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The Barbados advocate
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BARBADOS CENTRE FOR SUGAR TALKS |

NIGERIAN CABINET pppoe geen geen Busta Tells Of W.1. Plans
PROPOSED SL |! To Meet Sugar Crisis

( 12 Africans Plus MacPher. son (Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
\

LAtBs, Yaa! 98 Mauritius | KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 23.
PATORTHERN tribesmen of Nigeria have agreed to aecep:| Winkie: BI _ BUSTAMANTE has announced a move to an
ministerial responsibility in the sbdiieid best Nigerian Accepts U.K. urgent conference in Barbados, at which West
“Central “Cabinet”. x ar Contract Indian Governors, chief elected members of the
‘This decision of the northern administration region wes ug F Legislatures, and representatives of the sugar
“Needs Less Than Our.” industry will decide on a common attitude towards

announced to the 50 delegates attending the Conference at

n, West Nigeria, to review the Nigerian constitution, | itai :
-Shadan, Nig 8 Jon Froivt Our: Own Orreaginndent Britain’s failure to meet the West Indies sugar
LONDON, Jan. 26 demand

it was reported here today.
The West Indies are now fi; ..- |

. ee is to be called|

ne State Executive Council. It| a = : E en ae caeinmeie This proposal goes one step furs
is te +a onniestadtl ing a lone battle with the BEng sh} proposal gi

of oe been thie aoe ae Food Ministry.. Last night it. as y ther than the unanimous decision

Governor, Sir ong M: era wl aunounced that Mauritius ..ad ruman And of the Trinidad Legislative Coun-

’ JRE ereOn, signed a five-year contract 1i 9m cil, seeking to call a regional con-

1952, under which Britain ‘as Milita ference of the Legislatures and



























































In addition to the Executive
Council the proposed revised |
Central Government would have a
House of Representatives of
members.

The Conference has agreed that
it should delegate powers of
“major Nigerian interest” to re-
gional legislatures in a first m«

as its Chairman. j
agreed to take 335,000 tons of other interested parties) — By
sugar yearly from the colony at Cable.

a fixed price and 470,000 \.ns| Lea r Me
tae yoke Mauritius prod. "| de $ Fi ef Separate Jap Treaty :

415,000 tons of sugar and it is WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. f .
stimated that by 1953 when ‘he! president Truman today unex- Would Violate

f ontract comes into OpC"a-|nectedly called a meeting of



to form a Nigerian Federation. tion the annual produevion figure | America’s top military and de- Potsdam

The decisions of the Conference Will be between 475,000 and | fence leaders.
will go to the Regional houses “of eda MONE... i The meeting, announced by the TOKYO, Jan. 23.
Assembly in the eastern, western fou A hilippe Raffray, leader of | whive House, gave rise to specu- The Japan Communist Party ‘
and northern provinces and to the ¢ Mauritius delegation which | jations that a decision might bej| to-day announced a nation-wide
Central Legislative Council for ttended ne Commonwealth | imminent on whether the United struggle against Japanese at~ i

approval before they are submit-
ted to the Governor and to the
British Colonial Secretary, Mr.
Arthur Creech Jones.—Reuter.

talks, has cabled Mr. Har-

“a oN |States should go ahead. with the| tempts to conclude a peace treaty
Robinson explaining why

production of the hydrogen bomb,} excluding Russia. It said in a
which is very much more power-| statement that a separate peace



lauritius agreed to the Food



Ministry proposals when the West} fy) than the! atomic bomb. —| treaty would violate the Potsdam
dies Varned them down Reuter. Dec aration and would lead di-
2 x It understood that the needs —__-—— + rectly to a third world war.
Mauritius were not’sO great as 2h e “ . Russia's possession of the atornic
il Sana ) f Trop Begins of coe West Indies and that L000PilgrimsArrive bomb demonstrated the big pro-





‘ I od Ministry offer amply es cress of world socialism, giving i
7 y al vered the requirements of the respeur ° »| ibe people new confidence in i

oO ay n nd.—-(By Cable). Ky ( ry Day In Rome heir strength. i

| a { ih cepa ae oer “ The statement alsa claimed ;

th. i VATICAN CITY, Jan. 23 ike > 44 “tle . : w i

Opens Congress Antigua mp ey so : French Gov t | Pilgrims have been arriving i aaa 1 ee. ge oone were }
The bus X-470 and the car M-1316 which were involved in’ an accident o ’ n] ° | Rome, at an average of 1,000 ; ailing to crush “the Communist if

afternoon,



In Philippines { (Barbados Advocate Correspondeni pare aie ueril a liberators of Malaya.

site ae . : â„¢ avesietas . 7 1 . | day, since the Roman Catho {
ANTIGUA, Jan. 23, Arrow points to the mutilated body of School-boy TREVOR JORDAN Rejects Charge | Holy Year was inaugurated on |—Reuter.

BY RADIO Loudspeakers were h eard ” ! ~ 7 ‘7 PARIS, Jan. 23. |
throughout Antigua, assembling a B ] | Tl YEAR BO) KIL i AT) 1e French Government today |
MANILA, Jan 23, | meeting to hear the results of u garian ae published a note rejecting Polish |
President Elpidio Quirino open-.| negotiations with the Sugar AT as. «’ ; harges against the expulsion rf |
the. regular session of the} Planters’ Association. It was P : e IN CAR SMASH Poles from France. j
lilippines Congress today in a} agreed to begin cane cutting on| | Che note was handed to we)
arrest from Baltimore in the; the 24th. 15 cent. increase remiuer

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*hristmas Eve, Vatican official

innounced today. AN nile °
This average is expected tc 3 \Orpses From Ship
ump to between 10,000 a day, 7 si .

from the end of February and tc Sunk o ¥ ears Aso
ntinue at that level until nex oS

October, they added. Organised LUEBECK, Jan, 23.

pilgrimages have already been German salvage teams have

announced from 34 countries, discovered the first three corpses

—Reuter. | on the upper deck of the German
death ship Thiebeck which rested
on the bottom of Neustaedter Bay

The nove denied that France| W ants Daughter near here for five years, The ship



ser . 5 . 3 Polish Embassy in Paris on Janu-
ed States. on 1949 were odes to, and out} Death came swiftly and suddenly to 11]-yea: { wy 21, It ante that a e
Whe President, who is recover- | of-crop-rates, double those of es ° Jordan of Bush Hall yesterday about 3 o'clock wh« yuision was justified, as the |
w there from a kidney operation | Last year 86 per cent. were re- 1es

o d the members over the] ceived. —(By Cable)
0, urging legislation for in-
ised production, reduced pub-

was involved in an accident at the junction of Stok lole Foles concerned were all mem-
and Kingston Roads near My Lords Hill with the motor ca; | bers of Polish ‘irae ——
SOFIA, Jan. 23. M-1316 driven by Horace Walton and the bus X-470 owned) ““MSe@ Unrest in *rance



The Prime Minister of Bul-|

















































; : 2 . . , > V . ; —— we a 4 * . . » cs
expenditure and vigorous en-' Russia Keeps An Eye | garia Vasil Kolaroy died this | by the My Lords Hil! Bus Co., and driven by Samuel Ri had violated Franco-Polish.migra-} ; with thousands ot Nam concen
ment of the tax laws. | Warning after a las So of Haggott Hall. tion agreements, and, ¢riticised| ’ , tration camp prisoners trapped in
~ | ng after a long illness, it t ; : : Son?! 0 y arou its hull was k i raid in
; —Reuter ; ‘Nl | was Se ieee the | eee —_— Trevor Jordan, while returning} the arrest “without justification S as sunk In an air
: be Th erman irmen | Ss announced here in a joint G " ir aus | ‘ ‘ a the last days of the w
F | communique issued Sy the Com- | home* from St. Giles School wos) of French. citiaensin=Poland,..and ps ATRO, Jan. 230° Tast Week Savane peg wake
, i . r N. Je 23. |r ist Party and the Cabine , } struck down in a trench by the) the closing “of French cultural ; : . : , } ,
Governor Must ; BONN, Jan. 23. | munist Party and the Cabinet. . *bus and died instant! lonkey| centres in Poland.—Reuter. Hussein Fahmi Sadek, father of ceeded in righting the 2,650-ton
5 Strict precautions are being! The official announcement said | aaa oh Reuben nella tie a " ee | beautiful Narriman Sadek, said on] ship and specially equipped tugs
a , . taken to prevent German airmen| he died at 1.45 this morning. s - 1 Lim ae dae ’ rg | Sunday that he would be “filled] are pumping the water out of her.
Reserve Power in the East Zone People’s Police|M. Kolaroy was described as| MULHOUSE, rer Pome: ee” eave ae” oe Wanis Freedom {with honour and joy” if his 16-|'The corpses will be buried in the H
nee !Force from eseaping with their! “the most faithful friend and ( A Swiss gentleman = tad le atimnietby. thai 7 |year-old daughter married King] cemetery of Luebeck—Reuter, 4
BELIZE Jan. 23 | planes to the West, according to) collaborator” of the late Bulgarian crossed the border to pur- eee Hy ite W hs ih ‘ hh ior t P “0 Farouk. 4
, mn anti-devaliarian | reports here from the Soviet Zone.| Premier and Reichtag fire. triat chase a new outfit of clothes injured. Horace alton £0 ign ress Reliable sources outside Egypt's
ollowing an i-devaluation | ane with an entirely Ger-| hero Georg ses ieee ; ~ |] was not exactly the height on Patrick who was th . E lett MERE wot wr § im
t
ling and demonstration, people | No plane with an entirely G j hero Georgi Dimitrov. | f fashion when he returned vith him were taken to the PARIS, Jan. 23. | trict censorship have reported urder Charge ang |
; See a see y 5 |man crew is allowed to take of M. Kolarov, the communique|| © 4@Shlo en he es ak: (ag Albert Bouzanaguet. Secre- | that Narriman’s engage’ t H
heal h & cednien ten |unless accompanied by at least! continued, was one of ioe olde | ernor of their decision no inte Sidaelt anes. Flight con-| leaders of : Minds ‘,.|| underpants and socks. e righ nde Cl nak Mies cae ak a en Lone en ist dis
vote in future for any member | three Russian planes. Plight oe ‘eaders of. the Bulgarian Com-| The visitor successfully *bus was damaged and t General Confederation of La- | tons economist, had been broken 5
the Legislative Council unless | "0! | 1s exclusively in Rusean | munists, and an “illustrious activist | | ade his purchases, and screen and head lamps o! bour), today asked his union | @t the order of King Farouk who NEW YORK, Jan. 23.
Governor re / $s the 10 ver [ BARA Ene aorcminosdation at KA) of the. International. Worltere’ | pg ¢ nechitt them ‘in ‘the were smashed ecutives for “vemporary release | 48 seeking the beauty as his own A murder charge — against
p serves > wer * " a « ie 4 te | he *hecke 2 v . as ‘ 7 ane =e “eid > veoY rar
sae ‘ahle ussian personnel are sté oreign Minister Vladimir}] ; im , of eedom of action” to defend him-}_, Sadek, Secretary - General o: arrows, of Granc 2 5
ihn Canis) lis separate but relations peawaiy | LoPtomov will head a twelve man pol te BF wiesie eae | Afghanistan f against Communist newspa-|£8yptian Communications Minis-} gan, for the killing of a Montreal q
the zirmen are close and friendly.| Government Commission to om wey howmad. k baton ‘ee So r campaigns | try, told reporters that he was] Textile Executive, Colin ee
ae —Reuter. . ; anise a state funeral for the laie Swi ; . ‘ a nae aka? One. new a ce attack- | making his comment only vo cor-|} Mackeller, in a New Yor oO
mf g L aie Switzerland. so ~ hh % 1 he newspaper recently attack . |
K. Buy 5 50,000 | Se ae ee | Prime Minister. Morning meet- He immediately entered i Seeks f rie ndshi P i Bouzanquet because he is a | rect errors in press reports abroad.] was today reduced to one of man-
" i " a . |ings were being held to-day in 2/1 a * att } : ° d me sn ev san cae , | He declined further comment on]} slaughter,
" 4 ame > ; the men’s room, disrobed, || * Vee ird member of an expor’-import : : .
Tons Sugar | KCONOMY Demands Sofia enterprises and institutions.|| threw his old suit down the || W ith Russia firm to which Roger Peyre also | the affair except to say he had| The judge ruled that the state
| ~ Sofia radio today breadcast | rain. ¢ ane : | nged j ‘| heard rumours of a match be-j had failed to prove a “felony mur-
; S re Ex ort : adcast | drain, and then unwrapped | . 2 nged. | ) ; ee ill, He instruct
From Formosa oure Xp funeral marches and other mar-|] the package ... it contained AFGHANISTAN, Jan. * Roger Peyre, who is now in| tween Marriman and the King “if| der” or intent to kill. He sity fired
GEORGETOWN, Jan. 23. | tial music interrupted at hourly a‘playsuit for a six-year- Afghanistan, once considered! Aygentine, was described by Pre- | fate so ruled He added vhat his} ed the jury to Se cuatt xP
FORMOSA, Jan, 23. British | Guiana’s ; economy | tervals with repetitions of the old! jas safely anti-Communist as any mijer Georges Bidault during a family would be aie Seen: hie ot Dean ee ae boue.
Bhe British Ministry of Food l Garande gua anteed export of! Official announcement of M.|} One consolation the }eountry in the world, is eee recent parliamentary debate on] 0Ur and joy.—Can, Press, ey :
contracted to buy 50,00. tons ! more tisin. 2d done. oF sugar. Kolaroy eath. A broadcast would-be model dresser | {ning to look northward to Russia | the “affain of the two generals = a
sugar from Formosa during| ‘pis is emphasized in a press| Obituary talk recalled the Prime|| passed customs inspectors || for friendship. Rising tension and | as «a double or even triple agent”
%. A British frm here has | joint statement issued by President) Minister's close association with with little trouble, before |jwar fever in the quarrel With | Reuter.
potiated the 7eal on behalf of | ve Britis} Guiana, Sugar Producers| his predecessor, the late Georg dashing pell-mell into a Pakistan, it appears. ire Man
B Ministry with the Taiwan | 0) @TLUSh ey ts sdvers | Dimitrov. passing taxi. | | the country to lose its. traditiona ‘ a hl °
r Corporation run by the! 48sociation, me wanannng! It described M. Kolaroy as “an| | fear of its great northern neigh- set Train Loose
. : ny - : | Enolle . ‘ Managing ‘ od M. arov as “al : . | Giese’ oP th attitude 1 , F
Mese Nationalist Government. Beales ., aod ae cot implacable enemy of capitalism oer | Renee greene Er. Brstude to
he Corporat he len ar. | Director of S. Davson and Cc I ward the Soviets are the Afga: d D h
corporation ae _ ra | pany Limited, Guy Maurice] and Western imperilism” and a P d ill B nee a a oy ok i a Cause 6 eaths
adirect sale o HO | Pars a om) “i See ae Jonas? tetend. of » Soviet Tnion | 7 arnments recent emplioyme
§ of sugar to the Allied High} Eccles, now back from Trinidad eet pad of os So det Talon rasa \ 1 e | ofieeasten: thobniclans, and.a visit TOKYO, Jan. 28
Mmand in Japan. Sugar ex-! whither they flew to get first hand} and a true Socialist.” —Reute “ie ty eaitel ito Kabul of. an official’ Russian Takechu, sole non-Communis |
pa, Stan es: whl ond siete | First President ayy | AINTS
from Formosa this year are| information on recent London ee irs resiaden Trade Mission, first in Afgan hi mong 12 who were involved in P IN I Ss BY
mated at about 600,000 tons. Sugar Talks from British West rd : 96 | vory.—Can. Press. i disaster ‘ast July when a light
ies delegati P NEW DELHI, Jan, 23. i disaster tast July when a li .
—Reuter. Indies delegation ——Can, Press. B li B d | Doctor Rajendra Prasad, 65 electric train killed six people in
| 7 ) . re eye a Tokyo s rb, sai ~de he
erim-boun | year old President of the Indian » Rae see ~ a ve . 1760
: : | ; Sone prion pg Melly = Train Arrives After : cl ra 1 “matic 1 ' hide Pall tray
. s T e - . — , ac i ys oucn é 1on-W . & é
elected unopposed tomorrow as l 1 S a ;
adian Urges Nationalisation) Traffic Cut js's.ss2s. cos ee se |
i | Republic to be proclaimed o1 1 | asast as an} |
- { age ‘idents after me lis- |
' > K l d stries | U.S.SR. SEARCHES | Thursday 6 Hour Hold U p abotage incidents after mass « ;
nau , Stee er gaggle ae ‘hiriol nissals of -raidlway staff —Reuter
f Sian ey | : | Prime Minister Jawarharle!} aS ' :
: | a Jehru ¢ > >rime Minis-| RUT 3 | |
\ BERLIN. January 23. Nehru and Deputy Prime | FRANKFRUT. Jan. 23, | ,
4 NUWARA ELIYA, Ceylon, Jan, 23. | Traffic difficulties on the Aut‘o- ter goed —_ — a ae The Ber!in-Frankfurt-Ame, ican Good Wheat After | LONDON
Harnath Shastri. General Secretary of the Indian Trade] pahn cut Berlin-bound _ lorry Fv aoe — aabetnad tonal military train which was held ur} |
Uni ceteat id ; ference of the} traffic to one third of its normal] | Dominath oF re ‘wn ,}| L0r six hours by the Russians at | Sf r i |
a Congress, told the Asian Reminee) Contenenge. of, wore oo | was a close amadate, of Mohetmns he hea Bev anaes ataetion 2,500 Years ]
mternational Labour Organisation here today that'no SUC-| Wn) out thr ries per| Gandhi and spent long periods ; nis ashe tee tly
- { , th shlo nly about three lorries per | ‘ ; nee | today, arrived in Frank(urt shortly 14 oY
fessful long term economic planning for Asia was possible hour instead of the usual ven| in gaol Sune India’s struggle hate pin TA See for Galvanised, Asbestos, or
. ‘ : nneiial li . . y freedom. Re K, +e
der private enterprise. were reaching Berlin every hour, | for De tie —Reuter. |
He said “the time has come) West Berlin police reported.





Shingle Roofs

LASTIKON

has for many years proved the most economical

. .. — ; divion after 2,500 years, was dis-
Kye when every Asian country should British Officials said that a raat oan cane ae ho tees
/ vore lo take conerete steps to aarpalise queue of about 120 lorries had . . | Sao aeneaied, ‘oum tenets titage
nO icy nat ee unin | ae ok econ enter ont, | Heavenly Host Withdraw: jiti: cir ier." Sambtes: ot the

| development 0! 5 15! siae 2 Zi ; DC ; ge : me
“¢ point at Helmstedt, waiting for | grain are to be sent to an expert

y e . . at
. largely dependent—transport, coa!, f - : oe ;
Expens we tok Jad electricity. the Soviet Controlled East Police Fro m Ba nd un Z in Denmark for clagsifcation,

“In the rest of the industrial) to let them through. — (Reuter,







LONDON, Jan. 23. | field, the state should effect con- A British spokesman said that

+ Walter Pearson (62), a e-| trol ‘over production, distribution! the bottleneck appeared to have After 30 Minute Battle No Bomb Under

f estate agent who has four| and management”. been created by the arrival of a

i new Soviet Commandant at the
Married ; ; el i i : an r : a aT me
ered, thinks = Ryan A ed A Menace Cilanc es deltas ocean a 4 ge = doyndan 2. a Mffeck:,| ripiied wrotah the | Ar t Gallery and durable paint ever introduced into Barbados
eee ree money to his} Mr. Shastri said that the time the searching of lorries ahd the year-old former Duvch commando, | flimsy Indonesian army Sones | LONDON, Jan. 23.
© Court of Appeal today| h&d come when the International) checking of documents be carried/and his private “army of the| Within 30 aaa tootme from| ,“* bomb disposal squad decided It never fades or cracks or peels off
méreed. | Pea nocay | Labour Organisation should con-| out to the letter heavenly host” early today seized| driven out the regular troops from | toqay that there is no unexploded

te appeal mics him permis-| sider setting up a tripartite Re-| American military trains were| Bandung, chief city of West Java,|the post’ office, police headquar-| W/o ime bomb outside the National
: one : from a Birming-| gional Commission for entire Asia.| held up for several hours this |#rom the Indonesians—then made|ters and the Military Governor's! 4+ Gallery, which houses Brit-
DS oat €cision on the sums Saying that the task of recon-| morning after the Soviet frontie: war for the Dutch. headquarters. | Sin's S10-0R6000 atthe oct collec:
Bhe Birmingham sical cee aoe struction of rural eee ee gael had queried ne, ager Before the attack, Westerling| | Dutch embulenom,. ore tion. The idea that. there might
ped the weekly ali a@ re-| had just begun, Mr. Shastri a | Once passengers OO hoe wane {told me of his plans to wipe out| snipers, etc. raced throug be, arose from .a subsidence ir

© weekly alimony from a| fragmentation of land is a seci-| ]in-Frankfurt train, They were the Republican army in West|streets picking up dead and! the jawn outside the Gallery

Stocked in Bright Red Oxide, Guaranteed Perma-

nent Green, and various other colours.



















Of over £10 f e “e . . » improvement Of} Jater allowed to proceed. Goods h sides. tat “ : . oo
men to £) 5s, — =an oe coitus Bre practical] ron traffic in ae out of the Java, _atrest the oe a vee en eae | ceony, tee eae es
All at the same price,” one of| way to tackle the problem is the| capital was running normally. allow “just forces to form a n ithe city b : F ga site| 534 - ra = wi ook aeute Ask your Dealer for colour. card, or apply to:
Ppeal Court judges remark-| introduction of cooperative farm-! Major General G. K. Bourne Government. blican| ti Bye! yg ogee populs nial ,
uter, ing under which peasants can] British Commandant of Berlin, He alleged that the Repu on 1c| "Whe: a We IE aa " :
retain their rights in the soil andj stated today that he did not think |@™™My Was preparing to, invade en ester ings apear n1€ac Chief Justice
—.. oe ee tee the benefits| ¢hat the latest road and rail] | Dutch New Guinea. ; entered the suburbs, Col. Sadikin, ‘
ia Ri IDO SAR ne Eee init due-| tito ‘Gihentiion were part of A few hours after Westerling’s| local Republican Commander, was a « ‘ ;
$44m AGRE ee eee ee a ‘ith ¢o belnpaee = Hidckars men had occupied the city, local! inspecting troops about 39 miles Dies; Age 87
' EMENT Om, <9 collective a ‘ sed . We haw hedt ts ain such traff Dutch troops took over, apparent-! away. His Chief of Staff was at
; . oa Soe Se ‘ ince’ the lifting of” the ly by informal agreement with; the Dutch headquarver: i th HALIFAX, Jan, 23. \ BRIDGETOWN
ook anh ae * Maes ae ere aid wkade last May, and | am con- | Westerling. Dutch aircraft buzzed| city barrack were manne 5 Sir Joseph Chisholm, Chief Jus-
a Nave : = a&- Shomer e ry | ON erhead trainee ce of Nova Sc otia’s Supreme Z |
cas eee . a ee as we tA e to Russian in iency Westerling carried out his coup By 4.30 p.m. local time 4 Court, died here on Sunday He Sole Agents
$44,700,000 The | ti at reason : € ie wal ¢ Y iderstanding between | with fewer than 800 men, a.m, GMT) the Dutch arr was 87. He was active on the
1 Sat sgned in Buenos| Ww eleomed the ™ fe aaa for % the ind West German] Machineguns stammered andj taken over, Republican forces had! bench until a year ago. — Can. |{ |
pember 1, 1950.—Reuter. | class of worker.—Reuter. Authorities —Reuter. ‘snipers’ rifles cracked as the @ On Page 3 Press. SSS







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“HE Chief Justice, His Honour
2 Sir Allan Collymore, will pre-
side at the first University College
Extra-Mural Lecture by Mr. J.
W. B. Chenery at the British
Council rooms at Wakefield on
Tuesday, January 24th. Mr
Chenery is commencing a series
of lectures on the Constitutions of
the British Commonwealth and
the United States of America. His
first lecture will be on the English
Constitution. This course should
be of great value to all those in-
terested in the development, and
the future, of responsible govern-
ment in the British Colonies.

«> «>

Lord Baldwin Was There
VERYONE in Antigua is
astonished at the remarkable
progress which the Police Band
has madeeainder the leadership of
Capt. Rai§@h, and Antiguans con-

sider hi wizard. The display
of beatingethe Retreat which was
demonstr at the Antigua

Recreation Ground on Monday
delighted the large crowd which
attended.

Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his A.D.C., Major Denis Vaughn,
the Colonial Secretary P. D
McDonald ,and the Administrator
R. St. J. Wamne, were present ai
the display.

Mr. Richard Greenough, Daily
Mail Correspondent,-who arrived

in Antigua on Monday from
Jamaica was also present, and
when seen on the Recreation

Ground, hé’was asked the follow-
ing questions:—What is the hot
news this time? Are you sounding
out Federation feeling in the W.1.?
Do you think that Baldwin is
going?
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Was Last Here in 1946
Ms Clem Mosher, formerly

Clem St. Hill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of
Ist Ave Belleville arrived yester-
day by the ‘Lady Nelson’ to spend
approximately 5 months’ holiday
with her parents. This is her first
vasit home in four years He
father, mother and brother Louis
and Mr. Colin Lobo were on board
to meet her.

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Loves Horses
H® E to spend six weeks
sunny Barbad h

Mrs. Gerald Griffin



are



their








hter Gail Mr. Gri is a
Broker in Winnipeg, Can-
and they have been looking

forward to their visit. Gail is a
great horse lover and hopes to do
quite a bit of riding

Fraser

After 31 Years
ROFESSOR NORRIS F
ROACH, F« and Princi
pal of the Combination Busine
School, New York, was intransit

ar

ander

on the “Lady Nelson” yesterday
from the U.S.A. to Trinidad

A Grenada-born magician, Pro-
fessor Roach practises his art
under the ni: of Professor




Norice de la Roche is W
returnir the West Indies for
three m after an absence of
31 years, and is carrying a magi-
cal show to Trinidad and Grenada
in which he will be assisted by










Miss Velma Leigh Fraser, a stu-
dent of the C nation School
who is accompanying him on the
trip

A magician from his boyhood

days, the Frofessor is a member
of the International Brotherhood
of Magicians Ring No. 26, New
York and is wlso the first and only
coloured member of the organisa-
tion He possesses the greatest
illusion in the
tion—the
into a

world-reincarna-
turning of a_ skeleton
human

ence. This, he said, is the illus-

ion which cracked the ice and

‘ membership
in the International Brotherhood

opened the gate for

of Magicians.

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Cadet JOHN PARKER
Been Around The World

ki’ Cadet John Parker /in

Bridgetown yesterday after-
noon shortly before he left Bar-
bados bound for Venezuela and
South America. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Parker, John spent
most of his boyhood days here
when his father used to be attach-
ed to the Barbados Branch of
Barclays Bank. He left Barbados
in 1946 and joined a School of
Navigation in Southampton,
where he remained one year, serv-
ing as a Cadet. Since then he has
been with the Blue Star Line and
been around the world travelling
on four different ships. He says

brather Robin, also in the
Merchant Marines will soon be
paying Barbados a visit,



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Back to School
L T’S back to school for Miss
Lilian Howes, of Montserrat,

who has been spending her Christ-

mas holidays with her mother,
Mrs. Monica Howes. She arrived
yesterday by the ‘Lady Nelson’

» Codrington High



il returning to school

Mr. David Croney, son of

Mr. P. W. Croney, Manager of
the Cable and Wireless Branch in
lontse t and Mr Croney



Lodge School

From St. Lucia “Holiday

David attends the

Mé®s Ercil Howell of “Martin-
lale Hasting returned
fror St. Lucia on Sunday by
B.W.1.A. after spending a holi-
day : the guest of her husband

Dr. Timothy Howell

magician and his

ination Busine

_ Medico on Visit

DEA ‘'B. HAMIL-

Doak Town, New





( who had
eer pending a week's holiday
irrivals yester-
y B.W.LA., for a
milar period From Barbados
he ‘ c t vis t Nassau and
before returning

an «an

On Business

M* NIRMAL KIRPALANI,
, Virector of the Kirpalani
United Co. of Trinidad, was an



arri fast week by B.W.I.A. on
eek business visit and is
i guest f fhani Bros. at

of
Athlone”, Fontabelle

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were in Barbados for a few

esterday. They
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Mr. F. §. Potter
leave in England, Mr.
due back shortly.

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To Spend Two Weeks
R. I. N. SHILLINGFORD,
Chairmam of the Banana

Association Board of Dominica,
was an arrival yesterday after-
noon by the “Lady Nelson” for |
about two weeks’ holiday and is



staying at “Abbeville” Guest
House.
an a»
To Cover Cricket
Tournament

M* Oo. S. COPPIN, Sports
Editor of the Advocate Co.,
Ltd. left yesterday evening by
B.W.1A. for Trinidad. He has
gone to cover the Trinidad-
Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket
Tournament for his paper.

The Best Of Friends
yIWO very good friends had to

part company yesterday
when the Lady Nelson called at
Barbad«s. They were young
Matthew Dingman and little
Connie Piers. Connie, whose
father is a Government Engineer
in B.G. is on her way home.
Matthew however, _ with his
mother Mrs. Robert E, Dingman
got off at Barbados and will be
here until the end of March stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel. Mrs.
Dingman says here husband, who
is President of King Leathers
Inc., in Indiana, Pennsylvania,
will be joining them shortly.
They are Canadians, living in the
U.S.; all of her husband’s family
have been regular visitors to the
island, and he has been coming
here since he was a boy.

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Sailed Down For Lunch
HORTLY after 10 a.m. on Sun-
day, the yacht ‘Princess
Pearl’ with Col. and Mrs. Richard
Vidmer, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey
Manning, Mr. and Mrs. N. G.
Daysh on board left the Aquatic
Club for the Colony Club, where
the party lunched. They returned
to Bridgetown the same evening.

<> «<>

Been Here Before

R. C. L. TOREY, who is with

the Brookfield Construction

Co., in Halifax, has been to Bar-

bados before and liked it so much |

that he has persuaded his wife |

to make the trip. They arrived

yesterday by the Lady Nelson |

and are staying at the Hotel |
Royal.

¢n «py

Until ‘‘Nelson’’ Returns

? E are here until the Nelson

returns,” Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Fenton, told Carib yesterday
accompanied with Mrs. S. C. Fen-
ton they live in New York, where
Mr. Fenton is a Civil Engineer.
He was in Barbados before some
fifteen years ago, when the ship
he was on called here for a short
time. They are staying at the



Ocean View Hotel.

«> «>

ngrats
ONGRATULATIONS vo Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lynch, of
“Newbourne,” Roebuck Street, on
the birth of a daughter.

The babe was born at Dr. Kerrt’s
Clinic yesterday evening. Mother

and daughter are doing fine.

© «<>
Joins Barclays Bank Here
R. WELLS, an Englishman,
who has joined the Staff of
Barclays Bank, Barbados, is a
guest at Cacrabank. Before com-
ing here, he was in Jamaica for
three years.

Other recent arrivals there are
Mr. and Mrs. Brisley, who have
been living for twenty years in
Caracas, where Mr. Brisley is a
Golf Pro.

«> <>»

After The Week-end

RS. M. LAKHMICHAND,
4 wife of Mr. H. Lakhmichand,
Manager of Kirpalani United Co.,
returned ~o Trinidad yesterday
evening by B.W.1.A. She had
spent a holiday in St. Kitts and
came over here for the week-end
and was staying at “Athlone”,
Fontabelle.

«>» «>
Comings and Goings
M® and Mrs. W. S. Atkinson

from Quebec, arrived by the
“Lady Rodney” yesterday for two
months’ holiday which they wil’
spend at Cacrabank. Mrs. Atkin-
son, is a niece of Mrs. Rosamond
Hutchinson. of “Sheerbrooke”
Skeetes Hill.
It was Ursuline Convent’s day
yesterday afternoon at Seawell,

Christmas Holidays. From Trin-
idad on a special flight were:—
The Misses Joan Ferreira, Barbara Far-
fon, Sheila O'Toole, Helen Tucker, June
Guainger, Jean Lucien, Charmain Solis
Rosemary Solis, Emmeline Rovack. Caro

Decle Helen McClean, Celia McClean
Joyee Berry, Gilliam Lange, Els-
worth Lange, and from Antigua
came the Misses Angele, Agnes,

Higuette, Rosemarie and Josette Sarkis
Mrs, Elking Smith and her daughter Jen-
nifer retummed from holiday in Dominic

yesterday by the Lady Rodney after} VON STROHEIM.

Anxious to see that Miss Olson's
natural beauty is preserved, stu-
dio heads requested beauty ace

enending six weeks there Her sister
Mrs. A. Musey, who is from Domirice
will be here for one week before retuim-
ing to Dominica and the U.S.A



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Women’s World

— Carib Calling



SAY... ‘WOMEN
LOOKED THEIR
BEST WHEN...’



EDWARDIAN *

A Mrs. EVELEIGH NASH, well-known lover of
S_7 things Edwardian, says about the fashions in
“those days : “I like them because . . . the girls
vith curves looked best... . You had to be a woman,

unshades and

The way you stood
looked such a mess.... You

e asa 5 . Materials were
Necklines revealed just enough and no
The grace of the skirts made up for the
You could wear a lot of jewellery and not
. Outdoor wear was so it.”



FIRST WORLD WAR

VIOLET LORAINE, musica! comedy top-liner
3¥ during the 1914 war—who made famous “?<
You Were The Oniy Girl . . ."—said last ~ about the dresses she wore: “I like them because ;
You didn't have to be a Venus de Milo to look elegant.
Parasols were perfect for coquetting....
Designs were made to show off beautiful materials.
You could do almost anything with your hat... .
Those collars were very becoming to the face... .
Longer skirts looked more elegant than shorter styles.
_,. . There were so many more dress shapes, ... You

could wear all your favourite trimmings.”

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BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
Mr. JAMES LAVER, expert on taste and
fashion, defends the Bright-Young-Thing
styles of the mid-twenties; “I like them
because . . . slim girls looked Lest... . . Dresses
cmguasioed slender lines of tne Oigure,... Fashions
spelicd a mew frecdom and independence, ... The
unmaternal look was most attractive. . . . Silk-
stockinged legs came into view for the first time... .
The windswept bob was pretty back and front.... A
girl’s ankles mattered most.... Cloche hats had an

air of mystery.” Drawings by ROBB

London Express Service

Beauty Hints for A Star

PARAMOUNT bosses
when 20 pupils returned after the | they have one of the most attrac-

tive and talented young actresses
in NANCY OLSON.
eyed starlet with the taffy blonde ing
tresses Won star billing in her
first film, “Canadian Pacific”, and
she recently walked off with a
prize role in “Sunset Boulevard,”
the Paramount movie which co-
stars GLORIA SWANSON, WIL-
LIAM HOLDEN

believe Wally

routine at the
crowning glory.

“Pamper your hair.

“and ERICH makeup director.

hair and scalp.”

Mrs. Housewife

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Oslon on the “Sunset Boulevard”
set and give the lass some helpful
This blue- himts....Wally started off ty tell-
Nancy to start her beauty
top—with her

Brush it
often and you'll brush your way
to beauty,” said the world-famous
“Of course,
there’s a wrong time as well as a
wrong way to brush hair, depend-
ing upon the condition of your



Of The Year

By Joan Erskine

THE past few years have seen
a startling improvement in textiles
of every kind. During the war,
pure silk and fine linen disappear-
ed, but in their place rayon mIx-
tures appeared. Rayon has the
advantage of looking like almost
any fabric—it can be woven to
resemble corduroy, crepe, line and
so on.

But one fabric outstripped ail,

the others. Nylon, a man-made
yarn, is a_ revolution in fabric
manufacture. I unhesitatingly

choose it as the fabric of the year.

Nylon stockings are known sim-
ply as ‘nylons’. But apart from
gossamer stockings, do you know
how many kinds of nylon fabric
at present exist? There are voiles,
chiffons, marquisettes, nets, and
other lightweight materials, satins
and taffetas, piques and poults in
the slightly heavier cloths, and
nylon tricots, The latter are knit-
ted fabrics, made in open-stitch
patterns, particularly suitable for
underwear.

Sometimes nylon is combined
with silk, rayon and worsted, to
make special mixture fabrics.

The popular prejudice against
wearing nylon next to the skin—
because it felt cold—is now old-
fashioned. The new fabrics are
specially designed for lingerie.

As there are now nylon collars,
cuffs, evening shoes, umbrellas,
raincoats, hats, corsets, brass-
ieres and socks, what are we 10
expect in the next fifty years?
Shall we find ourselves encased in
heat-resisting, damp-resisting,
Wellsian rubber suits, or clad in
a filmy skirt and little else be-
sides?



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SER! CG ew
ELITR HORS



. rermits. (8)
+ Verse from moderm writings.

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9)

9. This is a charge. (4)

0. To become this you must be
in a position to sell. (6)

12, Age of the herald. (3)

13. Post may be used as an alter-
native. (5)

14. scones one may scatter slips.

15. Age filled with rage, (5)
16. Could make one of th
tered in 14, (4) yes
ly. Let bee become a scarab. (6)
19. The cost of a good feed ? (3)
22. Few may bid for it. (3)
24. Reason for the vote I’
ing. (6) e I'm record:
25. This man 1s often 26. (4
26 See 25 across. (4) =
27. It once changed shape. (4)
28. On asmal! hill it will pour. (4
DownDn
. Found in a cloven hoor. (4)
. Here you get to the core. (6)

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2

3. Off this may mean you’

ie na you're beinj
4

The night before in

Never Land, (3) ane

3. Any gardener will tell you that
you get this from a Pyrus, (5)
Footwear. (5)

Retreat in the garden. (3)

- This ship is tied to a peer, (4)
The part of the petrol
examiner. (4)

d. On & cap it shows ability. (4)

8 Carried by someone or some-
thing. (4)

9. ane is an necessarily at a
stenographer’s finger tips. (4
20. Seventy. without ." {

piggery. (4)
21. There's @ silppery customer in
the steel works, (3)

23. Minus thirteen. (3)
peseintO SEaniltetetey's
as: 2, antilla; 6. Gallant;

8, Reel: 14, Dats

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After pushing through the bushes
Rupert stops. “* Why, this is the
very place that Dinkie led me to
earlier in the day,” he says. “ And
there’s Beppo’s lead hanging out of
a hole in the rocks. He must have
been here before, { wonder it that’s
why che little cat brought me here.

Answer Quickly

There are two certain i:um-
bers, the square of the first plus
the square of the second equals
eight. Also, the first number plus
vhe product of the first and second
equal six.

Figure this out in your mind.
What are the two numbers?

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away he catches sight poe tie
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spAY, JANUARY 24, 1950

a ; 74,

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YORK, Jan. 23 ee ; ae : | % :

aye ormer high State a

t t official found guilty

he ury charges last Sat-

“to appeal to the United

5 of Appeal.

spurt Jury of eight women |

men by implication |
; “Hiss an espionage agent!

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE









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yc een-n ~~

he had lied under;
j eins he had handed
“government decuments to
_ Chambers, self-con-

jer for a Soviet spy

es wens or} ty Re oe cm SIC ime
hl in denying he. had » ie , Sy pie re : 3 ¥ ; va: as DT er ray
Shambers after January 1, ‘; | aig 1 SOF : Ba a ;

c
+

el, Mr. Claude Cross, ;
would enter the appeal
Hately after Hiss is sen-,
next Wednesday. He de-
to give the basis of the

|
is liable to a maximum of |
. imprisonment and aj

fine. —Reuter.

ee |



suppose this su/den dec:sion by everybody that the international situation is responsible tor
P Control For |: complete natvous breakdown has nothing to do with school reopening this week ?”
uC. Clergy
-IN POLAND
- LONDON, Jan. 23. fi '
yernment is to 2 - wre o
Polite management for' Ut M. Aid Countries British Guiana
man Catholic §=Welfare WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. |
tion, Caritas Weieh M Mr. Paul Hoffman, Marshall |
of fraud, parrupuon: and Aid Administrator, plans to. fy
fe activity, Warsaw radic to Paris this week for important
aged % tt a pone meetings with European recov-
e Caritas branch ery officials. Yecretarv of States for the C ;
oclaw (Breslau) ter-| Marshall Plan authorities said | S¢¢retary of States for the Colony

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Hoffman For Paris| London Police | Pres. Truman |

Jamaica 11
To Speed Reforms Official To Visit | Suggests Tax | Arrive In T’dad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 23,
Changes

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail)
British Guiana Police are making
preparations for the visit next



- : ' message Congress ay calling! scheduled to meet Trinidad in tw«
C.B.E., Police Adviser to the} Message to Congress today calling! 5 ag eng inidad in ty
for closing of tax loopholes, and a| five-day Tests Tournament whic!

d of subsidising “Ter-| je would press for a speedup of

: ‘ari ins “ting “olonis j ¥ , ;
fangs”. Everyone impli-! far-reaching financial reforms in |C@ibbean inspecting Colonial} gists, noon by a special plane.

mt subsidies totalling) for European Economic Co-oper-|@ week in B.G., from February] cise Taxes, but he said cuts were} age of 27 years.
of millions of zlotys’ 1M] ation (O.E.E.C.) is due to con-!19 to 26, and Police Headquarters} most urgently needed in taxes on |}



ons for their personaly sider Mr, Hoffman’s proposals|here have prepared a tentative} freight, railway and ‘bus tickets,! old Alfred Valentine, left hand
ind for financing anti- tate| and other recovery matters. ; programme which has been for-| long distance telephone and tele-! spin bowler as one who could dc
‘ Reuter: Officials here said that while| warded to him for his approval.| graph, and the entire group of anything with a ball and who he
: —Reuter. the OREC has not completed sts| retail excises, including such items felt destined to go places,
‘ - : : eet a as toilet preparations, luggage —Can. Press.
oes agenda for the forthcoming session, | . rd Te ae, ee a ’ g an. Ss.
the complicated problem of »| Terrifie W indLashes and handbags.

" és Fly Special proposed central bank of Europe |, + aise The President said these taxe
J : “ ‘ sé se taxes é . .

T I d was ih ia abit os at ea it. } i " ‘Schnr.F rancesSmith should be cut “only to the extent Blind Society Ss

¢ ) onesia astablshment of such a clear- | that the loss evenue can be | .

' =n in’ union has been given priority GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). Heooilitedt by simineiting eo tase be ag l

DJAKARTA, Jan. 23. | by American recovery officia's.| The Schooner Frances W. , f £ Sea

M 5 ea 2 i loopholes which now permit some
Duteh army planes} They want the bank to serve as) Smith (Capt. Frank Hassell) made} sroups to escepe their fair share! (From Our London Correspondent)
w 230 Indonesian special| “n international currency ex-! Port Georgetown last Sunday, of taxation” | LONDON
om Djakarta, the indo-| cuange to handle commercial morning at 8 o’clock after leaving As to business the President The Common Seal of the re-
pital to-day, to Bancung,} dealings among all plan countries. | Carlisle Bay, Barbados, on Friday, recommended a “moderate in-|cently formed British Empire So-
Hi the airfield open Broad outlines for setting up the| morning, January 13, at 7.30 crease” in the tax rate applicable | ciety for the Blind was seen by
donesian Defence Minis-| bank have already been. drafted | o'clock, | to that part of a corporation’s in- | the Councillors of the Society at
man said that Bandung] by European financial) experts. | Capt. Hassell described the trip come which is in excess of $50,000
|

their first meeving recently.

It bears the date 1950 in Braille,
and is the first of its kind ever i
be engraved in this way.

The Society was formed earlier
vhis month to help in the training
of the blind in British Colonial
territories, “and to compaign

this afternoon accord-| Marshall Plan nations and ECA} as yery rough adding that the
Bports brought in by air-| would contribute funds to the! heayy

telephone communi-| central bank. The bank would
ith the city had been cut,| handle currency exchange among



At the same time he recommended
seas threw water on the] that the tax rate on corporate

deck for the greater part of the} income between $25,000 and
| ae A ees ; tion. Wir | voyage. $50,000 which is at present taxed
—Reuter. | Weste rn Europe ~ es ssured| He also had very bad weather! at the maximum of 53 per cent, be
ein ne be a a ‘some | 0" the previous trip from George-| reduced at the same rate as
certain congressmen é ‘ “| town to Barbados. applies above $50,000.
form of clearing union would be| * 7 — ar ers

‘he; in operation within 90 days. But ee : ott cattik + ‘ against the unhygienic conditions
Sugar W he at he did not state whether the pro- He proposed that estate and gift whieh create blindness, The

f eres Piyy © . tax laws be revised to provide : :
. : A ‘ vould encom- o. < : eae
4 For Mexico poses af apg wr gy rae The FlyingSmuggler uniform treatment and reduce Reaeen ae Saeioty, easone
: pass a te | SAAT Ms ar - present exemptions so as to “not ; oa
EXICO CITY, Jan. 23. tries or merely a small group of LONDON, Jan. 23, oe bring in more tevenue” Gas leading newspapers, who were

; inary them. }’ Brian Donald Hume, 29-year “improve the fairness of the|Titical of the progress made to
ng to preliminary es- —Re | aila . ' ’ to Improve ats airness ¢ e . i
iby the Agriculture and Reuter. «14 defendant in the London | estate and gift laws”. ape. and approved of the new
Ministry, Mexico is | murder trial, today told the jury step .
| i ear ti “oduce ° et that he was known as “the flying Cuts Must Be Balanced joo ieee
) ited ae ak B.G. Interior Commissioner | .:gcier.” ;
, sugar, |

{ ° °
basic commodities. In-| Transferred To Solomons . + ge giving se ag ue The President made it plain that Advertise are the
ton area indicates the| ; iE y Mail). ourth day Of Mis tial’ i ne would veto any tax cut that did | nl
. considerably above | ink Gh Geran Sealine Cone murder of car dealer Stanley not at the same time bring in new | “Advoeate
es. missioner of the Interior, British] Setty, whose dismembered body, | revenue to make up the. loss.
eat crop is estimated] Guiana, since 1946, has resigned! dropped in parcels trom “we On In his message, the President
V tons or about 200,000! and has accepted the appointment| craft, was found last October or discussed at conaitierable length
Virtuably to eliminate of Resident Commissioner of the| the river Thames ge | “shocking” loopholes which he
# Mexico is still im-| British Solomon Islands Protec-! Hume went into the witness oon said allowed some pean. aa in-
about 250,000 tons of} torate, Western Pacific. | as the first defence witness after terests to escape an iene in ee
tly. Increase in pro-| Educated at Rugby and Sand-| his counsel BF. Levy had finished 4 a OR One, he ee
this year however is| hurst, he saw active service in|a 100 minutes opening address aeons —— orn paneer. S
imports and by 1952! World War 1 and 11, When the advancing reasons why he rel eo eae ee ane
latest, imports may be} Evans Commission came to British | sidered the prosecutions account ha i. ertetine Taga eee
completely. | Guiana he was elected to serve as \ of the murder wrong —Reuter porations which are dissolved
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| the airfield, and Republican troops
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PAGE FOUR

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

Tuesday, January 24, 1950

Publie Service

THE necessity for Public Utility Boards
in this island must have been appreciated
by everyone since the great public incon-
venience caused by two of the main ser-
vices within recent months. The Govern-
ment is still in the process of modernising
the waterworks system which it took over
from the Bridgetown Water Company at
the beginning of the century and the Bar-
bados Electric Corporation founded in 1914
as a private concern is still apologising to
the consumers for its inability to generate
enough power.

