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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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“Times mach U.K. peers ss | Restrictions On Paymenis ©
n Sugar Issue | ae i
(Barbados Pt nang om Aes | | W est Java | A r e. R emoved

LETTER from Kirkwood of Jamaica in the “Times” Asks U.S.1. TOURISTS CAN SPEND

: saying, “The case of colonial sugar producers is
. misunderstood,” has lead that paper to write
] on colonial sugar. .
“Times” says that the terms offered the West
cannot be called anything but favourable and states

ence in British and Canadian markets gives pro-

five pounds a ton above the world price.
er’s —_—-— — For instance, Cuban sugar}
| costs five pounds less than British

B: ; ‘ |West Indiah last year. Tl
] Communist | Wimes admits that ane at

To Take Over FREELY IN UNISCAN AREA

| INDONESIA, Jan. 30. i
| West Java, shaken by threat o PARIS, Jan. 30,
| guerilla revolt, asked the Federa NeErwayY, Sweden, Britain and Denmark to-night an-
; Government of U.S, Indonesia to- > ¥ ic ¢

i i an ¢ ‘los sconomic co-opera-
rade Sui tahte Deb iadetaiarratienre nounced an agreement for closer economic I
}the State. The action was taken tion—the so-called Uniscan. ; ‘ 7
by a West Java parliament meet- This provides for an Anglo-Seandinavian Economic
ing at Bandung. It followed th Committee and removes many restrictions on payments
arrest of West Java Premier anc between the four countries. It is net concerned with fur-
of the resignation of his cabinet her liberelisat f trad
; Doth consequences of guerilla at- ther i beralisation of trade. ‘
tack ‘on Bandung by forces of the From a date to be announced (not earlier than March
Dutch renegrade soldier Capt 1) Sweden, Britain and Denmark will allow unlimited
R. P. P. Westerling, The dissolu- tourist expenditure in Britain or Seandinavia. A British

tion of the state of West Java, one . . ik i
‘ va, st w y ; as th as he likes in
f 16 states making up U.S.1. wa: tourist will be allowed to spend as much as he e





got
: | preference when selling to the
Ty s Sunk | United States but points out that
tt Cuba must sell half of her sugar
ras world price, whereas the
terms offered colonial producers
would provide an outlet for the
full crop at a preferential price.

OFF SOUTH CHINA

FORMOSA, Jan. 30.












) “hj se wk -” J mes ¥ ais — " Sone ‘ ve i “
quarters of woes Sat Commenting on Kirkwood’s jot expected to result in drastic Norw ay, Denmark or Sweden, just as he now can in the oh
ist. Air Force — oO aa | complaint that West Indians were x” immediate changes Authority sterling area. \ll four countries will allow } q
new onslaughts by 1 Tg ee forced to buy most of their im- in West Java already is in the current payments to be made be- a
ee Peto Me aan ports from expensive _ sterling aes api tar el asphie ns tara * rr. 1 ween them without restrictions. iy
Bpreparing for the invasion | «o.tces the Times says that de th sweeping: powers in. civil India Will Not tesides touri his freedom will ;
inan island off South China valuation has greatly redu ¢ i the! airs. He acts with powers of extend to all nents in respect ea
2 Lod {oe sduced the martial law directly under U.S.I!/ 1 *¢ H if -sonds a SE alt. ste | tent: Ve rt!
; ranhe in ctr ieee x — , 6weG xf goods for which an import li-
dquarters said that bombers Se aaa ton ae ee oe) Ministry. of Defence.-Can. Press. lc . ntify eTrse if ense is not required or has been b Par
“ =? ¢ aee.| 44 and sterling goods and ay. ¥ + by
; any gun implace-| * & 8 »btained: all other payme con- 7
plished many su it would be unreasonable to 7 5

Sete in raids on Liuchow penin- |
which juts out to within ten
siles of Hainan.

a purchasing agreement for years
| after 1952 on the assumption that

yo. rT e } With Soviet Aims nected with foreign rade and
Canada W ill NEW DELI, Jan., 90... freight: aervines aeiteheatien te

freight, services and royalties, in-















F reports said that severa} = eens import restrictions | ° Prime Minister, Pandit Nehru,| terest, dividends, amortisation and H
we heavy bombers had been| and price relationship will be the} Recognise id to-day that India in refusing} depreciation, _ :
Euewed to Hainan from| *4me then. identify herself with Soviet or! All these ll remain subject hs
5 oa The Times concludes: The ‘ e Vestern ieological aims i itrol to prevent abuses
oo Die heee said’ that difficulties always in making a Red China imply being true to her own; D nmark, Swed i Brit
ds had 5,000 motor power-| song term purchase agreement i view which she regards as avpy- free ul blocke i iedia 4
pjunks, andi other small craft) and the prospect now are unusual- | HONG KONG, Jan. 30. a but sch : ; citation . i
oath for Hainan’s invasion | ly obseure This is an additiona | Canada will have to’ make het ! - epsected. S Westen E yen | . { . t ¢ '
Hen. Shia Yu-Tsai, Director of|7¢ason fer caution in making a} ecision on recognition of Com- Y aie. ererpret ae aravernee ous ae ee ; :
Office of Hainan Defence|comMmitment for the distant | \unist China, L. B. Pearson, Can-| °' + + eorcign be ag mae nage) es eem¢ 3
fmmard, said that vessels would] future. Government have a duty tian Minister of External Affairs, | Ive if the ies th the contact! alread ony
fio move between 100,000 and|to offer some security and en- ‘ld a Press Conference. i ar r " snot Be cee eee” | eens baa ae en,
Communist troops across|cOuragement to colonial sugar} ‘ Penreon, said atthe reoegni-| co unig — or es an isola-| marl R
Hainan strait for assaulj| producers but must refuse to} * on would not be necessarily con ee oat or as an isola Reuter.
big island. jembark on a policy of unlimited | ‘ é — adictory to any desires to con- onis a
i said that Reds would never} liability.” | ei ye a un Communism, but would | be Rec ent public statem nts ° Actress And
to conquer Hainan with-! —By Cable *| i : » % nerely legal acceptance ot fact | india's aims, with insistence on| si
help, presumably, in ] ne natant SS | that the Reds control China. Can he elimination of poverty, igno

m of technical advisers, |

and submarines. Woman Chained

—Can. Press.

ran of am its ‘ a r : | ada’s action would be independeni nee and discrimination
THE EARL OF ATHLONE in the gown of Chancel lor of London University. This University is parent jof that of other Commonwealt! tiflably considered here
of the West Indies Univer ’ College, Jamaica, of which Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone will be | countries and of United State: icy which as positive as
installed as ancéljor next month. After the cere mony, the Earl and the Countess wi q

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ee holed Nine Moriths Stikker May Be | iG S.. U .K. Urged to Ask Stalin |that Great Britain and - stertin er ckoma, Washit
‘= as CAPETOWN, Jan. 30. DEE Doles. ae oe Sei gee Meee a Pe ore ware. eels an See ti
BOE Police Tit | aiasstrates Court sa a, OF el Te Co-operate In Control Ethiopia Objects | Ssusay. Jean's mother sad tha:
p pward Islands allegedly kept her chained to a| Leader ee

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40-year-old European taxi driver, | The appointment of Dutch! RR C ™ h | > r . ee. ‘
i orintend- cha ¢s ‘i sanath Told € he Bt an > > has i
apres. Ruveriptens ; Leshie, Sampson. ‘ | Foreign Minister D,, U. Stikker| ; »* WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 Bele CnOOIS lis cee ne "Gtooean. faalieatt » . oh
ed Super- r . . i stay tc, i “ “ 2 Se ae | ‘ : vans . . vs x : wrt , > 3 } So . sj
Be Paice in the ben. | The woman Gomnonsltated in | a political leader” of — the| Mr. David’ Lilienthal, Chairman of the United States | the United Nations that it Russia Boycotts
ue b v ie’ . r ehe was ch; . ‘ ror er an Wise . Te, ~ + p 3: | | . « >
lands’ police force. He| nap = she ge Sapien sae se Cee fot = Eco Atomic Energy Commission, headed off direct questions on | WILL NOW COST (connot. recognise” ‘the validity! - Ta “i %
Rake “ ie + bea. ene said sne we to ve 10mic o-operation 1S being , Midena z } oo . ons _ Ble aon ae Bh ct the Unite: Natior "y stoe. f | « ‘a ee
me Major F. S. Wigley,| \ it) Sampson in February 1948.| considered by the Dutch Cabinet| the Hydrogen Bomb at his monthly Press Conference to- | £60,000,000 he’ United tion , Truste Lith AONE €
W transferred to, Fiji. | She fe : sacs toes times | here tod well’ informed day. But he implied that the question of whether to make | Pp agreeme th i fol ; ;
; - _ | She left him three or four times | here today, usually well informed . : ? LONDON. Jan. 30 mmaliland., it “nounced LAKE SUCCESS
—Can. Press because he ill-treated her, but he} quarters say here, | the bomb was not the only issue involved, | jinal Griffin, rina: Cat? oe he " g y boycotted th
. coer > \ Care Z ; y mie ath cl day 1 od yyeotted t
; }prevailed on her to go back to| When the proposal was _ first} , He replied “Yes,” when ques- Archie op of adireitinees Ni nat oy: die bs citatiken Nation Committ an
. him. |made by the consultative group] e 6 ! tioned whether “any particular] ’ } t ns aa A British Cs tholic ares fr hi? E intoel 7 “* t) aides. Phonan
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- In January 1949 Sampson goti| of the oO a. 2. a a few days R bbe t ‘ weapon was be ing considered 7 : ; : = ‘ ae i. (ty ‘a . ‘ ‘ : ‘
Da . rn ‘ . r : : ; 1 e | te pre the ust ol nh rve 0 usteeship Coun- € Ve i etu
| In BG k loods a chain which he said he wantec| ago in Paris it is believed Stikker E n rop Ss This was considered to be a hint Un ‘a gs of the Cath. | Me ‘Ware S Gnaeus . Ati boa Jationall Chir
DRGETOWN, B.G.. Jan. 30.) for a dog and, under the pretence} declined in favour of Paul-Heni that the Hydrogen Bomb was un- , ; : j Nat Oo



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i rE ring, he A t aroy . ax 3e der active consideration Presi x
rainfall has caused floods Ob TARPE TOY coe, ee E se i "t — ee: Proper ty foil a } it ; e ection candidates overt ent 1ex red Sit | !
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several hundred quare | the woman's foot and locked tht ne w seems that Ex-Premier a ee hinted a nuch | Pia’ Cotintne “Kava towel eamdt’| : ave Hand ca lelimite , ‘i Nations’ C
c : S vy 0 ¢ g .: ’ sive 7} s race erence | t wee wae , ‘ & } y 7
Of the coastal agricultural! | other end to the bed Spaak is not being put forwar« Y - ne ret Pr OOLSEST ON ay, , plained that school reorgani mntier exist id since none Committ
t here bringing seriou live The witness said last Easter ne | @nd that Stikker has agreed t | on isca CC | There ate involved matters af- | ind building estimate i been iwreed t¢ und nee} f ‘
e > oN ~ ‘ 1 r mn C > oF ati je noet | | fecting Y itar tate ‘ton | 5 vaseee . 7 : a as at
losses, ruining the Sprinz|teleased her for two days. Then} accept if he can retain his px fecting military noe ‘“) 10,000,000 under the 1944 Edu-| the Ethiopian Government have
crop and ir oe , as : he kept her chained 1 furthe is Dutch Foreign Minister NUREMBERG. J 30 'energy. and other consideration o \ , Ma aacabat: <5 e ri aiaattias tisfact $4 | ‘
Q drowning at least; " pt f ‘ a ae ¢ mn NUREMBERG, Jan. 3 sic . ‘ ere te ) on Act W ow co eA yt € d atisfaction rom} ’
‘ It would be for the O.E.E i which cannot -be stated by those} ‘~ elaat :
person. —Reuter, ria months. I Cc 5 iltnthen: pt ; BE. A German Denazification Court} of ys who have access to informa- | 190,000,000 | the isteeship on their request} po o remoy i
E —Reuter. onsultative Group to decide if|, nae dle a . . rs aie aS ' Che Catholic hierachy has} r participation in ( york oft! —~Reuter
the purpdse of a political leader; De" today classified the former} tion,” Mr. Lilienthal added oo iy eh +H ledeldthe: « tht dm Cam t } siotinpii’ .
could be German Foreign Ministet Joa- proposed that, if the loca t ouncil on the basis of tt

served by a time states- It was reported from London by | !

in | a ny ~ € ni lchim von Ribbentrop, who was| Reuters Ne s Age i. uthorities would be responsible! ht ecorded to Ethiopia, by aly °, ‘
orkers Go On 50,000 Tons Of ards hana a sdtuaeinane tn 1946, ol Ameren ag agency at) co, ll expenditure upon thej| article 79 of the Charter: the Italy \pproves

—Reuter America and Britain were to-day



“major Nazi offender”, The court hools, Catholic managers woul thhopian Government's reluctar























should consider other matters in-| : ;
ligious ettlement embodied

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. rT 7 ‘ , . urged to make a joint effort at the} ; : , S : ne ri ait a ry . 1
Ke Int St. Lueia W heat k or U.K. e {ordered confiscation of all his] highest level to ask for Marshal| “85° ‘he s¢ hoe! SR aucbort | 1s tie es . tate joa janie | realy W ith l N.
: 3 Acheson Asks k or ] property; which is so small that | Stalin’s co-operation in an effective | ‘ : 7 ‘ hs ee t th rv acner I ' ogn tl Li tity { Pe ; I bias
los Advocate Correspondent) PARIS, Jan. 30. ; - . aes it will not cover the costs of his} plan for international control of rignt to Mer, dh “ horiti , cn ol = ‘ ee — 3 . eae S ;
ST. LUCIA. Jan. 30 a Franco-British agreement E als We Aj F \ posthumous trial. | atomic energy and other weapons jand concede to Me - ori , ‘ ne . prepared 0) . oon < 7 t alia re
’ . ‘ ayn ne ee . > } tine s rewuiatin 1 ‘ rie I sLCeS ounce 0 J V nme ( mic
Prs went on strike at i0 | providing for the supply of 5 ),009 COnOMIC L id Y OF | fhe property of Ribbentrop, | of mass destruction by Mr. Ray-| *’ power of «ref " , rent , wee aip . ; = . y , : , ,
O& Monday after the final} metric tons of wheat to Britain . ‘ vhich has been under control at} mond Blackburn, a British mem- : iculum {eee age 7 oe . ; re Pane ee
ss - Pt tn One 1 ¢ . ‘ » serva tic iT: I n iven b the r ach} tne ited 1
hg of Government and the | has virtually been concluded, it South Korea ja Nuremberg bank since the end] ber of Parliament : et eee soa a ‘ = +1 ; ears ti toimats It ' : i
t : ‘ Vy vell- : ¢ . oo . ‘ s j tha teachers é > te ior i n years u esnit i t ste )
delegation at Government | was disclosed in usually well | of the war, amounts to about Apprehensive ty : Chan oe the Ghurch as {cover hers tormer colony vende ; : :
On Sunday failed to break |informed . French quarters last WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 1,500 marks. The costs of the ~~ In a letter published in the re abletente Helindsand' abate : Seite
lock. The situation is| night | Seeretary of State Dean Ache- | were estimated by the court at) Londen’ Times, Mr. Blackburn,) ‘*® ia ‘ 3 7
a 9 _— | = — oe Pe 9 Or aii oe a | : This plan has been r¢ 1
—(By cable) . —Reuter. |son to-day asked the House of | over 2,000 marks | who is considered a Parliamentary | 7 ; by the Minister of Educa- rae ai 3
y —_——— - - Representatives Foreign Policy | A defence motion to release part | expert on atomic energy, expressed | {° — herd aie Genatiy salen Ls e 5 - e )
e o leaders to support a new effort to | of the property as educational aid; apprehension on the question of} ‘* s Lit ai “ Parties hatie NI ) | EE
i to dicine provide economic aid for South |for the three children of Ribben-} the “hydrogen bomb”. Die Pree " aikouti th it the 2.8 ; 1 eC¢ 4 n - € Tsia j
| = rs a ¢ . e Korea. trop was rejected by the court. He also suggested that a “secret| " Sar ' rt the Catholic re- e i i
The House recenthy rejected by | His wife and five children at pre-| conference between Stalin and the ee neees thay pposed By Serious 6 rthe ul es o {
>V > give the Re im | cay are ; ¢ wige sear| / ric. : > ig < ies ECAUSC , Te = OPPoses }
one vote a bill to give the Repub ent are living at. Lewiges, near} American and British negotiators | ‘ any interference with the! 2 / a a ¢ J ;
LN, Jan. 3

' ® lic sixty million dollars to help | Cologne.—Reuter.
E : ith Human Flesh its economy } —_

cluding the issue of economic help 0

An amended bill,.already passed

LONDON. Jan. 30. by the Senate, will now be sub- | Prince Bernhard

for the Soviet Union and her sat C
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Ter d mitted to the House for anothet “There j much. which th ‘ersian UH pol where more thal OU ! vere ae
for stalks tiny Basutoland people to-day because j vote It would also extend the ‘ ; t Soviet Union could gain from rr . eported killed by series of shary earthquake

hy of their doctors make medicine with human flesh {aid end date until June 30 thi: Lays Wreath At policy of friendship with us instead W ill Delay Divorce : ae :

rn from living victims, who later die. Tees of enmity towards us 1 :

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ie l i il p*hronologist, Gwilym nto Korea.” Acheson told the | VENEZUELA, Jan. 30 shensi\ ‘ | . . es 9) a . as ,
; 7 i ++ returned from moun- |! brea. 4 eon 5 ; Nis SLA, dé . comprehensive settlement could B I : | ae ; i
. am Iv poh bas eS TG orate in | House Foreign Affairs Committee. Prince’ Bernhard arrived here} or should be reached which do¢ ergmalt } ( G randi s Death | Wednesdi
; hee ee . aaa —Reuter. today from Curacao. He is visit-| not seek to safeguard the freedom : ‘ | | Repo ft the disaster were
: tur g }
ats Warned | South Africa, gave that picture. , LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30. | (he 1 Tnx India | delved in. reaching. ‘Tereran
There, at request of the British ' > Sitar” weld ‘ servec no india i an
; : | Government he made a four- = q sovernment. He was welcomed] central Europe, who are being so| 1 evel Anas shat breaks — in ommunications. te 1
; nt, & J ¢ . ; . : th sha s cesmeé today tha . Raich ‘0 4 , the j
" Of Attack month study into a wave of medi- Elected Member Of at the Maiwetia airfield b¥] ruthles#ly persecuted araueh : ore a OS i. hate NEW DELHI, Jan. 30 jushire, 5f outh of the 1
; SAI cine murders ; } " epresentatives of the Foreign “In two or three years time| 2¢ ye dete fi 7%: we ‘ : Se soniverkary: ob i ) he a
IGON, Jar 30 eo ia jal aw d . Ministry, officials of. legations] from now. the Soviet Uni w aiffornia divorce. trom é ; mee ‘pigy ti j mage \ ! reherat
‘ : » In an interview, he told this Concourt Aea emy embers , I ~ ' inst “46 P va s on. wi}! tar wife Ingrid Bergman until an vis Ganahi weer rer ' , y
Vietnamese civil servants |story of macabre killings which ind members of the Diplomatic) presumably have developed so| ‘ ae br goood aban : el i id ,
° " F om 1 | agreerne ~ache ‘ ~ | to-day a ) I ; :
Sived letters ¢ ; wes housands of Basuto a 30 orps. Prince Bernhard ‘aid a] many’atomic bombs that, to say|®#recrnent 38 reached o India by Praye eoti é janes would carry reliet /
P (Vie letters from. Viet-| have filled ¢ “eri s PARIS, Jan. 390, vreath at the tomb of Simon] the least, they could cripple this| munity property and custody of |!" plies to Bushi }
Mam Nz al Move > e with dread. Nadine unghie T ot a " _— . “ > ~veare aughte ! p i 6. Ma .
a National M ve pape ay “s suto chiefs believe that Pierre Macorland, French Rei Bolivar, South American Libera-| country before war broke out by| their 11-year-old daughter ! i The. city. valth: @ pabulllitalk of }
attacked — tae oe we No weg maggot heal sickness and |er whose “Quai Des Brumes 6 tes tor. their surreptitious use,’ ee Bergman has filed suit in |’! ied) at hall a. bout 20,000. is one of the main
Shortly b iet- 1é 2S € me 5 3 ® . , film of the y exico ' er | ¢ ; D> +14
a ; ; Saha - | came » well-known fi —Reuter ~~ (Reute ‘ : ‘ | Lranie yorts « ‘ arsian Gults
. @ asking them io stay |protect them against evil — — = * rk today unanim- se (Reuter) Miss Bergman, now in Europe, | ‘ic buildings in Delhi, Preside Lranian ports Per ing, Fae
0h their offices, jt was}ences and bad times. Anyone Oy, ea eela somber of the has refused to say anything on the | Reiendra Prasad, offered prayers | say ]
Med here to-day. A ij feels that he needs protection and] ously elected a men * mail ~ e subject ’ the spot where Gandhi fe |
: “da According | . ery . . . ; “adem whose nain is pct. 1 W 1% } l Se a
: ‘ eat av for soes to Concourt Academ) 2 : p : bs ‘ at idhan. Was se } anne
ficial announcement to-day | ene. sora to “gr a e ceactibes function is to award the annual 2? ) ut n arsna AAl | Roberto Rossellini, Italian Film ime, Maples Neh, DRO Di
me Jear-old Viotnamese igi:] | doctor. The doctor |} . ananitie - veel | Direetor whom she, it is reported, ne Minister Patel and Nether- | y ‘ t > \ . rag
Killed ‘ = icine ade from parts of}| Concourt literary prize. e e e " ; : } atican / ppr Ooves '
Bewled and nine Vietnamese | medicine, mac | He fills the seat vacant since the Wi T P. t plans to marry, declined last week | a Ambassadk Lamping )
ert hand grenade attack |""Uman bodies death last’ September of Lucien aus oo CSSLMNISTILC to answer a direct question on the | behalf of the diplomatic corps, | Garreau Plar /
mMurday, | Jones said that most potioins De caves, novelist, playwright and , ts | matter. Vernon said a pre-|laid wreaths at Rajghat, where| 1
irders vy a pattern. Large| Vescayes, » 0 ie ie an. : vations on it, alrea argels rorce se ont had bee ff- | Gandhi was cremate: } , |
—Reuter. | murde rs follow ; 2 De nee oiganete journalist, who was the last sur i" BONN, Jan. 30 s Pade’ catite’ he ent y gel) | divor« e settleme n h id been oO I. yandhi was cremated | VATICAN, Jan. 30.
| groups of people usualy .{vivor of the original ten members The West German Government é I » he sai ered by Miss Bergman’s attorneys —Reuter. | Vatican sources. white approv- "
FO eniarcteeenenn them . The doctor goes into a} warded the frst Concourt] today answered criticisms of. its It ‘was understood thai tl ind a counter-proposal made by ling “in pt inciple” the Garreag H
i >|} who aws G iM : t . ; : + : g 1e the arres
} trance and then maybe re | oie in 1903 ( c policy in a statement} second German document whic Ir *. Lindstrem’s counsel, and that Palan'¢ Fe eis. See de |
vis Br ig k , ‘ear of a man or skin off the face | pr’ Golet * best | ce ing derationing and calling] was handed to E.C.A,. officials} was where the matter now stood bn ‘ } pie or Jel m, we day
, a Mme Colett France's es nding derationing an 5 é Ki d 1 reluctant to give detailed com- |
ca Out }of a young girl or parts of = known woman novelist, succeeded | f¢ foreign loans to Germany tried to show with the aid « «| —Reuter. | 1 ille if] Gun ears , |
YOHANNESR UR . 3 ony Of A YOUN OF OE Ne a ; ; President of the Concourt] A vkesman for D1 Franz | statistics the difficulties facing| ; Sin © usuall n touch with 1
* 4d non Eur ve bo has just given Dirt) ne | A ademy last November Bluecher, Vice-Chancellor and{the West German Gavernment,| ; Battle eacoli tiv me foe Ve ee
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LT anne
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Thank You

ETURNINC to her work in
Washington D.C. on Satur-
day was Miss Wilma Stoute who
had spent six weeks’ vacation with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. V. E
Stoute at Worthing. Also return-
ing by the same opportunity was
Miss Norma Smith who came to
Barbados to spend her holidays
with her sister Mrs. Sybil Cave
These girls have asked Carib to
thank their many friends for the

Personal Preference |

O works of Chopin, “Les;
Sylphides,” Ballet and!
Nocturne in F Sharp, and Peter |
Tschaikovsky’s Nuteracker Suite}
will be included in the next con-}
cert in the series Persondi!
Preference, which takes place at)
the Eritish Council headquarters
Wakefield on Wednesday Feb. ist
at 8.15 o'clock.
has been chosen by Mr. Donald
Wiles.

AND Mrs. Jack O'Dowd
an gave a Cocktail Party
Royal Barbados Yacht
Saturday evening, in
Mrs. R. McCarthy-
O'Leary’s and her daughter’s
(Elizabeth) visit to Barbados.
Mrs. MeCarthy O'Leary is the
ge daughter of the late William
o Fogarty, founder of Messrs.
Ay Williayn Fogarty Ltd.
| Over two hundred and forty
: r guests were invited and there was



the
Club on

honour of


















eg eneS ci the Club's somroum warm welcome extended to them Should there be an electricity
‘ rare the evening. Following iS Guring their stay here. ‘They cut the programme will not be
ere aot my tes mr hope to return to Barbados soon interrupted in any way, as 2

‘= = "Campbell, Hon. and Mrs. again for another vacation. special gramophone has been

= uke, Mr. — eS Miss Stoute is on the staff of secured by the British Council,

( rodb poder ge Pre "ee Combined which works from an accumulator,

the Office. of The
British Chiefs of Staff in Washing-
ton and Miss Smith is employed
with the British Embassy.

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Will Stop At Tobago

R. AND MRS. GEORGE E.
BOWLES of Providence,
Rhode Island, who arrived on the
“Mauretania” will be stopping off

Cpmmander and Mrs. L. A. Eggies-
and Mrs. A. Nyren, Lt.-Col.
J. Connell, Capt. and Mrs. J. A
and Mrs. Dean Kievan, Mr
Kievan, Mr. and Mrs

and which gives good reproduction.

Bach’s Chorale “Jesu Joy of
Man’s Désiring,” Country Gardens
by Percy Grainger and Concerto!
No. 3 in G Major by Mozart will
also be played. Admission to the
concert will be free and no tickets
are required.

Mrs. J. P. O'Mahony,
D. .Maskell, Hon Vv. Cc. Gale,
and Mrs. Maurice Cave, Dr.
r Mr. and Mrs





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& Paris s sette | 4 Gloria De HAVEN COBURN,
ghee a eve- 4, N.B-—-Patrons are asked to note the present seh
m Electric Company are endeavouring to suppl a ae
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aot being modelled on the founda-
aon garments which gave the
chestless, straight-up-and-down
look of the 1920s. :

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EF a new all-in-one foundation,
Ff | which produces an uplifted bust
+ {line irons out hips, and gets rid
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at Tobago where they will spend Steel Band for England | February collections will pre- | SON RIVERA ALBERT PEDRO
a couple of days with friends on : Short Dress Preferred |
| oe RE ee mst aris designers iast-minute TONY ARCHER CLEVE JONES
; as és been completed“ and the| | |sent Paris designers last-mite |
fc, ard Mrs. . date known for the departure to| | | rulings on the short evening dress | ERNEST SMALL ROY SMALL
of Satawale Mr ew Sir. and. Bare English Poetry England of Antigua’s “He'l's | |although, the average os
se 3 ire Mitchell, Mr Gate” Steel Band it is hoped tt at} | 5 |reaction to it will not ke gauged | Wed., Feb. 1st—JITTERBUG & QUARTETTE CONTEg
> on R. HUGH POPHAM who is a broadeast will be announced. : \Sedreh. Paris Season opens 1) | Thurs., Feb, 2nd — LOCAL TALENT PARADE
Mr. and Mrs himséit a poet is lecturing Other West Indian Islands will March. : ad TICKETS ON SALE Bi
and Mrs c Shepherd, on “English Poetry” for the be notified of the scheduled time. At the moment, only the a, 1 SALE NOW
seen Sete University College of the West “Brute Force, ond het omy. || snactest, women aro. wears |
s. Greig, Dr dies at 8.1 ‘ : ‘ + | midcalf-length, strapless et .
“mee anaes ca. “— the programme also. -itube, which Fath launched in ee ee 66460
Popham contends that critics and «>» «» | | October. ’ ; , 1% "
others often use words like | F é * Giner designers prefer % ROY AL THE 4 ;
“Classical” and “Romantic” too «At Home’”’ at Govt House; |evening dresses with easier-™™ 1@ a4 é TRE a
loosely and urges a clearer and ome ' ices wear, uneven hemlines and . :
more precise use of such termin- AST Wednesday there was an ¥e j curving, strapless decolletees. x NO SHOW TO-DAY
ar. ond Se Ology. The lectures include read- “At Home” at Government
. Mr_and Mt; ings from English Poetry of all House, Antigua, in order that} a3 : lused to drive her to the Adelpni |} TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY 8.30 p.m.
Mir rtin, Mr. Charlie seriods and are followed by members of Council and Govern-} .s eee : . lin the old days. "He did it “just |@
es See OT eal A. Guat Mr discussion. An introductory talk ment Officials could meet Mr. P. D.| =—— ‘ a se | tor the fun of the thing’— 1@
h J ‘ sa has been given and new-comers MacDonald the new Colonial Sec- " a e ok a ~ |said she had not changed |
Mrs. B. ctor will be welcome at the second retary and Mrs. MacDonaid.| DOROTH WALKER BESS AND SUIT. The suit is in apse | Seece her Gaiety Girl days, except |
7 ' = lecture of the series on Wednesday Music was provided by “Brute | tie-silk with detachable white collar. The ores ws grey and {that she was now better dressed- Whispered in terror by ovtlews...
ainn K » February Ist. Force” Steel Band. | white checked with over-skirt and tiny high white collar. ; She has h r of pairs of the Bame that’s tops ig westem fam .
ww? . e Learrings, and was wearing a pair
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Mi x .
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: A UNIQUE wholesale dressmaker business has grow — ta
; } upin London—unique because it is built round one woman,) .cuctail SUNSET CARSON
| Dorothy Walker, who models clothes f or folde with LINDA STIRLING - BOB
| It all began some twenty years nt t ollar Directed by THOMAS CARR» § a
|ago when the owner of a whole- be Sion ons Me
\sale ciress-house spotted Dorothy purt rn ;CONmy
roodelling at a show. For some
he had realised the acute
age of designs for outsize CROSSWORD
: = r as he preferred to call core Pe oh eae ea
; women. : a
i Geo. Amos. Mt a>¢ WERE ARE SOME of the 100 Grenada exhibits on show at the nt ee

British Council. They are the work of school children.



























¢ Mrs. Harrisor From The Cold Of Canada Comings and Goings |
. «> = wemaep & ¢. wae, SACK. MESTIER, Assistant
: - PaNeeaee te , “hemist at the St. Kitts}
Laugh. This One Off a CE, Eng, MSA., Can., Factory saeead to St.|
“Trinidad spend the winter away on Sunday by B.W.1A. after
H® E’S-en amusing story ¥ n cola wit of C anada. spending three weeks here with |
es from Trinidad ee ee ‘ect @hG the Department of Science an
: e caite Tr i eer from + oron oO and has Agriculture.
pr ctised all over the Province ¢ : . . |
efecentiy ig Trinidad of Ontario ag well as in Ragland. py, P. G. F. H. Van der Brugh |
oe eemewad ng Thaw une staying on Director of Economic Affairs. |
an on a> Se a aribo returned home via
* 4 d a a hae at by B.W.LA. yesterday, |
2 A; «<> ing three weeks’ holi- |
y in tt iterest of his health
* i. Stop! ‘ zuest at the Hotel Roya! |
ev _ STERDAY afternoon at prof. C. G. Beasley, Economi¢
at oe Adviser to C. D. and W. returned! |

from Grenada over the week-end
y B.W.LA. after paying an official

visit to that colony.



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€ is really to be about large retort with a mixture of
5 Hit and Miss glue, the dust of fish-bones,
2 is eee AL ont dabrees ohn tent beetles’ wings and asafoetida. |
ke ek creation oe oe that Then, saying Hum, Ho, Ha, and|
i nany f0u i stone vl rid. |
i n n the season starts her friends twirling her left leg round wid
& ; . ©S dershins, four inches from the
J say she is “coming into lay. P
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ie it was an actress who, when contents of the retort over his
‘> given the word to swing the ; ic?
en Seine Cine ok ae mr. © head. “What on earth is this?”
fh} enprere Rene .& the bows spluttered the discomfited fool.
ve ‘ everybody ©! 4 ship missed the mark, and “The retort discourteous,”
He ed came from Caught the mayor a stinging welt youch-safed the saucy ol aaiie:
' iy S had ever Om the mazzard. She cried, “What aa meh S88
oF rd Salaar @ Clumsy little fool I am.” “Yes, : ° le Fi
rsh alamis. The @ren’t you?” shouted the mayor Animals First
i © had their own “1 didn’t come here to be THEY wanted a little bamboo
i n acquaint- insulted she said with a house for Mme. Butterfly at
es Pe ielightful pout Oh.” said the Covent Garden. But, apart from
ig he dr mayor didn’t you? Then why 4 world shortage of bamboo
SR Te : 10Us did you come?” owing to the building up ol
Poe Persi the Salamis stockpiles reserved for sick
oe oe ‘ Fram them it spread into In Passing pandas, the difficulty was trans-
5 Indi A CLERGYMAN thinks that . Apqerey the eat Fay
Afterthought more people would read the Ordered Cor ine. Butseray,
AN ' j if a ~ Bible if it had a more attractive and, thinking that this was ob-
: Eee me lay-out.” Also, if it were given viously a mere human being,
ave bec a more up-to-date title, I su se, and that there was no hurry,
ste.of bewild eet le . Pe * the suppliers put it on a ship
a’ : racular Remark of Sibyl Waa the “Mme,” been omitted
ty pointed out that “And who, fair hag, will win from the order, the bamboo
he brouhgha and the election?” asked the politi- would, of course, have been
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. tter in 1938.

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have not kept
‘dothing is concerned,
F geal of the increased
le to-day is often
expenditure by
articles.

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0 today

which

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ve these a
clothing of comparative

s women face the
Before the war

| But today, women shop-
#to find a pair available
ally at $1.65. Nylons are

sbiainable and retail at

hich sold at $10.
$15 before the war
between $35 and
@resses which fetch

peold in 1938 for less

an paid $6 fir a hat
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{ lable at less than
eday a smart calf hand-
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hever caused much
the war at the reas~
of $1, but a lost um-
fig) Means a fresh out~!
home seamstres®
ar a party dress sold at’

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May, she can hardly
make a chance on making
mh comparable material
at least $4.50 a yard.
Ns clothing
parallel rise in

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23.50 53.00
2.20 7.60
-50 1.85
2.10 5.80
1.75 2.80
1.60 2.65 |
10 40
50 1.20
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1950

| Found: A
Saxon City

| ROMSLEY, Worcestershire,
i (By Mail)
A buried city, claimed to be

| that of Kenelmstowe, 1,000 year-
| old legendary seat of the Saxon
boy-king Kenelm of Marcia, has
| been unearthed a few miles from
Romsaeey by a group of local
; archaelogists,

1 Because of the importance of
the finds, major excavations un-
der the Birmingham University
Department of Archaeoglogy will
be carried out this Spring.

|; The kingdom of Marcia ex-
isted in Britain from the sixth

hich to-day cost) century to the Norman invasion.
hes. W! 180 It survived many years of war-
are than > “wnat it was| fare with the independent king-
/ , ar-| dom of Northumbria and at one

t
t

shire border to Hampshire and
from Wales to East Anglia.
Discovery of the boy-king’s
Holy City was made by a group
of men digging in the cornfields

je 0 aign, top
"election ee oe ana near Romsiey after the harvest,
nis being given Ds ae Strange shadows cast among the

harvest stubble in the Clent val-
ley gave the first indication of the
buried city.

Local Folklore

Loca] folklore has it that news
of the martyrdom of Kenelm in
the ninth century was carried “by
the birds of the air to the Pope
of Rome,’ who made the young
king a saint and ordained his
royal city as a holy place for/
pilgrims.

Even today the old people of
the Clent hills believe in the
healing power of a spring said!
to gush from the ground where |
the king fell and now housed in|!
the chapel of St. Kenhelm. {

But history books have never |
; accepted the legend and although
another Kenelmstowe existed in
the Middle Ages, the holy Saxon
city remained —like Atlantis—a
myth,

Now two well-known Midland
} England archaelogists—J. Wilson
| Jones, borough librarian of Row-
ley and founder of the local
Archaelogical Society, and James
T. Partridge, of Romsley—believe
they have found Kenelmstowe at
Romsley.

With 17 members of the society,
they already have uncovered
the foundations of a palace and
many homes which they think
date back to Saxon times.

Claimed Wilson Jones to-day

“Historians who scoffed at the
existence of Saxon Kenelmstowe
have been proved wrong.

“We found it after delving into
hundreds of twelfth-century
| documents and ancient maps and
and studying the strange out-
; lines left in the cornfields near
Romsley after the harvest.”
—I.N.S.





New Design for Skis

TOKYO, Jan. (By Mail).

A new design for skis, embody-
| ing the principles of the law ol
| dynamics, has been developed by
| two Japanese engineers.
| Prof. Ichiro Tani of Tokyo
| University and Ken Omori, an
| eeronautical engineer, have built
|a pair of hickory skis eight feet
| in length and moved the buildings
| 14 inches forward of their con-
ventional position.

They claim this should make
| skiing easier and faster.
—ILN.S.



| Kills Woman;
_ Hangs Himself

KINGSTON, Jca.
Tragedies still continue to pile



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“Not only made a joke about a ‘politician—but actually made a NEW joke about a politician.”

Vernam Field
Leased To

Small Farmers

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan.,

(By Mail).

A portion of Vernam Field,
Which has just been given up’ by
the Americans—it was a former
military encampment and then
airfield—will be leased to small
farmers for the production of
food crops. The area is exten-
sive, but only about 300 acres
can be used for the cultivation
of native foods. Wells on the
property will supply irrigation
water.

Bustamante
Gets Strikers
To Work

KINGSTON, Jamaica.

Workers on Caymanas Estate,
which is only a few miles out of
Kingston, struck a fortnight ago.
The cane cutters demanded the
dismissal of three members of the
staff, whom they claimed were in-
imical to their interests—oppress-
ed them. Bustamante took up
their cudgels, but after investiga-
tion found that the cutters had
no real grievance, and ordered
them back to work. Promptly the
T.U.C. officials stepped in, advis-
ing the workers to continue with
the strike. They held out for two
weeks, then, at last a day or two
ago, the majority heeded Busta-
mante’s advice and returned to
work. Busta is now ridiculing the
T.U.C. men on their failure.

