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FAGS EIGHT TIIK BARBAIKIS AOVOCATI THtmanAT IT.BKV <>V n H iHfc £_. Hby V^P ^r B H § mini \l:l> i n>i ) H 41.COT1 TIIK ABOVE SIX Barbadian Cricketers secured selection on ( H \Vllll\vfs R. MAB.HHALL the West Indies Team announced lo-day. Full nerM.nn.-l mi Page I. Belleville Tennis MIXED norm iinvnii \v ma beat Mis* D. Wood & Dr Manning —40. 5—7. •—•I. •— \!n Bancroft and P. Pat.erson M beat Miss A. Worme II j Cuke—Scratch. 6—1. 6—1. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES MEN'S DO! IU.f.8 D Barries •* A F Jcmn. II I. Toppin I) F Wotne I MIXED in.i Hi i -. HANDICAP I Mr. Connell It S. P. Edthill vs. I G Foawr It D. Lamming; MKS A Lenafan At G. Manning vs. Muw P Kinj It Dr Edwards Today** HIM Radio Proiiniminc THIUHDAT. PIBKtTAKT SB, US* B.G. Rap,, u .52.-W- U,e^M ** e %  .ML*, SSXaf? i ^i^C^gfcjsJ > Bun d,„.„ ?Q~.|CI Thn| mln nr^ tal ~*^* 1 Black Th, 4.<.iip Regatta CupGiaintsAre Thinned Out "Pepper Wine" Keturns Best OnSaturday My "Big Three"Remain Time; "Beacon Bright" Does Strong Work Bj II.M.kilINESDAV mornn j the track was opened and ations beis-in at an early hour. I rushed out thinking I -iy Pink nnly to And thoi saddler., up and ready to go to the beach. : 2! 3 5 Land Mti* whrn first saw he i but she seems tn ba improvi 'g with tvgry K"""} 1 THE third regatta of the 1050 Yacht Season araV be held o.i Saturday. Starting times and handicap' are as follows: — II. I'.-l.-iMill..11 Ferguson's Exclusion A Surprise Tarn The Mews. T IS AnalymU, T 15 am S*oTUn| a m Wuaio Mafhrln*-. 7 45 •rally Btamklnf. I a lorlala. i (;ii.nt a.n ,aS *BJ Km Yacht Man %  Has 1 W Tellow S 5* YaUow War Cloud R—• .1 2 Van Thorndykr : HUM U tSMJ grooms not .< nil taa ihooi-. i. %  I ,: i ins d.-inrr il the live before no Httfibui i hav' i ould home-i| %  Blali 2 J? Red had hi* httlc pranc%  11 .ill livr in 1 03 llmshmi %  4. Lad' %  • : l'i booh ind %  belter wi.1i w* the imported ma I boa box was I 21' Southern Cross \> %  %  Dor bart it. i &% On | %  %  miiie would *.i\ lie evi-ikl %  cat the %  in IW %  OM LONDON (By Mail). THE BATTLE for the F.A. Cup is reaching IUS cumax. Wolverhampton, the holders, Tottenham, the "teaifc of the year" and Portsmouth, League Champions, have alt fallen dirappolnlmf nt to Trinidad cricket by the wayside. From an original entry of hundred^-, only Iari s than picking Ramadhin. It eight teams remain in the competition. ^^J^^lJ^^Z Amona them are my'Big Throe', whi.h may keep him out o( critics said the selectora migbt Arsenal Derby County and Manfnotbull for aeveral wwks. His n (V e been influenced by the tact Chester United, whom I named absence could Up the scales in that Ferguson failed Intne^ %  w !" 1 in a previou* article in December favour of Liverpool. Neverthematch here but thought Jus exIt is interesting perhaps bo WUt* ">e home team have no perienee mighV have stood him 1 that the sixth round draw, in eaay la-^k bafora them. In the pas; in good stead which they have avoided each jetter teams than Liverpool have Equal disappointment wa *J" < -her. gives all three a chance attemptcd-and failed-to bring pressed in selecting Lance Pierre J to reach lb* emi-flnal tT the I>eugue Championship and in favour of Trim, un tne wooi*. • Cup double. One slip could see however, the consensus of opinion them fall between two stool* as here is thai' the selectors did .. Charlton did in the 1945-4C sengood job under the Cfrtll !" lWJ ;ind hope Ramadhin will not *o< Cable! ILrlKwli.t Ad\wat Com^>0nlntj PORT-OF-SPAIN, Fab. 22 The dropping of Ferguson from the W.I. team was more of a.m. G*n...tnlM EU1Profratnina Paraoa, • is m Thr**/* Company. S o m riooJc to *# %  *, S 41 a m Brltlah MwfnpUf M, Sam CIABM Dawn. II inoom TM New*. II Iff p m. Nwi Analyiti. II 15 pm Mew Racorda, 1 p m Obaarr\*ilnn Poal. Illpm Itadlo Newinwl. 1 30 pn, Take it from Mr. 1 p.m T-iNrwa. ) 10 pm Home Nw froirBritain. J 15 pm Spotta Review. J Radio ThattUe. 4 pm. The Nw • If pm The Dally Warvlee. 4 15 p in 5pm Uelenm* Choice, 111 put Philip Oreen and hU Conrert OrvheMri Pro4Trfnme Par-ide. SM pa* Gener-iily SpeeJUna. • %  p.m. laoWnuarire PUyrrv. Horn Tram the Third P"drBini—. 7pm The News. Tie p n. Newi AnaiyaU, T IS m. Ufa •*• BrIUIn. 1 p m Uarchant Navy BLM Vamp MatWIn Sun W" -Inped did box %  e in I OS Mop | %  D OsfJ held on wel: %  over seven. Th< | Oirfl stamina does not %  %  ip in %  l ..i tho ;inri the ti* li (4 Somehow, I still feel that this will be Arsenal/s year. They are playing Just the type of football that wins cup-ties, and what is even more important, they are having that little extra bit of '.uck which is so ewenUal to avar) team that wins the Cup Final They havi' l>-en drawn at home against Leeds United in the sixth round of the competition the fourth time running that they have been thus fortunate. Furthermore, it is the third occasion on which they have drawl opponents from a lower dll Not that Leeds will be U *.o beat. They have lost only one of their last T me I ml \S?"*e ttTa %  ist,v?, Cka, 1 Fair Echo .auB-*. „ la Ann. To !" B jri". I n. ii^ 1 %  . ine meeting COBCBBW. p m M.-n.V-— from Itt '. i. m Otamillnn PoM. 9 M p 10 SO p m Bandy MatPherwi M.^in. la p.m. saMhana* Pntoi Thamrp Oraan. 10 43 Di.pittch. LI p.m. Tha Ni %  p m urday with a special ~Z? %  the programme in ~ „ Handicap, which is rammV* f "•• meeting nlSj sp^^i long race and tha TaaBal IBy Natal XI Skittle Auss'u's For 74 W.iara II UivadeUem 1 Ke<1 I Ki Ha tillall j 50 Yellow • N %  —The folkmmc da* naM 4lh Hefatl* Salurda* III. 5*h Reaalta Sat-u-dav Ui Man h I 1 '('at 4*lurd> let April ISW ."> Reajaila Halurd .v _l1h April 1 US" games and have undoubtedly Yeiu> struck their best form. If the match were to be played at Elland Rood, then Arsenal would have no easy task. But as the to be played before their own crowd at Highbury, '.hi' Gunners should be at leost two goals too strong for thI YorKshiremen. The biggest *cert" of the round NATAL. Feb. 22. | The powerful Australian team ••day skittled out before I lunch for 74 runs the low their South African tour by Natal Country Dsftricta, i below provincial strength, on tinopening day of thetr twi twelve match ..garded as RI.AIII RANNI* 1 Commonwraith \l In Colombo toxelhei pUllW! 1.22;. pushed I • Apoll'i %  %  He did %  I eaa in tha I saa I have missed out partiapa Coloiaiaa. Dr Kumaran Rata I ntiurrow. they will leave for a n exceptionally sound defi R amata thai are du-to ,, M d the aWaflfla of linn nil Mounts ; i..v itch against a should be at feast two. if oot n XI. three, goals. h and I am will play one "test" Problem game is that ljetween told lid the distan.e in 1.03 2 %  and alto meet Manchester United and < kenad xi rarxaaaiiUng lndi nd Ceylon.—(Heater ) COLOMBO, Feb. 22 The Commonwealth Crick. team arrived bora this evening ireing enter-his year, i by the Mayor of forwards, who are .11 themselves. appears to be the Derby County— Everton game. Derby have been a great post-war cup-fight ing side and their inside-forwards. Steel gad Morris, are undoubtedly the best club pair In the country. Everton tuoportars will probably derive comfor from the fact that then loan knocked-out Tottenham in UM previous round of the competillOB I feel however, that la the A only consolation they will have Beside their Insidematch-ii Derby have Ifaitura This collapse again illustrates the W i trallan batsmen on a turning pitch. Muroney. Miller. Loxton. Saggers. Llndwall and Walker, laded to score. Lindsay Hassett. their captain. made 44 of his sides total. Distru-ts s p i ii ne r St Keith and Getate were dangerous Keith took 5 for 27, Gelate 4 for 33. The Australian's previous lowwas 75, made in the ininflS of the third Test ill Durban. 'Ugly, and at lunch had Odten 3 Country for it runs. Countrj I % %  all oui gOOn after tea for 81. iirst Inning*! lead of aevan runs Austin ; made 58 for the loss of 0U Ickat --Renter. FOUR WINDS CLUB CLOSED FEBRUARY 24TH TO MARCH 1ST For that touch of taste I LADIES' I Lull ul 1.M.P.C l.USi. Tt he has done over Ihl under ars i idb I say what h Riv. %  in Maj Elizabeths %  %  Tii>-'i Arthur Psall says:— THESE SHOTS SHOWED LUCK IN SNOOKER Stamford Bridge. Tie Test !. .ne atta lion %  let) known, hava navai >''ii th. T A Cup. They appeared In nV lU14-lf> Final but went duwu —0 to Sheffield Unite., Th. || bUS pines .,,. Jiri „ t l wtyi( they have been Y M P ii.ronirtatont. They beat New-asbet wet ii th unitowi J—0 in an %  In i STANDARD RRIDGE By M. Harrison-Cray Dejdjr gMHg 1 a> III b I • III f 111 I e> J %  ** laflev-Uxl ttia< A I lie p.araa n i fppi %  %  .' 1r. | Ml Whttt ot %  awapaaaa A n'c '. wuiia ouvwn i m amurlMAi i liu cue. A lout, oi COUIM. A lootbal) game I is afternoon at the minds Baekles Road t aim from the BartMdiri r,,^,, of'the'eoinpetiUon in such a manner as to suggest that otnor teams were wasting their time even entering Vw the Cup. Tne'i against Chesterfield, whom they beat 3—0 after a replay. , %  on Chelsea Hut any repptiUun of Uie Cheaterrti Id fora and Manchestei will eeiUinl> enter the semi-Anal. 1 ho remaining slxth-roua Isaturea one of my two in'st ...r.skiers. Blackpool and tha BHI I rlaaslflod in my top—two i-pool It \. : ; -1 Anticld Road, LiverUlaekp"iL suffof injuries In Ii i:hround ties with W.ilverhamptOn ers and maestro Stnnlev Matthews received a leg :i sa*"' a K u ; t a K v I S IJ 15! : 1, 1 &f 11 I 1* 'I i |a 4iajn S it M| \ .. %  o HearU (forcing foi one round' aou Norm give* lite negative response ol 1 o No Idimpa HouUi reDidi Three Hearts •nd all pass Had the openins bid been One Heait. Mmlil probably "lea which cannot ce defeated, but neither of them can risk biddiiiB vulnerable at Ihc level. a as d>l|. Souih mi.Ht ruff *nn &f • Th. fa! a 11 43 I'M %  111. v dun i Si>uih %  • 'i -.1 l Hariiados Clerks' Union A MEETING will be held in the Y.M.C.A HALL Till KSUAV. 23D INST. AT 8.00 P M. Iiscusaion : 'Tim El!.. I 1 Hit Cost ol I.i\int Chit) lo the Devaluation of the Pound, and the Necessity for COLLECTIVE OKdANIKATION." All Clerical Workers Cordially Invited. EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS In white only in boxes of one each. Prices per box From $144 to 92 CAVESHEPHERD&CO.,IM 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET .-,-,-,,-,v .Jj 0W Wl offer new stocks of FERROCRETE J&R BREAD THE men |.(l\l NOTED / / wl> at J * aft ttakvrivs ami iiwliltirtl's sN ATTENTION YOU car.'t afford to miss hearing the COLLEGE HERALDS WHY' Its your last chance to hear tlan. AND THEIR LAST APPEARANCE REMEMBER IT'S Thuraday Night, 23rd February, at 8 p.m. QUEEN'S PARK Deride \OW and fake yotir m for— 12. 48. or 36, NORTHERN APPEARANCE ST CLEMENT'S BOY'S M HOOL. MONDAY NIGHT. FEB 20, at 7.30 We Offer . Peanut Batter—lib. Jars Jack sir —per Pfcg. Prunea In Tins Brrlrool In Tins i .ritiU In Tins A Macaroni in Una Cheese a Spat-hem Ui tins Aas-teoW in Hoa lomalo Ketchup in Ra-U. aar lb. aWiSSi lassai per lb. RAPID-HARDENING in 37S lb. drums CEWI PORTLAND PORTLAND CEMENT In 94 lb. baa. CEMENT in 401 lb druaaa WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in 37S lb. drums RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEfcW In 175 lb. a 112 Ik. araaa. IRON EXPANDED -. i METAL ', t", I* m GALVANIZED EXPANDED METAL %  a", V. I" ma WILKINSON & HAYNES COLtt l-honc 4>7. SIIIKI I >\MPSIN LTD. USEFUL ITEMS Just opened! HOT PATCHES (All Size*) BRASS TYRE VALVES PERFECT CIRCLE PISTON BH-| (CHEV., FORD. DODGE, Etc) Plastic Handle SCREW DRTV Plastic Handle Philip Screw KEYHOLE HACKSAWS MIRACLE ADHESIVE m IX'* in Black and Clear U HJJ1 BE* BAY STREP Diii*! SPARTON HORNS ECKSTEIN DIAL 4269



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FEBRl'ABT M, 1M0 Tribal Chief Poses Racial Problem ( H* DAVID TBOU KOBERTS) TWO ministers, the UK High Commissioner V to' South Lpci. and an om.nent judicial Committee, and the highest JJl servants of mare than one department have been Sp-ed on the problem of Seretse Kharna's future as J^tary tribal ruler of the Bumangwato tribe, in Bechu-u*. tribal ridel 'llopcauty and self-contradiction Vw,^ ri no I?* marrtare of an ;LS ^ t0 i h i. r * lm oi high poiiics and interrupts the work, (or t'i !" 0ne Hn ) ^ lWo Ministers, three judges, one High Commissioner and innumerable Mghlysalaried administrative nfficiaU THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE mr XHUIK tribal chief, Ef student in England, A i London girl with a g he has presented an —Wtrn to the European [ South Africa, and the •uardians of tribe and among the peoples of Serf*-** Khama's position Uf clear He has the support ffkei* die younger half of his *JL in hi* clsim to the evy probably respect him L?M* prestige he has brought E. hr • La* degree and his 5.— 10 an Englishwoman— SfVriot"a sophisticated com 2*tv While claiming inherited K irtBUtlve tribal rights. Serctse 'Jg BU equality of British —jjj Before the law and the %  -aaiiill-accepted right u> JJT whom he pleases and *-npfr is pleased to marry giakiiig this stiind he turns gjieof publicity on the contraMin British colonial policy. ^jhff contradiction is that finis Is a "colonial" probghas to be handled by the %  MavMlih Relations Office a* Bechuanaland has a Er status as a "High Com|n Territory." and an en[within the Union of South The theory behind British kl practice is termed "tndlpgV. through the ancient triMBo. and this makes Seretse |k M be chief, Minultaiieuusly ndstpfit of African tributes I European salary with perIn theory, indeed, it is __ who choose their chief %  V fuardian power that upUm. Obscure tribal politics Ess*)* a version of the old %  of ihe usurping uncle — tatfssue But fundamentally %  OBUiion is on the Bid* of pfigna, and it is tempered %  jrapathy for, but very little %  np4i"f of, the position of pan wife. The Government Irtnents dealing with the case h s position that they admit %  TsUshlr difficult. If Uiey upIsretse Khanui in his chiefb they will earn the out_BMuty of a large majority tar turopean populaUon of Africa — not only the followers of Dr. Malan. will make his demands for ever the High Commissi QM even stronger. And pfcitMa is taken against fetch seems to have ttksti but has been challengBkl is not finally confirmed ndsl ferment in Africa will %  rivaled. Delaying a i, which was the best tho Bwsaitri Office and Sir Baring could do last year, I made the decision any Indeed, it has made it the local alternative his Uncle, the former Tshekedi, seems to have mtife. Suddenly fMkvntnt were in .session 1 Opect one of those great gwacular outbursts, fraught "pBOon, dnven on by a deep I lor justice, that unite mU all parties. In this %  Wlameiit at Westminster ay becomeg conscious of its nsponsibility for every %  bumble or chieftain, Iwoom there Is a semblance who happens to be l*> • British passport or be M by the Crown. In these fief emotion Parliament SB all things political, %  things politic How easy Bjj Ihe effect of Seretse's an the native policy of tng South Africa? How p finmnber that similar %  amagea' among princely awe been accepted and „ other corners of the %  SStr the British Hag—far ^ Africa? Presumably. the French Empire, chieftain would have tquality of cttlu *eU as in nam. Ice Cap Receding When horrified l.y the atomic ri^u 1 1 !" b > elections journalists have only one escapewrite about the weather. In fact £ **her this winter, m "C^' £ the most interesting story of our Ume. The polar %  St£* P ,' S Cf tr ,rti,l and eaci. Winter In Northern Europe growing warmer than the one before. I notice a series of photographs of an Icelandic glacier thai was a whole torrent of ice on-i snow in 1880. But the latest is Pitiful little performance, hardlv ( UH Modern llih Th* *Kamirwllon M li*W und*r Ihv mpvrvUlon of Mr. C th* Socl*l)- local rrprwnin.vr ll> %  %  aiM<-d Da iBaean, .i \i Cncs tiu II. M. SiuaH. Th rmiiu t#iiow.— -in u 1M Ware* r*r Ml>u ChiiMopnrr Codnn*tw. Miirtiinm H^oi; Inline Maynard tModtrn Hi|h Schoo". •S Wara Zulaika R*VM I Par Mini, Mi. II. M RiuaHi. ?• WarJi Trt Mlnoif Muriel E. Utnhm. Eli*abrih Moure, Modam Kmh Schonli: UIUMN nisriin, a>adrw Babb. Norma CM Troiman Mr j, y BtatfiwaiU htw*a iB'doa Cvnmu InaUtUM. si Mi cnaaia Branch!. Amhum H. M. Stuart); Hllbcrt Mr.\ Evaiurw Irmtitut*. St Jorin Branch'; L Ooodina Mi A. snet-nn. I. ShcWicrd IMIU lone Weakaat SB Warda Par Mla.le tlarence A. Bouinc, Carmen Knlaht, Cynihla Mallows lino. Evcnin* In.t|tute. St Micha.-1-s Branch); Dorcii Kn^hl (Mb* MarM Lynch. w •!<• Pat ||..I, Jean T. Wilson Modem lliih School*' Winaton Haynaa. Naihanicl HoMc. 'Bar. badoa Evmina Institute, .Mt. Taboi %  Branch) THtOHV Ainta Orant. Jean Humphrey. Rachel Evelyn. Oliver Raid. Muriaei Spoonn, Clotilda Brathu.. NCIMMlJi Beryl NMMBB, CjrrUhlM Goodins. Qraca Mucm ; WilI lam Glbba Mr. T. Cibb.1. Joan Bellini iMUm V. Holder). DoroUq %  ••Ij) tMr. 0 KM T Auitln. Cai.il VMHI,K-I ('.. OMiu M. r. HoWi .. i B. Dodge) Athana Alklar. M Irnw Hanwood, Iuiae Haynei. Sylvia Boyea. Mar* sucrue Walkc iMua lone Weeh.t, Joan PrHr.rn ILU Knia Sn*|>hrnl'. aUDOZai % % % % % %  : arda certain merit, it is 1 economy." with the exasperating —Reuter Sugar For London Harrison Liner "Lra.esman'''is expected to leave Bridgetown to-day for London with its cargo of 1.475 ton* ol rellninji .sugar and 500 tOB .^ar which it loaded here. This will be the second shipllarbados for U. K. w yet for HM year, Agents uf the "Dalt.-i Messrs Da Costa & Co. Ltd. K2 In Three Months Ikitr.im Ward of Deckles Road tore* months or one month's lniprisonniei day by His Worship Mr I A McLeod when he wag found guilty of having in his possession along is gallon tin ui whi.e paint which was suspected of being stolen or uulu. toined. The ofiv. imltttd on January 26. 30/IN 14 DAYS A fine ol Mi %  .iiiu I costs to be paid In Ln default one month imprisonment Brai Imposed mi OeoTge Iflll of Halls Road by His Worship Mr H A Talma yesterday for using indecent language on Halls Road on November 13. *se LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP %  <> you wash with Lifebuoy *y*P you feel marvellously refreshed' [aeep-cleuuing lather frees you of **• .kwr* you pleasantly, Irnhnfly „"y not start using Lifebuoy "Soapiodly? r> n: /(Ml\ IfAiS TinI Quejiion ol the minor indui proper hole! acrommoo the reronatrurted aerodrome be ol any real use lo the island. „ Com Prlsing Ihe Committee are, %  U I) 0 I^acock ,!nr.. Mr D. A. I..KIC-S mi lh M| || A c T1 n ,„.„. Mr. (. II Bym and Mi tlon had come up again i"d ol years. 9 k S" ,ho < 0, l "'i' had brought up i M 811L It had not passed U latlve Council bacauaa the Council had l< : j nothing minor in WM year il they had the room. These additional frurilt, uuuld have sum of money corainfl island. Futile iiment was miliitm dollars u, putting down i< new .lirstm of that nai IH' .iblr to accoDunodata an traffic from Cnnada %  realised g was in Ji ccommoci.it ion tor ilu a, it would %  ernment to introduce saottoer Bill %  and arnica irou given no willing til from erlppl i In tbau < ,.r l> Mgafi Here Mi ft* I hotels w.is business b itulu-try was least at the present lime. A good case couUi such .1 phase of local help, if tii< %  plication for relief 11 the Government wag to put on the Statute Book gi. overall provision for of Indual Bach project would he Judged the <"' %  eminent Would liinn til .;. •rai ne-. ss.ir> Mr. Thomas said he •• • . | bsjBBDSsg isataonally, bu] thought that tluti more hotel' were going to reap an Fire Destroys Power Million IN SHANGHAI :he poun'l from the dollar countries. Mr. F.gan recalled that he ha I gone to Venezuela trying i> sponsor a tourist trao. Dd Barbados an;Hi that the development t.f minor mdustrie-i had : with at the West Indian re In 1944. %  all with .it a simitar ccaferatwa In 1946. and of ih : that lh> would ask then lo develop %  mnur indi A resitlutiort was pgW %  i-inii n| la thought that it would be a good thing to suggest to the Government that the question ol hotel ao dealt with at the same time as thev were dealing with BfsfMnt of minor Industl i be dona IraMr, i)(, %  : Industries Bill %  I'Kislation that was pending l hev fell that it would bo futile to pasg • itili here no relation to legislnU< n ni other colonies t>f hould .ippii'iih tl • %  Qovanura i; on the QUI the hoti I thought that it should I known that the Chamber Wi.willing to lend Itg support to any lesponsibl. were prcIM extend the existing ones. Mr. Inniss suggested that I > %  should be apiminled b resolution lad pi.t the matter bcItanUon oil U %  ]* thouflM laeg the solLuon ind | half doll. i | to spend on Un all lid bo wasted if the inmodaticn was not considered. The Committee was appointed as stated Seven Days For Stealing Gilbert Vasanttna i 4l*jsssr:ilry Road ..n day-*' Worship \ MeI*od. Ol steal%  itity of flour the propI H Hunte .V from the lighter Dudley 1 while it was moored in the Careenage on February 21. Oscar Sobers an island constable said his attention was drawn lo Valentine by someone. HO *aw Valentine, who was on the Upper Wharf took a small paper bag containing flour from the ItsfMar "Dudley* and placed it Into another lighter alongside the wharf A few seconds after he took a card box containing flour r rom the same lighter and put it -to .mother lighter He arrested •ta He had three previous •ivietions (or larceny. Carib Union K<'isN'r<'d The Advocate'" has learnt that | the Caribbean Workers' Union was registered yesterday at the K-'KiMiarogOQl I uotPKtt.y SPECIALS Plastic :r. Headiies Eurh. Ladies' Cotton Vests • Or. l-:ph. Ladies' Cotton Panties I8r. |irr pair. Plastic Sheatlng 62r. |iir Tnril. &f MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Broad SI. I Itriilcetnwn gajskth \ •OjUlri into the i dan which wa. Coroner of DbttM lurthei .io|,.uined until March 3 %  %  January accident with the n on Kingston h\ „ monies were heard. Reuben bMk Kail St George said that on January 23 about 3.15 pjn. he was coming from Tweedslde Road driving hit donkey cart on the left side ol the road. As soon as he reached Kingston Woods, he saw u car \l ||1< going acre. i Uoad am Ing down Kingston Koat The car was lius was COCftl The car U ; %  gre;'. the faster. Boti I %  %  Three bdyt load. On seeing thi wo to the right of the road Thi run to the left of thi killed by the bus .old the cai struck his donk. the cart so he was forced to Jumj oil of the cart to MV0 Ins life Second TeiUimon. %  %  by Jamas Ilrathw.ntr B photogi ipher f6r the til) who said that lov* HiiidiT U.S. Arms Slii|iinriits % Continued from I link With .Vest European ports lo ;.i Bg of arms. At the same passed a resolution of solidant with French dockers stnkin r against shippuiK >>t French am,. to Indo-China. Norwaj: Communist posters have been illegally pasted in the Oslo and Dri.i the Communist new s paper, "Ft!I Oslo has repeatedly urged that the dockers should "prevent" the unloading of American arms in Norway. But the Chairman of the Tianspoit Workers Union declared that his men would ft inlsta to sabotage ing of arms. Denaurk: The Chairman of the Transport Workers Union is confident tha: Commun Ists to prevent arms shipment to Denmark will not be successful "We have had no trouble up lo Ihe pr es e n t," he said, "and I ran see no signs of any trouble when the arms do start coming Prance: The French GovernI'loposing legislation to strengthen its hands in dealing Communist "peace' campaign which includes incitement of dockei* to refuse to unload American arms shipped to Europe under the Atlantic Pact or to load arms and supplies for the French forces m Indn-china Agitators Irving France*! rearmament will ruk solitary conhnement with i.anl labour if a Bill approved by the Council of Ministers to-day is passed by 'Parliament Dockers, steel weB^BSn and radwurkers marched in procession to that La Rochelle where the cargo I %  \iira>" was being loaded' by troops, as the doc kit ed by the.ed Union ranch Army ftght.ained on emonstra. stones at the guards engaged in fist fights. 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I OIK mi. MMUUKM ADVOCAtS 7HLKS1MY FhBKI \k\ w *| BARBADOS \DV0fiCTE -.. %  M IW A !" . . Bn< _ 1 II. 11.11. Princess Alice Installed A* i ollese Ihaneelhir Thursday. February 23. 150 Polling Da* THE EYES of the world Ha on Britain todasas the country goes to the polls to elect a new House of Commons. It is an historic occasion for the victors will mould the destinies of Britain and influence the course of events in the Empire and in foreign countries for several yearj to come. The Socialists assumed power in 1945 with one of the greatest majorities that a British Government has ever had. At that time Britain and her Empire wore exhausted by their ordeal in the World War in which they had played so vital a part. The task, therefore, which faced the Socialists was a gigantic one. They had to effect the transfer from War to Peace; they had to rebuild the shattered economy of Britain: they had to replace and rebuild the devastation wrought by Hitler's bombers. In Foreign Affairs they were quickly forced to accept the grim realities of Soviet ambition. This was a bitter disappointment as the Socialists had argued in 1945 that a Socialist government would maintain better friendship with the Soviet than a Conservative Government. Time and again Mr Bevin has suffered disappointment and frustration in his efforts to secure a real spirit of friendship and goodwill between the British and Russian peoples. Today as he again seeks the mandate of the British people. Anglo-Soviet relations are as bad as they have been at any time during the past five anxious years. In Empire affairs the Socialists have presided over the birth of the new Republic Dominions of India and Pakistan. They have given their blessings to Burmese independence and Ceylonese self-governbava watched the British withdrawal from Palestine and Egypt and as their term of office drew towards its close they have witnessed these West Indian Islands seething with disappointment and disaffection as the result of the negotiations for a long term contract for sugar at a remunerative price. In domestic affairs Mr. Attlee and his followers hare faced several economic Their opponents have claimed that these were largely due to the Nationalisation policy pursued by the government they have maintained that the have been the legacy from the British effort in ti.e war. Today the Socialists offer to the British I people a continuation of their policy— ::al:sation. a continuation and 1 the social services and a forj.olicy based on the concepts of democracy and freedom. party in Britain today would attack tail ol the Welfare State, thus the Conservatives declare that family allowances and social services are important Ob of their platform. But they would halt 1" further nationalisation and Would allow a greater degree of free enterprise and initiative. have always attacked the Socialists listing American aid and they claim that they would manage the government with greater econ %  There is no fundamental issue on the subject of foreign policy although Mr. Churchill's suggestion for a "Big Three" meeting has introduced a minor issue. All reports indicate that the results will U close and in the circumstances prophecies are use Leaf. We in the West Inch., ara mainly con•d with the attitude which the new it will lake to the West Indian pad to sugai. 11 is to be lwpc a bararrouiK. of CMatjMI teaching hi an cvrnl of 'remrndoiu altnlfiranre: and I woald fmahasli* ancc more thai this l/nlveriltj < olleae I* not Jaal a Ml corporate In the Weal Indies or even In the British Empire. II b an addl llonal pillar In the itniclure of world clvllhatlon. It H a •piiiual barrier atatiut the tide of U noranre and ml*tru*t bv which mankind U ao frieroual) menaeed. Ita creation b moat llmelj. ., But If, as I believe, a Lnivcrsitv's nrst business is to be a trustee of human Lamina. tran>mitlinf to the next seneralion • philosophy founded on the east but refashioned and perhaps. nUve in iu execution Journe>i across the Atlantic in those da v.ere haza.dous mwrprisei ;.-'! I'INCESS ALICE -itizens of the Caribbean lightly to be undertake was no dearth of volunteers to Wvestigate the position in • %  "•• Indies at first hand 1 would like to pay my personal tribute to those .oluntwn and. In parucular. to two o them WHO are *iui us to-day. % Sir Ravmond PriesUey is. of course. Inured to danser He had good traininn in his younger days as a member of both the Shackleton and the Scott expeditions to the Antarctic The Chairman ot the Committee was Sir ""*• Irvine, Principal and Vice-chancellor of the University of St. Andrew's, the Chairman also of the Inter-University Council for Higher tducalion in the Colonies, on which body Sir Raymond Priestley serves. Sir James must Indeed be a proud and a happv man to see the institution, which his Committee planned In those days ol deep uncertainty, so firmly established and so surely set on the Colo„ght path. University riched by present day expenenrr .. h s Barbados, British Honduras. Ihat k by no means its only reRrltl!ri Guiana. Jamaica, the Leesponsibility It has another task of almost equal Importance-sono ^ (h( people would say of *?£ portancc It has to EDUCATE But. though the lands, Trinidad and Tobago College ol the West % %  *? m, > „ winrlwa-d .slnndi ciUtrace its ancestry to the Asc,uiui CommonCommission and the Irvine Com-.^.^rS^ But it is neither any people a smattering c they are going to starve, nor is n mC mbcr mat ' %  %  "•-" tnd>I1 t, must be above suspicioni ••". --"•-• much good teaching them how o ,„,„,. people in the world who •^ !" u Sgup ol those standj university. a living if Iheir minds remain h „ v0 ,, jd no education but have ana ine DUI ^ v i ,w and .inelastic. A Univernevl r he ,, S s ,-cn lo heights u! exa*.<"e nca (anada Spends 8125.000,000 On Education Of Veterans OTTAWA. (By Mail). Canada has invested $123,000,000 in statefinanced university training for war veterans and the sum will reach $145,000,000 before the big programme concludes. Of 1,892 Canadian veterans trained along special lines in United States schools, 1.713 have returned to Canada to take up residence and go to work, a redoubtab.e answer to those who fear an excessive exodus of Canadian brains lo the U.S. Veterans department officials presented those and other facts recently to an advisory committee on university training, a group of college officials who advise the departmen on the programme. The statements indicated that the pro ijiamme is moving into the final stage. However, there will still be veterans going to college with federal cheques to help them for some time to come. But the big bump is over. Some 50,000 veterans have benefited under it. Of the amount alreadv spent, about $80,000000 has been paid directly to the veterans in living allowances while another $29,000,000 has been paid to the universities in regular fees. Cost of providing supplementary grants to the Canadian universities to enable them to take care of necessarv facilities to handle the large intake of veterans has been about ,/**££ itotil For T0-DA1 Cost C Uviggj |^ Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS ""* k Tins BOURNVHiE CHOCOLATE B'SCLITI S -a McBWANS RED LABEL BEER-per .otUe "''-I rCa IUJVJ COLONNADE sriMUA We have just received CONGOLEUM in various colours and patterns, excellent i i and breakfast room floors or for concrete 1W, -also CONGOLEUM SQUARE 3x3 yards and 3x24 yards earn narrow fuse education, which is a fashion,. rrmani during the late war. This Y QU have all heard of the Exins of the mind, with training which b learning to acquire mental or manual dexterity. I think there is a tendency nowadays for technical training lo play too Urge a part. Admitted^ thenis not much room in this age lor elegant individualism. The social structure of every country has been severely shaken. therefore ncces*. tellectual activity should be directed towards some social need. The leisurely, old-fashioned conception of education has been eplaced What Matthew Arnold called "the fine old fortifying what he • Keep your wonder at area* *nd noble ihinr* like Minluht u.d liiundrr. the rain and Uir -i^, thr wind and the •£ the arowth •* tree* ..mi the nltn f harvests and the greaUirM of hrroer. Kr-ep your he^rt huner> for nrw knv. ledri*: keep your powrr of indirnatlon and keep your ..i a Be." (Apnlause). rote to his unborn tcrna i Degree system of the Uni' y of London. The references to it. to be sure, are sometimes cjuched in terms which are none too flattering. Nevertheless. I venture to assert that, whatever its shcrt-comings in the past, it has provided a means whereby those living in outlying parts of the Commonwealth could ten ttiiur academic attainments and pit themselves against their more fortunate brothers ani sisters studySir James THE ASQUITH COMMISSION classical curriculum" has been to u Chancellor f the was not gj,^. to rC alife that in a great extent discredited. ..r St. Andrew's, which lhe E Xlerna i Degn-e system uf MrvrRTHFi m*i v • M the University ot London, it had NEVERTHELESS Ih f the H Com, |t> dispo9al an ins ,rumcnt o( ^ir James had played a ^ The commission about this needs colhich the Ukh %  of the West Indies was one ot the first lo be pliiniuHi. The response of the University of London. I am happy to say. was spontaneous ii:..i QajBMthatii Froo. Qja sstau* mil consultations there emcrgecl : %  of special !• %  .. links your University College so intimately with the of l/.ndon. and women and ,|.ke a stron, ce has b Uo m number %  *•' pd di .' %  nba^l were the we mean b> "t" ,,,. ver and of the problems with which „ loro an occasion same ine whole %  v." !" !" *"" will be laced will u,, !" ~ "SjgStJ", tan. and •. %  their solution the •ducal !" n ,tlTLX the^exaniol men Has ?.£*..'".i**J.P? r !...1i.. '"^u was not )ust a matter i lug classrooms A University li consist, ol buildlnKs, teache students, • erlcM Mam and C( nl] „olhlng ataa-JI ha. to have „ phil]M n( Alice to the assembly, which he ii Excellency, nd Gentlemen the wnrH <*. a maiw-i %  i""-. „ s and i Is of no valu. %  It ha. to have :. phllopuj •>' .Je ana standard ol corporate responsionlj|in o( „„ at e r honour and reIty. a sense ol mission and a cod. „„. cviuinunHn. of Christian conducl. ommonI HOPE AND Till you will have all those thin I SAID JUST NOW • verslty has to educate : A feature of the reports was that the heavy demand for entry to medicine and dentistry, which at one time created a backlog of several hundred students, now has pretty well been absorbed. Only 62 candidates qualified for entry to medical college are still awaiting admission, while 12 qualified students have not yet got into dental schools. The university representatives were confident that these would be absorbed in the coming university year and that there would be no difficulty in taking care of the 127 veterans still in pre-medical courses and the S3 still taking studies to enable them to enter dentistry. Until the present 1.672 veterans have been admitted to medical schools. 759 to dental colleges. The university representatives reported that the scholastic achievement of the veteran students are high. Although the w are reaching their senior years, only eight per cent failed to pass their last promotional examinations. This is a lower failure rate than that of non-veteran students. Of 1,140 veterans who repealed a I failed year at their own expense figures show that 80 per cent succeeded on their second attempt and these were reinstated on veterans allowances. 1'iovision has been made lor the reinstatment of those veterans who had done a year or two in university, whose grades were good, but who were forced to withdraw for reasons beyond their control. $I00,'(HK) PER TON OF DAILY OUTPUT FOR CANADIAN MILLS In connection with the announcement that a ,iew newsprint mill located at Coosa Pines, Alahad started operations with an eventual output ol 300 tons daily, or close to 100,000 tons .in. one ol the most interesting points Is .:h capital cost involved. For many, many quately MUlpl *• ISi". 0 !?!.",'. h r ?'' "',". —n, experiments have been made in uUlizing SUn. While holdhn ,:.,! lo ear• .,„,„„„ ,„„ or pro(lucl on o( pu p for ,„ ws atrtS. \, i '• -".v dimcultie. have b~n lound in hlmsell or hersell to clur Ion among foreigners ol beJ this Untver>ltv loi cue inn securing a product that would rank with Canadian ..iicca, and lor lhal pul >'""'"""TJ."!,"'" newsprint or that ol the Northern States, made K y rssir u -'"" ; %  "' ' --T r^m !" e sris TOTBLMIiENCE OF COUB lar reouirements o( this area as to the quality ol the Southern newsprint still, l'ie decision ol Hi. TLACIILKS IM Bill CoiVnW ranks as a matter ol controversy among newsprint i problems, which art ol .ills and a good many publishers, creasing complexity, \ ill I I %  " height t'niver.ily ol London in the setbe solved by ua paoand when the chanceti ot lhe p ap ers and the The cost ol the new U.S. pie who have brains and nothing „,.,,. I M in. to al up assessment ol the performances .32 IKKI.OUO which works -1— W..IK*u-ill tl.ev lie .olvcu n r.immlssion to consider the „. PB^H.^OIB. It ic Inu* thai !!..• .... uut mill Is given as at about J100.000 eUe. Neither will the) b. • • ol candidates It is "true that the d u , Thu would p pe, r lo b, 111 1 Ml II "****. h *"! •. the London '" goodwill |n iho Colonies in the post-war Exam nerii bu , hlgi 1 m sur e and hard work There must ba 1 character as well and if you I a combination ..( character and intelligence. then > ha., makings "I a g.al dtliyo I HOPE vou will Ii 1 Uie thing. I bi platitude.. My words have been Midi—id prlmarllj la Ihoat win will have the good : through this t I earth You will iw out Horn Ihi. % %  minds enriched with lhe ladat you will have gained during vc-ury.ar.of .: be ready to takeBut not ..nd inilia\\ bal sonToduv MlTllllK ot Si Michael's \.-ll. al pin. 'i. < Uavj a) 1 hriat 1 iiunh VeaUj nil. rf>f uii^ l It, LMt*l \elr> at 4.J l> 111 1 .-.U..I1 -1 a MP.i si II. p II Mi.lull ( nirinj M SteplWSl'S Bo** School ruturr lll.ll k (ock. sj| .30 v 111 you will agree is only (air because the degrees awarded to the candidates are degrees of London. THERE IS A SAYING In Greek poetry that It Is men. not And so -.. .. perfect II may be on paper, is ot little avail %  %  the right calibre I in this College 1 pi etc confidence. In their selection you have enjoved the aaslstance of memof London and the same strict standards have been observed M the nwk.ng of our own appointI connectlon Wlt h mem almost double the figure* represented by the I Canadian newsprint mill of between $50,000 and $60,000. Whether the cost of the' newsprint to H*a US. newspaper publishers who i had supplied the capital will be at all in line with | current prices of newsprint ($100 per ton f c b j New York) will be an important question lo bci toad m the next year or two. It will be I recalled that in a presentation at Toronto lo a ( ommlttce of the US. Congress a couple of years ago. the WtwapriP< Association of Canada held th.it it had become uneconomical to construct a new M mill, including a large supply of cheap power and accessible timber limits, and that the inly economical method of Increasing a supply of at ffsj for the expansion ta take place in mills already established and t On Pair operating ..is lii Barbados l .\. living Sltenable lhe Gas Company to tell ovrr 400 ,. ^^ M nuItl .. Gas on a .Tlwrnval basu and aV a turrd G a. U not as this paper uf Is d per Tberm--4d ^^ non-combu-. par rbacm lass than the calsdnal „,,. lo lh# Equiv a | e „t B 4-d for as we-U M certain uhU h wh( .„ vnn lhc ^ A misleading w.u incorrect statemixture of Natural Gas. n menu made to %  local *"kiy fcUlUUr or usc wiA our c respectfully ask for the prs pre,,.,,, Gai Appliances Tho to make certain correcuoni^ QUan ty of the Gas being i .ost section of twUv 1,'bcttcr th^: .uoted as follows: vlie butcd b) mMt 0,^. <; mphatieally asserts tha fc f i.n d and wc nlve had no hing Natural Gas is being sold at bu Mt lfactory comments of apBluck Market pnees TO comumen pf^.tion from our Customers; and goes on to state The ^ ma onty D | w hom are using l ^" y Pi*/* Pproxje^ GaJ to^jy for ^^ Q t Natural Gas amount ^ cooking for 38c. it udulteraies thU with 600 C Ft. of non -combustible ess Far from selling Gas at "Black r uussnd C. Ft. Market" prices, the Gas Company liars or has never yet raised the price of %  ried anyone \-J refute Gas to the Maximum Pri which it is allowed to be sold imns of your by the Act under have already operating, and during the past i; years has sustained manufaclosses owing to tit. of Gas creases In cost of coal and with Natural Natural Gas last week, for iiucing the imposition of Coal a %  %  %  I An Indi I %  : I tatlon witl I %  per Then. uld be I.t f %  able that %  snme the ("<*cpau.j ilteuld begin %  ar but • %  • %  / %  m.tk i* con tun i. m fleel s 14 lh people mo.-; ; using of tin i v„>sc who are at present users of Gas. §j lld be automat. N t.i Wi a; Uao, the probablo awaltini the passing 1 and whom tinC* npsu te special •tea. il with all \he farts and detail, in hand th paoy should be expected to continue to carry on at a loss?!! If the intention is to Nation(>as Company, it might be as well lo rei taking place in Jamaica today my Is run luote from the "Advocate" of Fei l %  %  a* praclirallv Witl pporiliking all thost ha have expressed their appreciation at the quality of the Gas they are receiving. D. R. YOUNC. Eni.nccr St General Manager. Barbados Gas C 1 friendh Cri,k,l To The Editor The Advocate, SIR.—I recently came across an old Lodge School Record whicn reported %  I en between the school team and th. ib. ThU was a two:; and took place in IMS at the Garrison won the toss and batted first on a perfect wTcicet to make 225 of which L Cpl Weckes made For Lodge R Marshall took 5 for 41 Lodge then batted and made 219. R E play inn a gOQ %  The remaining lime on the securia day was divided. G.S.C in their turn at the wicket made 90 for S. .Lodge's turn at the wicket only yielded 65 for 9, which H Marshall nude K | csc l. Cpl Wick,, took 4 for v5 and Lieu.Vnant Millar 2 for 3." had the better of it. SPORTS FAN. I >.nunit* -The Ctobr To The Editor. The Adrocatc. SIR,—Allow me to congratulate the managc.nent of the Globe for having at last acquired a grand piano. This instrument really graces such a beautiful stage as was seen on Tuesday night 1 am quite sure that the artists of our local talent will have a better chance of pleasing their future audiences when assisted by such a splendid instrument. EBONY WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., SMC,^ C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTL1 THE LATEST UU TO BfV.IIIT THE NU-LUSTRE PATENT For Use with LOTIONS and PERFUMES SIMPLY DIP THE APPLICATOR W YOd FAVOURITE BRAND AND WATCH YOll PERFUME AND LOTION LAST TWICE AS LONG. PRICED AT 27 CENTS EACH THE LATEST AID TO BEAITI DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WE OFtff OF FOOD VALUES!! LETTERS which ore signed with a nom-de-p.'un.e, but uo accompanied by the customary bona fides mill be ignored Many such reach the Editor' desk each week, and readers are again reminded ot the necessity for the writer's name to be known to the Editor, oof for publication, but as an assuianc* of good faith. HAMS I lb.. 4 lb. 7 lb.. 10 lb. tins Leg Hams \t or Whole Bologna Sausage Baby Foods (Strained) Anchor Dried Milk Anchor Evap. Milk Barley Sugar (Sucks) Barley Sugar in Bottles Potato Crisps CheeseleU MEAT l. 1*1. Chickens, Turkeys, L^r. Taila. Tongues. Tripe Freak Vegetables Daily Large Apples Bstfls** SMO, FUM 0- FUhCak*"' Daltoo Cen* Por**B— GOLD PHONE GODDARDSjJ