Tt is not now necessary to describe in
any detail the difficulties which the Elec-
tric Company has endured owing to war
conditions and the inability of English
yesh at manufacturing firms to supply the much
oie needed equipment, neither is it necessary
; to repeat the disadvantages under which
ree people lived who had gone to new resi-
dential areas. The continuance of these
sources of annoyance serves to emphasise
the point.



Two years ago it was suggested that
there should be Public Utility Boards in
Hie this island appointed by the Government.

1" In setting out the details of the suggestion

it was pointed out that the Boards need
1 not be constituted of personnel from the
Legislature alone. People with the requi-
site knowledge should be invited by the
Government to become members of these
Boards and in this way the community
would benefit from their specialised know-
ledge.

It may be that this suggestion was turned
down because at the time the British La-
bour Government had embarked on its
nationalisation programme and the Bar-
bados Labour Party who had then come
into power and was responsible for the
conduct of Government business, hoped
and threatened to carry out a similar pro-
gramme in this island.



The creation of Public Utility Boards is
eat not intended to be a forerunner to nation-
4 alisation. It is intended to ensure that the
best-service should be given to consumers
who pay for the commodity and to guard
against inefficiency of those, services.

The present condition of the waterworks

aie ; and the electric services are hampering
other forms of business which are of great

advantage to this island. The lack of an

adequate supply of water has to a great

sj extent limited irrigation of crops and Bar-
aig bados being an agricultural community, it
e can well be imagined the potential loss
ih from this source. The lack of electric

At ; power affects the many small businesses
“ on which thousands of individuals depend
for support for their families; but in addi-
tion, it must disrupt the services of the ice
companies and the hotels and guest houses.
This is a poor advertisement for an island
which is attempting to encourage tourists
and where huge expenditure has been un-
dertaken in an effort to accommodate
a which will line Barbados with the
igger cities of the world.

Bridgetown aims at being a modern city;
but the present state of public services can
hardly expected to give the city the
right to be included in such a category.
In the past there should have been greater
supervision of Government-owned services
before any attempt was made to censure
other undertakings.

It also seems obvious that a Corporation
entrusted with supplying the community
with electricity, needs adequate capital in
order to extend its network over the whole
island; for it is only by expansion that the
ridiculously high rates charged for electri-
city is likely to be reduced. These condi-
tions should no longer be allowed to exist.
And one method of effecting desirable

es is for the Government to enact
legislation creating Public Utility Boards.

would be but the beginning of a long
list of necessary reforms which could not
be but beneficial.

@UR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—The Council's amend-
ments to the Oil Bill were
accepted by the House on the
Sth inst and I have been told
that the Bill received His Excel-
lency’s Assent next day. The
Act, however, remains inoperative
until it has been proclaimed and
this has not yet been done. In
view of the extreme urgency of

to drill? The

The one great
dum issued by

Government to get the Bill
through the Legislature, the secure
uninformed may well ask: Why Lepper has

the present hesitation to proclaim,
and how long will be the delay?
Presumably, there are one, or
perhaps two, reasons for that
delay. First, because Government
has no copy of the Code of Model



Regulations — a very obvious ind i j
s ependent interests, especially ¢ : j i
, h , rests, 25 y could be of enormous value in from the Colonial Offic , ; :
n a ae . r ame : ’ ; > , lee, no time need realise that its benefits have bee: firm i i
oa 3 perenes oy — in the initial stages. Can anyone subsequent drilling. Next, the ae re fa setting the Question as to. from them and per hes. ec ggg se publish question been asked to
, a 9). —- and geeeney pears the injuries which will scramble to get whatever oil you bados at i a eee on eae. ene CRANE, Ore SeRDTeS ana gn unqualified apology
because there are forces at work follow if licenses are issued to can : s fast as ‘ ; rd have ‘ oo hon SeRnenens .s : or their negligence and for ar
which will wreck the whole mi ses are issued to can and as fast as you can before and huve never been the legal adviser H. C. SEALY assurance tha : ae
=, i wrec ne whole mis- two, three, or more concerns the other fellow gets it; @wo 4 the - BX 2 Co., but I know a good be. forth oz 1at_ spare parts will
pb € jeans _ and it will only which entitle each to go into its wells withdrawing and continuing Wine't - i, oe ; No Legal Redress ? “faulty cent whenever their |
: rve Government right if those allotted section of the island and to withdraw the oil at rates which 4 : a of metal” ere re-
lorces prevailed — forces to get what oil it can? In the first will cause an inrust p To The Editor, The Advocate r a nightly blackouts |
coerce and finally compel place any dividing lines drawn and tha leet: warts of | water SIR a a iis and daily loss of power?
: Government to grant licenses to now by Government a the nen ial = of — wells and a t, Mr a $ explanation
, age ta ; , ‘ ap consequently the shutting off of Of the causes of renewed failure : ru
more than one ‘independent of Barbados must be arbitrary and much haniie, ail Re OS ups hack ” th . renewed failures EDWARD CUNARD.
operator based on no geological on oe ; — iuable oll which is for- € ntain the electric current
0 Evo é r geo- ever abandoned and wasted ee... ste and I} : ine ar Is rumor rlitter
The question has been | to physical considerations whatever this W i oan } a An ‘ cia now being ae on umours “i



Is There No Longer Any C

found most clearly expressed in
his copy of Mr. Lepper’s Report.

excuse for the Policy Memoran-

and for vesting oil rights
Government is,
absolute necessity for control to
orderly drilling.

scrambling and the waste of
money and oil resources which
would inevitably ensue, and con-
tinue, if a small territory like
Barbados were divided into sec-
tions and drilled in separate arid



The Stately Homes

Are

By FRED DOERFLINGER LN-S. Staff Correspondent

LONDON, (By Mail)

Ever-increasing numbers 0
Britain’s nobility are being forced
by high taxation, crippling deatn
duties, the new Town and Coun-
try Planning Act, high mainten-
ance costs and staffing problems
to either throw open their stately
homes to the tourist trade, sell
part of their estates to keep their
mansions going or even put their
“castles” on the market.

Other aristocrats are giving
their estates to the nation be-
cause they can no longer keep
them up and do not wish to see
them broken up.

The peers of to-day are threat-
ened with becoming the paupers
of tomorrow.

The announcement by the
King’s wealthy nephew, the Earl
of Harewood, that heavy death
duties will force him to sell a con-
siderable portion of his 24,000
acre estate in Yorkshire at public
auction this summer, marks the
virtual end of the hey-day of the
landed aristocracy in Britain.

Just as the monarchy and the
pageantry of the Court has en-
riched the life of the nation, on a
lesser scale rural life has been
rendered colorful by the hundred
and one activities which centered
round the manor, house.

When the Earl’s father died in
May 1947, ns left an estate valued
only at $1,537,640. To meet the
death duties on this of $509,640.
40 the present Lord Harewood is
forced to sell much of his land.
Back in April 1948 four farms
on the estate had already been
sold privately.

Harewood, who married Aus-
tralian commoner Marion Stein
last autumn, has also found a job
aS music critic on a national in-
tellectual weekly magazine.

Harewood has been only one of
the many peers of the realm to
be hit by high taxation and death
duties. The men whose job is
to sel] the stately homes of Eng-
land are doing brisk business to-
day.

More and more castles, man-
sions anq large estates are leav-
ing the hands of those living on
invested incomes

The big estates have been sell-
ing up 250,000 acres annually in
the past 30 years and the sales
are increasing. Scores of castles
and manor houses have been sold
up with them.

In 1948 Rongemore Hall, Bur-
ton-on-Trent, seat of the Baroness
Burton, was s7ld. In 1949 the
|family treasures were sold up as

CASES IN COURT by Sir Patrick
Hastings K.C. (Heinemans

15/-).

“There are few things more
enthralling than a trial in the
Law Courts,” writes Sir Patrick
Hastings “However trivial or un-
important may be the issues, to
the parties immediately concerned
they are vital, and, above all the
human troubles that are brought
to light, give, perhaps if only for
posterity, a real picture of the
times at which the trials took
place. After all, the libel action
of to-day would probably have
been a duel a hundred years ago.”
To that I would add that few
places provide a better source for
a story teller than the Courts.
Sir Patrick Hastings has written
of some of the most interesting
cases that he has been connected
with in his many years at the
| Bar, and, incidentally, has pro-
duced one of the best collections
of short stories that I have read
for a very long time. You have
been and still are reading them
every Monday in the Evening
Advocate.

The story that J] enjoyed most
was called “The Stockbroker and
the Yo-Yo”, the account of a
libel action inst?tuted by Mr.
Blennerhassett, a prosperous and
highly respected member of the
London Stock Exchange. An
advertisement for Yo-Yos which
appeared in the “Bvening Stand-
ard” in 1932 was the cause of all
the trouble.

lesson on how to manipulate it

But it would not work, and “come
the dawn and he was still there
dishevelled and wild-eyed with
the Yo-Yo string still dangling
They tried to
part him from it, but it was no

from his fingers.

me by one of the ‘high ups’: Experience has
Would there bé any harm in al-
lowing more than one company

over again that
company A no

answer is to be

and fundamental
first rig as it
the Colonial Office
in
we were told, the

oil first. And
one which firs’

Mr.
emphasised the of one. Double
less squabbles

skilled labour.

will be drilled
expenses, with

well because the Baroness had no



Entitled “Beware of
the Yo-Yo” it described the fate of
a Mr. Blennerhassett who bought
a Yo-Yo for his children and
offered to give them the first

erect a rig on its side of the
dividing line than company B
runs up another rig on its side
of the line and as near to the
follows the race to get to the

gets the bulk of it, if it is there.
Result; two wells drilled instead

the beginning of the folly. Wells

gained,and none recorded, which

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Selling Fast



and taxes. First it was a village,
then < town, and then several |
thousand acres. |
They are typical of the many
aristocrats who have been hit.
The Marquess of Bath, when
his father died, had to sell
thousands of acres to pay death
duties of nearly $3,000,000.’
Because of ‘““high taxation
Viscount Tarbat of Castle Leod,
was recently forced to sell part
of his estate in and around
village of Strathpeffer, Scotland.
Lord Tarbat adequately sum-

room for them in the small house
in which she is now living.

Glenborrodale Castle, the Scot-
tish highland home of Lord Trent,
was sold recently and Hunstanton
Hall, near the King’s Norfolk
estate, which has been in the
hands of the le Strange family
for nearly 1,000 years, was parted
with because of the “impossible
burden of taxation.” Nearly
every month another stately home
is put on the market.

The Earl of Shrewsbury, premier
Earl of England, who last year
sold fruit, cabbages and game to
passers-by from @ stall outside
his mansion watched an auctioner
sell about a third of his estate
at Stafford last June.

Nearly 2,200 acres embracing 13
farms, small holdings and
cottages were sold. Some of the
land had been in possession of the
family since 1170 and the remain-
der since 1615.

Lord Shrewsbury termed present
day taxation “merciless” and said
that high taxation, the capital
levy of 1947 and the high cost
of repairs had necessitated the
sale.

Today he still lives at Ingestre
Hall, Stafford and runs a small
farm of 270 acres with a herb of
pedigree cattle. Most of his
former land is now owned by his
former tenants.

The Duke of Norfolk, premier
Duke of England, still has a 150-
room castle at Arundel situated
in a 1,250 agre park.

But for year’s he’s been selling
out steadily to pay death duties



is the laird selling.”

“I am selling beeause even a
man with title and 54,000 acres of
land must keep out

shall have to borrow money
keep going.
“Taxation

ly that the properties I inherited
are millstones round my neck.

“My grandfather employed 15
gardeners at Castle Leod and at
Tarbat House. Now we have two.
He used the whole of Castle Leod
and staffed it with a dozen
servants. I live with my wife
and small son in one five-bedroom
wing fo the castle. The other 25
bedrooms are kept locked. They
are never used.

“My grandfather entertained on
a considerable scale. Today our
greatest extravagance is an
casional dinner party.

days.”



W.H.O. Exclude Discriminating
Organisations —

GENEVA, Jan. 22.
The Executive Board of the
World Health Organisation to-day
voted against having any official
relations with non-Government-

for the exclusion of the resolu-
tion and the representatives of

key voted against it.

al organisations, which impose
restrictions based on political,
religous, racial, economic and ed they were voting as private
social beliefs on their members.

of their countries.

| Russian people are
under a Soviet system dedicated to develop-
ment of the State at the
fort and welfare of the individual.

»| is having difficulty on
by Western diplomatic observers in the re-
cent official announcement
the! tion of the death penalty for “traitors, spies

of the red; I cow

am selling becauSe if I don’t 1| bo
to| Western diplomats as



Mass Discontent
In Russia

My Kingsbury Smith

(European General Managar, International
News Service)
PARIS (By Mail)
THERE is increasing evidence that the
rumbling with discontent

nse of the com-

Striking evidence that the Soviet regime
the home-front is seen

of the re-introduc-

and saboteurs.”

These are names which have been applied

med up the feelings of many when! in the past to those Soviet citizens who
he answered the question, “WbY/}2ye been accused of almost any act con-

sidered seriously detrimental to the State.

The introduction ef the death penalty
led with administrative shake-ups on
high and low levels are considered by
confirmation of reports
which have been seeping out of Russia for

and maintenance}months concerning - growing discontent
costs have risen so astronomical-| among the people.

Diplomatic advices from Moscow discount
rumours of a serious economic crisis in
Russia.

The Western diplomats are more inclined
to think that Stalin’s home-front trouble is
due to increasing passive resistance by large
sections of the people to Government orders
and policies which keep the masses work-
ing hard on little more than a subsistence
level of living standards.

This passive resistance is not believed or-
ganized. It is considered highly improbable

oc-| that it would, in the foreseeable future, lead

to any uprising that could seriously threaten

“Tt is no fun being a laird these} the regime.

The Government is still considered to be
strong enough to crush any attempt on the
part of the people to resist with force this
Kremlin’s rule.

What is believed to be developing is an
unco-operative and go-slow spirit in respect
to the regime’s seemingly perpetual plans to
hasten rapid industrialization and strengthen

Africa, Sweden, Brazil, Yug°-| the power of th i
’ Dhillipi i e Stat
slavia, Phillipines and India voted a a tedie: tate at the sacrifice of

Strikes are forbidden in the Soviet Union,

Holland, Britain, France and Tu- and absenteeism is punished by forced la-

bour. Thus the go-slow practice and failure

The representatives emphasis-| to co-operate faithfully are the only methods

of resistance which the average Russian

individuals and nc t ames ‘ ;
individuals and not in the names} working man or woman dares risk.

s tion against initiatng ig ,

Pn oes against wy voted — The U.S. and Venezuela ab- In addition to the go-slow method in fac-

by six to four, described these tained declaring that the word tories and on the farms, the lack of co-

organisations as “non-govern= “sectional” had not been proper- operation 1s shown by falsification of official

mental sectional organisations”. ly defined. records and failure to respect Government
of South —Reuter. | decrees.

The representatives



Stories From The Courts

Sir Patrick

e 2
Hastings
was not quite clear.”

The cross-examination con-

By lan Gale

use; and eventually poor Blen-
nerhassett was taken away.”

“Now the writer of the adver-
tisement had no idea that there
was in fact a Mr. Blennerhassett,
but he happened to mention that
his Mr. Blennerhassett lunched
at a well known City restaurant
call Pimm’s. The real Mr. Blen-
nerhassett had in fact lunched at
Pimm’s several times, and he was
ragged so much by his colleagues,
who professed to see in the ad-
vertisement the unheppy life-
story df their fellow member, that
he foolishly decided to institute
an action for libel.

The ‘plaintiff's counsel was
able to point out that Mr. Blen-
nerhassett was the only stock-
broker of that name and that he
lunched at Pimm’s: there the
similarity seemed to cease. In
order to suggest some possibility
of actual damage, he argued
that, since stockbrokers are not
allowed to advertise, the publi-
cation complained of might have
been taken to imply that his cli-
ent was breaking the rules of the
House by himself inserting the
advertisement in the “Evening
Standard.” “Although” Sir
Patrick adds “precisely in what
way a stockbroker might be
thought to be advertising himself
by depicting himself in a lunatic
asylum with a straw in his hair

point out the ridiculous nature of
the whole case. One of the ques-
tions was “Is the portrait in the
advertisement in the least like
you?”” Mr. Blennerhassett could
not very well say “Yes,” having
regard to the straw in the hair;
for the purpose’ of the action he
might not like to say “No”; so he
asked if he need answer the ques-
tion. However it was soon shown
that the only way he resemblea

anyhow he had suffered no actual
damage, and so he lost the case.

Reckless driving and reckless
talking, says Sir Patrick Hastings,
are probably responsible for most
of the litigation

not to rush off to the courts
grievous wrong. In other words,
remember Mr.
and the great expense of
action for defamation.

an

words: “An English jury is the
foundation stone of English jus-
tice ....1 cannot personally
remember one single instance in
which a jury have been wrong.”
And of Barristers he says:
long as civilisation
and

admiration of the world,



reached the ,position which it
now enjoys without the inde-
pendence and above all the in-
flexible honesty of the English
Bar.”

What’s on Today

Meeting, House of Assembly

at 3.00 p.m.
Meeting, Island

Annual
Scout Council, Beckles
Road at 4.30 p.m.

suit all moods,

Mobile Cinema, Cottage
Plantation, St. George at | j, also a lively racoateur.
7.30 p.m.

every Monday.

unless they have suffered a very| p

“So| Some rose bushes.

For example, the official Communist Party
organ, “Pravda,” lashed out recently against
absenteeism at collective farm elections and

‘“administrative pressure to prevent just

criticism.”

Moscow’s mouthpiece also complained
that “nothing is being done to prevent repeti-
tion of last year’s mistakes during planning

sisted entirely -in attempting to|and election conferences on collective farms.”



Changed flis Mind

About Ghosts
RYE, ENGLAND (By Mail)

RE-APPEARANCE of a ghost at a local
monastery has caused a skeptic to change his

mind about the supernatural.

Formerly, the 14th Century abode

t as erly, of
the Blennerhassett of the adver- Augustine Friars, the vinrmebas ah Rye, Sus-
tisement was by name, and that sex County, now belongs to the local council
which uses it for meetings, dances and other

events.

When the council took over the monastery,
they also aequired, without extra charge, the
of, the. Utlenbie i. we mere ghost . a six-foot cowled monk who some-

‘ourts of Justice. His advice to] times has a f i

those who have been defamed is| him with So haaees Conny oe
Latest person to see the ghost is Fred
arris, caretaker at the monastery for 16
Blennerhassett | Years.

|

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|

Parris said that one night he returned to|

the monastery, put his hi i

For juries he has some kind| and his ad nea ana _ re
“I turned my head,” said Parris, “and only

a short distance away from me was a figure

cowled and dressed like a monk.

“T could see right through the apparition at

combines, (moved AWS aA As I watched, the figure
, aw an

English justice will remain the}my celean? oated through the wall of

i Ano j i ;
English justice could never have}jin the Srey ape Posie are, Seeing wood

started shivering.
“Then I felt three taps on the back of m

head, and the coldness left me,” h

Ȏ e declar
During World War II p i ,
“Cases in Court’ is the ideal! heard at the monaiinny Gecdainens’ sill

bedside book. There are stories to} One m ;
written. by one an said he saw five monks walk

who, besides being one of the
greatest lawyers of this century,
For
only 3 cents you read one of them

the lawn in the moonlight.

Fred Parris had formerly scoff
| ports of visions and other ghostly Gomaeaen
but now he says he has

at the monastery
changed his mind.



and’ down those dividing lines
until eventually one by dne the
companies pack up and each con-
cession is abandoned.

proved over and
in all such cases
sooner starts to

i can understand,
Barbados is a very tiny spot. should do.
Why waste its potential? Picture
the dislocation of labour, the un-
necessary disruption of wages
scales, the lack of trained crews
of skilled labour for that par-
ticular work until additional men
are trained, and allthis confusion
going on in a community purely
agricultural and probably in the
middle of the crop season,

can get. Then the

why? Because the
t reaches the oil

flagrant

expense and end-
to get and keep
But that is merely

what Government
ted over and

ae ee it just once more
oat Mr. “pper's Report still has bados have yet to
ny meaning at all to Government and
the Colonial Office, and if a Barbados
Government can any longer act in this

or any other matter without orders

at top speed and
no geological. data




au 1€

If however, our Oil indus-
Higa ne — industry is hence-
o run to suit the
Colonial Office, or, ae ee
worthy considerations are allowed
influence Government's decision to the
eee
cency and the interests of the e
of this island for whose welfare aT
Bill is supposed to have been passed,
then Government must be prepared to
answer to the people sooner or later for

repea
people that matter.”

this oil business, and, as it is, God only
knows what the peopie’s reactions will
be when Oil commences to flow once
more in Barbados and they come to





onfidence In Mr. Lepper’s Oil Report?

Mr. Lepper himself in hi:

Governor of Barbados. a ae > oe
unhesitatingly. and without the asking.
told the Colonial Office and the Gov-
ernment of Barbados in the very plain-
est of plain language which any infant

per has ji,

what Government SYmpathy or

if utterly un-
to

of honesty, de- the frigidaire and

dentally left on.

does. It has been .7° What firm have th
over again “It is the Clectric lighting, he d

ae t } . ating and
me, ts on + refrigerating systems of the

be reckoned with in

dress?

And has the






stery when he

across

blame attaches, So. Mr. Smith
in a position to “crave the
sympathetic understanding of the
public” and he offers no special
consideration in
return. He asks us to live largely
by lamp and candle light, to cook
by kerosene and to foo’ bills,
much as usual, for current which
will re-heat the water. re-chill
, re-kindle,
during the night, all lights acci-

colony been’ entrusted? Has

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Vestry Seeks
| Help From
Adams, Smith

IN FLOOD QUESTION

The St. Jaseph Vestry yesterday

iscussed the problem of repairing
Ln whien were en
oS a e high winds of August
Ss emaber 1 and decided | to
ask Mr. Acams and Mr. Smith,
the parish’s representatives
House of Assembly, to put

in

at case to Government. It
as held that the money given
7 repairs of damaged houses

i uate.
ot ee hated December 20 was

from the Colonial Secre~-
tary's Office. It stated:

ij am directed to inform you
that the Legislature has made
available the sum of $15,000 for
the purpose of meeting the cost
of repairs to houses damaged in
the storm of the nights of August
31 and September 1. The amount
made available is not intended
to cover all claims as the Govern-
ment has not yet decided what
method should be used in regard
to the settlement of certain of the
claims received by it.

An amount of $2,965 is made
available to you under the at-
tached voucher for the purpose
of paying the claims listed in the
attached schedule. The schedule
shows the name of the claimant,
the address and the amount as-
sessed by the Colonia] Engineer’s

ment in conjunction with
the authorities of the parish. You
‘are authorised to have repairs
effected at a cost not exceeding
‘the estimate of the Colonial En-
eer or to make direct payment
to the claimants on your being
satisfied that required repairs
have been completed. There
would be no objection to your
making payments “‘on account” to
enable claimants to purchase re-
pair material.

It is not at present proposed
that claims by owners of houses
who were not occupying their
houses should be met, and if any
of the claimants listed was not
in occupation of his house you
should not meet the claim and
advise me to that effect.

Estimate For Each House

Mr, A. Carter, Churchwarden,
said that according to the letter,
the Colonial Office provided an
‘estimate for each house and in
some cases, the inspector who
had visited the parish, overesti-
mated the damage while in others
his estimates were decidedly
under-estimated.

He said that up to the present
he had repaired 30 houses at the
cost of $1,985. He pointed out
that these 30 houses were repaired
with the money estimated for each
but in his opinion some were
badly in need of further repairs.
‘He said that in one case Govern-
ment had estimated the damage
fo one Mayers’ house av $60, but
Mayers was an employee of Friz-
ers and Frizers spent over $150
to repair Mayers’ house. He said
that he would now hand over the

60 to Frizers, as part of the debt
which Mayers owed them. In
bringing up this he said that it
Bhowed quite clearly how the
Colonial Engineer’s inspector had
under estimated some of the
damage to houses.

Mr, L. R. Hutson said that in his
district he had seen Lisle Mapp’s
house which was also damaged by
the storm. He said that Mapp

as given $90 by Government but

“Hen his opinion this amount could

do nothing to Mapp’s house. He

pointed out that if he was in

pp’s position he would ask

“overnment to try repairing the

house with that amount of money.
Serious View

Mr, A, P. Cox said that he took

very serious view of the condi-
tion of these houses. He said that

different occasions he had
d Government denied that it

vas a storm on the night of Au-*

st 31 and September 1 but now
n the latter they had referred to
Beet as a storm.

He Said that, speaking under
porrection, in 1921 and again in
#38 some large sums were spent
n houses that were damaged. He
Ought that it was very bad to
ay that the other Governments in
ne past had done nothing about
amaged houses when it was the
t Government that was not

bing aS much as former Govern-

He said that he was acquainted
4 woman with many children
@ on page 7

—,

Case Struck Out

APPEAL filed by Weber
hson in a foreclosure action,
struck out with costs by His

es t the Chief Judge, Sir
wan Collymore, in the Court of
yesterday as neither the
ant nor his counsel attended



Uther parties in the action were
une Beckles ‘ (Plaintitf-
ondent) and Westerman D.

Wen (Defendant). Beckles was

sented by Mr. D. H. L. Ward,

Rate el by Messrs, Cottle
Mord & Co,



Students

: The Specialised fields in which
n will

.. be trained are
a as follows:
; a (1); masonry, cement
Mixing, reinforced concrete,
; Ming;
Toup (2); carpentry, joinery
and roofing: p ¥y, Joinery
mp (3): plastering, paint-
i a glazing: ;
Gre? (4); plumbing;
“p (5); house-wiring for|
tricity;
oe 6); locksmiths. The
[ Course aim at giving the!
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950

Guadeloupe





The captain and crew
yestera
Left to Right are:

Geoffrey Williams and Croydon

ay morning after their vessel was sunk by the

LOCAL NEWS

—_——

of the Schooner “Alna Leotaud”

Telemaque, the Captain.

Six Survivors Picked

Up From Sunk Schoouer

The six survivors of the sunken schooner “Alna Leotaud”

arrived here by R.M.S, “Lay Nelson”

terday.

In The House
To-day

A Bill to amend: the Customs
Tariff Act 1921, is the first item
set down on the Order Paper
for consideration in the House of
Assembly today. Mr. M. E. Cox
will move the second reading.
Other matters expected to be dealt
with under “Government Busi-
ness” are:

A Resolution to place the sum
of $2,500 at the disposal of the
Government-in-Executive Com-
mittee to supplement the Expend-
iture Estimates 1949—50, Part I.
Current Estimates, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimates
1949—50, No. 20, which form the
Schedule to this resolution.

A Resolution to place the sum
of $3,000 at the disposal of the
Governor-in-Executive Committee

to supplement the Expenditure
Estimates 1949--50, Part 1, Cur-
rent Estimates as shown in the

Supplementary Estimates 1949-50,
No. 19, which form the Schedule
to the resolution.

Dr, H. G. Cummins will take
charge of the first of these Reso-
lutions and Mr. G. H. Adams
the other.

Under “Private Members Busi-
ness” it is expected that discussion
will be resumed in the second
reading of a Bill to authorise the
Rector of the parish of St. Joseph
to. sell part of the ‘Glebe land
of the said parish to the Executive
Committee of Barbados.

Mr. E. D. Mottley may move
that the House go into Committee
on the Bill to amend the Gas
Works Act 1911, and Mr. D. D
Garner may speak again on the
passing of an Address relating
to the repatriation to Africa of
persons of African descent.

8,S. Cottiea Arrives

DUTCH S.S. “Cottica’”’ arrived
at Barbados yesterday from Eng-
land via Amsterdam with 120
passengers and cargo. Intransits
of the 120 passengers numbered
104.

Among the cargo for this port
were 54 crates of cheese, cases of
stout, beer, champagne, gin, con-
densed milk, powdered milk, meat
preserves, split peas, apples, glass-
ware, enamelware, linseed oil,
paper, advertising material, elec-
trical accessories, dry cells, tea
sieves, textiles and samples.

The “Cottica’ was scheduled to
leave port last night for Trinidad.
Next passenger-freighter of the
Surinam Service expected here is

the S.S. “Bonaire”? which is due
from Dover, England around
February 25 and 27. The
“Bonaire” is sistership to the

“Cottica.” ‘

Local representatives of these
vessels are Messrs. S. P. Musson,
Son and Co., Ltd.

i en

Fined For

Dangerous Driving

ALVA DOTTIN of St. Thomas
was fined 30/- to be paid in 3
months by instalments or in
default one month’s imprisonment
by His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod
yesterday.

He was found guilty of driving
the motor van M-2044 in a
manner dangerous to the public
on the Lower Wharf on
September 1.

Is Sending
To Study

Building In France

acquired some training in the
specialised fields.

Candidates must be between 18
and 35 years of age. During the
course, probationers receive the
same wages as workers, but with
an increasing of 25%.

They also enjoy the benefits of
social security, social insurance,

‘accident insurance and family al-

|lowances on the same basis as
regular wage earners.

The students pay their own
subsistence expenses. Most of the

canteen

ate rice

centres hove

where
ais at : : .

er
;

——--—- 4

about 1.30 p.m. yes-

They are Samuel Williams 23,
Gayman King 24, Grantley Wal-
ters 24, Captain Croydon, Tele-
maque 49, Egber’ De Rocha 42, all
of St. Vincent, and Jeffers James
24 of Dominica.

St. Vincent Schooner “Alna

Leotaud”, 30 tons net, was sunk
about 40 miles to the East of St.
Lucia when it came into collision
with the 4,655-ton (net) R.M.S.
“Lady Nelson” in the early hours
of yesterday. The “Nelson” is
under the command of Captain
Roach.
Captain Telemaque told the
Advocate” that the accident took
place about 5 a.m. Every man
of his crew was up and to work
The “Alna Leotaud” was about
40 miles out to sea on its way to
Barbados from St. Lucia with a
cargo of copra, cocoanuts and
fresh fruit.

When the vessels collided, said
the Captain, the crew and himself
got aboard one life boat. The
schooner broke and sank imme-
diately.

The “Nelson” got back to their
rescue about 7.30 a.m. and took
them aboard with part of their
personal effects which they luck-
ily saved.

The six men looked none the
worse for their experience when
they assembled yesterday at the
Harbour and Shipping Office ta
g.ve a statement.

A preliminary investigation
into the incident was being carried
out there.

Schooner “Alna Leotaud” has
made many a trip to Barbados
under Captain DeRoche with
copra and cocoanuts from St.
Lucia. It has not called here
recently.

Bodily Harm
Cost 30/-

DECISIONS of His Worship Mr.
H. A. Talma who imposed fines
of 30/- and 20/- on Alias Eugene
of Passage Road, St. Michael,
were confirmed by Bheir Honours
Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. H,. A,
Vaughan of the Assistant Court
of Appeal yesterday. Mr. Talma
had found Eugene guilty of having
inflicted bodily harm on Leotta
Marshall on the first charge, and
of having inflicted bodily harm on



Yvonne, her daughter, on the
second.

The evidence was that Marshall
had her little daughter in her

arms when a dispute arose between
Eugene and herself, Eugene cuffed
at her and hit the baby on her
head and on her face, bursting
her mouth, Marshall stooped to
pick up a stone, and Eugene then
struck her with a piece of iron
across her shoulder.
‘
Sold Pear For
‘Ne
Sixpence
Fined £5

THEIR Honours Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr, H. A, Vaughan cf
the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday varied a decision of Mr.
H. A, Talma, Police Magistrate ot |
District “A.” Their Honours in-}
creased a fine from £2 to £5 when |
Henrietta Layne, a city hawker, |
admitted having sold a pear above |
the price scheduled—12 cents in- |
stead of 8. The offence was com-
mitted on December 19, 1949,

Layne had been found guilty
and fined for a similar offence
prior to.this case. Their Honours
felt that gravity of the offence,
since Layne had been warned and

had still committed it, merited a
heavier fine.

Fined 20/-

TWO fines were imposed on
Eustace Harewood of Deacons
Road yesterday by His Worship
Mr. E. A. McLeod.

There were 2(;~ to be paid in
one month or in default one
month’s imprisonment for driving
a car without holding a proper
licence on Tweedside Road on
October 22, and £2 10s. in 2 months
or one month’s imprisonment for
driving the car along the same
road w-th undue oare.

Gate Widened
THE gate of the Fire Brigade;

station is being widened and the
garage is being enlarged.

This has become necessary
because of the larger type of
engines recently acquired by the
f : Rr Fac

« + 1 le . «
fT es i r é
esp @ to ar fire alarm, the
had to be driven |



“Lady Nelson” off St. Lucia.
Egbert De Roche, Gay man King, Grantley Walters,

who were picked up about 7.30
Samuel Williams,



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Arts And Crafts
Maintain High
Standard

CHILDREN from four schools
were among the fairly large
crowd that attended the Barbados
Arts and Crafts Exhibition which
opened at Queen’s Park yesterday
evening. Being held along with
the Arts and Crafts show is an
exhibition of children’s work, all
of which, could not be displayed
at the Annual Industrial Exhi-
bition for lack of space.

School children who attended
were from the Foundation School,
St. James, St Silas, and St.
Albans.

Where the Arts and Crafts show
is concerned, the standard of work
of past years is upheld. There is
a falling off in quantity owing tc
the fact that on this occasion there
are no exhibits from British
Guiana and Trinidad. This, how-
ever, has had the effect of giving
the room a suggestion of greater
spaciousness, which makes _ it
easier to take a step backward
and get a better view of a
particular painting.

Exhibitors include Mrs. White.
Mr, Ivan Payne, Mr. Briggs-
Clarke., Mrs de Kuh., Miss Arne.,
Mrs Macavity., Hon’ble Mrs, Myer.,
Mrs. Merritt. and Mr. Broodhaven,

Children’s Work

There is a good deal of children’s
work on display, unlike the case
at the Annual Industrial Exhibi-
tion where owing to lack of space
only the best pieces can be shown.

The Government Industrial
School was well represented, and
exhibitors from this _ institution

number :



carried off quite a
prizes and certificates of merit.

The exhibition opened at 4 p.m.
and closed at 6 p.m. Before closing
time however, an electricity cut
made looking at exhibits difficult.
The show continues today,



Schooners Call

Schooners “Adalina’”,
denia W.” and “Emeralda”
yesterday with cargo.

The “Adalina” arrived from St

“Gar-
called

Lucia with charcoal, firewood,
copra, cocoanuts, fresh fruit and
three donkeys.

Both the “Gardenia W.” and

the “Emeralda”’ came from Trini-
dad. The former’s cargo was
comprised of tiles, fibre, cedar
boards, metallic liquid, display
material, personal effects and
fresh fruit. The latter brought
gasoline, wood preservative
grease, diesolene and _ lubricating
oil.

The three
signed to the
Association.

schooners are con-
Schooner ed



Police Band
At St. John’s

Almshouse

THE Police Band under Acting
Band Master, Sgt, C. Archer, will
play at the St. John’s Almshouse
at 4 p.m., today. Classica] music
and popular tunes will appear on
the programme,

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PIGEON





| affecting the sales of 2
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| the
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}
PARISH |." A motion to write the Telephone |
Z | Company telling them that the!

service .was not satisfactory in}

ROUND. UP this parish was made at the Vestry |

yesterday. |

. Various Committees and Dele- |
_ St. Michael. Neither Devalua-| gates were appointed by the!
“on nor rise of cost of living is Vestry yesterday, The Building!

- Sweep-/} Committee will be Mr. Carter, !

Williams, Mr

Two weeks ago}Gooding and Mr. Cox. Dele-

Barbados Turf Club was sell-| gates. to represent the Parish
ahead of last year/Chureh are Mr. L. Challenor and

but now they are selling five.|Mr. Carter. Delegates to repre-
Series T is on sale. sent St. Ann’s Church are Mr.

The two shillings is devalued| Farmer and Mr, Mayers. These}
anyway, so its worth the while| delegates are representing the
taking it to try at thousands of| various churches in the 1950
dollars (Barbados Currency). Synod.

Very little rain fell over the] The Harvest Thanksgiving
week-end and St. Michael with] Festival of St. Joseph’s Church
22 parts had the heaviest rainfall.| will be held on Sunday next.
All the other parishes got below There will be three services—at
10 parts. except St.. Andrew, St. 9.00 a.m., 11.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
Thomas and St. John. They got Mr. Oswald Walker was again
only drizzles. appointed official weigher” of

Memberships of the Caribbean| Motor Vehicles when the Vestry
Workers’ Union are ‘nereasing} met yesterday.
daily, People of every walk of
a go up to the second floor of

e Jewish Synagogue building to t © Ze
register for this Union. An Appreciation

One of the members of they, By the passing of Mr. Sydney
Union told the “Advocate” that|B- Inniss, who was a well-known
he thinks the Union is doing fine,|â„¢@mber of the community, ana
although only in its “youth”. who came of a highly respected

It is understood that the Union| family here, the Barbados Chess
has had requests from outer| Club is considerably the poorer.
parishes asking for fuller in-| Mr. Inniss, a keen devotee of the)
formation explaining the aims|8@me, was one of the founder
and objects and also asking that members of the Club, which was |
meetings be held in their districts.|f0rmed as far back as 1922. He

The loss of an amplifier valued| W8S local Chess Champion for
$600 was reported by Algernon] Several years, winning _the
Crawford ofthe “Observer Print-' championship title of the Club
ing Office,” Lucas Street. It is|OM, at least, five occasions. _ He
also reported that the amplifier] so filled the offices of Vice-|
was taken from the Superin- President and President from

tendent’s Office at Queen’s Park time to time, As will be gathered, | ;

between January 2 and 20, It is|h€ was a chess player of distinc-
Mr. Crawford’s property. tion, and a valuable asset to the

George Knight of Cooks Alley | Playing strength of the Club. At
reported the loss of a pair of pants| he first Intercolonial Chess Con-
valued $3.50 from a box cart | 8ess; held in Georgetown, British
which was parked in Prince Wil-| Guiana, in March 1938, he was
liam Henry Street on Saturday. |0M€ of the Barbados representa-

An accident: occurred on Pal-| tives; and he also entered for
metto Street at about 1.25 p.m. other important tournaments and
on Saturday betWeen the motor| Vents, taking part in the cable
van M-1881, owned by Messrs.|â„¢&atches which Barbados contest-
John D. Taylor and driven by ed with British Guiana and
Beresford Bennett of My Lord’s|TTimidad many years ago, ‘and
Hill, and a bicycle owned andj{8!Ving a good account of himself

ridden by Errol Blacket Bush | 0" all these occasions.
Hall. nr ee ee The Club members, who have a!

The rear fender of the bicycle | Sense of personal loss through his |
was damaged. The brakes of the| 2¢ath, desire to pay affectionate
van were tested and found to be ne respectful tribute to |

in order. maGEY,
Another accident took place on
Swan Street, near Bolton Lane, -
at about 10.13" a.m, on Saturday 25 Years Ago
between the motor lorry T 150,
owned by Harold Haynes of| (Barbados Advocate, January
Dukes, St. Thomas, and driven by 24, 1925)
Winston Daniel of the same ad-
dress, and a bicycle owned and =e Sone eet
ridden by Kenneth Quintyne of
Vine Street. At the Olympic Theatre tonight
Both inner and outer tyres of Kid Albert the Barbados light-
the cycle were damaged. weight representative will meet
A third accident occurred at the|]the Demerara Champion light-
corner of Rickett and Trafalgar|weight, Babe Walker in a 10
Streets between the motor car{round contest. The Bimshire lad
G-318, owned and driven by|is about ten pounds heavier than
Clayton Skeete of Salisbury, St.} the champion which ought to be
George, and a bicycle owned and|of some advantage to him. A
ridden by Seafield Sealy of Gar-| great deal of enthusiasm is being
den Land, St. Michael. exhibited in the fight tonight,
St. John. Hugh Grannum of|which is being viewed by a good
the St. John’s dispensary reported|many fans as an_ intercolonial
the loss of $110 in cash from] contest. Undoubtedly the fight-
P. A, Clarke and himself. He/ers themselves feel that way and
stated that the money was taken] are inspired with the pride which
from the same dispensary during|such a feeling naturally creates
Friday night. That there will be a good main





i. 7 7 fight, there can be no doubt
a Philip, A few cotton pick- Added to the thrills which a
ers have started to work in this strong exposition of the manly

Parish and also in St. John. One
man seen carrying cotton to the
Barbados Co-operative Cotton
Factory, said that his name was

art offer, lovers of the sport will
witness a powerful display, be-
tween Stanley Benn and Fighting

: Butcher, — 6 rounds and ;
Joseph Gooding and that he was bantam-weight canta Bia 3
a resident of Rollins’ Land. He rounds. ro

stated that he is getting 16 cents '
per lb. for the cotton. Most of DEMERARA XI.

the cotton that arrives at the Mr. C. R. Browne and Mr. A. G.
Cotton Factory comes from St.| Gomes will be unable to take part
Philip or St, Lucy. in the intercolonial tournament

St. Joseph. Lemons in St./in Trinidad next month.

Joseph are looking lovely, especial- Judging from his play when
ly at Castle Grant Reservoir| last here Mr. Gomes can be
where Mr, Egbert Mayers are| spared but “Snuffy’s” loss should
cultivating some as big as + man’s| be fatal to Demerara’s already
fist. Other fruit and also vege-| slender chances, anyhow they
tables are looking plentiful in the} must buck up and worry along
parish. without him.

Government has given the St.
Joseph a sum of money for the
Tenantry Roads. The Vestry also
asked for money for the Frizers
and Cocoanut Grove Roads but
this request was not as successful
as the aforémentioned.

Holes on certain roads are
causing annoyance to motorists.
These holes especially damage the
springs of trucks, which carry
some very heavy loads during the
crop season,









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SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES.

LADIES’ Red, Tan and Navy Fancy Shoes, White %
Sandals and Court Styles
GENTS AND CHILDRENS SHOES—in a Variety of

Styles and a Fair Range of Sizes

ALL TO BE CLEARED
REGARDLESS OF COST

The Goods we are offering are not shop-

soiled or old stock—they are merely

types and styles we have decided to
discontinue.

THE BARGAINS INCLUDE GENTS SHOES REDUC-

ED FROM .:..... » SIRBR ec e $8.00
AND LADIES SHOES FROM $5.50 ..... to.... $3.00

Of course there are many other lines all reduced on
the same generous scale—Why not visit us to-day and

make your Choice,

HARDWARE DEPT.
Dial 2364.

HARRISON'S







Will customers please note

Owing to the anticipated arrival of a tourist ship, this

store will be opento business all day

SATURDAY 28th

but will be closed for the weekly half holiday at
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rheumatic pains, (

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= wt Or Mean Boy | 2 WE CAN SUPPLY
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| the goods to meet them |







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" » on Britain’s resources and skill. he has tion now hecause tourists also reserve Britain's i
BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS 4 ae
poco studied your requirements, and has welcomed noteis in May. ceed
| ai coca iea: .
: yur buyers in greater numbers every year ‘ vTUDD,
xg ‘ | ste BJF, the largesi national trade fair. JUST RE H a
i 566 - ASE THE MRS 5 cave SHE) > : sia) thiti * $42. Bas Date ® ,
eErcée nae Weare Gar tinee NRG. ROSS SIS SE | ITS LS EVE? | ‘xhibiting at the British Industries Fair ; 1050 -F'vhihire alone wit? 4
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LONDON MA ¥ 8-19 berries.

BIRMINGHAM



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~, INFORMATION about exhibitcrs, advance catalogues, special dis plays and facilities a

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THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES | NEW RELIEF-FOR
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But new treatment does more than
ease these terrible agonies.



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the 28th, our store 28 Broad Street will be

A new product, DOLCIN, has been created which not only gives
prompt relief from the pains due to thé ;

Closed on THURSDAY the 26th instead @

4

: , the symptoms of artiritis a
rheumatism, but also affects the metabolic ¢ ya whi ; pier ‘ we i
@ very important | the rheumatic state’s background. _ oe h , . is

DOLCIN has be oe gis cy x SATURDAY for this week only.
DOL( IN is being used now with unpr jented ss. DOLCIN x ]
is being prescribed by doctors now. And many sufferers have already |< .
resumed norma! living as ar t of taking DOLCIN a _

Don't de Prof siieien sl Detletes ahak : » D

: ience. of fallow-victime of these |% COLLINS LIMITED.

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vcious tablets costs

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neh «+++**

ing TIME
yS:-—2 p-m.

et p.m. Friday

items
“be set out

in “eparate adver's.

DIED

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‘ng for Seven





url Maetbury Cemetery.
invited.

Greene Trotman (Daughter)

c Jackman and Edith wil-

‘ughters), Howard Jackman

; Ge Waterman (son-in-law),

; ania Lawsen, Irene, Maureen

@ Gloria (Grandchildren) .
PLEASE

4
2
Cyn

‘ | Oo SERS COPY.

1

IN MEMORIAM

our dear beloved
Y AVINA THOMPSON,
life on 16th Jamuary

. memo!
| Mind mother

mother dear you left us
Se eoriaat in all your ways
to the end of your

year
ee true

nd kind
a eee maeiocy you have left
ravi ing face,
smile, your gentle

can fill your vacant place, !

dear mother your task is o’er
i hands can do no more, —
-you love you did your best

the Almighty grant thee eternal
%,

in (husband), Carl,

nt.and Carmen (children) .
APERS PLEASE COPY).

