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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Harbados








February

1950.

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ling area,

to-day.

=| September's

‘RALPH BUNCHE.

the Denounces
Discrimifiation
|WASHINGTON |

NEW YORK, Jan. 31.
iiph Bunche, former Unit-
Mediator for Palestine,
article in an American
p that racial discrimina-
fshington was “scandal-

the who is an Ameri«
, after completing his
ilestine refused last year
to become an Assistant
ates Secretary of State |

remaining in his post |
of the United Nations
Department.
the said that the Ameri-
b had made gains but
fata heavy economic dis-

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tan anti-racial and anti-
Practices make a mock-
h the constitution and
of the United Na-
said.

—Reuter.!



munists Will
tack India
MAYS CHIANG

NEW YORK, Jan. 31. |
imo Chiang Kai-Shek
onalist leader, claims
vainese Communists plan
to attack India, =c-
0 an interview publish-
my in the New York |
tT legram”’.
Was reported to have
Communists wer
to consolidate their
mn est, | but had begun |
on into South-
The Generalissims |
Mmosa correspondent ct |
an Scripps-Howard |
the Communists wer:

Which has
Mee years, His

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bassador,
Wited ‘o the French For-
ty by Alexandre Par-
Seneral, to explain
~ nt's recognition of
a «6OVernmer sa
tatively learned

sogomolv

to-

Matthews, Reuter’s enn:

Writing from London
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viet recognition of
administration in

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POWers have

the fate of Southeast

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TRUMAN and the United States Senate are |
. ‘der a letter, said to be from Mr. Arthur Creech |
i British Colonial Secretary, to the East African Gov-
Sj at Nairobi, which is said to prove that Britain
to keep American oil out of the whole Commonwealth |
the Vew York Times reported from Wash-

talks between the United States.
Fritain, and Canada. On this
the letter said, “The

Amer‘cans have as yet not gone



uman Will Read |
sch Jones’ Letter

1To Reveal C’wealth |
All-Oil Plan |

NEW YORK, Jan. 31.

T

British



aewspaper added that the
decison to curtail im-
porss was first intimated. at las
tripartite financial



»eyond expression of regret that

the proposal and steps have now

desired
tion
dollar oil at present imported in
Eastern

been taken to put the
into effect in the U.K.
to arrange

sterling

scheme
It is not
full substitu-

of fue! oil for

Africa for inland con-
sumption”. The letter. which
was read at a recent meeting of

the American National Petroleum
Council, official advisory body to

ALIN RECOGNISES
LINAM GOVERNMENT |
Follows Red China’s Lead

n has recognised the Government of Dr. Ho Chi-
been at war with France in Indo-China for
ae recognition comes within a fort-
Similar recognition by the Communist Govern-
: Ma whose leader Mao Tse Tung has been in
talks with Stalin since before Christmas.

| Stalin and Chairman Mao Tse.

decided |

the Interior Ministry was un-
dated and unsigned, the news-
paper saic.

—Reuter

|

|

Police Refuse To |

Sanction Torchlight |
Parade In Belize

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZs, Jun. 3d.

John Storey, tne Superintenaeny
of Police, to-aay deciared that he
had refused permission ror a nignr
torchlight parade on Friday bes
cause the Peoples’ Committee
leaders, Johnny smith and George
Price, may be unable to contro:
the torch-bearing crowd, thereby
endangering wooden buildings in
the city.

A daylight torchlight parade is
allowable, but the tinal decision
rests with the Executive Council.

Last night 3,000 people at the
Joint Battlefield Open Forum and
Unemployed Relief Committee
Meeting were furious at rumours
that the Superintendent of Police
had refused the Peoples’ Commit-
tee leaders permission to hold a
monster countrywide arti--de-
valuation demonstration on Fri-
day night.

The people threaten to march
with or without permission.

Hundreds out of all the five dis-

; tricts are expected to pour into

the city for the demonstration on
Friday

Speakers complain that one
month has past since devaluation
and unemployment is growing
and prices are mouriting, though
the Governor had declared de-
valuation is a necessary prelude
to immediate development and
full employment.

Another Demonstration

Talks are growing of another
demonstration when Princess
Alice arrives on February 23.

Efforts are being made to find
the type of flag used by the Bay-
men ancestors, which the speak-
ers claim used to be flown above
the Union Jack in the early days

Dodgers declare that while de-
valuation of the British pound
may not be a blunder it is dong
with the honest purpose of saving
England’s economy, but the de-
valuation of the British Honduras

sure on Indo-China | dollar was a deliberate act of
hag in the anti- | dishonesty and allowed specula-
of that | _ theit _over-| tors to make huge profits at the
prepar: oe a WOU expense of the people of British
India aratory to Honduras and allow English in-
ot vestors to secure local labour
—Reuter cheap.—-(By Cable)
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MOSCOW, Jan, 31.

Peking’s recognition was not an
isolated act of sympathy but part
of a basic plan by the Communisi
powers.

The Soviet move is presumably
one of the first fruits of the Mos-
cow conversations now taking
place between Premier Joseph

RUMANO.

J GbUNGHTUWN, b.u,,

~O tloou areas. amergency gangs,
despite the downpour, nepr re
lenuessly Hgnting back rising;



The consequences of Chinese
and Soviet recognition of Dr. Ho
exceed the purely diplomatic re-
percussions

The inmplication is that the Fai
Eastern conflict between
munism and anti-Communism will
immediately be pushed south of
the frontiers of China right into
| Southeast Asia

The news will no
necessary a further minute
review of the British decision

it zeneraliy nere

doubt make

last

expected
‘ that when French !

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-—Reuter

Com- |}



NO LAKE THIS: Just a lot of
day’s morning downpour

Floods Continue
In British Guiana
Highways Threatened

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

venus ol

4iduuis poured down

ihe day poringing greater

waters.

The railway line and main high. |

ways were gravely threatened bu

every effort is being made to

keep off the water by sandbag- |

Sing the sides of the line.

Villagers, in desperation, have
cut outlets to the sea through the
East Coast public road, which
has forced the closing of the road
to all traffic, bringing extra pres-
sure on the railway.

From the West Coast come re-
ports that flood waters are also
threatening the Demerara-Esse—
quebo road and rail and emer-
gency gangs and engineers have
been dispatched this evening to
keep watch, ed

From Pomeroon, the colony’s
largest ground: provision centre;
which suffered heaviest loss in
provisions, etc., came a telegram
from villagers telling of the peo-
ples’ distress and suffering and
appealing for relief.

After consultation with the Ex-
ecutive Council, the Governor, Sir
Charles Woolley, decided to fly to
the dis*-ict to-morrow (Wednes-
day>.

Gravest fears exist for the com-
ing week-end when the spring
tide rises to 19 feet, four inches,

which will be unbelievably disas- |

trous if
winds.

The Meteorological Department
reported to-day that the wind ve-
locity is increasing daily.

Last Saturday the maximum
velocity recorded was 11 miles
per hour and increased on Sun-
day to fifteen miles.

—By Cable

U.K. Theatre Head
For Jamaica
ON LECTURE TOUR

NORWICH, Norfolk, Jan. 31.

Mr. W. Nugent Monck, founder
and manager of the Maddermar-
ket Theatre, Norwich, is leaving
by air to-morrow for a two-month
lecture tour in Jamaica, sponsor-
ed by the British Council. He will
lecture on “The Elizabethan stage”
for which Shakespeare wrote. He

accompanied by high





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UlsiVeSs |

water which settled in a field near Howell’s Cross Road after yester-

dollars.

CZECH LETTER
SPIES

PRAGUE, Jan. 31.
From tomorrow, all mail
sent. from. Czechoslovakia
abroad must bear the name
and address of the sender,
who must deliver the mail
to the post office in person
with proof of his identity.
Letters addressed for
abroad, which are dropped
into letter boxes will be re-
turned to the sender in
Czechoslovakia.



—Reuter,



Truman Seeks

| Aid For Palestine

Refugees

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.

President Truman has asked
Congress to appropriate $27,450,-
000 for a combined relief and
public works programme to aic
Palestine refugees through the
United Nations. The amount
sought would be half the cost of
a programme which the
Nations Economic Survey Mis-
sion said was needed to settle the
hundreds of thousands of persons
displaced by the recent
in Palestine. Some of the
gees are Arabs who fled
the New country of Israeli. The
grave design, which was made

refu-
from



will also produce Shakespeare's |

‘The Merchant of Venice” for the

little theatre movement, and will |

talk to groups of players on pro-
juction. Before returning to Bri-
tain, Mr. Monck will lecture in
Mexico City.—Reuter,



10,000 Small Arms Seized |

BANGKOK, Jan. 31.
A big consignment of colt re-

after an on-the-spot study of the
problem under the leadership of
‘Mr. Gordon Clapp, Chairman of
the Tenessee Valley Authority,
said that the Programme costing
$54,900,000 should run for an
eighteen-month period.
—Reuter



ATTLEE REJECTS

LONDON Jan. 31.

Prime Minister Clement Att-

volvers estimated at 10,000 was|lee, through the Foreign Office.

seized by customs authorities last| has rejected a suggestion by

night on a Bangkok riviera. The|

authorities said they were being
smuggled into the country for the
Chinese underground. ——Reuter.

A time-fuse sets off the inner bomb v
uranium target.

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two
prominent quakers that he talk
personally to Stalin about atomic
control.

—Reuter.

HYDROGEN
CHARGE

THE PRINCIPLE OF THE H-BOMB

firing a uranium bullet down
hig ignites the main charge

fighting |
| such salary

i ticipate a

|

| Board would approve of selections





~ Token Resolution

- Passed By House |

Leave Passages Not Favoured |

BY a majority vote of 12 to 9 the House of Assembly |
yesterday amended by the reduction of three dollars, and|
as a mark of censure against the principle of leave pas-
sages for Head Teachers and Senior Assistant Teachers of
First and Secondary Schools, a token Resolution’ for ten

Some members had expressed themselves as not in
favour of the principle, and eventually the amendment was
suggested by Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) who pointed out that
it was the only way members could register their disfavour.

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The voting

Ayes: Mr. Foster,
Mr. Dowding, Mr. Ward, Mr
Reece, Mr. Crawford, Mr. E. K
Walcott, Mr. Gill, Mr. Wilkinson
Mr. Mottley, Mr, Bethell and Mr.
Goddard

Noes: The Speaker, Mr, Cox,
Mr, Bryan, Mr. Mapp, Mr. Miller,
Dr. Cummins, Mr. Brancker, Mr.

was

Mr. Allider,

| Adams and Mr. F. L. Walcott.

|
|

|

|



|

United,

| Government

| agricultural





| reached

“Mr G. H. Adams (BE), movin;
the passing of the Resolution, re-
minded members that the sum of
$10.00 was simply a token amount.
He went on to say that as hon-
ourable members knew, the stand-
ard of education in the island
would go down considerabl'y un-
less they made it possible to re-
tain the services of masters and
mistresses of a certain standard,
and at the same time attract those



of similar standard to come to
Barbados.

It was regrettable that the sal-
ary scales of Assistant’ Masters

and Mistresses of first and second
ide schools in Barbados were
wer than those of British Gui-
It was deplor-
uole then, that when they were
all speaking of federation, there
was what he could only eall such
an unholy glee on the part ol
some people in some other colon-
ies in taking away from Harrison
College and the Lodge School
ome of their best masters.

That was only by the way, Mr
Adams said. The Government had
‘ndeavoured to get in touch with
wther Governments of the Carib-
bean Area with a view to arriv-
ing at some sort of uniformity in
seales, and so to pre-
vent the present scramble for
masters and mistresses between
schools in the West Indies.

I
ana and Trinidad





Discrimination

Thece was the further question
of what might appear to be dis-
crimination on the part of the

between the educa-
of the island and the

and medical sides
The Government wanted to make
it clear that there was no questior
of such discrimination. What hap-
pened was that the matter of the
teachers was one of urgency.

The committee had been ap-
pointed .and had reported with
commendable speed without hav-
ing scarmped their work. The
personnel of the committee was
one which in his opinion would
warrant the view that they had
their conclusions with

tional side

| mature experience and consider-

| Governing Bodies of the schools

ed judgment.

Mr. Adams said he would an-
possible question by
saying that the masters affected
by the Resolution would not just
auiomaéically be selected. The
concerned and the Education
made by the headmasters or mis-
tresses of the schools.

The standard of selection wou.d

| not be how many years such anc |

uch a teacher was at such ana |
uch a school, but whether he or
he was a specialist say, in Natur
Science or Mathematics or what-
ever it might be. Working on that
standard of selection, they migh*‘
be able to fill all the eight
at Harrison College or the
hree at Queen’s College immedi-
itely

He did not think there was need

ot

posts

for any more explanation. If
nembers had studied the report
of the committee they would see
that the Resolution under discu - |
wa part of the scheme re- |
ended the committee

|
Leave Passages

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| And All Forms Of

Atomic Weapons

Free Trade Is |
Basis of OEEC
Talks In Paris |

PARIS, Jan. 31.

Western Europe's 8-nation “Eco- |
nomic Cabinet” met here to-day
shortly before a closed session of
the 18-nation Governing Council
of the Organisation for Europear
Economic Co-operation

“The Cabinet” is the consulta-
tive group of the main body.

Marshall Plan Administrator
Paul Hoffman and Mr, Averell
Harriman, American Roving Am.- |
bassador, were present.

Members of the “Cabinet” under
the chairmanship of M. Paul Van
Beel, Belgian Foreign Minister
were; Britain: Chancellor of the
“xchequer, Sir Stafford Cripps
‘rance Secretary of State fo
Economic ‘Affairs, Robert Buroi
replacing Foreign Minister Ro
ert Schuman, who is engaged ir
French budget debate). Nor
way: Foreign Minister Hailvarc
Lange. Netherlands: Foreign Min
ister Dirk Stikker. Portugal
Finance Minister. Professor Leit«
Lunbrales. Italy Finance Min
ster, Joseph Pella and Gréece
Finance Minister, Georges Mang-
javinos



Controversial

Council members were to-day
expected to consider three ques-
tions the reinforcement of the
olitieal structure of the OEEC,

measures to give more freedom to
ntra-European trade, and a new
payments system.

Examination of the second in-
terim report is likely to be made
to-morrow as it is not yet ready

\ freer trade proposal by the

French, calling for a 60 per cent
of import quotas within
the next few months, is believed |
to be the basis of a consultative |
group recommendation _— to the !
Council. —Ret-er.

cemoval

Brazil Has |



| meeting in six weeks

€ Shortage |

(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)

LONDON, Jan. 31

Reports of an acute shortage ol |

sterling in Argentina and braziy
were believed in competent Lon

on quarvers to-day to be correc

for Brazil but rather exaggeratea |
for Argentina |
It was understood that in fact |

|

Argentina has lately earned more

sterling As her asking prices}
have been more reasonable |
Britain has made some substantial |
urchases and may make mors |
Recent important purchases in-
clude about £6,000,000 worth ot |
maize last November, and nearls |
£5,500,000 worth of linseed oil
last week

The situation regarding Argen
tina’s sterling balance was ob-
scure. It appears that she has

yne which is not at present avail
ible for current payments bu
might become available later i
the two countries agree on othe;
matters

—Reuter.

E.C.A. Release
Funds For West

German Coal Mines

FRANKFURT, Jan. 31
More than 68,000,000 Deutche
iarks in Marshal! Aid counte

art funds have been released foi
‘building and developing Ger-

1an coal mines, it was officially
nnounced here today The
xconomic Co-operation Admini
rativu’s special mission to Wes

ermany in announcing this, sai
he amount, released as part o!
. large scale investment plan for
Vest Germany, would go to 44
mining companies, chiefly in th
‘ologne, Essen and Aachen area

The overall investment plan
reaches a total of 150,000.000
marks for West German coa
mines.
—Reuter
“eo ras
SWALLOW
MISSING
HONG KONG, Jan. 31
Shipping circles here believe

he Chinese Nationalists have in-
cepted and detained the coastal |
vessel Swallow, 550 tons, owne

y Hong Kong Chinese, but flying

he Panamanian flag.

The vessel, which carried ¢
rgo of 800 tons of petrol, has
t been heard of since she let
fong Kong for Amoy two week
igo, —Reuter.



Bidault’s Budget |
Bill Goes Through,



PARIS, Jan. 31
Premier Georges Bidault’s
jovernment tonight won five
tion of confidenc n the
al ] lebat over
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fth
: 100 fc ( ern
s4 nst Reuter

For Peace And Security

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.

‘THE UNITED STATES Atomic Energy Com-

mission disclosed to-day that it had begun re-
search into the use of atomic power for driving
ships, submarines and aircraft. A land-base proto-
type of a thermal reactor, suitable for submarine
or ship propulsion, will be in the design stage soon,
the Commission said in its seventh Annuai Report

to Congress.

The marine reactor is being developed by the Argonne
National Laboratory and the Westinghouse Electric Cor-
poration, the Commission said.. Detailed engineering design
was expected to begin this year. The aircraft reactor
still in the early research stage, the report disclosed.

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e The chairman of the Comm
Australia sion told a Press Conference here
that, in the light of security
7 ‘ , limitations, he considered tha
W ants Trade the most remarkable thing abou
; the 185-page report was that
= } could be published at all
Agreement President Truman in a state-
ment of two paragrapns, said
WITH ARGENTINE that he had ordered the Com
mission to continue work on a
forms of atomic wea n inc
__ BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 31. | ding the “so-called Hydrogen «
Talks are shortly to be entered Super becau f
or an Argentine-Australian respons y to se i
agreement following the arrival] our ountry i defer
this morning in Buenos Aires of | itself against possit
G. R. Patterson, Australian Trade| aggressor
Commissioner in South Africa and Atomic Weapons
H, Cook, Chief of Trade promotion He ed that this wor
livision Australian Depariment] be pursued on a basis consist
of Commerce. | with American wns for pe
The other member of the dele-| and security.
gation, W. T. Doing, Australian} = 'Th« development
Charge -D’Affaires in Rio De} weapons was to continue, the
aneiro arrived at Buenos Aires! Fresicent directed, ntil a sat
yesterday -isfactory plaa f rnational
Meanwhile the British Embassy| Control of At Energy i
making active preparations for} achieved
the next meeting of the Mixed The President launching the
Anglo - Argentine Consultative} Government officially into a hunt
Committee which was called for] for & hew weapon perhaps a
Thursday to tackle the thorny} much as 1,000 times as powerful
problem of the future price of the original atom bomb said
Argentine meat for Britain It| “It is part of my responsibili
will be the Committee's first| 2S ‘ mmander-in-Chief of the

armed forces to see to it that our
country: is able to defend itself
against any possible aggressor.
Accordingly, I have directed
the Atomic Energy Commission
to continue its work on all forms

—r puter,



Will Study The

7 7e Of Th > Bli d' x Atomic Weapons, including
W ays f 1e in the so-called Hydrogen or Super
LONDON, Jan. 31. Be mb , aiilike all other work i:
Senor Jose Maria Carrazo,; 2") An wht tae cabrtid for
Divector and Headmaster of the) Vong oh a 1 ale. Aantal mn +t)
{Institute Roman Cosall for the} the overall “objectives of ou!
‘Training of the blind at 8801 nrogrr nme for peace and seeaa
{sadro, near Buenos Aires, Argen- | ;., .
una, has arrived in London on an | ie a. wins
eight weeks’ visit sponsored by oT} Siervetens I fan ' ‘
the British Council. watt aie i Serge oa a
During his stay he will study; Rates tional 7 onien B a
education and training of the) Bnerey is achieved Wah ;
Blind at the headquarters of the; | j.,, headieace a eas val)
National Institute of the Blind] tp oce fheinse. that sflect ae oa
and in its nursery, primary] pramme for pea noua * ite.
and secondary schools in London. | eu Bete ney ooh rat te
Birmingham, Shrewsbury and The aiemtion od sicedtiaks - eal
Worcester, i Tnited States should underta ce
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PAGE TWO

eee: ts NL LE OL CLT OLE

gore in the Hilary Bar
Finals—only half of the can-
didates got through — was Lady
Davson, 26-year-old wife of
Londor ‘sugar broker, Sir Geof-
frey Davson, Bt., and mother of
two-year-old Caroline. She in-
tends to practise as a member of
the Inner Temple where her

‘father, Sir Rhys Williams, is a

distinguished K.C. She was seen
trying on her wig and having
great difficulty in getting it to
stay down over her own long wig
Besides law and housekeeping
Lady Dayson finds time for paint-
ing. Last summer she exhibited
20 pictures in a London gallery,
and sold most of them.

vn «
Married at St. John’s
Cathedral
sâ„¢

JOHN’S Cathedral Antigua,
was the scene,of a pretty
wedding at nine o'dlock on the
rnerning of Thursday 26th whe:
Mr. John McBeth only son of
Mrs. Ruth McBeth of George‘own
British Guiana, was married t
Pamela Thompson, eldet
ehter of the Federal Treasure:
Mr. E. A. Thompson and M
Thompson, The bride’s gown wa
embossed brocaded satin grace-
fully draped on the sides wiih
crange blossoms She carried a
Louquet made Queen Anne
lace and tube roses backed by
white coralila The headdress
vas a tiara of orange blossoms
The bridesmaid Mis Pamela
Thompson sister of the bride wor?
green moire taffeta, elbow lengts
ureen lace mittens, a iat © gold
crinolin trimmed with a spray of
sold and green flowers, and he!
pouquet was a sheath of yellow
cosmos and sweet peas. The
flower-girk was Miss Brenda
Cockrell and she wore green
georgette with short green mittens
Her headdress consisted of smal)



aau

of

yellow roses and, she carried a
pesy of yellow galadia’s and cos-
mos

A reception was held at_ the
ome of the bride’s parents. Mi








McBeth went to Antigua for the
occasion and carried th cake
from British Guiana and it wa
gorgeously decorated and iced
there by Mrs. Clement DeSilva
Mr. and Mrs. McBeth were the
recipient of a large ass
of gifts and cables fron
Guiana and many of the
The honeymoon was being sper
Dr. ar Mrs. Woodmar flat
at Hodge The couple then left
ver weekend for Barbad
The} ill sper the re of thelr
two weeks’ hone} n at P
Spring Hote)
Mr. McBeth was cashier at the
yal Bank of Canada for nearly
year’s shi
: ntant Barbad Mr
McBeth was an assistar tre
at the Antigua Girls’ High > 01
and was later employeca the
Royal Bank tor hort





Valentine Carnival!
Ce has seen a copy of ih
Invitation the First Barba-
dos Sea Scout Group is sending
out durirg the week
If the originality in design and
cuteness of its “get-up” is an
index of the plans being made
for the delight and enjoyment of
those privileged to receive one 1
can assure them they are in for

a treat on Saturday, 18th Feb-
ruary.
This year’s Dance will very

nearly approximate those of ear-
lier years held at St. Mary’s Girls’
School.

«> «>,
Large Party
R. JUSTICE JACKSON and

Mrs. Jackson were “At
Home” to a large number

guests on Friday last in Antigto
among whom were His Excellen-
cy the Governor the Rt. Hon-
ourable the Earl Baldwin of Bewd-
ley.

Call of The Sea

vo Robin Parker, who ar-

rived by the M.V. Hughli on}

Sunday night left on Monday
ifternoon f r Puerto Rico. He is
a Cadet in the Mercantile Marines,
and has just returned from a trip
cut Bast. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Parker who used to
live in Barbados. His brother John
who has also gone to sea, wat
here about two weeks ago.
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Frequent Visitor
A FREQUENT visitor to Bar-

bados is Mr. W. H. Miner
‘com Gramby, Quebec. President
of the Miner Rubber Coy. Before
the war their exports went al.
over the world, now the restric
tions imposed by most countries
confine their products almost en-
tirely t6 Canada. He is spending
a holiday here and is a guest at
Caerabank.



THIS IS THE GRUMMAN-MALLARD which brought Mr, Charles

B. Wrightsman and party to Barbados yesterday.

he parking strip off the runway

staying at the Colony Club will b:

Arrived in Private ’Plane
RRIVING yesterday at Sea-
well in his private plane, ;
wa Nil

Grumman-Mallara, h
Preside

Charles B. Wrightsman,

of the Standard Oil Co., Kansa
who with his wife and a party
of three Miss Dorothy (

Spreckels, of San Francisco
California, Mr. Charles A. Munn,

trom Palm Beach and Dr, Richara
U. Light, who is President of tne

American Geographical Society
New York will be here until
Thursday. They are guests at the
Colony Club, St. James, while t
crew Alton Franks and Peter

De Rose are staying at Sam Lor

rheir next port of call is St
ma in the Virgin Island
They arrived from the United
States via Palm Beach, Puer
tico ar Antigua
«» «<»

New Technique

A’ a recent General Meeting ©:
the Antigua Art Group,





«a> «> arrangemen vere made for th
various sections to get started
B.G. French Consul with redilar ErouD wick fox’ $h
Returns ear’s exhibition, Mrs. Dorothy
M* AND MRS. STEPHEN Pilgrim spoke of last year’s
PSAILA who have been standard of work and gave some
spending a long holiday in Bar- valuable suggestions to be carried
bados returned to British Guian out this year
vesterday afternoor y B.W.LA A recent oil painting “The
Mr. Psaila, is the French ¢ ul Gamblers” by Garner Francis wa:
1 Georgetown, an propri scussed as he has iccessfull
j adopted a new technique in ¢
\ While « He took picture to
¢ Mi Per Governor and His Excellency w
I é i so intrigued with it, he purchased
Vi 1 } it The Gamble will t
' Sli gid ; how at the Barbados M
4 he rM ex! 1 Fe
k Marsor f Ne I ‘
kley New Road
se Impromptu Party
. \N Friday even in Antl
Appointed Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Edwar
M* PERCY TAYLOR, Brant had an impromptu farewell par’
Manager B.W.LA, tol for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harn
me esterday i Hon. H. A. who are going to St. Kitt Dr
Cuke. M.L.C., O.BE., has been and Mrs. Denis Degazon who at
ppointed on the board of Direc holidaying here for a week wet
W.LA Lit mong the guests
a 7

A SPECIAL PURCHASE

at Seawell.

Comings and Goings

ISS MADGE CUKE, daugh-

I ter of Hon. and Mrs. H, A.!

Cuke, returned by B.W.LA. from |
where | pire

Britisn Guiana yesterday
he had been spending a holiday
«>»
MRS.
and three
to Trinidad

«a»

M* AND
WORME
dren returned
Monday afternoon by B.W.LA.,
spending a short holiday
Another Barbadian family

chil-

atter

here

iso returned to Trinidad on Mon-
ay Mr and Mrs. Denis
Weatherhead and five children

vere here for a couple of months
at “Sea -Gaze”, Maxwells. Mr
Weatherhead is with T.L.L.,
Pointe-a-Pierre, and was on »)ng

eave
an» «a»
ISS GENNY CASTILHO
left yesterday for British

‘uiana by B.W.LA., for a holiday
Also leaving were Mrs Doreen D
Abreu, Genny’s sister and Mr

De Abreu’s little daughter Bar-
bera, who have been here for twc
months visiting their family

«» «»
I R. F. A. Watson, Manager oi
the New Amsterdam Ber-

» Branch of the Royal Bank o!

dict
Canada arrived from B.G. yester-
day for a couple of months’ holl-
His wife and family are
eady in Barbados and they will

g at a bungalow on th





an «a»
Mis Gladys Inniss, who i
I with the Demerara Mutua

Assurance Branch in George
returned home

by B.W.LA afte
months’ holiday i
the interest of he

B.G.,
yesterday
pending
Barbados
health
Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Floris Villa, Rockley

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





| Like A Straight |

By Joseph L. Hanit

The American woman was ies:

new French best-seller ag th
“Innocent and charming victim
of European commentators whe
have criticized her es a heartless
gold-digger—and a ‘tyampire
with the head of Minerva.

Henri-Jean Duteil, author o!
“La Grande Parade Americaine
(The Great American Parade)
leaped to the of what he
calls “this ly slanderec
creature” in his -page volume.
It is an exhaustive ing-siry inte
U.S. manners and morals which
is sparking a run on Parisian
bookstores.

Loveable Creature

“What a surprise for European
men, who, knowing the American
woman-only from reading lying
descriptions, finally meet one in
flesh and bone!” writes Duteil ad-
miringly. “A loveable creature—
simple, gracious, grateful for the
least attention and the best
listener in the world—appears as
if by magic in the place of the
vampire she is painted abroad.
Instead, of a gold-digger, she is a
smiling being, content with her-
self and others, She is like a

| straight road, without dangerous

curves or detours.”

| Duteil, who Lived in the US.
from 1941 to 1947, and traveiled
in 23 states, explained that he
|was moved to champion the
American woman after his per-
sonal on-the-spot observations
convinced him that the pen por-
traits sketched of her by other
European writes were “horrible
caricatures.”
Heartless

These writers, he said, portray
her in their books as “the proto-
type of the heartless woman who
exploits man and considers only
her own pleasures.”

“In their books,” he said, “she
is shown as a cruel idol, a vam-
with the head of Minerva
|The more beautiful her eyes, the
|colder her soul; the more closely
| her legs approach perfection, the



HAROLD) nore to be feared her contempt

for man and her deadly cynicism.”

The chivalrous Duteil assured
jhis readers that this indictment
| doesn’t corféspond with the facts
—American women aren’t like
that at all. On the contrary:

Charming
“As soon as the little American
girl is old enough to understand,
she realizes that she must be
charming—that it will be her role
in life, for all her life. She must
charm papa and mama, grandpapa
and grandma, the postman,
the grocer’s boy, the neighbour

next door—everybody.”



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“In order to charm, you must

first smile,’ the book continues.
“Therefore, the little American
girl early forms the habit of

smiling. Now, the character of
the nagging wife is formed be-
tween the ages of three and ten,
and it is well-known that nagging
wives do not smile. Since the
little Ameriean girl begins to
smile early in life, it becomes
second nature for her. Conse-
quently, there are few nagging
wives in the United States. It is

diffieult to make domestic scenes}

while smiling, and the American
woman rarely makes domestic
scenes.”

No Gold Digger

But what about that little gold-|

digger charge, M’sieu’ Duteil? The

French writer indignantly refutes)

it, asserting that the American
woman is no more a gold-digger
“than her sisters elsewhere in the
world—less perhaps, because the
United States is a country wher¢
the institution of the dowry doé
not exist and where each in-
dividual is virtually certain of a
comfortable existence in
for the honest work.”





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is LONGFELLOW

_One letter simply statids for another. In this example A is used

for the three L’s, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all, hints.
Each day the code letters are different.”

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Every morning at 5 o’clock the
knocker-up in a North country
town taps on the window of a

house te wake up the oecupant in ara *

time for work. The elderiy gen~ COBURN, GLORIA” DE

leman in residence hurls a stream | A: Owe : i

wf defiance through the window tam i. We:
and then turns over and goes to W.B. Fat ‘ the’ Gividen

sleep with a clear conscience. The j
reason for this is that as he is
over sixty, he has retired, but
still pays the knocker-up sixpence
a week for the sheer pleasure. of
rest after his life’s labours. This
story was told in a letter to Gor-
don Cruickshank, a ‘BBC script
writer, who asked people over
sixty to write about themselves
to give him material for his fea-
ture programme “Focus on Old
.” Letters have poured into his (10
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coal, on cotton, on experts and at
Christmas time “Focus on Ghosts.”
From the material received for
“Focus on Old Age” Cruickshank
finds that old people still have
great optimism and a zest for liv-
ing. None, so far, show any sings
of “old age,” as such.

Starting Thursday 2nd ,
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2 Why leave early, he’s allowea in
the House anyway, (4)
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K EN RESOLUTION iNo * Fancy Prices” | Truman O.K’s Work!

: POASSED BY HOUSE _|_For Argentine | mhotase Criticizes The | On Super Bomb ‘Youthful Vigor Restored
Sgr m8 oun Gules Baca damse sean| “XPOS To DK. | Inefficiency Of B.E. Co. |: tt at In 24 Hours = y











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S “ » >» ® 7”
hy peanarable, mem be enough could not maintain it, yet at the Says Financial Times j | months—perhaps longer. l “pe Wc
that He a change in the same time, it could afford to give LONDON, Jam. 31. | DURING a motion for the adjournment of the House! =stimates of the cost of this| G an ds Fortified

to make Jose teachers. It high leave passages to certain offi- he view that it would be worth |

: oS . : : : now giant have ranged from .
: of tea sites cand tar tile Geri we T : x W of Assembly for five minutes some members criticised the | 2 }
; fe also eave Semis 7 Economic Resources ule Gao . to “Dettes: ‘bat inefficiency of the Electric Company in their current supply | “ pecgges his te bikes te pod b y New Discov <2
eae ‘ally said again He said that the economic re-|that there could be no question| 204 expressed the view that the Company should be of more than 250 square miles, | ,Q%Jog fuel old before your time? Are you tired.
— no question of dis- sources of British Guiana and | of paying “fancy prices”, was ex-| Nationalised, The President gave the greet | speed and of ite? Be a:
Mretween teachers and Trinidad were greater than those | pressed by the Financial Times| Mi. Mapp (L) who made the Mr. Crawford (C) said that he light to the United States Atomic | from lee of memory: orteomnens weak Gottnitne

of the Civil Service, of Barbados. British Guiana ex- to-day. motion for the adjournment, said hoped Government would not Energy Commission in ordering } Sar ‘tre an retin! Rk TR 4 Vigourous




from the sche- ported gold, bauxite, diamon This .| that as members were well ‘ind it impracticable to have it to continue work on all forms pee or do bea
Fa the resolution for rice and sugar; Trinidad had a quiies Guns Sontine Pe aware, twé years during the nationalization soon. Beside the of Atomic Energy. Tees coudittona: then soe est Nt ey fre
which would be cocoa and citrus, whereas Barba- | erable length in the t of the} last session of the House; an Ad- Company's present instance of Dr. Harold C. Urey. developer Benes, oo ae reer i ame ba agen =
jater stage. dos was solely dependent on forthcoming talks of /- Mixed | dress was made asking Govern- inefficiency, they were instru- of “heavy water” and a worker vigour and animation. oe
4 at (L), second- sugar, and was not sure what the | Consultative Committee in Buenos | ment to nationalize the Electric â„¢e@ptal of many people of on the atom bombs dropped on Vitalize Your Glands
pF. efor the passing of position would be tq that connec | Aires to review the working of the | Company. the rural districts being, de- Japan, four days ago quoted in Portunately for those who suffer from run-down
the motion said the teacher tion after 1952. Even if they got | five year agreement between the The member who had moved Prived of suitable lighting facili-' a report that some physicists gene action, a physician with 39 peeties Scare.
Resolution’ Mr. Adams re- the guarantee for which they were ktwo countries. the Address drew to the atten- tes. believe all forms of life could Re iene sims nethune tan thos beings
id sod} the more acute in now asking, it would only carry On its front page the Financial | tion of the House and the public If they could not carry out be extinguished over an area as fecting of increased Vitalie » and ,

3 : 73 This prese called Vi-Tabs,

ct that the Gov- them on to 1957. He did not see | Times published an article by “aj that that Company had not been ¢@Xtensiong local bodies like the w ide as the United States by the| tiituhn tater form you nee t0 do
arene’ the num- why they should be called upon } special correspondent” which said | working properly nor satisfactor- Vestries should be able to gen- radio-activity set off by the! is to take two little abies three times
dos Scholarships to to bear that extra burden. it was believed in London that the| ily. At the time when the Ad- ©Tate electric plants. | explosion of one hydrogen bomb.| ech This preseription starts work

1 ’ Drei eee ita Spat immediately, stimulating the glands, in-
Bar ommittee had found In this colony, they had been | “deterioration” in the Argentine | dress was being considered, the , Mr. Ward (E) said that it was He added that Russia may Vigenresiag (ue and enlivening your.



jit would be able to balance their budget external payment tion had re= | Com: had n still giving ‘ue that they were suffering already be ahead with the pro- ir rapeily beeemee re the system, the nerves,

eatng such an in- every year and did not have to!cently assumed eae dimen- stune Hawt but feed eae aa lack of electricity, but he) duction of a Hydrogen Bomb. coming jun ee eae cat a | Sod fap tor senate. Siook eons tee

scholarships to sit back beg the Imperial Government for | sions, ped to a worse condition. i = see why they should be | —Reuter. ising ca Sear een a cone ot Tite | port an astontaning improvement within

ing to retain the ser- aid. If they continued in the way| “Efforts’ made after the begin- | The position had become such can Electr to the authorities of | ree more frequentiy than evet before. Pekar Uitin cab cate. Thue Hee

A of those teacher's who had to they had been going in the past, | ning of 1949 to stem the drain on | that strangers were speaking dero- (ict see Se: The cir- Sovi t Th Doctor Praises Vi-Tabs Rave ‘been accomrlished time after time

c and girls to scholar- they would not find themselves} gold and dollar reserves by |igatorily about the island in gen- {7 - moans could have happened ovie reatens be 3, Gane tae tn thausands of esses, pome of which had

gh boys in the position in which British | switching purchases to other | pral. —— ee ° physician, ‘recen stated. “Many eeten- | weil aad vigorous arsin, ,
Peecott also asked mem- Guiana and Trinidad had found | countries are now thought to have| ‘The time had come when, if “The Company w es trying thei Meeting Boycott of youthful vigour and vitality lies in tne Results Guaranteed

esto put any idea of discrimina- themselves through being Crown | resulted in the country’s reserves | that Company could not manag® jest; apany was trying eir | flanda. If we could ‘Keep our glands ¢

