar ngjkiaTi he m-ot %  ll> li> that %  %  %  I "Big Bertha" Mav Inherit %  %  I the vast %  %  %  %  %  i %  g I Dtanctng her SOD %  not to be confla— illrufr i Berlin's Economy Hus bnproved PITTSBURGH, Jan. U mndred hn —s* Thi %  may lean 1 %  n curtailed %  i • ment migl %  i %  I t the %  .ivt 4ggg* ll,,n %  In across 11 Sealer. Comic Haltle In U.K. Schools D IK about %  %  banned -hem. -illrui. %  Otters to MM Stalin For Atomic Talks To Build Roads LONDON. Ji British Honduras is to %  nil I %  %  kopment a ;n I %  ha) road an oda>. .i gift ol 162.500 from United • i through the be British dollar. %  i %  |ti %  % %  uuaad MSti ti baUavc rnai %  j assist hnk' Belize, the wtlh 'he Cay ritatnet. —Rein | )|(K, Jan. IB. Mi David K Ullentl ... %  Atomic Ei offered *.o m i in Mosrow Mil Russia uu p half "t.. rerning body itional Labour On Uon should be retei 11 1 nations. %  Asian Hegional Confi l Organisation, meeting ben a revision of the "• %  Utution t.i this effect, Tra gates of India, Ceylon. Mai... Indonesia .^aid that tlu> would warmly support the Pakistan ini a groups ore con nployera and taUvea reapecAt pres en t sii in the government group for non-Bui ro of the etuht em' lives must nlso Keulri Norway Will End Sugar Rationing OS!/ I %  %  %  %  i i %  i. 'i %  %  Urn i Finance Minister Can 7 Resign BERLIN, Jan. 18 The Prime Itta 1 U i man P I'hui J %  .-i.t. %  Lin i %  Ol Hi I Laonhard %  %  ; ( g. n member <•' the Party, <>f which Hen Ksgerath is ret toi ol D" w. : when Men Moog is. would let n %  Hen ;-never. %  now attention to the (.in thai one ean onlj icnard your as ., dellberati vn I do %  Kruter. 6 More Years For Finland's IVesident NKI. Jan. 18. \ Fin! to km %  Juho P %  notnai mill, which h-s nag srai ti Finland, to vote la the two daj Prealdential e h aruens ending lj^t night Thi noo-mc i Inch >n its lurn evident la working throiiKh the Dlghl had %  the fnui partial votes for the Part). which put up i i 1st randti 1 Party with Its own candidate, A on 291.3IS i %  %  The proclamation dissolving Parliament will lie sat all mit" 'lining. The Kinii will BafD tWO proclamations—ens cancelling UM Janui. and another dissolving Parliameiu on February 3 for the elections on February 23. The BocioUl mani* festo today. chlai election topic. The DO) A tion .ipnerats meethag again to don campaign wen unshakjr programme T; i Consarvatlvs Prediction !So Opposition ConaervaUvcs predict that Labour, it returned, is likely I which thev Uuj %  %  %  %  %  %  leaden are to pou I the hidden ) %  ... %  %  %  ..lent. day. 1). elecoii 17.t if the People-IVrhim, thej onl] 127 sallng him are the So< Utl Dei and the S c's Pail.. Then is B IhsDreglcsl poaaibilit\ that BOOM Social I .\-nt fi, m Dr Paasikivi, when u> < aded the king the %  %  the Impending war with Russia. Iteuler 16 killed In Plane Crash OUD, Jan. 18 %  imlitiii> %  nd included two Lieu%  %  Army. \:> ,.\< i I and might be I [| tha %  foi inthvidual tarnaen, and tha deelarn I %  %  Hemer REPARATIONS REDUCED N Ja BIB) %  parati \ to Soviet ftiland, including OTUIM! %  i %  I I —tR< Don'l 11-II v< in 'lhr\ HPnsU %  the "Advocate'. It Will |iav v.r lei. 1113. Will Photogeoph "\\uMilkv W;., I Hi r%  1 B %  %  % %  %  %  if the sky in %  hundred 11 i %  ie as far away a The ob i far more %  R' I 10 Questioned About $1 Million Robbery BOB1 I ...i 10 mei %  %  .-yx oi Is Heater. se "Mis8 Enigma HOMF, J itional Pones ....i-old said that i I an Aus,iii.i atiui. *..tar a three months' Inquiry, during which Italian Police sent out photographs and request* for infoic 4 member Ilureaux of the Inti '..'..' %  % %  Italian %  She was allrgec b of false n paper: i bouse, end itai%  LONDON. Jan 18. I In test, the rtu mad "Mlai Off Ae ForaiK' Police ofneers I:.„I.I UK Denies Suar Agreement nti. LU W Rl \ u in dselia Peiarai a hs i b !o no secret I Cut' %  : %  .aM on ti %  %  %  stood. I'OI *l s| ,,..* U ROi M H Monday's limini IShvs Business Iransocted by GIARD1A\ ASSLHAlVCt ESUPUn LIV11IEU LIIIIIIIIII (Est. 1821) /nc/udes — FIRE AND HURRICANE IIK'UAPS IMI ol prolil' cauud ihwaby BURGLARY • WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION a BAGGAGE PERSONAL ACCIDENT a MARINE for patikulari apply io lha local aflaoii S.P. MUSSON SON & CO.. LTD. B-ofcc 1 St P 0 boi 277 Talephooa i46b =^



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PACE EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ilil KSHW J \\i Xkv ~ I Fourth India Test Match Ends In Draw ZILLIBOYSHINBAG, !" gets ready for The Day Worn-// Commonwealth 83 \ol Out 448 and 237-3 India 386 and 84-4 CAWNPORE. Jar 18 Trie fourth unofficial Test between India and the Cjmmor,weallh ended here today in a draw. When stumps were drawn. India were 215 rum behind with 6 wickets to faM The Commonwealth team -cured M8 and 237 for .1 d ivlia replviiu with 386 and 84 for 4 jmia rii. rtir on monwe .iu, sHinprr. Jock Liviwts'on. dcvlarrd 11 I closed it lur. when the score bad beta to CT7 for a Irom th* < 101 for I. Livingston, overniajit 50 not out i took his score to II before leu* | •awlad bj Gaekwad frank Worrell. lh. Weat Indian Test player, I who had icored 17 noout oer| nlaht was -till uno(, derlaratsor. wilb 3 I. %  and the Australian. P.. .r.a'lc *• not out. Pakistan Detains Empire Boxer Mr Philip Koel-B" Relatkn !, is to be asked in Not Dell" %  • assist in obtaining (be release of tre Nor.Yierr I Empire Game, welurweittll ooer. Lindsay Kir.. who • detains* m Karachi When the teaan arrived at Kindt yesterday. Kin* was oeusMd in the laolatlon hospital • tb, airport becaoa. of a fault H r.tt iBimunuaoon papers. TV. papers did not indue,I Hnctor->rertlcateo(>.. .ion K wouWnot ne auowed to continue hn journey until hiquarantine was up RUM James, manaaer of uie Rhodeaian team, who ameed here today on his way to Auckland. has received advice from K that Pakistan apparently has no „l releaslne the Empire Games boxer uUl his nine-oa iuararaaa) Is up on January Vie. James itherefore •.-> -.is noueat to the hlafcert arael.