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PAGE 'l\\(> SUNDAY VDWil Ml -'">"' K i AMI A III 1MB I IWE.MA (M.mtrs OrW %  ONDA1 HI IIM-HM VII.IIT jt .l. at 8.30 fAHAMOINT presents ••r###. PALEFACE ~ i am b. t. Starring BO i' l.e-l.*.. Mi MOW TONIGHT „. MO) If THKATHK MONDAY at SJO p.m. KNEOID eOGEAlB pHMBvBOCnR) %  ra HY*WiV. Wiih h.lf hour IWM4 Mu*tr b> AriwM MeanwelTs Orchestra %  .rumoS'FoTTAI.ENV AIHX.-S CHILDRD. THIS MORNINC. FROM 9 an. THKITS (or ALL " ***> TO-DY w Hunted hy Killer. Wllrtji hy The Law NO FUTURE hut %  httllet in his HncK ..•...,-.-.-,-.-,-.'.-.-.-.•-•.----•-'•'-'-'•'''---'•'-'•'•'•'• % %  •' % % % % % % % %  • %  • % % % % %  % % % % % % % % % % % % %  ROW TIIEATIIi: TO-NIGHT BUN. & TIKS al Ml p.m. •O*M PtoT* Cwp. p KIRK DOUGLAS in Ping Lardnt' "CriyVMflOM MARILYN MAXWELL AJTH3E KENNEDY mi FALL STEWART %  POm "OMAN • LOLA AUPIGH. ,ta.d kr STANLEY KRAMER Tii*i P.iJ'"i Till *"-—' *T *** lrtM 9 GLOBE THEATRE MONDW lJlh FEB at KM I*"*GRAND ALL STAR TALENT I alamrr* ol last J Yakut fUsew-1 NITE ..lib PKYLUS COLLYMORE LUCILLE CRAIC COLLEEN ASHBY ELMA WILLIAMS MARCEL WILLIAMS ASH %  VAN! BASCOMBE BYRON ROLLOCK FITZ HARIWOOD COSrORD HUSBANDS KEITH SEALTY EGBERT TAYLOR ( Plfh Your Winner lor IV SUrer Caf. Plus Swert Muatr bj Kb. Ill ALL RAM Oreheaara C.ndurlrd by Mr. ArneM tteanwell TlrkeU On Sal. TO-DAT M. M. • •* PROGRAMME CANDY JUST A LITTLE FOND AFFECTION \NA LOVE THAT GUY I DONT SEE ME IN YOUR EYES ANYMORE BACK BAY SHUFFLE NO CAN DO MEDLEY NO 2 lALDONIA CALYPSO SESSION Vocal Refrains hy F.rnr-. Small. Casper OHM ana Arnold vlraiiwell H B EXCELLENCY ihe Governor and Mrs Savajr accompanied by Mr. W Lamber: were amon the crowd aamiail ovr a thousand stronu who were at he valentine Dance at the atarlne Hotel last nijM. Merer was : ie Marine ao beautifully decorated. paper hearts were evei? where and Post bora and elrls kept bobbin* among the crowd delivering Valentines Many games of chance wer-' going on around th. Hotel balcony were several bridge .in the launae. There were ao many more people present than there was last year that the ladies who organizer] :ne dar.ee did not prepare enough nipper They were extremely aorry about it, but everyone had such a wonderful time that it was hardly noticed. Will Come Again R AND MRS. A. L. KERR of la-aside. Toronto, returned home yesterday morning by T.CA. after spending about a month's holiday. They were staying at the Hastings Hotel. Mr Kerr told Carib that while I here, they paid short visits to I Grenada and St. Lucia and were I very much impressed with the lalands. especially the hospitality of the people. It was their llrst rislt to the West Indies and they expert to return again. Mr. Kerr is President of the Bayrlew and Leaside Businessmen's Association and also proprietor of Kerr"s Pharmacy in Leaside. Au Revoir O N Morday night a Farewell party was held at the home of Mr Livingstone Arthur. Bank Hall, in honour of two ladies Mrs Amy Bedford Deane and Mrs Miriam Clarke both of the U.S.A. A large gathering of friends was present and everyone thoroughl> spent a gala evening. Mrs Amy Deane left for the USA. on Wednesday after paying 'ier first visit to her homeland witnin twenty-nine years. Qcutib falling TWO OF HIE MANY lovely rmtumn worn by Flfnlse slsnetl ind t.lonn w irren in En, raj (ortruomim production of HIGH n Ml: u the Empire rhctrr on March 16th ,r.| .; Excellency the Governor has kmdlv aaajaai I I t tile performance. M R SHOWING OLYMPIC in mam 1-1 tuu IN a REELS II I BDAl A. I III E8DA1 I'IN'AI. I.SSTAI.MI NT II U 1.1 J lO-NIGIIT AT 9.13 }( XHS$ Men %  *! do stryihinc for Am... JuCa*fa\\ Former Bank Manager R. AND MRS DESMOND nights FITZGERALD arrived yesterday by T.CA. and they expect to be here until Easter. This couple needs no introduction. M itfr Fitzferald used to be Ma n ager %  >l the Canadian Bank of Commerce here. They were last in Barbados In 1948. and now live outside Toronto, at Milton, Ontario. They are here on a holiday and staying at the Windsor Hotel em An Attractive Show .OARIB has been informed that the Laoyal Brothers of the Star have obtained the use of Queen Park to stage their second annu. Carnival and Fair on June 8 this reai The Brothers' efforts drew a large crowd on the last occasion and they have planned to put on w attractive show again this year GLOBE HALF HOUR SWEET MISK PROGRAMME Goirif To Tell All Their Frienda A FTER a holiday of two weeks. Capt. and Mrs. D Mc Calx from Brampton Ontar... to Canada yesterday by T.CA. Capt. Mc Cabe is a Pilot with T.CA. and flies on their Domestic Comings And Gaaaj M Following The Cricket Cloiely M R. and Mrs. A H.. \JIV. Theodore CHai Who .;.!.. U „ ^ j^— month already, plan to from Janaa^ more months in barb rralay. holiday. Mr i!o\v• %  ing the Crlckc %  Framptaa, Apnaal from Briti:h Guiana being Advi Di-veloomeaiaai : .ililng Proprietor ol Gomes fare returned from Tna*< They plan to tell all their town. friend's what a wonderful plan"hey are staying wlUl Barbados U and they only wish Mrs. Clerfl their two weeks could have been Mr. Com. two months. broulcr anil HW.LA i'rvipton Geofli." whou for the Colonial m^^H 1 'Hy fnag PfcULEnE GODDARfl / MaUaB axlinaa OMfcaw IHCRnti.AO liavo in Stock . \l IMIMIM SIIKKTS—Gfl. 7(1. Hit. 9ft. Iflfl. 13ft. I \ I aatn SIIKI-TS—lift. 7ft. 8ft. 9ft. IMt GALVANDXD SHF.K.TS—6ft Ms. Hid SIHNC.l.KS CEMENT ALUMINIUM Cl TTI RING C.A1A AM/ED GUTTERING I lll'I'KR GUTTERING "-<". ah w ; A to .tat! rriiudao, taafiVJ (or CarajfaaaH 111 Sun Flower—Vocal Refrain Orchestra 131 Juntpln at the (;lobe (composed bv A. Meanwell! World erMIE British X w; Theatre Count i: ill be open as usual at 8.15 p.m. this evening for those wi: wish to listen in to the Tonicht it is tn.. was ma ntijp at last part of Hamlet, beginm: 8 30 p.m. \ MUSICAL RECITAL (in a Two-hour Programme) FOLK SOSCS! THE BIGGEST TREAT IN A CENTURY! Electricity Available. Pit 24c. Low House 30c Up House 48c. Balcony 60c. SAT 4 MON —8 30 P M WARNER'S Action Thriller of the R.A.Ft — suiiAiinuv with Ronald REAGAN—Olympe BRADKA also the Much-Talked-About REPORT ON TIW ATOM A March of Time Series. Weddings M ISS Staff) Goodi idge, daughter of Mr. ani Woriu Goodnagc oi nk Hall %  Ttki Britk %  %  %  .• %  i ( %  %  %  perTho l.i %  %  %  W MM ber of ti corge's Boy%  LMMBJ to MIM 0m I The bri whrto rni-d a ttOUq %  thurtui in marriage b'. Barton and the nuptial Knot wa^ EI.ET0II 03SW0M 1 \ T \~' i M", MR. OaWstOE ULLACURTL M R. and M" OeorieD, "J hy 1 of New York, arrived • Friday afternoon from St. Th< via Antigua. Mr. Delaei-. 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v irn nrvKY IJ. I1.-..I New British Play is Hailed as a "Great Masterpiere" The IUY UUOI ATI PAGE THREE Review Of lieairkal Drought is Over in New York But Hollywood Plods Atonf Caribbean I FgrDKItll i\ COOK is *n odd Uioughl lhat when W^ Mm • %  llrcns M • rcUa it is relegated 10 V bill al " baek "ireels. on Ihe ground i*'~" " i "loo highbrow'• %  J ,• Ihe 0 that Is hlgh^^mSp. ol ,ed ^ a great mii.Ter^^La a.ve come to town. P ie c* and tne American i one hailed by the playwright! come in tor "> !" Enchanted %  corned v In Ka rale th. 'can Clraudoux. adapted by %  Vftar • % %  Maurice Valency (who also adaptlait.i.f >! pi'' 0 '' dramatic l Giraudoux's The Madwoman Er>. lh Mil are "' Lnoillot). with Leueen Mac %  a^£aadmn around in u rioye Bratn: Tl.is posthumous aopcar.,; m of Giraudous's Intermezzo '"!. Broanway Is a charming urimsicality with life-altcr-dcalh theme. 00 %  gtabttorr. whirh opened at story ol an inaitu ,' %  • ,! arun little •JrU. %  II ilnd a 10 desperation by her br nce %  -'• %  a-f-fa-^Bre out (Si I 'Pucin Science' |im' does not ellek as llrmly as %  nich Mlp The Madwoman. But n BSSglhein. • %  >. back the English star who %  ) he rot the lull import ol her tlrst big Broadway hll with •Jfte Robert Morelev in Edward My •aaajSj ,hal -Eliot Sun. and who is now among ihe *aU"< Mn no:-to-be-mused top-liners ol thet a^. . !" T,kl C; New York stage. still Mllng the ho, 11„. I,Urn IJol Th.^Ma*, by Mel Dinelll. w.lhi -aesor and Cleopatra. rig. LUUe I The illm world plods ..i I ouough t' nothing outstanding from Holtj i mttaduu Dorothy Glsh. A grim piece! lb. cocktail Part; e about homicidal mint, .„.„ :,blr thin. 10 gag againl) by a writer of lllm and •Bttter o' not 'I"' n I Miockers. Glsh — terrific g0iw long or make anymonej General impression, bnrr a stager onsanop. Thi I Roman ,,•,,.., rn?h?T ,'K ,S > . Ul CalnoHc Chureh wdng. wow.*^odied for The Swedish flln %  ""ft marry here sho.i^ Aiiiencan oiendi worried rrvnoiu. bout ihe "anti-British" upocti rung to haw r this story. They need worry serrated later by play is closinK, Before this v:m be dot more. Thi i Shaw's TWII Hits The Dnll'j lli.i[lr lunt, Dennli King, is the latest play in Evi Young Vic. In America thU is one of Shaw* most steadily neglected plays. %  % %  . . | %  %  It was possible — though i Allow the .urch. %  %  a be made %  %  ': AOUW onlv i-ymoon so that Fmncis. %  laV miitht *" i Iv annulU'n. nitary. But. he .uidei. : I I -lick and competent iJw Question of A Ion, if not an hlsl Shaw is now Britain i only regarded thai M with two hits in Now ihe urant;nu of %  i York—Hardwicke and Lilli Palmer ment of Roatttlli %  tl Rcaaalltnl .i. ntieymoon %  %  hould not be lu-ld til i tnt longer Heater. Rossellini B. B. C. Radio Programme Disclaims ROME. Feb. 11. Bw. Director Roberto m lafti.T. -sii: I,J> in%  Bergman, released In the M States by ihe It K.O. •apany. h-.-.rr %  T^'v %  :: K n %  a they ^>bservr. the i m that %  Mea should be L m ktapp, %  n-i he '-presumed that w*aiu,. [i .. HuHdaf. Ftbrbars I*. IHM Th* Nr*.. t II I II %  HI N'MhlB -1 Ihr Oprl. tan EdituruUi. U.IO um I'roi!r.n,ru. Patadc 81H.'D am. Donald P*rr. ft Down. II 'Noon. Ng-. Ill" I 15 p.m. Sunday Scivlrc 12.44 p.m. Kay on 1,11 p in Radio Sf..rwl 1 10 p.in IU> • a Lu*h ? pn 3 10 |>m lion* Nrw. ftoni I: %  Masazinv. 3.30 ; %  pin Thr Nrw to pn laMriuda %  any Hall-Houi. 4 So p.in VnilatMa 5 P"> I *r Hour. S45 i ..i.l MUIIC. 7 f in TinNt-wa. l,lfl 15 pm. Cai.libM.il Voic. 7.4J pm Pifl)Pi i [i %  i s.is p m. Tom Jnnr. Trio H JO p.m. Sunday Serv.c* • pm The Nt*. U 10 |i in H ifin Biiuun. w.15 p'ii Ufa 9 M p "i Tip Top Tnn* 10 p.m. I guidon M pm Ray-, a Louflh. II p.m. %  Win ''! % %  ML %  •*• 7 a.m. 1 %  m. UHawiff*'Chol<. 7 43 a m tpaaklna. 8 a.m. Prom the Liamm* Parade 115 am Dame Mu>ic. 9 a m. Close Down II 'Noun* Th* New*. 13.1" AIMITSU II II inn i'i,.ii. IZI> p.m Mii.if Irtnii Um. • a I IS p in. Kudln Nru-irri 130 pm. Hav* .i Go I inn %  %  Britain l| p m Loikdon Forun. I p i.iParmdc. 3 30 t %  %  %  u. 7.IS p.m Callini; II ( tinuld Mailer-, h N.-.irH reil Or>n->lra. p I %  %  103* p.m. i>i ("ofiimoiiwvallh BuTV*) II P in The MOi.ro N Kll I It.W. Mr. Remember this label,f IT IS ONLV PLACED ON GOODS OF FIRST QUALITY %  Alwatjs aakfo* MORTON Lessons On LOVP By Radio PARIS. Fob 10. i %  %  what to .-• %  %  — iKmlrr.) 1..IH1 HVt'k's 4.H4N-. Si.ir I Voices Swanajr, proai.. BBC's programme -CaribDeen %  ol recent contriWitions'tu ihm programme which '• broadcast every Sunda*. m Jailing the Wrs Sundays broadcast All contributors whose work lias appeared I last year wit: Ing in to hear what Mr bwanzy has to say about their work but his remarks will be ol tan, unsuccessful would-be writer? who have not .vtt had their work read in this proirramrue of West Indian prose T. those who r development of literature in this area and the general public. Al an added attraction the flnrt half "f the (irr.tframm.--Mr Swanzv': talk will be in the second half— consists of ana ( the best short be hi';ird m • fj i^ i gripping Tobago legend written Hoach H ( Tobago. Broadcast begins at 7 15 p m Ud if the half-hour OB Sund,iv 12th inst. encourages iw to submit work for I Kramme the>should note that manuscn; %  ll>M and B welromed ;*t ihe BBC's west Indian office Address them to The BBC. P O Box. 408 n, Jamaica. B.W I. Mr. Attlec .ml Mr. (lun.l.il 1 The current series of broadcast the political leaders oi lltkl tn (ireat Btiiw being given in the Home Service and repeated in the GO 8 To wind up the campaign on the all Mr Churchill will ihe inth last while %  on the 16th adcasts lcgi! will lx> repeated on the following day at 12.45 p.m.. but at tlus latter time tin %  a and reeepUon maj nol ba tood. Mr, minutes • Churclui! ill last for half-an-: Nan \V.IM-I,. M ,II,S comes into operation and for the %  it here-— 1.1' p.m. io 4.13 p.m. 13.84 metres or 21.67 1 0 p.m. to 7.15 p.in lft. II megacycles 6 pm. to 11.15 p.m. 25.52 metre* or 11.75 megacycles; 7.15 11.15 p.m. 31.32 metres or 9.58 map cycle*. These are 1115 p.m. 31.32 metres or 0.38 megacycles. These are II beams to this ana but the B1C can also be picked w beam to America which G.O.S. The programmes on these latter will be the same to •her for the most part the main rhani;. 7.15 p.m. and 7.45 p.m. aac*l day whan our beams carry the "Caning UM West In.i' not on tr.r other l>eams. Africa Today | %  series t Journe) will be he.ird u. tl on Thursday. Just at programme luld of Leonard Cot. ind impressions of the West Indies this secono %  ne wlU tall ol CoUn Wills' journey round Africa gathenni; mateii.il tor the Chiistnias proBatllawj and for this one Wblcl has been broadcast in the Home It will be on ihe ;ur at 8.15 p.m. Thursday 16th February The children are so lively and yy... KLIM is so good LtieepS them diat way uyi ELSIE the BORDEN cow KLIM MILK rlSt IN MtlSfBINCI THI WOIID OVII Xo lovvlivr pvriH .Ul— %  , al /-* Soft, aatiiraVlooluna curtt UK MT| hr day I |>ocp, ,.a.clil MM thM U.i : %  aaCBI BHl i.vaihi! \~s 4* "CURRY POWDER" IS. BRYDEN & SONS (B'dos) LTD. iurba areuatd naMl.^.n V, vour Tooi will look at Nweij %  nd last as long at ihe mott espcaunpcrni — /orafratnmtfdufMl I— at eav t> 4a I AmanriKlr aagf I If you ran roll yaw hair up in curlera you can am **wHU a Toa. — a UM L IBI I III AJ riMiiiiiaia>j •* raao> own bawl A w iag a wavunlinw i* oaJy i* hn. TtNM M ggaj to tarn-1 To* wart. M y hair Utat wig lake pom — ia c laoa n a grey or ayad hair — and Tooi'i oaud, gcnik aakn noaan nco dgQdrca'i haby-Uac ffWa-ah Tnto a— law lair h-U %  -*> suft, bouiiral warn and MoUy ^ N^ Mlia a, orLoodoo> arc kisBucal iwau. Nancy, on the right, ha. the Tcsu. Sa* aayi, No oa* tao tell ihe daVrnwe br twtca my Toea and Nialty'i espcapafaa' I BwllwwTBwkwBwl IW curlm. Dab on In*. ICKffi-lHIMMf..l( t^.iUHl^raNMwlp yew with tM hack cana. T liEDJJfai OKAMT LTD, BftlDOKTOWN brought a happy change After suffering from Hire* painful complaints, thta man writea to tall us how Kruschen brcuahi .ibout a "compute transformation" and quickly gave him back the joy of living :— "Up to a month ago, I had tulTared continual!? from kldney Jlaorder. aciatl>>a, rhaumatlasn. and I icenarally felt olT-. olour. I was conaiantly tired. 1 iriaJ manv rrmedlesbut without effect until T gave Kruschen Ralta a trial. ID four weeks Kruschen haa brought about a complete iransformatlon I oncr> mori* f*vi it ia good to baailTa." s v N The kidneys are the flltera of the human body IfihavbacosM aluga-i*h. lmpuritlea aaa* into lh* i !oo.l at ream and lha aaed ol !iaIf-a-doien common atlmenta ll sown. leatlfia ccnbinatien <•! mineral Kalta in Kruachfi. raaturea lha kldnaya to nornal htwltliy action Th otoar icrater% orsana alao an atimulatad ao lhat : All :rapur:ut ar.il poiaonoua waata ara recularlv iipclled Than alunaaai Tsnaiw—lUa Da c ot n ea a iov asain awarea FAIR OR DARK HAIR RECEIVES SEPARATE OWE WITH n trial vi.urs.ll Tou %  m *u Cbsnusu saa For FORMAL ill UNIONS OR SPORT WEAR select vour msm, HATS, Hat imest assorlment in stock now .MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET. ROWLANDS^ MACASSAR Oil ROTI AND S MACASSAR Oil > more than hairdrcaina — %  nd a rrtr good oar at thai — ft I a -ptandad ha.r tnuc too It worti %  n ijt*nnfic prinonki Awi fiiba*d •'umnh*drTeci t.tdark ha r. rraliir. II (I .m wiih healih and .ttalitv fAIR HAIR U ..tiutive w ihe iiie ol Hair Tom %  and Prwuin. Manv ladie. fail %  giva their hair proper anoukm %  I lawKwl J Mi awnwii tradaoad thrtr 'OWaVar* Maoitaar * not darken iht ^11 tha l>fnefit> %  .T ,atv *hcmer i hair to 1v r*r : ih genuuu'i.>lto o< ROM I Tt1t CHOICE or DtSTtNGUW n t*tn a v/g.VEW foa is: YZAFI For you who want a rounded look...it's Allegro by QJlaiden 7wn TOU Ibl )0ur silnouettt rwnfleJ ,OL .mt Allegro 'M* hn, front mwit iHutn you itDiiation. iht molded cups inuie it Hm ou love in bandeau and Nag* band Hlas-in ttaiaw. *hite M ti> iyon satin, whdt w IWOM cotton broad cloth: and nylon marquisette or nylon t ^tti. mil it i maiden Tbun a im, iin n linn! .Doctors test Pahnolive Beauty Plan** -PKOVE 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3 CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN • Thirty • nine doctors — includinw; le.uHngikin gpcclaltfii 'i > %  i nplrlrrj i |Hawt) r.iiniuiiw Beaut) Plan ot uuuieni ".MIIIITI \A .ill aye*; vvtth e\'ery type >l skin. They rCpCfl •> %  Irhnite notirr.ililr iiiipinvrihciit in rhr ioinplr\|.,i Mipportad i>\ aigncd BUUem i Hgt wtmini thnn>i hn Particular im(Mu\rnicnts observed were:— Skin less oily L ** coarse / • . ' Pr *h.r, ,„, c/o '•'r ***/*, .mi. UM, ran BapetS hwaM -kin improvi rncnls—in onlv 11 ,| a ,. ewy man .idmire. jnd n.rv ,.i„.i„ ,, I'alnHili.r Hraiiiv l'l..t, ggM | ll


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"M-l Hll K ••I \I.\Y ADVOCATE M M).\V lillK l U SPORT B.G.Batsnwn Bowled Out For 257 Runs at 11.30 %  innings with Use T HE Jamaica-Trlnldad IBUn '" %  '"' h "W taker. '", T h0 "nurs have B„nt to TrlnM.vl wincing win. and a *.wjn the two TesU pi"" i nanwnl la of added mpon sine. %  £ JaLtaa-TrirJ. U art.". Gu.analt.rb.do, •eriea, n.. <•" T "<" m "" ,.50,. wou.d h"vo boo,, mor. .,. nidged bvl"' ettm, ofth. Cnd some bnv I %  %  > "'" "" Wlth r^'o^^rTnn,d:„ -tot ,n,crna„„n a! Slollrnevcf Jcrfv OM, WOM Ferguson and Andy Gante.umr ,., weaknesses of the Jamaican team enumerated above f-vEAUNG nrst with the Trinidad team 1 am ot the opinion that \J j 1 was the l>cst batsman ot the tournment. not only of the Trinidad team but ol the I ntlrt batamea on botk ,,t the head ol the batung r • C B \\.11i..in> %  hail n .il 117. The cott and sent down a mai> t> returned to batsmen were taking i .macho had another w tr, and often placed balls life off Williams when Taylor B.G. Bais I With a deficit of 429 rur. ,iana was forced to on and opened again with P jeau and Gibbs. King again opened the attack from the Screen End. this I Pairaudeau and M maiden to the batsman. Atkinson bowleo? from the Pavilion End. left hander Gibbs getting into hii wicket and turn. tf the first ball nicely to leg lor a single. This batsman turned tho fourth ball of King's next over neatly to leg for 4. Pairaudeau ipened his account in Mk next over with a single to mid otT and went on to score 12 rti King in Ml next OVW U < a boundary to long on and another to long off. Clyde Walcott came on from the Screen End with the 10 and had Gibbs beaten with the rirstball us it swung from the lea the to the off side. He bowled two The overs before the end of play those J'" 1 yielding 9 runs. Atkinson bowl. *%J ii. MtntalTi nix. Christian! on drove lb* ,'. livery lo the bounda .. loojnvd M ad King at The Screen End arnazingly quick aend down a rrrud-n : Marshall's next over yielded a single Wight added %  ivermght score of 6. when he hen Taylor fourth ball went for 4 byes ,,„„... off which it seemed runs could fielding near the pull boundary the batsman played the nevtto ed the last over a maiden To G,b^ ,ve been made The score fell in attempting to bring off the fine leg for a brace. He singled from he Screen End. At the just crept along Wight taking IM cBtch. The batsman eventually the last ball to meet King from cIose the score was 31 runs vvunnutes to make his twenty-fltn got a boundary the screen end with the new ball. out i OMi Pairaudeau being 17 not the score then being 219. King's oul> and Gibbs 14. 5.V ,hird DaU wem for 4 leg bye bur ,-^.r iMv-nr.s f.r wicket to drive one from Williams fte batsman got his feet in front BARBADOS FIRST mm ,nd missed but wicket-keeper of tne w i c ket to the next ball 7 f hristiani wnich nf missed and was out L ,. ._ i nex 1-b.w. for 4 The score was then for a couple. Marshall bowled a 223 fof 7 Rollox was the next mi was now 68 rui. maid n t0 Camacho. JJ"> "iiman to the wicket and King com'uS^T^^IhtafS? ':re^n'aner r T!nch S X Seli'a ^ "* !" Andy ( ,lrove lhe H !" 1 b a \ 1 .?} il 147 — ..mong those who have been able to C, B Williams took charge of the leather again from the Screen End with the score at 113. Christian! skied the second ball W ^,„ then M h-1 square leg. Atk; running in but failing to take the catch. Christian! was now and ... given two lives and a possible third. Lunch was taken at the end early in his innings p after some uncertain..* .<* •.,* %  • — —— arovc MIC nm >*-' %  * "* —* %  •"". **>*•.*• --— % % %  %  — — ——— V i to score a polished century, but next over. He had oeen extrcmey OI the over with the score „-".* — whi, have* been able to cautiou>OW J the jftr 2. Chri.uan, not out 69 and wicket for 23 minutes a single t out 2 single Marshall's iielded a single. • Berkely n4abli „, mt, and the opening days of play ado, Te,t, her. thai Roy Marshall s innings of ,„ ,_ experienced bowling of J Caskln and Roll.." has quite overmatched Qinl DAZZLING AGGRESSION „ ha, scarcely seen an ,nn,n t of 3 aggression by an opening bataman than that, and comp.ny been^ble to comshall when It, m**m* opening bafm.n to the Indies team is being considered. Jeffrey Slollm.ye, s double centuiv In the flrB match u, ho as J ribhave been painting it It .. C that at 51 he wa. miwed by Fuller off an ea.y catch to deep m"d-on but pronting by th„ nUUkg he reached hi. form durl Crof the innings and after he had reached 120 hU cricket was 5umcss HI. flcld.ni wa, • good during lite tou. and orT quite a few occalons it wa, brilliant. Jeffrey Stollr nber one bataman for the Wen Indie, G ^ai^3SSSS5 h <1 1! m th which EVast Indies to-day. %  %  %  • NEW BOWLING FIND his -. . ...... i ,n cithei of the teams, but th< Jar.iaican bauT w .-.%  %  .n greatlv, in that thc> tievel uw^i thm f-<'t in gelonly 2 extras up to the period. After Lunch Christiani covet drove one from There were Williams for a single and later Camacho pulled him to the on boundary and then took an easy Eric Atkinson came on in place of Walcott at the Screen End and bOwtad with great pace to Wight sending down a maylen to him. Rollnx edged the first ball of King's next over which both wicket keeper Wood and C. ( I Ylr WAI.COTT %  loes n*.t use Cm resumption after lunch. Wil. hams bowled the first over from Marsna n Wlt h h %  an end and sent down %  maiden to Wight. Normal Marthall bowled from the pavilion Christiani on drove and Camacho :,ied a single, attempted a Single, Christiani sent tver drove Williams' mm back, but I efore he could -> %  fur a single and regain his crease. Walcott who had out the remainder ill bowled a maiden \> Dd Williams sent down •i. Wight M ingle—a cover ent down another n io Chi.stiani and %  a -ingle to point off .-! .> anu Wii.it 1 plaved the other. Lucas took over from UarshaU /.ion end and bowled I who took a cover off the first ball. v ign; tinder. long single on : .to make total 127 and his individua single to extra cover Christiani wuu at first slip failed ~ tnenpushedtomid-onforasmgle !" K T*e\*X* !" n Kad not yet !" n opened his account. He did so when he snicked a delivery With Marshall's third delivery, through tne slips to the l>iundnrv BRITISH "GUIANAS PHttST RffNW C. OiWw 1 b.w KinB B Pfa !" udUW c w k iWoodi b S B Mtinhall I Wight b W.looll R OuUrtlatnl c w K 'Wood' i William* O Cmrho run oul Q Pwiid b WilliamC A Mc W-U I b ' KIM N W!< <""' Exinw: b II. I* *. " 1 ToUl DEFEAT OFFICERS during a p-riod of %  -._ '' %  t n> % %  it vTJ**8 struggle throughout hi .t * •rskeptup^^H • %  -... was marked by strong kj?* both sids without o>ftS??* tion but as the aaJS^lJj* 1 outh teams displayed a^!?*, back had cleared S £f J* time when ., K oal seem-diB that fine combination *£*$' nessed resulting in the ^ for the Petty OfflcTrs"?*Smith at inside right MLA received the ball ;i '? %  moment's delay ma*T^H which iH.atLittledale.WwtJ Hay enntinued until ajjgfl other" On the resumpuoo u> aRoom Offl< ers began to ;if ,^ -forward Gmmtm bled his way through * all look a lonif range shot to 2 It was durmo v. ...^^ marie off the next ball .. mi and Wig) %  the over. %  kept on for some time %  n tne rate ol monoto-. I his 50 in " mln Uv for a single. Ha 1 fours. ff Atkinson's next over. Wight had already got off the mark in this over with %  >ingle. Walcott was given hts • %  tht Pavilion End with the score at 24" Two runs were scored off the over and Hoy Marshal] came on from 'he Screen Dg about a double change Three runs were made Dg the total to 253 in 327 minutes. W.-ht Out lug forward to the ol Walcott's next over edged the ball and ana by •vickat keeper Wood for 7. Gaskin partnered Rollox and turned the third delivery to leg for 2. He repeated the stroke for a siagte. Rollox played the fifth ball and skied the last for wicket keeper Wood to take an Ith the score at 256. Trim was the next man in buL j %  ',,:... 11. third delivery of Walcott'*: next over and was easily taken by emergency fieldsman K mid on for 4. The 11 It 1 18 p.m. for 257 u. ing Hi t taken 348 minutes. irf wtckt-! 1 fnr 0. S df %  4 for 1ST 1 for 300. lor 21: IS. 8 for SH BOWt^fNO ANA: N B Mamnall w 'T S C B Wllllama 3 i H I iicaa .... 8 IS ;a ^ r. D W-eK* I I T ArmFSmtMA* 2ND INNINGS •; nibb no( uoi 'j n rimiiuHa'i not out BOWUNQ ANALYSIS King Atkinson !, waieaa It was during the aaaaf that both tcainB.wcrpKnatfl best. Five minutes i** a Ward Room Ofncers hud ^J ed a goal, a melee enwejuS goal area and Box Iromi left wing a Petty Oflker gsS through to again put hit dZa top. Then followed an iua9 -., J ty Offlcem played stubbctthj their lead and th7|J Room Officers to cover ion pj % %  > %  < was kept 4| both teams and It wai onfJ i the name UatM the Petty Oihcers' centnsuaB got away and scored oagjl help his s ide win by a thnaaj margin. The ttanu were: Petty Officers: Gibson, Igfl Tuck. Wharton. Lane S Daly, Smith, Cook, Plnyla Box. Ward Ku,iii ofllcen: Ufc dale, Edmunds, Glmmoodi k*. nett. Manners, Wright, Gtaa, Barras, Gower, Peane a40| 1 man. (J ..C.lMi.-t ••' %  %  • aaa Rai •saskssagj %  ... %  gtandart """* %  v.l II. BOXED F l I MUr •ndr* Baa I Umtao*rSSfcri well Might' I for the par right arm ^awnii since 1 think thai C n Wll tttts nsSat arv .pmi.. n. tht fit;-Barbados Tests Li -l.i i WIGHT ; 136. King too* flekledi b roke the wicket. Camacho ...er from llV cored 20 including three bowled to Wight and sent down I fcjpunj,,] Ith a ii gic off wiirtiani off under 9 overs. King took 2 for Wight edged through slips to ihi drovv ._ 45 in 19 overs which Included B boun : lni and C. B. Williams wno lW U p after 2i!t> minutes' play, wui23l ; n>naUv aalso took a sent down the m %  same bowler off the l.tth da and thai -nher. poattM With lbs seor al U i %  itm.uned in the.i ci ., KJ. r.n l">w! to Weke.<. I .1 Walcott. quare ;, .boundary. n.,u m piavi rs hki s H nton (llltei l • no mini. had 1 • ...Walcott i ng the • %  %  V. .. %  bowling 1 1 %  J0U in R A doubla 1 hat it been bo Lanr< I than t). 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BOLLOX .. ..urteen boUndarbM and lasted ,.ood efforl. laileti (or 262 nut in Camacho Ui the 107; Weehes In i the pace sending down 1*0 %  lean at 113 and rrdckf on him had he been backed up bj VALENTINE SHOULD 00 A IjrREi> ica'i alow left arm bowler should • land. He spii.s the ball both waya and Is i K '"' He can be steady and | He sent down twenty-four consecutive i i t and commanded the greatest rc>i i Hll rMirnlisal of Gerry Gomei at f§ fPU n irl rdng .. bataman down until he I false stroke. n I tin scant W* loux ; tad >f a steady left an bow'.* i i 1 %  ,,i ,v ''' '-vould b* abli I tb, ot • riierlVicket* if the batsmen dared to tak< Lg selected to fill that poMiion Mud.' gilaJbU U thaw jj tIj %  %  Lass and should be •• %  '•*• K n add although was consistently good, headma the batting averages for his team and scoring 251 In I I %  * even \#\\e, rat class batsmer are ficvei ( . • % %  (ii'i.^i C'halknoi f"i example and I think . %  • t %  'i"'.. n .. strong one %  I have seen hi l n „ %  d in Trinidad without %  piftl It an d r*o' looV lik%  %  NO 8HOWIK0 G lf so he kng at all When Is... iKiundary.. eamo ba> r: On resumption I |. bowled from the t igs— 29 all toio, claimed 2 fur He bowled 5 maidens. 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„ v y. FEBRUARY 12. l!t:,u ftESDA ) I _,-ed iron. l*.i~I BOX"" r*c£s • e locn *T Modem H.h \ La S Tuesday EcT^ "> "" b n %  E, wonder Hollis ilfSE. sent >o try con^SUcinl show in .he 1g*S\ c i wbo has been l**?£nedra'v>ii H *M ;.-., %  ."• %  """> ,Vi >* row down ,"K JL c0U r.jeou battler -j"floor .o win .he |£nui" ''"•' : BS*, win opp arrival will be acJft*, ,he V MCA. and %  JEnmshini: • Lima, the Modern Blgl -"Ban. Roebuck Street ^mshirew.ll i VSi rsl Intel awinx Tournan 4 local spoil fak Solomon h Czar Of Boxing I, JOE THOMAS ta &1M" Solomons, 1 PJ^aning' 1 boxing promoCJSn becoim tb"Car iBjy promoters throughout Km, Italian, French and, mtnol every JcgMurimr to h.. a ids 'bills, of far %  Egfl (Bin, whose real fc jUitomo Bwdinelli and %  Euclid. Ohio Boxer who wants to do III tfiOoi under Solomon's dther in the United k a Britain. Bit the present moment Sololap be is not for % % %  wJeafoJack "Doc Ki irns, I Jack Dempsey I %  a garoom. SUB Ml that he should grab a lai promoter in An Surly Sold On Idea pi Marly sold on i Bag told this writer, "but I V *tdd.ed that when I pro*. > %  America it muist be is .1 ^pHaUveof a Com %  flhandfui of ... [ Let Bruce %  . r -ny O'Sulhvan, %  -HpaVifet their h;md!> on laa u. long consider<>f Uncle Sam. ady to move in tat. the %  ired that he is •K eg Maxim to battle % !" M Charles or another %  ! American boxer heThp Naty Play* Cricket Too ere played in Barbados vonn-rtl b ,?.., n T ,y %  "* T2S the Intercplonial game at Kensington Oval. Two teams nZv/ he HMS ^onSSi however enjoyed themselves immensey ,n a Cricket Match at 2Sff* %  and what 7"Tnte" eating to note is that the mavh 'mpleled-all four inning. Played out. while at Kensington the result s still to be known. The bovs were at ease. Some neWed in khaki and some m white; some in boots and some m .hoes and some without shirts. 1 £+ w ?2. %  "** ,0 lo ,he wicket without pads, did so, and those who were more comfortable batting with one glove had their choice. The match was played bttVMM "A and "B" teams "B" team won by 17 runs. "B" team ma the toss and knocked up onlv 33 rn their first innings. Five batsmen Ten.v'.ck. Phillips, Tucker. Armstrong and Jeffreys—failed to upon their score. However, good old Smith topscored with 10 and the six extras came in veryhandy. Hughes, tht most successful bowler for "A" team, captured 4 wickets for 4 runs while Parry took 3 fT 10 and Simcox 1 for 0. \V team In their turn at the middle knocked uu 57 runs for ne programme, provided they box against Britons. Now Solomons 1* going to ask British Boxing Board of Control tcut the foreigners to two per show-'-but to allow them to fight each other Future Fights "Doc" Kearn. says that Maxim is to stay in England for future tights. He now claims that Joey Maxim is not only the llghtheavy't/eight champion of the world, but also holds the "white" heavyweight championship. "The N.B.A. of America." he declared, "call Ezzard Charles the ihamp. You British guys can call Bruce Woodcock the champ. So why shouldn't 1 call my guy the champ? Let 'cm all be champs. "If anyone wants to challenge my Kuy. he can have a fight right here any time he says. And that goag for Joe Louis. Charles. Savuld, Woodcock and any other guy. My boy's the tops". —INS. SUNDAY ADVOCATE Cricket Peer Hit By Death Duties LONDON. (BHigh death duties and taxation have sent the tenth Viscount Cobham to New Zealand on a butito discus* the sale of his property there. His object is to secure capital to discharge death duties on hit J500.000 and M . nable h m Q ^ lain tne English family wet, „. _y.? HaU %  < Stourbridge. Worcester country. The properties m New Zealand are mostly shops, old buildings on excellent site* in Christchurch There are sums m mortgage. Assessments of death duties on these is likely to be diffcult and lengthy, for while duty 1. no t chargeable n n certain land in New Zealand, on other assets it Is Last Link Lord Cobnam 1 grandfather was largely responsible for financing the town of Christchurch. He made his properties there part of the family estate, mo mey are the last link of the family with that country Lord Cobham's lawyers explained that there were heavy sums on which death duty Mad to oe fixea and* it was possibUthat Lord Cobham could arrange the successful disposal of his properttH m thm Zealand which would save the situau I the death duty ha. led and a provisional valuation submitted HaU, which Lord Cobham Is endeavouring to retain. t quadrangular house. It was bougni by Sir John Lytteltnn from the Earl Of Ormonde in 1564 and has been in late to-dav ome 2.000 acres. Hagley Hall was damaged by lire In 1925 hut has been completely restored. Dry l cnilv duv%  the Long Gallery and if the house is retained it will cost Lord Cobham a large sum %  room not touched by the tire. Lord Cobham also owns Craycombe House nearby, which has been his home for many lears. Viscount Cobhiim succeeded in the title last July As the Honorebte r j. Lyttelton, he was widely known as :i llrst class cricket plover. —INS Sunderland Will Not Play In Paris LONDON. Feb. 7. A suggestion that Sunderland should cross to France to play a combined Buenos Aires-San Lorenzo Do Almagro team at Colombes Stadium in Paris on Sunday has brought an explanation from Sunderland. and a statement that there is no prospect of such a game taking place. The Invitation to play came from Racing Club De Paris, but Mr Murray, the Sunderland manager, said to-day that when Sunderland were knocked out of tha English Cup, he sent a telegram inviting Racing Club to visit Sunderland on February 11. No reply was received, and so Sunderland invi|ed a leading Scottish Club to play a friendly match on that day when other English clubs will be engaged in Cup ties. Sunderland received a telegram from Paris suggesting that Sunderland should play at Colombes on Sunday against the combined team from the two South American clubs, but was too late for Sunderland's arrangements. —Beater. PAGE FIVE Compton Scores Goal LONDON. Fob 11. The fifth round or .he Football Anociation Cup held thi • %  I tlie EnfUsh Football stage today, and about 300,000 people watched the eik'l \u$sie$ Dominate E. Games AUCKLAND, New ZMland. Fet. 11. Awtralia who had don. League champion,, Portsmouth, here wound up the Empire Camei I at up one of the beat displays Athletics today by uininc ,,.. \\J&S£ nA xKJ n ?! n ^" h 0l ? lrt S ,rom %  tracXevcn,.' .".Lincnester United, after being including the lour relara ,l<->,i„ "Z 0 .,/** dow "' half-time In • ,hls aft4noo„ 11~ "^?' e *""' %  ,' nrw tM I* •>f' "n> to Canada but mou.h and a third for ManchesH„W.'""'""" """" •""* ter Unitrt ,o restore .heuTead "SI*"' ~""1L."7 ."" "" Portsmou.hs great atuek pres^ i hour, s?^^ T "",1" persistently and 14 minute, from T.SZ'*,'} "T^ule. 57 sec. the the end an equaliser from the '"'"'„. ^ "!" h t* ev r "^ n (M moving Arsenal forwards C"'. u 1 marathon gave the usually sound Burnlev ?'M*"<1 ( En '' n 1 d " won a defence a gruelling time, and the S !" T^ ln " < %  •"! ""? London side emerged good win,' '"„ A a '" n took the pole MB Denis Compton, the Engi?^ 1 ."""o.n Clark of Scotland land cricketer, scored a pieuS, b 'f c "" %  am ~ ""'" *'"• ' eiue goal-hl. first in peacetime 5? ,f"* !" "* r l chM 2 Mc cup-tie Football-to girhis side Jl nlSf" •"* wtB anoU "'' •" .heir ov-nnrt !" > LS .. .-..: the day^ orenuer awards. FEB. 12 — NO. 106 The Topic of Last Week their second score, and they helOBI to this advantage to the end day", orenuer awards. Holden's was undoubtedly the mtstanding individual performGoalless Druw a nee of the day for it must be London Wolverhampton Wanremembered that he is a veteran derers. holders of the Trophy. 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Y..tk I Prianion I. last moter. in %  : Somo ol our A...1 laaaa Would llkf .J Thmtiah %  > Duo in* >wi #vr thorn -it>i> i And • %  %  > warv vwry anre llprauae a alrutle -t Wao IHM at every dour And boythoaa v-ry ponp l o What KTwnble left and ri>ht, We onm • thorn p-irr.1 oil Walhlrta for nulea at iuiM tMd Boltrv rram eka I wina aaaseaq MM bua W. m iMdertown or. -ntr-Ao She too MarlM a luaa Uw i-aonr '. And buy •• lUUr inoal 1 a bt| %  (ionrml" *. a IVnv-i r.. drop i—r i %  "** r "ff.. r dor. ROl ignore Iff You can't keep dandruff i a secret—but you can get rid of • it. Dandruff means that your hair it under -nourished and that bodily supplies of natural, vital hair food* are running low. Replenish the supply with Siluknn and dandruff disappears. Ted by its natural foods, the hair regains its youthful vigour and slays in your liead—not in your comb. Silvilcrin Ute Pure Sllnkrm in evrr ruws ol Amdntf -mi ihumlng aoar. As a daffy tettoranw csvsang m MiUl "'"> Tome Lotion. %  ards from home and thet had no reply to Parnell | i.nisliniir dash. F.tmeirs tinuwas i llsecs. — ii game's record. Miss Y v, a the Women's Ing Jump for New %  i I. IVminjin of Canada won the final held events told medal when he annexed the mr Canada. Uer floodlighting the crtling events had startevi their tinal session and England' iwright rumterup for the World Individual Pursuit Chat uio.'iship last year, took a golu rttta a great win over Russell Mockbridge the Australian sprint champion, in the Foiti Individual Pursuit. Cartwrlght won by half i ." 5 „r?reien 3 ,T M he,,i miles and this produced u SnaJ DatOto finish de termlncd 'hat W. Weasel (Australia) ha fwUirr Thoi whwi your tttovp\<'f< << The buaea don't nffn-t > Dai-iili WO love to walk And -lop w *l a orog ahop To "Iwe ... Tlua i* met what we do. Wo buy a J a R UP And uplU 't bel" DOES uiOW HAIR 1 iom all .hainsu. tiairdressen and stores Siltlkrla I abaralorlcs ltd.. Loaaaa. N.W.I0, Kasiaa > 1 .M spontored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM <.erers 4, Sam' Mim Q .'-. Bradfoi<> :. Huddersflold l Fulham 3, Brentford I; Iful city 2. Stoke City I: Mllhvall %  ijueen's Park Rangers 1. HO* caatla United 3, Middlesbiough g; Sunderland 1. Motnerwell 1; We' Ham United 2. Charlton Athletic 2; Ycovil Town 5, Reading 1. NOMIINGCOUGHS Don't >Ot UKHT-.B aid '..gbl tough%  a, alia... of Hr-'tcuiUa ur Aalhiiaa rwla aleop and enargr M.wthor da> wlUxnat try iT'g MKNDACO. ThU gr-ol aatl ioiUclii work* thru Ihg L ttauo fwrklM tat broocblavl • and luoga. Mtorto holpina nature Uately M r-aaovo loiefc, aUoky UMBB aiaoviattloat o o eaa "< and UBki froor breathing ruid %  r* ralreaUoa sloop. Uol Ml'.SI it lodar s,-i' back *The FINEST BICYCLE BUILT today SUGAR FACTORY SUPPLIES l'KOOFED ASBESTOS METALLIC TAPE ASBESTOS YARN 1" a III lllll.lt JOINTING Ir—1/16 O STEAM JOINTING 1—1/16 3 ins.. 3| ins.. 4 ins., Ii ins.. S ins.. Gins. 8 itu. • i..IUIIVI 111 RUBBER BELTING • WATER HOSE—4" O STEAM HOSE "; %"; l* O FIRKFLV SPIRAL STEAM PACiUNG CIT. GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. feS %  l.t '.-tin *> •••• >f ..#..,. M 1 • %  ,'-^-,' ef Catoe — f•• *M (•v later ^ 4 |f SOLD BY j ALL LEADING DEALERS %  lie thai really Mrt% he*! ^B"' 1 ; %  r.ctlheTooUl %  T"' i.iiiv fitted and %  ^lfWto*tl ..ii ordinary %  _^jr do not twist or pull against each other. S^g^ 1 8 Say eoloui. ,-e .hey are ^CJJ '• Every TOOTAL TIES I laa tings, Barbados High Claaa Calslne, • •miioiuble Beds. I ull> SUM krd Bar RATES: 15.00 per day ap (Inelaatve) Apply : MANAUEK. JOINT PAINS Sudden stabs— or crippling it.rfnets When kidneys grow sJugeiah need toning up you fed danger Bagaais. JouU and muscle paing arr one oi ihain. They mean (hat your kidneys me lading to do tbeu propar job which is to niter harmful unpnritiet awaj from the system. De Witts Puts ant sfieoauy prepared to qaKkly raatare eeor Ktdneri to naegaaj actrnty. By actaaf dtfactly on sluggish kid naya they tackle OSM of tha common caujaes of lotot paiaa. The imaaritMS whack hare gi*ea haa to yo*u stiAanaf arc ^ casarad out of the system and | oaiaa grow leas as a natural 1 ennaeqweaoa. Try Pe Witt's Pill* TQgrself. They may be jnat what yea neod to brinr alnnf rabef. Get a sapplr from VO"( ihemul today Hercules OUR GUARANTEE O. W.tt'. Pilla an r^as?^ iMii.Htn*i T. GEDDES GRANT LTD.. IRIDGETOWN t ooditMina and the %  ^ % %  m— %  | form to ngid Mandaids of parity. DE WITTS PILLS r and BUdder Troublri LIVING ON YOUR NERVES IS A DANGEROUS GAME! Are you nervous and fidgety dariruj the day, ready lo snap anyone's head off at the slifhtMt provocation I Nervous exhaustion coupled with lowered vitality may well be tee cause. THIOPHOS Quickly restores nervous exhaustion— papa you up,—you feel better, eat better. sleep better, and you will soon be laugh. lag at what irritated you beiore. VOU WILL GET THE BEST OUT OP LiFE WHEN YOU TAKE THIOPHOS ON SALE AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES iMioaxo* raO"*Mt SUaMCte ^jl.l Cl .IHII't Wanes. ItTka lliMIl • %  .•.l,.e BICvlSSgAllOW ii cant or WA*-I\ *ii.lost aiarOUsMtl AM* iOt) O. *atpt|. iaa ioa L *ucT.oa, •- inirtiltaiK ,.i a. woaa. oa o-s* *oar oOll TWO STOCK % YNOD-^O-OII _--_