DAD “PA 24.1.50—In,










y of our dearly
feher and Brother LIVING-
RD who fell asleep on

wary 1949.
iotove are since thet sad day
we loved was called away
ot the tears at the moment shed,
speak of the hearts that are torn
tears that are shed after years
the griefs that are silently borne.
(daughter) a gry aa
ine a -
8) Marie, Delleph i me

y














mory of ELOISE ELDER, who
away on January 23rd 1949.
and Evening star
one clear call for me
master Thine the glory
h recovered soul
ho can tell the Story
that made us whole.
wR FAMILY.
cag 24,1,50—In.

ed memory of our dear one
HACKETT, who died on Jen-
;

eae tho loss can tell
in of parting without farwell
to-day you were called to rest
oured hard and oe
? @ for the best
r ree Was getting rough
you ee ret oes
: and grand sons:
f Kenneth.
24.1.50—In,



FOR SA








Chevrolet Car. New Tyres
fy, suitable for hire, Apply:
Derricks, St. James.
24,1,50—3n.



















(2) Morris 8 h.p.

» One (1) Vauxhall 1947.

21.1,.50—6n.
olet 1936 in good condition,
\« 22.1.50—3n.

R CYCLE — Two Corgi light-
folding Motor Cycles. These
| Shop soiled and are there-
offered at very attractive
Central Foundry Lid, Broad Si.
21,1.50—3n,.

i tnut Horse, suitgble for
‘Tiding. Apply to The Manager
& Co, 2-22 Roebuck St.
21.1.50—3n.

LES: Hercules Silver King, on
, im green and in biack
& Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

18.11.49—t.t.n
'

EOUS

On

used. Apply Manager,
el. 22.1.50—un.

URM SCALES—Phone 4517 The
Agency Co., (Bidos) Lid. High
22.1,50—6n.



ILIGH

S— American Flashlights
Eveready Automatic Spot-
f low price of $1.92 each,

minson & Co,, Ltd, Dial 4222,

21,1,50.—3n.

Complete large size Lamps





-G.W. Hutchinson & Co., Ltd

® Crank Carts and Har-

to The Manager Pitcher

20-32 Roebuck St.
21.1.50—3n.

$e,
ply





7m










Kerosene Pressure Lan-
eh, Power, $17.58 each, for
ting. A. Barnes & Co. Ltd.

'
21.1,50.

t.f.n,
bn neineaeondaiapeaeetiiooneniats
a FIRE—Instal a Fire-
with doors secured by
gl Suitable for office o1

ur records. Contaci
IN & SONS (B’dos) Ltd,
Tue., Fri, Sun., — t.f.n















and Car Tyres 750 x
A 30 x 5, 600 x 16; 500 x bs
x_18; 450 x 17; 500 x if

" Tyre Co. Trafalgar St
20.1,50—t.f.n,

“ED SHEETS—Best Grade
Sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
a A. BARNES & Co., Lic

. 13.1.50—t.f.n

ft., 6% ft

86 guage Apply:
meet, Phone 260g, TY










“alvanised pipe, All sort:
ma? 1% ins, Phone 46o4
% Co. ue

3.12.49—t.2.n

, a alesale and Retail, Factory

17.1.50—13n
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17.1. 50—13n



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Od Ra:

PRESS ROOM
999406600640.

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1.20 1.64
84 1.2
-08 vif

1,2¢ 1.50

of different classification

fer funeral will
ce, Flag Staff
at 4.15 o’clock this
th Day aoe.
ll an en
at He Friends















Garage, St. Matthias Gap. | Apply to Bradshaw &

*

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950

[CLASSIFIED ADS.

————








“Clariston”

nue leading to Coral Sands.,

Containing
Spacious Verandahs two sides,

FLAT—“Ocean Spray’,
per month. Dial 2374 from Monday.
22.1.50—2n

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

mh S

AUCTION SALE

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS
HAZELWOOD HOUSE
BISHOP'S COURT HILL
SATURDAY 28th at 12.15 p.m.










WE are instructed by Mrs. I.
M. BARRERA and others to se!l
by Auction the folowing valuable
Furniture and effects :-—

Couches, Occasional Tables,
Dining Chairs, Sideboard, Book-
cases, Rockers, Dressing Tables.
Washstands, Chest of Drawers,
Kidney Table, Wardrobes (all
Mahogany). 5-piece Morris Suite,
Dining Tables (one oval), 6 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, China
Cabinet, large Gent’s Press, Writ-
ing Desk, several Tables and Nest
of Tables, Tea Trolley (a!l Crab-
wood of modern design). Modern
Dressing Table and Stool, several
Double and Single Beds (Simmons
Springs), Mattresses, Gallery Fur-
niture, several Deal Presses (all
sizes), Deal Tables, painted
Child's Press, 2 painted we aioe
large), painted Playpen, Lis
Chairs, Singer Sewing Machine,
5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven,
2 (one-burner) Stoves, Frigidaire,
Electric Iron, Go-Cart, large
quantity Glassware, Silver, China,
Kiteh@h Ware, Ornaments. Fold-
ing Steps, Trunks, Suitcases,
Tools, Toys, Ladders, Books and
many other interesting items.

FRIDAY 27 JANUARY and
MORNING OF THE SALE SAT-
URDAY 28TH JAN.

CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER,

AUCTIONEERS

DIXON & BLADON







REAL ESTATE

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

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.40
a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m, on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

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

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

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20.1.50—13n.,
————

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
large ballroom, Dining room library,





cars | fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-

ing to residential club. For details,
4.1.50. —t.f.n,
(1) Double-roofed board



SHOP—One

» apply E. Ward, Oldbury | and Shingled shop, oe at Station

Hill, St. Michael. good condition.
Apply to The Manager, ee conael
. Ltd, 20, 21, 22 Roebuck St.
re ro? 21,1,50—3n

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





20,1,.00—15n,
“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet

of land will be offered for sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday,
the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m,

This freehold dwellinghouse contains
gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
pantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
bath etc. on first floor,

Electric, gas and water services,

The house has recently been renovated
and decorated and is in excellent condi-

tion.
New Fairbanks Platform Inspection by appointment with Mrs,

H. S. Bynoe, Dial 8310,
Further particulars and conditions of
ly t Bn
er COrTLé, CATFORD & CO.,



Solicitors.

21,1,50.—1in.

LEETON—On-Sea, well known anc
attractive Seaside Resort at Maxwell.

For particulars apply Y. De Lima & Co.,
treet, 4644.
20, Broad Si , Phone 9s. 1,00—4e1,



LAND—Three (3) roods of land at

and flowered Chimney. Only | Fitts Village, Saint James on the public

road. (opposite “Alvatro”). Apply to N

21,1.50.—3n | Niles, James Street, or Phone 3213 or

24.1,50—In

For Sale==Contd

3078,







MISCELLANEOUS
“ADEA BeAGeinnme — bo & Ot.

hoyal Store. 17.1,50—13n

——

EGGS—Half-bred bronze Turkey egss
@ 1/- each. Phone 2492, Mrs. K. Gran-
num, Strathelyde, 4.1.50—2n.

”

SICKLES—Castle Turton Sickles, 1342
at 40 cents each, Buy your requirements
now, they are available at G. W. Hutch-

inson & Co., Ltd. Dial 4222. 21.1.50.—3n.

GARDEN SHEARS—8” Garden Shears
at $2.01 each, Limited quantity. G. W.

1 4222
Hutchinson & Co,, Ltd. Dia! 21.1.50,—3n.

GLADIOL1 BULBS—38 different colours
4o. 1 Grade, just aaraven ae Hollen’
eens, - 24.1,50—6n.

ded
CEREALS — Corn flakes, shred
Wheat, Puffed Wheat, Cerevim, All aa
Muffets, Cream of Wheat, also Barley “~
Jatflakes. W. M. Ford. Dial 3489. an
fwebuck Street. 24.1.50—In
ee
TINNED MEATS — Luncheon Beet,
Corned Beef with cereal, Lamb Tongues,
Steak and Kidney Pudding and oe
and Peas. W. M. Ford, 3% Fi vuc
Street. Dial 3489. 24.1, 50-—2n
: }
HAMS in tins cooked 6 Ib. to 8 lb
$1.15 per ib, and Small Tins at $2.97 each |



5 {
also Bacon sliced or whole slabs : Ww
Ford, 35 Roebuck Street mn 2

CANDLES—Prices Candles 8 and 4 to}
the Ib. at 64c. per Ib. W. M Ford, |

“ . al 3489 }
35 Roebuck Street. Dial 2%4.1.50—2n |







from Ist
Situated at Worthing in Ave.

rooms, drawing and dining rooma~a, pantry



Ch. Modern, situated on’ the sea. $30 06



Aviemore, Brittons Cross Road. Phone
2053 between 9.30 a.m, and 3.30 p.m,

WOMAN to live with, cook and care for

old lady. Apply: P. A, Lynch, McGregor
Street,

Worthings Ch.
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,
of bottom
Middle Street, City.

Gered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District
dy the 2nd day of February, 1950, at 11
o'clock, .m.

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PERSONAL
|

THE public are hereby \.urned agains‘

| Siving credit to my wife MILLICENT

VAUGHAN (nee Hinds) as I do not

hold myseif responsible for her or any-

ene else contracting any debt or debte

in my name unless by a written order
signed by me.

} Signed JOSEPH VAUGHAN

Taitts,
St. James.
22.1.50—in



a written order
Signed JOSEPH AGAND.
Mangrov:

e,
St. Philip.
22.1.50—Cn,.

_The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to"my wife DORIS BEST
(nee Springer) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-!.
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order ‘signed by me.

Signed PRINCE ALBERT BEST, ©
Bellepiane,
24.1.50—2n

WANTED

|

Office. Salary $60.00 to $75.00, Depend-

experience
Successful applicant must assume ducies
by 1st February. Apply in person with
written application to the Secretary,
Eckstein Bros. Bay Street.

21.1.50—3n



Competent J
housekeeper for Guest House. Experi-
enced in preparing Salads, making pas-
try, Pudding, ete. essential.

months
and be willing
to live in. Apply Box 33 C/o Advocat
Advtg. Department. 22.1.50—2n.

YARD BOY—Able to ride Bicycle,
Apply: Manager, Sea View Guest House

24.1.50—3n

Sasa epuyasiryapeyeeereenee a ennentelicaty
HOUSEKEEPER — Four Winds Club,
St. Peter. 24.1.50—2n

ENGAGEMENTS made for private
Typing and Shorthand, afternoons 4 p.m.
Saturdays 1 p.m. Miss P. R. Rogers,

24.1.50—6n.
MIDDLE





24.1.50—2n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

_ The application of C. N. WEEKES of

Ch. for permission to

at part

floors of Weekes Canteen,

Dated this 23rd day of January 1950.

To H. A. TALMA., Esq
Police Magistrate Dist. ‘A’

Signed C. N. WEEKES,
Applicant. |

N.B.—This application will be consi-

‘A’, on Thurs-

H. A. ‘TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist, ‘A’.
24.1.50—In

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The Dominica Handcrafts

Co. will remain open on...
SATURDAY, JANUARY
28TH but will be closed on
THURSDAY, JANUARY
26TH, This is intended to
patronise the tourists visit-
ing this colony.

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NOTICE
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Due to the arrival of a tourist- x
ship on Saturday 28th our store %
will be closed on Thursday, the %

26th instead of Saturday for this
week only.

Sary for the Gove
tric supply position has improved.

Seawell, at a Salary of $
2. The officer will be r
at the airport and to pay re
Duties will include:

Administration of Airport and staff and supervision of
airport services, e.g. Air Traffic Control, crash and fire
equipment, radio services, airport hygiene, etc.
Candidates should have a good general administrative
background and experience
would-be advantageous:

Flying as aircrew;

Aircraft and/or aerodrome control by day and night, !

both R/T and Visual;
Airport Administration;

Organisation of crash and fire fighting personnel and

| Colonial Secretary,



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT

INCOME TAX NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annurn
or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over. and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during the past year or not.

Forms df Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or
respective dates :

li Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3ist

day of December, 1949, on or before

1950.

2. Returns of persons whose
situate in the island on or
Returns of all other persons,

uary, 1950,

10.1.50.—19n,

WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT

: Owing to interruptions in the electric power supply, it is becom-
ing increasingly difficult to maintain
partly

Unless this co

RESIDENT MANAGER, SEAWELL AIRPORT, BARBADOS

Applications are invi



Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.

NOTE; Any person failing to make his return within the due
date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and
not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
factery reason is given.



relies on this power for pumping.
The public are hereby request
use of water and to re

port immediately any leakages in basins, lava-
tories, Standpipes, ete.

-operation is given immediately, it will be neces-
tTnment to impose water restrictions until the elec-



ted for the post of Resident Airport Manager,
2,880 per annum.

equired to occupy Government quarters
nt at 5% of salary.

equipment;

Radio; ete.
Candidates should also mention any

qualifications.

3. The appointment will be on
be terminated by one month’s notice on

Be Wise...

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— | Vestry Seek Help

from page 5
whose house

L. Smith, M.C.P., and Mr. G. H.
Adams, M.C.P., to see if some-
thing could not be done to assist
the unfortunate people.

Five Months Since Storm

“It is five months since the
storm, and I think that it is time
that somettiing should be done”,
said Mr. Cox.

Mr. L. E, Smith next said that
the-matter was in the hands of the
Churchwarden. He said that he
had approached the Churchwar-
den to find out the necessary
amount that would be needed to
complete repairs to these houses,
and he was informed by the
Churchwarden that he should
wait a short while.

Mr. Carter said that he had told
Mr. Smith to wait because some
of the money could repair and
more than repair. the houses that
it was estimated for.

He drew an instance to the at-
tention of the Vestry where he
said the houses of Mary Hutson
of Spa Hill and Clyde Inniss of
Dark Hole were repaired and with
i money left over from these two
houses he repaired another house
which belonged to Violet Jordan,
also of Dark Hole.

Mr. Colin Williams, said that he
did not know if the St. Joseph
Vestry would get any more from
Government because Government
knew that the whole thing was a
racket.

By this he meant that in some
cases where peoples houses were
damaged before the storm the
same people were claiming that
their houses were damaged by the
storm.

Charge of The Job

Mr. Smith then said that the
Churchwarden was in charge of
the job. If he (Mr. Smith) was
to get more money from Govern-
ment, he would have to tell them
how many more houses needed
repairing and what was the cost.
He said that in his opinion the
Churchwarden was. going about
it the right way. First he would
have to fix what houses he could
before he could say how many
others needed repairing and the
amount it would take. He accused
Mr, Cox of placing himself in
front of the Churchwarden.

Mr. Cox said that in the first
place the Churchwarden had
made an estimate of $4,200 for 47
houses and Government did not
accept it. They sent their own
inspector to make estimates. He
said that it was left to the repre-
sentatives of the parish to go for-
ward and place the matter before
the Government. Mr. Smith and
Mr, Adams should go forward and
ask Government to send someone
to the Parish to see the condition
of the houses.

At this stage the Churchwarden
said that in the first place Mr. Cox
was talking about money and now
he changed his argument to that
of sending representative to see

before the following

the 31st day of March,
principal place of business is not
before the 30th day of June, 1950.
on or before the 3lst of Jan-

F, CLAIRMONTE

the domestic water supply, which

ed to exercise extreme care in the

22.1.50—2n.



in any of the following

other aeronautical
a temporary basis in the first place

either side,
should be sent to the

24,1.50,—2n.






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DIXON & BLADON

REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS
Phone 4640 Plantations Building.














Samples of the following MAGAZINES for Subscriptions can be seen at;
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Just Opened by JOHNSON’S HARDWARE,





The undersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No, 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950,
at 2 p.m.

The Dwelling House called “CARLDIEM” 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, “Brat-
ton,” Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357.

For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

11.1,50.—15n.



| IT IS GOOD VALUE ! !

SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
in White, Gold, Pink and Blue at $1.35 per yd.

SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99c. per yd.
SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof

BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.

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was falling down
over her head. He wanted to ask
the parish's representatives, Mr.







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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Sch. Manuata, Sch. Belqueen, Sch. Mary
M. Lewis, Sch. Hazell Scott, Sch. Fran-
ces W. Smith, Sch, Marion Belle Wolfe,
Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch. Marea
Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch. Endeavour
W., Sch. Barca De Oro, M.V. Daerwood,
M.V. T.B, Radar, S.S. Pacific Star.

Schooner Emeralda, 51 tons net, Capt.
Belmar, from Trinidad; Agents: Schoon-
er Owners’ Association.

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.



From Dover—M. L. Berry, E. Hudson,
M. A, Layne, C. L. Sealy, R. Sealy, E. A.
Mitchell. Passengers leaving for Trini-
dad last night were John Frederick

Cameron, Isabel Garcia, St. Clair Mer- +

ritt, Ione Rollins, Monica Rollins, Viel-
lard Rollins, Melvin Rollins, Arthur
Bowen, John Greaves, Alice Baptiste,
Alan Holder, Miriam Holder.
R.M.S, Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons
Capt. Roach, from St. Lucia;
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd.

net,
Agents :

ARRIVALS By B.W.1LA.L.

From Trinidad :—Beryl Armstrong,
Donald Armstrong, Jacqueline Alexis,
Ernest Viera, Elford Bolden, Frank Kidd,
Henry Mendricks, Mildred Sealy, Basil
Gooding, Stewart Nock, Leo Sweeney,

Elizabeth Rapsey, Olga Linton, Angel
Duarte, David Purcy, Margaret Ercolani,
Victor Ercolani, Aurelia Friedman

George Harris, Rene Vandenbrande le
Carmen Vanden Branden, Carmen Van-
denbranden jr, Margarite Vandenbran-
den, Patricia Bourne, William Yuille,
Andrew Yuille, Grace Yuille, Ann Marie
Forte, Marcus Shadach, Mania Shadach,
Joan Chimming, Richard Budd, Charles
Hayward, Charles Ablett, Mark Green-
hill.

From La Guaira:— William Krum,
Helen Krum, William M., Krum, Helen
A. Krum, Haim Pinkas, Maria de Pinkas,
Miguel Pinkas, Inrieh Lanes, Marianne
Lanes, Roberto Lanes, Hubert EB, Brisley,
Eleanor Brisley, Ralph Kinch, Ingeborg
Rosenmund, Hedda Quemada, Mary M
O’Donnell,

From St. Lucia :—Anthony Lewis, Ercil

% ~ .



Donsdale, from Trinidad; Agents: H.
Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.

Schooner Gardenia W., 48 tons net,
Capt. MeKree, from St. Vineent; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association,

Schooner Adalina, 50 tons “Capt.
Flemming, from St. Lucia; ~ its:
Schooner Owners’ Association. ~ _

S.S. Cottica, 2,312 tons net, Capt. Van

n, from Funchal; Agents:S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. ArriVing by
this vessel were :—



Howell, eae Donegan, Mark Mercier,
beth ercier,
yen Antigua:—Lilla Hill, Frank Man-
son, Ida Manson.
From St. Kitts:—Mrs. May Lakami-
chand, Master Kumar Lakamichand, Mrs,
Erme Frost.

Intransit to Trinidad :—Mr. S. Sebas-

tian, Mr. E. DeLisle, Mr. A. Davis.
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L,

For Trinidad :—Mr. Douglas,
Mrs. Josephine Douglas, Miss Jane Doug-
las, Mrs. Ernestine Young, Miss Yvonne
Young, Miss Lillian Sealy, Mr. Robert
Frey, Mr. Charles McEnearney, Mrs.
Esther McEnearney, Miss Ursula Solo-
mon, Mr. Woodley Anthony, Mrs. Doro-
thy Pollard, Master Richard Pollard, Mr.
John Thomas, Mr. Naim Sabga, Mrs.
Dorothy Bovell, Miss Jean Bovell, Mr.
Mayer Matalon, Mr. Haven Walton, Mr.
Charles Binger, Mrs. Charlotte Binger,
Mr. John McGregor, Mr, E. Springer,
Miss Jean Stone, Mr. Reuben Griffith,
Mr. Julian Bynoe, Mr. Harry Cadiz, Mr.
Ramsey, Mrs, Silina Moore,

For Grenada :—Prof. Cyril Beasley,
Mr. James Babb, Mrs. Joyce Babb, Miss
Ingrid Babb, Mr. Lisle Webster, Mrs.
Phyllis Webster, Master Anthony Web-
ster, Master Wayne Webster, Mrs, Milli-
cent Mahy, Mr. Henry Tucker, Mr. Keith
Stewart.

For Jamaica ;—Mr, John Sutton.

For St. Lucia:—Miss Margaret Mar-
band, Mrs, Joan Deveaux, Master David
DeVeaux, Mr. John Lewis.

For Antigua:—Mr. Bertram Work,
Mrs. Pauline Work, Mr. Alfred Blackett.

For La Guaira :—Mrs. Terthia Hyde.

{N TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless Ltd.,
they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados

coast Station;—

S.S. Esso Rotterdam, Amukura, Ari-
guani, Columbia Star, Lady Nelson, Lady
Rodney, Esso Amsterdam, Silver Oak,
Bellerby, Eros, Cottica, M/V Rosario,

incon Hills, Byejord, Dolores, Matarva,

the condition of the houses. He
then asked Mr. Cox to explain to
the representatives of the parish
whether he wanted money or a
representative of Government to
inspect the houses.

After further discussion Mr.
Cox moved that a resolution be
seat to. Mr. Adams and Mr. Smith
Stating that the Vestry considered
that the grant for repairs to
houses damaged on August 31 and
September 1 by storm, was inade-
quate, and asking them to take
the matter up with Government
so that a further inspection and
estimate should be made, The
motion was carried by a 5—4 di-
vision.

advise that San Mateo, Thallepus,

Prospecvor, Alcoa
Clipper Clipper, Jamaica/KDCY, Esso
Greenville, Del Mar/KFYZ, Loide -on-
duras, » San Rosa/WMDA, Jeanne
Dare, Mauretania, N. ©. Rogenas,
Auricula, M/S Amerigo, Southern,.C ities,
Interpreter, Norness, Rebecca.Boon,

Seania, Jutahy, Ampc California; maloon
Roamer.

Burial Ground

The question of a Burial
Ground for the Parish next arose,
The Churchwarden said that he
was informed by the Rector that
the St. Joseph burial ground had
been closed. He said that the
owners of Joes River had con-
sented to sell the Vestry a plot of
land for a burial ground. He
pointed out that this land had
been appraised by the Solicitors,
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, and
since the appraisement nothing
has been done. He said that it
was appraised at $830.

@ On Page 8

SHIPPING NOTICES





The Schooner “Belqueen” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for

St. Vincent. Sailing Monday 23rd
January.
The Schooner “Endeavour W”

wilt accept Cargo and Passengers
for Trinidad, Sailing Monday 23rd

January,

The M.V. “Daerwood” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba, Sailing Saturday 2lst
January,

ee

B.W.1. Schooner Owners’ Associa-
tion (Ine.) Tel. 4047.















MONTREAL, AUSTHALIA NEW
ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(MLA.N.Z.) LINE)

M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to

sail from Sydney January 4th —
arriving at Trinidad about February
7th,

M.S.“KAIPAKL” is scheduled to sail
from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie
January 10th, Beauty Point January
13th, Melbourne January 28th, Sydney
February 8th, arriving at Trinidad
about 10th March.

These vessels have ample space for
Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo.

Cargo accepted on Through Bills of
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply:—

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SERVICE
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Halifax Barbados

January 3th. January 18th.
January 22nd. February 3rd.

Sailing every two weeks,

NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S. BYFJORD sails from New York 13th, arrives in Barbados 22nd.

15th January.
3th January,

We can have an AUSTIN
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PAGE EIGHT



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‘Sports —

Cricket ‘
Football. Recing





THE FOUR TALL SCORERS in the second cricket ‘Trial match concluded at Kensington sh
These four batted for Mr. Williams XI which col lected 422 for 9 wkts. Here are, left to right, C. B.
Williams. 14 128 (retired) Norman } hall 87, E. L. G. Hoad jnr. 53 (not out) and A, M. Taylor 62.

B.G. Cricket Team) Australia

‘ . In Danger
Coming Earlie Of Defeat
—Team Wants Practice

FIRST IN 40 YRS.

DURBAN, Jan. 23.
The British Guiana Cricket team coming to Barbados for| Australia, 255 runs behinc
the Tournament in February will arrive about four davs| South Africa with seven secon¢
earlier, than originally intended. | innings wickets to fall in the
: P | Thixa Test here, are in danger 0!
| their first defeat by South Afric:


























The object of this, is to give ,——
the Guianese cricketers at | for 40 years.
opportunity to get some badly
noeaee practice, as torrential rains | The match ends to-morrow
washed out all of their trial games, ‘ The Springbok’s only victory
and the team was selected, mostly SPORTS against Australia was in 1910
on past performances “i eee ee , tere
The Barbados Cricket Associa- esas: 20am .
tion yésterday received a cabie |} EDITOR England at the Oval in 1938
from British Guiana, asking i On a scarred pitch showing
an, earlier arris could oF Answers Questions increasing signs of wear, South
arranged. The cal association Africa, who led by 236 on the |
agreed ; Roos : first innings were spun out for
pe gon) ean Ken 99 to-day by Ian Johnson anc
The Cables ‘ Sr ase i. - e 1) “Coit Bill Johnston after being 74 for |
ee eee ae two at lunch. At the close Aus-
Cables were tralia had lost 3 second innings|
“Owing abnorma rainf L Hutton of York- | wickets for 80
Owin ‘ cmz oe ie Rain is predicted for to-night
since Dece ee ree 3. Drobny and Czernic which should add to Australia’s
almost - een ae 7 ; J y Leach srbuibles
sidering flying t o1 cond “pas iviweratiy
February all add : 7 = Set to get 336 runs to win ip
penses until sixth our e Qu ns appeared in | seven and a quarter hours, the
stop © like cabled sterday Evening Advo- | Australians made a patient start,
mation your Associat | scoring only 13. runs in the 42
= rene . minutes play before tea.
Kensington repeat Kensington, i il
and accommodation arranged sinectlieheecieeiertiiipedibiedatliiai cinema i |

jeries rise chest high, while Hugh
Tayfield whipped off=reaks sharp-
| ly across the pitch, to which the
| heavy roller had been applied

accordingly stop if mpage? y/
you may split team for pu eee
accom modating extra time
Reply quickly

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WISHART > | between innings. 3
‘ With one run added to the tea
The Barbados Cricket A I rogramme score Tayfield dismissed Jack
tion replied as follow Moroney. Norman Mann _ took
“As t ANUAR' 1950 Keith Miller's wicket at 33 and}
a ee | a | Lindsay Hassett went at 59. All
oe ean was E Northern} three Australians were out lL.b.w
ee _ K 745 am.| Dudley Nourse, South Africa's
—" : Pros From Tpe/Captain, did mot enforce the
Queen’ “es , S 5... | follow-on when play started to-
F Amatved * og i .» " day, apparently being influenced
ae IOYOS j {by the weather forecast. South
| Africa began cautiously and in
ew ‘| » Bull’t|two hours before lunch put on
Cont | ws: 21° P=! 74, but in just over an hour after
F Ring Ur \the interval, Johnson and_John-

| ston, exploiting the deteriorating

tures the following v

-| pitch to the full, claimed the re-









to them 2 4 =. Pe le di =:
tad s 445 pt Jone: | maining eight wickets for the ad-
Due abnorma nf : oe va bY | dition of only 25 runs.
British Guiana Te is > pm. Generally Speaking: 5.4 At one stage, seven wickets
four days earlier . Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre| fell for eight runs. Nourse de-
pense Sto; Date gan; 6 p.m. From ‘the +. Pro-| fended stubbornly, his 27 oc-
unaltered ; oe BY cupying 96 minutes Johnson
| 6 5 re London; :| took 5 wickets for 34 and John-
} eT a eee "Phe dews:| 20 4 for 39.—Reuter
The BG Cricketer = Ho from Britain; |
originally carded %& ive ‘ Job: 9.20 p.m. BRC
Barbados on Febr f Eng i Light Orehestra 1
commence the ae oe veiw Re. ; Prawn Hunt



mn Thursday 8 : r :
nes of i irscay © E The New



eae Ever seen a prawn 10 inches
long?
| There are colonies of them
(Jumbo King prawns, they're
called) off the New South Wales
eoast. No one knows exactly
where, but the Fisheries Depart-

ment is trying to find our
If it can it will can.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.20 a.m,
Sun Sets; 5.59 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter) Jan-
uary 26

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 7.46 a.m., 7.52

ROLLING STOCK

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Cuban Team
For Carib
Olympics

HAVANA, (By Mail.)
Nine men have classified for a
chance to form part of the Cuban
team to compete in the 4,000
meters cycling competitions in the
coming VI Certral America and
Caribbean Olympic Games to vs
held in Guatemala. Six classified
for the 200 and 1,000 meters
| Teams
The first three best times in the
| diooo meters eliminations and
their time were Reinaldo Paseire,
six minutes 3 1/10 seconds., Luis

Delgado, 6 minutes 7 3/10 seconds., Three members of

and Leopoldo Posa‘la, 6 minutes from Caracas yesterday evening by
il seconds. of four matches <¢gainst Caracas Polo Clubs. :
Places in the 200 and 1,000. Michelin was presented to them by the Tacon Polo Club as a souvenir

after the match. Left to right:
(Capt.)

meters races were listed accord-
ing to the time for the 200 meter
dashes. The first three, with a tie
for third, were as follows., Leo-
poldo Posada: 200 meters, 15
seconds and 1,000 meters, 1 minut

52 2/10 seconds. Reynaldo Paseiro:
200 meters, 15 1/10 seconds, 1,009
meters, 1 minute 52 6/10 seconds.

i enocemnessts
‘Despite the cries fo; the return
{ many players who have given
England great service in the pas:
it is unlikely that footballers over
thirty years of age will make th
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ipogardo Rodrigue, 20. 2 1¢ British selectors hav@ deci For Particulars See ...

15 5/10 seconds, 1,000 meters, ~ rer concentrate on youth in view

minutes 10 9/10 ‘seconds Luis + the rigid opposition to be met Bie ays a

Delgado, 200 meters, 15 5/19 |. hos sa attceae me, ete De e | ZB, aT

seconds, 1,000 meters, 1 minu —INS. Ficte- Fearn” which cutie fj ig
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55 8/10 seconds.
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basis of time made in -
eliminations and on sub er By M. Harrison-Gray
tests which are to begin so Dealer: North. North-
aA S South game
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North bids Two Clubs and
South Two Diamonds ;: then
North Two Hearts and South
Two Spades. North bids
Four Spades, a jump bid
showing strong trump, sup-
port and by inference invit-
ing a slam, ¢s a simple raise
to” Three Spades could not
be passed. South’s hand is
better than it might be, so
he bids Five Spades and
North goes Six Spades.

West lead @J to East's
@A. The best return is a
trump. South's safest plan is
to set up the dummy. At
trick 3 9 K_is cashed; then
three low Hearts are ruffed

chance in the World Cup tourna-
ment,

If they fail to qualify they wii
return to Brit n July 1. Bui
since the
almost certain
land should be
rounds.

The British boys are
fident and believe that t
Cup will be brought
in the safe hands of their
Billy Wright





to be se
seen in tne I

very con-





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and ¥ K early in the play.
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The Brazilian Footbal! Associ

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sr- § by South, using dummy’s
taken. it has been estima hat §$@10 and @K as entries.
the outlay for each player w 3 Back to dummy with A,
era fe : coe : and @A and @J draw East's
come to d@out seve iteen dollar 3 trumps. South must not
a day. $ attempt to cash both WA
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expenses.

Vestry Seek Heip

@ from page 7 Rectory Glebe is a suitable one,
Mr. A. A. Gill, Vestry Clerk and therefore asks the
informed the Vestry that he hac Member for St. Joseph to pro-
seen the Solicitors. Mr. Boyce said ceed in the matter of the passinz
that he had sent in to the Colonial of the Bill for the sale of the por-
Secretary’s Office for a licence. tion of land for that purpose.

He then explained the circum- The resolution was carried by;
stances to Mr. Boyce who in turn a 5—4 division.

telephoned the Colonial Secre- A letter was read from the |
tary’s Office. This Office replied Social Welfare Officer and this
saying that the licence would was accompanied by rules for the}
eome through as soon as possible. playing field.

agreed to}
Officer

It was unanimously
write the Social Welfare

The Chairman and Rector, Rev.
Mallalieu, next said that the new
graveyard would have to be en-
closed and consecrated before
anyone could be buried and he
was anxious to see that it was
proceeded with because it had
become impossible to find any
more spots in the old burial
ground. Members Present

Mr. Williams next moved that Members present were Rev
a letter be written to the Colonial ;, C. Mallalieu, Chairman, Mr
Office asking them to handle the #. A. Carter, Churchwarder
mater of the licence as soon as Mr. J, H. Haynes, Mr. W. R
possible. This was carried, but Coward, Mr. A. P’ Cox, Mr. L
Mr. Carter suggested that a burial — Smith, M.C.P., Mr. J. R
ground should be laid out before Wutson, Mr. C. A. Williams, Mr
anyone was buried. Ww

Mr. Williams replied sayins
that he had approached the Direc-
tors of Joe’s River and that they
are prepared to accept the ap-
vraised figure. He said that if the
Vestry had proposed to accept the
figure he, as Managing Director,
would give them permission to
lay out the land, but not to bury
anyone until the land was taken

ver. This was agreed to

New Post Office

The Vestry also discussed the
question of the proposed site for
the erection of the new Post Office
and after a lengthy discussion
passed the following resolution

Resolved that this Vestry is ot
the opinion that the proposed sit

‘or the new Fost Office on the

to known what was being done}
with regards the granting of the}
money from Government for the |
Community Centre at Bathsheba|
before he rules forwarded by her}

could be considered

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Mark Edghill, Col.
_ Mr. Herbert Dowding (Manager),

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actising. The tour had been 4} ; $ aU! ee
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The remaining members of the | Atkinson’s Irish
Lee Deane and Elliot Wil- | 48” long
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and Mrs. Dowding hoped to return | 22 X 22, Shades white, each = uu

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PAC.F EIGHT THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MNtAfrfc. Crlrfcrt fMlluiH. nr; S|HHMS tekah Vrbi;>c. t i 1 B iH THE FOUR TALL SCORERS in the second cricket Trial match concluded at Kensington "?•' ThS.Tour toHec? to, I XI .hid, col Iccted 2 for wku Her. arc left to^rlght. I B G lload )nr 53 (not out) and A. M. Taylor 62 ThM lour batted lor > 128 (retired, Normar Mar.hall I B.C. Cricket Team 1 Coming Earlier — Team Wants Practice Australia In Danger Of Defeat FIRST IN 40 YRS. DURBAN, Jan. 23. The British Guiana Cricket tram coming In Barbed for Australia, 255 runa behint ,he i Tournament in Frtru.rywtH arrive .bou, fou, fJey, *^"&*%,^£ £"3 earlier, than originally intended. The object of thJ the Gutanese cricketers an opportunity to fet some bJl> needed pradice. as torrential rain-. washed out all of their trial lames. %  team was selected, mostly on past performance* The Barbados Cricket Associa-1 ,y received %  from British Guiana, asking H -rliflr arrival coul arranged. The local asso. agreed The Cables :.g abnormal rainfa.. since December resulting alaooat devoid practice are coil< akimnf flying fir Februar> pi in— until sixth our .ICCOUI atop would like cabled confirmation your Ataocio*. able and will arrani Kansinftot. rapaa t K and accommodation arranged • ccordinly atop if neceasarj you may split team for purpose accommodating extra time Ho; RepK quickly [ART The Barbados Cricket Association replied as follows — "Asjaod i • wiar.es Stoj. %  splitting su-p practice K ssssi ti j too d:. %  Quean's Park after*. tf desired ~ HOYOS %  rsapofiairaa tor Intercolonial Fi* turva the f olia-ng was d<* I Bgasj "Due abt: : Bnu-h Giuana Tex: four days earlier *>' pans* Stop Da*. unaltered The BJC originally csrJsd to arrive in Barbados on February • %  anc fornmetkoe the ft:day matches on Thursday 8 SPORTS EDITOR Arswerc Questions k Button and Ken Bousfleld both come Golf Ion of York3. Drobny and Crernic. %  .' %  Oxford UnrVi a) Quciiinni appeared in I AdvoCuban Team For Carih Olympics Bv Mail .) s r tufted to i eajMisre to norm asart of the Cuban MM to compete in tne 4.000 sssssrs cycling competitions In the assess* VI CerAral America and Canboean Olympic Games to >•? held tn Guatemala Six claadiVd for the 200 and I 000 meters races The first three best m 4,000 meters e.iminauois ana their time were Relnaldo Paseirv, six minutes 3 1 10 seconds.. Luis Drlgado. 6 minutes 3 !<> secondCol. SSTtotht 200 and 1.000 filehehn w-jjre-er^to "S&F^S^Q^'V dashes. The first three, with a Ha _ . for thud, were a* follow*. Le-Despite the cnes (o. •poldo Posada: 200 meters. 1 i in any players who have given seconds and 1.000 meters, l minut England great service in ihe pa %  52 2-10 seconds Resr.aldo Pa*eu<-< ., ,, un ;,it.,|y that fdotbeJ 200 meters. 15 1 llTseconds, 1.00 J ,hi nv vears of age will make the metra-s. I minute 52 8 10 seconds lf|p ^Brazil WESTimi* AIR TRAVEL Reservation! on all Air ii nei at No Extra Cost Leave BARBADOS by... Three member, of the Mo team •> ">r M.ru*^ re.urned and Leopold, Pea la. minute. a_j C arac> B Crub. Cup'neM by Col. — iJSL S^SSJSSt S2+ !"!" Polo Club .,_. souvenir Polo Team Returns From Caracas Leonardo Rodriguez. 200 meter-. pconds, 1,000 minute* 10 9 10 'aecondi Uil i Deljado. 200 meters. 15 5 1 seconds. 1.000 meters. 1 minut-, 55 8. 10 seconds. The Cuban Olympic will choose Cuba's Warn on the basis of time made in 'be*' eliminations and on su tens which are to bet*in soon %  IM British selectors haft deel-.:,.d \o ccncer.lrate on youth in vie* >'. the rigid opposition to be me: N and make your comection TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA For Part icul a\ra oa B.B.C. Radio Programme SpMasng %  %  n 10 rr PrOfTt Tiilid Twt here, are in danger o: their first defeat by South Afric for 40 years The match ends to-morrow The Springbok's only victoi> against Australia was in 191C —11. Australia has not beor beaten in a Test since losing at England at the Oval in 193R On a scarred pitch showing iiwreaine signs of wear. South Africa, who led by 236 on Uw f.rst innings were spun out for 99 to-day by Ian Johnson anc Bill Johnston after being 74 foi ,two at lunch. At the close Australia had lost 3 second inning; tor 80 Rain is predicted for to-nigln Uld adr 1 to Australia's troubles. Set to get 33fi runs aam n and quarter hour*, the Australians made a patient start. %  Sorlguj only 13 runs in the 42 minutes play before tea Mc Carthy made several deliveries rise chest high, while Hugh Tayfield whipped offreaks sharply acroaa the pitch, to which the heavy roller had been appllM between lnnina>. With one run added to the ten :.,vtield diasnisaed Jac; Vutman Mann took Keith Miller's wicket at 33 ana .ndsay Hassett went at 59 All ree Australians were out U.w Dudlev Nourse. South Afnca i r ^,2r I Captain, did not enforce the : follow-on when play started to22 "Flying Down To Rio" IX)NDON. (By Mail) Twcnty-twn IbeJIert will board an airplane at London Airport on Tuesday. Jur.o 20 and go I .ving Down to Rio" for ther chance in the World Cup tournament. If they fail return to Britain on July I since the leading countnalmost certain to be seedc ijnd -hould be seen in the rounds. The British boy* in fldent and believe that the Cup will be bruua-i.'. in the safe handi oi 1 their cap* rTrlghi in the hist. has so costly a trip been undertaken, i* has been estimated that %  come to a' 0U1 The Brazilian Football A turn has agreed lo me as^ooassj STANDARD BRIDGE ly M. Harrison-Cray Dealtr: Nortb. NortbSoulb game iim A K K a ;: w. # Q mil tv 11 J J Itt 1(12 ICill mni S t 7 4 Kim North bids Two Clubs and South T*o Diamonds. then North Two Hearts and Souia Two Spades. North bids Four Spades, a Jump bid showing strong trump support and by inference Invftmf a slam. M a simple raise to Three Spades could not be passed. South's hand Is better than U might be. s he bids Five Spades and North goes Six Spades. West lead &f / to East's &f A. The best return is a trump. South', salrsl ulan )> to set up the dummy. At trlcK 3 ?R 1> cashed: then tore* low Hearts are ruffed br South, using duramvi a>ie and &f K as entries. Back to dumnr. with %  > A, and 4>A and 4> J draw East's trumps South must not stt-mpT to casn both at A E and 4f K tarty In the play. | Vestry Seek Help ,.v apparently being influenced '. A' Z. J* I br Ul weather forecast South 11 "^ Mrle. began cautiously and U> BuU 'Uwo hours before lunch put 01 1 ir — .. ir Jriit Bull • from pa*r : Mr A. A. Gill. Vestry CieiK informed the Vestry that he hm seen the Solicitors. Mr. Boyce aaio that he had sent in to the Colonial Secretary's Office for a licence. He then explained th.. Uances to Mr. Boyce who in turn telephoned the Colonial Secretary's Office. This Office replied : %  members of the Bar Team wh-ch has r>e*>n touraraeas for the paaj %  late last evening b> B. 1 I rather tired and • .<.-emed to hav Col. Michelin. Captain (old the 'Advo. had played four matches. •he last one 7 goals to 2. Rain for rat eight days threat) the tour. how-?'. %  ed. He felt that they could hoi:* the r own against the zuelans, except for the Ir player Clyne. WttO Chile, and who pla '.'"iizuelans on % %  I Re is definitely a top and way above the ard of either the Barba-i Venezuelan players. As guests of the Caracas I .ry Club they were very comfonj -nd they had enjoyed then ; stay In Venezuela imn 1 mounts were excellent and | facility was given thl practising. The tour had %  great experience for the Barbados team and they had U greet deal more about the gme %  .;ng memberLea Deane and EU along with Mrs. Michelin lira. Dowding hoped to retun "rinidad rvn Wednesday. In their second match agains*. the Tacon Polo Club they were I presented with a silver cup by I the members of the Club as a I souver.ir of an excellent game. Hebe is a suitable one. j Tht c up wr ,ich they WOO In and therefore asks the Sao* : encounter against a Membar for St. Joeepii u> pro. iam compnged 0 f a combination all the Caracas Polo Clubs was in Caracas being engraved mmsti "JT INDIAN Amn LIMITED. ::ookir.< Otticm: (Recistered in Trinidad) Lower Broad Street Bridgetown : ferltf PHONES 4.WS & 2789 inn L*m4o+ SX*rn exploiting the deterwratinK tch to the full. cUuned the remaining eight wickets for the addition of only 23 runs At one stage, seven wickets fell for eight luns. Nourse defended stubbornly, his 27 ocT!" -w AM Th. 1 P'tch to the nd Johnu taaai Hi w-" a> %  • V m GfA-nll) apwfciftS 5 %  M %  • '..-; ban %  "• TI —u< %  an • |> n rrop UM Thtrd Pi %  T" '-ti cupying M ".inute. Johtuon took 5 wickets lor M axio s~,rn. sil an, I „ on ( or Jg _|euler ^ m tn. !*• BrlUlr. | __^_ ,. s a %  •"• '"' arm il .„ Prawn limit Ever seen a prawn In Inches long' There are colonies of tliani (Jumbo King prawns, tneyrc called) off the New Sourh Wales coast No one knows exactly %  he. i.ut UuFisheriea Depart'.,, iriat to And ou." If it can it will can. for the sale of the uwUon of land for that purpose The resolution was carried DJ i HrMoD A 1,-tter was read from the fare Officer and this saying that the licence would was accompanied by rules for the rome through as aoon as possible, play ng field. The Chairman and Rector. Rev It was unanimously agreed to Mallalieu. next said that the M %  Social Welfare Officer g,a\^ard would haw to be entelling her that the Vestry wanted closed and consecrated before to known what was being done anvone could be buried and h.wilt regards the granting of tne was anxious to see that it was money from Govarnmerit for tr, proceeded with because ,t had Community Centre at Bathsheoa become impossible to find any before he rules forwarded by nc, mora spots in the old burial could be cons, ground Members Present Mr. Williams next moved thai Member! present were: Rev a letter be written to the Colon,..' i. c Mallalieu. Chairman. Mi Office asking them to handle the |i ,\ Carter. Churchwarder. mater of the licence as soon ai >:%  J. H. Haynes. Mr W It Doaaible This was carried, but Coward. Mr A P' Cox Mr L Mr Carter suggested that a burial £ Smith. MCP. Mr J I! ground should be laid out before Hutson. Mr. C. A. Williams. Mr | This would be brought back by members of the team still in Caracas. Ml Gentlemen plea* •* a i //1 v /; wra Striped Shirts, trubernlsed coUar. aiuched. Nice designs *___.$4 1 0 $5 pure Silk Handkerchiefs. J2 X 22. Shade* white, maroon, navy. Each Khaki Shirts. Milan ed. Oood Qnallt) daapa Mr Thi : Atkinsons Irlsk P*: 48" long isch M FOI n WUHM (LIB ch_ SI .89 Striped Inder PanU alsea 36 to 3> per pair White Silk SCSJT Each .il Buvs shiru.coliariil la white, blue *d * $1 23 „cK The Weather TonAW Sun Ittaea. g.tf a.m. Sui, Sru: 5.i pas. Moon iFirst Quarter) January tf lighting: g.M p m ll,i.l, Water: lit ,, IJI KOLLINC STOCK They'll Do It Ev( 1 AN SON umr CAWE HOW HE HELD UP TRAFFIC AS HE CRAWLED ALONG IN HIS NEW JALOOP Six. %  — jimmy .. ,9uT ONCE HE'S OOT IT RcVOBCOkENWOW? HOtiXHONrC.BJEfyBOPy ELSE SET OUT OF THE W*y.' m \'j T Gooding and Mr J H Branch. Rough Seas Force Fishers Into Port OEOKGETOWN (By Matt). nng vessels from Barbados which supply the Trinidad .. ith dees se.* iH in at Port Georgetown due The Vestry also discussed I rosrther question of the proposed site foi The Undsyd 11 (Capt. Robert the erection of the new Post OfrW Bainest and the Sunshine R. and after a lengthy diecussim. ,c\ pt Frank Barnes), intercolopassed the following resolution r .\j. ilshmg vessels are now tied Resolved thai thu Vestry is ot up a t Georgetown, having handrha opinion that the proposed sits ,d over their catch to Messrs. or the new Post Office on the vViftini and Richter. Ltd -inyone was buried Hi Williams replied saving hat he had approached the Dire,ors of Joe's River and that the> ire prepared to accept the aporaised figure He said that if tin Vestry had proposed to accept thf figure he. as Managing Director •.. %  uld give them pen: 'av out the land, but not to bury inyone until the land was taken rhis was agreed to New Poet Office CAVESHEPHERD&CO..IM 10. 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET In Time for the New Ysr 1 DESK DIARIES: PLATIGNTM PENS; PENCIL SH; FORDS ASSORTED SWEET BISCIITS: 0M PIRSE8 and WALLETS: LADIES' P11 COSMOPOLITAN PH.4RMACT WM. RKiARTY LTD. INC. IN B.C. \HI I W wish lo Notify our Customers th*t w will be closed (or the weekly Half-holiday on THURSDAY 26th .nstead ol SATURDAY 28th lifdilfusionPriiKramsfs | rvsaSvAi i wi \i \ is, H.M IOCAL PRESENT.\ udlo iVrvkr 7 JOt M> Mom. SOB IS D>Sc* Muilc S SS-il SO C II SD11 IS Pn,n. ijiijn, r-.tvdv Il l* H it MtiaK tor Tim* UMsN.it..! Ha HI Or.rhM'rs.1 I 3 00 t % %  ->--rMuar > IS> In OwtnoKT SB. 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Tnrda,T Jiiniiar< 2 I lf.0. Barbate luttocate Priee: VF. IMS Vrar SS. BARBADOS CENTRE FOR SUGAR TALKS MGERIAN CABINET PROPOSED 12 Africans Plus MacPherson LAGOS, Jan. 23. TkJ"ORTHr.R\ tribesmen of Nigeria have agreed to jccvp f' ministerial responsibility in the proposed Hrst (Vnirai -Cabinet". ton ot" the northern administration region n [a ra attending the Conference at t Hedan. Weal Nigeria, to review the Nigerian constitution, •ire! here todav. the State Executive Council. Hi i; proposed that it would i of 12 African Ministers with the Governor. Sir John MacPherson. I as its Chairman. In addition to the Bxe Council the prop* Central Government wo-ld bavs %  House of FvV; mam an. The Conference has agreed that %  "major Nigerian Intel glottal legislatures In a to form a N.. Tbe decisions of the Confer will go to the Regional Assembly In Hv and northern province?! and to the Central Legislative Council for approval before it:mitted to the Governor and '. Colonial Sei Arthur Creech Jones.—Reuter. Crop Begins Today In Antigua fkirbtidoa Ad Vocal* ODVTwpoad ANTIGUA. .! Loudspeakers were throughout Antigua, assembling Q to hear the resuil negotiations with the Sugar Planters' Association. I* agreed to begin cane cuttlni 00 the 24th. 15 per cent. on 1949 were a greed to, and 0U1 t thorn Last rear 86 per pent ceived—(By Cablet Kussia Keeps An Eye On German Airmen BONN. Jut Strict precautions in being taken to prevent German sinnan in the East Zone Pcopi. %  planes to the West, according tu ((•ports hem from the Soviet Zulu No plane with an entirely German crew is lUossad l %  liSO planes. Flight control Is exclusively in Russian hands and accommodation ot Kamen/ air ba>e snV Russian personnel are stationed t but relations bet wren md friendly -Beater. Opens Congress In Philippines BY RADIO lendenr Elpi'iin Qntrino openOf ,h. ^^Uppines Congress today in a • • in thf %  coverthere from a kidney opt nd the men %  urging legislation for inI production, reduced pub^^^^^ %  tture and cement of the tax laws. —Reuter Busta Tells Of W.I. Plans To Meet Sugar Crisis Mauritius Accepts I .K sugar Conlrat i Needs Less Than Our .,i •d %  %  jght it %  . : --ntract i. Britain 000 tons hom the colon} .. flxed 170,000 Mauritius prod Ions of URnr and i: i* I srnen he %  %  > sea 47S.0M ml 1 ton. Sn PhlUl on which Mi ]|;.i %  K why the Weal lown %  %  %  its .if the n> Cable) Baibodos Advocate Correspondent) KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 23. gUSTAMANTE has announced a move to call an urgent conference in Barbados, at which West Indian Governors, chief elected members of the Legislatures, and representatives of the sugar industry will decide on a common attitude towards Britain's failure to meet the West Indies sugar demand. Truman And Military Leaders Meet WASHINGTON. Jan. a President Truman today unexpectedly ''cting of I ill .r\ and defence Id The mealing, announced by the White Hou %  to speculations that .1 decision might If imminent on whetbai the United with ttu production of the hydrogen bomb, which is very much more powerful than the atomic bomb Heater '" %  ' M-18I6 whlcti Arr ow points to the mut ilated body of 11 YEAR BOY KILLED IN CAR SMASH Governor Must Reserve Power k Mag an antl-devaluatlon Mi tl in, people BBS Northern Distri-t cableJ ember itive Council the power — iB* I 0LK. Buys 30,000 Tons Sugar I From Formosa FORMOSA. Jan 23 >( f'o xl I contracted to buy 00,00 I Liugar from Formosa during ~ A British firm here has •fated ths 'eel on he ll,nisti Corporation run l e Nation;. 100 dftO led High jssan50 -*e.ter Bulgarian Premier Dies SOFIA. Jan n %  wa* announced here in a Joint iraenl raid %  If. Kni.i ov srai tssacilbed as I % %  %  M Kolnrov. the con the oldest Bulgarian ComBd an "luuStriOU %  %  %  i Poptomov will head a twi i ion to OPieral (or the lata I %  t %  dlo today broadcast ither niarrupted at hourly ns of the snnouncemanl traffic to one third of its normal votums %  boul three kg hour instead of the usual An were reaching Berlin every hour. West Berlin police reported. British uueue of about 120 lorries had n*B>> f the ..s running normally. Major General G K Bourne ''mimandant of Berlin. %  taled today thai he did not think -.... jnd rail tiaaV isMra.uhsi-pata ... two. %  • -We aeee heal rassse twiftly and suddei Jordan of Bush Hall yesterdjiy about lived in an accident at th and Kniiiston Roads near My Lords Hill with M-1316 driven by Horace Walton and th< by the My Lords Hil! Bus C>.. BIT uott Hall. %  — %  %  hwn. ":ll: %  %  %  injured. H %  pita I. "bus was ihimaged sn were smashed. SHRUNK FVerrch Gov't Rejetl> ('harjxe PARU puiillshed ,. nota rejciii M"ilMt.n i| V snea ta vvas handed to the in Paris on Janu%  I declares thai vrea lustified, as the .11 memions which uiresi in V: m %  d I twsoPeUah migraiion agreements, and criticised • "without justification ll ErSMh -itlaiwa In Poland, and • e closing of French euTrural '"land Rruter lOOOPii^rimsArrive Ever] l)uv In Utmie Pllgrtnu I 1,00c %  la) Miic Cathu i. %  :. i innounced This aw M,**eted ti so lo.ooo a day. II v ;uid '.i svel un.i nex October, the) added. OrKanisc It's room, disrobed, threw his old suit down the drain, and then uni the package ... it cot a • pin> lat-yearold! One consolation would-be model dresser passed customs inspectors with I dashing pell-mell into a passing taxi. Prasad Will Be First President between and West German Authorities. NEW DELHI. Jan. 23. itaji -ndr.1 I'rasad, 65 nt of the India:. %  %  i . elected unopposed tomorrow as dent of the New Indian Republic to be proclaimed i>t Minister JawarharUr Nehru and Deputy l'i, tcr Sardar Patel nominated Doc%  %  .--I. Prasad Wiis a close associate of M l h S tm s Gandhi and spent long period; in gaot during India's struggle for freedom." —Reuter Afghanistan S^eka Friendship \\ ilh Russia AfOU %  las safely air country in the wori ning to IOOK for fritu lahlj I war i< -. %  %  idltlonal fear ol I hour SlgTi %  to Kabul of an official Russian .,n hisCan. Pretw. Wants Freedom To tight Press EU3, Jan. |fl %  % %  %  tb unioi %  irom iin' otnplei %  fend him. %  i Bousai %  he is .• I-M to winch Kinjer !' %  1 Hoger Peyre, who is now In %  MSB Bldault during recent pal tlf of the tWO u "a double or even lri| — Rruter. Train \rri\> Vfltr 6 Hour Hold-Up PRANK the An today... It furl shorMvl p.m —Rrut.-r Sri Train Loose Caused 6 Deaths %  non-l'ommumi mong 12 *vho sssre involve iarouk *L'AlHO. Jan. 23 PatUS! Sadek. father of i beautiful Narriman Sadek, .said on I .Sunday that tie would be "lilleo ui and joy" If his 161 year-old daughter nu.ined King Parouk. R e l i a b le sources outslda Eg>p.'N Uicl censorship have reported that Narriman's engagement to Ma>sem (27), former United Nahad been broken ler of King Parouk who taking the hteiiij as his own bride. srj i leneral ol Egyptian Conunuuoatloi try, told reportan that he was comment onl nod further common) on Ihe affair except to say he had hoard rumours of a match between laarrinuui and 'he King "it lad ,hat big family wouln in' tilled with honour and joy fan. This proposal goes one step further than the unanimous decision of the Trinidad Legislative Council, seeking to call a regional conference of the legislatures and other interested parries — By Cable. Separate Jap Treaty Would Violate Potsdam TOKYO, Jan. 23. lapan Communist Party to-day announced a nation-wide struggle against Japanese ;empts to conclude a peace treaty excluding Russia, it said in a statement that a %  separate peace treaty would violate thr Potsdam %  nd would lead dia third world war. Russia* possession of the atomic bomb riemorunrated the big pro:%  he i 1 %  DtUence in snath. int also rluimetl %  D were i ununltt tort of Malaja." —Healer. \ Corpses From Ship Sunk .> Vean A^o LUEBECK, Jan. 23. %  %  %  : 'litC.-rnian death ship Thieberk which on the bottom of Ncustaedter Bay near here (or live years. The ship with thousands ot Nazi conoen• is trapped in its hull was sunk In |D cecded tn righting the 2 ti.'ift-ton ship si lulpped tu' are pumping the water out of her. The corpses will be hurled in thcemeter) of Luebeck Reuter. Murder Charge Changed To Manslaughter x YORE, Jan. 23. A murder charge against old Ralph Edwards of Qrnnd Rapids, Michigan, for the killing of a Montreal itlve, CoUn C %  New York Hotel was today niiurcd to one of manslaufhter. Tbe }udga ruled that ti %  tats had failed to prove a "felony murintenl to kill. He instmct|ury to consider only first id degreemanslaughter. —Reuter BANDUNG, West Java, Jan 23 Capt. "Turco" Westerling, 3uyear-old former Duu.h commando. snd his private "army of the heavenly host" early today seized Bandung, chief city of West Java, from the Indonesians—then made way for the Dutch. Before the attack, Westerling told me of his plans to wipe out the Republican army In West Java, arrest the Cabinet, and allow "just forces" to form a new Government' He alleged that tbe Republican army was preparing to Invade Dutch New Guinea. A few hours after Wi men had occupied the cit'y. local Dutch troops took over, apparently by .nformal agreement witn Westerling Dutch aircraft burred overhead Westerling carried out his coup wiifc fewer than 900 men. alachineguns stammered and snipers' rifles cracked as the in jun1 gle green, ripped through the flimsy Indonesian army defences Within 30 niinutos tney had driven out the regular troops from the posv office, police hi ten and the Mklitarv Q headquarters. Dutch ambulances, defying snipers, etc.. raced through the s t r e ets pick in K 'p dead and wounded from both sides. Normal Population .1 population of about 100,000 When Westerling'' entered the suburbs. Col. Sadikm, local Republican Commander, was Inspecting troops about 39 miles away Hi the Dutch head | i city barracks were manned bf BTrgJnees By 4 30 p.m. local U taken over. Republican forces had t) On Fage i I\o Bomb Under Art Gallery DON, Jan. 23 A bomb disposal squad decider today that there is no unexplodo' wartime bomb outside the Natlona. Art Gallery, which houses Britain < £10.000.000 state art coUec< Idea thai there might be. arose from a sub the lawn outside the Gallery my, whicrrconductcn at. investigation, was satisfied re was no bomb -Reuter Chief Justice Dies; Age 87 HALIFAX. Jan. 23 Sir Joseph Chishoim, fie* of Nova Scotia's Supreme %  d here on Sunday. He alee on the bench until a year ago. — Can. PAINTS BY LEWIS BERGER & SONS m LONDON for Galvanised. Asbestos, or Shingle Roofs LASTIKON has for many vears proved the most eiM>noniicul and durable paint ever inlntdured into Barbados It never fades or cracks or pwls off Stocked in Uri,:ht Red Oxide. Guaranteed Permanent Green, and various other colours. kaJl your Dealer for colour card, or apply to: GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN Sole Agents