A bigger issue, however, is
Bustamante’s claim on the Sugar
Manufacturers’ Association for the
major portion of the extra £3 10s.
to be paid by the Imperial Govern-
ment for West Indian sugar. He
wants it for all grades of workers
in the fields and factories. The
S.M.A. officials are now negotia-
ting with Bustamante, whose
Union, from 1948, has been recog-
nised as the sole bargaining power
on behalf of the sugar workers,
and a joint committee has been
set up to negotiate the issue. The
T.U.C. has demanded to be heard

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of 1938,

eck before the war the
was available it
day, $600 would just
pay the furrier’s biil

Of comparable qualit;

—(LN.S.)

Ben For Uncle

LONDON, (By Mail).
geen Import Scheme,
to keep “green’
% trade names es-
Britain before the
Continued in 1950 on
IS as in 1949.

Temains at 20 per-
M individual manu-
a average trade

Shas been

ad to the
a a2 foods allowec
mh under the scheme

—LN.S.

ley Shakes
‘th Busta

amaica (By Mail).
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5 a ee ed

existing

meat of the P]
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pains due to the symptoms of

been at least six violent deaths.

four, with over a dozen people in
| Hospital, some seriously injured |
| There have been one_or two mur-
| ders, including a man who cut
|his ex-paramour to pieces be- |
cause she would not come back
to him, and then hanged himself.





2 Jamaican Police
Get Scholarships

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

Police scholarships awarded
annually for special studies in
the United Kingdom have gond
|}to two natives — sub-inspector
|W. H. McIntosh and Sergeant
| Orville F. Bernard. They leave
|the island early next month foi

in| England, and will be away for six

| months.
|

|



their request is not acceeded to,

laugh at the mention of | Motor car accidents accounted for|‘hey are going to call a strike on
the British woman |

the big sugar shipping port of
Westmoreland, to show their pow-
er. Bustamante derides their
challenge



Present Salaries
Not Enough
—~BUSTAMANTE

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

Proposal for increasing the sal-
aries of members of the House of
Representatives from £550 to £750
per annum, and those of elected
members of the Executive Coun-
cil from £1,100 to £1,300 per annum
with increases of travelling allow-
ance from £3 to £8 per week anid
an increase of the Speaker's sal-
ary from £900 to £1,000 will be
brought before the House early
in its coming session by Busta-
mante, who claims that the pres-
ent salaries are not enough
the work members are required
to do, and the expenses incident

for

| to carrying out such work.



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British Troops
Sent To Border

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2 Burglars |
Shot Dead |

IN JAMAICA British troops, waiting to hand

: Somaliland back to the Italians,
KINGSTON, vee sean | are heading for the Abyssinian
Burglars are having a hot time Se ee ee
from householders who get awake | ¢rontier ibe: - sila
in time to see them dt their work. Driving through the. nigh b
in the past few weeks two burglars |) 04 = t a He yee a “i
have been shot dead after enter- | a ir gag on re
jing homes. In the last case the | ‘von: na, greying Major Caries
intruder had armed himself with paktaotg - ) Moyens, seuyont-olt
a revolver, which he had stolen | tank officer from Guildford, Sur-
from the bedroom of the owner’s | rey’. x
son. The owner facer him with a wei was recalled from leave in
shot gun. Both pulled trigger at wget flew ne ee
fhe same instance. “The robber) amd. stared on 2 $00-mile road
dead. Ss g . ie
he had eaote ia tema “ after hurried briefing over lunch,
safety catch. Because there are no railways,

| Border Regiment infantry and
P.N.P. Ma ‘ Or





jarmoured cars, like their com-
;mander, are going by road. And
| their orders are “Shoot to kill.”
| They are taking all supplies

| Or . | with them—even water in 250-
For Kingston ic isis,
The “war” against the raid-
lers in rocky desert and thorn

bush country, is
}at least a
mile front.

Camel Booty

Raiding tribesmen have round-
ed up 1,000 camels at a time while
watering between Tet and God
Dere, and have driven them into
Abyssinia around Callafo.

Border raiding is common at
this season. But there is a differ-
ence this year. The Ogaden people
know fhe Italians are returning.

And they dispute parts of the
border fixed when Britain gave

expected to last

Th Mayorshi i , :
e fayorship of Kinston fortnight over a 90-

deadlocked from last year Novem-
ber as a result of Labour and PNP
being equally represented in the
Corporation Council — the former
with the assistance of the Hon

George Seymour, Custos of St.
Andrew — will shortly be settled.

ceedings asking the Court to name
& date for the election. It will be a
PNP Mayor, as they now have a
overwhelming the
Council.

majority on

a ee Ogaden bBayk to Abyssinia in
1948.
Jamaica To Get British troops have walkie-

talkie radios and bigger sets to
keep in touch with Mogadishu,
where Brigadier Taunton, the
area commander, awaits progress
reports,

New Deep Water

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

The biggest deep-water pier
in the island will be built at the
western end of Oche Rios Bay,
eapable of accommodating ships
larger than those which can now
be accommodated at any pier in
Jamaica. The building of this
pier will start in the next few
months and should be completed
in two years. An overhead cable
approximately six
miles will bring the ore to the
pier where facilities will be pro-
vided for loading a 12,500 ton
deadweight carrying ship, to be
built in Great Britain, in twelve
hours. The bauxite will be
taken to smelting plants owned
by the company in the United
States.

A citizen has filed mandamus pro



Trying To Unseat
Nethersole

KINGSTON, Jamaica.

Mr. L. G. Newland, former
Mayor of Kingston and M.H.R.
for the central area of St. An-
arew is trying to unseat Mr. So-
licitor N. N. Nethersole, promi-
nent sportsman, who is now in
Trinidad as Manager of the Ja-
maica cricket team, and will be
going to Barbados in connection
with the selection of the West
Indian team to tour England this
summer.



Dissatisfied With
Elections

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).
The High Court will soon fix
a date for the hearing of four
election petitions — two brought
by Labour Members, one by PNP
and one Independent— who were
unsuccessful candidates at the re-
cent elections to the House of Re-
presentatives. The charges are all
based on alleged malpractices
turing the election campaign.

Another suit is that of Mr
Cleveland Lewis, one of the high
executives of Bustamante’s La-
bour Party, who is, trying to get
back the seat he lost to Mr. E.
Vivian Allen, a former member
of the old Legislative Council.

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Increases
Film Library
To Meet Requesis

PORT-OF-SPAIN

The heavy calls upon the edu-
cational film library of the
Caribbean Commission since its
inception last year, and the
enthusiastic response which the
films have received wherever
shown, have iaf'uenced the Com-
mission to increase their stock of
films substantially, Mr. Lawrence
W. Cramer, Secretary General of

the Commission, told the Press
yesterday.

“We started in q smail way
with less than twenty films, all

on health education,’ Mr. Cramer
said, “we have now added a fur-

ther fifty films, on various educa- |

tional fields, Subjects
include agriculture,
engineering, geography and travel,
and professions. Many are in
colour, and nearly al] in sound

covered

; Some are presented in animated

the famous
contributed.”

cartoon form—even
Walt Disney has

One of the films shows rural
habilitation work in Puerto Rico,
and has met with a particularly
favourable reception. Among the
new arrivals, one series of four
films, in sound and colour, is Jikely
to prove very popular. The photo-
graphy is beautiful, and the titles
Birth of the Soil, This Vital Earth,
Arteries of Life, and Seeds of
Destruction, indicate its message,
Mr. Cramer said.

Although most of the films are
in English, some are in Dutch
and French for the benefit of
those territories, and the Commis-
sion is trying to obtain others in
Dutch, Spanish and French for
distribution,

These films are available to all
territorial governments, or to any
responsible agency, provided they
are shown free of charge.

One of the films, Journalism
has been borrowed by the Carib-
bean Press Association for dis-
tribution among the newspapers
of the British West Indies. On
return, it will be offered to the
Press of the other territories
This film has already been shown
in Trinidad to the class in Journ-
alism now being conducted by
the University College of the
West Indies.



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Tuesday, January 31, 1950 small_ back room ton Se from | GEORGE KIRK, scale manufacturing = IEE REE LA Ee ee a Usually /-
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jcall through to —ouoasl | sixpence-worth—and a midget!

amendments made to important bills by
the Legislative Council. In two such in- /qiberal Party

stances the amendments Have been agreed |--- Liberal Party
nner | “two dinners for the price cf one. For a 14s.

ip subscription to the “Restaurant

to even although the House in one case ji,»

felt that its privileges had been infringed. | He takes a few

he donobilinaing *t |minutes off to
Today the Council’s amendments to the | ‘ilk to me, anda



Trade Union Act 1939 and the Better Secur- | pretty girl who BIG THREE < * Liters! ‘ left to right: F in the Times sat ,

y 7 From > Fremk : you visit them you need tell no one you are LASTIKON PERMANENT GREEN
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Se 9 Wh be Cncuer nae a |New Zealand to al candidates are | 2 member until you reach the cashier. To her ON HOU Pia j
The two changes made in the bill would | jearn about switchboarls takes party conference, he is under standing in alliance with the; you present your membership card and she LASTIKON RED OXIDE ROOF AINT
seem in one instance to bring out the best | over. “It's the first one I've sm orders te sey = North Dorset Tories. : deducts half your bill. You can repeat this at | PERQUITE MARINE WHITE PAINT:

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+ was suggeste i ig- | seems miraculous deftness and bcen given to Clement Dayies, the that looks as if it was once an
addition. It was suggested ee eee eticiency. a Leader of Liberals, who will not aifing cupboard, I find a couple Nylon crepe stockings, which, the manu- FROMEDI aan
inal debate in the House that the clause The blind man is Mr. Hurrell. find it too easy to win Mont. of very oi ; aie. Pen Pgh snd “fit, feel, and look like MET PRIMER (
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prov iding ior peaceful picketing nearones | He has been _ nonce. er gr veny Bag onde Peggy Sugars is the | silk.
. | ewitch ar< i 3 . mt st years - head Briefing Departm: : eS “
home should have been removed from the | sora geet pect by St. outa Saowthy foe = ee Ges ei el Turnabout curtains, to give double the
bill. The sponsors of the bill refused and it |p The Liberals do not want to and her colleague act as a minia- | wear. The bottom hems are made just like the
repeat the mistake which they tune civil service, supplying their | tops, so they can be hung from either end. |























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ee re a eS , HE is proud Of ne election cam- Archibald Sinclair and Sir Wil- liament. “| design. Twe-piece and reversible, they are RUX RUST NEUTRALIZER si
section. paign be will operate 15 i Beveridge stumped the sealed to fit all women members of a family.

om aS = ¥ Ne Dates New | And each can be worn four ways. Twenty-one |
eer ae vs GT of term they sometimes} shillings for the infant’s size; 35s. for bi
_by the voters. _ _»_ -ghost-write speeches for Liberal | ae eee for mother |
artell is also 2 candidate. but pundits who need more material. | > wp: >,

onstituency of Hencion North Peggy is going to have a busy time| The “Rip-a-Seam” gadget invented by a

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Caribbean aoe gece: candidates all over the country.| Bottled ‘Meat Tenderiser.” Sprinkled ON SSSSDSIIID PIPPI ISO OSG TVS

in Hendon and ai least She has been told: “No evening} :

lass platform speak- or cleans vlnaeesatin ‘enti | tough cheap cuts of meat it makes them soft | ¥
. the election is over.” I express| as sirloin steaks.
> my regret — and climb another IT’S TRAGIC |
~ See sake. | 4 THE OPENING lines are always the same: |
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tes into the field Liberalisss is in her blood, her| child’s mother.” . . . ‘I’m not interested in the THE LA ST

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Daily they line up outside the agents’



in the association is she left the Wrens. She is the



or otherwise, wou ¥ ie Sen Sa grandfather was a Liberal can-| money, Just my baby’s career.” . . . And an-|§
preservation of ot oo fo to ee tee ee lees tare tee ene. mother pees ee
adopted to-day,” he says. quarters three years ago when child on the screen. DROP!
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rise to breaches ee 1
iy semersane. expert on Liberal policy — offices. Fifteen years ago their miracle young-
sions and helped to write the ais teen Bibaasi reas ae Ghicievi
; : er W lwavs “twice as good as Shirley |
nks Liberal candidates’ handbook. mee wees . a °

In her spare time, if any, she Temple.” Now it’s: “Twice as good as Mar-|

is treasurer of the Westminster! garet O’Brien.” e
branch of the Liberal Party and’ But in 15 years the mothers have not dimin- |

— o sp ce ae ished—or changed. Sometimes’ frustrated | > hi
; ae st S'T actresses themselves, they teach their mop- |Â¥ FINE |
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party here in Gayfere Street. Can: her daughter out as VERONICA LAKE, peek- | ¥
this small organisation stand the | a-boo hair-do as well. iS
strain of an intensive six weeks’ 3
campaign ? es They envy MRS. ELEANOR PERREAU, |%
I think it will do pretty well. ' who has put her three children on the screen |Â¥
but whether Mr. Hurrell will :
sti!l be sane at the end of it all, —the eldest of them only eight. em
and how he will vote, is an open} But DEANNA BURBIN gave a hint. 1%
| “Parents,” she said, “should use caution be- 1%







d it hat do you think of it?”
Ti is Desmond Banks, Liberal question.









Rooney vane. yer ggeme ie late fox. Masraw, who. 6 WRN CopNinee oe Barvink |fore pushing their children into theatrical) %, i oe oa =
from his broadcast and t rk the Liberal organisa- —London Express ; | careers. The desire should come from the| > 659560 0SSSSS0SS9006050SSS559SS0S ve
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Fhe World Is Getting Warmer ves 0 of sora 2 coe 2 LEY ‘
| mothers. Nor does the example of SHIRLEY | 10
We NGTON, (By Mail By Ivan R. Tannehil record a ¢ = coe TEMPLE. Despite the broken marriages of | A if
Th : e it was egrees egrees | x . : | 4
. 5 van’ Kanmehil, ehiet of below zero across the border inj JUDY a MICKEY ROONEY, and) aay
he U.S. Weather Bureau’s Canada | JACKIE COOGAN and ELIZABETH TAY-| ied
ustead Division of Syncptic Reports So far this winter the Canadian | LOR’S two broken romances, they are still OFFERS oeuld
tead, Division of io cmedicts that cold has failed to break througb| avid to put their children where these others ‘s



into the Eastern part of the United

States—as if a high fence had | were. : ay
been built along the border. And when someone mentions PEGGY ANN

Now and then, a little of this) GARNER, who went to court at 17 to be|
cold air has spilled over into the| free of her mother, they change the subject. |
Dakotas and the mountains and| Cc ted De aie b it all: “Unl
the valleys of the west and south- | ommente anna about it all: Unless
west. \the children earnestly want and enjoy the |

Last winter, also, the situation! applause and attention, they’ll be bewil-|
was like that, but the atmospheric) gered and unhappy. ’, |
fence in the west broke down at Deanna should know

intervals and in January a tremen-/ ;
dous mass of Canada’s cold air) IT’S GLAMOUR

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is year’s “June-in-January”
mate throughout a large
t of the country may be
forerunner of still milder
“like nothing we have
een before.”
Tannehit is one of the
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nen. He has been with the
U.S Weather Bureau 36
vears, 20 years at the Wash-
ington Headquarters. He is
author of three books, “Hur-
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: wit Later England inter weather and the pros- northeast and early March is} s 1 y. ey stay open until ging py
aeons t paralyzed by cold, ice pects for future climatic vari- sometimes very cold. Below-zero| nine p.m. once a week, so she can shop after ae
sal of unequall d in more ations weottiet te 20 i Sot it} work. On Saturdays they are open until | Extra Fine WORSTED SUITING in Darky
a a a century. In one Way ——————_————————r” CUM y iTy - six yr 5 > whi 5 ¢ : r hi
ur riain c ‘ at it, our far west got f Most weather forecaste:S €x- =A a _ Sunday while she reads their |i * wm per yard
t vas final wallop from this year’s weather. Often at this time pect pretty cold weather i the| 2¢ver isements 1n the Sunday papers, people |
a ic ard trend last winter of the year we have a spell of eastern part of the country before| are at their switchboards to take her tele-
itu in this long upward trend in the warm weather in we — me wu.ter is over. phoned order, though the shop itself is closed
picketing anc last 75 years there have been northeast Known as e January 4% + citustion:| Mass-pr' i Se iniesiy Tricrt, - - .
: -- the force of | other temporary setbacks, with thaw. A few days of warm As to the cause of this situation: | 4 P oduction manufacturers copy high-||| MAKE YOUR SELECTION From...
b is ree of other temporary Seather for a weather would not be surprising. Jervuwe Namias, chief of the| fashion clothes and accessories immediately |
i feel- few years and then the slow but this year there is little snow net ee eee os atl they appear—and sell them for a fraction of}
r ; . March to warmer weather began and ice to thaw. oe : © Of) the originals. The gi 7es
, Ser sake Another curious fact is the per- the hemisphere day by day as | afraid = t “ ae ” Sperinanvns, ate not
ing whose That may be the case now, and sistent cold weather in Canada. —T re be ar Ags — the ry new 1aeas,
Ran ae tide . a efit) mild ears a ‘thing While Washington was having a Horthern halt o ie world, Say ™ : .
actions there ma y temporary public - 1 yo 3 oa an : an that the direct cause is seen in the en there are places like KLEINS. Here, |
abtectior e have seen 1 is OURete upper air. on a lucky day at this huge, teeming war
' the century and a half of instru- AT’S ON TO-DAY é : . ? g ware-
tal records may lie ahead with WHATR S “An unusually strong current of| house store (where you check coat and par-
i 3 par
1 4.4 | heat, drought and more dust Arts and Crafts Exhibition | air has been sweeping across cel; on entering so your hands fre
4 npted Tas ee his is 4 sols ‘bi at Queen’s Park at 10.00 middle latitudes from west | fe th h 5 I are free to
, » some pf the controversial i any event. this is « ole Bie ol east, preventing the cold air from riffie through the racks), there are costly|
: ss, and nearly al at! Meeting, House of Assembly | coming south, carrying it along sample gowns from exclusive uptown shops
a bill and the House cannot agree that we will continue to ; the C can bord tetas | 7 ps.
s cur share bf-cold, wit ; at 18 noon. the Canadian border and mixing) | saw one girl buy a black-ribbed si
+ that its powers have been get our oars of cold, with some eminthn - Gtaemees: Semmens 5 ee cold air with the Warm air| .) 7) g Ly ck-ribbed silk gown
. warm interludes, for some time from the oceans. which came straight from Fifth Avenue.

Plantation Yard, St. James
at 7.30 p.m.

Boxing at the Yankee Sta-

early March this year. A few are dium, Britton’s Hill at 8.00

‘ pretty sure about it. Py

Now, as to what lies behind this

Be that as it may, we know| She paid fifteen shillings for it. Another
that the world is getting warmer, | bought a coat for twenty dollars (£7). It

and despite interludes of cold, the . : A
upward trend should continue for! had Ie ec se Fifth Ay enue, but was
a comparatively long time to come. | identical with one in a window there, priced

—(LNS.) ‘at about ten times as much.

its encroached. The
roved the bill in the
it is by this

to come.
Most of them will be surprised
if it doesn’t come in February and



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criterion that the changes should be judged.







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rates for service to which they are one can so designate its position
tled. but do not receive? Then, from out of the darkness), one




out Bove also to be defective, the asks to have a telephone installed, pay it in) was imposed—as com- phasise the word and could use a ment fit the crime in all eS
Ele Electric Company will again be in the afswer still comes back pared with this in column 3 under stronger—who are constant and above all do not t it ieee HAMS in tins
A position to call on the surplus “Sorry, no telephone available; the caption “Sold Pears for $ix- sources of danger to themselves an offender's licence end 2 aa
wer that is already theirs for situation unchanged.” Is being pence” a hawker was fined one and others—On many occasions I suspended where it ap ‘lies t %
24 g. We can hope, how- sorry quite enough? hundred shillings (£5). True, have observed riders of bicycles driver of a mot de vehicle ae
has suggest a ever aat the new crankshaft (MRS.) E. N. FENNO. =‘ Their Honours felt that the * grav- utterly ignore the stop signal of t ie
solution, w has been tested by the type of St. James, ity of the offence” warranted this @ constable on point duty and MOTORIST iq



















those interested to page five col-
umns 2 and 3 of Tuesday's (the





with 3 months in which to pay
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pedestrian, fine or imprison the
selfish cyclist or motorist who is














w crankshaft, which is wonders rather sadly why a tele- 24th) Adv iti i i
he 4 : s rat sadly why @ - Advacate. In column 2, Writing as a motorist, I will convicted causi age t
coming lowly and ecc ically phone is still ynobtainable; and under the caption “Fined for not lose sight of other dangers of life pepe oye te apna = AKES
boat, instead of faster and why, more than four years after Dangerous Driving” a fine of thir- the road, ie the careless pedes- ing in a manner iikely . ‘ae FISH C
e expensively. by air freight, the end of the war, when one ty shillings (with three months to trian, the wilful cyclist, yes Iem- such damage, “make the punish- LUNCHEON BEEF

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the com over e | . y outenas ney de- January 28, 1950 heavy fine, but let us compare for then pedal away midst shrieks of
crisis, a the peo; signed for locating weak spots in sa a moment the two offence: . laughter. There are many i
Barbados ade é i etal 1d used during the war Death Off The Road merated.’' In the latter conn Sune constables who can lie, te. School Boy Cricketers } STRAWBERRIES in tins
for the pr t tanks, guns, and small To The Editor, The Advocate, there is little gain in a person try- It must be obvious to anyone whe | GUAVAS in tins
assurance the thereby assuring our allied SIR,—yYour leader of Wednes- ing to sell a pear at a few cents has lived in Barbados for a num- T° The Editor, The Advocate |@ PEARS
a water shorta hat they were operating day the 25th inst, under the above @bove the fixed price—the matter ber of years, that the traffic prob- 7 % PEACHES
able peac vent th J t blow 0 is undoubtedly well- rests in ihe attitude of the public lem (and I don’t mean only mo- SIR,—Many school ys s PRUNES
have a conti r f t n yut due support —-20 buyers at ‘black market tor traffic) has now reached a “2tied because in the tise- | BRUSSEL SPROUTS
I underrt e humat srters. its warning will Ptices. no sales! But, let us turn point never properly anticipated ment of t i MIXED VEGETABLES
ugar fact : Q e stony ground. to the former case where a per- @nd something other than the a at Ke :| § CUCUMBER SALAD
. 1} son is convicted of “Dangerous rection of signs and notices mus 4. tour d
, . yoy s f te CROWN DRINKS rs
. e ‘ - art ke have disc:; . (7 Flavours) 7 ‘
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JANUARY 31, 1950

qU ESDA Yy,



| fudement Fish Caught
\ recor In One Day

S HE FISHING season has not
¢ HONOUR the inet cary yet reached its peak and the
; otvaulan Collymore, will ru catches for this month cannot be

st Th st

. a ¢ of Error next Thurs- compared with catches made in
. on whether the Assistant: january 1949.

: day of Appeal . was right es Wednesday was a very success-

: C in confirming a decision of ful day for the Public Market. On

‘ce Magistrate of District this day. over 1.500 Ibs at

. ordered Colvin Clarke of 2 Ib:
- y Hill St. Joseph to pay his
oie 5/- 2 week instead of 3/- a

fish
passed through the Market, the
largest amount recorded within
the last two months.
as he had been ordered to _ The te that was brought
. 47. in was made up of 1,190 Ibs. of
a wife is Clarice Clarke of dolphin, 320 lbs. of shark, and 25
porazo, St. Joseph. She-ap- lbs. of king fish. No flying fish
in Court yesterday unre- passed through the market last
peared ted by Counsel, while her week,
a teed represented by Mr. On Monday and Thursday no
ee T. Brancker, instructed by fish at all was brought into the
J. i ‘Yearwood and Boyce. Her market, while on Tuesday about
d was the appellant in the 120 lbs. of dolphin, 15 Ibs. of king
husban fish, 65 lbs. of bill fish, and 19u
Ibs. of shark was brought in.
One hundred and seventy-five
pounds of dolphin was weighed
in on Friday and Saturday saw a
total of 75 lbs.,—45 Ibs. dolphin

Oe listening to Mr. Branck-
Â¥g submissions, the Chief Judge
waerved judgment until Thurs-
, nt Court of Appeal
{ ees the Order of the and 30 lbs. shark.
police Magistrate, was influenced Fishermen are ccmplaining that
by the fact that although the small. catches of flying fish
husband’s means from his are due to the weather. we have
asa carpenter is still rough- been having this month. With
the same as it was in 1947 when calmer seas next month they ex-
7 original order of 3/- a week pect the catches will increase
= made, his true financial posi- considerably,
ot including his house and land HE TWO launches that arrived
a est appear to have been put _on board the SS. Prospector
the Court in 1947. for the Harbour Police have Ford
On that point Mr. Brancker ar- V.8 engines and are capable of
that the Assistant Court of approximately 40 knots an hour.
should only have consid- The launches are equipped with
ered whether there was any in- water toilets, a-feature that does
in means between the time Not exist on any other launch in
of the original order and the time Barbados. They are also equipped
* of the application for an increase With very comfortable seats, water
; the wife. cans, spare parts and tool lockers
i‘ Mahe Assistant Court of Appeal and many other modern conve-
“had also been influenced.by the Niences. ,
. that one of the children of A few Harbour Policemen were
Be vasties, who stays with the kept busy yesterday cleaning up
father, and who was 14 years of the ppapenes,
when the original order was E ARE TWO slipwavs
; made, is now 16 years of age, and jetty a Ld crnene Police
{ P orking jetty in Bay Street. They are «n-
has therefore reached w g Cested us’ Tac hee.
“ir Brancker submitted that the Graham's boat building yard
fact that the child had reached Captain Graham, wio is now
working age was not evidence that TUBB NS. at sea launched the
he was actually working, and the Schooner Emeline on one of these
fact was not tantamount to an in- yf many years ago. ;
crease in the means of the father. Tr € silpways are showing sign:
The application was for an in- of wear and are badly in need
crease in the maintenance order © Yepairs but it is doubtful
onthe ground that the husband’s whether these slipways will ever
had increased, Mr. Branck- be ae aay. ae
Ser said, and submitted that such A OUT 2.30 a.m. on Sun-

: i day an accident occurred on
. See had not been proved, Baxters Road between a horse
drawn cart, owned by C. T. Wead-
ley of Bush Hall and driven by
Dennis Bowen of Porey Spring,
St. Thomas, and a bicycle ridden
by Frederick Sobers of Deacons

CLERK DIED
1 < rj >-vyear- John
—— patabiaglagl Re SM

VERDICT was re- bar. s
Be vine-man jury when Joseph was struck in his chest
the inquiry into the death of Ken- with the shaft of the cart. He was
“neth Bullin was conducted yester- taken to the General Hospital
| day by Mr. E, A. McLeod, Coroner suffering from injuries and was
* of District Tes P detained. %

The body of Bullin who lived in DONKEY was injured on its
Fontabelle was fished out of the right front foot and the rear
Careenage about 6 a.m, on Janu- fender of a motor car was damaged

when an accident occurred on
Barbarees Hill at about 3.30 p.m.
on Sunday.

The accident involved the moter
car M—1090, owned by Reginald
Alleyne of Bank Hall Cross Road
and driven by Alric Thomas of
Hawkins Gap, Westbury Road, ” d
the ears were bruised and there a donkey attached to a cart be-

ati - longing to Sam Marshall of Eck-

—* nite stein Tear ar driven = Vernon
opening the head he saw Beckles o the same a ress,

\- ee eh The lungs WO MILE HILL was the scene

were filled with fluid and had of an accident at about 7.00

‘jm pneumonia. The stomach also p.m. on Saturday between ihe

was half filled with fluid. motor car M—566, owned and

Inhis opinion the case of death driven by George Peterkins of the
was due to drowning, He also be- same district, and the motor car
lieved that pneumonia contracted M-—1648, owned by R. A, Browne
was likely to make him delirious. of Brittons Hill and driven : by

Violet Barker of Beckles Road James Gittens of My Lord’s Hill.
Said she knew Bullin well. He The fender and bumper of
frequently visited her home. On M—1648 were damaged. The right
January 24 about 6 p.m. he was Side and yr peacer of M—546
at her home when some fellows Were also damaged. : '
/“Macar called him for a drive. HE EXECUTIVE Copncil Ait
He said he did not feel like going. the Barbados Cricket Le agi
He left her home about 9 o’clock. held a meeting at Queen’ s Park -
Next witness called was James 3.00 p.m. on Saturday and

a watchman of the Public discussed certain protests made by

orks Department who is sup- Liberty C.C. against Dover cc.
Dlied with a hut in Cavans Lane _ Progressive C.C. and_ Dover
while he is on duty. C.C. ended up each with 55 pate

He said that on the morning of but the protest lodged by Li erty
January 24 +n C.C. stated that in the Dover-

lary 24 about 12.45 he was in ©. ei.

hut when he heard the voice Liberty match, Dover played. fou
ot a man, men who were not. registered.

The voice seemed to him of an Owing to this is ag Ble

icated person. The man was taken away trom Dover leaving

After g unintelligible things. Troeaiye winners of the Cup in

th asse ; the City Division.

ttiied its mutheines nad he > AT ABOUT 5.30 p.m. on Satur-
4 splash as if some one had day an aceon) scone 0
into the Careenage. Cox Road between y' oo
dog on a schooner which was M—173, owned and . iven we
alongside the wharf start- Ashton Eastmond of es am

td to bark and this attracted his Hill, St. Michael, and a ype
| attention. He moved to the edge owned by Dudley Parris of hddey

Wharf and saw the head of Village, and ridden by his er

Man floating on the water. It 0d Genter, Cynthia, o 5

= ared, same address. f

RRS Who came and fished Grain, was taken tothe Gen,
é ospi f

i body later the ae ee abner: Both vehicles were

en he came out of his hut %amaged.

~, “aS no one around on the

4 1,500 Bags Of Rice
“it Oue Month Arrive From B.G.

= fine of £2 to be paid in one One thousand, five hundred
~ o in default one month’s bags of rice were brought ee
ter, ret Was imposed on on Sunday evening by aon
Hig Morris of Bridge Gap by “Philip H. Davidson whic ar
Worship Mr, A. McLeod rived from British Guiana. —
Y when he was found This schooner also brought sie
E fen of assaulting and beating plies of firewood, charcoal, pai “
Carrington of Kew Land. Staves, wallaba posts, eae
ing On said she was stand- greenheart, personal effects anc
idan corner of Eagle Hall on fresh fruit. y cme ae
. ber 17 when Morris came Arriving yesterday morning
® to her and struck her twice was the Schooner “Laudalpha
. from St. Lucia, It brought copra,
charcoal, cocoanuts and fresh
fruit.







































































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25.
iy. E. B. Simon who performed
the post mortem said he examined
the body of Kenneth Bullin about
11.30 am. on January 25 at Bur-
ton’s Funeral Establishment. He
noticed a small wound on the right
side of the head and the lobes of

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; Said é arri
Wed hig, that Carrington

money ,

—“(G/- In 14 Days

Bi menneth Blackman and Norris
“Were te of Nelson | Street,
th 4 fined 15/- to be paid 3
h,8¥3 or in’ default one LONDON, Jan. 30. —
Berea wPtsonment when they The draw for the fifth round
A. moore His Worship Mr. of the Football Association cup
- Talma yesterday. was made this morning and re-
Were found guilty of hav- sulted as follows:—
spe d0ssession a quantity Bury or Derby County v.Bour :
Which was suspected of mouth or Northampton, Chester-
Stolen , field v Chelsea, Evert v Toten-



Football
Round Drawn



1 Te eeeeeenseines 1am , S rt y
ane th H . 4 ,

thera) ps a chauffeur

fh 14 day mt . vas ned

og His Worship Mr. H. A. derer

V
He" yesterd

wa inca
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Court OfError 1,500 lbs Of





THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BISHOP BENTLEY blesses the New St. Winifred’s School.

Bishop Blesses

St. Winifred’s Arrive From

New School

IN the crowded room, solemn

surroundings and with a light
breeze blowing across the still

Hall, Bishop Bentley yesterday
blessed the new quarters of the
St. Winifred’s Girls’ School and
the children. The new school is
situated at the Pine in the resi-
dence formerly called ‘“Wel-
beck”.

For the past few years, Miss
J. Seale, Headmistress of the
school, and a special Committee
of businessmen and Old
Girls, had been collecting
funds to buy new quarters
for the school. This had
become necessary when the num-
ber, which at the beginning was
10 children in 1921, reached the
200 figure, At first the school was
located in Belleville, but in 1922,
was removed to George Street.
Later, due to inereased school
numbers, the school was. en-
larged until all available space
for building had been used.

Energetic Designs

Now after many energetic de-
signs by the Committee, the
pupils will be housed in more
spacious classrooms. The old
school which was of wood has
been added to the newly acquired
building.

The new site is just over a
mile from the City in a quiet,
windy atmosphere, very condu-
cive to teaching and playing of
games. The smiles ‘and spvright-
liness of the children yesterday,
were ample evidence of their
appreciation of their new schoo
site.

Mr. Pet Wallbridge of th
Singer Company, City presente:
the school with a Singer machine

Among those present were Rev.
f E. Armstrong, Ex-Headmas-
ter of Combermere School, Mr
J. H. Wilkinson, M.C.P., Mr.
F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Mr. F.
xoddard, M.C.P., The Bishop and
Mrs. Bentley, Mr. Cave of the
St. Michael Vestry, Mr. Wal-
cott of the St. Thomas Vestry
and Dean Hutchinson.

School Declared Open

Mrs. Bentley, after declaring
the school open, expressed the
hope that in the years to come,
all pupils of the school would
find it a happy place. She told
teachers and pupils that they
should always go about their
duties with that spirit of associ-
ation which had been theirs for
so long.

Bishop Bentiey read two pas-
sages, one from Deuteronomy
one from Ephesians and then
in his blessing to the school and
pupils, said:

“O God our Heavenly Father,
by whose spirit man is taught
understanding, bless, we humbly
beseech thee this school, pre-
pared for the instruction of their
children. Grant to the teachers,
wisdom, skill and patience, and
to the pupils, diligence and a
ready response; that by the
guidance of thy Holy Spirit,
those who are taught in this
school may so be brought up in
reverence and love of thee, that
they may joyfully serve thee all
the days of their life.”

Goal Achieved

Mr. Wilkinson thanked Mr.
Pat Wallbridge for his gift of 4
Singer Machine. He said that
their success in the attainment of
their objective was due, primar-
ily to the old pupils of the school
and to other voluntary workers’
After a long time they had
achieved their long sought goal
-more convenient quarters. He
said he hoped they would con
tinue with that zeal and energy
they had exerted as they still
had many outstanding debts to
clear off.

The headmistress, Miss Seale
said that it was with the height
of enthusiasm that she looked
down upon the crowded hall and
welcomed the many friends she
saw, She thanked all those who
had helped them in the reaching
of the objective. She thanked
Mr. Wallbridge specially for his
gift—the Singer machine.



POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASRBR



in jars, fruit and vegetables wera
included in the cargo of S.S
“Hughli” which loaded at Calcut- force last night at a meeting which
ta, Rangoon, Colombo and Cape was held at the Steel Shed in
Town.

are the local agents

House Meets
At 12 To-day Not Grow Old”






= ——————



Luxuries

B.W.U. Hold
Meeting In
Queen’s Park

FOLLOWERS of the Barbados
Workers’ Union turned out in

The kast

Vermouth, brandy, wine, butter

Queen’s Park.

Also arriving by this ship were The topic of the meeting was

supplies of tea, raw linseed oil, centred around dissatisfaction
peanuts in cans, jams, marmalades, which had recently arisen among
squashes, pilchards, cotton drill, the Sanitary
bags, records and-shoe samples. cuts caused the meeting to start

The “Hughli” (4,564 tons) op- with gas light while a battery had
erates
whose
Messrs. DaCosta & Co.,. Ltd. half an hour after the meeting

Cement From U.K.

A large shipment of Portland St,
cement arrived at Barbados on Hutchinson was responsible for
Sunday by
which arrived from London,

This vessel was still here yes- Mr.
terday discharging its cargo, bar- speaker, said that they now had
iey, ovaltine, dry gin,
confectionery, nescafe, motor cars,
a lorry, oil stoves, mustard, paint the first verse of “Fight the Good
and radiograms,

workers. Electric

under the Nourse Line, to be attached to the microphone,
local representatives are However, the lights came on about

began.

Mr. T. O. Bryan, who acted as
Chairman, introduced a new
brother, Mr. Arthur Hutchinson of
Philip. He said that Mr..



S.S. “Prospector,” keeping their colours flying in St.
John and St. Philip.

F. L. Walcott, the first
cocoa, to start on a new road to freedom
and he asked the gathering to sing

records were Fight.”

other articles brought by the Mr. Walcott continued to speak
“Prospector.” aud afterwards speeches were
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd., made by Mr. T. W. Miller, Mr.

G. H. Adams, M.C.P., President,
and Mr. M. E. Cox, M.C.P.

“They Will



BECAUSE of the prevail- THE following is the text of a
ing uncertainty as regards message received from the Secre-
lighting at night, the House tary of State for the Colonies
of Assembly will meet to- regarding the commemoration of
day at 12 noon instead of 3 those members of His Majesty’s
OTs “ iad Forces who died in the war and

S was the reason give have no known graves :—
by Mr. G. H. Adam’, Leader Proposals for the commemor-
of the House, for the change ation of those members of His
of the hour when the House Majesty’s Forces who fell in the
was about to adjourn on 1939/1945 war and who have no
Tuesday last. known grave are announced by

The first item on the Or- the Imperial War Graves Com-
der Paper is a motion by mission after consultation with
Mr. M. E. Cox for the sec- the Governments of the British
ond reading of a Bill to Commonwealth. The chief naval
amend the Customs Tariff memorials will be in this coun-
Act of 1921, try linked with the memorials of
__ No. 2 on the Order Paper the 1914/1918 war at Chatham,
A o ae Mr. G, - Piymeut,, ahd Portemeuth and
‘cams for the passing of a there wi be three smaller
supplementary Resvlution memorials at Leonsolent, Liver-
for $10.00. pool and Lowestoft. The com-

Mr. Adams is then ex- memoration of the armies will
pected to move that the be by campaigns and most of the
House consider the amend- memorials will be in war ean
ments of the Legislative teries. In Europe the sites chosen
Council to the Bill to amend are Trondheim in Norway, Dun-
the Trade Union Act and the kirk and Bayeux in France,
Better Security Act. Nijmegen in Holland, Cassino in

Last item in Government Italy and Athens in Greece. The
Business is a motion by Mr. principal memorial in Africa will
Adams for the passing of a be at El Alamein. Others will be
Resolution to approve the at Medjez-el-bab Hargeisa, port
Payment of Leave Passages Suez Mombasa and Diego Suarez
Order, 1950. In Asia there will be memorials

Under Private Members’ at two cemeteries in Iraq and
Business, the House is ex- Persia at Beirut at Singapore
pected to resume debate on and at Saiwan Bay, Hong Kong.
the second reading of a Bill The sites for the memorials for
to authorise the Rector of the campaigns in Burma and for
the parish of Saint Joseph to the defence of India have not
sell a part of the Glebe land yet been chosen. ais
of the said parish to the Ex- memorial to the Air Forces sein
ecutive Committee of Bar- be at Coopers’ Hill overloo ing
— ecg ee ms

: of a ose los ; a-

—s ane ern eee tions from bases in the U.K. and
bers Business ae iy rey North West Europe. Others will
by Mr. E. D. Mottley for the be in Malta at El Alamein at
second reading of a Bill 0 Singapore and in Canada. In the
oan ee eee ee South and South West Pacific
. ; eight memorials will commem-
; Next on the Order Paper pe together those of the Land
is the much spoken on Ad- end Air Forces and Merchant
dress by Mr. D. D. Garner Navies of Australia and New
urging the repatriation to Zealand. The firm and site of
Africa of persons of African the main-memorial to the Mer-
descent. chant Navies -zemain to be
settled.