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.^U.W FLBKLAKV -j-j. ia.,n Quie Fires Increased This Month n t,E of unknown origin %  ££ out ai Ruby Plantaci Philip, it about 11.30 p.m. *-jT-^.y and destroyed 9} ^fln.t crop ripe canes. tt were insured. They %  (fc^ property of Mr. J S N ,lVDAy at about 10 to 11.00 Q : ire broke out at Wesi.antation and destroyPr*7cres of tlrst crop ripe [L 1 which were insured The Z arr the property of Mr. Pd Manning of the same ""Skged that the Are origfnm a van which caught -# Carlton Road at about Tp^on the same night The tJi laaderstood, was driven CV-. %  •'" Ti, '>' X s ri t-DAY at about 12.4L %  Tfe^t ?np of unknown origin ^L m: *; Sargeants Village, CflBBBrm Christ Church, and C^;j holes of tlrst crop tjgneV They are the property iQprald Weckcs of Rock Hall. Cftorge and werc not • nsured %  g At (1UENT occurred at the \ r of Hart a.id buttle CZgo ai about i.45 p.m. oi. G> between m<.tor ca. E**S. owned and driven b> E\;ioson of Second Avenue. ML Hall and a bicycle owned n of the Wat.rworiu Lrjr.-r.: and naden by Charles CL of St. Barnabas Roaa. Eg Marshall of Government ins on the bar of the bicycle. EH& Ashby and Marshall were Mr Injured KOTHck OCCIDENT took %  lice on Arthur Hill at aboui ,.^m. on Sunday between a and a bus. tunerstood mat St. Claii Greens Lane, City, wub bicycle along the roau. which was in front oi smf** 1 and he ran into the part. The head lamp of his K* was broken. Pi forehead was wounded anu uken to the General Hosbere he was treated anci •njea. i/lMtlilMl WAS ASJ HJW O'CIOCK MTV inwas held a> Phaaals Cathedral and oihei Jam about 10.3U a.m. many cfiilaren could be seen |BdUD|i in the uirection oi i to attend this service. XEXTtNSION mis been made Esso Serviceiiter a. Back Street. A new building psc was recently adoed wu. %  ta store room, two toilets for %  tame:-, a Toilet for employees, %  nun? room and battery charg%  fea changes will also be made Ft* new building. The oh. he trill serve us a waiting room %  Batons; who are getting iheii %  nrviced. The office will now %  panted in the new building ^ %  fet where it overlooks the %  ** St-: E Perry Stuart. Managing BaT ef the Serwicenler, tolu Afhocilr nlerday that in .. To give to patrons. THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Canada-W.L Shipping Threatened PAGE FIVE to find that while the United Kingdom is importing the prim* parts of *he pig for their own consumption. It would appear that they do not wish the Weal Indies to buy the surplus subsidiary prohich are available tn,CanMr. A. S. Bryden Tells Chamber Of Commerce RESOLUTION PASSED -*** **** KKSTH1CTIONS on th,Mil III.,, ol ,h, %  n or ""' %  *' f *•-*> '' %  '•" c~* inrcil.-n ,he excellent steamship .•oimnuniratioiu between ilMet Indies and Canada, said Mr. A. S. Brvden ai a meetine of the Chamber of Commerce held vesterdav. He proposed a resolution which was passed unanimous%  i>. sa>mg that the Chamber is of opinion that the Import J* 1 "" 1 the Dollar area that a no| pan i.miiar Resolutions and forControl Regulations should be modified so as to permu a I L£it£S ^arS?,^' iSi"^ ^ -^-^r n .. . Q ? !"!" 1 %  "' ?" %  !" ?. moun .' ?.' ,rade ,0 <* "ansacted between Canad. t !" ', Son." !" *^ ducts •da at favourable prices." This must be the case, as this year when porkstuffs were to be purchased, the first notice which was put up called for lenders on porkstuffs afternoon, pus a Resolution whKh saould oe forwarded to His Bxceliency the Governor, with a request thai he transmit same to the Secretary of State for the Cclonte-. As this matter is obviously not merely of vital interest to Barbados, but to the entire British West Indies. I wish to suggest that a copy of this Resolution be fori -arded to ail th* Chambers of from countries outside the Dollar Commerce in the various West In%  TO*. It was only when It was i dian Islands, a..d to the President ound impossible to secure any, of the Asooetateo Chambers, with j if our requirements I a suggestion that they should and the West Indies. Copies of th* NHhM ; ,nd Mr. Bryden %  speech are to be sent to the Government here, to the other Chambers of Commerce of die Caribbean Area, to Mr. Youngman. President of tl„ Fed£ aU 2 . h ;imber ? of Commerce of the B.WI.. to Mr. Grant-Maior, to Mr Storimeyer. Trade Commrtrton sr tor thojffssn,' indies in Canada, to Mr J. H Brace. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Chambers of Commerce and to the Director of the Export Division of Trade and Commerce in O'.: Grave Concern Mr. Bryden said: I wish to bring %  is causing grave concern to all thinking members of the community. I refer to tho fact mat owing to the greatly increased restrictions on .'ne expenaiture of Dollars by the West Indies there is a tremendous (ailing off in the amount of cargo wnich i available, on the Souvnbound trips, to the Steamship Lines which aro plying between Canada and the West Indies. On maiiy occasions steamers are arriving with comparatively small amount's ofssacgo It must be obvious to anyon,that no Steamship Line can operate profitably if tttey are on. I could cite a number of other instances of a similar nature to th* api .es and pork products, such as haion. which are allowed to go into the United Kingdom but not into the West Indies. There is only one other, however, *Mln I will deal with to-day and that is the case of sugar. There are no Dollars available for the West Indies to buy many essential items from Canada, but Dollars are found to enable the United Kingdom to buy substantial quantities of sugar from Dollar countries, which could be produced within the Sterling area at much lower prices than those they are paying the Dollar countries. earliest possible time. The Resolution Resoired that The Barbados Chamber of Commerce in General Meeting wishes to express its very grave concern at the fact that duo to the increased restrictions on the expenditure of Canadian Dollars for the purchase of goods from Canada the volume of cargo moving south bound from Canada to the West Indies has been greatly roflucod If this state of affairs is allowed to continue for any appreciable period, it is that the present excellent Steamship communications existing between Canada and the West Indies will be serlciub disrupted, and *r*ntuaUy suspended, as no Steamship Lins can be economically operated unless it can secure adequate quantities of remunerative freight on both its outward and homeward voyages. In view of the close trade relationship which has always existed between Canada and the West Indies, and also taking into account the fact that the present excellent steamship communications with Canada are endangered, this Chamber is of the opinion that the Import Control Regulations should be so modifled as to permit of a greater amount of trade being transacted between Canada and the West Indies. Be it further Kcaoltvd that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to His Excellcno. th* Governor-ln-Executivc Committee, with ;i request that he forward same to the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Rats Menace Bridgetown WILL Bt FOUGHT 1 thina trom wnat I have said I this afternoon it must be perfect, ly clear to anyone that when the „ M mb *" <* lh Chamber of question of the expenditure of tom ie rce with warehouses and dollars is under consideration, the b ""lncss houses in the city are West Indian Colonies are not ret0 ,aK concerted action against ceiving fair treatment, and that lh " r t menace. This was deeideu there is one standard of Dollar t a meeting of the Chamber expenditure for the United Kingyesterday after the question was dom and another quite different brought up by Mr. D. A. Luciestandard for the Colorns. It a Smith. The Chief Medical ,.„ Sim-^irV 10 25SS tf*! fflc r ""ended the meeting ana S wM?K^.I r .l\^ 1 nS,d rabIe %  members advice on The best Literally J'"^al^ m oun. ^m ^n*, actlon :hey should * When these revised programmes throughout the Colonies. Certain' Lucle Snuth tol <* members ly during my entire lifetime. there was never an occasion when there was such a feeling Mr. A. S. BRVpKN job is to save Dollars, and beUeve this me he does a good job. r*ooh the West Indies they a put in the hands of the various an of Supplies with ing paying loads of freight on th*-, ^-ructions to carry them out, anu 1 sentment in the Colonies aaainst \ ,i-t K(l. .Illld .-^l-r%*.^vI • 'II.LII ~_J. >... I 1 .!__ ... . "T ***** of a quantity of 'ulucd $75 was re-rence Stowe of the nchinvar S." He e clothing was re%  schooner, an chord in t\e ruesday. It belongs Marard Stansislans. SOTHfK Hiss was reported by Arthur Gibbet of WorthChnst Church. In this f|pik* a wallet valued $2.00 and Bfel $37 was taken from BBbst'i residence on Monday. : Lo-ss of a Raleigh bicycle M .ttfa "*d 87680 was reported by %  n A. Austin of Messrs s* Co He stated that the l*as removed from outside y.' % % %  .% %  LO! Shop at James Street •'. J revolver valued reported by Otha rutitution Road, %  hat the revolver from his motor car U a r k e d on the indi between Sat!""H;IM R.VIRD of Bridgeajjji. St Thomas, died f !" '> M hag residence on % %  V A post mortem exam•^P* wai [>• rformed by Dr [|>CUiic,. and death was W to natural causes. J 4'RH S< WTLEBIHV of M Peter, gave birth n Saturday and %  fSunday F rltin performed an auP MM in inquest is fixed for (J* ated in this column on Fy '.i thai the motor atr" owned by St Nicho^i'on and driven by Holder of Four Hill, was P 1 "i an :( ccnient. • statement was misleadins 2 was not in\orthbuund voyages, and are coming down more than half empty on their Southbound trips. IV is mute man obvious that such a state of affairs cannot continue Indefinitely. Sooner or later the Canadians will be bread n lell us .'nat they can no longer afford to operate their steamers. ..s the losses they are Incurring are far too great. Th. Boais will be put on To some other run where they can pay their way. nd the West Indies will lose their services, which will !*• alamlty for all of these Islands. and which must seriously affect ur economy m many HMM '-.earners bung larg numbers of tourists to the W< Indies, who spend large sums of Kb year, and all this revenue will be lost, as there are large numbers of paoi travel by sWamer to the West Indies who would not % %  prepared to come here if they could only gev transportation by air. 5 Shortage Everyone fully appre< there jis an 'extremely serious Dollar shortage in the Britisn Empire, and that we all have DO play our part in si.\lng Dollars wherever it is possible to do so within reason. It does, however, appear to me that in laying lb* plans for saving Dollars in tho West Indies no account whatever has been taken by the English Government Authorities of th*.* fact that for generations there has been a very close trading relationship between Canada and the Wesc Indies, and that in deciding the amount of dollars that :he Wt %  Canada due weight should I e paid to This s.XMtio:! .in.i w* should not be put on exactly the same basis as Colonies In other parts of the world who have no close connections with Canada such as die West Indies have. As far as one can see, tho instructions which are issued to the West Indict, with regard to dollar saving are on exactly the •.nine basis as if we were In Cyprus or some other dit>lanl colon) with no lie* with Canada. NoV only have there been close trading ties between the West Indies and Canada for a long period, but the relationships with Canada go much further. K must be recollected 'hat during the worst period o. the Wl the United Kingdom WU BBAU3 unable to look after Re West Indies, the Canadians filled the breach. They undertook .0 provide the ships to bring goods to the West Indies and made the Ueiiniti statement — which ihey earned out-—that they would treat he WesY Indies in the same manner as if they were a Pi the Dominion. In addition, they made large gifts of Flour to all of n West Indian Colonies. which were a grea.' boon and helped to tide us over a very difficult period. Obviously, in view of this special relationship between the West Indies and Canpcars to me that In considering th* amount of Dollars which thr West Indies can spend In Canad'i special consideration must be given to the general set-up, and that the close relationship whxh exists should not be ignored ii it has been are, for the most pan. uter">e manner in which their affairs <-d out, unless it is founu 1 arr conducted by the Colonial impossible—as sometimes hap-' Office. pan—to procure the goods from tho source set but in the revised programme. It must be remembered that most of the Control-1 lers of Supplies arc Government officials who have been brought, up all their life in the Civil Scrwho have, from timei a] regarded an edict (rom the Colonial Office as some-. thing which must be earned out without question. Unless the ^oods are not obtainable within ( the Sterling Area no protest is mad*, unless the public and the .'1 community make nch an outcry' that the matter e taken up. 1 wish to make it quite clear at this juncture that I attach no blame whatever *.o our local Con:ru ler of Supplies, Mr. Bishop, who I believe to be one of the b*at Controllers of Supplies in :he West Indies. I do. however, know that a short time ago there was a public announcement from the United Kingdom that a very large conthe purchase of bacon in Canada had been put through by the Ministry of Food at very advantageous prices The obiect of my address this afternoon Is not, however, to deal with Ihe question of discrimination, but with the fart (hat If the present state of affairs continues It Is %  ml> a matter of lime before we lose thr pment steamship Services which are beta* oper%  iled between Canada and the West Indies, and that inch an eventuality will be a calamity for the West Indies. There can be no question that the close trade ties which have existed between Canada and the West Indies for generations, merit very special consideration and treatment when the authorities in London are considering the question of the allocation of dollars for trade with Canada. It is quite obvious that no special consideration has in the past been given to this matter and that the West Indies have been dealt with in the same manner as if sucn a relationship had never existed. I feel that this matter Is of great importance and urgency, and that this Chamber should this that from enquiries that he had made, he had found out that rats infested warehouses in such large quantities that It was often possible merely with the use of a stick to lull as many as 150 in a single night. Rats were a menace not only from the angle of destroying food,; menace but also from that of spreading' After further who owned warehouses in the ( n> was essential. Mentioning some of tl tlons of warehouses which rail I be remedied, the C MO said that few if any warehouses were raj proof, and a good deal more eouM be done to keep than reasonably cleaner than *-as being done al present. Then, there was very little use putting down rat poison in a warehouse when their in plenty of meal and flour scattered on the fioor which the rats could eat anyway. The CMC also suggested that it would be a good thing .-. warehouse there was someone specifically detailed to co-operate with his (the CJLO.*a) ment In the curtailing PIGEON CHOW GOAT CHOW two of Purina s best and obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.-Ltd-io-i.< 9V Try Some To-day '. On Sale >t KNK.HTS OKI (. STORKS > TOurtit *a.lp T*M 1'HOKNtX Mil win clow tar halt-holKl*' discussion ihciB——. disease. He thought he would bring the matter up because there might be other members suffering from the menace, and he thought it was vital that something should be done. Mr. Innlss speaking from his experience at the Cotton Factory supported Mr. Lucie-Smith'.* remarks and suggested that concerted action should be taken Members of the business community could perhaps on an arranged night set baits and poison In all the warehouses around the city. The chief Medical Officer afU that his department helped with the rat menace in nwre* than one %  raj Continuing he said that his lep&rtment felt that nothing less haii concerted action and cooperation would carry the matter any further. It felt that cooperation between themselves and the entire mercantile community Chamber decided that they a start the campaign in then warehouses, telllnc the Bai Department, the Board of HealFTu and the Department and Agriculture what they were| doing and allowing the campalgr to be carried out on a wider hill as time went on H.R.H. Princess Alice Installed As College Chancellor (*> From page 4 IV %  nniv.ion Refused Above all. you are fortunate in your Principal. A well-known scientist with a distinguished record 111 two World Wars, he brmgr to his task many outstanding qualities. He has an intimate knowledge, gleaned over a quarter of a century, of the oldest ol our British Universities. He has unbounded energy and a deeprooted faith in the purposes for which this College was established which enables him to face I and surmount all difficulties, as 1 1 can vouch from my own personal j knowledge of his work He Is indeed "a man of hope As everyone is well aware, we "J forward-looking mind" have been refused permission to' whom yw •*-" P 1 1 >'*"" trust. import apples from C-anada for a'' %  m ure lhal ho can rel y on tl1e long number of years, as they' unswerving loyalty of all conare considered to be "non-esscnj nected with this University Col* .. with this decision I j %  *** in carrying out the imporam entirely in agreement. It is. "ant task which lies before mm. amazing, however, to find that (applause). this large sum of money should The London partners in th* v, been spent on apples for scheme are no less determined t*fj Kingdom. While Ca-;that the venture will be..* success. nadian apple* are going into J Our teachers are co-operating with your teachers and many of England in large quantities, we in the West Indies are refused I them "have already paid visits to permission to purchase many ab-. these Islands. In particular is this solutcly essential items from Ca| lrue o( lnc teachers from tada. For Instance, potatoes and onions could be obtained fram Canada al very much lower prices than we are forced ta pay In various other part* of the world. He Are. howrvrr. prohibited Irom but ins thrse Koods from Canada. OaU is another Item which the We*t Indie*, have bouckt from Canada for senerations. These are now totally prohibited -nd we are told ta obtain our oat* within the Sterling Area al whatever prices It may be necessary ta pay. While enormous quantities of bacon are goiatg from Canada to ihe United Kingdom, we in the West Indies are no longer allowed ,t will be ln *e re st-!tO e buy v .ny o bo,i *-*-£ HH> More Bags W Flour Arrive W %  jur arrived for Barbados J* 4,823 ton "Alcoa "iied into port yestarw""f has been shipped "is to Barbados ider how these Dullai arrangements are worked out It appears that each West Indian Colony is instructed during the second half of each year to prepare a programme of its requir*-ments for the following year stating sources of suj, This programme is sent to Lonor* _bags o'ldon to the Colonial Office, whenthere appears to be some man. or men. whose duty it is to clc*-**ly scrutinise these programme* and see to it '.hat the Colonies do not soend a Dollar which can pcssibly be avoided. This man. is employed and paid by the British Goveron %  appears that it is no concern < %  n cutting down the Medical Schools who have helped to build up your Faculty of Medicine in which, naturally, the London tradition is paramount I have no doubt that, in the y.ars U> 00***, that Faculty will "be a child of which the parent may well be proud. Our eagerness is in part due to the long tradition which we have In our institutions, and particularly in our Medical Schools of excellent students from the West Indies. We are proud to number many of them amongst our students to-day In London. and in particular we are prout. of one who. in the rfccM international games in London, brought faoM lu this island by winning an Olympic victory, I refer, of course, to Arthur Want (Applause). There is a turthcr reason for I our Interest. As the Irvine Committee recognised, the External Degree of our University has for many years been the traditional "w Canadian Bank of The shipment has mmXZf, ot %  • %  • bags of te arrive In th •*H as ~-' "' "Tiva u [ %  'or the week. r expenditure of tfx* West ^ Roamer" has also Indies, he may be seriously io"•n Pork and head-' urrferlng with long eaUbUahec r to was all fro*y and it Sterling Area, it we cm get it— and this is not always easy. Our total allocation of bacon for a year is comparatively trivial, a matter of somewhere in the vinity of 30/35 tons. Owing to the low standard of ' of •nose West Indians who living in thi West Indies bacon—j war* unable to enter a univeron account of its price—is beyond %  tuty. We therefore regard it as the reach of the great majority most appropriate that the presof our population. We. however, ent generation of students in the do consume large quantities of West Indies should continue tur two Institutions and we are happy to take part In what I can truly call this delightful family gathering. And so I wish you well in the momentous journey on which you are now starting. You have chosen Rood companions for your journey. I have already mentioned some of them and now perhaps I may be permitted to refer briefly to your Chancellor. Naturally, I approach the topic with a certain amount of bias, (laughter) How could it be otherwise? Princes* Alice is an Honorary Graduate of our University and the Chairman of the Governors of one of its College*. Accordingly,'she is in her own right a person ol great experience in university matters—quite apart from any knowledge which she may have acquired, over my shoulder as It were. In the eighteen years during which I have been Chancellor of th* University of London. Under her wise and friendly guidance, I prophesy that this University Cojlesj* of the West Indies will justify the faith of its found*.* and win for Itself an honourable place in the ranks of the university Institutions of '.he Commonwealth. And so I end. with words borrowed from the ceremonies of on* *f the great City companies in London of which I am a member The University College of th* West Indie*—may It flourish root and branch! The Chancellor then declared the proc—dings at an end One* more two process!001 left the assembly. The first was the Chancellor's Procession. H.R.H. Princess Alice, still looking exquisitely fresh and dainty in her magnificent gold and black robe, supported by the train-bearer, and escorted by His Excellency tha Governor of Jamaica, followed by the Marshals and by the Earl of Athlon* with Lady Muggins Then the long Principal's Pro f iasi n a slowly filed out once more. In the revere order to that I* which they tad -mtered, and as the scarlet gowns of the under-graduat 25 YEARS AGO (Barbados Advocate, Irbrujr* Zl, 1923) FOOTBALL Harrison Cnllet-i* w Bvvsjffl The llrst foolb,... season was begun .it '1 %  on Saturday last The College wag gT*ai capped by tne ataasjoci ot C rt. Hutchinson and the loss of I). L Webster, who strained a muscle during the second hail game. B, Goddard scored a goal for the College u play begun. Thai arag score made in the first hulf On the resumption ol after half tlnuH goal for Rovers. K01 tl the game play was eotttUy balanced, and the matin in u draw. The teams wen Phillips, H. F Craves, A H Foster. J. W. Atkinson. J.W Hutchinson. C. Weatherhead. A. W. Hutchinson A I. Flaldg, F. C. Goddard. Wilson R. M Bouvier. Harrison College:— L. A Walcott. B. Boxiil. u i: A. C. B. Pinder. K C U Proverbs, J. E. Williams, C H. S. Cumberbatch. H. E Goddard. C. A. S Hymgn. and Bramwalte. GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — %  PURESOLUBLE. S m r(lsr_s!L-SS^!SSJL A VARIETY OF FERGUSON CARLOSPUN In Floral, dolled and striped designs. Also lingerie designs for nighlie* el. *<>" wide per yd. $1.10 CAVE SHEPHERD & co LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street iff TOP ALL and Into llll WAY... 1950 with Flying Colours Paramaribo .rchase them to feed their whan she was v*r young 1 mav .of th* new University College dis^nooert Thorn Ltd., .ire long run, aariously efT* .Istion. ladd. (laughter) and has ever dive \ ap p tared the historic day was of the** Co'oules, Hisl It is most surprising, therefore, a d**p personal intaraat in over. 1 11 \if tr# -mi MSI u/.i/. o\ nut N. B. Deliverie* can be arranged in the L'. K. II Ml lllfJM 111. (yHBIIta C\atVCI



