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The Barbados advocate
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Saturday



21

January

1930.










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_—

if Photo Finish Predicted
In The U.K. Elections

LONDON, Jan. 20.
1 a HE 1
2. by the Liberal “News Chronicle” show that the advan-
; of the Opposition Conservatives over the Labour Party



1 §= recorded by a similar political survey last November 2s

10 per cent has dropped to 2.5 per cent.

RESULTS of a public opinion poll published to-day







|

PICTURE INSET shows the j

fuse bex, flaming between

the two poles. Bottom picture
shows the Fire Brigade, with
the Electric Company's van

in the background. They |

arrived a few minutes after

Will Pe

Gomes Calls For
A_ Regional
Conference

TO DISCUSS SUGAR

tition The King
“GIVE US BACK OUR
DOLLAR”

BELIZE, British Honduras, Jan. 20
‘THE “People’s Committee,” formed here to
fight the devaluation of the British Honduras
dollar is to petition the King to recall Parliament









the power had been cut i i
yee —# The ‘News Chronicle politica | | . a ee ee ORT OPSPAIN, Jan ae.
i. commentator, A, J. Cummings,| | that area and the blace had } ‘Trinidad legislators after an ; {l-
; Ma Be said this sharp variation, so close | {day sitting to-day, unanimou ily
pain y to the General Election date died away, jaccepted a motion’ by the Hon.
‘e +7) a 23) had introduced Story on Page £ | Albert Gomes calling on Gove :n-
Ee € peally dramatic element into the }ment to immediately communi. :te
3 struggle for power. j; vith other West Indian Colo) ‘es
It now seemed to have become for a Regional Conference of ‘e-
U.S. Report {a neck and neck race with the | presentatives of territorial le is-
poe of a _ photo-finish, he | atures to consider what j int
added. action sheuld be taken follov ing
ae ae The newspaper published a | | (he break down in the sugar t_ ‘ks
The Spanish Ca mngt at 1S! chart indicating the trend of opin- jin London.
al weekly ere tud Zz ion as recdrded in polls taken | Gomes suggests that repre: >n-
was believed vo Studying | periodically since the last General |‘atives meet not later than the
_ Washington Embassy’s report/Plection in 1945 when Labour |first week of February.
the statement of Dean Acheson, swept to power. | The motion was an amendment
M can Secretary of State, on This showed that the Labour }.o one by the Hon. Patrick S. lo-
® iplomatic relations with Spain. | pojl rose to a peak at the start of | mon, urging the Trinidad Gove -n-
The Cabinet was also believed | 1946 when the Conservative vote nent to take immediate step; to
‘to be studying wheat purchases} was at its lowest. snter trade negotiations ith

In early 1947, at the time of
the British fuel crisis, votes for

the two parties were almost
equal.
After the dollar crisis in the

summer of 1947, the Conservative
figures went well ahead of
bour's. Thereafter the margin re-
mained narrow with the Conserv-
atives just ahead until the second |







y



_and other items. .

' The only reaction in Spain so
to Acheson’s letver was from
Jona, where it was reported |

e dollars had improved from
3 pesetas to 42 in the black
| market deals. , f

” Black market cotton prices in

B® Barcelona declined 15 per cent,

“H® presumably in the Welief that

4 better trade relations with the
United States would accompany
the eventual restoration of nor-
mal diplomatic relations. In Ma-
drid. the statement passed almost
unnoticed.

Some newspapers headlined the
story, ovhers slipped it down a
column, none commented, Public
interest appeared scant,

1 f/ ..From Lake Success comes the
report that Trygve Lie, United
Nations Secretary General vold

=am reporters today that the United

‘B® States policy statement on Spain
by Dean Acheson was “not a
surprise to me.”—Reuter.

. i *

Police Investigate

9

Overseer’s Death

Advocate Correspondent

GEORGETOWN, B.G. Jan, 20.

Police are conducting investiga-
tions into the death of Gordon
Smith, 34-year-old Scetland-born
overseer of Plantation Rose Hall,
British Guiana. Smith, a native

serburgh, Scotland, came to
sh Guiana in 1938.

fe Was hospitalized on Janu-
ary 10 and died on January 19.
A post-mortem was performed by
Goveinmeht Medical Officers and
‘the internal organs sent to the
Government Analyst. Police have

disclosed the causes for the

Utopsy and subsequent inyestiga-

s.—(By Cable).
¢. L. C. Bourne To
r x
Manage B.G. Team
(Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Jan. 20.

Heavy rains daily held up
cricket trials for more than a
Month leaving batsmen groping
for form and posing a problem for

Selection Committee. The first
ial was abandoned after two
S play.
e second trial was billed to
to-day but play was again
the

me abandoned through
fains and floods.
Unless the weather holds up, the
will have to be selected on |
st performances.
C.L, C. Bourne former Barbados
et-keepe= batsman has been
ted Manager.

heavy
7

—By Cable.



Khan Jewel Robbery |

FRENCH POLICE today announced the arrest of five |

Five Arrested In Aga —

dollar crisis in 1949 and devalua- |
tion increased’ the anti-Labour
trend.

Of those questioned in this lat-
est poll, held since the: election
date was announced eight
cent “did not know” which way
they would vote. In November, |
this percentage was 14.

per

Be —Reuter.
Soviets Have
201,000 Planes

LONDON, Jan. 20. |
The Swedish newspaper Stock-
holm Tidningen, quoted by Stock-
holm radio to-day, said the So-
viet Air Force now has 201,000
opérational aireraft divided in
550 fully manned and equipped |
air groups. One half of the force,
which includes 8,000 heavy bomb- |
ers, consists of jet planes of the,
latest type, the report added.
Plane production was said t
have reached an annual figure o!
25,000 machines of all types, last
year’s total including 3,000 heavy |
bombers, 5,000 light bombers
and 5,000 jet fighters.

|

—Reuter.

—
|

La- i

AYear Without |

| countries other than the U.K. re-
garding the colony's export:ble
| products and make immediate and
jetermined representation for
larger allocation of dollars for the
colony.

Dr. Solomon finally withdrew
his motion in favour of the
j}amendment. In the course of hi

}1emarks, Solomon said that mem
| bers of the W.I. Sugar Delegation
| were not treated like experts but
like miserable urchins standing in
the streets and begging for pen-
The attitude adopted, he
said, was one of “wait your turn
little boy; stand outside and wait



nes.





pe g oe until the talks with your bigger
brethers are over.”
TEE Ry Oe eee een nee CT Solomon accused the mother

Drove Car For Acheson Disagrees With
UN Policy Towards Spain

(By PAUL SCOT RANKINE)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20
MR. DEAN ACHESON'’S statement on Spain is expect-
to encourage the movement to reverse the United

country of subjecting the colonies
to every form of exploitation; the
latest being devaluation of the
pound He appealed for unani-
mity, which is “so essential at this
| stage.’—(By Oable)



‘Dead’ Woman
Regains Full

Gasoline

—USED GREASE a



Six W.I. Students
Win Bursaries
AT DALHOUSIE

}
HALIFAX, Jan. : |

Six West Indian students
winners of the sterling area bur-
saries set up by the Dalhousie
University branch of the inter-
national Students Service. The|
bursaries have been set up to
compensate students who are}
suffering about 20 per cent loss
in their income due to the deval-|
uation of the British pound,
Winners are medical students
W. S. A. Singh of British Guiana |
D, Cc. C. Pitt of St. Vincent, Pre-
Medical students Roland Wills,
B. G. F. M. Johnson Jamaica and}
Arts and Science, H. Giraudy of
St. Lucia and S, Tancoo of Trini-

|
|
|
|
|

are

dad, Johnson and Giraudy won}
$50 bursaries and the other four
$75. The money was raised by}

a “tag day” last fall.—(CP)



PARIS, Jan. 20.

men for the theft of £200,000 worth of jewels from the|
Aga and Begum Khan last August, and ordered a nation-
Wide manhunt. for three other men who they think can

| lead them to the jewels, a

ccording to Pirre Pertheaux,

Director of the Surete National (The French Criminal !n-

vestigation Department).

U.S. Ambassador
Arrives In A

Snowstorm

BELGRADE, Jan. 20,
Mr. George Allen, new United
, *s Ambassador to Yugoslavia,
a tived to-day by air from Trieste

A a snowstorm.
su The plane circled the landing
& for nearly an hour while
ts and reporters watched

ry

Mr, Allen told reporters that

looked forward with great in-

4 and pleasure to his “new
agen and important job,”

Said that he had no special

Message from President ‘Truman

ip Maeshal Tito but hoped to see
Marshal as soon as possible,

—Revyter.

weets And
More Bacon Too

LONDON. Jan. 20,



— es Ministry announced
tion is to be Britain’s bacon ra-
€d from ¢. ° em Porarily increas-
mi. five ounces a week,
to fo weet ration from four
{ half ounces a week



29.
—Reuter.



“Big Roger’, the leader of the
gang and his _ mistress, were |
“executed” by the others after
the robbery. The Police instruct-
ed all stations to begin a day and
night hunt for the three wanted
men, identified as Paul Leca,
Charles Vincileoni and Urbain
Giaune, and set a section head
from the Surete, Georges Valen-

tin, to direct operations person-
y from Marseilles, where three
} the arrests were made, They

were expected to put up road
blocks and check them on all pri-
vate vehicles using the roads.
Bertheaux giving the story to the
Police, had pieced together the
disclosed news that the jewels had
been hidden by the thieves in the
garden of a villa near the Aga
"Khan's residence when the search
for the stolen jewels was at its
height in August.

Bertheaux said that Jean Joli-
vet, first of the gang to be arrest-
ed, who had the villa close to the
Aga Khai's residence put the Po-
lice on the trail of the others. Ap-
prehensive about their hiding
place, members of the gang re-

turned after a few days to dig up|

the jewels from the garden. They

handed them over to two men
named Leca and Vincileoni, des-
cribed by Bertheaux ery ell
|} knowr Police id t tnese
}three men coulda 'eaa ihe |
ewels, which n t be F'gal
—Reuter.



LONDON, Jan. 20 Nations General Assembly ban on full diplomatic recogni-
Frank Alfred Crawley, 39-} tion of the Franco Regime in Spain. ms a
year-old London-born engineer,| * As such, the statement may help C 1
) : | . ’ : ay | ~ YC’
| says that Britain’s gas rationing; Te to quicken decisions from both onsciousness
does not bother him. He has been | A *h W il ; Republicans and Democrats ix
driving his car for a year with-| .C esol 1 Congress against the isolation of HAITI. Jan, 20
out a drop of gasoline, | } Spain from other nations, anc Doctors are studying the strange
He claims to have perfected aj Re ort On particularly from other anti-Com-| case of the young women discov-
new solid fuel and adopted it tom munist Nations, 4 ered to be alive in her coffin just
use in. his ear. ; « . . In effect, Mr. Acheson reiterated | as her mourning family was about
Atter™ Warning tip the engirie} x onsert tion ‘}ia bis letter to the Senate Foreign | to bury.-her,
on liquid fuel such as paraffin, | Relations Committee that if the Medical authorities said that
he inserts tube grease like sub- % + United States is not represerced' the woman Anita Souffrant 26
stance into a special fitting on| po. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 | by an ambassador in Madrid, it is| from the rural district Saint
the engine and drives off. | Secretary of State Dean Ach-| because of collective United! Michael had lost consciousness
He says that he gets 50 miles| cage, 19S appear next Wednesday Nations opposition to such an ap- | after six months illness, during
to a pound of fuek efore the, Congress Armed Ser- pointinent and not beca se ol which she was dosed with medi-
“My car is normal in every vices Committee which _ starts individual United States policy | cines. recommended by sympa-
vay except that it uses my own| Nearing today on a proposal to British Policy Unchanged thetic friends.
carburettor and a bigger battery extend to three years the Selective British policy towards Spain On Dec. 14, authorities said
The cost of converting an or- Tavte An which expires oD|/yemains unchanged despite the| that Anita's Family decided that
dinary motor to Crawley Method| ?Â¥ne 30, 1950 : publication yesterday of a letter! che was dead. and arranged the
ics avout £50 and the cost of the Members of ‘he Committee from Seeretary of State, Dear | funeral. On way to the Chureh
solid fuel will be about half that] ee heer to fe arr gee to Acheson 7 Democratic pe sergtt mourners were startled when
of ordinary gasoline.—4CP) - | Know whether Acheson sawii(lom Connolly, indicating that the |i,” heard noises. coming. from
anything in world politics, es-} United States will now support Anita’s coffin, They looked in-
2cially ce ar Eastern} any re return ambassadors | °° : oe
pecially in recent Far Eastern Any move to - n 1 ; , $s ron side, found her breathing.
‘ developments to justify retain-| to Madrid which may be mooted The Local priest ordered ‘he
Jap Communists | ir ‘e Conscription Law. | in the United Nations Assom>ly:| girl rushed to hospital at Port-
r â„¢ Announcing this decision ly z
President Truman has requested a eae ‘ian Woreien | Au-Prince. Dr, Paul Desmangles,
Will soy : U) To the extension, which has the ap-| Qpice spokesman re-affirmed a|head of the hospital staff said
ul Live P proval of Defence Secretary, Louis declaration of British Policy ; that Anita regained consciousness
Johnson, and military leaders, toward Spain made in ‘he \3 days after her funeral, and was
yy fy 93 Only about 30,000 men have Tnit : ‘ne | able vo talk intelligently
> i 3 av, en have United Nations Assembly by the ; 4046 vo ¢ g y.
The Expectations been called up since Une present British Minister of State, Mr. | He said that her illness has|
law was enacted in 1948. Owing Hector McNeil on [6th May, been diaghosed as a type of |
TOKYO, Jan. 20 | to the success of voluntary en- 949. Mr. MeNeii then stated| malaria. Her condition is now}
The Japanese Communist Party‘ listment, no draft calls have been that Britain would not support | fair (CP) }







}
announced to-day after a two-day issued since January 1949. But @ On Page 3 | |
special conference “unanimous military leaders maintain that vhe | x / = e 7
agreement with the Cominform| existence of the Draft Act has rm ~ rine ~ t l A d
political line.” stimulated voluntary enlistment, Two Go On Trial | pirt ua 1

The Congress approved an|Some military spokesmen also F S z I U S ,
|apology to the Cominform by the] argue that the draft should be or ime in ene F G ma |
Party’s leader, Sanzo Nozaka, for} continued as a token of good faith ty Py is or er ns |

|







having argued that it was possi-| vo America’s North Atlantic NEW YORK, Jan. 20, e |
ble to establish a Communist! Treaty friends. They want the Judith Coplon, former Justice In Soviet Zone
State while Japan remained oc« u-| Act, even though unused, to be} De eng, Sane and Tad
ied. in force in case of an emergeney.} tin A. Gubitchev, Russian Unitec ‘ ¥ |
. The Japanese Party promise al —euten | Nations employee must stand trial ie fine COLOGNE, Jan. 20 |
that it would in future “live up| on spy conspiracy charges, Fed- Assan ee of the Cologne,
to the expectations of the inter- , eral Judge Sylvester J. Ryan — ssnon ae prings, 00
} national Proletariat But t | U S A > ° _| ruled to-day —Reuter. Archiiiehe ; as . am a le
expressed its pect for ts| Uerde J rmy I ractices —_—_—_—_—_——— a . ae ,Wi be sent on a
leader, 48-year-old Sanzo Nozalka, | Q i p 3 d | ‘ 3 , Ie oe Aes to the Soviet)
despite the Cominform’ criti- |} pT HEIDELBERG. Jan. 0 Spy Released “Th . “We ” Genee a a }
‘ism of him a he United States Army First! 3 on Te : 4 e West German news agency
ib Division manoeuvre exercise PRAGUE, Jan. 20 D.P.A. in reporting this, said that,
[wo hundred delegates from] «.je6t” ended to-day with an] Hjelm, young Swedish business-;| Bishop Dr. Legge of the Soviet
all parts of the country atteni-| accauit crossing of the Neckar} man was released by the Czechs|Zone city of Meissen, has asked
ed the meeting, which was held! river by two infantry regiments., to-day before serving a three-|the Cologne Archbishop to send
behind closed doors. The Con-| Troops using assault boats 2s-| year prison sentence for.“eco-|40 priests from Western German

gress drew up a programme} tablished a firm bridgehead 01! nomic sabotage and spying.” His/to the Meissen bishopric to ease



i

which will be announced shori | the east bank, and soon after; appeal was dismissed last Satur-/the fateful lack of priests there.
ly, according to a party spokes-| men and equipment. poured across; day. but on Tuesday the Swedish} ‘Phe Secretariat's spokesman
man, the river. Legation was told he — b€} said yesterday that speedy spirit- |
—Reuter. —Reuter. | free. —Keuter. jual aid for Germans in the |
dilaniartiaced ‘ ' Soviet Zone was necessary «c |
a ; counteract widely spread de- |
Five Killed In + S k Christianization there. |

alklands Governor Speaks Reuter,



Milk Lorry House

ILLINOIS, Jan, 20
A man, wife, and three small
children died early today when a
stove exploded, and fire swept
their improvised home.

To Marooned Seientists
By Radio-Telephone

plied to the Governor by Morse.

Printer’s Devil
In The King’s Title |

LONDON, Jan. 20. |

ON BOARD THE JOHN











Se Sane oe Ses BISCOE, Jan, 20. It was clear the ‘Stenington men A mistake in the King’s title
laces with owed paper. All are SIR MILES CLIFFORD, Falk- | were enormously cheerful by the} was made in a government pub-|
Sleved to have ae asleep in |!ands’ Governor, has spoken by [way in which they replied. lication released on Thursday
cheir bunks when the Are began. radio telephone The Serene ie eet a, he, King)
§ Reater,|t0 the Britith also used radiojof Irelan instead ing of:
scientists ma- | YOU MUST read ihe case telephone for aj] Northern Ireland.
: | rooned inside the of THE ROYAL MAIL in conversation The text of an Agreemeni
Oxford Condemns | Antarctic Circle e , , with Major K. S.| issued as a white paper on the |
" on Stonington Monday's Evening Advo- Pierce - le wu hog ” armed forces ~ =e
; oe ; | ate. who is already russels Treaty powers referred)
Parliament a Te — KVERYBODY READS the | 3 Deception to “His Majesty King of Great}
OXFORD, Jan. 20. aoe y theit k ee Aad cide, — | Island, and who} Britain, Ireland and the British |
The Oxford Union-University ¥ . ; oe ves er | 18 planning | the} Dominions Beyond the Seas It}
Debating Society and Mock Par- |Tscue. Fhe Gov- rescue flights} occurred at least twice in both
liament on Thursday carried by a|°2 not yet from Deception;the English and French texts.
vote of 368 to 216 this motion | ‘tally recovered to Stonington. | A spokesman at the Foreig
low This House conde the legis-| from: an illness, is in the John] The Argentine transport Char-| Office said. ‘The correct title ot
l lation of the present Parliament.”}Biscoe, now heading a second | cot is anchored at Fort Poster with | His Majesty should be King of}
i Chief pport of the motion|time for Deception Island—ad | reliefs and stores from an | Great Britain, Northern Ireland)
N I nservative |\ ance e fre hic é tine Meteorological base, | and British Dominions Beyond
Eng ‘ St um. The Argentine base is|the Seas.” At the Governmen
or . killed personnel; Stationery. Office a spokesma:
enforced | said that he thought it wa
) the one € (C.P.) ~~ (Reuter.)i printer’s. error,—(CP)

to consider the country’s new financial “plight.’’

2 File

Against
Acheson

Ask Halt Dismantling

9

Committee and a member of the
| Legislative Council said today
| that the petition was*planned be-=
} cause the people of British Hon-
{duras feared ‘that a memorial
| they sent last week vo Colonial
| Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones

asking for Parliamentary action
| might be “pigeon-holed.”

Smith said his Committee had
received an acknowledgment for
the Memorial from Creech Jones
who said he was “urgently con-
sidering” it.

Suit





The British Government's an-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 nouncement two days «ago of
s NGTO? 20, ;

An appheation has been made in £400,000 grant. me ; .
the District Court here for an | 4e8eribed by the Government
rder to prevent the State De- | ‘4° ace OO iitere 2 a owe

partment from permitting de- opmen, and elfare and to as
struction or dismantling of Ger-| 2 overeoming economic difficul-

nan industrial plants.

ties was described by Smith today

merely a grant for which

Legislators had been.pressing be-

lhe application was made by
Martin Opitz and Bisie William-| fore devaluation,
swki both of New York City “How can the British Govern-
They named as defendant the} ment say it is a grant to over-

Secretary of State

Mr, Opitz was identified as ar

American Citizen w
in numerous Ger
enterprises

He challenged t!

as a violation of t
in that there was
of the action by t

violation of the

Administration rul
The suit said
was adding a finar
American
ducing
rope

economic ¢

taxpayers

Dean Acheson.| come devaluation difficulties?” he

asked.
ho holds stock Smith added ‘We do not want
nan industria)| to be treated like beggars. We
want to be helped to manage our
wn affairs. We want back our
te dismantlin lollar
he constitutior If vhe Briti people want to
no ratification Kt how their money is being
he Senate and} wasted they should send an im-
Mares M partial ommission to British
that dismantling ORCER
A rence ig An inti-devaluation iemon-
acial eS stration is to beheld in Belize
ielvoum tues take ext week—Reuter.

ANNOUNCEMENT
“ MISLEADING”

“Advocate”

—Reuter,

rhe correspondent

nN os “2 °@ al Belize in a cable message states
Tunisian Ship jthat a Government communique
today revealed yesterday's London

Sinks Off Spain

MARSEILL

rhe

ba” sank to-day

east coast of Spair
signals received
authorities here

Punisian steamer
in a gale off the

|Press Service announcement of

£250,000 as a British gift for

jing : itis iduras

ES, Jan. 20 tiding over British Honduras

| through her devaluation difficul-

“Tebour- 1
Bebe ties and referred vo the estimated



seording ta | S28 of the construction of the
‘ tar vis ,| Middlesex Roaring Creel Board
oie he A £25,000 of which has already been
sixteen of the

approved by the Secretany of State

crew were reported (o have been] oy, the immediate start of the
rescued by the French steamer] road.
“Ville Doran’ The communique sates it now
The captain and eight others of|appears that the full £250,000
the crew who had remained on!has been approved though the
the “Tebourba (1,250 tons) | British Honduras Government has
until the last moment were re-| not yet been fully notified. The
ported to be afloat on a raft :%|communigue points out ‘gat the
heavy sea with visibility almost | full sum must of necessity be spent
nil ; over a considerable period as the
Several aircraft including construction of the read proceeds,
seaplane have joined into the ! t describes the Press Ser
search for the captain and eight] announcement as “misleadins
of the crew of the Tebourba”’ ee re engre eet cee acer ee
Weeen, Saber OF She" Rae CORRE Don't tell your friends.
of Spain. oa
An airliner, flying from Algiers They went pay you. Tell
to Paris has been ordered to alter the “Advocate”. It will

its course, and par
ber rescue dinghy
where the steamer

achuite a rue

near the spot

sank.
—Reuter.

pay you.
Tel, 3113.



RUMPETER

CIGARETTES



Johnny Smith, Chairman of the °





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PA(® TWO

ence T

(Carub

IS EXCELLENCY the Gcv-
H ernor has graciously consent-
ed to give his distinguished pat-
Tonage and hopes to attend the
Cabaret Ball on Feb. 4th, which
is in aid of the St. Philip Baby

Welfare Centre and the St.
Thomas Children’s Nutrition
Clinic.

Master of Ceremonies will be
Mr. Eddie Cook who is well
known for his ana and =
personality. Besides those alrea
mentioned as taking part are, Miss
Doreen Roberts, Miss Barbara
Jordan, Mrs. F. O. O’Connor Git-
tens and the Misses Sheila and
Gloria Walcott.

The ladies in charge tell me
that tickets are selling well and
the evening promises to be one
of great enjoyment for all those
Who attend and at the same time
they will be assisting in two very
good causes.
‘ PS) «>
Leaving For England
i R. HAROLD BANCROFT,

who resigns as Manager of
SeawellAirport at the end of this
month will be leaving for England
on February 15th*on the Golfito,
accompanied by his wife.

«<» «an

i They’re Off
LL Hands on Deck! At 2.30
o’cloek-this afternoon, as the
starter’s gun breaks the silence
over Carlisle Bay the 1950 Yacht-
ing Season will be on. While
skippers and their skilled crews

: } battle against each other,
3 fans will be





wet

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at the Aquatic Club
and Yacht. Club, along Burke's
Beach and some even on the
Esplanade, hailing for the par-
‘ ticular boat which they are in-
terested in,

Up untila late hour yesterday
evening some yachtsmen were
still putting the finishing touches
onto their boats; last minute pre-
parations to ensure them of vic-
tory.

Business With Pleasure
R. HARRY ST. HILL, who
has been here for a litile

over a week combining business
with pleasure, left yesterday
afternoon for St. Vincent via
Trinidad by the “Lady Patricia.”
Son of Mr, and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill
of ‘Ypres’, Ist. Avenue, Belleville,
he is Supervisor of Popular
Stores Limived in St, Vincent. He
told me that his sister Thelma
will be paying a visit to Barbados
shortly.
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Returned To Caracas
k. J. S, STORRIE, who rep-
resents a large firm of En-

gineers in Engiand over in
Caracas and Senor J. Abasolo,
who is on constructional work
in Caracas have enjoyed their
short hoiiday in Barbados and
were guesis at “Cacrahbank.”

¥ «a» «an

: High And Low

i i Thursday morning, when
> the “Svella Polaris” was here,
, three Chauffeurs were overheard
trying toeget a lady tourist to
hire their car. Their sales (lk
went like this:—

“Take this car Madam, it’s the
latest.” The second fellow not to
be outdone cried, “No! my fare is
cheaper.”- The third one piped
up “Give mé a break Miss, I know
vhe right spots!”

Well the cheaper fellow won.
Suppose as soon as the tourist
trade is over these chauffeurs
will return to normal life, and
we ‘Bajans’ will have to pay the
maximum, or use the bus

U.K. Horticulturist Leaves

R. PETER COBBALD, a hor-

j ticulturist from the United

} Kingdom left om Thursday eve-

ning for Dominica where he will

spend a further holiday before

' returning home. He had spent

4 about ‘wo weeks here and was

staying at the Sea View Guest

’ House.

iti Mr. Cobbald was accompanied

. 7 by his mother.

it N HER _ noisome_ cavern,
Avie. blackened with smoke from
foul herbs and filthy concoctions,
sits the last of the sibyls, a direct
descendant of the notable hag of
Panzoust.

A politician who came to con-
sult her about the date of the
election found her conning a bat’s
entrails. To his greeting she
replied, cryptically. “Si necnon
hie necnon Huc,” and proceeded

cut his breeches to ribbons
with a knife steeped in a distilla-
tion of viper’s bugloss and hemp
Wher she had shredded
i his shirt and waist-
overed his boots with Pata-
gonian rye-grass, ripped his coat
and ground his hat between two
rocks, she lit a fire beneath a
gigantic cauldron, Into this she
threw his -underclothes and a
quantity of arrowroot, a leveret
snared with mustard under a full
moon, sainfoin, elm-bark, and



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beetroot-juice, while chanting the

WHITFIELDS

HARDWARE

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

“1 always feel that
enters into the :
village revela more h

than Aer ledgship hersets.



On Pleasure Trip

R. AND MRS. CHARLES A.

BINGER of New York who
are on a month’s pleasure trip
through the West Indies, stopped
in here during the week from
Trinidad by B.W.1LA. for a short
period and are staying at vhe
Windsor Hotel.

They have both visited the
West Indies before, but this is
their first trip vo Barbados which
they like very much. They also
said that the only island which in
their estimation compares favour-
ably with Barbados is St, Thomas.

Both members of the Freakness
Hills Country Club, New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Binger had their
first game of golf here on Wednes-
day at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club and hope to play
every day until they leave.

Mr. Binger is President of the
Reply-O-Letier Company of New
York City.

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Appointed Headmistress

HE Speightstown Girls’ School

re-opened last week after the
Christmas holidays with their new
Headmistress, Miss Sylvia Watis
who succeeded Miss Rollock who
has retired.

A former pupil of St. Michael’s

Girls’, Miss Watts was attached to
the teaching staff of Sv. Philip’s
Girls’ before entering Erdiston

College for training. At the ex-
piration of her training, she was
appointed an assistani at the
Model School at Erdiston

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lhe Lights Flickered

LECTRICiLY cuts again had

several Cinemas out of action
last night. However, with the aid
of a small generator the Globe
Theatre was able to put on their
regular Friday “Talent Night.”
Now and again the lights flickered
off during the acts. This however
caused no break in the programme
and the amateurs put their besv
into their effort, but once again
the crowd was unnecessarily noisy
at times. Winners were Phyllis
Collymore, Evans Bascombe and
Dorothy Marshall, in that order.
Mr. Maurice Jones Manager of the
Globe told the audience during the
show that he would be returning
to Trinidad on Monday. As the
introducer of Local Talent Nighy
to Barbados he will be greatly
missed by many cinema-goers.

By the end of the last contes-
tani’s number, the electric power
had been resvored and the sched-
uled film was shown.

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U.S. Visitors Return
M* AND MRS. W. J. ECK of
Washington, D.C., who came

out to Barbados about a month
ago fog the winter paid a two-
week visi to British Guiana and
returned by the “Lady Rodney”
on Wednesday. They are staying
at the Sea View Guest House

WAY



. . .
song of the Goueil de Jouéou,
with its wild refrain, “Garonne!
Ohé, Garonne!” Choked and

blinded with smoke, the politician
staggered back to the National
Liberal Club, naked and enraged.

In Passing

HAVE a suspicion that many

of those who were writing,
at the turn of the year, about
England 50 years ago, were born
about 1922, Their ideas of what
Victorians and Edwardians were
like come from revue sketches,
cartoons, and the jests of their

contemporaries. To take one in-
Stance, it is not true that young
men and girls only began to en-
joy themselves when they gavq
up good manners. Girls were not

imbeciles, nor men prigs and
prudes merely because _ their
clothes and their habits were
different from ours to-day.
An Interesting Fact
CORRESPONDENCE about

the derivation of the word

Calling

she has recenily been appointed

Class Still On
R. RALPH CxOWE, Govern-
ment Architect and Town

Fianning Officer will take Mr.
John Harrison’s Art Class, tols
morning, as Mr. Harrison, who is
at present in Grenada, has had to
postpone his return until Mon-
day.
Wakefield as usual and will begin
at 9.15.

The class will be held at

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Enjoying Themselves
RS. VIOLET DE SILVA, and
her daughter Imelda, who

arrived here in late December
from St. Kitts, are having a
lovely holiday and may decide
to setvle in Barbados. At present
they
Hill,

are staying at Spooner’s
St. Michael.

On Carib Survey

M* JOSEPH C, FARMER,

head of the Ministry of Civil
Aviation, Tele-communication
Branch accompanied by Mr. A. D-
Hodgson, Director General of
Tele-Communications, Aeronau-
tical, left Trinidad by B.W.I.
yesterday on a short visit to Brit-
ish Guiana. Mr. Farmer is on a
survey of tele-communication fa-
cilities in the Caribbean Area.

«an «»
Recently Appointed
ISS HELEN PILGRIM was
an intransit passenger on the

“Lady Rodney”, which left Bar-
bados on Thursday night. For-
merly an Assistant teacher at the
Girls’ High School, St. Vincent,;

Senior Assistant Teacher of the
Girls’ High School in St, Kitts.

Miss Pilgrim is the daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. A. C.
Pilgrim of Mount Tabor, St. Jotu:.
Carib wishes her the besv of luck
in her new venture

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On Sick List
crn is sorry to learn that
Miss Alphine Farrell, Nurse
at the Mental Hospital, who was
knocked down by a lorry whilst
cycling home on Saturday is at
home under the care of Dr. H. G

Massiah. Carib wishes her "
speedy recovery.
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On Holiday

R. F. H. ATKIN, Secretary
of the Hotel de Paris, Trin-
idad is now in Barbados for two}

weeks’ holiday. He arrived on}
Wednesday by B.W.1.A. and _ is|
staying at vhe Hotel Royal.

* * *

R. NATHAN BILSKY, a re-

tired businessman of Ottawa, !
Canada, was an arrival on Sunday |
by T.C.A. for about three weeks’
holiday and is staying av the Sea
View Guest House,



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Back Again

R. NAIM SABGA and@ Mr.!

John O. Thomas, merchants
of Port-of-Spain Trinidad, and
regular visitors to the island,
were arrivals on Thursday mor- |
ning by B.W.1.A. for about a}
week’s holiday and are staying at|
Hovel Royal.

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Comings and Goings
R. JACK KNIGHT of Cable
and Wireless and Mrs. Knight
returned by B.W.I.A. on Thursday
after spending the Christmas
holidays with their relatives.
* * .

Mr. Louis Spence, Controller of
Supplies, Mr. A; T. Shill, Acting
Comptroller of Customs, Trini-
dad, and Mr, R. K. Masson, Col-
lector of Customs, British Hon-
duras, left by B.W.1.A. yesterday
for Trinidad. They had attended
the final session of the Customs
Union Commission and were stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel.

A 7 *

Mr. Joseph Du Boulay, planter
of St. Lucia, was an arrival by
B.W.LA. from St. Lucia on Thurs-
day and left the following day
for Trinidad. He is the brovher of
Honourable Andre Du Boulay of
Castries.

By Beachcomber

mosquito leaves me cold. 2D hap-
pen to know that the word comes,

not from the Latin musca, a fly, {

but from the Arab mosque. When
the Moors came into Spain they
added the Spanish quito (free
from an obligation), because the
insects used to swarm outside the





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Make The Baby Walk

Well-known British baby ex-,af Public Health Officers, Dr. Gib-

pert Dr. John Gibbens astonished
British mothers by urging them
to “throw perambulators away
He said that
carriages are “prisons for babies.”
an audience

and let baby walk.”
Lecturing before

Crossword

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ahead. (4)

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that is returning to hide.

Seldom through inattention they

bens stated: F

“Some babies are “prammed
all day long with no chance of
exercise. As a result they stick
on rolls of fat or have a break-
down of their digestive system.”

Declaring, that “one had only
to go to some public park to see
big fat babies, who could quite

j easily walk, being pushed along
by their nurses,” Dr. Gibbens
continued:

Too Much Abuse
“There is too much abuse on
the pram. When a child reaches
six months, he should be put on
about or

the ground to crawl
dangled on the knee. He should
have exercise.”

Insisted Dr. Gibbens: “When

children can walk their prams
should be thrown away.”

The doctor said that he was
most distressed by baby troubles
due to prams:—





one. Pra
than good.”

Doctor Gibbens told his audi- |
ence that a very young ae |
rould be put in his cot in front

of an open window and that was |



all that was required. The only |
point in a baby carriage was as
a social convenience to enable |
mothers to take baby shopping |
with them.

Warned Dr. Gibbens: “I see;

has never been in |
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gathering.

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know who sing.

. One oyster here and there
this may disclose.

14. A fruit-destroyer, so the story
goes.
15. What this acrostic is to one |

who knows.

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course, to the first and last letters
of the 15 words. If the correct
words are found, the first and last
letters, reading vertically down-
ward, will spell the two maxims
to which reference is made above.

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FIND the word suggested by

}each definition and spell it back-

| wards to form the second word;

1. A color of gloom when in-
verted becomes a poet.

. Reverse a word meaning to

eat and get a girl’s name.

The name of a toy spelled

backwards in the name of a

kitchen utensil.

4. Reverse a small pointed: in-
strument used for fastening
and it becomes a pinch.

5. Spell backwards the name of
a part of a church an? you

3.

PA ee ae tes ges SP case after case of knock-knees be- | Shaves, seas tte
g in stiff old shoes, ee y as a= tieoe t e . ‘
22, ally an outsize this is a bird. cause children live their lives ini 6. Something used in fishing

. 24. New tune, (5, 3) rams.” » & hing
25. Skeleton material. (4) pram : hers rh atre | when reversed becomes a
96. For this is wretched, (4) To those mothers who give Main
. e , Soin their young children candy and| _ num er. die siiihie. “ gelit
; ‘ this cat crackers Dr. Gibbens gave an-| 7- Reverse what rob
2. A fool's this ts a useless under |, i | and get a necessity to an

taking. (6) 8. See 10 Across | other warning: : | 4
S: Grect & Sukh Gc ane eT” “Dont: give \cendy ‘te children |.) AXwean- bit
6. A priestly garment. (3) @ up to two years of age. They| 8. Take a short sleep, inver Be:
7. See 4 Across. don’t need candy and crackers and you have a cooking ves
8 They sey oo Possession when between meals sel
fibs fatl. (8) Pine se 7 m a,

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i6. Tusf appeal “a penny, (4) j and candy, It is a lazy mother’s|10. The name of a citrus fruit
18. Sul to up a riot. (4) | trick. She does not want a cry- | when reversed becomes a
zo Hes «ing of beasts | ing child, so she sticks something | man’s name.

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and any of the unfaithful they 4 Monty WOOLLEY,

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was a_ certain water-carrier’s| ===,
daughter who hung about the

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size of a football.

Listening For Ferrets
HEN I read that five trains}
had been held up fy a man

who was listening for ferrets, I
knew that all was well. I see
him with his nose to the sleepers,
standing astride a rail, hand cup-
ping ear, eyes clouded with doubt!
and anxiety.
What is this life, so full of care, |
And wherein lies its merit, |

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And listen for a ferret ?

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cS ON ee)

THE VICTORY of the

question of the

PARIS, (By eat
; - periodicals hei
a Paes forecasts down
050 wf impatient Paris weekly
, readers a glimpse o! what

in the year 2000.
ed in the form oi inter-
with prominent people, the
tury--minded La Presse
; eq an H. G. Wellsian pic~
of the 21st century. |
doctor foresaw test-tube
os with predetermined phy si-|
and mental characteristics; a}
gist spoke of uranium central |
ing and atomic powered -_ * |
jneer edicted the

san engineer p

LONDON, Jan. 11.

Wafdist Party in the recent}
Egyptian elections may have an important effect!
o still closed oil refineries at Haifa.

« ‘So far ettempts by the Foreign

Office to persuade Iraq to re-open
i pipelines to Haifa have been
unsuccessful. Analternative
method of supplying the refineries
with crude oil—by tanker from
Abadan (on the Persian Gulf)
through the Suez to Haifa—was
suggested by the British Govern-
ment. But Egypt refused. Its
Saadist Government that has just
been defeated at the polls still
imposes a ban on the exports of
materials and combustibles—that
would include oil—to Israel, on the
grounds that Egypt is still techni-
cally at war with that country.
(So far an armistice only has been
signed). In this anti-Israeli atti-

tude the Iraqi Government has
followed the Egyptian.
Reasonable

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however, may decide to adopt a
more reasonable front towards
Israel. Being a strong Govern-|
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mings of space travel, the
Ba age of the helicopter and
obsolescence auto-

pe
vf the

and an athlete envisaged |

ss of bald supermen.
ether you're for"television o1
n't got a set, La Presse pre-

its readers (who expect to
found in the year 2000) for
interesting video refinements.

only colour television be
Phat by then, they predicte 4,
no home would be complete
mit video telephones giving
mage in relief.

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Speculation |
latter provided materi il
some. interesting speculation j
part.of La Presse. For)
nple, .they pointed out, aj}
swain of the 21st century
wants to have a tete-a-tete
the light of his life has only}
} her number. He will then
ble not only to see her and
to her but also,to touch her.
er prediction? for tne year}

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were: ‘ |
lengthening of the human
man and even the possibility
medical fountain of youth
tots wil] become mere tec I=}



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health because sickne ill
tically disappea) Penicillin |
Sulfa drugs are just the}
tive beginnings from whi hy

develop one single
h will prevent and cure
necessary) all diseases
tz gold will be made just |
ficial rubber is manufactured |
But the scientific advances|
next half century will tend}
he development of practical |
tations of our pré know- |
rather than the

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roundup concluded with a:
logical forecast for world

for the next 50 years.}
were many ups and downs]
Ming to the star with

over totalitarianism and ;
fof peace by the time 2000
around.

Seeks Release
Of 2 Athletes

PRETORIA, Jan. 20.
South African Health De-
ment today urged representa-
to the Government of Pakis-
OF the release of two South
in athletes, held in quaran- |
in Karachi.
Department asked the rea-
f the detention of the two
Cadet Officer Ian De Johngh,
fears old high jumper, and
in Jooste, 35 years old wrest-
and urged their release.

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j unlike the Saadists—it can, in the

| little

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first place, take a more decided
ine in foreign policy. It can,
besid claim to have taken no
part in the farcical expedition that

Egypt sent to Palestine in the
Arab-Israeli war. It has also, it

is believed, certain Anglo-Egyptian
tendencies. These are some of the
factors that may decide the
Wafdists to assume a less hostile

| policy towards Israel

Such a policy might
the lifting of the ban on the}
passage of oil tankers through the
Suez If the Egyptians allowed
this, the Iraqi Government would
probably follow suit and re-open
the pipelines to Haifa.

Approximately 4,000,000 tons of
crude oil a year were delivered
to Haifa from Iraq before the
Israeli-Arab war. But this figure
could be increased to about 7,500-

000 tons if the new 16 inch line
|from Kirkuk were extended to
Haife This, the experts say,
could be done within a few months.
The new Kirkuk pipeline had been
| practically completed up to the
; Israeli border when the outbreak

of

the Palestine war forced con-

j struction to stop.
What precisely the re-opening
i! the Haifa refineries—with the

increased deliveries—would mean
to the sterling area economy is a
ifficult to estimate. But it
thought in oil cireles that, even
on a conservative reckoning, Haifa
could turn out about 1,000,000
tons of petroleum a year. This
s nearly twice the amount needed
o maintain the present petrol
in Britain

ration



Bermuda Gets 48%

More Tourists
HAMILTON, (By Mail)

Bermuda’s tourist industry in-|
creased 48 per cent. in 1949 due
to the return of the Queen of

Bermuda in February, according
to Immigration Board figures

Ship passengers cut heavily into
airline business. There was only
a 4% drop in airline arrivals but
the total number of flights to
Bermuda had been doubled and
there was one new carrier, Trans-
canada Airlines, during the year.

Passengers totals for 1949 wer2:
ships 25,355, planes 38,164, total

The “Queen” brought 23,024.

1948 totals were: ships 4,93,
planes 34,527, totalling 39,525.

All figures are for total arrivals,
including tourists, who account

include; .

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British Birds

Tear Paper |

(By FRED SMITH)
LONDON, (By Mail)

_ An inquiry into the paper tear-
ing habits of British birds has re-
vealed that many birds are given
to paper tearing but the blue-tit
is the worst offender.

British bird expert Lt. Col. W.
M. Logan Home is carrying out
an investigation into paper tear-
ing habits of birds at the request
of the British Trust for Ornithol-

ogy.

His findings reveal that star-
lings, charffinches, sparrows,
thrushes, blackbirds, jackdaws,

parrots and the tit family all con-
sider the finest way in which to
pass their spare time is by de-
liberately tearing up paper,

Col. Home's evidence against
the blue-tits comes from all over
Britain, and includes many in-
stances of wall paper, new or
peeling, plain or coloured being
attacked.

In one instance, two blue-tits
flew into a parked car and chewed
up the license card.

Fore Form.

Reports tell how blue-tits en-
tered a room and tore up Govern-
ment forms. Other blue-tits
pecked away with glee at leather
photograph frames and linen hung
out to dry. They also are re-
ported to have wrecked havoc
on newspapers left on porches.

Col. Home said that after re-
questing information from Britons
on bird tearing habits, about 80
per cent of the letters he had
read “show that the writers are
in the habit of feeding the bird,
and the paper-tearing seems to
have nothing to do with hunger.”

“The birds may do it just for
their own amusement. Letters
show that tame birds let out of

their cages will tear up paper
immediately after a meal,”
declared Col. Home,

The British Trust for Ornithol-
ogy recently completed an investi-
gation into thefts from milk-
bottles by birds.

the worst culprit.

Mr. J.
investigators, said that he had
plenty of evidence that blue-tits

as 2n inch of milk. —IN.S

LOVE STORY

GEORGIA, Jan, 20.

A wife named Mattie



for 90 per cent. of the totals.

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tearing, the blue-tit proved to be}



| Transportation Company Garage
M. Fisher, one of the! '"yesday night.

| shina day,
peck off the cap of a milk bottle| only few thin leads,
and help themselves to as much|

| person in Miami on Thursday as
| a possible suspect.

| John F. Daly, said after talking
| with Miami Police that the man
| apparently

I Love
has filed suit for a divorce. She
claims that her husband’s natural



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STUNTED PESS/IM/STIS :

“YEN S BUT SHE'S WEARING HIGH HEELS

World Copyright



Acheson
Disagrees
@ From Page 1
any move to revoke the Assems

bly.
The decision of 1946 requiring

United Nations members to with
Graw heads of Missions from
Spain. He maintained that to a

so would imply approval of the
Franco Regime, which from the
British point of view, was impos
sible because the regime was
considered unrepresentative.

In diplomatic quarters it
London, it is understood tha
Britain was aware of Mr.

Acheson's decision to state pub-
licly that he considered tha‘
United Nations policy toward
Spain had been a mistake.
Washington, it is thought in
London, was already aware shat n
change of front was probable by
Britain, The fact is, it is felt in
political quarters that it is morally
impossible for Britain’s Labour
Government to make a gesture of
approval towards General Fran-
cisco Franco. This is, of course
doubly the case when_a General
Election is pending, —Reuter.

FBI. Hunt For
Nine Bandits In
$lm. Robbery

BOSTON, Jan. 20.

Topflight investigators, com-
manded by the head of the Federal
Bureau Investigation on Friday
s\reamlined their hunt for Boston's
million dollar desperadoes.

Under orders from F.B.1., Diree-
tor J. Edgar Hoover, who took
control on Thursday. Experts jn-
volved in investigation co-ordinat-
ed activities, They cqnsidered the
possibility of setting up a central
office to sift clues.

Detectives from Hoover's office
crisscrossed United States to F.B.I.
branches in key. cities in the hunt
for nine bandits who seized



cheques at Brink’s Armored

manhunt entered its
investigators clung to

As the

Of New
was seized

an ex-convict
$1,762 on his

Jersey
with

Boston Deputy Superintendent,

had no connection
with the local holdup.—(CP)

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Dancing

UBERLINGEN, GERMANY.
(By Mail)
No boogie-woogie, swing or

samba will be danced during the
coming carnival in Southern
Germany, if straight laced Ger-
man officialdom has its way. But}
the public, particulariy the!
younger generation, violently op-
poses the intentions of their
would-be censors.

In Sackingen, upper Rhine,
close to the Swiss border, the
Burgomasters of the district as-
sembled to discuss ways and
means to banish “imported”
dances in favour of the tradition-
al German ones. Realizing that
out-and-out banning would cause
repercussions among younger
carnival goers. the solid Burgo-
masters instead resolved to make
only “recommendations to the
dancing bands.”



At Ostrach, a small town in the
Hohenzollern district, the Burgo-
master had announced strong op-
position to the samba in order tc
discourage jazz bands and owner:
of dance halls, However, the fol-
lowing Sunday, when he turnec
in his radio he was amazed tc
hear the disk-jockey announce :
samba “by special request of the
Burgomaster of Ostrach.” An ob-

vious gag originated by some
samba fiend in his town.
—LN.S.



. .

India Recognises

7.99 ;

“No” Government

ig
In Indo-China
NEW DELHI, Jan. 20

Communist China’s reported
decision to recognise Dr. Ho Chi
Minh’s Republic of Vietman will
not influence India’s policy to-
wards Indo-China in any way
according to informed circles
here.

India considers that neither the
Bao Dai Government nor Doctor
Ho’s Government has the attri-
butes of Sovereignty, and there-
fore she is not in a position to
recognise either as the Govern-
ment in Indo-China.

Prime Minister Pandi’ Nehru
said recently that India’s policy
was not to give official recognition
to any Government in Indo-
China, “because parts of Indo-
China are under one authority,
and other parts are under another
authority.”—Reuter.