; heads. In those colonies. of sterling becoming seriously de- © give satisfaction and one TOKYO 31 et Pern Saeeor hee outstanding has oeen the success of

out of their » th 79 its own affairs fittingly, there could not blame them if they! » Jan. 31. years younger and live years longer. Based | vj.Tebs in thousands and thousands of

s were masters and Now that there was the Uni-| pleted,” the Financial Times cor- should be some public enquiry s ey | of thi t the world that it is now

General Kuzma Derevyanko,
pay took ’ 7

who were in a class by versity College of the West Indies, | respondent continued. made or it should be nationalized frm on, ian See | Russian member of the Allied
ss in so far as ability was jt would be surprising if in an- Profound Inference as soon as possible. broke down. Before honourable CO@trol Council for Japan, an-

cases
offered under a positive guarantee to cost
unless entirely satisfactory, Un-



ther five or six years, they could} —_“Phig devel i ed eens Sabet, WS Lb Oar we dees
scorned ; 2 ‘ , ‘elopment is expect Two years ago a Committee haa Adinden , nounced to-day that he will i 0 hI
trinidad, said Mr. et not more easily get ielised ieq| ‘0 have a profound influence on | been appointed to look into the ioe way jboyeott the Council as long as it soak rein, tee seat toe tabi cab Oe
“got ve Sea and aa aaah There ware. saci Se reeee ot 4 Britele pee oe It was time that a report = Mr. Adams (L) said that he “iseusses Russian repatriation of tbat you ieelly oom enjoy life as! frequently
got lea a Dols. mae w n, should have been heard from that agreed with the suggestion of|Japanese prisoners of war. ae Oe eee oe coe Oe ee
dad was DOW building ee ve a eee econ Meanwhile the Financial Times | Committee. the chronological sequence of tha|Derevyanko walked out from the Bre not completely satiafed, merely return
masters of Queen's | versities i ig editorial said “the crisis which has in t ae vhich }Couneil on January 18 when the the empty package and the full purchase
lage, Those were the condi- returning to the West Indies/been brewing for some time in No Satisfacti: Ove for nationalization which | ; : price will be refunded. Get Vi-Tabs from
dos had to shortl 4 id be able to fill 0 Satisfaction had been made. Government/ question was raised. He told ur chemist today. The guarantee pro«
iam which Barbados ha une tae want” . trade relations between this coun- It was a_ shocking state ot jad never a ° Members of the Council by letter Ieets you.
those posts and perhaps in less |try and the Argentine is beginning | affairs. ver departed from the con- 1 . ;



The Company had ® sideration of nationali that he would sta from the To Restore
Harrison College were Mr. than half a dozen years, they |to come to a head. ry Peg on of nationalization. But that he would stay.away
5 oe ur. Queree, Senior would have all or nearly all of | “We obtain about a third of our Cayman etree J we ge a few months ago the question| meeting to-morrow. At the pre- Vi-Tabs » Guaranteed 2 Manhood, Vitality
in Mathematics. The the potential candidates to fill the | meat rations from Argentina: we behind a action. é %, ity Was put to the Colonial Secre-| vious meeting, British and Amer-
‘should know that there was necessary posts. would buy more maize if we| crore mee ee Of “a faulty tary and generally speaking it|/ican representatives said the FSS 8 SSE
uighout the West In- That being the case, and bear | could: and we tight even at some cates iron. Some — was only a matter of time before} question would stay on the agenda
getting Mathematical Mas- ing in mind the position with re+ | future date seek marginal supplies titi be taken about he public nationalization finally came up. | till a satisfactory Russian answer IT {S GOOD VALUE sf
feu gard to the eughr indus, afer lot wet they “wouldhave & categorieal abuolutely ost ty. Haye" am, cece sot he 70 eS
. ir chil- 1952 1957, Mr. Crawford said, e i , y essential to have al ; PS i said to be
: Ba, “schools simply cs tenllt bcwadeaiectad tant tod mind eee ponsiderations in| assurance then that something Public Utility Board to ran it Cie ee SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
hename, but that they might Government, in considering afour part to maximise Argentine = Ree ee cae er ae wan edt ar ee a ip White, Gold, Pink ard Blue at $1.35 per yd.
: whi ere atter of that sort, would not * secon e was ves w e authority to " *
tau ine them, “the. have sttacligied: se ynddan tipieel< rok tf toe cette wee to the motion for the postponement and administer the financial side of Dollar-Earning SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99¢. per yd.
t ; Cant. an “ ‘ id that he was in entire agree+ t business, no sound benefits
becoming more scienti- ony with that burden, but would But there can be no question} *@! , : UN
more industries were have taken steps to solve the diffi- | of paying fancy prices. q ment with the views of the last would result. . Kittens SP LINEN in White, Grey Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
»,' In the past, people culty until such time as conditions speaker. The Company in question None could Say that Govern- Crease Resisting ind Shrunk Proof
ite willing to come back righted themselves. “Argentina has handled pay in | imposed exorbitant rates on their ment-run utilities were ill-man- Valuable dollar-earning
Pand teach as Science A Long Time the sellers markets of the imme- | customers and the worse their aged. They had as an example] Siamese kittens are among Brit- ee al
ut today industries were Mr. Crawford said that it would “ate post-war period. services got, the more they the Water Works Department. It| ain’s exports and several have BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.
more attractive sal- pe a long time before he would}, “Now the balance of advantage | charged. Although they give very Could never be said that that| now travelled across the Atlantic
vote money again for a Commis- |@8 swung towards this country | inefficient service, yet their rates Department gave half as much by B.O.A.C. Recently “Cassiopea
sioner in this colony. They voted and the British negotiators must | were higher than those of any trouble as the Electric Company. | jeft London Airport in Constella-

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a whole. It was the duty of they could not get first class men, | 1946 were 136,000 passengers and anil stated ere a ee. hen following:— VA THROUGH-
ernment to maintain the they were not to limit the con- | 404,500,000 passenger miles. a aoe ay enya e A Bill to authorise the Rector
educational standard that the tract for a specified period, but In 1949 3,969 tons of cargo that a Government never 7 of the parish of Saint Joseph ,
ead maintained in the past, should make conditions of service | were carried including diplo-| Gucted its business properly but 4, sel] a patt of the Glebe | . : OUT 1950
wor which it had been credit- attractive to bring in officers un-} matic mail and excess baggage) the Electric Company was worse 455.4 of the said parish fo, the Nylon Nighties
pnt Only in the West Indies ti] such time as emergency had | compared with 3,740 tons in 1948.| than any Government he knew. Executive Committee of Bar-
faso in the Mother Country ceased. The amount of mail carried de-| They could not sit there quietly — jados, e
here. Mr. Crawford said that they | creased slightly from 1,970 tons and allow such a state of lament- An Address to His Ex- Sli & Pp t S Ride Together
2 W. A, Crawford (C) said should not take steps to-day to] in 1948 to 1,767 tons in 1949, | @bDle affairs to go on. Sab cellency the Governor re- Ips an ie
because British Guiana or impose such a burden on the col- He would not be surprised if lating to the engagement of a ;
mad paid leave passages to ony on a permanent basis unless Notable 1949 events in the} he heard that when the trouble suitable Reporter for two | a and Ride
Officers, it did not necessarily it was essentially imperative. Corporation included the intro-| at the Company was ultimately months in place of Mr. C. B. |
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eahal Comparison on many of the routes to the} chafge more rates, As evidence Legislative Council who has MODERN DRESS wi
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NGulana could not balance of British Guiana and Trinidad | cruisers on the London-New/ much about their responsibili' sick leave : Pleasure
sain 28d when that colony to Barbados, what did British | York service. the community, the spare parts The House discusseq the SHOPPE
‘y Subsidise certain food- Guiana had to offer* To Govern- During the year 3B.O.A.C.’s} were to come by boat. He felt thot electrie Company in respect to
Bit had to apply to the Im- ment servarits, one of the primary routé service mileage increased] in such a case of emergency, they the prevailing electricity cuts. | STREET.
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BARBADOS sb ADVOCATE

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

Wednesday, February 1, 1950

“Littl Children”

BECAUSE of the zeal of a few spirits
who refuse to be disheartened, social wel-
fare continues to make progress in an island
where it had such a bad start. This week
the spotlight is turned on the activities of
those who are interested in baby welfare
facilities for the mothers of St. Philip and
St. Thomas.

On Saturday the Committees of the
Baby Welfare League of those parishes
are sponsoring a cabaret and ball at the
Drill Hall in an attempt to get public
interest and support for their worthy
cause. All those who buy tickets for this
ball will be helping to make their con-
tribution to a work which is alleviating
the lot of the mothers who are too poor
to avail themselves of nursing homes,
hospitals and even midwives. It is a work
for children; and those who love children
will not grudge support of a cause so
worthy and a task so great.

Mrs. H. W. Peebles and Mrs. H. G. Cum-
mins are particularly to be praised for the
inspiration of the movement, but a long
list of social workers have rallied to their
support.

Those who remember the
late Mrs. Florence Browne
John Beckles to-day, know that it was
against great odds that they fought their
way to success. In every walk of life
in this island to-day their work is appre-
ciated. It is because the children of the
poor have been given a new lease of life.
But their success has been partiai. Much
remains tc be done. Today there «re raany
more wuling helpers, but a few guiding
hands cannot be expected aione to make
their sacrifice without greater -assistance
and support from the general public

It is recognised in every civilised com-
munity of people that the welfare of the
less fortunate is the concern of the entire
body; but inertia and egotism are major
obstacles to greater advances in social wel-
fare. There is no question of subsidising
those who can afford to bear their own
burdens. The objects of both the St.
Thomas and St. Philip Welfare League
are the practice of charity. They can
achieve little more than a drop of water
in an ocean of misery but they will at
least have achieved that.

It is the duty of every civilised com-
munity to care for its young people. This
week set apart for the assistance of moth-
ers and @hildren may well act as a spur
to the efforts of charity and mercy. It is
om the neglect of charity and mercy that
the demagogue and charlatan find fuel

for his bombast.





work of the
and of Mr.

Arts and Crafts

IT IS satisfying to record the increased
interest in art in this island. Within recent
weeks there have been several exhibitions
which have shown how much talent
waiting for public recognition in Barbados
and other West Indian Islands.

In the past a few kept the light burning
but with the entry of artists of wider ex-
perience and background the cirele has
been widenins To the efforts of Mrs.
Aileen Hamilton and others when there
was little opportunity beside the Annual
Industrial Exhibition, have been added the
techniques of a Conneli, a MacLeod, and a
Harrison. A Broodhagen and a Payne have
been able to show that within a more cir-
cumscribed West Indian background,
worthwhile contributions to painting and
other branches of art can also be made.

Queen’s Park is now the scene of 4 display of
art and handicraft. Not only paintings of quality
but pottery and handmade articles of various use
and designs go to make up a collection which goes
to prove that there is talent waiting for oppor-
tunity. Particularly encouraging is the juvenile
section where toys, mats, brushes, shoes and other
items vie with each other in proclaiming the
versatility and technique of Barbados’ well in-
structed and responsive younger generation. It
cannot give of its best and bloss:m forth without
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Election And Other \ApPING THE COLONES

News From Britain

By David Vemple Reberts

“LET us see it through to- dates fighting the election. There instance, is becuming more
gether” is reported to be Labour’s were less than 300 last time. I staunchly Liberal—that is to say
election slogan. You can notice doubt whether more than 20 of adapting its generally liberal
the difference between ¢his and these aspiring politicians will find principles exactly to the Liberal
the self-confident “Labour Faces themselves in the House of Com- Party. The Labour newspaper,
the Future” used at the 1945 mons when all is counted. But “Daily Herald”, has heralded the
election. “See it through to- they will steal 3,000,000 votes, coming of the ‘cartoonist, David
gether” has a grim ring to it. We probably, from one or other of Low, to its staff, with a fanfare of
wonder why the Party pundits the major parties. Everything triumph and a promise that Low
have chosen this. Are we to be seems to turn on whether a will be able to take shots at his
prepared for another deep crisis Liberal Candidate will gather his paymasters, the T.U.C., just as he
and an appeal that only labour votes in larger proportion from aiq during his years with -the
ean force Britain through future “ex-Labourites” ar from “ex- Conservative “Evening Standara.
troubles without unemployment, Conservatives.” How this fine Buttercup, the famous Trade
general strikes and industrial col- distinction will go in each Con- Union carthorse, will still be as
lapse? Last year the Labour stituency is a matter for an ex- much in evidence as Colone:
Party published a pamphlet with pert—in each Constituency. At Slimp. Apart from that, the
the heading “Labour Believes in present it is noticeable that the “Daily Herald” seems to have
Britain”—this was before the £ Conservative Press is straining made a great effort to improve
sterling took a leap downwards— itself to prove to Liberals that the readability of its columns.
but this pamphlet was followed they are wasting their votes un- For years the “Herald” has hac
by a Conservative publication less they vote Conservative. The a large, stable and loyal reader-
called “The Right Road for other election-winning factor that ship. While other papers have
Britain.” Apparently the Labour cannot yet be assessed is what gained many readers. Whether
organisers have decided that their effect the radio speeches of the the “Herald”, which is compelle=
first choice for a slogan — this leaders will have. Last time—in to plough the dreary furrow ©
“Labour Believes in Britain”—is 1945—Mr. Attlee certainly scored support for Labour Britain can
too subtle for millions of voters a great success. He will have ever have attractions to compete
who are expected to announce at difficulty in repeating it, for this with the more freely campagining
the polls that Britain Believes in reason. Since then radio listen- press is a matter now much dis-
Labour. But the latest alterna- ers have grown tired of Labour cussed up and down the news-
tive, asking us to “See it threugh oratory. We have heard Dr. paper world.
together’ carries, as well as a Dalton explain that sterling could Arguments For And Against
gloomy tone, a certain element of not afford to be “convertible” — Japbour is congratulating itself
threat. This is a political party and so we must work harder. Mr. 4, making a success of its first
slogan. Presumably it means that Attlee’s voice has cut into a fuel nationalisation. The coal mines
the people of Britain and the crisis—and exhorted us to work are producing more than last year
Labour Party should stick to- harder; Sir Stafford Cripps has ang output per man is rising
geth@r. But if the people of launched an export drive — and steadily. The Government has
Britain decide otherwise, and told us we must work harder; Sir given the miners a pat on the
choose the “right road” the Con- Stafford Crips has explained, after p2-; — what they want, though,
servative’s offer then, it seems to promises to the contrary, that the ;, 3 return to the five-day week
be stated within their latest £ must be devalued — and advised 4,5; they extracted from the Coal
slogan that the Labour Party does us to seize this opportunity and poorg when it took over from
not intend to “See it through.” So work harder. Finally, will the private owners. Three years ago
if there is a great storm coming political leaders let their faces be | remember our Foreign Secretary,
for Britain, whatever the Party seen on television? The decision prnect Bevin, saying that he could
of her Government, and the Con- has not yet been made. But I gq. wonders in his foreign policy
servatives have to weather this doubt whether many politicians i¢ pe could have a few million
storm then the question remains, are vain enough to imagine that ton. o¢ coal for export — mainly
will the Labour Party try to help their faces are good propaganda +, European countries. Although
the Government to “See it at the fireside. he now has that coal, I can only

Through,” or will it use the i report that regrettably Britain
troubles of the country for bitter Pa eee OT still gets a bad press in Europe!

campaigning against a future Con- : , F :
servative Government. the congregation at St. Paul’s On the other side of national-
Cathedral will hear Sir Stafford isation, the Conservative party
Predictions Cripps speak from the pulpit. He can point to the failure of the
As I write, there are twc con- is the first layman ever to preach Transport Commission to make a
trary political pointers for the in St. Paul’s. The Chancellor will success of British Railways. It
election, The Stock Exchange speak on “personal faith” and his was argued, when the four com-
is offering odds against the Con- own claim to be speaking in St. panies were taken over, that
servative Party of five to four. Paul’s is not that he is Chancellor nationalisation would mean é
The Public Opinion polls, how- of the Exechequer, of course, but sensible co-operation between the
ever, are in almost exact agree- that he is a member of a group companies. But in these respects
ment that 53 per ‘cent. of the called “Christian Action.” Last nothing much has changed. If I
electorate will vote Conservative summer Sir Stafford published a want to find the time of a train
—and that is enough to give the little book on his beliefs — in the going southward from London I
Conservative Party a working midst of his intense activities. I telephone to “Southern Region”:
majority in the House of Com- remember it was while Sir Staf- if I want a train to Birmingham
mons The Labour Commenta- ford was in Washington for | telephone “Midland Region” —
tors are adopting the interesting financial talks, just before the de- so where is the gain? The rail-
view that the Stock Exchange is, valuation of sterling, that a ways, too, now admit they are
after all, very shrewd—and as for French journalist, who knew Sir losing half a million pounds a
Public Opinion polls, they Stafford well, published a witty week. Trains that were running
say, look what happened to Gov- review of the book under the with crowds in the corridors a
ernor Dewey who relied on this heading “God and the £ Sterling’ few years ago now have whole
modernised crystal gazing in his in a leading French newspaper. carriages empty. The argument
campaign against President Newspaper Changes for nationalisation was that good
Truman! All I can add is my One of the results of an ap- management would make travel
own view that there are too many proaching general election is a cheaper and more attractive, anc
odd factors in this election to make polishing up of some of our news- save the British railways from
anything but gambling sensible at papers—and a tendency to stick the financial losses that most rail-
the moment For one thing, more carefully to their own party ways in the world are suffering.
there will be 400 Liberal candi- lines. The “News Chronicle”, for We would enjoy some of that.

Empire Society For The

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(Our Lendon Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail)

A society has been formed in
London which will have the
wholehearted support of all who
are interested im services to

humanity. It is the British Empire
Society for the Blind, which will
jeal with problems of blindness
in the British Colonial Empire.

Five years ago a committee ap-
pointed jointly by the National In-
stitute for the Blind, and the
Colonial Office, sent investigators
to the colonies to review the whole
subject. In 1948 their findings
were published in a White Paper
that shocked all who read it. The
Society that has now been formed
is a direct outcome of these in-
vestigations -

People in Britain were horrified
to learn that in British Africa
alone at least one million people
cannot see. Public consciences were
awakened when it was revealed
that eighty per cent of this blind-
ness could have been prevented
by knowledge of modern methods
and techniques.

£10,000 was granted to the
Society by the National Institute
for the Blind to cover the initial
costs. It was given on the assump-
tion that a similar amount will be
found from colonial sources, and
already more than half th: sum
asked for has been contributed by
the colonies

Although the headquarters of
the new society will remain in
London, independent branches will

Blind

be set up in areas most needing
attention, as soon as possible. The
society will be able to send help
and advice to schools already ¢s-
tablished, in such places as Trini-
dad, Barbados and Jamaica.

Africa presents the greatest task.
Child blindness has risen alarm-
ingly, and there are only four
small schools for the blind there.
One is in Kenya, one on the Gold
Codfst and two in Northern Rho-
desia. They cater for only two
hundred blind in all. This appall-
ing state of affairs could hardly be
worse, and it is bound to be a
long time before improvements
are visible.

The secretary and chief execu-
tive officer is Mr. John Wilson,
who will appreciate the difficulties
that beset those without sight per-
haps better than any of his col-
leagues. He was himself blinded



Teday’s Thought

LET US LABOUR for that
larger comprehension of
truth, and that more thorough
repudiation of error, which
shall make the history of
mankind a series of ascending
developments.

—Horace Mann.



at the age of thirteen by an acci-
dent, and has been assistant secre-
tary of the National Institute for
the Blind for the past eight years

The society has power to estab-
lish travelling eye clinics and other
medical services, to promote sight-
saving propaganda, to founc
schools, training centres, work-
shops and welfare services of all!
kinds, and to adapt the Braille
system to the languages spoken
in the colonies. In many parts of
Africa blindness is caused by a fly
which infects the human blood-
stream and eventually kills the
optic nerve. It has been proved that
this particular disease, known as
onchocerciasis, cam be almost
completely eliminated by steril-
izing rivers and spraying cattle
with D.D.T. Other causes of blind-
ness could be easily remedied or,
more important, forestalled, » by
better education.

It is a grave reflection on those
administering to the needs of the
country, that these simple meas-
ures have not been taken—meas-
ures that would have such
immediate and lasting effect.

The British Empire Society for
the Blind is an unofficial body
which places it in an excellent
position to advise Governments,
or even plead with them. In addi-
tion it has enough influential sup-
port and experience for it to be
able to help other voluntary or-
ganisations without seeming to
interfere —L.E.S,



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By Peter Ditton
LONDON, (By Mail)

DURING the next few months, maps will |}

be prepared in England which will enable |}
decisions to be taken about a score of Colo-|jj

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the North-South rail link throagk Central]|j
Africa, the areas for agricultural develop-
ments in West Africa, the site for the new
hydro-electric plant in North Borneo; these
and many other pressing problems will be)j}
tackled in the light of the latest geographical |}

ee problems. The route to be followed by

information. .

The maps themselves are now being pre-|j

pared by the Directorate of Colonial Surveys
at Teddington, Middlesex. They are being
compiled from photographs taken by the
RAF Survey Squadron of eight converted
Lancaster bombers. During the last three
years, 400,000 photographs have been taken
by aircraft of this squadron and from the
photographs over 100,000 miles of Colonial

territory have been mapped.

Wonderful work is being done by the Direc-

torate. But have you ever paused for

moment to consider how all the maps are
made, how the strips of aerial photographs
are translated into accurate detailed plans?

It is not an easy process and certainly not

one that can be done in a hurry. Even the
crudest form of map, without any contours,
takes five weeks to compile from the time

the photographs are received.

When the photographs arrive at the office
of the Directorate of Colonial Surveys they
are in strip form. Each photograph overlaps

the next one by two-thirds and the botto

m

edge of each photograph is also duplicated
when the aircraft flies along to take the

next strip.

But obviously, a map cannot be prepared
just by drawing direct from the photographs,
because although in the centre of the photo-

graphs the detail would be accurate, the

re

would be distorticn towards the side. This

distortion of course varies with the heig
from which the photograph is taken.

ht

The Directorate has an ingenious method

for overcoming this difficulty. It makes u

se

of the fact that the area immediately below !%
the camera is not distorted in the photograph.:|%
This point is marked off, and another easily |%

distinguishable object such as a tree,

a

waterfall, a road or a mountain, previously
surveyed from the ground, is also recorded.

Then, by use of a geometric formula oth

er

areas can be ascertained in their correct per-

spective.

This process naturally entails overlapping |

the photographs to some degree and in ord

er

to avoid too much confusion, celluloid sheets
are used in place of the actual photos. When
these sheets, called templates, have been
correctly aligned they are placed on to a large

drawing board marked off in squares, rath

er

like a giant chess board. The previously re-
corded points on the photographs are then
pin-pricked through the templates on to the
drawing board and, with frequent references
to the original photographs, the actual details
can be drawn in free hand. The size of the
map is then reduced photographically and

roads, rivers, forests etc, can be added.

In

this preliminary stage the map is then ready

for use.

But while this form of map is perfectly ac-
curate for measuring distances and seeing the
position of roads, it cannot be used for de-

termining heights.

If contour lines are to be added to the map,
then additional processes are necessary. First

the photographs are reproduced accurately
something approaching the size of a lante
slide. Three of four slides are inserted in

to
m
a

machine called a multiplex projector which
imitating the approximate position of the

plane when the
projects them on to a

then follow.

Place names for all the maps are supplied
to the Directorate by the responsible author-
ities overseas, They are reproduced by letter-
press and then stuck on to the drawn map

before being photographed.

U. K. Will Not Help The West Indies To Get Ships





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To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—That school of politicians
which in recent years has spoken
little appreciation of
what the West Indies owe to the
West India Committee in London
can shut up. The following letter
by Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretary
of the West India Committee, in
the “Times” of January 25, shows
how much the West Indies have
to be thankful for the champion-
ship of this body. He writes;
“Major Black’s question in your
correspondence columns to-day—
“Have the organizers of the Feésti-
val of Britain taken any steps to
lay on ships to bring visitors across
the ocean?”—invites attention -to
a still more pressing problem
which has endured since 1938, and
: ll, five years after the





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the cost to which they were
formerly accustomed, or else take
their place in the long queue
awaiting transport by sea. Often
the intending West Indian visitor
suffers a delay of months await-
ing @ passage, and such as do
eventually secure one find a great
deal of their time in this country
taken up in a harassing endeavour
to obtain return berths. Not the
least serious aspect of. the matter
is the loss to British businessmen
anxious to take advantage of the
fubstangial preferences granted
to them by the colonies. This can-
not be estimated, but it is un-
doubtedly very great.

The French, and in a less de-
gree the Dutch, have tackled the
problem of providing steamship
connettions with their colonies
vigorously, but the Ministry of
Transport finds itself unable to
get beyond the fact that no Brit-
ist st hit wre la ed with
will



ow





ing passen-
less he receives
tive guarantees against loss
om the one hand we find

ajestys Wover! pour-




1emes of



and at the same time neglecting
to grapple with a complementary
problem vital to the success of
their main purpose,”

SHIP FAN.

A Place Second

To Home Producer
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—This is what the Tories
say about the Commonwealth and
Empire in the Right Road for
Britain:

"We pledge ourselves to give
our active support to all meas-
ures to promote the welfare of the
British Empire and Common-
wealth. We shall do all in our
power to develop the new rela-
tionships in the Commonwealth
with India, Pakistan, and Ceylon.
The more frequent the meetings
between principal Ministers from
the countries of the Common-
wealth the better, and the views of
our partners on the desirability

of setting up a permanent civil

liaison staff will be sought. All
Empire and Commonwealth Gov-
ernments must review the entire
field of Imperial defence and dis-
cuss together the need for a com-

mon advisory defence council and
1 combined staff so as to work

vogether for the standardization
of equipment and methods of
training.

ed — welcome and aid the
stea ow of United Kingdom
citizens to Commonwealth coun-
trics, provided that it includes a
fair cross: of our population
by age and occupation. The great-
est possible t of Em-
pte trade is our aim. We offer
Empire producers a place in the
United Kingdom market second
only to the home producer. We
claw) the right to maintain what-
ever preferences dr other special
errangements may be necessary.
We shall be prepared to offer a
guaranteed market at a remuner-
ative price for some colonial pro-
duct; and to concert plans with
Curmmonwealth countries for the
luonj-term expansion of produc-
tion of food and raw materials
Roth British and American in-
vestments in the colonies

icstered under suit >
in ,eve nila ter-

ritories to the ad



rder to

We adhere to
in the Charter of
Nations and will
agencies designed to

the 1




a To The

social and economic welfare of the places in the

Special
peoples of the world. Hand in deaf children in Port-of-Spain

School

were taken,
surface. The pro-
jections are done alternately in green and red
and by viewing the successive reproductions
through a pair of spectacles with a red lens
and one green a relief model can be distin-
guished. The determination of heights will

for

hand with France and other have been made available to this

friendly Powers we shall pursue
the aim of closer unity in Europe.
The admission of the Government
of western Germany into the
Council of Europe will be support-
ed on the un ing that she
accepts freely and fully the
western democratic conception of
human rights. Among future
tasks is the need to make an
Austrian treaty on terms which
will safeguard Austrian independ-
ence and provide for the with-
drawal of Russian forces simulta-
neously ith those of the western
Powers.

Above all, we seek to work in
fraternal association with the
ed States to help by all means
U countries, in Europe, Asia, or
elsewhere, to resist the aggression
munism by open attack or

ret penetration.”

Deaf And Dumb




7—10 years.

:
:

President

BETTY ARNE,

Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Through the co-operation

of the Trinidad Association in

uid, Of the Deaf and Dumb, four

Hon. Secrefary B’dus
Assn. in aid of the Blind,

Deaf and humb

eee ae, Maane Sat Se Cure
are at present

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7 . of interest is
in the children’s work
esbowt * d Crafts Exhibition

re ae} “park. Upstairs Mr.

p QUES cacLend, one of the

*- pers of the Barbados

Crafts Society, }s the best
three paintings were

s well as as

and one 0
nies. Mrs. Ham~
os ry is always sought

lic.

pH ge open from 10

‘4g 6 pn. every day and will

an Saturday afternoon next.

was Lasers, Pepin
y yesterday an
ose oy ihe sun reach
prightness. The ars
e heavy showers
sc memaindet ¢ of the day
ittent drizzles fell.
“Square, which is gen-
tits busiest between 8 and
in the morning, was
sind at these times. Clerks
sheltering on side walks
ity of the Square, were

cm a few doors away
their

ghd

ca

Stores, but owing to
rin they were held up.

y FOLK were seen carry-
umbrellas and wearing
t the Jargest umbrella
that which was erected
ies Constable on point
} pear the Nelson Statue. It
have been a coincidence but
served at that spot|
remain at that spo
— coe a the
very hot day.
Prsters in Roebuck | Street !
swed and shops were crowd- |
pedestrians, who were

s these rains perhaps a
erer was the hawker
sue or her goods on the
t. There is always a rush
ove trays and baskets from
pavement and occasionally
‘of the vegetables and fruit
) crushed or misplaced.
th the rain delayed many
Hloyees some were able to
way to work,
hike their y
TO 6.00 AM. yesterday
the City only had 8 parts
wed and Station Hill dis-
s. It was the Lee-
t nest. Peter, 88 parts,
flies 73 parts, and St, An-
160 parts—that benefited most
th rains on Monday and up
Welock yesterday morning.
that period the rainfall re-
were: City § parts, Station
District 5 parts, St. George;



St. Philip 4 parts, St.
36 parts, St. Peter 88
St. Joseph 57 parts, St.

es 73 parts, St. John 37 parts,
wucy 30 parts and St. Andrew

ABOUT 5.30 a.m. yesterday,
While the rain was just pre-
ig to. come down in: torrents,
broke out at Flag Staff Hill
/iestroyed 25 holes of second
pripe canes belonging to Wal-
fields of the same address.
es/are covered by insur-

ERT JORDAN (78) of Fair-
Meld, Black Rock, died sud-
y at his home at about 1,00
on Monday. A post mortem
ination was performed by
pE. B. Simon and death was
led to natural causes,

LOSS of a shirt valued
$4.00 was reported by Joseph
lof Bulls Alley, He stated
t shirt was taken from his|

nce between 4.30 p.m. and
Pm. on Monday.

i WOOD of Bay Street re-
Ported the loss of nine pack-
of cigarettes valued $1.08 and
Mi cash from her shop at the
between 3.15 p.m.
Up.m. on Saturday. |

N ACCIDENT occurred on
Marchiileld Road at about
on Sunday between a
Owned and ridden by
Callender of Four Square
; and the motor car J—184,
and driven by Kenneth
t of Kendal, St, John.

me front wheel and fork of the
Were damaged but no
@ was done to the car.



/ MONDAY at about 11.00
‘um, a fire broke out at the
Gand shingled house
feet, at Orange Hill,
ee the extent of $48 wa
house is not insured
owned by Belfield Searles}
Mi the time of the incident it
pied by Eudelie Thorne.
sewours turned out and
red in Subduing the blaze.

BLOSS of 105 holes of In-
{ dian corn from the lands of
Intation on Sunday was
Mr. H. A, Gill, Man-
0 same Plantation,
corn, Which is ‘valued
me property of Mr.G. S

; GRIFFITH of St.
Hias Gap reported that
Was broken and enter-
0.30 p.m. and 10.40
Murday and an alarm
Other articles to the
5.68 are missing,

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FEBRUARY

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I, 1950





|

JUST IN TIME for the rain was this “umbrella box”,
Policeman stationed in Trafalgar Square just ne
of Lord Nelson.

Rain Holds

Up Port
Workers

Over an hour’s rain yesterday
stopped all work in the harbour.
A dozen lighters filled with cargo
from, the steamship ‘Prospector’
were lying alongside the whart
covered with canvas while their
erews were taking shelter.

The rain held up shortly after
midday and work started again.
Some waterfront labourers were
busy bailing the rain water from
unloaded lighters while other
were engaged in the landing and
removal of the cargo.

Portland cement, corrugated
sheets, drums of X-100 motor oil,
galvanize sheets and other small
packages were among the commg-
dities handled.

The hustle of lorries, hand-
carts and people was mainly cen-
tred around the lower end of the
wharf. The flow of traffic was at
a slow rate as there was only one
steamship in port.



3 Factories Start
Grinding Canes

Three factories have started
their cane crop. Foursquare, St.
Philip, and Searles, Christ Churcl
started on the 28rd of last month
while Newton, Christ Church,
started on the 30th.

Due - a good supply of rain
during last year, a big crop is
expected and these three factor-
jes are going swiftly forward t
finish their reaping and grinding
All of the other factories ar¢
expected to begin early this
month,

Most of the factories have beer
improving their equipment since
the 1949 crop from the Rehabil-
itation Fund and quicker and
more efficient grinding will be hac
this season,



Mobile Cinema
Aft Christ Church

The show which the
Cinema was to present at Mount
Tabor, St. John, on Friday nigh
has been cancelled and a show a,
*| Warners Pasture, Christ Church,
will be given instead.

Mobile

.
Ships Here
7 @
On Friday
Due to arrive at Barbados or
Friday next are steamships ‘ ‘Lady
Nelson” and “Alcoa Patriot.’
The “Lady Nelson” is return
ing from British Guiana via Trin-
idad, Grenada and St. eee
ringing frozen and general cargo
Fro, ie it will sail North.
The “Alcoa Patriot’ is coming
from Halifax with cargo.
Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Ltd., are local agents of th¢
“Lady Nelson”, while-those of the
“Alcoa Patriot” are Messrs. De
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LA eet





country with malaria and filaria
and English officials were loth to
go there unless they could be
guaranteed enough money in
order that they could take the
fullest advantage of their leave.
The case was not so with Barba-
dos as it was known that this was
a neaithy country.

Referring to the proposal by
Goyernment in connection with
leave passages for officers, they
were told in the Report of the
Committee that where an officer
was going on vacation leave, he
would be entitled to one forty-
eighth of the cost of return pass-
ages for himself and his wife in
respect of each month of service
te the Government and that he
should be entitled to use such
passages when he liked when go-
ing on vacation leave and that
that leave should be given after
four years of service.

Mr. Crawford said that Mr.
Adams had recommended five
years before leave passage was
granted but that seemed to be too
long and now they were being
asked to accept four years.

U.K. Passage

The passage to the United
Kingdom and return was roughly
speaking. $1,200 and if an officer
had to take his wife with him it
would mean an additional $1,200
apart from his salary.

No member of the House or the
Government unless he was insane
should attempt to ask the colony
to support the resolution before
them and when it came to the
next one it would be nothing but
lunacy if they were to support it.
They could not afford ta pay
leave passage either for the two
masters or the officers in the sche-
dule because it was beyond the
resources of the colony.

He felt that they were other
things which needed their atten-
‘ion like the reconstruction of the
fast Coast Road and the canafis-
ing of the Constitution Swamp.
Because yjitish Guiana and
Trinidad were paying leave pass-
ages, was no reason why they
should do the same.

Looking at the matter dispas-
sionately and from the point of





for the
xt to the Statue
yesterday,

491. Casks
Salted Fish

Arrive Here

As motor vessel ‘“Ferryland”
sailed into the Careenage yester-
day morning the murmur “‘it is
well laden with salted fish” c 1
be pe cro cect, view of the average Civil Servant,

_ a said Mr. aw appear

Four hundred and ninety- -one| ° ud Mr. Crawford, it did appea
canitanar ited h f New-| 25 if there was more justification
casks of salted fish from < "| for giving leave passage to Head-
foundland were lying in the ‘“Fer- | 7
cyland’s” hatches for Barbados. | ™@Sters and Assistant Masters of
: c . “e~"* | Elementary schools. That was to

The

“Ferryland”, on its way to| say, if they agreed to the princi-
Barbados from Newfoundiand,| ple, there was some justification
made stops to St. Vincent and] for extension to include Govern-
Grenada where it discharged! ment Servants lower down in the

supplies of fish, Service. This was certainly more
It is expected to leave this port | desirable than iving free passage
either this evening or to-morrow] to the wife of say the Government
for British Guiana to load rum for| Electrical Inspector or the Deputy
Newfoundland. Yesterday the} Registrar or the Engineer of High-
B.U.O.C. fuel truck was filling} ways and Transport etc.

the vessel’s tanks with diesel oil Temporary Arrangements
for the return trip to Newfound- He felt that some temporary
land. arrarygement should have been
made to attract the teachers, for
in his opinion the colony could
not yet commit itself to pay leave
passages. Even if it did the whole





Bad weather has made the ar-
rival of the “Ferryland” two days
late. It took 12 days from St

John’s to St. Vincent, while it
would have-only taken 10. days basis of the matter before them

under normal weather conditions.} V@S completely contrary to the
The voyage from St. Vincent to} e¢commendation of the Civil Ser-
Grenada, was made in nine hours} V@2t Commissioner. Before its
and from Grenada here in 22] 2doption, if it were adopted at all,
hours. they should be told why those
employees in the lower branches
jof the Service were not included.
| He understood on reasonably
| correct authority, that the Whit-
} ley Council a body recognised by

Cost Of Living
Jumipe-4 Roiatte* | De oremunect ns tne coma

According to figures just releas- | Government Service, did not agree
ed by the Labour Commissioner,| With the proposals before — the
the cost of living for the month | House, He remembered in 1948



of December 1949 has jumped} When the question of the increase
four, points over that of Novem-|0f salaries for the Unestablished
ber Staff was before the House, and

The overall increase on all | when the Government had pro-

items since 1939 is 128 per cent,,| Posed to give them a penny ai\
while the increase on “food for the | hour increase, that the majority of |
same period is 117 per cent. | members had opposed it and said
) that the amount should at least
|be four cents, At that time an
| attempt was made to push it down,
| the throats of hon. members that



$210 Missing

|the Whitley Council themselves

| had endorsed the proposal for a/|

From Schooner |}\°
Captain George @louden of the| s Whitley Council een
Schooner Molly N. Jones, has re-|_ If the recommendation of the



ported to the Police the loss of | Whitley Council could be accept- |
$210.00 from his ship in the inner ; 4 in one matter, why not do so as

q
1 age. Th meee other matters, questionec
abines ti Sy ai a ‘i iy _o" ace on ie . Crawford. The Whitley Coun-
Friday, night last He had draw al ‘did not agree with the Reso-
the money 7 oe he Bank on | lution now before the House. If
rt ld say that. the

; the men next day, | Gove"nment cou a
Satur hey car wh when he was t day, | Whitley Council agreed, then that
to pa ithe money was vitealne. ;Council or the Government did
At os issing from the deck-|"0t know what they were saying,
: or Se B k pass | va A lot had been made about tha
pouee Were: (wo Ban wean alaries paid by British Guiana

ind a gold chain valued $10.00. , 5

and Trinidad. Those places might
be able to pay £2,000 per year fo
a Science Master but although |
Barbados needed a Science Mas-
ter it could not do this and would
| have to be satisfied with what
}could be secured for the salary |
they could afford without affect- ;
ling the standard of their edtca- |

tion, It should be borne in mind |

Sé. Mary’s Church |

WEDNESDAY, Ist February,
6700 a.m.—Requiem Mass.
7 Evensong !

