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PAGt Lit.ill THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE S ATI'MAV. PKBBL— Barbados Score 686 For Six Wickets WEEKES HITS FIRST DOUBLE CENTURY I uns fur li %  Bui' day's plav vt-sterday. II could not be ititeiaTad i' il %  Trim bowled to Weekes ai BTeekai i level and i.ad it n... staffer to extra cover off for this /actor, anoth, i <*hed to mid record would have gone down in off lor an ea*y .'ingle the annalt of world crick.I • %  .cover drov; t:ie first Everton Wnkn today exalted ball from Trim to the boundary himself with a class!doulJi I i •ook an eaay •i.irle ,u.shed and elegant mokes ,\\\ • !" "J> *?"?'J round the wicket to score the ^„ „ „ """J ,',^f," of his car*er. It was, u(w a sportsman and eclipsed all previous Kensinii rarnanps* b> him. Skipper t^.^ier to line leg to send up John Goddard declared his i: ,„ who off drove tor an closed at H for • and BG u < §|n|ll Foliowint are the scores — %  Alta-tOO* *rVull r l* % %  •• <•••" iko r Hollox O Chnau-W r out (i . n t>"X *l'Uil if* • "< ID 3. w i. n b I T Bob O U-> Will. ,. Ui-p Ifl I fOOd I Luciicok another Mni* to fine le* -er drove a ilbi amoun".. elded l*o %  ii-xl -tj.i Trim's I v. | .. Mr drove ...y ti the boim%  UM last Trim p ist %  %  %  i M the pavili y mid on. Waaaaa (i another . :h t ooundarj. from C is....... %  %  %  .-inings lasted tor 134 m %  ua> quickly oil the mark will; %  Weekes got a boundar> to line I last ball from Cask. KVI.RTON' WtLKfcS ruU one from Norman High! 17. Kbt a I %  • • '. including an.! % %  • it Weeke* tJjo I < i 381 minute, i-r beKiiuck of 33 i. : 62 for 1 ound and clastic taking miaaing portunlties of. the loose B.C. opened •>'. and took score 62 Week This is a good sign as fading light ..I. rcen and. no one i tr>ing u> for lo-aa linuea. %  and LA.*.. U-ibac** .iU5 lor wild 1 i and who took a single to gull> of second en; Lueaa turnAlter l.uiich :i, nice.-, to the BfM Wei k %  Norman Wight i | Itaman pulling U one |cg_ bound..: acre. lifrgle |0 tJtfJ %  . %  %  for I %  %  % %  gle to mid on and Lu %  Weekes BQUH beau: i: got %  on the %  %  i % %  LVaafca %  %  ill for 1 William* help%  f to a single of. ,nc %  %  A single %  %  I %  %  %  Ic run. Hntuh Guiana struik anothui ;tbi with %  %  tded a %  • Wight ind Weekefor %  %  %  W I a'(-ed for to send ui. v. %  ball and bo* took .. out the rtrnaJi At Uiu su., field and Thomas ubtitutc>d are leg boundaiyi -" I wm,im '" "mplay one on illation in givFoate, Ha had scored" 21 l and had t UM %  n KI i (a %  upenori his account with a beau' d a sing!< crashed the las* dclivci .S50 went %  %  pit* This m Li 412 minutw. IM Holloa kd as usual commanded respact. The go up but Atkinson Mil when • 'fed a fourtn Hi I id made 1" i. Skipper Goddard who partnered Weeka* should have been stumped before opening his account but Glbbc was deprived of h!5 second wicket when wicketkeeper McWatt failed to hold the ball. Goddard was beaten again in Glbos' next over buhe was well in his crease. While Goddard at this stage o.' the game was not at all comfortable. Weekes on the other hand i.g freely as.ever, cutting, driving and hoot delightful regularity. Wight was given his rccond spell for the day from the I. the score at MO and Goddard hit the third deliverj to the long-on boundary, mtinued to bowl from the Pavilion End The 500 went up when '. %  Lttd one o* fries past the bowli-r bringing him even with Roy Mar' 4*1 of 191 and in 12 mmM than Marshall's time of 231 minutes The 600 had gone In 454 minutes A powerful 'Other delivery from Gibba made Week. ^ the highest scorer for his team nmgs. • .askin who had taken Norman Wi, n through mid-off for 4 -uid then ofl his back foot to the long-on boundary to bring his total to 200 in 250 minutes He struck 22 fours The batsmen were now entirely on lop of the bowling and but for loj which was almost alUM highest standard thu .-orinn thou, would have been even more so. ame on from the Pai with the score at MO and bowled to Weekes who made %  w, bppi.sh stioke ihrougli slip: but Gaskin faile-i to get his band to it and the ball went to the %  Nine Kun. Another full blooded drive by Weekes u. the teg-bui.: the next delivery and a single ort the last gave the batsman 9 runs r ..nil In.! came on for the first time fro.n i End and was driven %  long the iarpel K dary to bring the total 486 minutes. Goddard also helped himself to 2 fours in l!uough the mveis I n Itollox's next ovei it Up In 76 n. hit six fouis and went mmatll Chrlstiani's .: over for Id llox who was keeping a r.th all ilong bowled %  : the last bUl I'.: : lad to hold tM and uiran a single. It was the or. %  chancebe bad given. Goddaru .A as M and the total M6 for six wickets. Th< %  ball high but Pairaudeau tiiou?thad now arrived and the were declared closed. Weekes' 2M which Lnciu fours had taken 295 n.,. %  while Goddard's sco: minutes during wbk fours. %  ful boat runs. He bowled wicket for TT and 8, had Glbbs l.b.w v. a single run on the board. Leslie Wight idled the I and survived the remainder over—a maiden wicket Kiilll C i < rlKIMI \M ktklnaon bowled from the end and sent down a Pairaudeau Two runs ihe result of a no ball and a bye. ih tbrea to square leg ofT Kings lacwwl ni.,.: > Wight played out Pairaudeau on drove Atkinson to the boundary and then cover iiove lor sand up 10 on .in i In King's next i then got i %  lard at silly mid on for a slrfgle off Atkinson's second ue'• ght again p next ovei to Pairauo>au was a maiden .e score at 14. Norman -eplaeed Atkinson at the *4 rcen end and sent down a 'V Pairaudeau off LM boundary, then Ei ir l b w %  Wist.' rvMi brwlB 1 i b TooU lor 3 wkta i Tall of Wick** 1 tar 0 1 for ROWI-TNT. ANALYSTS O -* rt KM 1 n A1kinon • ': \l^c'-i'. 9 1 %  n wniiMiu s • il.ll.t Radio I'roijramnie SATURDAY. FWUMV 11. !• Tarn Tha !•**•; M A, .lyn. T It .m Aa nrf l n jaaan. 1 IsuarWr %  ..*> r. u m — jonn Bull. d. aa a^m Hc. 11 10 am H~. Ami"" .m a>i wmja iia 57;. 1 11 B n. K-aa. 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T" l Plans C a |,UoiIH THE BABB.VDOS ,\DVOCATE J*t**'. .01 113.000 L—o, .nd PUnt,. %  ILL, .1 be preMroximAli %  5 made by I at ibis to" r use in thr I fj neannK ihortl) be action and %  U£md or the MSrt "nl on %  *3ilrt where .. r Hmo sever.Efeee Town 0 poinicd out inai ^— co ;Qe sea wail Jiorevir^ the design E3VaT* quickly and rZjuications can be ^ 1st incorporation in *Z new housing prepared by the rifcajned 'or preTM ii for construe-Tnumber Of simple t *rk-shop made. 1 tw manufactured quantities. By i b* making lull ; machinery. Chf'ibk to mass-proLa it about $3,000 |w)nnd the cost of would be m the j of public inspec' I will be occui of Ol j" out if any mi| %  be made. At the i Ac Hit th permag Its-cost house will liuern. three bed_L toilet, kitchenfj, all on one floor jm and store on Esida revered space KM fee: "saw Coflello added Mnntage of prill the parts ol the rj for larger type [|p people requu |al >-ir..>l! flltS. ressful". %  I flrst in the Held prefabricated Imed for tropi[aod the Colony will _create |e> supplying local %  port market as PACE THREE "You wer mg Mrs Smith that you didn't so* why ih butchors shouldn't pay Stradwy'i incioased surcharge of 7d. in the £ London Exprc— Mr..* 5AiftA Of Kuwait Dies Workers Governor Ut Jobs lean %  56^ Aim limgliti T.ONDON. ih. o statir of i iieiii uf the world baa •t:ed Th.t head of the Persian Gulf, quite In an obituary, the T morning "H H. Sheikh Sir Ahmad al Jabir-al-Subaii. K C S.I., K.C 1 K. who.se death was recently reported, ruled Kuwait foi 30 H velopmcnl from the Condition of a traditional of .i highly daralopad i %  oil. An oil conOBMton was granted 15 jraan ago. hut not nfuch. 4 it Production began in 1Mb'. al the rate of 13m. to. end employs 18,000 of a popul"%  ay. i50.ooo. rig internal chi ratultedi and the guiding figure throughout this pi %  i n Shaikh Ahmad" as he was known to the. poorest coolie. He was astute among a race Of the astute. Hi was of the highest He was wise. kind and faithful to L A letter written (Km Kuwait No one could i. enathtng very dnc about him 'iid he has it In abundance, %  ane %  Maj> ---. %  10X:_ im ix whet Jagai, that 1 found %  a—" to have pfcer,.. RUti. • %  ePME HOPK l">\'"-.mem from I | ,." %  ~"i i;. %  aar to drive %  Girl Friend Inherited OBQRQffTOV Mr Thomas L W... %  town who dic %  W< ; Berbice n ield conith the various local '.her officials and made urangements for soup kitchens in the area. 'he ComI'.tended .. public ineet%  the sympathy of the 11 whom he assured them, was taking a personal interest in the Hon. Rev. A T, Peters, reprettva Counicsent at the meeting and in a short speech i ancour%  veral villagan outUnad their and made BUggeat In addition to emphasising the need for more boats, they said rice factories were unaK il and asked that the %  %  U :n exchange for rice. Mexican Sugur For Japan VERA CRUZ (By Mail). A local sugar exporter. Sr. Remigion Delurln. has announced that Mexico will export about 25,000 metric tons of sugar to Japan< HHid that shipments tO . account for about half portable surplus for the 1U49—50 crop. The balance will be sent to Europe.—(B.UP ) 3 Comitrit-s Discuss] Russia's Aloniif Explosion HAHWl %  nigh on the a Wlttah, Caiiauian aim American behind bartMd Atomic Research Station ..t liarwell toSo imp.. ,,„,, lla discussions that blotting paj tists will be burned dai War Department poll guarding the Conference building Mil decide haa many if any—atom a be released for general publication They m not exported to discuss the case of l)i Klaus %  officers, who appear on remand in Court ton under the The talks which are due to last for four %  th policy on the daclaailhV energy dOBUB %  Uniform declassiiication guides to determine what information may be published and dilation an In use by the three countries. Any recommendations winch the experts make will b %  %  lovcrnmenti before any final re\ Russia's development < for reaearch workers m the tJnltad Kingdom Also the research lha oppoil .. conttnooui pension ai nds all his career in the colonies or only part of it. Mr B the Colonial Office in collaboration with scientists at home am. nd after consultation with the colonial governments to Ink together the research workers who are it present scattered throughout the Colonial Empirv will normally carry out their work in the Colonial Empin but may from time to time he required to serve in the Unileo Kingdom or elsewhere. The Under also pointed out tlu.i i bo a certain amount Ol intcrchangcability m the scheme between the colonies, to prevent en officer being "buried' in one colony for life. He said that some 380 projects a i IriJBWi and the mm mi h regional organisations rather than small research Institutes in every colony. He suggested that the scheme would fulfil the needs of "lifers" (people who Intend to do their %  k ;n mules,) the researcli worker afho might want to Widen his expen,;oing abroad for %  few J Ml |, In conclusion Mr Itecs-Wil. | thai although io laitI the lield Of colonial research had improved in the great need, particular. %  ..'... perta. Don't Take Water To Antigua ar ou' iiwi t 'nmBM, w %  i port is ^cvonmig ao iHsportant junction •jry to promote • which will mtransrt passengers to be so favourably impressed that thev will not hesitate to \ Kit the island again. Exaggerated accounts of the )94g drought made people feel that ;nis was a place to get as quickly as possible. More than excess baggage on a bo:; then discovered there I lenly of drinking wet %  llted an advanced here for any length of I Fortunately, no water shortage is likely during 1950 due to the continuous heavy showers still prevailing all over the island and etUaattve hoathi near the sea and In Hence "the get in gel mil at-.itude should no longer | | It | diillcult to break dOVB the %  I toother laiandi :>T-it tall Joke' of the I Antigua's airport becauei %  %  ... Although tl %  %  ad him. he I %  %  I %  %  t will coma." Lieund tor %  '.e nan oil Uv %  I Ilka to rtaj InatanUy, the Irkhthat In the neighboun: %  ed ti iveUai is an Inert Wntfteh %  us should IHof nature that strati; < Througta na Eaull ol %  i nly labouimg Ul AVI ATIC 4'LIIB CINEMA .M.mfe.r, Onlyl "TONIGHT (Slur.!.i>,. MONDAY 1. WEDNESDAY N1C.HT •I 8.90 PARAMOUNT prrwnls "Hi H ILKF.lt K CoUr b> Trchnkolar | HOB HOPE — JANE RUSSELL COMING TO-MOMOW Hl'MPHREY DMW *fBrty& doe' B KNOX %  ,,. MARLY •. UYAiUaa I .EMPIRE! COMING TO-MORROW Ajl it wwM do Jntr w& it PAULETTE liODUAHlJ 'JiSota UaidwbuHwtl -jr 1-SSWER1CK CRAWURU -£.\ COME fARlv !,) Sl( "ll.Hill ST(I\E" Story ol D.monc\ Votes $250,000,000 To Aid W. lieilin BONN, Oan y, Pah. 10, Wet parliament ..gainst vigorous: l>ii $250.0OO.e .ng Eui"nun Federal Funds f' I construction of west Berlin powe; %  inch had bgl %  %  t J wast0 I ployed in the Pedeial Republic. —Reuler Rco|ncd over a cniur, ago b Hr r.rnwoi Ma|wty, Q ut n Vinoru. u the Iwdtngmaksn of Quality Biscuiu. Carr'i of CarlUk to-day mil carry forward the urn* proud tradition. From ivary tornar of (ha world comti an mintent damand for ijt Bitcum which ara known and 'anHTnOtrtd lor -thsirh.ghquahty.^,^ Wt EA/Gl/SH B/SCO/T MAK£fiS • Qcifo British bor gets the goods theie every time Iks bUoi Waan Ihty fail, ih* ayalam hecomaa dagf d wirii poium and • i*l IMUI and iMMtaUa. Thaa ia (ha (MM la laka IMd'i Kidnat PilU. W,ih. n I haw Uadda lUrt to U* lha k.dw.. dtui aj lhaM haraalul *ISM. Saan HSf %  J-llt > %  rasUtaS* by .bariM^Ud MMp Md paeBal ha aurt l C iha r— 'Wd iuaasj PWa I • lar| halda al ad druf alaraa. m jj* From Paris Wc have just received the Finest Assort,i l HEAD TIESSQUARES Printed & Woven Lovely Designs in Crepe de chene. Ninon ,.elte & Pure Silk $2.64. $2.88, $3.00 MODERN DRESS SHOm 50/, OF SERIOUS EYE TROUBLE IS CAUSED BY NEGLECT! thats why MORE and MORE operators are changing over to 'MORNS-COMMERCIAL I ^ Jssn^uJ Lo d •*** **>• P"" ht% hc * 'otaottao your Momi n %  -ommef ual tru^i-. mil still give daily proof of the sound Bomb engjneenag thai h*pu ihemon iht w* I rpn for every carrring fob —muoupajoruanmercial. Luogur sbuct ibaatii *uh Bodicail denrsd I Olll KOI AL t.\K MiK LTD. Phone 2385 Ditributor Phone 4504 A famous rye doctor has staled that neglect it the main cause *4 jo'; of terioui eye trouble. Neglect leads to unpleasant eye eraubles headaches, irritation, needness. In many cases this is ana entirely to eyestrain. 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PACK l "i i: THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. I | | ft, ARy mKBAOOS^i ADVOCATE ftnr.^4 •rublkliM b7 TAdn C LM, . "• %  >• SI, SHdaMm Saturday. Fcbruarv II. U.W ( %  mrriiti I llrfralv ACCORDING to constitutional practice, in any part of the British Empire where it exists the Government Party in any elected assembly resigns from office whenever it is defeated on major tames. It then happens that the Opposition is called upon to form a government or the matter goes to the country by means of an election. That is not the case in Barbados. Within ratal I Government conducted by the Barbados Labour Party has been defeated on two major issues and in a thiid instance on a part, party has not resigned from power neither has the Governor, whoso right u is to do so. called on them to : • From the time of the introduction of the Bushe Experiment in 1946 it was understood that in accordance with established practice, the Officer ad n ernment would call on the member most likely to command House ] and that member would nominate the other three members of from the House. Tlir.se would be responsible for the conduct of go> and in the again in accordant lished pracfrom office. Acting democraticallj which shoul any party '" power. The I k a P arl >' on more thai tion tl confn: in the .. have c tokei dollai ers and prs poln Establish!:. %  In', tion of th. the n of two 1 the H %  emptpatiinot like Dl HAH Indian SUggl and so it could M tion nment. Onu practa shoui-• to carry oi ""'" thai :1 ** natr.. act b offic : %  butthe ind, Aed Only 106 Women Are Candidates | B* Mm Mmrwmj LOW '-li')I Women voters outnumber men in Britain.; but it"s the other way round as far as | THERE are two great att/acgoto, submarine, to complet. hi. lU i et s M . and o can • keep ". mentary representation is concerned. . in ih. •uhm.rine nlrr. tralnins. no '" '"?*' RESPONSIBILITY -ll< s|o.isil.ili.> At A Uazxlinitl? Early Ait*' •• Hull's TIW Lore Of Submarines U* I mlotir Kennrtl* tlon.'talhr.ubm^inV ^rv'icc" u Others, who are trans0n|y 24 o{ he m members elected to the The flrst la the independence Among the volunteer, there are ferred to ^ lu es J'Pf, r „ h last House of Commons were women and which life in a imall ccasionally one or two who (eel .hips of the Fleet, nnfl me wre ^ ^ w ^ many more m the gives the feeling of being a mem they will not be able to stand the harder "" <" !ubro '"" C "" TH V %  ". S,r "?ard one ^That's otcause there are onr y 108 women They arc give" every encourage"•£ "^ oughral Bu bmariner amon g the 1.600-odd candidates for the Fob i nieni to a.k to be tranrfemd be„„„„„. I0 ,hc psychological 23 general election. Last time, the 24 success And the second r. the, find ihcmselve. in a mU ^ Qf dMnt and urf cini r*, B women „.., L~MIII~ GroHsca Pilsner Beer—per Bot. Grolisch Pilsner Beer—per Case Trinidad Grape Fruit Juice Cream of Wheat—Large L'suiUj 21 (!) a a i Htl(t\Ml(| STORES un a a %  %  "" wi %  %  all of whom know in I unity sponsibility. Il no other branch o. the Navy which offers so much responsibi! • mbers rit so young an age. lieutenant of a submarine, on whom the safely of vessel rests when diving and surfacing, may not be more than 21 >r 22; the man ;tt the wheel may >till be in his 'teens. ful women were drawn from a total of 871 the second is iruupporfore they find mfmieiva in %  77 then sent back to aeneral service }""* u !"!" TheIe ls pr0 bably can expect to win seats in the next Commons. | without any ducredii to them no job (n |he world w h, r h calls *rh e line-up of prospective women candi-' •n. 11k. ih. Snartaiu-it is ttt thsair crews do nut a*.*. %  jueiliiy was H;MII\.*.\* *^ a^. •.light this time will be a straight. Thoae in submarines say mat EmDire "_bui uieir crew, do not „,„ ct .„. A highlight this time win De a suai B "i no more dar. nlx with the rest of the Fleet as You ha ^ to understand the, (j„ nt between women in several C ,c 1 the men ol the battleships, ciuis | nn c llncM of the ocean before you „_„,„,. Qne of the leading personalities in""'. U "*.".?"'.. ers. and denroyer. do. can abo understand not the fe.r • %  Tw,,..ismuir. ConservaUve. iniicuncM of the ocean before youi encies Qne Q{ ne l ea ding personalities in-; en. and dertroy^r. do. can alK) understand not the fears ... Twecdsmuir, Cons:ervatlvc. -.heir boats. hjh 0 mar.ne mc: L ^ !" ^ V," nl, v Cnichlcv ip except on prolonged exerciM. like „, klnd „, lrou bled delight who will oppose Mis. Olne Lruc and tne mi !" lhe recent Arctic expedition, but Aberdeen South. which occur with :i a depoi-ship which generally Except for the " m ^ *"„ Mrs. Cruchley, a London barrister, is a y .ll^TthTnsk,^ ancho a """ w y m fcT'rne* 2Tta" i3S Socialist. Lady Tweedamuir at I •• ZSSVttZ K thn^a C i e1fl a c.en y cy andVmarkered one of tnc most photogenie women ta ,-ouivak-nt onl) On return from exereUe. the ble physical courage, this attriBritish politics. Her husband IS a 39-year-old picet All boats tie up on either side of the bute belongs to no other nation [{ Tmer Canadian army infantry officer who ocpite the risks aU oflicer. and ^^"like ."S^sJ-S 2stt % " Tl SST" men who go into submarines are %  "££Jm. 0 v her chicken.. Couraije volunteers And there are always ubma „ n ers like this tl I i.d destroyer, do both b\ and the accidents h( fecent Arctic which occur with regret I'.rinl. Prole. dk I'r.s. r\,w j| BERGER PAINTS LASTIKON PF.RMAMNT GREEX fm, LASTIKON WHITE UOISE FAIVT LASTIKON RED OXIDE HOOF Pan, HI KOI Hi: MARINE H IIITE ESABB OPAQI.-E WHITE INDERCOAT I obliterate lyTt PROMEIM SILVER ALI'MINn PROMEI M METAL PRIMER l0 ~ ym i obllteraw. BUdi_ I "" "'"I. eniMER