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12 Return
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; ‘Twelve Barbadians who were
{el oyed at the Lago Oil Refin-
| ery Aruba, returned to the island

yesterday by M. V. “Daerwood”
They were Oscar Richards, Eg-
bert A. Haybes, Owen Jones, Cle-

;ophas OD. Fenty, Frederick A.
*| Best, Vernon D. Stoute, Allan

| Wilson. Theodore Marshall, Em-
erson Reece, Douglas McL. Luke,
Leon A. Gibson and Seibert G. S.
| Webster. P

| The “Daerwood” is scheduled
to leave the colony on Sunday
| for Aruba via St. Lucia, Grenada
jand St. Vincent. The Schooner
Owners’ Association are agents.

od

A Clock Tower
_ Gets “A Wash’’

The clock tower at the Savan-
nah Club is getting a “washing”.
This is one of. the best known
landmarks in the island. For years
now the racing community of
Barbados always take or lose
hope as the fancies which they
have backed in a race reach “The
Clock” and turn the bend for
| home,

| Decree Granted

in the Court for Divorce and
| Matrimonial Causes yesterday
His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir







Malaya Expects



" ° ‘ % ‘ “e i ~eod
2G +e Alfan = Collymore, —_ pp onofanees
Record Rice Crop (> Collymore, pronounced
ry TTR a YR. D. Gill, (Petitioner) and
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan. 2) |! i
sietoce s rice Naa season | J. M. Gill (Respondent). Decree
forecast at over 400,000 tons | nisi was pronounced on Octobex
C a wr 370.180. t -|7 last year
compared with 370,180 last year! ! YO. z
ae likely ‘i be a record, Dr,|. Mr. W. R. Douglas instructed
A. E. McIntosh, Acting Director | °Y Mr. W. I, Griffith of the =
of Malaya’s Agriculture Federa-|0f Messrs. Haynes and Griffith
tion said to-day | represented the petitioner,
Reuter ,

, MOBILE CINEMA

private show at the Leper

° + oe . A
People Dissatisfied With Hospital on Monday, January 23,
Communist Rule

TAIPEH, Jan. 20
Chiang Kai Shek who plans

is included in the programme of

the Mobile Cinema for the week

beginning January 23 to Friday
| January 27.

mobilise women in China to} On Tuesday January 24 the
help the wounded, said that the | Cinema will be at Cottage and
people on the mainland were | Groves area, St. George, Wednes-

dissatisfied with Communist Rule, |

f

day, January 25, Mile-and-Quar-







and felt they had been fooled ter area, St. Peter, Thursday,

They did not like the Russian jsenees 26, Cheapside and Fon-
orm of Government and Total-! tabeile area, and on Friday Janu-
tarian methods,

1



—Reuter.

ary 27, at -St. Philip.

Peregrine

Phillips

invented the Contact Process for
making sulphuric acid. Though
this process was patented asearly
as 1831, it was not developed
|{ commercially until seventy years
: later, when it revolutionised sul-
phuric acid manufacture. Today,
= half the world’s ouiput is made



in this way. Although his
discovery ranks amongst the inost important advances ever made in chemical manufacture,
surprisingly litle isknown about Phillips himself, Even the dates and places of his birth and

death are wit ‘tain, The only indispu

A Peregrine Phillips clieved to be +

t about his life is the date of his patent,
inventor's father, opened a tailor’s shop in Bristol

in 1803, but forsook tailoring in 1824 to go into parte rship with Joha Thorne, a vinegar

manufacturer of the same ity. Peregrine Phillips junior the inventor ——was also amember



of the firm, but he appears to have renox

ced his share about the same time as he took out his

patent. The wording of this document s'ows that he vnist have had both a good teclinical
education and a capacity jor hard u if NOGHAG 1s known as to

where he acquired his knowledge or ther he ever tried to ¢ eploit f ‘ty,

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was never heard of again.

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Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows
5 Saturday, January 21, 1950

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Caribbean Customs
Union

THE Commission of the British Carib-
bean Customs Union at its final session in
this island during the last fortnight reached
agreement on its report which will be sub-
mitted to the various West Indian Govern-
ments and to the Colonial Office. The report
itself was the result of a colossal amount
of work by the two commissioners ap-
pointed by the Colonial Office which formed
the basis of that done by the entire body.

In December 1948, when the Commission
was appointed as a result of the Montego
Bay resolution on Customs Union, the
many items on which customs duties had
to be paid were categorised differently in
each island; now they have been given a
single classification for the entire area.
This in turn can be referred to the tariff
structures now in worldwide use.

The recommendations of the Commis-
sion stress the advantage of having a par-
tial free trade area in the British Carib-
bean. Imported articles once within the
area, will be subjected to the same duty
in each territory because the entire British
Caribbean will be treated as though it was
one land area. It is realised of course that
until the whole area is: included in at
least a partial unification, there will be
little likelihood of gaining the advantages |
to be derived from any kind of closer |
association.

It was not an easy task to classify some
649 articles which hitherto have been
subjected to seven different types of classi-
fication in the various territories; but
such is the achievement of the Com-
mission.







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The contents of the recommendations
have not been published but the Com-
missioners will undoubtedly have prepared
a practical proposal for adoption by West
43 Indian Governments. This proposal will

iv have to include the formation of a Central
Advisory Committee which would consid-
er and make recommendations on any
changes which the local legislatures desire
to make. On that Committee there might
then be an Inspector General of Customs
and Excise. This officer would have to be
young and energetic and to be able to
undertake frequent travel throughout the
area. The various urgent changes could
then be made and ratified at a later stage.

The main disadvantage of free trade in
! the area is the fact that each colony would
lose, at its introduction, a certain amount
of revenue; but this not being excessive
could be made up from other sources of
; taxation. The advantages of free trade
| are however too obvious to allow this
ges a small and temporary loss to prevent its
operation. The protection of home made
articles exported throughout the area
yf would have to be protected and so it will
: be necessary to ensure that such excisable
goods imported from one colony to another
will be liable to duty imposed only at the
particular rate in the colony in which it is
consumed.

The Comnfssion was optimistic that its
recommendations would be accepted by
the various governments concerned and
although it does not mean that Customs
Union will be an immediate practical
proposition, its foundations will have been
laid, In any consideration of political
unification of the West Indies it is an
essential.

Decision Today

THE Working Party of the International
Wheat Council may agree to the terms for
admitting Germany and Japan to the
International Wheat Agreement when it
meets in London to-day, it was reported
by Reuter.

It is understood that the representatives
of some of the exporting countries have
still to rceive instructions from their Gov-
ernments on the proposed terms,







OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—It is time that some fur-
ther exposure be made of the
treatment meted out to the people
of this island by the British Gov-
ernment; and the possible dis-
ruption of our economy if it con-
tinues.

The most recent incident is the
edict with regard to pickled pork.
The Canadian and U.S.A. markets
are closed to us and the only other
place for us to order this item is
in the Argentine. Here the price
is much higher than that in Cana-
da or the United States and it
means that we are compelled to



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i & fe igus: sem are doing everything possible to ye Mew alee "Gace = at bus ae ee mee 2 to a person affected with leprosy one of the diseases met with in 1-Ib, tin MILK POWDER
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men at attractive prices but they V. SMITH contending that he should have oi have been unheard of. Now they gunuay eck's Good Cause on FRESH VEGETABLES ais
: i: es em : 4 : , ed . day January 5 : . F “ RU
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would be no license issued for The Barbados Electric Supply Cor- ‘#t “he trave Ting public on Tie pondent patients nowulays excer* the British Empire Leprosy Re e
c Cos algae 7 . a: oak x hed ih he British 5 > ¥
the import of Canadian pickled poration Ltd. basse oe held up for ee Treatment of Leprosy where, sulphone treatment is m= 19 pert eth ge | OX-TAILS, RABBITS picnic HAMS '
pork. minutes, at no concern at all o SIR. —Here i , ... possible. Coming to the ecitlement 70) “eos 20nhs or 2 :
nag i z I , Se veenestiee drivems . SIR, ere in Barbados where j, pec sg something like going Ye@rs has joined hands w |
Th2 local Government subsidises An Unholy Mess : ra . ~ sy Red S preat strides have been made - “ ene ae ll ths qa those who are fighting een
this article and so it will be readily . particularly thr: case at peak hours, Within the past ten years im re- +-o,a of lept <<. Within the Empire, away |
: see: at th 5 . $IR,—Please allow me to call say between 11 and 12 noon and dread of leprosy scem }ass- empire. It is a hap-
‘ on Se ae Cue —, oetion ane : _ 4 po we gs , aa 5 30 ducing the number of patients in ing away.” At y na that this broadcast x ry i
i is calied upon to pay at the high- ition to what is a very un- & ccs 0 arou 30. the Leper Hospital, a recent letter "8 *“™ : be made at tl na ais /
pa bt er rate. This n “i =p o —" . Satisfactory state of affairs, For the Police De nent ; pg * wana — “Our discharges this yeat we i Se ee ee Wines |
5 er rate. This may be another ai 3 * in the Times” by Sir Shenton : it is within the power of ea EARLY FROM
i tempt to satisfy foreign producers the past few days the Telephone sh alive to the interest of Thomas, chairman of the British 4 significant number of suipl one of us to giv Ay So en
ah Pa oe at the expense of West Indians Company has been digging a ers and place a traffic Empire Relief Association direct- patients; over 30 in f : who hitherto hiee week pas yea
— British Government ‘vee as from ithe corner of West- man at either end of the area, thus ing attention to the efficiency of represent the first t ickle hopeicss |
been buying Cuban sugar instead bury Road along Barbarees Road. permitting a smooth fi traffic, swphone drugs in the treatment will become a mighty flood.” A a . ree
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of West Indian, now West Indians
must buy Argentine pickled pork
instead of Canadian. And both are
at the higher prices.

Electricity Cuts

SIR,—Further to my letter of
yesterday, we have been endeav-
ouring to draw up a Schedule
which can be adhered to as close-
ly as possible, but it has been im-
possible to complete this until cer-
tain routine tests have been tried
out. We hope to be able to publish
something definite in the course
of a day or two, meanwhile we

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

awoare, Who Are The Liberals ?

By LT. COL. Frank Byers



LONDON, (By Mail). |;

Despite the fact that there |
were only eleven Liberal mem- Lt.-Col. Frank Byers, thir-
bers in the last Parliament they ty-two year old Chief Whip
represented two and a half mil- of the Liberal Party in the
lion votes, So Liberalism in | Jate Parliament, recognized
Great Britain is still a potent as the coming leader of the
political force.

The Liberal Society, which is
the goal of all Literals, is based
on certain fundamental princi-
ples which, applied to changing
circumstances, give dgffepen,
policies at different times.

The basic motive force in Lib-
eralism is the belief in the in-
dividual. That men and women‘
matter. Respect for the person
is, therefore, paramount. Individ-
uals must not be done down.

Secondly, Liberals believe that
men and women must be assured
of true justice which can only
come by the proper distribution
of power. Hence their fight
against monopolies, the executive



and the tyranny of the “closed 2)
pairdly, that political action India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon

and will continue along these
lines, for they believe that the
future of the British empire lies
in more Dominions and less
Colonies and for that reason wel-
come the desire of the Colonial
territories to achieve independ-
ent status within the Common-
weal

Not Blind
In international trade, Liber-
als welcome’ the movement to
“liberalise” trade throughout

should aim at benefiting the
whole community and not merely
one section or class at the ex-
pense of the remainder. By com-
munity, the Liberal does not mean
the parish or the nation, but the
communitv of mankind consist-
ing as it does of every class,
creed and colour.

Fourthly, that men and women
must be assured the maximum
of freedom. This means, in effect,
that each should enjoy that
amount of liberty which is possi- the world. They have always
ble without infringing the liber- held that barriers to world trade,
ty of others. There is no place in restrictive quotas and practices
Liberal Society for direction of merely lower the standard of
labour or the entrenchment of living of every nation.
privilege. They are fundamentally “free

What policies, then, flow from traders” but they are not blind
such beliefs? : to the difficulties of transferring

In international affairs the Lib- the world_from tariff protection
eral Party believing firmly as it to free trade. Nevertheless, their
does in peace, has always been in object is crystal clear and tha
the forefront of every movement is to remove all barriers which
to establish collective security prevent the free flow of men,
and to preserve peace on the goods and ideas over national
basis of justice. Not only did it frontiers.
support the League of Nations In the field of home affairs,
to the full but from the outset one might say that the motto of
it supported the United Nations. the Liberal Party is “Without

Prejudice,” coupled with the
Veto Wrong burning desire to see the elim-

The Liberal Party pointed out jnation of suffering and an in-
in a deputation to the then For- crease in the social and indus-
eign Minister in 1945 that the trial progress of the nation.
provision of the veto was not ‘he Welfare State has almost
only wrong in principle but become a term of abuse but not
would jeopardise the working for Liberals, for they can claim
of the United Nations machine the credit for pioneering most,
itself. This belief which has now .jf not all, of the social services

been proved correct was based which we enjoy to-day. Old-age

upon the fundamental principle pension which was opposed by
that it was wrong to have one the Conservatives, the full scheme
law for the bigger nations and of Industrial and National In-
another for the smaller, surance produced by Lord Bewer-

Liberalism can truly claim to jdge, Family Allowance and the
than Health Service, were all of them

be more international
national. This does not mean }jberal ideas supported actively
that there is any lack of patriot- py the Liberal Party.

ism in the Liberal Party, but Liberals are determined

can only be solved by the full principle benefits

that
altogether. to the cost of living,

It is for this reason that they other way can hardship
supported any move for
fuller consultation and co-opera- not whether to cut the
tion of all nations. It is for this services (no Liberal
reason that Truman’s Fourth party to such an action)
Point in which he says “we whether sufficient
must embark
program for making the benefits the nation
of our scientific advances and to such
industrial progress available for services
the improvement and growth of impaired.
under-developed areas” was
claimed as liberalism, for the
object of international affairs is
not mergly to further peace but
to raise the standard of living
of mankind.

No Accident

en extent that

Similarly, it is no accident
that Liberals, although debarred
from Strasbourg by the petty-
mindedness of a Labour Cabinet
Minister, were in fact among the
prime movers of the United
Europe and Western Union
movements. In the same way,
four years before the Atlantic

Pact became a reality, the Liber-
al Party in its annual assembly
passed a resolution in almost
identical terms.

But above all, in international vy
affairs, Liberals can be most SONAL’
proud, perhaps, of the attitude E Quite CONTENT J

which they have always adopted
to the British Empire and Com-
monwealth.

ANY GAME AT ALL

It was Liberal Governments
which gave dominion status to , ’
the Union of South Africa in W hat S§ Oo Today

1907 and the result is that South
Africa is still in the Common-
wealth to-day.

It was Liberals who sought to
give home rule to Ireland but
were frustrated by the Conserv-
atives, with the result that Eire

Meeting, Housing Board
at 10 a.m.

Spoon Shoot, Government
Rifle Range at 1.00 p.m,

Cricket Trial Game, Ken-

is outside the Commonwealth

to-day.

Liberals have supported the Bay at 2.30 p.m,
right to self-determination of



| Commonwealth?
| most, there must be an end to

to
that Liberals believe that the preserve the Social Services and
problems concerning the world have always made it a ——
under
and loyal co-operation of nations sych schemes should be related
for in no
be
the avoided. The problem to-day is
social
would be
but
incentive can
on a bold new be given to industry to increase
al income and wealth
these
ean be maintained un-









What then is to be the future
of British industry in a Liberal
First ahd fore-

the two fuld slanging match in
which one side says that private
enterprise is magnificent and
must be maintained as it is and
the other side advocates the
abolition of the capitalist system
and its replacement by full-
blooded State ownership. Both
these must be wrong.

The duty of a Government is
not to run industry, but to create
the conditions in which in-
dividuals, firms and industries
can make their maximum con-
tribution to the welfare of the
community.. There is a place
for public enterprise. ,

The Port of London Authority
created by Lloyd George is still
one of the finest examples of
efficient public enterprise at work.
There is a case for the national-
isation electricity, gas and
coal, but such nationalisation is
not the end of all trouble in the
industry but the means by which
many of the troubles can be
eliminated if imagination and
initiative are allowed their scope

No one would suggest that the
Iron & Steel Industry is without
monopoly practices or in a high
state of efficiency, but neither of
these is a reason for placing it
under State ownership. State own-
ership is merely one of the hun-
dreds of different ways of or-
ganizing an industry. The pre-
judices in favour of nationalization
of any industry in which there is
a weakness is, indeed, the weak-
ness of the present Labour Gov-
ernment.

Wealth Built Up

The truth of the matter is that
the wealth of this country has
been built up on private enter-
prise but in doing so monopoly
and restrictive practices have
crept in. It is the duty of the
Government to take action to
remedy this and restore the com-
petition which is vital to give new
life to British private enterprse.
There is absolutely no reason why
public and private enterprise can-
not work harmoniously together.
This can never be achieved while
the threat of nationalization can
be held over numerous important
industries.

The immediate and fundamental
problem today, however, is how
to live within our means, for at
the moment we as a nation are
earning less than we consume. Jp-
creased output at lower cost must
be achieved. To this end, all sec-
tions of the community must be
provided with incentives. For in-
dustry this means lower taxation
and freedom from irritating con-
trols .which prevent competition,
for the workers this means the
guarantee of a just reward for in-
creased output. Payment by re-
sults, profit sharing and co-part-
nership are, therefore, of vital
application to-day. Mass wage
demands by which both the slack-
er and the worker benefit merely
cause inflation, but increased
wages for harder work and high-
er efficiency are to be welcomed.

Reduction in Taxation

A reduction in taxation, how-
ever, can only be achieved by a
reduction in Government expendi-
ture. Some saving can obviotsly
be made by eliminating adminis-
trative waste but the obvious big
reduction which can be made is
by abolishing the $1,400,000,000 of
food subsidies.

However, Liberals recognize
that if this is done without com-
pensation for the l@wer income
groups suffering and distress are
inevitable. The problem is how to
avoid paying food subsidies to
those who do not need them and
how to ensure that those who do
are adequately looked after.

It is for this reason that Liberals
have advocated the complete re-
vision of the taxation system to
introduce a flat rate income tax
coupled with positive social se-
curity payments to compensate
the lower income groups and
those with family responsibilities
in all walks of life for the higher
cost of living.

If this were adopted not only
could food subsidies be abolished,
hardship eliminated, but a new
incentive would be given to the
worker by a flat rate tax to work
overtime without fear of being
robbed by P.A.Y.E. of an increas-
ing proportion of his additional
earnings.

Liberals are determined to look
at the facts without prejudice and
to solve the problems confronting
them on the basis of comnion
sense, social justice and regard for
the indvidual. The Liberal Party
is essentially a Party of progress.

The Conservative Party has
proved its inability to advance in
the field of social progress. The
Labour Party advancing in social
progress is proceeding along the
wrong industrial road. The Lib-
eral Party road is indeed the right
one for Britain.—I.N.S.



























































This highway already a narrow
winding one, and heavily traversed
by motor as well as pedestrian
traffic, has now become more con-
gested, because of the space oc-
cupied by the actual tunnel, as
well as the earth piled alongside
same. Due to the angles in the
road, it is hardly possible at some
points to see clearly ahead for a
distance of twenty yards, with the
result that oncoming traffic from
both ends, meet at some point and
a block occurs. At this stage, in-
stead of one or other of the drivers
reversing their vehicles and allow-

About ten days

CONSUMER. area, there was

simply because

gence to park

driver calmly








particularly during the peak hours.

funeral in this same district, and
when tlie 4 p.m. bus reached the

the funeral, had not the intelli-

proper manner, thus with the flow
of traffic approaching from either
end, a situation arose that was
hopeless, and of course, the bus

motor and . awaited
After a perio& of some five minutes,
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treatment of Leprosy in Malaya,
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same effect
was such a social disaster that the
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among our people. This week the

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and Nahas Pasha that a new crisis_may
develop. This might even lead to the birth
of a republican movement and replacement
of the Mohammed Ali dynasty by a con-
servative, semi-feudalistic republic.”

This official went on to explain that recent
reports linking Farouk’s name with that oi
Nariman Sadek, a 16-year-old beauty already
engaged to an Egyptian economic expert at-
tached to the United Nations Organization,
has raised a storm of protest against the
young monarch’s private life. Beatrice and Coleman OIL STOVES—Single By

The European and American press, he ae * rt
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detail, and even the moderate and conserva
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International News Service learned in OIL LAMPS and LANTERNS
Paris that the Egyptian Ambassador to Lon-
don recently visited the British Foreign
Office to protest against publication of these
letters by the Times.

The official who received the ambassador
replied that, while the letters did express the
views of the British Government the British
press was free to comment on every subject. %

Meanwhile, sharp observers of Egyptian
affairs believe that the recent campaigns
against Farouk have a political aspect in
which Nahas Pasha’s Wafd Party and some
British quarters are interested. _

In the International field the primary ob-
jective of the Wafd is to conclude a treaty
with Britain that would settle the remaining
outstanding questions between the two
countries—protection of the Suez Canal zone
and the status of the Sudan.

Farouk is known to have a distaste for
allowing his Premier complete freedom of
action, On this occasion he may act as he did
on three previous occasions when he left the
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The Central Committee of the Bulgarian
Communist Party met on Monday and Tues-
day and voted unanimously to remove Ter-
peshev and six others from the Politbureau
for “lack of vigilance and failing to cope with
work.”

This followed a report by its Secretary
Voiko Charvenkov on “the basic lessons to be
learned from uncovering the traces. The
fight for its utter defeat in party work and
future tasks.” The proceedings of the com-
mittee were published today in a communique
in the Communist Party newspaper Rabot-
nichesko Delo. The newspaper said that the| ‘_W
resolution and a report of the Committee’s| .
proceedings would be published. The}
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g\TURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1950 LOCA

NY te eRe ae
| EGGS WON'T HATCH
| FOR LAOK OF POWER

THE ELECTRIC CUTS caught housewives unpre-

But yesterday when the news that the cuts started
fwo days ago would continue for a long time, shoppers

started a run on candle supplies, kerosene lanterns and

Sk ner alternative forms of lighting.

> ot a A lah Housewives told the “Advocate”
that the cuts had affected them in
different ways. One said that the
children could not prepare their
lessons for next day. Others were
afraid to lay in a store of flying
fish in the afternoon for next day,
since they thought that the re-

a
| ; Uphold Two frigerators would be unable to
: give them any appreciable ser-

; D e cisions vice.
rae One young husband fed his

ine Fi baby .? torehlight. A seamstress

ease was isappointed beeause she

Incr One _— could not finish a costume which
Decisions of His Worship Mr. a baby had to wear to christen-

H. A: Talma and His Worship ing next morning,

Mr. E. A. McLeod were upheld — Those who depended upon elec-
yesterday by Their Honours Mr. tric clocks for learning the time

|G L. Taylor and Mr. H. A, were temporarily “out of date.”

b we of the Court of Appcul. Some city men who enjoy a

Their Honours increased a tine Morning shave’ with an electric

: by Mr. E. A. McLeod razor have laid in a stock of safety

spre to 40/-. razor blades and razors in case

Peril Thompson, an ex-P.¢. the cuts catch up with them early

found guilty of having as~ ' an morning.

wy .4 and beaten P.C. 353 farmer who runs a chick-

- saulted f District “E” on two en incubator is worried that if

as August 20 by Mr. the supply is cut off for any

McLeod. Thompson was length of time, he may lose

‘£. A. Me ahs Grit: ollute several sittings of eggs.

20/- for the art ¢ Their Now that it is known that the

and that was confirmed, bu q cuts have really started again,

Honours felt that the second there js no lack of preparation for

was a case of continued the emergency.

veness and merited a ° atedwiideoi

fine than the 20/- Mr.

McLeod had imposed.

His Worship M-. H. A. Tala
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“Emeline”
Damaged
In St. Lucia

m.
pmpson appealed against the
s of the Appeal Court in

- cases. a ”
(SP Radar” Braves The Storm
resented Lashley. One thousand bags of rice, 500

The fracas started when tho bags of charcoal, 75 wallaba posts,
women who had not been friends 20 pieces of furniture and four
many years, as Thompson packages of personal effects, the
met in the clerk’s quarters cargo of weather beaten schoon-
‘of the Lower Courts. Thompson er “Emeline”, arrived in the is-





said that Lashley had tapped him
‘on his back, a tap which he did

i

land yesterday by motor vessels
“T. B. Radar” and “Daerwood”.
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L_ NEWS

YESTERDAY MORNING, on Prince William Henry Street, the
motor car (E 228) driven by James W. Clinton of St. Peter, who
was undergoing his driver's test, became involved in an accident
with the car (M 313), owned and driven by Mr. Charles Horace

Burton of Strathclyde, St. Michael,
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PARISH
ROUND-UP

St. Michael. Busbey’s Alley is Shortly before 5 o'clock yes-|
one of the City’s largest Wayside ‘erday afternoon residents in
Markets and in the centre of this Rockley, some taking their babies
Alley a Dry Goods Store has for a walk, others enjoying an
sprung up. ” The Store, which ®fternoon’s swim, were attracted
bears the name of Chase’s Dry bY a bright flame coming from
Goods Svore, is housed in the 8h up between two electric poles
building where Mr. Olton’s Barber &¢ the corner of the Rockley;
Shop was once situated. Coast Road and Dayrells Road

Those who walk through the nm the short space of ten min-
Alley in search of various vege- Utes, the word flew around “an
tables, step into the Store oc- ¢lectric wire above the road is
casionally for other articles, on fire.” The entire neighbour-

The loss of a pair of shoes hood turned out en masse and oc-
valued $7.00 was reported by Cupants of cars and other vehi-
Norman Rooke of Lake’s Folly, Cles slowed down to have a look
He stated that the shoes were at the blaze.
taken from his shoemaker’s shop _ The Electric Company and the
at the same address between Fire Brigade were informed soon
Thursday and yesterday. They after the blaze was noticed. On
were the property of Emerson Closer inspection it appeared that
Ifill of Kensingion New Road. one of the fuse boxes suspended

® % * between two poles was well alight
Christ Church. When the Christ and the white hot flame scorched
Church Boys’ Foundation School the wooden support between the
began its first term this week two poles.
under the new Headmaster, Mr. Spectators looked helplessly
L. H. Skeete, B.A., B.C.L., 70 new on, as the blaze grew worse. AS
boys were enlisted. For abouv suddenly as it started, the blazq
two years the School has had no disappeared completely, as the
Prefects but six Prefects will ba Electric Company aware of the
elected shortly incident cut the power.

It is understood that the present - In about five minutes time the
Staff is practically unable to cope Fire Brigade under Capt. Press
with the increasing School Roll. arrived On the scene and made a
Mr. Keith Ashby, until recently a brief inspection. Traffic was held
student _at Harrison College, is up for a shert time and it took
pow acting on the Staff, and it i@ another fifteen minutes, to dis-
anucipated that the Staff will be perse the crowd which was now
further increased, well over a hundred strong, Ty
. The Chris Church Girls’ Foun-
auion Senool took in 28 new a .
ge Ae term, and with its Roll Stole Rope Fined £5
of » it is filled to capacity. i.

There are seven Prefects to keep m = ty wo te be paid. by
the School in order, onthiy instaments of £1 pe

A new Foundaivion School, which oe or in default three monins
will accommodate 780 boys and Pi ee ate smposed SH
gis bevween the ages of 1 ai. 4senneth Holder of Gittens Roau

16, is contemplated, but it was eet eee ges ba a mc

learnt yesterday that no atvempt ;
re found guilty of stealing ro
1p og ee a —— — from a iighter valued £3 4s. 6d,
sie TT) te esse the property’ Of: 8 FC Bfbasons L
new school will have an increase Sons Ltd :

of 420 places over the old one. ounequuniiementiumessdr
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not take to be a friendly gesture, hernias at Wotton Plantation, at about rout, eats, tobacco and millinery sup-

and he pushed him. The “Emeline” was damaged in _THE COMMISSION of the British Caribbean Customs i Pan, cot Teuraday. "The “Alcoa Pegasus” will be loading |
EF oa bad weather around mid-January Union has reached complete agreement, and recommend- yj, a ‘S. Evelyn oa ib hd Oe ee Neen Dace tLe ce; | TT a
; boon pe bringing cargo from British ations have been made to the Secretary of State for the "= "38 8 ceria ree raises ‘
Tale Of A into Wises to. a ef ae Colonies which it is hoped will be acceptable to the various _ St. James. Beresford Gall ot “LADY NELSON” DUE i
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release to-day the Commissioners record : he was o ston via British N 8
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; ; ; . " > - up to the standard of last year’s. A _
ir, A. J, H. Hanschell, judge of day, he said. using three pumps as large a measure as pos- from the 9th to the 19th of Janu - 2 . . or a
the Petty Debt Court. Mr. Han- to keep the vessel afloat. The sible of free trade within the oo oon ana i a i aoe joer - 25 Year ‘Ss Ago
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thell had entered judgment for vessel’s two pumps could not do ynion area. 8 One planver said that he has (Barbados Advocate, Jan, 21, 1925)
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the defendant Louise Tyrell of all and another was brought into Such an integration of the J. Gallagher, Second Commission- 7

pave Hill, St. Michael, in a case use. Part of the cargo of rice was fiscal requirements of all the ¢, the following representatives vhine tieeenaelieede a (Taken f
which Arrundel Holder; a destroyed by the incoming wa- Colonies cannot be other than attended:— , f ndecetea eee y a mn rom the Leading Article)
peculator of Westbury road ter. The necessary repairs to the beneficial. Freer commercial ex- | Mr. E. J. Petrie, Mr. .B, A. T, Understood that Porters will star: . Nem the tournament begins
s claimed £10 damages vessel will be effected at St. Lu- change between them will foster Williams (Pesan) -. % “ of Yektoire eae Oe imnee cies ae Oval between the
‘ ia. : varied omy which in Fletcher, O.B.E., Mr. E. V._ D. ry» n . captained by Mr, R.
ee + Srancker appeared © rceenant: Ciena turn will inevitably tend towards Goulding (British Guiana); Mr. The Parish is still suffering from R. Nunes and our reprecenttiv
, “Not for 1 ti have I creating conditions inviting closer R. K. Masson (British Honduras); an acute shortage of fish. Rough under the leadership of Mr. H, B.
‘Holder bought a pig from Tyrell met ceuainan. diet aoe saan political unity. Mr. S. Bloomberg (Jamaica) Mr, seas in this area are hampering G. Austin. It is very many years
September 22 and it died a few enced on this trip,” said Captain ; L. P. Spence, Mr. A, T. Shill fishing , boats considerably. Since a Jamaica team yisitea

Common Practices ‘ans een

urs later. Mr. B (Trinidad); Hon. E. A. Thomp- ; d this island, and few active cric-

it the pig had aoe atte anen oT hk the “T. B. Radar” son (Leeward Islands) ; Hon. W. O, An accident oc- keters of the present day re-
m sado Allied to any scheme for closer Peters (St. Kitts-Nevis); Mr, D. R. curred on Constant Road at abou’ member that visit,

7.15 a.m, on Thursday between a _ Having had so little intercourse

sal i j ;
weed es Se oe peeate oe -_ oe Work fiscal association there is the ques- Walwyn (Montserrat) ; Hon. L. . L ‘
ferred that the pig must have the vessel encountered heavy tion of the desirability of having Cools-Lartigue (Windward bicycle owned and ridden by With our northern friends and
en sick, weather. common customs i aes eee a er kere o_o poem - ns *. sven built he reputation for
me . 3 i . ; customs practice an ocumenta- inica); r. E. Gittens Knight, John, and another bicycle owned Ourselves as cricketers amon the
et pa sae ores I a eee Seherenes te, at tion, common tariff structure and M.B.E. (Grenada) Hon. A. C. H. and ridden by Fitz Wharton of other and nearer colonies, sine
8 ge Of Lucie, ane Yess ns men; nomenclature and common classi- Baynes (St. Lucia); Hon. V. D. Dash Valley. , t optimists may be apt to assume
fication for statistical purposes. Archer (St, Vincent). Toppin’s head and lip were in- that we are rather likely to je

hers glauber salts. The pig was He met the weather even ‘worse
sick since she had it and on while going back. The tossing of Each of these requirements has jured while the cable of Whar- better exponents of the game
received the careful attention of

: , : : . iced Terms of Reference
morning before the sale it the vessel forced bags of rice into The Commission was appointed ton’s cycle was damaged. than are our visitors. From. the 99
interference with the engine the Commission and although — in 1948 by the Secretary of State a) A " ° ‘ be * gone ped a on ~ grounds 4
i “ 9 5 Commission is optimistic enough fo, the Colonies following a re- st. John. he loss of a pick ¢ nday and yesterday how-
Asked by Their Honours . The “T, B. Radar” left St. Lu- for the Colonies following a re reported by Lewis ever, those capable of judging! i

d eaten with its usual vigour. the bulk head and caused some

ether it was : ; to believe that its report will be commendation by the Conference @X@ Was : | va ;

ll pigs weighing. dt sseeie oe eae, ee -_ acceptable as a whole it feels that on Closer Association of the Brit- Mayers of Edgecliffe. Mayers said have come to the conclusion thet! ff]

fyrell said that she wanted shin- oar d oe 8 acceptance merely of these com- jsh West Indian Colonies held at ‘hat the axe was taken from the Jamaica team is a powerful |!

to patch the roof of her During the final pull for Bar- ™0n features would more than Montego Bay, Jamaica, in Sep- Foster Hall Road on a day last combination, strong in batting’

- UD; Th , Di d Radar” told the “Advocate” yes-

i - at 1e terday that he left the “Emeline”

at Castries badly leaking and

Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tay- also with the foresail and half
and Mr. H. A. Vaughan yes- of the mainsail completely lost

day confirmed a decision of The crew were kept busy all



PLEASED WITH LIFE!









HE SMOKES

. justify its labours and bring to the te r 7. s terms of er- Week. It is the property of the with no tail and possessed of a
and she was obliged to sell West Indies a much needed mea- on oe ae eee
sure of reform.

Customs union is a complicated
and highly technical subject and
to reconcile the varying fiscal
needs of all the constituent terri-
tories demands a high degree of
understanding and compromise.
Unless there is give and take a
union is impossible. It was in
such a spirit of co-operation thay
the Commission faced its difficult
task and it is hoped that a like
spirit will prevail in the minds
of those who are required to sit
in judgment on their labours.”

FIVE FELL OFF LORRY

Four were treated and one detained at
the General Hospital when they fell from
the lorry, P.292, driven by Ivan Watson
on Seawell Road, Christ Church about
12.05 p.m. yesterday

They were Cyril Jordan, Vernon Rob-
inson, Kenneth Maynard and Joseph
Drakes, all of Padmore Village, Christ
Church, Mary Weekes, also of Padmore
Village was detained for observation.

Cyril Jordan told the ‘Advocate’ that







pig young.

Honours decided that the
ain was a matter of chance
it was not for Tyrell to know
Was anything wrong with
pig. Even doctors had to cut
pen animals before they could
tribute death to anything.

§ Three Wills
§ To Probate

Three Petitions for Letters of
silnistration were granted and
wills of three people were
uitted to probate by His Hon-
pr the Chief Judge, Sir Allan
“ore, at yesterday's sitting
Court of Ordinary,
Petitions were as follow:
tion of Dorothy Bayne
sy of Worthing, Christ
teh for letters of administra-











bados, the weather had improved
very little.

Ten passengers were on board
and they could not put their heads
outside their cabins. Some of
them got seasick. No cooking
could be done. so passengers and
crew ate tinned foods and bread.

Sea water broke over the bridge
of the vessel, which is about 20
feet high.

20-Hour Trip

The trip took 20 hours, Captain
Archibold of the ‘“Daerwood”
said that he experienced similar
weather but he did not fare as
badly as the'“T. B. Radar”. The
“Daerwood” covered the distance
in 13 hours,

Other cargo of the “Daerwood”
was comprised of fresh fruit,
coconuts and pumpkins while
that of the “T. B. Radar” was
charcoal, fresh fruit, coconuts
and spice. y

Both vessels were at their
berths in the inner basin of the
Careenage yesterday discharging
their cargo. Part of the rice
brought by the “T. B. Radar” was
spoilt.

they were sitiing on a load of grass on;

the lorry which they were taking from
Seawell to Dodds. The rope that had
the grass secured, loosened. The grass
slipped and they fell to the ground,

ence were “to examine in consul- Water Works Department.
vation with the Governments af . > *
the territories in the British Carib- . , r I :
bean area the question of the es- Valued 1/6, a bag valued 1/-, and seven days’ tossing in a small;
tablishment of a customs union containing $2.44 was reporied by craft like the “Remelik is a pit]
make recommendations Agnes Knight of Airy Hill. She of experience to be remembered, | |
with special regard to .
(a) ensuring uniformity in ad- from her basket on Sugar Hill
ministration and customs Road sometime last week.
practice; :
the selection and training of
the necessary Staff (includ- Spring Hall
ing the staff for an ade- learnt yesterday, are expected to
statistical service); start grinding canes around the
the preparation of a suit- end of this month. The 15 or
able tariff having regard to more Estates supplying Fairfield
the fiscal problems of the With canes all show signs of very
Governments

~~

whose re- premising crops.
venue would be affected by Ai Fairfield, Mount Gay, Trents,
the introduction of a cus- Broomefield and other Estates of

toms union; and ;
the special needs of the were harvested recently and good
British Virgin Islands.”







PIGEON CHOW

very powerful battery of bowl-
ers. On Monday our visitors had
St. Joseph. The loss of a wallet not yet recovered their sea legs:

and the motion is apt to remain!
for days after the voyager has}
stepped down the side of the ship,

said that the articles were taken



St. Lucy. Both Fairfield and
Facvories, it was

the Mount Gay Company, yams

ergps resulted,



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THE PINE HAS 19
MEGCRETE HOUSES

WORK on the Government Housing Scheme at the
Pine on the northern side of the site occupied by the flood
victims, is going on apace. The houses in their colourings
of light blue, pink, etc., with the white streak between the
megcrete blocks out of which they are being constructed,
t his wife Beaten lhe eae & concen | oe. wis asi

iv roads, too, are t
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eld represented the pe- make it possible to erect them ina ® Ths site cf the buildin aives
in each of the cases surprisingly short time. } a panoramic view of the undu-
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fore His Worship, Mr. H. A three-room, two bedrooms and a days or one month’s imprisonment | m
Talma. he Advocate. re. living room; and the four-room, of by His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma| From all Branches
frets this mis ake and which there is only one as yet, vesterday for inflicting bodily }
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Teeord of Saale rs 7 Ruin ng-room, and apartment in P ll ‘ aid h i Whitepark, (COURTESY GARAGE) Dial 4616
eatd in the Ponce the bedrooms for the purpose of a friend’s yard on Oct iN
Magistrates’ G ihe Police wardrobe. A sanitary unit—toilets 3.30 p.m. when Berri mé i ° |
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" That Roberts Manufacturi c a 7 . . . ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM
NCEMENTS en A Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michael,| United States, run for alt children in public and parochial
mol CTl 8. B.W.I, i i - . : ne OOo
‘eaLe per word | AUCTION registration of a trade marke on ett, | schools, aims to give each child a good meal daily.
| with “Table Margarine” ec. it b i
, gouT » * r 02 03 Sree AUCTION SALE entitled to register the aaine after one | The meal consists of normal HOLIDAYING IN UK. 2
‘ th Avenue Quonday 28rd. at 1 pm. Toons from the Isth day of January | portions of protein, vegetable and Xa Carlisle Bay Ae f
ae Land, Board & Shingle house syne | meant ess, some person shall in. the | FOR RENT fruit, one large slice of buttered |_ IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones, nique. Agents’ DaCosta & Co., Lid. ALL inf ti
1p per word Seem ngle house 20 x 12 x 8 me give notice in duplicate to mc ilk. This | Sch. Manuata, Sch. Belqueen, SS. Alcon” MV. “Lay Patricia,” 239 information regarding
FOUN 48 00 Cs “ » closet and some palings. Teri: | at my office of opposition of such regis- | bread and a glass of milk. s Planter, Sch. Mary Mtn ae en Cui BAe on ies - on sone. nat
“_- * ash R. Archer Me Kenzie, 20.1.50—3n | tration. The trade mark ‘can be seen meal is served once a day to every | Scott, Sch. Francas W Smith, Sch. Mari- Johnson Req a delivery of a Vauxhall car
eae se en at ba ecw: ar HOUSES child in St. Thomas and St. John | on Belle Wolfe, Sch. Re "N. Wallace, ~ Passengers leaving on Thursday night
SALES a: 10| UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER nee wn 1950. es who wishes to participate in the Sch. Marea Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch. by R.M.S. “Lady Rodney” were:—- for your use in the U.K, can.
oN & REAL el ides tan Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.) @tLATS fully furnishea with Refrig- gramme. There is no charge oo. » SS. Copinsay, Sch. Barca For St. Lucia: Mr, W. D. Warden. ae ‘

: Ee Leonard futeon, a wi order of Dr. Del Oe ee for this service. At first the ae ARRIVALS For Dominica: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Row- supplied on application 16.
ooo, Le 1.64 | ture at the Pine’ Livestock Station, which TAKE NOTICE ee Ba. | culdren found it difficult to en-1 archiboid, Wom St) Taser keen Dove, Mrs. A, eholts, Mr, 's. B.|{} Robert Thom’ Ltd., Courtesy
ei 4, ar Deora’ Worthing Golf Club Rd. lioy the vegetables which were | aime ‘Owners’ Association " i ' "RH. John. ‘ =

siisigety tnesi opine Table {seat 6), Upright Chairs, “MELLO-KREEM” \¢ bedrooms, Apply | Andrew Evelyn al. but it has been noted that | M.V. “T. B. Radar,” 160 tons net, Capt, oom ite, Ww Pees bine: st Seam, Garage. Dial 4616
Chairs with ales. \vety good Lounge Golf Club Rd. or 8440, ee . - provemen: | Hazell, trom St. Lucia. Agent: ‘D. L. Mrs. B. Rogers, Mr.'A. D, Shillingnn 5
LIC line rie = ie tail Cabinet, all in ans Ma oer cine unt of Cer eanutacturing Co a anid in th —— of ae diet. 2 Pres eee, a et 17.1.50—6;
. : 120 5 , iy; Corner mited, of Government Hill, St. Michael, | = e acceptance av : te, Pegasus,” 3,931 tons t For M — fi: 3: n
, ‘ net, r Montserrat: a en OVOCATE (Monday) oc China; Plated Ten toe Dinner a ranean eS Per Mage von = = Clerdena Bie te ‘Mid-Februsty to June. |The most popular dish served in —. Morgan, rh British Guiana. Mente. ‘ ce ee a8
: phevebeccesersses 7 ¥ n con- . Agents: DaCosta Ltd, igua: Dr. ; 3
Ape ie oven Bicctrie Hct’ Sige sewing ‘Machines, nection with “Table Margarine” ‘ana , Fhone $189, ao arcane as cud: Deen sows oy pDEPARTURES For, Bermuda: Me. and’ Mrs A Or: | “lum ll lin la cmb mem oe
- : Simmons Single Bi * en > register” the shane) ee nentensne ays wi served, wed tine “Sunbeam,” 286 lowski.
“ with Dente ian me Re air =, meres poe oe set oe - tesntittae’ tadeen Se a plates are cleaned and the child- | tons net, Captain Baeckland, for Marti- For Boston: Mr, F. F, Burns. 4g Christi s
THANKS Mohosany’ “and “Pine” Despisee® Beds | nthe meantime give Notce ‘in duplieets | Bathing “beach “Pron, “Marek tae | Fen completely e habs of the} .{N TOUCH WITH BARBADOS coast station | an Sclenee
large Painted Pine pr tae Tables, | to me at my office of oppisition of such | Pet month. Phone 4446, flects the eating habits of the : e arts
beg tc thank al'| (ont. auited _ ess, Deal Tables, | registration. The trade mark can be 6.1,50—t.f.n. children who have been condi- Cable and Wireless (West Iridies) I4d., Elgallo; S.S. Matina; S.S, Lady Rodnev
ie eeeerdenes path isers who} cis 3-Burner Valor Of Bien Uten- | seen .on application at my office. — - ti i tt t Advise that they can now communicate S.S. Thelma IV: 8S Seamar; S.S. a nh 00m ’
' friends | 2 flowers, cards and] sis 3 ve and other 19.1.50—3n NEWHAVEN”, Crane Coast, fully | tioned to this diet. An attemp — the following ships through their Ragnhild; S.S. #, Paula; $.S.' Powe
aa es of sympathy, and who i) So 11 45 soiock alee ral ais Dated this 17th day of January, 1930. | furnished, Servant Rooms: /has been made to include in this | Barbados Coast Station: River; S.S. Italia; S.S. Loide Equador: 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
at tokens jed us in our recent BRANKER, TROTMAN Sita G. C. WILLIAMS, Superb bathing beach. February, March, dish vegetable juices and toma- on §.S. Philosopher; S.S. Edentield; S.S )
Maite the death of MARY : Auctioneers miaisirar ot Trae Masts: (Aad | Tk See ee .1960-t.t'n. | toes to reinforce the vitamin con. | Rows SO. Alemntter 6.8. Tre Disnserrest: Seabreese; 3.8, Feces (Brood stevet}
n mother. I. .1,50—3, * i. oe s 5.8. 3 ; 5.8. ;_S. ; >
ste nna “bt | —————___ 8°) —_wis 7 Ip seems imperative that a scheme | asks, A cham SS hin Heiecent See me ee | @ Howe 10 am—2 pm
Johnson an n : it seems imperative that a scheme a 3 ; } net nn 8.8. SS. ednesdays,
3 ZA: 2 bed- ; Pioneer; S.S. Prospector; $.S. Haarlem; White Clover: S$.S- ; S&S.
(daughters), Claude | Blena”! UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER NOTICE ee atten etc. }of education on the value of|M.V. Uruguay; SS ;_ M.V. Kassos; 8.5. ‘Atlantic Frese: ss.
Johnson (Son-in-law), Erro ates — : , ot oe 10 a.m.—12 o’clock
Ceell ‘dl By mstructions from Mrs. Vego, who| 1 Tenders are invited for the exclu- | complete with frigidaire. 8% miles from | various food items be introduced. ee AS Esso Rochester; $.S. Del Atlantic Shipper; S.S. Defoe; M.V. ¢
(grandson) . 21.1,50—In | is leaving the island, T wilt sell eee a sive right to sell liquors ete, and Bridgetown, and on the a Teachers, parents and Hot Lunch Philip: ss. ‘a see: 5 s hyalina Ce ee ee ( At this a 4
2 - — lot f ames Beach, App! : Mrs. . . ’ , _ ; 5. vs 2 t
Haynes & family of| dence go reeds ned ae oe Sington Oval during the Tourna-| Lonestar Garage, Mount Standfast. st, |Workers can contribute to chang- ‘ the ‘Chrtatea Nacht, Bante. »and
Black Rock, gratefully ac-} Christ Church, on Thursday next, the et (Approximately from Petru. | James'or Phone 91-83 ing food habits in the children by . { oo ote eal er saecee
weve with thanks the varlovs cx-| 26th January, beginning at 1 o'clock ary 7th to February ‘2tst.) maintaining a positive attitude in the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
yw led thy tendered them in| which include: Rocking and Armchairs, 2. Tenders are also invited for the hil to eat EDDY may be read, borrowed.
wsione nt bereavernent occasioned by| Table with glass top, Round Table, mansportation of the British Guiana pees Sgr ell yore aBigha : 4 er
. Mr. Robert B. Haynes, Couch, one Emerson Short and Long- {eam from Abbeville Guest House tables. ‘The children enjoy milk Vi i ,
, 22.140.—An. | Wave ‘Radio, Dining Room Table with ‘ the Oval during the tournament, which is served daily. They like 4 isitors Are Welcome
Si 3. reac e undersign i
Sore gindetuity retum | 30 Chairs, Sideboard, Larder, one at C. F. Harrison & Co.'s Ome dried fruits, meats and cheese