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Minimum M. lOjST^q. n Z.ZZ *T. **"'* WWII to*d. with • ainr ard 1M1V aupply .h-.^^ ln TO WIlklna^Tirir "** &- %  •J.W. HiiBiiuon HayiMc Co UU l 2 SO Bii. ,^"^" ra ^L"" om •' " und CAJUHNOTON at SJCALY II ISMn NOTICE K J* A1 ^> J TEfDiSls will b* rei by the underawned not M rr lhan HI supply of provifton* and frrwie, j ,., 1? "• d " v *td .1 the Almjihoii-e 5 q 2f ar J 0 i lrwh !" ** nUlk i" ! %  !S. *** deuv 'red at the A>m.. u -e !3. Conwyance by Motor Tran^^l c* ') Pauper* | the Alm.hotuaii irom any part „f the pmrlart. > To I and from (iene..U lloepiUl H .,„. I public iratutiiiMn out of th.,anah % %  j-|C offln.from the Ainvhouae and nrpaee from the houae in M ,\ part I ol the pM-Uh. to t-* Hearae a.^ to the Orave id' Ct irom the Almwuiute t.. Ihn hanro i and the Grarr* N R —The Board <>t Poor Law Otlardwna rraert-. |h, rUht to *nd by R... or oeherwiae. %  *, Pouper. who In *helI opinion, can lie convoved bv aueh meaitl Sumed A. A n (JILL. Clerk. Poor l„w a.iirdUna. St 'oeeph ..1 IN % %  I'ulilir %lt?j-Conlfi. REAL ESTATE Kb Of Un I 1. >n the public tend. For ail Information apply to M I .-' || wiims SANDS. S Lam of the moat Bltr.. I >untniow on thli coart batninjr. telephone, private •wroen Reaeonable rmtnl (or '..le Ayrnla. Planlallona HullUirin. PhOtM 4O40 I 3a?S0-ln kopf Mah(rgany & Odir FURNITURE of ihi. BKAUTY and STRXNCTH. IhU COMFORT and %  Wf Saving Prirr i aeldom leen tocether •Two excellent oblonjr Mahofany raninp: Tnble-. *e.u,„r 4 to B •TJiree %  pectal aeaa of a or 4 each Draw.nji Item caned %  upholttered Katofl-ny Chair. Three Cluna CaMneu. Enrh a Popuiar atyle and we. •Roll front. Double Pedettal aid Bowfront CaMinler-iunk Vanltlee with or without ttyllan StooU •Hlnhly pollened Manc*anv an d Cedar perteatal Deak (or wrltlnf with art and ease IJHUS SX3C YOU EARLY • Li WIISON .% I lt\MIM M.IMIV ALL thai three aforted -tornwj.l' dwelllnji houae altuaie In 91 Mlcharli 'low. n.idjtetown. fadjomin* the premlaea occupied by The Dornn Bay Rum Ompwyi lUndlnc on 4,313 tquare ff Unj. The dwelltn* houae contain* • w-^Twni on the top floor, dr.i-in* ,„.' -lini*/ roonu and 3 bedroom* on the %  erotid floor: kitchen and usual "in nnwea and •everai other rooms on la* around floor Excellent nt* for buaineaa For further particular* apply lo the ui dmlmrd ^F The above will be net up for Hie b) I Public Competition at our office In Luca* I Stree-. Irldjielown. on Friday the Mlh refcruawy IBM al 3 p.m CARRTNOTON K SRALY .. Solicitor* I* 1.50—l(n aWDutr,, i,^. Arrow Brand, teT Carton of 23 Bottle., and JaBe lot MM per Car tun of 34 But %  rradjui Afencin Ltd n | Si 11.1.50— In. %  WYS lUiu Cham, and Rri.ioli % %  rbn tad Oold C Ml or Bottle lUrbado. A ••II 11Aaenciei %  P1ATES White plain, goo _* Shallow , Soup, at 04 00 %  BaV Barbadoi Ajfencle* Ud. Bay i I N % %  <> ~ Fraaoa'' Hard Qlots. In •a*. Cream. Buff. Apple and 10B aatnal Red In 1 Gallon, r^** Per Qallou Can Barbalafarbk) Ltd, Bay St. II 3 50-to POST OF UVESTOCK OFPICKR-DKPARTMENT OF \>• — 4.0M aq. ft Fruit treea. VmeUWe., lovely Harden, plenty of apace for Chlckrna, Turkey. P. ft (Ja laid on Apply: "Soineraei" Behnonl Rd 31 3 SO Tv.-rdalde Road which conaiat* of ._. ._ .-.. rmi Riii'iktvi HBI vvalng I IB w -," !" Baxbadoe Agen. ^^v w D'ARCY A. SOOTT Auction-. II 50-0n --u„ .,. JW or nollLe Bmr r*oaartea Ud Bay St 1 Dial ITJ 333 50ONB Stone Wall building called %  V'rtaCot'. afiuito rl River Road It coniMfi I of eloaed Ralbary. drawing and ,dlrung UlMWan. fB0-|-> tWQ hm4ntmim jau*mi : tolle* anj hvlh. .tajlii^l on TR0 aq. tl of lana rtiee Plalea1 o.* _-,u m , ,nd t.n 1^ in*pecled F.PeHe.t| !" I T D ^,, l(K i tll D'ARCY A SoTT. Keith Archer auctioneer Real B*Lat 33 2 50 In I 3!u *n R^^r. 1 ^,/^? 1 "' 1??^ I MAJ.VWtK. Baln-ml Gap. %  VeJBi "rimiiae Oloav C.-raparc | OM^.^ TRIO w*l| buill and a"ac. ka-f.th other make*, on Ihe uTaaV^liaaMd Muportf containing a 1 so—e o d —* TI:N,)l nr l / S J' ,OK !" I: Sl|l > l-V OK FRKSI1 COWS MILK TO TUB PUBLIC FXF.MENTARY SCHOOLS J^," 1 "' f <" UK >"pp|y of fresh cow's milk to the Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the following maoa btmt 1 8th May to 4th Augu-t 2 11th September to 8lh Dcremiier, 1950. 3 • 8t h 1951. Particulars M Mlll| lMi (1|s ((f sup pi ylng the milk are embodied in the contract, (Copies at which are available for reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office). Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for 'ormances of the contract. The tenders marked • 'Tender for lh| supply of fresh cow's milk" rj Selwols, must reach the Colomal Secretary's Oflice not later than 12 o'clock noon OB Saturday, the 23th March. 1S50. The Government does not b'nd itself to accept the lowest or any tender. I7th February, 1950. WORTHY DOWN Situated Top luwk having a predominating view, 0011• Irurtril o( II* itone. Bverlte roof vid (>>lour-crete floor*, ooruuuing ..( Ihroe %  •edroixna. each having tnteerommunkiting Toilet and Bath, two lounge BnJconle< and one Br oa fc f aa t Balcony a laige l.iuiige Dining room and Ultra Modem Kitchen having bulll In Cupboard* 1 n-i i.umernui F.'ecUic light filling, throuah "uOuidde: Two car garage, lee%  ervanla' Quarter*, laundry, entirely "IW-IOMMI Poeeeaiion imnmUate, £* V< Apply: Ralph A. Beard. Hardwood All-v Phone 4003 33 ? SO In MARDTOW-Standing on 11 000 'O ft 1 .. on aoiid rortt. Overlooking ihe 're %  the due performances of the contract ell r !" l S-roruTl' 23.2 50. —In Ira %  *•' AND ELBCTHOI.ITK g* Tr company Trafalgar *" %  - 13 2 50 t f r g** LICENSE NOTICE L. dar holdei I^jar Licena* at wait bi.ild[• n aoabuck Street. C.t> •'•• %  rate. Dm • A C W WArKINS. fcf&a--..-..u tfSsi. TLrT"*'"* Court lo be h.M -I BS^J 1 !?" !" *"• "" M>'• %  here DIXON B1ADON Real Betate AoenU A**; i-oiTa. PUntation. a*ulldin **?" mm 33 1 50 |a TENDKKS FOR THK SUPPLY OF SUGAR TO THF. PUBLIC KLEMENTARY SCHOOLS TENDERSaxi UjVllod fa 'hesuppiv rjtfCafsu Straw Sugar to the Public Elementary Schools of the Island during the following school terms:— 1 8th May to 4th August, IBM. 2 11th September to 8th December, 1950. I. 8th JttUfjtrj l M April, 151. The estimated fortnightly requirements are 4.500 to 10,000 pounds of sugar Persons tci. 1 .. ,. ,. jicr pound plus Supplies mu.-t bt ilehver.d to the schools every two weeks according to the requiionunts of the individual schools, and all deliv-t be completed within three days. Tenders must cover ..11 reguiremeiiis of the schools during the periods mentioned goOVO, and must reach the Colonial Sojerefary's Office nol later than 12 u'clock noon ** %  Saturday, the Utn Mejch, 1050. Tei.dl Teiulers for Ihe Supply of Sugar to tht Pul'ln I The pgOfQD afl .-t lie prepared 10 furMarine nlsh *urt'tie& for the dug i-rfoimance of the contract. The Government dors not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender \i February, 1950. 23 2.50 —In. BUDeDCNG 1-AND. St Jamea Appro^iiuatoiy I acre w"h encellent eer (-ontage Unaurpar-ed bathing One of >he flneat aitea of the. nature in the ,.land Bare opportunity for ihe rtfht per1k.11 lo acquire a lovelv and pic%  upquf buHdi.ut *-te DIXON . HLADON Real a-**" *•*"** *'" ... %  &o wn i m ." %  ng Phone 4040 ** yion. fale rar-ige. *0a1 1 *fl f Tltr MALL .Near Wafawgord fcta-e St MVhaol PleaaatU old teortd pro r-Vtv -tor.ding In approv I a-re. r nleaaant and quite prlvaU fa-eund —ked bv *ugar bedioorna. largo el %  tabling, errvarua' *c Trill property ta IIIWH %  • • — • ie*.ar>nable figure ranking ll an %  •fracUvi' -enoy-atlon peopoalUon DIXON niADON. Beal BftaU Agent*. Plant* tkni Bullduig r*aone 4O40 "^RJC^rr**PhlUp. Ma-aavetv eontrucled Beuie home with 4 l>*droom.. i-ige and airy land .IjJUveiM-n ,_.ed far*--t s HLADON, Read Jtatate Ageril*. Auc•toneora and Burveyor*. Ptai TENDERS EOK THE TRANSPORT OF BISCUITS AND MILK TO THE PUBUC MOMENTARY SCHOOLS aaaMDSRfl .mBViti fa ICM '.. %  ,. JI i of t artons of biscuits and container me Public Elementary Schools of the Island during 111 bool terms: — 1 8th May to 4th August. 1030 2. 11th Scptrmt" !50. 3 8th January to (ith Apul. 1051. are 400—850 cartons of biscuits of 24 lbs mi .iiierof Skimmed Milk Powder of 50 lbs. each. Supplies must be laken from central depots in ; %  %  Supplier gffi>aj I BO weeks according; to the rental Mhoole, and all deliveries must be completed within three days. Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the periods M must reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later itum 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 25th March. 195;). Tenders roust be marked "Tender for transport of biscuits and patr Milk lo the Pubh IUOIS." waws* treader Is accepted must be prepared to furtB char performance of the contract. Bora* eoku not bind itself to accept the lowest or any The pOaTafJn v.aoea f rush suretMM for the cha* MaTRMlM 4fcoa. tender 17th February, 1050. Vi.d Wife Plan Trip To Honolulu HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 12 Tyrone Power, the mm sUr. and May Form European Pact BERUN, >W Foreifn Minister* vt ell Easte Stelet. including Easlcrn Oernienv. will meet in Prejue in the J>Jre. Ihe Wm Berlin Sot,.11 Linda Chruti.n expect a baby In t^iMiferai reporter today. October, his studio said to-day. A preliminary meeting of repThey were married in January reeentaUves o( Ihe Eastern Bloc '•• %  H 0 1 ""• saddened when Slates was held in Dresden a few ""• Chrlnlan lost a baby last September. Power and his wife plan to sail for Honolulu in two or three weeks, aa soon as he completes his rurrent film. Later he will go on iri Manila to make a guerilla movie, and Miss Christian will Join him there. They plan to return home before the baby's arMV.ll — %  .mler Similar reports, some of which suggested that th, draw up an East European Pact as an answer lo the Atlantic Pact. nave been circulating in Berlin. since early this month. Usually reliable sources c*M 10 the F-ast German Government denied that any top level talki heve taken place recently la' {**•*> or elsewhere IB iho Eastern Zone. They aUo denied that Eastern Foreign Minister ^eorge Dertinger intends to go l • Prague In fmThcar future. —Renter Seeks Police Protection si 'i?? SUCCESS. Feb. 22. cur Mohamed ZarTullah Khan I wain Minister of Pakistan, haasked the State Department foi e illce protecUon, because he boil "Indian fanatics" might make an attempt on his life. Charlie Chaplin Was Best Actor HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 22. A poll to tlnd ihe greatest lllm stars of the half-century place Charles Chaplin as the best actor, the Prague publication Daily VnniTi;. which conducted the poll, announced today. First and second in the best actress selection were Swedish stars Greta Garbo and Ingrld Btrgman Ronald Colman and Sir LouOlivicr were jointly run%  *r~ *^" — %  .., j*.wv x^s.a.vs ntll JV^4.S* iiuinoriuuve sources stated here. Iners-up to Chai. The I'nited Stales delegation to the United Nations is understood lo have supported Sir Zaffullah Khans request, which is understood to be the result of letters. which Zaffullah received in the last few days. India and Pakistan are at present engaged in a contro\ i the future of the Kashmir. The Pakistan Koreign Minister is living with friends in New Jersey, and it was understood from New York police authorities that o 24-hour protection seivuc hi been planned on bis movements —Reuter. Biting Winds Sweep \.Y. City NEW YORK, I New York was in the tup of lay, wttn biting winds sweeping the city. From midnight the teniin'ialun' dropped to 8.2 degrees, eat ever recorded tor Kelnu.ii> i!i> Conditions tff*rt -nmlar to that in the far North. —Reuter Deudlox'k l.racluil LONDON. Feb. 22. A Foreign Olll. I day -aid that a deadlock had bfMn rag*. %  Bi itisb officials and American I panics, who have been over the sale of dollar oil in the sterling area. Press reports had iiaied that the talks had broken down. The spokesman said the missions were to continue %  In January 1, this year the llntish on tons the iiuanliU i I purchased by the sterling area for ollars —Reuter. COME IN AND REAP Reuter III .irliwiY Hnr LV PORT: Sen rreeo-ni rie Sra ~ • in IIICK* stuUnfl of a dying cancer patient. Dr. Sander. OfM time Dartmouth College Ski team explain wag accused of killun; Mrs, .'W). by injecting air into her veins last December International attention is focussed %  t, because of i • filing angle—iCP> Normal Traffic H Kit LIN. Feb. 21. Road traffic batwaaa Wtat Berlin and Western (iermnny was running normally this morning, ...rted. All A-ith scrap and metal held up by the Russians on tha "iitskirt-, ..f Berlin on Sunday and Monday had been released, a police spokesman stated. —Reoi tor GertlatDefeats Elkins Brolhrrs BALTIMORE. Feb. 21. Argentine heavy weight Abel Cestac weathered a duelling last round to win a unanimous decls%  a others of VVushiifc'ton in their ten round bout here last night. Cestac piled up an aarl but almost ran into disaster in the tlnal round when the two men slugjfed It out toe to toe. —Renter POCKET CARTOON hy OSBF'Rr LANCASTER % %  % %  In fait fh* ottiy ."iinin.i iiflctrj hr fhr railing of ihr currency hart are ikese Mifh a ui.nr btiuiir than "MI and a sound SmeiaUu ijuiT-irirnl .' IMPORTANT NOTICE A representative of our Firm will be Iciivinn tot England (in the 28th February and will be contacting several ol 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 wishing to take advantage of our services on the customary commission basis, are asked to send us full particulars and pn< their properties not later than 27th February. BARBADOS REAL ESTATE AGEMCY HASTINGS OTEL. PtTrOMOM I.I 50 In IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION iWeat In.iu I R Alcoa Put.". S F,.gL. %  LuBDKBtW. Cable and Wlrele itrvtoa ihal they c uih ihe following ahlpa through Dae* Itstiaodus Ooaat SHalUn — SB. Alcoa Cei B M Itortn Uueu. '1 Helicon. SS Sprlnawav* -iranne UAie, S S Hetitg. .V. Italia. Weatnall*. S SI Nomeae, S nuftria. S ,?t ^ S I, *;. S .. S i*** H 0 *—*'S S S S v a l.npejn..! Ainelauuie. M V. Southern DUtrlct*, Toronto. S 8 Ahr !" iSS rhemawa. IS Alcooac. SS Nujragua. SS Cavlna. ^UlJLi>4sR \aaivtis-Hi nw I \ I V".,i R. V IIITISH 01 1 UI \ Mr*. O. ||U, Mr lloiaii.: ikl Ward. Pltrtch I-erhTolt. Muriel Der iiott. William Treuhall. Eliiabeth Treul'ir.l*ll Rl n ll W I A I i.lt. Rramald Noble, rdith Johntun. Pot THIN IDA U. Mr. Ana Martin. %  m Peteraon. Undo Waeter Aid. • — Cnrrnen %  attnOf, Herbert Matter*. Irvine Onlrr, Mirhelerui. H MrMar.'ruia Vearwood. Jo*eph Neator. Maya run % %  Ml nvuOi*0*M Ml A. mam. Ralna (iopwani. Khanialltunuiri Det.m. Hamarhtutd Oopwanl. Dr. l.iale SUud Waatell. Mr cordon oagood. Mr *a ter. Eric Hego. I. i_uu rruxisaui Mr Janaaa feUptgapav Vee. CSMtdo Too Roaiiega Baoa mpo RuUi Mr Herrnai M...ph*. Stella Ruaaell, Nell Fit! Will lam. T' Mr Andrew Me.cede* Planchart. Errol Sleele. Elena Ihurle. Mr .loaa-tih Mi-wc Mr AjRaarinl. "total, Man Stewle. Johon Kaht. Carl Me Thorn Rafael lte*i Uan WIIM.". r A Edward Ihirfce. Mr Wllaan JVn Springer, (lexrge Howden. (leoroe Durl(aa. Joeeph Satnanne, Joneph SparM*. MT, WtrWton McFarlane. I i Baa**, \ lemaml II William-, t; Mendiile. Alexander Edward cnchlo*.. ii..mim Pn For be*. Ooonse Pj-le, Hannah i Hesdra. Clemnt* Walti Hayncs. n>,ui<. HotalT i .titter "Sinister Technique In Sanders Confession LONDON. Feb U The British Qoveminnl taiught thai the eokxi\ Edgar Sandeis. Brttllb bu.sinessmaii seiitiMudapest to-day. had ini'ii tba raauH "f % %  I 1 interrogation under pressure." "Facts within the knowledge ol I'.is Ma)e^l^' i. non.v was composed and lie* such as be i id no natural motive for uttering m COUti an official itatsflnanl b) the Forttgn Oitlce Mtd.—Reuter. EVACUATION KOKMOSA. Fob. : l i The Chinese National.-4 Dahttta Uliustn said to-da %  itelligeiue r. %  living within 4n n\lhM of the Chinese frontier through Changechun, Manchuria, must evacuate their homes. It was alleged the n this was to house Soviet tnoOaV —Renter. ^•aManre Wltaon. Mr i Mr. Arvhir Isuuglaa, Mk Mr. (.Tuu-lee Uakd, Mr. Uere-aford %  Mr K Steady Supplj 01 Rftnnnufi a steady supply of bai %  i.im .. %  awkci kch i fruit always tba crop i .cape fruits and iranj{i*s have be* ini iheu usual Thi bought in in the %  Individual amount ol cv.oi:! %  about par in tu i (on ITS :ne now tilling in senaoiunK>. %  %  SHIPPING NOTICES i V C*anbbe" "i. ..nrl l<*Mei..< Aiitigun. Motiteetrit. uiling Satiardat %  i .1 (UU> The Rrhoouer "Rurmj t i I •atom-ens loi Tniudad. *aillng nm. The MrlaMHu-r Pro Mark will aceopl Oar*>> nil I'ooavnger* (or TrinnUd. wiling -riliirday *Sth Fabnuuy I I >IIM rreid.au rtoary'' i • ui Cargo and Paeaonger* Urd PVbruary 1000 II I sciluONEH I.WNXUS AjRtOCIATIoN rr.rpn.i %  Ml MONTREAL AlIHTatAlJA NrnT /I \l (Ml MM I IMI1 f I) (ULA.N./.t IJNK. "lir I'lRirt. teliedu'Od to •an Boa i4m II. living -1 I %  M s %  -, %  .:">.. ... .,. M n Boss 1-OM r. k Imu lOtn. Mcauty Puinl January ''ih, Mell %  iirivuut .it Trinidad %  bowl Thoae veaael* have an Chi lod Har.) | ,.,,, Cargo — e eptod on Triroiigh inlom with traruhlumrnt al •h tiuiana. MarUado*. VVmo-.i i and Leeward lalandi. For further particular* 11 FIJHNBBS WITHY A | AgenU Trinidad DA COSTA R Co. LTD. Agent. Darbado* ,—ee ., .,, .' ra*ii" Btigh oilla -• V 9nc CANADIAN %  I ISgaj i rriMBjj AU'OA I'ATRK-l aallOag erery two ..oka. bruary SOth Man NEW YORK sr.R.icr SB. "BVFJORD NEW ORLEANS SfcRVh UA ROAMM JUTjrT'u \ It! NNER'' Arrlt*. H.I !..*. 1 A .£?*! B t*l.*' co ITn -Canad STENCIL SETS Complete Large & Small ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. AllllOHIHTlllCIH C. F. HARRISONS WOOD-WORKINti DEPART MENT will now undertake Cutting, Slabbing Thicknessing, Planing, mi i.meral specifications. For infoimation and quotations apply to the Manayer, Mr. Hassell (tel Hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except 11 a.m. to 1:! I OH NAIJK ''CARLDIEM,"-St. Lawrence "CARIJHtl~. St. Lawrence, fully furnished. Linen arid Cutlery etc. Four Bedroom*. Situateu on the St. Lawrence Beach where there <* excellent sea bathing. This house can be purchased at a price to give the buyer a good investment on the purchase price, and it has poe il particulars. Dial Miss K. HUNT!, Telephone g>57.



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    I h iirsflut febraary 2 3 1959. Sarbate locate Price: IVE CE.\TS Year 3 5. BRITAIN GOES TO POLLS TO-DAY Xcheson Rejects E. Aid Proposal WASHINGTON. Feb 22 |aj \MIKK AN SI(KKT,\RV OF STATE, D-. n I lalii.ii baa rejected %  proposal chat he should bn to ground"ork Car a fur Beaten Aid ProRrnmine. Wk'i j, fared (he lions.el K.-presmlativrs Foreign Main ftmmiii.r yelteide/, Jaiaaia Fulton (lepnbllcan) asked ,j, i( he would make a public appeal in ,|„. s mr wa 4,1 his predecessor. General George Marshall, hat fcaMhed the Marshall Aid Plan for Europe. Achesni M jJ uhat applied in Europe did nol apply in ihe Far Bait • CrtUeked hs ruitea [or nuluu in lake IhelBltleUw la fonnim. f^ffl POC 'Acn n salt! •.• Ulouah he and President Truman were i • [avour of such an alliance we are no| calllni! these nation, together If we did. II would have exaetlv he opposite effect to the oixwe wish to m him Sugar Battle fill Continue In London IsMaSaH AaWaralei mrrtpandtnl GRENADA, Fob. 22. bn now almost certain lhat a Pol mission will o to London %  B ** sugar battle with British Government %  today's preliminary disin the "Santa Maria" billlI, Albert Gomes In conwith Buatamanta said; %  V a number of white K, btit then' will M no gire alternative-, race the West n delegates — i To acvepl To rejec!. j TO send a political mission lie-open negotiation ( of obtaining 725.000 tons fat guaranteed purchase in* o* the present Food Minify offer of 640.000 tons I third alternative will form ^ %  wl of the two-day discus) schools of thought are alhlpparem. The more moder1 that the West Indies r accept under protect the ilth the proviso that tssion follows up ties of increas%  West Indian allocation to I tons. 1MB moderate suggest reTat be followed up by ., I mhssiui'. > Comproini.sc gambitcompromise might be B to inform London tliat. fcfes Indian polii MtUfiHiiK the sugar question 1*1* time, the U.K. oiler m resembles a "n .Bnaai frmi ilfis.iui %  •her '.n Tircept nor to rei .1 puliticiil misRag imme %  (quaint the IMC GovernI united West Indian de_Jta get iquarer deal B*arn them of the possible i if the British refuse t a compromise proposal i the present M I I — __l Inuiai; -urplus producktB,ftOO :ons. %  ante, who was greeted u : night from a [driven up to n %  J iteps with criea -We L"Uta, threi r QBMppointeil about sugar *r. r'ultpn dm tcntionin.. e prfwnbl* M be MutMal Defence %  Act passed by Congress Baying that Congress n,v creation of a joint self-help and mutual cn-opcrmlon programme by the free countries of the Far East, with American participation. Acheson Mid, 'The important !" ord nrP tlUkt lhla r should hn created bv the frag • and not bv the United States/* told Fulfil that n ixbeyond the his duties to draw the declaration pUUlcly tO the attention of the %  at aaajwn imiiniitaa.—Reuter. 22 Killed; 66 \\ onluit M! At Funeral ASMARA. Feb. 22 Hrmsh troops, supported b evened to qu. scattered rioting whu w-day in the outskirts ffter a day of dMurl which 22 people we. Moslem residenoquarter were Tred during to-dav OMhtl Lates, casttBlltj -.-; %  •. terday's day-lone clashes, showe t that 22 people wounded Rioting neg. I PPM! >H-e when three Shlfta (pro • Terrorists) grenades we, fatO a procession a| about 4.0*1 Moslem*, attending the lunei. j, the Ambaderbo itatlon m.>sr killed by Shifta the day before Fighting spread to Asmara, wner. the Moslems killed at Amhaderho were brought here to be bur <>ti ••the third torot" the liberal Party. — • Th, Labour Will Be Victorious SAY TWO M.C.P:S .. told iho M Dockvrs Mow To Hinder U.S. Arm* Shipim-nls No Death Penally In "Mercy Killing" ICUMTER, M;W lIAMPSIIIKi; Feb. 22. %  a Ail) refrain from demanding the dealh penaltv In the "mercy killing" trial of Dr. Hermann Sander, officials disclosed here. William "l that an agreement whereby the Stale would not preas to penall even i*fore ine selection ->i prospective jurors began Under the New Hai Law. unit utlon demands the dealh penalty, Uw jury cannot lecommei! —Reuter. SIRIIAR KARAM SINGH AIILIW Ml \ A it-ear >4d who a Uberal endld4lr lot HrM \\ Hlrs ( | r „ \, m, |.„„,!,„ in the General Election to-da The %  MaV, > ho lu* lived it i %  gaaajd ha 10 vrarlalee>B u. ihe Ko>ji BetaN iii rtaajMsfftaai a I'nii i tii laisuly. Barbados Gets Six On W.I. Team THI sole (Jamaica) Bdgar Marsden (Trinidad). Alex Draylcn (Bntislt Guiana) aad F. A. C. Clairmonte (Bai sd sixteen playeia lo r| England tins summer. surprise* with th* .'xrvption of tall bcspactaclxi pan bowler Latin Pierre of TiiniciRU. who has beer preferred to John Trim Communist Editoi Acquitted v.i! \.\. rn,. -a. M aLs here in one day was ot Barbaooi old K ntnnri Ttrntrih of Jai me liuu^i, 416 Tourists Come To-day afternoon Grenada': Commerce gr* rtac-, Abou 4:rJ American tourists aro party together I cocktail beach party. —tBr Cane). tP^T/NG POSTPONED ESS, Feb. 22. ^• ur %  :1 meeting ;" • K.stuiur probL^—' %  • bessa postponed %  that certain India or Pakisfor con—Beater. o amve here to-day by Man luxury liner "Italia". %  hose agents here arc Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd. The TtaJ i' started it* eoyaa a from New York and has arnvcu via St. Thomas and Martinique. It leaves Barbados tbj for La Guaira, Curacao. Jamaica end Havana from return to New This vessel has aJreni I re this year from the ilh passengers. Find Mussolini"s SrcrH Papers ITALY. Feb. 22. incoveted lini lb-public, established hern in the closing days of % % %  said to-day. The documents were said to n discovered in the Villa Acquine. where Mussolini had his headquarters in the years IMSIMS. The papers were believed to in elude orders issued by Mussolini. %  etween himself uid Hitler, diaries and also personal letters exchanged with bis Mistress, Clara Pal —Reuter I tor of the Milan edition of the Communist newspaper. 'Uruia. JJavide Laiolo. In one case, he eraa chanad with k) publishing .i articles on posl-war •'r.itment of partisan* m 'K'tlhem Italy lii the second, he was 1 the brother i Guests Leap From Bla/ing Bedrooms NEW YORK. Fob 22. Guests in their mgblclothes leaped to safety from blazing bedrooms when Bra ate through the four-storeyed Towers Hotel here early today. %  i nthei ajuaati down laduers to the street. aid all 45 registered %  lafa toouefa : %  lured were Utei .idnntted tti ho pital. —Reulrr i and who made an in but in first (lass cricket in the recent Intercolonial Test matches l*-< %  surprise, he baaing ban before the seasoned Intei national and Trinidad alow hfjbl spin bou.. On the whole there partisan of -insulting the rton-lteni our" of —Keim i i Weal Indiai The h an > I Mart ( kSH I ll'daml R. Oavtaaswl laXti Q. i"a 11 niiu-idi II. II. Johnson •Jamalri) I*. Jwiirn fTrinidad) R. Marshall (Baruadotii I Pierre I rrinMadl \ I K.M |aj B Itamadliiii ilrinldadt J Btaasaaayee i ru,.dad> K. Trektrail I Iruudad) A. Valesillne tJasn^i i I. Walrolt IliilntU-s, I WeeaVM (Karludipsi I R. Willtanis iBarbad-*) I Worrell ltjihjdo>i 7% U.S. Workers Unemployed WASHINGTON. Feb 22 About seven per cent, of AmenCan civilian woiHers were unen %  ployed last month, when the total number of unemployed had a postwar peak of 4,500.000. the Labour Department reported here This compared with 4/. ; unemployment total in January 1949. The Department said that %  signs that the downtrend in e* ,loyment wee levelling off — Ki %  in' t U.K Expected To Be Self-Supporting By 1952 WASHINGTON, r. Marshall Plan Chief. Paul HolTrnan, said to-day that both Britiat Foreign Secretar> Ernest Bevn and Chancellor of the Bxobequej Sir Stafford Crlpps had told ham %  If-supporting IMUIS Marshall plan Basal ii IPerown (ieis Peei In Beii^ha/i kit H niUrd to .1 specml foreig> %  %  i miig Nothing To Do With SM ialisir .Say* Czech Foreign Min inter PRAGUE. Feb 22 Cudmlovak Fnmm Minister, called a balance sheet of the role Vladimir dementis to-dav lolo ... ,,,,,. ... _„. ,„,,, %  \ "menu of "the cold wa> the wurld peace campaign now being conducted bv the CommunWorld Peace Movement had to iio with Social He was addressing the plenat> BjMtl ! %  '•< e n H> ent frean peace rallies. %  during the last feu weeks. in numer 11 es. he said that the cob war had failed to arrest the po%  iirength of the Soviet Union ant. Democracies In dementis -aid the Amenthe Marshall Plan oounpeople did not wirnt It. the National American leader* have adopted Assembly began a d ebate on %  "naive and dan% %  %  % %  — — l!i .til the C'a*e id the nrilisli Ql MM M -n.onil suit >n Mi B| ulvucate.* BJI 'Ch* "1 'llu\ tven the revellera he ie fergeUea •*B here b> the two assiij %  aafcers al Taeade* the Isaaaetaaee af the Sugar .rnival Dance at Rlveiaarouv doctrine hegeRaany The armament programme ca's hysterical basnb propaganda had failed tabs ahae of the world.' H< menawnaa. eaangW that it hao been effectree barnsna; %* With barweaposss an %  Slates has awnetgored 'he prn' d faain me Bomb. %  a h I < h was defeated b> ted Kafor an end I.DNIK)N. Feb. 22. Cagaaaanlat lad l>ock Worker: Organisations la several European countries are moving to prevent American arms shipments unrte ihe Atlantic Pact pnigramme. The position in ihe principal!.' iai i*een leportc > %  fteutcr's correspondent af "• i .nimunist Party has liJ-OUl ittempl lo Btdp Una. ol American armsaytng thai such anna e Hut it meeting with stior.g oppoulion "HI the non-Communist Dockers nao argue that the im>rtatlon :i tather n UUn refusid* \i. i i. an ..nils are ex%  %  • teo in the ports of Genoa aad lelongim. .oe in the %  I There is eported to be disi reetnaal within the Italiani -rnmunist-led Unions themselves Many tiockers who pravtaaati fhered to ihe "do not unloao i i ihey will hancTlr %  Halland: An organisation cal : the "Harboui Pw Committee" decided to support %  fnciallv'* dockerwho may refuse lo unload Amen %  on war material. But dockers at Rotterdam. Amsterdam and other ve resolved to unload %  'tents iiespite Commun<.rrm*n>; ('..inrounhtt workers in Hamburg announced the forma A On page 1 1.1.000 Metal Workers Strike PARIS tend metal worth Bat Paris region were alread; sn strike today as th< 40.000 workers in the meta mdustr> pMai began %  t.ting in Strikerincluded 34.000 in lh. Nationalised Kenault Car Factor' Mid about 5.000 in the Ford Works he K reat majority ot the worker* in these two lactories. A genera. tnke in the metal warl threatened, follewdng :he iri employer's offerof l|Vf paj irnt wage rtse. t-elings to diw usi action '.he tr.iii-pii t, building. gsa industries '. iiiiddle-clat> to-, hioughout Prat.' I ri. when iwere to cloai irgcnt cases. .1 -ifrkes. .ignuilUir.il %  ud some lawM "oe hour. !h.ir lettaa protests agakest high taxation and bad Liix-rals May Back Sociaighl Minority LONDON. Feb. 23 Britain s Liberal Pan eve of Election statement to-night said that If the Socialists, were unable after the election to form a Government without Uberai support the Liberals would back a Socialist "minority aceverranem The Liberals who are the man third party, added that tne> %  %  •mment If that Hlu> re to arise >' Da vies, Uberal I-eadng the Party's pohey % %  hvrirogen and ate* • botnO to-night. aM the flrsf step i the use of r poo*, the rjtmm way as the usof potaon gas was banned He added: "The onl> permanent way of making sui. never used is to give a strong lead to the Nations of the wor'd 'oematle'i %  erday mat they mink the Labou Partj win be re.\jrned to powee .1 ine ena of tot.la* election' n the Untied Kingdom, but lha. Mr I red <.*ddard f the Ele. tors' Assix'iatlor. igid 'h rt t rv WOUio be retiin.t Ith .. cetai ke to se .he Const! leturne.. *ith a clear mai He felt v.o Colonies mlgh 1 gain njori this Bgfty hMll I "id waaU j robafal) he m nvelop th attitude of bovh the two Parties—Labour and Conservatives—was tooigi-t more of than of confidence I open at mosv places In Bngl I, Wales and Northern Ireland ai seven o'clock in the in-'inlng :ind close fourteen hourinter, w hen counting "ill begit. immediately in abou. 2M %  •r s indutrlal and urban constituencies. The first an \ pec ted o spell tr betch of result* .i four hour fore midnigh: \<>ws On Friday %  hag -on of i.oveiii.r.eiu ih.e> will -. nn, an re of l-abour strength lies m these | an of London. Birmingham. Manchester. Glasgow *"" oil gpfga laraotj responsible for the Labour IgnrtSr? rr'tair? 0V a lha dollar knat i. „ %  „, irrry nw of Any less than \1iat MoiiallsaUo. %  peeaad He believed lha the people in England ginning to sssj this .md it migb' have some l>eartng on the resui polh Owing to the vegpjiigl in B n gta w d greatly and was ev'ill stafferlng I iot having (be means to re-equi it-elf. and thi| would eventuall tell in the export' trade both win regard lo quality and coat t.-nill-ctoretl goods, signs o Cealiliaa. ? Mr. T O. Ursa* of II I'arty would be returne %  %  ven though the majonlv mini bg less than the landslide of IU4> The le s aeaing of the major it m s d id. niiKbi probably eon iboul through il*e all otll iis ware raakln o recapture thei, J Having regard to the benefit hat .he man hi iccrued during the Urne l-ii-n. was in office, he would be verv ii !he\ wen %  Bat he nntglne.1 U sonltt ba Conservatives and Lib I hat. be thought. vai raff desired o% t^ ...iKinx naan in England In his opinion, he would have nothing lo gain (roe such a coalition This would mean that I-abour vould be prevented fr. % %  ulng their progressive schemes, and die people would probabh **k* up to tii id lhat they h* n -tie .i fool of thenis. these seats. for Labour might presage %  Laboui an.i Conservative need• threw their mil' %  rival convaasert Into %  last round-up .,t voters iwfore ctlon polling. %  :> workers lorward by stern nag that th(v 1 %  %  .nee of *M from ihe Electorate, and 'operate" on eveo doubtful prospect. Rain Y be labour side, parti ly, Hie weather signs are awing %  udled. The official predicts ntin and drixue row, and bod weather • %  >> Labour, who claim that Ihe Tones have a much greater ntomobiles ni disiH.sai to take v.. pi>Uing stations Mr ChunMU hag ordered a • .iled l'i here he will watch the progress of the nil ihe ijsf of the urban icsult* rrted to-morrow nlgtttihoui 2M nui ;.ther. Lo.taro NorttM m In land 11 •tiirn-,1 nd the death candidate has caused the postM of one contest. i Clement Attlee will probably watch the fortunes of his party fmm Number 10 Downing Street, his .ifficial resi.vhlch already hag n machine. — %  enter AUSTRALIA WILL TAKE ANTI-COMMUNIST STEPS I1KHRA. Feb. 22. TiiK rgcgntl) %  ban of Australia's Cun-eivativf HotJBg Oi ''numi'iiis look Ith I 'he lirsl ling lo (Igj Thg Qovornoi Qangra] Ucfcell told 'he Houav Uiat lhg Ben "to protect inn community againat thg ui iiuiivHiual.s "In %  % %  ,.' ,. %  The new Gove imeM Is to im' | rove the Nai intro%  a tem of uni-" %  ndnsag.' btatld tap ."he BStd sliengti:.)! '.fie Air lacing the Air Force. \n r'orce I Truman KealfirmNen-ssih \\nVtom (ionlrol 2] VIRGINIA. Feb President Truman a >sa*ech to-da. 11 > %  Russia ha "sheen agreement" Anvthii h li would in. n rggee, tiw dangers of the uae of ..tonne en< ergy for destructive purposs hall n.ntlnue lo 'very pos%  siMlisy Of reathing leal agreement foi :iol iter. floering's Hill Destroyed SALZfHTTER. Bnti blew .., the rolling mill Pnehswerke H< management ha. :i d asked tnat the mill should not be deThe m. ,.; ihat so far as they kne* rgg not provided for in the dismantling programme I'hev estimated the damage caused by the blastlnH %  to hav* -' i demmigratlon and develop%  gg designed to eoi.tnbute moat etTecIiVf, iievement of the stralegic tstnbution of the manpower and material resourcea of the British Commanwaattb, and the intensive devalupment <•( Australia as a vi.al •rea in the Paciflc. "My advisers base our defence pohev on the acceptance by Australia of its full share in co-ordinIrttlah Kmpue schemes ot tefence. .md on the cloaegl co10] -he United States." — (Realer.) P0|M9 PlltS RjWaaM On His Head VATICAN CITY, reb Pope Plus placed ashes on hi* own head liefore Mass in hut private chapel m the Vatican Palace today a> a symbol of penitence for the beginning of Lent. Afterwards he placed ashes nn the heads of eight nuns who ware bis only congregation. The Pope, gradually recovering from his attain of mtlu-vsua last weak la expected to start re. ing pilgrims again on Saturday.