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too, that as regards technical offi-
cers such as colonial engineers and
the like, this colony presented no
difficulty in engineering problems
such as British Guiana and T in-
dad for instance. Here there were!
no waterfalls or rivers to ha ness.
He had noticed in the Schedule
for leave passages, refer }
the offices of Attorney General,

Assistant Attorney General and]
Legal Draughtsman. Did this mean |

that they had got to offer suc:
facilities to these officers? Sure!

ence

the Attorney General of Barby-
dos did not have to. exercise th-
same legal ability as say, ine
Attorney General of British Gui-
ana who had to be engaged every-
day in the drafting of special
licenses for the mining of baux-
ite coal, ete.

Concluding Mr. C-awford ask
ed: “Can we afford an ext"a $50
per month over and above an
officer’s salary to give him and his
wife a free trip to England every
four years?

Mr. Adams (L) said that he
would like to hear all hon. mem-
bers views but he did not pro-
pose to deal with the matter of
‘eave passages then, as he coutd |
well see hon. members might have |
va'ious advices which could be
taken back to the Executive Com-
nittee so that the matter might
receive further consideration.

Principle

He, however, was asking hon.
members to see that the principle
was essential. it was necessary
that some sdit of guarantee should
be given to those who were still}
in the balance. Government hax |
been assured in the most emphatic
language that the question om
leave passages was more impor-
tant to some teachers than even |
increased salaries.

He was asking hon. members to
pass the Resolution. Admittedly
it would admit the principle of
leave passages but the details as
to whether a school master should
get leave passage for his wife, |
and so on, could be considered at
another time.

Later Mr. Adams pointed out |
that the matter of leave passages,
contrary to the suggestion of the
hon. junior member for St. Philip, |
was accepted by the Whitley!
Council as well as the Committee
and the Government.

Mr. Mottley (E) pointed out!
that while appreciating the pres- |
ent difficulty as regards teachers,
like the hon. junior member for
St. Philip he felt that some tempo- !
rary arrangement should hav e
been made to get the teachers in|
the school.

He was never in favour of this |
matter of leave passages and he}
thought the proposed set- -up was}
something which should be sent
back to the Government to be re-
vised. He felt that if they decided |
to pass the Resolution they should
inake it absolutely clear that they
were not committing themselves
to paragraph six of the Adden-
dum which dealt with leave pass-
ages. |
In respect to this difficulty in
getting teachers he would like tc
Suggest the possibility of some
solution, There was a shortage
uf teachers everywhere today but |
right here in this island there was |
a number of ambitious young!
men with the necessary ability
who were willing to go out an 1}
study, to qualify as teachers and |
come back here to give the island |
the benefit of their «studies, This |

|



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|
|

was a fact and he thought that
steps should be taken to give the: |
every opportunity to
their plans.

After i\uther discussion M
E. K. Walcott said that he did not|
think they should bind them-
selves to accept leave passages as
a matter of principle. Since there
was no other way of showing the’:
disagreement he moved that
a mark of censure they should
reduce the amount by three dol-
lars. Mr. Wilkinson seconded t!
motion and it was agreed to
already stated. The Résclution |
was then passed.
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He Lost the Pains inhis Ars:

No wonder this man dreace
going to work, for rheums j
pains in his arms madeit tortur |
to use them. Yet to-day he feels |
fitter than ever and work is & |
pleasure, as he tellsin hisletter |

“I had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had |
such pains in my arms I scar cely |
knew how to use them. Then ! |
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle |
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor- |
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to fee! |
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead | |
of a dread.’’—S.B.

The pains and stiffness of !
rheumatism are usually caused |
by deposits of excess uric a r
the muscles and joints, Kruscher
stimulates the kidneys and other !
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all
excess uric acid is expe
through the natural channel
When that goes, aches and pains |
go too. Freshness and vigour |
are restored,

If you are troubled witn rheu-

























matism, give Kruschen a trial |
yourself You can get it from
all Chomista and Stores, iat a aah 6 SA ER eas EA ma iad
ES
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QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT..... . 30ce. |
Your Cost of Living Bonus for Q
T hursday Friday § Saturday QUAKER MUFFETS .....,...... 3le.
Usually Now QUAKER CORNFLAKES ....... 32.
McEWANS RED LABEL QUAKER OATS, Tins ...... 7 Vibe) a
BEER—per bot. 27 21
QUAKER OATS, pkts. ........... 93e.
McEWANS RED LABEL ‘
BEER—per case $6.48 $4.80 CORN. TOASTINS |. ......2...5:. 30.
1.X.L. RASPBERRY JAM, per bot. WEETABIX (large) .............. 45c.
Usually 5le. Now 42e. i
WEETABIX (small) ............. 26e.
soe & GLASS BLANCMANGE® ROBINSON'S PATENT BARLEY
Flavours to a pkt. each making RE te eee Sen ie 79¢.
1 pint—Usually 26c, Now 15e. ROBINSON’S PATENT BARLEY
OUND Fi os ie ct hewn Poon . 42c.
RON ISIE IR NNREN.
MORTON'S OAT L
FRY’S DELUXE CASKET e ee
CHOGCBUATES ois. cis son $ 4.16 NESPRAY MILK, 23-16 ....... . $2.97
ROWNTREE’S COTTAGE 7. , ,
CHOCOLATES .............. 1.62 NESPRAY MILK, 1-16 ........... 97e.
CADBURY’S CHARM SERIES ay ace
CHOCOHATES:../i.......... 1.99 fins FRESH MUSHROOMS... 55c.
1-Ib Tins TOFFEES ............ 1.08 Tins SMEDLEY’S PEAS.......... 42e.
Tins JACOB’S SELECTED Tins BATCHELOR’S PEAS....... 17e.
SOIREE hci secWaw anh 2.00
Tins JACOB'S CREAM CRACK- Tins FARROW’S PEAS bo © ele Wy bbe 17¢.
BRS ieee teers 1.39 ‘Tins STRAWBERRIES ........... 95.
Bottles CHERRIES .............. 53c.
PEAK FREAN’S BISCUITS in $-tb pkts
a
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7p .
lata he. Rt ATe. Bottles APPLE JUICE............ 84c.
Custards Cream)... 20)... 43c, Tins BLACK CURRANTS........ 96ce.
Fruit Cremixicee.. ol os 43c. HEINZ BROWN VINEGAR....... 60c.
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provided that the dietary is appropriately
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~ IN MEMORIAM

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CAR: SALE: (1) Austin 10, (2
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ert ) Rockney f it
‘Morris 8 Sedan, (1

Condition, apply to Mr. Haynes,



sympathy in OMgeath of ERCILA |

pNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1950

FIED

SS———S HOUSES



| PUL SALES

| ~UCTION

(UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

| _' HAVE been instructed to sell b:
| Auction on THURSDAY next the ond

February begi
| Dunkirt opposite Balmaval, Hain







ie ad which Several
cows, m room in g00d condition.
| Cow Sheds covered with galvanize,
| milk scales gal buckets, several cases
| of bottles, (2) carts, (1) horse,
| {2) carrier bicycles, (1) Ford 8 Car.
Milk cans and several items of
| interest. Terms ash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer
29.1.50—4n.

—
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

nena nee PaaS oe
y ne s ruary, beginni
| at 12 o'cloek 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 Boards; a
collection of Book Shelves; a collection
| of Mah. Centre and Side Tables: a col-
| lection of Dining Tables including Tip
Top and Extension; a collection of Ware;
(1) Mah. Grandfathers Clock Case, a
| collection of Glass Jars; Cerpets; Iron
Bedsteads with Spring and Mattress;
Cedar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany
Double Bedstead with Iona Spring and
Spring-fill mattress; Mah. Dressing
Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several
other items of interest, Anyone interest-
ed in overlooking the above can do so
Tuesday the 31st between the hours of
2 to 5 in the evening.
Terms CASH,
D. ARCY A, SCOTT,
Auctioneer,
28.1.50.—4n.
_

UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

On Thursday 2nd by order of Major
Collins, we will sell the Furniture at
“Ashton Hall,” St. Peter, which includes :
Sideboard, Book Case with Escritoire,
Settee, Tub Chairs, Rockers, Desk, Cake
Stand, Tea-Trolley, Ornament Tables all



t Central Station.
ot 21,1.50—2n

one Ford 8 h.p. in good con-
. Belgrave, Purity
f aid. mn 27.1.50—6n.

man 1947. Excellent condi-

or nearest offer. Insall
wy

27.1.50—6n.

7 Ford V-8 5 Passenger Coupe.

CAR:

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aires. new tyres and Battery,
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ea at the price asked. ey
arranged can be seen & €
rage. 27.1.50—3n
ID CAR—One Dodge Truck
Boererneuied. One Ford V-8 Car
kup. Dial 4058.
atid 29.1.50—3n
2 1948 Saloon, one owner,
in excellent condition
29.1.50—4n.

Saloon in very good condi-
d, recently overhauled and

unning well. Can be seen between one
dt o'clock Monday to Friday.
& Co., Ltd. 29.1.50—4n,

HEVROLET—5 passenger saloo
good mechanical condition and new
; tyres, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616

P 31

CTRICAL

RICAL ACCESSORIES Hot
Single and double, Food warmers,

lamps and shades, COURTESY
RAC Dial 4391. 31.1.50—6n

1.50—6n.










0—5 Tube Pye Radio latest model

Garrard Pickup and Turn-

Hardwick #460.
29.1.50—+.f.n

old furniture, Comprising of
wand “Berch chairs, sideboards,
rs, mattress@s and beds, ali’ at rea-
‘wmble prices. ‘Call Ralph A, Beard,

RE — Large assoriment |

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be
|

in Mahogany, Blue glass Dinner Service,
Limoge Dinner and Tea Services, Glass-
ware, Chiming Clocks, Table Linen,
Carved Bedstead with Box Spring Mat-
\ress, Gent's Dresser, Vanity Table, M.T
Washstand, Gent's Mahogany Compactum,
Painted Tables, Electric Stove and other
Items. Sale 11.45 o'clock. Terms Cash!
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO..

Auctioneers.

29.1.50.—2n

__

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
THURSDAY, February 2nd at 12 noon
one Chattel House 18ft. x 10ft. 9ft.
situated at Savannah Road, Bush Hall.
Practically new. Terms cash. Land can
rented,

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
29.1.50--2n.
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UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I have been instructed to sell by
Auction on Friday next the 3rd Feb
at 12,30 o'clock at Hanschell & Larson
bond, McGregor Street, 38 Bails of Fibre
each weighing 100 lbs Terms Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer

1,.2.50—2n



REAL ESTATE

WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
SHARES—A small lot priced to yield
4%2% interest. Phone Mr. Webb, 3188

27.1.50—6n

BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-

ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
bedrooms, The dwelling house is fully

furnished. Water & electric service in-
stallede Inspection on application to
the “premises. For further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31,1,50—10n











ebW Room, Hardwood: Alley, open
Â¥8a.m. to 12 noon,
; 29.1.50-—3n

ICAL

: Hercules Silver King, wi
all models, in green and in black |
Bames & Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

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CHINE; One Treadle Sewing

ime in good condition Apply |
a Arthur, Brown's Gap, Passage
Road. 31.1, 50—2n
|

Cl & ACCESSORIES—Hercules
Phillips Ladies, Gents and Youths
cnd tubes, peda brake rubbers,
le, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391
31.1,50—6n










Wik @ weeks time. Dial 95-267
1.2.50—3n ,

ANEOUS

MILD'S TRICYCLE in good
uql.

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EX ENSIGN CAMERA ‘4 Plate
£0, Dr. K. Simon, ‘Vel, 3085,
31,1,50—2n

IN YAMS at Francia, St
i236.

¥TO ACCESSORIES ~ — Chamoie
dust wee Waxes and Polishes
(U.S.



George
31.1, 50—3r

ARAGE EQUIPMENT -EPCO Trolle:
m8 {1% to 10 tons), Blow-Torche
» Pliers, screwdrivers, open

tal wrenches. Dial 4391.
: le. 31.1,50—6n

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and

i. Special low prices. Dial 4391
Mitlesy Garage . 31.1.50—6n
OVES Primus type. pump — Dial
sy Garage 4391, 31,1.50—6n
One small Sate with combina-
Belgrave, Purity
a 27.1,50—6n-

Quantity of empty steel
4529, 3063, Purity Sales
27.1.50—6n.

neg

u hised pipe. All sorts
in, to 1
& co ua, Phone
3.12.49—t.f.n.

BRICKS—In good condition
hundred. Apply Auto Tyre
Hear St. Phone 2696
31.1.50—t.f a.
~Truck and Car Tyres 750 x
X 1h; 60°, X,5+ 600 x 16; 500 x 16°
19, Ay * 18; 450 x 17° 500 x 19,
to. Tyre Co, Trafalgar St
20.1.50—t.f.n.

Ly
: rae D SHEETS—Best Grade.
they inst a an ae $2.64,
- BARN .. Ltd.
a. 48 13.1.50—t.f.n.

of everv description. Glass.
aes

. Autographs.

Shop, adjoin.

.





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PING Masks —

Rubber Diving
Shore t,,5P@Pherd & Co., & Stan-
: Lucas St. 1,2.50—1n









-tatin Enttle neck Lisbon, delicious |
City on ee and over delivered

. Uy br at $3.00 por 100 Ibs
Pton Plantation



1,2.50—3n



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0 Watts, Cole on

1.2.50—5n |

‘lished Plate Gi }

Ste ins.. in sizen up to |
HUTCHINSON & Co

1.2.50—3n_ |

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One Grade Holstein Cow to}



THE undersigned will set un for sale
by public competition at his Office’
James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock
on Friday 10th February 1959 All that
two storied certain messuage or dwell-
inghouse and shop situate at Tudor
Street, Bridgetown, together with the
5668 square feet of land on which the
same stands. pr

On the top floor are (4) bedrooms,

. C. & Rath. A spacious yard suit-
able for BOND to the back of said
premises For inspection Dial 4523 or
3078.

For all further particulars
ditions of sale apply to.

and con-





D. LEE SARGEANT,
Solicitor.
29.1.50-—3n,
“THE RANYANS” — With the lard

thereto. containing 4 Acres 2 Roods. 31°
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate
Inspection any day except Sundave
hetween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.4f

a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 ».m,. on appli
eation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

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

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, avplv to the undersiened:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO..
20.1,50--138n





on™ worp.” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered for sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday.
the °"d dav of February. 1950 at 2 p.m

This freehold dwellinghouse contains
tallerv, 2 public rooms, kitehen and
nantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
heth ete. on first floor.

Flectric, tas and water services.

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

Inspection by apnointment with Mrs.
H. S. Bynoe, Mial 8310. ;

Further particulars and conditions of
sale apply to ...

COTTLE, CATFORD *& CO.,
Solicitors,
21,1,50.—11n.



FOR SALF OR RENT. HOUSE calles
‘Shelton’ situated at Bav Street near
Yacht Club, For particulers apply to—

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Larie.
31,1.50—2n

LAND; One Acre, 12 perches of Arable
Tand at Sugar Hill St. Joseph, contain
ing cocoanuts, breadfruit. pear. enn’:
end grape-fruit trees adjoining the Pub-
lic road water and Electricity available
for further narticulars apply to 0. A
Shorey C/o the Lazaretto. 1.2,50—2n





“THE MALL”. (Nr. Waterford Estate)
St. Micheel. Pleasant old world prop-
erty standing in anvrox. 2 acres of yleas-
ant and auite nrivate rrounds flanked by
sugar cane, 2 recention, 3 bedrooms
leree verandah, double garac¢e, stabling.
servants’ quarters, court-yard ete. This
»ronerty ‘+ offered at a very sennene
figure making it an attractive renovation
nronosition! DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agente, Anetioneers & Surveyors
Plantations Building, Phone 4649.

1,2.50—1n

“RLUF VISTA” Rockley (Near Golf
Club), New coral block residence with
unobstructed views over links and sea.
tounge, dining room, 2 bedroom- with
hnilt in) wardrobes, “tiled bathroom,
kitchen, double Fee NE, =
ters. Terraced rock garden, lawn tropi-
esl shrubs and plants DIXON &
RLADON, Anctioneers & Surveyors.

. Phone 4640.
Plantations Building. 1.2.50—In



“RURNHAM" RISHOP’S COURT
© Michael. standing on 25,175 square
fer’ of ‘and

The house eentains drawing and
Airine reoms with covered verand*h
an? usual offices, two beirooms with
empine water ene with dressing room

. Toile: and Bath upstairs. Twe
Teor with tollet and
nd worksho; and







1950, ns
CARRINGTON
LUCAS



STREET
1¢.50—8n

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UPSTAIRS FLAT at Bayswater,

cons Road with seperate yard and
age Dial 2660.

Dea-
gar-
1.2.50—21

“HILBRE” — Maxwell's Coast
May, June. Phone 2654.

“WATERFORD” —Hastings
rison Savannah). Desirable
fully furnished. Available
ruary, Dial 8330. 26.1.50—t.f.n

FLATS furnished with Refrig-
erator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,
Dial 8364, 13.1.50—t-f.n.

TL
HOUSE—tully furnished at Woodside
Gardens, Bay

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RE THE ESTATE OF
THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY
(Deceased)

NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claims against
the Estate of Theodore Dudley Sealy,
deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road,
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
Island who died on the 4th day of
October 1949, are requested to send
in particulars of their claims duly
tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora
Sealy, and Evan David Carney Sealy,
C/o Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors,
No. 2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, on or
before the 15th day of March, 1950, after
which date we shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard
only to such claims of which we.shal!
then have had notice and we shall not
be liable for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim we shall not then
have had notice.

Dated this 6th day of January 1950,
ADELINE EUDORA SEALY,
EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY,

Qualified Executors of the Estate of
THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY,
Deceased
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IS HEREBY GIVEN that as from Ist.
February, 1950, I JOHN LESLIE WART
have admitted Mr, GARDINER HOW-
ARD SPENCER to be a partner with
me in the trade or business of Gents
Outfitters, Tailors and Stationers car-
ried on by me and that the said busi-
ness will in future be carried on by
us under the style or name of “Ward
& Spencer.” All accounts due to the
said John Leslie Ward must be paid
to the firm of Ward & Spencer at
Marhill Street, Bridgetown. Dated this
30th day of January, 1960.

J. L. WARD,

G. H. SPENCER.

Trading as Ward & Spencer,
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NOTICE is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, practising together under
the firm name of Cottle, Catford & Co.,
is dissolved as at this date (on Mr
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tice) and that the undersigned, Eustace
Maxwell Shilstone and Lindsay Erci
Ryeburn Gill, will practice together ir
partnership under the same firm name
of Cottle, Catford & Co. Dated this
3ist. day of January, 1950.

GEORGE B. EVELYN
E. M. SHILSTONE
LINDSAY E. R. GILL
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Oswald Haynes o°
Retreat Village, St. George for permis
son to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &rc
at a board and shingle shop with shed-
reof attached near Market Hill, &¢
George.

Dated this 30th dav of January 1950
To: O. Peareae le Bs; a.

Police Magistrate ot, “Br
OSWALD HAYNES,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “B'' on Monday thr
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: Ficht Jamaica And | B.G. Cricket e200 258 fos)
W.L Boxer 12NUS |SouthTrinidad Team Comes sim Sesee ise

i — me oi Wolverhamp- !
His Way To Fame | Draw Game Here Today tg Wanaecers, wee ve = haa
By O. S. COPPIN The British Guiana Crichetess| bey Sheffield United, of the Second |

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lore expected to arrive to-day. The} Division oe oe moe to eae |

By IAN GALE PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 31. | Reception Committee comprising| during the wees hm held.

George Mudie Jamaica stock) Sir Allan Collymore, Kt. — as Sat at es. eae

Us 7 t his little] Jeftarm bowler starred for the) J. M. Kidney, S. OC. Se eT dard 2 rage ligne 3 get

set Oe tim tote 1 Sede’: ce tourists capturing five wickets; T. N. Pei ce, E. D. Inniss, E. LG. : their Third Division

rocery shop in Kingston, Jamaica, in charge of his mother] ¢5, 41 in 19 overs, six of which| Head, Sn-® E. A.V. Williams. bea their Third | on

and boarded a ship for England. A month ago he beat! were maidens when the tourists) W. K. Atkinson and Ww. F. Hoycs opponents by a alse res >
Parl Walls. the ‘Canadian “veiled Cherokee” in one of the] held to an even draw, South) will welcome the visitors <0) Ue







: --| Two minutes from the end, Mit-|
I i i Trinidad at Guaracara Park.| Barbados on behalf of the Bar-} : PS
toughest fights seen in England in 1949. eet Ger tastuess| Soaee ceicet schon | fen, usual ye, deadly “pices
But Lioyd did = er a of cricket fans this afternoon. The plane is expected to arrive| a penalty
tain to fight ntil * eighteen

at 2 p.m. and the Guianese play-/| the goal- ;
South batting first scored 106|... will probably put in some} First Division ciubs, Sunderlanc !
and Jamaica replied with 72 for practice later at the Oval. | and Middlesborough, were knock-
six. Highlights of the game were|" +. Britis, Guiana team will | 3 out by Second Division oppo-

aoe ao ts dae Wien meet Barbados in the first game! ents Sunderland visited Totter- |

in fine style, an impressive
knock for 20 by Thorbourn, a
stubborn innings of 22 by Super-

ego he had never worn 2
x ciove. He came becaus«

had heard that the streets o
London were “paved with gold
and that anyone could earn £1
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job washing dishes in a Lyons
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ensive restaurants which
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Thursday 9, and normally woul} slaying great football this seascn,
not have been arriving for anoth-, and are running away with the
33 h and lovely six| cr three or four days. But ab-| Second Division Championship,
sad for South and a !} 7 = = i in British Guis ~ | and ; pan he ——
by O. Roach, the first off the] +, washed out all the trial| while Middlesborough lost by the
tourists’ bowling. 7 ee. tole te ateee leah oad a's ace e





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ae ia Wie Se, eae See ® eee ——— — oat fet sOme much needed practice. | ers and Chariton Athletic were
nth ish-wasn- oa "Ricitards took ill while} Two games will be played, each | three First Division teams which

walk “yi Cline eae of five days duration. could only force a replay against



completing a run and had to be Second Division opponents. Derby
taken off the field, his score was \'shaked four goals at Bury, while
five.

; |Bolton and Leeds fought out a
Rickards again proved the best Triangular Foc »tball one-one draw, the same as Charl-
of the tourists’ bats with a sound tot and Cardift in Londen.
knock before he was unfortun-

ately run out. Tournament —Reuter.

one day ana Sav
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te to be a xfessional box- The scores: — .
er. Not long after he won hi SOUTH TRINIDAD Ist INNINGS In St. Kitts . iV A ON
first fight against Frank Johnson LLOYD BARNETT. . Mohaiuned b Mudie 19 Sa JAP INVITATIO!
of Canada by a knock-out ailinkaniathpae ©. Supersad b Goodridge 2 Fifteen Antiguan Footballer 4
Twenty-Six Fights > Soe a ae " | left for St. Kitts where they will TOKYO, Jan. 31
Since then Lloyd has had 2 . s hi Maratan run out 10 | take part in a s¢ ies of matehes| The Japanese Athletic Associa-
and has been gettin. Jack Dick K.07's | %. Payne e wipe: > Futter > . scheduled to commence on 4th/tion amnounces that it had re-
heavier and heavier. He starte 1 Roach P Mudie jen b Mudie 14 | February. Mr. Ralph Camacho! ceived an invitation from the
off as a middleweight, then fough Kid John In |S. Ali Ibw Mudie 1. | js manager and the team is as | International Federation to send
as iserweight, and now tip: s Hosoin e Groves b Thorbourn , | follows:— O. Joseph (Capt.), H.|a team to an International meet-
the 182 pounds. He owe s Rate 2 , ho,|ing at Stockholm startin
the ti k EXTRAS 2 | Anthonyson, Rudolph Camacho, g on
ag ‘ Ar Ist Round . “qq/ L. Dover, B. Dover, H. E. D. Kir-| March 20.—Reuter.
: Thur om : ~~ -;non, A. Challenger, J. Athill, R.! ur
: aan, ee "tikes: I of ae a o —_ BOWLING um oR. wy) DeSilva, T. Frederick, A. Roberts,
5 ther tensive training e Jic c arbados score a KMOCK~,. o } . ; : - Ss. . .
? +g he does an hou out on the Guianese boxer Kid | Mudie ote ae fae ee ~ a Beat Lisbon
a but when goin u | John in the first round of their | 770vS 3 oi 6f Mont il b ge oe
fig ne Saal he at tele 1 i323 Montserrat wil] be represented
2. : eee gated b ; 1 14 ©!by E. L. Kelsick (Capt.), J. P Club 5-0
Pate ea if 3 2 1 1 | Meade, S. Davis, M. Gallwe
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PAGE KOl'R THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE BARBADOS ^ AIAOOATE -f— i ...—i WtM br flM AS.ocau Co LM St Hro) Si. Wednesday. February 1. I*5a> "l.iUli4 hildrra" BECAUSE of the zeal of a few who refuse to be disheartened, social welfare continues to make progress in an island where it had such a bad start. This week the spotlight is turned on the activ:those who arc interested in baby welfare facilities for the mothers of St. Philip and St. Thornas. On Saturday the Committees of the Baby Welfare League of those panshos are sponsoring a cabaret and ball at the Drill Hall in an attempt to get public interest and support for their worthy cause. All those who buy tickets for this ball vill be helping to make their contribution to a work which is alleviating the lot of the mothers who are too poor to avail themselites of nursing homes, hospitals and even mid wives. It ia work for children, and those who love children will not grudge support of a cause so worthy and a task so great. Mrs! H. W. Peebles and Mrs. H. G. Cummins are particularly to be praised for the inspiration of the movement, but a long f social workers have rallied to thensupport. Those who remember the work of the late Mrs. Florence Browne and %  John Becklc? to-day. know that 11 against great odds that they fought their way to success. In every walk of life in this island to-day their work if approIt is because the children of the poor have been given a new lease of liftBut thi'r success has bevn partial Mich C done. Too willing helpers, bu* .1 : htindi cannot be expected tlonc to make MttiAce without great*.-; and support from the general p It is recognised in every civilised community of people that the welfare of the leu fortunate is the concern of the entire body, but inertia and egotism are major obstacles to greater advances in social welThere is no question of subsidising those who can afford to bear their own burden*. The objects of both the St Thomas and St Philip Welfare League are the practice of charity They can achieve little more than a drop of water in an ocean of misery but they v. least have achieved that. li the duty of every civilised munity to care for it* young people. This week set apart foi the assistance of mothers and children may well act as a spur efforts of chanty and mercy. It ia or. the neglect o. d mercy that the demagogue and charlatan rind fuel hast Arts a ml I rails !T IS satisfying to record the tascn lit in this island Within recent weelb than I i vural txhiL. which have shown how much taU public recognition in Barbados and other West Indian Islands. In the past a few kept the light burning but with the tnti ..-r experience and background the circle has been wider. : Mrs. Hamilton and ol there was little opportunity beside the Annual Industrial Exhibition, have been added the techniques : a MacLeod, and a Harrison. A Broodhagen and a Payne have been able to show that within a more circumscribed West Indian background, worthwhile contributions to paintinj other branches of art can also be made. Quaac's Park is now tie arena of a outlay of %  paintingi of quality bu pottery and handmade article*. and 1iatai so to make up a collection wtuah torn So prove that there U talent waiting for opporlurjty. Particularly rncour-i.'-f. k section wh.tr. -Jes. shoe* AIM. other lirna vie with each other .n procuumins the versatility and technique of Barbados" structed and responsive yeuafer irmritioc. II ceneat give of iu best ***4 bloat* m forth public support aari ancouraflMDcnt. Election And Other MAPPING THE COLONIES W.* s From Britain Bv ll.uiit Temple Mob IK LET us see It through todates fighting the election There instance, is becoming more gcthar" is reported to be Labours were less than 900 last time. 1 staunchly L Through.' or will it use the Preacher "Prt that regrettably Bntair troubles of the country for bitter A ** %  > rreacner *~ ^^ Europe' campaigning against a future ConFor half an hour, thu Sunday. %  Cs • bad press ID bi op an acci%  aW m %  %  %  m %  dent, and has been assistant secreA toewtv has bsen formed in tary of the National institute for London ^riicn will have the be set up in areas most needing the Blind for the past eight >ears wtiolehrart.il support of all Who attention, as soon as possible. The are interested In services to society will be able to send help The society has power to estabthe British Empire nd advice to schools already eslish travelling eye clinics and othei Society for the Blind, which will tablished. in such places as Trimmedical services, to promote sightdeal with problem, of blindness dad. Barbados and Jamaica. "'tog propaganda to fount ^.goTc^STapAtnc. prraenU the greast Us*. SS^'SiES.'SK. TaV .^ %  l^SJuhLM^SS^Tl in Child blindness has risen alarmkinds, and to adapt the Braille M?M f i-? BUni ^ the >*&. and "me are only four system to the languages spoker i ?U^r^r,r,,^,.tnrt %  ">" schools for the blind there m the colonies In many parts ol %  u liuiuaslr sisn9 Coast and two in Northern Rhowhich infects the human blood-^nuhlEhea^ rmiwpSner d** 1 Th y "ler for only two stream and eventually k: Vra^.t The hundred blind in alL This appallupti C nerve. It has been proved thai 1 now Sen formed '" "<* of affairs could hardly be this part.cular disea ^.direct ,jt^ ol^eirin; WOTe and '" boun,i ,0 ** a onchocerviasis. can be come long time before Improvements completely eliminated by steril' .. w ,-.. are-. izing rivers and spraying cattk to 1 ^ ^a^ The secretary and chief execu ^•ffSS"^^^ alone at least one million people llV e officer is Mr. John W.lvn. ^ e ^orti^r forestoUed t cannot sec. Public consciences were who will appreciate the difficulties !" ;__ £*?££* awakened when it was revealed that beset those without sight per%  "* %  "*^* M ^ i that righty per cent of this blindhaps better than any of his colIt is a grave reflection on those neas could have been prevented leagues. He was himself blinded administering to the needs of the bj knowledge of modern methods and technique* f 10.00a was granted t. National li for the Blind to cover th. costs. It was given on the assumption that a similar amount will be found from colonial sour> I already more than half th asked for has been contrit uta the eela Although the headquarters of the new society will resna London, independent rranchen will Ttsslus's I houith. LET IS LABOri for that larger romprebeselaa ef trath. and that more thoronah resrfssUaUen of error %  feiafe shall nuke the hbtory of mankind a series of attending deM-lwpniriiU. country, that these simple measure* have not been taken—measures that would have such immediate and testing effect. The British Empire Society for the Blind is an unofficial body which places it in an excellent position to advise Government*. or even plead with them. In addition it has enough influenu-l support and experience for it to (able to help other voluntary organisauens without seeming u WEDNESDAY. KMiJAJ ,P*lt B * rrtrr llillor. LONDON. (By Mail) DURING the next few months, map* will be prepared in England which will enable •:s to be taken about a score ol Colonial problems. The route to be followed by •h-South rail link through Centraljj Africa, the areas for agricultural developments in West Africa, the site for the new hydro-electric plant in North Borneo; these and many other pressing problems will be tackled in the light of the latest geographical information. The maps themseh'es are now being pre-; pared by the Directorate of Colonial Surveys at Teddington. Middlesex. They are being; compiled from photographs taken by thej RAF Survey Squadron of eight converted Lancaster bombers. During the last three years. 400.000 photographs have been taken by aircraft of this squadron and from the. photographs over 100.000 miles of Colonial' territory have been mapped. Wonderful work is being done by the Directorate. But have you ever paused for a moment to consider how all the maps are made, how the strips of aerial photographs are translated into accurate detailed plans? It is not an easy process and certainly not Dne that can be done in a hurry. Even the crudest form of map. without any contours, takes five weeks to compile from the time the photographs are received. When the photographs arrive at Ihe office of the Directorate of Colonial Surveys they are in strip form. Each photograph overlaps the next one by two-thirds and the bottom edge of each photograph is also duplicated when the aircraft flies along to take the next strip. But obviously, a map cannot be prepared lust by drawing direct from the photographs, because although in the centre of the photographs the detail would be accurate, there would be distortion towards the side. This distortion of course varies with the height I from which the photograph is taken. The Directorate has an ingenious method for overcoming this difficulty. It makes use' :>f the fact that the area immediately below the camera is not distorted in the photograph. This point is marked off. and another easily, distinguishable object such as a tree, a ; waterfall, a road or a mountain, previously surveyed from the ground, is also recorded.; Then, by use of a geometric formula other I areas can be ascertained in their correct per-1 spec live. This process naturally entails overlapping the photographs to some degree and m uriier : to avoid too much confusion, celluloid sheet.*' are used in place of the actual photos. When; these sheets, called templates, have been' correctly aligned they are placed on to a large drawing board marked off in squares, rather iike a giant chess board. The previously recorded points on the photographs are then pin-pricked through the templates on to the drawing board and, with frequent references to the original photographs, the actual details can be drawn in free hand. The size of the map is then reduced photographically and roads, rivers, forests etc, can be added. In this preliminary stage the map is then ready for use. But while this form of map is perfectly accurate for measuring distances and seeing the position of roads, it cannot be used for determining heights. If contour lines are to be added to the map, then additional processes are necessary. First the photographs are reproduced accurately to something approaching the size of a lantern slide. Three of four slides are inserted in a machine called a multiplex projector which imitating the approximate position of the plane when the photographs were taken, projects them on to a flat surface. The projections are done alternately in green and red and by viewing the successive reproductions through a pair of spectacles with a red lens and one green a relief model can be distinguished. The determination of heights will then follow. Place names for all the maps are supplied to the Directorate by the responsible authorities overseas. They are reproduced by letterpress and then stuck on to the drawn map I before being photographed. fWUl ,wl u iis.ia, UcEWANS RED LABEL BEER -per Boltl, "% \, m •• —per Case .'^* > A" HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD In Mavunnaual: C *Hi Large Tin HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD in lJavonni.u.'' al Small : "*" alORTON-S PEA SOUP S_ J ard MAKI: roi i: .-/.,./.' I70A I DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. •IS ill AIM IIS Mi To Tht Editor. Tne AdcocaU. 1. K. Will \ol ll l| The West Indies To Get Ships the cost which in recent yean hi. .rotas ""H **"* '" *• loo l queue probU m vital tu the success oi IIMIllllTi! '"""wist ** %  "* ' 1C ""'" '"*'" urpM '-"wkat the Wast 'JSZ 0n to UKIndian visitor West India Committee in i^^Srr surTers a delay of months awaitcafl shut up The foUowusg latter "' s passage, and such as do i.y Mr A E V. Barton. Sacntao vcnlu '> ""M' one Ond a great of the West India Camaslttae 11 ,w 1 — ,h ** r um ,n *•• country SHIP FAN t Pllll'l' Si-cuml Tu lltmit' Prwluv> <"• rs M friess Any parents ^Sf7.„Tii„w^' L. snxious to uke advantage, of the Britain I Kingdom market second tasks is the need to make an or Psardiaral with a child who r -'t:*„ !"•"""' '."Y "'' %  h a ta a t ai l ; ,I,I, T .,,-. paauil w,aladga ouraalv*, •, grra "'' '" *j <' % %  -' Peodneai ,v, .•,.•.:...•. bra**j as Una* arhtca %  '>'' within this category whe %  •Hav/thV^-!^^^T.hTiw, to them by the colonies This canout active support to all • %  % %  • %  nglit to maintain whatwill safeguard Austrian independwould like the child sent away vil uf RreiahTtik^r a^M?V,' n ot .'" aattaatad. but it :s unurea to promote the welfare of the *" preferences kr other special ence and provide for th* with' tnrhing should communicate;} STRAWBERRIES laalUr^h^TvSi^2re "oubtedly ver> great Brie ,,d Common^!*"!"Ti> may be necessary drawai of Russian forces ..mulutherefor* with th* Hon SecreUr; } GUAVAS ir. lay at snip, to bring visitors across ,!,,„ d u We .hall be prepared to offer a r-ousl. >vlth tLoa* of th* ~~ — r, ol the Association eo ,..< PEARS *J5?" -"""' to "" " ^?*.i rc ,c h nd >""•' P the new rSlua-anteed market ,1 a remunerSSS ^^ wjar. cincT^I^oirrtaci^Sl ^^^ Have uckled th. tionsh.p. ,., the : .1th au.y price tor some colonial pro"""" %  auchleL AT 'eaVtai.ifSnkiiues FOOD VALUES and I.. 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I?S f better, and :. th Bntish and AmerlciTlre: iieSher^to r^u^gi^iaf SSner m* b ** nnta "2*~2"" %  SLSSr^aJZT "* %  """' •• of^rSunten^o^^SckT 1 A" -; ••"* up a permaner l under suitable condition. .ariilninaliatliirT 1 provu.aa passenUaiaot: sought All cvelop colon %  ** % %  ** a • re**lT*s Empire and rnm sa rw wealth Govrilories to th* advantage Orilf \nd Dumb %  r g i ni as m aa igai.al loss, emmenb snu ""*' fmo otlcials. and cthc. •..-. ursnl Tas 0d u* oo* hand • nnd field of laaaasrlal defer.,-, ai leals set forth To Tht EdiioThe Adrjocu* need i cuss together the need for a comin the Charter sm — Through th* co-ODMia. sums in schemes of mon .. .: Nations and will sustain all of the Trinidad Association!.. i combined staff so as to work agasictoa ft— lg*sfd to promote th* aid ol th* Date and itiBrtiinir It U ud th* of th* ALMS COLLYMORK. President BETTY AJUH. Hon. Secretary B'dot Assn. In aid of theDeaf and tumb PEACHES PRUNES BRUSSEL SPROUTS MIXED \-EGETABLES CUCUMBER SALAD ANCHOR MILK POWDER CROWN DRINKS (7 Flavours) GOLD BRAID RUM TOP NOTCH RUM liiirT^H Dailr j.RBRIAB Pfcoo. GODDARD'S TO** .: %  ,: %  .'.: % 