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to serve lunches and teas at Ken-
and friends also to| et, Bedsteads with Spring and Mattresses, not later than-4 p.m. on Monday dishes. Last year fresh fish was
oe resins and sympathised Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Clock, and January 23rd. HELP served and this proved a favour- ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L. From ST. LUCIA: ‘Series ({
and attended the funeral of| other items of interest. ‘Terms Cash, | 4: The Association does not bind it- SERVANT—A t witn lite Another ular dish is) From TRINIDAD: Jack Knight, Eve Knight, Jam
vs 1 ROCK of Near Low- D’ARCY A, SCOTT, self to accept the lowest or any aan, Seneral na Matedaties ae pop’ ; Ulric Ifill, Doreen Rock, John Grace, Evelyn, John Humfrey, Michael Humfrey,
"gt, Lucy on 29:h December, 1949. Auctioneer, tender. good knowledge of cooking. a a Spanish omelette prepared with | Myra Cragwell, Weisinger Aschendorf, Joseph Du Boulay, Pamela Mitchell,
ph oak: Eartila Rock; Chester- 21.1.50.—4n. THE BARBADOS CRICKET pauined. Apply WOODVARE, 1'50—2n. |® creole sauce and served with | Colin Bellamy, James Bellamy, John Anthony Mitchell, Ralph Comes, Lerge |
; Wilfred Rock; Amy Rock; | === SO i ASSOCIATION INC, a. ee y a Spiced beets. It is interesting to | Perry. Robert Glenn, Elizabeth ‘Glenn, Jean Elie, Andre Roth and James OF THE WEST INDIES
ke (husband) Elsa Rock (grand- W. F. HOYOS. WANTED: with know- | note th “ ; Ing Clarence Prescott, John Fernandes, Inez Gutagir. °
REAc ESTATE Honorary Secretary, WANTED: Young Lady wit ow: |note that the children of kinder- Hofat, Morris Wexler, Robert Frey,
PN(U.S. Papers Please Copy) —— re a meinen wy Double-roofed board Withee be Apply in veins ener ean be said with certainty that | S8>#a, John Thomas and John Lewis. te 7 IDAD: eaten og ici Admission of Under-
an ng! P, situated at Station ” * ‘ ° 2 . . rs. mogene r.
| [N. MEMORIAM Hill, St. Michael.'In good condition NOTICE Street. 15.1,50—%n |since the beginning of the Hot | tntransi to si. LUCIA: Smith, Mr. Laurence ‘Greaves, Mrs. graduates in October,
: : Apply to The Manager, Pitcher Conne! Lunch Programme, the nutritional | | Philip Larode, Harry Atkinson, Dolores Odet Burgers, Mr. Willem Burgers, Mr. 1950
' of mi, wire IDA HELE-| & Co, Ltd. 20, 21, 22 Roebuck St. We ‘beg to thank our customers for| _CLERK—Immediately Junior Clerk for level of the children has impr Atkinson, Anthony Atkinson and Sybil George Sealy, Mr. Schie Pillersdorf. Mr. : s
SVES. who departed this fife 21.1,50—3n, | Past patronage and to advise that we| Office. Salary $60.00 to $75.00, Depend- a. ae PrOV= | ‘Atkinson’ L. P, Spence, : A. T. Shill, Mr IF suitable candidates pre-
ee see1, ——— | shall not be receiving any Laundry at! ing on Qualifications and experience »_ This is bound to bear fruit | from TRINIDAD: Masson, Mr. Joseph DuBoulay, Mr sent themselves, the Uni-
five in the hearts of those you “THE BANYANS” — With the land | OUT establishment after today, as we are | Successful applicant must assume duties in more healthy, alert students | Fram Jansen, William Ramsay, Rosa Perry, Mr. Preston Alexander, . Mr versity Coll it the W
inet to. die.” thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31': | losing same on the Sist. inst. All those | by 1st February. Apply in person with and subsequently in healthier | Shields, Richard Shannon, Martin'Black- Freifel Aschendorf Scharfe, Mr. Jack sity College of the West
fakeves 21.1.50—In. | Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street.| having Laundry there are requested to| written application to the Secretary, dult a man and Archibald Harris. Bayley, Mrs. Carmen Colebrook, Mr Indies will admit in October,
eth es St, Michael. Ideally suitable for de-| Call fot same on or before 25th inst. Eckstein Bros. Bay Street. adults. Malnutrition has been | intranat for ANTIGUA: Ernest Lang, Mr. Leslie Gittens, Mr. 1950, about thirty under-
Joving memory of Our Darling| velopment as a Building Estate. THE SUPREME LAtNDRY 21:1:50—8n_ {one of the major health problems | _ Robert Newton, Cyrus Mitchell, Lewis Latchman Seetahal and Mr, Jeffers graduates in each of th
who died 2lst panuary via monet any day except Sundays 19.1.50—3n, —!in the Virgin Islands of the Courtauld and Virginia Courtauld. Charles. Faculties of ete Natural
off the edge of grie vetween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.20 TS ; 4 5 " . e
turns back every leaf [| a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli- LOST & FOUND United States, and it is hoped that Sciences and Medicine. The
ia to'by gone. day cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on re the Hot Lunch Programme will courses in Arts and Natural
on, but memory stays. __| premises. Dial 3771, NOTICE contribute a large share to con- |! Science ill lead to th
loving Children, Carmen, Charlie,| ‘The above property will be set up for uering thi bl. | tences will lead to the gen-
and Evelyn Goodridge. Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:, RE ESTATE OF q g this problem.—C.C, em eral degrees of the Univer-
21.1,50—In. | Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day of ALMA SMITTEN LOST













tion (Ine.) Tel. 4047,

AMELIA MILLAR, who de-|of Sale, apply to the undersigned? sons having any debt or claims againsi| the Wharf, Baxters Road and Spooners (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) cine to the degree of Bache-
this life on January 20, 1939. COTTLE, CATFORD Cor the Estate of ALMA SMITTEN deceased,| Hill, Finder please return same to ©. MAIL NOTICE The Schooner “Belqueen" will M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to lor of Medicine and of
ing back with tenderness 20.1.50—13n | late of Jackmans Village, in the Parish| A. Gibson, White Hall, St. Michael. accept Cargo and Passengers for sail from Sydney January 14th — Ss : ;

fhe path she trod ————_—______ | of St. Michael in this Island who died 20.1.50—2n. Parcel Mail for St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Vincent. Sailing Monday. 23rd arriving at Trinidad about February urgery of the University of
bless the years we had her “THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine | ‘2 Barbados on the 12th day of Octobe, - Trinidad and British Guiana by the S.S. January. 7th. London,
leave the rest with God. Girfens, with about 10.00 square feet | 1947 are requested to send in particulars| _WALLET—Containing Cash and Race | “Lady Nelson” will be closed at the Gen- The Schooner “Endeavour W” M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail Application forms and
Mie Millar (husband), Winfield,} of land will be offered {or sale at the | ° their claims duly attested to the un-| Ticket Series H 9531 and Profitable | eral Post Office at 12 Noon on the 2ist wilt accept Cargo and Passengers from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie hiets: wes
| ‘Beryl, (children) and Grand- | office of the undersigned on Thursday, | “¢ersigned Lucien Lloyd Leacock, Station| Papers. Finder return same to Ekins January, 1950. , for Trinidad. Sailing Monday 23rd January 10th, Beauty Point ' January pamp ets giving par-
/ 5 21.1.50—1n. | the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m. Hill, St. Michael on or before the 7th} Griffith C/o General Bus Co. Nelsun Registered and Ordinary Mails will be January. 13th, Melbourne January 28th, Sydney ticulars of the necessary
nme This freehold dwellinghouse contains | @y of April 1950 after which date 1] Street. 20.1.50—2n. | closed at 8 a.m. on the 23rd January, 1950 The M.V. “Daerwood” will February 8th, arriving at Trinidad qualifications, entrance ex-
oving memory of our Dear ALLAN | gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and | Shall proceed to distribute the assets accept Cargo and Passengers for about 10th March. aminations, fees for t ition
EN GOODRIDGE who departed | pantry on/ground floor and 3 bedrooms, | f the deceased among the parties er. | ———— Se rrtrreit St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, These vessels have ample space for ee S, fees for tuition,
on 20th January 194%. bath ete. on first floor titled thereto, having regard only to | and Aruba, Sailing Saturday 2lst Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo. residence and examinations
year ago, Allan dear jou left us| Electric, gas and water services, such claims of which I shall then have GOVERNMENT NOTICE January, Cargo accepted on Through Bills oi may be obtained from the
thtul and honest in all your ways | The house has recently been renovated | had notice and I will not be lable for wading with transhipment at Trinidad office of the Registrar, Uni-
yand true to the end of you | and decorated and is in excellent condi- | the assets or any part thereof so dis- _—_—— for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward ; ;
; tion. tributed to any ‘person of whose debt and Leeward Islands. versity College of the West
fays patient, loving and kind Inspection by appointment with Mrs.| or claim I shall not. then have had B.W.I. Schooner Owners’ Associa- For further particulars apply:— Indies, Mona, St. Andrew,
ai a beautiful memory you've left | H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310. notice, INCOME TAX NOTICE RNESS

FU







& Co, LTD
Agents: Trinidad,
DA COSTA & Co. LITD.,

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in;
debtedness without delay,

Jamaica. The closing date

Further particulars and conditions of for applications is January

sale apply to

loving smile, your gentle fac« aa
t COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

an fill your vacant place

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-





UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE

Kk Solicito Dated this 7th day of J: h is $1200.00 per annum Agents: Barbados. 31st, 1950,
Dear Allan, your task is o’¢ citors, a 's anuary 1950, i se income is .
loving hands can do no more 21,1,50.—11n. LUCIEN LLOYD LEACOCK quired from Crary married man whose 720.00 3.12.49.—4n.
those you loved you did your bes $$$ $ Qualified executor of the Bstate of or over, from every other person whose income is $720. per
the ighty grant thee THE undersigned will offer for Sale at ALMA SMITTEN. deceased. ?





rest and eternai bliss: their Office in James Street, Bridgetown, 7.1,50—sn. | 22num or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-







































Charlie, Lena and Evelyn | on Friday the 27th day of January 1950, | $$$ i persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
Grace Goodridge (wife) | at 2 p.m, n corporated, societies, h i! ed NI k ITY COLLEGE
and Jean (Children) . The Dwelling House called “BEULAH” LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accru \) V
? and the land thereto belonging containing during the past ear or not.
Ma aceon SEND. ALONZA | 5427 square feet, situate at Hastings | | The ap PGed, St. Michel fee Ree See ef am » obtained from the 1 Tax Depart
(Jackson) who was calle Shris' ure! a . S- om: x =
ast 1945. ‘The Dwelling House comprises Closed | sion to sel Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e. Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income = soursseum CANADIAN SERVICE OF THE WEST INDIES.
graves begin to burst that Galieey, Teena end Dining, pouas. \ er eens 2. se remea | ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms Name of ship Sails Arrives
Pedrooms, essing m, Toile ath idence: Lear: iY . Michael. 7
lis begin to ring. and Telech ene iti aimigetric, Water, Gas] Dated this 19h day of January 1950 | duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following S.8. “ALCOA PLANTER” Suguesy ts. tenet ee
peers {2 iby victory and Berane installed. Servant's Room Widlics sedges: Siieh. Sa respective dates : S.8. “ALCOA PATRIOT \ — °. January 22nd. February 3rd, Open Scholarships for
m We hear the voice of our Dear Inspection any day hatirens thee hours Signed were INERS, 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst Sailing every two weeks. 1950
{ 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. tion on pplicant,
= BA of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on application _N.B.—This application ‘will he consi day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March, oie: ee a NEW yoRK SERVICE CO J
will live anew where the hand. of Por further particulars and conditions cot 2 Eapeniles Sous pd a 1950. eal ORD sails from New York 13th, arrives in Barbados 22nd. 7. melas custaidates pre-
i of Sale, apply to:— " ‘ourt, , \ sent themse niver-
ks on heaven's door. HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, | the 30th day of January "1960 at 1. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not 8.8. ALCOA ROAMER A RBLEANS SERVION | iain liaeaate ai cae Colle ee the West
Balph; Kennerh, ‘ive, FOR SALE OR RENT—Forley Hil, a E. A. McLBOD situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. 15th January. ‘ Indies proposes to award up
, Grace (children) Ethe.| st. Peter. Old Plantation house with Police Magistrate, ae ‘A’. 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan- 0th dane RUNNER sails from New Orleans 14th January, arriving to six scholarships tenable
y iit. I Griffith (Mother-in-Law/ | iarge ballroom, Dining room library, -1.50—In, uary, 1950 ee from October 1950, of which
Papers please Copy) fourteen bedrooms etc. Ideal for convert- % . t less than two will be in
POR SALE \Poly’to Bradshaw & Company"! OFFICIAL NOTICE F. CLAIRMONTE Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. — Canadian Service Arts and not less than two
R SALE roe 4.1.50.—t.f.n. Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties. ROBERT THOM LTD. ~ New York and Gult Service will be in Natural Sciences.
BARBADOs. NOTE: Any person failing to make his return within the due The awards will be made as
OTIVE : IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

the result of examinations to
be held during the,week be-
ginning February 27th, 1950.
Candidates must be under

APPEAI,

(Equitable Jurisdiction)
SEIFERT RANLEIGH HOWARD,
Executor (Plaintiff)
of Will of Julia Howard, Deceased.

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.

One Studebaker Saloon, in good |
sto be seert at Redman &
Ltd, Dial Showroom
21.1,50—In

For Sale= Contd











BARBADOS REAL


























y ALBAN FREDERICK BROWNE — | 10.1.50.—19n, the age of twenty on Janu-
v8 POULTR (Defendant) ; ary 31st, 1950 and must have
Dee, Bi welt OF exchange y IN pursuance of an Order in this Court A newly built BUNGA- ESTATE AGEN Y massed or be exempt from
3 tar, Stanway Store, Lucas St POULTRY—U.S. R.O.P. White Leg han rhe Sea came 8 Const SS Se esssisasessssnssssesinsssissstsesensenssnesesneneenene pa
; 21.1.50—2n. | horns. 6 weeks old. From U.S.A. Apply . on the

day of January, 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or in-
terest in or any lien or incumbrance

LOW in Nelson Road, Navy
Gardens, 3 large airy bed-

the matriculation examina-

pepe mene. CHARMAS A tion of the University of

One Chevrolet 1936, and One
tt 10 h.p. All in good Condi-

PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50








ishi > , . London. The emoluments of

Apply C. B. Jones, Top Rock Gar- arheane sates, Cara piece or parcel All persons wishing to manufacture FANCY MOLASSES for the rooms, Verandah, Drawing Phone 2336 a scholarship will cover all

one 832, 21,1,50—2n, | MECHANICAL said patish of Saint John containing by | Purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Dining Rooms, Tiled tuition and examination fees
es




admeasurement seventeen perches or
thereabouts butting and bounding on
lands now or late of F. E. Cumberbateh
on lands now or late of A. Toppin and
on lands now or late of S, Small and
on the public road or however else the
same may butt and bound, to bring

ORD

and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Department Hastings Hotel.
of Agriculture for an Application Form which must be completed and
returned not later than the 30th January, 1950, after which date

applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses for pur-

and if a scholar needs fur-
ther financial assistance, a
grant proportionate to his
needs will be made. Appli-
cation forms and pamphlets










Kitchen with built-in’ cup-
boards Tiled Toilet and
Bath, running water in all
bedrooms, Garage, 2 Ser-

“oa iain for the Comjne| erms, all models, in green and in blac
E Dis sate With COURTESY | A Barnes & Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

Place their services at your
13.11.49—t.f.n

disposal for the Sale of any
Property.

20.1.50--3n



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BICYCLE—(1) Green 4 Speed Raleigh:




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one Ten H.P. Austin. Good} Apply Darnell Weekes, Chapman’s Lane. before me an account of their said claims | POSes of export cannot be considered. , ‘ giving further particulars
h. Good /Mileage. viel ie 20.1.50—2n.} with their witnesses, documents and E. A, B. DEANE, bar onan with toilet and INDUSTRIAL CIAL may be obtained ae
1. a vouchers, to be examined by me on any ath. MER Rodan a i rat
; r TYPEWRITER—One Underwood Stan- Tuesday, or Friday between the hours Secretary, tanding on 8,000 Sq. leew sae COoMN - = ee Registrar, ern mr
Wii 88 Truck. 3 tons. 1947.| dard Typewriter almost New. Apply to of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the after- Fancy Moiasses Control and Marketing Board ft. of land. No reasonable RESIDENTIAL of the West Indies, ,
ers. $1,500. Apply K. Chandler. .. M. Clarke, Jeweller, No, 12 James St.} noon, at the Office of the Clerk of the * offer refused Dial St. Andrew, Jamaica. The
Flats, St. Michael, Phone 3427. 21.1.50—In.| Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court 15.1,50—3n . al 4321 No cost to you unless we sell. closing date for applications
eer) OE ere teh ne maton the 28nd day | ___ — between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m, Should you desire to buy is January 3ist, 1950
0! arch, , in order at such claims + >
Two (2) Ford 10 Horse Power MISCELLANEOUS may be ranked according to the nature aes _ : CONSULT US. 3.12.49.—4n.
: uted 800d condition. Dial Tay pais "Chua: ad aa ne prisity Se eal ee eee meek Hi Blood Press c SS i
18.1.50—4 TS— a! arts i. rsons w e preclu ro! ‘ )
’ Ce rere AS Apply to The Manager Pitcher py pened of the said Decree, and be ep myaaerne eerie wv, ll) ——e
= CYCLE — Two Corgi light-| Connel & Co. 20-32 Roebuck St. deprived of all claim on or against the * AL ©
folding Motor “Cycles. These 21.1,50—3n. | said property. omen DANCE ‘i 6
A shop soiled and are there- Claimants are also notified that they Twi en TUESDAY 2st February 1950 NOTICE — SCAFELL — £1,900
j Offered at very attractive TYRES—Truck and Car Tyres 750 | must attend the said Court on Wednes- ft om ‘then at women as men sul. at their Club Rooms. ST. PHILIP
Central Foundry Ltd, Broad st.| 20, 700 x 20: 30 x 5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16; day, the 22nd day of March, 1950, at 10 Mg trom Pressure, whict Prizes for best Costumes . or a ues
a. 21.1.50—3n, | 450 x 18; 400 x 18; 450 x 17; 1590 =" eidieok am. when their said claims will bout the time ot Chanes i, pearts Mysia: Mr. P. Green's Crphestra, bD 1x0 N «& BLADO N
———__-__ - 35 \ Co, Trafalgar be ranked. ¢ MISSION TICK 3/-
Peters! Truck. in gosa’ con- 0 x 19. Auto Tyre Co 20.1,50—t.f.n Given under my hand this 14th day of and eee on eta troubls \ RI REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS
Mely C. B. Jones, Top Rock : January, 1950, he ined Bont: | en Phone 4640 Plantations Building. sa as
S432 "2i.1'50—2n, | GALVANIZED SHEETS Best Grade I, V. GILKES, aoe ae of High Blood Pres BAD .
| oft. and 8ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64.| Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court’ of sure are: Nervousness, headaches aly
while they last. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd Appeal. ressure dissiness, short |) YOU CAN BUILD WITH — {| S66 5GSOO OSC a
ICAL Dial 4684, 4476. 13.1,50—t.f.n. rea ne Paipitation { when: gan eee Read
- —————— oner:
PEPATOR: 0% cubic tt, English |~ GALVANISED SHEETS_6 fl. 6% tt. OFFICIAL SALE worey, i ee || AROHITECT PLANS » A L E
Price ot? model, 5 years | ft. 24 and 26 guage. Apply: Auto Tyre s any don’ |} Write Bi
$450.00 no offers. | Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696. BADOS tment a sale bay, decause | | Church Street, Speightstown,
ot, © lend. HH. G. Bancroft §.1,50—t.2.n. | BARB THE ASSISTANT COURT OF y wy . Noxeo St. Peter, The undersigned will offer For Saie at their Office, No. 17,
— ner eee “SevuinGnGalvenined pine, AN core APPEAL i a Hynes). 8 new 21.1,50--2n. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950,
— | FITTINGS—Galvanised . sorts ;
WASHING MACHINE - rom % in, to 1% Ins. Phone 4684 (Equitable oS gare eee dose, preoe at 2 p.m.
B: 9100.00 Cash. Courtesy | 7 Barttg Be ot et i a males The Dwelling House called “CARLDIEM” and the land
20.1.50—2n - Of, Vist oF salle, Bowerd, Deoenssd. lense troup pear ehpniet ane thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast
3 SHIRTS—Wholesale and Retail, Factory ALA, eae It aren Fe rage Fou toa ai of St. Lawrence Gap, C Church, “Rest
mie Cec: with Grill, and | prices. Royal Store. * NOTICE is hereby given that by vir- i. or money BAND CONCERT Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunte, “Brat-
Oven, in excellent 1953 mj tue of an Order of the Assistant Court | 4 ton,” Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357.
PRE 0 BER OO GIG, | cries rapyeepiesoees eae oer eisai of Appeal dated the 14th day of January, For further particulars and conditions of Sale apply to :—
well Airpor{. Phone | _ BOYS SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — The| Of 1DpoR cate ine attra foe calc ee the | EDUCATIONAL. By kind permission of the 5
18,1,50—5n | Royal Store. 13n.| highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk Commissioner of Police COTTLE, CATFORD & CO,
a PEBANTS—Climax Elect a | of the ee cas Coen tee ALL PERSONS interested in (IM 11.1,50.—15n.
x jectric H L. ridgetown, ween e
a gel operated) “110 Yoits| “LADIES BRASQIBRES — Oc, & Séc.| Court House, Bridgetown, between the |}}} | ALL PERSONS. the Bennett i er i
. mre one and overcome | Royal Store. afternoon on Friday the 24th day of College, Lid., She oe ee Under, the Giveetion of Capt. {| 296606GG06G0060F9990G9G90S069S99GS99909 0900508
D agg culties — Courtesy 17.1.50—18n_} March, 1950, all that certain piece or pare wanes pw represen ik’ Raison, A.R.C.M. UU | §55555599959999999999999999999 SOS 9990990"
: land situate at Massiah Street in the a ceville, -
20,1.50—3n. |" CABIN MOTOR LAUNCH. British buil:| Cel pf land situate, a) Massa ae evaing ‘be dens, Christ Chureh, Dial 8155. will give a
———s iand brass fitted throughout. Fitted! admeasurement seventeen perches or 14.1.50—tin._ | -VARIETY CONCERT
TUR with 45 h.p. Gray Marine Engine. 70!) thereabouts biftting and bounding on = at the
~ further particulars apply to + Re lands now or ise ot 7 a ~ ff DRILL HALL
URE: ouses tory, St. ip. m lands now or late o: . To
is, Bitch drawing room kisgac ian m 15.1,50—61 on lands now or late of S. Small and
ra ke Settee (3 seats) (3) on the public road or however else the



tris Rocker. All as

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Cushions, tapestry

eren M. Adams

same may butt and bound, and if not

ri tiwag ag then sold the said property will be set

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YACHTING SEASON OPENS TODAY

THE YACHTING SEASON, to which many Barbadians

look forward, has again

started. All the boats are ready

for the first regatta, which will be held off the Royal

Barbados Yacht Club to-day.

Saturday, February 4.

The following is a “Who's Who”
of the yachts entered in the
R.B.Y.C. 1950 series of Regatias:-—

8.1. Gusy. Owned by Lester
Toppin ad skippered by Watciie
Burke. Onc oc: the scratch boats
in ‘B’ Class, and can give a good
all round performance. Has just
been fitted with a new suit of
Ratsey Sails and is expected to
shéw excellent form this season.

B. 2. Resolute. Owned by
Owen Burke and will be skipper-
ed ‘Sy Hammord Burke, late
skipper of the well know “Sham-
rock.’ Has not raced for several
seasons but can give an excellent
performance in hard wind.

B. 3. War Cloud. Owned and
skippered by Jack Badley. Win-
ner of the ‘B’ Class series last
year; one of the smallest boats in
this class, and can do extremely
well in strong breezes.

B. 4. Undine. Owned by
Teddy Hoad and will be skipper-
ed by his son, Tony. Oldest of
the yachts that will be competing
Is now reconditioned and it is
hoped that she will be ready for
the series.

B. 5. Michief. Owned by John
Toppin and will be skippered b)
his son, Stanton. One of .a
scratch boats in this Class «a
sister yacht to the “Gipsy”. !-a
just had a few major alterations
and is expected to give a got
performance this season.

B. 6. Flirt. At present owned
by P., Brannum who is awa
from the island It is ben;
offered for sale. One of the re-
cently built smaller ‘B’ Class
boats; can ‘sail well with good
handling.

B. 7. Moyra Blair. Owned by
the Commodore, Mr. J. H. Wilkin-
son, and skippered by his son,
Tom. Veteran of tae “A” Class
has just been fitted with new sails
and is expected to show better
form than last season

B. 8 Raseal. Owned
skippered by George Stoute, sister
yacht to the “Flirt:” gives a good
all-round performance in spite of
being one of the smaller boats in
this Class

and

B. 9. QOkapi. Owned by Mrs
John Chandler and will be skip-
pered by Carrol Burke. Veteran

of the old “A”
of several races

Class and winne:
Shows excellent

form in very hard wind Wiki
have “Resolute” to contend with
this season.

B. 481. Fantasy. Owned a
skippered by Teddy Hoad, veteran
“Star Class” boats; winner ol
numerous prizes. Has just been
fitted with a suit of sail Hard

to beat in light wind and can
often nose home first after a good
mix up on the windward leg.

B. 482. Circe. Owned. and
skippered by Dr. J. W. P. Hark-
ness. Another veteran of the

“Star Class.” Has recently spent
several years in Trinidad. Her
capabilities are at present un-
known.

Combined ‘C’ and Centre
Board Class

C 1. Astra. Gwned and skip-
pered by Milton Tucker. Winner

in this Class last year. Veteran
of the “C” Class. Gives an
excellent performance in very

light wind, but is not at home
in heavy weather.

C 2 Scamp. Owned and skip-
pered by Leonard Archer. A new

‘Lightning Class’ yacht making
her debut this season. It is ex-

pected to give the other centre-
boarders plenty trouble.
Cc. 3. Ranger. Owned and

skippered by Stanley Cheeseman
Seratch boat in the “Combined”
Class being the largest and most
powerfully rigged. Gives good all
round performance especially in
medium and light winds, but like
“Astra” is somewhat uncomfor(-
able in heavy weather.

C 4. Hi He. Owned by Father
Hopkins. Unfortunately will not
be competing this year. With good
handling can dominate all other

boats in this “Class” in any
weather.

C 5. Wizard Ul. Owned and
skippered by Jim Jones. A
powerful “C” Class boat making
her debut to racing this season
Will be giving “Ranger” some

keen competition for the place of
seratch boat in “C’ Class

Cc. 6. Vagabond. Owned by
Laurie Hassel and will be
skippered by Leonard Cheeseman
Not very fast, but a good cruiser;
can always be seen on race days

giving battle in a very sporting
manner,
Cc. 7. Rogue. Owned and

skippered by Gerald Nicholls. The
first of the new “Lightning Class”
centreboard boats to be launched

The




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S A BACHELOR, SAWOOD THE

The next r(gatta will be on

in Barbados and will be making
her debut to racing thig season.
Is expected to give a good al!
round performance ana _ een
competition is expected with her
sister yacht “Scamp”.

C. 8 Peggy Nan. Ovned by
WwW. Alston, recently over from
Trinidad, bringing with him this
veteran “Seagull” of the centre-
board type. It is hoped that this
boat will pe able to take part in
the forthcoming series and show
some old form after having resid-
ed in Trinidad for the past five
years.

C. 9. Folly Owned by Lester
Toppin and will be sailed by his
sons, Bert and Pat. A “Seagull”
of the centreboard type, originally
named “Condor.” Has been
shoroughly reconditioned and
fttted with a new spar and sails.
Performance is at present un-
known, but may cause several
surprises. ;

Cc. 10. Gannet. Owned ano
skippered by Peter Ince. A vet-
eran “Seagull” of the centreboard
class.. At present scratch boat of
the centreboarders but may te
ousted from this position at any
time by the new “Lightnings.”
Gives an excellent rformance
and really enjoys hard wind.

Cc. 11. Magwin. Owned and
skippered by Colin Bellaniy,
another of the Veteran Seagu: 5s.
Has had plenty of attention in
preparation for the forthcomi!:s
season and can be expected to
give the other centreboaracrs
plenty trouble.

PS. It is understood that
“Magwin” will be taking a “pr )’
this season at the cost of a coup-e
of “Cokes” per Race

Intermediate Class

L 1. Gnat. Owned by Teddy
Hoad and will be skipperea by
his son George Has recently
had some majcr alterations to
hull and rigging. Shouid do very
much better this season. May
end up as one of the scratch
boats

I. 2. Invader. Owned © and

skippered by Donald Stoute. Has
recently been fitted with new
sails and rigging. Is expected to

do much better this season and
may also end up as a scratch
boat. Sails well in hard wind
Winner of the Frontenac Trophy
last season

L 3. Gem HL. Owned and
skippered by Darnley Phillips,
This boat has been built recently

by her owner, and is a new-
comer to racing, but is expected
to put in some good performances.

I. 4. Coronetta. .Owned by
Johnnie Hoad and will be skip-
pered by his son Jackie, Veteran
scratch boat of this Class, give
a good all round performance,
especially in light winds.

I. 5. Melody. Owned and skip-
pered by Ned Carrington. An-
other new boat, making her debut
to racing this season. Should
show a fair turn of speed.

I. 6. Eagle. Owned by John
Hunte and will be skippered by
Michael Mayers. Gives a very
good performance in hard wind
and has to be watched carefully
at all times.

I. 7. Mohawk. Owned by Dr.
David Payne and will be skip-
pered by Bob Cumberbatch. Made
its debut last season and showed
some very good performances.
Should do well this year.

L. 8. Skippy. Owned and skip-
pered by G. Cox. Has a good turn
of speed and does well with ex-
pert handling.

I. 9. Dauntless. Owned and
skippered by William Skeete. A

powerful boat and can put in
some excellent performances.
I. 11, Calypso. Owned and

skippered by Jack Leacock. The
first recing canoe to sail in these
waters. Did not have a very
successful season last year but
has now been thoroughly reno-
vated and re-rigged and is ex-





B.B.C. Radio Programme

Saturday, January YU, 1950
7 a.m, The News. 7.10 a.m, News Analy-
is. 7.15 a.m. Accordeon Interlude, 7.30

am. Generally Speaking. 7.50 am. Inter-
ude. 8 a.m, From the Editorials, 8.10
a.m. Programme Parade. 8.15 a.m. John
Bull's Band. 845 am. Phil Cardew's
Octet. 9 a.m, Close down. 12 (Noon) The
News. 12.10 p.m, News Analysis. 12.15
p.m, Dance Music. 12,30 p.m. Meét the

Commonwealth 1 p.m. Eve Becks (Piano)
Li pm Radio Newsreel 130 p.m
Twent¥ Questions. 2 p.m. The News. 2.10
p.m, Home News from Britain. 2.15 p.m
Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre Organ
230 p.m. Variety Bandbox, 3.30 p.m
Sports Review. 4 p.m, The News, 410
p.m. The Daily Service. 4.15 p.m. Music
from the Movies. 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice
4.15 p.m, Programme Parade, 5,30 p.m
Generally Speaking. 5.50 p.m. Interlude
6 p.m. Saturday Night Dance Date. 7
p.m. The News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis
7.15 p.m. Behind the News. 7.45 p.m
Eve Becke (Piano). § p.m, Radio News
reel 8.15 p.m. Philharmonia Orchestra. 9
p.m. The News. 9,10 p.m. Home News
from Britain. 9.15 p.m. Musie from the
Movies. 10 p.m. English Magazine. 10,30
p.m. Think On These Things. 10.45 6.m
Weekly Sports Review. 11 p.m. The News



‘Time






~

ABOVE are some of the
Yachts that will be sailing
today. The first three boais
are : B 1 Gipsy, D 2 Imp and
Shamrock. To the extreme
right are : Mischief, War
Cloud and Peter Pan.

The Shamrock is not sailin:
this seasun.





pected to give some good per-
formances.

L 12. Dawn. Owned and skip-
pered by Arthur Evelyn. A
sturdy boat, recently scratch boat
in the “D” Class but »zomotea
this season to this Class. Has
been fitted with a new suit of
sails and should do well.

I. 18. Clytie. Owned and skip-
oered by Sidney Nurse. Veteran
boat whic! has been racing
successfully for many seasons.
Gives a good all round perform-
ance and should do well this

season
“D” Class

D, 2. Imp. Owned and skip-
pered by Geoffrey Johnson. A
newcomer to the ranks, was bull
by her owner last year and gave
an excellent periormance in the
open Regatta. Will probably
sail as scratch boat this season.

D. 3. RKainbird. Owned anda
skippered py “Corkie’ Roberts.
A well-known “Snipe Class’
boat with many tropnies to her;
credit. Can perform well in any
type of weather

D. 5. Nod. Owned and skip- |
pered by. G. Carter, One of te
smaller boats in this Class. Per-
formance somewhat erratic bul
sticks to the game in a sporting
manner.

D .7. Sinbad. Owned and skip-
pered by Lionel Baggot. A scratch |
poat in this Class, giving a snap-
py performance at all times.

D. 8. Peter Pan. Owned and
skippered by Eric Raison. Another
of the smalier boats in this Class.
Sails really well in hard wind.
Last year’s ‘Cup Winner, and
will have another go at the Cup
this season. |

D. 9. Olive Blossom. Owned anc |
skippered by Winston Hassell |
Another of the scratch boats in)
this Class. When in good trim
can give an excellent perform- ;
ance, |

D. 10. Van Thorndyke Owned
and skippered by R. D. Murphy.



Was not very successful last |
season but is preparing to give!
‘hot Battle’ this year

D. 12. Riinbow. Owned ana|
skippered by Dermot Bynoe.
Somewhat erratic in perform-
ance last season but has been
spruced up and loaded with more



speed for the coming Regattas.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.19 ‘a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.57 p.m.
Moon (First Quarter) Jan-



uary 5

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 6.20 a.m., 5.57
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to yester-

day: 2.54 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 83.0°F.
Temperature (Min.) 72.0°F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E

(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour

Barometer 9 a.m.
(3 pm.) 29,905.

29.971



By Jimmy Harlo

It HATE TO GO, BUT



| S.A. deares
240 For 2
In 3rd Test

DURâ„¢AN, Jan. 20

South Africa scored 240 for
the loss of 2 wickets to-day when
the third Test cricket match
against Australia opened. Two
wickets fell before lunch for 75
runs, but then Eric Rowan and
Dudley Nourse, South Africa's
captain came together and stayed
for the rest of the day. When
stumps were drawn, Rowan was
not out 133, and Nourse not out
64.

The pitch was
sponsive to, pace bowling, and
Hassett used his spinners more
frequently. Rowan hit contident-
ly against both speed and spin,
and always appeared confident
This was his highest score in the
present series of games, and the

always unres-

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it was South Africa’s best third
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in which Australia won the first
two Tests. The first wicket fell
when Wynne turned a ball on to
his stumps at 32 and then at 75
Nel returned a catch to the bowl-
er. From that time the South
African third wicket pair were
en top and raised the score to 83
by lunch and to 174 by tea.

The Scores:—
SOUTH AFRICA—First Innings
133



Eric Rowan not out
©. Wynne b Bill Johnston 18
J. Nel c & b Ian Johnson 14
D. Nourse not out 64
Extras 11
Total (for 2 wkts.) 240
Fall of wickets: 1—33, 2—75
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Miller 13 1 50 0
McCool 13 3 35 0
B. Johnston 17 3 35 1
Johnson 16 5 38 1
Loxton 5 1 31 0
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Cricket At
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THE second day of play of the
Second Trial in preparation for
the forthcoming B.G.—Barbados
Tournament will take place at
Kensington to-day.

Mr. E. A. V. Williams’ XI is}|
playing against Mr. J. D. God-
dard’s XI

The game commenced on
Thursday when Mr. Williams’ XI
batted all day to score 252 for
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mm ,u ran>r* Klimi Kj!h promnun' people, the KMI — % %  ^Jr .„ e 2111 eeniury !" i mcnl ad I I _ %  uJCBD AV .i.\M\\RY IL IHI %  r "i THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Will The Oil Line To Haifa Re-open? ing Ahead? PAR!> ._u after periodicals held Lnnsi LONDON, Jan. 11. THE VIC*: in te r-cent Egyptian elections n in important P!wlnI*es!ion of th< I oil refineries at Hi by the Fnrcixn Iraq to rc-open m1 *----* Haifa have been I iklkL 1 nj* tui An altcrnat Ive Ijl/" %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  *! %  % niethod of supplying the refineries *-s \Mth crude oil—by tanker from Abadan ion the Persian Gulf) through the Suez lo Haifa—wai BrlUah Governfc.to,.t refused. Its unent that has just been defeated at the polls still impose* a ban on the exports oi materials and combustibles—that would Include oil—to Israel, on the •ill technically at war with that country. umittiei only has been signed). In this anti-Israeli attiIraql Qovarnment has the Egyptian. Kt'iiMinablc W d i %  %  .vcriuiifi/ iy ancMe to adopt %  It front toward Mug a strong Govern1 %  It can. •aken no ..i expedition that to Pal< itine In the iTnwder* (who %  %  *"• hi %  %  in the ,e.i:!K "al" Anglo-Egyptian B % %  a of tha Wll , '"-' may decide the Lt by thiii h stile JJhome would Israel. Lit video Iving Mgr in relief. Speculalinn st tatter provided material gote tottrestii the psi' -J,. lh-> "'-I H for kuai iiKinkind/.; Suits dni| hove begunill irrelop one %  will prevent ineeassatvi all li %  to fold will %  Uflciol i%  hi nest iid.' eanti Bvdevelopn cations ol oui present knowi rather than the i i |p %  | %  I for the ne %  %  HLfv u f over % % %  : •: I Of peace troumi. Seek s Rcl'a8' Of 2 Athletes PRETOHIA. Ja toda> ui lothe Oovernrh) nl of PakisI %  %  athletes, hcln in quaran%  Karachi. BlBtl %  r the detcnUoi ol the two MM Officer Ian De Johngh, MR old high mi Moorte, 35 .. nfl urfw ihau ..lease. B where HUM landed al K — (Renter, i mifjhl include % %  < %  ban on the uMH allowed Iraqi Government would follow -mi and re-open the pipalhm to H Approximately 4.000.000 tons of crude oil n yrnr were deliverer! to Haifa from Irno before the raratli-Arab war. Rut this figure could be 8 inch line from Kirkuk wa the experts aay, thin a lew month's Kirkuk pipeline had been practically completed up to the ion the outbreak war forced contop. t the re-opening %  with the WOUld mean iMimv is a lunate Bat it is thoiiRht in oil i nratlve reckoning, Haifa could tum out about 1.000,000 i oleum a year. This %  %  % %  %  %  :.. i enl petrol ration in Britain I liBEE i Sn/HTZD PESSIA7/STS : "VCNTBUT SHE'S WCARINC HrCH MEELsl 12 Return From Aruba OOJ u.uli.1 vho were employed .it the i-igo O .^r.' Aruba. returned to the island yesterday by M. V. "Dai They were Oacar EUchi Haybea, Owen Jones. Cle1) Fcnt.v Frederick A. Vernon D. Stoute. Allan n Theodore Marshall. Emerson Reece. Douglas McL. Luke. \ Gibson and Seiherl Q S Webster. The "Daerwood" is scheduled to leave the colony on Sunday for Aruba via St Lucia, Granada n Vincent. The Schooner Owners' Association are agents A Clock Tower Gets "A Wash" %  • clock tower at the Sevanbib is netting .i "washinit" This is one of the best known 'arks in the island, lot now the racing community ••< Barbados always take or lose hope as the fancies which they ;'ii in a race reach "The Clock" and turn the bend for %  i Ht-rmudu Gets 48'^ More Tourists HAMILTON, (By Mail) Bermuda's lourtsi Industry In* ant. in 194U due %  urn of the Quoeil oj Bermuda in Fabfuary, %  > %  liniiii. -^i|i passsaUBaTI cut heavily intu .iirimc business. There was only .: Lvali but the total numbt'i u( (lights to < iaci iwen doubled and m a I .in m, Trail • luring the year. ala Ear 1&49 we* %  300, planes 33,104. lol 1 J8.519. hjaan" brought 23,024. Una 4.9b.J. otalUng 39.525. iras aiv lor total ,,i i n ,i including tourists, who accou.it for 90 per cent, of the totals. -B.l.1' British Birds Tear Paper (By FRED SMITH) I.ONDON. cBy Mail) An Inojuiry into the paper tearing habits of British birds has revealed that many birds are given to paper tearing but the blue-tit ''Tider. ml expert Lt. Col. W. M. Luxuii Home is carrying out an investigation into paper tearing habits ol birdl at the request of the British Trust for Ornithology. His iiiuiuigs reveal that starlings, charfnnches, s parrot blackbirds, jackdaws, parrots and the tit family all consider the finest way in which to pass their spare time is by deliberately tearing up paper. Col. Home's evidence against the blue-tits comes from all over Britain, and includes many instances of wall paper, new or peeling, plain or colour..I baJBg attacked. in one Instance, two )>iue-tits flew into a parked ear and chewed Up the llfOnee card Pea* Femi Reports tell how blue-tils entered a room and tore up QoVBrnment forms. Other blue-tits pecked away with glee at leather photograph frames and linen hung out to dry. They also are reported to have wrecked havoc on newspapers left on porches. Col. Home said that after requesting information from Britons on bird tearing habits, about 80 per cent of the lettan read "-how that the v.! %  iii the habit of feeding the bird, and the paper-tearing seems to have nothing to do with hunger." "The birds may do it just for their own amusement. Lettan show that tame birds let out of their cages will tear up paper immediately after i meal," declared Col. Home The British Trust for Ornithology recently completed un Investigation into th fj bottles by birds As in papertearing, the blue-tit pi. the worst culprit. Mr. J. M Fisher, one of the investigators, said that he had plenty of evidence that blue-tits peck off the cap of a milk bottle and help themselves to as much as ui inch of milk. —I.N.S LOVE STORY (iKOKUIA. Jan 20. A vtf named Maltie I Love hits died suit for a divorce. She claims that her husband's natural %  %  rll.tl h.'l —Rrater. Acheson Disagrees a> truin Page 1 any move to revoke the Assembly. The decision of 1946 requiring United Nations members to witi. t.rnw heads of Missions from Spain. He maintained that to (t so would imply approval of the Franco Keainie. which from the British point of view, was impos sible because the regime was t o m ld e red unrepresentative. in diplomatic quarter* n ; I-ondon. it is understood tha Britain was aware of Mr. Acheson's decision to stale publicly that he considered tha* United Notions policy toward Spain had been a mistake. 'on. it is thought in raa abraadj aware hat n. rhaay ol iront was probable by Britain. The fact is. it is felt m p ol i t i ca l >iuarters that it is morally impossible for Britain's Labour Government to make a gesture ol uwoi-ds Qenera ilsco Franco. This is, of eotttae doubly the case when a General Election is pending. —Reul.'-r. FJU. Hunt For ISine Bandit8 In $lm. Robbery BOSTON. Jan 20. Toptlight investigators, commanded by the head of the Federal Bureau investigation on Friday : ifainhiied their hunt for Boston million dollar desperadoes.' Under orders from F.B.I., Direc:or J. Edgar Hoover, who took control on Thursday. Experts involved ID investigation .y-oniiiuited .1'Allies They considered the oi setting up %  ciMitr.u 0 sift clues. Detectives trom Hoover's office crisscrossed United States to P.B.I. branches in key cities in the hunt for nine bandits who I $1.1)00,000 in cash itijd 50u,(XH) In Cheque* al Brink's Armored TranspoAntfeu Companv Garage '"ucsday night. As the manhunt entered its third day, investigators clung to <.nly few thin leads. Of New Jersey an i was seized with $1,782 on his person in Miami on Thursday as a possible suspect. Boston Deputy Superintendent, John F. Daly, said after talking iml Police that the man apparently had no connection %  vith the local holdup.—CP> — Decree Grated No Swing Dancing UBERL1NGF.N. GERMANY iiiv Mall) No boogie-woogie, swing i samba will be danced during the coming carnival in Southern Germany, if straight laced Ger• .tldoiu has its way BUI the public younger generation, violently opposes the Intentions of their would-be (BnaOtl In Sacklngen. upper Rhine, close to the Swiss border, the Burgomasters of the district assembled to discuss ways and means to banish '•imported" dances In favour of the traditional German ones. Realizing that out-and-out banning would cause repercussions among rDUBSjai carnival goers, the solid Burgomasters instead resolved to make only raannunan latlona to ttn daiuiiu; bands" At Ostrach, a small town in the Hohcn/ollern district, the Burgomaster had announced strong i>pposition to the samba in order tc discourage jaz? be of dance halls. However, the Mllowlng Sunday, when he turnci in his radio he was amazed k hear the disk-jockey announce ; samba "by special request of UM Burgomaster of Ostrach." An obvious gag originated by some samba fiend in his town. Maluva Expects Reconi Rice Cro|) KUAL k ntalayi en m i.n00 torn . —is like!) to be ,t record. Dr. A. I HU inb 'i of Malaya's AfriCUlturi •day. People Dissatisfied With Communist Rule TAIPEI!, 1 Chiang K..i Bn> help the WOUndV people an the %  and felt th> ..( not like % %  i .tartan methods. —neuter i %  %  a CWet Jut pi %  i F. R ii am IPW %  j. M. 0 lent i Decree HIM wee pronounced on Oat 7 uuM I Mr. W l( Douttai UMBra of the firm i 'infHtn nted lht> petiuV %  MOBILE CINEMA A piivaie ahon 'i tha I .il oo Monday. Janu.u Luded in the programme .if ithe Mobile Cinema for the week ing January 23 to Friday January 27. On Tueeday Janunr) M tha : Cottage and G 'day. January 25. mia-and-Quai II Thursday. I Ixai I JanuM PhlUp, India Ret^ognises "No'' Government In lndo-China NEW DELHI. Jan. 20 Commuius. 1 Chinas reported Oecision to recognise Dr. Ho Chi Muih' Republic of Vietman will not influence India's policy 10waras lndo-China In any nKJ according to informed circles here. India considers that neither the Bau Dai Government nor Doctor Ho's Government has ihc altributea of Sovereignty, and therefore she is not in n position to recognise cither as the Government in lndo-China. Prime Minister Pandi.' Nehru said recently that India's BOUCJ was not to give official recognition to any Government in lndoChina, "because parts of lndoChina are under one authority. and other parts are under another authority f *Mfc'uyti£. Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Patent Oxford is now on show in leading stores. 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TAGE EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE YACHTING SEASON OPENS TODAY T'lE YACHTING SEASON, to which man> Barbadians look forward, has again started All the bets arc r-ady for the flrsl regatta, which will be held of! the Roy* Barbados Yacht Club lo-da>. The next rlgatta will be o.i relay. February 4. N of the yacht* I %  .I. 0*9. Owned byl-Jjr %*„& I %  ?'*" b> *"' C %  ".'. slateV jacht Owned u> in Barbados and will be maains; her debut to racing Urn 11 Is expected to g... round pe*fcrmanot ana Ice*! 1 1 c.' i"rna NO am, ami can give a good W. Alston, recently over foal all round perlormaI'liiiKlaii l.r...... wun Mm ll.. been ntted with a new suit ot Seagull '•' Rat**) Sails and is expected to ( ^ noptd u,,, h „ .•xcellent form this saasoo w| -„ |)C ble to uk p, r ,n B. . Raaatale Owned by lor h corr,int series and show Owen Burke and will b. skipper^^ ^ fonn l|ler nMvlng resided V Ham nor-i Burke, la jt m Trinidid (or lhe put live .kipper of the well know Shamrock" Has not raced lor several c f fMf 0 wne!rong breezes. B. 4. rudine 0 Teddy Hoad and Wall be sfcl ed by his son. Tonv (Mdctt ol hiOaf trill be cor Is now ri't-ondtti-i.'hoped that she will be ready for the scries. B. 5. Mirhiel. Omfi I Toppin and will be tUppen his son, Stan ton I I. < scratch boats in On* Class a sister yach; jii'i had a few maj and is expected to gt*i I fiance this season. B. (. FUrt. At p ras an l owi:l by P.. Brannum *vhj from the island offered for sale One of : r cently built small' boats; can tail well with gooc< handling B. 7. Mm-. Bl-ir the Commodore, Mr J H. Wilkinson, and skippered by his son. Tom Veteran of .lie A has just been fitted with new sails and is expected to show belter form than last season B. 8. Raattl. Owned and •kippered by George 91 %  to me Fhr! all-round performanc being one of the smaller boat this Class B 9 Oka... sons'. Bert and Pat A Seagull of the centreboard typo, originally named Condor" Ha* been ihoroughly reconditioned and fitted with a new spar and %  >> Performance is at present unknown, but may cause several surprises. (-. it. oatutetOwned ann skippered by Pete. Inca n .-ran "SaafcuU" ol the eenireboard class. At present scratch boat ol the cciitretxiarders Mil nny %  ousted from this position at anv lime bv the new "Ufhtninga. Gives an excellent ucrfoi. and really enjoys hard C. U. Magwin. Owned skippered by Colin Bellan y. another of tl SgU. : Has had plenty of attention i preparation for the forthcomi g season and can be exptcb give the other centrein, plenty trouble. I'S It ll understood th it "Magwin" will ov taking a ;>i this season at the cost of Cokes' per Race Intermediate Class l 1. Gaal VP omen's Hnow hS, S <>n Open Tm*, Balhln, fr7.S "each on aT} Note the addrt,, _, plione 81.8 forBaaS* CACRABAX. a^ WorthUt( %  >ome of the VaehlH that will he sail.in today. The tirsl three boai* are : B 1 Gipay, I> Z Imp ami Shamrock. To the extreme lulu are Mischief VWi < loud and l'eler Pan. The Shamrock ii not satlm | l 111Sll-Ull of a coup e Hoad and will his son George had some maji hull and rigging poited to give some good p*fl> fuiinai.i'es. L 1Z. Dawn. Owned and skippered by Arthur Evelyn A Owned by Teddy stuI(lv boat, recently scratch boat skipporoci by %  Should do very n the D" Class but rrOBOl -. \\ before "lunch lor 73 (his season to this Class. Has runs, but then Eric Rowan and ucen fitted with a new suit of Dudley Nourse. South Africa's sails and should do well. captain came together and stayed much better this season. May ^ lt tiytle. Owned and skiufor the rest of the day. When end up as one of the scratcn pu,.^ by Sidney Nurse. Veteran stumps were drawn. Rowan was atl boat whlc' has been racing not out 133. and Nourse not out I •. Invader. Owned and succeisiu ii y f or ma n y seasons. 4. :J l „J ,. -k.ppered by Donald Stout,' HaJ Glv „ a good m \\ round performance and should do well this sails and rigging. Is expected to w „ son %  %  a scratch md highest of his career while njth Africa's best third wicket stand this season. Dudley Nourse had won ihe tons lor the first time this series i icfa Australia won the first two Tests. The first wicket fell when Wynne turned a ball on to his stumps at 32 and then at 7*. DURBAN Jan 30 Nel returned a catch to the bowlSouth Africa scored 2 ID •**! ""> *he South the loss of 2 wickets to-day who AJrican third wicket pair were the third Test cricket match • U> 83 against Australia opened. Two by lunch and to 1. S.A. Scores 240 For 2 In 3rd T'.st "0" Class John Chandler and will U skipJ3{ "s al u"^clT'in hard wind %  " %  • %  top ; pered by Carrol Burke Veteran ^' (l L! |W|BM TrODsU ^ l !" ** ocoflrey JOUIWHV .V of the old "A" Class and winnci u^SsS %  %  > u *• 'nk ^ m of several raves St. 13 Gem II OWBgd -mi ">' ,1C1 u *' lcr 1 il >' 1 "' *" %  %  ^rm %  :.,.,. Mupptred by Dandcy I" LceUtnt l^rtonnMc ejtt to* hav -Resolute to u t has been bmlt n lugatta. WUt protMUo this season. lT ow „ e r, n l 'w ? ^ ^ ^"Ind B. Ul a*Ua. Own. I m ta Iatil)gi bul u „ <> %  *** ^"SwaS? skippereo by Tedd> H p,,t (ll soir* good performances, 'kippered o> uorku"Star CUts" boas wlnoti | 4. C*ronelta. Owned b^ A well-known Snipe numerous prizes Has just been j (( niinie Hoad and will be skipuoal witn many U | fitted with a suit I ,^ re d by hk son Jackie Vetera wcu in avj to beat in Ught wind U h boat of thi often nose home fir^t after a good a good a u rOUAd ptd **• 3 Nudi * '"" J 4 "" mix up on the windward leg specially in light winds. pered by.G. CanH at Ctrce. Owned and | 5 Meldy. Owned and skipsmaller boats in mis CsM skippered by Dr J W P Hark^ lwa b y Ned Carnngton Anformance NO |UC bu< new. Another veteran of the olner nem boat,unaking her debut alivki 10 the game in a sporting "Star Class" Has rcc< 'to racing this season. ShouKi uiannei several year* in Trinidad. Her ^Q^, a ( a i r turn of speed. D .7. Sinbad. The pitch was always unre;>sponsive to pace bowling, and Hassett used his spinners mor frequently. Rowan hit eonfldently against both speed and spin, and always appeared confident This was his highest score in the present series of names, and the I, B'll JoHnjIon N>1 1 li b Ian JoBruon Nourtc not out ,f -ickfl. I IL1 BOWL1MQ ANALYSIS L, 1.0*4! I I*..! b 1. lb-*. 11b-2 Class 1 I lo In 1 Owned and iklp; capabilities known. gee, ;r pffwjani tmii wt aiJVL\i "— -. Owned by John pered by Lionel Baggol. A scratch Mil M aklpoerad bj wt ' ">to class, giving a snapREV C LOWREY QUP derson. Indiana. U.S.A Sunday In the Quarterl; at Chaanan Street Church of God. He will speak al I ai 2.00 pm and 7.00 p.m. Ban Q i-urer to the Mts&ion.ny Board of the Church ol God COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED ON SUNDAY NIGHT From 7 lo 10 O'clock Combined C and Centre Board Class (' 1. Astra (ffnwd and sklpal all times. I. 1. Makawk. I. I. Eaalr. Huntc and will be skippered by -Michael Mayer,. Q jttE?wL?<£2i d I aood perlormanee In hard wind %  > %  "Hi rasVT-.k.. InThis to be watched carelul'., ,klp,..-..U b, IrU Hal"...Aor tut ,malier OouU In IBl Owned by Dr -If raailh well ... h.„ pared by Milton Tu. 1 David Payne and will I* sk.,.UMI >>... rOlJ " %  '' in this Claas last year. Veteran pered by Hob Cumberbatch Made will Have aaotitac | or the "C" Claas. Gives an its debut last season and abowed ll > w 'Jf'JS 1 vbry some vary good n %  • !" iiaht wind, but is not j| homa Should do well this year. Kippered by to heavy L •• Skly. Owned and skipAnother of 0_ !" ch J^'" l m C J SV^-p. 0 Uppered b, O. Co.. Ha. a good turn Una Claas. When Rood In.. pared by UcntM Anataj A am ol speed and doe-s well With excan give .... OMIaaM pcrlorn 'Uahtnlna Class' yacht making pert handling. ance. %  _-_-. her debut thU aaaaon. M 19 la.Ue-. Oaftaad UHl D. U. Vaai ThanHyke O..,. ,i oecpjd t„ Wtnd bl William Skeete. A and skippered by II. I> Mljai boarders plenty trouble powerful boat and can put In Was not very successful lasi t. I. T—l" Owned end son..aeaOacil irfonnances. season but is prepaung lo give 111 Cahpao. Owned I vear Scratch boat in the "C fdpptnd by Jack 1 !" the V !. %  •• '''"'""*"? Cla* Uing Uiv laigesl and IW I lirsl i.cing came to lall In 1Dermol uynoe. powerfulK rigged Gives good nil waters. Did not have a v. I performround perlormante especlall.i .i successful season last vear b.il nce l i.i'ikiii LF.Anita LlMiL-S arosaoM HI l I. Ill 1CIMI1 Owl i Winsloii Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights vs.::::::::::-.:::-.;::-. Under the distil patronage ol lenty ihe Governor and Mrs. Savage ANNUAL VALENTINE If you're frellna out o-ion-.. (;•( I ^ Mfhl.. or -ulTtr rroi MM. Barhava hr I.-K Ptxliw. RwolUn AnkU*. Hh*umail>'. i > C.x* vs-ur lint*, hllln^^ Truublo l> thiruo aad U.> .i •o lluil lh*y run>ilon poorly *. in. ..LIt %  CM ul acl >>>ur kUlr..-j %  lutrdiuiii and light wtnru, out like has |l thai ~^— C *• Hi Hu Owned by Iiopkii Uo be eoinpcUnn Uiis >vai With Bnod handling can dumuiau. 1 all otbci boat* ill thfe "CsaM" IB -i ..'.hi: now heen thorouKhly id re-rignibul has beei • ith mui" fteed loi UM oonuDi B.B.C. Radio Proiramme lun II. IN l.l.ll < &. Wlaartl U. Owned and skippered by Jim .Ion powerful C" Clai boat iiei dabul to rat li ^ uaai Will m-atr 1 I Tin 8 %  m Arrordroii Inu-rlua* soliiiui : V am Inwi I %  m Pram llvr EaUIoilaU I 10 PdlatJr 111 %  % %  > Ji.li.i I U %  m Phil fnkOrtrt V am CfcMt down w Ht> IS 10 p m N>w Atv.i. 11 i% p in llanc* MuMc II JO p MI U-i Ih* .ith I p in Cv* ItI IS H II. ReUlM N*.l*.l 1*1 V "l %  keen coin petition for the place ol I' t. \aaaboiul (...,.. 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_—