|loas and coasactin, Mr Noel-!! The Rhodcatan team feel Kins has beer, victimised because he i lone in *e team held a South African passport and they think that beeaie c: laus the Pakistan ..uthornaas went out of oh" to be aimcult • Tai ITliiiiiaaaaaii " Srdrsfy this oaarninl eery tired ,rw7.n e,ght-dav flilht days Issuer than wa> sen. TWy r.y the ftnal stage of Ihe.r ,s*nev-arr. the Tassnan Sea —bi a nvtn* boat tonight, reach-s Auekla.id at dawn '**' The Eanptr. Game. Stan in Auckland New Zealand on laO uraay. rVhruarv 4 100 Out Of 100 CAPT Die* Jordan acaead a p-jtibkon Saturday last, at •* %  Small Bore K5 Club at*** Ttie best sreres were M '•** ,w £ The C4manaa.vea.th declaration left IMla witn the Uak I * mat far victory in the three hour* rernaining for i would be at the rate of iuo rin* an hour. India lost their Arst 4 wictv*f r-t half art hour for II run*. A itojad cautious BIU skipper. Harare and II who has pule-' many a light corner b rngagentenU again** the Commonwealth, enabled India U) save the match. At tea time they had uken the %  core to 41 %  I im->1 the further aU-rounder. took 2 of in. .na. The Commor. %  second being drawn %  I 41 TW l.t ISVIV... I ,........ oMUSl \l TH . IKX14.* ,' avsrnvars I'M (i Diu r MfLooirs o/v THE MIQtfir WURUTZER THE ifGTRIAOFNSO. 4 ZA2U' SU^MERiklLL WITH SUPPORT.**. TROUPE OF LOVELIES * JTA)' BW/W TO ASK ^UESTIOKS (SHfRMt* SNACKS) ILK. FootbaU Fans Hope Argentine Visit WiU Take Plaee By JOE THOMAS Will British footba: (rxrtballers in action this month? To thoiasands of fans. H For many weeks tbe ne-apapers "Soaping" dulls hair — / HA to qbffftes'tl C*~f** a— COMPLETE laah m personal aUrucfum." UsvVr. C" -ess 3t Soviet W omun \\ ins \\ orld's Chess Tourney LONDON, Jar. 18 Lyudnula hue Union won the Chew Championshi;. in Moscow r: a total of 11 5 pointe cut of a possible 15. according -o a Tass S. Bey me-aaae received in London She) drew her last tame with de Sllans irrance Beater. England Beats Switzerland "i-0 Capt. J R Jordan .. air. M 0. Tucker I Kebtatt Mr w A Richaraaan Mr T A L Roberts „ K S Yearwoorl Major A a' Warren M. P Ci^er 100 100 at %  a, •a %  %  M h Marnton-Cray l>TaVt*>f •*>*** s*rt* -S4MII. raaw 4> UIIH A 11 J • • •II 4 • %  „ 1 I • It f I.U1M1 | I u Ml A Wtieu.i oaod troan aCtuai Di* i& %  icama-ot• .( U. rUMrTD 1 %  %  .-o < k i .;. T.'-l I • me ^rat SO minu-.. erland dominated the | quentiy attacking but failing to •core England on the ouHer band Fighting To Slop A Fight i. ON: %  Sam Beck' promo:.%  • top Britain i -xing show of IBM. -.-.erang legal to prevent Joey ".' i meeting Fro* London. Becker iikwiii Hal Mi.v. %  p" Brit.^. owter *o has arrang' J the title fight, and Jack Kaarr.i. dra K* • >n to Becker' figtv. reheduUd S^ornons Baud. %  have annouaced the Racing Club. Argentine Lea*"* Chajnjions, would finish their present European tour with a match aaa aa atthe Bntaah FootbaU Cup holders. WolveraaMDptOB. on Jaouarr 1. and against the Leacue Champaons. PofiB^ncuCh. two days Uter But the Britiah Football Association has so far been unable to ge: in t4*acfa with the Racing Club or receive word from the Argentine Football Aaaociat.on conflrmnc the dates foe the According to one report, the Racing Club is to play in Lisbon on January 15, TO this would Wpe off the match with Wolverhamptan r C A Luapenny. the Argentine F A iepresem.il.ve in London. the dark as :e plans of the "ArgenSecrecy ctj ..:ers hav; dM Argentines ...ped themselves up in i. mucn secrecy as the Moscow vaBakaj If Sacinc Club can fult.ll only -U Portsmouth contest, the date r..-; have to be changed because -..-am is schedule ^^.tzerland on January ; a and the Footbnil Association Aa.nu British international play t.s. selectors and other officials to see the South Americans to get i, !-ne on World Cup form, and u*y obviously cannot be in two p.aces at once. If a new date is impoaaible it may be suggested that one of Uie rtnrr two Argentine clubs, the •k-weils Old Boys and San Lorrnao. now touring Spain and pd, would like to come here taafaad One report suggested that Argentine ofncials are diasatis%  ..f-v-rifty gate money ., n.ch would operate* here .,,.: %  55.600 guarantee for _(LN.S.) iacht Season Opens Saturday THE ICftfl opens with tne sailint. regatta Saturday Thehandicai> ar ...iowy vst saan i %  • gsa D S D IS •M B T I 1 19 S b > War Ctoud l %  Ye. "soaping" your hair with even francat liquid or cream .h*mpoo hide* iia naturjl lustre with dulling -nap film. • %  no rinf>oui ihimfraaran< lalhrr riawa kind of waiir—orcdi no %  ihat'i luurou*, use Halo. '' %  .-jBfj aatCNICA'S HCCrST SCltlNC SHAMPOO %  — HALO reveals .he hidden bea.ly of yoirbaj i IO in CM 1 3 •> • o a a J %¡ i t> • nUT Eaa R-J)ir4 s.rvt -a Oataa B • -. I 4 I* 1 B 1 %  Aatra : • -^ aasf %  agaaa P-a> 1M C l CaVfdt-M C 3 C i Rar.Mr Wiurd 11 BASKET-BALL LONDON. (By M %  I part ev-pry weel in the .oat graceful sport — oaataaaasD Last year was a pe*. >ped that %  %  i akiui'. lubs gra bring about uniformity am at| %  .•ami in re.i %  rnaUonal gaii-' I.N %  Joey Maxim fought hM 'rom UW Cle\elana slums t top-line flg*.tng. : --ncan t.> sake l *mt ampee'-.ive. but .n the biggest boxing year side eame more into thdj t-ver planned in Britain. and the longer thr gan <33O.00O dollar went the better they playc*:. boxing progrjinii'.c pliinned b: whereaa SwitzrrUnd 1YU right i Jack Solomoiu away England's clever pacing Ukf defence | SlW.t* 1 .... who looked a \Tr> tired tesun Trom the Mi nrough the second half..the Solomon*" show goes on wi Eaai rciuroad ah ID4 • A li • • • ; *>,• an* %  facood I-. • • W avt iftar. i..a fea reuani %  %  nut. The Weather i i a til I u I I Ul.Un. 6 So am llich UaUi LM I II >1IKI>.\ ksuafall iludrinduii mi ratal t... M..11II. H \r*irt gfM : is kH IraaaM-'-lair .v itajn Mm '15 iad UarrrUan ami I 11 Mil VI B] I \\>nti \.l... il. IH m it< < |.. asjssj %  ar %  %  !. % %  I n. (l pai m. [on the S164VOOO dollar Bruce Woodenrk Id world iveavyweighl at London's V. on Hay 31 or June 1. <_-nt bantam rhampmn -.ullivan. i acheiuled to a world title crack at the laVasaCan bantam champion. Ma •hp Rntish welter itb luiuta : R.