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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE ta Co Lta.. II PrMd St. 1 naaihtl %  i' Sunday. febraar} 12. 1950 Wanted: A Tourixl Policy IT WAS officially admitted a week ago tht the venue of the West Indies Sugar Talks will now be in Grenada instead of Barbados "owing to the difficulty of obtaining accommodation in Baibadus for the visiting deiej This is not merely an admission of limited facilities but implies, to those conversant with the facts of the case, u charge of failure to discharge a duty by the pP Government. II any encouragi ment, such as that given by the Governmcm> of other colonies in the Caribbean, had been to local private enterprise there would not now have been any necessity to n.ake this damaging admission. In the first place Barbados has lost prestige of being the island whereIndian delegates gathered to frame the reply of the entire area to the Ministry of Food on the vital question of the future of the West Indian (UgU industry. But there is more to it than that. Far seeing members of the community supported I ..ntile body have been asking that the Government supply funds to advertise Barbados in the United States, Canada an Ilia in order to attract la I bjet of this adand spend those d are so sadly Indes but in the British Empire ted a sum o: Committee but reiused I Indian Tourist Conn t ,0 five th .. To .•:. • I agreed to six build. which wouJ plan. the advent of tin:. bounn island that I them adequ dos. It was which had I the h • llM bt offered ha I ooounodation Li • been booked urn great that it was not p. -..mutely tot the brief ;. It might be thai up one Of temp* -rid hoped that tin tow oi t ,n pay lot the investment. It ha .in more than one occa-i Rico, and in Jar privat. pand the hot' I b usd employment %  ' ""' colonies. Material for build of duty and profit the Santa I tractr. the V. I modation al ''-' ba > %  But •,: aught to be | \ | wfaid Und '" IhiS I ..'little more than scratch the surfa lial tourist traffic yet in the winter months Barbado.-. poly adequatr modation for those would spend large sums of money when they come here. The Governmeni has got to fortold about tourism and treat this heaven-sent opportunity of getting <( %  for " r badly needed %  km ith 'laurgency it requues. Objection to in the tourist trade on the ground that it tends to increase the prices of commodities which wealthy j %  demand and for which they pay long as Barbados refuses to let get-nch-quick exploiters doom their embryo tourist ti It must not be forgotten that prices can be regulated by fixed schedules and that the increased revenue will bolster Barbadian economy by providing more jobs for more of our many people. Barbados with its redundant population 'cannot afford to reject any avenue of employment temporary or otherv. admission has been made that Barbados has failed to accommodate visitors v. anted to come and spend money and it is up to the Government to consider that well and act promptly. Barbados whom the and others love could so easily become a backwater, if the "cherry" of tourism is spat out with contempt even before the drink is sipped. j^. • „,,. .. oeNTYOUTHIMK, iiSTUC HOWE IJ A BIT UlSulUBlt FOS IA80US f'J COUlONT YOU SMABTSW IT UP rill? SU41TI.vl.tSS... MOXH oi III? Ambassador THE representative of the Barbados House of Assembly at the installation of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice as sllor of the West Indian University lbs month will be Mr. W. W. Reece, I C.P. No better selection could have been made. Mr. Reece has been active in public life for tv. • : %  I %  first entered the House • 1 in 1930 when his r was memtnd Solicitor General of ios. During M been mber of the Executive Committee and of the Education B llev i at Harrison College and ngton College before proceeding to the Middle Temple to read law. Hi has had a di I ireeT in the us of public life and is now .i neral an office which he folI his father. A, i iturn of being a <: i memich the .. done who will be accompanying his a i I, d the .hone should ha\. I to fill outside the illation oi the Mi Reece is himself %  dlstin ility who hi society In all us pi l mgi lo that happy band el menol good fellowship and tmosphen Hi dallj calli,t well bat included in that companj Of wl om Kipling wrot :: mmon touch. : is an hoiio. one Which With distinction. Pave Hie Way Till of tin If. I'ern.i, i 1 Hel,'tempt a "friendly settlement" to pave th.aj foi a return „( ii„ to th. United K.UI.T'... New York s.ii.l. lie a '"' was rtj willing to attempt a Wendly settlement, d out of ti. O of the Paint, Prolert & I'riserii' „ j,^ BERGER PAINTS LAST1KON PERMANENT GKEEN rAn> LASTIKON WHITE HOl'SE PAINT I.ASTIKON RED OXIDE KOOF (., PERQI ITF. MARINE WHITE ENAMEL OPAQ1 EWI11T1 I MIERCOAT (obllttrak. BU,l PKOMFI M SILVER AH.MINICl PROMM M METAL PRIMER tprtww, EBONITE BITIMINOIS BLACK BERVAR YACHT VARSI-H 11 \ I 10,11. FLAT KALI. PAINT III "111. WALL PRLMER 4 NElTSALDSi 1 UOLR' FIRMTLRE LACQUER (,||^ Rl'X RVST Ml lHAl.l/.i.u <** A fl.KINSON & HAITN'ES CO.. LTu. Sui C S PITCHER Phonn: 4172 & 46S7 *B 8. CO LIT \ TROUBLE ABOUT Sitting On The Fence "My ratlin .tht diri delebclleyr in .1,. know ihc luctoi iif.nil 1 wtH noaru A %  oioao wrlllna lo an Ultor. WHEN I was only thirty-two : i and wise, Said "Never ask no quMt And you'll never hear no he aw why birdies sang So Joyful in the spring Or why the pussies in our yard Would tight like anything. When I was only thurtj said to dad and mum 'I think I'm old enough to I How In thti world i n my dad so cross Or mother blush so hot "A stork flew in one night, -aid "And popped you in youi When I was only thlrly-foui The milkman looked to q i told him all about thi I And how it brought n girl, you know too much,* 1 And gave me quite a i One daj DO said, "I'll put you About the gooseberry bush." Aad now I'm nearly tin, 1 know, 1 know it all l know it rtorki (Ud By with us (all I know now that the bush u/aj |ua1 tin mllla m rag. . i,doctor bring Bigger And Bigger KOI: now 1 i„ i n haunted by ttw ing that wonv ind wiih'l Armed that thev are not only mu.li I i s but are going to get bignar and gome time In the distant future Ing to be "ton real 'high, with -.i %  will %  Moat lucky men of in. be dead before tins ..a, as 1 am descended from long-bved 1 %  %  i daughter*, lUniptni a 1 *'" 1 lne h other, ; pleking ui! ( In the I %  i By Nathaniel Gubbins tttla of crockery. A greatentertaining a i %  eggs on your steak, %  Just half a dorcn. They make me o bit musrle bound a work it off at the tailing. How's your buaDead. / tMnfc. Kolled on him in tno night? That's the second husband you've killed that way. You're netting careless. Careless my foot, it J like har.„ 0 a : the bed. / shall M a kennel. Good i for a smoke I tfore you ,• sa\i. I0here*l your uTea(-orand/ai IIT'.' mow. 1 let him out last night. Hot seen hit" atuce? told him to Floating Vote. 'We wouldn't be 1 you." -Of com %  i Laboui The daugh'.L i ^d to vote for umanity and n. so we did. thougr there's been more talk about w-a: I than any time I cai I .or. ">u. the daugl i anunent for that She blames the Russia: sne did say five years ago that nment could go tr. %  we didn't want at i i the A.T.S. again, with me u ardana, and the wile In %  : when she wasn't In we'd better vote Labour • now the daughter says thi i ire not Socialists al Gad up j % %  \n$ stulting their) thing they want > daughlei i To fee*. arhlle we o"So far as I'm concerned perSINCE 1946 il ii us stared up!! I Itllllfl you run 1'ii/iiif YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUN DROP MILD 5 MfUOW S1.0U |i.r bollle from STAASFELD. SCOTT A CO.. ill WE DELIVER' EVERY %  .•.•.:v,::v*,v,::v,v.:::::s Nil I fold him lo lav rail. " •" i "I iKmra F"%  line and n-hiiiine sbol t of luxation and OM s and getting under your price of tobacco. feet Do you know. I %  the cat. She's al. ... that chair. U ,,„ %  Why. damnit all. U*l IrOUr greaf-yramtdad. 1 I'm RWfUll] all rlaJtf. Bu' ''ope I off. Oont woro "*'• **W B c| u Of Hi on by some%  ag at you donl No! i again. ., -bye. (>ye. noatlna Vote "]p you was to Mat me and the wile and now we going *• vote this time." said %  '(Mia*"* Tlioiii*lit IF von have treat Ulents, iiulu>lr\ will iiniifnM' lhf>m: il Mil moderaU*hllilir. iinluan "ill supply thnr de flrienc.es. >\Ml I I SMII I S you get it beck but X doi I'd set back unlaaa the three of ^ j of die year aiu ; .'al with as many aa wa liked. irou get a bit back on Uu i OC rather the wile NOTICE OUR DRY GOODS DKI'ARTMEMT WHLH CI.OSKD ON TUESDAY 1 lih III! AT I1JIUI FOR THE INTERCOLONIAL TOURNAMENT AND CRICKT On THURSDAY 16th FOR OUR WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY REMAINING OPEN ON SATURDAY, 1IB FEB. UNTIL 3.30 P.M. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE VISITOR; FROM THE M.V. "STELLA POLARIS PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR SHOPPING ACCORDINGLY. ',..Will III AIM.UN SAY I •We'll Help You to Expand Hut You Moat llei'laie Yourwelf' To The £dilor. The Advucele %  IB u ar battle ; outlet of sugar CSM Hull. %  •< %  Kingo own a pend oi. I On :. In the they givi in tb i oited King. itun KeasonKuigdum aha M ou*' .. kg 1.100.1 \ I I I ii own %  %  %  dank* .(.lo be pai nil: I, is all %  to producers of beet au| thai culoolal v. ..g principally to :.. i part oi that the ': t formerly %  portunity of ait... ahould insure them aga piled to that DOB absence oi mean not only the loss to the %  450.000 t. %  %  a ,ubsklizcd Cuba bill riom in the near comparably greater burdV % % %  more acutely their iv.'iiumu iMeds). More Important, .ire then prcpaied to (-11 brnenta of those who are only loo i to explain to then, the m I If is Majesty '* Government now rot of the ani ask themselves v. itrying out the obligations uhien they have assumed, than i e—may we aa sinking hearts, for the sitting % %  r with those i ommit' officials who ...us only to record a the delegates iiom the tlon who and de%  They have lough*. I be over published. mill His the sugar colonies but in those • • '.ulu am net ful %  saarn ta kaai LETTERS which ore signed with a nom-de-p.un.e. but ur accompanied by (he customary bona fidos. will be ignored < ach !n# rdifor'i a\ > an d naden are again rtmind^d of the necessity for the writer's name fo be rnown to the Editor, nof lot pa ,| as an asiuiance oi good faith. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. When you are entertaining the AW remember they ••• all be delighted #** GODDARDS i.oi it tin MII RUM



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^r ,|\p\V FEBRUARY 12, UM SI MMY ADV04 Ml THESE ARE BARBADOSHOUSES (M^W-pM '•> *%  ** Photographer During The Week) THIS Is a Sugar Workers house in SI Johns and houses eleven persons, four adull PACK S KA i:\ PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina's best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.,Ltd.-io,c*js.. % % %  V.V.V.V.V.V.W. 1 seven chill *• b >" 8 '' A PORTION of the root of this house has fallen in and to live in the one remaining room, which in itself is ,n bad condition. six persons are forced has had to move to the St. Joscoh AtalShJSi '' T'I' IS a wooden bed with a rainVn 1; Sri',? "„,J'.' <"<• "> %  >i:e %  side! bits of furniture. With • rain sodden straw n on it, and .1 few other odd II'JVC.V OXLY I III BEST IS HOOD EXOVHH \ESPEIT,\LLY A PRESCRIPTION You can be assured of QUALITY DRUGS and CAREFUL DISPENSING KNIGHTS DRUG STORES—all Branches GEORGE PAYNES is GOOD COCOA THIS i, .,„,:,,,, s.,..., Workers dwelling house In si. John. Bbi paopta Uv. • Tnc condition the bOU. .,,„.. axplam %  Is itandina on S.'S'rf'i I '' "" his tour FINEPURESOLUBLE. In August IMg the, „e... %  ZZfy'SZfm!!* them to repair thenhonM. Thirls. .^ ,n tins picture a !" ninWrttoto a house 13 by 81 feet. Some of them are forced to sleep on bag, on the ground, a. there is no wooden floor in part of the house. The Camera Tells The Story HARRISONS BROAD ST. Itt tJl t .. f '' rC, i r und is >olher view of the house •""ground is the tiny house In which the thirteen people by last yeai's storm. DURING the Ml \ih..Lite's cameraman visited the outlying .Ii ;: St. John and where the sugai live. Mr F. E. C. Belhell. M.C P., Mr. S •r of the S! Vestry and Mr. A. !' Member of the St. .!., i %  : oonduetad Mm tour. The camera tells MM far bettor than people urged Ihem I i.specl their houses. propped up by stakes, houses without rood, arilhoul doors houses %  ntK living ronditii ni deprorThese are houses i Dados, and Uhie are n 1M1 more in the some even worse. LIGHT & POWER BeTAX TROUBLE FREE "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS "2 lll,S 1 I'llIMN UllKWTOKS i, * K H KH %  Hele win, Switchboards and Automatic VelUcr I Cti.. Regal I ^B?T; E RANGE OF SPARE PARTS ka/; ''yiH.tmtS For.VDMV MML YOUR OBVIOUS CHOICE 1 J EHEU "**"* WATCH FROM DE LIMA'S ] i One Year's lull Service Free! > NEW STOCKS A. sivi.Ks VKKIVIM; I I c ^' n ~ REGULARLY SACROOL CONfVBM : I.IMV x <:<>.. i.ri): PAI.V! •crool on Sale . ^ The fricndl* "Ur Jewellers will Pit-as* Yuu. I Krre JOVEV SEWING MACHINES (HAND MODEL) I .Mi'i>iii>iinll\ easy lo upernlc. They run smoothly und make n perfecl lock-stitch on all materials from the lineal silk to the heaviest drill Bit A -JOXEV IT WILL GIVE YOU A LIFE-TIME OF TROUBLEFREF. SERVICE CASH PRICE-ONLY $69.15 HIRE PURCHASE TERMS ARRANGED ELECTRIC MOTORS with which a hand operated model can easily be converted inlo an Electrically driven machine MC.58 each HARRISONS H t.73o D r 20 BROAD ST. .::::::vss.ss**.ws/wss. KNIGHTS STOKES v.. .-.-. v..-,-.,' % % % %  %  %  %  %  %  .-. %  .:::v.;;::.,. • Will c ustomers please note Otpatad arrival of a tourist ship, this store will fjt opaa i„ business all day •> %  • SATI HII.W ln, lllliu \||i bu( wili be closed for the weekly Half Holiday at 12 NOON ON THURSDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY CAVE SHEPHERD & co. LTD. 10. II, 12 8c 13 Broad Street



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a-SPAT. FEBRUARY 12. 1950 SI.SDAY ADVOCATE •s^' 1 ii*] |T MORTON hai r ,;„. sleeve .shown ,„.„. fa*""" ". """" >".! and „„ llm short. rlrV "uTbaS h J t ,'mmti in to the On lb. I,rt arc ,„,„, v „ k u !" l„ of til ntnUi{ double pockets, and back treatment. "ample, ot Girl In Yellow Heralds The Sprint Hy \iimEdwards I'AHIS !HI0 Ufl wi February 2 :i janoequm, built on Lmu R toe. JounfBd uown an %atin. Delicate colon i cream, honey and grey. Short dance dresses made of layers of pie;, % %  tubular 'lour. Wlfe-brimmad buck , r iff! mad. of I I Yon Wear 11 ,...',!? V ATEGORY TWo : A ,n 1Wu : knaa length tubui. i lalfeta, especially with long sldo %  idling to the ground. Ear-rings long enough to rest on boulder, long amber cigarette holders. Surri b Chill, round vour tned from your hat to your elbow. ThivVvvSillNHielli'ls Niiaped Like A Hedge By lii.m I iskm. %  < a small bu: rtllng or un represented, and '.I,. tins season is neat and controlled —no extreme skirt or hip ft ..ying panels or Jutting v t„. width ;it the upper ami. Ti n to advantaj %  tricit,: pulled ikmaa „„ UTHM nuun points on suits and coats were the numb, aai m nan) %  hiiu. nm were uilh Hat front and back | %  pleats each side, sets of It %  "' %  '' %  ,,i tba "•" % %  I t balf-belta ine blouses : often matched the hat.. na cave tfaa -sometime-, double, wttn lb layer thrown bock shoulders. From the bock it could not be seen. This ileere area used ?" *! "X? ncn sul1 bound black Often, there' on the skirt hips to match tho lackct. A slim navy suit had four while tabs on I t with Bold buttons like a midshipman in ii on a fine green. white striped suit, narrow flaps or. • matched on tho skirt c In an inter. way. Sometimes th, in narrow panels, with th, going an opp .lackets !" on ,""' straight IVITI. teamed with skirts cut on thi Men gave a fluted nmuj While (limits Loose ti.iv.-l over chalk white tailored m fact, more while outfll been seen this season that before. A grey blue linen mil had insertions of guiptiiround the sleeves and It narrow front panels A surprising number ,,' to-edge coats made once—and loose coat any collar—won, „>, dresses. A crimson grosgrain fitted %  was worn over a chilTon dress made of two layers oLchiflon, one blink and tin I ehtf' the Caravan—26 PAGE MM: %  IR do*._. rad ih( top MM lie tjn open :h ooa'1 lika .rtu.hini M uyi. "but ihn .coonifarkta rrom M mtiM take covrr I hey move 'ppo follow* ih %  mt lihr '• Bui oh. I *i.h I knr* ho itiat sMond nun *a.." | ,1 believe I MW him UM Right." uyi Rupen suddenly "He w up jg„ n the sky .nit .irevsed IT Uutf! The SHADEINE COMPANY *' c ^'"tM R M d. AH M WJ LONDON. I*tf4,d, with LIPSTICK SHADBS Inspired by PARIS font M 1..,...-, „!,,. I.,,,-,..,. J •"'"" '" U| ft,mi ten Httt %  %  l-.ai. %  >!• i: '-iriou. LIPSTICK & ROUGE• A Ferrol THE DESERT BOOT. Men all over the world are LO 1X1001111(1 ./earing It . supple suede uppers . pliable crepe rubber soles ... ankle protection ... Clarks craftsmanship. You'll like It. %  .1 ^ !**'""''" >•* nh even fin.., ^"•'.h *u%  **" h 1 "• '"""•' 1*^ ,U ~..p„l ni s Klrr U, """"" IL _-.. -.Haloh.^... r**v," "'"' : '"'" '•'" '"w for Normal. Oilorr>-, 41 rowr fa... Utt * hidden BMalj ol jour hair ^JXXAM. DESERT BOOT %  LOCAL AOINI1 *. CO. (VARRAQOS UCa Mixtuii -.uilds as it Heals Ferrol Compound is I tion of ".. 'nlplex Oil, Vitamin A 1500 l '00 units j*r dose, together with other well known Tonics and '.he addiGulalcol. rI,pound builds up re•ly clears up peri %  %  guard vourself %  "MM.I MB ,. 1U | p.,.1. H IfiitiMl. ,. [>,,\, p.blUhfd ii i, i.....,,!,,* in i'...i.in,. >.a ik, nawfi.di lr.hm.,11,1, ,,, p,.vt 1km IIHHOI IllMMINb 111., imlli. On Sale in the BLUE CARTON from all %  Chemiiti. BELL "VSMTION C6. IM.IMI.HMifJlMIIACTUIIS Eitimates and Plant prepared for all Type, of Buildings. Repaln and AlteraUona. Phone 3100 Your Coal of Living Bonus for Monday, Tuesday 6 Wednesday Usually Now Aylnrrs Pork & Beam N 2(1 (allrlli m NMki_J| 22 8ROAD i FINE l.lllllklT llalN URGE PACKETS Mil PACKBTS MISCUITSl-KAK Mil \\s (.AKIIIAI.IH 11(11 KHUN KKUIT CREAM CUSTARI) CBBAH Mti; WITH CHINA !i:i A.VM-lp \I.FI AltllS Jal.^lK aaint future Al STK.M.I \N l(.\M'lll:l(RY, Mb tin. SOLTII \l UK \\ I'l.M.M'I'I.K. I'll) tills SOL'TII \l UK U) \i-RII (IT 2-lh tins BOUTH AFBICAM MKUIN & GINQBB, 2-lh tins IIARTI.I.VS lll.\CK