if Photo Finish Predicted
In The U.K. Elections

LONDON, Jan. 20.
1 a HE 1
2. by the Liberal “News Chronicle” show that the advan-
; of the Opposition Conservatives over the Labour Party



1 §= recorded by a similar political survey last November 2s

10 per cent has dropped to 2.5 per cent.

RESULTS of a public opinion poll published to-day







|

PICTURE INSET shows the j

fuse bex, flaming between

the two poles. Bottom picture
shows the Fire Brigade, with
the Electric Company's van

in the background. They |

arrived a few minutes after

Will Pe

Gomes Calls For
A_ Regional
Conference

TO DISCUSS SUGAR

tition The King
“GIVE US BACK OUR
DOLLAR”

BELIZE, British Honduras, Jan. 20
‘THE “People’s Committee,” formed here to
fight the devaluation of the British Honduras
dollar is to petition the King to recall Parliament









the power had been cut i i
yee —# The ‘News Chronicle politica | | . a ee ee ORT OPSPAIN, Jan ae.
i. commentator, A, J. Cummings,| | that area and the blace had } ‘Trinidad legislators after an ; {l-
; Ma Be said this sharp variation, so close | {day sitting to-day, unanimou ily
pain y to the General Election date died away, jaccepted a motion’ by the Hon.
‘e +7) a 23) had introduced Story on Page £ | Albert Gomes calling on Gove :n-
Ee € peally dramatic element into the }ment to immediately communi. :te
3 struggle for power. j; vith other West Indian Colo) ‘es
It now seemed to have become for a Regional Conference of ‘e-
U.S. Report {a neck and neck race with the | presentatives of territorial le is-
poe of a _ photo-finish, he | atures to consider what j int
added. action sheuld be taken follov ing
ae ae The newspaper published a | | (he break down in the sugar t_ ‘ks
The Spanish Ca mngt at 1S! chart indicating the trend of opin- jin London.
al weekly ere tud Zz ion as recdrded in polls taken | Gomes suggests that repre: >n-
was believed vo Studying | periodically since the last General |‘atives meet not later than the
_ Washington Embassy’s report/Plection in 1945 when Labour |first week of February.
the statement of Dean Acheson, swept to power. | The motion was an amendment
M can Secretary of State, on This showed that the Labour }.o one by the Hon. Patrick S. lo-
® iplomatic relations with Spain. | pojl rose to a peak at the start of | mon, urging the Trinidad Gove -n-
The Cabinet was also believed | 1946 when the Conservative vote nent to take immediate step; to
‘to be studying wheat purchases} was at its lowest. snter trade negotiations ith

In early 1947, at the time of
the British fuel crisis, votes for

the two parties were almost
equal.
After the dollar crisis in the

summer of 1947, the Conservative
figures went well ahead of
bour's. Thereafter the margin re-
mained narrow with the Conserv-
atives just ahead until the second |







y



_and other items. .

' The only reaction in Spain so
to Acheson’s letver was from
Jona, where it was reported |

e dollars had improved from
3 pesetas to 42 in the black
| market deals. , f

” Black market cotton prices in

B® Barcelona declined 15 per cent,

“H® presumably in the Welief that

4 better trade relations with the
United States would accompany
the eventual restoration of nor-
mal diplomatic relations. In Ma-
drid. the statement passed almost
unnoticed.

Some newspapers headlined the
story, ovhers slipped it down a
column, none commented, Public
interest appeared scant,

1 f/ ..From Lake Success comes the
report that Trygve Lie, United
Nations Secretary General vold

=am reporters today that the United

‘B® States policy statement on Spain
by Dean Acheson was “not a
surprise to me.”—Reuter.

. i *

Police Investigate

9

Overseer’s Death

Advocate Correspondent

GEORGETOWN, B.G. Jan, 20.

Police are conducting investiga-
tions into the death of Gordon
Smith, 34-year-old Scetland-born
overseer of Plantation Rose Hall,
British Guiana. Smith, a native

serburgh, Scotland, came to
sh Guiana in 1938.

fe Was hospitalized on Janu-
ary 10 and died on January 19.
A post-mortem was performed by
Goveinmeht Medical Officers and
‘the internal organs sent to the
Government Analyst. Police have

disclosed the causes for the

Utopsy and subsequent inyestiga-

s.—(By Cable).
¢. L. C. Bourne To
r x
Manage B.G. Team
(Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Jan. 20.

Heavy rains daily held up
cricket trials for more than a
Month leaving batsmen groping
for form and posing a problem for

Selection Committee. The first
ial was abandoned after two
S play.
e second trial was billed to
to-day but play was again
the

me abandoned through
fains and floods.
Unless the weather holds up, the
will have to be selected on |
st performances.
C.L, C. Bourne former Barbados
et-keepe= batsman has been
ted Manager.

heavy
7

—By Cable.



Khan Jewel Robbery |

FRENCH POLICE today announced the arrest of five |

Five Arrested In Aga —

dollar crisis in 1949 and devalua- |
tion increased’ the anti-Labour
trend.

Of those questioned in this lat-
est poll, held since the: election
date was announced eight
cent “did not know” which way
they would vote. In November, |
this percentage was 14.

per

Be —Reuter.
Soviets Have
201,000 Planes

LONDON, Jan. 20. |
The Swedish newspaper Stock-
holm Tidningen, quoted by Stock-
holm radio to-day, said the So-
viet Air Force now has 201,000
opérational aireraft divided in
550 fully manned and equipped |
air groups. One half of the force,
which includes 8,000 heavy bomb- |
ers, consists of jet planes of the,
latest type, the report added.
Plane production was said t
have reached an annual figure o!
25,000 machines of all types, last
year’s total including 3,000 heavy |
bombers, 5,000 light bombers
and 5,000 jet fighters.

|

—Reuter.

—
|

La- i

AYear Without |

| countries other than the U.K. re-
garding the colony's export:ble
| products and make immediate and
jetermined representation for
larger allocation of dollars for the
colony.

Dr. Solomon finally withdrew
his motion in favour of the
j}amendment. In the course of hi

}1emarks, Solomon said that mem
| bers of the W.I. Sugar Delegation
| were not treated like experts but
like miserable urchins standing in
the streets and begging for pen-
The attitude adopted, he
said, was one of “wait your turn
little boy; stand outside and wait



nes.





pe g oe until the talks with your bigger
brethers are over.”
TEE Ry Oe eee een nee CT Solomon accused the mother

Drove Car For Acheson Disagrees With
UN Policy Towards Spain

(By PAUL SCOT RANKINE)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20
MR. DEAN ACHESON'’S statement on Spain is expect-
to encourage the movement to reverse the United

country of subjecting the colonies
to every form of exploitation; the
latest being devaluation of the
pound He appealed for unani-
mity, which is “so essential at this
| stage.’—(By Oable)



‘Dead’ Woman
Regains Full

Gasoline

—USED GREASE a



Six W.I. Students
Win Bursaries
AT DALHOUSIE

}
HALIFAX, Jan. : |

Six West Indian students
winners of the sterling area bur-
saries set up by the Dalhousie
University branch of the inter-
national Students Service. The|
bursaries have been set up to
compensate students who are}
suffering about 20 per cent loss
in their income due to the deval-|
uation of the British pound,
Winners are medical students
W. S. A. Singh of British Guiana |
D, Cc. C. Pitt of St. Vincent, Pre-
Medical students Roland Wills,
B. G. F. M. Johnson Jamaica and}
Arts and Science, H. Giraudy of
St. Lucia and S, Tancoo of Trini-

|
|
|
|
|

are

dad, Johnson and Giraudy won}
$50 bursaries and the other four
$75. The money was raised by}

a “tag day” last fall.—(CP)



PARIS, Jan. 20.

men for the theft of £200,000 worth of jewels from the|
Aga and Begum Khan last August, and ordered a nation-
Wide manhunt. for three other men who they think can

| lead them to the jewels, a

ccording to Pirre Pertheaux,

Director of the Surete National (The French Criminal !n-

vestigation Department).

U.S. Ambassador
Arrives In A

Snowstorm

BELGRADE, Jan. 20,
Mr. George Allen, new United
, *s Ambassador to Yugoslavia,
a tived to-day by air from Trieste

A a snowstorm.
su The plane circled the landing
& for nearly an hour while
ts and reporters watched

ry

Mr, Allen told reporters that

looked forward with great in-

4 and pleasure to his “new
agen and important job,”

Said that he had no special

Message from President ‘Truman

ip Maeshal Tito but hoped to see
Marshal as soon as possible,

—Revyter.

weets And
More Bacon Too

LONDON. Jan. 20,



— es Ministry announced
tion is to be Britain’s bacon ra-
€d from ¢. ° em Porarily increas-
mi. five ounces a week,
to fo weet ration from four
{ half ounces a week



29.
—Reuter.



“Big Roger’, the leader of the
gang and his _ mistress, were |
“executed” by the others after
the robbery. The Police instruct-
ed all stations to begin a day and
night hunt for the three wanted
men, identified as Paul Leca,
Charles Vincileoni and Urbain
Giaune, and set a section head
from the Surete, Georges Valen-

tin, to direct operations person-
y from Marseilles, where three
} the arrests were made, They

were expected to put up road
blocks and check them on all pri-
vate vehicles using the roads.
Bertheaux giving the story to the
Police, had pieced together the
disclosed news that the jewels had
been hidden by the thieves in the
garden of a villa near the Aga
"Khan's residence when the search
for the stolen jewels was at its
height in August.

Bertheaux said that Jean Joli-
vet, first of the gang to be arrest-
ed, who had the villa close to the
Aga Khai's residence put the Po-
lice on the trail of the others. Ap-
prehensive about their hiding
place, members of the gang re-

turned after a few days to dig up|

the jewels from the garden. They

handed them over to two men
named Leca and Vincileoni, des-
cribed by Bertheaux ery ell
|} knowr Police id t tnese
}three men coulda 'eaa ihe |
ewels, which n t be F'gal
—Reuter.



LONDON, Jan. 20 Nations General Assembly ban on full diplomatic recogni-
Frank Alfred Crawley, 39-} tion of the Franco Regime in Spain. ms a
year-old London-born engineer,| * As such, the statement may help C 1
) : | . ’ : ay | ~ YC’
| says that Britain’s gas rationing; Te to quicken decisions from both onsciousness
does not bother him. He has been | A *h W il ; Republicans and Democrats ix
driving his car for a year with-| .C esol 1 Congress against the isolation of HAITI. Jan, 20
out a drop of gasoline, | } Spain from other nations, anc Doctors are studying the strange
He claims to have perfected aj Re ort On particularly from other anti-Com-| case of the young women discov-
new solid fuel and adopted it tom munist Nations, 4 ered to be alive in her coffin just
use in. his ear. ; « . . In effect, Mr. Acheson reiterated | as her mourning family was about
Atter™ Warning tip the engirie} x onsert tion ‘}ia bis letter to the Senate Foreign | to bury.-her,
on liquid fuel such as paraffin, | Relations Committee that if the Medical authorities said that
he inserts tube grease like sub- % + United States is not represerced' the woman Anita Souffrant 26
stance into a special fitting on| po. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 | by an ambassador in Madrid, it is| from the rural district Saint
the engine and drives off. | Secretary of State Dean Ach-| because of collective United! Michael had lost consciousness
He says that he gets 50 miles| cage, 19S appear next Wednesday Nations opposition to such an ap- | after six months illness, during
to a pound of fuek efore the, Congress Armed Ser- pointinent and not beca se ol which she was dosed with medi-
“My car is normal in every vices Committee which _ starts individual United States policy | cines. recommended by sympa-
vay except that it uses my own| Nearing today on a proposal to British Policy Unchanged thetic friends.
carburettor and a bigger battery extend to three years the Selective British policy towards Spain On Dec. 14, authorities said
The cost of converting an or- Tavte An which expires oD|/yemains unchanged despite the| that Anita's Family decided that
dinary motor to Crawley Method| ?Â¥ne 30, 1950 : publication yesterday of a letter! che was dead. and arranged the
ics avout £50 and the cost of the Members of ‘he Committee from Seeretary of State, Dear | funeral. On way to the Chureh
solid fuel will be about half that] ee heer to fe arr gee to Acheson 7 Democratic pe sergtt mourners were startled when
of ordinary gasoline.—4CP) - | Know whether Acheson sawii(lom Connolly, indicating that the |i,” heard noises. coming. from
anything in world politics, es-} United States will now support Anita’s coffin, They looked in-
2cially ce ar Eastern} any re return ambassadors | °° : oe
pecially in recent Far Eastern Any move to - n 1 ; , $s ron side, found her breathing.
‘ developments to justify retain-| to Madrid which may be mooted The Local priest ordered ‘he
Jap Communists | ir ‘e Conscription Law. | in the United Nations Assom>ly:| girl rushed to hospital at Port-
r â„¢ Announcing this decision ly z
President Truman has requested a eae ‘ian Woreien | Au-Prince. Dr, Paul Desmangles,
Will soy : U) To the extension, which has the ap-| Qpice spokesman re-affirmed a|head of the hospital staff said
ul Live P proval of Defence Secretary, Louis declaration of British Policy ; that Anita regained consciousness
Johnson, and military leaders, toward Spain made in ‘he \3 days after her funeral, and was
yy fy 93 Only about 30,000 men have Tnit : ‘ne | able vo talk intelligently
> i 3 av, en have United Nations Assembly by the ; 4046 vo ¢ g y.
The Expectations been called up since Une present British Minister of State, Mr. | He said that her illness has|
law was enacted in 1948. Owing Hector McNeil on [6th May, been diaghosed as a type of |
TOKYO, Jan. 20 | to the success of voluntary en- 949. Mr. MeNeii then stated| malaria. Her condition is now}
The Japanese Communist Party‘ listment, no draft calls have been that Britain would not support | fair (CP) }







}
announced to-day after a two-day issued since January 1949. But @ On Page 3 | |
special conference “unanimous military leaders maintain that vhe | x / = e 7
agreement with the Cominform| existence of the Draft Act has rm ~ rine ~ t l A d
political line.” stimulated voluntary enlistment, Two Go On Trial | pirt ua 1

The Congress approved an|Some military spokesmen also F S z I U S ,
|apology to the Cominform by the] argue that the draft should be or ime in ene F G ma |
Party’s leader, Sanzo Nozaka, for} continued as a token of good faith ty Py is or er ns |

|







having argued that it was possi-| vo America’s North Atlantic NEW YORK, Jan. 20, e |
ble to establish a Communist! Treaty friends. They want the Judith Coplon, former Justice In Soviet Zone
State while Japan remained oc« u-| Act, even though unused, to be} De eng, Sane and Tad
ied. in force in case of an emergeney.} tin A. Gubitchev, Russian Unitec ‘ ¥ |
. The Japanese Party promise al —euten | Nations employee must stand trial ie fine COLOGNE, Jan. 20 |
that it would in future “live up| on spy conspiracy charges, Fed- Assan ee of the Cologne,
to the expectations of the inter- , eral Judge Sylvester J. Ryan — ssnon ae prings, 00
} national Proletariat But t | U S A > ° _| ruled to-day —Reuter. Archiiiehe ; as . am a le
expressed its pect for ts| Uerde J rmy I ractices —_—_—_—_—_——— a . ae ,Wi be sent on a
leader, 48-year-old Sanzo Nozalka, | Q i p 3 d | ‘ 3 , Ie oe Aes to the Soviet)
despite the Cominform’ criti- |} pT HEIDELBERG. Jan. 0 Spy Released “Th . “We ” Genee a a }
‘ism of him a he United States Army First! 3 on Te : 4 e West German news agency
ib Division manoeuvre exercise PRAGUE, Jan. 20 D.P.A. in reporting this, said that,
[wo hundred delegates from] «.je6t” ended to-day with an] Hjelm, young Swedish business-;| Bishop Dr. Legge of the Soviet
all parts of the country atteni-| accauit crossing of the Neckar} man was released by the Czechs|Zone city of Meissen, has asked
ed the meeting, which was held! river by two infantry regiments., to-day before serving a three-|the Cologne Archbishop to send
behind closed doors. The Con-| Troops using assault boats 2s-| year prison sentence for.“eco-|40 priests from Western German

gress drew up a programme} tablished a firm bridgehead 01! nomic sabotage and spying.” His/to the Meissen bishopric to ease



i

which will be announced shori | the east bank, and soon after; appeal was dismissed last Satur-/the fateful lack of priests there.
ly, according to a party spokes-| men and equipment. poured across; day. but on Tuesday the Swedish} ‘Phe Secretariat's spokesman
man, the river. Legation was told he — b€} said yesterday that speedy spirit- |
—Reuter. —Reuter. | free. —Keuter. jual aid for Germans in the |
dilaniartiaced ‘ ' Soviet Zone was necessary «c |
a ; counteract widely spread de- |
Five Killed In + S k Christianization there. |

alklands Governor Speaks Reuter,



Milk Lorry House

ILLINOIS, Jan, 20
A man, wife, and three small
children died early today when a
stove exploded, and fire swept
their improvised home.

To Marooned Seientists
By Radio-Telephone

plied to the Governor by Morse.

Printer’s Devil
In The King’s Title |

LONDON, Jan. 20. |

ON BOARD THE JOHN











Se Sane oe Ses BISCOE, Jan, 20. It was clear the ‘Stenington men A mistake in the King’s title
laces with owed paper. All are SIR MILES CLIFFORD, Falk- | were enormously cheerful by the} was made in a government pub-|
Sleved to have ae asleep in |!ands’ Governor, has spoken by [way in which they replied. lication released on Thursday
cheir bunks when the Are began. radio telephone The Serene ie eet a, he, King)
§ Reater,|t0 the Britith also used radiojof Irelan instead ing of:
scientists ma- | YOU MUST read ihe case telephone for aj] Northern Ireland.
: | rooned inside the of THE ROYAL MAIL in conversation The text of an Agreemeni
Oxford Condemns | Antarctic Circle e , , with Major K. S.| issued as a white paper on the |
" on Stonington Monday's Evening Advo- Pierce - le wu hog ” armed forces ~ =e
; oe ; | ate. who is already russels Treaty powers referred)
Parliament a Te — KVERYBODY READS the | 3 Deception to “His Majesty King of Great}
OXFORD, Jan. 20. aoe y theit k ee Aad cide, — | Island, and who} Britain, Ireland and the British |
The Oxford Union-University ¥ . ; oe ves er | 18 planning | the} Dominions Beyond the Seas It}
Debating Society and Mock Par- |Tscue. Fhe Gov- rescue flights} occurred at least twice in both
liament on Thursday carried by a|°2 not yet from Deception;the English and French texts.
vote of 368 to 216 this motion | ‘tally recovered to Stonington. | A spokesman at the Foreig
low This House conde the legis-| from: an illness, is in the John] The Argentine transport Char-| Office said. ‘The correct title ot
l lation of the present Parliament.”}Biscoe, now heading a second | cot is anchored at Fort Poster with | His Majesty should be King of}
i Chief pport of the motion|time for Deception Island—ad | reliefs and stores from an | Great Britain, Northern Ireland)
N I nservative |\ ance e fre hic é tine Meteorological base, | and British Dominions Beyond
Eng ‘ St um. The Argentine base is|the Seas.” At the Governmen
or . killed personnel; Stationery. Office a spokesma:
enforced | said that he thought it wa
) the one € (C.P.) ~~ (Reuter.)i printer’s. error,—(CP)

to consider the country’s new financial “plight.’’

2 File

Against
Acheson

Ask Halt Dismantling

9

Committee and a member of the
| Legislative Council said today
| that the petition was*planned be-=
} cause the people of British Hon-
{duras feared ‘that a memorial
| they sent last week vo Colonial
| Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones

asking for Parliamentary action
| might be “pigeon-holed.”

Smith said his Committee had
received an acknowledgment for
the Memorial from Creech Jones
who said he was “urgently con-
sidering” it.

Suit





The British Government's an-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 nouncement two days «ago of
s NGTO? 20, ;

An appheation has been made in £400,000 grant. me ; .
the District Court here for an | 4e8eribed by the Government
rder to prevent the State De- | ‘4° ace OO iitere 2 a owe

partment from permitting de- opmen, and elfare and to as
struction or dismantling of Ger-| 2 overeoming economic difficul-

nan industrial plants.

ties was described by Smith today

merely a grant for which

Legislators had been.pressing be-

lhe application was made by
Martin Opitz and Bisie William-| fore devaluation,
swki both of New York City “How can the British Govern-
They named as defendant the} ment say it is a grant to over-

Secretary of State

Mr, Opitz was identified as ar

American Citizen w
in numerous Ger
enterprises

He challenged t!

as a violation of t
in that there was
of the action by t

violation of the

Administration rul
The suit said
was adding a finar
American
ducing
rope

economic ¢

taxpayers

Dean Acheson.| come devaluation difficulties?” he

asked.
ho holds stock Smith added ‘We do not want
nan industria)| to be treated like beggars. We
want to be helped to manage our
wn affairs. We want back our
te dismantlin lollar
he constitutior If vhe Briti people want to
no ratification Kt how their money is being
he Senate and} wasted they should send an im-
Mares M partial ommission to British
that dismantling ORCER
A rence ig An inti-devaluation iemon-
acial eS stration is to beheld in Belize
ielvoum tues take ext week—Reuter.

ANNOUNCEMENT
“ MISLEADING”

“Advocate”

—Reuter,

rhe correspondent

nN os “2 °@ al Belize in a cable message states
Tunisian Ship jthat a Government communique
today revealed yesterday's London

Sinks Off Spain

MARSEILL

rhe

ba” sank to-day

east coast of Spair
signals received
authorities here

Punisian steamer
in a gale off the

|Press Service announcement of

£250,000 as a British gift for

jing : itis iduras

ES, Jan. 20 tiding over British Honduras

| through her devaluation difficul-

“Tebour- 1
Bebe ties and referred vo the estimated



seording ta | S28 of the construction of the
‘ tar vis ,| Middlesex Roaring Creel Board
oie he A £25,000 of which has already been
sixteen of the

approved by the Secretany of State

crew were reported (o have been] oy, the immediate start of the
rescued by the French steamer] road.
“Ville Doran’ The communique sates it now
The captain and eight others of|appears that the full £250,000
the crew who had remained on!has been approved though the
the “Tebourba (1,250 tons) | British Honduras Government has
until the last moment were re-| not yet been fully notified. The
ported to be afloat on a raft :%|communigue points out ‘gat the
heavy sea with visibility almost | full sum must of necessity be spent
nil ; over a considerable period as the
Several aircraft including construction of the read proceeds,
seaplane have joined into the ! t describes the Press Ser
search for the captain and eight] announcement as “misleadins
of the crew of the Tebourba”’ ee re engre eet cee acer ee
Weeen, Saber OF She" Rae CORRE Don't tell your friends.
of Spain. oa
An airliner, flying from Algiers They went pay you. Tell
to Paris has been ordered to alter the “Advocate”. It will

its course, and par
ber rescue dinghy
where the steamer

achuite a rue

near the spot

sank.
—Reuter.

pay you.
Tel, 3113.



RUMPETER

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(Carub

IS EXCELLENCY the Gcv-
H ernor has graciously consent-
ed to give his distinguished pat-
Tonage and hopes to attend the
Cabaret Ball on Feb. 4th, which
is in aid of the St. Philip Baby

Welfare Centre and the St.
Thomas Children’s Nutrition
Clinic.

Master of Ceremonies will be
Mr. Eddie Cook who is well
known for his ana and =
personality. Besides those alrea
mentioned as taking part are, Miss
Doreen Roberts, Miss Barbara
Jordan, Mrs. F. O. O’Connor Git-
tens and the Misses Sheila and
Gloria Walcott.

The ladies in charge tell me
that tickets are selling well and
the evening promises to be one
of great enjoyment for all those
Who attend and at the same time
they will be assisting in two very
good causes.
‘ PS) «>
Leaving For England
i R. HAROLD BANCROFT,

who resigns as Manager of
SeawellAirport at the end of this
month will be leaving for England
on February 15th*on the Golfito,
accompanied by his wife.

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i They’re Off
LL Hands on Deck! At 2.30
o’cloek-this afternoon, as the
starter’s gun breaks the silence
over Carlisle Bay the 1950 Yacht-
ing Season will be on. While
skippers and their skilled crews

: } battle against each other,
3 fans will be





wet

ie
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at the Aquatic Club
and Yacht. Club, along Burke's
Beach and some even on the
Esplanade, hailing for the par-
‘ ticular boat which they are in-
terested in,

Up untila late hour yesterday
evening some yachtsmen were
still putting the finishing touches
onto their boats; last minute pre-
parations to ensure them of vic-
tory.

Business With Pleasure
R. HARRY ST. HILL, who
has been here for a litile

over a week combining business
with pleasure, left yesterday
afternoon for St. Vincent via
Trinidad by the “Lady Patricia.”
Son of Mr, and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill
of ‘Ypres’, Ist. Avenue, Belleville,
he is Supervisor of Popular
Stores Limived in St, Vincent. He
told me that his sister Thelma
will be paying a visit to Barbados
shortly.
«> «>

Returned To Caracas
k. J. S, STORRIE, who rep-
resents a large firm of En-

gineers in Engiand over in
Caracas and Senor J. Abasolo,
who is on constructional work
in Caracas have enjoyed their
short hoiiday in Barbados and
were guesis at “Cacrahbank.”

¥ «a» «an

: High And Low

i i Thursday morning, when
> the “Svella Polaris” was here,
, three Chauffeurs were overheard
trying toeget a lady tourist to
hire their car. Their sales (lk
went like this:—

“Take this car Madam, it’s the
latest.” The second fellow not to
be outdone cried, “No! my fare is
cheaper.”- The third one piped
up “Give mé a break Miss, I know
vhe right spots!”

Well the cheaper fellow won.
Suppose as soon as the tourist
trade is over these chauffeurs
will return to normal life, and
we ‘Bajans’ will have to pay the
maximum, or use the bus

U.K. Horticulturist Leaves

R. PETER COBBALD, a hor-

j ticulturist from the United

} Kingdom left om Thursday eve-

ning for Dominica where he will

spend a further holiday before

' returning home. He had spent

4 about ‘wo weeks here and was

staying at the Sea View Guest

’ House.

iti Mr. Cobbald was accompanied

. 7 by his mother.

it N HER _ noisome_ cavern,
Avie. blackened with smoke from
foul herbs and filthy concoctions,
sits the last of the sibyls, a direct
descendant of the notable hag of
Panzoust.

A politician who came to con-
sult her about the date of the
election found her conning a bat’s
entrails. To his greeting she
replied, cryptically. “Si necnon
hie necnon Huc,” and proceeded

cut his breeches to ribbons
with a knife steeped in a distilla-
tion of viper’s bugloss and hemp
Wher she had shredded
i his shirt and waist-
overed his boots with Pata-
gonian rye-grass, ripped his coat
and ground his hat between two
rocks, she lit a fire beneath a
gigantic cauldron, Into this she
threw his -underclothes and a
quantity of arrowroot, a leveret
snared with mustard under a full
moon, sainfoin, elm-bark, and



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Bargains —

They Won't Stay

tional

Long!

beetroot-juice, while chanting the

WHITFIELDS

HARDWARE

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

“1 always feel that
enters into the :
village revela more h

than Aer ledgship hersets.



On Pleasure Trip

R. AND MRS. CHARLES A.

BINGER of New York who
are on a month’s pleasure trip
through the West Indies, stopped
in here during the week from
Trinidad by B.W.1LA. for a short
period and are staying at vhe
Windsor Hotel.

They have both visited the
West Indies before, but this is
their first trip vo Barbados which
they like very much. They also
said that the only island which in
their estimation compares favour-
ably with Barbados is St, Thomas.

Both members of the Freakness
Hills Country Club, New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Binger had their
first game of golf here on Wednes-
day at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club and hope to play
every day until they leave.

Mr. Binger is President of the
Reply-O-Letier Company of New
York City.

<> <>

Appointed Headmistress

HE Speightstown Girls’ School

re-opened last week after the
Christmas holidays with their new
Headmistress, Miss Sylvia Watis
who succeeded Miss Rollock who
has retired.

A former pupil of St. Michael’s

Girls’, Miss Watts was attached to
the teaching staff of Sv. Philip’s
Girls’ before entering Erdiston

College for training. At the ex-
piration of her training, she was
appointed an assistani at the
Model School at Erdiston

<> «<>

lhe Lights Flickered

LECTRICiLY cuts again had

several Cinemas out of action
last night. However, with the aid
of a small generator the Globe
Theatre was able to put on their
regular Friday “Talent Night.”
Now and again the lights flickered
off during the acts. This however
caused no break in the programme
and the amateurs put their besv
into their effort, but once again
the crowd was unnecessarily noisy
at times. Winners were Phyllis
Collymore, Evans Bascombe and
Dorothy Marshall, in that order.
Mr. Maurice Jones Manager of the
Globe told the audience during the
show that he would be returning
to Trinidad on Monday. As the
introducer of Local Talent Nighy
to Barbados he will be greatly
missed by many cinema-goers.

By the end of the last contes-
tani’s number, the electric power
had been resvored and the sched-
uled film was shown.

«> «>

U.S. Visitors Return
M* AND MRS. W. J. ECK of
Washington, D.C., who came

out to Barbados about a month
ago fog the winter paid a two-
week visi to British Guiana and
returned by the “Lady Rodney”
on Wednesday. They are staying
at the Sea View Guest House

WAY



. . .
song of the Goueil de Jouéou,
with its wild refrain, “Garonne!
Ohé, Garonne!” Choked and

blinded with smoke, the politician
staggered back to the National
Liberal Club, naked and enraged.

In Passing

HAVE a suspicion that many

of those who were writing,
at the turn of the year, about
England 50 years ago, were born
about 1922, Their ideas of what
Victorians and Edwardians were
like come from revue sketches,
cartoons, and the jests of their

contemporaries. To take one in-
Stance, it is not true that young
men and girls only began to en-
joy themselves when they gavq
up good manners. Girls were not

imbeciles, nor men prigs and
prudes merely because _ their
clothes and their habits were
different from ours to-day.
An Interesting Fact
CORRESPONDENCE about

the derivation of the word

Calling

she has recenily been appointed

Class Still On
R. RALPH CxOWE, Govern-
ment Architect and Town

Fianning Officer will take Mr.
John Harrison’s Art Class, tols
morning, as Mr. Harrison, who is
at present in Grenada, has had to
postpone his return until Mon-
day.
Wakefield as usual and will begin
at 9.15.

The class will be held at

an «<»
Enjoying Themselves
RS. VIOLET DE SILVA, and
her daughter Imelda, who

arrived here in late December
from St. Kitts, are having a
lovely holiday and may decide
to setvle in Barbados. At present
they
Hill,

are staying at Spooner’s
St. Michael.

On Carib Survey

M* JOSEPH C, FARMER,

head of the Ministry of Civil
Aviation, Tele-communication
Branch accompanied by Mr. A. D-
Hodgson, Director General of
Tele-Communications, Aeronau-
tical, left Trinidad by B.W.I.
yesterday on a short visit to Brit-
ish Guiana. Mr. Farmer is on a
survey of tele-communication fa-
cilities in the Caribbean Area.

«an «»
Recently Appointed
ISS HELEN PILGRIM was
an intransit passenger on the

“Lady Rodney”, which left Bar-
bados on Thursday night. For-
merly an Assistant teacher at the
Girls’ High School, St. Vincent,;

Senior Assistant Teacher of the
Girls’ High School in St, Kitts.

Miss Pilgrim is the daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. A. C.
Pilgrim of Mount Tabor, St. Jotu:.
Carib wishes her the besv of luck
in her new venture

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.

On Sick List
crn is sorry to learn that
Miss Alphine Farrell, Nurse
at the Mental Hospital, who was
knocked down by a lorry whilst
cycling home on Saturday is at
home under the care of Dr. H. G

Massiah. Carib wishes her "
speedy recovery.
<> <>
On Holiday

R. F. H. ATKIN, Secretary
of the Hotel de Paris, Trin-
idad is now in Barbados for two}

weeks’ holiday. He arrived on}
Wednesday by B.W.1.A. and _ is|
staying at vhe Hotel Royal.

* * *

R. NATHAN BILSKY, a re-

tired businessman of Ottawa, !
Canada, was an arrival on Sunday |
by T.C.A. for about three weeks’
holiday and is staying av the Sea
View Guest House,



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Back Again

R. NAIM SABGA and@ Mr.!

John O. Thomas, merchants
of Port-of-Spain Trinidad, and
regular visitors to the island,
were arrivals on Thursday mor- |
ning by B.W.1.A. for about a}
week’s holiday and are staying at|
Hovel Royal.

«<> «>
Comings and Goings
R. JACK KNIGHT of Cable
and Wireless and Mrs. Knight
returned by B.W.I.A. on Thursday
after spending the Christmas
holidays with their relatives.
* * .

Mr. Louis Spence, Controller of
Supplies, Mr. A; T. Shill, Acting
Comptroller of Customs, Trini-
dad, and Mr, R. K. Masson, Col-
lector of Customs, British Hon-
duras, left by B.W.1.A. yesterday
for Trinidad. They had attended
the final session of the Customs
Union Commission and were stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel.

A 7 *

Mr. Joseph Du Boulay, planter
of St. Lucia, was an arrival by
B.W.LA. from St. Lucia on Thurs-
day and left the following day
for Trinidad. He is the brovher of
Honourable Andre Du Boulay of
Castries.

By Beachcomber

mosquito leaves me cold. 2D hap-
pen to know that the word comes,

not from the Latin musca, a fly, {

but from the Arab mosque. When
the Moors came into Spain they
added the Spanish quito (free
from an obligation), because the
insects used to swarm outside the





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Make The Baby Walk

Well-known British baby ex-,af Public Health Officers, Dr. Gib-

pert Dr. John Gibbens astonished
British mothers by urging them
to “throw perambulators away
He said that
carriages are “prisons for babies.”
an audience

and let baby walk.”
Lecturing before

Crossword

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bal



Across
1. Sounds a useful fellow in @ hay-
field. (3)
4 and 7 Down.
comet in your

May usually be

(5,

favourite pub.
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8. Following the eye you’d notice it



ahead. (4)

19 and 3 Down. It's poisonous. (10)
ll. Historically famous temporary
nest plac birdmen. (6)

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(6)








that is returning to hide.

Seldom through inattention they

bens stated: F

“Some babies are “prammed
all day long with no chance of
exercise. As a result they stick
on rolls of fat or have a break-
down of their digestive system.”

Declaring, that “one had only
to go to some public park to see
big fat babies, who could quite

j easily walk, being pushed along
by their nurses,” Dr. Gibbens
continued:

Too Much Abuse
“There is too much abuse on
the pram. When a child reaches
six months, he should be put on
about or

the ground to crawl
dangled on the knee. He should
have exercise.”

Insisted Dr. Gibbens: “When

children can walk their prams
should be thrown away.”

The doctor said that he was
most distressed by baby troubles
due to prams:—





one. Pra
than good.”

Doctor Gibbens told his audi- |
ence that a very young ae |
rould be put in his cot in front

of an open window and that was |



all that was required. The only |
point in a baby carriage was as
a social convenience to enable |
mothers to take baby shopping |
with them.

Warned Dr. Gibbens: “I see;

has never been in |
s do far more harm |

. Hidden

jms

Maxi

A double acrostic here is shown,
Of fifteen words of equal length

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pees Climbing reall 2S foe moe athe. he
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a . “Come ond you're not enough. he finds a lotig lead}... :
2. A compass, without needle, teat See cae, eee wou 2" uille Beppes, bela ratte.
tho’, 'tis ‘true. ’ he says coaxingly. ‘lr must have wrapped firmiy ar catch beg
3. Unlike a top, it’s spun before been you that | ueard when |! the window By s retching ten
it’s wound. a listened at the side of the caravan inside he manages to set the ‘ph:
4, A disobliging waiter this, I’ve before.” Beppo climbs on to his ‘tree, monet
found. Pe
5. “Individual” this word im- |. -..4999003660S000000s00s O00 00000 700 Oia
plies. — \
6. Often used to shield the ¥
mot'rists’ eyes. : \3 OBE
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when in use. | & eco >
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9. Enjoyed alike by tramp, the g FORD & IDA LUPINO _
rich and gay. % GLENN I a
10. Found in the kitchen tubs on \3 — IN — my
washing day. y ;

. This is a certain kind of
gathering.

. And this a range that many
know who sing.

. One oyster here and there
this may disclose.

14. A fruit-destroyer, so the story
goes.
15. What this acrostic is to one |

who knows.

“Primals” and ‘finals” refer, of
course, to the first and last letters
of the 15 words. If the correct
words are found, the first and last
letters, reading vertically down-
ward, will spell the two maxims
to which reference is made above.

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Inversions

: .

FIND the word suggested by

}each definition and spell it back-

| wards to form the second word;

1. A color of gloom when in-
verted becomes a poet.

. Reverse a word meaning to

eat and get a girl’s name.

The name of a toy spelled

backwards in the name of a

kitchen utensil.

4. Reverse a small pointed: in-
strument used for fastening
and it becomes a pinch.

5. Spell backwards the name of
a part of a church an? you

3.

PA ee ae tes ges SP case after case of knock-knees be- | Shaves, seas tte
g in stiff old shoes, ee y as a= tieoe t e . ‘
22, ally an outsize this is a bird. cause children live their lives ini 6. Something used in fishing

. 24. New tune, (5, 3) rams.” » & hing
25. Skeleton material. (4) pram : hers rh atre | when reversed becomes a
96. For this is wretched, (4) To those mothers who give Main
. e , Soin their young children candy and| _ num er. die siiihie. “ gelit
; ‘ this cat crackers Dr. Gibbens gave an-| 7- Reverse what rob
2. A fool's this ts a useless under |, i | and get a necessity to an

taking. (6) 8. See 10 Across | other warning: : | 4
S: Grect & Sukh Gc ane eT” “Dont: give \cendy ‘te children |.) AXwean- bit
6. A priestly garment. (3) @ up to two years of age. They| 8. Take a short sleep, inver Be:
7. See 4 Across. don’t need candy and crackers and you have a cooking ves
8 They sey oo Possession when between meals sel
fibs fatl. (8) Pine se 7 m a,

». The answer asks a question. (3) “You see children sitting in| 9. Invert a part of the tongue
2 nese. oe ages = “ay baby carriages eating crackers | and it turns into a deep hole.
i6. Tusf appeal “a penny, (4) j and candy, It is a lazy mother’s|10. The name of a citrus fruit
18. Sul to up a riot. (4) | trick. She does not want a cry- | when reversed becomes a
zo Hes «ing of beasts | ing child, so she sticks something | man’s name.

) ‘in its mouth.” }
2 ves he’s ck le s ‘x *gquitr ‘ "g ‘ued
og ne’s_ changed. |" Concludes Dr. Gibbens: “I am bait ere, Ot enen
42 This trey ts a saddle horse. (3) | anti-candy, at least. for children |.$xNv%, “Gri ‘ua ‘b ‘jod ‘dog, ‘¢ ‘Prva
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mosques to bite the faithful, Z. MISS THTLOOSS

and any of the unfaithful they 4 Monty WOOLLEY,

could get hold of—among whom \) 4" ; Robert STACK
was a_ certain water-carrier’s| ===,
daughter who hung about the

fountain outside the mosque of ere)

Koo-Lukat-Fatti with a face tha
size of a football.

