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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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- ” friday
January 20

i 1950.

FEB. 18 IS NEW “UL

| BRITISH TRADE UNIONS
ARE BACKING LABOUR

LONDON, Jan. 19.

HE full weight of Britain’s mighty Trade Union Move-|

ment is being gathered for a fighting rele ‘in the forth.
General Election in alliance with the Labour Pariy.

oniy
of the





Thogh-almost half the country’s 8,000,000 Trade Unionists

last week voted against wage stabilisation—an essential

feature of the Labour Government’s Economic Policies, it |
should be remembered that Unionists have always provided

_ the bac backbone ot Labour support,

——% Latest figures show 4,751,030 of
them paying affiliation fees to t
-A stralia | Labour Party through their T:
Uu Unions, . compared with
| 629,025 individual member
Wheat Talks | Party. About half the Laboui
| members of the retiring Parlia-
ment were sponsored as candidate:
‘Sus ended by their Unions. The case of the
Pp | Miners’ Union illustrates = way
|in which the compiex relation-
ships of the industrial sie politi-
(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)| cal wings of the Movement now
c determine Union support of the
ne oe ~~ Election candidates.

Grain experts here sai ay eject Economie Policy
that re ar ccation thaw | An overwhelming majority of
ish purchase 0 aoa. F aries the 611,000 coal miners rejected
had been men e ; Nos van it! the Government’s Economic Policy
not be resume: oe oi eet in a national ballot. but having
tralia, it was un ene was § on ‘| taken this stand, the Miners’ Union
offering Britain the a ee ty| immediately nominated 26 of its
of 60,000,000 ae © maxi-! members ‘to fight as official
= ree 14. = ee Labour Party Parliamentary can-
ment price didate:

(Australian currency ) and Britain Whatever
was still counter-offering a lower miners,

the views of
these candidates

the
must
accept Labour Party Policy and,































ft was believed that the| 2002p! Labour Party Poliey anc, 12 U ah Ambassadors Study
eee, potty Serine an Labour Party discipline in “Th P ] ° ‘
nam Briain’) House of Commons. t The “Caribb * Situati
of the Australian quota. Britain cert ik cae differences Our rales me e€ r ean’ 1uavion
was said to be interested in; about wages policy have been er
Australian wheat only within! temporarily forgotten, and the| JERUSALEM, Jan. 19. | HAVANA, Cuba, Jan. 19.
me ingen seen see Union is throwing its support un-| . sea pl Nomalitioee ss} Twelve United States Ambassadors to countries of Central!
of - y f ions in| , eee ee oe ;
che made and pending, Aus- Metin ‘Communes. The cena Israel and Jordan for thousanas; America and the Caribbean were meeting here today for
tralia, according to Australian} Council of the Trades Union Con-| Of Pilgrims expected during Holy| the second day of a “secret” conference on Inter-American
authorities, has already committed) gress meets next week, and mruet Year, left here tonight for Lydda,! Relations.
most of her “quota for the current} consider the implications of the| whence they will fly on to Rome! — WB tts oe A communique issued by the
Tas ei narrow majority. by which its| /â„¢mediately * United States Embassy here after
nofficial grain traders regard-| wages policy was accepted at a! aT yesterday’s opening sessions re-
ed all the maximum prices (ex-| National Conference inet week. _, warlier today, they retur neal Y ote Should Be ferred indirectly to the so-called
cept for Canadian wheat) as —Reuter. from. the Arab-occupied Old City ‘Caribbean Situation” arising from
‘rather theoretical, since they Siebiaenallbs | of Jerusalem to the Israeli-occu- T k O N the disputes of the Dominican Re-
make allowance only for shipping ied New City i a. en n ew public with Cuba and Haiti
charges, but not for differences in 18- Year-Old ae pilgrims, who arrived ! in| Robert Butler, United States
ty. | + ESCES a | CD ago, said that At B mb © Ambassador to Cuba said in wel-
wpritain has been buying some Convicted For ney had visited Jericho, Bethle- om Oo cor the Ambassadors that he
United States wheat at the maxi-/| hem and te Dead Sea. believed ‘he organism established
mum price in dollars, while refus- | Murder They had found, co-éperation. in LOS ANGELES, Jan. 19 by the organisation of American
ing to pay that price to Australia Israel and Jordan , The American public should be! States for the settlement of dis-
in sterling. It was pointed out that (Barbados Advocate Correspondent Other places they toured dur-| given the chance to vote onj putes should be understood and
Britain is not a free agent. This| ANTIGUA, Jan. 19 ng their pilgrimage were Nazar-| whether the new, more deadly! utilised fully in time to forestall
Moderate purchase of United} Eighteen year old Arsenal Jar-| eth, Tiberias and the, Holy Places| hydrogen Atom Bomb should b={ misunderstandings and conflicts
States’ wheat, was the condition} vis who was charged with the in Jerusalem.—Reuter. | developed, Dr. Arthur H. Comp- | the communique said. }
on which Washington agreed to} murder of 16 year old Sylvia | ton, Atomic Scientist and Nobe He added that such misunder-|
fesume Marshall Aid financing of} Jarvis following a steel band on | Prize winner, told newsmen here } standing should not be difficult t
vital Anglo-Canadian Wheat; Boxing Day has been convicted ~~ us | While he said that he himself/ settle, if the parties sincerely de-
sare . j*by Mr. Justice D. E. Jackson Will Go Adrift | favoured development of the new | sired and were willing to discu
—(By Cable) xt | bomb, he proposed that Dr. Geor ge wr a = and reels)
Gallup..and-others take < on e said tha e organisation
in The Arctic the eat , 2 {could set an example to the
| world
LONDON, Jan. 19 ‘If the result is 50-—50 € Obe rvers ce ered th
British naval volunteers are to} should keep off it,” he se Ifit} though the communique did
pend three to five days at a time) two to.one fox shoulc | mention the “Caribbean S
t drif mm raft o ahead. ‘I, for one, think th speciiicaily, the matter
wate! X test i new ur’ € nould ne ituatior C4 full iscussed at the { i ic
ult “ ti Dr CS n | but nothi vould be said on tt
A aval party sailing at the i Dr. Compton said ai | result of the deliberations
of the month will make tesv's last-| :cientists working on pi Asked yesterday if the situation
ing nine months in both Arctic] before Hiroshima o f oul ‘ iscussed, the Assistant
nd Antarcti waters with the; votes among th elve ry of State, Edwarc ry
sib IS des ‘ keep | they were who presidin aid all n atters |
vivors from wrecks alive at; favour of using it agains : of Inter-American Relations would
ubnormal temperatures.—Reuter, —(Revier, | be taken up
a The Sonferenc
end morrow



























(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) ‘or All
KLIZE, BRITISH HONDURAS, Jan. 19. 5
Al mid-day, the local government claimed that they
not informed officially about the. £2 50 000 sift to tide woe WORE, Jan, 19
3 Le 2 a Se aa . Mr. Nathaniel L. Goldstein,
he colony through difficulties of devaluation. The gift New York State Attorney Gen-
vas announced at mid-day over the local radio from aferal, has asked the Supreme
| Left to Right : Lt. Col, KEITH STEWART and Mr. VICTOR W. London news bulletin. Court of Manhattan for a perma-
VON HAGEN pose for the “Advocate’s” Cameraman. Mr. Von | * The People’s Committee Chair-]nent injunction forbidding the
Hagen is compilin , }man Johnny Smith declared thai}American Bowling Congress from
F ° & a Guide Book of Barbados. 4. Drow ned In } & gift would not do much to help| doing business in the Srate, be-
solve devaluation difficulties, be-}|cause of its discrimination toward
: i cause, according to governmen.}|Negroes and other non-whites.,
| Sydne Floods | figures before devaluatic This was said to be the first
| cost of living index figure wa: ]time a move has been made to
. | 206 points—while Wages were 12( | ban a sports organisavion on these
SYDNEY, Jan. 19 points—and devaluation increas-]grounds in New York State
| : >
le, which lashed Sydney | eq the cost of living 43 per cent | Reuter.
nd its uburbs last night and|/ while wages were stationar
early today, everely damaged Smith asserted “We d
ho! and tore boats from their waint to. be bemeara we att te
How To Get To Barbados |: 3:3, 802,,,,,| tie deiler Snead oSoiteve| Britain’s Coal Mines
Three men were swept from] egonomi independence ” ° >
. es norses ana arownea vnen Printed dodgers declare “Sr Mav Profit £10m.
» Americans want to come to Barbados and other British | crossing a nee ae ie potion and devaluation ruine f laliadadndia’ ie
est Indi Ww set here 4 man, his wie ant ©} the country. People are tattered, 5 mi N, Jan. 1$
* or what oe islands but they do not know — aA t W. children were swepi into the! homeless, jobless and unwilling Britain's coal mines are expect-
v t they will find when. they come here r. Victor sea from the promenade at Cro-| beggars by past and present|ed jo show a profit of £10,000,000
on Hagen, of Connecticut, U.S.A., told the Advocate yes-| nulla. All scrambled back safe-| cojonial economic and political|for the pas’ year if favourable
ys ly except the daughter, aged 6,} slavery. prices can be obtained on the ex-
——_—-—_——- Mr. Von Hagen arrived in Bar-}| who was drowned. “Strachey, the Food Minister,{P0rt market, Lord Hyndley,
Wh bados on Monday from Grenada Owners watched eraft in Syd- asserted that the British people Chairman of the National Coal
at Joint Action? oe expects to remain here for}ney Harbour being pounded to! Wore eating better than before the |/Board said today. Further he
| about a week or more. He i pieces, but were unable to do any-| war, The people in British Hon- | Said that a realistic forecas’ for'
~GOMES WI | iecting-material for publication .f|thing to save them Today the! auras were eating worse, and, to] British production in 1950 was
LL ASK | a guide book of Barbados. This 1 harboyr shores were strewn with from 203 to 240 million tons,
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan, 19. | Said would serve the purpose wreckage.—Reuter. @ on poge 3 —Reuter.
Trinidad Legislature at to-| advertising the island, ar ne
W's meeting will discuss a| Visitors with a historical back- 2s ane »
MSolution by Albert Gomes eset: | ground and vin, wil - Still Feeling The
call a conference of the| tion of what they will find ir;
Indies legislators and other Barbados when ‘ey tisha here. | Mississippi arene |. '
Se aan tn Maa in| sew some. IES PLANS TO 4 PARTIES
- ‘K of February to cousider| Grenada in a house near the Ev sieeiiare ee ides in if
wnat joint regional action should | Maria Hotel and intends to en as Tut Mhiecall,"ahiee. ficods
the _ regarding the future of| nine. months in the We Mperregt have brought the Mississippi to a ROME, Jan. 19. ramme caused a sudden check in
t th Gar industry as a result; during which ume he Ww ea te angerous level. About 8,000 peo- Italian Premier Designate, (eegotiettons
Rites ok down of negotiations | Guide Books on Trinidad, Briti | ole had so far been moved by |Akide De Gasperi, to-day called
Deleat the West Indies Sug ar| Guiana, Jamaica, Curacao an ‘|mule, tractor and every available}a meeting of spokesmen of the It is believed that at to-day’s
& Trinigey of which arrived; the Windward ——_ ; Far-| Vehicle. A dyke holding back the}four Parties represented in the jmeeting Signor De Gasperi
the Br ca taee sday afternoon President of the a _ | swollen river had burst av Booth’s|Gualitlos Gov- aes ee
ish Food Ministry. York, ee at inct vear | Point, Tennessee ernment, which concrete pro -
—(cP)|; Yor r on Hagen ja pat - t Cal ‘ 2 lays 4 1
ei the Guggenheinm Scholar-|. 1m the northwest Californian resigned 10 days YOU MUST read the case | 8â„¢amme for the
won the G ae ‘ed annually tc |lowlands, some communities were|ago in an effort THE ROY IL i new Government
ununist_ Government | ship It ae mee ‘entists. (isolated, Some families at Red-|to overcome un- e eae AL MAIL in | and would ask
en U. N. Deleg ate | acholass, he ‘ates th of this ‘that wood Creek were forced to flee to| expected difficul- Monday's Evening Adve- | the four Parties
Th HONG KONG, 9 20. | z "Vor he he ears Ce tn er ground.—Reuter. ties in the way4 cate. whether they;
€ Chinese ¢ a> Ve Sapee An eed jo f forming j could accept it.
fname ommunist Gov-| West Indies on two biographie aw | Everybody reads the Eve :
fed Nig > esterday notified Uni-! 7 KING GUSTAV gy rags | ning Advocate } yee majority,
bad ations Headquarters that Real Hurricane DUTIES | Up to last ning Advocate Chrisian Demo- |
deieg. "ppointed its own chief | The first is a biography of the RESUMES |night De Gas- | crats, Signor De}
ina ate to the United Nations} tress of Simon Bolivar, Man- STOC KHOLI 19. |peri ad been a! Cc eri's 0 w
- ‘ul ity _Council,. according] Sainz ho live +} Kir vy of Swede I expecied to form his sixth Cabi- } Pai regarded as certain to}
ze Shines C : ae € : mopr net since the war by the end of was not known what
— de this week it ild be adopted by the
id ‘ € i at Grave gree we he | Rightwing Socialists, the eral
i ‘e on page 5 tle here —Reuter ! ne mi - Rey i er











TOURISTS from the luxury yacht “Stella Polaris”
“monkey”.

vendor over the purchase of a

23 Pioneers















'
\

These are locally









Belize Protests Devaluation
‘We donot Want tobe Beggars

-SAY PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE















bargaining in Trafalgar Square with a pottery
made.

Stery on Page 5
4









There is

videspread interest

On Page 3

Wants Bowls |















uocate
TIMATUM” DAY

For W.I.



nicenieeaiever-cheninatpat ———

UK. French
int e,°

US Citizens
_ Interned

| In Soviet Camps
|

BERLIN, Jan. 1).

Several British soldiers, inc. -
ng one Major, a British wo
and several American and Fr¢
soldiers are interned in the Sc
concentration camps of Sach
jnausen and Buchenwald—for *
| Nazi horror camps—accordin »,
| released internees who arrive. tes
| Berlin to-day. f
| Rewter’s correspondent was able
| to speak to two persons, avho said
jincy had seen and spoken with
British awd American inter.:ees.
Other former prisoners, who ar-
rived in Berlin to-day under the
recently announced Soviet
|scheme to empty the camps and
‘close them, gave information of
|the other Allied subjects to the
West-Berlin “Action Group
| Against Inhumanity” which pro-
| cesses all returning prisoners and
|passes its information on to the
| German authorities.
| The “Action Group” has col-
i lected information from different
; Sources on six “British or Ameri-

can” soldiers stated to be in
Sachsenhausen, one of whom was
\identified by two separate ac-

‘counts as definitely a British Ma-
jor, who was wearing a nearly
complete uniform. The returning
prisoners, however, did not know
exactly how many were British
and how many American
neither could speak the other's
language.

Two Yugoslavs,

as

who returned

from Sachsenhausen, to-day told
the “Action Group” fhat they had
spent several months in the
“Foreigners Battalion” at Sach- |
senhausen. They said that bei!

@ On Page 3 i



}

Plans to introduce a Bill in
authorise Puerto Rico to draf
the present economic 2
announced by Dr.

sioner, before he left here by
”

Torso’ Murder |:



Case To Be |
| Retried

Trial Judge Ill

LONDON, Jan. 19

The Judge, trying Brian Donald |
Hume in the “dismembered body
nurder case here, was carrie
to hospital for an operation toc
and the case will begin again v
a new judge.

Hume is accused of muraer.a
Stanley Setty, London car deaics
whose remains, dropped from at.
aircraft, were picked up on the
lonely marshes round the mouth
of the Thames.

Mr. Justice Sellars, anothe:
High Court Judge, arrived at the
Court where the trial was to g«
into its second day this morning
and told the Jury: “Mr, Justice ,
Lewis has been taken seriously
ill, and will not be able to proceed |
further with this case.”

He then formally discharged the |





Jury, told them they would bx
resworn and the trial would star: |
over again.

The evidence of the 20 witness
heard yesterday will be taken
again.

Reputed to be the tallest man
on the British High Court bench.
Mr. Justice Lewis is 69.

Mr. Justice Lewis last night)
attended the grand day of the|
new Law term at the Inner Tem-|
ple—centre of the British Lega
Community,

He became ill after his return
home, and was taken to hospital
this morning. He had been in con-
siderable pain during the night
—Reuter.

Will Taylor Have ©

A Successor?

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19

President Truman told a Press
Conference today that the ques-
tions of continuing representation
at the Vatican. and appointing a
successor to Myron Taylor weve |
both under si'udy at the State De- |
partment.

Taylor’s vesignation was an-
nounced last night.—Reuter.

|
|
|
j



Snow Cuts “Phones

BOLOGNA, Jan. 19.
Heavy falls of snow today
blocked many mountain passes

across the Apennines in North-



ern Italy.

cations between Bologna and}
Florence were cut, when the

weight of the snow bore down
he verhead lines.—Reuter.

Puerto Rico Has

Surplus Sugar |
| 9,600 Tons Unsold |

"atlons
Antonio Fe

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| GSRSSESSSSS 9S

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Sugar Delegates

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Jan. 19.
“ULTIMATUM SUGAR’ date by which West
Indian delegates musi give an answer to the
Food Ministry has been extended from January 21
to February 18.

“Gleaner” Attacks
Ministry Of Food |

Sugar Decision |s a Brutal |
Slow To West indies

Ba

The Food Ministry announced
{the granting of this compromise
to the West India-Committee last
night and Mr. J. M. Campbell is
cabling the news vo -the West
Indian delegates this morning.

It is significant that the compro-
|mise by, the Ministry still fixes
\the final dave five days before the
}General Election.

| The Food Ministry's reason for

iCos Acvocate Corresponder









Ki NGSTON’ J’ca. Jan |meeting the West Indian demand

Jamaica's Executive Council | only halfway is that there is an
will discuss the sugar impasse |assembly of the International
with Jamaica’s B.W.I.S.A. dcie-|Sugar Council on February 27,
gate R.L. M Kirkwood ,-}and hey want to knew. before
morrow morning and itis cx-/then just exactly where they
pected that the Jamaican Gov-|stand with regard to contracts.
ernment will back the dele
tion’s refusal to present terms Not Enough Time

offered by the Ministry of Food.

|

The crucial deadlock as point- The West Indian sugar in-
ed out by Kirkwood and empha- | terests in London feel vhat the
sised by the “Gleaner” editorial extension while averting the
“Accept? No!” is that wherea:| threatened blow up in the next
the British Government under-j two or three days still does nov

takes fair prices for full produc- give adequate time for the West

tion of the British farmers’ sta- Indian sugar delegates to give
ple products they are limiting their reply.

guaranteed prices for West In- In any case it is understood that
dian sugar to only a proportion| the reply when it does come will

of the permitted production
It is pointed out that the Wes

require scrutiny at Cabinet level,
and the feeling is that with poll-









Indies sugar exports in 1950 will| ing day only five days off the
be 790,000 tons yet Britain wil} Labour Pari'y Ministers’ would
guarantee to buy in 1953 oniy| not be able to spare time from
640,000 tons their election ampaign ive
The “Gleaner” editorial po'nts; the answer thei. ; ittenti
out that so far from encouragins! —By Cable.
expansion as pretended by th
Ministry of Food this is a bruta
blow in the economy of the West a 2
Indies particularly since the dele-| Millionaire Plans
gation had already met the
British Government halfway by) sory 4
limiting the potential expansion! Big Game Hunt
to 900,000 tons, 200,000 less than| KENYA. Jan. 19
the real estimated potential. ki Memiies ‘dntabdeiok: Seniy
The “Gleaner” attacks the! pr asa sa serra cr Vw
Ministry of Food for making tee Readuel,. has ‘assed: here
fc 1 18-month “hunting expedi-
@ On Page 3 u South Africa. He ha
| sti ft b uying two large
es here for himself and his
He plans to 1





game from Sudan and the Rh
sian border. Experts
) expedition
——Reuter.



Record Prices For
Australian Wool











Australia, Jan. 19
- Australian wool prices. reache
PUERTO RICO, Jan. 19 ew tecork it toace eee tee
the United States Congress to] when 202d. a pound was paid for
t its own constitution, keeping! some Merit , o
with United States, were! We ;
rnos Isern, President Commis-)_ Britain, Ru
plane for Washington. j state POO 5
x jat this year's sal nd tt
He said tnat he would confer} }
vith Agricultural Departmeni| price :
fficials on the sugar surplus o e ~(Reuter.)
9,600 tons, which remains unsolc
for lack of “quota for shipmen:|
to the mainland’ } ‘
since Don’t tell vour friends
It is possible that remedial leg Thev wont pav Tell
islation will be asked from the} + as :
United States Congress to permi the “Advocate It will
the island to sell part of the sur. | pay you.
| plus through the Marshall Plan Tel. 3112
for shipment to Europe ROES PLEO,
—Reuter. |
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PAGE TWO
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C C C
R. E. Gittens Knight, MBE Afternoon Matinee
Controlle Supplies, p A SPECIAL Matinee is 5
réfiada, le arranged by the British





Council at “Wakefield”, White F
this afternoon at 3.30
It is thought that those who live
in the country districts and are
perhaps only able to come in to
town once a week would welcome
an” afternoon film show which
they could see before returning
home when their business for the
day was concluded. The films to
be shown have been selected for
their country interest.

The first item is a Latest News
Film, followed by Turn of the
Furrow, a film describing the re-
volutionising of farming by the
use of tractors of all kinds, shapes

Trifiidad yesterday
the final session
Union Commission whict
Hastings House on We
was Staying at the H Ro
Other delegates who had
ed the Confereric nd left
B.W.1A. yesterday were Hon'ble
W.O. Peters, Treasurer and Comp-
troller of Customs, St. Kitts,
Hon'ble D. R. Waiwyn, Treasurer, t
Montcerrat who were staying at [74
the Marine Hotel: Hon’bie Le |
Cools-Larticue. Assistant Admini- |
strator, St. Lucia and Hon’ble | .
A. ©. H. Baynes, Treasurer of St. |








Lucia who were staying at the on4 deed.
Hastincs Hotvl and Mr Simon The title of the third part a the
Ploomberg. Collector General, programme is the “Milky Way.

a film specially made for United
Dairies which describes the un-
ceasing vigilance and care taken
to ensure a clean milk supply in
England.

The final item is “World Ear-
den,” a beautiful film in Techni-
colour of the Botanical Gardens
at Kew. The show will begin
promptly at 3.30 o'clock, and lasts
an hour and a half. Admission is
free and no tickets are required.

>

Jarnaica who was at the Ocean
View Hotel

Hon’ble A. B. Bord.
Financial Secretary of Dominica
whoa had also attended the Con-
ference, left last night by the
“Lary Rodney.” He was staying
at the Hastings Hotel

an

Barbados’ Is Tops
MoM and Mrs F. J. Tolan

Cleveland, Ohio were arnong
the ~passengers making a round
trip frem-New Orleans the
“Stella P@Taris’ which arrived

aaterday i :

Mr. JOHN SELLIER
A Keen Golfer

‘_JERE on a short business visit

is Mr. John Sellier, Salesman
ot Gordon Grant and Co. Ltd,
Port-of-Spain. He arrived on
Wednesday afternoon by B.W.LA.,
and is staying at the Hotel
Royal.

Acting



an

‘
ot

VERYONE will be glad to hear
that they will soon have a new
doctor in their midst. He is Dr.
D. A. Tony Gale, M.B., Ch.B.,








Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sellier of Trinidad, John is a keen
golfer. He has been playing since



>presenta-





hle Print- he was about seven years old and M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Tony left

ing Press Co Illinois. in 1948 he won the St. Andrew’s Harrisof® College in 1942 and
He tol y that Golf Club Championship in went to McGill University, Can-
they left ary Trinidad, ada, where he studied medicine

imtil 1944, when he got a scholar-
ship to Birmingham University.
At Birmingham he took part in



and expect to ret
Speaking of the t He also

the Water Polo series

represented Trinidad in
just con-


















THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

eon er

Women’s World





o'clock. |

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Most unusual headdress of the erening was worn by Danish-
born Mrs. Clive Castle. Gold palm-leat studded with golden
sequins. She wore it at the S-hools’ Erplorine Society all
with @ black velvet gown. tiwro rows pear!s.

, Loatos frpress Serrice.

Queen Of Sheba Fact Or Fiction?

WAS there a Queen of Sheba,
or is the story of her visit to
Solomon just a legend? Was she

voluptuous beauty, shown
just am

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ford, stayed at the Court of the
Imam of Arabia and was shown
secret histories of the queen.

According to documents the

as



ordinary
To seek this of an olive.”
Eyes Like Almonds
“Her eyes were shaped like
almonds, and were dark like
shadows and glowed as with fire.
“She was very slender, and

the answer to

ologists is leaving
rn Arabia.

discovered
















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ant on duty
all night, and the first ones come
on at seven.

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“You will tell Lady Cripps that
Sir Stafford will be called at
seven and that g covered bowl
of catrots and a knife will be
placed by his bed tonight. If|
they aren't fresh in the morning, ;
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that they | any University activities, and ion ball 1. Material made from coral and
cluded in Trinidad. many Universi ities, a he eves her voice was like the sighing of | pine.
While chatting atout the tour, “"s Some the tennis and of Sheba. the breezes of the evening.” ie X aees: SRR eee F th PICTURES. presents
nd their impress ne he tnd Carib that the Barbadian hockey teams. During his vaca- stories of the But the Court chronicler had | 8 “ partiy and mine]! | ct LL) ~
ee a, gee T Oe ee a . His tions he visited Ireland and r } 5 say of his mistress also: | 12% rong of terrorism. ee
ee ' aa . Peron See na Sweden besides seeing much of |S See ‘Hoe. be Sateen | 12 Residence of m musical \p
visited many on si tic ¢ forward anc t ie ugress, er?
oe na te t that B dos ” oe tn | rtur eee or to England. Tony is one of the hap- » was sometimes called the| 13. sort of hair one gets from ; ke
down i tho 8 hat Nelo ve had the basa en to piest men in London this week— footed devil.” manent wave ? .
was the best of them all hey be marked by the Barbadian hie passed his last exam on the ir vat j have lasting qualities,
had able » and skipper Peter Patterson., who 10th of January. ou * se oo ont ee cunning. . é
throu the day, tt were seemed to t wh I me a of 4 won 2 ueen i paid, half lent — iss ~ahaae ae:
some very nice cool breezes couldn't get away from him .t f a ? Magy i f ae artans onshore. w with y
} that there wa ’ he said wevyer h wae 2n r point, too. She was lame.
fr. Tolan said that there was all,” } said. However John wa Power Cut nme Matiemmens = ee preted — _ 6s Witam e
every possibility of his returning respon: ible scoring § one of OST of the Cinemas were out} ry 5 eres afflictic Z eae ch might be cited. . YOuG- rince B H
here next winter for a holiday. the goals in the linal tes of action, due to a power cut r Ekehine Weeveek Moveten | 23. / . ‘ a |
— = Electric Company last} ; weedy = Not @ swell way, peshaps, to _ Nyse ae
night. The Olympic’s show was | Ta | ‘ : i
pitied te an threes ei 8 SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S | * CLUES DOWN Pay by
mi Mig oe ee boon | precious stone CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2. Stones found in Shropshige. Ted Sherdeman and Richard Engigh
way th h the matine o- ‘S : ; 3. Bit of an }
gramme. When the power was} .,, oupeeme Beauty j shouldn't ations =
restored most fans were still in} ““* “© oe sie ) «Pare of pee thes eadae
their seats. The picture was re- } ares woes
started and tickets were sold for | | § Its e 7



the night show, to other movie
goers who were waiting outside.
Passed by the Aquatic Club and







end of the pier

Correction
Bg wregeaides exnipits

Arts and Cr:

submitted from
p.m. on Friday, and on Saturdz
from 10 a.m. to 1 pm A t
work is to be handed in f
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday on
not including Saturday as origin-
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Comings and Goings
R. Arthur De Lima, Managing
Director of Messrs. Y
Lima and Co., Ltd., and his m
Mrs. Rosario De Lima will be
for two weeks

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HERE IS A GROUP OF TOURISTS off the “Stella Polaris”
who after lunching at the Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon,
relaxed on the diving platform in between their swim

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with Mrs. C. Goddard of the Gar-
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ESTERDA eu ul ; ne —
Vee ik . last night by the “Lady Rodney” | \} 4 chee . rae a |
i i s, for _ Bermuda where they will re- { AGL ATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) }
nd th ris 0 na i + ease aulits ghee
th tella Pola k fu c main for about a week with rela-| | MATINEES: TO-DAY AND’ TOMORROW, 5 p.m. }
oe : ives of the Countess before re-| jj TONIGHT TO TUESDAY NIGHT. 8.30
a eo U an turning home They had spent | {{ Par A, . —" F aks
re ri¢ i tu about two weeks’ holiday here and|' Paramount presents
f , e ae pe oe cme anes WANDA HENDRIX @ CLAUDE RAINS
straw ha hea and eithe Hotel 2 eo i MACDONALD CAREY
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HOEVER is going to produce that they would boycott every James Agate pointed out—the
Picasso play Desire pro they were com- healthiness and happiness of
Caught By The Ta wil] have io manded to buy, will probably lead those songs of Leslie Stuart com-
eal witt me queer 1ations to some kind of international pared with the maudlin drooling
agreement by which “sales- of today. “The Lily of Laguna”

F € At the end of resistance’ will be a criminal was the song of a happy lover
ef , pan, offence in all go-ahead countries. (“I know she likes me!’’), and the



ompter's coon in “Little Dolly Daydream’

M und more e smoke of The rumour of a gigantic mer- asserts vigorously, “No one’s
{ g fills e theatre till ger of Snibbo with Threadgold’s gwine ter kiss dat gal but me.”,
comy iffocation Thorogrip Garterettes has led a Today everybody's gwine ter kiss

n the t hen spokesman to say that, when this dat gal but the sub-man for whom }

merger is achieved, every single
thing from social shyness to beer-

2 frying be eminds me

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hideous self-pity. Those songs had





h a@-camel ate a gasworks stains on bowlers will be curable an open-air quality, and a certain
igh the f two acts, and by one or other of these astonish- innocence, and were never meant
ice. dtd dead leaves were ing product: to be moaned into a gadget or
wered” over the auditorium «> <> turned on like gas and water.
m the root. In passing © «
ae e HE death the other day of a Gardening nota
i Snibbo merger ; dear friend of mine who was HIS is the time to plant
HE recent defeat of the loud- the little daydreaming girl of the bamboo-shoots in view of}
speake's .by the public in famous ‘song “Little Dolly Day- possible events at the Zoo later
sew York, when people announced | dream” recalled to me something in the year.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950

The Truth About
The Jungle War

(By a Coxrespondent)

mat is the

ryld it be S
en think
pave just
nestions,

st of the
age
ees deplore

5 of @ ju
9

‘ have some experi-
e before being ;
But there is no |
warfare school,
ast Land

of the jung!

st to fight.
ed jungle
main

] in

*Kid-glove

4

Have they all

SINGAPORE, (By Mail.)

truth about the Malayan campaign?

hortene

about it?
ned from 1

and here are the answers.

retur

t are the ages and
of the troops?

10,000 British troops
8 and upwaras
rational Service men. The }
the

1

searcity 0
to pass

nole training

Far E
Johore.

Methods

Why Malaya
Js Important

‘MALAYA is important to
tain because: :
: a is our biggest

- earner, selling
000,000 worth of goods

and

Canada

* ya is



U.S. in 1948.
the strategic
r Australia,



officers and N.C.O.s are

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' overplayed at home.

|has died from lack of medical

|high-ups here and in the War

d? How long will it last? What do the

nvestigating these and other

is in Lendon.

The jungle school boys are
crack, ex-Burma men, keen and
clever.

I find the alleged tea shortage
for those in the jungle has been

It caused amusement among
several Tommies I spoke to yes-
terday. They are more concern-
ed with the non-payment of dan-
ser money because the present
operations are considered only
“traifiing.”’

A report of a shortage of sur-
geons is misleading. Several are
available, and no British soldier

care.

5 What is the general
morale and attitude of the
troops?

Te morale of the troops is not
good, because of the long run

without any kind of success
| 4gainst a will-o’-the-wisp enemy.
General feeling is that the



Office are not up to the job.
Guards’ Anger At ‘Spit And!
i Polish’
The Coldstreamers and Scots

Guards are also angry at so much
“spit and polish.”











|



8

‘Gleaner’ Attacks
Ministry of Food

@ From Page |

false comparison of the West In-
dies sugar production by basing
the comparison on the puny pro-
duction of 1938.

“That was the very year the
Royal Commission had to be sent
to the B.W.I” the “Gleaner” de-











THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Woerta Covyrtant

Situation ”’

from page 1
here in € proceedings of the
Committee of the organisation of
American States at Washington,
which is investigating Haitian and
















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warm spells are nol evenly distributed.

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Su rangement wilh &wening Sigagara

U.S. Ambassadors | Informed Police:
Study “Caribbean Arrested For $1m

| Boston Robbery
BOSTON, Jan. 19.

Police today raided an empty

house where they seized 1,000

rounds of ammunition, and picked

up three men for questioning, after



| UK. French;
U.S. Citizens
Interned

@ From Page 1 :
sides the six “British or Ameri-
cans” there were also a French
Colonel, aged 45, condemned to
10 years labour for “espionage”,
a Japanese doctor, an Italian and
several Spaniards.

The six “British or Americans”
were also allegedly seen by a
German inmate of Sachsenhausen
who arrived at the “Action
Group’s Berlin headquarters to-
day.

The Group was able to get some
of their names, but was unwilling
to publish them for fear of re-
prisals against the prisoners.

A British spokesman said ‘hat
no action would be taken by the
British authorities until all the
available details had been collect-
ed and studied.

Reuter’s correspondent was able
to hear the accounts himself. Al
four persons spoken to were nerv-
ous, extremely shy of making
statements for dictation and were
totally unwilling to mention their
|names, their previous homes in
Germany, or the names of their
}friends still in the camps.

’ —Reuter.



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Bulgaria
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-IN 1950

SOFIA, Jan. 19.
_The Bulgarian Parliament to-
day elected a new Cabinet
proposed by Prime Minister Vassil
Kolaroy they are as follows:
Vice-Presidents; Veliko Cher\en-
koy, a member of the Politbureau,
Vladimir Poptomov, Politburecau
Member who is also’ Foreign
Minister, Rayko Damianov, Pclit-
bureau member and former
Speaker in Parliament, and ¢ esi
Traikov.

Ministers: Interior, Rauasiv
Christozov; Education: Kiril
Dramaliev; Finance: Kiril Lazarov;
Justice: Radi Naidenov; Defexce:
General Georgi Damaianov, Mcm-
ber of the Politbureau; Heme
Trade: Pelo Pelovski, former Ain-
bassador to Belgrade; Forcign
Trade: Dimiter Ganev; Agricul-
ture: Titko Chernocoley, Polit-
bureau Member; Forestry: Georgi
Popov; Construction: Blagoi
Ivanov; Communal Economy;
Peter Kamenov; Transport: Georgi
Chankoy, Politbureau Member;
Posts and Telegraphs: Zola Drazo-
Cheva; Industry and Mines; Anton
Yougov, Politbureau Member;
Electrification: Kimon Georgiev:
Health: Peter Kolarov, son of the
Prime Minister; Labour: Dobri
Terpevphev, Politbureau Membor

Three of the new Ministers ave
members of the Agrarian Pariv
one is non-party and the rema’n
der are Communists. Also eler'ed
were Karlo Lukanov, Presidont
of the State Planning Commissi
Dimo Dichev, Commission of Stat»
Control and Committee of Seienss
Art and Culture. They will all
have the rank of Ministers.

—Reuter.

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In the week wh I i res Domini oh, i i i

Pcover for , po We en the bandits | clares, ominican charges, in which) an ex-convict’s telephone call

R Zealand, and the hab avIee ambush after ambush The commission made findings Cuba figures as an_ interested] spout the Boston $1,800, 000 rob-

; East. oats Sects Tpers ran a picture of the | on dismal conditions in the Carib-| Patty. , bery on Tuesday.

> w s Scots ; " 3 :
is the world’s Scots Guards on parade at Kual. . oe ‘ : Haiti has asked the Committee ;

. came. «Of Lumpur, It’ looked jun ten tee bean so shocking that his Ma- to invoke the Ri The man who tipped off the
produ ; npur. Cd just like the | jesty’s Government was ashamed] 1 invoke the Rio Mutual Defence | p,}; Id th at he was
rubber and tin. Horse Guards Parade! ito publish the report until 1945} 2%¢aty, charging the Dominican | Folce told them that he was the
} Britain has _ treaty I think the whole situation can because of the comfort it would| Republic with committing a series Shit italia tacnthe

ions with _ its be summed up thus: — give the King’s enemies of “flagrant acts of intervention | ©" y-

sultans and peoples Further support’ for all West] 2fecting the territorial inviola- aa on ry = Me the

Malaya feeds es Indian protest was cabled to oo ane sovereignty and po- Pay ane fed) elke < pres

the great naval bas | the “Gleaner” yesterday by "The “sae te bs ar holdup. «

Singapore. “ ” a rr oa .

7 ae ao ened — plot broken up on December 19 The Police Captain said that the

falions often have their own sage was strengthened further] {9 *ssassinate Haitian President A all those who took
ed schools near battle to-day by the editorial caption| Oy m@yseis Estime, and several) part in the robbery, including

and troops are sent out on “British perfidy”, urging the other high officials, f three other ex-convicts.

as part training. Legislature to re-affirm their}, 18€ Committee has criticised | New York Police arrested the

What is the present | r ¢ : } support. the Dominican Republic for giving | informant shortly after he had
of the length of the | : UNAM on ge — The newspaper concludes; “Our ie relent Special war powers| made the telephune call from a
gn? PENANG» ,... | = support continues”. in : Ss ah” with Cuba. Domini- | tavern. —Reuter.

§ always been recognised ISLAND f°" —(By Cable.) Ct on oF action after accusing ee

war would be lengthy, : \ uba of preparing a new attempt
geof the very difficult coun- , Aysisicn PAPANS | to invade the Republic. sila M G ; id d
’ . mn — (Re r.
there were several highly tOMPOR NEGRI Protest Austrian Siete emia ) oog uar e
: 5 . sEMe
lic statements last year . i ®

ie capa oie Treaty Delay Belize Protests By Police
Ndicated the end was near. : ;

. . fer an WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. , ,

* — ee _ The United States State Depart- Devaluation Special eee aie, aa }

are being protracted by ment said today that it would ., , @ From Page 1 today guarding the West Berlin |
methods and lack of consider taking 3 appropriate benefit the British exploiter, they | hospital, where Leonhard Moog, |
spirit at the top. action to re-establish Austrian will be eating still worse. prominent Liberal Democrat, who

War is likely to last as long freedom and independence”, as it} | Unconfirmed reports say that) yesterday resigned his post as
febels’ ammunition holds | The pre-war mentality has re- | WaS doubtful whether progress|the merchants’ suggestion that] Finance Minister of the East Ger- |

It is known to be scarce | turned to Malaya. could be made on an Austrian| 8°vernment drop rice control and/ man province of Thuringia, was
bad condition (mostly old] A War Office spokesman asked | Treaty. 7 ay the Wages of all workers in! jying. Herr Moog had requested

ui), with no chance of | to comment on reports of alleged The Department issued a state- e colony was rejected by gov-| Police rotection, fearing that he
; P 8 poo ernment on th B
thing. | official optimism on the length of | ment of the conversation in Mos- alien Beni i" uld oe that| might be kidnapped, a Police
Ig it true the war is | the campaign, said:— cow yesterday on the Austrian = of tone ti efeat the pur-| spokesman said. The former Fin-

j fought at half-cock “From the very beginning mili- | Treaty questions between Andrei The Peo e's ‘Oo itt fnoed ance Minister entered the hospi-
| to shortages? tary planning was on the basis of | Gromyko, Soviet Deputy Foreign ers are free Bin gigs = ~/ tal on Saturday, after a motor

» This week a great air | protracted operations, and no/| Minister and the French, British,} government informing them ee accident. From his sick bed, h«

was announced against the | attempt to conceal this has ever and United States Ambassadors. the people’s memorial santedtins submitted his resignation yester~ |

Stin the, jungles of Negri | been made by any military. The statement said: “The United | devaluation of the dollar is being day, and received in return
in. But, in fact, it was | authority. | States assador i > toe a uae 7 Toke letter from the Premier of Thur-

by only 40 pl: er ‘ _ | States Ambassador in Moscow, to-| urgently considered by the Sec-| -~". a c od

nly planes, includ- I wish we could tell you how gether with the British and French | retary of State, Mr. Creech Jonas, | 8ia, Werner Eggerath, refusit é

Sunderlands loaded up | long it will last. : 1 Ambr*sadors, called on Mr. Smith said: “Tt do not want to accept the resignation, «nd
Beggs and trundied } coe ee said that in | Gromyko to protest the delays|Creech Jones to consider his own | °#!ing on him to weer fe > Ene |
tears are cari aan ier sibility DeaNy- sargen “thy, which have been encountered in| blunders, We want the King and Toner |
dal Be eT ee Le te See Usown om th: negotiations on the Austria|Parliament to consider Creech ere er

a Se lalous point which | most junior officers. Treaty / Jones’ blunders.” .

; traits Times -“no one “Tt was the same in the North | ‘Ambassador Kin (of the The Committee is considering No Basie Chan es
fa can understand. African campaign he_ adcied. Se cabling direct to the Ki , 5

pured cars are vital for | “You got little, isolated grouns of | United States) and the British and j7 7 his ed ant te reas - .

minfested roads. But re-!R.A.C. vehicles or infantry French Ambassadors asked Mr I sideration of the ‘memorial, da In Spanish Regime

casualties in ambushes j platoons miles from the main|Gromyko what assurances coulc| “yy, ‘the middle of the afternoon
mM caused by badly spaced | body be given that the Vienna negotia- Smith and Secretary George Price | MADRID, Jan. 19.

S that get “bunched,” | “In these conditions the lieu- tions | would be completed, thus travelled to the Western Pikes Ao. seihestionre eee

than lack of armour. tenants and_ second lieutenan‘s | permitting the Deputies to con-| maja border town of Cayo and 1% . Rauber —e c j ane
Boys Are Keen And _ | get the limelight—and the guns.” | clude the Austrian Treaty on th’ | the village of Benqueviejo to lead coe ae abroad, a dina i

; Clever (World copyright) j basis of the agreement inyParis o’| an anti-devaluation demonstra- 1B slo hangas are pending in the

le training school has —L.E.S. © June 20, 1949. — (Reuter. | tion to-night. ically denied.” ” ipl
experimenting on see) A demonstration of people from This denial referred to reports

: . ) + otal : :. ports

hp a lighter pack for * eg a Belize is| ublished abroad that the 12

r. € recommenda- P k = Wi ld Cho 1a or ; members of Spain’s Council of the
’ N passed on to a istan ou OSC she sovernmens release at 3.00 Realm, which met on Monday
ll for action, Any delay e j e oadhiae “dune es ne | Ja8t_and afterwards paid a visit

! : : ' : S on Of Some) to General Franco at the Palece

se | Russia Befos v2 India confusion with the 250,000-dollar| of py Pardo, had taken decisions
SSIs ns Still | So LO SRNR food after) likely to lead to basic changes in

1 KARACHI, Jan. 10. An emergency cable has been the present Spanish regime.
y in O Sir Firoz Chan Moon, former High Commissioner of un: sent to the Secretary to clarify aay ae — (Reuter. )
2 ut divided India in London, today warned the Western Powers] the report.—(By Cabie.)

KAKE SUCCESS, Jan. j9. | that if war came over Kashmir, it would “engulf the whole alia Acheson Advocates
eiik, the Chief Soviet subcontinent in an ideology, which would not be fovourable W Fi “ a ”
Aialksd, out of United| to them”. |selidate the Commonweatth. | Woman ightsSnake| “A Free Choice
ee “8 today. During a stormy debate on : 7 ‘ ;

Nate Sony the same as that Kashmir in the Pakistan Parlia- attitude among a agora Audience Didn't Know WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.