>bc. io .i .sT(MMM) In Golf Prizt* Mon<> LiQHPCf*! E Many American, Argentine. ttatlao and South Afnean golf arirfeattonals have already made *.r iniantton* to ccanuufor some of the 170.000 pnzc n.:.ney being oftervc. JI big tourEngland and Scotland Scotland will rave the cnan•i aiships this year The "OPEN" will be at Troon (July S— ~>> and the Amateur at St. Andrews (May The North Brttiah Profeartonal C.-lf Tournament, wun a prize of $a,.aOatHarrogatenx be 90 hole* medal pu. di>vs instead ot M hole* qualifyII holes toun M The women's chan-.pionship. M even greater * Cup maL.1; li Aisaerica next S^ifmber. wi be bead at Royal Caasoty Down ir N rthem lretand Several Ameraan wttl try to captui the utle heVd by Ster j ^ K 8 Tte nd s>-.. copy %  ... Waniari. 1 IS %  1 30 p HI T-kBriUvin J II Dm SoorP m aUOto f"lit p m Tl railkaaaaarCNXIMMT. an Otnc*. PM** S p m Oaaa* 1 U p in Ton. Jnn*+ Trm ha. Thtrt pfoar.' 7 io TI "i Ncsri Anah'sW Long Sleeves suit % weather. Make your on sivles with : DRESS PRINTS :ifi" wide n I l>er yard .. f\f >!FU( FRISEDU ireen. inn tb in peach. ;iC" wide pajr yard In white %  Mr.. I p a io p m 15 v %  Maan Utf Oatarr. Ssuadv alBCPharaion al ina* T* %  apacial Dwpa'cvaiue and Billv Thompson U > Car %  bid w nig. asM%weaaM title from I is confide-.: the light-heavywe.gm utle bat '•as even dacid. | .;.e me.i* %  I S • t il Co.eaa. -ho a. we* ik. weaaan %  •eaatK i.tla fa. HM fn. ^tt% P'tct4*r>t thawat.wig (aaaaala in •arb (•cli.h aad S-CH,,.. la-* t >aaarr ta. M>. Un March aha Mas la IN bat .0", %  i.m, "J — mm •• wHIi ha* haia—aad llao ta |*4a ha* huih.r.4. Calonvl W. H L Co.---. aa4 ..t ap J hoaaa a* Uajaaa. They'll Do It Every Time \\\ Jimmy Hatlo 0T WHEN ITLOOKS LIKE VOU'RE RETURNING STUFFTHEY [XfcCk'CR PUN A MILE. .v/.v/-v/-v///a'///-'V/V//. ,.;::•.',;' /////•*•*' MARINE HOTEL Our Kitchen is now open to 2 a.m. DELICIOUS FOOD Special Menu for light evening Suppers e Also A La CARTE DISHES. STEAKS. CHOPS and CHICKEN % %  -nca l.,i. I .,. Wuil I'jrlv roil* and try — KctMm.thlr MM — GIHMJ Sertirc. Trlrphimr ::513 : % %  • %  :: % %  %  : : %  %  .:v.::-ss.:-ss.v.vs.::If You're DIZXY Look Out for KIDNEY TROUBLE II rsa ban oaaj ssdU' -* ym haal K sid sfhr. sod >au CBB'I BM UMII* Ul. w UaW,i. Hsalln, 'IISSIII fate IIMI.IH I .*'"<• and sassM sdasksa.lK.aUW. >~ W*.. Il IIsrsssa fc~ n tWH >* h raissas. ao4 Hraalsslaas'.asa'tanlnllhsrssal. M •Isacs. 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|\(.I FOIR THE BABB.SOS ADVOCATE TIUUS1M V .' rci'Mtv „ BARBADOS *£& ADNOOATi: r 1 %  — *— 1 I'olilit"! .\-stron*; By W. J. Brown. MP Behind Three Front Doors l*itll,h*4 t'T" UMM L*A. K area* u Indsstows i.v. January IS. 1950 \,..l Heaven Too? THE NH awaited and much heralded manifesto ol the British I-abour Party published yesterday is a disappointinc. document. It comprises a vague list of slogans and omits important issues from the consideration of the electorate who will decide in the next five weeks whether Uwj will continue to commit the destinies of the nation into the hands of a socialist government or give the Conservatives or Liberals a chance to do better. The document trumpets the successes of the British Labour Party without paying due regard to the outside measures on which these successes were based. It points out that Labour has done much already to bring Great Britain back to her place in the sun without admitting that the Labour Party could have done nothing without American aid. It was ungracious enough -.,. help which the • %  1" GrP '" Brltam and the world generally, especially at a time when British dependence on that aid has no; vet vanished, and it II still questionable whether the a,d so given has been used to the best advantage. There is nothing new in the manifesto repetition of old and well-used M doubt appeal to those ., the slums in the bad old days under the welfare lUU .. change in social condiUttle that is con:• has indeed .o door for a real',' m by the Conserve aim of the a to b. %  A U iisation _>,. rous one tort.. that sliippm., is I ll because the So.: %  ,1 ihe Colonies have t> proves that the S merit are totally oblivious of their d B hc weltai they ,o.pon S ible. The peopl" ' *h' vote m the elections and .,, Socialist Q. •h.-Weetlndiv •• %  or, b, a bleak future for them tf ,.ts proclaim ml. peace and f r everyone as if t'.. %  %  Bul ", n d It I., fund *' approach a I .1 Ihe dollar gap v. %  hear make this plain ijn inI %  All Lined Up For The Great! Slanging Match THE Ad "f Impending production .^button %  < %  ; t-^SmfSr^^ *~ '"*, '* "* ?,££ behmd cry •Torwird one at— Its effect on Ihe lea'" parties is another and very differ •rsblp .( %  On the r:tnk and file, the general election has the %  M supports it or oppves it Niver wa< there so good a Gov• or so bad a one. Never did a Government fulfil Cor fail 10 fulfil) *-. many i -""lises. If ih %  will be the Immediate ment or dom of Heaven on earth — or a rapid spin down to oi reli lion For the rank • no half-tones. All is black and white If the be all up 11 the blank Son lor All aceordlnl to ones of view one thine, tioned in one ol them .,„.„, As lor the programme, apart Simultaneous .. from the complete absence of any FOR many unions have % %  —"i, lo the development of put in claims and have announced imperial resource., it might have h a. they will proceed with them len abstracted from my articles They include the Am.lism.tea on this page Engineering Union, the National But while Mr Morrison drops Union of Railwaymen. he Qecthe slogans of Socialism. ai.d subtrical Trades Union the snop >ulutes the empirical approach to Assistants' Union, the >" !" <"* a hard practical problem other Workers' Union, the Post OnXe things are befng said by other Engineering Union and ne ( w.ngs of the Socialist movement Engineering and Shipbuilding Thus this week sees the pubDraughtsmen's Union, llcauon of Keeping Left — a Sometimes indeed, the same ol union cries "back" and lorward pamphlet Issued by a group — — Left-Wing Socialist MPs. followsimultaneously Thus the Training a meeting and discussion at port Union