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PAGE FOLK THE BARBADOS ADVOo Mr. TUESDAY JAM-AKV ^ ^ mm^0mmm The Stately Homes Are Setting FaM ^JMUC*<1 t" Th M IBBStel c m. K %  "•* si., HULIS-M*! Tuesday. January 24. 1950 Mass Discontent In Russia Public Service THE necessity (or Public Utility Boards in this island must have been appreciated by everyone since the great public inconvenience caused by two of the main services within recent months. The Government is still in the process of modernising the waterworks system which it took over from the Bridgetown Water Company at the beginning of the century and the Barbados Electric Corporation founded in 1914 as I private concern is still apologising to the consumers for its inability to generate enough power. It is not now necessary to describe in any detail the difficultie* which the Electric Company has endured owing to war conditions and the inability of English manufacturing firms to supply the much needed equipment, neither is it necessary to repeat the disadvantages under which people lived who had gone to new residential areas. The continuance of these sources of annoyance serves to emphasise the point. Two years ago it was suggested that there should be Public Utility Boards in this island appointed by the Government. In setting out the details of the suggestion it was pointed out that the Boards need not be constituted of personnel from the Legislature alone. People with the requisite knowledge should be invited by the Government to become members of these Boards and in this way the community would benefit from their specialised knowledge. It may be that this suggestion was turned down because at the time the British Labour Government had embarked on its nationalisation programme and the Barbados Labour Party who had then come into power and was responsible fur IIM conduct of Government business, hoped and threatened to carry out a similar programme in this island. The creation of Public Utility Boards is not intended to be a forerunner to nationalisation. It is intended to ensure that the best service should be given to consumers who pay for the commodity and to guard against inefficiency of those services. The present condition of the waterworks and the electric services are hampering other forms of business which are of great advantage to this island. The lack of an adequate supply of water has to a great extent limited irrigation of crops and Barbados being an agricultural community, it can well be imagined the potential loss from this source. The lack of electric power affects the many small businesses on which thousands of individuals depend for lupuorl for their families; but In addition, it must disrupt the services of the ice companies and the hotels and guest house*. This is a poor advertisement for an island which is attempting to encourage tourists and where huge expenditure has been undertaken in an effort to accommodate planes which will line Barbados with the bigger cities of the world. Bridgetown aims at being a modern city; but the present state of public services can hardlv be expected to give the city the right to be included in such a category. In the past there should have been greater supervision of Government-owned M before any attempt was made to censure other undertakings. It alto seems obvious that a Corporation entrusted with supplying the community with electricity, needs adequate capital in order to extend its network over the whole island; for it is only by expansion that the ridiculously high rates charged for electricity is likelv to be reduced. These conditions should" no longer be allowed to exist And one method of effecting desirable changes is for the Government to enact legislation creating Public Utility Boards This would be but the beginning of a long list of necessary reforms which could not be but beneficial. Ho %  % % %  IIOI.HH.I.M.EH l.\.V Stit 4 •rrn.ponatVnl LONDON. (By Mail Ever-Increasing numbe .. -ilium-. :hcn atvanl I European General Mannar, International News Service) PARIS (By Mail! THERE u increasing evidence that the well beciusc the Baronets Had no and ta~^tver-incTT-wmiB ,. u ....of r oom for them In the small house then z •-. Britain's nobility are bring (orced ,„ which she is now living. thousand acres Pnin nennle are rumbling with discontent by high taxation cnppl.n, death Clmborrod ale Castle, the ScotThey are typical ofthr ..a. ,> Russian Kopje are ru^ K developdut. the new Town and Counlish n i gn i a n d home of Lord Trent, aristocrats who have been hit under a j"* 1 J> 5 lm Q the com try Planning Act, high malntenWM ^ Ttcmay ,„ d HunsUnton The Marquess of Bath, when men t of the State at the expense ol tne con. ante coats and suiting problems H ,,| nMr n Kings Norfolk his father died, had to sell fort and welfare of the individual. ,. to either throw open their stately mla „ „. n cn nas M„ j n the thousands of acres to pay death Striking evidence that the Soviet regime homes to the tourist trade, sell hands ot lne ,, strange family d u :ig of nearly S3.000.ooo H h s having difficultv on the home-front is seen part of their estates to p their for ncajl lfl00 yoari „.„ parte d Becauae of "high taxation j. Wes crn diplomatic observers in the remanalons going or even put the.r wllft bKmuie of lhe impossible vucount Tarbat of Castle Leod.| "J_ !" _S i -__1..„ !" , n „f th re-introduc%  % %  !! % %  r*r, the market. ^^^^^^^^^ !" ,/*/'££ Hoal ALLSOPPS HC.KR RF.F.R —per B.-llli „ —per cast* (ATTELLI ECiG NOODLF.S Broad A Fine—per pkl QIAKKK OATS Larce PkU. with Chlnauarr For T0.y rtol Lhim Isuall, M *!| i OI.O.WtUE CTOKBs caiUes" on the market. i burden of taxation." Nearly ---= v ' o„.i i.M>H DV western uipiuuia.K* v*..•— — -,um T? r ^ rci to n l^rr cent official announcement of the re-introduc, TSS !r^d l aro£^ h Uon of the. tath penalty for "traitors. sp.es 5, SRiS *&&%£^~** V "" IJtTtt^^ which have been applied lo not wish to see E ^ I ^ ^^ wh0 laJl yMr mM up u,, fw i ln s of many when I jn tne past to those Soviet citizens who "in-day are threat">\4 fruit, cabbages and game to h answered the question. "Why ^ ve ),£,„ accused of almost any act conmtag the paupers paasers-by from a sun outside u ,„ e laird wiling.' sidered seriously detrimenul to the State. ',.,,• r „^ wl B.atrhe.1 an BUCUOnCr „. ^n,„ hl,itf even a ,-. ...-.:._ _( .U.. J^ll, <\on:, tV nf uaawrow hu m""" 0 1 watched an aucuoner ,., am KUmt valise even TM Announcement by the sell about a third of hi. e^te man wl0 ,, U e and M.000 acre. Kino's wealthy nephew, the Earl at Stafford last June. Und muil krep out of the red of Hare^nod! vhat heavy death Nearly 2.200 acres embracing 13 am „ ulng ^.JJ, „ don t I duties will force him to sell a confarms, small holdings ana thaU tavt u borrow money to siderable portion of hi. 20.000 cottages were sold. Some or me kwp goln ,. acre estate in Yorkshire at public land had been in possession or Taxation and maintenance auction thla summer, marks the family since 1170 and tne remain^^ ^^ ^^ K MU onom icalvlrtual end of the hey-day of the der since 1915. ft ,^ Drop crties 1 inherited Unded aristocracy In Brluln Lord Shrewsbury u^nned preaen I ml „ sU n „ rou nd my neck Just aa the monarchy and the day uxa t lo n "merciless and M nr.ndfather employed 15 pageantry of the Court has en, hat hlg h taxation, the capital j^ „ d al riched the life ol the nation, on a of 1M7 and the high cost " !" e C *' Now „ have two. leer .le rur.1 l,.e has been of in h d necessitated rhe Tarb^Hou Now ^^ ^ rendered colorful by the hundred ,, "* us ~ !" *, wllh a dozen and one activities which centered Tod hc s al „ vc< ,| Ingestre f !" nM S_ w „„ m y wife round Uie manor house. „ „ Slaff0r d and runs a small "V !" "*:. „e five-bedroom When the Earrs father died in ^ wlln a nert 0 f and smal soni in one nv ZVSXrJSS&XZ J = St -o,k, premier VfefttfJ on the esUte had already been feom cJHe at Aru na| aXnm parIV W Pr."A . "' %  •.?? StfSi been selling "It is no fun being a laird these vSsrsLXz m M 'a7r &£ JiSffi X *-* ^^^^ last autumn, has also found a Job as music critu* on a national intellectual weekly magazine, Harewood has been only one ot the many peers of the realm to be hit by high taxation and death dutlev The men whose job is to sell the stately homes of England are doing brisk business to"'..ore and more castles, manWo % £ffSi£SL'tS ^^JSsion. and large estates are leav^ lnIt nav ,„ g on y official tion and ' "jreseni **<*. IS*? ,h0 "* %  " relation, with -n-Governm, The representatives emphaaising'up "250^06" acres "artnually In "J^X"' f ,nd A£S t"!^. 'Eft tte £ the oast 30 year, and the sates "^"t,-.., members, individuals and not ,n the names ,-„,g. Score, of castles !" ^ tng ot thlr countries. ob and manor houses have been sold ,Jr££„„,, which Th l up with them. W.ll.O.Include IliNeriminalinst Ortiaiiiation> QDOVA, Jan 22 executive Board of I Africa, Sweden. ;ullipines Brazil. Yugond In lia voted relations Invested incomes ,, organisations, which impose ey "'"••-;-•." emphasisThe big estates have been sell^^cUons bawd on POU< 10.000 acres annually in n]i the oast 30 years and the sales oeliefion m • a SS&AS zziz 3,38 a* ^^Xge„,oreHalUBur.r-';' '"-per%  family treasure! n/crc sold up as siori*-*. Wwmm The Emm** Sir Patrick Hastings _ — %  %  .• urn!.' clear. HO lull os.llf was not quite clear The tross-examinalion contUtatl entirely In attempting to point out the ridiculous nature of the whole case. One of the quests the por.: Mot in the least 11 CASES IN COl'RT by Sir PiTrick Ha-Ua, Kf .Beba ^ ^^ ^ ^ nerhassett was Uken away. %  There are few things more -Now the writer of ".: enthralling than a trial in the nsement had no idea that there „„, ... _.. Law Courts" writes Sir Patrick was ,„ fact a Mr Blenr. Blennerhasser. could Hastings "However trivial or unbut he happened to mention tha. VL ., ; hi vinli ".portant may be the ..sues, to hi. Mr. Blinerhsett lunch",, „ ra J ,„ lh lhe%artles immediately concerned a t a well known City rci a "; a 1 for the purpose of the action he they are vital, and above all the a a Pimm's. The real Mr nieiin( not llKe lo sa) N Ui so he human troubles thai are brought nerhassett had in fact HUM „,, nwl „,,.„ „ qu esto light give, perhaps If only for ptmm's sever-: ,, % as sen shown oostenty. a real picture of the ragged so much by til ,. „„ ly way h c resemble.. tlmM at which the trlaU look who professed to see lSS u „, o^c adverol.ee After all. the libel action v uy nam e, and that ot to-day would probably have afy M their fellow member, Wat anyhow hl had suffered no actual been a duel a hundred years ago.' he foolishly decided to UartU ( so hl (1S1 lhc cast To that I would add that lew an action lor libel. Reekie-, driving and reckless place, provide a better source for i a story teller than the Courts u le to point out that Mr. B „baolv responsible (or most Sir Patrick Hastings has v, I ttMB nerhassett was the only >'ock0 Ihe liugatlon In the Royal of some of the most Interesting bro ker of that name •** II advice to cases that he has been connected lunched at Pimms there tiic ^^^ ^^ haye bj have suffered very du.e,l one of the best collections „f aclua l damage, he ''**' r t voul wrong. In other words, of short stories that I have read hal Jlni e stockbrokers are not mnemb) 1 Nlr |i|,nnerhassett tor a very long time. You have Uo wed to advertise. ">,""£" and the great expense of been and still are reading them caUon complained of might hav. ^^ ^ J^^ every Monday in the Evening been taken to imply that hs,tu Fm r ,„ hc has some kind Uvorale. " breaking the rules ol the English jury .the House by htoe* toeertt?*J t(lu „ Jalll ,„ „, 0]1 Q f EnglUh lusThe story that J enjoyed most advertisement in the aWteajsi u _, canno t personally was called "The Slockbroker and standard." \ ...ugh jsw nmtn ^, onc s | n gle Instance in the Yo-Yo". the account of a Patrick adds "precisely '" n ' w hich a )ury have been wrong." libel action mstnuted lay Mr „.y •* m.gh be ^ ^ ij^^ ^ ..^ Meilliailieeeert, a prosperous and thought to be^advertising mm.. ^ c ivlUsatlon continues, highly respected member of the ,,y depicting himself ina l.i... iu e w ,„ ,,. London Stock Exchange. An .sylum with a straw in hi..... K m ral on 0 lhc WO rld, and adverttaement for Yo-Yos wh.. h -ice could ne-. appeared In the "Evening Standreav ,.,o„ which it ard" In 1J2 was lhcause of al w'1,,.1'a inl lOOKt no c ")' s without the trouble skulled. Beware o W IIUl S " s uo. „,„;„,,. and bov e all lhe Ulthe Yo-Yo" it described the late ot uc ,, y 0 f lh. I Mr. BlennerhasMtt who bought A.,en.bl> Yo-Yo for his children and M **, I "' J 'J,"^ "Cases In Court' is It. offered to give them the first Xlinlu | Meetlns. Wan* bedside book There are stories to ,„ how lo manllHilalc It. %m*t touncil Heckle. MM .-,11 inOOOS, written by one But it would not work, and "'come Ho*d at 4.10 p.m. who. besides being one of the the dawn and he was still there y„ D ,| r enema. foliage greatest lawyers of this century, dishevelled and wild-eyed with plantation. St. tieorse al is ^o a lively rac-iteur. For the Yo-Yo string still dangling from his lingers They tried to part him from It. but It was no — oO the State. The introduction aX the death penalty coupled with administrative shake-ups on both high and low levels are considered by Western diplomats as confirmation of reports which have been seeping out of Russia for months concerning growing discontent %  mntftg the people. Diplomatic advices from Moscow discount rumours of a serious economic crisis in Russia. ,. The Western diplomats are more inclined to think that Stalin's home-front trouble is lllf Hailing passive resistance by large sections of the people to Government orders, and policies which keep the masses work-, ing hard on little more than a subsistence level of living standards. This passive resistance is not believed organized. It is considered highly improbable that it would, in the foreseeable future, lead to any uprising that could seriously threaten the regime. The Government is still considered to be strong enough to crush any attempt on the E art of the people to resist with force this remlin's rule. What is believed to be developing is an unco-operative and go-slow spirit in respect to the regime's seemingly perpetual plans to hasten rapid industrialization and strengthen the power of the State at the sacrifice of consumer needs. Strikes are forbidden in the Soviet Union, and absenteeism is punished by forced labour. Thus the go-slow practice and failure to co-operate faithfully are the only methods of resistance which the average Russian working man or woman dares risk. In addition to the go-slow method in factories and on the farms, the lack of cooperation is shown by falsification of official records and failure to respect Government decrees. For example, the official Communist Party organ. "Pravda," lashed out recently against absenteeism at collective farm elections and '"administrative pressure to prevent just criticism." Moscow's mouthpiece also complained that "nothing is being done to prevent repetition of last year's mistakes during planning and election conferences on collective farms." Changed His Mind \lioiil eahostls RYK. ENGLAND (By Mail) RE-APPEARANCE of a ghost ot a local monastery has caused a skeptic to change his mind about the supernatural. Formerly, the 14th Century abode of Augustine Friars, the monastery at Rye. Sussex County, now belongs to the local council which uses it for meetings, dances and other events. When the council took over the monastery, they also acquired, without extra charge, the ghost of a six-foot cowled monk who sometimes has a few cowled colleagues in lo help him with the haunting. Latest person to see the ghost is Fred Parris, caretaker at the monastery for 16 years. Parris said that one night he returned to the monastery, put his hand on the side gate and his hand went numb. "1 turned my head," said Parris, "and only a short distance away from me was a figure cowled and dressed like a monk. "I could see right through the apparition at some rose bushes. As I watched, the ligure moved away and floated through the wall of my cottage.' Another time Parris was chopping wood in the boiler room of the monastery when he I shivering. "Then 1 felt three taps on the back of my .1 the coldness left me," he declared. During World War II, strange noises were heard at the monastery on certain nights. One man said he saw live monks walk across the lawn in the moonlight. Fred Parris had formerly scoffed at re.,,..,tour, for P2 "i visions and other ghostly happenings only j ,, one of them at the monastery but now he says he has I changed his mind. Ol II III \III II> V%Y: h There \o Longer Any t on licit nre In Mr. Upper's Oil Report? To The Edttur. The Advocate me by one of SIR,—The l uncil's amendWoul.l ttMtn I mU to the Oil Bill uie.igh.ups-: sfixxssttsr*^ iny harm tn alover again thai %  %  J" mnntai is>,k uu an,, each con.. n .fti-mor ctarts to ctunuanies pack up Md each con_ wen lowing more than one company company A no tooner aro i £ %  £ ani 01lCd accepted by the House on the w drill. The answer U to be erec a rig o> ftjf ** 8th itut and I have been told found moat clearly expressed in dividing UM fc W j TS^ST^Ma Barbados is a very tiny spot. that the Bill received HU I TL^...^ IvS ., near \ "<•' *• P 1 •encv'* AgatBfl IUX: d-v Tb The on, B reat and fundamental ot e un*^ ana • ilocattgo ot hbour, bV Act however, remains inoperative eacuse for the Policy Memoranurn rig u*' .„ 1(1 tj., nece>ti of wages until .: )..,bOtt proclaimed and dum issued by the Colonial Office Wlow lh !„J a ^ il J" ELm* lhc Uii. has not yet bWn done. In and for ngttafl oil Htfkta m oil tint .And why MM g^ labour ^ ^ ^ t view of the extreme urgency ot Government la, we were told HM QM which first man JUt*'" UcuUr work unli atWi u OI Government to get the Bill absolute necessity for control to gets the bulk of U .f it U Ujtre^ ^ Uainfd %nA ^ ^ m through the Legislature, the secure orderly dnllinr Mr Result; two wells drilled insle* ^ w in a communlt .. uninformed may well ask Why U-pper hu emphasised lhe of one Double i*n* !" agricultural and probably the present hesitation lo proclaim, scrambling and tha waste of less squabbles to gei %  "**£ %  ,-uson. and how lou will be the delay' money and oil resource* which skilled labour. But tha I is meirely Presumably, there are one, or would inevitably ensue, and conthe beginning of the lolly, wens ,, v Upptr ., ^^^ perhaps two, reasons for thai oaaja, if a small b i 11 l "' lnl1 ^ l to H ^*? JL3S u£ c£aUa delav First, bocauM Barbados were divided into secexpenses, with no geological data has no %  ed in separate arid gained, and none raeoi Hsmulationi. — ;i very obvtoui I ba of enormous valuo lr. necessity as 1 pointed out rnoi '"> %  *.<. and months ago — and %  ) scramble to get whatever oil you ^* hl ^ i J ^ > *"a^^i a. ~T W M becaustthere are forces al il licenses are isAd as fast as > ^iu2T r'soS IT fellow >' ag oMopmy h*. t each to go into it %  crve I ughl if those allotted section of the island and to withdraw U ;, ^^ forces to get What oil li can? In the first will cause an inrush of water py —" %  •^a- TrvraiaS Ua-hok*. and the closl consequently the shutting off o( ". of Barbados must b< I much valual this will go UeSksMi aa In* l_g,li < .<-! If K BaWtMedO! I ran any h>n*r _ci In this %  ( tno nuMion am to l>ppnuBnt o( BirbMo* Ut IM vrn oiainMl o( plain laiifnaa* wMch any Infant can uudenttaftiid. what Gosfrnmem •haaild do. If how*\i. <...; Oil induatiy, like our Suar induitry la hetiwfolUi lo b* tun to aull tha purp— n g| tke> Clurna! Oflk*. or. If ultafly un nror1h> ronaMl*ralM>ni ar* allowM to Uim-nic Guvvnunaora daouon lo Iha Baariaiil iliarreardins of I etsKy and Uva tnltrsaU of the paoitia •I UUa laUnd for who** waltan th UII BUI U au p pnaad to hav. Wan p*aa*d. than Omtmnignt muat ba prapuad lo anawer to tha peopla rt to be reehanad with In Hds oil bualnaaa. and, u It la. God only kaowi what tha paoelei laadioru will ba when 0 flnw once mar* In Batbadoa and Uvay come lo raaJwe that Ita benenta hav* been filched from them and parnapa -•flu ara emplayad ;CALV. A., gdfjasj K,;lr+u? I irorofe • 1950 #/ rryl! These are selling quickly Ooloh Oil Sto\ 2, 3 and 4 Burner on Slands Single and Double Table Models. Beatrice and Coleman OIL STOVES—Single I BOX IRONS—6%". 7" and 8" SAD IRONS—No. 6. COAL POTS OIL LAMPS and LANTERNS WILKINSON ft HAVNES CO.. LTU, Suceaaa*,,! C. S. PITCHER& CO.. LH Phones: 4472 & 1887 /### WE \HK ... with the Best of GRC CADBURYS RED LABEL DRINKING CHOCOLATE „ m AYLMERS ASPARAGUS SOUP LIPTONS COFFEE OXO CUBES SAVOY CHOCOLATE MALTED JACK STRAWS DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGES (excellent quality) HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE SMEDLEYS MIXED VEGETABLES POBERTSONjS LIME MARMALADE b i SWEET MIXED PICKLES HOLLOWAY'S DRY GIN QUEEN OLIVES COCKTAIL ONIONS „ COCKTAIL CHERRIES I AUSTRALIAN PEACHES AUSTRALIAN PEARS AUSTRALIAN APRICOTS SOUTH AFRICAN GUAVAS COCKADE FINE HIM, STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. Lltl \OBin: DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE "MAURETANIA" ON SATURDAY OUR DKY GOOD DEPARTMENT WILL CLOSED ON : Thursday 24.li <•• '^ und open • Saturday 2). BEEE TRIPE TONGUES. LIVER. FRESH VEi DAI! PRE'SULTANA* KED • run GODDARDl -v.-.'. •-•.-. :'.•.:•,'.:::::<.:•.::•• ::'•••' % 



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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JANTUU 4 % Qrtiib Qallinq T HE Chief Justice. His Honour Sir Allan Collymore. will preside at thr first 0 Extra-Mural Lecture i W. B Chenery at the BrBish Council rooms at Wakeflcld on TuHa>. January lilt orr.mencinjt a series on the Constitution* of the British Commonwealth and the United States of America His first lecture will be on the English Constitution. This course should be of great value to all those interested in the development, and the future, of responsible government in the British Colonies Lord Baldwin Was There E VERYONE in AnliKu.. tl ..>hed at the remarkable progress which the Police Band has madeSinder the leadership of Capt. RaiB>, and Antiguans consider hirra wizard. The display of beatinsrthe Retreat which m demonstrBM at the Antigua Recreation Ground on Monday delighted the large crowd whuh attended Lord Baldwin accompanied by his ADC. Major Dents Vaughn. the Colonial Secretary P. D McDonald ,and the Administratoi H St J. Wamne. were present a< the display. Mr. Richard Greenough. Hail Moil Correspondent, who arrived in Antigua on Monday from Jamaica was also present, aid when seen on the Recreation Ground, he was asked the following questions.—What IB Daws this time'' Are you sounding out Federation feeling in thDo you think that BaldfHafll Wag Uit Here in 1946 M l lem MOS'JCI. Clem St. Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of 1st Ave Belleville arnved yesterday i tk ben' to spend ap; ,i\>ximately b months' I %  DOOM in lour jmut Hi mother and brother Louis and Mr. Colin Lobo were on board to meet her. Loves Horses H ERE to spend s-x weeks in i Mrs. Gerald Griffin and daughter Gal Vessel Broker in Winnipeg. Canada and they have been looking %  great %  to do quite a b t of riding. Cadet JOHN PABKER Been Around The World M r.i' L.t'ii-i John J %  i-sterday after%  left liaroaoos bound for Venezuela and South America. Son of Mr and Mis. George Parker, John spent Bis boyhood days here father used to be attachMxidos Branch of Bank. Ha Ml Barbados in 1D4(> and joined a School of Navigation in Southampton, where he remained one year, serving as a > the Blue Sim I been around the world travelling on four differei-' bJj brujiher Robin, also in aft* Merchant Mjni.es will soon be paying Barbados Back to School I k to school for Miss Lilian Howes, of Montserrat. who has been spending hrr Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Monica Howes. She arrived by the 'Ln and returns to Codlingl School. Also returning to school i Croney, son of Ml %  W \!;.nager of the Cable and Wireless t and Mrs, Croney. dfB School. > From St. Lucia Holiday %  Sunday b> B W l \ BftoT spending a holi%  husband I)r Timothy Unwell. %  Wi n and his *r, studer.t n Business are now on a U After 31 Years P N O R R I s r ROACH. Founder a: pal ol I I was intransit on the "Lady Nelson" vesterday A Grtnada-lxjrn ma*-.lessor Roach practises his art under the 1'iofesaor Nonce de la Roche He is now returning to the West Indies for three months after an aft* 31 years, and Is carrying a magical show to Trinidad and Grenada in arnica he will be assisted by Miss Velina Llgh Fraser. a student of the Combinatioi, who is accompanying hm trip A magician from his boyhood days, the riofesaor is a n of the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring No 2 New York and Is also the first and <.ru> coloured member of the organise. He pboaesset the greatest Illusion in the world-reincarnaUoo—the turning of a il into a human being ar. versa, in the presence of the audience This, he said, is the illusion which cracked the ice and opened the gate for membership in the International Brotherhood i t HagMani Medico on Visit D .u MIC* J b iiAMILI holiday %  IIWI A.' for a From Barbados 'the Bahamas, before returning To Spend Two Weeks M R. I. N SH1LLINGFORD. Chairman of the Banana Association Board of Dominica. was an arrival yesterday afternoon by the "Lady Nelson" for about two weeks' holiday and is staying at "Abbeville" Guest %  BUM To Cover Cricket Tournament M R. O. S COPPIN, Sports Editor of the Advocate Co., Ltd, left yesterday evening by B.W.I.A. for Trinidad. He has gone to cover the TrinidadJamaica Intercolonial Cricket Tournament for his paper. The Best Of Friendt ^pWO very good friends had to part company yesterday when the Lady Nelson called at Barbad<#; They were young Matthew Dingman and little Connie Piers. Connie, whose father is a Government Engineer in B.G. is on her way home. Matthew however, with his mother Mrs. Robert E. Dingman got off at Barbados and will be here until the end of March staying at the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Dingman says here husband, who is President of King Leathers Inc. in Indiana, Pennsylvania, will be Joining them shortly. They are Canadians, living In the U.S.; all of her husband's family have been regular visitors to the island, and he has been coming here since he was a boy. Sailed Down For Lunch S HORTLY after 10 a.m. on Sunday, the yacht 'Princess Pearl' with Col. and Mrs. Richard Vidmcr, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Manning, Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Daysh on board left the Aquatic Club for the Colony Club, where the party lunched. They returned to Bridgetown the same evening. cs > Been Here Before M R C. L. TUREY, who is with the Brookfleld Construction Co., in Halifax, has been to Barbados before and liked It so much that he has persuaded his wife to make the trip. They arrived yesterday by the Lady Kelson and arc staying at the Hotel Royal. * • Until "Ne'son" Returns W E are here until the Nelson returns," Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fenton, told Carib yesterday -,>anied with Mis. S. C. Fen'nn they live in New York, where rtntOO is a Civil Engineer. in Barbados before some years ago, when the ship I on called here for a short time. They are staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Congrats C ONGRATULATIONS rt Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynch, of ."Newbourne." Roebuck Street, on the birth of a daughter. The babe was bom at Dr. Ken's Clinic yesterday evening Mother and daughter are doing fine o <> Joins Barclays Bank Here M R WELLS, an Englishman, who has joined the Staff of Barclays Bank, Barbados, Is a .it Cacrabank. Before coming here, he was in Jamaica for three years. Other recent arrivals there are Mr. and Mrs. Brtsley, who have baaa living for twenty years in Caracas, where Mr. Brisley Is a Golf Pro. • • • After The Week-end M RS. M. LAKJ1MICHAND. wife of Mr H Ijikhmlchand. Manager of Kirpalani United Co., returned *:. Trinidad vesterday evening by BV7.IA. She had spent a holiday In St Kltts and ST* for the week-end and was staying at "Athlone", Fontabelle On Business M R. NlIiMAL KIRPALANI, UW of the K I rmidad, was an B W.| A on %  guest Hroi, at 'Athlone". Fontabelle. ft Acting Manager C.andW. M R U were in Barbados for a few I were In• saengers for Tltaidad, nig to England on leave Mr. Lor*rma.rlr Mr. ClhliK Stntih and hawtV..itfhi*r Jan .urd from holkttu In TV. VHtrnb) by Uw t*dy Rnditn • • nurtrnd •! %  **• thar* Ifttr nata* Mi A Muary, who la from Doml-tc. will ba hara t ona waak baaaa* ratuvn ins to DomMUca and tfc* UIA EVANS AND WHITFIELDS OFFER YOU ELITE SHIRTS 4.45 WHITE, TAN, and BLUE TRUBENISED COLLAR KHAKI DRILL 85 90 104 1.17 PLAIN TROPICALS JUST OPENED COOL LIGHTWEIGHTS IN NEW SHADES 600 6.72 683 6.88 7 08 FOR THIS WEEK OM.Y CUMIN! i.HKSDAY OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 4 P M Women's World THREE EXPERTS SAY... W OMEN LOOKED THEIR REST WHEN...' EDWARDIAN %  A Mrs. EVELEK.H NASH, well-known loner ol Ihinia I nt^ Rupert stops. M Why, this is the thought she did." tSffl^ ry plica ih Dinkie led me to " b "* nc,n !f* i £*tt* ^-**£** An i "T*Jotsfi£ 4 ^S& •here-i Beppo'i lead hanging our ol p flce " he %  unnuViJ?*' i hole in the rocks. He muit have darlt ravjiy. a,, h( {^n ^'* B Ss> bte-> tere .before wonder il that's iwi %  he calchei ught of *!LlS? .nder il (hii'l wht [he brlr cat Drought me here, inside il. Anwwer Quirkly There are two certain wum\>CT$, the square ot the first plus the square of the second equals eight. Also, the first number plus rhe product ot the first and second equal six. Figure this out in your mind. What arc the two numbers? Oediirio~^ As a whole. I make v M _ Behead me, and 111 ,uu 2 you But curtail me, JMB" you nway from your .JU What am I? !" -""S '•*•%  • ,, h.irde My rst is neat, m ^, a Bower, and my ,, flower. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE • Cleanse the system from blcxd impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. LIQUID or TABLET FORM < 1-tlSN" II I'll £ KIRS'I WORLD W \R VIOl.tT LOR4.INC, Bsaileal t-omi-d) loplin-r during the 1914 war—-ha made femcus '* •: Vou Were The Only Ciirl . .'—said Last •***< %  lioul the dreases she wore: '"I like Ihent becauat i>u didn't hait to be a TtfitJi de Milo tu look rleuant. PsrasoU were perfert fur coqnetUng. . Deitiru were made lo show art beautiful m.lrriik You could do almost an*thing with your hat. . Those collars were very becoming to the face. . longer ahUU looked more elegant than shorter style*. There were ao manv more dreaa shapes. . sou ...uld wer aD your fs.orlte trimming..' i . — %  | t 1 1 ' ^ %  %  .; %  -, |" •& BRIGHT YOl NG THINGS Mr |AMU IHII!. rp.ri on taste and (aahion. defend* the Hi if hl-Voung-Ihmg stylos of the mid-'ivvcnileit : I bk them because . slim r!rb lookej teat. . Dreares rmohaalsed slender lines of Inr h-ure. Fasbkona tpellcd m new Ir.nloiu and indrpt-ndenee. • • The unmatern >| look was mo.t atlrartlve. . Silaalorklnged lega came Into view lor the llrtt time. . Ike windswept bob tfwj pretty back .mil fmnt. ... A girl's ankles mattered uiotl. . Clothe hats had an -•""^Drawing* by ROBB LaUaOoa £xpiCM difkaial Beauty Hints for A Star *. Thla is a cQsrtte. 14) 10. To oecome thU you must bo In a poai-ion to sell. (01 IB. Age ot tne herald. t3t U Poat may he used u an altar. uauvo. IS) 1*. A fierce one may scatter slips. lb. Ate tilled with rage. <6) 16 Could maXo una or the scattered in is. 14) 1>. Let Dee become a acarao, tS) 19. Trie coat of a good leed ? (3) 22. pw may bid lor It. [ %  ) 24. Reason for the vote I'm record ao ore a across. i4i JT. rt once clanged *npa. m 18. On a amail hlil it will pour. <* UOWD i. Fuund in a cloven boot. ii R£ r *.v 1 ol L 1 t to ,n# or. ie< m, on thin may mean you're baini rude. The nigot oelor* Hever Lana. Oi m rteto Any garo-ner win tell you tnat vou wet tnia from a e*yrua. ui • Footwear. iai a Retreat in tne garden. Ui ship ia tied to a peer. (*> f The part of the petrol examiner. (4) ia. On a cap it ahowa ability, (4) ii Carried by someone or aonethioi. 14i iw. Tbia u not oeceaaariiy at a „. ooiDl.er a flnfer tips. (4) ill. Seventy, without a single piggery. i4| it. There'e a slippery cuatouist in Itstl works. (Si a. alinu* thirteen. (3| soiutioo 0, **'aa i a. Mantilla; 0dm. la. Boron, 15. IWI: 14 oaia: i^ ranton.. 17. aacnb: aL K*un!< &f '*& iive: iV aiaa; "im nj Dawej 1. Awla: . Mad, \ A!..n. 4 TabloldTs. Loot; 1 ^ it Tf **. : -*w AVI*": U. Net: I A 1 U 4MB (IMMA Mombe-s04f WEDNtHDAY AT S ASH TO-XIGHT AT 8.30 \ HENUHIX MACDONALD CAREY CLAUDE RAINS ill "SONG OF Sl'RREXDER" A Uramalir Storv wilh a Thrilling Musical Background bUu P.M. I'lll RSDAV NIGHT AlUl GAIL, HUSSELL EDWARD G. ROBtml JOHN LUND in THK NIGHT HAS J THOUSAND nXT A NEW SHIPMENT HI GRADE-HEAVY DUTY BATTERffisI C ULLY GUARANTEED-GENEROUS PMlM MORRIS SERVICE STATION! H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. ; PARAMOUNT bosses believe they have one of the most attractive and talented young actresses in NANCY OLSON. This bhieeyed starlet with the taffy blonde trassea won star billing in her Unit film, "Canadian Pacific", and she recently walked off with s prize role in "Sunset Boulevard," tha Paramount movie which cortars QLORIA SWANSON, WILLIAM IIOLDEN ani ERICH VON STROKE IM Anxious to see that Miss Olson's natural beauty Is preserved, studio heads requested beauty ace Wally Westmore to visit Miss Oslon on the "Sunset Boulevard set and give the lass some helpful hints... Wally started off ly telling Nancy to start her beauty routine at the top—with h-.-i crowning glory. "Pamper your hair Brush u often and you'll brush your way to beauty," said the world-famous makeup director. "Of course, there's a wrong time as well as a wrong way to brush hair, depending* upon the condition of your hair and scalp." Mrs. Housewife Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you We can supply KKROSENK TABLE LAMPS (complet*) KELLY NO. 6 LAMPS LANTERNS FALKS KEROSENE STOVES—I, S, 4 burner OVENS—single and double WOOD and COAL STOVES—No.. , 7 and 8 BOX IRONS—"., V and 7V4" < I11MNEVS. Bl'RNERS and Vs II KS • BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. ROXY AND ROYAL THEATRES + Due to uncertainty of Electric Current We will inform You of Shows through RADIO DISTRIBUTION ISE HEHOSKSt WiE lliUlock : OIL LAMPS '" *!, HURRICANE LANTERNS *'" OIL STOVES—Stall. Burner W** .. —Two Slnjlc Bornrn. IU1 OV gjl Slaad -( -Three Brr *M £, —Faur Burner .j NgflMtmi STOVES lLAXTATIOX* LlM' Tl