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I'M.I KKJIIT SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUN DAY, FEBRUARY 1!, ltH W.I. Court Sits Here To-morrow Kiddies Curimul Delights Crowd L WT K U.lir was Kiddies' Carll ihe Globe Theslre imf children between the ages of '.< really had a chance of Ik FoUowtoi Foi the llrit tim since 1936 ,.net> entertainment %  sitting of the Wetl Indlai Harbadlans. nl Appeal will he • %  A H present were ginning tomorrow at 9 31) a in .4-year-old Trevor Two appeals are listed (or hear :.i. eon tenor voice, in8> mil -La Hue, La Rue". Trevor. The Cowl will conprto i. fc enthusiast from Honours Sir Ceci 1 Furness-Smitn the ace o( 2. held the crowd in K[ CHURCH Soviets Ban SERVICES Scrap Export • >t*m pace 1 (President). Sir Clement Kftloni Kt O B.E Chief Just Windward and Leeward bland ; ,n<] Sir Newnham V" 1 1 Wn ''' Kt Chief Justu-' "f Brlttl Guiana. The two appeals (Plaintiff-Respondent) and Sfclnnei (Defendant-Appellant), ana Sptinier versus Doorly ThCiAe-Skinner caw will U tiW first to occupy the attention Of thi Court and Counsel In that rn HI Mr DHL War' od bv Messrs Htitthinsim I Ban field for Cuke and Mr W. W Reeee K.C instructed by Messrs Carnngton fr Scaly for Sknner When the West Indiam Court Appeal sat here In 1936 the case t hfJirri WPS that nt Howl Reekles hll variations. however, went to i Forde. who Pull of Roses," and Ashby. who %  i>piness," was awarded second prize. Beven-yMi waaMi, %  ana; *Tora Lora. also received many cheers from the crowd. Niin children took part in the ie and ihey all wengiven a gift for their food perAlso present to .entertain lha audience was the Mighty Charmer anDD!f ESTATES LTD. recent fl ied three 1OSM-> fires. On Thursday at a bo %  of unknown origin < mon Arbor Planta. % %  • fTlce at Collymorc Rock an "*• t am ns. *** %  : 'ST 'PAUL* !" :M am R i.tnn Mat* and Barmi*. 3 p.m. Sunday School. ) p.m. ClnMrrn ftarVk*1pm Fvtnwni and IHi W.VATIUN ABUT DIAMOND CORNER: 11 a.m. Hollna.. UeftSM 3 P "' Company Maatina a p ..t.-'.i M M] %  -: I 0 Salvation MaatMoBatt mi condo#lt>d by Mai* Diviwmal COmmandari .ABI.TOW: l •"" MolinaMaatina i>any Wr*lini. 1 pm *alvaIMMI maetlnB condtfc-iad by Captain V. HRlDOrroWN CF.NTBAI. II am ,i,.iir>t-.. Ma*< 1pm Company Maatind pm Salvation Martini Praarhar: • ...hall Smith WELLINGTON araarr: Hoi. %  paas tai. I Salvation tUOT Major Oibb. SF.A VIEW: II a.m. Holina !" Maalin p m. Company Maatin* T p m Salvi SIaaU/>. Pn>acn*f Unnjtanant 1 oNOOOReceived Attention By S.D.A. In 1949 Pastor S. I ly ap[xiinted rmllllllll "I 'he !• . 'Heeling has just adjourned at ttieir u-stroyed an acre of third crop ripe canes. ext> Plantation. St. George, and despa of third crop npe belonginn t-^ Mr. H. H Noume of the same plantation a broke out 4S .mrt burnt 300 holes of second crop ripe catMfl Ib> %  Walker of Antigua l | i Pastor Whiv .. of the •. %  iucceedm: Gatkenlitimcr %  Pastor Whll was bor parents there, an f %  %  Day : .iccommodate the I'minu on Tuesday %  %  ,-iven in He> and Heywood of %  Jarkmnns ihe West benet\t from ii show at Lears indies. During the pa I Plantation yard on Thursday and 8 M P (Spain. %  %  %  hall million dollar hi TMII MORI I.I CINEMA. .. giving five shows ill be in Si %  in Christ Church Michael a 2?nnnar> log any and Id the %  MH KFll MALI. II a-m Holii^.* Martin*. 3pm Company Mart .nt. 1 p.m. lailallSSI Maallii Cantata and Children'* ProcMaion. Communion Praachar. Hr. (' R MorgaUi. n-KSTEIN VILLAGE. Si Mirhaal 11 a.m. and 7 ptn EKlar R II WalKaHANK HALL: II a.m. Hav. M. B i pm Karvatt ThanK^lvin; Sarnca to whtch tha pobllc ai mul'. 7 pm nV-. \l II 1'irtt^uhn VOX HUAU. Chrtal (nurth: II nv ana 7 p.m. Hav E W WacMai. R \M }•:-.) : Mm Evan %  al at A R. Broma Tn-day Harya.1 Eaalival Sarvica* arbain* hald at lha Huabuck Slraat Mo lavian Church. Tha huuia ol tha aivica %  Bra II a.m. 330 p m. and 1 p m. Th .•fieinuvn aarvi will includa a Proeam %  ton ul ChlWran with Ihair Hartail Gilt lollowad by a Children Piorammr In lha avanma tha •arvtca wtll'ba t-Hcn by Ra\ U I Muota ul Sharon %  ,.;M prrach tha %  armon. Hymn •ttaali air providad at all lha*r \ll m wrl.oma. inilSUK BTBICT—Hatva-t Fmival % %  p m. and 7pm. P raaaher In Ha r I Brrww, In lha avanm* V-\ l> C Mnoaa an goods had been i delivered to East Germany the Agreement then vice versa, Orlopp charged that the German authorities had deliberately sabotaged the agreerrimposing impossible conditions of -ale on East German goods. Orlopp foreshadowed new measures against West Berlin businessmen who took advantage tf the si* to one rate of exchange between East and West marks ;o ban up goods in the East and smugglethem to the West. He, refused to define what measure-would be taken, but promised, they would be taken "in the next few days." Some observers interpreted this a* a warning that more rigid controls would be carried out on west bound road and rail *^9 —JUT I OBatllXENH HOI. Il /UMM awa. > %  | iirtaiaa, laavaa yeat aka. wn i nt alh —a** aad -afW. if ft In i Ska 'taaw' a* yaw ami*, %  • %  Mrt d a—a aya*. rsfcnai wm with daily aayliaatiama af DVWU *%  %  IOTW. (Orar SO', -a IWOEA W* rBBB LOTSSB-aa teaayaaaByakfai wklaakkMia, mil *#* %  gsastl gffj %  aajAA soLi-non 4i. it M I I year akiBBS. I BBBBEjj ajgfSJi aUSB| U I i, a —fiaia fa-.!' ,. ,Ualt FIRST Al Over-indulgence ^/ ReuU-r | oaaci MII.I, —ii a n II I M. i>. WaaHr*. ''MMU.Min < a i WHair 11 a rr Mr A Allavn %  M.ii: | ,, mi i i •.. %  • : p r Fruit, Firewood Came On Friday A small supply ol "esh Inn; plantains, coconuta. Brewood IN. charcoal arrived al Barbadoa 01. Friday evening by the 4fl-lu:. motor veaael • Udy Joy' wh!. called from St. Lucia. This veasel also Drought a.. IliallW carburettor, a Mil slanvc. a marc and KIX mules. TM animals were consigned to Mr. G. Harford. Mr D L. Johnson is this vessel agent. Harbour Quiet Another quiet day was spent in Carlisle Bay yesterday Tu harbour was almost deserted, th.. only vessel lying in the Bay ben* %  Devonshire". The last steamship to arrive here was the "Alcoa Ranger which arrived with cargo on Wednesday evening. This vessel left port on Thursday evening. Vessels in the Careenage di.i not number many Four o: rafu left i>rt on Mdaj leaving the DMBl OBJW cargo WJ. U-ing Ii were all ,io*Ue.l in the inner basin. ^ g m au %  tim. Rhray* %  enwx* feuim s-. ^^— — —ii retaoanaa umaa. laey BMV paai aaaaaa • •—-taa> sail •" a^. Innoxa /—'; 'y Si *4~*. avi>> Ilka rtllni knits pintail nliel When over-indulge-. drink causes headache. discomfort AlVa-Seli.n First AKL Drop osu in a glass of water. Watc'i it : dissolvo into a sparkling, p tasting solution. Nit %  can take Alka-SelUei BOOKER'S (Bl)OSi DBCG STOEES LTD. \NIMO\ SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS. BI^ISES. SKIRTS & DRESSES IIIII.S*. MUM*. Alka-Seltzer i iiiiiirn-ri %  -Ifhin "T"". III! . Ill"" Mmitl. Hlir.l— 1 i itr Kav I I III KAN ( II HI H m Tlir | on Fn ma arlU gtva a show ui Pi"'. I yard for Uv O N niwDAi i n MM. %  I. St. Jamas. MKTHODIST in i Hr i n Ml A i Mayaa*. M I Cilkaa. 1'tlKlllM It am. Mr A B. CurVHHt, %  uaala i Ml In the T \> Hr. o w. Aiiiawr. raallpaH nM 40M-n BM Mr v rim—i f ,i chain of over 100 ho^uituls by Mi aibai d in handicra?l work He was introduced W by their Inata addressed th audience and %  Utura 1 ""-' T*>m LOSS •61 %  GASCOGNE" COMES TODAY T Cli ROi im NC8— II m Mi R l.inion. Mi C Jt.naa B\rnsT CHIEOIES rivra will H* a Quananv Wraiinn 'i ja at ina Buafkme Ba-Btini B arattM \ |USSM *> FSOBp Ac ao IIW Muwuacaaaani mada by ,d \AHavre via ......,, % %  > ptmnif t< t "ar. *iii ba -.:::„:;:'l^r^'X' T'Tm br naM IB tha pjn „|, : .i n.-v J DAVBM -.II ••. un Friday. 25 YEARS AGO ill.ih.ui.iAdvucalc. Febrti ary 12. 1923) BOXING Sportsmen of the island wHI glad to hear of the return > "Fearless Freddy" the lightwcue of the West Imli.-. BB idol of Trinidad, who has again come to try conclusions with oui local boxer Freddy gives his complmu-i lo the Barbados Sporting PubU iind states his iBBBiUon to inorl any of our local men of his ^ la whom he has heard about. 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PAGE li N M VDAY ADVOCATE -\M>V V Fi-.niii \u y ,, Talking About Music Bernard Wicksteed in Let London Have Beecham m Darkest Africa Fifty Years Hence By . .. Toscanini NrMLI-K 1> ]1 was gnoO tit OHM 1„ f S.i Thotnu back to L-undon. He I %  secrri He BtkBTBI il with nobody, onri nob**'.can say quiiiwhat It is. .crtain that Sir Thorn;." and Toscanini I celebrated conductors livingthat m. In In* opinion of all sec% %  .. %  pubstc the There was recently I n the Press about tin proposal thai Tuscan i; conduct nt the opening ol : of IM1. A %  I in%-ite them both to appear on th. inaugural occasion, tun Garni would say. Th. cs of course. I ,,M. .nun's Way %  Toscanini BUI i %  %  %  Nietzsche. i %  aortantoui TeutOBs all metaphysical murk and weigh •.rusts to unptlll a (li lighted improvisation. .in at least In %  much as I builder examines blue-pruit. il.sgvcti the sympl OHUBJ to hif I i a ftcBttoni iai.i dm i poaar. until the •dll al rehearsal then be i % %  | I duct if Th* BaloN-brrakrr At rehearsal Toscanini lay the foun %  •.. varnishing-iLiy tual cann UM Baal rahaaraal B ii.. i ntni %  mil %  essential phrase or tempo at th to %  I* U Of fan. \ MI In h has taken 01 way. At reheat-, ly '%  %  ed. A pretty piece, he f to th' 1 orchestra d rlns t" 'he fourth lympa %  A Stray*. Torn scnuus 1 have beard him groan as tnough in pain. hV at the most renowned and MM vocalists and sacked them. snaps his baton over his ini u into two pieces • his despair. Once on a time a celluloid baton somehow got Into his possession He nearly gibbered for %  vain effort to break DO, lie lacks the gay irony ol Beecham, and the lack of humour comes out sometimes in hisconducting—just as Beecham'.Inck of solemnity comes out in lucting. Artist— And High Priost rssM (Of Sir Thomas is an in He wisely refrains anybody. altogether the artist and %  ..ndarin if you .ike—a:. I %  .UM altut. Toscanini believes in II.> i the grandeur and truth uf BO] .il! Beecham is D — t h in %  ready to in*. un xpected prompting <>t \ Eft \ith hih senses as with I light < duett by aaP— uel Butler mainUiri.-l that a ji.usical appreciate. %  ( uiiimittjn Bj I HI ed and li %  eanlnJ himself doesn't command periods. MAN his per0 much by ;.nH I Hi immer Into i Bowing rlbtnf Uia Toavrbat might be called i is as a .vei mi.g wheel, unynS leful Scmetimss 1 fael that the Toscanlni's right arm. like [won %  OldT nun of music—tha "old" is merely rhemncal. At tha festival of 11151 ..> thorn n* n Mars and on] unction 1 Thus would \ 'li I. nonour anil dttUnctlon In Mi I" rM Copyrighl —L.E.8. Tve always held that (he best plate to be in a (.rnrral Flection is the heart of Africa.' KINGFISHER GORCK. KENYA. Ever been to Darkest A Well, that's where I am now. sitting in a car by a waterhole waiting for the nine o'clock guns. The sun set a couple of hours ago and Africa's now so dark that even Stanley wouldn't be able to rtnd me. The only things to be seen are the Areflie* bobbing about in the bushes. They look rather pretty, like Chinese lanterns swaying in the wind, but it's hard to concentrate l wling around MB. %  <'• %  ttvao enormous lions. Perhaps it needs a bit of explaining, all this. A few days ago I was sitting comfortably at home in Hampstead with my children on my knee and now I'm in Airica surrounded by lions. This sudden translation is due to the General Election, aided by the flying machine. btili I've always held that the best place to be in a General Election is the middle of Africa, and that it's far more peaceful to be surrounded by wild lions than by people seeking election. So here I am. having a lovely lime It's possible to escape from the canvassers and reach this part of Africa in a little over a day. Getting yourself surrounded by lions if equally easy and safe. All you need is a car. I made the Journey by BOAC living boat. This takes a few hours longer than a land plane, but many people think it's worth ii baicauM there's a bar on board. I don t suppose many of you have ever contemplated a flying pub crawl that started in England and ended in Africa. It's quita an exueiience. because there's no nonsense ubout closing time, and there'd be an awful row if ihc\ ehudb ,vei1 wiln a parachute on Tail-heavy The bar in a flying boat is near the tail, and before we were halfway across France, all the men ill the women in the plash had found it. In fact, at one tune ere so many of us there talking about the relative dangers ,t hons and elections, that the aircraft wa> qottt tail-heavy. Over on* drink you look out OB the Alp glittering in U bove the clouds, and you bar the tunes when you sweated up some of those on *kis Nexl tune it's your t"in to bin I, mk> youfrt over Corsica. Napoleon wai born, ind the mounlssfis are full of brlj And so it goes on. with tor** %  i the jojrney of about an hour aach. Th* But is at Augusta in Suilv. with Etna puffing out steam in the background closer at hand, a barber sitting In Mont of his -'hop playing the mandolin. You cross the Mediterranean to Alexandria for suppar, and as a iw>r show, there's one of those conjurer boys srho pull liv* rhickens and white mice out of their mouths. Then it's down the Nile to Khartoum for a shave and a cup :'.ving inn splashes down to refuel at dawn, wild gees* and ducks rise in flocks from the .nd ibises flap by. The last hop is over a corner an you land on a lake full of hippos and \ motor-boat ^o out before you touch do*n to sec the hippos are clear nrway. On the drive to Southampton for the take-off we were worried by New Forest ponies that got In our way on the road. In Africa it's the giraffes. HI are protected. You • it shoot them. So they're In* least frightened. From oh rather like in .. dockyard, Barrow-inFurness or somewhere, and so long as they're standing by the side of the road it's all right. They just look down their noses at you through the sunshine roof. It's when they're on the road that vou have to be careful. They don't seem to have any low gear, so they can't accelerate quickly. You --an't give them a push, because they'd kick in your radiator if you did At one time they were always getting their heads caught in telephone wires It's rather awkward when you're talking to someone, and you are cut off by a giraffe in the line. But they've made the poles higher now, so the wires are giraffe-proof. Lions laid on Having arrived in Nairobi. which has neon lights, cinemas and that sort of thing, I began to inquire which was the way to the nearest lions. I fully expected I'd have to hire a white hunter and masses of porters and go on a long safari. The lion* live in what used to be a game reserve and is now a national park, just beyond the city limits. All you have to do is ring up the park department, afl vou would the railway to ask the :.„!,. oi ., ham. and they'll tell vou where the lions killed the night before, and where you'll find them to-day. African night And that's how I come to be in Kingfisher Gorge, entirely *urlounded by lions. The warden oi the park brought me here himself .it sunset. There were a dozen other ears there already, and a bus lull of K.A.F. types. For some reason lions lake nu nsttc* of cars. If you were to get .Hit they'd probably eat you. naif an hour everyone photographed the lions like mad as |Cj \.t\ on the grass and snored. a* alter the other the enS Aere started up and Qk ove away. When they hear it the lions, who are invisible now, start talking to each other in tow coughs and grunt* and while we are straining our ears to hear sounds of them moving off. there come from a tree by the pool the notes of a nightin%  fkla, Next June that same nightingale may be singing in Surrey but now, like myself. lt T l enjoying th* African night. On the 12th February* 2001 when th* House of Assembly met a* I pin. the Minister for Transport s-.id it r-d been decided to postpone the question of whether or not to make provision for a deer r*at*r harbour until members had had an opportunity of finding nut i[ the large atomic energy freigh' nir.nes were going to make sea port unnecessary in future. The next item on the agenda v as the provision of £9,000 to pay ior the importation of a European carpenter and mason required lo erect a dwelling for His ExceMenc> ine Governor. The Prime Minuter explained that these two workmen at £5 per day each for ; *rs would cost about £6,000 : eturn pa —a g e* and that of ... leva and two children each would absorb a further £i,200. The balance of £1,800 was rtceosary to make provision for dlntrry contingencies as well as any cos* of living allowance that might become necessary ow ; ng to .irther devaluation of sterling. He said: •As Hon. Members are aware tf.e growing need for universal higher education had made i' i i-cessary for us to requisition the i.iesent Government House for use as a college for the propagation of political knowledge The Far importing foreign. workmen to erect a new dwelling U i the Governor is due to our educational progress during the -.Irs having been sc succer*ful that no one in the Island I ad had any time to learn how t be a competent carpenter or !'he result is that we now have no such craftsmen here. Anc* they are so scarce everywhere else that the inevitable law of supply and demand has made the em ployn*iK of those from abroad more Than the employment ol many of the so-called learned professions." The junior Member for S' %  |he adjournment of the : %  .: ave ratastttM In Who was responsible for thu i.i *fl*Jr*1 Why is it necessary 'or it te two years to build a dwelling house? was it proposed that His Excellency should live during these two years .-• a Mmi-ter m reply iplalnad that the successful larch "f progress was alone • tor the present Matt Kaising his voice he %  id Kvcii m the dark days when the working clasa people were rtght of higher educa t un, it took 15 or more WUBM 'i.ithree months to build a dwelling house. A \tv'.arithmetic would show that some l 00 working days for two workmen to do the same job A (cnservatlve estimate". He then went on to explain that during this period, it was proposed that %  %  ilency should reside in K:,aland and govern the Colony by remote control. The leader of the n asked: *Is not the Prime Mil iiat owing U> tie progiess of higher education in England higher wage*, there with shorter hours per day and fewer working n :he week, it is probable that there are no vacant houses ii that country in which His Kxeellency could reside for two years?" Yes.' replied the Prime Minister curtly "But in that case he could reside in Germany or Japan or any of the conquered countries in which there is no acute housing shortage." The Communist Member for St. John then moved that the sum of £9,000 asked for should b* reduced to one penny in order to ask: "Why does m* Honourable comrade the Prime Minister think M necessary for the Governor to govern the Colony from control so remote as Japan. Has Barbados not suffered enough in th* p** from remote control of Secretart** of State and from absentee proprietors' 1 Raising his clenched nst nc shouted. "In fact, seeing that in a modern republic of free people like Barbados, the Governor does not govern the Island even when in residence here, why should he be allowed to govern ,t from Japan or Timbuctoo or anywhere else?" No answer having been remmed to 0* Question the Hous. adjourned (or dinner On the re sumption the senior Member tor Si Philip called attention to the Set that it would require a good deal ol alteration to transform S? p7es.nl Government House into a political college. The Sinister (or Works toldIthe House that this had already been I tended to. "I have in my office ho said, "a complete set ot blue Prtnu. m triplicate. o( everything I rccessarv to be done. And no SouoTrnV Honourable Friend1 will he glad to leam that all the de?,,1s* have been accuratelyforked out bv experts trained in our locsl p lu-alioiial institutions. %  But persisted the Member (or Si "Philip. "Pro(.s>ors cannot ,•„.„ nur students learn politica Wdga while houaKl in a s*t rT blue prints. What th. House I want, to know is. who arei he MO that are going to do thi work ol altering the build! lore the Speaker ruled that this Question was oul o( order, aVS drew the member', attention fact that the subject under .„,„ M not the alWjaUon n( the present Government House. but thai ol providing a new rea„„ fui His Excellency the '•TlTMeniber (or St. Thomas having bowed to tlu. decision, ~ J1 That being o. should Ukc to art the Prime Minister, is it not" fuel that had this Government nationalised our svilem. Day by 1.\ (lorK'u. i*.. heaNh, >oulh jnd I 'SAlfATOGBN yERVE TOH1C FOOD restores health, youth and lilalilv afi4. >sfA/r4tei r -• Vtinf fv*u> on. /) •KEPLER'/ ^ "OB the gs" sll day and growisuj, too; as wsnder children need extra noarithment. (live them Kepler' and see how they tariv. sad gsin weight — it is rich in the vitssoias their growing bodies need. Its malty-aweet flavenr is • plesssnt tao. Adults will iiad Kepler' s real strsngtbener ia oaavalsseaaoa. kEIMKR coa uvaa an, win HUT nraaci men TO "* SPOO"* A IWRKOUGHS WELLCOME 1 CO. rIOK a* u— r B_M>: caa>ui. IUI A dog in good condition is always a good companion Jit ——i % atu Healthy People k^g iWH P —Luiidun hxpresa Service. A ANOTHER REMARKABLE THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS on) skaa hiddr-i mty iSSS !^hsSfcrwoa.l Th.iV gt,iruin cp*t"J ti tnofmou*. %  nmcmDti Jjj %'mUvf * ***** A > lX)gsarebvnaiurevvarm-hcartcd and loving, yet ihc most friendly uf them sometimes become listless or irritable. Such symptoms are often duo to impure blood, und should never be neglected. Bob Martin's Condition 1'owdcrs. givea I help your dog unnmon blood dMsnMI simple c.ire I maintain him in go*> gooil cnal, andp'.W/.V.V,V.v.v.V.V.v.vv.. flice* ^£ pArC %  WIM prowaion jgainH Wh.w Ann. Borer*. *oi nd Fti(i Pii or poinh or irtd wood. Noodojr. No fire nsa. Hi|Kly conctn* csrrHgS -'•'" diluted lurihar ind coiu IMS. PERMANENT Can or cvipotatt. Combine wiln th loiJih.ni ih nmMr ind rrakss Alias ^re.e"0lie Co. ltd. EfNtj Kent. EnglonJ ACtNTS Wilkinion*H,n*Co. Bridgetown. Bubido.. wire, flex and cables > %  :: %  % < %  ££*. They're all fixed: I'ned prices I And identical paro! ThatV hat you |H when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine Ford spare parts are sold al lOV, Ind pricei — mi mj one of them is made Ir.im high qunlin malcria).. to tine limits of precision ragineenng, .ind checked and counterchecked for accuracy. W, at 1001 I oi.l expens. know lhal onlv I p I 'ill do a satisfactory job m .i Fold I AI'A M alwavs in them—an csscnlial sjl.iurJ U vsscmul inoi .ring Charles MrEnearney ft fit, w. aft!* ttnre. ... riifi I \R t .in i 8H llolslalrs %  •an i a PAN aV-V OI ENAMEl It NISI I why not call an* are (Mm -. MIU II UHH Bi inirr M^v Insi list %  %! I nil rou ''WIN,. 1IOR..1CK3 VA1TXI' MP r.CRMI.-II.AI. VI rtTtClltA SOAP OnSTMXNT CREAM Of WlfltAT MALTED rOOr) aoAr C. CAIITON BEOWNI Wholwal* f. RalaU Druqgiat 136 Ronbuck St. Dial 2813 Vou can pui you trust in '.ires and flex. %  B will :iml them easy ilthaivpctosuiieTen 1 ilvm—and sec for V THE CilY GARAGE TRADING CO. I TO. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS IK CO. LTD.. Of INOJND 00* I T'S a line thin to feel really enjoy the fitness that come:, fror... inner c l tmml i nt ti That's '.he Boming with a glata of sparkling Vndrewt Liver Salt. Andrews ii more ihan i pleasant effervescing saline, rlfecrive laxative with an invigorating iliat lonei up the •* \ gfSj ind rids the poiaona. Start on Andrews and brim wub ANDREWS u^ COOLS • REFRESHES • I"



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I BKIAHV 12. man HENRV SUNDAY ADVOI PAGE I.1.EVEM Ifsl W§ BY CARL ANDERSON -CKEY MOUSE 3 BY WALTDISNEY -I K'L'E4j**B*-" -ilETMS "0J37JJ3 INTO I ->"TON:-.„ H—ffl SLONDIE SKATE-K*EV A,*£ G~ ^ p seccie. AND -"<.D .^m IT ir • %  ^ BY CHIC YOUNG 1 1 V6 U0H310 TAKE IT 10 HR GAiTHOTEL---MEVLL KILL TO 6CT THAT PACKAGE!* BY FRANK STRIKER K. . | !j I. ui iiRed IK SWING UP FATHER I. ^ ^ KIRBY ~ 5 NT.a PtMOR ) *.iwT"-5 ?-" ;T "^ JA : Z, ~'Z = V7< i BY GEORGE MC.MANUS F3= BY ALEX RAYMONn t\ic & n u i MI M \it_-rr CIN DBflLLBf 1 ILM. UK CKOatE TV TMMrai r w j— A (. L4, Gordons Stands Suptem/h SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE Mmrm\ th* Amammr t !#• Can* ##„„#,/• n %  tibMiii MARKHAM CANE CARTS LOW COST LOW MAINTENANCE CHEAPER TO OPERATE EASY HAULING IN WET WEATHER flX Ton < mis uiili Itr .kt • S Furls ami Trorlors b *I„|,I, II,, x i .. r . |2|. For 2. H'.,x siilis of \\l ; ,iMiri-ilUiil l)u,„| (Shotting Itisitiilsj {'•if For 2. Wrapper* Hi onil, .i,i Toil,-! Soap <1) For jr, Wrappers A |„|ii. I oil, < S„p mil ofcolro forth* foU ,um.: GtaMVlNM premium. %  TEN" Decca VMM brought in. •iOOlh person will is. At the 2.000th person n will be a DECCA ELECTRIC orh $120.00. lIMUtBMBl of %  final.



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"\ci run vi SUNDAY ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l Bill SALES PI HI H SOTHES DIED I OH IIK.\T %  ICTtON i %  NOTICE %  e,l plAMltH HF1XN IOU1ST. H tmiiil IMVM the r—ld**re o* h *irtw Mr* Ion* CUrk.1 : ocloeh ihi. %  neon f ire We*tbur Camel* !" kindly •**d 1O %  '"'*„, L. ftoy Clasndler BOn %  Sybil Chandler daughter-tn-ia* lm.e CUT** idatughtrT-. RT* INF.* W The funeral *>' a. law i—ainri "The Farm ^ri ,. p m hi *f-ei-noo.<. %  -*al \ Bdrd* Mil* N"sn "d Alice Robert* A L Robertau<>8( NOUtEfl Mavwrll Bnad I Hnl.-hli.aon ROOV CrMU. on U •Id* lo a w i'kii'1 i">n 111 W 1 M. max/ IMh nl ... A Co Mrt Gardiner Au _y •; QL'ArtTlTi OF EVDUT* WOf'' JHUTI in varh*u* rr^th. id ("H Uen Term* C-or. II AMn M*n A UMM* IJ **"'_ WMvteuw. Wharf ,..>r Trarhc will *>* • %  aria hMi Any one nHn| Ihla rout) %  so at ihoir own risk. By rdrr Hlfhway Commlsatonrr. SI Jo-e&h Pariah. IllaB—Sn i.£4E easily earned by obtaining order' ** %  ** tor pnvatv Crirtttrnae Card! from vour friend*. — a — —— --1 *we**awr Writ* today for beautiful (roe fr.pMt SdcJc to Britain'* largest jno ^aaaa f^Mtthan; highest conunlMlon. lakamflama money making opportunity I in. & Co Depl. 10 ''ictorta Works. Preeton, aaigland Startling PreSicUi In Your UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED In CarlMr Kay |*k > Crner. RsVtds, %  dWPa T' eat. UTWW on of the moit attractive fully nimlahed Iiunsjudw* available on .his com *>ce.lem bathing fenhtie-, telephone. , ( |l kept garden Vary rea*on*bU ...I.,! Um Um Inoalit* Di*i>n fBlaoton 1UJ>I Ealale Aaents PlanlatwmB^ I ,n* Phonw 4*40 11 *> % %  THANKS Wo the underlined beg thnutfilWj 0 thank .ii^r !" %  '*££ „ .. _„ other way ivmpathlard witn Fit-Gerald AUeyne imisband. """ d > ho ._ari m ..n*ia rui. •"' '.,K, TOBWH *0OAU> Sw< nd %  * "*!" ^ .„,,.%  hA ST&-U IIT'N(;M/>W >l llf* Hall. 3', rnllei (-om town Two bedroom*, runnlni wator etc PS.M per month AL-o on* I|I Top Flat 3 bedrajoma, runnin: *ti'e in CMfi. # 00 per month Bin* HW. II 2 50—in OM WHDNT9DAY Mr* Sybil lnay*m w* at Newton Fou St John, wharh include*___ Doublo Arm IWiae and Couh-. KM, Bockaea. Cottior anrt Anm ST Omam-nt *l PlarU 1*-*^" In Mahoiany nj W^l"* TffT Sideboard. Wam **Jh Itoeker*. G >a ., d China. Pl-tedWare. C*-T* tK*S C.-k Flee Hot Pa->*nl Iron. VjeU of dupllc.e afcarCeniBcate. for Two hundred n c *n> Ordinary Share* numbered 5laa to MJ. |SS!o^. .u-d on the 2and d- M March ItM and Two hundred end flfiy %  rrefore.,-Shar*. ru.mbored J to U incluaive Mnd day of March i*-j. ypoihe Maiement that the Original C-Ttlftcate* NO 1 and So 4 respectively km been loot or mlaplaced and not depoattr] iUv anyone %  *eeuxlly or oiherwiand not*, i* hereto, gtvon that If wtauri thirty day* from the date hereof m. ehBtaa or tcurennUtlon In reapect of auf" original Cerliflcai*' reepectlvely I* a*-* .o tt„ Dirtctor*. th*y will proceed t. oral wh *uch apllcalion for dupitean M.are Certiflcate* Hi Order of the Board of Director! / ODESSA B MIL1JNGTGN. tf: %  •-,-> %  V • % %  nj POBT Vh Mary %  • OMMM* Adalln* *'' Manuata. Sch. Mary M. tS mln. ^n Cxctonm.. fcf 3. H^M". c~.m Zmuh. Sen DW^. * %  Tlmo.hr A. H. Vmlurt mm. Yuhl Mrp.Aa "CHAMPION" Your Real Life ToU I !" mid you lib to fc_^ %  bM DM s, ir ,'. 9 Schonne net. Ca Agent*; D PABT1'B* Lady Joy torn .._ from St LMHO, Agent i aq net, Cap! M V •.BBIVAl Phtllp H. Davldeon. VI ton* ftealv. for Britiih Guianai Schooner Owrer*" A**ociatlon I Blue Star. 1 ton* net. Capl I -^ Fcrueen. for St. Martin* and Turk* *• y ^ eMnnot mnora u rnUi tha boat I*)and; Agent: A. B. Harm ftq. I fl-nt.awme picture to come to UM acrtMii Schooner Fellc* ifcnlca. IS ton. int.," Capt Joaeph. for Brlttth 0"'" n Tough and coonpelling. Oil* one will Agent. Schooner Ownar.AJHCIIIIW. Fighting or loving he wa* the Chan i compelling, tni* one t the edge of v^*ir chair. 0 I "' '_ %  "" — Owner." AMOciMlon TlW TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION v t.Schooner Owner* A. tociai•< %  .>. Qn IKe ^^ „, you, chair. V Carlbbee 10B ton* net. Capt ^ KHk QQUGIAS in Ring Lardner ib*. for Dominica: Agent*Schooner -CHAMPION" co-atamng Marilyn MA> .. %  T *_annl*lliu> i.-l'l l .\- Denr-aS %  Loide Chlie. S 9. Part-mna. * Magnllanee. S 9 M*rt* Kqye. S Sneator. S S. Alcoo Cvmlier. * Aloaa Clipper. 9 9 iMr*alnd S a B-ch-qu-ro. 3 a BrMni^ 9 **"lnl. ,„|M* covt sppma HOU* A W**" rctrlclly. wMer. boOl ,11.in* 1 .1 % %  GBI IN MEM0R1AM tN lovl:* mem" of mir denr ltW_ b..nd .--I f-thrA1XHA HBMCptTT I ebruary IMi I %  %  wa* \ .. thai will ver linger tl %  .hild.cn. Cereh. n 1 50In . -fnaTT^i mv de*BT belowed IV. 13 1M re Lintil we meet WINILOW CatBewa*h. SI Ju*epl from Peb It and alao Uva month* o a, June and July 1M0 Apph Kr* W T Goodlng. Btrong Hope Plan tatton. 91 Thomaa I a so—an MAT At 'The Pavilion" Haatin-t 1 mm March. 2Jnd f..r *i month* Full; 'urnlihed. (No Children). Phone M62 1—-!-P-„„_,„ the aea. •— t, i*a acte. of Urtd \o* iarden. I mlk* from B^le^Majrn „ .. Garden. Bt Jaina. r^r-iu 1 ^, ***J; (."rtlftcate N Rrlda St Peter iMiane tl-M <" •* *"*| hv fb* and %  AltHADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED APPUCATION3 ha* been made to the Director* of thli Company by Charlri Ormond Headkey of Ooodland In thr pariah of Saint Mwhael In tiu. lalanO Caouire tor the l**ue of a duplicate BMre Certiflc-te for mfieen Ordinary Share. umbered 3*. Ml to J* 475 incluMve •*ued on the 15th day of March IBM. %  pan lh rtaMmenl that the original im ha. been destroyed S3 Raban. •.. Phllo*oi*er. a s "%  !" r mmmwmm ^SSX" Owy~. . BJE An-y 1 INSURED MOVING! neiaB at •-•%  % % %  %  premie Garden. SI. Jnl-# 1Sn St? fc^sstu^ijj^ ErSd. Hardwood Alley. Plvonr^ B^ HI!ll-DWa •fr* •*• Ml"* 1 T*w* f ,„d ^-dj-lnmg the r*MdenCj ol Mr ChrlM Church Apply T***F*??PmZ BOVCX. Boliciiora %  %  %  by fireand nol depoalied .... a* iacurtty or otherwtae and notice i* hereby given -hat if within thirty 4Kf from the dale hereof no claim or roprepenut-on in reepect of iuch ort*3n-.> Cerllftcate i* made to the Director* the* will proceed to deal with *uch nppi c. lion for a duplicate Certincai*. Bv Order of ihe Board of DlrertorODESSA F. MILUNOTON. s— n* i BlfcVli '. on-ea M*> Ch Ch For the nioniha o Marrn. April. May and Juno, fully Barniahed. with bll convenience* Dial JfaM TIB-ln APARTMENT — Unfiirnlahad p round%  pM. naac town aud Club 1; In Mill •*A1> *UT0M0TIVF ii p CAB 1 Hlllman 10 1353 1 CAR In gi" Applylation Ch ]H model 1 112 5" t> .No Pet., no Child, paillrulara Dial MSB Ft-ATS fullv eramr and linai Dial i--I furnaihed with Being at Inrtiamer. Worthing. 13 I —lf.n r .hi. -.in.~ui> >1~ !">"• """* Si. ^1 bull! iwltn. •£"""!£",', rnni Carriage way • B f* r ,#, .JS u *a Telenhonc *nd U ajnanllle* Appr-> It'reeDIXON 4 rU.AXK>N He-; BMM. AceoLf. Auclloneem & Surveyor. PUn MMIIAVKN*. Crane < Oarage*. Serva Siiiierb bathli.g teei<-h Fatal June. November: December ih Phone 4478 6 "FARAWAY'. St. Philip coa*t. *uml*hed. Oarage*. Servant beach Fiom March 1. per month Phone MJg. 4 1 v %  %  i .. %  L.,...goo .11* I v-i ii." %  Q, : %  ...,. %  A Turd IS 50 -in ELECTRICAL .TING PLANT "•CM D*W i .,., i>.-.i BadteMt i aaMed, ww % %  %  aUaenalor 4W 7^ .,.. l W.ir C IP 1 M> I'OULTRV none 3IM ^'O* k %  %  io j ^' US] Applv KMgeujnd ^l>u %  *a*L fully it Room* arv. March, j.. ..) m %  ISO—t f n HAIMMI OABflSM* A well Mjj tiivenienllv *iW*ated property wiin. i^droom*. kilchen. UrB* ^B*rtOQM etc U H~*<* '* to *L? KltlSKAN.A F*nl Am,!. T VI;..I ran) %  >< FIAT Unfurnished Elai *o bedroom*. Heceplion 0 i'l. :>t F.'eltiKi i 50 In lil.lt: HOOSI Urn 1 I BMJ I I %  i liable for Dry n-i. Ci'iitact immedl. Pi Wm 1 Tlin tin HOVSB AND <;F.VTHAI. WOW-g Malthia* Oap. Haatinga An opportunl^^ tMlhrnam and *)il*l T^.^A" 0 ^*,! md apartou* yard all fenced im t 1-sTAIIiS PREMISES 2nd door No 8 Swan Street, very apoclnu* %  %  try Suitable for officee. light facP>r> and many u*ea Apply: Thani Rrc 1'hnne 34M 4 2 50 • f W4^TKI MFLP 1 M tralne* %  i %  %  Standard Appl] by letter a.-il in | II IM-Bn %  fWT] Sen-ant wllh §a* iklrg Good p*\> Fie a AnptHill 12 3 50 In vi rMBNICAL 3 CAJUtlEM n *nd l.i,ne. S*.-..igar Rt Dial^lMB ( ~i AHAGB ~Ttl01.LKV JACK* | Dui MIS %  • 3 w "ISCELLArcfcOOl HOUND In goad eonfU Mi Peatge Bo-V *"' O.,. ^ f ^ fc ANTIQUM M ever. d**criptl*w OM*" Jewata. Be. Silver W.U. rb booha. Map. A.itu-T.Ph* e* *t G^rlftgeg Antique ahop. adio'n "" r iaa-< ftl RDERS l.i.tmg. DM i: 2 so i I'/VlMi r.l'FSTS Twn Couple* %  I Mjrg IH7NNETT lllHtl BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED APPIJCATTON haa been mag* to th' In rector, ol thl* Company by Clydr Greenidge C, o Charles Ormond Headlry I'uuiir of Goodland In the parish of aWInt MXhael m thl* Uland Eaqulr* for liar i-u# of a dupucate Share Certlfkat(or Five Ordinary Share* niuntoertO Jf Ml M> 3B.JM inclusive i*rued on IB>' IKh daN of March 19*4. upon the stale( metal Hunt the original Certificate No 804 h been destroyed by Tir* and po drpo.it*d with anvone a* security oi otherwtae and notice ihereby giver. | %  hat If within thirty day. from the deu : hereof no rlalin or reprewnlatiofl UI %  eapes.4 of *-ch original OrtlrUale made to ihe Director-, they will procee-i lo deal with such application for <> duplicate Cerllfk-ae? H> Order of Ihe Board of DirectorODESSA E MU.UNOTON. s.i rcfgfi a* i 50 in ARRIVALS-Bv B W I A L Trom Trinidad Alberta Soyer. Algernon Frampton. Phyllis Coder. Kiitherine CorJer, Edward Coner. Malcolm Raid. Carman Flgueredo. Hilda Ftgueredo. Ceoffrey CUy. JacQ.^nne Baker. BduarUo Aiamta. Ada Aiamaa. From AntiguaJoaeph Jafler. Louise I JatTer Clarence Austin. Orlene Cutting. | George De La Corte. Margarel De L I Corte .... — /_._ Mi I Prccn SI Kit": M-ter w Wade 1 from Jamaica Mr Theodore Gltten*. i Mr DaeM Skirner. Mr. Allan Hula*. Mr George Clarke. Mr &*"* Theo | hald* Mr* Florence Dayah. Mr Phllli Johnaon Mr. Edith Johnson DEPARTURES-By B.W I A L ,-or Trinidad: Mia* Lorrva HI I. MW.lllam Ramsey. Mr. George Earle. Mr Mia* Kathleen Lenagan. -E-WSjssaCMU Allamby. Mr *^> OON'T WORST TOCRSELF ABOt T MOVTNO LET US TAatB CARE or ALL YOUR WORRIES rcraona) Supervision Assured Phone 330* RABBADUS FtlBNITUBE BBMOVEB 8CODRINGTON. Brllton'* X Bd. 30.11.4B—t f.n %  Sfrtad people the MIT*. -, 'o popuUrlH hi. w-^ J .in. or HIM. .4dn_ —J^.^ monw WUIIM lo, S. ?** Sumo, or Conri ^. < Von ill b. .01^^?* !" i" MuanTL**) l" "U.. WrnTSfl. m*y not b n.^. ..'' TOsnrr TAroiar7!ta*S. Forl. SIM. BomJ, S*l 10 Indl. I. IA ^ !" *' kq Mary Arrlgo. 5JS5 H".j p *'r Ml** Sarah Dolm*"SHIPPING NOTICE ; Canadian National Steamsli Egypt Buys Gold, Bonds Th( nnaim Minister >' W5.000.000 worth ol golrIm i-niled Stttte and S22.000.ooi \orth of American treasury bondThe pun-liases were made a. CAIRO, Feb 10 Egypt has bought W7.000.000 worth of gold and American '"' oceeds of > Treasury bonds lo "rengthen tnc '' tlall H Guvcrnm e„i collon hold Egyptian pound. Finance Minister MO-H currency counlric-. Zaki Abdel HutWl Bey announced m ln na _K PUl cr. to-day. liWroN-ON-SBA'-No-r ()lMli..An IKiliua"ll". M 2 !" 2 _! nlondlM U" " "T?"S Wdroo !" ll with W}~. "'-, l 2 "V „„! %  quur. nwulrlo. l"^"?. I1IXI.N , BIADOK K~l "• AJjnU^ -i„n~.. .ml vo^ '"fSS^ iiiain( Phon. • l" M iint'^i: on. r-*rd and hlnW 1"" %  1 IM IS •• * %  ilrlim Mid out offlc*. Appl' lo M ,..„. SI Mlldo. • %  MM Hliv • .1. i. Ar-t das* ThcT* *•* 3 bedroom* 'ouii.. dimnmmJi Bfejmm*} nlXTM A lMAI>OV "9|*> uM J|2tM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED I'ublir Xolire-*— Contd M* -111 I HI".I M) LADY RODNEY LAD? NKLSON CANADIAN CHALLENGER I-ADY RODNEY |^\DY NEttJ*t>N IJVDY HOOKEY l-ADY NELSON LADY RODNEY NtAkTHmil Nl> 1-^DY ROOMltY l-ADY Nr l-ADY RODNEY I..UIY N i I.ADY RODNEY l^DY NI LADY RODNEY 10-h F*b -'T'.h Feb nil M • % %  it I. M. %  SMh M... irii Apt 3rd Ji*M 3rd ;ul> JTih Mar mil Apr ITIh MaBarbagj. UB rg, ftkah. -Wille. >(a Apr Arrlvae Boetui Arrive %  : %  %  ide lo thy Mario.. ii. DM .! MM .. Bhan APPLICATIONS has been m Director* of thl* Company I Maude Payne of Harrow In of Saint Philip in thl. Island Woman for the l*.tie of duplicate an— Certificates for One hundred Ordin..r> Share* numbered 3I.V.I to 31680 mcUte aiid Orw hundred Pieferwwc Shareinbered 5.MP to 5.808 inclusive kw.iesi „. the 2Mh day of August 1M3 ai-1 f" day *f October IM3 respectively upon the .tatemeni lhat the original Certificate* No. W and No 83 respectively have been destroyed by Fir* and not deposited with any one a* security oi otherwise) and notice %  hereby given that If within thirty days from the date hereof no claim or represent-tion in respect of fuch original CerUfkalas respectively I* mad* to Ihe Director, they will proceed to deal wllh syaB i application for duplicate Share C*TI ilka lea Hi Order of the Board of Dmelon ODESSA E MILLrNGTON. NO 1 ICE i ,i :-H OF HT JOBW. A'lrnlKm i* (Brawn to all owner, or ^.oga llwW thev should be Uc*ne*d Uurtng ..( February, in iwco-diuM. '" M *T-. Ac niAsB. Parochial Tr***urer 8t John LL1 M-tn NOTICE PARIBB OF ST ANHBBW APPLICATIONS will be received lb* undet-graad for the po** of "-i. ker and Grouridssnan and a Ma^arto* r*~"""c A -iKNn.. Virv Clorlc. SI An**w 10 2 . In ^— „,ii bora i.Asn m Imm <-<-'•' :',. "SSSBS *> oi u>" ** „. bUiid will, olhor *d 1 .^-r .Ida IUI oopoK ui-.lv 'or in* !^ArW mn SAJSPT IS K. *^ **• surveynr. *"g t <%> ,„ MISCELLANEOUS STAMPS Collection. %  %  %  %  oi ail i Ail. IHW* H,NTli TO ri BUNAS! Ptiot>yiris For cmh Small Proper.) %  pproim*lcK 10 ii Acirami Hume I liouie Be* 11 r .i Advnoal* C.i 1 3n I.OVI A IOI Ml ?ANB CA I % % %  %  • ng in idual reDuU 4381 O |ll BUl ,i T.| 10 3 50 3i. K 1 I \o Vio "i^ LOST %  tl kavruig Lew • lUli 1 I Ml I f II lllg 33 m in TV iliti-.rlm, Film HO Reward For re tun irll C^erabaiik. Wenhlng 11 1 M •,Imd While lcBl.i.rii Oi laying stock or,' *hilllim Infertile* replaced Phone %  %  %  .. fc 17 P--e Auto Tyre lo i Dial MBf V.'h.>leulr al Retail --'lire ~' 1 ) W I4n 'Til S, %  ml .:..! :..> OJM HOYS %  ^a-j.n-j %  Findrr return ear lie pa-r i'l I ,1 On Tu*aday lar gal Street f lo Advocalr Adttl II 2 50 -*n %  .— .*'.-::;;;" apTj Bg aST mxoW-'taiDcV?" %  1 -.. Real SirBARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED APPLICATIONS ha* been made lo ttv I Director* of this Company by John Cyfll Fayne of Harrow In the part ah f Saint Philip in this Island Eaquire lor Of larue ol duplicate Snare C*rUftcate* lor Two hundred Ordinary Share Cerufkatc* numbered 41. 141 to 4IM8 inclualve iued mi Ihe 3rd day of May 1844. On* hundred Ordinary Shares numbs — J T...221 to 78.338 inclusive i.sued on lh* Uih day of April 1M0 and Two hond—g Preference Shares numbered 5.88B lo 5>w nwlLisnc issued on" the alth day ol October 1M3 upon ihe statement that ine ..iigmal Certificate No 833 No. MB ,u-l No tt reepoc lively have bog* dealruyed by Flro and not depoaued by auvone as sorority or otherwis* sad i-.ti.-e m hareby given that if within nun* day* from Ute date hereof a*. .lairn or repreaenUtlon in reapKt fat *iich original C*rUfk-;.te. reapeciively I* made to the Director, they will proceed lo deal with such application tat duplicate Share Cert incite* liv Order ol the Board of Director* ODCSBA E Mm.lNOTo.V Tenelary. 38 I M—fbi For MARL, SAND. GARDEN MOCLB. .IUI LIME. li.11 4503 tl I* %  • I Barbados Choral Sotiety *lh Mar 51h Mj.r I Mr 21*1 Mar 22nd MM 1st Apr 7i\.l Apr 20lh Apr .. fUh Ma. 8th May I7ih May UJK < Wh Ju.ie lfr.1, J,.. IfHh Jon. , j -Tlh Jin,. --R" %  %  Aug kjij :t to change without notice Passenger Far— and freight GARDINER AUSTIN %  i % %  titled MmoaVJgasaj on applicant. •*-( :o.. LTD.-AK -•.•,vv>w>ww*w There will be no practices until lighting conditions return to normal. ,-.-.-.-.-,-.•.-.-. ••-.'--'-'•'-'-'-'ri'r'r. MAPLE MANOR GUEST HOUSE Opposite Hasting* Hock* I. BOURNE. Tel 3021 Maaaj*fOOl 3g 0 41 f n. iiww//v/'>'' The MV "Caribb—'• will acCopt Cargo and Pssaenger* lot SI Kilt.-Nevi*. Antigua. Mont%  errat. Dominica. The M V. "Daerwoog" will ... %  .-..• (..r.n ,.r,<| rOaWaBBBBrl M.St Lucia. S, Vincenl. Grenada. Arube Dole ol sailing will be Mail Nttkt MA fid lor kfartaayai gua. St. Creoi, Si T*r*B !" .md Now York by Uaall AMHERST will bt OSMI Pad OaMl .. .* Parcel Mall and Kapaa* .-.t 11 a. m Omiaan Mait I IMM l I tl CARPETS Sixes: ft. by V/i ft nd 10'A ft. by 9 ft. Also I IMM I I II IN ROLLS 6(1 v All very reasonable in Price. • .i.:..i.t,,.. 18n i.ilLliiill! 11.1(1. 10 a 11 Roebuck Street r-OR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOB bAGGAGE AND HDUSLHQLD EFFECIS Consull SMITHS SHIPPING SEHVB Tor Packing For Shipping For /nsurancs FoiPre/errsc* Representatives in all the principal Ports of thel PHONE 30M — ALEXANDER HOUSE. JAMBI ST. ,,>. INSTRUCTED HOUSE 4*JJl. , M-i" Boad VJ?" n,., **ai ,. .urn i ivnnerwe* ll, p>.bl*r tf %  g*" fl eVJtL**tas*la6 „___ irsiaiiilatl drawltui "*" din na M "... b*Jroom HP.WT. %  £,' '-'"Tl J^wu,, io .. i* *• %  ^Sm.srvr ..Tu.r'rSKuSi |V7tS d,, o. rSy; !" rxn betwoon Covo Shephen sd II 30 a m FliMler will breward*I *ine lo Ihe Adtncal* Advl Drp* It **--t FOUND MXN %  A 'VS PYJAMAS from 83 3 ~i^re. ^ a J* 1 I i 14. "nwiT leVAi.rrv KHAKI T:C M. P*> d *" 1 """ %  j I to MS l^dle.. Oe..lln0*.*" *l*n m CIOTHI %  Pee.secondll.on perfacl Apj-lv I t H—Ung* Ch—P OKI Black Pocket-book Tolder a i .II rccove 1" ; i 0a| pal llsfl *OOt .i HiflVorl 12 IV* 1> --'. *. --' J *.^.*-* J '., ^.*e*.*.^'.*>^<-'-'^-***^*-^*er.^>*.^.<>**<***e**<'**'''''*''' FLY TO THE (OiilBsvtllTeaVwal FEBRUARY 1 STH 1S1ST ^^"*t BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS m I'er %ile-Conid .Tvi.nurd! as I do not hold m>.e a written order fP f^ b ,J T m Tl IlRASSIaaHS M and M cent* Nova' i i;..i .. .i BharrOl Foot Itch Healed in 3 Day^ %  ok a a %  *. %  ...# anal hum >o HoCM i.i.iii um Siva Harreo Rock egg*, oul nf SW rd Living Slock. U 00 net -.Hies replaced Phone a*Ti %  hiiiaon Weal I Heftner* -o;^^^^^ S s in p aland Tablets i swaipal and potent oompiHind for lh* • %  •Sin** Ihe etaual function 31 t halherhoad II g 30 In PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR. rSBBIUlA of 'CWrorOMUpptBar BL u— -**>taodo. by Cturoptoetk method rorroct* oMoooo* of opao. oor* noea. tbroot. rong*. stoouch. kldooy* aid lower orgogwD** 1 mu —.t and burn drlr* you craiyT ..I or bleed? The U a germ Nikoderm 7r Sfcln Troaaltl ra %  '• 2 Christian Science | Reading Room in ru>OB. aowni a OK. ISnMd MrotU Hour.: 10 am—1 p.m. Tuaartaya, Wednaadaya. l-rldaya. 10 a.m.—11 o'clock Saturday.. thU U liai IM a*M % %  %  w Cr.ri.UMi aMM tasl-BMft. ^. !" ud MU • %  .. •I .. a.nai.'o. at M*BT aviaaa f DUI %  o r *• !••*• bonwod. or mNlMH f J Vititora Ar Welcome | r r r -.r (Begialercd in Trinidad) Lower Bnud Stnct Bridgelmi n, Barbados. PHONES: tSSI & 27s. FOR SALE -THE rHMMIIV.V MARINE GARDENS WELL KNOWN 8 ROOMED RESIDENCE VERY SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION INTO HIGH CLASS GUEST HOUSE DIXON . BL REAL ESTATE AGENTS %  •-•.---.-.• %  %  -%  PLANTATIONS DIPLOMATS, GOVERNORS. STATESMEN. CWCB" Come and BU. But TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED (Wilh fie Distinctive riauotir) rrmain always This Is the Blend you can rely <• iieed contlnuouily demarKW — TO ENJOY n nmu uii oii m **********i. t^ur Needs l ml Ortlt'r Thiw Ururt-rifs \ JfMD* D. TAYI.OH A §•• J ^-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.; -;-----r ;';';'i^;^ [ YOU'LL WELCOME THESE WITH 5 OPEN HANDS! OHIK\T\l 1.11 I s Curios. JI-MI-HIT\. Braswsrc, Kbony. lvury. Silks. l.nifiiv Ktc from Indis. (V\WJII and (hint*, THANTS Peanut Bultcr (Bot.) Kgtch'jp Macaroni 4 Chc*sc—Tins Chlckpn HB** Fruit Salad Pudd.n^ Farvx Lactarjtrn Cuslar I Powder Olives—Dots. Cherries Pork & BeansThai HbfcM Mi..'. Steak A Kidney Pudding Salad Dregging'—Bots. Soda Biscuit* .'. Jam;, k Marmalade Jellies Arrow Rum GOLDEN ARROW RUM PLRKINS & CO., LTD. Roebuck Street, — Dial 2072 & 4502 SLICED HAM SLICED BACON CANADIAN EGGS MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES SAUSAGES COCKTAIL SAUSAGES MEAT ROLLS LUNCHEON BBST MAXAM rOtf|J TlnsolCU"^"" k Kia PE & c ?^p*r3. VRl'SES. w GUAVAS. ALLEYNE ARTHUR & C ' HIGH STREET