U supporting the GenThis new Oxford Movement talks in a very different strain While Mr. Morrison woos the moderates rd Group soothes and solicits the true Socialists. More levelling down, more and more nationalisation, more and more of the Plan\v—that is the programme of Ihe Left. Wc rcall> not anHertake more nibitai cral Council's recommendation but is associated with the demand of the Shipbuilding and Engineerin£ unions for a rise of £ 1 a week. In their capacity as members of the General Council, some men •support the wane freeze In their igeneral secretaries of unions, they oppose it. and present claims for increase* This duality gives :. escapism which finds expression in demands for "equality of sacrifice What this means is that profit should be slashed, whatever the effect on the national economy PIGEONS screamed round Transport | House, the Socialist Party's sever -storey, headQuarters in Smith-square, Westm.nster Up six floors in a tiny, over-heated room. | Number 153. under a pinned-up photograph | of Keir Hardie. reporters barraged a W haired woman official. ?he said she was an information officer. Mv name? Oh. no. I can't give you that We don't believe in personalities in the organisation." The partv's head information officer. Arthur Baxi sandy-haired, thin-faced, casually at ease, came IB. Reporters closed in. He leaned back in his swivel chair. -Candidates* We've got* 589 candidates already endorsed, and 24 to come. Forty are women. When Parliament is dissolved every HP. makes for h;s own constituencypronto. %  We are fighting on full employment, social service, fair shares for all. -Confident of success" Course we are-just like the other fellows "Send Mr. Attlee" will be a certain request from the "doubtful" districts, where thusiasm most needs whipping up. All expenses are borne by the local parties. Under the Representation of the People Act. election expenses have new limits. Candidates in county elections may spend £450 (a^Hwr* CROWN MALT EXTRACT BOXES FULLERS SHORTBREAD R W 11 BAKED BEANS AUSTRALIAN BARTI.ETT PEARS BASTOS PORT WINE—Lg. Bottle BASTOS PORT WINE—Sml. Bottle ' > % nt vroRK*. TOOLS STANLEY BLOCK 1 SMOOTH PLANES RAPIER PLANES & PLANE IRONS STANLEY CHISELS & SCREWDRIVERS SPuKESHAVES hAND DRILLS SUDING T BEVELS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS BACK 1 COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS and many other Items lo interest cood CraflasHss SELECT THEM EARLY: :' Mr. Morrison remarked the _j us 2d. for every elector on the constituBut on the p.'"' ,k commitments, howLmpendii moon of caution. For what the •up says to-day may o* held up against it lo-l that espccla'.. crnmiM ''" M So for some little time past the has bt le, untan be sure uf meeting in a'.. :. undertaken But his col!' • h e Oxford • are prcguaided, vi %  %  \ on becomes ^ middle cautions jslx'iit l-ihour Believcf In o( wna promises to be ere long economy and %  that American Indus' trial output VM per man as English output. Why .is" Because the American w o Itman has twice as much horse-power in the way of mathan the English workman. Mr. Morrison said that the national income had to be expended -without over burdening the WILKINSON & BAFNES CO.. LTli. SuceMMnt* C.S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. Phones: 4472 & 4687 HN — Mi economic blizzard. Spr.-.k -i-rejaes lt;ie of the %  r HA vi %  %  %  the social Labour movement. This week the Union Congress General mMti the assembled committees 200 trade unions, and will seek •s rifommendaI led for a year. But, as on the political side, so. i u t overtaxing 'the incenuve and enterprise of individuals."' But simultaneously Sir Will Lawther issues most categorical and. in%  pudent orders to the Chancellor as to what he is to do Lord. The difficulty about voting Socialist at the election is that nobody who does so will know what he will be voting for. WORLD COPYWRIGHT RUttVZD. —London Express Service. Gangsters Always Pay Their Debts MBM Plafc A BILL ixw>t.nx %  duty lls| .. artth thcap%  unity, n there i olffleulty HI obtai, '< '"• becue ul Hie .Id be 11111 in lh : tuntbta loculy. %  t as l Hilll..s. guy from the West Side is openini a candv store on the next block." "He aint gonna open.' sain the hoodlum. -Koep "The nun who sells me my chocolate syrup, all of I he wants a 15 per cent mark-up." "I'll discuss r. with him. Chances are you'll action. One more wish lo go—this time make it food." •Thai. Ihlnk of." said Ronowiu. "excepting* maybe >ou'd like lo tell me how it fekj when >ou was in the mattress.' The gangster's lips lightened. You're makln' fun of me. Pop." I wanted' to pay ya off nice and aitcd in prop(r [ul ^icc y a don %  i: lhat way. maybe I belter try somethii Ten minutes later, as per 'phone Instructions from the hoodlum, a black car drove up and encv roll. I "* Not so lucky are candidates in borouRh' J constituencies" They are allowed to spend |£ the same initial £450 and then a sum based -J on 14d. for each elector. What about gifts of money or M Mr. Bax swings round in his chair to give the firm answer: All gifts to the fight, of money or services or what-have-you. must be counted as expenses." Abbey House, the Westminster headquarters of the Tories, is having its fac; lifted. Steel scaffolds cluster round it, chisels chink and peck at the smoky stone. Inside, there is a lot of bustling from room to room. Outside most di ..were coal scuttles filled with ashes. The place used to be an hotel, is warrened with passages, has also balconies, arches. Press Officer Gerald O'Brien, burly, % %  mooth-suited, slow of speech, has his office high up in the building. It is spartanly furnished. A china sculpture of Mr. Churchill—the sort of thing you see in gift shopsis on the mantelpiece "Our policy in a few words? This. Mr Churchill recently quoted Sir Hartley Shawcross as saying: 'We are the masters now. Mr Churchill went on: 'Should it be that the burden comes to us, we shall say "V.V are your servants." That's our poUl l.