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„ i ,|i.\V. JAMAKV24. 19511 Vestry Seeks Help From [,lains. Smith IH FLOOD QUESTION LOCAL NEWS THE BAHBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE %  nw SL Jcwph '•' %  AaVardthr problem ol ri El— wlllcn were damaged Zj£, the hlilh wlniU ol Augubl ff-Seplember I and decided to Aaams and Mr. South, St parun'' representatives in l!L SOUK ol Assembly, to put Government, it OK House ijj'hettl that the money (hen Jo, repairs of damaged houses „ inadequate. A letter dated December JO was Irom the Colonial Sacrareaa M Office It l a m directed 'o Inform you •kit the Legislature has made aniUUc the sum ol $15,000 lor tM purpose ol meeting the cost at rep*""* IO houses damaged in the storm o( the nights of August 11 and September 1. The amount maoe available is not intended to cover all claims as the -enl has not yet decided what jKthod should be used in regard to the settlement ol certain of the tlums received by it. An amount of $2,905 is made available to you under the ..laphed voucher for the purpose of paying the claims listed in the attached schedule. The schedule Shows the name of the claimant. the address and the amount WI by Ihe Colonial Engineer's Department in conjunction with the authorities ol the perish. You arc authorised to have repairs effected at a cost not i the estimate ol the Colonial Engineer or to make direct payment to the claimants on your being satisfied that required repairs hive been completed. There would bo no objection to your nmXJf.S '"',1 r the 'Ladv Nelson' off St Lucia King. Gran,,ey Walter,. Samue, Williams. M PARISH ROUND-UP M Mi.iuel. NeMwi Devaluation nor rise of cost of living is affecting the sales of 2— Sweepstake tickets rot ihe forthcoming spring Meeting. Two weeks ago the llarbados Turf Club was selling lour Series ahead of last year but now they are selling nve. Series T is on sale. The two shillings is devalued Us worth the while taking it to try at thousands of dollars (Barbados Currency). '.tie rain fell over the week-end and St. Michael with 22 pans had Ihe heaviest rainfall. All the other parishes got below : 10 parts except si Andrew, St I Thomas and St. John. They got i only drizzles. | Memberships of the Caribbean workers' Union are ncreasing flajlj People of every walk of life go up to the second floor of 'i Synagogue building to register for this Union. Six Survivors Picked Up From Sunk Schooner The six survivors of (he sunken schooner "Alna Leotaud" %  Rived lure by R.M.S. "Lay Nelson" about 1.30 p.m. vesArts And Crafts Maintain High Standard terday. In The House To-day A nil! to amend the Tariif Act 1921. Int. and .tellers James 24 of Dominica. Sl. Vincent Schooner "A,i,,i N tOU net. Ill 40 miles to the East ol St. s the first item [,,„.,;, wrM n it cam* into collision set down on the Order Paper with the 4,655-ton (net) R.M.S. CHILDREN from four schools _. ,„ „, were among the fairly large They are Samuel Williams 23. crowd that attended the Barbados Gayman King 24. Grantley Wai Arts and Crafts Exhibition which 4 ; C S p S am Croydon. Teleopened at Queen's I'm k m tiHS^lS^SSS^ St. 1 •*•"-** Being held along the Arts and Crafts show is exhibition of call of which could not be displayed at the Annual Indust bition for lack of space. School children who attended "! i. Present proposed &" -" ~ !£ter?no.TclVn?7he\'r ^ ^ G Ve BuBl ^laln Tc.emaoue told tlie hoem should be met. and if any A Resolution to Dlace the sura "* avoeatc lh < ,he accident loov. of the claimant, listed was not of $2,o00 the dUp^al of The P JT abOUl 5 "' m v y m f" Inoccupation or his house j-otl ;,.v,,, n. ,•-.:-,.,., i ,,.,. com"'"is crew was up and to work ss? nr„! !" ;;;:, X?-* tssrxsenz i^r; v£t Estimate For Koch Hn Us ,', £*. ^^^ & ,!om !" £ZT^Z% Iruit. spaciousness, which makes H When the vessels collided, said easier to lako %  step backward I : 'fitti'w tnd hhnaeU llK Ret a better view of got about] one life boat. The particular painting, schooner broke and sank irmneExhibitors include Mrs. White. ately. Mr. Ivan Payne, Mr. BrUgsThe "Nelson" got back lo their Clarke., Mrs de K, Albans. I lie Arts and Crafts show is concerned, the standard of worn of past years -is upheld. There is a falling off In quantity owing *c the fact that on this occasion there ore no exhibits tan British Dd Trinidad. This. howMr. A. Carter. Churchwarden, Ihe Supplementary said that according to the letter, 1949—50, No. 20. which the Colonial Office provided an Schedule to this resolution. estimate for each house and in A Resolution to place the Bum some cases, the inspector who of $3,000 at the disposal of the 5LJ2?2V" 1 "? '^ hid visited the tiGovernoi CommlttM H,"^," iTJtpd the damage while in others lo supplement ''T* •• %  bis estimates were decidedly Eitimatea 1MB—SO, Pan I, Curunder-ertimated. imatea as'shown in the S -00 nboul 30 a m an<1 ,onk Mrs Macavity.. H • %  ird with part of their Mrs. Merritt. and Mi. Hi personal affects which they luckChildren's Work ilv saved. There is a good deal ol children", he men looked none the wortt on disp i av innkc tho ,..,„. their experience when ., lu> *_....' :.. .,„, .„,,.,„ SS, investigation B *"* ( "' expected that dlacunion Into ihe incident was being carried SIS'-. "• ' exhibitors from this institution : to authorise tho Schooner "Alna Leotaud" has carried " .';... ^TS^zsriZa,*. -"-- i • - %  .^"i HJtofrizers. as part of the debt Co mmlttee "of llarbados. which Mayers owed them. In Ml E ,, M „„], A S"""* W ' that il „,.,; ,;,,. H ,i Into Committee atned quit.' clearl] how Ihi tl a,,,,.,,,, the Gas Colonial Engineer t Inspector ha nil l, and Mr 1). n under .Mimated some ..l n ,„, ti„. eauge lo h..ii-<-.. | reiaUng _p. L. H. Hulsoii said that in hl „, the repatriation lo Africa ol Uttncl he hud seen Lisle Mapp'l person] ..f African descent. wuse which was also damaged by be storm. He said thai Mapp t' hal not railed hen llmc however, an electricity cut made looking at exhibits djfneult The show .ontinui's today. Bodily Harm Cost 30/S,S. Coiiira Arrives %  M given $00 bj Government but B his opinion this amount could lo nothing to Mapp's house. He Nxnted out th;it if he was in Upp's position he would ask lovemment to try repairing the %  ate with that amount of money. f a nd v ".a~ A Serious \ iev\ passengers and cargo. DECISIONS of His Worship Mr. ma who imposed fines of 30/and 20/on Alias Eugene of I i, St. Michael, DUTCH SS. "Cottica" arrived were conilrmed by Their Honou.s at Barbados yeati ngMr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. 11. A. wiih %  o. the AjBtstai ^esterday. Mr. Talm.f Mr. A. P. Cox said that he took of the 120 passengers numben BuMne guilty of having *ery serious view of the coiuli104. Icted bodily harm on Leotta of these houses, lie said that Among the cargo for this port Marshal) on the first ch;i i different occasions he had .,,., eases of of having inflicted il.ly harm on %  rt Government denied that n Um , ,., champagne, gin, conYvonne, her daughter, oa the ^.. m ^ on the n,Bht of Au-i %  -"—' %  ">' — rf*-i •'' wt 31 and September 1 but now I the latter they had referred to I at a stoi densed milk, powdered milk, meal %  ecoad preserves, split ]>e,i-. apples. i-.Uf Thi .... had her little daughter in her hen adl Schoonera Call Schooners "Ada lin ( %  tV and Kmei.-lda'' called > with cargo. The %  Adaltna" arrived from St With charcoal, lire wood. copra, coeoanuta, fresh (rult and three dot Both the Gardenia W ane the Emeralda" came from Trinidad. The former's cargo wan Of tiles, li. I boards, metallic liquid, displa> %  %  rreafa fruit, The lath gasoline, WOOd prJ n oil. The three schooners are conHe laid thai ciwuirina m 't the baby on her 1ZZJZ ISSJS.— Sc """" Aaaot laUon. tier with a piece of IroQ cross her shoulder. hthouse*" .fed He The "Cottica' A i'"i On her (ace, bursting light tl to leave port last night for Tt M Nj that the other Goveinments in Next pas;; up_ a stone, and Eugene th.n past had done nothing about Surinam i """ j jiaat d houses when it wns the Ihe whlcn is due went Government that was not from Dover. England *g as ninth : ,s former GovernFebruarv Jf. and 21. The X' ,. "Bonaire" is slitership to the "•"idjhat he was acquointel "Cottica." Loc.ii I tbeea %  Ltd. Wh a woman with many children • on page 7 Sold Fear l ; or Si\|M'inv Police Bund At St. John's Aliiishoiisv %  Acting Case Struck Out IE APPRAL Hied by Weber ~ In a forecla u e action Fined For Fined £5 THRU Honouri Mr. Taylor and Mr. II. A. Vaughan i.t i %  Appeal >estcrdoy varied :< decision -l Mr. H. A Talma, Police Magistral.' nt "A." Their Honours Inj reased a Ana from £2 to £5 when THE POUCO Band i Band Master, Sgt. C. Art play at the St. John's Almshouse ut 4 p.m.. today. Classical music nnd popular tunei <; i. tiuprnayamrne. One of the members of the Union told the -Advocate" that he thinks the Union Is doing fine, although only in its "youth". It is understood that the Union has had requests from outer parishes asking for fuller information explaining the aims and objects and also asking that meetings be held in their districts. The loss of an amplifier valued $600 was reported by Algernon Crawford of the -Observer Printing Office." Lucas Street. It is also reported that the amplifier was taken from the Superintendent's Office at Quat between January L' and 10, It L| iwford's property. Knight of Cooks Alley reported the loss of a pair of pants valued $8.50 from a box cart which was parked in Prince William Henry Street on Saturday. %  legates were appointed by the Vestry yesterday. The Buildinn Committee will be Mr. Carter. Mr. Branch. Mr, Williams. Mr Gooding and Mr Con. Delegates to represent (he Parish e Mr. L. ChaUenor and Mr. Carter. Delegates sent St. Anns Church are Mr Farmer and Mr. Mayers. These delegates are representing the various churches in the 19T.0 Synod. The Harvest Thanksgiving Festival of ng. Joseph's Church will be held on Sunday next There will be three services—at 0.00 a.m.. 11.00 a.m. and 430 p.m Mr. Oswald Walker was again appointed ofhViul weigher of Motor Vehicles n> met yesterday. I An Appreciation By the passing of Mr. Sydney B. Inniss, who was a well-known member of the community aim who came of a highly respected family here, the Barbados Chess Club is considerably the poorer. Mr. Inniss, a keen devotee pf thai game, was one of the founder members of the Club, which was formed as far back M was local Chess Champion for several years. winning the championship title of the Club on. at least, live ooaaak also filled the offices of VuePresident and PrcMdcnt from time to time. As will be gathered, he was a chess player <>f dlaUnctiou. and a valuable asset to playing strength of the Cbab the tlrst Intercolonial gress, held in Georgetown Brl Guiana, in March is*:,. 1 | i one of the Barbados tives. and he abji other important tourn events, taking part matches which Barbados contested with British Quit Trinidad many years ago, and giving a good account on all these occasion*. The Club members, who have a aanaa of personal loss thi death, desire to pay arreeuonate and respectful tribute to his memory. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES. I.ADIKS' Red. Tan and Navy Fancy Sho, White Sandals and Court Styles QBNTS AND 111ILUKI \s MIOKS-in a Variety of M>1. I .inHaute ol Sizes ALL TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST The (toods we are offering are not shopsoiled or old slock—they are merely up.". ...id \Mes we have derided to | discontinue. Till: HAIU.AINS INCLUDE C.KNTS SHOES REDUCI II ITtO.M (1U lo • sun lme-,0 I At l 8 lo • %  ::IKI Isnund torlS Minuunenti ana ** rt in the cable v irbados contestS AND LADIES SHOB81 IUIM s:,.:,o Of Mggfgg Uttff affg main other lines all reduced n I lie same yeiuioiis scale—Why nol visit us to-day and make your Choice. HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPT Dial 2364 %  •V////*Vi//ATTIN of st. Thomas Henrietta Layne, %  alliii i y as Cllhcr thc • %  ix i )UUt '" 3 dBB rjjwi nor his c ., | months by instalments or In '„. .ii— 12 cents indefault one month's imprtaornnent stead of 8. The offence was comPWiics In the action were bv His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod nutted on December 19, 1MB, O. Beckle. (Plaintiffyesterday. Layne had been found guilty l *nt) and Westcrman I). He was found guiltv of driving and fined for a similar offence ajjpT" 'jjteiiuant). Heckles was the motor va n M-2044 in . prior tOathls case. Their Honour* JJT*, • Mr D. H. L, Waiti, manner dangerous to the public felt that gffa offen.e, %  ttBrd \L r Mcs *rs. Cottle on the Lower Wharf on since Layne had been wa:: mmttmmkmm i had still committed it. merited a line. 25 Y<;ars Ago (RarbMlos Advocate, January 24. 19t) UQIIIWMUIII < IIA.MI'ION SHIP TO BE I Ol (all 1 til I At the Olympic Theai: Kid Albert the iiarhadu* llghtweighl represent.*live will the Demerara Champion lightweight, Babe Walka round contest. The Minuhire lau is about ten pounds ".eaviei than the champion which ought u> bi ol some advantage to him. A great deal of enthusiasm li being exhibiled in the fight tonight, which is being viewed by a good many fans as an Inb contest. Undoubtedly ers themselves feel thai are inspired with the | I %  yen .t feeling nnturallj That there uill be I i;ood main fight, there can be no doubt. Added to the thrills which a strong exposition of the manl] art offer, lovers eg the sport will witness a powerful display. between Stanle, BC. Butcher, 6 rounssl bantam-weight rounds. HI Ml K \l %  \ XI. Mr. c. R BrowM and Mr, A. Q Gomes will be unable to take part in the Intercolonial t> in Trinidad next month Judging from his play when Mr. Qomea can be spared but be fatal to Demerar.i slender chances, anyhow they must buck up %  without him. SWEET or DRY amber iGuadeloupe Is Sending Students To Study Building In France $• •pecu HI be trained are follows: Hi; masonry, cement reinforced concrete, '"Pt'd u; 'ifiiU,, "Uxia,!. JSft^J 1 n>try. Joinery S^" l)i lumblng; *>: house-wiring for T^^'**': locksmiths. The r ""^^ta:*^ who iLicm, %  acquired some training in thc Candidates must be between 18 and 35 years of age. During the course, probationers receive tho same wages as workers, but with an increasing of They also en> social security, social accident insurance and I i basis as regular wage earners. %  %  Fined 20'TWO lines were imposed on Eustace Harewood of %  V Mclesd. be paid in one month or in default one month's imprisonment for driving a car without holding a proper D Tweedside Road on October 22, and £2 10s. in 2 months 'iione month's imprisonment for driving the car atom: I load ni th undue oare. Gate Widened M ol the Fire Brigade; station is being widened and the garage is being enlarged. %  because of the larger type of .(•quired by the iifade. %  in response to any fire alarm, the id to be driven %  to be finish. Will customers please note Owinj" 1n ihe am i tourilt ship, this store will be open I ||] day •a SMiim.w .iiii. .I.V.M vn v inn ill i>c oloMd tor Ihe weakly hull holldaj al 12 NOON . %  Till ICII w -oil, JANUAKY CAVE SHEPHERD & co. LTD. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET HOLmiYiM L\ r. aV.> llrliM-rii-v can be imaged in I Inl.K. fur mi., of th rs e popular • %  VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details prill he llattl) given on % % %  liraH— to HOItl 1.1 I IIO>l LTD. Whilepark, (. Ill It 11 s\ (,.VKA(iK) Dial 4616





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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE [CLASSIFIED ADS. / |,|: WXAL vmnmnaan \OTHFS. PAGE SEVEN LTES fbafsf SAL** UXAl FOR RENT r s i . I v i **•• MfKH %  • %  chut. .MTOCATS > ^ ("l*. I TOM laky*-* %  "*• %  <*v %  • "• %  • MOUSE? rwnu. dra* ,na and dining nxina. gentry out office. G. W D.al SeSO* "^ %  1 30—3n FUAT "Oc,, 9pra y .._ BO,,,^ Qh h Modern utuated on ihf m (SO *r month Dial 337t from Monday ^ a iso—tn DIED Friends s^ !" -"' |n| *"" ,h ""~ i. 1UI" Trot !" lg !" *"S —" wanna." '""V, 1 """ ^ASB WXASI COPY FLATS fully rw • i.lor nm unct) at Inn|Wf. St. Philip PUBLH SALES =3 AUCTION C AR—Ford Prefect ID h p Ford Car t ... itL lto rr* ) c-* <" %  rriaay 3Tth at 3 p.m. FORD PHMirT "Mi"S*5 "*"-' ^^iSr" !" ma Ul. H ARCHES MC KtNzu H 1 U. .v. IN MEMORIAM "TttM life < lWh J-HJ true to ihe pnd ' your -Tog mi.e. vow •"• %  <* %  IT VMMt pUC*. o dtv tnoiri your %M* l O ,hu **ii cari % %  IMl P11—"" cnlldrwii. DAD PAItHS PLtAftE COPY'. Th* public mi^ hotvoy wanted acaiivii in!cr*dil 10 my if* DOltlS HB*T "** r *, n w •• I do no* hold mvaeK ——— for her or *,*£„ ^J! cMMa In my nj'ma -rder mnnl Inrru> Signed PRrNCX ALB1KT llTST. M n .. 34 1 SOtn W ACTED iory Of %  u FUr -I'd Uix>Hnr L1VIHG1 WDTVHD who fl aataap otv kJtwn l*Wr hava port urx* inrl BIMI day wt tovl %  •< .-.'H> w*y %  u> twn al tha momonl "hod. nl of lh Hanii that are lorn %  uon thai -r ihad alWr yoar. a frlaia ina( are allantiy born* i idmutfiltri Aldolphua, lllllon l> Uanr. Dcllepiaue u;id Amiin.j td O/JiSF. El. j 1 on January S)rd IM*. | ad Branlnc ar MM rlaar call 'or mo I sum Thin* iha glory k roEomad aoul M on 1*11 lAa aiorf I flat made u* whole. t FAMILY .i.apM oi BMf iHACKBrr. who died . -TOO home to ; H dau|hirii MIMI piiii aui—In FOII MALE vrolM Car. New Tyroa liable for hire. Apply hDamcki. St. Jamaa. MT*o iD Momi S h.p oui MaW. One ill Vauxhail 1M1. r Gaitfr, Si. Mailltlaa Cap II 1.30—On Otrrowt iiwb u nod OODMUUOB, %  apply t Wiini. uidbui> 22.1.50—3n I CYCLE Two Corm UjhtifeUiAC Moior C> Mr.. Thea. I abop toiled -IHI ar* ihvreJ oflarad ..t vei) %  JWral rsundty Lid brood Si ll.l.M—Jn. Mb>ul lloraa, iullfbl* lor p ndlni Apply u> Ifc. Janiifr i Ca. K-u Koabwck l Hetculaa SUvet KIOK, or •"*•, > UMI and in buck I C., Lid. Dial M.'6 la.II •— 1.1!. NtOUS Nw rbirbaitka Plalfom .•. Apply Manager. Ud H 1 [ nanian n.r.huahii %  !" E'eity Aulbinallc SpulJ* low prtce of Ilia .MI.. % %  Ilu n * Co. Ud. Dial a. >MJ0.-Jn. I^Cowplelr lane >Ue Lamp. a flowered Chimmy. Only . huirhiriHin ft Co.. Ltd. t; 7 *" %  %  %  i H.r ** !U - Hortuck St. 0d Praaauro LanWff Poww. m.&t nrn, for |F*'A. Ba.n„ ft Co. Ltd Ml !' -2SH* "ln*UI rire, !" n „ J** %  *"Ubl for ornca o> >uur rnorUi r"iTi ****•• "1.. Sun. — t f n and Car Tj-r 790 m ; ",. s •• l. 800 M aM"ir_ aHErr "-. n.. B>, h Ft"*-,. A„ P „ AuUl ,,„ %  LlV 1 Phont MM 111-1.1 1 .9*—lk> r fi^ 11 PYJAMAS Th. n 1 .9*-lsn WANTED" &f Old "fcSS ROOM bG. \l IIO\ SALE Fl'KNlTIRE ft inn -1 ii-.i % %  irrECTra IAZILWOOD HOl'HE iil-HMi • COIB.T HILL SATURDAY nth at 11.19 p.m. WE .o-p lnatructad by Mil 1. M BAKh£KA and othon to -el l>y Auction the following valuable rurnlluie and effecta :— Couchra. (XcaUonal Tables. nmirii; (liiui Sideboard. lUxikon* larKoi. patinird 1'laypam. 2 High Chair* Singer Sowing Machine. 5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven. 2 'ono-bumen Stove*. PriKldaire. Electric Iron. Go-Cart. lane (lujuitlly QUaawgre. Stiver. China. Kuchdh Ware. OnuunenU TolJing Steps. TrutvAs. SUitra.e.. Tool.. Toya, Ladder*. Booka and numy other inter eating item. FRIDAY 27 JANUARY and MORNING Of* THE SALL SAT URDAY 2STH JAN CASH ON I \1 1 MI 11 VMMI 1: AIX'TIONKERS IHVONI111 VBM.S HELP CIJMK -ImmedUtely Junior Clerk fo; omce SaUry M0 00 to F!S 00. Drpmil ing on Quallnoatlotia and vKpeiierc-,5uceeaful applicant tnml aaaume duae. y „." r bn ?? ry Appl >' '" P*>n with ~ ippllcgllon to the Secretirv Bay Street. 21 l 30—3-1 Eckstein Broa. HOUSEKIJTFJt loiiiirt-t,,,! Lagh howfceeper for Guew Houae ftcpori. em.-M in preparing Salada. making nniry. Pwtding. etc eential. Apply Box. m. i_ /0 Advocate Advcrtlatng Dept. MI so—an NURSE MAID-Wanted bv Ehgll.h family for baby girl, age .vine inonin* Muat have referencca nnd b willing to live in Apply Box 33 Co A0IT>,M.. AOvt. Deparur^ni 21.1.50—In ^"D nOY-AW. 10 ride Btoyek Apply; Manager. Sea View Guerl House 3* 1.S0-3H REAL ESTATE "THE BANYANS— Wllh the Uitd thereto, containing a Acre* 2 Rood., .ill Porchea. alluate at Upper Bay Str-et. M. Michael Ideally lulUble for ievrlopment as a Building Estate. Inspection any day except Sunday. hetween tha hour* of 0.30 a.m. and 11..i0 a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on application to Mr. Ronnie Qittena on -he premlaea. Dial 3771. The above property will be set up for Sale al our Office No. 17 High Slree.. rgetown. un Friday 3rd dey d February 10S0. at 1 p.m. For further particular, and Condition. f Sale, apply to the undersigned:— COTTLX. CATFORD ft CO., 20.1.50--lln Hill SALE OR RENT— Farley Hill. St. Peter Old PlanUtlon houae with large ballroom. Dining room library, fourteen bedrooBa* etc. Ideal for converting to reatdanllal club. For detain. Apple to Bradebaw ft Contpany. .1.M.-U.n. SHOPOne (li Double-rooled board and Shingled attup, sllualrd ul Station Hill. SI. Michael. In good condition Apply to Tha Manager, Pitcher Conne. V Co. Lid. 20. SI. U Roebuck St. 21 ISO—3n SI private ENGAGEMENTS made . Oping and Shorthand, afternoon* 4 Saturday. I p.m. Mlaa P H. jWri Aviernore. Brittona Crou Road. I-hone 2083 between 9 30 am. and 3 M p.m. M.l 50-n INCOME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income? Tax nturni are required from every niarried man whose income is JI200.00 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, person, enfaaed in any trade or profession, and owners of land or property whether a taxable income has .ccrucd during the past year or not. Forms eft Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Dcoart-IT J!2? THE 1ST AY F JANUA RY, 1M. -nd meTms duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the foUowln. respective dates : 1. Returns of persona whose books were closed on the 31st m 0 0t DeCember > 1849, ^ OT bel0 " %  31 day of March. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June. 1050 M£TMO "" 0lh r PerWWS n r be 0re th 3I ' Jan_ F. CLAIRMONTE Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties NOTE | Any person faillnr to make his return within the due date will be liable to a Hae not enceedlnc tlOO and not le-s than £2 and will be prosecuted unit*. „,. facierr reason is given. 10.].50.-ln. WATERWORKS DEl'ART.MENT Owing to interruptions in the electric power suaply it is becomZ,? Cn T n ly lUmCU,t ,0 maintain ,h d otic wTtcr iupiy wh^h partly relies on thu power for pumpmg. WSu PP'>. *"" uv otwater^ndT h rCby reqUMtcd IO exercl ^me care in the r,e 8 !sCap. a p^;:,r POrl mm ^^ * ^ !" h basins, lavarv U for e th^ S C - P< ralion is iv n immediateb-, it will be neces:;.?i 0 :_:! le O VCrnmen, lo -^ w flt er restrictions until the etec22.1.50—2n. trie supply position has improved. W !" ? !" ^* !" MIDDLE AOED WOMAN to live with, cook and care f,„ oW>y Apply P A. Lynal .Mreet. 3A $0 _.._ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE T),r lallei of C N WEBCC9 of %  ruimg. t-h ch for pernaaHon lo ^eil Sptnt. Malt Llqtinra. | V; '" ioon ol Weakca Cantean. Middle Str.-. Datad 'hi, 13rd day of January ia To H A TALMA.. Eaq Phl.ce M.igiau-ale Dl.t "A" SUPied C. N. WECKEff, .. _. Applicant ./* B-—Thia appllcallon will be const' %  :;' i a. Police Court, District A*, ui Thur*0v "J* 2r "' <*y ol Fobruao-. ISM. at II H. A" LUCKY DAY VERY LUCKY DAY!! on which you insjl GAS for cooking lUve you *n the .iltractlve Enamel Hot Plate* at your Ga. The Dominic. HandrrafLs Co. ulll remain open on . SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH but will he cloned on THURSDAY. JANUARY 26TII. Thi* it intended to patronise the tourists visiting this colon). RESIDENT MANAGER. SEAWELL AIRPORT. BARBADOS s5'^:-i !" r:' Resiam A '-" M — Duilrs will include: Adminlslralion of Airport and start and supervision of airport sen-ices. e.j. Air Traffic Control, crash and fire equipment, radio services, airport hygiene, etc Candidales should have a good general administrative background and experience in any of the following would-be advantageous: Flying as aircrew; Aircraft and/or aerodrome control by day and night p '* c both R/T and Visual; Airport Administration; Organisation of crash and lire fighting personnel and equipment; Radio; etc. Candidates should also mention any other aeronauUcaJ qualifications. *-*.". -nd LTT* appoln,mem wm be on a temporary basis in the first place and may be term.nated by one months notice on ether side CMrl 1 A M> lic-ttoni 8la,ln qualifications, should be sent to the Colonial Secretary, Barbados, before the 15th February. 1950. 24.1.50.—2n. Vestry Seek Help • t*~ !•* s whose house was falling down over her head. He wanted to ask the parish's representatives. Mr. L Smith, M.C.P.. and Mr. G. H Adams, M.C.P.. to see if something could not be done to assist the unfortunate people. Five Months Since Storm "It is five months since the storm, and I think that it is time that something should be done", said Mr. Cox. Mr. L. E. Smith next said that the matter was in the hands of the churchwarden. He said that he had approached the Churchwarden to find out the necessarv amount that would be needed to complete repairs to these houses. and he was informed by the Churchwarden that he should sit a short while. Mr. Carter said that he had told Mr. Smith to wait because some of the money could repair and more than repairthe houses that it was estimated f*>r. Me drew an instance to the attention of the Vestry where he ssid the houses of Mary Hutson of Spa Hill and Clyde Inniss of Dark Hole were repaired and with money left over from these two houses he repaired another house which belonged lo Violet Jordan also of Dark Hole. Mr. Colin Williams, said that he did not know if the St. Joseph Vestry would get any more from Government because Government knew that the whole thing was s racket. By this he meant that in some cases where peoples houses were damaged before the storm the same people were claiming that their houses were damaged by the storm. ( It.ii:.. of The Job Mi Smith then said that the Churchwarden was in charge ol the job. If he (Mr. Smith) was to get more money from Government, he would have to tell them how many more houses needed repairing and what was the cost. He said that in his OSstelOO ihc Churchwarden was going about it the right way. First he would have to fix what houses he could before he could say how many others needed repairing and the amount it would take. He accused Mr, Cox of placing himself in front uf the Churchwarden. Mr. Cox said that in the first the Churchwarden had aVSSSSR II tona neL In Carlisle Bay IN PORT : Schooner Molly N Jonea. Donadale. from Tnnktad R.-n Manuata. Set. Betquee*. Sen Mary Jaaon Jonas ft Co Ltd sT^ iltf-.'WJi '^ *"' ^ -Vhoir^Oardanl. W. ,. str, ^ReaS ^ h Jtt^ "Si* oIto Sfff "'*'" "•* st Vincent: Agent. H-?,,,,i?! ?^. ,J^ U ^. S ^. M r a ***<•' Owner.' Aaaoctetton. W^*B*fal£ ni^r^T W*JJ £^ r V >u r ^l' ,oon r Ad.hr* SO ton. net. Capt uiTaaJ. . n ^ l< y D *'"'>cl. FWmminsj. from St Luna Aaent. "Zi** "i" 1 ss >* %  *'** SUBT. Schooner Owner*:' Aaareiauon. """" %  Schooler Kmaralda. 51 tona net. Cans, llA^tieVJUIIItonlnSrl Caa. V.a ^'^:.!r W .Z r T td d *-""= =**"• D~". <" Funchal A^entlf's, P Muaaon. Son ft Co.. Lid. Arriving by owner*' Aaaortation. M.V. Athel Ruby. 313 ton. net. Capt. IM-, ••-.** rom Dover-M L. Berry, E Hudson "o**". Arthur U A. La>ne. C ISeal>-. R Sealy. E A* Clliabeth Mereier lX>nedan. Mark Mercler. *W*> •• Mtt4 ... . 1/MMUiS/ SIKtIAUSTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY DIXON & BLADON REAL ESTATE AGENTS — Uini.MiiPhone I.m PrsnUlioi r vi'#'.*/**'*->'*-*'.V,','*-,',',V,',V, NOTICE COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern Cungulow. four bedroom., two I>.I;J--. electilrlty. water, on tha sea. own private bathing beach. I 1 acre* of land Vegetable Gardei M Garden, St. James. Knq i.vld St. Peter. Phone 91-50 premiK. Garden, St. James M.I Due to the arrival ol a tourt.'.ahlp on Saturday 2Sth our .tore ,„,. lr m UMtMeVnla "!| " "~" ">"-. • Jamaa. Enquiry Sand>-|d nUl '""ad of Saturday for thia at tnc 1 THE WOLD," alh Avenue. Marine Oaidena, with about 10.000 square feet of land will be offered for sale at the ifRes of the undersigned on Thursday, the 2nd day of February, 1H0 al 3 p m Thia freehold da-elllnghousa contain, gallery, 2 public room-, kitchen and panlry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms, bath etc. on Ant floor. Electric, ga* and water service!. The house has recently been renovated .nd decorated and la In excellent condition. Inspection by appointment with Mr. H. S. Bynoe. Dial B310. Further particulara and conditions of %  ale apply to ... COTT1-E. CATFORD A CO SolicitorS1.1JH>.—lln. LEDTON--On-Sea. well known an, .•ttractive Saaatde Raaort at Maawell % or parUcular* apply V. De Una ft Co.. 20. Broad Street, Phone 46** n 1 40-on I-A.\I> Three ill rood, of land it Kill. Village. Saint Jamaa on tha public rc*d. opposite ~Aivaro" Applj i" H Nile., James Sbeet, or Phone 3113 oi 307S. M.1.S0—In fr ^alr— Contd MISCELLANEOUS EGGS lUlf-bred bronae Turkey 1.each Phone 34S9. Mr* K Gr num. SUalhclyde. SICKLES Ca.ll* Turloo Sickle.. UH" it 40 cent. each. Buy your requirement. H>, Ihey are avallabU al G. W. HuUh neon Co.. Ltd. Du.1 4122 11.1.50 3n GARDEN SHEARSGarden Shear. it S3 01 each. Limited quantity r, %  luiehlnson ft Co.. Ltd. Dial 4Xtt II I 50 3n. CJ1ADIOL1 HU1J>BV IS different coloun aa, 1 Grade, )uat arrived from llouand. vpely J W. Barrow. Teaephone No* MW4SIM 34 I *•—n Oom flake*, ahredded *hea*. PuBed Wheat. Oarwvbn, AU Bran •liifleU. Cream of Wheat, alao Barlea and '-Iflakes. W M Ford DUi SSSf. J aebuck Street M 1 SOIn rOrMaSD UBAVI Comae! Beef with cereal. Lamb Tanauea. Staak and Kidney Pudding and Mutto i and Pa-.. W K. Pard, Roebuck Siieat. Dial 34S. I SOJn HAMB In Una cooked a lb to • lb. M ll IS par lb and Small Tina at S3 VI aacn .:*.. Baceri .Deed or whole alaba W M lord. M Hoebuck Street. Dial 34* 34 1 som %  ajafe agj H It KOWAKDS LM,. 8 Broad Street N.I ao-:n COUGH LOZENGES for coughs,colds & sore throats .-.-.•.-.-.'.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.-.v.-,-.-.-.-.-.. 'GOD'S WAY OF ;; SALVATION MADE PLAIN" Free Book from S. Roberts, 30, Central Avenue, Bengor, N. Ireland. %  j ailiS" %  '• %  > %  •• %  ll: l. I.U..I., MAOAUKU ... .. JOHN.ON H MAflONI.Hr llStt^uSSF*" 8 WOOD.MKM n^gS^SSa A.', T U, A,S' u ^rT N • .ii... .oi tied la laaaeel Ik. raaie of IIOL.r PAINTING BBISBIS Jaal Oaeaed b) JOHNSON'S HASDWABI I BM I'S for Ihe i. .il.m II,., ... LETTER BALANCES; WIRE TRAYS: WIRE BASKETS; CASH BOXES—different sizes Also: SPRING BACK BINDERS; FOOLSCAP AND LETTER SIZE ROBERTS & CO. HERE AGAIN!! Your Favourite Drink VISTOUT yem HEALTH/ _/.. igH CTRIMCTli/ JJweaA* *m -TTAUTY/ IT DRINKINC • %  \ U CONTAINING ..VWMWV! J VITAMIN B t FOR SALE ,.i .TSf und "!p" .nd ha lb M t*t w %  . w. M. rorl. M DI>1 VM Si I 10•S^ D sii@[ioii THE VITAMIN STOUT fm O.TAIMABLE FROM.' ALL GOOD GROCERS made an estimate of $4,200 for 4? houses and Government did not accept it They sent their own inspector to make estimates. He said that It was left to the representatives of the psrish to go forward and place the matter before the Government. Mi. Smith and Mr. Adams should go forward and ask Government to send someone lo the Parish to see the condition of the houses. At this stage the Churchwarden ssid that in the nrst place Mr. Cox was talking about money and now he changed his argument to lhat of .sending representative to see I.UildillK. Paaaeratiia leaving for Trlni>> nignt were John Frederick ion. Isabel Garcia. St Ctair Meri.ine Hollin.. Monica Hnllina. Vel~ Rea lB ja, Melvm Koliina. Arthur Bowen. John I;reave*. Alice Baptutte, Allan Holder. MirUmTasSSOrV ^ R.M.S Lady Nelaon. 4.SS9 tona net. front SL Lucia: Agenta : Co. Ltd. ABJUVALK By BW.I.AL From Trinidad : Beryl Armatrong, lionald Arm.trong. Jacqueline Ale|, Li neat \ .era. Klford Ilolden. Frank Kldd. Henrv Mendrvck.. Mildred IggE, Basil Oooding. Stewart Nock. l Sweeaay Khaabeth Rapaey. oiga Union. Angel Ihiart*. David p, lrT>( >(.„„„ Ereolani, irtor Ercolam. Aurella Friedman t.eorge Harris. Rene Vandenbranden. %  arrnen \ aniten llranden. CaasBgaj Van enoramien IT Margartte Vandenbraq"" n ; Patricia Bourne. William Vntlle. \ndrew luille. Grace Ymlle, Ann Mace rorte. Marcu. Shadach. Mama Shadach. Joan Chlmm.ng. Richard Budd. Charles Jiayward. Charlca Ablett. Mark GreenFrom la O^Sjn w.Uiam Krum. WUHam M K A Krum. Ilann Pinka.. Maria de Pinka*. Plnka.. Inrieh lane*. Marianne Hllbati r llrt.ley. From Antigua Lilla Hill. Frank aSSBaan. Ida Maason Front St. Kitu -Mr.. May Lakamlrhand. Master Kumar l-ak a midland, Mr*. Erine Froat. Intranall to Trinidad :—Mr. 8. Sebastian. Mr. E. DeUale, Mr, A. Davis. IIKFASTlRgH By B.SJAL For Trinidad —Mr. Jamaa Douglas. Mra. Josephine Douglai. Misa Jane DOUMlaa. Mra. Ernestine Young. Mua Yvonne Yaasgaj, Miss I Milan Sealy, Mr. Robert SS' **' Ch llr M'Cnearney, Mr* Earner McEneemey. Mi.. Ursula Soloinon. Mr Woodlry Anthony, Mr. Dorothy Pollard. Master Richard Pollard, Mr John Thome.. Mr. Nairn Sabga, Mrt KtfUh. llov.ll, Mlaa Jean Bovell, Mr Mayer Matalon. M. Haven Walton. Mr. iharie. Hinder Mr. Charlotte Bltuter, Mr. John McGregor. Mr E. Springer MMa Jean Stone. Mr. Reuben Griffith. Mr Julian Hyn.-e. Mr. Harry Cadu Mr, In Silma Moore. For Grenada -Prof Cyril Beasiey, Mr. Jame* Uabb. Mra. Joyce Babb, MU> Ingrid Babb. Mr Lisle Webster. Mr. Phylli. Webster. Master Anthony Webiter Wayne Web.ter. Mr. MllllSew %  rl' h> '"' y Tu,k "' M K " rl L*Ot Jamaica %  %  band. Mn I .an*.. Robert, Kleanor Brt.ley. Ralph Kmch. Inaeborg DcVeaux, Mr John LYwU id. Hedda Ouemada. Mary M _. For Antigua Mr Bertram r. John Sulton. Mlaa Margaret MarJoan Deveauk, Master David *- ~ H^*ssTw&ru,.Tsss' m 2SS! From 1. UKU :-AMhon> L.wb, gmi F~ L. Oualn -Mr* T.Hhu ll.dV. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ,-.?""* *"* "a*— " Ml ih.iau, Main. Thallenu, riii.i..n AIOO. i::ri r r££; sssnz ssue ssr-i'ts&&&& B %  •bgmbta Star. Lady Nelaon. I*qv Auraculg. H/8 Amaflgo rtrjutlieru TTIIM Inrp,et.r7 NornTaT' £S£^ Scaavia. Jutahy. Arnpc Callfonu. %  aagektE. Kodney. Ewo Amsterdam. Ero*. tVrtsca, M v the mmiition of the houses. He then asked Mr. Cox to explain lo the representatives of the parish LM wanted money or %  representative uf Government to inspect the houses. After further discussion Mr. Cox moved that a resolution be sent to Mr. Adams .md Mr. Smith Burial (.round The question of a Burial Ground for the Parish next arose. The ChUaTaW o aTdes. said that he was informed by the Hector that the St. Joseph burial ground had been closed. Ha said that the iiJered %£?£A VesYry "a'ploTo, Si-xiSIr B-*y aSBe-r is ^le And nS.nJ^ttr-'.JTVr bc,n PP" by ">e Solicitors, 4UBI*. spd asking them to take Moa*r vnr u .w , n !" 1Z3 Hie matter up with Government so that a further inspection nnd itimate should be made. The motion was vision. arried by a 5—4 diMessrs. Yearwood Ac Boyce, and LBS) appiiiiscment nothing has been done. He said that it was appraised at $830. On Page g SHIPPING NOTICES IT IS GOOD VALUE!! SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE In While, (laid, I'lak and Blue al S1.J5 per >d. SPUN. RAYON in While, Gold, Oreen Brown al 9Se. per yd. SPUN UNEN In White. Orer. (.old & Rose at 1.2I per yd Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof OIILSS SHOP The Schooner "Belqueen" will accept Cargo and Paaaengers for St. Vincent. Sailing Monday 13rd January The Schooner 'imdeavour W" uiii acrept Cargo and Paaaannart IdM. Sailiiia Monday 31rd ....111.,. I The M V. Daerwood' will aocepl Cargo and Passengerf or St. lAarla. St. Virvcenl. Grenada. and Ambe. Sailing f*turday Jl.t January. MONTREAL ATOTKAUA NtTf ZEALAND UNI LOOTED (>LA-Ni.) UNEI U.B. "PORT PIRIE" Is scheduled to .all from Sydney January lath — %  I Trinidad about February MS.KAIPAK1 la scheduled to aall .—ni l\^t line January 1th. I January 10th, Beauty Point January 13th. Melbourne January 3SUi, Srdiwi February ath. arriving at Trinidad about 10th March Thssse vessels have ample "Pace for Chilled. Hard Froaan and General Cargo Cargo accepted on Throtigh Rilla of %  -ding with tranahlpmeiit at Trinidad tm llrllUh Guiana, llarbados. Wlnowar I and leeward lBlanda. For further particular* apply; FUKMEH WITHY ft Co., LTD, Agents Trinidad DA COSTA Si CO. LTD., Agenti: Barbado*. %  9M. CANADIAN soi ishui.su SIBVICt Naaae af .big Bella S S. "ALCOA PLANTER %  Ma 1MB. January ll Barbadea S.S. "ALCOA PATRIOT January J3i d Febniary 3rd. Sailing every two weeks. NEW ORLEANS HtRVItS ,..? ? ALCOA BOAMXH aaua frocn New Orleana 30th DecMnbae, arrives ISth January. S.S ALCOA ItUNNQft sail, from New Otleana 14th January, arriving TWin t.iiii.rw Apply: DA COSTA ft CO. LTD. — %  &f '" %  dian Service RUaMERT TUOH LTD. New York and Gulf Service '*****+*************&*******s****


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TITE BARBADOS ADVOCATE TTEfiDVY. JANTABY M, i|j, BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS eeroer I |AM "Fi I. '•* <"tXX TD ^iCEKTQATE ON [ MM . 101 *.. .* 1 CWT I MCP ^". iMXTQE MA. THAT" Pv 1 LANiTCCNCFV %  %  GDDD NEWS!! FRESH STOCKS OF Stop Pyorrifei In 24 Hoi,; r-nrt. Mouth or Mi HI** *2 ->n. or Vaf.r wiH nak. rowtUS ji >n may ...— Hh^tmaiuZ ..T* k n>uUr. Stop ilM* %  y Ml Taw" 1 "* '•' ass ,. .'hi. "i-aa, | ... _ ry A ma. a*, m, %  um* in 14 hoar*. —moat .. _. %  >our t-lh tf Bftipiy r-ow..^^ TO HAND BE SURE AND ASK FOR RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA w^-s*SSl Amosan ££;.;£ Iwr Py.rrk.a—Tru,k it*, HAPPY RELIEF FROM BACKACHE WHY PUT UP with MZ diKomfort from tw^T rhcurn-uc pains. '"Tltiigi "j •clvng muides and minors Common urinary djiotflui ia*. •higai'h kidney actioa -A*,? Miiim get bappy rrtkt Many thousands of K p'-e bleat the m'% Hackacbc .._ T well known dfanfc 2 onrurv amueptk belpt I^Mbdnevi to cam out that AaS of niding the blood of acatiafc acid and other impuriti*. aaaaid CD health. Grateful people, earn where, recommend Doao'iPfca their friends and aWighbcan. ZT,., DOANIr YOU HAVE NEEDS... Britain is making the goods to meet them designing for your needs U call •n Britain's resources and skill. She %  ludied your reujuiremenis, and haswdco >ur buyers in greater numbers E vhibiting at ft..HriiKh LH U kt i -iir .100 inandtueiuuMs ml] reve .•ducts, and from ev*T) .000 bu\crs wW I ite lekcttoni inking new goods fa I .scd Britain's pn lurn these expoiu ci ibte I.. uam is the wot Id's BUT. ooaands of k,-, known *,,_._. yuhckM Tha M|MM mam., m n r m iii n i M iaaw allc •!.! background IX)LClri ba. W. tborouaa i ?