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TilIll'ARV 1. lftSu MacLeod Is Bestseller ,-IL.T 1" •• I > %  Jrcn'< o] Till 1 HARBADOS ADVOTATr. PAGE FIVE ,,rt< Exhibition %  uf Mr n from 10 1 pmevery "• %  •'' an 1 Wl1 .' '" aiuriW afternoon next. |Jmiuiw< The nun mug fl the reminder of the da-Fjjrmittent .ingles Ml Jalaar Square, which ls 8 cn_ 5|M busiest between S and A to tbe mornins. was I .1 these times. Clerks Jrt •hdlenn on side walks £"!„„> of the Square, were I Er Stores, hut ..win* to tSTaty -ere held up. II iM rOLh 11M umbrellas and wearing tTbul tn largest umbrella I Hut which 111 erected i Mice Constable on point L^MT the Nelson Statue. It Ebive been J colni [ZireUa rved us purpose liadwtfl remain at that spot %  torn a sun-shade for the bk a **? no1 j niters In Roebui dnd shops were \ pedeslu.iii'. who were %  tufferer • Kkad his or her goods on tho %  Knei %  rusn | \ pavemen; and Lotlbe vegetables ami fruit L3 parts, and St. Anil parts— that bciiellted most %  rains on Monday r ,ji0ck yeatordaj mo e last period the rainfall re%  wrt City S parts, Station I Damci i parts, St. George B^^BL Philip TOKEM RESOLUTlO\ PASSED By HOUSE 7U part*, St. 1'eter 88 St. Jowpn 67 parti, si %  r 30 parts and St. A iTABOll \while then HMK down 1 %  %  JTbwkeout ,-ii Flag Stall Idli latitruyed 25 holes of second 1 npg canes bclongi'iK to WalIfWd. of the same address. %  ( %  DM are covered by insur|lKRTJOi:i)AN 7Hi I Y: i. Black Rock, i | bout l.oo Monday. A pott morlem was performed by L B. Simon and di auaee, 1088 of a shirt valued was reported by Joseph of Bulls Alley I taken from his Me between 4.30 p.m. and un on Ha K WOODi %  -1.08 it t id I m pV^Mreii between wpmon Saturday. AOCmtM ccuired un toad at about -_^Jn. on Su owned and ridden in ^^^^ %  t of Four Square and the ir : land driven | of Keodal, St. John front wheel and fork of the f were damaged but no M0NDA1 | %  'i K l c d house Ifct, al Oi .;. I to th( extent of $48 wa %  is not Insured ~jwned by Belfteli ,'fiff „r the incident it •ubduinn the bh h,vs 105 holes of In^^^Kfrom the lands of ^mriiatK n on M §7** Mr H A £_ %  the " *< %  an P t .*J* r •rticles to the •I3.0B an missing. %  i hour's i.nii y..|.ii;,., stopped all work in the harbour. :.iied with cargo from Iha wen lying alongside tj alter The rain held up shortly after midday and work started again. Some waterfront labour rain water Crom unloaded lighters while other) were engaged in the landing and removal of the cargo. Portland otnv sheets, drums of X-iOO motor oil, galvanize sheets and 04J rare among the coinmoindlad. The hustle of lorries, handcarts and people was nv tred around the lower end "1 tth wharf. The flow of traflio was it n slow rate as tin i Up in port. 3 Factories Start Grinding Canes Tin.,factories have started their cano crop. Foursquare, St. os, Christ Churcr th) 2trd "i on the 30th. Uut to a good supply of rain ... | l.lg CrOP !: %  expected and these three factornig swiftly forward U I'uiish their reaping and All of the other Cacti expected to begin early millionth. Most of the factories have beer Improving their aqulpm the 1949 crop from th. nation Fund and quicker and lent grinding will be h* this season. Mobile Cinema At Christ Church Cinema wa Tabor, St. John, on Fi i Warners Pasture. Christ Church. will be given In Ships Here On Friday Due to %  | N't The 'Lady KelfOO" uuda and SI bringing fro/en and g*W North \ieoa Patriot" from Halifax with cargo. Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co-. Ltd are local ageni leon", while those of the Alcoa Patriot"" are Messrs. 1>^ %  Co.. Ltd. s> From Pare 3 country with malaria and fllaria and EngUi an loth to irless they could be enough money in I they could take the vantage of their leave. itii Harbarvn that 'his was B) country Referring to the proposal by ant in connection with leave passages for officers, they were told in the Report of the Commlttea that where an officer wax going on vacation leave, he would be entitled to one fottyt'ighth of the cost of return passage for himself and his wife in I each month u MI .nid that he should be entitled to use such passages when he liked when going on vacation leave and that i..it lam should be given after four years uf aei Mr. Crawford said that Mr Adams had recommended live years before leave passage was granted but that seemed to be too long and now they were being aaked to accept four years. U.K. Pastacc The passage to the United Kingdom and return was roughly apaaalng $t.2Q0 -nd it an officer had to take his wife with him it would mean an additional $1,200 Dm his salary. No .lumber of the House or the GovermAent unless he was insane should attempt to ask the colony to support the resolution before them and when it came to the next one it would be nothing but they were to support it. till not afford to pay leave passage either for the two n aaten %  i 'tie ofAceri in the schedule because it was beyond the Of the colony. He felt thru they were other things which needed their atten'">n like UM !"'onstruction of the East Coasi Hoad and the can&flslurtitirtloo Swamp. Hifish r.mana and Trinidad were paying leave passI no reason why they should do the same. Looking at the matter dispasf point of view of the average Civil Servant, %  aid MiCrawford, it did appear as ii there was more fustlAcatlon for giving leave passage to Headind Assistant Masters of schools. That was ;o say, if they agreed to the principle, there was some justification for extension to include Government Servants lower down In the fills was certainly more desirable than giving free passage to the wife of say the Government Inspector o r the Deputy or the Engineer of Highway! and Transport etc. Temporary Arrangements He felt that %  'it should have been made to attract the teachers, for ; Inlon the cola :nniit itself to iay leave Kven if it did the whole basil of the matter before them was completely contrary to the ueomiitendalion of the Civil Servant Commissioner. Before its adoption, if it w'ere adopted at all. they should be told why those in the lower branches I included He Linderstoi>d on reasonably correct authority, that the Whuley Council a body recognised bj I i I in the ln| to figures ]U not agree ed by the Labour Comr %  %  before hV the cost of living for th' H rara^mbarad in 1948 bar 1949 has jumped | when the question of the increase of salaries for the Unestablishc.i Staff was before trie House, and when the Government had pro• than %  nanny .:\ hour increase, that the majority of members had opposed H that the ;imount should at least be four cents. At that lime an attempt was made to push it down the throats of hon. members that the Whitley Council themselvt 1 had endorsed the, proposal for n 491 Casks Salted Fish Arrive Here As motor vessel "I. sailed into the Q day morning the murmur "it is well laden !:< %  heard around the waterfront, Four hundred casks of no, Newfoundland were lying In r\ land's" hatches for Barbados. The 'Ferryland". on It Barbados from Newfoundland. i pa to s: Vu Grenada where it discharged It is e\| %  either this evening or to-morrow for British Guiana to load i urn for Newfoundland. Yest B.U.O.C. fuel trmk %  %  %  tanks wUfa %  u.r the return trip to Newfoundland. Bad weath) r I rival of tl %  two days' late. It took 12 days from St John's to St. Vincent, while it would ha iu day* under normal weather i The voyage from St. V Grenada, was made in nine hours and from Grenada bar hours. Cost Of Living Jumps I Points four points over that i I bar, e on ail items since IMS ll 121 while the Increase 00 foii for tinsame period is 117 per cent. $210 Missing From Schooner 9 MeU] v luiu •' %  %  'Co .'i. .i could be i 11 penny Whitley Council If the recommendation n f tin too, thai as regards technical officers such as colonial engineers and the like, this colony presented r,, difficulty in engineer me such as British QuiBM and T Indad for tnataaeo. Hen I He had notice.for leave |iissa>;i Assistant Attorne Legal Draughtsman. Did this mean hat they had got to offer men %  ^rfllt hw to these officers? Sure> the Attorney General of Barbados did not have • v. same legal afattttj Mti.rney (ieneml Ol British Qu an.i who had to be eng In the drafting ol Uoenaaa for the mining of ite coal. etc. Concluding Mr. C av : cd: "Can we afford n I per month over and BOOVC an mi and 1 tj wife a free trip to England aver? four years? Mr. Adams tL> said that lawould like to hear all hon, members views but he did net propose to deal with the n 'eave passages then, ns well see hon. -"ember> might have va lous advices which could be taken back to the Executive Comntttee so that the matter might receive further consideration. Principle He, however, was asking hon members to see that the principle waa essential, it was that some sort of guann %  •be given to those who wen in the balance. Govert.nu hired m the moil language that the question ofj V~ usages waa more lot] tant to some teachers tl increased salaries. asking hon. mrml>er. [0 pan the Resolution AdmittedK It WOUkl admit the principle of leave passages but the details as to whether i school maai get leave passage (or I • nd so on. could be considered itj another time. Later Mr. Adams pointed out I that the matter of l,,, contrary to the suggestion i hon. junior member for St. Philip was accepted by the Wl Council as well as the Cemi and the Government Mr. Motllry (Bj pointed out I that while appreciating the ent difficulty as rego i • hon. Junior tnernb) St Philip he felt that some tat rary arrangement should l)een made to get the teachers in I the school. He was never in favour matter of leave passages Bj i thought the proposed set-up wa-; I something which should l l back to the Government to be i1 vised. He felt that if they ,:, to pass the Resolution make It absolutely clear that th*) were not committing v to paragraph six of the Addendum which dealt with leave passages. In respect to this difficulty In getting teachers he would like t< suggest the possibility of some solution. There was %  of teachers everywhere right here in this island a number of anbltloui men with the net i who were willing to go out and study, to qualify HS tea. Mra to glvi I was a fan and ha thought th.it id lie taken to give the -<,-. %  % %  %  their nil After iVither discussion M E. K. Walcott said that think they should selves to accept lea\< a matter of principle Since ther>was no other wa) disagreement he moved that • I mark of censure they should reduce the amount by three dal'ars. Mr. Wilku. motion and it was iff* already stated. The Ri was then passed USED TO DREAD WORK mm-" He Lost IhePauas in hit No wonder this man going to work, for r:. pains in his srms madr |i to use thrm. Vet to-da^ niter than ever mod work tj i pleasure, HS ha lells in hi I "1 had been sufffirM. riieumatism vary badl] ueb pains in my arm* i Knew how to use them WB told to try K and after usir-.*. found relief, fto. ofcour*-kept on with It. am BO I nughly better and have B) mlserablo and sluggiKh I it is a pleasure to work lost can of a dread." -S.B. Iha pains and stiffoess of 1 rheumatism are usual. by deposits of a* aaa the muscles and lotnU, K xtlmulates the ki Ii I mi aaitaaJ healthy action so t r.At fill th) through the na'.ural i When that roen, aches and pat i. : go too. Freshness ai; I are restored. If you are tro.. matlsm, give Kruschvn a trial, 1 You eau net It from • DRINK CLAYTONS KOLA TONIC Your Coat of [,ivinK Bonus for Thursday Friday C Saturday Usually Mii:\v.ws HID i.xiiii. BEER—pw bst .27 Mel WANS RED LABEL I1KI:|{—per cane S6.48 .21 S4.X0 I.X.I.. RASPBERRY 1AM, per boi. I nail] sic. a I.'. MONK .-. GLASS ::i v\( HANOI I Flniuiin %  pl,i. tack makinii 1 pinl—l.\uullv Me, Now lie, FRY'S DELUXE ( 18KJ I CHOCOLATES ROWNTREE8 COTTAOJ CHOCOLATES t \lllll ItV S ( HARM SI llll.s CHOCOLATES lib Tins TOfSBBS TiM JACOBS BBUtCTED Risrt'iTs • i II, in 1.08 QUAKER PUPPED WHEAT 30c. QUAKER MUPPSM 3lc. QUAKER (OKNFI.AKES 32c. QUAKER DATS, Tin. 37c. QUAKES OATS. pkt. 93c. CORN TOASTIKS MM, WIK.TAHIX llarite) 45c. l I IM1IX (small) 28c. ROBINSON'S PATENT BARLEY (l'K*) 79c. ROBINSON s PATENT BARLEY I-11111111 42c. MORTONS OATMEAL NBSPBAY M1|!K, 21-lb 2.7 NBSPBAl Mll.K, Lib 7c. Tins JACOBS CREAM (HACKERS Ml 1.3* PEAS 1 KUAN'S RISC CITS in !-lh pkls Uaribaldi 40e. Biiiirli.Mi 47e. ( nsliiril Cream 4 3c. I i ml Cream 1 3r. Nice 4*c. Tins FRESH MUSHROOMS. Tins SMI Dl.KVS I'KAS Tins BATCHELOR'S PEAS.. Tins FARROW'S PEAS I ins STRAWBERRIES Bodies ( III KHIKS I inI'l.ARS Iloiilos \PPI.E JUICE Tins BLACK CURRANTS HEINZ BROWN VINEGAR SIIITT'S 1.1.|l 1.1 R BUM 55c. 42c. 17c. 17c. 95c. 53c. 51c. 84c. 96c. Site. LDLDMADE STORES i tho HUM laga. The iobbei'i place on •rlday night last. R h •ho money fror -"riday to ; %  %  lisaing from tl house were two Bank | ind a gold chain value St. Mary's Church Wl isi -.M \v La| irbruar*. 7.30 o : l*ri-l Hill Candle Mass Procession. oattor, why not do so :># ((uesUone^ Mr. Crawford. The Whitley Council did not agree with the Resora the House. If that the pfl ... I ngreed, then thnt that Government did not know what they war) %  ..bout trio alarlat paid by British Guiana and Trinidad. Those plat lay £2.000 i" • Master but needed a Science Mas%  rit could not do this and wouM have to be satisfied with wh.i %  they could afford without affecl%  l their education. It should be borne m G ROWENA MASH AND CHECKERS The most important Feed for Chickens in.iilili> Pl'KINA for ils special purpose. Oliliiiniihlifrom II. JASON JONKS & CO., I.TH. KENSINGTON OVAL 111 %  HKI AKV . 10. 11. 13 A 14 IN .111 II; KKHKt ARV U. 17. IK, N II un i ,„ 1 in ii.ii, "' N H ion 1 11 U.I.I Mill •! Wl) >l! JH "I I -r. in i„. CkMUd I/per da) r..r U c .r-l'.rkl VOIK LK : a TOURIST SHD IIHKSD.W Pafei. M OUR I'IKlKNIX PHARMACY Branch wi. In all day bul will r. Saturday KrlniMrv Ith fur half-holiday. HM4.IIIS LTD. we know how to 'size you up IF VOIlilv SHOUT IF v.. „. |,0N(i IF VOIHI: SUM I We can fit you to a "T" . And that "T" might wal tailored" lecause we make suits i signed for the man with as aba problem! No matter what your measurements we run out In a suit that really fits too '. Come in To-da> — see our i of Worsteds, Tweeds, Serges CAVE III Plli:IIl aV to.. Lid. 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET



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H'rdn %  "••• %  %  I'rbriii* r> I III .10. Barbauoa ^uflcate Frier: IVi: eiHTI Year ."S .".. rRUMAN O.K's WORK ON SUPER BOMB ruman Will Read reech Jones' Letter L,,V/ To Reveal C'wealth All-Oil Plan NEW YORK, Jon. :ll. L1DKNT TKCMA.N and Ihr United Stales Senate ure r^LsioVr a letter, said In he from Mr. Arthur Creech "Vui.li Colonial Secretary, lo th. r,t Nairobi, which is said in "i-n Vmtriran oil out of the wl Itta* J"a. Ihr V -lo-dsy. i" the East African Cmvprove that Britain hole Commonwealth fl I imt reported from Wash%  i added thai DM I self "ii to curtail Lfn%  tlrst Intima'.i Ipartlta financial the United States. Li On Ibli I .nt. tiM letter said. 'The 01 have as yet not gone teyoad expression of regret that the proposal and steps have now bCCII taken to put th i in the UK. It is not flea.nd t arrange full nibitttutwn "f sterling fue' Oil foi doUu nil at present imimrted in 1 \frica for inland consumption". The letter, which >..;ii. in .it .1 recent meeting of .an National Petroleum .i %  lor Ministry was unI unsullied, the DtWS> .Ui' —Renter And All Forms Of Atomic Weapons d.^n !" "^|K';; '"'' '" """' •%  '• " — "-" Cr Road Hoods Continue In British Guiana Highways Threatened tiALFH ni m HI (che Denounces pDisrimiilali"'! | WASHINGTON f YORK. Jan. 31. > Bunche, former UnitsMediatoi (oi Pa I Wide in lal discrimlna%  aaaDgton wu "scandal( who is an Amerl* completing his last year > become an Assistant II his post Ithe United Nations fc Department. Me said tii.it the AmeriI bid made gains but "lbeav> econoiiia disQ anti-racial and antittMlccs make a mockon and f Of the United NaPoBee Refuse To Sanction Torchlight Parade In Belize —Kr-.ter muni si > \\ ill ck India CHIANG YORK, Jan. 31 • Chiang Kai-SI'k ful! •'"lployment """aSVSSBil l.ltnaindlHI ilhi.i/.t, Jun. at. John Storey, tuc JJIH ul Police, to-oay declared thai he had refuM ten lore nn.it. torchlight parade 00 I cause the lVupuV leaden, Johnny health and Qeocfl> i'liie, may be unable to control the tonii-bearing crowd, thereby endangering wooden buildings in the city. A daylight torchlight parade is allowable, but the linal decision recta with the Executlvi Council. [ght 3.oou people .it the Joint Battletuui Open Forum ana Unemployed Relief Conunlttee A eic furious at rumours that the Superintendent of Police i ('copies' Committee load e ri permission to hold u monster OOUntrywtdC .if:devaluation demonstration on Friday night. The people threaten to LMTCh with or without permission. Hundreds out of all the live districts are expected to pour into the city for the demonstration on Friday. ken complain that one month has past since devaluation nr.d unemployment is growing iinl prices are mounting, though amor had declared defaluatloa is a necessary prelude to immediate developn %  %  CommM: > attack Ii publish i York Wm". Is reported I I to consolidate their but hai ion Inf The Gen •>i • I Commuiii: ... Inrlo I bnk m ti '" %  f —Kcutcr Another Demonstration ne growing of another demonstration -Alien MneaM %  ETTorts are being made to llnu if (lag used by the Bay%  ton, which the speak. used to be flown above the Union Jock in the early days declare that while devaluation of the British pound be I blunder it is dona with the aoneat purpose of saving 1 economy, but the deUafa Honduras dollar was a deliberate act of 'i-hoiM'sty and allowed speculate huge profits at the of the people Of Bntish and allow BnitUth Invasion to secure local labour • . B* l ili!i QaUjiCUfiiXfwn, > %  tMuua poured down M Ho DUgDOU uiaoeti .lie, oaapata u i Kepi i< %¡ anting back runn* n.itei: Tinrailway Line and main highways were gravely threatened btl LfOtt is being made tO Keep oh* the water by sanduag^'"K UN side-, of the line. Villagers, in desperation, havt cut outleti to the aea through the East Coast public road, which has forced the closing of the road to all Tattle, bringing extra pcc e %  un on the railway. From the West Coast come reporta that flood waters an alao threatening the Demorara-Essequebo road and rail and emergency gangs and engineen have been dispatched this evening to keep watch. From Pomeroon, the colony*? largest ground provision centre, which suffered heaviest loss in provisions, etc came a telegram from villagers telling of pica 1 distress and sunennu and| appealing for relief After consultation with the K\ecutive Council, the Governor. Sh Charles Woolley, decided to B) to t'c dis'-ict to-morrow (Wednesday;. (cars exist for the coming week-end when the %  prlng tide riaea to 19 feet, four inches, winch will w unbelievably disastrous if accompanied by high winds. The Meteorological Department reported to-day that the wind velocity Is increasing daily. Last Saturday the maximum velocity recorded was 11 miles per hour and increased on Sunday to fifteen miles —By Cable Token Resolution Passed By House Leave Passages AW Favoured irity vote ol 12 to t the Hi me %  I Assrnii.lv la; amended by the reduction %  rk cf censure against the principle ol leave pas: Head Teachers and s, m Teachers ol I'usi and Saoondary Schwils. a token Resolution dollars. Some members had cxpresse.l liu mil in favour of the principle, and eventually the amendment was suggested by Mr. E. K. Wulcoll (K) who pointed out thai it was the only way members could register their diafavoui • %  :., M. Alldcr. Mi !i %  Ing, Mr. Ward. Mr. I K GUI, Mi. WiIkniMin Mr U 1 Bth*U and Mr. Goddard I Noei: The Speaker. Mr. Cox. .i ... Mr. Mapp. Mr. Millci. Dr. Cummins, Mr Branekar, Mr CZECH LETTER SPIES PRAGUE. Jan. 31. From tomorrow, all mad abroad must bear the name and address of the sender. who must deliver the mail to the post office In with proof of his Ident i ty. letters addressed for abroad. Which are dropped into lettei boxoa Will be re* %  ader in Caeobogloi —Renter. Truman Seeks Aid For Palestine Refugees 31 aaked WASHINGTON. Jan President Truman hai Congress to appropriate 527.450,000 for a combined relief Qd public works programme U.K. Theatre Head For Jamaica ON LECTURE TOUR sought would be half the cost of a programme which Uh Nations Economic Survey HI sion said was needed to • hundreds of thousands oi displaced by the recent ilghtum NORWICH, Norfolk. Jan. 31 Mi W. Nugent Monck, founder ind manager of the Maddermarcet Theatre, Norwich, is leaving by air to-morrow (or a two-month I grave design, which ecture tour in Jamaica, sponsorj niter an on-the-spot stud nd Mr r L Walcott. Wr. O It. Adam*. (b>, moving the passing "f the Reeelutlon, reiminded nwrnben that the awn of | $10.00 ws abi .mount that as honjourable membets knew. lh< itioti m the Island would go down less theo t.mi the lervlcea Of masters and .. lame tune atti jf similar standnrd to come to Bai bndKM It was regrettable that the iallea of Assistant Masters and Mistresses of lirst and second ••raile schools In Barbados were I. A.: than thoea Of Hnti-li < .i.iini and Trinidad It i .iole then, that when they wen tiOQ, there was what be could only call BUCh an unholy glee on the part ol pettple In soi %  ray li(>dge School .. That wu only b> the w.i>, Mr Adams said. The Qewi tred to get in touch with ittit r Oo^rernmenti of bean Area with ng at some sort of unlfocmltj Paleatinc. Sonic of the cfu-'such salary scales, and so to preArabs who ile-i from v ""' %  Prananl scramble for %  %  ountry of [ana ' Dalatfenaai between m the West : %  1 by the British %  Counc. Hi „ ndf r thc i,^,,,., MfM .-. •nlin ecture on The Elizabethan stage Mr r;nrrton cl chairman ol Th* was the further question [or which Shakespeare wrote, lie ((u Ti nv9set Vall Authority, of what might appear to be dls^ri: ld that the Pro:. B on th. p..' $54,900,000 should run for an (-"vernmint between Uv eighteenmonth period. — Reutrr VlU\ /acOGMSES VT\AM GOVERNMENT Follows Red Chinas Lead will also produce Shak. I'h,Merrhant ol Venice" (or Ihc %  ire movement, and will !alk to groups of players on pro* .union. Before returning to BnIIIIII, Mr. Monck will lecture in UexiOO City—Renter. --• .MOSCOW. Jan. 31 •a 1 recognised thc Government of Dr. Ho Chil"jsbeen al war with Prance In Indo-China for years, in.s recognition comes within a fort%  similar rK-i>gnition bv the Communist Govcrnv-nina A ,,,,.,. t u j er Mao Tse Tung has been in mLfl 1 " %  %  %  < Stalin since before Christmas. &,_ Bogumolv Peking' recognition was not an isobit.si M i but IIJI' Communist 10.000 Small Arm Seized BANGKOK, Jan. 31. A big I colt roI volvers estimated at 10.000 wai Batted by customn authorities lasl night on a Bangkok riviera. The authorities said Ihey were being smuggled into the country for Ihi Chinese underground. Jed lo,.. .ixi loBl. Rein.•fnlmislralion in ["Jims the view lak^i^Btarters in Lon[ "* m Southeast P?*" med obvl%  ., .'' 1 powen ATTLEE REJECTS I^>NDON Jan. 31. BMDt At:lee, through thc Foreign Office, bad a suggestion by two nuakers lhal he lair Itersonally to Stalin about atomic control. —KeuUr. presumalil^ one of the first fti.tts "f th) %  ..lions now tal • %  ii Premier Joseph Stalm and Chairman Mao Tse. expected I iions: the ratoi nlltlCal siructure of tl %  .utc. .inn i nan Bxaminat eaond In%  ',' %  %  %  %  French, calling for a o per cent I nnpoit quo! the next few months. I •.i be UM %  i .. it nncil — I'"--' Brazil Has K, Shortage it* N,DNI \ i. mptmi) I.ONDON. Jan .u. %  sterling In Anjei were bell' for Brazil but nithei axa(earaten \ i. • It was understood that in fact As her aski: .ore reasonable. %  %  Ke more important pin | '. %  worth of lasl wreak inf ArgcnLerllnfl balance was obscure it appean thai i'-e which is not at pre • able for current payn i < .me available later 1. lee agree on othe. iler. For Peace And Security WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 THE UNITED STATES Atomic Energy Commission disclosed today that it had begun research into the use of atomic power for driving ships, submarines and aircraft A land base proto type of a thermal reactor, suitable for submarine or ship propulsion, will be in the design stage soon, the Commission said in its seventh Annual Report to Congress. The marine reactor is being developed by tht Al^oniM National Laboratory and the Weo^nghotlM Electric: poration. the Commission said.. Detailed <• was expected to bein this year. The still In the early research Btige, tinropoti Australia Vt ants Trade Agreement WITH ARGENTINE NOB AIRES. Jan :il Talks ai i entered !or an Arm t.eemenl followiiiii the BlTlTeJ %  i..s nwrnhvi In i %  ton, Aii-ti.'L mRdaaloawe In South H, Cook. Chief o! : Australian L> of Com;: • %  A T DofJUK : I Alfmies hi %  Buai tin yesterday rnaklni active prepai -ii %  next maatlni \nglo AiLculme i Committee which wu rhunday to tackle thi nioblem Of the future the Coinmir.. rnaettng In ranler. W ill Shidv The %  an Of The Blind I.ONDON. Jan :il .lose Mori.i < : tin Institute Roman Cosall fa lYahuni of the blind near Buenos .. Ijtmden on an t eight weeks' visit UKll. I Hiring his sta>he will %  'ion and training or the. Blind at the headquarters ul tht Blind i and m its nursei \. pftafcan and secondary schools in London lliirmnichani. BhfO* He leaves again for Aires on March 14. —itruin The chairman of the %  ton told a Press Con:' that, in thc light Limitations, hi the must ivmaikalle thing the ISA-page I • Presjiidil Pru of two paragraphs, said that I;. %  i %  %  I Atomic Weapons %  1 i*i. 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February

1950.

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ling area,

to-day.

=| September's

‘RALPH BUNCHE.

the Denounces
Discrimifiation
|WASHINGTON |

NEW YORK, Jan. 31.
iiph Bunche, former Unit-
Mediator for Palestine,
article in an American
p that racial discrimina-
fshington was “scandal-

the who is an Ameri«
, after completing his
ilestine refused last year
to become an Assistant
ates Secretary of State |

remaining in his post |
of the United Nations
Department.
the said that the Ameri-
b had made gains but
fata heavy economic dis-

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tan anti-racial and anti-
Practices make a mock-
h the constitution and
of the United Na-
said.

—Reuter.!



munists Will
tack India
MAYS CHIANG

NEW YORK, Jan. 31. |
imo Chiang Kai-Shek
onalist leader, claims
vainese Communists plan
to attack India, =c-
0 an interview publish-
my in the New York |
tT legram”’.
Was reported to have
Communists wer
to consolidate their
mn est, | but had begun |
on into South-
The Generalissims |
Mmosa correspondent ct |
an Scripps-Howard |
the Communists wer:

Which has
Mee years, His

at)

bassador,
Wited ‘o the French For-
ty by Alexandre Par-
Seneral, to explain
~ nt's recognition of
a «6OVernmer sa
tatively learned

sogomolv

to-

Matthews, Reuter’s enn:

Writing from London
riot + f
viet recognition of
administration in

ets the view tak-
tie quarters in Lon-
%$ month that. the
POWers have

the fate of Southeast

emed obvi-




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TRUMAN and the United States Senate are |
. ‘der a letter, said to be from Mr. Arthur Creech |
i British Colonial Secretary, to the East African Gov-
Sj at Nairobi, which is said to prove that Britain
to keep American oil out of the whole Commonwealth |
the Vew York Times reported from Wash-

talks between the United States.
Fritain, and Canada. On this
the letter said, “The

Amer‘cans have as yet not gone



uman Will Read |
sch Jones’ Letter

1To Reveal C’wealth |
All-Oil Plan |

NEW YORK, Jan. 31.

T

British



aewspaper added that the
decison to curtail im-
porss was first intimated. at las
tripartite financial



»eyond expression of regret that

the proposal and steps have now

desired
tion
dollar oil at present imported in
Eastern

been taken to put the
into effect in the U.K.
to arrange

sterling

scheme
It is not
full substitu-

of fue! oil for

Africa for inland con-
sumption”. The letter. which
was read at a recent meeting of

the American National Petroleum
Council, official advisory body to

ALIN RECOGNISES
LINAM GOVERNMENT |
Follows Red China’s Lead

n has recognised the Government of Dr. Ho Chi-
been at war with France in Indo-China for
ae recognition comes within a fort-
Similar recognition by the Communist Govern-
: Ma whose leader Mao Tse Tung has been in
talks with Stalin since before Christmas.

| Stalin and Chairman Mao Tse.

decided |

the Interior Ministry was un-
dated and unsigned, the news-
paper saic.

—Reuter

|

|

Police Refuse To |

Sanction Torchlight |
Parade In Belize

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZs, Jun. 3d.

John Storey, tne Superintenaeny
of Police, to-aay deciared that he
had refused permission ror a nignr
torchlight parade on Friday bes
cause the Peoples’ Committee
leaders, Johnny smith and George
Price, may be unable to contro:
the torch-bearing crowd, thereby
endangering wooden buildings in
the city.

A daylight torchlight parade is
allowable, but the tinal decision
rests with the Executive Council.

Last night 3,000 people at the
Joint Battlefield Open Forum and
Unemployed Relief Committee
Meeting were furious at rumours
that the Superintendent of Police
had refused the Peoples’ Commit-
tee leaders permission to hold a
monster countrywide arti--de-
valuation demonstration on Fri-
day night.

The people threaten to march
with or without permission.

Hundreds out of all the five dis-

; tricts are expected to pour into

the city for the demonstration on
Friday

Speakers complain that one
month has past since devaluation
and unemployment is growing
and prices are mouriting, though
the Governor had declared de-
valuation is a necessary prelude
to immediate development and
full employment.

Another Demonstration

Talks are growing of another
demonstration when Princess
Alice arrives on February 23.

Efforts are being made to find
the type of flag used by the Bay-
men ancestors, which the speak-
ers claim used to be flown above
the Union Jack in the early days

Dodgers declare that while de-
valuation of the British pound
may not be a blunder it is dong
with the honest purpose of saving
England’s economy, but the de-
valuation of the British Honduras

sure on Indo-China | dollar was a deliberate act of
hag in the anti- | dishonesty and allowed specula-
of that | _ theit _over-| tors to make huge profits at the
prepar: oe a WOU expense of the people of British
India aratory to Honduras and allow English in-
ot vestors to secure local labour
—Reuter cheap.—-(By Cable)
% SG “a

MOSCOW, Jan, 31.

Peking’s recognition was not an
isolated act of sympathy but part
of a basic plan by the Communisi
powers.

The Soviet move is presumably
one of the first fruits of the Mos-
cow conversations now taking
place between Premier Joseph

RUMANO.

J GbUNGHTUWN, b.u,,

~O tloou areas. amergency gangs,
despite the downpour, nepr re
lenuessly Hgnting back rising;



The consequences of Chinese
and Soviet recognition of Dr. Ho
exceed the purely diplomatic re-
percussions

The inmplication is that the Fai
Eastern conflict between
munism and anti-Communism will
immediately be pushed south of
the frontiers of China right into
| Southeast Asia

The news will no
necessary a further minute
review of the British decision

it zeneraliy nere

doubt make

last

expected
‘ that when French !

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-—Reuter

Com- |}



NO LAKE THIS: Just a lot of
day’s morning downpour

Floods Continue
In British Guiana
Highways Threatened

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

venus ol

4iduuis poured down

ihe day poringing greater

waters.

The railway line and main high. |

ways were gravely threatened bu

every effort is being made to

keep off the water by sandbag- |

Sing the sides of the line.

Villagers, in desperation, have
cut outlets to the sea through the
East Coast public road, which
has forced the closing of the road
to all traffic, bringing extra pres-
sure on the railway.

From the West Coast come re-
ports that flood waters are also
threatening the Demerara-Esse—
quebo road and rail and emer-
gency gangs and engineers have
been dispatched this evening to
keep watch, ed

From Pomeroon, the colony’s
largest ground: provision centre;
which suffered heaviest loss in
provisions, etc., came a telegram
from villagers telling of the peo-
ples’ distress and suffering and
appealing for relief.

After consultation with the Ex-
ecutive Council, the Governor, Sir
Charles Woolley, decided to fly to
the dis*-ict to-morrow (Wednes-
day>.

Gravest fears exist for the com-
ing week-end when the spring
tide rises to 19 feet, four inches,

which will be unbelievably disas- |

trous if
winds.

The Meteorological Department
reported to-day that the wind ve-
locity is increasing daily.

Last Saturday the maximum
velocity recorded was 11 miles
per hour and increased on Sun-
day to fifteen miles.

—By Cable

U.K. Theatre Head
For Jamaica
ON LECTURE TOUR

NORWICH, Norfolk, Jan. 31.

Mr. W. Nugent Monck, founder
and manager of the Maddermar-
ket Theatre, Norwich, is leaving
by air to-morrow for a two-month
lecture tour in Jamaica, sponsor-
ed by the British Council. He will
lecture on “The Elizabethan stage”
for which Shakespeare wrote. He

accompanied by high





iWnrougnou |

UlsiVeSs |

water which settled in a field near Howell’s Cross Road after yester-

dollars.

CZECH LETTER
SPIES

PRAGUE, Jan. 31.
From tomorrow, all mail
sent. from. Czechoslovakia
abroad must bear the name
and address of the sender,
who must deliver the mail
to the post office in person
with proof of his identity.
Letters addressed for
abroad, which are dropped
into letter boxes will be re-
turned to the sender in
Czechoslovakia.



—Reuter,



Truman Seeks

| Aid For Palestine

Refugees

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.

President Truman has asked
Congress to appropriate $27,450,-
000 for a combined relief and
public works programme to aic
Palestine refugees through the
United Nations. The amount
sought would be half the cost of
a programme which the
Nations Economic Survey Mis-
sion said was needed to settle the
hundreds of thousands of persons
displaced by the recent
in Palestine. Some of the
gees are Arabs who fled
the New country of Israeli. The
grave design, which was made

refu-
from



will also produce Shakespeare's |

‘The Merchant of Venice” for the

little theatre movement, and will |

talk to groups of players on pro-
juction. Before returning to Bri-
tain, Mr. Monck will lecture in
Mexico City.—Reuter,



10,000 Small Arms Seized |

BANGKOK, Jan. 31.
A big consignment of colt re-

after an on-the-spot study of the
problem under the leadership of
‘Mr. Gordon Clapp, Chairman of
the Tenessee Valley Authority,
said that the Programme costing
$54,900,000 should run for an
eighteen-month period.
—Reuter



ATTLEE REJECTS

LONDON Jan. 31.