\JO Y THESE .. SLICED BACON—per lb | J SALAMI -SACSAGE—per lb DANISH CHICKEN BUOTH—per tin DANISH COCKTAIL SAUSAGES—per tin DANISH HAMS (about 4 lb.)—per. tin -j FRAY RENTOS TOMATO SOUP—per tin VITONE-ner Bn PINEAPPLE JAM — 2 lb tin HATED MILK—per tin Orange Juice—per tin SWIFTS LUNCHEON BEEF—per lin NESPRAY—Hi lb tin BOYARDKF. SPAGHETTI DINNER—per pkg. QUEEN OLIVES per liol ''tr*' TOMATO KETCHUP—per Dot HOLLOW AY'S GIN—per hot DRAMBUIE—pei <#": HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY—per Dot.. 1 "' HARVEY'S HUNTING PORT—per but. I Rj IfJI pjvi RSOi SMC U5'. ft la %  We Proc | Statist* Id Sfutl A to., m -aid the other. "Ltt*J ;of." The mobsters went upstairs ar.d ^"^J '""d" I*don"t like tt '/. heard the doo.He banked the %  (limb into a car and d Then hi iown and I mattresswa. 'You done fit" V %  a wad of bills out _; %  pc, when ir^. w " lu cd m, lhe luntin'." %  %  nan.". Ml said the gangster. "Make a wish. yet, mako three %  nes." • % %  rekeepcr. "ks some bark headed north and kept joirvg unUl it parked new W^hUr-TETdrSer U-ok whiles """e chains from the lulle ; artment. put heavy piece of scrap lion on lhe old BMA^ middle and then lashed his less to his chest so the metal was welled In between. "Throw him over when I count three." said the hoodlum. •Tv. „ The old man braced himself and wondered who would min-1 lhe store next day. Suddenly the lanisler gunnel He walked over and began lo [ .1,. MM .r....n> .JU lot vour answer. Pop," he said. "Thai's how 1 tclt when I was in the mattress -Ul \\ bat's on Todaj .Meelins. I oii.iin^ioiiers ol 11..,lin -1 Ml. liael al l0 p.m. Mreiinx. st. ll. Tealn at I tin I. %  I ii< k,l Mssl liamr Keni. al 1.3a P.m. %  eetlM I In I.I l liurrh teslr> al 2.011 p.m. Irie Tories field 625 candidates, including about 60 "Tory-Liberals.'' Local associations have booked halls up and down the country. Kuir-haired Joan Oodd, who arranges the lists of top-rankins speakers available for the meetings, has been w. i king "morning, noon and night, seven days a week." No Tory candidate who was adopted after' January 1, 194i*. is being allowed I anything at all towards his election e>-i since the rtport on party organisation by Sir David Maxwell Fyfe's Committee. Masses of pamphlets and booklets are now being printed. In Abbey House telephones ring and typewriters rattle Heads pop round the door. Mr O'Brien leans forward over hi. •ive been ready for this election since November. There's no question of our having to gallop up to the post to start. The central offices of the Liberal Party are divided into three parts. They are on both sides of Gayfere-street, S.W.I, are Hsted as the Liberal Central Association, the Party Organisation, and Literature. A Dictaphone is on his desk, a coloured pins for sticking in maps "to report progress." On the wall hangs a list of all the ..i-.es. Beside each i : 'loured disc ready to be flipped down for victory. In a room on the first floor back sits greyhaired, black suited deputy chairman Edward Martell. He is shortish, brusque. I F E u f< T I : m m IT %  M tt al %  %  u pn *' of' M tm %  w stfl 0 .M AIM f ,1-', %  afts ol ll Hk Bit u c Ol II IIIAIH-IIS SA\ : The .Nervation Ok* TUv Sahliall. I plic Id By i ritktI Aull.orili* s n. . • J I _ sa aaasltB ( %  „. 1 no fore i *h> 1 DUM nl C.vi .mil flmul ,i: Laws of GCKI. sre Invi.l%  I Phdlips deserved .list, WhI L and I guess quite a fe. Hall second place reother people majht ask is—free, what's free about il. lhe embarrassment .. . .. fMfc caused by lhe behaviour of certain Britain to-day is about as free .udi.'nce ihe ne*; ' %  ••-" (-" "",",. ; !" : rt-COmIII Cd l-ckedd*xKs. How uin that E. tAelve to fifteen l^nd ^e Mother Coui enfthen th? prohome ol the tree. c-n-. Ihla state. Not evei, her childi %  nd I limit thai %  I ptosoure them and ti %  nt did nt %  / o. ul Tak ul English woman abroad used to earrunc my ow n living and it makes me mad when I hear the poor opinions people of othci countries have of the British he ne*t * %  man in ^ ail *> ehlnd double , uk what are the people of How is it that EngBntatn tn.nk.ng of to allow this %  ^ sUte 'A tnings "we never thought of the British as a gaggr I depart>eaU could then be sold —as we might %  -.aUon but as ^s and concerts with the —care ver> much about her and a irM and independent country some caaes positively dislike prou d of her name as liol Britain and all things BnUsh. democracy and her place m the world.' We have no place tha: .mount.* Xt anything in I and tos>* and musical expertenv £nTVno"w" wh^Tto 52T* fc St h ^ ST! We do up I "PThe $ S A — th t Bre 1 man and woman in Britain to-dav the bud by country which does no* know c| wanu u wouldn't lay night* !" u< ""I£ ,lK) ^J? ut **" bu l U jp It te better if wc backc, discouraging, unintelligent, incxher posltiOT both great and fr?e ^^^ power and beca;. uaable and_inexphcable judging, on^ irid^vidual enterprise andjree we --^ heading for fast anywaya Nationalization — The Labous r^WwhcT would be ^so^^^r,"w;r,romu 'S^S^.^^t^'^LSS: '" their,erm of omce. bun,em. ^.'^ doc )uM wha LOCAL Tin %  Ail's rim \h.,ui It.' second rate nation—at leasi could do it jr., > .n a com%  I al %  %  >, person agrees "f lees. industry Aithout whonland to-day would be in a so ry position and *UI the labour party could : bmn in Enjland for the TK.Ed; aecsstfl thinj—many an A asks, why do we lend Britain people at home thi-ik but believe ayi be an fclfmoney to throw down a drain >unsasH. Ul* colonies ds naUonalise everyand all •* %  satssr eaasMm And England shall be tp A .us hated aresth :1s of some their money an %  \ in.; U VISITOR FROM VENEZUELA tATS BOLOONA SAUSAGE SALAMI SAUSAGE BREAKFAST SAUSAGES COCKTAIL SAUSAGES CORNED BEEF wilh Cereal CALVES LIVER OX TONGUES TRIPI TURK: CHICK] ROOT CUCUMBI FISH COD FIIJ-F-TS IHEL S.M.MON '" MM —\ rSott PEARS In ti" OUAVAS in W n UM "5— — CROWS^T F ANCHOR POWDERED Ml Order NowTrum GODDS*' 8 '^