„ was unable to dive. A British aircraft on patrol, not is "The Old Subpatr ol across the Nor'.!. I even now they refer hid bem ba llv damaged by a their calling as minc „ff In c German coa.1 and If the election were conducted purely as a popularity poll, one woman would be almost sure of a seat. She is Lady Memo Lloyd George, known as the "mother" of the mother unents *"' n „,,...-.. — r— %  very officer expec tm to meet her, took her and man must return to general 0 ^ ., L boa i an d two ye%n>. After that bo „ .r > o;"rem-.n "m general Despite frenned signals from lesert the sabmari continued W The Trace c aptin of the submar.i ':,. radl MS tag At tne ae "' .,, r hpr „r"Extiectcd time ol arrival 1400 IF LT-S ^f^-h SSg a.,ta„ ..ops bombln. ,„ a larger .hip or a 10b ..^ ^ ma „ y & m~ nnd men are None Snow. It better than the „„,, i Blockhouse or In one of th. The Paintings Of John II a r %  • i son ri iiaaien.". Al 47. Ladv Megan has served 20 years as Liberal member for Anglesey, winning unchallenged claim to seniority among "the : the House." Lady Violet Bonham Carter, another outstanding Liberal although not a member ol the Hi ijunced that she will not candidate. Outstanding among Socialist worm didates is Dr. Edith Summeiskill. fan her daunting eye and mastery liamentarv seetetary to the Food ;,. Dr. Summeiskill emerged from celling "question time" in the Commons with a reputation for tart, factual ru•houghher fondm. md-ttks the parliamentary chamber times resulted in adverse publicity. Dr. Sumrherskill is defending her old seat, Fulham One of the youngest women in the minster stakes will be Margaret Robert year-old grocer's daughter who has been | BUY THESE TO: HLE MARGARINE—per ?. KEI.LOGGS CORN Fl.AKl IT %  D.\\ I -ll^U .ili-lllMAItlllL — i/lrl II) KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES -per pkg J RICE KRISPIES-per pkg ALL BRAN~per pkg. ... %  HEINZ KIDNEY. OXTAIL. MVLLIGATAWNY SOUP—per tin "" UTH AFRICAN FIG JAM—2-lb! tin APRICOT JAM-2-lb. tta" PEACH JAM—2-lb. tin ^*wii u.i.vi—i-ic tin COOSEBERRY JAM—2-lh. ii B GL'AVA JAM—2-lb. tin ... STANSFELD. II. V. II. Alaes. relevant to his first impression he I a coup dWii tansss which gives 3M initial ghock of i Id grocers aaugnter wno nas ami .; — %  candidate in Dartford. W/.VAWAWAW1 Kent. Lady Elizabeth Pakenham. wife of the r SCOTT a CO.. LTD. % %  %  ,:V,WM*& to '.'.:;'.::::v.i civil aviation minister, is prospective Labour candidate for Oxford City. She has lour sons and four daughters. Women first .n 1918. F:i ember wrss VI Pull equality ol w r of ihe was obtained m "*-o Csn, ness. : i sW-It. b4^^*-t i i\nf ii*H1g*n nlC Anti-Fly Town KADUl John II work i. oi, si over the I ,. ., „hat he ha. dOKnbed .ielicious ibal I ZT. ,.'.;, lay metin. %  n umi.li. i One mile east ol the thriving ns ., W log hard 10 Jl but munitv js th, suuuU(1 "'^IttH !" town of Old Anchau. Until rei WOO inhabit. I from a-worm infection caused by impure • third ol them had My. .. i. ESC r<\ Yd fr. ,. r hut too Ufl • ntingoltho who had .1 1 very good, but U bad hiis quit %  far less do I • %  %  at his worni M a hore ol unccrlair curb, and b trolltxi by good taste and it feeling \\ hals on Toilav Ind-noloiiial C'rirkrl. Kcnsinitan al 11.30 A.m. 1 m 1 11. kt 1 i< uti> 'turn Iht DtVtMsUn "ill MB| at Qurrn'd I'ark t 2.M r 111. lw.i J.ioihjll I.Jini. Iron 111." %  Ir-iultt.h.rr-Uill |il 1,il \ Ml'l 4t 4.311 pin 1 itik.l.is. Uutru at 9.M p.m. iiinuiiinta ~^ M^ ^p — — —campaign against the Isetse-rly. a blooi which infects both humans and The new tOWl sdminl It has wide, maho: %  mentary school, modern medical dis;. 1 spacious market. The town of Old Anchau was formerly centre of local government for the A Now a corridor in tr made safe from the tleep thing down the trees and bushe lUilt 111 the 700-square-mil. ^mallei Ih senToe itlisssi me was madi tain's Coloin.i ment and \\ Act. NOTICE At Our Dry Goods Department wiE closed for the Intercolonial CM Tournament at 11.30 am. on lowing days:— Mill %  BABOHj BAi ialhd A I aK|*o V %  Brtori' iinr*' %  Thursday 9th February Tuesday 14th February Thursday 16th February Tuesday 21st February And on Monday 13th and M* %  20th February at 11.30 am. ilpc* DA COSTA & CO.. LIB n>iooon ut> oo>o' 400 I UUnd of Osyfl*. VJ, MSStd 111 %  K wOnW i-nm. SBJSJ sr apoim un aoai they urc doinn .^ the day when traffVc la ap w mim SmortOgt k, but if th ;.nd there are Dot i LU be duastrou! rtaai %  % %  iditome school* h< I i •a. f*—** %  *•**' . tvcomsT arceBti. haw at ih urn %  %  > %  %  BornkwormH I'" \C IHfjvn ii, | Hi,i MalrwH liny It has g>>>.--^ .— ".—— : It u ihe i/' I 'buses. %  la —II passengers on the bu %  -pectable , %  -. tl p>M>><* wkia MsaBMl 'tave their laaiaaakt dutm —i wm^t y* ha ui < Lmto %  s>gpp pg It is (turtag this tr p \ Bffegl huses tn com| ..*ge .' fsatio i because the bers of i HAM for Sandwiches J & R Sandwich Brt* Cakes-A wide variety Carr's Sweet Biscuits Boxes of Chocolates CROWN DRINKS. ORDER EARLY FIO* GODDAB? SK| %  %  -,' s A' Cm n w: il'.-. ::>;, i klr •u Is Ms .Si %  I Qei tt. •li 5* , he all tr 1 %  vSM %  St th th %  t •ft •so e, Na M G •\ 4



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^r aTl Rl>\Y IKBRIARV II. 18.111 fleralds Hear police Band Decision Reversed Honours o! ihe Assis,agGI IKDKIl hich inrVriudM ~u frUMHeralds, turned out %  *irMae P lice Buna under {•iSTirmS on Thursft g~ ij~ *l£i£& delighted the crowd %  • ^T-Conoe Forsic", as well as '" lk -"HI Alphoiu hLT.K 1 "" 1 •"">•"' not'luvtS mk ^„..Tnh W r-r, llu -' 2 THE BARBADOS A DVOCATE 'GLORIA MAY' SANK Rio To London SO Hours Rifle Shooting 130 MILES OFF B.G. ->_ "'. J. W. H Vaughn S H^ Nurse. Poli,, of D "'' rtara imposed a line or 20 an d £K____ "* rw ar v > or, Thursday. When they reached ^-_i"_". """?" *" d "" rom " "*" costs „n Kenneth Be,r. rSS ? ,,T' own c !" wcis %  'hcrcd around to greet them and J^s^ne A !" "? ?""?" !" u pi,M ,h ,,K -' %  _*„P. ord ? n B '" "icthiriK of their experience ISS, !" jiF'Z *"• "" competition. B.O.A.C. are •r-ss""" nd popu sswsr-ft -"2?-%^\jnderstood lhal shortly the MM*'" 1 ** spendina a day or ETwitMr. C. H. Yearwood. ?LW ardcn o( the Parish. t fl r w Pnnce, tenor soloist of the f__2-rThe other six memt ^!,.'V gum "" >*"" '•"•'" are 1 '"> 1 '" '••" shoo. !fr""i.i! .f_ cr !^. ar nved .. onThur "'y. When they reached jffr£27T < J5 a ~J? l " %  %  %  *>* fto-.t-l%  ill be some ver> Ing of then The October—Novemb. oap Bpooa BMO4 oil rhe SUM %  ray M :heir Hanjfe Of) 1950. all 8 o'clock. Th y %  %  nineteen members whe | ML and a native of Trinidad, %  yj^ 'Advocate" that the loca JJe a-ind waa very uood but S-r^n2ri T !" iS d .h /le/iny CMe//,,, r^AInoal Rand. "^ 5^ the local Band. )Sa W>98 of .a Hopper bicycle 1 valued $40.00 was reported -Ivor DeAhu-au of Collymore g^ He stated that the bicycle T_ri,_..n from outside a rcsidge 'u,nn/B U ^ "i>R^ : around Bridgetown •my hello lo all his friends worn for II, told the thai he was Kind to "' at nome again. He was • awaiting the opoortun| %  ' * ,0 sea again but >• under the same circumstances. Tm> story of the tragedv i ling to DeKo'.. luu-V i ,u: "" %  left nntish Guiana WILLIAMS of Para„,*?' ''"' "'""" '-'' ab ul a'Lucia atttnoini a utun. ; ?, m for Barbado.. The ln.ua,, Lour ,1 J >I1 '>">W *"y between 7 p.i: t cou„ „„ ts-i'st'-as" £-5*< I akon from outside a real ^K dt Bay Street on Wednes1 ISDS IV II. J Beach Club, recently re„ _, ne loss of a 6-volt battery, Ap 4'•""'"> .-.-...^ „.o, ^r/ WSJ"** squalls and rain fell contlnil About 9 o'clock that same night. lC !" ,V nL 20 "' *' cbru "TOwn. to th. shortage twirl. ^TL, S V '"' rS "P 0 !" Targets they were unable to I iwieo weeajy via Usbon ana this shoot before. Uikar to Natal. Rio de Janeiro, The following M !" ,.„.„J„ • %  --"" %  %  '"' rouowmg is a list of the Sam ,,„ ^,. S A "T 5 '"" """ bl members along with thei, Santiago, one service making an respective handieam. U Davis 11. Edghill A Qeaaei (hooding M I 97 01 9S.4I 98.2; 117 33 98.91 98 0( M M 87 7' 117 M N H t was parked ffiii^'SL^ROAD we, ^S'aSfZ&SlSF' tell afUnit the foremast and no ^^Bt involved motor lorry peraont, VBXr&S'Z* 0 ^* ArftZ2Jft£'* Captain's Orders ed Attornev this time, Captain aeo Hall Tenantry. iTs ?'T'"7 "' E lso Mlll of Graham was at the wheel -j, Mderstood that Devonish ,, r Lei'ers of Adminislra8dVI -' orders -stick to the pumps". • walking along the road with ." "' lh ll will annexe,| of Pe pumps were in use uut .bucket of water on her lieu,!. J ." M HamDden Qraham late of lh, v could n l control the Inflow OK of the uprights of the lorry 5' ew f" Hill. St. John, deceased 0, w ** L, cra-t Hie bucket and Devonish he Will was admitted to nroh-.io The "Gloria May" was then w „ h IK, her face and was injured, on 28th September, 1913 roba,e about 130 miles North of the !" "„ "J£ u " d ^ ere )' %  "•> fcxas later taken to the Gen'"" %  llrnlsh Guiana light house. Land „1 m ,'" m f re ,he Adv,,,.,-., „1 Hospital and detained. Next potiii„„ granted was th* was n0 ln "*'" e her could "" bo *"i"'ormed, and Mr. j .yOTHER ACCIDENT occurred filed b, Abdulhai Malm, mak JOSLI'll OK ItOI'tiK. My ea j It rook ef Ill-fated schooner "Gloria Ma. '. Blue Waters' Should Have Been Built The island's hotels are packet 'Ith lltltXTc -lilel Ihnu I_ II.. tBrazd). Rio will be reached Irom ,-iouoii in approximately sit „ R hours. Sao Paulo in 34 hours, ,• Montevideo in a day and a hall .. ft >., and Samugo In under 2', days Major J E Griffith .including a nlghutop in Bueno. Capt. J R. Jordan at, ... n „ Mr H B G. Marshall llnAl. will thus re-esublish i,t ,| Neblctt •he direct air link between Great Miss J. Nicholls attain and Chile, the ector beMr. W. A. Richardson i-,:i iii.-nos An,, an, Sjir.i.igo .. T A 1.. RObCrtl having been suspended for the pied n Sealv year. The existing York services „ g. Ten,,.,,. •m this route, to be progressively M ; Tucker withdrawn as the Argonaut serM A Tucker V** a /*„ bul up ;. do no1 operate c i pl c „ a beyond Buenos Alre. It is at M £ D „,.,,. present expected that all York Vr K S Yearwo.^1 aircralt will be withdrawn from "* ** B ,0 ,w oo" the route befoie lareb OC !-',._„ J .„. Built m Mew das * M ears .igo Ltd.. the Argonaut is powered by (Barbados Advocate, February 11 four Rolls Royce Merlin engines 1925) and includes much other British The ( unard-Anchor Liner equipment. The aircraft is pres'"Tllvanin" il IHlhaina Many of B-OA.C.s fleet of 22 anchor ,„ Carlisle Bu Argonauts are already in service voyage of 10 hour, frorn PorTof. ?-~.. o.! 1 ? ra V on i rol i' M ,rom Spain, Trinidad, In rommand ol| Great Britain to the East and Captain David W Hone, with 97.08 78 75 PW Beal A,t Deacons^Poad^near^Bays of Spi Fuehs Has NothingToSay ,:.out 6.45 p.m. on man the constituted attorns. Mesdav I..M iH.tweei, a motor Mohamed Mohmed „ „, ti£V* -' "dden r by ^..^!!^:_ to .-' a ^ jES DiCource.v sad. and d I—mi 'Siroad iTrotman and Burnett were i injured. The head lamp Michael, widow, lo Ha r could rvrL. i't" %  back for British „??" d E ""ne of the prominII ''rested in the ^ Tnm He blamed the restrictions which had not arrived shoilly befot?tl nearly 300 tourists on the urst Ciinard West Indies t i signed to Messrs. tlaitschvll & local Auents for the Cunarci St. Line of New Yoi k lh, % %  1 'u,eania", built In .921! h Ship BttUdlni Mid Company of Glasnow, in 16.893 with twin mwi HII lenKlh M I" I I in. : %  iuld call breadth 70 Pucfai Draft on cruue being 1 orally When not oruialn| she operates ; m'roUxn^^f^hSreua;'!^, bS '"j" **•>*• "~fcl not bTJha, ^b,ch amount ,„ a .onfessioir !" >1. widow, to the estate of *'"".f* 1 b '. '. cba J coal """ h ,d shortage of accommodation n the cycle was broken and her husband Goulbourne Water,v;,shed n lhe ** 'h... J....I... *:.. !.. Sr" rim and left muffler man late of this Islau.l. Th '' l to probate those of, Annie Evelyn from Mr. William were these two charges." He said he donderrv and New York, but .... ll^hlnino r . m H th t devaluation of : wo ,. d a J lt r r fuehs to he romprimarily Int. %  .m* :,ri sln ma ">' America,,, lo '.'"'•, <"' '"' <" U < Ital P, l.leooal was seen alloat. Ul Criminal Court Sh, I „ The crew of lu got into the life When an American leaves the „„. 51,,, so c 01 •' Thomp| lu l| and internal llttl *M Sh, !" ^f 10 ',." 1111 ""' %  ^• % %  DoutSai boat Hothtng was see,, nor heard states with <„ %  S4.ooo i „,„ ,', !^ r ljI p rT e '' 5S5 '"" %  '" <>" '""" iirenT the sX dSrict ?, ^''"^" [ r""" am 'o Barbados, hi, money is increa";', rlct, Corbin (St. Peter); Henri ear. m their way by about 70 per cent because of a brow^ue H,7a?rCner!w •*— 2S (St. MichacU: lla bwe .... signs were left of anydevaluation. Teui i a thaten of dark hair white,', even bettei eyi said his oath of' '"'*' i 1 nd band.. because they set %  anegiance "meant nothing to ancc h vin ill thel I read to the St. Lucy Vestry Marshall glanr meeting on Thursday. afiatT'Torthe^^ iT^dcnu if Coeoa,,u H.ll ?"• '*' Churchj: —" '" •*>• position, becov, %  Stain been complaining of JJ?""'^, o, lvira Byn e (Christ No food, no water, no course, no Premium when -hey change the.r man whose mind wasirrevocably Bs vr-hie muddy conditions of TJJr'Sv.. 8 !" -00 Horatio Goddard oar lnf|-g bill tw "ativo Holivares Into dollars, plus wedd_ed to Communist pro have been complaining of *" %  "• ^. lvlra nuddy conditions of Vo" !" !*,'. LSaiIt th,> list'ict and no efforts ,'='• Philip); Jane Campbell (St. oars, the suits of clothing to thei an addition to those dollars when ,,e %  Beged that Fuciis said on on. ^ av wssjesrs t- ., ...v UUIIO vi vsviuiusj iv uivn — w m %  WSIIII — |f the improvement has been *-ucy>. backs and hats which served aa they come to a sterling area like Occmiion visited the Soviet Em" ados, baM > in Kensington Palace Garuus nr ill iv. i loia w lllkll .-s^ a vu .r ^ — %  %  %  Bade His Honour allowed the rebailers, these the men had saved. Barbados Jbtf iwd is the main entrance paling of probate of the Will of The wmt WN ineaking into the Mr. Euan thinks the situation lab district ;md 1 can assure Gertrude Blair Slater, late of small boat, which he feared would is a Bloomy one. that will conHumphreys said Fuchs was born — — — "-'* -— !" -i...-., i,.,v (>. -iiiiiii li^i.tv. i>nnii >nILUIL-U wuuiu ift .1 [HHIIIIV Ullf, 111111 Will COI1,,„,, T-„„,,#,._* i iaa.ee j %  toatireal inconvenience has Toronto, Ontario. Canada, under havo sunk at anytime, and they tinue to be gloomy unless there is ?JK ? t %  m i a i W SLL^SS T .L h rem VaI ' 5 Ctl ? n 37 of thc Co,,rt of r ii ",ust k(,pt ^'""K ou, Tnc wa,pr an -*-up on the import restricanh-N-Si %  ndJn^.MJ^.S"!!!" %  mt,chiefly In the rainy season, nry Act. 1891. t ami drtftod with the tide. tions from the dollar w-a-: r^fln r^T A m e Tadaihon to all this we haw 0n Christinas Eve. the weather £ crn V"!. Communist Party. He %  rn, two t. I .wile masts and a well proportintic HUptical in shape. fare the inevitable plight of %  ding our canes to th, %  .highway because there is too Such mud for either I, | % %  l o draw them from the Lnsw considering the letter the oecidca to add thii Decree M>s<>liiir Grunft'd On Christmas Eve, the wenthssl held up but the rain oOntulUOd !< fall. The ten men held their coats to catch some of the rain water which they drank to keep them Land Ahead then left Germany fm France and i England as a refugee from Nazi | War hroke out in i 1939 and in 1940 he was interned j in Fjigland. In 1942, Humphreys said, atom-1 %  search was betn| Lntttuufled I A tii" .i urns, formin more than one country. l | ing a sort of pyramid. tveH v,, '. v Hl-ett brains available SUM1 Drums In? Pyramid Form for trani men %  BSBOI %  iNOTHU-tfcSKR to mat day. they saw and reached packed up on the waterfront vesneeded to assist In i, oin and land, ana found a river from ti-ruay OMKMlte the bond ol Messrs such brains as Fuchs possessed In the Court (or DIVOI of other roads which was M..:iiinou, urday His to th. Honour Ua ., i judge G. L. Tayloi KSo? ','! lx,re '* These" drums arrivedbv' CMS known and proved to b. %  er £2, '' 0 they alvtoetl "Canadian rornHali-S" '"'! tneoretieal ...... was f -"K nl tteapondent). in this uiem evenly among tnerneeivet, f a x on Wednesdayliving, and undoubtedly had done .bjought to the attention of !" 'L dcc "^ m s i w Pronounced Tills v on Veneguala. Th, > a .ningtotbe oonsiderable Vesirv was signed """' : year. Thes -l.pt that night under aj. ,,,'„„ ,„^ ._"..„_ atomic rescarcl . r G. Will.iughbv of I'lc %  **• K K Walcott. K.L' In vener and nearly 100 ralepavers %  tructi ping ill ine wet eiouillig. H UM >, „„., ,.. Leavii be) arrived nt of Highways and absolute". 7,7,""7 V>"K" '*""'' S ? •" % %  -•-•o". So" & Co., l.M '>'„ very rare indeed. He .. in use sun of D. L. saw ., whleh — work for British k Thej dent mat night under ,„.;£' as"'thev"took'''uo 'fane, "toniic leseaich. He was .-.. .1 which the) bad hauled „, olaiTOi ,„ C an„do during 1S. *JZFL,!"£2?l£. ... G!"L. W. upSome of the men caught coins ^Tpped by"ves's'n liuthldS Pm,'' courM h s *"" bra n w s hui Co, represented the • deeping.[in the wet clothing. SSEr'J !" 'S^L^VS"*' !" nessed to atomic research • was also gram•' another Ixiach on December 11. %  suit of G. S King • S1 ;" 1 J{ %  ,'"'> '.',','"."" pronounced on December 0 lasl ale r3Wi Tinpetitioner appeared person. saw there were |UI cassava and dry corn which ',.,y It read; "We'the'umiereigned Clarke & %  • %  •. ratepayers and artisans petitioner. %  TL5!S h „ of St Luc d0 hcre aaUmjl. Us 1O %  SCUM "• (Petitioner) a id I. M. K, "* '"' ,aM Al[ " Tb proposed building of sl,< "" ien0 %  w rectory or the reconstruc the present one, and the %  u tee Almshouse. j !" 1 riuesl that the a* held before any ad""' for tenders for the or reconstruction of VVafl buildings is made. vLY,' % %  ""'• of "" %  ,acl 'bat as BMellor !" '"'"' <*"">""<* was taken to work with A pro* thii fM iCanada. taking molasses to Nighl'caiii. ,inu tha) llapt again after battling against mosquitoes and sand Mai 4 Murdered • From page 1. nred a snot through li^ which scared Poka behind a parand for Fiiird For Inflicting \\ oiiml A DM of £3 to be paid in inthey trailed the „ Uon ln lhc d| beach again in e eh of food k „ chcn whc „ „„ ^,, ,„._„ uction of the aioreitahntnta or 2 montha 1 unprtaon• %  wn ..e jIil, i'i ... y. B 0U ment was impose,i on I % %  B-.t; — —— llivill il.l 1I1I|HJ>VI1 ill! UUIIII %  j-not aa to your Gill, a 39->earold portal oi I only saw foot— %  I .iiumals. On January 3. the men sow two ;.i towards %  aw a Capuchin ) of the Venezuelan Government who took them to his In July. 194a! he was n.ituialiseo and became a British sub\i that time he signed an oath "t %  Htafltrrt Whan ha Brat i atomic research before he j was naturalised he signed the usual security undcrtakim; 'hat was done again in 1944." That document made it perfect>ii In bun how Meurttyed he must be ;.i dothtnl .. .r J. t ,„ i Jt* plan y ," Len* on Thi Be •,?"l" ln tbe execution Mr.fi HFaad It our ,1.,,.. . He was found guilty of having .liven fiXKl anil shot ln thc right leg. body lay on the floor Hinu.-ii It "It tat only fel Ihen climbed the steps and fired phrcys declared, "lhat he always another shot, while villagers looked as being a security-minded climbed the back-stairs and prod person. But it is now clear that him with bamboo. such an oath of allegiance meant To escape prodding Poka dashed nothing to a man whose mind was across the room and was Anally irrevocably wedded to communtwo day. later, they Hit toother-,,, -law then entered "mophievs said that in %  littl.village and stru, k the cutlass out mention facts that a,"";,??"? 1 1 overlook, bearZ£ ? >.""' Iac ,hal "•" Kt .,' b* v io be repayed aaSalJoi. h d b> hc ''"W gave tins letter const p, mciples. Humphreys said that in a statement which Fuchs made, he said that shortly after his release from ?£* ?'..B T*f. I internment he was aske,i professor at Isirimngham UniQverloaded "Bus Costs 20 ; Fine of hiIhey had to n. '.and with heart and held him while police Next step of their wandering lushed ln and arrested him. i-.idad where they we,,Po ka em taken to ho.pital lor ,'t knowing' nothing at Arst what M MiSutherland who t.eatment and will be charged the work was about. When in a Government „„ FlH |||oul n< purpoM „, lhe versity in war woi k He accepted HBBBITI. ""'"'I' 1 of his letter KSS1 L**'J""' S Lucy 5 bewv,-. ,' '<"'' h "" :H1U other KT* p ni on Thursday, ^P ACTOIES „, the TO Parishes have startira being f trucks fo1 I Portets a nd Sandy boat. Accommodation tlv tter Krom Ciudad Ihey wer.Coleridge Welch of Clilton Hill Trinidad and Anally, Hi. home. De Rouge said that he was told one months imprisonment I J ni tc no lho rumour His Worship Mr. E. A McLeod wcnl oround hil ,„,. -Gloria May" when he was loui.u ,,.„ Uri ,i, h Guiana leaking. He leak DM — IB, CsMri. Oa Pare 7 %  Hlsi fault • >-'a^a s.iil|l_ t/ltl IUj,i. ITHUI >'l VU"Vi %  ••• %  ^.... nVTsfa %  w, M *?1 dw ,lcd o St. Thomas was lined 20/to h%  Sag V .,. U E /•. ack nowpa ,d | n one month or in default ^ imprisonment by Mr. E. A McLeod ^ n| an ha wai Eound | (lll w ing overloaded his def lC d uiis, saying that the nber 24 on was on ^ developed when guilty of havii bus G-94. on Palmer nainmast came away R' 1 > MMMllNs. „ ' II.-.I..I ,i sfgfcMNf 20/For Mocking Road No Reply Herbert Bullcn of Buckingham kaweeaet I ..... that second i lo .„| |, allk Hall was Hi. J months imprisonment by !??' ''da,la„ a i., a abou l0 HI. ,'* OMit ,.,L. . __..__ ^_ A h.* n .<.ii.Mi Thi. nim a oag wun n iiiiii i tum io in: |wiu in %  %  -— — -enl by that thlie said that aftl iiLshing into the boat i :i.i:nH"i PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd-Low,oisi V. a %  %  %  % % % % % % % %  DON'T forget tu take | Package of Fancy Biscuits and some Chocolate Bars for your Lunch when you go to HUM I Fancy Bisculia in I'arkaie. I'etit 11, 'in,.. U Li nc oln Cream, Currant Puff CanUval Assorted, Nice. Mane. TH-Frult Puds. Kaacy BlsmiU in Tins Aeet: Garden Cream, Fruit Cream, Shortbread. Selected Craan Tea, Bavoj iVaal chocolate ilta, Carnival Asst: ( htKoUlea in Tin A fto_e ltl.it k M %  Milk Tra> Ar ROBaa, C.t.iburys Aaaorb %  ChoeeUte Bars Mars, Vanity i., u KitKirt, Caley Tray, ( milk. adbury -Milk, Whole Nut, I Almonds, Fruit &e Nut. Bournvillc, Frys Milk. Almond & Kaisin. Nut Milk. \i v (( I Pint Th. Sun Glasses. BIIICE WEATHEKHEAD LID. BXAD or _IOAO STKarr and handle bar a %  iamaged committed o n DccWSJ-!: a _• ' "nkn, Itroyed J i in tin •-ST n dm ,h d'bs 'Tr ur „ la> Chattel said: Before the t apuin locked lhe door araln I ..,.! 'Cap. *he going, y—•• aim coming.' that the Captailinked nim. %  %  %  %  %  .-. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .•. %  .:;:;:v,;::-s,'s.v.;::: Hawker Fined l_ flrst 3 0p ripo c ^^ the rtKim All bo paid la I. Impoaad an MM*. ie U the boat' 38 >*_r > s was beyo Rone b* Wa Wcx_nip m jshed into a life boat. It ,1 for the Captain but bananas did not rec ha *" Wer bun,' "fo boat was launch_t^_L which hTok "• %  ' round the ar a ,or %  E "Wches, St. George. The offence was committod on ghort time but they did December 30. him. For QUICK DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE THY us ran We compound only the Best Drugs in every perscription and ensure your pro*-etion by our Double Checking method. COLLINS LIMITED. a, Broad Street MNMNMNHHHMMillMM_a •I PAGE FIVE THE FOUNDATION OF BEAUTY LIES IN ELIZABETH ARDENS PRODUCTS! We are now fully stocked with FACE POWDER verieu, Shades. FACE CREAMS including Velva Cream Masque SKIN TONIC & ASTRINGENT. LIPSTICK & ROUGE Call to-day at • KNIGHTS Phoenix Beauty Counter. HARRISONS BROAD SI. JOXIKV SEWING MACHINES (HAND MODEL) •exceptionally easy to operate. They run smoothly and make a perfect Imk-stitrh on all materials from the liiicsi silk to Ihe heaviest drill BUY A -JOX ESIT WILL GIVE roll A I.IKKTIME OF TROUBLEFREE SERVICE CASH PRICE-ONLY $69.15 mm: PI RCIIASI: TERMS ARRANGED I ELECTRIC MOTORS with which a hand operated model can easily be converted into an Electrically driven machine $46.56 each HARRISONS Hardware Depr Dial 2364 u< Wk$" tot evetu occasion on Sale at the leaaltta StoteS Gentlemen its real value! SKA ISLAND COTTON CELLULAR AND INTERLOCK ATHLETIC VESTS No Sleeves and Trunk Drawers. AKRTEX CKLLL'LAR VESTS Short Sleeves, ankle length pants and Trunk drawer WHITE SII.K SCARVES REGAL SHIRTS Trubenised Collars attached Nice designs also Pin Stripes *~ch $ 4.10 15.43 KHAKI SIIIKTS Good Quality and MM Siaes 14' 3 lo 17 s.l.i.s s:i |J s:i t,7 CONSULATE WOOL SHIRTS Collar attached. Ideal for cricket and '"" %  ' $.42 VAN HEUSEN SEMI STIFF COLLARS stvles 11 94; Size. 14i, to UH 61c. I 1M1TI1ALL HOSE -' Siri|-> at top in blue, gold, red. Per pair JI.47 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street