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Decisions
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THEIR Honours Mr. G. L
Taylor and Mr. H. A. Vaugh
yesterday confirmed a decision o
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis-
trate of District “A”. Mr. Talm.
had imposed a fine of £5 on Carl-
ton Foster of Tudor Street, 5
Michael. He had found him guilt;
of having assaulted P.C. 388 Jes
samy while he was executing hi:
duty on November 27, 1949.

The evidence was that - th
assault came about when Foste
and another man was eaci
riding a bicycle: along Baxter
Road during the night. No ligh
was burning on Foster's bicycle
and P.C, Jessamy stopped him
Foster argued that his bieyel:
light had been burning. He the:
let go the bicycle and it fell..Hi
companion went to pick it up an
P.C. Jessamy told him to leave
it.

Foster then jumped at P.C.
Jessamy and stabbed him in hi
side with something he had in his
hand, Jessamy was detained a
the General Hospital for three
days.

Foster said as his defence that
he had been at home at the time
at wiiich the offence was al-
leged to have been committed.

MERTON ADAMS of Taitts
St. James was yesterday finec
20/- and 40/- when a decision
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell; Police
Magistrate of District “A” wa:
confirmed by Their Honours Mr

L. Taylor and Mr. H. A
Vaughn in the Court of A
Adams had been found guilty 01
(1) having refused to state his
name and address to a_ police
constable when he was asked te
do so, and (2) of having disre-
garded the directions of the

same police who was regulating
traffic. The offences were com-

mitted on the Garrison Road on

August 6, 1949, a race day.

It was a day when one-way
traffic was in force on that roac
and Adams instead of obeyins
the policeman’s request, according
to the evidence, bent back two
of his number plate. and
lifting his bicycle on his shoul-

der went on his way.

= :

25 Years Ago
(“Barbados Advocate,’ January
31, 1925.)

The Volunteer Force (Taken

from the Leading Article)
We understood that
remarks by a

fome extent
are causing
and discontent

been
much

panies,

vice have been

their

that is reported to

kind must
grating influence on the
and the authorities
for the Force should
the seriousness of the

have a

members,
Jamaica Cricket Team
Entertained

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Jamaica Cricket Team were en-
Dinner at the

tertained at
Bridgetown Club by the Barba-

dos Cricket Committee.
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annoyance
amongst B. and
C. companies of the Force, These
remarks are taken as reflecting
on the loyalty of the two com-
although it is said by
some who heard them that they
have been misquoted and mis-
construed, It is also reported
that other branches of the Ser-
disparagingly
referred to. It is not surprising
that there should be heartburn-
ings among men who are devot-
ing themselves to the service of
country, when they find
that they are treated as subjects
of suspicion even although much
have been
Said has been twisteq and mis-
represented, Occurrences of this
disinte-

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responsible
recognise
matter,
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{LASSIFIED ADS.
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DIED _| PUBLIC SALES

is funeral wi'l!
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Westbury Cemetery. | AUCTION

for U are invited. —
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UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER





—_ v} i
NNAH He I HAVB. been instructed to sell by
RCARFT HA “Arling)sv". | Avetion on THURSDAY next the 2nd
whl rs ile, at 4.30/ February beginning at 1 o'clock at
a rian’s Chureh, and | Dunkirt opposite Balmoral, Hastings, one
(of St. CoP ephien’s Church, | complete Dairy which includes several
to. St- cows, milk room in very good condition.
ther of John C. Jones.| Cow Sheds covered with galvanize;
Satin Jones, Horace; milk scales gal buckets, several cases

. of bottles, (2) carts, harmess, (1) horse,
31.1.50—In.| |2) carrier bicycles, (1) Ford 8 Car
Milk cans and several other items of
interest. Terms cash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer .

IN MEMORIAM 29.1.50—4n.
ae
of our dear Son

“ay loving Gasie. JEFFERS who pass-! UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

‘on Feb. 1, 1949.

love, my son
my ‘us yi year ago,

rd prothers have missed

thy Neatham

I have been instructed to sell on Wed-
nesday next the Ist February, beginning
you| at 12 o’clock at No, 4 Flat at White Hall,
Hastings, opposite Hastings Hotel, an
entire lot of well kept household furni-
ture which includes; Old Fashion Mahog-
any double arm Sofa with Bed; Uphol-
stered Chairs; Berbice Mah, Chair with
Carpet; Pine Desk and Mah, Revolving
Chair; Old Fashion Side oards: a
collection of Book Shelves; a collection
aes. a ree ome and Side Tables; a col-
5 , the ection 0: ning Tables ineluding Tip
2p ocellthe your Top and Extension; a collection of Ware;
& ’ atte Mah. aerneate Clock Case, a
ways. ‘ore God's mercy) collection of ass Jars; Carpets; Iron
us bef + Peco be Spring and Mattress;
a s till we edar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany
em rich blessing: Double Fedsteed with Iona Spring and
2 Dudley Jef-} Spring- mattress; Mah. Dressing
meet. effers ay, (Brothers),| Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several
), Cyril, Carmen, (Sis-| other items of interest. Anyone interest-
Sheila, Thelma, 31,2.50.—1n| ed in overlooking the above can do so
or Tuesday the 3lst between the hours of

of our dear belov'

ed| 2 to 5 in the evening.
Best, who died on the

eve for you,
7 Papa still ert know you have
jew.
so message sent,
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sake, an
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D. ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
28,1.50.—4n, |

_——
“MELROSE” — VCOLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing, Di:ing!
Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
ue usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a Ue-
tached room with built in cupboards
suitable for a Doctor's consulting room.
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms with
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages.
Electric Light throughaut,
Inspection Monday to Saturday
appointment, Telephone No; 3738.
The above residence will be offered
tor sale at public competition at the
vifice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. .,
25.1,.50—9n.
_——

REAL ESTATE
Seeeiitegine tatiana



Te ok her rest,
da:
evn away,

ne she will be re-
ti nee meet again
(husband) Joseph
ther), Lillian Brathwaite,
Miss seareta Barnett (Sister),
Weekes (Sister), Mrs. Ger-
ster (Sister). $1.1.50—1n
f our dear
memory 0

META COPPIN who
this life on January 26th. 1948

of sadness still come o’er us

tears often flow,
to-day, ~ brought before us;
ties of ‘two years ae ,
wears away the edge of grief,
n > tore back every leaf.
Valda, Norma Coppin, (Daugh-

Wilfred Coppin (Son). Marva

-children). Julian
_ 31,1.50—1n

























by

memory of my dear belov-
and Mother, ESTHER ELIZA-

asleep 30th.; ,“ % bedroom Bungalow Type Resi-
LESLIE, who fell asleep 3 ence at Worthing Main Rd. Right ot |

, 1940. i Way to ‘Sea, Modern Conveniences
the one we love the best, | Good Condition, about 6,500 sq. ft..|

ie in her churchyard bed, Going for $10,000. Large and Smail Pro-

christians only fall asleep

wake again in heay'n

er to be remembered by John Les-
; (Husband), Athelstan, ery
, iam, Althea, Myrtle, Sybil
Tag -1.50—In |

| perties including New Stonewall Seasid
Gungalows and Elsewhere in Good Re-
sidential Districts to Suit One and All
even the Elites. Contact D. F. de Abreu |
for Nearly Anything in Real Estate. |
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Fancy Prices, Bluffiing, Boosting or}
never fading memory of our dear) Boasting. Dial 3111 or 2713. Call at
GEORGE 0. FORD. who depart-| Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros.,

Pthis life on the 9th January, 1943
our darling Mother MARTHA MAY-



Tudor St., Near Mason gHall St.





our idols are buried in gloom |
cannot pour our love in their ears

Cattlewash Saint

hedrooms, The dwelling house is full:







we breathe it o'er their tombs furnished, Water & electric service in-
eth came to prove if that love would} stalled. Inspection on application to
d, the premises. For further particulars
the sharpest ordeal tried. apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.
But it passed like the flame that test 31.1.50—10n
Aeth only purified. WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY




thy (Son), Rhoda, Ivie, and Ruth] SHARES—A ‘small lot priced ‘to vield
). Eileen, Trevor, Hycinth,| 442% interest. Phone Mr. Webb, 3188
Audyne, Altha, Gloria, Onhelia 27.1.50—6n

children). 31.1,50—1n



FOR SALE OR RENT. HOUSE caller
‘Shelton’ situated at Bay Street near
Yacht Club. For particulars apply to—

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, ‘
Magazine Lane.
31,1,50—2n

FOR SA

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COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two haths;
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—1in.

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CHEVROLET—5 passenger saloon
mechanical condition and new
esy Garage. Dial 4616

31,1,50—6n

Opel Saloon in very good condi-
indeed, recently overhauled and
well. Can be seen between one

“THE BANYANS” — With the lana

o'clock Monday to Friday thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'2
BLES. 29.1.50—4n. | Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael, Ideally suitable for de-

1948 Saloon, one owner,
and in extellent condition
Co,, Ltd. 29.1,50—4n.

aUCK AND CAR—One Dodge Truck
overhauled. One Ford V-8 Car
for pick up. Dial 4058.

29.1.50—3n

velopment as a Building Estate.
Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m, and 11.50
a.m, and 4 p.m, and @ p.m, on appli-
cation to Mr, Ronnie Gittens on
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
Ford V-8 5 Passenger Coupe.| February 1950, at 2 p.m.
Sond hand condition ate: | For further particulars and Conditions

unt

new tyres and Battery,| of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—

at the price asked, Terms COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

can be seen at the 20.1.50—13n
27.1.50—3n



“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine

dillman 1947. Excellent condi-} Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
or nearest offer. Insall| of land will be offered for sale at the
q 27.1,50—-5n. | 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

FOR SALE: (1) Austin 10, (1
mil 4, (2) Morris 8 Touring, (1

$ Sedan, (1) Rockney. All ir round floor and 3 bedrooms,
9 é pantry on groun
| Condition, apply to Mr. Haynes.| bath ete. on first floor,
Rl Garage, next Central Station, Electric, gas and water services.
ms 31.1.50—2n| The house has recently been renovated

and decorated and is in excellent condi-
tion.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310.
Further particulars and conditions of
s ly to...
i CoTTLi, CATFORD & CO.,
Solicitors.
21.1,50.—11n.

cc, BSA, O.H.V

CYCLE—250
Perfect working order.
3308.

old.

28.1.50—3n

Ford 8 h.p, in good con-
3063. Belgrave, Purity
u 27.1,50—6n

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DRUMS—A quantity of empty stee!

Tube Pye Radio latest mode!
Garrard Pickup and Turn-
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M 29.1.50—t.f.n — Dial 4529, 3063 37.1.$0-—-6n.

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31.1,50—6n









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and Phillips Ladies, Gents and Yow :
Tyres and tubes, pedals, brake rubbers,

1
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26.1.50—t.f.n.

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Jackets (1% to 10 tons), Blow-Torche*

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Large assoriment of | Courtesy Garage.

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29.1,.50—3n



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i known as the Colonial
and "Hammusens situated at the ee
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further particulars apply: ~~ : nd <
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28.1.50—3n

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BR. Near’ Abreu at Carter Bros | LADIES BRASSIERES — Sc.

F: on Hall -' ‘ Royal Store. 47.1,80—13n
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4 bedrooms and all modern conveniences

For February, April, May, June 1959
Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Bynoe

} 28.1.50—3n.

“WATERFORD”—Hastings
rison Savannah). Desirable residence
fully furnished . Available from ist Feb-
ruary. Dial 8330, 26.1.50—t. fin

FLATS fully furnished with Retrig-
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HOUSES
“HILBRE” — Maxwell's Coast April
May 4 i
May, June. Phone 2654. 31.1.50—n |
}
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Electric Light and all modern con- |
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Phone 8385 26.2.50—4n
+
dpe — Cattlewash, Bathsheba

including Refrigerator,

Worthing, | Schooner Owners’

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Ser, L,, Sch, Manuata, Sch.
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Marion Belle Wo'lfe
| Yeeht Beegie, Sch. Emeralda, Cch. Gar-
T.B. Rader, Sch. Emeralda, Sch. Gar-
denia, Sch. Freedom Fleary, Sch. Fran-
cee W. Smith,
ARRIVALS

Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons
Capt. Gumbs, from St. ees Agents
ition .

PORT:
Rhoda



S.S. Hughli, 4,564 tons net. Capt
Reynolds, from

Trinidad; Agents: Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.

Schooner Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, from British Guiana;
Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association

S.S. Prospector, 3,646 tons net, Capt.

person or persons | Littlechild, from St, Kitts; Agents: Dy

whomsoever in my name as I do not hold | Costa & Co,, Ltd.

nuyself responsible for anyone contracting

any debt or debts in my name unless by

a written order sisned by me.
CALVIN OSBERT

31,1.49—2n

WANTED

27.1.50-—3n

class jacket hands,
S. Maffei, Ltd.
26,1.50—1w

TAILORS—First
can apply to P, Cc.
scorers in Tailoring.

good salary for qualified person, Brad-
saw & Company. 31.1,50—4n.
POSITION Young Lady age 29 years
would like a position as Office Maid,
Child’s Nurse or Housekeeper, please
Write Box S.M.K. C/o Advocate Advtg.
Deps 31,1,.50—1n
MISCELLANEOUS
_—

. WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of
Stamp Society, 3rd Floor, No.

10 Swan
Street.

29.1.50—4n

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PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(THE PROVAST MARSHAL’'S ACT 1904
(1904—6) & 30)

ON TUESDAY the 14th day of February
1950, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
afternoon will be sold at my office to the
lughest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admeasurement. 5907 Square
Feet situate in Parish of Saint Michael
butting and bounding on two sides on
lands of the Barbados Co-operative Bank
Limited, on lands of Clement Warner
over a road fourteen feet wide, and on
the said road called Villa Road

a
Sritton Hill together with the chattel

* Le a are ee “2 dwelling house thereon, and all appur-
FORD, who passed to the great BY public competition at our Office | tenances appraised as follows:—
on January the 28th., 1948. James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-| | The whole property appraised to TWO
worship thee yet our Parents dear | ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA”™ at! THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND

Josepn containing 3) SEVENTY TWO DOLLARS AND THIRTY

FIVE CENTS ($2,1724.35). Attached from
Walter Evans Phillips, for and towards
Sutisfaction, &c,

N.B.-—25%, Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase,
Vv. H. B. ROCHEFORD,
Actg. Provost Marshal.
Provost Marshal’s Office.
29.1.50—3n.

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Allan Boyle holder of
Liquor License No. 545 of 1950 granted to
him in respect of a board and shingle
shop at Bay Street, St. Michael, for














‘ t per-
mission to use said Liquor License at a
board and galvanised shop attached to

residence below Goddard’s Gap,
Tweedside Road, St. Michael.
Dated this 30th day of January 1950
To: E. A. MeLEOD, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
ALLAN BOYLE,
Applicant

upper

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A” on Thursda

the 9th day of February 1950 at 11 o'clock,

am.
E. A, McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
31,1.50—I1n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of L. J. Williams,
Marketing Co., Ltd. of Broad Street,
B'town, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c.at Front room of 2nd
floor of Bookers Drug Store building,
Broad Street, B'town,

Dated this 28th day of January 1950,
To: H. A. TALMA, Esq.

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘‘A’’

; L. HUTCHINSON,

for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A”, on Thursday
the 9th day of February 1950, at 11 o'clock

see H. A. TALMA,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
31,1.50—In

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CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
Ltd advise that they can now communi-
cate with the following ships through
their Barbados Coast Station:—

S.S. Alsudan, Alcoa Pilgrim. Alcoa
Corsair, Asbjorn Italia, City of Khar-
toum, Caxton, Esso Amsterdam, Argen-
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Percival Turner,
Lourdes Lyon,
des Navarro,

Ukduika Ixyun,
Carmen Navarro, Merce-
David Archer, Mz
Archer, Charles Kum, Pat Fenty,

Lynch, Robert Franklin, Cuthbert

Shall, Monica Kellman, Oscar Pillers
Ethelyn Norton, Pugene Norton, Wili
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tud Gamly, Mabel Alleyne, Michael
Sheppard, Richards Shepperd, Samue
Ashby, Raphael Laffan, Frank King

Perey Taylor, Theophilus Bryant, Hen:
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ouch,

From St. Lucia:

Alfredo Lazo, Maria de Lazo, Mariane-
la Lazo, Frederick A, Sutton, Anne
Sutton, Ana Belgrave, Carmelita Pel-
fiave, William Musgrave, Geoffrey Ja
man, Marie Jarman, Eardley Myles, Edna
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Fils, Joyce Ells, Peter Ells, Dudley ©!)
Peler Bergasse, Daphne Campous, Arno!
Mavne,Payne, Hon, Andre Du. Boula:
Morie Du. Boulay,

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John McBeth, Pamella MeBeth, Pu!

Howell, Hugh Gage, Alice Gage, Hugh





Suge, Major William Winlaw
Fiom Grenada:

Prof, Cyril Beasley,
From St. Kitts.

Passangers intransit for Trinidad:

Mr. Justice William Savary, Mrs
Sovary

DEPARTURES — By B.W.1.A.L
For Trinidad:

Mr. Lionel Davis, Mst. Richard Hamel-
Smith, Mrs. Jean Hamel-Smith, Mr
Kenneth Hamel-Smith, Mrs Gladys
Hernandez, Mr, Rafael Hernandez, Mstr

Mary

John Wilson, Mrs. Nina Wilson, Mr
Vernon Knight, Mstr. Richard Boyce
Mrs, Thelma Boyce, Miss Hazel-Ann



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S.S. “Sundial” cabled the local
Harbour and Shipping Depart-
ment..informing them that they
had come» across numerous steel
oil drums afloat.

The drums were seen in posi-
tion 10.10 North 60.00 West, ac-
cording to the master of the ‘“Sun-
dial.” The local Shipping De-
partment have sent out other
messages.



Another cablegram received at
that office, which was an inter-
cept from Curacao Radio, stated



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Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.
S.S._ Fort Amherst, 1.6 tons net

Capt. Kean, from Grenada; Agents: Da

Costa & Co., Ltd.

DEPARTURES |
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons |
net, Capt. Selby, for Tortola; Agents: |

Schooner Owners’ Association.
Agents

M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
Parsons, for St. Lucia; Agents: D. L.
Johnson

S.S. Alcoa Runner, 4,832 tons net
Capt. Martino, for Paramaribo; Agents:
Robert Thom Ltd.

S.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946
Capt. Kean, for
Costa & Co., Ltd

tons net,
Antigua, Agents: Da

Pawelriver, Uruguay, Annalcondy lis,
Winsconsin, Elizabeth, Steel
Queen of Bermuda, Contesst,
Assia, Factor, Tectus,
Corilla, lIoamiszafirakis,

Albert of
Mauretania
Gracia, Lady

Nelson, Rebecca Boone, Katy, Dtharper. |

Estero, Atlantic Trader, Hurworth, Sun-
gale, Nordfonn, Southern Cities, Tela-
caparns Villedamiens. Runa, Goldheels.
mon, Rufina, Regentlion, Douglas Vic-
tory, Britannia, Louisiana, Norness

say MecLachan, Mr. Itic Feldman, Mrs
Allsa Wisser , Miss Susan Wisser,
Miss Doris Mullar, Miss Sylvia Kamchin. |
Mr, Leonard Zettel, Mr. A. K. Donald,
Mr. Leonard Elcock, Miss Bidel Rosner,
Mstr. Allan Morrison, Mrs. Alma Mor-
rison, Mrs, Phyllis Bonyun, Mrs, Doro-
thy Ward, Mr. Victor Ward, Mrs. Phyl-
lis Cole, Miss Angela Lucie-Smith, Mrs
Elizabeth Lueie-Smith, Mr. Irvine Mc
Conney, Mr. Tennyson Vaughn, Mr
Tehru Maraj, Mr. Richard Bridgewater,





Miss Fredericka Barrow, Mr. Daniel
Forde, Mrs. Hilda Althorz, Mr. Robert
Althorz, Brig. Arthur Mavrogordato,
Mr. Warren Bennett, Mrs, Patricia
Godfrey, Miss Anita DeSegov’), Mr
George Harris, Mr. Pedar Henarickson,
Mrs. Vanden-Branden, Mr. Vanden-

Barden, Mr. Marvin Howell, Mr. Her-
bert King, Miss Barbara Hamel-Smith.

For Antigua:

Mrs. Zella Weil, Miss Howard King,
Miss Norma Smith, Miss Wilma Stoute, |
Col. Hugh Wilkin, Mrs. Elizabeth Wil-
kin, Mr. Charles Peterson, Mr. “Richard
Mandeville, Mr, Ernest Lang, Mrs
Baith Lang, Mr. Guillermo DaSilva,
Mr. Eustace DeAbreu, Mr. Albert Bar- |
bour, Mrs. Monica Barbour,



For La Guaira;

Mrs, Trinidad Ferres, Mstr. Alberto
vdo, Mrs. Maria Pardo, Mstr. Marcel
rdo, Mr. Alberto Solariz, Mrs. El

“aldwell, Mr. James Caldwell,
ve Gomez, Mrs. Trina Gomez,
Kima Steele, Miss Mary Steele
St. Lucia:

James
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Mr.
Mrs



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Wooster, Mr. Anthony
Thomas Fuller, Mr. Peter

Kitts:
Jack Mestier,



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For Grenada;

Mrs. Phillipa Stewart,
Mitchell, Mr, Alex, Keer,
Ke

Mr.
Mrs.

Edward
Myrtle





Ciudad Truiillo,
Edgar Watson,

o D.R.
Mr

that S.S. “Theliconus’s” main
engine was disabled out to sea.

» The cablegram read:—S.S,
“Theliconus” position four miles’
Northeast of Kannon Point at
2240 G.M.T./28th. Main engine
disabled. Requests any vessel in
vicinity stand by her. S.S.
“Theliconus” drifting ashore. |
Tugs “Parmo” and “B, P. Tunus”’ |
left Willemstad for assistance ar- |
rive “Theliconus” position 0100 |
G.M.T./29. Any vessels in vi-
cinity please indicate and report
to Curacao Radio,

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27.1.50—I1n

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that
SZOL BIRSZTAJN of Navy G
dens, Ch. Ch. is applying to th
Covernor for naturalization, and
that any person who knows any
resson why naturalization should
granted should send
and signed statement of
facts to the Colonial Secre-

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IT is hereby notified for the information of the General Public
that with effect from Sunday the 5th of February, 1950 at 6.00 a.m.,

| all buses now leaving the Terminus at Trafalgar Square will leave

the terminus at Probyn Street in accordance with present Time Tables.

The following routes are affected:—
14 to Top Rock
15 Rendezvous Road

17 ,, Brittons Hill

18 ,, Belleville

19 ,, Boarded Hall -

20 ,, Ivy

21 ,, Waterford

22 ,, Jackson :
23 ,, Cave Hill

24 ,, Holders Hill

25 ,

» Deacons Road.
30th January, 1950.

31.1.50.—3n.



ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order, 1950 No. 4 which will be published in the
Official Gazette of Monday, 30th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “Eggs”
(Imported Canadian Large Grade’ “A”) is as follows:—

| Retail Price



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30th January, 1950, 31.1.50.—1n,



INCOME TAX NOTICE

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

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

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst

day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.

2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950.
8. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-

uary, 1950.
F, CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.

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

date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and
not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-
factory reason is given.

10.1.50.—19n,



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

M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to





sail from Sydney January 14th
arriving at Trinidad about February
7th,

M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail
from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie
January 10th, aeeaty 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
wading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply:—

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Agents: Trinidad
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Agents: Barbados.

\& AbLcoa res

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CANADIAN’ SERVICE

SOUTHBOUND
Name of ship Sails Arrives
Halifax Barbados
S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT” January 23rd. February 3rd,
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” February 6th February 17th

Sailing every two weeks,

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

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
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15th January.
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a limited number GREASERS, FIREMEN and MESS
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PAGE SEVEN

PARIS, (By Mail).

French art students play rough
~—-too rough, some people think.

Hazing of new entrants to the
school of fine arts has become so
“cruel and sadistic” that the Min-
istry of National Education has
ordered the farned school to set
aside a special building for the -
freshman-artists to enable them-to «
escape the persecution of upper
classmer. , ,

The indignant older students
have bitterly protested against the
decision, which curtails their tra-
ditional privilege to inflict exotic
punishments upon the freshmen
and impress them into what
authorities called “virtual slav-
ery,”

Parents of first-year students at
the Marseille Branch of School of
Fine Arts appealed to the Public
Prosecutor recently to act against
older students who had _ publicly

) undressed male and female fresh=

men, dipped their heads in pails
of dirty water and otherwise
made their lives miserable:

Tourists in Paris have seen the
art students run amuck at the
time of their annual “Auatz Arts”
Ball, when they invade the cafe
terraces on the Champs Elysees to
snatch up patrons’ drinks, bathe
nude in the public fountains and.
work themselves up to a climax
of Bacchanalian dancing at dawn
while police tolerantly look the
other way.—(IN.S.)

———

3 Killed In Plane
Crash

OSLO, Jan. 30.
Three Norwegian Air -Force
men were killed to-day when their
two-engined plane crashed at gn
airfield near Trondheim,
The plane was completely
wrecked.—Reuter,

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the Terminology of
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by
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PAGE EIGHT

_ Ferguson And Ramadhin
Dismiss Jamaica For 230
(BY O. S. COPPIN)

WEST INDIES and. Trinidad spin bowler, Wilfred
Ferguson and Trinidad’s new slow bowling “find”, Sonny
Ramedhin, were the chief instruments responsible for
Trinidad’s convincing win by an innings and 196 runs as
the first Trinided vs. Jamaica Test ended at Queen’s Park
Ovat to-day.

Jamaica wno had lost half
their team on Saturday for 172,
when faced with a deficit of 426)
runs added only 58 runs to-day;
for the remaining five wickets in
one hour and ten minutes.