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    PAGE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE CaJtib gutting Gertrude Lawrence chases Florida fish iU^-afl ANDRES DALMAI' with his IM-irar-old violin. Made by Jiwh Surdleitlinn. maker lor Knitand Fmperors "My. from Vienna. Austria. II I* one of ha nml precious po*krionv famous Violinist Here in*-" M Vititinf Hit Sister M R. and Mr* W. B Lauder ..vc m Meriden Conn are ipendin** a holiday In Barbados. Thoy expect to be here for five WNft Mr. Lauder who was born in Dominica is Aaalxtant f ihr H. Walea Line*) By, Muildlng Contra. Connecticut. He left Dominica when he was seventeen and hai been la the U.S.A. for fully sftl yeas. Among the many reasons Doilni to Barbados Is to visit his sister Mrs. Lily Cllncketl Thev arrived on Saturday by T C.A. and they % %  guests at th* II • %  1 Royal Art Exhibition Begins On Friday ..lib spent a very enjoyaol V^ murnuiK WMn HM av ivun :> lay, in tneir hat at ne Hastings. It was pHVUajl to mane a pfW •pacuan of tne paintings anu ut'jwings done by Mrs. ae Kun v.),nn will oe 00 ibow at the Pavilion from Friday February l*4in until Tuesday February iiBtn tidily from 9-0 a.m. to It p.nv. • ..mission Is free. the pleasant atmosphere oi Been to W.I. Before and Mrs. W. Burnham Ball • It) homeThe exhibition is in eturned home yesterday altarlW(> rooms, and in the company B.W.I.ArfVi JL An dres D almau and his wife and acHKpumt. (JaTtevteva, arc i eturned home in Bsrbaaos, and next week they noon via Trinidad by B.w I.A. n lhls cnarm ng couple the urn will be making meir debul to me after spending two weeks holiday M | lj(pcd away very qu ickJy. music lovers of tins island, in a here as guests at the yccan view lft| Exnlblllon CO nsisu chiefly concert winch will be held at the Hotel. .,,,,,„,, of new work, perbaps the best exMarmc Hotel " %  **\ I '* that he had visited ^J fe .^ JJ J ,. whu h Andres Dalmau was born in {' !" f **^ u r Su'wi. hi" nanas in the first room and /nich Argc.Lma of Spanish parent,, .no ltanda .^"; b £ r ffiJ" M T ^ liai bten reproduced in this started his musical education at "t time u B*U> ad !" ine ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ the early age of five It was hi. climate here a % !" > !" ? e sUy ^^.ing light effect. Another fathers wish that he learn to play „" oj,, i, vice President of portrait is one of Mr. de Kuh tne piano, but Andres had other ._"-i Vrncr C( „ lh truction Co. New which Is done in Sanguine, (i ideas, and the age of eleven _, | II Is very beautiful I ha gave his Bi tal %  Punurenas in Chile 50* Below His concerts as a child madf enougn money for him to continu. bis studies in Spain, and in 1914. he was appointed a musician at the Court of the Spanish Royal Family i. he has held many apti in South An* New York. W'i Barbados to get out", Mi sod Hi of Saskatoon. 8s i li arrival i rad %  is very beautiful ana has much detail. Other attractive H .ids are of Mrs. Noott. All Smythies and Bishop Bentley. Bar water colour study of [Yeas, with palms in the background are difficult subjects and dene very well Mrs. df Kuh's work is always colourful and beautiful especially : study of trees, some of the ^ i tk :_ .1 ILI ..ill?st ..... accomplished accompanied by Uwir d |„ thl exhibition ore water • %  ,,. Indian Shade Tree. Avenue Of Cuiuirlnlf." full ..I sparkling sunlight, and a Hi.irled Tree Trunk.' Her black :fe is artisle herself, she Is a very Miss El'd pianist and has given I.. many conceru and i> • *" %  ' %  and teacher of th. kfj siicllev SSld II College of Music. During On |gf| ( wn ite drawings of the Town concert hai --lie will also play .ture was 50 below zero. 11 %  • ,,.,„,,,, re particularly .plos on the piano. I an d the dcl „i XC ellcnt '" V AnyominleresWd In He has recently loured Trinidad, visitors to the Island, be assured of a pleasant Ttar Mannish Lowk Shons In (By Anne l'.d;irb) ( PARIS, What is the smartest look in Paris now* Summing up the drees shows, the shops. %  night clubs—my answer Is that the smartest look if the Mannish Look. Take THE CLOTHES: Apart from the bow ties, the high starched collars, and the white fronU on black sun*—U>< thing is to wear men's-style clothes made up In elaborate jg-^_ -_^^Jr~.i -_ fabrics. Sal in THURSDAY. Ff.BR %  ...., FASHION SPORT m FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS i DRESSES iMioiowiv muss MJIIP There man's golf 52 Th. nn,.l C.t.yd. Uw..M— •• •"•' ••• see wiM a. irfi-e.t... <>.k ••"-• > *•:'"••! rrifvHr j...),,.. . tt ha e for I %  uaga/. wi, ; il mg* •*is a guest at the Wnuisor H The like In ihivery congenial atmosphere Hy Joan Kr^kinr LONDON (By Mail). PETER RUSSELL'S Sprin* Collection proved again hisi genius as a tailor. He used bold checks in chiffon tweeds, fine Scotch suitings, small shepherds checks, and for warmer 1 weather he produced a range of pastel baratheas and; softly woven serges. Hardwearing serge is a fabric whidji i has suddenly come back to be noticed. All jackets were two Inches Fi>r the afternoon he showed ( %  horter than last season. Some tine navy and black Hghtwelgnt: were fitted and others were hipfabrics used with gros*n-in iDseilength. with stiffened fly-awiy turns or trimming, and tailoret.l backs. Skirts had risen to 14 or hard-shirred dresses. One dress, | 15 inches from the ground for dnv in black chiffon, was shirred from. wear. Revers and seams, pockets top to bottom, and had a slightly) its, were immaculately hand shorter underskirt beneath. gr> ilnished. Shoulders were softly mg a soft floating appearance to ( padded, and where jackets had the hem. A two-piece, in green | 'side-slits, they were cut on the and white grosgTain. had his new bias to prevent gaping. jacket uline with the dropped Many of his suits had two new centre panel. wints of interest—a slit in the For the evening a slim sophis| ol a back Inverted plaat, netted line contrasted with a and a centre back panel in the full-skirted romantic style. A Jacket which hung down about black chiffon dress had a billowbtlow thne older grey-haired woman, a teas a couple of mod*: |I1( dark blue net gown the oider woman. One was .. g ;,nd wide shoulder length Jacket and dM In U The back was discreetly i-olour "Blue Foga *| A 1M .„^ TO-NIGHT Thursd.M al j I'SIYERSAL presents DEANNA DUBBIN — DICK HAYMES VINCBlT in "IP MX CE.XTRAL P.4g|JT and the Magnificent Music of SIGMUKD ROltBrBj. |1 u m .0 he; gal s., a* as1 in th,imiil-liiin,! „,t and mess wore panel', cl li inpb Crossword IIM ill Mil \\\lllt lonilk I'OKIRAITS done by Mm. 1I1 Kuh srhltti "ill be included 111 the many line rxhibtu to be WCfj wnen her Art I xlubitimi "iiton Friday -t her hum.-. Congrats ^'f Tournament H ntuUttaMtoMr. A tiul f TOlTOAattH J\ Aniigu.1 L Monday, ruesaay an* Wsftnasday ttsM sraai Antifua cuj .; ins Hotal inan were lb %  ad bj "1 M 11 DlU Mi ilull i the runners-up were Mrs. a 1, Lawis. 1 • ComM1 N Uulbn^jk, V.l Tha CUM iii ba praai i: be(u than winaara et 1 For Short Holiday M AN. ol Trinidad -.,, Bu Lay b> %  left jeslerd.i at thi. %  Mr Ashmead-Bai' mi.n I lift Visit RRlVlNfl b) the li • iu tne isUfiaT ami will be here for about gt is Manager of IndUSants. > On Business M S OSBOURNE. U rful > Enjoying Holiday M R JIMMY BTUBfifi %  M i cral muaton Agent uf Montserrat. was daj - • stayiuc at the Ocei an arrival on Monda> b> tlu VktW Hotel. Lady Hodnay" on a buslm that th 1 nt and is staying at Abb. nn| it. rtlj 0) H W 1 A I tp Ska and hopct, |o ulunil ., m-^ >"' x{ K.-oruaO'. thasa Saturday njght at the M Comings and Goings M Manasn oi >'^ 1 A and Mr. Carl Agostlni, D; Aviation n Trinidad wen..1rlvals by B.W.I.A from T11111,.lay on a short visit O I lln Brrol Btaata sad 'hild arrivitl from Vein .Trlntdad lv B.W.I A Iday. CLtkS 4CKOHS gvsa with notalDg 00 um tun ii bf p.ttyrJ. iiuient stlltud*. rur .oioewliBl .ij:if reuutsta. inent, iw Tbt ltngtO of in* Ujy*i aossaio in as DOWN 1. is* paopi* who put in* *uiuvo*r* on foolbali leiM.t ? i sh vetuju* too mm DO aitlatant H >K h*l fBl uLsrrr It niav wt.\ i>* efforts aboulO not Be •msicuiUh n 1 Th* tin** Over Su prcnapf. Cststrs Fn confusion. Tim* In 1 A-ot in r. Bird ilth hit ot grti P -i in .1 o* gooo [I :Ler dress, tucked dow.i one side only. Another deeply tucked dinner dress had an embroidered jet neckline un net and h t the back ot the skirt was i lantail ol •Perhaps not a very exciting collection" said Russell, as it finished, "but at any rate a shock..:ic"Grand Opening FRIDAY 24TII 2.30 P.M. AND .15 P.M. At The TO-NIGHT ONLV At 8.30 M.G M. Presents "THE BEGINNING OF THE END" Starring Robert WALKER and Brian D ONLEVY KMPIHE Friday. Sunday and Tuesday at 9.15 p.m. 20TH CBN -FOX Presents •YOU'RE MY EVERY THING' Color by Tethnieolor . Starring . DAN DA1LEY anil ANNE BAXTER HOXY Friday. Sunday and Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. 20TH CBN -FOX Pi. I lti.ii.inl Wldmark •SLATTERS HURRICANE" with Linda DARNELL and LAKE Ol Ytll'H Friday & Sunday at 9 p.m. Larrv THOMPSON and lli'lt'n I'ALBOT in "KING OF THE FOREST RANGERS P L A Z A L*t* Show TOMORROW AT nonii-r. ExroHiRE' M -THE >,*.•hter MORRIS R.*rrt I.OWr.RV jI g,?**" tHncy KfXLY P KU A PARAMODNT DOUBLE Blli Ttnur DAYS or <.I,.I:I

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    4,1 his predecessor. General George Marshall, hat
    fcaMhed the Marshall Aid Plan for Europe. Achesni
    MjJ uhat applied in Europe did nol apply in ihe Far Bait
    CrtUeked hs ruitea [or nuluu
    in lake IhelBltleUw la fonnim.
    f^ffl Poc'- Acnn salt! .
    Ulouah he and President Truman
    were i [avour of such an alliance
    we are no| calllni! these nation,
    together If we did. II would have
    exaetlv he opposite effect to the
    oix- we wish to m him "
    Sugar Battle
    fill Continue
    In London
    IsMaSaH AaWarale- i mrrtpandtnl
    GRENADA, Fob. 22.
    bn now almost certain lhat a
    Pol mission will o to London
    B ** sugar battle with
    British Government
    today's preliminary dis-
    in the "Santa Maria" billl-
    I, Albert Gomes In con-
    with Buatamanta said;
    V a number of white
    K, btit then' will M no gir-
    e alternative-, race the West
    n delegates
    i To acvepl
    To rejec!.
    j TO send a political mission
    lie-open negotiation
    ( of obtaining 725.000 tons
    fat guaranteed purchase in-
    * o* the present Food Min-
    ify offer of 640.000 tons
    I third alternative will form
    ^wl of the two-day discus-
    ) schools of thought are al-
    hlpparem. The more moder-
    1 that the West Indies
    r accept under protect the
    ilth the proviso that
    tssion follows up
    ties of increas-
    West Indian allocation to
    I tons.
    1MB moderate suggest re-
    Tat be followed up by .,
    I mhssiui'.
    > Comproini.sc
    gambit- compromise might be
    B to inform London tliat.
    fcfes Indian polii
    MtUfiHiiK the sugar question
    1*1* time, the U.K. oiler
    m resembles a "n
    .Bnaai frmi ilfis.iui
    her '.n Tircept nor to re-
    i .1 puliticiil mis-
    Rag imme
    (quaint the IMC Govern-
    I united West Indian de-
    _Jta get iquarer deal
    B*arn them of the possible
    i if the British refuse
    t a compromise proposal
    i the present m i i
    __l Inuiai; -urplus produc-
    ktB,ftOO :ons.
    ante, who was greeted
    u : night from a
    [driven up to n
    J iteps with criea -We
    L"Uta, threi
    r QBMppointeil about sugar
    *r. r'ultpn dm
    tcntionin.. e prfwnbl*
    M be MutMal Defence
    Act passed by Congress
    Baying that Congress n,v
    creation of a joint self-help and
    mutual cn-opcrmlon programme
    by the free countries of the Far
    East, with American participation.
    Acheson Mid, 'The important
    ord nrP tlUkt lhla r
    should hn created bv the frag
    and not
    bv the United States/*
    told Fulfil that n
    ix- beyond the
    his duties to draw the declaration
    pUUlcly tO the attention of the
    at aaajwn imiiniitaa.Reuter.
    22 Killed;
    66 \\ onluitm!
    At Funeral
    ASMARA. Feb. 22
    Hrmsh troops, supported b
    evened to qu. scat-
    tered rioting whu
    w-day in the outskirts
    ffter a day of dMurl
    which 22 people we.
    Moslem resideno-
    quarter were Tred during to-dav ,
    OMhtl
    Lates, casttBlltj -.-; ,.
    terday's day-lone clashes, showe t
    that 22 people
    wounded Rioting neg. I
    PPM! >H-e
    when three Shlfta (pro
    Terrorists) grenades we,
    fatO a procession a| about 4.0*1
    Moslem*, attending the lunei. j,
    the Ambaderbo itatlon m.>sr
    killed by Shifta the day before
    Fighting spread to Asmara, wner.
    the Moslems killed at Amhaderho
    were brought here to be bur <> After foin 'iation he-
    came i|uiet and ran
    ihe night.
    A onall iletachmeiii
    can troops utioned in
    took part, on their men initiative
    in quelling the noting
    ad bti*ine5ses n
    in Asmara to-day Rruter
    100 Warships
    WilJ Practise
    Cn Caribbean
    WASHINGTON, Feb 1!2
    :oo warships oi four
    Atlantic Pact Powers United
    States, Britain, Canada
    Netherlands, will practl*
    m the Caribbean nest month.
    a United State, navy officer said
    that the i ud be the
    lonal manoeuvres
    in Western Hemisphere waters
    s.me World War 2.
    I prepai
    It Inciian
    Aeteric,
    Mrto Ru
    ak sugai
    asue He quotes
    did for Cuba.
    it for Panama.
    ..
    i them to then
    What has Brit-
    West Indies'1
    I them as a
    for Bnttsh
    ' Arundell. who opens.
    conference, to-night
    i cocktail party for the:
    'he
    Tbo aarcJaas wii] take place
    i the
    atm, butfs null
    tiiry exercises.
    Combined Netherlands-United
    States exercises will
    OB at the laaia tune, but separ-
    ately. In the Ounni.inamo Bay
    A Hcuter's despatch from Lon-
    don states that the Bi
    Canadian Hand force in oper-
    ation "Carib" is to be com-

    Symonds Tayler, (ommandT-iri-
    Chief ot America and West Indies
    1,100 ton Brit-
    ish Cndaer Giaaaw. -be BritWi
    Admiralty announced today
    hip i.nee iiieiutif the
    l*a,00Q tone Canadian aircraft
    M-ignifirrnl. the 1.1'H,
    deau-oyei turnuc and
    the BriUah Majatai snipr md
    Saarrou.
    The United iUn.
    be commanded by Vice Admiral
    Duncan, Commander ol the Anier-
    rid fleet, the Admiralty
    announcement ,dde 16 Killed In
    Uranium Mines
    I'ERLIN. i-Vb. 22.
    a/era killed, and
    nine Injured la^t araak In an acci-
    dent in the uranium mines at
    .lohann Geoi^enstaoi n Saxony.
    i Dema*
    kmt1 i eported to-day. West Ber-
    .iper reports ol
    rntna cckbaata have often proves]
    unreal in the past.
    Reuter.
    Slim Majority Predicted
    Swiss GoVt
    To Represt^nl
    U.S. Interests
    IN BULGARIA
    BERNK. Feb 22
    The Swiss Government m-
    -dav that it had agreed
    in ptindple to represent Unittd
    Mates' interest in Bulgaria aft-r
    he break in dlplomaUc relations
    between Washington and Sofia.
    I i tommunique. the
    .eminent said that it was
    lettng on Use requeat of the Unit-
    a i^gaUoo
    bad been instructed lu
    isk Mulgaiian consent
    If permisalon )< Krnnteo. Swit-
    'erland will also he reprewntiie
    Chilean. Nicaraguan. and Phllip-
    pine interests, which
    ajsriy under the can
    American legation in Son*
    Reuter
    WINNER MAY RELY ON
    LIBERAL SUPPORT
    LONDON, Feb. 22
    QUARTERS of the main Parties tonight hummed
    with excitement on the eve of what has been
    described as the most unpredictable election con-
    test of the century.
    The irciii-i.il prediction is thai whatever I'nrty
    win, ill have only mmra majority, prwlhlj
    relying for rapport in the 925 seal Boum of Com
    morn <>ti the third torot" the liberal Party.
    ------------------------------ Th,
    Labour Will
    Be Victorious
    SAY TWO m.c.p:s

    . .. .
    told iho M
    Dockvrs Mow
    To Hinder U.S.
    Arm* Shipim-nls
    No Death Penally
    In "Mercy Killing"
    ICUMTER,
    M;W lIAMPSIIIKi; Feb. 22.
    a Ail) refrain
    from demanding the dealh penaltv
    In the "mercy killing" trial of Dr.
    Hermann Sander, officials dis-
    closed here. William
    "l that an
    agreement whereby the Stale
    would not preas to
    - penall even i*fore
    ine selection ->i prospective jurors
    began Under the New Hai
    Law. unit utlon de-
    mands the dealh penalty, Uw jury
    cannot lecommei!
    Reuter.
    SIRIIAR KARAM SINGH AIILIW Ml \ A it-ear >4d
    who a Uberal endld4lr lot HrM \\ Hlrs(|r \, m, |.,!, .
    in the General Election to-da The MaV, > ho lu* lived it
    i gaaajd ha 10 vrar- lalee>B u. ihe Ko>ji BetaN iii rtaajMsfftaai
    a I'nii i tii laisuly.
    Barbados Gets Six
    On W.I. Team
    THI
    sole (Jamaica) Bdgar Marsden (Trinidad). Alex Draylcn
    (Bntislt Guiana) aad F. A. C. Clairmonte (Bai
    sd sixteen playeia lo r| -
    England tins summer.
    * surprise*
    with th* .'xrvption of tall bc-
    spactaclxi pan bowler Latin
    Pierre of TiiniciRU. who has beer
    preferred to John Trim
    Communist Editoi
    Acquitted
    v.i! \.\. rn,. -a.
    M
    aLs here in one day was
    ot Barbaooi old K
    ntnnri Ttrntrih of Jai
    me liuu^i,
    416 Tourists
    Come To-day
    afternoon Grenada':
    Commerce gr* rtac-,Abou, 4:rJ American tourists aro
    _ party together
    I cocktail beach party.
    tBr Cane).
    tP^T/NG POSTPONED
    ESS, Feb. 22.
    ^ur :1 meeting
    ;" K.stuiur prob-
    L^' bessa postponed

    that certain
    India or Pakis-
    for con-
    Beater.
    o amve here to-day by
    * Man luxury liner
    "Italia". hose agents here arc
    Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
    The TtaJ i' started it* eoyaaa
    from New York and has arnvcu
    via St. Thomas and Martinique.
    It leaves Barbados tbj
    for La Guaira, Curacao. Jamaica
    end Havana from
    return to New '
    This vessel has aJreni
    I re this year from the
    ilh passengers.
    Find Mussolini"s
    SrcrH Papers
    ITALY. Feb. 22.
    incoveted
    lini lb-public, estab-
    lished hern in the closing days of

    said to-day.
    The documents were said to
    n discovered in the Villa
    Acquine. where Mussolini had his
    headquarters in the years IMS-
    IMS.
    The papers were believed to in
    elude orders issued by Mussolini.
    etween himself
    uid Hitler, diaries and also per-
    sonal letters exchanged with bis
    Mistress, Clara Pal
    Reuter
    I tor of the Milan edition of the
    Communist newspaper. 'Uruia.
    JJavide Laiolo. In one case, he
    eraa chanad with
    k) publishing .i
    articles on posl-war
    'r.itment of partisan* m 'K'tlh-
    em Italy lii the second, he was
    1 the brother i
    Guests Leap From
    Bla/ing Bedrooms
    NEW YORK. Fob 22.
    Guests in their mgblclothes
    leaped to safety from blazing bed-
    rooms when Bra ate through the
    four-storeyed Towers Hotel here
    early today.
    i nthei ajuaati
    down laduers to the street.
    aid all 45 registered
    lafa toouefa :
    lured were Utei .idnntted tti ho -
    pital. Reulrr
    . i and who
    made an in but in first
    (lass cricket in the recent Inter-
    colonial Test matches l*-<

    surprise, he baaing ban
    before the seasoned Intei national
    and Trinidad alow hfjbl
    spin bou..
    On the whole there
    partisan of -insulting the rton-lteni
    our" of
    Keim i
    ---------------------- i Weal Indiai
    The h an
    > I.....Mart ( kSH I ll'daml
    R. Oavtaaswl laXti
    Q. .....i"a 11 niiu-idi
    II. II. Johnson Jamalri)
    I*. Jwiirn fTrinidad)
    R. Marshall (Baruadotii
    I Pierre I rrinMadl
    \ I k.m |aj
    B Itamadliiii ilrinldadt
    J Btaasaaayee i ru,.dad>
    K. Trektrail I Iruudad)
    A. Valesillne tJasn^i
    i I. Walrolt IliilntU-s,
    I WeeaVM (Karludipsi
    I R. Willtanis iBarbad-*)
    I Worrell ltjihjdo>i
    7% U.S. Workers
    Unemployed
    WASHINGTON. Feb 22
    About seven per cent, of Amen-
    Can civilian woiHers were unen
    ployed last month, when the total
    number of unemployed had a post-
    war peak of 4,500.000. the La-
    bour Department reported here
    This compared with 4/. ;
    unemployment total in January
    1949. The Department said that
    signs that the down-
    trend in e* ,loyment wee level-
    ling off
    Kiin' t
    U.K Expected To Be
    Self-Supporting By 1952
    WASHINGTON, r.
    Marshall Plan Chief. Paul HolT-
    rnan, said to-day that both Britiat
    Foreign Secretar> Ernest Bevn
    and Chancellor of the Bxobequej
    Sir Stafford Crlpps had told ham
    If-supporting Imuis
    Marshall plan
    Basal ii I-
    Perown (ieis Peei
    In Beii^ha/i
    kit
    H

    niUrd to .1 specml foreig>


    i miig
    Nothing To Do With Sm ialisir
    .Say* Czech Foreign Min inter
    PRAGUE. Feb 22
    Cudmlovak Fnmm Minister, called a balance sheet of the role
    Vladimir dementis to-dav lolo ... ,,,,,. ... _. ,,,,
    \ "menu of "the cold wa>
    the wurld peace campaign now
    being conducted bv the Commun-
    World Peace Movement had
    to iio with Social
    He was addressing the plenat>
    BjMtl !'< e n H>
    ent frean peace rallies.

    during the last feu weeks.
    in numer
    11 es. he said that the cob
    war had failed to arrest the po-

    iirength of the Soviet Union ant.
    Democracies In
    dementis -aid the Amen- the Marshall Plan ooun-
    people did not wirnt It. the National
    American leader* have adopted Assembly began a debate on
    "naive and dan- - -
    l!i .til the C'a*e id the
    nrilisli Ql MM M -n.onil
    suit >n Mi B|
    ulvucate.*
    Bji
    'Ch*
    "1 'llu\ tven the revellera he ie fergeUea
    *b here b> the two assiij aafcers al Taeade*
    the Isaaaetaaee af the Sugar
    .rnival Dance at Rlvei-
    aarouv doctrine
    hege-
    Raany
    The
    armament pro-
    gramme
    ca's hysterical
    basnb propaganda had failed
    tabs ahae of the world.' H< menawnaa.
    eaangW that it hao been effectree barnsna; %*
    With bar- weaposss an

    Slates has awnetgored 'he prn Jaa af the tawatled H>'dfaain me
    Bomb.

    a h I < h
    was defeated b>
    ted Ka-
    for an end
    I.DNIK)N. Feb. 22.
    Cagaaaanlat lad l>ock Worker:
    Organisations la several European
    countries are moving to prevent
    American arms shipments unrte
    ihe Atlantic Pact pnigramme.
    The position in ihe principal!.'
    iai i*een leportc
    > fteutcr's correspondent af
    " i .nimunist Party has
    liJ-OUl ittempl lo Btdp
    Una. ol American arms-
    aytng thai such anna
    e Hut it
    meeting with stior.g oppoulion
    "hi the non-Communist Dockers
    nao argue that the im-
    >rtatlon :i tather n
    UUn refusid*
    \i. i i. an ..nils are ex-
    teo in the ports of Genoa aad
    lelongim.
    .oe in the
    I
    There is eported to be dis-
    i reetnaal within the Italian-
    i -rnmunist-led Unions themselves
    Many tiockers who pravtaaati
    fhered to ihe "do not unloao
    i i ihey will hancTlr

    Halland: An organisation cal
    : the "Harboui Pw
    Committee" decided to support
    .fnciallv'* docker-
    who may refuse lo unload Amen
    on war material. But dockers at
    Rotterdam. Amsterdam and other
    ve resolved to unload
    'tents iiespite Commun-
    <.rrm*n>; ('..inrounhtt workers
    in Hamburg announced the forma
    A On page 1
    1.1.000 Metal
    Workers Strike
    PARIS
    tend metal worth
    Bat Paris region were
    alread; sn strike today as th<
    , 40.000 workers in the meta
    mdustr> pMai began
    .t.ting in
    Striker- included 34.000 in lh.
    Nationalised Kenault Car Factor'
    Mid about 5.000 in the Ford Works
    he Kreat majority ot the worker*
    in these two lactories. A genera.
    tnke in the metal warl
    - threatened, follewdng :he ir-
    i employer's offer- of
    l|Vf paj irnt wage rtse.
    t-elings to diw usi action
    .
    '.he tr.iii-pii t, building.
    gsa industries
    '. iiiiddle-clat> to-,
    hioughout Prat.' I
    ri. when
    i- were to cloai
    irgcnt cases.
    ' .1 -ifrkes. .ignuilUir.il

    ud some lawM
    - "oe hour.
    !h.ir lettaa protests agakest
    high taxation and bad
    Liix-rals May Back
    Sociaighl Minority
    LONDON. Feb. 23
    Britain s Liberal Pan
    eve of Election statement to-night
    said that If the Socialists, were
    unable after the election to form
    a Government without Uberai
    support the Liberals would back
    a Socialist "minority aceverranem
    The Liberals who are the man
    third party, added that tne>
    .
    mment If that Hlu>
    ' re to arise
    >' Da vies, Uberal I-ead-
    ng the Party's pohey
    hvrirogen and ate*
    botnO to-night. aM the flrsf step
    i the use of r
    poo*, the rjtmm way as the us-
    of potaon gas was banned
    He added: "The onl> perma-
    nent way of making sui.
    never used is to give a strong
    lead to the Nations of the wor'd
    'oematle'i

    erday mat they mink the Labou
    Partj win be re.\jrned to powee
    .1 ine ena of tot.la* election'
    n the Untied Kingdom, but lha.
    Mr I red <.*ddard f the Ele.
    tors' Assix'iatlor. igid 'hrtt rv
    . WOUio
    be retiin.t Ith .. cetai
    ke to se
    .he Const! leturne..
    *ith a clear mai
    He felt v.o Colonies mlgh1.
    gain njori
    this Bgfty hMll
    I
    "id waaU j robafal) he m
    nvelop th
    attitude of bovh the two
    PartiesLabour and Con-
    servativeswas tooigi-t more of
    than of confidence
    I open at mosv places
    In Bngl I, Wales and
    Northern Ireland ai seven o'clock
    in the in-'inlng :ind close fourteen
    hour- inter, w hen counting "ill
    begit. immediately in abou. 2M
    rs- indutrlal and urban constituen-
    cies. The first
    an \ pec ted o
    spell tr
    betch of result*
    .i four hour
    fore midnigh:
    \<>ws On Friday
    hag -on of i.oveiii.r.eiu ih.e> will
    -. nn, an
    re of l-abour strength lies
    m these |
    an of London. Bir-
    mingham. Manchester. Glasgow
    *"" oil gpfga laraotj
    responsible for the Labour Ignrt-
    Sr? rr'tair?0Va
    lha dollar knat i. , irrry ,nw of
    Any less than \1iat
    MoiiallsaUo.

    peeaad He believed lha
    the people in England
    ginning to sssj this .md it migb'
    have some l>eartng on the resui
    polh
    Owing to the vegpjiigl
    in Bngtawd
    greatly and was ev'ill stafferlng I
    iot having (be means to re-equi
    it-elf. and thi| would eventuall
    tell in the export' trade both win
    regard lo quality and coat
    t.-nill-ctoretl goods, signs o
    Cealiliaa. ?
    Mr. T O. Ursa* of II
    I'arty would be returne
    ven though the majonlv mini
    bg less than the landslide of IU4>
    The lesaeaing of the major it
    m sdid. niiKbi probably eon
    iboul through il*e all otll
    iis ware raakln
    o recapture thei, J
    Having regard to the benefit
    hat .he man hi
    iccrued during the Urne l-ii-n.
    was in office, he would be verv
    ii !he\ wen

    Bat he nn-
    tglne.1 U
    sonltt ba
    Conservatives and Lib I
    hat. be thought. vai
    raff desired o% t^ ...iKinx naan
    in England In his opinion, he
    would have nothing lo gain (roe
    such a coalition
    This would mean that I-abour
    vould be prevented fr.
    ulng their progressive schemes,
    and die people would probabh
    **k* up to tii id lhat they h*
    n -tie .i fool of thenis.
    these seats.
    for Labour might presage
    Laboui an.i Conservative need-
    threw their mil-
    ' rival convaasert Into
    last round-up .,t voters iwfore
    ctlon polling.
    :> workers
    lorward by stern
    nag that th(v
    1 .nee of
    *M from ihe Electorate, and
    'operate" on eveo doubtful pros-
    pect.
    Rain Y
    be labour side, parti
    ly, Hie weather signs are awing
    udled. The official
    ' predicts ntin and drixue
    row, and bod weather
    >> Labour, who claim that
    Ihe Tones have a much greater
    ntomobiles ni
    disiH.sai to take v..
    pi>Uing stations
    Mr ChunMU hag ordered a
    .iled l'i
    here he will
    watch the progress of the
    nil ihe ijsf of the urban icsult*
    rrted to-morrow nlgttt-
    ihoui 2M nui .
    ;.ther.
    Lo.- taro NorttM m In land 11
    tiirn-,1
    nd the death
    candidate has caused the post-
    M of one contest.
    ' i Clement Attlee
    will probably watch the fortunes
    of his party fmm Number 10
    Downing Street, his .ifficial resi-
    .vhlch already hag n
    machine.
    enter
    AUSTRALIA WILL TAKE
    ANTI-COMMUNIST STEPS
    I1KHRA. Feb. 22.
    TiiK rgcgntl) ban of Australia's Cun-
    -eivativf HotJBg Oi ''numi'iiis look Ith I 'he lirsl
    ling lo (Igj Thg Qovornoi Qangra] Ucfcell told 'he Houav
    Uiat lhg Ben
    "to protect inn community againat thg
    ui iiuiivHiual.s
    * "In
    ,.' ,.

    The new Gove imeM Is to im-
    ' | rove the Nai intro-
    a tem of uni-"
    ndnsag.' btatld tap ."he
    BStd sliengti:.)! '.fie Air
    lacing the
    Air Force.
    \n r'orce I
    Truman Kealfirm-
    Nen-ssih \\n-
    Vtom (ionlrol
    2]
    VIRGINIA. Feb
    President Truman
    a >sa*ech to-da. 11
    >

    Russia ha
    "sheen agreement" Anvthii h li -
    would in. n rggee, tiw
    dangers of the uae of ..tonne en<
    ergy for destructive purposs
    hall n.ntlnue lo
    'very pos-
    siMlisy Of reathing leal agree-
    ment foi :iol '
    iter.
    floering's Hill
    Destroyed
    SALZfHTTER. Bnti
    '
    . blew ..,
    the rolling mill
    Pnehswerke H<
    manage-
    ment ha. :id asked
    tnat the mill should not be de-
    The m. ,.; ihat so
    far as they kne*
    rgg not provided for in the dis-
    mantling programme
    I'hev estimated the damage
    caused by the blastlnH

    to hav* --
    ' i de-
    mmigratlon and develop-
    gg designed to eoi.tnbute
    moat etTecIiVf, iieve-
    ment of the stralegic tstnbution
    of the manpower and material re-
    sourcea of the British Comman-
    waattb, and the intensive deval-
    upment <( Australia as a vi.al
    rea in the Paciflc.
    "My advisers base our defence
    pohev on the acceptance by Aus-
    tralia of its full share in co-ordin-
    Irttlah Kmpue schemes ot
    tefence. .md on the cloaegl co-
    10] -he United States."
    ____________ (Realer.)
    P0|M9 PlltS RjWaaM
    On His Head
    VATICAN CITY, reb
    Pope Plus placed ashes on hi*
    own head liefore Mass in hut pri-
    vate chapel m the Vatican Palace
    today a> a symbol of penitence for
    the beginning of Lent.
    Afterwards he placed ashes nn
    the heads of eight nuns who ware
    bis only congregation.
    The Pope, gradually recovering
    from his attain of mtlu-vsua last
    weak la expected to start re.
    ing pilgrims again on Saturday.


    PAGE TWO
    THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    CaJtib gutting
    Gertrude Lawrence chases Florida
    fish
    iU^-afl
    ANDRES DALMAI' with his IM-irar-old violin. Made by Jiwh
    Surdleitlinn. maker lor Knit- and Fmperors "My. from Vienna.
    Austria. II I* one of ha
    nml precious po*krionv
    famous Violinist Here
    in*-"
    M
    Vititinf Hit Sister
    MR. and Mr* W. B Lauder
    ..vc m Meriden Conn ,
    are ipendin** a holiday In Barba-
    dos. Thoy expect to be here for five
    . WNft Mr. Lauder who
    was born in Dominica is Aaalxtant
    f ihr H. Walea Line*)
    By, Muildlng Contra.
    Connecticut. He left Dominica
    when he was seventeen and hai
    been la the U.S.A. for fully sftl
    yeas. Among the many reasons
    Doilni to Barbados Is to visit
    his sister Mrs. Lily Cllncketl
    Thev arrived on Saturday by
    T C.A. and they guests at th*
    II 1 Royal
    Art Exhibition Begins
    On Friday
    . ..lib spent a very enjoyaol
    V^ murnuiK WMn HM av ivun :>
    lay, in tneir hat at ne
    Hastings. It was
    pHVUajl to mane a pfW
    pacuan of tne paintings anu
    ut'jwings done by Mrs. ae Kun
    v.),nn will oe 00 ibow at the
    Pavilion from Friday February
    l*4in until Tuesday February iiBtn
    tidily from 9-0 a.m. to It p.nv.
    ..mission Is free.
    the pleasant atmosphere oi
    Been to W.I. Before
    . and Mrs. W. Burnham Ball
    It) homeThe exhibition is in
    eturned home yesterday altar- lW(> rooms, and in the company
    B.W.I.A-
    rfVi
    jl Andres Dalmau and his wife
    and acHKpumt. (JaTtevteva, arc i eturned home
    in Bsrbaaos, and next week they noon via Trinidad by B.w i.a. n, lhls cnarm,ng couple the urn
    will be making meir debul to me after spending two weeks holiday M|lj(pcd away very quickJy.
    music lovers of tins island, in a here as guests at the yccan view lft| Exnlblllon COnsisu chiefly
    concert winch will be held at the Hotel. .,,,,,,, of new work, perbaps the best ex-
    Marmc Hotel " **\I '* that he had visited ^J fe .^ JJ J ,. whu.h
    Andres Dalmau was born in {'f **^ur. Su'wi. hi" nanas in the first room and /nich
    Argc.Lma of Spanish parent,, .no ltanda .^"; brffiJ"M T^ liai bten reproduced in this
    started his musical education at "t time u B*U>ad. ine ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^
    the early age of five It was hi. climate here a%> *?esUy ^^.ing light effect. Another
    fathers wish that he learn to play " oj,, i, vice President of portrait is one of Mr. de Kuh
    tne piano, but Andres had other ._"-iVrncr C(lhtruction Co. New which Is done in Sanguine, (i
    ideas, and the age of eleven _, | II Is very beautiful I
    ha gave his Bi tal '
    Punurenas in Chile
    50* Below
    His concerts as a child madf
    enougn money for him to continu.
    bis studies in Spain, and in 1914.
    he was appointed a musician at the
    Court of the Spanish Royal Family
    i. he has held many ap-
    ti in South An*
    New York.
    W'i
    Barbados to get
    out", Mi sod Hi
    of Saskatoon. 8s
    i li arrival
    i rad
    is very beautiful ana
    has much detail. Other attractive
    H .ids are of Mrs. Noott.
    All Smythies and Bishop Bentley.
    Bar water colour study of
    [Yeas, with palms in the
    background are difficult subjects
    and dene very well
    Mrs. df Kuh's work is always
    colourful and beautiful especially
    : study of trees, some of the
    ^ i tk___:_ .1 ili..ill?st ..... ___
    accomplished accompanied by
    Uwir d | thl, exhibition ore water
    ,,. Indian Shade Tree.
    Avenue Of Cuiuirlnlf." full
    ..I sparkling sunlight, and a
    Hi.irled Tree Trunk.' Her black
    :fe is
    artisle herself, she Is a very Miss El'-
    d pianist and has given I..
    many conceru and i> *"'
    and teacher of th. kfj siicllev SSld II
    College of Music. During On |gf| ( wnite drawings of the Town
    concert hai --lie will also play .ture was 50 below zero. 11 ,,.,,,,, ,re particularly
    .plos on the piano. I an d the dcli ,XCellcnt
    '"V- Anyom- inleresWd In
    He has recently loured Trinidad,
    . visitors to the Island,
    be assured of a pleasant
    Ttar Mannish Lowk
    Shons In
    (By Anne l'.d;irb)
    ( PARIS,
    What is the smartest look in
    Paris now* Summing up the
    drees shows, the shops.
    night clubsmy answer Is that
    the smartest look if the Man-
    nish Look.
    Take THE CLOTHES: Apart
    from the bow ties, the high
    starched collars, and the white
    fronU on black sun*U><
    thing is to wear men's-style
    clothes made up In elaborate jg-^_ -_^^Jr~.i -_
    fabrics.
    Sal in
    THURSDAY. Ff.BR,....,
    FASHION SPORT m
    FOR LADIES
    Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS i
    DRESSES
    iMioiowiv muss
    MJIIP
    There
    man's golf
    52
    Th. nn,.l C.t.yd. Uw..M "' see wiM a.
    irfi-e.t... <>.k "- >*:'"! rrifvHr
    j...),,.. . Sk. kW iy.l rf T.fiMlt.. W.llim'i Tk. Cl... Mmin.
    , making tk. film .cinon
    Shirred Chiffon And
    Fantail Jacket
    mustctsaa *? about him,
    mpi-wiion -feated on all ** i

    almost miracuU'i.
    -hoat on that an
    other vtrttM

    .-
    - KiaWtr,
    Mellatz am! Menhuin can teach
    1 believe
    it have some diHculty in
    rendering some of ".
    Senor DaUnau playf w
    nrom Barbadc- Lhaj will bt
    going to Sarrtn Domingo to fulfil
    an enrement with fhe Govern-
    rtent there.
    Used To Sell in W.I.
    MR A. P. JEWETT, ORE.

    DUiy >
    tt ha e for I
    uaga/.
    wi, ; il mg* *-
    is a guest at
    the Wnuisor H
    The like

    In ihi- very congenial atmosphere
    Hy Joan Kr^kinr
    LONDON (By Mail).
    PETER RUSSELL'S Sprin* Collection proved again hisi
    genius as a tailor. He used bold checks in chiffon tweeds,
    fine Scotch suitings, small shepherds checks, and for warmer1
    weather he produced a range of pastel baratheas and;
    softly woven serges. Hardwearing serge is a fabric whidji i
    has suddenly come back to be noticed.
    All jackets were two Inches Fi>r the afternoon he showed (
    horter than last season. Some tine navy and black Hghtwelgnt:
    were fitted and others were hip- fabrics used with gros*n-in iDsei-
    length. with stiffened fly-awiy turns or trimming, and tailoret.l
    backs. Skirts had risen to 14 or hard-shirred dresses. One dress, |
    15 inches from the ground for dnv in black chiffon, was shirred from.
    wear. Revers and seams, pockets top to bottom, and had a slightly)
    its, were immaculately hand shorter underskirt beneath. gr> -
    ilnished. Shoulders were softly mg a soft floating appearance to(
    padded, and where jackets had the hem. A two-piece, in green |
    'side-slits, they were cut on the and white grosgTain. had his new
    bias to prevent gaping. jacket uline with the dropped
    Many of his suits had two new centre panel.
    wints of interesta slit in the For the evening a slim sophis-
    | ol a back Inverted plaat, netted line contrasted with a
    and a centre back panel in the full-skirted romantic style. A
    Jacket which hung down about black chiffon dress had a billow-
    btlow th<- rest of the nig skirt measuring thirty yards
    liemline. round the hem; the halter-neck
    a liked the idea of wearing bodice of a silver duchesse satin
    pastel fine barathea tailleurs with ball-gown. had coloured drop
    double chiffon tailored blouse;. pe)ir| embroidery. Narrow Jew-
    | which gave .1 density t | u.nels from bodice to hips.
    material; and elegant I. ,:ed a pale green moire(
    town suits with brocade gilet". dress which swept the floor at the!
    rues buttoning to the Skirt [^^ \ dark green accordeon-
    OUtflt pleated elbow cape was worn
    Rmssjll, who compares w,(n lt.
    his own show with great goo,i Peter Russell had designed for
    humuur and obviou.s >ne older grey-haired woman, a
    teas a couple of mod*: |I1(. dark blue net gown
    the oider woman. One was .. g ;,nd wide shoulder
    length Jacket and dM In U The back was discreetly
    i-olour "Blue Fog- a * Qna of his little fantail jackets
    n rich Venetian red satin covered
    .. and Hint k
    l.arr
    re sweatshirts Uka 1
    _..' sweater made with
    knitted ribbed, neck, cuffs, and
    collarsbut the shirt itself is in
    brilliant, coloured satin.
    There arc men's lumber jack-;
    ets made in scarlet and rftaraM
    velvet or satis. The latest even- j
    mg blouses are tailored exar.iy
    like a man's shirt with his collar'
    and cuffs, but the mate-
    satin covered with black
    The newest jacket to wear WTO
    your suit is one copied exactly
    from a soldier's battledress. witn
    the waistband right down on the
    hips. .
    All the skirts are tapered *5
    shmly as a trouser leg. And -he
    most luxurious evening coatsiare
    in taffetabut they are designed
    on the exact lines and colours ol
    a man's sli^-on raincoat.
    MJIATM H:a < I \l >| a 1M.^
    TO-NIGHT Thursd.M al j
    I'SIYERSAL presents - -
    DEANNA DUBBIN DICK HAYMES VINCBlT
    in "IP MX CE.XTRAL P.4g|JT
    and the Magnificent Music of SIGMUKD ROltBrBj.
    |1
    u
    m
    .0
    he;
    gal
    s.,
    a*
    as-
    1 in th,- imiil-liiin,! .
    ,t and mess wore panel',
    cl li in- pb
    Crossword
    iim ill Mil \\\lllt lonilk I'OKIRAITS done by Mm.
    1I1 Kuh srhltti "ill be included 111 the many line rxhibtu to be
    WCfj wnen her Art I xlubitimi "iit- on Friday -t her hum.-.
    Congrats ^'f Tournament
    HntuUttaMtoMr. A tiul-f TOlTOAattH
    j\
    Aniigu.1 L Monday, ruesaay an*
    Wsftnasday ttsM sraai
    Antifua cuj
    .; ins Hotal
    . inan were lb
    ad bj "1 M 11 DlU
    Mi ilulli the runners-up were Mrs.
    a 1, Lawis. 1 Com-
    M1 N Uulbn^jk, V.l
    Tha Cum iii ba praai
    i: be(u" than winaara et 1

    For Short Holiday
    M AN.
    ol Trinidad
    -.,, Bu Lay b>

    left jeslerd.i
    at thi.
    Mr Ashmead-Bai'
    mi.n I
    lift Visit
    RRlVlNfl b) the
    li

    iu tne isUfiaT ami will be here
    for about
    gt is Manager of IndUS-
    ants.
    >

    On Business
    M S OSBOURNE.
    U rful
    >
    Enjoying Holiday
    MR JIMMY BTUBfifi

    Mi
    cral
    muaton Agent uf Montserrat. was daj - stayiuc at the Ocei
    an arrival on Monda> b> tlu VktW Hotel.
    Lady Hodnay" on a buslm that th
    1 nt and is staying at Abb.
    nn| it.
    , rtlj 0) H W 1 A I tp
    Ska and hopct, |o ulunil
    ., m-^ >"'x{ K.-oruaO'.
    thasa
    . Saturday njght at the M
    Comings and Goings
    M.
    Manasn oi >'^ 1 A and Mr.
    Carl Agostlni, D;
    Aviation n Trinidad wen- ..1-
    rlvals by B.W.I.A from T11111-
    ,.lay on a short visit
    O
    I lln Brrol Btaata sad
    'hild arrivitl from Vein
    .Trlntdad lv B.W.I A
    Iday.
    CLtkS 4CKOHS
    gvsa with notalDg 00 um tun
    ii bf p.ttyrJ.
    iiuient stlltud*.
    rur .oioewliBl .ij l it's o:ans-ro sninow.
    of two ivturs lor iwr. it
    urai.
    Ika S Aoross,
    inLtnl.
    14. rtungs v* mad* iron Mtn.
    sud Canau" nwitlir. for
    11 ample, auru tb*m.
    11. rwo-flttba naTft,. but a-TEi
    WhOllJ WtQgtKl.
    U UHUM an 1:;.Italian.
    If. OSfMDdaOt CilliiiUiUllU F
    ; nm o( olaai.
    Sl*.m hj an Iriah "lts"f
    4 piaos. nuaii la Butar)
    unfr.
    jm ft eaua for >:if reuutsta.
    inent,
    iw Tbt ltngtO of in* Ujy*i
    aossaio
    in as DOWN
    1. is* paopi* who put in*
    *uiuvo*r* on foolbali leiM.t ?
    i sh vetuju* too mm do ait-
    latant
    H >K h*l fBl
    uLsrrr It niav wt.\ i>*
    efforts aboulO not Be
    msicuiUh
    n 1 Th* tin** .
    Over Su prcnapf.
    Cststrs Fn confusion.
    Tim* In 1
    A-ot in r. .
    Bird ilth hit ot grti
    P -i in .1 o* gooo
    [I :Ler dress, tucked dow.i
    one side only. Another deeply
    tucked dinner dress had an em-
    broidered jet neckline un net and
    ht the back ot the skirt was i
    lantail ol
    Perhaps not a very exciting
    collection" said Russell, as it fin-
    ished, "but at any rate a shock-
    ..:ic"-
    Grand Opening
    FRIDAY 24TII
    2.30 P.M. AND .15 P.M.
    At The
    TO-NIGHT ONLV At 8.30
    M.G M. Presents -
    "THE BEGINNING OF
    THE END"
    . Starring -
    Robert WALKER and Brian
    DONLEVY________
    KMPIHE
    Friday. Sunday and Tuesday
    at 9.15 p.m.
    20TH CBN -FOX Presents
    YOU'RE MY EVERY
    THING'
    Color by Tethnieolor
    . Starring . .
    DAN DA1LEY anil ANNE
    BAXTER
    HOXY-
    Friday. Sunday and Tuesday
    at 7.30 p.m.
    20TH CBN -FOX Pi. I
    lti.ii.inl Wldmark
    SLATTERS
    HURRICANE"
    with Linda DARNELL and
    LAKE
    Ol Ytll'H
    Friday & Sunday at 9 p.m.
    Larrv THOMPSON and
    lli'lt'n I'ALBOT in
    "KING OF THE
    FOREST RANGERS
    P
    L
    A
    Z
    A
    L*t* Show TOMORROW AT
    nonii-r. ExroHiRE' *M -the >,*.-
    hter MORRIS R.*rrt I.OWr.RV jI g,?**"
    tHncy KfXLY PKU
    A PARAMODNT DOUBLE Blli
    Ttnur days or <.i,.i:i SAT. HON. n-and WED i_T J
    WARNERS COLORJTIL MU8ICA1. Z *
    ST DRRAM IS |Oar
    t.l.flllE
    in
    re
    TONITE 8.30 3-IN-l CONTEST
    (11 LOCAl TALENT ON PABSj;.
    (8 New Stan)
    (2, STOP THE Sfll'SIt' MiYlBT
    Here is < brand new Contest, in which menkwJ I"11
    the audience would be invited un Stage, TV I I**
    chestra will play a few Bars of some old j
    -ii: . After each song we STOP THE
    and Ihe Contestants would be asked to idtntihi
    Tune. Points will be awarded and A CA,
    ntl/l TO THE WINNER. v
    <: NOW FOR NOW TALENT
    Members of audience invited on stage todai
    ever they can by way of Talent. Prizes A
    KHAKI SHIRTS
    3.25
    TIP-TOP
    STRIPED SHIRTS'
    2.64
    & WHITFIELDS
    SOLE SELLING AGENTS FOR
    Men's Finish-made 'Avenue" Shoes
    II.IO Pair


    MllSDAV. FEBRl'ABT M, 1M0
    Tribal Chief Poses
    Racial Problem
    (H* DAVID TBOU KOBERTS)
    TWO ministers, the UK High Commissioner Vto' South
    Lpci. and an om.nent judicial Committee, and the highest
    JJl servants of mare than one department have been
    Sp-ed on the problem of Seretse Kharna's future as
    J^tary tribal ruler of the Bumangwato tribe, in Bechu-
    -u*. tribal ridel 'llopcauty and self-contradiction
    Vw,^ri,no I?* marrtare of an
    ;LS ^t0 ihi.r*lm oi high poii-
    ics and interrupts the work, (or
    t'i0ne!Hn*) ^ lWo Ministers,
    three judges, one High Commis-
    sioner and innumerable Mghly-
    salaried administrative nfficiaU
    THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    mr xhuik tribal chief,
    Ef student in England,
    a i London girl with a
    g he has presented an
    Wtrn to the European
    [ South Africa, and the
    uardians of tribe and
    among the peoples of
    Serf*-** Khama's position
    Uf clear He has the support
    ffkei* die younger half of his
    *JL in hi* clsim to the
    ____, evy probably respect him
    L?m* prestige he has brought
    E. hr La* degree and his
    5. 10 an Englishwoman
    SfVriot"a sophisticated com
    2*tv While claiming inherited
    KirtBUtlve tribal rights. Serctse
    'JgBU equality of British
    jjj Before the law and the
    -aaiiill-- accepted right u>
    JJT whom he pleases and
    *-npfr is pleased to marry
    giakiiig this stiind he turns
    gjieof publicity on the contra-
    Min British colonial policy.
    ^jhff contradiction is that
    finis Is a "colonial" prob-
    ghas to be handled by the
    MavMlih Relations Office
    a* Bechuanaland has a
    Er status as a "High Com-
    |n Territory." and an en-
    [within the Union of South
    - The theory behind British
    kl practice is termed "tndl-
    pgV. through the ancient tri-
    MBo. and this makes Seretse
    |k M be chief, Minultaiieuusly
    ndstpfit of African tributes
    I European salary with per-
    In theory, indeed, it is
    __ who choose their chief
    V fuardian power that up-
    Um. Obscure tribal politics
    Ess*)* a version of the old
    of ihe usurping uncle
    tatfssue But fundamentally
    OBUiion is on the Bid* of
    pfigna, and it is tempered
    jrapathy for, but very little
    np4i"f of, the position of
    pan wife. The Government
    Irtnents dealing with the case
    h s position that they admit
    TsUshlr difficult. If Uiey up-
    Isretse Khanui in his chief-
    b they will earn the out-
    _BMuty of a large majority
    tar turopean populaUon of
    Africa not only the
    followers of Dr. Malan.
    will make his demands for
    ever the High Commissi
    Qm even stronger. And
    pfcitMa is taken against
    fetch seems to have
    ttksti but has been challeng-
    Bkl is not finally confirmed
    ndsl ferment in Africa will
    rivaled. Delaying a
    i, which was the best tho
    Bwsaitri Office and Sir
    Baring could do last year,
    I made the decision any
    Indeed, it has made it
    ' the local alternative
    his Uncle, the former
    Tshekedi, seems to have
    mtife.
    Suddenly
    fMkvntnt were in .session 1
    Opect one of those great
    gwacular outbursts, fraught
    "pBOon, dnven on by a deep
    I lor justice, that unite
    mU all parties. In this
    Wlameiit at Westminster
    ay becomeg conscious of its
    nsponsibility for every
    bumble or chieftain,
    Iwoom there Is a semblance
    who happens to be
    l*> British passport or be
    M by the Crown. In these
    fief emotion Parliament
    SB all things political,
    " things politic How easy
    Bjj Ihe effect of Seretse's
    an the native policy of
    tng South Africa? How
    p finmnber that similar
    amagea' among princely
    awe been accepted and
    __" other corners of the
    SStr the British Hagfar
    ^ Africa? Presumably.
    the French Empire,
    chieftain would have
    tquality of cttlu
    *eU as in nam.
    Ice Cap Receding
    When horrified l.y the atomic
    ri^u1"1 b> elections
    journalists have only one escape- -
    write about the weather. In fact
    **her this winter, m
    "C^' the most interesting
    story of our Ume. The polar
    St*P ,'S Cftr*,rti,l and eaci.
    Winter In Northern Europe
    growing warmer than the one
    before. I notice a series of photo-
    graphs of an Icelandic glacier thai
    was a whole torrent of ice on-i
    snow in 1880. But the latest is ,
    Pitiful little performance, hardlv
    allHollywood could manufac-
    &L2 b*Uer Job than lhat. In
    Britain three warm winters- in
    succession have led to lighter
    weight overcoats. Fishermen have
    to take their nets almost to Ice-
    land before catching cod. And
    tbe hopes of American manufac-
    turers to sell us central heating
    systems are doomed to failure.
    This afternoon, in the third week
    m February, there are sunbathe
    in Trafalgar- If this continues we
    in the BriUsh Isles will start
    having Latin temperaments.
    Pawnbroklng in Decline
    It would be going too far to say
    that pawnbrokers in Britain have
    been brought to the pass of taking
    in each others pledges, but the
    'Wds show lhrtr *"do has
    declined In the election the
    Labour Party tried claiming some
    credit for the decline of the
    pawnbroker. But, in fact, the man
    who lent at the extraordinarily
    low rate of interest, and paid the
    charge of storing property as well,
    haa been going out of business
    steadily since the First War. The
    blight has struck equally, for
    there appears to have been the
    same mortality of the flamboyant
    three golden balls marking the
    pawnbroker and illuminating a
    drab district equally with the
    disappearance of the three small
    signs that mark diacreeter suc-
    cour and quickly loaned cash in
    PAGE THREE
    Ho, ao-ih* tillage girls urrcn'f good enough lor h.m-HE urn gng to marry Qg^gZ guU. mkm HE pm *
    I.P.S. Exam
    Results
    Tw^nly-iwt, -w^o an urj .andulalr* wrrv ucc*aalhil l thf
    Novvrntwr Shorihaitd Ernintioti vl 1h.-
    lncwporU Wionivii ..
    1Cw.brnnr* School
    Ttw arMir.1 mimbrr of puM w.
    *i*uwii bj BMBUI .>( UH Modern llih
    Th* *Kamirwllon M li*W und*r Ihv
    mpvrvUlon of Mr. C
    th* Socl*l)- local rrprwnin.vr ll>
    . aiM<-d Da iBaean, .i \i Cncs tiu
    II. M. SiuaH.
    Th rmiiu t#iiow.
    -in u
    1M Ware* r*r Ml>u
    ChiiMopnrr Codnn*tw. Miirtiinm
    H^oi; Inline Maynard tModtrn Hi|h
    Schoo".
    S Wara
    Zulaika R*vm i
    Par Mini,
    Mi. II. M RiuaHi.
    ? WarJi Trt Mlnoif
    Muriel E. Utnhm. Eli*abrih Moure,
    Modam Kmh Schonli: UiUmn nisriin,
    a>adrw Babb. Norma CM
    Troiman Mr j, y BtatfiwaiU
    htw*a iB'doa Cvnmu InaUtUM. si Mi
    cnaaia Branch!. Amhum
    H. M. Stuart); Hllbcrt Mr.- \
    Evaiurw Irmtitut*. St Jorin Branch'; L
    Ooodina Mi a. snet-nn. I. ShcWicrd
    IMIU lone Weakaat
    SB Warda Par Mla.le
    tlarence A. Bouinc, Carmen Knlaht,
    Cynihla Mallows lino. Evcnin* In.t|-
    tute. St Micha.-1-s Branch); Dorcii
    Kn^hl (Mb* MarM Lynch.
    w !< Pat ||..I,
    Jean T. Wilson Modem lliih School*'
    Winaton Haynaa. Naihanicl HoMc. 'Bar.
    badoa Evmina Institute, .Mt. Taboi
    Branch)
    THtOHV
    Ainta Orant. Jean Humphrey. Rachel
    Evelyn. Oliver Raid. Muriaei Spoonn,
    Clotilda Brathu..
    NCIMMlJi Beryl NMmBb, CjrrUhlM Good-
    ins. Qraca Mucm waltai. Joyce Rowr aUlute. St MI,,| llran.
    m "..,a.fci.fi-------J.-----"." RJfh*"" < Pindar (; K. Thmn.
    e respectable' west end: Manor, rayi
    Alleync. J. 1'ni.n Mil \
    Katlh Forde iMr L Kicharda>; Wil-
    I lam Glbba Mr. T. Cibb.1. Joan Bellini
    iMUm V. Holder). DoroUq
    Ij) tMr. 0 Km T
    Auitln. Cai.il Vmhi,k-i ('..
    OMiu M. r. HoWi .. i
    B. Dodge) Athana Alklar. M Irnw Han-
    wood, Iuiae Haynei. Sylvia Boyea. Mar*
    sucrue Walkc iMua lone Weeh.t, Joan
    PrHr.rn ilu Knia Sn*|>hrnl'. aUDOZai
    :
    arda Eaiher Adainon lUaibauu- i
    Merchants Urge Relief 7bIDeath Iii(|iiirv
    Encourage Hotel Building Atifonnted
    THE CHAMBER OK rci.MMKHCE it their wtrlvb
    me*""- ippototed a six-man committee to liral'l
    a resolution brmginj lo the attenUon of the Gaw
    ine "' utina reUtt :,. pml who w,
    P"rea extemd exittiiu on
    ;" "'.':''' ccommodiUon in thi

    areas. The much more proQtablc
    pracUce in tradin| on hard
    clrcumatances is to lend mooev on
    paper security." This is not gov-
    erned by the Pawnbroker Act,
    liifc-hcr interest is charged, and
    the moneylender, though perhaps
    carrying greater risks, prospers
    nobly. The spate of advertisements
    offering cash without security
    shows no decline. Perhaps it is
    the middle classtho cheque
    carrying classes, who are the new
    poor.
    in
    Mt
    'bor Bm
    U.S. Import Drop
    Offset By Loans
    LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 22.
    The recent big Isll In Ameri-
    can import* has been more than
    offset by loans and grants from
    the United States, according to
    Williard Thorp, American Assist-
    ant Secretary of State. Thorp,
    addressing the United Nations
    Economic and Social Council,
    criticised a United Nations report,
    which said that this fall had in-
    tensified the world Dollar short-
    age. He said the report was "in-
    adequate", and failed to give
    other reasons for the fall in dol-
    lar stocks abroad. Though Ameri-
    can imports decreased by
    $223,000,000 in the first half of
    1949, he said. Foreign purchases
    from the United Slates rose by
    $3 78,000.000. Though American
    L imlustriul production fell by nine
    hip.I per cent in 1949, the latest in-
    .. The. dustrial production index stood
    522 tnat a" ctluca- 66 per cenc above the 1939 level,
    aar a a citizen of the Ivory overcome a "recession" in a re-
    S-fi r*Pre*enta,'vc to Natively short Ume was of "con-
    National Assembly in siderable importance to the world
    > certain merit, it is1 economy."
    with the exasperating Reuter
    Sugar For London
    Harrison Liner "Lra.esman'''is
    expected to leave Bridgetown
    to-day for London with its cargo
    of 1.475 ton* ol rellninji .sugar
    and 500 tOB .^ar which
    it loaded here.
    This will be the second ship-
    llarbados
    for U. K. w yet for hM year,
    Agents uf the "Dalt.-i
    Messrs Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
    K2 In Three Months
    Ikitr.im Ward of Deckles Road
    tore* months or
    one month's lniprisonniei
    day by His Worship Mr I A
    McLeod when he wag found guilty
    of having in his possession along
    is gallon tin ui
    whi.e paint which was suspected
    of being stolen or uulu.
    toined.
    The ofiv. imltttd on
    January 26.
    30/- IN 14 DAYS
    A fine ol Mi .iiiu I costs to
    be paid In Ln default
    one month imprisonment Brai
    Imposed mi OeoTge Iflll of Halls
    Road by His Worship Mr H A
    Talma yesterday for using in-
    decent language on Halls Road
    on November 13.
    *se LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
    <> you wash with Lifebuoy
    *y*P you feel marvellously refreshed'
    [aeep-cleuuing lather frees you of
    ** .kwr* you pleasantly, Irnhnfly
    , "y not start using Lifebuoy
    "Soapiodly?
    r> n:
    /(Ml\ IfAiS
    Tin- I
    Quejiion ol the
    minor indui
    proper hole! acrommoo
    the reronatrurted aerodrome be ol
    any real use lo the island.
    ComPrlsing Ihe Committee are,
    U I) 0 I^acock ,!nr.. Mr D. A.
    I..KIC-Smilh M| || A c T1,n,..
    Mr. (. II Bym
    and Mi
    tlon had come up again .
    i"d ol years. 9
    k S" ,ho <'0,'l"'i' had
    brought up i M
    811L It had not passed U
    latlve Council bacauaa the Coun-
    cil had l< : j nothing
    ' minor in Speaking m the Tourist Indus-
    try. Mr. Thomas said that the
    local hole:
    elated man. iiiuri> wm
    year il they had the room. These
    additional frurilt, uuuld have
    sum of money corainfl
    island.
    Futile
    iiment was
    miliitm dollars u, put-
    ting down i< new .lirstm
    of that nai
    Ih' .iblr to accoDunodata an
    traffic from Cnnada

    realised g was in
    Ji ccommoci.it ion tor ilu
    a, it would
    .
    ernment to introduce saottoer Bill

    and arnica irou
    given no
    willing til
    from erlppl i In tbau
    < ,.r l> Mgafi
    Here Mi ft*
    I hotels w.is
    business b
    itulu-try was
    least at the present lime. A good
    case couUi
    such .1 phase of local
    help, if tii<

    plication for relief 11
    the Government wag
    to put on the Statute Book gi.
    overall provision for
    of Indual
    Bach project would he Judged
    the <"'. -
    eminent Would liinn til
    .;.
    rai ne-.,ss.ir>
    Mr. Thomas said he
    . |
    bsjBBDSsg isataonally, bu]
    thought that tlut- i
    more hotel'
    were going to reap an
    Fire Destroys
    Power Million
    IN SHANGHAI
    :he poun'l
    from the dollar countries.
    Mr. F.gan recalled that he ha I
    gone to Venezuela trying i>
    sponsor a tourist trao.
    Dd Barbados an it had certainly led to somethlnj.
    The traffic iietween '
    and Barbados was growing every
    A mii ra nee
    d iy Influ-
    ential gentleme,, from Canada
    who had visited Barbados in con-
    rMh air traffic between
    was accommodatn :. ,| visitor
    IB, I hey WOUld
    trying to ath
    tourists.
    Mr Thoraai speaking again iup-
    norted Mr. Bgan's remarks.
    Mr. Inniss said that at the
    Grenada conference in 1M8 -r
    >;Hi that the develop-
    ment t.f minor mdustrie-i had
    : with at the West Indian
    re In 1944.
    all with .it
    a simitar ccaferatwa In 1946. and
    of ih
    : that lh>
    would ask then
    lo develop
    mnur indi
    A resitlutiort was pgW
    i-inii n|
    la thought
    that it would be a good thing
    to suggest to the Government that
    the question ol hotel ao
    dealt with at the same
    time as thev were dealing with
    BfsfMnt of minor Indus-
    tl i be dona Ira-
    Mr, i)(,

    : Industries Bill

    I'Kislation that was pending
    l hev fell that it
    would bo futile to pasg itili here
    no relation to legisln-
    U< n ni other colonies t>f
    hould .ippii'iih tl Qovanura i;
    on the qui
    the hoti I
    thought that it should I
    known that the Chamber Wi.-
    willing to lend Itg support to any
    lesponsibl- were prc-
    im extend the existing ones.
    Mr. Inniss suggested that I
    * > should be ap-
    iminled b resolution
    lad pi.t the matter bc-
    ItanUon oil U
    ]* thouflM laeg
    the solLuon
    ind | half doll.
    i | to spend on Un all -
    lid bo wasted if the
    inmodaticn
    was not considered.
    The Committee was appointed
    as stated
    Seven Days
    For Stealing
    Gilbert Vasanttna i 4l*jsssr-
    :ilry Road
    ..n day-*'
    Worship
    \ MeI*od.
    Ol steal-
    itity of flour the prop-
    I H Hunte .V
    from the lighter Dudley1' while
    it was moored in the Careenage
    on February 21.
    Oscar Sobers an island consta-
    ble said his attention was drawn
    lo Valentine by someone. HO
    *aw Valentine, who was on the
    Upper Wharf took a small paper
    bag containing flour from the
    ItsfMar "Dudley* and placed it
    Into another lighter alongside the
    wharf A few seconds after he
    took a card box containing flour
    rrom the same lighter and put it
    -to .mother lighter He arrested
    ta He had three previous
    ivietions (or larceny.
    Carib Union
    K<'isN'r<'d
    The Advocate'" has learnt that |
    the Caribbean Workers' Union
    was registered yesterday at the
    K-'KiMiar- ogOQl I
    uotPKtt.y
    SPECIALS
    Plastic
    :r.
    Headiies
    Eurh.
    Ladies' Cotton
    Vests
    Or. l-:ph.
    Ladies' Cotton
    Panties
    I8r. |irr pair.
    Plastic Sheatlng
    62r. |iir Tnril.
    ?
    MODERN DRESS
    SHOPPE
    Broad SI. I Itriilcetnwn
    gajskth
    \
    OjUlri into the
    . i dan which wa.
    Coroner of DbttM
    lurthei .io|,.uined until March 3

    January
    accident with the n
    on Kingston h\
    monies were heard.
    Reuben bMk Kail
    St George said that on January
    23 about 3.15 pjn. he was coming
    from Tweedslde Road driving hit
    donkey cart on the left side ol
    the road.
    As soon as he reached Kingston
    Woods, he saw u car \l ||1<
    going acre. i Uoad am
    Ing down Kingston Koat
    The car was
    lius was COCftl
    The car U
    ; gre;'.
    the faster. Boti
    I
    Three bdyt
    load. On
    seeing thi
    wo to the
    right of the road Thi
    run to the left of thi
    killed by the bus .old the cai
    struck his donk. .
    the cart so he was forced to Jumj
    oil of the cart to MV0 Ins life
    Second TeiUimon.

    by Jamas Ilrathw.ntr b photogi i-
    pher f6r the til) who said that
    went to the ocane of h
    on Kingston Roud and took iwn
    photographs.
    He made three exposures. (A'
    this stage
    exhibits to tho Cowl) The AM
    A showed the
    front of the motor bus X470
    and the front part ol
    M I3lfl nn.l on Uh
    of the road jut
    front wssaal of the bus was the
    body of a boy.
    The boy's right
    se-n Wlc i
    graph he was facing the
    The second exposun-
    D showed ,i p.nt of the Inn
    and a pal
    1 ion nf
    ihd riot permit him to take a wid.
    mgs.
    The .inrfl otnoauni
    C part of tlk*
    donkey cart roul i
    Me took this picture whlh
    "il Stoke Hole Road I
    North.
    There's a lot of BEEF
    in a little
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    HONG KOM
    Pro Nationalist newspapers
    Ing despatches from ft
    claim that the
    i i Station in Shan,,!
    lyad by lire after ; uombing
    i raid ye-;<
    The despatches said that the
    was carrieu
    rhlcfl dropped
    numerous 500 pound bombs.
    Communist reports from Canlon
    today admitted heavy Agfatl
    northern Kwangtung against
    "local bandits". The rep..1
    tany "bandits" were
    remained un-
    hanged. Nationalist sources
    UiarvOrVIuKHolini's
    MlllniaU omul
    MILAN. Feb. 22.
    i ) of Mussolini's masUcsa.
    ritten in prison on
    toilet paper, and omdal and per-
    tera of the Duce himself
    found by Italian police,
    usually reliable informants said
    to-day. The discoveries
    been neither
    nor denied b) policewere made
    on the shore:, of Lake Garda.
    Reuler.
    tempt I..
    unload-
    X Misunderstanding:
    No I'ros.iutioii
    IIERNE. Trb. 21
    umrlal quartan horr today
    -laimed today that the Commun- tnouaht It vary unlikely that the
    isis weae also experiencing trouble j EnypUan Government would de-
    in Eastern Kwangsi. where or- j mand prosecution of any tit the 27
    aanised peasants adopted n Nun- Swiss publications it accuses of
    Co-operation Policy', following Kculer 't w" "ddad
    Pope VpiM-uls
    To U.S. Children
    hat such action
    iieen taken b
    ign Government. Swiss law lays
    the Federal Council
    can only prosecute a
    lewspaper, if asked by a Foreign
    nt, and with a guaran-
    i* that Switzerland could take
    imilar action, if need arose
    ri of the crisis took all
    "1 by emprise--IK* teast
    VATICAN CITY. f\
    - PrrV
    to star\
    i-'renrh-language
    was addressed tn rhsMr*e.
    Catholic schools ihnwaaj
    United States K-ui.;
    DodaaSri >lov*
    HiiidiT U.S. Arms
    Slii|iinriits
    % Continued from I
    .
    link With .Vest Euro-
    pean ports lo ;.i Bg
    of arms. At the same
    passed a resolution of solidant
    with French dockers stnkin r
    against shippuiK >>t French am,.
    to Indo-China.
    Norwaj: Communist posters
    have been illegally pasted in the
    Oslo and Dri.i
    the Communist newspaper, "Ft!-
    I Oslo has repeatedly
    urged that the dockers should
    "prevent" the unloading of Ameri-
    can arms in Norway. But the
    Chairman of the Tianspoit Work-
    ers Union declared that his men
    would ft
    inlsta to sabotage
    ing of arms.
    Denaurk: The Chairman of the
    Transport Workers Union is con-
    fident tha: Commun
    Ists to prevent arms shipment to
    Denmark will not be successful
    "We have had no trouble up lo
    Ihe present," he said, "and I ran
    see no signs of any trouble when
    the arms do start coming "
    Prance: The French Govern-
    I'loposing legislation to
    strengthen its hands in dealing
    Communist "peace'
    campaign which includes incite-
    ment of dockei* to refuse to un-
    load American arms shipped to
    Europe under the Atlantic Pact or
    to load arms and supplies for the
    French forces m Indn-china
    Agitators Irving
    France*! rearmament will ruk
    solitary conhnement with i.anl
    labour if a Bill approved by the
    Council of Ministers to-day is
    passed by 'Parliament Dockers,
    steel weB^BSn and radwurkers
    marched in procession to th-
    at La Rochelle where the cargo I
    \iira>" was being loaded'
    by troops, as the doc kit
    ed by the.- ed Union
    ranch Army ftght-
    .ained on
    emonstra-
    . stones at the guards
    engaged in fist fights.
    The "Auray" later sailed for
    Saigon and Haiphong I
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    II. 11.11. Princess Alice Installed
    A* i ollese Ihaneelhir
    Thursday. February 23. 150
    Polling Da*
    THE EYES of the world Ha on Britain
    todas- as the country goes to the polls to
    elect a new House of Commons. It is an his-
    toric occasion for the victors will mould
    the destinies of Britain and influence the
    course of events in the Empire and in
    foreign countries for several yearj to come.
    The Socialists assumed power in 1945
    with one of the greatest majorities that a
    British Government has ever had. At that
    time Britain and her Empire wore ex-
    hausted by their ordeal in the World War in
    which they had played so vital a part. The
    task, therefore, which faced the Socialists
    was a gigantic one. They had to effect the
    transfer from War to Peace; they had to
    rebuild the shattered economy of Britain:
    they had to replace and rebuild the devas-
    tation wrought by Hitler's bombers.
    In Foreign Affairs they were quickly
    forced to accept the grim realities of Soviet
    ambition. This was a bitter disappointment
    as the Socialists had argued in 1945 that a
    Socialist government would maintain bet-
    ter friendship with the Soviet than a
    Conservative Government. Time and again
    Mr Bevin has suffered disappointment and
    frustration in his efforts to secure a real
    spirit of friendship and goodwill between
    the British and Russian peoples. Today as
    he again seeks the mandate of the British
    people. Anglo-Soviet relations are as bad
    as they have been at any time during the
    past five anxious years.
    In Empire affairs the Socialists have pre-
    sided over the birth of the new Republic
    Dominions of India and Pakistan. They
    have given their blessings to Burmese in-
    dependence and Ceylonese self-govern-
    bava watched the British with-
    drawal from Palestine and Egypt and as
    their term of office drew towards its close
    they have witnessed these West Indian
    Islands seething with disappointment and
    disaffection as the result of the negotiations
    for a long term contract for sugar at a
    remunerative price.
    In domestic affairs Mr. Attlee and his
    followers hare faced several economic
    Their opponents have claimed that
    these were largely due to the National-
    isation policy pursued by the government
    they have maintained that the
    have been the legacy from the Brit-
    ish effort in ti.e war.
    Today the Socialists offer to the British
    I people a continuation of their policy
    ::al:sation. a continuation and
    1 the social services and a for-
    j.olicy based on the concepts of demo-
    cracy and freedom.
    party in Britain today would attack
    tail ol the Welfare State, thus the
    Conservatives declare that family allow-
    ances and social services are important
    Ob of their platform. But they would
    halt 1" further nationalisation and
    Would allow a greater degree of free enter-
    prise and initiative.
    . have always attacked the Socialists
    listing American aid and they claim
    that they would manage the government
    with greater econ
    There is no fundamental issue on the
    subject of foreign policy although Mr.
    Churchill's suggestion for a "Big Three"
    meeting has introduced a minor issue.
    All reports indicate that the results will
    U close and in the circumstances pro-
    phecies are use Leaf.
    We in the West Inch., ara mainly con-
    d with the attitude which the new
    it will lake to the West Indian
    pad to sugai. 11 is to be
    lwpc administration will not alien the policy
    which they must adopt to the loyal colonies
    ies on a matter which is
    their life or death.
    Ol H III \III IIS SAY.
    Addressing Uh
    ring on her installation a Chan-
    cellor of "
    the Wcit IndlM. II 1'
    Alice ol Athlonc. spoke ol the
    Christian character of the consti-
    tution.
    She said:
    la this atonic ai* the
    foan4lni of a Oalllllij *lu>
    a bararrouiK. of CMatjMI
    teaching hi an cvrnl of 're-
    mrndoiu altnlfiranre: and I
    woald fmahasli* ancc more
    thai this l/nlveriltj < olleae I*
    not Jaal a Ml corporate In
    the Weal Indies or even In the
    British Empire. II b an addl
    llonal pillar In the itniclure
    of world clvllhatlon. It H a
    piiiual barrier atatiut the
    tide of U noranre and ml*tru*t
    bv which mankind U ao frier-
    oual) menaeed. Ita creation b
    moat llmelj. ., ,
    But If, as I believe, a Lnivcr-
    sitv's nrst business is to be a
    trustee of human Lamina. tran>-
    mitlinf to the next seneralion
    philosophy founded on the east
    but refashioned and perhaps. n-
    Uve in iu execution Journe>i
    across the Atlantic in those da
    v.ere haza.dous mwrprisei
    ;.-'!
    I'INCESS ALICE
    -itizens of the Caribbean
    lightly to be undertake
    was no dearth of volunteers to W-
    vestigate the position in "
    Indies at first hand 1 would like
    to pay my personal tribute to
    those .oluntwn and. In parucu-
    lar. to two o them who are *iui
    us to-day. % -
    Sir Ravmond PriesUey is. of
    course. Inured to danser He had
    good traininn in his younger days
    as a member of both the Shackle-
    ton and the Scott expeditions to
    the Antarctic The Chairman ot
    the Committee was Sir ""*
    Irvine, Principal and Vice-chan-
    cellor of the University of St.
    Andrew's, the Chairman also of
    the Inter-University Council for
    Higher tducalion in the Colonies,
    on which body Sir Raymond
    Priestley serves. Sir James must
    Indeed be a proud and a happv
    man to see the institution, which
    his Committee planned In those
    days ol deep uncertainty, so firmly
    established and so surely set on the
    Colo- ght path.
    University
    riched by present day expenenrr ..h!s" Barbados, British Honduras.
    Ihat k by no means its only re- Rrltl!ri Guiana. Jamaica, the Lee-
    sponsibility It has another task
    of almost equal Importance-sono ^ (h(_
    people would say of *?
    portancc It has to EDUCATE
    But. though the
    lands, Trinidad and Tobago College ol the West *? m,>
    winrlwa-d .slnndi ciU- trace its ancestry to the Asc,uiui
    Common- Commission and the Irvine Com-
    -.^.^rS^
    But it is neither any
    people a smattering c
    they are going to starve, nor is n mCmbcr mat ' "-" t-nd>I1t, must be above suspicioni ". --"-
    much good teaching them how o ,,,. people in the world who ^uSgup ol those stand- j university.
    a living if Iheir minds remain hv0 ,,jd no education but have ana ine dui ^ v i
    ,w and .inelastic. A Univer- nevl.r.he,,Ss ,-cn lo heights u! ex- a*.<"e nca
    (anada Spends 8125.000,000
    On Education Of Veterans
    OTTAWA. (By Mail).
    Canada has invested $123,000,000 in state-
    financed university training for war veterans
    and the sum will reach $145,000,000 before
    the big programme concludes.
    Of 1,892 Canadian veterans trained along
    special lines in United States schools, 1.713
    have returned to Canada to take up residence
    and go to work, a redoubtab.e answer to
    those who fear an excessive exodus of Can-
    adian brains lo the U.S.
    Veterans department officials presented
    those and other facts recently to an advisory
    committee on university training, a group of
    college officials who advise the departmen
    on the programme.
    The statements indicated that the pro
    ijiamme is moving into the final stage. How-
    ever, there will still be veterans going to
    college with federal cheques to help them
    for some time to come. But the big bump is
    over.
    Some 50,000 veterans have benefited under
    it.
    Of the amount alreadv spent, about $80,000-
    000 has been paid directly to the veterans in
    living allowances while another $29,000,000
    has been paid to the universities in regular
    fees.
    Cost of providing supplementary grants
    to the Canadian universities to enable them
    to take care of necessarv facilities to handle
    the large intake of veterans has been about
    ,/**
    itotil
    For T0-DA1
    Cost C Uviggj |^
    Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS ""* k
    Tins BOURNVHiE CHOCOLATE B'SCLITI S -a
    McBWANS RED LABEL BEER-per .otUe "''-I
    ...... *rCa" iuJVj
    COLONNADE sriMUA
    We have just received
    CONGOLEUM
    in various colours and patterns, excellent i i.
    and breakfast room floors or for concrete 1W,
    -also -
    CONGOLEUM SQUARE
    3x3 yards and 3x24 yards
    earn
    narrow
    fuse education, which is a fashion- ,.rrmani during the late war. This Yqu have all heard of the Ex-
    ins of the mind, with training
    which b learning to acquire men-
    tal or manual dexterity.
    I think there is a tendency now-
    adays for technical training lo play
    too Urge a part. Admitted^ then-
    is not much room in this age lor
    elegant individualism. The social
    structure of every country has
    been severely shaken.
    therefore ncces*.
    tellectual activity should be di-
    rected towards some social need.
    The leisurely, old-fashioned con-
    ception of education has been e-
    placed What Matthew Arnold
    called "the fine old fortifying
    what he
    Keep your wonder at area*
    *nd noble ihinr* like Minluht
    u.d liiundrr. the rain and Uir
    -i^, thr wind and the
    the arowth * tree* ..mi the
    nltn f harvests and the
    greaUirM of hrroer. Kr-ep your
    he^rt huner> for nrw knv. -
    ledri*: keep your powrr of in-
    dirnatlon and keep your
    ..i a Be." (Apnlause).
    rote to his unborn tcrnai Degree system of the Uni-
    ' y of London. The references
    to it. to be sure, are sometimes
    cjuched in terms which are none
    too flattering. Nevertheless. I ven-
    ture to assert that, whatever its
    shcrt-comings in the past, it has
    provided a means whereby those
    living in outlying parts of the
    Commonwealth could ten ttiiur
    academic attainments and pit
    themselves against their more for-
    tunate brothers ani sisters study-
    Sir James THE ASQUITH COMMISSION
    classical curriculum" has been to u Chancellor f the was not gj,^. to rCalife that in
    a great extent discredited. ..r St. Andrew's, which lhe EXlernai Degn-e system uf
    MrvrRTHFi m*i v M the University ot London, it had
    NEVERTHELESS Ih f the H Com- |t> dispo9al an ins,rumcnt o(
    , ^ir James had played a-------------^ The commission
    about
    this
    needs
    col-
    hich
    the Ukh " of the
    West Indies was one ot the first
    lo be pliiniuHi. The response of
    the University of London. I am
    happy to say. was spontaneous
    ii:..i QajBMthatii Froo. Qja sstau*
    mil consultations there emcrgecl
    : of special !'
    .. links your University
    College so intimately with the
    of l/.ndon.
    and women and ,|.ke a stron, ce has b Uo m number!*'
    pd di .' nba^l were the
    we mean b> "t" ,,,. ver and
    of the problems with which loro an occasion same ine whole v." " *""
    will be laced will u- ,, ~ "SjgStJ",
    tan. and .
    their solution the ducal - ,n,tlTLX the^exani-
    ol men Has ?.*..'".i**J.P?r!...1i.. '"^u
    was not )ust a matter i
    lug classrooms
    A University li
    consist, ol buildlnKs, teache
    students, erlcM Mam and C(,nl]
    olhlng ataa-JI ha. to have phil- ]m n(
    Alice to
    the assembly, which he
    ii Excellency,
    nd Gentlemen
    the wnrH <*.
    a maiw-i i""-. .
    s and i
    Is of no valu.
    It ha. to have :. phll-
    opuj >' .Je ana
    standard ol corporate responsion- lj|in o( ater honour and re-
    Ity. a sense ol mission and a cod. . cviuinunHn.
    of Christian conducl. ommon-
    I HOPE AND Till '
    you will have all those thin
    I SAID JUST NOW
    verslty has to educate :
    A feature of the reports was that the
    heavy demand for entry to medicine and
    dentistry, which at one time created a back-
    log of several hundred students, now has
    pretty well been absorbed. Only 62 candi-
    dates qualified for entry to medical college
    are still awaiting admission, while 12 quali-
    fied students have not yet got into dental
    schools.
    The university representatives were con-
    fident that these would be absorbed in the
    coming university year and that there would
    be no difficulty in taking care of the 127
    veterans still in pre-medical courses and the
    S3 still taking studies to enable them to enter
    dentistry. Until the present 1.672 veterans
    have been admitted to medical schools. 759
    to dental colleges.
    The university representatives reported
    that the scholastic achievement of the vet-
    eran students are high. Although the
    w are reaching their senior
    years, only eight per cent failed to pass their
    last promotional examinations. This is a
    lower failure rate than that of non-veteran
    students. Of 1,140 veterans who repealed a I
    failed year at their own expense figures show
    that 80 per cent succeeded on their second
    attempt and these were reinstated on veter-
    ans allowances.
    1'iovision has been made lor the rein-
    statment of those veterans who had done a
    year or two in university, whose grades
    were good, but who were forced to withdraw
    for reasons beyond their control.
    $I00,'(HK) PER TON OF DAILY OUTPUT
    FOR CANADIAN MILLS
    In connection with the announcement that a
    ,iew newsprint mill located at Coosa Pines, Ala-
    had started operations with an eventual
    output ol 300 tons daily, or close to 100,000 tons
    .in. one ol the most interesting points Is
    .:h capital cost involved. For many, many
    quately MUlpl * ISi".0!?!.",'. 'hr?'' "',". n, experiments have been made in uUlizing
    SUn. While holdhn ,:.,! lo ear .,, , ,or pro(lucl,on o( pu,p for ,ws.
    atrtS. \, i ' -".v dimcultie. have b~n lound in
    hlmsell or hersell to clur Ion among foreigners ol be- J this Untver>ltv loi cue inn securing a product that would rank with Canadian
    ..iicca, and lor lhal pul >'""'"""TJ."!,"'" newsprint or that ol the Northern States, made
    Kyrssiru...... -'"" -; "' ' --T r^-m- e sris
    TOTBLMIiENCE OF COUB lar reouirements o( this area as to the quality ol the Southern newsprint still,
    l'ie decision ol Hi. TLACIILKS IM Bill CoiVnW ranks as a matter ol controversy among newsprint i
    problems, which art ol .ills and a good many publishers,
    creasing complexity, \ ill I I ' " height t'niver.ily ol London in the set-
    be solved by ua pao- and when the chance- ti ot lhe papers and the The cost ol the new U.S.
    pie who have brains and nothing ,.,,. I M in. to al up assessment ol the performances .32 IKKI.OUO which works
    -1 W..IK*- u-ill tl.ev lie .olvcu n r.immlssion to consider the . pb^H.^oIb. It ic Inu* thai !!.. ....
    uut
    mill Is given as
    at about J100.000
    eUe. Neither will the) b. ol candidates It is "true that the d u Thu would ,ppe,r lo b,
    111 1.....Ml II--------------"****.h*"- . the London '"
    . goodwill |n iho Colonies in the post-war Exam,nerii bu, ,hlgi 1 ,m sure
    and hard work There must ba 1
    character as well and if you I
    a combination ..( character and
    intelligence. then > ha.,
    makings "I a g.al dtliyo
    I HOPE vou will Ii
    1 Uie thing. I bi
    platitude.. My words have been
    Midiid prlmarllj la Ihoat win
    will have the good :
    through this t
    I
    earth You will iw out Horn Ihi.
    '
    minds enriched with lhe .
    ladat you will have gained during
    vc-ury.ar.of .:
    be ready to take-
    But not
    ..nd inilia-

    \\ bal sonToduv
    MlTllllK ot Si Michael's
    \.-ll. al ..... pin.
    'i. < Uavj a) 1 hriat 1 iiunh
    VeaUj nil.
    rf>f uii^ l It, LMt*l \elr>
    at 4.J l> 111
    1 .-.U..I1 -1 a MP.i si
    II. p II
    Mi.lull ( nirinj M SteplWSl'S
    Bo** School ruturr
    lll.ll k (ock. sj| .30 v 111
    you will agree is only (air be-
    cause the degrees awarded to the
    candidates are degrees
    . of London.
    THERE IS A SAYING In
    Greek poetry that It Is men. not
    And so
    -.. .. perfect II
    may be on paper, is ot little avail

    the right calibre
    I in this College
    1 pi etc confidence.
    In their selection you have
    enjoved the aaslstance of mem-
    of Lon-
    don and the same strict stand-
    ards have been observed M
    the nwk.ng of our own appoint- I connectlon Wlth
    mem
    almost double the figure* represented by the I
    Canadian newsprint mill of between
    $50,000 and $60,000. Whether the cost of the'
    newsprint to H*a US. newspaper publishers who i
    had supplied the capital will be at all in line with |
    current prices of newsprint ($100 per ton f c b j
    New York) will be an important question lo bci
    toad m the next year or two. It will be I
    recalled that in a presentation at Toronto lo a
    ( ommlttce of the US. Congress a couple of years
    ago. the WtwapriP< Association of Canada held th.it
    it had become uneconomical to construct a new
    m mill, including a large supply of cheap
    power and accessible timber limits, and that the
    inly economical method of Increasing a supply of
    at ffsj for the expansion ta take place in
    mills already established and
    t On Pair
    operating
    ..is lii Barbados l .\. living Sl To The Editor The Advocate, thu purpose worked ouV at well
    over 300';, that of pre-war days,
    .,* of the postpone- and u,c local coal which wa*
    ro.nl ol toe paasing of the BUI to ^ purchased previously co>t-
    enable lhe Gas Company to tell ovrr 400,. ^^ M,nuItl..
    Gas on a .Tlwrnval basu and aV a turrd Ga. U not as this paper
    uf Is d per Tberm--4d ^^ non-combu-.
    par rbacm lass than the calsdnal ,,. lo lh# Equiva|et B
    4-d for as we-U m certain uhU.h wh(. vnn lhc ^A.
    misleading w.u incorrect state- mixture of Natural Gas. n
    menu made to local *"kiy fcUlUUr ,or usc wiA our c
    ! respectfully ask for the prs pre,,.,,, Gai Appliances Tho
    to make certain correcuoni^ QUanty of the Gas being i
    .ost section of twUv 1,'bcttcr th^:
    .uoted as follows: vlie butcd b). mMt 0,^.<;
    . mphatieally asserts tha fcfi.nd. and wc nlve had nohing
    Natural Gas is being sold at bu, Mtlfactory comments of ap-
    Bluck Market pnees to comumen pf^.tion from our Customers;
    and goes on to state The ^ ma.onty D| whom are using
    ' l^"y Pi*/* Pprox- je^ GaJ to^jy for ^^ Q
    t Natural Gas amount ^ cooking
    for 38c. it udulteraies thU with
    600 C Ft. of non -combustible ess Far from selling Gas at "Black
    r uussnd C. Ft. Market" prices, the Gas Company
    liars or has never yet raised the price of
    ried anyone \-j refute Gas to the Maximum Pri
    which it is allowed to be sold
    imns of your by the Act under
    have already operating, and during the past
    , i; years has sustained
    manufac- losses owing to tit.
    of Gas creases In cost of coal and
    with Natural
    Natural Gas
    last week, for iiucing the imposition of Coal a


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    An Indi
    I
    :
    I
    tatlon witl
    I

    per Then.
    uld be I.t f

    able that

    snme the ("<*cpau.j ilteuld begin
    ar but /

    m.tk
    i*
    con tun i. m fleel s 14
    lh people mo.-;
    ; using of tin i
    v>sc who are at
    present users of Gas. j
    lld be automat.
    N t.i Wi a;
    Uao, the probablo
    awaltini the passing 1
    and whom tin- C* npsu
    te special
    tea.
    il with all
    \he farts and detail, in hand th
    paoy should be expected
    to continue to carry on at a loss?!!
    If the intention is to Nation-
    (>as Company, it might
    be as well lo rei
    taking place in Jamaica today
    my Is run
    luote from
    the "Advocate" of Fei l
    ' a* praclirallv
    Witl
    ppor-
    iliking all thost
    ha have expressed their
    appreciation at the quality of the
    Gas they are receiving.
    D. R. YOUNC.
    Eni.nccr St General Manager.
    Barbados Gas C 1
    friendh Cri,k,l
    To The Editor The Advocate,
    SIR.I recently came across an
    old Lodge School Record whicn
    reported I en between
    the school team and th.
    ib. ThU was a two-
    :; and took place in IMS
    at the Garrison
    won the toss and batted
    first on a perfect wTcicet to make
    225 of which L Cpl Weckes made
    . For Lodge R
    Marshall took 5 for 41 Lodge then
    batted and made 219. R E
    play inn a gOQ
    The remaining lime on the
    securia day was divided. G.S.C
    in their turn at the wicket made
    90 for S. .Lodge's turn at the
    wicket only yielded 65 for 9,
    which H Marshall nude K |
    csc l. Cpl Wick,, took 4 for
    v5 and Lieu.Vnant Millar 2 for 3."
    had the better of it.
    SPORTS FAN.
    I >.nunit* -The Ctobr
    To The Editor. The Adrocatc.
    SIR,Allow me to congratulate
    the managc.nent of the Globe for
    having at last acquired a grand
    piano. This instrument really
    graces such a beautiful stage as
    was seen on Tuesday night
    1 am quite sure that the ar-
    tists of our local talent will have
    a better chance of pleasing their
    future audiences when assisted
    by such a splendid instrument.
    EBONY
    WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Smc,^
    C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTL1
    THE LATEST UU TO BfV.IIIT
    THE
    NU-LUSTRE PATENT
    For Use with LOTIONS and PERFUMES
    SIMPLY DIP THE APPLICATOR W YOd
    FAVOURITE BRAND AND WATCH YOll
    PERFUME AND LOTION LAST TWICE AS
    LONG.
    PRICED AT 27 CENTS EACH
    THE LATEST AID TO BEAITI
    DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
    DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
    WE
    OFtff
    OF FOOD VALUES!!
    LETTERS which ore signed with a nom-de-p.'un.e, but uo
    accompanied by the customary bona fides mill be ignored
    Many such reach the Editor' desk each week, and readers
    are again reminded ot the necessity for the writer's name
    to be known to the Editor, oof for publication, but as an
    assuianc* of good faith.
    HAMS
    I lb.. 4 lb. 7 lb.. 10 lb. tins
    Leg Hams \t or Whole
    Bologna Sausage
    Baby Foods (Strained)
    Anchor Dried Milk
    Anchor Evap. Milk
    Barley Sugar (Sucks)
    Barley Sugar in Bottles
    Potato Crisps
    CheeseleU
    MEAT l. 1*1.
    Chickens, Turkeys, L^r.
    Taila. Tongues. Tripe
    Freak Vegetables Daily
    Large Apples
    Bstfls**
    SMO, FUM 0-
    FUhCak*"'
    Daltoo Cen*
    Por**B
    GOLD
    PHONE
    GODDARDSjJ


    .^U.W FLBKLAKV -j-j. ia.,n
    Quie Fires
    Increased
    This Month
    nt,E of unknown origin
    out ai Ruby Planta-
    ci Philip, it about 11.30 p.m.
    *-jT-^.y and destroyed 9}
    ^fln.t crop ripe canes.
    tt were insured. They
    (fc^-property of Mr. J S
    -N,lVDAy at about 10 to 11.00
    Q : ire broke out at Wesi-
    .antation and destroy-
    Pr*7cres of tlrst crop ripe
    [L1 which were insured The
    Z arr the property of Mr.
    Pd Manning of the same
    ""Skged that the Are orig-
    fnm a van which caught
    -# Carlton Road at about
    Tp^on the same night The
    tJi laaderstood, was driven
    CV-. '"Ti,'>'
    Xs ri t-DAY at about 12.4L
    Tfe^t ?np of unknown origin
    ^L m: *; Sargeants Village,
    CflBBBrm Christ Church, and
    C^;j holes of tlrst crop
    tjgneV They are the property
    iQprald Weckcs of Rock Hall.
    Cftorge and werc not nsured-
    g At (1UENT occurred at the
    \ r of Hart a.id buttle
    CZgo ai about i.45 p.m. oi.
    G> between m<.tor ca.
    E**S. owned and driven b>
    E\;ioson of Second Avenue.
    Ml Hall and a bicycle owned
    n of the Wat.rworiu
    Lrjr.-r.: and naden by Charles
    CL of St. Barnabas Roaa.
    Eg Marshall of Government
    ins on the bar of the bicycle.
    Eh& Ashby and Marshall were
    Mr Injured
    KOTHck OCCIDENT took
    lice on Arthur Hill at aboui
    ,.^m. on Sunday between a
    and a bus.
    tunerstood mat St. Claii
    Greens Lane, City, wub
    bicycle along the roau.
    __which was in front oi
    smf**1- and he ran into the
    part. The head lamp of his
    K* was broken.
    Pi forehead was wounded anu
    uken to the General Hos-
    bere he was treated anci
    njea.
    i/lMtlilMl WAS Asj
    .....
    HjW o'ciock mtvin- was held a>
    Phaaals Cathedral and oihei
    Jam about 10.3U a.m. many
    cfiilaren could be seen
    |BdUD|i in the uirection oi
    i to attend this service.
    XEXTtNSION mis been made
    Esso Serviceiiter a.
    Back Street. A new building
    psc was recently adoed wu.
    ta store room, two toilets for
    tame:-, a Toilet for employees,
    nun? room and battery charg-
    fea changes will also be made
    Ft* new building. The oh.
    he trill serve us a waiting room
    Batons; who are getting iheii
    nrviced. The office will now
    panted in the new building
    ^fet where it overlooks the
    ** St-:
    E Perry Stuart. Managing
    BaT ef the Serwicenler, tolu
    Afhocilr nlerday that in
    .. To give
    to patrons.
    THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    Canada-W.L Shipping Threatened
    PAGE FIVE
    to find that while the United
    Kingdom is importing the prim*
    parts of *he pig for their own con-
    sumption. It would appear that
    they do not wish the Weal Indies
    to buy the surplus subsidiary pro-
    hich are available tn,Can-
    Mr. A. S. Bryden Tells
    Chamber Of Commerce
    RESOLUTION PASSED
    -******* KKSTH1CTIONS on th,- Mil III.,, ol
    ,h, !. *n,or ""' "*-' "f *-*> '''" c~*
    inrcil.-n ,he excellent steamship .oimnuniratioiu between
    il- Met Indies and Canada, said Mr. A. S. Brvden ai a
    meetine of the Chamber of Commerce held vesterdav.
    He proposed a resolution which was passed unanimous- -
    i>. sa>mg that the Chamber is of opinion that the Import J*1""1* the Dollar area that a no- | pan i.miiar Resolutions and for-
    Control Regulations should be modified so as to permu a I LitS ^arS?,^' iSi"^ ^,-^-^rn..,.Q?"1 ' "'
    ?"!" ?.moun.' ?.' ,rade ,0 <* "ansacted between Canad. t ', Son." *^
    ducts
    da at favourable prices." This
    must be the case, as this year when
    porkstuffs were to be purchased,
    the first notice which was put up
    called for lenders on porkstuffs
    afternoon, pus a Resolution whKh
    saould oe forwarded to His Bx-
    celiency the Governor, with a
    request thai he transmit same to
    the Secretary of State for the
    Cclonte-.
    As this matter is obviously not
    merely of vital interest to Barba-
    dos, but to the entire British West
    Indies. I wish to suggest that a
    copy of this Resolution be for- i
    -arded to ail th* Chambers of
    from countries outside the Dollar Commerce in the various West In-
    to*. It was only when It was i dian Islands, a..d to the President
    ound impossible to secure any- of the Asooetateo Chambers, with
    . j if our requirements I a suggestion that they should
    and the West Indies.
    Copies of th* NHhM ;,nd
    Mr. Bryden speech are to be sent
    to the Government here, to the
    other Chambers of Commerce of
    die Caribbean Area, to Mr.
    Youngman. President of tl Fed-
    aU2 .h.;imber? of Commerce of
    the B.WI.. to Mr. Grant-Maior,
    to Mr Storimeyer. Trade Com-
    mrtrtonsr tor thojffssn,' indies in
    Canada, to Mr J. H Brace. Chair-
    man of the Executive Committee
    of the Canadian Chambers of
    Commerce and to the Director of
    the Export Division of Trade and
    Commerce in O'.:
    Grave Concern
    Mr. Bryden said: I wish to bring

    is causing grave concern to all
    thinking members of the com-
    munity. I refer to tho fact mat
    owing to the greatly increased re-
    strictions on .'ne expenaiture of
    Dollars by the West Indies there
    is a tremendous (ailing off in the
    amount of cargo wnich i avail-
    able, on the Souvnbound trips, to
    the Steamship Lines which aro
    plying between Canada and the
    West Indies. On maiiy occasions
    steamers are arriving with com-
    paratively small amount's ofssacgo
    It must be obvious to anyon,- that
    no Steamship Line can operate
    profitably if tttey are on.
    I could cite a number of other
    instances of a similar nature to th*
    api .es and pork products, such as
    haion. which are allowed to go
    into the United Kingdom but not
    into the West Indies. There is
    only one other, however, *Mln I
    will deal with to-day and that is
    the case of sugar. There are no
    Dollars available for the West In-
    dies to buy many essential items
    from Canada, but Dollars are
    found to enable the United King-
    dom to buy substantial quantities
    of sugar from Dollar countries,
    which could be produced within
    the Sterling area at much lower
    prices than those they are paying
    the Dollar countries.
    earliest possible time.
    The Resolution
    Resoired that The Barbados
    Chamber of Commerce in Gen-
    eral Meeting wishes to express
    its very grave concern at the fact
    that duo to the increased re-
    strictions on the expenditure of
    Canadian Dollars for the pur-
    chase of goods from Canada the
    volume of cargo moving south
    bound from Canada to the West
    Indies has been greatly roflucod
    If this state of affairs is al-
    lowed to continue for any ap-
    preciable period, it is
    that the present excellent
    Steamship communications ex-
    isting between Canada and the
    West Indies will be serlciub
    disrupted, and *r*ntuaUy sus-
    pended, as no Steamship Lins
    can be economically operated
    unless it can secure adequate
    quantities of remunerative
    freight on both its outward and
    homeward voyages.
    In view of the close trade re-
    lationship which has always ex-
    isted between Canada and the
    West Indies, and also taking into
    account the fact that the present
    excellent steamship communi-
    cations with Canada are en-
    dangered, this Chamber is of the
    opinion that the Import Control
    Regulations should be so modi-
    fled as to permit of a greater
    amount of trade being transact-
    ed between Canada and the
    West Indies.
    Be it further Kcaoltvd that a
    copy of this Resolution be for-
    warded to His Excellcno. th*
    Governor-ln-Executivc Com-
    mittee, with ;i request that he
    forward same to the Secretary
    of State for the Colonies.
    Rats Menace Bridgetown
    WILL Bt FOUGHT
    1 thina trom wnat I have said I
    this afternoon it must be perfect- _____ ,
    ly clear to anyone that when the M*mb*" <* lh* Chamber of
    question of the expenditure of tom*ierce with warehouses and
    dollars is under consideration, the b""lncss houses in the city are
    West Indian Colonies are not re- t0 ,aK* concerted action against
    ceiving fair treatment, and that lh" rt menace. This was deeideu
    there is one standard of Dollar t a meeting of the Chamber
    expenditure for the United King- yesterday after the question was
    dom and another quite different brought up by Mr. D. A. Lucie-
    standard for the Colorn- s. It a Smith. The Chief Medical
    ,. Sim-^irV10" 25SS tf*! fflc*r ""ended the meeting ana
    S wM?K^.Ir.l\^1nS,d*rabIe' members advice on The best
    Literally J'"^al^moun. ^m ^n*,actlon :hey should *
    When these revised programmes throughout the Colonies. Certain- Lucle-Snuth tol<* members
    ly during my entire lifetime.
    there was never an occasion when
    there was such a feeling
    Mr. A. S. BRVpKN
    job is to save Dollars, and beUeve this
    me he does a good job.
    r*ooh the West Indies they a
    put in the hands of the various
    an of Supplies with
    ing paying loads of freight on th*-, ^-ructions to carry them out, anu 1 sentment in the Colonies aaainst
    \ ,i-t K(l. .Illld .-^l-r%*.^v- ____I 'II.LII ~_j. *___>- ... I 1 .!_____... "T *****
    of a quantity of
    'ulucd $75 was re-
    -rence Stowe of the
    nchinvar S." He
    e clothing was re-
    schooner,
    an chord in t\e
    ruesday. It belongs
    Marard Stansislans.
    SOTHfK Hiss was reported
    by Arthur Gibbet of Worth-
    Chnst Church. In this
    f|pik* a wallet valued $2.00 and
    Bfel $37 was taken from
    BBbst'i residence on Monday.
    : Lo-ss of a Raleigh bicycle
    -M.ttfa"*d 87680 was reported by
    n A. Austin of Messrs
    s* Co He stated that the
    l*as removed from outside
    .
    y.' .-
    LO!
    Shop at James Street
    '. j revolver valued
    reported by Otha
    rutitution Road,
    'hat the revolver
    from his motor car
    U a r k e d on the
    indi between Sat-
    !""H;im r.vird of Bridge-
    ajjji. St Thomas, died
    f'> M hag residence on
    V A post mortem exam-
    ^P* wai [> rformed by Dr
    [|>CUiic,. and death was
    W to natural causes.
    J 4'RH

    S< WTLEBIHV of
    M Peter, gave birth
    n Saturday and
    fSunday
    F rltin performed an au-
    P MM in inquest is fixed for
    (J* ated in this column on
    Fy '.i thai the motor
    atr". owned by St Nicho-
    ^i'on and driven by
    Holder of Four Hill, was
    P1 "i an :(ccnient.
    statement was misleadins
    2 was not in-
    \orthbuund voyages, and are
    coming down more than half
    empty on their Southbound trips.
    IV is mute man obvious that
    such a state of affairs cannot con-
    tinue Indefinitely. Sooner or later
    the Canadians will be bread n
    lell us .'nat they can no longer
    afford to operate their steamers.
    ..s the losses they are Incurring
    are far too great. Th.
    Boais will be put on To some other
    run where they can pay their way.
    nd the West Indies will lose their
    services, which will !*
    alamlty for all of these Islands.
    and which must seriously affect
    ur economy m many
    HMM '-.earners bung larg
    numbers of tourists to the W< '
    Indies, who spend large sums of
    Kb year, and all this
    revenue will be lost, as there are
    large numbers of paoi
    travel by sWamer to the West
    Indies who would not % prepared
    to come here if they could only
    gev transportation by air.
    5 Shortage
    Everyone fully appre<
    there jis an 'extremely serious
    Dollar shortage in the Britisn
    Empire, and that we all have DO
    play our part in si.\lng Dollars
    wherever it is possible to do so
    within reason. It does, however,
    appear to me that in laying lb*
    plans for saving Dollars in tho
    West Indies no account whatever
    has been taken by the English
    Government Authorities of th*.*
    fact that for generations there
    has been a very close trading re-
    lationship between Canada and
    the Wesc Indies, and that in de-
    ciding the amount of dollars that
    :he Wt .
    Canada due weight should I e paid
    to This s.XMtio:! .in.i w* should not
    be put on exactly the same basis
    as Colonies In other parts of the
    world who have no close connec-
    tions with Canada such as die
    West Indies have.
    As far as one can see, tho
    instructions which are issued to
    the West Indict, with regard to
    dollar saving are on exactly the
    .nine basis as if we were In
    Cyprus or some other dit>lanl
    colon) with no lie* with Canada.
    NoV only have there been close
    trading ties between the West
    Indies and Canada for a long
    period, but the relationships with
    Canada go much further. K must
    be recollected 'hat during the
    worst period o. the Wl
    the United Kingdom WU BBAU3
    unable to look after Re West
    Indies, the Canadians filled the
    breach. They undertook .0 pro-
    vide the ships to bring goods to
    the West Indies and made the
    Ueiiniti statement which ihey
    earned out-that they would treat
    he WesY Indies in the same man-
    ner as if they were a Pi
    the Dominion. In addition, they
    made large gifts of Flour to all of
    n West Indian Colonies.
    which were a grea.' boon and
    helped to tide us over a very
    difficult period.
    Obviously, in view of this
    special relationship between the
    West Indies and Can-
    pcars to me that In considering
    th* amount of Dollars which thr
    West Indies can spend In Canad'i
    special consideration must be
    given to the general set-up, and
    that the close relationship whxh
    exists should not be ignored ii
    it has been
    are, for the most pan. uter- ">e manner in which their affairs
    <-d out, unless it is founu 1 arr conducted by the Colonial
    impossibleas sometimes hap-' Office.
    panto procure the goods from
    tho source set but in the revised
    programme. It must be remem-
    bered that most of the Control-1
    lers of Supplies arc Government
    officials who have been brought,
    up all their life in the Civil Scr-
    who have, from timei
    a] regarded an edict
    (rom the Colonial Office as some-.
    thing which must be earned out
    without question. Unless the
    ^oods are not obtainable within (
    the Sterling Area no protest is
    mad*, unless the public and the
    .'1 community make
    nch an outcry' that the matter
    e taken up.
    1 wish to make it quite clear at
    this juncture that I attach no
    blame whatever *.o our local Con-
    :ru ler of Supplies, Mr. Bishop,
    who I believe to be one of the
    b*at Controllers of Supplies in
    :he West Indies. I do. however,
    that the commercial community,
    who is in a position to under-
    stand these matters, should go
    carefuUy into the situation and
    make whatever protest is neces-
    sary when things are done which
    must have a very adverse effect
    nomy of the Colonies.
    i would now like to deal with
    i-m of whether in fact
    ' M restrictions on Dollar
    axpenditur* In Canada are in
    kJ whether
    he Colonies art* being treatec
    absolutely fair.y in this mattei
    I have recently been informed oi,
    very good authority that during
    :9*"9 the United K-og-
    dom spent a sum of no less than
    $1,500,000.00 in purchasing Cana-
    (Uan Anplrs for the English mar-
    ket. We .(*<> know that a short
    time ago there was a public an-
    nouncement from the United
    Kingdom that a very large con-
    the purchase of bacon
    in Canada had been put through
    by the Ministry of Food at very
    advantageous prices
    The obiect of my address
    this afternoon Is not, however,
    to deal with Ihe question of
    discrimination, but with the
    fart (hat If the present state
    of affairs continues It Is ml> a
    matter of lime before we lose
    thr pment steamship Ser-
    vices which are beta* oper-
    iled between Canada and the
    West Indies, and that inch an
    eventuality will be a calamity
    for the West Indies.
    There can be no question that
    the close trade ties which have
    existed between Canada and the
    West Indies for generations, merit
    very special consideration and
    treatment when the authorities in
    London are considering the ques-
    tion of the allocation of dollars
    for trade with Canada. It is quite
    obvious that no special considera-
    tion has in the past been given to
    this matter and that the West
    Indies have been dealt with in
    the same manner as if sucn a re-
    lationship had never existed.
    I feel that this matter Is of
    great importance and urgency,
    and that this Chamber should this
    that from enquiries that he had
    made, he had found out that rats
    infested warehouses in such large
    quantities that It was often possi-
    ble merely with the use of a
    stick to lull as many as 150 in
    a single night.
    Rats were a menace not only
    from the angle of destroying food,; menace
    but also from that of spreading' After further
    who owned warehouses in the (n>
    was essential.
    Mentioning some of tl
    tlons of warehouses which rail I
    be remedied, the C MO said that
    few if any warehouses were raj
    proof, and a good deal more eouM
    be done to keep than reasonably
    cleaner than *-as being done al
    present. Then, there was very
    little use putting down rat poison
    in a warehouse when their in
    plenty of meal and flour scattered
    on the fioor which the rats could
    eat anyway.
    The CMC also suggested that it
    would be a good thing .-.
    warehouse there was someone
    specifically detailed to co-operate
    with his (the CJLO.*a)
    ment In the curtailing
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    disease. He thought he would
    bring the matter up because there
    might be other members suffering
    from the menace, and he thought
    it was vital that something should
    be done.
    Mr. Innlss speaking from his
    experience at the Cotton Factory
    supported Mr. Lucie-Smith'.* re-
    marks and suggested that con-
    certed action should be taken
    Members of the business
    community could perhaps on an
    arranged night set baits and
    poison In all the warehouses
    around the city.
    The chief Medical Officer afU
    that his department helped with
    the rat menace in nwre* than one
    raj Continuing he said that his
    lep&rtment felt that nothing less
    haii concerted action and co-
    operation would carry the matter
    any further. It felt that co-
    operation between themselves and
    the entire mercantile community
    Chamber decided that they a
    start the campaign in then
    warehouses, telllnc the Bai
    Department, the Board of HealFTu
    and the Department
    and Agriculture what they were|
    doing and allowing the campalgr
    to be carried out on a wider hill
    as time went on
    H.R.H. Princess Alice Installed
    As College Chancellor
    (*> From page 4
    IVnniv.ion Refused
    Above all. you are fortunate
    in your Principal. A well-known
    scientist with a distinguished
    record 111 two World Wars, he
    brmgr to his task many outstand-
    ing qualities. He has an intimate
    knowledge, gleaned over a quar-
    ter of a century, of the oldest ol
    our British Universities. He has
    unbounded energy and a deep-
    rooted faith in the purposes for
    which this College was estab-
    lished which enables him to face
    I and surmount all difficulties, as
    1 1 can vouch from my own personal
    j knowledge of his work
    He Is indeed "a man of hope
    As everyone is well aware, we "J forward-looking mind"
    have been refused permission to' whom yw *-" P1*1* >'*"" trust.
    import apples from C-anada for a'' m *ure lhal ho can rely on tl1e
    long number of years, as they' unswerving loyalty of all con-
    are considered to be "non-esscn- j nected with this University Col*
    .. with this decision I j *** in carrying out the impor-
    am entirely in agreement. It is. "ant task which lies before mm.
    amazing, however, to find that (applause).
    this large sum of money should The London partners in th*
    v, been spent on apples for scheme are no less determined
    t*fj Kingdom. While Ca-;that the venture will be..* success.
    nadian apple* are going into J Our teachers are co-operating
    with your teachers and many of
    England in large quantities, we
    in the West Indies are refused I them "have already paid visits to
    permission to purchase many ab-. these Islands. In particular is this
    solutcly essential items from Ca- | lrue o( lnc teachers from
    tada.
    For Instance, potatoes and
    onions could be obtained fram
    Canada al very much lower
    prices than we are forced ta
    pay In various other part* of
    the world. He Are. howrvrr.
    prohibited Irom but ins thrse
    Koods from Canada.
    OaU is another Item which
    the We*t Indie*, have bouckt
    from Canada for senerations.
    These are now totally pro-
    hibited -nd we are told ta
    obtain our oat* within the
    Sterling Area al whatever
    prices It may be necessary ta
    pay.
    While enormous quantities of
    bacon are goiatg from Canada to
    ihe United Kingdom, we in the
    West Indies are no longer allowed
    , ,t will be ln*erest-!tOebuyv.nyobo,i *-*-
    HH> More Bags
    W Flour Arrive
    W jur arrived for Barbados
    J* 4,823 ton "Alcoa
    "iied into port yestar-
    w""f has been shipped
    "is to Barbados
    . ider how these Dullai .
    arrangements are worked out It
    appears that each West Indian
    Colony is instructed during the
    second half of each year to pre-
    pare a programme of its requir*--
    ments for the following year
    stating sources of suj,
    . This programme is sent to Lon-
    or* _bags o'ldon to the Colonial Office, when-
    there appears to be some man.
    or men. whose duty it is to clc*-**-
    ly scrutinise these programme*
    and see to it '.hat the Colonies do
    not soend a Dollar which can
    pcssibly be avoided. This man.
    is employed and paid
    by the British Goveron
    appears that it is no concern <'
    n cutting down the
    Medical Schools who have helped
    to build up your Faculty of Medi-
    cine in which, naturally, the Lon-
    don tradition is paramount I
    have no doubt that, in the y.ars
    U> 00***, that Faculty will "be a
    child of which the parent may
    well be proud.
    Our eagerness is in part due
    to the long tradition which we
    have In our institutions, and par-
    ticularly in our Medical Schools
    of excellent students from the
    West Indies. We are proud to
    number many of them amongst
    our students to-day In London.
    and in particular we are prout.
    of one who. in the rfccM interna-
    tional games in London, brought
    faoM lu this island by winning an
    Olympic victory, I refer, of course,
    to Arthur Want (Applause).
    There is a turthcr reason for
    I our Interest. As the Irvine Com-
    mittee recognised, the External
    Degree of our University has for
    many years been the traditional
    "w Canadian Bank of
    The shipment has
    mmXZf, ot bags of
    ' te arrive In th
    *H as ~-' "' "Tiva u
    [ 'or the week. r expenditure of tfx* West
    ^ Roamer" has also Indies, he may be seriously io-
    "n Pork and head-' urrferlng with long eaUbUahec
    rto was all
    fro*y and it
    Sterling Area, it we cm get it
    and this is not always easy. Our
    total allocation of bacon for a
    year is comparatively trivial, a
    matter of somewhere in the vin-
    ity of 30/35 tons.
    Owing to the low standard of ' of nose West Indians who
    living in thi West Indies baconj war* unable to enter a univer-
    on account of its priceis beyond tuty. We therefore regard it as
    the reach of the great majority most appropriate that the pres-
    of our population. We. however, ent generation of students in the
    do consume large quantities of West Indies should continue t<-
    oickled porkstuffs, such as pigs' be tested by our examinations
    t.iis, pork snouts, jowls, and the if further proof were needed of
    other extremities of the ptg which the concern which the University
    cannot he used for procossUng ba- f London feels for tho welfare of
    con or hams. These pickled .h, oileee. I need onlv refer to
    porkstuffs which we use In the the presence here tod;
    Vice-Chancellor Prof*
    Pen-on 'annlause).
    An historian by
    Lillian
    West Indies are a cheap by-
    product of the bacon production
    -rried out in Canada for An historian by nrt^asainw
    export to the Unitad Kingdom, whose earliest researches illum-
    and these Canadian Porkstuffs are [nad the field of Wast Indian
    hnf arrangements between 1 available at favourable pries* and -tud.es. she was an aetive rr.em.
    left the West Indies and Canada, and! the West Indies have been glad ber of the Asoulth Commission
    the welfare of this College, as
    your Principal will readilv testify.
    As Vice-Chancellor of the Uni-
    versity of Londonthe Arst wo-
    man ever to hold that high office
    she has many calls made on her
    ;ime and attention Nevertheless,
    if she will permit me to say so,
    she remains faithful to her twin
    loves, History and Higher Educa-
    tion in the Colonies.
    And so she has put aside all
    other engagements to be here with
    us today, and so to demonstrate in
    unmistakable fashion the belief
    which the University of London
    has in the future of your College.
    Never before in the history of the
    University have both the Chan-
    cellor and Vice-Chancellor trav-
    elled outside the bounds of Great
    Britain to be the representative of
    the University at such a, ceremony.
    Applause). This is indeed a token
    of the warmth of feeling between
    r>ur two Institutions and we are
    happy to take part In what I can
    truly call this delightful family
    gathering.
    And so I wish you well in the
    momentous journey on which you
    are now starting. You have chosen
    Rood companions for your journey.
    I have already mentioned some of
    them and now perhaps I may be
    permitted to refer briefly to your
    Chancellor.
    Naturally, I approach the topic
    with a certain amount of bias,
    (laughter) How could it be other-
    wise? Princes* Alice is an Hon-
    orary Graduate of our University
    and the Chairman of the Govern-
    ors of one of its College*. Accord-
    ingly,'she is in her own right a
    person ol great experience in
    university mattersquite apart
    from any knowledge which she
    may have acquired, over my
    shoulder as It were. In the eigh-
    teen years during which I have
    been Chancellor of th* University
    of London. Under her wise and
    friendly guidance, I prophesy that
    this University Cojlesj* of the
    West Indies will justify the faith
    of its found*.* and win for Itself
    an honourable place in the ranks
    of the university Institutions of
    '.he Commonwealth.
    And so I end. with words bor-
    rowed from the ceremonies of on*
    *f the great City companies in
    London of which I am a member
    The University College of th*
    West Indie*may It flourish root
    and branch!
    The Chancellor then declared
    the procdings at an end One*
    more two process!001 left the as-
    sembly. The first was the Chan-
    cellor's Procession. H.R.H. Prin-
    cess Alice, still looking exquisitely
    fresh and dainty in her magnifi-
    cent gold and black robe, sup-
    ported by the train-bearer, and
    escorted by His Excellency tha
    Governor of Jamaica, followed by
    the Marshals and by the Earl of
    Athlon* with Lady Muggins Then
    the long Principal's Profiasina
    slowly filed out once more. In the
    revere order to that I* which
    they tad -mtered, and as the scar-
    let gowns of the under-graduat
    25 YEARS AGO
    (Barbados Advocate, Irbrujr*
    Zl, 1923)
    FOOTBALL
    Harrison Cnllet-i* w Bvvsjffl
    The llrst foolb,...
    season was begun .it '1
    on Saturday last
    The College wag gT*ai
    capped by tne ataasjoci ot C rt.
    Hutchinson and the loss of I). L
    Webster, who strained a muscle
    during the second hail
    game. B, Goddard scored a goal
    for the College u
    play begun. Thai arag
    score made in the first hulf
    On the resumption ol
    after half tlnu- H
    goal for Rovers. K01 tl
    the game play was eotttUy bal-
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    The teams wen
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    BY uEE FALK & RAY MOORES
    ana awoo.PNt at
    PlSIUltll.Ul..yPONT
    YOU 6M0W OUR UEiT
    THE GAB0CH4?
    ,k Mini panormor m ana oaloflri*
    1.....tireicuio.]mein loam or on Ma open raa4. Manueun*Wawa Kp*
    on Ihe looch aa4 n-' problem to perk
    ller jreai Imlc Man cnBine g,lc. .imple power plue an enuunj raiMt* r*
    aallon. And nhai nnniaaaiin hattna include vnchtormiiic liriiaHiii |V
    cruuigc. independein mini coil ^pringma. I ockhecj hydraulic brakaa at*
    onMriKiion of hod) And chaeuft
    Thn i. iMe car ,ih the h( appearance Ihe arcj-rr partormanea a *
    Mntu value of all. Thai is the new Hillmaa Mlru.
    Ml
    THE PRICE HAS ,\OT YET ADVANCED
    TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS AjND PURCHASE NO^
    i*
    COLE A IO.. LTD.
    DISTRIBUTORS FOR ROOTES LTD.



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    JSDAi rri.iu ARY 2.1. IK
    CLASSIFIED ADS. **
    ____________TIIF. BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    ivn;u
    PAGE -fcVEN
    IN
    MEMORIAM
    g. " j watlM without l*rell
    **?* Tony Quint, n.
    ._ TWiiTLDsOn '*'' *Tr
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    )* "> per*'*' condition,
    1,'"" '"?::
    [u, AND TKIICKS Ma:i>
    ,am prtcoe" ail In ifuar-
    joon \Lu-JiaIt Edweid*
    " ""*'""' ""Si s-
    ?OR BEXT
    HOUSES
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    Jl,v,rsKss.c""-"' -iJT^i

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    1-2"*-* oMreom,
    I .nwjwrr. ft, ThomT.
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    APOl*: 9 H Slrr*.
    31 1 |0- i,
    w-^v'
    f^u. mu ,
    i Minx.

    ine of the bMi
    strong Alwm,
    mU condition
    price Apply. _s.tT-*W*h''
    Zl 3 l.f.i
    p< i
    T-' '
    to 'itxii 'ire* and tubs
    jw DHivrry 0th March
    &0vrTorer- will be coritld^^red
    LnW .wHIliiiwn Minx Salon 1S41
    SS S order *- ood eancllU.
    eat
    M-1***
    33 3 50Jn
    rrrl V-S Truck
    ,_* Qlgir-" 10** *** flattery-
    Bges
    in pert eel condition
    Phone 2000. Mr* I
    | H tn
    UVESTOCK
    li iwo-yrar-old
    For (urther per-
    1. Harford. Nor.
    31 1503n
    EjTon* H> Ouwiwy Holt--
    w- c*"- '" ^ *"*. --*
    KH m* Cow Govrrhmenl
    Loawntey stall. A. W WUIUnu,
    EovRfUAmX HIDING HORSES
    Kg, Men pneo- **. Me*
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    a i soeod -iw
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    '*" Prtvat* ChrMtaaM Card* Irom

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    iium*atlon m.uWd' fWv
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    BSD
    Eastern Stales Tvroin* Pom.-.-
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    =**!. typ*mUng and rlwwanUrv
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    rmor. Appty to Box 11 ui car*
    t 4v,-ct* CO. 23 3 SO-
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    "l?-_WflLJJAM MAYHAJID AILCYKE
    ofTWi S cwu> ''"''"',
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    : AN BUNtRLY IN to
    *wh in a country horn*.
    .1Ccn.Tm0dJ1t1.v1 Applj Vf
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    MISCELUNEOUS
    NOTICE
    H1B HitarM In Barbados Co
    -- rallv* Raiut UmllM i cr. nifMt apply to R S Ntrholl* .
    1113 Itoobvich St Hint W
    23 3 W- i
    - HAVX _
    MoauJaj,
    dock, the followln--
    iniin-rto* by the
    it Ontr-,
    HIW Oullir.
    Station _
    l>*mmnf m
    lleme:-
    Thirty <30i Cwton. o( nucu,
    Four P| of G;,, "^
    >n* 'li Iron BM.te.S
    Three <3j Sorda.
    Two m Oalvaniie Sheet).
    T^,^5S-Sr ,U ' "-
    D'ARCY A. 9C&TT.
    Govt. Auctlonevt.
    l.M |B
    Xhf
    bo tat up
    ***cuon on* property
    >* prepertv *hlc^
    "' boorooma. kiichen.
    01 ! b9 BUUM
    al li,- iw Road,
    (ofwait of 3.331
    In.ii" whir
    dining
    , DARCY A SCOTT.
    Auctions r^,, a,,,. Awnt
    ________ 3 4it
    CHANICAt
    MaG vACHINF. nnrrell Flec'ric.
    ^Ihw,. T Oclde. (Irani Lid
    , Under a vwr. old WOO it
    RW W A Barnn A Co
    10.3. SOIf.n
    Tn Oen'i and I..(Hi Snela Autfl
    TCi TTafklCaT St. Dial IBM.
    7 3 MJt f
    REAL ESTATE
    iJrI-?MSi11BJlou* Hkh-' -
    Jf2n- HOM. on r.cHir,,! U,r
    cTlnokinc hateur At rvesent
    ; ' I40.000 H) ft land or emaU.
    CARRIER CYClJ-Al-> Tor (urther In/ormaii
    I nrilkinmi & Ihyn. Co iTtf
    .^JQ
    n 2 -jv-f,
    flTAHP NEWS- At the Mayfair Gift
    JaW Aflu>lic Club Flrat !..
    Bpjt-#rni)le(r tei Cotoruition Btampa
    "- Qld U S. A. Sump., etc
    10 J.S0lln
    .III ', iiu-'i
    r'llhntf" *
    in*- Hn
    a.a.so-
    ... face cloth.
    nMy Thr Nmelly Store.
    WRftOt Corner McCrefor Street
    D Uf hi
    If-
    alfc) St
    fcAARRows Hemvy Durable
    C* ,or h""1 owrfc, .ii ]f> on
    h-Mlio* Acenclei Ltd. Bay si
    II I 1 'In
    T-BM Rooflni in S (Jallon
    fcJLM.W P" O^ 1> Per
    I Airnciea Lid Bay 9t
    II I 304n
    IflLl || H
    coxr: ..Li.
    MM iir.-w
    ichinu drink
    1..-11 to-dev
    M"H.d ARMMM
    ttaORAS Duim FUl-Vui
    aaa Fllma at n c i*,icr
    IB Ltd. Bay SI
    18 : Me-fi
    HOXm SYPHONSFor inak'ne
    "! !l home al MM each. AJao
    or Bolba at 11.44 per Doom. Bor-
    AOtnelr. Ltd. Bay St
    III 50On
    U ri'Miujjts (.,-..1 mwUt] In
    il BOO per Dos. and '. pint
    t*r Boxen Barbado* A|enciei
    Stteet
    II 2 M- on
    nunjN(i srrra *,i Huhnte at
    Mloh*el. Minimum m. lOjST^q. n
    Z.ZZ *T. **"'* WWII to*d. with
    ainr ard 1M1V aupply .h-.^^ ln.
    TO WIlklna^Tirir "** &-
    J.W. HiiBiiuon HayiMc Co UU
    ____________ l 2 SO Bii.
    ,^"^"ra ^L"" om" ' " und-
    CAJUHNOTON at SJCALY
    II ISMn
    NOTICE
    KJ*A1^>JTEfDiSls will b* rei
    by the underawned not ,Mrr lhan
    HI supply of provifton* and frrwie, j
    ,., 1? " d"v*td .1 the Almjihoii-e
    5q2farJ0ilrwh ** nUlk i" !" !
    !S. *** deuv'red at the A>m..u-e
    !3. Conwyance by Motor Tran^^l
    c* ') Pauper* | the Alm.hotuaii
    irom any part f the pmrlart. > To I
    and from (iene..U lloepiUl H .,. I
    public iratutiiiMn out of th.- ,anah
    j-|C offln.from the Ainvhouae and
    * nrpaee from the houae in M,\ part I
    ol the pM-Uh. to t-* Hearae a.^
    to the Orave id' Ct irom the
    Almwuiute t.. Ihn hanroi. and
    the Grarr*
    N R The Board <>t Poor Law Otlar-
    dwna rraert-. |h, rUht to *nd by R...
    or oeherwiae. *, Pouper. who In *hel- I
    opinion, can lie convoved bv aueh meaitl
    Sumed A. A n (JILL.
    Clerk. Poor lw a.iirdUna.
    St 'oeeph
    ..1 IN !
    I'ulilir %lt?j-Conlfi.
    REAL ESTATE
    Kb Of Un I
    1. >n the public tend.
    For ail Information
    apply to
    M I .-' ||
    wiims SANDS. S Lam
    of the moat Bltr.. I
    >untniow on thli coart
    batninjr. telephone, private
    wroen Reaeonable rmtnl (or__.
    '..le Ayrnla.
    Planlallona HullUirin. PhOtM 4O40 I
    3a?S0-ln
    . kopf
    Mah(rgany & Odir
    FURNITURE
    of ihi. BKAUTY and STRXNCTH.
    IhU COMFORT and
    Wf Saving Prirr
    i aeldom leen tocether
    Two excellent oblonjr Mahofany
    raninp: Tnble-. *e.u,r 4 to B
    TJiree pectal aeaa of a or 4 each
    Draw.nji Item caned
    upholttered Katofl-ny Chair.
    Three Cluna CaMneu. Enrh a
    Popuiar atyle and we.
    Roll front. Double Pedettal aid
    Bowfront CaMinler-iunk Vanltlee
    with or without ttyllan StooU
    Hlnhly pollened Manc*anv and
    Cedar perteatal Deak (or wrltlnf
    with art and ease
    IJH- US SX3C YOU EARLY

    Li WIISON
    .% I lt\MIM M.IMIV
    ALL thai three aforted -torn- wj.l'
    dwelllnji houae altuaie In 91 Mlcharli
    'low. n.idjtetown. fadjomin* the pre-
    mlaea occupied by The Dornn Bay Rum
    Ompwyi lUndlnc on 4,313 tquare ff
    Unj. The dwelltn* houae contain*
    w-^Twni on the top floor, dr.i-in* ,.'
    -lini*/ roonu and 3 bedroom* on the
    erotid floor: kitchen and usual "in
    nnwea and everai other rooms on la*
    around floor
    Excellent nt* for buaineaa
    For further particular* apply lo the
    ui dmlmrd ^F
    The above will be net up for Hie b) I
    Public Competition at our office In Luca* I
    Stree-. Irldjielown. on Friday the Mlh
    refcruawy IBM al 3 p.m
    CARRTNOTON K SRALY ..
    Solicitor*
    I* 1.50l(n
    aWDutr,, i,^. Arrow Brand,
    teT Carton of 23 Bottle., and JaBe
    lot MM per Car tun of 34 But
    rradjui Afencin Ltd n | Si
    11.1.50 In.
    WYS lUiu
    Cham, and Rri.ioli
    rbn tad Oold C
    Ml or Bottle lUrbado. A
    II
    11- Aaenciei
    P1ATES White plain, goo
    _* Shallow , Soup, at 04 00
    BaV Barbadoi Ajfencle* Ud. Bay
    i I N <>
    ~ Fraaoa'' Hard Qlots. In
    a*. Cream. Buff. Apple and
    10B aatnal Red In 1 Gallon,
    r^** Per Qallou Can Barba-
    lafarbk) Ltd, Bay St.
    II 3 50-to
    POST OF UVESTOCK OFPICKR-DKPARTMENT OF
    \ Dtnrtm' n? ."I '",' !nV"fd '"' :-'ve5tock omcer in the
    SK. er,CU,,Ure- DominK'' Windward Islands. It is desir-
    Inl iT^f ShOUl'1 h0,,, dWee or dlPloma- but experience
    in general livestock work will be the decidin* ractor
    Salary w.ll U- h. U k* (680 x J96-J2.400 per annum. It
    a car is re^ui.td in l-o kept, ..llowance* in accordance with local regu-
    la.i.n, will be paid^ Suli.^mto allowance will be paid at the rate
    or $3.b0 per day when awaj fr-.m Headquarters.
    Applicants should writ*, to the Superintendent of Africultur
    Bounic (.ardens, Roseau, I^m.nua. enclosing details of qualification*
    and experience, and two rocoal leslimonials.
    (Slid 1 ULDe VERTEUIL,
    Superintendent of Agriculture,
    Dominica.
    23.2.503n
    Timber, having Pine flonn
    foundation rori-Mtirur of Fir bedroom'
    two btrtre Vorandaha. lanf* Kitchen, large
    ninln* room, etc Oulildr Two-Cat
    rjaraa-e. three Servant*' quarter*. Toilet
    '"il Ilalh. Fowl houae*. havlrul two
    Beach Fully furn.ahed. C5000. un-
    (umlilied C4.M0 Poaaeealon within one
    T.onth Apply: Ralph A BeaTd. Hard-
    wood Alley Phone 4013
    33 2 5- In
    MOUSEr Mo dam Bungalow. !**>>
    4.0M aq. ft Fruit treea. VmeUWe.,
    lovely Harden, plenty of apace for Chlck-
    rna, Turkey. P. ft (Ja laid on
    Apply: "Soineraei" Behnonl Rd
    31 3 SO- OKR S'one Wall buildinat called SheiM 1
    M'uate at Bay SVeel. neat Yacht Club
    It 'XMialiU of open verandah, drawing and
    di-ina- tuma, two bedroom*, breajtfail
    loom kitrhen. toilet and balh. aumdin/
    on 5.440 *q It of land, the one 1-
    ean lv in.pe.-led on appliea-
    hon to D'ARCY A SCOTT. Auctioneer
    ar Rant &Ule Agent- DU1 314S;
    PS"8 -Young" 13 Volt, for
    H?1* Qmranteed at reaeonable ___
    * * Agenciea Ltd Hay 9t | PROPCRTY: One arnall nropert:
    .____________ ' *?> Tv.-rdalde Road which conaiat* of
    ._.---- ._ .-..----*rmi Riii'iktvi hbi vvalng I
    IB w -,"" Baxbadoe Agen- ^^v w D'ARCY A. SOOTT Auction-.
    II 50-0n
    --u .,. ,JW or nollLe Bmr
    r*oaartea Ud Bay St
    1 Dial ITj
    333 50-
    ONB Stone Wall building called 'V'rta-
    Cot'. afiuito rl River Road It coniMfi
    , I of eloaed Ralbary. drawing and ,dlrung
    UlMWan. fB0-|-> tWQ hm4ntmimjau*mi: tolle* anj
    -----------------' hvlh. .tajlii^l on TR0 aq. tl of lana
    rtiee Plalea- 1 o.* _-,- u m, ,nd t.n 1^ in*pecled
    F.- PeHe.t|ITD^,,l(Ki tll D'ARCY A SoTT.
    Keith Archer auctioneer Real B*Lat
    33 2 50 In I 3!u
    ! *n
    R^^r.1^,/^?1"' 1??^ I MAJ.VWtK. Baln-ml Gap.
    VeJBi "rimiiae Oloav C.-raparc | om^.^ TRIO w*l| buill and a"ac.
    ka-f.th other make*, on Ihe uTaaV^liaaMd Muportf containing
    a 1 soe o d *
    TI:N,)lnrl/SJ',OK I: Sl|l>l-V OK FRKSI1 COWS MILK
    TO TUB PUBLIC FXF.MENTARY SCHOOLS
    _ J^,"1 "' f<" UK >"pp|y of fresh cow's milk to the
    Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the following
    maoa btmt
    1 8th May to 4th Augu-t
    2 11th September to 8lh Dcremiier, 1950.
    3 8t h 1951.
    Particulars M Mlll| lMi, (1|s ((f suppiylng the
    milk are embodied in the contract, (Copies at which are available for
    reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office).
    Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
    'ormances of the contract.
    The tenders marked 'Tender for lh| supply of fresh cow's milk"
    rj Selwols, must reach the Colomal Secre-
    tary's Oflice not later than 12 o'clock noon OB Saturday, the 23th
    March. 1S50.
    The Government does not b'nd itself to accept the lowest or any
    tender.
    I7th February, 1950.
    WORTHY DOWN Situated Top luwk
    having a predominating view, 0011-
    Irurtril o( II* itone. Bverlte roof vid
    (>>lour-crete floor*, ooruuuing ..( Ihroe
    edroixna. each having tnteerommunkit-
    ing Toilet and Bath, two lounge BnJconle<
    and one Broafcfaat Balcony a laige
    l.iuiige Dining room and Ultra Modem
    Kitchen having bulll In Cupboard* 1 n-i
    i.umernui F.'ecUic light filling, throuah
    "u- Ouidde: Two car garage, lee-
    ervanla' Quarter*, laundry, entirely
    "iw-IommI Poeeeaiion imnmUate, *V<
    Apply: Ralph A. Beard. Hardwood All-v
    Phone 4003 33 ? SO In
    MARDTOW-Standing on 11 000 'O ft 1 ..
    on aoiid rortt. Overlooking ihe 're the due performances of the contract
    ell rl S-roruTl'
    23.2 50. In
    Ira
    *' AND ELBCTHOI.ITK
    g* T-r company Trafalgar
    *"- 13 2 50 t f r
    g** LICENSE NOTICE
    L. dar holdei
    I^jar Licena* at wait bi.ild-
    [ n aoabuck Street. C.t>
    ' 'rate. Dm A
    C W WArKINS.
    fcf&a--..-- ..u tfSsi.
    TLrT"*'"* Court lo be h.M -I
    bS^J1!?" *" "" M> r^ ^ Ibtl wo l 11 oclock.
    , "*" aw*.
    '** MoreTTTT
    in na
    ""?a l"is Hotplates
    ^^BiHr- HUHNBRS
    * .,'';' MTRNgOg I U.
    r. *** ttAMEl HM..I,
    ..*at reaeonable flgure. There are io
    nu.n antranc-e and the driveway JfO
    ,, ehcaulanl condalton II you *'"*;
    tag for an itiawpenatve hou*e m ^*ifC'
    dietrlct yo* opporunll>'here DIXON
    * B1ADON Real Betate AoenU A**;
    i-oiTa. PUntation. a*ulldin **?"
    mm 33 1 50 |a
    . TENDKKS FOR THK SUPPLY OF SUGAR TO THF.
    PUBLIC KLEMENTARY SCHOOLS
    TENDERSaxi UjVllod fa 'hesuppiv rjtfCafsu Straw Sugar to the
    Public Elementary Schools of the Island during the following school
    terms:
    1 8th May to 4th August, IBM.
    2 11th September to 8th December, 1950.
    I. 8th JttUfjtrj l M April, 151.
    The estimated fortnightly requirements are 4.500 to 10,000 pounds
    of sugar Persons tci. 1 .. ,. ,. jicr pound plus
    Supplies mu.-t bt ilehver.d to the schools every two weeks ac-
    cording to the requiionunts of the individual schools, and all deliv-
    -t be completed within three days.
    Tenders must cover ..11 reguiremeiiis of the schools during the
    periods mentioned goOVO, and must reach the Colonial Sojerefary's
    Office nol later than 12 u'clock noon ** Saturday, the Utn Mejch,
    1050. Tei.dl Teiulers for Ihe Supply of Sugar to
    tht Pul'ln I
    The pgOfQD afl .-t lie prepared 10 fur-
    Marine nlsh *urt'tie& for the dug i-rfoimance of the contract.
    The Government dors not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
    tender
    \i February, 1950.
    23 2.50 In.
    BUDeDCNG 1-AND. St Jamea Appro^-
    iiuatoiy I acre w"h encellent eer
    (-ontage Unaurpar-ed bathing One of
    >he flneat aitea of the. nature in the
    ,.land Bare opportunity for ihe rtfht
    per1k.11 lo acquire a lovelv and pic-
    upquf buHdi.ut *-te DIXON .
    HLADON Real a-**" **"** *'"
    ... , &o wnim ."
    ng Phone 4040 ** .
    yion.
    fale rar-ige.
    *0a11*flf'
    Tltr MALL .Near Wafawgord fcta-e
    St MVhaol PleaaatU old teortd pro
    r-Vtv -tor.ding In approv I a-re. r
    nleaaant and quite prlvaU fa-eund
    " ked bv *ugar
    bedioorna. largo el
    tabling, errvarua'
    * *c Trill property ta iiiwh
    ie*.ar>nable figure ranking ll an fracUvi'
    -enoy-atlon peopoalUon DIXON *
    niADON. Beal BftaU Agent*. Plant*
    tkni Bullduig r*aone 4O40
    "^RJC^rr**- PhlUp. Ma-aavetv eon-
    trucled Beuie home with 4 l>*droom..
    i-ige and airy
    land
    .IjJUveiM-n
    _ ,_.ed far*--- t
    s HLADON, Read Jtatate Ageril*. Auc-
    toneora and Burveyor*. Ptai
    TENDERS EOK THE TRANSPORT OF BISCUITS AND
    MILK TO THE PUBUC MOMENTARY SCHOOLS
    aaaMDSRfl .m- BViti fa ICM '.. ,. ji i of t artons of biscuits and
    container me Public Elementary Schools
    of the Island during 111 bool terms:
    1 8th May to 4th August. 1030
    2. 11th Scptrmt" !50.
    3 8th January to (ith Apul. 1051.
    are 400850 cartons of bis-
    cuits of 24 lbs mi .iiier- of Skimmed Milk Pow-
    der of 50 lbs. each. Supplies must be laken from central depots in
    ;
    Supplier gffi>aj I bo weeks according; to the re-
    ntal Mhoole, and all deliveries must be com-
    pleted within three days.
    Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during the
    periods M must reach the Colonial Secretary's
    Office not later itum 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 25th March.
    195;). Tenders roust be marked "Tender for transport of biscuits and
    patr Milk lo the Pubh iuoIs."
    waws* treader Is accepted must be prepared to fur-
    tB char performance of the contract.
    Bora* eoku not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
    The pOaTafJn v.aoea f
    rush suretMM for the cha*
    MaTRMlM 4fcoa.
    tender
    17th February, 1050.
    Vi.d Wife Plan
    Trip To Honolulu
    HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 12
    Tyrone Power, the mm sUr. and
    May Form
    European Pact
    ' BERUN, >W
    Foreifn Minister* vt ell Easte
    Stelet. including Easlcrn Oernienv.
    will meet in Prejue in the
    J>Jre. Ihe Wm Berlin Sot,.11 Linda Chruti.n expect a baby In
    t^iMiferai reporter today. October, his studio said to-day.
    A preliminary meeting of rep- They were married in January
    reeentaUves o( Ihe Eastern Bloc ' H0"1 "" saddened when
    Slates was held in Dresden a few "" Chrlnlan lost a baby last
    September.
    Power and his wife plan to sail
    for Honolulu in two or three
    weeks, aa soon as he completes his
    rurrent film. Later he will go on
    iri Manila to make a guerilla
    movie, and Miss Christian will
    Join him there. They plan to re-
    turn home before the baby's ar-
    MV.ll
    .mler
    Similar reports, some of which
    suggested that th,
    draw up an East European Pact
    as an answer lo the Atlantic Pact.
    nave been circulating in Berlin.
    since early this month.
    Usually reliable sources c*M
    10 the F-ast German Government
    denied that any top level talki
    heve taken place recently la'
    {***> or elsewhere IB iho
    Eastern Zone. They aUo denied
    that Eastern Foreign Minister
    ^eorge Dertinger intends to go l
    Prague In fmThcar future.
    Renter
    Seeks Police
    Protection
    si 'i?? SUCCESS. Feb. 22.
    cur Mohamed ZarTullah Khan
    I wain Minister of Pakistan, ha-
    asked the State Department foi
    eillce protecUon, because he bo-
    il "Indian fanatics"
    might make an attempt on his life.
    Charlie Chaplin
    Was Best Actor
    HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 22.
    A poll to tlnd ihe greatest lllm
    stars of the half-century place
    Charles Chaplin as the best actor,
    the Prague publication Daily
    VnniTi;. which conducted the poll,
    announced today.
    First and second in the best
    actress selection were Swedish
    stars Greta Garbo and Ingrld
    Btrgman
    Ronald Colman and Sir Lou-
    Olivicr were jointly run-
    --------*r~ *^" " .., j*.wv x^s.a.vs ntll JV^4.S*
    iiuinoriuuve sources stated here. Iners-up to Chai.
    The I'nited Stales delegation to
    the United Nations is understood
    lo have supported Sir Zaffullah
    Khans request, which is under-
    stood to be the result of letters.
    which Zaffullah received in the
    last few days.
    India and Pakistan are at pres-
    ent engaged in a contro\ i
    the future of the Kashmir.
    The Pakistan Koreign Minister
    is living with friends in New Jer-
    sey, and it was understood from
    New York police authorities that
    o 24-hour protection seivuc hi
    been planned on bis movements
    Reuter.
    Biting Winds
    Sweep \.Y. City
    NEW YORK, I
    New York was in the tup of
    lay, wttn
    biting winds sweeping the city.
    From midnight the teniin'ialun'
    dropped to 8.2 degrees,
    eat ever recorded tor Kelnu.ii> i!i>
    Conditions tff*rt -nmlar to that in
    the far North.
    Reuter
    Deudlox'k l.racluil
    LONDON. Feb. 22.
    A Foreign Olll. I
    day -aid that a deadlock had
    bfMn rag*. Bi itisb
    officials and American I
    panics, who have been
    over the sale of dollar oil in the
    sterling area.
    Press reports had iiaied that the
    talks had broken down.
    The spokesman said the mis-
    sions were to continue
    In January 1, this year the llntish
    on tons the iiuanliU i I
    purchased by the sterling area for
    ollars Reuter.
    COME IN
    AND REAP
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    S Alma lloamer 4,1GB tone net.
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    Diicior Faces
    Murder Charge
    MANCHESTER. Feb. 20.
    Dr lln...,iii] N Sander (41).
    a slim, quiet country doctor goes
    on trial on cttarai of murder to-
    ila> in iiick* stuUnfl of a dying
    cancer patient. Dr. Sander. OfM
    time Dartmouth College Ski team
    explain wag accused of killun; Mrs,
    .'W). by injecting
    air into her veins last December
    International attention is focussed
    t, because of i
    filing angleiCP>
    Normal Traffic
    H Kit LIN. Feb. 21.
    Road traffic batwaaa Wtat Ber-
    lin and Western (iermnny was
    running normally this morning,
    ...rted. All
    A-ith scrap and
    metal held up by the Russians on
    tha "iitskirt-, ..f Berlin on Sunday
    and Monday had been released, a
    police spokesman stated.
    Reoi tor
    Gertlat- Defeats
    Elkins Brolhrrs
    BALTIMORE. Feb. 21.
    Argentine heavy weight Abel
    Cestac weathered a duelling last
    round to win a unanimous decls-
    a others of VVush-
    iifc'ton in their ten round bout
    here last night.
    Cestac piled up an aarl
    but almost ran into disaster in the
    tlnal round when the two men
    slugjfed It out toe to toe.
    Renter
    POCKET CARTOON
    hy OSBF'Rr LANCASTER
    *
    ' In fait fh* ottiy ."iinin.i
    iiflctrj hr fhr railing of
    ihr currency hart are ikese
    Mifh a ui.nr btiuiir than
    "mi and a sound SmeiaUu
    ijuiT-irirnl .'
    IMPORTANT
    NOTICE
    A representative of our
    Firm will be Iciivinn tot
    England (in the 28th
    February and will be
    contacting several ol 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-
    ing to take advantage of
    our services on the cus-
    tomary commission basis,
    are asked to send us full
    particulars and pn<
    their properties not later
    than 27th February.
    BARBADOS REAL
    ESTATE AGEMCY
    HASTINGS OTEL.
    PtTrOMOM
    I.I 50 In
    IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION
    iWeat In.iu I R Alcoa Put.".
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    itrvtoa ihal they c__ .
    uih ihe following ahlpa through Dae*
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    ||U, Mr lloiaii.:
    ikl Ward. Pltrtch I-erhTolt. Muriel Der
    iiott. William Treuhall. Eliiabeth Treu- l'ir.l*ll Rl n ll W I A I
    i.lt. Rramald Noble, rdith Johntun. Pot THIN IDA U. Mr. Ana Martin.
    m Peteraon. Undo Waeter Aid. Cnrrnen
    attnOf, Herbert Matter*. Irvine Onlrr, Mirhelerui. H Mr- Mar-
    .'ruia Vearwood. Jo*eph Neator. Maya run Ml nvuOi*0*M Ml
    A. mam. Ralna (iopwani. Khanialltunuiri Det. ;. i*>m. Hamarhtutd Oopwanl. Dr. l.iale SUud Waatell. Mr cordon oagood. Mr
    *a ter. Eric Hego. I. i_uu rruxisaui Mr Janaaa feUptgapav
    Vee. CSMtdo Too Roaiiega Baoampo, RuUi Mr Herrnai
    M...ph*. Stella Ruaaell, Nell Fit! Will lam. T' Mr Andrew
    Me.cede* Planchart. Errol Sleele. Elena Ihurle. Mr .loaa-tih Mi-wc Mr AjRaarinl.
    "total, Man Stewle. Johon Kaht. Carl Me Thorn .
    Rafael lte*i Uan WiIm.". r A Edward Ihirfce. Mr Wllaan JVn
    Springer, (lexrge Howden. (leoroe Durl-
    (aa. Joeeph Satnanne, Joneph SparM*.
    MT, WtrWton McFarlane.
    I i Baa**, \ lemaml II William-,
    t; Mendiile. Alexander
    Edward cnchlo*.. ii..mim Pn
    For be*. Ooonse Pj-le, Hannah i
    Hesdra. Clemnt* Walti
    Hayncs. n>,ui<. HotalT i '
    .titter
    "Sinister Technique
    In Sanders Confession
    LONDON. Feb U
    The British Qoveminnl taiught
    thai the eokxi\
    Edgar Sandeis. Brttllb bu.siness-
    maii seiiti-
    - Mudapest to-day. had
    ini'ii tba raauH "f
    I 1 interrogation under
    pressure."
    "Facts within the knowledge ol
    I'.is Ma)e^l^' i.
    ' non.v was
    composed and lie*
    such as be i id no nat-
    ural motive for uttering m COUti
    an official itatsflnanl b) the For-
    ttgn Oitlce Mtd.Reuter.
    EVACUATION
    KOKMOSA. Fob. :li
    The Chinese National.-4 Da-
    httta Uliustn said to-da
    itelligeiue r. ,
    living within 4n n\lhM
    of the Chinese frontier through
    Changechun, Manchuria, must
    evacuate their homes.
    It was alleged the n
    this was to house Soviet tnoOaV
    Renter.
    ^aManre Wltaon. Mr i
    Mr. Arvhir Isuuglaa, Mk
    Mr. (.Tuu-lee Uakd, Mr. Uere-aford

    Mr k '
    Steady Supplj 01
    Rftnnnufi
    a steady supply of bai

    i.im ..

    awkci
    kch i
    fruit always
    tba crop i
    .cape
    fruits and iranj{i*s have be*
    in-
    i iheu usual
    Thi
    bought in in the

    Individual amount ol cv.oi:!

    about par in tu
    i (on its :ne now
    tilling in senaoiunK>.


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    i .1 (UU>
    The Rrhoouer "Rurmj t
    i I atom-ens loi
    Tniudad. *aillng nm.
    The MrlaMHu-r Pro
    Mark will aceopl Oar*>> nil
    I'ooavnger* (or TrinnUd. wiling
    -riliirday *Sth Fabnuuy
    I I >iim rreid.au rtoary''
    i ui Cargo and Paeaonger*
    Urd PVbruary 1000
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    lOtn. Mcauty Puinl January
    ''ih, Mell
    iirivuut .it Trinidad bowl
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    Chi lod Har.) | ,.,,,
    Cargo eeptod on Triroiigh
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    h tiuiana. MarUado*. VVmo-.i i
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    Cutlery etc. Four Bedroom*. Situateu on the St. Lawrence
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    ( H \Vllll\vfs R. MAB.HHALL
    the West Indies Team announced lo-day. Full nerM.nn.-l mi Page I._________________
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    mixed norm i- invnii \v
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    beat Mis* D. Wood & Dr Manning
    40. 57. I.
    \!n Bancroft and P. Pat.erson
    M beat Miss A. Worme II
    j CukeScratch. 61. 61.
    TO-DAY'S FIXTURES
    MEN'S DO! IU.f.8
    ' D Barries * A F Jcmn.
    II I. Toppin I) F Wotne
    I MIXED in.i Hi i -. HANDICAP
    I Mr. Connell It S. P. Edthill vs.
    I G Foawr It D. Lamming; Mks A
    Lenafan At G. Manning vs. Muw
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    "Pepper Wine" Keturns Best OnSaturday My "Big Three"Remain
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    Does Strong Work
    Bj II.M.kil-
    INESDAV mornn j the track was opened and
    ations beis-in at an early hour. I rushed out thinking I
    -iy Pink nnly to And thoi
    saddler., up and ready to go to the beach.
    : 2! 3 5 Land Mti*
    whrn first saw he i
    but she seems tn ba improvi 'g
    with tvgry K"""}1
    THE third regatta of the 1050
    Yacht Season araV be held o.i
    Saturday.
    Starting times and handicap'
    are as follows:
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    Exclusion
    A Surprise
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    LONDON (By Mail).
    THE BATTLE for the F.A. Cup is reaching iUs cumax.
    Wolverhampton, the holders, Tottenham, the "teaifc of the
    year" and Portsmouth, League Champions, have alt fallen dirappolnlmfnt to Trinidad cricket
    by the wayside. From an original entry of hundred^-, only Iaris than picking Ramadhin. It
    eight teams remain in the competition. ^^J^^lJ^^Z
    Amona them are my'Big Throe', whi.h may keep him out o( critics said the selectora migbt
    Arsenal Derby County and Man- fnotbull for aeveral wwks. His n,(Ve been influenced by the tact
    Chester United, whom I named absence could Up the scales in that Ferguson failed Intne^w1
    in a previou* article in December favour of Liverpool. Neverthe- match here but thought Jus ex-
    It is interesting perhaps bo WUt* ">e home team have no perienee mighV have stood him
    1 that the sixth round draw, in eaay la-^k bafora them. In the pas; in good stead
    which they have avoided each jetter teams than Liverpool have Equal disappointment wa*J"
    ! < -her. gives all three a chance attemptcd-and failed-to bring pressed in selecting Lance Pierre
    J to reach lb* emi-flnal tT the I>eugue Championship and in favour of Trim, un tne wooi*.
    Cup double. One slip could see however, the consensus of opinion
    them fall between two stool* as here is thai' the selectors did ..
    Charlton did in the 1945-4C sen- good job under the CfrtlllWJ
    ;ind hope Ramadhin will not *o<
    " Cable!
    ILrlKwli.t Ad\wat Com^>0nlntj
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, Fab. 22
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    the W.I. team was more of
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    Somehow, I still feel that this
    will be Arsenal/s year. They are
    playing Just the type of football
    that wins cup-ties, and what is
    even more important, they are
    having that little extra bit of
    '.uck which is so ewenUal to avar)
    team that wins the Cup Final
    They havi' l>-en drawn at home
    against Leeds United in the sixth
    round of the competition
    the fourth time running that they
    have been thus fortunate. Fur-
    thermore, it is the third occa-
    sion on which they have drawl
    opponents from a lower dll
    Not that Leeds will be U
    *.o beat. They have lost
    only one of their last
    T me I ml \S?"*e ttTa
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    p m urday with a special ~Z?
    " the programme in ~
    . Handicap, which is .
    rammV* f " meeting nlSj
    sp^^i long race and tha TaaBal
    IBy
    Natal XI Skittle
    Auss'u's For 74
    W.iara II
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    N The folkmmc da*
    naM
    4lh Hefatl* Salurda* III.
    5*h Reaalta Sat-u-dav Ui Man h I1 '(-
    'at 4*lurd> let April ISW
    ."> Reajaila Halurd .v _l1h April 1 US"
    games and have undoubtedly
    Yeiu> struck their best form. If the
    match were to be played at El-
    land Rood, then Arsenal would
    have no easy task. But as the
    to be played before
    their own crowd at Highbury,
    '.hi' Gunners should be at leost
    two goals too strong for th-
    I YorKshiremen.
    The biggest *cert" of the round
    NATAL. Feb. 22. |
    The powerful Australian team
    day skittled out before I
    lunch for 74 runs the low
    their South African tour by
    Natal Country Dsftricta, i
    below provincial strength, on tin-
    opening day of thetr twi
    twelve match ..garded as
    RI.AIII RANNI*
    1 Commonwraith \l
    In Colombo
    toxelhei
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    * '_______________
    1.22;. pushed I
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    -
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    saa I have missed out partiapa Coloiaiaa. Dr Kumaran Rata
    I ntiurrow. they will leave for an exceptionally sound defi
    R amata thai are du-- to ,,Md the aWaflfla of linn
    nil Mounts ; i..v itch against a should be at feast two. if oot
    n XI. three, goals.
    h and I am will play one "test" Problem game is that ljetween
    told lid the distan.e in 1.03 2 and alto meet Manchester United and <
    kenad xi rarxaaaiiUng lndi
    . nd Ceylon.(Heater )
    COLOMBO, Feb. 22
    The Commonwealth Crick.
    team arrived bora this evening
    . ireing enter- -his year,
    i by the Mayor of forwards, who are
    .11 themselves.
    appears to be the Derby Coun-
    ty Everton game. Derby have
    been a great post-war cup-fight -
    ing side and their inside-for-
    wards. Steel gad Morris, are un-
    doubtedly the best club pair In
    the country. Everton tuoportars
    will probably derive comfor
    from the fact that then loan
    knocked-out Tottenham in UM
    previous round of the competi-
    llOB I feel however, that la the A' "
    only consolation they will have
    Beside their Inside-
    match-ii
    Derby have
    Ifaitura This collapse
    again illustrates the W
    i trallan batsmen on a
    turning pitch. Muroney. Miller.
    Loxton. Saggers. Llndwall and
    Walker, laded to score.
    Lindsay Hassett. their captain.
    made 44 of his sides total.
    . Distru-ts s p i ii ne r St
    Keith and Getate were danger-
    ous Keith took 5 for 27, Gelate
    4 for 33.
    The Australian's previous low-
    was 75, made in the
    ininflS of the third Test
    ill Durban.
    'Ugly, and
    at lunch had Odten 3 Country
    - for it runs.
    Countrj I all oui
    gOOn after tea for 81.
    iirst Inning*! lead of aevan runs
    Austin ;
    made 58 for the loss of 0U
    Ickat --Renter.
    FOUR WINDS
    CLUB
    CLOSED
    FEBRUARY 24TH
    TO
    MARCH 1ST
    For that
    touch of
    taste I
    LADIES'


    I.....Lull ul 1.M.P.C
    l.USi. Tt
    he has done over Ihl
    under ars i
    idb I
    say what h
    Riv.

    in Maj
    Elizabeths

    '
    Tii>-'i
    Arthur Psall says:
    THESE SHOTS SHOWED
    LUCK IN SNOOKER
    Stamford Bridge. Tie Test
    !. .ne atta lion
    let) known, hava navai >''ii th.
    T A Cup. They appeared In nV
    lU14-lf> Final but went duwu
    0 to Sheffield Unite., Th.
    || bUS pines .,,.Jiri tlwtyi( they have been
    ' Y M P ii.ronirtatont. They beat New-as-
    bet wet ii th. unitowi J0 in an . In
    i STANDARD RRIDGE
    By M. Harrison-Cray
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    liu cue. A lout, oi couim.
    A lootbal) game I
    is afternoon at the
    minds Baekles Road
    t aim from the BartMdiri r,,^,, of'the'eoinpetiUon in such
    a manner as to suggest that otnor
    teams were wasting their time
    even entering Vw the Cup. Tne'i
    against Chesterfield, whom they
    beat 30 after a replay.
    have taken them far eveii
    Amateur Cup.
    I C.i-Operative Cotton Factory L*
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    The Weather
    TODAY
    Mm Rases: ft IS a.m
    sun Sa|; t..IS pin.
    Mum il'mi Quarter) I h
    mary 24.
    Iishtliu: 1.30 bjii
    II is I. Water; 7.1S mm., 7 4H
    p.m
    VKKTLKRDAY
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    day: l.Ot Ins.
    Omperalurr < Mas I S3.S *V
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    Wind Vrlueily. U miles per
    ThSQ are unpredictable. ,1
    Manrlii-sIiT gtliSCa Hal
    ssUa form then the odd.<
    will !>, on Chelsea Hut any re-
    pptiUun of Uie Cheaterrti Id fora
    and Manchestei will eeiUinl>
    enter the semi-Anal.
    1 ho remaining slxth-roua
    Isaturea one of my two in'st ...r.-
    skiers. Blackpool and tha
    BHI I rlaaslflod in my toptwo
    i-pool It \.:;
    -1 Anticld Road, Liver-
    Ulaekp"iL suff-
    of injuries In Ii i:h-
    round ties with W.ilverhamptOn
    ers and maestro Stnnlev
    Matthews received a leg :i
    sa*"'
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    I
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    ? 11 I
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    Sit M|
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    . o HearU
    (forcing foi one round' aou
    Norm give* lite negative
    response ol 1 o No Idimpa
    HouUi reDidi Three Hearts
    nd all pass Had the open-
    ins bid been One Heait.
    Mmlil probably
    "lea which
    cannot ce defeated, but
    neither of them can risk
    biddiiiB vulnerable at Ihc
    level.
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