Pavoned the recent series! ment, he declared, “the people of | people and one. ‘oe . Dean Acheson, United States

c ae by Soviet deie-| Pakistan would much rather be a| that they would bere 7, a tte LONDON, Jan. 19. | Secretary of State, announced to-
. or Nations bodies! province of Russia than of India,| more reasonable attitude ove While a Czech snake dancer | day that the United States was

Ationalist represen- | despite what the Democracies say.| Kashmir.—Reuter, ie na, Sooke, struggled for her an to vote for a resolution in

i | In the debate, several members re ife with a three-yard long boa-|the United Nations leaving eacii
MAG from which Malik | dec lared that ‘Britain and ihe PAKISTAN GETS £400 | constrictor on a London theatre government a free choice in re-
48 held behind closed United States were responsible } LONDON, Jan. 19. stage las’ night, a 2,000 strong suming full diplomatic relation
ea bermaneni| for the present deadlock over| pr. AE Moxtimer Wheeler, gene Rp reel thinking} with Franco-Spain.—( Reuter.)
> Atomic Energy | Kashmir. +. ot al the| it was all part of the act. “eae pe
=the United State S ir "he said. “if Archaeological Adviser to The snake, “ a :

1] a 1 States, | Sir Firoz Chan Moon said, “i oe said here The snake, ‘Reti”, locked its
stance, Britain, China and} Pakistan is looking to the} ee a aren! tail round Madame Kochas’ To Be Reealled

Soviet detec: | United Nations for a solution of} eee £400 to the Pakistan| Waist and Legan to tighven itself

egate came out| the Kashmir problem, I regret : t for further excava~ round her neck, SOFIA, Jan. 19.
zor the Meeting began.| to say it is looking in vain.” He| ens aie te ene When she slumped screaming to} The Bulgarian Government has

Ps Deeretery «oceans, said that the Security Council he neslar said that the sum had the floor, her husband and the mee: iy Yugoslav Government
b lary to produce was “a plaything” in the hands voted from the bequest left Stage director rushed to her aid.| for the immediate recall of their

, enion he had pre- of the United States and Brit- aT acai by the Inte Sir} Between them they loosened the Ambassador, First Secretary of

ing. It followed| ain. o the Ac : is arch-| Snake’s hold as the curtain drop-| the Embassy and Consul in Sofia,
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es ik when he walk-| Kashmir, the United States be-| aeologica b catinant She was on the stage again in| #®nounced here tonight. }

; er U.N. Committees | cause it feared Communism, and| Pakistan sub-c Reuter, | ten minutes.—Reuter, —(Reuter.)

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Elementary Teaching

IN a circular to the headteachers of
Elementary Schools, the Director of Edu-
cation has suggested the teaching of Latin,

mathematics and science as addi-
Sit shivjects to the present curriculum.
The matter has been widely discussed by
teachers, and the general public gradually
sensing the implications of the change, are
now wondering what will happen to the
educational system of this island.

There are two general comments to be
made in any examination of the issues in-
volved and they open up wide fields of
discussion and give rise to grave anxiety.
No one could object to additional subjects
in an attempt to produce the ideal system
but it is necessary to ensure first that the
teaching of subjects now on the curriculum
in the elementary schools has reached the
highest standard; and secondly that there
is an adequate supply of teachers and
equipment to embark on the teaching of
these additional subjects.

Close examination of the details of the
bd change must involve the employment of
Cae technical knowledge which has not yet
Pio been brought to bear by any body of
7 experts in this island. The first approach
to the matter, if such change were found to
ni be desirable and necessary is to ascertain
Lica how many teachers in the 126 elementary
int schools are qualified to teach the subjects
which it is now proposed to add to the
curriculum. Any such census might dis-
close that the number is too small to
justify the attempt. It is true that there
are teachers in the elementary schools who
hate hold Cambridge and School Certificates,
; but because of the custom which obtained
under the old pupil teachers’ system be-
fore, assistants would have studied ele-
mentary algebra and geometry at the third
} and fourth year examinations in prepara-
: tion for the certificate examinations. Such
smattering of knowledge as they gained in
mathematics was forgotten by the majority
as soon as they had qualified. Even these
two sections added together could not
supply one qualified teacher for each
school.



t
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There are perhaps a number who entered
the teaching service on the strength of the
' Cambridge or School certificate and would
be able to teach Latin up to the required

i standard; but those qualified to teach
Spanish are few and far between.
It is clear that the time which would be

required in the teaching of extra subjects
should be devoted to the fundamentals on
which all the other educational attainments
i are based. The present standard as evinced
by the performances of those scholars who
now leave the elementary schools is far
from satisfactory and to reduce the oppor-
tunity to improve this condition is far from
desirable,

The question arises as to the furnishing
of equipment. The books used in the ele-
mentary schools are now furnished by the
government; and the question arises
whether it is proposed, and from what
source, to supply the necessary textbooks
for Latin, Spanish, mathematics and science.
The parents of pupils of the elementary
schools have been described as people who
are unable to meet the financial, demands
of education for their children however
much they might desire to do so. It woulda
follow naturally that they are unable to
supply textbooks for the additional sub-
jects.

oe

These details seem to raise issues which
require settlement before any attempt can
be made to introduce the change suggested.
Beyond these however is the fundamental
question of the primary function of the
elementary school. The teaching of the
three Rs has been the subject of much
comment and criticism in this island. The
teaching of English which is an essential
to any citizen of the British Empire is, to
say the least, highly unsatisfactory. To add
subjects which will detract from the prim-
ary function of-the schools is merely to
dislocate the system.

OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate



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SIX CENT TREES

LAST Tuesday's meeting
the House of Assem* bristied with signi
would appeer that all is
at the Prison as regard
medical servic
that the Mount T
is still minus 4

of




t data.

not well



unnaturally,

ence to the pup!
lishment. It is now fiv
since thé “hgirricane”,



would certainly seem that this
should be ample time to remedy
this unfortunate state of affairs.
Enthralled spectators also learn-
ed that fishing equipment will
enter the Colony exempt from
customs duty, and that a fisher-
man is a “fisherman” whether he
fishes from a leaking sieve or 4
luxury yacht. Ailing Clerk of

the Court, Lee Sarjeant, was
granted six months leave of
absence, and amidst much evi-

dence of glee from the Govern-
ment side Gordon Brathwaite was
elected House Marshal. Perhaps
the most interesting feature, is
the proposal to make a subsidy
payment of six cents for eacn
newly planted zpproved tree
(mahogany and casuarina), with
the “pay-off” laying in the clause
that once you have received the
six cents the said tree must not
be cut down without a lice
from the Director of Agricultu
if you are so rash as to cut down
your six cents tree without the
aforementioned permit, the six
cents will cost a fine of $50.00 for
the first offence and double that
for the second,






Over an hour was spent discuss-
ing trees—and as M«. Keith Wal-
cott so accurately quoted, it was
all “much ado about nothing.’







The lure of a six cent subsidy will
certainly not do :
to rush out in d plant
trees, and, from the complete

lack of interest shown by most
members in the discussion, the
chances of shelter from the sun
under the cooling boughs of 35
unplanted mahogany and casuar-
ina trees appear exceedingly re-
mote, Mr. Allder made most
practical suggestior on

that fruit trees shot



a



the classificatior ‘
trees, reasoning that if
ers are to be pai



ting to tt
ments of





Pass



I THOU
quite r
liberality which
Chuter Ede and |







Det
scattering nat pape
and British passports these la
five years

Anyone who J ul
passport inspection as of as

do is bound to recognise sooner
or later that this British citizen-
ship of ours is a club from which
few are blackballed nowadays



But inured, acclimatised, a
browned-off as I arm
in this connection





here in London of Herr
Loesch of Frankfor
possessor once more
passport ha
“How on
age it?” I
said Karl,

1







in in d
Foreign Office.”

A Man I'd Like
To Meet

HE professed
which department
cial was rest
pity. For
to hear

lips what

.

to know
what offi-
Which is a
I would very much like
from the official’s own
prompted them to give
1 passport to a man who,
the war, not only occu-
pied an important confidential
position in the German Foreign

not
or
bh}
msidie,



during



however on Tuesday evening while

| Office but joined the Nazi Party

in 1940 and held the rank of
Oberstuermfuehrer in Himmler’s
SS. (Roughly equivalent § to
Yeutenant.)

Not that I have anything
against Karl von Loesch as a
person. I have always got on

well with him, since I first came
to know him as an undergradu-
ate at Oxford.

And if. as a German, he de-
cides to work in Ribbentrop’s
Ministry and do his best to help
Hitler win the war he is waging
against my country, that is, in
my view, an attitude he is per-
fectly entitled to take up

But frankly I am puzzled how
the British authorities can give
him a British passport after this
clear demonstration that he was
an active and militant German

The legal basis for their action
is that von Lbesch is technically










THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Ry Lee Wade

tributed to the future food needs
were surely deserving of equal
compensation—if six cents could
be called t It was Mr. All-
at landowners
proved their land
he was definitely not
favour of granting taem so
much as a cent. Other than Messrs.



th





in

1 E. K. Walcott and Reece, the Op-

position side took no part in the
talking — except among them-
selves. The chattering brought raps
of the hammer from Chairman
Smith, who complained that he
could not hear, but from the atti<
tude of most of the honourable
memi-ers he was not missing very
much. The prospects of forests
and woods dotting this island
landscape are as far away as ever
—a whole six cents worth!

THE BILL to amend the Nat-
uralization Act of 1915 produced
some interesting comments from
Mr. Allder on the matter of the
influx of strangers to the Coleny
from neighbouring islands and
places further afield. Mr. Allder
stated that strangers entered the
island without any difficulty, and
remained as long as they wished.
He suggested that these people

» contributed little to the well] being
. of the Colony.

From this, it would
seem that Mr. Allder favours a
policy of isolationism, which,
throughout the road of history, has
not proved a paying game. The
senior member for St. John warn-
ed hte Government of the danger
of strangers being permitted to
enter the Colony, setting up busi-
ness and employing lecal] labour
at low wages. It is regrettable
that the standard of wages is not
all it could be, but surely low
wages must be regarded as at
least better than no wages at all.
Too many employers are honest-
ly unable to afford to pay _ the
standard of wages that they might
wish, and rather than release em-
ployees, offer reduced earnings.
That there are unscrupulous em-
ployers cannot te denied by any
sane person, but to suggest that
all outsiders coming here for the
purpose of business are coming
here to bleed and exploit the
local working man is a fallacy
If, on the other hand, Mr. Allder

lat greater pre-
taken as to the







How Cheap Is A British
port Tod

Ry
*

Sefton Delmer

at is called dual nationality
was born England. His
er was a diplomat at the
Kaiser's embassy in London. And





in





apparently made use of that
reumstance of birth in England,
and secured recognition as a

person entitled to a British pass-
port if he wished and to claim
the privileges of a British citizen
everywhere in the world except
Germany,

Helped His Work
For Hitler

VON LOESCH certainly made
full use_of the British passport
he had in the years before the

used it when flying
on diplomatic







the incon-
it made on
London flat
days of

pression
sat in my
those

me as he
of
1939,
had come over in the
with some papers for
Embassy—had pro-
i his British passport at the

crisis

He
orning
the German





rport, as he went out of his

vay to tell me—and was now

joing a little nerve warfare for
mi P on me.

Id not care to be living

here when the balloon goes up,

he said in his faultless English
“Won't be much of all this left
after about a fortnight I fear. cld
cixvap.”

In War=
‘Out To Please”

I DID not hear anything rore

ot him until after the war, when



What's on Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
a.m.

Mr. H. A. Vaughan lectures
4t British Council on
Barbados History at 8.15
p.m.



}

en-|

type of individual permitted
try, and for what purpose that{]
individual seeks to enter the!

Colony, such mus, be regarded as}
a wise suggestion. For example. |
there are many unfortunates In
the street of Bridgetown who are
anemployed. Not all of them are
Barbadians by wirth, and while)
their plight may not be their own}
fault, the local community are!
nevertheless more or less respon-
sible for them. Had a cash depos-
it sufficient to carry them to their
home island been obtained from}
them on their arrival, presuming
they had come here when : =
adult age, they could be sent ta
and the responsibility placed
where it belonged. Trinidad col
lects a deposit from amyone, no
matter from what part of the
world, who arrives without a re-
tum tieket or proceeding to 2
definite job. Without the collec-
tion of such deposit, deportation
becomes the financial responsibil-
ity of the “sending” government.
if this, or a similar scheme, is in
Mr. Allder’s mind, such is com-
mendable, but this island, as Mr.)
Crawford pointed out, cannot
afford to hinder, much less keep
out, those who would come here
for the purpese of, in any Wey
creating employment. When speak-
ing on the matter of government
subsidy for approved trees, Mr.
Allder referred to the saying of
it being “cheaper to buy milk than
keep a cow”—but without the
cow there will be no milk, unless
it be imported in tins, and unless
Bartados has more employers, the
tcugher will it become for those
who seek work. In other words,
it is far more expedient for this
island to encourage outside enter-
prise, rather than seek ways to
deter it.

As to the importation of fishing
equipment, Mr. Reece summed up
the whole situation in a nutsheil.
Some members apparently had the
idea that such a move might tend
to benefit those wher fish for
pleasure rather than those whc
do so for a livelihood, but, as Mr.
Reece emphasised, it mikes no
difference who catches the fish—
it is the fish that are needed.
There is an excellent structure
along the waterfront in Bridge-
town that I have often admired.
It may, I think, be regarded as
one of life’s little idiosynerasies—
a fish market without any fish.





ay ?

von Loesch, like other high
members of the German Foreign
Office. was arrested and interned
Friends of mine saw him ana
told me that he was “ro-opera-
tive.” “Von Loesch,” so one «!
his British interrogators told me, |
“is all out to please. He has
given valuable information.”

Soon after that I heard from
him myself, Von Loesch wrot«
over to say that he had applied!
for his British passport to be]
returned to him, and he was/
giving my name as a reference.

He wanted it for the sake oi
his two daughters, he explair.ed,|
and also to help him in gettin«|
released considerable funds
which his English-bora mothe:
left him, and which lay in Lon-
don, frozen by the
Custodian of Enemy Property.

I must confess I never dreamed

A JOB FOR EVERY ONE

By Fred Doerflinger

LONDON, (By Mail),

THERE will be jobs for almost every one of
Britain’s 23,324,000 working population in |
1950 no matter which party wins the election, |
in the opinion of Labour Ministry officials and .
experts in industry and unions.

The forecast for continued full employ-}!
ment, however carries several important re-
servations: that no new dollar crisis forces
big cuts in imports and that industrial peace
is

If supplies of raw materials can be main-

i and there are no big strikes, unem-

ployment is not.expected to become a problem

before 1951.

The post-war boom is expected to last at)
least another year, but no one is preparea}
to predict the outlook for 1951. By then |
Marshall Aid will be running out and if
Britain’s dollar export drive is not a huge
success the nation’s factories will be cur-|
tailing production or closing down for lack!
of raw materials.

To-day in Britain some 22,255,000 people|
are in civil employment, another 740,000 in|
the armed forces and only 323,600 registered |
unemployed. The remainder of the working
population is made up of men and women
released from the armed forces who have!
not yet taken up employment.

Labour exchanges throughout the country-
have more than 366,000 jobs open, and as the
Ministry of Labour points out, a large num-|
ber of the registered unemployed are actually |
in the process of transferring from one job
to another.

DETAILED SURVEY COMPLETED

(The British Institute of Management re-
cently completed a detailed survey vf job
drifting and discovered that one man in
seven and one woman in eight drifts in and
out of jobs after staying in them for less than
a month.)

Only one important trade is worried about
unemployment at present—ship-repairing.
For industry as a whole the demand is for
more, not fewer, workers.

No one ean predict just how long this will
last. The Trades Union Congress, pressing
for wage restraint, has warned the working
man that there is a very real danger of mass
unemployment.

This is not entirely politics, despite’ the
fact that the TUC is the backbone of the
Socialist Party whose main campaign slogan
is that the Socialists alone can maintain full
employment.

The TUC, in its policy statement, has}
forcefully pointed out to unions the things |
that happened when the World War I boom
burst suddenly in 1920. Unemployment
rocketed from 300,000 to 1,500,000 in less than
a year and average earnings fell by nearly
one-third. y

If Britain’s “crawling” dollar drive is not
quickly stimulated, if the export sales op-
portunity offered by devaluation is not
quickly grasped; the same situation could lay
Britain low again. Only Marshall Aid, offi-!
cials admit, prevented large scale unemploy-
ment in the last few years.

The outlook for 1950 is coloured by this
worry, but experts believe employment will

{remain steady throughout the year.

The nationalized coal mines are crying |
for more recruits and every ton of surplus

British | coal mined should sell overseas at high prices

at least until the end of the year. |
Although there is unemployment in the}

that he would succeed in getting) ship-repairing industry, building yards have}

his passport back. To my all-too-| orders in hand (due to the big demand for

simple mind it seemed that, if
he was British now, then he had
been British all through the war.
And that would surely mean that
he had committed treason.

But presumably I did not make
sufficient allowance for the legai
intricacies of dual nationality.

Anyhow, here he comes

with his wife and daughters
(they all three have British
passports as well) in London

enough of his mother’s money to
have his children educated in
— and perhaps more than
that.

Now I wonder whether, in view
of this case, I am asking too
much if I invite our legislators
to review the whole of the pro-

ralisation
foreigners.

and passports

The von Loesch passport is} were made, all requiring men to remain in

merely a somewhat fantastic
illustration of principle, of which
there are thousands of other
examples; that for many for-
eigners taking British nationality

today the acquisition of a
British passport is purely a
matter of convenience. not of
idealism.

—L.E.S



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The textile industry needs thousands more

The task for 1950 will be to provide more
workers for essential industries. The job!
switch will not be easy due to the shortage
of living accommodation and the reluctance
of many workers to leave their home towns.

The Ministry of Labour, through the Con-

it. In the last quarter only seven “directions”

coal mining or agriculture.

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industries the Ministry of Labour could, by
exercising the powers they already possess,
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our Power Station due to failure
of the two new Generating Sets
recently installed, which can only
be described as a major catas-
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these two new Sets in operation
we would have been in a position
to carry out the much needed and
long overdue overhauls on our
existing Sets. Instead of that we

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overhaul and the other
similar
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only generate a maximum of 1250
K.W. in their present condition
One of them however is considered

cause of which was completely be-
yond our control
left V. SMITH,
General Manager,
Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation Ltd.
January 19, 1950.

now, five

The
all

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together,

four,
attention,

A Spade Is Not a Hoe
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Judging from the letters

macy at the shamefulness of such
an attitude, but let me hasten to
correct him. Diplomacy in such
cases is wasted. You must never
call a spade a hve. Harsh offences
can only be remedied with harsh
methoc's. Ans, don’t imagine that
this malacy 1s found only in the
Pit—it is not. The hateful up-
roar was heard also upstairs and
in certain sections of the House.

Rockley.

Local Talent

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I was shocked and dis-
gusted at the decision given on
Friday evening last at the local
talent All Star programme held
at the Globe Theatre.

Many people with whom I have
discussed the matter were

other hand, showed his talent and
versatility by singing such widely |

“Stormy Weather’ and “Blue
Moon” to his own accompaniment.

the success of future shows if the






different songs as “In my solitude’’, | §

It would be in the interest of | ¥

Manager were to announce the | ¥
names of the panei of judges who | ¢

find ourselves in a worse position
than we were last September.
The situation is as follows.
Two new’ Génerating Sets of
885 K.W. and 950 K.W. have been
erected and another of 885 K.W.
on order is due in September next
The 885 K.W. Set was put into
operation last October and has
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: ever since until yesterday morning
Aig cen when the crankshaft broke. The
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appearing in your correspondence
columns, there seems to be some
doubt as to the competence of the
Globe's judges on “All Stay Night”
In my opinion these correspondents

America.
affect those who



T am going to suggest has been
practised successfully throughout
It is simple, and doesn’t

likewise dumbfounded at the
decision given. Cedric Phillips,
for whom incidentally I hold no
brief, was far and away the most

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*
Americans
‘Wa Know
© Want to
£ How To Get To Barbados
i @ From Page 1
per” is to fiction.
in February 1908, Mr. Von
- isa en neatly os
i nerican, s
4 ed and area gaia has been
z | eareet as

He is contributing editor
Illustrated Magazine

- Pnbers among his publica-

‘ "Ecuador the Unknown,” “Off

qth Their Heads,” “Jungle in the

: hed ids” “Ecuador and The Ga'a-
: ” etc.

me nee, naturalist and

ograpner, Mr. Von Hagen is

ted with having discovered

rs : extinct tribe of Jicaques

gg ns in Honduras. :
Py, Von Hagen has the blessing
‘e Barbados Publicity Com-
in his work on the Guide
: of Barbados, but the Com-
BB sittee has no pee at its disposal
| fi financially.
pe Benefit
: 2 circumstances it is in-
a i approach the commer-
Bey interests in the Colony who
Be uid benefit most from the re-
of this publicising of the
Colony and enlist their aid.

The steamship companies and
the airlines, as was the case with
other guide books, were sure to
fave their routes etc. published
on the back of the guide books

presentation to those intend-

to travel to the islands.
Alcoa steamship company
‘h boats only had passenger
waervations for twelve to Barba-
“Beaos were willing to double this
“Bemount, Mr. Von Hagen said, if
r island were publicised pro-

erly in America.

me of the literature of the
tarbados Publicity Committee
mig available in the U.S.A. but
bat did not say how to get here,
much it would cost and
one could expect to find

The guide book would pro-
» those answers. It would also

the purpose of providing

ething for children to read in

'



a

ls,

. Von Hagen has got in touch
ith local historians. In Grenada
thas a collection of West Indian

histories and documents specially
dered from Francis Edwards in
ondon. Work would begin in
bout six weeks’ time on the
ptographs and when he had
hished with the writing material,
‘would first submit it to the
bados Publicity Cammittee for

whe.
“Life Passed By”

fm The second biography he is
nning to write is that of Squier
‘American explorer who “ex-
enced a little misfortune and
fe passed him by.”
Accompanying Mr. Von Hagen
his trip from Grenada here
Lt.Colonel Keith Stewart the
fitish West Indies representative
Grenada of the Frederick
ham Associates, Inc. They are

s at the Marine Hotel,

h



i. Overdue

Where is the schooner “Rain-
M”- This vessel left Trini-
d for St. Vincent since Janu-
ty 11 and has not arrived.
A cablegram received at the
irbour and Shipping Office yes-
erc read: “To all ships
\ boner “Rainbow M” marked
“Wp in white on black hull lefs
fad on January 11 for St.
heent now overdue, Please re-
t any sighting.”
“Rainbow M” canied a
of seven. It makes occa-
calls here to the Schooner
hers’ Association.

“Lady Patricia”
Comes Off Dock

MY. “Lady Patricia” came off
yesterday morning and
nh shortly after to load cargo
i its next voyage.
Pe This vessel is taking 300 car-
ms and 100 casks of rum for
idad and 20 tons of white
for St. Vincent. It is ex-
’ ed to leave port tomorrow for
; nt via Trinidad.
“Lady Patricia” spent six
: ys on dock here. Mr. D, L,
mnson is agent,
8 .
‘Planter’ Brings
Pork, Beef, Oats
Calling from Halifax yesterday
the SS. “Alcoa ’ Planter”
ml Is consigned to Messrs Da
& Co., Ltd.
“Planter” brought pickled
and beef, powdered milk,
parts, 30 sacks of oats, ali-
pastes, hand tools and a
Mgerator. It sailed yesterday
St. Vincent, Agents are

ts Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
ilies

EB Dutch Vessel
| Makes Call

ete

a

is

hed 4,000 bags of sulphate of
Ma, tTived at Barbados yes-
BAY by Dutch S.S. “Haarlem”
+

called from Amsterdam and

-
ie ene, beer, paints, rope,
» petroleum staves, ad-
material, hurricane lan-
paper bags were among
Cargo of this vessel for Bar-

‘ cae
in



he, “Haarlem” left port last
or Trinidad. Messrs S. P.
i mm, Son & Co. Ltd., are
;
2,29 .
225.77 Spent
& On Floods
My chairman of the Board of
the _ ot Health inform-
S vam that the amount
bar a een expended by the
$ uring the recent flood
Tee 77
t clerk had been in tructed
ard a letter +, the Vestry
| ME out ’ , e a ‘
at and Seine. ¢ r :
pnt i. 48king that Govern-
A tet? PrOached for a refi nd
*er had s : .
from ti Since been receiv-
he Vestry statin t t
ating that
a been Gecided not

4 ap
nt about this





MRS. E. D. MOTTLEY distributing gifts to the poor at St. Mary’s Boys’ School.



(a ta



USBEY’S ALLEY
GETS A BATH

THE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH of St. Michael
yesterday decided to flush with water the gutters and

street of Busbey’s Alley as from today.

This is an attempt

to improve the sanitary conditions there.

St. Thomas
Churchwarden

Denies Charge

OF FAVOURITISM

Mr. K. S. Sandiford, Church-
warden of St. Thomas, at yester-
day’s meeting of the Vestry of
that parish, denied that he had
had the ultimate word in choos-
ing those to whom help was be-
ing given to repair damage done
to their houses by the August
31—’49, high winds.

He was replying to a sugges-
tion by Mr. V. E. Reeves that
there had been favouritism in
the granting of aid to those whose
houses had been damaged. Mr.
Sandiford said that the state-
ment in the letter he received
from the Financial Secretary
which said that “in conjunction
with the authorities of the St.
Thomas parish,’ the recommen-
dation for help had been made,
was not correct,

It was felt that the $2,105
granted vor the purpose of re-
pairs was not sufficient to cover
the damages. Mr. Sandiford said
that he would go ahead with the
repairs as far as the money
allowed and he would make a
later report to Government that
the damage to one house espe-
cially was underestimated and he
could not carry out the necessary
repairs with the amount given.

No Favouritism

Mr. Reeves said he did not see
how Government could give the
Churchwarden money to spend
without a committee being form-
ed of the Vestry to guide him in
the spending.

Mr. J. H. Thorne said that as
he understood the matter, Gov-
ernment had told the Vestry to
appoint a committee to go around
and see these houses which were
in need of repair and send and
ask for the amount, Government
had given help to some of the
list submitted and he could not
see how the Churchwarden could
be involved in any alleged
favouritism.

Mr. Sandiford said that he had
been informed by the Colonial
Secretary's office that the Gov-
ernment in Executive had decid-
ed that someone from the Public
Works would call on them and
that they could go around
together and decide which houses
needed repairs. They replied
that Mr. Mahon and he would
be willing to go around and
since then they had heard noth-
ing further.

No Relief In
Taxation

When the St. Thomas Vestry met
yesterday it considered applica-
tions of persons who applied for
relief in taxation. An application
which introduced discussion was
one from Mr. Cyril Collins, a
member of the Vestry, and owner
of “Club Union.”

Mr. Collins said that he had
other heavy taxes to pay and he
felt that there had been discrim-
ination in the assessments of clubs.

The assessor’s record book
showed that all the clubs had been
assessed on the same basis. The
Vestry did not consider Mr. Collins’
application favourably, :

Mr. J. H. Thorne said that it
was but illogical, to put in the
plea for his case the fact that he
had other taxes to pay. That he
had other businesses on which to
pay taxes showed that he was in
some way a prosperous man.

Scholarship
Granted

THE St. Thomas Vestry yester-
day granted Dorian Whittington of
Welchman «Hall a_ scholarship
tenable at Combermere secondary
school, There were two other
candidates who had passed the
examination, but the Vestry de-
cided in Whittington’s favour on
the grounds that the parents of
one was able to pay their son's







school fees and that the other
was young and had another
chance.

A more frequent bus service
on the St. Thomas routes would
10t. pay the concessionaires, the
Advoeate vas told yesterday

f €
the
transportir
ing
the ar
lated, ¢ ter ‘
empty

Mr. Victor Chase said that it
had been brought to his attention
that the sanitary condition in
Busbey’s Alley was going from
bad to worse. It was a small
alley but literally a market as all
kinds of things for human con-
sumption were exhibited there
for sale. He said that there could
be seen refuse such as pea husk
and the like, piled up.

Mr, B, A. Weatherhead enquired
what was being done to secure the
site that had been agreed on at
Eagle Hall for a district market.

The Chairman Mr. J. M:; Kid-
ney said that arrangements for
the purchase had‘ been made but
that for some time now the mat-
ter was in the hands of the so-
licitors on both sides,

No Compensation

The Chairman told members
that Mr. Mottley and himself had
attended a meeting with the La-
bour Commissioner ‘at which it
was reported that Beresford Wil-
liams, a former casual labourer of
the Sanitary Department, had lost
his leg in the service of the Depart-
ment, had received no compensa-
tion. The statement was made by
a representative of the Barbados
Workers’ Union.

The Chairman said that he and
Mr. Mottley took a very serious
view of the matter and made in-
vestigations.

It was discovered that Williams
who had worked with the Depart-
ment from 1942 to 1948, had suf-
fered with aneurism of the
popliteal artery as was shown by
the medical certificate from the
General Hospital. He was grant-
ed sick leave with pay on three
oecasions, His leg was amputated
in July 1948. He was recom-
mended to the Churchwarden by
the Finance Committee for a pen-
sion and was given three shillings
per week from August 10, 1949.

A Wicked Attempt

Mr. Mottley said that when he
listened to the report before the
Labour Commissioner, he was at
a loss to understand how a Board
on which he sat could be so
heartless, After investigations,
however, he arrived at the con-
clusion that it was only a wicked
attempt to put people against the
Board. He was very pleased to
learn that the facts were contrary
to how they were represented.

The Chief Sanitary Inspector
pointed out to the Board that Wil-
liams had been a very good work-
er, He knew he had a leg trou-
ble but at no time during his
work had he received a cut which
eventually resulted in the ampu-
tation of his leg,

The members pointed out, that
the statement made was certainly
an attempt to discredit the Board
as it was obviously false.

Mr. Chase finally moved, sec-
onded by Mr. Weatherhead that
an investigation into the conduct
of the labourer who had made the
statement, be made by the Fin-
ance Committee who should take
appropriate action.

New Latrine

The Chairman told members
that the newly erected latrine and
bath at New Orleans would soon
be ready for use. What remained
to be done was the installation of
electricity and the erection of the
caretaker’s quarters.

Machinery For
Graeme Hall

Machinery consisting of diesel
engine, pipe and pump which
arrived here last week by the
“Arocosta” from Trinidad is for
the purpase of irrigating the
entire Estate at Graeme Hall, Mr,
Morris Wexler, merchant of Trin-
idad vold the “Advocate” yester~
day.

Mr. Wexler is now in Barbados
on a two-week business visit in
connection with the matter.

He said that the “Arocosta,” his
own private vessel, also broughi'
other necessary machinery for
use in the irrigation of Graeme
Hall.

Mr, Wexler hopes at some fu-
ture date, to erect a fertiliser
plant here, the machinery for
which would be coming from
England.





—

DR. HALLINAN
SETS UP OFFICE

Dr. T. J. Hallinan, C.B.E., who
arrived here on Friday to con-
duct an investigation into condi-
tions at the General Hospital is





getting ahead with the job, the
Medical Superintendent f the
Hospital told the Advocate t
terda

He said Dr. Hallinan has
et up a in the Hospital

Dr. Hal n was Director of
Medical Services in Jamaica from
1933 to 1946

THE BARBADOS ADV



e ~



Pet

Gifts For The
Needy

Gifts of clothing etc. were re-
cently received by Mr. E. D.
Mottley, M.C.P. from Miss Ianthe
Walkes and her co-workers of
King’s Chapel Church N.Y.

The articles were distributed
yesterday evening at the St. Mary’s
Boys’ School to the poor of the
district by Mrs. E. D. Mottley and
Mrs. N. C. Drakes assisted by
District Nurses of St. Michael.

Mr. Mottley told the “Advocate”
yesterday that the needs cf the
poor of this district are great and
he expressed the hope that furth-
er gifts will be forthcoming in the
not very distant future.





Christ Church
Vestry Meets
For First Time
IN 1950

The Chris’ Church Vestry at
their meeting yesterday, wel-
comed the new members, Mrs.

H. A. Talma, Mr. M. E. R. Kourne
and Mr. A. M. Jones.

Mrs, Talma thanked Mr, Ward
for his kind remarks and said
that she was never in politics
before but that she was sure thai
she would learn.

A letter was read from Nurse
V. Callendar, a member of the
Barbados Nurses’ Association who
said that she had seen the work
done by members of the Nurses’
Associavion for children of at
least two Elementary Schools in
St. Michael from a grant provided
by the St. Michael Vestry

She thought that she would like
vo do the same work for the
Elementary Schools of Christ
Chureh and so started with the
St. Christopher Girls’ School from
May 17, 1949, going twice a week.

She asked them for aid to con-
tinue whe work she is doing.

After a lengthy discussion Mr,
A. M. Jones said that it was use-
less talking of supplying money
to Nurse Callendar to carry on
her work because the matter was
one for Central Government. He
thought that Government
should have taken up this matter
long ago,

He said thay the Vestry should
draw the attention of Government
to the conditions of the school
children and ask Government to
go invo the matter.

Playing Fields

Members next discussed the
question of Parish playing fields.
The Playing Field Committee have
selected Dover and Seawell as
sites for playing fields and the
Clerk was instructed to fix a date
for ‘the Committee to meet the
Social Welfare Officer.

The various Committees were
appointed by the Vestry. They
were: V.D, Officers: Dr, E. L. Ward
and Mr. A. S. Edwards. Build-
ing Committee: The ren rnal:
en, Hon. A. G. Gittens, Mr, J.%&
Webster, Mr. C. M. Drayton, and
Mr. C. Ifill. Appointment of Di-
ocesan Representatives: Mr. J. &
Webster and Hon. D. G. Leacock
Assessment Rolls: Mr, G. C. Ward,
Hon. A. G. Gittens, Mr. C. M,
Drayton, Mr. J.E. Webster and
Mr. Parravicino, Playing Fields
Committee: Mr, Fred Goddard,
M.C.P., Mr. H, C. Griffith, Miss
V. Carver, Mrs. H. A. Talma, Mr.
J, O, Gall and Hon. A. G. Gittens.
Cemetery Board: Hon, A. G. Git-
tens, Mr, G. C. Ashby, Mr. H.
Garnes, Mr. McKenzie and Mr,
J. E. Webster. Lighting Commit-
tee: Mr. G. C. Ward, Mr. Victor
Chase, Mr. F. Goddard, M.C.P.,
and Mrs, H. A. Talma.

The old Highway Commissioners
were re-elected and Mr. A. M
Jones was broughy in in place of
Mr, W. T. Barnes. Mr, J. O. Gall
was again made Inspector
Trees

Members present were
Ward, Churehwarden, Mr. il
Mr. C. M. Drayton, Mr. M. ©

Mr, J. EB. Webster, Mr. A
Mrs. H. A, Talma, Mr. C. B.

of



Jow
Brandford

Hon. A» G. Gittens, M.U.C , Mr. Fred
Goddard, M,C.P., Mr. S. A. McKenzie,
Mr. Hi. Garnes, Mr. V. Chase and Mr. |
G. C, Ashby.
An excuse was offered for Rev. A. F
Mandeville, Chairman, who was in
disposed.
=
Obituary

Mr. Ralph Stoute

The death occurred at his resi-
dence, “Shenstone,” Rockley, on
Wednesday evening of Mr. Ralph
G. Stoute, salesman of Messrs.
A. S. Bryden & Sons ut the age
of 44.

Mr. Stoute after leaving school
spent a short time in the employ
of Messrs. Collymore & Wright
and soon after sailed for the
United Statés. On his return to
Barbados he joined the firm of
Bryden’s and rose to the position
of senior salesman.

Quiet and unassuming, Mr,
Stoute was very popular and re-
spected among members of the |
commercial body In private life
he was a firm friend and enjoyed |

the esteem of a wide circle. The |
large gathering which attended |
h ineral at the Westbury Ceme-
tery esterda rn g va evi- |
ence f the high estee hich |
he was held.

He leaves a wife and two chil.
iren to whom along with other
orrowing relatives the “Advo- |
cate” tenders sincere condolence



‘OCATE

PARISH

ST. MICHAEL. As part of their
annual programme the Public
Works Department are now carry-
Mg out repairs to many buildings
in the City. Some of these in-
clude the Central Station, Spirit
Bond, East and West wings of the
Public Buildings, the General Hos-
pital, and the US. Savings De-
partment. Major repairs are being
carried out at Combermere School
and the Wharf walls. Labourers
of this Department are also
Working | over at Pelican Island.

* 7.

Two losses of cattie were
Suffered in the Parish on Monday
and Tuesday, In the first instance
Aubrey Watts of Lower Birney’s
Road reported the loss of two
— valued $18.00 from his open
yard,

Sybil Jones of Black Rock re-
ported the loss of a calf valued

$40.00 from her enclosed yard
during Tuesday night.
* *
An accident took place on

Bank Hall Cross Road at about
7.45 am. on Wednesday between
the motor car M.1429, owned by
Violet Hope of 2nd Avenue, Bank
Hall, and driven by Kenneth
Hope of the same address, and a
bus, M.727, owned by the Yonkers
Bus Company and driven by Ray-
mond Springer of Sharon, St.
Thomas,
The right front fender of the
car and left front fender of the
Us were damaged.
* a .
Another accident occurred on
Bridge Road at about 7.15 a.m. on
Wednesday between one bicycle,
owned by Ephraim Inniss and rid-
den by his son, Vere Inniss, both
of Bayeroft Road, Carrington Vil-
lage, and a second bicycle, owned
by S. A. Roach of Welches and
ridden by Shirley Bishop of My
Lord’s Hill.
Both cyclesewere slightly dam-
aged.
* * ~
A third accident occurred at the
corner of Bay and Fairchild
Streets at about 7.36 a.m. on Tues-
day between the motor lorry
M549, owned by the Barbados
Telephone Co,, and driven by
Dudley Grant of: Bay Land, and a
bicycle owned and ridden by
Peterson Thompson of Market
Hill, St. George. The right pedal
and front fork of the cycle were
damaged,
* * *
CHRIST CHURCH. Repairs are
now being carried out to the Mili-
tary Buildings at the Garrison by
the Public Works Department.
* * *

Ten acres of third crop ripe
canes were destroyed by fire at
Small Ridge Plantation on
Wednesday night.

The fire—of unknown origin—
broke out at about 2.30 p.m. The
canes are the property of Mr, G. S.
Evelyn and are insured.

* 7 *.

An accident occurred at about
2.25 p.m. on Wednesday at the
Garrison between the motor car
M.2474, owned and driven by
R. W. E. Tucker of Cherry Tree
Cottage, Garrison, and another
car, M.247, owned and driven by

Goulbourne King of Spooner’s
Hill, St. Michael.
The right front fender of

M.2474 and the right rear fender
of M.247 were slightly damaged.
* * *

The Major Road Sign post at
the corner of Deighton’s Road,
near Dayrells Road, was smashed
by the motor lorry, M.2443, at
about 12 noon on Tuesday.

The lorry is owned by Colin
Springer of Hindsbury Road, St.
Michael.



ST. GEORGE. This Parish had
the heaviest rainfall during
Wednesday and up to 6.00 am.
yestérday. Over 70 parts were
recorded, and showers fell both
day and night.



ST. JAMES. The Public Works
Department is now carrying out |
repairs to the Post Office.

ST. PHILIP. Forty-two parts
of rain were recorded in this Par-
ish on Wednesday and up to 6.00
a.m, yesterday,



ST. JOSEPH. Two standpipes
have been erected in the Parish.
One is situated at Branchbury and
the other at Hackleton Cliff. The
one at Branchbury is practically
completed and only awaiting the
covering which will be placed on
a well behind it. The other is
completed. Up to the present no
water has been turned on in either
of the pipes.

* -

The Commissioners of Health
of the Parish held a meeting on
Wednesday, Mr. C. A. Williams,
who was Chairman of the Com-
missioners, announced his resig-
nation and his place was filled by
Mr. W. R. Coward.

* «

a meeting on Monday next. It is
understood that at this meeting a
Building Committee will be ap-
pointed,



ST. JOHN. Cane plants and
vegetable crops in this Patish en-
Joyed some lovely showers during
Wednesday and early yesterday
morning. Sixty-three parts were
recorded, which gives the Parish
the second best rainfall for that
period.

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ped anchor at Bridgetown. Not|
long after, trim white launches |
were moving to and fro, bring-| #
ing American tourists to Barba-|
dos’ shores, %

M.V. “Stella Polaris” brought
163 passengers. Normally, it pro-
vides accommodation for about
165 passengers; so almost every
cabin was filled.

The invasion on Barbados
started at the “Publicity Com-
mittee” where questions ranging
from “where could a nice drink
be had” to “where are the re-
commended bathing beaches
around here” were asked.

This committee, however, did
very little trade with the tourists
They did best with the stamps
and posteards. Most of the vis-
itors took advantage of the free
literature provided for them by
the Committee and strolled on to
their various destinations.

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Seventy of them went on the
tour prepared for them by Mr.
U. J. Parravicino. Visits were
paid to Chimborazo. Bathsheba,
St. John’s Parish Church, Cod-
rington College, Sam Lords, the %
Crane and Powell Spring Hotel
where they lunched.

Here and there, some of them
could be seen around the City,
especially in Broad Street, where
they both window-shopped and
bought souvenirs.

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Prepared Tour
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Hardiy was any tourist seen
without a camera. They “shot”
policemen on duty, Broad Street,
vendors of various commodities
and harbour scenes.

Curios were in good supply.
Boatmen took some out to the
vessel and made some trade.
Some of the women folk bought
flowers, both natural and artifi-
cial, which they took aboard for
decorating their rooms.

Coming on to mid-day, many
of the strange faces were missed



from the City. Some of them /%
were going back to the ship by x
row boats and launches, \



The last launch leaving th:
baggage warehouse after 5 p.n

yesterday evening ended thr
trade with the tourists. At ¢
p.m. the “Stella Polaris” was

starting on its way to Grenada,

The “Stella Polaris”, 2,747 tons
net, arrived under Captain Dahi
Messrs Robert Thom Ltd., are
local agents.



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Cans CHEESE CRISPS
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Huntley & Palmer and Peek

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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.

PHONE 2364 FOR PRICES.

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condition, reasonable
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20.1,50—2n

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Price $450.00 no

offers. |

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G.E.C. with Grill
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one year old $150.00 no offer
troft, Seawell Airport. Phone

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Mprising (1) Settee (3 seats) (3)!
Chairs (1) Morris Rocker. All as
spring Cushions, tapestry

(1) Dressing Table with long
Gern). (1) Chest-of-drawers,

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Wy small Birch table (2) Kitchen
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Co. Lid. One: See

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Phone 2696
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Se ieets, from $2.08 and $2.64
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Per Dozen. Dial 304
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HOUSES

|, HOUSE—-At Worthing Golf Club Ra
2 bedrooms. Apply Andrew Evelyn
Gott Club Rd. or Dial 8440,

| 17.1.50—4n.

| Sea Maxwell Christ
| Church. Fully Furnished containing
| Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
room Verandah overlooking the sea,

and all Modern conveniences. Dial
3607 or 2871. 15.1.50—5n

a

FLATS fully furnished with Refrig-
erator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,
Dial 8364. 13.1,50—t.f.n.

“NEWHAVEN”, Crane Coast,
furnished, Garages Servant
Superb bathing beach. February, March,

June, November; December; -00
month. Phone 4476. Cimire

ASHTON—On

fully
Rooms

FLAT—At Kensington New
Road, Comprising Front Room, verandah,
| two bedrooms, Kitchenette, toilet, Bath
; also Garage. Phone 206;

18.1.50—2n

OCC
| | BUNGALOW — “Clariston” from ist

! February situated at Worthing in Ave-
nue leading to Coral Sands., Containing
Spacious Verandahs two sides, three bed-

| tooms. drawing and dining rooms, pantry
out offices. Garage. Dial 2490. ‘

18.1.50—3n

y Philip coast, fully
furnished, Garages, Servant Rooms,
Bathing beach. From March Ist. $50
per month. Phone 4476, :
6.1,50—t.f.n.

HOUSE—Fully furnished at Woodside
Gardens, Bay St. Mid-February to June.
Phone 3189, 18.1.49—2n.

Aelita ons te

HOUSES—Unfurnished Bungalow at
Maxwells, almost new with 3 bedroon:s
access to sea. Furnished Bungalow o9n
sea at St. Lawrence, 3 bderooms. Unfur-
nished and furnished houses at Little

Kent (2 & 3 bedrooms). Furnished
House “Rose Hill”, St. Peter, 4 bed-
rooms. DIXON & BLADON, Real Estate
Agents, Plantations Buildings, Phone
4640. 20.1.50—1n

“FARAWAY”, St.