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T" rHl 'R>" \Y. MSCASf IS 19S0 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TV Struggle For The U. S. Rum Market WASHINGTON. (Bv Mail! Cuban and Puerto Rican rum merchant? in the U.S. hi it "hev "ill lose an y appreciable share of the multiIITMI dollai >' s ;um lark|, l Hirnugh the new tariff SSn. on other rum, .„.,., BWM IIMM rmmiiii L* w they wiU on Km!,.*,, ,.,„„ ... mio much-nocclra .xexperts said that lhn r .-..uiilrv r3-n" !" '."".I !" -", bar.,,,,,-. Rua „„, ,cc<-n.lp„t SICO.000 into the expansion >i IH :h;,t ihry wore In the nary Itaiaa of a cnmp.-iiKri to Incraaaa sales of Haitian brown rum ,,, :l,e llnileyl Stales. Dominican sources said that 1 lovernment experted to t,-. :s mm production '" !" the JuncUon with ,1 the IMI mnmei at rrrs aw "",' % %  ,0 "2K i, new I.W dollars a proof ?*. rhange wipes out B* The *anw additional af^cent-a-Wlurtfl advantage in ihe U.S. rt ',„ Puerto Wen „n,l ,1 ,he junction with „ gen. B Salt* their rums are not nation programme. %  • w duty A J B Davis. Crown Agent for •""--"Vi" "' %  >' % % %  ' %  '' '"""' "" %  B,i,lsh Colonies, said British „e United 8tatta than si countries combined. T %  the United SI •••• than ill Guiana firms are considering countries combined. The programme to biost U.S. sales Islands usualb supply Ov, any lUUJta their high-proof Demerara while British Embassy reported that Jamaica Arms a o T|am|,ca and Cuba are the third | working out a similar programme. — suppliers i una %  Lag) year's Imports of fon-Uo) Jamaica in MS. before ruma arm lower than 1948s a 4 the war. But it ... subsequently less than thoaa CJaTirnUf Jamaic.i its share of the ears. hta %  S in post-war Kive Keasons %  lamce Flllius. Waanlnj amative of the Puerto Rican "intitule, and Arthur Qtiin.i. u tivc of Puerto Rico', ilaw. Distileria Ser1.1l,'. ^'flva reasons for behevini; lor the better pre-war yajanl Puorto Rican shipments record an increase The United States imported 2M.60S gallons of foreign in IM3. as compared with 7.450.051 gallons al ihe wartime peak in 1944 I1.1M 111 1936. the best vear. Jamaica in 194R sent 96.392 galPAGE THREE 3 Russian Satellites Walk-out Jan 18 Delegates of the Soviet Union. Poland. Itvelo-Kuasia and akmaM all walked out of the United Nations Economic nnd tit Commission proton against the presence of the Chineee Nationalist delegate —Heater. U.S., U.K., Fnun Try To Br.uk D.adloikWithUSSR WASHINGTON..Tun. IB. Tho Stale D < %  ji :i 1 tm on I announced today that Britain, Prance and the United Suites are to mako another attempt to break ttions with Russia for an Austrian treaty, vhleh broke town last November. In :i statement, which again tor the aeadlock the Slate Department said it had Instructed Admiral Alan Kirk, United Stales Ambassador ; n Moscow to %  atattona" to the Soviet Government %  —tar. m thtnew duty cut will not tons, as compared with 315.813 in I Puerto Rican rum -;al(- hi 1U44 and 82.478 in 1936 Thing French West Lndlea sent u.915 Cnbii is the only substiintiid I gallons n. 1948, as against 1.176,(Oreiri producer of the -rry ] 74S i n 1944 and 23.407 in 1936. light-bodied rums I'm 'rta ltlco Cuba sent 86.368 gallons in 1948 Birkefc m the US. The no'* compared With 5.724.550 in 1944 tarin* policy does not change [and 347.222 in 1930. Puerto Rico ggba's competitive position sent 526.250 gallons in 1948 6 740 dace the duty on ( Uban mm | 500 in 1944 and 717.519 in 1947 5d the French West Indies B have specialised markets in fcU-S. They differ from the fillte and gold rums <>f •sjrto Rico and Cuba almost M much as dry gin from pOiod gin—hence Ihey offer •j, more competition. At retail stores. Puerto Rico's gay free rum can sell al .i-i %  DM t. bottle cheaper than dnr foreign rum '.V! gU add 15 per cent and re%  Bare 33 per cent more, to fjt 420 dollar lul UMtle case of foreisn rum. PH> United States, over the %  an, has develop! ajeference for th< arid rums in most rum drinks and for the black rum in ptKhr and cooking. Haiti, rinidad. Bai Bamintcan Republic would iave to siart making drier Vlighter iinnHI iui.iiiit> or %  t across thl %  pture mon Btfket for their brown nuns. DM Puerto Kican < ;< merit has taken % %  I aid aaiure the quality of all Hi rums, and together with producers and lunched a multi-million dollar campaign of advertising wd merchundiMiiK OB rum Shipments Depaittiieiit ;tatdw* that during the Brat Moths ot 194a, p to the mainland 906,769 Wkms of nun. valued it "II dollars. Virgin Islands over the partad shipped 352,747 galworth 4g;> ;;i hmort:: gn runu were 150. '• %  ; worth 7ft3.739 dollars. loduJed 70.7Ry nallon-i (• %  aica, 61,210 from Cuba, tarn Bnti-r. %  French W. %  %  [ndies, 692 -pnedos. 411 fnan France. mm Trinidad and Tnbaga atnM,,:-.. ^a the Unit.^1 King Ptaeiuela and 12 from the and W n Cuban Government vlgorgpost-d the duty reduction Pr fo eign Iums But (U gta* 'old ihe 111' p -hat f not expect thi Cuban nun **re the nnn if Puerto R,,., who .,i ,, |aUie now dutj %  the D.-,iaiti,, io nave ni rum-maki: %  I !ho o Virgin ^ recent ;. %  yirgin lalanda to 375.000 gallons Lais %  atrior I Itlai Uunh %  run 'Cm,., lOowrt,,. I Ml P Undcr%  f by the Famous AN RAALTE 8SIERF.S %  Rn SUPS 4 NIGHTIES AT THE •WRN DRESS SBOPPE "*>*0 STREET f Faylor Resigns -TRUMAN ACCEPTS WASHINGTON, Jon. 18. Mr, Myron Taylor resigned today .is f'ri-bideiit Truman's Special mi to the Vatican. He is returning to private life. •ptlng Ms resignation with 1 deep regret," Truman noted in . letter that this was Taylor's rath birthday. Taylor has served as Personal Envoy to the Pope tor Reports that he was resigning have circulated here and ubroad for several weeks. ut Taj lor denied them as late as a week ago. Several Protestant organisations have repeatedly called on the President to abolish the specinl post Taylor held. These demands ware renewed again when rei ad that Taylor was remaning. The White House made public Taylor's letter of resignation and Truman's acceptance, but gave no indication whether the President would name a new anvo). Ki iiu i I Caribbean Shipping Good In 1949 Nfe.w YUi-tK. i in man, Shipping btaun I ItMtf. li spite oi tne devaluation ot currencies, ami should continue to ingood tnis year, according to tne rticoa Steamship Co., inc. The company's passenger ana cargo vessels serve the Caribbean area and the company has long maintained %  trade development department, which aids Caribbean businessmen to make contacts in the United States. This deportment baa seen mon than its usual activitv during tin patl jFOar.saig Mr. Wnnam White, president of the ccanpany, "Al ;i result, the volume we have carried southbound has been maintained at a high level i the obstacles brought mi by currency i !! %  liointed out that lot •acttoil oi the Caribbean served by •Ueog is divided Into %  dollar ana an I u sterling area. In Ov area, devaluation brought more import reatrictlon %  % %  i drive to export to the dollar area. In net reauH iieiiiK son %  in south bound tonnage. The company's passenger business in 1949 was maintain 11M8 level. The cempanj passenger vessels maintain regular Weekly 1 sailings irom Ne Orteani During 1949. added Mi. White. the company resumed II bound service from Norfolk. Virginia darted .i last northbound I through the Leeward and I Windward Islands; arranged for | large, modern pier at Haltimore; nnd installed refrigerated space on three big freighters —B.U.P. 10 Days Picked From 18,262 Chared With Immoral Practices BRUSSELS. Jan. 18 people. I ncl ud in g eight women, appearing boforo %  > Uonal Court hare, ope an organisation which "supplied |iuipo*es i< bUshnwnta In Belgium and abroad" c ou na al the proaaoution declared be i day. The • enargad with debauchery, theft and d-bauchinp minors. The organisation l| oper* ate i nrom a <;ite In tha cam Brussels and was officially known as an .'MoJopnieni apciicp /or :.\iitresrcs. ptoescunon alleged to-day that many of the women were of Fn-iu li natioiiBhty. —Iteuler. U.S. Supports Fivnch View on Saar WASH.'NGTON. Jan. 18. larv of State. Dean <>'i, said at a Press Conference today that the United States, in the negotiation of a Peace Treaty for Germany, would sup-' the Fi'-nth view that trie unild have a certain degree Me detined the French position %  IM tha! the Saar should 'oe detached from Germany. and should be financially and econo\ Integrated kid thai the political future of tho Saar should be determined ih concludes the war with Germany. ulans for the leasing Saamines for M) years, %  m don* not prejudice a pence ut added thiit Franco sliouli; A-hich atagrav tion of Geimany into Western —Renter. Trinidad Cocoa Prospects Gootl PORT-OF-SPAIN. (By %  tail) B | cocoa growers expect a deanlta btcraoat in UM tlie next crop, based on the priCSS \ aid Hi Buropo, In for the last harvest of 2A dollars per fanega for estates and 28 rot plantation variety. :io estimate of the size of the crop ior next year can be nit of prevailing log prices in New York and < anadl flu new rate of Ut i ..ncing areas like Guatcmiii. be paid (of I OfVM also expected t< dented Of Heavy market demands for pOOea have already BaOUTI In Trinidad for 1.000,000 lbs. in advance of actual reaplngs. NewYork and Canadian btfj llgure pn lie made. Lam crop, an .utKrcgate of some 3,000.000 pounds was reaped. Of this. 2.000.''".t lbt< went to foreign i linder being held for home consumption and intercolonial trade.—B.U P. picked as a purely personal rlioiet believe they haw ggffasted all hrrausi' our li\ts todai May 26, 1902 Guns lioom salutes. Bands piny liattonal anthems. Courtesy viMts are exchanged. Flags everywhere and "Ban;.ais' without end. A British naval squadron is visiting Tokyo ihe new naval port of Japan. very historic about that, you say Wait. When the ships left, a number of British naval oOeon stayed iwhind to Help tha Japanese build and train a navy capable of defending Japan against the expansion-hungrj Rusi That mission led to:— 1. The defeat ot RuSBia in the psnase war of 1&04 to 1903 (while the British Navv held the ring for then Japanese nllvl. 2. The agreement in 1907 between Britain and a chastened Russia. I | i n t 0 lne Triple Alliance between France. Britain whu Germany. 3. The emergence of Japan— %  I Russia in 191? 'Irst Asiatic Power to challenge white predominance in %  rapea UM CI U %  defeated, Her naval base. Nagaa atom-bombed nun. Hut UM battle civ M Asla for ihe Asiatics.•" has been taken up with enthusiasm throughout the East. And with success. A movement has been launched which may strike at the roots of Western prosperity by denying Europe and the United States the precious raw materials which they have been accustomed to Iraw from the East. Wv Sriitni OHm. The Austrowas split up I republic Hungarian Empire into thiee independent States. tn of which to-day have Communist regimes—Czechoslovakia and Hungary, 3 The c*ar lost his throne. and Russia vanished for seventeen years <101T to 1034) from the stage of the world Powers. The German anniea which UM ltd detached from the woatarn Front helped llindenburg and Ludendorn* to turn the defeat of the Russians at Tannenberg into the rout of the Swamps. That was a disaster from which the Czar's armies never really rea consequence of usagreement "ie Brlttsta Frasteh and tts weariness of ihe %  stern peace treaty imposed on Turkey after her coUapai %  ive them. ng by Hitler tn th.RI llnl in Ethiopia (1935). May :i. IttS lie Gold '' from the Ural by lbs DaUj Express had a diaastroui Argentine And \X Germany Start Trade Talks FRANKFURT. Jan i Argentina and West ited negotiations i ; .-J IOC 1 The Argeuaaa daiai I Or. Louis Campeih, traae agreement wtU be the DCS* coneluded batwaa u ttw West German Republic and Argentina I agreement between tin ihree Western Zones of Oerm.-nj and Argentina was signed las April by representatives of IBS Allied Military Government aSH BO Argentine delegation. li provided for an exchange of goods %  o.OOO.OOO.