Prime Minister Clement Att-

volvers estimated at 10,000 was|lee, through the Foreign Office.

seized by customs authorities last| has rejected a suggestion by

night on a Bangkok riviera. The|

authorities said they were being
smuggled into the country for the
Chinese underground. ——Reuter.

A time-fuse sets off the inner bomb v
uranium target.

a gun tube ai a





two
prominent quakers that he talk
personally to Stalin about atomic
control.

—Reuter.

HYDROGEN
CHARGE

THE PRINCIPLE OF THE H-BOMB

firing a uranium bullet down
hig ignites the main charge

fighting |
| such salary

i ticipate a

|

| Board would approve of selections





~ Token Resolution

- Passed By House |

Leave Passages Not Favoured |

BY a majority vote of 12 to 9 the House of Assembly |
yesterday amended by the reduction of three dollars, and|
as a mark of censure against the principle of leave pas-
sages for Head Teachers and Senior Assistant Teachers of
First and Secondary Schools, a token Resolution’ for ten

Some members had expressed themselves as not in
favour of the principle, and eventually the amendment was
suggested by Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) who pointed out that
it was the only way members could register their disfavour.

, °

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The voting

Ayes: Mr. Foster,
Mr. Dowding, Mr. Ward, Mr
Reece, Mr. Crawford, Mr. E. K
Walcott, Mr. Gill, Mr. Wilkinson
Mr. Mottley, Mr, Bethell and Mr.
Goddard

Noes: The Speaker, Mr, Cox,
Mr, Bryan, Mr. Mapp, Mr. Miller,
Dr. Cummins, Mr. Brancker, Mr.

was

Mr. Allider,

| Adams and Mr. F. L. Walcott.

|
|

|

|



|

United,

| Government

| agricultural





| reached

“Mr G. H. Adams (BE), movin;
the passing of the Resolution, re-
minded members that the sum of
$10.00 was simply a token amount.
He went on to say that as hon-
ourable members knew, the stand-
ard of education in the island
would go down considerabl'y un-
less they made it possible to re-
tain the services of masters and
mistresses of a certain standard,
and at the same time attract those



of similar standard to come to
Barbados.

It was regrettable that the sal-
ary scales of Assistant’ Masters

and Mistresses of first and second
ide schools in Barbados were
wer than those of British Gui-
It was deplor-
uole then, that when they were
all speaking of federation, there
was what he could only eall such
an unholy glee on the part ol
some people in some other colon-
ies in taking away from Harrison
College and the Lodge School
ome of their best masters.

That was only by the way, Mr
Adams said. The Government had
‘ndeavoured to get in touch with
wther Governments of the Carib-
bean Area with a view to arriv-
ing at some sort of uniformity in
seales, and so to pre-
vent the present scramble for
masters and mistresses between
schools in the West Indies.

I
ana and Trinidad





Discrimination

Thece was the further question
of what might appear to be dis-
crimination on the part of the

between the educa-
of the island and the

and medical sides
The Government wanted to make
it clear that there was no questior
of such discrimination. What hap-
pened was that the matter of the
teachers was one of urgency.

The committee had been ap-
pointed .and had reported with
commendable speed without hav-
ing scarmped their work. The
personnel of the committee was
one which in his opinion would
warrant the view that they had
their conclusions with

tional side

| mature experience and consider-

| Governing Bodies of the schools

ed judgment.

Mr. Adams said he would an-
possible question by
saying that the masters affected
by the Resolution would not just
auiomaéically be selected. The
concerned and the Education
made by the headmasters or mis-
tresses of the schools.

The standard of selection wou.d

| not be how many years such anc |

uch a teacher was at such ana |
uch a school, but whether he or
he was a specialist say, in Natur
Science or Mathematics or what-
ever it might be. Working on that
standard of selection, they migh*‘
be able to fill all the eight
at Harrison College or the
hree at Queen’s College immedi-
itely

He did not think there was need

ot

posts

for any more explanation. If
nembers had studied the report
of the committee they would see
that the Resolution under discu - |
wa part of the scheme re- |
ended the committee

|
Leave Passages

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| And All Forms Of

Atomic Weapons

Free Trade Is |
Basis of OEEC
Talks In Paris |

PARIS, Jan. 31.

Western Europe's 8-nation “Eco- |
nomic Cabinet” met here to-day
shortly before a closed session of
the 18-nation Governing Council
of the Organisation for Europear
Economic Co-operation

“The Cabinet” is the consulta-
tive group of the main body.

Marshall Plan Administrator
Paul Hoffman and Mr, Averell
Harriman, American Roving Am.- |
bassador, were present.

Members of the “Cabinet” under
the chairmanship of M. Paul Van
Beel, Belgian Foreign Minister
were; Britain: Chancellor of the
“xchequer, Sir Stafford Cripps
‘rance Secretary of State fo
Economic ‘Affairs, Robert Buroi
replacing Foreign Minister Ro
ert Schuman, who is engaged ir
French budget debate). Nor
way: Foreign Minister Hailvarc
Lange. Netherlands: Foreign Min
ister Dirk Stikker. Portugal
Finance Minister. Professor Leit«
Lunbrales. Italy Finance Min
ster, Joseph Pella and Gréece
Finance Minister, Georges Mang-
javinos



Controversial

Council members were to-day
expected to consider three ques-
tions the reinforcement of the
olitieal structure of the OEEC,

measures to give more freedom to
ntra-European trade, and a new
payments system.

Examination of the second in-
terim report is likely to be made
to-morrow as it is not yet ready

\ freer trade proposal by the

French, calling for a 60 per cent
of import quotas within
the next few months, is believed |
to be the basis of a consultative |
group recommendation _— to the !
Council. —Ret-er.

cemoval

Brazil Has |



| meeting in six weeks

€ Shortage |

(By SYDNEY GAMPBELL)

LONDON, Jan. 31

Reports of an acute shortage ol |

sterling in Argentina and braziy
were believed in competent Lon

on quarvers to-day to be correc

for Brazil but rather exaggeratea |
for Argentina |
It was understood that in fact |

|

Argentina has lately earned more

sterling As her asking prices}
have been more reasonable |
Britain has made some substantial |
urchases and may make mors |
Recent important purchases in-
clude about £6,000,000 worth ot |
maize last November, and nearls |
£5,500,000 worth of linseed oil
last week

The situation regarding Argen
tina’s sterling balance was ob-
scure. It appears that she has

yne which is not at present avail
ible for current payments bu
might become available later i
the two countries agree on othe;
matters

—Reuter.

E.C.A. Release
Funds For West

German Coal Mines

FRANKFURT, Jan. 31
More than 68,000,000 Deutche
iarks in Marshal! Aid counte

art funds have been released foi
‘building and developing Ger-

1an coal mines, it was officially
nnounced here today The
xconomic Co-operation Admini
rativu’s special mission to Wes

ermany in announcing this, sai
he amount, released as part o!
. large scale investment plan for
Vest Germany, would go to 44
mining companies, chiefly in th
‘ologne, Essen and Aachen area

The overall investment plan
reaches a total of 150,000.000
marks for West German coa
mines.
—Reuter
“eo ras
SWALLOW
MISSING
HONG KONG, Jan. 31
Shipping circles here believe

he Chinese Nationalists have in-
cepted and detained the coastal |
vessel Swallow, 550 tons, owne

y Hong Kong Chinese, but flying

he Panamanian flag.

The vessel, which carried ¢
rgo of 800 tons of petrol, has
t been heard of since she let
fong Kong for Amoy two week
igo, —Reuter.



Bidault’s Budget |
Bill Goes Through,



PARIS, Jan. 31
Premier Georges Bidault’s
jovernment tonight won five
tion of confidenc n the
al ] lebat over
€ Nou : il
fth
: 100 fc ( ern
s4 nst Reuter

For Peace And Security

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.

‘THE UNITED STATES Atomic Energy Com-

mission disclosed to-day that it had begun re-
search into the use of atomic power for driving
ships, submarines and aircraft. A land-base proto-
type of a thermal reactor, suitable for submarine
or ship propulsion, will be in the design stage soon,
the Commission said in its seventh Annuai Report

to Congress.

The marine reactor is being developed by the Argonne
National Laboratory and the Westinghouse Electric Cor-
poration, the Commission said.. Detailed engineering design
was expected to begin this year. The aircraft reactor
still in the early research stage, the report disclosed.

1S









e The chairman of the Comm
Australia sion told a Press Conference here
that, in the light of security
7 ‘ , limitations, he considered tha
W ants Trade the most remarkable thing abou
; the 185-page report was that
= } could be published at all
Agreement President Truman in a state-
ment of two paragrapns, said
WITH ARGENTINE that he had ordered the Com
mission to continue work on a
forms of atomic wea n inc
__ BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 31. | ding the “so-called Hydrogen «
Talks are shortly to be entered Super becau f
or an Argentine-Australian respons y to se i
agreement following the arrival] our ountry i defer
this morning in Buenos Aires of | itself against possit
G. R. Patterson, Australian Trade| aggressor
Commissioner in South Africa and Atomic Weapons
H, Cook, Chief of Trade promotion He ed that this wor
livision Australian Depariment] be pursued on a basis consist
of Commerce. | with American wns for pe
The other member of the dele-| and security.
gation, W. T. Doing, Australian} = 'Th« development
Charge -D’Affaires in Rio De} weapons was to continue, the
aneiro arrived at Buenos Aires! Fresicent directed, ntil a sat
yesterday -isfactory plaa f rnational
Meanwhile the British Embassy| Control of At Energy i
making active preparations for} achieved
the next meeting of the Mixed The President launching the
Anglo - Argentine Consultative} Government officially into a hunt
Committee which was called for] for & hew weapon perhaps a
Thursday to tackle the thorny} much as 1,000 times as powerful
problem of the future price of the original atom bomb said
Argentine meat for Britain It| “It is part of my responsibili
will be the Committee's first| 2S ‘ mmander-in-Chief of the

armed forces to see to it that our
country: is able to defend itself
against any possible aggressor.
Accordingly, I have directed
the Atomic Energy Commission
to continue its work on all forms

—r puter,



Will Study The

7 7e Of Th > Bli d' x Atomic Weapons, including
W ays f 1e in the so-called Hydrogen or Super
LONDON, Jan. 31. Be mb , aiilike all other work i:
Senor Jose Maria Carrazo,; 2") An wht tae cabrtid for
Divector and Headmaster of the) Vong oh a 1 ale. Aantal mn +t)
{Institute Roman Cosall for the} the overall “objectives of ou!
‘Training of the blind at 8801 nrogrr nme for peace and seeaa
{sadro, near Buenos Aires, Argen- | ;., .
una, has arrived in London on an | ie a. wins
eight weeks’ visit sponsored by oT} Siervetens I fan ' ‘
the British Council. watt aie i Serge oa a
During his stay he will study; Rates tional 7 onien B a
education and training of the) Bnerey is achieved Wah ;
Blind at the headquarters of the; | j.,, headieace a eas val)
National Institute of the Blind] tp oce fheinse. that sflect ae oa
and in its nursery, primary] pramme for pea noua * ite.
and secondary schools in London. | eu Bete ney ooh rat te
Birmingham, Shrewsbury and The aiemtion od sicedtiaks - eal
Worcester, i Tnited States should underta ce
He leaves again for Bueno
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gore in the Hilary Bar
Finals—only half of the can-
didates got through — was Lady
Davson, 26-year-old wife of
Londor ‘sugar broker, Sir Geof-
frey Davson, Bt., and mother of
two-year-old Caroline. She in-
tends to practise as a member of
the Inner Temple where her

‘father, Sir Rhys Williams, is a

distinguished K.C. She was seen
trying on her wig and having
great difficulty in getting it to
stay down over her own long wig
Besides law and housekeeping
Lady Dayson finds time for paint-
ing. Last summer she exhibited
20 pictures in a London gallery,
and sold most of them.

vn «
Married at St. John’s
Cathedral
sâ„¢

JOHN’S Cathedral Antigua,
was the scene,of a pretty
wedding at nine o'dlock on the
rnerning of Thursday 26th whe:
Mr. John McBeth only son of
Mrs. Ruth McBeth of George‘own
British Guiana, was married t
Pamela Thompson, eldet
ehter of the Federal Treasure:
Mr. E. A. Thompson and M
Thompson, The bride’s gown wa
embossed brocaded satin grace-
fully draped on the sides wiih
crange blossoms She carried a
Louquet made Queen Anne
lace and tube roses backed by
white coralila The headdress
vas a tiara of orange blossoms
The bridesmaid Mis Pamela
Thompson sister of the bride wor?
green moire taffeta, elbow lengts
ureen lace mittens, a iat © gold
crinolin trimmed with a spray of
sold and green flowers, and he!
pouquet was a sheath of yellow
cosmos and sweet peas. The
flower-girk was Miss Brenda
Cockrell and she wore green
georgette with short green mittens
Her headdress consisted of smal)



aau

of

yellow roses and, she carried a
pesy of yellow galadia’s and cos-
mos

A reception was held at_ the
ome of the bride’s parents. Mi








McBeth went to Antigua for the
occasion and carried th cake
from British Guiana and it wa
gorgeously decorated and iced
there by Mrs. Clement DeSilva
Mr. and Mrs. McBeth were the
recipient of a large ass
of gifts and cables fron
Guiana and many of the
The honeymoon was being sper
Dr. ar Mrs. Woodmar flat
at Hodge The couple then left
ver weekend for Barbad
The} ill sper the re of thelr
two weeks’ hone} n at P
Spring Hote)
Mr. McBeth was cashier at the
yal Bank of Canada for nearly
year’s shi
: ntant Barbad Mr
McBeth was an assistar tre
at the Antigua Girls’ High > 01
and was later employeca the
Royal Bank tor hort





Valentine Carnival!
Ce has seen a copy of ih
Invitation the First Barba-
dos Sea Scout Group is sending
out durirg the week
If the originality in design and
cuteness of its “get-up” is an
index of the plans being made
for the delight and enjoyment of
those privileged to receive one 1
can assure them they are in for

a treat on Saturday, 18th Feb-
ruary.
This year’s Dance will very

nearly approximate those of ear-
lier years held at St. Mary’s Girls’
School.

«> «>,
Large Party
R. JUSTICE JACKSON and

Mrs. Jackson were “At
Home” to a large number

guests on Friday last in Antigto
among whom were His Excellen-
cy the Governor the Rt. Hon-
ourable the Earl Baldwin of Bewd-
ley.

Call of The Sea

vo Robin Parker, who ar-

rived by the M.V. Hughli on}

Sunday night left on Monday
ifternoon f r Puerto Rico. He is
a Cadet in the Mercantile Marines,
and has just returned from a trip
cut Bast. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Parker who used to
live in Barbados. His brother John
who has also gone to sea, wat
here about two weeks ago.
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Frequent Visitor
A FREQUENT visitor to Bar-

bados is Mr. W. H. Miner
‘com Gramby, Quebec. President
of the Miner Rubber Coy. Before
the war their exports went al.
over the world, now the restric
tions imposed by most countries
confine their products almost en-
tirely t6 Canada. He is spending
a holiday here and is a guest at
Caerabank.



THIS IS THE GRUMMAN-MALLARD which brought Mr, Charles

B. Wrightsman and party to Barbados yesterday.

he parking strip off the runway

staying at the Colony Club will b:

Arrived in Private ’Plane
RRIVING yesterday at Sea-
well in his private plane, ;
wa Nil

Grumman-Mallara, h
Preside

Charles B. Wrightsman,

of the Standard Oil Co., Kansa
who with his wife and a party
of three Miss Dorothy (

Spreckels, of San Francisco
California, Mr. Charles A. Munn,

trom Palm Beach and Dr, Richara
U. Light, who is President of tne

American Geographical Society
New York will be here until
Thursday. They are guests at the
Colony Club, St. James, while t
crew Alton Franks and Peter

De Rose are staying at Sam Lor

rheir next port of call is St
ma in the Virgin Island
They arrived from the United
States via Palm Beach, Puer
tico ar Antigua
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New Technique

A’ a recent General Meeting ©:
the Antigua Art Group,





«a> «> arrangemen vere made for th
various sections to get started
B.G. French Consul with redilar ErouD wick fox’ $h
Returns ear’s exhibition, Mrs. Dorothy
M* AND MRS. STEPHEN Pilgrim spoke of last year’s
PSAILA who have been standard of work and gave some
spending a long holiday in Bar- valuable suggestions to be carried
bados returned to British Guian out this year
vesterday afternoor y B.W.LA A recent oil painting “The
Mr. Psaila, is the French ¢ ul Gamblers” by Garner Francis wa:
1 Georgetown, an propri scussed as he has iccessfull
j adopted a new technique in ¢
\ While « He took picture to
¢ Mi Per Governor and His Excellency w
I é i so intrigued with it, he purchased
Vi 1 } it The Gamble will t
' Sli gid ; how at the Barbados M
4 he rM ex! 1 Fe
k Marsor f Ne I ‘
kley New Road
se Impromptu Party
. \N Friday even in Antl
Appointed Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Edwar
M* PERCY TAYLOR, Brant had an impromptu farewell par’
Manager B.W.LA, tol for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harn
me esterday i Hon. H. A. who are going to St. Kitt Dr
Cuke. M.L.C., O.BE., has been and Mrs. Denis Degazon who at
ppointed on the board of Direc holidaying here for a week wet
W.LA Lit mong the guests
a 7

A SPECIAL PURCHASE

at Seawell.

Comings and Goings

ISS MADGE CUKE, daugh-

I ter of Hon. and Mrs. H, A.!

Cuke, returned by B.W.LA. from |
where | pire

Britisn Guiana yesterday
he had been spending a holiday
«>»
MRS.
and three
to Trinidad

«a»

M* AND
WORME
dren returned
Monday afternoon by B.W.LA.,
spending a short holiday
Another Barbadian family

chil-

atter

here

iso returned to Trinidad on Mon-
ay Mr and Mrs. Denis
Weatherhead and five children

vere here for a couple of months
at “Sea -Gaze”, Maxwells. Mr
Weatherhead is with T.L.L.,
Pointe-a-Pierre, and was on »)ng

eave
an» «a»
ISS GENNY CASTILHO
left yesterday for British

‘uiana by B.W.LA., for a holiday
Also leaving were Mrs Doreen D
Abreu, Genny’s sister and Mr

De Abreu’s little daughter Bar-
bera, who have been here for twc
months visiting their family

«» «»
I R. F. A. Watson, Manager oi
the New Amsterdam Ber-

» Branch of the Royal Bank o!

dict
Canada arrived from B.G. yester-
day for a couple of months’ holl-
His wife and family are
eady in Barbados and they will

g at a bungalow on th





an «a»
Mis Gladys Inniss, who i
I with the Demerara Mutua

Assurance Branch in George
returned home

by B.W.LA afte
months’ holiday i
the interest of he

B.G.,
yesterday
pending
Barbados
health
Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Floris Villa, Rockley

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| Like A Straight |

By Joseph L. Hanit

The American woman was ies:

new French best-seller ag th
“Innocent and charming victim
of European commentators whe
have criticized her es a heartless
gold-digger—and a ‘tyampire
with the head of Minerva.

Henri-Jean Duteil, author o!
“La Grande Parade Americaine
(The Great American Parade)
leaped to the of what he
calls “this ly slanderec
creature” in his -page volume.
It is an exhaustive ing-siry inte
U.S. manners and morals which
is sparking a run on Parisian
bookstores.

Loveable Creature

“What a surprise for European
men, who, knowing the American
woman-only from reading lying
descriptions, finally meet one in
flesh and bone!” writes Duteil ad-
miringly. “A loveable creature—
simple, gracious, grateful for the
least attention and the best
listener in the world—appears as
if by magic in the place of the
vampire she is painted abroad.
Instead, of a gold-digger, she is a
smiling being, content with her-
self and others, She is like a

| straight road, without dangerous

curves or detours.”

| Duteil, who Lived in the US.
from 1941 to 1947, and traveiled
in 23 states, explained that he
|was moved to champion the
American woman after his per-
sonal on-the-spot observations
convinced him that the pen por-
traits sketched of her by other
European writes were “horrible
caricatures.”
Heartless

These writers, he said, portray
her in their books as “the proto-
type of the heartless woman who
exploits man and considers only
her own pleasures.”

“In their books,” he said, “she
is shown as a cruel idol, a vam-
with the head of Minerva
|The more beautiful her eyes, the
|colder her soul; the more closely
| her legs approach perfection, the



HAROLD) nore to be feared her contempt

for man and her deadly cynicism.”

The chivalrous Duteil assured
jhis readers that this indictment
| doesn’t corféspond with the facts
—American women aren’t like
that at all. On the contrary:

Charming
“As soon as the little American
girl is old enough to understand,
she realizes that she must be
charming—that it will be her role
in life, for all her life. She must
charm papa and mama, grandpapa
and grandma, the postman,
the grocer’s boy, the neighbour

next door—everybody.”



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“In order to charm, you must

first smile,’ the book continues.
“Therefore, the little American
girl early forms the habit of

smiling. Now, the character of
the nagging wife is formed be-
tween the ages of three and ten,
and it is well-known that nagging
wives do not smile. Since the
little Ameriean girl begins to
smile early in life, it becomes
second nature for her. Conse-
quently, there are few nagging
wives in the United States. It is

diffieult to make domestic scenes}

while smiling, and the American
woman rarely makes domestic
scenes.”

No Gold Digger

But what about that little gold-|

digger charge, M’sieu’ Duteil? The

French writer indignantly refutes)

it, asserting that the American
woman is no more a gold-digger
“than her sisters elsewhere in the
world—less perhaps, because the
United States is a country wher¢
the institution of the dowry doé
not exist and where each in-
dividual is virtually certain of a
comfortable existence in
for the honest work.”





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_One letter simply statids for another. In this example A is used

for the three L’s, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos-
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Each day the code letters are different.”

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Every morning at 5 o’clock the
knocker-up in a North country
town taps on the window of a

house te wake up the oecupant in ara *

time for work. The elderiy gen~ COBURN, GLORIA” DE

leman in residence hurls a stream | A: Owe : i

wf defiance through the window tam i. We:
and then turns over and goes to W.B. Fat ‘ the’ Gividen

sleep with a clear conscience. The j
reason for this is that as he is
over sixty, he has retired, but
still pays the knocker-up sixpence
a week for the sheer pleasure. of
rest after his life’s labours. This
story was told in a letter to Gor-
don Cruickshank, a ‘BBC script
writer, who asked people over
sixty to write about themselves
to give him material for his fea-
ture programme “Focus on Old
.” Letters have poured into his (10
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From the material received for
“Focus on Old Age” Cruickshank
finds that old people still have
great optimism and a zest for liv-
ing. None, so far, show any sings
of “old age,” as such.

Starting Thursday 2nd ,
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2 Why leave early, he’s allowea in
the House anyway, (4)
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K EN RESOLUTION iNo * Fancy Prices” | Truman O.K’s Work!

: POASSED BY HOUSE _|_For Argentine | mhotase Criticizes The | On Super Bomb ‘Youthful Vigor Restored
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S “ » >» ® 7”
hy peanarable, mem be enough could not maintain it, yet at the Says Financial Times j | months—perhaps longer. l “pe Wc
that He a change in the same time, it could afford to give LONDON, Jam. 31. | DURING a motion for the adjournment of the House! =stimates of the cost of this| G an ds Fortified

to make Jose teachers. It high leave passages to certain offi- he view that it would be worth |

: oS . : : : now giant have ranged from .
: of tea sites cand tar tile Geri we T : x W of Assembly for five minutes some members criticised the | 2 }
; fe also eave Semis 7 Economic Resources ule Gao . to “Dettes: ‘bat inefficiency of the Electric Company in their current supply | “ pecgges his te bikes te pod b y New Discov <2
eae ‘ally said again He said that the economic re-|that there could be no question| 204 expressed the view that the Company should be of more than 250 square miles, | ,Q%Jog fuel old before your time? Are you tired.
— no question of dis- sources of British Guiana and | of paying “fancy prices”, was ex-| Nationalised, The President gave the greet | speed and of ite? Be a:
Mretween teachers and Trinidad were greater than those | pressed by the Financial Times| Mi. Mapp (L) who made the Mr. Crawford (C) said that he light to the United States Atomic | from lee of memory: orteomnens weak Gottnitne

of the Civil Service, of Barbados. British Guiana ex- to-day. motion for the adjournment, said hoped Government would not Energy Commission in ordering } Sar ‘tre an retin! Rk TR 4 Vigourous




from the sche- ported gold, bauxite, diamon This .| that as members were well ‘ind it impracticable to have it to continue work on all forms pee or do bea
Fa the resolution for rice and sugar; Trinidad had a quiies Guns Sontine Pe aware, twé years during the nationalization soon. Beside the of Atomic Energy. Tees coudittona: then soe est Nt ey fre
which would be cocoa and citrus, whereas Barba- | erable length in the t of the} last session of the House; an Ad- Company's present instance of Dr. Harold C. Urey. developer Benes, oo ae reer i ame ba agen =
jater stage. dos was solely dependent on forthcoming talks of /- Mixed | dress was made asking Govern- inefficiency, they were instru- of “heavy water” and a worker vigour and animation. oe
4 at (L), second- sugar, and was not sure what the | Consultative Committee in Buenos | ment to nationalize the Electric â„¢e@ptal of many people of on the atom bombs dropped on Vitalize Your Glands
pF. efor the passing of position would be tq that connec | Aires to review the working of the | Company. the rural districts being, de- Japan, four days ago quoted in Portunately for those who suffer from run-down
the motion said the teacher tion after 1952. Even if they got | five year agreement between the The member who had moved Prived of suitable lighting facili-' a report that some physicists gene action, a physician with 39 peeties Scare.
Resolution’ Mr. Adams re- the guarantee for which they were ktwo countries. the Address drew to the atten- tes. believe all forms of life could Re iene sims nethune tan thos beings
id sod} the more acute in now asking, it would only carry On its front page the Financial | tion of the House and the public If they could not carry out be extinguished over an area as fecting of increased Vitalie » and ,

3 : 73 This prese called Vi-Tabs,

ct that the Gov- them on to 1957. He did not see | Times published an article by “aj that that Company had not been ¢@Xtensiong local bodies like the w ide as the United States by the| tiituhn tater form you nee t0 do
arene’ the num- why they should be called upon } special correspondent” which said | working properly nor satisfactor- Vestries should be able to gen- radio-activity set off by the! is to take two little abies three times
dos Scholarships to to bear that extra burden. it was believed in London that the| ily. At the time when the Ad- ©Tate electric plants. | explosion of one hydrogen bomb.| ech This preseription starts work

1 ’ Drei eee ita Spat immediately, stimulating the glands, in-
Bar ommittee had found In this colony, they had been | “deterioration” in the Argentine | dress was being considered, the , Mr. Ward (E) said that it was He added that Russia may Vigenresiag (ue and enlivening your.



jit would be able to balance their budget external payment tion had re= | Com: had n still giving ‘ue that they were suffering already be ahead with the pro- ir rapeily beeemee re the system, the nerves,

eatng such an in- every year and did not have to!cently assumed eae dimen- stune Hawt but feed eae aa lack of electricity, but he) duction of a Hydrogen Bomb. coming jun ee eae cat a | Sod fap tor senate. Siook eons tee

scholarships to sit back beg the Imperial Government for | sions, ped to a worse condition. i = see why they should be | —Reuter. ising ca Sear een a cone ot Tite | port an astontaning improvement within

ing to retain the ser- aid. If they continued in the way| “Efforts’ made after the begin- | The position had become such can Electr to the authorities of | ree more frequentiy than evet before. Pekar Uitin cab cate. Thue Hee

A of those teacher's who had to they had been going in the past, | ning of 1949 to stem the drain on | that strangers were speaking dero- (ict see Se: The cir- Sovi t Th Doctor Praises Vi-Tabs Rave ‘been accomrlished time after time

c and girls to scholar- they would not find themselves} gold and dollar reserves by |igatorily about the island in gen- {7 - moans could have happened ovie reatens be 3, Gane tae tn thausands of esses, pome of which had

gh boys in the position in which British | switching purchases to other | pral. —— ee ° physician, ‘recen stated. “Many eeten- | weil aad vigorous arsin, ,
Peecott also asked mem- Guiana and Trinidad had found | countries are now thought to have| ‘The time had come when, if “The Company w es trying thei Meeting Boycott of youthful vigour and vitality lies in tne Results Guaranteed

esto put any idea of discrimina- themselves through being Crown | resulted in the country’s reserves | that Company could not manag® jest; apany was trying eir | flanda. If we could ‘Keep our glands ¢

; heads. In those colonies. of sterling becoming seriously de- © give satisfaction and one TOKYO 31 et Pern Saeeor hee outstanding has oeen the success of

out of their » th 79 its own affairs fittingly, there could not blame them if they! » Jan. 31. years younger and live years longer. Based | vj.Tebs in thousands and thousands of

s were masters and Now that there was the Uni-| pleted,” the Financial Times cor- should be some public enquiry s ey | of thi t the world that it is now

General Kuzma Derevyanko,
pay took ’ 7

who were in a class by versity College of the West Indies, | respondent continued. made or it should be nationalized frm on, ian See | Russian member of the Allied
ss in so far as ability was jt would be surprising if in an- Profound Inference as soon as possible. broke down. Before honourable CO@trol Council for Japan, an-

cases
offered under a positive guarantee to cost
unless entirely satisfactory, Un-



ther five or six years, they could} —_“Phig devel i ed eens Sabet, WS Lb Oar we dees
scorned ; 2 ‘ , ‘elopment is expect Two years ago a Committee haa Adinden , nounced to-day that he will i 0 hI
trinidad, said Mr. et not more easily get ielised ieq| ‘0 have a profound influence on | been appointed to look into the ioe way jboyeott the Council as long as it soak rein, tee seat toe tabi cab Oe
“got ve Sea and aa aaah There ware. saci Se reeee ot 4 Britele pee oe It was time that a report = Mr. Adams (L) said that he “iseusses Russian repatriation of tbat you ieelly oom enjoy life as! frequently
got lea a Dols. mae w n, should have been heard from that agreed with the suggestion of|Japanese prisoners of war. ae Oe eee oe coe Oe ee
dad was DOW building ee ve a eee econ Meanwhile the Financial Times | Committee. the chronological sequence of tha|Derevyanko walked out from the Bre not completely satiafed, merely return
masters of Queen's | versities i ig editorial said “the crisis which has in t ae vhich }Couneil on January 18 when the the empty package and the full purchase
lage, Those were the condi- returning to the West Indies/been brewing for some time in No Satisfacti: Ove for nationalization which | ; : price will be refunded. Get Vi-Tabs from
dos had to shortl 4 id be able to fill 0 Satisfaction had been made. Government/ question was raised. He told ur chemist today. The guarantee pro«
iam which Barbados ha une tae want” . trade relations between this coun- It was a_ shocking state ot jad never a ° Members of the Council by letter Ieets you.
those posts and perhaps in less |try and the Argentine is beginning | affairs. ver departed from the con- 1 . ;



The Company had ® sideration of nationali that he would sta from the To Restore
Harrison College were Mr. than half a dozen years, they |to come to a head. ry Peg on of nationalization. But that he would stay.away
5 oe ur. Queree, Senior would have all or nearly all of | “We obtain about a third of our Cayman etree J we ge a few months ago the question| meeting to-morrow. At the pre- Vi-Tabs » Guaranteed 2 Manhood, Vitality
in Mathematics. The the potential candidates to fill the | meat rations from Argentina: we behind a action. é %, ity Was put to the Colonial Secre-| vious meeting, British and Amer-
‘should know that there was necessary posts. would buy more maize if we| crore mee ee Of “a faulty tary and generally speaking it|/ican representatives said the FSS 8 SSE
uighout the West In- That being the case, and bear | could: and we tight even at some cates iron. Some — was only a matter of time before} question would stay on the agenda
getting Mathematical Mas- ing in mind the position with re+ | future date seek marginal supplies titi be taken about he public nationalization finally came up. | till a satisfactory Russian answer IT {S GOOD VALUE sf
feu gard to the eughr indus, afer lot wet they “wouldhave & categorieal abuolutely ost ty. Haye" am, cece sot he 70 eS
. ir chil- 1952 1957, Mr. Crawford said, e i , y essential to have al ; PS i said to be
: Ba, “schools simply cs tenllt bcwadeaiectad tant tod mind eee ponsiderations in| assurance then that something Public Utility Board to ran it Cie ee SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE
hename, but that they might Government, in considering afour part to maximise Argentine = Ree ee cae er ae wan edt ar ee a ip White, Gold, Pink ard Blue at $1.35 per yd.
: whi ere atter of that sort, would not * secon e was ves w e authority to " *
tau ine them, “the. have sttacligied: se ynddan tipieel< rok tf toe cette wee to the motion for the postponement and administer the financial side of Dollar-Earning SPUN, RAYON in White, Gold, Green & Brown at 99¢. per yd.
t ; Cant. an “ ‘ id that he was in entire agree+ t business, no sound benefits
becoming more scienti- ony with that burden, but would But there can be no question} *@! , : UN
more industries were have taken steps to solve the diffi- | of paying fancy prices. q ment with the views of the last would result. . Kittens SP LINEN in White, Grey Gold & Rose at $1.20 per yd
»,' In the past, people culty until such time as conditions speaker. The Company in question None could Say that Govern- Crease Resisting ind Shrunk Proof
ite willing to come back righted themselves. “Argentina has handled pay in | imposed exorbitant rates on their ment-run utilities were ill-man- Valuable dollar-earning
Pand teach as Science A Long Time the sellers markets of the imme- | customers and the worse their aged. They had as an example] Siamese kittens are among Brit- ee al
ut today industries were Mr. Crawford said that it would “ate post-war period. services got, the more they the Water Works Department. It| ain’s exports and several have BROADWAY DRESS SHOP.
more attractive sal- pe a long time before he would}, “Now the balance of advantage | charged. Although they give very Could never be said that that| now travelled across the Atlantic
vote money again for a Commis- |@8 swung towards this country | inefficient service, yet their rates Department gave half as much by B.O.A.C. Recently “Cassiopea
sioner in this colony. They voted and the British negotiators must | were higher than those of any trouble as the Electric Company. | jeft London Airport in Constella-

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‘the roll, would they al- jing certain highly qualified tech- | 8*Mtine with unrequited exports. Not In Favour - Hemo, Klim—5-lb. or 1-lb. Tins, Vita-Cup, Grape- }
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children to suffer jn the Government service. When a beaaie ree be a true people had been experien- Ly 5 ‘ ; ys
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the recommenda- that report was supposed to re- : * ‘that would go to help solve such Current Estimates, as shown
those schools taught present sober judgment and ma- B.O.A.C. Traffic troubles. If they eed had susll in the Supplementary Fsti-

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mittee had done a job not in it was not necessary to depend| gers were carried and about 1939 and the Better Security
st of teachers only, but on any long passages aiid re-| 408,600,000 passengers miles re and ee Act, 1920. by
Me interest of the community commended certain allowances. If | flown. Comparable figures for th eee ap cangend a ba gnee The House’ passed the TE
a whole. It was the duty of they could not get first class men, | 1946 were 136,000 passengers and anil stated ere a ee. hen following:— VA THROUGH-
ernment to maintain the they were not to limit the con- | 404,500,000 passenger miles. a aoe ay enya e A Bill to authorise the Rector
educational standard that the tract for a specified period, but In 1949 3,969 tons of cargo that a Government never 7 of the parish of Saint Joseph ,
ead maintained in the past, should make conditions of service | were carried including diplo-| Gucted its business properly but 4, sel] a patt of the Glebe | . : OUT 1950
wor which it had been credit- attractive to bring in officers un-} matic mail and excess baggage) the Electric Company was worse 455.4 of the said parish fo, the Nylon Nighties
pnt Only in the West Indies ti] such time as emergency had | compared with 3,740 tons in 1948.| than any Government he knew. Executive Committee of Bar-
faso in the Mother Country ceased. The amount of mail carried de-| They could not sit there quietly — jados, e
here. Mr. Crawford said that they | creased slightly from 1,970 tons and allow such a state of lament- An Address to His Ex- Sli & Pp t S Ride Together
2 W. A, Crawford (C) said should not take steps to-day to] in 1948 to 1,767 tons in 1949, | @bDle affairs to go on. Sab cellency the Governor re- Ips an ie
because British Guiana or impose such a burden on the col- He would not be surprised if lating to the engagement of a ;
mad paid leave passages to ony on a permanent basis unless Notable 1949 events in the} he heard that when the trouble suitable Reporter for two | a and Ride
Officers, it did not necessarily it was essentially imperative. Corporation included the intro-| at the Company was ultimately months in place of Mr. C. B. |
that Barbados should do duction of Argonaut Speedbirds|'mended, that they decided to Rook official Reporter of the ith
eahal Comparison on many of the routes to the} chafge more rates, As evidence Legislative Council who has MODERN DRESS wi
sis Known that for years, With regard to the comparison | East and Far East and Strato-| to show how they did not care been “granted two months’
NGulana could not balance of British Guiana and Trinidad | cruisers on the London-New/ much about their responsibili' sick leave : Pleasure
sain 28d when that colony to Barbados, what did British | York service. the community, the spare parts The House discusseq the SHOPPE
‘y Subsidise certain food- Guiana had to offer* To Govern- During the year 3B.O.A.C.’s} were to come by boat. He felt thot electrie Company in respect to
Bit had to apply to the Im- ment servarits, one of the primary routé service mileage increased] in such a case of emergency, they the prevailing electricity cuts. | STREET.
hment for a grant, considerations was health. Brit-| to 175,000 miles, largely as a) should be cabled for in the first its tite. akisavsmd. te: | BROAD . on
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BARBADOS sb ADVOCATE

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

Wednesday, February 1, 1950

“Littl Children”

BECAUSE of the zeal of a few spirits
who refuse to be disheartened, social wel-
fare continues to make progress in an island
where it had such a bad start. This week
the spotlight is turned on the activities of
those who are interested in baby welfare
facilities for the mothers of St. Philip and
St. Thomas.