PUBLIC SALES





AUCTION
UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE



HOUSE -- Monday 23rd. at 1 p.m,
8th Avenue (New Orleans) Kensington

Land, Board & Shingle house 20 x 12x 8
Kitchen, closet and some palings. Teria<
Cash R. Archer Mc Kenzie. 20.1.50—3n

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

BY instructions received from the In-
surance Agents I will seil at the Genera,
Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd., Nelson Street,
on FRIDAY 20th at 2 p.m. (1) Biack
A.40 Austin Car (Partly new) Damaged.
Terms Cash. VINCENT GRIFFITH.

Auctioneer.
14.1.50—4n





NDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 24th by order of
Dr. Leonard Hutson we will sell
his Furniture at the Pine Live
Stock Station,
which includes
Dining Table (seat 6), Upright
Ornamenv’ Tables, very
good Lounge Chairs, with Canvas
Backs and Seats, Cocktail Cabinet
all in Mahogany, Corner Settee,
Rugs, Card Tables, Glass and
}China, Plated Tea Service, Din-
ner and Tea Services, Singer Sew-
ing Machine, Electric Hot Plate,
Toaster and Iron, Simmons Sin-
gle Bedstead and Spring wivh
Dunpillo Mattress, Single Oak
Bedsteads, Springs and Deep
Sleep Beds, Mahogany and Pine
Dressing Tables, Large Painted
Pine Press, Deal Tables, Larder,
Kitchen Dressers, Kitchen Uten-
sils, 3-Burner Valor Oil Stove,
and other items.

Sale at 11.45 o'clock.







Terms CASH,
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers.
20,1.50.—2n.,
REAc ESTATE



The undersigned will offer for sale a
their Office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday, 20th day of January

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D ADS. PrRLe Novices |



|





1950, at 2 p.m,

The messuage or Dwelling House
| called “PARKVILLE” and the land
‘thereto, containing 1,829 square feet

situate at White Park opposite The* Bar-
bados Foundry.
Inspection any day except Sundays

between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m
on

application to the tenant Mr. Boyce. |
further particulars and conditions
Sale, apply to:—
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 4,330
square feet, situate at 9th Avenue.
Belleville.

The Dwelling House comprises Gallery,
Drawing & Dining Rooms, 2 Bedroo:ns,
one with Dressing room and running
vater in each, Breakfast room, Kitch-
iette, Toilet and Bath.
Gas installed; Servant’s
Garage in Yard.

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 4 p.m..and 6 p.m
cn application on the premises, Dial
2115,



room and

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.
11,1, 50—8n

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
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

SsisaeEEEEDEEEneeeeereeeeeeeeee
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two baths,
electricity, water, on the sea, own private
bathing beach, 1% acres of land Vege-
table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgetown
at Garden, St. James. Enquiry Sandy-
fields St. Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the

premises Garden, St. James.
20.1.50—15n.



“THE BANYANS”
thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31's
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate.

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.3
a.m, and 4 p.m. and © p.m. on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises, Dial 3771.

The above property will be set up for
Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree,
Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day oi
February 1950. at 2 p.m.

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20.1.50—13n
a

“SCAFELL,"" St. Philip, close Dis-
trict ‘C’ Police Station. Newly built com-
pact 3 bedrooms Bungalow with lounge
| dining room, kitchen,, washroom, front
& rear porches, servants’ quarters, garage
Concrete construction with Aluminum
roof. All in first class condition. Cod-
rington School 2% miles; Lodge 1%
| miles; Crane & Sam Lords 4 miles.
| Owner leaving Colony. Opportunity to
| acquire fine little property at low cost

With the land





| £1,900. DIXON & BLADON. Rea
Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Plantations
| Building, Phone 4640. 20.1.50—1n.

RESIDENCE St. Michael, Brighton

Black Rock, Commodious § room-
perty built of stone and timbe









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TAKE NOTICE

“MELLO-KREEM”

That Roberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michae
Barbados. B.W.I. has applied
registration of a trade mark in connectior
h “Table Margarine” and will b
entitled to register the same after on
month 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

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

LLIAMS,

G. C. WE S.
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.
19.1.50-<3,.

TAKE NOTICE

“GLOW-SPREAD”

Reberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michne*
Barbados, B.W.I. has applied for th
registration of a trade mark in con
nection with “Table Margarine” anx
will be entitled to register the sami
after one month from the 18h day oj}
January .1950 unless some Person shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of oppisition of suc?
registration. The trade mark can b
seen on application at my office.

Dated this 17th day of Junuary, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.

19.1.50—3:
COMBERMERE SCHOOL ENTRANCE
EXAMINATION 1950



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT
1. The Examination will be heid



Saturday next, January 21st at 9 aan
at Combermere School.

2. All candidates should present them-
selves at the School from 8 «a.m
onward, and bring two sharpened
pencils.

3. The Examination will continue until
about 11.30 a.m:

4. Successful candidates will be notified
by post.

Major C. NOOTT, T.D., B.A.
Headmaster.




20.1.50—2n



In The Court of Chancery

BARBADOS. ;

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act
1906, I do hereby give notice to ail per-
sons having or claiming any estate, righ
or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafte:
mentioned (the property of the Defen-
dant) to bring before me an account o
their claims with their witnesses, docu-
ments and vouchers to be examined by
me on any Tuesday or Friday between



the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'clock ir
the afternoon at the Registration Office
Public Buildings Bridgetown before th:
3rd day of March 1950 in order tha
such claims may be reported. on anc
ranked according to the nature an:
priority thereof respectively, otherwise
such persons will be precluded from th:
benefits of any decree and deprived «
all claims on or against the said property
HUGH OWEN SAINT
CLAIR CUMBERBAT("
—Plainti?.
CLARICE EDRINGTON HINDS
and
TRIS DOTTIN
—Defendants
ALL THAT certain piec:
or parcel of land situate a
the Garden in the parisk
of Saint James and Isian:
of Barbados (made up c
two portions containing one
Rood twelve Perches
thirteen and one hal
Perches) the whole contain
ing by admeasurement One
Rood Twenty Five and One
Half Perches or thereabouts
and abutting and bounding
on lands of Fred Alleyne
on lands of Rosina Thomas
on lands of the estate o!
G. T. Alleyne deceased, an
lands of the estate of
Rachael Hinds deceased. on
lands of the estate of
Catherine Prescod deceased,
and on the Public Road or
however else the same may
abut and bound Together
with the messuage or
dwelling house thereon and
all other buildings ano
erection (whether freeholc
or chattel) on the said
parcel of land erected and
built standing and being
with ail and every the ap-
putenances,

PROPERTY:

Bill filed 16th November 1949,
29th December 1949.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery,
30.12.49—3n





PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(The Provost Marshal’s Act 1904 (1904—6)
Section 30).

On Friday the 3rd day of February,
1950 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the after-
noon will be sold at my office to the
highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value.

All that certain piece of Land contain-
ing by admeasurement 3 Roods, 26
Perches situate in Parish of Christ
Chureh butting and bounding on lands
now or late of the Estate of J. Mapp
(dec'd), on lands of Staple Grove Plan-
tation, on lands of G. E. Brathwaite,
and on the Public Road at Staple
Grove together with the messuage or
Dwelling Houses, Buildings and shop
thereon &c., appraised as follows :— the
whole property appraised to two thou-
sand five hundred and ninety six dollars
($2,596.00), Attached from Charles
for and towards satisfaction, &c,

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase.

Sed. V. H, B. ROCHEFORD,
Provost Marshal, Actg. |
Provost Marshal's Office,
14th January, 1950,

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17.1.50—3n,

NOTICE
1. Tenders sre invited for the exclu-



sive right to sell liquors etic. and
to serve lunches and teas at Ken-
sington Oval during the Tourna-
ment. (Approximately from Febru-
ary 7th to February 2ist.)

2. Tenders are also invited for the
transportation of the British Guiana
Team from Abbeville Guest House
to the Oval during the tournament.

3. Tenders must reach the undersigned
at C. F. Harrison & Co.'s Office
not later than 4 p.m. on Monday
January 23rd.

4. The Association does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.

THE BARBADOS CRICKET
ASSOCIATION INC.
W. F. HOYOS.
Honorary Secretary.
8.1,50—6n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of GENERAL AGEN-
CIES Co., ((B'dos) Ltd, of High Street
City for permission to sell Spirits, Malt
Liquors, &c., at First floor of No. 14
High Street, City.

Dated this 18th day of January 1959
To: H. A. TALMA,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
R. B. HARRISON,
for Applicanis
N.B.—This application will be consid-
at

“A"', on Monday

the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o'cloch

-m.
rar H. A, TALMA,
Police Magistrate, ‘Dist. “A”
20.1.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Edwin H. Brancn
ot Beckles Road, St. Michael for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &¢«
at a board and shingle shop attached
to residence at Beckles Road, St. Michael.

Dated this 18th day of January 1950.
To: E. A. McLEOD, Esq.

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

E. H. BRANCH,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, “A”, om Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o’clo. k
oe E. A, McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’
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well placed on the hill ‘
; Pull Sanata from the} PROPERTY: House and Land, Almond
€ It may be sold with or withou'| Grove near Reaches Plantation, St. Lax i
‘ acres of potential building; Cam be inspected any a : he week |
IXON & ADON, Real Estate| on application to Mr ellirg
pe i 7 Plantations Build-| P. & H. Homestead, Paynes Bay, st {
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form to rigid standards of purity.

DeWITT’S PILLS

for Kidney and Bladder Troubles



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Trinidad Police

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Get 2-Way Radio

Mr. Rod Stewart, Regional
Supervisor and Engineer of Pye
Ltd., of Cambridge, England, who
has recently returned from a visit
to Trinidad accompanied by his
wife, says that the Trinidad Police
Force has ordered through his
Company the very latest form of
V.HLF. (Very Highest Frequency )
two way radio systems, at a cost
of approximately $40,000, This
new system is of the very latest
form known to modern science,
and will replace the existing High
Frequency (H.F.) system at pres-
ent being used by the Force. It
operates on wavelengths shorter
even than Television, and cannot
be tuned in on ordinary house-
hold radios. Only a bare mini-
mum of operations are needed in
} the use of this equipment. It is
j in fact as simple as the ordinary
household telephone to operate
whether from a moving vehicle,
or a fixed site.

Fined for Swearing

Two fines were imposed on
Charles McArthur Edwards of
Mile and Quarter, St. Pever yes-
terday by His Worship Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell.

The first fine was 5/- in seven
days or in default seven days’
imprisonment for swearing on the
Wharf on January 18 and £1 to
be paid in 28 days or in default
one month’s imprisonment for
resisting P.C. 148 Branker while
‘in vhe execution of his duty.

| Fined 3/- tor Overloading

Leslie Coward of St. Joseph was
fined 3/- in seven days or seven
days’ imprisonment by His Wor-
ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
yesterday for overloading the *bus
on December 13.





INCOME TAX NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-| Mrs.

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 incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued

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
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following |

respective dates :

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3l1st
day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,

Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not |

situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950,

1950.
2.
3,
uary, 1950.
Commissioner
NOTE:

Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-

F. CLAIRMONTE
of Income Tax and Death Duties,

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.

10.1.50.—19n,

—siroreregeneenererenaghtuinnntnaininienaninsilihinehictscheisik- akc nim: it

University College

of the West Indies,



BARBADOS GOVERNMENT EXHIBITIONS,



THE Government of Barbados has made funds available for pro-

viding two exhibitions tenable
Indies from October 1950,

Candidates must be persons who are natives of Barbados o1
children of natives of Barbados or children of persons who are
domiciled and have been resident in Barbados for a period of not less

than ten years,
Barbados for a period of not less
ceding 31st January, 1950 and be
that date. They must also have

They must have been receiving their education in

than three years immediately pre-
under the age of twenty years on
passed or be exempt from the

Matriculation examination of the University of London.

If suitable candidates presen

t themselves, the awards will be

made as the result of an examination to be held during the week

beginning 27th 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

Mapp | 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 Col
will be required:—

(a) to submit to the Director

lege Exhibition, each exhibitioner

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 :—
(b)

to enter and commence residence at the University College

of the West Indies as soon as possible, and keep terms
continuously till his or her Exhibition expires: and—

(e)

to send a certificate of satisfactory diligence and conduct

to the Director of Education, Barbados, at the close of
each academic year, signed by the Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the Wast

Indies,

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

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

which they propose to offer in the examination.

become members and the subjects
Entries must be

teceived by the Registrar of the University College of the Wes:
Indies, Mona, Jamaica, British West Indies, before 31st January,

1950.
(1)
(2)
(3)

The entry form must be

a detailed school record.

accompanied by:—

a recent certificate of good health.
a birth certificate or other good evidence of age.



WANTED

HELP
YOUNG LADY for our Office at Three
Houses recta St. Philip. For. furthe

particulars to the Manager.
14,1,50—6n





Wliiams, } eg Broac
Street. 15.1.50—Tn

SERVANT—A general servant witr
good knowledge of Reference
required. Apply WOODY, Pine Hiil
St. Michael. 20.1.50—2n

agement? tl
COOK—An experienced cook and 4





Domestic Servant. Apply Hamilton,
Worthing View Gap.
20.1,50—In
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TO HIRE

CHAIR—An invalid chair for use in}

mall house. Apply N. B. Howell, Bay |
Street.

Clean Old Rall

ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM

\

Maya,, Yawl Stortebecker, Sch. Mary M.

Lewis,

W. Smith, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Reginald N

vietta,
Yacht

Stavenger, Sch.

Sch

King, from St. Vv







In Carlisle Hay

Seh. Hazell Scott, Sch.

Swedish Barquetin ie
Beegie, Sch. Endeavour
Barca De Oro.

ARRIVALS
BELQUEEN,

Owners

N

MAY. |

STELLA POLARIS.
nia? tone net. Capt. Dahl, from Martin-

Agents: Du Costa & Co. Ltd

Dutch S.S. Haarlem,’ 2.236 tons net,

Wallace, Sch. Marea Hen-
Bae
Lady Patricia, §.S. Copinsay,

#4 tons net. Capt
incent; Agents: Schooner

Capt. Nuhoff, from Martinique; Agent.
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.
DEPARTURES
R.M.S. LADY RODNEY, 4,907
net, Capt. LeBlanc, for St. Lucia; Agent
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd.

Frances

MV.

Ketch Jones & Co., Lid.

Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd., advise S.S. Evanthia,

that

S.S, Pygmalion, §.S. Alcoa
M.V. Bonaire, 8.S. Pacific Star, S.S.
Sun Valley, S.S. Paraguay, S.S.' Alcoa

From

Joseph Marshall, Nirmaldas Kirpalani,
Edward Ford, John Sellier, John Me-
Cregsor, Hven Walton, Patricia McClade,
Maria Knowles, Stanley Knowles, Norma
Riley, Monica Riley, Rosario De Lima,

they

S.S. Patuca, S.S.



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IN PORT: Aux. Ketch Leander, Sen
Molly N. Jones, Sch. Manuata, Yacht

ARRIVALS—By B.1W.LA.L.

TRINIDAD:

can now communicate with
the following ships through their Bar-
bados Coast Station:—

§.S. Stella Polaris, S.S. White Clover,

S.S. Viggo. Hanstee

Pegasus,

Moore, ae
Farmer, A
EB eee

For ANTI $

Me. Wilfred Peters, Mrs. ,
His Lordship Bishop Davis, Mr, Edwain
‘Thompson

Mark Greenhill and

Mary Dav

and Mr. Daniel Walwyn.

3

8:

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.
for Trinidad; Agents: H. Jason

Schooner W. L. Bunicia, 38 toas net,

Capt. Joseph, for Dominica; Agetits:
Schooner Owners’ Association.
S.S. Alcoa Planter, 3,931 Capt. Ohren, for St. Vincent; Agents:
. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
Dutch S.S. Haarlem, 2,236 tons ne’,

Capt. Nuhoff, for Trinidad; Agents: S. P.

Stella Polaris, 2,747
for Grenada;
a.

n,

8.8. C. G. Thulin, S.S, Thelma IV, S.S.

: = Doiores, 8:8.
Uruguay/Wimeo, SF emawa, §
Gerona, a S.S. Monte Ayala,

William Moore, Mr. Berry

is.

—

tons }

Arthur De Lima, Emerson Ramsay, For ST. LUCIA:

Eamund Springer, Barbara Jones, Miss Kathryn wimer, Miss Pearly
Florence Jones, Francis Bult, John Fontenell, Mr, Eardley Myles, Mrs
Davies, John Haines, Charles Quinn and Edna Myles, Mon. Louis Cools-Lartigue,
James Scott. Hon. Alfred Bayne, Master Oswald
| Theabalds, Mr. James Johnson and Mr.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.1LA.L. Guy Gordon.

For TRINIDAD: For JAMAICA:

Mrs. Ellen Yarde, Mr. Harold Hares, Mr, Alfred Blackett, Mr. Bertram
Mr. Charles Kum, Mrs. Monte Grant, Kaye, Mrs, Mary Little, Mr. Simon

Mabelle Moore,

Rev. FitzGerald

Bloomberg and Mr. Charles Walters.





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Published every Monday
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tion every week,



SHIPPING NOTICES

ns

The M.V. DAEBRWOOD will
a Cargo and Passengers for
St. ia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba, Sailing Saturday 2\st
January, 1950.

B.W.I. Yehooner Owners’ Associa:
tion (Iic.) Tel. 4047.







SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives Sails
NAME OF SHIP MON- Halifax Bosten B'dos B'dos
NELSON ——-. 12th Jan. 14th Jan. 23rd Jan. 23rd Jar
RODNEY — 8th Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb. 20th Feb
NELSON —— 26th Feb. 27th Feb. sth Mar. 9th Mar
RODNEY —_ 25th Mar. 27th Mar. 65th Apr. 6th Apr
NELSON —— 12th Apr. 14th Apr. 23-d Apr. 24th Apr

NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrive

B'dos B'dos Boston St. John Montrea
RODNEY 17th Jan. 18th Jan. 28th Jan. 29th Jan. —--
NELSON 3rd Feb. 4th Feb. 14th Feb. 15th Feb —
RODNEY 4th Mar. 6th Mar, 15th Mar. 16th Mar aoe
NELSON 2ist Mar. 22nd Mar. Ist Apr. 2nd Apr. ---
RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th $pe 20th Apr. 30th Apr. —_—
NELSON 6th May €&th May 18th May 19th May me



‘B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cham-

. Passenger Fares and freight

GARDINER AUSTIN &
OOOO

rates on application to :—

CO,, LTD. — Agents.

eee

on the 5th February, 1950.

CIE. GLE.,

TRANSATLANTIQUE

FRENCH LINE

S.S. “GASCOGNE” sailing to Trinidad and French Guiana

Sailing to Plymouth and Le

Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe 12th February, 1950.
Minimum First Class Only $425.30 B.W.LCy.

R. M. JONES & CO,, LTD.- Agents.

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Also
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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,

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for your use in the U.K. can
be supplied on application to
Robert Thom Ltd., Courtesy
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PAGE THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ae ov es

EIGHT 1 BARBADOS
7 ee ; { a i ; a: - ‘nt
nei ae can oe: ‘ 7 TE BIG FIGHT | Segura Of Barbados Again

a7 AT | :
BASE Cyan ee et ede Ecuador | Defeated By

















ma iti Venezuelans
a Youve got if in the bay,.champ! Ait (By THOMAS HARDIE)
fo _)\) Fr youve gotier do is Keep away from PARIS, (By Mail). , (Barbados Advocate Coxres
= enact ermnasnennasorriery -< ' then knock’ | One of the most influentia ARACAS, Jan. 19 }
- wr ay i ms * iT left and a 2 eames in Europe to-dey is Im the secand Polo Match ver-
rout poertfolio"—he doesn't} 5US Tazon, Venezuela scor ur}

oul— just like in all the bye-clection with

bous > jen | meed one. and Barbados 2 (Michelin
z Pancho Segura, of Guayaquik| Venezuela Clyne seored 2. Lan-|
| Bcuador, carries his credentials der 1, and Rodriguez |
}epenly and nonchalantly under| Barbados played a better garn
}his arm—they are three bright.) against a stronger side. xa

shiny tennis rackets. - | game was very fast throughout.

Sect nota 4] ai vince meen ee 10-day professional tennis tour af|riding hard and playing well.

London and “Paris, taking i a5 The field was much faster.

seriously as-anmy
diplomat. were excellent —'By Cable.) B [ JFF ER
Dressed in sport shirt and slacks,

and with a _ draped — an

armeh oa in : lobby ris’ tured the South American men’s

Bl ea his rte. =? em singles title. The following year, SERVED ON
“Many Europeans have never he came to the U.S. to attend

; a ee Miami University, but “mostly to
heard of Ecuador, or if they have, | play tennis.”
they think it is some South Paciile| ""l; paid off... In 1946, he won SUNDAY NIGHT

island . . . they think Pm en ua- the U.S. Indoor Singles titie, and

eran because 1 am the srvailest | 1947, before turning pro, tie From 7 to 10 O'clock
ond Gate ae tee, vive | See eee championship.

others in the tour ave Jack iin. He has visited France, and Paris,
er. Frank Parker and Put: ‘ho! five times, as well as touring ¢ 1d
Gonzzles) the crowd is usually on playing in nine other countries of





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| paris, The miniature, ‘ive-feet,| Paris for several years—that iS, y









if there were no valls from his

"eee . i ' 2 .

4 ; | ? five-inches Pancho, consistentiy| ..._; x :
rig C. B. WILLIAMS HITS | MESS Who Will Lead | se eon pm tae sro UNE ig Sms a
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t : ; By — pe . 9 And in Paris he surprised even | LORé Island, and from his “home
(= 458 NO IN 2nd TRIAL || “tx | England. WI?) 2 ear Sag D
me ° | ; Love all, : ™ © | the world’s best—in two quick, en
i 5 : N. : , sets, and then going on the next! nee Dinan -~
mel a C. B. WILLIAMS of Carlton treated the crowd to sofr 2} { $ so3 3 yor eee ‘ evening to down Parker with ——— s
Be hig magnificent stroke playing when he scored 128 not out| $ oA Q wep : gh suncdsmemiit Can equal ease and polish. The crowd | a FOR
F _ which included 14 fours and one six against Mr. Goddard's i AK Q8 i Goddard will captain the West weet ee ee aes tad eet | | ¥. ®
XI as the second trial match in preparation for the Barbados-| i ag y; its 1642! Indies team against England this! orthodox two-handed stroke. -| . td MarR
j i British Guiana Intercolonial Tournament in February, wes ; So's Sas $ | summer ‘has set people wondering| Present plans call for another | E
’ is started yesterday at Kensington Oval. : 3 ; : 32 ¢ ; . 5 a ae re eee number will be.| year of professional tennis, and | AMA \
{ | 3 od O52 i 1e M.C.C. remain silent for the) then “settling down” to promote \|
q i Mr. E. A. V. Williams’ XI bat- reluctant to leave his wicket.| ¢ Ss. : time being but there are many| the game—in South America if]
; ting the whole day has scored 252 | After this Drayton was very un- : 3 8 70%2 : rumours linking the name of Reg] possible. }
ey runs for the loss of five wickets |decided and was bowled by Roy| 3 @KI95 : Simpson, the Notts amateur, with} “Tennis is still a rich man’s|
in their first innings. John God- | Marshall while in the effort to hit} ; 4 964 - | job. Denis Compton has also} sport down there. I would like to ’
i ‘¢ dard won the toss and sent injout. Proverbs joined Williams) : _ North bids Two Clubs and 3 j been suggested as a likely can-| introduce it to the general public,
i { Mr. Williams’ XI to bat. and at the end of the day’s play| ¢ 7... » nes walnee or > posi- = | didate. But my. information is} take the monopoly away from the | |
: ; ‘ they were undefeated with Wil-| } Hearts bis Roe — meh | that the M.C.C. do not consider) country club set,” Pancho said. ————————E— SELES :
¢ 5 _ Carew and Taylor opened the jjiams 128 (giving two chances, | $ North shows the character $ | the time ripe to have professional) “There are two big hurdles . . | { 4
innings for Mr. Williams’ XI. |one when Johnny Lucas failed to| 4 of hie hand with Two No 3 | captains for Test matches. Trevor} First, the game is simply too ex- | . aa
Carew took the first ball from |take a return from him and| : 4ivmps South tries Three | Bailey, of Essex, may get the} pensive. Most of the equipme IT IS GOOD VA If
) | § Diamonds and N ‘ — | Pi e equipment | 4
Mullins and played it to John | Proverbs 28. uf Sermo Go" aes he bids | job, but my guess is that Freddie} must now be imported from Eng- | ag
Goddard felding at short leg. | The match continues on Satur- | § that 2 th i rae ald ot tener : | Brown, who led England in the| land or the United States ; | SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE 3
The second ball he watched care- | day i Gach BL sy Heast f | last two Tests against New Zea-| We've got to and a South Ameri- pear Mines: oF ek | in White, Gold, Pink and BI a
; pa 2 = ee The Scores :— 1 3 : jand a year, will be Goddard’s| van wood okay for rackets , oon : gone, of me a ie
‘cod. E. naon bowling with | mr. EA. V. WILLIAMS’ Xi—tst Innings| to t lead isa trump 3 | counterpart. , E in Amara quickly! \}) SpUuN, RAYON in P
Mullins began hls over to Taylor |" S50 Sot Now Wood vaio lie a Met | iievaligiote No Federation ee eee ae icn en nie, Ges, aass.a Sal
‘ay got = pony oo » |X. Lucas © Goddard b Atkinsor on gic ys WK, West | “And secondly, there is no - It builds up ‘the body-cells | SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $120
‘the leg in hir ll and {c w.k. Wood b M | $e South enters | South A ; : % bringing a return of youthful ;
. - c ae arith : ut merican tennis feder ; | Nei
, seemed tobe getting well over wot out 12a | 8 with @A, crosses to | - sontt vigour. Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof
the Hew ball v ob R. Marshall 23 | & dummy with @Q and cashes$ | a le ' ennis ation, no overall organization.
. Gc s not out + } : @®K and @Q, on which he : } Each country has its own associ- It creates a fund of nervous ri 0
In his second over Mullins sen! i $ discards his two Clubs #8 § | ition, but no tie-in . . . I would - energy and re-vitalizes the ak ADWAY DRESS sill
. sit ' Tot a — 4 $ is now ruffed by South, who § like ch ” ivities of the e * \
down a maiden. In Atkinson's Total (for 5 wkts 2a | § leads his last tri et Start F b 6 ike to change all that. activities of the.entice system.
second over Carew attempting to wii bs calcian) tek 3 ee ¥0 ; toads tasles Sree. Waste : | Ss e ° . Pancho already is making plans | When run-down, lacking in | =S=sssssee
pusti one through the slips was | 1 or tes ae. ee Heart trick only is & THE C : ae to take three U.S. stars down to) 9 energy or suffering from | -—— 0 I Saar
caught by Gerald Wood behind \ | 3 conceded 5 E Committee of Management| South America this summer for a suankhens, there is-no | "
} the stumps. BOWLING ANALYSIS | leneeesstacsesnserecsasessensnasnaneense” of the B.T.T.A. has decided to| “goodwill” tour. In addition to| better tonic than \|
5 eal op ee London 89” * Bervice. start Table Tennis on Tuesday,) %!ving exhibitions, they will con- | i |
The score was
; f et. ae Se ae February 6 juct free tennis clinics f | oo |
or the loss of one wicket. N. | C Mullins i9 5 52 om ' doe BS Chane 295 prom~
: one wicket. ON. |e Atkinson a ae ising youngsters in all the major _ "1
Lucas joined Taylor. Mullins at | 5° Lice ae This year’s Inter-Club games | citie . Pe unriva 2
. itt ie a ; ) J » s - es ici Ss. e |
oe ee eo en i H King : s : " ¢ The Weather will be teams of three playeis “They don’t have enough com- 1v’S AN {|
a ones to rise awkwardly v neetl R Mesgail y 2 28 1 each playing nine singles. aan or the snapee to see really | j
was frequently beate i in- oe" ; TO-DAY rg a fa at tee ennis .. . ey are good, ae 1
a areca omen by Atkin | eo cS $F 48H aan 88 om pape uate sod, Been a, hat ey i G R
i from comfortable while facing pee ~ Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m. Y.M.C.A., on Gotuniey mornings ite inthe St = | | t
hern ; : eee Pte . se in s,"? | i}
‘Caught by Goddard Rifle Shooting | Then sg Quarter) Jan- || Since the Trinidad and British) He niahed Enricuie Moere, of PRODUCT | |
aan ug y ar | \ Lighting: 6.30 fone visits, many clubs have] Argentina, as the test in South ce ee a
nson however, had him : 6.30 p.m. affiliated, but there is still more!| America at the moment, followed
caught by John Goddard who High Water; 5.46 am to be done : ; yp Sew wees Manufactured and Guaranteed by
at fe Oe Se S ou Shoot ia m., ae Alsic Byasll, sise at ian at Nab atie bi, Londen *
Walcott replaced N. S. Lucas ana po YESTERDAY Clubs who desire to be affiliated | Brazil, BAO Wiewe,, Of | Oalnabic rom all Chemisty, Stores, ete. in B.A I. are here again
took his first knock from Johnny Rainfall (Codrington) .36 ins. are asked to submit names of ees got an early tennis start ten ea teaver taslan Pe
Lucas. Walcott took a single off " Total for month to yesterday: players along with the affiliation | His father, Domingo ‘Segura, - - Ideal for travei-
lam in his first ball. O- 2.54 in fee of $2.00 to the Honorary Sec-| ag +) a, Mer | ——_-_—__——
Nee ee anh cunt” Walcott | morrow on s. etary, af flan Ge Weene ae j ager of the Guayaquil Tennis Club, | | 1]
was out trying to | Titel) ete Temperature (Max.) 82.5 °F. Costa’ & Co. Ltd snesees S| DUE the fret racket in his hands | | ling by road, rail
. ™s 0 é | . Barbados Rifle Association empera ° ee . a e age of six. |
a +) ing o hook one after | THE B } i Rifl A T p ture (Min.) 68.0 F S e 0 on or be fore t th f si j 5 » ra
ducking from one which rose | will hold its first S Ss} Wind D : . Wednesday, January 25. In i939, at the > of 17 |
dangerously near to his chest. He 19 50 pol aaa T os 7 (3 oes 5999999093 eal oe 7 a stm ad | oe ” wits
; : 1% , commenc t -m.) N.E, 690090 ‘ y y . sea, P
— one a i i Wi oe 1 p.m. Competitors will, fire 10 wind’ Velocity ie sikob per a el 7 ¥ FOL K WINDS |
xt man in after Walcott faced| pounds to c at 800 yarda ¢ % | | :
Atkinson fro (pi se ot : ount at 300 yards and hour, 2 , : % 1 | } their renowned
— ow aeee bend. | 600 yards. Highest possible score|| Barometer (9.a.m.) 29.996 We offer Termite-proof Board % || ‘
watched every ball carefully pe Be AP eee ie any Hole be (3 p.m.) 29.925. a x | BY THE SEA | lightness makes
an a ; ic > ‘opped point 2 . in
Saulltce kas oe ee oe + } handicap system as usual for Ceilings. Partitions. ete. % |
over to A. M. Taylor. In thet With the tour to Bisley only | —-—--—-—-——+——- --—----—- QI il] them indispens-
fourth ball of that over Williams| jcc months off, great interest and) 4 , “ ASBESTOS WOOD + | | e
took a four with e« beautiful on keen shooting can be expected Sorry | can’t see you! x | able for Air
“ drive in onepntigyeairpange aeet iecaonginemnitiatll : , 3/16” thick, 4’ x 8 sheets || RESIDENCE |
wd Skipper Goddard brought i ; | hi all 1} Travel
: H. Ae King for J. H Lucas to | BB {3 C R di Don’t et t 1S § UNITEX WALLBOARD x | OF {
yeeee who took four runs in + oe a o i % % DISTINCTION
s second ball. Slow right arm | h 14” thick, 4’ x 8’, 9’ 4 , %
) spinner Kenneth Goddard was | Pro ramime oppen e you . FAY ee |
a | brought on for Mullins and Wil- | 2 % y
PY | i liams took four runs off his first | FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950 ae vel % UNITEX HARDBOARD 7 ¥ | arvnacs
over. When the score was 50,; 7 am. The News: 7.1 ‘ Don’t be sorry— x ” : %
Fenched in 90 minutes, Williams | Ansiysis; 7.15 am. Think on thew | &© safe using Amolin. » % \" thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’, 10’ sheets x | Acaamenbaslon
at waded Atkineon * 22 Williams | Shings 7.90 . m Foom, the Third Pro Prevents perspiration odors iN * | NCLUDIN P .
AY ins se ~ p gramme; 7,50 a.m. Interlude; 8 a.m ; r F |
by Pa ary for poe S 100 ae ae | From the Editorials; h 10 am. Pro. | % Does not harm clothes atti UNITEX TILEBOARD %1I FURNISHED } T1IC@_.~ -----~.-- ----:---9- ;
: el 120 minutes #0) Boor pees a5 a.m. London Ligh! | #¢Opes not ietitate skin Aon oy x 17 -
After lunch Taylor was soon A; alyale ints Beers 12.10 p.m. New © Cream, Green, White, 4’ x 4, 6’ sheets % | .
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{ ‘ rr ie eaneting to move he dab *, _ Listeners Chi SP ag MY aa Oo | in MOU 7 : : | :
. oO e mtinues; 1.15 p a chic . , i ini
oan tae o ans ball i i CREAM LOD Pere a |S LDINGS in Aluminium, Wood & Wallboard % i
’ “ry 2 . @8 | Strings; 2 p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m RE $I :
; da} § sey stumped by Gerald Wood. | Home News from Britain: 2.15 : : DON'T NEGLECT LITTLE BURNS ] g |
PB @ Store was 128 for 4 wickets, | SPet's Review; 2.30 n, Drehe Gien NON & HAYNES (‘0 Tp al
ee oAe Taylor in his stay at the witket,| (rane): 3p me The | Yeas “of Tria THE THING TO USE IS % “9 : % 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
oe iF had struck eight fours, He scored | Service; 4.15 p.m. Nights aivihe cone = 1h -: PHONE 4267 :- a ai
fe 4's 62. 5 p.m Pano Playtime; 5.15 p.m. Pro U N G U i. N TI N t < - % a A
i vit anni Drayton joined Williams Gee Pecckehoees ibe ct. Yor@tcds 5 ee SOBEBSSOOSSSSOGOEO66"
‘ ' ullins although bowling steadily | * ?.™ New Records; 6.45 p.m. Antholos No half-woy measures can . SSS . —
| sea took some rough handling from} Anes.» ee era New do what soothing, antiseptic /. ; \ —$——— ==>
' C. B. Williams as he shuffled! 7.45 p.m. Ds ae ee Endian Diaty NG ‘
I yi yed aervoss the wicket and \ & an ANCE usic; 8 p.m. Radi UNGUENTINE will do to y | we
f and executed | Newsteel; 8.15 p.m BBC Northerr va j 1.1
Me full-blooded drives to the bound- | Qe SO eres ee pers oegche | ‘- iv
: ¢ iome News on ain’ 9.15 p.m * FIG 9.00—
* i” ary. ae | The Debate Cohnua be ¥ a b ~ nian? wereere . 9 0. i rom
; : _ At 150—which was knocked up } it from here; 10 p.m. 19% Festival i te vere 11.001
et | in 145 minutes — Williams was} (4s°p m World Aifaims tl pat ahs rs 11.18
} nearly run out as Drayton was! News. World Affairs; 11 p.m. ‘The | s MGRWICM ber PRODUC!