Ferguson finished with a bag of}
7 wickets for 73 runs in 33 overs,|
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: : here. New South Wales | pees ’ Soa Ody
i i 142 in reply to \ ( e Ms +
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" 26 : By their victory, New South ' or °
in Ferguson's next v Wale nad certain of retaining (aS abd i
jelighted the crowd » t e i At the start healed ven Dad ,
4 lightful sweeps e leg | led Victoria byt 08 — ne oe » 32 es
boundary nt : t they cannot —e
_ Again f ‘ BB oy Sanne TO-NIGHT LOOK FOR OUR GUARANTEE ON EVERY PACKET
- ia coat seg A ma . i 1042 ozs. for 25c.
SONNY RAMADHIN | | - i een ee ee at 8 o'clock |
was aaa ae “ns at covers r, the SI lid | ing by leftarm fast|))) The Battle of The Heavy- i '
but ; xe swiped stupid- JACK DICK y : medium bowler Alan Davidson, } Weights 1]
erguson's fourth v2! t ; inter-Islz who took 5 for 28, enabled them | |
an eas ig t yer- dick t te r IslandF ootball. to gain a first innings lead of 189. | (Barbados) Hi
i “> ; ‘ > ‘ | ; ‘ Top-scor r Victoria was H.} JACK DICK |
| Valentin a Netball Tournament 322020 ie» 50 tie ae ee
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| . Vict rightarm leg break 184 Ibs. Re
. | Gi cusses Ly Leeward Islands Jack Ivorson, with 6 for| vs. Xt ||
; ree et de ii ag ede re > wee 3 i fast bowler J. Baird, with | (British Guiana) nh}
s ple his pre-lu ; â„¢ . oe : ' eed > 30 3 for 50, helped tumble New South KID JOHN (K
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pre- , Ai mings, J. De Courcy being top| 184 Ibs. | TAN GRECIAN
i Groves c ent in St scorer with 40. 19 ROUNDS 10 {i
' aight dov e wicket K : t. Kitt INI ‘|
4 . eak fre Fergus ‘ ‘ Antigua and Montserrat Victoria themselves failed in} Admission: MH | SLIPPERS
ge nae tn ; ; r second knock, however, 28/{\} Ringside $1.50. Balcony $1.20 ))
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- ees: SON ee es aa C. B. Layne and Keith | Pair $ :
ad playt a 28 for New South Wales ar i Changier,-~S TrOomovers. ; \
3 B iI : ts J Graem Hall playing in his first |
ho opened fr . ille ‘ Warne shield match, claimed 3 for 33. | SSS |
pened fr ‘ evi t Shie natch, c or 35. { i
farm end eng took a single o > 7 Vilie Law iL i following y lL be net- —Reuter. |} ‘ P { C
fourth = f the over. C ng was wa es . . il! between Montserrat and St ‘
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14 k sre By M. Harrison-Gray Mr. K. S. Yearwood .... 98 i BOOTS pair . ® |
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bey e and apt 10754 7 : that the HANDICAP shoot for | : ”
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4 s and 196 rur j i card tricks and respon . S.A
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x: had : ; | 9.0L m : conventions Ol Souvenirs 0o fa | Ci ia
fours in a ¢ » Ramad } 57 | Lighting: 6.30 p.m. : No Trumps. Revert, frame. Brit 4 | my
Seaeaaa Fergus a 4 |) High Water: 2.23 a.m. 149 | West's safent toad fa 0 nccouiiaeaS luterlude 12.30 p.m BRITISH CO., Ll
mostly drives and neat es t P y p.m ? South wins and leads @ A} 2 eo san
The score . b Ferguss 12 YESTERDAY ? followed by « a at Se ee oH NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVED ~~
on é Ramad rl Rainfall (Codrington) .\0 ins. || = @mmy’s @ J. est fails : fohn Bull’s Band 1.30 p.m.—2.00 t ? .
wa E 6 | Total for Month to Yester ind East wins with @ K, ; p.m “ = = ae
dad’s total a day: 4.08 ins onus wu to South’ ' Sports. Review 2:15 p.m—* = SSS
Ifia, next man in, was dismiss- Temperature (Max,) 81.5 *F fummy oe a we ; ae. Se Sarees }
ed before he opened his score. Hej , ¥* ke for 45; 2 for 48 Temperature (Min.) 70.5 °F. ? cashes @ Q, disc amece : 3.00 .m. Bia }
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expectant hands of Prior Jones at es 2 8 hour Spades, Music by Grieg 5.00, p.m.—s |) DESK DIARIES; PLATIGNUM PENS; PENCIL SETS;
first slip, who made no mistake in 33 5 10 a a Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.960 a At Trick 10 West m erally Speaking 5.30 p.1 WN t
accepting the catch so ses % 7? (3 p.m.) 29.896 ? kee D amatoae tsrence 5.45 p.m me » op °° age — sCUrTS; GENTS
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^r M ,A V. JANUARY r,, l!,3U THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE | ClnOi,,. Monti, Anr..... Court Of Error 1,500 lbs Of Judgment Fish Caught To-morrow In One Day T HE Fl yet r< UUNG eason lias not •• %  cd its peak catcnes for this month cannot be compared .1 very menu. !" da ' 'or :'' %  I' thU day over 1.500 Ibt mount rctoid. the last two months. The 1.535 lbs. that nj l-roimht ?,"•* ";? dl> "P ' 1.190 lbs. of dolphin. 320 lbs. of shark, and 25 IM. of king flsh. No flying mh puwd through the market last On Monday and Thursday no tlsh at all was brought market, while on Tuesday about £ ?! '' 0, P h,n 15 los. of king uts HONOl'K lb. 1 hie' Judge, "ji'ao Collymore, will rule in rourt of Error next ThuisH m "ether the .. o! *ppe jl "•" ngM or 5£L in connrm'.ng a derision of •"Mice Magistrate ol SSifordereoCoIvm Clarke ot •f-r Bill. St. Joseph to pay his *•",.,week instead of 3/a *J2L „ he had been ordered to "Si" irtfe is Clarice Clarke of oSLonuo. St. Joseph She ap25dlB Court yesterday unre("Stetl bv Counsel, while her SEad-as represented by Mr. "IT Brancker. instructed by UMST< Yearwood and Boyce. Her Sad was the appellant in the 3lt. „ „ ; 5h f "• %  After listening to Mr. BranckIts. of ^hark was brought in. _•', submissions, the Chief Judge Onehundl ..-ntv-iive Jarred judgment until Thurspounds ,.f dotpn: j n on Friday and 3a 15 lbs. dolphin en arc complaining that the small catches of Byrai nap are due to the weather* we have been having this month With CM next month thev expect the catches will Iniinm considerably. PACE FIVE BISHOP BENTLEY blesses the New St. Winifreds School. Bishop Blesses The Assistant Court of Appeal total of 75 lbs. -joflrming the Order of the and 30 lbs. .shark, inMagistrate, was influenced \JJSy i the fact that alt!iou E h A* husband's means from his n-te as a carpenter is still roughTr£l n rt as it was in 1947 when £ original o^er of 3/a week 1 made, his true financial position, including his house and land Ail not appear to have been put £ %  the Court in 1M7. On that point Mr. Brancker ar>3 oiiKincs and are capable %  >. *j that the Assistant Court of approximately 40 knots an hou.'. ICMSI should only have considThe launches are equl] i .Id whether there was any inwater toileti, a ti (rH e in means between the time "ol exist nn any other launch In uftW original order and the time Barbados They are also equipp Mughli" which loaded at Calcutforce last night at a meeting which T HE TWO launches that quarters of the ta. Rangoon, Colombo and Cape was held at the Steel Shed in on IxKird *: tradl Girls* School aim Town. Queen's Park. for 1 lie Harbour Polka have Port) ""' cn,ldwn The new school u Also arriving by this ship were The topic of the meeting was ited at the Pine in the resisupplies of tea, raw linseed oil. centred around dissatisfaction deuce formerly called "Weipeanuts in cans. jams, marmalades which had recently arisen among heck". squashes, pilchards, cotton drill, the Sanitary workers. Electric For the past few years. Miss bags, records and shoe samples cuts caused the meeting to start J. Seale. Headmistress of the The "Hughli" (4,564 tons) opwith gas light while a battery had Road, with nine-year-old ) Road on the bar. Joseph was struck ID with the shaft of the cart II. taken to the General Hospital House Meets •'They Will At 12 To-day Not Grow Old" A DONKi \ red on its right front foot and the rear %  whan in accident occurred on Barharees Hill at about 3.30 t> m. on Sunday. i Ihe motr.r car M—109u, owned by i Bank Hall Cross Road and driven by Alric Thomas of HawkifiS Clap. Wrstbun '; ad to a cart belanniiifj to il of RckSchool Declared t)pcn B) ::'.!. %  >. alt.i the school open, expressed the hope that in the years to come, all pupils nt the sehool WOUtO were nlled with fluid and had paeumorua. The stomach also in half filled with fluid. b his opinion the cause of death wuduc to drowning. He also believed that pneumonia contracted wu likely to make him delirious. Violet Barker of Beckisad she knew BuUin well. He fttquently visited her home. On Jeauary 24 about 6 p.m. he was It her home when some fellows Lla car called him for a drive 5*nUd he did not feel like going. He led her home about 9 o'clock. I Next witness called was James ^ fjMn %  watchman of the Public •uts Department who is supJW with a hut in Cavans Lane %  hu* he is on duty. X of an accident at about 7 oo pm. on Saturday bel nod an I %  d the motor r ir M—1648. owned by It. A. Browne of Buttons Hill and Jamas Qittaos ol My Lord's Hill The fender and bumper pf M—1648 were damaged side and rear fender of M—5*6 ISO damaged. T in i \M i riVK Council of the Barbadoi i held %  moating at Queen's Park at 3.00 p.m. on Baturd discussed certain protest%  Progressive C.C. and Dover h with BS points CC. SB He said that on'the morning of hut the protest lodged by Libertv Jnwj 24 about 12.45 he was in C.C. stated that Jhut _... etirnan. men who were not regis'' JW voice seemed to him of an 0wln ,n ^ *'? p "" taken away from I>over leaving %  %  I -ion. T AIM)ITT 5.30 p.m. on SalurIM pupils that they should ,i ibout their Ith that spirit i two pas1 tn the sehool and pupils, said: "O God our Heavenly Father, spirit man is taught understandfaigi blasa, we humbly beseech thee this school, pre%  IUIIIOII mpii who wer. not res stood. '" Inelr ulc rve Ihee all %  toc.tKi ptno,, Tnc man wn8 Jj !" uninlcllislblc things. "J" tl man passfd the voice ?* >' muttering, and he •JM > splaih as it some enc had •M into || Ml Goal Achieved Mr Wilkinson thanked Pal Wallbndge tor Ins Bill ..( :, Singer MachnK. He siiid that D their objective was due. pnmar.areenage. A dl I IB wcident occurred on Cox Hoad between the motor cai |s ,.. ,„,. 0 d „,, o( lht Kh(<1 | *4oon ashooner %vhich was M—I", owned and .driven h a]1(1 ,„ 0| |., w.rkets. %  %  alongside the whorl startAshton Easlmond of Two M"e A,,,, | ong tlnl , iu ^.^rk and this altrncled his "''IS'Y'chacl. and ., .^sought goal %  He moved to the edge '/"',"''' '" ''>""" V* !" '. rl and saw ,he head ,.l IUp. andjWden bv W, ma i •^ttir-Vh.";;;.^;"'';!. "•-'•. %  "* ouappeared Hf> then rall.i s;-ine WW who c. "c and flillcd Cynthia. w taken to the GenBV" body later the same morn*en he came out of his hut 3U,'" "o one around on the eraf Hospital In nn unconscious condition Both velu.l. damaged 1,500 Bugs Of Rice Arrive From B.G. £2 to be pain %  n default one month .. F-—nem wu mp0Ml | One thousand, tn hBndrad bags of rice were brought here A I'.:., 'taut. ., PrTuWnent was UUPOaed'^M on'Sunday" evening by S Gap bv "Phihp 11 Davidson which ar-— -y MT. r.. A Mci-eo Mi I for the second reading of a Bill to amend the Gas Works Act of 1911. Next on the Order Paper is the much spoken on AdI>. D. Garner urging the repatriation to it persons of African descent THE (oUowln %  %  %  tie commemoration of • iiibers of Hts Porees who died In lbs wai and n. s :—. Proposals for the commemoration of those moml. I s Forces who fell in :ho iy.l 1H45 war and wh known grave are announced by oarlal War Grave;, Comittaff consultation with the Governments of the British Commonwealth. The chief naval ...is will ix. 1 in this country linked with the n* the 1914/1918 war at Chatham, Plymouth and Portsmouth and there will be three Smaller memorials at Leonsolent\ Liverpool and Lowestuft The 000" memoration of the armies will be by campaigns and most of the memorials will be In In Europe the sites chosen ondhalm in Not %  kirk and Bayeux In t'asslnu m \'., principal memorial in Africa u ill %  teisa, port i agoSuarea In Asia there will be i at two cemeteries In Iraq nd at Beirut at Slngap* ra Salwan Bay, Hong Kong. for the memorial* for the campaigns in Burmi the defence of India have not yet bean chosen. The largest| lal to the Air K i l>e at Coopers' Hill overlooking Runnymede Ijearing th ol all those lost during opera. r K and North West Burope. Others will be in Malta at El Alamein at I in Canada. In the South and South West Pacific eight memorials will commemorate together those of the Land I nd Air Forces an 31. UM ) The Volunteer Force (Tnken UM laiidinArtklel We UB remarks by a mem! • I rorce, VMII, : %  are causing much %  %  C compai on the loyalty of the two comlithougfa ii is said by 'i heard them that they huvv boon misquoted and misconstrued. It is also reported that other branches ol Uw Barviee have been disparagingly referred to. It is nut surprising that there should be haaruSuraiig men who ing themselves to the mm country, when %  U subjects of suspicion even although much that Is reported to h said has lxx-n i. tad. Occurrcno kind must have s dhdntagratlng Influence on the Force and the authoi : %  i %  iisnaaj <>f the matter, allay the dissatisfaction and t. I 1 ndence in the Companies members. Jamaica Cricket Team Knlrrliuned Last ni,;i,| tlie memht I Crickel Team won anal Dlnnei at the Mrldgetown Club by U oos Cricket Con w.v//,v,v,v/-/,v/,wAv#vvy*v/^ HARRISON'S BROAD ST. 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Tt'l IWI'ARY II. CLASSIFIED ADS. Till. BARBADOS ADVOCATE FOR HE.Vr I' K.I DIED GOVERNMENT NOTICES //r*7 lr£ UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I HAVD been instructed io i n n flantafl *t i ,„,.., c %  '"' opposite Balmoral Hatting, one nl "' Dairy which mciudet •mni C iw 30ID N HEMORIAM %  •ry food condilion. Cow Shed* covered wiii, B,i anlfi "?!LJ2l". Ml b <""* l . mml cat*. ". bo,u "' %  * %  "•*.. earner bicycles, -1 Fort 8 Car I and several o:her Itm. v r Terms cash. I) ARCY A SCOTT. Audknrfr I In 'V-.U" know you have HUM •">'• a aTtTE 'T ls a for the Information of ihr Oeneral Public ""' wllh •• il al 6.00 %  roan twos now leaunij th, ; | MVP the ttrmtnus al Pip! urctnnce with present Time Table*. The following routes arc affected:— Top Hock SSiTBSP'--?*! %  -a la*. ,, IM ,. m „. wi5!,M. 12 i i I W-lfn J"* rlcft blewtnM "" ""*!-,. ,M,.'i.i Dudley Jet%  "SjTo.U. 0"'. %  Broll-e.J. jjjToSTK. *i •-' ZTii m %  > JE7 BIST las ts st n i n di ^UU, l.lc on January SSlh. .. .— no nlteil (tiW. BtoS hss brought before ui; S %  *•"• of 'two vwi MO. £. .!>•} the edge '•! "**. •"*" !" .--_. h,t. awa>rw Mf. IW -* %  "' %  i back r>.. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I have bc n instructed to w!l on Wrd ""I" " %  < the UI February, beg.nmrul .iMlinam. opposite Hasting* Hotel, an entire lot ol well kepi household tana. mir which include*: Old Fashion Mahogany double arm Sola with Bed; Ubhol... Heroic* Mah Chair w ,th !" iVt.on %  l i.irm Table, including TlD Top and r.tenOon: a .-oiler' II Mah. <.mndfa(her<, Clock Caw, a %  U*d>ladn wilh Sprintand MaHrtw CcttaiPrM: ChWH at Drawei; >|h.>ga„y Ifciuble lltmirad wnn lona .SprinB-IIH mallrcta. Mah. Drr*.in Table: Gent Mali Wardrub. %  %  d in uvrrlooklnc the above can do IO Tu ptwra K thai ,-r would R hod II I' iiit*". Trev!' Altha. Gloria. I>hel UOLL.YMOBX ROCK, >t.uidliiK '"i IZ.B0O tquare led ol land. The huu>* (onlaini. Drawn,v;. Iin"i. •d and open Verandah*. lour rdfoomi. one with runnn.. .* uaual otlWea KHchan II t-'upboaida Alio a dctarfhutl rvurn with built in cupboard* miUblc lor a Doctori con^ulllnf room laundry room with built In Tub an! tuniiinK water Two servant* roomi wi;. W C. and Shower Dath. Tin %  Mtll throughqul. Inspection Monday to Saturday b> a;.poiiiitncnt. Telephone No; STJ8. The above residence will be offered tor sale at public competition at the I underalfned on lliday loth •-0 at 2 p.m. t'.MUUNGTON Ai REALY. IMIISOWI i mod ...:.< % %  .-' TTie pub),c arc I i %  Ml dcbl or debt, m my iumr unlca. by 'ider *imed ba U'AXTIrlr HFLP SAIJ1SM AN An ExprrWnced Salesman for ITovi.ion FVpt A| TAIIAIHS— First c -il .pplv corars in Tnilorlna; u Jacket hands. Maffel. Ltd. Top 25 1 50—lw LADY STOfOCRArHER SECRETARY irood saWy for guahned p., Kiw \ Company. Dew Pa*** O0M M.,U| iwkecpci. ptosaM Advocite Advtf. W PORT Schcor.r stoU) I B Hadrr. Sch Emer.WL. AHRIVAU* Schooner Ldudalpha. M Tapt Climb, from SI Uicla: Asen'.s Schooner Owners' Aasoelattori S S HukhH. 46M ton* Reynolds, irom Trinidad; Aaent< [, Cos'a Co.. Ltd rchooner Philip H Davidson. M to— net. Capt Settly. from British Guiana. Arntv Schooner Owners 1 Asaocia'lon S.R Proapector. 3.0M to"l.ttlcchild. from St Kill.. Aiit D l..i.laU-. from TYlntdad. Agent11 *. OB I td Amherrt. IMC tons net l ;.r* Keon. rrom Orenadj. Agenu: Pa UEPARTl-RES Schooner NUrea Henrte U iMt, Cap. SHbv. for TortoLa: Arenb. Schooner Ownsrs' AraeclaUon schooner Adalbia. ton* net. Capt y.-mrruna. f..r St I.iiiaAgents Schooner Owner*' A*sDr**uon V V ladv Joy. ** tons tMt, (am %  St. Lucia: Air Johnaon Req %  l-.-ranvartbo. Agents m IJd Aniherst. IN* tons net. for Antigua. AgentDa 15 .. Rendezvous Koed Mill 18 .. Batlaa 19 .. Boartled Hall Ivy :i .. lord .lacks., t; CM* Hill Holders Hill 25 „ %  Road. 1S50. IN nilTII WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION CABUE and WlreUjs* CW< -tt they ran iu"> cato with the I l km nut hin" Ihroug:) U I I l-.t-1-d.OotM ttataDi ''"•". Aston !" IUIW. Cltv of Khartcum. Caslon. Earn Amaierdam. Argentina. Eaneh. Forumh.rs. Sanverontcc.. Ampatc Waahlngton. St PauU. Sundi.it Rein Det PaciAco. Tlndefir Ann*leu.d> hi. ronteesl. Albe--t pi %  Cera Br-onr. K-'^ %  %  -• Trader. Btr •n* Hnu. GoMheel* .;'*• VicATTENTION is drawn to ihc Control or Prfcfjl ilVft'tut) lAmendmcnt) Order. 1950 No 4 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monda>. 30th Januaiy, 150. I, DttdtsT this Onlr the nidxmumi retail selling price of "Eggs" (Imported Canadian Lnin 1 Qradi H follows:— ^ULUHi8iL MISCCLLAMEOUS *MTD TO lit V 1-oSTACiB STAMPS ol ih .c*t Indie* At the Canbtaea ociety. ;ird Floor, No 10 Swan I SO—ai i'imil \oiins REAL ESTATE r pa Ki Main lid Right' w Model uood Condllion. about MM .| Cuing for 110,009 Isirge and i*rtlea including New SUMH. ..nil Else where In Good Hr-mcli to S,i i i %  Haa. ConU.t D. F. d Abreu for Nearly Anything m Real Estate % %  [ %  n with Good Buys, No H, ItHHtung. Boosting ur Bedrtalttf, Di.l 111) tall st. BY puhli our OITlc* Jamea Street on Friday the 10th Pehruory 10U at 2 pJH"MALTA' h Saint Josepn contamim The dwelling b furnished. Water 4 aUCIrh ilalled. Inspection on ap| II rCHINSON ft 31.150— 10n FOR vtlF pj-'i>b,p„ RM oU ,„ moa i r* l 'iniM •„.... .... IPB*M • %  •'• %  < %  oi-i tcie 31 1 M On p-OW Saloon in :.. %  "> Ulat %  '*• '! Hot MtnUn %  "W.H.. top %  PCTCIX-2MC, BSA. Oil V *-** '** • h P ; i'e. punt) %  .:'.' 1 -. gf| floe I Hot %  double. Foo g !" PUPPY IDog). 4, I nl* 1 ^"* WPPII. Begli.-. Club. I^ndon %  k"Ki2,k a M.l.U—Lf n I IP, rNasssMM 31 1 SO^In compi I bed*. aU'M rra "*> Alley, oper | H S^tous WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY SHABJn A %  st, Phone Mr 71 1 50—n PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE %  Till: I-KOVAT M\H,iivi i ur HtM 1IHM— HI | :u| %  •"ghest bidder for any sum iwt under •I value All that certain piece •>< \ i.iii.ifig b> ..dmeiiaurrinenl 1 hutting .md bnuiuLi.. i U.irbadoi. Co-oi.. 1 "..d called Vi. together with OHM ther-on. and all appur> %  ,,T ..*'''* t ,r "l'"ly . Attached from %  : Oeposll to be paid at oi pun :... V H. B ROCHEFORD. Aclg. Provo-t Marshal Ilovosl Marshal'* Office. 1 S0-3n !Ok BAU (IR HLNT HOUSB caile. Yacht Club For i D-ARCY A. SCOTT. MagatiliM A modern Bungalow, four bedrooms, two ho^hs. A.ilcr. on the sea. balhlnii beach. I %  a arree of land Vefjei, 8 mite* from st James Enquiry Sandyflcld. St Peter Phone 01-50 or st the premises Garden, St. James 20 1 ,X.-lSn. UCVAMW Wllh the BBMS thireto. containing 4 Acre* 2 Roods. SI 'a ItuatO at Upper I Ideally suitable foi development ai a Building Estate. any day except Sund.ivhltw***fl the hour* of 0.30 a m. and MM .-i m mid 4 p.m. and C p.m. on application to Mr. Ronnie Gltten* on premises. Dial 3771. The above property will be sel tip for Sale at our Office NO. 17 High Strer I.ridfsetown, on Friday 3rd day cf Hlmnry 1H0. at 3 p.m. For further particulars and Conditiono' Sale, apply to the undersigned:-COTTLE, CATPORD At CO.. x I '.i : = %  day "t25 ''"''y earned by obt..i for unvote ChrisUnaa Card* from raw friend. No previot. %  %  lOOk lo Britain' largest and Inenmsx Pti hU a h ae i ; higkcat commli.on. .it...-vrllotiB money making opportunl^. %  mi A Oa Dapi 10 Victordi Works. ITcston, England LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  %  Bn*. David AT--, vt^LT-^*^ K,lm P-"' i.vnch. Robert Franklin. . %  -. %  si-Jl Monica Kellman. Oscas Mhelyn Norton. Eugcn. Nor 7^^"" l '„ RJchwd %  P*trieh w. bridge. Ilemette Sllverg. | ye,*, .Judith AlleyiuForde. Ur* il.bu Alihot*^ Mr Hcoer %  %  Arthur MaM-.sjor.lslo Norman HoMrock. ( t,I Qnnly Sl.eppaj-d Richard* Shepp..i Aihbv. Raphael Loff*n. rTt I '.int. Heni f^ampde,,. George Forde. Richard. Gree-. ntarh, iTom St. l.uclu: Alfmio I.,;.. Stilton. Ana Relgr..,.. %  Pettr Bergsuae. Daphne campo %  M-rie Du < % %  From Antigua: John UcBoth, Pu %  %  % %  "lev. Kitts 1 ^-angers iniraruui toe T, nt IMKTI Rra it |,W I A.l Mr Uone: D *,ith. Mrs Jean H*mel-S< Jehn H : Thelma no\re I tic IVidman. Mrs Susan W later Miss Dons Mullar. Mis. Sj-lvu Kam.hln. %  I V-ork. Miss Fidel Rnsner. Alms Mor%  lr Dorevlo* Ward. Mr* Pfvyls-gksUUi, Mr* Uth. Mr livuw \|> .ighn. Mr p—iai Wkli KeUU I'rloe miii more than) EOOS^napOrtsrd Can:id-;in l...n:v Grade "A" ii t.'vnls each 30th January. 1950. Warren Bern.. bl Deflegov. M, l< Podar llenu, %  Brandy Mr \ ii HerI, Miss Barbara Hamel-Sinnh %  PMI Mis* Howard King. %  Col. Hugh irM Peter-on, \\ %  I \ : %  . ^br< Hi Albert Bar%  idud Ferre*. Mtr. Alberi %  < %  TVina testiu-i, Mr* %  Wooster. Mr Anthonj n*i Ft %  -v. Mr. Peter %  ii***ao*V] Mm Kaar, Hn IN'COME TAX NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that income Tax returns nre reluired from every married man whose Income Is $1200.00 per annum or over, from every other ptnoo whose Income U $"20.00 per annum or over and from compan es whether incorporated or unincorporated, societies, persons en,;.i i in any trade or pro(esion, and .iwncrs of land or property wtattMI a taxable income has accrued during the past year or not. Forms of Return m.i-. .rom the Income Tax Department AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950. and the forms duly filled .n must be delivered to me on or before the following respective date* : 1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 31st day of December, 1940, on or before the 31st day of March, 1950. 2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business Is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950. 3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January, 1950. F. CLA1RMONTE Commissioner of Income T.ix and l)e:ill: Dutits NOTE; Any person failing lo make Ida return within the due date will be liable lo a tine not exceeding i:iOt and not less than K2 and will be prosreuted unless a satisfactory reason is given. 10.1.50.—19n. SHIPPING NOTICES play rough —too rough, some peopi' %  M,ni has order* u ..pper The indignant older student* decision, which curtails their tramfllct exotic %  lents upon the freshmen them into what authorities railed "virtual slavery." I'.irrnts of lirst-year students at the Marst-ilio Hrnnch of School of Fine Ai Publk Prosecutor r*JC< gainst iblict* unoressetl male and female I men. dipped their heads in pails %  -ir lives miserable. D UM art students run m Onui of their .mnual "Auat' %  e eafe rates to rin .-. i IUH nude in the public I 'hemselves up to i elimax dawn while !N'S.) 3 Kill.-.l In IMiuie Crash OSLO, Jan. an • %  wntn their ushed at ati ..Iheini. The plan. rletelv i — Keutrr. SAFETY FIRST! lOOH il R il Ri ii MOV i g -THE WOIJ)." 4th Avenue. Marine tk about 10.000 square (eel of land will be offered for sale at the ba undersigned on Thursday. the 2nd d*v ol February. ISM al > p.m. •hold dwrlhnghous* contains pubUg looms. Mb %  I*Hi etc. on llrsl floor. uas and water service*. The house h** recently been renovated and decorated and U in excellent condl,. I.) appointment with Mrs MM. Dial MIO. rurtlur p*rt*OUfc*fl and condlUona ol ale apply to . COTTLE, CATFORD St CO. Solicitors. 21150. lln For Sule-Contd. \ quanUty of empty stee 1 drums. Dial 4MB. 30*?. >' %  GAIiDITf HOM. •>im ui low prtci ruiiilail Garage. 5 8 In. aiu Ma Ml 31 1 50*n %  Dial 333S H.l.W—3SAPB-On* small Safe wllh romblna, 7M3. Belgrave. P"" Bakeries Ud. | v, t l .v ACCKBSORIES i-l inuilips Ladle*. Getiu and Youtissbe*. pedal*, brdhe i^jr*, %  i-. tt. ksrk> I 31 I 50" VK v-:'. I,,; U'MKNT FPCO Tro'leli Pllan. screwdrlvo.. oper, 31 I 50—n TYRE* Trurk and Cdr Te* ,w 1. TOO x HI x t. •*•"-':!£ x '1 180 x IS. Auto Tyr* Co. i ^* t *^ t v Bualnaaa known as the Colonial junsnt situated at <*"" f p f..rtli-r particular JT I W good •"hong ShM STtlKDOH FROM FTRE-lruUl a Fi.eproof Safe with door* J^ured ni -embln-tlon lock: Suitable lor office %  or I record* Contact RM SONS -B-dosi Ltd 13 1140Tue. I DM MC ft m VRT) SWsaWTaV • .heets. from *2 08 and %  •* -d. A. i*m^ I/' %  j • fcyga.ua, HAM-** 1 %  %  hop al Buy fttrtNt, sM>. I. %  I MM l sOjUot lacense al a %  %  ii-el .lOth day of January IsfO To. K A %  ALLA.N %  %  Conn lo be held at Police Court. District A or, Thut-dthe th day of February ISM at 11 o'clock. E. A. IfttJTrTT LI0U0R LICENSE NOTICE .... Agents: Barbados BISHOPS HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO WT^&XXZ, SbuurulupCoApplications aja invited tor (a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable of teathniK LgUn ..ml KrtL.li.li m BlghftT Certificate standard. (b) Sdflll %  ->'. Physics ana tftirtUrd. Salary in each case $2,lfl0 — $2,880 per anflum. Apply to Arc!-.-h D PI V. B.A., Scarborough. Tobago. :.:.0-ln r >**Ve-W*>V^Ve*eVy.Ve'*GOD'S WAY OF ;£ SALVATION MADE PLAIN" SHIRTS-Wholesale and Retail, lactory jriccs. Ri)al Store.. 17 I 13n NERVES Free Book from S. Roberts. ^ 30, Central Avenue, Bengor. :j N. Ireland. NOTICE %  Is hereby given thai % %  %  •. dens. Ch. Ch. Is applying Iff •< .aunalUaUon. aiHt i-ersuri who ki->- |*BJ tuialltatlon should %  .i II Hid Mrned atotcrneiit al • t. the Colonial Sacrs31 1 501)1 Mil 111 HO I SO OAKAOIAJI -i.iiii 1 'A PATRIOT" %  %  i %  %  s.ils Arrive* il.hi.. narked** %  Feuruar> Ilth MH OKI I v-.s -mill I S S ALCOA HoAMKH 15th January. S S All'OA RUNN1CR Stlh January. 808 30th December, arrivei from New Orleans 14th January, %  HI.IM I sel traak : aaal BsueraUe. When • Ml • BUSINESS Ntllill. lull and I'nabrldieal fdilUins will I M.l.11 U.MANAC. ljg 11 n*s SHOT otm M 1:1111: A JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWARE $'***S*****'>'*''''•'-''.•,'.-.',•.'. ,'/,'.'.','////,',',%',V,V/.'//V/'/V//',t Apply: DA COSTA ak CO.. LTD. — Canadian Service HUBERT THOB1 LTD New V 0 rk and Gulf Sarvle* JJOA TkvsrfihA (psJifyum&Mj. and JiM Ramp of Qlihaclivt Souusuuu viiJi . COLLINS LIMITED. 2H, llru.ul Slreel. ^ ^^^S ^!^^.''''" %  •-' %  % % % % % %  • % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  QUALITY %  %  id itmny %  r q*J Showroom. 1 NiMiiMiv mm M OH HIM IMIKN. I'MIUIMIM ,l| 1 MII \ Ml I \| .,, „„ s l\ 111 II III I ,l\ ENGLISH POETRY 1 How I'oelr, |, Drwpibed: the rrrminulocv of I ri|„„„, ( HUGH P0PHAM on maasaMoan al < I., ,„„ ,, s,.|„ MI | -it S.I5 | lm Kee lor OjSnti illh. •*lnlr I.e. i u ,,.. 1 ., ITNIVEKSITY t'OIUi.r M mi rVESI INDIES. "•SSHSNI I I Mr., Um.,1 >!ll %  1 "" %  •' "I II. II Hf, '"•' 01 II.I/U,;^, ^nd IAME.1 1 Al'i bastnalna 1: on Tliui.iij,. ,,|„ ltJ| •SSI Mill,1 MM 1 KpeliliUIOHn. Ice In, ( „ u ,„. I(l *lnjle l.rrlure. Ite \OIII I niK OROCKRY DEPAHTis clot* debted to this r^piiEs8H should kindly rail ai I %  LEY Per M. E K. Boui: in informing the publn ,,. otWatag at Marhtl ..iding name "WARD & SPENi KH a business es) he needs of I Outfitters and riffer a special line tweeds. I ,, fcc. Oui : We s. y WARD & SPENCER For Ih. CAM, ISIIKI.I. CO.) TANKERS in turac.o :i limited number DM \Sl:KS. I IKKMKN und MESS %  OOM iiovs. Apply at DaCosta & Co, Ltd.. Cavans Lane, Warehouse Office at 4.30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, 2nd and 3rd February. Only Holders ol Shipj discharge papers or men %  Hh i'V dered. OS will be received at our Broad Street 1 H 31.1.50.—3n. Butter Slmrlage? Wf CAN SUPPLY tUm BUmiR at 72? per lull I, a Stuart & Sampson LTD. %  lr.dQti.rtt!, foi *V.t RUM Last o( the Monlh... FURNITURE BARGAINS! "(>ne nah* deen ** %  ( tiniuui '".ly MOO. id comfort ...id • ou d til SO L.S. WILSON Trafalgar St. Dial 4808


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?\t,\ Km: THt BARBADOS ADVOCATK %  | mfsm0 Mjom The Baek-Room Boys Tursdat. January '1 UM Peaceful IMekelini* WIT House of Assembly baa boa .cept amendments ma" % %  b the Legislative C n inrtance* the amendments hive been agreed to even although the House in one ce _-es had been infringed. Todav the Courc. nts to the Trade Union Act 193* and the Better Securitv Act 1920 will be discussed by the House. The two i' vould seem in one J< lhe be5t ln tr, i necaaaarj addition It was suggested during the original debate in die House that the clause providing for peaceful picketing near one's home should have been I the bill. The sponsors of the bill r< I was passed watta tail e sion. The C The: ,h dtletl n passed in other "" : the should include pr. lend todef. :can individual re,ul or o-.i. "" the preservatu there is good reason to b* M might rue to breai ac *The second am I that at*' some place of busines, %  P"" sons, who becau, lden violence. All imagined that respor., trad' led ** pickets STchane*...* are compelled t, etaa. badges. Tr. ak lne ilfcui]— ll> t li.irlr* Winlniir In B very r>i.: a***, i % % %  at 22 Gayf*• Street. S.W.. MM M--I i bh.id u li phwiiB before > nrtleh| Doard. -Liberal i'Miy", be says. land plugs the '..'.lY*** a****, -Uberal Party Uberal Party Uberal ParHe takes a few minutes otl V. talk to me. and a pretty I from anai As %  laMai tIC THREE Choose A Short Butcher lORK. (B% NEXT ttaw JOB %  .it get it from a siMrt battd *> * lrom MB GEORGE KIHK. atata manufacturing execu•Srssssa are built to be read by a man at has """"• .veraee height.'s. -..;ier man win H GS£"*£ reaTS e*tra ounce or two into the weight ^ %  STS, i?7 especially important to know wher '" vou've got rationing. So at your butcher's ask for your jne-andsixpeoce-worth—and a mideet: ITS CHEATER ^MstH .i—and very acceptable:Twe alaain for the price of one. For a 14s meinbership subscription to the -Restaurant of the Month Club'' you get a set of menus from five participating restaurants. When vou visit them vou need tell no one you are a member until vou reach the cashier. To her u present your membersh-p card and she deducts half your bill You can repeat this at TUESDAY. l.\M,m Y % %  H Party, be NsaWl % %  i pad -Want your r^--r< or. :•-ir.ouirMarteu Barj^ aaal *-"- f ^merV^^ to b,^r^ -B^^S^ I. ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ H '. h S-SJ? f^TSi^y^T er sentedtoTthe last years withbajd of the Brieftnf D^artmenv T.^.k^, curtains, to give double the .""wir uied b, St. -.abr-kandVSSS aT^minSwe^The bottom hems are made ju^t like the ^ W H lL£. a ?LZ?m ^^"^SKf^SHnfSSrl.n^ thev can be hung from either end. 11-II our ; K, hen their tan ap ea i e is with information and, Mother-and-daughtrr dresses 01 laeni.cai prominent politicians. Su farts for their speeches m Parjgsj—, Tw-Diece and reversible, they are the usual four will be working an 11-bour day. ght ote CoMervatrre. .*loiner.ana-*ui;iiti .*-——— — design. Two-piece and reversible, they are ciled to fit all women members of a family. >'• Dalro >• And each can be worn four ways. Twenty-one OUT of term they sometimes, shillings for the infant's size; 35s. for big ghost-writ! speeches (or Uberal slsler; Sis. for mother. is also a candidate, but pundita who need more material, his constituency of Hen-ion Korvi Peggy is going to have a busy tim* st prominent politicians. Su facts for their speeches in Parrhibald StocUix and to WUlament %  the neglect of thear own constiluewies and were the: rejected by the voters *tl' *"* ."f^^sCtsaaigf "" %  M Brrt-class platform speak ^ y~ %  f mtr r -, thai fr support him. als A shor.. stocky flu t ^Islre^oTuKcertain ,0 pu, -i candidates bite the Bald eral "' %  !>='£' '"'ll "Sf, I Job between nowand four menr ^*'^^L^*~Stt f raise vear-old l ^S.-. 1< frS M r^! to 500.-ten more candidates hai e Whip of the Part}; Lrd Mwrn^ ^ „,, rai ^ i_wi.Ong saori W R I" Never Mrr* 1 Council L rl .: : •7.. eaSaai at r.sxc-. > y^a. r'--. Mat in l^rlassaMssl. *• ta %  . broadcast the -Riii-a-Seam'' gadget invented by a "eiirili I^£^ ^^rTiew'^^erng; housewife "lo attach to* her sewing machine between it and Oayfen queries from harassed Uberal' jt takes out stitches m a Hash. He c aims to ha> !.** candidates all over the country ; Bottled '.Meat Trnderiser. -don and a. lea.-t She has been UJidi "No o-ening [o fa chea p cuts of meat it makes them soft 5. TSSS'u^Srf'^ as sirloin steaks mv regret — and climb ar. I I > 1 K.-w. I akt at ttsdrj *THE OPENING lines are always the same. Here are more charming girR „ rm n0[ sj^^ng this just because I'm lhe ub2S£ rrn,r JO olito:''ner child's mother" %  Vm^^^tSi Z grandfather was a Uberal can-' monev. just my baby s career. . Ana an dldate many years ago. ot her Hollvwood mother tries to get htr Joy came to Liberal headnM m ^ „;„,„_ SflS utTwren* sff the Daily they line up outside the agents SperfoifJoerl pollSdec,offices. Fifteen years ago their miracle youngs-ons and helped to write -.vice as good as bhirley Uberal candidates' handbook. Xemnlp" Now It's: "Twice as good M In her spare lime, if any. sh" !" ( Q Br, en • bran?h^f%* 0, Uberal Party and But in 13 years the mothers have not diminsuppon or insufCc. ,.. r decision ls hed—or changed. Sometimes frustrated funds MarteU argue, that they „ candloatc a g„„.t Sir actresses themselves, thev teach their mop"Ft ITvlrv much a farni, ^ -range rickg-J.ke ihe onei W h J', i in I. Protrrt A Preetne Hit, BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON PERMANENT GREEN PAryj LA8TIKON 1IITE 11(11 -K P\l>iT L.ISTIKON RED OXTDE ROOF PATXT PERqi'lTE MARINE WHITE ENAMEL OPAQUE WHITE UNDERCOAT (obliterates BI U| „ PROMEt M SILVER ALUMINTCJl """ PROMEUM METAL PRIMER cprevealj _. EBONITE BITUMINOUS BLACK BERVAR YACHT VARNISH MATROIL FLAT WALL PAINT Dl SSEAL WALL PRIMER i NEUTkALttf, •• HOUR' FURNITURE LACQUER ,j|| ., RUX RUST NEUTRAL1ZER WILKINSON ek UAY'NES t (>.. LTu, s—-n L C S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD Phonrs: 44:2 & 4687 Links In A i li-iti oScuus come to see plead that they bat a-boo hair-do as well. They envy MRS. ELEANOR l'HRREAU. *It i. aU very much a fami'y pels strange u % %  "-'" '"•.".. KI arty here m Ga>-fere Street. Can her daughter out as VERONICA LAKE, peeK*" %  this "snail organisation stand the a .hoo hair-do as well, ays MarteU. .train of an intensive six weeks" -r.cish man hurries into campaign! Pamphlet ia all I think i: wffl do pretty we ^IW^iiyi SUneX "Tell the % % %  ""/"J 1 *io' ahead and print Hi be sane at the end of it all. rSn. What do you think of it?" and how he will vote, is an open .esmond Banks. Uberal question. WOULD wmraMaan. : beral organisa—London Express Semite. discredit o! the otga MssssTMaMat Tr.--. auen eraBduct wasrld i • union rcagae. The World %  Getting Warmer ll Ituii II. Taiin-liil ^Zt l.Cf that these reject the amer. ->u> fcr IT il not Use kaa. the n t ail %  There ha* beast na esga employ en o the ucf •• UMT SO there will * tug of satiafMt.^ '.a tskttv n—. e been i> take i-. %  Use cw ;r.ier trmpera: I I %  lised In Ok* lilt-. ci;..> ...i.^. *. who has put her three children on thi —the eldest of them only eight. But DEANN'A BLRItlN ... "Parents," she said, "should use caution before pushing their children into theatrical careers. The desire should come from the child." Deanna's tragedy isuccess at 14. two divorces, out nt work at 27) does not slop the i mothers. Nor does the example oi SHIRLEY „rature o( 13 degrees TEMPLE. Despite the broken marriages of | • •. Vi oegrees l 0 degrees (;AK AN|1 M UK I.\ HOONl.Y. ;. ka the border In JM%a too( AS I I.IZABETH TAYmiter the Canadian LOR'J> two broken romances, they cold has failed to break through, avl( j t0 pu t their children where these others into ihe Eastern part of the United ( SrSS I'g STbirSEr! h d And when meone mentions V 1 SGI UN Now and thin, a Uttle of thi. GARNER, who went to court at 17 to be cold air has spilled over into ihe [ ree 0 [ Ber mother, thev change the subject. Dakota* and the mountains and Commented Deanna about it all: "Unless the valle of ihe watt and soum; ^^ cmldren earnestly want and ei Last winter, also, the situation applause and attention, they'll be bewilwai like that, but the atmospheric jered and unhappy". -.he west broke down at | p,. anna should know, intervals and in Janu.'u __.„ ... vxu .|.|, dous mass of Canada's teH IT OL.VMOl It poured irto the plains and fari^TIIE AMEKKAN iking girl is every west, witn great quantiue* ofj 01t ^ g i amorous ^ her favourite Sim star. Sn This winter there has been no She dresses as fashionably as any debutante great break-through, but Fcbru-: —and often with far better results. .•!malty the eoldes' month p G[ -,ere. The stores meet her %  ln .. 1 v UC M^'h"^>ore than half wav. They stay open until SneVtnfe. vety cold M£-\*TOI nine p.m. once a week, so she can shop after : far aaav and it, work. On Saturdays IB an until aid come through in a hu.r.S1X Even on Sundav while she reads their Moai weather '"• ., advertisements in the Sunday papers, people ^ve"^.^^ !" SA.fU-K^ £ "* !" ^'^^ iS^S h. —IT .nd „.i.r r over. ohoned order, though the shop itself is closed. takes out stiicnes m a imn. j. .. _-J ., Bottled '.Meat Tenderiser." Sprinkled on datMvwv'/Mistagniiiiu ituvvMoaai GOOD TO THE LAST DROP! 3 YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE Rlj| $1.60 per bot STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO., LTD. BROAD STREET •.-.•. %  .•.-.-.-.-.-,-.-,v,-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-/,v.v,-,-,-,WKj ilareaus n of Synoptic Reports :. la, predicts thai ..: ^e-in-January" ihruughout a large OaWBtTy may be lunner of sUll milder like nothing wc have most noted : a been wilh tlv ther Bureau 36 ar* at the Washuf three book in its seventh Weather Around rid." and "Drought". In u %  i xplains .In i this year's I In in *a*< and nL.ter i over. .,' "222 As to the cause of this sltuaUon j*r\....e Namias. chief of the ,oum,io. su.p,,,,,: tancatt. section, and "• %  "*• otl-r. .;'", fact is ,he per| the January =H*£2 I %  t.fiil nmi' . %  i %  %  u\r ON TO 1\* \,u .mil ( ralU I-\hibitton i; HUIMT o( .%Mcmbly y 12 nwn. Mutult( |MH LWMMkflf I'UiiUUoii tairfl, St J.iinr. at 1.30 p.m. %  toxins Jt thr Yankrr SUdium. Brillon* Hill at B.M P.Dl. iiudy the weather of the hemisphere dy by day as radio report* come in from the northern half of the world, sa.. rect cauae ia *een in the upper air. arc at men wii"_invt^iiu >v "mi n .phoned order, though the shop itself is closed, production manufacturers copy highfashion clothes and accessories immediately they appear—and sell them for a fraction of the originals. The girls themselves are not afraid to try new idetv*. Then there are places like KLEINS. Here. on a lucicy day at this huge, teeming wareAn unusually strong current o(, house store (where you check coat and parair has been sweepint across, tx i s on entering so your hands are free to through the rtcks). there are costly sample gowns from exclusive uptown shops. I saw one girl buy a black-ribbed silk gown which came straight from Fifth Avenue. She paid fifteen shillings for it. Another bought a coat for twenty do:. had never seen Fifth Avenue, but been sweepin; across ... latitude* from west .-lUns the cold air from comlnf south, carryinj it along the Canadian border and mix w the cold air with the warm air from tbe ooeana. Be that as it may. we know that the world is getting warmer, and despite interludes of cold, the. upward trend should continue foi i a coir %£££&£f25£j %  d "" ,ral w h one m a "S dow ,here p r T.pu-.uvnj .ou ^ ^ nout ten times as much. DA COSTA'S OFFERS The LARGEST STOCKS al GENTS' SUITING! in Barbados for Your Selection, lad all a PRE-DE VALUATION PRICES! Of 8PM0IAL IMI:I:/.'1 %  • ALL-WOOL ENGLISH TROPICALS ST til Prices Ranging from S4.66 to $M f Extra Fine WORSTED SUITING ia Du9 al >T ••! per yard UAMM ion -i:/.i:t nos From ... DA COSTA & CO.. LTU DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT .. ..-..-.-.-.•,-.-..•.-..-.-.-.•.--'.-.•.-.•-%  -.-•-'•'•'-'-'''''''' Olll III AIUIIS §A1 : (an I li Sugar factories Muil >lure Light? .... ... at .. %  >_J i _ — _- naltta V n umtli* r >h.trh t(l tia". •I tf. w esjuiprnent cxpre:. i [or 1 iM thcrefe. aeau' ••-'.€-. TtvT.t thSt WOA %  >te p^aMblr f >i : %  ... MHfnals its p. .iiiuii .:. Ii being .ch? Ikuih Off lai Huad %  I : '.he above %  wearing, ba.t .:t-l • .. •MV.-.W "i-resied to p-ge %rt urn us 2 and 3 of Tuesday's (the 24th) Ati. umn 2. under the capuon "Fined for Dangerous Driving" a fine of thirty shillings (with three "Mrfiths to %  oiunj. 3 ustdor hawker was fined one hundred shillings (£5> True. tours felt that the "gravity of the offence" wari %  • I us compexc for the two orlencea enu1 n the latter case, surely there is Uttic gain in a person tryU a pear at a few cents fixed price—the nutter tttude of the public —no buyers at black market prices, no sales! But, let us turn m where a ptr:angerou* I tase eaeace is that not only is %  •* afce snilsngeTtng the one then on the rastd •> rtea. F.. utere was apparently mesa of licence and only ridiculously small, flae ith 3 rr*ontna m which to pa> Wnt.r.g as a motorist. I will not lose sight of fther dangers of the road, ie the careless pedestrian, the wilful cyclist, yes 1 emphasise the word and could use a stronger—who are constant sources of danger to thimselfg and oth ers On many occasions I have observed riders al utterly ignore the stop signal of a rfrnft^1 on point duty and then pedal away midst shrieks of laughter. There are many police constables who can eonnrm this. It must be obvious to anyone who fu:, Mved la B^rbiadot, fw sssej ber of years, that the traffic problem (and X dent mean only motor traffic) has now reached a point never properly anttctpated and something other than the ssMjt*ga "'m ana MSSVSJI saaa b dor* slMd :'. For a start let us have oi*.;, line and a sense of proporuoe roads, but amongst those whose duty M is to see that the code of the road, and the laws which govout. Fine the pedestrian, fine or imprison the selfish cyclist or motorist who is of causing damage to life or property, or driving or riding in a manner iikcly to cause -ge. make tin . and above all do not nsl suspended where Jt applies to a MOTORIST School BOY Crickvl+n Z To The £daor. The Advocate, I worried because in the %  tton at Keruungton for the coming has been made to^seat the school boys who, of course, will be attending. *Stherto seats of socmbeen provided. %  e'lng has been c>: '• %  good ac c on u aodsTtkja riuld be provided. FOOD VrUIII ....I be SUM TO KKKi* < CUTS Ilundj! BOLOGNA SAlSAfl FISH CAKES BUM Bl HAMS in tins IET B*_u IIAM ECGS ;.:.i.v:-.N KHOoii BOYS. STRAWBERRIES in tins %  AS in Una PEARS PEACHES PRUNU HRCSSEI, SPROUTS MIXED VEGETABLES CUCUMBER SALAD ANCHOR MILK POWDER /WAWAV. CROWN DRINKS (" Flavours) TOP NOTCH RUM Phone GODDARIVS



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1 lll'll i I i ii ii .1 r :i I wbains Quorate FIVE CENTS UK COME S CLOSER TO SCANDINAVIA ^times" Backs U.K. On Sugar Issue (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) LONDON. Jan. :;n 4 LETTFK from Kirkwood of Jamaica in the "Times* 1 Aio-dav savins. "The rase of colonial sugar producers b djll entirely misunderstood, has lead that paper to write 'editorial on colonial sugar. The Times" says that the terms offered the West Indie* cannot be called anything but favourable and states ETnrtfereiK.in British and Canadian markets nives profive pounds n ton above the world price. For instance, Cuban sugar ooati Ova pommwe-! hxtufl] Ian year Flu .in. l prelti .-.eiiiiiH u> UM lilllLs ^IlIlK li; ,l M 1 ''""u poinus uu JUIl^" *-' %  cub;, must -ll hall ji world price, whereas inc terms offered colonial producers would provide an outlet for the full crop at a preferential price. Commenting on Kirkwood'a complaint that V. forced to buy most of m expensive sierlnik %  rtana valuation I educed the ween r -> jgw Offin%  p | commitment for the distant Eand.saiO' that vessels would! Mure. Government have fc move between 100.000 and j IO offer some security and snBUM Communi %  '"ement to colonial sugar Hainan %  %  ducan but must refuse to fct fai| island embark on a policy of i ^Btdd that Rt < I liability." ^pa to pinqia'r Hai i with-* ^bman help, presumably, in KRI of techi.: |^P and subtnai.: Ptosj daeersr 50 Communist ks Sunk Off SOUTH CHINA FORMOSA .: larteri of Chine i Air F ;:: % % %  ion Bunda) sank 50 Red i preparing ,or lh< ,fl South China %  umbers implaceEj ivtoeri juts OUt to _i of ft I En report % %  BW Heavy bombers had been tpter.rfrom Km mfa| sources here aid that Tgida had 5,000 moioi t iM Rowlands \p|inmtefl Su|>t. Of Poliohi IkLwHurd I-I;IIHIS ANTIGUA. Jan. 30. % %  Venant M. G. K Assista. %  been pr u lant of Police in the l.tvI "Major F S i transient ii —i 4n. Fr*u Hradlnlt: n Is %  BGETOWN. i; c; %  V rainfall hi \ several of Hu altura 1 I hen%  %  losses, ruinl f i % ihwti -Rrutrr. Workers (.<> OK Irike In St. Lucia L. S T 30 1 '' ^^ %  ^ rrnment fSuiidjv failed to break prtock The ItuaUon is %  •MB* uhi, Woman (Chained To Bid For Over Nine Mouths 30. woman o< "V a man atnad to a bed for over nine raoatt %  Le*U* Sampson. i ned to the bed, Ma %  at to live i iry 1948. She Daft him th %  '", but he to go back 10 .n January 1949 SunipMm got a chain which In %  %  %  eitha. —Iteutrr. 50,000 Tons Of \\ heat For I k. PAJ A Fran* tsjeemem, of 5U.003 %  • h quartan lust mght. —Reuter. doctors Make Medicine Vith Human Flesh Vietnam Ci\il jBBts Warned Of Vttaek mh K IN Jan. 30. lalks tin-. Basutoland people lu-day because WJol their docl th human flcsli IBP Ii who later die. A Cambrfc ihio|x>ioKi>i owUyv I iooat, lu-d from inounWWII\\ mn..il South Africa, Have thai V^utt. %  re. al request ot tm ent, he mad. cine muIn an interview, he told thu stois of macabre killini. which have lilted thousand.'. I .^uto chiefs U human flesh can heal MI • laiul evil influ•nces and bad limes. An>one who %  eioupi of ueopir %  %  ibufhed. r. r.. .... '' torn (inni Jan 30. % %  • lettere In %  • Nat ^ lanni Si —Kruli R'u.l. Break Out Restrictions On Payments West hmt Are Removed AsksL.S.I. TOLRISTS CAN SPEND To Take Over FREELY IN UNISCAN AREA NEBIA, Jan, so. %  Tha action was taker by a West Java parliament meat* ". %  %  %  .•• %  ill.i at i.tndunn by fon i Dutch n i.. i-i rapt R P P Wsaterlinaj, T n %  i ltWAV, Sweden. I>i ilain ;uid Denmark nouueeil .in .ii;ieenu'in lor | loser B* O'.IOK .peration—the so-tailed Uniscan. This provides, for ail Am;l"-St :nin H>.I\ I:HI iwiioini. ConutilttM anil raeaanm nuns raa4ric1lciu paymenin between the roar roanfriee. n i> nof mmeinfd with further lihernliMition of trade. I i 'iii | date Id h announeeil (not e;nlier lli.ni March ll Sweden. Ii n .mil l'iiim;iiK u ill lllow onlilliiled loiiri.i .Npeiuliture in Britain or Seamliuav ia. A BrllUh toiiiisl will Inallowed to peiift Bfl miuh as he like* in N u r w y, Denmark or Sweden, just ;is he now can in the All ; %  .How %  iterltlag India \\ ill Not Identifx Herself V\ i111 Sovitfl Vims DELHI, Jan Hrun i tusing i i %  %  %  I nonall ot %  %  n 30 %  %  %  Vetiv-s Soldier V.MI W ed —Itrulrr \ehe>tir Vsks For EeoiiomiY Vid F\>r South korea WASHINGTON. .). son to-day asked the Foreign Policy v effort to (or South %  million dollars to help its economy. %  i ..' anothei %  ii June 30 ii !" baan pui %  i —Reuter. the bomb was nut the only Ribbentrop's Property Confiscated .. RG, Jen M\ v Oerm (him von RUhbentrop, hanged at Nuremberg • %  all lus property, void %  poafjouinoaj ,f Rlbbentrop, %  i %  the end >:' the war. amounts to about ooatl of the trial mated by the ourt at 1 %  A defence -11011011 10 reli "f the oropi I %  Uonal aid for the Urn I Ribben1 sctad %  rant are living it I *>UUH\ rftE" : •*,, Elected Ifcinlw 01 Coiuourt Aiadoiav er whose %  'Wuui cams th.well-ki same name, wah toda> lie till1 1 last surl members . _. %  Concourt leat November %  atad atartec i A ne* oook .ppear next Prinrr Beriihunl LstfTI Wrtalh Vt S. Bolivar's Tomb %  i .. %  ijejatitmi .,. i at the tomb I —heater ue involved. in quagi weapon" that the Hydrogen Hon. dent Truii much at %  "There feeling i %  by those lion." Mr %  > dial A nark i and B) %  %  %  plan for aUxnlr m i of mass iii Mi H,.i %  Apprehensive In .i letter published in the Leatfea Itaaa, expert un bomb" a "secret i and th< Kgotiatoi%  %  %  %  %  l>eing co %  %  loped -i. %  i ipple Una %  I %  %  US IUW." — i R< Kebuihling Of 15.C. Schoi)ls WILL NOW COST £60.000,000 i i %  i %  i %  %  I.I*. it thr %  ii expenditure upon %  %  .thort%  '.ait riaaevatft %  %  This plan he Mini a Parties hai I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  M4 blthiopia Objects ol ,N. Somali-Plan %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  hai undei %  %  %  Itrulrr iiissia Boycotts i Itfa I \ ComniiW n the Secui %  %  %  %  —Id i. Ilal\ \|i|)ii(Ms 'lr.al> With I A. 25% Cut In Marshall Ud Was Too Pessimistic told anything I BONN. Jan 30 %  German G< thins of iu id calling ..it loans to I fi . I lor and Recovery Programir.t Keuter that the % %  "'" probable eonse^.irded b) Vloo pessiAcek both x'mwandum, and the I.C As obaerd> laraab %  vatic It was undurstood itecond tu i eat which was handa .how with tha %  especially in bousing over H.000.000 people from the east ant 3.000.000 ..I men and women among them. %  -rr* M.< raw maaartali %  " srsrk* %  raagfeaai. —Reuler Will l)*la\ Dtvovce I rom li(rid Bfr^maii in I' %  %  in until an .( had "ii an thru s. %  %  Miss B> %  n Europi. has refused to sa> snytin %  lion on Un matter. \ %  a pre%  %  %  LOW SlOO,) Rep>rt6 Dented WASHINGTON. J 1,500 Killed In Persia By Serious Earthquake %  Second \iini\rrsur\ Of -l.ha.Hli^ Death < ; I)M r\r




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V IGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE -DAY. I A\f\R V iL* Qahib patting Thnk You | ETITRNINC 10 her work In Washington DC on SaturPeraonal Preference *TTWO works of Chopin. I Sj Sylphldes." — Ballet M R. AND Mrs Jack OTJowd gave a Cocktail P-' r n a! lhe Royal Barbados Y ..:.'. J% „. Club on Saturday evenini. In (lay WM jau, wilna Stojte who Nocturnal in F Sharp, and rtirr honour o[ Mn. RMcCarthy„-j „ m .1, weeka' vacation with Tschaikovsky'i Nutcracker Suite and her daughter's r „ -.rents Mr and Mrs. V E will be included In the nest con(Eliiabeth) visit to Barbados slolllc „ worthing Alio retun. cert in the aeries personal "'Leary is the b fr f ^^ opportunity was Preference, which takes place at late William ,, ln Norm Smith who came to the tntish Council headquarlers of Messrs n ar bdol to spend her holiday Wakeneld on Wednesday reb 1st to Baibados .'arthy O'Leary If the daui'iler of the F %  :, found ith her sister Mrs Sybil Cave al 8 IS o'clock The programme .ked Cartb to has been chosen by Mr Donald William Focai' wo hundred and forty -j^^ giT \ s hav %  re invited and there was ^..L nelr m any friends for the Wiles ._ — *1-.W. Ullf-M" I_a _ ...... IL. n the Club's ballroom rtm .,|rome extended lo them should there be an electricity %  evening Following Is durln their nay here They cut lhe programme will not be goeats invited:— hope f0 relurn to'Barbados soon interrupted In any way. as a /^^waVawTeS £ again for another vacation, .pecial gramophone has been '*?j£:w3Z.'m.j£Mis. Stout, is on the staff of secured by lhe British Council. "I. !" "^".JS!! 1 the Office of The Combined which work) from an accumulator. So? British Chiefs of Stari in Wa.hingand which ji.es good reproduction MM] MM J CO*UW>U. C*p' i Prto Dr. mma Un O—n and Mn J Kttvafi M. %  nd Ml* D ,M*0<#I1. K<'.3d S.~te. Mt .d Mr, n Cr*. Mr arvrl % %  • --Mr. Sweater %  -^^MKI Mr* ChAri** O tx>d. ton and Miss Smith is employed with the British Embassy • D Will Slop At Tobago GEORCE MRS BOWLES of Providence. r ^XETMF Rhode llM, *h 0 arrived en OM n£ MiAit. Mr and • -aUumania" will be stopping off at Tobago where they will spend a couple of day* with friend": on the island Bach's Chorale "Jesu Joy of Man ? Desiring." Country Gardens bv Percy Grainger and Concert'* No. 3 in G Major by Mozart will also be played Admission to the concert will be free and no ticket.; are required. -. 1 Z -nd Mr. %  *-~—Mr* OfofilrUv.l>. "* and Jf*-." W lUm~ Mr and MrMr a-.-* Mn. P % %  . % % % %  .. £,, .r-S Mn Dool* H H Th. IUn~ — "and Mn D r*ri> , ffUm, Mr anal Mn ."rwraV Mr and Mn *<-*' Mr and D*' n. 'inT'.f^rrSL^'si," English Poetry HIGH POPHAM • Steel Bind for England W HEN arrangements have been completed and the nate known for the departure lc England of Antigua's He'l'. Gate" Steel Band it Is hoped U n broadcast will be announce*! himsea poe, „ lectunn, SfS^rJ£SJSS "" to+mom. •*'. M J English Poetry; for £ ^^-•"^'ST^ fniversity College of the Weit "Brute Force" and "Red Arm* will each provide two items c the programme also. "At Home" at Covt. House T AST Wednesday there was Mi • "At Home" at Cover nmer order ths Indies at 115 pm. on Wednesday a Bannoft^Jt' -J >^ „ Combermere School. M SCS JtSSL^Ii.^S'" !" cw Popham contends that critics and "^5"^ £, "ffit ""w" of n • ord5 '"" %  M ST^TZ/SSiSLJ?*^Classical" and Romantic' too :ST^?;. los-el. and urge, a clearer and ..""JUVXTTUM*. more precise use of such termln""^J E^ — "" otbgy. The lectures include readP..., ... nr ja ; ( from gnjrj^, poetry of all House. Antigua rJi*"5a"" SaS. aeriods and are followed by members of Council and Goveri.JSJSL a? SlSr. c A oiasat. discussion An introductory '..ilk men! Officials could meet Mr P. I md "" avon. • %  _'*. "E "3, has been given and new-comers MacDonald the new Colonial Sec SSa."3. — *„"2' -Ul he welcome al the second retary and Mrs. Maep?"';' "* "-^X.* S,*S F bru "' •** %  For "" s tM Ban '''*.r,i*Mr. J K^dn;; v '. '%?-' "" oid.'ra •"' aaw rg aMaa v ** Summer Preview By Klin ll.-"^ THE Pan.ouetw uesicner Jaccues Falh also at his near colled, oe iauncneo Skirts he says, will not oe %  ground—tbe length which he es* .attained in his ac'. I easaaaction. A.. \2 of Fath's mannenum 8 [nave had tr.c -norter led in casual eif loem lo jt in with the 140 revival of the I 1R look. The new designs, however, arc :.g modeued on the lounoaluon ches-.io %  .-up-and-down look of lhe 1920s Pans corseUeres have evolved a new all-in-one foul which, produ.. line irons out hiu. and g of the na of the old wasp waisl'5 hippy curves. February collections will |TCSfeart />r.'.< Pn/rrrcil sent Pans desuners lasl-m.nute rulings on the short evening dress reaction to il will not tc | until the Paris Season opens m March. At the moment, only lhe very -'. women ar>tube, which Fath launc: Ov^ooer. %  .. Other designers prefer short evening dresses Witt wear, uneven hemlines curving, strapless decolletees. V MH1M1IHV NK.III tTS.il ^ !" t oiversal Presenla -IK III \T ill tABI la TechnicaJasr Starring: Donald O'CONNOR—Chart. Gloria De I! •. .irons are asked to note the present tehedule „_ Electric Company are endeavouring -.n supp^^H on alternate days. COBURK GLOBE THEATRE TONIGHT AT 8 30 p.m. LAST Showing Jhat JohAifis Woman Plus i A Haw STAGE SHOW \ our MUSIC SIX WIZARDS of the KEYBOARD! SON RIVER.y ALBERT PEDRO TONY ARCHER CLEVE JONES ERNEST SMALL ROY SMALL Wed.. Feb. 1st—JITTERBUG & QUARTETTE COXTTJIK Thurs. Feb. 2nd — LOCAL TALENT PARADE TICKETS O.V SALE SOW ROYAL llll Mill Mr and rr—lv Morap. Mr a IWd. Mr Mr Gee f-— T*ol Ml Jof.r. Mtoar Wr ar>c Mn MERE ARE SOME af the 100 (.renadi e%hibiu on ih at the RniHli (cuiifil They arr Uie -rk tl school children Uufk-Thi One Off Trin. Can.. are here to spend the inter away frora the cold winte: of Canada. Mr Elliss is an Architect and llw Department Enrneei irocn Toronto and has Agriculture. practised all over the Province a • • • I Ontario as well as in England. Dr P G F H Van der Brugh His wife is interested in Interior Erector „f Economic Affair' Decoraung They are staying at p.f.m.ribo returned home Chemist at the SI Sugar Factory returned to S* KitU on Sunday by B.W.I.A. aftci spending three weeks here wit. of Science ax. t (_ rajkEtt. Stop! Trinidad by B W 1 A yesterday. landing three weeks' holi .T.'.erest of his CHO.SWORD I III'ii-ll h'lir.,1,, t "on, : N' ITcaroni ua>eatate. %  ,'. eturrtL. c, !" on oresented 11 %  %  ad had warmed up ana Iroin Grenada over the weekr-TlpoHTSeunTu-iki* .rooc. M ago tbe Trada as.-. -r. aneeal . way. not everybody knows thai Saiami came from Saia: heard o( it The word Salaarr l mes from Salamis Th. people uCthe place had lh I ..ii acqualnti .r. the I*eloponnes%  L. M drubbing he •:. famous battle. th* Peruans adopted the Salamis bow Frarr. them it spread into \ft.rtkoutkt political into a fine icment by a revelation madeyesterday A / Sihvt "And who. fair hag. will win lhe election' 1 '' asked the pol.Ubcetles' wings and asafoetida There is an actress who lays •^ tn% W ying Hum. Ho. Ha. and many foundation stones 1 -I i^irhng her left leg round w.udenhins. four inches from the ground, she slowly i>. contenu. of the retort over his head. "What on earth Is this^ spluttered the dlscomflted fool The retort discourteous, vouch-safed the saucy old bag\ a 11 miHr*t THEY wanted a little bamboo house for I i fly *t it, apart from ,:ilbo^. owing to lhe building up ol iles reserved for sick pandav the difficulty was transthe stuff m u Butterfly.' and, thinking thai thu was obviously a mere human being and that there was no hurr>. the suppliers put It on a ship iiu,i itat linWi M boon otnlttod from the order, the bamboo would, of course have been flown by special plane. „ herself n Mombasa, is made up to *. She knows what tomer's own measurenning Into account any of h?r particular idiosyncracies. Sketclu^ are posted oft* showing the new range (at present. two hundred model*) and from she chooses her gai If she prefers a different 1 neckline, or the back of at %  and the fro:.: sible for her to have it execute** Therefore not only Is tho .,:. adequately talei%  latest dirCH.-t from there is an urgent i a bride's dress is airmailed out to b a minimum of del;.;Dor' %  most interesting ftfttM aM the clothes she s| -white hair, shrewd eyes, and a com,..' >ounger women would env. 9 of George Edwardes A a Gaiety Girl chosen for he: panoi 'here she went ..nd thence I %  %  -del. -hion Fortniii' I a huge fashion pjradc held 1 am Theatre where firms were represented, driven to it in a hansu:' Joe Blunt, the cc Hupert and the Caravan—19 fh. •e.r.i ir irsk .p ti OI PtJ | Ofrt* igte %  i, %  i U ileIDt %  III) navinj %  %  %  .cadet ol :mpprial lorcaa. %  1 iMholDlV. (41 %  •art ot oesat to nave pun. Dan ..V Iktl TfJ. l3l aoiivi nnnar. <9> 3ed oi tat. 1 seta, noble. .: T..J k dUto:l*a n*m ;:• to proSuc* a It is practically certain that these theatres will run other night at the above times, should there be any chanaaaj will notify you through Itadio Distribution. v.v//////VgW///^v/a'///-io < • I n J i HaW i-:an-iiti-: nil ATHI TO-NIGHT 9 IS NO SHOW 'UHT • ll GREGORY PECK—AVA GARDNER—MELVYN D0VJ— m — •TIIK GREAT SUHNtM' with Walu-r HUSTON. Ethyl MAIlltVMOHE. Frank OB0 A Story uf Nrght life in MONTE CARU) ... jiiev drawer, i. u .ptaio. <*' ins troops. %  %  %  ;. %  %  %  >•%  ; 1 %  nd M JSMaK < % % %  % %  %  BIID; 16. %  HOXY TIIKATHE TO-NIGHT 7 30 NO SHOW ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT 20th Century Fox presents SP ECIAL VALUES in TROPICALS BEST PRICE IN TOWN 6.72 6.83 6.88 7.08 met Pre* W m niotuii os %  %  %  %  ALL AT. $6.25 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS Sole Agents for the AVENUE QUALITY MEN S SHOE 14.40 JOHN WHITE SHOES A New Delivery Jugt Opened lhe hull top Rupcit nukt* tor Sitlor Sam'* caclasurs and ii mrptmd 10 har tba aauad of awn talking ia..d. Al they mat the gait aoaMihing io ana of >Hc vorfta nuku Beppo take fakhi *nd he leap* away and over lhe tenet, and down into the buh.. Het. jrnt bek. ou noodle!" criea Rapuu aa he aaniea Jcuvida the ga:c and peer* aagona iht floweia. but :he lotlc monkey is now well hidden. All at ooce a footstep behind him aukea hisa turn and he g vei a gaap of dtunay. He aces now why Beppo wai at *r*tf^*f ** lor the man ui.i.;.i towards him ia not Sailor Sam. > is •.he man from 'he caravan I NOW is the best time to PAINT YOUR HOME Wt art all Utmgtrt lb* *a. % ;. ,>„..,,„,,„,,.„.. 1 ..,. sl ; lo build ap tha boa, to Incraata lu raw a a n i a af>nst lllneas. K will hal r to nsotiia sturdy limbs aad soarts lass* tor OaWran. -Ko wlH lor. Hs ..Nd.M orange fanoar. Haliborange IHf NICEST WY Of UKINC HALIBUT LIVER OIL ata a l liM. i in. Imtm ifHR. f t* atg. SflS.






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“Times mach U.K. peers ss | Restrictions On Paymenis ©
n Sugar Issue | ae i
(Barbados Pt nang om Aes | | W est Java | A r e. R emoved

LETTER from Kirkwood of Jamaica in the “Times” Asks U.S.1. TOURISTS CAN SPEND

: saying, “The case of colonial sugar producers is
. misunderstood,” has lead that paper to write
] on colonial sugar. .
“Times” says that the terms offered the West
cannot be called anything but favourable and states

ence in British and Canadian markets gives pro-

five pounds a ton above the world price.
er’s —_—-— — For instance, Cuban sugar}
| costs five pounds less than British

B: ; ‘ |West Indiah last year. Tl
] Communist | Wimes admits that ane at

To Take Over FREELY IN UNISCAN AREA

| INDONESIA, Jan. 30. i
| West Java, shaken by threat o PARIS, Jan. 30,
| guerilla revolt, asked the Federa NeErwayY, Sweden, Britain and Denmark to-night an-
; Government of U.S, Indonesia to- > ¥ ic ¢

i i an ¢ ‘los sconomic co-opera-
rade Sui tahte Deb iadetaiarratienre nounced an agreement for closer economic I
}the State. The action was taken tion—the so-called Uniscan. ; ‘ 7
by a West Java parliament meet- This provides for an Anglo-Seandinavian Economic
ing at Bandung. It followed th Committee and removes many restrictions on payments
arrest of West Java Premier anc between the four countries. It is net concerned with fur-
of the resignation of his cabinet her liberelisat f trad
; Doth consequences of guerilla at- ther i beralisation of trade. ‘
tack ‘on Bandung by forces of the From a date to be announced (not earlier than March
Dutch renegrade soldier Capt 1) Sweden, Britain and Denmark will allow unlimited
R. P. P. Westerling, The dissolu- tourist expenditure in Britain or Seandinavia. A British

tion of the state of West Java, one . . ik i
‘ va, st w y ; as th as he likes in
f 16 states making up U.S.1. wa: tourist will be allowed to spend as much as he e





got
: | preference when selling to the
Ty s Sunk | United States but points out that
tt Cuba must sell half of her sugar
ras world price, whereas the
terms offered colonial producers
would provide an outlet for the
full crop at a preferential price.

OFF SOUTH CHINA

FORMOSA, Jan. 30.












) “hj se wk -” J mes ¥ ais — " Sone ‘ ve i “
quarters of woes Sat Commenting on Kirkwood’s jot expected to result in drastic Norw ay, Denmark or Sweden, just as he now can in the oh
ist. Air Force — oO aa | complaint that West Indians were x” immediate changes Authority sterling area. \ll four countries will allow } q
new onslaughts by 1 Tg ee forced to buy most of their im- in West Java already is in the current payments to be made be- a
ee Peto Me aan ports from expensive _ sterling aes api tar el asphie ns tara * rr. 1 ween them without restrictions. iy
Bpreparing for the invasion | «o.tces the Times says that de th sweeping: powers in. civil India Will Not tesides touri his freedom will ;
inan island off South China valuation has greatly redu ¢ i the! airs. He acts with powers of extend to all nents in respect ea
2 Lod {oe sduced the martial law directly under U.S.I!/ 1 *¢ H if -sonds a SE alt. ste | tent: Ve rt!
; ranhe in ctr ieee x — , 6weG xf goods for which an import li-
dquarters said that bombers Se aaa ton ae ee oe) Ministry. of Defence.-Can. Press. lc . ntify eTrse if ense is not required or has been b Par
“ =? ¢ aee.| 44 and sterling goods and ay. ¥ + by
; any gun implace-| * & 8 »btained: all other payme con- 7
plished many su it would be unreasonable to 7 5

Sete in raids on Liuchow penin- |
which juts out to within ten
siles of Hainan.

a purchasing agreement for years
| after 1952 on the assumption that

yo. rT e } With Soviet Aims nected with foreign rade and
Canada W ill NEW DELI, Jan., 90... freight: aervines aeiteheatien te

freight, services and royalties, in-















F reports said that severa} = eens import restrictions | ° Prime Minister, Pandit Nehru,| terest, dividends, amortisation and H
we heavy bombers had been| and price relationship will be the} Recognise id to-day that India in refusing} depreciation, _ :
Euewed to Hainan from| *4me then. identify herself with Soviet or! All these ll remain subject hs
5 oa The Times concludes: The ‘ e Vestern ieological aims i itrol to prevent abuses
oo Die heee said’ that difficulties always in making a Red China imply being true to her own; D nmark, Swed i Brit
ds had 5,000 motor power-| song term purchase agreement i view which she regards as avpy- free ul blocke i iedia 4
pjunks, andi other small craft) and the prospect now are unusual- | HONG KONG, Jan. 30. a but sch : ; citation . i
oath for Hainan’s invasion | ly obseure This is an additiona | Canada will have to’ make het ! - epsected. S Westen E yen | . { . t ¢ '
Hen. Shia Yu-Tsai, Director of|7¢ason fer caution in making a} ecision on recognition of Com- Y aie. ererpret ae aravernee ous ae ee ; :
Office of Hainan Defence|comMmitment for the distant | \unist China, L. B. Pearson, Can-| °' + + eorcign be ag mae nage) es eem¢ 3
fmmard, said that vessels would] future. Government have a duty tian Minister of External Affairs, | Ive if the ies th the contact! alread ony
fio move between 100,000 and|to offer some security and en- ‘ld a Press Conference. i ar r " snot Be cee eee” | eens baa ae en,
Communist troops across|cOuragement to colonial sugar} ‘ Penreon, said atthe reoegni-| co unig — or es an isola-| marl R
Hainan strait for assaulj| producers but must refuse to} * on would not be necessarily con ee oat or as an isola Reuter.
big island. jembark on a policy of unlimited | ‘ é — adictory to any desires to con- onis a
i said that Reds would never} liability.” | ei ye a un Communism, but would | be Rec ent public statem nts ° Actress And
to conquer Hainan with-! —By Cable *| i : » % nerely legal acceptance ot fact | india's aims, with insistence on| si
help, presumably, in ] ne natant SS | that the Reds control China. Can he elimination of poverty, igno

m of technical advisers, |

and submarines. Woman Chained

—Can. Press.

ran of am its ‘ a r : | ada’s action would be independeni nee and discrimination
THE EARL OF ATHLONE in the gown of Chancel lor of London University. This University is parent jof that of other Commonwealt! tiflably considered here
of the West Indies Univer ’ College, Jamaica, of which Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone will be | countries and of United State: icy which as positive as
installed as ancéljor next month. After the cere mony, the Earl and the Countess wi q

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n
| : ; will visit Barbados | Pearson, en route home from the i the rest of the world he \ctvess Jear \
i ss Q y other * ; lat ) t f V : ;
To Bed For Over { among other West Indian islands. ecent Colombo Conference o offer provided they ar¢ fe of Franchot 1
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ee a ee ; aad 7 5 rn —— a ane rgetically put y DF ctl e. i¢ = ay
ee holed Nine Moriths Stikker May Be | iG S.. U .K. Urged to Ask Stalin |that Great Britain and - stertin er ckoma, Washit
‘= as CAPETOWN, Jan. 30. DEE Doles. ae oe Sei gee Meee a Pe ore ware. eels an See ti
BOE Police Tit | aiasstrates Court sa a, OF el Te Co-operate In Control Ethiopia Objects | Ssusay. Jean's mother sad tha:
p pward Islands allegedly kept her chained to a| Leader ee

; t : ~~ a e ; 7 | » 2 2 . ‘ | . \ 5. 1. ‘ 1 on a hospital tour i i
F ANTIGUA, Jan. 30. 5 Bu pata galery elgg THE HAGUE, 30. Of Mass Destruction W capons Rebuilding Of eee ae a son-in-l ae 4





2 Jan. Reuter,
nant M. G. Rowlands, " euter

GENEVA, Jan., 30.







: on ; ~
40-year-old European taxi driver, | The appointment of Dutch! RR C ™ h | > r . ee. ‘
i orintend- cha ¢s ‘i sanath Told € he Bt an > > has i
apres. Ruveriptens ; Leshie, Sampson. ‘ | Foreign Minister D,, U. Stikker| ; »* WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 Bele CnOOIS lis cee ne "Gtooean. faalieatt » . oh
ed Super- r . . i stay tc, i “ “ 2 Se ae | ‘ : vans . . vs x : wrt , > 3 } So . sj
Be Paice in the ben. | The woman Gomnonsltated in | a political leader” of — the| Mr. David’ Lilienthal, Chairman of the United States | the United Nations that it Russia Boycotts
ue b v ie’ . r ehe was ch; . ‘ ror er an Wise . Te, ~ + p 3: | | . « >
lands’ police force. He| nap = she ge Sapien sae se Cee fot = Eco Atomic Energy Commission, headed off direct questions on | WILL NOW COST (connot. recognise” ‘the validity! - Ta “i %
Rake “ ie + bea. ene said sne we to ve 10mic o-operation 1S being , Midena z } oo . ons _ Ble aon ae Bh ct the Unite: Natior "y stoe. f | « ‘a ee
me Major F. S. Wigley,| \ it) Sampson in February 1948.| considered by the Dutch Cabinet| the Hydrogen Bomb at his monthly Press Conference to- | £60,000,000 he’ United tion , Truste Lith AONE €
W transferred to, Fiji. | She fe : sacs toes times | here tod well’ informed day. But he implied that the question of whether to make | Pp agreeme th i fol ; ;
; - _ | She left him three or four times | here today, usually well informed . : ? LONDON. Jan. 30 mmaliland., it “nounced LAKE SUCCESS
—Can. Press because he ill-treated her, but he} quarters say here, | the bomb was not the only issue involved, | jinal Griffin, rina: Cat? oe he " g y boycotted th
. coer > \ Care Z ; y mie ath cl day 1 od yyeotted t
; }prevailed on her to go back to| When the proposal was _ first} , He replied “Yes,” when ques- Archie op of adireitinees Ni nat oy: die bs citatiken Nation Committ an
. him. |made by the consultative group] e 6 ! tioned whether “any particular] ’ } t ns aa A British Cs tholic ares fr hi? E intoel 7 “* t) aides. Phonan
‘ . 7 7 . . § ate ” me indies ( gh gzec s a Cen 1 rom. the Opian ¢ 1 the ecul yunel
- In January 1949 Sampson goti| of the oO a. 2. a a few days R bbe t ‘ weapon was be ing considered 7 : ; : = ‘ ae i. (ty ‘a . ‘ ‘ : ‘
Da . rn ‘ . r : : ; 1 e | te pre the ust ol nh rve 0 usteeship Coun- € Ve i etu
| In BG k loods a chain which he said he wantec| ago in Paris it is believed Stikker E n rop Ss This was considered to be a hint Un ‘a gs of the Cath. | Me ‘Ware S Gnaeus . Ati boa Jationall Chir
DRGETOWN, B.G.. Jan. 30.) for a dog and, under the pretence} declined in favour of Paul-Heni that the Hydrogen Bomb was un- , ; : j Nat Oo



5 ° ie schools problem to genera L\obeb Rett he Ethiopian} ted
i rE ring, he A t aroy . ax 3e der active consideration Presi x
rainfall has caused floods Ob TARPE TOY coe, ee E se i "t — ee: Proper ty foil a } it ; e ection candidates overt ent 1ex red Sit | !
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several hundred quare | the woman's foot and locked tht ne w seems that Ex-Premier a ee hinted a nuch | Pia’ Cotintne “Kava towel eamdt’| : ave Hand ca lelimite , ‘i Nations’ C
c : S vy 0 ¢ g .: ’ sive 7} s race erence | t wee wae , ‘ & } y 7
Of the coastal agricultural! | other end to the bed Spaak is not being put forwar« Y - ne ret Pr OOLSEST ON ay, , plained that school reorgani mntier exist id since none Committ
t here bringing seriou live The witness said last Easter ne | @nd that Stikker has agreed t | on isca CC | There ate involved matters af- | ind building estimate i been iwreed t¢ und nee} f ‘
e > oN ~ ‘ 1 r mn C > oF ati je noet | | fecting Y itar tate ‘ton | 5 vaseee . 7 : a as at
losses, ruining the Sprinz|teleased her for two days. Then} accept if he can retain his px fecting military noe ‘“) 10,000,000 under the 1944 Edu-| the Ethiopian Government have
crop and ir oe , as : he kept her chained 1 furthe is Dutch Foreign Minister NUREMBERG. J 30 'energy. and other consideration o \ , Ma aacabat: <5 e ri aiaattias tisfact $4 | ‘
Q drowning at least; " pt f ‘ a ae ¢ mn NUREMBERG, Jan. 3 sic . ‘ ere te ) on Act W ow co eA yt € d atisfaction rom} ’
‘ It would be for the O.E.E i which cannot -be stated by those} ‘~ elaat :
person. —Reuter, ria months. I Cc 5 iltnthen: pt ; BE. A German Denazification Court} of ys who have access to informa- | 190,000,000 | the isteeship on their request} po o remoy i
E —Reuter. onsultative Group to decide if|, nae dle a . . rs aie aS ' Che Catholic hierachy has} r participation in ( york oft! —~Reuter
the purpdse of a political leader; De" today classified the former} tion,” Mr. Lilienthal added oo iy eh +H ledeldthe: « tht dm Cam t } siotinpii’ .
could be German Foreign Ministet Joa- proposed that, if the loca t ouncil on the basis of tt

served by a time states- It was reported from London by | !

in | a ny ~ € ni lchim von Ribbentrop, who was| Reuters Ne s Age i. uthorities would be responsible! ht ecorded to Ethiopia, by aly °, ‘
orkers Go On 50,000 Tons Of ards hana a sdtuaeinane tn 1946, ol Ameren ag agency at) co, ll expenditure upon thej| article 79 of the Charter: the Italy \pproves

—Reuter America and Britain were to-day



“major Nazi offender”, The court hools, Catholic managers woul thhopian Government's reluctar























should consider other matters in-| : ;
ligious ettlement embodied

& ss thad BAvéotion. Act TEHERAN, IRAD



. rT 7 ‘ , . urged to make a joint effort at the} ; : , S : ne ri ait a ry . 1
Ke Int St. Lueia W heat k or U.K. e {ordered confiscation of all his] highest level to ask for Marshal| “85° ‘he s¢ hoe! SR aucbort | 1s tie es . tate joa janie | realy W ith l N.
: 3 Acheson Asks k or ] property; which is so small that | Stalin’s co-operation in an effective | ‘ : 7 ‘ hs ee t th rv acner I ' ogn tl Li tity { Pe ; I bias
los Advocate Correspondent) PARIS, Jan. 30. ; - . aes it will not cover the costs of his} plan for international control of rignt to Mer, dh “ horiti , cn ol = ‘ ee — 3 . eae S ;
ST. LUCIA. Jan. 30 a Franco-British agreement E als We Aj F \ posthumous trial. | atomic energy and other weapons jand concede to Me - ori , ‘ ne . prepared 0) . oon < 7 t alia re
’ . ‘ ayn ne ee . > } tine s rewuiatin 1 ‘ rie I sLCeS ounce 0 J V nme ( mic
Prs went on strike at i0 | providing for the supply of 5 ),009 COnOMIC L id Y OF | fhe property of Ribbentrop, | of mass destruction by Mr. Ray-| *’ power of «ref " , rent , wee aip . ; = . y , : , ,
O& Monday after the final} metric tons of wheat to Britain . ‘ vhich has been under control at} mond Blackburn, a British mem- : iculum {eee age 7 oe . ; re Pane ee
ss - Pt tn One 1 ¢ . ‘ » serva tic iT: I n iven b the r ach} tne ited 1
hg of Government and the | has virtually been concluded, it South Korea ja Nuremberg bank since the end] ber of Parliament : et eee soa a ‘ = +1 ; ears ti toimats It ' : i
t : ‘ Vy vell- : ¢ . oo . ‘ s j tha teachers é > te ior i n years u esnit i t ste )
delegation at Government | was disclosed in usually well | of the war, amounts to about Apprehensive ty : Chan oe the Ghurch as {cover hers tormer colony vende ; : :
On Sunday failed to break |informed . French quarters last WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 1,500 marks. The costs of the ~~ In a letter published in the re abletente Helindsand' abate : Seite
lock. The situation is| night | Seeretary of State Dean Ache- | were estimated by the court at) Londen’ Times, Mr. Blackburn,) ‘*® ia ‘ 3 7
a 9 _— | = — oe Pe 9 Or aii oe a | : This plan has been r¢ 1
—(By cable) . —Reuter. |son to-day asked the House of | over 2,000 marks | who is considered a Parliamentary | 7 ; by the Minister of Educa- rae ai 3
y —_——— - - Representatives Foreign Policy | A defence motion to release part | expert on atomic energy, expressed | {° — herd aie Genatiy salen Ls e 5 - e )
e o leaders to support a new effort to | of the property as educational aid; apprehension on the question of} ‘* s Lit ai “ Parties hatie NI ) | EE
i to dicine provide economic aid for South |for the three children of Ribben-} the “hydrogen bomb”. Die Pree " aikouti th it the 2.8 ; 1 eC¢ 4 n - € Tsia j
| = rs a ¢ . e Korea. trop was rejected by the court. He also suggested that a “secret| " Sar ' rt the Catholic re- e i i
The House recenthy rejected by | His wife and five children at pre-| conference between Stalin and the ee neees thay pposed By Serious 6 rthe ul es o {
>V > give the Re im | cay are ; ¢ wige sear| / ric. : > ig < ies ECAUSC , Te = OPPoses }
one vote a bill to give the Repub ent are living at. Lewiges, near} American and British negotiators | ‘ any interference with the! 2 / a a ¢ J ;
LN, Jan. 3

' ® lic sixty million dollars to help | Cologne.—Reuter.
E : ith Human Flesh its economy } —_

cluding the issue of economic help 0

An amended bill,.already passed

LONDON. Jan. 30. by the Senate, will now be sub- | Prince Bernhard

for the Soviet Union and her sat C
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. am Iv poh bas eS TG orate in | House Foreign Affairs Committee. Prince’ Bernhard arrived here} or should be reached which do¢ ergmalt } ( G randi s Death | Wednesdi
; hee ee . aaa —Reuter. today from Curacao. He is visit-| not seek to safeguard the freedom : ‘ | | Repo ft the disaster were
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ats Warned | South Africa, gave that picture. , LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30. | (he 1 Tnx India | delved in. reaching. ‘Tereran
There, at request of the British ' > Sitar” weld ‘ servec no india i an
; : | Government he made a four- = q sovernment. He was welcomed] central Europe, who are being so| 1 evel Anas shat breaks — in ommunications. te 1
; nt, & J ¢ . ; . : th sha s cesmeé today tha . Raich ‘0 4 , the j
" Of Attack month study into a wave of medi- Elected Member Of at the Maiwetia airfield b¥] ruthles#ly persecuted araueh : ore a OS i. hate NEW DELHI, Jan. 30 jushire, 5f outh of the 1
; SAI cine murders ; } " epresentatives of the Foreign “In two or three years time| 2¢ ye dete fi 7%: we ‘ : Se soniverkary: ob i ) he a
IGON, Jar 30 eo ia jal aw d . Ministry, officials of. legations] from now. the Soviet Uni w aiffornia divorce. trom é ; mee ‘pigy ti j mage \ ! reherat
‘ : » In an interview, he told this Concourt Aea emy embers , I ~ ' inst “46 P va s on. wi}! tar wife Ingrid Bergman until an vis Ganahi weer rer ' , y
Vietnamese civil servants |story of macabre killings which ind members of the Diplomatic) presumably have developed so| ‘ ae br goood aban : el i id ,
° " F om 1 | agreerne ~ache ‘ ~ | to-day a ) I ; :
Sived letters ¢ ; wes housands of Basuto a 30 orps. Prince Bernhard ‘aid a] many’atomic bombs that, to say|®#recrnent 38 reached o India by Praye eoti é janes would carry reliet /
P (Vie letters from. Viet-| have filled ¢ “eri s PARIS, Jan. 390, vreath at the tomb of Simon] the least, they could cripple this| munity property and custody of |!" plies to Bushi }
Mam Nz al Move > e with dread. Nadine unghie T ot a " _— . “ > ~veare aughte ! p i 6. Ma .
a National M ve pape ay “s suto chiefs believe that Pierre Macorland, French Rei Bolivar, South American Libera-| country before war broke out by| their 11-year-old daughter ! i The. city. valth: @ pabulllitalk of }
attacked — tae oe we No weg maggot heal sickness and |er whose “Quai Des Brumes 6 tes tor. their surreptitious use,’ ee Bergman has filed suit in |’! ied) at hall a. bout 20,000. is one of the main
Shortly b iet- 1é 2S € me 5 3 ® . , film of the y exico ' er | ¢ ; D> +14
a ; ; Saha - | came » well-known fi —Reuter ~~ (Reute ‘ : ‘ | Lranie yorts « ‘ arsian Gults
. @ asking them io stay |protect them against evil — — = * rk today unanim- se (Reuter) Miss Bergman, now in Europe, | ‘ic buildings in Delhi, Preside Lranian ports Per ing, Fae
0h their offices, jt was}ences and bad times. Anyone Oy, ea eela somber of the has refused to say anything on the | Reiendra Prasad, offered prayers | say ]
Med here to-day. A ij feels that he needs protection and] ously elected a men * mail ~ e subject ’ the spot where Gandhi fe |
: “da According | . ery . . . ; “adem whose nain is pct. 1 W 1% } l Se a
: ‘ eat av for soes to Concourt Academ) 2 : p : bs ‘ at idhan. Was se } anne
ficial announcement to-day | ene. sora to “gr a e ceactibes function is to award the annual 2? ) ut n arsna AAl | Roberto Rossellini, Italian Film ime, Maples Neh, DRO Di
me Jear-old Viotnamese igi:] | doctor. The doctor |} . ananitie - veel | Direetor whom she, it is reported, ne Minister Patel and Nether- | y ‘ t > \ . rag
Killed ‘ = icine ade from parts of}| Concourt literary prize. e e e " ; : } atican / ppr Ooves '
Bewled and nine Vietnamese | medicine, mac | He fills the seat vacant since the Wi T P. t plans to marry, declined last week | a Ambassadk Lamping )
ert hand grenade attack |""Uman bodies death last’ September of Lucien aus oo CSSLMNISTILC to answer a direct question on the | behalf of the diplomatic corps, | Garreau Plar /
mMurday, | Jones said that most potioins De caves, novelist, playwright and , ts | matter. Vernon said a pre-|laid wreaths at Rajghat, where| 1
irders vy a pattern. Large| Vescayes, » 0 ie ie an. : vations on it, alrea argels rorce se ont had bee ff- | Gandhi was cremate: } , |
—Reuter. | murde rs follow ; 2 De nee oiganete journalist, who was the last sur i" BONN, Jan. 30 s Pade’ catite’ he ent y gel) | divor« e settleme n h id been oO I. yandhi was cremated | VATICAN, Jan. 30.
| groups of people usualy .{vivor of the original ten members The West German Government é I » he sai ered by Miss Bergman’s attorneys —Reuter. | Vatican sources. white approv- "
FO eniarcteeenenn them . The doctor goes into a} warded the frst Concourt] today answered criticisms of. its It ‘was understood thai tl ind a counter-proposal made by ling “in pt inciple” the Garreag H
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vis Br ig k , ‘ear of a man or skin off the face | pr’ Golet * best | ce ing derationing and calling] was handed to E.C.A,. officials} was where the matter now stood bn ‘ } pie or Jel m, we day
, a Mme Colett France's es nding derationing an 5 é Ki d 1 reluctant to give detailed com- |
ca Out }of a young girl or parts of = known woman novelist, succeeded | f¢ foreign loans to Germany tried to show with the aid « «| —Reuter. | 1 ille if] Gun ears , |
YOHANNESR UR . 3 ony Of A YOUN OF OE Ne a ; ; President of the Concourt] A vkesman for D1 Franz | statistics the difficulties facing| ; Sin © usuall n touch with 1
* 4d non Eur ve bo has just given Dirt) ne | A ademy last November Bluecher, Vice-Chancellor and{the West German Gavernment,| ; Battle eacoli tiv me foe Ve ee
Ma shots, and . ote ~| mane Clit. Ais ee to's: = Pierre Macorlana, whose real| Suropean Recovery Programme | éspecially in housing over 8,000,- Reports Denied | he Vationn’s pete ‘i tial st
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r townshin nest yn} and the required parts tobn Ve. Somme Department of North- | Decembe giving the German. estimated 3,000,000 able bodied} feports that I Dougla Mey 9 ar oo - une
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Thank You

ETURNINC to her work in
Washington D.C. on Satur-
day was Miss Wilma Stoute who
had spent six weeks’ vacation with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. V. E
Stoute at Worthing. Also return-
ing by the same opportunity was
Miss Norma Smith who came to
Barbados to spend her holidays
with her sister Mrs. Sybil Cave
These girls have asked Carib to
thank their many friends for the

Personal Preference |

O works of Chopin, “Les;
Sylphides,” Ballet and!
Nocturne in F Sharp, and Peter |
Tschaikovsky’s Nuteracker Suite}
will be included in the next con-}
cert in the series Persondi!
Preference, which takes place at)
the Eritish Council headquarters
Wakefield on Wednesday Feb. ist
at 8.15 o'clock.
has been chosen by Mr. Donald
Wiles.

AND Mrs. Jack O'Dowd
an gave a Cocktail Party
Royal Barbados Yacht
Saturday evening, in
Mrs. R. McCarthy-
O'Leary’s and her daughter’s
(Elizabeth) visit to Barbados.
Mrs. MeCarthy O'Leary is the
ge daughter of the late William
o Fogarty, founder of Messrs.
Ay Williayn Fogarty Ltd.
| Over two hundred and forty
: r guests were invited and there was



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eg eneS ci the Club's somroum warm welcome extended to them Should there be an electricity
‘ rare the evening. Following iS Guring their stay here. ‘They cut the programme will not be
ere aot my tes mr hope to return to Barbados soon interrupted in any way, as 2

‘= = "Campbell, Hon. and Mrs. again for another vacation. special gramophone has been

= uke, Mr. — eS Miss Stoute is on the staff of secured by the British Council,

( rodb poder ge Pre "ee Combined which works from an accumulator,

the Office. of The
British Chiefs of Staff in Washing-
ton and Miss Smith is employed
with the British Embassy.

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Will Stop At Tobago

R. AND MRS. GEORGE E.
BOWLES of Providence,
Rhode Island, who arrived on the
“Mauretania” will be stopping off

Cpmmander and Mrs. L. A. Eggies-
and Mrs. A. Nyren, Lt.-Col.
J. Connell, Capt. and Mrs. J. A
and Mrs. Dean Kievan, Mr
Kievan, Mr. and Mrs

and which gives good reproduction.

Bach’s Chorale “Jesu Joy of
Man’s Désiring,” Country Gardens
by Percy Grainger and Concerto!
No. 3 in G Major by Mozart will
also be played. Admission to the
concert will be free and no tickets
are required.

Mrs. J. P. O'Mahony,
D. .Maskell, Hon Vv. Cc. Gale,
and Mrs. Maurice Cave, Dr.
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at Tobago where they will spend Steel Band for England | February collections will pre- | SON RIVERA ALBERT PEDRO
a couple of days with friends on : Short Dress Preferred |
| oe RE ee mst aris designers iast-minute TONY ARCHER CLEVE JONES
; as és been completed“ and the| | |sent Paris designers last-mite |
fc, ard Mrs. . date known for the departure to| | | rulings on the short evening dress | ERNEST SMALL ROY SMALL
of Satawale Mr ew Sir. and. Bare English Poetry England of Antigua’s “He'l's | |although, the average os
se 3 ire Mitchell, Mr Gate” Steel Band it is hoped tt at} | 5 |reaction to it will not ke gauged | Wed., Feb. 1st—JITTERBUG & QUARTETTE CONTEg
> on R. HUGH POPHAM who is a broadeast will be announced. : \Sedreh. Paris Season opens 1) | Thurs., Feb, 2nd — LOCAL TALENT PARADE
Mr. and Mrs himséit a poet is lecturing Other West Indian Islands will March. : ad TICKETS ON SALE Bi
and Mrs c Shepherd, on “English Poetry” for the be notified of the scheduled time. At the moment, only the a, 1 SALE NOW
seen Sete University College of the West “Brute Force, ond het omy. || snactest, women aro. wears |
s. Greig, Dr dies at 8.1 ‘ : ‘ + | midcalf-length, strapless et .
“mee anaes ca. “— the programme also. -itube, which Fath launched in ee ee 66460
Popham contends that critics and «>» «» | | October. ’ ; , 1% "
others often use words like | F é * Giner designers prefer % ROY AL THE 4 ;
“Classical” and “Romantic” too «At Home’”’ at Govt House; |evening dresses with easier-™™ 1@ a4 é TRE a
loosely and urges a clearer and ome ' ices wear, uneven hemlines and . :
more precise use of such termin- AST Wednesday there was an ¥e j curving, strapless decolletees. x NO SHOW TO-DAY
ar. ond Se Ology. The lectures include read- “At Home” at Government
. Mr_and Mt; ings from English Poetry of all House, Antigua, in order that} a3 : lused to drive her to the Adelpni |} TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY 8.30 p.m.
Mir rtin, Mr. Charlie seriods and are followed by members of Council and Govern-} .s eee : . lin the old days. "He did it “just |@
es See OT eal A. Guat Mr discussion. An introductory talk ment Officials could meet Mr. P. D.| =—— ‘ a se | tor the fun of the thing’— 1@
h J ‘ sa has been given and new-comers MacDonald the new Colonial Sec- " a e ok a ~ |said she had not changed |
Mrs. B. ctor will be welcome at the second retary and Mrs. MacDonaid.| DOROTH WALKER BESS AND SUIT. The suit is in apse | Seece her Gaiety Girl days, except |
7 ' = lecture of the series on Wednesday Music was provided by “Brute | tie-silk with detachable white collar. The ores ws grey and {that she was now better dressed- Whispered in terror by ovtlews...
ainn K » February Ist. Force” Steel Band. | white checked with over-skirt and tiny high white collar. ; She has h r of pairs of the Bame that’s tops ig westem fam .
ww? . e Learrings, and was wearing a pair
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: A UNIQUE wholesale dressmaker business has grow — ta
; } upin London—unique because it is built round one woman,) .cuctail SUNSET CARSON
| Dorothy Walker, who models clothes f or folde with LINDA STIRLING - BOB
| It all began some twenty years nt t ollar Directed by THOMAS CARR» § a
|ago when the owner of a whole- be Sion ons Me
\sale ciress-house spotted Dorothy purt rn ;CONmy
roodelling at a show. For some
he had realised the acute
age of designs for outsize CROSSWORD
: = r as he preferred to call core Pe oh eae ea
; women. : a
i Geo. Amos. Mt a>¢ WERE ARE SOME of the 100 Grenada exhibits on show at the nt ee

British Council. They are the work of school children.



























¢ Mrs. Harrisor From The Cold Of Canada Comings and Goings |
. «> = wemaep & ¢. wae, SACK. MESTIER, Assistant
: - PaNeeaee te , “hemist at the St. Kitts}
Laugh. This One Off a CE, Eng, MSA., Can., Factory saeead to St.|
“Trinidad spend the winter away on Sunday by B.W.1A. after
H® E’S-en amusing story ¥ n cola wit of C anada. spending three weeks here with |
es from Trinidad ee ee ‘ect @hG the Department of Science an
: e caite Tr i eer from + oron oO and has Agriculture.
pr ctised all over the Province ¢ : . . |
efecentiy ig Trinidad of Ontario ag well as in Ragland. py, P. G. F. H. Van der Brugh |
oe eemewad ng Thaw une staying on Director of Economic Affairs. |
an on a> Se a aribo returned home via
* 4 d a a hae at by B.W.LA. yesterday, |
2 A; «<> ing three weeks’ holi- |
y in tt iterest of his health
* i. Stop! ‘ zuest at the Hotel Roya! |
ev _ STERDAY afternoon at prof. C. G. Beasley, Economi¢
at oe Adviser to C. D. and W. returned! |

from Grenada over the week-end
y B.W.LA. after paying an official

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€ is really to be about large retort with a mixture of
5 Hit and Miss glue, the dust of fish-bones,
2 is eee AL ont dabrees ohn tent beetles’ wings and asafoetida. |
ke ek creation oe oe that Then, saying Hum, Ho, Ha, and|
i nany f0u i stone vl rid. |
i n n the season starts her friends twirling her left leg round wid
& ; . ©S dershins, four inches from the
J say she is “coming into lay. P
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ie it was an actress who, when contents of the retort over his
‘> given the word to swing the ; ic?
en Seine Cine ok ae mr. © head. “What on earth is this?”
fh} enprere Rene .& the bows spluttered the discomfited fool.
ve ‘ everybody ©! 4 ship missed the mark, and “The retort discourteous,”
He ed came from Caught the mayor a stinging welt youch-safed the saucy ol aaiie:
' iy S had ever Om the mazzard. She cried, “What aa meh S88
oF rd Salaar @ Clumsy little fool I am.” “Yes, : ° le Fi
rsh alamis. The @ren’t you?” shouted the mayor Animals First
i © had their own “1 didn’t come here to be THEY wanted a little bamboo
i n acquaint- insulted she said with a house for Mme. Butterfly at
es Pe ielightful pout Oh.” said the Covent Garden. But, apart from
ig he dr mayor didn’t you? Then why 4 world shortage of bamboo
SR Te : 10Us did you come?” owing to the building up ol
Poe Persi the Salamis stockpiles reserved for sick
oe oe ‘ Fram them it spread into In Passing pandas, the difficulty was trans-
5 Indi A CLERGYMAN thinks that . Apqerey the eat Fay
Afterthought more people would read the Ordered Cor ine. Butseray,
AN ' j if a ~ Bible if it had a more attractive and, thinking that this was ob-
: Eee me lay-out.” Also, if it were given viously a mere human being,
ave bec a more up-to-date title, I su se, and that there was no hurry,
ste.of bewild eet le . Pe * the suppliers put it on a ship
a’ : racular Remark of Sibyl Waa the “Mme,” been omitted
ty pointed out that “And who, fair hag, will win from the order, the bamboo
he brouhgha and the election?” asked the politi- would, of course, have been
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which

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ve these a
clothing of comparative

s women face the
Before the war

| But today, women shop-
#to find a pair available
ally at $1.65. Nylons are

sbiainable and retail at

hich sold at $10.
$15 before the war
between $35 and
@resses which fetch

peold in 1938 for less

an paid $6 fir a hat
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JANUARY 31,

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23.50 53.00
2.20 7.60
-50 1.85
2.10 5.80
1.75 2.80
1.60 2.65 |
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1950

| Found: A
Saxon City

| ROMSLEY, Worcestershire,
i (By Mail)
A buried city, claimed to be

| that of Kenelmstowe, 1,000 year-
| old legendary seat of the Saxon
boy-king Kenelm of Marcia, has
| been unearthed a few miles from
Romsaeey by a group of local
; archaelogists,

1 Because of the importance of
the finds, major excavations un-
der the Birmingham University
Department of Archaeoglogy will
be carried out this Spring.

|; The kingdom of Marcia ex-
isted in Britain from the sixth

hich to-day cost) century to the Norman invasion.
hes. W! 180 It survived many years of war-
are than > “wnat it was| fare with the independent king-
/ , ar-| dom of Northumbria and at one

t
t

shire border to Hampshire and
from Wales to East Anglia.
Discovery of the boy-king’s
Holy City was made by a group
of men digging in the cornfields

je 0 aign, top
"election ee oe ana near Romsiey after the harvest,
nis being given Ds ae Strange shadows cast among the

harvest stubble in the Clent val-
ley gave the first indication of the
buried city.

Local Folklore

Loca] folklore has it that news
of the martyrdom of Kenelm in
the ninth century was carried “by
the birds of the air to the Pope
of Rome,’ who made the young
king a saint and ordained his
royal city as a holy place for/
pilgrims.

Even today the old people of
the Clent hills believe in the
healing power of a spring said!
to gush from the ground where |
the king fell and now housed in|!
the chapel of St. Kenhelm. {

But history books have never |
; accepted the legend and although
another Kenelmstowe existed in
the Middle Ages, the holy Saxon
city remained —like Atlantis—a
myth,

Now two well-known Midland
} England archaelogists—J. Wilson
| Jones, borough librarian of Row-
ley and founder of the local
Archaelogical Society, and James
T. Partridge, of Romsley—believe
they have found Kenelmstowe at
Romsley.

With 17 members of the society,
they already have uncovered
the foundations of a palace and
many homes which they think
date back to Saxon times.

Claimed Wilson Jones to-day

“Historians who scoffed at the
existence of Saxon Kenelmstowe
have been proved wrong.

“We found it after delving into
hundreds of twelfth-century
| documents and ancient maps and
and studying the strange out-
; lines left in the cornfields near
Romsley after the harvest.”
—I.N.S.





New Design for Skis

TOKYO, Jan. (By Mail).

A new design for skis, embody-
| ing the principles of the law ol
| dynamics, has been developed by
| two Japanese engineers.
| Prof. Ichiro Tani of Tokyo
| University and Ken Omori, an
| eeronautical engineer, have built
|a pair of hickory skis eight feet
| in length and moved the buildings
| 14 inches forward of their con-
ventional position.

They claim this should make
| skiing easier and faster.
—ILN.S.



| Kills Woman;
_ Hangs Himself

KINGSTON, Jca.
Tragedies still continue to pile



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Vernam Field
Leased To

Small Farmers

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan.,

(By Mail).

A portion of Vernam Field,
Which has just been given up’ by
the Americans—it was a former
military encampment and then
airfield—will be leased to small
farmers for the production of
food crops. The area is exten-
sive, but only about 300 acres
can be used for the cultivation
of native foods. Wells on the
property will supply irrigation
water.

Bustamante
Gets Strikers
To Work

KINGSTON, Jamaica.

Workers on Caymanas Estate,
which is only a few miles out of
Kingston, struck a fortnight ago.
The cane cutters demanded the
dismissal of three members of the
staff, whom they claimed were in-
imical to their interests—oppress-
ed them. Bustamante took up
their cudgels, but after investiga-
tion found that the cutters had
no real grievance, and ordered
them back to work. Promptly the
T.U.C. officials stepped in, advis-
ing the workers to continue with
the strike. They held out for two
weeks, then, at last a day or two
ago, the majority heeded Busta-
mante’s advice and returned to
work. Busta is now ridiculing the
T.U.C. men on their failure.

A bigger issue, however, is
Bustamante’s claim on the Sugar
Manufacturers’ Association for the
major portion of the extra £3 10s.
to be paid by the Imperial Govern-
ment for West Indian sugar. He
wants it for all grades of workers
in the fields and factories. The
S.M.A. officials are now negotia-
ting with Bustamante, whose
Union, from 1948, has been recog-
nised as the sole bargaining power
on behalf of the sugar workers,
and a joint committee has been
set up to negotiate the issue. The
T.U.C. has demanded to be heard

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of 1938,

eck before the war the
was available it
day, $600 would just
pay the furrier’s biil

Of comparable qualit;

—(LN.S.)

Ben For Uncle

LONDON, (By Mail).
geen Import Scheme,
to keep “green’
% trade names es-
Britain before the
Continued in 1950 on
IS as in 1949.

Temains at 20 per-
M individual manu-
a average trade

Shas been

ad to the
a a2 foods allowec
mh under the scheme

—LN.S.

ley Shakes
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amaica (By Mail).
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existing

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pains due to the symptoms of

been at least six violent deaths.

four, with over a dozen people in
| Hospital, some seriously injured |
| There have been one_or two mur-
| ders, including a man who cut
|his ex-paramour to pieces be- |
cause she would not come back
to him, and then hanged himself.





2 Jamaican Police
Get Scholarships

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

Police scholarships awarded
annually for special studies in
the United Kingdom have gond
|}to two natives — sub-inspector
|W. H. McIntosh and Sergeant
| Orville F. Bernard. They leave
|the island early next month foi

in| England, and will be away for six

| months.
|

|



their request is not acceeded to,

laugh at the mention of | Motor car accidents accounted for|‘hey are going to call a strike on
the British woman |

the big sugar shipping port of
Westmoreland, to show their pow-
er. Bustamante derides their
challenge



Present Salaries
Not Enough
—~BUSTAMANTE

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

Proposal for increasing the sal-
aries of members of the House of
Representatives from £550 to £750
per annum, and those of elected
members of the Executive Coun-
cil from £1,100 to £1,300 per annum
with increases of travelling allow-
ance from £3 to £8 per week anid
an increase of the Speaker's sal-
ary from £900 to £1,000 will be
brought before the House early
in its coming session by Busta-
mante, who claims that the pres-
ent salaries are not enough
the work members are required
to do, and the expenses incident

for

| to carrying out such work.



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British Troops
Sent To Border

From RALPH , WALLING.

2 Burglars |
Shot Dead |

IN JAMAICA British troops, waiting to hand

: Somaliland back to the Italians,
KINGSTON, vee sean | are heading for the Abyssinian
Burglars are having a hot time Se ee ee
from householders who get awake | ¢rontier ibe: - sila
in time to see them dt their work. Driving through the. nigh b
in the past few weeks two burglars |) 04 = t a He yee a “i
have been shot dead after enter- | a ir gag on re
jing homes. In the last case the | ‘von: na, greying Major Caries
intruder had armed himself with paktaotg - ) Moyens, seuyont-olt
a revolver, which he had stolen | tank officer from Guildford, Sur-
from the bedroom of the owner’s | rey’. x
son. The owner facer him with a wei was recalled from leave in
shot gun. Both pulled trigger at wget flew ne ee
fhe same instance. “The robber) amd. stared on 2 $00-mile road
dead. Ss g . ie
he had eaote ia tema “ after hurried briefing over lunch,
safety catch. Because there are no railways,

| Border Regiment infantry and
P.N.P. Ma ‘ Or





jarmoured cars, like their com-
;mander, are going by road. And
| their orders are “Shoot to kill.”
| They are taking all supplies

| Or . | with them—even water in 250-
For Kingston ic isis,
The “war” against the raid-
lers in rocky desert and thorn

bush country, is
}at least a
mile front.

Camel Booty

Raiding tribesmen have round-
ed up 1,000 camels at a time while
watering between Tet and God
Dere, and have driven them into
Abyssinia around Callafo.

Border raiding is common at
this season. But there is a differ-
ence this year. The Ogaden people
know fhe Italians are returning.

And they dispute parts of the
border fixed when Britain gave

expected to last

Th Mayorshi i , :
e fayorship of Kinston fortnight over a 90-

deadlocked from last year Novem-
ber as a result of Labour and PNP
being equally represented in the
Corporation Council — the former
with the assistance of the Hon

George Seymour, Custos of St.
Andrew — will shortly be settled.

ceedings asking the Court to name
& date for the election. It will be a
PNP Mayor, as they now have a
overwhelming the
Council.

majority on

a ee Ogaden bBayk to Abyssinia in
1948.
Jamaica To Get British troops have walkie-

talkie radios and bigger sets to
keep in touch with Mogadishu,
where Brigadier Taunton, the
area commander, awaits progress
reports,

New Deep Water

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).

The biggest deep-water pier
in the island will be built at the
western end of Oche Rios Bay,
eapable of accommodating ships
larger than those which can now
be accommodated at any pier in
Jamaica. The building of this
pier will start in the next few
months and should be completed
in two years. An overhead cable
approximately six
miles will bring the ore to the
pier where facilities will be pro-
vided for loading a 12,500 ton
deadweight carrying ship, to be
built in Great Britain, in twelve
hours. The bauxite will be
taken to smelting plants owned
by the company in the United
States.

A citizen has filed mandamus pro



Trying To Unseat
Nethersole

KINGSTON, Jamaica.

Mr. L. G. Newland, former
Mayor of Kingston and M.H.R.
for the central area of St. An-
arew is trying to unseat Mr. So-
licitor N. N. Nethersole, promi-
nent sportsman, who is now in
Trinidad as Manager of the Ja-
maica cricket team, and will be
going to Barbados in connection
with the selection of the West
Indian team to tour England this
summer.



Dissatisfied With
Elections

KINGSTON, Jamaica (By Mail).
The High Court will soon fix
a date for the hearing of four
election petitions — two brought
by Labour Members, one by PNP
and one Independent— who were
unsuccessful candidates at the re-
cent elections to the House of Re-
presentatives. The charges are all
based on alleged malpractices
turing the election campaign.

Another suit is that of Mr
Cleveland Lewis, one of the high
executives of Bustamante’s La-
bour Party, who is, trying to get
back the seat he lost to Mr. E.
Vivian Allen, a former member
of the old Legislative Council.

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Increases
Film Library
To Meet Requesis

PORT-OF-SPAIN

The heavy calls upon the edu-
cational film library of the
Caribbean Commission since its
inception last year, and the
enthusiastic response which the
films have received wherever
shown, have iaf'uenced the Com-
mission to increase their stock of
films substantially, Mr. Lawrence
W. Cramer, Secretary General of

the Commission, told the Press
yesterday.

“We started in q smail way
with less than twenty films, all

on health education,’ Mr. Cramer
said, “we have now added a fur-

ther fifty films, on various educa- |

tional fields, Subjects
include agriculture,
engineering, geography and travel,
and professions. Many are in
colour, and nearly al] in sound

covered

; Some are presented in animated

the famous
contributed.”

cartoon form—even
Walt Disney has

One of the films shows rural
habilitation work in Puerto Rico,
and has met with a particularly
favourable reception. Among the
new arrivals, one series of four
films, in sound and colour, is Jikely
to prove very popular. The photo-
graphy is beautiful, and the titles
Birth of the Soil, This Vital Earth,
Arteries of Life, and Seeds of
Destruction, indicate its message,
Mr. Cramer said.

Although most of the films are
in English, some are in Dutch
and French for the benefit of
those territories, and the Commis-
sion is trying to obtain others in
Dutch, Spanish and French for
distribution,

These films are available to all
territorial governments, or to any
responsible agency, provided they
are shown free of charge.

One of the films, Journalism
has been borrowed by the Carib-
bean Press Association for dis-
tribution among the newspapers
of the British West Indies. On
return, it will be offered to the
Press of the other territories
This film has already been shown
in Trinidad to the class in Journ-
alism now being conducted by
the University College of the
West Indies.



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Barbados Advocate Correspondent;

CASTRIES, (By Mail)

His Worship Mr. Maurice
Salles-Miquelle, Magistrate, First
District, resigned on Wednesday
trom the Government Service,
to go into private practice. Mr.
Salles-Miquelle had been a part-
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amendments made to important bills by
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stances the amendments Have been agreed |--- Liberal Party
nner | “two dinners for the price cf one. For a 14s.

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to even although the House in one case ji,»

felt that its privileges had been infringed. | He takes a few

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section. paign be will operate 15 i Beveridge stumped the sealed to fit all women members of a family.

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eer ae vs GT of term they sometimes} shillings for the infant’s size; 35s. for bi
_by the voters. _ _»_ -ghost-write speeches for Liberal | ae eee for mother |
artell is also 2 candidate. but pundits who need more material. | > wp: >,

onstituency of Hencion North Peggy is going to have a busy time| The “Rip-a-Seam” gadget invented by a

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Caribbean aoe gece: candidates all over the country.| Bottled ‘Meat Tenderiser.” Sprinkled ON SSSSDSIIID PIPPI ISO OSG TVS

in Hendon and ai least She has been told: “No evening} :

lass platform speak- or cleans vlnaeesatin ‘enti | tough cheap cuts of meat it makes them soft | ¥
. the election is over.” I express| as sirloin steaks.
> my regret — and climb another IT’S TRAGIC |
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utely certain to put headed by brunette Joy Heward.

tes into the field Liberalisss is in her blood, her| child’s mother.” . . . ‘I’m not interested in the THE LA ST

there is good rea
Daily they line up outside the agents’



in the association is she left the Wrens. She is the



or otherwise, wou ¥ ie Sen Sa grandfather was a Liberal can-| money, Just my baby’s career.” . . . And an-|§
preservation of ot oo fo to ee tee ee lees tare tee ene. mother pees ee
adopted to-day,” he says. quarters three years ago when child on the screen. DROP!
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OPPS PSSOD
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rise to breaches ee 1
iy semersane. expert on Liberal policy — offices. Fifteen years ago their miracle young-
sions and helped to write the ais teen Bibaasi reas ae Ghicievi
; : er W lwavs “twice as good as Shirley |
nks Liberal candidates’ handbook. mee wees . a °

In her spare time, if any, she Temple.” Now it’s: “Twice as good as Mar-|

is treasurer of the Westminster! garet O’Brien.” e
branch of the Liberal Party and’ But in 15 years the mothers have not dimin- |

— o sp ce ae ished—or changed. Sometimes’ frustrated | > hi
; ae st S'T actresses themselves, they teach their mop- |Â¥ FINE |
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Harold Webbe. 3
$1.60 per bot.

It is all very much a famity, pets strange tricks—like the one who rigged
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party here in Gayfere Street. Can: her daughter out as VERONICA LAKE, peek- | ¥
this small organisation stand the | a-boo hair-do as well. iS
strain of an intensive six weeks’ 3
campaign ? es They envy MRS. ELEANOR PERREAU, |%
I think it will do pretty well. ' who has put her three children on the screen |Â¥
but whether Mr. Hurrell will :
sti!l be sane at the end of it all, —the eldest of them only eight. em
and how he will vote, is an open} But DEANNA BURBIN gave a hint. 1%
| “Parents,” she said, “should use caution be- 1%







d it hat do you think of it?”
Ti is Desmond Banks, Liberal question.









Rooney vane. yer ggeme ie late fox. Masraw, who. 6 WRN CopNinee oe Barvink |fore pushing their children into theatrical) %, i oe oa =
from his broadcast and t rk the Liberal organisa- —London Express ; | careers. The desire should come from the| > 659560 0SSSSS0SS9006050SSS559SS0S ve
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Fhe World Is Getting Warmer ves 0 of sora 2 coe 2 LEY ‘
| mothers. Nor does the example of SHIRLEY | 10
We NGTON, (By Mail By Ivan R. Tannehil record a ¢ = coe TEMPLE. Despite the broken marriages of | A if
Th : e it was egrees egrees | x . : | 4
. 5 van’ Kanmehil, ehiet of below zero across the border inj JUDY a MICKEY ROONEY, and) aay
he U.S. Weather Bureau’s Canada | JACKIE COOGAN and ELIZABETH TAY-| ied
ustead Division of Syncptic Reports So far this winter the Canadian | LOR’S two broken romances, they are still OFFERS oeuld
tead, Division of io cmedicts that cold has failed to break througb| avid to put their children where these others ‘s



into the Eastern part of the United

States—as if a high fence had | were. : ay
been built along the border. And when someone mentions PEGGY ANN

Now and then, a little of this) GARNER, who went to court at 17 to be|
cold air has spilled over into the| free of her mother, they change the subject. |
Dakotas and the mountains and| Cc ted De aie b it all: “Unl
the valleys of the west and south- | ommente anna about it all: Unless
west. \the children earnestly want and enjoy the |

Last winter, also, the situation! applause and attention, they’ll be bewil-|
was like that, but the atmospheric) gered and unhappy. ’, |
fence in the west broke down at Deanna should know

intervals and in January a tremen-/ ;
dous mass of Canada’s cold air) IT’S GLAMOUR

poured into the plains and fac) ¥THE AMERICAN working girl is every)





is year’s “June-in-January”
mate throughout a large
t of the country may be
forerunner of still milder
“like nothing we have
een before.”
Tannehit is one of the
is most noted weather
nen. He has been with the
U.S Weather Bureau 36
vears, 20 years at the Wash-
ington Headquarters. He is
author of three books, “Hur-
ricane’—now in its seventh






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t ‘ in the cold pehind this year’s freakish it winter in much Of the! _ 6 than half way. Th tay op Prices Ranging from $4.66 to $6.08 pe
: wit Later England inter weather and the pros- northeast and early March is} s 1 y. ey stay open until ging py
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t vas final wallop from this year’s weather. Often at this time pect pretty cold weather i the| 2¢ver isements 1n the Sunday papers, people |
a ic ard trend last winter of the year we have a spell of eastern part of the country before| are at their switchboards to take her tele-
itu in this long upward trend in the warm weather in we — me wu.ter is over. phoned order, though the shop itself is closed
picketing anc last 75 years there have been northeast Known as e January 4% + citustion:| Mass-pr' i Se iniesiy Tricrt, - - .
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r ; . March to warmer weather began and ice to thaw. oe : © Of) the originals. The gi 7es
, Ser sake Another curious fact is the per- the hemisphere day by day as | afraid = t “ ae ” Sperinanvns, ate not
ing whose That may be the case now, and sistent cold weather in Canada. —T re be ar Ags — the ry new 1aeas,
Ran ae tide . a efit) mild ears a ‘thing While Washington was having a Horthern halt o ie world, Say ™ : .
actions there ma y temporary public - 1 yo 3 oa an : an that the direct cause is seen in the en there are places like KLEINS. Here, |
abtectior e have seen 1 is OURete upper air. on a lucky day at this huge, teeming war
' the century and a half of instru- AT’S ON TO-DAY é : . ? g ware-
tal records may lie ahead with WHATR S “An unusually strong current of| house store (where you check coat and par-
i 3 par
1 4.4 | heat, drought and more dust Arts and Crafts Exhibition | air has been sweeping across cel; on entering so your hands fre
4 npted Tas ee his is 4 sols ‘bi at Queen’s Park at 10.00 middle latitudes from west | fe th h 5 I are free to
, » some pf the controversial i any event. this is « ole Bie ol east, preventing the cold air from riffie through the racks), there are costly|
: ss, and nearly al at! Meeting, House of Assembly | coming south, carrying it along sample gowns from exclusive uptown shops
a bill and the House cannot agree that we will continue to ; the C can bord tetas | 7 ps.
s cur share bf-cold, wit ; at 18 noon. the Canadian border and mixing) | saw one girl buy a black-ribbed si
+ that its powers have been get our oars of cold, with some eminthn - Gtaemees: Semmens 5 ee cold air with the Warm air| .) 7) g Ly ck-ribbed silk gown
. warm interludes, for some time from the oceans. which came straight from Fifth Avenue.

Plantation Yard, St. James
at 7.30 p.m.