Listening For Ferrets
HEN I read that five trains}
had been held up fy a man

who was listening for ferrets, I
knew that all was well. I see
him with his nose to the sleepers,
standing astride a rail, hand cup-
ping ear, eyes clouded with doubt!
and anxiety.
What is this life, so full of care, |
And wherein lies its merit, |

|

If a man can't stand on a railway traek
And listen for a ferret ?

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THE VICTORY of the

question of the

PARIS, (By eat
; - periodicals hei
a Paes forecasts down
050 wf impatient Paris weekly
, readers a glimpse o! what

in the year 2000.
ed in the form oi inter-
with prominent people, the
tury--minded La Presse
; eq an H. G. Wellsian pic~
of the 21st century. |
doctor foresaw test-tube
os with predetermined phy si-|
and mental characteristics; a}
gist spoke of uranium central |
ing and atomic powered -_ * |
jneer edicted the

san engineer p

LONDON, Jan. 11.

Wafdist Party in the recent}
Egyptian elections may have an important effect!
o still closed oil refineries at Haifa.

« ‘So far ettempts by the Foreign

Office to persuade Iraq to re-open
i pipelines to Haifa have been
unsuccessful. Analternative
method of supplying the refineries
with crude oil—by tanker from
Abadan (on the Persian Gulf)
through the Suez to Haifa—was
suggested by the British Govern-
ment. But Egypt refused. Its
Saadist Government that has just
been defeated at the polls still
imposes a ban on the exports of
materials and combustibles—that
would include oil—to Israel, on the
grounds that Egypt is still techni-
cally at war with that country.
(So far an armistice only has been
signed). In this anti-Israeli atti-

tude the Iraqi Government has
followed the Egyptian.
Reasonable

The new Wafdist Government,
however, may decide to adopt a
more reasonable front towards
Israel. Being a strong Govern-|
ment, with an absolute majority—j



mings of space travel, the
Ba age of the helicopter and
obsolescence auto-

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vf the

and an athlete envisaged |

ss of bald supermen.
ether you're for"television o1
n't got a set, La Presse pre-

its readers (who expect to
found in the year 2000) for
interesting video refinements.

only colour television be
Phat by then, they predicte 4,
no home would be complete
mit video telephones giving
mage in relief.

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Speculation |
latter provided materi il
some. interesting speculation j
part.of La Presse. For)
nple, .they pointed out, aj}
swain of the 21st century
wants to have a tete-a-tete
the light of his life has only}
} her number. He will then
ble not only to see her and
to her but also,to touch her.
er prediction? for tne year}

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were: ‘ |
lengthening of the human
man and even the possibility
medical fountain of youth
tots wil] become mere tec I=}



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health because sickne ill
tically disappea) Penicillin |
Sulfa drugs are just the}
tive beginnings from whi hy

develop one single
h will prevent and cure
necessary) all diseases
tz gold will be made just |
ficial rubber is manufactured |
But the scientific advances|
next half century will tend}
he development of practical |
tations of our pré know- |
rather than the

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roundup concluded with a:
logical forecast for world

for the next 50 years.}
were many ups and downs]
Ming to the star with

over totalitarianism and ;
fof peace by the time 2000
around.

Seeks Release
Of 2 Athletes

PRETORIA, Jan. 20.
South African Health De-
ment today urged representa-
to the Government of Pakis-
OF the release of two South
in athletes, held in quaran- |
in Karachi.
Department asked the rea-
f the detention of the two
Cadet Officer Ian De Johngh,
fears old high jumper, and
in Jooste, 35 years old wrest-
and urged their release.

where detained

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Plane landed at Karachi.
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Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.

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first place, take a more decided
ine in foreign policy. It can,
besid claim to have taken no
part in the farcical expedition that

Egypt sent to Palestine in the
Arab-Israeli war. It has also, it

is believed, certain Anglo-Egyptian
tendencies. These are some of the
factors that may decide the
Wafdists to assume a less hostile

| policy towards Israel

Such a policy might
the lifting of the ban on the}
passage of oil tankers through the
Suez If the Egyptians allowed
this, the Iraqi Government would
probably follow suit and re-open
the pipelines to Haifa.

Approximately 4,000,000 tons of
crude oil a year were delivered
to Haifa from Iraq before the
Israeli-Arab war. But this figure
could be increased to about 7,500-

000 tons if the new 16 inch line
|from Kirkuk were extended to
Haife This, the experts say,
could be done within a few months.
The new Kirkuk pipeline had been
| practically completed up to the
; Israeli border when the outbreak

of

the Palestine war forced con-

j struction to stop.
What precisely the re-opening
i! the Haifa refineries—with the

increased deliveries—would mean
to the sterling area economy is a
ifficult to estimate. But it
thought in oil cireles that, even
on a conservative reckoning, Haifa
could turn out about 1,000,000
tons of petroleum a year. This
s nearly twice the amount needed
o maintain the present petrol
in Britain

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Bermuda Gets 48%

More Tourists
HAMILTON, (By Mail)

Bermuda’s tourist industry in-|
creased 48 per cent. in 1949 due
to the return of the Queen of

Bermuda in February, according
to Immigration Board figures

Ship passengers cut heavily into
airline business. There was only
a 4% drop in airline arrivals but
the total number of flights to
Bermuda had been doubled and
there was one new carrier, Trans-
canada Airlines, during the year.

Passengers totals for 1949 wer2:
ships 25,355, planes 38,164, total

The “Queen” brought 23,024.

1948 totals were: ships 4,93,
planes 34,527, totalling 39,525.

All figures are for total arrivals,
including tourists, who account

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British Birds

Tear Paper |

(By FRED SMITH)
LONDON, (By Mail)

_ An inquiry into the paper tear-
ing habits of British birds has re-
vealed that many birds are given
to paper tearing but the blue-tit
is the worst offender.

British bird expert Lt. Col. W.
M. Logan Home is carrying out
an investigation into paper tear-
ing habits of birds at the request
of the British Trust for Ornithol-

ogy.

His findings reveal that star-
lings, charffinches, sparrows,
thrushes, blackbirds, jackdaws,

parrots and the tit family all con-
sider the finest way in which to
pass their spare time is by de-
liberately tearing up paper,

Col. Home's evidence against
the blue-tits comes from all over
Britain, and includes many in-
stances of wall paper, new or
peeling, plain or coloured being
attacked.

In one instance, two blue-tits
flew into a parked car and chewed
up the license card.

Fore Form.

Reports tell how blue-tits en-
tered a room and tore up Govern-
ment forms. Other blue-tits
pecked away with glee at leather
photograph frames and linen hung
out to dry. They also are re-
ported to have wrecked havoc
on newspapers left on porches.

Col. Home said that after re-
questing information from Britons
on bird tearing habits, about 80
per cent of the letters he had
read “show that the writers are
in the habit of feeding the bird,
and the paper-tearing seems to
have nothing to do with hunger.”

“The birds may do it just for
their own amusement. Letters
show that tame birds let out of

their cages will tear up paper
immediately after a meal,”
declared Col. Home,

The British Trust for Ornithol-
ogy recently completed an investi-
gation into thefts from milk-
bottles by birds.

the worst culprit.

Mr. J.
investigators, said that he had
plenty of evidence that blue-tits

as 2n inch of milk. —IN.S

LOVE STORY

GEORGIA, Jan, 20.

A wife named Mattie



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| Transportation Company Garage
M. Fisher, one of the! '"yesday night.

| shina day,
peck off the cap of a milk bottle| only few thin leads,
and help themselves to as much|

| person in Miami on Thursday as
| a possible suspect.

| John F. Daly, said after talking
| with Miami Police that the man
| apparently

I Love
has filed suit for a divorce. She
claims that her husband’s natural



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STUNTED PESS/IM/STIS :

“YEN S BUT SHE'S WEARING HIGH HEELS

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Acheson
Disagrees
@ From Page 1
any move to revoke the Assems

bly.
The decision of 1946 requiring

United Nations members to with
Graw heads of Missions from
Spain. He maintained that to a

so would imply approval of the
Franco Regime, which from the
British point of view, was impos
sible because the regime was
considered unrepresentative.

In diplomatic quarters it
London, it is understood tha
Britain was aware of Mr.

Acheson's decision to state pub-
licly that he considered tha‘
United Nations policy toward
Spain had been a mistake.
Washington, it is thought in
London, was already aware shat n
change of front was probable by
Britain, The fact is, it is felt in
political quarters that it is morally
impossible for Britain’s Labour
Government to make a gesture of
approval towards General Fran-
cisco Franco. This is, of course
doubly the case when_a General
Election is pending, —Reuter.

FBI. Hunt For
Nine Bandits In
$lm. Robbery

BOSTON, Jan. 20.

Topflight investigators, com-
manded by the head of the Federal
Bureau Investigation on Friday
s\reamlined their hunt for Boston's
million dollar desperadoes.

Under orders from F.B.1., Diree-
tor J. Edgar Hoover, who took
control on Thursday. Experts jn-
volved in investigation co-ordinat-
ed activities, They cqnsidered the
possibility of setting up a central
office to sift clues.

Detectives from Hoover's office
crisscrossed United States to F.B.I.
branches in key. cities in the hunt
for nine bandits who seized



cheques at Brink’s Armored

manhunt entered its
investigators clung to

As the

Of New
was seized

an ex-convict
$1,762 on his

Jersey
with

Boston Deputy Superintendent,

had no connection
with the local holdup.—(CP)

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Dancing

UBERLINGEN, GERMANY.
(By Mail)
No boogie-woogie, swing or

samba will be danced during the
coming carnival in Southern
Germany, if straight laced Ger-
man officialdom has its way. But}
the public, particulariy the!
younger generation, violently op-
poses the intentions of their
would-be censors.

In Sackingen, upper Rhine,
close to the Swiss border, the
Burgomasters of the district as-
sembled to discuss ways and
means to banish “imported”
dances in favour of the tradition-
al German ones. Realizing that
out-and-out banning would cause
repercussions among younger
carnival goers. the solid Burgo-
masters instead resolved to make
only “recommendations to the
dancing bands.”



At Ostrach, a small town in the
Hohenzollern district, the Burgo-
master had announced strong op-
position to the samba in order tc
discourage jazz bands and owner:
of dance halls, However, the fol-
lowing Sunday, when he turnec
in his radio he was amazed tc
hear the disk-jockey announce :
samba “by special request of the
Burgomaster of Ostrach.” An ob-

vious gag originated by some
samba fiend in his town.
—LN.S.



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India Recognises

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“No” Government

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In Indo-China
NEW DELHI, Jan. 20

Communist China’s reported
decision to recognise Dr. Ho Chi
Minh’s Republic of Vietman will
not influence India’s policy to-
wards Indo-China in any way
according to informed circles
here.

India considers that neither the
Bao Dai Government nor Doctor
Ho’s Government has the attri-
butes of Sovereignty, and there-
fore she is not in a position to
recognise either as the Govern-
ment in Indo-China.

Prime Minister Pandi’ Nehru
said recently that India’s policy
was not to give official recognition
to any Government in Indo-
China, “because parts of Indo-
China are under one authority,
and other parts are under another
authority.”—Reuter.

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12 Return
From Aruba



; ‘Twelve Barbadians who were
{el oyed at the Lago Oil Refin-
| ery Aruba, returned to the island

yesterday by M. V. “Daerwood”
They were Oscar Richards, Eg-
bert A. Haybes, Owen Jones, Cle-

;ophas OD. Fenty, Frederick A.
*| Best, Vernon D. Stoute, Allan

| Wilson. Theodore Marshall, Em-
erson Reece, Douglas McL. Luke,
Leon A. Gibson and Seibert G. S.
| Webster. P

| The “Daerwood” is scheduled
to leave the colony on Sunday
| for Aruba via St. Lucia, Grenada
jand St. Vincent. The Schooner
Owners’ Association are agents.

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A Clock Tower
_ Gets “A Wash’’

The clock tower at the Savan-
nah Club is getting a “washing”.
This is one of. the best known
landmarks in the island. For years
now the racing community of
Barbados always take or lose
hope as the fancies which they
have backed in a race reach “The
Clock” and turn the bend for
| home,

| Decree Granted

in the Court for Divorce and
| Matrimonial Causes yesterday
His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir







Malaya Expects



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2G +e Alfan = Collymore, —_ pp onofanees
Record Rice Crop (> Collymore, pronounced
ry TTR a YR. D. Gill, (Petitioner) and
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan. 2) |! i
sietoce s rice Naa season | J. M. Gill (Respondent). Decree
forecast at over 400,000 tons | nisi was pronounced on Octobex
C a wr 370.180. t -|7 last year
compared with 370,180 last year! ! YO. z
ae likely ‘i be a record, Dr,|. Mr. W. R. Douglas instructed
A. E. McIntosh, Acting Director | °Y Mr. W. I, Griffith of the =
of Malaya’s Agriculture Federa-|0f Messrs. Haynes and Griffith
tion said to-day | represented the petitioner,
Reuter ,

, MOBILE CINEMA

private show at the Leper

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People Dissatisfied With Hospital on Monday, January 23,
Communist Rule

TAIPEH, Jan. 20
Chiang Kai Shek who plans

is included in the programme of

the Mobile Cinema for the week

beginning January 23 to Friday
| January 27.

mobilise women in China to} On Tuesday January 24 the
help the wounded, said that the | Cinema will be at Cottage and
people on the mainland were | Groves area, St. George, Wednes-

dissatisfied with Communist Rule, |

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day, January 25, Mile-and-Quar-







and felt they had been fooled ter area, St. Peter, Thursday,

They did not like the Russian jsenees 26, Cheapside and Fon-
orm of Government and Total-! tabeile area, and on Friday Janu-
tarian methods,

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—Reuter.

ary 27, at -St. Philip.

Peregrine

Phillips

invented the Contact Process for
making sulphuric acid. Though
this process was patented asearly
as 1831, it was not developed
|{ commercially until seventy years
: later, when it revolutionised sul-
phuric acid manufacture. Today,
= half the world’s ouiput is made



in this way. Although his
discovery ranks amongst the inost important advances ever made in chemical manufacture,
surprisingly litle isknown about Phillips himself, Even the dates and places of his birth and

death are wit ‘tain, The only indispu

A Peregrine Phillips clieved to be +

t about his life is the date of his patent,
inventor's father, opened a tailor’s shop in Bristol

in 1803, but forsook tailoring in 1824 to go into parte rship with Joha Thorne, a vinegar

manufacturer of the same ity. Peregrine Phillips junior the inventor ——was also amember



of the firm, but he appears to have renox

ced his share about the same time as he took out his

patent. The wording of this document s'ows that he vnist have had both a good teclinical
education and a capacity jor hard u if NOGHAG 1s known as to

where he acquired his knowledge or ther he ever tried to ¢ eploit f ‘ty,

hispatent commercially. The year aft ten it out,

business was sold, and Peregrine Phillips, thoug!

was never heard of again.

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Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows
5 Saturday, January 21, 1950

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Caribbean Customs
Union

THE Commission of the British Carib-
bean Customs Union at its final session in
this island during the last fortnight reached
agreement on its report which will be sub-
mitted to the various West Indian Govern-
ments and to the Colonial Office. The report
itself was the result of a colossal amount
of work by the two commissioners ap-
pointed by the Colonial Office which formed
the basis of that done by the entire body.

In December 1948, when the Commission
was appointed as a result of the Montego
Bay resolution on Customs Union, the
many items on which customs duties had
to be paid were categorised differently in
each island; now they have been given a
single classification for the entire area.
This in turn can be referred to the tariff
structures now in worldwide use.

The recommendations of the Commis-
sion stress the advantage of having a par-
tial free trade area in the British Carib-
bean. Imported articles once within the
area, will be subjected to the same duty
in each territory because the entire British
Caribbean will be treated as though it was
one land area. It is realised of course that
until the whole area is: included in at
least a partial unification, there will be
little likelihood of gaining the advantages |
to be derived from any kind of closer |
association.

It was not an easy task to classify some
649 articles which hitherto have been
subjected to seven different types of classi-
fication in the various territories; but
such is the achievement of the Com-
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The contents of the recommendations
have not been published but the Com-
missioners will undoubtedly have prepared
a practical proposal for adoption by West
43 Indian Governments. This proposal will

iv have to include the formation of a Central
Advisory Committee which would consid-
er and make recommendations on any
changes which the local legislatures desire
to make. On that Committee there might
then be an Inspector General of Customs
and Excise. This officer would have to be
young and energetic and to be able to
undertake frequent travel throughout the
area. The various urgent changes could
then be made and ratified at a later stage.

The main disadvantage of free trade in
! the area is the fact that each colony would
lose, at its introduction, a certain amount
of revenue; but this not being excessive
could be made up from other sources of
; taxation. The advantages of free trade
| are however too obvious to allow this
ges a small and temporary loss to prevent its
operation. The protection of home made
articles exported throughout the area
yf would have to be protected and so it will
: be necessary to ensure that such excisable
goods imported from one colony to another
will be liable to duty imposed only at the
particular rate in the colony in which it is
consumed.

The Comnfssion was optimistic that its
recommendations would be accepted by
the various governments concerned and
although it does not mean that Customs
Union will be an immediate practical
proposition, its foundations will have been
laid, In any consideration of political
unification of the West Indies it is an
essential.

Decision Today

THE Working Party of the International
Wheat Council may agree to the terms for
admitting Germany and Japan to the
International Wheat Agreement when it
meets in London to-day, it was reported
by Reuter.

It is understood that the representatives
of some of the exporting countries have
still to rceive instructions from their Gov-
ernments on the proposed terms,







OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—It is time that some fur-
ther exposure be made of the
treatment meted out to the people
of this island by the British Gov-
ernment; and the possible dis-
ruption of our economy if it con-
tinues.

The most recent incident is the
edict with regard to pickled pork.
The Canadian and U.S.A. markets
are closed to us and the only other
place for us to order this item is
in the Argentine. Here the price
is much higher than that in Cana-
da or the United States and it
means that we are compelled to



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nag i z I , Se veenestiee drivems . SIR, ere in Barbados where j, pec sg something like going Ye@rs has joined hands w |
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this article and so it will be readily . particularly thr: case at peak hours, Within the past ten years im re- +-o,a of lept <<. Within the Empire, away |
: see: at th 5 . $IR,—Please allow me to call say between 11 and 12 noon and dread of leprosy scem }ass- empire. It is a hap-
‘ on Se ae Cue —, oetion ane : _ 4 po we gs , aa 5 30 ducing the number of patients in ing away.” At y na that this broadcast x ry i
i is calied upon to pay at the high- ition to what is a very un- & ccs 0 arou 30. the Leper Hospital, a recent letter "8 *“™ : be made at tl na ais /
pa bt er rate. This n “i =p o —" . Satisfactory state of affairs, For the Police De nent ; pg * wana — “Our discharges this yeat we i Se ee ee Wines |
5 er rate. This may be another ai 3 * in the Times” by Sir Shenton : it is within the power of ea EARLY FROM
i tempt to satisfy foreign producers the past few days the Telephone sh alive to the interest of Thomas, chairman of the British 4 significant number of suipl one of us to giv Ay So en
ah Pa oe at the expense of West Indians Company has been digging a ers and place a traffic Empire Relief Association direct- patients; over 30 in f : who hitherto hiee week pas yea
— British Government ‘vee as from ithe corner of West- man at either end of the area, thus ing attention to the efficiency of represent the first t ickle hopeicss |
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of West Indian, now West Indians
must buy Argentine pickled pork
instead of Canadian. And both are
at the higher prices.

Electricity Cuts

SIR,—Further to my letter of
yesterday, we have been endeav-
ouring to draw up a Schedule
which can be adhered to as close-
ly as possible, but it has been im-
possible to complete this until cer-
tain routine tests have been tried
out. We hope to be able to publish
something definite in the course
of a day or two, meanwhile we

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

awoare, Who Are The Liberals ?

By LT. COL. Frank Byers



LONDON, (By Mail). |;

Despite the fact that there |
were only eleven Liberal mem- Lt.-Col. Frank Byers, thir-
bers in the last Parliament they ty-two year old Chief Whip
represented two and a half mil- of the Liberal Party in the
lion votes, So Liberalism in | Jate Parliament, recognized
Great Britain is still a potent as the coming leader of the
political force.

The Liberal Society, which is
the goal of all Literals, is based
on certain fundamental princi-
ples which, applied to changing
circumstances, give dgffepen,
policies at different times.

The basic motive force in Lib-
eralism is the belief in the in-
dividual. That men and women‘
matter. Respect for the person
is, therefore, paramount. Individ-
uals must not be done down.

Secondly, Liberals believe that
men and women must be assured
of true justice which can only
come by the proper distribution
of power. Hence their fight
against monopolies, the executive



and the tyranny of the “closed 2)
pairdly, that political action India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon

and will continue along these
lines, for they believe that the
future of the British empire lies
in more Dominions and less
Colonies and for that reason wel-
come the desire of the Colonial
territories to achieve independ-
ent status within the Common-
weal

Not Blind
In international trade, Liber-
als welcome’ the movement to
“liberalise” trade throughout

should aim at benefiting the
whole community and not merely
one section or class at the ex-
pense of the remainder. By com-
munity, the Liberal does not mean
the parish or the nation, but the
communitv of mankind consist-
ing as it does of every class,
creed and colour.

Fourthly, that men and women
must be assured the maximum
of freedom. This means, in effect,
that each should enjoy that
amount of liberty which is possi- the world. They have always
ble without infringing the liber- held that barriers to world trade,
ty of others. There is no place in restrictive quotas and practices
Liberal Society for direction of merely lower the standard of
labour or the entrenchment of living of every nation.
privilege. They are fundamentally “free

What policies, then, flow from traders” but they are not blind
such beliefs? : to the difficulties of transferring

In international affairs the Lib- the world_from tariff protection
eral Party believing firmly as it to free trade. Nevertheless, their
does in peace, has always been in object is crystal clear and tha
the forefront of every movement is to remove all barriers which
to establish collective security prevent the free flow of men,
and to preserve peace on the goods and ideas over national
basis of justice. Not only did it frontiers.
support the League of Nations In the field of home affairs,
to the full but from the outset one might say that the motto of
it supported the United Nations. the Liberal Party is “Without

Prejudice,” coupled with the
Veto Wrong burning desire to see the elim-

The Liberal Party pointed out jnation of suffering and an in-
in a deputation to the then For- crease in the social and indus-
eign Minister in 1945 that the trial progress of the nation.
provision of the veto was not ‘he Welfare State has almost
only wrong in principle but become a term of abuse but not
would jeopardise the working for Liberals, for they can claim
of the United Nations machine the credit for pioneering most,
itself. This belief which has now .jf not all, of the social services

been proved correct was based which we enjoy to-day. Old-age

upon the fundamental principle pension which was opposed by
that it was wrong to have one the Conservatives, the full scheme
law for the bigger nations and of Industrial and National In-
another for the smaller, surance produced by Lord Bewer-

Liberalism can truly claim to jdge, Family Allowance and the
than Health Service, were all of them

be more international
national. This does not mean }jberal ideas supported actively
that there is any lack of patriot- py the Liberal Party.

ism in the Liberal Party, but Liberals are determined

can only be solved by the full principle benefits

that
altogether. to the cost of living,

It is for this reason that they other way can hardship
supported any move for
fuller consultation and co-opera- not whether to cut the
tion of all nations. It is for this services (no Liberal
reason that Truman’s Fourth party to such an action)
Point in which he says “we whether sufficient
must embark
program for making the benefits the nation
of our scientific advances and to such
industrial progress available for services
the improvement and growth of impaired.
under-developed areas” was
claimed as liberalism, for the
object of international affairs is
not mergly to further peace but
to raise the standard of living
of mankind.

No Accident

en extent that

Similarly, it is no accident
that Liberals, although debarred
from Strasbourg by the petty-
mindedness of a Labour Cabinet
Minister, were in fact among the
prime movers of the United
Europe and Western Union
movements. In the same way,
four years before the Atlantic

Pact became a reality, the Liber-
al Party in its annual assembly
passed a resolution in almost
identical terms.

But above all, in international vy
affairs, Liberals can be most SONAL’
proud, perhaps, of the attitude E Quite CONTENT J

which they have always adopted
to the British Empire and Com-
monwealth.

ANY GAME AT ALL

It was Liberal Governments
which gave dominion status to , ’
the Union of South Africa in W hat S§ Oo Today

1907 and the result is that South
Africa is still in the Common-
wealth to-day.

It was Liberals who sought to
give home rule to Ireland but
were frustrated by the Conserv-
atives, with the result that Eire

Meeting, Housing Board
at 10 a.m.

Spoon Shoot, Government
Rifle Range at 1.00 p.m,

Cricket Trial Game, Ken-

is outside the Commonwealth

to-day.

Liberals have supported the Bay at 2.30 p.m,
right to self-determination of



| Commonwealth?
| most, there must be an end to

to
that Liberals believe that the preserve the Social Services and
problems concerning the world have always made it a ——
under
and loyal co-operation of nations sych schemes should be related
for in no
be
the avoided. The problem to-day is
social
would be
but
incentive can
on a bold new be given to industry to increase
al income and wealth
these
ean be maintained un-









What then is to be the future
of British industry in a Liberal
First ahd fore-

the two fuld slanging match in
which one side says that private
enterprise is magnificent and
must be maintained as it is and
the other side advocates the
abolition of the capitalist system
and its replacement by full-
blooded State ownership. Both
these must be wrong.

The duty of a Government is
not to run industry, but to create
the conditions in which in-
dividuals, firms and industries
can make their maximum con-
tribution to the welfare of the
community.. There is a place
for public enterprise. ,

The Port of London Authority
created by Lloyd George is still
one of the finest examples of
efficient public enterprise at work.
There is a case for the national-
isation electricity, gas and
coal, but such nationalisation is
not the end of all trouble in the
industry but the means by which
many of the troubles can be
eliminated if imagination and
initiative are allowed their scope

No one would suggest that the
Iron & Steel Industry is without
monopoly practices or in a high
state of efficiency, but neither of
these is a reason for placing it
under State ownership. State own-
ership is merely one of the hun-
dreds of different ways of or-
ganizing an industry. The pre-
judices in favour of nationalization
of any industry in which there is
a weakness is, indeed, the weak-
ness of the present Labour Gov-
ernment.

Wealth Built Up

The truth of the matter is that
the wealth of this country has
been built up on private enter-
prise but in doing so monopoly
and restrictive practices have
crept in. It is the duty of the
Government to take action to
remedy this and restore the com-
petition which is vital to give new
life to British private enterprse.
There is absolutely no reason why
public and private enterprise can-
not work harmoniously together.
This can never be achieved while
the threat of nationalization can
be held over numerous important
industries.

The immediate and fundamental
problem today, however, is how
to live within our means, for at
the moment we as a nation are
earning less than we consume. Jp-
creased output at lower cost must
be achieved. To this end, all sec-
tions of the community must be
provided with incentives. For in-
dustry this means lower taxation
and freedom from irritating con-
trols .which prevent competition,
for the workers this means the
guarantee of a just reward for in-
creased output. Payment by re-
sults, profit sharing and co-part-
nership are, therefore, of vital
application to-day. Mass wage
demands by which both the slack-
er and the worker benefit merely
cause inflation, but increased
wages for harder work and high-
er efficiency are to be welcomed.

Reduction in Taxation

A reduction in taxation, how-
ever, can only be achieved by a
reduction in Government expendi-
ture. Some saving can obviotsly
be made by eliminating adminis-
trative waste but the obvious big
reduction which can be made is
by abolishing the $1,400,000,000 of
food subsidies.

However, Liberals recognize
that if this is done without com-
pensation for the l@wer income
groups suffering and distress are
inevitable. The problem is how to
avoid paying food subsidies to
those who do not need them and
how to ensure that those who do
are adequately looked after.

It is for this reason that Liberals
have advocated the complete re-
vision of the taxation system to
introduce a flat rate income tax
coupled with positive social se-
curity payments to compensate
the lower income groups and
those with family responsibilities
in all walks of life for the higher
cost of living.

If this were adopted not only
could food subsidies be abolished,
hardship eliminated, but a new
incentive would be given to the
worker by a flat rate tax to work
overtime without fear of being
robbed by P.A.Y.E. of an increas-
ing proportion of his additional
earnings.

Liberals are determined to look
at the facts without prejudice and
to solve the problems confronting
them on the basis of comnion
sense, social justice and regard for
the indvidual. The Liberal Party
is essentially a Party of progress.

The Conservative Party has
proved its inability to advance in
the field of social progress. The
Labour Party advancing in social
progress is proceeding along the
wrong industrial road. The Lib-
eral Party road is indeed the right
one for Britain.—I.N.S.



























































This highway already a narrow
winding one, and heavily traversed
by motor as well as pedestrian
traffic, has now become more con-
gested, because of the space oc-
cupied by the actual tunnel, as
well as the earth piled alongside
same. Due to the angles in the
road, it is hardly possible at some
points to see clearly ahead for a
distance of twenty yards, with the
result that oncoming traffic from
both ends, meet at some point and
a block occurs. At this stage, in-
stead of one or other of the drivers
reversing their vehicles and allow-

About ten days

CONSUMER. area, there was

simply because

gence to park

driver calmly








particularly during the peak hours.

funeral in this same district, and
when tlie 4 p.m. bus reached the

the funeral, had not the intelli-

proper manner, thus with the flow
of traffic approaching from either
end, a situation arose that was
hopeless, and of course, the bus

motor and . awaited
After a perio& of some five minutes,
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of Leprosy will be of interest.
“On May 6, 1949, you published

the new sulphone drugs in the
treatment of Leprosy in Malaya,
and in raising the morale of the
same effect
was such a social disaster that the
very name for it was not spoken
among our people. This week the

a breaking-up concert, the major

children showed what happened

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and Nahas Pasha that a new crisis_may
develop. This might even lead to the birth
of a republican movement and replacement
of the Mohammed Ali dynasty by a con-
servative, semi-feudalistic republic.”

This official went on to explain that recent
reports linking Farouk’s name with that oi
Nariman Sadek, a 16-year-old beauty already
engaged to an Egyptian economic expert at-
tached to the United Nations Organization,
has raised a storm of protest against the
young monarch’s private life. Beatrice and Coleman OIL STOVES—Single By

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International News Service learned in OIL LAMPS and LANTERNS
Paris that the Egyptian Ambassador to Lon-
don recently visited the British Foreign
Office to protest against publication of these
letters by the Times.

The official who received the ambassador
replied that, while the letters did express the
views of the British Government the British
press was free to comment on every subject. %

Meanwhile, sharp observers of Egyptian
affairs believe that the recent campaigns
against Farouk have a political aspect in
which Nahas Pasha’s Wafd Party and some
British quarters are interested. _

In the International field the primary ob-
jective of the Wafd is to conclude a treaty
with Britain that would settle the remaining
outstanding questions between the two
countries—protection of the Suez Canal zone
and the status of the Sudan.

Farouk is known to have a distaste for
allowing his Premier complete freedom of
action, On this occasion he may act as he did
on three previous occasions when he left the
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The Central Committee of the Bulgarian
Communist Party met on Monday and Tues-
day and voted unanimously to remove Ter-
peshev and six others from the Politbureau
for “lack of vigilance and failing to cope with
work.”

This followed a report by its Secretary
Voiko Charvenkov on “the basic lessons to be
learned from uncovering the traces. The
fight for its utter defeat in party work and
future tasks.” The proceedings of the com-
mittee were published today in a communique
in the Communist Party newspaper Rabot-
nichesko Delo. The newspaper said that the| ‘_W
resolution and a report of the Committee’s| .
proceedings would be published. The}
Central Committee also elected two new} ¢
secretaries : Todor Jivkov and Georgi Tzan-| %
kov. (Kostov, Communist Deputy, was
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g\TURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1950 LOCA

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| EGGS WON'T HATCH
| FOR LAOK OF POWER

THE ELECTRIC CUTS caught housewives unpre-

But yesterday when the news that the cuts started
fwo days ago would continue for a long time, shoppers

started a run on candle supplies, kerosene lanterns and

Sk ner alternative forms of lighting.

> ot a A lah Housewives told the “Advocate”
that the cuts had affected them in
different ways. One said that the
children could not prepare their
lessons for next day. Others were
afraid to lay in a store of flying
fish in the afternoon for next day,
since they thought that the re-

a
| ; Uphold Two frigerators would be unable to
: give them any appreciable ser-

; D e cisions vice.
rae One young husband fed his

ine Fi baby .? torehlight. A seamstress

ease was isappointed beeause she

Incr One _— could not finish a costume which
Decisions of His Worship Mr. a baby had to wear to christen-

H. A: Talma and His Worship ing next morning,

Mr. E. A. McLeod were upheld — Those who depended upon elec-
yesterday by Their Honours Mr. tric clocks for learning the time

|G L. Taylor and Mr. H. A, were temporarily “out of date.”

b we of the Court of Appcul. Some city men who enjoy a

Their Honours increased a tine Morning shave’ with an electric

: by Mr. E. A. McLeod razor have laid in a stock of safety

spre to 40/-. razor blades and razors in case

Peril Thompson, an ex-P.¢. the cuts catch up with them early

found guilty of having as~ ' an morning.

wy .4 and beaten P.C. 353 farmer who runs a chick-

- saulted f District “E” on two en incubator is worried that if

as August 20 by Mr. the supply is cut off for any

McLeod. Thompson was length of time, he may lose

‘£. A. Me ahs Grit: ollute several sittings of eggs.

20/- for the art ¢ Their Now that it is known that the

and that was confirmed, bu q cuts have really started again,

Honours felt that the second there js no lack of preparation for

was a case of continued the emergency.

veness and merited a ° atedwiideoi

fine than the 20/- Mr.

McLeod had imposed.

His Worship M-. H. A. Tala
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on brought against Lash~

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“Emeline”
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m.
pmpson appealed against the
s of the Appeal Court in

- cases. a ”
(SP Radar” Braves The Storm
resented Lashley. One thousand bags of rice, 500

The fracas started when tho bags of charcoal, 75 wallaba posts,
women who had not been friends 20 pieces of furniture and four
many years, as Thompson packages of personal effects, the
met in the clerk’s quarters cargo of weather beaten schoon-
‘of the Lower Courts. Thompson er “Emeline”, arrived in the is-





said that Lashley had tapped him
‘on his back, a tap which he did

i

land yesterday by motor vessels
“T. B. Radar” and “Daerwood”.
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L_ NEWS

YESTERDAY MORNING, on Prince William Henry Street, the
motor car (E 228) driven by James W. Clinton of St. Peter, who
was undergoing his driver's test, became involved in an accident
with the car (M 313), owned and driven by Mr. Charles Horace

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a

Small
In Rockley

PARISH
ROUND-UP

St. Michael. Busbey’s Alley is Shortly before 5 o'clock yes-|
one of the City’s largest Wayside ‘erday afternoon residents in
Markets and in the centre of this Rockley, some taking their babies
Alley a Dry Goods Store has for a walk, others enjoying an
sprung up. ” The Store, which ®fternoon’s swim, were attracted
bears the name of Chase’s Dry bY a bright flame coming from
Goods Svore, is housed in the 8h up between two electric poles
building where Mr. Olton’s Barber &¢ the corner of the Rockley;
Shop was once situated. Coast Road and Dayrells Road

Those who walk through the nm the short space of ten min-
Alley in search of various vege- Utes, the word flew around “an
tables, step into the Store oc- ¢lectric wire above the road is
casionally for other articles, on fire.” The entire neighbour-

The loss of a pair of shoes hood turned out en masse and oc-
valued $7.00 was reported by Cupants of cars and other vehi-
Norman Rooke of Lake’s Folly, Cles slowed down to have a look
He stated that the shoes were at the blaze.
taken from his shoemaker’s shop _ The Electric Company and the
at the same address between Fire Brigade were informed soon
Thursday and yesterday. They after the blaze was noticed. On
were the property of Emerson Closer inspection it appeared that
Ifill of Kensingion New Road. one of the fuse boxes suspended

® % * between two poles was well alight
Christ Church. When the Christ and the white hot flame scorched
Church Boys’ Foundation School the wooden support between the
began its first term this week two poles.
under the new Headmaster, Mr. Spectators looked helplessly
L. H. Skeete, B.A., B.C.L., 70 new on, as the blaze grew worse. AS
boys were enlisted. For abouv suddenly as it started, the blazq
two years the School has had no disappeared completely, as the
Prefects but six Prefects will ba Electric Company aware of the
elected shortly incident cut the power.

It is understood that the present - In about five minutes time the
Staff is practically unable to cope Fire Brigade under Capt. Press
with the increasing School Roll. arrived On the scene and made a
Mr. Keith Ashby, until recently a brief inspection. Traffic was held
student _at Harrison College, is up for a shert time and it took
pow acting on the Staff, and it i@ another fifteen minutes, to dis-
anucipated that the Staff will be perse the crowd which was now
further increased, well over a hundred strong, Ty
. The Chris Church Girls’ Foun-
auion Senool took in 28 new a .
ge Ae term, and with its Roll Stole Rope Fined £5
of » it is filled to capacity. i.

There are seven Prefects to keep m = ty wo te be paid. by
the School in order, onthiy instaments of £1 pe

A new Foundaivion School, which oe or in default three monins
will accommodate 780 boys and Pi ee ate smposed SH
gis bevween the ages of 1 ai. 4senneth Holder of Gittens Roau

16, is contemplated, but it was eet eee ges ba a mc

learnt yesterday that no atvempt ;
re found guilty of stealing ro
1p og ee a —— — from a iighter valued £3 4s. 6d,
sie TT) te esse the property’ Of: 8 FC Bfbasons L
new school will have an increase Sons Ltd :

of 420 places over the old one. ounequuniiementiumessdr
In the last estimates $175,000 “PEGASUS” BRINGS
FLOUR, MILK

Four acres of second crop ripe ae “Alcoa Pegasus" brought 2,400 bags
m: ae : of flour to the island when it arrived o
canes . 4
; oe destroyed by a fire Thursday evening. Also bran, powdered
of unknown origin which occurred milk, pickled meat, peas, cereais, maca-
















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not take to be a friendly gesture, hernias at Wotton Plantation, at about rout, eats, tobacco and millinery sup-

and he pushed him. The “Emeline” was damaged in _THE COMMISSION of the British Caribbean Customs i Pan, cot Teuraday. "The “Alcoa Pegasus” will be loading |
EF oa bad weather around mid-January Union has reached complete agreement, and recommend- yj, a ‘S. Evelyn oa ib hd Oe ee Neen Dace tLe ce; | TT a
; boon pe bringing cargo from British ations have been made to the Secretary of State for the "= "38 8 ceria ree raises ‘
Tale Of A into Wises to. a ef ae Colonies which it is hoped will be acceptable to the various _ St. James. Beresford Gall ot “LADY NELSON” DUE i
Captain Hazell of the “T, p, legislatures concerned and lead to the early establishment Mount Standfast reporied that he MONDAY THIS CHAP LOOKS 4

: : : eq Was wounded with a_ stone S.s, “ ”
of customs union. Announcing this agreement in a Press 1e€, _ SS, “Lady Nelson” is due to arrive z
cu su g this agreement in a Press thrown by an unknown man, whila Bridgetown on Monday from Bowne no

release to-day the Commissioners record : he was o ston via British N 8
’ a m Tudor Stree on <= h Northern Islands, and
“Customs union implies that &®©——-—— oe —— Wednesday. treet sail the same night for British Guiana

via St. Vincent, Grenada and Tr nidad,
substantially. the oa tapach The final meeting of the Com- _It was learnv yesterday that This vessel is consigned to Messrs. Gar.

) re 7 7 . . diner & ;
tariff and that there should be mission was held in Barbados cane crops in this Parish are not “'*" Austin & ay See

; ; ; . " > - up to the standard of last year’s. A _
ir, A. J, H. Hanschell, judge of day, he said. using three pumps as large a measure as pos- from the 9th to the 19th of Janu - 2 . . or a
the Petty Debt Court. Mr. Han- to keep the vessel afloat. The sible of free trade within the oo oon ana i a i aoe joer - 25 Year ‘Ss Ago
{ j sel”, cLagan, > é an, and . fe s \
thell had entered judgment for vessel’s two pumps could not do ynion area. 8 One planver said that he has (Barbados Advocate, Jan, 21, 1925)
BAKBADOS vy. JAMAICA

the defendant Louise Tyrell of all and another was brought into Such an integration of the J. Gallagher, Second Commission- 7

pave Hill, St. Michael, in a case use. Part of the cargo of rice was fiscal requirements of all the ¢, the following representatives vhine tieeenaelieede a (Taken f
which Arrundel Holder; a destroyed by the incoming wa- Colonies cannot be other than attended:— , f ndecetea eee y a mn rom the Leading Article)
peculator of Westbury road ter. The necessary repairs to the beneficial. Freer commercial ex- | Mr. E. J. Petrie, Mr. .B, A. T, Understood that Porters will star: . Nem the tournament begins
s claimed £10 damages vessel will be effected at St. Lu- change between them will foster Williams (Pesan) -. % “ of Yektoire eae Oe imnee cies ae Oval between the
‘ ia. : varied omy which in Fletcher, O.B.E., Mr. E. V._ D. ry» n . captained by Mr, R.
ee + Srancker appeared © rceenant: Ciena turn will inevitably tend towards Goulding (British Guiana); Mr. The Parish is still suffering from R. Nunes and our reprecenttiv
, “Not for 1 ti have I creating conditions inviting closer R. K. Masson (British Honduras); an acute shortage of fish. Rough under the leadership of Mr. H, B.
‘Holder bought a pig from Tyrell met ceuainan. diet aoe saan political unity. Mr. S. Bloomberg (Jamaica) Mr, seas in this area are hampering G. Austin. It is very many years
September 22 and it died a few enced on this trip,” said Captain ; L. P. Spence, Mr. A, T. Shill fishing , boats considerably. Since a Jamaica team yisitea

Common Practices ‘ans een

urs later. Mr. B (Trinidad); Hon. E. A. Thomp- ; d this island, and few active cric-

it the pig had aoe atte anen oT hk the “T. B. Radar” son (Leeward Islands) ; Hon. W. O, An accident oc- keters of the present day re-
m sado Allied to any scheme for closer Peters (St. Kitts-Nevis); Mr, D. R. curred on Constant Road at abou’ member that visit,

7.15 a.m, on Thursday between a _ Having had so little intercourse

sal i j ;
weed es Se oe peeate oe -_ oe Work fiscal association there is the ques- Walwyn (Montserrat) ; Hon. L. . L ‘
ferred that the pig must have the vessel encountered heavy tion of the desirability of having Cools-Lartigue (Windward bicycle owned and ridden by With our northern friends and
en sick, weather. common customs i aes eee a er kere o_o poem - ns *. sven built he reputation for
me . 3 i . ; customs practice an ocumenta- inica); r. E. Gittens Knight, John, and another bicycle owned Ourselves as cricketers amon the
et pa sae ores I a eee Seherenes te, at tion, common tariff structure and M.B.E. (Grenada) Hon. A. C. H. and ridden by Fitz Wharton of other and nearer colonies, sine
8 ge Of Lucie, ane Yess ns men; nomenclature and common classi- Baynes (St. Lucia); Hon. V. D. Dash Valley. , t optimists may be apt to assume
fication for statistical purposes. Archer (St, Vincent). Toppin’s head and lip were in- that we are rather likely to je

hers glauber salts. The pig was He met the weather even ‘worse
sick since she had it and on while going back. The tossing of Each of these requirements has jured while the cable of Whar- better exponents of the game
received the careful attention of

: , : : . iced Terms of Reference
morning before the sale it the vessel forced bags of rice into The Commission was appointed ton’s cycle was damaged. than are our visitors. From. the 99
interference with the engine the Commission and although — in 1948 by the Secretary of State a) A " ° ‘ be * gone ped a on ~ grounds 4
i “ 9 5 Commission is optimistic enough fo, the Colonies following a re- st. John. he loss of a pick ¢ nday and yesterday how-
Asked by Their Honours . The “T, B. Radar” left St. Lu- for the Colonies following a re reported by Lewis ever, those capable of judging! i

d eaten with its usual vigour. the bulk head and caused some

ether it was : ; to believe that its report will be commendation by the Conference @X@ Was : | va ;

ll pigs weighing. dt sseeie oe eae, ee -_ acceptable as a whole it feels that on Closer Association of the Brit- Mayers of Edgecliffe. Mayers said have come to the conclusion thet! ff]

fyrell said that she wanted shin- oar d oe 8 acceptance merely of these com- jsh West Indian Colonies held at ‘hat the axe was taken from the Jamaica team is a powerful |!

to patch the roof of her During the final pull for Bar- ™0n features would more than Montego Bay, Jamaica, in Sep- Foster Hall Road on a day last combination, strong in batting’

- UD; Th , Di d Radar” told the “Advocate” yes-

i - at 1e terday that he left the “Emeline”

at Castries badly leaking and

Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tay- also with the foresail and half
and Mr. H. A. Vaughan yes- of the mainsail completely lost

day confirmed a decision of The crew were kept busy all



PLEASED WITH LIFE!









HE SMOKES

. justify its labours and bring to the te r 7. s terms of er- Week. It is the property of the with no tail and possessed of a
and she was obliged to sell West Indies a much needed mea- on oe ae eee
sure of reform.

Customs union is a complicated
and highly technical subject and
to reconcile the varying fiscal
needs of all the constituent terri-
tories demands a high degree of
understanding and compromise.
Unless there is give and take a
union is impossible. It was in
such a spirit of co-operation thay
the Commission faced its difficult
task and it is hoped that a like
spirit will prevail in the minds
of those who are required to sit
in judgment on their labours.”

FIVE FELL OFF LORRY

Four were treated and one detained at
the General Hospital when they fell from
the lorry, P.292, driven by Ivan Watson
on Seawell Road, Christ Church about
12.05 p.m. yesterday

They were Cyril Jordan, Vernon Rob-
inson, Kenneth Maynard and Joseph
Drakes, all of Padmore Village, Christ
Church, Mary Weekes, also of Padmore
Village was detained for observation.

Cyril Jordan told the ‘Advocate’ that







pig young.

Honours decided that the
ain was a matter of chance
it was not for Tyrell to know
Was anything wrong with
pig. Even doctors had to cut
pen animals before they could
tribute death to anything.

§ Three Wills
§ To Probate

Three Petitions for Letters of
silnistration were granted and
wills of three people were
uitted to probate by His Hon-
pr the Chief Judge, Sir Allan
“ore, at yesterday's sitting
Court of Ordinary,
Petitions were as follow:
tion of Dorothy Bayne
sy of Worthing, Christ
teh for letters of administra-











bados, the weather had improved
very little.

Ten passengers were on board
and they could not put their heads
outside their cabins. Some of
them got seasick. No cooking
could be done. so passengers and
crew ate tinned foods and bread.

Sea water broke over the bridge
of the vessel, which is about 20
feet high.

20-Hour Trip

The trip took 20 hours, Captain
Archibold of the ‘“Daerwood”
said that he experienced similar
weather but he did not fare as
badly as the'“T. B. Radar”. The
“Daerwood” covered the distance
in 13 hours,

Other cargo of the “Daerwood”
was comprised of fresh fruit,
coconuts and pumpkins while
that of the “T. B. Radar” was
charcoal, fresh fruit, coconuts
and spice. y

Both vessels were at their
berths in the inner basin of the
Careenage yesterday discharging
their cargo. Part of the rice
brought by the “T. B. Radar” was
spoilt.

they were sitiing on a load of grass on;

the lorry which they were taking from
Seawell to Dodds. The rope that had
the grass secured, loosened. The grass
slipped and they fell to the ground,

ence were “to examine in consul- Water Works Department.
vation with the Governments af . > *
the territories in the British Carib- . , r I :
bean area the question of the es- Valued 1/6, a bag valued 1/-, and seven days’ tossing in a small;
tablishment of a customs union containing $2.44 was reporied by craft like the “Remelik is a pit]
make recommendations Agnes Knight of Airy Hill. She of experience to be remembered, | |
with special regard to .
(a) ensuring uniformity in ad- from her basket on Sugar Hill
ministration and customs Road sometime last week.
practice; :
the selection and training of
the necessary Staff (includ- Spring Hall
ing the staff for an ade- learnt yesterday, are expected to
statistical service); start grinding canes around the
the preparation of a suit- end of this month. The 15 or
able tariff having regard to more Estates supplying Fairfield
the fiscal problems of the With canes all show signs of very
Governments

~~

whose re- premising crops.
venue would be affected by Ai Fairfield, Mount Gay, Trents,
the introduction of a cus- Broomefield and other Estates of

toms union; and ;
the special needs of the were harvested recently and good
British Virgin Islands.”