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i -!?j-\i;v i.'. IT,! GOVERNMENT NOTICES pgnrBMITY COLLEGE OF THE WEBT INDIES *" rc '."""? '"' ^' "-ertumnip „t ..n Assi a „, u^. Department i>r Mathematics. £3. SCO i e / r l f cU cr ls *800 rising by InertMO. %  an Assistant r % % %  g, £ 4fifj L It* I* !" "" ~-' —~ . !" .a a.miu rrnnn bv inert. £!5 „, £800. and for an Assurtant Lecturer £0 risini, to Ul and the point oj entry into the scale an deter •£, w exnenrncand qualiflcatlora. The duties include teachin. TLdmrec-i of London. %  " accommo,!., ,„ „ 0 „„„,. — rf the a""" !" p : lndfr arrangements similar to JJLr and child allowanci .uald. B* ,l n IMX copi '" sh ''"• Secretary, interJirv Council for Higher Education in ihe Colonies, I Gordon TL, London. W.C.I, from whom further information can be ob•^"nosinB " 8th April l9!0 SfMIAV UtVOCATR ^"ilr^^irmail for Fatherly Advic^^ PACK THIli I You, too, can get to the Top WITH OUR HELP —by POST rsr' v %  5 % %  '•• %  PART ONE ORDERS By Lirat.-t'cl. J. Connrll. QXBA, E.H.. Commanding. The Barbados Rejtmant ISSUE NO o io PER %  so. 1 PARADES-Training :700 hours •jjaatby 16 Feb., 30. There will be -, r„rther drill parade in select personnel to form the Guard oi Honour for ihe visit HIS on the C Mar. '50, *'" "* •> '• r*. fast. b. -,011,1 tJ„,„ v~. .,. MM I,, „ .h.,^, '"£, SIMPLY CHOOSL YOUR CAREER DiSPECTION |bl mil he an inspection of belts and frogs under Coy and %  — %  rrvnsemenls at the end "' panda on Thursday 16 Feb 'Si JcaBmaMers 11 d ehNk the uniform |afl""~' '' ,nosf yohniieer: who .'mlerl the pre| j ORDERLY OFFICES & SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING 20 FEB. 'SO. Orderly Officer-Lieut. T. A. Gillens ,. Orderly Serjeant—216 Sjt. Storey. B.W. Xl for duty :lv Officer—2/Lt. E. R. Goddard Oner Serjeant—209 Sjt. Long, C. I! i DISMISSALS—OTHER RANKS .ding Officer has approved the dismissal of the BWfiuoned Otitej Rl 289 Pte Pilgrim. E. 3$3 Pie Smith. D.D.. for non-attendamit pal M I. 13. SKEWES-COX. Major, SOL F. & Adjutant. The Barbados Regiment PART II ORDERS jm BARBADOS REGIMENT %  RBRI'ARY, 1950 LYE PRIVILEGE Kl Sjt. Clatne. C flrante.l 28 d SERIAL NO. 2 SHEET 2 & ONLY %  LEAVE iiiim-r. 1!., H.Q. Coy. Granted 14 days' S/l. IjlIYILEOE LEAVE %  Pte. Cnchlow, D. -A" Coy. Granted 5 weeks VIU IF-: M. L. D. SKEWES-COX. Major, S.O.L F. a Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment. WHATEVER YOUR GOAL WE


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p \<,i i HI ;;n i \ SUNDAY ADVOCATE Report On Civil Service Published Mail I Tlu the held .it tnc at DJfi ^ubs. Smuts and Bow irk at 3 20 A ill march irom thcie Ben*. I Red to w i groups receive son v inucta ii''< %  Mystery Malady In Jamaica iRartMdo* AdvncaUr CorrwiwtMl*'! K::. 18 Itt i Bj Mall) Jamaica's mj %  %  to.nmon'y eallod Vomiting SicKli i: annually) during the A nter month*, clalma .HI -main In full force iuive been reported, and [rom %  %  %  i.forms neat and Ctaan • U laav %  Will FlgM In Camp niit tim proMai posal tooth -rid nail Thaj ip le I %  I in in camp foi %  Jamaicans are highly inti port fron i %  %  .• %  %  k Joseph of "9th Bai ist whu left the Island neargr fifty \ nlved in a CJFC* %  i Hanover (In which Buatamanta was born) .cm s*hoi etaUdron hi it) .i tOI vmiting With %  %  ..:.. roportctJ ; ill is ovtf UM past fort> it 10 what fatal malady Is. Some hold it is due to ackee to < atlng "f bnmaWhile .i large school %  i\ [| is due tO t on It practically only affect; of under age. and it only %  I winter months, ..ting, yan a i malnutrltk uii'd. leadini .t %  uf Unstoad. and Hr H C Somi of the Allbland Asaoeianiembei of the Potlca Commission of Los irnla. Islands is considered to le. •s I': "Thr %  %  to a colon re I 'i of 25 was tt> i pbtU. Mrs H A Talma. Dutrl) C-uldas 1 llrla' School %  %  day. 30th January where 200 Pordc li actln| Quldoi ol this %  L Harcourl Lewli %  ; HI hoapttal for aomeUm % %  •round, and I* l,ucul Asinratinn A M.i-lio. (OCUUVO ( .:.,. ,.i *t.I ana held ol Pax Hill on %  : unary W.I. Women In Conference KINGSTON (Uy Mall). I %  .„ UM week i.a onfaranca ol West India.. Olad by Lady Hugg n .vife of the Governor, with Ift lOJoct af i>, lining a West IndW of Womt'ii. Jainaic. has a strong confndaranV ..huh takes a .,. tlva port hi UN cMn life of in* and The cons vain for the %  i m Thr amitng of rtad; and after %  composure she C" %  To Survej JumuiVu Vrchivefl ...,. %  '. fromaUth attended and a welcome was ej J „ nllsl| (;u! 1(Kl her by Mrs. i t ,, M ,tuona of AaMffcani fron-. tin L..V ,,l Texas. 4 .. | nnfederatUm ol a woman ^.>s %  t r o n glj b| all the speakers and ... been made to carry this through at the earliest possiln connection with the visit ol n dolegatmii. Iht) bV< IT. red I Mholarship to a Jamaica in at I college, oi m the state of Texas lira Manila Dal pron Inanl club | San Anton! %  I l.nlarships while hi ro ,',Vi' Tii rtynlno other scholarships wil %  KlNUSiOM thy Ml At present in Jama* i B E Daput) He u %  %  .i work %  %  i ututo of %  I : 8 but t > gain I i %  . Mrs Osbon gOI I 10 British Guiana to live. Ijirolmenl Mi.1 A ComruisMonei. visited ttn Hrou %  rda l'.nk and i High School) on ... MUI Pabi enrolled 5 Brownies H 6 Guides in par I ' ai Ind Quldai (81 Wh In %  %  %  I I %  • Class QuldC After ip nrc %  Ties. Lmerl BroWBst Tiainim; ilng fi Browi tn will b>' held at Pu Hill <>ii IHtli February from I to pm A i G %  Scoufa and GulaWa Own Bu i %  Mth Keb%  %  at 330 p m I nluui rra.tne 1 %  .iday. 25th The WrutluT TODAY sun Blaaoi U a-oa. Iota] ti OX p.m Maaa I Man I Ii.nury lfi Llihling: 6 30 p.m High Water I IS.5 a.m.. Illl a in ^ i BTBaXDAV R.inUII (t'odrlniton) nil. ToUl for month to raftM day: 3 In. remaoratara Mua I N I i Wind Dttr, lloii (g a in > > ill am n I Wind Velocity: 4 miles i. r hour. lauaanaaw • a-sa.1 N S >•> (II a in | n M I They'll 1>> li Every Time pARVER S-O'S BARNr-JUST IN RASSiNG MAY WE VE\~ OS-** 5 S £NCkJSM TO MOO? A WrCLE POUTiCAL CONVENTION RlkM i..a H .a. By jimmy tfado S .:-TOH5 .VircjME FORVEK I UJCyCRAfiNc.r / r 1 £'RS=Si--OE= 1 TOO.S A\5 v -"^ 5T00-S IN WER Hoe. laeaa at. Bo


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S u %  • •! •' 7 |,>brari 12 150. ^undau Quorate Price: SIX TEXTS Year 5 : ,. CRUMBLE FOR 257 RUN >azi Scandal In Germany STUTTGART. Feb. 11. %  BOt T %  '• PKKCKXI ..1 lh polity inakin K i „ A Ik, Hiirllfnibrrs-Baden Slalo Government are ..ecu. ^,v lormer Nazis, American authorities here disclosed. H Dead In French Rail Crash PARIS. Feb. II. mg Bead and m injured |rt in a coll. %  "-Vaa^Bi in an—one running pdenac and thu Mieen Carmaux and TouAway oflV i at ten dead ami 40 inofficial estl\ compiled at the request of ihe United States ^CommissunuT, John J. McCloy, said that there had E j increase in the number of top level positions LJMd to former Hitler followers. Ti.e publication of the report follow.-, the uneowini in Wurtrg-Baden of what is believed ( to be .the largest denazification :i 'I.rmajjj so far. I Police are interviewing several LflcaOon %  In i oonecUoo with alleged large scale briberies for -incation and sentence* ... %  am-t former Nazis by Denazification Courts. In Bavaria, an aqua] percentage tioni Li by former Nazis :hc report -aid. American official here said tito the Gov-, erruncni tag tha Lnsln%  man argumtnt Uaat it Is necessary to use Nazj %  of a lack of expei. In flva years of occupation, the Germaas.'iad had ample tin laet non-Nazi officials he contended. ^i~cu>\ La :| public speech Monday stressed his concern that "many undesirable forlonalUts weru their way bock into irn>' 'ant placeKeulei.1 tr* < WALCOTTBAGS 4 FOR27; CHRISTIANI HITS 121 %  fan jtai. I PJ^PJ^PS about IsiOD. The two • ong the kc two passenger m pi accurred m sules from GalUac sta" % % %  uaat and G id injured from tftr.'-Krutri. A. E. S. Lewis PresiuYs At Talks I„ IJ.G. Vi, || Li r Cont !WlLaibbui L i. %  . ; ., business IBU afternoon agreed on | :. Of UlO idlthe Evans S: %  %  on rep rl ^^^^Hl for |Mcaaur.a. Mssioo of the iaaa J£reace also agreed on |a*r.;i _. a West :/" 01 3 To Die For Conspiracy IN PRAGUE PRAGUE. Feb. 11. Three people were sentenced to and two others received hard labour for life in a conspirrlal in the Moravian town of Altogether 23 people were being tried on charges of plotting, •m-iinst the Republic, planning political assassinations, ttTffrmagf. treason and sabotage. Seventeen of the accused were given sentences of hard labour ig from 10 to 25 vears. The; 23rd defendant was sentenced to, four years' hard labour. Thosi i dantta MI Karel Vrsely. leather goods nianu. facturar, who was arraigned as of the group which included intellectuals, shopkeepers pnd crattsineu; Jan Tucey. manager of a textile shop; and Frankis Rob. n cabinet maker. During the five days trial the. group were accused of having j printed anti-state leaflets and ent JXSZT %  vowing to transmit abroad bv aoroic, political i nd military Information — iReuler.l I'll < It Ullll.,1,^ Top : R. CHRISTIAM reached pjg with a drur to the Bgf-ftaj howling. Middlr : WOOD i AII.I.I) TO STI Ml" R. ( hrisliani when he -depped out ol In-. .ira-e ..nd ini-tl one of C B. Williams' spinners. Iiuttom : L WlOBT now i in by C. Walrolt I Israel, Jordan Asked Attend U.N. Debate Busta i.f.: To Haiti j.fc>\.' I* left on i %  •L ft * f the Jama. I a in ( • Intern. I %  GERMAN MIMSTER Plane Missing NVith 9 Aboard Tha TEXAS, Feb. 11. % %  ...GENEVA, Feb. 11 The Trusteeship Council today adopted a resolution formally inviting Israel and Jordan to send representatives to speak before the Council on try? question of an international regime for Jerusalem The two representatives. If the Miss noun, i d lo-daj that a H.B.M. ata|" vi '* tl ? n, l are ,i f 1 c S pt< !?i w 1 ^ 10th Plane With nine aboard, has bat* ,h f t*** to 'TO f? speak all the Council i debates on the .lerusalem problem but will not missing itnca yesterday after%  i from .i position ;ii>out i8o mill cast of Corpus Christ! and W veston. iokesmcn said that the I about 14 hours of fuel, n tha naval air station %  day. Norvould have returned to —Reuter FOREIGN WRESTED For Neglect Of Duty BERLIN, Feb. 11. nan Foreign Miunfl Uertinger has be*' put under house arrest by the East German authorities, the Bntrollad -Welf* said today tha leaders of ristian Democraw. he is Urged to have %  neglected tin ODtfol as %  Mil rported that Heir Drtinger had had a heart attack • arrest imp him was connected bv the papei with the reported arrest ear her this week nf his personal assistant u -• and tha we(Ice Chief of Protoco:. l5Jf ons "was accept-1 Count Tung. i tha fact that he U ^K Chatl r hou.e arrest. Her. still playing a leading role n the purge of the East German Democratic party." th- paper said %  TaM Former parts balsava this rr^ lUeiu it -Herr Dertinger i> denniieU bed at his house Just outsior %  id Herr Ernst Lemrner : Christian Democrat in til he wss on Russian order IF % %  iSED) could not affoi important tool in the present '-'mmfr told Reuter —Renter Montreal hchbishop %  ^signs MAITH REASON 6**N CITY. Feb II mcr a ..c party/ L.ive the right to vote. A resolution inviting tha Vatican to send a qualified represen* DM purpose WSJ withdrawn. i that if the ''" ,v Sixwished to send a representa., Council. it could approach the Council through normal diplomatic ehanj Dr. Fadhir Jamaili, the Iraq %  delegate, who abstained in the voting for the resolute l i Jordan and id that he reserved the right to put forward I draft resolutions at a later date %  nvlting other interested parties tha Aral liaasnit not pq Council and also the vai tlons nf the Jerusalem population Vatican authorities would welpportumty to join n. the United Nations' discussions in the inUrnationalisation nf JrrM and the Holy Places n Vatican circles san to-day. Commenting on the suggestion by the Iraq delegate at the Trusteeship Council in Geneva yesthat the Vatican be Invited to take part in the debate. Vatican circles said the questions of Jerusalem'* future was a matthe Hoi* \Uv\ would welcome ai opportunity to make A directly known to the United Nations. So far. I :!icial invitation to Join in the debate hac been received, thev added. —Renter U.S. GIVES ARMS AID TO FAR EAST WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. WITH INDONESIA set for a new $100,000,000 U.S. credit, Indo-China was chalked up to-day munist threatened Asiatic region in line for AmanotUi dollar help. Diplomatic authorities look foi the new Vietnam by the former Bmporor, Bao Dai to be dealt a ahi %  S?5,OOO.O00 Far Bast) tund. which PrasKtent Truman mallei French-sponsored stab bodia and Laos in Indo-China also which the export import bank B loan, which may be used only for (tunuiiiw purposes, might require months to negotiate. Meantime Indo-China is m turs ixit.i fron pdvandnf Chinese %  [In t 'In-Mii, I: revolutionary. '.OOO.tKrO Fund, which Congress voted last year, may he used Immediately hy Truman to •mmunist forces in the general area of LhOUt formal m i Indonesia as well as 'ndo-Chm.. I is reported in line for reveral milPulled From Plane By Air Suck NEW. YORK, Feb 11 Wind current sucked John Harris, purser of a PanAmerican airliner through an open door of the plane as it flew over Long Island from London early to-day. A Pan-American spokesman said Harris was trying to close the door when he .ught in the roaring current. The plane, which was preparing to land, was about 2,000 feet high and living about 100 miles an hour. — (Reuin • Soviets Ban Scrap Export TO WEST GERMANY LXM, Pah. n. The Sovli rnort of al. rap from Berlin to Wes%  for lifting itu i.ockade," the WesMfl nandanu tern Commandants %  today saying that this action was erate. %  wsession of evi %  he head oftV d Reichsbahn (railwej UU) 21, supplement..: on Januai> •Isj on all rail thl] 1 mt-tal scrap wir. %  %  %  hich wer. In January. General ..mention that th. %  | hie! Be area. Shortage restrlc%  I hat the Bast <; 1 %  j %  :iad been turn d at H ehn stedt during Jam. tried to i %  %  i %  j A lln' OMnttng Oi the I letters salt Uwt the reasons for tha %  .crap expoi I %  pai %  %  I BSsWOI "In tin East German I .ng to 111%  nope of %  %  %  meas u re will Ml I Denial that UK that tiie i5.ooo.000 %  'r-inkfin' an has not It ao far more tin I'sie N CLYDE WALCOTT. West Indies and Barbados wicket keeper batsman, stole the bowling honours yesterday by capturing four wickets for 27 runs in just over eight overs when British Guiana were dismissed for 257 in their first innings in reply to Barbados' 686 for 6 declared. This was the third day of play in the first Barbados British Guiana Test at Kensington Oval. %  was again perfect at 86 he was missed oft a running onditions ideal catch by AUtinson on the square Sd to follow on". British leg boundary and at 93 he went ISP rune, down the wicket to one from Wilm Wood failed to stump. ckkse of play the British Christian! took full advantage ad of these lapses on the part of the cau had put on 31 runs In Barbados lleldsmen and went CO I'airaudeau to complete his individual century not out and (Jthhs M not in 238 minutes having then hit ten OUt fours. Christian! went on to score i A. .* indies 121 in 282 minutes before he was hatting star caught at the wicket by Wood oft avlni Wil ami His innings although three times. But it not flawless included some well mutants, who United rtrokea all areatod after having aspeaisUy the hook ihumb on his right | H the short one but although it turn in %  spell ol Brat class constituti I i" ol the spin bowling. He bad the mister* | nd was top it it showed a lack n that is associated M one all the tied with .... i %  i Mug the I Id %  45 in and might have %  oil 111 thl with .i ill Ith InternattoaaJ ei lokei t and 'hat sland.t has Bill e c b> the .bi the ia.k 0| %  bul the i bowed onrnias lei thingi to (nme as the %  Itntisn QuIaslS .aught up with k and the innings 'und the Wight who batted on r: 87 minutes to score ti not out %  KI.I |1 HKIMIANI lice yesterday and took anothei Ittalrti in 138 minute* to add 33 runs to his an cote, his total of 39 taking 233 Land nilnutes to complete. s after 107 this, hi ught minute* plai and the next liftv John Ooddan Bfinonal hour. The two ark was passed after ed Off 27j minutes and the fifth Afty took urn to Williams <>IT U >)nl> seven runs lattrjwera added before the British he edged high through 'he slip^Cii.i see brought past Sasppei Goddard who ws 348 minutes of \. Bin Communists Plan Demonstration PARIS. Feb II The French Communist Party's puno I Bureau today called on the French people to stage to-1 morrow a big demonstration "for iho defence of freedom and finite struggle against war-mongers'' The Bureau recalled that on February u, IVM. % %  .. people struck back against the Fa-.esM coup of February 6. 1934' In a headline the i workers to attend tomorrow at 2 p.m. for lions from Far Eastern Arm.' — Reuter. SIX YUGOSLAVS SEEK SHELTER ITALY. Feb II Six Yugoslav youths, who tictheir country, had made a "sui cide pact" to shoot each other parade i if raptured hy Yugoslav police from La Bastille to La Republique they told Italian Police here toSquares, in East Paris.—Beater, day. FUCHS CONFESSES TO BEING PAID SOVIET SPY Queen Sees Monaveen Win LOM> The Qw I chaser Monatci; : and Princess Elizabeth. neon Hani war three here today. It was the first time that the Oueen had seen -ids of 11 i 1 on him. fenced hard, led throughout holdi hallenge of six %  length with Battling Pedulas %  econd favourite at 100 to 3o. 12 lengths away, third of I 'iveen took lon^Elizabeth St. the race named after the Queen iver the course on De. i — (Iteut-i.' II //./. Vf>7' LIVE US I A. IIBQCJCO CITY, i< I %  % %  • %  .. i %  i no plans U) rapt Jen els Stolen From Court Safe HAVANA. Feb 11. S vesterday annouiu m theft of Jewels worth $50,000 and $2,000 In cash from a Criminal i ne loot was accumulated hy evidence for pending court trials.— y that the sci* announced to-day. re-jed to being a paie Russian, but acknowledge*: —(sieater.Ciry. Fuchs was bounr' over for detailed information ltra/il Airline W ill Operate In B.W.I WASHINGTON. Feb II Aeronautics Board has authorial zilian Airline to conduct regular flights between points in Brazil. New York and Washington known as Service* Aeros Cruziero Sul. will nproutas thraui mediate poinu, Brituh West Indies. Puerto Rico, and the Don.'ipilhllr The iew servl-e was issu'iTitis of a bl-lateral States. •Beater IN IN I KOllI ( INC. | you our new i hildren'* Trtryrle, we have now a romplrle ransr of modrK n .ali%i Ihe nertU ol A llfe-tinic — from childhood. Ihroush ihe wrious phases of .rhooldj>>.. idolescen.e. uului lt>. to J ri|e -td age — %  Illelu.i more plea-i :ne u*er* of ihe ;it.iui'( , of Ksieigh Inapt, It., I. THE RALEIGH WINKIE m IKI w KM n^.s. t Maseai w looked upon aa a to> to vatiafy the children until Bsssg uete old rnoush to have a Bi.wle like ll-dd, v He have spared no trouble and expense in producing this model. a. we real ite that in providing the >ouncer < hildren with a mount of which lhe> nuy be proud . ittalrlbulri hi Barbara. CAVt. -.III.I'IIKKJJ & CO.. LTD. It. 11. 18. 13. MUAU STRUT


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>azi Scandal
In Germany
STUTTGART. Feb. 11.
BOt T '' PKKCKXI ..1 lh polity inakinK .....i......,
A Ik, Hiirllfnibrrs-Baden Slalo Government are ..ecu.
^,v lormer Nazis, American authorities here disclosed.
H Dead In
French Rail
Crash

PARIS. Feb. II.
mg Bead and m injured
|rt in a coll.
""-Vaa^Bi in
anone running
pdenac and thu
Mieen Carmaux and Tou-
Away oflV
i at ten dead ami 40
inofficial estl- \
compiled at the request of ihe United States
^CommissunuT, John J. McCloy, said that there had
E j increase in the number of top level positions
LJMd to former Hitler followers.
Ti.e publication of the report
follow.-, the uneowini in Wurt-
rg-Baden of what is believed
( to be .the largest denazification
:i 'I.rmajjj so far.
I Police are interviewing several
LflcaOon
In i oonecUoo with
alleged large scale briberies for
-incation and sentence*
...am-t former Nazis by Denazifi-
cation Courts.
In Bavaria, an aqua] percentage
tioni Li
by former Nazis :hc report
-aid.
American official here said
tito the Gov-,
erruncni tag tha Lnsln-
man argumtnt
Uaat it Is necessary to use Nazj
of a lack of expei.
In flva years of occupation, the
Germaas.'iad had ample tin
laet non-Nazi officials
he contended.
^i~cu>\ La :| public speech
Monday stressed his con-
cern that "many undesirable for-
lonalUts weru
their way bock into irn-
>' 'ant place- Keulei-
.1
tr* <
WALCOTTBAGS 4 FOR27;
CHRISTIANI HITS 121

fan jtai.
I
Pj^Pj^pS about
IsiOD. The two
ong the
kc two passenger
m
pi accurred
m sules from GalUac sta-
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uaat and G
id injured from
tftr.'-Krutri.
A. E. S. Lewis
PresiuYs At
Talks I IJ.G.
Vi, ||
Li r Con-
t !W-
lLaibbui L i.. ; ., business
IBU afternoon agreed on
| :. Of UlO
idlthe Evans S:
on rep rl
^^^^Hl for
|Mcaaur.a. Mssioo of the
iaaaJreace also agreed on
|a*r.;i _.
a West :/"
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3 To Die For
Conspiracy
IN PRAGUE

PRAGUE. Feb. 11.
Three people were sentenced to
and two others received
hard labour for life in a conspir-
rlal in the Moravian town of
Altogether 23 people were be-
ing tried on charges of plotting,
m-iinst the Republic, planning po-
litical assassinations, ttTffrmagf.
treason and sabotage.
Seventeen of the accused were
given sentences of hard labour
ig from 10 to 25 vears. The;
23rd defendant was sentenced to,
four years' hard labour.
Thosi i dantta mi
Karel Vrsely. leather goods nianu.
facturar, who was arraigned as
of the group which in-
cluded intellectuals, shopkeepers
pnd crattsineu; Jan Tucey. man-
ager of a textile shop; and Fran-
kis Rob. n cabinet maker.
During the five days trial the.
group were accused of having j
printed anti-state leaflets and en- t
jXSZT vowing to transmit abroad bv
aoroic, political
i nd military Information
iReuler.l
I'll < It Ullll.,1,^
Top : R. CHRISTIAM reached pjg with a drur to the Bgf-ftaj
howling.
Middlr : WOOD i AII.I.I) TO STI Ml" R. ( hrisliani when he -depped out ol In-. .ira-e ..nd ini-tl
one of C B. Williams' spinners.
Iiuttom : L WlOBT nowi in by C. Walrolt
I
Israel, Jordan
Asked Attend
U.N. Debate

Busta i.f.:
To Haiti
j.fc>\.'......
I*
. left on i
L
ft *
f the Jama.
I a in (.
Intern. I

GERMAN
MIMSTER
Plane Missing
NVith 9 Aboard
Tha
TEXAS, Feb. 11.
...-
GENEVA, Feb. 11
The Trusteeship Council today
adopted a resolution formally in-
viting Israel and Jordan to send
representatives to speak before
the Council on try? question of an
international regime for Jerusa-
lem
The two representatives. If the
Miss noun, i d lo-daj that a H.B.M. ata- |"vi'*tl?n,lare,i,f1cSpt 10th Plane With nine aboard, has bat* ,hf t*** to 'TO f? speak
all the Council i debates on the
.lerusalem problem but will not
missing itnca yesterday after-
i from .i
position ;ii>out i8o mill
cast of Corpus Christ! and W
veston.
iokesmcn said that the
I about 14 hours of fuel,
. n tha naval air station
day. Nor-
vould have returned to
Reuter
FOREIGN
WRESTED
For Neglect Of Duty
BERLIN, Feb. 11.
nan Foreign Miu-
nfl Uertinger has be*'
put under house arrest by the
East German authorities, the Bn-
trollad -Welf* said today
tha leaders of
ristian Democraw. he is
Urged to have neglected tin
ODtfol as Mil
rported that Heir Dr-
tinger had had a heart attack
. arrest imp
him was connected bv the papei
with the reported arrest ear her
this week nf his personal assist-
ant u - and tha we-
(Ice Chief of Protoco:.
l5Jfons"- was accept-1 Count Tung.
i tha fact that he U
^K Chatl r hou.e arrest. Her.
. still playing a leading role
n the purge of the East German
Democratic party." th-
paper said
TaM Former parts
balsava this rr-
^lUeiu it -Herr Dertinger i> denniieU
bed at his house Just outsior
id Herr Ernst Lemrner
: Christian Democrat in
til he wss
on Russian order If

iSED) could not affoi
important tool in the present
'-'mmfr told Reuter
Renter
Montreal
hchbishop
^signs
Maith reason
6**N CITY. Feb II
m ! n!. ZZcra..c party/
L.ive the right to vote.
A resolution inviting tha Vati-
can to send a qualified represen*
DM purpose WSJ
withdrawn.
i that if the ''",v
Six- wished to send a representa-
., Council.
it could approach the Council
through normal diplomatic ehan-
j Dr. Fadhir Jamaili, the Iraq
delegate, who abstained in the
! voting for the resolute l
i Jordan and id that he
reserved the right to put forward
I draft resolutions at a later date
nvlting other interested parties
tha Aral
liaasnit not pq
Council and also the vai
tlons nf the Jerusalem population
Vatican authorities would wel-
pportumty to join n.
the United Nations' discussions
in the inUrnationalisation nf Jrr-
M and the Holy Places n
Vatican circles san
to-day.
Commenting on the suggestion
by the Iraq delegate at the Trus-
teeship Council in Geneva yes-
that the Vatican be In-
vited to take part in the debate.
Vatican circles said the questions
of Jerusalem'* future was a mat-
the Hoi*
\Uv\ would welcome ai
opportunity to make A
directly known to the United Na-
tions.
So far. I :!icial in-
vitation to Join in the debate hac
been received, thev added.
Renter
U.S. GIVES ARMS AID
TO FAR EAST
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.
WITH INDONESIA set for a new $100,000,000 U.S.
credit, Indo-China was chalked up to-day
munist threatened Asiatic region in line for AmanotUi
dollar help.
* Diplomatic authorities look foi
the new Vietnam
by the former Bmporor, Bao Dai
to be dealt a ahi
S?5,OOO.O00 Far Bast)
tund. which PrasKtent Truman
mallei
French-sponsored stab
bodia and Laos in Indo-China also
which the
export import bank
B
loan, which may be used only for
(tunuiiiw purposes, might require
months to negotiate. Meantime
Indo-China is m
turs ixit.i fron pdvandnf Chinese

[In t 'In-Mii,I:
revolutionary.
'.OOO.tKrO Fund, which
Congress voted last year, may he
used Immediately hy Truman to
mmunist forces
in the general area of
LhOUt formal m
i Indonesia as well as 'ndo-Chm..
I is reported in line for reveral mil-
Pulled From Plane
By Air Suck
NEW. YORK, Feb 11
Wind current sucked John
Harris, purser of a Pan-
American airliner through
an open door of the plane
as it flew over Long Island
from London early to-day.
A Pan-American spokes-
man said Harris was trying
to close the door when he
.ught in the roaring
current. The plane, which
was preparing to land, was
about 2,000 feet high and
living about 100 miles an
hour.
(Reuin
Soviets Ban
Scrap Export
TO WEST GERMANY
LXM, Pah. n.
The Sovli
rnort of al.
rap from Berlin to Wes-

for lifting itu
i.ockade," the WesMfl
nandanu
' tern Commandants
.

today saying that this action was
erate.
wsession of evi

he head oftV
d Reichsbahn (railwej
UU) 21, supplement..:
on Januai>
Isj on all rail thl]
1 mt-tal scrap wir.