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PACE TWO THi. BARBADOS ADVOCATE —— Qahib Calling Women's World M R E GittM y B W I A If* •es'crdky aft' tbt final session L*: -r.miiwco trUcl" HavtincI IH fUi Royal. Oth*r -<>Htf who had atterid%  B.WIA >' "Tday were Hon"ble WO. Peter*. Trcasjrer and C"-np* -n St Kitt H'W'ble D R Walwyn. Treasurer. .... ;-:-.n-bl* L •ifue. Assistant St. Luda a: A C. I! Barnee, Treasurer of St re staying at the HoM and H T*toorr.tv*rg Collector General. Jamai-a who was at the Ocean A B Bo i Secre'ar* of TVimlnica % %  %  ferwic* Ifft 1t n'rht bv the %  at !h H • %  an • Barbados' Is Topi map aao Mn r J 1'oUn of * 1 veland, Ohio were among the Miwnftn making a round •np hmm-Hv*. Orleans on the Safaris" which arrived Sales RepresentaChicago. Illinois %  -lay that •i January 7 and expect to return February 3. Speaking of the trip down he thourh t M rough. as their first visit to Barbados and their Impressions of the •heir way bt that Barbados was the best of them all They <• stay here and throughout the dav, a some verv nice COOl . . returning for a holiday. Mr JOHN SILLIER A Keen Golfer H ERE on a short business viul Is Mr. John SaUler, Salestrun of Gordon Grant and Co Ltd. in He arr.ved or. Wsdnsjaday afternoon by B W.I.A and is staying at the Hotel Royal. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert SelUer of TrlniJad, John is a keen has been playing sin e he was about seven years old and in 1948 he won the St. Andrew'' Golf Club Championship In Trinidad. 1. inidad n> •arias just concluded in Tnnidad. batting a out the touhe told Canb that the Barbadian Team was Just too rag centre forward and be had the misfortune' always :o be marked by the Barbadian Peter Paltcson.. who to be everywhere. I couldn't get away from r.;m t all," he said. However John wa* responsible for scoring one of in the final test IIMi: l> \ GKOrr Ol [Ol RMS of! the Mrll.i 1 who after lunrhlng at the .\nmli. I I u I. wsw,.,* itlemoon. relaxed on the dixmc platform in betueen their Itfftga Ch! What u Beautiful Day \ rj ana UM tourois WHO unaod (rum %  %  Use laaics wore i %  white or %  pa stuck at r.kisft angles on tkhM •Dirts and ; I unng the id touch -t i Hotels or Clubs, and followed this up with g N chap at the Baggage Warehou I r enjuita make up to go back on board Afternoon Matinee A. m an gad by the British Council at "Wakefleld". White Park this afternoon at 1J0 o'clock. It is thought that those who live m th country districts and are perhassi only able to come m to t wn onea waek would welcome -n afternoon film show which they could sea before returning borne whan their business for the day was concluded. The films to bt shown have bean selected foT their country interest The first item is a Latest News Film, followed by Turn of the Furrow, a film describing the revolutionising of farming by the use of tractors of all kinds, shapes nd sizes. The title of the third part of the programme is the "Milky Way."" film specially made for United Dsdrtag which describes the un< asmg vigilance and care taken to ensure a clean milk supply in England. The final item is "World Eard-n." a beautiful film in Techme -lojr of the Botanical Gardens at Kew. The show will began promptly at 3.30 o'clock, and lasts an hour and a half. Admission u free and no tickets are required. > <> Dr. Tony Gale E VERYONE will be glad to hear that they will soon have a new doctor in their midst. He is Dr. D. A. Tony Gale. MB Ch.B.. M R C S., L.R.CP. Tony left Harrison* College in 1942 and went to McGill University. Canada, where he studied medicine until 1M4. when he got a scholarship to Birmingham University. At Birmingham he took part in many University activities, and was chosen for the tennis and hockey teamsDuring his vacations he visited Ireland and Sweden besides seeing much of England. Tony is one of the happiest men in London this week— le passed his last exam on the 10th of January. • %  *• Power Cut M OST of tnc Cinemas were out of action, due to a power cut from the Electric Company last night. The Olympic's show was brought to an abrupt halt hall way through the matinee programme. When the power was restored most fans were still in their seats. The picture was restarted and tickets were sold for the night show, to other movie goers who were waiting outside. Passed by the Aquatic Club ana Empire Theatres, but they wan all in (.arkness. Did however sec a few cars outside the Club and lanterns were flickerir,^ I %  pier Correction C HILD; for the Arts and Crafts S be submitted from 10 from 10 ajn. lo 1 pm. Adults work is to be handed in from 10 am to 5 p.m. on Friday only, and not including Saturday aa originally announced. < c> Comings and Goings M R Arthur De Lima. Managing Director nf Messrs Y De Lima and Co.. Ltd and his mother Mrs. Rosario De Lima m. for approximately tl They arrived on Wedne*.oon by B.W.I.A. and an wi-.h Mn C. Goddard of the Garrison. Count and Countess Alexandre Orlowski of Vermont, U last night by the -Lad 'or Bermuda where they will remain for about a week with relatives of the Countess before returning home They had spent about two weeks' holiday here and were staying at the Hastings Hotel. H Rowbotham. Director nf Works. Dominica and Mrs. Rowbotham, reAirned home last UM "Lady Rodney" after i holiday here. They were staying at the Hastings Hotel 1 i %  1 New-Shle Servant „Stafford's Carrots of BOW 1A* Meen reacts la ltje-myie Wisaasari Castle servants appear* in aa American Magasfeae paj W Iah ed yaatssstej The Queen, it says, told a friend .-. %  servants come on in shifts and 1 never know who will be o: "The housekeeper came to me .ipps had • the Chancellor should be called at 630 a.m. with a bowl of chopped raw "But there's no sen-art on duty ali night, and the first ones come on at seven. So I told the housekeeper: 'You will tell Lady Cripps that Sir Stafford will be called at seven and that a covered bowl of carrots and a knife will be placed by his bed tonight If I they arent fresh in the morning. we are very sorry —L.E S. (,LOBE I KT!NG TODAY .> & 8J(I and < nntinuj„. GLENN FORD ana IDA LOT -LIST FOR 4.0I.OTO-NIGHT—LOCAL TALENT ON STAGE .'. Artist— Omar Scotl Keaha GRAND JITTERBUG CON. Cash Prizes to be OHered Calling all JITTERBUGGERS for Audition Suj„ from 9 a.m. to I p.m. ^"' ')v/.v.w.'.v,v.v////A'//,v.w/.'A"// w %  -::: %  HMI h which "saiesisaaatance'' will be a offence in all go-ahead countries. The rumour of ii gigontlr mercer kusrndi> srhan Ihil merger is achieved. e\ l soda] shynea* to bearstains on bo^k-rt will be curable by one oother of these astonishing products. € 4 In paMMtng T HE drath the other day of dear friend of mine who was daydreaming girl of the famous ***ig "Uttle Dolly Daydream'' recalled to me something .lames Agate pointed out—the healthiness and happlnees m A thoat songs of Leslie Stuart coml>.tred with the maudlin drooling of today. "The lily of Laguna" was the song of a happy lover (**| knou* she likes me!"), and the COOB in "Little Dolly Daydream asserts vigorously. ''No one Kwlne ter kiss dat gal but me". dat gal but the sub-man for whom being In love Is an occasion for hideous self-pity. Those song, had ear meant to Bfl moaned into | gadget or turned on like gas and water. > linnlvnintt nuio T HIS Is the time to plant • •••-shoots In view of IKiaslble events at the Zoo later In the year. IMPORTANT I JOHN WHITE SHOES WAS there a (tttssta -f Sheba, or Is the story of ner visit to Solomon just a legend 4 Was she voluptuous beauty, as shown n the silent scree n or just an> ordinary woman? To seek the answer to this 3.000-year-old riddle a party of American archaeologists is leaving shortly for Southern Arabia. Leader U 28-year-old Wendell Phillips, who recently discovered ruins in Arabia which he believes to be the lost lar.-lof Sheba. Almost identical stories of the queen's visit to Jerusalem, to test Solomon's wisdom are to be found in the Bible—First Book of Kings --( %  cond Book of Chronicles. Ih 400 word.we are told that her mission was "to prove him I Solomon > with hard questions." From her oity of Ophir aha made an impressive Jerusalem "with a very great kfh camels tr-.' •piers, and very much gold and precious stones." 'Supreme Beauty' Bible account contains no description of the queen %  %  legends In A.D 500 "supremely baaul : house of Abyssinia claims direct descent I om a union of Solomon and the queen. They say ancient records show they had an only son U %  C. Crauford. stayed at the Court of the Imam of Arabia and was shown secret histories of the queen. According to document* the queen "was talL with the grace of a flower and the complexion of an olive KVPS Like Almonds "Her eyes were shaped like almonds, and were dark like shadows and glowed as with Are. "She was very slender. sgkd her voice was tike the sighing of the breezes of the evening." But the Court chronicjer had this to say of his mistress also: -She could rage like a tigress. and she was sometimes called the %  footad devil." For though all accounts speak of the beauty of Balkis. Queen cf Sheba. they also agree on another point, too. She was lame. Some say Solomon, in Ul wisdom, cured the affliction — London ExpretM Service sou noN ov ^ i •imini CKO>M\<:-o. L Pisce at the oppoatt* end. Authoritative announcatnans wiicti might be cited.. si pauit m anothar. H aara, s -. a swell war. pashaps. aa Ma CLFES DOWN shouldn't ba. Pa.-*, of a preacrtetton (or vudom. among other tbaaga i tSree wo:da>. I* always in bloom. TJWT mar as 18 aaroaa.' bucn ^atndnass aoaal %  fgahealthT•T?S^aTtw*lr- — "-.'J: howerar— —tms. thouaQ common, mar I Eiuugh to make concada, Motlooleas llitlliag, • S; 4 SsSaa JBTSt •a aa*. m L '.II.V CRVTT(K{rOTE-Htre how to wolk It: AXYDLBAAXR U LONGFELLOW^ One llt*r simply lmd (or another. In this example A la uaed I tana L'a, X IM the two Ol, etc. Sinfle letter. apoataa length and formatloa ol IheiWorda.aif^aU.hUits, Each daT the code letters are different.* A Cr>pto|ram tluoutla> BPXK 1XKP LS GUMB XK BlTtV^TaTL't lit MRN QHB MBTWU.AK. 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jfjDAY. 1ASVABY tt, MW THE B-.BBADOS ADVOCATE The Truth About The Jungle War \i\ .1 i ooM p onda w t) R lily M.,I1J il( • mh about the Malayan campaign? K be shortened i' on| will it last? What do the ^•p'l'rut about it'.' T nisi returned Iran inyestiuatini; these and other j^ior* ' nswers "1... aIf the ad" OTidlis in London. ', „l iJir troop"? i The jungle school boys an *T.h. 10 OOP British iroops t up to the job. Iliiui.l. lafjst Ai 'Spit And Polish The Coldatreamen and Scots ir also angry gf so much -pn and polish." l-.-ii the hanUits bush after ambush local papers ran o „i cUlr0 ot lbe Scots Guards ,,„ ^„ Me „, KulLl Uimpur. ii i,„i kl d j llk y^ Horse Guards Parade! 1 think thewhole situation can be summed up thus: COLD OUTSIDE *£*_* K>*£C*sr Fro,r y Far. 0-jT TVionojr-Torms lik*V if uiarm saalls are noTevenly di'iTriboIiJ. Bulgaria Gets A New Cabinet often have In K-itecj .h.--' battle and iroop f at pail trai What is the present jag of the length of hr w>> %  I %  a war would liv lengthy of ttiiverj dill 'ill rounUw:> t %  toe campaign's progress indu %  %  M •pinion al minors .ind lm is itui Uilngt % %  •' betb SIT brim nton i. •-. by rjsrr methods and lark nf DM writ il Ihr lop. Ukel< %  rebels' ammunition holds I; ibad condition i i I Hang h uiar is %  fought nt half-cock %  This wei I It annoiiii' t %  pin !h<' ( mglc m. But, in fact, it was by onlv 40 i &UHI> dn i||^ .411(1 trundled u point which %  %  arc vir Bui ,%  inched." UMn ,. :tnour. •m* Arc Keen \ ni | Clever llOOl h,s %  ana Ugi,,,., |)(ll k fo| Tiir 11. W been pauMi ()ll „, ; fcssians Slill alkingOul r SUCCF..SN ,.u'' JUomt Ta •"Unit... •"H.tionali.1 •wT'";' UnUi i/iiDuret 1-ir.fp.-,., 'Gleaner' Attacks Ministrv of Food i 11.in Pace I falae ompartion ol tiw GVeM in : priMliu tlGi. by basing UM 'n;niianson on the puny production of 1938. "That was the very year !ho Royal Commission had to be sent to the B.W.I" the "Glc:mvi tU'•lai.~. The commission made findings on dismal coadUkm In the Caiibbean so shocking thai his Maje.>t>'s Government was ashamed to publish the report until 1945 because of the comfort it would give the King's enemies. Further support for all West Indian protest was cabled to the "Gleaner" yesterday by i Ihe The West Indian" ot Grenada as follows: "Your Press mes*e> was strengthened further i to-day by the editorial caption j "British perfldy". urging the Legislature to re-affirm their support. The newspaper concludes; "Our i support continue—(By CaWe.) The pre-war mentality hns returned to Malaya. \ War Office spokesman asked n1 nil ivpurts of allege'! m 'in the length o' iiaign. said: — "From Ahe very beginning naili* Dnlng was on the basis ot operations, and no attempt to conceal this has ever boon iTiihimilitary. %  "I with we touid tell you ho* long it will laj) The ipokeavntn Hid that ir Mill ; %  '.• %  llitj ara thrown on lh< most junior officers. Uw same in the No-th African campaign," he added. itlle. isolated groups of R.A.C. vehicles or Infantry from the mi. n "In those conditions the lienlitical independence" of Haiti. The complaint referred to a plot broken up on December 19 to assassinate Haitian President Dumarsais Estime, and several other high officials. The Committee has criticised the Dominican Republic for giving its President special war powers in its dispute with Cuba. Dominica took this action after accusing Cuba of preparing a new attempt to invade the Republic. —tRealcr.l Belize Protests Devaluation 0 From Page 1 benefit the Rniish exploiter, they will be eating still worse." Unconfirmed reports say that the merchants* suggestion that government drop rice control and raise the wages of all workers in the colony was i ejected by government on the ground that wage boosts would defeat the purpose of devaluation. The People's Committee leaders are furious over a letter from government informing them that the people's memorial proustiog devaluation of the dollai is beni* urgently considered by the Secretary of Stale. Mr. Creech Jon.-s. Smith said: "I do not want Creech Jones to consider his own blunders. We want the King tad Parliament to consider Creech Jones' blunders." The Committee u conattarinfl Informed Poliee: Arrested For $lm Boston Robbery BOSTON. Jan. 19. Police today raided %  house where they seized l.OOo rounds of ammunition, and pickca up three men for questioning, aflat aft ex-convict's telephone call about the Boston $1,500,000 robbery on Tuesday. The man who tipped off the Police told them that he was the driver of the escaped car used in '.he robbery. They found four boxes of ammunition and a revolver of the type used by the gunner in the holdup. The Police Captain said that the man named all those who look part in the robbery, three other ex-...: New York Police arrested the informant shortly ..fter he had made the telepho-* call from tavern -Renter. Moog Guarded By Police BERLIN. J„r Special Police palroU today gt.aiding the Weet Berfci. Hospital, where Leonhard Moog, prominent Liberal Democrat, who I yesU.ida> resigned his paw Finance Minister of the Ea-r man province of Thunngia. walying. Herr Moog had requested Police protection, fearing that he • might be kidnapped, a Polio spokesman said. The former Fm.incv Minister entered the hospi; tal on Saturday, after a motot accident From his sick bed, lv %  Ubmttted his resignation % %  day, and received in ratUj Ultei CrOOl tht I'lcnuii i f %  ingia, Werner Eggerath. nfUfai to accept the lesignatwn calling on him to return to hi—Reul'-i LJ.K., French. L.S. Citizens Interned 0 r'rom I'aae 1 ll lln'.ish or Americans" thei < 10 yvan laboui lor i a Japanese doator, an tti lib. The MX %  rain ilao aUtgtdb Mtv b) i German itunate of SMbaenhauaM who arn.. Action Group's Berlin i > day. Tin Oroun wag gbU b of their names, but was unwilling to publish them for ti pnsals against the inc A Brttuh pok< lm .iction VKNUd I"' taken by the British authorities until M tru available > een collect* %  .i and tudied Reuier's cnrreapondatV to hear the accounts himself. Al four persons spoken to v. i making gtateroanti ind tion their the camps. —Reulrr. -/N 1950 SOFIA. Jan. 19. The Bulgarian Parliament lada] elected a new Cabinet proposed by Prune Minister V. -il Kolarov they are as follows VIcePr i aH iaH: Velko Cher.e.!kov. a member of the Polilburc Vladimir Poptomov. I Member who is also Foic -n Minister. Rayko Damiai.. bureau member and Speaker In Parliament, and •! rnm i Mi abler* imciu.i. R ; v C'hrutozov; EduCBl I Fiiuiuc Kmi Laaai %  Bad! Naidenov. IXi. General Georgi Damaianov. ber of the Politbureau; I'ne Trade; Pelo Pelovski. fonnei baasador to Belgrade, port In Trade; Dimiter Qanev; Agriculture; Titko ctm Icmber: Forest: %  Popov; Construction Bl iioi Ivanov; Communal I PMa K.imcnov; Trans|> : Polnbiire.ui Men I PosU and Telegr;n I Cbava; btdugtry anil Ifli i I'.llIiHH, ..,! R %  Health: Pmtm Kolan r, : i Tcrpevphev. Politburem, nwoa %  iba % %  one la non-part] %  %  it Rarlo 1 1 OB of Si ll Control tnd Comn Ait and CurtUM. They will all have the rank of Minister—Reater. Because You Love Things Nice Just Opened .. The Finest in Underthings by the Famous VAN RAALTE BRASSIERES PANTIES SUPS & NIGHTIES AT THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET. 10VES (iiticura ^*TALCUM ** V United States) and the British and tablin K direct to 'he King requestFrench Ambassadors asked Mrt ,n ? l f PO"onal and urgent ..„Gromyko what %  aauraoen eoulc 1 be given that the Vienna negotiations would be completed, thUI pormlttlng the Deputies to conAustrian Treaty on thbasis of the agreement U June 20. 1M9. —( Pakistan Would Clwose Russia Before India KARACHI. Jan. 10. ir Firoz Chan Moon, former High Commissioner of un divided India in London, loday warned Ihe Western Powei> thai ii .1 i .mi over Kashmir, it would "engulf the whoit subcontinent in an ideology, which would not be favourable solldale the CommonwealUi. Ho hail noticed a chango ul atlilude among the Amtntar People and Government. He hoooc „ that they would quickly take ,>un-ble attitude 0% t Dining n stormy debate or ii the Pakistan Parliament, he i pooplo ui Pakistan would much ratbat '> %  i Sovier afti 4 %  In the debate, ovanil members %  United Sta nsponsiblc %  or the pti iiK-k over %  Su Lflroi Chan \li-m said, "i( Pakistan is looking to the I'liitui Nations for .1 solution ol i regret i king in vain." He Security Council was "a plaything' In the hands of the United states and Bnt.iiii. Beth had favoured India over Kashmir, ibe United Btl i nmmunisni, and Bi Italn i" 'ed to con. PAKISTAN GETS £400 LONDON. Jan. If. Dr. A. E. Moitiii.* \ . i to the Pakistan (; nnuatKA, said here today that the British Aoademj had voted £400 to the Pakistan Government for further cxeavation nt Mohenio-Daro. • i said 'hat the sum had ad from the bequest left by the sideration ot the memorial. In the middle of the afternoon. Smith and Secretary George Price travelled to the Western Guateinala border town of Cayo and the village of Benqueviejo'to lead in anti-devaluation demonstration to-nighl. A demonstration o( people from ill five districts to Beluv is planned In naad The government release al 3.00 P in. stated that the gift-report is peardei) %  duUnctlon or some confusion with the -!50.000-riollar grant to subsidize iood after devaluation. An emergency cable has been seni to the Secretary to clarify the n-poit.—(Ry Cafir.) WomanFigiiUSnakt' Audience Didrit Know LONDON. Jan 19. While a Czech snake dameMadame Kochas. struggled for her life with a three-yard long booon a London theatre stage las.' uighi. .1 2.W0 ti.>t >k > audience < lapped loudly, thinking it was all part of the act. The snake, "Reil", locked its tail round Madamo Kochas waist and began to lighten ilself round hei m>ck. When she slumped streaming to the floor, her husband and the singe director rushed to hei Hid, Between them they loosened ,li,. U, the Academy by the late Ml ~;r !" !" m \ !" >' '"*"i"l ON u. famous for his arch-! !" no'a as the curi. aeological work in the lndo• %  Pakistan sub-continent !" —Beutrr. "" m was on the stage again In nutes.—T iNo Basio Changes in Spanish Ki'gim*' MADRID. Jan 19 An authoritative ottdal itold "Reuter" 10-mghi published abroad, alleging that basic changea are pending in ;K Spanish regime, ran lie categorically denied." This denial referred to reports published abroad that the 12 members of Spain's Council ol tl Keaim. which last and afterwards paid a visit to General Franco at the Pali.ce of Ei Panic, him Italy to lead to beak the present Spanish regime. — (Reuter. I'llAT hopeku icdint thai >ou'r too eesk, .inipi> aasasa tn..i u >c been 'Jinn K*. ninth oil Ol >uf i>od' iishorioi two 1 %  lagtbse lm Mbj). 'cm Tissue, strengthened To pui yeu ^htii "" "ecil 'SunaioaM pliosphorut .uid pfON> %  u thai ihc> *i< >iuickl> si I %  mid nulil) lie* larOUgh Nouf "hole bod\ %  % %  gautea mur.* ol Sjoaiotcn' ioUy. 1 ami 'Iruggitll mh ,.( m rrstofes health, ygggg and >if*!h) TV ".W \*r-to vi n\ 1 rortu I nun vmrfit lif*ilftnmU Acheson Advocates rt A Free Choice" WASHINGTON. Jan. 19. Dean Acheson. United State. Secretary of State, announced today that the United Stales wai ready to vote for a resolution In the United Nations leaving eacn government %  free choice in resuming full diplomatic rauUloii with Franco-Spain—(Reuter.) To Be Recalled SOFIA. Jan. 19. The Itulgarian Government hai asked the Yugoslav Government for the immediate recall of their Ambassador. First Secretary of the Embassy and Consul gfl tofte. the Bulgarian News Agency announced hentonight. LK>llllt! TO-DAY ?.!• i 8.M n* Coiillnulni 141 8.3 20TH CENTURY-FOX "KVF.RY (ilKL SHOULD BE MAIMED" . Starring . Carj CRANT t, Franchot TONE with Dianna LYMM IIIIAKI: He Wont Say "YES" She Won t Take NO Til' K y ..Ii .unit, s of bwhclor baby doclor uho mala U su> ilnilr I What raa hr d7 Ha luca aller him ..ill. l:v>Tylhln >hr'< iol . and l.lnlhf r. .hr's Kv^rMhing. K X f R A I "MAN I CURED* with LEON -ANNE GRAIN HEL WATE"*: ... OARRV1 • .Now Showing (by Public llrniiind) al . KOV/M. THBATRB — Mai. & Niighl Shims Daily i\IMY LTD. p oKDeaics Bic 'dR.|Mirt t. hwn 'I" 1 %  aaW MM MARINE HOTEL | Our Kitchen is now open to 2 am. DELICIOUS FOOD | Special Menu for light evening Suppers a Also A La CARTE DISHES, STEAKS. CHOPS and CHICKEN So alter a lair Cocktail Party com* and try — %  aaaaaaawMl Pi — Good Service. Telephone 3S13 •--.-.-,-.-,--v MAY ALL HAPPINESS Be youra during ihe ('hristmaa Season, and may the Year 1*50 be one marked indelibly in your memory ai a year ol Success, Expansion and AchieVemfnl LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. Continue c'uring the Coming Year to give us your Orders for all manner of Foundry work; all kinds of Factory Supplies, or for M| Item of Hardware you may require. And now may we extend to you the Season's Greatlogs with all our customary sincerity — 7L Prosperous SNew tyear THE BARBADOS FOP.XBHV Li*. Whita Pars noad — St Mlchaal COINTINUES UPHOLI> THE TRADITIONS OF FINE TAILORING To-day. as over before FOGARTY'S is in Ihe lead with up-to-the-minule Styling for Men's B High quality Workmanship and attention to details carried to ORDKK YOLK NKXT SI IT R (i w We have the Fines! lalirtlna <.i MtSafi in sioik mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IMS POtaNSNT LOVI STOUt OT A OIIMWHO "no ros MSnttU • ETHEL BARRYMORE W'LLI M LL D N %  UK ...... .> LL.A KA^.,



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CLASSIFIED ADS. 1MWHIIMH FOR RF.XT a* la* J **. u „. u~l L „ %  *• %  • II*-' B SoTirra SSjiTocA-n. ,u "J MEMORIAM HOUSEAl Worthln. Goll dull Rd ::i Church Fully Four Bedroom-, toon Verandah ..nd ui Modem MM -fl 15 1 So—Sn *e Maxwell Chrlal Furnished containing Drawinj and Dining looking lb* see i**nianci. Dial F1-AT9 fully rr.-.v.r n<| iinei I)i*l B3S4 furnished with Refrlgat Indramer. Worthing, 13 I SO—t fn I iSZlSt^;,... 0 "? 1 **! Servant Room. S^perto bathing beech. February March ,w N r mbw: December; N M -wnth Phone 4478. B I JO_, f n idft*. i tjpfl I 1 %  EfuJL ui J-tnuarr %  **• %  t: % % % % %  %  HAT-AI HlM) •M HI II \OTM>> TAKE NOTICE ^11 l-KUIH" Th*l Roberts ldanutattuxiiw; Co £2^<< 'onntrtio22, T-* 1 -n*rm-' .nd will t> month from ihe i| th a., ,* j. nuar mwmtim* jive nolle, m d-.iDl.cate to , irniton ih* irad* mark can be aeai on -petflcaUon al my dH< T Dated this lTlh d o( j„. O %  C W1IXIAMS Registrar erf Trade Mark. Ag It 1 SO—3. Kenslngton Ke-t L wwwo.J our *• ^^ %  • • — ft > %  i %  tkv r day i TRiCAL %  ^ m WBl ap*ru<< 'A %  kVl oi". Dial . %  JURE MHCAL oi hasrenca, A.U %  BUra lilaler..' H-ro". TP%  JEw .9a.,. JO it SAI.fc PHOTIVE n H P Auaun. uoid IB— u %  ;' llHlia.ni Colt a. Co. l.-.ci mmm Coat HO* V-l Motor Truck %  MHiri ordu snd co>nl ores. iMrttM. SI Philip. E II. Uood> ram IU H a M cwiuliluui Dial 18 1 30—4r wmoAiow xu>r i„„, ,„ -*TBWtn and dlnkif room,, panln — DUI MM. .men. !3125 W *E *" p '" 1 ~" 1 %  "> "^ %  r^?„*To„ s srr„ ,ra Drt month. Phon. T8 IIOUSBt—ruily fumiirid at Woodaldt Pf 1 *"* _,f %  Mld-FAruao to June HOUSE*—UnlumUhd Biaruralow -i MutwMlt. almoat new with 3 btdkmiM. accn to m PiimUMd ahinok)-. m •r al *. Lawrenc*. 3 fadrrootiv UflflV..:.hMl and (umuhrd houaw at UltiK*nl '1*3 bMnunn rumi-h.^i !loua# "Boaa Hill". St Pw^r h M %  ooma DIXON a, BUADON. Real tSSm Afffnu. Planutiona BulldlnC-V I*h ,r **"> %  m : M IMIIIJI V\1KS •I'LTION VNRESERVED AUCTION SALE HOUSE — Konday S3rd. al I p.m. %  'New Urlcjini Kntin8ton Land. Board it Shirujla houaa % | x I Kllchon. cloaet and Mtiivc pai.na> Tn-i." i-imnad. oi Covemmant Hill St Mktmt' Barbado.. B W I. haa applied lor th irjuirali.m ot a trad* m.n MUon with "Tabla Marfarina" an will be antltled to r*|later th utnafter on* month from the iBn di> o. JMiuary.ltM unleaa aom* parw.n >Jiai m the meantime five notice tn duD.irau n> me al my ofllce of oppuition o[ wcl ieitration. The trade mark can b iren on application -t my ..ftV.Dated thai 17th day i-r J_nuary, 1K0 O C W1UJAMS. Heajtitrar of Trade Mark.. ^AJI l I SO-s. nrffBAW i PREPARATORY DETARTMENT 1 The Examination will be held i Saturday neat. January 31at al t a i ot Combermere School 3. All nndidatea ihould pteaenl IbM •elvea at the Srhool from 8 a %  onwwd. -i-l brtof two aharpetird 3 The Examination about II 30 .i in 4 Suceeeaful candidatea will be nollll by poat Major C. NOOTT. T D q. RHEUMATIC PAINS Here is REAL relief. . For real relief irom rheoiBtlbc paUM it :• emtteoTiaJ to correct Uaetr eaaite. Whn tbev ait due to the KOtTOaaboa of bodily it % % % % %  that your rhich %bomU filter awar these harmful impontietJ are atagrtsh and need a moaacoc to tone them up. D> Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pill* arc specially prepared for this popOta>. They soothe and lone up tl i iorderwl kidneya o cflectieely that these ntal ocgarn speedily return to their normal 1 unction of ri ai nn a: the symtem of unpunuea. Oe Witt's Ptiu hare been J felienng rhenmatic wfferers II n many parts of the world ^ with great suoceas. This one medicine may be just what you need. Go to your will continue un'll j QIC | hM %  %  IB 1 JOin Bat Mono I'MIER THE SILVER HAMMER On Tucsda> 24th by order of trd Hutson we will sell bil Kunnlure at the Pine Lave Stuck Station, — which Includes — Cable (seat 6), Uprlghl Chairs, Ornamem' Tables, verv Rood Lounge Chair-, with CUVM ; Seats, Cocktail Cabin.-; all In Mahogany, Corner Settee. Rugs, Card Tables, Glass and China, Plated Tea Service, Dinner and To,i Bentoae, Singer SewLoe, Electric Hot Plate, Id Iron, Simmons Sin::krW d e teed and Spring with Ounptllo Mattress, Single OaK Bedsteads, Springs and Deep Sleep Beds, Mahogany and Pint? Dressing Tables, Large Painted Pine Press, Deal Tables, Larder, Kitchen Dressers, Kitchen Utensils, 3-Bumer Valor Oil Stove, and other items. Sale at 11.45 o'clock. Terms CASH. BHANKER. TROTMAN ot CO, Aucvloneers. 20.1.50.—2n. 'EAc ESTATE" BTJU; Dinh inwlna ruon. JnaB 'i Setln l .eatat i)i am. II Morrii •Ptif* II Draaalrj T,,bic mth lomr %  i The undcraumed will offer for aale a aaaUltit.-i Ofllce No. 17 Hlih Strret. Rridfe _nnbt>,. ira, on IT day. 20th day of Jnm.i: Isam-c. .. Ml ^t a p.m. The mmuait or DweUmC "" -Mled — I 447* %  PARKVIIUE" and inc u ihereto, containing l,83t aqujre feel -ituale at While Pork opposite The-Bar' %  -iidry. Inapectton any day except Sunday las hours of 4 p m. and 0 p m on application to the tctu>iit Mr I For further partlculare and conditloru ; Bale, Hah N. -CXXTTLE. CATTORD CO. 5.1.SO-ah In Ih? Court of Ckanrrry UAnBADOS. IN PURBUANCE of the Chancirj Act IB0B. I do hereby live notice to .,11 aai ions having or clalmirui *ny estate, nth or interest or any lien or incumbranc. m or affecting the property herelnaftet nieniioned (the property of the l)rfan%  iafj before me an accour tbe^ claims with their witneeaea, documents and vouchers to be examined ^ me on any TUeaday or Friday between the hours ot 13 noon and 3 oilock U the aitemoon at the Reciatration ufBc. Public Bulletin** Bridietown Before th3rd day of March 1B80 in order the Mjeh claims may be reported on ant ranked according to the nature anpriority thereof respectively, oihrrwi*. such persona will be precluded from inbenefits of any decree and deprived -II claims on or antntt the 'aid property HUGH OWEW SAINT CLADt CUMBEHHATrCI^HICE EDRtNCTON and IRIS DOTTIN __ —Defendants ll.OPERTY ALL HIAT certain pier. or parcel of land situate a the Garden in the pantt of saint James and lt.auof Barbados (made up i two pomona containlna one Rood tsrafVO Perctes SB thirteen and one ha. Perrhear the whole ronlaln in* by admeasurement One Hood Twenty live and On.Half Perches or thereabout. and abutting and boundlna on lands of Fred Alley..*on lands of Roslna Thomat on lands of the estate o: G. T. Alleyne deceased, or lande ot the rsuie of %  saahaai BBBSH %  :..,;. sd si lands of the csUle ot Catherine Prsecod deceased, and on the Public Rood or however else the same may abut and bound Toteiher with the messuage v dwelling house thereon and all other buildings ana erection .whether frechoK <>r chattel) on the said parrel of land erected and built standing and being with ail and every the apputenancea. nil! filed 18lh November 1840. tli December 184*. M WHX LAMS. Hegi.trar-ln-Chsmcery. 30 13 48OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills an raanufactored under strictly hygienic conditions and the ingredients cooform to rigid standards of purity. DE WITTS PILLS f*.. w.A~-y And Bladder Frc*'*' ,-B Trinidad Police Get 2-Way Radio atr. Rod Stewart. Regional Supervisor and Engineer of Pye Ltd.. of Cambridge, England, wno has recently returned from a visit to Trinidad accompanied bv his that the Trinidad Police Force has ordered through his Company the very latest form ol T>* Highest Frequence i two way radio systems, at a cost of approximately $40,000 This new system is of the very latesi form known to modcr and will replace the existing High Frequency i H F ) system at present being used by the Force. It operates on wavelengths shorter even than Television, and cannot be tuned in on ordinary household radios. Only a bare minimum of operations are needed in I the use of this equipment. It is 1 in fact as simple as the ordinary household telephone to operate whether from a moving vehicle or a tlxed site Fined for Swearing In CarlUle BUT IN PORT Am Reich lasndsr. Re-> %  %  * Manual*. Yacht stortebeckar. Sett Mary A Lewi., sen HaeeU Scott, Skh i, BCM W Smith. Sen. Marlon Belle W..lfe. Sch legUwald N Wallace. SCh Marea HenrteUa, Swediah Barqueline Ainbeam. \ achBeeaie. Srh Ifatleavour W al V Lady Patrtcta. 9 9 CotHnaso. Ketch Basra De Oro Cap. Nuhoit. frofn MarUnsque. Aaenti a. r Muason, Son Si Co., 10d in r tan u< RMS LADY RODNsTV. 4.807 :.w ret. Capt la saa n e. tor si. Luew. Aajsnu irtrdsnec Austin a, Co. lid M V Athel Ruby. 311 tons net. Capt lAnadale. for THnidad. Agei | Joneo at Co. Ud. Vaoener W. L. Burucia. 38 tn.is > -I. Capt. Joseph, for Dominica. Agents .schooner Owners' Association S S. Alcoa Planter. 5*31 :ons net. Capt. Orsren. for S*. Vinveni horweigan M V STEU^ POLARIS. Da Cbota a, Co, Ud. ...T tons net. Capt. Dahl. from MartinDutch S 9. HawrwSB, 1 238 ton* nc %  g !^^ MT^fi Ro ?? ,1 Thom Ud Capt Nuhoff. for Trtrudad, AgenV S, P n-VNTER. 3.M1 tuns Muaaan. Son Co.. "' Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth Itleedlna Duma. Sore Mouth and l*oooa Teeth mean that Pyoerhea, Trench Mouth or B*xnap. -otne bad disease that win aseaer or • -our t-eth to f* may alao oauao Rbeomn* Heart Troubls Amoaan atoae sraro bleeding the first day. ends sore mouth and iiulckly tlght-ns the •clad guarantee Amoaan roost make IS well and save your teeth %  ack on return of empty pack -re Get Amooanfrom ynurrh'-mA.nosan rrPyorrhe* — TrtnchMo-th RewawJBI ^<-r. •* BEI^lJEtmK. 44 tana not, Capt AU--% aObo COast Station.-Castor, 9 9. Bulklube. Sb Anuntti. • Ul — ^ Ocean. 9.8 Brunswick, S.S Sobteshi terday by His Wor S hip Mr. A. J.H. 5; v u nD s s Mornwdm-e. S,SHughli. per. S 8 Pexinc Shipper. I a Vlnstra, HaiUChcII. K '-' : •' ; *SBL'*f* KM; ^ Thorunn. S 11111 I -.,,.. Tho i\r*t fl D ...— Bi *?$* S'"** 4 s s EksaUoS-9CWUca. SS Alcoa Polaris, SS Havbor. 3S ine tlTSl fine Was 5/in seven | SS. Pjamallon.. 9 9. Akoe Peaasu.. AduU. 9.9 9 Oobaln. S i Chr: Sese, a Maracalbo, S S Dolores. 9 9. .nijCU—> Wmc>. S H 11IT..JI, S S Patuea. 9 S. Bachaquaro. Gerona, 9 9. NldaraTs S Monte Aj.U. 5 b bwUa IVIaris. 9 9 White Clever, s S Deaa H. —^ ,.^_ ua ..a, „,. H i>vvcii i a a i-ygmaiion,. n s AWm Pegasu*. At da>i or in default seven days' M v .. B f B u *. s.a. Pacinc star, 9 s. s i Wharf on January 18 and £1 to be paid In 28 days or in default one month's imprisonment for resisting P.C. 148 Brankcr while in ine execution of his duty Fined 3/tor Overloading Leslie Coward of St. Joseph was lined I/in seven days or seven. From TSS&SS^* days' imprisonment by Hta V ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for overloading the 'bus O—M on December 13 Moore. Mr Mr William Moore. Mr 'La TTJHark OreenhiU and Mr I.O I ll>>ll > I MIIK 1 INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax relurnj are required 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 incorporated ur unincorporated, societies, persons engaged In any trede or profession, and ', owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued | during the past year or not. Forms o[ Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Departi ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY. H50. and the forms duly filled In must be delivered to me on or before the following respective date: 1. Returns cf persona whose books were closed on the 31st day of December, 1B4. on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place o( bushma la not. situate in th.! island on or before tho 30th day of June. 1850. 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January, 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Conunl loner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE: Any ,„,.,.„ f,,i|n, ,„ BMke h( „, urn ullhjB (he dnf date will be liable to fine not exceeding j; loo and not lea. than £2 and will be prosecuted unleas a satlafarlory reason is given. 10.1.50—I9n. Jowl. XnMU. N!rm*la Kirp.Uni. XUltUwe-ICJUaW. C0w IVea. JoM M |>. JiH. >fcH A" !" "*' .. ^_ -.:„. Cirnx. llvrn Wrtoo. r.uli McCtada. ue WU'eed i-ewt.. Mr. Mary pa,u IT. .Muc Rlv, Houn DW Uma. T l > un ip— u* MT. Dwiifl WWwyn. Arthur De idir*. Bmnui. hinta.. >". TLUCIA: bomund SpriiuHr. Barb... JMHM. Wm Kalhryn VUIMT. Miiv.rl,^'^f. t 'T7"*""• '""> %  J >" ronumell. Mr. Barker M>l. Mi. UWVMM. jefwi iioinn. t hatle. Wumn na Sataut Mytoa. Mon. Ueuu) Coou.-l^ni|\ie, %  %  Hoe. Alfred Bayna. Maaler Oe-.lo -rhaubaJda. Mr. Jama. Johiuon and Mr IlirARTI US—B, BBIA.L Q U v Qordon r\ riUNUJAJ* ,-nr JAMAICA. „ M !" "1"" i""*Mr H !" ld '""'•• *" %  "" %  > Blaeam. Mr Baiuan. 5! C I^. U ?. K ^ Mr Monw Oeatil. K, Mr,. Mary UlUa. %  "" Maneua Moor., Bav. t-ttiGceald Blooenbara and Mr Charle. Wall... SHIPPING NOTICES Ohl * 8 cou 5 Vi' Whi can ( co r *V throu it lore -viffi (An coufh. cough, COJJ h. al the lime . M these lube rence' ifh snd wothed rjaaaf ADVERTISE EVENING ADVOCATE I'ubltaiird reery Moo day with an lDCfTaMUBut clreeiaUen every week. The at V. DAEHWOOD will aecept Cargo and Passenger* fat St. Lucia. 91. Vincent. Grrnida ..nd Aruba. Sailing Saturday list January. 18M. Canadian National Steamships University CoUege of the West Indies. roa UjAHtQu s i m I %  Lar, i r. KNIGHTS LTD PVJAMA MfUgk * Reuil. Factory •srraiiiied pipe isos—u.n *&£?•£ tA „^e Be.., !. !" dom ,eru, b fciuba, lo, V, o, .' *' 1' Coi.lacl THE undersigned will offer for Sale al t'M-.r Oltlce No. 17, High Street. Bn.lf. town, on Friday JOUi day of January. I8S0 al 3 p m. Uraf House called "ARNE, '< %  the land thereto, containing 4J30 square tool, situate at Sth Avenue Uellevllla. The Dwelling House comprises Gallety, Utawlna Dining Rooms. 3 Bedrooms, " *i'li Dressing room and running • i-ler in each. Hreakfaal ro.nn, Kllcli •-lelte, Toilet and Bath. Gas Installed; Servant's room anu <...iage in Yard. Inspecllon any dsy except Sunday M hours of 4 p.m. and 6 pm 'n appueatlou on the pramues. Du IU r parUculara and Condition'.l 9ale. apply u> ; COTTLE. CATFORD & Co. II 1 SO—8. FOR SALE OR HEISTFarley Hill. 5t Petor. Old Plantation house with 8IBJ8 ballroom. Dining room librar> fourteen bidrouini etc. Ideal for converting to residential club. For deiaii. Apply to Bradshaw 4V Cornpany 4 1.80.—Lf.n COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern Ihingalow. four bedrooms, two ba'J'i. ->-ler. on the sea. ow.t private '-thing lw-.li. fit acres ot land Vegetablo Garden. 8 mllea from Bridgeto.. Bl Garden. 91. Jamsa Enquiry Ssnd>> fields 91 Peter Phone01-M or .1 the premises Garden. 9t James W 1 W It* THE BANYANS" — With Ihe land thrreto. containing 4 Aires I Roods, SI'. Perches, altuale at Upper Bay 94reet. Sf Michael ideally suitable for de vtlopment as a Building Estate. inspection any day except 9unda>t Utwean the hours ot 19 am and 11 1 a m and 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. on appllrjtKHi t,. Mr Ronnie Oil sens on 'h prrnusrs Dial 3TTI. The above property will be set up hx tale at our Oltlce No. 17 High sine.. laildgasUiwn. on Friday 3rd day cl lebruary 1880. al j pm l'.further partiruUrs and Condition, ' Rale, apply t„ the ur^darsurned COTTLE. CATFORD St CO. f.l.as las mi 9CAFELL,91. PhlUp. close DUtrtri C Police HUtion. New. P-el 1 bedrooms Bungalow i!h loung. dining room, kitchen, waahrooni, front resuporches, servaitts' quarters, gar-tui Uoa with Aluminum loof. All in first class rendition. Codrlngtoa 9chool 1'. miles, Lodge IS tnllea: Crane 1> Bam Lords 4 ml Owner leaving Colony. Opportunity a.quire fine little property at low i .1800 DIXON at BLA1JON. H FsUle Agents, AiKtioneers. Plantatlens • %  none *O40. I 34> K — St. IsUchael. Brighten K, ...i, Blara Rock. Commodious • reamrd prnparty built of stone and tWibeII placed on the hill benefit frees toe ..v be sold wttl mtrntlal building -M Ja ULAIKhN. Baal Katate --,i>. Aiartierseers, PlanUtlena Buildins. Phone 4C40. Sl.l.M-:-! PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE (The Provost Marshal* Act 1804 'IBIM-Si Section ML On Friday the 3rd day of February. I8M al the hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon will be sold at my ofllce to the highest bidder lor any sum not under the apprai>[ All that certain piece of Ijind containing by admeasurement 3 Roods, M • le in Pan-,!* Church buttlnS and boundina on lands now or late of the Estate of J. Mapp (deed', on Und> of Staple Grove Plantation, on land* of G. E. BraSbwalla, and on Ihe Public Road at SUple logelher with the incsauase or Dwelling Houses. Buildings and shop thereon Ac appraised as follows — the whole property appraised to two thousand live hundred and ninety six dollars B1JWI N l-r [.-..1 %  an for and i led, V 11 II IKK-HEFORD. Provost Marshal. Acts. Provost Marshal's Office, 141h January. 18)0 Hjata as. BARBADOS GOVrCRNMENT KXHIBITIONS. THE Goverriment of Barbados has made funds available for prond ^rt llb ti0nS ttmable al U,e university College of the West Indies from October 1950. Candidate, must be persons who are natives of Barbados ch.ldren of natives of Barbados or cfaU'. Arts, Natural Sciences, and Medicine, fees for residence, application forms for other information may be -obtained from '.'ie Resident Tutor for Extra-Mural Studios of the University College of the West Indies. Hythe. Welches, Christ Church, Barbados. Candidates must indicate clearly on the application form that they wish to apply for a University CoUege Exhibition and must state the Faculty of which they wish to become members and 'he subject* which they propose to offer in the examination. Entries must be received by the Itegiatrar of the University College -A the Wrs* i'.>'%  atwssswl lei ; t iiUsaion to sell SpUils. Malt Lsquorv *' at a board and shingle sn. to rMieenre at rssrklee Road. M. Mich.Ml Dated this 18th day of January \W To: E A McLEOD. Eaq Pbllcs Magistrate. Diet. A" E H BRANCH. Applicant N B —This application will be eon*.... end al a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court. Dist A on Mondathe 30th day ol January 1988 at 11 oTk %  Fas Mir %la/a-Cofi.o'. REAL ESTATE PROPERTY House and 1 Grove near twarhse PksirtaUon. 91 Lu. Caw bo lnopssytad any day itlon te Mr. P Keup.t. Paynes Bay. St IS n rnH HVMH. NOP YOL'NG LADY tor our OAbw at Thre Houses Factory. St Philip. For furtht larUcuUra apply W the Msnager 14 1 SO-Or WANTED: Young Lady with k< ia>aaaaaaa>>>aaaaal IAI1Y HODNEY LADY NEtiSJON LADY HODNEY ADY NltJSOftl l-VDY HODNEY I ADY NELSON COUGH LOZENGES it.. II i.s... \n\KRTISI. M nii-li tti'sults C0MMUNI C0NSENSU Coned. 1 agreed there Is nothing IMII I I M I \IIIM IS Siie: t II. by 7>/ 2 ft •nd lOVj ft by t It. Also I IMII I I II l.\ HOLES 6It • All very rea.sonahle in Price. ide laiaNlMM ISSH T. HERBERT Ltd. IncocpunM 1SSS 10 a 11 RsMbuck Str-al •,ara -i wr r i<< -^ c a t *H eDeoess-is-i*sasos*sa*i i ee6Mrtrvoc\ FOR SALE !*• underalajned will off.r For Salat their Office. No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1650, at 2 Dm. The Dwelling House railed "CABLDIEM" and the land thereto containing 10.770 square feet, situate on the Sea COM! of St. Lawrenc. Gap. Christ Church. Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Ilunle. "Braltoii, Maxwells Coast. Dial SS57. For further particulars and condition, ol Sale, apply to :-* COTTLE, L-ATrORD a CO, 11.1.50.—ISn. aoseawio osM t oaessc c i. ley.w.'/.v/A'.v/.v.'.'.-.w.r'