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PACE SIX TBE BARBADOS ADVOCATE FOR QUALITY & VALUE SPECIFY BURRELL'S SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1K| "1 NOW PAA offers CliPPFR CV-240 Service UOLIDA YI\G IX U. K. 9 Deliveries can be arranged in Ihe U.K. for one of these popular • VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy — VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. Full details will be gladly given on application to • • • ROBERT THOU LTD. (COURTESY GARAGE) Dial 461B FASHION SPORT WEAK FOR LADIES \l*o HOUSE COATS. BLOUSES, SKIRTS & DRESSES IIHOAOWAY muss SHOP. I i $ o i u i i i PkU C*or Oil iftouM contain no hermfcjl impurKta. To be quit* certain you %  hou-d UN CASTOR OIL betwten SAN JUAN ST. THOMAS ST. CROIX ST. JOHNS ST. LUCIA PORT OF SPAIN Tht Clipper CV-240 ii acknowledged to be ihe most advanced type a i-plant of its kind, lit extra tony picture window*, wide aitlet and its 40 roomy, recline-toyour-comfort seals, ossme possengers the utmost it. romtott and luxury m flight By providinq this mosl modern, last, depend obie ClippM on this 'ouie, PAA is contributing to the odonceaeM olthe rapidly growingKMrat oreo m the islands between Puerto Rico and Trinidad for full information ond reservations, consult yoer travel agent or r ftUnuiacturwd and guaranteed by Alic Hanbury* Ltd. London. %  J WORLD AIRWAYS PAA DA COSTA &C0..l.m Broad St Phone 2122—Oir.ce Phcuu:io3-Afta How. The book that has set the world talking ROMMEL A m ashbuckling general who insured many a si..i y ticticious some true, to be told about him while the lighting in World War II was still at it's height. Hollywood once tried to portray the i this German General on the screen but they missed badly. Here, at last, is the truth behind one ol the greatest cb ever to come out of the second World War What he thought of his men and his Italian allies I What he thought of his foes; the men of the Empire I How he was eventually murdered by Hitler'i Gestapo I Beginning jn the Sunday Advocate, Feb. 19th



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Try.. i for the 9&&S&" M %  M* %  "'I rater'* <***"> %  5*sr.jsrv ... iggru*.. >. n il* •*"" n "^ l %  HOUSES FiWn p^^JAWIlfv QUA. .„ no****. • a so •^Si*""" Unfunded Grmi.vnitApartment, nnf town and C :"ucSi. -Sufair" * • li a soan i '" %  %  — %  M '" %  '"a """. 1 dining; room and u i SB Apply to S "ft SSi^f Reed' I 103 W2n I -I??* ** .*** furnished with Rrftlfraior^and tUwn „ indramer. Worthliuj 13 1 -tf n DM DM %  !" J* !" M, y b *** rh February. March nn* Nowmbtr; December. | m %  %  "" lh ''"< %  "• 7. g |_, ,^ ?*J** *T'. Si. Phil.p NHL Mb %  TJI w^. "* ,W Servant Ttootnt %  •ming beach. From March 1*1. |if ..r month. Phone 4478. • l.M-t.f n JCRWHANA" FW.Ub.lle. L.ad Ft* Apply T Ibril Hll Hi (iirrinhm ni tWO bedroom*. Reception ft din kitchenette etc.. t EVerton. | •.. ". %  Mi **JSi b* the ** % %  %  %  ""' „Z,*S? *" %  • A If"! N MEMORIAM ", ,.( IIPIOVO. CM ^Tj. „i Mre** 1 b ad FTnitv |Cfi*t ^ tn cur memory ZL *a-T M-^I FBmiiy I a Urkt m*"W' ' IV r ^**' r Iv *" „*MAHTIIA WAJ KBR who rZii i" V.!r-...rv IMS. ItSti* oe to* n %  '!' %  Mianii" %  %  %  "" %  t %  ,l,r '" m %  l^.irl h*rt .wi.l '"<*' IC—IWI"'!' '• <*"•> "'"^ Bt-qlW you Iwi" •2>< f. fea n a SOIn .I'E IIOUS1 L:uitablr tor l)iv V ,'-"""* Contart immedlThani B D -l MM IPSTAIHS PMOCOMI kKl MaM No Swim Street. w .rnK-tou, „,. MIT, Mutable (or f.(Tlci. liahl firt',,MJd inaiw uiea. Apply: TlianL Bro. PTKM %  Ml 4 J I Pinur Mums JCL TMIS IS THE ROAD" I ,— ( ro Bern T I TAX CUTS "d WEtFARF STATf "A **ult Trick ? "£25 '""'y "wrned by obuiiiinj; nrder* (or ntlvate Chrlatmaa C vour frWnd. No previous esperlem* n.c-ewaiy. Wrttt today for beaulltul free S.mple BooK to Britain'* (urged and totcmoM PimiUhtTi: hlibe*t commiBaion. %  niiloin money rrtAklrui opportunity line*. WIIIMm* & Co.. Dept. 10 Victoria Work.. Prenton. EniUnd.'* Flt MtA inOMOT'VF ^EM 10 Porter. jlXa. S'_. ...r.l n--H P Apply. 11.2.SO—In tan Minx 1040 model Appl>'' E D. Dnv!*. %  Uon Ch. Ch. PATlvc -:..\'. r i KadUtor Cooled MKVA 1 phaae allernalo ^EoMMe* Heifer CU two t*k> %  MM O ut woy Cow fcivinK 2t pi* C W Mn Finn ) %  .,:, Wr Hr* 8. I Ward, BnnJi Hal iMvOaai 'i .. 10 2 SO In H^AA Wim bw of ewe iheep: On< MjfPMke. A;; %  > ii.aso-it %  NMCAt %  0R1* ''ARHini CYCLES Ale TT.J*1£M St. Dtal MM. %  *1*GK TW.LLEY JACKS' El Jjft <• 10 ion*—Couru-v Garmg* NOTICE U ESTATE OP ALMA SMITTEN < Deceased %  NOTICE 1* hereby jiivcn that >1| per%  on haviix any debt or i-lAima atainat the Eitnte of ALMA SatTTTEM deccaaed, me Jackmana Village, .:, ihK Qtiallfled executor of Ih B*UU> of ALMA SMITTEN, deceased. T I so-ao NOllCE '• IIMI 1UIIS drawn M ill .nisi. tiut UMO* ho-tld be ymmed (luring Ha niuiilh uf Pebnua-y. In i .th tluDug Lieeaiae A a. %  KEUANtOUS CAW-ArTS Tw.> )i %  -... %  *DI oe (tmilar T\ (H' 4f %( ITU! six II tons eoc' wm order. Equipped wiih I:<-I,:U%  <;..---. %  10 2 SO 3r KM CoT "aft r ird Truck %  MAS \ TAYLORS (JAM "i" %  .•* SHOES (>,., B *-" n M a..... ^ "•• -re VccH li. :• M IB ^LMnag rtbrtaar, oniv KtJW bred Whl'" %  %  i^toratt. Phone a •B** CK13BWS Ma?"" Quantit* Vary -uluble ^B**** Harold Proverbs ^P AKD CAR RATTER 11 K. **> Tyra Co T, T 2 SOt f I I OItT & DRJMUJ SHIRTNOTICE The road leading from W i> Spa PuaMMJon Is danfr<> Ulai Tralllc Any one la*M If SJO at tneir own rl*. By %  Commissioner. St. Joseph rm Moslems And R.CTa Will Fight A:aiii>l VlliHsm LONDON. Feb. 10. The Egvptian Minister at the \ %  Itean Muhammed Oman Bey, OS in Cairo agreements lb* VatMMD and tbd MuMrm world for joint defence ol ihoir radudoia %gMh munist materialism, the "Tum'.-;" Rome DOrn bj to-day. The Minister is due to return :o Hume next week and is expected to bring aritta Um suggestions for the formation of a common front in which Moslems and Holies would i ird their respiI liefs agai s 0 ; the —Itrutrr. Fuchs Has Nothing To Say • lr m ,,a er :> the Nari Organisation. In tf work I decided to inform Hu |. v 0 incer and estal member of the Commutu 1K )int blank lement said, that time," K lemeni continu lv ? nuestionm.. continuous contact Wttl % %  !" %  completely unknown U) k ,l J Kood deal ol %  was communic:ii. r his work En %  uthoiiUea, from then on then was a continuoul formatioi. enerny at (requenl Intf "This was on nil owi: h having been made to Um, lU i.tormation he gave to the product of Ins oXn i went on thu thins, He realised he was cai in his bands, bin %  Germany %  Of 1H46 in ti. at Lot %  <.\idon. *I tons OiguuLMiUL Britain in 1944 %  %  Establishment at Harwell. The Aral mender Lawnard I %  %  beck >'f ulu.-li %  that i •rill be tad %  cording to law." —Ureter IRBIVALS lli II I u >-n. Mr. i ram IHIMIHH Baavice Morre 1 I. \l*i Rscrwwdo Hhll. He Robatts. Floy Plxle^. l. H uolphtn. KeMnald Painter-Baenaa. Mr Ivabrw Jams IUT < Mrs O-mian Cwlebrook. Ml— vifred lfadle>. Ames Nelson. Vin llelene Ihibnvq. Me Vert-wi HI i vni. rtf n n i \ i • ni\n laery. MJWari> i<.Mr Eri, 'trd lb• pq .Vrn— u. M.i-t." '' i\ tot t II WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION ftd Wlreleaa iW 1 %  at IMhm-insi shlpa through their HutAfevosnaun. Iati.it. Hid. % • N. Swencaalas. t ... IVtuiant, Eaaa IMrfleet. lslr, 'IVi.ne* t*.>mdm. Souirii AllanUc. Gladys. eaibeaiin. .*aaturo Dalfonn. mailer. Vamannla. Teakwnod SWHlalyfccs. .... GOVERNMENT NOTICES Vacant Post of Assistant Mistress. Girls' High School, St. Vincent. Br\in Discusses German Situation LONDON, Feb. 10. The British Foreign Minister. Ernest Bavin, ti the German situation with Centra] Sir Brian Robattaon, British High Coituni-siuiiei' Roberts* >! Q London that Ihey review the position In Berlin, the ba nn i n g ol morta lYorn way to Eastern Gentiiiny. and -.lie recent slow Jtown .,: tranV Into Berlin. Bevin also saw to-day the Vane.'Uel.in An i..issad'ir, Maiuii'l Ai 1 cha, who has bean recalled t<> Venaxuala, at h^ own p Later, the Turkish Ambassador. Cavat Aukalm was calling or. Bavin 'in his return bn in Turkey. —Renter. Spy Ring Thieves Kob Govl. Oriirial KD.MK. Feb. 10. aUevi i to be in the pay of an Interna. i Government Oftlcial 11.111.. The ullieial, Waitl transport Mm.'' on the Turin Rome Express. A brief case coniainin; I rimxiniuin i from hi.: comparunant OrMnstor-aenaaagn %  worUng on la>lieved the thieves led tlu; train ,it .HI iniei mediate slop —Rruter. LVited for the post Of U Assi oaieutor said he MMI SetaoL 81 VH* : the poat, which is pensionable, is us fOuOW Graduate Scale .. $1,032, rising by annual increments tO $1,440 per H Scale .. $480, rising by annual In of $48 to $720 (or $960—dependent detak iiuniiti OB, .i Cost-of-Livinn lloiius on 1109.M per annum on %  inlaiv ol MM hie. %  ., u d Oaay ;:'< i nt will be probationary In the Qj ry be confirmed In the permi uible post •a any doubt that UM i. %  made to Bsnaii i just before his written statement mat i %  that on one occasion he the Soy %  tngtoa H in: i j how much o( luthor1 un%  lint'stiirution To Bo Suspended S '. I RIART, K,b. 10. j The public prosecutor announc| .. %  %  : .. II ol ii Man . N : lUOtl M Scandal I I .dieI ralvad ( eriai and frauds a without cou lie I itxiut 10,000 pa. %  '.ton ol —Keuter. 4 Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure i ltatlnn, dlsilaaaa. haadachsa a. i ip and back of t sad and sbovs v-i rtr.eaaol breath, faal rvsrvy. or sut fr from poor alaap. loaa of mam, r i UT:J snargy. lndlcsatt.ui, worry an. rear, your troubls la iirobabry caused by lllah Blood I'raaaurs. Tola is a % %  ystsrieua dtaaaaa that cauaaa nn>rs tsalha thaa cancer, bscauss thr aynptana are ao common and eeeafll .taksn for soma almpla allraaat l| rod auffar from any of thsaa aympi-w. your I'fa may be andangtred I > Heart Trcuble or a paralytic atroka and you should star! treatment al -neaThe vory flrat nose of Naact ifiirmerlv known aa HynotV a ne i-dlcalillsi-ovsry.reduem IHghBloiV. I'rssaura and mal K infer In a few data Gel Masrcc m your chemist today. It ! r-iarsiitaed to make jvu (>•! w; IJ.id strong oi^nonsy back •mpi* r' "see. >au,rm at SHIPPING NOTICES liKh School is under ihe control ,.t I %  %  itaaat to Bt Vlncanl to take up appointn n with details rrualiBoejttou and copies of not more tl i i hould IxGovarm enl Sacratary, QovarnaHal Ottea, Bt. \ :'8th February. 1950. DJ1 \NT sri'rirtlNTt.MlrNr OP IM BI.K UtRKS AND WATER F.NGINKKR. (.RKNADA in expari that what he veal wai o( ihe hlghcal value lo a lid that Dr. Alan Nunn May, the London Scientist. Who .'-' 1946 to tan %  nment for ditcloaing atomic %  tit Fucha accepted the £100 as symbolic paj i i was unawan ii tton to the %  trueuon ol b %  ._ formation i of ;'" Un4a, ;'\ to undertake Land .%  $2,880 $96—$3,360 per annum wi.ir tol ivii towanot >\nu par aruni minimum of the scale may I" "1 used my M date. 1 mra lit Aiiltgua. Monl. awin I itgo and Pnsnrniretlot %  Aruba Dote of saibng MONTREAU AllflTKALlA NEW ZEALAND LINK LIMITED (M.A.Ni) LINE) %  %  sail fr,v ,n n iiiad about February : \K1" flMH "~"h. Melbourne Jsnu.ii %  arriving i TTIntdad about lh M Theaa vesaels have ample >pai< % %  %  %  vited for the jn. %  : Superii F^ Sue aoi HHioiM. Naaaa •! ably B 8. Al£OA PaUAtW .a. -AUX1A 1VLAJUM. %  -a-llag a*. i> t l \\ Milts -I U\ '.• I sail* IrrreM ll.lilss Harhaa.es %  IM 111 n ALES REAL ESTATE COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern Uungalow. four bedrooms, two baj**. .idler, on the saa. own trivats bathing beach. 1', acres of Und V egstabli Harden. S milee from Bridgeto-n al Oardtn. SI. Jamee. Eri t„ i". St Peter Phone Sl-SO or al the premlaaa Garden. St. Jamas. 20 1 O an HLRNHAM BISHOPS COURT. St. Michael, standing on 2S.1TS square feel of land. The hou,e conlaln* drawing and un.mg room with cawerad and usual offices, two bedrooms i"i running water, one with dressing room .Irt and Bath upstairs Two %  JBBJ wilh toilet and bath. washroom and workshop and garage in the yard. Inspection on application to Mr. II. H. Bannister. Utal-34'2. The above i.l be set up to pubtK cmpetlllon al ihe office of the nd>-.day the 17th day of Februrary lftW at 2 p.m. _..„ CARRINGTON SEALV. LUCAS STRES Lfti"^* BOYS SHIRTS In BT** Haj Roysl Sto— rhnn I* aOYt PYJAMAS from *a *• "5* 3 2 VI J4o fSlJ'. *" N WOKS from rT~M. — !" S S SO-Ur 3 2 M—Un i Ml* Gap ii a n am_* 1 *dJ B LAJOJ il aaaltf '—M' ,h. 17 home spot* ;srylng from B.000 *q ft to 1S.0C0 -q Me. Ita built, and •** T „" rr >** ... each -oi fro 4w.tar main, and eleclrsc furiher iwrttcutam apply Mr ....nhlrssp. or Dtal UM II. can be -ranged. ,HM-r PRtMVtTDBi atear.1 ^"gS Realdanoaa Miuated -i M,.. Top Rock. BT atodern ?*!£?JS* ...hed or unfurniahed al "^ n *^ Piiris. For rfee/ln* apply to Ralph A^ He-rd. Hardwood M-er. ", tSe? rra JIS oaaw %  Ohrud Chu BOYCSt K3 M 1K--UI III\O.\ e% III \IH ,TATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS I1VEYORS Phone 4M. Plantations Building. WAITED HELP MALE or *XMA1* raweptlonlst wi i the aaa %  • e s s .i 1.ADV living IsUiul.. recoinniatid ( iioh lioi -i KM II K n j MAID n, 4i ', s %  1 ip lo School Certlrtcir Standard. Apply %  F'J".P *"*' Limited 11 ISO-n seems to %  %  political fanatii on the power." %  %  phaticallj thai his : tl .i chair al I End Rheumatism While You Sleep : %  Ml %  | %  ppotntJ Ifl all. 'A. Applications ihaul \ .ada not m toth Pabruan ^ NEW IIIKK saavn i %  era N* l.ik till..4— HI !t OKI I IS. .| K\ li I irrMei lUrkaOea %  I sMTBRI ,. i i: | 'ii %  it ne -HOI oi •• uM I M I JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE "CHA MPION" llll Il ' %  • %  nlo. U-IH IOHM. Crsls* wMk* . • our miensal sins no hsrssfal or a%  seSs In ) a(t to md I %  Mart* IHUa IM ., •Dtir KMneis. Ksdi IB tea hears. >el I, *e." righting or loving lie a.,I ploti• id to mksa lha best '.i come U ihe etreti Ihli one wll, on ihe edge of >u chair. %  • il \ M||. IN iBSIlng tola Al. For MARL, SAND, UARDKN Mill Hi and MMi Dial I II HARRISON LINE ,ii in \I:II i I:IIM mi i -inn hiM.iHiM Vfu.1. 1 I.HM Lea.r* sast BMAM rllllll.liV' 11 ICIAM" 1IOMI.HAKI, 1 OH 1 Mil II MM.IMIM Vruil. For ( li.sr. ID ll.rlMdo. PHOOSOPHB" HiX* THEATRE fl in I M LOST 1'^jUIINli R—' a rt oadrad 'or re>htn "f long cut IMeel Earring Lesl aetae> Ya. I Id* rana Prtom ,4i t a Miss McNeil. Oanwbank. Worthirg^ ^ focal Glasses tinted On .ate Advlg >nm-I niteiigtlieiis sad rslaiisnrsles the kksaeys. >xaie•* %  % %  C4ss I hmrt sees tt sea'*.'' Ur P l> BHiaarri f ysirs Saa versed fc HHI Isspusiaie II laev eere ff • *• %  •reeld Ml\U M iro'ia stsaNd." Owaeeeieee to Pal Yost Rtf>f > or Maaor %  1 aimoii fin lltilplali'N a PAN I I MSI P7eM (fought! FIIRNITURE can Hum rr %  KA> and Caned ; -nd Hadw T-bism Tea BppSHXIM AND Wirdsvbea ami Praaaaa Vault m. WaMteUnda %  CMHaeM %  nM AND GAI. VII.N0N NEWS FLASH! JUST (ll'IMIi STRIPED JERSEY In .ill the lovslrist shades such %  n St* M liiur : Sl.r.H a Yd. (Remsmbar you need very little lm Ihe Ure) ut THANIS Pt. Wm. Hry. ft, Dial 346f %  Rom bay Houae. Laeas 8t %  -nihsv etasre Beelrliaatad (.jndhi Ren U >w -l( si lor liirlhcr information jpply to DA COSTA A CO.. LTD -Af.aU. NOTICE Poi •'" Tel, . llh ih" ea K s MI'll'll IS In, Holler Shortage? WE CAN SUPPLY RMU BllTTER al 72? prr battle o Stuart & Sampson LTD. bMiutfiM I.I !w* mm m DKVUlll'IMi and PRINTING Send u >IX OF ni.'.t. a Will li' I rvn MILKS (iCRMI, 11 %  MKNT CMBAM Or WHEAT %  'L'KYS MALTED FOOD No 1 PALATOl JUHNrKiN .. SOAP C. CARLTON BROWNE | Wholanls RotaU \ Druggist 136 Roebuck St Dial 2813 t