.
hich wer.
In January.
General
..mention that th.

. | hie!
Be area.
Shortage
restrlc-

I hat the Bast <;
1
j

:iad been turn d
at Hehnstedt during Jam.
tried to i
i
j A lln' OMnttng Oi
the I letters salt
Uwt the reasons for tha
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"In tin
East German
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measure will Ml
I
Denial
. that UK
that tiie i5.ooo.000
'r-inkfin' an has not
It ao far more
tin I'sie N
CLYDE WALCOTT. West Indies and Barbados
wicket keeper batsman, stole the bowling
honours yesterday by capturing four wickets for
27 runs in just over eight overs when British
Guiana were dismissed for 257 in their first innings
in reply to Barbados' 686 for 6 declared. This
was the third day of play in the first Barbados
British Guiana Test at Kensington Oval.
was again perfect at 86 he was missed oft a running
onditions ideal catch by AUtinson on the square
Sd to follow on". British leg boundary and at 93 he went
ISP rune, down the wicket to one from Wil-
m Wood failed to stump.
ckkse of play the British Christian! took full advantage
ad of these lapses on the part of the
cau had put on 31 runs In Barbados lleldsmen and went CO
I'airaudeau to complete his individual century
not out and (Jthhs M not in 238 minutes having then hit ten
OUt fours. Christian! went on to score
i a. .* indies 121 in 282 minutes before he was
hatting star caught at the wicket by Wood oft
avlni Wil ami His innings although
three times. But it not flawless included some well
mutants, who United rtrokea all areatod
after having aspeaisUy the hook
ihumb on his right | H the short one but although it
turn in spell ol Brat class constituti I i" ol the
spin bowling. He bad the mister* | nd was top
it it showed a lack
n that is associated
M one
all the
tied with
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i
Mug the
I
Id 45 in
and might have

oil 111 thl
with .i
ill '
Ith Interna-
ttoaaJ ei lokei
t and 'hat sland-
.t has Bi-
ll e c "
b> the
.bi the
ia.k 0|

bul the
i bowed onrnias
lei thingi
to (nme as the

Itntisn QuIaslS
.aught up with
k and the
innings
'und the
Wight who bat-
ted on r:
87 minutes to
score ti not out

kI.i |1 HKIMIANI
, lice yesterday and took anothei
Ittalrti in 138 minute* to add 33 runs to his
an cote, his total of 39 taking 233
Land nilnutes to complete.
s after 107
this, hi ught minute* plai and the next liftv
. John Ooddan Bfinonal hour. The two
ark was passed after
ed Off 27j minutes and the fifth Afty took
urn to Williams <>it U >)nl> seven runs
lattrjwera added before the British
he edged high through 'he slip^Cii.i see brought
past Sasppei Goddard who ws 348 minutes of
\. Bin
Communists Plan
Demonstration
PARIS. Feb II .
The French Communist Party's puno-
I Bureau today called on
the French people to stage to-1
morrow a big demonstration "for
iho defence of freedom and fin-
ite struggle against war-mongers''
The Bureau recalled that on
February u, ivm. ..
people struck back against the Fa-.-
esM coup of February 6. 1934'
In a headline the i
workers to attend to-
morrow at 2 p.m. for
lions from Far Eastern Arm.'
Reuter.
SIX YUGOSLAVS
SEEK SHELTER
ITALY. Feb II
Six Yugoslav youths, who tic-
their country, had made a "sui
cide pact" to shoot each other
_ parade i if raptured hy Yugoslav police
from La Bastille to La Republique they told Italian Police here to-
Squares, in East Paris.Beater, day.
FUCHS CONFESSES TO
BEING PAID SOVIET SPY
Queen Sees
Monaveen
Win
LOM>
The Qw I
chaser Monatci;
: and Princess Elizabeth.
neon Han-
i war three
here today.
It was the first time that the
Oueen had seen
-ids of 11
i 1 on him.
fenced hard, led throughout hold-
i hallenge of six

length with Battling Pedulas
econd favourite at 100 to 3o. 12
lengths away, third of I
'iveen took lon^-
Elizabeth St. .
the race named after the Queen
iver the course on De. i
(Iteut-i.'
II //./. Vf>7'
LIVE US I A.
IIBQCJCO CITY, i< I


.. i
i no plans U)
rapt
Jen els Stolen
From Court Safe
HAVANA. Feb 11.
S vesterday annouiu m
theft of Jewels worth $50,000 and
$2,000 In cash from a Criminal
i ne loot was accumu-
lated hy evidence for pending
court trials. (CJ
Tho VA Military
WASHINGTON. Feb 11.
Security-minded U S Con-
gressmen looked to Britain to-day
for more information on Ameri-
ca*, activities of Klass Fuchs. Par-
rs a .i ticularly. they want to know what
rOUCemeD \rn-t || .formation the high ranking Ger-
uisruus r.v mi "n-horn nuclear physic
_ a- .; r, accused of giving tc Russian ference that the
Two A-nertean M^Ury PoUce- agent*, and who those agents wer. represent,
trial at court sessions beginning
on February 28.
In his confession, the court was
told that Fuchs said that he gave
informaUon to Soviet ..
during the 1943-48 period, when
he was In the U.S. Chairman
Bnen McMahon told a Press Con-
ite House
Atomic
men have been orrested here af- M members of the wartln.e Bnt- Energy Committee is interested
.ing having kidnappea Isrl Atomic team for wh. *^ng exactly what Fuchs stole
a displaced person and "aojd worked k | f,mve awiy He *aid that the
he Russians for 7.000 witnesses told knows genei..
i.can Authorities yesterd>y that the sci*
announced to-day. re-jed to being a paie Russian, but acknowledge*:
(sieater.Ciry. Fuchs was bounr' over for detailed information
ltra/il Airline W ill
Operate In B.W.I
WASHINGTON. Feb II
Aeronau-
tics Board has authorial
zilian Airline to conduct regular
flights between points in Brazil.
New York and Washington
known as Servi-
ce* Aeros Cruziero Sul. will np-
routas thraui
mediate poinu, Brituh West In-
dies. Puerto Rico, and the Don.-
'ipilhllr The
iew servl-e
was issu- 'iTitis of a
bl-lateral
States.
Beater

IN IN I KOllI ( INC. | you our
new i hildren'* Trtryrle, we have
now a romplrle ransr of modrK
n .ali%i Ihe nertU ol a llfe-tinic
from childhood. Ihroush ihe
wrious phases of .rhooldj>>..
idolescen.e. uului
lt>. to j ri|e -td age
Illelu.i
more plea-i and kgniHu hj Ins
jo*-* I CjllStg
Ski ejeri > :ne u*er* of
ihe ;it.iui'( , of
Ksieigh Inapt,
It.,I.
The RALEIGH WINKIE
m iki w KM n^.s. t Maseai w looked upon
aa a to> to vatiafy the children until Bsssg uete old
rnoush to have a Bi.wle like ll-dd, v He have
spared no trouble and expense in producing this
model. a. we real ite that in providing the >ouncer
< hildren with a mount of which lhe> nuy be
proud . it<- imuhillnt m ihrm a U.\e of < tcllnw
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MARILYN MAXWELL AJTH3E KENNEDY
mi FALL STEWART POm "OMAN LOLA AUPIGH.
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ELMA WILLIAMS
MARCEL WILLIAMS
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KEITH SEALTY
EGBERT TAYLOR
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Plus Swert Muatr bj
Kb. Ill ALL RAM Oreheaara
C.ndurlrd by Mr. ArneM tteanwell
TlrkeU On Sal. TO-DAT M. M. *
PROGRAMME
CANDY
JUST A LITTLE FOND AFFECTION
\NA LOVE THAT GUY
I DONT SEE ME IN YOUR EYES ANYMORE
BACK BAY SHUFFLE
NO CAN DO
MEDLEY NO 2
lALDONIA
CALYPSO SESSION
Vocal Refrains hy F.rnr-. Small. Casper OHM ana
Arnold vlraiiwell
HB EXCELLENCY ihe Govern-
or and Mrs Savajr
accompanied by Mr. W Lamber:
were amon the crowd
aamiail ovr a thousand stronu
who were at he valentine Dance
at the atarlne Hotel last nijM.
Merer was : ie Marine ao beauti-
fully decorated. paper hearts were
evei? where and Post bora and
elrls kept bobbin* among the
crowd delivering Valentines
Many games of chance wer-'
going on around th. Hotel balcony
were several bridge
- .in the launae.
There were ao many more people
present than there was last year
that the ladies who organizer] :ne
dar.ee did not prepare enough
nipper They were extremely
aorry about it, but everyone had
such a wonderful time that it was
hardly noticed.

Will Come Again
R AND MRS. A. L. KERR of
la-aside. Toronto, returned
home yesterday morning by
T.CA. after spending about a
month's holiday. They were stay-
ing at the Hastings Hotel.
Mr Kerr told Carib that while
I here, they paid short visits to
I Grenada and St. Lucia and were
I very much impressed with the
lalands. especially the hospitality
of the people. It was their llrst
rislt to the West Indies and they
expert to return again.
Mr. Kerr is President of the
Bayrlew and Leaside Business-
men's Association and also pro-
prietor of Kerr"s Pharmacy in
Leaside.
Au Revoir
ON Morday night a Farewell
party was held at the home
of Mr Livingstone Arthur. Bank
Hall, in honour of two ladies Mrs
Amy Bedford Deane and Mrs
Miriam Clarke both of the U.S.A.
A large gathering of friends was
present and everyone thoroughl>
spent a gala evening.
Mrs Amy Deane left for the
USA. on Wednesday after pay-
ing 'ier first visit to her homeland
witnin twenty-nine years.
Qcutib falling

TWO OF HIE MANY lovely rmtumn worn by Flfnlse slsnetl ind t.lonn w irren in En, raj
(ortruomim production of HIGH n Ml: u the Empire rhctrr on March 16th ,r.| .; ,
Excellency the Governor has kmdlv aaajaai I I t tile performance.
MR,
SHOWING
OLYMPIC
in mam 1-1 tuu in a reels
II I BDAl A. I III E8DA1 I'IN'AI. I.SSTAI.MI NT II U 1.1 J
lO-NIGIIT
AT 9.13
}(' XHS$ Men *! do stryihinc for Am...
JuCa*fa\\
Former Bank Manager
R. AND MRS DESMOND nights
FITZGERALD arrived yes-
terday by T.CA. and they expect
to be here until Easter. This
couple needs no introduction. M
itfr Fitzferald used to be Manager
>l the Canadian Bank of Com-
merce here. They were last in
Barbados In 1948. and now live
outside Toronto, at Milton, Onta-
rio. They are here on a holiday
and staying at the Windsor Hotel
em
An Attractive Show
.OARIB has been informed that
the Laoyal Brothers of the Star
have obtained the use of Queen
Park to stage their second annu.
Carnival and Fair on June 8 this
reai The Brothers' efforts drew
a large crowd on the last occasion
and they have planned to put on
w attractive show again this year
GLOBE
HALF HOUR SWEET
MISK PROGRAMME
Goirif To Tell All
Their Frienda
AFTER a holiday of two weeks.
Capt. and Mrs. D Mc Calx
from Brampton Ontar...
to Canada yesterday by T.CA.
Capt. Mc Cabe is a Pilot with
T.CA. and flies on their Domestic
Comings And Gaaaj
M ,
Following The Cricket
Cloiely
MR. and Mrs. A H.. \JIV. Theodore CHai
Who .;.!.. U ^ j^
month already, plan to from Janaa^
more months in barb rralay.
holiday. Mr i!o\v- ,
ing the Crlckc Framptaa, Apnaal
from Briti:h Guiana being Advi Di-veloomeaiaai
: .ililng Proprietor ol Gomes fare returned from Tna*<
They plan to tell all their town.
friend's what a wonderful plan- "hey are staying wlUl
Barbados U and they only wish Mrs. Clerfl
their two weeks could have been Mr. Com.
two months. broulcr anil
HW.LA
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131 Juntpln at the (;lobe
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p.m. this evening for those wi:
wish to listen in to the
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last part of Hamlet, beginm:
8 30 p.m.
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New British Play is Hailed as a "Great Masterpiere" The
IUY UUOI ATI
PAGE THREE
Review Of
lieairkal Drought is Over in New York But Hollywood Plods Atonf Caribbean
I
FgrDKItll i\ COOK is *n odd Uioughl lhat when
W^ Mm llrcns m
rcUa it is relegated 10
V bill al " baek "ireels. on Ihe ground
i*'~" !" i "loo highbrow'
J , Ihe 0 that Is hlgh-
^^mSp. ol ,ed ^ a great mii.Ter-
^^La a.ve come to town. Piec* and tne American
i one hailed by the playwright! come in tor ntul m Mighily vindictive nerdllns.
M^H !,,, ore jmt Tile Member., o, tke Wedding.
.- by Carson McCullors. with the
*, l > of.
lonely
-. brother's
u put on aPPfoacniitg marriage. A distln-
hed it not monumental niece
01 theatre.
j-^jauo. the people who l.il.- After Death
Fgn the pl here <>"> * Enchanted corned v In
Ka rale th. 'can Clraudoux. adapted by
Vftar Maurice Valency (who also adapt-
lait.i.f >! pi''0'' "! dramatic l Giraudoux's The Madwoman
Er>. lh Mil are "' Lnoillot). with Leueen Mac
a^aadmn around in u rioye Bratn: Tl.is posthumous aopcar-
.,; m of Giraudous's Intermezzo
'"!. Broanway Is a charming
urimsicality with life-altcr-dcalh
theme.
00 -

gtabttorr. whirh opened at story ol an inaitu
,' ,! arun little
JrU. II ilnd a 10 desperation by her br
nce
-'
a-f-fa-^Bre out
(Si
I 'Pucin Science'
|im' does not ellek as llrmly as
nich Mlp The Madwoman. But n
BSSglhein. >. back the English star who
) he rot the lull import ol her tlrst big Broadway hll with
Jfte Robert Morelev in Edward My
aaajSj ,hal -Eliot Sun. and who is now among ihe
*aU"< -Mn- no:-to-be-mused top-liners ol thet
a^. . T,kl C; New York stage. still Mllng the ho, 11. I,Urn IJol
Th.^Ma*, by Mel Dinelll. w.lhi -aesor and Cleopatra. rig. LUUe I
The illm world plods ..i I ouough t'
nothing outstanding from Holtj
i
mttaduu Dorothy Glsh. A grim piece!
lb. cocktail Part; e about homicidal mint, ..
:,blr thin. 10 gag againl) by a writer of lllm and
Bttter o' not 'I"' n I Miockers. Glsh terrific
g0iw long or make any- monej General impression, bnrr
a stager onsanop.
Thi diiess Slur
Family Life
The Happy flase. by Samuel*
Taylor with Claude Dauphin.*
'. funny and soto,
account of French-'
Canadian family life A weloine
joyous antidote to murdo,
perversion.
Benign for a SUlneg-Glaai
COLD WATER
Window, by William Berney and .'IS ,.
Howard Richardson, with Martha B22L

ROME,
Vatican murce
.. >
I Roman
,,,,.., rn?h?T ,'k ,S>.Ul CalnoHc Chureh wdng.
wow.*^odied for The Swedish flln
""ft marry here sho.i^
Aiiiencan oiendi worried rrvnoiu. .

bout ihe "anti-British" upocti rung to haw
r this story. They need worry serrated later by
play is closinK, Before this v:m be dot
more. Thi
i
Shaw's Twii Hits
The Dnll'j lli.i[lr
lunt, Dennli King,
is the latest play in Evi
Young Vic. In America
thU is one of Shaw*
most steadily neglected plays.

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It was possible though i
Allow the .
.urch.


a be made


': aouW onlv
i-ymoon so that
Fmncis.

!
laV miitht *" i
Iv annulU'n.
nitary.
But. he .uidei. :
I I -lick and competent iJw Question of A
Ion, if not an hlsl
Shaw is now Britain i only regarded thai m
' with two hits in Now ihe urant;nu of i
YorkHardwicke and Lilli Palmer ment of Roatttlli

tl Rcaaalltnl
.i.
ntieymoon


hould not
be lu-ld til i tnt longer
Heater.
Rossellini B. B. C. Radio Programme
Disclaims
ROME. Feb. 11.
Bw. Director Roberto '
m
lafti.T. -sii: i,j> in-
Bergman, released In the
M States by ihe It K.O.
apany.
h-.-.rr ,
T^'-v- :: K n
a they ^>bservr. the i
m that
Mea should be
L '
m ktapp, .
n-i he '-presumed that
w*aiu,. [i ..
HuHdaf. Ftbrbars I*. IHM
Th* Nr*.. t II
I II HI N'MhlB -1 Ihr Oprl.
tan EdituruUi. U.IO um I'ro-
i!r.n,ru. Patadc 81-
h.'D am. Donald P*rr. ft
Down. II 'Noon. Ng-. Ill"
I 15 p.m. Sunday Scivlrc 12.44
p.m. Kay on
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p.in IU> a Lu*h ? pn
3 10 |>m lion* Nrw. ftoni I:
Masazinv. 3.30
;
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Hour. S45 i ..i.l Muiic. 7
fin Tin- Nt-wa. l,lfl
15 pm. Cai.libM.il Voic. 7.4J pm
Pifl)Pi i [i . i s.is p m.
Tom Jnnr. Trio h JO p.m. Sunday Serv.c*
pm The Nt*. U 10 |i in H
ifin Biiuun. w.15 p'ii Ufa
9 M p "i Tip Top Tnn* 10 p.m. I guidon
M pm Ray-, a Louflh. II p.m.
Win ''!" ML *
7 a.m. 1
m. UHawiff*'Chol<. 7 43 a m
tpaaklna. 8 a.m. Prom the
Liamm* Parade
115 am Dame Mu>ic. 9 a m. Close Down
II 'Noun* Th* New*. 13.1"
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4.H4N-. Si.ir
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Voices
Swanajr, proai..
BBC's programme -CaribDeen

ol recent contri-
Witions'tu ihm programme which
' broadcast every Sunda*. m
Jailing the Wrs
Sundays broadcast All contribu-
tors whose work lias appeared
I last year wit:
Ing in to hear what Mr
bwanzy has to say about their
work but his remarks will be ol
tan, unsuccessful
would-be writer? who have not
.vtt had their work read in this
proirramrue of West Indian prose
T. those who r
development of literature in this
area and the general public. Al
an added attraction the flnrt half
"f the (irr.tframm.--Mr Swanzv':
talk will be in the second half
consists of ana ( the best short
be hi';ird m
fj i^ i gripping
Tobago legend written
Hoach H ( Tobago.
Broadcast begins at 7 15 p m
Ud if the half-hour OB Sund,iv
12th inst. encourages iw
to submit work for I
Kramme the>- should note that
manuscn; ll>M and
B welromed ;*t ihe BBC's
west Indian office Address them
to The BBC. P O Box. 408
n, Jamaica. B.W I.
Mr. Attlec .ml Mr. (lun.l.il1
The current series of broadcast
the political leaders oi
lltkl tn (ireat Bti-
iw being given in
the Home Service and repeated in
the GO 8
To wind up the campaign on the
all Mr Churchill will
ihe inth last while

' on the 16th
adcasts lcgi!
will lx> repeated on the
following day at 12.45 p.m.. but
at tlus latter time tin
a and re-
eepUon maj nol ba tood. Mr,
minutes Churclui!
ill last for
half-an-:
Nan \v.im-i,.m,ii,s
comes into operation and for the

it here- 1.1' p.m. io 4.13 p.m.
13.84 metres or 21.67
1 0 p.m. to 7.15 p.in
lft. II megacycles
6 pm. to 11.15 p.m. 25.52 metre*
or 11.75 megacycles; 7.15 11.15
p.m. 31.32 metres or 9.58 map
cycle*. These are
1115 p.m. 31.32 metres or 0.38
megacycles. These are II
beams to this ana but the B1C
can also be picked w
beam to America which
G.O.S. The programmes on
these latter will be the same to
her for the most part
the main rhani;.
7.15 p.m. and 7.45 p.m. aac*l
day whan our beams carry the
"Caning Um
West In.i' not on tr.r
other l>eams.
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will be he.ird u. tl
on Thursday. Just at
programme luld of Leonard Cot-
. ind impressions
of the West Indies this secono
ne wlU tall ol CoUn Wills' jour-
ney round Africa gathenni; ma-
teii.il tor the Chiistnias pro-
Batllawj and for this one Wblcl
has been broadcast in the Home
It will be on ihe ;ur at
8.15 p.m. Thursday 16th Feb-
ruary
The children are so
lively and yy...
KLIM is so good
LtieepS them diat way
uyi ELSIE the BORDEN cow
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..i%- ib i v.in ate pi
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Awiaga wavunlinw i* oaJy i* hn.
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pom iaclaoana grey or ayad hair
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noaan nco dgQdrca'i haby-Uac ffWa-ah Tnto a law lair
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trial. Id four weeks Kruschen
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aluga-i*h. lmpuritlea aaa* into lh*
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!iaIf-a-doien common atlmenta ll
sown.
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I \I.\Y ADVOCATE
M M).\V lillKl U
SPORT
B.G.Batsnwn
Bowled Out
For 257 Runs
at 11.30

innings with Use
THE Jamaica-Trlnldad IBUn '"'"' h" "W
taker. '", T h0"-
nurs have Bnt to TrlnM.vl wincing win. and a *.wjn
the two TesU pi"" i nanwnl la of added
mpon sine. JaLtaa-TrirJ. U art.". Gu.ana-
lt.rb.do, eriea, n.. <" T"<" m- ""
,.50,.
wou.d h"vo boo,, mor. .,.
nidged bvl"' ettm, ofth.
Cnd some bnv I *> "'" ""
Wlthr^'o^^rTnn,d: -tot ,n,crnana!
Slollrnevcf Jcrfv OM, WOM Ferguson and Andy Gante.umr ,.,
weaknesses of the Jamaican team enumerated above
f-vEAUNG nrst with the Trinidad team 1 am ot the opinion that
\J j 1 was the l>cst batsman ot the tournment. not
only of the Trinidad team but ol the I ntlrt batamea on botk
,,t the head ol the batung r 254 In three Innings, in two of which he WM undefes
. m (Mr JoatUh
ttmbuj allow, him t.
core at a quick rate without taking undue chances He will M
among the Hi bataman being comidered li
honours.
PROMPTLY
I Wight 6.
.* first
score at 62.
King 'bowled from the Screen
Chrunl.nl who hit the first
delivery beautifully to sun
foe 4. He repeated the si:
the. third ball for 2 and play"<:
out the remainder of the 0*
Norman Marshall was
the ball from the I
and geal do* D I maiden '
Wight.
In King's ncxl over i" 1
played the fourth ball tl
for a single and Wight pi.'
remaining b.tlls
Norman Marshall sent down
.-mother matoV
anl and King did
i Wight
1
PrRSUIJ beaten and bowled b> C B \\.11i..in>
hail n .il 117. The cott and sent down a mai> t> returned to
batsmen were taking i .macho had another w
tr, and often placed balls life off Williams when Taylor
B.G. Bais I
With a deficit of 429 rur.
,iana was forced to
on and opened again with P
jeau and Gibbs.
King again opened the attack
from the Screen End. this I
Pairaudeau and M
maiden to the batsman.
Atkinson bowleo? from the
Pavilion End. left hander Gibbs
getting into hii wicket and turn-
. tf the first ball nicely to leg lor
a single. This batsman turned tho
fourth ball of King's next over
neatly to leg for 4. Pairaudeau
ipened his account in Mk
next over with a single to mid otT
and went on to score 12 rti
King in Ml next OVW U <
a boundary to long on and another
to long off.
Clyde Walcott came on from
the Screen End with the
10 and had Gibbs beaten with the
rirstball us it swung from the lea
the to the off side. He bowled two
The overs before the end of play those
J'"1 yielding 9 runs. Atkinson bowl-
. *%J
ii. MtntalTi nix.
Christian! on drove lb*
,'. livery lo the bounda
.. loojnvd m
ad King at The Screen End *
arnazingly quick aend down a rrrud-n :
Marshall's next over yielded a
single
Wight added
ivermght score of 6. when he
hen Taylor fourth ball went for 4 byes------ ,,... -------...... _
off which it seemed runs could fielding near the pull boundary the batsman played the nevtto ed the last over a maiden To G,b^
,ve been made The score fell in attempting to bring off the fine leg for a brace. He singled from ,he Screen End. At the
just crept along Wight taking IM cBtch. The batsman eventually the last ball to meet King from cIose the score was 31 runs vvun-
nutes to make his twenty-fltn got a boundary
the screen end with the new ball. out iOMi Pairaudeau being 17 not
. the score then being 219. King's oul> and Gibbs 14.
5.V ,hird DaU wem for 4 leg bye* bur ,- -^.r iMv-nr.s f.r
wicket to drive one from Williams ,fte batsman got his feet in front Barbados first mm
,nd missed but wicket-keeper of tne wicket to the next ball
7 f hristiani wnich nf missed and was out
L ,. ._ inex 1-b.w. for 4 The score was then
for a couple. Marshall bowled a 223 fof 7 Rollox was the next
mi was now 68 rui. maid*n t0 Camacho. JJ"> "ii- man to the wicket and King com-
'uS^T^^IhtafS? ':re^n'anerrT!nchS'XSeli'a ^ "*
Andy ( ,lrove lhe H1. b.a\1.?} !
il 147
..mong those who have been able to
C, B Williams took charge of
the leather again from the Screen
End with the score at 113. -
Christian! skied the second ball W^, then M h-1
square leg. Atk;
running in but failing to take the
catch. Christian! was now
and ...
given two lives and a possible
third. Lunch was taken at the end
early in his innings
p after some uncertain..* .<* .- ,*" arovc mic nm >*-'* * "*"*' "". **>*.* -- - Vi
to score a polished century, but next over. He had oeen extrcmey OI the over with the score
-".* "______. whi, have* been able to cautiou- >OW J the jftr 2. Chri.uan, not out 69 and
wicket for 23 minutes a single t out 2
single Marshall's
iielded a single.

Berkely
. n4abli
, mt, and the opening days of play
ado, Te,t, her. thai Roy Marshall s innings of
, ,_ experienced bowling of J
Caskln and Roll.." has quite overmatched Qinl.....
DAZZLING AGGRESSION
ha, scarcely seen an ,nn,nt, of
3 aggression by an opening bataman than that, and
comp.ny been^ble to com-
shall when It, m**m* opening bafm.n to the
Indies team is being considered.
Jeffrey Slollm.ye, s double centuiv In the flrB match u, ho as
J rib- have been painting it It ..
C that at 51 he wa. miwed by Fuller off an ea.y catch to deep
m"d-on but pronting by th nUUkg he reached hi. form durl
Crof the innings and after he had reached 120 hU cricket was
5umcss HI. flcld.ni wa, good during lite tou.
and orT quite a few occalons it wa, brilliant. Jeffrey Stollr
. nber one bataman for the Wen Indie,
g ^ai^3SSSS5
h*<1 1! m"th.
which
EVast Indies to-day.

NEW BOWLING FIND
his -.
. ...... i ,n cithei of the teams, but th< Jar.iaican bau-
t w .-.- .n greatlv, in that thc> tievel uw^i thm f-<'t in gel-
only 2 extras up to the period.
After Lunch
Christiani covet drove one from
There were Williams for a single and later
Camacho pulled him to the on
boundary and then took an easy
Eric Atkinson came on in place
of Walcott at the Screen End and
bOwtad with great pace to Wight
sending down a maylen to him.
Rollnx edged the first ball of
King's next over which both
wicket keeper Wood and C.
( I Ylr WAI.COTT

loes n*.t use
Cm resumption after lunch. Wil.
hams bowled the first over from Marsnan Wlth h
an end and sent down
maiden to Wight. Normal Mar- ......
thall bowled from the pavilion Christiani on drove and Camacho
:,ied a single, attempted a Single, Christiani sent
tver drove Williams' mm back, but I efore he could
, -> fur a single and regain his crease. Walcott who had
out the remainder
ill bowled a maiden \>
Dd Williams sent down
i. Wight M
inglea cover
ent down another
n io Chi.stiani and

a -ingle to point off
.-! .> anu Wii.it
1 plaved the other.
Lucas took over from UarshaU
/.ion end and bowled
I who took a
, cover off the first ball. v ign;
tinder.
long single on
: .to make
total 127 and his individua
single to extra cover Christiani wuu at first slip failed ~
tnenpushedtomid-onforasmgle K T*e\*X*n Kad not yet
*n opened his account. He did so
when he snicked a delivery
With Marshall's third delivery, through tne slips to the l>iundnrv
BRITISH "GUIANAS PHttST RffNW
C. OiWw 1 b.w KinB
B PfaudUW c w k iWoodi b
S B Mtinhall
I Wight b W.looll
R OuUrtlatnl c w K 'Wood' i
William*
O Cmrho run oul
Q Pwiid b William-
C A Mc W-U I b ' KIM
N W! A R B-Uo* t K Wood, b
n McG G*klii c iib. b W"U-otl
j Trim >< <""'
Exinw: b II. I* *. " 1
ToUl
DEFEAT
OFFICERS
during a p-riod of *-._
''t n>
it vTJ**8
struggle throughout hi .t *
rskeptup^^H
-...
was marked by strong kj?*
both sid-s without o>ftS??*
tion but as the aaJS^lJj*1
outh teams displayed a^!?*,
back had cleared S f J*
time when ., Koal seem-diB
that fine combination **$'
nessed resulting in the ^ *
for the Petty OfflcTrs"?*-
Smith at inside right mLA
received the ball ;i. '?*
moment's delay ma*T^H
which iH.atLittledale.WwtJ
Hay enntinued until ajjgfl
other"
On the resumpuoo u> a-
Room Offl< ers began to ;if,^
-forward Gmmtm
bled his way through * all
look a lonif range shot to 2
It was durmo v. ...^^
marie off the next ball ..
. mi and Wig)
the over.

kept on for some time

. n tne rate ol
monoto-. .
I his 50 in " mln
Uv
for a single. Ha 1
fours.
ff Atkinson's next over. Wight
had already got off the mark in
this over with >ingle.
Walcott was given hts
tht Pavilion End with
the score at 24" Two runs were
scored off the over and Hoy Mar-
shal] came on from 'he Screen
Dg about a double
change Three runs were made
Dg the total to
253 in 327 minutes.
W.-ht Out
. lug forward to the
. ol Walcott's next
over edged the ball and ana
by vickat keeper Wood for
7. Gaskin partnered Rollox and
turned the third delivery to leg _
for 2. He repeated the stroke for
a siagte. Rollox played the fifth
ball and skied the last for wicket
keeper Wood to take an
Ith the score at 256.
Trim was the next man in buL j
',,:... 11.
third delivery of Walcott'*:
next over and was easily taken
by emergency fieldsman K
. mid on for 4. The 11
It 1 18 p.m. for 257 u.
ing Hi t
taken 348 minutes.
irf wtckt-! 1 fnr 0. S df
4 for 1ST 1 for 300. lor 21:
IS. 8 for SH
BOWt^fNO ANA:
N B Mamnall w 'T S
C B Wllllama 3
i H I iicaa .... 8 IS -
;a- ^
r. D W-eK* I I
T ArmFSmtMA* 2ND INNINGS
; nibb no( uoi 'j
n rimiiuHa'i not out
BOWUNQ ANALYSIS
King
Atkinson
!, waieaa
It was during the aaaaf
that both tcainB.wcrpKnatfl
best. Five minutes i** a
Ward Room Ofncers hud ^J
ed a goal, a melee enwejuS
goal area and Box Iromi
left wing a Petty Oflker gsS
through to again put hit dZa
top.
Then followed an iua9
-., J
ty Offlcem played stubbctthj
their lead and th7|J
Room Officers to cover ion pj
>< was kept 4|
both teams and It wai onfJ
i the name UatM
the Petty Oihcers' centnsuaB
got away and scored oagjl
help his s ide win by a thnaaj
margin.
The ttanu were:
Petty Officers: Gibson, Igfl
Tuck. Wharton. Lane S
Daly, Smith, Cook, Plnyla
Box.
Ward Ku,iii ofllcen: Ufc
dale, Edmunds, Glmmoodi k*.
nett. Manners, Wright, Gtaa,
Barras, Gower, Peane a40|
1 man.
(J

..C.lMi.-t
' aaa Rai
saskssagj

...

gtandart
"""* v.l II. BOXED
Fl
I
MUr.
ndr* Baa I
Umtao*r- SSfcri well Might' I
for the
par right arm ^awnii since 1 think thai C n Wll
tttts nsSat arv .pmi.-
. n. tht fit;-Barbados Tests
Li -l.ii WIGHT
; 136. King too* flekledi broke the wicket. Camacho
...er from llV cored 20 including three
bowled to Wight and sent down I fcjpunj,,]
Ith a
ii gic off wii-
rtiani off under 9 overs. King took 2 for
Wight edged through slips to ihi drovv ._ 45 in 19 overs which Included B
, boun : lni and C. B. Williams wno
lW Up after 2i!t> minutes' play, wui- 23l; n>naUv a- also took a sent down the m

same bowler off the l.tth da
and thai -nher.
poattM
With lbs seor al U i
itm.uned in the.i ci
-
., Kj. r.n l">w! to Weke.<. I .1 Walcott. quare ;, .- boundary.
n.,u m piavi rs hki s Hnton (llltei l
"
no mini.
had 1 ...- Walcott i
ng the

V.
.. bowling
1 1
J0U in
R



A doubla 1

hat it '
been bo
Lanr< I
than t). '
I
'" In*" '"'' Itaoai .
1 "'"'" '' KdCy**ltain.
., U then to j ntlu.
' """thiajob h _, ,i .,
JAMAICA BOWLEM u .,!
Ail i,i,i uitli '.ii. Li. llLl,.,i ,,, gat 1.1
never placed a mid-on tor Mr, B lhe llrat game until change, briivgingon
he had
luted loi
I
ir wilhihc VOUllial
' lot and boul.
hand I I a to get
uhu w.t^ Ihcn 88. .1: ickat That '
' la.t ball o( tl .:> Walt
lor a brace and then took a Ungla ,oine,i The latter
Id oB. pulled one Irom I
WUU io the squan 1 and
than too* mid-on.
lani t.K.k ,i ilai
McWatt oca
than look. ..ii ea.) an uppi* Uroka w mld-or. off
Williams, but w.tli tha last ball ol
od up i
for three.
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hi behind the wick-
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in Camacho .