PIGEON CHOW

very powerful battery of bowl-
ers. On Monday our visitors had
St. Joseph. The loss of a wallet not yet recovered their sea legs:

and the motion is apt to remain!
for days after the voyager has}
stepped down the side of the ship,

said that the articles were taken



St. Lucy. Both Fairfield and
Facvories, it was

the Mount Gay Company, yams

ergps resulted,



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we have new stocks of

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had for Pigeons



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Mother Ida Marie Helena
Griffith late of this
which was left unadminis~
A, OY Samuel Christopher
mth deceased’s late husband,
tion of Sylvian Allan Wil-
of Upper Carlton, St.
Shoemaker, to the estate of
Elidia Foster late of Upper
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pion of Leonard Clement
ms of Upper Carlton, St.

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THE PINE HAS 19
MEGCRETE HOUSES

WORK on the Government Housing Scheme at the
Pine on the northern side of the site occupied by the flood
victims, is going on apace. The houses in their colourings
of light blue, pink, etc., with the white streak between the
megcrete blocks out of which they are being constructed,
t his wife Beaten lhe eae & concen | oe. wis asi

iv roads, too, are t
Me eis late of this Island. laid out, eaekee @ walt 19 aIViden tote tour
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» K. Walcott, K.C., in- Buildings of two, three and four s
Bance?, Messrs. Hutchinson rooms are going up and the blocks pace yg Ry Bol .& => Ani
eld represented the pe- make it possible to erect them ina ® Ths site cf the buildin aives
in each of the cases surprisingly short time. } a panoramic view of the undu-
The “Advocate” was told yes- lating country-side in the distance,





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About nineteen buildings have
already gone up and the founda-
tions for several others have been

_—_—_

als admitted to prob re terday that the average time for y ar i in
i Millilban siinios @ amas the erection of a two-room build- Sa ay eee few CAP I
Caring, Martha ing is three and a helt dayrirvand yards away, and the green ‘elds || LADIES BATH CAPS v
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ae of December” soe The two-room building has a LLOYD BERRIS was fined 15/-'| ‘ ;
» Odle vs. Browne be- bedroom and living-room; the and 2/- costs to ‘be paid in 14} Secure one’or more row Full details will be gindly siven.en eaietientibalite aha
fore His Worship, Mr. H. A three-room, two bedrooms and a days or one month’s imprisonment | m
Talma. he Advocate. re. living room; and the four-room, of by His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma| From all Branches
frets this mis ake and which there is only one as yet, vesterday for inflicting bodily }
} b Br. it might have caused In each building are provided a Gree Lane iy E
Towne There € i kitch t ipboards in the liv- Y i nu ee i Pi a
Teeord of Saale rs 7 Ruin ng-room, and apartment in P ll ‘ aid h i Whitepark, (COURTESY GARAGE) Dial 4616
eatd in the Ponce the bedrooms for the purpose of a friend’s yard on Oct iN
Magistrates’ G ihe Police wardrobe. A sanitary unit—toilets 3.30 p.m. when Berri mé i ° |
urts and baths—is built in the centre the yard and struck him on his|{{ |
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NCEMENTS en A Limited, of Government Hill, St. Michael,| United States, run for alt children in public and parochial
mol CTl 8. B.W.I, i i - . : ne OOo
‘eaLe per word | AUCTION registration of a trade marke on ett, | schools, aims to give each child a good meal daily.
| with “Table Margarine” ec. it b i
, gouT » * r 02 03 Sree AUCTION SALE entitled to register the aaine after one | The meal consists of normal HOLIDAYING IN UK. 2
‘ th Avenue Quonday 28rd. at 1 pm. Toons from the Isth day of January | portions of protein, vegetable and Xa Carlisle Bay Ae f
ae Land, Board & Shingle house syne | meant ess, some person shall in. the | FOR RENT fruit, one large slice of buttered |_ IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones, nique. Agents’ DaCosta & Co., Lid. ALL inf ti
1p per word Seem ngle house 20 x 12 x 8 me give notice in duplicate to mc ilk. This | Sch. Manuata, Sch. Belqueen, SS. Alcon” MV. “Lay Patricia,” 239 information regarding
FOUN 48 00 Cs “ » closet and some palings. Teri: | at my office of opposition of such regis- | bread and a glass of milk. s Planter, Sch. Mary Mtn ae en Cui BAe on ies - on sone. nat
“_- * ash R. Archer Me Kenzie, 20.1.50—3n | tration. The trade mark ‘can be seen meal is served once a day to every | Scott, Sch. Francas W Smith, Sch. Mari- Johnson Req a delivery of a Vauxhall car
eae se en at ba ecw: ar HOUSES child in St. Thomas and St. John | on Belle Wolfe, Sch. Re "N. Wallace, ~ Passengers leaving on Thursday night
SALES a: 10| UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER nee wn 1950. es who wishes to participate in the Sch. Marea Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch. by R.M.S. “Lady Rodney” were:—- for your use in the U.K, can.
oN & REAL el ides tan Registrar of Trade Marks. (Ag.) @tLATS fully furnishea with Refrig- gramme. There is no charge oo. » SS. Copinsay, Sch. Barca For St. Lucia: Mr, W. D. Warden. ae ‘

: Ee Leonard futeon, a wi order of Dr. Del Oe ee for this service. At first the ae ARRIVALS For Dominica: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Row- supplied on application 16.
ooo, Le 1.64 | ture at the Pine’ Livestock Station, which TAKE NOTICE ee Ba. | culdren found it difficult to en-1 archiboid, Wom St) Taser keen Dove, Mrs. A, eholts, Mr, 's. B.|{} Robert Thom’ Ltd., Courtesy
ei 4, ar Deora’ Worthing Golf Club Rd. lioy the vegetables which were | aime ‘Owners’ Association " i ' "RH. John. ‘ =

siisigety tnesi opine Table {seat 6), Upright Chairs, “MELLO-KREEM” \¢ bedrooms, Apply | Andrew Evelyn al. but it has been noted that | M.V. “T. B. Radar,” 160 tons net, Capt, oom ite, Ww Pees bine: st Seam, Garage. Dial 4616
Chairs with ales. \vety good Lounge Golf Club Rd. or 8440, ee . - provemen: | Hazell, trom St. Lucia. Agent: ‘D. L. Mrs. B. Rogers, Mr.'A. D, Shillingnn 5
LIC line rie = ie tail Cabinet, all in ans Ma oer cine unt of Cer eanutacturing Co a anid in th —— of ae diet. 2 Pres eee, a et 17.1.50—6;
. : 120 5 , iy; Corner mited, of Government Hill, St. Michael, | = e acceptance av : te, Pegasus,” 3,931 tons t For M — fi: 3: n
, ‘ net, r Montserrat: a en OVOCATE (Monday) oc China; Plated Ten toe Dinner a ranean eS Per Mage von = = Clerdena Bie te ‘Mid-Februsty to June. |The most popular dish served in —. Morgan, rh British Guiana. Mente. ‘ ce ee a8
: phevebeccesersses 7 ¥ n con- . Agents: DaCosta Ltd, igua: Dr. ; 3
Ape ie oven Bicctrie Hct’ Sige sewing ‘Machines, nection with “Table Margarine” ‘ana , Fhone $189, ao arcane as cud: Deen sows oy pDEPARTURES For, Bermuda: Me. and’ Mrs A Or: | “lum ll lin la cmb mem oe
- : Simmons Single Bi * en > register” the shane) ee nentensne ays wi served, wed tine “Sunbeam,” 286 lowski.
“ with Dente ian me Re air =, meres poe oe set oe - tesntittae’ tadeen Se a plates are cleaned and the child- | tons net, Captain Baeckland, for Marti- For Boston: Mr, F. F, Burns. 4g Christi s
THANKS Mohosany’ “and “Pine” Despisee® Beds | nthe meantime give Notce ‘in duplieets | Bathing “beach “Pron, “Marek tae | Fen completely e habs of the} .{N TOUCH WITH BARBADOS coast station | an Sclenee
large Painted Pine pr tae Tables, | to me at my office of oppisition of such | Pet month. Phone 4446, flects the eating habits of the : e arts
beg tc thank al'| (ont. auited _ ess, Deal Tables, | registration. The trade mark can be 6.1,50—t.f.n. children who have been condi- Cable and Wireless (West Iridies) I4d., Elgallo; S.S. Matina; S.S, Lady Rodnev
ie eeeerdenes path isers who} cis 3-Burner Valor Of Bien Uten- | seen .on application at my office. — - ti i tt t Advise that they can now communicate S.S. Thelma IV: 8S Seamar; S.S. a nh 00m ’
' friends | 2 flowers, cards and] sis 3 ve and other 19.1.50—3n NEWHAVEN”, Crane Coast, fully | tioned to this diet. An attemp — the following ships through their Ragnhild; S.S. #, Paula; $.S.' Powe
aa es of sympathy, and who i) So 11 45 soiock alee ral ais Dated this 17th day of January, 1930. | furnished, Servant Rooms: /has been made to include in this | Barbados Coast Station: River; S.S. Italia; S.S. Loide Equador: 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
at tokens jed us in our recent BRANKER, TROTMAN Sita G. C. WILLIAMS, Superb bathing beach. February, March, dish vegetable juices and toma- on §.S. Philosopher; S.S. Edentield; S.S )
Maite the death of MARY : Auctioneers miaisirar ot Trae Masts: (Aad | Tk See ee .1960-t.t'n. | toes to reinforce the vitamin con. | Rows SO. Alemntter 6.8. Tre Disnserrest: Seabreese; 3.8, Feces (Brood stevet}
n mother. I. .1,50—3, * i. oe s 5.8. 3 ; 5.8. ;_S. ; >
ste nna “bt | —————___ 8°) —_wis 7 Ip seems imperative that a scheme | asks, A cham SS hin Heiecent See me ee | @ Howe 10 am—2 pm
Johnson an n : it seems imperative that a scheme a 3 ; } net nn 8.8. SS. ednesdays,
3 ZA: 2 bed- ; Pioneer; S.S. Prospector; $.S. Haarlem; White Clover: S$.S- ; S&S.
(daughters), Claude | Blena”! UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER NOTICE ee atten etc. }of education on the value of|M.V. Uruguay; SS ;_ M.V. Kassos; 8.5. ‘Atlantic Frese: ss.
Johnson (Son-in-law), Erro ates — : , ot oe 10 a.m.—12 o’clock
Ceell ‘dl By mstructions from Mrs. Vego, who| 1 Tenders are invited for the exclu- | complete with frigidaire. 8% miles from | various food items be introduced. ee AS Esso Rochester; $.S. Del Atlantic Shipper; S.S. Defoe; M.V. ¢
(grandson) . 21.1,50—In | is leaving the island, T wilt sell eee a sive right to sell liquors ete, and Bridgetown, and on the a Teachers, parents and Hot Lunch Philip: ss. ‘a see: 5 s hyalina Ce ee ee ( At this a 4
2 - — lot f ames Beach, App! : Mrs. . . ’ , _ ; 5. vs 2 t
Haynes & family of| dence go reeds ned ae oe Sington Oval during the Tourna-| Lonestar Garage, Mount Standfast. st, |Workers can contribute to chang- ‘ the ‘Chrtatea Nacht, Bante. »and
Black Rock, gratefully ac-} Christ Church, on Thursday next, the et (Approximately from Petru. | James'or Phone 91-83 ing food habits in the children by . { oo ote eal er saecee
weve with thanks the varlovs cx-| 26th January, beginning at 1 o'clock ary 7th to February ‘2tst.) maintaining a positive attitude in the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
yw led thy tendered them in| which include: Rocking and Armchairs, 2. Tenders are also invited for the hil to eat EDDY may be read, borrowed.
wsione nt bereavernent occasioned by| Table with glass top, Round Table, mansportation of the British Guiana pees Sgr ell yore aBigha : 4 er
. Mr. Robert B. Haynes, Couch, one Emerson Short and Long- {eam from Abbeville Guest House tables. ‘The children enjoy milk Vi i ,
, 22.140.—An. | Wave ‘Radio, Dining Room Table with ‘ the Oval during the tournament, which is served daily. They like 4 isitors Are Welcome
Si 3. reac e undersign i
Sore gindetuity retum | 30 Chairs, Sideboard, Larder, one at C. F. Harrison & Co.'s Ome dried fruits, meats and cheese



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to serve lunches and teas at Ken-
and friends also to| et, Bedsteads with Spring and Mattresses, not later than-4 p.m. on Monday dishes. Last year fresh fish was
oe resins and sympathised Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Clock, and January 23rd. HELP served and this proved a favour- ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L. From ST. LUCIA: ‘Series ({
and attended the funeral of| other items of interest. ‘Terms Cash, | 4: The Association does not bind it- SERVANT—A t witn lite Another ular dish is) From TRINIDAD: Jack Knight, Eve Knight, Jam
vs 1 ROCK of Near Low- D’ARCY A, SCOTT, self to accept the lowest or any aan, Seneral na Matedaties ae pop’ ; Ulric Ifill, Doreen Rock, John Grace, Evelyn, John Humfrey, Michael Humfrey,
"gt, Lucy on 29:h December, 1949. Auctioneer, tender. good knowledge of cooking. a a Spanish omelette prepared with | Myra Cragwell, Weisinger Aschendorf, Joseph Du Boulay, Pamela Mitchell,
ph oak: Eartila Rock; Chester- 21.1.50.—4n. THE BARBADOS CRICKET pauined. Apply WOODVARE, 1'50—2n. |® creole sauce and served with | Colin Bellamy, James Bellamy, John Anthony Mitchell, Ralph Comes, Lerge |
; Wilfred Rock; Amy Rock; | === SO i ASSOCIATION INC, a. ee y a Spiced beets. It is interesting to | Perry. Robert Glenn, Elizabeth ‘Glenn, Jean Elie, Andre Roth and James OF THE WEST INDIES
ke (husband) Elsa Rock (grand- W. F. HOYOS. WANTED: with know- | note th “ ; Ing Clarence Prescott, John Fernandes, Inez Gutagir. °
REAc ESTATE Honorary Secretary, WANTED: Young Lady wit ow: |note that the children of kinder- Hofat, Morris Wexler, Robert Frey,
PN(U.S. Papers Please Copy) —— re a meinen wy Double-roofed board Withee be Apply in veins ener ean be said with certainty that | S8>#a, John Thomas and John Lewis. te 7 IDAD: eaten og ici Admission of Under-
an ng! P, situated at Station ” * ‘ ° 2 . . rs. mogene r.
| [N. MEMORIAM Hill, St. Michael.'In good condition NOTICE Street. 15.1,50—%n |since the beginning of the Hot | tntransi to si. LUCIA: Smith, Mr. Laurence ‘Greaves, Mrs. graduates in October,
: : Apply to The Manager, Pitcher Conne! Lunch Programme, the nutritional | | Philip Larode, Harry Atkinson, Dolores Odet Burgers, Mr. Willem Burgers, Mr. 1950
' of mi, wire IDA HELE-| & Co, Ltd. 20, 21, 22 Roebuck St. We ‘beg to thank our customers for| _CLERK—Immediately Junior Clerk for level of the children has impr Atkinson, Anthony Atkinson and Sybil George Sealy, Mr. Schie Pillersdorf. Mr. : s
SVES. who departed this fife 21.1,50—3n, | Past patronage and to advise that we| Office. Salary $60.00 to $75.00, Depend- a. ae PrOV= | ‘Atkinson’ L. P, Spence, : A. T. Shill, Mr IF suitable candidates pre-
ee see1, ——— | shall not be receiving any Laundry at! ing on Qualifications and experience »_ This is bound to bear fruit | from TRINIDAD: Masson, Mr. Joseph DuBoulay, Mr sent themselves, the Uni-
five in the hearts of those you “THE BANYANS” — With the land | OUT establishment after today, as we are | Successful applicant must assume duties in more healthy, alert students | Fram Jansen, William Ramsay, Rosa Perry, Mr. Preston Alexander, . Mr versity Coll it the W
inet to. die.” thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31': | losing same on the Sist. inst. All those | by 1st February. Apply in person with and subsequently in healthier | Shields, Richard Shannon, Martin'Black- Freifel Aschendorf Scharfe, Mr. Jack sity College of the West
fakeves 21.1.50—In. | Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street.| having Laundry there are requested to| written application to the Secretary, dult a man and Archibald Harris. Bayley, Mrs. Carmen Colebrook, Mr Indies will admit in October,
eth es St, Michael. Ideally suitable for de-| Call fot same on or before 25th inst. Eckstein Bros. Bay Street. adults. Malnutrition has been | intranat for ANTIGUA: Ernest Lang, Mr. Leslie Gittens, Mr. 1950, about thirty under-
Joving memory of Our Darling| velopment as a Building Estate. THE SUPREME LAtNDRY 21:1:50—8n_ {one of the major health problems | _ Robert Newton, Cyrus Mitchell, Lewis Latchman Seetahal and Mr, Jeffers graduates in each of th
who died 2lst panuary via monet any day except Sundays 19.1.50—3n, —!in the Virgin Islands of the Courtauld and Virginia Courtauld. Charles. Faculties of ete Natural
off the edge of grie vetween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.20 TS ; 4 5 " . e
turns back every leaf [| a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli- LOST & FOUND United States, and it is hoped that Sciences and Medicine. The
ia to'by gone. day cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on re the Hot Lunch Programme will courses in Arts and Natural
on, but memory stays. __| premises. Dial 3771, NOTICE contribute a large share to con- |! Science ill lead to th
loving Children, Carmen, Charlie,| ‘The above property will be set up for uering thi bl. | tences will lead to the gen-
and Evelyn Goodridge. Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:, RE ESTATE OF q g this problem.—C.C, em eral degrees of the Univer-
21.1,50—In. | Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day of ALMA SMITTEN LOST













tion (Ine.) Tel. 4047,

AMELIA MILLAR, who de-|of Sale, apply to the undersigned? sons having any debt or claims againsi| the Wharf, Baxters Road and Spooners (MLA.N.Z.) LINE) cine to the degree of Bache-
this life on January 20, 1939. COTTLE, CATFORD Cor the Estate of ALMA SMITTEN deceased,| Hill, Finder please return same to ©. MAIL NOTICE The Schooner “Belqueen" will M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to lor of Medicine and of
ing back with tenderness 20.1.50—13n | late of Jackmans Village, in the Parish| A. Gibson, White Hall, St. Michael. accept Cargo and Passengers for sail from Sydney January 14th — Ss : ;

fhe path she trod ————_—______ | of St. Michael in this Island who died 20.1.50—2n. Parcel Mail for St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Vincent. Sailing Monday. 23rd arriving at Trinidad about February urgery of the University of
bless the years we had her “THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine | ‘2 Barbados on the 12th day of Octobe, - Trinidad and British Guiana by the S.S. January. 7th. London,
leave the rest with God. Girfens, with about 10.00 square feet | 1947 are requested to send in particulars| _WALLET—Containing Cash and Race | “Lady Nelson” will be closed at the Gen- The Schooner “Endeavour W” M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail Application forms and
Mie Millar (husband), Winfield,} of land will be offered {or sale at the | ° their claims duly attested to the un-| Ticket Series H 9531 and Profitable | eral Post Office at 12 Noon on the 2ist wilt accept Cargo and Passengers from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie hiets: wes
| ‘Beryl, (children) and Grand- | office of the undersigned on Thursday, | “¢ersigned Lucien Lloyd Leacock, Station| Papers. Finder return same to Ekins January, 1950. , for Trinidad. Sailing Monday 23rd January 10th, Beauty Point ' January pamp ets giving par-
/ 5 21.1.50—1n. | the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m. Hill, St. Michael on or before the 7th} Griffith C/o General Bus Co. Nelsun Registered and Ordinary Mails will be January. 13th, Melbourne January 28th, Sydney ticulars of the necessary
nme This freehold dwellinghouse contains | @y of April 1950 after which date 1] Street. 20.1.50—2n. | closed at 8 a.m. on the 23rd January, 1950 The M.V. “Daerwood” will February 8th, arriving at Trinidad qualifications, entrance ex-
oving memory of our Dear ALLAN | gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and | Shall proceed to distribute the assets accept Cargo and Passengers for about 10th March. aminations, fees for t ition
EN GOODRIDGE who departed | pantry on/ground floor and 3 bedrooms, | f the deceased among the parties er. | ———— Se rrtrreit St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, These vessels have ample space for ee S, fees for tuition,
on 20th January 194%. bath ete. on first floor titled thereto, having regard only to | and Aruba, Sailing Saturday 2lst Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo. residence and examinations
year ago, Allan dear jou left us| Electric, gas and water services, such claims of which I shall then have GOVERNMENT NOTICE January, Cargo accepted on Through Bills oi may be obtained from the
thtul and honest in all your ways | The house has recently been renovated | had notice and I will not be lable for wading with transhipment at Trinidad office of the Registrar, Uni-
yand true to the end of you | and decorated and is in excellent condi- | the assets or any part thereof so dis- _—_—— for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward ; ;
; tion. tributed to any ‘person of whose debt and Leeward Islands. versity College of the West
fays patient, loving and kind Inspection by appointment with Mrs.| or claim I shall not. then have had B.W.I. Schooner Owners’ Associa- For further particulars apply:— Indies, Mona, St. Andrew,
ai a beautiful memory you've left | H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310. notice, INCOME TAX NOTICE RNESS

FU







& Co, LTD
Agents: Trinidad,
DA COSTA & Co. LITD.,

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in;
debtedness without delay,

Jamaica. The closing date

Further particulars and conditions of for applications is January

sale apply to

loving smile, your gentle fac« aa
t COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

an fill your vacant place

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-





UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE

Kk Solicito Dated this 7th day of J: h is $1200.00 per annum Agents: Barbados. 31st, 1950,
Dear Allan, your task is o’¢ citors, a 's anuary 1950, i se income is .
loving hands can do no more 21,1,50.—11n. LUCIEN LLOYD LEACOCK quired from Crary married man whose 720.00 3.12.49.—4n.
those you loved you did your bes $$$ $ Qualified executor of the Bstate of or over, from every other person whose income is $720. per
the ighty grant thee THE undersigned will offer for Sale at ALMA SMITTEN. deceased. ?





rest and eternai bliss: their Office in James Street, Bridgetown, 7.1,50—sn. | 22num or over and from companies whether incorporated or unin-







































Charlie, Lena and Evelyn | on Friday the 27th day of January 1950, | $$$ i persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
Grace Goodridge (wife) | at 2 p.m, n corporated, societies, h i! ed NI k ITY COLLEGE
and Jean (Children) . The Dwelling House called “BEULAH” LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accru \) V
? and the land thereto belonging containing during the past ear or not.
Ma aceon SEND. ALONZA | 5427 square feet, situate at Hastings | | The ap PGed, St. Michel fee Ree See ef am » obtained from the 1 Tax Depart
(Jackson) who was calle Shris' ure! a . S- om: x =
ast 1945. ‘The Dwelling House comprises Closed | sion to sel Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e. Forms of Return my be obtained from the Income = soursseum CANADIAN SERVICE OF THE WEST INDIES.
graves begin to burst that Galieey, Teena end Dining, pouas. \ er eens 2. se remea | ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms Name of ship Sails Arrives
Pedrooms, essing m, Toile ath idence: Lear: iY . Michael. 7
lis begin to ring. and Telech ene iti aimigetric, Water, Gas] Dated this 19h day of January 1950 | duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following S.8. “ALCOA PLANTER” Suguesy ts. tenet ee
peers {2 iby victory and Berane installed. Servant's Room Widlics sedges: Siieh. Sa respective dates : S.8. “ALCOA PATRIOT \ — °. January 22nd. February 3rd, Open Scholarships for
m We hear the voice of our Dear Inspection any day hatirens thee hours Signed were INERS, 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst Sailing every two weeks. 1950
{ 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. tion on pplicant,
= BA of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on application _N.B.—This application ‘will he consi day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March, oie: ee a NEW yoRK SERVICE CO J
will live anew where the hand. of Por further particulars and conditions cot 2 Eapeniles Sous pd a 1950. eal ORD sails from New York 13th, arrives in Barbados 22nd. 7. melas custaidates pre-
i of Sale, apply to:— " ‘ourt, , \ sent themse niver-
ks on heaven's door. HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, | the 30th day of January "1960 at 1. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not 8.8. ALCOA ROAMER A RBLEANS SERVION | iain liaeaate ai cae Colle ee the West
Balph; Kennerh, ‘ive, FOR SALE OR RENT—Forley Hil, a E. A. McLBOD situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. 15th January. ‘ Indies proposes to award up
, Grace (children) Ethe.| st. Peter. Old Plantation house with Police Magistrate, ae ‘A’. 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan- 0th dane RUNNER sails from New Orleans 14th January, arriving to six scholarships tenable
y iit. I Griffith (Mother-in-Law/ | iarge ballroom, Dining room library, -1.50—In, uary, 1950 ee from October 1950, of which
Papers please Copy) fourteen bedrooms etc. Ideal for convert- % . t less than two will be in
POR SALE \Poly’to Bradshaw & Company"! OFFICIAL NOTICE F. CLAIRMONTE Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. — Canadian Service Arts and not less than two
R SALE roe 4.1.50.—t.f.n. Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties. ROBERT THOM LTD. ~ New York and Gult Service will be in Natural Sciences.
BARBADOs. NOTE: Any person failing to make his return within the due The awards will be made as
OTIVE : IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

the result of examinations to
be held during the,week be-
ginning February 27th, 1950.
Candidates must be under

APPEAI,

(Equitable Jurisdiction)
SEIFERT RANLEIGH HOWARD,
Executor (Plaintiff)
of Will of Julia Howard, Deceased.

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.

One Studebaker Saloon, in good |
sto be seert at Redman &
Ltd, Dial Showroom
21.1,50—In

For Sale= Contd











BARBADOS REAL


























y ALBAN FREDERICK BROWNE — | 10.1.50.—19n, the age of twenty on Janu-
v8 POULTR (Defendant) ; ary 31st, 1950 and must have
Dee, Bi welt OF exchange y IN pursuance of an Order in this Court A newly built BUNGA- ESTATE AGEN Y massed or be exempt from
3 tar, Stanway Store, Lucas St POULTRY—U.S. R.O.P. White Leg han rhe Sea came 8 Const SS Se esssisasessssnssssesinsssissstsesensenssnesesneneenene pa
; 21.1.50—2n. | horns. 6 weeks old. From U.S.A. Apply . on the

day of January, 1950, I give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or in-
terest in or any lien or incumbrance

LOW in Nelson Road, Navy
Gardens, 3 large airy bed-

the matriculation examina-

pepe mene. CHARMAS A tion of the University of

One Chevrolet 1936, and One
tt 10 h.p. All in good Condi-

PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50








ishi > , . London. The emoluments of

Apply C. B. Jones, Top Rock Gar- arheane sates, Cara piece or parcel All persons wishing to manufacture FANCY MOLASSES for the rooms, Verandah, Drawing Phone 2336 a scholarship will cover all

one 832, 21,1,50—2n, | MECHANICAL said patish of Saint John containing by | Purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Dining Rooms, Tiled tuition and examination fees
es




admeasurement seventeen perches or
thereabouts butting and bounding on
lands now or late of F. E. Cumberbateh
on lands now or late of A. Toppin and
on lands now or late of S, Small and
on the public road or however else the
same may butt and bound, to bring

ORD

and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Department Hastings Hotel.
of Agriculture for an Application Form which must be completed and
returned not later than the 30th January, 1950, after which date

applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses for pur-

and if a scholar needs fur-
ther financial assistance, a
grant proportionate to his
needs will be made. Appli-
cation forms and pamphlets










Kitchen with built-in’ cup-
boards Tiled Toilet and
Bath, running water in all
bedrooms, Garage, 2 Ser-

“oa iain for the Comjne| erms, all models, in green and in blac
E Dis sate With COURTESY | A Barnes & Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

Place their services at your
13.11.49—t.f.n

disposal for the Sale of any
Property.

20.1.50--3n



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BICYCLE—(1) Green 4 Speed Raleigh:




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TRUCK with Scamiue!| BICYCLES: Hercules Silver King,








































































































































one Ten H.P. Austin. Good} Apply Darnell Weekes, Chapman’s Lane. before me an account of their said claims | POSes of export cannot be considered. , ‘ giving further particulars
h. Good /Mileage. viel ie 20.1.50—2n.} with their witnesses, documents and E. A, B. DEANE, bar onan with toilet and INDUSTRIAL CIAL may be obtained ae
1. a vouchers, to be examined by me on any ath. MER Rodan a i rat
; r TYPEWRITER—One Underwood Stan- Tuesday, or Friday between the hours Secretary, tanding on 8,000 Sq. leew sae COoMN - = ee Registrar, ern mr
Wii 88 Truck. 3 tons. 1947.| dard Typewriter almost New. Apply to of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the after- Fancy Moiasses Control and Marketing Board ft. of land. No reasonable RESIDENTIAL of the West Indies, ,
ers. $1,500. Apply K. Chandler. .. M. Clarke, Jeweller, No, 12 James St.} noon, at the Office of the Clerk of the * offer refused Dial St. Andrew, Jamaica. The
Flats, St. Michael, Phone 3427. 21.1.50—In.| Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court 15.1,50—3n . al 4321 No cost to you unless we sell. closing date for applications
eer) OE ere teh ne maton the 28nd day | ___ — between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m, Should you desire to buy is January 3ist, 1950
0! arch, , in order at such claims + >
Two (2) Ford 10 Horse Power MISCELLANEOUS may be ranked according to the nature aes _ : CONSULT US. 3.12.49.—4n.
: uted 800d condition. Dial Tay pais "Chua: ad aa ne prisity Se eal ee eee meek Hi Blood Press c SS i
18.1.50—4 TS— a! arts i. rsons w e preclu ro! ‘ )
’ Ce rere AS Apply to The Manager Pitcher py pened of the said Decree, and be ep myaaerne eerie wv, ll) ——e
= CYCLE — Two Corgi light-| Connel & Co. 20-32 Roebuck St. deprived of all claim on or against the * AL ©
folding Motor “Cycles. These 21.1,50—3n. | said property. omen DANCE ‘i 6
A shop soiled and are there- Claimants are also notified that they Twi en TUESDAY 2st February 1950 NOTICE — SCAFELL — £1,900
j Offered at very attractive TYRES—Truck and Car Tyres 750 | must attend the said Court on Wednes- ft om ‘then at women as men sul. at their Club Rooms. ST. PHILIP
Central Foundry Ltd, Broad st.| 20, 700 x 20: 30 x 5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16; day, the 22nd day of March, 1950, at 10 Mg trom Pressure, whict Prizes for best Costumes . or a ues
a. 21.1.50—3n, | 450 x 18; 400 x 18; 450 x 17; 1590 =" eidieok am. when their said claims will bout the time ot Chanes i, pearts Mysia: Mr. P. Green's Crphestra, bD 1x0 N «& BLADO N
———__-__ - 35 \ Co, Trafalgar be ranked. ¢ MISSION TICK 3/-
Peters! Truck. in gosa’ con- 0 x 19. Auto Tyre Co 20.1,50—t.f.n Given under my hand this 14th day of and eee on eta troubls \ RI REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS
Mely C. B. Jones, Top Rock : January, 1950, he ined Bont: | en Phone 4640 Plantations Building. sa as
S432 "2i.1'50—2n, | GALVANIZED SHEETS Best Grade I, V. GILKES, aoe ae of High Blood Pres BAD .
| oft. and 8ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64.| Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court’ of sure are: Nervousness, headaches aly
while they last. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd Appeal. ressure dissiness, short |) YOU CAN BUILD WITH — {| S66 5GSOO OSC a
ICAL Dial 4684, 4476. 13.1,50—t.f.n. rea ne Paipitation { when: gan eee Read
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THE BARBADOS



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YACHTING SEASON OPENS TODAY

THE YACHTING SEASON, to which many Barbadians

look forward, has again

started. All the boats are ready

for the first regatta, which will be held off the Royal

Barbados Yacht Club to-day.

Saturday, February 4.

The following is a “Who's Who”
of the yachts entered in the
R.B.Y.C. 1950 series of Regatias:-—

8.1. Gusy. Owned by Lester
Toppin ad skippered by Watciie
Burke. Onc oc: the scratch boats
in ‘B’ Class, and can give a good
all round performance. Has just
been fitted with a new suit of
Ratsey Sails and is expected to
shéw excellent form this season.

B. 2. Resolute. Owned by
Owen Burke and will be skipper-
ed ‘Sy Hammord Burke, late
skipper of the well know “Sham-
rock.’ Has not raced for several
seasons but can give an excellent
performance in hard wind.

B. 3. War Cloud. Owned and
skippered by Jack Badley. Win-
ner of the ‘B’ Class series last
year; one of the smallest boats in
this class, and can do extremely
well in strong breezes.

B. 4. Undine. Owned by
Teddy Hoad and will be skipper-
ed by his son, Tony. Oldest of
the yachts that will be competing
Is now reconditioned and it is
hoped that she will be ready for
the series.

B. 5. Michief. Owned by John
Toppin and will be skippered b)
his son, Stanton. One of .a
scratch boats in this Class «a
sister yacht to the “Gipsy”. !-a
just had a few major alterations
and is expected to give a got
performance this season.

B. 6. Flirt. At present owned
by P., Brannum who is awa
from the island It is ben;
offered for sale. One of the re-
cently built smaller ‘B’ Class
boats; can ‘sail well with good
handling.

B. 7. Moyra Blair. Owned by
the Commodore, Mr. J. H. Wilkin-
son, and skippered by his son,
Tom. Veteran of tae “A” Class
has just been fitted with new sails
and is expected to show better
form than last season

B. 8 Raseal. Owned
skippered by George Stoute, sister
yacht to the “Flirt:” gives a good
all-round performance in spite of
being one of the smaller boats in
this Class

and

B. 9. QOkapi. Owned by Mrs
John Chandler and will be skip-
pered by Carrol Burke. Veteran

of the old “A”
of several races

Class and winne:
Shows excellent

form in very hard wind Wiki
have “Resolute” to contend with
this season.

B. 481. Fantasy. Owned a
skippered by Teddy Hoad, veteran
“Star Class” boats; winner ol
numerous prizes. Has just been
fitted with a suit of sail Hard

to beat in light wind and can
often nose home first after a good
mix up on the windward leg.

B. 482. Circe. Owned. and
skippered by Dr. J. W. P. Hark-
ness. Another veteran of the

“Star Class.” Has recently spent
several years in Trinidad. Her
capabilities are at present un-
known.

Combined ‘C’ and Centre
Board Class

C 1. Astra. Gwned and skip-
pered by Milton Tucker. Winner

in this Class last year. Veteran
of the “C” Class. Gives an
excellent performance in very

light wind, but is not at home
in heavy weather.

C 2 Scamp. Owned and skip-
pered by Leonard Archer. A new

‘Lightning Class’ yacht making
her debut this season. It is ex-

pected to give the other centre-
boarders plenty trouble.
Cc. 3. Ranger. Owned and

skippered by Stanley Cheeseman
Seratch boat in the “Combined”
Class being the largest and most
powerfully rigged. Gives good all
round performance especially in
medium and light winds, but like
“Astra” is somewhat uncomfor(-
able in heavy weather.

C 4. Hi He. Owned by Father
Hopkins. Unfortunately will not
be competing this year. With good
handling can dominate all other

boats in this “Class” in any
weather.

C 5. Wizard Ul. Owned and
skippered by Jim Jones. A
powerful “C” Class boat making
her debut to racing this season
Will be giving “Ranger” some

keen competition for the place of
seratch boat in “C’ Class

Cc. 6. Vagabond. Owned by
Laurie Hassel and will be
skippered by Leonard Cheeseman
Not very fast, but a good cruiser;
can always be seen on race days

giving battle in a very sporting
manner,
Cc. 7. Rogue. Owned and

skippered by Gerald Nicholls. The
first of the new “Lightning Class”
centreboard boats to be launched

The




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Every





S A BACHELOR, SAWOOD THE

The next r(gatta will be on

in Barbados and will be making
her debut to racing thig season.
Is expected to give a good al!
round performance ana _ een
competition is expected with her
sister yacht “Scamp”.

C. 8 Peggy Nan. Ovned by
WwW. Alston, recently over from
Trinidad, bringing with him this
veteran “Seagull” of the centre-
board type. It is hoped that this
boat will pe able to take part in
the forthcoming series and show
some old form after having resid-
ed in Trinidad for the past five
years.

C. 9. Folly Owned by Lester
Toppin and will be sailed by his
sons, Bert and Pat. A “Seagull”
of the centreboard type, originally
named “Condor.” Has been
shoroughly reconditioned and
fttted with a new spar and sails.
Performance is at present un-
known, but may cause several
surprises. ;

Cc. 10. Gannet. Owned ano
skippered by Peter Ince. A vet-
eran “Seagull” of the centreboard
class.. At present scratch boat of
the centreboarders but may te
ousted from this position at any
time by the new “Lightnings.”
Gives an excellent rformance
and really enjoys hard wind.

Cc. 11. Magwin. Owned and
skippered by Colin Bellaniy,
another of the Veteran Seagu: 5s.
Has had plenty of attention in
preparation for the forthcomi!:s
season and can be expected to
give the other centreboaracrs
plenty trouble.

PS. It is understood that
“Magwin” will be taking a “pr )’
this season at the cost of a coup-e
of “Cokes” per Race

Intermediate Class

L 1. Gnat. Owned by Teddy
Hoad and will be skipperea by
his son George Has recently
had some majcr alterations to
hull and rigging. Shouid do very
much better this season. May
end up as one of the scratch
boats

I. 2. Invader. Owned © and

skippered by Donald Stoute. Has
recently been fitted with new
sails and rigging. Is expected to

do much better this season and
may also end up as a scratch
boat. Sails well in hard wind
Winner of the Frontenac Trophy
last season

L 3. Gem HL. Owned and
skippered by Darnley Phillips,
This boat has been built recently

by her owner, and is a new-
comer to racing, but is expected
to put in some good performances.

I. 4. Coronetta. .Owned by
Johnnie Hoad and will be skip-
pered by his son Jackie, Veteran
scratch boat of this Class, give
a good all round performance,
especially in light winds.

I. 5. Melody. Owned and skip-
pered by Ned Carrington. An-
other new boat, making her debut
to racing this season. Should
show a fair turn of speed.

I. 6. Eagle. Owned by John
Hunte and will be skippered by
Michael Mayers. Gives a very
good performance in hard wind
and has to be watched carefully
at all times.

I. 7. Mohawk. Owned by Dr.
David Payne and will be skip-
pered by Bob Cumberbatch. Made
its debut last season and showed
some very good performances.
Should do well this year.

L. 8. Skippy. Owned and skip-
pered by G. Cox. Has a good turn
of speed and does well with ex-
pert handling.

I. 9. Dauntless. Owned and
skippered by William Skeete. A

powerful boat and can put in
some excellent performances.
I. 11, Calypso. Owned and

skippered by Jack Leacock. The
first recing canoe to sail in these
waters. Did not have a very
successful season last year but
has now been thoroughly reno-
vated and re-rigged and is ex-





B.B.C. Radio Programme

Saturday, January YU, 1950
7 a.m, The News. 7.10 a.m, News Analy-
is. 7.15 a.m. Accordeon Interlude, 7.30

am. Generally Speaking. 7.50 am. Inter-
ude. 8 a.m, From the Editorials, 8.10
a.m. Programme Parade. 8.15 a.m. John
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Octet. 9 a.m, Close down. 12 (Noon) The
News. 12.10 p.m, News Analysis. 12.15
p.m, Dance Music. 12,30 p.m. Meét the

Commonwealth 1 p.m. Eve Becks (Piano)
Li pm Radio Newsreel 130 p.m
Twent¥ Questions. 2 p.m. The News. 2.10
p.m, Home News from Britain. 2.15 p.m
Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre Organ
230 p.m. Variety Bandbox, 3.30 p.m
Sports Review. 4 p.m, The News, 410
p.m. The Daily Service. 4.15 p.m. Music
from the Movies. 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice
4.15 p.m, Programme Parade, 5,30 p.m
Generally Speaking. 5.50 p.m. Interlude
6 p.m. Saturday Night Dance Date. 7
p.m. The News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis
7.15 p.m. Behind the News. 7.45 p.m
Eve Becke (Piano). § p.m, Radio News
reel 8.15 p.m. Philharmonia Orchestra. 9
p.m. The News. 9,10 p.m. Home News
from Britain. 9.15 p.m. Musie from the
Movies. 10 p.m. English Magazine. 10,30
p.m. Think On These Things. 10.45 6.m
Weekly Sports Review. 11 p.m. The News



‘Time






~

ABOVE are some of the
Yachts that will be sailing
today. The first three boais
are : B 1 Gipsy, D 2 Imp and
Shamrock. To the extreme
right are : Mischief, War
Cloud and Peter Pan.

The Shamrock is not sailin:
this seasun.





pected to give some good per-
formances.

L 12. Dawn. Owned and skip-
pered by Arthur Evelyn. A
sturdy boat, recently scratch boat
in the “D” Class but »zomotea
this season to this Class. Has
been fitted with a new suit of
sails and should do well.

I. 18. Clytie. Owned and skip-
oered by Sidney Nurse. Veteran
boat whic! has been racing
successfully for many seasons.
Gives a good all round perform-
ance and should do well this

season
“D” Class

D, 2. Imp. Owned and skip-
pered by Geoffrey Johnson. A
newcomer to the ranks, was bull
by her owner last year and gave
an excellent periormance in the
open Regatta. Will probably
sail as scratch boat this season.

D. 3. RKainbird. Owned anda
skippered py “Corkie’ Roberts.
A well-known “Snipe Class’
boat with many tropnies to her;
credit. Can perform well in any
type of weather

D. 5. Nod. Owned and skip- |
pered by. G. Carter, One of te
smaller boats in this Class. Per-
formance somewhat erratic bul
sticks to the game in a sporting
manner.

D .7. Sinbad. Owned and skip-
pered by Lionel Baggot. A scratch |
poat in this Class, giving a snap-
py performance at all times.

D. 8. Peter Pan. Owned and
skippered by Eric Raison. Another
of the smalier boats in this Class.
Sails really well in hard wind.
Last year’s ‘Cup Winner, and
will have another go at the Cup
this season. |

D. 9. Olive Blossom. Owned anc |
skippered by Winston Hassell |
Another of the scratch boats in)
this Class. When in good trim
can give an excellent perform- ;
ance, |

D. 10. Van Thorndyke Owned
and skippered by R. D. Murphy.



Was not very successful last |
season but is preparing to give!
‘hot Battle’ this year

D. 12. Riinbow. Owned ana|
skippered by Dermot Bynoe.
Somewhat erratic in perform-
ance last season but has been
spruced up and loaded with more



speed for the coming Regattas.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.19 ‘a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.57 p.m.
Moon (First Quarter) Jan-



uary 5

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 6.20 a.m., 5.57
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to yester-

day: 2.54 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 83.0°F.
Temperature (Min.) 72.0°F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E

(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour

Barometer 9 a.m.
(3 pm.) 29,905.

29.971



By Jimmy Harlo

It HATE TO GO, BUT



| S.A. deares
240 For 2
In 3rd Test

DURâ„¢AN, Jan. 20

South Africa scored 240 for
the loss of 2 wickets to-day when
the third Test cricket match
against Australia opened. Two
wickets fell before lunch for 75
runs, but then Eric Rowan and
Dudley Nourse, South Africa's
captain came together and stayed
for the rest of the day. When
stumps were drawn, Rowan was
not out 133, and Nourse not out
64.

The pitch was
sponsive to, pace bowling, and
Hassett used his spinners more
frequently. Rowan hit contident-
ly against both speed and spin,
and always appeared confident
This was his highest score in the
present series of games, and the

always unres-

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second highest of his career while
it was South Africa’s best third
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in which Australia won the first
two Tests. The first wicket fell
when Wynne turned a ball on to
his stumps at 32 and then at 75
Nel returned a catch to the bowl-
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African third wicket pair were
en top and raised the score to 83
by lunch and to 174 by tea.

The Scores:—
SOUTH AFRICA—First Innings
133



Eric Rowan not out
©. Wynne b Bill Johnston 18
J. Nel c & b Ian Johnson 14
D. Nourse not out 64
Extras 11
Total (for 2 wkts.) 240
Fall of wickets: 1—33, 2—75
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Miller 13 1 50 0
McCool 13 3 35 0
B. Johnston 17 3 35 1
Johnson 16 5 38 1
Loxton 5 1 31 0
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Cricket At
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THE second day of play of the
Second Trial in preparation for
the forthcoming B.G.—Barbados
Tournament will take place at
Kensington to-day.