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frkraarr II |5. BarbaJws •.V.I Allocate FIVE rors Yeur ..... REEKES SCORES DOUBLE CENTURY four Murdered In British Guiana police Shoot Man inned With Cutlass r 1 u (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) GEORGETOWN, B.(.„ I ,|, ,„ bn G. Barnes Sugar 'es B no.*-.. ^^^ %  jana it, %  jptiav were Honourable Etpsrr. Honour HlMt-Colonel V IpOClOfllK' All* l-.'l H It. Mk. ftwidrn, of III,' ^erVo*iC*T5 AN'oriation Seaforil. C.E.E.. [BJKtar of Booker Bros., krlat. Principal Attorney ^Baf Davson and ComKo, and W A Macnie. flBX. Manager of the IP A - fakiri KUH'RnKRS ami Ihr discovery of the dear! h mf.nl child in a Buxton East Coast l„ --ess on TBUvday HI called out net uplon mini Police II :i,li|ii.,,;,-, rj,:ini reporl came from Buxton Vills da male Easl Indian child .,i I : .. ast lures:,,„,. nunt I,,, UMT. I ueleguies then hon e by %  lamp -ail burnli %  %  QMr whlb ; lying with a yawning her forehead In bed. Two yoar-old Cecilii adopl.'d daughter u., alive and unhurt In Lh. with bl<. Mrs. IfeGngo. also badly mul I ri((hl tine k. Her luiMi.i; dealer, left the tamil; on Wednesday mornitk lar business and returned humi. %  the tragedy. Blood stains were fall %  ground : B.G. Muwum Cost 8211.839 IWRGErOWN. Feb 1. Iplms (or the new buildIt Royai Agricultural and Society whieh will nr OK ne\> B.C. i I i d are in _M M architects It is kr bu:Iomg will be eomliiyair at a revised i-ost Lumi: i Gsfernor %  -1 Va* Patron of the %  i u or>' on %  7 0.';%  %  |f. J. Rnatgevf-r was mi ekvti": |'r' Martin. %  .., %  • L-...um|; in accoin** Mun.nim will occupy J$v* (eat, The Govern" %  tear Ho per cent and th< tlper HMtlng. ICN.* Fuchs Has Nothing To Say •To Pris.,,, Pending Old Bail,} Trial M.D making Uu 80-mile joul Georgetown to i'iv<:ston a reM inm. I'. %  '. village on the E;i^l Bank of tha Lance-Corporal I! %  a shot Rim in hi ar ft %  11 hui and oil bin enter. When with botUi Two com-!. attack. Oorpi Hlntgen tlwn IbmVgun froai a vUU • On I'air B Creech Jones Denies A.P. I 1 i WON HFBBKBS liai.hu, •<<< oft <.a*kin\ Ix.ulint BJ Ke illr on o 11110 reateraaa Report Woman Torv Blasttold Billb*M.rd %  %  ; V SK riled %  h ud re%  dollar. I niiiiiiiji %  it (235,000 To hnprore Health In Leewards Islands A fro. %  %  %  %  %  %  I quipping a main %  %  Itriitrr LONDON KLALS FUCHS, the 1 ', ... ... v >oi rapi "in • >. *ho was accused o( disclosing Atom %  ^"•Ppegrince in &ourt to-day. "' hh trW hf a-ked If be lud aoylMng t aaj •eciwd „f mvmg inPjuet! mi R ht %  wJl* n unknown pt-i"' %  .. purpose raj ,L*> alleged to jJJJimila, ofl< nce bave — in the %  iJ /ehruary, 1945 |Z}l" rs| -Ppe-iiHi.F* rebruary 3. a fte. a ill IE. "^ h,, -" n '" %  I2L? 9 il H ,vi SJ-T, Ma tt'*lrate oilull he,.niiK "ar the case lo justify an *m %  %  building li cokwi -nil I nanrbf Opera KOUM and the gtMening, glus> rool Numlx-i I modern A pout i u-ok tbt about 100 %  i Court. Th* %  the p lose in i %  in i it tha Roj Lord Portal, former Chief ol* the Air Stail ; : ini Paae 5 Fink German nvoy T<> (.S. Since The War i %  of Hen was sent at to-day %  —kruler India Will \ol Lifl Petrol Ration %  luiied tor un%  %  %  %  Bulk Bining West Indians In Ltmdoi Hope This Doesn't Spell Sugar Death Warrant (From our Own CajtvajraajwhtaaV) n in ICE HORSBRUGH iply U G thai tha Conwrvativea would lei a Job. • Mr. J. M. CM !• ' i mo, niiia. "We ... i in i 1 , %  John Biscoe Goes Through Bbww %  %  ManBan bujiiig .i u£i %  with such %  %  %  %  i -hiiik all .! %  lse for* %  1 I %  of \hv Fait. %  %  h ln-riil Bergman To Wed In 10 Daxs %  %  iltfornia, ai %  i li %  friend of I)i —Renter \Iiin, MtnnitHii\\ err kyrooto j pitAa %  I I %  %  %  %  II %  %  %  %  I ..se. how %  'lipoacd to %  Ing lllidr%  I StM'iulisI Motion Accepted BONN A Bin > ock this mort %  The sit) %  socUli %  : % %  '".I % %  -.) %  .• %  twrttes abatan -xition i %  L.S. W ill Still Be In Berlin -ON JUNE %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  Askau %  11,1M tiikiit' Berlin Ira %  %  l % %  %  %  %  %  %  iUolf felt" Krniei "i iH f, I .S. Protests Te China Against Verbl Attaeks %  :.!.• % %  5[*^A4>. B^bad* cigrt.. croaodr. gfgSgf ft*r beim beat** %  • beinc otuaaaed by wkkel keeper MrWalt heforr opeaini; kU ing number of attacks on c;a*naged ' to M-. i bni %  .I'liriiQfnei %  %  Millie lo aoot. iltnsjglhui. Hi... MMMt %  ( in %  'reaa.i et both .-ii %  1SS minutes and at thai t fourHe added additional a3 minutes BI pttUMl his doubli %  H mlnuuii %  %  %  dlun %  UO in I inimi'.' • VIRIUN \\\ | KI dred was *54 mlnnothei 33 K) and thI miles %  %  %  i hut I'airaudeau .:raiid an %  Intern ugl) In the face of tN i .; %  .1... l ^ ',^'//.v//////.v/rV///,-.'/'//.•.•.^•//,•//.•.'/'/.v//-•.^• an ihe %  .wlma. %  beat %  %  udeau -Mt straight •-dtp and ilting in his utfht at %  ImpreeKlnn for 4 thai II run) •i I i Both the %  U cUenl laures I I whom '.iiiana must nave put most then ree, cne n Vleol -avle u:i1 hour I with eight very eonLosl £24.207 EDINBURGH .Lioiial itriiifi Vo (lumnwnl %  %  m asV *SSM %,' Wll FOR REAL SMOKING PLEAS! RE ITS PLAYERS CLIPPER EVER\TIME I'.niirr. ,%'.'-'-*.-,%•,-,-,',*,*.'-•,*-•*,',*,*,



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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATIRD w. n:nm .\ Rv Ccmib gatlwg H M) is EXCELLENCY the Oov-, Savage 1 b) Mr W. Lambert, ;e Secrtfjry, attended the inter* a] game between Barbados and British Guiana at Kensington yestei m * Red Letter Day TADAME BROMOVA has now r.pleted arrangements for a dancing display which will I*" -ludenU and pupils at the Empire Theatre on Thursday. March 23rd, and there will be both matinee and evening The proceeds of these performances are to be devoted to the establishment of a "Ballet Fund'. the control and management of a local committee Particulars about thi fund will be ;>ed shortly. Raison, and the Police Band .'ire to provide the Intermis. and Aili accompany the dai For Cricket Tournament M R. A XOKRI5 HUGHES. President of the Grenada Chamber of Commerce and President of the Grenada Cricket Association, is now in Barbados to witness the Intercolonial cricket tournament which n being played at Kensington. He arrived on Wednesday by B.W.X.A. and will be here for about two weeks at a guest at the Hotel Royal. Back To School M R. OSWALD BOYCE, a student of the Caribbean Training College at Maracas. Trinidad. returned to Trinidad on Tuesday by B.W.I A after spending a holiday with his relatives at Passage Road. Paid Short Vitit M R KENNETH Fin, an tmployw of B.W.I.A Tnruscnooi noy ai wricKci d d „,„„„, home b> B.W.I A Y UAY al Kiinit"' „ n Wednesday evening after the School Boys' Stand waa spending a short holiday in the ._ throughout. The procompletely filled and there must islanf). He was staying, at Super gramme will cover all types of have been well over two hundred Mare Guest House, stage dancing from character and ooys in it. A loud burst of applause classical to operatic ballet. cam f ror „ ihem, when then <-.•,_„, H.r. on Holiday Among* the special items is a ldu ,. BOO,-1C,' Williams, went out **"S"*J? ^S^ hiutavV' scene. %  'Glimpse of to lilk( h is turn at the creaQ N < nwtM no*oay n anna of the-"^ „, hf x 6s even took nis }-* •<<"* J Ba l f* ho V J r .. Naui >nd a renderplrtu „ an d walked away looking Stream, is Mr and Mrs. Oeorge in, of -Le. Sylphidesin the true P. ^ „ Jf^? '"£,. ^.f?s Ass. Sec ..dition. — Guiana, air nr . Ant s seen of r' March 23rd will t.e a red letter occasion. Hie Short Cut Is Here To Stay FROM dress styles to hair style*. Scoring over 18 rivals. 28-year-old Leonard %  Regent Street, won the Haircrcssing Spring Fashion Contest, held at the Royal Hotel. Woburn Place His model was auburn-haired Frances Power, aged 17. a hairdressing apprentice from Kensington. Her hair, only s'jin. long, was dressed in a slmrle. asymmetrical shingle He forec as ts an indefinite future for the short cut—"mainly because women find it easy i handle %  He likes it worn with earrings. thinks it is best suited to young women with oval features. Another believer in the short cut was Mr Charles Denmson. who won a concurrently run competition for hair styles tfl postiche. "I expect Jo see short hair ltd in vogue ten years from no* he said. —L.E.S Rupert and the Caravan—2o GB USD OPENING TO-NIGHT AT, mi ROYAL f M \ / Hf BENEOta BOGEAUS OTK* hi wrjii *r loose Rtiperr *nir. can ihrough :hc other ropes that *rt b ltd and soon his tnend %  '"' "And >• •*" "* *" JI '" th '* How drf vou comf bsst?" the ante bear, i hapc*cd ihi morning. k iwo i ight me and : % %  •• One n ihe nun wh brought you here, bui (he othe wit behind me and I dldrT: we h They blindfolded me and cart..-, me . %  bui never mind •nun gel sway." And next momr he put* ht powertul shoulfi ittaintt :he door. ^ JflNN PAYME SONffYTUFTS • ELU m Hunted by Killers W anted bv TV i NO FUTURE but a bullet in his Bktk Many Happy Returns M FANETTE GODDARD. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goddard of GeorKe Street. M Ant. Director of Education tn^BJO. an Mr. and M R E C. M THEOBALDS, A ifred p. c go. Mr. Rego is on the the new Assistant Director office Staff of Wm. Fogarty Ltd. of Education, arrived from Jamai xhev are also here for two ca yesterday by B W.I.A. and w'll months and are staying at Silver be staying at Indramer Guest g^ds. House, Worthing. *j> Mr. Theobalds, who was born Up And Down When I saw Madder, he waa part way up a ladder. He went up four rungs, down seven rungs and up ten. That put Madder a: the top of the ladder. Then he went down nine rungs, up three rungs and down 10. Th^t put .Madder at the bottom of the ladretary of Wm Fogarty Ltd., der. that is. with his feet on the Georgetown. Also on holidiy earth. SIM.AY MTK,Fek. 12l Stage I'ndeT Ihe distinguished Pairom-.^ CAPT. RAISON, A.R.C.M., & MrSjt.JJ,, COLLEGE (of the Caribbean Train.: Present — llliHUDS njCoUen, n n7. was ad Hospital Matron r rom B.C. M B A ln the Puultc Hospi'al. Georgetown British Guiana is now in th. island for about three weeks ^ f holiday. She arrived on Tuesday Lucille j; as aUoVcteda, Assistant DirecfL.^p 1 "^^^,^* worthing m#£, Mr. tor of Education on s erjl '" A GuiaW Miss Premda* ^^wfv 1948. tat went to St. lived in England for 23 years Vlncen" for e.ghtee^ month, having gone there at an early whe he was E?ucat,un Omcer age. After reccing her educaHe has visited Barbados severj times before. irthdav yesterday The catad at St. Marys College. St *#ISS DORIS PREMDAS. As%  A-as marked bv a buffet Lucia and at London UniverMU. jy^ glsUnl Matron attached at her home. where he obtained his B.A. in The party afterwards went to igi7. He has lived most of hi* the Band Concert at the Hastings hie in St. Lucia but has been u Among those present Jamaica for eleven years where %  Betty Goddard. Miss pe was Inspector of Schools. He has also acted as Assistant Direci r nf Pducation on se\Cl %  ;raudeau. Mr Nurse, Miss Greta Bushell. Mr Halph Armstrong and Mr. David Maingot. Enjoying Himtelf S I'OKF. to Cadet John Schoileld last night at the H waa surrounded by .>: ladies and ^ "•.roughly enjoying Mr wai or,. H M S /J-*ronn at the Band Con%  ^ n f* .iei-. r.r. "God bless you." Quite Quite A Change E ARLY veslertlay morning a wending and she narrowly missed bump.i moving car. SUrti^l tion. she ,toofc up "nursing at Whipps Cross Hospital and latei worked in various hospitals in England. During the war, she worked in military hospitals and was bombed out on many occasions. In 19*6 she was appointed to her present post by 'he Colonial Office and on her way to B r it i s h had a glimpse of I. -Don-t Knock me down Guiana^-he^ ^^^ ^ ^ "Ariguani" which made a brief ^top hern Mist Premdas is a sister of I)i Ivan Premdas. a former Guianese Scholar who Is now practicing in England. I "" i amna. 70 Milek from Georgetown To Get Acquainted With m*R god Mrs Pat Olfcwd and „ Rirthdav M R. & A Johiiwn IV1 their baby son Anthony m ,. "*f^ i"",,',. ( .„ Cur.necticut. arrlrad Horn BrttUh Oulaaa ra\f A: J; ** !" J !"!" • spend two weeks at eently or "J Mr Luu.Pitcher who celeisor Hotel. They arrived H M'li.m bratrs hi* birthday to-da> iy B.W I.A from JaF.Kart>'s Brick and Tile Factory I ave been at Cuomacka. seventy miles up So how many rungs had Madder's ladder* JH yatn uo i'i'ii % %  %  I -IMAM (m. M a Mil lunoA |ou op nt^ q a.MppaTO %  •ni*s MUSICAL HECIT.U (In a Two-hour Programme) NEGRO FOLK SP1RIT!MLS!S0.VGS' THE BIGCEST TREAT IN A COTTuW Pit 24c., Low House 30c., Up Hoyat tu Balcony 60c. Guide To Housewives I odiii s lrin> POTATOES (Sweet) YAMS (All Kind!) m (All Qualities) 6c 3c. per lb. CROSSWORD L 1 Uf U ~ MI l i ..njri 1 i c JL r MM> — Across 4 ana S Down. We :n*l* .: %  17. 4i I. Tbis. spparantly. is in tn* frmnui uUtlag. i&l Pul the brat* on. (4) % %  wll To Ali to t, n*btt with muiM I*I holiday and the Demerarj Hiver. The>are come to get acstaying with Mr. and Mrs, John Williams of Chelsea Road. .okam M -i Mi retired businessman On Holiday M R X %  D %  %  mm •"• Enroute To Grenada and Mrs. J II Ja# ;pend a holiday in '. rrivfd ft BWIA. from Jamaica and will be here fur a lew da>.-i wards wist. Trinidad and Haiti They anComings and Goings M RS. FLORENCE Daysh, re-| it turned from Jamaica yesterday by B.W.I.A. after attending the First Women's Conference In laa WI. which was held in Tha diher member from fefn A W Scott is dutu leave Jamaica to-day, but Will be going to Trinidad for I itoof. visit, before retuniing I dos. His Own Composition? A TERR1FK hnfare fr..m IhJ Biscuit Man". Trumpet grcetD -ilield Clarke, and Mr eri the many boundan< %  < ntuiy at K. %  U' aotlrai) hi* own .-imposition. Un II has anything that jMmcs may ban triad March \ixh abso'utely Tlat' Mr. Pat Wallbridge. Sales Manager of Singer Sewing Machine Co., left for Trinidad B W.I.A. Rev R. Palmor-Uarnes. f thg James St. Methodist Church al-i left by B.W.I A for TH ..-•CKI.IV Mr. Alon Hulse. businessman, oad from British Hondurmi Via Jamaica yesterday by B.W.I.A ,r,K a holiday in that I It Lit H SOU ptws. li( .fl sitetcb Irom th* we**-end. :T rtipf can, of course, bs reset. ,1 Kind of person who baa %  Mill. (71 rhu Ancient drees ooiD eg three halfpence, <4> %  e. Aii:na: breke • B/ftnn. IS) 21. Juat fancjr. blttemcM over a roan our. ill M. It is ebed. <*• H, Cau De a slip ol mafnory. i> Dow a I. it is sugfeated mat ni 1st' yr* ur a,D suawer <6, t Iveu corn baa one. 131 4. Oold co;n once conuB->"> Kurupe. IS) One la uua.ij tuMi:-* %  -a s-t 1 Acroaa. Bolt lor a beo. nt. rs*e the ruiuie: irom ta* ta:o' ,>'.n| couuet. (31 ia Indurated. iS) 11 Hu laklni way* are wall saowo u> rou ill ssseJi tM J a cerlain ezj seceaaarilu beino days, signed awg) his ha ar prwaraf, tlioat who supItatl f im-ii, Li"'" Rtftj ideals arc handicapped "* tbu "n" r.-asonablc marflin of derlay imposed by trhaf u-as . ""F !" ?J0?J.: rUed yratrrdau a sense /i.li dlsclosurican UMiry < tmditi %  iuriring trad* &*^V2SA2£SiSi %  %  Ity lieachcomber set up on Salisbury Plain. In iuuv> man called Tapluw wanted to start a syndicate to bring one uf Ilia Italian lakes to Leicestershire When told that ihe scheme was impracticable, he said pettishly: "But it's only water. i was also an American who had a Bavarian castla removed. %  tona iv atooa, to Cofcag. it had been stuck up he said M.nuihinii. and he sold it tftM Daughters of Ubart] Proilt and Schloss. commantad Westphalian immigrant. With considerable hauteur ut! to a Mai %  %  ra setk cards d, and he at or. i %  %  i %  course. r of whatever aiat has ta be ron>. (C. Suet. Esq ) llinv >l \n \lp T HE despatch of Sfl Norway '"i •• ski-jump on llampstead HaatB mountain fi* m Bwltxeii unexpected delights, among them a revival of the plan to hung a Clergyman's Thumb (aught In Egg-Cup A N attempt to fool the famous Albert Ball aoho with a piece of music containing a passage for an echo failed When the echo passage was playad It, so that It souiukM a^ ,t tha USilsaalis were echoing the snhg i ^— ^asiaBvgassBss-^^^aaLaa^^ a \gasssssss^aaraflnBaj Our — Pattern Service h now located fiy Buitehida at WHITFIELDS only TOOTALS LYSTAV and ^ TOOLINA luU optiud 1 at 6olh EVANS* VtllllFIELDS iMnui iiiivnu PRESENTS "IHE COLLEGE HERALDS" Caribbean Training College Male Octette — in a — MUSICAL RECITAL I O-X M. II I \ isied by OLIVE EDWARDS (lyric Soprano) Negro Spirituals. Folk Songs. Humourous Selections, and Classicals SOLOS by live different soloists Three Baritones, one tenor, and Bass DOST MISS THIS MUSICAL TREAT PRICES: Pit 24c. HI.UM3SC. Balcony 48c. Boxes 60c. For ROOFS AISD PARTITIONS We I HI. r ALl'MINK'M CORRUGATED SIIEITS Lengths 6 ft., to lit ft., width 2 ft. KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD Lengths: ft. to 10 ft: Width: 4 ft KARLIT HARDBOARD Lengths: i. ft., to 8 ft., uidth 4 ft. GALVANIZED B.R.C EXPANDED METAL Lengths: 8 ft., and J ft., width 2 ft., 24 gauge. a BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED DIAL MM KRIDAY 17th TALENT SHOW & C B. BROWNE s ORK GLOBE WED. 15th JITTEKBl'G CONTEST OPEN TO-NITE & EVERY NTTE TO-NIGHT 8.30 sharp KIDDIES CARNIVAL (9 Children on Stage in TALENT CONTEST) CHILD STARS (All) LISLE JORDAN (10 yrs.) singing "SLOW BOAT TO CHINA" 1 Hl-\ M MAH.S1IAL1. (14 j n ) singing "LA ROO, LA ROO" %  Ml LBV WARD (IS yrs ) singing "LOOKrNG OVER A 4 LEAF^. COLLEEN WALKER 110 yrs.) singing "GLORIA" DALTO.N BISHOP | Crooning "AGAIN" l>eI.ISI.EBREWSTER(llyrs.) crooning "TORA. LORA" HERMAN rOBM (13 yrs.) crooning "ROOM FULL OF ROSES" VSBI I'ALRYMPLE 113 yrs ) singing Cowboy "I WAS BORN IN KANSAS SfflBLSTASBBTi staging -MY HAPPINESS" Plus RHIMBA CONTEST between 1. VZONGA vs BELLE Sl'ZETTE CALYPSOES, VOICE QUARTETTES and MAGIC Prices : 2(1, 3, 18, 60 Tickets Sold at the Door Sunday 12th TOKYO JOE (Humphrey Bogart) Plus half hour sweet Music by A. Meanwells Orchestra Monday 11th AN EVENING WITH THE STABS MONTHLY ALL STAR TALENT SHOW with the Winners Ben Dash, Evans Boscombc, Byron Rollock. FiU Harewood, M 1 *, Lucille Craig. Elma Williams, Colleen Ashby. Cosford Hu* Phyllis Collymore. Keith Scaley, Egbert Taylor tkkl LV-Daj Sunday and Monday