On Saturday the Committees of the
Baby Welfare League of those parishes
are sponsoring a cabaret and ball at the
Drill Hall in an attempt to get public
interest and support for their worthy
cause. All those who buy tickets for this
ball will be helping to make their con-
tribution to a work which is alleviating
the lot of the mothers who are too poor
to avail themselves of nursing homes,
hospitals and even midwives. It is a work
for children; and those who love children
will not grudge support of a cause so
worthy and a task so great.

Mrs. H. W. Peebles and Mrs. H. G. Cum-
mins are particularly to be praised for the
inspiration of the movement, but a long
list of social workers have rallied to their
support.

Those who remember the
late Mrs. Florence Browne
John Beckles to-day, know that it was
against great odds that they fought their
way to success. In every walk of life
in this island to-day their work is appre-
ciated. It is because the children of the
poor have been given a new lease of life.
But their success has been partiai. Much
remains tc be done. Today there «re raany
more wuling helpers, but a few guiding
hands cannot be expected aione to make
their sacrifice without greater -assistance
and support from the general public

It is recognised in every civilised com-
munity of people that the welfare of the
less fortunate is the concern of the entire
body; but inertia and egotism are major
obstacles to greater advances in social wel-
fare. There is no question of subsidising
those who can afford to bear their own
burdens. The objects of both the St.
Thomas and St. Philip Welfare League
are the practice of charity. They can
achieve little more than a drop of water
in an ocean of misery but they will at
least have achieved that.

It is the duty of every civilised com-
munity to care for its young people. This
week set apart for the assistance of moth-
ers and @hildren may well act as a spur
to the efforts of charity and mercy. It is
om the neglect of charity and mercy that
the demagogue and charlatan find fuel

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Arts and Crafts

IT IS satisfying to record the increased
interest in art in this island. Within recent
weeks there have been several exhibitions
which have shown how much talent
waiting for public recognition in Barbados
and other West Indian Islands.

In the past a few kept the light burning
but with the entry of artists of wider ex-
perience and background the cirele has
been widenins To the efforts of Mrs.
Aileen Hamilton and others when there
was little opportunity beside the Annual
Industrial Exhibition, have been added the
techniques of a Conneli, a MacLeod, and a
Harrison. A Broodhagen and a Payne have
been able to show that within a more cir-
cumscribed West Indian background,
worthwhile contributions to painting and
other branches of art can also be made.

Queen’s Park is now the scene of 4 display of
art and handicraft. Not only paintings of quality
but pottery and handmade articles of various use
and designs go to make up a collection which goes
to prove that there is talent waiting for oppor-
tunity. Particularly encouraging is the juvenile
section where toys, mats, brushes, shoes and other
items vie with each other in proclaiming the
versatility and technique of Barbados’ well in-
structed and responsive younger generation. It
cannot give of its best and bloss:m forth without
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Election And Other \ApPING THE COLONES

News From Britain

By David Vemple Reberts

“LET us see it through to- dates fighting the election. There instance, is becuming more
gether” is reported to be Labour’s were less than 300 last time. I staunchly Liberal—that is to say
election slogan. You can notice doubt whether more than 20 of adapting its generally liberal
the difference between ¢his and these aspiring politicians will find principles exactly to the Liberal
the self-confident “Labour Faces themselves in the House of Com- Party. The Labour newspaper,
the Future” used at the 1945 mons when all is counted. But “Daily Herald”, has heralded the
election. “See it through to- they will steal 3,000,000 votes, coming of the ‘cartoonist, David
gether” has a grim ring to it. We probably, from one or other of Low, to its staff, with a fanfare of
wonder why the Party pundits the major parties. Everything triumph and a promise that Low
have chosen this. Are we to be seems to turn on whether a will be able to take shots at his
prepared for another deep crisis Liberal Candidate will gather his paymasters, the T.U.C., just as he
and an appeal that only labour votes in larger proportion from aiq during his years with -the
ean force Britain through future “ex-Labourites” ar from “ex- Conservative “Evening Standara.
troubles without unemployment, Conservatives.” How this fine Buttercup, the famous Trade
general strikes and industrial col- distinction will go in each Con- Union carthorse, will still be as
lapse? Last year the Labour stituency is a matter for an ex- much in evidence as Colone:
Party published a pamphlet with pert—in each Constituency. At Slimp. Apart from that, the
the heading “Labour Believes in present it is noticeable that the “Daily Herald” seems to have
Britain”—this was before the £ Conservative Press is straining made a great effort to improve
sterling took a leap downwards— itself to prove to Liberals that the readability of its columns.
but this pamphlet was followed they are wasting their votes un- For years the “Herald” has hac
by a Conservative publication less they vote Conservative. The a large, stable and loyal reader-
called “The Right Road for other election-winning factor that ship. While other papers have
Britain.” Apparently the Labour cannot yet be assessed is what gained many readers. Whether
organisers have decided that their effect the radio speeches of the the “Herald”, which is compelle=
first choice for a slogan — this leaders will have. Last time—in to plough the dreary furrow ©
“Labour Believes in Britain”—is 1945—Mr. Attlee certainly scored support for Labour Britain can
too subtle for millions of voters a great success. He will have ever have attractions to compete
who are expected to announce at difficulty in repeating it, for this with the more freely campagining
the polls that Britain Believes in reason. Since then radio listen- press is a matter now much dis-
Labour. But the latest alterna- ers have grown tired of Labour cussed up and down the news-
tive, asking us to “See it threugh oratory. We have heard Dr. paper world.
together’ carries, as well as a Dalton explain that sterling could Arguments For And Against
gloomy tone, a certain element of not afford to be “convertible” — Japbour is congratulating itself
threat. This is a political party and so we must work harder. Mr. 4, making a success of its first
slogan. Presumably it means that Attlee’s voice has cut into a fuel nationalisation. The coal mines
the people of Britain and the crisis—and exhorted us to work are producing more than last year
Labour Party should stick to- harder; Sir Stafford Cripps has ang output per man is rising
geth@r. But if the people of launched an export drive — and steadily. The Government has
Britain decide otherwise, and told us we must work harder; Sir given the miners a pat on the
choose the “right road” the Con- Stafford Crips has explained, after p2-; — what they want, though,
servative’s offer then, it seems to promises to the contrary, that the ;, 3 return to the five-day week
be stated within their latest £ must be devalued — and advised 4,5; they extracted from the Coal
slogan that the Labour Party does us to seize this opportunity and poorg when it took over from
not intend to “See it through.” So work harder. Finally, will the private owners. Three years ago
if there is a great storm coming political leaders let their faces be | remember our Foreign Secretary,
for Britain, whatever the Party seen on television? The decision prnect Bevin, saying that he could
of her Government, and the Con- has not yet been made. But I gq. wonders in his foreign policy
servatives have to weather this doubt whether many politicians i¢ pe could have a few million
storm then the question remains, are vain enough to imagine that ton. o¢ coal for export — mainly
will the Labour Party try to help their faces are good propaganda +, European countries. Although
the Government to “See it at the fireside. he now has that coal, I can only

Through,” or will it use the i report that regrettably Britain
troubles of the country for bitter Pa eee OT still gets a bad press in Europe!

campaigning against a future Con- : , F :
servative Government. the congregation at St. Paul’s On the other side of national-
Cathedral will hear Sir Stafford isation, the Conservative party
Predictions Cripps speak from the pulpit. He can point to the failure of the
As I write, there are twc con- is the first layman ever to preach Transport Commission to make a
trary political pointers for the in St. Paul’s. The Chancellor will success of British Railways. It
election, The Stock Exchange speak on “personal faith” and his was argued, when the four com-
is offering odds against the Con- own claim to be speaking in St. panies were taken over, that
servative Party of five to four. Paul’s is not that he is Chancellor nationalisation would mean é
The Public Opinion polls, how- of the Exechequer, of course, but sensible co-operation between the
ever, are in almost exact agree- that he is a member of a group companies. But in these respects
ment that 53 per ‘cent. of the called “Christian Action.” Last nothing much has changed. If I
electorate will vote Conservative summer Sir Stafford published a want to find the time of a train
—and that is enough to give the little book on his beliefs — in the going southward from London I
Conservative Party a working midst of his intense activities. I telephone to “Southern Region”:
majority in the House of Com- remember it was while Sir Staf- if I want a train to Birmingham
mons The Labour Commenta- ford was in Washington for | telephone “Midland Region” —
tors are adopting the interesting financial talks, just before the de- so where is the gain? The rail-
view that the Stock Exchange is, valuation of sterling, that a ways, too, now admit they are
after all, very shrewd—and as for French journalist, who knew Sir losing half a million pounds a
Public Opinion polls, they Stafford well, published a witty week. Trains that were running
say, look what happened to Gov- review of the book under the with crowds in the corridors a
ernor Dewey who relied on this heading “God and the £ Sterling’ few years ago now have whole
modernised crystal gazing in his in a leading French newspaper. carriages empty. The argument
campaign against President Newspaper Changes for nationalisation was that good
Truman! All I can add is my One of the results of an ap- management would make travel
own view that there are too many proaching general election is a cheaper and more attractive, anc
odd factors in this election to make polishing up of some of our news- save the British railways from
anything but gambling sensible at papers—and a tendency to stick the financial losses that most rail-
the moment For one thing, more carefully to their own party ways in the world are suffering.
there will be 400 Liberal candi- lines. The “News Chronicle”, for We would enjoy some of that.

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(Our Lendon Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail)

A society has been formed in
London which will have the
wholehearted support of all who
are interested im services to

humanity. It is the British Empire
Society for the Blind, which will
jeal with problems of blindness
in the British Colonial Empire.

Five years ago a committee ap-
pointed jointly by the National In-
stitute for the Blind, and the
Colonial Office, sent investigators
to the colonies to review the whole
subject. In 1948 their findings
were published in a White Paper
that shocked all who read it. The
Society that has now been formed
is a direct outcome of these in-
vestigations -

People in Britain were horrified
to learn that in British Africa
alone at least one million people
cannot see. Public consciences were
awakened when it was revealed
that eighty per cent of this blind-
ness could have been prevented
by knowledge of modern methods
and techniques.

£10,000 was granted to the
Society by the National Institute
for the Blind to cover the initial
costs. It was given on the assump-
tion that a similar amount will be
found from colonial sources, and
already more than half th: sum
asked for has been contributed by
the colonies

Although the headquarters of
the new society will remain in
London, independent branches will

Blind

be set up in areas most needing
attention, as soon as possible. The
society will be able to send help
and advice to schools already ¢s-
tablished, in such places as Trini-
dad, Barbados and Jamaica.

Africa presents the greatest task.
Child blindness has risen alarm-
ingly, and there are only four
small schools for the blind there.
One is in Kenya, one on the Gold
Codfst and two in Northern Rho-
desia. They cater for only two
hundred blind in all. This appall-
ing state of affairs could hardly be
worse, and it is bound to be a
long time before improvements
are visible.

The secretary and chief execu-
tive officer is Mr. John Wilson,
who will appreciate the difficulties
that beset those without sight per-
haps better than any of his col-
leagues. He was himself blinded



Teday’s Thought

LET US LABOUR for that
larger comprehension of
truth, and that more thorough
repudiation of error, which
shall make the history of
mankind a series of ascending
developments.

—Horace Mann.



at the age of thirteen by an acci-
dent, and has been assistant secre-
tary of the National Institute for
the Blind for the past eight years

The society has power to estab-
lish travelling eye clinics and other
medical services, to promote sight-
saving propaganda, to founc
schools, training centres, work-
shops and welfare services of all!
kinds, and to adapt the Braille
system to the languages spoken
in the colonies. In many parts of
Africa blindness is caused by a fly
which infects the human blood-
stream and eventually kills the
optic nerve. It has been proved that
this particular disease, known as
onchocerciasis, cam be almost
completely eliminated by steril-
izing rivers and spraying cattle
with D.D.T. Other causes of blind-
ness could be easily remedied or,
more important, forestalled, » by
better education.

It is a grave reflection on those
administering to the needs of the
country, that these simple meas-
ures have not been taken—meas-
ures that would have such
immediate and lasting effect.

The British Empire Society for
the Blind is an unofficial body
which places it in an excellent
position to advise Governments,
or even plead with them. In addi-
tion it has enough influential sup-
port and experience for it to be
able to help other voluntary or-
ganisations without seeming to
interfere —L.E.S,



/

By Peter Ditton
LONDON, (By Mail)

DURING the next few months, maps will |}

be prepared in England which will enable |}
decisions to be taken about a score of Colo-|jj

;

the North-South rail link throagk Central]|j
Africa, the areas for agricultural develop-
ments in West Africa, the site for the new
hydro-electric plant in North Borneo; these
and many other pressing problems will be)j}
tackled in the light of the latest geographical |}

ee problems. The route to be followed by

information. .

The maps themselves are now being pre-|j

pared by the Directorate of Colonial Surveys
at Teddington, Middlesex. They are being
compiled from photographs taken by the
RAF Survey Squadron of eight converted
Lancaster bombers. During the last three
years, 400,000 photographs have been taken
by aircraft of this squadron and from the
photographs over 100,000 miles of Colonial

territory have been mapped.

Wonderful work is being done by the Direc-

torate. But have you ever paused for

moment to consider how all the maps are
made, how the strips of aerial photographs
are translated into accurate detailed plans?

It is not an easy process and certainly not

one that can be done in a hurry. Even the
crudest form of map, without any contours,
takes five weeks to compile from the time

the photographs are received.

When the photographs arrive at the office
of the Directorate of Colonial Surveys they
are in strip form. Each photograph overlaps

the next one by two-thirds and the botto

m

edge of each photograph is also duplicated
when the aircraft flies along to take the

next strip.

But obviously, a map cannot be prepared
just by drawing direct from the photographs,
because although in the centre of the photo-

graphs the detail would be accurate, the

re

would be distorticn towards the side. This

distortion of course varies with the heig
from which the photograph is taken.

ht

The Directorate has an ingenious method

for overcoming this difficulty. It makes u

se

of the fact that the area immediately below !%
the camera is not distorted in the photograph.:|%
This point is marked off, and another easily |%

distinguishable object such as a tree,

a

waterfall, a road or a mountain, previously
surveyed from the ground, is also recorded.

Then, by use of a geometric formula oth

er

areas can be ascertained in their correct per-

spective.

This process naturally entails overlapping |

the photographs to some degree and in ord

er

to avoid too much confusion, celluloid sheets
are used in place of the actual photos. When
these sheets, called templates, have been
correctly aligned they are placed on to a large

drawing board marked off in squares, rath

er

like a giant chess board. The previously re-
corded points on the photographs are then
pin-pricked through the templates on to the
drawing board and, with frequent references
to the original photographs, the actual details
can be drawn in free hand. The size of the
map is then reduced photographically and

roads, rivers, forests etc, can be added.

In

this preliminary stage the map is then ready

for use.

But while this form of map is perfectly ac-
curate for measuring distances and seeing the
position of roads, it cannot be used for de-

termining heights.

If contour lines are to be added to the map,
then additional processes are necessary. First

the photographs are reproduced accurately
something approaching the size of a lante
slide. Three of four slides are inserted in

to
m
a

machine called a multiplex projector which
imitating the approximate position of the

plane when the
projects them on to a

then follow.

Place names for all the maps are supplied
to the Directorate by the responsible author-
ities overseas, They are reproduced by letter-
press and then stuck on to the drawn map

before being photographed.

U. K. Will Not Help The West Indies To Get Ships





}
4
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a

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—That school of politicians
which in recent years has spoken
little appreciation of
what the West Indies owe to the
West India Committee in London
can shut up. The following letter
by Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretary
of the West India Committee, in
the “Times” of January 25, shows
how much the West Indies have
to be thankful for the champion-
ship of this body. He writes;
“Major Black’s question in your
correspondence columns to-day—
“Have the organizers of the Feésti-
val of Britain taken any steps to
lay on ships to bring visitors across
the ocean?”—invites attention -to
a still more pressing problem
which has endured since 1938, and
: ll, five years after the





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the cost to which they were
formerly accustomed, or else take
their place in the long queue
awaiting transport by sea. Often
the intending West Indian visitor
suffers a delay of months await-
ing @ passage, and such as do
eventually secure one find a great
deal of their time in this country
taken up in a harassing endeavour
to obtain return berths. Not the
least serious aspect of. the matter
is the loss to British businessmen
anxious to take advantage of the
fubstangial preferences granted
to them by the colonies. This can-
not be estimated, but it is un-
doubtedly very great.

The French, and in a less de-
gree the Dutch, have tackled the
problem of providing steamship
connettions with their colonies
vigorously, but the Ministry of
Transport finds itself unable to
get beyond the fact that no Brit-
ist st hit wre la ed with
will



ow





ing passen-
less he receives
tive guarantees against loss
om the one hand we find

ajestys Wover! pour-




1emes of



and at the same time neglecting
to grapple with a complementary
problem vital to the success of
their main purpose,”

SHIP FAN.

A Place Second

To Home Producer
To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—This is what the Tories
say about the Commonwealth and
Empire in the Right Road for
Britain:

"We pledge ourselves to give
our active support to all meas-
ures to promote the welfare of the
British Empire and Common-
wealth. We shall do all in our
power to develop the new rela-
tionships in the Commonwealth
with India, Pakistan, and Ceylon.
The more frequent the meetings
between principal Ministers from
the countries of the Common-
wealth the better, and the views of
our partners on the desirability

of setting up a permanent civil

liaison staff will be sought. All
Empire and Commonwealth Gov-
ernments must review the entire
field of Imperial defence and dis-
cuss together the need for a com-

mon advisory defence council and
1 combined staff so as to work

vogether for the standardization
of equipment and methods of
training.

ed — welcome and aid the
stea ow of United Kingdom
citizens to Commonwealth coun-
trics, provided that it includes a
fair cross: of our population
by age and occupation. The great-
est possible t of Em-
pte trade is our aim. We offer
Empire producers a place in the
United Kingdom market second
only to the home producer. We
claw) the right to maintain what-
ever preferences dr other special
errangements may be necessary.
We shall be prepared to offer a
guaranteed market at a remuner-
ative price for some colonial pro-
duct; and to concert plans with
Curmmonwealth countries for the
luonj-term expansion of produc-
tion of food and raw materials
Roth British and American in-
vestments in the colonies

icstered under suit >
in ,eve nila ter-

ritories to the ad



rder to

We adhere to
in the Charter of
Nations and will
agencies designed to

the 1




a To The

social and economic welfare of the places in the

Special
peoples of the world. Hand in deaf children in Port-of-Spain

School

were taken,
surface. The pro-
jections are done alternately in green and red
and by viewing the successive reproductions
through a pair of spectacles with a red lens
and one green a relief model can be distin-
guished. The determination of heights will

for

hand with France and other have been made available to this

friendly Powers we shall pursue
the aim of closer unity in Europe.
The admission of the Government
of western Germany into the
Council of Europe will be support-
ed on the un ing that she
accepts freely and fully the
western democratic conception of
human rights. Among future
tasks is the need to make an
Austrian treaty on terms which
will safeguard Austrian independ-
ence and provide for the with-
drawal of Russian forces simulta-
neously ith those of the western
Powers.

Above all, we seek to work in
fraternal association with the
ed States to help by all means
U countries, in Europe, Asia, or
elsewhere, to resist the aggression
munism by open attack or

ret penetration.”

Deaf And Dumb




7—10 years.

:
:

President

BETTY ARNE,

Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Through the co-operation

of the Trinidad Association in

uid, Of the Deaf and Dumb, four

Hon. Secrefary B’dus
Assn. in aid of the Blind,

Deaf and humb

eee ae, Maane Sat Se Cure
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7 . of interest is
in the children’s work
esbowt * d Crafts Exhibition

re ae} “park. Upstairs Mr.

p QUES cacLend, one of the

*- pers of the Barbados

Crafts Society, }s the best
three paintings were

s well as as

and one 0
nies. Mrs. Ham~
os ry is always sought

lic.

pH ge open from 10

‘4g 6 pn. every day and will

an Saturday afternoon next.

was Lasers, Pepin
y yesterday an
ose oy ihe sun reach
prightness. The ars
e heavy showers
sc memaindet ¢ of the day
ittent drizzles fell.
“Square, which is gen-
tits busiest between 8 and
in the morning, was
sind at these times. Clerks
sheltering on side walks
ity of the Square, were

cm a few doors away
their

ghd

ca

Stores, but owing to
rin they were held up.

y FOLK were seen carry-
umbrellas and wearing
t the Jargest umbrella
that which was erected
ies Constable on point
} pear the Nelson Statue. It
have been a coincidence but
served at that spot|
remain at that spo
— coe a the
very hot day.
Prsters in Roebuck | Street !
swed and shops were crowd- |
pedestrians, who were

s these rains perhaps a
erer was the hawker
sue or her goods on the
t. There is always a rush
ove trays and baskets from
pavement and occasionally
‘of the vegetables and fruit
) crushed or misplaced.
th the rain delayed many
Hloyees some were able to
way to work,
hike their y
TO 6.00 AM. yesterday
the City only had 8 parts
wed and Station Hill dis-
s. It was the Lee-
t nest. Peter, 88 parts,
flies 73 parts, and St, An-
160 parts—that benefited most
th rains on Monday and up
Welock yesterday morning.
that period the rainfall re-
were: City § parts, Station
District 5 parts, St. George;



St. Philip 4 parts, St.
36 parts, St. Peter 88
St. Joseph 57 parts, St.

es 73 parts, St. John 37 parts,
wucy 30 parts and St. Andrew

ABOUT 5.30 a.m. yesterday,
While the rain was just pre-
ig to. come down in: torrents,
broke out at Flag Staff Hill
/iestroyed 25 holes of second
pripe canes belonging to Wal-
fields of the same address.
es/are covered by insur-

ERT JORDAN (78) of Fair-
Meld, Black Rock, died sud-
y at his home at about 1,00
on Monday. A post mortem
ination was performed by
pE. B. Simon and death was
led to natural causes,

LOSS of a shirt valued
$4.00 was reported by Joseph
lof Bulls Alley, He stated
t shirt was taken from his|

nce between 4.30 p.m. and
Pm. on Monday.

i WOOD of Bay Street re-
Ported the loss of nine pack-
of cigarettes valued $1.08 and
Mi cash from her shop at the
between 3.15 p.m.
Up.m. on Saturday. |

N ACCIDENT occurred on
Marchiileld Road at about
on Sunday between a
Owned and ridden by
Callender of Four Square
; and the motor car J—184,
and driven by Kenneth
t of Kendal, St, John.

me front wheel and fork of the
Were damaged but no
@ was done to the car.



/ MONDAY at about 11.00
‘um, a fire broke out at the
Gand shingled house
feet, at Orange Hill,
ee the extent of $48 wa
house is not insured
owned by Belfield Searles}
Mi the time of the incident it
pied by Eudelie Thorne.
sewours turned out and
red in Subduing the blaze.

BLOSS of 105 holes of In-
{ dian corn from the lands of
Intation on Sunday was
Mr. H. A, Gill, Man-
0 same Plantation,
corn, Which is ‘valued
me property of Mr.G. S

; GRIFFITH of St.
Hias Gap reported that
Was broken and enter-
0.30 p.m. and 10.40
Murday and an alarm
Other articles to the
5.68 are missing,

ARBADOS Versus

FEBRUARY

by |



INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET



I, 1950





|

JUST IN TIME for the rain was this “umbrella box”,
Policeman stationed in Trafalgar Square just ne
of Lord Nelson.

Rain Holds

Up Port
Workers

Over an hour’s rain yesterday
stopped all work in the harbour.
A dozen lighters filled with cargo
from, the steamship ‘Prospector’
were lying alongside the whart
covered with canvas while their
erews were taking shelter.

The rain held up shortly after
midday and work started again.
Some waterfront labourers were
busy bailing the rain water from
unloaded lighters while other
were engaged in the landing and
removal of the cargo.

Portland cement, corrugated
sheets, drums of X-100 motor oil,
galvanize sheets and other small
packages were among the commg-
dities handled.

The hustle of lorries, hand-
carts and people was mainly cen-
tred around the lower end of the
wharf. The flow of traffic was at
a slow rate as there was only one
steamship in port.



3 Factories Start
Grinding Canes

Three factories have started
their cane crop. Foursquare, St.
Philip, and Searles, Christ Churcl
started on the 28rd of last month
while Newton, Christ Church,
started on the 30th.

Due - a good supply of rain
during last year, a big crop is
expected and these three factor-
jes are going swiftly forward t
finish their reaping and grinding
All of the other factories ar¢
expected to begin early this
month,

Most of the factories have beer
improving their equipment since
the 1949 crop from the Rehabil-
itation Fund and quicker and
more efficient grinding will be hac
this season,



Mobile Cinema
Aft Christ Church

The show which the
Cinema was to present at Mount
Tabor, St. John, on Friday nigh
has been cancelled and a show a,
*| Warners Pasture, Christ Church,
will be given instead.

Mobile

.
Ships Here
7 @
On Friday
Due to arrive at Barbados or
Friday next are steamships ‘ ‘Lady
Nelson” and “Alcoa Patriot.’
The “Lady Nelson” is return
ing from British Guiana via Trin-
idad, Grenada and St. eee
ringing frozen and general cargo
Fro, ie it will sail North.
The “Alcoa Patriot’ is coming
from Halifax with cargo.
Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Ltd., are local agents of th¢
“Lady Nelson”, while-those of the
“Alcoa Patriot” are Messrs. De
| Costa & Co., Ltd.

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ND MATCH: FEBRUARY 16, 17, 18, 20 & 21 |
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Owing to the arrival of a TOURIST SHIP on
} THURSDAY Feb. 2nd OUR PHOENIX PHAR-
I} MACY Branch will remain open all day but will

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LA eet





country with malaria and filaria
and English officials were loth to
go there unless they could be
guaranteed enough money in
order that they could take the
fullest advantage of their leave.
The case was not so with Barba-
dos as it was known that this was
a neaithy country.

Referring to the proposal by
Goyernment in connection with
leave passages for officers, they
were told in the Report of the
Committee that where an officer
was going on vacation leave, he
would be entitled to one forty-
eighth of the cost of return pass-
ages for himself and his wife in
respect of each month of service
te the Government and that he
should be entitled to use such
passages when he liked when go-
ing on vacation leave and that
that leave should be given after
four years of service.

Mr. Crawford said that Mr.
Adams had recommended five
years before leave passage was
granted but that seemed to be too
long and now they were being
asked to accept four years.

U.K. Passage

The passage to the United
Kingdom and return was roughly
speaking. $1,200 and if an officer
had to take his wife with him it
would mean an additional $1,200
apart from his salary.

No member of the House or the
Government unless he was insane
should attempt to ask the colony
to support the resolution before
them and when it came to the
next one it would be nothing but
lunacy if they were to support it.
They could not afford ta pay
leave passage either for the two
masters or the officers in the sche-
dule because it was beyond the
resources of the colony.

He felt that they were other
things which needed their atten-
‘ion like the reconstruction of the
fast Coast Road and the canafis-
ing of the Constitution Swamp.
Because yjitish Guiana and
Trinidad were paying leave pass-
ages, was no reason why they
should do the same.

Looking at the matter dispas-
sionately and from the point of





for the
xt to the Statue
yesterday,

491. Casks
Salted Fish

Arrive Here

As motor vessel ‘“Ferryland”
sailed into the Careenage yester-
day morning the murmur “‘it is
well laden with salted fish” c 1
be pe cro cect, view of the average Civil Servant,

_ a said Mr. aw appear

Four hundred and ninety- -one| ° ud Mr. Crawford, it did appea
canitanar ited h f New-| 25 if there was more justification
casks of salted fish from < "| for giving leave passage to Head-
foundland were lying in the ‘“Fer- | 7
cyland’s” hatches for Barbados. | ™@Sters and Assistant Masters of
: c . “e~"* | Elementary schools. That was to

The

“Ferryland”, on its way to| say, if they agreed to the princi-
Barbados from Newfoundiand,| ple, there was some justification
made stops to St. Vincent and] for extension to include Govern-
Grenada where it discharged! ment Servants lower down in the

supplies of fish, Service. This was certainly more
It is expected to leave this port | desirable than iving free passage
either this evening or to-morrow] to the wife of say the Government
for British Guiana to load rum for| Electrical Inspector or the Deputy
Newfoundland. Yesterday the} Registrar or the Engineer of High-
B.U.O.C. fuel truck was filling} ways and Transport etc.

the vessel’s tanks with diesel oil Temporary Arrangements
for the return trip to Newfound- He felt that some temporary
land. arrarygement should have been
made to attract the teachers, for
in his opinion the colony could
not yet commit itself to pay leave
passages. Even if it did the whole





Bad weather has made the ar-
rival of the “Ferryland” two days
late. It took 12 days from St

John’s to St. Vincent, while it
would have-only taken 10. days basis of the matter before them

under normal weather conditions.} V@S completely contrary to the
The voyage from St. Vincent to} e¢commendation of the Civil Ser-
Grenada, was made in nine hours} V@2t Commissioner. Before its
and from Grenada here in 22] 2doption, if it were adopted at all,
hours. they should be told why those
employees in the lower branches
jof the Service were not included.
| He understood on reasonably
| correct authority, that the Whit-
} ley Council a body recognised by

Cost Of Living
Jumipe-4 Roiatte* | De oremunect ns tne coma

According to figures just releas- | Government Service, did not agree
ed by the Labour Commissioner,| With the proposals before — the
the cost of living for the month | House, He remembered in 1948



of December 1949 has jumped} When the question of the increase
four, points over that of Novem-|0f salaries for the Unestablished
ber Staff was before the House, and

The overall increase on all | when the Government had pro-

items since 1939 is 128 per cent,,| Posed to give them a penny ai\
while the increase on “food for the | hour increase, that the majority of |
same period is 117 per cent. | members had opposed it and said
) that the amount should at least
|be four cents, At that time an
| attempt was made to push it down,
| the throats of hon. members that



$210 Missing

|the Whitley Council themselves

| had endorsed the proposal for a/|

From Schooner |}\°
Captain George @louden of the| s Whitley Council een
Schooner Molly N. Jones, has re-|_ If the recommendation of the



ported to the Police the loss of | Whitley Council could be accept- |
$210.00 from his ship in the inner ; 4 in one matter, why not do so as

q
1 age. Th meee other matters, questionec
abines ti Sy ai a ‘i iy _o" ace on ie . Crawford. The Whitley Coun-
Friday, night last He had draw al ‘did not agree with the Reso-
the money 7 oe he Bank on | lution now before the House. If
rt ld say that. the

; the men next day, | Gove"nment cou a
Satur hey car wh when he was t day, | Whitley Council agreed, then that
to pa ithe money was vitealne. ;Council or the Government did
At os issing from the deck-|"0t know what they were saying,
: or Se B k pass | va A lot had been made about tha
pouee Were: (wo Ban wean alaries paid by British Guiana

ind a gold chain valued $10.00. , 5

and Trinidad. Those places might
be able to pay £2,000 per year fo
a Science Master but although |
Barbados needed a Science Mas-
ter it could not do this and would
| have to be satisfied with what
}could be secured for the salary |
they could afford without affect- ;
ling the standard of their edtca- |

tion, It should be borne in mind |

Sé. Mary’s Church |

WEDNESDAY, Ist February,
6700 a.m.—Requiem Mass.
7 Evensong !

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From Paze 3 [

too, that as regards technical offi-
cers such as colonial engineers and
the like, this colony presented no
difficulty in engineering problems
such as British Guiana and T in-
dad for instance. Here there were!
no waterfalls or rivers to ha ness.
He had noticed in the Schedule
for leave passages, refer }
the offices of Attorney General,

Assistant Attorney General and]
Legal Draughtsman. Did this mean |

that they had got to offer suc:
facilities to these officers? Sure!

ence

the Attorney General of Barby-
dos did not have to. exercise th-
same legal ability as say, ine
Attorney General of British Gui-
ana who had to be engaged every-
day in the drafting of special
licenses for the mining of baux-
ite coal, ete.

Concluding Mr. C-awford ask
ed: “Can we afford an ext"a $50
per month over and above an
officer’s salary to give him and his
wife a free trip to England every
four years?

Mr. Adams (L) said that he
would like to hear all hon. mem-
bers views but he did not pro-
pose to deal with the matter of
‘eave passages then, as he coutd |
well see hon. members might have |
va'ious advices which could be
taken back to the Executive Com-
nittee so that the matter might
receive further consideration.

Principle

He, however, was asking hon.
members to see that the principle
was essential. it was necessary
that some sdit of guarantee should
be given to those who were still}
in the balance. Government hax |
been assured in the most emphatic
language that the question om
leave passages was more impor-
tant to some teachers than even |
increased salaries.

He was asking hon. members to
pass the Resolution. Admittedly
it would admit the principle of
leave passages but the details as
to whether a school master should
get leave passage for his wife, |
and so on, could be considered at
another time.

Later Mr. Adams pointed out |
that the matter of leave passages,
contrary to the suggestion of the
hon. junior member for St. Philip, |
was accepted by the Whitley!
Council as well as the Committee
and the Government.

Mr. Mottley (E) pointed out!
that while appreciating the pres- |
ent difficulty as regards teachers,
like the hon. junior member for
St. Philip he felt that some tempo- !
rary arrangement should hav e
been made to get the teachers in|
the school.

He was never in favour of this |
matter of leave passages and he}
thought the proposed set- -up was}
something which should be sent
back to the Government to be re-
vised. He felt that if they decided |
to pass the Resolution they should
inake it absolutely clear that they
were not committing themselves
to paragraph six of the Adden-
dum which dealt with leave pass-
ages. |
In respect to this difficulty in
getting teachers he would like tc
Suggest the possibility of some
solution, There was a shortage
uf teachers everywhere today but |
right here in this island there was |
a number of ambitious young!
men with the necessary ability
who were willing to go out an 1}
study, to qualify as teachers and |
come back here to give the island |
the benefit of their «studies, This |

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|

was a fact and he thought that
steps should be taken to give the: |
every opportunity to
their plans.

After i\uther discussion M
E. K. Walcott said that he did not|
think they should bind them-
selves to accept leave passages as
a matter of principle. Since there
was no other way of showing the’:
disagreement he moved that
a mark of censure they should
reduce the amount by three dol-
lars. Mr. Wilkinson seconded t!
motion and it was agreed to
already stated. The Résclution |
was then passed.
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pains in his arms madeit tortur |
to use them. Yet to-day he feels |
fitter than ever and work is & |
pleasure, as he tellsin hisletter |

“I had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had |
such pains in my arms I scar cely |
knew how to use them. Then ! |
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle |
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor- |
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so fit for years. I used to fee! |
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead | |
of a dread.’’—S.B.

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rheumatism are usually caused |
by deposits of excess uric a r
the muscles and joints, Kruscher
stimulates the kidneys and other !
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all
excess uric acid is expe
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When that goes, aches and pains |
go too. Freshness and vigour |
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QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT..... . 30ce. |
Your Cost of Living Bonus for Q
T hursday Friday § Saturday QUAKER MUFFETS .....,...... 3le.
Usually Now QUAKER CORNFLAKES ....... 32.
McEWANS RED LABEL QUAKER OATS, Tins ...... 7 Vibe) a
BEER—per bot. 27 21
QUAKER OATS, pkts. ........... 93e.
McEWANS RED LABEL ‘
BEER—per case $6.48 $4.80 CORN. TOASTINS |. ......2...5:. 30.
1.X.L. RASPBERRY JAM, per bot. WEETABIX (large) .............. 45c.
Usually 5le. Now 42e. i
WEETABIX (small) ............. 26e.
soe & GLASS BLANCMANGE® ROBINSON'S PATENT BARLEY
Flavours to a pkt. each making RE te eee Sen ie 79¢.
1 pint—Usually 26c, Now 15e. ROBINSON’S PATENT BARLEY
OUND Fi os ie ct hewn Poon . 42c.
RON ISIE IR NNREN.
MORTON'S OAT L
FRY’S DELUXE CASKET e ee
CHOGCBUATES ois. cis son $ 4.16 NESPRAY MILK, 23-16 ....... . $2.97
ROWNTREE’S COTTAGE 7. , ,
CHOCOLATES .............. 1.62 NESPRAY MILK, 1-16 ........... 97e.
CADBURY’S CHARM SERIES ay ace
CHOCOHATES:../i.......... 1.99 fins FRESH MUSHROOMS... 55c.
1-Ib Tins TOFFEES ............ 1.08 Tins SMEDLEY’S PEAS.......... 42e.
Tins JACOB’S SELECTED Tins BATCHELOR’S PEAS....... 17e.
SOIREE hci secWaw anh 2.00
Tins JACOB'S CREAM CRACK- Tins FARROW’S PEAS bo © ele Wy bbe 17¢.
BRS ieee teers 1.39 ‘Tins STRAWBERRIES ........... 95.
Bottles CHERRIES .............. 53c.
PEAK FREAN’S BISCUITS in $-tb pkts
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lata he. Rt ATe. Bottles APPLE JUICE............ 84c.
Custards Cream)... 20)... 43c, Tins BLACK CURRANTS........ 96ce.
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~ IN MEMORIAM

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CAR: SALE: (1) Austin 10, (2
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ert ) Rockney f it
‘Morris 8 Sedan, (1

Condition, apply to Mr. Haynes,



sympathy in OMgeath of ERCILA |

pNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1950

FIED

SS———S HOUSES



| PUL SALES

| ~UCTION

(UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

| _' HAVE been instructed to sell b:
| Auction on THURSDAY next the ond

February begi
| Dunkirt opposite Balmaval, Hain







ie ad which Several
cows, m room in g00d condition.
| Cow Sheds covered with galvanize,
| milk scales gal buckets, several cases
| of bottles, (2) carts, (1) horse,
| {2) carrier bicycles, (1) Ford 8 Car.
Milk cans and several items of
| interest. Terms ash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer
29.1.50—4n.