Mr. E. A. V. Williams’ XI is}|
playing against Mr. J. D. God-
dard’s XI

The game commenced on
Thursday when Mr. Williams’ XI
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TAGE FOUR THF. BARBADOS ADVOCATF. svn !ti>\\. iwi fmmjS^sS^fWho Are The Liberals ? I bT Tb* A J i ui alS Co IM. M. iMfl *' %  aapi %  'Saturday. January 21. 150 LT. 'L. frank BTTJ Caribbean iisiom*. I'nion THE Commission ot Ihe British Caribbean Customs Union at its final session in this island during the last fortnight reached agreement on its report which will be submitted to the various West Indian Governments and to the Colonial Office. The report itself was the result of a colossal amount of work by the two commissioners appointed by the Colonial Office which formed the basis of that done by the entire body. In December 1948. when the Commission was appointed as a result of the Montego Bay resolution on Customs Union, the many items on which customs duties had to be paid were categorised differently in each island; now they have been given a single classification for the entire area. This in turn can be referred to the tariff structures now in worldwide use. The recommendations of the Commission stress the advantage of having a partial free trade area in the British Caribbean. Imported articles once within the area, will be subjected to the same duty in each territory because the entire British Caribbean will be treated as though it was one land area. It is realised of course that until the whole area is included in at hast %  partial unification, there will bo little likelihood of gaining the advantages to be derived from any kind of closer association. It was not an easy task to classify some 649 articles which hitherto have been subjected to seven different types of classification in the various territories; but such is the achievement of the Comiun. The contents of the recommendations have not been published but the Commissioners will undoubtedly have prepared a practical proposal for adoption by West Indian Governments This proposal will have to include the formation of a Central Advisory Committee which would consider and make recommendations on any changes which the local legislatures desire to make. On that Committee there might then be an Inspector General of Customs and Excise. This officer would have to be young and energetic and to be able to undertake frequent travel throughout the area. The various urgent changes could then be made and ratified at a later stage. The main disadvantage of free trade in the area is the fact that each colony would LONDON. (By Maii) Depl'* Uw (act tint there were only eleven I-ibr: bars In the last Parliament Bar) repreiented two and • halt milon vote*. So IiberaUam in Great Britain is tUl a potent poliUcal furte. The Ubtral Bodetri which i* the foal ot all literals. Is based on certain fundamental principles which, applied b> changing drcumatances, five differ*!.-., pollciej at different limes. The basic motlvtforce In Liberalism Is the belief In the individual. That men and women matter. Respect for the person Is. therefore, paramount. Inmviluals mult not be done down. Secondly, liberals believe that men and women must be assured of true Justice which can only come by the proper distnbuUon of power. Hence I afaiiut mi-mipolics. the and the tyranny of the "closed shop." Thirdly, that political action should aim at benefltlnf .Tie It ( il Frank river* Hurts'-la* year old thief Whip „l the Liberal Party in Ihe late Parliament. recofnWeil as the romlns Irader of the Liberal Party, has written Ihe f*ll*s*in* article for InImuitMial News Service on the alms and obiecu •* hr. •arty In the f*rtbr*eaiaf atei Hon. Col. Byen was aae of Lard Montcomery's *tafl officers at the invasion ef Hi il, and was one of Montrumen* planners of D-Diy landing In Normandy. He has been represenUnz Ihe north em division of Dorset rounlv since 1945 and his debating power and oratory has sent to the forefront the traditions of the oae-tlme famed British Liberal Party. India. Pakistan. Imrma. and will continue alonf What then la to be the future cf British industry In a Liberal Commonwealth? First and loteBBOSL there must be an end to the two fold slanflnf match which one side says that private enterprise Is magnificent anl must be maintained a< the other side advocates the abolition of the capital. and Its replacement by fullblooded State ownership. Both these must be wrong. The duty of a Government is not to run industry, but to create the conditions in which individual, firms and industries can make their maximum contribution lo the welfare of the community.. There Is a place for public enterprise The Port of London Authority created by Lloyd George is still Os*j of the finest examples of efficient public enterprise at work. There is a case for the nationalisation of electricity, fas and Cevlon ena'. Dut such nationalisation these %  "* Ihe end of all trouble In the RIFT IN EGYPT II. F.lir Maimi PARIS, (By Mail). Reports reaching Western diplomatic cycles forecast an increasingly serious rift; between King Farouk of Egypt and Prem.eri Nahas Pasha. „ One diplomatic official, known M an expert on Middle Eastern affairs, told this correspondent; %  Things have deteriorated so mud result of the bad relations between the King and Nahas Pasha that a new crisis may develop. This might even lead to the birth of a republican movement and replacement of the Mohammed AH dynasty by a conservative, semi-feudalistic republic' ,„„„.„ „.,.. .. „ .... M S"rbel.eve U>at the ind "y hut the mean, by which who., community and no, merely <*+ £*,*£ cirTe K. SLJL "2 SSSJT ,/**£ fw 1U-BAI CROWN MALT EXTRACT DUXES FUL.-ER'S SHORTBREAD R.W.B BAKr.l AUSTRALIAN BART' BASTOS FORT WINE—la*. B BASTOS POHT Bottle.. I'sually 38 1.45 .25 .51 3.00 1 50 4 OI.lt > \ III-. VI OIIKS • 18 IS %  l 2.11 I-* one secuon or claa. at the exfuture M %  ">'," crm ,„ c ^ Uminalod „ tallrtMuon and pen* of the remain.ler By cm,J more Oonmm and less >re llowKl lnf r „. op rnunfty, the Liberal do, %  * and ">• "?\£^", !" ", No one would suggest that the the parish or the nation, but the come the desire of the^Colonial ]ron fc swo| |ndus r> ^ wlUlon of mankind conn !" '^*"* !" monopoly practices or in a hlfh ry class, em latu* wiUiln the Commonj|liable to duty imposed only at the particular rate in the colony in which it is .ion was optimistic that its recommendations would be accepted by tha vanius governments concerned and a ni„ nut man thai Cuarto m i Union will be an immediate praiii.il pr,.|, : uiKlations will have been laid. In any consideration of poluu.il unification of the West Indies it is an essential. ble without In ty of others. There is no t*sac ,,, —->— Liberal Society for direction of merely lower the standard labour or the entrenchment of living of every nation. """"',,,„. nrivileae Thev are fundamentally free Health linill Lp What oollcies then flow from traders" but they are not blind The truth of the matter i, that .,* h.l£r" to the difficulties of transferring the wealth of this country has In international affairs the Libthe world from tariff protection been built up on private entereral Pare* teUevmf Iml.'asit to free trade. Nevertheless, their prise but in doing so monopoly d'oe,rn'rae^hafwayT'beenin object Is crystal dear.andMb* and restrictive pr.eti.es the forefront of every movement is to remove all barrier, which crept ,n_ It to establish collective security prevent fte free flow of men Sr^Thl Kl reBore . comand to preserve peace on the food, and Ideas over national wh |s vlU |0 Kf new basis of ju.tlce. Not only did it fronUere. support the Leafuc of NaUons In the Held of home affairs to the full but from the ouUet one mlfht say that the motto of it supported the United Nations, the Liberal Party is without Prejudice." coupled with the Veto Wrong burning desire lo see the elunThe Liberal Party pointed out ination of suffering and an inin a deputation to the then Forcrease In the social and indus%  ian Minister In 1945 that the trial progress of the nation. provision of the veto was not The Welfare State has almost problem today, however, is how only wrong in principle but become a term of abuse but not u, live within our means, for at would jeopardise the working for Liberals, for they can claim the moment we as a nation are of the United Nations machine the credit for pioneering most, earning less than we consume. lritaelf This belief which has now |, not all. of the social services creased output at lower cost must been proved correct was based „ h lch we eniov to-day. Old-age be achieved. To this end. all ic-upon the fundamental principle pension which was oppo*ed by tions of the that it was wrong to have one Jhe Conservatives, the full scheme provided with faewUvtl law for the biffer nations and of Industrial and National In*>^ !" rmiun, „ another for the smaller. France produced by Lord Bewr'Z'^T^aS ', Liberalism can truly claim to l0 ,e. p.mlly Allowance and the ^^^^^"t"^,'^"^. the be more nternational than Health Service, were all of them antec o( „ t ,,.„„„ ,„, ,„. national This doe. not mean liberal idea, supported actively creased ou t pul Payment by rethat there Is any lack of patriotby the Liberal Party. su i u ( profit sharing and I ism in the Liberal Party, but Liberals are determined to nen uiip are. therefore. that Liberals believe that the preserve the Social Service* and application to-day Mass wage problems concerning the world have always made It a cardinal demands by which both the slackcan only be solved by tha full principle that benefits under ^ ^^ the worker benefit inerii, and loyal co-operation of nations suc h schemes should be related C au*e Inflation, but increased IttOfJtHlff to the coat of living, for In no wages for harder work and highIt i. for this resson that they other way can hardship be r efficiency are lo be welcom. supported any move for the avoided. The problem Jo-day la Reduction in Taxation A reduction in t ever, can only be This official went on to explain that recent reports linking Farouk's name with that 01 Nanman Sadek, a 16-year-old beauty already engaged to an Egyptian economic expert attached to the United Nations Organization has raised a storm of protest against the young monarch's private life. The European and American press, he pointed out, commented on these matters in detail, and even the moderate and conservative Times of London published letters from readers bluntly criticizing Farouk. International News Service learned Pans that the Egyptian Ambassador to London recentlv visited the British Foreign Officfl to protest against publication of these letters by the Times. The official who received the ambassador replied that, while the letters did express the views of the British Government the British press was free to comment on every subject. Meanwhile, sharp observers of Egyptian affairs believe that the recent campaigns against Farouk have a political aspect in which Nahas Pasha's Wafd Party and somt British quarters are interested. In the International field the primary ob Jective of the Wafd is to conclude a treat; with Britain that would settle the remaimn outstanding questions between the twi countries—protection of the Suez Canal zone and the status of the Sudan. Farouk is known to have a distaste for allowing his Premier complete freedom of. action. On this occasion he may act as he did on three previous occasions when he left the Wafd in office for a limited period of negot.ations with Britain and then suddenly fired iiahas Pasha. H u r ry!! These are selling c.uickly Ualoh Oil Stoves 2, 3 and 4 burner on Stands Single and Double Table Models. STOVES— Singh B|J BOX : I 8" SAD IRONS COAL OIL LAMPS and LA.NTV.I WILKINSON & IIA VMS CO.. I.Tn Successor.i, C S. PITCHER & CO., LTD, Phones: 4472 & 468" I .v//#v**-v#v tmm Ckratt JCew! toti MIII i MI. ill oi HUM: l.il.MH CHEESE W..MOMIN In Shells TEMIUC LEAK TEA HUN/ .t SAl'CE Kit tl 1 M 1VIIV kISSE HANOO CHl'TNEY M SM I I.V IPORATEO MILK M UCAM BEEF 8ACSAGI Mill I fiAKKV BAKIM. rimllEK Pet lb. : .. 11 M 1 I'er II .. Ik But this time Nahas Pasha may opposeiS PINEAPPLE JAM the King and refuse to step down. ObserversK JAC mis itun caACKBU believe he is determined to follow party j ^ACE^cHHtitii.s cailicy regardless of interference from tne|| IED K II>N>I BBANI ... I j Palact s Should the King dismiss the Wafd cabinet % Sttlltsfl'ltl St'ltit A <.. Lid. —a constitutional prerogative cf the mona: B -and decree new elections, Nahas is expected .•w,v/////.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.w.w.v M Jose, a. 1U in.rtKUlC.on, a certain amount f fuller^consultaUo^ and ^co-ope !" not^w.iether wu. the^^la. III.'. xalii reason that Truman's Fourth party to auch an action) DUI retjuction in Government exj* Point in which hiHfl w.whrlh.-r sufficient incentive can (ure c^,^,, ^ CiU1 0 bvio'i*vly mutt embark on a bold mm h nivi to lnrtutry to i DBIWg be made by eliminain.,. adminisprofram for making the benefit* ,ho national Incomo and wealth mttve waste but tho obvious hig of our lcicntlnr advanee* and to such . understood that the representatives worker by a flat rate tax to work overtime without fear of being robbed by PA-YE. of an HK r. as ing proportion ot his additional earnings. I are determined to look at the facts without prejudice and to solve the problems confronting them on the basis of common sense, social justice and regard for ktual The Lit is essentially a Party of progress The t'on.u-ivatiYc Party has proved its inability to advance in the field of social progress. The Labour Party advancing in social progress is proceeding along the wrong industrial road. The Liberal Party toad is indeed the nitht one for Bi t N -and __. to stand firmly behind his party's claims that it represents a huge section of the Egyptian M Thus, some western diplomatic quarters bcttMt ltlj: lf lnis conflict reaches dramatic' 1 proportions, an Egyptian republic may come into exi-' Given the geographical strategic import-: ance of E^ypt. any such change would certan;Iy l>e of great interest to the western ( powers. This is believed to explain wn United States last year appointed JHnnon' Caffery. former ambassador to Paris, as am-j bassador to Rgypt France also has appointed i key diploma! to the Cairo post. He is Maurice Couve de Murville. former political director of the French Foreign Office.—I.VS. VM'H Expelled SOFIA, Jan. 20. Bulgarian Communists have expelled Dobri Terpetbev from their Politbureau for "lack of vigilance", it was disclosed here today. The Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party met on Monday and Tuesday and voted unanimously to remove Terpeshev and six others from the Politbureau for "laek of vigilance and failing to cope witii work This followed a report by its Secretary Volko Charvenkov on "the I to be earned from uncovering the traces. The fight for its utter defeat in party work and future tasks." The proceedings of the committee were published today in a communique in the Communist Party newspaper Rabot nichesko Delo. The newspaper said that the resolution and a report of the Committee'* proceedings would be published. The Central Committee also elected two new secretaries : Todor Jivkov and Georgi Tzankov. (Rostov, Communist hanged on December 16 after being found guilty of tftttOQi espionage and plotting to overthrow the State) (Keuier.) YOII #.Y ATM LIGHTWEIGHT WOOL [Mr In Paisley D^ijnsalfiH ALL WOOL TWO-TONE In Assortrd (iiloiirs ffif <,OU X iOH THIS ii.iitr.rt (one in and make your selenhm In* DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Olll ill AIM IIS SAYx Hi ilain NalixiM J \i L;< IIIUM al Ihe I \|M IIN of Ihe W.I. To The tdilor. Tht Advocute. ot Wesl Indian, now Wel lnulans Thti highway already a n-rrow parluularlv during ihe rak hour., il Leprosy will be ol iBaaTCat ta Malaya, w In Nigeria; and s: Mi(. -It u time that wme furmul buy Argentine pickled pork winding one, and heavily traversed About ten day. ago. there was a "On May *. lM fl you publi-sli..! one cannot doubt, throughout ou; ther exposure be mad* ot the instead of Canadian And both at* by motor a. well as pedestrian funeral In this same district, and a short account of the Ml ;..-! Empire whercvn treatment meted out to the people at the higher prlcas tralno. has now become more conwhen the 4 p.m. bus reached the the new sulphone drugs in the exists. Sciatic* has provided us of this Island by the British GovCONSUMER gaated. because of the space ocarea, ther* was a complete block, treatment of Uptosy in Maliia, with a cure, it Is for us to gel eminent; and th* poamibl* dis^^^ b „„. ,,,,„, un „,, „ ,i mply becaua. persons attending and in tauuvj the morale of tho the cure to tho people. TheeMenruption of our economy if It cont.lr,trn,ly ,./. „ e „ s ,„,. „„„ |M ,, 0 r„.,.,de the funeral, had not the mteUiPatlen" We have jujt received a tial need .s an adequat. *£ m .t r^nt inciaent U the ^^ *• g ^ ~J J^MV^^JSi RUSAR.U ^"^SS tPJ^J^^ It^u^StiW^ Whlch can ** tdhe ^ 1 t0 cl *'"'TV twcnt> ,ards. Wttb the nd. a siluatiim .ro*^ that w ^> our lo Thls ue( k £ W|lhm ^ ^ !" ^ SlU fSru. to ortttTthU item U "> Pwlble. but It tm btm imresult that oncomini traffic (rom hopeless, and of course, the bus h(K £ ln lhr ^ xlWm Ik tin ^^sMUiieHere the mice Pssbl " complete ihu unm %  is. meet at some point and driver calmly switched off his a b^^,,,^ .-I Cdnnot ^ .s much hiher than that in Cai.au,n ro""'e tesU have b-ii tried a block occurs. At this stage, inmotor and awaited the result llcm ^ wrilcr was ent.tl.. wholc da or the United States and it ou'. We hope to be able to pubhsii stead of one or othci ot the drivers After a rcnol o( some five minutes. fcV —old and new." In this the burden. Thev must keep a sense meMlh t .impelled to *omethinj definite in the courae reversina their vahicles and allowmore th-r. one paswiaer allfhttxl children showed wh^t h^pptucJ ot proportion, and leprosy it only of a day or two. meanwhile w*j ing fr# passage, bus and lorry from the bus coming from the \ 0 a person alected wtl ,, %  of the diseases me ->v engage each cily. and proceeded to complete the ,>, the past anu in buy at thr higher price. 1 arc doing everything possible %  Offers have been made by Canadistribute current available dian exporters to local businessequally as poasil men at attractive prices bul they V SMITH. bad to letuse because there QtJMnl ItUsIM would be no license Issued for The Barbados Eh i-ort of Canadian pickled poration Ltd H Am inkoly i'leaaa allow roe to call ijl attention t *hj! .rut subsidises i be readily community is called upon to pay at the i avhe another aSatisfactory state of producers U* Pt few d... inpany has been d.gging has tunnel from th bee., buyingCuban sugar instead bury Road along Barbarecs Road. other fn a flow of BBTSJU, | >,irney on foot. iiig that he should have the riant nf w-v. with the result that tin '..buses are held up for several minutes, at no concern at all of the respe. This Is %  say between !l and 12 noon and Five yearhave been twtitei lng away iiise, chairman of Ihe British • "f* 11 traffic Empire %  redPUe*ts. over St HESI TriHitmrnt of Lrproty %  >re in Barbados wheie les have been made %  r ot patients in Hospital, a recent letter .1 at either end oMhe arc thus lng"attontn to the emclency of represent the first ti.. ^Iphone drugs In the treatment become a mighty flood A, %  PICS. I Good Cause on 1 prosy Re.. which for 2b \ear has joined handg ho are fighting leprot.wssssss the Empire. It is a hap%  thin the pov-i one of us to give hope to mow? no have been > BARB. %  SSSSS/M** IrSpeeiaU HHt Y1H It lH\l< 6m JACOB CBACKna PIAMUT BUTTER unreal BOLOGNA SM ,I.AD in tim liANDWICH SPREAD ANCHOVY PA DUTCH CHEESK 1-Ib. tin MILK POWDER — .91. FRESH VEGETAUI.hS Kensington Grown OX-TAII.S, RABBITS IAW JS 38 SM? DUTCH BO ORDER EARLY FROM ~W0 .•.:•,:::::::: % %  %  %  %  .:: %  .: %  %  %  .: %  .: %  % % % %  %  %  %  % 



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tlT l' MlH Jin %  ) -i. urn,. —— CLASSIFIED ADS. j! ,BlM ^ 4D0S ADVOl III — I gagst PH 1104 lit PI'BLW SALES I*" n ,01-llB P" %  a %  • if* -HCTION I MtKSERVED Al'CTION SALE HOUSK — Monday iw, .. "•" A'"" Mr -| |j|7 aVl.si-*, i THANKS -g*Tsl>vel •*• lc thank —1 tympaUii'Sown %  •i to Ihe death "1 VARY %  f-TtaN Millar -eon*'. Clarl** •"S^n, Jr.hn.on and Edith !" J^lilwtftitani. CUuda Blenman Cicil %  '•' %  W" %  no) 31.1.50-In Lteur "... %  •• JK** of IS.. IJUrk Bor". %  Ttllly cm with Uuntu it" |W grtBpatr.V tanderod them in — -^apt btlMVMntnl KTMiomd by jSb"! Mr Hobcrt n I tk ui>*ni|nM gratefully return a. t. family and fjland* al*o CV tggg wf4*4l and .tympalhlaad ^Til attended "" %  'eral "< -rttizAiirrii ROC* ot Near to*. Si U,n on 3F.h Dftnb.r. 1MB. %  Rock; Clil ^LV Wilfred Hoc*: Amy Rock. r uhendi El*a Rock 'grand-MBTUm of %  EVES "ho IjsCJMrtra IhU lite „, S an Tun In the l*t*\rt* of ihoae you H MI to die. I Km 11.1.3ft—In IMIM mf-moiy l Our who dIM 1UI Januaty 1444 WW* of "v wlgr nl crlcl (MMTT turn* back every leaf LfUaill to W cone HVMor., bul inctnoi! lenivg Children. Carmen. Charlie, to* Evelyn Goodrtdg*-. a1.i.**v to. ertf lolr rtiemor) -I our near %  AMELIA MHJ IP ho dB | tha> 111* on January 20. 1939. M %  I the path she trod iW Ik* year. %  '"d her | M\r the ml 'Hit (Jod *n Millar ihuab jajryi i!l l —*.— %  %  iupii. u £ on applhMllon al nw ofc Dtod thU ITlh d*y of jtnuuy IMi O C WILUAJM. "otmrrof Tr4 Marks iA.t Virgins Children Love Red Bean Soup The School Lunch Programme of the Virg.n Islands of the United States, run for all children in public and parochial %  shook) aims to gtn each child a good meal daily. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By loMttirtton. from Mra. Vtma who lol of houMhold rumiiun .1 St mi' *n J,? !" jJJ^^u !" !.,. ,,0X1."& T. n ilfo" '~;" a ,"^'"n"o"n' AnSfSS: S ci o~ r* ""'V " ,ma •** D'ARCV A. SCOTrT^ AtMUOMar, .. II I-30.-4I. RE*t P*rr*TF ^^r?"* '" I"bl^n>ofl beard BLTlyyarga iss? v"?o v 'l, T '5. 1 ,-"g-" II I - TAKE NOTICE • MEIXO.KUtM" LiL^l! ^ rt M nu '"urtn C r.Til tf* i^T !" 1 1 Hl Oacl 5S2S2t-.*JT' "* %  %  pp "* d ,or ,h racialrallon of a trad. mart. i„ con. "•Cllon with -Tabl Maratlnr" ani " un* monlh from Ihr ,Hh da* nl '• "• mMnilma glv no'.lc* in dnplic.ita torn* my oAc of oppl.ltion of nicti ilraik>n. T> i^do ,.. „„ „, "tn on application at my oV* OaWd Ihta JIth day of J.nJLy/w? G C WILLIAMS, K*|litr of Trad* Martta .A*.' .l Ml—3. FOIl RENT HOUSES FLATS f'.lly furntshad with ftefrtccraior and Unen al Indramar. Worthln*. j '' "*•' III f —LfJa. 1 IIOI'SE—At Worthlnx Oolf Club Rd J. ,?"2r ) ? n £ App, Andw Evvlyn Golf Club Rd. or Dial MM. NOTICE TendVra aro invltad for Ihe ciclu'lv. rtrht to aall liquor* ,t, M d t" aer\'e luncha. and i M t at Kmnnauin oval durlnf: the Tournament. (ApproKimatclv from >bru"ry Tih to Krtniaf> 2UI | Ttda are a bo invited for tha> tronaportatlon ..f the BtiUnh Guiana Team from Abbeville Gueat HOUN to me oval .iunr.it the tournamvnL Tcndera mu* raa.h the tindcrilimrd %  C. F. Hanikon Jt Co/. Office V?! U, "_ ,h n -* "> Monday "icrolo. contalmni i Acre. 2 Rood.. 31 >*i Michael Idaaily .ultabl* for dpxlopment aa a Buildlna EitattIn.pectlon any day except Sundiv. I^lwa^n lb. houra of t X am. fZTttfi •I in. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m on apnli ralkm to Mr. Ronnie Glllan. on -hpmnjM. Dial SHI Thr above property will be art up for Drldaviown, on Friday jrn paiwnt. krhaa ind kind . ..einory you'va left r awtaf amUe. rour jentle fac< > oa Dear A.Lan. >oiar taak ia at 1 awing lunda van do no more Uat Almighly m>ni tlieo Ml and eternal Charlie. Lana Mir (,!..,. %  'ioodrtdM (wtlvl ana Jean (Children I. %  iMaaai; ol EUUl.^K .\I.ON/.A HAN iJackapa I Jaauan JIM IMS I #JI aia.r. u-.-aT.ii ui bui-t thai %  %  aftriMi bagln to nng natfa.bMr It Ihy vkClory *UV Whore .. 1 t Iwai II, r %  . %  ,,i our Deal I— ... kMrki on heavan'a door. wtl at renumbered m Buby I (wilei Bain UPM. Gra.. ..,,. i Mil. i unaii) .;,'... JtXA. fiiin plt..e Capri Hill SAI> mOTIVE -v-t eat I ttD," 4th \venur. Marine Oardcn*. with about lO.tOQ aquare feet of land will be -ered or aalt at the ?^*^. "', U| "" "nder-iane*: on Thuradav. the 2nd day of February. IMO at 2 p.,,, Thla freehold dwelllnahouae con taint aallcry. 2 public rooma. kitchen and pantry on around Boor and 3 Mdrooma bath etc. on flrat door. Rieciric. aaa and water aarvkcea. The houa* hai recently been renovated tVon c, "" d ""^ ln **cellent condibv appointment with Mrs. . 8. Bynoe. Dial 1310. Further particulam and condlllona of MM apply m COTTLE. CATTORD Ar CO Sollcllora. 21.1 JO.—lln January 33rd. The AMoclaUon don not bind I lf to accept the lownt or ai tender. THE DARRADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION INC W F IIOYOS. ntonoraxy SacreUry. • l.St-a, NOTICE Wa bag io thank our cuatom*r for lat patronace and to advlaa that %  hall not ba receivi HOUSft-Fuiiv fumaahad al Woodatd* c.rden.. nay St. Mid-February lo June I hone 3la> n | at—an month. PhOn* 44.1. IS*—t f %  "NEWHA\'EN". Crana Coaat. full? lumlahad. OaragM Sarvant Rooma Superb bathing beach, rabruary. March. June. November; 1-ecembar; $m 00 per i-wnth. Phone 447e.l.M—t f.n CIJ:RK—Irnrnadialaly Junior Clerk for mVw Salary Mw 00 to S 00. Depend receiving any Laundr>' :.t lB on QuallfkaiUoaa and eKperierce eatabiimment altar today, at we are f"ucceful applicant mutt aaaum* duClat ,-?,*'* ^ lr "i'" 'ho Wt. inat. All thoaa * 1" Fobruary. Apply in paraoii with *ing Laundry there are requeated to written application to the Secretary call for aarna on or before 2Mh mat. Rrkalafn Broa. Bay Street 11,1 III;IMI niMim J 21.1 SO-3n 19 1 .l:i The meal congiits of normal portions of protein, vegetable and fruit, one large slice of butterexl bread and a glass of milk. This meal is served once a day in I vuv child m Bt riiu.'t...s %  ad St. John who wishes to participate in the programme. There is na 'hargc for this sen-ice. At flrst tho children found It difficult to enJoy the vegetables which wero served, but It has been noted that now there is some improvemer: in the acceptance of a varied diet. The most popular dish served in the programme is red bean soup. FARAWAY st. PUIID coaat. Mitt 9" day whw this '* rved, all fumiahed. Oaraajaa. Sarvant Rooma. plates arc cleaned and the child* Bathing beach Fre*. March iM. s I ren completely satisfied. This re[fleets the eaUng habits of the ,children who have been conditioned to this diet. An attempt has been marie to include in thu dish vegetable juices and totnntoes to reinforce the vitamin content. Along with this programme, it seems imperative that a scheme of education on the value ol various food items be introduced. Teachers, parents and Hot Lunch workers can contribute to changing food habits in the children by maintaining a positive attitude In encouraging children to eat vegetables. The children enjoy milk which Is served daily. They Ukt> dried fruits, meats and che*se dishes. Last year fresh fi*h was •Brved and this proved a favourite. Another popular dish is Spanish omelette prepared with a creole sauce and served with spiced beets. It is interesting to note that the children of kindergarten level enjoy all foods. It can be said with ecrtainn that since the beginning of the Hot Lunch Programme, the nutritional level of the children has improvThis is bound to bear fmr V iUE MMIM I M WANTED Old Kali: %  Carliale H _. TO LBT I ESPERANZA Fully fumiahed 1 bed looma, drawing room, kitchen etc rompiete with trtgldalr*. Hi mllea from PrldgWown. and on the lovaty .mat Beach Apply: Mra J A I-onealar Oarage. Mount Standfaal Jama* or Phone SI-J3. ___^ 11.1 M—n at WAITED HELP SERVANT--A general, arrvant witn good knowledge of cooking. Reference cq u I red. Apply WOODVAKE. Plna Hill >t Michael. S0I.M—3n IN PORT ^choonar Holly N Jooar ''•' Sch. Bakruaan, s AIoM Scott. Sch Francaa W. Smith. Sch. MarlS* **"• Wnl v n A*glnald N WaUaca, Sch JUrea rnnetta. V.cht IWa.e. Svh %  Sch Barca ARRIVAU a^K-ri*^ rwoo'". M IO, n t Capum i X ^ boh1 ,. Inm . Lucia Aaent. 8 *l??^• ^ 0wn • r • Aaaoefatlon -** T n •*•'• ton. net. capt. Haaell. from SI Lurta. Agent D L Johnaon. Eaq. cAf M !" *••.' %  Mil lona net. lapi uornn, from Brttlah Guiana. Agent. DaCoata Co. Ltd __ DSPARTI BKM Sweoiah Banauentlne -Sunbeam" ?M lona net. Captain Beetkland, for MarUnet. nlqua Aaanu DaCorta Co., I-.d M.\. "Lady Patricia 291 ton Captain King, (or Trinidad Agent Johnaon. Ea<|. ror at. l.ucu: Mc. W. D. W.,d, n For Domtntrar Mr .nd Mr. C R Howoolham. Mn. A. CobboM Mr P A (•oObold M,„ M MMMII.'. Mr | || 5rn M. A D Bovd. Mr R II j„r,„. 55 1' £ W Po,> ''x !" s T. Lmt "o3 'infiM !" Sl l ""'' d M Fo Monlr*rr.l .1,. j. HMr. Mr A l-or Anlt.u. Dr .nd Mr. L. R ll u Uor, ^r Bormuda: Mr and Mr. A. Orfor Do.lon: Mr. F. T. Bum. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION" _.,u,,f.n,.,„. ,K 1B .'ZZZTTS:, L t-.sr"2"„ ,v „ %  . *?? % % %  %  ;T"A Bl MUrM U; s a Dulvmrtljk SS ^ ,£Fn * r1 <*: *-. lUarlam; Whir* (*V, V M V Ifn^uay: S S Vin.irn M V K M . a Itr^l. 1J Caao HoohSrS> ti. A.",'"' XV. Mormactid.. 9 s Haclftc Shipper. h*gnhlld: SM p P, UU ss Powe Jf'S^'-fta?' I ?"' : ••* %  L td q^or: ir„. L= ph """ haT: S S Fdeniield, S S King Ptonaarreaf; SS Oottlca: SS Cait%  I'* B W i t 8 B „ 3 —*"—. S Forreabank. S S Alcoa Roamee; S s Rnordar M V Helena. SS Mo*l ; SS %  B Nomaaa: S S Atlantic Prod'fcer. 9 S .-jlppar: S S. Defoe: M y sT Kallhr^ a 8 %  %  Bu,n,rn " % %  '" s ^ | Clean ADVOCATE PRESS ROOM WANTED: Young Lady with know• Ofc or shorthand and typing for general ^>fhce work. Apply in writing lo I.. J ttniiama. Marketing Co.. Ltd.. Br;a Slreal. 1S.1.S*— T THE undersigned will offer for Sale *t 'heir ofnee in Jamea Slratet. nridgeio-n on Friday the 271h day of January UJO at I p m. Thp Dwelling Houac called "DEUIJ^H" nia the land thereto belonging containing J 7 %  ?"'* '• %  altuata at HaatlngC Mai Church. The Dwelling llouaa compritwa Cloaed Canary. Drawing and Dining Hoomi [ %  ..It"...,!-. Drcaing Room. Toilet BaD and Kitchen with Electric. Wafer. O, M %  <' % %  ,-1..,pa rggaallgc Scrv.nn i i(,.,,... -lid Srrvant'a Tollat. Inapccllon any day batween the hour* of H a.m. and 4 p m. on appllcaiion on i ha premiaea. Fi>r further partlculara and conditlonx ol Sale, apply to;— HUTCHINSON A BANFIEl^. Solicitors FOR SAI-E OR RENT Farley Hill. •it Pater Old Plantation houac with "f-gr ballroom. Dining room library, fourteen bedrooma ale Ideal for convartng to residential club. For detail* \lply to Bradahaw Company. 4.I.B0.—tXn For Sales—Confc/ NOTICE RC ESTATE OF ALMA SMITTEN NOTICE la hereby given that all par. ona haviiiB any debt or claims againat be Etlata of ALMA SMITTEN deccaaed. '"}'?' ^• c m "'" Vllbiga. m the Pan.i, ^'Michael m this Island who died %  "., rt <, * on ,he IJ "' *•> %  of oclobei raai agaj tWgggaaa |p |gnd pagilgngari "f their elajgaj duly .itteated tVlh* un ?.?', ,,f U* d ucl n Uoyd Lcorock, Station Hill. St. Michael on or before the 7 day of April ISM after which dale shall proceed lo dlslribuU the agaa .'., J?* ,J*eaaaBd among lha parties a tilled thereto, having regard only such claim* of which I ahall then have hag notice and I will not be Maple for ^?T! or *" y P* 1 1 'haraol so Ute nf ALMA SMITTEN, deceaaed. 7.1.30—on I LOST A FOUND LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of DA COSTA INNtSS ol i*an Gap, st utrhaal for permifion to aa.l Spirits. Malt Liquor*. Ac ai a board and shingle shop attached U "•J"*'" 1 < %  Oap, SI. Michael Datod this Ittn day of January IBM E A. McLIOD. ^^^ !" Police MagutrBie. Dial 'A' Signed LARETTA INNISS. for Applicant N.B.—Thla application will be com. "V 1 " L c ""n Coun lo ba heat ':L^EZ *; %  otftrtet A", on Monday the KHh, aay of January IMO M ( I uclock a.m. Police -'OULTRY UULTRY-U.S HOP White !.rr ia. 8 week* old. From USA. Appi> rValter MacLcan, Chapm.... SI. 1.8t— m %  9TO* T^.. Corg, ligh.Baaing Motor <> *fi^ C B. Jo.,c^ "*>!* at. nECHANICAL MICVCLM: Herculea Silver King. o< .mn. all modal* In gree n and in blaci V Hame. Si CO.. Lid Dial 447S BICYCLEMi Green 4 Spaed Raleigh Apply Darnell Wevke*. Chapman* Lane 20 I SO—Jn TYPEWRITER—One Underwood Standard Typewriter almost New. Apply to •. M Cl.rke, Jeweller. No. 12 Jamea St 21 I 60—In •4ISCELLANL0US CAltTSTun Crank Carl* and HarMMi Apply to The Manager Pitcher .'onncl A, Co. -SJ Roebuck St 31.1 SO—In. TYRESTruck and Car Tyiea 790 I TOO a. 30; 30 K 5, 000 x IB. S00 x 1 O x lg. 400 x IS. 450 x 17: 9M x i 0 x IS. Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar St 20.1 SOt I I OFFICIAL NOTICE HAItUADOS IN Tilt AKSIHTANT COl'RT OF APPEAL itqalUblt li>ri.di<-|| sn SF.IFF.HT RA.NLEIGH HOWARD. Executor I I'laintiffi of Will of JuUa Howard, Deceased. ALliAN FREDERICK BROWNE iDeftiitiai.i. IN punuance of nn Order in thla Court in The above action made on the lth day of Januarj. ISM. I Hive notice to all paraon* having any eatate, right LOST TYRE & RDI of Lorry M-1442 Alonr !he Wharf. Baxter. Road and Spoonatllill. Finder pleaaa return *ame to C A. Olbcon. Whlta 1UII. St. Michael WALLET—Containing Caah and K.-.r Ticket Sena* II 9UI and ProAUhla Paper*. Flndar return same to Ekn* r.rifflth Co Uanaral Bu* Co. Nelaun Street. 30 1 SO—in. ed. I Mllip S S \RRIVALK— %  > B W I A L i i am ST. LUCIA: Iron. TRINIDAD Jvk Knight. Eve Knight. Junrt Uinc lftll. Dorccn Rock. John arecc. E\elyn, John Kumfrey. Mun .el H>amlrc> Myra tYagwell. Weisnuprr Aachendorl. Joseph DM Boulay, Panu-U Mitchell conn Bellamy. Jamea Bellamy, John Anthony Mitchell. Ralph Cnnie*. l*n.e Perry. Robact Qlenn. ElUabeth Glenn, Jean tile. Andre Hoih and Jamea Claraatca Plaaa o lL John Fwrnandea Inei (iuunr. Hofat. Mom* Waxier. Robert Frer Theodore IUmaa,v. Dori* MolUr. Mai Sahga. John Thnrnaa and John Un I %  in H W I A I tnlrannt io BT, LUCIA Philip Lerode. lUrry Athinaon. Dolorea AlkBM AtkJitf In more healthy, alert "Tudents | FSIT? JSS?*''. DKPABII Ml For TRINIDAD Mr*. Imogwiie Snath. Mr. Arthur Smith. Mr laurence Greaves. Mn Met Burger.. Mr Will.m Hniraert. Mr a *J d u subsequently in healthier adults. MalnutriUon has been one of the ma(or health problems in the Virgin Islands of the United States, and it is hoped that the Mot Lunch Programme will contribute a large share to conquenng this problem.—c C ihony Atklnaon ..nd Sybil George Scalv. Mr Srhle Pilleradorf. M Spencc. Mr. A T BhllJ, M Mr Joaeph Du Boulay. M Presion Alexander, M MAIL NOTICE Parcel Mail |*a H V, n ..nt. Grenada. Trinidad and British Guiana by the SS. "I-ad* Nelson will be cloaed al the General Post Ofnce at 13 Noon on the 31*1 Januarv. IttSO Registered and Ordinary Mailwill be loaed at I a.m. on the 23rd January. 1SS0 la\ I ll>>II \ I MUM I INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns 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 or unincorporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and 'iwners 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 Department 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 cloaed on the 31st day of December 1949, on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not situate in the Island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January. 1950. F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE: Any person failing lo nuke his return within the dae date will be liable lo Bnc not eEeeedlng £100 and not leas lhan £2 and will be prosecuted unless a sails factory reason is given. 10.1.50.—19n. Shield*. Richard Shannon. i Archibald Ham lntrnru.il for ANTIQUA: Robert Newton. Cyrus Mitchell. I*wi. l.tWtmaji Courtauld and Virginia Court-old Charles. niarkfieifel Ast-hendorf Srhnrfe. Mr. Jack H-.vley. Mrs. Carmen Cod-brook. Mr l>neat l^ng. Mr Leslie Gltten*. Mr. Nectahal .ind Mr Jriters SHIPPING NOTICES The Sk-hoonar ftelqueen will accept Cargo and I'aaacngrr* for St Vincent. Sailing Monday 33rd .rLH.irv The Schooner "Endeavour Of" •Ml accept Cargo aitd Paiwagaa* for Trinidad. Sailing Monday 23rd .A COSTA Ar CoLTD. AgS-nt*: Barbadot JBK %  "I i IIIUM Mi CANADIAN SKBVICB • ALCOA PLANTKR-' "ALCOA PATTUOT Sailing every l*ro i fanuary tlh January ISth January J2nd February 3rd. S S 11YFJOKJJ sails NSW YORK iUVlOB from New York IJth. arrive* I Itarhadot 23nd. a o a.^. -„A..^5 W **ANB gVIC l*h'jg,? >A KOAWOt "• "" N <*'-" %  >"h rjaceanber. ml „ 30lh 8 Janiiar?! A RUNNBR " %  trwn New laana 14th January, arming Apply: DA COSTA ar CO.. LTD. Canadl-ji Service ROBERT THOH LTD. New York and QuU service any lien Ba*ni GALVANIZED SHEKTKBert Grad. •ft and Sft. sheet*, from IIM and VIM ahUg they last. A. BARNES at Co.. Ud Dial 4444, 4474. 13 1 50—t I n GALVANISED SJtEETB—4 IX.. 4S ft i, ft St .ind 34 sTuage. Apply: Auto Tn Trafalgar Street. Phone SON. FITTINGSOalvanlaed pipe. All aorta to IS Ina Phone 4444 Barnes a* Co Ltd I.13.4S—ILa. SHIHTS-Whole*ale and Retail. Facloi Hoyal More 11 1.40— UP IsOYS SHIRTS aV PYJAMAS — The I,. Ral Stu.e. 17.1>e— I3n tt.l.l -tfa SRIng r *'V R Krk 1 i n-i-i %  %  tape*urt iT~ ff 1, T -' 1 1 '' *MI1 Al 2 %  ^ wsrd. p,d( HaJ|. 21.1 21 1 RV-Ra. CABIN MOTOR LAUNCH. Bril.*h bull and brae* fitted throughout Filled Witl. 45 h.p. Oray Marina Engine. 7< farther particulars apply to E A II* Three Houac* Factory, St Philip 14 1 SO6n he Cabinet Piano in Perfect onditlbn. Apply to Ml* Keren M. Adam. Claphewn Land. Cti. Ch. :i I win k new asaorlmant of Diamon' "ling*, t cL Oold chalsw, chgag. pocket u Thca, HO watch strap* L M CksfSkB, Jeweller, No. II Jamea 3R 21 1 SOI'. I-ANTERNS. Kerosene Preaaura Lanterna. 344 candle pow-r. 417.14 each, for "inergency lighting. A Barnes A Co. Ltd. Phone 4444. 21.1 M t.f.n. LAMPS Complete largakw Larnca •-. BMrajgf gag) flowrred C*Wa*BN2>. 'mill "4 each. O. W. Nutchlnaea A Co.. U4 Dial 4333. 31.1 SS.3n V nerkan Flashlight* iiant at a special low puce of 41*4 each. ..-VMM. a. Co.. LU Dial 4S43. 31 i J* -In. affecting all that certain piece or parcel of land situate .1 Mas, .h Street m the said parish of Saint John containing by admeasurement seventeen perches or thereabouts bullirm and bounding on land* now or late of F E Cumberbatrh on land, now or late of A. Toppin and on lands now or lale of S. Small and on lha public road or however else the same may butt and bound, to bring before ma an account of their said claims with their witnesses, documentand voucher*, to be examined hv me on any Tuesday, or Friday between the houn of IS inouni and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office of Ihe Cleik of lha Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown, betoie the 23nd dgy of March, 1*50. in order that such claim* an !*• ranked according lo (he nature iv thereof repe*t, %  wise such person* will be preluded front the benefit of the said Decree, and bo deprived of all claim on or against the said property Claimant, arc also notified that the> mutt attend the said Couit on Wednesday, the 32nd dav of March. ifBO. at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said claim* will be ranked. Given under my hand thi. 14th day of January, IBM. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal. OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS. IN rat \ssi-i \M i in itr in Mil M Kg a liable larisdUtlani SEIFERT KANLElGH HUWAHD, BxecuW 'Plalnliffi of Will of Julia Howard. Deceased ALilAN IllMlUiU K IIKuWNE > Defendant NOTICE it hereby given that by virtue of an Order of the Assistant Court of Appeal dated Ihe 14th day of January. lM. fhere will be -et up for sale to the h.ihctt bidder at the Office %  of ihe Aaautant Court of Appeal at lha Court Houac. Bridgetown, between the hour* of IS mooni and 3 o'clock m the afternoon on Friday the 34th day of March. 1464. all thai certain T %  eel of land aituaie at Massiah Street in the said parish uf Saint John lonutinina by admeaauicmeni wentein perches Of thereabout* butting and bounding on land* now or late of F. E. CumberbaKh on lands now or late ol A. Toppin and on lands now or lale of S. Small and on the public road or howcvri else the same may bull and bound, and if not then sold the said property will ba sat | up lor sale on every cue feeding Friday between the **me hour* unUI the same 1* sold for a sum not leu lhan SHI 174. Dated this 14th day of January. 1444. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clerk of the AeaSsSM Appeal PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1949—50 All persons wishing lo nuuiufaclure FANCY MOLASSKS for the I purpose ol export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Export Acts 1937 and 1939 are asked to apply to the Department ot Agriculture for an Application Form which must be completed and returned not later than ihe 30th January, 1930, after which date applications for permission to manufacture Fancy Molasses for purposes of export cannot be considered. E. A. B. DEANE, Secretary. Fancy Moiasses Control and Marketing Board. 15.1.50—3n I High Blood Pressure '.His Men & Women 1 wtce a* many women ag manTuf er from Higb Blood Pr.aaur*. wh|. .. ^. m 2!*J? ou. d f !;*"' ,h t %  <"" >i">ul the time of Charge of Ufa a. Ufcg real oauaa of much haat JoJ£ nd later on of paralytic *iritt < ,, MB armploma af High Blood Pre* • %  %  • U >*rvouanaaa. h..aa.!-. p and kaali of n.ad and •!.. ,,„ jeura 1. ha^l dtwin.aa. *U•alfc. palng tn h.arl. pa.plfaiin, -' *Ueav leee of ssantary ., j aaaa aT aallr aaallad. faar sag WMT 1( m SgS^fSfez^S r!fl T ^TT*7-}*•Hi,h m,^ C SR 1 '"f* ">"~ !• • '• %  Su ST. ~5H f" •'• %  ui i.. EDUCATIONAL. ALL PKRSONS irticalM In Ukins a roura* will, lh, B.r.n.11 Colivaa. Ud.. ShaAaM. kinrji, %  •.Maci ihair rvpraaantaUw J it Hur,l,. J.ic.vllla. AbbavlU, Gar rtr,... Chr..i Chunh. Dial 1115 It.l saFOR SALE A newly built BUNGALOW in Nelson Road, Navy Gardens. 3 large airy bedrooms. Verandah. Drawing •nd Dining Room.. Tiled Kitchen with built-,,, lllp "oards Tiled Toilet and Hath, running water in all bedrooms, 6aragc. 2 Servants' rooms with toilet and bath. Standing on 8,000 sq. 1. of land. No reasonable offer refused. Dial 4321 between 3 am. and 5 p.m. 21.1 50—2n. KIVF.aalDt: i I.I n : ANNUAL CARNIVAL DANCE en TUUDAY tut IVhruar, 1KMI al thalr C!ua> Room* PntM lor m, Coatuma. "rK^it' 0r ~" We".*" AIWMMUN IIV Til KI7T 1/. BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY • Phone 2336 Hastings Hotel. Place their services at your disposal for the Sale o( any Property. INDUSTRIAL ^ COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL No cost to you unless we sell. Should you desire to buy CONSULT US. NOTICE "SCAFELL" — £1,900 ST. PHILIP %  M\0\ A III \IM,\ REAL B8TATK AGENTS — AICT10NKER8, SURVEYORS 1'honr 4040 PlanUIiom Huildlng. via HUM r ii i.s, Wnle HEKKXLCY LEHtJE Churrh Strecl. SMghtelOw.i. *** Peter 11.1.44—S For Sule-Contd WSCELLANEOUS at 40 cent* earn Buy cor i now. they are available at G % %  Man ft Co Lid. Dial 4BM. QnitThlTl tWff^PT %  '.aioen srvcar%  I SMI each I.im.ted oju. at Co.. Ud. Dial 4333 FOR SALE The undersigned will otter For sale al their Office, No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950, at 2 D.m. The Dwelling House called "CARLD1EM" and the land thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church. Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunte, "Bratton," Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357. For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— COTTLE, CATFORD St QQ, 11.1.90.—19n. i af lha fallaala* MAf.AEIhgg fa, Saaaarlpua., ... •. %  ,..... JOHNSON 4 STAtlOBSJiy EDUCATION WOODWtiHKl.il CHILD EDUCATION ABT AND CBAFT aaaa af Hot at PAINTING BBLSSISS Jttai Opeaad by JOHNaON %  HABUHAar. TRACHEK TEACHERS WORLD kN sis. lawled I* IMI LADIES! Begin 1950 the Ri(hl Way .... THAT IS THE 'DOROTHY GRAY' WAT. WE have a complete stock of Dorothy Gray Preparations Drop in and let us explain their uses and help you with your Cosmetic problems COLLINS LIMITED. , Broad Street. HOLIDAYING IN ILL? ALL information regarding delivery of a Vauxhall car for your use in the U.K. can be supplied on application to Robert Thorn Ltd.. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4615. 17.1.50—6n I Chrislian Science I Reading Room S 1ST FLOOR. BOWXN A SONS iBnMd fttratt) B Hours : 10 a.m.—2 p.m. ( Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Fridays. 10 a.m.—12 o'clock | Saturdays. *. *.! Utla itoom lha Pl.l. ud j a, caiataaa s>,.r,c u.i-boo.. s ..,-.,. .,. ,i..„ h „,.„ K ( < IVn." 1 *""" " A ">' %  %  DDI may ba re.d. borroa,., a. purchaaMl g Visitors Are Welcome UNIVERSITY fOLLHJE OF THE WEST INDIES. Admission of Under.i.uiii.ut-s in October. 1950 IF suitable candidates present themselves, the University College of the West Indies will admit in October, 1950, about thirty underKraduates in each nf (hgj K.irulties of Arts. Natural Sciences and Medicine. The courses in Arts and Naturul Sciences will lead to the general degrees of ihe r laondon in those faculties i>nd those in Medicine to ihe degree of Bachelor of Medicine nnd of Surgery of the University of London. Application forms and pamphlets giving particulars of the necessary cj.ualii.cnt.ons, entrar. i ssj for tuition. I'f.Nidenco and TTtsmlnotifTrii may be obtainoffice of the l.CKistrnr. UniMona, St. Andrew, Jamaica. The closing date for applications is January 31st, mo. 3.12.40.—4n. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES. Open Scholarships for 1950 IF suitable candidates prr':niselves, the I sity College of the West Indies proposes to award up to six scholarships b from October 1950, of which not less than two will be in Arts and not less than two will be in Natural S The awards will be made us the result of examinations to be held dunng the week beginning February 27th, 1950. Candidates must be under the uge of twt-nty <>n Januar31st, 1950 and niuvt tuM passed or be exempt finm the matriculation examination of the University of London. The emoluments of a scholarship will cover all tuiti ti .nut examination fees %  nd ii odi farther financial assistance, a grant proportionate to his needs will be made. Application loims and pempnlets giving fuither particulars may I* obtained from the Killivti.ti Uni\-i;ity (.Allege of the West %  St. Andrew, Jamaica. The closing date for aptilications is January 31st, 1'50. 3 .2.49I:. AND GENTS Wear VISIT THE NEW BOMBAY HOUSE Lucas SL (N-. Oh-., N.B.—Somethini.. Oh-** Away lo Each I'ur, husor of $1.00 ssgf Over.



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r,M t TWO nil. BARBADOS ADVOCATE IW %  Qahib Calling H IS EXCELLENCY Ihe Gc\ernor has gracloualy consented to five hi* distinguished patronage and hope* to attend the Cabaret Ball on Fb 4th, which Is In aid o( the St Philip Baby Welfare Centre end the St. Thomas Children's Nutrition Clink. ,„ Master of Ceremonies will be Mr. Eddie Cook who 1* well known for hi* singing and jovial personality. Besides those already mentioned as taking part are. Mis, Poreen Roberts. Mis* Barbara Jordan. Mrs. F O. O'Connor Gitlens and the Misses Sheila and Gloria Walcott. The ladles in charge tell me that tickets are selling well and the evening promises to be one of great enjoyment for all those who attend and at the same time they will be assisting in two verygood causes. * > Leaving For England M R. HAROLD BANCROFT, who resigns as Manager of Seawall Airport at the end of this month will be leaving for England re Ifilh on the GaJflU. accompanied by his wife. mm - They're Off l LL Hands on Deck' At 2 30 POCKET CARTOON brOSBEKI LANCASTER %  I < ihmt ae su -l-trti of oar Ml BINGER are on a month's pleasure iTip through the West Indies, stopped CUM Still On 1 R KAu-ri Ci.oAt, Government Arcnuect nd Town John Harrison's An Class, Uta motnlnj, at Mr. Harrison, 4i prawn! in oitrii-u-, has nao. to postpone his return until Monuaj. The class will be held at Wakeficld as usual and will oegii; at If.lS %  %  Enjo>ing ThemaeNei M RS. VlOtXT UE S1LVA, and her daughter Imelda, who arrived here in late December from St. KitU, are having a lovely holiday and may decide to settle in Barbados. At present they are staying at Spooner's Hill, St. Michael. %  at **> On Carib Survey M R. JOSEPH C. FARMER, head of the Ministn Aviation, Tele-commur.. Branch accompanied by Mr. A. D Hodgson, Director General of Tele-Communications. Aeronautical, left Trinidad by B.W.I, yesterday on a short visit to British Guiana. Mr. Farmer is on Women's World Aooloaavthi.'afleVnoon! as"the in here during the week from sun breaks the silence Trinidad by B.W.I A. for a short Hay the 1950 YachtPenod^and^ans staying al ina Season will On Pleasure Trip M R AND MHS CHARLES A BINGER „, Ne. V who -JJJg S^^SS^TSSL.^ *> mm Recently Appointed M ISS HELEN PILGRIM was an intransit passenger on tho Lady Rodney", which left BarChildren f s Corner Rupert and theCaravan—13 be on While Windsor Hotel and their skilled crews They have both visited the bed M on Thursday night. Forbattle away against each other. West Indies before, but this Is mtrij an Assistant teacher at Un fans wllLSr at the Aquatic Club their first trip lb Barbados' which Clrls Hlgh School, St. Vincent, giilih rTuthen' bv"urain "them and Yacht Club, along Burke', -.ajsT ^."gjg ate has recen.1, been appoint. ^^.rnbulaS? X% Beach and some even on the said that the onl) id which in Senior Assistant Teacher of the, and let baby walk He na (fiofi Commit. Ilasnie. He lead* a trade delaheld a eocklaH parly— conon to Germany. The part, KrioB Ftnmell. 71. unlh t*i hil lend off. Oe'.tjttiom leader Mr. S. A. Umtam firew Utttc*. I fhe it:.' Make The Baby Walk Hidden Maxims A double acrostic here is shown. Of fifteen words of equal length as well. Its PRIMALS yield a maxim quite well known. Teaching a precept that its FINALS spell. 1. What idle gossipers are known to do. 2. A compass, without needle, tho'; 'Us true. 3. Unlike a top. It's spun before ound. 4. A disobliging waiter this, I've Mud. j. Individual,"' this word implies. 6. Often used to shield the * mot'risti.' eyes. .J 7. Something that is turned on \ when LB O 8. Unites and may to happiness ^ conduce ** 9. Enjoyed alike by tramp. rich and gay. 10. Found in the kitchen tubs on washing day. 11. This is a certain kind of KalhcnnK. 12. And this a range that many know who sing. 13. One oyster here and there this may disclose. Climbirn catetu.lv on to tecond bc>. Rupert s#: neat ; :ile mor.krv If*. arms. Come l :ri*hind ol me now. '" * %  ne tay coix.ni.lv. l< mutt have %  xen you rhai I >**'<* -n*n incajad *> %  *• ldf ol ,he eu,y oerore." Btppo climb, on shortl v c> Returned To Caracas M R J. S BTORR1E, who represents a large linn of luigineers in Lngiand over in Lai r a c al issd Banor J. Abasolo. van is on construe .'tonal work Ji Caracas have enjoyed their hart nouday in Barbados and were guc>4 at "Cacrahank." %  Michael'*! Watts was attached to %  Eon entering Krdis'.ui. College for training At the expiration of her training, she was appointed an assistant.' at the Model School On Holiday M R. F. II. ATKIN. of the Hotel de PH idad is now in Barbados for two holiday. He arrived on WadMKiay by B.WIA. and III staying at the Hotel Royal. • • M R. NATHAN BILSKV. I |*> tired businessman of Ottawa. Canada, was an arrival on Bundaj by T.CA. for about three weeks holiday and is staying ai' the Sea 1 rilSSHMI'll 1 J J j* (^ %  %  • 1 1 H ^ 1 h %  1 1* _n i -pr 1 1 Hof Public Health Officers, Dr. Gibpens slated: -Some babies ire prammed all day long with no chance of exercise. As a result they slick on rolls of fat or have a breakdown of their digestive system." Declaring lhal "one had only to go to some public park to see big fat babies, who could quite .Ik. being pushed along to which reference is made above, by their nurses." Dr. Gibbens aap *w**t *%rt~ wiinii *|i*n. Aia.vuj>Kka< •IUJKUUI oi M*qi ;o tpjo.* n n*d>j u*iid( aw\ puv ikuu .wu, AT-3 si ir*^ M -*.S C! oilV I>tt II -pr.*. ot aa lotoi %  > wicv L "am i>j3 s *uiii • xns t ***V 6 1WH I mi epjo* IIMIJU JUJ, a*|,aiA 14. A fruit-destroyer, so the story goes. 15. Whal this acrostic is to one who knows. "Primals" and 'finals" refer, of course, to the first and last letters of the IS words. If the correct words are found, the first and last letters, reading vertically downard, will spell the two maxims IhtLights Hickered E l • cuis ag-ui had Vlew CuMl *>"*. several Cinemas out of action •* ** High And Low i -day morning, when iemas out of action last night. However. Wit of a small generator t: as ublc to put on their O .i.ir Friday "Talent Niht -day morning, when Now and again the lights i.. i'olans was here, „,; duillli ,,., tr irs were Dverte i iio break in Ihe programme, rung by B.W.I.A. for about a trying IO gt a lady tourist to sn<( the am aU urs pul x,^ u beg,. we ek's holiday and are staying at mre t icir ear. Their ales Alk „n 0 their effort, bui once again Ho*l Royal. w !" .r'*,^, 1 *' .. ,., L thv *rowd was uniiecessanly noisy -Take this car Madam, tt s the lt times. Winners were Phyllis latest. The second fellow not to collymore, Evans Bascombe and t* outdone cried. "No. my fare is Doro.hy Marshall, in that order, cheaper The third one piped Mr Maurice Jones Manager of tho up • Give me a break Miss. 1 know GIob UAii lht audien ^Trlng the $T^~Z^ L !" ^7*7 12PU2' •** ^ ! *oW be returning ?". v ^"f'" ^i^ lnn Back Again M R. NAIM SABGA and Mi John O. Thomas, mcrchanta : of Port-of-Spam Ti-inid/id. and lagUlar visitors lo Hi. were arrivals on Thursday morComings and Goings M R JACK KNIGHT of Cable and Wireless and Mrs. Knight Well the cheaper Mluw won ,„ Trinidad on Monday. As th* Suiyose as soon as the tourist introducer of Local Talent Nigh.* trade Is over these chauffeurs1(1 Barbados he will be greatly will return lo normal life, and missed by many cinema-goers we Baj.ns will have to pay the By ne cnd of lhc ast contM holidays with their relatives. acrats 1, aeur-Oa s uselu! fellow la a barfleld. ii. 4 and 7 Down. May Ufcuslly os a m jrour ra?ount puo. (5. fl). a Following tha ey you'd notHw it anend. * 10 and J Down. 11 a poisonous. 1U II. Hi*ionea.iy lainoua ^mporary place ol Dirdmt-u. ifl llifM you a wKH choice. ii. 15. Land of lies. (41 IS. Bird that l returaliiK to Hide. 17 Seldom .hruua!. lustU'nuon lh %  %  >:d •hoe*. (3) OUUIK thl In a wro. 24. New '.line. (5. J) %  J. 14) • IMWN 1 A 1 ii vu> la a uifiMi under iSKiaf. ifli 8. Bee 10 ACFOM lurk nil ODK.J.. and uiei a., t> u an %  1 --..y garment. J1 , So* 4 Acro*w AAf use pua<:-.ion woea no* fsil. in. if The n**<-t • A quaaUon. (3> M .Mdv'at SMcr.ee. .4) 11 hu no enstn*. i6l kppeai 4t>> a ;>' ..;> a riot. (41 maximum, or use thv Ims U.K. Horticulturist Leaves #lt PETER COBBALD, a horMr Louis Spence, Controller of Supplies. Mr. A. T. Shlll, Acting Comptroller of Customs, Trtnlbwr, the ekvtric power f*"J;J""J ftJj:* {S^'lS" u ^7" %  ;:i i 3 e f ft^ ,0 B n w.iA rtt ^,cX" uled film was Uir TrinWl|d ^^ na( / a ,. endc a ** 'he final session of .tie Customs U.S. Visitors Return Union Commission and were stay nig at the Marine Hotel i ticultunst from D.< Kingdom left on Thill ling for Dominica where he will l\i K AND MHS W J ECK of further holiday before iT1 Washington, DC who came Mr Joseph l)u Boulav. planter returning home. He had spent out to Barbados about a month of St. Lucia, was an arm about rfO weeks here and waa i.go f lir lha winter p.u.l | twoB W I A. from St. Lucia on Thurs| at the Sea View Guest u..k h Guiana and day and left tlu> following day Hu returned b] for Trinidad He is the brodier of as accompanied on Wednesday. They are slaying Honourable Andre Du BouUy 0 f by hu mother. at th. Baa View Guesl House Pastries BY THE WAY I N HER noisome cavern. ong of the G.m.il ,:. %  iwd with ssnoka mm witto its wild refrain, I All'l lha Nattonal 1 imaged. A poUtteUa 10 conI ..it the dute of thinning a bat's she 'i. • teeped in a dl of v*.|>er's bugloas and hemp Wh< %  • id irltfa Palal raaa, ripped hi • %  .' t.igar.tiicauldron. Into this ahe and a quail' mustard undei moon, sainfoin, ttln-bt It, and :..g the ady Bfwl I IMP 1111 continued: Too Much Abuse "There is too much abuse on the pram. When a child reaches six monlhs. he should be pul on the ground to crawl about or dangled" on the knee. He should have exercise Dr Gibbens: "When children can walk Iheir prams should bo thrown away." The docior said that he was •.(stressed by baby troubles due to pi "My baby has never been in one. Prams do far more harm ;.<>od I Doctor Gibbens told his audience thai s Wfj young baby rould be put hi his cot in front window and that was s required. The only l point in a baby carriage was as %  social convenience to enable \ take baby shopping with them. Warned Dr. Gibbens: "I see •ass of knock-knees be| cause children live iheir lives in i prams To those mothers who give their young children candy and Dr. Gibbens gave anii 'linn "Don't give candy to children up to 'wo years of age. They don*, need candy and crackers el ween meals. "You see children sitting in baby carriages eating crackers and candy It is a lazy mother's '.rick She does not want a crying child, so she sticks something In its mouth." Concludes Dr. Gibbens: "I am anti-candy, at least for children under t..u." (I.N.S.) If Electrkilv is Available TO-NIGHT at 8.30 ,\ FORD & IDA LUPINO — IN -MAST I Oil pen to know thut the word cosnas, not from the Latin "itiia'i. B tU I the Moors i added the Bpanlah qttlso ificc from an obligation), because the i i to swarm outside the mosques faithful, and am .f the unl.nthful th.-/ could get hold ofamong whom was a certain water-, .u i Ii 11 daughter who hung aboul the the mosque ng Koo-Lukat-Fatti with l size of a football. I.itti'iiing tor fWn-la W HKN i read tfsal tw %  a man| SrCW was listening I knew that all was well. I see I.mi no lus noee to the sleepers, sunding astride a ralL hand cupping ear, eyes clouded with doubt and anv What I* ihu U(r. ao full of cart. And whcrain Itw it* I If a man can'l aUnd on a tailwa) n,,t And luitn lot a frirn Cewaala* D.D.T. Lsrge medium and ir..ail ,.i r T.n •• L int'aHlautttiHCwnA KaWDRIX I Ml" l \Il 0< K • III 1 ION* Monlv WOOUXV. Hobr,! STACK Inversions te word suggested by each di'liniUon and spell It backwards to form the second 1. A color o." gloom when inverted becomes a poet. 2. Reverse a word meaning It eat and get %  3. The name of a toy spelleu baikwarus in the name of u kitchen utensil. 4. Reverse a small pointed instrument used for fastening and it becomes a pinch. j. Spell backwards the name ol %  of a cnurch an** you have a man's name. li. Something used in Ashing when reversed becomes a number. 7. Reverse what robbers seek and get a necessity to an artisan. 8. Take a short sleep. Invert it and vou have a cooking vessel. 9. Invert a part of the tongue and it turns mlo n deep hole. 10. The name of B citTUS fruit when reversed becomes a :iame. I ltd dij. $ und .... | ( -', i MM i %  '. %  i u 4 i t .-j ' OARRYL '.:-MJCK cn-.tTioa. ELiA KAiA.. Now Showing (by Public Oemaud) at . ROYAL THEATRE — Mat. & Night Shows Daily %  %  '-' %  '' ;:v,::::'.::::;:::: HI-Ml.II I FOR A GAY TIME IT'S CLliH \IURGM DELICIOUS STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS + • +. + &f Thi Club Morgan I I I and PETER LACY .it tho Mate] atber Ez< p tional Bargains — ^B*** They Won i st.v Loug! THE WISE OLD OKI MBifaaa thvs*> HAII'.AIXS First Large Pony Classes l.i lur SI (Ml WhiU' Jugs 50c.. and 72c. White Sugars— 6(1 cenls I rs or ishtrays 6 centa (/.iyhl. .|.<|.II.II> 2IMI. PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to all hours-$1.00 Special arru.... ICCII made for Electric Carre* \OI \ I 14 (LIB t l\K>l A Mambars Only) MAT : U. TONIlillT l' NIGHT. 8.30 Paramount present* WANDA HENDR1X a CLAUDE RAINS MACDONALD CAREY in "SONG OF SURRENDER" A Dm .tli .i Thrilling MuUcal Background MODERNISE VOI II BATH BASISS-While. Green, Pink TILES—White and Green ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WAT1 Ii III >*_*, S and 15 Gallons HIGH AND LOW LEVEL TOILET SUITES VOKKSHIKE COPPER PIPE & FITTINGS—All Sites LEAD PIPE— 1 .". W. V. I 1 BIB & STOP COCKS &f BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED.



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^r >T |-R|).\V. JAM AltV 21, ia^.1 LOCAL NEWS 1111. K.UtHADOS AIIMX'ATr EGGS WONT HATCH fOR LACK OF POWER THE ELECTRIC CUTS caught housewives unpr~^d. Bui yesterday when the news that the cuts started „7„ davs ags would continue for a long time, shopper* a ,rted a run on candle supplies, kerosene lanterns uxj • olner alternative forms ..I lighting. Appeal Court Uphold Two Decisions Housewives told the 'Advocp'-" Li' h cuw hBd %  "ected them in w iren W 1VS nc sa,d "> %  < th children could not prepare then lessons for next day. Others Sftre afraid lo lay in a store of flying fish in the afternoon for next day since they thought that the refrigerators would be unable to give them any appreciable service. One young husband fed his baby by torchlight. A seamstress was disappointed because she could not finish a costume which Decisions of His Worship Mr. a baby had to wear to christenB A Talma and His Worship ing next morning. jgr E A. McLeod were upheld Those who depended upon elec^gMday by Their Honours M' tnc clocks for learning the time jTjl Taylor and Mr. H. A. * temporarily "out of date." VMKMII vt the Court of Appeal. Some city men who enjoy a h7r Honours increased a line morning shave with an electric E?Ld by Mr. E. A. McLeod razor have laid in a stock of safety •^"1; ._ inraZOI lllau and rfirnrc in <".. Increase One Fine ftm/to 40/rWil Thompson, an ex-P.... wU found guilty of having asMilted and beaten PC. 353 Uptley of District "E" <>n two JJ^ions on August 20 by M %  A. McLeod. Thompson was *B*d 20 for the first ofTem god that was confirmed, but Their utl razor blades and razors in case the cuts catch up with them early in the morning. A farmer who runs a chicken incubator Is worried that if the supply fe rut off for any length of time, he may lose several hitting* or eggs. Now that it is known th3t ih the %  tea h;,v Haneurs Wt that iftnce was a case of continued ne emergency. •fgnssiveness and merited .1 Javier tine than the 20/Mr. sjcUod had impose 1 Hi, Worship M.. H. A. Talma kid dismissed %  ' case which Jfcompson brought against Lashll* who, he contested, hod asnulted him. Thompson appealed against the dertSKMis of the Appeal Court in the three cases. Mr. E. K. Walcott. K.C.. repimntri Lashley. The fracas sta.tei when thrt really started again. there is no lack of preparation for "Emeline" Damaged In St. Lucia "Radar" Braves The Storm PAGE FIVE PARISH ROUND-UP Small Blaze In Rockier B*. Miihael. Markeu and Busber'5 Alley is ^ nor I largest Wayside erd J r the centre of this f^Wey. One thousand bags of rice, 500 bags oi charcoal, 75 wallaba posts, twomen who had not been friends 20 pieces of furniture and four for many years, as Thompson packages of personal effects, the caid. met in the clerk's quarters cargo of weather beaten schoonof the Lower Courts. Thompson er "Emeline", arrived in the isstid that Lashley had tapped him hu> d yesterday by motor vessel Vf-STERIMY MOBNINCi. on Prince w„„, m ,„.„., „„„. lh motor car (I 2211 driven b, J.me. . rnnton „, g, ,.,.,„ „ |u> !" underpin, hi. driver, MM. became involved in an ||||| | "it* the car • ,,,u niade 7, Rrllh Ashby. until recently u brief inspection Traffic was bssU ing on the btaff, ana it ig another (Kteen minute^, Uj dU..micipaiea tnatthe Staff will be perse the crowd wr33 ^Sfr-i." 10 ?^. ^ we)l v %  h""dred strong The Chru.' Church Girls' Foun—^____ oation benool took in 28 new Ci 1 n n. ,,_ pupils this term, and with its Roll 9lOlO I(M) V IU<*|1 K<} "' 141. il is AUed to capacity. a r Inere are seven Prefects 10 keep me ot la "" ^ pa"" L rf the School in order moniiuy insta.ments o: £i pc. A new Founda.ion School, which SUSS ^ in aWau 1 Ihrw "wnin* will accommodate 780 bovs and ,l l >r,s ,nm ent was imposed o.. 16. is contemplated, but it was ,\J U Wo ni P Mr. E. A. Mclearnt yesterday that no atifempt r^? H >'"lay hen he wa, has been made so far to choose !?£ d a *^\ y * "if""'"* "* a .site or erect thi* school This L a "* valued £3 4s oa„ new school will have an increase i,', P !" 5 er1y * S K Musajni i of 420 places over the old one. In the last estimates $175,000 was provided for the erection of the new school. mtmmmmm HARRISON'S BROAD ST. a NEW SHIPMENT AT THE OLD PRICES. MASONITE" § Sons Ltd. T. B. Radar" and "Daerwood". The T. B. Radar" brought only the rice. Thr "Emeline" was damaged in bad weather around mid-Januarv while bringing cargo from British (.in.ma to Barbados and limpeci into VIeux Fort, St. Lucia. ,,. ... r Captain Hazel! of the "T. B. Pit* I hflf I llPtfl liadar '"'d the "Advocate" yesrig 1 Ilttl 1/ICU Pr day that he left the "Emeline 1 at Castries badly leaking and Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tayalso with the foresail and half Jar and Mr. H. A. Vaughan yetof the mainsail completely lost today confirmed a decision of The crew were kept busy all Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, judge of day. he said, using three pumps KM Petty Debt Court. Mr. Hunto keep the vessel afloat. The arhell had entered judgment for vessel's two pumps could not do IV defendant Louise Tyrell ot all and another was brought into m Hill, St. Michael, in a case use. Part of the cargo of rice was h which Arrundel Holder; a destroyed by the incoming waColonies cannot be pan.laor of Weetbury road ter. The necessary repairs to the beneficial. Freer commercial exlas claimed £10 damages. vessel will be effected at St. Luchange between them \ Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared c a a more varied economy %  Ba 1 Unusual Weather 11.1 j . ._. — %  "Not for a long time have I JJHbout *tapitromTyrcll mcl wea her ]lkc J have ,_ E„ 1 w J n "S ,ed "Z onced on ""• ,r 'P'" so111 Captain MR later. Mr. Brancker argued Hazell. kit tke pig had been given glauOn Tuday the T. B. Rodar" m alts the morning on that left St. Lucia. lor Barbados. When „ H tint It wai bought and he about 20 miles oft VIeux Fort. nsc >**">"on there il the aues" standfast reporajd that ho Four acres of second crop ripe cones were destroyed by o tiro ut unknown origin which occurred al Wotton Plantation, at oboui r.18 pjn. on Thursday. Tho canes are the property of Ml Q s Kvelyn and lire insured. -PEGASUS" FLOUR, Alcoa l>iuu. ol lour to IIIP !>*|.. inWi... PIlM. I .. IIIIMI. •il. MSM IJH.-1. A. Co. BRINGS MILK iroucni .*oo bM THE ECONOMICAL WOOD WITH 100 USES 2.GRADES—HARD BOARD AND TEMPERED HARD BOARD Each in Two Thicknesses — 'a" and 3/IC Ai.iil.ihlo in Sheets:— %  : 7: S; 9 and 12 It. x 4 ft. Wide "MASONITE V THICK HAS A STRENGTH EQUAL TO !V ORDINARY WOOD. IT CAN BE PI...NED. SAWED. POLISHED OR PAINTED AND WILL NEITHER SPLIT NOR SPLINTER WHEN NAILED OR SCREWED. It is the Ideal Material for Wall Panelling. Partitions. Door Panels. Ceilings. Counter. Desk, and Table Tops Etc. Future Shipments are Bound to Cost More. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. PHONE 2364 FOR PRICES. st j Boreaford Gall of customs union. Announcing this agreement In release to-day the Commissioners record : "t'ostonu union Implies that all the members should have subolanttally the same Import tariff and that there should br aa large a measure as possible of free trade within the union area. Bui b an integration of requirements ss. UfKUrl %  Mm LADY NELSONMONDAY I*d> N.lion'' DUE The final moctlnii of tin mission was held in Barbados from the yth to the 19th .it Janu•ry, iwo. In iddltton to Mr. J. McLagan. the Chairman, and Mr. • ne J. (.iMlnfthcr, Second Commissionwas wounded, with a stone, I'.v ;m unknown man, white he was on Tudor Street on Wo* V ..uft have revived these crops. *<.ttl& One planivr said that hi niKUy frt.m Halilai N.nriprn IiUi.o.. %  hi i il. (imuHta and TtinidM. %  ii, (BarbadtM Advorate Jan || p%  tif ill ihe ". lnc following representatives never witnessed better January BAHBAIH>S V JAMAICA" other than attended:— rains than these of thU year. It is (Taken from the •> %  <,.,' tri**.-. undersloori th* Pnrtanr. u.-.li ,ir' i.-._,.. .--. trient l*~r Mr. E. J. Petrie. Mr. U. A. T. understood that Porters wiil star.' io-ua> tne tour. ill (ottsi Williams (Barbados); Mr. J. L. Krindiof canes about the middle al Kensington Ov.u~i^"ween*ih' which in natcher, O.B.I Mr B, V. n of February, weather permitting. Jamaica XI captained by Mr K tably tend towards Moulding (British Uuiana); Mr. The Parish Is 11UI suffering from K Nunes and our repres'vniauv,-" i British Honduras); "n acute shortage of fish. Rough under the leadership of Mr H B teas In this nrea are hampering O. Austin. It is vcrv manv ven[ ushing boats coHsidcrU>. turn will creating conditions inviting close: political unity. Common Practices Allied to any scheme for closer • %  to pitch the roof „f her During'the llnai pull for Barmo '"'"T* WOU 'l! i !" 01 *. *?? n Monlcgo Bay, J Hue and *he was obliged to sell bados. the weather had improved Bf !" !" laW ur!i a ''a b r ^ n lo ,he tember 1947. Its tarn • Pig young. very little. Wcsl Indlc, a mucn needed .. T> r Honours decided that the Ten passengers were on board *"£.,?,' jfun w M a matte,of chance and ihey could not put their heads ^J^?!??" !" ? ,s f C T P ''. C %  d;il *as not for Tyrell to know outside their cabins. Some of i^. h *ffi. P t ~ c l M** l tnere was anything wrong with them got seasick. No Pg Even doctors had to cut ct •n glauber salts. The iiy r sick since she had it and norninii tefore the sale tlon of the desirability of having common customs laws, common customs practice and documentation, common tariff structure and lenclatur ( %  ration for il K. Mi Mr S Bloomberg (Jamaica) Mr. L. P. Spence. .Mr. A. T. Shill (Trinidad); Hon. E. A. Thompson (Leeward Islands); Hon. W. O. Peters 'St Kitta-Navii i; Mr. D. R. Walwyn (Montserrat); Hon. L. Cools-UirtiKiie (W i o <1 w a r d Islands); H I inica); St. Uearge. An accident occurred on Constant Road at aboui 7.15 ajn. on Thursday between a bicycle owned and ridden by Gordon Topfcin of Kcnda), St. since a Jamaica team visitei Jhu island, and few Bcttva crtoketera of the present day remember that visit. Having had so litUe intcrcoum with our northern friends ano having built up a reputation foi Mr. K CUtteM Knlsjht, John, and another hicycle ownetl ourselves us cricketers amoiiK It II .| .lit.* Hull \ I' 11 -anai Piilellkn K.. 011. lltt_>._ _( nllue _ J . statistical .linn(."*• %  !. i/*t n. i in i^ao.iiK i a , _. %  . _u. ,t the vessel forced bags of rice Into &ch f ,hcsc requirements has M eaten with its usual vljou.the hulk head and caused some f!**'""' 'h. careful attention nf M. R. K n ,. %  lassiBaynes (St. Lucia); Hon V Anher (St. Vincent). Asked 99 interference with the engine. the Commission and although Ihe Term-. >( Krfrrcnce The Commission was apitointed n 194B by the Secretary of State llitvitv.uibc TTJ.a. ..IV CIIEIttVf% I# ^-s^ .\r ... .nviim.1 ir. Their Honours The -T. B. Radar" left St. LuCommission is optimistic enough or lhc CololliM [ollowlng x. sax nallswai Ihol Ifos I>AIU\F4 S.-.M S\JI ... .unusual to c |. the Thursday following and '" ..Ie was damaged. than are our visitors. From ihe display Ihey made on the urounds id yesterday how. HARRISONS //-VAW/AWAi %  aether it was not *plgi weighing 132 pounds, reached Barbados 'midnight "the cc *Pj We * a who 'e it.feels that on Ooasr AaaoeiarJon of tha BrttMayers of l^gecltffe. Mayers said have < -oine to the"onciusiin U tn*t ill said that she wanted shinsame day. acceptance merely of these comijh Wert i nt u an Colonies held at %  *" the axe was taken from the Jamaica team is J powerful those capable of judging PW animals before they could Ute death to anything. could be done, so passengers and Three Wills Admitted To Probate Unless there is give and take union Is impossible It was in such a spirit of co-operation tha, the Commission faced its dllllcult task and it is hoped that a like spirit will prevail in the minds if those who are requin labours." rew ate tinned foods and bread. Sea water broke over the bridge of the vessel, which is about 20 feet high. 211-Hour Trip The trip took 20 hours. Captain Archibald of the "Daerwood" said that he experienced similur weather but he did not fare as j n judgment on thci badly as the "T. B. Radar". The m'ThStrs" c vered ,hc d,8lance FIVE FELL OFF LORRY Other cargo of the "Daerwood" ^^r^K^^rh.?^?.^ was comprised of tresh fruit. inr ic, M) \>tn. drim * iv n waiMtn coconuts and pumpkins while aa taiwill llsae, CtwM cinirch bom that of the "T. B. Radar" w "Z.'l.trZX'io*.*. v.,n a..harcoal. fresh fruit. COCOnUtS ir. fc ,n. Krn.xUi Mawvar.l %  n d JoUph Df*K>. all ol PMmorv Vill*c. ChrMi Both vessels were at their "Jg .^*3;,r[S3-,i, '^! v ~r" •• Court of niyl'in^.* B lu "* berths in Uie inner basin of tho csrtl Jrd.r mid ih. A. lie oetnun. J,„i .. Careanam yesterday discharging n... ... ..!..,,. ,,„ IMO ..i ..... ,.„ ttUBth %  %  £?"' Si brojghl bv Ihe T. B. Radar" was S, .,... .„„,,.. i, !" d TI.. ... u K-„;' l „s; r r„i"f dmln c 1 i' r r. -* S<-pFoster Hall Road on a day last week. It is tho property of tho mea ~ ence an %  1m la consulWater Works Department. ,form ,. lallon with ihe ';. • • Custom, union is a complicated he e rritones in tha British Carlo'• Jow*. The lo of a wallet and opan arca the ,., ^ s valued 1/6. a bag valued I/*. :ooking '" I' co ncl 1 l '.w v "; vln " l tobUshment of a cualoms union containing J2..4 was reponed by .5 needs of all the constituent ternand lt) makp recommendation. Agnes Knight of Airy Hill. Sho tones demand, a high degree of lvith spoclri i rrs lr „ •, UI :i„. artlcaai were taken and the motion is apt to rem d compromise. ,.,, eaaurinj unlformllj In adfrom her basket on Sugar Hill for day. after the voyager ha combination, strong I with no tail and possessed of a very powerful battery of bowlen tin Monday our visitors had not nl i.'covered their sea lea.; and seven days' tossing in a .mail I rail like ihe "Remellk Is a oil rsperience to be remembered, — J"* petiUons for Letter. ..f %  ""hMion were granted and %  WU ol thiee iieoule were "KM to.probate by HI. Hon„ >6e Chief Judge. Sir Allan an n *P lc On at yeilerday's sitting %  •• *om. non to the estate of lather Ida Marie Helena •• Orlmth late of Uul air r W *. w M < unadmlnls. "• oy Samuel CArastophar "JJ ueeeased', late husband. •Wbon of Sylvi.,,, Allan Wil_^ of u ppcr Cnnlon s, %  ff,7 ? n, k l 1 "il'''''slateof S£/lidia Poster late of Upper spoilt. THE PINE HAS 19 MEGCRETE HOUSES WORK on the Government fouling Scheme I". ,n the northern side ol the site Occupied by the flood victims, i.s going on apace. The houses in their colourings of light blue, pink, etc., with the white streak between the megcrete blocks out of which they are being constructed, present a charming picture. laiTou', 0 *""' ,0 ' "" "*"' ""'" "' *"" '" &J K. W.lcolt, K ?n "Bmldinp of two, three and four "OUK. a unit., divided into four -*** Me..,. Hutchinson rooms aregoing up ^id the blocks *"'>• "^ '•' J !" „ I two. Mao St. James. %  Jut,,* of Leonard Clement of Upper Carlton. St ""wife Beatrice Ruth Desen. wuium, j, to o( tWi Iitand< Ujd out ,5^ Walcott, sanflMtt h ** ssrh Hutchinson rooms are going up and La*. niiiustr.ition ami ttisto'ns Road sometime last week. (b) the aalacUon and ti s 'Luc>. Both Fmnicld and nacaaaair staff CincludSpring Hail Factories, it was ing thistall I'M HI odalearnt yesterday, ure exp'rted to qt|ata nvlee); i.an grinding canes %  mind 'he (C) the | nit'ii Of this month. The IS <>r egard to Tore F_states .supplying fatr lW l with canes all show shins nf very premising crops. A.' Fairfleld. Mount Gay. Trents. Broomefleld and other Estates ol the Mount Gay Company. jraiM wore harvested recently and good l ilted. stepped down the side of the shi THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. the : n.ments who venue would the introduction of toms union; and the special needs of the British Virgin Islands. 1 PIGEON CHOW The most nutritious Food thai run he had for MjMfjg One of Purina's hcvt, ;iiiil nhtainable at H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. rprented the p.mak. it possibl. ti ^t them in a %  !" ,' tt d, of X*S.Wm," „ve each ol the ca*. .u^i.ingly short, time. !" no r ? X o l !" uS" 1 *'''Jn,...ed,o u r „h.h...r. t.^ U^ST-viS. tL' "r ..tln^countr.v-.de ,n the d..,^. %  iif u ,'. ,IM ''" Prubauj.were terday rj 1 ?' -" KunicofWe the en xx. "-"" Church. Jgarthi ing is Church. mffton late <,( :;i. and Rebecca Lovell late HUflL _. that the average time : erection of a two-room buildthe neatly arranged houses In their pretty colouring, a few "' ; n h;ee U ;or.Tour a .^ a d, h y i ; , , r nd -id, away, ** the green Aeld, a four-room, five days. o* 10 EMEMBER THE BATH More To Come The UVKU* egrets raport of ^•Plxaring in the Adli „" "ecembcr 23rd, 2'h?w V \ 1,ro, *' nc be *touT rE*.*; Mr H A 5*1 .K Advocate re5J>~ mls.ke and • ,*" There u no S^ht.ei Kh a CM h '* n •*fe CounT P0Ur0 Bodily Harm Costs 1.)/About nineteen buildings have already gone up and the foundations for several others have bean laid. The two-room building has a LLOYD BERR1S was fined 15/bedroom and living-room: the anJ 2'costs to be paid in 14 three-room. Iwo bedrooms and a days or one month's imprisonment living room, and the four-room, of by His Worship Mr. H A. Talma which there is only one as yet. vesterday for inflicting bodily three bedrooms and a living-room, harm on Caspar Collymore of In each building are provided a Green'* Lane, kitchen, two cupboards in the ing-room. !" d an apartment m CoUymure said he > the bedrooms for the purpose of a friend's yard on October 10 about wardrobe. A sanitary unit—toilets 3 30 pjn whan B< and baths—u built in the centre the yard and struck him on his or close by a group of four or face. BIG REDUCTIONS LADIES BATH CAPS Reduced from 3/6 to 2/Secure i From all Branches KNIGHTS LTD. 27 inches wide. Per Spring clean and redecorate we have new slocks of CONGOLEUM in squares and by the yard I 1M J10.47 S12.23 S1397 CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET HOLIDAYiX< m MiX ML K.9 Deliveries can be arranged in the U.K. for one of these popular %  • • VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details will be gladly |rM „„ application to ROBERT THOM LTD. 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S .1 I li i' by the Liberal "News Chronicle" *hi>w thai ihe advanup of Ihe Opposition Conservatives over the Labour Parn recorded by a similar political survey last Nov. i Hi per rent has dropped to 2.5 per cent. • The Him rhrnmrlr poliUcal i-ommentaUir. A J, i salit this sharp varlal* !o IhiGeneral Election data ra!" (February 23) had inirodurm a /fVlfii? I fla 01 really dramatic element Into the U ; U1 g I1C "truifle tor power it now seemed Ui have beeorat %  neck and neck race prospect (.1 a photo-lin; | added. ., The newspaper published a %  than indicating thitrend of opin"""*' w e u' J TT.'"," ISCLiS; [**> "' !" * m poll fc, s believed tt> be studyUig | pc rl „ di( ., 1]v „,„„. h( Uu ,;,.,„.,..,, glWtohtnitton Embassy s report „„.<„,„ m l945 whl .„ ubo ^ m Hie flatement ot Uean Acheson, swep [ l0 „„„.„ tnBKtn Secretary of state, on § This showed that the Labotsl aiplaaiat:. relations win Spain. | „„„ ,-,„, „, „ ,„..,, „ ,, M ,. ir N| The Cabinet was also believed | 9t6 vvh( .„ lh( t le be studying wheat purchases. WM .„ ls |„ w ,.,, and odii items. In ..,.!>• 1947. .,{ t|„ The only reaction In Spam so the British fuel br to Acheson s letter was from | (he two ..in. ,,, ; ,i m ,„, Spain May Be Studying The lieS. Report MADRID, Jan. The Spanish Cabinet al fuse b*x. flsaMai bet.ceu Ihr iwo pole*. Bottom picture .how, ihe tire Brigade, with the Uertrlr ( unpaw'< vao m Ihr hatkttoiuid They arrived J few minutes after the power had been gaj in thai irea am. ihr bl Jl*'il in <\, ^ Barcelona, where it was reported the dollar* had improved from W paislsr to 42 in the market deals 'Blank market cotton prices in Barcelona declined 15 per cent". ptwumably in the belief thai bitter trade relation], with the Untied States would accompany tie eventual restoration of normal diplomatic relations. In Madrid, the statement passed almost unnoticed. Some newspapers headlined the star)', others slipped it down a column, none commented. Public interest appeared scant. .Prom Lake Success comes the report that Trygve Lie United Nations Secretary General .told reporter* today that the United States police statement 1 on Spain by Dean Acheson was "not a surprise to me "-neuter. Police Investigate Overseer's Death Barbados Advocate t nrrmpvndeni GEORGETOWN. B.G Jan. 20. Polke are conducting mvestigaUoni into the death of Gordon Smith, 34-year-old Scetland-born overseer of Plantation Rose Hall, British Oiiiana. Smith, a native ot Prasei burgh. Scotland, came to British Guiana in 1t*3fl. ^ %  JnT nospitalizeil on January 10 and died on January 19. k aatt-mortem was performed by & mmrht Medicnl Officers and aiternal organs seat to the Government AiKilyst. Police have ssjt disclosed the causes for" the autopsy and subsequent investigattau.-CP' Drove Car For A Year Without Gasoline -USfD GREASE BO. 20 Frank lon-boni eniuwer says tlia: 1 doea not bother him. Hi driving oil <;i ot nasolme %  %  %  %  tanoa Into a %  peeaal IMUBI on 11 that he gets 50 miles to a pound of fuel. %  r is normal In everj I my own 1 battery. mi an oritor lo Cra Dgt of the 1 ..III be about I oil CP> Acheson Will Five Arrested In Aga Khan Jewel Robbery PARIS, Ja nUENCH POLICE tudav tnoounci I men lot th* theft of £200,000 wurtli Aga and Bcxum Khan last Autiust, and ordered a wide manhunt for Ihree other men who they till lead them lo the jewels, accordion lo PUT* Btltheaux, Director of Uu itiooal (The r'rench Crimil wtigalion Department). •Bis %  aMf, lt le d and his mistress, were LS. Ambassador Arrives In A Snowstorm BELGRADE, Jan 20. •J' Ucorae Allen, new United %  * Ambassador to Yugoslavia, •nM to-day by air from Trieste •* Mowstorm. _n* Plane circled the landing "for nearly an hour while y**nals u nd reporters watched •sKsisry %  r. AJiej, ^^ reporters that Jwked forward with ureat in"' %  *nd uleasure to his "new V"Mt and Important job. Wid that ho had no special ?*S"e from Prewdent Truman 5 %  Jnhal Tito but hoped to see **" %  satsu] a* aocai sj mriitlMT -eter *<>re Stveets And fore Bacon Too TV ~.. l S"00Jn. M. *•> %  %? S u Uy "nnounceO C" -hat Britain's bacon ra'" br temporarily Increasm^' %  ad the to nve ounces a weak, •west raUon from fourafter gang j" by the "ii the rubbery. The Police instructed al) stations to begin a da>" and ught hunt for tluthree wanted men. identified as Paul Uca, Charles Vincileooi and Urbain Giaune. and set a section head from the Suretc. Georges Valentin, to direct operations personally from Marseilles. WO. %  sis were made. They were expected to put up road blocks and check then on all private vehicles using the roads. Bertheaux giving the '. Police, had pieced together the disclosed news that the jewels had been hidiii i ves in the •lie Aga Khan's residence when the search fi.t ih.' itoleti leweli was at Its height in I the kLallK t<< I cd, uho h lose to the ut the Poprehensive about Uktll %  inbers of the gang returned after a few days to dig up ten. They handed law named 1-eca and Vincucribod b> H known Psshee asa I n Faanc Jap Com m u n is Is Will "Live Up To The fixftectalions" %  i I with the Cominfoi tn pulitu ,il line." The '• %  i roved an apoloii> to .'.., %  hat II was possl... . piad. ; i that it would HI ii,:i. %  live i i %  %  national Proletl %  leader. M-year-old Sam hlm Two hu ,.n parti ol Uu ed the meat. which will l>i %  num. —Revler Five Killed In Milk Lorry House II.LI:.. A man. wife, and mree ameil I] today when a sjorc ix^lud.-d. md lire swept thm liitprovised home. Th-house" was a i milk Ion i proof in Itu tarred paper. All are %  their hunks fhn xtiv fire began. —Renter. Cousrriptiott WASHINGTON. Jan M Secielary of State D fson will appear next >', Ixifore ihe Congress Armed Bari gejjiM thai :i' dralt should be cantlnued lood faith iu America's North Atlantic Treaty frieiids. Th.> want the Act. aven thuugh WHKaMtj to be i eaaa of an emergency. —Kealer. Acheson Disagrees With U1S Policy Towards Spain (Itv PAUL SCOT I.ANKIM.) IINGTON, J ..Hi. IEAN A( ilLSON K guteraent m Sp i ed to encourage the movwinenl to reverse the Unit-ad Nations tew lion ol the D %  In Spain. A to quiekeri deciaioi •Ui ani and Di Congress aga .aion ol n lii'iid ti'l I iti IU | M M l VFH oo, 1 Mr. AchcMHi reiterated a Senate FOre'.ai :..t l| the >' %  it* State issador in Madrid, i< is ., Unite.! ppositton to 1 .md not British Policy I'nrhunijrd %  from S*-Hate, Daao to Di hat United siau* will nov. support to return ambassador* which may • %  Foreign nt \u itlsh Po';c> made in .he '. I %  i.v. Britain would not support on Page t Gomes Calls For A Regional Conference TO DISCUSS SUGAli Barbodaa Advocate t orrrspeni. -ni OP-SPAIN, Ian 1 Iter an lldaj Bitting to-i;.. i motion bj the I n. Jl ci t i lomci celling on Oovt IK'Ilt IO in MUllll tl* %  ; Wrst Indian .1 .i Raajsanal Oositeienea of — harrrtot ta l i ifonsider what j nt e taken follow ng lown ui the sugar t i London ...t repre l I'i than I weak oi February. Alon was an amendi 'nt the Hon. PMrieh S k>p %  | the Tiniidad Gov. n. tta step !. IIS ihi-i than lb-' U K regafd h agj the oofc and make immediate an i i.u-i mined ir-Minlaiui largjai allocation Di dollars for the %  i)i Soiomon . .it ihi %  I W 1 Sugai %  %  and I legging tor ieiiuis The attitude adopted, he 1 wait your turn tl .uu QUtgWg and wall until the talks with your biaavi I are over" %  uu ihg mothai countr> of Buhyaeakal tns i exploitation i the I valuation of the pound He appealed for unanlp essential at 'bis stage."—(By Csble) "GIVE US BACK OUR DOLLAR" BELIZE, British Honduras, Jan. 20 THE -People's Committee," formed here to fight the devaluation of the British Honduras dollar is to petition the King to recall Parliament to consider the country's new financial "plight." •Dead' Woman Regains Full Consciousness HAITI Jan 2.) Doctors artstudying the Btl gttg| %  %  i 'i ilia youi.K wea i <'ivd to be alive in her coflln )utl Bfl hag mourning family was about to bury her. Medical authorities said thai the woman Anita Sou from th*rural di.stii< Michtu 1 had lost CODJ aiuiitli. illnt-. which she was dosed with medl. ,i M i.-1 .iurnti.u, t l BB s>iiu |(>n 11-t A tiiat Aim. she was dead and vranaed lag (uncial (In way to tl i led whei they heurd noises citnung (roni kffUV They luwked lnnide. found her breathing. The laocal priest ordenM AM girl rushed to hospital -n PortAu-i'iii.,.-. Di i'aul Dawnangles, head of the hospital stuff aid thai Ai.Ua rvgauivd onsciuu^.i." ( days afui her hiatraL, and was ghla (to talk intelllganUy. He said that net illness has bean diagnosed as a type of malaria. Her condition is now fa,I f Qei %  William. ii. i tad af defendant UM was ulrntiitad as al AniCI ican ' ti/i i, TOO He fhsrill %  ananlli.i: ttatituuoi %  lanate and AdrninlstraUon i"ules. tig a lilUIicul I taxpayers and producing cconon %  stress in luroni —Reuter. Tunisian Ship Sinks Off Spain MAHSr 11.1.i •Tebov.i ba" sank to-day in a SJak signals tii L :\iv DOSi Sixteen •! %  % %  the Petoi %  H until the heat ea rttl .in almost ml. ind eighl oi tni %  %  oca Algjarg %  ad to .liter wherr ..nk. —Reulrr %  Commltti i xlay that the petRli cause the pcopl dura> feared thai %  imtint to "Pag* as had %  nt for reeeh .lonea .iieut ..ssist %  ,tday I ing be., nation. g Uritiih V. VI come devaluation dill Mggad Smith ad ad We da i %  to be treated like beggars. Wo want t maniigf our ant r*ck our If %  nit to %  al is to be.jicld in ft. • SI Uruter. ANNOUNCEMENT %  MISLEADING" Ihe ... i latos ( iOVCI lUIU'dt %  %  %  0 for Brltash Hoi %  i UM oonatni i x Roaring I %  Ol which has already been %  % %  .iiiiiitHiMie start i It now appears that tjftOtggfa '>'•' British liondu %  ..titled. Thu / full lll'i %  %  %  Don | il They wont paj MI. Tell ihe "Advocate", it will |iu> >Oll. I. I. 3113. ( >. Vrniv Practice HEIDELBERG. Jat %  .;. Rat) I u i to-day with in* I "ji-'li Lng ol the N< Troops using assault boats tabiuhed a Arm bridgehead I HO Go On Iriai For Spying In U.S. \KW YORK, tn Judith Copaoi DeparUnanl worker and Valeni Russian United %  I —Reuter. j Spy Reli^ahi'd I'KAOUK, Jan. 20 lung Swedish %  .t> leleasaoV by tl %  Qtasi sabotata -nd anyinaV Hu the east bank, and soon aft. diamiaaed last Saturman and equipment poured across, day. but on Tuesday the Swedish %  hi nv.i as told lie would —Reuter J -Realer Oxford Condi'inns Purliuiiit-nt i iXfORO, Jan. 20. %  Debating 3 Mocii P*i. iried by a 'he legis%  pporter of U • > EnaJash &f %  ami i eOo* a' t t' Falkland's Governor Speaks To iVIaroonetl Scientists By Radio-Telephone spoken : >' I ON BOARD THE JOHN i pin BISCOE, Jon. 20 It UUB8 CI-1FFOKD. Faik[we. lands' Ocn radio tel< to the Bnlith n-jti<'d ii on Stoninulon island, and told tiuin .iboul Ukf plans for then ernor. i. 'ntlly ret to the Governor b) %  -.;..! n which %  also used radio .Ol Ml 'I R id the ading a sacfort Foster with 'o SttMuragtca. iPaooulum V^^^^^^^^^^^H I marooned a Spiritual Aid For Germans In Soviet Zone COLOGNE. • retariat oi the Cologu Archbishop Joseph Frings. hai of ths ipnc will ha •••nt on voluntary basis to the BUM P. %  %  > % %  %  ivporiing this, said Ihnl fttsoop l>i. Legge ol the So\iet 1 %  .... %  lo prsasta tram Western Oerraan; U. the Meissen bishopn the fateful lack of priests there. .citariat's spokesman %  •aid yesterday that spasdy spiritual aid for Germans In the Soviet Zone was necessary o counteract widel> spread u-Chiiitiamzation there, Printer's Devil In Ihe Kings Title LONDON. Jl A mistake in the King's title was made m a government poi'laCatlOd rrleased on Thursday winch described bun of Irelsnd" insaaad oi King <• % %  Northern Ireland." The text of an \greemn. issued as a wtntipapei on llw statua of the armed forces In Hie Brussels Treaty power* referred to "His Majesty King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions Beyond the Seas" It occurred at least twice In 1'ith the English and French texts. A pokesman at the K Office said. "The correct t,: His Majesty should be King of; Great Britain. Northern h Hritlsh Dominions ii | the Baas." At the Govcrnmen ftuuuraao Office a viought it was J r-nriter'n error.—£p