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frkraarr II
|5.
BarbaJws
.V.I
Allocate
five rors
Yeur .....
REEKES SCORES DOUBLE CENTURY
four Murdered In
British Guiana
police Shoot Man inned
With Cutlass
r
1 u
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.(. I ,|, ,
bn
G. Barnes
Sugar
'es
B no.*-..
^^^jana it, '
jptiav were Honourable
Etpsrr. Honour
HlMt-Colonel V
IpOClOfllK' All* l-.'l H It.
Mk. ftwidrn, of III,'
^erVo*iC*T5 AN'oriation
Seaforil. C.E.E..
[BJKtar of Booker Bros.,
krlat. Principal Attorney
^Baf Davson and Com-
Ko, and W A Macnie.
flBX. Manager of the
IP A - fakiri
KUH'RnKRS ami Ihr discovery of the dear! h
mf.nl child in a Buxton East Coast l
--ess on TBUvday HI called out net
uplon mini Police II :i,li|ii.,,;,-,
rj,:ini reporl came from Buxton Vills
da male Easl Indian child .,i I :..
ast lures:,,,.
-
nunt I,,,
Umt.
I
-
ueleguies
then hon e by

lamp -ail burnli

QMr whlb ;
lying with a yawning
her forehead In bed.
Two yoar-old Cecilii
adopl.'d daughter u.,
alive and unhurt In Lh.
with bl<.
Mrs. IfeGngo.
also badly mul I
ri((hl tine k.
Her luiMi.i;
dealer, left the tamil;
on Wednesday mornitk
lar business and returned humi.

the tragedy.
Blood stains were fall
'
ground :
B.G. Muwum
Cost 8211.839
IWRGErOWN. Feb 1.
Iplms (or the new build-
It Royai Agricultural and
__Society whieh will
nr Ok ne\> B.C.
i I i d are in
_M M architects It is
kr bu:Iomg will be eom-
liiyair at a revised i-ost
Lumi: i .
Gsfernor -1
. Va* Patron of the
i u
or>' on
7 0.';- .

|f. J. Rnatgevf-r was mi
ekvti": |'r-
' Martin-
. ..,
L-...um|; in accoin-
** Mun.nim will occupy
J$v* (eat, The Govern-
"tear Ho per cent and th<
tlper h-
Mtlng. ICN.*

Fuchs Has
Nothing To Say
To Pris.,,, Pending Old Bail,} Trial
M.D
making Uu 80-mile joul
Georgetown to i'iv<:ston a re-
M inm. I'. '.
village on the E;i^l Bank of tha
Lance-Corporal I!

a shot Rim in hi
ar ft
11
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enter.
When *
with botUi
Two com-!.
attack.
Oorpi Hlntgen tlwn
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Creech Jones
Denies A.P.
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oft <.a*kin\ Ix.ulint bJ Ke
illr on o 11110
reateraaa
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KLALS FUCHS, the
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^"Ppegrince in &ourt to-day.
. "' hh trW hf" a-ked If be lud aoylMng t aaj
eciwd f mvmg in-
Pjuet! miRht ,
wJl*n unknown pt-i-
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bave
in the
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building li .
cokwi -nil I
nanrbf Opera KOUM and the gtM-
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modern .
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the p lose in i in i
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thai tha Conwrvativea would lei
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Monday
Barbados Hit 686:
B.G. 62 For 2
VERTON WEEKES. world rorord holder and
one of the beat batsmen *1 at Barbados has
been able to contribute to the International cricket
. mulefeaic i 886 it Kensinptnn yes-
terday, the highest score of his career, and this
constituted the top score in the Barbados first in
nings of 686 for 6 wickets declared as the first
British G-uiana Barbados Test entered upon its
second day of play. ,;,bb wen iday and
British Guiana ket have lost '. i .he odds
nd To this tot.il

ted S3 not
ihe favour of the hats-
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PAGE TWO
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
satird w. n:nm .\Rv
Ccmib gatlwg
H
M)
is
EXCELLENCY the Oov-,
Savage1
b) Mr W. Lambert,
;e Secrtfjry, attended the
inter* a] game be-
tween Barbados and British
Guiana at Kensington yestei
m *
Red Letter Day
TADAME BROMOVA has now
r.pleted arrangements for
a dancing display which will I*"
-ludenU and
pupils at the Empire Theatre on
Thursday. March 23rd, and there
will be both matinee and evening
The proceeds of these perform-
ances are to be devoted to the
establishment of a "Ballet Fund'.
the control and manage-
ment of a local committee Par-
ticulars about thi fund will be
;>ed shortly.
Raison, and the Police
Band .'ire to provide the Intermis-
. and Aili accompany
the dai
For Cricket Tournament
MR. A XOKRI5 HUGHES.
President of the Grenada
Chamber of Commerce and Presi-
dent of the Grenada Cricket As-
sociation, is now in Barbados to
witness the Intercolonial cricket
tournament which n being played
at Kensington. He arrived on
Wednesday by B.W.X.A. and
will be here for about two weeks
at a guest at the Hotel Royal.
Back To School
MR. OSWALD BOYCE, a stu-
dent of the Caribbean Train-
ing College at Maracas. Trinidad.
returned to Trinidad on Tuesday
by B.W.I A after spending a
holiday with his relatives at Pas-
sage Road.
Paid Short Vitit
MR KENNETH Fin, an tm-
ployw of B.W.I.A Tnru-
scnooi noy ai wricKci d,d ,, home b> B.W.I A
YUAY al Kiinit"' n Wednesday evening after
the School Boys' Stand waa spending a short holiday in the
._ throughout. The pro- completely filled and there must islanf). He was staying, at Super
gramme will cover all types of have been well over two hundred Mare Guest House,
stage dancing from character and ooys in it. A loud burst of applause
classical to operatic ballet. cam, fror ihem, when then <-.,_, H.r. on Holiday
Among* the special items is a ldu,. boo,-1c,' Williams, went out **"S"*J? ^S^ hiutavV'
scene. 'Glimpse of to lilk(, his turn at the crea- QN < nwtM no*oay n
anna of the-"^ , ,hf x,6s even took nis }-* <<"* JBalf*hoV Jr..
Naui >nd a render- plrtu and walked away looking Stream, is Mr and Mrs. Oeorge
in, of -Le. Sylphides- in the true P. ^ Jf^? '",. ^.f?s Ass. Sec
..dition. Guiana, air nr . Ant s
seen of r' March 23rd will
t.e a red letter occasion.
Hie Short Cut Is
Here To Stay
FROM dress styles to hair
style*. Scoring over 18 rivals.
28-year-old Leonard
Regent Street, won the Haircrcss-
ing Spring Fashion Contest, held
at the Royal Hotel. Woburn Place
His model was auburn-haired
Frances Power, aged 17. a hair-
dressing apprentice from Ken-
sington. Her hair, only s'jin.
long, was dressed in a slmrle.
asymmetrical shingle
He forecasts an indefinite
future for the short cut"main-
ly because women find it easy
i handle
He likes it worn with earrings.
thinks it is best suited to young
women with oval features.
Another believer in the short
cut was Mr Charles Denmson.
who won a concurrently run
competition for hair styles tfl
postiche.
"I expect Jo see short hair ltd
in vogue ten years from no*
he said. L.E.S
' Rupert and the Caravan2o
GB USD OPENING TO-NIGHT at,
mi ROYAL f M \ / Hf
BENEOta BOGEAUS
Otk* hi wrjii *r loose Rtiperr
*nir. can ihrough :hc
other ropes that *rt b ltd
and soon his tnend '"'
"And > *" "* *"JI '" th'*
How drf vou comf
bsst?" the ante bear, i
hapc*cd ihi morning.
k iwo i
.
ight me and :
One n ihe nun wh
brought you here, bui (he othe
wit behind me and I dldrT: we h -
They blindfolded me and cart..-,
me . bui never mind
nun gel sway." And next momr
he put* ht powertul shoulfi
ittaintt :he door.
^ JflNN PAYME SONffYTUFTS
ELU m
Hunted by Killers.....Wanted bv TV i
NO FUTURE but a bullet in his Bktk *
Many Happy Returns
MFANETTE GODDARD.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Goddard of GeorKe Street.
M
Ant. Director of Education tn^BJO. an Mr. and M
R E C. M THEOBALDS, Aifred p.cgo. Mr. Rego is on the
the new Assistant Director office Staff of Wm. Fogarty Ltd.
of Education, arrived from Jamai xhev are also here for two
ca yesterday by B W.I.A. and w'll months and are staying at Silver
be staying at Indramer Guest g^ds.
House, Worthing. *j>
Mr. Theobalds, who was born
Up And Down
When I saw Madder, he waa
part way up a ladder. He went
up four rungs, down seven rungs
and up ten. That put Madder a:
the top of the ladder. Then he
went down nine rungs, up three
rungs and down 10. Th^t put
.Madder at the bottom of the lad-
retary of Wm Fogarty Ltd., der. that is. with his feet on the
Georgetown. Also on holidiy earth.
SIM.AY MTK,Fek.12l.
Stage
I'ndeT Ihe distinguished Pairom-.^
CAPT. RAISON, A.R.C.M., & MrSjt.JJ,,
COLLEGE
(of the Caribbean Train.:
Present
llliHUDS
njCoUen,
n n7. was ad Hospital Matron r rom B.C.
M
B-A* ln the Puultc Hospi'al. Georgetown
British Guiana is now in th.
island for about three weeks
^f holiday. She arrived on Tuesday
Lucille j;as aUoVcteda, Assistant Direc- fL.^p1"^^^,^* worthing
m#, Mr. tor of Education on serjl '"A GuiaW Miss Premda*
^^wfv 1948. tat went to St. lived in England for 23 years
Vlncen" for e.ghtee^ month, having gone there at an early
whe he was E?ucat,un Omcer age. After reccing her educa-
He has visited Barbados severj
times before.
irthdav yesterday The catad at St. Marys College. St *#ISS DORIS PREMDAS. As-
A-as marked bv a buffet Lucia and at London UniverMU. jy^ glsUnl Matron attached
at her home. where he obtained his B.A. in
The party afterwards went to igi7. He has lived most of hi*
the Band Concert at the Hastings hie in St. Lucia but has been u
Among those present Jamaica for eleven years where
' Betty Goddard. Miss pe was Inspector of Schools. He
has also acted as Assistant Direc- i
r nf Pducation on se\Cl
;raudeau. Mr
Nurse, Miss Greta Bushell. Mr
Halph Armstrong
and Mr. David Maingot.
Enjoying Himtelf
SI'OKF. to Cadet John Schoileld
last night at the H
' waa surrounded by
.>: ladies and ^
".roughly enjoying .
Mr wai or,.
' H M S /J-*ron-
n at the Band Con-
^ n f* .iei-. r.r. "God bless you." Quite
Quite A Change
EARLY veslertlay morning a
. wending
and she narrowly missed bump-
.i moving car. SUrti^l
tion. she ,toofc up "nursing at
Whipps Cross Hospital and latei
worked in various hospitals in
England.
During the war, she worked in
military hospitals and was bombed
out on many occasions. In 19*6
she was appointed to her present
post by 'he Colonial Office and
on her way to B r it i s h
had a glimpse of
I. -Don-t Knock me down Guiana^-he^ ^^^ ^ ^
"Ariguani" which made a brief
^top hern
Mist Premdas is a sister of I)i
Ivan Premdas. a former Guianese
Scholar who Is now practicing in
England.
- I
. "" i amna. 70 Milek from Georgetown
To Get Acquainted With m*R god Mrs Pat Olfcwd and Rirthdav
MR. & A Johiiwn IV1 their baby son Anthony m ,. "*f^ i"",,',. ( .
Cur.necticut. arrlrad Horn BrttUh Oulaaa ra- \fA:J; **J'
spend two weeks at eently or "J Mr Luu.Pitcher who cele-
isor Hotel. They arrived H M'li.m bratrs hi* birthday to-da>
iy B.W I.A from Ja- F.Kart>'s Brick and Tile Factory
I ave been at Cuomacka. seventy miles up
So how many rungs had Mad-
der's ladder*
JH yatn uo
i'i'ii I
-IMAM (m. M
a Mil lunoA |ou op nt^
q a.MppaTO ni*s
MUSICAL HECIT.U
(In a Two-hour Programme)
NEGRO folk
SP1RIT!MLS!S0.VGS'
THE BIGCEST TREAT IN A COTTuW
Pit 24c., Low House 30c., Up Hoyat tu
Balcony 60c.
Guide To
Housewives
I odiii s lrin>
POTATOES
(Sweet)
YAMS
(All Kind!)
m
(All Qualities) 6c
3c. per lb.
CROSSWORD
L1 Uf U ~
mi
l i
..njri
1
i
c
JLr MM>
Across
4 ana S Down. We
:n*l* .: 17. 4i
I. Tbis. spparantly. is in tn* frmnui
* uUtlag. i&l
Pul the brat* on. (4)
wll
To Ali to t, n*btt with muiM
i*i
holiday and the Demerarj Hiver. The>- are
come to get ac- staying with Mr. and Mrs, John
Williams of Chelsea Road.
.okam M -i
Mi
retired businessman
On Holiday
MR X "

D
.

mm "
Enroute To Grenada
and Mrs. J II Ja#
;pend a holiday in '.
rrivfd ft
BWIA. from Jamaica and will
be here fur a lew da>-
.-i wards wist.
Trinidad and Haiti They an-
Comings and Goings
MRS. FLORENCE Daysh, re-| it
turned from Jamaica yester-
day by B.W.I.A. after attending
the First Women's Conference In
laa WI. which was held in
Tha diher member from
fefn A W Scott is du-
tu leave Jamaica to-day, but Will
be going to Trinidad for I itoof.
visit, before retuniing I
dos.
His Own Composition?
ATERR1FK hnfare fr..m IhJ
Biscuit Man". Trumpet grcet-
D -ilield Clarke, and Mr eri the many boundan<

. < ntuiy at K.

U' aotlrai) hi* own .-imposition.
Un II has anything that
jMmcs may ban triad
March \ixh abso'utely Tlat'
Mr. Pat Wallbridge. Sales Man-
ager of Singer Sewing Machine
Co., left for Trinidad
B W.I.A.
Rev R. Palmor-Uarnes. f thg
James St. Methodist Church al-i
left by B.W.I A for TH
..-ckI.iv
Mr. Alon Hulse. businessman,
oad from British Hondurmi
Via Jamaica yesterday by B.W.I.A
,r,K a holiday in that
I
It Lit H SOU
ptws. li(
.fl sitetcb Irom th* we**-end.
:t rtipf can, of course, bs reset.
,1 Kind of person who baa
Mill. (71
rhu Ancient drees ooiD eg
three halfpence, <4>
.e. Aii:na: breke B/ftnn. IS)
21. Juat fancjr. blttemcM over a roan
our. ill M. It is ebed. <*
H, Cau De a slip ol mafnory. i>
Dow a
I. it is sugfeated mat ni
1st' yr* ur a,D suawer <6,
t Iveu corn baa one. 131
4. Oold co;n once conuB->- ">
Kurupe. IS)
!One la uua.ij tuMi:-* - -a
s-t 1 Acroaa.
Bolt lor a beo. n-
t. rs*e the ruiuie: irom ta* ta:o-
' ,>'.n| couuet. (31
ia Indurated. iS)
11 Hu laklni way* are wall saowo
u> rou ill ia. r-ouid be rotten w.inout tea $*
IS A nigh poaluOQ held 01 :am
in. Atler tan it's ill to occup, n1
II, iio Cain onoe loosed in Soutn
America ll
ti, rhu decln^ai dtj it.
(3)
1 D*hlad V Bt- a K .*
-
?ft *: 1 t.fJia *
a*a3^f"U: 10 Uila. If
v^t ift Hia* 31 oaa
in THE WAV
ThL aata

jartggish academy in n<
and a few old-fashioned parent).,
] n sombre
(light
Suet (iives A Hint
Th. (".jifiun i> ssseJi tM
J a cerlain ez-
j seceaaarilu beino
days, signed awg) his ha ar prwaraf, tlioat who sup-
Itatl f im-ii, Li"'" Rtftj ideals arc handicapped
"* tbu "n" r.-asonablc marflin of de-
rlay imposed by trhaf u-as .
. ""F ?J0?J.: rUed yratrrdau - a sense
/i.li dlsclosuri- can
UMiry < tmditi

iuriring trad*
&*^V2SA2SiSi




Ity lieachcomber
set up on Salisbury Plain. In
iuuv> man called Tapluw wanted
to start a syndicate to bring one
uf Ilia Italian lakes to Leicester-
shire When told that ihe scheme
was impracticable, he said pet-
tishly: "But it's only water.
i was also an American who
had a Bavarian castla removed.
tona iv atooa, to Cofcag.
it had been stuck up he said
M.nuihinii. and he sold it
tftM Daughters of Ub-
art] Proilt and Schloss. com-
mantad Westphalian immigrant.
With considerable hauteur
ut! to a Mai

ra set-
k cards
d, and he at or. i
___________________
i course.
r of whatever aiat has
ta be ron>.
(C. Suet. Esq )
llinv >l \n \lp
THE despatch of Sfl
Norway '"i ski-jump on
llampstead HaatB
mountain fi* m Bwltxeii
unexpected delights, among them
a revival of the plan to hung a
Clergyman's Thumb (aught
In Egg-Cup
AN attempt to fool the famous
Albert Ball aoho with a piece
of music containing a passage
for an echo failed When the
echo passage was playad
It, so that It souiukM a^
,t tha USilsaalis were echoing the
snhg

i ^ ^asiaBvgassBss-^^^aaLaa^^ a \gasssssss^aaraflnBaj
Our
Pattern Service
h now located
fiy Buitehida
at
WHITFIELDS only
TOOTALS
LYSTAV
and ^
TOOLINA
luU optiud1 at 6olh
EVANS* VtllllFIELDS
iMnui iiiivnu
. PRESENTS
"IHE COLLEGE HERALDS"
Caribbean Training College Male Octette
in a
MUSICAL RECITAL
I O-X M. II I
\ isied by olive EDWARDS (lyric Soprano)
Negro Spirituals. Folk Songs. Humourous Selections,
and Classicals
SOLOS by live different soloists
Three Baritones, one tenor, and Bass
DOST MISS THIS MUSICAL TREAT
PRICES: Pit 24c. Hi.um- 3Sc. Balcony 48c. Boxes 60c.
For ROOFS
AISD
PARTITIONS
We I hi. r
ALl'MINK'M CORRUGATED SIIEITS
Lengths 6 ft., to lit ft., width 2 ft.
KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD
Lengths: ft. to 10 ft: Width: 4 ft
KARLIT HARDBOARD
Lengths: i. ft., to 8 ft., uidth 4 ft.
GALVANIZED B.R.C EXPANDED METAL
Lengths: 8 ft., and J ft., width 2 ft., 24 gauge.
a
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED
DIAL MM
KRIDAY 17th
TALENT SHOW
&
C B. BROWNE s ORK
GLOBE
WED. 15th
JITTEKBl'G
CONTEST
OPEN TO-NITE & EVERY NTTE
TO-NIGHT 8.30 sharp KIDDIES CARNIVAL
(9 Children on Stage in TALENT CONTEST)
CHILD STARS (All)
LISLE JORDAN (10 yrs.) singing "SLOW BOAT TO CHINA"
1 Hl-\ M MAH.S1IAL1. (14 j n ) singing "LA ROO, LA ROO"
Ml LBV WARD (IS yrs ) singing "LOOKrNG OVER A 4 LEAF^.
COLLEEN WALKER 110 yrs.) singing "GLORIA"
DALTO.N BISHOP | Crooning "AGAIN"
l>eI.ISI.EBREWSTER(llyrs.) crooning "TORA. LORA"
HERMAN rOBM (13 yrs.) crooning "ROOM FULL OF ROSES"
VSBI I'ALRYMPLE 113 yrs ) singing Cowboy "I WAS BORN IN KANSAS
SfflBLSTASBBTi staging -MY HAPPINESS"
Plus RHIMBA CONTEST between
1. VZONGA vs BELLE Sl'ZETTE
CALYPSOES, VOICE QUARTETTES and MAGIC
Prices : 2(1, 3, 18, 60 Tickets Sold at the Door
Sunday 12th TOKYO JOE (Humphrey Bogart)
Plus half hour sweet Music by A. Meanwells Orchestra
Monday 11th AN EVENING WITH THE STABS
' MONTHLY ALL STAR TALENT SHOW
with the Winners
Ben Dash, Evans Boscombc, Byron Rollock. FiU Harewood, M*1*,
Lucille Craig. Elma Williams, Colleen Ashby. Cosford Hu*-
Phyllis Collymore. Keith Scaley, Egbert Taylor
tkkl LV-Daj Sunday and Monday


T"
l Plans
Ca|,UoiIH
THE BABB.VDOS ,\DVOCATE
J*t**'.
.01 .
113.000
Lo, .nd PUn-
t,.
ILL, .1 be pre-
MroximAli
' 5 made by
I at ibis to"
r use in thr
I fj neannK
ihortl) be
action and
Umd or the
MSrt "nl on
*3ilrt where ..
___ rHmo sever.-
Efeee Town
0 poinicd out inai
^ co ;Qe sea wail
Jiorevir^ the design
E3VaT* quickly and
rZjuications can be
^ 1st incorporation in
*Z new housing
, prepared by the
rifcajned 'or pre-
Tm ii for construe-
-Tnumber Of simple
t *rk-shop made.
1 tw manufactured
* quantities. By
i b* making lull
; machinery.
Chf'ibk to mass-pro-
La it about $3,000
|w)nnd the cost of
, would be m the
j of public inspec-
' I will be occu-
i of Ol
j" out if any mi- |
be made. At the
i Ac Hit th
. perma-
g Its-cost house will
liuern. three bed-
_l toilet, kitchen-
fj, all on one floor
jm and store on
Esida revered space
KM fee:
"saw Coflello added
Mnntage of pri-
ll the parts ol the
rj for larger type
[|p people requu -
|al >-ir..>l! flltS.
. ressful".

I flrst in the Held
prefabricated
__Imed for tropi-
[aod the Colony will
_create
|e> supplying local
port market as
PACE THREE
"You wer
mg Mrs Smith that you didn't so* why ih butchors shouldn't pay
Stradwy'i incioased surcharge of 7d. in the
London Exprc Mr..*
5AiftA Of
Kuwait Dies
Workers
Governor
Ut Jobs
lean
56^
Aim
.
limgliti
T.ONDON. ih.
. o statir of
i iieiii uf the world baa
t:ed Th.t
head of the Persian Gulf, quite
In an obituary, the T
morning
"H H. Sheikh Sir Ahmad al
Jabir-al-Subaii. K C S.I., K.C -
1 K. who.se death was recently
reported, ruled Kuwait foi 30
H velopmcnl
from the Condition of a traditional
of .i highly daralopad i

oil. An oil conOBMton was grant-
ed 15 jraan ago. hut not nfuch.
4 it Pro-
duction began in 1Mb'.
al the rate of 13m. to.
end employs 18,000 of a popul"-
ay. i50.ooo.
rig internal chi
ratultedi and the guiding figure
throughout this pi
i n Shaikh Ahmad"
as he was known to the. poorest
coolie. He was astute among a
race Of the astute. Hi
was of the highest He was wise.
kind and faithful to L
A letter written (Km Kuwait
No one could i.
enathtng very dnc about
him 'iid he has it In abundance, "
ane
Maj>
---.
10X:_
im ix
whet
Jagai,
that
1 found
a" to have
pfcer,..
RUti.
.
ePME HOPK
l">\'- "-.mem from
I |
,."
~"i i;.
aar to drive
'
Girl Friend
Inherited
OBQRQffTOV
Mr Thomas L W...

town who dic
value of $13,724.98.
After deductions were made.
to had a IWtl value ol
$11,812. 27cts. upon which Gov-
ernment collected $354. duty
Specific legatees to the estate
tM Warner (widow)
S25.00: Bl .ii) S5.0O;
Winifred Warner (daughter)
I Ulo the residue of thi
ud".
Commissioner
Told How I in by
Was Drowned
GEORGETOWN. |
irtf an mis .:
rn Berbice. Flood
Relief r ,t1(| Corn-
Mr. M. B Lain^. CJ1G 03JI
rt. r-old bob] fall
-nd was drOW)
flood waaan navo KUa
cattle, inai'iMineil thOW In their
a covered a U m
road. The villagers
10 the Coinmissioner to
provide then with boats to go
around.
pi i la! train pulled in at
Belladrum Station a deputation
boarded and related how baby
Samuels was drowned. A mother
of 19 children pleaded for boats,
and told how the village doctor
ring difficulty in getting
around. The few boats
were charging 12 centl I drop.
The Commissioner s tram .tfter-
wards proceeded to Fort Welling-
ton central viUagl > W< ;
Berbice n ield con-
ith the various local
'.her officials and
made urangements for soup
kitchens in the area.
'he Com-
I'.tended .. public ineet-

the sympathy of the 11
whom he assured them, was
taking a personal interest in the
Hon. Rev. A T, Peters, repre-
ttva Coun-
icsent at
the meeting and in a short speech
i ancour-
veral vil-
lagan outUnad their
and made BUggeat
In addition to emphasising the
need for more boats, they said
rice factories were unaK
il and asked that the

U :n exchange for rice.
Mexican Sugur
For Japan
VERA CRUZ (By Mail).
A local sugar exporter. Sr.
Remigion Delurln. has announced
that Mexico will export about
25,000 metric tons of sugar to
Japan< H- Hid that shipments tO
. account for about half
portable surplus for the
1U4950 crop. The balance will
be sent to Europe.(B.UP )
3 Comitrit-s Discuss]
Russia's Aloniif
Explosion
HAHWl
nigh on the a
Wlttah, Caiiauian aim
American
behind bartMd
Atomic Research Station ..t liar-
well to-
So imp.. ,,,, lla.
discussions that
blotting paj
tists will be burned dai
War Department poll
guarding the Conference building
Mil decide haa
many if anyatom a
be released for general publica-
tion They m not exported to
discuss the case of l)i Klaus

officers, who
appear on remand in
Court ton
under the
The talks which are due to last
for four
th policy
on the daclaailhV
energy dOBUB
Uniform declassiiication guides
to determine what information
may be published and
dilation an In use by
the three countries.
Any recommendations winch
the experts make will b

lovcrnmenti be-
fore any final re\
Russia's development < atom bomb will be tal
coount at the dlaeussi
John Cockroft. Director of the
Atomic Research Establishment.
Heads the British delegation, con-
sisting of Profenoi H. J .
of Cambridge University, Profes-
sor D Hanson and Profe
!N iei i. of Birmingha:
sity. and Mr.
Deputy Controller of Atomic En-
ergy, Ministry of Supply.
Keuter
tmriareu'naii
Htdtirtcffit.
For
Comfort
Specially designed for Barbados, this
i*n broque is now on show in
r^'-'S stores. See them for yourself.
tiade by
JOHN white
means made just right
STRANGE OATH
AKRON:Girl students at twe
Akron high schools hav*
oath to promote more
feminine fashions. It*
pledged not to wear sti ,
ning gowns, tight
brief shorts and bathm.
. K/itH 1fu "Put ,
WORNOUT
UJl Ii IW c_ o.
.MTlrMlU*.CIlMKM
i. ju kidn.,, ,it
gdriwUr. Itoallli),
, Colonies Need
R < 'search
Scientists
From Out Umo
LONDON, (B
a as announced
this weak I
viliiams. Colonial Undei
l will take
......lanuary 1st. he said.
and aims at providink
- i mi v'tcc. ami
standards comparable with th*,>
for reaearch workers m the tJnltad
Kingdom Also the research
lha oppoi-
l .. conttnooui
pension ai nds all his
career in the colonies or only part
of it.
Mr B
the Colonial Office in collabora-
tion with scientists at home am.
nd after consultation
with the colonial governments to
Ink together the research work-
ers who are it present scattered
throughout the Colonial Empirv
will normally carry out
their work in the Colonial Empin
but may from time to time he
required to serve in the Unileo
Kingdom or elsewhere. The Under
also pointed out tlu.i
i bo a certain amount
Ol intcrchangcability m the
scheme between the colonies, to
prevent en officer being "buried'
in one colony for life. He said
that some 380 projects a i
IriJBWi and the mm mi
h regional organisations
rather than small research Insti-
tutes in every colony.
He suggested that the scheme
would fulfil the needs of "lifers"
(people who Intend to do their
k ;n mules,) the
researcli worker afho
might want to Widen his expen-
,;oing abroad for few
J Ml |,
In conclusion Mr Itecs-Wil-
. | thai although io lait-
I the lield Of colonial
research had improved in the
great need, particular.
...'... ,
perta.
Don't Take
Water
To Antigua
ar ou' iiwi t'nmBM, w
i port is
^cvonmig ao iHsportant junction
jry to promote
which will
mtransrt passengers to be so fav-
ourably impressed that thev will
not hesitate to \ Kit the island
again.
Exaggerated accounts of the )94g
drought made people feel that ;nis
was a place to get
as quickly as possible. More than
excess
baggage on a bo:;
then discovered there
I lenly of drinking wet

llted an advanced
here for
any length of I
Fortunately, no water shortage
is likely during 1950 due to the
continuous heavy showers still
prevailing all over the island and
etUaattve hoathi
near the sea and In
Hence "the get in gel mil at-.i-
tude should no longer | |
It | diillcult to break dOVB the
I
toother laiandi :>T-it tall
Joke' of the I
Antigua's airport becauei

...
Although tl


ad him. he
I
''
I

t will coma."
Lieund tor

'.e nan oil Uv

I
Ilka to rtaj InatanUy, the Irkh-
that In the
neighboun:

ed ti iveUai
is an Inert
Wntfteh

us should Ih- of
nature that strati; <
Througta na Eaull ol

i nly labouimg Ul
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PACK l "i i:
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. I | | ft, ARy
mKBAOOS^i ADVOCATE
ftnr.^4------------------
rublkliM b7 T- Adn C LM, . "> SI, SHdaMm
Saturday. Fcbruarv II. U.W
(mrriiti.....I llrfralv
ACCORDING to constitutional practice,
in any part of the British Empire where
it exists the Government Party in any
elected assembly resigns from office when-
ever it is defeated on major tames. It then
happens that the Opposition is called upon
to form a government or the matter goes
to the country by means of an election.
That is not the case in Barbados.
Within ratal I Government
conducted by the Barbados Labour Party
has been defeated on two major issues and
in a thiid instance on a part,
party has not resigned from power neither
has the Governor, whoso right u is to do so.
called on them to :
From the time of the introduction of the
Bushe Experiment in 1946 it was under-
stood that in accordance with established
practice, the Officer ad n
ernment would call on the member most
likely to command House ]
and that member would nominate the other
three members of
from the House. Tlir.se would be responsi-
ble for the conduct of go>
and in the
again in accordant lished prac-
from
office.
Acting democraticallj
which shoul any party '"
power.
The I k a Parl>'
on more thai
tion tl '
confn:
in the ..
have c
tokei
dollai
ers and prs
poln
Establish!:.
In',
tion of th.
the n
of two 1
the H
empt-
patii- -
not like Dl
HAH
Indian
SUggl
and so it could M
tion nment.
Onu
practa
shoui-
to carry oi ""'"
thai :1 **
natr..
act b
offic
:
butthe
ind, Aed "
Only 106 Women Are
Candidates |
B* Mm Mmrwmj
LOW '-li')- I
Women voters outnumber men in Britain.;
but it"s the other way round as far as |
THERE are two great att/ac- goto, submarine, to complet. hi. lUiet sM. and o can keep ". mentary representation is concerned.
. in ih. uhm.rine nlrr. tralnins. no '" '"?*'
responsibility
-ll< s|o.isil.ili.> At A Uazxlinitl? Early Ait*'
Hull's TIW Lore Of Submarines
U* I mlotir Kennrtl*
tlon.'talhr.ubm^inV ^rv'icc" u Others, who are trans- 0n|y 24 o{ ,he m members elected to the
The flrst la the independence Among the volunteer, there are ferred to ^lu.esJ'Pf, r h last House of Commons were women and
which life in a imall ccasionally one or two who (eel .hips of the Fleet, nnfl me wre ^ ^ w ^ many more m the
gives the feeling of being a mem they will not be able to stand the harder
"" <" !ubro'""C "" TH, V"...... S,r"?ard one ^That's otcause there are onry 108 women
They arc give" every encourage- " "^ ,oughral Bubmariner among the 1.600-odd candidates for the Fob i
nieni to a.k to be tranrfemd be- . I0 ,hc psychological 23 general election. Last time, the 24 success
And the second r. the, find ihcmselve. in a mU^ Qf dMnt and ,urf,cini. r*,Bwomen ..,
L~MIII~
GroHsca Pilsner Beerper Bot.
Grolisch Pilsner Beerper Case
Trinidad Grape Fruit Juice
Cream of WheatLarge
L'suiUj
21
(!)
a
a
i
Htl(t\Ml(| STORES
un a a !"" wi *
all of whom know in
I unity
sponsibility.
Il no other branch o.
the Navy which offers so much
responsibi! mbers rit
so young an age.
lieutenant of a submarine, on
whom the safely of '
vessel rests when diving and sur-
facing, may not be more than 21
>r 22; the man ;tt the wheel may
>till be in his 'teens.
ful women were drawn from a
total of 871
the second is iru- uppor- fore they find mfmieiva in 77
then sent back to aeneral service }""* "u TheIe ls pr0bably can expect to win seats in the next Commons. |
without any ducredii to them no job (n |he world wh,rh calls *rhe line-up of prospective women candi-'
n. 11k. ih. Snartaiu-it is on".h7ntte.!hwhoP.ui"ve -g. M"""d Kmi*"- Liberals, 27 conservatives and nine Com-!
The submarine flotilla, are a tnent. mur..
part of the Fleet, and yet they -j^it exceptional temperament. tn tne ]as, House, there were 21 Labour
are apart from it They carry combined with a natural love of women j, p, tw0 Conservative and one
out tba ett" nd ,,. a. made the men of the number of Labour women sub-
pcacc-time duties -show- j^m,,, submarines one of the Liberal, ine nutroii-i~
ln the flag" and "policing the mo.! formidable lighting forces I sequently was reduced to 19.
t>ttt thsair crews do nut a*.*.___-
jueiliiy was h;mii\.*.\* *^ a^.
.light this time will be a straight.
Thoae in submarines say mat EmDire"_bui uieir crew, do not , ct.. A highlight this time win De a suaiB"i
no more dar. ,nlx with the rest of the Fleet as You ha^ to understand the, (jnt between women in several C
",c1 the men ol the battleships, ciuis |nncllncM of the ocean before you _,,. Qne of the leading personalities in-
""'. U"*.".?"'.. ers. and denroyer. do......... can abo understand not the fe.r Tw,,..ismuir. ConservaUve.
iniicuncM of the ocean before youi encies Qne q{ ,ne leading personalities in-;
en. and dertroy^r. do. can alK) understand not the fears ... Twecdsmuir, Cons:ervatlvc.
. -.heir boats. hjh 0mar.ne mc: L ^ ^ V," nl,v. Cnichlcv ip
except on prolonged exerciM. like , klnd , lroubled delight who will oppose Mis. Olne Lruc
and tne mi lhe recent Arctic expedition, but Aberdeen South.
which occur with :i a depoi-ship which generally Except for the "m^ *" Mrs. Cruchley, a London barrister, is a
y .ll^TthTnsk,^ ancho" a """ w"y m fcT'rne* 2Tta" i3S Socialist. Lady Tweedamuir at I
ZSSVttZ K thn^aCi e1flac.enycy andVmark- ered one of tnc most photogenie women ta
,-ouivak-nt onl) On return from exereUe. the ,ble physical courage, this attri- British politics. Her husband IS a 39-year-old
picet All boats tie up on either side of the bute belongs to no other nation [{.Tmer Canadian army infantry officer who
ocpite the risks aU oflicer. and ^^"like ."S^sJ-S 2stt % " Tl SST"
men who go into submarines are "Jm. 0v her chicken.. Couraije
volunteers And there are always ,ubmaners like this tl I
i.d destroyer, do
both b\
and the accidents ,h(. fecent Arctic
which occur with regret
I'.rinl. Prole. dk I'r.s. r\,- wj|
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many more candidates t h a
Still Test
AN officer or man v
has to no through
.
nen "iuw.'i * - _-,,-
All submariners like thi* feeii.r; T[lE ,nvinclbie spirit of the
o( being detached from the rest gubmarlne service may perhaps be
,,! ;he Fleet, of being, as sorr.'
them call it. in "p 11 T-.wards the end o( the war. at
Tin- Trads a period when our losses in
IN the first war the men of the submarines had been particularly
...<~ .notn known to ------ l^--^ wa, returning from
She
--------- irt lIit. ||(rl ......^ ....... sUUfll*
ha. to go through ...bmarlne service were known to h
u "The Old Sub- Dalrol
rg," and
succinct > ....... .....-
was unable to dive.
A British aircraft on patrol, not
is "The Old Sub- patrol across the Nor'.!. I
even now they refer hid bem ba,llv damaged by a
their calling as minc ff Inc German coa.1 and
If the election were conducted purely as
a popularity poll, one woman would be almost
sure of a seat. She is Lady Memo Lloyd
George, known as the "mother" of the mother
unents

' *"' n ,,...-........... r
very officer expectm to meet her, took her
and man must return to general ,0 ^ ., L- boai and
two ye%n>. After that bo
' .r>o;"rem-.n,"m general Despite frenned signals from
lesert the sabmari con-
tinued W
The Trace captin of the submar.i
':,. radl MS tag
At tne ae "' .,,r,hpr r- "Extiectcd time ol arrival 1400 IF
LT-S ^f^-h SSg a.,ta ..ops bombln.
, a larger .hip or a 10b ..^ ^ may &
m~ nnd men are None Snow. It better than the
,, i Blockhouse or In one of th.
The Paintings Of John
II a r i son
ri iiaaien.".
Al 47. Ladv Megan has served 20 years as
Liberal member for Anglesey, winning un-
challenged claim to seniority among "the
: the House."
Lady Violet Bonham Carter, another out-
standing Liberal although not a member ol
the Hi ijunced that she will not
candidate.
Outstanding among Socialist worm
didates is Dr. Edith Summeiskill. fan
her daunting eye and mastery
liamentarv seetetary to the Food
;,. Dr. Summeiskill emerged from
celling "question time" in the Com-
mons with a reputation for tart, factual ru-
houghher fondm. md-ttks
the parliamentary chamber
times resulted in adverse publicity. Dr. Sum-
rherskill is defending her old seat, Fulham
One of the youngest women in the
minster stakes will be Margaret Robert
year-old grocer's daughter who has been
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relevant to his first impression he
I
a coup dWii tansss which gives
3m initial ghock of i
Id grocers aaugnter wno nas ami .; ----------
candidate in Dartford. W/.VAWAWAW1
Kent. Lady Elizabeth Pakenham. wife of the r
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.,:v,wm*& to
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civil aviation minister, is prospective Labour
candidate for Oxford City. She has lour sons
and four daughters.
Women first
.n 1918. F:- i ember wrss
VI Pull equality ol w '
r of ihe was obtained m "*-o Csn, ness.
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Anti-Fly Town
KADUl
John II
work i. oi, si
, over the I
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.ielicious ibal I ZT.
,.'.;, lay metin.
n umi.li.
i
One mile east ol the thriving ns
., W log hard 10 Jl but munitv js th, suuuU(1.
"'^IttH town of Old Anchau. Until rei
WOO inhabit. I from
a-worm infection caused by impure
third ol them had -
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Yd fr.
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very good, but
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trolltxi by good taste and it feeling
\\ hals on Toilav
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campaign against the Isetse-rly. a blooi
which infects both humans and
The new tOWl
sdminl
It has wide, maho:
mentary school, modern medical dis;.
1 spacious market.
The town of Old Anchau was formerly
centre of local government for the A
Now a corridor in tr
made safe from the tleep
thing down the trees and bushe
lUilt 111
the 700-square-mil. ^mallei
Ih sen-
Toe itlisssi me was madi
tain's Coloin.i ment and \\
Act. ,
NOTICE
At
Our Dry Goods Department wiE
closed for the Intercolonial Cm
Tournament at 11.30 am. on
lowing days:
Mill BABOHj BAi
ialhd A I aK|*o V

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.
Thursday 9th February
Tuesday 14th February
Thursday 16th February
Tuesday 21st February
And on Monday 13th and M*
20th February at 11.30 am. ilpc*
DA COSTA & CO.. LIB
n>iooonut>oo>o Enjoy the Cricket
Enjoy a Fine Lunch"
St'lvrl .
. .. .. thai iHc bados i. >'
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fleralds Hear
police Band
Decision
Reversed

Honours o! ihe Assis-
,agGI IKDKIl hich in-
rVriudM ~u
frUM- Heralds, turned out
*irMae Plice Buna' under
{iSTirmS on Thurs- ft g~ ij~
*li& delighted the crowd
^T-Conoe Forsic", as well as '"lk -"HI Alphoiu
hLT.K1""1 "">"' not'luvtS mk ^..TnhWr-r,llu" -'2-
___________________THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
'GLORIA MAY' SANK Rio To
London
SO Hours
Rifle Shooting
130 MILES OFF B.G.
->_ "'. J. W. H
- Vaughn
S H^ Nurse. Poli,,
!,of D"'' rtara
imposed a line or 20 and K____ "*rw ar"v> or, Thursday. When they reached ^-_i"_". """?" *"d "" 'rom " "*"
costs n Kenneth Be,r. rSS ? ,,T'own' cwcis -'hcrcd around to greet them and J^s^ne a"? ?""?" u pi,M ,h" ,,K-'
_*P.ord?n. B'" "icthiriK of their experience ISS, jiF'Z *" "" competition.
B.O.A.C. are
r-ss""" nd popu" sswsr-ft -"2?--
%^\jnderstood lhal shortly the
mM*'"1 ** spendina a day or
ETwit- Mr. C. H. Yearwood.
?L-Wardcn o( the Parish.
tflrw Pnnce, tenor soloist of the
f__2-r tiers ftth." e' 3 irod Headle>- The other six mem- t^!,.'Vgum"" >*"" '"'" are 1'">1 '" '" shoo.
!fr""i.i!,.f_cr!^.ar.nved..onThur"'y. When they reached jffr27T* fto-.t-l-
ill be some ver>
Ing of then
The OctoberNovemb.
oap Bpooa Bmo4 oil rhe Sum
ray M :heir Hanjfe Of)
1950. all
8 o'clock.
Thy nineteen members whe |
Ml and a native of Trinidad,
yj^ 'Advocate" that the loca
JJe a-ind waa very uood but
S-r^n2riTiSd.h /le/iny CMe//,,,
r^A- Inoal Rand. "^
5^ the local Band.
)Sa W>98 of .a Hopper bicycle
1 valued $40.00 was reported
-Ivor DeAhu-au of Collymore
g^ He stated that the bicycle
T_ri,_..n from outside a rcsi-
dge
'u,nn/BU^ "i>R^:
around Bridgetown ,
my hello lo all his friends
worn for
II, told the
thai he was Kind to
"' at nome again. He was
awaiting the opoortun- |
' * ,0 sea again but >
under the same circumstances.
Tm> story of the tragedv
i ling to DeKo'..
luu-V .i,u:"" left nntish Guiana
WILLIAMS of Para- ,*?' ''"' "'""" '-'' abul
a'- Lucia atttnoini a utun. ; ?, "m for Barbado.. The
ln.ua,, Lour ,1 J>I1'>">W *"y between 7 p.i:
t cou ts-i'st'-as" -5*<
I akon from outside a real
^K dt Bay Street on Wednes-
1 ISDS IV
II. J Beach Club, recently re-
_, ne loss of a 6-volt battery, Ap ,
4 7b Prohiilc
" Uy His Hoi.
was qn.------------------- f^"' *n.
ca was rough. There were
Messrs. Johnson's ,..,. '~* "* "* n
au, 4 Uarage.
mum' Heted lhat tha battery >'""'"> ----------.-.-...^ .o,
^r/ WSJ"**
squalls and rain fell contlnil
About 9 o'clock that same night.
lC,V nL20"' *'cbru"T- Own. to th. shortage
twirl. ^TL,S"V'"' rS "P0" Targets they were unable to I
iwieo weeajy via Usbon ana this shoot before.
Uikar to Natal. Rio de Janeiro,
The following
m,..j --""" '"' rouowmg is a list of the
Sam ,, ^,. S A"T5 '"", """bl* members along with thei,
Santiago, one service making an respective handieam.
U Davis .
11. Edghill
a Qeaaei
(hooding
M I
97 01
9S.4I
98.2;
117 33
98.91
98 0(
M M
87 7'
117 M
N H
t was parked
ffiii^'SL^ROAD we, ^S'aSfZ&SlSF'
tell afUnit the foremast and no
^^Bt involved motor lorry peraont,
VBXr&S'Z*0^* ArftZ2Jft'* Captain's Orders
ed Attornev
this
time, Captain
aeo Hall Tenantry. iTs ?'T'"7 "' E'lso Mlll of Graham was at the wheel
-j, Mderstood that Devonish ,, ,r Lei'ers of Adminislra- 8dVI-' orders -stick to the pumps".
' walking along the road with ." "'lh "ll' will annexe,| of Pe pumps were in use uut
.bucket of water on her lieu,!. J."!'M HamDden Qraham late of lh,'v could nl control the Inflow
Ok of the uprights of the lorry 5'ewf" Hill. St. John, deceased 0,-w**,L,
cra-t Hie bucket and Devonish he Will was admitted to nroh-.io The "Gloria May" was then wh
IK, her face and was injured, on 28th September, 1913 "roba,e about 130 miles North of the " "Ju' "d ^ere )' "">
fcxas later taken to the Gen- '"" llrnlsh Guiana light house. Land 1m,'" mfre' ,he Adv,,,.,-.,
1 Hospital and detained. Next potiii granted was th* was n0' ln "*'" "e"her could "" bo*"- i"'ormed, and Mr. j
.yOTHER ACCIDENT occurred filed b, Abdulhai Malm, mak
JOSLI'll OK ItOI'tiK.
M-yeaj It rook ef Ill-fated
schooner "Gloria Ma. '.
Blue Waters'
Should Have
Been Built
The island's hotels are packet
'Ith lltltXTc -lilel Ihnu I______II..
tBrazd). Rio will be reached Irom
,-iouoii in approximately sit R
hours. Sao Paulo in 34 hours, ,
Montevideo in a day and a hall .. ft >.,
and Samugo In under 2', days Major J E Griffith
.including a nlghutop in Bueno. Capt. J R. Jordan
at, ... n Mr H- B- G. Marshall
llnAl. will thus re-esublish i,t ,- | Neblctt
he direct air link between Great Miss J. Nicholls
attain and Chile, the ector be- Mr. W. A. Richardson
i-,:i iii.-nos An,, an, Sjir.i.igo .. T A 1.. RObCrtl
having been suspended for the pied n Sealv
year. The existing York services g. Ten,,.,,.
m this route, to be progressively M ,; Tucker
withdrawn as the Argonaut ser- M A Tucker
V** a/*bul" up;.do no1 operate cipl c a
beyond Buenos Alre. It is at M D ,.,,.
present expected that all York Vr K S Yearwo.^1
aircralt will be withdrawn from "* **B ,0,woo"
the route befoie lareb OC !-',._ J ..
Built m Mew das * m ears .igo
Ltd.. the Argonaut is powered by (Barbados Advocate, February 11
four Rolls Royce Merlin engines 1925)
and includes much other British The ( unard-Anchor Liner
equipment. The aircraft is pres- '"Tllvanin" il IHlhaina
Many of B-OA.C.s fleet of 22 anchor , Carlisle Bu
Argonauts are already in service voyage of 10 hour, frorn PorTof.
?-~.. o.!1?raVoniroli'M ,rom, Spain, Trinidad, In rommand ol|
Great Britain to the East and Captain David W Hone, with
97.08
78 75
PW Beal
A,t Deacons^Poad^near^Bays of Spi
Fuehs Has
NothingToSay
,:.out 6.45 p.m. on man the constituted attorns.
Mesdav I..M iH.tweei, a motor Mohamed Mohmed ,
tiV* -' "ddenr by ^..^!!^:_to.-'a^ jES .
DiCource.v
sad. and
' d Imi
'Siroad
iTrotman and Burnett were
i injured. The head lamp Michael, widow, lo Ha
r could rvrL. i't- ...........". '
back for British ??"d E""- ne of the promin-
II ''rested in the ^ Tnm ,
He blamed the restrictions which had not arrived shoilly befot?tl
nearly 300 tourists on the urst
Ciinard West Indies t i
signed to Messrs. tlaitschvll &
local Auents for the
Cunarci St.
Line of New Yoi k lh, 1 'u,-
eania", built In .921! h
Ship BttUdlni Mid !
Company of Glasnow, in 16.893
with twin mwi Hii lenKlh
M I" I I in. :
iuld call breadth 70
Pucfai Draft on cruue being 1
orally When not oruialn| she operates
"; m'roUxn^^f^hSreua;'!^, bS '"j" **>* "~fcl not bTJha, ^b,ch amount , a .onfessioir,
>1. widow, to the estate of *'"".f*1 b'. '.cbaJcoal """ h',d shortage of accommodation n ....."
the cycle was broken and her husband Goulbourne Water- ,v;,shed n lhe ** 'h... j....i... *:.. !.. Sr"
rim and left muffler man late of this Islau.l.
Th'' l to probate
those of, Annie Evelyn
from Mr. William were
these two charges." He said he donderrv and New York, but ....
ll^hlnino r. mH th"t devaluation of : wo,.d aJlt rr fuehs to he rom- primarily Int.
.m* :,ri"sln ma">' America,,, lo '.'"', <"' '"' <" U < Ital..... P,
. l.leooal was seen alloat. Ul, Criminal Court Sh, I
The crew of lu got into the life When an American leaves the . 51,,, so"c"01' ' Thomp- |lul| and internal llttl
*M Sh, ^f10',."1111""' '^- DoutSai boat Hothtng was see,, nor heard states with < S4.ooo i , ,', !^rljIprTe'' 5S5 '"" '" <>" '"""
iirenT the sX dSrict ?, ^''"^"[ r"""am 'o Barbados, hi, money is increa";',
rlct, Corbin (St. Peter); Henri ear. m their way by about 70 per cent because of a brow^ue H,7a?rCner!w * 2S
(St. MichacU: lla bwe .... signs were left of any- devaluation. Teui i a thaten of dark hair white,',
even bettei eyi said his oath of' '"'*' i1" *nd band..
because they set anegiance "meant nothing to ancc' h"vin
ill thel
_ I read to the St. Lucy Vestry Marshall
glanr meeting on Thursday.
afiatT'Torthe^^
iT^dcnu if Coeoa,,u H.ll ?" '*' Churchj: " '" *> position, becov,
Stain been complaining of JJ?""'^, o,lvira Byne (Christ No food, no water, no course, no Premium when -hey change the.r man whose mind wasirrevocably
Bs vr-hie muddy conditions of TJJr'Sv..8-00 Horatio Goddard oar lnf|-g bill tw "ativo Holivares Into dollars, plus wedd_ed to Communist pro
have been complaining of *"" ^.lvlra
nuddy conditions of Vo"!*,'.
LSaiIt th,> list'ict and no efforts ,'=' Philip); Jane Campbell (St. oars, the suits of clothing to thei
an addition to those dollars when ,,e Beged that Fuciis said on on.
^av wssjesrs t- ..... ., ...v uuiio vi vsviuiusj iv uivn------------- --------w m wsiiii-----------------------
|f the improvement has been *-ucy>. backs and hats which served aa they come to a sterling area like Occmiion visited the Soviet Em-
" ados, baM> in Kensington Palace Gar-
uus nr ill iv. i loia w lllkll .-s^ a vu .r -------^
Bade His Honour allowed the re- bailers, these the men had saved. Barbados
Jbtf iwd is the main entrance paling of probate of the Will of The wmt WN ineaking into the Mr. Euan thinks the situation
lab district ;md 1 can assure Gertrude Blair Slater, late of small boat, which he feared would is a Bloomy one. that will con-
Humphreys said Fuchs was born
.........- "-'* --- ..........i...-., i,.,v (>. -iiiiiii li^i.tv. i>nnii >n- iluil-u wuuiu ift .1 [hhiiiiv Ullf, 111111 Will COI1- ,,,, T-,,#,._* i iaa.ee j-------
toatireal inconvenience has Toronto, Ontario. Canada, under havo sunk at anytime, and they tinue to be gloomy unless there is ?JK ? t m i ai W"
SLL^SS T .Lh remVaI ' 5Ctl?n 37 of thc Co,,rt of r'ii"- ,ust k(,pt ^'""K ou, Tnc wa,pr an -*-up on the import restric- anh-N-Si ndJn^.MJ^.S"!!!"
mt,chiefly In the rainy season, nry Act. 1891. t ami drtftod with the tide. tions from the dollar w-a-: r^fln r^T Am ,e
Tadaihon to all this we haw 0n Christinas Eve. the weather crnV"!. Communist Party. He
rn, two t. I .wile masts
and a well proportintic
HUptical in shape.
fare the inevitable plight of
.ding our canes to th,
.highway because there is too
Such mud for either I, |
lo draw them from the
Lnsw considering the letter the
oecidca to add thii
Decree M>s<>liiir
Grunft'd
On Christmas Eve, the wenthssl
held up but the rain oOntulUOd !<
fall. The ten men held their coats
to catch some of the rain water
which they drank to keep them
Land Ahead
then left Germany fm France and i
England as a refugee from Nazi |
War hroke out in i
1939 and in 1940 he was interned j
in Fjigland.
In 1942, Humphreys said, atom-1
search was betn| Lntttuufled I
A tii" .i urns, form- in more than one country. l | ,
ing a sort of pyramid. tveH v,,'.v Hl-ett brains available
SUm1 Drums In?
Pyramid Form
for trani
men
bsboi
iNOTHU-tfcSKR
to
mat day. they saw and reached packed up on the waterfront ves- needed to assist In i, oin and
land, ana found a river from ti-ruay OMKMlte the bond ol Messrs such brains as Fuchs possessed
In the Court (or Divoi
of other roads which was M..:iiinou, urday His
to th. Honour Ua ., i judge
. G. L. Tayloi
KSo? ','! ....... lx,re '* These" drums arrivedbv' CMS known and proved to b.
er 2, '' 0 they alvtoetl "Canadian rornHali-S" '"'-! tneoretieal
...... was f-"Knl" tteapondent). in this uiem evenly among tnerneeivet, fax on Wednesday- living, and undoubtedly had done
.bjought to the attention of 'Ldcc"^ m,si ,w" Pronounced Tills v on Veneguala. Th, > a .ningtotbe oonsiderable
Vesirv was signed """' : year. Thes -l.pt that night under aj. ,,,' ,^ ._".._ atomic rescarcl
. r G. Will.iughbv of I'lc ** K- K Walcott. K.L' In
vener and nearly 100 ralepavers tructi
ping ill ine wet eiouillig. HUM>, ., ,.. ,
Leavii be) arrived
nt of Highways and absolute". 7,7,""7 V>"k" '*""'' S ? "--o". So" & Co., l.M '>' very rare indeed. He
.. in use sun of D. L. saw ., whleh
work for Britishk
Thej dent mat night under ,.;' as"'thev"took'''uo 'fane, "toniic leseaich. He was .-..
.1 which the) bad hauled ,olaiTOi , Cando during 1S. *JZFL,!"2?l. '
... g!"l. W. up- Some of the men caught coins ^Tpped by"ves's'n liuthldS Pm,'' courM h's *"" bra'n w"s hui'
Co, represented the deeping.[in the wet clothing. SSEr'J, 'S^L^VS"*' *" nessed to atomic research
was also gram- ' another Ixiach on December 11.
suit of G. S King S1;"1 J{,'"'> '.',','".""
pronounced on December 0 lasl ale r3Wi
Tin- petitioner appeared
person.
saw there were |UI
cassava and dry corn which ',.,y
It read; "We'the'umiereigned Clarke &
. ratepayers and artisans petitioner.
TL5!Shof St Luc* d0 hcre-
aaUmjl. Us 1o "SCUM " (Petitioner) a id I. M. K, "* '"' ,aM Al[ "
Tb proposed building of sl,<""ien0
w rectory or the reconstruc-
the present one, and the

u tee Almshouse.
j'1 riuesl that the
a* held before any ad-
""' for tenders for the
or reconstruction of
VVafl buildings is made.
vLY,' ""' of ""' ,acl 'bat as
BMellor '"'"' <*"">""<*
was taken to work with a pro*
thii fM i-
Canada.
taking molasses to
Nighl'caiii. ,inu tha) llapt again
after battling against mosquitoes
and sand Mai
4 Murdered
From page 1.
nred a snot through li^
which scared Poka behind a par-
and for
Fiiird For
Inflicting \\ oiiml
A DM of 3 to be paid in in-
they trailed the Uon ln lhc d| ,
beach again in e eh of food kchcn whc ^,, ,._
uction of the aiore- itahntnta or 2 montha1 unprtaon-
wn ..e jIil, i'i ... y.B"0U* ment was impose,i on I
B-.t;
, ---- llivill il.l 1I1I|HJ>VI1 ill! UUIIII
j-not aa to your Gill, a 39->earold portal oi I
only saw foot
I .iiumals.
On January 3. the men sow two
;.i towards
aw a Capuchin
) of the Venezuelan Gov-
ernment who took them to his
In July. 194a! he was n.ituial-
iseo and became a British sub-
\i that time he signed an
oath "t Htafltrrt Whan ha Brat
i atomic research before he j
was naturalised he signed the
usual security undcrtakim;
'hat was done again in 1944."
That document made it perfect-
>ii In bun how Meurtty-
ed he must be ;.i
dothtnl
.. .r j. t .
, i Jt* plan y," Len* on Thi
Be ,?"l" ln tbe execution Mr.fi
HFaad It our ,1.,,.. He was found guilty of having
.liven fiXKl anil shot ln thc right leg.
body lay on the floor Hinu.-ii It "It tat only fel
Ihen climbed the steps and fired phrcys declared, "lhat he always
another shot, while villagers looked as being a security-minded
climbed the back-stairs and prod person. But it is now clear that
him with bamboo. such an oath of allegiance meant
To escape prodding Poka dashed nothing to a man whose mind was
across the room and was Anally irrevocably wedded to commun-
two day. later, they Hit toother-,,,-law then entered "mophievs said that in
littl.- village and stru, k the cutlass out
mention facts that
a,"";,??"?1-1' overlook, bear-
Z? >.""' Iac' ,hal ""
Kt .,' b*v io be repayed
aaSalJoi. h'd' b> 'hc
''"W gave tins letter con-
st p, mciples.
Humphreys said that in a state-
ment which Fuchs made, he said
that shortly after his release from
?* ?'..- BT*f. I internment he was aske,i
professor at Isirimngham Uni-
Qverloaded "Bus
Costs 20;- Fine
of hi-
Ihey had to n. '.and with
heart and held him while police
Next step of their wandering lushed ln and arrested him.
i-.idad where they we,,- Poka em taken to ho.pital lor ,'t knowing' nothing at Arst what
M Mi- Sutherland who t.eatment and will be charged the work was about. When
, in a Government FlH, |||oul ,n<. purpoM , lhe
versity in war woi k He accepted
HbbbiTi.""'"'I'1 of his letter
KSS1L**'J""' S" Lucy'5
bewv,-. ,' '<"'' h"" :H1U other
KT* p-ni- on Thursday,
^P ACTOIES , the
TO Parishes have start-
ira being
f trucks fo- 1
I Portets and Sandy
boat. Accommodation tlv
tter Krom Ciudad Ihey
wer.-
Coleridge Welch of Clilton Hill Trinidad and Anally, Hi.
home.
De Rouge said that he was told
one months imprisonment I J ni.tc. ,no, lho rumour
His Worship Mr. E. A McLeod wcnl oround ,hil, ,,. -Gloria May"
when he was loui.u ,,. Uri,i,h Guiana leaking. He
leak
dm
IB, CsMri.
Oa Pare 7
Hlsi fault ......>-'a^a s.iil|- l_ t/ltl IUj,i. ITHUI >'l VU"Vi ^....
nVTsfa w,m *?1 dw',lcd o St. Thomas was lined 20/- to h-
Sag V .,. .U.E /. acknow- pa,d |n one month or in default ^
imprisonment by _
Mr. E. A McLeod ^n|
an ha wai Eound |(lll w
ing overloaded his def,lCd uiis, saying that the
nber 24 on was on^ developed when
guilty of havii
bus G-94. on
Palmer
nainmast came away
R'1 > MMMllNs. ,
. II.-.I..I ,i
sfgfcMNf 20/- For
Mocking Road
No Reply
Herbert Bullcn of Buckingham kaweeaet I ..... that
second ilo.| |,allk Hall was Hi.
J months imprisonment by "
!??',''da,laai.,a' abou' l0 HI. ,'-
* OMit ,.,l. __._ __..__ ^_ Ah.*n.<.ii.Mi Thi. nim a oag wun n
iiiiii i tum io in: |wiu in - --
enl by that th-
- lie said that aftl
iiLshing into the boat i
:i.i:nH"i
PIGEON CHOW
GOAT CHOW
two of Purina s best
and obtainable from
H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd-Low,oisi
V.
a

DON'T forget tu take |
Package of Fancy Biscuits
and some Chocolate Bars
for your Lunch when you
go to
HUM I
Fancy Bisculia in I'arkaie.
I'etit 11, 'in,.. U
Lincoln Cream, Currant
Puff CanUval Assorted,
Nice. Mane. TH-Frult Puds.
Kaacy BlsmiU in Tins
Aeet: Garden Cream, Fruit
Cream, Shortbread. Selected
Craan
Tea, Bavoj iVaal chocolate
ilta, Carnival Asst:
( htKoUlea in Tin A fto_e
ltl.it k M
Milk Tra> Ar ROBaa, C.t.i-
burys Aaaorb

ChoeeUte Bars
Mars, Vanity i.,u, Kit-
Kirt, Caley Tray, (
milk. adbury
-Milk, Whole Nut, I
Almonds, Fruit &e Nut.
Bournvillc, Frys Milk.
Almond & Kaisin. Nut Milk.
\i v((
I Pint Th.
Sun Glasses.
BIIICE WEATHEKHEAD
LID.
bxad or _ioao STKarr
' and handle bar a*
iamaged committed o n Dcc-
WSJ-!: a _ ' "nkn,
Itroyed
J i in tin
-ST _n,dm ,h d'bs
'Trurla>.
Chattel said: Before the
t apuin locked lhe door araln
I ..,.! 'Cap. *he going, y
aim coming.'
that the Captai-
linked nim-
......-............:;:;:v,;::-s,'s.v.;:::
Hawker Fined l_
flrst 30p ripo c^^
the rtKim All
bo paid la I.
Impoaad an Mm*.ie U the boat'
38 >*_r >s was beyo
Rone b* Wa Wcx_nip m jshed into a life boat.
It ,1 for the Captain but
bananas did not rec
ha *" Wer bun,' "fo boat was launch-
- _t^_Lwhich hTok* "' -round the ar*a ,or
E "Wches, St. George. The offence was committod on ghort time but they did
December 30. him.
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make a perfect Imk-stitrh on all materials from the
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u tot evetu
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Nice designs also Pin Stripes
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Phcuu- :io3-Afta How.
The book that has set the world talking
ROMMEL
A m ashbuckling general who insured many a si..i y
ticticious some true, to be told about him while the lighting
in World War II was still at it's height.
Hollywood once tried to portray the i this Ger-
man General on the screen but they missed badly.
Here, at last, is the truth behind one ol the greatest cb
ever to come out of the second World War
What he thought of his men and his Italian allies I
What he thought of his foes; the men of the Empire I
How he was eventually murdered by Hitler'i Gestapo I
Beginning jn the Sunday Advocate, Feb. 19th


Try.. i
ilSY II. 1950
CLASSIFIED ADS.
SHE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

a*" '
I >
. for the
9&&S&"......m
M* "'I rater'* <***">
5*sr.jsrv ...
iggru*.. >..........
nil* *""n"^l
HOUSES
FiWn
p^^JAWIlfv qua. .
no****.

a so
^Si*""" Unfunded Grmi.vn-
it- Apartment, nnf town and C
:"ucSi. -Sufair" *
__________li a so- an i
......'" ' M ,
'"'"a """. 1 dining; room and u i
SB Apply to S "ft SSi^f Reed' I
__________________103 W- 2n I
-I??*** .*** furnished with Rrftlf-
raior^and tUwn indramer. Worthliuj
13 1 -tfn
DM DM
J*M,y b***rh February. March
nn* Nowmbtr; December. | m
"""lh ''"<" 7. g |_, ,^
?*J***T'. Si. Phil.p nhL Mb
TJi w^. "*,W' Servant Ttootnt
ming beach. From March 1*1. |if
..r month. Phone 4478.
l.M-t.f n
JCRWHANA" FW.Ub.lle. L.ad
Ft* Apply T. Ibril Hll
Hi (iirrinhm ni .
tWO bedroom*. Reception ft din
kitchenette etc.. t EVerton.
. | .. ". .
Mi **JSi b* the *** ' ""'
Z,*S? *" A"
If"!____________________
,N MEMORIAM
", ,.( IipIovo. !
Cm
^Tj. i Mre**1
b ad FTnitv
|Cfi*t ^ tn cur memory
ZL *a-T m-^i FBmiiy
I a Urkt m*"W' ' "IV r^**'r Iv*"
*- MAHTIIA WAJ KBR who
rZii i" V.!r-...rv IMS.
ItSti* oe to* n '!' _
Mianii" '" "" t,l,r', '" m
l^.irl h*rt .wi.l '"<*'
ICIWI"'!' ' <*"> "'"^
Bt-qlW you Iwi"
2><......
f. fea n a SO- In
.I'E IIOUS1 L: H:i.u.r- Stand >uitablr tor l)iv
V ,'-"""* Contart immedl-
Thani B
D -l MM
IPSTAIHS PMOCOMI kKl MaM
No Swim Street. w .rnK-tou, ,.
MIT, Mutable (or f.(Tlci. liahl firt',,-
MJd inaiw uiea. Apply: TlianL Bro.
Ptkm Ml 4 J I
Pinur Mums
JCL
Tmis is the road" I
,( ro Bern t I
TAX CUTS "d WEtFARF STATf

"A **ult Trick ?.
"25 '""'y "wrned by obuiiiinj; nrder*
(or ntlvate Chrlatmaa C
vour frWnd. No previous esperlem*
n.c-ewaiy. Wrttt today for beaulltul free
S.mple BooK to Britain'* (urged and
totcmoM PimiUhtTi: hlibe*t commiBaion.
niiloin money rrtAklrui opportunity
line*. WIIIMm* & Co.. Dept. 10 Victoria
Work.. Prenton. EniUnd.'*
Flt MtA
inOMOT'VF
^Em 10
Porter.
jlXa. S'_. ...r.l n--H P Apply.
11.2.SOIn
tan Minx 1040 model
Appl>'' E D. Dnv!*.
Uon Ch. Ch.
___PATlvc -:..\'. r
i KadUtor Cooled
MKVA 1 phaae allernalo

^EoMMe* Heifer CU two t*k>
MM Out woy Cow fcivinK 2t pi*
C W
Mn Finn ).,:,
Wr Hr* 8. I Ward, BnnJi Hal
iMvOaai 'i .. 10 2 SO In
H^AA Wimbw of ewe iheep: On<
MjfPMke. A;-; >
ii.aso-it
NMCAt
0R1* ''ARHini CYCLES Ale
Tt.J*1m St. Dtal MM.