Ui the
107; Weehes In
i the pace sending down 1*0
lean at 113 and
rrdckf on him had he been ____________
backed up bj
VALENTINE SHOULD 00
AIjrREi> ica'i alow left arm bowler should
land. He spii.s the ball both
waya and Is i K'"' He can be steady and |
He sent down twenty-four consecutive i
i t and commanded the
greatest rc>i i Hll rMirnlisal of Gerry Gomei at
f fPU n irl rdng .. bataman down until he
I false stroke.
n I tin scant W*
loux ; tad >f a steady left an
bow'.* i i -1 ,,i ,v''' '-vould b* abli I
tb, ot riierlVicket* if the batsmen
dared to tak<
Lg selected
to fill that poMiion Mud.' gilaJbU U thaw
jj tIj Lass and should
be '* *
Kn add although
was consistently good, headma the batting averages for his team
and scoring 251 In I I * even
\#\\e, rat class batsmer are ficvei
(. ., (ii'i.^i C'halknoi f"i example and I think
. .
t 'i"'.. n
.. strong one
I have seen hi
ln d in Trinidad without piftl It
and r*o' looV lik-

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iKiundary..
eamo ba>
r: On resumption I
|. bowled from the t
igs 29 all toio, claimed 2 fur
He bowled 5 maidens. N.
respect
SSM bowled 28 i
of which were maidens and took
I for 20 runs.
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\
La S Tuesday
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l**?nedra'v>ii
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JLc0Ur.jeou! battler
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4 local spoil

fak Solomon
h Czar Of
Boxing
I, JOE THOMAS
ta &1M" Solomons, 1
PJ^aning'1 boxing promo-
CJSn becoim tb- "Car
iBjy promoters throughout
Km, Italian, French and,
mtnol every
JcgMurimr to h..
aids 'bills, of far
.
Egfl.....
(Bin, whose real
fc jUitomo Bwdinelli and
Euclid. Ohio
Boxer who wants to do
III tfiOoi under Solomon's
dther in the United
k a Britain.
Bit the present moment Solo-
lap be is not for
wJeafoJack "Doc Ki irns,
I Jack Dempsey I
a garoom. sub
Ml that he should grab a
lai promoter in An
Surly Sold On Idea
pi Marly sold on i
Bag told this writer, "but I
V *tdd.ed that when I pro*.
> America it muist be is .1
^pHaUveof a Com
flhandfui of ...
[ Let Bruce
. r -ny O'Sulhvan,
'
-HpaVifet their h;md!> on
laa u. long consider-
<>f Uncle Sam.
ady to move in
tat.
the
"
ired that he is
k eg Maxim to battle
?M Charles or another
! American boxer he-
Thp Naty Play*
Cricket Too
ere played in Barbados vonn-r-
tl b,?..,nT,y ""* T2S
the Intercplonial game at
Kensington Oval. Two teams
nZv/he HMS ^onSSi
however enjoyed themselves im-
mensey ,n a Cricket Match at
2Sff* ** and what 7"Tnte"
eating to note is that the mavh
'mpleled-all four inning.
Played out. while at Kensington
the result ,s still to be known.
The bovs were at ease. Some
neWed in khaki and some m
white; some in boots and some m
.hoes and some without shirts.
1 + w?2. *"** ,0 lo ,he
wicket without pads, did so, and
those who were more comforta-
ble batting with one glove had
their choice.
The match was played bttVMM
"A and "B" teams "B" team
won by 17 runs. "B" team ma
the toss and knocked up onlv 33
rn their first innings. Five bats-
men Ten.v'.ck. Phillips, Tucker.
Armstrong and Jeffreysfailed to
upon their score. However, good
old Smith topscored with 10 and
the six extras came in very-
handy.
Hughes, tht most successful
bowler for "A" team, captured 4
wickets for 4 runs while Parry
took 3 fT 10 and Simcox 1 for 0.
\V team In their turn at the
middle knocked uu 57 runs for
StarclifTc and Burgess did not bat
Simcox topscored with 16 while
Cox and Mot Kan knocked up 1,"
and 10 respectively
Phillips, the "B" team opening
'aped a harvest when
ho captured 0 wickets for 20 runs
'.alcott didn't do belter.
I Bjfpl Extras
With a deficit of 22 runs "B"
team's players went to the wicket
rtt off. They amassed SS
with one batsman short. Phil-*
lips, who gave a good all round
uoifoffimnaa top-scored with
an undefeated 23. Abrams and
Fen wick scorer! 10 and 8 respec-
tively. Feiiwick was unde(r;iu-(i.
Extras, which were II. again
came in useful.
Perhaps if Parry was allowed
to howl from both ends the *B'
.re would have been,
less. From his end he captured
7 for 21.
In then second innings "A
team were all skittled out for 24.
five batsmenMorgan
ItancUfVe, Simcox. and
ii the seventh Short-
aUad to open their ac-
tount.
Hughes, with 11, topscored
v and Ward made 4
;,gain had a successful
pell; rapturing 8 for 9
Hreys took 3 for 11.
"A" team is not satisfied being
nd they ere nnxiousiy
in opportunity to avenge
It whether it be cricket,
football. 01 '.ablc-tcnms._________^
fore an Ingush crowd.
At present, promoters are al-
lowed to have three foreigners on
:>ne programme, provided they box
against Britons. Now Solomons 1*
going to ask British Boxing Board
of Control t- cut the foreigners
to two per show-'-but to allow
them to fight each other
Future Fights
"Doc" Kearn. says that Maxim
is to stay in England for future
tights. He now claims that Joey
Maxim is not only the llght-
heavy't/eight champion of the
world, but also holds the "white"
heavyweight championship.
"The N.B.A. of America." he
declared, "call Ezzard Charles the
ihamp. You British guys can call
Bruce Woodcock the champ. So
why shouldn't 1 call my guy the
champ? Let 'cm all be champs.
"If anyone wants to challenge
my Kuy. he can have a fight right
here any time he says. And that
goag for Joe Louis. Charles. Sav-
uld, Woodcock and any other guy.
My boy's the tops". INS.
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Cricket Peer
Hit By Death
Duties
LONDON. (B-
High death duties and taxation
have sent the tenth Viscount Cob-
ham to New Zealand on a buti-
to discus* the sale of
his property there.
His object is to secure capital
to discharge death duties on hit
J500.000 and M .nable h,m ,Q ^
lain tne English family wet,
. _y.? HaU- < Stourbridge.
Worcester country.
The properties m New Zealand
are mostly shops, old buildings
on excellent site* in Christchurch
There are sums ,m mortgage.
Assessments of death duties on
these is likely to be diffcult and
lengthy, for while duty 1. not
chargeable nn certain land in
New Zealand, on other assets it
Is
Last Link
Lord Cobnam 1 grandfather
was largely responsible for
financing the town of Christ-
church. He made his properties
there part of the family estate,
mo mey are the last link of the
family with that country
Lord Cobham's lawyers ex-
plained that there were heavy
sums on which death duty Mad to
oe fixea and* it was possibU- that
Lord Cobham could arrange the
successful disposal of his proper-
ttH m thm Zealand which would
save the situau
I the death duty ha.
led and a
provisional valuation submitted
HaU, which Lord Cob-
ham Is endeavouring to retain.
t quadrangular house.
It was bougni by Sir John Lyttel-
tnn from the Earl Of Ormonde in
1564 and has been in
late to-dav
ome 2.000 acres.
Hagley Hall was
damaged by lire In 1925 hut has
been completely restored. Dry
l cnilv duv-
the Long Gallery and
if the house is retained it will
cost Lord Cobham a large sum

room not touched by the tire.
Lord Cobham also owns Cray-
combe House nearby, which has
been his home for many lears.
Viscount Cobhiim succeeded in
the title last July As the Hon-
orebte r j. Lyttelton, he was
widely known as :i llrst class
cricket plover.
INS
Sunderland
Will Not Play
In Paris
LONDON. Feb. 7.
A suggestion that Sunderland
should cross to France to play a
combined Buenos Aires-San Lo-
renzo Do Almagro team at Co-
lombes Stadium in Paris on Sun-
day has brought an explanation
from Sunderland. and a statement
that there is no prospect of such a
game taking place.
The Invitation to play came
from Racing Club De Paris, but
Mr Murray, the Sunderland man-
ager, said to-day that when Sun-
derland were knocked out of tha
English Cup, he sent a telegram
inviting Racing Club to visit Sun-
derland on February 11. No re-
ply was received, and so Sunder-
land invi|ed a leading Scottish
Club to play a friendly match on
that day when other English clubs
will be engaged in Cup ties.
Sunderland received a telegram
from Paris suggesting that Sun-
derland should play at Colombes
on Sunday against the combined
team from the two South Ameri-
can clubs, but was too late for
Sunderland's arrangements.
Beater.
PAGE FIVE
Compton
Scores Goal
LONDON. Fob 11.
The fifth round or .he Football
Anociation Cup held thi
I tlie EnfUsh Football stage to-
day, and about 300,000 people
watched the eik'l
\u$sie$
Dominate
E. Games
AUCKLAND, New ZMland.
Fet. 11.
Awtralia who had don.
League champion,, Portsmouth, here wound up the Empire Camei I
at up one of the beat displays Athletics today by uininc ,,..
\\J&SnAxKJn?!n* ^"h "0l? "lrt"S ,rom tracXevcn,.'
.".Lincnester United, after being including the lour relara ,l<->,i
"Z0.,/** dow" "' half-time In ,hls aft4noo *
11~ "^?'e *""' ,'nrw tM" I* >f' "n> to Canada but
mou.h and a third for Manches- hw.- '""'""" """" ""*
ter Unitrt ,o restore .heuTead "SI*"' ~""1L."7 ."" ""
Portsmou.hs great atuek pres^ i hour, s?^^ T "",1"
persistently and 14 minute, from T.SZ'*,'} "T^ule. 57 sec. the
the end an equaliser from the '"'"'. ^ "!" ht* ev'r "^n
(M moving Arsenal forwards C"'.u'1 marathon
gave the usually sound Burnlev ?'m*"<1( ,En''n1d, " won a
defence a gruelling time, and the S T^ ln " < "! ""?
London side emerged good win- ,' ''" A"a'"n took the pole
MB Denis Compton, the Eng- i?^1' ."""o.n Clark of Scotland
land cricketer, scored a pieuS- ,b'fc "" am~ ""'" *'" '
eiue goal-hl. first in peacetime 5? ,f"* "*r 'lchM 2 Mc.
cup-tie Football-to girhis side Jl nlSf" "* wtB_anoU"'' "
.heir ov-nnrt > LS ..___,.-..: the day^ orenuer awards.
FEB. 12 NO. 106
The Topic
of
Last Week
their second score, and they hel-
OBI to this advantage to the end
day", orenuer awards.
Holden's was undoubtedly the
mtstanding individual perform-
Goalless Druw a nee of the day for it must be
London Wolverhampton Wan- remembered that he is a veteran
derers. holders of the Trophy. Jn hls *Srd year and during
wre held to a goalless draw bv long career has won races at
Blackpool in a match, in whl nice from 1 to 30 mile.,
the ball was twice in the net Blistered feet had put him out oi
one for each sidebut ihe whistle the Olympic marathon in 1048 and
Matmdy none ...r r,: ide II wea not long aftei the .-tan
inJi-^-^PS ' ** "'is trouble arose once
Sn?^grblVln?t*to,Tott backs. Derby Count J ff^ !L^ ^im,1?"
in the second half against Ttod ,rorn ,h,c '?nish !"u ,ll,,d* ^ "'" :
Division rivals Northampton '"1(l "o'den entered
had been overcome by their OB '',rd w,ln ;i
ponents' whirlwind it art. Third lr,v' ;"n* ,in UiviMim stockpon Raw the Flrfl !,,e inning line ix-forc Syd Luyt
Division League laadei
pool as hard a game M they have ground. H
had this season, but Liverpool':* badly cut but he was otherwise
class told in tht- second half and quite fresh.
took them to victory Tom Richard : Wales who
A lead of two goals In the Brtt was mnnerup in the Olympic
mlmjI' not In the fin
tnd-olf and th. ;o g0 ^j
d^-^^L"^^0*^11 lh m'tif- "P ^ ">"<* "nd that h.
8r%X2?5& .dy by tlmshin,
Check It ( th* start with
double action IssajOsssfgjaS
Madxatad Rub. I', toothing
medicinal vapours will bring
spaady fatiei from Head
CoMs and Catarrh, and rts
daap panorrativ* ifualttios
w-l broak up Congestion
and * Cough i and
Rhaumanc Pains. You'll My
I harmogana Madica'ad Rub
is a real blasting I
I II I K >! MEDICATED RUB
eaaMWaii
.. rwMnl itutm nar>i.*vr.
Niii)l> l-rrmiw im bUMa
DM (roni Trafalamr Squarv
Wrtl thi. i. our Bm And "1 KM oaly iMacr
Wr wax* our In- .m
Dart! m.i imw* Mtmikln ptrt.
Wtn t>ua*B war* iimt NVIwii.
You walkMl ..l.^ir wlU. !,
Mam Uwy r movxd inon- uffh
Th9 Hi]u Up, lo >wr*r
.v..(I ttSM
Now walk in* Ihr
Th- *fowl-h*ta*" atari '
oU i"i
i
*- tiHirtinti
them replay against the First
Division opponents, Chelsea.
A Record
1 mail, Canada put in oi
. I lo win the min
and rob Enulanu.s Leu Ejr
I name's double. Eyre winne.
Results
r.. r fl>r \n*
Bon '- ChanvrnoM Ch|
Derby Couqu -.
tonii, Toitrnhm Hotapur ; Lea6> inm.i d the tiiiee miles led until
S (rdit? C ,-p
Portemouth 3. Htockpoil .
SS* !- w'' ....iiderrr. 0,
Htaclcpot.1 n
Uul mtch in V.A Cup .dM at 4.41.
rbt>a Mikla. Nattaarai ATii,t..i,
manley 3. BradXord City t; lUimw I.
i^u-WMtul I; ChvlU'c Unllra 3. South-
port 3, Orwf> AteKArtdmi of )UHIcpol'.
United 8:
Rover. 0. htonolield Town i
tUalaUe 2. Halifjt
rtovvn 3, nihnton I; Wrr> '
ham 3, Rochdale D. Y..tk I
Prianion I.
last moter. in :
Somo ol our
A...1 laaaa
Would llkf .J
Thmtiah >
Duo in* >wi #vr thorn -it>i> i
And '> warv vwry anre
llprauae a alrutle -t
Wao ihM at every dour
And boy- thoaa v-ry ponplo
What KTwnble left and ri>ht,
We onm thorn p-irr.1 oil
Walhlrta for nulea at iuiM
tMd Boltrv rram eka I
wina aaaseaq mm bua
W. m iMdertown or. -ntr-Ao
She too MarlM a luaa
Uw i-aonr '.
And buy lUUr inoal
1 a bt| (ionrml"
*. a IVnv-i
r.. drop ir i

"**
r"ff..
r dor.
ROl ignore Iff
You can't keep dandruff
i
a secretbut you can get rid of
it. Dandruff means that your hair it under -nourished and
that bodily supplies of natural, vital hair food* are running
low. Replenish the supply with Siluknn and dandruff
disappears. Ted by its natural foods, the hair regains its
youthful vigour and slays in your lieadnot in your comb.
Silvilcrin
Ute Pure Sllnkrm in evrr ruws
ol Amdntf -mi ihumlng aoar.
As a daffy tettoranw csvsang
m MiUl "'"> Tome Lotion.
ards from home and thet
had no reply to Parnell | i.nisliniir
dash. F.tmeirs tinu- was i
llsecs. ii game's record.
Miss Y v, a the
Women's Ing Jump for New
' i I. IVminjin of Cana-
da won the final held events told
medal when he annexed the
mr Canada.
.....Uer floodlighting
the crtling events had startevi
their tinal session and England'
iwright rumterup for the
World Individual Pursuit Chat
uio.'iship last year, took a golu
rttta a great win over
Russell Mockbridge the Austra-
lian sprint champion, in the Foiti
Individual Pur-
suit. Cartwrlght won by half i
."5r?reien3,TM,he,,i
miles and this produced u SnaJ
DatOto finish de
termlncd 'hat W. Weasel (Aus-
tralia) ha Vow Zealand) with K. Caves
Australia third
The finish was so bunched ttal
'he Judges placed only those
raral other riders
vag the winning line at about the
at t:i
I up "....a ,"ub-i M
rt-i j. Ilrailh I Alhi..,, Hover, v Dun.
ferltn* < poilponrd owing to nov.
F-lklrlc X. Cast Fife J. Itwtit ,
Dundee United wa pottconed owina lo
-now Queen of me South 1. M.rtcn I;
Itailh Rover* 3. rtvdo 1; Ranaeri , Cow-
denbeBth n; Stirling Albion I. Dumbarton
3: Stenhouoemulr 3. Saffnl J<
Third Division 80
Bristol Rovers vernal Nowpoii
County postponed. The ground
was water logged. Crystal Pall
fi. Brighton nnd Hove 0: City
Torquay United li Iptwfch Town
I. Aldershot 0; Nottinnham Fore'
1
Second DivisionCoventry Clt]
3. Sheffield Wednesdnv 0. Uice-
ter City 0, Plymouth 0
United 0, Southampton 1
The last match En this Division
ended at 4 '"
The Scottish League Di\
B : Ayr United 5, Forfar Ath- samff moment. Beater.
letic 0.
Queen's Park versus AHoa
Athetlc has postponed owing to
the snow.
The match in this Division
ended at 4.40.
Friendly matchesA
5, Hibernian 2; Harnslev 0. Man-
chester City 0, Birmingham City
: Bury 2; Blackburn Rovers 4.
Grimsby Town 4: Bolton Wan-
, ....
Her *UaiiU I
Hhe goea there leire .
VI .,- i tinlmtding
, .

In J Si R Enriched nreod
Juat oal It w^^ tnornlrvg
And eat it all IK
And row will walk m rniri-i
l-%*rentina, evory mil*.
tha .ea> fwUirr
Thoi whwi your tttovp\<'f< <<
The buaea don't nffn-t >
Dai-iili WO love to walk
And -lop w *l a orog ahop
To "Iwe
...
Tlua i* met what we do.
Wo buy a J a R up
And uplU 't bel"
DOES uiOW HAIR
1 iom all .hainsu. tiairdressen and stores
Siltlkrla I abaralorlcs ltd.. Loaaaa. N.W.I0, Kasiaa>1.M
spontored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
<.erers 4, Sam' Mim Q .'-. Bradfoi<>
:. Huddersflold l
Fulham 3, Brentford I; Iful
city 2. Stoke City I: Mllhvall '
ijueen's Park Rangers 1. HO* -
caatla United 3, Middlesbiough g;
Sunderland 1. Motnerwell 1; We'
Ham United 2. Charlton Athletic
2; Ycovil Town 5, Reading 1.
NomiingCoughs
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a, alia... of Hr-'tcuiUa ur Aalhiiaa
rwla aleop and enargr M.wthor da>
wlUxnat try iT'g MKNDACO. ThU gr-ol
aatl ioiUclii work* thru Ihg
L ttauo fwrklM tat broocblavl
and luoga. Mtorto holpina nature
Uately M r-aaovo loiefc, aUoky
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PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
ta Co Lta.. II PrMd St. 1
naaihtl ! i'
Sunday. febraar} 12. 1950
Wanted: A Tourixl
Policy
IT WAS officially admitted a week ago
tht the venue of the West Indies Sugar
Talks will now be in Grenada instead of
Barbados "owing to the difficulty of obtain-
ing accommodation in Baibadus for the
visiting deiej
This is not merely an admission of lim-
ited facilities but implies, to those conver-
sant with the facts of the case, u charge of
failure to discharge a duty by the pP
Government. II any encouragi ment, such
as that given by the Governmcm> of other
colonies in the Caribbean, had been
to local private enterprise there would not
now have been any necessity to n.ake this
damaging admission.
In the first place Barbados has lost
prestige of being the island where-
Indian delegates gathered to frame the
reply of the entire area to the Ministry of
Food on the vital question of the future of
the West Indian (UgU industry. But there
is more to it than that.
Far seeing members of the community
supported I ..ntile body have
been asking that the Government supply
funds to advertise Barbados in the United
States, Canada an Ilia in order
to attract la I bjet of this ad-
and spend those d are so sadly
Indes but in
the British Empire
ted a
sum o: Committee
but reiused I Indian
Tourist Conn t ,0
five th ..
To .:.

I
agreed to six
build.
which wouJ
plan.
the advent of tin:.
bounn
island that I
them adequ
dos. It was .
which had I
the h llM bt'
offered ha I
ooounodation Li been
booked urn
great that it was
not p. -..mutely
tot the
brief ;.
It might be thai
up one Of
temp* -rid hoped that tin
tow oi t
,n pay lot the in-
vestment.
It ha '
.in more than one occa-i
Rico, and in Jar
privat.
pand the hot' I b
. usd employment ' ""'
colonies. Material for build
of duty and
profit .
the Santa I
tractr.
the V. I
modation al ''-'ba>

But ,: aught
to be |
\ |
wfaid Und '"
IhiS I ..'little
more than scratch the surfa
lial tourist traffic yet in the winter months
Barbado.-. poly adequatr
modation for those would
spend large sums of money when they
come here. The Governmeni has got to for-
told about tourism
and treat this heaven-sent opportunity of
getting <( for "r badly needed
. km ith 'la- urgency it requues.
Objection to in the tourist
trade on the ground that it tends to increase
the prices of commodities which wealthy j
demand and for which they pay
long as
Barbados refuses to let get-nch-quick ex-
ploiters doom their embryo tourist ti
It must not be forgotten that prices can
be regulated by fixed schedules and that
the increased revenue will bolster Barba-
dian economy by providing more jobs for
more of our many people.
Barbados with its redundant population
'cannot afford to reject any avenue of em-
ployment temporary or otherv.
admission has been made that Bar-
bados has failed to accommodate visitors
v. anted to come and spend money and
it is up to the Government to consider that
well and act promptly. Barbados whom the
and others love could so easily be-
come a backwater, if the "cherry" of tour-
ism is spat out with contempt even before
the drink is sipped.
j^. ,,. .. oeNTYOUTHIMK,
iiSTUC HOWE IJ A BIT
UlSulUBlt FOS IA80US f'J
COUlONT YOU SMABTSW IT UP
rill? SU41TI.vl.tSS... MOX-
H oi III? Ambassador
THE representative of the Barbados
House of Assembly at the installation of
Her Royal Highness Princess Alice as
sllor of the West Indian University
lbs month will be Mr. W. W. Reece,
I C.P. No better selection could have
been made.
Mr. Reece has been active in public life
for tv. : i first entered the House
1 in 1930 when his
r was mem-
tnd Solicitor General of
ios. During M been
mber of the Executive Committee and
of the Education B
llev i at Harrison College and
ngton College before proceeding to
the Middle Temple to read law.
Hi has had a di I ireeT in the
us of public life and is now
.i neral an office which he fol-
I his father.
A, i
iturn of being a <: i mem-
ich the
.. done who will be accompanying
his a
'
i
I, d the .hone
should ha\.
I to fill outside the
illation oi the
Mi Reece is himself dlstin
ility who hi
society In all us pi l mgi lo that
happy band el menol good fellowship and
tmosphen Hi dallj call-
i,t well bat
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wrot ..... ::
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: is an hoiio. .
one Which
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of tin
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settlement" to pave th.- aj foi a return
( ii to th. United
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rtj will-
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TROUBLE ABOUT
Sitting On The Fence
"My ratlin
.tht diri
dele-
bclleyr in .1,.
know ihc luct- oi iif.- nil 1 wtH noaru
A oioao wrlllna lo an
Ultor.
WHEN I was only thirty-two
: i and wise,
Said "Never ask no quMt
And you'll never hear no he "
aw why birdies sang
So Joyful in the spring
Or why the pussies in our yard
Would tight like anything.
When I was only thurtj
! said to dad and mum
'I think I'm old enough to I
How In thti world i
. n my dad so cross
Or mother blush so hot
"A stork flew in one night,
-aid
"And popped you in youi
When I was only thlrly-foui
The milkman looked to q
i told him all about thi I
And how it brought n
girl, you know too
much,*1
And gave me quite a i
One daj DO said, "I'll put you
.
About the gooseberry bush."
Aad now I'm nearly tin,
1 know, 1 know it all
l know it rtorki (Ud By with us
(all
I know now that the
bush
u/aj |ua1 tin mllla m rag. .
i,- doctor bring
Bigger And Bigger
koi: now 1
i i n haunted by ttw
ing that wonv
ind wiih'l
Armed that thev are not only
mu.li I
i s but are going to get big-
nar and '
gome time In the distant future
Ing to be "ton real
'high, with -.i
will

Moat lucky men of in.
be dead before tins ..a, ,
as 1 am descended from long-bved
1

i
daughter*, lUniptni a1*'"1 lne
h other,
;
pleking ui!
(
In the I

i
By Nathaniel Gubbins
tttla of crockery. A great-
entertaining a
i eggs on your steak,

Just half a dorcn. They make
me o bit musrle bound
a work it off at the
tailing. How's your bua-
Dead. / tMnfc.
Kolled on him in tno night?
That's the second husband
you've killed that way. You're
netting careless.
Careless my foot, it J like har-
.0 a : the bed. / shall
M a kennel.
Good i
for a smoke I tfore you
, sa\i. I0here*l your
uTea(-orand/ai Iit'.'
mow. 1 let him out last
night.
Hot seen hit" atuce?
told him to
Floating Vote. 'We wouldn't be
1 you."
-Of com i Laboui
The daugh'.L i
^d to vote for umanity and n.
so we did. thougr
there's been more talk about w-a:
I than any time I cai
I .or.
">u. the daugl
i anunent for that
She blames the Russia:
sne did say five years ago that n-
ment could go tr.
-
we didn't want at
i i the A.T.S. again, with me u
ardana, and the wile In .
: when she wasn't In
we'd better vote Labour .
now the daughter says thi i
ire not Socialists al
Gad up j

\n$ stulting their-
) thing they want
> daughlei
i To fee*.
arhlle we o-
"So far as I'm concerned per-
SINCE
1946
il ii us
stared up!!
I Itllllfl you
run 1'ii/iiif
YEAR OLD
COCKADE
FINE RUN
DROP MILD 5 MfUOW
S1.0U |i.r bollle
from
STAASFELD. SCOTT A CO.. ill
WE DELIVER'
EVERY
....:v,::v*,v,::v,v.:::::s
Nil I fold him lo lav rail. " " i "I iKmra F"-

line and n-hiiiine sbol t of luxation and OM
s and getting under your price of tobacco.
feet
Do you know. I

the cat.
She's al-
. ... that chair.
U ,,, Why. damnit
all. U*l IrOUr greaf-yramtdad.
1 I'm RWfUll]
all rlaJtf. Bu' ''ope I
off.
Oont woro "*' **W Bc|-
u Of Hi on by some-

ag at you donl
No!
i again.
., -bye.
(>ye.
noatlna Vote
"]p you was to Mat me and the
wile and now we
going * vote this time."
said
'(Mia*"* Tlioiii*lit
IF von have treat Ulents,
iiulu>lr\ will iiniifnM' lhf>m: il
Mil moderaU- *hllilir. iinlu-
an "ill supply thnr de
flrienc.es.
>- \Ml I I SMII I S
you get it beck
but X doi I'd set back
unlaaa the three of ^
j of die year aiu
; .'al with as many
aa wa liked.
irou get a bit back on Uu
i OC rather the wile
money, subfii
in god the iwUona cheep

ie lax, which is like
i ping money twice
0VOI li. man wh
: EooL
i don't anon
, aa in.
daughter says the Liberals wouh
guarantee social Justice withuu
with
UCh as ar extra bit o
i \enin.
'
give th<
.
and sometimes she thinks he's
"But, as the daughter says, it';
-A what newer
lot all UU
he family I c.x.
bat lo do wheti
1 i >
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OUR DRY GOODS DKI'ARTMEMT WHLH
CI.OSKD ON TUESDAY 1 lih III! AT I1JIUI
FOR THE
INTERCOLONIAL
TOURNAMENT
AND
CRICKT
On THURSDAY 16th
FOR OUR WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY
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FEB. UNTIL 3.30 P.M.
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PLEASE
ARRANGE YOUR SHOPPING
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',..-
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We'll Help You to Expand Hut You Moat llei'laie Yourwelf'
To The dilor. The Advucele
IB u*ar
battle .
;
outlet
of sugar csm
Hull. <
.
Kingo
own a
pend oi. I
On :.
In the

they givi


in tb i oited King-
.
itun
Keason-
Kuigdum aha M ou*-
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.. .......kg 1.100.1
\
I
I I ii own



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.(.- lo be pai
nil: I, is all

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thai
.
culoolal v.
..g principally to
:..
i part oi
that the
':
'
t formerly

portunity of ait...
ahould insure them aga
.....
piled to that DOB
absence oi
mean not only the loss to the

450.000 t.


a ,ubsklizcd Cuba bill
riom in the near
comparably greater burdV

more acutely their
iv.'iiumu iMeds). More Important,
.ire then prcpaied to (-11
brnenta
of those who are only loo i
to explain to then, the m
I
If is Majesty '* Government
now rot
of the
ani ask themselves v.
itrying out the obligations
uhien they have assumed, than
i emay we aa
sinking hearts, for the
sitting r with
those i ommit-
' officials who
...us only to record a
the delegates iiom the
tlon who
and de-

They have lough*.
I be over
published.
mill His
the sugar colonies but in those
'.ulu am net ful
saarn ta kaai

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,|\p\V FEBRUARY 12, UM
SI MMY ADV04 Ml
THESE ARE BARBADOSHOUSES
(M^W-pM '> *- ** Photographer During The Week)
THIS Is a Sugar Workers house in SI Johns
and houses eleven persons, four adull
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GOAT CHOW
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A PORTION of the root of this house has fallen in and
to live in the one remaining room, which in itself is ,n bad condition.
six persons are forced
has had to move to the St. Joscoh AtalShJSi '' t'i'
is a wooden bed with a rainVn 1; Sri',? ",J'.' <"< ">
>i:e
side!
bits of furniture.
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KNIGHTS DRUG STORESall Branches
GEORGE PAYNES
is
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this i, .,,:,,,, s.,..., Workers dwelling house In si. John. Bbi paopta Uv.
Tnc condition the bOU. .,,..
axplam
Is itandina on S.'S'rf'i I '' "" his tour
FINE-
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
In August IMg the, e... 'ZZfy'SZfm!!*
them to repair then- honM. Thirls. .^ ,n tins picture a ninWrttoto
a house 13 by 81 feet. Some of them are forced to sleep on bag, on the ground, a.
there is no wooden floor in part of the house.
The Camera Tells The Story
HARRISONS
BROAD ST.
Itt tJlt..f''rC,ir"und is >olher view of the house
""ground is the tiny house In which the thirteen people
by last yeai's storm.
DURING the Ml
\ih..Lite's cameraman vis-
ited the outlying .Ii ;:
St. John and
where the sugai
live. Mr F. E. C. Belhell.
M.C P., Mr. S
r of the S!
Vestry and Mr. A. !'
Member of the St. .!., i:
oonduetad Mm
tour.
The camera tells Mm
far bettor than
people urged Ihem I
i.specl their houses.
propped up by stakes, houses
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houses

ntK living ronditii ni depror-
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I'M.I KKJIIT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUN DAY, FEBRUARY 1!, ltH
W.I. Court
Sits Here
To-morrow
Kiddies Curimul
Delights Crowd
LWT K U.lir was Kiddies' Car-
ll ihe Globe Theslre
imf children between the ages of
'.< really had a chance of
Ik FoUowtoi Foi the llrit tim since 1936
,.net> entertainment sitting of the Wetl Indlai
Harbadlans. nl Appeal will he
a H present were ginning tomorrow at 9 31) a in
.4-year-old Trevor Two appeals are listed (or hear
:.i. eon tenor voice, in8>
mil -La Hue, La Rue". Trevor. The Cowl will conprto
.....i.fc enthusiast from Honours Sir Ceci1 Furness-Smitn
the ace o( 2. held the crowd in K[
CHURCH Soviets Ban
SERVICES Scrap Export
>t*m pace 1
(President). Sir Clement Kftloni
Kt O B.E Chief Just
Windward and Leeward bland
;,n<] Sir Newnham V"1"1 Wn'''
Kt Chief Justu-' "f Brlttl
Guiana.
The two appeals
(Plaintiff-Respondent) and Sfcln-
nei (Defendant-Appellant), ana
Sptinier versus Doorly Th-
CiAe-Skinner caw will U tiW
first to occupy the attention Of thi
Court and Counsel In that rn
HI Mr DHL War'
od bv Messrs Htitthinsim I
Ban field for Cuke and Mr W. W
Reeee K.C instructed by Messrs
Carnngton fr Scaly for Sknner
When the West Indiam Court
Appeal sat here In 1936 the case
t hfJirri wps that nt Howl
Reekles
hll variations.
. however, went to
i Forde. who
Pull of Roses," and
- Ashby. who
i>piness," was award-
ed second prize.
Beven-yMi waaMi,
ana; *Tora Lora. also re-
ceived many cheers from the
crowd.
Niin children took part in the
ie and ihey all wen-
given a gift for their food per-
Also present to .entertain lha
audience was the Mighty Charmer
an Prowler and Sikini. There was a
romp-Miiion between the Milton
Quartet, the Wyoming Sexto
the Jubileer* Quartette
The shou ended with Latin
Luna La Zonga and
MKs II. \. AITHE of the
School Staff
, ipolnted Headmistress
B -...viour's Girls' School
.11 assume the duties of her
Dtaoay.
The new headmistress has many
cMnsj experience lo
her credit, and should do well ir.
: hip.
T*>DD!f ESTATES LTD. recent -
fl ied three 1osm->
fires. On Thursday at a bo
of unknown origin
< mon Arbor Planta-
. fTlce at Collymorc Rock an i-1op ripe canes. Britt.m s Cio
uttered wh-: S K
two ilres occurred at T o d d wiiite, Chan
the same day. rctary and other members O. P.
The first broke out at about 6 3(1 ^ A A
-., \ .1.1 -.1M\ -IIUDA'
ST LBOMABD* am

. .. , Chudi-an-
Sarmon
i S 7 30 am Ma .Win I "> "* t am ns. ****
:
'ST 'PAUL*" :m am R
. i.tnn Mat* and Bar-
mi*. 3 p.m. Sunday School. ) p.m.
ClnMrrn ftarVk*- 1pm Fvtnwni and
IHi w.vatiun ABUT
DIAMOND CORNER: 11 a.m. Hollna..
UeftSM 3 P "' Company Maatina a p
..t.-'.i M
M] -: I 0
Salvation Maat-
MoBatt
mi condo#lt>d by Mai*
Diviwmal COmmandari
.ABI.TOW: l "" Molina- Maatina
i>any Wr*lini. 1 pm *alva-
IMMI maetlnB condtfc-iad by Captain V.
HRlDOrroWN CF.NTBAI. II am
,i,.iir>t-.. Ma*< 1pm Company Maat-
ind pm Salvation Martini Praarhar:
...hall Smith
Wellington araarr:
Hoi.
paas
tai. I
Salvation
tUOT Major Oibb.
SF.A VIEW: II a.m. Holina Maalin
p m. Company Maatin* T p m Salvi
SIaaU/>. Pn>acn*f Unnjtanant 1
oNOOOReceived
Attention By
S.D.A. In 1949
Pastor S. I ly ap-
[xiinted rmllllllll "I 'he !
.
. 'Heel-
ing has just adjourned at ttieir
u-stroyed an acre of
third crop ripe canes.
ext>
Plantation. St. George, and des-
pa of third crop npe
belonginn t-^ Mr. H. H
Noume of the same plantation
a broke out 4S
.mrt burnt 300 holes
of second crop ripe catMfl Ib>