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Frill > ry 20 1950. larwoi luutteate 4 v;. Prirr: VF. CK.\TS Vfir 23. FEB. 18 IS NEW "ULTIMATUM" DAY BRITISH TRADE UNIONS ARE BACKING LABOLR LONDON. Ji*n. 19. •j-.H lull weighl of Briuins mighty Trade i \\„, menl is bring gathered for ;i (ivhting role^n ||M renting General Election in allu.i | ,h,, ur Party, efcoew* almost half the country's &Oml.u()M Tr.-uSr !*iii.,iiM l^i week voted against wage stabilisation— en fcaiure of the Labour Government's ficonomic Pi should be remembered thai Unionise, haw al i the backbone of Labour support. ^ Latest figures show 4 Ihem paying attliat. Labour Party through II Unions, compared with ooli H2y.u25 individual m?mi-ers of the Party. About half the members or the retirm j ; ment were sponsorrv. <->l If'M Mr'( I by the Unions. The case of ;h SptTIlUt^U Minors L. in which the con: ships of thp indu b cal wins*, of the Movement now determine Union support of the Labour Election eaaatU Reject Economic Policy An ovanaaauauif ma|artty of ihe Oil.000 coal miners rejected the Government's Economic Polic\ in | national ballot, i taken this stand, the Miners' Union immediately nominated 26 of :ts members to light as official Labour Part didntes. Whatever the views of the miners, these candidates must UsK.-Austra.ia Wheat Talks Suspended ( Bv SYDNEY CAMPBELL) LONDON. Jan. IB. Grain experts here said today [ M> nefouations for a large Bnt0 purchase of Australian wheat gal been .uspended, md until Mo understood, effennic Bntain the Large quantity at sO.QOO.000 bushels at the maximum Intcmauonal Wheat Agree aent price of 16s. Id. per bushel Australian currency > and Britain rat still counter-offering a lower pnee. It was believed that the nrgouatioos were suspended on the question both of pen a and of the Australian quota. Britain was said to be interested in Australian wheat only within the International Agreement. With other sales brought foraard, made and pending, Australia .ucording to Australian aathonties, has already committed Bast of her "quota for the current yeai Unofficial grain traders regardat all the maximum prices (eacrpi for Canadian wheat) as rather :heoretical, since they Bake allowance only for shipping charges, but not for differences in %  witty Bntain has been buying SDrneJ United States wheat at the maximum price in dollars, while refus8i| to psy that price to Australia in sterling It was pointed out that j Britain ii not a free agent. This %  oderate purchase of United! %  totes' wheat, was the condition : which Washington agreed in For W.L Sugar Delegates accept Labour Partv I il ejected, ariU iw Labour Party House of Commons. The result is that about ".ages policy temporarily forgot ten Union is throwing its support unreservedly into the Labour. Election c.impaiiiii The General | Council of the Trhdes Union Congran meets next week, nnd must consider the narrow majority, by amid wages policy was m National Conference last week. —Renter 23 Pioneers Tour Palestine 18-Year-Old Convicted For Murder Hsrtxtlo. ftflvntnn f in—in.in.Miil %  Eighteen ye %  %  murder of 10 year el I BBume Marshall Aid financing of [ Jarvts following a steel band on Boxing Day has Mr .lustier I) E. .! — IKEll. Jan. IS '..tholicl pilgrims testing condition and Jordan tor thou of pilgrims expected during HuK Year, left here tonight fur Lydct.. whence they will fly on to Rome Earlier tori..y. they returned ;rom the Arab-occupied Old City of Jerusalem to tinIsraeli-occu%  ago, said that M Bethlehem and the Dead See. found co-onei both I Other plaits they toured during their ; eth. Tlberti %  n —Kculcr. UK, French US Citizens Interned In Soviet Camp.: HEKUN. Jan. 1 .. v.i... llntish soldiers, inc idng one Major, a British wo an md several American and l M interned in the S. ict ^..entrauon camp* at Sach -nnausen and Uuchenwald—(oi ier Nan horror camps—-aecordlr. to released internees who arrtvi I m -. Keuter'i correspondent was DM in speak to two persons.**) nod seen and spoken vith British a..d American inter eee. Other former prisoners, wh the camps and them, gave information of her Allied subjects to the West-Berlin "Action Group | Against Inhumanity" which pro— i iesses all returning prisoners and passes its iniormaUon on to the 1 German authorities. The "Action Group" has collected information from different sources on six "British or Amenuldiers stated to be in Saclisenhausen. one of whom was identified b\ two separate acHAVANA. Cuba. Jan. 19 """• definitely a British Mfnited Stales Ambassadors to cou.nr.es ,: Centrall ^ptaS?'ggLTn! rely" !" ,'* America and the Caribbean were meeting here Today lor prisoners, however, .lid not know the second dty iference on Inter-American exaciiv how many were Bni rOlBISTS Icon. Ihe liiMit. .arm "StrlU I'olin. hiniinini in Trafilur s,u,„ w.lh j poller> vendor over U>t parrhur ol A monk.. \ The^e ..rr I., jll, made. Man "" %  "' • 12 UJS. Ambassadors Study The "Caribbean" Situation Relations. to vital Anglo-Canadian Wheat | Conir.i-Reuier Will Go Adrift In The Arctic LONDON. Jan. 19. %  ing nine months in hj %  suit, whu %  Kruler Vote Should Be Taken On New Atom Bonil) -Ob ANGELES Ja The American public should be vote oa whether the new. mon hydrogen Atom Bomb dtveloped. Dr. Arthur : %  nose Scientist a told %  •md how many American A commun,o.ue .ssued bv Ik* gj*P.. —" s "" k %  Kr goslavs. who retuineil United SUtes Embassy here after 2^*Y Ming sessions re-, _ TUJ nm lp m i Battalion" at Sachsenhausen They said that bcPsre rt he sa;d that he to the so-called L ni .A S ^ h,e ^ haU "V^ V l"' 0 , Action Group that they had the disputes of the Dominican H-*. 1 m i v *'"al months in the public with Cuba and Haiti Robert But: Ambassador to Cuba • coming the Ambassadors n betteved by the organisation of American %  putes should be understood fully m time to fore misunaerstandlugs ;ud coy. the communtqiuHe added that such nleui ng should not be dlfhcu (From Our Own I'nrrcspnnrien. i L0K1>0N,J&L. v. ULTIMATUM SUGAit uale by which West Indian delegates must give an answer to the) Food Ministry has been extended from January 21 to February 18. "Gleaner" Vttnrks Ministry Of Food Sugar Decision Is a Brutal fi/ow To Weit Indies Jsa the sugar imp-.*, with Jar. %  \ominx end %  peeled that the Jamaican Government will hack th. turn.refusal to present terms offered bj the ICiniStrs ^: I The crucial deadlock as | ed out bv Kirk wood and empluij sised I "Accrpt" No" is that -h Govfrnmi'i: ill productkn cif the Hntish farmers' staple products the) .tre kmitin.: guatssaaead prices for Weal Indian sugar to only a proportKu of the permitted pn-nuction Il is pointed out that the Wes Indies suiiar exports in 1M0 wist be T0.000 tons yet Ilntain Wfl guarantee to bu\ in l3 ..ri\ M0.0O0 tons. The Food Muusirv announced the granting of this compronus" idle i\inrr.utee lasx .tabling the news o the Wes*. Indian del ega tes this morning. OBBpRM %  I the final da* live days before the [General Election The Food Ministry's reason for meeting the West Indian demand only halfway is that there is an assembly of the International C ounc 11 on Fer ru 11 and may vranl to know I they stand with regard to contracts. N nnce the dekkiaUon had already met ihi I vernment ba I Lha i-'tential tapafWalMI to 900.000 tons. 200.000 less than the real estimated potential. The "Gleaner attacks ihe naklnc i a> On Pate :. The Wesi Indiaa ugar inI*indon feel .hat the extension while iverUng the ihreatened blow up in the next two or three day* "till dot for the West Indian sugar delegates to give, their repK | i* understood that the reply when it does come will and the feeling is that with polling day only five Labour I*ar.v Ministers not be able to spare tank their election ''ampaicn •tutorial po nt: • %  eiarwei ihei n^ Oaaee .i'-d Ue\-elopment Of bomb, he proposed that Di %  i Gallup *ii other*. '. | the bomb %  should Iteep off • %  I npton sain u rkii 1 %  %  %  %  Ufl to Kight : Lt. CeL KLI1M STKW/VRT and Mr. VICTOR W. VOX BAOBM poe for the "Advocale\ CaaN iman. Mr. Von Hatn „ rumpilint A Guide Book of Barl>..clu> THE AMERICANS WANT TO KNOW How To Get To Barbados m want U> come to Barbtdog and | west Indian islands but they do not know ho* PWhatthcj will lind when thev come here, i von Hagen. of Connecticut. U.S.A.. told the Advocate vesjwrday Von Hagen -. %  iecting material for publ a guide book of Barbau. .ulvurtisin*: the island, furnisli it visitors with .L I around and up-. lion of what they will find lr i a house neai Maria Hot. %  Guide Books on 1 ... Curacao and lb. Windward I ,: of the Fred York. Mr Von H f.uggenheini' ship. It 's offered annual!' U luthprs, and It is on th Mr Von Hagen II ^ bal Joint \tion? -COMES WILL ASK "^IIT-OF-SI'AIN. Jan. 19. •WU1.UI, by Albert Gomes seekftt ^P peisons dur.n Ih.' lirisl %  — rt Februaiv .„ rouslder % %  < re.... radonal actin Si J tarw. 1 Uuu Of IJI-K •ST£,H W,rl ol '• l '' 1 "" !" B ""h F,„d Ml — -nanisation x mple to the %  red that though the cm .. full %  .. u da %  %  %  %  of Inter-Ai be taken uu %  end tuin : i interest e> ndU>, Chairman of the National Coal (Board said 'today. Further ne %  • 'iiKtion in IH5U w.u —Reuier. Still Feeling The Mis8iKsi|r|H Fkiods m w YOKK. Jaa iw %  have brought the Mississippi to J %  every available I back the %  srouen rtt %  '.imilles at Redwood Creek arara forced to flee to Ri-uli r KING GUSTAV RESUMES DUTIES ST" l 1<> r Sweden, whose tead,?v improving, will taesame his official duties at toCabinet" C' ..aoira Castle here. DE GASPERI OUTLINES HIS PLANS TO 4 PARTIES HOME. Jan 1M. Designate. %  Gov'. which resigned 10 days ago in an effort expected difficulties in tl %  last night I>e GasI peri tad been !" "' • i. CabiJ net since the war bv the ei this week. Grave dis... new Government's economic proI sudden %  g*M MUarT reW Use raseM 'HI ItOVAl MAIL in Mends.'i I %  IKMI.I resaai .; nine Air n.t at to-days asUng Sign..i Ui Gaspcri _______ would outline A progrsuaune for the new Government and would ask the four Parties whether they n.ulri accept it. The majoritv. Chrislan Democrats. Signer De Gasperl's own .tied as certain to not known what %  la, the Liberals. 1 Republicans.—Reuter. Trial Judge III LONDON, Jan. \a %  nurder case here, was earnto Hospital for an operation • cast will begin igaii udge. Husne is accused of awrai • Setty. Ixmdon i U whose lemaliis, dropped sTOm ut. atreralt, were picked an lonely marshes round the of the Thames. Mr. Justice .Sellers, an High Court Judge, arrived at ihe Court where the trial was into its second day this mon and told the. Jury: 'Mr Ju ueeris has been Uiken and) HI not be able to proceed %  niThei with this case." He then formally discharged Ihe Jury, told them they reewon and the trial avoid gasn. The evidence of the M heard yesterday will be taken again. to be the tallest man on the Hnli.-h High Court neneh Mi Justice Lewis is 9Mr. Justice Lewis last nigh*. attended the grand da> Id a Press nee today thai' the f conunuing repres:.' at the Vatican and .tppoK. siK-eessor to Myron Taylor ware both under study at the State DeI artmeni lesianaiiou was announced last niaht 3d. > bottle delicious and refreshing Snow Cuts "PlioiuIIOI.CKINA. Ian l> tails of snow today blocked many mountain paaaes across the Apennines In northern Italy. Telephone, communi. cations between Bologna and Florence ware cut. when the weight of ike snow bore down Md Unas.—Sswkfr. Bottled Under Authority o/ THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO, LTD. I.Mrn to the Coea Oak News over Radii Dktriholion evrry erenlai Monds> Ihrouch Saturday from 8—8.15 am.



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PACE FJCHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE • rar gc ncHT "Look at'"* luhpr uf confida.nt You* MT.r in The bag,, champ' *JW wusaiaprfcrdo is Ki> away frwri -"* kftarid 1roe briaiii. ahiay lennis tacwu. Pancho boo jusl comi I 10-Oay %  mi'—liro.l tennis tout ot UM+M ana Tf> 'akin* ll •rr.ously as any -Uripou pana .: BoBM D uo o a d in saorl ohirt and JUKIU. ana with a let draped i armchair m th. lobby of Pom awan* Georm* \' Hole If .xi planed has lotoot role Manv Eurxspaa-:* Ban I hrard of Ecuador, or if ">r> M*r they think It la oorn.* Soutr. hUand they ajM l\i deidoo. t •And bvouae 1 am the ar allot and ahcrteat of th* four the. otheri in the tour a I Jack Kr im rr. rrank Parker and Pa M the crov.d la uauall' .1 help* BurbadoVi-aiii tlefeated B \ cnczii''lan. %  cond Polo MJ 1U4 Taaon l ''rod four and Barbados ? Viiiaaiiaa. .... Barbados played u b*4 stroneer (am* waa very [as. throughout. All player, on both ridins hard and pla': The field was n-.uch faster. Marhelinl toadership and play wire relent — Bv Cable I I .1 P..: :• C. B. WILLIAMS HITS 128 N.O IN 2nd TRIAL C B WILLIAMS ol C'ailton treated the crowd I masninccnl atroke playii'K when he • cored „ 12 "P'"," which included 14 fours and or* m a. %  •ddart XI as the second trial match in preparatiun l..r tinBarb*** British Guiana Intercolonial Tournament in FIMisMJ, started yeaterday at Kensington Oval. reluctant to leave his After IBM Drayloii waa very undecided and was bowled by Roy Marshall while in the effort to hit verbs joined Williams and at the end of the day's play the> Mr E A V. Williams XI oattin, the whole day haa scored 252 runs for the loaa of five wickets in their first Innings John Goddard won ihe loss and sent in Mr Williams' XI to bat Carew Mid Taylor oprnsjd the innings for Mr Williams XI Carew took the first ball from Mullins and played It to John Coddard fieldlnj at short let The second ball he watched carefully through to wicket-ke. per Wood t Atkinson bowling v. ith Muslins began his over to Ta-. kat Taylor got him away nicely to Die leg in taw third ball and seamed to be ,•• 0 toe new ball were undefeated with Williams 128 (giving two chances. one when Johnny Lucas failed to take a return from hlml and STANDARD BRiDGt By M. Harrison-Cray Dealer Nona. k 10 i ii i; ( in: (4 2 11 a i W. < s > I'll Kill • : J ^hoWMLead England v.Vr 1? 9 Q : • Kits The match continues on Saturday Mr t A V WfU.lAM* SU G. Oww- c w Wood b AUiMWi 1 t\. T*>W upd w h Wood l> All-TTVU • Crr^BUlJ b AWiiuori • C Wo.*,.*, t •.( WaaXl t I •-" Drjyio. b II MsVBlWl. u T-eUl for ft BIU In his second over Mulli: down a maid-m In Alkinaon'i ; Mcond over Carp* attempting to ,-.[• „, .-K-HKB— i tor y z tor*t^t one througri th* slips wai j is. • ir its. % lor itn c-ajth* bj Gerald Wood behind :ne rtuopa. Th icore waa then five rum tot th* Um <( one widwt [ Lucai >o*ned Taylor Mullim at t j this auc* started to bo>. nor* venom r**Un a few ahort on** to rise awkward... Lucas 1 was frequently beaten by Atklr.aon and Mullini and was far from romfortable while faring I them Caught b> (Mrddiinl Atkinson however, had him caught by John Goddard who was tleldtn* at stUy mld-on < Walcott replaced N S Lucas ana took hi. first knock froni J Lucas Walcott took a Mnglc on Ijm In kls flrsi ball In Mwas out trying to hook one aft I ti dangerously near U seored DM •." B WiUlan. IH-X! Ul fa<-crt Atkinson fr<>m ihe screen and William* U*.r. M chance* and anjtehi bail MiafuUj Johnn> Lucas caan* In plan of Mullin* and ent down his second over to A M Taylor. In the fuurth ball of that over Williamtook a four with u beautiful mi dnw BOWIJ!G ANALYSIS •V • Two Clubs and So-.iUi lu values lor %  pom. < He Mds Two llearti OH loaaeai ..nt -r.d North Bho*. Ihe character j( HI. nand witn Two No Trump* Sot.:., trie* Tfiree OiaaMHid* and Nortn alas Sis Djamoo*"*. *or lw knews %  *v \ s r *> A SMI IM fx-'i ea.i i* a trump • I • J follow, w .' ied to dummy s %  K WeM -siutn enters •> A. ITOIW, to A<. .r,i -\ K a>Q m *hicn ne I n now rurT-il t Suuth. who leads his lan ttM With Ihe UHI I | Ou oft. great Interest and SkipiH-r Qg4osWd broughl OH I H. A Kln| f"i J H UM WUUaim who took four runs in' hi* second ball Blow rtghl spinner Kenneth GoUdard brought nn for Mulhus an0 reaeheti In 9U minutes, Williams ( Aw was 25 TaylM 22 WlUlairii \ l 'Z, uur gUdCfl Atkinson to the leu bound. Thf V a gfl h ei TO-DAT %  aaj Rbvea. ,, i, „ *un SeU: i.it p.m. Moon i First Quarter* Janliary ti. Uikilns. 6.30 am llllh Water: 5 46 a.m.. 5.12 pjn. YEMTERDAV i; u.i.ii (, Mini. L i. HI, .36 |n. I'uUI for iiiimlh l n-^lrriU. ?.J I las. Temperature (Max.) Hi 5 *l" Tisagniialkll (Mln.) M • f Wind llirrt limi 't a m p i || p.m.) NX by E. Wind Velocity 19 noli per hour. Rirometer 111 m i '9.99li (3 pin i 79.B25. It W-ii Trtsc • tme botli m L Tbe isftkal ii-,.-inch*> Pancno. consltteito | came out on top .'* 'he crovaj %  %  net always th. And in Parts he surprised even himself by drubbing Kramer the worla v0 -IUUK *ebt. and then going on the next c\enin*i to down Parker with eoual ease and polish. The crowd loved his bounding, springlike nop. his perpetual smile and unorthodox two-handed stroke. proent plans call for mother .ear <>f professional U-: ttUng downi M to promote the game—in South .America if possible. -Tennis b still a rich man > iher.-. I would like tu .ntroduce it to the general public. tike the monopoly away from the tountrv club set." Pancho said. •There are two big hurdles Find, the game is simply too expensive. Most of the equipment baa imported from England or the United States We've got to .":nd a South American wood okay for racket* No Federation "And secondly, there is no ^-.utJi American tennis federation, no overall organization Each countrv has its own association. but no tie-in . I would like to change all that." Pancho already is making plans to take three US. stars down to South America thin summer for %  %  goodwill" 'our. In addition to living exhibitions, they will conduct free tennis clinic for promising youngsters in all the major "They don't have enough competition, or the chance to see really gcod tennis . They are good, Arrangements are being madejgood players, all right, but they aren't in the same class with •ured the South American mens f he came to the U.S to attend Miami Universi'v hot play bam It paid oil In ••* :he U S. Utdooi Sini i in 1M7. before turning pro. ta* clay courts singles championship He has visited France, and Paris five times, is well as I pluying ID nine %  Europe — Bel E;>pt. Bnglair** Ital He wouln %  if there were no %  typ.cally Yankii-" former Mts V Long Island, and Crot and frienns In S< COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED ON SUNDAY NIGHT From 7 to 10 O'clock LOiVDON. 0' THE announcement thai Goddard will captain the West Indies team against England this j summer has set people wondering wfin his opposite number will be The M.C.C. remain silent for the Ume beinii but there are m-n rumours linking the name of Reg Simpson, the Notts amateur, with the job. Denis Compton has al^r been suggested as a likely candidate. But my informatior. is that the M.C.C. do no) the time ripe to have profcaptains for Test matches. Trevor Bailey, of Essex, may f I job. but my guess is that Freddie i Brown, who led England in the last two Tests against New Zealand last year, will be Goddar i counterpart. Table Tennis Starts Feb. 6 THE Committee of Managame.il I T T.A has decided '' %  tart Table Tennis on Tuesdav February 6. Ttui year's Inter-Club gainei will be teams of three pbytil each playing nine singles. 1 AMARA tfotike down. Akr Waaaa or aa> "tuition, i course ol B r nm Amara quickly rasioras liergy. It builds up the body-calls bringing a return of youthful vigour. It creates i fund of nervous energy and re-vitaln*s the activities of the entire system. When run-down, lacking in energy or suffering from weakness, there is no better tonic Chan Byrtin Amara. IT IS GOOD VALUE.'! injRB. CKEPE DE CHINE in \Millc. GasB. I'tnk and Blur al SI.35 peril gPl'N, BATON In While. Gold. Green 1 Brown aHita^ SPIV LINEN in While. Grey. Held i Rose si I1M W Creaae Reslstlne and Shrunk Prot< HIM'AIIWAY IHIISS SHOP to play lntcr-School games it t YM.CA an Batutthkj morsttngs snue th.Trinidad and Briti>u Guiana vbits, many clubs have amUatod, but th*r* la still moral to be done. those in the State He named Enn Argentina 1 as the lest In South America at the moment. follov-tV closely by Alejc Russell, also of A i nentina, and Armanrlo Viera. of Bi i'il Pancho iut an early M.. tethar, Domingo Segura, ma ^ PRODUCT — %  % %  >%  1 md imuii by I AOni ^"1 1 wburri I i Umloe aaaaaaei | S-I N't lilrsli /I. H •-: 4) BM I hnJ %  . aaM ll.ll.l. Had... Programme foul and 100 wak up In 120 minutes Afiei luiK'h Taylor was soon nut when in .ilteinpln.''. Ii down the wicket to drive n bull deiirerrd fn quickly .lumped bj The acore was 123 t Taylor in his stay HI the uirkri had struck cliht four* He scored 61 w Draqrton rdsnad inuaou Mullins although bowling %  took some rough handlint: frorn C. B. WilUwns a. be i across the wicket and axeculvd full-hiu-nlid dlivi to UM l>oundary At 150—winch wai knocked up in 145 n.mult* William, wai nearly run out as Drayton was |! ivoott IW NcII I* p m 111 im 1 X A nt From lh> Thud PSS I SO a m he Ediloruia. • n. U>ndi Until Dowti 13 ID v "' Na H.1..-. BM ii is v "' u**n i riv*** i i> Debair Cominun. 1 11 i> m Nwniwl. IS um •: airn.ai. 1 |. 111 Tha. Ne*. 1 10 p m 2 IS p in iw; llpm rVwii i>al>.Hi IPUI.. 1 p in The 4 p ni The New.. 4 IS p m D*U> U p ni NUrtila at ir.. > Pai-Kitv 1 SO u in rrwn Ih rremiM. S SS p m ln'nh>di 1 p n. New Brror-t 1 7 |. m The N. .. IS.IL... Mll.ll %  .. Oretmir. 9 p 111 The News, 10 p Horn* Nf*. Iiom Britain S II The I>rt>aU Comuiuei. • *J p m ere. IS p m im .• SO p III hliill. Haaf. •ft S p III World Ktlmn ssaaa. "Sorry I can't *•• you!" ^/Don't let this 21 happen to you Don l be torry — ft* sat'* using Amofin. Pr...—. -*.-—.. i Iff* hen Id-:.l Inr traveiliitpe b> road, rail T^jl Do It Every Time B O MAKE iTEASY FOR THE HAJSFCAJS AND 16 BEAT THE COMPETISH — CHOKE CEREAL ANNOUNCE? A ZiPPE"? BOX COST ? A HuNPPED THOUSANP FlSH — &f SEWTLeMtiN! THfJ It IT.'COST US JIOQOOO IN ttSBARCH BUT iTS IN09*U EVERY PENy.' THE coNsuAieH MEPE-y PULLS i^e STR.\S AHQ ZlPPt! TH£ C: can stand a pressure of 14 cwt on I $43.5 CAVESHEPHERD&COJ 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREi AUSTIN REED OF REGENT STREET A SMALL SHIPMENT Of COLLAR ATTACHED DRESS SrJ COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED SrJ SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED Sffl WOOL SOCKS — NOW AT — C. B. RICE & O OF BOLTON LANE


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- ” friday
January 20

i 1950.

FEB. 18 IS NEW “UL

| BRITISH TRADE UNIONS
ARE BACKING LABOUR

LONDON, Jan. 19.

HE full weight of Britain’s mighty Trade Union Move-|

ment is being gathered for a fighting rele ‘in the forth.
General Election in alliance with the Labour Pariy.

oniy
of the





Thogh-almost half the country’s 8,000,000 Trade Unionists

last week voted against wage stabilisation—an essential

feature of the Labour Government’s Economic Policies, it |
should be remembered that Unionists have always provided

_ the bac backbone ot Labour support,

——% Latest figures show 4,751,030 of
them paying affiliation fees to t
-A stralia | Labour Party through their T:
Uu Unions, . compared with
| 629,025 individual member
Wheat Talks | Party. About half the Laboui
| members of the retiring Parlia-
ment were sponsored as candidate:
‘Sus ended by their Unions. The case of the
Pp | Miners’ Union illustrates = way
|in which the compiex relation-
ships of the industrial sie politi-
(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)| cal wings of the Movement now
c determine Union support of the
ne oe ~~ Election candidates.

Grain experts here sai ay eject Economie Policy
that re ar ccation thaw | An overwhelming majority of
ish purchase 0 aoa. F aries the 611,000 coal miners rejected
had been men e ; Nos van it! the Government’s Economic Policy
not be resume: oe oi eet in a national ballot. but having
tralia, it was un ene was § on ‘| taken this stand, the Miners’ Union
offering Britain the a ee ty| immediately nominated 26 of its
of 60,000,000 ae © maxi-! members ‘to fight as official
= ree 14. = ee Labour Party Parliamentary can-
ment price didate:

(Australian currency ) and Britain Whatever
was still counter-offering a lower miners,

the views of
these candidates

the
must
accept Labour Party Policy and,































ft was believed that the| 2002p! Labour Party Poliey anc, 12 U ah Ambassadors Study
eee, potty Serine an Labour Party discipline in “Th P ] ° ‘
nam Briain’) House of Commons. t The “Caribb * Situati
of the Australian quota. Britain cert ik cae differences Our rales me e€ r ean’ 1uavion
was said to be interested in; about wages policy have been er
Australian wheat only within! temporarily forgotten, and the| JERUSALEM, Jan. 19. | HAVANA, Cuba, Jan. 19.
me ingen seen see Union is throwing its support un-| . sea pl Nomalitioee ss} Twelve United States Ambassadors to countries of Central!
of - y f ions in| , eee ee oe ;
che made and pending, Aus- Metin ‘Communes. The cena Israel and Jordan for thousanas; America and the Caribbean were meeting here today for
tralia, according to Australian} Council of the Trades Union Con-| Of Pilgrims expected during Holy| the second day of a “secret” conference on Inter-American
authorities, has already committed) gress meets next week, and mruet Year, left here tonight for Lydda,! Relations.
most of her “quota for the current} consider the implications of the| whence they will fly on to Rome! — WB tts oe A communique issued by the
Tas ei narrow majority. by which its| /â„¢mediately * United States Embassy here after
nofficial grain traders regard-| wages policy was accepted at a! aT yesterday’s opening sessions re-
ed all the maximum prices (ex-| National Conference inet week. _, warlier today, they retur neal Y ote Should Be ferred indirectly to the so-called
cept for Canadian wheat) as —Reuter. from. the Arab-occupied Old City ‘Caribbean Situation” arising from
‘rather theoretical, since they Siebiaenallbs | of Jerusalem to the Israeli-occu- T k O N the disputes of the Dominican Re-
make allowance only for shipping ied New City i a. en n ew public with Cuba and Haiti
charges, but not for differences in 18- Year-Old ae pilgrims, who arrived ! in| Robert Butler, United States
ty. | + ESCES a | CD ago, said that At B mb © Ambassador to Cuba said in wel-
wpritain has been buying some Convicted For ney had visited Jericho, Bethle- om Oo cor the Ambassadors that he
United States wheat at the maxi-/| hem and te Dead Sea. believed ‘he organism established
mum price in dollars, while refus- | Murder They had found, co-éperation. in LOS ANGELES, Jan. 19 by the organisation of American
ing to pay that price to Australia Israel and Jordan , The American public should be! States for the settlement of dis-
in sterling. It was pointed out that (Barbados Advocate Correspondent Other places they toured dur-| given the chance to vote onj putes should be understood and
Britain is not a free agent. This| ANTIGUA, Jan. 19 ng their pilgrimage were Nazar-| whether the new, more deadly! utilised fully in time to forestall
Moderate purchase of United} Eighteen year old Arsenal Jar-| eth, Tiberias and the, Holy Places| hydrogen Atom Bomb should b={ misunderstandings and conflicts
States’ wheat, was the condition} vis who was charged with the in Jerusalem.—Reuter. | developed, Dr. Arthur H. Comp- | the communique said. }
on which Washington agreed to} murder of 16 year old Sylvia | ton, Atomic Scientist and Nobe He added that such misunder-|
fesume Marshall Aid financing of} Jarvis following a steel band on | Prize winner, told newsmen here } standing should not be difficult t
vital Anglo-Canadian Wheat; Boxing Day has been convicted ~~ us | While he said that he himself/ settle, if the parties sincerely de-
sare . j*by Mr. Justice D. E. Jackson Will Go Adrift | favoured development of the new | sired and were willing to discu
—(By Cable) xt | bomb, he proposed that Dr. Geor ge wr a = and reels)
Gallup..and-others take < on e said tha e organisation
in The Arctic the eat , 2 {could set an example to the
| world
LONDON, Jan. 19 ‘If the result is 50-—50 € Obe rvers ce ered th
British naval volunteers are to} should keep off it,” he se Ifit} though the communique did
pend three to five days at a time) two to.one fox shoulc | mention the “Caribbean S
t drif mm raft o ahead. ‘I, for one, think th speciiicaily, the matter
wate! X test i new ur’ € nould ne ituatior C4 full iscussed at the { i ic
ult “ ti Dr CS n | but nothi vould be said on tt
A aval party sailing at the i Dr. Compton said ai | result of the deliberations
of the month will make tesv's last-| :cientists working on pi Asked yesterday if the situation
ing nine months in both Arctic] before Hiroshima o f oul ‘ iscussed, the Assistant
nd Antarcti waters with the; votes among th elve ry of State, Edwarc ry
sib IS des ‘ keep | they were who presidin aid all n atters |
vivors from wrecks alive at; favour of using it agains : of Inter-American Relations would
ubnormal temperatures.—Reuter, —(Revier, | be taken up
a The Sonferenc
end morrow



























(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) ‘or All
KLIZE, BRITISH HONDURAS, Jan. 19. 5
Al mid-day, the local government claimed that they
not informed officially about the. £2 50 000 sift to tide woe WORE, Jan, 19
3 Le 2 a Se aa . Mr. Nathaniel L. Goldstein,
he colony through difficulties of devaluation. The gift New York State Attorney Gen-
vas announced at mid-day over the local radio from aferal, has asked the Supreme
| Left to Right : Lt. Col, KEITH STEWART and Mr. VICTOR W. London news bulletin. Court of Manhattan for a perma-
VON HAGEN pose for the “Advocate’s” Cameraman. Mr. Von | * The People’s Committee Chair-]nent injunction forbidding the
Hagen is compilin , }man Johnny Smith declared thai}American Bowling Congress from
F ° & a Guide Book of Barbados. 4. Drow ned In } & gift would not do much to help| doing business in the Srate, be-
solve devaluation difficulties, be-}|cause of its discrimination toward
: i cause, according to governmen.}|Negroes and other non-whites.,
| Sydne Floods | figures before devaluatic This was said to be the first
| cost of living index figure wa: ]time a move has been made to
. | 206 points—while Wages were 12( | ban a sports organisavion on these
SYDNEY, Jan. 19 points—and devaluation increas-]grounds in New York State
| : >
le, which lashed Sydney | eq the cost of living 43 per cent | Reuter.
nd its uburbs last night and|/ while wages were stationar
early today, everely damaged Smith asserted “We d
ho! and tore boats from their waint to. be bemeara we att te
How To Get To Barbados |: 3:3, 802,,,,,| tie deiler Snead oSoiteve| Britain’s Coal Mines
Three men were swept from] egonomi independence ” ° >
. es norses ana arownea vnen Printed dodgers declare “Sr Mav Profit £10m.
» Americans want to come to Barbados and other British | crossing a nee ae ie potion and devaluation ruine f laliadadndia’ ie
est Indi Ww set here 4 man, his wie ant ©} the country. People are tattered, 5 mi N, Jan. 1$
* or what oe islands but they do not know — aA t W. children were swepi into the! homeless, jobless and unwilling Britain's coal mines are expect-
v t they will find when. they come here r. Victor sea from the promenade at Cro-| beggars by past and present|ed jo show a profit of £10,000,000
on Hagen, of Connecticut, U.S.A., told the Advocate yes-| nulla. All scrambled back safe-| cojonial economic and political|for the pas’ year if favourable
ys ly except the daughter, aged 6,} slavery. prices can be obtained on the ex-
——_—-—_——- Mr. Von Hagen arrived in Bar-}| who was drowned. “Strachey, the Food Minister,{P0rt market, Lord Hyndley,
Wh bados on Monday from Grenada Owners watched eraft in Syd- asserted that the British people Chairman of the National Coal
at Joint Action? oe expects to remain here for}ney Harbour being pounded to! Wore eating better than before the |/Board said today. Further he
| about a week or more. He i pieces, but were unable to do any-| war, The people in British Hon- | Said that a realistic forecas’ for'
~GOMES WI | iecting-material for publication .f|thing to save them Today the! auras were eating worse, and, to] British production in 1950 was
LL ASK | a guide book of Barbados. This 1 harboyr shores were strewn with from 203 to 240 million tons,
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan, 19. | Said would serve the purpose wreckage.—Reuter. @ on poge 3 —Reuter.
Trinidad Legislature at to-| advertising the island, ar ne
W's meeting will discuss a| Visitors with a historical back- 2s ane »
MSolution by Albert Gomes eset: | ground and vin, wil - Still Feeling The
call a conference of the| tion of what they will find ir;
Indies legislators and other Barbados when ‘ey tisha here. | Mississippi arene |. '
Se aan tn Maa in| sew some. IES PLANS TO 4 PARTIES
- ‘K of February to cousider| Grenada in a house near the Ev sieeiiare ee ides in if
wnat joint regional action should | Maria Hotel and intends to en as Tut Mhiecall,"ahiee. ficods
the _ regarding the future of| nine. months in the We Mperregt have brought the Mississippi to a ROME, Jan. 19. ramme caused a sudden check in
t th Gar industry as a result; during which ume he Ww ea te angerous level. About 8,000 peo- Italian Premier Designate, (eegotiettons
Rites ok down of negotiations | Guide Books on Trinidad, Briti | ole had so far been moved by |Akide De Gasperi, to-day called
Deleat the West Indies Sug ar| Guiana, Jamaica, Curacao an ‘|mule, tractor and every available}a meeting of spokesmen of the It is believed that at to-day’s
& Trinigey of which arrived; the Windward ——_ ; Far-| Vehicle. A dyke holding back the}four Parties represented in the jmeeting Signor De Gasperi
the Br ca taee sday afternoon President of the a _ | swollen river had burst av Booth’s|Gualitlos Gov- aes ee
ish Food Ministry. York, ee at inct vear | Point, Tennessee ernment, which concrete pro -
—(cP)|; Yor r on Hagen ja pat - t Cal ‘ 2 lays 4 1
ei the Guggenheinm Scholar-|. 1m the northwest Californian resigned 10 days YOU MUST read the case | 8â„¢amme for the
won the G ae ‘ed annually tc |lowlands, some communities were|ago in an effort THE ROY IL i new Government
ununist_ Government | ship It ae mee ‘entists. (isolated, Some families at Red-|to overcome un- e eae AL MAIL in | and would ask
en U. N. Deleg ate | acholass, he ‘ates th of this ‘that wood Creek were forced to flee to| expected difficul- Monday's Evening Adve- | the four Parties
Th HONG KONG, 9 20. | z "Vor he he ears Ce tn er ground.—Reuter. ties in the way4 cate. whether they;
€ Chinese ¢ a> Ve Sapee An eed jo f forming j could accept it.
fname ommunist Gov-| West Indies on two biographie aw | Everybody reads the Eve :
fed Nig > esterday notified Uni-! 7 KING GUSTAV gy rags | ning Advocate } yee majority,
bad ations Headquarters that Real Hurricane DUTIES | Up to last ning Advocate Chrisian Demo- |
deieg. "ppointed its own chief | The first is a biography of the RESUMES |night De Gas- | crats, Signor De}
ina ate to the United Nations} tress of Simon Bolivar, Man- STOC KHOLI 19. |peri ad been a! Cc eri's 0 w
- ‘ul ity _Council,. according] Sainz ho live +} Kir vy of Swede I expecied to form his sixth Cabi- } Pai regarded as certain to}
ze Shines C : ae € : mopr net since the war by the end of was not known what
— de this week it ild be adopted by the
id ‘ € i at Grave gree we he | Rightwing Socialists, the eral
i ‘e on page 5 tle here —Reuter ! ne mi - Rey i er











TOURISTS from the luxury yacht “Stella Polaris”
“monkey”.

vendor over the purchase of a

23 Pioneers















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\

These are locally









Belize Protests Devaluation
‘We donot Want tobe Beggars

-SAY PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE















bargaining in Trafalgar Square with a pottery
made.

Stery on Page 5
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There is

videspread interest

On Page 3

Wants Bowls |















uocate
TIMATUM” DAY

For W.I.



nicenieeaiever-cheninatpat ———

UK. French
int e,°

US Citizens
_ Interned

| In Soviet Camps
|

BERLIN, Jan. 1).

Several British soldiers, inc. -
ng one Major, a British wo
and several American and Fr¢
soldiers are interned in the Sc
concentration camps of Sach
jnausen and Buchenwald—for *
| Nazi horror camps—accordin »,
| released internees who arrive. tes
| Berlin to-day. f
| Rewter’s correspondent was able
| to speak to two persons, avho said
jincy had seen and spoken with
British awd American inter.:ees.
Other former prisoners, who ar-
rived in Berlin to-day under the
recently announced Soviet
|scheme to empty the camps and
‘close them, gave information of
|the other Allied subjects to the
West-Berlin “Action Group
| Against Inhumanity” which pro-
| cesses all returning prisoners and
|passes its information on to the
| German authorities.
| The “Action Group” has col-
i lected information from different
; Sources on six “British or Ameri-

can” soldiers stated to be in
Sachsenhausen, one of whom was
\identified by two separate ac-

‘counts as definitely a British Ma-
jor, who was wearing a nearly
complete uniform. The returning
prisoners, however, did not know
exactly how many were British
and how many American
neither could speak the other's
language.

Two Yugoslavs,

as

who returned

from Sachsenhausen, to-day told
the “Action Group” fhat they had
spent several months in the
“Foreigners Battalion” at Sach- |
senhausen. They said that bei!

@ On Page 3 i



}

Plans to introduce a Bill in
authorise Puerto Rico to draf
the present economic 2
announced by Dr.

sioner, before he left here by
”

Torso’ Murder |:



Case To Be |
| Retried

Trial Judge Ill

LONDON, Jan. 19

The Judge, trying Brian Donald |
Hume in the “dismembered body
nurder case here, was carrie
to hospital for an operation toc
and the case will begin again v
a new judge.

Hume is accused of muraer.a
Stanley Setty, London car deaics
whose remains, dropped from at.
aircraft, were picked up on the
lonely marshes round the mouth
of the Thames.

Mr. Justice Sellars, anothe:
High Court Judge, arrived at the
Court where the trial was to g«
into its second day this morning
and told the Jury: “Mr, Justice ,
Lewis has been taken seriously
ill, and will not be able to proceed |
further with this case.”

He then formally discharged the |





Jury, told them they would bx
resworn and the trial would star: |
over again.

The evidence of the 20 witness
heard yesterday will be taken
again.

Reputed to be the tallest man
on the British High Court bench.
Mr. Justice Lewis is 69.

Mr. Justice Lewis last night)
attended the grand day of the|
new Law term at the Inner Tem-|
ple—centre of the British Lega
Community,

He became ill after his return
home, and was taken to hospital
this morning. He had been in con-
siderable pain during the night
—Reuter.

Will Taylor Have ©

A Successor?

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19

President Truman told a Press
Conference today that the ques-
tions of continuing representation
at the Vatican. and appointing a
successor to Myron Taylor weve |
both under si'udy at the State De- |
partment.

Taylor’s vesignation was an-
nounced last night.—Reuter.

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Snow Cuts “Phones

BOLOGNA, Jan. 19.
Heavy falls of snow today
blocked many mountain passes

across the Apennines in North-



ern Italy.

cations between Bologna and}
Florence were cut, when the

weight of the snow bore down
he verhead lines.—Reuter.

Puerto Rico Has

Surplus Sugar |
| 9,600 Tons Unsold |

"atlons
Antonio Fe

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Sugar Delegates

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Jan. 19.
“ULTIMATUM SUGAR’ date by which West
Indian delegates musi give an answer to the
Food Ministry has been extended from January 21
to February 18.

“Gleaner” Attacks
Ministry Of Food |

Sugar Decision |s a Brutal |
Slow To West indies

Ba

The Food Ministry announced
{the granting of this compromise
to the West India-Committee last
night and Mr. J. M. Campbell is
cabling the news vo -the West
Indian delegates this morning.

It is significant that the compro-
|mise by, the Ministry still fixes
\the final dave five days before the
}General Election.

| The Food Ministry's reason for

iCos Acvocate Corresponder









Ki NGSTON’ J’ca. Jan |meeting the West Indian demand

Jamaica's Executive Council | only halfway is that there is an
will discuss the sugar impasse |assembly of the International
with Jamaica’s B.W.I.S.A. dcie-|Sugar Council on February 27,
gate R.L. M Kirkwood ,-}and hey want to knew. before
morrow morning and itis cx-/then just exactly where they
pected that the Jamaican Gov-|stand with regard to contracts.
ernment will back the dele
tion’s refusal to present terms Not Enough Time

offered by the Ministry of Food.

|

The crucial deadlock as point- The West Indian sugar in-
ed out by Kirkwood and empha- | terests in London feel vhat the
sised by the “Gleaner” editorial extension while averting the
“Accept? No!” is that wherea:| threatened blow up in the next
the British Government under-j two or three days still does nov

takes fair prices for full produc- give adequate time for the West

tion of the British farmers’ sta- Indian sugar delegates to give
ple products they are limiting their reply.

guaranteed prices for West In- In any case it is understood that
dian sugar to only a proportion| the reply when it does come will

of the permitted production
It is pointed out that the Wes

require scrutiny at Cabinet level,
and the feeling is that with poll-









Indies sugar exports in 1950 will| ing day only five days off the
be 790,000 tons yet Britain wil} Labour Pari'y Ministers’ would
guarantee to buy in 1953 oniy| not be able to spare time from
640,000 tons their election ampaign ive
The “Gleaner” editorial po'nts; the answer thei. ; ittenti
out that so far from encouragins! —By Cable.
expansion as pretended by th
Ministry of Food this is a bruta
blow in the economy of the West a 2
Indies particularly since the dele-| Millionaire Plans
gation had already met the
British Government halfway by) sory 4
limiting the potential expansion! Big Game Hunt
to 900,000 tons, 200,000 less than| KENYA. Jan. 19
the real estimated potential. ki Memiies ‘dntabdeiok: Seniy
The “Gleaner” attacks the! pr asa sa serra cr Vw
Ministry of Food for making tee Readuel,. has ‘assed: here
fc 1 18-month “hunting expedi-
@ On Page 3 u South Africa. He ha
| sti ft b uying two large
es here for himself and his
He plans to 1





game from Sudan and the Rh
sian border. Experts
) expedition
——Reuter.



Record Prices For
Australian Wool











Australia, Jan. 19
- Australian wool prices. reache
PUERTO RICO, Jan. 19 ew tecork it toace eee tee
the United States Congress to] when 202d. a pound was paid for
t its own constitution, keeping! some Merit , o
with United States, were! We ;
rnos Isern, President Commis-)_ Britain, Ru
plane for Washington. j state POO 5
x jat this year's sal nd tt
He said tnat he would confer} }
vith Agricultural Departmeni| price :
fficials on the sugar surplus o e ~(Reuter.)
9,600 tons, which remains unsolc
for lack of “quota for shipmen:|
to the mainland’ } ‘
since Don’t tell vour friends
It is possible that remedial leg Thev wont pav Tell
islation will be asked from the} + as :
United States Congress to permi the “Advocate It will
the island to sell part of the sur. | pay you.
| plus through the Marshall Plan Tel. 3112
for shipment to Europe ROES PLEO,
—Reuter. |
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Council at “Wakefield”, White F
this afternoon at 3.30
It is thought that those who live
in the country districts and are
perhaps only able to come in to
town once a week would welcome
an” afternoon film show which
they could see before returning
home when their business for the
day was concluded. The films to
be shown have been selected for
their country interest.

The first item is a Latest News
Film, followed by Turn of the
Furrow, a film describing the re-
volutionising of farming by the
use of tractors of all kinds, shapes

Trifiidad yesterday
the final session
Union Commission whict
Hastings House on We
was Staying at the H Ro
Other delegates who had
ed the Confereric nd left
B.W.1A. yesterday were Hon'ble
W.O. Peters, Treasurer and Comp-
troller of Customs, St. Kitts,
Hon'ble D. R. Waiwyn, Treasurer, t
Montcerrat who were staying at [74
the Marine Hotel: Hon’bie Le |
Cools-Larticue. Assistant Admini- |
strator, St. Lucia and Hon’ble | .
A. ©. H. Baynes, Treasurer of St. |








Lucia who were staying at the on4 deed.
Hastincs Hotvl and Mr Simon The title of the third part a the
Ploomberg. Collector General, programme is the “Milky Way.

a film specially made for United
Dairies which describes the un-
ceasing vigilance and care taken
to ensure a clean milk supply in
England.

The final item is “World Ear-
den,” a beautiful film in Techni-
colour of the Botanical Gardens
at Kew. The show will begin
promptly at 3.30 o'clock, and lasts
an hour and a half. Admission is
free and no tickets are required.

>

Jarnaica who was at the Ocean
View Hotel

Hon’ble A. B. Bord.
Financial Secretary of Dominica
whoa had also attended the Con-
ference, left last night by the
“Lary Rodney.” He was staying
at the Hastings Hotel

an

Barbados’ Is Tops
MoM and Mrs F. J. Tolan

Cleveland, Ohio were arnong
the ~passengers making a round
trip frem-New Orleans the
“Stella P@Taris’ which arrived

aaterday i :

Mr. JOHN SELLIER
A Keen Golfer

‘_JERE on a short business visit

is Mr. John Sellier, Salesman
ot Gordon Grant and Co. Ltd,
Port-of-Spain. He arrived on
Wednesday afternoon by B.W.LA.,
and is staying at the Hotel
Royal.

Acting



an

‘
ot

VERYONE will be glad to hear
that they will soon have a new
doctor in their midst. He is Dr.
D. A. Tony Gale, M.B., Ch.B.,








Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sellier of Trinidad, John is a keen
golfer. He has been playing since



>presenta-





hle Print- he was about seven years old and M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Tony left

ing Press Co Illinois. in 1948 he won the St. Andrew’s Harrisof® College in 1942 and
He tol y that Golf Club Championship in went to McGill University, Can-
they left ary Trinidad, ada, where he studied medicine

imtil 1944, when he got a scholar-
ship to Birmingham University.
At Birmingham he took part in



and expect to ret
Speaking of the t He also

the Water Polo series

represented Trinidad in
just con-


















THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

eon er

Women’s World





o'clock. |

3,000-year-old riddle a party of











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;

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|



Most unusual headdress of the erening was worn by Danish-
born Mrs. Clive Castle. Gold palm-leat studded with golden
sequins. She wore it at the S-hools’ Erplorine Society all
with @ black velvet gown. tiwro rows pear!s.

, Loatos frpress Serrice.

Queen Of Sheba Fact Or Fiction?

WAS there a Queen of Sheba,
or is the story of her visit to
Solomon just a legend? Was she

voluptuous beauty, shown
just am

>t
of





ford, stayed at the Court of the
Imam of Arabia and was shown
secret histories of the queen.

According to documents the

as



ordinary
To seek this of an olive.”
Eyes Like Almonds
“Her eyes were shaped like
almonds, and were dark like
shadows and glowed as with fire.
“She was very slender, and

the answer to

ologists is leaving
rn Arabia.

discovered
















}
we are very sorry.”
i

queen “was tall, with the grace|
of a flower and the complexion
;





















oO el —— "> ig
’ : ; ;
- y Té YSSSOSSSSTISOSOS GROOSOCOOSOSS SOOO T PIO Oe
a ; ° OF Fe
. e ° yt

(Or Sir Stafford’s Carrots) :3

GLOBE i

THis Story of how te Queen |»
reacts to 1950-style Windsor|% : ae “
Castle: servants appears in an! STARTING TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 and Continuing
ee ee ee GLENN FORD and IDA LUPINO



© (Queen, it say
visit

“LUST FOR GOLD”
TO-NIGHT—LOCAL TALENT ON STAGE

“aA

Ave Maria”

Guest Artist—Omar Scott singing



GRAND JITTERBUG CONTEST :
Cash Prizes to be Offered }

Calling all JITTERBUGGERS for Auditio
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. . Sunday









<<
ant on duty
all night, and the first ones come
on at seven.

“So I told the housekeeper:
“You will tell Lady Cripps that
Sir Stafford will be called at
seven and that g covered bowl
of catrots and a knife will be
placed by his bed tonight. If|
they aren't fresh in the morning, ;
—L.ES. }

S$ no ser

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SKELETON
* CROSSWORD *

*

A true story
of love,

CLUES ACROSS



















that they | any University activities, and ion ball 1. Material made from coral and
cluded in Trinidad. many Universi ities, a he eves her voice was like the sighing of | pine.
While chatting atout the tour, “"s Some the tennis and of Sheba. the breezes of the evening.” ie X aees: SRR eee F th PICTURES. presents
nd their impress ne he tnd Carib that the Barbadian hockey teams. During his vaca- stories of the But the Court chronicler had | 8 “ partiy and mine]! | ct LL) ~
ee a, gee T Oe ee a . His tions he visited Ireland and r } 5 say of his mistress also: | 12% rong of terrorism. ee
ee ' aa . Peron See na Sweden besides seeing much of |S See ‘Hoe. be Sateen | 12 Residence of m musical \p
visited many on si tic ¢ forward anc t ie ugress, er?
oe na te t that B dos ” oe tn | rtur eee or to England. Tony is one of the hap- » was sometimes called the| 13. sort of hair one gets from ; ke
down i tho 8 hat Nelo ve had the basa en to piest men in London this week— footed devil.” manent wave ? .
was the best of them all hey be marked by the Barbadian hie passed his last exam on the ir vat j have lasting qualities,
had able » and skipper Peter Patterson., who 10th of January. ou * se oo ont ee cunning. . é
throu the day, tt were seemed to t wh I me a of 4 won 2 ueen i paid, half lent — iss ~ahaae ae:
some very nice cool breezes couldn't get away from him .t f a ? Magy i f ae artans onshore. w with y
} that there wa ’ he said wevyer h wae 2n r point, too. She was lame.
fr. Tolan said that there was all,” } said. However John wa Power Cut nme Matiemmens = ee preted — _ 6s Witam e
every possibility of his returning respon: ible scoring § one of OST of the Cinemas were out} ry 5 eres afflictic Z eae ch might be cited. . YOuG- rince B H
here next winter for a holiday. the goals in the linal tes of action, due to a power cut r Ekehine Weeveek Moveten | 23. / . ‘ a |
— = Electric Company last} ; weedy = Not @ swell way, peshaps, to _ Nyse ae
night. The Olympic’s show was | Ta | ‘ : i
pitied te an threes ei 8 SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S | * CLUES DOWN Pay by
mi Mig oe ee boon | precious stone CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2. Stones found in Shropshige. Ted Sherdeman and Richard Engigh
way th h the matine o- ‘S : ; 3. Bit of an }
gramme. When the power was} .,, oupeeme Beauty j shouldn't ations =
restored most fans were still in} ““* “© oe sie ) «Pare of pee thes eadae
their seats. The picture was re- } ares woes
started and tickets were sold for | | § Its e 7



the night show, to other movie
goers who were waiting outside.
Passed by the Aquatic Club and







end of the pier

Correction
Bg wregeaides exnipits

Arts and Cr:

submitted from
p.m. on Friday, and on Saturdz
from 10 a.m. to 1 pm A t
work is to be handed in f
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday on
not including Saturday as origin-
ally announced.



s Society
10 am. to









2 a>
Comings and Goings
R. Arthur De Lima, Managing
Director of Messrs. Y
Lima and Co., Ltd., and his m
Mrs. Rosario De Lima will be
for two weeks

De



HERE IS A GROUP OF TOURISTS off the “Stella Polaris”
who after lunching at the Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon,
relaxed on the diving platform in between their swim

Ch! What a Beautiful Day







m by B.W.1A. and are st Z
with Mrs. C. Goddard of the Gar-
rison

Count




Countess Alexan

and













|
!

Empire Theatres, but they were |

all in Garkness. Did however see | e of
a few cars outside the Club a | A escent
lanterns were flickering from and the

explorer, mn der Cc C











yeiex.



English
Srau-

DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work itt)
AXYDLBAAXREB

is LONGFELLOW_

One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
for the three L's, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos-,
trophies, the length and formation of the, words are all, hints,

Each day the code letters are different.”
A Cryptogram Quotation
BPXK IXKP LS GUMB [XK BLLUPELY

SLA MRN QHB MRTWUWAK, LA JUAN
PLRUKB GUR—EMWBLR)

\sterday's Cryptoquote: BUT BY REMEMBERING GOD, SAY
} WE KEEP OUR HIGH IMPERIAL LOT—WATSON.-













Orlowski of Vermont, U.S.A | (SSS SSS
ESTERDA eu ul ; ne —
Vee ik . last night by the “Lady Rodney” | \} 4 chee . rae a |
i i s, for _ Bermuda where they will re- { AGL ATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) }
nd th ris 0 na i + ease aulits ghee
th tella Pola k fu c main for about a week with rela-| | MATINEES: TO-DAY AND’ TOMORROW, 5 p.m. }
oe : ives of the Countess before re-| jj TONIGHT TO TUESDAY NIGHT. 8.30
a eo U an turning home They had spent | {{ Par A, . —" F aks
re ri¢ i tu about two weeks’ holiday here and|' Paramount presents
f , e ae pe oe cme anes WANDA HENDRIX @ CLAUDE RAINS
straw ha hea and eithe Hotel 2 eo i MACDONALD CAREY
a! ick e > e +0 € ~— > . ae i in “SONG OF SURRENDER’”’
Ww , pi ( orks, minica and Mrs.| \ Dramatic Story with a Thrilling ati Se md
: uiinciines. datas Somme last | ith @ hrilling Musical Backgrounc
: ‘ on their heac antir night by the “Lady Rodney” after | '; {
es fat ea my mind to g spending a holiday here. They) (===
it ship were staying at the Hastings Hotel







BY THE WAY ...by Beachcomber



HOEVER is going to produce that they would boycott every James Agate pointed out—the
Picasso play Desire pro they were com- healthiness and happiness of
Caught By The Ta wil] have io manded to buy, will probably lead those songs of Leslie Stuart com-
eal witt me queer 1ations to some kind of international pared with the maudlin drooling
agreement by which “sales- of today. “The Lily of Laguna”

F € At the end of resistance’ will be a criminal was the song of a happy lover
ef , pan, offence in all go-ahead countries. (“I know she likes me!’’), and the



ompter's coon in “Little Dolly Daydream’

M und more e smoke of The rumour of a gigantic mer- asserts vigorously, “No one’s
{ g fills e theatre till ger of Snibbo with Threadgold’s gwine ter kiss dat gal but me.”,
comy iffocation Thorogrip Garterettes has led a Today everybody's gwine ter kiss

n the t hen spokesman to say that, when this dat gal but the sub-man for whom }

merger is achieved, every single
thing from social shyness to beer-

2 frying be eminds me

i st remit being in love is an oc
r Whe re WwW as What ;

hideous self-pity. Those songs had





h a@-camel ate a gasworks stains on bowlers will be curable an open-air quality, and a certain
igh the f two acts, and by one or other of these astonish- innocence, and were never meant
ice. dtd dead leaves were ing product: to be moaned into a gadget or
wered” over the auditorium «> <> turned on like gas and water.
m the root. In passing © «
ae e HE death the other day of a Gardening nota
i Snibbo merger ; dear friend of mine who was HIS is the time to plant
HE recent defeat of the loud- the little daydreaming girl of the bamboo-shoots in view of}
speake's .by the public in famous ‘song “Little Dolly Day- possible events at the Zoo later
sew York, when people announced | dream” recalled to me something in the year.
or





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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950

The Truth About
The Jungle War

(By a Coxrespondent)

mat is the

ryld it be S
en think
pave just
nestions,

st of the
age
ees deplore

5 of @ ju
9

‘ have some experi-
e before being ;
But there is no |
warfare school,
ast Land

of the jung!

st to fight.
ed jungle
main

] in

*Kid-glove

4

Have they all

SINGAPORE, (By Mail.)

truth about the Malayan campaign?

hortene

about it?
ned from 1

and here are the answers.

retur

t are the ages and
of the troops?

10,000 British troops
8 and upwaras
rational Service men. The }
the

1

searcity 0
to pass

nole training

Far E
Johore.

Methods

Why Malaya
Js Important

‘MALAYA is important to
tain because: :
: a is our biggest

- earner, selling
000,000 worth of goods

and

Canada

* ya is



U.S. in 1948.
the strategic
r Australia,



officers and N.C.O.s are

4

}

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' overplayed at home.

|has died from lack of medical

|high-ups here and in the War

d? How long will it last? What do the

nvestigating these and other

is in Lendon.

The jungle school boys are
crack, ex-Burma men, keen and
clever.

I find the alleged tea shortage
for those in the jungle has been

It caused amusement among
several Tommies I spoke to yes-
terday. They are more concern-
ed with the non-payment of dan-
ser money because the present
operations are considered only
“traifiing.”’

A report of a shortage of sur-
geons is misleading. Several are
available, and no British soldier

care.

5 What is the general
morale and attitude of the
troops?

Te morale of the troops is not
good, because of the long run

without any kind of success
| 4gainst a will-o’-the-wisp enemy.
General feeling is that the



Office are not up to the job.
Guards’ Anger At ‘Spit And!
i Polish’
The Coldstreamers and Scots

Guards are also angry at so much
“spit and polish.”











|



8

‘Gleaner’ Attacks
Ministry of Food

@ From Page |

false comparison of the West In-
dies sugar production by basing
the comparison on the puny pro-
duction of 1938.

“That was the very year the
Royal Commission had to be sent
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| Boston Robbery
BOSTON, Jan. 19.

Police today raided an empty

house where they seized 1,000

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| UK. French;
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@ From Page 1 :
sides the six “British or Ameri-
cans” there were also a French
Colonel, aged 45, condemned to
10 years labour for “espionage”,
a Japanese doctor, an Italian and
several Spaniards.

The six “British or Americans”
were also allegedly seen by a
German inmate of Sachsenhausen
who arrived at the “Action
Group’s Berlin headquarters to-
day.

The Group was able to get some
of their names, but was unwilling
to publish them for fear of re-
prisals against the prisoners.

A British spokesman said ‘hat
no action would be taken by the
British authorities until all the
available details had been collect-
ed and studied.

Reuter’s correspondent was able
to hear the accounts himself. Al
four persons spoken to were nerv-
ous, extremely shy of making
statements for dictation and were
totally unwilling to mention their
|names, their previous homes in
Germany, or the names of their
}friends still in the camps.

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SOFIA, Jan. 19.
_The Bulgarian Parliament to-
day elected a new Cabinet
proposed by Prime Minister Vassil
Kolaroy they are as follows:
Vice-Presidents; Veliko Cher\en-
koy, a member of the Politbureau,
Vladimir Poptomov, Politburecau
Member who is also’ Foreign
Minister, Rayko Damianov, Pclit-
bureau member and former
Speaker in Parliament, and ¢ esi
Traikov.

Ministers: Interior, Rauasiv
Christozov; Education: Kiril
Dramaliev; Finance: Kiril Lazarov;
Justice: Radi Naidenov; Defexce:
General Georgi Damaianov, Mcm-
ber of the Politbureau; Heme
Trade: Pelo Pelovski, former Ain-
bassador to Belgrade; Forcign
Trade: Dimiter Ganev; Agricul-
ture: Titko Chernocoley, Polit-
bureau Member; Forestry: Georgi
Popov; Construction: Blagoi
Ivanov; Communal Economy;
Peter Kamenov; Transport: Georgi
Chankoy, Politbureau Member;
Posts and Telegraphs: Zola Drazo-
Cheva; Industry and Mines; Anton
Yougov, Politbureau Member;
Electrification: Kimon Georgiev:
Health: Peter Kolarov, son of the
Prime Minister; Labour: Dobri
Terpevphev, Politbureau Membor

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members of the Agrarian Pariv
one is non-party and the rema’n
der are Communists. Also eler'ed
were Karlo Lukanov, Presidont
of the State Planning Commissi
Dimo Dichev, Commission of Stat»
Control and Committee of Seienss
Art and Culture. They will all
have the rank of Ministers.

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R Zealand, and the hab avIee ambush after ambush The commission made findings Cuba figures as an_ interested] spout the Boston $1,800, 000 rob-

; East. oats Sects Tpers ran a picture of the | on dismal conditions in the Carib-| Patty. , bery on Tuesday.

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. came. «Of Lumpur, It’ looked jun ten tee bean so shocking that his Ma- to invoke the Ri The man who tipped off the
produ ; npur. Cd just like the | jesty’s Government was ashamed] 1 invoke the Rio Mutual Defence | p,}; Id th at he was
rubber and tin. Horse Guards Parade! ito publish the report until 1945} 2%¢aty, charging the Dominican | Folce told them that he was the
} Britain has _ treaty I think the whole situation can because of the comfort it would| Republic with committing a series Shit italia tacnthe

ions with _ its be summed up thus: — give the King’s enemies of “flagrant acts of intervention | ©" y-

sultans and peoples Further support’ for all West] 2fecting the territorial inviola- aa on ry = Me the

Malaya feeds es Indian protest was cabled to oo ane sovereignty and po- Pay ane fed) elke < pres

the great naval bas | the “Gleaner” yesterday by "The “sae te bs ar holdup. «

Singapore. “ ” a rr oa .

7 ae ao ened — plot broken up on December 19 The Police Captain said that the

falions often have their own sage was strengthened further] {9 *ssassinate Haitian President A all those who took
ed schools near battle to-day by the editorial caption| Oy m@yseis Estime, and several) part in the robbery, including

and troops are sent out on “British perfidy”, urging the other high officials, f three other ex-convicts.

as part training. Legislature to re-affirm their}, 18€ Committee has criticised | New York Police arrested the

What is the present | r ¢ : } support. the Dominican Republic for giving | informant shortly after he had
of the length of the | : UNAM on ge — The newspaper concludes; “Our ie relent Special war powers| made the telephune call from a
gn? PENANG» ,... | = support continues”. in : Ss ah” with Cuba. Domini- | tavern. —Reuter.

§ always been recognised ISLAND f°" —(By Cable.) Ct on oF action after accusing ee

war would be lengthy, : \ uba of preparing a new attempt
geof the very difficult coun- , Aysisicn PAPANS | to invade the Republic. sila M G ; id d
’ . mn — (Re r.
there were several highly tOMPOR NEGRI Protest Austrian Siete emia ) oog uar e
: 5 . sEMe
lic statements last year . i ®

ie capa oie Treaty Delay Belize Protests By Police
Ndicated the end was near. : ;

. . fer an WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. , ,

* — ee _ The United States State Depart- Devaluation Special eee aie, aa }

are being protracted by ment said today that it would ., , @ From Page 1 today guarding the West Berlin |
methods and lack of consider taking 3 appropriate benefit the British exploiter, they | hospital, where Leonhard Moog, |
spirit at the top. action to re-establish Austrian will be eating still worse. prominent Liberal Democrat, who

War is likely to last as long freedom and independence”, as it} | Unconfirmed reports say that) yesterday resigned his post as
febels’ ammunition holds | The pre-war mentality has re- | WaS doubtful whether progress|the merchants’ suggestion that] Finance Minister of the East Ger- |

It is known to be scarce | turned to Malaya. could be made on an Austrian| 8°vernment drop rice control and/ man province of Thuringia, was
bad condition (mostly old] A War Office spokesman asked | Treaty. 7 ay the Wages of all workers in! jying. Herr Moog had requested

ui), with no chance of | to comment on reports of alleged The Department issued a state- e colony was rejected by gov-| Police rotection, fearing that he
; P 8 poo ernment on th B
thing. | official optimism on the length of | ment of the conversation in Mos- alien Beni i" uld oe that| might be kidnapped, a Police
Ig it true the war is | the campaign, said:— cow yesterday on the Austrian = of tone ti efeat the pur-| spokesman said. The former Fin-

j fought at half-cock “From the very beginning mili- | Treaty questions between Andrei The Peo e's ‘Oo itt fnoed ance Minister entered the hospi-
| to shortages? tary planning was on the basis of | Gromyko, Soviet Deputy Foreign ers are free Bin gigs = ~/ tal on Saturday, after a motor

» This week a great air | protracted operations, and no/| Minister and the French, British,} government informing them ee accident. From his sick bed, h«

was announced against the | attempt to conceal this has ever and United States Ambassadors. the people’s memorial santedtins submitted his resignation yester~ |

Stin the, jungles of Negri | been made by any military. The statement said: “The United | devaluation of the dollar is being day, and received in return
in. But, in fact, it was | authority. | States assador i > toe a uae 7 Toke letter from the Premier of Thur-

by only 40 pl: er ‘ _ | States Ambassador in Moscow, to-| urgently considered by the Sec-| -~". a c od

nly planes, includ- I wish we could tell you how gether with the British and French | retary of State, Mr. Creech Jonas, | 8ia, Werner Eggerath, refusit é

Sunderlands loaded up | long it will last. : 1 Ambr*sadors, called on Mr. Smith said: “Tt do not want to accept the resignation, «nd
Beggs and trundied } coe ee said that in | Gromyko to protest the delays|Creech Jones to consider his own | °#!ing on him to weer fe > Ene |
tears are cari aan ier sibility DeaNy- sargen “thy, which have been encountered in| blunders, We want the King and Toner |
dal Be eT ee Le te See Usown om th: negotiations on the Austria|Parliament to consider Creech ere er

a Se lalous point which | most junior officers. Treaty / Jones’ blunders.” .

; traits Times -“no one “Tt was the same in the North | ‘Ambassador Kin (of the The Committee is considering No Basie Chan es
fa can understand. African campaign he_ adcied. Se cabling direct to the Ki , 5

pured cars are vital for | “You got little, isolated grouns of | United States) and the British and j7 7 his ed ant te reas - .

minfested roads. But re-!R.A.C. vehicles or infantry French Ambassadors asked Mr I sideration of the ‘memorial, da In Spanish Regime

casualties in ambushes j platoons miles from the main|Gromyko what assurances coulc| “yy, ‘the middle of the afternoon
mM caused by badly spaced | body be given that the Vienna negotia- Smith and Secretary George Price | MADRID, Jan. 19.

S that get “bunched,” | “In these conditions the lieu- tions | would be completed, thus travelled to the Western Pikes Ao. seihestionre eee

than lack of armour. tenants and_ second lieutenan‘s | permitting the Deputies to con-| maja border town of Cayo and 1% . Rauber —e c j ane
Boys Are Keen And _ | get the limelight—and the guns.” | clude the Austrian Treaty on th’ | the village of Benqueviejo to lead coe ae abroad, a dina i

; Clever (World copyright) j basis of the agreement inyParis o’| an anti-devaluation demonstra- 1B slo hangas are pending in the

le training school has —L.E.S. © June 20, 1949. — (Reuter. | tion to-night. ically denied.” ” ipl
experimenting on see) A demonstration of people from This denial referred to reports

: . ) + otal : :. ports

hp a lighter pack for * eg a Belize is| ublished abroad that the 12

r. € recommenda- P k = Wi ld Cho 1a or ; members of Spain’s Council of the
’ N passed on to a istan ou OSC she sovernmens release at 3.00 Realm, which met on Monday
ll for action, Any delay e j e oadhiae “dune es ne | Ja8t_and afterwards paid a visit

! : : ' : S on Of Some) to General Franco at the Palece

se | Russia Befos v2 India confusion with the 250,000-dollar| of py Pardo, had taken decisions
SSIs ns Still | So LO SRNR food after) likely to lead to basic changes in

1 KARACHI, Jan. 10. An emergency cable has been the present Spanish regime.
y in O Sir Firoz Chan Moon, former High Commissioner of un: sent to the Secretary to clarify aay ae — (Reuter. )
2 ut divided India in London, today warned the Western Powers] the report.—(By Cabie.)

KAKE SUCCESS, Jan. j9. | that if war came over Kashmir, it would “engulf the whole alia Acheson Advocates
eiik, the Chief Soviet subcontinent in an ideology, which would not be fovourable W Fi “ a ”
Aialksd, out of United| to them”. |selidate the Commonweatth. | Woman ightsSnake| “A Free Choice
ee “8 today. During a stormy debate on : 7 ‘ ;

Nate Sony the same as that Kashmir in the Pakistan Parlia- attitude among a agora Audience Didn't Know WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.

Pavoned the recent series! ment, he declared, “the people of | people and one. ‘oe . Dean Acheson, United States

c ae by Soviet deie-| Pakistan would much rather be a| that they would bere 7, a tte LONDON, Jan. 19. | Secretary of State, announced to-
. or Nations bodies! province of Russia than of India,| more reasonable attitude ove While a Czech snake dancer | day that the United States was

Ationalist represen- | despite what the Democracies say.| Kashmir.—Reuter, ie na, Sooke, struggled for her an to vote for a resolution in

i | In the debate, several members re ife with a three-yard long boa-|the United Nations leaving eacii
MAG from which Malik | dec lared that ‘Britain and ihe PAKISTAN GETS £400 | constrictor on a London theatre government a free choice in re-
48 held behind closed United States were responsible } LONDON, Jan. 19. stage las’ night, a 2,000 strong suming full diplomatic relation
ea bermaneni| for the present deadlock over| pr. AE Moxtimer Wheeler, gene Rp reel thinking} with Franco-Spain.—( Reuter.)
> Atomic Energy | Kashmir. +. ot al the| it was all part of the act. “eae pe
=the United State S ir "he said. “if Archaeological Adviser to The snake, “ a :

1] a 1 States, | Sir Firoz Chan Moon said, “i oe said here The snake, ‘Reti”, locked its
stance, Britain, China and} Pakistan is looking to the} ee a aren! tail round Madame Kochas’ To Be Reealled

Soviet detec: | United Nations for a solution of} eee £400 to the Pakistan| Waist and Legan to tighven itself

egate came out| the Kashmir problem, I regret : t for further excava~ round her neck, SOFIA, Jan. 19.
zor the Meeting began.| to say it is looking in vain.” He| ens aie te ene When she slumped screaming to} The Bulgarian Government has

Ps Deeretery «oceans, said that the Security Council he neslar said that the sum had the floor, her husband and the mee: iy Yugoslav Government
b lary to produce was “a plaything” in the hands voted from the bequest left Stage director rushed to her aid.| for the immediate recall of their

, enion he had pre- of the United States and Brit- aT acai by the Inte Sir} Between them they loosened the Ambassador, First Secretary of

ing. It followed| ain. o the Ac : is arch-| Snake’s hold as the curtain drop-| the Embassy and Consul in Sofia,
Fe, iatements previously| Both had favoured India over| Aurel — manos, tee, Indo-| ; P*\ the Bulgarian News Agency |
es ik when he walk-| Kashmir, the United States be-| aeologica b catinant She was on the stage again in| #®nounced here tonight. }

; er U.N. Committees | cause it feared Communism, and| Pakistan sub-c Reuter, | ten minutes.—Reuter, —(Reuter.)

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Elementary Teaching

IN a circular to the headteachers of
Elementary Schools, the Director of Edu-
cation has suggested the teaching of Latin,

mathematics and science as addi-
Sit shivjects to the present curriculum.
The matter has been widely discussed by
teachers, and the general public gradually
sensing the implications of the change, are
now wondering what will happen to the
educational system of this island.

There are two general comments to be
made in any examination of the issues in-
volved and they open up wide fields of
discussion and give rise to grave anxiety.
No one could object to additional subjects
in an attempt to produce the ideal system
but it is necessary to ensure first that the
teaching of subjects now on the curriculum
in the elementary schools has reached the
highest standard; and secondly that there
is an adequate supply of teachers and
equipment to embark on the teaching of
these additional subjects.

Close examination of the details of the
bd change must involve the employment of
Cae technical knowledge which has not yet
Pio been brought to bear by any body of
7 experts in this island. The first approach
to the matter, if such change were found to
ni be desirable and necessary is to ascertain
Lica how many teachers in the 126 elementary
int schools are qualified to teach the subjects
which it is now proposed to add to the
curriculum. Any such census might dis-
close that the number is too small to
justify the attempt. It is true that there
are teachers in the elementary schools who
hate hold Cambridge and School Certificates,
; but because of the custom which obtained
under the old pupil teachers’ system be-
fore, assistants would have studied ele-
mentary algebra and geometry at the third
} and fourth year examinations in prepara-
: tion for the certificate examinations. Such
smattering of knowledge as they gained in
mathematics was forgotten by the majority
as soon as they had qualified. Even these
two sections added together could not
supply one qualified teacher for each
school.



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There are perhaps a number who entered
the teaching service on the strength of the
' Cambridge or School certificate and would
be able to teach Latin up to the required

i standard; but those qualified to teach
Spanish are few and far between.
It is clear that the time which would be

required in the teaching of extra subjects
should be devoted to the fundamentals on
which all the other educational attainments
i are based. The present standard as evinced
by the performances of those scholars who
now leave the elementary schools is far
from satisfactory and to reduce the oppor-
tunity to improve this condition is far from
desirable,

The question arises as to the furnishing
of equipment. The books used in the ele-
mentary schools are now furnished by the
government; and the question arises
whether it is proposed, and from what
source, to supply the necessary textbooks
for Latin, Spanish, mathematics and science.
The parents of pupils of the elementary
schools have been described as people who
are unable to meet the financial, demands
of education for their children however
much they might desire to do so. It woulda
follow naturally that they are unable to
supply textbooks for the additional sub-
jects.

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These details seem to raise issues which
require settlement before any attempt can
be made to introduce the change suggested.
Beyond these however is the fundamental
question of the primary function of the
elementary school. The teaching of the
three Rs has been the subject of much
comment and criticism in this island. The
teaching of English which is an essential
to any citizen of the British Empire is, to
say the least, highly unsatisfactory. To add
subjects which will detract from the prim-
ary function of-the schools is merely to
dislocate the system.

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SIX CENT TREES

LAST Tuesday's meeting
the House of Assem* bristied with signi
would appeer that all is
at the Prison as regard
medical servic
that the Mount T
is still minus 4

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not well



unnaturally,

ence to the pup!
lishment. It is now fiv
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would certainly seem that this
should be ample time to remedy
this unfortunate state of affairs.
Enthralled spectators also learn-
ed that fishing equipment will
enter the Colony exempt from
customs duty, and that a fisher-
man is a “fisherman” whether he
fishes from a leaking sieve or 4
luxury yacht. Ailing Clerk of

the Court, Lee Sarjeant, was
granted six months leave of
absence, and amidst much evi-

dence of glee from the Govern-
ment side Gordon Brathwaite was
elected House Marshal. Perhaps
the most interesting feature, is
the proposal to make a subsidy
payment of six cents for eacn
newly planted zpproved tree
(mahogany and casuarina), with
the “pay-off” laying in the clause
that once you have received the
six cents the said tree must not
be cut down without a lice
from the Director of Agricultu
if you are so rash as to cut down
your six cents tree without the
aforementioned permit, the six
cents will cost a fine of $50.00 for
the first offence and double that
for the second,






Over an hour was spent discuss-
ing trees—and as M«. Keith Wal-
cott so accurately quoted, it was
all “much ado about nothing.’







The lure of a six cent subsidy will
certainly not do :
to rush out in d plant
trees, and, from the complete

lack of interest shown by most
members in the discussion, the
chances of shelter from the sun
under the cooling boughs of 35
unplanted mahogany and casuar-
ina trees appear exceedingly re-
mote, Mr. Allder made most
practical suggestior on

that fruit trees shot



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or later that this British citizen-
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few are blackballed nowadays



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browned-off as I arm
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possessor once more
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Oberstuermfuehrer in Himmler’s
SS. (Roughly equivalent § to
Yeutenant.)

Not that I have anything
against Karl von Loesch as a
person. I have always got on

well with him, since I first came
to know him as an undergradu-
ate at Oxford.

And if. as a German, he de-
cides to work in Ribbentrop’s
Ministry and do his best to help
Hitler win the war he is waging
against my country, that is, in
my view, an attitude he is per-
fectly entitled to take up

But frankly I am puzzled how
the British authorities can give
him a British passport after this
clear demonstration that he was
an active and militant German

The legal basis for their action
is that von Lbesch is technically










THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Ry Lee Wade

tributed to the future food needs
were surely deserving of equal
compensation—if six cents could
be called t It was Mr. All-
at landowners
proved their land
he was definitely not
favour of granting taem so
much as a cent. Other than Messrs.



th





in

1 E. K. Walcott and Reece, the Op-

position side took no part in the
talking — except among them-
selves. The chattering brought raps
of the hammer from Chairman
Smith, who complained that he
could not hear, but from the atti<
tude of most of the honourable
memi-ers he was not missing very
much. The prospects of forests
and woods dotting this island
landscape are as far away as ever
—a whole six cents worth!

THE BILL to amend the Nat-
uralization Act of 1915 produced
some interesting comments from
Mr. Allder on the matter of the
influx of strangers to the Coleny
from neighbouring islands and
places further afield. Mr. Allder
stated that strangers entered the
island without any difficulty, and
remained as long as they wished.
He suggested that these people

» contributed little to the well] being
. of the Colony.

From this, it would
seem that Mr. Allder favours a
policy of isolationism, which,
throughout the road of history, has
not proved a paying game. The
senior member for St. John warn-
ed hte Government of the danger
of strangers being permitted to
enter the Colony, setting up busi-
ness and employing lecal] labour
at low wages. It is regrettable
that the standard of wages is not
all it could be, but surely low
wages must be regarded as at
least better than no wages at all.
Too many employers are honest-
ly unable to afford to pay _ the
standard of wages that they might
wish, and rather than release em-
ployees, offer reduced earnings.
That there are unscrupulous em-
ployers cannot te denied by any
sane person, but to suggest that
all outsiders coming here for the
purpose of business are coming
here to bleed and exploit the
local working man is a fallacy
If, on the other hand, Mr. Allder

lat greater pre-
taken as to the







How Cheap Is A British
port Tod

Ry
*

Sefton Delmer

at is called dual nationality
was born England. His
er was a diplomat at the
Kaiser's embassy in London. And





in





apparently made use of that
reumstance of birth in England,
and secured recognition as a

person entitled to a British pass-
port if he wished and to claim
the privileges of a British citizen
everywhere in the world except
Germany,

Helped His Work
For Hitler

VON LOESCH certainly made
full use_of the British passport
he had in the years before the

used it when flying
on diplomatic







the incon-
it made on
London flat
days of

pression
sat in my
those

me as he
of
1939,
had come over in the
with some papers for
Embassy—had pro-
i his British passport at the

crisis

He
orning
the German





rport, as he went out of his

vay to tell me—and was now

joing a little nerve warfare for
mi P on me.

Id not care to be living

here when the balloon goes up,

he said in his faultless English
“Won't be much of all this left
after about a fortnight I fear. cld
cixvap.”

In War=
‘Out To Please”

I DID not hear anything rore

ot him until after the war, when



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Mr. H. A. Vaughan lectures
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}

en-|

type of individual permitted
try, and for what purpose that{]
individual seeks to enter the!

Colony, such mus, be regarded as}
a wise suggestion. For example. |
there are many unfortunates In
the street of Bridgetown who are
anemployed. Not all of them are
Barbadians by wirth, and while)
their plight may not be their own}
fault, the local community are!
nevertheless more or less respon-
sible for them. Had a cash depos-
it sufficient to carry them to their
home island been obtained from}
them on their arrival, presuming
they had come here when : =
adult age, they could be sent ta
and the responsibility placed
where it belonged. Trinidad col
lects a deposit from amyone, no
matter from what part of the
world, who arrives without a re-
tum tieket or proceeding to 2
definite job. Without the collec-
tion of such deposit, deportation
becomes the financial responsibil-
ity of the “sending” government.
if this, or a similar scheme, is in
Mr. Allder’s mind, such is com-
mendable, but this island, as Mr.)
Crawford pointed out, cannot
afford to hinder, much less keep
out, those who would come here
for the purpese of, in any Wey
creating employment. When speak-
ing on the matter of government
subsidy for approved trees, Mr.
Allder referred to the saying of
it being “cheaper to buy milk than
keep a cow”—but without the
cow there will be no milk, unless
it be imported in tins, and unless
Bartados has more employers, the
tcugher will it become for those
who seek work. In other words,
it is far more expedient for this
island to encourage outside enter-
prise, rather than seek ways to
deter it.

As to the importation of fishing
equipment, Mr. Reece summed up
the whole situation in a nutsheil.
Some members apparently had the
idea that such a move might tend
to benefit those wher fish for
pleasure rather than those whc
do so for a livelihood, but, as Mr.
Reece emphasised, it mikes no
difference who catches the fish—
it is the fish that are needed.
There is an excellent structure
along the waterfront in Bridge-
town that I have often admired.
It may, I think, be regarded as
one of life’s little idiosynerasies—
a fish market without any fish.





ay ?

von Loesch, like other high
members of the German Foreign
Office. was arrested and interned
Friends of mine saw him ana
told me that he was “ro-opera-
tive.” “Von Loesch,” so one «!
his British interrogators told me, |
“is all out to please. He has
given valuable information.”

Soon after that I heard from
him myself, Von Loesch wrot«
over to say that he had applied!
for his British passport to be]
returned to him, and he was/
giving my name as a reference.

He wanted it for the sake oi
his two daughters, he explair.ed,|
and also to help him in gettin«|
released considerable funds
which his English-bora mothe:
left him, and which lay in Lon-
don, frozen by the
Custodian of Enemy Property.

I must confess I never dreamed

A JOB FOR EVERY ONE

By Fred Doerflinger

LONDON, (By Mail),

THERE will be jobs for almost every one of
Britain’s 23,324,000 working population in |
1950 no matter which party wins the election, |
in the opinion of Labour Ministry officials and .
experts in industry and unions.

The forecast for continued full employ-}!
ment, however carries several important re-
servations: that no new dollar crisis forces
big cuts in imports and that industrial peace
is

If supplies of raw materials can be main-

i and there are no big strikes, unem-

ployment is not.expected to become a problem

before 1951.

The post-war boom is expected to last at)
least another year, but no one is preparea}
to predict the outlook for 1951. By then |
Marshall Aid will be running out and if
Britain’s dollar export drive is not a huge
success the nation’s factories will be cur-|
tailing production or closing down for lack!
of raw materials.

To-day in Britain some 22,255,000 people|
are in civil employment, another 740,000 in|
the armed forces and only 323,600 registered |
unemployed. The remainder of the working
population is made up of men and women
released from the armed forces who have!
not yet taken up employment.

Labour exchanges throughout the country-
have more than 366,000 jobs open, and as the
Ministry of Labour points out, a large num-|
ber of the registered unemployed are actually |
in the process of transferring from one job
to another.

DETAILED SURVEY COMPLETED

(The British Institute of Management re-
cently completed a detailed survey vf job
drifting and discovered that one man in
seven and one woman in eight drifts in and
out of jobs after staying in them for less than
a month.)

Only one important trade is worried about
unemployment at present—ship-repairing.
For industry as a whole the demand is for
more, not fewer, workers.

No one ean predict just how long this will
last. The Trades Union Congress, pressing
for wage restraint, has warned the working
man that there is a very real danger of mass
unemployment.

This is not entirely politics, despite’ the
fact that the TUC is the backbone of the
Socialist Party whose main campaign slogan
is that the Socialists alone can maintain full
employment.

The TUC, in its policy statement, has}
forcefully pointed out to unions the things |
that happened when the World War I boom
burst suddenly in 1920. Unemployment
rocketed from 300,000 to 1,500,000 in less than
a year and average earnings fell by nearly
one-third. y

If Britain’s “crawling” dollar drive is not
quickly stimulated, if the export sales op-
portunity offered by devaluation is not
quickly grasped; the same situation could lay
Britain low again. Only Marshall Aid, offi-!
cials admit, prevented large scale unemploy-
ment in the last few years.

The outlook for 1950 is coloured by this
worry, but experts believe employment will

{remain steady throughout the year.

The nationalized coal mines are crying |
for more recruits and every ton of surplus

British | coal mined should sell overseas at high prices

at least until the end of the year. |
Although there is unemployment in the}

that he would succeed in getting) ship-repairing industry, building yards have}

his passport back. To my all-too-| orders in hand (due to the big demand for

simple mind it seemed that, if
he was British now, then he had
been British all through the war.
And that would surely mean that
he had committed treason.

But presumably I did not make
sufficient allowance for the legai
intricacies of dual nationality.

Anyhow, here he comes

with his wife and daughters
(they all three have British
passports as well) in London

enough of his mother’s money to
have his children educated in
— and perhaps more than
that.

Now I wonder whether, in view
of this case, I am asking too
much if I invite our legislators
to review the whole of the pro-

ralisation
foreigners.

and passports

The von Loesch passport is} were made, all requiring men to remain in

merely a somewhat fantastic
illustration of principle, of which
there are thousands of other
examples; that for many for-
eigners taking British nationality

today the acquisition of a
British passport is purely a
matter of convenience. not of
idealism.

—L.E.S



in the Press. In

the meantime we

applauded before individual sing-



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|

CANNOT SATISFY DEMANDS

Despite the breaking of production targets, ;
the steel industry cannot satisfy demands. |
The heavy electrical industry is swamped |

The textile industry needs thousands more

The task for 1950 will be to provide more
workers for essential industries. The job!
switch will not be easy due to the shortage
of living accommodation and the reluctance
of many workers to leave their home towns.

The Ministry of Labour, through the Con-

it. In the last quarter only seven “directions”

coal mining or agriculture.

Should serious unemployment come in any
industries the Ministry of Labour could, by
exercising the powers they already possess,
stave off trouble for a time by directing the
unemployed to work in industries which
still need manpower.—LN.S.





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in which we are again placed in
our Power Station due to failure
of the two new Generating Sets
recently installed, which can only
be described as a major catas-
trophe. We had hoped that with
these two new Sets in operation
we would have been in a position
to carry out the much needed and
long overdue overhauls on our
existing Sets. Instead of that we

jand.

wanting
when ail

be put into commission until cer-
tain parts are obtained from Eng-
We have
Generating Sets, one is complete-
ly dismantled undergoing a major
overhaul and the other
similar
are running
only generate a maximum of 1250
K.W. in their present condition
One of them however is considered

cause of which was completely be-
yond our control
left V. SMITH,
General Manager,
Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation Ltd.
January 19, 1950.

now, five

The
all

ean

together,

four,
attention,

A Spade Is Not a Hoe
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Judging from the letters

macy at the shamefulness of such
an attitude, but let me hasten to
correct him. Diplomacy in such
cases is wasted. You must never
call a spade a hve. Harsh offences
can only be remedied with harsh
methoc's. Ans, don’t imagine that
this malacy 1s found only in the
Pit—it is not. The hateful up-
roar was heard also upstairs and
in certain sections of the House.

Rockley.

Local Talent

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I was shocked and dis-
gusted at the decision given on
Friday evening last at the local
talent All Star programme held
at the Globe Theatre.

Many people with whom I have
discussed the matter were

other hand, showed his talent and
versatility by singing such widely |

“Stormy Weather’ and “Blue
Moon” to his own accompaniment.

the success of future shows if the






different songs as “In my solitude’’, | §

It would be in the interest of | ¥

Manager were to announce the | ¥
names of the panei of judges who | ¢

find ourselves in a worse position
than we were last September.
The situation is as follows.
Two new’ Génerating Sets of
885 K.W. and 950 K.W. have been
erected and another of 885 K.W.
on order is due in September next
The 885 K.W. Set was put into
operation last October and has
been running very satisfactorily
: ever since until yesterday morning
Aig cen when the crankshaft broke. The
; 950 K.W. Set was completed and
had been given several trial runs
and we had hoped to put it into
permanent commission this week



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Siti a
possible This w r

uon a

appearing in your correspondence
columns, there seems to be some
doubt as to the competence of the
Globe's judges on “All Stay Night”
In my opinion these correspondents

America.
affect those who



T am going to suggest has been
practised successfully throughout
It is simple, and doesn’t

likewise dumbfounded at the
decision given. Cedric Phillips,
for whom incidentally I hold no
brief, was far and away the most

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talented performer, his style being










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*
Americans
‘Wa Know
© Want to
£ How To Get To Barbados
i @ From Page 1
per” is to fiction.
in February 1908, Mr. Von
- isa en neatly os
i nerican, s
4 ed and area gaia has been
z | eareet as

He is contributing editor
Illustrated Magazine

- Pnbers among his publica-

‘ "Ecuador the Unknown,” “Off

qth Their Heads,” “Jungle in the

: hed ids” “Ecuador and The Ga'a-
: ” etc.

me nee, naturalist and

ograpner, Mr. Von Hagen is

ted with having discovered

rs : extinct tribe of Jicaques

gg ns in Honduras. :
Py, Von Hagen has the blessing
‘e Barbados Publicity Com-
in his work on the Guide
: of Barbados, but the Com-
BB sittee has no pee at its disposal
| fi financially.
pe Benefit
: 2 circumstances it is in-
a i approach the commer-
Bey interests in the Colony who
Be uid benefit most from the re-
of this publicising of the
Colony and enlist their aid.

The steamship companies and
the airlines, as was the case with
other guide books, were sure to
fave their routes etc. published
on the back of the guide books

presentation to those intend-

to travel to the islands.
Alcoa steamship company
‘h boats only had passenger
waervations for twelve to Barba-
“Beaos were willing to double this
“Bemount, Mr. Von Hagen said, if
r island were publicised pro-

erly in America.

me of the literature of the
tarbados Publicity Committee
mig available in the U.S.A. but
bat did not say how to get here,
much it would cost and
one could expect to find

The guide book would pro-
» those answers. It would also

the purpose of providing

ething for children to read in

'



a

ls,

. Von Hagen has got in touch
ith local historians. In Grenada
thas a collection of West Indian

histories and documents specially
dered from Francis Edwards in
ondon. Work would begin in
bout six weeks’ time on the
ptographs and when he had
hished with the writing material,
‘would first submit it to the
bados Publicity Cammittee for

whe.
“Life Passed By”

fm The second biography he is
nning to write is that of Squier
‘American explorer who “ex-
enced a little misfortune and
fe passed him by.”
Accompanying Mr. Von Hagen
his trip from Grenada here
Lt.Colonel Keith Stewart the
fitish West Indies representative
Grenada of the Frederick
ham Associates, Inc. They are

s at the Marine Hotel,

h



i. Overdue

Where is the schooner “Rain-
M”- This vessel left Trini-
d for St. Vincent since Janu-
ty 11 and has not arrived.
A cablegram received at the
irbour and Shipping Office yes-
erc read: “To all ships
\ boner “Rainbow M” marked
“Wp in white on black hull lefs
fad on January 11 for St.
heent now overdue, Please re-
t any sighting.”
“Rainbow M” canied a
of seven. It makes occa-
calls here to the Schooner
hers’ Association.

“Lady Patricia”
Comes Off Dock

MY. “Lady Patricia” came off
yesterday morning and
nh shortly after to load cargo
i its next voyage.
Pe This vessel is taking 300 car-
ms and 100 casks of rum for
idad and 20 tons of white
for St. Vincent. It is ex-
’ ed to leave port tomorrow for
; nt via Trinidad.
“Lady Patricia” spent six
: ys on dock here. Mr. D, L,
mnson is agent,
8 .
‘Planter’ Brings
Pork, Beef, Oats
Calling from Halifax yesterday
the SS. “Alcoa ’ Planter”
ml Is consigned to Messrs Da
& Co., Ltd.
“Planter” brought pickled
and beef, powdered milk,
parts, 30 sacks of oats, ali-
pastes, hand tools and a
Mgerator. It sailed yesterday
St. Vincent, Agents are

ts Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
ilies

EB Dutch Vessel
| Makes Call

ete

a

is

hed 4,000 bags of sulphate of
Ma, tTived at Barbados yes-
BAY by Dutch S.S. “Haarlem”
+

called from Amsterdam and

-
ie ene, beer, paints, rope,
» petroleum staves, ad-
material, hurricane lan-
paper bags were among
Cargo of this vessel for Bar-

‘ cae
in



he, “Haarlem” left port last
or Trinidad. Messrs S. P.
i mm, Son & Co. Ltd., are
;
2,29 .
225.77 Spent
& On Floods
My chairman of the Board of
the _ ot Health inform-
S vam that the amount
bar a een expended by the
$ uring the recent flood
Tee 77
t clerk had been in tructed
ard a letter +, the Vestry
| ME out ’ , e a ‘
at and Seine. ¢ r :
pnt i. 48king that Govern-
A tet? PrOached for a refi nd
*er had s : .
from ti Since been receiv-
he Vestry statin t t
ating that
a been Gecided not

4 ap
nt about this





MRS. E. D. MOTTLEY distributing gifts to the poor at St. Mary’s Boys’ School.