*1*GK TW.LLEY JACKS' El
Jjft < 10 ion*Couru-v Garmg*
NOTICE
U ESTATE OP
ALMA SMITTEN
< Deceased
NOTICE 1* hereby jiivcn that >1| per-
on haviix any debt or i-lAima atainat
the Eitnte of ALMA SatTTTEM deccaaed,
me Jackmana Village, .:, ih<- Pan.h
..i SI Michael in thu I.L., i
r. Rartudoa on the 12th d*v
h, km lequcated to -end In
ma duly tUMad
JfJMd l-vwlen Lloyd Leacork. Station
or before the ?th
tiny of April 1)00 after which date 1
*hall proreed to distribute the u*aet
.-ed .imoiif iln-
tiiled thereto, having regard only to
itch cialma of which I hud notice and 1 will no', bo liable for
the axwta or any part th...
tributed to any person of whose debt
.li.ill not then
notice.
And all persona indebted lo the old
eUte are requested lo settle their In*
.-iiimut delay.
Dated thi. Tth day of January 1S0.
LWtr '. ,.,>k
Qtiallfled executor of Ih B*UU> of
ALMA SMITTEN, deceased.
T I so-ao
NOllCE
' IIM-..... I 1UIIS
drawn m ill
.nisi. tiut Umo* ho-tld be ymmed (luring
Ha niuiilh uf Pebnua-y. In .
i .th tlu- Dug Lieeaiae A R H .-HA9ER
l'.ir.B-liuil Treotiirer
St Ji.l.c
U.3 SO-tn
NOTICE
Tenders will be received by Irte un-
if-ignnl .
the Parish o* St Jantaa for tJ.SOO.O.<
hi a Rat* of Inlarasn not exreeabng
paid by Annual inatalmeril-
oi BOO 0 with interaat iLoan by
LlUMuai.
S.fc-T.ul
P H TARI1.TON.
tidhsHdf CornmUslonei. *H
James.
ii i.a> a.
KEUANtOUS
CAW-ArTS Tw.> )i -...
** *DI oe (tmilar T\ (h- '
* 4f %-(itu! six ii tons eoc'
wm order. Equipped wiih
i:<-i,:u- - <;..---.
10 2 SO 3r
Km
CoT
"aftr ird Truck
MAS \ TAYLORS (JAM
"i"
.* SHOES (>,.,
B *-" n m a.....
^ " -re VccH
li. : M IB
^LMnag rtbrtaar, oniv

KtJW bred Whl'"
"i^toratt. Phone a
B** CK13BWS
Ma- ?"" Quantit* Vary -uluble
^B**** Harold Proverbs *
^P AKD CAR RATTER 11
K. **> Tyra Co t,
T 2 SO- t f i
I OItT & DRJMUJ SHIRT-
NOTICE
The road leading from W
i> Spa PuaMMJon Is danfr<>
Ulai Tralllc Any one la*M
If SJO at tneir own rl*.
By
Commissioner.
St. Joseph rm
Moslems And R.CTa
Will Fight
A:aiii>l VlliHsm
LONDON. Feb. 10.
The Egvptian Minister at the
\ Itean Muhammed Oman Bey,
OS in Cairo agreements
lb* VatMMD and tbd
MuMrm world for joint defence
ol ihoir radudoia %gMh
munist materialism, the "Tum'.-;"
Rome DOrn bj to-day.
The Minister is due to return
:o Hume next week and is expect-
ed to bring aritta Um suggestions
for the formation of a common
front in which Moslems and Ho-
lies would i
ird their respi- I
liefs agai -s 0; the
Itrutrr.
Fuchs Has Nothing To Say
lr"m ,,aer :> the Nari Organisation. In tf
work I decided to inform Hu |.v 0incer
and estal
member of the Commutu 1K)int blank
lement said,
that time," K
lemeni continu lv? nuestionm..
continuous contact Wttl
completely unknown U) k ,l J Kood deal ol
,
was communic:ii. r his work En
uthoiiUea, from then on then
was a continuoul
formatioi.
enerny at (requenl Intf
"This was on nil owi:
h having been made to
Um, lU i.tormation
he gave to the product of Ins oXn
i went on thu
thins, He
realised he was cai
in his bands, bin

Germany "

Of 1H46 in ti.
at Lot

<.\idon.
*I tons
OiguuLMiUL
Britain in 1944

'
Establishment at Harwell.
The Aral
mender Lawnard I


beck >'f ulu.-li

that i rill be tad

cording to law."
Ureter
IRBIVALS lli II I u >-n. Mr.
i ram ihimihh
Baavice Morre1. I. \l*i Rscrwwdo Hhll. He
Robatts. Floy Plxle^. l. H uolphtn. KeMnald Painter-Baenaa. Mr Ivabrw
Jams IUt < Mrs O-mian Cwlebrook. Ml
vifred lfadle>. Ames Nelson.
Vin llelene Ihibnvq. Me Vert-wi
HI i vni. rtf n n i \ i
ni\n laery. MJ- Wari>
i<.- Mr Eri, 'trd lb-
pq .Vrnu. M.i-t." ''
i\ tot t ii WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
ftd Wlreleaa iW 1

at IMhm-insi shlpa through their Hut- Afevosnaun. Iati.it. Hid. -
% n. Swencaalas. t
... IVtuiant, Eaaa IMrfleet. C*aa- Hebeecwhoone. Waal. Mosll. Qyltnawa, Nan. OMtoi
nS#r. R.>lslr, 'IVi.ne* t*.>mdm. Souirii AllanUc. Gladys-
. eaibeaiin. .*aaturo Dalfonn. mailer. Vamannla. Teakwnod SWHlalyfccs.
....
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Vacant Post of Assistant Mistress. Girls' High School,
St. Vincent.
Br\in Discusses
German Situation
LONDON, Feb. 10.
The British Foreign Minister.
Ernest Bavin, ti
the German situation with Cen-
tra] Sir Brian Robattaon, British
High Coituni-siuiiei'
Roberts* >! q London
that Ihey
review the position In Berlin, the
banning ol morta lYorn
way to Eastern
Gentiiiny. and -.lie recent slow
Jtown .,: tranV Into Berlin.
Bevin also saw to-day the Vane-
.'Uel.in An i..issad'ir, Maiuii'l Ai 1
cha, who has bean recalled t<>
Venaxuala, at h^ own p
_ Later, the Turkish Ambassador.
Cavat Aukalm was calling or.
Bavin 'in his return bn
in Turkey.
___________Renter.
Spy Ring Thieves
Kob Govl. Oriirial
kd.mk. Feb. 10.
aUevi i
to be in the pay of an Interna-
.
i Government Oftlcial
11.111.. The ullieial, Waitl
transport Mm.''
on the Turin Rome
Express. A brief case coniainin;
.
I rimxiniuin
i from hi.:
comparunant OrMnstor-aenaaagn
worUng on
la>lieved the thieves led tlu; train
,it .hi iniei mediate slop
Rruter.
LVited for the post Of U Assi '
oaieutor said he mMi SetaoL 81 VH*
: the poat, which is pensionable, is us fOuOW
Graduate Scale .. $1,032, rising by annual increments
' tO $1,440 per
H Scale .. $480, rising by annual In
of $48 to $720 (or $960dependent
detak iiuniiti
OB, .i Cost-of-Livinn lloiius on
. 1109.M per annum on inlaiv ol MM
hie.
., u d Oaay '
;:'< i nt will be probationary In the Qj
ry be confirmed In the permi uible post
a any doubt
that Um i.
made to Bsnaii i just
before his written statement mat
i
that on one occasion he
the Soy tngtoa
H in: i j
how much o(
luthor-
1 un-

lint'stiirution
To Bo Suspended
S '. I RIART, K,b. 10. j
The public prosecutor announc- |
..
:
.. ii ol ii Man .
N :.....lUOtl M
Scandal I
I .die- I
ralvad (
eriai and frauds
a without cou
lie I
itxiut 10,000 pa.

'.ton ol
Keuter. 4
Heart Trouble
Caused by High
Blood Pressure
' i j iili>ltatlnn, dlsilaaaa. haadachsa a.
i ip and back of t sad and sbovs v-i
rtr.eaaol breath, faal rvsrvy. or sut
fr from poor alaap. loaa of mam, r i
ut:J snargy. lndlcsatt.ui, worry an.
rear, your troubls la iirobabry caused
by lllah Blood I'raaaurs. Tola is a
ystsrieua dtaaaaa that cauaaa nn>rs
tsalha thaa cancer, bscauss thr
aynptana are ao common and eeeafll
.taksn for soma almpla allraaat l|
rod auffar from any of thsaa aymp-
i-w. your I'fa may be andangtred I >
Heart Trcuble or a paralytic atroka
and you should star! treatment al
-nea- The vory flrat nose of Naact
ifiirmerlv known aa HynotV a ne
i-dlcalillsi-ovsry.reduem IHghBloiV.
I'rssaura and mal
Kinfer In a few data Gel Masrcc
m your chemist today. It ! r-iar-
siitaed to make jvu (>! w; IJ.id
strong oi^nonsy back
mpi* r' "see.
>au,rm at
SHIPPING NOTICES
liKh School is under ihe control ,.t
I .
itaaat to Bt Vlncanl to take up appointn n
. with details rrualiBoejttou .
and copies of not more tl i i hould Ix-
Govarm enl Sacratary, QovarnaHal Ottea, Bt. \
:'8th February. 1950.
DJ1 \NT sri'rirtlNTt.MlrNr OP IM BI.K UtRKS
AND WATER F.NGINKKR. (.RKNADA
in expari that what he
veal wai o( ihe hlghcal value lo a
lid that Dr. Alan
Nunn May, the London '
Scientist. Who .'-'
1946 to tan nment for
ditcloaing atomic
tit Fucha
accepted the 100
as symbolic paj i
i was unawan ii
tton to the

-
trueuon ol b
._
formation i of ;'" Un4a,
;'\ to undertake Land
.- $2,880 $96$3,360 per annum wi.ir
tol ivii towanot >\nu par aruni
. minimum of the scale may I"
"1 used my M date.
1
mra lit
Aiiltgua. Monl-
. a- win
I itgo and Pnsnrniret- lot

Aruba Dote of saibng
MONTREAU AllflTKALlA NEW
ZEALAND LINK LIMITED
(M.A.Ni) LINE)

sail fr,v ,nn
iiiad about February
: \K1"
flMH
"~"h. Melbourne Jsnu.ii
arriving i TTIntdad about lh M
Theaa vesaels have ample >pai<





vited for the jn.: Superii

F^ Sue
aoi HHioiM.
Naaaa ! ably
B 8. AlOA PaUAtW
.a. -AUX1A 1VLAJUM- .
-a-llag a*. i> t
l \\ Milts -I U\ '. I
sail* IrrreM
ll.lilss Harhaa.es

IM 111 n ALES
REAL ESTATE
COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern
Uungalow. four bedrooms, two baj**.
.idler, on the saa. own trivats
bathing beach. 1', acres of Und V egs-
tabli Harden. S milee from Bridgeto-n
al Oardtn. SI. Jamee. Eri
t i". St Peter Phone Sl-SO or al the
premlaaa Garden. St. Jamas.
20 1 O an
HLRNHAM BISHOPS COURT.
St. Michael, standing on 2S.1TS square
feel of land.
The hou,e conlaln* drawing and
un.mg room with cawerad
and usual offices, two bedrooms i"i
running water, one with dressing room
. .Irt and Bath upstairs Two
jbbj wilh toilet and bath.
washroom and workshop and garage
in the yard.
Inspection on application to Mr.
II. H. Bannister. Utal-34'2.
The above i.l be set up to pubtK
cmpetlllon al ihe office of the nd-
>-.day the 17th day of Feb-
rurary lftW at 2 p.m. _..
CARRINGTON SEALV.
LUCAS STRES
Lfti"^* BOYS SHIRTS In
BT** Haj Roysl Sto rhnn
I* aOYt PYJAMAS from *a *
"5* 3 2 VI J4o
fSlJ'. *"N WOKS from rT~M.
* S S SO-Ur
3 2 MUn
i
Ml* Gap
ii a n
-
am_* 1*dJ B
LAJOJ il aaaltf 'M'
,h. 17 home spot* ;srylng
from B.000 *q ft to 1S.0C0 -q Me.
Ita built, and **T"rr>**
... each -oi fro
4- w.tar main, and eleclrsc
furiher iwrttcutam apply Mr
....nhlrssp. or Dtal UM ii.
can be -ranged. ,HM-r
PRtMVtTDBi atear.1 ^"gS
Realdanoaa Miuated -i M,..
Top Rock. BT atodern ?*!?JS*
...hed or unfurniahed al "^n*^
Piiris. For rfee/ln* apply to Ralph A^
He-rd. Hardwood M-er. ", tSe?
rra jis oaaw
Ohrud Chu
BOYCSt

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,TATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
I1VEYORS
Phone 4M.
Plantations Building.
WAITED
HELP
MALE or *XMA1* raweptlonlst wi
i '
the aaa e s s .i
1.ADV living IsUiul.. recoinniatid
( iioh lioi -i KM ii k .nj MAID
n, 4i .
', s
1
ip lo School Certlrtcir Standard. Apply

' F'J".-P*"*'
Limited 11 ISO- -n
seems to

political fanatii on the
power."

phaticallj
thai his : tl
.i chair al I
End Rheumatism
While You Sleep
: Ml |

ppotntJ
Ifl all.
'A. Applications ihaul \ .ada not
m toth Pabruan
___________^_____
new iiikk saavn i
era
N* l.ik till..4
.
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lUrkaOea

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it ne -hoi oi uM I M I
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE
"CHA MPION"
llll Il '
nlo. U-Ih .
iohm. Crsls* wMk* LOST A. fOI.MI,
essatss. I
tssal MseeeslHS * O
edkelnas tsa I help mu- <
r-i 10 UM il ..l, :
risa roMa istaient i.
o -ooihr. IS" snd (lest rl
md Madder aod in>. -
our mien- sal
sins no hsrssfal or a- -
seSs In ) a(t to md I
Mart* IHUa IM .,
Dtir KMneis. Ksdi
ib tea hears. >el I,
*e."
righting or loving lie a.,-
I ploti-
id to mksa lha best
. '.i come U ihe etreti
Ihli one wll,
on ihe edge of >u chair.

il \ M||.in iBSIlng
tola Al.
For MARL, SAND,
UARDKN Mill Hi
and MMi
Dial I II
HARRISON LINE
,ii in \i:ii i i:iim mi i -inn hiM.iHiM
Vfu.1. 1 i.hm Lea.r* sast
BMAM rllllll.liV' 11 ICIAM"
1IOMI.HAKI, 1 OH 1 Mil II MM.IMIM
Vruil. For ( li.sr. Id ll.rlMdo.
PHOOSOPHB"
HiX*
THEATRE fl
in I M
LOST
1'^jUIINli R'art oadrad 'or re-
>htn "f long cut IMeel Earring Lesl
aetae> Ya. I Id* rana Prtom
,4i t a
Miss McNeil. Oanwbank. Worthirg^ ^
focal Glasses tinted On '
.ate Advlg
>nm--
I niteiigtlieiis sad rslaiisnrsles the kksaeys.
>xaie on ihs detksu filter sraa. and ssaaa.
Isles the eaurs sysuss
by Dacraes, I
Owe-None Sarffeeer*
Csstei is spproved by Dsctoss and Che-isU
-i MeM -. aaaM 111 in istm H treat I
treeMea shaen abate Mr J 0 tiir. / i
t* sear* old tad Mase rsfcea i' (*"
eertsraci ssd ssiss. ceslissallr selltur I
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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Barbados Score 686 For Six Wickets
WEEKES HITS FIRST
DOUBLE CENTURY
I uns fur li
Bui'
day's plav vt-sterday.
II could not be ititeiaTad i' il Trim bowled to Weekes ai
BTeekai
i level and i.ad it n... staffer to extra cover off
for this /actor, anoth, i <*hed to mid
record would have gone down in off lor an ea*y .'ingle
the annalt of world crick.- I .- cover drov; t:ie first
Everton Wnkn today exalted ball from Trim to the boundary
himself with a class!- doulJi I
i
ook an eaay i.irle
!
,u.shed and elegant mokes ,\\\ "J> *?"?'J
round the wicket to score the ^ """J ,',^f,"
of his car*er. It was, u(w
a be begrudged by an> sportsman
and eclipsed all previous Kensinii
rarnanps* b> him. Skipper t^.^ier to line leg to send up
John Goddard declared his i: , who off drove tor an
closed at H for and BG u < |n|ll
Foliowint are the scores Alta-tOO*
*rVull r l* <"

iko r Hollox O Chnau-W
r out
(i
. .
- n t>"X
*l'Uil if* "<
id 3. w i. n b I
T ill f vvaQk**.*: I far M. (or !?
, * t for TS. S fcr Mff. tor Ml
BOWLING AKAaLVr-
the middle T-"
fortunate in toeing
zraskiN
at popular inl>
Bob O
U-> Will. ,. Ui-p Ifl I fOOd I
Luci- icok another Mni*
to fine le* -er drove
a ilbi amoun"..
elded l*o
ii-xl -tj.i Trim's I
v. | .. Mr drove
...y ti the boim-
-
Um last
Trim p ist



i
M
the pavil-
i
y mid on.
Waaaaa (i another
. .
:ht ooundarj.
from C is-
.......


.-inings lasted tor 134 m

ua> quickly oil the mark will;
Weekes got a boundar> to line
I last ball from Cask.
KVI.RTON' WtLKfcS ruU one from Norman High!
17.
Kbt a
I

'. including
an.!

it
Weeke* tJjo '
I
< i 381 minute- ,
i-r be-
Kiiuck of 33 i. :
62 for 1
ound and clastic taking
miaaing
portunlties of. the loose
B.C. opened >'.
and took score 62 Week
This is a good sign as
fading light ..I. rcen and.
no one i
tr>ing u> .
for lo-aa
linuea.

and La.*.. U-ibac**
.iU5 lor wild
1 i and
who took a single to gull> of
second en; Lueaa turn- Alter l.uiich
:i, nice.-, to the BfM
Wei k
Norman Wight i | Itaman pulling U
one |cg_ bound..:
acre.
lifrgle |0 tJtfJ

.

.
for I



gle to mid on and Lu

.
Weekes bquh
beau: i:
got on the


i
LVaafca


ill for 1 William* help-
f to a single of. ,nc

A single

I



Ic run.
Hntuh Guiana struik anothui
. ;tbi with

.-tded a
'
Wight ind Weeke-
for

W
I a'(-ed for .
to send ui. v.
ball and bo*
took ..
out the rtrnaJi
At Uiu su.,
field and Thomas ubtitutc>d
!
are leg boundaiyi -"I wm,im '" "mplay one on
illation in giv-
Foate,
Ha had scored" 21
l and had
t Um n ki i (a

upenori his account with a beau-
' d a sing!<
crashed the las* dclivci
.S50 went

.....
pit* This m
Li 412 minutw.
IM Holloa
kd as usual com-
manded respact. The
go up but Atkinson
Mil when
'fed a fourtn
Hi I id made 1"
i.
Skipper Goddard who part-
nered Weeka* should have been
stumped before opening his ac-
count but Glbbc was deprived of
h!5 second wicket when wicket-
keeper McWatt failed to hold the
ball. Goddard was beaten again
in Glbos' next over bu-
he was well in his crease.
While Goddard at this stage o.'
the game was not at all comfort-
able. Weekes on the other hand
i.g freely as.ever, cut-
ting, driving and hoot
delightful regularity.
Wight was given his
rccond spell for the day from the
I. the score at MO
and Goddard hit the third deliv-
erj to the long-on boundary,
mtinued to bowl from
the Pavilion End The 500 went
up when '. Lttd one o*
fries past the bowli-r
bringing him even with Roy Mar-
' 4*1 of 191 and in 12 mm-
M than Marshall's time
of 231 minutes The 600 had gone
In 454 minutes A powerful
'Other de-
livery from Gibba made Week. ^
the highest scorer for his team
nmgs.
.askin who had taken
Norman Wi,
n through mid-off for 4
-uid then ofl his back foot to the
long-on boundary to bring his
total to 200 in 250 minutes He
struck 22 fours The
batsmen were now entirely on
lop of the bowling and but for
loj which was almost al-
UM highest standard thu
.-orinn thou,
would have been even more so.
ame on from the Pa-
i with the score at MO
and bowled to Weekes who made
w, bppi.sh stioke ihrougli slip:
but Gaskin faile-i to get his band
to it and the ball went to the

Nine Kun.
Another full blooded drive by
Weekes u. the teg-bui.:
the next delivery and a single ort
the last gave the batsman 9 runs
r ..nil In.!
came on for the first time fro.n
i End and was driven
long the iarpel
Kdary to bring the total
486 minutes. Goddard
also helped himself to 2 fours in
l!uough the mveis I -
n Itollox's next ovei
it Up In 76 n.
hit six fouis and went
mm- atll Chrlstiani's
.: over for
Id llox who was keeping a
r.th all ilong bowled
: the last
bUl I'.: :
lad to hold
tM and ui-
ran a single. It was the or.
chance- be bad given. Goddaru .-
a as M and the total M6
for six wickets. Th<
ball high but Pairaudeau tiiou?t-
had now arrived and the
were declared closed.
Weekes' 2M which Lnciu
fours had taken 295 n.,.
while Goddard's sco:
minutes during wbk
fours.

ful boat
runs. He bowled
wicket for TT and 8 spcctively. Cl
11 ov.
bowled a maiden.
British Guiana opened th i
innings with Glendon Gtbfe
Bruce Pairaudeau Frank
bowled the first over fron
screen end to Gibbsa lafl
batsman and with the fourl
hver>, had Glbbs l.b.w v.
a single run on the board.
Leslie Wight idled the I
and survived the remainder
overa maiden wicket
Kiilll C i < rlKIMI \m
ktklnaon bowled from the
end and sent down a
Pairaudeau Two runs
ihe result of a no ball and a bye.
ih tbrea to square leg ofT Kings
lacwwl ni.,.: > Wight played out
.
Pairaudeau on drove Atkinson
to the boundary and then cover
iiove lor sand up 10
on .in i
In King's next
i then got
. i lard at silly mid on for
a slrfgle off Atkinson's second ue-
' ght again p
next ovei
to Pairauo>au was a maiden
.e score at 14. Norman
-eplaeed Atkinson at the
*4 rcen end and sent down a
'V Pairaudeau off
Lm boundary, then
Ei ir . .i lost their second
Pairaudeau edged
civ from Marshall
atnar Wood rand*
la v II
I-,, irk
tor M min-
.....ml the in-
n played out the

K Dg for three
lint after being at
i wicket for 35 minutes. Mar-
.iiall sent down another maiden.
Ml succession.
Atkinson relieved King at the
the total at 26
I tiuni who
seeond to square leg
for a couple and later took a
tf a no-ball.
1 bowlad another maiden
.i and Atkin-
miI down one to Wight
art down another maid-
en and Atkinson did likewise.
Christiani got past Taylor at
square leg for a couple off Mar-
shall and then got an aag
to mid-olT. Chnstiani on drove
single and later
Wight also got a single with a
lide.
now been in progress
t .all sent down anothei
maiden and his analysis read 7
aldaoj 3 runs 1 wicket.
King took over from Atkinson
at the screen end He bowled to
Wight who turned him nicely to
tine leg for a single. Chnstiani
iot a single to square leg and later
Manual to the
i Ltndaf)
King's next ovei 10 Wight was
a maiden. Roy Marshall replaced
r.\s brother at the screen end with
the score at 41 He bowled to
who pulled a short one
to the on boundary and later cover
trie boundary.
Wight sent up 50 in 77 minutes
with a neat glide off King for a
rouple. R :iext over
vielded 5 including a beautiful
cover drive t-
With the score at 56. C\ U. Wil-
liams was brought on from the
i
bowled to Christiam who pullea
his llrst to the fine leg boundan
and then played out the re-
Hoy Marshall bowled a maiden
his first for the afternoon to
Wight Williams' next i

tall bowled the
for the day from the
rnd and sent down a
maiden to Wight. The
;i3, Wight
.
s
<
.o'lox 33 s in
Baa If *
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