Walker of Antigua
l | i
Pastor Whiv ..
of the
.
iucceedm: Gatken-
litimcr

Pastor Whll
was bor
parents
there, an f


Day
: .iccommodate the I'mi-
nu on Tuesday
- ,-iven in He> -
.
and Heywood of
Jarkmnns ihe West
benet\t from ii show at Lears indies. During the pa I
Plantation yard on Thursday and 8 M.
P (Spain.

hall million dollar hi
TMII MORI I.I CINEMA. ..
giving five shows
ill be in Si

in Christ Church
Michael *a2?nnnar>
log any
. and
*
Id the
MH KFll MALI. II a-m Holii^.*
Martin*. 3pm Company Mart .nt. 1 p.m.
lailallSSI Maalli pOUl ltd ADS: II am Hnlina" Maal
.mi I p m Company Maalini 7 p.m
leaUafl l-ra*tvaf: Lawi. Hind*
laMIR rrsTivAL
I IK-l UMII-I lit fl M
: ESA II jiii TlianH.gi.in.,
. iwiid I u Hai
,i>i Cantata and Children'* ProcMaion.
Communion Praachar. Hr.
(' R MorgaUi.
n-KSTEIN VILLAGE. Si Mirhaal 11
a.m. and 7 ptn EKlar R II WalKa-
HANK HALL: II a.m. Hav. M. B
i pm Karvatt ThanK^lvin;
Sarnca to whtch tha pobllc ai mul'.
7 pm nV-. \l II 1'irtt^uhn
VOX HUAU. Chrtal (nurth: II nv
ana 7 p.m. Hav E W WacMai.
R \M }:-.) : Mm Evan
al at A R. Broma
Tn-day Harya.1 Eaalival Sarvica* ar-
bain* hald at lha Huabuck Slraat Mo
lavian Church. Tha huuia ol tha aivica
Bra II a.m. 330 p m. and 1 p m. Th
.fieinuvn aarvi will includa a Proeam
ton ul ChlWran with Ihair Hartail Gilt
lollowad by a Children Piorammr
In lha avanma tha arvtca wtll'ba
t-Hcn by Ra\ U I Muota ul Sharon
,.;m prrach tha armon.
Hymn ttaali air providad at all lha*r
\ll m wrl.oma.
inilSUK BTBICTHatva-t Fmival
p m. and 7pm.
Praaaher In Ha r I Brrww,
In lha avanm* V-\ l> C Mnoaa
an goods had been i
delivered to East Germany
the Agreement then vice versa,
Orlopp charged that the
German authorities had deliber-
ately sabotaged the agreerr-
imposing impossible conditions of .
-ale on East German goods.
Orlopp foreshadowed new
measures against West Berlin
businessmen who took advantage
tf the si* to one rate of exchange
between East and West marks ;o
ban up goods in the East and
smuggle- them to the West. He,
refused to define what measure--
would be taken, but promised,
they would be taken "in the next
few days."
Some observers interpreted this
a* a warning that more rigid con-
trols would be carried out on
west bound road and rail between Berlin and the Western
Zones.
Orlnpp was speaking at a press
conference in the German Inform-
ation Department Introducing
him Gerhrrt Eisler, East German
Information Chief, charged that
the Americans had forced the
West German Government to im-
pose the ban "because they see
that we in East Germany have no
unemployment, that we have
crisis.
"Lite' irmnd+rtmL"
tMUMtMtf iremsw mkm."
Tha kl faiiai danavstolofiat wW esssaea tha !-";
tiow baa rvralDtioDised modem beaoty trcatsaeat ami
gajgasg for sack type of akin and aga.
IfjmMm gry. hmi, Igg gg#a%*aaasa1
nasjra gf ajsjajSffJ sigasa tndfrmkmtm.
datja^yaaaaiS<*4aWaaaf4fwaa.....fcgj >*^9
JUT I OBatllXENH HOI. Il /UMm awa. > | iirtaiaa,
laavaa yeat aka. wnintalh a** aad -afW.
if ft In i Ska 'taaw' a* yaw ami*, Mrt daa aya*.
rsfcnai wm with daily aayliaatiama af DVWU *------
IOTW. (Orar SO', -a IWOEA W* rBBB LOTSSB-aa
teaayaaaByakfai wklaakkMia, mil *#* gsastl gffj
aajAA soLi-non 4i.
it M I I year aki- BBS. I
BBBBEjj ajgfSJi aUSB| U I
i, a fiaia fa-.!' ,. ,Ualt
FIRST Al
Over-indulgence ^/
ReuU-r |
oaaci mii.i,ii a n
II I
M. i>. WaaHr*.
''MMU.Min < a
i WHair 11 a rr
. Mr A Allavn
M.ii- : | ,,
mi i i .. : p r
Fruit, Firewood
Came On Friday
A small supply ol "esh Inn;
plantains, coconuta. Brewood in.
charcoal arrived al Barbadoa 01.
Friday evening by the 4fl-lu:.
motor veaael Udy Joy' wh!.
called from St. Lucia.
This veasel also Drought a..
IliallW carburettor, a Mil slanvc.
a marc and kIx mules. TM
animals were consigned to Mr. G.
Harford.
Mr D L. Johnson is this vessel
agent.
Harbour Quiet
Another quiet day was spent
in Carlisle Bay yesterday Tu
harbour was almost deserted, th..
only vessel lying in the Bay ben*
Devonshire".
The last steamship to arrive
here was the "Alcoa Ranger
which arrived with cargo on
Wednesday evening. This vessel
left port on Thursday evening.
Vessels in the Careenage di.i
not number many Four o:
rafu left i>rt on Mdaj
leaving the DMBl OBJW
cargo wj. U-ing Ii
were
all ,io*Ue.l in the inner basin.
^ gm au . tim. Rhray* enwx* feuim s-. ^^
ii retaoanaa umaa. laey bmv paai aaaaaa
-taa> sail " a^.
Innoxa /';
'y Si
*4~*.
avi>>
Ilka rtllni knits pintail nliel
When over-indulge-.
drink causes headache.
discomfort AlVa-Seli.n
First AkL Drop osu
in a glass of water. Watc'i it :
dissolvo into a sparkling, p
tasting solution. Nit
can take Alka-SelUei
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I. St. Jamas.
MKTHODIST
in i Hri n
Ml
a i Mayaa*.
M I Cilkaa.
1'tlKlllM It am. Mr A B. CurVHHt,
uaala i Ml In the t \> Hr. o w. Aiiiawr.
raallpaH nM40M-n bm Mr v rimi
f ,i chain of over 100 ho^uituls
by Mi
aibai
d in handi-
cra?l work He was introduced W
by their Inata
addressed th audi-
ence and

Utura 1""-'
T*>m LOSS
61
GASCOGNE" COMES
TODAY

T Cl-
i ROi im NC8 II m Mi R l.inion.
Mi C Jt.naa
B\rnsT CHIEOIES
rivra will H* a Quananv Wraiinn
'i ja at ina Buafkme Ba-Btini
B arattM \ |USSM *> FSOBp Ac
ao iiw Muwuacaaaani mada by
,d \a- Havre via ......,, > ptmnif t< t "ar. *iii ba
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T'Tm br naM IB tha
pjn |, : .i n.-v J DAVBM -.ii .
un Friday.__________________________
25 YEARS AGO
ill.ih.ui.i- Advucalc. Febrti
ary 12. 1923)
BOXING
Sportsmen of the island wHI '
glad to hear of the return >
"Fearless Freddy" the lightwcue
, of the West Imli.-. BB
idol of Trinidad, who has again
come to try conclusions with oui
local boxer
Freddy gives his complmu-i
lo the Barbados Sporting PubU
iind states his iBBBiUon to inorl
any of our local men of his ^ la
whom he has heard about. H
expresses his willingness to mo
Joe Payne, a very plucky an
aggressive member of *
he also states that he hopes I
meet Stanley Benn after tt.
Smiling Kid-Stanley Benn Hghl
and so give the Barbados iporti
.cry enjoyable time Hi
begs to inform the Bait.
lie that he can be seen
iii.ii> preparation at the Washing
tun Hotel. Swan Si
ilng partner to Smiling Kid II
i u
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little yellow straw hat was pulled
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''!' clothes
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and the kind in
to sec on someone else.
HI Wear It
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either Qttad Or blazer jackets.
Aftof"oon dre** made of pleal-
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Delicate colon i
cream, honey and grey. Short
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while tabs on I
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round the sleeves and It
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PAGE li N
M VDAY ADVOCATE
-\m>vv Fi-.niii \uy ,,
Talking About Music
Bernard Wicksteed in
Let London Have Beecham m Darkest Africa .
Fifty Years Hence
By . ..
Toscanini
NrMLI-K 1>
]1 was gnoO tit OHM
1 f S.i Thotnu
back to L-undon. He I
secrri He BtkBTBI il with nobody,
onri nob**'.- can say quiii- what
It is.
.crtain that Sir Thorn;."
and Toscanini I
celebrated conductors living-
that m. In In* opinion of all sec-
.. pubstc the
.
There was recently I
n the Press about tin
proposal thai Tuscan i;
conduct nt the opening ol
:
of IM1. A
I
in%-ite them both to appear on th.
inaugural occasion, tun
Garni
would say.
Th. cs of course.
I ,,m..nun's Way
. Toscanini BUI
. i -

Nietzsche.
i
aortantoui TeutOBs
all metaphysical murk and weigh
.rusts to unptlll
a (li lighted improvisation.
.in at least In

much as I builder examines
blue-pruit.
il.- sgvcti the sympl
ohUbj to hif
I i a
ftcBttoni iai.i dm i
poaar.
until the dll
al rehearsal then be i *

| I
duct if
Th* BaloN-brrakrr
At rehearsal Toscanini
lay the foun

.. varnishing-iLiy
tual '
cann
Um Baal rahaaraal B
ii.. i ntni mil
essential phrase or tempo at th -
to - I* U
Of fan. \ mi In .
h has taken 01
way.
At reheat-,
ly '-.
ed. A pretty piece, he f
to th'1 orchestra d
rlns t" 'he fourth lympa
a Stray*.
Torn
scnuus 1 have beard him
groan as tnough in pain. hV
at the most renowned and
MM vocalists and sacked
them.
snaps his baton over his
ini u into two pieces
his despair.
Once on a time a celluloid ba-
ton somehow got Into his posses-
sion He nearly gibbered for *
vain effort to break
DO, lie lacks the gay irony
ol Beecham, and the lack of hu-
mour comes out sometimes in his-
conductingjust as Beecham'.-
Inck of solemnity comes out in
lucting.
Artist And High Priost
rssM (Of Sir Thomas is an in -
He wisely refrains the whole) from conducting work
i. minor Mass of Bach
l, Symphony of Bee-
He is not drawn to the
Tragic U
But he can make music sing
and d4d
.iir with a felicity unequalled b>
anybody.
altogether the artist and

..ndarin if you
.ikea:. I - .- UM altut.
Toscanini believes in II.>
i
the grandeur and truth uf BO-
] .il!
Beecham is Dthin
ready to in*. un-
. xpected prompting <>t \
Eft
\ith hih senses as with I
light <
duett by aaP
uel Butler mainUiri.-l that a
ji.usical appreciate.

( uiiimittjn Bj I hi
ed and li

eanlnJ himself doesn't command
periods.
MAN his per-
0 much by ;.n-
H I Hi
immer Into i Bowing
, rlbtnf Uia Toa-
vrbat might be called
i
is as a
.vei mi.g wheel, unynS
leful Scmetimss 1 fael that the
Toscanlni's right arm. like [won

OldT nun of mu-
sictha "old" is merely rhe-
mncal. At tha festival of 11151
..> thorn n* n
Mars and '
on] unction 1
Thus would \ 'li I.
nonour anil dttUnctlon In Mi I"
rM Copyrighl
L.E.8.
Tve always held that
(he best plate to be in a
(.rnrral Flection is the
heart of Africa.'
KINGFISHER GORCK.
KENYA.
Ever been to Darkest A
Well, that's where I am now. sit-
ting in a car by a waterhole wait-
ing for the nine o'clock guns.
The sun set a couple of hours
ago and Africa's now so dark that
even Stanley wouldn't be able to
rtnd me. The only things to be
seen are the Areflie* bobbing
about in the bushes.
They look rather pretty, like
Chinese lanterns swaying in the
wind, but it's hard to concentrate
l wling around
MB. <' ttvao enormous lions.
Perhaps it needs a bit of ex-
plaining, all this. A few days ago
I was sitting comfortably at home
in Hampstead with my children
on my knee and now I'm in Airica
surrounded by lions. This sudden
translation is due to the General
Election, aided by the flying ma-
chine.
btili
I've always held that the best
place to be in a General Election
is the middle of Africa, and that
it's far more peaceful to be sur-
rounded by wild lions than by peo-
ple seeking election. So here I am.
having a lovely lime
It's possible to escape from the
canvassers and reach this part of
Africa in a little over a day. Get-
ting yourself surrounded by lions
if equally easy and safe. All you
need is a car.
I made the Journey by BOAC
living boat. This takes a few
hours longer than a land plane,
but many people think it's worth
ii baicauM there's a bar on board.
I don t suppose many of you
have ever contemplated a flying
pub crawl that started in England
and ended in Africa. It's quita an
exueiience. because there's no
nonsense ubout closing time, and
there'd be an awful row if ihc\
ehudb ,vei1 wiln a
parachute on
Tail-heavy
The bar in a flying boat is near
the tail, and before we were half-
way across France, all the men
ill the women in the plash
had found it. In fact, at one tune
ere so many of us there
talking about the relative dangers
,t hons and elections, that the
aircraft wa> qottt tail-heavy.
Over on* drink you look out
OB the Alp glittering in U
bove the clouds, and you
bar the tunes when you
sweated up some of those
on *kis
Nexl tune it's your t"in to bin
I, mk> youfrt over Corsica.
Napoleon wai born, ind the
mounlssfis are full of brlj
And so it goes on. with tor**
i the jojrney of about an
hour aach. Th* But is at Augusta
in Suilv. with Etna puffing out
steam in the background
closer at hand, a barber sitting In
Mont of his -'hop playing the man-
dolin.
You cross the Mediterranean to
Alexandria for suppar, and as a
iw>r show, there's one of those
conjurer boys srho pull
liv* rhickens and white mice out
of their mouths.
Then it's down the Nile to
Khartoum for a shave and a cup
:'.ving inn splashes
down to refuel at dawn, wild gees*
and ducks rise in flocks from the
.nd ibises flap by.
The last hop is over a corner
an you
land on a lake full of hippos and
\ motor-boat
^o out before you touch
do*n to sec the hippos are clear
nrway.
On the drive to Southampton
for the take-off we were worried
by New Forest ponies that got In
our way on the road. In Africa
it's the giraffes.
HI are protected. You
it shoot them. So they're
In* least frightened. From
oh rather like
in .. dockyard, Barrow-in-
Furness or somewhere, and so
long as they're standing by the
side of the road it's all right. They
just look down their noses at you
through the sunshine roof.
It's when they're on the road
that vou have to be careful. They
don't seem to have any low gear,
so they can't accelerate quickly.
You --an't give them a push, be-
cause they'd kick in your radiator
if you did
At one time they were always
getting their heads caught in tele-
phone wires It's rather awkward
when you're talking to someone,
and you are cut off by a giraffe
in the line. But they've made the
poles higher now, so the wires are
giraffe-proof.
Lions laid on
Having arrived in Nairobi.
which has neon lights, cinemas
and that sort of thing, I began to
inquire which was the way to the
nearest lions. I fully expected
I'd have to hire a white hunter
and masses of porters and go on
a long safari.
The lion* live in what used to
be a game reserve and is now a
national park, just beyond the
city limits. All you have to do is
ring up the park department, afl
vou would the railway to ask the
:.!,. oi ., ham. and they'll tell
vou where the lions killed the
night before, and where you'll
find them to-day.
African night
And that's how I come to be in
Kingfisher Gorge, entirely *ur-
lounded by lions. The warden oi
the park brought me here himself
.it sunset. There were a dozen
other ears there already, and a bus
lull of K.A.F. types.
For some reason lions lake nu
nsttc* of cars. If you were to get
.Hit they'd probably eat you.
naif an hour everyone pho-
tographed the lions like mad as
|Cj \.t\ on the grass and snored.
. a* alter the other the en-
SAere started up and Qk
ove away.
When they hear it the lions, who
are invisible now, start talking to
each other in tow coughs and
grunt* and while we are straining
our ears to hear sounds of them
moving off. there come from a tree
by the pool the notes of a nightin-
fkla,
Next June that same nightin-
gale may be singing in Surrey but
now, like myself. ltTl enjoying th*
African night.
On the 12th February* 2001 when
th* House of Assembly met a*
I pin. the Minister for Transport
s-.id it r-d been decided to post-
pone the question of whether or
not to make provision for a deer
r*at*r harbour until members had
had an opportunity of finding nut
i[ the large atomic energy freigh'
nir.nes were going to make sea
port unnecessary in future.
The next item on the agenda
v as the provision of 9,000 to pay
ior the importation of a European
carpenter and mason required lo
erect a dwelling for His ExceMenc>
ine Governor. The Prime Min-
uter explained that these two
workmen at 5 per day each for
;*rs would cost about 6,000
: eturn paage* and that of
... leva and two children each
would absorb a further
i,200. The balance of 1,800 was
rtceosary to make provision for
. dlntrry contingencies as well as
any cos* of living allowance that
might become necessary ow;ng to
.irther devaluation of ster-
ling. He said:
As Hon. Members are aware
tf.e growing need for universal
higher education had made i'
i i-cessary for us to requisition the
i.iesent Government House for
use as a college for the propaga-
tion of political knowledge The
Far importing foreign.
workmen to erect a new dwelling
U i the Governor is due to our
educational progress during the
-.Irs having been sc suc-
cer*ful that no one in the Island
I ad had any time to learn how
t be a competent carpenter or
!'he result is that we now
have no such craftsmen here. Anc*
they are so scarce everywhere else
that the inevitable law of supply
and demand has made the em ploy-
n*iK of those from abroad more
Than the employment ol
many of the so-called learned
professions."
The junior Member for S'
|he adjournment of the
:.: ave ratastttM In
Who was responsible for thu
i.i *fl*Jr*1
Why is it necessary 'or it t-
e two years to build a dwell-
ing house?
was it proposed that
His Excellency should live
during these two years
.- a Mmi-ter m reply
iplalnad that the successful
larch "f progress was alone
tor the present Matt
Kaising his voice he
id
Kvcii m the dark days when
the working clasa people were
. rtght of higher educa
t un, it took 15 or more WUBM
'i.i- three months to build a
dwelling house. A \tv'.-
arithmetic would show that some
l 00 working days for two work-
men to do the same job A
(cnservatlve estimate". He then
went on to explain that during
this period, it was proposed that
ilency should reside in
K:,aland and govern the Colony by
remote control. The leader of the
n asked:
*Is not the Prime Mil
iiat owing U> tie progiess
of higher education in England
higher wage*, there with shorter
hours per day and fewer working
n :he week, it is probable
that there are no vacant houses
ii that country in which His
Kxeellency could reside for two
years?"
Yes.' replied the Prime Minister
curtly "But in that case he could
reside in Germany or Japan or
any of the conquered countries in
which there is no acute housing
shortage."
The Communist Member for St.
John then moved that the sum of
9,000 asked for should b* re-
duced to one penny in order to
ask: "Why does m* Honourable
comrade the Prime Minister think
M necessary for the Governor to
govern the Colony from control so
remote as Japan. Has Barbados
not suffered enough in th* p**
from remote control of Secretart**
of State and from absentee pro-
prietors'1" Raising his clenched nst
nc shouted. "In fact, seeing that
in a modern republic of free peo-
ple like Barbados, the Governor
does not govern the Island even
when in residence here, why
should he be allowed to govern
,t from Japan or Timbuctoo or
anywhere else?"
No answer having been re-
mmed to 0* Question the Hous.
adjourned (or dinner On the re
sumption the senior Member tor
Si Philip called attention to the
Set that it would require a good
deal ol alteration to transform
S? p7es.nl Government House
into a political college.
The Sinister (or Works toldIthe
House that this had already been I
tended to. "I have in my office
ho said, "a complete set ot blue
Prtnu. m triplicate. o( everything I
rccessarv to be done. And no
SouoTrnV Honourable Friend1 will
he glad to leam that all the de-
?,,1s* have been accuratelyforked
out bv experts trained in our locsl
p lu-alioiial institutions.
But persisted the Member (or
Si "Philip. "Pro(.s>ors cannot
,. nur students learn politica
Wdga while houaKl in a s*t
rT blue prints. What th. House I
want, to know is. who arei he
MO that are going to do thi
work ol altering the build-
! lore the Speaker ruled that
this Question was oul o( order,
aVS drew the member', attention
fact that the subject under
., m not the alWjaUon
n( the present Government House.
but thai ol providing a new rea-
fui His Excellency the
'TlTMeniber (or St. Thomas
having bowed to tlu. decision,
~J1That being o. should Ukc.
to art the Prime Minister, is it
not" fuel that had this Govern-
ment nationalised ,rade when we nationalised Iight
,nd power, the prewnt situation
0uld not have arisen? Moreover
u i: not aUo a (act that- and
then .topped abruptly as the na-
"nuhscdeiectric light went out
and the House adjourned until the
following Tueaday when the de-
bate will be continued.
Wh! N
,ntere-i Wlftt
M cti.il '.' * .l"'anJ* I'te mikei on
.ou-thi. .ncanv.hjl sou'fe becomin,
..iseniiilrennn-
huildmffoodVplwphoniwndprolc.lv
nirwrof'Stuloen'
..Food. SnIOien,com.
... pa lattadal food*
and piolein in Ihcir
.-eiii.1. form. *o mil ihey jre uuicklv :
ih\orbed into >our svilem. Day by
1.\ (lorK'u. i*.. heaNh, >oulh jnd I
'SAlfATOGBN
yERVE TOH1C FOOD
restores health, youth and lilalilv
afi4.
>sfA/r4tei
r -
Vtinf fv*u> on. /)
KEPLER'/ ^
"Ob the gs" sll day and growisuj, too;
as wsnder children need extra noarithment.
(live them Kepler' and see how they tariv.
sad gsin weight it is rich in the vitssoias
their growing bodies need. Its malty-aweet
flavenr is plesssnt tao. Adults will
iiad Kepler' s real strsngtbener
ia oaavalsseaaoa.
kEIMKR -
coa uvaa an, win hut nraaci
men
TO "*
SPOO"*
*
A IWRKOUGHS WELLCOME 1 CO. rIOK
a* u r b_m>: caa>- ui. iui
A dog in
good condition
is always
a good
companion
Jit
_________________.___________________________________i------------------------------------- ? atu
Healthy People k^g iWH P
Luiidun hxpresa Service.
A ANOTHER REMARKABLE
THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS
on) skaa hiddr-i mty
iSSS !^hsSfcrwoa.l Th.iV
gt,iruin cp*t"J ti tnofmou*. *
nmcmDti
Jjj %'mUvf * ***** A >
lX)gsarebvnaiurevvarm-hcartcd
and loving, yet ihc most friendly
uf them sometimes become list-
less or irritable. Such symptoms
are often duo to impure blood,
und should never be neglected.
Bob Martin's Condition
1'owdcrs. givea I
help your dog _
unnmon blood dMsnMI
simple c.ire I
maintain him in go*>
gooil cnal, andp conditioaingnuw!
BOB MARTIN'S
COkDIIION POWUtKb
help to keep dogs fit
For wUK ISafcgJMSSlBSaBJB
tooth pote .;:::..-.:: >'.W/.V.V,V.v.v.V.V.v.vv.- .
flice* ^pArC
WIM prowaion jgainH Wh.w
Ann. Borer*. *oi nd Fti(i Pii or
poinh or irtd wood. Noodojr.
No fire nsa.
Hi|Kly conctn*
csrrHgS -''" diluted
lurihar ind coiu Ims.
PERMANENT Can
or cvipotatt. Combine wiln th
. loiJih.ni ih nmMr ind rrakss
Alias ^re.e"0lie Co. ltd. EfNtj
Kent. EnglonJ
ACtNTS Wilkinion*H,n*Co.
Bridgetown. Bubido..
wire, flex and cables
>::% <*.
They're all fixed:
I'ned prices I And identical paro! ThatV hat you
|H when you buy Ford spares from us. All genuine
Ford spare parts are sold al lOV, Ind pricei
mi mj one of them is made Ir.im high qunlin
malcria).. to tine limits of precision ragineenng, .ind
checked and counterchecked for accuracy. W, at
1001 I oi.l expens. know lhal onlv I p I
'ill do a satisfactory job m .i Fold I
aI'a m alwavs in theman csscnlial sjl.iurJ U
vsscmul inoi .ring
Charles MrEnearney ft fit, w.
aft!* ttnre....
riifi I \R
t .in.....i 8h llolslalrs
an
-
i a pan
aV-V OI ENAMEl It NISI I
why not call an* are (Mm
-.miuiiuhh......BiinirrM^v
Insi list %!
I nil
rou''Win,.
1IOR..1CK3 VA1TXI' MP
r.CRMI.-II.AI. VI
rtTtClltA SOAP
OnSTMXNT
CREAM Of WlfltAT
MALTED rOOr)
_ aoAr
C. CAIITON BEOWNI
Wholwal* f. RalaU
Druqgiat
136 Ronbuck St. Dial 2813
Vou can pui you trust in
'.ires and flex.
B will :iml them easy
ilthaivpctosuiieTen
' 1 ilvmand sec for
V
THE CilY GARAGE TRADING CO. I TO.
BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
IK CO. LTD.. Of INOJND
00*
IT'S a line thin to feel really
enjoy the fitness that come:, fror... inner
cltmmlintti! That's
'.he Boming with a glata of sparkling
Vndrewt Liver Salt. Andrews ii more ihan
i pleasant effervescing saline,
rlfecrive laxative with an invigorating
iliat lonei up the * \ gfSj
ind rids the .
poiaona. Start on Andrews and brim wub
ANDREWS u^
COOLS REFRESHES I"


IBKIAHV 12. man
HENRV
SUNDAY ADVOI
PAGE I.1.EVEM
Ifsl
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BY CARL ANDERSON
-CKEY MOUSE
_
3
BY WALTDISNEY
-I K'L'E4j**B- *-" -ilETMS -
"0j37jj3 into i
----- ->"TOn:--
. Hffl
SLONDIE
SKATE-K*EV A,-
* g- ~ ^ pseccie. and
-"<.- D .^m IT
ir
^
BY CHIC YOUNG
11 V6 U0H310 TAKE IT 10 HR GAiT-
HOTEL---MEVLL KILL TO 6CT
THAT PACKAGE!*
BY FRANK STRIKER
K. . |
!j .
I. ui ii- Red IK
SWING UP FATHER
I. ^ ^ '
KIRBY
~ 5 NT.a PtMOR )
*.iwT"--5 ?-";t "^ JA':______'
Z, ~'Z = V7< i
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
F3=
BY ALEX RAYMONn
t\ic &
n u i mi m \it_-rr
CIN DBflLLBf
1 ILM. UK CKOatE TV
TMMrai rwj A (. l4,
Gordons
Stands Suptem/h
SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE
Mmrm\ th* Amammr t !# Can* ###,/ ntibMiii
MARKHAM CANE CARTS
LOW COST ------- LOW MAINTENANCE
CHEAPER TO OPERATE
EASY HAULING IN WET WEATHER
flX Ton < mis uiili Itr .kt
S Furls ami Trorlors
b * _____SI.-i.iO.00 i-orh
____* l.l.iH.OO e.irli
ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
lilSSPalTWEEDSIDE ROAD, ST. MICHAEL DIAL 4629. 4371
-- .TCSjfc. lift I Hull .-,.#UBB.V.'
DECCA
GRAMOPHONE
RECORDS
ee
Free for any of the foil
owing:
(I) For 7. l.it{lilli.,s. >I|,I, II,, x i .. r.
|2|. For 2. H'.,x siilis of \\l;,i- Miri-ilUiil l)u,|
(Shotting Itisitiilsj
{'if For 2. Wrapper* Hi onil, .i,i Toil,-! Soap
<1) For jr, Wrappers A ||ii. I oil, < Sp
mil ofcol-
ro forth* foU ,um.:
GtaMVlNM
premium.
TEN" Decca
VMM brought in.
iOOlh person will
is. At the 2.000th person
n will be a DECCA ELECTRIC
orh $120.00.
lIMUtBMBl of
final.


"\ci run vi
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Classified ads.
I'l Bill SALES PI HI H SOTHES
DIED
I OH IIK.\T
ICTtON
i
NOTICE
. e,l
plAMltH HF1XN IOU1ST. H
tmiiil Imvm the rld**re o* h*
*irtw Mr* Ion* CUrk-
.1 : ocloeh ihi.
neon f ire We*tbur Camel*
. kindly **d 1o, '"'*,
. l. ftoy Clasndler BOn
Sybil Chandler daughter-tn-ia*
lm.e CUT** idatughtrT-.
RT* INF.* W The funeral *>'
. a. law iainri "The Farm
^ri ,. p m hi *f-ei-noo.<.
-*al
\ Bdrd* ,
Mil* N"sn "d Alice Robert*
A L Roberta- u<>8(
NOUtEfl
Mavwrll Bnad
I Hnl.-hli.aon
ROOV
CrMU. on U
Id* lo a w
i'kii'1 i">n
111 W 1
M.
max/ IMh nl
... A Co Mrt
----------- Gardiner Au..... _y ;
QL'ArtTlTi OF EVDUT* WOf''
JHUTI in varh*u* rr^th. id ("H
Uen Term* C-or. II AMn M*n
A UMM* IJ **"'_
WMvteuw. Wharf
,..>r Trarhc
will *>*
aria
hMi

Any one nHn| Ihla rout)
so at ihoir own risk.
By rdrr
Hlfhway Commlsatonrr.
SI Jo-e&h Pariah.
IllaBSn
i.4E easily earned by obtaining order'
**** tor pnvatv Crirtttrnae Card! from
vour friend*. a ---
1 *we**awr Writ* today for beautiful (roe
, fr.pMt SdcJc to Britain'* largest jno
^aaaa f^Mtthan; highest conunlMlon.
lakamflama money making opportunity
I in. & Co Depl. 10 ''ictorta
Works. Preeton, aaigland "
Startling PreSicUi
In Your '
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
In CarlMr Kay
|*k
> Crner. RsVtds,
dWPaT' eat. Utww on
of the moit attractive fully nimlahed
Iiunsjudw* available on .his com
*>ce.lem bathing fenhtie-, telephone.
,(|l kept garden Vary rea*on*bU
...I.,! Um Um Inoalit* Di*i>n f- Blaoton
1uj>I Ealale Aaents Planlatwm- B^
I ,n* Phonw 4*40 11 *> '
THANKS
Wo the underlined beg thnutfilWj
,0thank .ii^r''*
.. _ other way ivmpathlard witn
Fit-Gerald AUeyne imisband.
,".....""" d >
ho ._ari m ..n*ia rui. "'
'.,K, TOBWH *0OAU>
Sw< nd * "*!" ^
.,,.-

h- A ST&-U
IIt'N(;m/>W >l llf* Hall. 3', rnllei
(-om town Two bedroom*, runnlni
wator etc PS.M per month AL-o on*
i|i Top Flat 3 bedrajoma, runnin: *ti'e
in CMfi. # 00 per month Bin* HW.
II 2 50in
OM WHDNT9DAY
Mr* Sybil lnay*m w*
- at Newton Fou
St John, wharh include*- ___
Doublo Arm IWiae and Couh-.
KM, Bockaea. Cottior anrt Anm
ST Omam-nt *l PlarU 1*-*^"
In Mahoiany nj W^l"* TffT
Sideboard. Wam **Jh Itoeker*. G >a
., d China. Pl-tedWare. C*-T* tK*S
C.-k Flee Hot Pa->*nl Iron. VjeU Iron Bedriead. P*L^aT^ta-B-vtarhi
fond working *daT awl rnamy "-r
""fe ll.JO o-ek-sk T-w *
KOflB VIEW. Rockle
i. ,".."!. DW MM
KANTA CIARA. !*t Lawwna* Oap.
[mm M;-rh ll Fumia^cd 3 bedroom*,
(rawing dlnlnf POOmi" Teleonona,
Qirfa HBI Kdner tMaJ UM
12 2 W -In
RHAL ESTATE
C-AJU.DtBM. on-th.
G-ap. fully f urn Unar
H-inte. Bratton. Ma
taa, 81 Lawrome
Appl. UIM K
elll Coait Dial
1 2 aftI f n
Street, from let October 1MB. For pat-
lirular* Hint MSB l3*-tH
BUNOAUUW "Cian.U.n Wtuated _
WorthmB in Avenue leodina" U Coral
Sai.d' Cuntalnlnii two luea, three Bedroom*. D'awmi and
Dining Boom.. Pantry out Omce Car-
afe I'ihI 14*1) 5.2.SOm.
imuaa apoU varying
,. la ** JJ^." .^
:-4win-N Bk e-S' *5i^Lftr*"
IMfTt at I
^hri Crajrrh
from g.OOi M .-.
toad recgntly bu
APPIiC.VTION h been-------
Director* of thl* Company by Maude
Louiae Crtchlow of Wavell Avenue In
lh. p*trt*h of Saint Michael in u, laktno
Jpaawter for the iua> of dupllc.e afcar-
CeniBcate. for Two hundred nc *n>
Ordinary Share* numbered 5laa to MJ.
|SS!o^. .u-d on the 2and d- M
March ItM and Two hundred end flfiy
rrefore.,-- Shar*. ru.mbored J to U
incluaive Mnd day of March i*-j. ypo-
ihe Maiement that the Original C-Ttlft-
cate* NO 1 and So 4 respectively km
been loot or mlaplaced and not depoattr]
iUv anyone *eeuxlly or oiherwi-
and not*, i* hereto, gtvon that If wtauri
thirty day* from the date hereof m.
ehBtaa or tcurennUtlon In reapect of auf"
original Cerliflcai*' reepectlvely I* a*-*
.o tt Dirtctor*. th*y will proceed t.
oral wh *uch apllcalion for dupitean
M.are Certiflcate*
Hi Order of the Board of Director!
/ ODESSA B MIL1JNGTGN.
tf: -,->
V .
nj POBT Vh Mary OmMM*
Adalln* *'' Manuata. Sch. Mary m.
tS mln. ^n Cxctonm.. fcf
3. H^M". c~.m Zmuh. Sen
DW^. * Tlmo.hr A. H. Vmlurt
mm. Yuhl Mrp.Aa
"CHAMPION"
Your Real Life ToU I
mid you lib to fc_^
bM DM s,ir,'. 9 '
Schonne
net. Ca
Agent*;
D PABT1'B*
Lady Joy torn .._
from St LMHO, Agent
i aq
net, Cap! M V
.BBIVAl -
Phtllp H. Davldeon. VI ton*
ftealv. for Britiih Guianai
Schooner Owrer*" A**ociatlon I
. Blue Star. 1 ton* net. Capl I -^
Fcrueen. for St. Martin* and Turk* * y^ eMnnot mnora u rnUi tha boat
I*)and; Agent: A. B. Harm ftq. I fl-nt.awme picture to come to Um acrtMii
Schooner Fellc* ifcnlca. IS ton. int.,"
Capt Joaeph. for Brlttth 0"'"n- Tough and coonpelling. Oil* one will
Agent. Schooner Ownar.- AjhcIiiIw. .
Fighting or loving he wa* the Chan
i compelling, tni* one *
t the edge of v^*ir chair.
0 I
"' '_"" -------------- Owner." AMOciMlon
TlW TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
vt.- Schooner Owner* a.tociai<.>. Qn IKe ^^ , you, chair.
V Carlbbee 10B ton* net. Capt ^ KHk qqUGIAS in Ring Lardner
ib*. for Dominica: Agent*- Schooner -CHAMPION" co-atamng Marilyn MA>
..T *_annl*lliu> i.-l'l l .\- Cable and Wlrelea- iW I I LM1.. adviae
Ih^tmW oan now communicate with 'he
f^Uc^rm. dSp. thro,*, their Barbado.
C7a "At1ieU^ S 9 Boy SUr. SB
S^Y At-*-**. AbbeoVk M V
'RagnhUd -evl- ?J** W'
B Quilrne.
\tidlann. S 3 Oavlna. S S
S 9 Baao ArUb-. 8 3 JM-> Denr-a-
S Loide Chlie. S 9. Part-mna. *
Magnllanee. S 9 M*rt* Kqye. S
Sneator. S S. Alcoo Cvmlier. *
Aloaa Clipper. 9 9 iMr*alnd S a
B-ch-qu-ro. 3 a BrMni^ 9 **" 3 3 Arntooato. II Nomeaa. 3 f
MMbV S rWaaMMl| _
. ,.~---------------Wv- n ri-'ie: t*uni
rHAMPION- vo-atarrtng Marilyn MAX-
HaU. Arthur KXNNEDY with Paul
Hath ROMAN. L .t BOXV THEATRE from
., I, >lnl. ,|M*
covt sppma hou*
A W**"

rctrlclly. wMer. '
boOl
,11.in* 1
.1 GBI
IN MEM0R1AM
tN lovl:* mem" of mir denr ltW_
b..nd .--I f-thr- A1XHA HBMCptTT
I ebruary IMi
I
wa*
\ .. thai will ver linger
tl
'
.hild.cn. Cereh.
n 1 50- In
. -fnaTT^i mv de*BT belowed
IV. 13 1M
re Lintil we meet
WINILOW CatBewa*h. SI Ju*epl
from Peb It and alao Uva month* o
a, June and July 1M0 Apph
Kr* W T Goodlng. Btrong Hope Plan
tatton. 91 Thomaa
I a soan
MAT At 'The Pavilion" Haatin-t
1 mm March. 2Jnd f..r *i month* Full;
'urnlihed. (No Children). Phone M62
1-!-P-- _,
the aea.
t, i*a acte. of Urtd \o*
iarden. I mlk* from B^le^Majrn
.. Garden. Bt Jaina. r^r-iu1^, ***J; (."rtlftcate N
Rrlda St Peter iMiane tl-M <" * *"*| hv fb* and
AltHADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
APPUCATION3 ha* been made to the
Director* of thli Company by Charlri
Ormond Headkey of Ooodland In thr
pariah of Saint Mwhael In tiu. lalanO
Caouire tor the l**ue of a duplicate BMre
Certiflc-te for mfieen Ordinary Share-
. umbered 3*. Ml to J* 475 incluMve
*ued on the 15th day of March IBM.
pan lh rtaMmenl that the original
im ha. been destroyed
________S3 Raban. .. Phllo*oi*er. a s "-r,
mmmwmm
^SSX" Owy~. . BJE An-y
1
INSURED MOVING!
neiaB at -- '----------
premie Garden. SI. Jn- l-#_1Sn.
St? fc^sstu^ijj^
ErSd. Hardwood Alley. Plvonr^ B^
HI!ll-DWa fr* * Ml"*1* T*w*f
,d ^-dj-lnmg the r*MdenCj ol Mr
ChrlM Church Apply T***F*??PmZ
BOVCX. Boliciiora_________________"
by fire- and nol depoalied ....
a* iacurtty or otherwtae and notice i*
hereby given -hat if within thirty 4Kf
from the dale hereof no claim or ropre-
penut-on in reepect of iuch ort*3n-.>
Cerllftcate i* made to the Director* the*
will proceed to deal with *uch nppi
c. lion for a duplicate Certincai*.
Bv Order of ihe Board of Dlrertor-
ODESSA F. MILUNOTON.
s n* i
BlfcVli
'. on-ea M*>
Ch Ch For the nioniha o Marrn. April.
May and Juno, fully Barniahed. with
bll convenience* Dial JfaM
TIB-ln
APARTMENT Unfiirnlahad p round-
- pM. naac town aud Club
1- ; In
Mill *A1>
*UT0M0TIVF ii p
CAB 1 Hlllman 10 1353 1
CAR In gi" Apply-lation Ch ]H model 1 112 5" t>
.No Pet., no Child,
paillrulara Dial MSB
Ft-ATS fullv
eramr and linai
Dial i--I
furnaihed with Being
at Inrtiamer. Worthing.
13 I lf.n
r .hi. -.in.~ui> >1~ !">" """*
Si. ^1 bull! iwltn. """!",',
rnni Carriage way Bf*r*,#,.JSu*a
Telenhonc *nd U ajnanllle* Appr->
It'reeDIXON 4 rU.AXK>N He-; BMM.
AceoLf. Auclloneem & Surveyor. PUn
MMIIAVKN*. Crane <
Oarage*. Serva
Siiiierb bathli.g teei<-h Fatal
June. November: December
ih Phone 4478 6
"FARAWAY'. St. Philip coa*t.
*uml*hed. Oarage*. Servant '
beach Fiom March 1.
per month Phone MJg.
4 1 v

i
..l.,...- goo
.11*
I v-i ii."
q, :...,. A Turd
IS 50 -in
ELECTRICAL
.TING PLANT "CM D*W
i .,., i>.-.i BadteMt i aaMed, ww
aUaenalor 4W 7^
, .,.. l W.ir
C IP 1 M>
I'OULTRV
none 3IM
^'O* k


io j ^'
US]
Applv KMgeujnd ^l>u
*a*L fully
it Room*
arv. March,
j.. ..) m
ISOt f n
HAIMMI OABflSM* A well Mjj
tiivenienllv *iW*ated property wiin. .
, i^droom*. kilchen. UrB*
^B*rtOQM etc U H~*<* '* "to *L?
KltlSKAN.A
F*nl Am,!. T
VI;..I
ran) ><
FIAT Unfurnished Elai
*o bedroom*. Heceplion 0
i'l- :>t F.'eltiKi
i 50 In
lil.lt: HOOSI Urn
1 I
BmJ I I

i liable for Dry
n-i. Ci'iitact immedl-
. Pi Wm 1
Tlin tin
HOVSB and <;f.vthai. WOW-g
Malthia* Oap. Haatinga An opportunl^^
tMlhrnam and *)il*l T^.^A"0^*,!
md apartou* yard all fenced im
t 1-sTAIIiS PREMISES 2nd door
No 8 Swan Street, very apoclnu*
try Suitable for officee. light facP>r>
and many u*ea Apply: Thani Rrc
1'hnne 34M 4 2 50 f
W4^TKI
MFLP
1
M tralne*

i ! Standard Appl]
by letter a.-il in |

II IM-Bn

fWT] Sen-ant wllh a*
iklrg Good p*\> Fie a
Anpt-
Hill
12 3 50 In
vi rMBNICAL
3 CAJUtlEM n
. *nd l.i,ne. S*.--
..igar Rt Dial^lMB (
~i AHAGB ~Ttl01.LKV JACK*
, |
Dui MIS 3 w "
"ISCELLArcfcOO-
l hound In goad eonfU
Mi
Peatge Bo-V *"' O.,. ^ f ^ fc
ANTIQUM M ever. d**criptl*w OM*"
Jewata. Be. Silver W.U.
rb booha. Map. A.itu-T.Ph*
e* *t G^rlftgeg Antique ahop. adio'n
""r" iaa-<
ftl RDERS
l.i.tmg. DM
i: 2 so i
I'/VlMi r.l'FSTS Twn Couple*

I
Mjrg IH7NNETT
lllHtl
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
APPIJCATTON haa been mag* to th'
In rector, ol thl* Company by Clydr
Greenidge C, o Charles Ormond Headlry
I'uuiir of Goodland In the parish of
aWInt MXhael m thl* Uland Eaqulr* for
liar i-u# of a dupucate Share Certlfkat-
(or Five Ordinary Share* niuntoertO ,
Jf Ml M> 3B.JM inclusive i*rued on IB>- '
IKh daN of March 19*4. upon the stale- (
metal Hunt the original Certificate No
804 h been destroyed by Tir* and po .
drpo.it*d with anvone a* security oi
otherwtae and notice i- hereby giver. |
hat If within thirty day. from the deu :
hereof no rlalin or reprewnlatiofl U- I
eapes.4 of *-ch original OrtlrUale
made to ihe Director-, they will procee-i
lo deal with such application for <>
duplicate Cerllfk-ae?
H> Order of Ihe Board of Director-
ODESSA E MU.UNOTON.
s.i rcfgfi
a* i 50 in
ARRIVALS-Bv B W I A L
Trom Trinidad Alberta Soyer. Alger-
non Frampton. Phyllis Coder. Kiitherine
CorJer, Edward Coner. Malcolm Raid.
Carman Flgueredo. Hilda Ftgueredo.
Ceoffrey CUy. JacQ.^nne Baker. Bduar-
Uo Aiamta. Ada Aiamaa.
From Antigua- Joaeph Jafler. Louise
I JatTer Clarence Austin. Orlene Cutting.
| George De La Corte. Margarel De L
I Corte ___.... /_._ Mi
I Prccn SI Kit": M-ter w Wade
1 from Jamaica Mr Theodore Gltten*.
i Mr DaeM Skirner. Mr. Allan Hula*.
Mr George Clarke. Mr &*"* Theo
| hald* Mr* Florence Dayah. Mr Phllli
! Johnaon Mr. Edith Johnson
DEPARTURES-By B.W I A L
,-or Trinidad: Mia* Lorrva HI I. M-
W.lllam Ramsey. Mr. George Earle. Mr
Mia* Kathleen Lenagan.
-E-WSjssa-
CMU Allamby. Mr *^>
OON'T WORST TOCRSELF ABOt T
MOVTNO
LET US TAatB CARE or ALL
YOUR WORRIES
rcraona) Supervision Assured
Phone 330*
RABBADUS FtlBNITUBE BBMOVEB
8- CODRINGTON.
Brllton'* X Bd. 30.11.4Bt f.n
Sfrtad people the mIT*. -,
'o popuUrlH hi. w-^ J
-
.in. or Him. .4dn_ J^.^
monw wuiim lo, S. ?**
Sumo, or Conri^. "<
Von ill b. .01^^?*
"!* i" MuanTL**)
l" "U.. WrnTSfl.
m*y not b n.^. ..''
TOsnrr TAroiar7!ta*S.
Forl. SIM. BomJ, S*l
10 Indl. I. IA^*' kq
Mary Arrlgo.
5JS5 H".jp*'r
Ml** Sarah Dolm*"-
SHIPPING NOTICE
; Canadian National Steamsli
______
Egypt Buys
Gold, Bonds
Th(, nnaim Minister >'
W5.000.000 worth ol golrIm '
i-niled Stttte and S22.000.ooi
\orth of American treasury bond-
The pun-liases were made a.
CAIRO, Feb 10
Egypt has bought W7.000.000
worth of gold and American '"' oceeds of >.....
Treasury bonds lo "rengthen tnc '' tlallHGuvcrnmei collon hold
Egyptian pound. Finance Minister mo-h currency counlric-.
Zaki Abdel HutWl Bey announced m ln na _KPUlcr.
to-day. _____________________
liWroN-ON-SBA'-No-r ()lMli..- An
IKiliua"ll". "M. 22
_! nlondlM U" " "T?"S
. Wdroo ll with W}~. "'-,l2,"V
!! quur. nwulrlo. l"^"?.
I1IXI.N , BIADOK K~l " AJjnU^
-in~.. .ml vo^ '"fSS^
iiiain( Phon. l"M
iint'^i: on. r-*rd and hlnW 1""
1 IM IS *-
ilrlim Mid out offlc*. Appl' lo M
,... SI Mlldo.
MM
H- liv
.1. i. Ar-t das* ThcT* ** 3 bedroom*
'ouii.. dimn- mmJiBfejmm*}
nlXTM A lMAI>OV "9|*>uMJ|2tM
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
I'ublir Xolire-* Contd M*
-111 I HI".I M)
LADY RODNEY
LAD? NKLSON
CANADIAN
CHALLENGER
I-ADY RODNEY
|^\DY NEttJ*t>N
IJVDY HOOKEY
l-ADY NELSON
LADY RODNEY
NtAkTHmil Nl>
1-^DY ROOMltY
l-ADY Nr
l-ADY RODNEY
I..UIY n i -
I.ADY RODNEY
l^DY ni
LADY RODNEY
10-h F*b
-'T'.h Feb
nil m
.it I. M.

SMh m...
irii Apt
3rd Ji*M
3rd ;ul>
JTih Mar
mil Apr
ITIh Ma-
Barbagj.
ub rg,
ftkah.
-Wille.
>(a Apr
Arrlvae
Boetui
Arrive
:
ide lo th-
y Mario..
ii. DM .!
Mm ..
Bhan
APPLICATIONS has been m
Director* of thl* Company I
Maude Payne of Harrow In '
of Saint Philip in thl. Island
Woman for the l*.tie of duplicate an
Certificates for One hundred Ordin..r>
Share* numbered 3I.V.I to 31680 mcUt-
e aiid Orw hundred Pieferwwc Share-
inbered 5.MP to 5.808 inclusive kw.iesi
. the 2Mh day of August 1M3 ai-1 f"
day *f October IM3 respectively upon
the .tatemeni lhat the original Certifi-
cate* No. W and No 83 respectively
have been destroyed by Fir* and not
deposited with any one a* security oi
otherwise) and notice * hereby given
that If within thirty days from the date
hereof no claim or represent-tion in
respect of fuch original CerUfkalas
respectively I* mad* to Ihe Director,
they will proceed to deal wllh syaBi
application for duplicate Share C*T-
I ilka lea _
Hi Order of the Board of Dmelon
ODESSA E MILLrNGTON.
NO 1 ICE
i ,i :-H OF HT JOBW.
A'lrnlKm i* (Brawn to all owner, or
^.oga llwW thev should be Uc*ne*d Uurtng
..( February, in iwco-diuM.
'" M ,*T-.AcniAsB.
Parochial Tr***urer
8t John
LL1 M-tn
NOTICE
PARIBB OF ST ANHBBW
APPLICATIONS will be received
lb* undet-graad for the po** of "--
i. ker and Grouridssnan and a Ma^arto*
r*~- "- ""c a -iKNn..
Virv Clorlc. SI An**w
10 2 . In____________^
,ii bora i.Asn m Imm <-<-''
:',. "SSSBS *> oi u>" **
. bUiid will, olhor *d 1
.^-r .Ida IUI oopoK ui-.lv 'or in*
!^ArW mn
SaJSpt iS k. *^ **
, surveynr. *"gt<%> ,
MISCELLANEOUS
STAMPS Collection.

oi ail i
. Ail.
IHW*
H,NTli TO ri BUNAS!
Ptiot>yiris For cmh Small Proper.)
pproim*lcK 10 ii Acir- ami Hume
I liouie Be*
11 r .i Advnoal* C.i 1 3n
I.OVI A IOI Ml
?ANB CA I
.

ng in i-
dual re-
DuU 4381
O |ll BUl
. ,i T.|<- Ti '
,i. cfli tons eac>
10 3 50 3i.
K 1 I
\o Vio "i^
LOST
tl kavruig Lew
lUli
1 I Ml I f ii
lllg 33 m in TV
iliti-.rlm, Film HO Reward For re tun
irll C^erabaiik. Wenhlng
11 1 M *
,- Imd While lcBl.i.rii
Oi laying stock or,' *hilllim
Infertile* replaced Phone " .. fc
17 P--e Auto Tyre lo i
Dial MBf
V.'h.>leulr al Retail
--'lire
~' 1 ) W I4n
'Til
S, ml .:..! :..>
OJM
HOYS
^a-j.n-j

Findrr return ear
lie pa-r i'l I
,1 On Tu*aday lar
gal Street
f lo Advocalr Adttl
II 2 50 -*n
. .*'.-::;;;" apTj Bg
aST mxoW-'taiDcV?"
1 -..
Real
Sir-
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LIMITED
APPLICATIONS ha* been made lo ttv I
Director* of this Company by John Cyfll
Fayne of Harrow In the part ah f Saint
Philip in this Island Eaquire lor Of
larue ol duplicate Snare C*rUftcate* lor
Two hundred Ordinary Share Cerufkatc*
numbered 41. 141 to 4IM8 inclualve
iued mi Ihe 3rd day of May 1844. On*
hundred Ordinary Shares numbsJ
T...221 to 78.338 inclusive i.sued on lh*
Uih day of April 1M0 and Two hondg
Preference Shares numbered 5.88B lo
5>w nwlLisnc issued on" the alth day
ol October 1M3 upon ihe statement that
ine ..iigmal Certificate No 833 No. MB
,u-l No tt reepoc lively have bog*
dealruyed by Flro and not depoaued by
auvone as sorority or otherwis* sad
i-.ti.-e m hareby given that if within
nun* day* from Ute date hereof a*.
.lairn or repreaenUtlon in reapKt fat
*iich original C*rUfk-;.te. reapeciively I*
made to the Director, they will proceed
lo deal with such application tat
duplicate Share Cert incite*
liv Order ol the Board of Director*
ODCSBA E Mm.lNOTo.V
Tenelary.
38 I Mfbi
For MARL, SAND.
GARDEN MOCLB.
.iuI LIME.
li.11 4503
tl I* -
I Barbados Choral
Sotiety
*lh Mar 51h Mj.r I Mr
21*1 Mar 22nd Mm 1st Apr 7i\.l Apr
20lh Apr .. .
fUh Ma. 8th May I7ih May ujk <
Wh Ju.ie lfr.1, J,.. IfHh Jon. , j
-Tlh Jin,. --- R"
- Aug kjij
:t to change without notice *
Passenger Far and freight
GARDINER AUSTIN
-i titled MmoaVJgasaj
. on applicant. *-(
:o.. LTD.-Ak
-.,vv>w>ww*w
There will be no prac-
tices until lighting con-
ditions return to normal.
,-.-.-.-.-,-..-.-. -.'- --'-''-'-'-'ri'r'r.
MAPLE MANOR
GUEST HOUSE
Opposite Hasting* Hock*
I. BOURNE.
Tel 3021 Maaaj*fOOl
3g 0 4- 1 f n.
iiww//v/'>''
The MV "Caribb' will ac-
Copt Cargo and Pssaenger* lot
SI Kilt.-Nevi*. Antigua. Mont-
errat. Dominica.
The M V. "Daerwoog" will
... .-.. (..r.n ,.r,<| rOaWaBBBBrl M.-
St Lucia. S, Vincenl. Grenada.
Arube Dole ol sailing will be
Mail Nttkt
MA fid lor kfartaayai
gua. St. Creoi, Si T*r*B
.md Now York by Uaall
AMHERST will bt OSMI
------------ Pad OaMl .. .*
Parcel Mall and Kapaa*
.-.t 11 a. m Omiaan Mait
I IMM l I tl CARPETS
Sixes: ft. by V/i ft nd 10'A ft. by 9 ft.
Also
I IMM I I II IN ROLLS 6(1 v
All very reasonable in Price.
.i.:..i.t,,..
18n
i.ilLliiill! 11.1(1.
10 a 11 Roebuck Street
r-OR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOB
bAGGAGE AND HDUSLHQLD EFFECIS
Consull
SMITHS SHIPPING SEHVB
Tor Packing
For Shipping
For /nsurancs
Foi- Pre/errsc*
Representatives in all the principal Ports of thel
PHONE 30M ALEXANDER HOUSE. JAMBI ST.
,,>. INSTRUCTED HOUSE 4*JJl.
, M-i" Boad VJ?" n,., **ai
,. .urn i
ivnnerwe*
ll, p>.bl*r tf g*"fleVJtL**tas*la6
___ irsiaiiilatl drawltui "*" din na
M "... b*Jroom HP.WT. ,' '-'"Tl
J^wu,, io .. i* *
^Sm.srvr ..Tu.r'rSKuSi
|V7tS d,, o. rSy;
, rxn betwoon Covo Shephen
sd II 30 a m FliMler will b- reward*-
I *ine lo Ihe Adtncal* Advl
Drp* It **--t
FOUND
" MXN A 'VS PYJAMAS from 83 3
~i^re. ^ a J*1
I
i 14.
"nwiT leVAi.rrv khaki t:c m.
P*- >d *"1 """ j I to MS
l^dle.. Oe..lln0*.*"
*l*n m
CIOTHI

Pee.se- condll.on perfacl Apj-lv
I t HUng* ChP
*
OKI Black Pocket-book Tolder a
i .ii rccove
1" ; i 0a| pal llsfl *OOt .i Hi- flVorl
12 IV* 1>
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FLY TO THE
(OiilBsvtllTeaVwal
FEBRUARY 1 STH 1S1ST
^^"*t BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
m
I'er %ile-Conid
.Tvi.nurd! as I do not hold m>.e
a written order fP,f^b,JT'mT-l
IlRASSIaaHS M and M cent* Nova'

i i;..i .. .i BharrOl
Foot Itch
Healed in 3 Day^
ok a a *. ...# anal hum >o
HoCM i.i.iii um Siva Harreo
Rock egg*, oul nf SW
rd Living Slock. U 00 net
-.Hies replaced Phone a*Ti
hiiiaon Weal I
Heftner*______________________-o;^^^^^
S s i- n p aland Tablets i
swaipal and potent oompiHind for lh*
Sin**
Ihe etaual function 31 t *
halherhoad
II g 30 In
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. rSBBIUlA of 'CWrorOM- Uppt-
Bar BL u -**>taodo. by Cturoptoetk
method rorroct* oMoooo* of opao. oor*
noea. tbroot. rong*. stoouch. kldooy* aid
lower orgogw- D**1 mu-
.t and burn .
drlr* you craiyT
..I or bleed? The
U a germ
Nikoderm
7r Sfcln Troaaltl ra '
2 Christian Science |
Reading Room
in ru>OB. aowni a ok.
ISnMd MrotU
Hour.: 10 am1 p.m.
Tuaartaya, Wednaadaya.
l-rldaya.
10 a.m.11 o'clock
Saturday..
thU Uliai IM a*M
w Cr.ri.UMi aMM tasl-BMft. '
^. ud MU .. - I
.. a.nai.'o. at m*bt aviaaa f
DUI or * !* bonwod. *
or mNlMH f
J Vititora Ar Welcome | !
r
r
r
*
-.r
(Begialercd in Trinidad)
Lower Bnud Stnct Bridgelmi n, Barbados.
PHONES: tSSI & 27s.
FOR SALE
-THE rHMMIIV.V
MARINE GARDENS
WELL KNOWN 8 ROOMED RESIDENCE
VERY SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION INTO
HIGH CLASS GUEST HOUSE
DIXON . BL
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
-.---.-.---
PLANTATIONS
DIPLOMATS, GOVERNORS. STATESMEN. CWCB"
Come and bu. But
TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED
(Wilh fie Distinctive riauotir)
rrmain always
This Is the Blend you can rely <
iieed contlnuouily demarKW
TO ENJOY n
nmu*uiioiim**********i.
t^ur Needs
l ml Ortlt'r Thiw Ururt-rifs
\ JfMD* D. TAYI.OH A J
^-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-;-;-----r,;';';'i^;^
[ YOU'LL WELCOME
THESE WITH
5 OPEN HANDS!
OHIK\T\l
1.11 I s
Curios. Ji-mi-Hit\. Bras-
wsrc, Kbony. lvury. Silks.
l.nifiiv Ktc from Indis.
(V\Wjii and (hint*,
THANTS
Peanut Bultcr (Bot.)
Kgtch'jp
Macaroni 4 Chc*scTins
Chlckpn Hb**
Fruit Salad
Pudd.n^
Farvx
Lactarjtrn
Cuslar I Powder
OlivesDots.
Cherries
Pork & Beans- Thai
HbfcM Mi..'.
Steak A Kidney Pudding
Salad Dregging'Bots.
Soda Biscuit* .'.
Jam;, k Marmalade
Jellies
Arrow Rum
GOLDEN ARROW RUM
PLRKINS & CO., LTD.
Roebuck Street, Dial 2072 & 4502
SLICED HAM
SLICED BACON
CANADIAN EGGS
MAXAM BEEF SAUSAGES
SAUSAGES
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES
MEAT ROLLS
LUNCHEON BBST
MAXAM rOtf|J
TlnsolCU"^""
k Kia
PE&c?^p*r3.
VRl'SES. w
GUAVAS.
ALLEYNE ARTHUR & C'
HIGH STREET


i-!?j-\i;v i.'. it,!
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
pgnrBMITY COLLEGE OF THE WEBT INDIES
*" 'rc '."""? '"' ^' "-ertumnip t ..n Assia, u^.
Department i>r Mathematics.
3. SCOie/r lfcU"cr ls *800 rising by Inert-
MO. an Assistant r g, 4fifj L *
It* I*"" ~-' ~ .a a.miu rrnnn bv inert.
, !5 , 800. and for an Assurtant Lecturer 0 risini, to
Ul and the point oj entry into the scale an deter
, w exnenrnc- and qualiflcatlora. The duties include teachin.
TLdmrec-i of London.
" accommo,!., , 0, ,.
rf the a""" p":' lndfr arrangements similar to
JJLr and child allowanci .- uald.
B*,l"n IMX copi'" sh" ''" Secretary, inter-
Jirv Council for Higher Education in ihe Colonies, I Gordon
tL, London. W.C.I, from whom further information can be ob-
^"nosinB " 8th April- l9!0-
SfMIAV UtVOCATR
^"ilr^^irmail for Fatherly Advic^^
PACK THIli I
You, too, can get
to the Top
WITH OUR HELP
by POST
rsr'v
5 '
PART ONE ORDERS
By
Lirat.-t'cl. J. Connrll. QXBA, E.H..
Commanding.
The Barbados Rejtmant
issue no o_____________________ io per so.
1 PARADES-Training
:700 hours
jjaatby 16 Feb., 30. There will be -, rrther drill parade in
select personnel to form the Guard oi Honour for ihe visit
his on the C Mar. '50,
*'" "* > ' r*. fast. b. -,011,1 tJ, _
v~. .,. MM I,, .h.,^, '",
SIMPLY
CHOOSL
YOUR
CAREER

, DiSPECTION
|bl mil he an inspection of belts and frogs under Coy and
rrvnsemenls at the end "' panda on Thursday 16 Feb 'Si
JcaBmaMers 11 d ehNk the uniform
|afl""~' '' ,nosf' yohniieer: who .'mlerl the pre- |
j ORDERLY OFFICES & SERJEANT FOR WEEK
ENDING 20 FEB. 'SO.
Orderly Officer-Lieut. T. A. Gillens
,. Orderly Serjeant216 Sjt. Storey. B.W.
Xl for duty
:lv Officer2/Lt. E. R. Goddard
Oner Serjeant209 Sjt. Long, C. I!
i DISMISSALSOTHER RANKS
. .ding Officer has approved the dismissal of the
BWfiuoned Otitej Rl
289 Pte Pilgrim. E.
3$3 Pie Smith. D.D.. for non-attendam- it pal
M I. 13. SKEWES-COX. Major,
SOL F. & Adjutant.
The Barbados Regiment
PART II ORDERS
jm BARBADOS REGIMENT
rBRI'ARY, 1950
Lye privilege
Kl Sjt. Clatne. C flrante.l 28 d
SERIAL NO. 2
SHEET 2 & ONLY

LEAVE
iiiim-r. 1!., H.Q. Coy. Granted 14 days' S/l.
IjlIYILEOE LEAVE
Pte. Cnchlow, D. -A" Coy. Granted 5 weeks VIU
IF-:
M. L. D. SKEWES-COX. Major,
S.O.L F. a Adjutant,
The Barbados Regiment.
WHATEVER YOUR GOAL WE WILL TRAIN YOU FOR IT V ffi-S
3tS "~ *-.....' ffz.'s ixsrxs
- /W/ U,/ (. PERT," 188 "-"'" -
THE BENNETT COLLZCE LTD
SKCFMclJ ENCLAHD
In Time for the New Year!
DESK DIARIES: II.ATICMM PENS: PENCIL SETS; CRAW-
FORDS ASSORTED SWEET BISCUITS: GENTS TRAY
PURSES .ml WALLETS: LADIES' PURSES
COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY
Day Phone. : 2041 4441 NIGHT 141
Samples of the Ufawfa,, Marines (r Subscriplions
can be seen al:
JOHNSONS STATIONERY.
r v,?KI;V\ HE*n0N' WOODWORKER
Tl\.m l^V^. CHILD EKLCATION
TtACHtKS WORLD .\|(T AND CRAFT
You are also inviled Io m-pe. i the ranKe of Hotw
niiiiiii. Brushes just opened by
JOHNSONS HARDWARE.
ENGLISH CHINA
For lovely wedding gifts
Tea 1 Coffee Services. Frui:
. Bon Bon Dishes etc
Floral designs in hand-
some patterns and colours.
DAINTY GLASS
MINIATURES
Bambu
penguins.
rabbits.
PHOTOFRAMES
Designed te compliment
portrait.
LOUIS I.. HAVI.EV.
Jewellers.
Bolttni Lallt'.
,------.-.-.--.-.-.---.-.-.-..............,,.....-.,-.-.-.-7....,.,,,....,.,...,.,.
I "i ou've found the best value
in Khaki Drill!
.7.). .8971.). 1.17
These Low Prices
For a slum Period only
IVANS m WHITFIELDS
tGI\E US THE
TOOLS AND
\M WILL DO
thi; JOB...
.- hava lino .'issortmcnt and we can
Ws what ynu may require.
WhMher ii lw a Hand, Sash or Compass Saw, Fore. Jack,
-MorBlovk Plane. Firmer and Sock.-. Chlaata, Ruto, File
aummer, Bee - -
N. B. HOW. I I
MR. TRADER!
YOU havf, doubtless, had the foresight i insure
your business premises and stocks against the risks
of Fire or other calamity. But have you considered
the loss of earning power following such calamity?
Allow us to protect the earning power of vour
business by covering you with a
LOSS OF PROFITS POLICY
with Ihe
ROYAL INSURANCE CO., I.TI).
We shall be pleased to give you anv a..
information you may require.
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
INC. IN B.G.
Bay Street. \ DA COSTA & CO.. LTD, AGENTS
OUR STORE
WILL BE CLOSED
FOR THE
INTERCOLONIAL
CRICKET TOURNAMENT
AT 12 NOON
ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS.
9th, 13th. 14th, 16th, 20th
and 21st February

\ (.()(! Job Demaadi
GOOD TOOLS
V.m with the Followine :
II kND SAWS ii. h, :n
HACK SAWS ir and II
COMPASS SAWS 9" and U
SAD I mi v
WOOD u ISPS
''I- INKS .....II l\|,,.,i
vih;s ii a|| rM.....
TRY oi IRES ii all Type*)
SPIRI1 i.l.M LS mi .ill rveea)
BOXWOOD lil II S
il \ vi Ml (is
( IIISII.S
SPOKE SHAVES
Jar"- A '1'imiI fur Every Purpose -^n
VISIT
Ihe Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
(Tin: mil m i (in BARQAINS)
niun sir.ii I'll,i,. jiii'i , um,
Announcing the Arrival of
NEW 1950 AUSTIN MODELS
HAMPSHIRE
A 70 HampshireIn addition to the
'nany new features incorporated for
1950 is the addition of ventilating
wings in the front doors, new colours,
wider opening rear doors, and more
'eg-room.
DEVON
A40 DevonVentilating
side wings, new uphol-
stery to match colour
colour schemes.
A70 COUNTRYMAN
(English Equivalent to American
Stalion Wagon; Seating for (Six)
6 Persons-Luggage space behind
Rear Seats-Steel Body with Wood
Panelling above 2 doors Rear
Sea! hinged for further Luggage
space
E(KSTEE\
AUSTIX
Distributors
Bay Street, Dial 4264.


p \<,i i hi ;;n i \
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Report On
Civil Service
Published
Mail I
Tlu
, th<- Jam-ica Civil service.
... The Mills
repci'
that the Wat Bonuses paid t.
;ld be incor-
Daak mbtm
name says Ihl
be. unless the medical
wnich he dalTM is badly un.ie, -
jppad.
Mr mill uld also wntw
..
i
UKlrcw The !

. valuable site
aagarty taken uu by
Mth plenty ol bou.
A little further Kast is U
th scores of W
two-third mil
1
been recommendations on and o!i
. <.lum should be taken
ft Andrew: that the afta
. hundreds of IhOUMU
uld be cut up Into
n Beva the tre-
Krowing con-
KlngslOB With homes
. to put
. ..
simeruai
12 room any-
frBm
month.

* nil
I
aroui
u.uk up. *mn wh stt ire 'Miumi os
Scout Notes
Thinking Day Parade
Sunday Mth Februaiy will be
observed as Thinking Day, whtn
Annum scouts anu
will t>e held .it tnc at
DJfi
^ubs. Smuts and Bow
irk at 3 20
a ill march irom thcie
' Ben*. I
Red to w
i groups receive son v
inucta ii''<
Mystery
Malady
In Jamaica
iRartMdo* AdvncaUr CorrwiwtMl*'!
k::. 18 Itt i Bj Mall)
Jamaica's mj '
to.nmon'y eallod Vomiting SicK-
li i: annually) during the
a nter month*, clalma
. .hi -main In full force
iuive been reported, and [rom
.
i.forms neat and Ctaan
.
U laav

Will FlgM In Camp
niit tim pro- Mai
posal tooth -rid nail Thaj ip le I

I
in in camp foi

Jamaicans are highly inti
port fron i
..'
k Joseph of "9th Bai
ist whu left the Island neargr fifty \ nlved in a CJFC*
i
Hanover (In which
Buatamanta was born)
.cm s*hoi etaUdron hi
. it) .i tOI vmiting With
. ..:.. roportctJ
; ill is ovtf Um past fort>
it 10 what
fatal malady Is.
Some hold it is due to ackee
to < atlng "f bnma-
While .i large school
i\ [| is due tO
t on It practically only affect;
. of under age. and it only
I winter months,
..ting, yan
a i malnutrltk
uii'd.

leadini .t

uf Unstoad. and Hr H C Som-
i of the All-
bland Asaoeia-
niembei
of the Potlca Commission of Los
' irnla.
Islands is considered to le.
s I': "Thr

to a
colon re I
'i of 25
was tt> i
pbtU.
Mrs H A Talma. Dutrl)
C-uldas
1 llrla' School
day. 30th January
where 200 Pordc li actln| Quldoi ol this

L Harcourl Lewli
;
hi hoapttal for aomeUm

round, and I*
l,ucul Asinratinn
A M.i-lio. (OCUUVO
( .:.,. ,.i *t.- I
ana held ol Pax Hill on
: unary
W.I. Women
In Conference
KINGSTON (Uy Mall).
I . UM week i.a
onfaranca ol West India..
Olad by Lady Hugg n
.vife of the Governor, with Ift
lOJoct af i>,lining a West IndW
. of Womt'ii. Jainaic.
has a strong confndaranV
..huh takes a
.,. tlva port hi UN cMn life of in*
and The cons
vain for the
i m Thr am-
itng of
rtad; and
after
composure she C"

To Survej JumuiVu
Vrchivefl
...,.'. fromaUth
attended and a welcome was ej J nllsl| (;u!.1(Kl
her by Mrs. i t ,, M,tuona of AaMffcani
fron-. tin l..v ,,l Texas.
4 .. | nnfederatUm ol
a woman ^.>s tronglj
b| all the speakers and
... been made to carry
this through at the earliest possi-
ln connection with the visit ol
n dolegatmii. Iht) bV<
IT. red I Mholarship to a Jamaica
in at I college, oi
. m the state of Texas
lira Manila Dal pron Inanl club
. | San Anton!

I l.nlarships while hi ro
,',Vi' Tii rtynlno other scholarships wil

KlNUSiOM thy Ml
At present in Jama*
i B E Daput)
He u

,
.i work
.
i ututo of

I
:
8
but t > gain
I
i .
Mrs Osbon
gOI I 10 British Guiana to live.
Ijirolmenl
Mi- .1 A
ComruisMonei. visited ttn Hrou
rda l'.nk and i
High School) on
... mui Pabi
enrolled 5 Brownies H
6 Guides in par
I.....
' ai
Ind Quldai (81 Wh In



I I Class QuldC After
ip nrc

Ties.
Lmerl
BroWBst Tiainim;
ilng fi Browi
tn will b>' held at Pu Hill <>ii
IHtli February from
I to pm a i
G

Scoufa and GulaWa Own
Bu i Mth Keb-

at 330 p m
I nluui rra.tne
1
.iday. 25th
The WrutluT
TODAY
sun Blaaoi U a-oa.
Iota] ti OX p.m
Maaa I Man I Ii.nury lfi
Llihling: 6 30 p.m
High Water I IS.5 a.m.. Illl
a in
^ i BTBaXDAV
R.inUII (t'odrlniton) nil.
ToUl for month to raftM
day: 3 In.
remaoratara Mua I N I i
Wind Dttr, lloii (g a in > >
ill am n I
Wind Velocity: 4 miles i. r
hour.
lauaanaaw a-sa.1 N S >>
(II a in | n M I
They'll 1>> li Every Time
pARVER S-O'S BARNr-JUST IN RASSiNG
MAY WE VE\~ OS-** 5 S NCkJSM
TO MOO? A WrCLE POUTiCAL CONVENTION
RlkMi..aH.a. By jimmy tfado
S .:-TOh5 .VircjME FORvEk
I UJCyCRAfiNc.r/r1'RS=Si--OE=
1 TOO.S A\5 v -"- ^ 5T00-S IN WER
EVEB1TE COBRUGATED SIIKETS
g rt.. 8 n.. it 10 ri. ieu
ALUMINIUM COBBUGATED BaBHI
I. II 7 II K It. 9 ft, 10 fl. Ituilh.
ne *OB4 or ow ..
IfcuStTpKS J;|*{ FOR CEILINGS & PARTITIONS
ASBESTOS WOOD SHEKTS
l li. \ 1 II.. 1 li x II. al Hr- "< "
WVI.I.IiUAKU
I I I, ,q. tt.
UMTEX HARDBOABB
. in. tMrk al 16c. q. tt
All ] ii mil.- rr.uil.d.
KAYNES CO., Ltt
i.V,V,V.V.W,V.V,WW /.
PTataWSCT RT.
$jjP J P. C. S. MAFFi;i & Co.. Ltd. I
Top Scows in Tailoring
aanmw ,i J
In all the loveliest shades
such as Blue. Grey. Pink,
Gold. Lime Green etc.
M" wide: $1.56 a Yd.
(Remember you need
very little (or the dress)
at
THANIS
'r Wra Hry. St. Dial 3466.
'" MM 51 Swaa 81
"> Hoe. laeaa at.
Bo liandhi sure. Swan 81
AUSTIN REED
OF
REGENT STREET
A SMALL SHIPMENT Of
COLLAR ATTACHED DRESS SH*
COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED Sffl
SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED SHa|
WOOL SOCKS
- NOW AT -
C. B. RICE S Co-
OF
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