(a ta



USBEY’S ALLEY
GETS A BATH

THE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH of St. Michael
yesterday decided to flush with water the gutters and

street of Busbey’s Alley as from today.

This is an attempt

to improve the sanitary conditions there.

St. Thomas
Churchwarden

Denies Charge

OF FAVOURITISM

Mr. K. S. Sandiford, Church-
warden of St. Thomas, at yester-
day’s meeting of the Vestry of
that parish, denied that he had
had the ultimate word in choos-
ing those to whom help was be-
ing given to repair damage done
to their houses by the August
31—’49, high winds.

He was replying to a sugges-
tion by Mr. V. E. Reeves that
there had been favouritism in
the granting of aid to those whose
houses had been damaged. Mr.
Sandiford said that the state-
ment in the letter he received
from the Financial Secretary
which said that “in conjunction
with the authorities of the St.
Thomas parish,’ the recommen-
dation for help had been made,
was not correct,

It was felt that the $2,105
granted vor the purpose of re-
pairs was not sufficient to cover
the damages. Mr. Sandiford said
that he would go ahead with the
repairs as far as the money
allowed and he would make a
later report to Government that
the damage to one house espe-
cially was underestimated and he
could not carry out the necessary
repairs with the amount given.

No Favouritism

Mr. Reeves said he did not see
how Government could give the
Churchwarden money to spend
without a committee being form-
ed of the Vestry to guide him in
the spending.

Mr. J. H. Thorne said that as
he understood the matter, Gov-
ernment had told the Vestry to
appoint a committee to go around
and see these houses which were
in need of repair and send and
ask for the amount, Government
had given help to some of the
list submitted and he could not
see how the Churchwarden could
be involved in any alleged
favouritism.

Mr. Sandiford said that he had
been informed by the Colonial
Secretary's office that the Gov-
ernment in Executive had decid-
ed that someone from the Public
Works would call on them and
that they could go around
together and decide which houses
needed repairs. They replied
that Mr. Mahon and he would
be willing to go around and
since then they had heard noth-
ing further.

No Relief In
Taxation

When the St. Thomas Vestry met
yesterday it considered applica-
tions of persons who applied for
relief in taxation. An application
which introduced discussion was
one from Mr. Cyril Collins, a
member of the Vestry, and owner
of “Club Union.”

Mr. Collins said that he had
other heavy taxes to pay and he
felt that there had been discrim-
ination in the assessments of clubs.

The assessor’s record book
showed that all the clubs had been
assessed on the same basis. The
Vestry did not consider Mr. Collins’
application favourably, :

Mr. J. H. Thorne said that it
was but illogical, to put in the
plea for his case the fact that he
had other taxes to pay. That he
had other businesses on which to
pay taxes showed that he was in
some way a prosperous man.

Scholarship
Granted

THE St. Thomas Vestry yester-
day granted Dorian Whittington of
Welchman «Hall a_ scholarship
tenable at Combermere secondary
school, There were two other
candidates who had passed the
examination, but the Vestry de-
cided in Whittington’s favour on
the grounds that the parents of
one was able to pay their son's







school fees and that the other
was young and had another
chance.

A more frequent bus service
on the St. Thomas routes would
10t. pay the concessionaires, the
Advoeate vas told yesterday

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the
transportir
ing
the ar
lated, ¢ ter ‘
empty

Mr. Victor Chase said that it
had been brought to his attention
that the sanitary condition in
Busbey’s Alley was going from
bad to worse. It was a small
alley but literally a market as all
kinds of things for human con-
sumption were exhibited there
for sale. He said that there could
be seen refuse such as pea husk
and the like, piled up.

Mr, B, A. Weatherhead enquired
what was being done to secure the
site that had been agreed on at
Eagle Hall for a district market.

The Chairman Mr. J. M:; Kid-
ney said that arrangements for
the purchase had‘ been made but
that for some time now the mat-
ter was in the hands of the so-
licitors on both sides,

No Compensation

The Chairman told members
that Mr. Mottley and himself had
attended a meeting with the La-
bour Commissioner ‘at which it
was reported that Beresford Wil-
liams, a former casual labourer of
the Sanitary Department, had lost
his leg in the service of the Depart-
ment, had received no compensa-
tion. The statement was made by
a representative of the Barbados
Workers’ Union.

The Chairman said that he and
Mr. Mottley took a very serious
view of the matter and made in-
vestigations.

It was discovered that Williams
who had worked with the Depart-
ment from 1942 to 1948, had suf-
fered with aneurism of the
popliteal artery as was shown by
the medical certificate from the
General Hospital. He was grant-
ed sick leave with pay on three
oecasions, His leg was amputated
in July 1948. He was recom-
mended to the Churchwarden by
the Finance Committee for a pen-
sion and was given three shillings
per week from August 10, 1949.

A Wicked Attempt

Mr. Mottley said that when he
listened to the report before the
Labour Commissioner, he was at
a loss to understand how a Board
on which he sat could be so
heartless, After investigations,
however, he arrived at the con-
clusion that it was only a wicked
attempt to put people against the
Board. He was very pleased to
learn that the facts were contrary
to how they were represented.

The Chief Sanitary Inspector
pointed out to the Board that Wil-
liams had been a very good work-
er, He knew he had a leg trou-
ble but at no time during his
work had he received a cut which
eventually resulted in the ampu-
tation of his leg,

The members pointed out, that
the statement made was certainly
an attempt to discredit the Board
as it was obviously false.

Mr. Chase finally moved, sec-
onded by Mr. Weatherhead that
an investigation into the conduct
of the labourer who had made the
statement, be made by the Fin-
ance Committee who should take
appropriate action.

New Latrine

The Chairman told members
that the newly erected latrine and
bath at New Orleans would soon
be ready for use. What remained
to be done was the installation of
electricity and the erection of the
caretaker’s quarters.

Machinery For
Graeme Hall

Machinery consisting of diesel
engine, pipe and pump which
arrived here last week by the
“Arocosta” from Trinidad is for
the purpase of irrigating the
entire Estate at Graeme Hall, Mr,
Morris Wexler, merchant of Trin-
idad vold the “Advocate” yester~
day.

Mr. Wexler is now in Barbados
on a two-week business visit in
connection with the matter.

He said that the “Arocosta,” his
own private vessel, also broughi'
other necessary machinery for
use in the irrigation of Graeme
Hall.

Mr, Wexler hopes at some fu-
ture date, to erect a fertiliser
plant here, the machinery for
which would be coming from
England.





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DR. HALLINAN
SETS UP OFFICE

Dr. T. J. Hallinan, C.B.E., who
arrived here on Friday to con-
duct an investigation into condi-
tions at the General Hospital is





getting ahead with the job, the
Medical Superintendent f the
Hospital told the Advocate t
terda

He said Dr. Hallinan has
et up a in the Hospital

Dr. Hal n was Director of
Medical Services in Jamaica from
1933 to 1946

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Gifts For The
Needy

Gifts of clothing etc. were re-
cently received by Mr. E. D.
Mottley, M.C.P. from Miss Ianthe
Walkes and her co-workers of
King’s Chapel Church N.Y.

The articles were distributed
yesterday evening at the St. Mary’s
Boys’ School to the poor of the
district by Mrs. E. D. Mottley and
Mrs. N. C. Drakes assisted by
District Nurses of St. Michael.

Mr. Mottley told the “Advocate”
yesterday that the needs cf the
poor of this district are great and
he expressed the hope that furth-
er gifts will be forthcoming in the
not very distant future.





Christ Church
Vestry Meets
For First Time
IN 1950

The Chris’ Church Vestry at
their meeting yesterday, wel-
comed the new members, Mrs.

H. A. Talma, Mr. M. E. R. Kourne
and Mr. A. M. Jones.

Mrs, Talma thanked Mr, Ward
for his kind remarks and said
that she was never in politics
before but that she was sure thai
she would learn.

A letter was read from Nurse
V. Callendar, a member of the
Barbados Nurses’ Association who
said that she had seen the work
done by members of the Nurses’
Associavion for children of at
least two Elementary Schools in
St. Michael from a grant provided
by the St. Michael Vestry

She thought that she would like
vo do the same work for the
Elementary Schools of Christ
Chureh and so started with the
St. Christopher Girls’ School from
May 17, 1949, going twice a week.

She asked them for aid to con-
tinue whe work she is doing.

After a lengthy discussion Mr,
A. M. Jones said that it was use-
less talking of supplying money
to Nurse Callendar to carry on
her work because the matter was
one for Central Government. He
thought that Government
should have taken up this matter
long ago,

He said thay the Vestry should
draw the attention of Government
to the conditions of the school
children and ask Government to
go invo the matter.

Playing Fields

Members next discussed the
question of Parish playing fields.
The Playing Field Committee have
selected Dover and Seawell as
sites for playing fields and the
Clerk was instructed to fix a date
for ‘the Committee to meet the
Social Welfare Officer.

The various Committees were
appointed by the Vestry. They
were: V.D, Officers: Dr, E. L. Ward
and Mr. A. S. Edwards. Build-
ing Committee: The ren rnal:
en, Hon. A. G. Gittens, Mr, J.%&
Webster, Mr. C. M. Drayton, and
Mr. C. Ifill. Appointment of Di-
ocesan Representatives: Mr. J. &
Webster and Hon. D. G. Leacock
Assessment Rolls: Mr, G. C. Ward,
Hon. A. G. Gittens, Mr. C. M,
Drayton, Mr. J.E. Webster and
Mr. Parravicino, Playing Fields
Committee: Mr, Fred Goddard,
M.C.P., Mr. H, C. Griffith, Miss
V. Carver, Mrs. H. A. Talma, Mr.
J, O, Gall and Hon. A. G. Gittens.
Cemetery Board: Hon, A. G. Git-
tens, Mr, G. C. Ashby, Mr. H.
Garnes, Mr. McKenzie and Mr,
J. E. Webster. Lighting Commit-
tee: Mr. G. C. Ward, Mr. Victor
Chase, Mr. F. Goddard, M.C.P.,
and Mrs, H. A. Talma.

The old Highway Commissioners
were re-elected and Mr. A. M
Jones was broughy in in place of
Mr, W. T. Barnes. Mr, J. O. Gall
was again made Inspector
Trees

Members present were
Ward, Churehwarden, Mr. il
Mr. C. M. Drayton, Mr. M. ©

Mr, J. EB. Webster, Mr. A
Mrs. H. A, Talma, Mr. C. B.

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Hon. A» G. Gittens, M.U.C , Mr. Fred
Goddard, M,C.P., Mr. S. A. McKenzie,
Mr. Hi. Garnes, Mr. V. Chase and Mr. |
G. C, Ashby.
An excuse was offered for Rev. A. F
Mandeville, Chairman, who was in
disposed.
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Obituary

Mr. Ralph Stoute

The death occurred at his resi-
dence, “Shenstone,” Rockley, on
Wednesday evening of Mr. Ralph
G. Stoute, salesman of Messrs.
A. S. Bryden & Sons ut the age
of 44.

Mr. Stoute after leaving school
spent a short time in the employ
of Messrs. Collymore & Wright
and soon after sailed for the
United Statés. On his return to
Barbados he joined the firm of
Bryden’s and rose to the position
of senior salesman.

Quiet and unassuming, Mr,
Stoute was very popular and re-
spected among members of the |
commercial body In private life
he was a firm friend and enjoyed |

the esteem of a wide circle. The |
large gathering which attended |
h ineral at the Westbury Ceme-
tery esterda rn g va evi- |
ence f the high estee hich |
he was held.

He leaves a wife and two chil.
iren to whom along with other
orrowing relatives the “Advo- |
cate” tenders sincere condolence



‘OCATE

PARISH

ST. MICHAEL. As part of their
annual programme the Public
Works Department are now carry-
Mg out repairs to many buildings
in the City. Some of these in-
clude the Central Station, Spirit
Bond, East and West wings of the
Public Buildings, the General Hos-
pital, and the US. Savings De-
partment. Major repairs are being
carried out at Combermere School
and the Wharf walls. Labourers
of this Department are also
Working | over at Pelican Island.

* 7.

Two losses of cattie were
Suffered in the Parish on Monday
and Tuesday, In the first instance
Aubrey Watts of Lower Birney’s
Road reported the loss of two
— valued $18.00 from his open
yard,

Sybil Jones of Black Rock re-
ported the loss of a calf valued

$40.00 from her enclosed yard
during Tuesday night.
* *
An accident took place on

Bank Hall Cross Road at about
7.45 am. on Wednesday between
the motor car M.1429, owned by
Violet Hope of 2nd Avenue, Bank
Hall, and driven by Kenneth
Hope of the same address, and a
bus, M.727, owned by the Yonkers
Bus Company and driven by Ray-
mond Springer of Sharon, St.
Thomas,
The right front fender of the
car and left front fender of the
Us were damaged.
* a .
Another accident occurred on
Bridge Road at about 7.15 a.m. on
Wednesday between one bicycle,
owned by Ephraim Inniss and rid-
den by his son, Vere Inniss, both
of Bayeroft Road, Carrington Vil-
lage, and a second bicycle, owned
by S. A. Roach of Welches and
ridden by Shirley Bishop of My
Lord’s Hill.
Both cyclesewere slightly dam-
aged.
* * ~
A third accident occurred at the
corner of Bay and Fairchild
Streets at about 7.36 a.m. on Tues-
day between the motor lorry
M549, owned by the Barbados
Telephone Co,, and driven by
Dudley Grant of: Bay Land, and a
bicycle owned and ridden by
Peterson Thompson of Market
Hill, St. George. The right pedal
and front fork of the cycle were
damaged,
* * *
CHRIST CHURCH. Repairs are
now being carried out to the Mili-
tary Buildings at the Garrison by
the Public Works Department.
* * *

Ten acres of third crop ripe
canes were destroyed by fire at
Small Ridge Plantation on
Wednesday night.

The fire—of unknown origin—
broke out at about 2.30 p.m. The
canes are the property of Mr, G. S.
Evelyn and are insured.

* 7 *.

An accident occurred at about
2.25 p.m. on Wednesday at the
Garrison between the motor car
M.2474, owned and driven by
R. W. E. Tucker of Cherry Tree
Cottage, Garrison, and another
car, M.247, owned and driven by

Goulbourne King of Spooner’s
Hill, St. Michael.
The right front fender of

M.2474 and the right rear fender
of M.247 were slightly damaged.
* * *

The Major Road Sign post at
the corner of Deighton’s Road,
near Dayrells Road, was smashed
by the motor lorry, M.2443, at
about 12 noon on Tuesday.

The lorry is owned by Colin
Springer of Hindsbury Road, St.
Michael.



ST. GEORGE. This Parish had
the heaviest rainfall during
Wednesday and up to 6.00 am.
yestérday. Over 70 parts were
recorded, and showers fell both
day and night.



ST. JAMES. The Public Works
Department is now carrying out |
repairs to the Post Office.

ST. PHILIP. Forty-two parts
of rain were recorded in this Par-
ish on Wednesday and up to 6.00
a.m, yesterday,



ST. JOSEPH. Two standpipes
have been erected in the Parish.
One is situated at Branchbury and
the other at Hackleton Cliff. The
one at Branchbury is practically
completed and only awaiting the
covering which will be placed on
a well behind it. The other is
completed. Up to the present no
water has been turned on in either
of the pipes.

* -

The Commissioners of Health
of the Parish held a meeting on
Wednesday, Mr. C. A. Williams,
who was Chairman of the Com-
missioners, announced his resig-
nation and his place was filled by
Mr. W. R. Coward.

* «

a meeting on Monday next. It is
understood that at this meeting a
Building Committee will be ap-
pointed,



ST. JOHN. Cane plants and
vegetable crops in this Patish en-
Joyed some lovely showers during
Wednesday and early yesterday
morning. Sixty-three parts were
recorded, which gives the Parish
the second best rainfall for that
period.

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ped anchor at Bridgetown. Not|
long after, trim white launches |
were moving to and fro, bring-| #
ing American tourists to Barba-|
dos’ shores, %

M.V. “Stella Polaris” brought
163 passengers. Normally, it pro-
vides accommodation for about
165 passengers; so almost every
cabin was filled.

The invasion on Barbados
started at the “Publicity Com-
mittee” where questions ranging
from “where could a nice drink
be had” to “where are the re-
commended bathing beaches
around here” were asked.

This committee, however, did
very little trade with the tourists
They did best with the stamps
and posteards. Most of the vis-
itors took advantage of the free
literature provided for them by
the Committee and strolled on to
their various destinations.

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Seventy of them went on the
tour prepared for them by Mr.
U. J. Parravicino. Visits were
paid to Chimborazo. Bathsheba,
St. John’s Parish Church, Cod-
rington College, Sam Lords, the %
Crane and Powell Spring Hotel
where they lunched.

Here and there, some of them
could be seen around the City,
especially in Broad Street, where
they both window-shopped and
bought souvenirs.

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Hardiy was any tourist seen
without a camera. They “shot”
policemen on duty, Broad Street,
vendors of various commodities
and harbour scenes.

Curios were in good supply.
Boatmen took some out to the
vessel and made some trade.
Some of the women folk bought
flowers, both natural and artifi-
cial, which they took aboard for
decorating their rooms.

Coming on to mid-day, many
of the strange faces were missed



from the City. Some of them /%
were going back to the ship by x
row boats and launches, \



The last launch leaving th:
baggage warehouse after 5 p.n

yesterday evening ended thr
trade with the tourists. At ¢
p.m. the “Stella Polaris” was

starting on its way to Grenada,

The “Stella Polaris”, 2,747 tons
net, arrived under Captain Dahi
Messrs Robert Thom Ltd., are
local agents.



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sOrwood" St. James

19.1.50—In

r EOUS

waSON: = 'Magi-kil
. Ant bait. A dose on the
Ants in the nest. Price 1/:
hable at KNIGHTS DRUG

19.1,50—2n

Jelly” the

ns a

your complexion and hands

rola A fresh shipment just
WS. KNIGHTS LTD

19,1,50-—-2n

BRASSIERES 84e.

& 6c

17.1.50—13n

SHIRTS & PYJAMAS, — The



| 17.1,50—13n
Wholesale and Retail, Factory
Store.,

17.1,50—13n

" ' gine pipe. All sorts
Co. Lid. One: See

3.12.49—t.f.n.

% r
, ad aD ~SHEETS—¢ ft., 6% ft.
} Buage. Apply: Auto Tyre

Phone 2696
§.1.50—t.f.n

‘g SHEETS—RBest Grade
Se ieets, from $2.08 and $2.64
: A. BARNES & Co., Lid |
oe 13.1,.50—t.f.n
Pie Bred New Hi
? ampshire
Per Dozen. Dial 304
a 18.1.50.3n
VM FROM FIRE—Instal a Fire-
- a doors secured by
i a + Suitable for office or
q your records, Contact
NS (B'dos) Lid.
» Fri, Sun., — t.f.n

suck and Car Ty. 15
ar Tyres 750
5% * 5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16:
* 18; 450 x 17: 500 x i9
Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar St

20.1.50—t.f.n

LED













& FOUND





CLASSIFIE

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HOUSES

|, HOUSE—-At Worthing Golf Club Ra
2 bedrooms. Apply Andrew Evelyn
Gott Club Rd. or Dial 8440,

| 17.1.50—4n.

| Sea Maxwell Christ
| Church. Fully Furnished containing
| Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
room Verandah overlooking the sea,

and all Modern conveniences. Dial
3607 or 2871. 15.1.50—5n

a

FLATS fully furnished with Refrig-
erator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,
Dial 8364. 13.1,50—t.f.n.

“NEWHAVEN”, Crane Coast,
furnished, Garages Servant
Superb bathing beach. February, March,

June, November; December; -00
month. Phone 4476. Cimire

ASHTON—On

fully
Rooms

FLAT—At Kensington New
Road, Comprising Front Room, verandah,
| two bedrooms, Kitchenette, toilet, Bath
; also Garage. Phone 206;

18.1.50—2n

OCC
| | BUNGALOW — “Clariston” from ist

! February situated at Worthing in Ave-
nue leading to Coral Sands., Containing
Spacious Verandahs two sides, three bed-

| tooms. drawing and dining rooms, pantry
out offices. Garage. Dial 2490. ‘

18.1.50—3n

y Philip coast, fully
furnished, Garages, Servant Rooms,
Bathing beach. From March Ist. $50
per month. Phone 4476, :
6.1,50—t.f.n.

HOUSE—Fully furnished at Woodside
Gardens, Bay St. Mid-February to June.
Phone 3189, 18.1.49—2n.

Aelita ons te

HOUSES—Unfurnished Bungalow at
Maxwells, almost new with 3 bedroon:s
access to sea. Furnished Bungalow o9n
sea at St. Lawrence, 3 bderooms. Unfur-
nished and furnished houses at Little

Kent (2 & 3 bedrooms). Furnished
House “Rose Hill”, St. Peter, 4 bed-
rooms. DIXON & BLADON, Real Estate
Agents, Plantations Buildings, Phone
4640. 20.1.50—1n

“FARAWAY”, St.







PUBLIC SALES





AUCTION
UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE



HOUSE -- Monday 23rd. at 1 p.m,
8th Avenue (New Orleans) Kensington

Land, Board & Shingle house 20 x 12x 8
Kitchen, closet and some palings. Teria<
Cash R. Archer Mc Kenzie. 20.1.50—3n

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

BY instructions received from the In-
surance Agents I will seil at the Genera,
Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd., Nelson Street,
on FRIDAY 20th at 2 p.m. (1) Biack
A.40 Austin Car (Partly new) Damaged.
Terms Cash. VINCENT GRIFFITH.

Auctioneer.
14.1.50—4n





NDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 24th by order of
Dr. Leonard Hutson we will sell
his Furniture at the Pine Live
Stock Station,
which includes
Dining Table (seat 6), Upright
Ornamenv’ Tables, very
good Lounge Chairs, with Canvas
Backs and Seats, Cocktail Cabinet
all in Mahogany, Corner Settee,
Rugs, Card Tables, Glass and
}China, Plated Tea Service, Din-
ner and Tea Services, Singer Sew-
ing Machine, Electric Hot Plate,
Toaster and Iron, Simmons Sin-
gle Bedstead and Spring wivh
Dunpillo Mattress, Single Oak
Bedsteads, Springs and Deep
Sleep Beds, Mahogany and Pine
Dressing Tables, Large Painted
Pine Press, Deal Tables, Larder,
Kitchen Dressers, Kitchen Uten-
sils, 3-Burner Valor Oil Stove,
and other items.

Sale at 11.45 o'clock.







Terms CASH,
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers.
20,1.50.—2n.,
REAc ESTATE



The undersigned will offer for sale a
their Office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday, 20th day of January

eo eco

D ADS. PrRLe Novices |



|





1950, at 2 p.m,

The messuage or Dwelling House
| called “PARKVILLE” and the land
‘thereto, containing 1,829 square feet

situate at White Park opposite The* Bar-
bados Foundry.
Inspection any day except Sundays

between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m
on

application to the tenant Mr. Boyce. |
further particulars and conditions
Sale, apply to:—
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 4,330
square feet, situate at 9th Avenue.
Belleville.

The Dwelling House comprises Gallery,
Drawing & Dining Rooms, 2 Bedroo:ns,
one with Dressing room and running
vater in each, Breakfast room, Kitch-
iette, Toilet and Bath.
Gas installed; Servant’s
Garage in Yard.

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 4 p.m..and 6 p.m
cn application on the premises, Dial
2115,



room and

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.
11,1, 50—8n

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
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

SsisaeEEEEDEEEneeeeereeeeeeeeee
COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two baths,
electricity, water, on the sea, own private
bathing beach, 1% acres of land Vege-
table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgetown
at Garden, St. James. Enquiry Sandy-
fields St. Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the

premises Garden, St. James.
20.1.50—15n.



“THE BANYANS”
thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31's
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate.

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.3
a.m, and 4 p.m. and © p.m. on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises, Dial 3771.

The above property will be set up for
Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree,
Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day oi
February 1950. at 2 p.m.

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20.1.50—13n
a

“SCAFELL,"" St. Philip, close Dis-
trict ‘C’ Police Station. Newly built com-
pact 3 bedrooms Bungalow with lounge
| dining room, kitchen,, washroom, front
& rear porches, servants’ quarters, garage
Concrete construction with Aluminum
roof. All in first class condition. Cod-
rington School 2% miles; Lodge 1%
| miles; Crane & Sam Lords 4 miles.
| Owner leaving Colony. Opportunity to
| acquire fine little property at low cost

With the land





| £1,900. DIXON & BLADON. Rea
Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Plantations
| Building, Phone 4640. 20.1.50—1n.

RESIDENCE St. Michael, Brighton

Black Rock, Commodious § room-
perty built of stone and timbe









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TAKE NOTICE

“MELLO-KREEM”

That Roberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michae
Barbados. B.W.I. has applied
registration of a trade mark in connectior
h “Table Margarine” and will b
entitled to register the same after on
month 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

Dated this 17th day of January, 1950

LLIAMS,

G. C. WE S.
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.
19.1.50-<3,.

TAKE NOTICE

“GLOW-SPREAD”

Reberts Manufacturing Co
Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michne*
Barbados, B.W.I. has applied for th
registration of a trade mark in con
nection with “Table Margarine” anx
will be entitled to register the sami
after one month from the 18h day oj}
January .1950 unless some Person shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of oppisition of suc?
registration. The trade mark can b
seen on application at my office.

Dated this 17th day of Junuary, 1950

G. C. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.

19.1.50—3:
COMBERMERE SCHOOL ENTRANCE
EXAMINATION 1950



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT
1. The Examination will be heid



Saturday next, January 21st at 9 aan
at Combermere School.

2. All candidates should present them-
selves at the School from 8 «a.m
onward, and bring two sharpened
pencils.

3. The Examination will continue until
about 11.30 a.m:

4. Successful candidates will be notified
by post.

Major C. NOOTT, T.D., B.A.
Headmaster.




20.1.50—2n



In The Court of Chancery

BARBADOS. ;

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act
1906, I do hereby give notice to ail per-
sons having or claiming any estate, righ
or interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or affecting the property hereinafte:
mentioned (the property of the Defen-
dant) to bring before me an account o
their claims with their witnesses, docu-
ments and vouchers to be examined by
me on any Tuesday or Friday between



the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'clock ir
the afternoon at the Registration Office
Public Buildings Bridgetown before th:
3rd day of March 1950 in order tha
such claims may be reported. on anc
ranked according to the nature an:
priority thereof respectively, otherwise
such persons will be precluded from th:
benefits of any decree and deprived «
all claims on or against the said property
HUGH OWEN SAINT
CLAIR CUMBERBAT("
—Plainti?.
CLARICE EDRINGTON HINDS
and
TRIS DOTTIN
—Defendants
ALL THAT certain piec:
or parcel of land situate a
the Garden in the parisk
of Saint James and Isian:
of Barbados (made up c
two portions containing one
Rood twelve Perches
thirteen and one hal
Perches) the whole contain
ing by admeasurement One
Rood Twenty Five and One
Half Perches or thereabouts
and abutting and bounding
on lands of Fred Alleyne
on lands of Rosina Thomas
on lands of the estate o!
G. T. Alleyne deceased, an
lands of the estate of
Rachael Hinds deceased. on
lands of the estate of
Catherine Prescod deceased,
and on the Public Road or
however else the same may
abut and bound Together
with the messuage or
dwelling house thereon and
all other buildings ano
erection (whether freeholc
or chattel) on the said
parcel of land erected and
built standing and being
with ail and every the ap-
putenances,

PROPERTY:

Bill filed 16th November 1949,
29th December 1949.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery,
30.12.49—3n





PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(The Provost Marshal’s Act 1904 (1904—6)
Section 30).

On Friday the 3rd day of February,
1950 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the after-
noon will be sold at my office to the
highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value.

All that certain piece of Land contain-
ing by admeasurement 3 Roods, 26
Perches situate in Parish of Christ
Chureh butting and bounding on lands
now or late of the Estate of J. Mapp
(dec'd), on lands of Staple Grove Plan-
tation, on lands of G. E. Brathwaite,
and on the Public Road at Staple
Grove together with the messuage or
Dwelling Houses, Buildings and shop
thereon &c., appraised as follows :— the
whole property appraised to two thou-
sand five hundred and ninety six dollars
($2,596.00), Attached from Charles
for and towards satisfaction, &c,

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase.

Sed. V. H, B. ROCHEFORD,
Provost Marshal, Actg. |
Provost Marshal's Office,
14th January, 1950,

i



17.1.50—3n,

NOTICE
1. Tenders sre invited for the exclu-



sive right to sell liquors etic. and
to serve lunches and teas at Ken-
sington Oval during the Tourna-
ment. (Approximately from Febru-
ary 7th to February 2ist.)

2. Tenders are also invited for the
transportation of the British Guiana
Team from Abbeville Guest House
to the Oval during the tournament.

3. Tenders must reach the undersigned
at C. F. Harrison & Co.'s Office
not later than 4 p.m. on Monday
January 23rd.

4. The Association does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any
tender.

THE BARBADOS CRICKET
ASSOCIATION INC.
W. F. HOYOS.
Honorary Secretary.
8.1,50—6n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of GENERAL AGEN-
CIES Co., ((B'dos) Ltd, of High Street
City for permission to sell Spirits, Malt
Liquors, &c., at First floor of No. 14
High Street, City.

Dated this 18th day of January 1959
To: H. A. TALMA,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
R. B. HARRISON,
for Applicanis
N.B.—This application will be consid-
at

“A"', on Monday

the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o'cloch

-m.
rar H. A, TALMA,
Police Magistrate, ‘Dist. “A”
20.1.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Edwin H. Brancn
ot Beckles Road, St. Michael for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &¢«
at a board and shingle shop attached
to residence at Beckles Road, St. Michael.

Dated this 18th day of January 1950.
To: E. A. McLEOD, Esq.

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

E. H. BRANCH,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, “A”, om Monday
the 30th day of January 1950 at 11 o’clo. k
oe E. A, McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’
20.1.50—I1n









Puohlie Sales—Conid.
REAL ESTATE









well placed on the hill ‘
; Pull Sanata from the} PROPERTY: House and Land, Almond
€ It may be sold with or withou'| Grove near Reaches Plantation, St. Lax i
‘ acres of potential building; Cam be inspected any a : he week |
IXON & ADON, Real Estate| on application to Mr ellirg
pe i 7 Plantations Build-| P. & H. Homestead, Paynes Bay, st {
20.1.60—In° Jemes. 18.1.5



|
|
office.



OUR
GUARANTEE
De Witt’s Pills are

form to rigid standards of purity.

DeWITT’S PILLS

for Kidney and Bladder Troubles



GOVERNMENT NOTICE




= °

Trinidad Police

“ 7 >

Get 2-Way Radio

Mr. Rod Stewart, Regional
Supervisor and Engineer of Pye
Ltd., of Cambridge, England, who
has recently returned from a visit
to Trinidad accompanied by his
wife, says that the Trinidad Police
Force has ordered through his
Company the very latest form of
V.HLF. (Very Highest Frequency )
two way radio systems, at a cost
of approximately $40,000, This
new system is of the very latest
form known to modern science,
and will replace the existing High
Frequency (H.F.) system at pres-
ent being used by the Force. It
operates on wavelengths shorter
even than Television, and cannot
be tuned in on ordinary house-
hold radios. Only a bare mini-
mum of operations are needed in
} the use of this equipment. It is
j in fact as simple as the ordinary
household telephone to operate
whether from a moving vehicle,
or a fixed site.

Fined for Swearing

Two fines were imposed on
Charles McArthur Edwards of
Mile and Quarter, St. Pever yes-
terday by His Worship Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell.

The first fine was 5/- in seven
days or in default seven days’
imprisonment for swearing on the
Wharf on January 18 and £1 to
be paid in 28 days or in default
one month’s imprisonment for
resisting P.C. 148 Branker while
‘in vhe execution of his duty.

| Fined 3/- tor Overloading

Leslie Coward of St. Joseph was
fined 3/- in seven days or seven
days’ imprisonment by His Wor-
ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
yesterday for overloading the *bus
on December 13.





INCOME TAX NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-| Mrs.

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 incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued

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
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following |

respective dates :

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3l1st
day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,

Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not |

situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950,

1950.
2.
3,
uary, 1950.
Commissioner
NOTE:

Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-

F. CLAIRMONTE
of Income Tax and Death Duties,

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.

10.1.50.—19n,

—siroreregeneenererenaghtuinnntnaininienaninsilihinehictscheisik- akc nim: it

University College

of the West Indies,



BARBADOS GOVERNMENT EXHIBITIONS,



THE Government of Barbados has made funds available for pro-

viding two exhibitions tenable
Indies from October 1950,

Candidates must be persons who are natives of Barbados o1
children of natives of Barbados or children of persons who are
domiciled and have been resident in Barbados for a period of not less

than ten years,
Barbados for a period of not less
ceding 31st January, 1950 and be
that date. They must also have

They must have been receiving their education in

than three years immediately pre-
under the age of twenty years on
passed or be exempt from the

Matriculation examination of the University of London.

If suitable candidates presen

t themselves, the awards will be

made as the result of an examination to be held during the week

beginning 27th 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

Mapp | 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 Col
will be required:—

(a) to submit to the Director

lege Exhibition, each exhibitioner

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 :—
(b)

to enter and commence residence at the University College

of the West Indies as soon as possible, and keep terms
continuously till his or her Exhibition expires: and—

(e)

to send a certificate of satisfactory diligence and conduct

to the Director of Education, Barbados, at the close of
each academic year, signed by the Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the Wast

Indies,

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

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

which they propose to offer in the examination.

become members and the subjects
Entries must be

teceived by the Registrar of the University College of the Wes:
Indies, Mona, Jamaica, British West Indies, before 31st January,

1950.
(1)
(2)
(3)

The entry form must be

a detailed school record.

accompanied by:—

a recent certificate of good health.
a birth certificate or other good evidence of age.



WANTED

HELP
YOUNG LADY for our Office at Three
Houses recta St. Philip. For. furthe

particulars to the Manager.
14,1,50—6n





Wliiams, } eg Broac
Street. 15.1.50—Tn

SERVANT—A general servant witr
good knowledge of Reference
required. Apply WOODY, Pine Hiil
St. Michael. 20.1.50—2n

agement? tl
COOK—An experienced cook and 4





Domestic Servant. Apply Hamilton,
Worthing View Gap.
20.1,50—In
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TO HIRE

CHAIR—An invalid chair for use in}

mall house. Apply N. B. Howell, Bay |
Street.

Clean Old Rall

ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM

\

Maya,, Yawl Stortebecker, Sch. Mary M.

Lewis,

W. Smith, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch.
Reginald N

vietta,
Yacht

Stavenger, Sch.

Sch

King, from St. Vv







In Carlisle Hay

Seh. Hazell Scott, Sch.

Swedish Barquetin ie
Beegie, Sch. Endeavour
Barca De Oro.

ARRIVALS
BELQUEEN,

Owners

N

MAY. |

STELLA POLARIS.
nia? tone net. Capt. Dahl, from Martin-

Agents: Du Costa & Co. Ltd

Dutch S.S. Haarlem,’ 2.236 tons net,

Wallace, Sch. Marea Hen-
Bae
Lady Patricia, §.S. Copinsay,

#4 tons net. Capt
incent; Agents: Schooner

Capt. Nuhoff, from Martinique; Agent.
S. P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.
DEPARTURES
R.M.S. LADY RODNEY, 4,907
net, Capt. LeBlanc, for St. Lucia; Agent
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd.

Frances

MV.

Ketch Jones & Co., Lid.

Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd., advise S.S. Evanthia,

that

S.S, Pygmalion, §.S. Alcoa
M.V. Bonaire, 8.S. Pacific Star, S.S.
Sun Valley, S.S. Paraguay, S.S.' Alcoa

From

Joseph Marshall, Nirmaldas Kirpalani,
Edward Ford, John Sellier, John Me-
Cregsor, Hven Walton, Patricia McClade,
Maria Knowles, Stanley Knowles, Norma
Riley, Monica Riley, Rosario De Lima,

they

S.S. Patuca, S.S.



N ~

IN PORT: Aux. Ketch Leander, Sen
Molly N. Jones, Sch. Manuata, Yacht

ARRIVALS—By B.1W.LA.L.

TRINIDAD:

can now communicate with
the following ships through their Bar-
bados Coast Station:—

§.S. Stella Polaris, S.S. White Clover,

S.S. Viggo. Hanstee

Pegasus,

Moore, ae
Farmer, A
EB eee

For ANTI $

Me. Wilfred Peters, Mrs. ,
His Lordship Bishop Davis, Mr, Edwain
‘Thompson

Mark Greenhill and

Mary Dav

and Mr. Daniel Walwyn.

3

8:

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.
for Trinidad; Agents: H. Jason

Schooner W. L. Bunicia, 38 toas net,

Capt. Joseph, for Dominica; Agetits:
Schooner Owners’ Association.
S.S. Alcoa Planter, 3,931 Capt. Ohren, for St. Vincent; Agents:
. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
Dutch S.S. Haarlem, 2,236 tons ne’,

Capt. Nuhoff, for Trinidad; Agents: S. P.

Stella Polaris, 2,747
for Grenada;
a.

n,

8.8. C. G. Thulin, S.S, Thelma IV, S.S.

: = Doiores, 8:8.
Uruguay/Wimeo, SF emawa, §
Gerona, a S.S. Monte Ayala,

William Moore, Mr. Berry

is.

—

tons }

Arthur De Lima, Emerson Ramsay, For ST. LUCIA:

Eamund Springer, Barbara Jones, Miss Kathryn wimer, Miss Pearly
Florence Jones, Francis Bult, John Fontenell, Mr, Eardley Myles, Mrs
Davies, John Haines, Charles Quinn and Edna Myles, Mon. Louis Cools-Lartigue,
James Scott. Hon. Alfred Bayne, Master Oswald
| Theabalds, Mr. James Johnson and Mr.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.1LA.L. Guy Gordon.

For TRINIDAD: For JAMAICA:

Mrs. Ellen Yarde, Mr. Harold Hares, Mr, Alfred Blackett, Mr. Bertram
Mr. Charles Kum, Mrs. Monte Grant, Kaye, Mrs, Mary Little, Mr. Simon

Mabelle Moore,

Rev. FitzGerald

Bloomberg and Mr. Charles Walters.





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ma iti Venezuelans
a Youve got if in the bay,.champ! Ait (By THOMAS HARDIE)
fo _)\) Fr youve gotier do is Keep away from PARIS, (By Mail). , (Barbados Advocate Coxres
= enact ermnasnennasorriery -< ' then knock’ | One of the most influentia ARACAS, Jan. 19 }
- wr ay i ms * iT left and a 2 eames in Europe to-dey is Im the secand Polo Match ver-
rout poertfolio"—he doesn't} 5US Tazon, Venezuela scor ur}

oul— just like in all the bye-clection with

bous > jen | meed one. and Barbados 2 (Michelin
z Pancho Segura, of Guayaquik| Venezuela Clyne seored 2. Lan-|
| Bcuador, carries his credentials der 1, and Rodriguez |
}epenly and nonchalantly under| Barbados played a better garn
}his arm—they are three bright.) against a stronger side. xa

shiny tennis rackets. - | game was very fast throughout.

Sect nota 4] ai vince meen ee 10-day professional tennis tour af|riding hard and playing well.

London and “Paris, taking i a5 The field was much faster.

seriously as-anmy
diplomat. were excellent —'By Cable.) B [ JFF ER
Dressed in sport shirt and slacks,

and with a _ draped — an

armeh oa in : lobby ris’ tured the South American men’s

Bl ea his rte. =? em singles title. The following year, SERVED ON
“Many Europeans have never he came to the U.S. to attend

; a ee Miami University, but “mostly to
heard of Ecuador, or if they have, | play tennis.”
they think it is some South Paciile| ""l; paid off... In 1946, he won SUNDAY NIGHT

island . . . they think Pm en ua- the U.S. Indoor Singles titie, and

eran because 1 am the srvailest | 1947, before turning pro, tie From 7 to 10 O'clock
ond Gate ae tee, vive | See eee championship.

others in the tour ave Jack iin. He has visited France, and Paris,
er. Frank Parker and Put: ‘ho! five times, as well as touring ¢ 1d
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t : ; By — pe . 9 And in Paris he surprised even | LORé Island, and from his “home
(= 458 NO IN 2nd TRIAL || “tx | England. WI?) 2 ear Sag D
me ° | ; Love all, : ™ © | the world’s best—in two quick, en
i 5 : N. : , sets, and then going on the next! nee Dinan -~
mel a C. B. WILLIAMS of Carlton treated the crowd to sofr 2} { $ so3 3 yor eee ‘ evening to down Parker with ——— s
Be hig magnificent stroke playing when he scored 128 not out| $ oA Q wep : gh suncdsmemiit Can equal ease and polish. The crowd | a FOR
F _ which included 14 fours and one six against Mr. Goddard's i AK Q8 i Goddard will captain the West weet ee ee aes tad eet | | ¥. ®
XI as the second trial match in preparation for the Barbados-| i ag y; its 1642! Indies team against England this! orthodox two-handed stroke. -| . td MarR
j i British Guiana Intercolonial Tournament in February, wes ; So's Sas $ | summer ‘has set people wondering| Present plans call for another | E
’ is started yesterday at Kensington Oval. : 3 ; : 32 ¢ ; . 5 a ae re eee number will be.| year of professional tennis, and | AMA \
{ | 3 od O52 i 1e M.C.C. remain silent for the) then “settling down” to promote \|
q i Mr. E. A. V. Williams’ XI bat- reluctant to leave his wicket.| ¢ Ss. : time being but there are many| the game—in South America if]
; ting the whole day has scored 252 | After this Drayton was very un- : 3 8 70%2 : rumours linking the name of Reg] possible. }
ey runs for the loss of five wickets |decided and was bowled by Roy| 3 @KI95 : Simpson, the Notts amateur, with} “Tennis is still a rich man’s|
in their first innings. John God- | Marshall while in the effort to hit} ; 4 964 - | job. Denis Compton has also} sport down there. I would like to ’
i ‘¢ dard won the toss and sent injout. Proverbs joined Williams) : _ North bids Two Clubs and 3 j been suggested as a likely can-| introduce it to the general public,
i { Mr. Williams’ XI to bat. and at the end of the day’s play| ¢ 7... » nes walnee or > posi- = | didate. But my. information is} take the monopoly away from the | |
: ; ‘ they were undefeated with Wil-| } Hearts bis Roe — meh | that the M.C.C. do not consider) country club set,” Pancho said. ————————E— SELES :
¢ 5 _ Carew and Taylor opened the jjiams 128 (giving two chances, | $ North shows the character $ | the time ripe to have professional) “There are two big hurdles . . | { 4
innings for Mr. Williams’ XI. |one when Johnny Lucas failed to| 4 of hie hand with Two No 3 | captains for Test matches. Trevor} First, the game is simply too ex- | . aa
Carew took the first ball from |take a return from him and| : 4ivmps South tries Three | Bailey, of Essex, may get the} pensive. Most of the equipme IT IS GOOD VA If
) | § Diamonds and N ‘ — | Pi e equipment | 4
Mullins and played it to John | Proverbs 28. uf Sermo Go" aes he bids | job, but my guess is that Freddie} must now be imported from Eng- | ag
Goddard felding at short leg. | The match continues on Satur- | § that 2 th i rae ald ot tener : | Brown, who led England in the| land or the United States ; | SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE 3
The second ball he watched care- | day i Gach BL sy Heast f | last two Tests against New Zea-| We've got to and a South Ameri- pear Mines: oF ek | in White, Gold, Pink and BI a
; pa 2 = ee The Scores :— 1 3 : jand a year, will be Goddard’s| van wood okay for rackets , oon : gone, of me a ie
‘cod. E. naon bowling with | mr. EA. V. WILLIAMS’ Xi—tst Innings| to t lead isa trump 3 | counterpart. , E in Amara quickly! \}) SpUuN, RAYON in P
Mullins began hls over to Taylor |" S50 Sot Now Wood vaio lie a Met | iievaligiote No Federation ee eee ae icn en nie, Ges, aass.a Sal
‘ay got = pony oo » |X. Lucas © Goddard b Atkinsor on gic ys WK, West | “And secondly, there is no - It builds up ‘the body-cells | SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $120
‘the leg in hir ll and {c w.k. Wood b M | $e South enters | South A ; : % bringing a return of youthful ;
. - c ae arith : ut merican tennis feder ; | Nei
, seemed tobe getting well over wot out 12a | 8 with @A, crosses to | - sontt vigour. Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof
the Hew ball v ob R. Marshall 23 | & dummy with @Q and cashes$ | a le ' ennis ation, no overall organization.
. Gc s not out + } : @®K and @Q, on which he : } Each country has its own associ- It creates a fund of nervous ri 0
In his second over Mullins sen! i $ discards his two Clubs #8 § | ition, but no tie-in . . . I would - energy and re-vitalizes the ak ADWAY DRESS sill
. sit ' Tot a — 4 $ is now ruffed by South, who § like ch ” ivities of the e * \
down a maiden. In Atkinson's Total (for 5 wkts 2a | § leads his last tri et Start F b 6 ike to change all that. activities of the.entice system.
second over Carew attempting to wii bs calcian) tek 3 ee ¥0 ; toads tasles Sree. Waste : | Ss e ° . Pancho already is making plans | When run-down, lacking in | =S=sssssee
pusti one through the slips was | 1 or tes ae. ee Heart trick only is & THE C : ae to take three U.S. stars down to) 9 energy or suffering from | -—— 0 I Saar
caught by Gerald Wood behind \ | 3 conceded 5 E Committee of Management| South America this summer for a suankhens, there is-no | "
} the stumps. BOWLING ANALYSIS | leneeesstacsesnserecsasessensnasnaneense” of the B.T.T.A. has decided to| “goodwill” tour. In addition to| better tonic than \|
5 eal op ee London 89” * Bervice. start Table Tennis on Tuesday,) %!ving exhibitions, they will con- | i |
The score was
; f et. ae Se ae February 6 juct free tennis clinics f | oo |
or the loss of one wicket. N. | C Mullins i9 5 52 om ' doe BS Chane 295 prom~
: one wicket. ON. |e Atkinson a ae ising youngsters in all the major _ "1
Lucas joined Taylor. Mullins at | 5° Lice ae This year’s Inter-Club games | citie . Pe unriva 2
. itt ie a ; ) J » s - es ici Ss. e |
oe ee eo en i H King : s : " ¢ The Weather will be teams of three playeis “They don’t have enough com- 1v’S AN {|
a ones to rise awkwardly v neetl R Mesgail y 2 28 1 each playing nine singles. aan or the snapee to see really | j
was frequently beate i in- oe" ; TO-DAY rg a fa at tee ennis .. . ey are good, ae 1
a areca omen by Atkin | eo cS $F 48H aan 88 om pape uate sod, Been a, hat ey i G R
i from comfortable while facing pee ~ Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m. Y.M.C.A., on Gotuniey mornings ite inthe St = | | t
hern ; : eee Pte . se in s,"? | i}
‘Caught by Goddard Rifle Shooting | Then sg Quarter) Jan- || Since the Trinidad and British) He niahed Enricuie Moere, of PRODUCT | |
aan ug y ar | \ Lighting: 6.30 fone visits, many clubs have] Argentina, as the test in South ce ee a
nson however, had him : 6.30 p.m. affiliated, but there is still more!| America at the moment, followed
caught by John Goddard who High Water; 5.46 am to be done : ; yp Sew wees Manufactured and Guaranteed by
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Walcott replaced N. S. Lucas ana po YESTERDAY Clubs who desire to be affiliated | Brazil, BAO Wiewe,, Of | Oalnabic rom all Chemisty, Stores, ete. in B.A I. are here again
took his first knock from Johnny Rainfall (Codrington) .36 ins. are asked to submit names of ees got an early tennis start ten ea teaver taslan Pe
Lucas. Walcott took a single off " Total for month to yesterday: players along with the affiliation | His father, Domingo ‘Segura, - - Ideal for travei-
lam in his first ball. O- 2.54 in fee of $2.00 to the Honorary Sec-| ag +) a, Mer | ——_-_—__——
Nee ee anh cunt” Walcott | morrow on s. etary, af flan Ge Weene ae j ager of the Guayaquil Tennis Club, | | 1]
was out trying to | Titel) ete Temperature (Max.) 82.5 °F. Costa’ & Co. Ltd snesees S| DUE the fret racket in his hands | | ling by road, rail
. ™s 0 é | . Barbados Rifle Association empera ° ee . a e age of six. |
a +) ing o hook one after | THE B } i Rifl A T p ture (Min.) 68.0 F S e 0 on or be fore t th f si j 5 » ra
ducking from one which rose | will hold its first S Ss} Wind D : . Wednesday, January 25. In i939, at the > of 17 |
dangerously near to his chest. He 19 50 pol aaa T os 7 (3 oes 5999999093 eal oe 7 a stm ad | oe ” wits
; : 1% , commenc t -m.) N.E, 690090 ‘ y y . sea, P
— one a i i Wi oe 1 p.m. Competitors will, fire 10 wind’ Velocity ie sikob per a el 7 ¥ FOL K WINDS |
xt man in after Walcott faced| pounds to c at 800 yarda ¢ % | | :
Atkinson fro (pi se ot : ount at 300 yards and hour, 2 , : % 1 | } their renowned
— ow aeee bend. | 600 yards. Highest possible score|| Barometer (9.a.m.) 29.996 We offer Termite-proof Board % || ‘
watched every ball carefully pe Be AP eee ie any Hole be (3 p.m.) 29.925. a x | BY THE SEA | lightness makes
an a ; ic > ‘opped point 2 . in
Saulltce kas oe ee oe + } handicap system as usual for Ceilings. Partitions. ete. % |
over to A. M. Taylor. In thet With the tour to Bisley only | —-—--—-—-——+——- --—----—- QI il] them indispens-
fourth ball of that over Williams| jcc months off, great interest and) 4 , “ ASBESTOS WOOD + | | e
took a four with e« beautiful on keen shooting can be expected Sorry | can’t see you! x | able for Air
“ drive in onepntigyeairpange aeet iecaonginemnitiatll : , 3/16” thick, 4’ x 8 sheets || RESIDENCE |
wd Skipper Goddard brought i ; | hi all 1} Travel
: H. Ae King for J. H Lucas to | BB {3 C R di Don’t et t 1S § UNITEX WALLBOARD x | OF {
yeeee who took four runs in + oe a o i % % DISTINCTION
s second ball. Slow right arm | h 14” thick, 4’ x 8’, 9’ 4 , %
) spinner Kenneth Goddard was | Pro ramime oppen e you . FAY ee |
a | brought on for Mullins and Wil- | 2 % y
PY | i liams took four runs off his first | FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1950 ae vel % UNITEX HARDBOARD 7 ¥ | arvnacs
over. When the score was 50,; 7 am. The News: 7.1 ‘ Don’t be sorry— x ” : %
Fenched in 90 minutes, Williams | Ansiysis; 7.15 am. Think on thew | &© safe using Amolin. » % \" thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’, 10’ sheets x | Acaamenbaslon
at waded Atkineon * 22 Williams | Shings 7.90 . m Foom, the Third Pro Prevents perspiration odors iN * | NCLUDIN P .
AY ins se ~ p gramme; 7,50 a.m. Interlude; 8 a.m ; r F |
by Pa ary for poe S 100 ae ae | From the Editorials; h 10 am. Pro. | % Does not harm clothes atti UNITEX TILEBOARD %1I FURNISHED } T1IC@_.~ -----~.-- ----:---9- ;
: el 120 minutes #0) Boor pees a5 a.m. London Ligh! | #¢Opes not ietitate skin Aon oy x 17 -
After lunch Taylor was soon A; alyale ints Beers 12.10 p.m. New © Cream, Green, White, 4’ x 4, 6’ sheets % | .
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PB @ Store was 128 for 4 wickets, | SPet's Review; 2.30 n, Drehe Gien NON & HAYNES (‘0 Tp al
ee oAe Taylor in his stay at the witket,| (rane): 3p me The | Yeas “of Tria THE THING TO USE IS % “9 : % 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
oe iF had struck eight fours, He scored | Service; 4.15 p.m. Nights aivihe cone = 1h -: PHONE 4267 :- a ai
fe 4's 62. 5 p.m Pano Playtime; 5.15 p.m. Pro U N G U i. N TI N t < - % a A
i vit anni Drayton joined Williams Gee Pecckehoees ibe ct. Yor@tcds 5 ee SOBEBSSOOSSSSOGOEO66"
‘ ' ullins although bowling steadily | * ?.™ New Records; 6.45 p.m. Antholos No half-woy measures can . SSS . —
| sea took some rough handling from} Anes.» ee era New do what soothing, antiseptic /. ; \ —$——— ==>
' C. B. Williams as he shuffled! 7.45 p.m. Ds ae ee Endian Diaty NG ‘
I yi yed aervoss the wicket and \ & an ANCE usic; 8 p.m. Radi UNGUENTINE will do to y | we
f and executed | Newsteel; 8.15 p.m BBC Northerr va j 1.1
Me full-blooded drives to the bound- | Qe SO eres ee pers oegche | ‘- iv
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* i” ary. ae | The Debate Cohnua be ¥ a b ~ nian? wereere . 9 0. i rom
; : _ At 150—which was knocked up } it from here; 10 p.m. 19% Festival i te vere 11.001
et | in 145 minutes — Williams was} (4s°p m World Aifaims tl pat ahs rs 11.18
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PAGE FOUR THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY .1 \\f\ny ^ J BARBADOS Elii* r SIX CEXT TREES A JOB FOR EVERV ONE Friday. January H MW Elementary Teaching IN a circular to Ihe ht>adtearh(! Elementary Schools, the Director of cation has suggested the teaching of Latin. Spanish, mathematics and science as additional subjects to the present curriculum. The matter has been widely discussed by teachers, and the general public gradually tensing the implications of the change, are now wondering what will happen to the educational system of this island. There are two general comments to be made in any examination of the issues involved and they open up wide fields of discussion and give rise to grave anxiety. No one could object to additional subjects in an attempt to produce the ideal system but it is necessary to ensure first that the teaching of subjects now on the curriculum in the elementary schools has reached the highest standard; and secondly that there is an adequate supply of teachers and equipment to embark on the teaching of these additional subjects Close examination of the details of the change must involve the employment of fetal knowledge which has B been brought to bear by any body" of experts in this island. The first approach to the matter, if such change were found to be desirable and necessary is to ascertain how manv teachers in the 126 elementary schools are qualified to teach the subjects which it is now proposed to add to the curriculum. Any such census might disclose that the number is too small to justify the attempt. It is true that there are teachers in the elementary schools who Cambridge and School Certificates, but becau'. lOB which obtained under the old pupil teachers' system before, assistants would have studu mentary algebra and geometry at the third and fourth year examinations in preparation for the certificate examinations. Such smattering ol knowledge as they gained in mathematics was forgotten by the majority •on as they had qualified. Even these ns added together could not supply one qualified teacher fa school. There arc perhaps a number who entered the teaching service on the strength of the Cambridge or School certificate ami be able to teach Latin up to the required •Undard; but those qualified to leach Spanish are few and far between. It is clear that the time which would be ied in the teaching of extra subjects • should lie devoted to the fundamentals on which all the other educational attainments arc based. The present standard as evinced by the performances of those scholars who now leave the elementary schools is far from satisfactory and to reduce the opportunity to improve this condition is far from I able. The question arises as to the furnishing of equipment. TBS) books used in tl mentary schools are now furnished I mment; and the question arises whether it is proposed, and from source, to supply the necessary textbooks ar.ish, mathematics and science. The parents of pupils of IB* schools have been described as pe opV are unable to meet the financial df I of education for their ctiildi much they might desire to do so. It would follow naturally that they arc unable to supply textbooks for the additional subThese details seem to raise issues • a before any attempt can introduce the change suggested. %  question of tile primary function school The teaching three Ba has been tsU I mucn comment and criticism in this laid teaching of English which il to any citizen of the British I say the least, highly unsatisfactory To add subjects which will detract li ary function of the schools dislocate the *>v LAST bristled witr. Il> LM W.I.I. type of individual permitted enjr.d for whal purpo"imiln Individual seeks to enter equal Colony, such mm. be retarded >• meenon. For example. •ne-e are mem the street ol Bridgetown who are] lund H< Vrr4 lsWrfiii.-r LONDON, (By Mail). THERE will be jobs for almost ... Br ; IK working population in unemployed Notrtof them are! !950 no matter which he election Barbadians by mrth. and while. in the opinion of Labour Ministry ..mciais and iianril ~ o lh ** r P 11 *"' maT ""* te tnrir ow '' experts in industry and u :T the local ewniuiutyare ^ forecast f or continued lull em) '' %  '" I^T^LT^Ji'J^A^^ ment, however carries several important rewould certainly see* ;e took no part m the .ble^orenv Had •£*><££ servations: that no new dollar crisis forces 9 STunS'tS-iZ.SSS&g&S' £? ^^n!£-£. "'* !" ts mimports and that industrial peace Enthralled .peeutors also learnof the hammer from Chai-man them on their arrival. P~ !" un ! is preserved. ed thai fishing euu smith, who cnplained that he they had come • % %  "' h "J If supplies of raw materials can be main-' Colon, exempt from could not hew. but from the atttadult aye. ttvejcouM be senlea* &&%u! R W B BAKED %  a m — AUSTRALIAN BAaTLTTT BASTOS POR". Bottle OIII\MIt For TO-DAV led n! Lhing til Uau.ll, ^ 3 15 2S 51 VniMFA M IB 1! fl ! LB here when ol j enter fc.~Cota "l"'not hear"."buTfron. the atUadult W. *S r ^ *** n B iS5 custom, duly. nd mat iabertude ot mo* of the honourable and the !" ^*E£MJM3man is a "nshe • %  en he M not rrnann. very where it ^^a^Trvnldad col ashes from a kal IBs prospects of forests •.a deposit from any""*. !" luxury y wood, dottta* th>. uland matter from whatpart of the at, wa landscape are a. far away as m %  *•*•. who amve, .Tthout a re"""" %  mMt *" mt iefTnit^lS "witnoTS? coHec, ,„. „„ I. .mend the Nat ^ £,£&. ment tide G Act of IMS proJuced becomes Ihe financial responsibUelec-.ed BOMM M P> *>* >nt*r-sting commenu from ity of the ••.sanding' ^^ !" m f ix , r( ..., ...... M i Mr A:: m %  ffM wOm 4 %  M IMc. a abate idMM k u the proposal to make i x of strangers to the Colony Mr Allder's mind. ch is comPBymentof -ix neighbouring islands and rnendable. but this; island, as Mnewly plante-j %  'u rth *r AeH. Mr AlWer Crawford pointed out cannot (mahogany an-i X" that strangers entered the afford to hinder, much less kee.i Ihe "pv-< %  Uw clauic island without any difficulty, and out. those who would come here that once .ained as long as they wished, fur the purpese of. . %  %  )[*•-' that the-* peop.e crcaung employment. Wr.cn ^peaK•ributed little to the well beining on the matter of gove-nmw.. m this, it would subsidy for approved trees. Mr. ,1 you are I., r "' AHder favour, a Allder referred to the saying of your six • %  o*t'Onn. which, it being "ehsesaper to ouy mUk than aforementioned >x throughout the road of history, has j^fP-J^T"-^" 1 !" !" *. !" 1 cents will cost a fine %  f SM.00 for not proved a payinj game The cow there will be no milk uniesa DM firs* „ ubia rhjt senior member for St John warn be imported in tins, and unless ed nte Government of the danger Barbados has more empk of strangers being permitted u tcugher A ill ;: become fo.;h<*D nour was srK: %  r ihe Colony, setting up busiwho seek work In other words. ness and employing lecal labour it is far mo.-e expedii" I colt so accurately quct< ;„ w wages. It If regrettable island to encouri,;.' out ; ;;*e. rather than see--. tl it could be. but surely low deter it. certain.;. ifsa must be regarded as l As to the importauon of fishing %  no wages at all. equipment, Mr Reece summed i:p Too many employers are honestthe whole situation in a nutshell. *• ly unable to afford to pay the Some members apparently had the members in the discussion, the standard of wages that tl k* that such a move might tend chances of shelter from the sun wlsn and rather than release emto benefit those whr fish for %  ees. offer reduced earnings, pleasure rather than 'nose whe implanted mahof ia:Thai there are unscrupulous emdo so for a livelihood, but as Mr. Ina trees appear exceedingly replovers cannot re denied by any Reece emphasised, it nr)k*i no r made a most Mn e person, but to suggest that difference who catches the fish — practical sunne*'. raiders coming here for the it is the fish that are reeded. that fruit %  • rpose nf business are corning There Is an excellent structure the clas .: .... to bleed and exploit the along the waterfront in Bndgetrees, reasoning I Ing man is a fallacy town that I have often admired. era are to be ; %  .-ier It may. 1 think, be regarded i ting to the thai greater preone of life's little idiosyncrasies be taken as to the a fish market without any fish. tamed and there are no big strikes, unemployment is not expected to become a problem! before 1951. The post-war boom Is expected to last at least another vear, but no one is preparec to predict the outlook for 1951. By then Marshall Aid will be running out and if Britain's dollar export drive is not a huge success the nation's factories will be cuitailing production or closing down for lack of raw materials. To-day in Britain some 22.255.000 people are in civil employment, another 740.000 in the armed forces and only 323.600 registered unemployed. The remainder of the working population is made up of men and women j released from the armed forces who have; not yet taken up employment. Labour exchanges throughout the countryhave more than 366,000 jobs open, and as the ] Ministry of Labour points out, a large num-, ber of the registered unemployed are actually; in the process of transferring from one job to another. DETAILED SIRVEY COMPLETED TOOLS STANLEY BLOCK 4 S..IOOTH PLANES RAPIER PLANES S. PLANE IRONS STANLEY CHISELS & SCREWDRIVERS SPoKESHAYES HAND DRILLS SLIDING T*BEVELS OILSTONES TWIST GIMLETS & AUGERS BACK 1 COMPASS SAWS MASON TROWELS TINMEN'S SNIPS and many othrr ll*rm lo lalarcal good n earth d'd you man%  ** said Foreign < i von Loesch, like other high members of the Clerrr %  %  s arrested and interne*! Friends of mine saw him ant, .hat he was "(--opera'.'on Lotsch," so one wJ nis British inlerrogators told ma, "is all out to please. He baJ given valuable information.'" Soon altar that I heard from port if he wished and to claim him myself. Von Loesch wrot << of i Bri:isii ciuaaa over to say that he had applie<* evtrywhi '.rid except llv Srl'loii lr lintr of what is called dual i. ,. mi. His m§ a dipiomat -t th" r.tion. And he apparently n.ade use of that circumstance of birth ha and secured recognition II. I|>< il His Work For Hill, i (The British Institute of Management rc-j cently completed a detailed sur\'ey of jobis drifting and discovered that one man in S seven and one woman m eight drifts in and| out of jobs after staying in them for less 'hanjj a month.) ;. Only one important trade is worried about $ unemployment at present—ship-repairinu Ig For industry as a whole the demand is :< i ^ more, not fewer, workers. ;. No one can predict just how long this will last. The Trades Union Congress, pressing for wage restraint, has warned the working man that there is a very real danger of mass unemployment. This is not entirely politics, des).. fact that the TUC is the backbone of the Socialist Party whose main campaign slogan is that the Socialists alone can maintain full employment. The TUC. in its policy statement, lias forcefully pointed out to unions the things that happened when the World Wai I boom! burst suddenly in 1920. Unemployment rocketed from 300.000 to 1,500,000 in less than a year and average earnings fell by nearly one-third. If Britain's "crawling'' dollar drive is not quickly stimulated, if the export sales opportunity offered by devaluation is not quickly grasped, the same situation o Britain low again. Only Marshall Anl. oA* dall admit, prevented large scale unemployment m the last few years. The outlook for 1950 is coloured by this iMSI Cv&fy JC&M • Oil Will IS Mli til Ol HUM! Pfr a. GOND \ i III ESI \l MOND8 m SaaUt TENDER LEAF TEA HEINZ SI 9AI CE KKAH MATONAI8SI MAMIO ( III I M 1 -I N-IT EVAPORATED MILK MAXAM BEEE *\I'SAGES EORT liARRV HAKIM; POWDBR l'INEAI-1'l.l. I \M I \l nils ( Kl Ml II! \( KI Rg -I II 1NA8 OLA< I. i III.i'.li a KEI> KlllM.V BEANS I l lb Pfr nd alxo lo help him in getting 'ESCII certainly made "leased considerable funds full u. of '.he Brith passport hich his EnIuh-bor.i motne: I asked him -W^!." he hd "in the years before ihe Irtt h n _._f D '"..J^"; Karl, with ^n engas:i A Man I'll l.ikr In >l,. I %  .mpression it made on hls ^ ^^ To me as he sat in m;. „ intfMi „ mmmm ;o know %  %  DO to g:ve rt to A man who. position in in 1M0 and hi il.mmler's SS (> .lent to leu ten Not u %  %  i %  i %  him a Bntish passport %  M by the British of Enemy pi .fess 1 never dreamec that he would succeed in getting art back. To my all-toople mind it seemed that, if %  was British now. then he had ,_ .... been British all throuuh • over in the w th tWMlldlur ,| } moanlnal r ^."h'S' !" >" h "> committed treason. ri.an Embassy—had proBut presumabry I did not make ihT^C17 Vndustrv" cannot' i"usYv"denands' ml allowance for the leja. i!! e s i. tel lnauslr > cannot satisiy aemanas. The heavv electrical industrv is swamped Siun.sfvM Scott A f .. Lid. ''I'SS.'S.'SSSSSSSS*'-'*'*'*** -: •'. o-^ -, •-. -, --', -, ',VX-0MM British passport returned lo him, and he giving my name as a referent e. He wanted it for the sake c.. nis two daughters, he Bxplali . :' I believe (.mployment will idy throughout the year. The nationalized coal mines are crying! (or more recruits and every ton ol surplus coal mined should sell overseas at high prices! at least until the end of the year. Although there is unemployment in the, ship-repairing industry, building var I orders in hand {due to the big demand for! tankers) to last for nearly 18 months. allowance for the leg; BOW intricacies of dual nationality. rbow, here he come* I England, and spends Chnstma; i equipment. "I wo -.' srtflsj and diiu*;..ill three have CANNOT SATISFY DKMANDS Despite the breaking of production targets. with home and overseas orders for special : i alt less tniilwh passports as weU) in London Won't be much of all thi Q f confidence that tht after about a fortnight I feat. iii Wmm Oiu I . IM^as*-' I 1MD v nng NN t.t him Urf \\ haiV onToday British will allow him at least enough of his mothers money to! have his children educated in Britain, and perhaps more than that. 1 wonder wi-.. of this case, I am asking too mud) if I invite our legislators the whole uf the procedure in the granting of natu~ and passports to ( uurt wf Ordinary at 11.M am. Mi II \ V^uibaMi lecture* it HlltLsti (i.un.il on rUrbado* HUlor> at 8.1." |> Ml The textile industry needs thousands more before they can achieve reasonable) delivery dates for their full order books. Potteries are m the same position. The task for 1950 will be to provide more I workers for essential industries. The job} switch will not be easy due to the sr of living accommodation and the retu of many work. 'heir home towns. The Ministry of Labour, through the Control of Engagements Order, has pown ibour but to date it has it. In the lasl quarter only seven "directions'', were made, all requiring men to remain in coal mining or agriculture. Should serious unemployment come in any| The von Lotsch passport is I somewhat fantasUc illustration of principle, of which there are thousands of other examples; that for manv for-I industries the Ministrv of Labour could, bv today !" the'^af'u^ 1,1,; ,he P 01 passport is purely a [stave off trouble for a time by directing the i>f convenience, not ,,[ %  unemployed to work in industries which —1.1 s still need manpower.—LN.S. YOU #.v sim LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL DRESSING Ml In Paisley DrMjjvitH ALL WOOL TWO-TONE In Assorted I ulorc SSI THE rojiJHff HOW'S *OK THIS IIAllW* dime in and make your srlectfn lm DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT •******s*s*ssss& t &>s***sss**sr*** ] ***** Ol II III touts BAY I I l tl ir 4 oi |MM .ilion I \ plains I i i lira I I Urlrir.i> Sii|i|l> To Th* Editor. The Advocate U or. Tuesday avt ^ In Uu 1'iess. In the i applauded before individual singadvisedly) understand that %  i< were halfway through their tolerable' mode of behaviour all our Consumer* and the Genii-l piece of metal. Leal Thusiasl" meant to prevail 1 should like to inform >i.. currtd whith cauaad ..ith understandable diploRAU'H DE H ol the extremely critical position damage and tin mac* at the shamefulness of suth H '.o romnuuioi. station due lo failure tain parts are obi uf the two nan Generating Sets land. We h&\< ti | %  -ed as a major eatasly dismantled un h trophe. We had hoped that with overhaul and the oth.: these two new SeU in operation wanting we would have been in a position when all M-eded and only general* a magi long overdue overhaul! on our K W in iheir ; Instead ot lhat we One of them how> rer i iuiil aurselvw in a worse position In such a bad on than we were last September may ha The situation is as follows. Two new C iets. of 950 KW gvai %  >> 885 K W and 50 KW. ha> f RI5 K W on ord.I %  % %  an altitude, but let me hasten to him. Diplon,. Local Talent cares is wasted. You must never call a spa \, -n offences n lenedied %  An. don't imagine that this mai-J;.s found 01 Pit—it U not. The hateful uplieard also upstairs and i tain sections of the House I must be stopped, and the method d.scu*red the matter am going to suggest has been ii*e*i*e dumbfounded ..mi. I January 19, 1950 >/(!(/( %  ft \(,f fi H t „ %  To The Editor, The Advocate SIR.—1 was shocked and disgusted at the decision given on Friday evening last at the local n taleni All Star programme he..i !" „ ( lhe ^ ncl at the Globe Theatre. Many people wit'i whom I have were t the Cedric Phillips. > simple, and doesn't OI ""horn incidentally 1 hold no .;Tect those who behave decentlv. brief, was far and away the most 1 icttt g^pjll talented performer. .I man with precise reminiscent of Nat Cole and suggest ieeded to sing it twice moN Friday night to the delectation f and the disgust of the Phillips, on the L showed h. ; | versatility by singinn such widely solitude". Moon" lo his own accompaniment. Il would be in the Inton the success of future showManager were to announ. i are supposed to and wonderful decisions. CINEMA | 1 St#4R* ~l< fr tin OX-TAII HMO ** ~ CROWN DID*. ORDER EARLY FROM but the though tied lie t*n_ the scum (I jsc lhe word talent programme and T'en promay be) ad navaeeni. should be c: 'issaa Ihsa mitmvA talamt nrearaxirna *nA (VLAS. H % %  -'.'.•.•.-.-,-,-.•,-.•,-,•,•.-,•.',-.•,-.-,-,-,-,•,-,',•.•,'.'•'' •/-•





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FRIDAY .] \\1 \IIV Jl>. 19S0 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Americans % a nt to Know lip To Get To Barbado* a Frn Pat' i .fa" u :< %  fiction, %  •t^'^bm.ry .908 :. .^J.s a muscular, nealr. %  Pas an aulhor has boon "Xi ii. : d "" 1 BCin Illustrated Magazine -L. numbers mon his publlca•2 "(cu*lor the Unknown, "Off JJV Their Heads.'' •Jungle In the "*,!" -Ecuador ,„d The Ga'a%  explorer, naturalist and -Cgrapher. Mr Von Ham i> "Sod with having discovered gTSuici inbo of Jicaqucs t^ians in Honduras. "S\-on Haen has the blesslnii LaeLp Barbados Publicity corniest UhH " rk on ""• Gu ""' Si.,' Barbados, but the ComJSe a" " unds %  "* """P 0 "' to S nn.nci.Uy. Benem ta the circumstances It is ina—jpd to approach the commcrEijniercsts in the Colony who SZM benefit most (torn the reZ^of this publicising ot the %  %  and enlist their aid. Tpe steamship companies ;ind • airlines, as was the case with gw guide books, were sure to Mw their routes etc. published PACE rlVE PARISH ROUND-UP 'Stella' Brings 163 Tourists '?''''+'•'•*'','.',','.'*',', %  ',*, \ HARRISON'S-BROAD ST. port of their the Public hat %  -i MM BAB. A. iiu.l.i.n.. tl„. General Heml Maior repairs an .i'J'f? !" "' tombermer. School and he Whart walls Labourer. Kill," 1 Department are also working over at Pelican Island. Two la of cattle were About 7 20 a.m. yesterday, lux-1 ury I nor % %  Stella Polaris'' drop-' : at Bridget linn white launches were moving to and fro. bringing .unorican tourists to Barbados' .holes. H V. St.lla Polaris" brought 1M paasengors. vidos uccommxiation 185 passengers: so almost every cabin was Ailed. The Invasion on Barbados started at the Publicity Comittee" where questions ranging 66 :."\IENT AT THE OLD PRICES. MASONITE 11 MOTTLFT dutributlni girts to the poor at St. Mary's Boys' School. Gifts For The BUSBEYS ALLEY GETS A BATH Needy •uffered in the Parish on Monday rom "where could a nice drink and Tuesday. In the first Instance bo bad" to "where ore the icnuorey Watts of Lower Birney's commended bathing b tichet oM reported the loss of two around here" were asked sheep valued 118.00 from his open This committee, however, did %..„„ v rv '" lle ,rl| do with the lourUbs S DOVUS .ilT "' Bl,ck Rock !" Thcy dld bK1 * "• -"mps IS Mom .„ "^ "' a ca v,lucd nd Pro Most of the vis* duruu TOUL ncl0 *d yard 'tors took advanuge of the free during Tuesday mght literature provided for them l>v An ._**_• %  ". ,hr Committee and strolled on tc. Hank" HaT.'^L'^d'a'rabou? "'" "*" "^'^ ihV^oV?.r w M d .?nr y ow b r^;'bv Prep rcd Tour Violet Hope or 2nd Avenue. Bank Seventy of them went on the) noli, and driven JJV Kenneth lour P^partxl for them bv Mr. 2? pe wi, ,he same ad <*rws. ana a U J Prrevicino. Visits were TUP crwKXttccirwT'n*. ^r. ..,. Mottley, M.C.P. from Miss lantho mond Snrinn HIE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH of St. Michael Walkes and her co.worlcefi of Thomas. D. Bus Company and driven by RaySt. John's Parish Church. Codr of Sharon. St. m uw back of the guide books yesterday decided to flush with water the gutters and Kln s's Chapel church NY. S !TS2i S l t£ !5SSu f trCet f Bus ^>'' s Alle y * from today. This is an attempt T h artlcl <* *4" [V*l 'LlZliTTL,^ to improve the sanitary conditions thorr F yesterdayevening at the St % T he l | h ; fron '*nder of the flw Alcoa steamship company yhofe hoaU only had passenger -aerva'.ion! for twelve to Barba>w were willing lo daubhthis f^ount. Mr. Von Hagen said, if & island were publicised pro%  erly in America Sonisof the literature of the Barbaric* Publicity Comtnittec %  is available m '•'"' IJ-S.A. but |t did not say how to get here, tow much it would cost and rlW ne could oxpoct to And bf The guide book would proM K nAllnrA ^w,.„ rid* tho^ answer,. It would also wJSin ^ l t "*' distributed Jar and left front fender of X Mary's bu were damaned. St. Thomas Churchwarden • Denies Charge e. O OF FAVOURITISM nnjton Colleie, Sam Lords, the Crane and Powell Spring Hotel where they lunched. Here and there, some of them could be seen around the Citv. 'specially In Broad Street, where Mr Victor Chase said that It S" 5 ^' Sct "> 1 ' <*" Por of the hadbJnb^^hUattwuon ^'" by Mrs^ E^D Motile, and ^Ano' h R ^",den, occurred on they both window-shopped and lltlon In Mn N c Dr ake assisted by wJr:vV" a %  ,bout '•' a.m. on bouht souvenirs. THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES 2.CSRADKS— HARD BOARD AND TEMPERED HARD BOARD Earh in Two Thirknesseo—lo Match 3/I" and 3 1*" Uailablc in Sheets:— U: 7: 8; 9 and 12 fl. y. 4 fl. Wide M UONIR" %  lNX'H HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL | TO i i" ORDINARY W(H)D. o that the sanitary condition In bad, to worse. It wa IB^.:' v ,-' --"-. ..tj a.m. on Wednesdaybetween one bicycle, owned by Ephroim Innus and rldhis r Busbey's iU&"^l*3~S ^J ' ft VUchae, Mr. Mottley told the "Advocate •sterday that the needs f th< kinds of things for human con-' g !" L!£* !" !" & l 'g* "ft"* %  HHSA^^S^miA vendors of vanous commodities Hardly without was any Gaum, iSftwiSS iSSWUBrMai5S5£Saft S-J?S.=S tounst seen They "shot' sumption were exhibited there h ^ %  *T r 2J'* *• ^ ,hal fu,lh b> s A R~ch o' Welches an d nd hartwur scenes. or sale. He said that there could *;r Si'l' w.ll be .oHhcom.ng ,n-he ridden by Shirity Bi.hop of M? Curio, were in good supulv. be seen refuse such as pea husk 0l very dwtant future Lord's Hill. p ' My Boatmen took some out to the : n 2r th n '^w."'!^ ? v -, in ^" yci*s were -i.ghtly damvessel and made some trade. Mr. B. A. Weatherhead enquired t^Uwlo* ri*. & I d Some of the women folk bought what was being done to secure Uv %  ite that had been agreed on at too. the purpose of providln, „T m _Jl-gJ' !" 0,n ' &£•" %  Eole 11.11 for a distnet market, •ethin. for children to read In $S?J££ n ij!JUl*'^l The Chairman Mr. J. M. Kidbt schools. Mr. Von Hagen has got in touch |tib local historians. In Grenada has a collection of West Indian Histories and documents specially nlemi from Francis Edwards in oodon. Work would begin in Hat six weeks' time on the hotograuhs and when he had lished with the writing material. ( j n-ould Qrst submit it to the L!"!? 5 *L_ J ad ...V t *".. dam * d art-ados Publicity ConimiHce for %  tins. "LUe Passed By" The second biography he is l^lanmnK lo write is that of Squier American explorer who "exfnced a little misfortune and passed him by." Accompanying Mr. Von Hagen I his trip from Grenada here LtColonel Keith Stewart tin itith West Indies representatlv ?„ th„ ^ '" lh T "' e Purchase had'been made but niK given to repair damage done ... va ,„ h haniU „( ih.. ..,. to S* houses by the August ["tors on bo^Ss .(1—49, high winds. Hi' was replying to a suggestion by Mr. V. E. Reeves that there had been favouritism | n the granting of aid to thosiwhOM Christ Church Vestry Meets For First Time IN 1950 No Compensation his leg in the sen-ice of the Department, had received no Sandiford men from which with the authorities of "the St. Thomas parish," the recommen:;"" "' rr ;.~~,"1I dation for help hud boon made, 0n The slaUm was not correct. granteo. S JS&i re was no* —*-•—• •the The Chairman told members %£ %  £***• "' %  J 1 K R ""U"" that Mr. Mottley and himself had .,,%'; %  "•Jin" .•ittendod ., matting with the La, M ,*: Tolm ? 'banked bour Commissioner at which it !? r lu ? k 1 1 !" "" Uudley Grant of Ua, Land, and -i The Christ Church Vestry at „"'>' %  • owned and ridden bv their meeting yesterday, wad:, e '''''"" Thompson of Market 'omed the new members, Mrs '' • s Ge orge. The right pedal I a m.i *a .. ^ '....^.i s. ..i. *a s ycia were flowers, both natural and artlfln inird accident occurred ut the rial, which they took aboard for corner ol Bay and Fairchild decorating their rooms. Streets at about 7.30 am. on Tues'Jf\ iielween the motor lorry Coming on lo nud-d.y, many T 'i C owned b y lhe Barbados of the strange faces were miss.Ni hone Co., and driven by from the City. Some of then IT CAN BE PLANED, SAWED. POLISHED OR PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED. 11 is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions, Door Panels, Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops l.ic. Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More. NOW IS TIIK TIME TO BUY. PHONE 2K64 FOR PRICES. l fork of the damagad •h_sald that ",„ ,on,unct,on L !" .^"'".S: ^Sr^.'Si ri !" ^! A letter wa, road from Nurse .*.. y^zz^z: v c.iicid,,:' 5 :,";;;:!,,^",?^, uasfft* ent was mid?by "" rb Uos N ""' A,s„-,al„„, who S2R * *gff* '' Th dOM by members of the Nurses :i for IIHIUM: o DetiMitUo night lire^—of unknown origin— broke out at about 2.30 p.m. The canes are the property ot Mi (i s Ih:.l hf> usnitlri n ^hn^-l ...4.W ,, v*.ail|.JiUUItt. „. .__,_, Kz-TTtsriss* ^T-'ir^y**'. i^r^^^mm !" lam Associates, Inc. They are mts at the Marine Hotel. rtpein allowed as far as the money and he would noncy who had worked with the Depart!" do lne "•m* work make I menl from 1942 to 1M8 h f Elementary Schools o i.T,s I i,.( _ 1 hliMh r.l^J -1. a 1 ., „ 'avourilisin occasions. His leg was amputated Mr. Rcovos said he did not see in July 1948. He was recomliow Qovannnant could give the mended to the Churchwarden hy Churchwarden money to spend the Finance Committee for %  penwithout ti committee being formslon and was given three smUiniis i^/?HTh 1 ra:e V ,V l ht • "' ,hq VK r V to *'••'•> him '" P" "'!'••>"< August 10, IM* rnour and Shipping Oftlce yesthe spending. •sbips Mr. J. H. Thome said that as A Wicked Allompt ho understood Uw matter, GovMr MoUlev ^y lh .„ „,„.„ ,„. ornnunt hod told Ihe Vestry to | lstC ne %  A S. Edwards. Balldish on Wednesua> and up to 8.00 Mahon and he would The members pointed out that Pn> Mon A G fin'*'"!. Mr. J.E around and the statement made was certainly Webster, Mr ton, and -.. Wftlnesiiii.. and Up to l jn < ommiitcc The Churchward' %  no yeotoixiay I, Mr. J.fj. J ^1 NMBE Two stand pi pel to leave port tomorrow for *'""" ** n ,h,y had nrnrihave been erected in th. Cent via Trimdau in 't"*t hcr a l was obviously false. oeaan Repreaeniativfa: Mr. J. E One is situated at Hranctn Mr. Chase finally moved, secWebsld Hon. D, G. LeacocK the o-Jier at Hackieton (I iff Th.onded by Mr. Weatherhead that *—"M Rolle: Mr. G. C Warplications of persons who applied for relief in taxation. An application an Investigation into the conduct Hon A C '^'ttens, Mr. C. M. of the labourer who had made the BW? 1 Mr J %  w< slateinent. be made by the Fin!" r P*niVlclno Playing Field* anee Committee who should taki <'onimm*e; Mr. Fred Goddard. appropriate action M.C.P. Mr. n C Griffith, MJn V. Carier, Mrs II A. Talma Mi New I ...i i in. J O. Gall and Hon, A. O < The Chairman told members Omet*r> Hoard: HIM A Q Oltu.ie gotnf back lo the ship hi row boats and launches. The last launch leaving thl baggage warehou %  • eveoing ended th. .'.h the louii I Polaris" was starling on its way to (I: The %  steii.. Po net. arrived under Captain Dahi Messrs Robert Thom I.hi.. .-tcr l-ifhtln Cammllwho WM Chairman ol ihe Com" "Planter" brought pickled of "Club Union." to be done was the installation of ***• !" c C Ward. Mr. Victor L r i0nc "' ."""ounced tti % retng•nd beef, powdered milk Mr. Collins said lhat he had electricity and the erection of the Chase. Mr. F Goddard. M< p Ly* 30 wcks of oats, allother heavy taxea lo pay and he caretaker's quarters. ^ %  7 pastes, hand tools and a felt that there had been discrim•J^tor^ It sailed yesterday inatlon in the assessments of club*. • nt. Agents are The assessor's record book Machinery For Graeme I fall i conautUng of pipe and pump .-_ — assessors iCosi a ft Co.. Ltd. showed that all the clubs had been ~ -— assessed on the same basis The Ii.,! I 17 I \..ii...i ,.'t ..''.-ider Mr. Collins' %  miCO \.-^-i-| DpUciUon fevourabl) %  j, Mr. J. H. Thorne tald lhal it -HUK-'S (!;||| WH bid Ulogka] ID put i" thg plea for his case the fact lhal be engine, 4,000 bags of sulphate of bad other taxes to pay. That ho arrived here ).-i "arrived ai Qarbedoi yeah"; Dutch S.S. Haarlem" pay taxes showed that he was in the purpot* of irrigating ihe tf^k-d from Amsterdam and some way a prosperous man. entire Estate at Graeme Hall. M*"*rp. ^^m^^^-^—~^— IJ^P-ine. beer, paints, rope. ssfc"*. Petroleum staves, ad%  linileriaL hurricane lanrIIr. Wl i er -£s *•" dmon ^*Io of this vessel for Barand Mrs. H. A. Talma The old Highw.1. Con were re-elected and Mr. A. M Jones was hrough; In in place of Mr. W. T Barnes. Mr. J. O. Gall m again marie IntptetOr of Treea %  %  M. j r. W4rtMU \i, \ in tel Mi* II \ which %  *•" ,?, OoOd-rU. M C I" Mr s '"*' Mi ll OtrnM, Mr (OT O C. Ashby. A rxcum *" offwd lor Rw A T Clalnn-i. Wht unMMe nation ..nd his place was iille.77 Spent n Floods The death occurred it ha resiport last ^ I^toW Pprjnn Wh ltUngtor, of eW pHvat'o'Ve^i; a.^"bTou K h' WeSeeda?!! /^Hal^I. man Hall a scholarship other necessary machinery for G. Stoute. MaMii tenable at Combermere secondary use in the irrigation of Graeme A S. Brvdcn & Sons .t the aee school. There were two other Hall. of 44. candidates who had passed the Mr. Wexler hopes at some fuMr. Stoute after leaving school examination, but the Vestry deture date, to erect a fertiliser spent a short time in the employ cided in Whittington's favour on plant here, the mfc.Mncry for of Messrs. Colly more k Wright the grounds that the parents of which would be coming from and soon .liter sailed for the Unit. turn to |Tl*< one was able to pay their son's England. school fees and that the other was young and had another QR „.. iajaj| %  n of the Board of chance. ""' n ALLI A !" of Health informSETS UP OFFICE the amount IIWODAL'ITABI P Dl T J Hallinan. C BE, who specte-i amon' members 1*0*1? <-X|x-ndcd Uv the the recent flood Barbados he joined the Bi\den"s and rose to the position of senior salesman. md unassuming. Mr. Stoute was very popular and reof the UNPROFITABLE red here on Friday to concommercial body A more frequent bus service duct an investigation into condihe was a firm friend and enloved ^k had h^ !hlc Sl Thomai routes would tions at the Genera! Hospital is the esteem of 1 wide circle, the *ni a Icu-Jr 1 n,tr "' : ** roncesslonaires. the Retting ;iheari with the job, the large gathering •old yesterday. Medical Supei.r ,; at the West I > w sod aak-. cr, J*"'he bulk of the business dona Hospital told the sH" auMY^h!^, ?* ,he bu4e ,n lft t re was rd "v d c of th. n which |*"r hd^ L a refund transporting hawkers on momHe said that Dr. Hallinan has he was held. y from the Viw 0 ^*" recc v ,n ** and e*'enlngs. More besides set up an office in the Hospital, He leaves a wife and two chil*' %  been d-Tin su,,m 8 that the U '. thickly nopjDr. Hallinan was Dw 1 Co\rmlt-_f d nut to a P" ,a,od an d r, t ' bu * • •'' Services in Jamaica from sorrowing relatives the %  "•mem about this. empty. 1M3 tc IMf. cate" tenders sincere condolence DO NOT JUST INSURE—INVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TIME This it only possible when you lake oul your Fire and/or lliirrimne. %  i'i or Kiot Insurance with... THE BRITISH GUIANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED Thr only Mutual Fire Inuranrr Company in Barbados All policy holders share in Ihr prolil-. We are not a lariB company. Room 311 Plantations Building Ml l>ics uf Moini Insurance, Workmen'^ I ,,ni|n*u\iili<.ii. M;irint' :nul Hicyrle. Phone 434U Lower Broad Street