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BARBADOS CENTRE FOR SUGAR TALKS |

NIGERIAN CABINET pppoe geen geen Busta Tells Of W.1. Plans
PROPOSED SL |! To Meet Sugar Crisis

( 12 Africans Plus MacPher. son (Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
\

LAtBs, Yaa! 98 Mauritius | KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 23.
PATORTHERN tribesmen of Nigeria have agreed to aecep:| Winkie: BI _ BUSTAMANTE has announced a move to an
ministerial responsibility in the sbdiieid best Nigerian Accepts U.K. urgent conference in Barbados, at which West
“Central “Cabinet”. x ar Contract Indian Governors, chief elected members of the
‘This decision of the northern administration region wes ug F Legislatures, and representatives of the sugar
“Needs Less Than Our.” industry will decide on a common attitude towards

announced to the 50 delegates attending the Conference at

n, West Nigeria, to review the Nigerian constitution, | itai :
-Shadan, Nig 8 Jon Froivt Our: Own Orreaginndent Britain’s failure to meet the West Indies sugar
LONDON, Jan. 26 demand

it was reported here today.
The West Indies are now fi; ..- |

. ee is to be called|

ne State Executive Council. It| a = : E en ae caeinmeie This proposal goes one step furs
is te +a onniestadtl ing a lone battle with the BEng sh} proposal gi

of oe been thie aoe ae Food Ministry.. Last night it. as y ther than the unanimous decision

Governor, Sir ong M: era wl aunounced that Mauritius ..ad ruman And of the Trinidad Legislative Coun-

’ JRE ereOn, signed a five-year contract 1i 9m cil, seeking to call a regional con-

1952, under which Britain ‘as Milita ference of the Legislatures and



























































In addition to the Executive
Council the proposed revised |
Central Government would have a
House of Representatives of
members.

The Conference has agreed that
it should delegate powers of
“major Nigerian interest” to re-
gional legislatures in a first m«

as its Chairman. j
agreed to take 335,000 tons of other interested parties) — By
sugar yearly from the colony at Cable.

a fixed price and 470,000 \.ns| Lea r Me
tae yoke Mauritius prod. "| de $ Fi ef Separate Jap Treaty :

415,000 tons of sugar and it is WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. f .
stimated that by 1953 when ‘he! president Truman today unex- Would Violate

f ontract comes into OpC"a-|nectedly called a meeting of



to form a Nigerian Federation. tion the annual produevion figure | America’s top military and de- Potsdam

The decisions of the Conference Will be between 475,000 and | fence leaders.
will go to the Regional houses “of eda MONE... i The meeting, announced by the TOKYO, Jan. 23.
Assembly in the eastern, western fou A hilippe Raffray, leader of | whive House, gave rise to specu- The Japan Communist Party ‘
and northern provinces and to the ¢ Mauritius delegation which | jations that a decision might bej| to-day announced a nation-wide
Central Legislative Council for ttended ne Commonwealth | imminent on whether the United struggle against Japanese at~ i

approval before they are submit-
ted to the Governor and to the
British Colonial Secretary, Mr.
Arthur Creech Jones.—Reuter.

talks, has cabled Mr. Har-

“a oN |States should go ahead. with the| tempts to conclude a peace treaty
Robinson explaining why

production of the hydrogen bomb,} excluding Russia. It said in a
which is very much more power-| statement that a separate peace



lauritius agreed to the Food



Ministry proposals when the West} fy) than the! atomic bomb. —| treaty would violate the Potsdam
dies Varned them down Reuter. Dec aration and would lead di-
2 x It understood that the needs —__-—— + rectly to a third world war.
Mauritius were not’sO great as 2h e “ . Russia's possession of the atornic
il Sana ) f Trop Begins of coe West Indies and that L000PilgrimsArrive bomb demonstrated the big pro-





‘ I od Ministry offer amply es cress of world socialism, giving i
7 y al vered the requirements of the respeur ° »| ibe people new confidence in i

oO ay n nd.—-(By Cable). Ky ( ry Day In Rome heir strength. i

| a { ih cepa ae oer “ The statement alsa claimed ;

th. i VATICAN CITY, Jan. 23 ike > 44 “tle . : w i

Opens Congress Antigua mp ey so : French Gov t | Pilgrims have been arriving i aaa 1 ee. ge oone were }
The bus X-470 and the car M-1316 which were involved in’ an accident o ’ n] ° | Rome, at an average of 1,000 ; ailing to crush “the Communist if

afternoon,



In Philippines { (Barbados Advocate Correspondeni pare aie ueril a liberators of Malaya.

site ae . : â„¢ avesietas . 7 1 . | day, since the Roman Catho {
ANTIGUA, Jan. 23, Arrow points to the mutilated body of School-boy TREVOR JORDAN Rejects Charge | Holy Year was inaugurated on |—Reuter.

BY RADIO Loudspeakers were h eard ” ! ~ 7 ‘7 PARIS, Jan. 23. |
throughout Antigua, assembling a B ] | Tl YEAR BO) KIL i AT) 1e French Government today |
MANILA, Jan 23, | meeting to hear the results of u garian ae published a note rejecting Polish |
President Elpidio Quirino open-.| negotiations with the Sugar AT as. «’ ; harges against the expulsion rf |
the. regular session of the} Planters’ Association. It was P : e IN CAR SMASH Poles from France. j
lilippines Congress today in a} agreed to begin cane cutting on| | Che note was handed to we)
arrest from Baltimore in the; the 24th. 15 cent. increase remiuer

|

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|





*hristmas Eve, Vatican official

innounced today. AN nile °
This average is expected tc 3 \Orpses From Ship
ump to between 10,000 a day, 7 si .

from the end of February and tc Sunk o ¥ ears Aso
ntinue at that level until nex oS

October, they added. Organised LUEBECK, Jan, 23.

pilgrimages have already been German salvage teams have

announced from 34 countries, discovered the first three corpses

—Reuter. | on the upper deck of the German
death ship Thiebeck which rested
on the bottom of Neustaedter Bay

The nove denied that France| W ants Daughter near here for five years, The ship



ser . 5 . 3 Polish Embassy in Paris on Janu-
ed States. on 1949 were odes to, and out} Death came swiftly and suddenly to 11]-yea: { wy 21, It ante that a e
Whe President, who is recover- | of-crop-rates, double those of es ° Jordan of Bush Hall yesterday about 3 o'clock wh« yuision was justified, as the |
w there from a kidney operation | Last year 86 per cent. were re- 1es

o d the members over the] ceived. —(By Cable)
0, urging legislation for in-
ised production, reduced pub-

was involved in an accident at the junction of Stok lole Foles concerned were all mem-
and Kingston Roads near My Lords Hill with the motor ca; | bers of Polish ‘irae ——
SOFIA, Jan. 23. M-1316 driven by Horace Walton and the bus X-470 owned) ““MSe@ Unrest in *rance



The Prime Minister of Bul-|

















































; : 2 . . , > V . ; —— we a 4 * . . » cs
expenditure and vigorous en-' Russia Keeps An Eye | garia Vasil Kolaroy died this | by the My Lords Hil! Bus Co., and driven by Samuel Ri had violated Franco-Polish.migra-} ; with thousands ot Nam concen
ment of the tax laws. | Warning after a las So of Haggott Hall. tion agreements, and, ¢riticised| ’ , tration camp prisoners trapped in
~ | ng after a long illness, it t ; : : Son?! 0 y arou its hull was k i raid in
; —Reuter ; ‘Nl | was Se ieee the | eee —_— Trevor Jordan, while returning} the arrest “without justification S as sunk In an air
: be Th erman irmen | Ss announced here in a joint G " ir aus | ‘ ‘ a the last days of the w
F | communique issued Sy the Com- | home* from St. Giles School wos) of French. citiaensin=Poland,..and ps ATRO, Jan. 230° Tast Week Savane peg wake
, i . r N. Je 23. |r ist Party and the Cabine , } struck down in a trench by the) the closing “of French cultural ; : . : , } ,
Governor Must ; BONN, Jan. 23. | munist Party and the Cabinet. . *bus and died instant! lonkey| centres in Poland.—Reuter. Hussein Fahmi Sadek, father of ceeded in righting the 2,650-ton
5 Strict precautions are being! The official announcement said | aaa oh Reuben nella tie a " ee | beautiful Narriman Sadek, said on] ship and specially equipped tugs
a , . taken to prevent German airmen| he died at 1.45 this morning. s - 1 Lim ae dae ’ rg | Sunday that he would be “filled] are pumping the water out of her.
Reserve Power in the East Zone People’s Police|M. Kolaroy was described as| MULHOUSE, rer Pome: ee” eave ae” oe Wanis Freedom {with honour and joy” if his 16-|'The corpses will be buried in the H
nee !Force from eseaping with their! “the most faithful friend and ( A Swiss gentleman = tad le atimnietby. thai 7 |year-old daughter married King] cemetery of Luebeck—Reuter, 4
BELIZE Jan. 23 | planes to the West, according to) collaborator” of the late Bulgarian crossed the border to pur- eee Hy ite W hs ih ‘ hh ior t P “0 Farouk. 4
, mn anti-devaliarian | reports here from the Soviet Zone.| Premier and Reichtag fire. triat chase a new outfit of clothes injured. Horace alton £0 ign ress Reliable sources outside Egypt's
ollowing an i-devaluation | ane with an entirely Ger-| hero Georg ses ieee ; ~ |] was not exactly the height on Patrick who was th . E lett MERE wot wr § im
t
ling and demonstration, people | No plane with an entirely G j hero Georgi Dimitrov. | f fashion when he returned vith him were taken to the PARIS, Jan. 23. | trict censorship have reported urder Charge ang |
; See a see y 5 |man crew is allowed to take of M. Kolarov, the communique|| © 4@Shlo en he es ak: (ag Albert Bouzanaguet. Secre- | that Narriman’s engage’ t H
heal h & cednien ten |unless accompanied by at least! continued, was one of ioe olde | ernor of their decision no inte Sidaelt anes. Flight con-| leaders of : Minds ‘,.|| underpants and socks. e righ nde Cl nak Mies cae ak a en Lone en ist dis
vote in future for any member | three Russian planes. Plight oe ‘eaders of. the Bulgarian Com-| The visitor successfully *bus was damaged and t General Confederation of La- | tons economist, had been broken 5
the Legislative Council unless | "0! | 1s exclusively in Rusean | munists, and an “illustrious activist | | ade his purchases, and screen and head lamps o! bour), today asked his union | @t the order of King Farouk who NEW YORK, Jan. 23.
Governor re / $s the 10 ver [ BARA Ene aorcminosdation at KA) of the. International. Worltere’ | pg ¢ nechitt them ‘in ‘the were smashed ecutives for “vemporary release | 48 seeking the beauty as his own A murder charge — against
p serves > wer * " a « ie 4 te | he *hecke 2 v . as ‘ 7 ane =e “eid > veoY rar
sae ‘ahle ussian personnel are sté oreign Minister Vladimir}] ; im , of eedom of action” to defend him-}_, Sadek, Secretary - General o: arrows, of Granc 2 5
ihn Canis) lis separate but relations peawaiy | LoPtomov will head a twelve man pol te BF wiesie eae | Afghanistan f against Communist newspa-|£8yptian Communications Minis-} gan, for the killing of a Montreal q
the zirmen are close and friendly.| Government Commission to om wey howmad. k baton ‘ee So r campaigns | try, told reporters that he was] Textile Executive, Colin ee
ae —Reuter. . ; anise a state funeral for the laie Swi ; . ‘ a nae aka? One. new a ce attack- | making his comment only vo cor-|} Mackeller, in a New Yor oO
mf g L aie Switzerland. so ~ hh % 1 he newspaper recently attack . |
K. Buy 5 50,000 | Se ae ee | Prime Minister. Morning meet- He immediately entered i Seeks f rie ndshi P i Bouzanquet because he is a | rect errors in press reports abroad.] was today reduced to one of man-
" i " a . |ings were being held to-day in 2/1 a * att } : ° d me sn ev san cae , | He declined further comment on]} slaughter,
" 4 ame > ; the men’s room, disrobed, || * Vee ird member of an expor’-import : : .
Tons Sugar | KCONOMY Demands Sofia enterprises and institutions.|| threw his old suit down the || W ith Russia firm to which Roger Peyre also | the affair except to say he had| The judge ruled that the state
| ~ Sofia radio today breadcast | rain. ¢ ane : | nged j ‘| heard rumours of a match be-j had failed to prove a “felony mur-
; S re Ex ort : adcast | drain, and then unwrapped | . 2 nged. | ) ; ee ill, He instruct
From Formosa oure Xp funeral marches and other mar-|] the package ... it contained AFGHANISTAN, Jan. * Roger Peyre, who is now in| tween Marriman and the King “if| der” or intent to kill. He sity fired
GEORGETOWN, Jan. 23. | tial music interrupted at hourly a‘playsuit for a six-year- Afghanistan, once considered! Aygentine, was described by Pre- | fate so ruled He added vhat his} ed the jury to Se cuatt xP
FORMOSA, Jan, 23. British | Guiana’s ; economy | tervals with repetitions of the old! jas safely anti-Communist as any mijer Georges Bidault during a family would be aie Seen: hie ot Dean ee ae boue.
Bhe British Ministry of Food l Garande gua anteed export of! Official announcement of M.|} One consolation the }eountry in the world, is eee recent parliamentary debate on] 0Ur and joy.—Can, Press, ey :
contracted to buy 50,00. tons ! more tisin. 2d done. oF sugar. Kolaroy eath. A broadcast would-be model dresser | {ning to look northward to Russia | the “affain of the two generals = a
sugar from Formosa during| ‘pis is emphasized in a press| Obituary talk recalled the Prime|| passed customs inspectors || for friendship. Rising tension and | as «a double or even triple agent”
%. A British frm here has | joint statement issued by President) Minister's close association with with little trouble, before |jwar fever in the quarrel With | Reuter.
potiated the 7eal on behalf of | ve Britis} Guiana, Sugar Producers| his predecessor, the late Georg dashing pell-mell into a Pakistan, it appears. ire Man
B Ministry with the Taiwan | 0) @TLUSh ey ts sdvers | Dimitrov. passing taxi. | | the country to lose its. traditiona ‘ a hl °
r Corporation run by the! 48sociation, me wanannng! It described M. Kolaroy as “an| | fear of its great northern neigh- set Train Loose
. : ny - : | Enolle . ‘ Managing ‘ od M. arov as “al : . | Giese’ oP th attitude 1 , F
Mese Nationalist Government. Beales ., aod ae cot implacable enemy of capitalism oer | Renee greene Er. Brstude to
he Corporat he len ar. | Director of S. Davson and Cc I ward the Soviets are the Afga: d D h
corporation ae _ ra | pany Limited, Guy Maurice] and Western imperilism” and a P d ill B nee a a oy ok i a Cause 6 eaths
adirect sale o HO | Pars a om) “i See ae Jonas? tetend. of » Soviet Tnion | 7 arnments recent emplioyme
§ of sugar to the Allied High} Eccles, now back from Trinidad eet pad of os So det Talon rasa \ 1 e | ofieeasten: thobniclans, and.a visit TOKYO, Jan. 28
Mmand in Japan. Sugar ex-! whither they flew to get first hand} and a true Socialist.” —Reute “ie ty eaitel ito Kabul of. an official’ Russian Takechu, sole non-Communis |
pa, Stan es: whl ond siete | First President ayy | AINTS
from Formosa this year are| information on recent London ee irs resiaden Trade Mission, first in Afgan hi mong 12 who were involved in P IN I Ss BY
mated at about 600,000 tons. Sugar Talks from British West rd : 96 | vory.—Can. Press. i disaster ‘ast July when a light
ies delegati P NEW DELHI, Jan, 23. i disaster tast July when a li .
—Reuter. Indies delegation ——Can, Press. B li B d | Doctor Rajendra Prasad, 65 electric train killed six people in
| 7 ) . re eye a Tokyo s rb, sai ~de he
erim-boun | year old President of the Indian » Rae see ~ a ve . 1760
: : | ; Sone prion pg Melly = Train Arrives After : cl ra 1 “matic 1 ' hide Pall tray
. s T e - . — , ac i ys oucn é 1on-W . & é
elected unopposed tomorrow as l 1 S a ;
adian Urges Nationalisation) Traffic Cut js's.ss2s. cos ee se |
i | Republic to be proclaimed o1 1 | asast as an} |
- { age ‘idents after me lis- |
' > K l d stries | U.S.SR. SEARCHES | Thursday 6 Hour Hold U p abotage incidents after mass « ;
nau , Stee er gaggle ae ‘hiriol nissals of -raidlway staff —Reuter
f Sian ey | : | Prime Minister Jawarharle!} aS ' :
: | a Jehru ¢ > >rime Minis-| RUT 3 | |
\ BERLIN. January 23. Nehru and Deputy Prime | FRANKFRUT. Jan. 23, | ,
4 NUWARA ELIYA, Ceylon, Jan, 23. | Traffic difficulties on the Aut‘o- ter goed —_ — a ae The Ber!in-Frankfurt-Ame, ican Good Wheat After | LONDON
Harnath Shastri. General Secretary of the Indian Trade] pahn cut Berlin-bound _ lorry Fv aoe — aabetnad tonal military train which was held ur} |
Uni ceteat id ; ference of the} traffic to one third of its normal] | Dominath oF re ‘wn ,}| L0r six hours by the Russians at | Sf r i |
a Congress, told the Asian Reminee) Contenenge. of, wore oo | was a close amadate, of Mohetmns he hea Bev anaes ataetion 2,500 Years ]
mternational Labour Organisation here today that'no SUC-| Wn) out thr ries per| Gandhi and spent long periods ; nis ashe tee tly
- { , th shlo nly about three lorries per | ‘ ; nee | today, arrived in Frank(urt shortly 14 oY
fessful long term economic planning for Asia was possible hour instead of the usual ven| in gaol Sune India’s struggle hate pin TA See for Galvanised, Asbestos, or
. ‘ : nneiial li . . y freedom. Re K, +e
der private enterprise. were reaching Berlin every hour, | for De tie —Reuter. |

He said “the time has come) West Berlin police reported.





Shingle Roofs

LASTIKON

has for many years proved the most economical

. .. — ; divion after 2,500 years, was dis-
Kye when every Asian country should British Officials said that a raat oan cane ae ho tees
/ vore lo take conerete steps to aarpalise queue of about 120 lorries had . . | Sao aeneaied, ‘oum tenets titage
nO icy nat ee unin | ae ok econ enter ont, | Heavenly Host Withdraw: jiti: cir ier." Sambtes: ot the

| development 0! 5 15! siae 2 Zi ; DC ; ge : me
“¢ point at Helmstedt, waiting for | grain are to be sent to an expert

y e . . at
. largely dependent—transport, coa!, f - : oe ;
Expens we tok Jad electricity. the Soviet Controlled East Police Fro m Ba nd un Z in Denmark for clagsifcation,

“In the rest of the industrial) to let them through. — (Reuter,







LONDON, Jan. 23. | field, the state should effect con- A British spokesman said that

+ Walter Pearson (62), a e-| trol ‘over production, distribution! the bottleneck appeared to have After 30 Minute Battle No Bomb Under

f estate agent who has four| and management”. been created by the arrival of a

i new Soviet Commandant at the
Married ; ; el i i : an r : a aT me
ered, thinks = Ryan A ed A Menace Cilanc es deltas ocean a 4 ge = doyndan 2. a Mffeck:,| ripiied wrotah the | Ar t Gallery and durable paint ever introduced into Barbados
eee ree money to his} Mr. Shastri said that the time the searching of lorries ahd the year-old former Duvch commando, | flimsy Indonesian army Sones | LONDON, Jan. 23.
© Court of Appeal today| h&d come when the International) checking of documents be carried/and his private “army of the| Within 30 aaa tootme from| ,“* bomb disposal squad decided It never fades or cracks or peels off
méreed. | Pea nocay | Labour Organisation should con-| out to the letter heavenly host” early today seized| driven out the regular troops from | toqay that there is no unexploded

te appeal mics him permis-| sider setting up a tripartite Re-| American military trains were| Bandung, chief city of West Java,|the post’ office, police headquar-| W/o ime bomb outside the National
: one : from a Birming-| gional Commission for entire Asia.| held up for several hours this |#rom the Indonesians—then made|ters and the Military Governor's! 4+ Gallery, which houses Brit-
DS oat €cision on the sums Saying that the task of recon-| morning after the Soviet frontie: war for the Dutch. headquarters. | Sin's S10-0R6000 atthe oct collec:
Bhe Birmingham sical cee aoe struction of rural eee ee gael had queried ne, ager Before the attack, Westerling| | Dutch embulenom,. ore tion. The idea that. there might
ped the weekly ali a@ re-| had just begun, Mr. Shastri a | Once passengers OO hoe wane {told me of his plans to wipe out| snipers, etc. raced throug be, arose from .a subsidence ir

© weekly alimony from a| fragmentation of land is a seci-| ]in-Frankfurt train, They were the Republican army in West|streets picking up dead and! the jawn outside the Gallery

Stocked in Bright Red Oxide, Guaranteed Perma-

nent Green, and various other colours.



















Of over £10 f e “e . . » improvement Of} Jater allowed to proceed. Goods h sides. tat “ : . oo
men to £) 5s, — =an oe coitus Bre practical] ron traffic in ae out of the Java, _atrest the oe a vee en eae | ceony, tee eae es
All at the same price,” one of| way to tackle the problem is the| capital was running normally. allow “just forces to form a n ithe city b : F ga site| 534 - ra = wi ook aeute Ask your Dealer for colour. card, or apply to:
Ppeal Court judges remark-| introduction of cooperative farm-! Major General G. K. Bourne Government. blican| ti Bye! yg ogee populs nial ,
uter, ing under which peasants can] British Commandant of Berlin, He alleged that the Repu on 1c| "Whe: a We IE aa " :
retain their rights in the soil andj stated today that he did not think |@™™My Was preparing to, invade en ester ings apear n1€ac Chief Justice
—.. oe ee tee the benefits| ¢hat the latest road and rail] | Dutch New Guinea. ; entered the suburbs, Col. Sadikin, ‘
ia Ri IDO SAR ne Eee init due-| tito ‘Gihentiion were part of A few hours after Westerling’s| local Republican Commander, was a « ‘ ;
$44m AGRE ee eee ee a ‘ith ¢o belnpaee = Hidckars men had occupied the city, local! inspecting troops about 39 miles Dies; Age 87
' EMENT Om, <9 collective a ‘ sed . We haw hedt ts ain such traff Dutch troops took over, apparent-! away. His Chief of Staff was at
; . oa Soe Se ‘ ince’ the lifting of” the ly by informal agreement with; the Dutch headquarver: i th HALIFAX, Jan, 23. \ BRIDGETOWN
ook anh ae * Maes ae ere aid wkade last May, and | am con- | Westerling. Dutch aircraft buzzed| city barrack were manne 5 Sir Joseph Chisholm, Chief Jus-
a Nave : = a&- Shomer e ry | ON erhead trainee ce of Nova Sc otia’s Supreme Z |
cas eee . a ee as we tA e to Russian in iency Westerling carried out his coup By 4.30 p.m. local time 4 Court, died here on Sunday He Sole Agents
$44,700,000 The | ti at reason : € ie wal ¢ Y iderstanding between | with fewer than 800 men, a.m, GMT) the Dutch arr was 87. He was active on the
1 Sat sgned in Buenos| Ww eleomed the ™ fe aaa for % the ind West German] Machineguns stammered andj taken over, Republican forces had! bench until a year ago. — Can. |{ |
pember 1, 1950.—Reuter. | class of worker.—Reuter. Authorities —Reuter. ‘snipers’ rifles cracked as the @ On Page 3 Press. SSS




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PAGE TWO



“HE Chief Justice, His Honour
2 Sir Allan Collymore, will pre-
side at the first University College
Extra-Mural Lecture by Mr. J.
W. B. Chenery at the British
Council rooms at Wakefield on
Tuesday, January 24th. Mr
Chenery is commencing a series
of lectures on the Constitutions of
the British Commonwealth and
the United States of America. His
first lecture will be on the English
Constitution. This course should
be of great value to all those in-
terested in the development, and
the future, of responsible govern-
ment in the British Colonies.

«> «>

Lord Baldwin Was There
VERYONE in Antigua is
astonished at the remarkable
progress which the Police Band
has madeeainder the leadership of
Capt. Rai§@h, and Antiguans con-

sider hi wizard. The display
of beatingethe Retreat which was
demonstr at the Antigua

Recreation Ground on Monday
delighted the large crowd which
attended.

Lord Baldwin accompanied by
his A.D.C., Major Denis Vaughn,
the Colonial Secretary P. D
McDonald ,and the Administrator
R. St. J. Wamne, were present ai
the display.

Mr. Richard Greenough, Daily
Mail Correspondent,-who arrived

in Antigua on Monday from
Jamaica was also present, and
when seen on the Recreation

Ground, hé’was asked the follow-
ing questions:—What is the hot
news this time? Are you sounding
out Federation feeling in the W.1.?
Do you think that Baldwin is
going?
«> <>

Was Last Here in 1946
Ms Clem Mosher, formerly

Clem St. Hill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of
Ist Ave Belleville arrived yester-
day by the ‘Lady Nelson’ to spend
approximately 5 months’ holiday
with her parents. This is her first
vasit home in four years He
father, mother and brother Louis
and Mr. Colin Lobo were on board
to meet her.

«> <>

Loves Horses
H® E to spend six weeks
sunny Barbad h

Mrs. Gerald Griffin



are



their








hter Gail Mr. Gri is a
Broker in Winnipeg, Can-
and they have been looking

forward to their visit. Gail is a
great horse lover and hopes to do
quite a bit of riding

Fraser

After 31 Years
ROFESSOR NORRIS F
ROACH, F« and Princi
pal of the Combination Busine
School, New York, was intransit

ar

ander

on the “Lady Nelson” yesterday
from the U.S.A. to Trinidad

A Grenada-born magician, Pro-
fessor Roach practises his art
under the ni: of Professor




Norice de la Roche is W
returnir the West Indies for
three m after an absence of
31 years, and is carrying a magi-
cal show to Trinidad and Grenada
in which he will be assisted by










Miss Velma Leigh Fraser, a stu-
dent of the C nation School
who is accompanying him on the
trip

A magician from his boyhood

days, the Frofessor is a member
of the International Brotherhood
of Magicians Ring No. 26, New
York and is wlso the first and only
coloured member of the organisa-
tion He possesses the greatest
illusion in the
tion—the
into a

world-reincarna-
turning of a_ skeleton
human

ence. This, he said, is the illus-

ion which cracked the ice and

‘ membership
in the International Brotherhood

opened the gate for

of Magicians.

\
1
hs

tam



85

FOR THIS WEEK ONLY



3 ROACH

being and vice
versa, in the presence of the audi-



EVANS
ELITE SHIRTS

WHITE, TAN,

KHAKI

COOL LIGHTWEIGH'TS



1

4

Cadet JOHN PARKER
Been Around The World

ki’ Cadet John Parker /in

Bridgetown yesterday after-
noon shortly before he left Bar-
bados bound for Venezuela and
South America. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Parker, John spent
most of his boyhood days here
when his father used to be attach-
ed to the Barbados Branch of
Barclays Bank. He left Barbados
in 1946 and joined a School of
Navigation in Southampton,
where he remained one year, serv-
ing as a Cadet. Since then he has
been with the Blue Star Line and
been around the world travelling
on four different ships. He says

brather Robin, also in the
Merchant Marines will soon be
paying Barbados a visit,



«an «a»

Back to School
L T’S back to school for Miss
Lilian Howes, of Montserrat,

who has been spending her Christ-

mas holidays with her mother,
Mrs. Monica Howes. She arrived
yesterday by the ‘Lady Nelson’

» Codrington High



il returning to school

Mr. David Croney, son of

Mr. P. W. Croney, Manager of
the Cable and Wireless Branch in
lontse t and Mr Croney



Lodge School

From St. Lucia “Holiday

David attends the

Mé®s Ercil Howell of “Martin-
lale Hasting returned
fror St. Lucia on Sunday by
B.W.1.A. after spending a holi-
day : the guest of her husband

Dr. Timothy Howell

magician and his

ination Busine

_ Medico on Visit

DEA ‘'B. HAMIL-

Doak Town, New





( who had
eer pending a week's holiday
irrivals yester-
y B.W.LA., for a
milar period From Barbados
he ‘ c t vis t Nassau and
before returning

an «an

On Business

M* NIRMAL KIRPALANI,
, Virector of the Kirpalani
United Co. of Trinidad, was an



arri fast week by B.W.I.A. on
eek business visit and is
i guest f fhani Bros. at

of
Athlone”, Fontabelle

«> «

Acting Manager C. and W
R. and Mrs Stanley <
were in Barbados for a few

esterday. They
transit passengers for

Mr. F. §. Potter
leave in England, Mr.
due back shortly.

AND
OFFER YOU

TRUBENISED COLLAR

DRILL

90 =—:1.04

JUST OPENED

CLOSING 12.30 P.M. THURSDAY

Lord

were in-
Trinidad,
from where they will be proceed-
ing to England on leave, Mr. Lord
has been Acting Manager of Cable
and Wireless in St Lucia, while
has been on
Potter is

WHITFIELDS
4.45
and BLUE

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To Spend Two Weeks
R. I. N. SHILLINGFORD,
Chairmam of the Banana

Association Board of Dominica,
was an arrival yesterday after-
noon by the “Lady Nelson” for |
about two weeks’ holiday and is



staying at “Abbeville” Guest
House.
an a»
To Cover Cricket
Tournament

M* Oo. S. COPPIN, Sports
Editor of the Advocate Co.,
Ltd. left yesterday evening by
B.W.1A. for Trinidad. He has
gone to cover the Trinidad-
Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket
Tournament for his paper.

The Best Of Friends
yIWO very good friends had to

part company yesterday
when the Lady Nelson called at
Barbad«s. They were young
Matthew Dingman and little
Connie Piers. Connie, whose
father is a Government Engineer
in B.G. is on her way home.
Matthew however, _ with his
mother Mrs. Robert E, Dingman
got off at Barbados and will be
here until the end of March stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel. Mrs.
Dingman says here husband, who
is President of King Leathers
Inc., in Indiana, Pennsylvania,
will be joining them shortly.
They are Canadians, living in the
U.S.; all of her husband’s family
have been regular visitors to the
island, and he has been coming
here since he was a boy.

«> «<>

Sailed Down For Lunch
HORTLY after 10 a.m. on Sun-
day, the yacht ‘Princess
Pearl’ with Col. and Mrs. Richard
Vidmer, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey
Manning, Mr. and Mrs. N. G.
Daysh on board left the Aquatic
Club for the Colony Club, where
the party lunched. They returned
to Bridgetown the same evening.

<> «<>

Been Here Before

R. C. L. TOREY, who is with

the Brookfield Construction

Co., in Halifax, has been to Bar-

bados before and liked it so much |

that he has persuaded his wife |

to make the trip. They arrived

yesterday by the Lady Nelson |

and are staying at the Hotel |
Royal.

¢n «py

Until ‘‘Nelson’’ Returns

? E are here until the Nelson

returns,” Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Fenton, told Carib yesterday
accompanied with Mrs. S. C. Fen-
ton they live in New York, where
Mr. Fenton is a Civil Engineer.
He was in Barbados before some
fifteen years ago, when the ship
he was on called here for a short
time. They are staying at the



Ocean View Hotel.

«> «>

ngrats
ONGRATULATIONS vo Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lynch, of
“Newbourne,” Roebuck Street, on
the birth of a daughter.

The babe was born at Dr. Kerrt’s
Clinic yesterday evening. Mother

and daughter are doing fine.

© «<>
Joins Barclays Bank Here
R. WELLS, an Englishman,
who has joined the Staff of
Barclays Bank, Barbados, is a
guest at Cacrabank. Before com-
ing here, he was in Jamaica for
three years.

Other recent arrivals there are
Mr. and Mrs. Brisley, who have
been living for twenty years in
Caracas, where Mr. Brisley is a
Golf Pro.

«> <>»

After The Week-end

RS. M. LAKHMICHAND,
4 wife of Mr. H. Lakhmichand,
Manager of Kirpalani United Co.,
returned ~o Trinidad yesterday
evening by B.W.1.A. She had
spent a holiday in St. Kitts and
came over here for the week-end
and was staying at “Athlone”,
Fontabelle.

«>» «>
Comings and Goings
M® and Mrs. W. S. Atkinson

from Quebec, arrived by the
“Lady Rodney” yesterday for two
months’ holiday which they wil’
spend at Cacrabank. Mrs. Atkin-
son, is a niece of Mrs. Rosamond
Hutchinson. of “Sheerbrooke”
Skeetes Hill.
It was Ursuline Convent’s day
yesterday afternoon at Seawell,

Christmas Holidays. From Trin-
idad on a special flight were:—
The Misses Joan Ferreira, Barbara Far-
fon, Sheila O'Toole, Helen Tucker, June
Guainger, Jean Lucien, Charmain Solis
Rosemary Solis, Emmeline Rovack. Caro

Decle Helen McClean, Celia McClean
Joyee Berry, Gilliam Lange, Els-
worth Lange, and from Antigua
came the Misses Angele, Agnes,

Higuette, Rosemarie and Josette Sarkis
Mrs, Elking Smith and her daughter Jen-
nifer retummed from holiday in Dominic

yesterday by the Lady Rodney after} VON STROHEIM.

Anxious to see that Miss Olson's
natural beauty is preserved, stu-
dio heads requested beauty ace

enending six weeks there Her sister
Mrs. A. Musey, who is from Domirice
will be here for one week before retuim-
ing to Dominica and the U.S.A



1.17
PLAIN TROPICALS

IN NEW SHADES
6.00 672 683 6.88 7.08

Y — OPEN SATURDAY
UNTIL 4 PM.

not a tomboy, to show off the line... . 5
fans were so expressive... .
mattered.... Droo
could wear as much
exquisite. . . «
more. ...
length. ...
‘ook over-dressed. . .











Women’s World

— Carib Calling



SAY... ‘WOMEN
LOOKED THEIR
BEST WHEN...’



EDWARDIAN *

A Mrs. EVELEIGH NASH, well-known lover of
S_7 things Edwardian, says about the fashions in
“those days : “I like them because . . . the girls
vith curves looked best... . You had to be a woman,

unshades and

The way you stood
looked such a mess.... You

e asa 5 . Materials were
Necklines revealed just enough and no
The grace of the skirts made up for the
You could wear a lot of jewellery and not
. Outdoor wear was so it.”



FIRST WORLD WAR

VIOLET LORAINE, musica! comedy top-liner
3¥ during the 1914 war—who made famous “?<
You Were The Oniy Girl . . ."—said last ~ about the dresses she wore: “I like them because ;
You didn't have to be a Venus de Milo to look elegant.
Parasols were perfect for coquetting....
Designs were made to show off beautiful materials.
You could do almost anything with your hat... .
Those collars were very becoming to the face... .
Longer skirts looked more elegant than shorter styles.
_,. . There were so many more dress shapes, ... You

could wear all your favourite trimmings.”

al

WH
Cag:

\, AQ

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4é

BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
Mr. JAMES LAVER, expert on taste and
fashion, defends the Bright-Young-Thing
styles of the mid-twenties; “I like them
because . . . slim girls looked Lest... . . Dresses
cmguasioed slender lines of tne Oigure,... Fashions
spelicd a mew frecdom and independence, ... The
unmaternal look was most attractive. . . . Silk-
stockinged legs came into view for the first time... .
The windswept bob was pretty back and front.... A
girl’s ankles mattered most.... Cloche hats had an

air of mystery.” Drawings by ROBB

London Express Service

Beauty Hints for A Star

PARAMOUNT bosses
when 20 pupils returned after the | they have one of the most attrac-

tive and talented young actresses
in NANCY OLSON.
eyed starlet with the taffy blonde ing
tresses Won star billing in her
first film, “Canadian Pacific”, and
she recently walked off with a
prize role in “Sunset Boulevard,”
the Paramount movie which co-
stars GLORIA SWANSON, WIL-
LIAM HOLDEN

believe Wally

routine at the
crowning glory.

“Pamper your hair.

“and ERICH makeup director.

hair and scalp.”

Mrs. Housewife

Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you

We can supply - - -

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Of The Year

By Joan Erskine

THE past few years have seen
a startling improvement in textiles
of every kind. During the war,
pure silk and fine linen disappear-
ed, but in their place rayon mIx-
tures appeared. Rayon has the
advantage of looking like almost
any fabric—it can be woven to
resemble corduroy, crepe, line and
so on.

But one fabric outstripped ail,

the others. Nylon, a man-made
yarn, is a_ revolution in fabric
manufacture. I unhesitatingly

choose it as the fabric of the year.

Nylon stockings are known sim-
ply as ‘nylons’. But apart from
gossamer stockings, do you know
how many kinds of nylon fabric
at present exist? There are voiles,
chiffons, marquisettes, nets, and
other lightweight materials, satins
and taffetas, piques and poults in
the slightly heavier cloths, and
nylon tricots, The latter are knit-
ted fabrics, made in open-stitch
patterns, particularly suitable for
underwear.

Sometimes nylon is combined
with silk, rayon and worsted, to
make special mixture fabrics.

The popular prejudice against
wearing nylon next to the skin—
because it felt cold—is now old-
fashioned. The new fabrics are
specially designed for lingerie.

As there are now nylon collars,
cuffs, evening shoes, umbrellas,
raincoats, hats, corsets, brass-
ieres and socks, what are we 10
expect in the next fifty years?
Shall we find ourselves encased in
heat-resisting, damp-resisting,
Wellsian rubber suits, or clad in
a filmy skirt and little else be-
sides?



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9)

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0. To become this you must be
in a position to sell. (6)

12, Age of the herald. (3)

13. Post may be used as an alter-
native. (5)

14. scones one may scatter slips.

15. Age filled with rage, (5)
16. Could make one of th
tered in 14, (4) yes
ly. Let bee become a scarab. (6)
19. The cost of a good feed ? (3)
22. Few may bid for it. (3)
24. Reason for the vote I’
ing. (6) e I'm record:
25. This man 1s often 26. (4
26 See 25 across. (4) =
27. It once changed shape. (4)
28. On asmal! hill it will pour. (4
DownDn
. Found in a cloven hoor. (4)
. Here you get to the core. (6)

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Never Land, (3) ane

3. Any gardener will tell you that
you get this from a Pyrus, (5)
Footwear. (5)

Retreat in the garden. (3)

- This ship is tied to a peer, (4)
The part of the petrol
examiner. (4)

d. On & cap it shows ability. (4)

8 Carried by someone or some-
thing. (4)

9. ane is an necessarily at a
stenographer’s finger tips. (4
20. Seventy. without ." {

piggery. (4)
21. There's @ silppery customer in
the steel works, (3)

23. Minus thirteen. (3)
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t t official found guilty

he ury charges last Sat-

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men by implication |
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he had lied under;
j eins he had handed
“government decuments to
_ Chambers, self-con-

jer for a Soviet spy

es wens or} ty Re oe cm SIC ime
hl in denying he. had » ie , Sy pie re : 3 ¥ ; va: as DT er ray
Shambers after January 1, ‘; | aig 1 SOF : Ba a ;

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would enter the appeal
Hately after Hiss is sen-,
next Wednesday. He de-
to give the basis of the

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is liable to a maximum of |
. imprisonment and aj

fine. —Reuter.

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suppose this su/den dec:sion by everybody that the international situation is responsible tor
P Control For |: complete natvous breakdown has nothing to do with school reopening this week ?”
uC. Clergy
-IN POLAND
- LONDON, Jan. 23. fi '
yernment is to 2 - wre o
Polite management for' Ut M. Aid Countries British Guiana
man Catholic §=Welfare WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. |
tion, Caritas Weieh M Mr. Paul Hoffman, Marshall |
of fraud, parrupuon: and Aid Administrator, plans to. fy
fe activity, Warsaw radic to Paris this week for important
aged % tt a pone meetings with European recov-
e Caritas branch ery officials. Yecretarv of States for the C ;
oclaw (Breslau) ter-| Marshall Plan authorities said | S¢¢retary of States for the Colony

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Hoffman For Paris| London Police | Pres. Truman |

Jamaica 11
To Speed Reforms Official To Visit | Suggests Tax | Arrive In T’dad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 23,
Changes

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail)
British Guiana Police are making
preparations for the visit next



- : ' message Congress ay calling! scheduled to meet Trinidad in tw«
C.B.E., Police Adviser to the} Message to Congress today calling! 5 ag eng inidad in ty
for closing of tax loopholes, and a| five-day Tests Tournament whic!

d of subsidising “Ter-| je would press for a speedup of

: ‘ari ins “ting “olonis j ¥ , ;
fangs”. Everyone impli-! far-reaching financial reforms in |C@ibbean inspecting Colonial} gists, noon by a special plane.

mt subsidies totalling) for European Economic Co-oper-|@ week in B.G., from February] cise Taxes, but he said cuts were} age of 27 years.
of millions of zlotys’ 1M] ation (O.E.E.C.) is due to con-!19 to 26, and Police Headquarters} most urgently needed in taxes on |}



ons for their personaly sider Mr, Hoffman’s proposals|here have prepared a tentative} freight, railway and ‘bus tickets,! old Alfred Valentine, left hand
ind for financing anti- tate| and other recovery matters. ; programme which has been for-| long distance telephone and tele-! spin bowler as one who could dc
‘ Reuter: Officials here said that while| warded to him for his approval.| graph, and the entire group of anything with a ball and who he
: —Reuter. the OREC has not completed sts| retail excises, including such items felt destined to go places,
‘ - : : eet a as toilet preparations, luggage —Can. Press.
oes agenda for the forthcoming session, | . rd Te ae, ee a ’ g an. Ss.
the complicated problem of »| Terrifie W indLashes and handbags.

" és Fly Special proposed central bank of Europe |, + aise The President said these taxe
J : “ ‘ sé se taxes é . .

T I d was ih ia abit os at ea it. } i " ‘Schnr.F rancesSmith should be cut “only to the extent Blind Society Ss

¢ ) onesia astablshment of such a clear- | that the loss evenue can be | .

' =n in’ union has been given priority GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). Heooilitedt by simineiting eo tase be ag l

DJAKARTA, Jan. 23. | by American recovery officia's.| The Schooner Frances W. , f £ Sea

M 5 ea 2 i loopholes which now permit some
Duteh army planes} They want the bank to serve as) Smith (Capt. Frank Hassell) made} sroups to escepe their fair share! (From Our London Correspondent)
w 230 Indonesian special| “n international currency ex-! Port Georgetown last Sunday, of taxation” | LONDON
om Djakarta, the indo-| cuange to handle commercial morning at 8 o’clock after leaving As to business the President The Common Seal of the re-
pital to-day, to Bancung,} dealings among all plan countries. | Carlisle Bay, Barbados, on Friday, recommended a “moderate in-|cently formed British Empire So-
Hi the airfield open Broad outlines for setting up the| morning, January 13, at 7.30 crease” in the tax rate applicable | ciety for the Blind was seen by
donesian Defence Minis-| bank have already been. drafted | o'clock, | to that part of a corporation’s in- | the Councillors of the Society at
man said that Bandung] by European financial) experts. | Capt. Hassell described the trip come which is in excess of $50,000
|

their first meeving recently.

It bears the date 1950 in Braille,
and is the first of its kind ever i
be engraved in this way.

The Society was formed earlier
vhis month to help in the training
of the blind in British Colonial
territories, “and to compaign

this afternoon accord-| Marshall Plan nations and ECA} as yery rough adding that the
Bports brought in by air-| would contribute funds to the! heayy

telephone communi-| central bank. The bank would
ith the city had been cut,| handle currency exchange among



At the same time he recommended
seas threw water on the] that the tax rate on corporate

deck for the greater part of the} income between $25,000 and
| ae A ees ; tion. Wir | voyage. $50,000 which is at present taxed
—Reuter. | Weste rn Europe ~ es ssured| He also had very bad weather! at the maximum of 53 per cent, be
ein ne be a a ‘some | 0" the previous trip from George-| reduced at the same rate as
certain congressmen é ‘ “| town to Barbados. applies above $50,000.
form of clearing union would be| * 7 — ar ers

‘he; in operation within 90 days. But ee : ott cattik + ‘ against the unhygienic conditions
Sugar W he at he did not state whether the pro- He proposed that estate and gift whieh create blindness, The

f eres Piyy © . tax laws be revised to provide : :
. : A ‘ vould encom- o. < : eae
4 For Mexico poses af apg wr gy rae The FlyingSmuggler uniform treatment and reduce Reaeen ae Saeioty, easone
: pass a te | SAAT Ms ar - present exemptions so as to “not ; oa
EXICO CITY, Jan. 23. tries or merely a small group of LONDON, Jan. 23, oe bring in more tevenue” Gas leading newspapers, who were

; inary them. }’ Brian Donald Hume, 29-year “improve the fairness of the|Titical of the progress made to
ng to preliminary es- —Re | aila . ' ’ to Improve ats airness ¢ e . i
iby the Agriculture and Reuter. «14 defendant in the London | estate and gift laws”. ape. and approved of the new
Ministry, Mexico is | murder trial, today told the jury step .
| i ear ti “oduce ° et that he was known as “the flying Cuts Must Be Balanced joo ieee
) ited ae ak B.G. Interior Commissioner | .:gcier.” ;
, sugar, |

{ ° °
basic commodities. In-| Transferred To Solomons . + ge giving se ag ue The President made it plain that Advertise are the
ton area indicates the| ; iE y Mail). ourth day Of Mis tial’ i ne would veto any tax cut that did | nl
. considerably above | ink Gh Geran Sealine Cone murder of car dealer Stanley not at the same time bring in new | “Advoeate
es. missioner of the Interior, British] Setty, whose dismembered body, | revenue to make up the. loss.
eat crop is estimated] Guiana, since 1946, has resigned! dropped in parcels trom “we On In his message, the President
V tons or about 200,000! and has accepted the appointment| craft, was found last October or discussed at conaitierable length
Virtuably to eliminate of Resident Commissioner of the| the river Thames ge | “shocking” loopholes which he
# Mexico is still im-| British Solomon Islands Protec-! Hume went into the witness oon said allowed some pean. aa in-
about 250,000 tons of} torate, Western Pacific. | as the first defence witness after terests to escape an iene in ee
tly. Increase in pro-| Educated at Rugby and Sand-| his counsel BF. Levy had finished 4 a OR One, he ee
this year however is| hurst, he saw active service in|a 100 minutes opening address aeons —— orn paneer. S
imports and by 1952! World War 1 and 11, When the advancing reasons why he rel eo eae ee ane
latest, imports may be} Evans Commission came to British | sidered the prosecutions account ha i. ertetine Taga eee
completely. | Guiana he was elected to serve as \ of the murder wrong —Reuter porations which are dissolved
—Reater,| a, member. : ; after making one film”.










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| He said one oil operator, because
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{ ing $5,000,000 a year but paid only prices” —begun to wear on your
| $100,000 taxes over a 5-year nerves? Do you feel you're not
| period, although his income from getting enough rest—and feel so
| non-oil sources alone was almost | edgy half the time, you can’t
|a million dollars a year. | enjoy life any more?

Truman did not identify the} Well, you can’t help the

|
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of the tax exemption recorded by | Because thousands of Cana-
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Led by Johnny Groves, veteran,
and accompanied by N, N. Neth-
ersole, Jamaica's cricketer mana-
WASHINGTON, Jan, 23. ger, and West Indies selector, 18
month of Mr. W. C. Johnson,| President Truman sent an official} Members of the Jamaican team,



k ; resently tour the| 5/,000,000,000 increase in taxes] ovens on Wednesday arrived ai
wno is presently touring the} ;, corporations, estates and bis} Piarco Airport on Sunday after-

yill be prosecuted, they countries receiving American | Forces. : Nethersole discussed the
t said. One charge was'| Foreign Aid |. Mr, Johnson who is at present He did not say how much re-| strength of the team and felt it
ritas officials had used A meeting of the organisation |!" Jamaica is expected to spend] duction should be made on Ex-} particularly strong with an aver-

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| Withdrawn, and the “heavenly
host” were beginning to wivhdraw.

Westerling’s forces were later |

| *@porvea to be concentrating round
| the airfield, and Republican troops
to be gathering ay Lambang, about
10 miles from Bandu (The air-
field itself was understood to be
in Dutch hands.)

The insurgents were believed
to have made simultaneous
jtacks un Indonesian army I
rough West Java, ‘helped i
some cases by Moslem bands.
Communications with Djakarta,
the Indonésian capital, were bad,
but Westerling was believed to
have infiltrated commando groups
into Djakarta and vw have with-
drawn them last night. Observers
thought he might be waiting for
a suitable moment to svrike at the
capital.

Cabinet In Session
The Indonesian Cabinet was in







| session here when news of Capt.

Westerling’s revolt came through
from Bandung.
“We shall ruthlessly suppress

| an disorderly elements in Ban-

dung,” a spokesman said after
the meeting

“The forces at our command are
sufficieny to cope with the situa-
tion.”

— (Reuter.)

| Chinese. Russians

To Make Treaty

MOSCOW, Jan, 23
A new treaty between Russi:
and Chinese Communists appeared
to be near completion on Men

" |
Observirs here believed nego-~ |
tiations required before signing of |
the pact and its announcement}

were drawing rapidly to a «

The latest development

visit?on Sunday night of Chine
Premier and Foreign Minist
Chou En Lai to Genera
Stalin in Kremlin. It u’s}
formal visit to the head of So i

State after his arrival here Frida



Soviet Foreign Minister Andi
Vyshinsky and Commu Amba
sador to Moscow Wang Shiar

accompanied him.—Can. Press




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rd aalict he House of L d Mir. rage investments abroad in! ,
P right: Lord Salisbury, opposition leader in the House of soe or i = rah, ar. | encourage . iy st coe coer ig
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Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St, Bridgetows
Or

Tuesday, January 24, 1950

Publie Service

THE necessity for Public Utility Boards
in this island must have been appreciated
by everyone since the great public incon-
venience caused by two of the main ser-
vices within recent months. The Govern-
ment is still in the process of modernising
the waterworks system which it took over
from the Bridgetown Water Company at
the beginning of the century and the Bar-
bados Electric Corporation founded in 1914
as a private concern is still apologising to
the consumers for its inability to generate
enough power.

Tt is not now necessary to describe in
any detail the difficulties which the Elec-
tric Company has endured owing to war
conditions and the inability of English
yesh at manufacturing firms to supply the much
oie needed equipment, neither is it necessary
; to repeat the disadvantages under which
ree people lived who had gone to new resi-
dential areas. The continuance of these
sources of annoyance serves to emphasise
the point.



Two years ago it was suggested that
there should be Public Utility Boards in
Hie this island appointed by the Government.

1" In setting out the details of the suggestion

it was pointed out that the Boards need
1 not be constituted of personnel from the
Legislature alone. People with the requi-
site knowledge should be invited by the
Government to become members of these
Boards and in this way the community
would benefit from their specialised know-
ledge.

It may be that this suggestion was turned
down because at the time the British La-
bour Government had embarked on its
nationalisation programme and the Bar-
bados Labour Party who had then come
into power and was responsible for the
conduct of Government business, hoped
and threatened to carry out a similar pro-
gramme in this island.



The creation of Public Utility Boards is
eat not intended to be a forerunner to nation-
4 alisation. It is intended to ensure that the
best-service should be given to consumers
who pay for the commodity and to guard
against inefficiency of those, services.

The present condition of the waterworks

aie ; and the electric services are hampering
other forms of business which are of great

advantage to this island. The lack of an

adequate supply of water has to a great

sj extent limited irrigation of crops and Bar-
aig bados being an agricultural community, it
e can well be imagined the potential loss
ih from this source. The lack of electric

At ; power affects the many small businesses
“ on which thousands of individuals depend
for support for their families; but in addi-
tion, it must disrupt the services of the ice
companies and the hotels and guest houses.
This is a poor advertisement for an island
which is attempting to encourage tourists
and where huge expenditure has been un-
dertaken in an effort to accommodate
a which will line Barbados with the
igger cities of the world.

Bridgetown aims at being a modern city;
but the present state of public services can
hardly expected to give the city the
right to be included in such a category.
In the past there should have been greater
supervision of Government-owned services
before any attempt was made to censure
other undertakings.

It also seems obvious that a Corporation
entrusted with supplying the community
with electricity, needs adequate capital in
order to extend its network over the whole
island; for it is only by expansion that the
ridiculously high rates charged for electri-
city is likely to be reduced. These condi-
tions should no longer be allowed to exist.
And one method of effecting desirable

es is for the Government to enact
legislation creating Public Utility Boards.

would be but the beginning of a long
list of necessary reforms which could not
be but beneficial.

@UR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—The Council's amend-
ments to the Oil Bill were
accepted by the House on the
Sth inst and I have been told
that the Bill received His Excel-
lency’s Assent next day. The
Act, however, remains inoperative
until it has been proclaimed and
this has not yet been done. In
view of the extreme urgency of

to drill? The

The one great
dum issued by

Government to get the Bill
through the Legislature, the secure
uninformed may well ask: Why Lepper has

the present hesitation to proclaim,
and how long will be the delay?
Presumably, there are one, or
perhaps two, reasons for that
delay. First, because Government
has no copy of the Code of Model



Regulations — a very obvious ind i j
s ependent interests, especially ¢ : j i
, h , rests, 25 y could be of enormous value in from the Colonial Offic , ; :
n a ae . r ame : ’ ; > , lee, no time need realise that its benefits have bee: firm i i
oa 3 perenes oy — in the initial stages. Can anyone subsequent drilling. Next, the ae re fa setting the Question as to. from them and per hes. ec ggg se publish question been asked to
, a 9). —- and geeeney pears the injuries which will scramble to get whatever oil you bados at i a eee on eae. ene CRANE, Ore SeRDTeS ana gn unqualified apology
because there are forces at work follow if licenses are issued to can : s fast as ‘ ; rd have ‘ oo hon SeRnenens .s : or their negligence and for ar
which will wreck the whole mi ses are issued to can and as fast as you can before and huve never been the legal adviser H. C. SEALY assurance tha : ae
=, i wrec ne whole mis- two, three, or more concerns the other fellow gets it; @wo 4 the - BX 2 Co., but I know a good be. forth oz 1at_ spare parts will
pb € jeans _ and it will only which entitle each to go into its wells withdrawing and continuing Wine't - i, oe ; No Legal Redress ? “faulty cent whenever their |
: rve Government right if those allotted section of the island and to withdraw the oil at rates which 4 : a of metal” ere re-
lorces prevailed — forces to get what oil it can? In the first will cause an inrust p To The Editor, The Advocate r a nightly blackouts |
coerce and finally compel place any dividing lines drawn and tha leet: warts of | water SIR a a iis and daily loss of power?
: Government to grant licenses to now by Government a the nen ial = of — wells and a t, Mr a $ explanation
, age ta ; , ‘ ap consequently the shutting off of Of the causes of renewed failure : ru
more than one ‘independent of Barbados must be arbitrary and much haniie, ail Re OS ups hack ” th . renewed failures EDWARD CUNARD.
operator based on no geological on oe ; — iuable oll which is for- € ntain the electric current
0 Evo é r geo- ever abandoned and wasted ee... ste and I} : ine ar Is rumor rlitter
The question has been | to physical considerations whatever this W i oan } a An ‘ cia now being ae on umours “i



Is There No Longer Any C

found most clearly expressed in
his copy of Mr. Lepper’s Report.

excuse for the Policy Memoran-

and for vesting oil rights
Government is,
absolute necessity for control to
orderly drilling.

scrambling and the waste of
money and oil resources which
would inevitably ensue, and con-
tinue, if a small territory like
Barbados were divided into sec-
tions and drilled in separate arid



The Stately Homes

Are

By FRED DOERFLINGER LN-S. Staff Correspondent

LONDON, (By Mail)

Ever-increasing numbers 0
Britain’s nobility are being forced
by high taxation, crippling deatn
duties, the new Town and Coun-
try Planning Act, high mainten-
ance costs and staffing problems
to either throw open their stately
homes to the tourist trade, sell
part of their estates to keep their
mansions going or even put their
“castles” on the market.

Other aristocrats are giving
their estates to the nation be-
cause they can no longer keep
them up and do not wish to see
them broken up.

The peers of to-day are threat-
ened with becoming the paupers
of tomorrow.

The announcement by the
King’s wealthy nephew, the Earl
of Harewood, that heavy death
duties will force him to sell a con-
siderable portion of his 24,000
acre estate in Yorkshire at public
auction this summer, marks the
virtual end of the hey-day of the
landed aristocracy in Britain.

Just as the monarchy and the
pageantry of the Court has en-
riched the life of the nation, on a
lesser scale rural life has been
rendered colorful by the hundred
and one activities which centered
round the manor, house.

When the Earl’s father died in
May 1947, ns left an estate valued
only at $1,537,640. To meet the
death duties on this of $509,640.
40 the present Lord Harewood is
forced to sell much of his land.
Back in April 1948 four farms
on the estate had already been
sold privately.

Harewood, who married Aus-
tralian commoner Marion Stein
last autumn, has also found a job
aS music critic on a national in-
tellectual weekly magazine.

Harewood has been only one of
the many peers of the realm to
be hit by high taxation and death
duties. The men whose job is
to sel] the stately homes of Eng-
land are doing brisk business to-
day.

More and more castles, man-
sions anq large estates are leav-
ing the hands of those living on
invested incomes

The big estates have been sell-
ing up 250,000 acres annually in
the past 30 years and the sales
are increasing. Scores of castles
and manor houses have been sold
up with them.

In 1948 Rongemore Hall, Bur-
ton-on-Trent, seat of the Baroness
Burton, was s7ld. In 1949 the
|family treasures were sold up as

CASES IN COURT by Sir Patrick
Hastings K.C. (Heinemans

15/-).

“There are few things more
enthralling than a trial in the
Law Courts,” writes Sir Patrick
Hastings “However trivial or un-
important may be the issues, to
the parties immediately concerned
they are vital, and, above all the
human troubles that are brought
to light, give, perhaps if only for
posterity, a real picture of the
times at which the trials took
place. After all, the libel action
of to-day would probably have
been a duel a hundred years ago.”
To that I would add that few
places provide a better source for
a story teller than the Courts.
Sir Patrick Hastings has written
of some of the most interesting
cases that he has been connected
with in his many years at the
| Bar, and, incidentally, has pro-
duced one of the best collections
of short stories that I have read
for a very long time. You have
been and still are reading them
every Monday in the Evening
Advocate.

The story that J] enjoyed most
was called “The Stockbroker and
the Yo-Yo”, the account of a
libel action inst?tuted by Mr.
Blennerhassett, a prosperous and
highly respected member of the
London Stock Exchange. An
advertisement for Yo-Yos which
appeared in the “Bvening Stand-
ard” in 1932 was the cause of all
the trouble.

lesson on how to manipulate it

But it would not work, and “come
the dawn and he was still there
dishevelled and wild-eyed with
the Yo-Yo string still dangling
They tried to
part him from it, but it was no

from his fingers.

me by one of the ‘high ups’: Experience has
Would there bé any harm in al-
lowing more than one company

over again that
company A no

answer is to be

and fundamental
first rig as it
the Colonial Office
in
we were told, the

oil first. And
one which firs’

Mr.
emphasised the of one. Double
less squabbles

skilled labour.

will be drilled
expenses, with

well because the Baroness had no



Entitled “Beware of
the Yo-Yo” it described the fate of
a Mr. Blennerhassett who bought
a Yo-Yo for his children and
offered to give them the first

erect a rig on its side of the
dividing line than company B
runs up another rig on its side
of the line and as near to the
follows the race to get to the

gets the bulk of it, if it is there.
Result; two wells drilled instead

the beginning of the folly. Wells

gained,and none recorded, which

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Selling Fast



and taxes. First it was a village,
then < town, and then several |
thousand acres. |
They are typical of the many
aristocrats who have been hit.
The Marquess of Bath, when
his father died, had to sell
thousands of acres to pay death
duties of nearly $3,000,000.’
Because of ‘““high taxation
Viscount Tarbat of Castle Leod,
was recently forced to sell part
of his estate in and around
village of Strathpeffer, Scotland.
Lord Tarbat adequately sum-

room for them in the small house
in which she is now living.

Glenborrodale Castle, the Scot-
tish highland home of Lord Trent,
was sold recently and Hunstanton
Hall, near the King’s Norfolk
estate, which has been in the
hands of the le Strange family
for nearly 1,000 years, was parted
with because of the “impossible
burden of taxation.” Nearly
every month another stately home
is put on the market.

The Earl of Shrewsbury, premier
Earl of England, who last year
sold fruit, cabbages and game to
passers-by from @ stall outside
his mansion watched an auctioner
sell about a third of his estate
at Stafford last June.

Nearly 2,200 acres embracing 13
farms, small holdings and
cottages were sold. Some of the
land had been in possession of the
family since 1170 and the remain-
der since 1615.

Lord Shrewsbury termed present
day taxation “merciless” and said
that high taxation, the capital
levy of 1947 and the high cost
of repairs had necessitated the
sale.

Today he still lives at Ingestre
Hall, Stafford and runs a small
farm of 270 acres with a herb of
pedigree cattle. Most of his
former land is now owned by his
former tenants.

The Duke of Norfolk, premier
Duke of England, still has a 150-
room castle at Arundel situated
in a 1,250 agre park.

But for year’s he’s been selling
out steadily to pay death duties



is the laird selling.”

“I am selling beeause even a
man with title and 54,000 acres of
land must keep out

shall have to borrow money
keep going.
“Taxation

ly that the properties I inherited
are millstones round my neck.

“My grandfather employed 15
gardeners at Castle Leod and at
Tarbat House. Now we have two.
He used the whole of Castle Leod
and staffed it with a dozen
servants. I live with my wife
and small son in one five-bedroom
wing fo the castle. The other 25
bedrooms are kept locked. They
are never used.

“My grandfather entertained on
a considerable scale. Today our
greatest extravagance is an
casional dinner party.

days.”



W.H.O. Exclude Discriminating
Organisations —

GENEVA, Jan. 22.
The Executive Board of the
World Health Organisation to-day
voted against having any official
relations with non-Government-

for the exclusion of the resolu-
tion and the representatives of

key voted against it.

al organisations, which impose
restrictions based on political,
religous, racial, economic and ed they were voting as private
social beliefs on their members.

of their countries.

| Russian people are
under a Soviet system dedicated to develop-
ment of the State at the
fort and welfare of the individual.

»| is having difficulty on
by Western diplomatic observers in the re-
cent official announcement
the! tion of the death penalty for “traitors, spies

of the red; I cow

am selling becauSe if I don’t 1| bo
to| Western diplomats as



Mass Discontent
In Russia

My Kingsbury Smith

(European General Managar, International
News Service)
PARIS (By Mail)
THERE is increasing evidence that the
rumbling with discontent

nse of the com-

Striking evidence that the Soviet regime
the home-front is seen

of the re-introduc-

and saboteurs.”

These are names which have been applied

med up the feelings of many when! in the past to those Soviet citizens who
he answered the question, “WbY/}2ye been accused of almost any act con-

sidered seriously detrimental to the State.

The introduction ef the death penalty
led with administrative shake-ups on
high and low levels are considered by
confirmation of reports
which have been seeping out of Russia for

and maintenance}months concerning - growing discontent
costs have risen so astronomical-| among the people.

Diplomatic advices from Moscow discount
rumours of a serious economic crisis in
Russia.

The Western diplomats are more inclined
to think that Stalin’s home-front trouble is
due to increasing passive resistance by large
sections of the people to Government orders
and policies which keep the masses work-
ing hard on little more than a subsistence
level of living standards.

This passive resistance is not believed or-
ganized. It is considered highly improbable

oc-| that it would, in the foreseeable future, lead

to any uprising that could seriously threaten

“Tt is no fun being a laird these} the regime.

The Government is still considered to be
strong enough to crush any attempt on the
part of the people to resist with force this
Kremlin’s rule.

What is believed to be developing is an
unco-operative and go-slow spirit in respect
to the regime’s seemingly perpetual plans to
hasten rapid industrialization and strengthen

Africa, Sweden, Brazil, Yug°-| the power of th i
’ Dhillipi i e Stat
slavia, Phillipines and India voted a a tedie: tate at the sacrifice of

Strikes are forbidden in the Soviet Union,

Holland, Britain, France and Tu- and absenteeism is punished by forced la-

bour. Thus the go-slow practice and failure

The representatives emphasis-| to co-operate faithfully are the only methods

of resistance which the average Russian

individuals and nc t ames ‘ ;
individuals and not in the names} working man or woman dares risk.

s tion against initiatng ig ,

Pn oes against wy voted — The U.S. and Venezuela ab- In addition to the go-slow method in fac-

by six to four, described these tained declaring that the word tories and on the farms, the lack of co-

organisations as “non-govern= “sectional” had not been proper- operation 1s shown by falsification of official

mental sectional organisations”. ly defined. records and failure to respect Government
of South —Reuter. | decrees.

The representatives



Stories From The Courts

Sir Patrick

e 2
Hastings
was not quite clear.”

The cross-examination con-

By lan Gale

use; and eventually poor Blen-
nerhassett was taken away.”

“Now the writer of the adver-
tisement had no idea that there
was in fact a Mr. Blennerhassett,
but he happened to mention that
his Mr. Blennerhassett lunched
at a well known City restaurant
call Pimm’s. The real Mr. Blen-
nerhassett had in fact lunched at
Pimm’s several times, and he was
ragged so much by his colleagues,
who professed to see in the ad-
vertisement the unheppy life-
story df their fellow member, that
he foolishly decided to institute
an action for libel.

The ‘plaintiff's counsel was
able to point out that Mr. Blen-
nerhassett was the only stock-
broker of that name and that he
lunched at Pimm’s: there the
similarity seemed to cease. In
order to suggest some possibility
of actual damage, he argued
that, since stockbrokers are not
allowed to advertise, the publi-
cation complained of might have
been taken to imply that his cli-
ent was breaking the rules of the
House by himself inserting the
advertisement in the “Evening
Standard.” “Although” Sir
Patrick adds “precisely in what
way a stockbroker might be
thought to be advertising himself
by depicting himself in a lunatic
asylum with a straw in his hair

point out the ridiculous nature of
the whole case. One of the ques-
tions was “Is the portrait in the
advertisement in the least like
you?”” Mr. Blennerhassett could
not very well say “Yes,” having
regard to the straw in the hair;
for the purpose’ of the action he
might not like to say “No”; so he
asked if he need answer the ques-
tion. However it was soon shown
that the only way he resemblea

anyhow he had suffered no actual
damage, and so he lost the case.

Reckless driving and reckless
talking, says Sir Patrick Hastings,
are probably responsible for most
of the litigation

not to rush off to the courts
grievous wrong. In other words,
remember Mr.
and the great expense of
action for defamation.

an

words: “An English jury is the
foundation stone of English jus-
tice ....1 cannot personally
remember one single instance in
which a jury have been wrong.”
And of Barristers he says:
long as civilisation
and

admiration of the world,



reached the ,position which it
now enjoys without the inde-
pendence and above all the in-
flexible honesty of the English
Bar.”

What’s on Today

Meeting, House of Assembly

at 3.00 p.m.
Meeting, Island

Annual
Scout Council, Beckles
Road at 4.30 p.m.

suit all moods,

Mobile Cinema, Cottage
Plantation, St. George at | j, also a lively racoateur.
7.30 p.m.

every Monday.

unless they have suffered a very| p

“So| Some rose bushes.

For example, the official Communist Party
organ, “Pravda,” lashed out recently against
absenteeism at collective farm elections and

‘“administrative pressure to prevent just

criticism.”

Moscow’s mouthpiece also complained
that “nothing is being done to prevent repeti-
tion of last year’s mistakes during planning

sisted entirely -in attempting to|and election conferences on collective farms.”



Changed flis Mind

About Ghosts
RYE, ENGLAND (By Mail)

RE-APPEARANCE of a ghost at a local
monastery has caused a skeptic to change his

mind about the supernatural.

Formerly, the 14th Century abode

t as erly, of
the Blennerhassett of the adver- Augustine Friars, the vinrmebas ah Rye, Sus-
tisement was by name, and that sex County, now belongs to the local council
which uses it for meetings, dances and other

events.

When the council took over the monastery,
they also aequired, without extra charge, the
of, the. Utlenbie i. we mere ghost . a six-foot cowled monk who some-

‘ourts of Justice. His advice to] times has a f i

those who have been defamed is| him with So haaees Conny oe
Latest person to see the ghost is Fred
arris, caretaker at the monastery for 16
Blennerhassett | Years.

|

zs





|

Parris said that one night he returned to|

the monastery, put his hi i

For juries he has some kind| and his ad nea ana _ re
“I turned my head,” said Parris, “and only

a short distance away from me was a figure

cowled and dressed like a monk.

“T could see right through the apparition at

combines, (moved AWS aA As I watched, the figure
, aw an

English justice will remain the}my celean? oated through the wall of

i Ano j i ;
English justice could never have}jin the Srey ape Posie are, Seeing wood

started shivering.
“Then I felt three taps on the back of m

head, and the coldness left me,” h

Ȏ e declar
During World War II p i ,
“Cases in Court’ is the ideal! heard at the monaiinny Gecdainens’ sill

bedside book. There are stories to} One m ;
written. by one an said he saw five monks walk

who, besides being one of the
greatest lawyers of this century,
For
only 3 cents you read one of them

the lawn in the moonlight.

Fred Parris had formerly scoff
| ports of visions and other ghostly Gomaeaen
but now he says he has

at the monastery
changed his mind.



and’ down those dividing lines
until eventually one by dne the
companies pack up and each con-
cession is abandoned.

proved over and
in all such cases
sooner starts to

i can understand,
Barbados is a very tiny spot. should do.
Why waste its potential? Picture
the dislocation of labour, the un-
necessary disruption of wages
scales, the lack of trained crews
of skilled labour for that par-
ticular work until additional men
are trained, and allthis confusion
going on in a community purely
agricultural and probably in the
middle of the crop season,

can get. Then the

why? Because the
t reaches the oil

flagrant

expense and end-
to get and keep
But that is merely

what Government
ted over and

ae ee it just once more
oat Mr. “pper's Report still has bados have yet to
ny meaning at all to Government and
the Colonial Office, and if a Barbados
Government can any longer act in this

or any other matter without orders

at top speed and
no geological. data




au 1€

If however, our Oil indus-
Higa ne — industry is hence-
o run to suit the
Colonial Office, or, ae ee
worthy considerations are allowed
influence Government's decision to the
eee
cency and the interests of the e
of this island for whose welfare aT
Bill is supposed to have been passed,
then Government must be prepared to
answer to the people sooner or later for

repea
people that matter.”

this oil business, and, as it is, God only
knows what the peopie’s reactions will
be when Oil commences to flow once
more in Barbados and they come to





onfidence In Mr. Lepper’s Oil Report?

Mr. Lepper himself in hi:

Governor of Barbados. a ae > oe
unhesitatingly. and without the asking.
told the Colonial Office and the Gov-
ernment of Barbados in the very plain-
est of plain language which any infant

per has ji,

what Government SYmpathy or

if utterly un-
to

of honesty, de- the frigidaire and

dentally left on.

does. It has been .7° What firm have th
over again “It is the Clectric lighting, he d

ae t } . ating and
me, ts on + refrigerating systems of the

be reckoned with in

dress?

And has the






stery when he

across

blame attaches, So. Mr. Smith
in a position to “crave the
sympathetic understanding of the
public” and he offers no special
consideration in
return. He asks us to live largely
by lamp and candle light, to cook
by kerosene and to foo’ bills,
much as usual, for current which
will re-heat the water. re-chill
, re-kindle,
during the night, all lights acci-

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Vestry Seeks
| Help From
Adams, Smith

IN FLOOD QUESTION

The St. Jaseph Vestry yesterday

iscussed the problem of repairing
Ln whien were en
oS a e high winds of August
Ss emaber 1 and decided | to
ask Mr. Acams and Mr. Smith,
the parish’s representatives
House of Assembly, to put

in

at case to Government. It
as held that the money given
7 repairs of damaged houses

i uate.
ot ee hated December 20 was

from the Colonial Secre~-
tary's Office. It stated:

ij am directed to inform you
that the Legislature has made
available the sum of $15,000 for
the purpose of meeting the cost
of repairs to houses damaged in
the storm of the nights of August
31 and September 1. The amount
made available is not intended
to cover all claims as the Govern-
ment has not yet decided what
method should be used in regard
to the settlement of certain of the
claims received by it.

An amount of $2,965 is made
available to you under the at-
tached voucher for the purpose
of paying the claims listed in the
attached schedule. The schedule
shows the name of the claimant,
the address and the amount as-
sessed by the Colonia] Engineer’s

ment in conjunction with
the authorities of the parish. You
‘are authorised to have repairs
effected at a cost not exceeding
‘the estimate of the Colonial En-
eer or to make direct payment
to the claimants on your being
satisfied that required repairs
have been completed. There
would be no objection to your
making payments “‘on account” to
enable claimants to purchase re-
pair material.

It is not at present proposed
that claims by owners of houses
who were not occupying their
houses should be met, and if any
of the claimants listed was not
in occupation of his house you
should not meet the claim and
advise me to that effect.

Estimate For Each House

Mr, A. Carter, Churchwarden,
said that according to the letter,
the Colonial Office provided an
‘estimate for each house and in
some cases, the inspector who
had visited the parish, overesti-
mated the damage while in others
his estimates were decidedly
under-estimated.

He said that up to the present
he had repaired 30 houses at the
cost of $1,985. He pointed out
that these 30 houses were repaired
with the money estimated for each
but in his opinion some were
badly in need of further repairs.
‘He said that in one case Govern-
ment had estimated the damage
fo one Mayers’ house av $60, but
Mayers was an employee of Friz-
ers and Frizers spent over $150
to repair Mayers’ house. He said
that he would now hand over the

60 to Frizers, as part of the debt
which Mayers owed them. In
bringing up this he said that it
Bhowed quite clearly how the
Colonial Engineer’s inspector had
under estimated some of the
damage to houses.

Mr, L. R. Hutson said that in his
district he had seen Lisle Mapp’s
house which was also damaged by
the storm. He said that Mapp

as given $90 by Government but

“Hen his opinion this amount could

do nothing to Mapp’s house. He

pointed out that if he was in

pp’s position he would ask

“overnment to try repairing the

house with that amount of money.
Serious View

Mr, A, P. Cox said that he took

very serious view of the condi-
tion of these houses. He said that

different occasions he had
d Government denied that it

vas a storm on the night of Au-*

st 31 and September 1 but now
n the latter they had referred to
Beet as a storm.

He Said that, speaking under
porrection, in 1921 and again in
#38 some large sums were spent
n houses that were damaged. He
Ought that it was very bad to
ay that the other Governments in
ne past had done nothing about
amaged houses when it was the
t Government that was not

bing aS much as former Govern-

He said that he was acquainted
4 woman with many children
@ on page 7

—,

Case Struck Out

APPEAL filed by Weber
hson in a foreclosure action,
struck out with costs by His

es t the Chief Judge, Sir
wan Collymore, in the Court of
yesterday as neither the
ant nor his counsel attended



Uther parties in the action were
une Beckles ‘ (Plaintitf-
ondent) and Westerman D.

Wen (Defendant). Beckles was

sented by Mr. D. H. L. Ward,

Rate el by Messrs, Cottle
Mord & Co,



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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950

Guadeloupe





The captain and crew
yestera
Left to Right are:

Geoffrey Williams and Croydon

ay morning after their vessel was sunk by the

LOCAL NEWS

—_——

of the Schooner “Alna Leotaud”

Telemaque, the Captain.

Six Survivors Picked

Up From Sunk Schoouer

The six survivors of the sunken schooner “Alna Leotaud”

arrived here by R.M.S, “Lay Nelson”

terday.

In The House
To-day

A Bill to amend: the Customs
Tariff Act 1921, is the first item
set down on the Order Paper
for consideration in the House of
Assembly today. Mr. M. E. Cox
will move the second reading.
Other matters expected to be dealt
with under “Government Busi-
ness” are:

A Resolution to place the sum
of $2,500 at the disposal of the
Government-in-Executive Com-
mittee to supplement the Expend-
iture Estimates 1949—50, Part I.
Current Estimates, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimates
1949—50, No. 20, which form the
Schedule to this resolution.

A Resolution to place the sum
of $3,000 at the disposal of the
Governor-in-Executive Committee

to supplement the Expenditure
Estimates 1949--50, Part 1, Cur-
rent Estimates as shown in the

Supplementary Estimates 1949-50,
No. 19, which form the Schedule
to the resolution.

Dr, H. G. Cummins will take
charge of the first of these Reso-
lutions and Mr. G. H. Adams
the other.

Under “Private Members Busi-
ness” it is expected that discussion
will be resumed in the second
reading of a Bill to authorise the
Rector of the parish of St. Joseph
to. sell part of the ‘Glebe land
of the said parish to the Executive
Committee of Barbados.

Mr. E. D. Mottley may move
that the House go into Committee
on the Bill to amend the Gas
Works Act 1911, and Mr. D. D
Garner may speak again on the
passing of an Address relating
to the repatriation to Africa of
persons of African descent.

8,S. Cottiea Arrives

DUTCH S.S. “Cottica’”’ arrived
at Barbados yesterday from Eng-
land via Amsterdam with 120
passengers and cargo. Intransits
of the 120 passengers numbered
104.

Among the cargo for this port
were 54 crates of cheese, cases of
stout, beer, champagne, gin, con-
densed milk, powdered milk, meat
preserves, split peas, apples, glass-
ware, enamelware, linseed oil,
paper, advertising material, elec-
trical accessories, dry cells, tea
sieves, textiles and samples.

The “Cottica’ was scheduled to
leave port last night for Trinidad.
Next passenger-freighter of the
Surinam Service expected here is

the S.S. “Bonaire”? which is due
from Dover, England around
February 25 and 27. The
“Bonaire” is sistership to the

“Cottica.” ‘

Local representatives of these
vessels are Messrs. S. P. Musson,
Son and Co., Ltd.

i en

Fined For

Dangerous Driving

ALVA DOTTIN of St. Thomas
was fined 30/- to be paid in 3
months by instalments or in
default one month’s imprisonment
by His Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod
yesterday.

He was found guilty of driving
the motor van M-2044 in a
manner dangerous to the public
on the Lower Wharf on
September 1.

Is Sending
To Study

Building In France

acquired some training in the
specialised fields.

Candidates must be between 18
and 35 years of age. During the
course, probationers receive the
same wages as workers, but with
an increasing of 25%.

They also enjoy the benefits of
social security, social insurance,

‘accident insurance and family al-

|lowances on the same basis as
regular wage earners.

The students pay their own
subsistence expenses. Most of the

canteen

ate rice

centres hove

where
ais at : : .

er
;

——--—- 4

about 1.30 p.m. yes-

They are Samuel Williams 23,
Gayman King 24, Grantley Wal-
ters 24, Captain Croydon, Tele-
maque 49, Egber’ De Rocha 42, all
of St. Vincent, and Jeffers James
24 of Dominica.

St. Vincent Schooner “Alna

Leotaud”, 30 tons net, was sunk
about 40 miles to the East of St.
Lucia when it came into collision
with the 4,655-ton (net) R.M.S.
“Lady Nelson” in the early hours
of yesterday. The “Nelson” is
under the command of Captain
Roach.
Captain Telemaque told the
Advocate” that the accident took
place about 5 a.m. Every man
of his crew was up and to work
The “Alna Leotaud” was about
40 miles out to sea on its way to
Barbados from St. Lucia with a
cargo of copra, cocoanuts and
fresh fruit.

When the vessels collided, said
the Captain, the crew and himself
got aboard one life boat. The
schooner broke and sank imme-
diately.

The “Nelson” got back to their
rescue about 7.30 a.m. and took
them aboard with part of their
personal effects which they luck-
ily saved.

The six men looked none the
worse for their experience when
they assembled yesterday at the
Harbour and Shipping Office ta
g.ve a statement.

A preliminary investigation
into the incident was being carried
out there.

Schooner “Alna Leotaud” has
made many a trip to Barbados
under Captain DeRoche with
copra and cocoanuts from St.
Lucia. It has not called here
recently.

Bodily Harm
Cost 30/-

DECISIONS of His Worship Mr.
H. A. Talma who imposed fines
of 30/- and 20/- on Alias Eugene
of Passage Road, St. Michael,
were confirmed by Bheir Honours
Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. H,. A,
Vaughan of the Assistant Court
of Appeal yesterday. Mr. Talma
had found Eugene guilty of having
inflicted bodily harm on Leotta
Marshall on the first charge, and
of having inflicted bodily harm on



Yvonne, her daughter, on the
second.

The evidence was that Marshall
had her little daughter in her

arms when a dispute arose between
Eugene and herself, Eugene cuffed
at her and hit the baby on her
head and on her face, bursting
her mouth, Marshall stooped to
pick up a stone, and Eugene then
struck her with a piece of iron
across her shoulder.
‘
Sold Pear For
‘Ne
Sixpence
Fined £5

THEIR Honours Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr, H. A, Vaughan cf
the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday varied a decision of Mr.
H. A, Talma, Police Magistrate ot |
District “A.” Their Honours in-}
creased a fine from £2 to £5 when |
Henrietta Layne, a city hawker, |
admitted having sold a pear above |
the price scheduled—12 cents in- |
stead of 8. The offence was com-
mitted on December 19, 1949,

Layne had been found guilty
and fined for a similar offence
prior to.this case. Their Honours
felt that gravity of the offence,
since Layne had been warned and

had still committed it, merited a
heavier fine.

Fined 20/-

TWO fines were imposed on
Eustace Harewood of Deacons
Road yesterday by His Worship
Mr. E. A. McLeod.

There were 2(;~ to be paid in
one month or in default one
month’s imprisonment for driving
a car without holding a proper
licence on Tweedside Road on
October 22, and £2 10s. in 2 months
or one month’s imprisonment for
driving the car along the same
road w-th undue oare.

Gate Widened
THE gate of the Fire Brigade;

station is being widened and the
garage is being enlarged.

This has become necessary
because of the larger type of
engines recently acquired by the
f : Rr Fac

« + 1 le . «
fT es i r é
esp @ to ar fire alarm, the
had to be driven |



“Lady Nelson” off St. Lucia.
Egbert De Roche, Gay man King, Grantley Walters,

who were picked up about 7.30
Samuel Williams,



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Arts And Crafts
Maintain High
Standard

CHILDREN from four schools
were among the fairly large
crowd that attended the Barbados
Arts and Crafts Exhibition which
opened at Queen’s Park yesterday
evening. Being held along with
the Arts and Crafts show is an
exhibition of children’s work, all
of which, could not be displayed
at the Annual Industrial Exhi-
bition for lack of space.

School children who attended
were from the Foundation School,
St. James, St Silas, and St.
Albans.

Where the Arts and Crafts show
is concerned, the standard of work
of past years is upheld. There is
a falling off in quantity owing tc
the fact that on this occasion there
are no exhibits from British
Guiana and Trinidad. This, how-
ever, has had the effect of giving
the room a suggestion of greater
spaciousness, which makes _ it
easier to take a step backward
and get a better view of a
particular painting.

Exhibitors include Mrs. White.
Mr, Ivan Payne, Mr. Briggs-
Clarke., Mrs de Kuh., Miss Arne.,
Mrs Macavity., Hon’ble Mrs, Myer.,
Mrs. Merritt. and Mr. Broodhaven,

Children’s Work

There is a good deal of children’s
work on display, unlike the case
at the Annual Industrial Exhibi-
tion where owing to lack of space
only the best pieces can be shown.

The Government Industrial
School was well represented, and
exhibitors from this _ institution

number :



carried off quite a
prizes and certificates of merit.

The exhibition opened at 4 p.m.
and closed at 6 p.m. Before closing
time however, an electricity cut
made looking at exhibits difficult.
The show continues today,



Schooners Call

Schooners “Adalina’”,
denia W.” and “Emeralda”
yesterday with cargo.

The “Adalina” arrived from St

“Gar-
called

Lucia with charcoal, firewood,
copra, cocoanuts, fresh fruit and
three donkeys.

Both the “Gardenia W.” and

the “Emeralda”’ came from Trini-
dad. The former’s cargo was
comprised of tiles, fibre, cedar
boards, metallic liquid, display
material, personal effects and
fresh fruit. The latter brought
gasoline, wood preservative
grease, diesolene and _ lubricating
oil.

The three
signed to the
Association.

schooners are con-
Schooner ed



Police Band
At St. John’s

Almshouse

THE Police Band under Acting
Band Master, Sgt, C. Archer, will
play at the St. John’s Almshouse
at 4 p.m., today. Classica] music
and popular tunes will appear on
the programme,

——< =—

PIGEON





| affecting the sales of 2
| Stake tickets for the forthcomjng|Mr. Branch, Mr.
| the
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Spring Meeting.



}
PARISH |." A motion to write the Telephone |
Z | Company telling them that the!

service .was not satisfactory in}

ROUND. UP this parish was made at the Vestry |

yesterday. |

. Various Committees and Dele- |
_ St. Michael. Neither Devalua-| gates were appointed by the!
“on nor rise of cost of living is Vestry yesterday, The Building!

- Sweep-/} Committee will be Mr. Carter, !

Williams, Mr

Two weeks ago}Gooding and Mr. Cox. Dele-

Barbados Turf Club was sell-| gates. to represent the Parish
ahead of last year/Chureh are Mr. L. Challenor and

but now they are selling five.|Mr. Carter. Delegates to repre-
Series T is on sale. sent St. Ann’s Church are Mr.

The two shillings is devalued| Farmer and Mr, Mayers. These}
anyway, so its worth the while| delegates are representing the
taking it to try at thousands of| various churches in the 1950
dollars (Barbados Currency). Synod.

Very little rain fell over the] The Harvest Thanksgiving
week-end and St. Michael with] Festival of St. Joseph’s Church
22 parts had the heaviest rainfall.| will be held on Sunday next.
All the other parishes got below There will be three services—at
10 parts. except St.. Andrew, St. 9.00 a.m., 11.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
Thomas and St. John. They got Mr. Oswald Walker was again
only drizzles. appointed official weigher” of

Memberships of the Caribbean| Motor Vehicles when the Vestry
Workers’ Union are ‘nereasing} met yesterday.
daily, People of every walk of
a go up to the second floor of

e Jewish Synagogue building to t © Ze
register for this Union. An Appreciation

One of the members of they, By the passing of Mr. Sydney
Union told the “Advocate” that|B- Inniss, who was a well-known
he thinks the Union is doing fine,|â„¢@mber of the community, ana
although only in its “youth”. who came of a highly respected

It is understood that the Union| family here, the Barbados Chess
has had requests from outer| Club is considerably the poorer.
parishes asking for fuller in-| Mr. Inniss, a keen devotee of the)
formation explaining the aims|8@me, was one of the founder
and objects and also asking that members of the Club, which was |
meetings be held in their districts.|f0rmed as far back as 1922. He

The loss of an amplifier valued| W8S local Chess Champion for
$600 was reported by Algernon] Several years, winning _the
Crawford ofthe “Observer Print-' championship title of the Club
ing Office,” Lucas Street. It is|OM, at least, five occasions. _ He
also reported that the amplifier] so filled the offices of Vice-|
was taken from the Superin- President and President from

tendent’s Office at Queen’s Park time to time, As will be gathered, | ;

between January 2 and 20, It is|h€ was a chess player of distinc-
Mr. Crawford’s property. tion, and a valuable asset to the

George Knight of Cooks Alley | Playing strength of the Club. At
reported the loss of a pair of pants| he first Intercolonial Chess Con-
valued $3.50 from a box cart | 8ess; held in Georgetown, British
which was parked in Prince Wil-| Guiana, in March 1938, he was
liam Henry Street on Saturday. |0M€ of the Barbados representa-

An accident: occurred on Pal-| tives; and he also entered for
metto Street at about 1.25 p.m. other important tournaments and
on Saturday betWeen the motor| Vents, taking part in the cable
van M-1881, owned by Messrs.|â„¢&atches which Barbados contest-
John D. Taylor and driven by ed with British Guiana and
Beresford Bennett of My Lord’s|TTimidad many years ago, ‘and
Hill, and a bicycle owned andj{8!Ving a good account of himself

ridden by Errol Blacket Bush | 0" all these occasions.
Hall. nr ee ee The Club members, who have a!

The rear fender of the bicycle | Sense of personal loss through his |
was damaged. The brakes of the| 2¢ath, desire to pay affectionate
van were tested and found to be ne respectful tribute to |

in order. maGEY,
Another accident took place on
Swan Street, near Bolton Lane, -
at about 10.13" a.m, on Saturday 25 Years Ago
between the motor lorry T 150,
owned by Harold Haynes of| (Barbados Advocate, January
Dukes, St. Thomas, and driven by 24, 1925)
Winston Daniel of the same ad-
dress, and a bicycle owned and =e Sone eet
ridden by Kenneth Quintyne of
Vine Street. At the Olympic Theatre tonight
Both inner and outer tyres of Kid Albert the Barbados light-
the cycle were damaged. weight representative will meet
A third accident occurred at the|]the Demerara Champion light-
corner of Rickett and Trafalgar|weight, Babe Walker in a 10
Streets between the motor car{round contest. The Bimshire lad
G-318, owned and driven by|is about ten pounds heavier than
Clayton Skeete of Salisbury, St.} the champion which ought to be
George, and a bicycle owned and|of some advantage to him. A
ridden by Seafield Sealy of Gar-| great deal of enthusiasm is being
den Land, St. Michael. exhibited in the fight tonight,
St. John. Hugh Grannum of|which is being viewed by a good
the St. John’s dispensary reported|many fans as an_ intercolonial
the loss of $110 in cash from] contest. Undoubtedly the fight-
P. A, Clarke and himself. He/ers themselves feel that way and
stated that the money was taken] are inspired with the pride which
from the same dispensary during|such a feeling naturally creates
Friday night. That there will be a good main





i. 7 7 fight, there can be no doubt
a Philip, A few cotton pick- Added to the thrills which a
ers have started to work in this strong exposition of the manly

Parish and also in St. John. One
man seen carrying cotton to the
Barbados Co-operative Cotton
Factory, said that his name was

art offer, lovers of the sport will
witness a powerful display, be-
tween Stanley Benn and Fighting

: Butcher, — 6 rounds and ;
Joseph Gooding and that he was bantam-weight canta Bia 3
a resident of Rollins’ Land. He rounds. ro

stated that he is getting 16 cents '
per lb. for the cotton. Most of DEMERARA XI.

the cotton that arrives at the Mr. C. R. Browne and Mr. A. G.
Cotton Factory comes from St.| Gomes will be unable to take part
Philip or St, Lucy. in the intercolonial tournament

St. Joseph. Lemons in St./in Trinidad next month.

Joseph are looking lovely, especial- Judging from his play when
ly at Castle Grant Reservoir| last here Mr. Gomes can be
where Mr, Egbert Mayers are| spared but “Snuffy’s” loss should
cultivating some as big as + man’s| be fatal to Demerara’s already
fist. Other fruit and also vege-| slender chances, anyhow they
tables are looking plentiful in the} must buck up and worry along
parish. without him.

Government has given the St.
Joseph a sum of money for the
Tenantry Roads. The Vestry also
asked for money for the Frizers
and Cocoanut Grove Roads but
this request was not as successful
as the aforémentioned.

Holes on certain roads are
causing annoyance to motorists.
These holes especially damage the
springs of trucks, which carry
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er ; ARTHRITIC PAINS.

But new treatment does more than
ease these terrible agonies.



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the 28th, our store 28 Broad Street will be

A new product, DOLCIN, has been created which not only gives
prompt relief from the pains due to thé ;

Closed on THURSDAY the 26th instead @

4

: , the symptoms of artiritis a
rheumatism, but also affects the metabolic ¢ ya whi ; pier ‘ we i
@ very important | the rheumatic state’s background. _ oe h , . is

DOLCIN has be oe gis cy x SATURDAY for this week only.
DOL( IN is being used now with unpr jented ss. DOLCIN x ]
is being prescribed by doctors now. And many sufferers have already |< .
resumed norma! living as ar t of taking DOLCIN a _

Don't de Prof siieien sl Detletes ahak : » D

: ience. of fallow-victime of these |% COLLINS LIMITED.

fe Get DOL

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vcious tablets costs

BOOK OM Et & on 28, Broad Street. ae ome

6 OOOO FOOIOOF
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neh «+++**

ing TIME
yS:-—2 p-m.

et p.m. Friday

items
“be set out

in “eparate adver's.

DIED

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‘ng for Seven





url Maetbury Cemetery.
invited.

Greene Trotman (Daughter)

c Jackman and Edith wil-

‘ughters), Howard Jackman

; Ge Waterman (son-in-law),

; ania Lawsen, Irene, Maureen

@ Gloria (Grandchildren) .
PLEASE

4
2
Cyn

‘ | Oo SERS COPY.

1

IN MEMORIAM

our dear beloved
Y AVINA THOMPSON,
life on 16th Jamuary

. memo!
| Mind mother

mother dear you left us
Se eoriaat in all your ways
to the end of your

year
ee true

nd kind
a eee maeiocy you have left
ravi ing face,
smile, your gentle

can fill your vacant place, !

dear mother your task is o’er
i hands can do no more, —
-you love you did your best

the Almighty grant thee eternal
%,

in (husband), Carl,

nt.and Carmen (children) .
APERS PLEASE COPY).

DAD “PA 24.1.50—In,










y of our dearly
feher and Brother LIVING-
RD who fell asleep on

wary 1949.
iotove are since thet sad day
we loved was called away
ot the tears at the moment shed,
speak of the hearts that are torn
tears that are shed after years
the griefs that are silently borne.
(daughter) a gry aa
ine a -
8) Marie, Delleph i me

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mory of ELOISE ELDER, who
away on January 23rd 1949.
and Evening star
one clear call for me
master Thine the glory
h recovered soul
ho can tell the Story
that made us whole.
wR FAMILY.
cag 24,1,50—In.

ed memory of our dear one
HACKETT, who died on Jen-
;

eae tho loss can tell
in of parting without farwell
to-day you were called to rest
oured hard and oe
? @ for the best
r ree Was getting rough
you ee ret oes
: and grand sons:
f Kenneth.
24.1.50—In,



FOR SA








Chevrolet Car. New Tyres
fy, suitable for hire, Apply:
Derricks, St. James.
24,1,50—3n.



















(2) Morris 8 h.p.

» One (1) Vauxhall 1947.

21.1,.50—6n.
olet 1936 in good condition,
\« 22.1.50—3n.

R CYCLE — Two Corgi light-
folding Motor Cycles. These
| Shop soiled and are there-
offered at very attractive
Central Foundry Lid, Broad Si.
21,1.50—3n,.

i tnut Horse, suitgble for
‘Tiding. Apply to The Manager
& Co, 2-22 Roebuck St.
21.1.50—3n.

LES: Hercules Silver King, on
, im green and in biack
& Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

18.11.49—t.t.n
'

EOUS

On

used. Apply Manager,
el. 22.1.50—un.

URM SCALES—Phone 4517 The
Agency Co., (Bidos) Lid. High
22.1,50—6n.



ILIGH

S— American Flashlights
Eveready Automatic Spot-
f low price of $1.92 each,

minson & Co,, Ltd, Dial 4222,

21,1,50.—3n.

Complete large size Lamps





-G.W. Hutchinson & Co., Ltd

® Crank Carts and Har-

to The Manager Pitcher

20-32 Roebuck St.
21.1.50—3n.

$e,
ply





7m










Kerosene Pressure Lan-
eh, Power, $17.58 each, for
ting. A. Barnes & Co. Ltd.

'
21.1,50.

t.f.n,
bn neineaeondaiapeaeetiiooneniats
a FIRE—Instal a Fire-
with doors secured by
gl Suitable for office o1

ur records. Contaci
IN & SONS (B’dos) Ltd,
Tue., Fri, Sun., — t.f.n















and Car Tyres 750 x
A 30 x 5, 600 x 16; 500 x bs
x_18; 450 x 17; 500 x if

" Tyre Co. Trafalgar St
20.1,50—t.f.n,

“ED SHEETS—Best Grade
Sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
a A. BARNES & Co., Lic

. 13.1.50—t.f.n

ft., 6% ft

86 guage Apply:
meet, Phone 260g, TY










“alvanised pipe, All sort:
ma? 1% ins, Phone 46o4
% Co. ue

3.12.49—t.2.n

, a alesale and Retail, Factory

17.1.50—13n
Sarrs & PYJAMAS — The



17.1. 50—13n



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ANTED

Od Ra:

PRESS ROOM
999406600640.

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(son), Edith Lovell



1.20 1.64
84 1.2
-08 vif

1,2¢ 1.50

of different classification

fer funeral will
ce, Flag Staff
at 4.15 o’clock this
th Day aoe.
ll an en
at He Friends















Garage, St. Matthias Gap. | Apply to Bradshaw &

*

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1950

[CLASSIFIED ADS.

————








“Clariston”

nue leading to Coral Sands.,

Containing
Spacious Verandahs two sides,

FLAT—“Ocean Spray’,
per month. Dial 2374 from Monday.
22.1.50—2n

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

mh S

AUCTION SALE

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS
HAZELWOOD HOUSE
BISHOP'S COURT HILL
SATURDAY 28th at 12.15 p.m.










WE are instructed by Mrs. I.
M. BARRERA and others to se!l
by Auction the folowing valuable
Furniture and effects :-—

Couches, Occasional Tables,
Dining Chairs, Sideboard, Book-
cases, Rockers, Dressing Tables.
Washstands, Chest of Drawers,
Kidney Table, Wardrobes (all
Mahogany). 5-piece Morris Suite,
Dining Tables (one oval), 6 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, China
Cabinet, large Gent’s Press, Writ-
ing Desk, several Tables and Nest
of Tables, Tea Trolley (a!l Crab-
wood of modern design). Modern
Dressing Table and Stool, several
Double and Single Beds (Simmons
Springs), Mattresses, Gallery Fur-
niture, several Deal Presses (all
sizes), Deal Tables, painted
Child's Press, 2 painted we aioe
large), painted Playpen, Lis
Chairs, Singer Sewing Machine,
5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven,
2 (one-burner) Stoves, Frigidaire,
Electric Iron, Go-Cart, large
quantity Glassware, Silver, China,
Kiteh@h Ware, Ornaments. Fold-
ing Steps, Trunks, Suitcases,
Tools, Toys, Ladders, Books and
many other interesting items.

FRIDAY 27 JANUARY and
MORNING OF THE SALE SAT-
URDAY 28TH JAN.

CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER,

AUCTIONEERS

DIXON & BLADON







REAL ESTATE

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

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.40
a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m, on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

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

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

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20.1.50—13n.,
————

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
large ballroom, Dining room library,





cars | fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-

ing to residential club. For details,
4.1.50. —t.f.n,
(1) Double-roofed board



SHOP—One

» apply E. Ward, Oldbury | and Shingled shop, oe at Station

Hill, St. Michael. good condition.
Apply to The Manager, ee conael
. Ltd, 20, 21, 22 Roebuck St.
re ro? 21,1,50—3n

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





20,1,.00—15n,
“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet

of land will be offered for sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday,
the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m,

This freehold dwellinghouse contains
gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
pantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
bath etc. on first floor,

Electric, gas and water services,

The house has recently been renovated
and decorated and is in excellent condi-

tion.
New Fairbanks Platform Inspection by appointment with Mrs,

H. S. Bynoe, Dial 8310,
Further particulars and conditions of
ly t Bn
er COrTLé, CATFORD & CO.,



Solicitors.

21,1,50.—1in.

LEETON—On-Sea, well known anc
attractive Seaside Resort at Maxwell.

For particulars apply Y. De Lima & Co.,
treet, 4644.
20, Broad Si , Phone 9s. 1,00—4e1,



LAND—Three (3) roods of land at

and flowered Chimney. Only | Fitts Village, Saint James on the public

road. (opposite “Alvatro”). Apply to N

21,1.50.—3n | Niles, James Street, or Phone 3213 or

24.1,50—In

For Sale==Contd

3078,







MISCELLANEOUS
“ADEA BeAGeinnme — bo & Ot.

hoyal Store. 17.1,50—13n

——

EGGS—Half-bred bronze Turkey egss
@ 1/- each. Phone 2492, Mrs. K. Gran-
num, Strathelyde, 4.1.50—2n.

”

SICKLES—Castle Turton Sickles, 1342
at 40 cents each, Buy your requirements
now, they are available at G. W. Hutch-

inson & Co., Ltd. Dial 4222. 21.1.50.—3n.

GARDEN SHEARS—8” Garden Shears
at $2.01 each, Limited quantity. G. W.

1 4222
Hutchinson & Co,, Ltd. Dia! 21.1.50,—3n.

GLADIOL1 BULBS—38 different colours
4o. 1 Grade, just aaraven ae Hollen’
eens, - 24.1,50—6n.

ded
CEREALS — Corn flakes, shred
Wheat, Puffed Wheat, Cerevim, All aa
Muffets, Cream of Wheat, also Barley “~
Jatflakes. W. M. Ford. Dial 3489. an
fwebuck Street. 24.1.50—In
ee
TINNED MEATS — Luncheon Beet,
Corned Beef with cereal, Lamb Tongues,
Steak and Kidney Pudding and oe
and Peas. W. M. Ford, 3% Fi vuc
Street. Dial 3489. 24.1, 50-—2n
: }
HAMS in tins cooked 6 Ib. to 8 lb
$1.15 per ib, and Small Tins at $2.97 each |



5 {
also Bacon sliced or whole slabs : Ww
Ford, 35 Roebuck Street mn 2

CANDLES—Prices Candles 8 and 4 to}
the Ib. at 64c. per Ib. W. M Ford, |

“ . al 3489 }
35 Roebuck Street. Dial 2%4.1.50—2n |







from Ist
Situated at Worthing in Ave.

rooms, drawing and dining rooma~a, pantry



Ch. Modern, situated on’ the sea. $30 06



Aviemore, Brittons Cross Road. Phone
2053 between 9.30 a.m, and 3.30 p.m,

WOMAN to live with, cook and care for

old lady. Apply: P. A, Lynch, McGregor
Street,

Worthings Ch.
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,
of bottom
Middle Street, City.

Gered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District
dy the 2nd day of February, 1950, at 11
o'clock, .m.

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PERSONAL
|

THE public are hereby \.urned agains‘

| Siving credit to my wife MILLICENT

VAUGHAN (nee Hinds) as I do not

hold myseif responsible for her or any-

ene else contracting any debt or debte

in my name unless by a written order
signed by me.

} Signed JOSEPH VAUGHAN

Taitts,
St. James.
22.1.50—in



a written order
Signed JOSEPH AGAND.
Mangrov:

e,
St. Philip.
22.1.50—Cn,.

_The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to"my wife DORIS BEST
(nee Springer) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-!.
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order ‘signed by me.

Signed PRINCE ALBERT BEST, ©
Bellepiane,
24.1.50—2n

WANTED

|

Office. Salary $60.00 to $75.00, Depend-

experience
Successful applicant must assume ducies
by 1st February. Apply in person with
written application to the Secretary,
Eckstein Bros. Bay Street.

21.1.50—3n



Competent J
housekeeper for Guest House. Experi-
enced in preparing Salads, making pas-
try, Pudding, ete. essential.

months
and be willing
to live in. Apply Box 33 C/o Advocat
Advtg. Department. 22.1.50—2n.

YARD BOY—Able to ride Bicycle,
Apply: Manager, Sea View Guest House

24.1.50—3n

Sasa epuyasiryapeyeeereenee a ennentelicaty
HOUSEKEEPER — Four Winds Club,
St. Peter. 24.1.50—2n

ENGAGEMENTS made for private
Typing and Shorthand, afternoons 4 p.m.
Saturdays 1 p.m. Miss P. R. Rogers,

24.1.50—6n.
MIDDLE





24.1.50—2n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

_ The application of C. N. WEEKES of

Ch. for permission to

at part

floors of Weekes Canteen,

Dated this 23rd day of January 1950.

To H. A. TALMA., Esq
Police Magistrate Dist. ‘A’

Signed C. N. WEEKES,
Applicant. |

N.B.—This application will be consi-

‘A’, on Thurs-

H. A. ‘TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist, ‘A’.
24.1.50—In

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LUCKY DAY !



VERY LUCKY DAY!!

* - on which you
instal GAS for cooking
Have you seen the attractive

Enamel Hot Plates at your Gas
Showroom?

Just the thing for the smad
family. Why not call gnd see
them before they are all sold?





SSS

NOTICE



The Dominica Handcrafts

Co. will remain open on...
SATURDAY, JANUARY
28TH but will be closed on
THURSDAY, JANUARY
26TH, This is intended to
patronise the tourists visit-
ing this colony.

a "\|

PPOPOSP SSOP OSSD 4
NOTICE
:

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‘ 4

Due to the arrival of a tourist- x
ship on Saturday 28th our store %
will be closed on Thursday, the %

26th instead of Saturday for this
week only.

Sary for the Gove
tric supply position has improved.

Seawell, at a Salary of $
2. The officer will be r
at the airport and to pay re
Duties will include:

Administration of Airport and staff and supervision of
airport services, e.g. Air Traffic Control, crash and fire
equipment, radio services, airport hygiene, etc.
Candidates should have a good general administrative
background and experience
would-be advantageous:

Flying as aircrew;

Aircraft and/or aerodrome control by day and night, !

both R/T and Visual;
Airport Administration;

Organisation of crash and fire fighting personnel and

| Colonial Secretary,



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT

INCOME TAX NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re-
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annurn
or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over. and from companies whether incorporated or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during the past year or not.

Forms df Return my be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or
respective dates :

li Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3ist

day of December, 1949, on or before

1950.

2. Returns of persons whose
situate in the island on or
Returns of all other persons,

uary, 1950,

10.1.50.—19n,

WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT

: Owing to interruptions in the electric power supply, it is becom-
ing increasingly difficult to maintain
partly

Unless this co

RESIDENT MANAGER, SEAWELL AIRPORT, BARBADOS

Applications are invi



Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.

NOTE; Any person failing to make his return within the due
date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and
not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
factery reason is given.



relies on this power for pumping.
The public are hereby request
use of water and to re

port immediately any leakages in basins, lava-
tories, Standpipes, ete.

-operation is given immediately, it will be neces-
tTnment to impose water restrictions until the elec-



ted for the post of Resident Airport Manager,
2,880 per annum.

equired to occupy Government quarters
nt at 5% of salary.

equipment;

Radio; ete.
Candidates should also mention any

qualifications.

3. The appointment will be on
be terminated by one month’s notice on

Be Wise...

Barbados, before the 15th February, 1950.



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REG?

COUGH
LOZENGES

For coughs, colds & sore throats

»| and may
4, Applications, stating qualifications,
ee

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LETTER BALANCES; WIRE TRAYS; WIRE BASK-

ETS; CASH BOXES—different sizes

Also: SPRING BACK BINDERS; FOOLSCAP AND

LETTER SIZE



ROBERTS

& CO.









HERE AGAIN!!!
Your Favourite Drink



Stout.

THE VITAMIN STOUT
OBTAINABLE FROM:-





ALL GOOD GROCERS







_

— | Vestry Seek Help

from page 5
whose house

L. Smith, M.C.P., and Mr. G. H.
Adams, M.C.P., to see if some-
thing could not be done to assist
the unfortunate people.

Five Months Since Storm

“It is five months since the
storm, and I think that it is time
that somettiing should be done”,
said Mr. Cox.

Mr. L. E, Smith next said that
the-matter was in the hands of the
Churchwarden. He said that he
had approached the Churchwar-
den to find out the necessary
amount that would be needed to
complete repairs to these houses,
and he was informed by the
Churchwarden that he should
wait a short while.

Mr. Carter said that he had told
Mr. Smith to wait because some
of the money could repair and
more than repair. the houses that
it was estimated for.

He drew an instance to the at-
tention of the Vestry where he
said the houses of Mary Hutson
of Spa Hill and Clyde Inniss of
Dark Hole were repaired and with
i money left over from these two
houses he repaired another house
which belonged to Violet Jordan,
also of Dark Hole.

Mr. Colin Williams, said that he
did not know if the St. Joseph
Vestry would get any more from
Government because Government
knew that the whole thing was a
racket.

By this he meant that in some
cases where peoples houses were
damaged before the storm the
same people were claiming that
their houses were damaged by the
storm.

Charge of The Job

Mr. Smith then said that the
Churchwarden was in charge of
the job. If he (Mr. Smith) was
to get more money from Govern-
ment, he would have to tell them
how many more houses needed
repairing and what was the cost.
He said that in his opinion the
Churchwarden was. going about
it the right way. First he would
have to fix what houses he could
before he could say how many
others needed repairing and the
amount it would take. He accused
Mr, Cox of placing himself in
front of the Churchwarden.

Mr. Cox said that in the first
place the Churchwarden had
made an estimate of $4,200 for 47
houses and Government did not
accept it. They sent their own
inspector to make estimates. He
said that it was left to the repre-
sentatives of the parish to go for-
ward and place the matter before
the Government. Mr. Smith and
Mr, Adams should go forward and
ask Government to send someone
to the Parish to see the condition
of the houses.

At this stage the Churchwarden
said that in the first place Mr. Cox
was talking about money and now
he changed his argument to that
of sending representative to see

before the following

the 31st day of March,
principal place of business is not
before the 30th day of June, 1950.
on or before the 3lst of Jan-

F, CLAIRMONTE

the domestic water supply, which

ed to exercise extreme care in the

22.1.50—2n.



in any of the following

other aeronautical
a temporary basis in the first place

either side,
should be sent to the

24,1.50,—2n.






SPECIALISTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY

DIXON & BLADON

REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS
Phone 4640 Plantations Building.














Samples of the following MAGAZINES for Subscriptions can be seen at;
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
PICTORIAL EDUCATION WOODWORKER

MUSIC TEACHER CHILD EDUCATION
TEACHERS WORLD ART AND CRAFT.

You are also invited to inspect the range of HOUSE PAINTING BRUSHES
Just Opened by JOHNSON’S HARDWARE,





The undersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No, 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950,
at 2 p.m.

The Dwelling House called “CARLDIEM” 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, “Brat-
ton,” Maxwells Coast. Dial 8357.

For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

11.1,50.—15n.



| IT IS GOOD VALUE ! !

SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
in White, Gold, Pink and Blue at $1.35 per yd.

SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99c. per yd.
SPUN LINEN in White, Grey, Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
Crease Resisting and Shrunk Proof

BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.

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| BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LD.



was falling down
over her head. He wanted to ask
the parish's representatives, Mr.







|





In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Sch. Manuata, Sch. Belqueen, Sch. Mary
M. Lewis, Sch. Hazell Scott, Sch. Fran-
ces W. Smith, Sch, Marion Belle Wolfe,
Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch. Marea
Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch. Endeavour
W., Sch. Barca De Oro, M.V. Daerwood,
M.V. T.B, Radar, S.S. Pacific Star.

Schooner Emeralda, 51 tons net, Capt.
Belmar, from Trinidad; Agents: Schoon-
er Owners’ Association.

M.V. Athel Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.



From Dover—M. L. Berry, E. Hudson,
M. A, Layne, C. L. Sealy, R. Sealy, E. A.
Mitchell. Passengers leaving for Trini-
dad last night were John Frederick

Cameron, Isabel Garcia, St. Clair Mer- +

ritt, Ione Rollins, Monica Rollins, Viel-
lard Rollins, Melvin Rollins, Arthur
Bowen, John Greaves, Alice Baptiste,
Alan Holder, Miriam Holder.
R.M.S, Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons
Capt. Roach, from St. Lucia;
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd.

net,
Agents :

ARRIVALS By B.W.1LA.L.

From Trinidad :—Beryl Armstrong,
Donald Armstrong, Jacqueline Alexis,
Ernest Viera, Elford Bolden, Frank Kidd,
Henry Mendricks, Mildred Sealy, Basil
Gooding, Stewart Nock, Leo Sweeney,

Elizabeth Rapsey, Olga Linton, Angel
Duarte, David Purcy, Margaret Ercolani,
Victor Ercolani, Aurelia Friedman

George Harris, Rene Vandenbrande le
Carmen Vanden Branden, Carmen Van-
denbranden jr, Margarite Vandenbran-
den, Patricia Bourne, William Yuille,
Andrew Yuille, Grace Yuille, Ann Marie
Forte, Marcus Shadach, Mania Shadach,
Joan Chimming, Richard Budd, Charles
Hayward, Charles Ablett, Mark Green-
hill.

From La Guaira:— William Krum,
Helen Krum, William M., Krum, Helen
A. Krum, Haim Pinkas, Maria de Pinkas,
Miguel Pinkas, Inrieh Lanes, Marianne
Lanes, Roberto Lanes, Hubert EB, Brisley,
Eleanor Brisley, Ralph Kinch, Ingeborg
Rosenmund, Hedda Quemada, Mary M
O’Donnell,

From St. Lucia :—Anthony Lewis, Ercil

% ~ .



Donsdale, from Trinidad; Agents: H.
Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.

Schooner Gardenia W., 48 tons net,
Capt. MeKree, from St. Vineent; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association,

Schooner Adalina, 50 tons “Capt.
Flemming, from St. Lucia; ~ its:
Schooner Owners’ Association. ~ _

S.S. Cottica, 2,312 tons net, Capt. Van

n, from Funchal; Agents:S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. ArriVing by
this vessel were :—



Howell, eae Donegan, Mark Mercier,
beth ercier,
yen Antigua:—Lilla Hill, Frank Man-
son, Ida Manson.
From St. Kitts:—Mrs. May Lakami-
chand, Master Kumar Lakamichand, Mrs,
Erme Frost.

Intransit to Trinidad :—Mr. S. Sebas-

tian, Mr. E. DeLisle, Mr. A. Davis.
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L,

For Trinidad :—Mr. Douglas,
Mrs. Josephine Douglas, Miss Jane Doug-
las, Mrs. Ernestine Young, Miss Yvonne
Young, Miss Lillian Sealy, Mr. Robert
Frey, Mr. Charles McEnearney, Mrs.
Esther McEnearney, Miss Ursula Solo-
mon, Mr. Woodley Anthony, Mrs. Doro-
thy Pollard, Master Richard Pollard, Mr.
John Thomas, Mr. Naim Sabga, Mrs.
Dorothy Bovell, Miss Jean Bovell, Mr.
Mayer Matalon, Mr. Haven Walton, Mr.
Charles Binger, Mrs. Charlotte Binger,
Mr. John McGregor, Mr, E. Springer,
Miss Jean Stone, Mr. Reuben Griffith,
Mr. Julian Bynoe, Mr. Harry Cadiz, Mr.
Ramsey, Mrs, Silina Moore,

For Grenada :—Prof. Cyril Beasley,
Mr. James Babb, Mrs. Joyce Babb, Miss
Ingrid Babb, Mr. Lisle Webster, Mrs.
Phyllis Webster, Master Anthony Web-
ster, Master Wayne Webster, Mrs, Milli-
cent Mahy, Mr. Henry Tucker, Mr. Keith
Stewart.

For Jamaica ;—Mr, John Sutton.

For St. Lucia:—Miss Margaret Mar-
band, Mrs, Joan Deveaux, Master David
DeVeaux, Mr. John Lewis.

For Antigua:—Mr. Bertram Work,
Mrs. Pauline Work, Mr. Alfred Blackett.

For La Guaira :—Mrs. Terthia Hyde.

{N TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

Cable and Wireless Ltd.,
they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados

coast Station;—

S.S. Esso Rotterdam, Amukura, Ari-
guani, Columbia Star, Lady Nelson, Lady
Rodney, Esso Amsterdam, Silver Oak,
Bellerby, Eros, Cottica, M/V Rosario,

incon Hills, Byejord, Dolores, Matarva,

the condition of the houses. He
then asked Mr. Cox to explain to
the representatives of the parish
whether he wanted money or a
representative of Government to
inspect the houses.

After further discussion Mr.
Cox moved that a resolution be
seat to. Mr. Adams and Mr. Smith
Stating that the Vestry considered
that the grant for repairs to
houses damaged on August 31 and
September 1 by storm, was inade-
quate, and asking them to take
the matter up with Government
so that a further inspection and
estimate should be made, The
motion was carried by a 5—4 di-
vision.

advise that San Mateo, Thallepus,

Prospecvor, Alcoa
Clipper Clipper, Jamaica/KDCY, Esso
Greenville, Del Mar/KFYZ, Loide -on-
duras, » San Rosa/WMDA, Jeanne
Dare, Mauretania, N. ©. Rogenas,
Auricula, M/S Amerigo, Southern,.C ities,
Interpreter, Norness, Rebecca.Boon,

Seania, Jutahy, Ampc California; maloon
Roamer.

Burial Ground

The question of a Burial
Ground for the Parish next arose,
The Churchwarden said that he
was informed by the Rector that
the St. Joseph burial ground had
been closed. He said that the
owners of Joes River had con-
sented to sell the Vestry a plot of
land for a burial ground. He
pointed out that this land had
been appraised by the Solicitors,
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, and
since the appraisement nothing
has been done. He said that it
was appraised at $830.

@ On Page 8

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The Schooner “Belqueen” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for

St. Vincent. Sailing Monday 23rd
January.
The Schooner “Endeavour W”

wilt accept Cargo and Passengers
for Trinidad, Sailing Monday 23rd

January,

The M.V. “Daerwood” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba, Sailing Saturday 2lst
January,

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February 8th, arriving at Trinidad
about 10th March.

These vessels have ample space for
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‘Sports —

Cricket ‘
Football. Recing





THE FOUR TALL SCORERS in the second cricket ‘Trial match concluded at Kensington sh
These four batted for Mr. Williams XI which col lected 422 for 9 wkts. Here are, left to right, C. B.
Williams. 14 128 (retired) Norman } hall 87, E. L. G. Hoad jnr. 53 (not out) and A, M. Taylor 62.

B.G. Cricket Team) Australia

‘ . In Danger
Coming Earlie Of Defeat
—Team Wants Practice

FIRST IN 40 YRS.

DURBAN, Jan. 23.
The British Guiana Cricket team coming to Barbados for| Australia, 255 runs behinc
the Tournament in February will arrive about four davs| South Africa with seven secon¢
earlier, than originally intended. | innings wickets to fall in the
: P | Thixa Test here, are in danger 0!
| their first defeat by South Afric:


























The object of this, is to give ,——
the Guianese cricketers at | for 40 years.
opportunity to get some badly
noeaee practice, as torrential rains | The match ends to-morrow
washed out all of their trial games, ‘ The Springbok’s only victory
and the team was selected, mostly SPORTS against Australia was in 1910
on past performances “i eee ee , tere
The Barbados Cricket Associa- esas: 20am .
tion yésterday received a cabie |} EDITOR England at the Oval in 1938
from British Guiana, asking i On a scarred pitch showing
an, earlier arris could oF Answers Questions increasing signs of wear, South
arranged. The cal association Africa, who led by 236 on the |
agreed ; Roos : first innings were spun out for
pe gon) ean Ken 99 to-day by Ian Johnson anc
The Cables ‘ Sr ase i. - e 1) “Coit Bill Johnston after being 74 for |
ee eee ae two at lunch. At the close Aus-
Cables were tralia had lost 3 second innings|
“Owing abnorma rainf L Hutton of York- | wickets for 80
Owin ‘ cmz oe ie Rain is predicted for to-night
since Dece ee ree 3. Drobny and Czernic which should add to Australia’s
almost - een ae 7 ; J y Leach srbuibles
sidering flying t o1 cond “pas iviweratiy
February all add : 7 = Set to get 336 runs to win ip
penses until sixth our e Qu ns appeared in | seven and a quarter hours, the
stop © like cabled sterday Evening Advo- | Australians made a patient start,
mation your Associat | scoring only 13. runs in the 42
= rene . minutes play before tea.
Kensington repeat Kensington, i il
and accommodation arranged sinectlieheecieeiertiiipedibiedatliiai cinema i |

jeries rise chest high, while Hugh
Tayfield whipped off=reaks sharp-
| ly across the pitch, to which the
| heavy roller had been applied

accordingly stop if mpage? y/
you may split team for pu eee
accom modating extra time
Reply quickly

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WISHART > | between innings. 3
‘ With one run added to the tea
The Barbados Cricket A I rogramme score Tayfield dismissed Jack
tion replied as follow Moroney. Norman Mann _ took
“As t ANUAR' 1950 Keith Miller's wicket at 33 and}
a ee | a | Lindsay Hassett went at 59. All
oe ean was E Northern} three Australians were out lL.b.w
ee _ K 745 am.| Dudley Nourse, South Africa's
—" : Pros From Tpe/Captain, did mot enforce the
Queen’ “es , S 5... | follow-on when play started to-
F Amatved * og i .» " day, apparently being influenced
ae IOYOS j {by the weather forecast. South
| Africa began cautiously and in
ew ‘| » Bull’t|two hours before lunch put on
Cont | ws: 21° P=! 74, but in just over an hour after
F Ring Ur \the interval, Johnson and_John-

| ston, exploiting the deteriorating

tures the following v

-| pitch to the full, claimed the re-









to them 2 4 =. Pe le di =:
tad s 445 pt Jone: | maining eight wickets for the ad-
Due abnorma nf : oe va bY | dition of only 25 runs.
British Guiana Te is > pm. Generally Speaking: 5.4 At one stage, seven wickets
four days earlier . Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre| fell for eight runs. Nourse de-
pense Sto; Date gan; 6 p.m. From ‘the +. Pro-| fended stubbornly, his 27 oc-
unaltered ; oe BY cupying 96 minutes Johnson
| 6 5 re London; :| took 5 wickets for 34 and John-
} eT a eee "Phe dews:| 20 4 for 39.—Reuter
The BG Cricketer = Ho from Britain; |
originally carded %& ive ‘ Job: 9.20 p.m. BRC
Barbados on Febr f Eng i Light Orehestra 1
commence the ae oe veiw Re. ; Prawn Hunt



mn Thursday 8 : r :
nes of i irscay © E The New



eae Ever seen a prawn 10 inches
long?
| There are colonies of them
(Jumbo King prawns, they're
called) off the New South Wales
eoast. No one knows exactly
where, but the Fisheries Depart-

ment is trying to find our
If it can it will can.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.20 a.m,
Sun Sets; 5.59 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter) Jan-
uary 26

Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Water: 7.46 a.m., 7.52

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Cuban Team
For Carib
Olympics

HAVANA, (By Mail.)
Nine men have classified for a
chance to form part of the Cuban
team to compete in the 4,000
meters cycling competitions in the
coming VI Certral America and
Caribbean Olympic Games to vs
held in Guatemala. Six classified
for the 200 and 1,000 meters
| Teams
The first three best times in the
| diooo meters eliminations and
their time were Reinaldo Paseire,
six minutes 3 1/10 seconds., Luis

Delgado, 6 minutes 7 3/10 seconds., Three members of

and Leopoldo Posa‘la, 6 minutes from Caracas yesterday evening by
il seconds. of four matches <¢gainst Caracas Polo Clubs. :
Places in the 200 and 1,000. Michelin was presented to them by the Tacon Polo Club as a souvenir

after the match. Left to right:
(Capt.)

meters races were listed accord-
ing to the time for the 200 meter
dashes. The first three, with a tie
for third, were as follows., Leo-
poldo Posada: 200 meters, 15
seconds and 1,000 meters, 1 minut

52 2/10 seconds. Reynaldo Paseiro:
200 meters, 15 1/10 seconds, 1,009
meters, 1 minute 52 6/10 seconds.

i enocemnessts
‘Despite the cries fo; the return
{ many players who have given
England great service in the pas:
it is unlikely that footballers over
thirty years of age will make th
= to Brazil.













ipogardo Rodrigue, 20. 2 1¢ British selectors hav@ deci For Particulars See ...

15 5/10 seconds, 1,000 meters, ~ rer concentrate on youth in view

minutes 10 9/10 ‘seconds Luis + the rigid opposition to be met Bie ays a

Delgado, 200 meters, 15 5/19 |. hos sa attceae me, ete De e | ZB, aT

seconds, 1,000 meters, 1 minu —INS. Ficte- Fearn” which cutie fj ig
|

55 8/10 seconds.
The Cuban Olympi

















will choose Cuba r 3.1 1s. tee Laie
basis of time made in -
eliminations and on sub er By M. Harrison-Gray
tests which are to begin so Dealer: North. North-
aA S South game
3 Aiws
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ying 35
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1074

North bids Two Clubs and
South Two Diamonds ;: then
North Two Hearts and South
Two Spades. North bids
Four Spades, a jump bid
showing strong trump, sup-
port and by inference invit-
ing a slam, ¢s a simple raise
to” Three Spades could not
be passed. South’s hand is
better than it might be, so
he bids Five Spades and
North goes Six Spades.

West lead @J to East's
@A. The best return is a
trump. South's safest plan is
to set up the dummy. At
trick 3 9 K_is cashed; then
three low Hearts are ruffed

chance in the World Cup tourna-
ment,

If they fail to qualify they wii
return to Brit n July 1. Bui
since the
almost certain
land should be
rounds.

The British boys are
fident and believe that t
Cup will be brought
in the safe hands of their
Billy Wright





to be se
seen in tne I

very con-





naciomaneneoowenay peer Tite a eeny ante AaaE DTN Aenneeanscnnguces

Never in the of
has so costly a trip ‘been U







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and ¥ K early in the play.
secnneeuenencenenacnnessseeaacuanessanas®

London Ezpress Service.

The Brazilian Footbal! Associ

.
:
sr- § by South, using dummy’s
taken. it has been estima hat §$@10 and @K as entries.
the outlay for each player w 3 Back to dummy with A,
era fe : coe : and @A and @J draw East's
come to d@out seve iteen dollar 3 trumps. South must not
a day. $ attempt to cash both WA
:
:
we

expenses.

Vestry Seek Heip

@ from page 7 Rectory Glebe is a suitable one,
Mr. A. A. Gill, Vestry Clerk and therefore asks the
informed the Vestry that he hac Member for St. Joseph to pro-
seen the Solicitors. Mr. Boyce said ceed in the matter of the passinz
that he had sent in to the Colonial of the Bill for the sale of the por-
Secretary’s Office for a licence. tion of land for that purpose.

He then explained the circum- The resolution was carried by;
stances to Mr. Boyce who in turn a 5—4 division.

telephoned the Colonial Secre- A letter was read from the |
tary’s Office. This Office replied Social Welfare Officer and this
saying that the licence would was accompanied by rules for the}
eome through as soon as possible. playing field.

agreed to}
Officer

It was unanimously
write the Social Welfare

The Chairman and Rector, Rev.
Mallalieu, next said that the new
graveyard would have to be en-
closed and consecrated before
anyone could be buried and he
was anxious to see that it was
proceeded with because it had
become impossible to find any
more spots in the old burial
ground. Members Present

Mr. Williams next moved that Members present were Rev
a letter be written to the Colonial ;, C. Mallalieu, Chairman, Mr
Office asking them to handle the #. A. Carter, Churchwarder
mater of the licence as soon as Mr. J, H. Haynes, Mr. W. R
possible. This was carried, but Coward, Mr. A. P’ Cox, Mr. L
Mr. Carter suggested that a burial — Smith, M.C.P., Mr. J. R
ground should be laid out before Wutson, Mr. C. A. Williams, Mr
anyone was buried. Ww

Mr. Williams replied sayins
that he had approached the Direc-
tors of Joe’s River and that they
are prepared to accept the ap-
vraised figure. He said that if the
Vestry had proposed to accept the
figure he, as Managing Director,
would give them permission to
lay out the land, but not to bury
anyone until the land was taken

ver. This was agreed to

New Post Office

The Vestry also discussed the
question of the proposed site for
the erection of the new Post Office
and after a lengthy discussion
passed the following resolution

Resolved that this Vestry is ot
the opinion that the proposed sit

‘or the new Fost Office on the

to known what was being done}
with regards the granting of the}
money from Government for the |
Community Centre at Bathsheba|
before he rules forwarded by her}

could be considered

Branch,

Rough Seas Force |
Fishers Into Port |

GEORGETOWN (By Mail). |
Tw o fishing vessels from Bar-
bados which supply the Trinidad
markets with deep sea fish had

to bad weather.

The Lindsyd II
Barnes) and
(Capt. Frank Barnes), intercolo-
nial fishing vessels are now tied |
up at Georgetown, having hand- };
ed over their catch to Messrs 1)
Wictung and Richter, Ltd

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the Polo team and their Manager returned |
B.W.LA. They played a series |

Mark Edghill, Col.
_ Mr. Herbert Dowding (Manager),

_ From Caracas|

-g Caracas







except for the Interna- |
ional player Clyne, who repre-
sents Chile, and who played for! iad i
the Venzuelans on several occa-| e )
ions. He is definitely a top notch | 1 Gentlemen pleas :
player, and way above the and-~ ; Wil .












ery facility was given them for | each
actising. The tour had been 4} ; $ aU! ee
great experience for the Barba- | each___ $4 10 5-43
dos team and they had learnt a
great deal more about the game
The remaining members of the | Atkinson’s Irish
Lee Deane and Elliot Wil- | 48” long
iams along with Mrs. Michelin Pure Silk Handkerchiefs,
and Mrs. Dowding hoped to return | 22 X 22, Shades white, each = uu

via

t

he Tacon Polo Club they were each $
presented with a silver cup by eee White Silk Scarves
the members of the Club as a} Each

st

Senior | | 4)

telling her that the Vestry wanted} |

to put in at Port Georgetown due |

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—— DA y JANTARV 21. 19-.0 Tiir. nuimnos ADVOCATE Hiss Appeals I Verdict NEW YORK i_ me former h h StalcETSiu-> dariM K .^" '" ,"" l Court < %  Appeal lcn Jury"' i-""" ' om<,n %  £? ttten by implication Jf& an Mpion-IK'' aa-cnl -"ftnd IN h"d Uf undn, K %  ' "' h d nand "' f„ w ' I' U, chambers, nsf-conHouner for a Sovl •Jaw ound por %  kaaatLf In denying hrhad %  gJJSr, after January 1. \mm* Mr Claude Cross, i would nw 'he appeal gu^tv after Hiss ll • %  fjol Wednesday. He del I n ** "" b" 1 of lhe I liable to a maximum of rt imprisonment and a | 1 -Renter i Control For LC. Clergy I-//V POLAND LONDON. Jar l!:i Ipolish Government is to 1 rtate i Catholic Coriuis which it fel Wild, ronuptmn ;uni le activity. | today IB %  ""adca-it te. The Catitjs manch in iw (Bresl.ui> dtstrlrl | of subsidising "Ter%  pogs". Everyone impliTjrllf be prosecute*.. the b uid. One barge was flaV officials jjint subsidies Int.-ilHmt Ml Of null" boon 'i ibeii Ld lor iin.in fa. -Reuler. %  B Fly Special To Indonesia DMKAHTA Jiiii. L'^ Dutcli f 230 Inrii nn Dju.:.i faplUil U)-il.r : lirlKliim:, i UPUH. Wonemn Uefetn %  man aaitl thai I I this JII> k p 1I faugh talaphoni i un.inuniPth the eiiy hail la-i-ii cut. —Rrulrr. I guppos*. hHii n./^w ,.ce.sion by everybody that the international situation is responsible -c com D :-:t ni |own has nothing to do with school reopening this **•!.>" Hoffman For Paris To Speed Reforms In M. Aid Couirtries WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. Mr Paul Hoffman, Aid Administrator, plan iiis week for important meetings with European recovers. London Police Official To Visit Hrithh Guiana I Uakl preparations lor lhe month of Mr. W C Johnson, C.B.E. r> to the Marshall Plan authoritu r "'"">' who la Sugar \\ heat For Mexico XICO CITY Inn. 23. to preliminui (by the Ajyicuiluie ami Ministrv M'-xu-u is 1 this year to prodUOB |N, win,.! r basic i %  I'cuton area mslderablj crop I tons ut about 200,000 ttrtuably to eliminate. Mexico is still l in | about 80,000 %  e in proIthli year howevei is Ifcr imports and by 1952 %  tat, imports may be I completely. —Keuler ha would proas foi a speedup of *"• ""' % %  far-reaching financial rafonns in '• Iritl1 % %  n pectin Colonial countries receiving Amerli Fwi.-ii>n Aid. A meeting of the organisation !'" Jamair;. i^ expected to spend for European Economic Co-oper-1* *••* m B.Q., rrom Mmiary O.MB.C] Li due to conl0 l0 2a an:port Oeoraatown to handle commercial moi Terrific \V indLaslics Sehnr.FraiiecsSiuilh Pres. Truman Suggests Tax Changes WASHINGTON. Jan 23. i Truman .sent an official %  ig of tax loopii-'' 11,000,000,000 Increase In taxcr. In corpo ; ,rui bin Ha did lu-i say how much reducuon should inmade on K\ bui hie said most urgently ne> freight, railway and 1 Juiuaieu 11 Xrrivc In T'dad POHT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 23. Led by Johnny Groves, veteran, and accompanied by N. N. Nethcrsole. Jamaica's cricketer manal lector. 13 members of the Jamaican team. scheduler ; 0 meet Trinidad in twi retta Tournament whkl ooens OTI Wednesday arrived at Plarco Airport on Sun | special plane. Md the itrestgth ot Use team and felt it particularly Strong with an avciyears. MrBpecialh mentioned 10-veaiold Alfred Valentine, left hand Heavenly Hoel Q From Page i %  i beginning to %  ting round . to i.c gathering a,Ijnubang, about 10 miles from Bandung neld itself was undent in Dutch hands > The iotui believed to have made -imvituneoua at%  nruugh West J some cases by Moslem bands. Communications with Djakarta, lhe Indon. terllng was •drawn them last bight Observers thought he might \v waiting for a suitable moment to strike at tho Cabinet In fliaglgaj The Indonesian Cahn %  • ere when ne\pokesman the meeting The foxeea tj i UT %  i'mmand are sumelen," to eope with the Htualion — (Renter Chinese. Rossimf To Mukv Treat) MOSO 1 A ne and Chinee* i to I tlations M the part .mo || were draw %  %  Chirm e Premier and t%  %  . CnOU En I.:n to G.: i Stalm in Kremlin It formal vudi to th> Stale after 9oelei Poreign dd VysMnak) ai %  aeeompanie graph, the entire group uf anythinK with a ball and who he I | BUCh iti'im ill plan countries. IIK up the bank 11.i' %  i drafted by European Bnanclal experts. ill Plan nations and EC A would contribute funds to the central bunk. The bank would H^'I/ f ,u WeSU i" Buropean countries. Mr HofTman was said to have aggUfOd certain congressman that some form of clearing union would lie il i>n within 90 days. But n.l ..tale whether the pro1 ^ :i would eneom1 Qf* ]'|V| |1 o Sill 11 ItT Sunday %  Ccrlisle H,<\ Barbados, on Friday morning, January 13. at 7.30 o'clock. Capt. Hassell described the trip as very rough adding that the heavy seas threw water on the greater part of the voyage He also had very bad weather on the previous trip from Georgetown to Barbados. I ass all the Marshall tries or merely > small group of them. —Reuler B.G. Interior Commissioner Transferred To Solomons GEORGETOWN (By Mail). Mr. H. G. Gregory-Smith, Commissioner ut lhe Interior, British nice 1940. has resigned d the appointment oj Resident Commissioner of the British Solomon Islands Protec( terete, Wester:, Pa. Hie. as the lirst defence with.Educated al Kugby and Sandnis counsel R. F. Levy hurst, he sow active service in i a 100 minutes opening address World War 1 and 11. When the advancing; be conEvons Commission came to British [ sidered the prosecutions account Guiana he was elected to serve as of the n Ul ii in i / —Reuler. LONDON, Jan. 23. Btlan Donald Hume. V-yeax old defendant in tiie London murder trial, today told the jury that he wai known as I smuggler.'' i' anes ou tho fourth day of his trial for tho murder of car dealer Stanley Batty, whose dismembered body, dropped in parcels from an aircraft, was Oi sober on the river Thames' niiuHlats toilet preparations. lugRage Mid honi 1 Tho Prealdeni should <*• out 'only to tl tint tho loss HI revenue can ib) elimlnatli • huh now permit ROHH %  I..II. %  heir stton" As to 'HIMIMthe PreaMenl ri commended B "modei ate In%  %  f >B0,QW At the san i tnmended that the ia\ rsri unnme between |2 I 150.000 which Is al pre i ot the maximum of 69 per cent, be reduced at the same rale bOVO 100,000, Ho proposed that estate and ajfl lax laws be revised to provide uniform treatment and reduce present exemptions so ga only bring in more revenue*' but WO the fainn | gajtata and gif lows". (uts Musi Be Balanced The President made it plain that he would veto any tax cut that did noi at the same '.line bi mi; m new revenue to make up the loss. In Mi: nutesafle, the President discussed at considerable length %  'shocking" loopholes which he felt destined to go places. —Can Pre*i. Boen the Co IcatiiL ord (PP.! o lisbury. opposition leader In kdei in the House of nmittec on policy and politic i S r Crookshank and Sir David Maxwcll-Fyfe. Hume went into the witness box said allowed some peopl< i s to escape millions in taxes. As one example, he said that "under present law producers of motion pictutes and H players have attempted to avoid taxes by creating tempo. pon.tions which are fin" ecause I of the depletion allowance, was i able to develop prupcrti. > field-1 ing S5.U00.0O0 a year but paid onl\ 1 100 taxes over a t-yaai period, slthough hit non-oil sources alone was a million dollars a sai Truman did not Sttantut) the an. Me mentioned also Revenues )K.'ing losl "through the abuse tax exemption recorded by! •ioiial and charitable organise lions". Present taxes are iinii in about $37,300,000,000 this! I bis will be about inclpated ex-1 BIO Congress men said they! understood the Treasury--which! will give detailed reconn. io Congressional CommitLiter—would suggeat a cut from 20 to 10 per cent In the retail! tax on such things as cosmetics.i luggage and handbags. President Truman also recommended in his message to Congress changes in the laws afTectIIIK foreign earned Ineon encourage investments ah I line with his "point four" programme for the world's under de%  I Reuler. Blind Society's Seal iFYnm OAir london ^ormpondflnl* I-ONDON inmon Seal of tin iecently formed British Empue S.;clety for the Blind was seen by tho Councillors of the Bociet] their tirsi mee.Mn; recently. It bears the date 1950 in Brallll and Is the first of its kind ever l< be engraved in this way. The Soclaty was formeo earlier mis month to help in the training of the blind in British Colonial territories, and to compaJK" against the unhygienic conditions which create blindness. The formation of me Society caused widespread comment In Britain's leading newspapers, who critical of the progress made t" 1 date, and approved of the rv gap. "Advoeaie** ARE YOU More Irritable These Days? Has the "ivear-and-ltar" of modern livingwith its dady Klruititlo to make ends n,-. despite rthorUgeet und "high pnoen" begun to umar on your wires? Do you feI you're not et ling enough rert — and feri nu -dgy hull the time, yoo cun'l enjoy life any nan? Well, you can't help the unhappy condition of the world — but you can help vournelf ItecJaUM thousands of Canadsan sms. and women fmy tliev hod tbry take thtvo Wl their Mride -after taking Dr. Chaae's Nrrve Knd for a whilV This weU-known tonic wnfch contaiiw Vitnmin Mi, Iron and other needed raiiM-raU Mpa build up your vitality and aids in toning up your whole nyatcm t.et I>. Chaae'a Nerve Food today! Sen if you don't rtmt better, ml better, frel better. The name "Dr. Chase" i your aeaurance. The large "economy %  ise" is your best buy. i STOMACH Istw leetM nPTO-BISMOt -"•feelffsWeaw Pesns-iaaawa-eaBi ••• %  •ipxaaia-wa •g. •((•••• . ^ trrmt ^ "Malta, I '-IP..—.U..W ,...,. ........ 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