—
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

nena nee PaaS oe
y ne s ruary, beginni
| at 12 o'cloek 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 Boards; a
collection of Book Shelves; a collection
| of Mah. Centre and Side Tables: a col-
| lection of Dining Tables including Tip
Top and Extension; a collection of Ware;
(1) Mah. Grandfathers Clock Case, a
| collection of Glass Jars; Cerpets; Iron
Bedsteads with Spring and Mattress;
Cedar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany
Double Bedstead with Iona Spring and
Spring-fill mattress; Mah. Dressing
Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several
other items of interest, Anyone interest-
ed in overlooking the above can do so
Tuesday the 31st between the hours of
2 to 5 in the evening.
Terms CASH,
D. ARCY A, SCOTT,
Auctioneer,
28.1.50.—4n.
_

UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

On Thursday 2nd by order of Major
Collins, we will sell the Furniture at
“Ashton Hall,” St. Peter, which includes :
Sideboard, Book Case with Escritoire,
Settee, Tub Chairs, Rockers, Desk, Cake
Stand, Tea-Trolley, Ornament Tables all



t Central Station.
ot 21,1.50—2n

one Ford 8 h.p. in good con-
. Belgrave, Purity
f aid. mn 27.1.50—6n.

man 1947. Excellent condi-

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27.1.50—6n.

7 Ford V-8 5 Passenger Coupe.

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ea at the price asked. ey
arranged can be seen & €
rage. 27.1.50—3n
ID CAR—One Dodge Truck
Boererneuied. One Ford V-8 Car
kup. Dial 4058.
atid 29.1.50—3n
2 1948 Saloon, one owner,
in excellent condition
29.1.50—4n.

Saloon in very good condi-
d, recently overhauled and

unning well. Can be seen between one
dt o'clock Monday to Friday.
& Co., Ltd. 29.1.50—4n,

HEVROLET—5 passenger saloo
good mechanical condition and new
; tyres, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616

P 31

CTRICAL

RICAL ACCESSORIES Hot
Single and double, Food warmers,

lamps and shades, COURTESY
RAC Dial 4391. 31.1.50—6n

1.50—6n.










0—5 Tube Pye Radio latest model

Garrard Pickup and Turn-

Hardwick #460.
29.1.50—+.f.n

old furniture, Comprising of
wand “Berch chairs, sideboards,
rs, mattress@s and beds, ali’ at rea-
‘wmble prices. ‘Call Ralph A, Beard,

RE — Large assoriment |

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in Mahogany, Blue glass Dinner Service,
Limoge Dinner and Tea Services, Glass-
ware, Chiming Clocks, Table Linen,
Carved Bedstead with Box Spring Mat-
\ress, Gent's Dresser, Vanity Table, M.T
Washstand, Gent's Mahogany Compactum,
Painted Tables, Electric Stove and other
Items. Sale 11.45 o'clock. Terms Cash!
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO..

Auctioneers.

29.1.50.—2n

__

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
THURSDAY, February 2nd at 12 noon
one Chattel House 18ft. x 10ft. 9ft.
situated at Savannah Road, Bush Hall.
Practically new. Terms cash. Land can
rented,

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
29.1.50--2n.
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UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I have been instructed to sell by
Auction on Friday next the 3rd Feb
at 12,30 o'clock at Hanschell & Larson
bond, McGregor Street, 38 Bails of Fibre
each weighing 100 lbs Terms Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer

1,.2.50—2n



REAL ESTATE

WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
SHARES—A small lot priced to yield
4%2% interest. Phone Mr. Webb, 3188

27.1.50—6n

BY public competition at our Office
James Street on Friday the 10th Feb-

ruary 1950 at 2 p.m. “MALTA” at
Cattlewash Saint Josepn containing 3
bedrooms, The dwelling house is fully

furnished. Water & electric service in-
stallede Inspection on application to
the “premises. For further particulars
apply to HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.

31,1,50—10n











ebW Room, Hardwood: Alley, open
Â¥8a.m. to 12 noon,
; 29.1.50-—3n

ICAL

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all models, in green and in black |
Bames & Co., Lid. Dial 4476.

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CHINE; One Treadle Sewing

ime in good condition Apply |
a Arthur, Brown's Gap, Passage
Road. 31.1, 50—2n
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Cl & ACCESSORIES—Hercules
Phillips Ladies, Gents and Youths
cnd tubes, peda brake rubbers,
le, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391
31.1,50—6n










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1.2.50—3n ,

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£0, Dr. K. Simon, ‘Vel, 3085,
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George
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ARAGE EQUIPMENT -EPCO Trolle:
m8 {1% to 10 tons), Blow-Torche
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tal wrenches. Dial 4391.
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Mitlesy Garage . 31.1.50—6n
OVES Primus type. pump — Dial
sy Garage 4391, 31,1.50—6n
One small Sate with combina-
Belgrave, Purity
a 27.1,50—6n-

Quantity of empty steel
4529, 3063, Purity Sales
27.1.50—6n.

neg

u hised pipe. All sorts
in, to 1
& co ua, Phone
3.12.49—t.f.n.

BRICKS—In good condition
hundred. Apply Auto Tyre
Hear St. Phone 2696
31.1.50—t.f a.
~Truck and Car Tyres 750 x
X 1h; 60°, X,5+ 600 x 16; 500 x 16°
19, Ay * 18; 450 x 17° 500 x 19,
to. Tyre Co, Trafalgar St
20.1.50—t.f.n.

Ly
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they inst a an ae $2.64,
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a. 48 13.1.50—t.f.n.

of everv description. Glass.
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THE undersigned will set un for sale
by public competition at his Office’
James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock
on Friday 10th February 1959 All that
two storied certain messuage or dwell-
inghouse and shop situate at Tudor
Street, Bridgetown, together with the
5668 square feet of land on which the
same stands. pr

On the top floor are (4) bedrooms,

. C. & Rath. A spacious yard suit-
able for BOND to the back of said
premises For inspection Dial 4523 or
3078.

For all further particulars
ditions of sale apply to.

and con-





D. LEE SARGEANT,
Solicitor.
29.1.50-—3n,
“THE RANYANS” — With the lard

thereto. containing 4 Acres 2 Roods. 31°
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate
Inspection any day except Sundave
hetween the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.4f

a.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 ».m,. on appli
eation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

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

For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, avplv to the undersiened:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO..
20.1,50--138n





on™ worp.” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered for sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday.
the °"d dav of February. 1950 at 2 p.m

This freehold dwellinghouse contains
tallerv, 2 public rooms, kitehen and
nantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
heth ete. on first floor.

Flectric, tas and water services.

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

Inspection by apnointment with Mrs.
H. S. Bynoe, Mial 8310. ;

Further particulars and conditions of
sale apply to ...

COTTLE, CATFORD *& CO.,
Solicitors,
21,1,50.—11n.



FOR SALF OR RENT. HOUSE calles
‘Shelton’ situated at Bav Street near
Yacht Club, For particulers apply to—

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Larie.
31,1.50—2n

LAND; One Acre, 12 perches of Arable
Tand at Sugar Hill St. Joseph, contain
ing cocoanuts, breadfruit. pear. enn’:
end grape-fruit trees adjoining the Pub-
lic road water and Electricity available
for further narticulars apply to 0. A
Shorey C/o the Lazaretto. 1.2,50—2n





“THE MALL”. (Nr. Waterford Estate)
St. Micheel. Pleasant old world prop-
erty standing in anvrox. 2 acres of yleas-
ant and auite nrivate rrounds flanked by
sugar cane, 2 recention, 3 bedrooms
leree verandah, double garac¢e, stabling.
servants’ quarters, court-yard ete. This
»ronerty ‘+ offered at a very sennene
figure making it an attractive renovation
nronosition! DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agente, Anetioneers & Surveyors
Plantations Building, Phone 4649.

1,2.50—1n

“RLUF VISTA” Rockley (Near Golf
Club), New coral block residence with
unobstructed views over links and sea.
tounge, dining room, 2 bedroom- with
hnilt in) wardrobes, “tiled bathroom,
kitchen, double Fee NE, =
ters. Terraced rock garden, lawn tropi-
esl shrubs and plants DIXON &
RLADON, Anctioneers & Surveyors.

. Phone 4640.
Plantations Building. 1.2.50—In



“RURNHAM" RISHOP’S COURT
© Michael. standing on 25,175 square
fer’ of ‘and

The house eentains drawing and
Airine reoms with covered verand*h
an? usual offices, two beirooms with
empine water ene with dressing room

. Toile: and Bath upstairs. Twe
Teor with tollet and
nd worksho; and







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CARRINGTON
LUCAS



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UPSTAIRS FLAT at Bayswater,

cons Road with seperate yard and
age Dial 2660.

Dea-
gar-
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“HILBRE” — Maxwell's Coast
May, June. Phone 2654.

“WATERFORD” —Hastings
rison Savannah). Desirable
fully furnished. Available
ruary, Dial 8330. 26.1.50—t.f.n

FLATS furnished with Refrig-
erator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,
Dial 8364, 13.1.50—t-f.n.

TL
HOUSE—tully furnished at Woodside
Gardens, Bay

June. Phone 3189.



(near Gar
residence
from Ist Feb-



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HOUSES-—Furnished and unfurnishee
St. Peter, St. Lawrence, Kent
DIXON & BLADON,

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whomsoever in my name as I do hole
nuyself responsible for anyone contractins
any cebt or debts in my name unless b:
a written order signed by me.
CALVIN OSBERT IFILL,
Six Mens, St. Peter
31.1.49—2n

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TAILORS—First class jacket hand:
van apply to P. C. S. Maffei, Ltd. To
scorers in Tailoring. 26.1.50—1:

SERVANT, immediately, a Genera
Sorvant with good knowledge of Cook
ing, References, required, Apply Wood
yare, Pine Hill, 1.2.50—2:



GYRIS: A coun's of girls with Sew
ing Marhines for Shirt Making, Stanway
Store, Lucas Street. 1,.2.50—1)

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COMPOSITOR—Man with knowledg
f Stone Room Work and hardl'ng of
Lino matter ané Ludlow. Apply: Mana
ging Editor, The Advocate.
1,2.50—t.f.n
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WANTED immediately—(A) Young mar
willing to do general office work ir
solicitor's office or preferably to becbme
solicitor’s articled clerk. (B) Messen
ger for solicitor’s office.. apply in persor
to R. S. Nicholls 151-152 Roebuck Street
over Purity Bakeries Ltd,
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“225 easily earned by obtaining order:
for private Christmas Cards fror
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NOTICE

RE THE ESTATE OF
THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY
(Deceased)

NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claims against
the Estate of Theodore Dudley Sealy,
deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road,
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
Island who died on the 4th day of
October 1949, are requested to send
in particulars of their claims duly
tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora
Sealy, and Evan David Carney Sealy,
C/o Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors,
No. 2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, on or
before the 15th day of March, 1950, after
which date we shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard
only to such claims of which we.shal!
then have had notice and we shall not
be liable for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim we shall not then
have had notice.

Dated this 6th day of January 1950,
ADELINE EUDORA SEALY,
EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY,

Qualified Executors of the Estate of
THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY,
Deceased
7.1,50—4n



NOTICE

DR. PAYNE — \Dentist — begs to no
tify the Head Teachers of the Elemen
tary Schools of St. Philip, Christ Church,
St. George and St. Michae) of his ill-
ness. The Maternity Hospital included

They are requested to send all re-
quiring Treatment to Dr. Alleyne, Bush
tiall St. Michael by order of the Chief
Medical Officer.

1,2.50—3n



NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that as from Ist.
February, 1950, I JOHN LESLIE WART
have admitted Mr, GARDINER HOW-
ARD SPENCER to be a partner with
me in the trade or business of Gents
Outfitters, Tailors and Stationers car-
ried on by me and that the said busi-
ness will in future be carried on by
us under the style or name of “Ward
& Spencer.” All accounts due to the
said John Leslie Ward must be paid
to the firm of Ward & Spencer at
Marhill Street, Bridgetown. Dated this
30th day of January, 1960.

J. L. WARD,

G. H. SPENCER.

Trading as Ward & Spencer,
1.2,50—2n

PARTNERSHIP NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, practising together under
the firm name of Cottle, Catford & Co.,
is dissolved as at this date (on Mr
Evelyn’s withdrawal from general prac-
tice) and that the undersigned, Eustace
Maxwell Shilstone and Lindsay Erci
Ryeburn Gill, will practice together ir
partnership under the same firm name
of Cottle, Catford & Co. Dated this
3ist. day of January, 1950.

GEORGE B. EVELYN
E. M. SHILSTONE
LINDSAY E. R. GILL
1.2,50—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of Oswald Haynes o°
Retreat Village, St. George for permis
son to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &rc
at a board and shingle shop with shed-
reof attached near Market Hill, &¢
George.

Dated this 30th dav of January 1950
To: O. Peareae le Bs; a.

Police Magistrate ot, “Br
OSWALD HAYNES,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “B'' on Monday thr
13th day of February 1960 at 11 o'clock

es D. D. MORRIS.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B"





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REAL ESTATE

“ROUMAIKA,” Navy Gardens, Dayr-
ells Road. Spacious recently remodelled
residence with two reception rooms, 5
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, verandahs,
servants’ quarters, storerooms, garage.
Grounds are 2 acres in extent with
driveway flanked by mahogany trees.
Enquires invited for this desirable well
built property. DIXON & BLADON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneefs & Sur-
veyors, Plantations Building, an or







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x fi the public at his Barber

%& Shop is now sit ed West-
te Spry Street (opposite the

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5 Plea
Street, Mid-February to
1.2.

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Ie Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones
Sch. Fhoda L.. Sch Marihts ~
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Marion Belle Wolfe,
Yacht Beegie, Sch. Emerada, M.V 4
8. Padar, Sch. Emeralda, Sch. Freetom

Sch. Praneas W Smith, Sch
Laudelpha, Sch. Philip H. Davidson,
3.S. Prospector.

IN TOUCH WITH BARRADOS COAST STA'TION

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies!
(Ad advise that they can now commun'-
cate with the following ships through
heir Barbados Coast Station:—

S.5. Chesapeake, S.S. Ioannis Zafira-
kis, SS. Ktay, S.S. Mormaciand, S.S.
Inge Marsk, S.S. Joshua Tree, S.S.
Uruguay, S.S. Cyrus, S.S. Sveaborg,
S.S. Mareopolo, M.s. Italia, S&S. San
Paula, S.S. Louisiana, S.S. City of
Shartoum, S.S. Gracia, M.V. Hughli.
S.S. Argentina, S.S. Rufina, S.S, Alsu-
jan, S.S. Sundial, S.S. Fortamherst,



ARRIVALS — BY B.W.1.A.L.
From Trinidad:

Kaouschansky, Corie
James Scott, Margorie Scott,
From Grenada:

Guy Gordon, Margaret Paul, Stusa>
Degale, Margaret Degaie, Mary Proud
ook, Henry Tucker,

‘rom Antigua:

Gibson.

George Lindsay, Robert Hoffman, Coj
tugh Wilkin, Elizabeth Wilkin,

‘rom La Guaira:

Federico Cuello, Blanca Cuello, Alfre-
io Cuello,

*rom Jamaica:

Elsie Mandeville, William Mandeville,
“heque Muir-Smith, Herbert Crougher,
Vida Smith, Agustos Williams, Ethe!
Smith, Marshal Smith,

DEPARTURES — BY B.W.I1.A.L.
‘or Trinidad:

MissDiane Gioanetti, Mrs, Ethel Ram-
‘ey, Mr. Charles Worme, Mrs. Marie
Worme, Miss Marie Worme, Miss Mari-
vn Worme, Miss Gernidine Cadogan,
Mrs. Hilda Cash. Mr. William Cash Jr.,
Mrs, Audry Cynning, Mrs. Carmen
Weatherhead, Mr. Denis Weatherhead.
Mstr. Hugh Weatherhead, Miss Marie
Weatherhead, Mstr. Bernard. Weather-



GOVERNMENT

Attention is drawn to Sections 3 and 11 (2)
Act, 1945 (1945-27), and to the First and Second Schedules of that

Act.
notices indicating —
(1) the time of closing on

(2) that seats are provided for use by shop assistants at

convenient times.

2. Pro forma copies of these

on one piece of card 7” x 12” and are available at the Advocate

Company Limited for purchase at



Under these provisions every employer is required to affix



ARRIVALS
Nitin, from Grenada; Agents: W. S
Monroe & Co., Ltd
M.V. Ferryland, 191 ton: Cap
Sehooner Serva Lx Bari. @ ‘>1> net
Capt. Sehlect, from Mastinicuc
DEPARTUPFS
S.S. Hughli, <564 tons net Cont

Reynolds, Agents: Da Costa & Co.,

Ltd

S$.S. Del Notre, S.S. Mreallane:, §
Hanyang, S.S. Del Mark, S.§. Rovim>
Manon, S.S. Pe*ros, SS. Ramona, S.S
Aleoa Corsair, S.S. Colister, $.S. Can-
che, S.S. Guadelouve, §.S.' Nors, $.S
Fort De France, 9.S. Tapti, S.S. Asb-
jorn, S.G. Inge Marsk, S.T. Atlantic
Princess, S.S. Hurworth, S.S.
Patriot, S.S. Cottict, SS. Gulfglow,
S.S. Maracaibo, SS. Dolores, §.S. Tin-
defjell, S.S. Fmpire Martsban,
Auricula, S.C. British Bnr-rry,
Fort Moultrie, SS. Cnampoeg,

Aleoa Ranger, SS. Essi,

e

© s
s&s.
Estero

head, Mstr,
Christopher
Ven Der Brugh,
Mro. Janet Hamilton, Mstr. Christophe:

lan Weatherh Weatherhead, Cr. Peitet
Mr. John Hamilton,

Worme, Mr. McDonald Melean,
John Allan, Mr. Arthur Smith,
felizabeth Smith, Mr Werner,
Werner, Mr. Pierre Pommares, MY
Roy Langford, Mr. James Best. Mr
Riehord Greenough, Mr. Clayton Thorpe,
Mrs. Rufina Thorpe, Mr. Alfredo Lazo.
Mrs. Verau Lazo, Mr. John Sellier,

Mr.
Mrs.

For British Guiana:

Miss Gladys Inniss, Miss Genvieve
Hassell, Mrs. Doreen DeAbrev, Mis:
Custilho, Mr. Vaseo Boyce. Capt. Eric

Barbara DeAbreu. Mrs. Phyllis Peatia

Vr. Stephen Psaila, Mr. James Com>
bell, Mrs. Alice Campbell, Mr. F
Kinear, Mr. W. Pittfield
For La Guaira:

Mrs. Katherine Ward, Mr. Henry
“yde, Mr, Carl Decates, Mrs. Patricia

NeCates, Mstr. Geoffrey DeCates, Mr
Garl Van Sickle. Mr. Ange! Nurete, Mrs
Alexandra Garland, Mr. William Gar-
lund, Mrs. Mercedes Mirabal,
For La Grenada:

Miss Tone Kirk, Miss Edna McNeil
Mr. Henry Abraham, Mrs. Doris Burke

NOTICE

(b) of the Shops

the early closing day, and

notices are printed, both notices

the cost of 1/- each.

BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO

Applications are invited for :—

(a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree). capable of
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard.

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

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

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



SHIPPING

27.1.50-—In

NOTICES



Canadian National Steamship:



SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives Sail
NAME OF SHIP MON- Halifax Bostea B'dos E'dos
TREAL
CAN. CHALLENGER 27th Jan — 6th Feb 6th Feb
LADY RODNEY 8th Feb. 10th Feb. igth Feb. 20th Feb
ADY NELSON —— 25th Feb. 27th Feb. 8th Mar, Yth Mar
ADY RODNEY ——— 25th Mar. 27h Mar. Sth Apr. 6th Ap
ADY NELSON ——— 12th Apr. l4th Apr. 23d Apr. Mth Ap
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives — Arrive
B'dos B'dos Boston St. Johr Montrea
LADY NELSON ord Feb. 4th Feb, 14th Feb. 15th Feb mm
uADY RODNEY 4th Mar 5th Mar. 35th Mar. 16th Mar —
.ADY NELSON 2ist Mar. 22nd Mar. Ist Apr. 2nd Apr -
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr. 20th Apr. 30th Apr --
LADY NELSON 6th May 8th May 18th May 19th May —_



Fares and freight

without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage chem-

rales on application to ;-—

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agents.



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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

HOMEWARD FOR
Vessel,
S.S. “PHILOSOPHER”

For
-. London

For further information apply to

Due
Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.
S.S. “PROSPECTOR” .. London .- 7th Jan 27th Jan.
S.S. “CRAFTSMAN” is pe .. 21st Jan. 4th Feb.
S.S. “QUEEN ADELAIDE” London 20th Jan. 7th Feb.
SS. “THIRLBY” .. Liverpool .. 28th Jan. 12th Feb

UNITED KINGDOM,
Closes in Barbados
Mid. Feb. .

DA COSTA & ©O., LTD.—Agents,






Mail _Notices

MAILS for Trinidad,
Guiana by the 8,5. Prospector
will be closed at the General Post
Office as under:—

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail at {J
ll a.m., Ord Mail ee

Schooner Freedom
closed at the
as_under:—
Perce! Mail,
130 p.m.,

General Post Omes

Mail at
inary Mall at. 3

P-m. on the Ist February 1960,




on the Sth February, 1950.

Minimum First Class Only

CIE. GLE, TRANSATLANTIQ
FRENCH LINE

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

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





The Schooner EMERALDA will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
Trinidad, Sailing Wednesday Ist
February.

he Sch. FREEDOM FLEARY
will aceopt Cargo and Passengers
or Deminica. Sailing ist Feb.
ruary.

THE RHODA L. by = nr
ae Giling aatarday “4th .eb-
ruary.

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






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checked and counterchecked for accuracy. We, as
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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 particularily to the needs of Gents as
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a limited number GREASERS, FIREMEN and MESS
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LONDON, Jan. 30

: Ficht Jamaica And | B.G. Cricket e200 258 fos)
W.L Boxer 12NUS |SouthTrinidad Team Comes sim Sesee ise

i — me oi Wolverhamp- !
His Way To Fame | Draw Game Here Today tg Wanaecers, wee ve = haa
By O. S. COPPIN The British Guiana Crichetess| bey Sheffield United, of the Second |

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lore expected to arrive to-day. The} Division oe oe moe to eae |

By IAN GALE PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 31. | Reception Committee comprising| during the wees hm held.

George Mudie Jamaica stock) Sir Allan Collymore, Kt. — as Sat at es. eae

Us 7 t his little] Jeftarm bowler starred for the) J. M. Kidney, S. OC. Se eT dard 2 rage ligne 3 get

set Oe tim tote 1 Sede’: ce tourists capturing five wickets; T. N. Pei ce, E. D. Inniss, E. LG. : their Third Division

rocery shop in Kingston, Jamaica, in charge of his mother] ¢5, 41 in 19 overs, six of which| Head, Sn-® E. A.V. Williams. bea their Third | on

and boarded a ship for England. A month ago he beat! were maidens when the tourists) W. K. Atkinson and Ww. F. Hoycs opponents by a alse res >
Parl Walls. the ‘Canadian “veiled Cherokee” in one of the] held to an even draw, South) will welcome the visitors <0) Ue







: --| Two minutes from the end, Mit-|
I i i Trinidad at Guaracara Park.| Barbados on behalf of the Bar-} : PS
toughest fights seen in England in 1949. eet Ger tastuess| Soaee ceicet schon | fen, usual ye, deadly “pices
But Lioyd did = er a of cricket fans this afternoon. The plane is expected to arrive| a penalty
tain to fight ntil * eighteen

at 2 p.m. and the Guianese play-/| the goal- ;
South batting first scored 106|... will probably put in some} First Division ciubs, Sunderlanc !
and Jamaica replied with 72 for practice later at the Oval. | and Middlesborough, were knock-
six. Highlights of the game were|" +. Britis, Guiana team will | 3 out by Second Division oppo-

aoe ao ts dae Wien meet Barbados in the first game! ents Sunderland visited Totter- |

in fine style, an impressive
knock for 20 by Thorbourn, a
stubborn innings of 22 by Super-

ego he had never worn 2
x ciove. He came becaus«

had heard that the streets o
London were “paved with gold
and that anyone could earn £1
a week e¢ y

Eventually he managed to get :
job washing dishes in a Lyons
Corner House, one of a chain of
ensive restaurants which
ll over Engiand. The
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Thursday 9, and normally woul} slaying great football this seascn,
not have been arriving for anoth-, and are running away with the
33 h and lovely six| cr three or four days. But ab-| Second Division Championship,
sad for South and a !} 7 = = i in British Guis ~ | and ; pan he ——
by O. Roach, the first off the] +, washed out all the trial| while Middlesborough lost by the
tourists’ bowling. 7 ee. tole te ateee leah oad a's ace e





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ae ia Wie Se, eae See ® eee ——— — oat fet sOme much needed practice. | ers and Chariton Athletic were
nth ish-wasn- oa "Ricitards took ill while} Two games will be played, each | three First Division teams which

walk “yi Cline eae of five days duration. could only force a replay against



completing a run and had to be Second Division opponents. Derby
taken off the field, his score was \'shaked four goals at Bury, while
five.

; |Bolton and Leeds fought out a
Rickards again proved the best Triangular Foc »tball one-one draw, the same as Charl-
of the tourists’ bats with a sound tot and Cardift in Londen.
knock before he was unfortun-

ately run out. Tournament —Reuter.

one day ana Sav
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te to be a xfessional box- The scores: — .
er. Not long after he won hi SOUTH TRINIDAD Ist INNINGS In St. Kitts . iV A ON
first fight against Frank Johnson LLOYD BARNETT. . Mohaiuned b Mudie 19 Sa JAP INVITATIO!
of Canada by a knock-out ailinkaniathpae ©. Supersad b Goodridge 2 Fifteen Antiguan Footballer 4
Twenty-Six Fights > Soe a ae " | left for St. Kitts where they will TOKYO, Jan. 31
Since then Lloyd has had 2 . s hi Maratan run out 10 | take part in a s¢ ies of matehes| The Japanese Athletic Associa-
and has been gettin. Jack Dick K.07's | %. Payne e wipe: > Futter > . scheduled to commence on 4th/tion amnounces that it had re-
heavier and heavier. He starte 1 Roach P Mudie jen b Mudie 14 | February. Mr. Ralph Camacho! ceived an invitation from the
off as a middleweight, then fough Kid John In |S. Ali Ibw Mudie 1. | js manager and the team is as | International Federation to send
as iserweight, and now tip: s Hosoin e Groves b Thorbourn , | follows:— O. Joseph (Capt.), H.|a team to an International meet-
the 182 pounds. He owe s Rate 2 , ho,|ing at Stockholm startin
the ti k EXTRAS 2 | Anthonyson, Rudolph Camacho, g on
ag ‘ Ar Ist Round . “qq/ L. Dover, B. Dover, H. E. D. Kir-| March 20.—Reuter.
: Thur om : ~~ -;non, A. Challenger, J. Athill, R.! ur
: aan, ee "tikes: I of ae a o —_ BOWLING um oR. wy) DeSilva, T. Frederick, A. Roberts,
5 ther tensive training e Jic c arbados score a KMOCK~,. o } . ; : - Ss. . .
? +g he does an hou out on the Guianese boxer Kid | Mudie ote ae fae ee ~ a Beat Lisbon
a but when goin u | John in the first round of their | 770vS 3 oi 6f Mont il b ge oe
fig ne Saal he at tele 1 i323 Montserrat wil] be represented
2. : eee gated b ; 1 14 ©!by E. L. Kelsick (Capt.), J. P Club 5-0
Pate ea if 3 2 1 1 | Meade, S. Davis, M. Gallwe
rpesiingc ; ae CUPL. an reanuanes > ° * * |#H. Mason, P. Authurton, C. Mer-| .., an a e 31.
ger panes oe nat shisascik ee Teeieeee cer. H. Osborne, I. Archer, W ae 4 PP ms he Ar-
j Jack Dick t Nitec cin * | Browne, W. Taylor and T. Bram-} 8entine Soccer Club led a com-
fa 7 | ble. The teams expect to remain mined side from the Benficia
il @ ja week in St. Kitts. Denucia and sporting clubs by
5 one goal to zero at halftime in
ers went their match here to-day. Benficia
ive thei 1 | ~_T and Sporting are two of the
feree Mik 2| Sedgman Namted strongest clubs in Lisbon.
Kid John it , Newell’s Old Boys of Argen-
a a No. L Player tina won the game 5—0. wien
ij end West Beat South In MELBOURNE, Jan. 31
National Champion Frank Sedg- i
3 first | . -
gp pica |A ustrelian Cricket: man has been named the numbe: Wanted: Site

PERTH, Jan. 31 one player in the Australian Davis
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. i n '- | South Australia by 116 runs 2) McGregor, John Bromwich and AUCKLAND, Jan. 31
Ex H their Sheffield Shield match here Mervyn Lose. The British Empire Games Fed-|}

st wi w stern Australia scpred 298 oe Sedgman, who had failed to! eration met here tonight, but did
W oc 239 to South Australia’s 2 an "| notify the authorities that he! not decide the venue of the next
eric 192 | would be available, has been sc-| games in 1954. This may te de-

tmen T. Outridge and M. Herbert put} jecteq™subject to his acceptance.”! ci . meeti
. ins Wi ctoa Tee Odin omnes j Pp cided at the next ting on

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. . Percy Bassett of Philadelpm: Temperature (Min.) 68.0 °F. TL
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cae 2 Ft ot vive te, te | ribs. Bassett scaled 132 pounds Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.957 ORDER
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MJ0*> TFBRI ARY 1. 1*50 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE fOtf* RESOLUTION PASSED BY HOUSE JfJJTm^t-Tv would "-•^i^a eh""* 0 JJl^T^bo^ teachers IT IfKIIt finally ld agaln %  ^2 the Ovii Service. [SjlcSdirihe rt^uUoo for • Ksst**' hich wouW ** i/TTlSer stage. *Vi wak*** (U 5 PCOnd % 'JSrortheplnof ^•"75^ Mid th* teacher *XfcrTMr Adams re"fJ! Ju the more acute in %  i?5Sr f^t th.t the Gov'"Cidincreawd the num"TMtadet Scholarships to CSit^ had found ^J^,v that it would be gfSf aWng such an ln£UMU> "•--"""' r r fiSitetchw S who had to Hjfsnd *rl to ,holnr rtSR al * "'*'* d J m ern STflf their heeds. In thaw ^.here were masters and who were in a class by :infor as •bill. fSLjdao. taui Mr. Walcott. j^^jglers of secondary 5T %  l ve P*** 0 -* 08 and i£| was now building house* f^-jgiers of Queen's Royal Those were the condiith which Barbados had to >' Ihrrison Coliego m end Mr Quere in Mathematirs. The eatiould kno • %  %  arttingHathemat that calibre gold not send their rhiliieconciarv schools simply iwumc hut that they minht MMM by people who were %  fcTof teaching them The ipttbecommit moi 1 more industi ii BBBP.' In !nf> P ast Poop'"' JmtV willing to come back Sit and teach as Science pftKU %  problems facing %  a she Lodge School th Queen's .b not in samt of teacher* only, but %  BBerest u( the community It was the duty of mi to maintain lbs __.jal standard I jl maiiiuiiH-u in ihi -Hiic-i it h."i been craditJaBly in the V. I uo In UM MoihiM Country % %  i *• W. A. Crawford Ihfuise british Guiana or gipaid leave passages to L* J"_ !" Barbadft %  %  Die l*M known that for years, %  JIG"",-,., could not balance I nci when that colony -'subsidise certain foodW *** to *PP' V l< > the Im^Owsrriment for a ,n-ant. W*n could nol IK. HOMO ""WafTrinioa.i. II ony had to elose down Its Social Welfare Deputment because It %  ould nol maintain it, yet at the I afford to give high lc ave paa s agt i to certain offlceis in the Government Service. Bl •aaQantc Resources He said that the economic resources of British Guiana and Trinidad were greater than those of Bsrbados. British Guiana axported gold, bauxite, diamonds, rice and sugar; Trinidad had oil, cocoa and citrus, whereas Barbados was solely dependent on sugar, and was not sure what that position would be 1*. that connection after 18*2. Even If thev got the guarantee for which they were now asking, il would only carry it.em on lo 19S7. He did not see why they should be called upon to bear that extra burden. In this colony, they had been able to balance their budget every year and did nol have to leg the Imperial Government for aid. If they continued in the way they had been going in tho past, ild not find themselves in the position in which British Guiana and Trinidad had found M through being Crown colonies Now that there was the University College of the West Indies, it WOUld IM* surprising if In an• or six years, they could not more easily get qualified masters needed for secondary or first grade schools. There were many West Indians studying at Unl-j versifies in England who would be returning to the West Indies shortly, and would be able to fill those posts and perhaps in less than half a dozen years, they would have all or nearly all of the potential candidates to fill the necessary posts. That being the case, and bearing in mind the position with regard in the sugar industry after 1952 or 1957. Mr. Crawford said, one would have expected that the Government, In considering a matter. <>! that sort, would not have attempted to saddle the colony with that burden, hut would i 'i steps to solve the difficulty until such time as conditions righted themselves. A i "in. Time Mr. Crawford said that it would be a long time before he would vote money again for a Commissioner in this colony. They voted money and yet they got no attention paid to the recommendations of the Committee which sal after Mr. Adams had reported. Mr. Aiian.. In his report, commentesl or the difficulty in obtaining certain highly qualified technical officers to fill certain posts in the Government service. When the problem became a little more acute recently. Instead of acting who maa? the Mr. OvgejaMJ (O] motion for the adjournment, said licprd Government would not that as members were well aasd it impracticiblr m have aware, two yeais ago during the nation*tuition soon. Beside th. last session of the House, an AdCompany's present instance of dress was made asking GovernuienVtency. they were instrument to nationalise the Electric niejital of many people of Company rural districts being, deThe member who had moved pr'ved of suitable lighting faeilithe Address drew to the nttenlw *tion of the House and the public lh ey could not carry out that that Company had not been extension*, local bodies like the working properlv nor satlsfactor^eatnes should be able to genily. At the time when the Ad"?** electmptaans drees was being considered, the Mr ""* (l - ^id that it was Company had been still giving J rue | n, *"•>' w *' suffering some light, but It had since dropf !" m lack ' electricity, but he ped to a worse condition. did not sec why they should be Truman O.K's Work On Super Bomb 0 Fran page 1. the production of the H Bomb Jias been under debate behin.i the scenes for at least four %  -perhaps hanger tea of the cost of this at have ranged from i 100.000,000 to $4,000,000,000 •e able to blast an am of more than 250 square miles The President gave the green :ight in the United States Atomic Energy Commission in ore 1 It to continue work on all form* of Atomic Energy. nr Harold c Urey. develeper of heavy water" and a worker on the atom bombs dropped on Japan, four days ago quoted bl a report that some physicists l-eheve all forma of life could 1H> cxtinguiahed over an area as wide as the United States by the i ad io-activity set off by the explosion of one hydrogen bomb. He added that Russia may already be ahead with the production of a Hydrogen Bomb Youthful Vigor Restored In 24 Hours-^ >, TO* position had boon, sucn ?" Jg"JS "• '• ulhorill of that tranrr ww .peaking dtro„,' .,„ c ^"P""' T** lr Kitorilr abom the laland in gen" !" ^" could v ' happened er L Company had been nalionThe time had come when, if -,-,, — hat Company could not munan JL h C m f" "LZ"' ,y[ "* t h "' If own affair. lUtlngl,. ther. !" M l0 1 £ V, h ££?'fI'" '2* ,£? %  firm and then the machinerv made or it should be naUonatized as soon as possible Two years ago a Committee hao been appointed to look into thi matter. It was time that a report broke down. Before honourable members started to ulUUfg IhtV should be well informed. Mr. Adaass . No 24. which form the Schedule to this revolution. Ihe House accepted the amendments of the f ogjWo tive Council to tho Hill to amend the Trade (Jl IS39 and the Better Security Act, 1920. The House passed the following A Hilt to authorise the Hector of the iwt loseph to sell land of I Executive Committee of Barbados An Address to His K\cetttnc] lacing to the ongagct suitable Reporter for two months in place of Mr C Rock, official Report) Legislative Council who has been granted two months' sick leave. The House discussed the electric Companv in respect to the prevailing The House adjourned !o Tuesdnv next :it 12 noon Soviet Thr<'atvn Meeting Boycott TOKYO. Jan. 31. General Kuzma Derevyanko. Ruasian member of the Allied Control Council for Japan, announced to-day that he will bOfffi it ihe Council as long as it discusses Russian repatriation of Japanese prisoners of war. Derevyanko walked out from the Council on January 13 when the question was raised He tolc Members of the Council by letter that he would stay.away from the meeting to-morrow. At the previous meeting. British .>nd American representatives said the question would stay on the agenda till a satisfactory Russian answer was received about the 76,000 Japanese prisoners said to be missing. Dollar-Earning Kittens Valuable dollar-earning Siamese kittens are among Britain's exports and -tevcrai have now travelled across the Atlantic trj ii v> A i RacanU] %  Cassiopea" led London Airport in Constellation Speedbird a* %  *ift from the breeder, fttn Ula B, Martin, of Great Baddow. Chelmsford. 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! .MIT THE BARBADOS ADVOCAU WT.nSKSDAV FF.BR1 t Ry ^ • o Roach, the first off the tourist*' bowling. Jamaica suffered another mishap when Neville Bonitto part•unng RicKards took ill while '•ompleting a run and had to be •aken off the field, his score was Htckards again proved the best of the tourist*' bats with a sound 'ore he was unfortuotely run out. The score* — BOOfg. TRINIDAD m gamma 1 Mahaiwwd b Mudtf BnBiwS b Qam*rt*m %  M m b FwikMwitan mi i Payn* e • kpr FtoMh b M-MW* I>>mrMn b Mu_l Muv ihHr centre forward Jack Rowley. Two giamiaii from the end. Hit( ten. usually a deadly shot, blued. a penalty kick high and wide of' FINE VEGETABIK WHAT AN ASSORTMENT SflfCT FROM THIS VAD/fry Tins Smedle.-> Oa,^ Dutch Frea. •, .. Lrn Can Peat • r "nWt Gi„, fProceaaea Peas ' •*" aWai. "Blica" PrareaK, rrrat Dion clubs. Sunderla : %  sad IOddlesborou(h. were knocked out by Second Division oppcnents Suodarland visited T ham Hotapurs. who have been %  plaviiK treat football this aaaaaa, and are runntnf away with the SsroRO Division Championship, I and were overwhelmed which washed out all the tria: while Middleiborouth lost by the games, forced the team to come odd goal of 5 at Chesterfield. Barbados earlier in orde Derby County. Bolton Wanderret same much needed practice. ; ers and Charlton Athletic were Two fames will be played, ea.-n :hree First Division teams which of five days duration Triangular Football Tournament In St. Kitts could only force a replay againSecond Division opponents DerV ( snaked four goals at Bury, while 1 Bolton and Leeds fought out a one-one draw, the same as Charl*on and Cardiff in London. — %  eater JAP INVITATION Fifteen Antiguan Footballerr left for St Kitts wsstTJ u\ey will TOKYO. Jan. 31 take part in a se ies of m*tchc> The Japanese Athletic Associa scheduled to commence on 4Ui twn announces that it had February Mr. Ralph Camac .o ceived an invttation from the %  o*n B*TJ %  ica. where hu moth' ne way A SMALL crowd saw Jack Dick uf Barbados score a knockout on the Guianese boxer Kid lohn in the first round of their 10-round intercolonial fight at the Yankee Stadium last night after K duel. 'in wearing blark god a-bjta trunks tructior.i fn-:n M "** "" """, Referee Mike Fosle Kid John the shorter, came out aar briskly and for th" rtj part of the frst round ama pushing his left %  face With a minut* | round Jack Dick caugh' %  rd riiht cross on hu chin A'hich sent him to thi:efree Fostecounted him out. r-ire (1361 lbs ) 118 lbs t met in %  \c preliminaries jnd fought three Belfleld kept hu man at with hu left and outclassed ToUl fhofbourn . S JAMAICA lt< B4 TtMrrtxmm k AUeyn* lumdpi b HoMin Banns* law HMrin K.lKrt. lUfl OUl N BMutte KUrad ihian> EXTRAS Total to* • w*ui II West Beat South In Australian Cricket PERTH, Jan. 31 Western Australia today beat South Australia by 116 runs in their Sheffield Shield match her*. Western Australia scored 277 am. is manager and the team is a* follows:— O. Joseph (Capt.). H. i Anthonyson. Rudolph Camacho. Dover, B Dover. H E D KiA Challenger. J A DeSilva. T. Frederick. A. Robert!. s D Livingstone, A Dyer and S. Davis. 5 Montserrat will be represented • by E L Kelsick (Cap: | Meade. S. Davis. M. G H Mason. P Authurton. C Mercer, H. Osborne. I. Ar Jm^S^wtJSi^JS^ at the next meeting on %  evenlh wicket on the open in. -*witer. IMdaj Reuler. '-'-'-'-'**-'^'-'-'-'-*-'.*.'-'.'-',-,-*-'.'.'SSS^'SSSS.-S.'SSSSssss,;'," .f 49 Ron Hammence, South raptain. made 78 in their* ungs Rosa Hiern took 3 Australian second innings wickets for 34. an d Murphy. i*-'-a* C-petowr 1%%-Ular "'"• '*" • Tl Hw. %  r.. '<- T 4 m n*4u MK irem Orsnrf (iurruM-o Defeats RaWtaM Itv T.K.O. PHILADELPHIA Ja %  beaten on a U. %  m the fourth round of their iight rounds bout here Bassett nad Carrasco with a volley of rights to the nbs Bassett scaled 132 pounds wrasco 116. %  enter The Weather TO-DAY NUII tggass a.tz a.m -in. M-K h ii p m MiMin (lull* Kebruary Z 1 iihllix k 30 p.m. Huh Ullrr: iH am. IS* p.m. M si I HtiW Rainfall itodrinslonl 7fi ins Tola) fur Month In Vr-lrr d) 4.14 ins. temperature (Max.) 1.5 'K. Irmperalure iMin.i Wt.a *F Hniil Direction ( asa.1 l (3 pai l E by N. Wind Velocity 8 miles per hour. li-runifUr <9 a.m.) 29.957 (3 pm ZtggZ. I CONTINUES UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS OF FINE TAILORING TO-DAY. as ever before .... 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PACE srx V BABBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. FEBBfAgy HRSY TN the autumn of lite it is still possible to ** %  enjoy the advantage* of health and vigour provided that the dietary is appropriately chosen. For this purpose Ovaltine' will prove of especial value. This delicious food beverage provides concentrated, balanced nourishment derived from Nature's best foods which helps to build up energv and vitality and to restore body, brain and nerves. Moreover. OVSJSJM 1* so ea.ilv absorbed sod atiltnilatcd thai K i* %  ccaaMMl cvtQ taa Cushion tires. Ther naaJ lbs. of air pleasure—^ ->.i; cat tide met' •* %  / %  youeve/dreais*dpsa* Super-Cushions' |nW road contact area ail saler-on turna, aod sW and slopping. This bigger, fsttst fa make your car kak t more modem! So drive in todtv, your Goodyear dsskf Super-Cushion*. =S! Softer rid* on any rood! Great*, traction— graotat ••W Lass wear'and taar on your carl Fewer roHles — fewer repairs' Greater blowout by GOOD/YEA* •sop'e, fhe war/a* avar, riaa ea GaaaVaar fires *• •> • •*" OfW OARAGE TRADING (X). LTD THE SANITARY LAUNDRY CO. I LTD. would like to advise their Customers that the Plant has been reorganised and the management changed We hope that this will give you better Service and that you will favour us with your patronage. MMMMMMNMM^^^M ssssss -. .... BITHEMW* HE MAVB BHISH F* EVtMt MURPOSK SesVe* 1 Your* To-d* STOVI SCRUB BRUSHES LAUNDRY SAIL STOVI BHOI LAVATORY MASON DKTE-Y MASS BROOMS m ::*£ %  AND PAINT BRUSHES IN ALL THE BARBADOS HARDWARFfo.W THE HOUSE FOB BABGADS Not. 33 & 52 Swa Street -: Pho**:::: UM or •• :