Boxing at the Yankee Sta-

early March this year. A few are dium, Britton’s Hill at 8.00

‘ pretty sure about it. Py

Now, as to what lies behind this

Be that as it may, we know| She paid fifteen shillings for it. Another
that the world is getting warmer, | bought a coat for twenty dollars (£7). It

and despite interludes of cold, the . : A
upward trend should continue for! had Ie ec se Fifth Ay enue, but was
a comparatively long time to come. | identical with one in a window there, priced

—(LNS.) ‘at about ten times as much.

its encroached. The
roved the bill in the
it is by this

to come.
Most of them will be surprised
if it doesn’t come in February and



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tled. but do not receive? Then, from out of the darkness), one




out Bove also to be defective, the asks to have a telephone installed, pay it in) was imposed—as com- phasise the word and could use a ment fit the crime in all eS
Ele Electric Company will again be in the afswer still comes back pared with this in column 3 under stronger—who are constant and above all do not t it ieee HAMS in tins
A position to call on the surplus “Sorry, no telephone available; the caption “Sold Pears for $ix- sources of danger to themselves an offender's licence end 2 aa
wer that is already theirs for situation unchanged.” Is being pence” a hawker was fined one and others—On many occasions I suspended where it ap ‘lies t %
24 g. We can hope, how- sorry quite enough? hundred shillings (£5). True, have observed riders of bicycles driver of a mot de vehicle ae
has suggest a ever aat the new crankshaft (MRS.) E. N. FENNO. =‘ Their Honours felt that the * grav- utterly ignore the stop signal of t ie
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w crankshaft, which is wonders rather sadly why a tele- 24th) Adv iti i i
he 4 : s rat sadly why @ - Advacate. In column 2, Writing as a motorist, I will convicted causi age t
coming lowly and ecc ically phone is still ynobtainable; and under the caption “Fined for not lose sight of other dangers of life pepe oye te apna = AKES
boat, instead of faster and why, more than four years after Dangerous Driving” a fine of thir- the road, ie the careless pedes- ing in a manner iikely . ‘ae FISH C
e expensively. by air freight, the end of the war, when one ty shillings (with three months to trian, the wilful cyclist, yes Iem- such damage, “make the punish- LUNCHEON BEEF

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the com over e | . y outenas ney de- January 28, 1950 heavy fine, but let us compare for then pedal away midst shrieks of
crisis, a the peo; signed for locating weak spots in sa a moment the two offence: . laughter. There are many i
Barbados ade é i etal 1d used during the war Death Off The Road merated.’' In the latter conn Sune constables who can lie, te. School Boy Cricketers } STRAWBERRIES in tins
for the pr t tanks, guns, and small To The Editor, The Advocate, there is little gain in a person try- It must be obvious to anyone whe | GUAVAS in tins
assurance the thereby assuring our allied SIR,—yYour leader of Wednes- ing to sell a pear at a few cents has lived in Barbados for a num- T° The Editor, The Advocate |@ PEARS
a water shorta hat they were operating day the 25th inst, under the above @bove the fixed price—the matter ber of years, that the traffic prob- 7 % PEACHES
able peac vent th J t blow 0 is undoubtedly well- rests in ihe attitude of the public lem (and I don’t mean only mo- SIR,—Many school ys s PRUNES
have a conti r f t n yut due support —-20 buyers at ‘black market tor traffic) has now reached a “2tied because in the tise- | BRUSSEL SPROUTS
I underrt e humat srters. its warning will Ptices. no sales! But, let us turn point never properly anticipated ment of t i MIXED VEGETABLES
ugar fact : Q e stony ground. to the former case where a per- @nd something other than the a at Ke :| § CUCUMBER SALAD
. 1} son is convicted of “Dangerous rection of signs and notices mus 4. tour d
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JANUARY 31, 1950

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| fudement Fish Caught
\ recor In One Day

S HE FISHING season has not
¢ HONOUR the inet cary yet reached its peak and the
; otvaulan Collymore, will ru catches for this month cannot be

st Th st

. a ¢ of Error next Thurs- compared with catches made in
. on whether the Assistant: january 1949.

: day of Appeal . was right es Wednesday was a very success-

: C in confirming a decision of ful day for the Public Market. On

‘ce Magistrate of District this day. over 1.500 Ibs at

. ordered Colvin Clarke of 2 Ib:
- y Hill St. Joseph to pay his
oie 5/- 2 week instead of 3/- a

fish
passed through the Market, the
largest amount recorded within
the last two months.
as he had been ordered to _ The te that was brought
. 47. in was made up of 1,190 Ibs. of
a wife is Clarice Clarke of dolphin, 320 lbs. of shark, and 25
porazo, St. Joseph. She-ap- lbs. of king fish. No flying fish
in Court yesterday unre- passed through the market last
peared ted by Counsel, while her week,
a teed represented by Mr. On Monday and Thursday no
ee T. Brancker, instructed by fish at all was brought into the
J. i ‘Yearwood and Boyce. Her market, while on Tuesday about
d was the appellant in the 120 lbs. of dolphin, 15 Ibs. of king
husban fish, 65 lbs. of bill fish, and 19u
Ibs. of shark was brought in.
One hundred and seventy-five
pounds of dolphin was weighed
in on Friday and Saturday saw a
total of 75 lbs.,—45 Ibs. dolphin

Oe listening to Mr. Branck-
Â¥g submissions, the Chief Judge
waerved judgment until Thurs-
, nt Court of Appeal
{ ees the Order of the and 30 lbs. shark.
police Magistrate, was influenced Fishermen are ccmplaining that
by the fact that although the small. catches of flying fish
husband’s means from his are due to the weather. we have
asa carpenter is still rough- been having this month. With
the same as it was in 1947 when calmer seas next month they ex-
7 original order of 3/- a week pect the catches will increase
= made, his true financial posi- considerably,
ot including his house and land HE TWO launches that arrived
a est appear to have been put _on board the SS. Prospector
the Court in 1947. for the Harbour Police have Ford
On that point Mr. Brancker ar- V.8 engines and are capable of
that the Assistant Court of approximately 40 knots an hour.
should only have consid- The launches are equipped with
ered whether there was any in- water toilets, a-feature that does
in means between the time Not exist on any other launch in
of the original order and the time Barbados. They are also equipped
* of the application for an increase With very comfortable seats, water
; the wife. cans, spare parts and tool lockers
i‘ Mahe Assistant Court of Appeal and many other modern conve-
“had also been influenced.by the Niences. ,
. that one of the children of A few Harbour Policemen were
Be vasties, who stays with the kept busy yesterday cleaning up
father, and who was 14 years of the ppapenes,
when the original order was E ARE TWO slipwavs
; made, is now 16 years of age, and jetty a Ld crnene Police
{ P orking jetty in Bay Street. They are «n-
has therefore reached w g Cested us’ Tac hee.
“ir Brancker submitted that the Graham's boat building yard
fact that the child had reached Captain Graham, wio is now
working age was not evidence that TUBB NS. at sea launched the
he was actually working, and the Schooner Emeline on one of these
fact was not tantamount to an in- yf many years ago. ;
crease in the means of the father. Tr € silpways are showing sign:
The application was for an in- of wear and are badly in need
crease in the maintenance order © Yepairs but it is doubtful
onthe ground that the husband’s whether these slipways will ever
had increased, Mr. Branck- be ae aay. ae
Ser said, and submitted that such A OUT 2.30 a.m. on Sun-

: i day an accident occurred on
. See had not been proved, Baxters Road between a horse
drawn cart, owned by C. T. Wead-
ley of Bush Hall and driven by
Dennis Bowen of Porey Spring,
St. Thomas, and a bicycle ridden
by Frederick Sobers of Deacons

CLERK DIED
1 < rj >-vyear- John
—— patabiaglagl Re SM

VERDICT was re- bar. s
Be vine-man jury when Joseph was struck in his chest
the inquiry into the death of Ken- with the shaft of the cart. He was
“neth Bullin was conducted yester- taken to the General Hospital
| day by Mr. E, A. McLeod, Coroner suffering from injuries and was
* of District Tes P detained. %

The body of Bullin who lived in DONKEY was injured on its
Fontabelle was fished out of the right front foot and the rear
Careenage about 6 a.m, on Janu- fender of a motor car was damaged

when an accident occurred on
Barbarees Hill at about 3.30 p.m.
on Sunday.

The accident involved the moter
car M—1090, owned by Reginald
Alleyne of Bank Hall Cross Road
and driven by Alric Thomas of
Hawkins Gap, Westbury Road, ” d
the ears were bruised and there a donkey attached to a cart be-

ati - longing to Sam Marshall of Eck-

—* nite stein Tear ar driven = Vernon
opening the head he saw Beckles o the same a ress,

\- ee eh The lungs WO MILE HILL was the scene

were filled with fluid and had of an accident at about 7.00

‘jm pneumonia. The stomach also p.m. on Saturday between ihe

was half filled with fluid. motor car M—566, owned and

Inhis opinion the case of death driven by George Peterkins of the
was due to drowning, He also be- same district, and the motor car
lieved that pneumonia contracted M-—1648, owned by R. A, Browne
was likely to make him delirious. of Brittons Hill and driven : by

Violet Barker of Beckles Road James Gittens of My Lord’s Hill.
Said she knew Bullin well. He The fender and bumper of
frequently visited her home. On M—1648 were damaged. The right
January 24 about 6 p.m. he was Side and yr peacer of M—546
at her home when some fellows Were also damaged. : '
/“Macar called him for a drive. HE EXECUTIVE Copncil Ait
He said he did not feel like going. the Barbados Cricket Le agi
He left her home about 9 o’clock. held a meeting at Queen’ s Park -
Next witness called was James 3.00 p.m. on Saturday and

a watchman of the Public discussed certain protests made by

orks Department who is sup- Liberty C.C. against Dover cc.
Dlied with a hut in Cavans Lane _ Progressive C.C. and_ Dover
while he is on duty. C.C. ended up each with 55 pate

He said that on the morning of but the protest lodged by Li erty
January 24 +n C.C. stated that in the Dover-

lary 24 about 12.45 he was in ©. ei.

hut when he heard the voice Liberty match, Dover played. fou
ot a man, men who were not. registered.

The voice seemed to him of an Owing to this is ag Ble

icated person. The man was taken away trom Dover leaving

After g unintelligible things. Troeaiye winners of the Cup in

th asse ; the City Division.

ttiied its mutheines nad he > AT ABOUT 5.30 p.m. on Satur-
4 splash as if some one had day an aceon) scone 0
into the Careenage. Cox Road between y' oo
dog on a schooner which was M—173, owned and . iven we
alongside the wharf start- Ashton Eastmond of es am

td to bark and this attracted his Hill, St. Michael, and a ype
| attention. He moved to the edge owned by Dudley Parris of hddey

Wharf and saw the head of Village, and ridden by his er

Man floating on the water. It 0d Genter, Cynthia, o 5

= ared, same address. f

RRS Who came and fished Grain, was taken tothe Gen,
é ospi f

i body later the ae ee abner: Both vehicles were

en he came out of his hut %amaged.

~, “aS no one around on the

4 1,500 Bags Of Rice
“it Oue Month Arrive From B.G.

= fine of £2 to be paid in one One thousand, five hundred
~ o in default one month’s bags of rice were brought ee
ter, ret Was imposed on on Sunday evening by aon
Hig Morris of Bridge Gap by “Philip H. Davidson whic ar
Worship Mr, A. McLeod rived from British Guiana. —
Y when he was found This schooner also brought sie
E fen of assaulting and beating plies of firewood, charcoal, pai “
Carrington of Kew Land. Staves, wallaba posts, eae
ing On said she was stand- greenheart, personal effects anc
idan corner of Eagle Hall on fresh fruit. y cme ae
. ber 17 when Morris came Arriving yesterday morning
® to her and struck her twice was the Schooner “Laudalpha
. from St. Lucia, It brought copra,
charcoal, cocoanuts and fresh
fruit.







































































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25.
iy. E. B. Simon who performed
the post mortem said he examined
the body of Kenneth Bullin about
11.30 am. on January 25 at Bur-
ton’s Funeral Establishment. He
noticed a small wound on the right
side of the head and the lobes of

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money ,

—“(G/- In 14 Days

Bi menneth Blackman and Norris
“Were te of Nelson | Street,
th 4 fined 15/- to be paid 3
h,8¥3 or in’ default one LONDON, Jan. 30. —
Berea wPtsonment when they The draw for the fifth round
A. moore His Worship Mr. of the Football Association cup
- Talma yesterday. was made this morning and re-
Were found guilty of hav- sulted as follows:—
spe d0ssession a quantity Bury or Derby County v.Bour :
Which was suspected of mouth or Northampton, Chester-
Stolen , field v Chelsea, Evert v Toten-



Football
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ane th H . 4 ,

thera) ps a chauffeur

fh 14 day mt . vas ned

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BISHOP BENTLEY blesses the New St. Winifred’s School.

Bishop Blesses

St. Winifred’s Arrive From

New School

IN the crowded room, solemn

surroundings and with a light
breeze blowing across the still

Hall, Bishop Bentley yesterday
blessed the new quarters of the
St. Winifred’s Girls’ School and
the children. The new school is
situated at the Pine in the resi-
dence formerly called ‘“Wel-
beck”.

For the past few years, Miss
J. Seale, Headmistress of the
school, and a special Committee
of businessmen and Old
Girls, had been collecting
funds to buy new quarters
for the school. This had
become necessary when the num-
ber, which at the beginning was
10 children in 1921, reached the
200 figure, At first the school was
located in Belleville, but in 1922,
was removed to George Street.
Later, due to inereased school
numbers, the school was. en-
larged until all available space
for building had been used.

Energetic Designs

Now after many energetic de-
signs by the Committee, the
pupils will be housed in more
spacious classrooms. The old
school which was of wood has
been added to the newly acquired
building.

The new site is just over a
mile from the City in a quiet,
windy atmosphere, very condu-
cive to teaching and playing of
games. The smiles ‘and spvright-
liness of the children yesterday,
were ample evidence of their
appreciation of their new schoo
site.

Mr. Pet Wallbridge of th
Singer Company, City presente:
the school with a Singer machine

Among those present were Rev.
f E. Armstrong, Ex-Headmas-
ter of Combermere School, Mr
J. H. Wilkinson, M.C.P., Mr.
F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Mr. F.
xoddard, M.C.P., The Bishop and
Mrs. Bentley, Mr. Cave of the
St. Michael Vestry, Mr. Wal-
cott of the St. Thomas Vestry
and Dean Hutchinson.

School Declared Open

Mrs. Bentley, after declaring
the school open, expressed the
hope that in the years to come,
all pupils of the school would
find it a happy place. She told
teachers and pupils that they
should always go about their
duties with that spirit of associ-
ation which had been theirs for
so long.

Bishop Bentiey read two pas-
sages, one from Deuteronomy
one from Ephesians and then
in his blessing to the school and
pupils, said:

“O God our Heavenly Father,
by whose spirit man is taught
understanding, bless, we humbly
beseech thee this school, pre-
pared for the instruction of their
children. Grant to the teachers,
wisdom, skill and patience, and
to the pupils, diligence and a
ready response; that by the
guidance of thy Holy Spirit,
those who are taught in this
school may so be brought up in
reverence and love of thee, that
they may joyfully serve thee all
the days of their life.”

Goal Achieved

Mr. Wilkinson thanked Mr.
Pat Wallbridge for his gift of 4
Singer Machine. He said that
their success in the attainment of
their objective was due, primar-
ily to the old pupils of the school
and to other voluntary workers’
After a long time they had
achieved their long sought goal
-more convenient quarters. He
said he hoped they would con
tinue with that zeal and energy
they had exerted as they still
had many outstanding debts to
clear off.

The headmistress, Miss Seale
said that it was with the height
of enthusiasm that she looked
down upon the crowded hall and
welcomed the many friends she
saw, She thanked all those who
had helped them in the reaching
of the objective. She thanked
Mr. Wallbridge specially for his
gift—the Singer machine.



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in jars, fruit and vegetables wera
included in the cargo of S.S
“Hughli” which loaded at Calcut- force last night at a meeting which
ta, Rangoon, Colombo and Cape was held at the Steel Shed in
Town.

are the local agents

House Meets
At 12 To-day Not Grow Old”






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Luxuries

B.W.U. Hold
Meeting In
Queen’s Park

FOLLOWERS of the Barbados
Workers’ Union turned out in

The kast

Vermouth, brandy, wine, butter

Queen’s Park.

Also arriving by this ship were The topic of the meeting was

supplies of tea, raw linseed oil, centred around dissatisfaction
peanuts in cans, jams, marmalades, which had recently arisen among
squashes, pilchards, cotton drill, the Sanitary
bags, records and-shoe samples. cuts caused the meeting to start

The “Hughli” (4,564 tons) op- with gas light while a battery had
erates
whose
Messrs. DaCosta & Co.,. Ltd. half an hour after the meeting

Cement From U.K.

A large shipment of Portland St,
cement arrived at Barbados on Hutchinson was responsible for
Sunday by
which arrived from London,

This vessel was still here yes- Mr.
terday discharging its cargo, bar- speaker, said that they now had
iey, ovaltine, dry gin,
confectionery, nescafe, motor cars,
a lorry, oil stoves, mustard, paint the first verse of “Fight the Good
and radiograms,

workers. Electric

under the Nourse Line, to be attached to the microphone,
local representatives are However, the lights came on about

began.

Mr. T. O. Bryan, who acted as
Chairman, introduced a new
brother, Mr. Arthur Hutchinson of
Philip. He said that Mr..



S.S. “Prospector,” keeping their colours flying in St.
John and St. Philip.

F. L. Walcott, the first
cocoa, to start on a new road to freedom
and he asked the gathering to sing

records were Fight.”

other articles brought by the Mr. Walcott continued to speak
“Prospector.” aud afterwards speeches were
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd., made by Mr. T. W. Miller, Mr.

G. H. Adams, M.C.P., President,
and Mr. M. E. Cox, M.C.P.

“They Will



BECAUSE of the prevail- THE following is the text of a
ing uncertainty as regards message received from the Secre-
lighting at night, the House tary of State for the Colonies
of Assembly will meet to- regarding the commemoration of
day at 12 noon instead of 3 those members of His Majesty’s
OTs “ iad Forces who died in the war and

S was the reason give have no known graves :—
by Mr. G. H. Adam’, Leader Proposals for the commemor-
of the House, for the change ation of those members of His
of the hour when the House Majesty’s Forces who fell in the
was about to adjourn on 1939/1945 war and who have no
Tuesday last. known grave are announced by

The first item on the Or- the Imperial War Graves Com-
der Paper is a motion by mission after consultation with
Mr. M. E. Cox for the sec- the Governments of the British
ond reading of a Bill to Commonwealth. The chief naval
amend the Customs Tariff memorials will be in this coun-
Act of 1921, try linked with the memorials of
__ No. 2 on the Order Paper the 1914/1918 war at Chatham,
A o ae Mr. G, - Piymeut,, ahd Portemeuth and
‘cams for the passing of a there wi be three smaller
supplementary Resvlution memorials at Leonsolent, Liver-
for $10.00. pool and Lowestoft. The com-

Mr. Adams is then ex- memoration of the armies will
pected to move that the be by campaigns and most of the
House consider the amend- memorials will be in war ean
ments of the Legislative teries. In Europe the sites chosen
Council to the Bill to amend are Trondheim in Norway, Dun-
the Trade Union Act and the kirk and Bayeux in France,
Better Security Act. Nijmegen in Holland, Cassino in

Last item in Government Italy and Athens in Greece. The
Business is a motion by Mr. principal memorial in Africa will
Adams for the passing of a be at El Alamein. Others will be
Resolution to approve the at Medjez-el-bab Hargeisa, port
Payment of Leave Passages Suez Mombasa and Diego Suarez
Order, 1950. In Asia there will be memorials

Under Private Members’ at two cemeteries in Iraq and
Business, the House is ex- Persia at Beirut at Singapore
pected to resume debate on and at Saiwan Bay, Hong Kong.
the second reading of a Bill The sites for the memorials for
to authorise the Rector of the campaigns in Burma and for
the parish of Saint Joseph to the defence of India have not
sell a part of the Glebe land yet been chosen. ais
of the said parish to the Ex- memorial to the Air Forces sein
ecutive Committee of Bar- be at Coopers’ Hill overloo ing
— ecg ee ms

: of a ose los ; a-

—s ane ern eee tions from bases in the U.K. and
bers Business ae iy rey North West Europe. Others will
by Mr. E. D. Mottley for the be in Malta at El Alamein at
second reading of a Bill 0 Singapore and in Canada. In the
oan ee eee ee South and South West Pacific
. ; eight memorials will commem-
; Next on the Order Paper pe together those of the Land
is the much spoken on Ad- end Air Forces and Merchant
dress by Mr. D. D. Garner Navies of Australia and New
urging the repatriation to Zealand. The firm and site of
Africa of persons of African the main-memorial to the Mer-
descent. chant Navies -zemain to be
settled.



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THEIR Honours Mr. G. L
Taylor and Mr. H. A. Vaugh
yesterday confirmed a decision o
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis-
trate of District “A”. Mr. Talm.
had imposed a fine of £5 on Carl-
ton Foster of Tudor Street, 5
Michael. He had found him guilt;
of having assaulted P.C. 388 Jes
samy while he was executing hi:
duty on November 27, 1949.

The evidence was that - th
assault came about when Foste
and another man was eaci
riding a bicycle: along Baxter
Road during the night. No ligh
was burning on Foster's bicycle
and P.C, Jessamy stopped him
Foster argued that his bieyel:
light had been burning. He the:
let go the bicycle and it fell..Hi
companion went to pick it up an
P.C. Jessamy told him to leave
it.

Foster then jumped at P.C.
Jessamy and stabbed him in hi
side with something he had in his
hand, Jessamy was detained a
the General Hospital for three
days.

Foster said as his defence that
he had been at home at the time
at wiiich the offence was al-
leged to have been committed.

MERTON ADAMS of Taitts
St. James was yesterday finec
20/- and 40/- when a decision
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell; Police
Magistrate of District “A” wa:
confirmed by Their Honours Mr

L. Taylor and Mr. H. A
Vaughn in the Court of A
Adams had been found guilty 01
(1) having refused to state his
name and address to a_ police
constable when he was asked te
do so, and (2) of having disre-
garded the directions of the

same police who was regulating
traffic. The offences were com-

mitted on the Garrison Road on

August 6, 1949, a race day.

It was a day when one-way
traffic was in force on that roac
and Adams instead of obeyins
the policeman’s request, according
to the evidence, bent back two
of his number plate. and
lifting his bicycle on his shoul-

der went on his way.

= :

25 Years Ago
(“Barbados Advocate,’ January
31, 1925.)

The Volunteer Force (Taken

from the Leading Article)
We understood that
remarks by a

fome extent
are causing
and discontent

been
much

panies,

vice have been

their

that is reported to

kind must
grating influence on the
and the authorities
for the Force should
the seriousness of the

have a

members,
Jamaica Cricket Team
Entertained

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Jamaica Cricket Team were en-
Dinner at the

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Bridgetown Club by the Barba-

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UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER





—_ v} i
NNAH He I HAVB. been instructed to sell by
RCARFT HA “Arling)sv". | Avetion on THURSDAY next the 2nd
whl rs ile, at 4.30/ February beginning at 1 o'clock at
a rian’s Chureh, and | Dunkirt opposite Balmoral, Hastings, one
(of St. CoP ephien’s Church, | complete Dairy which includes several
to. St- cows, milk room in very good condition.
ther of John C. Jones.| Cow Sheds covered with galvanize;
Satin Jones, Horace; milk scales gal buckets, several cases

. of bottles, (2) carts, harmess, (1) horse,
31.1.50—In.| |2) carrier bicycles, (1) Ford 8 Car
Milk cans and several other items of
interest. Terms cash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer .

IN MEMORIAM 29.1.50—4n.
ae
of our dear Son

“ay loving Gasie. JEFFERS who pass-! UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

‘on Feb. 1, 1949.

love, my son
my ‘us yi year ago,

rd prothers have missed

thy Neatham

I have been instructed to sell on Wed-
nesday next the Ist February, beginning
you| at 12 o’clock at No, 4 Flat at White Hall,
Hastings, opposite Hastings Hotel, an
entire lot of well kept household furni-
ture which includes; Old Fashion Mahog-
any double arm Sofa with Bed; Uphol-
stered Chairs; Berbice Mah, Chair with
Carpet; Pine Desk and Mah, Revolving
Chair; Old Fashion Side oards: a
collection of Book Shelves; a collection
aes. a ree ome and Side Tables; a col-
5 , the ection 0: ning Tables ineluding Tip
2p ocellthe your Top and Extension; a collection of Ware;
& ’ atte Mah. aerneate Clock Case, a
ways. ‘ore God's mercy) collection of ass Jars; Carpets; Iron
us bef + Peco be Spring and Mattress;
a s till we edar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany
em rich blessing: Double Fedsteed with Iona Spring and
2 Dudley Jef-} Spring- mattress; Mah. Dressing
meet. effers ay, (Brothers),| Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several
), Cyril, Carmen, (Sis-| other items of interest. Anyone interest-
Sheila, Thelma, 31,2.50.—1n| ed in overlooking the above can do so
or Tuesday the 3lst between the hours of

of our dear belov'

ed| 2 to 5 in the evening.
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D. ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
28,1.50.—4n, |

_——
“MELROSE” — VCOLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land.
The house contains, Drawing, Di:ing!
Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
ue usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a Ue-
tached room with built in cupboards
suitable for a Doctor's consulting room.
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms with
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages.
Electric Light throughaut,
Inspection Monday to Saturday
appointment, Telephone No; 3738.
The above residence will be offered
tor sale at public competition at the
vifice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. .,
25.1,.50—9n.
_——

REAL ESTATE
Seeeiitegine tatiana



Te ok her rest,
da:
evn away,

ne she will be re-
ti nee meet again
(husband) Joseph
ther), Lillian Brathwaite,
Miss seareta Barnett (Sister),
Weekes (Sister), Mrs. Ger-
ster (Sister). $1.1.50—1n
f our dear
memory 0

META COPPIN who
this life on January 26th. 1948

of sadness still come o’er us

tears often flow,
to-day, ~ brought before us;
ties of ‘two years ae ,
wears away the edge of grief,
n > tore back every leaf.
Valda, Norma Coppin, (Daugh-

Wilfred Coppin (Son). Marva

-children). Julian
_ 31,1.50—1n

























by

memory of my dear belov-
and Mother, ESTHER ELIZA-

asleep 30th.; ,“ % bedroom Bungalow Type Resi-
LESLIE, who fell asleep 3 ence at Worthing Main Rd. Right ot |

, 1940. i Way to ‘Sea, Modern Conveniences
the one we love the best, | Good Condition, about 6,500 sq. ft..|

ie in her churchyard bed, Going for $10,000. Large and Smail Pro-

christians only fall asleep

wake again in heay'n

er to be remembered by John Les-
; (Husband), Athelstan, ery
, iam, Althea, Myrtle, Sybil
Tag -1.50—In |

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Fancy Prices, Bluffiing, Boosting or}
never fading memory of our dear) Boasting. Dial 3111 or 2713. Call at
GEORGE 0. FORD. who depart-| Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros.,

Pthis life on the 9th January, 1943
our darling Mother MARTHA MAY-



Tudor St., Near Mason gHall St.





our idols are buried in gloom |
cannot pour our love in their ears

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hedrooms, The dwelling house is full:







we breathe it o'er their tombs furnished, Water & electric service in-
eth came to prove if that love would} stalled. Inspection on application to
d, the premises. For further particulars
the sharpest ordeal tried. apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.
But it passed like the flame that test 31.1.50—10n
Aeth only purified. WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY




thy (Son), Rhoda, Ivie, and Ruth] SHARES—A ‘small lot priced ‘to vield
). Eileen, Trevor, Hycinth,| 442% interest. Phone Mr. Webb, 3188
Audyne, Altha, Gloria, Onhelia 27.1.50—6n

children). 31.1,50—1n



FOR SALE OR RENT. HOUSE caller
‘Shelton’ situated at Bay Street near
Yacht Club. For particulars apply to—

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, ‘
Magazine Lane.
31,1,50—2n

FOR SA

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COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
Bungalow, four bedrooms, two haths;
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-
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premises Garden, St. James.

20.1,.00—1in.

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mechanical condition and new
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31,1,50—6n

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“THE BANYANS” — With the lana

o'clock Monday to Friday thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'2
BLES. 29.1.50—4n. | Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael, Ideally suitable for de-

1948 Saloon, one owner,
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Co,, Ltd. 29.1,50—4n.

aUCK AND CAR—One Dodge Truck
overhauled. One Ford V-8 Car
for pick up. Dial 4058.

29.1.50—3n

velopment as a Building Estate.
Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m, and 11.50
a.m, and 4 p.m, and @ p.m, on appli-
cation to Mr, Ronnie Gittens on
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
Ford V-8 5 Passenger Coupe.| February 1950, at 2 p.m.
Sond hand condition ate: | For further particulars and Conditions

unt

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at the price asked, Terms COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

can be seen at the 20.1.50—13n
27.1.50—3n



“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine

dillman 1947. Excellent condi-} Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
or nearest offer. Insall| of land will be offered for sale at the
q 27.1,50—-5n. | 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

FOR SALE: (1) Austin 10, (1
mil 4, (2) Morris 8 Touring, (1

$ Sedan, (1) Rockney. All ir round floor and 3 bedrooms,
9 é pantry on groun
| Condition, apply to Mr. Haynes.| bath ete. on first floor,
Rl Garage, next Central Station, Electric, gas and water services.
ms 31.1.50—2n| The house has recently been renovated

and decorated and is in excellent condi-
tion.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310.
Further particulars and conditions of
s ly to...
i CoTTLi, CATFORD & CO.,
Solicitors.
21.1,50.—11n.

cc, BSA, O.H.V

CYCLE—250
Perfect working order.
3308.

old.

28.1.50—3n

Ford 8 h.p, in good con-
3063. Belgrave, Purity
u 27.1,50—6n

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For Sale=«Contd.

DRUMS—A quantity of empty stee!

Tube Pye Radio latest mode!
Garrard Pickup and Turn-
fase $20.00. Hardwick 4460.













. Purity Sales
M 29.1.50—t.f.n — Dial 4529, 3063 37.1.$0-—-6n.

P ACCESSORIES Hot ,
Single ana double, Food Goren GARDEN HOSE—', in., 5/8 in. and




% in.

Courtesy Garage.

REFLEX ENSIGN CAMERA 4 Plate
mon, Tel. 3085.
Cost £60. Dr. K. Si ath ea ae

I . Dial | 4391
Ba iy shes. COURTESY Special low Brees. 7 ibe

31.1,50—6n









PUPPY (Dog). 4%
Pedigree supplied, Regis- .
the Kennel Club, London. } Dial 3226.
aan 2. o Frost,, Stan-

el
ia, St. George.
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a Dial ‘3063. Belgrave, Purity
Bakeries Ltd, 27.1.50—6n-

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-- les

CYCLE & ACCESSORIES Hares
; ae

and Phillips Ladies, Gents and Yow :
Tyres and tubes, pedals, brake rubbers,

1
eic., ete. Courtesy Garage. setts ae

26.1.50—t.f.n.

A) ig, Hercules
mes,

Silver King. ov
Green and in bier!
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Ce eae
13 11 49—t ty ag eg ir — Chamoi
AUTO ACCESSORIES

one: ~=6One Treadle Sewing | /eathers, dust clothe, ee Cart
win good condition. — Apply| Tank locks (U.S. and 31.1.50—-6"

Atthur, Brown's Gap, Passage | Trucks). :
——$S$S
311.50—2n | “GARAGE EQUIPMENT—EPCO Trolle;

_

Jackets (1% to 10 tons), Blow-Torche*

“ a i screwdrivers, open
” Crow bars, Pliers, 41
TUR its end and Socket wrenches. Ry 4

Large assoriment of | Courtesy Garage.

furniture, comprisi

. prising of

Mattresses, Chairs, sideboards
and beds, ali’ at rea

Drices Call Ralph A. Beard,

‘dwood Ney,
E~â„¢- to 12 noon Tie,
29.1,.50—3n



Car Tyres 750 x
600 x 16; 500 x 16
450 x 17: 500 x 1%.
Co. Trafalgar St
20.1,50—t.f.n.

TYRES—Truck and
. 700 x 20; 30 x 5,
450 x 18; 400 x_18;
350 x 19, Auto Tyre












i known as the Colonial
and "Hammusens situated at the ee
Tudor Street (opposite Swan wee a
further particulars apply: ~~ : nd <
premises. :

Ss

for Sale at Hansom Planta-
28.1.50—3n

Oe ee
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Bast GOING CON | Som aon Bae sulteble for omnice o
v i] a jon lock:
mie with Pi chasing Kent prea reo your records. Contact



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tions of 4. S. BRYDEN & SONS (B’dos) Ltd.









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Des Big Capital involv 13.1249— Tue., Fri., Sun.,
Poa. , Dial 3111 or 2713 eee eee Sen.

BR. Near’ Abreu at Carter Bros | LADIES BRASSIERES — Sc.

F: on Hall -' ‘ Royal Store. 47.1,80—13n
iD = —
aig, HAND SCHOOL BOOKS STOVES—Primus type, pump ar

31.1.50—1n | cou Garage 4391. 31.1.50—6n

tesy
a a idaniaeniagmnlabeenannla
aon Rest Grade
GALVANIZED SHEETS—Bes ny

eft. and Aft. sheets, from $2.08 and via }
a+ they last. A. BARNES & Co ? '
Dial 4684, 4476 18. 1.5-





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furnished

4 bedrooms and all modern conveniences

For February, April, May, June 1959
Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Bynoe

} 28.1.50—3n.

“WATERFORD”—Hastings
rison Savannah). Desirable residence
fully furnished . Available from ist Feb-
ruary. Dial 8330, 26.1.50—t. fin

FLATS fully furnished with Retrig-
erator and linen at I
Dial 8364 ale sina

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any p ~







ALN Nepean

|
HOUSES
“HILBRE” — Maxwell's Coast April
May 4 i
May, June. Phone 2654. 31.1.50—n |
}
HEATHFIELD—On the Crane Coast
Electric Light and all modern con- |
} veriences. Apply: Mrs. A D. Herbert
Phone 8385 26.2.50—4n
+
dpe — Cattlewash, Bathsheba

including Refrigerator,

Worthing, | Schooner Owners’

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Ser, L,, Sch, Manuata, Sch.
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Marion Belle Wo'lfe
| Yeeht Beegie, Sch. Emeralda, Cch. Gar-
T.B. Rader, Sch. Emeralda, Sch. Gar-
denia, Sch. Freedom Fleary, Sch. Fran-
cee W. Smith,
ARRIVALS

Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons
Capt. Gumbs, from St. ees Agents
ition .

PORT:
Rhoda



S.S. Hughli, 4,564 tons net. Capt
Reynolds, from

Trinidad; Agents: Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.

Schooner Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons
net, Capt. Sealy, from British Guiana;
Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association

S.S. Prospector, 3,646 tons net, Capt.

person or persons | Littlechild, from St, Kitts; Agents: Dy

whomsoever in my name as I do not hold | Costa & Co,, Ltd.

nuyself responsible for anyone contracting

any debt or debts in my name unless by

a written order sisned by me.
CALVIN OSBERT

31,1.49—2n

WANTED

27.1.50-—3n

class jacket hands,
S. Maffei, Ltd.
26,1.50—1w

TAILORS—First
can apply to P, Cc.
scorers in Tailoring.

good salary for qualified person, Brad-
saw & Company. 31.1,50—4n.
POSITION Young Lady age 29 years
would like a position as Office Maid,
Child’s Nurse or Housekeeper, please
Write Box S.M.K. C/o Advocate Advtg.
Deps 31,1,.50—1n
MISCELLANEOUS
_—

. WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of
Stamp Society, 3rd Floor, No.

10 Swan
Street.

29.1.50—4n

PUBLIC NOTICES









PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(THE PROVAST MARSHAL’'S ACT 1904
(1904—6) & 30)

ON TUESDAY the 14th day of February
1950, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
afternoon will be sold at my office to the
lughest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admeasurement. 5907 Square
Feet situate in Parish of Saint Michael
butting and bounding on two sides on
lands of the Barbados Co-operative Bank
Limited, on lands of Clement Warner
over a road fourteen feet wide, and on
the said road called Villa Road

a
Sritton Hill together with the chattel

* Le a are ee “2 dwelling house thereon, and all appur-
FORD, who passed to the great BY public competition at our Office | tenances appraised as follows:—
on January the 28th., 1948. James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-| | The whole property appraised to TWO
worship thee yet our Parents dear | ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA”™ at! THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND

Josepn containing 3) SEVENTY TWO DOLLARS AND THIRTY

FIVE CENTS ($2,1724.35). Attached from
Walter Evans Phillips, for and towards
Sutisfaction, &c,

N.B.-—25%, Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase,
Vv. H. B. ROCHEFORD,
Actg. Provost Marshal.
Provost Marshal’s Office.
29.1.50—3n.

“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experience
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Sample Book to Britain's largest and
foremost Publishers; highest commission,
marvellous money making opportunity.
Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
Works, Preston, England.”
eee

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Allan Boyle holder of
Liquor License No. 545 of 1950 granted to
him in respect of a board and shingle
shop at Bay Street, St. Michael, for














‘ t per-
mission to use said Liquor License at a
board and galvanised shop attached to

residence below Goddard’s Gap,
Tweedside Road, St. Michael.
Dated this 30th day of January 1950
To: E. A. MeLEOD, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
ALLAN BOYLE,
Applicant

upper

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A” on Thursda

the 9th day of February 1950 at 11 o'clock,

am.
E. A, McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
31,1.50—I1n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of L. J. Williams,
Marketing Co., Ltd. of Broad Street,
B'town, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c.at Front room of 2nd
floor of Bookers Drug Store building,
Broad Street, B'town,

Dated this 28th day of January 1950,
To: H. A. TALMA, Esq.

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘‘A’’

; L. HUTCHINSON,

for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A”, on Thursday
the 9th day of February 1950, at 11 o'clock

see H. A. TALMA,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
31,1.50—In

For Sale=Conid.

MISCELLANEOUS

FITTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts
rom % > an ont ins. Phone
sae A 3.12.49—t.f.n.

















SHIRTS—Wholesale and Retail, Factory
1 Store..
orices. Royal Sto’ 17.1,50—13n

















Six Mens, St. Peter. }





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e
LOOPS POPP PPPPPE
s i
: |
x !
% |
% $|
; $
% THE GROCERY DEPART-. |
* MENT of McDonald Sealey |
R is closed until Further No- |
% tice. All Customers in- 2
< debted to this Department %|
% should kindly call at M.E.R. &
% Bourne & Co., 38 Roebuck 9
x St., to settle their accounts. %
|} _ "McDONALD SEALEY, %
| Per M. E. R. Bourne, Prop. §}
% 3)
OOOO Me







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

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
Ltd advise that they can now communi-
cate with the following ships through
their Barbados Coast Station:—

S.S. Alsudan, Alcoa Pilgrim. Alcoa
Corsair, Asbjorn Italia, City of Khar-
toum, Caxton, Esso Amsterdam, Argen-
tina, Esneh, Fortamhers, Sanveronico,

Ampac Washington, St. Paula, Sundial,
Mercator,

Rein Del Pacifico, Tindefjell,



ARRIVALS — By B. -LA.L,
From Trinidad: ¥ o
Percival Turner,
Lourdes Lyon,
des Navarro,

Ukduika Ixyun,
Carmen Navarro, Merce-
David Archer, Mz
Archer, Charles Kum, Pat Fenty,

Lynch, Robert Franklin, Cuthbert

Shall, Monica Kellman, Oscar Pillers
Ethelyn Norton, Pugene Norton, Wili
Johnson, Richard Best, Patrich Wa!
bridge, Reinette Silvera, Sydney Sil-
vera, Judith Alleyne, Juan Oyon, Edward











the; Cabtro, Pi S
British West Indies. At the Caribbean} Nor sollte vies te

man Holdrock, Viva Holdrock, Cer-

tud Gamly, Mabel Alleyne, Michael
Sheppard, Richards Shepperd, Samue
Ashby, Raphael Laffan, Frank King

Perey Taylor, Theophilus Bryant, Hen:
ee: George Forde, Richards Green-
ouch,

From St. Lucia:

Alfredo Lazo, Maria de Lazo, Mariane-
la Lazo, Frederick A, Sutton, Anne
Sutton, Ana Belgrave, Carmelita Pel-
fiave, William Musgrave, Geoffrey Ja
man, Marie Jarman, Eardley Myles, Edna
Msiles, Peter Ellis, Joyce Ellis. Pet
Fils, Joyce Ells, Peter Ells, Dudley ©!)
Peler Bergasse, Daphne Campous, Arno!
Mavne,Payne, Hon, Andre Du. Boula:
Morie Du. Boulay,

Irom Antigua:

John McBeth, Pamella MeBeth, Pu!

Howell, Hugh Gage, Alice Gage, Hugh





Suge, Major William Winlaw
Fiom Grenada:

Prof, Cyril Beasley,
From St. Kitts.

Passangers intransit for Trinidad:

Mr. Justice William Savary, Mrs
Sovary

DEPARTURES — By B.W.1.A.L
For Trinidad:

Mr. Lionel Davis, Mst. Richard Hamel-
Smith, Mrs. Jean Hamel-Smith, Mr
Kenneth Hamel-Smith, Mrs Gladys
Hernandez, Mr, Rafael Hernandez, Mstr

Mary

John Wilson, Mrs. Nina Wilson, Mr
Vernon Knight, Mstr. Richard Boyce
Mrs, Thelma Boyce, Miss Hazel-Ann



tioyce, Mstr. Michael Clarke, Mr. Lind-





S.S. “Sundial” cabled the local
Harbour and Shipping Depart-
ment..informing them that they
had come» across numerous steel
oil drums afloat.

The drums were seen in posi-
tion 10.10 North 60.00 West, ac-
cording to the master of the ‘“Sun-
dial.” The local Shipping De-
partment have sent out other
messages.



Another cablegram received at
that office, which was an inter-
cept from Curacao Radio, stated



BISHOP'S



Applications are invited for :—
(a) Classical Master

Salary in each case
$2,160 — $2,880 per annum.

Apply to Archdeacon F. J, STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tobago.

PPPOOSSSS OPPS PSPS SS

-, 569

“GOD’S WAY OF
SALVATION
MADE PLAIN”

ae

% Free Book from S. Roberts, $

4

30, Central Avenue, Bengor, %
+

x N. Ireland, $

% %

gt x





In Carlisle Bay

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

Many Drums



HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO

(preferably
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard.

(b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics and
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.





|
|

Lonsdale, from Trinidad; Agents; 11.
Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.
S.S._ Fort Amherst, 1.6 tons net

Capt. Kean, from Grenada; Agents: Da

Costa & Co., Ltd.

DEPARTURES |
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons |
net, Capt. Selby, for Tortola; Agents: |

Schooner Owners’ Association.
Agents

M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
Parsons, for St. Lucia; Agents: D. L.
Johnson

S.S. Alcoa Runner, 4,832 tons net
Capt. Martino, for Paramaribo; Agents:
Robert Thom Ltd.

S.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946
Capt. Kean, for
Costa & Co., Ltd

tons net,
Antigua, Agents: Da

Pawelriver, Uruguay, Annalcondy lis,
Winsconsin, Elizabeth, Steel
Queen of Bermuda, Contesst,
Assia, Factor, Tectus,
Corilla, lIoamiszafirakis,

Albert of
Mauretania
Gracia, Lady

Nelson, Rebecca Boone, Katy, Dtharper. |

Estero, Atlantic Trader, Hurworth, Sun-
gale, Nordfonn, Southern Cities, Tela-
caparns Villedamiens. Runa, Goldheels.
mon, Rufina, Regentlion, Douglas Vic-
tory, Britannia, Louisiana, Norness

say MecLachan, Mr. Itic Feldman, Mrs
Allsa Wisser , Miss Susan Wisser,
Miss Doris Mullar, Miss Sylvia Kamchin. |
Mr, Leonard Zettel, Mr. A. K. Donald,
Mr. Leonard Elcock, Miss Bidel Rosner,
Mstr. Allan Morrison, Mrs. Alma Mor-
rison, Mrs, Phyllis Bonyun, Mrs, Doro-
thy Ward, Mr. Victor Ward, Mrs. Phyl-
lis Cole, Miss Angela Lucie-Smith, Mrs
Elizabeth Lueie-Smith, Mr. Irvine Mc
Conney, Mr. Tennyson Vaughn, Mr
Tehru Maraj, Mr. Richard Bridgewater,





Miss Fredericka Barrow, Mr. Daniel
Forde, Mrs. Hilda Althorz, Mr. Robert
Althorz, Brig. Arthur Mavrogordato,
Mr. Warren Bennett, Mrs, Patricia
Godfrey, Miss Anita DeSegov’), Mr
George Harris, Mr. Pedar Henarickson,
Mrs. Vanden-Branden, Mr. Vanden-

Barden, Mr. Marvin Howell, Mr. Her-
bert King, Miss Barbara Hamel-Smith.

For Antigua:

Mrs. Zella Weil, Miss Howard King,
Miss Norma Smith, Miss Wilma Stoute, |
Col. Hugh Wilkin, Mrs. Elizabeth Wil-
kin, Mr. Charles Peterson, Mr. “Richard
Mandeville, Mr, Ernest Lang, Mrs
Baith Lang, Mr. Guillermo DaSilva,
Mr. Eustace DeAbreu, Mr. Albert Bar- |
bour, Mrs. Monica Barbour,



For La Guaira;

Mrs, Trinidad Ferres, Mstr. Alberto
vdo, Mrs. Maria Pardo, Mstr. Marcel
rdo, Mr. Alberto Solariz, Mrs. El

“aldwell, Mr. James Caldwell,
ve Gomez, Mrs. Trina Gomez,
Kima Steele, Miss Mary Steele
St. Lucia:

James
», Mr



a-
Mr.
Mrs



hor
Wooster, Mr. Anthony
Thomas Fuller, Mr. Peter

Kitts:
Jack Mestier,



Artisan, |





For Grenada;

Mrs. Phillipa Stewart,
Mitchell, Mr, Alex, Keer,
Ke

Mr.
Mrs.

Edward
Myrtle





Ciudad Truiillo,
Edgar Watson,

o D.R.
Mr

that S.S. “Theliconus’s” main
engine was disabled out to sea.

» The cablegram read:—S.S,
“Theliconus” position four miles’
Northeast of Kannon Point at
2240 G.M.T./28th. Main engine
disabled. Requests any vessel in
vicinity stand by her. S.S.
“Theliconus” drifting ashore. |
Tugs “Parmo” and “B, P. Tunus”’ |
left Willemstad for assistance ar- |
rive “Theliconus” position 0100 |
G.M.T./29. Any vessels in vi-
cinity please indicate and report
to Curacao Radio,

honours degree) capable of



27.1.50—I1n

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that
SZOL BIRSZTAJN of Navy G
dens, Ch. Ch. is applying to th
Covernor for naturalization, and
that any person who knows any
resson why naturalization should
granted should send
and signed statement of
facts to the Colonial Secre-

31.1.50—2n







rot be a
written
the

tary













tweeds, tropical suitings, &c.

WARD &

LOPE

See US for the following .~ .
LETTER BALANCES; WIRE TRAYS; WIRE BASK-
ETS; CASH BOXES—different sizes

Also: SPRING BACK BINDERS; FCOLSCAP AND
LETTER SIZE

ROBERTS & CO.



Full and Unabridged Editions WHITAKER’S ALMANAC, 1950
12-Gauge SHOT GUN — .22 RIFLE
At

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE

NOTICE

We the undersigned have much pleasure in informing the
public that, beginning Ist February, 1950, we are opening at
Marhill Street, Bridgetown, under the trading name “WARD
& SPENCER” a business establishment.

We are catering particularly to the needs of Gents as
Outfitters and Tailors and offer a special line in attractive





Our, business will also include items of stationery.
We solicit your kind patronage,









i

SPENCER }

LLL LLLLLLLLTM

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES



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|

IT is hereby notified for the information of the General Public
that with effect from Sunday the 5th of February, 1950 at 6.00 a.m.,

| all buses now leaving the Terminus at Trafalgar Square will leave

the terminus at Probyn Street in accordance with present Time Tables.

The following routes are affected:—
14 to Top Rock
15 Rendezvous Road

17 ,, Brittons Hill

18 ,, Belleville

19 ,, Boarded Hall -

20 ,, Ivy

21 ,, Waterford

22 ,, Jackson :
23 ,, Cave Hill

24 ,, Holders Hill

25 ,

» Deacons Road.
30th January, 1950.

31.1.50.—3n.



ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order, 1950 No. 4 which will be published in the
Official Gazette of Monday, 30th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “Eggs”
(Imported Canadian Large Grade’ “A”) is as follows:—

| Retail Price



Article
(not more than)



EGGS—Imported Canadian Large
Grade “A” +s



9 Cents each



30th January, 1950, 31.1.50.—1n,



INCOME TAX NOTICE

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

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

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst

day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.

2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950.
8. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-

uary, 1950.
F, CLAIRMONTE
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-
factory reason is given.

10.1.50.—19n,



SHIPPING NOTICES

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

M.S. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to





sail from Sydney January 14th
arriving at Trinidad about February
7th,

M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail
from Port Pirie January 7th, Burnie
January 10th, aeeaty 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
wading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply:—

FURNESS WITHY & Co., LTD,

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

\& AbLcoa res

B.W.I. SCHOONER
OWNERS’ ASSOC. INC.
Tel. 4047.



CANADIAN’ SERVICE

SOUTHBOUND
Name of ship Sails Arrives
Halifax Barbados
S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT” January 23rd. February 3rd,
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” February 6th February 17th

Sailing every two weeks,

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

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
S.S. ALCOA ROAMER sails from New Orleans 20th December, arrives
15th January.
S.S. ALCOA RUNNER sails from New Orleans 14th January, arriving
30th January.



Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. — Canadian Service
ROBERT THOM LTD. ~— New York and Gulf Service







PLL LLL LSE $900900060000000%,
4 ¥

%

+

or Novelties :
| :

%,

%

%

S

%

%,

and
Fine Ranga of Attractive
Souvenirs vist
COLLINS LIMITED.

28, Broad Street.



For the C.S.M. (SHELL CO.) TANKERS in Curacao
a limited number GREASERS, FIREMEN and MESS
ROOM BOYS.

Apply at DaCosta & Co., Ltd., Cavans Lane, Ware-
house Office at 4.30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, 2nd
and 3rd February.

Only Holders of Ships discharge papers or men
with experience in these jobs will be considered.

Positively no applications will be received at our

Broad Street Office. 31.1.50.—3n.



{

PAGE SEVEN

PARIS, (By Mail).

French art students play rough
~—-too rough, some people think.

Hazing of new entrants to the
school of fine arts has become so
“cruel and sadistic” that the Min-
istry of National Education has
ordered the farned school to set
aside a special building for the -
freshman-artists to enable them-to «
escape the persecution of upper
classmer. , ,

The indignant older students
have bitterly protested against the
decision, which curtails their tra-
ditional privilege to inflict exotic
punishments upon the freshmen
and impress them into what
authorities called “virtual slav-
ery,”

Parents of first-year students at
the Marseille Branch of School of
Fine Arts appealed to the Public
Prosecutor recently to act against
older students who had _ publicly

) undressed male and female fresh=

men, dipped their heads in pails
of dirty water and otherwise
made their lives miserable:

Tourists in Paris have seen the
art students run amuck at the
time of their annual “Auatz Arts”
Ball, when they invade the cafe
terraces on the Champs Elysees to
snatch up patrons’ drinks, bathe
nude in the public fountains and.
work themselves up to a climax
of Bacchanalian dancing at dawn
while police tolerantly look the
other way.—(IN.S.)

———

3 Killed In Plane
Crash

OSLO, Jan. 30.
Three Norwegian Air -Force
men were killed to-day when their
two-engined plane crashed at gn
airfield near Trondheim,
The plane was completely
wrecked.—Reuter,

a eaaecomaay
SAFETY FIRST!

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PAGE EIGHT

_ Ferguson And Ramadhin
Dismiss Jamaica For 230
(BY O. S. COPPIN)

WEST INDIES and. Trinidad spin bowler, Wilfred
Ferguson and Trinidad’s new slow bowling “find”, Sonny
Ramedhin, were the chief instruments responsible for
Trinidad’s convincing win by an innings and 196 runs as
the first Trinided vs. Jamaica Test ended at Queen’s Park
Ovat to-day.

Jamaica wno had lost half
their team on Saturday for 172,
when faced with a deficit of 426)
runs added only 58 runs to-day;
for the remaining five wickets in
one hour and ten minutes.

Ferguson finished with a bag of}
7 wickets for 73 runs in 33 overs,|
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for 67 in just over 33 overs. ae eek a jt
Jamaica suffered the biggest) bow — Pas jland, France, Hungary, I
blow to-day when Ramadhin | or eae ‘rey ard Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, M

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for oe a a es “Chicki” Sampath tc those of fo cere eles Basaden, Seat | i ‘a
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for the top score of 57 second Ivst I n nd, Pakistan, Peru and Po- | | wo | be



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I'U.f FIGHT THE BABBUXS ADVOCATE Ferguson And Ranuulhin Dismiss Jamaica For 230 (BY O. S. COPPIN) ,d spin bov. F*r*us<,n and Trinidad's new slow bowling %  ran the cniel in• spnnsible for n bv an innings and 196 runs as %  had lost kail rjatJr *-uiii|>ulli Vnd Pierre Inclutletl .ri 0 I ''iii lidudad srtrrlar. added the names I ataki Lasaaa Man Mas kts* — 111i ,h u those a. the first lest triai USirteen ala>ers tram *hi-h the leam lur the seen Mill be 'IKMCI' I. TIESn.T JXST xit^ &Mn RAMAWIIN was ta*eiai*o-Dg ic flatd at coverf %  '-—g —— |Mnil. food A r— T" COT** •* •>•a* uriir' • OkM tbm dOta} %  ha eacaaauae at %  tartrarrti. were KM taaaMfi-Cwjaaa. at* the tlou basjgaaj gagg %  tea -tei % %  Stapptr Groves sr* AlaM tretcfc craa-ed c* a %  it-iiss U atadat ctf the lam tt*\* a* laa 4a; OB Saturday acctangaatagag At %  % % % % % % %  4 ariihaaaa m tssaaaaa Jsaaaawa HtM Valratine opened hi* shoulder* at the Anl bail he received, but did not score frotr the resultant uppish shot to roio an He *A*ept Ferguw,'* last let break for a brace. Groves then hooked Ramadhin'i list ball hard to thsquare leg i oaaaaarj Valentine turned Ferguscrtall to line leg for I wo. proceeding' rncs. but wiih shoes apparently glu' In connect. Groves again took a boundary (1 Ramadhin. thai drive off the four* was slightly (\. Before Fergusor. %  %  evidently to off s> word of advice The calrred down an-i anoll i •.rove Ramadnir neJighted the crou'hghtful sweeps to the leg s The macn.nr car. ttrsssaj ng hatgMa u bring pltyen u will If accurate!*for distances up *a nd Tom Whmaaer Has hot The parties* shows t*e mi Albion leam and Airs Wiisan eta ,.,, %  -. w pjiga.Trand Hove Albion, thinks sataai MdaBi ~Hta inventive mind has pro, awgaaaaast ef every' league club. ^7,\i ._ laj p j fcr "* %  % % %  %  distances and .. A ,, •-.,: :.* rr.-chine wtD throw a ball r. aa used far encket balU or or Rugby footsi training per od v-ith the Brighton and Hove Keen FigM To-night %  I\CK m. K Jack K ir* thrflij ick :8. %  SPORTS EDITOR Answer: Questions 1 Brown Jack on which be won the Queen dra Park Stakes M| Harm ol England. 3 Fifteen. It is also the 4 Yes, but the sun must Lw delayed. It is tax free. a> tv..t snorts appeared .r. Advo\.S. Wales Defeat ictoria Vu^tralia Will Pt) I & For Davis Cup ian 2* >taiea Lawn Tennis A*aoria*>on toda>* anno-jneed the nas reached Aaasosaaa agaun electe. pete aa aas> Mar The edttr ggaaUei rone to date are Cuba and Canada %  Janoar:Compete m the European zone. They are: European Zor.-. tna. Belgium. P. Ireland. Israel. Iu All competed n. Peru and PoThe following nat.. %  were among those who challenged last vear have not as yet tiled entries' for the I960 competition. European Zone—Argent in... Chil.Czechoslovakia. Denmark. Greece. South Aft Iferth American Zone—Mexico — iKeuf r'__ I GRAND MKI win i> B' LSAG1 S Conrtltutwn Road % %  %  CLARKE'S M BLOOD MIXTURE* Cleanse the system from blood impurities ; many sufferers from gp| rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago. fl^ neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can aerive g^eat benefit from this well-known medicine. Ex&artM M took unl Biisf-r wht) opened from the Orr^ e-:. *-j :** stag* i HM 1 Kicfeards trtot up to fa gajaon ftosa the pa>. h ashlig Wg l u fii n i to a good Itsaatt. and a packs* lee trap sent akatm a anaadan wver to Rjckards Grows opened ha account wtta a ftngte to rr.id on ever gajtaV (MM -•tMarftaaVtata' oat from Fergusoc for fo kftf th* aatrt GtMatumt at nudm kMf BQM n from toward i. BeUeville Teiraig Law ii Chili ! U battartn. obvi u-! jreciabkbatt. ulden.. hittif i out the eatvartv f* r the kill H mage. *cnt up Fuller I Uat ball • lie and appeal f r I b w. were •: -• -..'T. but u.trei. sart)daO in %  to uke a wlong oft to dbnuss him and **•*. to the lour* 1*11 .* *^--SS ^fTr A spectacuiar out hand fttld by Gonaez at cover otl the next drive tram Graves *, r^atU.-.'.r. a thslf eraase but next hall Grave* beat Ox Goaaex want a atth tr ssaav drive, ahd an eversh) gae Graeea two runs Racaarda had Ferguson r„*r_ sff-hrtaa, I M hold the astj h .es neat over sen*. Rkkaru .madaur. fbekards pLared bac* I VH*UWl wv U*w HMI S4i WVU # %  laj tvrr. fcu: ... • %  %  ,-' f "" %  "J " %  £ whan U luraad ba. .alca had now tatn %  the accond time (or Uat IAM ica-iu uaassi iu mala. UsW Haanaahm penaUatad %  I -%  Kara "' %  > ST U .; ^ | 1^ .... 4 %  i* t JMN or.. a %  i Ha^.Mhm T KenUwJi IM4 oui • I ToUl SSO |M 14). a lor HI. B I... ])• BOWI INC. ANALYSIS Hen %  i 0 ft—0. i will i i,u.i. i QI Ian. :i i Hodavon imming I \". fcilv V lahT-lslanciFootball. Nrtball Touniaim-nt In Leewsrd Islunds KITTS. Jar. 30 :. %  %  '-•in is to be an -.and football and netM ulMrrtl are due to arrive in St. will begin on Wednesrrdt in foot%  v. ill be net.•etween alontserrat and St II rnnteat the %  bi B %  SaiurNEY. Jan JO. s•Wales lei Dv IK runs on the day of their Sheffield Shield match here. New South Wale* scored 313 and 142 in ref Victoria's 123 and 135. BBBBT victory. New South Wales made certain of re:.. the Sheffield shield. A: th. match ihev led Victoria by I points, but they cannot now be overtaken. & Carroll score. p, and nowling by le'tarm fast medium bowler .\Un Davidson. look 5 (or 28. enabled them to gain a first innings lead of 189. bsrta traj H nan righurm leg break : Jack lvorson, with 6 for I fast bowler J. Bair 3 for 50. helped tumble New South theft second j f innings, J. De Courcy being top scorer with 40. vs tailed in MCOOd knock. howc\er. 28 %  .leman and iDoug!.. -: -heir best Tom Brooks took 3 for! New South Wales and I I Graem Hall playing in his nrst match, claimed 3 for 35. — Heater BOXING — At — THE YANKEE SI TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock Tllr Balllr ol Thr ll< .'> Wrichu (Barbados) JACK DICK Thr Brardrd Marinr 184 lbs. VS. iBritish Guiana) KID Kills Thr Guianrsc MjulT 114 lbs. 10 ROINDS 10 Admisalori: Rincsidr $l.5. Balconv -I .' fair 31.00. Bleachers 50c. C. B. ISJVt Chandler.—Pron>/. Here are some items of special interest to gentlemen STANDARD BRli DOUBLE SQUEEZE By M. Harrison-Crav Love .ill N. I j S 0i*l 9 6 4 3 W. 4> 10754 &f J 107 2 + QI4? gb*i K10IS) I Rukards had bean H the wicket Car 112 mii.utcs and had struck t ax ca-r. tfubed strokes aaotUy drives and neat late cuts. The score mat then lt3 for ft and Jamaica with four was stili 244 runs behuv: 1 dad's total Iffta. neatt BUB In. was dMtniastd before he opened his %  %  straight forward to a deeply turmr.g leg break fro n Ftrffutoh. and edged into the big expectant hands of Prior Jones tt ftrst slip, who made no mistake in accepting the catch. The acore was 183 for 7 ThS W .all.tr BO i >un Rhwa I i MI i i L.talini: ft.30 in. Bgh H .1I VKhTBRDAI toi %  Total far stesath te I'ettn I >H ins i i i i M I .0.5 'V. Win I UtrrUM u \ (I li t Wind VetaeH) l< ml heur Barsniru-r <9 M I ;9.9ftt (1 | • [Thcyll &f 01 •f'97ftj S A K Q 9 i A 7 A K 5 t>K Jl South opens Two Clubs North has not 1ft high .'.irtl tricks and respondTwo Diamonds. South bids Two Spades. Norm Tnree Hearts n Three No Trui;.; invites a slam wiih -. oea> conventtona] Four No Trumps. South bids Six No Trumps. West's safest lead is • Z. • I and leads W A followed by ft i ;. dummy's tt J. West tails .ind East wins with tt t. : .-turning 4 8 to South' J A. Declarer enter.itnmv with d> J and jhes tt Q, discardmc t I ... but runs oil aii < 10 West BMSM &f ' • tt it V %  Lieut N.bl. It Top Sfon-s lowing are the eight ocst scores recorded at laat Saturday's practice of Ihe Small Club. H P S 100 i E Nebtatt 98 K S Yearwood .98 ithasrhead. . J. R. Jordan Ic-mpro MM.. M. A. Tu>M G. Tucker ra are asked Ihjl Ihe HANDICAP shoot for the October NoMSnber SPOON IH take place on Sundav February It, 1060. jt 8 a.m. U M M It 'i: M 95 B. B. t Radio Programme TUE.SU I LCX-AL PRISS.NT.. 7 aa— i b 00— IS D-nc Muft. s soii at cicead is Programme Panda | o UO>M foe tn-Mku-i TUi* Uwniuis IK tm— t IS OrcbaMUal ? OS— > IS Dane* MusVtc 1 3t— 3 00 In Chancwy Et> II 4 IS— *5 PVturt l'1 IS— S X ProSTttmrn.. mary snd 5 SO— A 30 Children E %  aa— : oo RM .< I 3 SeneiUnr ; 3t> : *s Dt* present. tBreeni 3 00— S Ii U' *mt-d I' • BoUlin' %  Oaraga %  %  DrewnUtd by l**" b 4S s oo gddy Aj-i....d Show Bros %  \ %  > 13 p m and I a P i • TAN GRECIAN SLIPPERS !* $4.74 # H-l CRICKET BOOTS While Buckskin Pair.... -$10.27 While Canvas..... ._ .$8.90 Extra spikes for above. Pei Packet !2c. BOOTS pair $7.05 & 5.99 CAVESHEPHERD&CO,W 10. 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET M,fJW IT I HXI \ *•* BUY BATA FOOTWEAR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY ANO W BRITISH lltfl t f t tI c O.,L NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVED In Time for the New Year LINK DIARIES I'LATIGMM I'KNS I'r.Mll.-' 1 1 KMUVI Assourit) -ui Bucumi avas I ,„ u ,t Ml.! I 1 kWaW 1 1 SE COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY -T<* H *. Barbados Turf Club Corrections to Official Programme Which appeared in last Sunday's Advocate Race No 6—Creole Breeders Prerr iums for 2nd Place—S25.00 14—Time ol Start—4.20 17—Class—B and lower Bu.Mifig Materials in Slock inriuitr. WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT nlHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT II, Ul II' draw rtED COLORCRETE CEMENT PORTLAND CEMENT baQi FLOOR TILES ,.r. Rod. ChaMtsU i"' cnm }: GLAZED TILES Whd. ^ WILKINSON & HAYNES Otl -: : '.•.-/ %  ///.•.•.•.•/..•.'/.•.•.•,'.•.-.'//.''/.••'•'•''



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atfCAM 31. aftY Whiiig Costs ^e Than In ^ar Days EL SU "- fcfJS N %  Sis**•* !" l„i differed 11 ^.Slttr in 1S8. %  %  r". efccwni *n BIB earn more E^So! buy as much a* > r Don't Keep Pace J have not kept P doming i. concerned, iSttv do*" Erfh-' ; '" IV y Bffe tnese nrirt* imparallve (U -1' %  I 19JK nc.so 23.5(1 2.20 .50 2.10 1.75 too 10 .50 5.90 11.75 195* ..-,•; mi 53.00 7 60 1 85 5.80 i.ao 2.65 40 8.85 42 00 116.80 5181.25 Uki women (air the %  jaW' Bc(ore the war [awkinEs uaad I ,Bultoday, '.VIM'. IV And n pair available at $1 6." %  Found: A Saxon City BY Worcestershire. %  ed to be 000 year-ny Mai ol uoy-king Kenelm of Marrta. has I %  i by a froup of local rch.ielogists. Because of the importance el the lind?, major excavations under the Birmingham University Department of Archaeoglogy will I be carried out this Spring. The kingdom of Marcla exn Britain frc.-n the sixth to Qu Norman invasion. ; It survived many years of war%  itli the independent kingI dom of Northumbria and at one %  time stretched from the Yorki-order to Hampshire and j from Wales to East Anglia. of the boy-king's Holy City was made by a group %  n diguM.K in the ron.la.rii near Romsley after the harvest Strange shadows cast among the ; noble in the Clem valla? gave the first Indication of the buried city. Local Folklore Local folklore has it that news i : the martyrdom of Kenelm in the ninth century was carried "by the birds of the air to the Pope oi Rome," who made the young king a saint and ordained his ly HI holy place for pi'grims. Even today the old people <>f the Clent hills bail** healing power of %  spring said to gush from the ground where the kimt fell and now housed in %  I of St. Kenhelm. Bin history books have never accepted the legend and althouKh noflier Ki'iielmstowe existed in the Middle Ages, the hi lined -like Atlantis—a myth. .Now two well-known Midland England ailhaalaijMi J. Wilson Jones, borough librarian of Rowlev and lounder uf the local Archaeloctoa] Society, and James Iga, of Romsley—believe they have found Kenelinstowe at With 17 members of the society, they already have uncovered the foundations of a palace and many homes which they think i k to Saxon times. Claimed Wilson Joinlam who scoffed at the 1 R "ti proved wrong, "We found it after delving into hundreds of twelfth-century and ancient maps and i mga out* lines left In the Qornfletdi un after the harvest." —/.N.S. THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE niRr.i: Magistrate Resigns %  Wbadoa AdvocateOorre ip ooeSewl STRIES. (By Mail) ;ship Mr. Maurice tuaDe, Magistrate, First d on Wednesday trom the Government Service, to go into private practice, air. lad been a part1 Gordon, ODE. before joining the Army At the end of hostilities he entered the Government Service and served on many occasions as Crown Attorney. -• 'Sot onlv made a joke about i hoiitii/iunhut actually %  fch sold at flO. aid 115 before the war IJ^rJBr between $35 and ,-___K^ei which fetch %  told in %  paid $6 fir ,i hat HMer it far : \ I pi i %  %  in %  If handbags t j-t lessthan % %  tram S'25 to %  fcg"-eve. caused much pn'.he war at the reas%  iof SI, but a lost um-wO means a fresh out-' tt. %  I P*a yam befi j ly. she htf r L-liancv 'Hi tnukiiiii *Cnpjrat)lo : at hast M Ml i ^ %  rtM> in i>t*D and i |lM MOfll at the mention of tei> .... BY -\ %  dlj Sh(|f, .. I I %  %  —il.N Vw Design for Skis TOKYO! JM I BB A new design for skis, embodyII.,, (he principles ol the law ol has been developed by l ;MI Japanese engineers. ol Tokyo and Ken Omori, an nronautual angl n a ar have built a pair of %  eight feel In lengni and moved the bulldlngi 14 inches forward of their eonventionul position. The;, i lait'i Bdl nould make ..mi taste, —I.N.S. m For Uncle }gn> "• : %  Mail). 2fhayort Scheme. W 'o **-„ BP> traae nan, a .<.. %  BfBBBUnued m 1950 on Baa. %  ^•a trade in .•ate. F — till Btahc ,fr% Shake* bWith liuslu Kills W oiiuiit: Hangs Himself KINGSTON, Jca. Tragedies still continue to pile Up. In the past week tl baan at least ail violent deaths. Motor car ounlod for (our, with people In Hospital, some seriously injured i'h. i. Mv hceu onej>r two murdera, including a man who cut his rx-paramour to p. I would not come back id then hang ed himself. 2 Jamaican Police Get Scholarships Eg (By Mail) irahJ i studies In the United Kingdom have gono | to two native* — sub-in W. H. Mclntosh and Sergeant Bernard. Tl the island early next month ion England, and will be away for si months. . J,-., Blur ; I %  'V, %  M>Q 'By Mail). this' I r KC * Somebody must be fiddling—this U oil nay allouxmee will run to!" Vernam Field Leased To Small Farmers KINGSTON. Jamaica. Jan., H. Mail). A portion of Veriam Field, which has just been Kivcn up by the Americans—it was a former military encampment and then airfield—will be leased to small farmers for the production of food crops. The area I sive. but only about can be used for the cultivation of native foods. Wells on the property will supply rrmation water. Itusliiimiiilf Gets Strikers To Work KINGSTON, Jamaica. on Cayman— Estate, which is only a few mlfc Kingston, struck a foitmght ago, The cane cullers demanded the dismissal of three memlx :. they claimed were inimical to their interests—oppressed them. Bustamunte took up their cudgels, but after investigation found thai the cutters had no real grievance, and ordered them back to work. Promptly the T.U.C. offUi.i. tl I ; I d m, advibing the workers to lonlinue with the atrtka. They held out for two .veeks, then, at last a day or two ago, the majority heeded Bustaivicc and returned to work. Bustn is now ridiculing the T.U.C. men on their failure. A bigger issue, however, is Busiamante's claim on the Sugar Manufactui .:onforihe major portion of the extra £3 10s. to be paid by the Imperial Government for West Indian sugar. He wants it for all grades of workers is and factories. The S.M.A. ottu'tais are now naajattating with Bustamante, whose Union, from 1948, has been recogBiaad U the nla bargaining power on behalf of the nigai woikers. and a joint committee has been set up to negotiate the Issue. The T.U.C. has demanded to be heard in the issue, threatening that if their request is not acceeded to, 'hey are going to call a strike on the big sugar shipping port of Westmoreland, to show their power. Bustamante derides their challenge 2 Burglars Shot Dead IN JAMAICA KINGSTON. Jamaica. Jan. (By Mail) Burglars are having a hot time %  eholders who get awake in time to see them A their work. tow weeks two burglara rter entering homes. In the last case the intruder had armed hn a revolver, which he i irom the bedroom of the wmi son. The owner facer hi fhot gun. Both pulleu the same instance. The robber fell dead. His gun didn't go off; he had forgotten to telease the atch, P.N.P. Mayor For Kingston KINGSTON The Mayorship of Kinslon. deadlocked from last od I'NP being equally repreiiutad in the — the fornici ; wtth the assistance of the lion lour, Custos of St Andrew will shortly D. .\ olUaan haa Bled mandanuie proking the Court to U lor the election. It will be e I'NP now have a helming mi Council. Present Salaries Not Enough -BUSTAMANTE KINGSTON. Jamaica [Bj Proposal lor increasing the salaries of members of tin Representative-, from £550 to £750 per annum, and those of elected members uf the Executive Council (Tom £1.100 to £1.300 per annum with increases of travel r ance from £3 to €8 Mi %  two to Ei.ooo will be brought before the Hi mini MBBtOtl by Blis'taihe present salaries are nut enough tor • members at to do. and ,ng out such • Jamaica To Get New Deep Water KINGSTON. Jamaica (By Mail). The biggest aeep* in the island will be buill at ih* western end of Oche : ; capable of accommodating ablpi larger than those which CBH now iinodated at any pier In Jamaica. The building of this I :ei will start m the next few months and %  liould Inlompletoc. are. An over head cable tramway of approximately six miles will briiiK the ore to tlu mer where facilities will l>e provided for loading a 12,500 ton ip, to lx built in Great Britain, in twelve hours. The bauxite will 1 taken to smelting plants owneu by the company in the United Slates. British Troops Sent To Border Irom KALI'H WALLING. British troops, waiting to hand Somaiiland back to the Italians, are beading for the Abyssinian border to stamp out armed hano* of Ogaden tribesmen raiuing ihe irontier areas. Driving througn the night behind the troops is their commander, greying Major Charles (••Bulldog") Moyens. 42-year-olo tank officer from Guildford, SuiI l recalled from leave la %  lew into Mogadishu. i on B 300-mile roau ilash to catch up with his force after hurried briefing over lunch. Because there are no railways. Border Regiment infantry H armoured cars, like their com-1 manner, are going by road. And 1 their orders are "Shoot to kill. They are taking all supplies with them—even water in 250gallon tanks. The .he raid-, ers in rocky desert and thorn bush eountry. is expected to last at least a fortnight over e 40mile front. Camel Booty Raiding tribesmen hu.. ed up 1.000 camels at a time whilwataaiag between lei and God have driven them intc Abyssinia around Callafo raiding is common al this season. But there is a dlfTeienoe tUl year. The Ogaden people know The Italians are returning And they dispute parts of the \ed when Britain gav< Ogaden lM*k to Abyssinia in 1MB, British troops have walkietalkie radios and big/' I keep in touch with Mogadishu. where Brigadier Taunton. the area commander, awaits progress reports. Trying To Unseat Nethersole KINGSTON. Jamau;. Mr. L. G. Newland, former Mayor of Kingston and H.H.B l*>r the central aie of St. Andraw is trying to unseat Mr. Solicitor N. N. Nethersoli neut sportsman, who is now in Trinidad as Manager of DM Jamaica cricket team, and will be going to Barbados in connection •rtth the selection of the West Indian team to tour England this summer. Commission Increases Film Library To Meet Requests PORT-OK -SPAIN The heavy calls upon rational him library ol the Caribbean Commission irceplion leal year. and tho Uc response wMeh thai films have received where Tar shown, ham lofaaweed mission to increase their stock of %  ITIT 1U3 \\\ inwiwuw W. Cram e 1 the Commission, told the Press yesterday. tee" mail way with less than twentj on health 1. said, "we have now added ;i fur* mar fifty tl!ms. on Various educational fields. Subject include agrlCUltUJ 1 eiigim>erinu, geography and travel. uid professions Man. colour, and DMI lj Some are presented in animate t cartoon form tw the famous Wait Dbn %  %  Ibuted One of the lilms si; habilitalion work in 1'. nnd has met with a particulaih favourable rceantl new arm. M of fou. lilms. 111 sound ;oid COlOU ti prove Very popular. Birth of the Soil. This Vital Berth Arteries ol Lira, and Srcd* ot inesaage, Mr. Cramer said. Although most of the films are in English, m and French for the those territories. nion Is trying to obtain others la Dutch, Spanish and French lor distribution. These films are available letrrtoraal governmental or to ai responsible agency, provided they are shown free of charge. One of the films, it u has been borrowed by the Carib-I bean Press AaeociaUon foi %  i 1 -— | tribulion among the newspapers return, n will hi Press of the other This film haa already be : in Trinidad to the class in Journf aUm riow being conducted by the University College of the| West indies. Jessup In Saigon* SAIGON. Jan. 28. l>r Philip Jessup, United States Ambassador at large, arrived here j today from Hanoi, Northern Indoj thina. where yesterday he met I W RELIEF'FOR ITHRITIC PAINS %  *• new treatment does more than *•** these terrible agonie*. aataal ieJ, Ift I -unv •offereni have al . of felkm-victum of thmm IN today. A bottle of 100 precioua table** oaeaa which not only at*** otama of arthritis and a,n which coutituU %  h.u kground. 1 medkal UMtitutiona. itWsuotase. DOLCIN %  tdrerara have already TIME TO ORDER mfflfflM THE OPENING OF Factory .. Requirements • Kelvin Boiler Compound • Arrowhead Filter Press Cloth • Sewing Twine w, '•


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PU.F. SIX THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE kY. JVNTARY J\. lKk FOR QUALITY Gums Bleed! B i t. at— Gums. Sot* Mot>Ht „. %  Ml -I" VWM or latter a 7,o..h -..i n i •**• "mrsjr* .. %  %  *-oaa (r om 0B £*JJ[* Annosaji £?-TSSE fa* f>rorrfea— Trt.,k g^ 8C VALUE who don't love BREAD? SPECIFY BURRELL'S L/S3J" They're saying her silk blouse is new— ^ 7 d %  ^ %  \ looki It looks new— because it's always washed in LUA dainty clothe* long life Lux! Keep that new in all your silks, rayons = i ii J woollens — wash them regularly in The mild lather of Lux. Gentle and safe. *i^ Lux wanes perfectly in ^^ cold water, too! LUX KEEPS ALL DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEW! if re* •* ttV Mm adai'l hi(ll (eirin. 1( !" M liuleM %  nd ruo- comlort when you aught gat taapM relief by taXug Duan's Bacaadu Kidney Piut.^Thcy saaaulatt aad in kidneys and so help then t o rid JLLCU unc acid and other unpunun which otherwise might collect in the lyM emaa d cause distress. Doan t Pius have helped ihousaw > iet them help you. HALF A CBSTCRY of rmcuu m "*f ailments dm to uudfjuatt hdtvy actiem. is m proud rtcord of Doani Piilt. Oraltful ~m mi ttowii of ail agm ust and rroemm^nd rati t ftimi dturttic and urinary anmapac u ikwr Jnmm and nugkbouri. RIP KlRBY v^ ss f^M^ THE PHANTOM fSmKHK ping Gear can b flttad to almot any t TP J' nort or long whaalbaaa ahicla S P *2 tipping ii controlled from tha driar' • and tha body can ba raiiad or lowarad af hald at any intarmadiata poaitlon. All Talahoitt aquipmant It guarantaad * twalva month*. -A CARRS > BISCUITS "l • c c c no Sat. l afi UOCIU aM SttQ STOaUSj ask far full aatails from Ine Sola agaM* '" D0WDIN6 ESTATES AND TRAD.N6 BARBADOS W. JENKINS (Chaltenham) LTt,