—I Missouri Still In The Mud VIRGINIA. Jan '.H l\gej oil tankers and d i round the 45.000-ton Mtaaotrl. the United States only in active eommi-niained fast on a mudbauk .n Chesapeake Hay. wnan grounded yesterday. Naval salvage men. were ing the arrival of auto aid attempts to free UM warship, which t* V I leslsted efforts to refloat her An iineAetal bul Inl source iaM the HiMwmrt may run aground baeauaa al ra 1 %  i: %  M sperlmental ",, i """ i ,":'„ %  rldaj on *• bottom „( t.hMaffair /oote 6effer.. sea/p fce/s fetter.. tvfienyw ctec6 QrySca/p \\ started the long train "Mtbag elfect on Hntain both of purer act rhich led to Ihe r* %  '"' • i lt politically m of 1917. \u %  !.,( 23 |93| AiH.nO %  >-, HUT August J.. 1**1 ~_ „ -. „ n :i eeroenerni Korniiov Commander-1 tainty fo> In-Chief of the Russian called to Petrograd by the Liberal ky whose provisional Govertunenl placed the fallen Csar. Keiei,-kv w.mts Kornilov's army to help him and the moderate Socialists lo put down the extresrust Boishevufa iet>entrop m Berlin %  ting makes ei i %  Hitlei will lose the WOT. Hltlsff oat Russia, %  ba raeonaUtuti 1 ategisfs— D tWO peake Day about 50 yards wl le f Lla ihip ctiaimel -Keuier. v.ooo ffaa From Flood* In U.S. A VOI;K. Jan. ill. 1 All ,.f Bood-thre i! K %  ( Aith tbouiani irfugees from UM lowlands Rtvei nral In America's creat midwest river tmsin lnch-rd the exodus | i —(Rriil i i CHANClfl ABl'you have Dry Scalp if >*our hair is messy, hardto-comb. and full of loose dandruff. Check Dry Scalp and improve yOttl chances in business and love by using 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic daily. Loose dandruff disappears because Vaseline' Hair Tonic works with nature—because it supplements the notural •calp oils..Try 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic today. \asrline HAIR TONIC %  %  •iders Riga to the Oarana, and marches on Pet r ograd. This throws Kerens,,. %  Moderate Socialists int" January 27, W06 Section shows landslide defeat of the Tories, and Of the Bolshevik: D of Joseph Chamber-, i evolution." They rearm the Bol" plan. viat workers and The British public had been (whom they had disarmed a few stampeded by the slogan, "Your WSiafai earlier) and give bread will cost you more." I impulse wha h For the take Of I temporary re1 Bolsheviks to stage thei duCtion In the cost of their break* ful October Revolution. fast table, they rejected the tariffs | A new Power is born—the Sowithout which there could be no | viet Union—dedicated to the des. system ot Imperial Preference Britain. August 25, 1914 t met ion oi the Western "boui teois-cnpitalist" way of life and the world-wide establishment the Bolshevist revolution. October 20, 1921 The Kaiser orders two German army corps and a cavalry division to be withdrawn from the. right wing of ihe German Armv Professor Friednch Berg which is blitzing its way through constructs the first test plant at Lfraaea to Pan ports. Mr %  11 GcrmH November :t0. 1943 : th Stalin, lie i.i hill's plan for . drawal of these troops iefl m the German line was exploited by the British and the French. The Germans were turned buck in ihe battle of the Marne and what was to have been a lightning campaign became a long drawn out war which Germany could not win. 2. The Kaiser and his Austrian illy lost their thrones. Germany Tale And LviY Sugar Recovers LONDON, Jan. LH la i .... b] tha i abour manifesto published today. This listed industries scheduled for itloo .n UM event of the 'ioverninent being returned to power. Dullness was widespread in many of the groups including cements and chemicals exception was Tata ail 1 Lyle sufar which recovered from the recent losses when I moved higher tm press consonant Early firmness in Brill was not always held. Final prices showed little alteration on balance, and undertone was tan I Commodity shares were quiei Rub an and oils were generally 'iiaintaine-J in small trading, but firmness ws shown by coppers. Small cash ask ble for fractional loese* bonds. A Arm stan of the mm brought Cape support Free Slaters and although fiu., 1922 General Katnal Pasna, Commandar-m-Chlef ot Turkey's last remaining army lauuchei %  enace. .ien. Pe* %  %  look more capable ol resist. overthrow by tni teuiiine situation like that which (aead UM m trading %  pie in the %  Lsndsn BaptSBi Srr\icr. PERVUKHIN IS STALIN'S DEPUTY MOSCOW, Jan. 18. The Supreme Soviet has appoinled Mikhail Georgievich Pervukhin. Vice-President ot the Council of Ministers. It has released him from the post of Minister for the chemical industry, in which he will be succeeded by S. M. Tikhumnov Pervukhln thus Joins Molotov, lb i I.I. Andraev, Kosygln, Malenkov, Kaganovich, Malyshev. Kru11 ehov. and Tevosyan as I>eput> to Marshal Stalin. —Eeuter. BRITISH BUILDERS GET £4.500,000 MORE LONDON, Jan. IB Nearly :.ooo.ooo workers in British building trade an .crease which will cost Berlin ,ibou: tOdu.OOO a year. Thi crease was agreed today by theadmim-: Soviet Officials Too 'Busy To Attend BF.RLIN, Jan. 18 Twelve M nfftctais, who had t>eeii invited to reception given tonight by the three Western High Commission•d to come because "they %  xlreroely busy in connection with railroad troubles." Among the invited officers were General Vassiiy Chulkov, head of the Soviet Control Mis.-1 Semonov, his political advisor. Major General Alexander Soviet Commandant in Last night, the building %  ;istnal council for I was occupied on hulldlns industry. The increase of West Berlin a scale in accordance city authorities, who had recelvM cost of living— RevUr. ed American permiss, Conference to Discuss Haiti — Dominican Differences HAVANA, ,/an. 18. Differences between Cuba, Haiti and tht Dominican ruKHib lie will H? consideied by United Stall.All tomorrow for a three-day conference. Edward Miller, Assistant Set re%  Mr. Miller said that the; i tary of State. denounce the neighbouring Dominican Republic for alleged cornpltcif v in the abortive atxsmpt in December to assassinate Peres I LK in Estlmo and to overthrow the Government. The Dominican Republic I saboteurs to inllhtate Republic and President Trupillo rsked Congress recently for powers to declare a state of war In certain contingencies.—BX'.P. eerning an economic development treaty each as I signed with Uruguay. These treaties were not indispensable (cr Aid. but the. strated the United States' desire to idly to assist rrnments with finance. 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