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r\..i TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATF QaJtib £aUinq S in the Hilar> Bar %  d .dates go: throng pTMO id *"* of Londc frcy Davson two-year-old Csmline H tend* lo practise as a member of the Inner Ternpei f.,th*i. Sir Rh>s WiUiami distteguiahed KC She was sewn I on her wig ;inci Kieat difficulty in setting it to stay down over her own lui Besides law and housekeeping Ladv Davson finds lime for painting." Last Rummer 20 pictures in a I-ondon gallery. end sold most of them. Married t St. John! Cathedral S T JOHN'S Cathedral Antigua. raodt on *>* %  t of Thursday W.I M ttuth McBcth of Ctflrp'owii ma, was man Pan* 1 %  m Federal Ti< sir E A rhrmpeon The brIt* sed brocaded satin graiw%  %  < range blossoms B %  The h* Thompson state* *.rwn moire taffeta, e.bow letUPM i.reen lace mittens, a ia*. o( gold ii trimmed with a airay ol were, and her vrllou cosmos and sweet peas Thr %  ..girt MI MiM Brenda i fche wore green georgette with short green n Mi consisted of small vellcm roues and. she carried a pesy of yellow galadia's and cosmos. .. A mil W at . %  <>f the brideMtileth went lo Antigua OCCS.-n British Guiana and korgeously decorated and -item DeSilva Mr I a large ass. ta and cables from ,, and many of the i The honeyn %  nieymoon .• %  %  i Beth was easliler at the Boral Bank neariv unttUt in Barbados %  or a short I: B.G. French Consul Returns M B. AJ PtAILA, wfco h;,' spending a long hoi %  %  %  Mm •irtr ggf Appointed MA Cuke! MU. OBE. has been n the board of %  Valentine Carnival C 'ias seen a ci Invitation the Fir dos Sea s a sending ll f the week If *he nnginahty n deaign and ru ten ess nf it* index of the plans being made for ihe delight and enjoyment ol can assure them they are in for %  treat on Saturday. 18th February. This year's Dance will verj proximate those of earlier rears held at St M School. Large Party M R. JUSTICE JACKSON and Mrs Jackson were "t\l rjoane" tn a large number %  : guests on Friday last in Antig> i cy the Governor the Rt Honourable the Earl Baldwin of Bewdley Call of The Sea Y Robin Parker, who srMughli oii < Monday 0. He is ihe Mercantile Marines, and has 'ust return* 1 trom a trtf em her*' I I months eisitmg their M R F A Watson, Manager ol the New Amsterdam Be' f Ihe Royal Bank i I Canada arrived from B G. yesterda* for a couple of months' fioll,fe and (amU| already In Barbados and tha] be staying at a HllPflirT" in 23 states, explained that he [ was moved to champion the, Ameiican woman after his perH lal on-the-spot observation* | him that the pen portraits sketched of heT by other were "horrible caricatures." Heartless These writers, he said, portray her in their books as "the prototype of the heartless woman who exploits man and consider* only her own pleasures." •In their books," he said, "she is shown as a cruel Mol. a vampire with the head of Mineiva The more beautiful her eyes, the colder her soul; the more clossly her legs approach perfection, tfag more to be feared her contempt for man and her deadly cynicism The chivalrous Duteil assured his readers that this indictment doasssl correspond with the facts —American women aren't like that at all On the contrary CasWsBHssf "As soon as the little American girl is old enough to understand, she realizes that she must be that it will be her role |n life, for all her life. She must charm papa and mams. gr.--ndpap.i md grandma. the postman. from (he British son* of Austria, his bride from ihe American sons. "In order to charm, you must first smile." the book continues. •Therefore, ihe little American girl early forms the habit of smiling Now, the character ol the nagging wife is formed between the ages of three an,. and it is well-known that nagging j wives do not smile. Since the. Uttle American gul begins tu| smile early In life, it becomes, second nature for her. Conse-, quently. there are few nagging wives in the United States. It Is difficult to make domcv :.ng. and the American woman rarely makes domestic scenes."' No Gold I>ier But what about that little golddigger charge. M'sieu' Duteil" Th< tignantly refutes it, asserting that the American woman is no more a gold-digger sisters elsewhere in the world—less perhaps, because thc %  country where the institution of the dowry does %  .vhere each individual is talp of a the grocer's boy. Ihe neighboui return next door—everybody." for the honest work" Duteil jabs at American maU" for accepting too often the unfavourable European judgment of their women, for fear of beln^ Jiought "unsophisticated" olhe: wise He asserts, that America. men are "instinctively mitogy ists, or woman-haters," and comments that "all misogv lieve they are tha vicing women The French writer conclude* that "the cultural superiority ol woman to man in tha Unit.-: States Is striking. The American woman has a keen intellectual and artistic curiosity which is generally lacking in her male compam-u" —l.N.S. GLOBE THEATlh 1 1) C iet (10 jive-mad couple) CUP |2| Ctlypt i I ..v.-Mjans, (3) Vi Spencer Traoey and Deborah K„ r •EDWARD MY SOW FBID.W Ari.unp.ii. LOCAL TALENT ON PARAM >M lil k hUninn SALE Ml ;.'.'.::'. %  .'.: %  .'.' % % % % % %  % % % %  • %  -% %  % % % %  %  %  %  %  .:;-,., v Vi ROYAL THKATHF TO-DAY (Wl ; !ao p^ j \1> SHOW IO-MOHROH (THI CROSSWORD 1 ^ 3 4 s t . ii f> e P 23 "^ n CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to.worlc^K? AXYDLBAAXI r as LONOFELLOW^ One letter simply stands lor another In this example A is used for tha three L'l. X tor the two Ol, etc. Single letters, apostrophlu. the length and formation of the words srg.all.bints. Each day the code letters are different-' A Cryptogram Quotation DADOSK GU CKKP FHEZIKSClfHE CKKP. PHB1-LZHQKZ0V J Cryptosjuote:^ WITH THEE I WOULD LOVE TO LIVE, WITH THEE I WOULD WILLINGLY DIE-HORACE. \l l"M i Utraan ou:u vOu gat irom sour o*ei>. mi I. You u Hod tteii CosU in ont. iSi tl. Bragged lost nu ooiud make a o ri-.r. ill ii WB> teavr **n>. nt suuwso la toa Hou* aoysn t Jou must ao tnu to toe ciu Dctorv JJU can •nwr it. i4l t D ;i kuo Neil ii) a mis up (or worm. 17 0. II yuj Aa Ull TOUtl SSI UMS It yuu Iruit. o. A wuia m i Uown. ui I is OtmousiT inter national crtcsttars ba>t seen. 161 il A coin (rom HydeHi ; U Haw a flroue UMV rtcaU a Wltcn W M Mahi Igsslss. who i use Demerara Mutuu Issjrsjs I. returnad hssjaa i ,. by H w i A ng >ix months' holiday it las in (he In* • lias been staying J } in JA. Chab : klev P L A Z A rO-DAV lOul>) 130 ti .3 p.m. WABMU1 \i MM IIIKILI.LK: spy SHIP ...u, i iAia mfSM .4 lawn MANNING SSgST #17 U" D'L 10J K> milvTiQ / \ SPECIAL PURCHASE ENAMELWARE BASINS .67 .76 PLATES CUPS .24 .29 .24 PIE DISHES .49 .56 WHITFIELDS %  BROAD ST iVOW is the best time to PAINT YOUR HOME W. cn luppiy th. followlni In a vwiety o( colour* — B.r|.r' L.llion Paint. Slaaoa'a Prepared Paint, DomaaUca had and Yellow Label Paint. Si*marlne Flat Enamel. Hair. DUtemper. MatroU, Duawal—Walt Primer also Uly Brand Roof and Iron Paint—Red Obtainable from our Hardware Department. DIAL 20J9 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED a With ii nun ou mar mass i •p.s*n. is i it Kmauu out oi issiuoa iDtaa days. 161 Dun a I. Imaglna a 10 Loua :ifl narao eoouan to m aent Olrt. <8> 1ft cosraa. awiwara sort of peopis. ll, inia la a germ. i4i 18. Madden out not men. ru ffi Ttils aide l* uoualty sandy. Ill i i <;,.'.. ^ Oldf. Him: M i>.i ii. :>-d a LiJ J* )K(*( *$ Ran*: KA. / V I M / cleans everything smoothly and speedily I Quicker, smoother cleaning for cupboard ahelves— with Vim! A shake n on j damp cloth, an eaay rub. and shelves are extra clean I wholesome again. For pota, pans, tilea. all your jae amooth. 1M! BBSW WALTER DAVID HALL 'The Flying Salesman' who hu been appointed West Indies Sales Manager of HARRY GREEN LTD. London Mwujsscturwn of Una Soaps and Soap Sroducii. will ba .tiitinf ill itlands n Uw Wasi India. Sortlv to appoint SOLE SELLING AGENTS for tha following products: "BROADCAST" TOILET SOAP OLIVE AND PALM TOILET SOAP HARY DUKE UUUMT T0ILII MI0 MTH SOAPS and MAp OM w4 >... toHK pfprntlont. M €tmmmktum, uu.la bi Mad aD*.iNpr"'^-.'' Mr HaJPiarrM IRY PECK AVA UAKUNER—MBLVTI I in — •Till; UREAT SI.VMB' with Walter HUSTON. Ethyl M \;;HYM0Rt fnaJl A Story of Night lit.' in MONTE CARLO %  i >w TO-DAT Tu-nwrrow IThunuUi .1 7.31 pJa. 2l)th Century Fux praMnta .... Wi an all Umigm m itt to* of our mother . /er *•* of ourfall/tr ban lor* 4** MAX... *jM Ts." ^ ^ssW stvan lost ysors — i,hahgnaafadrorlhaeil House of %  luchanl COP" OLYMPIC THt-sTstf NO SHOW TO-DAY i'o-morrim NlfM t > •>' ei a Republic Picturea present %  ****** mm ELLiOTT BALSTON CAftSkL



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,. )AV. FEBRUARY 1. HM CLASSIFIED ADS. 1 — — TO n\Rrt\r>os ADVOCATE DIED %  PAGE SEVEN NDEH THE DIAMOND HAMMER Mn-MJawi ,. and'M""" LiM-ln THANKS —dfr.ir 1 IHt uf"''<1\' h '" A ^uon on THURSDAY nro u,. >, ninkiri OPPM.I Balmoral, HaMInu on, ILWI. inim room In vary good cor-aiti,,^ ££ '"f^ cov rM I with SKir. • :nilk scale, i.l bucket., set oi bottles, .it ct.ru. urntN, ,,, ,„,, • Car 1* ? '-* rd •**'" %  ran and hi. Servto i Qlau m. Clock.. Tabl. 1,,:. Carved KeiMead with Boa Spr.na Mai "'• Genl'ii Dreaaer. Vanity Table, M T Waahtand. Otnl'i Mainxai.t i\>mpacium Palniad Tbk-. RJedrk Ifanra and oihet %  faama. Sale 11 ./clock. Tcrmi Caih BBANKCR. TltOTMAN A. to Auctloneem JB.l.M. 1, WATaWTORD rl Savannah. niary DUI S3M M 1 B6_| ( n FI-AY8 fully (urnlanad wilh n*frl%  '"* lh>fl at Indramer. Worlhlnt P u "* II 1 It II a. HOI'SE-f>,lly furnUhM at Woodiidf uardena. Hi. stfM. Uld-rbruan Ji'ne Phone jgaj. i* HOI *E*i mrmahrd and i %  -. St Lawrenca. Kenl aa. Inch Mario. DIXON Bl.ADOK %  M "•*<* Acent.. Attctloeiaera a. Suxvrrora. Plaautiona Bulldlnj Phone %  1JMV -In PERSONAL .iiM i %  :.,%  by i BlylnaT credit to an>paraon or peraor. %  In my name ..* 1 do not ho!' K.yaalf rctponuble tor aivona conlrBetln Mil tn my name unteaa b< CAI.VIN Man S.. Mr Mj SI If,. WA^TKO TAIIaOM Flrat clan lack. Jn "PPlv 'OP C S. MafTel corara In Tallorlrur t$ .* Garter* nfarrit with good bnoulecl'fe of Coo* -I. Rrtrrenre. required Apply W1 arc. Pine Hill. 1 2 V : ln Mar-lil '•ore. Luraa stravi K>B-8l^nr. :** S-iJoii. one u.nrt KHMIM I in ekcellent condition EVco L tl -"' %  •" ^E-OpM Sakwn In very eood rondi Vtaared rnrntlv overhauled aju %  Mid Can be "een Botwaen om ^^ %  tftlocK Mcnrliy lo Friday fla*Q).L:il 1 50—4n )H-Crir.VttOLFT I a %  i'. %  IM mrchantcal condition and Raw -, aar-c Dial 4(116 BICTHiCAL HXHTR A daM. Snj UMOE !' UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By fnatrucllona received 1 will tell on THURSDAY. FH.ruTT JnQ at u noon MM Chattel Houaa 18ft x loft 9ft, ntualed at Savannah Bond. Buan Hall. iw. Tamtriili Und can b mntad VINCENT GRIFFITH. Auctioneer ft 1 Ml UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I have) bean Irulruded to aell by A net ion on Frida) ttoM ihe 3rd Feto %  t II 30 o'clock al Hanachell A Larson bond. Meriregor Street. 3* Bail, of Fibre each welching loo lb* I. D'ARCY A SCOTT Au. I 2 SO—?n REAL ESTATE WaWT INDIA BISCt'lT COMPANY SHAKES-A small lot priced to yield •at. Phone -Mr. Weob. 31W 27.1 JO*n lANO: T ^ .kup and TWn20 CO llaidwick Mm %  i sTi f n >ITI r.ii" i .,. ad Berth ihaif. aldeboatdt. -rauw ..iid io-. al -•a Alloy, open 29.1 .Vo-ltn %  HANICAI BY public cumiwtltton at our Offlce J.-imr. Street on Friday the 10th February lM at 2 p.m. 'MALTA' al Cnttlawaah Saint Joaapn conlalninn :i %  -iroom. The dwelling houae I* lu" lurnuned. Water a riectnc aervk-e in--tailed' Inspection on app the premtie*. for forth., apply to HUTCHINSON Ar nANI DELO. ji.i.w— irm %  CTCLtS: Bereolea Silver K-r r... Ma. LI n^riela, in iiemi ajtd L laraai Co Ltd Dial *47* it ion Applv Gap, I'I-.^RO 31.1 10In %  B£k ACCrs?oHlF,S lien u.ei ^ %  N*' 0cd.iL-. brake rubber*. irioaj Gi.i.ie Dial 43B1 31 I SO On UVESTCCK KCZLLANtOUS !i. H Ml THE undrriicned will set no for aale hy public comnellllon at hit OfaVe' Jofttoa Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock on Friday 10th February 1BS3 All thai tWO storied certain mcoiaKc or dwell%  ngnouao and ahop altuale at TurUv ijetown. together .with tru :• .nuare feet of land on which the %  ame *land>. On the l.i|i Plivr .Ur m bedroom'. W. C Bath A ipecton able for BOND lo the hack of -aid nremlaea For Inapectlnn Dial 4523 or MM. F..r .,i| fiitthrr tuirtlcular. and co dillorx ol n laBI •JABOFAWT. Sal* it or Ml'* : _rtl with Sew for Rhht Making. Kunwa> I 2.50—1COaJPOSITOB Man wh know i Stone Room Work and hmi dl r Hot and lAidlow Applv > am Editor. The A.i 1 2 30—4 J-ANTFn Immedlateh B. S Nleht'l. 151.IM Roebu.k S'n-ei reef l urtty BOfcOt %  1 250-TFN In arllsl.fin* DM > < > 01T Schooner Motl< | n Miinda U. Seh M ., Maty M IMII. *ch Marten Belle Wolfe rotM Bregte. Srh aanara da M v i 2 I -lar, Sch b "lee fAeh t>ar.r~^ W Uudslgduk, arh Philip I s hroeawctor •c* AHRIVAt-S '•wm Oranaala. Afer. 1 -^ Mreiraat Co Ltd M V Ferrvtand. 19! SPhoooer Setv%  DFPABTt-vr* Bft HugMi ; %  *, H Reynold., *tnu: Do OOOl with an BATTERY YOU GIT DEPENDABILITY SEA my> I,I i. M HOUSE Ilutlncs, ttarbodoo Hlth t'lus CutaUir CogafortabU Red*. rutty Storked Bar KATES: .1.00 per day up ItnclMtTo) Apply: MASAC.ER. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION CABUE and Wire leu S J* ChaaapaaJte. ft S baanni* Zarira kla. SB Klay. 8 S Mormadand. S S 'ge M.rak. SB Joahua Tree. -, p Urucuap. B 9 Cvrua. SS "h-e.be r. S M.reopolo. M. IU1L*. f,S SiPauU. 3 S Loutatana. S I -harl-vm. II OracU. U V BMgflll ^ S Argentina, S S Ruftna S S AUi,l*n. S S BwndlaJ. 8 8 PortamheT.'. S S Del Notre. S •; M.---illH —P—O, S S Del Mark Mnnon. 8 S Pe'-rt.. 8 S Reanona. 8 8 Alcoa Coraair. S 8 Colirter, 8 8 Concha>. S 8. Ouadelouoe. 8 8 Nor.. 8 8 Port De Praj i atl 8 8 Aablorn. 8 8 Inge Mar.k S T At'nt Prlnceai. 8 8 Hurworth. S 5 Alco,'.-ln.it s | Oottt -.. s OoMT m ."S Mar-catbo. 8 8 Dolores. 8 % Tin(.etjell. S s Fmpine Ma-trttan. s f Aurkrila. S Brtlasl I r*tt Moultrto. 8 8 Chm:Alcoa Ranper. 8 8 Eisi. 8 8 r^tero Tm--. THREAD CDTTTNQ WKLDIVCl BATTERY OoUaVPaWO METAL TURNING MOTOR REPAIRS 8P>GOIDeN BOLDEIS BARBADOS CIARAGK. --I k Si Dial 3871 P>ogg*%a> ss,',,'.;:~sssjY<'. hiAudvi ABMTAXJ BV n W I A L Prean Trlrudafl: law. Kawuarhanaky. Co.-,. faanas Sootl. Maxaorle Broil. %  'rnm Grenada: Guy Oordan. Margaret I Regale. Margaret Drgale. Marv Pwxid -. llenrv Tucker, rorr. Antigua: George landaay. Robert Hoffman. Qo tugn wiifcin. F.iitabetri Wiikm, %  rvm La Quaint lederico Cuello. Blanca Cuello. Alfrelo CueMo. !" Jamaica: ^ Elsie Maadstville. William -'•rsjue Muir-Smllh. Herbert CrouOher. '.'ida smith. Agusto. WlUUrna, KUiel miih. Marahal Smith. IILPARTI Kis n. it W I A I. "or Trinidad: MUaDlane (llonnefi Mr. Elhe-l ikaja>. Mr CharlM Worm*. Mr* Mar^ Worrnr.. Mis. Marie Worm.. Ml— Man n Woeme. Miss Ge-*idJne Cadopan. Mr. Hilda Caah. Mr William Oah Jr *4rf Audr-v Canning. Mr'Vratherhead. Mr Denis Wraiherhead Mitr Hugh Weather head. Mi> Mane W.Mherhead. Mnr Bernard WeaUvt frrd. Mst;1 -.-r W Van Der Brugn. Mr John Hamilton, Mrc Janet Hamillon Msti Crrtstoptc. Vorne. Mr McDonald Ml John Allan. Mr Arthur %  eiiim Mrs ruiabeth Smith. Mr Werner. M! %  Pierre Pomn. iiov lanford Mr. Jatnea Bert. Mr >.'rt ird ananough. Ui < ..:-ton Thorpe. Mr*. Kuftna Thorpe. Mr A'fredo t .... ->trt Verau I oro. Mr .lohn SeHler. toBrniah Guiana Mi Oladn Inalaa. Miss Oervur riaaoptl, Mrs Doreen DeAbreu, Mir iV-tilho. Mr Vaar-o Boto>v-n-ra DeAbreu. UrI" i •lr Mephen Pwtfla. Mr Ig IH-II. Mr. Alice Campr.Kinear Mr W Pituteld 0 ialraMrs Katharine Ward. Mr llenrv "vde. Mr Carl IXmate.. Mrs Patrtrtn \r i.eoffrev DaCalea. Sickle. MAngel DurfO, t 'eiandra Garland. Mr William Mercedes Mri.bstl rat I., Greeiid. Mis. lone Ktrk. Mis. Edna McNeil. Mr Hggpt Abraham. Mr. DoriI.IMHIIM I AI1PFTS %  aaa Ift sj f| fi sal ifM • 9 "• Also l.l.\OI.KI n IX IIOI IS 6ft wide All very rrnsotuible in Price. • %  -lal.lU'.. ib i.HH;!!t!il 1,1.1. 10 as 11 1.tie-buck Strt-et ">*•* •'' %  '.' '----.-W,',W,'.V/.W///,' MOTICG i:)coi'porkia IBM PI'HMC XOTtrF. "^25 "*">' •onwd by obUlninc order for private Chrlstmaa Cards fron your friends No previous experience neceaaarr Write today for beautiful ftee Sample Book to Britain's largest und f 'irinaat Puollshen: hlgneat romnuatton %  jrvrllous money making • %  Jwiea. William* at Co Dept 10 VWOTU Vinrka. Preidon, England NOTICE : DimuW SEAl.Y NOTICE la hereby given that all persons hating any debt or clalma acainat the Estate of Theodore Duo lev Sealy. dereaaed. | au > of Bank Hall Main Road, In the parish of Salnl Michael in tnia island who died on the 4th day n. October 1MB. are requested to send In particulars of their cUtma duly attested to the undersigned Adeline Eudor* Sealy. and Evan David Carney Sealy. C.'o Mc-ssra Haynee t, Grifiiv No 2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, on or before the 15th day of March. 1090, after which date we .hall proceed to distribute the aaaeU of the dereaaed among the paitle* entitled thereto having legard only to such clalma Of which we shel' then hav. had notice and we shall not be liable for the assets M thereof so distributed to tO] whose debt or claim we ahall not then have had no!sec. And all paraons indebted to the salt estate are requeeted to settle their mdeh'rdnes. without delay. Daied this 0th day of January 1050. ADELINE EUDOBA SV/U-Y. K\-A.N DAVID CARNEY SXA1.Y. Qiulifled Exeeutoi^ of the EgUte BaaaMMT^ — -THE BANVANB" -With thktr "-.reto. OOatObttag 4 Acre2 Bond". Sl'i forchae. situate al Upper Bay street St Michael Idaallv guHab vi'oDmsni as a Building Estate In-iveetiin any dav excerrl Snnrtu-Kete^ Ihe hour, of 0 V a m and II "J i'l 4 n -n and 0 n m on .pr>n "'I* to Mr Bonne QHp nremlses Dt-,1 T771 The nbove nrooertv Will Iv set un 'oBale r.t our Office No. IT High Slree Itridcetown on Friday 3rd day C February IfM. al S p.m. Prar further particular, and Cnndlllon,,1 Sale, snnlv lo 'he tmder.lr.ted COTTIJ?, CATTOBI) A CO SO I.M-ltci -Tff*n WOT.D" 4th Avenue. Marine nsrden-. w'th abnot in.non •ej.iare f-e • %  larl wl| he offe-ed for '• at 'he "" %  ee of the %  ••'•r.lmed o Thoesdav thnd Pa -f Pehniarv. 10*0 at J n m rwn freehoM dwelllnvhnnse containDubHC roomm. ki'fhen and "-"•rv "n e-"i^^ floor and 3 bedrooms. Se'H ee on first Boor. Fiec'-lc. eas and water 'ervlces. hat nseaatry Keen *enovated *-"1 decorated and Is in e.eellent condltnspeetton hv %  nnolntment with Mrs II S Bvnoe nn i|ri Further narticulars and conditions of •ale spply to COTTUt. CATFORD m gpWppsirg 111 50-1 in Vftp V |I i,K mvt HOUSE c.lle. •Shedon' situated at Be*fereet near Yacht Cluh For nartlculf" apply to— DARCY A SCOTT. Mafaiine Lade II 1 50In 1 I NTJ 'Mw A"*. H penheof Arable land ar Sugar Hill %  Joaeph. ontain Inp cocoanuU. bread/nil' near—'• -nd grape-fruit tree, adtolnlng the Public road water -nd Electricity available leal further "art'colarapply tt O A %  Paroi r o ihe Ijiraretto 1 ISO—In "THF MALL" iNr. W-'eiford Estate. S Mleh>el Plea-ant OM world nrooTtv standing In sonrox 2 rreof |'eas%  nl and oolte •u-lvale aroundflanked by sugar cane. 1 recetrtion. 3 bedroom* i—„. ,-rand.h double garaee. stabling servants" quarter., ronrl-vard etc Thlifel at %  v-rv reasonable fisiirr mitklng an stlraetlve renovation DIXON t BLADON. Real F-tnte Agenf. Auctioneers A Plantations Building. Phone 4040 IJJJB. In -BLOT VISTA Rocklev 'Near Golf Club New coral block residence with r->">w'** •-"LH ir, wr-drobes ^tlled ha"hroom. vit.i.en double gerapa. se-rv.nts' nuarUee, Terraced rock garden, lawn tropi<-l •hiibs and olant. DIXON "• \n.'N Auctioneers h gsarrgpi ra Plantations Building. Phone 4040 I JAM— IB tiu 1 lft0~3n ZSS**?-' ward re Alao *t gl. M Mrrrort 1 M--3t-RlfBNHAM" "'SHOP S COURT • tending on 3S.1TJ square r—staindrawing "** rov-red Sfrand"b %  V.C Tss-r %  workahotand garage to Mr oflVo Of lay of Fob-asrooi i -nd ord. NOTICE Dfl I'AVNE Dentist he, IH) the Head Teacher* 01 the in.iiip, chn til George and 8i nee.. The Mntcruii. Ho-pita 1 Tbap are raquested to send rreaunas Boll si Mieheei N0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai as from 1st February. IS50. I JOI : Mr OAJllllNKR HOW AID M-l'illl bj bo partner with me in the trade or businesa of Qenli .,. ( n OfrWALD I1AYNES. Applicant N B This apullcatktn ..111 be ro-sld rred at s Licensing Court to b held a* Police Court. Dial "aT on Mondej thlath day of February IBM at II o'clock D D. MORRIS Police Magistrate. !• Hiiblir %ni**-Contd. REAL ESTATE BOCMAIKA," Navy Gardens. DayT, tli Road Spacious recently remodelled residence with two reception rooms, ft bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, verandahs servants' quarters, storerooms, garage Qrounds are 3 acres In extent with '.iiked by mahogany treea. ited tor thw dr.liable well built property DIXON A Bt-ADON Beal r.ataie Agents. Auctioneer. 4 Surveyor:". Plantations Building. PKone eSOt ;OW/A y///////* %  0 O sa>* BXMOWi L SPRINGER iLado< lathe public that his Barber is now situated at Westfaary "Krret tPpppgOMI M 3.S. "PROSPECTOR' SS. "CRAFTSMAN" S5. "QUEEN ADELAIDE' SS. "TH1RLBY" London <')aagow l.<..ndon Liverpool I.' v 7th Jan .21st Jan. 20lh Jan 28th Jan. Due Isarbadpa 27th Jan. 4th Feb. 7th Teb. 12th Feb HOMKWARD FOR UNITKD MM.IHIM l la Barbadoa SS PHILOSOPHER" London Mid. Fel Far further infornaaUoii apply la DA COSTA <* CO., LTD.—AgeoU. Mail Notices MAIIA far Trinidad. Briiish Guiana by lap || Feoepecior WJI be cioaeal .1 the Oeoaral Pool OArs as under; Parcel Mail. Bgapalgng Mall at II r.ns Ordinary Mail at II IS l> m o„ the ip rbtrrsaary ISM MA rut tp, laa-peuc. by the Sshooiier Ireedosn Flaar> -ill bg the General Peat OaVr rrtaipg %  Februart aa .. S„lll EMEXAIDA i.l I'ai—engri Will 1st h FKEEDOM nXABY i. t Cargo nnd Paaer..grrs insca Sailing Is: Feb THI ktKIDA ,. %  a.gi. and PaMviifri iu*ry B.W.I. SChlXJNER OWNERS' ASSOC INC. Tel. 4047. cm LE.. iiii>sini\iiiHi FRENCH LIN£ Sa. CASCOCNrMBSlg ,O TNSMM and French Guiana on the 5!h February, ISM Sailing lo Plymouth and L Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe 12th February, ISSO. Mlnlaaaea Flrat CUaa Only IUI.M .W.I.Cy. JONES & CO, LTD. -Agents. RaCHAI longer be BBSOCI%  | Bakeries Ltd i.-h pleasure in informinj the public that, lieginning 1st fttxuarr, 1950. we nrr opening ni Marhill Street. Bndetown. under the trndinR name 'WARD a business cauV %  sl.mrnl I to the needs of Q d Tailors and offer I qwcial line fa, Ct~. I 1 WARD & SPENCER WAITED tos na CAM. ISHKI.I. CO.) T.WKKRS n raaasas s laakei nni ass (;iti:\si:its FIKFMKN sea MISS aooM arm Ltd., Cerani Lane, Warel! p.m on Thursday and Friday. 2nd and 3rd February, Only Holders of Ships discharge papers or men With experience In these job3 will be considered. Positlvel) no sppllcsunns will be received at our Uin.uistu.ei oiik,. bUJaWts. LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE 'LISTER' ALTERNATOR SETS J ! j i>n-i, ngiraM niaaiiiiissi '" I K.H. IS K.W. K.. All comalele uith sullrhkaard. und Aulwn.ll. Vallatr I ..ul.Ur.. 1 '"' %  U STOt'K' Apply I UK tl I till tints tin XUHY Ltd. ma. Park Koad -:nial lilt They're al! fixed t Fixed pricei! And identical parti! Thsl's whai you get when ycj buy Ford -pares from u. All genuine Ford spare para are told ai lew, lived prices— and every oas of them is made Ire n high quality materials, to line limno| prrdsksi enginceti^, anJ checked and counterdic, I ... racy We, as your I-ord ppsrOi know that only a pouins Pool -pare ,il do a asisfaTory job in j lord That %  why we ilnin fit then,. etaann.1 mot >nng. Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd.