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PAG in THE BARBADOS AIM WKONrSDAV I .-KHKI AKV KEENLY CONTESTED GAM E DRAWN BARBADOS MAKE BOLD *,<>< !" -<' % %  <"_ "•M aayjh.V" BID FOR VICTOR ) In Atkinson's next over Thomas |„ K.ng's n*\lost his wick-' tempted to drive, the lull edK ng delivery behind the w:cket lo, Mghl Frank Kim look i afore M had scon J. w i 0 kel-keep#r Wood to bring oT %  ran. the Pavilion end. .ngie. a uoot t catch and dismlaa thla.|a •* narrt*H %  .iiwt-ui %  <•> %  •. •" r*RatHOS-TM U-I.f. >(ar 4.* I II%  ill' H r Mm asou R Marshall I. Wulhl Ibi b Kim .1 -i H iMtni t Taytof ^ Walton C A McW.ll e Waio.tt b Aifcin.n %  t^. i tralratl Wood %  %  b Walcot: NO MORE GREY HAS AFRICAN MIXTURE ^'* CoJoua the Mslr .nstsMivk M absolutaly what is professed of it: A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING Atotlott m ••> slits ajjsjaj BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN MiiiuHcta'ed ay I. FIOUTIE8. LTD.. Saaerara. Mldd'e^7TTT'^ FLEURoil wiUHutng %  ^toagj W "alB, M-r.h.U B MrO (ia.km c f Trim not axil out Lursi b R Marshall b Kins i Man i—*. IN. 3 i:i i4i y ass. t—t. T-at>. s~S4j. r.i noWttNG ANALYSIS Alklnaun L WaJcoli V M.fl.i p QaMM GOVERNOR 1 PRESENTS PRIZES I the Governor ing the prizes after such a short Mr A W L Savage and Mrs. notice. Savage attended the final day's He also thanked the merchants play of the Intercolonial Cricket of British Guiana and Barbados Tert between Barbados and Britfor the gifts they had donated to ish Guiana a) Kensington yesterthe lucky winners He said that da) he was quite sure that the last %  l.overnor game of the series had provided to the various ihem with some very entertaining cricket Hi f A C ClaJratOOt*}. Stnioi lie next paid tribute to the !' Ua very short up a good standard of fielding In the island, after a big score had been put up. id taken a keen interest in the The visitors however had never name and hi some slackened off and that was a great •Blue Streak" Arrives J \M \K A UI.KBY WINNtK Bad \ ( Utai I hiniiion in Trinidad Ukrn in his box ., he l.mded on ilie wh^rf on Monday morning. Blue Slre-k u Uvourite for the B.T.C. Stakes feature event al thr B. f.t'. >pring Meeting due lo ilarl M March 4lh. Blue BKnA* .lanii-ica's Dorby winner, arrived In the island on Mondav morning by the Challenger", to parn the B T. C. Spring ; in March. This horse is owned by Mr. Tags popular business man of Jamaica and Trinidad. Accompanying 'Blue Streak" Lady Pink" and "Swiss .eh will also take Dart in the coming meet. These three horses are in the charge of Mr. Leo Williams, who arrived on the same ship. Mr Williams is a well known race tii'.er of Jamaica and Trinidad. •September Song" and "Silver ii.ved the same day by %  •hallenger". The latter is a grey lilly owned j %  r Chin of Brittfa Guiana who is a prominent DJ the South Caribbean.. Mr. Chin's horse was trained! Hart of Trinidad. 1 It.ll.l Iladio l'|-0!>l'.IIIIIH' HI LSI ... V* I I IIRI \K %  I 11 noon' Tht> Nt?" I I %  .11. Ilk PID Si%  • I ;. m FYOBTMIUI > i : Jcx* 9Cu"' *.. 10 ha Read. 7 30 v irrplereit. U p m R> on Ihe Key %  %  %  %  %  < Tlk. 9 J" p .i. %  Ols* Kreanlk. Id 43 p m Colonn 11 p m II "ewe for that touch of ^ taste-.' LADIES' EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS In white only in boxes of one each. Prices per box From $1.44 ,o 1.92 CAVESHEPHERD&CO., 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET to the ida' • l3 LIST OV PRIZE? KM. Hantaaal %*mti u.r rritk*a l i t" %  Watt slip* to the boi.ndnrv Bjajd out the i. singled to mui on <*fT Hoad i .mui ml of pie*. < UM) had given them for the :.ight. He oni] tixretlid th. ( he was not here for the last four days as he was away in Jamaica. Me however said that in British 16 inches of rain m and January and if It had not lieen for that, he was 0t .I it. HI: iuM would have hap',ete : ( Ibiurne. the Marine; I of UM Hiltikli Guiana team. .( %  •# Lid. le* beat alLmuiider on Bei ikae a ^ . a a.^J.^. -ia^ .j. rlba^ laV^I^A.l Preeenled by Ueetrs. N. K. WiUan M *hr*t Sconin ftr.1 inauh VB :a Hiii-n ChniUem netrreeeeled by Central Foundry Ltd f i Ihnheal Score in wcond match oa P-rbedoa aide la CKde Ai>coU IUI I'raMiitnl b> Mi> Wn> Toeatn Id 'or Hldlteet He..rr in Mcond nuKrn i> KG. aide to Bruce falraacleau Pad* Preeenled b> Mr A G. St. Hill t.il bualfl UKIne moat artrkej) SB Clyde Wakott Shoee-Preaeeited b> ateeto Bale Shoe r 0 (or Hiehe.t Scot* in aenea to EverPad. Prvented by Ueaan In IIM beat all luundrr on Uniwrl Chn.oani IM aiassti %  [hanked the Barbados Cricket Aslation for the excellent arrangements made for his team at %  • tKMtaa where they w ere log and for the practices laadiM aide to Clyde Waicott l'i. r. Clyde i filed b> A Ba I m bwB| needed Maaahall's ov. ;i bCir. Wtgti' ofi teM aaud played out it.. MaratiaU sent Wight j Hdi %  Hog a glonct to flmleg for 1 by Persaud. At 71 CrtJeJcUrd bow let fruia I f-rsau.l got a boundary past pout ->P H flmt and thet Wight took .. I C.oddtird's | boundary. The luJ .i. was til %  86 Wlgh 1 :* l\i .... : i ixir. After I umli %  : %  %  a single off rt %  %  with a bratr..%  end up 100 aaud i two sinr.1' 1 >ok an easy single off Waicott' Mnce hl arrtval and for presenlAlur lea On behalf of th. Captain and membcm of Ihe team, he thanked the umpires for the very aatlsfacanner in whlrh they had • Mir duties and the hard work they Each mrmlier ..f % % %  team %  •• well i iiliililrawl ami they wouui ,. ., Ihll vlall dh Mi Gi I l 'Plain "' DaLid i ne perl rmiiHr ." %  H O " w lo John Ti Ilal -Pre. %  IIU.I L M %  ea, g Caae Pre,lt-l In Maaj Alexander Ha*l> A c HO dr l.i l--ln oi wmie(.ill Bet "T"lV* Hc-i h. rtasa Co Ltd (oi e*celknt IIS| ... i a (.. %  LaBthai Pr--. bBttUH %  veraai m l*air*U"M ..." u l.i.i f... beat IMITII %  Hdibadoa aide to i:\ni.u. Sfea I it IjalllKH to li l..r hiilliani l-alt.i iii.i Preeenled l>ilirttd A. Co, La ...ft-.-lent batt.i Wmhl IIH-. | %  I %  and sent km bowled .'i place of W itl The baUman ant de%  if th.bat and went into tha ..I tii,. Watt had acor* including 5 fours and was at the i 85 minutes Tha icon %  w read 103—5—47 %  and open.nl with a single off the next ball. .rnied from the i -id and got TI %  | %  i. valiant effort to I The Wcfttlier TODAY >un RUCH; Ul B >uii SeU; 610 ii in Moue. (Laat Quarter 1 Febru ar> 24 l.lihtini l 6X0 p.m. il. i. Water: 6.41 a.m TM am Yt-etlrKliW li .ml .il (Codrlnglon) ml Total for Month to >r*lcrda> : l.Otf in* Trinperalure (Max.! 84.a* J' reitaeratare (Mini U. F Wind Direction (t a.m.> I (3 p.ml E. by N. Wind Veloelt>: 8 milr* per hour Huremetsr < fl a.m.) 3.aS"I (S p.m.) !9935 %  -<.. Mal>h4ll Mewi. Mennlnt . I'o. Ltd lor .food IWIIIIKI on B O aide 1" Oeoree Cemacho %  .led In flai.^l %  '"" %  are! -i . IUI Piaurantid l.> IIIUL.K i -I eppoaian.e on Bail > U M^i.liall IUI lir.rnirt by Meean. J. B. Lealie T hey'll Do It Every Time a~-...~... By Jimmy Hade j S*rrAE?s'.S-ViJV=6CT S.R=!?SEPAI<-> iSRS--! f ..-E5E ^ES SHBaBTTMAT i10COME RISHT rtOMc! 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77 Ipg| M m'. KKBKl \li\ 22. IMP r SPIES SENTENCED: 2 CONDEMNED TO DIE Accused Appeals i BUDAPKST, Feb. 21. LiRcrlean bu-,:# x H(e and saboUge here lodiiv '' British buStnceKen to 13 yens. %  Rubber ^COMMONWEALTH MADRAS : | lit ill.--: the Com 11 by win.iitiff •incoi* in i iiininiiK f won with only eleven par*, scores wei .iikl 247. iMUfl for 7 *'Kei* 3|| .^, i..,., ,riMIUV.fc jeler. both Hungarian. ,. j KuUty M econonu. Keleman Don n Just, also UoMriant, "eh tot ;cn ., Fory, the Hungarian woman ce%  confiscation or property it. ir„ .gary oi Vogelei IMU nvolriBB -( %  : .lien sentences. Hirtd ftiul match here lo-uu.v All seven prJgOMl ....*.: %  % %  Wftr at the Ihi n otrore the same Judge wbi tenced Cardinal MindThe President announced sentences in the name ol the Hunrjan People, Repui.u Tfce defendant fully. President OH-, th. document detailing Ilk *-">g at the ve:,: Me uid ihe guilt of the aoeuH nad been provea by their own testimony, by documentary evidence and by witness** Defence attorney! appealed tujalnsi the senteneos on behalf wMuum imi a" ovi accused in the mam iff Hay Smith.! trial here President Orly. tald ihe appeal* would be referred to the Supreme Court He asked the pro***•<;;,., f he accepted the sentences Gyarl Alpl said he accepted the rteatn sentences but felt th ;i t the sentences against the oth, eused, were not severe enough —Eeuter ily 35 mm TV %  * a* *Xl for • K %  : L M win with seven w toll, appeal %  : I.. Arable vutory. but in for^f pace they tost four wlckfbtapiv iftei vno inlerval %  a : wickets down All. who wai unable to Hat this morning owing In j^ljrM Bag) : %  %  % %  '! <> bat ^end made the winning hit Ljrfarv oriveofT Hay Smith. Hjggr all-rounder. Mushtaq fagi Injured when trying 1.Vrtiitiiir Trad.' Problem ole range of trade probivo eroMM • ot 1-atin-Ameriean ufTj Ji WOJ then third riiectiug mice Miller, win. [i tourtnf South %  ... The meeting lasted 3 hi %  ester Haa, Argentine Ambusudo. to th^ United who return* bit puip. t. %  i %  Bxecnnf Uepartnie? %  om> rued by Am-j bassadoi Stanton Grims. and ottie-I liruler. ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN ED! COIMC DOWN SIM f 5.000 PRISONERS PARDONED b 2i. About \0O0 prisoners under | %  pottal Hi %  %  announced to-dtj—Kruter. Ibqrgjmu % %  >!•. Ihe Oio. •pcedily devaloei %  ptaiptn sad open wtti -J... l h—Mwdi o* iftn wrtimvta" pWvtJ ib ihe ii nothing nor* -unm TIUW* ihanDDP r *n inuai k#,id >Mlrr *M pt>M i" UN will r* hBOOfl DJ3 n rV oOeatMblc ii a atom iXiirieMfou | F.B.Armtr : :tOv WIU l8X ADe W4/1V4A/ HONG KONG. Feh. 21 Chinese sources in Hainar island. „rT the south coSt ,,' •nina and Taiwan said toniehi communist preparations that invade Hainan were boUovS to oe complete, and an attempt could be expected early in March -Renter. Commonwealth with J tangs lead of 11 run., %  to 113) were out for 247 in Ivcood inning _piting a thrilling day's \ more than 30.000 peopfcB t in the Stadium and it Jl disappointment when | All did not resume Ids Hnapirtd that he had frac* \l Itafer of his right hand Harare Joined Umrigar Zj was resumed. ticket was taking spin and n called on Worrel. Tribe Iturice. Only three of the n before lunch were rJT Pitzmaurice. • mistimed a drive off the JR ball lie received from R*it Tribe, at third man, la fairly easy catch. The batsmen fortable but they punlahed any., thing sftort of a length ... ded 93 runs in the tw, belore lunch Fltrjnaurice opened I after lunch and toon boat and bowled Umrigor who fours In his 59 which occupied HOI", minutes Ha/aie and Umstga had engogecl in a century ttalKl with Harare doing most" of the scoring and he continued in thl vein when joined by 1'hadkar. Ilazare took the total past 20l m i!6.') minutes when the new ball was taken by Fitzmaurice and Freer. :ried to pull Freer but missed and wai given out l.b \20 minutes before tea md Adhikari and Phadkar plaved safely to lhat interval when India needed 35 runs with only three wickets down. $2,925,000,000 For Marshall UdNationa WASHIN(,TI).\ P| Paul G ll uaoawoaal CoraUtt* ilurlng II„. ,1,,,,! ,,.. MtlflUf UW.000 (rimi ['„M ;lr ( ul J05 t !" 000 .',41*0.000. 1Mb 121.060.000, Nclhcrland) • :,.. ,„,,, J 142.800-1 N 500.000. s, %  O00. Trie; W.200,(K)o —Krillfr. FREIGHTER WRECKED BUENOS AH l The S47-I %  day off the ooast of ship's propellor Off the p,,rt at 1CP1 In Jail For Killing Bull •'rought U %  %  him off to %  I Trinidad Was En Fete: Busta Attended Ball I IS.irl.i.!,,. \,l,„, .,1,. I ,.trc.|i„ii,l,nl) POH j] I '•'' %  ' Tinl lealh of n cllf CARNIVAL WITHOUT DRINKS II is • %  %  / 'iKtu. and ;nght. On U %  .11 %  %  'ime. W:%  ol the 1 -(CP> ^PRESCRIPTION ..Huni*'"" •* 41 10. ^* AN |FROMO| *A) HOSPITU. Madame < hi.... Kai-Shek, wife ibospiUl, meeU a Hounded Nationalist soldier. It waa her (irai public ..pneur*nef % % %  ioce returning from the I S.A. She met more than 6M aattenu.— 1 %  : rpreia "Donkey" Shoot* "Monkey 9 %  %  %  %  ad —Heater. %  enjoyrt i %  i" 'irenada lo held in %  rrtlea. DM persons wlm i adln| poit• i Lehed n continuous %  gtean .f masqu-1.1 dance on th " r Theri riainndi %  t mi tn %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  idniaht %  .ltd tire I I 1 % % % %  vear — (Bv I tMt.l i> frrl'ul NORSC PARLIA:: %  %  %  ft Anns Aid i bat* IMJni jujt ovr 2 I "s— Kralrr. t Ladies' Cotton Panties Mil'. |l-r |i.in. Plastic Sheeting W2r. prr JBr4. &f MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Itroml Si. : MlfttMn I N deep, peacttul deep MuaMj i nMtOM root in -llU ^ %r "'•'"•" KMuretlrie Mt.i.iin* %  leaa bi druririai %  acts n> aa mdeali an nu al mnom > %  ! .piivkU makrs ,.u iiinTiiin I'tmla .rd j".. hu.-v.,, •MtrchrerII.I > .MlhJllki. FRESH STOCKS Til H/L\ll TRINIDAD *NCE/CRAPEFW" iy tin 28^ tin AT ALL STnHES %  • %  • %  • % %  %  % %  -. % %  v.-,va i ii l | M ll | „ tu „ w wtwM>lww "MUM AIIIMIS %  MM fl. by tyf ft, jnd lii/i Ji. hv 9 fl. J J.XOLKI I1H II\ HULLS 6(1. w.de All vrry n %  :...,n.,l,lc ,„ I'rin i. mmw ii.ni. 10 li 11 Itocbuck Slrci Incorpurattd 1IIM A LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE INSTAI. "LISTER'' ALTERNATOR SETS I K IIIKSEI. I>KI\I\ M.IIKN ATIHW 3 B.W. . 10. S KM. Ii KM. a MM A.I ranyklr olUi SlukkS rmcimav LUL Vlhlte Hark Roadl IMal UM o L, ^i 'J JiredNature's Sweet Restorer ''..'ss.-s.w.'.'ss,:;-,*,-,v u ll I I --, %  .-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-,-,-,-.-.-. WILLIAM F0(JARH LTD. I INC. 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PAGE FOLK Till BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNES DAY, FEBRUARY ———.— a n, BARBADOS Pubttobwd by Tth. Adn AD^O&TE IU Co. M*. •*. Broad ft, %  rt**Hl Wednesday. February 2L. 1950 I nfoi iunalr Inriden.* IT IS singularly unfortunate that the British Government did not find it convenient to grant the request ol the people of British Honduras for further consideration of their case against devaluation of their dollar. The almost blunt refusal coupled with the sophistry that restoration of the dollar would be a disservice to British Honduras is bound to have unpleasant repercussions. Thenare circumstances which might have justifiably led the people of that colony to believe that their plea for release from the economic stranglehold would have been mofc closely examined. It cannot be unknown to the Secretary of State for the Colonies that several individuals have publicly complained of the hardships created by the change in financial policy Within recent weeks the Bishop Designate of Trinidad, who was formerly Sishop of Honduras, gave an insight into •.he conditions which had arisen as a result of the devaluation. The limited opportunity for agricultural pursuits and the almost total lack of industrialisation form now a combination which hampers the economy of Honduras. The Evans Report which is still fresh in the minds of those who take any interest in West Indian affairs, might well be regarded as the basis of any hope which f British Honduras entertained. Already the people of that colony have shown that their patriotism and loyalty have been strained to the utmost and they have been guilty of some excesses which are not likely to have otherwise occurred. Such apparent antagonism to British rule in the colonies is not consistent with the professed loyalty and affection for the British Throne by the people of Honduras, but at a moment of stress and severe :ri a small population with limited has forgotten all but its own well-being. It is true that they tried constitutional methods which have failed and they have WJl tH l t" the less admirable methods. Il is to be hoped that whether the Tories or the Labourites come to power in Great Britain within the next few days, the Government will find some means of avoiding an open breach with a hitherto loyal OH of the West Indian peoples. II.It.II. PriiM-f** Alice liitttallrd A* University i olleje Chancellor BENEATH BLUE MOUNTAIN PEAKS CONDUCT ON 'BUSES A CORRESPONDENT in a recent issue of this newspaper draws public attention to the conduct on 'buses and suggests that it (houM Ml l allowed. This is not the first llBM that such conduct has been denounced in public print. Some time ago passengers on the Kontabelle route had reason to comnular conduct and this was quickly remedied. Il will be realised that more people travel than any other form of conveyance. In addition ii> this, children going to and (roan Khool IN nol always on the School 'Bus; this mi .ins thai tliey have to travel but. It is most undesirptopla with no regard for public decency should be allowed to offend ratpacttble ptopU who must travel by the In the old days of the Tram Car there was provision in the law for the prosecution of who misconducted themselves on publi. I a. It could hardly be that this has been overlooked in the drafting of new regulations in recent years li !,,.. .,. la Stoat instances of public nuisances II is the duly of the public to call ittenUon of the Police to such behaviour as it is not possible for them to be n( at all these cases. One remedy WOaM be to look lor Ihe conductor's numh, i whan he fails to put a stop to this beour and report the matter to the Highway! and Transport Board. If connaires keep employees who encourage misconduct, then it is up to them to pay the penalty. Ol II III All! IIS SAY. MEDIAEVAL PAGEANTRY vulture the Extra-Mural Department, each Non~ who saw it will ever forget Crow, the Jamaican the extraordinary beaut, and imwheels ceaselessly on his powerfrom a separate Caribbean Colony, prcss.vencss of ihe ceremony lul wing., during the morning which look place on the tableand afternoon before the cerelands ot Mona on the afternoon more/. A downpour would havo of Thursday January 16th, urban spelled ruin to Ihe ceremony. The Following Ihe stalf ot the Unlit R H Princess Alice, Countess great crowds could not possibly varsity College came a long array of Athlone was installed as have been accommodated in any ot distinguished guests Irom the Chancellor of the University Colone of the existing buildings of Universities of the world, as weU lege of the West Indies in a the University in the event of a as other figures pageant of colour against the downpour Many must have First came a figure familiar to might" background of the Jathought of Dr Taylor and his asBarbados. Canon Wippell. as remalean mountains. The historic slitants with real .ympathy while preaeroative of Codnngton Co !" d"on Tedignity and grarain was actually falling at one lege. the oldest institution of Untc !" us charn, of the Old World o clock in the afternoon^ It coasverty rtatu, ,„ the West Ind e* were caught and fused with the ed; and during she next two hours With him was Mr II J fate. Use briLn? Re. and contrasts, the the cars pasecd in stream which P"^' "'^.'XV tl^n r?! became an inspiration. versity ate. jo lh( Colon ,„ an(l he Unlv „. Some ot the great crowd -if Punctually at twenty minute. „,„„ Bureau of the British Emfour thousand people who attendPft four the Governor of Jamaica plre Th representatives of the ed had witniwed many cereand Lad* Hoggins arrived, and Br i,i, h and foreign Distinguished Academic Guests New Charter For Indians Hy D'Arry O"llonmll OTTAWA, (By Mail), A new bill of rights for Canada's 135,000, red Indians likely will be presented to' Parliament at the session opening Feb. 16. The bill, providing for an almost complete I rewrite of the Indian Act, has been in the| hands of legal experts of the justice department for more than six months. It is anticipated the experts will complete their work in time for the legislation to be presented at the coming session. They have been trying to put into legal form many of ihe recommendations of a joint committee ol the Senate and the Commons which studied the plight of the Indian in 1946, 1947 and 1948. Some of the recommendations dealing with improved health services and educational facilities for Indians have already been acted upon by the government. But some of the most contentious problems have remained unchanged. The committee heard suggestions that the Indians should be given full citizenship, including the right to vote. But most representatives of Indian bands showed little interest in enfranchisement. They regarded it IOUS in., i...u.......-..-.., hr colonial secretary oi Jamaica „,„ vice-Chanceilor of the unll ltre5 !" J_ !" TT|~ k ,um „f .heir and women taking part, inrl „,„,, representatives ol advers j t y of London and Sir Rayas something which would rob tnem oi men g University Arnon fi'Hl 1 .*".* !" ond Priestley, Vice-ChanceJJor uealy privileges. The Indians told the committee they wanted more schools and hospitals, non-denominational education and repeal of the present prohibition against the purchase of liquor by Indians. They had other grievances. They protested iainst encroachment of whites on Indian ittraw, limitations imposed by provin„, i cial governments on hunting and trapping ganlred by European dictators „,.,,. 00 wta oat clear of the peaks Athlone. robed as Chancellor or „„_,., l „„.,, tribal funds unThere was somolhir,* Install background the, University of London An rights, lack of control over tribal tunas, un greater in Ihe re.tn.int and dig, .,,,„ grandeur as undergraduate carriedI hu train, nltv of this pte ''I behind him *;'""'" Ihe Maceu 'the Mona ,.'. on bearer Finally. Mr. I Mfflerwas in It. too. Ihe verve rid and lock. £•*• %  „ the £3.—""IS; eperev Of TOUth, I .' •• unbroken scarlet, formed by the and Mr. Hugh Springer, me Rasp .'.'ii. < uiit.i In i v> .i ,f**Z British and Foreign Vnkmtttlm and otheruise, th crowd row to LMf f* while passed next, in a bright array of the Military Band, in lately doctoral robes. their picturesque uniforms of red Those represented were the ..nrl blue, played the National AnUniversity College of Ibadan. Nl:hcm Sir John and Lady Huggeria, the University of Otago, their seats among the New Zealand, Howard University. Not far from them were Washington, the Universities of .ency the GovChicago. London, Durham, Harernor <>f Barbados and Lady yard. Cambridge, and Oxford. Savage Th.Acting Governor of After these followed a stately Mr P. M. Renison. was group of University officers of the •her with highest grades. Dr. Lilian Pen! Secretary of Jamaica ^^ Vice-Chancellor of the UnlFor TO-DAT Usually I.X.L. AUSTRALIAN RASPBERRY JAM, 24-OJ. tins HEINZ VEG. SALAD, large tin.. HKINZ VEG. SALAD, small tin Tins BROOKES APRICOTS, 30-oz. tin H 4 25 SI 4 Ol O.VVMIt S I Oll| N monies, academi in their time. Some Of UMBft, perhaps, went there expectu.; little more than the lad. and uninspiring platitudes wh.li often mark such occasions. But this Installation was something utt<'rl.v ttUfawnt fn-ni tj Cynicism was speti i defeated in the presence .! ritual which was a n was obvious that the distinguished met ituludi %  Hd Vice-Chancellors. sch-<' Mi W W. Reece. of lne university of Birmingham. and academic representative-; K t on behalf of the Barbadian came flrst; behind them walked from many parts of the WO :. Distinguished Mr p c j ameSi ihe Principal of Colonial Governors. Bishops ;in, ., fatf 7 tTwnt* Ps^hotogy, and Dr. J. H. Pmry, compared it with the pomp and pets announced the arrival of the Professor of History, escorted the glamour of the mass meetin E s Principal's Procession. The clouds next guest of honour-the Earl of j g 0vernrne nts on hunting and trapping jf ga*etv In th#' %  ''V gowns of the seventy undergraduand stimulating speeches %  colour adopted in honour II n u ri! % % % % %  .\lir.f the am lent Scottish University ll.H.ii. i rincess nun ,.,,..,. p, mc i pa [ Chancellor played so large u part in the It is no man Sannal comphfounding of om Unlvtratty Colriu-nt to say that Princess Alice lege. Watching thoas young men has won all hearts on this occaand women .idvancing with a dig— sion. It is usual of course, to nity which revealed their conf* 1 0 the ," ^fnrt i wr.t. ... flatU-ring terms of Roy*& p„de in the occasion, one lowed b> 1 n m ^The ally, and this is no doubt Oft 'ded of Sir James Bar^/,* ( .* a ,, h p P r 0r .s s io n done in a spirit of loyally at M much as of Sincerit) But i ,1 Addresses ever P^" 1 !*f"^JJ "^^„ C xbttary is necsssarj i h he delivered to ***Fl£i>WMW^S**' Process Alice. Th. ScfffitVSSIof pleasure and warm ; fl 22. "ght on vu irj," i t lhe which Her Royal H.,! '^nceHor According to the Royal shown in the fill : g*J£g* ,, gjlj charter of January 5th. 1949. He quite unmistakeable. and II Uu n calle. whil. %  v following words in %  qualified teachers, dilapidated schools, and assignment of tribes to unproductive lands. Many of the tribes complained that the government had failed to live up to longstanding treaties. The committee studied the representations and recommended the integration of the administration of Indian affairs under one minister. It also recommended civil service preference for Ihdians in their own administration and "immediate" establishment o! new hospitals and nursing stations in the north. On a controversial church-versus-slale education problem, the government officials offered a compromise. Under the present system, residential schools are administered by churches. The officials propod that the department eatabliah day schools on lands where residential schools now arc administered. The new schools would be run on a non-ajctarian basis by teachers who would be members of the Civil service. The schools would be similar to day schools m operated by the government on many of the Dominion's 2.300 reservations. The government has not yet indicated whether it is prepared to accept the suggestions of the officials—(CP.) \\ liai's onTodaj | Au.u' the island among At the Installation Her I Tutors of Highness wona white dress. ** over which was a black gossamar connisted in the robing of the Princess in the black and gold of her new position as ChaneeUoi if i, M placed the I flat soft hat on her head, ai justed it with in or three verj graceful movements, the •fleet being very digmfted and charming Anxious (....un-.. at the ^ There were manv nerl eyes searching the clouds rcstinu on the mountains, where John Mi i line. lumber ol < om saarea it '-'.a* p.m. Polke Band ( onrert, MrnUl HuHpiUl at 4.0* p.m. Muhllr t in.nu. SI. Mark's School faslure. St Philip at 7.3a p.m. I Alice, Princess of Grea* Countess of Athlone. that with the help of God ,1 0am f-iUil the duties Dor In accordance with tea of the I College of the West Indies, and will loyally uphold and maintain I gi and rights of the will endeavour to promote the great purposes for which it has been ad, the advancement f knowledge, the dWfusfon and ex•ension of arU, sen tin Pair i l.Vi;il\>IK.M H.XS t.OI NOW III III LORD SALISBURY, Conservative* Party leader in the House of Lords, said in a speech at Nottingham last night that in five years ul woikiiii;. through the United Nations, the British Government has got nowhere. He therefore found the Government's opposition to the Winston Churchill plan for a new approach to Russia rather shocking. Lord Salisbury said that he agreed with Mr. Attlee and Mr. Bevin that Britain must | ite lor peace through the United Nations and the Atlantic Pact. "But surely that does not nil* out the possibility ol other approaches with the ibJOCt,* 1 he said. Before the war—as Viscount Cranbourne —Lord Salisbury was Under Secretary to Mr. Anthony Eden, then Foreign Minister [ in the Chamberlain Government. He joined %  i wnen he resigned in 1938 as a protest against the Government's appeasement policy. To Tlir Keillor Tlir Adrocalr. ll-IIYuvv Offices in flitCivil t:tabliliiiict number ot peoulo who could datl pisWtd cither IB British Guiana „,„ holcK .....d or Jamaica, it would give good bj the legislature or are provi.lcj Junior .-.jtute. Wood "TOO had been elected as U" h0, c ,', s _, l "' n SIR,—Within the last few years u/hen the annual Estimates art Is a seed or ft uvc been several changes bclnt prepared a. they are at Bit abolition I tour ol dot KtM ' "'JIlS pretent th,:. I the Held or Wood was island. Among the office? addeo lm I^ggijultura tvlM OM JUO indisposed. Anyway it is ''• meet tor the specific purpose ol mitted that Bat I :ood enough I UMPIBI ( riikrl PrMfjatofaoiu work o( the government were that ma |,tng the neceMary adjust:: o( Financial Secretary and Aillltand Bdc u Uo n,. what then u tha Assistanl Col ant Secretary in the Colonial p urpote 0 f having a Financial financial '"'"• Sen.: __, The post ot Financial Secretary The other otllce created was that Sooi : i. Uland the sum of about of Assistant > hundred pounds a year. Colonial Secretary's office. Since | ,ong those who would like lh secondment ot Mr. Bishop to high I ,' : addition ha. the Control DeparUncnl II %  tha a.inot been tilled and now tha tUlltsI i.,n..n l mi. of It is bringing grave duaatlt...on that we tu faction In the i This is not go... 1 i Barbados in dealing One would have thought that TAXi vernment accounts. the creation of this office would for disbursement have meant the opportunity for Pridf t>j Ttu %  |.y the House of members of the service to get m unlew it into the administrative bracket II To rhr J Statute Alter !< not to. Itaral pasws Now that the Control Depart• Haaane : nt ha. been made part of the practice to the West Indie, team Let it not be imagined that the playing a. a team and give them | support of cricket i. merely in the a better chance in playing the first hands of those who had taken few matches on arrival in England, part in lhe direction ot the games. It would abw be interesting to w Something is due to the public tor how the second best team would rl without which there shape in these three matches and would be no cricket. Those who would certainly test their strength, want cocktail parties can hold I am sure with good weather the thern alter' Vul when it is someexpeiu*. could be met from the acting public will thn .ticket let gate money. Perhaps this suggestion is too late to arrange such tournament, anyhow I give It tire public enjo, nmiusiAST were made In I *?HJJMlfarl To the Editor. The Adiocate— for what it is worth t/i \ppret iiilitm "on To The Editor The Adoocalr, which Board of • %  serious consulSIR.—Like many of your read.:, ers I welcome the return of your lad and Barbados and the correspondent "Con" and hope to .f t)..' .Is of wisdom from "hi. bit. 1 :nt of money promC nl ha. been made part of tne •" %  ~" "" ~ ~ %  •"" fl" I hope that now he or h h< ..ed tc^,!,e coTumnTfew • the until isc of words a good grasp and apprccial pay bring use .. as art voted jervlce. The pitchforking ol >•. % %  be PLAIN MAN I WILKINSON & HAVNES CO.. LTD., Success, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: 4472, 4687, IF YOl T #. £ SPECIAL GRAVIES BROWNING FOR GRAVIES, an w a Bl'SHES ESSENCES per pit n DANISH LIVER PASTE, per U. J CO Mil VMM MILK SILO I i>.; I ..so. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. THE LATEST All* TO HK.lITi THE NU-LUSTRE PATENT For Use with LOTIONS and PEBFUMS SIMPLY DIP THE APPLICATOR IN YOU! FAVOURITE BRAND AND WATCH YOOE PERFUME AND LOTION LAST TWICE AS LONG. PRICED AT 27 CENTS EACH THE LATEST AID TO BEAUTY DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT YS!! WE OFFER A CHI* OF FOOD^VALUES!! MSSOM Jellies 5 laM* D e M ertPowdr' "1 Sago, Plun 0-^ Salad. Fish Cake) la •• j Dalton Ceraao ^ Pork 4 Beam 1 GOLD BR^] RU atfi Aged I PHONE GODDARDS HAMS 2 lb., 4 lb.. 7 lb., 10 lb. tins Leg Hams 4 or Whole Bologna Sausage Baby Foods (Strained) Anchor Dried Milk Anchor Evap. Milk Barley Sugar IS Barley Sugar in Bottles Potato Crisp. Chee^leu MEAT Depl. Chick ens. Turkeys, %  Tails, Tornues. Tripe --r Vnak VeceUblM IHih Larie Apples m



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„,,,Ni:SI)AV. FEBBIABY 22. 1950 fl'ork On Plaza Speeds Ahead Found Dead In His Room THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK HVi: OKK 0" a*" I ..ilher Plaza for tref Ltd; Design CHUtrurtion by c'larkp plarccl in a prominent PjSl. M, laM ana !•". %  ', JLUni along see it Uct of death bv natural man Jmjr yosti-rda* Inquiry nto lnc ^ Plara whirh is sit. -„ uw Empire Theatre, f !" ScK-Mi.ler was held by Mr %  apialy. A large sign t A. McLeod Coroner • %  ( "A". %  Stag-MObr was found dead ,„ M. no,, .„ h Hoiel on Feoruary 10 .... ^tor H. L. Massiah who the performed the peal mortem aid %  > SL !" morning of Feb. flrer< •"' nu5 >' >" ,cr 22*" Sargeant ."*S, a treneh for the >"> %  t Inn, || -' _n M.I> I .I | I ...,n wu a health' Liiuoo of a wall which will agest*" 1 .*" •—... ... ,—,—.. were l-irgcd. pale !" lf the length of Jordons ISeeg-Mill,., | man Both .lings congested and the liver Car fLAST of iho West Indies ?" %  intestines were normal and Mill, al Coleridge '" h,s f' n '*n Seeg-Mille, ,li,,l 1 ,ted to be complete r r,, 1 "' ,lr "' 1 ". lu f . iWilliam Robert Sargeont Manager of ihe Hastings i; -. . ,pokc '" S^H-al'llM about 7.30 p.m. on February 9. About 1.30 p m. on February 10 th hood waiter MM lo hi.n and told him that Mr Seeg-MiPer had not pome down for lunch ffcTuHs produced when j£ "^-."Pt C^MXlt tw*> weefce. rirtsit ,o ,he ml y esWrda y Liw thai live knitting VP oegun lo work, produced by these II be used to make nrw and many ment-s. g*ines jlflxnc MM Mt" vhich 1.500. needles. reply The Ccmnitttee held a meeting en Saturday the lllb Pi 1W0 when the following K able Members were present, namely: E. K. Waleott. £squit IheOoveri November 29th. 1944 lo the establishment of a Public Service Comm The Committee rinds it impossible finally to decide on the question of leave pas%  • the detailed iniorm.ii. %  %  : %  urstion is avtnlablc Which .mly %  uefa a Commission cai The OonsmittM ..lo ol the urn urn that in the (iirncully %  rating with respecl to me which was intended for had to be taken to urrounding ones. In a clean state. The offence was committed on December 9. 1 cr busily LB icpairmg U rpectad thai "ik within the FIRE AT CANEVALE %  nklrn. Mew York, who is an JJat'on ,h " T m P l ns Spring m % %  ". mterday that he came to dos to supervise the install4aa also service the macn^fte equipment in the pga is nearly all dye. The Salt Arrives From St. Kilts %  m\ bug} House Meets For 25 Minutes 2 MeasuresPassed: 6Postponed ) members of the Barbados Regitn.'iu whenever the Regiment is called out on service. The regulations do not applv to acres of tirst crop canes "is of Mill pi.'i-erty tU Cinevele rwitatlon, lit by lire. The eanc.-. %  bit not c.rass. %  Are is unknown %  the retention off of %  !' possible assistant-? bin werany Civil Servant or Teacher In-u n able to cxlingiush the blare. fore the setting up and functiomnn of the Commission that such matter be referred to the Honourable QO \it a I-. /. \|. k ,,||.^ ea^ffeaXUBs III O Mull III' 1..t M.ti'ti ri.ii ki1 %  id was titi.-.l I I %  or In default one month'' Minority Krpori I agree with paragru the Report of the Commit;.-.1 consider that in order to meet Ihe existing emergent The ol rine salt day passage as proposed should i-o* In granted to an Oftioer occupjrlnff V. an office, named in the Schedule, Officer or the Warrant Officer. The rates had been taken, so to speak, from the rales paid In Iho meeting t;f ibe Mouse ofcourse. it Is proposed, subject to Police Force. Dr. 1 'utn.mnv ily which m %  ..; a t U re. to Members of the Pollci Pbrea paid that is threatened with 1 v ZZ "dyeing." bleaching, squeezarnved here' IrSlssWdiw'ta 7hU "^ M '""" "' th '' xle,ul MWi l*Urim's scholarship for their rations, and so it was and whom it is difficult 1 H XsIS ZT J5 !" > f£252! tt y ,^I S?*^ "" r cord beKan ul Ior ni decided that in the case of the and to oOo n the irom 1^.15 p„, ( and TOded ut ,240. To p^. a c i aim arnount j n< t o Barbados Regiment. 60 cents a day Schedule, thai are \... gg" *. !" """' ** '" %  | l "V s S2 36 for damage to a mauby .ail would be taken from the rates extremely difficult to fill Pwo t of Passage • b) tUi Worship Mr I M olfeni %  araj IM>tS IT FVERY TIME Removes Chronic Pains, Hheumatlsm, etc.. and puts you on your feet again. pressing machines are 43-ton "Marca Henrietta Epjy in position. St. Kitts iHt Aron Karp. who is conBtrSSSH-y;— ^ "^t^rnn.nfthe.r.ns7l£ZStl Mr *^S^^", KOOds on the tther schmerJTrivlng with quite some tune. When the "mccti STtt S"hoS.**mi7llr J .Hm_> nv the Fire Hri.aHo .iS.J .. . ..f "f'.T • ,n M underway, luat „le more roem in the Seawrll W" %  ". • ifZ .., Pr V d 1 ei i^. Mar J K %  ; H M e 1Sc oU • ""•"'• When ,t ended there were Tertninal Building, for the In\\ iS expected to cease "Laudalpha and "E. M. Tan, 0U r. creased number of p.. ^e EJ ,e, garage and Foreman's r-:_K u. u.. ... Th ? ''"• •P"" !" P""* w M a using the bulklmt ,n,l ofM ...nuct have al' .j noun: k, pulling on Ihe nnishing posts, vaporising oil. ution i. to authorise tho The alterations in the main jutbM ' me yard. d leselinc. turpentine subsutute, suuulemcntarv uiovision as folterminal building required to inrhTi.E Intercolonial lubricating oil. colas, cylinders of lows:— crease the accommodation for pM$7,179.28 to the Barbados Can-engers are estimated to coat 1*80. nlng Co.. Ltd., as a refund of The sub-division of the North— ^ p AMman > D %' L ... 'he hrst measure passed was a using the building and ottlo? ac'u'tJS. IZZZEPJ Cargo brought by these vessel Resolution for SI 1.496 to supple.otnmodation and other facilities .11 been completed consisted of fresh fruit, coconuts. „„.,,t the estimate, of I itpendliur. tor th. stall of the Traits-Canada were busy yestercopra. peanuU charcoal, Orowood, (or hl ,.,„,.,.,„ „„.„„. ljl v ..„ r Tlu A. \Y U. Colonel Major Captain 1 Jeuten... 2 Lieutenant C.S.M. Colour Serjeant Serjeant l. Serjeant Corporal I. Corpoml Private -vires postponed $13.21 992 BJ8 ; n ] M 11 S.M %  t i a i jo i HI i.u the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Motor Cab Fares) Hegi. 1950. Mr F U Waleott give noUce ol a Resolution to %  porovt ulations entitlest Metal aod ratsad Cab Fares) Hcguliitions. 1950" made by the l>ireutoi of Highways and Transport on the Iflth day ol February. 1950. an ere, ' the Motor Vehicles Trail'.. PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES 8< Co.,Ltd-uw., .,* %  dSI i played at Kcnsinggas, oxygen gas, kegs of lime and K Monday. Wilbert Scantleempty barrels. ^. 4 of Kensington New These items were brought I-', %  was a watchman at 'ran the ports St. Lu i Ji'f toe gates, was wounded Vincent. Trinidad, DonHnli K a three-gill bottle on his St. Kitts. I Cl.tecK. He was taken to the Messrs H Jason Jones & Co.. ._ ,t uti\i*ni th.iima Avi'**to., are agents oi Ihe r.. M ui'Miinii > %  %  uv DIVIK •• %  *!Ktoi.l Tannis" The olher schooners are pose of manufaoturing fata, Also pawed without debate was the brewing of beer and lo Impose "hruary. 150. .„ii .h„ ad !" .... consigned to the Schooner OwnThe Barbados Scholarship a Resolution to approve the Regcertain duties thereon: secon' "r Cumrnlna ,35£tS o rs A5 PUTON BOND vsrx. SBS.T8S-T&.W gg -wy rx vs & B '^^; %  ffCSS O^SSK ^^^ r'rS-tmn to Mnca o, hen the man rushed Z^g^TA £ £ %%& ^onlnsaut fuier .hen he was about to appeared before His Wo,,h„, M, : ,„„,., ummln, ,1., tnovof the^BiTbado, Gas Co., Ltd. .aster Ihe man off the ground he E. A. Mcl^od yesterday. , ,„. n,,,,,,,,,,,,, The Report of the Soled c'nmf, .truck with a bottle, which He was found guillio making j !" g Slll ,,,.„ sh p „,„„ u ,, -,'„, „f d in embers that it •< to 1Uniillee which coimdered th. Leave fcjiliuder was carrying in his a diurln near B*ckles Road vllubta [or „,,„. om veaI ,, f „„. |nonsc ,,,,. p, vln of „„„{„ rates Passage. Order Resolution follows II O %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  I VaV.VaVaV amounts paid on machinery miWH wing of the restaurant and the Resolution to approve the Tramc Act 193, (l3.-lr,i ported for the canning of moiasses waiting room budding to provide Payment of Leave Passages Order, amended by sections 41 and 42 ol Sl.183.4e to the Modern Hot suitable offices will cost S59I). 1950; consideration of the Heport the Department of High-.. In respect of CmtoinJ Passing of the Resolution wa. of the Select Committee which Transport Act. IMS, and i Package Tax paid on moved by Mr. i. H. Aour installation aa ttaateilor of the I'niveraity (Drif of the Weal Indies. 1 uk MU to eonvey my beat s*aa to its members and in d aVose associated with lu I us very xlad lo be M•sruued W iih the College aa a. Visitor, and hope lhal it •*} ever pri.<.|M-r in it hint. Wow (or ihe advancement •> trur learnlna. iSfd.) l.l.DKI.I. K. %  pal, Dr. Taylor, then real of welcome to me La, %  awcu*.! m of the honour she ha T.WI.HB ifr'rom l*ate 4) terest in the fortunes nnd developIKI the i*in.>uraj,emenl ment of the West Indies nnd in the jjlamnd religion." welfare of their people (npplause). | H Pr-nupal iind the trainMy duties as your Chajicellor hanr •.'•! *. placed the great are certainly cnhance' " j Once MU trumpeU aoundad; f wn k ; ' n **aai *.. !" ,n,i, ^ tor v or ,ake Pleasure in Vlatttna. •OlBi lV i.,pany sal. whefe m can ^ SUfe of a %  the new Chancellor then read f nend v wo|conWi wl „ aIwajs ^ happy if kindly fortune bringb them to the West Indies. But 1 can assure you that for my part, wherever I am — here or in my home ui m any part of the world il will always be my constant pleasure to watch over your inlaraiti To-day's ceremony fttl) seal of recognition upon the new University College of the West Indies. It is indeed a memorable occasion not only for those men and women who have laboured so long and so devotedly to prepare for this day but especially for all those like myself, the staff and the students who are inheriting the responsibility for the conduct of this College upon whose foundation one day we may hope to raise our Uoivi Three great Universities from in a world th Pi tne university College, anu tne oll | country have been mainturbulent %  Maims own previous knowj v instrumental In the foundation i believe thai our Unlvi (olher interest in education 0 f this College. To use a biohave much ihe same sort of task as simple as they were logical analogy. St. Andrew's and l>etore them to-day Mm; %  Dr. Taylor exBirmingham have both acted as lights we cherish are threatened bis appreciation of UK tr 'he Wth while by obscurity. In the fog and darklOf those who had laboured London has been the parent withness which is a constant menace about the Universii/ out whom. I venture to say. all lo tin vorld, our Unimeniuminn sir Janus heroic errorui on Ihe perl ol tne of all jt. —^ ^ lf*Muilda t.iAsalyl naust hoasAna* AvtjJj it km *"iirelv i W1S4* another mane ui iim i'u" .xv... !" .. .. n..... .uw >.,. ...-,(, nuv %  ! waters ruawngnvtiJ ( ^ f9Ut -,, corrw to London hi W ndon < %  %  <-xaminato leave with you is that you are to the Princess, Iron, tjons, and I think we should be not. nor is any other Un.\ i by Sir Raymond proud that our first step* should isolated unit. You are part of a -from Malaya. Glasgow, be made under such august disystem, a great system, covering n's University Belfast, and rection. Hvernty of ihe Union of ^Africa by Mr. Springer. Now no one will dispute the fact that in the pursuit of trujh and in the guardianship of the wisdom of mankindI put tl •mong the icsponsibilities of a UiiivfiMty — integrity, perseverance, courage ami lineal are quallttea that are Lfaaolutely reani1.il Hut they are it HY THBC8BLVKS i those engagi task >f preserving and exknowledge to with-tand the aangeis and VKalaitudea by which they will be constantly assailed. They must be .ned and vitalised by I %  npe, Their work must be fortiQed by 'he warmth and i reUjjaen Science and phUcewphy things unless tl tain the ferment of religion. And we know as a matter of r that beyond the explorations of science and the speculations of philosophy, the human instinct still humbly gropes its way towards a God. As we look round i to-day, riven and twisted by disorders and jealousies, we cannot mc Throughout Europe. They fail to realise that much (if the VMM Mrongholds and treasure trouble is due to the Christian trahouses of knowledge and culture ditions of society — not only dues, his creative impulses and his tolerance of human frailties have been ruthlessly suppressed. It has indeed been truly said that wherever we find a false Idea about men, its origin lies in a false idea of God. 1 think il is a deplorable fact ihal the em rent of religious faith is far weaker to-day than It was in the last century with all its materialism. The following story <>i fjueen Victoria which has been handed down through the years .'learly represents the attitude of the men and women of her day Ihe Kin* of I'ruMUa once aaked her what reason *hr could civ* for the unprecedented -.uccew. and expansion i.f the BrilUh Kmpirr. She mo. cd to the table, picked up her Bible and <4.d. 'This.*' Ihe Blblr 1* -llll with u but do are >>til. read 11 as the linen! literature In the world? Ai the first twinge of pmn. na k rwo Kennies, one slier ihe .ulici YourialiVBcarrioihc IIM -Mm*. blend of antacid -ir. i:K l i stomach, nkaaq a qetckry corrected, and your p-.. There's no need iu let acidity make your life %  miwiv carry a few Renmei (each one it wrapped like %  NWCCI m mi pocket or handbog. Itt). help, it'i high umc foil saw row doctor. Get Keruncx at any cnemiM. 1,1 WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING AI.WAV.s USE DIGESTIF KENNIES Ml .spoov. MI a il VM inlolcuint .in. I , mentioning sir Ji on the part of the i.L,it ," /.,.'.'.. ; -i.-.5 ""%  I %  * Won into th An, isod Anally tli whom he n Sherl ck It is. too. I think, of good augthe whole civilised world, hallowed by the traditions of renturgotraflMd and inspire! bv !" by Mr. Springer. ha (rom Ine veI beginning „„,,,. „, purpos, which i. your ,,""",' ; "Ml """'' l ''' thi CoUtm %  "! >' %  %  •'""• commoB i.......,:. %  T...,t purpon "am Otago. by Professor .aocuted with Scolland and the ni .. ,,,, |, ,.„, „ cvcr l, from Durham whose an c>nt Universily of St. Andrew s. ^ | eM han h i rain i n 0 t ih, huwlth the West Indies Ever since the day's of John Knox. tt bo remembered In Scotland has set before itself a f by Professor I F S high ideal in educational matters ** ;;>ni McGill by Principal and to a greal extent has realised I like Ihe : Tht shepherd solemnly removed ^ Cljre College: an-i hl clp Vnd said: "Sir. in God. by the Earl ol nwn e. it pr'xluces educated men: %  •ifrom thesouin v.no. loos.iis "" • %  !" aim mean-: „:'„„„ expanse of bleak moor and bog. lorv and turned to a Highland shepherd bepjrtmcnt of learal ?" side him and said: "In Cods name. ,>,.,,. t„e search fo Lt l-^ll.. t ... _St IS^ .I.SA .. then adtircssid And so. although this Universi'v nd Li new, perhaps the newest m tin. world, the fact that it is so closel" associated with St. Andrew's %  ros to you must be means that it ran claim to spring ratitude for the from a tradition that goes bee. u r you have done me five centuries. I am sure you will ^^ %  ** * be your Chancelagree with me that none could fctZ-ff honour of which I am possibiv have a better foundation. %  %  '• for allhD "Kh there or at any rate be modelled on a Kftlr 1 '' Chancellors in the belter pattern than that of Scottish %  j^JJ"* *head. then? will. learning. ^Kt"*>s be a special kind If *c cast our minds back to B ^^Bv' n having beej your that early epoch, we realise that Ptikj~!ii 0r a nd the first wolearning was then a guarded flame %  ^2\ ^ of ir, y University, often burning low and fitfully; and m} amidst the gloom and confusion of hat the distinction so -he Middle Age. it was on zealous care ami faith "^mother. Quo. .# who formed the i look a special incommunities and houses the beat but that II Is unique. Il U not niouih lor ihem i hav the | rxpeel Ihr Horld U ^•kuoK ledge lhal ll Is the i. 1 international relations but also in art. culture and family life—having been .subletted lo a process of constant and increasing erosion. The cumulative effect of this process has been re And It Is in those vciy countries where a spiritual background has been crushed under a load of gross materialism that man's individuality, his respect for human • EVEKITE VSKKSTOS-CEMKNT COKRIJGATED SHEETS • Alka-Stli bring* quick rli*(. Th latg* tablat in %  glt.ii ol *atn doai %  (• work fast — plcatvant, iparkling too! Not a laaative laka it ANY tima. Alka-Seltzer Txa irnc s*i SMOKERS light it with a •LYTIC %  Bfan The Lighter that has no i One (1) BetUe ml I.u liter The Lighter that has no I spnngi. no flints, no wheels, | and gives a clean smoke, free, odourless and tasteless ) flame, and is wind-proof. To introduce these Lighters we are giving FRF.K nf charge uootfN. OGsaim UOKTII O"* <' I Bottle n< Lighter I Fluid with every Lighler purchased between now ai.d March 3. I50 I Al all Geed Drtu Sterrs — PRICE: 5/S..,<.r< _^ L _aU__Ovcasuns_ A VARIETY OF I KKC.LSON CARLOSPUN In Moral, doited and striped Also lingerie designs for nightiea elt. 36" wide per yd. $1.10 CAVE SHEPHERD & co LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Brod StfMl VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily! See how much quicker and smoother Vim cleans. Juat a ahake, a quick, eaay rub—and surfaces are bright and gleaming! For pota and pans, woodwork, tilea, lor all your cleaning, uae Vim for eaae and apeed t



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nil BARBADOS Wl liVKSDAV, FEBRtTJty ^ '"^NRY BY CAR!. ANnF"*-TO NfftS I MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY eovou -5 C =iVk u Hi U-AV si.. v.-VJ 3 i: B\;B=— *sl ASE £7 x 3 >OcO EVB3... Tulv 1 vou ^N T.IV.ICI =sj a__a TO k 3-V"k—i*T 9Z&*-"* N THE AT, \\N y \ fJV UA9 3\ BY CHIC YOUNG ./* £ THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER 3 vMfWtO ffWP n*a*ee. : %  % % % % %  The ItiiMIr ef llir Hnl Diiiiiimi ^^'' %  •-. OM uO*M ( -' s* WMrtPl • I 'MI6S WMI&PEO TO" ft ] y/ s( Cu wo >M y y/V *M*ti i MMC I -.-,'NG UP FATHER iir : r——' BY C! OK BY ALEX RAYMONO BY L.EE FALK ft RAY MOORES R CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £'s Corrosion costs IfOU £ f& tfcoi D O you know the amount v Corrugated |na imported mi tropical countries every v *r The figure is ?tonish"ntiv biah. ind after allowing for new Works ih* balance represents a heavy forfeit f lack of taking proper [/recajtions Protection is eaay with Anti-Corrosiec Paint for every INCH of metal. FhPROOENE is an ant i-corrosive paint designed for the tropicfc It clingr closcir t; '.'it" surface of metal-work, forming a .Mmp-pro.f. air-proof skin which preserves irslifeilmost indefinitely. In three Utncti*i Rei. Grev a-1 'rieen. s *^^r" DO YOU WAKE up-1 THE EARLY SJOWmi HOURS AND C BACK TO SLEB" YOUR r.T.RVES Jflist BE BAD: RECTOR'S V A Concentrated Phospheroui Prepu,*, lhat is a splendid on, tonic. Taken in drej^ it quickly tones up fc nerves and enahk* „ to get a trad nigkft rest. Try it and be a vincer". I'rir.' :;tlr. per i^ ON SALE AT All flood Druf SUM STOKES ft. BVkOt 111 For lovely hair use BRYLFOAM —THE cream SHAMPOO IN A TUBE See how Rrvlioam— ih$ eriam iK**p*>idOSf -OJUQg ul dull* grc**c and &C3p-vum from your hair, leaving n clean and r-.!iant. Restored are (he Uiuniul glinting highlight* of healthy hair, tilkeo toft and endunung. Uac Bo'lfoam mjishi-from-rhe-:ub*, nothing to mil or tpfil -quicker to applv and dry. Enough for thraa iOKDpoot in each tube. ELIN • Nothing to (at raarfy Hothinf to Bb Nottuaf b> %  *Qaick*rta>pr .y.ktart*T .,nicmi ihe C.IM* erwhk >out hod> v \-'.i >viii kivp M .uul siay rre*h m Aertex. ^Em *%  — -%  **-i rw -w-w > % %  % %  %  — —.•' ^ t N*^' t AorBOOKS OF GREAT INTEREST BOOKKR T. WASH UTTI I U odoa I %  .AITS m Williamson W A. worth \


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-D\v i LAKY a, taso CLASSIFIED ADS. -'" " THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE FOR RBXT HOUSE! JmTJS. TISLn BBS H us. ^^i i ""*' 1SISS-7. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER %  > HUiaip,. ^__^ :i X to—,t n IN MEMOR IAL .. _,.* _.TT < %  • • %  •" *•" "> *^;st mANcis own" gffii.!. i* *> * %  %  *•**: %  ft. ia*r M* tlwU %  ,d •****• g~— a* lav* wt called ,i 3£, ym, W. but J*#u. low vo-. pJ^B* I*** %  tofathtr —" fPTC M laiwmberccl by h*r loved ABn'M B BBBS 50—lr fc —tn* memory of out dear mother fiL-Tih*. :ifm X1M February 1044 TT^T.M **k lwww w-.-h.-d Jn Jfi da-d lamb U Utar* t,, TO flrMd* how — *fj^i, • I H-lfn I>t*l Mat Cr w,,h ut "**•'• >1I S0-3n k torn* r*rmor> f %  ***r belov*) *J .r %  fie* '' flaw -'"'" Ond <>f PiOruary !>• Ml Urn • pictur*. Lhan •il\ r nr no id darlinx mother will never BTOW old toiuw* Mmi I*.'** %  *•** ajoiano Y %  J.g.Wla FOR VAM IKTOMOTIVE 4t in par*ect condition MM" *a-**tl< r-*a*t %  Iff t 90—on CAS' %  afta. %  aw ajara 9mr* %  21 3 % %  %  Jn no -.o. *ND TRUCKS KlTJ n pr1**a" all In uar'.:.. ba %  1 Idwanh %  JB* NU *f > buch sir-n IS 1.50—In %  IUw. on* o( ih* bei EpHtk ApplyStrauehn w '•' -->' p*t a a SO—< fn AUt-B Barr 10 EhSlne PtBlth Mta-.-H !k'Cl %  Bat. pr -* %  nn A Hood buy S2 50—Sn ftrTWiCAi JVZjt *si:rss. n ~~ J1 ?' S *s •;. n-AT-At HiamKer*,toilet. Bath, alao Garue Phone Ma aj i sa-j., -OIANTJOBA ) n^. hl •"1.2^' n -a ba*wL IS aPaC i loomtmry, at Thomaa a j „i, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER \JS?—"" *? k !" iwii TabhM >]i n PSSF SHE %  • S *s -_. Vanity Table wHh Tl rr^zs^ s^ !" *K,,ph ^' m*-ii-. Ripf?"* •!•. %  *.. <*rp*"!rrV ^. fs;ss % %  -*'" -"m """"W 1130 o'clock Arm. M BRANKEK TOOTMAN A CO Auct H iiii i ip i l so-m LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE T tm — pUeMo* at Mmiranl Itou" _=•• SM SI Mo. far p"•.—on - *IM. M 1-.U-C. M N n j-T*H %  pclir.Uon arr R la I -. on al ll o'clork %  HJBB Dm -C %  _t 90—In GlandjMadcYwna -Vigour Renewed Without Operation If you feel Nd before yow tiro, or mfTe Crom nerr* aln and rhynkal waakaaaa, >ou will And new happlnoai and bealih ta aa An%erlcan medical discovery which ratareo youthful irour and 1UMty quiche* thaa ajaad oaaratlona. It It a almaat kaaat treatment in'tableVform", dl a covarad by a -—aa Donor Abaolutelyli SHIPPING NOTICES IN PUT 9rn Adatina. 9oh r-ordotn riaary. vn :avhin\r S sen Won Balla Wolle. Sab Q-Ortafc 3v. Alexan*lna R Vboht Laander. **. Haaaaata, **• Worfltorful cvuaaaUM-. arh nt., Wontia. Sth Hunna D H V TO *0*r_ M V Oa n rw oo d. S S 9unra>. • S Thtraar AlUVAId arnoonar Marea Hanrlana, 41 tot*, n-t. Caaw a, lby> Bpom rjgMnic. Aarvnt. %  r hoo n wr Ownattv Aaaaclation awtaanar HaaM Srott. sa tana not. r~' < Mae*, irom Vincent u -a I Adwno Srhoonar OwnarV AMKCU la Carlisle ROT : -I *noon#r United Pllayim S not. Cpt aa*wart. rrnen %  Aawnd Mnma Owrawa' AaaocLMtx % %  %  a ua iai K M Taamia, *3 rapt Tannla. from TrUUdad Vinccni: A|WU H Jaaon Jonaa K C Ud. ff %  Da l iiaaiL I Ml taxna not, capt Jonaa, from KIM Oulana. AfHit. I>a CtaMa a O* Ud aio n ai I %  iida lp aa. 40 |ena net. Can *>unaba\ from Si laacu "iffji %  •'m.-we tfwnen' Ataxiatkm Ahnoner Prmidonce Marti. ton* "el Can* Oliviawrr. from Trinidad. Aac-i LucU. 91 "v"iTcerT GranadT Aruba. aallinc TUeoday ll.t IXvTh* •rho.-nar ADAIJV acc*M Canm ,.nd P a — n fra foi Si I-ucla. aaiUn* Mandny BMh February %  W I STHOOKBR OWHntS' ASSOCIATION (HtCi Conin** T*l No MT. n *cheonm Owner*' An IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION C*#W and Wirelaaa Weal Indie. Lll advia* that th*> can now communict.1lh ihe followlnjT (nip. thro>upi than Barbadof Oaaat Station — S Imperial Quabar. A 9 Golfl" .99 A Pai Oam. B %  Alcoa Praa-ui I 9 ItalU. 9 9 l-ib N.M^-. 9. Pioneer Wave. S I erilla. 9 9 Mauronlaa Monaoa, 9 %  Alcoa Caval-M. •rful invlaourator haown acta directly oa roar fa_ ^ rttaJ ortua. bailda *ew. par* btaad. %  wrtfcn BO fa.t that you caa aa* and feel n bady powar aad rl**ar m H to tl **v KI "' '^f PIRI.M' Mini i\ "A\: BBBW la—oic wAS'tiNfi ICAI pa Canadian. 1190 00 canft. Courtrav Oaaat DUU rtlfl It 3 90 3i> BaYTDICAl. C. E C Elertrlc Oven atHaPIa" M n \ : %  • "-. R—< MR teac-.. Hai inf.Telephone 4157 II ISO—In anuc'-""l fin) Pi Apply G %  two-year-old For further parl H.i ford. Nor31.3.50—an '•""-fV** Flannel p*nu complete —"n naatleB.lt only aj H Stan%  • %  *. Lmaa Btteat n j JO—4n ,** Nn Al th* Ma.tair Gift AtUiuc Club Pir day ; onn ** art Cormuitinri Atainpt. Old U S A Hump*, cult a 90]2n I MACK INK. Barrrtt r-leclrif Taaa* T Cnddea (. Under 1 yean old ffjno of Dul 4t;t A Barnea Co It 1 90—t.f.n ^TCIM CARKICB CYCLHH-Al— % %  l) Oen'i and l*idi.Son-" An'" PtOt TrafalftuSt DUt MM. T ISO—t.f •VRLANEOUS *n-A.-id Khtctrollt* Apply TP* Co.. Traialfar SUarl Dial It 3 90tin .J^TBUEB ft .j vo „ |i A joaly the Lain* Star Oaraaje. apalfht-tottn 111 N ^AllTEBEB HKM* 1.., Jamae ft SpMthtato' s, j?"*'*BI SYPHON*, - a!?S ,? hola •' • 00 each Alao ^ajsxwjtrs. 0 ——• It 3 50 n ft*. r w i£its ,.„_, ,,...,„, .,. l-laar rlL** Do "' Uid '' *"' %  baiL '"' ^ U 10 I 90—n fccS? "-" %  Arrow BraTil a^-'^' 0 "W Cation oi M Bot* % % %  % %  Aaanchf* Ltd Bay 91 It 1.90-in J^V* liar v.. ." > Dr>. BribjiZ, "' m-wtoi* Milk Alao !• % %  ^" d < *" 1 c ** F"r W"" %  a at Baabado. Acancioi %  *?_* laaso-on ^— S^T ^ a u f•' MB %  "**•* %  Aa*nc,c. Ud Bay II 3 90n. j=^ rreana. • Hd Glo*^ In irr^Craam. Buff. Apple and * %  am-nal Red i„ Gallon • Pat Qallnn Can BarbaI 111 W An -£** Heavy Our blc MTd wo,., al tiff a, Aaanciaa Ltd Bay St It 1 90—n It, .. *JN Hooluwi in i Gallon F WJ^? j"0r OB* m I pc. w **" ntffBktaaj Ud Baa S' it a 90n FST^ r YounTU Volt, (or alaaJ^ 4 ? nw * •' reaaonabl. a AlanclM Ltd Bay 91 '0 ?,90„ "rr Itoiacoi." m %  nples Go billed in 3 Days iH ,£25 • %  •" v named by oblaintraf order* for private Chrlatma* Card* from *our frtand* No pr*vloua exn-rlenc> JJ-XWrll. today ,„ bMuuh,, „„ ^mpl,. Booh to Britain. Ur-aat and PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE 'Th* Provoat Marahal'i A*l Iffna .a? .T 1 ^*! "'L 7 1 ^r or "h "* %  . at th* hour of i ofebv* in the. ^^S^h,, 0 n!L b tJ D d '^'" Br lo S* %  **t IMddrr for any lum not undar •'* appraiaad value "^ .A KJ^-L C ^ UI "••*• of "--"d containIn Pariah of Saini Ptullp, buitliuj aw: b-nnidlrm on Land. „* lh eata.e of 4 CliaihMMr. on land, of Malvin Allryne -iid* of (he e.tte of O. Saraaani 'dfe'd'. and on a road cltht fen w i Ie-dlnaT to the public rwad at Well Ho, v tSSSZft** 0,d " " *>S"" ^'' PWTI' -i*i--d toPtyr CTVTS tI Soil..I^.i*.|^Vil (J nou-ARs AND rim(TNVMachad from Jama. Theophilua idarahal fn, and towardaatlUactlon. ftr N B -tA Dapoat to be paid ia. fl.v ... | aat V H B. ROCHEFOHD. __ A.iar Protvat Harahal I'mvoit Manhal'a Office Fmb 14, ivso 1-a „_.,, V.mCE 13 HBREBY .ilvrN If •jranandar O S. DUton. O B E ha 3 u f!i-J rom •"* nrm * I>'XON %  tLAjJON wh affeci fnan Hie ltli 1 eriruary. 1M0 f| -' •—arl tt^rUna .3 aft Ona >i. iron IWdMrad. Three 1> SordK 'Jju.lene Drum 1 and m>m| othrr Itema of Lnlor*.! Term, rtrtctlv ,.* I>ARCY A SCOTT %  rer. 33 3.50—3n fOO*fpt caJbtd vT^Tabtl Ui *wraatoao r it n*a bean taatad and proved by Tn~r 1 in America, and la now avft*aha al all -hemlata here Oa| Vl-Taba fro** yaur -hemlat today. Put It to th* (eat Saa th* Ma improvement in 34 haura. Tah* th* lull bottle, ahirh laata **|M amya, uadar i a. poatUr* ruarant** that It taaat aatka yoa full of vltour. aaarry and niaJHy. %  ad r.| it ta It yaaaa y*aBa:*r or rl-TBlt-, "^i. iiL2"?'^2i_* s ??•*• *** "" %  K" n s v "> oa. s a %  . .. mmwrAo 9 • Jl^U POU.U. S I ADVERTISE IN THE ^ I ADVOCATE AND WATCH RESULTS. HARR ISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Portvictor. • & 9 9 land* Canada. BBS. Roea, fi b "if"' 9S Carina S S Nleua Ami,' %  ciitrie s S Melme SI 0 G Thuliii ^KxxjjLHalix 'lec M Maaaaun* '— J^eaany paatl ihc Wh >Vbruary a nirripeaiiion one |>n>peri> a houw h,rh la in nod .. n* opon a a j a aidali "riom. ij' ixvtroon. % %  front win. ..^Il T !" "'"' d ' l m,% current tca>*the> It oan be %  D^ARC^' A TOTT. Auciio.;eeT ft RcaJ Ertale Acer*.. ?2 .• to in REAL ESTATr" %  %  "ill be rrcctved by th. %  lie,: %  .1 E jam I 10 2 50—7n NOTICE SEAIaU) TENDERS in duplirata rnarhe-l on lb* envelopeTEN]inn rxm will b* lecaivod by the Clark oi lhV carry up to 13 o'clock noon on Monda the *ui day of March, ItM. for Hi led nr* free from Tubarniloaii Forma of tender* can he obtained .-d the ChurcftwarderT*Otnc* By Ordar. B C RCDMAN. Clerk, St. Mlchael'i Ve.irv 'If'tt' 3*190-71! ri ns\ ti TIIK BJIIBUI an hvrcb% ararnad tali .. %  ii-NDS '-iec Brathwailei aa I do not rn.ld "L.'->rli reaporuibl* for bl I naa conlractlnl any debt or debt* in my n*rn* unlcaa by a at mm order ..rod by me ALXXANDEK II IN Pel Powder Hoad. St. Michael n 3 soan WAa^TED HEU EXPERIXNCU} OVaWaaaVK apply t :-naar, Sandy Lane Factory. M Jame* MISCELLANEOUS WQD HOME for w*ll-tr*ln*d houa* Do. alao Oat, .female* Apr P-Ini Baach, lUatingi TWephonc H*; 31 I W F-NGLJ.8H WOMAN a**k funilahci %  ajM with Born* cooklnf facilUca N civic* needed Moderat* rent rli< liBardon. Poata Reilante. Brldfe ^lr-Con/J. -'srrLLAitous BUM ~ "Bond* StatklaIn Pk*t Bottlei at Ota. each Bartiiniii Aanc*" 1 ,d ** 9t .. a aa_* WoHhl"* %  fom t.oWi aq ft in 12.100 "uid recent I v built, nrid - I r*h wt fn r -rl*M occupied bv The rVi-nn H*v Rum .ndlng on 1.51* aquare fee lanJ The dwelling lni'.ihe** -—rni in Ihe 'on it* for bualnaea. lh* particular* apply ta tha Th* .hov* win he net up for sal* by %  i>< %  CABnlNC.TON 1, SEA1.Y Solicitor14 3 50 iOn HOCSI: M.-l %  h *M aa ft. Fruit %  ,.v. VaaMaMi %  Pig*. < %  54 C Co PROPBBTIV k Rock 'It Small mum-in each having gOOO *q i fl of land and a good Hou*rlce taOOO each Another Bton* wall Bui lahn* %  •' T" Village 9t Jamaa tardinar %  -. '. In an acre ot land. Houe* hat open >n..i.dah %  -Mo .J. bedmomi 1 r.a-h with .' % %  •.*. bath I Pricea vmy altractlva For all P*rO-1 LAND in 3 'ota it acre*'. .3 rd* 4 per — r Latn' Plantation, St [ Mhrha*l.*Tha iwo latter on front roa -)%  !. %  % %  %  dm %  ,!'.•.re .iva.li.hle rranonabl* niter acrepled Apply to | H |t.,. ta ,.... Bnltona Hll Of ,1-..'. UM 33 3 50—in WORTH) %  f>>lour-cr*te ftoorB. ... MTMettandB Ui two %  aia Balwnlti ,-. lining* Ihmita room and Ultra Modem i -trie light fitting* through | Two tag aj entirely ,-l.we.l Pa:. %  KB. BW M J la nrt.ifiiiT Ih-tr-ct C Police St.iti.ML *lrm within *%  • r* %  %  %  nctt. Beirut offer.i fo' %  '-.r the MH;I of £3.300 4ortga*e for half the .-mount AjW 1 %  IdB MARnrri'v. "t -n fi . %  Timber, having line floor-, on a etnn mndatton •ning room i Tw.i-Car %  %  *-'h ApplvRalph A Be-ird. Hardood Alley Phon* 4*t3 VI 9" In __ rul-Vu* at 110.9 ... n nd Filma .1 B c each Barbado* TOVMaV Amwrlcen. aJ*o far* clotha Broad Btratt tCarnar McOragor *£%^ CHILD'S DBOP-SIDE COT and aaatreai fM 0t Apply Mr* Head. Palm Searh. Haatlna.. T%*aphone "' ^ ANTIQUBt— of **wy da*.-rir.u^. Qlaav China, old Jawala. On* "*•*. Wataraokwari Early book*. Uap*. Autognapha. ate al O u rr tn gaa Antique Bbap, adiotning Ba**J Yacht Club 1 * t n EXPANDED 1 Uioh ft I r, fba ^,Xa. 41CO •rark, railing* '•' Cofcrrid. Bl 3 SO—Sc How to Banish U_i TW ^~u b, .—"i •> * w>ni~ !*-> %  '•* %  " "" uU Up *. % "<• -^ w~ *• — %  % %  SaMMrW. SoaacWaar k_ a> ulw. ItaM • KWi rw a, %  aai *• U>II "• *" %  ••" %  . Y.ilj~ r .-' H ** ataTeialffEaaTB i^TUak^Upav • ai SMXIALISI IS llll.ll (.KMH IR.illKlV Mlll> ML m.\o\ . Fttrmrrl. HI VOX A III. \IM\ HAL UTATK AGENT AlCTIOM U 1<>K IMPORTANT NOTICE A representative of our Firm will be leaving for ind on the 28th lary and will be contacting several of the leading Real Estate Agencies in London. We feel that this is a unique opportunity for property owners here to negotiate in the English market for the sale, lease or rental of their local properties. Those wish1 lake advantage of our services on the customary commission basis. are asked to send us full particulars and prices of their properties not later than 27th February. BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AGENCY HASTINGS MOTEL, Phone 2336 ABUUVAU By B W I A i FVtan Trlnadad: Kale Matte k. Ka> Mat toe kt, Slanlev Mattock*. Martin t.Udv* Shirlev. Mary RLI Buaaeii. Johnnie Ruaaell From AnugBia limn B-.i' I Ifcerbe.. Barbara Baleatar From Jamaaoa: Mr Oranllev Adam* OP. Mr. Waiter Keece KC 111. •Ixcailency AWL 9avaga>. and Mr. S-rvag*. Dalermple Oabb. Hebecca Reecc. i-idy MonrnerTe. Mr O Johnson From Grenada: Olive Tulman. Elai.> i r.ator. Lucy Melcrier. Margaret Rtchard. Katheln* Bagteraby. Dan Lyon* IIEPAHTUBKO MT B W.I A I. >-or Tnnldad: M>. Clam-nt Chaddcrton NW Algernon Franpton. Mr Jc*.-pi -ra^alfray Ml** V*rna Read, Mr Partm aon BVTVOC. Mr Cecil Bury. Mr* Joaephlne Scon'.lcbur.'. Mia* laaiene It"". Mr> Ada Oeborne. Mr Roy Olbin, Mr Mom* Weiler, Mr John •.ham. Sat Newnham Wuriay. Mia G Iterean. Mr Q Ueramn. Mr* Bv*l>n Sampaon. Mstr Stephen 9arnpaon. Mi'r Michael SanMMJan. Mr O Kjugnt Mi Aarar* Loula, Mr Edgar Maradrn. Mi.a Wrndy OafTnay. Mr. Mary Uafln*>. M14 Mttholl Qaa m ay, Mr R, .*.. %  %  %*._: Mia Mary Hurah. Ml** ICathanne Mm tan. Mr. Thornaa Mfwaan, M Ball. Mr %  att l aabaU. BnlL Sir Allan Coltvmore K T Mr Qranite. Adam* M %  I' Mr llutt Mr* Ituit Mr Hnirv lord. Rev rredactck Mallalieu. For Rrltbrh Oulana: Bar. .Warren uunr 9tead Mr John Stead. Mr fecil Jordan. Mr iha-ae Crdelena Crean. Mr John Tt.ei-t.iv Kannw.v Mr Gordon Gunn. Mr llegu >-.. Stone, Mr* Boa* Bton*, Mia* LaueBl Stone. Mre EWelyn •Hone. Matr Ravm.a*d Stone. Mua (tml Stone. Mr t^uarle* O'Dnnncll Mr Colin 0"TJonn*ll Hi John ramandt*. RCA Billea S.S. "CUSTODIAN" S.S. TACTICIAN" S.S. "LLOiTX*REST London %  I-ondon 7th Feb. 27th Feb. 17th Feb 4th Mar. 25th Feb. 13th Mar. nOMEYYARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM. V**Bai, Far CVBBM ta Barbtuld* SS. "SPECIALIST" .. Uvvrfjool ^7th Feb. Fr fmrUtrr Infornutlon apply *• DA COSTA ft CO.. LTL -Agent*. Canadian National Steamships Mil rtinoi Ml LADY RODNEY : A1YI \ri.N. (| CANADIAN CHALLEHOBH IADY RODNEY I-ADY Ml 1_\HY UillNIV IAI1Y NEl.StlN LADY RODNEY *] ioi' UM r.*-.' \i... l*h Apr 3rd June Jrd . BM htar %  ITt %  M H 9th Apr Iltl, aTBi Din May .Strange Rod Cloud 10 Miles Long ION. F*b. 21. Reports u( %  "stninge red cloud about 10 D lie TurcoRusslan frontier last night, probably evidenciiit! Russian iiidio— avtivity expei imenls. were discounted here to-day. People were merely teeing a good example of the Aurora BorealU; a spokesman of the Ro>al Observatory at Greenish told Rcutrr. "There Wftf quite a strong Aurora Dorealls last night. It was clearly observed in various parts of Britain, and would certainly be seen much in such areas at the Turco-Russian border," he said.—Renter. MtRIUVMtl'Nn llarr-.d— ilail'ado, lb LENINGRAD PICTURE: STOCKHOLM SOUND LONDON, Feb. 21. British televiewers last night found their sets were nicking up pictures from U-mngrad and sound from Stockholm. F.xperts blame sunspots. The Leningrad transmitter operate* on the same wavelength as Ixindon. The lm%  get, teen in Reading;, were reported to l>e weak. Renter IADV Bl H I-ADY m tADY lUtONEY I-VHY NFjgtON IAUY ItOONEY I-IDV \ri.SnN 1ADY RODNEY 4th Mar Hit Mar lllh Ai* n \i.. — ana Mar let Apr Ind ABBB < • Min Apr arm Apr. •lh U^ tth May iTih May tth June 10th J., itih June %  : %  •-. ...... 31th .'., Bttt Jvdl Uh Aug -Wth Aug lHh All| GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agents. Holy Year Pilgrim** Visit Gallileo HAIFA. Feb. 21 Seventy pilgrims, led by the Peruvian and Bolivian Ministers to the VaUcan. niauaturated the Holy Year pU^rtrrtage to the Holy Land when they visited Gallilee. Tiberias and HaUa yesterday. They will visit Jerusalem to-day and' will tour both the old and pew citiea. -Retiler iri AN (Utnfvuu ptoDucr — %  %  %  "" %  aWMmM BARBADOS TURF CLLB RACES SATLRUAY 1TH MARCH, 1950 THURSDAY 9TH MARCH, 1950 SATURDAY HIM MARCH, I'.'.Mi TWENTY THREE EVENTS IN ALL Eight Events First and Stiond bays— Seven Events Third Day FIRST RACE EACH DAY 1.00 P.M. The 2/SWEEPSTAKE will be officially closed on MIRSDAY 2nd MARCH, 1950. at 3.00 p.m. and drawn D FRIDAY 10th MARCH. 1950. at the GRAND STAND at 4.00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from REGISTERED SELLERS up to 4.00 p.m. on FRIDAY 10th MARCH, 1950. The Plan for admission to the GRAND STAND will be opened, u follow* :— To SUBSCRIBERS on THURSDAY 23rd FEBRUARY, 1950. _^. To THE GENERAL PUBLIC on MONDAY 27th FEBRUARY. 1950, between the hours of 8.15 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. daily. All Bookings must be paid for by FRIDAY 3rd MARCH 1950, by 3.00 p.m. si IISCRIBERS: Free Admission and Three (3) Ladies or Juniors tickets at S2.16 each. i • IB ERAL PUBLIC : Ladies per Day $1.20 Gents per Day $1.02 Paddock per Dy $1.20 Ladies Season $3.00 Gents Season $5.00 HELD STAND: Per Person per Dy I Each N.B. No Passes for re-admittance will be given. All Bookings close at the Office at 3.BB p.m. oa FRIDAY 3rd MARCH, IBM. POSITIVELY NO BOOKINGS BY TELEPHONE WILL BE ACCEPTED A Few More .... i .union In lli|il;i[i'N with aV> I BOBJNi; iiriiNERS — aI URUX HCHNrat A. CAN UHEBN ENAMCL MM-i h> not nan BD4 M lnafn lta> sure' II VIEW GUEST HOUSE HssUiurt. lUrbsdo. Hlsh Clua Cuhlnr. ComforUble Beds, roily Storked Bar BATES: M.* t~, dsr u. In. In.I,, Apply : MANAGE*. UK. 1.I.I 1 :.. IK.\.\S.\II AMIOI K FRENCH UNI S.lllni i„ Trinidad %  AS, 00M1 "GASCOONC" XISR" 'aascouNE" April 18th May 9th May 24th Salllni ta rg—a MaJrch Usl April 4lh %  May 13th May Jt>t For further particulars apply to: — R. M. ^ONES & CO, LTD.-Agents .lllioiiiiri'iiii'iil C. F. HARRISON'S WOOD-WORKINCi DEPARTMENT will now undertake Cutting, Slabbing, Thicknt'sj.in>;, PIADI I NlttMMtaV specilications. For information and quotations apply to the Manager, Mr. IfiaTHll (toL 41tT) Hours U u.m. to 4 p in (t'Mtp: 11 .1 m. lu 11! noon) I Oil SAUL "CARLDIEM,"-St. Lawrence •TABLDIEM". tL I.:iwi.-n.v Fully furnished, l.lnrn und Cutlery etc. rour lledrooius. Situated on th.B Ilca.h where there it excellent sea bathmif. This house can he purchased al a price to Eive the buyer a good Investment on the purchase price, and it has posaibilit nent. For particulars. Dial Miss K llt'NTE, Telephone 0357. %  -V-W.-.-.V.UHII 19.2 5 • G. A LEWIS, SacreUry. The -10" Ahead of Us Class PREFECT A New shipment of these Cars has just been received. Phone us for a demonstration. Charles McEnearney & Co. Ltd.



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H %  il % %  r il 11 FrbruarT 22 1950. Barons ^iuncate Prirf: IVL I E.\TS 1 ia r . 3. B.G. DRAW 2ND TEST BY SLIM MARGIN World Sugar Talk Postponed: No Facts (Fnii" Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. Pi h I iTIlEMKWixi:.., :„:.,„,„ | t Sus..r lomicil. irnwl („ r oral ... ,. peed. '" lo h • | -roof il %  III u r %  nielli with I III' Wen ,. : %  :.. n *•> %  her n iremani. ,,n the mt.m.i,,,,,.,! ri, u> „il| unknown. feiiipurarllji ihon |he nihcominllll MM—on whicli in begin discu &f A well-informed inn. n H I £2 i W'll I i ug,r "V*" here told m e t 0 -da\ B.vt JJ5.A. W ill A :^ d ,h f i •" a i.w i Turned down the Food Ministry offer UM l:„ f^ K'l" d ""I """""•' Si g*> lla %  %  "uligaiion in buy lom '''" I on the baals „r ,he offer made m other likely lo regard the West Indian rejection a lering Ihe Follow Ruling Of Sugar Talks GRENADA. Feb. 21. I Whfthcr Great Britain Bran's sfcaf ai -i result of the talks [jprninr here mi Thursda Eg or r.ot, the people B could not care lea KM flu since Sunday when tho |*Skiu r : M-" %  %  sting itf carnival for the peoIplaof Si George's, and the Mtbe "Santa Marl | dail#improvised cabarets. Half an hour Jifter Bustamante* ajtni i' lampadou %  Il came to sell him a Hal he was sinking .1 lar by m> [WMrint u' "oH net ion '' ultimate*" ihl %  hould h< ne•M OaMa) B.H. May Take Grievances Before UJ\. 20.000 Metal Workers Idle IN PARIS PARIS. Fob 21 About 10.00(1 adj stopped work this morning baft n the Paris metal indus,_ 1 Spanish Mmis| il 11. A Cuke %  p Si mm delc| a the %  ..-:. to attend, when I opens %  n Thursday In the 100 lliurtrt:. 1 Ugtsi P-OeorKr%  ( •. 1 ach..ni %  %  fcvary. Spi akei De ^ %  Mad's Legislative AssemU. brn,.!..i -,-. K:'l %  a* Le.itii it pjjto impressnui.about words: ^^Hostible U. pieu 1 as ot •'.. I a certain .' \V l.S.A ItoUow whatever ruling gov^ %  IBn % %  I M>IBI be unaniniuus. —B> t Italian Chief Sr> Brazil's Minister L^ ROM! Feb. 21. i"') AmbassaDon Caj u presented to-day %  or was reft "New dispatch stated toMexico Citv York Timei THis assailant, a Cuban riUaaaj, Oabriel Fleita-. who fought with the Republican army during th*. Spanish Civil War. was aid to have ucki; Motive*, tin.dlsoatcb added. Gullostra had I nj Bpsuo "i %  .;. Renter U.K. Will Spit "Sociadist Tntoh" From Us Mouth Sftyfl Chiinliill Mi Winston Churchill said 11 |, n ir ,. "I look forward to Thu: %  -laihand indiKnfaiion and contemi nation wUl -gpit the umuth rOravar." in 1.1 aaaaMtuatica Woodford. Ewx—Brit... I than ti< %  :hat apart fl %  %  %  %  Churchill was appaii lernng lo %  induigin,' responsible vnl. England could render to i;t r leu 1. %  eiU AttWe'a MMunuirMiM „. state 1 ( insolvents —R-litri Tories Move No ('Onfidenre Vote IN CANADA OTTAWA. Feb 21. %  an Uberal til is entangle, t 111 > sHrm which has blown up part I v DVei anU-apy measures. uemer George Drew, who elaims that %  oqage and oth. Ities "i Ci.inmunists in Canada" are inadequate, rus moved a motion of no confidence in the Government. The Government woul 1 resign if the m..ti ad !>rew also said the Government had not taken adequate meai 1 markets for Canada's SUT| to ot ..1 with increased lent Krn.er LBS* it a Itt, I %  to' it would mink I pa !> %  —Reuur. 6 FARMERS IMPRISONED PRAGUE, Feb. 21. of land, were sen. 1 months' %  i..ed of having et full "quota of %  I for not planting acreage, decided by rhetf land seated, and I 1 ights of citizenship. Vdums Leaves For Grenudu Mi Giantiey Adams, M.C.P.. left the island vesterda> by B W I A foi (Jrenada via Trlnidad Mr Adams has gone to take be Sugar Confi P H S|>anish Officers Visit U. S. Buns WIKSI1ADEN. Feb 21. Kith: Bpanieh army and au> 1 live day tour of American army and airforcc bases in European command to study weapons and training methods, inspected the First Infantr) JJ11ision at Bad Toeut, Southern Bavaria, today. The S(. u .a their own PI iiuaat, arnvi d In WlaabeDd l iK-'iit the day talking with An l Hrioelberg. They will also visit aircraft battalion l(orc returmng. —Eeuter. Intlom-situis Going To MoHcmc DJAKARTA, Feb. 21 Indonesia has informed Russia it is sending a delegation to MOSCOW to open diplomatic relation*. %  inounced here todav Mohamed Hatta, Pn Foreign Minister, recently reI wet Foreign Minister Vyablnah 1 Uva to us or are shall send ours to you. We asnwon our part in either way.*' Russia n the United Btatos of It January 2S. neuter Pope's Present Stolen MUNICH. Feb 21 Two boxes of ctunawart ordered by former Na*l Fon ister J. Von Ribbentrop as a present for the Pope in 1944 have been stolen, police here reported to-day. The two table at more than 10.000 marks each were stored at a China factory after the swift advance of allied troops nrai 1 tj of the present. Each 306 pieces —Heater. Lawyers, Doctors Mwl Strike Too PARIS, Feb 21. mlc front, u hich .sent 10,000,000 middle for tomorrow la put up the shutters for four hourstop conducting cases for an hour, and docttn ,-ultations for an hour in an effort to secure I icform the nationalised Industries I CHURCHILL%PAlNTlNGS ON CHRISTMAS CARDS TOMC, Feb II, Winston Churchill's painting* %  ang to appear on An Christmas cards next December. ..-rbado. Test. Th* Hallmark Greeting any said on Monday ; arranged to use 18 Hallmark executive.-Xft d it has Dunish Metal Workers Will Strjke COPENHAGEN, Feb. 21. Danish Metal Workers todaN handed in final Stak e which may tiiwi.. over half a rnassstt eighth of Denmark's pi % %  Th.' aaBttaJ I fnwtUatlon Board have so far been able In Bfing about agreement .mly on minor points. Kruler Ten Questions ASMARA. The Unit Coiiunis MOD enquiring into the futuie ul Britrea is putting 10 question* on matters ranging from territory to the BriUsh AdminlfctratKMl. The Commission, composed of representative! of Norway. Pakiitan, South Africa, Guatemala and Burma, decided yea meet in publu dealing with certain points. The Commission, which wa appointed by the United Nations last November, Is to make proposals for the dupo*-. Red Sea former Itafliai. Eritrea has been under British administration since is tptun earlv in the last war -Rruler. Bieren Ask \\eri \( %  •! call'." l0 *• su| e Ueparlmmi to..... The Dopuly Auulant SeeMale lo, bim rnompMn "im thai the Uhlted >d withdraw I %  s tnm lluliana •11 tnt Unilnl Male* In "'"' iimmoii .111 ; .nuar, 1. ly 3U Il„. BuWlaii ent iieiiiaiided ihe IIII: llonald Minister, who was del. nout nun |nia" leeutw .., r.-a(ea K. Solla er 16. tu were formall, broken DMd Ihe in. I,. (1 .mail Ki.i,.| L i, I IM Time 1 llna ihe Uniten A. ihe ..i^l M Ko-wv lail Ue%  ul II .Il 11. two interview! in l47 M, llealh had lold Koalov in ,,,% %  nil thnv. Mr. Heath ilemnl these slate* %  ...ei Sute llepa.tIn Solia in Ihe %  %  which have i. %  .ion to pei tm in ,i, linn, m.itic 1 niiaulai tuiiilioni. Two of 1 < 1 had died after being malt others hail % % %  III. Visitors Crumble After Easy Start CLYDE WALCOTT TAKES BOW LING HONOLRS .it* O. S. QOaWfN) BRITISH GUIANA yesterday, with but a single wicket between them and outright defeat, held Barbados to a draw in the second Barbados British Guiana Test which ended at Kensington Oval. British Guiana therefore took the honours in the Test having led Barbados in the first innings. Set 417 runs to mabj real liiiush Oulana h | ,t close of 1 .dilated at bewudeetog rau ^>>terday. At .t bout attempting to i> *al Of 417 on .. %  -i". thai gave the I itful assistance time and again, would %  try lame ilt* 1 oettbla Aact Itarbaaoe was yesterday ejfhOUl their slock slow spin boivii : i,.s" Wll1 could not take the field of .in inju and !'in winning were funhei dep reci a ted atneo li to take %  ver-nlght scon %  ( 4i. foi 8 rg I %  1 iwumen Uru. e Pairaudaau and minutes t %  24 runs befog CLYIli: V\ Alt ill I I %  'tT an oil Roy Mai shall 'hough not ahead of the lock kept very close behind and 100 was hoisted after 10ft minutes 4 piai Two More Two in (oil before 'he third Aft) could bo made and it was at 142 that Andy McWatt %  %  %  %  ;> that ear, Ml the 150 mark •fief 161 ninutcK of play and l*st the double century in %  Tettsaw^^ f. itea During his slay at the ii nve iMHindariea. Thomas played n sound innings ; for 32 in an hour and sixteen 1 minute* and made a single mistake in bis innings when he gave ;' difnculi Mkinson at %  %  w. Icoti ..t :M Itut with the ti.smissal of McWatt. Haibados had a spell oi -nceess that ilmost tume-i the Roth Thomas and (Jlbb* were returned t< n with the % % %  :i (or '."22 and But) I stiu IB& rung i" hi %  1 I U] iiiil put on "' 1 Hnokie" il ill) mld-ost, delding %  Lucas. It iva .1 :nve by Rol%  11 led Its •light in a magnificent effort and then fell backwards but still held on to the IMendina Camachu still defended stubbornly but 11 Mauled well placed cover drivas and neat iivcea, Gaakin who turned him was not rornfortable to King who now deu*d and CNUUll v : the match. Me hit t. ask in with a -i great pace and next Un to put up an easy catch off anotbi I > Rov Marshall at HUj n ld~oa lie had %  urtt laat man in, had but to I>la\ a single ball (r. 1 Muni Barbados bowling attack yeeterds arrlad i>fT the IxjwUng honours lo eomam '.'B overs and I th.' best flgut. .( 8 Mr ffj&en o///y //,< fojt //,/$ r/o Egypt Wants Removal Of British Troops • \IIUi Frb 21. 'if submitling her ret, late her troops to saUon in recent months and n .,i ^t^nrf ti ~-md vi„r\ n ' le „ r Mfhnimed Salei, utan old reporters here today. 1 at Egypt would to press for tm Valley, and means towards %  her national asplratioi —Keuler ui the second World Health Assembly in Rome last summer. Kruter 8 Killed, 40 Wounded By Hand Grenades ASMARA. Feb. 21 Eight people were killed, and forty wounded when hand grenades wan funera procession at Ambas Ho, M) miltAmerican troops were rushed Poo,. iaajter. Prisoners Return Home: Patltetic Scene In Italy ^ ITALY, rcb 2\ Crying mothers, waving tattered, yellowing photographs of their menfolks. to-da> round the train which uroughl back the first group of Italian prisoners from Russia. Aboard the train were M men. all of them from Italian Tyrol They had arrived fro: the first of several groups of Italian prisoners the Russia 1) agreed to send home. The Itajisns believe that several thouMnds of thtir men are still in the hands of the Russian* though %  figure has ever been lahbali nl. %  Un* of the wives and mothers ti tfeeae t rcpatnatea. As the soldiers >re suitcases and dressed In rough khaki clothes, left the train, they were beeteged bv the •fas. Several of the women recognlaed sons and husbands and embraced them with .yarsi.' othen the n %  r orify hud m. such coriaolatlo:i l^ug jft.-r the men heir WJ. homes, several women ing on the platform Each tried to gleen inl on her own son or husband from th. .-her Broeaaa*! lettsa Many of the women h 'low th-ir photographs to all men folk —Renter. I .& Musi Hrudjnsl Keoiiomie Policies WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 ted State, S. %  Dean Acheeoi day that readjust %  pulicie. would be naaaaaar> t,, i.. i-y wluc.i Russia was pursuing "with etllci,%  ocaflgsaai •easssVaV Mustard Cos Responsible, Not Atom Bomb i. HE A former American respondent heru claimed that th. I %  and mail. of mustard gas from stores-—not by the atom bomb The correspondent. James R Young, said here today that in 14.000 tons ot r the first -.mb had bee, in August IMS. —teeter.



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PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE \\i fiM-l'U IIBRVARv %  H Ccuub CaM !" } H IS and Mrs. Sav Excellency the Governor %  afe accompanied by Mr. W. Lambert, attended the final dav's play .1 the Second Test Match between BO. and Barbados, and afterwards presented the prizes to the members of both teams. a %  • S IR A'lan Collymore. K.I.. Chief Justice of Barbados, left for Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A. Sir Newnham Worley. Chief Justice of British Guiana left on Monday by BW1.A. also for Trinidad. To See What It'• Like M R. and Mrs Norman Pi" "' Montreal were arrivals on Saturday morning by T.CA. on a short visit to see what Barbados is like They told drib yesterday that they were havlnjt a wonderful time and would be returning about this time next year for a ^spup ma ny fnends of Mr and longe holiday. They are slaying J_ Mrs L M Springer, of al the Ocean View Hotel. Bcrniec. River Hoad. Icam with Mr. Pitt Is President of cansregrel tnat Mrs Springer has endian Relractorles Limited. xmi h e Tercentenary Ward of o the General Hospital for an op, cration. Engaged Carlh joins In wishing her a eyiHE engagement of Mias Merle ,peedy recovery I Cumberbotch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. W Cumberbatch of the Ivy. SI Mich Joseph Albert Moore^ of Public Worsts Department. Trinidad, was announced on Sunday. t a party held for the occasion at Halloway, The Ivy. g QOM TO gT-ftTCH OK? Lr6C Speedy Recovery Cricket Team Leaves To day T HE Britiih Guiana Cricket; Team, are due to leave Seawell by a Special Flight of U.W.I.A. lo-day at approximately 10.30 a.m. Accompanying the Team will be Mr C.I..C Bourne, their Manager, and Mr. A. Drayton the B.C. representative jn the Cricket Board of Control. €> <> Over 200 People Daily M R. J. ADAMIRA. Acting Manager of Bata Shoe Company here, who was In Trinidad over the week-end on business, tells me that he hns never seen so many people In Trinidad. He was at Piarco on Sajurday and he understood that over 200 people were coming In daily for the last few days for Carnival. He says the latest Calypaoes, which we will probably soon be tog. here are. "Last Train for rVrnando," "In a Calabash." %  Everybody drinking JU-C," and %  Pam" o < Visited All The Beauty Spots A FTER ipending one week Sam Lords Mr. and Ml*. Hemming Andreaacn returned U Caracas on Monday by B.W I A Mr. Andreasen is Consulting En. m in,,-.! j 1l? Kuieer to Alfonso and Compan in Caracas. They have had I DO enjoyable holiday and rented while they were here and 8.15 to-night She has ehOMO, h |V)i f— ^ M |hc ^ Cesar Pranrk, Symphony in T) Personal Preference i %  programme of recorded music at the British Council M ,! On Round Trip ffi. W. C. SLAYTON of Albany, JV1 New York, was among the g"jy' E WODE Minor and Beethoven, Piano Concerto No 3 in C MINI TM concert will 1* given despite pos. its. as a battery operated amplifier is in use. the island. They underfill hnlida have had CROSSWORD 1 2 1 5 o 7 i r 1 i J r J ,— *T i e S, | 1 Rupert and the Caravan—& 1 .,, in— t. TO sacoie ("• tiro tw~u art 10 WSSiViUst ou-.. is. VI. lUggWt (S| no* oo • rrtendiv " tor hi* ihjck. toots*. "R teeter hiding -iiwi. it* a* ihe uide lo •I an, dengo hit lound iht pljce ot my black ic I And il conuintd i wonderful sunken mu & hit ilrridy rtad ''"'" !.•<; !" Si." not yet. derlatn S.m ..men in d.fliculi „ Rod.,,,0 know. ,S, coi !" 5 W an umt he could lo'hfJP Joan Blon'irll and qutt aorrytim far* poti-i" Ff"f i< pictt." of Ertlyn tM]tt al lie grit nivht ot Th* Srhoofmuireu Miss Ui/ei i reloxar,ne lion %  • IBS. in: IK 18. II msy 16. Part* r chanted in BMi r-sjeisasff il TDe outflow of pebblas. i3 %  !" "-m,abjui 'awr. IS1 io. Tan „ ,01 l 5. TO. .pint I. Olsaaan. ta % %  . a. frSr. rltr a. uao r.aa lor 1 S '!•* %  snail., awIl %  1. '.-.-.v r-.r rrrl.in l"> P L A Z A 1*K Show TOMORROW AT %  W p „, Ol HI I: LXrOSl RE* and -THk NAVT u... Chaster MORRIS— Robvrt LOWBRY— JM P,..VNncy KELJ.Y AKK W A PABASRfUN'T IMJUitLK Bl|j, mi., i UAII or cjuoaioih tNrtT.uNMi: M ^ SAT. 25— MON. 17— and WD KT %  WAKNhK'S COLOKrUL MUSICAL HIT "^ MV Ulll \M l linn. :m i-iQi *oa SESfr.ifiOH ^ passengers wh round trip on thi are making "Lady Rodney" fiSSefa eafiad at Barbados yesteridr Siayton is a MI englneei employed with lb* L ->• Government M Retired Butineitmen From Canada Vfll. A. II GIBSON and M On Tour Of Inspection II A G. L DOUGLAS. HsaIbtul M.iTinncr Cable artO Wireless (W.I ) Ltd, is due to leave lo-dny by ItWIA for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, via Trinidad, on a tour of inspection Was Here On Business M il 1.AWKENCE r, HAYSman. ,1 nil.-.!.,: 01 Dawson, Minimi. Si %  '• Tsnusf ShorM, Pumli and Co,, Ud. W i *i t'...uni ml : M Secretaries Return ISS MARY HURSH ,'ncnt of d I Mag Petroleum Company In \ %  by it w i A vu Trtnldad after Uuncan "both nMIn shor! hoIldl :n^f i: #iti-id-y by the "Lud> I iMyuil .il UW Tni> li Mi' Gibsons U s < Arrived By T.C.A. Indian Merchants, has been here Bees, and left on Mond.i> bg it w i A for Qranada. He was a guest at the Hotel Royal c o For Two Week. M R and Mn Stanley F MatM" tocks and their daughter Kaj, are here for two weal AND MRS H P SHELL Mattocks is a PmrtlMC Ol Vmcenti.iui Mr k Mrs E. V. Lander Elliot A*< if Oshawa. Canada, WCTf srtil M • nioininn on taturday morning by 1 C A! tol by air. € holiday in ,, Ir stayim; U th. C...„„ Vt* 0ne M inule onc p rint jDot With N.cZ.l! ,, M> .. T e ^ m ^ n.lX, N M V ,^ON.o,C^, .:.,.,„ei. Caracas 0( Robinson Leather Company,"* umbu-Ohio and New York, i MuiuUl b. UW.I.A Barbados w hl| ( is a m.rchanl. "J an executive .,! Columbus Gas a wonderfpl place, be loci C.rib. System which is a Natural Gas l L omp S? y ,-. H ^, w "* „ Pjnger on H I. P>lke U Prnm UH> "Stella PolaMl on Saturday is father It rrom mll >penl hc day louring nc MonUersat island. This is his third visit to M R. EDGAR MAHSIlEN of the f~, APT T M BOWEB, aba i I llaibados. TriTudad Cricket Board 'f %^j pl | n w i lrl T.C.A.. has spent He took Carib's picture, with a short holiday in Barbados and special make of camera which can is due to leave to-day on hi* relive you a print in 60 seconds, turn home He arrived on Saturcertainly a most ingenious invenday by T.C A., and has also vislinn, lied Jamaica and Bermuda during P. s.—Carib's face did not break M R. and Mrs. Frederico Cuello the llrst parl of his holiday. His Ihe Camera! and young son Alfredo, r?f.lher Mr W W Howes Is from „ „ lu 'ici lo Venezuela on Monday Monlserrut He told Carlb. thai P-—:_-J r*„:„_. I A after three weeks' Col O. St A Duke, who I. his -V,T %  ?v T *,' holid.* spent at Super Mare cousin has taken him around an I \t %  %  V "aricuuuui Ouest House \ Mcrhe has b-n ..ver the enlire during •" Adviser lo Ihe S,, chandrse Mam.,'. and his brief visll and had a very WU far the C Grosland in Caracas. Mr. and enluvablc me He was a Burst Trinidad by B.W.I A oni Monday. Mr.. Eduard,, Hosswaag also reu HaUl mpanled by Mr. A. Framploi. ,,v TCA and is a guest Jl Agricultural Adviser lo I md Welfare. ., H.i t MaUalleu of Wav.iley St l-awi.-nce Gap, left for TrtnThli tvening idad yesterday by B.W.I A. r llS ivenlnl .l < l 18 a'elaek, Mr C, Chaderton, Supt. ManMr Hiiiih Paphan wtn s 111 agai < %  BIDMI Bawtng Machin. l.-lt on Monday by H W.I A Great Reputations ll> Joan Krskiiu LONDON (By Mail.) HOW REGRETTABLE it is when two famous fash' 0 hotUM decide tO let their good nanus CKTJI l !" !" a new fashion season. The collections seen at "OKIH an i MOLYNEUX were dull and unoriginal. Skirts arc certainly .!, tndl cut and drape, and we seen at approved of the nlpped-.n v-alslllowa, but Molvncuxs 'Ullines lie day drew." were not only exPUln black drcs.es mkni Itcmely short but K*ml to lack for hanging the lamily jewels on, .,1 There w.. .cat and unostentatious. a great number of overskirts with They were so ordinary thai tnc> tight underskirts a hue 'hat bad one great virtue — no-one was fully exploited last season, would trouble lo copy ihem. s" : esses with stiff presumably you would be unique itarebed i in, in pink In your chosen model But do tr white, and dark dresses trimmed yau remuj want t'> be unique with pie frills of WhlU organdie. U it means sacrlflcii r„i,h the apK 1Jf> SKT'llSS II MOttbiU that the local di, maker could -Km IBf. A H I l "*,<£* **J "' hex |ackM Tn chaTrj wool with blue and black fern pi low half bell at the back, could aicil^a.tr for cart 13. What w. need ~ 14. Coild a. lntcnl_ .osorneo If ir.'i.poa 1*1 16. Th,:. 11 A?ea' o'""Wou.o o. eailin. tl !3: oot from in. open oilo. ro.r..'l. M. is' ciu. uui a 6 ea..il M. Tar.'. •"• m •"•" a." 0 .'ship. 131 %  nluiiao 01 rNW..! I V> only lor %  lima. unbalanced Wonderful Place A FTER one Barbtwu. Marsden Leaves For T'dad (untrol, returned to Tn on Monday by DWIA Refurninf Next Year i from .i h s| >'' ''''IM* There was too iplng one stda. buttoning md larg* LI %  o unmistabably wu HTi: I unable to co-ordinate their ideas — suit* were varied, in style with n< predominant line The;, in skirts SI elunw silhouette. Kraal, Suslea: i Y0 Piti % %  1 26 X-ri>. i Sea *"* %  ft !** %  •'. BaUl pUtlc 12 Ii Jo: Guide To I i i MI -i %  ives Today's Pricet Charroal 3!c per lb. Mnlinrs ill lamate Sauce 11 r. per tin Sir .in. s Smoked In Oil 12 e. per lin \4'l \TI4 TUB IIMN A 'Member, 0* Tllt'RSDAV NIGIIT al 8.30 UNIVERSAL presents DEANNA DURBIN — DICK MAYMES — VINCENT PS|a iff "IIP IS VE.XTH.XL PARK and the Magnificent Music of SIGMUND ROMBERG 1 BLONDINI March :trd BLONDINI March 3rf TONTTE 8.45, LAST SHOWING ADAM'S RIB SPENCER TRACY & KATH HEPBURN Thursday Nile 8..L LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE turned yeslerdny where Mi I; ot the Shirt Department of th.' v.-'Il known dry goods stort "Altax." They ureatj Mr Cuello plans to reluri %  i • %  much. ilS llllll ll'llilir i"i % %  MSSSS n s •——. .. —•• Bij Poati*} .'i Coinbannani SeaooLCar Trial BY Till: WAY By Beachcomber I IM \ai km, i l-ady Cabslanlei;)i flown lo tilin ,i.l i desenbeo" UN a rO hostess, half as old as Mint in i owj •rorla Si usstl.il uvwpi*.' baa een nothing likihn ^noi IM %  Thc Oovtfnlnsj Body. tgke. who carried s il MlU "' " %  lauue. lor small admirers to ".••' %  1 ""-' harmful per sone Dausg.ll—i OUMI In "-"" %  ., .-. lUrland and Wolf aal •*. l on %  Lady Cabstunleigh li still "f !" 1 rmidable u avsjr, with ises and bedmaiter, untiring ii tinZoo. you depeiiil>, the vigilance. On >ral welfare of great %  tress. in .i period i MI iii w Miiritlulioii* Vl/HAT ha* been said. from vrhatevef iwint of view make Vim abouki II InadrisaMo at prehent u> inu* oatagorical duos any sonunasjil "t revelatory of IM newspapei report nature mlu what 1 may have v. BfM fulure dale 00 Uw i th. foghorn ol AUiv. ;. Narkover II wa M ib)eei. UM at only an army could doubt, which led to ihi eratton—or P*rU) %  ... %  %  ..... i ure. but rigidly SO, lUUOM shall Bherl %  -s bcint traetl bom hei truth about the Ictwol In II itM,U' uhtever is to be done ai Autobiography "It Was Fun prOOOQl n I'lu'less. it Is true tM-'ln* .Me," an eMviaule ;n ! SOOUfll, wllhoul IM tbal W*a1 may M developlnn. It cbteeii bi i'k s/ho sd d l tl o n ^f sucta fanlaatli stori .mnot be eonin %  aebook •* tB one lo "^tsah %  ntn anythtni In QM Iptaros ts i Viu will, i than iM MTiiple to withhold could seem to be adsUdMtal trutn tfl II ad OB any side as a delimit C r MPOKAHY UiuikeiM Mi btftflmi -• bookie. MeanBtatamont involving aitieemnil m Crantk soy. on dlsaitreemeiit in the quart) pardoned for getting eonfused In Whtdf of the (Jovernors. li: many cases bamboo shoots were ihey expect from yu. as heada >uri t^y Purclcsiiublr l>rsr CBTPTOQITOTG—Here's how to work It: A X V l> L B A \ \ K iL 0 N ( %  r I l> LOW i One letter simply stands for another, In this example A is used for the three La. X for thc two O's. etc Single letters, apoathlength and formation ol the words ar* all hmts. Each day the code letters are dilTerent. A Cryptogram Quotation > BJ MYQZ WOK L-R T BGKNG Y3J"' YLNKJLW. NYSJMJTT IA WGITJ BQKVOj] Y8J CIZJSL — WYNKWQT • M Ye*terday' Crvptoquotr: THE VIGOUR OF OUR DAYS V PASSES LIKE A FLOWER OF THE SPRING—PROVERB. g* HOVAL (Wiirtliiiiii) IO-MORBOH M1" ( Thum ay) at 8 SO p.m. M .. M. Mj.trrplece LASSIE m Home with Edmnn I OWI J., ei IKUiM llraniA \'"" 1 : lnnlN .md Kuinainr EUPOtB in Mi.II I AT 91J OX Pisssffl was a Male War Bride v.ilh IAU Band) BTU Aiti HOW in MlillT .1 1,30 Rrpulillc 1'l.lures prewsh %  Angel and the Badman wiih i V a nd C ABOT •LYMPK III Ml.II I U "01k I CLUB MORGAN THE GAYFST SIMM IN THE CARIBBEAN The Club Morgan Orchestra and AIM ARVISTIIUNG at the Piano for continuous Entertainment. Dial 4000 for Dinner & Suppei Reservations. I aMIlOV FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS DRESSES IHtlllllttVl MUSf Guadalcanal Diary ullh I.I... Bi.har.l CON'l't %  ......,.,.. %  .;: %  .:: %  .:'.:•.•.::••••• %  • %  •• : %  %  %  % % %  % % % % % % % % % % % % %  • %  •'"" BosaewlTM when (I..IIU your d.ilr ^hopplns Jnst Islu 1 st what i hsve to oiler:— Ljie's Golden Syrup, Maxwell Hi Sanborn Coffee. Black-Pepper In Tins. Tin. 1 %  1 %  • s -• ,l >£. '>' 'P ," %  S Tomato Soup. Rolled Oals In Tins. Ay mn S Jui..-. Red Salmon in Tins, Pilchards in rm. I ...vours. J PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH VS NOW. : JOIIV II. TAYLOR A MXSj i II,,, I'll, h Slrerl ''w.W/.'.V.V,V.W.' WE CAN SUPPLY ALL THE ABOVE IN GIFT SETS. Oar n\mm >BI I IRON MUM.I Kl III I \i; HIM BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COITON J FACTORY LIMITED HtttWAW. %  .::::: %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .::::::: %  .: %  %  %  .: %  %  %  %  :: %  %  .: %  "MAKE | THE VALLEY BLOCS0M AS A ROSE" NOW OFFER A RANGE OF GARDEN TOOLS — INCLUDING — • Kl'UUKK (. MUM \ HUM I ,iul • FLASTH I.AROEN HOSE • • NO//.1.KS — SPKWKRS IMONS • MENDBBS — WATERING POTS — SPAW* • COUPUNGS RAKES SHEARS • GREEN'S & RANSOM17S LAW 1 M0WW THE CORNER STORE


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, February 22, 1950
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H il r il 11
FrbruarT 22
1950.
Barons
^iuncate
Prirf:
IVL I E.\TS
1 i- a r . 3.
B.G. DRAW 2ND TEST BY SLIM MARGIN
World Sugar Talk
Postponed: No Facts
(Fnii" Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. Pi h I
iTIlEMKWixi:.., ::.,,.....|
t Sus..r lomicil. irnwl (r oral ... ,.
peed. '" lo h
| -roof il III u r
nielli with I III' Wen ,. : :.. n ,
*> her n.....iremani. ,,n the mt.m.i,,,,,.,! ri,u> ,
il| unknown. feiiipurarllji ihon |he nihcominllll
MMon whicli in begin discu .
- ? A well-informed inn.
n H I 2 i W'll I iug,r "V*" here told me t0-da\
B.vt JJ5.A. W ill A :^d,hfi "
ai.w i Turned down the Food
Ministry offer Um l:
f^ K'l"d ""I """""' Si
g*> lla " "uligaiion in buy
lom '''" I on the
baals r ,he offer made m other
likely lo regard the West Indian
rejection a
lering Ihe
Follow Ruling
Of Sugar Talks
GRENADA. Feb. 21.
I Whfthcr Great Britain Bran's
sfcaf ai -i result of the talks
[jprninr here mi Thursda
Eg or r.ot, the people
B could not care lea
Km flu since Sunday when tho
|*Skiu r : M-"
sting itf carnival for the peo-
Iplaof Si George's, and the
Mtbe "Santa Marl
| dail#- improvised cabarets.
Half an hour Jifter Bustamante*
ajtni i' lampadou
Il came to sell him a
Hal he was sinking .1
lar by m>
[WMrint Hand b.i. .ik,
-. green slipjx 1
^^^Hn-ed handkerrl.i'
pxiour offered Busta
latt. who had

Tim -or., about me; don'1
Jtlknow wnn
me The Irb replied -Then
canaffoiii -ii buy one" Busta
three.
encouraging sign u that
Britain ha- postponed the
itiouiil Sugai
juportaiii Ihinii
Is that
ill made, it should be ui
excuse for en-
froe market to a!
greater extent than that provid-
"i l t aircauv
The West Indian reply to the
*ood Ministry has to be eom-
mumcatcd on or befo, 1
1st When the reply hat been
1 Britain's position is
known the International Sugar
Council sub-committee will ask
the United Kingdom to make a
statement of the maximum re-
quirements of the international
marketif possible over a num-
Imt of years With this infor-
mation before them the cub-
Committee will then he betlei
leolde whether the re-
strictionas proposed bv Cuba--
is nrressnrv m nnv form
Th" vi.-v of th ,..
international sugar exoerts I en
informed la that the Cuban oro-
nosal is "premnhire
: think that
*eheme would prtMud'e*
riioT, o| the world's
OIWl Suea.
Council makinp it more dim>u'
"oH net ion
'' ultimate*" ihl hould h< ne-
m OaMa)
B.H. May Take
Grievances
Before UJ\.
20.000 Metal
Workers Idle
IN PARIS
PARIS. Fob 21
About 10.00(1
adj stopped work
this morning baft
n the Paris metal indus-
,_ usaudI
manual fac_
tory, employing about 71
still on strife
last Friday Strikes
metal factories brought the totftt
idle to nearly 20,000.
To-night's meeting of All Metal
1 'mon to plan a refer-
endum may touoh oh" .
strike in the Parts Metal Works
Industry. In some FactOI
has be gun independently
:ed from,
lion with s

plovers in the llrst WCM
.igemcnt negotiation; sinoa collec-
tive bargaining again hecame law.
Ileuter
en
I lion 01 Ihe people to
cancellation of
;
BlMu at S-uil.i Maria
^ccompjuHM ..
aV< sigbricbje. Bustamante,
kit with

BU one of the few delegate*
M at "Santa Maria.*' Also
a Barbados- D. G. Leacock,
tka'- Sir Robert Barker, an i
ini 1----- rrinidad'9 was one oi indlflerence Private
H "P1"' 1 ( lauatac-
Bgt of th< cancellation but at
itire charming old world! last night's momier meeting the
^^^al at the foot
pent Hnusc. They Ira 1
the nwotini tho People's Cont-
:ers diseussed Britain'.!
lollar and
announce! piana to at-
itiong, on the basis of
human rights with aeif-Qovern-
ment as the ultimate <^jective.

Royal Inniskillings arrived In the
but the meeting was the movt
'anuary, though
denunciaUon of Britain's coloni-
al policy was severe.By Cable.
Spanish Minister
Vssussiiialnl
IN MEXICO
Jus.
NEW vohk, |>
1 Spanish Mmis-
| il
' 11. a Cuke
p Si
mm delc| a the
..- -:.
to attend, when
I opens
n Thursday In the 100
lliurtrt:.
1 Ugtsi
P-OeorKr-
( . 1
ach..ni
fcvary. Spi akei De
^Mad's Legislative Assem-
U. brn,.!..i -,-. K:'l
a* Le.itii it
pjjto impressnui.- about
words:
^^Hostible U. pieu 1
as ot '..
I a certain .' \V l.S.A
ItoUow whatever ruling gov-
^IBn"
I m>ibi be unaniniuus.
B> t
! Italian Chief Sr>
Brazil's Minister
L^ ROM! Feb. 21.
i"') Ambassa-
Don Caj
u presented to-day

or was re-
ft "New
dispatch stated to-
Mexico Citv
York Timei
THis assailant, a Cuban riUaaaj,
Oabriel Fleita-. who fought with
the Republican army during th*.
Spanish Civil War. was aid to
have ucki;
Motive*, tin.- dlsoatcb
added.
Gullostra had I
nj Bpsuo "i .;.
Renter
U.K. Will Spit "Sociadist
Tntoh" From Us Mouth
Sftyfl Chiinliill
Mi Winston Churchill said 11 |, n ir,.
"I look forward to Thu:
-laihand indiKnfaiion and contemi
nation wUl -gpit the
umuth rOravar."
* in 1.1 aaaaMtuatica
Woodford. EwxBrit...
I than ti<

:hat apart fl



Churchill was appaii
lernng lo
"
induigin,'
responsible vnl.
England could render to
'
i;t r leu 1.

eiU AttWe'a MMunuirMiM .
state 1 (
insolvents
R-litri
Tories Move No
('Onfidenre Vote
IN CANADA
OTTAWA. Feb 21.
an Uberal
' til is entangle, t 111 >
sHrm which has blown up part I v
DVei anU-apy measures. uem-
er George Drew, who elaims that

oqage and oth.
Ities "i Ci.inmunists in
Canada" are inadequate, rus
moved a motion of no confidence
in the Government.
The Government woul
1 resign if the m..ti
ad !>rew also said the
Government had not taken ade-
quate meai 1 mar-
kets for Canada's SUT|
to ot ..1 with increased
lent Krn.er
Lbs* it a
Itt,
I
to'

it would mink
I
pa !>
Reuur.
6 FARMERS
IMPRISONED
PRAGUE, Feb. 21.
of land, were sen-
. 1 months'
.
i..ed of having
et full "quota of
I for not
planting acreage, decided by
rhetf land
seated, and I
1 ights of citizen-
ship.
Vdums Leaves
For Grenudu
Mi Giantiey Adams, M.C.P..
left the island vesterda> by
B W I A foi (Jrenada via Trl-
nidad
Mr Adams has gone to take
be Sugar Confi P
H S|>anish Officers
Visit U. S. Buns
WIKSI1ADEN. Feb 21.
Kith: Bpanieh army and au>
1 live day tour of
American army and airforcc bases
in European command to study
weapons and training methods,
inspected the First Infantr) JJ11-
ision at Bad Toeut, Southern Ba-
varia, today.
The S(. u .a their
own pi iiuaat, arnvi d In Wlaabe-
Dd l iK-'iit the day
talking with An l
Hrioelberg.
They will also visit
aircraft battalion l(orc returmng.
Eeuter.
Intlom-situis
Going To MoHcmc
DJAKARTA, Feb. 21
Indonesia has informed Russia
it is sending a delegation to MOS-
COW to open diplomatic relation*.
inounced here todav
Mohamed Hatta, Pn
Foreign Minister, recently re-
I wet For-
eign Minister Vyablnah
1
Uva to us or are shall send ours to
you. We asnw- on our part in
either way.*' Russia n
the United Btatos of It .
January 2S. neuter
Pope's Present
Stolen
MUNICH. Feb 21
Two boxes of ctunawart order-
ed by former Na*l Fon
ister J. Von Ribbentrop as a
present for the Pope in 1944 have
been stolen, police here reported
to-day.
The two table
at more than 10.000 marks each
were stored at a China factory
after the swift advance of allied
troops nrai 1 tj of the
present. Each
306 pieces Heater.
Lawyers, Doctors
Mwl Strike Too
PARIS, Feb 21.
mlc front, u hich
.sent 10,000,000
middle
for tomorrow la
. put up the
shutters for four hour-
stop conducting cases for an hour,
and docttn ,-ultations
for an hour in an effort to secure
I icform the na-
tionalised Industries
I CHURCHILL%PAlNTlNGS
ON CHRISTMAS CARDS
TOMC, Feb II,
Winston Churchill's painting*
ang to appear on An -
Christmas cards next December.
..-rbado. Test.
! Th* Hallmark Greeting
any said on Monday
; arranged to use 18
, Hallmark executive.-Xft
d
it has
Dunish Metal
Workers Will Strjke
COPENHAGEN, Feb. 21.
Danish Metal Workers todaN
handed in final
Stake which may tiiwi..
over half a rnassstt
eighth of Denmark's pi

Th.' aaBttaJ I fnwtUatlon Board
have so far been able In Bfing
about agreement .mly on minor
points. Kruler
Ten Questions
ASMARA. -
The Unit Coiiunis
mod enquiring into the futuie ul
Britrea is putting 10 question*
on matters ranging from terri-
tory to the BriUsh Adminlfctra-
tKMl.
The Commission, composed of
representative! of Norway. Pak-
iitan, South Africa, Guatemala
and Burma, decided yea
meet in publu
dealing with certain points.
The Commission, which wa
appointed by the United Nations
last November, Is to make pro-
posals for the dupo*-.
Red Sea former Itafliai.
Eritrea has been under British
administration since is tptun
earlv in the last war -Rruler.
Bieren Ask \\eri
\( LONIKiN. 1,
Eleven British atom
today called for the utmost si
tempts" to avert s dlsastrmi
atomic war."


was In progress.
K US .
I

called for a nee
means of eootro
ergy. or a
the wider problem of lnt<
relations/'
aid all nations must
sacriaoe sane ':; theii national
reaUlatii hops tm
continued
Reuter.
KumuiiiaW ithdraws
From ^ sH.0.
on. 1 uh OeaasraJ iin
holm to-day raai h
cable announcing Rumania's with- '
drawal from the World rlasdUi
Organisation. Huuia, Uki
utairia hi .'.hdraun
meeting the needs oi the ]tuople
Rumania had
sleiidei cootact with the Orgam-
U.S. Breaks
Relations
WITH BULGARIA
Mm h, d.,de,i
1
itam OovtmiMui threatened to
... "el,
inl will,.
.enund (or thi
"isler in Solla
, '"'*;'. animleUM
^..a .Mlerd^v h, , ,.v
1 "arse d'an.lr,..
>! call-
'." l0 * su|e Ueparlmmi to-
..... The Dopuly Auulant See-
Male lo, bim
rnompMn
"im thai the Uhlted
>d withdraw I
s tnm lluliana
.
11 tnt Unilnl Male*
In "'"' iimmoii .111
.;.nuar, 1. ly3U. Il. BuWlaii
ent iieiiiaiided ihe iiii-
: llonald
Minister, who was del-
. nout nun |nia"
leeutw
..,
r.-a(ea K.
Solla
er 16.
tu were formall, broken
DMd Ihe in.I,. (1
.mail Ki.i,.|Li, .
I IM Time
1 llna ihe Uniten
A. ihe ..i^l M Ko-wv lail Ue-
ul II .Il
11. two interview! in l47 M,
llealh had lold Koalov in ,,,-
nil thnv.
Mr. Heath ilemnl these slate*

...ei Sute llepa.t-
In Solia in Ihe

' which have i.

.ion to pei tm in ,i, linn,
m.itic 1 niiaulai tuiiilioni. Two of
'
1 < 1 had died after
being malt
" others hail
III.
Visitors Crumble
After Easy Start
CLYDE WALCOTT TAKES
BOW LING HONOLRS
.it* O. S. QOaWfN)
BRITISH GUIANA yesterday, with but a single
wicket between them and outright defeat, held
Barbados to a draw in the second Barbados British
Guiana Test which ended at Kensington Oval.
British Guiana therefore took the honours in the
Test having led Barbados in the first innings.
Set 417 runs to mabj
real liiiush
Oulana h | ,t close of
1 .dilated at .
bewudeetog rau ^>>terday. At
.t bout attempting to i>
*al Of 417 on ..
-i". thai gave the
I itful as-
sistance time and again, would
try lame
ilt* 1 oettbla Aact
Itarbaaoe was yesterday ejfhOUl
their slock slow
spin boivii ,:i,.s" Wll-
1 could not take the field
- of .in inju
and !'in winning
were funhei depreciated atneo
li to take
ver-nlght scon ( 4i. foi 8 rg I

1
iwumen Uru. e Pairaudaau and
minutes t 24 runs befog
CLYIli: V\ Alt ill I
I
'tT an oil Roy Mai -
shall
'hough not ahead of the
lock kept very close behind and
100 was hoisted after 10ft minutes
4 piai
Two More
Two in (oil before
'he third Aft) could bo made and
it was at 142 that Andy McWatt

;> that ear-
, Ml the 150 mark
fief 161 ninutcK of play and
l*st the double century in
Tettsaw^^ f.
itea During his slay at the
ii nve iMHindariea.
Thomas played n sound innings
; for 32 in an hour and sixteen
1 minute* and made a single mis-
take in bis innings when he gave
;' difnculi Mkinson at
w. Icoti ..t :m
Itut with the ti.smissal of
McWatt. Haibados had a spell oi
-nceess that ilmost tume-i the
Roth Thomas and (Jlbb* were
returned t< n with the

:i (or '."22
and But) I stiu IB&
rung i" hi

1
I U] iiiil put on
"' 1 Hnokie"
il ill) mld-ost, delding

Lucas.
It iva .1 :nve by Rol-
11 led Its
light in a magnificent effort and
then fell backwards but still held
on to the
IMendina
Camachu still defended stub-
bornly but 11 Mauled
well placed cover drivas and neat
iivcea,
Gaakin who turned him was not
rornfortable to King who now de-
u*d and CNUUll v
: the match. Me
hit t. ask in with a -i
great pace and next
Un to put up an easy
catch off anotbi I > Rov
Marshall at HUj n ld~oa lie had
urtt
laat man in, had but to
I>la\ a single ball (r . and
.1 mad rush for souvenirs
began. Skipper Camachu had
Clyde Wal>. 1 Muni
Barbados bowling attack
yeeterds arrlad
i>fT the IxjwUng honours lo eom-
am '.'B overs and
I th.' best flgut. .( 8 Mr
ffj&en o///y //,< fojt //,/$ r/o
Egypt Wants
Removal Of
British Troops
\IIUi Frb 21.
'if submitling her ret,
late her troops to
saUon in recent months and
n.,i ^t^nrf ti ~-md vir\n 'ler, Mfhnimed Salei, u- tan
old reporters here today.
1 at Egypt would
to press for tm
Valley, and
means towards
her national asplratioi
Keuler
ui the second World
Health Assembly in Rome last
summer. Kruter
8 Killed, 40 Wounded
By Hand Grenades
ASMARA. Feb. 21
Eight people were killed, and
forty wounded when hand gren-
ades wan funera
procession at Ambas Ho, M) milt-
American troops were rushed
Poo,. iaajter.
Prisoners Return Home:
Patltetic Scene In Italy
^ ITALY, rcb 2\
Crying mothers, waving tat-
tered, yellowing photographs of
their menfolks. to-da>
round the train which uroughl
back the first group of Italian
prisoners from Russia.
Aboard the train were M men.
all of them from Italian Tyrol
They had arrived fro:
the first of several groups of Ital-
ian prisoners the Russia
1) agreed to send home. The Itaj-
isns believe that several thou-
Mnds of thtir men are still in
the hands of the Russian* though
figure has ever been
lahbali nl.
Un* of the wives and mothers
ti tfeeae
t rcpatn-
atea. As the soldiers
>re suitcases and
dressed In rough khaki clothes, left
the train, they were beeteged bv
the fas.
Several of the women recog-
nlaed sons and husbands and em-
braced them with .yarsi.'
othen the n rorify hud m. such
coriaolatlo:i l^ug jft.-r the men
heir wj.
homes, several women
ing on the platform
Each tried to gleen inl
on her own son or husband from
th. .-her Broeaaa*! lettsa -
Many of the women h
'low th-ir
photographs to all
men folk
Renter.
I .& Musi Hrudjnsl
Keoiiomie Policies
WASHINGTON. Feb. 21
ted State, S.
Dean Acheeoi
day that readjust
pulicie.
would be naaaaaar> t,, i..
i-y wluc.i
Russia was pursuing "with etllci-
,-
ocaflgsaai
easssVaV
Mustard Cos Responsible,
Not Atom Bomb
i. HE
A former American
respondent heru claimed that th.
I
and mail.
of mustard gas from
stores-not by the atom bomb
The correspondent. James R
Young, said here today that
in 14.000 tons ot
r the first
-.mb had bee,
in August IMS.
teeter.


PAGE TWO
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE________
\\i fiM-l'U IIBRVARv
H
Ccuub CaM}
HIS
and Mrs. Sav
Excellency the Governor
afe accompanied
by Mr. W. Lambert, attended the
final dav's play .1 the Second Test
Match between BO. and Barba-
dos, and afterwards presented
the prizes to the members of both
teams. a
*
SIR A'lan Collymore. K.I.. Chief
Justice of Barbados, left for
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A.
Sir Newnham Worley. Chief
Justice of British Guiana left on
Monday by BW1.A. also for
Trinidad.
To See What It' Like
MR. and Mrs Norman Pi" "'
Montreal were arrivals on
Saturday morning by T.CA. on
a short visit to see what Barbados
is like They told drib yesterday
that they were havlnjt a wonder-
ful time and would be returning
about this time next year for a ^spup many fnends of Mr and
longe holiday. They are slaying J_ Mrs L M Springer, of
al the Ocean View Hotel. Bcrniec. River Hoad. Icam with
Mr. Pitt Is President of cans- regrel tnat Mrs Springer has en-
dian Relractorles Limited. xmi ,he Tercentenary Ward of
o the General Hospital for an op-
, cration.
Engaged Carlh joins In wishing her a
eyiHE engagement of Mias Merle ,peedy recovery
I Cumberbotch. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs C. W Cumberbatch
of the Ivy. SI Mich.....
Joseph Albert Moore^ of Public
Worsts Department. Trinidad, was
announced on Sunday. t a party
held for the occasion at Hallo-
way, The Ivy.
gQOM TO gT-ftTCH OK? Lr6C
Speedy Recovery
Cricket Team Leaves
To day
THE Britiih Guiana Cricket;
Team, are due to leave Sea-
well by a Special Flight of
U.W.I.A. lo-day at approximately
10.30 a.m. Accompanying the
Team will be Mr C.I..C Bourne,
their Manager, and Mr. A. Dray-
ton the B.C. representative jn
the Cricket Board of Control.
> <>
Over 200 People Daily
MR. J. ADAMIRA. Acting Man-
ager of Bata Shoe Company
here, who was In Trinidad over
the week-end on business, tells me
that he hns never seen so many
people In Trinidad. He was at
Piarco on Sajurday and he under-
stood that over 200 people were
coming In daily for the last few
days for Carnival.
He says the latest Calypaoes,
which we will probably soon be
tog. here are. "Last Train for
rVrnando," "In a Calabash."
Everybody drinking JU-C," and
Pam"
o
<
Visited All The
Beauty Spots
AFTER ipending one week
Sam Lords Mr. and Ml*.
Hemming Andreaacn returned U
Caracas on Monday by B.W I A
Mr. Andreasen is Consulting En-
.m in,,-.! j1l? Kuieer to Alfonso and Compan
in Caracas. They have had I DO '
enjoyable holiday and rented
while they were here and
8.15 to-night She has ehOMO, h |V)i f^ M |hc ^
Cesar Pranrk, Symphony in T)
Personal Preference
i
programme of recorded
music at the British Council
M,!
On Round Trip
ffi. W. C. SLAYTON of Albany,
JV1 New York, was among the g"jy' E WODE
Minor and Beethoven, Piano
Concerto No 3 in C Mini TM
concert will 1* given despite pos-
. its. as a battery
operated amplifier is in use.
the island. They
underfill hnlida
have had
CROSSWORD
1 2 1 5 o 7 i
r1-
i J
* r J,*T


i e
S, | 1
Rupert and the Caravan&
1
.,, in
t. to sacoie (" tiro tw~u art
10 WSSiViUst ou-.. is.
VI.

lUggWt
(S|
. no* oo
rrtendiv "
tor hi* ihjck.
toots*. "R
teeter hiding
-iiwi. it* a*
ihe uide lo
I an,
dengo hit lound iht
pljce ot my black
ic I And il conuintd
i wonderful sunken
mu &
hit ilrridy rtad
''"'" !.<; !" Si."
not yet. derlatn S.m
..men in d.fliculi
Rod.,,,0 know. ,S, coi5 W

' an
umt he could lo'hfJP
Joan Blon'irll
and qutt aorrytim
far* poti-i" Ff"f i<
pictt." of Ertlyn tM]tt al lie
grit nivht ot Th* Srhoofmuireu

Miss Ui/ei
i reloxa-
r,ne lion
IBS.
in:Ik !
18. II msy
16. Part* r chanted in BMi
r-sjeisasff
il TDe outflow of pebblas. i3
" "-m,abjui 'awr. IS1
io. Tan ,01 l
5. TO. .pint I. Olsaaan. ta .
a. frSr. rltr a. uao r.aa lor
1 S '!* snail., aw- Il
" 1. '.-.-.v r-.r rrrl.in l">
P
L
A
Z
A
1*K Show TOMORROW AT W p ,
Ol HI I: LXrOSl RE* and -THk NAVT u...
Chaster MORRIS Robvrt LOWBRYJm p,..V-
Nncy KELJ.Y AKKW
A PABASRfUN'T IMJUitLK Bl|j,
mi., i uaii or cjuoaioih tNrtT.uNMi:M^
SAT. 25 MON. 17and WD KT
WAKNhK'S COLOKrUL MUSICAL HIT "^
MV Ulll \M l linn.
:m i-iQi *oa SESfr.ifiOH ^
passengers wh
round trip on thi
are making
"Lady Rodney"
fiSSefa eafiad at Barbados yester-
idr Siayton is a MI englneei
employed with lb* L -> Govern-
ment
M
Retired Butineitmen
From Canada
Vfll. A. II GIBSON and M
On Tour Of Inspection
II A G. L DOUGLAS. Hsa-
Ibtul M.iTinncr Cable artO
Wireless (W.I ) Ltd, is due to
leave lo-dny by ItWIA for Puer-
to Rico and the Virgin Islands, via
Trinidad, on a tour of inspection
Was Here On Business
Mil 1.AWKENCE r, HAYS-
man. ,1 nil.-.!.,: 01 Dawson,
Minimi. Si !' Tsnusf ShorM, Pumli and Co,, Ud. W
_ i *i ._________ t'...uni ml : __
M
Secretaries Return
ISS MARY HURSH
,'ncnt of
d I Mag
Petroleum
Company In \
by it w i a vu Trtnldad after
Uuncan "both nMIn shor! hoIldl"
:n^f i:
#iti-id-y by the "Lud>
I
iMyuil .il UW
Tni> li Mi' Gibsons U
s
<
Arrived By T.C.A.
Indian Merchants, has been here
Bees, and left on Mond.i>
bg it w i a for Qranada. He
was a guest at the Hotel Royal
c o
For Two Week.
MR and Mn Stanley F Mat-
M"
tocks and their daughter
Kaj, are here for two weal
AND MRS H P SHELL Mattocks is a PmrtlMC Ol Vmcent-
i.iui Mr k Mrs E. V. Lander Elliot A*<
if Oshawa. Canada, WCTf srtil M nioininn
on taturday morning by 1 C A! tol by air.

. holiday in ,,Ir stayim; U th. C... Vt* 0ne Minule onc print
jDot With N.cZ.l! ,,M>..T,e^m^n.lX,NMV,^ON.o,C^-
, .:.,.,ei. Caracas 0( Robinson Leather Company,"* umbu-Ohio and New York,
i MuiuUl b. UW.I.A Barbados whl|( is a m.rchanl. "J an executive .,! Columbus Gas
a wonderfpl place, be loci C.rib. System which is a Natural Gas
lLompS?y,-. H^,w"* Pjnger on
HI. P>lke U Prnm UH> "Stella PolaMl on Saturday
is father It rrom .mll >penl ,hc day louring ,nc
MonUersat island. This is his third visit to
MR. EDGAR MAHSIlEN of the f~,APT T M. BOWEB, aba i I llaibados.
TriTudad Cricket Board 'f %^j pl|n, wilrl T.C.A.. has spent He took Carib's picture, with a
. short holiday in Barbados and special make of camera which can
is due to leave to-day on hi* re- live you a print in 60 seconds,
turn home He arrived on Satur- certainly a most ingenious inven-
day by T.C A., and has also vis- linn,
lied Jamaica and Bermuda during P. s.Carib's face did not break
MR. and Mrs. Frederico Cuello the llrst parl of his holiday. His Ihe Camera!
and young son Alfredo, r?- f.lher Mr W W Howes Is from
lu 'ici lo Venezuela on Monday Monlserrut He told Carlb. thai P-:_- -J r*:_.
I A after three weeks' Col O. St A Duke, who I. his -V,T ?v T *,'
holid.* spent at Super Mare cousin has taken him around an I \t" V "aricuuuui
Ouest House \ Mcr- he has b-n ..ver the enlire during " Adviser lo Ihe S,,
chandrse Mam.,'. and his brief visll and had a very WU far the C
Grosland in Caracas. Mr. and enluvablc me He was a Burst Trinidad by B.W.I A oni Monday.
Mr.. Eduard,, Hosswaag also re- u HaUl mpanled by Mr. A. Framploi.
,,v TCA and is a guest Jl Agricultural Adviser lo I
' md Welfare.
., H.i t MaUalleu of Wav.iley
* St l-awi.-nce Gap, left for Trtn-
Thli tvening idad yesterday by B.W.I A.
rllS ivenlnl .l Mr Hiiiih Paphan wtn s111 agai ' l.-lt on Monday by H W.I A
Great Reputations
ll> Joan Krskiiu
LONDON (By Mail.)
HOW REGRETTABLE it is when two famous fash'0"
hotUM decide tO let their good nanus CKTJI l"'
a new fashion season. The collections seen at "OKIH an i
MOLYNEUX were dull and unoriginal.
Skirts arc certainly .!, tndl cut and drape, and we
. seen at approved of the nlpped-.n v-alsl-
llowa, but Molvncuxs 'Ul- lines ___
lie day drew." were not only ex- PUln black drcs.es mkni
Itcmely short but K*ml to lack for hanging the lamily jewels on,
.,1 There w.. .cat and unostentatious.
a great number of overskirts with They were so ordinary thai tnc>
tight underskirts a hue 'hat bad one great virtue no-one
was fully exploited last season, would trouble lo copy ihem. s"
: esses with stiff presumably you would be unique
itarebed i in, in pink In your chosen model But do
tr white, and dark dresses trimmed yau remuj want t'> be unique
with pie frills of WhlU organdie. U it means sacrlflcii
ri,h the apK 1Jf> SKT'llSS II
MOttbiU that the local di,
maker could -Km IBf. A H I l "*,<* **J "'
hex |ackM Tn chaTrj wool with blue and black fern pi
low half bell at the back, could
aicil^a.tr for cart
13. What w. need ~
14. Coild a. lntcnl_ .osorneo
If ir.'i.poa 1*1
16. Th,:.
11 A?ea' o'""Wou.o o. eailin. tl
!3: oot from in. open oilo. ro.r..'l.
m. is' ciu. uui a 6ea..il
M. Tar.'. " m "" a."0.'-
ship. 131
nluiiao 01 rNW..! I V>
* only lor lima.
unbalanced
Wonderful Place
AFTER one *
Barbtwu. '
Marsden Leaves For T'dad
(untrol, returned to Tn
on Monday by DWIA
Refurninf Next Year
i from .i
" h s|>'' ''''-
IM* There was too
iplng one stda. buttoning
md larg*
LI
o unmistabably
wuHTi: I unable to
co-ordinate their ideas suit*
were varied, in style with n<
predominant line The;,
in skirts
SI
elunw silhouette.
Kraal, -
Suslea: i
Y0 Piti 1
26 X-ri>.
i Sea *"*.....
ft !**'.
BaUl
pUtlc 12 Ii Jo:
Guide To
I i i mi -i ives
Today's Pricet
Charroal 3!c per lb.
Mnlinrs ill la-
mate Sauce 11 r. per tin
Sir .in. s Smoked
In Oil 12 e. per lin
\4'l \TI4 TUB IIMN A 'Member, 0*
Tllt'RSDAV NIGIIT al 8.30
UNIVERSAL presents-------
DEANNA DURBIN DICK MAYMES VINCENT PS|a
iff "IIP IS VE.XTH.XL PARK
and the Magnificent Music of SIGMUND ROMBERG 1
BLONDINI
March :trd
BLONDINI
March 3rf
TONTTE 8.45, LAST SHOWING
ADAM'S RIB
SPENCER TRACY & KATH HEPBURN
Thursday Nile 8..L .
LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
turned yeslerdny
where Mi I;
ot the Shirt Department of th.'
v.-'Il known dry goods stort
"Altax." They
ureatj
Mr Cuello plans to reluri
i
much.
" ilS llllll ll'llilir i"i " mssss n s -------. ..
Bij Poati*} .'i Coinbannani SeaooLCar Trial
BY Till: WAY
By Beachcomber
I Im \ai km, i
l-ady Cabslanlei;)i flown lo tilin ,i.l
i desenbeo" un a rO
hostess, half as old as '
Mint in i owj
rorla Si usstl.il
uvwpi*.' baa een nothing liki- hn
^noi im Thc Oovtfnlnsj Body.
tgke. who carried s il MlU"' "
lauue. lor small admirers to ".'"
1""--......' harmful
per sone Dausg.lli oUmi In "-""
., .-. lUrland and Wolf aal *. -l on"
. Lady Cabstunleigh li still "f1
rmidable u avsjr, with
ises and bed- maiter, untiring
ii tin- Zoo. you depeiiil>, the
vigilance. On
>ral welfare of
great
tress.
in .i period
i mi iii w
Miiritlulioii*
Vl/HAT ha* been said.
from
vrhatevef iwint of view make
Vim abouki II InadrisaMo at prehent u> inu*
oatagorical duos any sonunasjil "t revelatory
of IM newspapei report nature mlu what 1 may have v.
BfM fulure dale 00 Uw
i th. foghorn ol AUiv. ;. Narkover II wa Mib)eei. Um
at only an army could doubt, which led to ihi erattonor P*rU)
... .....
i ure. but rigidly SO, lUUOM
shall Bherl -s bcint
traetl bom hei truth about the Ictwol In II itM,U' uhtever is to be done ai
Autobiography "It Was Fun prOOOQl n I'lu'less. it Is true
tM-'ln* .Me," an eMviaule ;n! SOOUfll, wllhoul IM tbal W*a1 may M developlnn. It
cbteeii bi i'k s/ho sddltlon ^f sucta fanlaatli stori .mnot be eonin
aebook * tB* one lo "^tsah ntn anythtni In Qm Iptarosts i
Viu will, i than i- M MTiiple to withhold
could seem to be ad-
sUdMtal trutn tfl II ad OB any side as a delimit
Cr MPOKAHY Uiuikei- M Mi btftflmi - bookie. Mean- Btatamont involving aitieemnil m
Crantk soy. on dlsaitreemeiit in the quart)
pardoned for getting eonfused In Whtdf of the (Jovernors. li:
many cases bamboo shoots were ihey expect from yu. as head- a >uri t^y
Purclcsiiublr l>rsr
CBTPTOQITOTGHere's how to work It:
A X V l> L B A \ \ K
i- L 0 N ( r I l> low i
One letter simply stands for another, In this example A is used
for the three La. X for thc two O's. etc Single letters, apoa-
th- length and formation ol the words ar* all hmts. ,
Each day the code letters are dilTerent.
A Cryptogram Quotation >
BJ MYQZ WOK L-R T BGKNG Y3J"'
YLNKJLW. NYSJMJTT IA WGITJ BQKVOj]
Y8J CIZJSL WYNKWQT M
Ye*terday' Crvptoquotr: THE VIGOUR OF OUR DAYS V
PASSES LIKE A FLOWER OF THE SPRINGPROVERB. g*
HOVAL (Wiirtliiiiii)
IO-MORBOH m1"
(Thum ay) at 8 SO p.m.
M .. M. Mj.trrplece
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Ipg| Mm'. KKBKl \li\ 22. IMP
r SPIES SENTENCED:
2 CONDEMNED TO DIE
Accused Appeals
i
BUDAPKST, Feb. 21.
LiRcrlean bu-,:- # x
H(e and saboUge here lodiiv
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StnceKen to 13 yens.
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MADRAS :
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the Com 11
by win.iitiff
incoi* in i iiininiiK
f won with only eleven
par*,
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.iikl 247. iMUfl
for 7 *'Kei*
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"eh tot ;cn .,
Fory, the Hungarian woman ce-

confiscation or property it. ir .-
gary oi Vogelei
IMU nvolriBB -(:
.lien sentences.
Hirtd ftiul match here lo-uu.v All seven prJgOMl
" ....*.: Wftr at the Ihi
n otrore the same Judge wbi
tenced Cardinal Mind-
The President announced sen-
tences in the name ol the Hun-
rjan People, Repui.u
Tfce defendant
fully. President oh-, th.
document detailing Ilk
*-">g at the ve:,:
Me uid ihe guilt of the aoeuH
nad been provea by their own
testimony, by documentary evi-
dence and by witness**
Defence attorney! appealed
tujalnsi the senteneos on behalf
. wMuum imi a" ovi accused in the mam
iff Hay Smith.! trial here
President Orly. tald ihe appeal*
would be referred to the Supreme
Court He asked the pro***<;;,., f
he accepted the sentences
Gyarl Alpl said he accepted the
rteatn sentences but felt th;it the
sentences against the oth,
eused, were not severe enough
Eeuter
ily 35
mm
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L M win with seven
w toll, appeal : I..
Arable vutory. but in for-
^f pace they tost four wlck-
fbtapiv iftei vno inlerval
a : wickets down
All. who wai unable to
Hat this morning owing In
j^ljrM Bag) : ' '! <> bat
^end made the winning hit
Ljrfarv oriveofT Hay Smith.
Hjggr all-rounder. Mushtaq
fagi Injured when trying 1 Jtonourice late yesterday.
| bolted until the clnsr.
Fjhg 209 runs, with 9 wick-
laand, lo Mat the Commun-
| cncMters in the nnal "un-
today India suffered
vni as Muahtaq All
i'aurt alter scoring 37. He
bB hand yesterday when
D glance ntzmaunce but
1 after aiVition and was
I J7 when stumps were
I Burning, however, he re-
f but at that score but
a and Umngar engaged in
Jt stand to Larry India's
[to 1431 by the lunch
g. India required seeond
p total of 2S!i to win this
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Trad.' Problem
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Ji WOJ then third riiectiug mice
Miller, win. [i tourtnf South
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ptaiptn sad open wtti -J...
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HONG KONG. Feh. 21
Chinese sources in Hainar
island. rT the south coSt ,,'
nina and Taiwan said toniehi
communist preparations
that
invade Hainan were boUovS to
oe complete, and an attempt could
be expected early in March
-Renter.
Commonwealth with
J tangs lead of 11 run.,
to 113) were out for 247 in
Ivcood inning
_piting a thrilling day's
\ more than 30.000 peopfcB
t in the Stadium and it
Jl disappointment when
| All did not resume Ids
Hnapirtd that he had frac*
\l Itafer of his right hand
Harare Joined Umrigar
Zj was resumed.
ticket was taking spin and
n called on Worrel. Tribe
Iturice. Only three of the
n before lunch were
rJT Pitzmaurice.
mistimed a drive off the
JR ball lie received from
R*it Tribe, at third man,
la fairly easy catch. The
batsmen
fortable but they punlahed any-
., thing sftort of a length ...
ded 93 runs in the tw,
belore lunch
Fltrjnaurice opened I
after lunch and toon boat and
bowled Umrigor who
fours In his 59 which occupied
HOI", minutes Ha/aie and Umstga
had engogecl in a century ttalKl
with Harare doing most" of the
scoring and he continued in thl
vein when joined by 1'hadkar.
Ilazare took the total past 20l
m i!6.') minutes when the new ball
was taken by Fitzmaurice and
Freer.
:ried to pull Freer but
missed and wai given out l.b \-
20 minutes before tea
md Adhikari and Phadkar plaved
safely to lhat interval when
India needed 35 runs with only
three wickets down.
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PAGE FOLK
Till BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY
.--------------a. n,
BARBADOS
Pubttobwd by Tth. Adn
ad^o&te
iU Co. M*. *. Broad ft, rt**Hl
Wednesday. February 2L. 1950
I nfoi iunalr Inriden.*
IT IS singularly unfortunate that the
British Government did not find it con-
venient to grant the request ol the people
of British Honduras for further consider-
ation of their case against devaluation
of their dollar. The almost blunt refusal
coupled with the sophistry that restoration
of the dollar would be a disservice to
British Honduras is bound to have un-
pleasant repercussions.
Then- are circumstances which might
have justifiably led the people of that
colony to believe that their plea for release
from the economic stranglehold would
have been mofc closely examined. It
cannot be unknown to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies that several individ-
uals have publicly complained of the
hardships created by the change in financial
policy Within recent weeks the Bishop
Designate of Trinidad, who was formerly
Sishop of Honduras, gave an insight into
.he conditions which had arisen as a result
of the devaluation.
The limited opportunity for agricultural
pursuits and the almost total lack of in-
dustrialisation form now a combination
which hampers the economy of Honduras.
The Evans Report which is still fresh in
the minds of those who take any interest
in West Indian affairs, might well be
regarded as the basis of any hope which
f British Honduras entertained.
Already the people of that colony have
shown that their patriotism and loyalty
have been strained to the utmost and they
have been guilty of some excesses which
are not likely to have otherwise occurred.
Such apparent antagonism to British rule
in the colonies is not consistent with the
professed loyalty and affection for the
British Throne by the people of Honduras,
but at a moment of stress and severe
:ri a small population with limited
has forgotten all but its own
well-being.
It is true that they tried constitutional
methods which have failed and they have
WJltHl t" the less admirable methods.
Il is to be hoped that whether the Tories
or the Labourites come to power in Great
Britain within the next few days, the
Government will find some means of avoid-
ing an open breach with a hitherto loyal
OH of the West Indian peoples.
II.It.II. PriiM-f** Alice liitttallrd
A* University i olleje Chancellor
BENEATH BLUE MOUNTAIN PEAKS
CONDUCT ON 'BUSES
A CORRESPONDENT in a recent issue
of this newspaper draws public attention to
the conduct on 'buses and suggests that it
(houM Ml l allowed. This is not the first
llBM that such conduct has been denounced
in public print. Some time ago passengers
on the Kontabelle route had reason to com-
nular conduct and this was
quickly remedied.
Il will be realised that more people travel
. than any other form of conveyance.
In addition ii> this, children going to and
(roan Khool IN nol always on the School
'Bus; this mi .ins thai tliey have to travel
but. It is most undesir-
ptopla with no regard for
public decency should be allowed to offend
ratpacttble ptopU who must travel by the
In the old days of the Tram Car there was
provision in the law for the prosecution of
who misconducted themselves on
publi. I a. It could hardly be
that this has been overlooked in the draft-
ing of new regulations in recent years
li !,,.. .,. la Stoat instances of public
nuisances II is the duly of the public to call
ittenUon of the Police to such behav-
iour as it is not possible for them to be
n( at all these cases. One remedy
WOaM be to look lor Ihe conductor's num-
h, i whan he fails to put a stop to this be-
our and report the matter to the
Highway! and Transport Board. If con-
naires keep employees who encour-
age misconduct, then it is up to them to
pay the penalty.
Ol II III All! IIS SAY.
MEDIAEVAL PAGEANTRY
vulture the Extra-Mural Department, each
Non~ who saw it will ever forget Crow, the Jamaican
the extraordinary beaut, and im- wheels ceaselessly on his power- from a separate Caribbean Colony,
prcss.vencss of ihe ceremony lul wing., during the morning
which look place on the table- and afternoon before the cere-
lands ot Mona on the afternoon more/. A downpour would havo
of Thursday January 16th, urban spelled ruin to Ihe ceremony. The Following Ihe stalf ot the Unl-
it R H Princess Alice, Countess great crowds could not possibly varsity College came a long array
of Athlone was installed as have been accommodated in any ot distinguished guests Irom the
Chancellor of the University Col- one of the existing buildings of Universities of the world, as weU
lege of the West Indies in a the University in the event of a as other figures
pageant of colour against the downpour Many must have First came a figure familiar to
might" background of the Ja- thought of Dr Taylor and his as- Barbados. Canon Wippell. as re-
malean mountains. The historic slitants with real .ympathy while preaeroative of Codnngton Co -
d"on Tedignity and gra- rain was actually falling at one lege. the oldest institution of Unt-
cus charn, of the Old World o clock in the afternoon^ It coas- verty rtatu, , the West Ind e*
were caught and fused with the ed; and during she next two hours With him was Mr II J fate. Use
briLn? Re. and contrasts, the the cars pasecd in stream which P"^' "'^.'XV tl^n r?!
became an inspiration. versity ate. jo lh(, Colon, an(l ,he Unlv.
Some ot the great crowd -if Punctually at twenty minute. , Bureau of the British Em-
four thousand people who attend- Pft four the Governor of Jamaica plre. Th representatives of the
ed had witniwed many cere- and Lad* Hoggins arrived, and Bri,i,h and foreign
Distinguished Academic
Guests
New Charter For Indians
Hy D'Arry O"llonmll
OTTAWA, (By Mail),
A new bill of rights for Canada's 135,000,
red Indians likely will be presented to'
Parliament at the session opening Feb. 16.
The bill, providing for an almost complete I
rewrite of the Indian Act, has been in the|
hands of legal experts of the justice depart-
ment for more than six months.
It is anticipated the experts will complete
their work in time for the legislation to be
presented at the coming session. They have
been trying to put into legal form many of
ihe recommendations of a joint committee
ol the Senate and the Commons which studied
the plight of the Indian in 1946, 1947 and 1948.
Some of the recommendations dealing
with improved health services and educa-
tional facilities for Indians have already been
acted upon by the government. But some of
the most contentious problems have remained
unchanged.
The committee heard suggestions that the
Indians should be given full citizenship, in-
cluding the right to vote. But most repre-
sentatives of Indian bands showed little in-
terest in enfranchisement. They regarded it
ious in., i...- u.......-..-..- ,hr colonial secretary oi Jamaica , vice-Chanceilor of the unl- lltre5' J_TT|~ k,u-m f .heir
and women taking part, inrl ,,, representatives ol ad- versjty of London and Sir Ray- as something which would rob tnem oi men
g University Arnon fi'Hl1.*".* ond Priestley, Vice-ChanceJJor uealy privileges.
The Indians told the committee they want-
ed more schools and hospitals, non-denomin-
ational education and repeal of the present
prohibition against the purchase of liquor by
Indians.
They had other grievances. They protested
iainst encroachment of whites on Indian
ittraw, limitations imposed by provin-
, i cial governments on hunting and trapping
ganlred by European dictators ,.,,. 00wta oat clear of the peaks Athlone. robed as Chancellor or _,., l .,, tribal funds un-
There was somolhir,* Install background the, University of London An rights, lack of control over tribal tunas, un
greater in Ihe re.tn.int and dig- .,,, grandeur as undergraduate carriedI hu train,
nltv of this pte ''I behind him *;'""'" Ihe Mace-
u'the Mona ,.'. on bearer Finally. Mr. I Mffler-
was in It. too. Ihe verve rid and lock. * the 3.""IS;
eperev Of TOUth, I..... .' unbroken scarlet, formed by the and Mr. Hugh Springer, me
Rasp .'.'ii. < uiit.i In i v> .i
,f**Z
. British and Foreign Vnkmtttlm
and otheruise, th* crowd row to LMf f* while passed next, in a bright array of
the Military Band, in lately doctoral robes.
their picturesque uniforms of red Those represented were the
..nrl blue, played the National An- University College of Ibadan. Nl-
:hcm Sir John and Lady Hug- geria, the University of Otago,
their seats among the New Zealand, Howard University.
Not far from them were Washington, the Universities of
.ency the Gov- Chicago. London, Durham, Har-
ernor <>f Barbados and Lady yard. Cambridge, and Oxford.
Savage Th.- Acting Governor of After these followed a stately
Mr P. M. Renison. was group of University officers of the
her with highest grades. Dr. Lilian Pen-
! Secretary of Jamaica ^^ Vice-Chancellor of the Unl-
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monies, academi
in their time. Some Of UMBft,
perhaps, went there expectu.;
little more than the lad.
and uninspiring platitudes wh.li
often mark such occasions. But
this Installation was something
utt<'rl.v ttUfawnt fn-ni tj
Cynicism was speti i '
defeated in the presence .!
ritual which was a n
was obvious that the distinguish-
ed met
ituludi _
Hd Vice-Chancellors. sch-<' Mi W W. Reece. of lne university of Birmingham.
and academic representative-; K t- on behalf of the Barbadian came flrst; behind them walked
from many parts of the WO :. Distinguished Mr p c jameSi ihe Principal of
Colonial Governors. Bishops ;in leaders of the churches, whether gan Bishop of Kingston, the Sir james Irvine. Vice-Chancellor
as active agents in the Guiana. His Grace the of St Andrew's University, and
or as spectators, were possessed Catholic Archbishop and Bishop Dr pacundo Bueso. Vice-Chancel-
bv an emotion which was perfect- Emmet. Vicar Apostolic of lor of the University of Puerto
lv sincere Hardened politnan* Jamaica. RJco.
and Ittvnaltsti Urt" admitted ttte The Principars Procession The two University College
indelible impression which WU Tht ,. rnptv. Pre- Marshals, Dr. K. R-Hill. Professor ai,ainst encroachment of whiles on Indian
made One witness thou*!-' _>, ., fatf 7 tTwn- t* Ps^hotogy, and Dr. J. H. Pmry,
compared it with the pomp and pets announced the arrival of the Professor of History, escorted the
glamour of the mass meetinEs Principal's Procession. The clouds next guest of honour-the Earl of j g0vernrnents on hunting and trapping
jf ga*etv In th#' ''V gowns of the seventy undergradu-
and stimulating speeches colour adopted in honour
ii n u ri! .\lir.- f the am lent Scottish University
ll.H.ii. i rincess nun ,.,,..,. p,mcipa[
Chancellor played so large u part in the
It is no man Sannal comph- founding of om Unlvtratty Col-
riu-nt to say that Princess Alice lege. Watching thoas young men
has won all hearts on this occa- and women .idvancing with a dig-
sion. It is usual of course, to nity which revealed their con- f*1*0" the ," ^fnrt i
wr.t. ... flatU-ring terms of Roy- *& pde in the occasion, one lowed b> 1 .n m ^The
ally, and this is no doubt Oft 'ded of Sir James Bar- ^/,*(.*a ,, ,hp Pr0r.s s io n
done in a spirit of loyally at ,
M much as of Sincerit) But i ,1 Addresses ever P^"1!*f"^JJ "^^Cx-
bttary is necsssarj i h he delivered to ***Fli>WMW^S**'
Process Alice. Th. ScfffitVSSIof
pleasure and warm ; fl22. "ght on vu irj," i t lhe
which Her Royal H.,! '^nceHor According to the Royal
shown in the fill : g*Jg* ,, gjlj charter of January 5th. 1949. He
quite unmistakeable. and II Uu.n calle known that sh, insist.-d on I , u. relevant clauses of the
ing part in I I i ..,' /' 1(. H<.M Charter. Mr. Hugh Spnn-
ceremony which was ,f Un/h-m mt did this With the calm dignity
the day before, m ord :ie/e ^ which hi. Uarbadum friends will
sure that her o i ,nman futures recall, his voice being heard with
carried out without a hitch. r,^l ^hc white and great effect and the utmost clear-
oertainly was
tile appearance and her
ably clear and pleasing
every syllable of wbJ* h
ble. delighted the audience A
few happened ti
passed through the Rol
Tavlor. (' I 'he Prin-
ireratty College.
On The Dais
The long procession forked to
left and right as it approached the
dais, undergraduates moving to
" right, fol-
d Resident
leV'Bar^ TutorVsca-.' em. The
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also
CONGOLEUM SQUARE
3x3 yards and 3x2'< yards
s
Her eta. S "'{ groM ;..: mss by lhe whole auuienM.
-marl .,,, ,,, ,,|, ,.. V tZZ
I I lhe Chancellor
i h. French ' i.....nducl II H II Princess Alice
MMmblT. At lhe same
play, 'he wondoful affaat of tha instant two undfiradualcsone
'- ol Ibsao was tha tall usurc of Mr
before tha eamnony, the allac- u-
llonale kiss will.
HrcdiHi i)r Lillian Pi i
Hamilton Sim'.li, Praifchot of lhe
. the .cartel mass Sludcms' Union. < "[
vejjlly .._ SStSS
hind them Professors \ivc touch of scarlet across the
Here they
awaited the descent of the Vice-
from
^S^mS^JS. *a Plctui*
!Sh4?hu
this week. Followmi: II . (orBMui .10 ot liaimpeu
latlon. uli Mam of an Oxford or Cam- h,i.i!,lo.l th.-n return, the two
many youniwr ladies tor, Ihe brown or cboeo- undtraduaU In front, toUOwao
lufji raaapapn |aU. r ,,. unrverslly of London. b ,nc vice-Principal at
given by the Governor of hood Ol tha 1 [at Royal
malca and Iji.I- .:,,! ruM o ,A, ^hmo
eventna she or. ':,'",.'V .-i ..lkl a cartot-aowwd train-
,!er irlvcn bv the UnlvnaUl Col- ., ,........ l,m the Uni- '" The coniDahv rose to Ihetr
IW. Coundl and -ado .not S^JaStmTsiSS
.x.olleol s,hh,I, Th. folios. .hi d,i
momina al (. * laid three to Identity * In tutft Walking II;R rr mounied ""*'"...
Univemitv Coll ^nSSlS?
led on Ihe Cnanccllor-
| ., to recll.
,. ,0. of OHlee. The lTincess the,.
IbaCoun- bados among that lm. whil. v following words in
qualified teachers, dilapidated schools, and
assignment of tribes to unproductive lands.
Many of the tribes complained that the
government had failed to live up to long-
standing treaties.
The committee studied the representations
and recommended the integration of the
administration of Indian affairs under one
minister. It also recommended civil service
preference for Ihdians in their own admin-
istration and "immediate" establishment o!
new hospitals and nursing stations in the
north.
On a controversial church-versus-slale
education problem, the government officials
offered a compromise. Under the present sys-
tem, residential schools are administered by
churches.
The officials propod that the department
eatabliah day schools on lands where residen-
tial schools now arc administered. The new
schools would be run on a non-ajctarian basis
by teachers who would be members of the
Civil service.
The schools would be similar to day schools
m operated by the government on many
of the Dominion's 2.300 reservations.
The government has not yet indicated
whether it is prepared to accept the sug-
gestions of the officials(CP.)
\\ liai's onTodaj
, | Au.u'
. the island among
At the Installation Her I Tutors of
Highness won- a white dress. **
over which was a black gossamar
con-
nisted in the robing of the Prin-
cess in the black and gold of her
new position as ChaneeUoi
if i, m placed the I
flat soft hat on her head, ai
justed it with in or three verj
graceful movements, the
fleet being very digmfted and
charming
Anxious (....un-.. at the ^
There were manv nerl
eyes searching the clouds rcstinu
on the mountains, where John
Mi i line. lumber ol < om
saarea it '-'.a* p.m.
Polke Band ( onrert, MrnUl
HuHpiUl at 4.0* p.m.
Muhllr t in.nu. SI. Mark's
School faslure. St Philip
at 7.3a p.m.
I Alice, Princess of Grea*
Countess of Athlone.
that with the help of God
,1 0am f-iUil the duties
Dor In accordance with
tea of the I
College of the West Indies, and
will loyally uphold and maintain
I gi and rights of the
! will en-
deavour to promote the great
purposes for which it has been
ad, the advancement f
knowledge, the dWfusfon and ex-
ension of arU, sen
tin Pair i
l.Vi;il\>IK.M H.XS
t.OI NOW III III
LORD SALISBURY, Conservative* Party
leader in the House of Lords, said in a speech
at Nottingham last night that in five years
ul woikiiii;. through the United Nations, the
British Government has got nowhere.
He therefore found the Government's
opposition to the Winston Churchill plan for
a new approach to Russia rather shocking.
Lord Salisbury said that he agreed with
Mr. Attlee and Mr. Bevin that Britain must |
ite lor peace through the United
Nations and the Atlantic Pact.
"But surely that does not nil* out the
possibility ol other approaches with the
ibJOCt,*1 he said.
Before the waras Viscount Cranbourne
Lord Salisbury was Under Secretary to
Mr. Anthony Eden, then Foreign Minister [
in the Chamberlain Government. He joined
i wnen he resigned in 1938 as a pro-
test against the Government's appeasement
policy.
To Tlir Keillor Tlir Adrocalr.
ll-IIYuvv Offices in flit- Civil t:tabliliiiict
number ot peoulo who could datl pisWtd cither IB British Guiana
, holcK .....d or Jamaica, it would give good
bj the legislature or are provi.lcj Junior
.-.jtute. Wood "TOO had been elected as U" h0,.c,',s_,,.l"'n
SIR,Within the last few years u/hen the annual Estimates art Is a seed or ft
uvc been several changes bclnt prepared a. they are at Bit abolition I tour ol dot KtM
' "'JIlS pretent th,:. I the Held or Wood was
island. Among the office? addeo lm. I^ggijultura tvlM OM jUo indisposed. Anyway it is
'' meet tor the specific purpose ol mitted that Bat I :ood enough I
UMPIBI
( riikrl PrMfjatofaoiu
work o( the government were that ma|,tng the neceMary adjust::
o( Financial Secretary and Ailllt- and BdcuUon,. what then u tha Assistanl Col
ant Secretary in the Colonial purpote 0f having a Financial financial
'"'" Sen.: __, .
The post ot Financial Secretary The other otllce created was that Sooi : .
i. Uland the sum of about of Assistant >
hundred pounds a year. Colonial Secretary's office. Since |
,ong those who would like lh secondment ot Mr. Bishop to high I
,' : addition ha. the Control DeparUncnl II
. tha a.i- not been tilled and now tha tUlltsI
i.,n..n l mi. of It is bringing grave duaatlt-
...on that we tu faction In the i This is not go...1 i
Barbados in dealing One would have thought that TAXi
. vernment accounts. the creation of this office would
for disbursement have meant the opportunity for Pridf t>j Ttu
|.y the House of members of the service to get
m unlew it into the administrative bracket II To rhr J
Statute Alter !< not to.
Itaral pasws Now that the Control Depart- Haaane :
nt ha. been made part of the
practice to the West Indie, team
Let it not be imagined that the playing a. a team and give them |
support of cricket i. merely in the a better chance in playing the first
hands of those who had taken few matches on arrival in England,
part in lhe direction ot the games. It would abw be interesting to w
Something is due to the public tor how the second best team would
. rl without which there shape in these three matches and
would be no cricket. Those who would certainly test their strength,
want cocktail parties can hold I am sure with good weather the
thern alter' Vul when it is some- expeiu*. could be met from the
acting public will thn .ticket let gate money. Perhaps this sug-
gestion is too late to arrange such
tournament, anyhow I give It
tire public enjo,
nmiusiAST
. were made In
I *?HJJMlfarl
To the Editor. The Adiocate
for what it is worth
t/i \ppret iiilitm
"on To The Editor The Adoocalr,
which Board of
serious consul- SIR.Like many of your read-
.:, ers I welcome the return of your
lad and Barbados and the correspondent "Con" and hope to
.f t)..' .Is of wisdom

from "hi. bit.1
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. a good grasp and apprccia-
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,,,Ni:SI)AV. FEBBIABY 22. 1950
fl'ork On Plaza
Speeds Ahead
Found Dead
In His Room
THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACK HVi:
OKK 0"
a*"
I ..ilher Plaza for
tref Ltd; Design
CHUtrurtion by c'larkp
plarccl in a prominent
PjSl. m, laM ana
!".', JLUni along
see it
Uct of death bv natural
man Jmjr yosti-rda*
Inquiry ,nto lnc ^ ,
Plara
. whirh is sit.
- uw Empire Theatre, f ScK-Mi.ler was held by Mr
apialy. A large sign t A. McLeod Coroner (
"A".
Stag-MObr was found
dead , M. no,, . ,h,
Hoiel on Feoruary 10
.... ^tor H. L. Massiah who
the performed the peal mortem aid
!> SL morning of Feb.
flrer< "' nu5>' >",cr- 22*" Sargeant .
."*S, a treneh for the >"> t Inn, ||
-' _n m.i>i.i|i ...,n wu a health'
Liiuoo of a wall which will
agest*"1.*" ... ... ,,.. were
l-irgcd. pale
lf the length of Jordons
ISeeg-Mill,., |
man Both .lings
congested and the liver
Car fLAST of iho West Indies ?" intestines were normal and
Mill, al Coleridge '" h,s f'n'*n Seeg-Mille, ,li,,l
1 ,ted to be complete 'rr,,1',"',lr"'1".luf
. .___i- William Robert Sargeont Man-
ager of ihe Hastings i; -.
- .,pokc '" S^H-al'llM about
7.30 p.m. on February 9. About
1.30 p m. on February 10 th
hood waiter MM lo hi.n and
told him that Mr Seeg-MiPer
had not pome down for lunch
ffcTuHs produced when j "^-."P- t "
C^MXlt tw*> weefce.
rirtsit ,o ,he ml" yesWrday
Liw thai live knitting
vp oegun lo work,
produced by these
II be used to make
nrw and many
ment-s.
g*ines
jlflxnc
MM Mt"
vhich
1.500. needles.
reply
The Ccmnitttee held a meeting
en Saturday the lllb Pi
1W0 when the following K
able Members were present, name-
ly: E. K. Waleott. squit<-
R. G. Mapp. Esqum.
Esquire. K. C. Goddard 1
and W. A. Crawford Bi
The Committee after careful
Breakdown At K'-In 14 D*y
Carrington
IXOYD DUKE of Westbury
Road was fined IS/- and 1.'-
t days or one month**
imprisonment by His Wirshlp Mr.
II. A. Talma yesterday for noi
imrmn of ihe' utter rnmtoo Factory. uoT^m'hif ho^It luule^sueit
ter having paki special "day work was "" "J".,"" Sutu* ""
bar of an nour's
afte
to the posts which are at arm hie to .1 breakdown in
vacant in tne Civil Service,
Hen comes out as a bolt.
The head waiter took a dupli-
cate key and opened the door.
He (Sarucant) found Mr Spec-
examined tho body nnd said that
he (Sore-Miller) was dead for
nbout 10 to 12 hours.
rasTVIEW Or BRITISH PERIODICALS at the British Council was held Monday, and was open lo
the public from .f-.l<-rd:.x rhr ptclur- -how, *omr of the screen* on which are such migasine*
a* Trident, a nauUcal publlcaUon. Education and Art News. Some members of the public are
celling a peep al the publications. The show continues about a fortnight.
the posts which it mighl
unV-ult to fill or to retain Uv
sent holders thereof,
the conclusion that the problem
night be most eBectiwU
by adopting the reetomm."
Of the Civil Service Commi-
Mr. Q. H Adams. C B I
Public BorVki
bj His Excellcnc> IheOoveri
November 29th. 1944
lo the establishment of a Public
Service Comm
The Committee rinds it impos-
sible finally to decide on the
question of leave pas-
the detailed iniorm.ii..:
.urstion is avtnlablc Which .mly
uefa a Commission cai
The OonsmittM ..lo ol the
urn urn that in the .
(iirncully rating with respecl to

me which was intended for
had to be taken to
urrounding ones.
In a clean state.
The offence was committed on
December 9.
1 cr busily
Lb icpairmg U
rpectad thai
"ik within the
FIRE AT CANEVALE
nklrn. Mew York, who is an
JJat'on ,h" T"mPl"ns Spring
m
".
mterday that he came to
dos to supervise the install-
4aa also service the macn-
^fte equipment in the
pga is nearly all
dye.
The
Salt Arrives
From St. Kilts
m\ bug}
House Meets For 25 Minutes
2 MeasuresPassed: 6Postponed
) members of the Barbados Reg-
itn.'iu whenever the Regiment is
called out on service. The regula-
tions do not applv to
acres of tirst crop canes
"is of Mill .
pi.'i-erty tU Cinevele rwitatlon,
lit by lire.
The eanc.-. . bit not
c.rass.
Are is unknown

the retention off of !' possible assistant-? bin wer-
any Civil Servant or Teacher In-- unable to cxlingiush the blare.
fore the setting up and functiomnn ________________
of the Commission that such mat-
ter be referred to the Honourable QO \ita I-. /. \|.k,,||.^
ea^ffeaXUBs III O Mull III'
1- ..t .
M.ti'ti ri.iiki- 1
id was titi.-.l I I

or In default one month''
Minority Krpori
I agree with paragru
the Report of the Commit;.-.-
1 consider that in order to meet
Ihe existing emergent
The
ol
rine salt day
passage as proposed should i-o* In
granted to an Oftioer occupjrlnff V.
an office, named in the Schedule,
Officer or the Warrant Officer.
The rates had been taken, so to
speak, from the rales paid In Iho
meeting t;f ibe Mouse ofcourse. it Is proposed, subject to Police Force. Dr. 1 'utn.mnv
ily which m ..;atUre. to Members of the Pollci Pbrea paid that is threatened with 1 v
ZZ "dyeing." bleaching, squeez- arnved here' IrSlssWdiw'ta 7hU "^ "M '""" "' th* ''xle,ul MWi l*Urim's scholarship for their rations, and so it was and whom it is difficult 1
H-----------XsIS......ZT J5 >f252!tty ,^I S?*^ "" r*cord* beKan ul Ior "ni decided that in the case of the and to oOo n the
irom 1^.15 p,( and TOded ut ,240. To p^. a ciaim arnountjn< to Barbados Regiment. 60 cents a day Schedule, thai are \...
gg"*. """' ** '"|-l"Vs S2 36 for damage to a mauby .ail would be taken from the rates extremely difficult to fill Pwo
t of Passage
b) tUi Worship Mr
I M olfeni . araj
IM>tS IT FVERY
TIME
Removes Chronic Pains,
Hheumatlsm, etc.. and
puts you on your feet
again.
pressing machines are 43-ton "Marca Henrietta
Epjy in position. St. Kitts
iHt Aron Karp. who is con-
BtrSSSH-- y-.....;- ^ "^t^rnn.nfthe.r.ns- 7lZStl Mr *- ^S^^",
KOOds on the tther schmerJTrivlng with quite some tune. When the "mccti STtt S"hoS.**mi7llrJ' .-
Hm_> nv the Fire Hri.aHo .iS.J .. . ..f "f'.T ,n *M underway, luat le more roem in the Seawrll
W" ". ifZ ..,PrVd1eii^.MarJK ;HMe.1Sc.oU """' When ,t ended there were Tertninal Building, for the In-
\\ iS expected to cease "Laudalpha and "E. M. Tan- ,0Ur. creased number of p..
^eEJ,e, garage and Foreman's r-:_- k------u. u.. ...------------------Th? ''" P"" P""* wM a using the bulklmt ,n,l ofM ...-
nuct have al'
.j noun:
k, pulling on Ihe nnishing posts, vaporising oil. ution i. to authorise tho The alterations in the main
jutbM ' me yard......dleselinc. turpentine subsutute, suuulemcntarv uiovision as fol- terminal building required to in-
rhTi.E Intercolonial lubricating oil. colas, cylinders of lows: crease the accommodation for pM-
$7,179.28 to the Barbados Can- -engers are estimated to coat 1*80.
nlng Co.. Ltd., as a refund of The sub-division of the North-
^ pAMman>D %' L ... 'he hrst measure passed was a using the building and ottlo? ac-
'u'tJS. IZZZEPJ Cargo brought by these vessel Resolution for SI 1.496 to supple- .otnmodation and other facilities
.11 been completed consisted of fresh fruit, coconuts. .,,t the estimate, of I itpendliur. tor th. stall of the Traits-Canada
were busy yester- copra. peanuU charcoal, Orowood, (or ,hl. ,.,,.,., ..ljl v..r. Tlu, a.
\Y
U. Colonel
Major
Captain
1 Jeuten...
2 Lieutenant
C.S.M.
Colour Serjeant
Serjeant
l. Serjeant .
Corporal
I. Corpoml
Private
-vires postponed
$13.21
992
BJ8
; n
] M
* 11
S.M
t
i a
i jo
i hi
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..... the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Motor Cab Fares) Hegi.
1950.
Mr F U Waleott give noUce ol
a Resolution to porovt
ulations entitlest
Metal aod ratsad
Cab Fares) Hcguliitions. 1950"
made by the l>ireutoi of Highways
and Transport on the Iflth day ol
February. 1950. an
ere, ' the Motor Vehicles
Trail'..
PIGEON CHOW
GOAT CHOW
two of Purina s best
and obtainable from
H. JASON JONES 8< Co.,Ltd-uw., .,*
dSI
i played at Kcnsing- gas, oxygen gas, kegs of lime and
K Monday. Wilbert Scantle- empty barrels.
^. 4 of Kensington New These items were brought
I-', was a watchman at 'ran the ports St. Lu i
Ji'f toe gates, was wounded Vincent. Trinidad, DonHnli
K a three-gill bottle on his St. Kitts......I
Cl.tecK. He was taken to the Messrs H Jason Jones & Co..
._ ,t uti\i*ni th.- iima Avi'- **to., are agents oi Ihe r.. M ui'Miinii > uv divik
*!Ktoi.l Tannis" The olher schooners are pose of manufaoturing fata, Also pawed without debate was the brewing of beer and lo Impose "hruary. 150.
.ii .h ad.... consigned to the Schooner Own- The Barbados Scholarship a Resolution to approve the Reg- certain duties thereon: secon' "r Cumrnlna
,35tSors' A5puton bond vsrx. SBS.T8S-T&.W gg -wyrx vs &B'^^;
ffCSS o^SSK ^^^ r'rS-tmn to Mnca o,
hen the man rushed Z^g^TA %%& ^onlnsaut
fuier .hen he was about to appeared before His Wo,,h, M, : ,,., ummln, ,1., tnov- of the^BiTbado, Gas Co., Ltd.
.aster Ihe man off the ground he E. A. Mcl^od yesterday. ,. n,,,,,,,,,,,,, The Report of the Soled c'nm-
f, .truck with a bottle, which He was found guillio making jg Slll,,,.sh,p , u,, -,', fd inembers that it < to 1U- niillee which coimdered th. Leave
fcjiliuder was carrying in his a diurln near B*ckles Road ,vllubta [or ,,. om. veaI ,,f . |nonsc ,,,,. p,vln, of { rates Passage. Order Resolution follows
II O
I I
VaV.VaVaV
amounts paid on machinery mi- WH wing of the restaurant and the Resolution to approve the Tramc Act 193, (l3.-lr,i
ported for the canning of moiasses waiting room budding to provide Payment of Leave Passages Order, amended by sections 41 and 42 ol
Sl.183.4e to the Modern Hot suitable offices will cost S59I). 1950; consideration of the Heport the Department of High-..
In respect of CmtoinJ Passing of the Resolution wa. of the Select Committee which Transport Act. IMS, and
i Package Tax paid on moved by Mr. i. H. A I f imported for the pur- there was no debate on it reading of a BUI to regulate trie Governor on the 1.
1 debate was the brewing c
vp the Rea- certain dutli
Bill to
..................,, . Tariff Act. .....
1950" made by the Cover- Address to the Governor urging P-m next Tuesday.
. .ii-Evcomiv.' Committee un-
,vo- der tin- in.-.. Ion 22 of
highway on February 20.
H.R.H. Princess Alice Installed As College Chancellor
DISCOMFORT
after meals'.'
KENNIES
m loUowing message from His
lasjMy tw King.
BlCKINGHAM PALACE.
Oa >our installation aa
ttaateilor of the I'niveraity
(Drif of the Weal Indies.
1 uk mu to eonvey my beat
s*aa to its members and in
d aVose associated with lu
I us very xlad lo be m-
sruued Wiih the College aa
a. Visitor, and hope lhal it
*} ever pri.<.|M-r in it hint.
Wow (or ihe advancement
. > trur learnlna.
iSfd.) l.l.DKI.I. K.
pal, Dr. Taylor, then
real of welcome to me
La,
awcu*.! m of the honour she ha
T.WI.HB
ifr'rom l*ate 4) terest in the fortunes nnd develop-
ikI the i*in.>uraj,emenl ment of the West Indies nnd in the
jjlamnd religion." welfare of their people (npplause).
| H Pr-nupal iind the train- My duties as your Chajicellor
hanr .'! *. placed the great are certainly cnhance Haas*.,.! robe on Her Royal thai they ,:.. Ortlmitj
Em shoulders. Her quiet ,0( vjlt this beaul.ful island; and
BTyou- was clearly audible a lho?f who llke, x'*\ ">' "
j Once mu trumpeU aoundad; fwn k; ' 'n**-
aai *.. ,n,i, ^ tor-v or ,ake Pleasure in Vlatttna.
OlBi lVi.,pany sal. _____ whefe m can ^ SUfe of a
the new Chancellor then read fnend,v wo|conWi wl aIwajs ^
happy if kindly fortune bringb
them to the West Indies. But 1
can assure you that for my part,
wherever I am here or in my
home ui m any part of the world
il will always be my constant
pleasure to watch over your in-
laraiti
To-day's ceremony fttl)
seal of recognition upon the new
University College of the West In-
dies. It is indeed a memorable
occasion not only for those men
and women who have laboured so
long and so devotedly to prepare
for this day but especially for all
those like myself, the staff and the
students who are inheriting the
responsibility for the conduct of
this College upon whose founda-
tion one day we may hope to raise
our Uoivi
Three great Universities from in a world th
Pi tne university College, anu tne oll| country have been main- turbulent
Maims own previous know- jv instrumental In the foundation i believe thai our Unlvi
(olher interest in education 0f this College. To use a bio- have much ihe same sort of task
as simple as they were logical analogy. St. Andrew's and l>etore them to-day Mm;
Dr. Taylor ex- Birmingham have both acted as lights we cherish are threatened
bis appreciation of UK tr 'he Wth while by obscurity. In the fog and dark-
lOf those who had laboured London has been the parent with- ness which is a constant menace
about the Universii/ out whom. I venture to say. all lo tin vorld, our Uni-
meniuminn sir Janus heroic errorui on Ihe perl ol tne of all
jt.^ ^ lf*Muilda t.iAsalyl naust hoasAna* AvtjJj it km *"iirelv i W1S4*
another
man-
e ui iim i'u" .xv... .. .. n..... .uw >.,. ...-,(, nuv ! waters
ruawngnvtiJ ,( ^ f9Ut -,, corrw to London hi W med simply at. temajn dosely assoviateil with the Thai .
na Hugn destinies of our College by reason sponsibility you share with all the
of the fact that OUT students con- Universities in the world Ami
of welcome from tinue to tnke the Ciuversity of so the first thought 1 should like
t Universities were then pre- ix>ndon < <-xamina- to leave with you is that you are
to the Princess, Iron, tjons, and I think we should be not. nor is any other Un.\ i
by Sir Raymond proud that our first step* should isolated unit. You are part of a
-from Malaya. Glasgow, be made under such august di- system, a great system, covering
n's University Belfast, and rection.
Hvernty of ihe Union of
^Africa by Mr. Springer.
Now no one will dispute the fact
that in the pursuit of trujh and
in the guardianship of the wis-
dom of mankind- I put tl
mong the icsponsibilities of a
UiiivfiMty integrity, persever-
ance, courage ami lineal
are quallttea that are
Lfaaolutely reani1.il Hut they are
it hy THBC8BLVKS
i those engagi
task >f preserving and ex-
knowledge to with-
-tand the aangeis and VKalaitudea
by which they will be constantly
assailed. They must be
.ned and vitalised by I
npe, Their work must be forti-
Qed by 'he warmth and i
reUjjaen Science and phUcewphy
things unless tl
tain the ferment of religion. And
we know as a matter of
r that beyond the ex-
plorations of science and the
speculations of philosophy, the
human instinct still humbly gropes
its way towards a God.
As we look round i
to-day, riven and twisted by dis-
orders and jealousies, we cannot
mc Throughout Europe. They fail to realise that much (if the
vmm Mrongholds and treasure trouble is due to the Christian tra-
houses of knowledge and culture ditions of society not only
dues, his creative impulses and
his tolerance of human frailties
have been ruthlessly suppressed.
It has indeed been truly said
that wherever we find a false
Idea about men, its origin lies in a
false idea of God.
1 think il is a deplorable fact
ihal the em rent of religious faith
is far weaker to-day than It was
in the last century with all its
materialism. The following story
<>i fjueen Victoria which has been
handed down through the years
.'learly represents the attitude of
the men and women of her day
Ihe Kin* of I'ruMUa once
aaked her what reason *hr
could civ* for the unprece-
dented -.uccew. and expansion
i.f the BrilUh Kmpirr. She
mo. cd to the table, picked up
her Bible and <4.d. 'This.*'
Ihe Blblr 1* -llll with u but
do are >>til. read 11 as the linen!
literature In the world?
Ai the first twinge of pmn. na k
rwo Kennies, one slier ihe .ulici
YourialiVBcarrioihc Iim -Mm*.
blend of antacid -ir.i:Kl i
stomach, nkaaq a qetckry
corrected, and your p-..
There's no need iu let acidity
make your life miwiv
carry a few Renmei (each one it
wrapped like nwcci m mi
pocket or handbog. Itt).
help, it'i high umc foil saw row
doctor. Get Keruncx at any
cnemiM.
1,1
WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING
AI.WAV.s USE
DIGESTIF
Kennies
Ml .spoov. mi a il
VM inlolcuint .in. I
, mentioning sir Ji on the part of the -
i.L,it ," /.,.'.'.. ; -i.-.- 5 ""- .....I ....... * Won into th An,
isod Anally tli
* whom he n
Sherl ck
It is. too. I think, of good aug-
the whole civilised world, hal-
lowed by the traditions of rentur-
gotraflMd and inspire! bv
by Mr. Springer. ,ha, (rom Ine veI, beginning ,,,. , purpos, which i. your
,,""",' ;"- Ml """''l''' thi CoUtm ....."! >'"- '"" commoB i.......,:. T...,t purpon
"am Otago. by Professor .aocuted with Scolland and the ni.. ,,,, |, ,., cvcr
l, from Durham whose anc>nt Universily of St. Andrew s. ^ |eM ,han ,h, irainin, 0t ih, hu-
wlth the West Indies Ever since the day's of John Knox.
tt bo remembered In Scotland has set before itself a
f by Professor I F S high ideal in educational matters
** ;;>ni McGill by Principal and to a greal extent has realised
I like Ihe the south who. looking over a wide
grace and easiness of It
won especial ap-
1 Sa.
"porn the audience):
a University by
SI Andrew'.- . ..
": from Cambridge by ^,"doV;'ThU country7 produce:
nf r, 'IPi: rrc*n">: Tht shepherd solemnly removed
^ Cljre College: an-i hl, clp Vnd said: "Sir. in God.
by the Earl ol nwne. it pr'xluces educated men:
i- from thesouin v.no. loos.iis "" " aim mean-:
:' expanse of bleak moor and bog. lorv and
' turned to a Highland shepherd be- pjrtmcnt of learal
?" side him and said: "In Cods name. ,>,.,,. te search fo
Lt l-^ll.. t ... _St_________IS^ .I.SA ..

then adtircssid And so. although this Universi'v
nd Li new, perhaps the newest m tin.
world, the fact that it is so closel"
associated with St. Andrew's
ros to you must be means that it ran claim to spring
ratitude for the from a tradition that goes bee.
ur you have done me five centuries. I am sure you will
^^** * be your Chancel- agree with me that none could
fctZ-ff honour of which I am possibiv have a better foundation.
' for allhD"Kh there or at any rate be modelled on a
Kftlr1'' Chancellors in the belter pattern than that of Scottish
j^JJ"* *head. then? will. learning.
^Kt"*>s be a special kind If *c cast our minds back to
B^^Bv'n having beej your that early epoch, we realise that
Ptikj~!ii0r and the first wo- learning was then a guarded flame
^2\ ^ of ir,y University, often burning low and fitfully; and
m} amidst the gloom and confusion of
hat the distinction so -he Middle Age. it was on
zealous care ami faith
"^mother. Quo. .# who formed the i -
* look a special in- communities and houses man mind to search
I truth.
Those who pursue that purpoae
RMIll be prepared for a hard pil-
grimage. In theology.
and medicine, u. socioloi:
.
mg and scholai -
for truth must be
artieti out with an h.n
resolve that makes immense de-
mands on human rapacity and
thought. But we must n
et that h
OF ITSBLf luflklent protection
nd misrepresenta*
not mere-
ly from those who want to dis-
th tiulh because it is in-
conveniei t to their interests; It
will com* also from those who
find It Incoi.vement to their Ideas.
The idrilt-i 1**1 Hrapan la
very powrrful nawa4ays and
Il b utcldrd by peoa4e who
are obaeaaed ullh fapatlral
Ml, The result te that far
toe many people believe that
their aaavraach u hvaaan
aroblenaa to net e*I> the beat
but that II Is unique. Il U not
niouih lor ihem i hav the
. | rxpeel Ihr Horld U
^kuoK ledge lhal ll Is the
i. 1 international relations
but also in art. culture and family
lifehaving been .subletted lo a
process of constant and increasing
erosion. The cumulative effect of
this process has been re
And It Is in those vciy countries
where a spiritual background has
been crushed under a load of
gross materialism that man's in-
dividuality, his respect for human
EVEKITE *
VSKKSTOS-CEMKNT
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ol *atn doai ( work fast
plcatvant, iparkling too! Not a
laaative laka it ANY tima.
Alka-Seltzer
Txa irnc s*i
SMOKERS light it with a
LYTIC
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The Lighter that has no i
One (1) BetUe ml I.u liter
The Lighter that has no I
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and gives a clean smoke- ,
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uootfN. OGsaim uOktii O"* <' I Bottle n< Lighter I
Fluid with every Lighler purchased between now ai.d March 3. I50 I
Al all Geed Drtu Sterrs PRICE: 5/-
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A VARIETY OF
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$1.10
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CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!!
REPLACEMENTS COST 's
Corrosion
costs IfOU f& tfcoi
DO you know the amount v
Corrugated |na imported mi
tropical countries every v *r '
The figure is ?tonish"ntiv biah. ind
after allowing for new Works ih*
balance represents a heavy forfeit f -
lack of taking proper [/recajtions
Protection is eaay with
Anti-Corrosiec Paint
for every INCH of metal.
FhPROOENE is an ant i-corrosive
paint designed for the tropicfc It clingr
closcir t; '.'it" surface of metal-work, forming
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Rei. Grev a--1 'rieen.
s *^^r"
DO YOU WAKE up-1
THE EARLY SJOWmi
HOURS AND C
BACK TO SLEB"
YOUR r.T.RVES Jflist
BE BAD:
RECTOR'S
V
A Concentrated
Phospheroui
Prepu,*,
lhat is a splendid on,
tonic. Taken in drej^
it quickly tones up fc
nerves and enahk*
to get a trad nigkft
rest. Try it and be a
vincer".
I'rir.' :;tlr. per i^
ON SALE AT
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the cream shampoo
IN A TUBE
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Uiuniul glinting highlight* of healthy hair,
tilkeo toft and endunung. Uac Bo'lfoam
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-quicker to applv and dry. Enough for thraa
iOKDpoot in each tube.
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for private Chrlatma* Card* from
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PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE
'Th* Provoat Marahal'i A*l Iffna
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^^S^h,,0n!LbtJD'd '^'"Br* lo S*
**t IMddrr for any lum not undar
'* appraiaad value "^
.-AkJ^-LC^Ui "* of "--"d contain-
In Pariah of Saini Ptullp, buitliuj aw:
b-nnidlrm on Land. * lh eata.e of 4
CliaihMMr. on land, of Malvin Allryne
-iid* of (he e.tte of O. Saraaani
'dfe'd'. and on a road cltht fen w i
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rer.
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fOO*fpt. caJbtd vT^Tabtl Ui *wraatoaorit
n*a bean taatad and proved by Tn~r1'
in America, and la now avft*aha al all
-hemlata here Oa| Vl-Taba fro** yaur
-hemlat today. Put It to th* (eat Saa th*
Ma improvement in 34 haura. Tah* th*
lull bottle, ahirh laata **|M amya, uadar
i a. poatUr* ruarant** that It taaat aatka
yoa full of vltour. aaarry and niaJHy.
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"riom. ij' ixvtroon.
front win.
..^Il T "'"'d 'lm,% current tca>*the>
It oan be

D^ARC^' A TOTT.
Auciio.;eeT ft RcaJ Ertale Acer*..
?2 . to in
REAL ESTATr"


"ill be rrcctved by th.
lie- ,: .1
e jam
I
10 2 507n
NOTICE
SEAIaU) TENDERS in duplirata rnarhe-l
on lb* envelope- TEN]inn rxm
will b* lecaivod by the Clark oi lh-
V carry up to 13 o'clock noon on Monda
the *ui day of March, ItM. for Hi
utita aa may from lime to iimr -
ordarvd tor th* Urm of on* year cor.
~^ on the lat day ..f Aprii next
MUJC
BRXAD
----- ,-----------------oMnat muat aand In a
lettar. alond with the fonder, aiajned l
'wo properly qualified paraau meinbar* of th* Veatrv. tallna; Ihalr
-v.Hinamoai to bacorna bound with th-
T*rahr*r. In th* *v*nt of their Tender
baaan accepted, for lh* due fulflbnetd
of th* Contract.
WIUi reaped to tha Tender fr Frca,-
Mllh. lh* probable quantity required fo-
on year i* 34.000 tallona and the Veaii
'""w lh* rt-ht to accept th* lende
of rnora than on* paraon far 'hat auppl-
ol thl* article, and all pmaxm tender It..-
for thia artlcl* ahall forward, along w,'
their tender, a Certifknie b. a anall'lcd
Va-erlnary Practlllonar ataUrur lhat 'h
cart la from which tha milk will be up-
1> led nr* free from Tubarniloaii
Forma of tender* can he obtained .-d
the ChurcftwarderT*- Otnc*
By Ordar.
B C RCDMAN.
Clerk, St. Mlchael'i Ve.irv
'If'tt' 3*190-71!
ri ns\ ti
tiik bjiibui an hvrcb% ararnad tali
..
ii-NDS '-iec Brathwailei aa I do not
rn.ld "L.'->rli reaporuibl* for bl I
naa conlractlnl any debt or debt* in
my n*rn* unlcaa by a at mm order
..rod by me
ALXXANDEK II IN Pel
Powder Hoad.
St. Michael
n 3 so- an
WAa^TED
HEU
EXPERIXNCU} OVaWaaaVK apply
t :-naar, Sandy Lane Factory. M Jame*
MISCELLANEOUS
WQD HOME for w*ll-tr*ln*d houa*
Do. alao Oat, .female* Apr
P-Ini Baach, lUatingi TWephonc H*;
31 I W
F-NGLJ.8H WOMAN a**k funilahci
ajM with Born* cooklnf facilUca N
civic* needed Moderat* rent rli<
li- Bardon. Poata Reilante. Brldfe
^lr-Con/J.
-'srrLLAitous
BUM ~ "Bond* Statkla- In Pk*t
Bottlei at Ota. each Bartiiniii Aanc*"
1 ,d ** 9t .. a aa_*
WoHhl"*

fom t.oWi aq ft in 12.100
"uid recent I v built, nrid - I
- r*h wt fn
r enn b* arrangad.
II 3 SO Ifn
I
dwelling house albi
"' nrldiretown. 'adlolnlng th* pr*>
-rl*M occupied bv The rVi-nn H*v Rum
' .ndlng on 1.51* aquare fee
lanJ The dwelling lni'.i-
he** -rni in Ihe 'on

it* for bualnaea.
lh* particular* apply ta tha
Th* .hov* win he net up for sal* by
-
i><

CABnlNC.TON 1, SEA1.Y
Solicitor-
14 3 50 iOn
hocsi: M.-l !
h*M aa ft. Fruit ,.v. VaaMaMi

Pig*. <
54 C Co
PROPBBTIV k Rock 'It
Small mum-in each having gOOO *q i
fl of land and a good Hou d dining room ill
k'tchen. Wnlar Toilet and Rath anr1
ughl >*rlce taOOO each
Another Bton* wall Bui lahn* ' T"
Village 9t Jamaa tardinar -. '. In an
acre ot land. Houe* hat open >n..i.dah
-Mo .J. bedmomi1
r.a-h with .' .*. bath I
Pricea vmy altractlva For all P*rO-1
LAND in 3 'ota it acre*'. .3 rd* 4 per !
r Latn' Plantation, St [
Mhrha*l.*Tha iwo latter on front roa
-)-!. 'dm .- ,!'.- .re .iva.li.hle
rranonabl* niter acrepled Apply to |
H |t.,.ta,.... Bnltona Hll -
Of ,1-..'. UM 33 3 50in
WORTH)

f>>lour-cr*te ftoorB.
...
MTMettandB Ui two aia Balwnlti
. ,-.
lining* Ihmita room and Ultra Modem
i
-trie light fitting* through |
Two tag aj
entirely '
,-l.we.l Pa-
:. -
Kb. BW M J la .
nrt.ifiiiT
Ih-tr-ct C Police St.iti.ML
*lrm within *- r*


nctt. Beirut offer.i fo' ,
'-.r the mh;i of 3.300 ,
4ortga*e for half the .-mount AjW 1

IdB
MARnrri'v. "t -n fi
. .

Timber, having line floor-, on a etnn
' mndatton
ning room i Tw.i-Car


*-'h Applv- Ralph A Be-ird. Hard-
ood Alley Phon* 4*t3
VI 9" In
__ rul-Vu* at 110.9
... nnd Filma .1 B c each Barbado*
TOVMaV Amwrlcen. aJ*o far* clotha
Broad Btratt tCarnar McOragor *%^
CHILD'S DBOP-SIDE COT and aaat-
reai fM 0t Apply Mr* Head. Palm
Searh. Haatlna.. T%*aphone "' ^
ANTIQUBt of **wy da*.-rir.u^.
Qlaav China, old Jawala. On* "**.
Wataraokwari Early book*. Uap*. Auto-
gnapha. ate al Ourrtngaa Antique Bbap,
adiotning Ba**J Yacht Club
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EXPANDED
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Xa. 41CO
rark, railing* ''
Cofcrrid.
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How to Banish
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k_ a> ulw. ItaM KWi rw a,
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SMXIALISI IS llll.ll (.KMH IR.illKlV
Mlll> ml m.\o\
. . Fttrmrrl.
HI VOX A III. \IM\
HAL UTATK AGENT AlCTIOM U 1<>K
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
A representative of our
Firm will be leaving for
ind on the 28th
lary and will be
contacting several of the
leading Real Estate
Agencies in London.
We feel that this is a
unique opportunity for
property owners here to
negotiate in the English
market for the sale, lease
or rental of their local
properties. Those wish-
1 lake advantage of
our services on the cus-
tomary commission basis.
are asked to send us full
particulars and prices of
their properties not later
than 27th February.
BARBADOS REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
HASTINGS MOTEL,
Phone 2336
AbUUVAU By B W I A i
FVtan Trlnadad: Kale Matte k. Ka>
Mat toe kt, Slanlev Mattock*. Martin
t.Udv* Shirlev. Mary Rl- i
Buaaeii. Johnnie Ruaaell
From AnugBia limn B-.i' I
Ifcerbe.. Barbara Baleatar
From Jamaaoa: Mr Oranllev Adam*
OP. Mr. Waiter Keece KC 111.
Ixcailency AWL 9avaga>. and Mr.
S-rvag*. Dalermple Oabb. Hebecca Reecc.
i-idy MonrnerTe. Mr O Johnson
From Grenada: Olive Tulman. Elai.> i
r.ator. Lucy Melcrier. Margaret Rtchard.
Katheln* Bagteraby. Dan Lyon*
IIEPAHTUBKO MT B W.I A I.
>-or Tnnldad: M>. Clam-nt Chaddcr-
ton NW Algernon Franpton. Mr Jc*.-pi
-ra^alfray Ml** V*rna Read, Mr Partm -
aon Bvtvoc. Mr Cecil Bury. Mr*
Joaephlne Scon'.lcbur.'. Mia* laaiene
It"". Mr> Ada Oeborne. Mr Roy Olb-
in, Mr Mom* Weiler, Mr John
.ham. Sat Newnham Wuriay. Mia G
Iterean. Mr Q Ueramn. Mr* Bv*l>n
Sampaon. Mstr Stephen 9arnpaon. Mi'r
Michael SanMMJan. Mr O Kjugnt Mi .
Aarar* Loula, Mr Edgar Maradrn. Mi.a
Wrndy OafTnay. Mr. Mary Uafln*>. M14
Mttholl Qaamay, Mr r,.*.., %*._:
Mia Mary Hurah. Ml** ICathanne Mm
tan. Mr. Thornaa Mfwaan, M
Ball. Mr attlaabaU. BnlL Sir Allan
Coltvmore K T Mr Qranite. Adam*
M - I' Mr llutt Mr* Ituit Mr Hnirv
lord. Rev rredactck Mallalieu.
For Rrltbrh Oulana: Bar. .Warren
uunr 9tead Mr John Stead.
Mr fecil Jordan. Mr iha-ae
Crdelena Crean. Mr John Tt.ei-t.iv
Kannw.v Mr Gordon Gunn. Mr llegu >-..
Stone, Mr* Boa* Bton*, Mia* LaueBl
Stone. Mre EWelyn Hone. Matr Rav-
m.a*d Stone. Mua (tml Stone. Mr
t^uarle* O'Dnnncll Mr Colin 0"TJonn*ll
Hi John ramandt*.
Rca Billea
S.S. "CUSTODIAN"
S.S. TACTICIAN"
S.S. "LLOiTX*REST '
London

I-ondon
7th Feb. 27th Feb.
17th Feb 4th Mar.
25th Feb. 13th Mar.
nOMEYYARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
V**Bai, Far CVbbm ta Barbtuld*
SS. "SPECIALIST" .. Uvvrfjool ^7th Feb.
Fr fmrUtrr Infornutlon apply *
DA COSTA ft CO.. LTL -Agent*.
Canadian National Steamships
Mil rtinoi Ml
LADY RODNEY
: A1YI \ri.N. (|
CANADIAN
CHALLEHOBH
IADY RODNEY
I-ADY Ml
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IAI1Y NEl.StlN
LADY RODNEY
*]
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l*h Apr
3rd June
Jrd .
BM htar

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9th Apr
Iltl,
aTBi
Din
May
.Strange Rod Cloud
10 Miles Long
ION. F*b. 21.
Reports u( "stninge red cloud
about 10 D lie Turco-
Russlan frontier last night, prob-
ably evidenciiit! Russian iiidio
avtivity expei imenls. were dis-
counted here to-day. People were
merely teeing a good example of
the Aurora BorealU; a spokesman
of the Ro>al Observatory at
Greenish told Rcutrr. "There Wftf
quite a strong Aurora Dorealls last
night. It was clearly observed in
various parts of Britain, and would
certainly be seen much in such
areas at the Turco-Russian bord-
er," he said.Renter.
MtRIUVMtl'Nn llarr-.d ilail'ado, lb
LENINGRAD PICTURE:
STOCKHOLM SOUND
LONDON, Feb. 21.
British televiewers last night
found their sets were nicking up
pictures from U-mngrad and
sound from Stockholm. F.xperts
blame sunspots. The Leningrad
transmitter operate* on the same
wavelength as Ixindon. The lm-
get, teen in Reading;, were re-
ported to l>e weak.
Renter
IADV Bl H
i-ady m
tADY lUtONEY
I-VHY NFjgtON
IAUY ItOONEY
I-IDV \ri.SnN
1ADY RODNEY
4th Mar
Hit Mar
lllh Ai*
n \i..

ana Mar let Apr Ind Abbb
< Min Apr arm Apr.
lh U^ tth May iTih May
tth June 10th J., itih June
:-. ......
31th .'., Bttt Jvdl Uh Aug -- Wth Aug
lHh All|
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agents.
Holy Year Pilgrim**
Visit Gallileo
HAIFA. Feb. 21
Seventy pilgrims, led by the
Peruvian and Bolivian Ministers
to the VaUcan. niauaturated the
Holy Year pU^rtrrtage to the Holy
Land when they visited Gallilee.
Tiberias and HaUa yesterday.
They will visit Jerusalem to-day
and' will tour both the old and
pew citiea. -Retiler


iri an (Utnfvuu ptoDucr
"" aWMmM
BARBADOS TURF CLLB
RACES
SATLRUAY 1TH MARCH, 1950
THURSDAY 9TH MARCH, 1950
SATURDAY HIM MARCH, I'.'.Mi
TWENTY THREE EVENTS IN ALL
Eight Events First and Stiond bays
Seven Events Third Day
FIRST RACE EACH DAY 1.00 P.M.
The 2/- SWEEPSTAKE will be officially closed on
MIRSDAY 2nd MARCH, 1950. at 3.00 p.m. and drawn
D FRIDAY 10th MARCH. 1950. at the GRAND
STAND at 4.00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from
REGISTERED SELLERS up to 4.00 p.m. on FRIDAY
10th MARCH, 1950.
The Plan for admission to the GRAND STAND
will be opened, u follow* :
To SUBSCRIBERS on THURSDAY 23rd FEBRU-
ARY, 1950. _^.
To THE GENERAL PUBLIC on MONDAY 27th
FEBRUARY. 1950, between the hours of 8.15 a.m. and
3.00 p.m. daily.
All Bookings must be paid for by FRIDAY 3rd MARCH
1950, by 3.00 p.m.
si IISCRIBERS: Free Admission and Three (3) Ladies
or Juniors tickets at S2.16 each.
i IB ERAL PUBLIC : Ladies per Day........ $1.20
Gents per Day......... $1.02
Paddock per Dy ...... $1.20
Ladies Season ......... $3.00
Gents Season .......... $5.00
HELD STAND: Per Person per Dy......I Each
N.B. No Passes for re-admittance will be given.
All Bookings close at the Office at 3.BB p.m. oa
FRIDAY 3rd MARCH, IBM.
POSITIVELY NO BOOKINGS BY TELEPHONE
WILL BE ACCEPTED
A Few More ....
i .union In lli|il;i[i'N
with -
aV> I BOBJNi; iiriiNERS
a- I URUX HCHNrat A. CAN
* - UHEBN ENAMCL MM-i
h> not nan BD4 m lnafn
lta> sure'
II VIEW GUEST
HOUSE
HssUiurt. lUrbsdo.
Hlsh Clua Cuhlnr.
ComforUble Beds,
roily Storked Bar
BATES:
M.* t~, dsr u.
In. In.I,, ,
Apply :
MANAGE*.
UK. 1.I.I1:.. IK.\.\S.\II AMIOI K
FRENCH UNI
S.lllni i Trinidad
as, 00M1
"GASCOONC"
XISR" ......
'aascouNE"
April 18th
May 9th
May 24th
Salllni ta
rga
MaJrch Usl
April 4lh

May 13th
May Jt>t
For further particulars apply to:
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.lllioiiiiri'iiii'iil
C. F. HARRISON'S WOOD-WORKINCi DEPART-
MENT will now undertake Cutting, Slabbing,
Thicknt'sj.in>;, PIadI i NlttMMtaV
specilications. For information and quotations
apply to the Manager, Mr. IfiaTHll (toL 41tT)
Hours U u.m. to 4 p in (t'Mtp: 11 .1 m. lu 11! noon)
I Oil SAUL
"CARLDIEM,"-St. Lawrence
TABLDIEM". tL I.:iwi.-n.v Fully furnished, l.lnrn und
Cutlery etc. rour lledrooius. Situated on th.- B
Ilca.h where there it excellent sea bathmif. This house can
he purchased al a price to Eive the buyer a good Investment on
the purchase price, and it has posaibilit nent. For
particulars. Dial Miss K llt'NTE, Telephone 0357.
-V-W.-.-.V.UHII
19.2 5
G. A LEWIS,
SacreUry.
The -10" Ahead of Us
Class
PREFECT
A New shipment of these Cars
has just been received.
Phone us for a
demonstration.
Charles McEnearney & Co.
Ltd.


PAG.....in
THE BARBADOS AIM
WKONrSDAV I.-KHKI AKV -
KEENLY CONTESTED GAME DRAWN
BARBADOS MAKE BOLD *,<>< -<' <"_ "-M aayjh.V"
BID FOR VICTOR)
In Atkinson's next over Thomas | K.ng's n*\-
lost his wick-'
tempted to drive, the lull edK ng iat jnd going to Waicotl a. 2.,e Trli. n the last
Am did not CO bacs. to but missed and ':' second slips lie mnde no mis- ai,d pliyed the ast Iw
. u Skipper Goddard knocked back. take and the batsman was out ovrr and the last ball nf th-
ill overnight score I (or 32 runs These inHuded 5 malrh to bring It to I
ill'for 8 wtefcets. giving amid had scored 29 including ( BIMj ^ na(i halted 19 mm- 418 to maki! m vie- . boundaries m 51 minutes. utes. The* score was now 112 fa
I wickets and Wak-oit struck a.
alv .1 HIP am British *u 44 Koad continued from m olher quick b'ow for Barbed..
.'lened the;: second in- Screen End and Ctirtstianl gavf wh*n ^ <* 0,bba to sni.k
*> delivery behind the w:cket lo,
Mghl Frank Kim look i afore M had scon J. wi0kel-keep#r Wood to bring oT
ran. the Pavilion end. .ngie. a uoott catch and dismlaa th<-
led to Pairaudeau who Walcotf next over yielded a balsman for 12 runs The scr.r
,ndary and Christian, later took.touple of
on drove for three.
ptffl innings and carried hts bat
m 2 run* Another tnurnament

the day taking
for *" run* He sent
do-*n 21 oven. 0 of these mald-
Ith nard aw
"Ui^md Keith Walcult 1-wW maiden J* ore crept '.Ton,"'
for Johnny Lucas lo Wight. .._.,_. ^_.. It was 2M whan Roy Marshal
was unchanged Skipper C*jmr- rrs Boy Marshall Kins and Al-
rho and Rrrflox now lier'ar*". a- k.nson took 2 each Marsha Vt
.orlated and playing cautiously were for M runs Ir IT
which 8 were maiden*
Uh
screei
"Hnoglssi" Williams. Hoad'i no ,ho had come on from
AUmson bowled from the Sen* End got Carna,:io to ..
end and sen", down a ma nag one of his deliveries TK
maiden 05*DS'l
lelded a single N
I :-c .o gei nis jo in
*rned the Ofth lr .
.relegfoi a bract- minuti Chnsl
I to the bound
au singled to mid ofi i, WM(H
nn for nn eaev *SS l*n ,hc ha" ,r"" ,'
in**', sec- S. Hi howtod ... Wight
one* to the fine leg boundarv u "." rXUT
get a brace with a similar shot Christian! '"
grtsk nnnlhrr
lo the long on boui '' pulled
look a single tr#,Q!., V artts; Tay-
ofl the fifth. gl mid wicket ann I
for Ifl The
was brought on vice King at the ng and MtWatt Jolnod Wight and
,ler
.
bowler oil th. gU Wight
KiiiK t.Kk over from the tcrM
and f

Hit* fourth to the boundary m
i
fn.m ti
U v,
mid on Wight rtnfh
.,. ,in,i McWatl adgd
turned Weckes ^o

the boundary BBd
Pairaudeau struck 10 otf Hoad
. line pul] to the i

to Wight, Patraudaau took Uv
I.....it's Dtki
vlth an off dnv
loplaced King at the
nd and had four singlo
\. Wight took
Hit wldl
: gylor at squat,
and later l^lraudeau pus/ird
mid off for .mother tingle
\\ .
single with an on A
Pairaudeau Out
Pairaudeau got
op oIT Waicott tad
to face Roy Marshall who
. at the screen ena.
red the first but m itt*
'ILlSSC'l
and Lumped bj
wlekr:
was 49 and hkt coi
27 including thm boundaa
S3 minutes
Persaud the Incoming batMi.m.
took a sinitl- |
to send up Ml aftei S5
Penmud* x<*
Walcfv than faced i
maideti (gag
cott also bowled a Rtaldl
Wig!.' .
another to Permaud
Hoad bowled Irom ti


haM struck the pads bill
dent apne.il was disallowed by
umpire Waicott.
Slow iv
1 The score ciep. along at a
slow pacethe batsmen taking do
than being the evident
intention to draw the match The
total was 24H when Hollox fa. -
ing Marshall from the PavUtflB
End made a full blooded drive
to N. 8. Lucas fielding as a sub
at short cover. The ball struck
the fielder's hands and jumped
nit but he still grabbed it how-
ever, as he fell over and brought
the crowd to its feet. Eight wic-
ket* had fallen and Gaskin
joined Camacho. King came on
.ignin from the Screen End and
m his second over, (.askin at-
tempting a big hit on the leg side
got struck with the ball and play
for 31 runs in 11 overs Ineliid M
2 over* and Atkins.'
runs in 10 overs of which 2 vrgTC
maidens.
rUISUHH-l.l tlla.|a *
narrt*H .iiwt-ui !<>. "
r*RatHOS-TM U-I.f. >(ar 4.* I II-
ill' H
r Mm asou
R Marshall
I. Wulhl Ibi b Kim
.1 -i H ,
iMtni t Taytof ^ Walton
C A McW.ll e Waio.tt b Aifcin.n
t^. i tralratl
Wood b Walcot:
NO MORE GREY HaS
AFRICAN MIXTURE ^'*
CoJoua the Mslr .nstsMiv-
k M absolutaly what is professed of it:
A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING
Atotlott m > slits
ajjsjaj
BOOKER'S (Barbados)
DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN
MiiiuHcta'ed ay I. FIOUTIE8. LTD.. Saaerara. Mldd'e^7TTT'^
FLEURoil
wiUHutng
^toagj
W"alB,
M-r.h.U
B MrO (ia.km c
f Trim not axil
out
Lursi
b R
Marshall b Kins
i Man i*. in. 3 i:i
i4i y ass. tt. T-at>. s~S4j. r.i
noWttNG ANALYSIS
Alklnaun
L WaJcoli
V M.fl.i
p QaMM
GOVERNOR1 PRESENTS
PRIZES
I the Governor ing the prizes after such a short
Mr A W L Savage and Mrs. notice.
Savage attended the final day's He also thanked the merchants
play of the Intercolonial Cricket of British Guiana and Barbados
Tert between Barbados and Brit- for the gifts they had donated to
ish Guiana a) Kensington yester- the lucky winners He said that
da) he was quite sure that the last
l.overnor game of the series had provided
to the various ihem with some very entertaining
cricket
Hi f A C ClaJratOOt*}. Stnioi lie next paid tribute to the
nklroduced the thought was very excellent and
u tha fathering, He said added that It was difficult to keep
that Mi Sa< m >!' Ua very short up a good standard of fielding
In the island, after a big score had been put up.
id taken a keen interest in the The visitors however had never
' name and hi some slackened off and that was a great
Blue Streak" Arrives
J \M \K A UI.KBY WINNtK Bad \ ( Utai I hiniiion in Trinidad
Ukrn in his box ., he l.mded on ilie wh^rf on Monday morning.
Blue Slre-k u Uvourite for the B.T.C. Stakes feature event al
thr B. f.t'. >pring Meeting due lo ilarl M March 4lh.
Blue BKnA* .lanii-ica's Dor-
by winner, arrived In the island
on Mondav morning by the
Challenger", to par-
n the B T. C. Spring
; in March.
This horse is owned by Mr. Tags
popular business man
of Jamaica and Trinidad.
Accompanying 'Blue Streak"
Lady Pink" and "Swiss
.eh will also take Dart
in the coming meet.
These three horses are in the
charge of Mr. Leo Williams, who
arrived on the same ship. Mr
Williams is a well known race
tii'.er of Jamaica and
Trinidad.
September Song" and "Silver
ii.ved the same day by
hallenger".
The latter is a grey lilly owned j
r Chin of Brit-
tfa Guiana who is a prominent
dJ the South Caribbean..
Mr. Chin's horse was trained!
Hart of Trinidad. 1
It.ll.l Iladio
l'|-0!>l'.IIIIIH'
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11 p m II "ewe
for that
touch of
^ taste-.'
LADIES'
EMBROIDERED
HANDKERCHIEFS
In white only
in boxes of one
each. Prices per
box From - -
$1.44 ,o 1.92
CaveShepherd&Co.,
10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET


to the
ida' l3
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Km. Hantaaal %*mti
u.r rritk*a l i t" * Watt
lint lo Uie H*iuare lr bourn*
ry and then Iwok a roupl* lo
mid on
(.oddard rrpU.ed Kiil H
Ike Keraen but and hi. aajti
itelded a eiaale
then 1.
u himaatf to pre- achievement for them,
sent the prigajg fat wtiich they
rful.
ttel (SMnted by Me, C.ve Khe|.-
u nor said -h-l it gave herd & Co. Ud. lot Hmneei kkoie it.
pleasure on behalf of ",^lm*^ lo v*Tton ***"*
.1 thank both '
til
i d to Th
on and later Persaud cover drove-
to the boundary.
Wight adgvd the aacond ow
from Marshall through the> slip*
to the boi.ndnrv Bjajd
out the i.
singled to mui on <*fT Hoad
i

.mui ml of pie*.
< UM) had given them for the
:.ight.
He oni] tixretlid th. ( he was
not here for the last four days as
he was away in Jamaica.
Me however said that in British
16 inches of rain
m and January and if
It had not lieen for that, he was
0t .I it.hi: iuM would have hap-
',ete
: ( Ibiurne. the Mari-
ne;
I of UM Hiltikli Guiana team. .(# Lid. le* beat alLmuiider on Bei
ikae __ a ^ a a.^J.^. -ia^ .j. rlba^ laV^I^A.l
Preeenled by Ueetrs. N. K. WiUan
M *hr*t Scon- in ftr.1 inauh VB
:a Hiii-n ChniUem
net- rreeeeled by Central Foundry Ltd
f i Ihnheal Score in wcond match oa
P-rbedoa aide la CKde Ai>coU
IUI I'raMiitnl b> Mi> Wn> Toeatn
Id 'or Hldlteet He..rr in Mcond nuKrn
i> KG. aide to Bruce falraacleau
Pad* Preeenled b> Mr A G. St. Hill
t.il bualfl UKIne moat artrkej)
SB Clyde Wakott
Shoee-Preaeeited b> ateeto Bale Shoe
r0 (or Hiehe.t Scot* in aenea to Ever-
Pad. Prvented by Ueaan
In Iim beat all luundrr on
Uniwrl Chn.oani
im aiassti

[hanked the Barbados Cricket As-
lation for the excellent ar-
rangements made for his team at
tKMtaa where they w ere
log and for the practices
laadiM aide to Clyde Waicott
l'i.
r. Clyde i
filed b>
A Ba
I m bwB| needed
-
Maaahall's ov.
;i bCir.
Wtgti'
ofi teM
aaud played out it..
MaratiaU sent
Wight j
Hdi
Hog a glonct to flm- leg for
1 by Persaud.
At 71 CrtJeJcUrd bow let fruia
I f-rsau.l got a
boundary past pout ->P H
flmt and thet
Wight took ..
I C.oddtird's |
boundary.
The luJ .i. was til
86 Wlgh1
:* l\i .... : i ixir.
After I umli
:
.

-
a single off i.. the
long on boundary.
undaV) >rt '
with a bratr..-
end up 100
aaud i
two sinr.1'
1 >ok an easy single off Waicott'
Mnce hl arrtval and for presenl-
Alur lea
On behalf of th. Captain and
membcm of Ihe team, he thanked
the umpires for the very aatlsfac-
anner in whlrh they had
Mir duties and the
hard work they
Each mrmlier ..f " team
well i iiliililrawl ami they wouui
,. ., Ihll vlall dh
Mi Gi.....I, l 'Plain "'
Da- Lid i ne perl rmiiHr
."HO " w lo John Ti
Ilal -Pre. iiU.I L M ea, g


Caae Pre- ,lt-l In Maaj
Alexander Ha*l> A c HO dr l.i
l--ln oi wmie-
(.ill Bet "T"lV* Hc-i
h. rtasa Co Ltd (oi e*celknt iis|
... i a (.. LaBthai Pr---
.
bBttUH
veraai m l*air*U-
"m ..." u l.i.i f... beat ImITii
Hdibadoa aide to i:\ni.u. Sfea
I it IjalllKH to li
l..r hiilliani l-alt.i .
i- ii.i Preeenled l>-
ilirttd A. Co, La ...ft-.-lent batt.i

Wmhl
IIH-.
|

I

and sent
km.....
bowled .'i place of
, W itl The baUman
ant de-

if th.- bat and went into tha
..I tii,.
Watt had acor*
including 5 fours and was at the
i 85 minutes Tha icon
w read 103547

and open.- nl with a
single off the next ball.
.rnied from the
i -id and got TI

| i.
valiant effort to I

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